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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891050101 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. PrVCWV'' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY, RFIDAY. MAY 1. 1891. NO. 17 HUSTONVILIE. Fashions, Facts and Fancies For the Fair, poor, sinful tnnii," slioiild wish to bo l)0rll nKjn j ,,0 fom, ( , 'To the IMItor Interior Joiiraal.i H jf fi)u Wo were informed that nn English ,,.. i,,,- - na. LoriHVii.i.K. April US. It i Hiiitl tnat w,.rft ,ijH.,t.i1.1i i,,, is 'H'Kotiating a purchase of of Marlborough has Bonie ,,Hl.th nil umlcrBtuiiilitiK. tho Duchess Woman ' Kails with a view to show- - f very excellent ideas on tliu subject i commands respect where oven courtesy LATE ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Al,,,jnea,,H w,,,,t Jol' I,u "girl culture. Shu believe thoroughly in b, denied the man. If the world couI,, '" en in vay of .1 summer wort. believe it ,, :4nTrHU(1 u nw,l!lt() tho sweet tyranny of woman; Ul0 wom(;n v r -- Mrs. C. I. Griggs wassiimmoned by ,, V,CJ , wo1(,er ih her prerogative foreign queen of the Ill011 of her last week to the worhI,amlllioiimc8niMlhunrlHofini.i.wWchw,xwnI,,nM,illho ,,; t ,nr. wire Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous- e mother ut InrltiiKtoii. Iowa. Mrs. fcarah She would only have a Irl know one! ry to rt,tnm t0 itH fomu.r ancy, 01 utrKHvine, ienn.,is nuru mi t m.v..., and publicly thinit therein-ilLOUISVILLE, KY. relatives after an absence of several pendence. Arithmetic, the sciences, the W. R. LOCAN, years. NEWSY NOTES. arts, are all Hiihordinate to tho vast re- A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. . t l..mt .mlitnu tritt a .. r tWm One of the anomalies of natural af,. K. H. Moore paid inuiiTOiiviHumu,Hl..i,uomn for Actor l's finities is to be seen at Mr. C. C. tiifSjiiHt how to no ne.p.css. now io".- - KmtI1,.lt: St. Rernard dot? 1'linlinmon. x in the allectionate compan&. peal and how to bear on the strong right The Times Hays the Courier-Journa- l A. C.SINK. ionship of a oat and rooster. They are J N'.MENEFEE arm of man. To the woman who lights has :$0,000 subscribers to its weekly in JAMES F. RUSSELL. almost inseparable and thu amount of single-hande- d be an TexaH. the struggle must Another Lincoln Man Over Four-Scordaughter, or "Had unequal one -- Of the '.'0,0000 bills introduced dur- caressing at which they are ao often Mr. Itussell was born iu Casey county, she says, "I hhould tench ing the recent session of Congrehs but caught clearly shows that their honey a little sister," Ky., on the 17th day of March, 1811. I moon is still on. her adaptability, and that learned J.ISH became laws. The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. The harrow is more largely in His parents, shortly after his birth, should have no further anxiety for her Theodore Schwartz, of tho "busted" future. Succeed'' My dear, she could Louisville bank, was held to bnil in S 10,- - requisition now than all other farm im- moved near Hustonvillo and he has plements and the universal rush de- lived there up to the present time, (ex- notlall;ltwouiu nu mipiMiimu ,.w. 000 for embezzlement, mands an active branch of the S. P.C. A. iciu in nwyiu county a snori wnne, please-n- ot met. alone please. Let her T)(. ha wlm neii young.) uuis a farmer nntl reto ooc that faithful work animals are not -- but people, and tho race Isheis. Hen re8tw, n cim.Iimnl f()r p,liy1K 0, S Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. aliened. Clouds of dtmt floating over all sides now where he has lived continudraco" is perfectly correct in this state- - Iay wenj ol o)r w,U ?J jiu, the proposed cornfields indicate that an ously for GO yeurs. His parents were ment, but tlearle me! how often does one w s t)n W(,.kll0tt We carry a full stock of everything found in a early shower would bo esteemed a God- Virginians; they came to Kentucky from in I(.r ,H (,(,a(, .,,,. run HcrcMH such 11 girl as she describes , nl (jwei,or0f Hanover county, near Richmond, on the "strong-mindedsend. women. -. wi this ago of ky lMnr,K ,,iH ,ivo ,on nfler The Hustonville democracy met at noted bankfj of James Uiver, in tho year woman jlfm To my mind a strong-mindehxaminc our designs and specifications before letting your contract Six ycarsaftcr hii death, ground has Masonic Hall Saturday afternoon, J. M. 1SI0. His father, Mion after locating in is the most terrible of all terrible creaKentucky, volunteered in the war of for buildiiu SINE & MENEFKE, Stanford, Ky. Jures; and they are equally teiiible to at last been broken in Itiverside Park, Cook, chairman, .lames Frye, secretary; things! x(.w York, for a monument to Gen. instructed solidly for Ktlmlston nml Var-no- IS 12 and remained in actual service 4 men. I'll tell you some of the .John S. Goode, J. G. Weather-ford- , years and died at the age of 71 years. men admire in woman. Men like, in Grant. I,. C. Carpenter, T. I). Smiley. T. The subject of this sketch was married A dispatch from Manchester shows a woman, j the llrst place, amiability in to Miss Letha Carpenter, daughter of They like a pleasant appearance. They that the outlawry of the other mountain J. Kobinson and Jas. Frye were appointHenry Carpenter, on the loth day of like thu doing of little things that are counties seems to have been trnnsferroJ ed delegates. Chairman J. M.Cook was September, 1S:.2. She died Nov. Itfth, - to Clay county. added though entitled to only six dele pleasant to them. They like tho courl.SMi. Their union resulted in 8 children Having Removed My Stock- Stephen H. Klkins, Hon. Smith M. gates. tesy of tho 11 reside. They like women omV ' ow "ving, 2.5 graud-ctiildreThis vicinity has rarely been so of the sun-- 1 Weed and W. J. Arkell say Maine is not whoso lives and faces are full , He never Queens-wareshocked as by the news of Andy Cow-- ! nml ' nhino of a contented mind and cheerful n presidential candidate and will so or curric-t-l a pistol in bis life, un's death. A picture of ruddy healtli, They like an ability totnlx dare himself soon, PIn-vcar(ls n"'1 ,1H8 always been "Old Hutch," Chicago's bin grain al rays the soul of good humor, with a j nt'ver well ami a knowledge of the virtue of si- -, ' l'8 neighbors as an honest, lence. They like a mothurliness large speculator, has mysteriously disappeared modest but cheery greeting for every acg and citizen. He is Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can enough to understand tho wants of the und a good many people hope lie has (piaintance, he was a universal favorite PL-eablof tl' Christian church, sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken and many were utterly speechless when " l!tml-''older as well as the younger I oys. They gone to the bottom of the sea. In polities, while the tn exchange. by the information that ho was tonville, Ky. A tire at Somerset burned out .1. W. speak good rather like a disposition to Wl,, Parl' was " instance, he belonc-goo- d than evil of every human being. They McBeath, clothing, J. F. Darker and two dead. To essay an enumeration of his to it and since the war has been a traits would be a task fora lloswell. like sympathy, which means a willing dwellings. Mr. It. carried a partial in-e- ar "vatlve republican. His weight is He was considered tho best practical fur the Utlu of sorrow or gladness. Isurance, the real is a total loss. farmer, trader nn.l stork raiser in our now -- 00 pounds, is in exceedingly good l, The Louisville Post, which is They liku a knowledge of how to dress "Spring is here, and it's a. hummer of a rosey-pose- y Hml if ani' of V0lir 8Pr' widows thing; which, bye the bye, doesn't me.iu sumably for Clay, says that Drown did end of the county; as it public officer he should becomti ennmore.l by this "pbo- Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Men are most attracted not carry Warren ns reported, but that had proved himself one of the mont lonspieuously. popular and ellicient in the last genera- 10 aim wouiu iiKe to live in tne West by good material, plain draperies and Clay has a majority of tho vote, A tire at Chattanooga burned nfurni-signtion and as neighbor, friend, companion, Knd, please send tit hi a postal. ijtilet colors; not by showy colors or deThe above hketch was furnished by wo-- , Gardening time has come and you will find turo factory, Peak's ware-housThey like a companion a a two-ma- n was without compare. Mr. J. M. Cook, of Hustonville, to whom knowledge of, storv brick building, the K. T. V. it U., who has sullicient Hailey Drye dropped in on his rela- ' we return thanks. the world and its ways to talk with freight depot ami 7o cars, total loss $2.')0,- - lives most unexpectedly Tuesdav lant . . 1I...111 , iu iiiti.nHtid t in their liveh WJ, I CHURCH AFFAIRS. -- The general merchandise houso of ""' r .. . . '. . . . and their hopes; who knows how togivej iwl J,,n ""' K' 1S " ai ll"r,1'K CI1001- Frank nniln I,WX) block of goods He v. 1. II. Kendrick's meeting at a cheering word, or listen unietly and by ayne county, is up were consumed bv tire t .!,.l!!,.n Tim Uiek IJ0I1011. ol i the new Christian church, Middlesboro, n tender look ex picas the griuf which looking over the blue grass farms and ' building was not insured; stock insured resulted in to additions. the heart is feeling. thoroughbred stock, not with a view to for :.1(X). Omaha has completed the requisite They may sometimea say children nre The monument erected at Frankfort buying, he says. Mrs. Dr. L. F. Hull"-A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Whitejand Red and a nuisance, but a man shrinks In memory of Gov. Blackburn will be man, of Lexington, came over with her arrangements to secure the assembly in a bore Onion Sets, lieans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of from a woman who openly tleclan-- her' unveiled May 27. durini; the meetim? of cousin, Bailey Drye. A Mr. McClelland that city in 1892, of the Quadrennial of the Methodist Episcopal Landreth's, FerrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and dislike for them. A man expects the the grand commandery of the Knight of Norfolk, Va., was here last week, Conference maternal instinct in a woman ami isdis- -j of l'ytlnas there. drawn by the fascinations of a West Knd church. Sugar Grove Sunday packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. The school Appointed if be does not Und it. Two young people were killed and belle. Miss Sallie Hhipman, Mr. Win. will be reorganized next Sunday afterThoy liku a wotnau to lie allectionate. IK) others buried in the debris of tho col- Speed and wife, of Somerset, are here. noon at It o'clock. All who are interestThere never was a man yet, no matter lapsed Opera House at Troy, Ala., in Miss Jessie Cooke went to Harrodsburg ed invited to be present to take a part. how stern, no matter how cold, no mat- which they were rehearsing for an ama- this week to see Miss Susie Hardin, who J. G. Livingston. ter how repressive, as far as his own teur performance. is reported dangerously ill. m Imposing memorial services were who did not feelings were concerned, Soyeral candidates called on us be- held at Mozart Music Hall, Richmond, On an ordinary map India doesn't like a loving mpieczu of the hand, or u look as large as the State of Texas, but a fore the primary and were welcomed by Sunday, in honor of the late General Joe tender kiss from the woman nearest to recent census gives it '.'So.OOO.OOO popula- their respective supporters. Capt. Joe Johnson. The large building was packhtm. These are some of tho things men tion, over four times as many as Mr. Hull'man was recently here on a! visit ed and thousands of people were turned MIL like iu women and for want of a better l'orter says we have. Has the largest and and his friends are glad to see him cir- away. name they call it womanliness". m Hev. George W. Bothwell, BrookHumeri Tho Cincinnati express of tho It. As culate so glibly by aid of a Htall', still bis x 1f MOST COMPLETE STOCK The present style of making the street 0. struck a freight train west of Wash- limp will he a constant reminder of last lyn, accidentally swallowed a cork and gowns to drag the earth is perfectly ington and four trainmen were is dying at one of tho hospitals. It fall and fractured killed. winter's ankle. OF abominable to neat women. It is im- Tho wreck caught tire anil the western George Stone passed througn town last lodged in his throat and tho operation possible to keep them free from dust and mail was partially burned. week on his way to Knoxville, Tenn., of tracheotomy was unsuccessfully perfc1 . mud, so thoy sweep along after the woThe Ashland block, in Chicago, which city he proposes making his fu formed. What could a preacher have : ever shown in Stanford at prices man, who iB insane enough to wear built by Gov. Huckner at a cost of Ju'OO.-00- 0 ture home, l.ioertv nas lost a been doing with a cork in his mouth? lawver as low as the lowest. fringe-leng- th deep in mudthem, half a Tho aiiniiat meeting of the Christian and sold to A. J. Alexander for JooO,-00- she'll find it ditlicult to replace and coal dust and trash of every dy water, is to bo razed and a In the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Knoxville gains an addition to herbar of churches in Lincoln county, will bo held .,,, 0''rlnl '''-- , ,,, sfrrz:yj ii THE WIIL1LAM D Rates $2.50 Per Hay. m THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. ,.., , v ini"' 1 j .... Manager. A'an-Arsdel- la e. Stanford Lumber Yard, SASH, FLOORING, LATH, OOORS, CEILING, SHINGLES, BLINDS, SIDING, LUMBER, j ,,t ,,.,. WOVE1T WIRE A1TD SLAT FENCE. " FIRST Cr..SLSS DUMBER TTARD. n. REMOVED. -- I 1 .. ..... n j wl e Groceries, Soots, Shoes, No- tions, Etc., law-abidin- " Hub-startle- d ' IB. IF. :rottt. pre-wel- ' h -- j s. .!.. .- At A. A. WARREN'S 3IODEL GROCERY" j , s The Old Reliable Jeweler hhl in the Lead. iff Jf. MA. 2&iffs$LF m 'Vij, R. Penny 0, UWSS52?S AJC2X&JLJrjKMmj )G&.rs viKlrv Watches and Jewelry 00 description. Shoulder knots grow higher and full, er, Homo of them resembling camel humps more than anything else. What a pity H '8 that a new fashion cannot bo introduced without being enlarged and Improved (,?) upon until it becomes ridiculous! Tho most adorable things this season are the parasols; they are made of every conceivable color and material. What could be lovelier than a pretty very pretty, mind you girl dressed in a white China silk, one of tho charming little scarlet hats and her face shaded by the rosy glow of a scarlet parasol? This, proyided the girl is young. What a world this is for change, humanity not alone, but everything connected with humanity. One even tires of one's acquaintances and desires new friends. There are, however, some people in this wotld of ours who never pall upon or grow tiresome, no matter how often one sees them, nor bow intimate the association may bo. There is about them that air of perpetual charm and variety that makes them delightful companions. They are sure to bo good tempered. There is never any fear of finding them in a pot, nor a prey to any wholly unreasonable and Deliver us from the man woman whoso disposition varies with or every stroke of the clock! One of tho very best things in this variable world is a noble man. It is not tho best things that is tho things wo call best that make men; it is not tho pleasant things; it is not tho calm experiences of life; it is life's rugged experiences, its its trials. A successful man invariably bears on his brow the marks of the struggles ho has hail to unuergo. "Why any woman, "God's best gift to unex-plalnabi- tern-pest- s, pile reared in its stead. The Louisiana lottery won tho suit to compel the secretary of that State to submit the lottery amendments to a vote as provided by tho general assembly, and tho company will see to it that they are adopted. Mra. Katon, of Clevers, ()., 6ister of President Harrison, who was thrown out of a buggy while returning from church Sunday and badly hurt, is recovering so tho president's plans will not bo changed. Negroes are Hocking from Oklahoma destitute and starving, and are appealing for aid to get back to their old homes in tho Southern States, whence they were enticed by lying republican immigration agents. Mihs Lena Tollo is suing Thomas Cooper in tho Maysville circuit court for $10,000 for charging thnt sho had been criminally intimate with a man named Bramble, thereby causing her betrothed to abandon her. There is a sensation at Knoxville, Tenn., over the suicide of M. K. Meri-.leta young man prominent in business and church circles, who was to have been married to the daughter Wednesday. Tho Simpson County Farmers' Alliance resolved not to support tho now constitution, believing that, if adopted, it will bo n never-endiharvest for lawyers and consequently against the interests of the public. Mrs. Catherine Sharp, of Philadelphia, is now in her 111th year and has a daughter 7lt years of ago. The old lady is in good health aird expects to live several years yet She attributes her longevity to the fact that sho is never "worried about anything." h, post-master- 's Mrs. which she may justly boast. Bradley is again at bomeaftera prolonged visit to her daughter, Mrs. Julia Wright, in Alabama BEHIND THE SCENES. ng "A Family Skeleton" is the name of a new fnrce comedy which will bo seou on tho road next season. "Tho Doctor" is tho title of a new farco comedy, by Charles Townseml, which will bo produced at an early day. Mine. Maternn has been having a grand ovation in Paris, where sho- - has been singing tho music of Mendelssohn and Wagner. Eukcho Oudin and his wife, Louiso Parker, will apiiear together in soino of tho prominent drawing rooms at London this season. Miss Louim3 Allen, who mado a hit with her kangaroo dance in "Dr. Bill," has been engaged to play with the "Hoss and Hoss" company next heasou. Miss Olive Gates, who graduated from the New York Lyceum School of Acting last season, has been engaged as leading lady of tho new stock company at tho South Street theater in Philadelphia. Wiltou Lackaye, tho hero in "The Power of tho Press," has been criticised for wearing his mustaclio in the scene iu Sing Sing prison. Mr. Lackaye, however, is correct, as nil well behaved prisoners serving their first term aro allowed 0110 month before discharge to let their hair and beard grow. An investigation of tbeOth National Bank of New York byan examinershows that the president, Hill, who had just tiled, was a defaulter to the amount of 100,000, but ita aflairs are pronounced in good shapo and the bank perfectly solvent. at the McCormack church Saturday, May Dth. An interesting programme is being arranged and dinner will be prepared by tho ladies of tho church. All the churches of the county are urged to be represented and to send liberal offerings for the support of the county mis sion work. Owing to the fact that the stated meeting of the Masons occurs next Monday evening, Bishop Dudley will only preach at Odd Fellows Hall in the afternoon. Tho evening service will be at or some other place to the be announced at the first meeting. The people will miss a great deal if they fail to attend these services for tho bishop is a learned and eloquent preacher. The meeting atHowland, conducted by Hev. Ben Helm, assisted by Hev. J. II. Hopper, has practically closed, tho' Mr. Helm will preach tonight and Sun"Bro. Joe," v ho led the day night. singing, left for homo yesterday, after rendering uoblo assistance in the causo. Some (i0 persoiiB were either reclaimed or led to Christ, nnd last night Hev. E. M. Green assisted Mr. Helm in organiz ing a church with -- S members. Taluiage'8 new tabernrcle, which was dedicated in three imposing ceremonies Sunday. Is L'OO feet long by IIS wide and is Romanesque in its style of architecture. It is built of brick and stone. The interior of tho church has two galleries and will seat 0,500 people. The big organ, which cost 10,000, is directly back of the preacher's platform. LTp to date the total cost, of the church is $410,-00and it will require 10,000 more to complete it. A call for subscriptions to raise the mechanics' lien of $50,000 was promptly responded to and raised at the morning and night service. There still remains a debt of 5200,000 on the church. court-house who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solicA. R. PENNY. ited and I guarantee-satisfaction- . STRAW HATS. , An Elegant Line Just Opened, NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK. 0 Stagg & McRobertse V I Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal k. o. walton, bus. Lineoln Manager JR, Nut-woooc Stoek Fapm, THEV lillKKD ON. tfoi. I SEASON AT 1891. 33raoz9 Willxos. STANDARD. Ily Peloskey site of King Toskr y, record J 15, Mary Lou 2 ig'.ilsni Ella lane dun of Maud Mes senger 2 ib4. Mieeu Willies will in.ke tho season of iqi at my plate 2 miles ftom Stanford on the Riuh llraiii.li pike, The Imported Young JacV, McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. "MAPLES," TwomlleVfrom Lancaster on tbo Stanford pike WTLBY. W.llmaVethceanof,,.,, John Loyd rhurmon place, near Shelby Cily, . . Hands ( ,fe oJ ERRICSSON, By Erricsson THEY 1IRKED ON BELMONT CHIEF 8689. Tri.iti:i Arthur Sims 3041. $20 to Insure. Second couiin to Maud S., Jay Eye See and (son 130 Sired by Sultan 1313, Record 2 24. First dam Nettie Kinkead by Contractor 1084 Sire of Stambou! a it, Ituly 2 19)4. Alcaier 2 io1 sire of Dr West 2 17. Contractor was tired by Ajax, lull brother to Orange Girl 2 20, by Hamble-toni- Sweetheart a 22 and 25 in 2,30 list and grandtire 10. Con tractor's dam Lady Godhev by of Sin 2 30 list. Green's Hamblettnlan 158, full brother to VolunFirst dam Lady Dunton by George Wilkes $19, Hy Metropolitan. Welch First record a 22, sire Harry Wilkes a 13H, Guy Wilkes s reof Prince Imperial dam bv William teer and Sentinel, Ajax sired 7 in 2 30 list. 21)2, Jeremiah tai,ic, a ijVi, W.lson 2 i6,4, So So 2 i7f and 69 in 4 30 list nl dam a thorough bred.2 Second dam Josie, record 2 o$, by Night Hawk Second dam full sister to D. Monroe 2 aS)f , by 514, sire of RedCross s j6), Minnie Warren 2 27t to Jim Monroe 835, sire of Ladv Monroe 2 i64, Kitty and the dams of Ed Annan 2 164, Sentry 2 23, Al- Small Sum of $12.50, Hates 2 to. Monroe Chief 2'i8Vs and 11 in 2 10 list. frctta a i6f Tccumeh 2 2S ,Vc i T. A. KLKIN, Lancaster. (Uncqualed in hlstorv ut my stable aj-- j miles from Jim Monroe by Alexanders Abdullah 15. Third dam bv Vermont Hero 141 sire of Lady llustonville, on the llustonville .V Liberty turnM 2 30 and Gen Knox, sire of Lady Maud 2 iStf pike road. Will also sund my Third dam by D avail's Mambrino, son of Whip. Calmors 2 19K and 17 in 2 30 list. Private stallion. an Sec and Nutwcod. Erricsson, Jr , ii a solid black, 16 hands high and every Inch a horse. His colts are of good sire, tyle and color.aro suitable for the farm, track and Kastern market, and belnir of unusually good depositions, can not be excelled for tamlly horses. Give him atrial and be convinced. He stands for lit) and the of Old Pilot, sire of Pilot, Jr., (nina sire of the dams of Maud S., Jay IJ)e 6 In 3 30 list 1st dam by Registered as Hob Link. Sired by the Rre.it Helmont (V., sire of Nutwood! s iSJf, Fred Arthur a u'i.WedRewood a 19 and 361 in a 30 list and sire of 25 daughters the dams of 31 in 2 30 list. 30 SUMAC. Standard Rule 6. until money Ily Genrrul Knox, sire of 18 in the a 30 list, 3 In lien on colt CHARLES isnid 8 DUNN, Staniord, Ky. 120 list. First dum by RourNin Chief, sire ul'iix from 2 iSH to 2 25; 2d dam a thoroughbred At $20 to Insure a Living Colt, At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. A Money dun as soon as (he fact is ascertained. , and a ...Tl.l. '" -. ' JacV perfrii. Saddle Stallions. 2. of fine style 111 head and ears aro He must be veon t be uunr.. ,m..i GKOKGK It KNgi KMAN, s,,u"') n ky "" I.- -l " ' . 5 hi,.i, U a bl Wyandotte 5526, $20 Insure. Wallace Denmark, Lcxcll, Tom Robinson. The Fanvy Saddle Stullion, The Prmiiiiii Saddle Stullion, LORD CLIFTON, (Shown last teuton 8 times as a tsok 7 premium, and citihcate Will make the teitv.n ol at mv iiUse from Stanford m the Danville pike, 1 f The Wallace Denmark, n, and HELMONT CHIEF is a rich bay in color, was foaled in iS3j; he stands full 16 hands high and is strictly a fine hore, smooth turned tf extra mucular development, showing great pow er. lie has in form, ol the At TEN DOLLARS to insure a mare in foal. an excellent set of legs, tlat, clean and hard in finish;high individual meritoldestthis stallion coming finbreeding. His is fully up to and in keeping with his are ish and action colts His colts speak well for him. owned, by E. W. Cribbs, Decani i, and also show great natural speed lie had a Persons breeding to either nnd then trading or brptoing the mare elsewhere, renders money due. Mich., that went trials better than 2 30 last ear I will puySsooto the breeder of the first 230 performer ol his get ince he has been owned by me K. S POWELL, HELMONT CHIEF will make the season of 1891 at my place near McKinncy at llustonville, Ky. 12 3- T"oung' Jaols Geo. Dictator 3862. C550 to Insure or $30 tho Season, with Return Privilege. gr-s- Is a rich Mahogany bay, 154 hands high, be.tv y mane and tail; Is stiutiy line and lancr; is both a nut'iral and liuuut saddler, breeds faney and when quieily driven in harness goes like a tn'lter He it high tail t) le un Imth si let to the thud is tNicked by thoroughbreds on IhiiIi sides, making him very active and siirishtly tn gait; in form .1111) filiuli a iittlrtt model lie w.it tired hy This trotting and combined stallion will make Sumpter Denmark, be by tild.ird Dtntnurk, he ot iijt at my stable at Milledgeville .V Cromwell's Denmark, he bv, the rate by Gomes theeann Deviriptiuii ami IVdigrtv -- Waterloo is a blark, Itoisc Dcnmaik lie Is Imp llcdgefurd. Hi first 17 hands high, weighs i, .00 pound, macmtiu'iit J.1111 w.i sired by Sir WalUrt. he by i'odhunter s stvlenud at. lion and is n sure foul getter, his Sir VmlU.e, he bv Sir Albert, thiroiighbrrl ; ssl eoinbiiiiiig spnsl and s saildlii quali-ti- d im by Yirgitiiu. dsm of A'irgiHiii by Iratiby, lie has record of 2 32 thormighl red he by the celebrated Masons Heisby Riclielu-ii- , he by Mambrino Chief; he Whipp; j.1 iljin u U'nipp mnre. by Mambrino Paymaster, he by Mambrino, 1k by ift tciui or bred WATERLOO. first-clus- At $15 to Insure a Maro in Foal, Moflcy due when the mare it 1. a beauiilH red torrvl, with a mJH". "" ,'."1'. '5' ,",R,,'' rtHl"' I" SM un J iierfeet vuldle horse Ihote vtbovjunti.. bretil to a gKd laddie sUl-l- l are crdMlly invited to look at my horse and see IiIm move. He vvnt sliest by Secd lew el. he by Cunnitg lutw's i. l.vol.l U'.k,,,, 11... t ".........,.., Ilia r.... dum Fai.me by u mii of Gill's Vermont, si tluiH bv Old MsMte, thoioulibte.I. !'- - 'Maisttxl on coll till truMm ures grun.) at reunmablr rule., but in t r (sjewtWe tor made ntt.sliiml.l 4ny im nr l A. LACKF.Y, Stutiford Uril Clifton loaitothtr hor trted with f. . w Jel. Imp Mares kept on good s ut 2 per month ; owners' risk. m I ,l f t'U Sun of W " e Denmark alive, isii'mii by Mi' dit.i ' $1C to .Cussiro r. Livin.? ller's Den ik, hisdsi l'rM' by Old Dietili h. 'Itsw r . . !.. C heavy mune and is a fine h .p. i uh ! nniii.n e.l P., ,. 's a ri uf . .. u! re . 1,'i.t tail, i;'4 u'uli nd U. dsrk In. s.,, nh s,l .r uis.1 ,, .id marc ! proven lunt.rlf i.m" l.rtei'.r ., , isil I (.! ,,) l.i(h, 4 ilJIlJt li ,,'! . The l vt tti n 'f llji t rnwasuSKiiiig in prarancc and sjiiisn.truiO In my farm i', in i Ir.m llu.tAtivillr, Hiar Luiiiu Istriii. SH111I.1 Kin. I aclefthr Aiint).r.,.r i ter stafi , ,. r. I uill h. .n'.eJ 10 serve mare Hstdml., M.r . Fasr, t dam by llamtt by the insurance, I IU.h.rk II. rrlt' Denmark . Mm Fa! s . ,..,1 byduibf F.aile .Star Hag lllar $15, and Loxell S"-- u' by (.atrar I II. mlit Denmark was by Waihmgt Standard Rule 6. And Tom nt$0. DenmarV.ituMi by lltshofi't Hamtslrtunian. Aar Slock comnitttd to my cure and breling will nt Dteniark was Ly.lilUr's Dtnmaik Itlack lallion. 16k hands high, foaled in Grass furntslied at bred by A Goldimitli, Orange county New oil. receive my personal attention Cfsntidrrinr ! fine tue. ctsor, styl and action reasonable rules, lit I paid lor beture removal al tocether with hit miMt escellctil breeding. Sired by Castrlur tiAt c First dam Wobutil Maid, by Wnburnjat, (the stock No rcti oitslbllllr for mcfilrntsur mMi think c have (dared his sertirei btw. dam of Carver i;j?',) ad dum by u Mambrino Partlns; with 'luck or removal from neighborhood Care taVemo prevent acctdtnlt but no retpot forfeits Insurance ami ntakm Msn due sibiltty thould uuy oc.ur horse; sddam by Muiiibrino Messenger. Castilar 102, by Vnlunteer sire of St Julien J SIKKI K CARPKNTIik. liJi, etc ; ut dam Miss Notline by Hammond, AI.O at the tame lime and plafe we mil tiarj son of Poller's Clav ; d dam Wells' Star, dam of the tine imiMirtcd jack, Artillery 7 i'M and Modesty 2 sb. by American Mar 14; 3d dum by llcrtruad. Woburn 14, dy Hambletonian 10; 1st dam Miss Coolcy, by I clrgruph jot ; ad dam the dam ut Gcu Cooley, by Friday. He is a bla k. nearly 15 bands Mth, of fine I F.d Ilatknvv will stand at my (table 3I4 miles v. ill serve This handsome young statlion will be permitted murrt from Stanford on the new White Ouk and Dis te serve a few mares River turnpike, near Duddcrar's Mill, to a Living Colt. At to Living Colt.1 A lien will He retained on rolls fur sea-oAt $10 to a 6 Colt R II A I P U OODS He is a buy, 5( hands high, 1 years eld and it I'd. col's that have come this tpnag a ttpiral saddler tic is hy Hun Mux, Chief, No are good ones and bid fair to make valuable ani- 11110, by Messenger Chief lltitchmm Chief's ( iimliincl S4:Ikhi M'KF.D mals. first dam h- Sentinel, d dam bv Aksandtr t AbTs I t dalkih, 3d dam by Ked Jacket Nfessencer Chief dum hy '1 mbrtno Mewrn-ge- t. by Abdallah Pilot. I will a1i stand at the same time and place id dum ')' Mambrinu C hie., id dam by Imp my young jack. Nupsileoii Denmark ChiePt nt dim wu sired by Sampler Will make the kisim . I 1I91 t ' Travelers Rs Denmark he bv limldard'a lienmark, be ! l'rm ' Near Shelby Citi , Ky , At SS a living coll Joels a red jack, i t.aiiieo ,V Cruiiivsetl't Denmark., be by the rare veartuld Octnbrf, full ,5 hands high, of fine burse Denmark, be by Imp HeWetard. Hit d I I ia.e," id dam by Ked Lion style and action; bred by the late I'oyton Lmbrce, dam at $15 to On a Living Colt. of Lincoln unnit, and has a double cross nt Jim l'oitir. For information as to his breeding, cull He is blood bav. sioh.1. kll, l.r, s.,.,i I wilt als stsnd at Mine place my fine mule jack on Wm (.(sex li, of Lincoln, or J. P. I'.mbree, of foot -- hit. Imivi im nHd tail. Madiscn. Mred by Saddle, nod Money due on all seasons when the colt note First earn by fsw.th s Ity Hiibble's PriiKe, the sire ol lirijcisoli and Joe rd 10,, d dam by Almont. sirr of Kane II w or mare traded ofl a Living Colt. S20 to WrllmgMHi S M SPOONAMORF. C. lllackburn, grand saddle fsuric. was hr NNildwood; istdum b Star Denmark, the w Danville, Hoylc County, Ky. E. P Dollars to itf 100 premiums. o.m by sn import.! d a sUllUss; jdslasH bv Mares parted with forfeits the insurance lUmbtetosviati U ildssmsd vssa by lllackwssdd 7 11 J rar 'd L D f. VKNICR, Eay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1883. sireof HUclwoml. Jr. jaA,; is( ,Um Kate Me Oral liua.nl, K. 13 Sired by KING CESAR. by Metscii(r Jr; sd dam by Dssv t m 1. Hccord 30. sHt, Jr.; id dam by Ilrun.wick, son of Sumpirr. (Ily Hogan's Administrator.' . ll -. . .. . STAN DA III). .., IL..L.I M'mnniHHjn smiths A ,...- A u. I.m. ,... ll. - S.I. First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. ssicnt hy AlmoMt u. ue ol iVr.is.nni . , Ilrawn horse, it hands fsa'od May, 1II5 - .. Second dam by Sir Robin Kannv itBrpoon i6';,.c T4 j,y SIHED HY RIKNZI. Third dam by Giltner Urown's Highlander. Norman 21. wre 01 i.iim t i4. May (Jueen j c. Standard No i 1. Full brother to King Rene J 3V. King by Hogan's Administrator 'sire of Ke. Dam by Mamlmiso Chrl Major Landers 2 271 son of Administrator 357 First dam dam of Pence t fil, by Alms-ti- t to be Isih(Ioh Denmark This nuett roadster stallion is an inbred Gold-du- baihlswartt and ssmssI ssrlaimrd Isorsrs one of ihn Forrest i.TftYi, son of Alinont 2 (sire of Catchily 2 iSJf, McMahon 2 2t ami 6 others beantiful 111 I'a!c! 111 Apri , itvV. is a Lay. full 1. In si ,ls is.;kr He is l.shioswMy .r,d , Mrtdle and Ken in 2 30); dam by American Clay 34 ure of Gran-- I Secussd d.im by (larrard Chief', sire of llasit trot speciiy ami unesselleu In style, actios, fintsli ,im imilsnt. is a itraHd snddte horse, a ville 2 26, Maggie Ilriggs 2 27. etc 2d dam kdam Duke 2 of Wilcox 2 16'J and Uald Wilkes 230) by Red IrcKler abd eves the vans namrillv fie?atrd Third dum by firey F.agle Doner's sire of td UlSlKmiiitiii It. I,., brntrirr to Itstel e, trial a itlj. Cor ntie, j. sIivwh a J so lT,tl both raikinr ami trntliNff.witlf Hawk; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief 11. ABDAL.I4A.H MAMBRINO 3715 sire of Geneva S. a intf. Kettle Jones a 19K. Mattie H. dam of Lady Davis 1 31 f trl I 2 18 and Montrose, the speeity aiid ssut any lepssitioii He emanntsfrs4M the bih-e- t rgun will stand Fourth dam by Copperbcttom, sire of dam of year-ol- d 1 so'i. ajv. Sotoa --I4M.,.ntie l 1 norntoti. j 2 1ij and r.iy- - 0.1 a aiV.. llettie Jlc. a ao. . . . ',-- Uuiuine . S ....'. J" Kel er . a .." tiicmium colt td U airei! by .iltaadi (.ulsldust Iia.il Duke a V, rUsstsf ssmMI and premiuii borssss In teiepnoiic 1 23,, duins ot Charleston a 27, l,atly liay a 27V,, vviikteinnnt a , vvawona a ub Moijaii, 44'w (by (ioldilust on his sire's RlKNt was sirisl bv Helmont. d.im HUndina At $10 to Nu a 35 and others with records lower than 2 30 Hy ALMONi 33. iv by Vermont Johnston, tsisky of the Iwsi side and at dam rrprc Km ents 'ewtesj 10 Mauil S, jog- ami some (dam ot 1 30 or belter, Abdal-trotting families the whok--i IjECTORER 10582, brother to Aimoor a 3&t. , aired by KLF.CTIONEER. Sire o! Sunol 3 lan mot, 3 t.et rtvsith2;in and Kiln, Kene the t u s'allionthan any other stalbun,fast lirst 5 ear old c.sMHlrv This csfsl,iisaiwii produces in best lira- ter than 2 30 "'ft to trot In publi.- - as llit I also have rsorvat 2 Adair 2 175,, lien iioy j ic,y,, 2 10U. Palo Alto 2 ti'i, Munanita hi 2 ro, Anteeo 2 ib)-;sire of .is a misis Antes olo 2 19 and 33 more 3 30 performers. ISay horse, 16 hands high, fouled 1S86. 1st dam Mamie ui'li is in j to IIt of by Mambriro Chief; ,d Jam uigaresie, uam 01 jsosannu ss iikes at, tastes, nimu me newin is. wuiM isd those which IOUS lite ilunhmare (dam Itowlind 2 and Donald price, in all eastern markrts Any "" U,, tne (turn 01 aztnoor 2 24"., se win n 111 see nim to Pilot. Kienji is full brother cf toare of the W Ikes family, remrd' 1 MM Wbirl-- w 227 by Dross apprrcialv his utest- 2 27 ,, Kvlelle in1,1 ntss iud, j , Fannie (lelddust, 2 SILVER CHIMES 0818, brother to Silverone 2 icr'4 Sired by ALCVONK 732, recordF.reue Ki.ig Rene 2 Mist j aotsj sire of Fugue a 19 Dam 1 irencr, dam of It.telle 2 J1,, by Gulden i Siro of Alcryon a 15)4', lona 2 i7'j, Golden Uod 2 19. allverone 2 17!.. Quartermaster Two ol which tre noted as the best jennet jacks, Prince hdward 2 Sarcenet 2 aj.vsj tid 11 oth .Mmiiii Chief, sin of liafl's Comet Morgan. and ill serve jenuets, at f 25 for a jack colt and 2 24H. etc., etc, Hay horse. 16 hand high, foaled 85. lstdiiu Silverlock ;dam of Silverone 2 io.J J ers in 2 30 list I sriJI Over v uf the 2 v perfnrmers base a strong vUud my splendid vouctfjai k, $15 tor a jennet and will serve mares Almont I orrcit 2 yf't, sired by Alinont 2 v1, HAVELOK 513, by PRINCEI'Ss,fi,s.reot 24m 230 list. Uy Woodford Mambrino 2 11V4. Hays mfusHii of t.otddust and MorgaH b csd. KlTie Deans 2 i$ by horie, I5,'2 hands high, foaled 183, Dam Lottie, record 2 38 lullsister to sire of 37 with records of 2 30 or betlcr anJ , Dursry (.olddust lll make the pntent season to Living Colt. ol Dexter 2 17, Nettie 2 18. Sireofti 230 trotters and the dams of 72 sires witn 111 trotters with reeordsof 1 jou- Hartbletonian 10 sire hi daughters have jS with recnrd.of 2 311 at my plai e v, nu e from bianfuril on the liu.- -' Grandsire of Maud S. a oS'1,., lay Kye See 2 10, St. Julien 2 u'i", Maxey Cobb 213, Harry Wilkes The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will 2 or better Hrstdamhy Kdvsin Forre.t with two tonviiie pue. j I '3'4. Goldsmith Maid 3 14, Clingstone 2 14 and about 900 others in 2 30 list. serve mares osjr years old. UlaLk with white pmnts, hand 1 30 list ami sire of the dams of 11 in 2 30 Int. arsd a")'in .lane'.T " at Jio to insure a ; HSsjIi QUININE S. 11048, record 3 arjJi and sister to Geneva S 2 10V4 and Matlie II. 3 year old in Garrard Chief sired Mambrino Cruel; ist dam At mi a to Colt. .. ... . s .i 1.1, Ily AHDALI.AII MAMIIIMM) 3715. Dolly 3 24'2, 3 in 2 30, putting his dam in the great brood mare list vt ssnen mare ts parte-- 1 $10 to Dixie by Frank; id dam by Ar.ltus; id dam with. 24J4 and Quinine S. istdum Ella Hopkins, d.imof 3 in 2 30 list, Geneva S 2lgli, Mattie II. 3 year-jlby Itambletoiiian; 4th dam hy DhiiiicsI Garrard Mnareskept on reasonable terms. Personal at These animals will stand at my stables on the 3Pi)xa, by Octoroon, sire ol dam of Wm, Sitierly a 16J.J and Sir Knight 2 23',. l.iulngtn Denmaik s tre svill he due when lt Chief sired llnsil Duke 2 at',, Mambrino Hippy tention .ven but notietponsible fur so tdcuU. is luaieil or man Somerset pike 2 miles south of Stanford. neit ss.tli. M.resk Lt at . Keu 1, rook 1 !'... .Macule 1. ee 2 37 anil I er month I ossneiV si. su a M.S. I1AUGIIMAN, Stanford in. ssc Nobby, sire of Nobb,Jr, aiV'i.nnd also sired tSSMI Ot Ml) sloci. At s line time and place, will in ike the srasi Our Fine Premium Stallion, s tne uam ol .Mistake jjq'ana iron ruarre, I with one bf Levi Hnbble's best bred sounj jacks, Miclb) tity, Ky old record 3 14K, Ed t '.ambrel 4 1;1-- , Helmont sired by Alexander's Abdallah 2 42' ist dam llrlle dam of McCurdy's llamlleiiioi.ill j a'jsj by Matnhrinn Chief, ad dam llclle I otip hy Itillfounder. Helmont nf 35 Ileisblark with whit isoiots, narlv 15 hamls Will maVe the sr&iofi of iSqi at our Liver Stable list, bis daughters have is the sire 11 in j in the 2 yo ttrodiii ed lis list and high, line length, bone and body, In Lonuot:. 3 years old. years old. 16 hands King Hoy is a dark bay, tsi of ln Mills have sir.if lal with recants nf 1 ml Stslldard Rule t. sired hy J e lllackbiiru. Fust dam Dnliy Wilis an elegant combined horse. hish and a Colt. or better. $10 liams by koyal Mammoth; ad Uam ltsse htohrv. He horse, he by Dr lor By Longfellow, dam Slipper by Herr'swas aired 4yKing, tun s by Steamboat ownSired by W.ilslncbam 21(6 (tire nf f..iit.i.L Almont 194 (, sired by Alexander's Abdallah by Sl.incwall Jackssm, he by John Isauhnn''s dam Mambrino Kandal! i a beautiful bay, 16S bands liij.--h and 241; rot dam stillic Vmlers.ii! by Mambrino Cruel; tack, bis dam In Jim Porter, id dim l.ilen ltlthe ord.lQli ed by Chedwell, of Virginia. Planet, by 2 yt' j sired 17 liaiiibal, he h dam lr is wiiin iniri my .sirsssri rtr n of The dam was raised by Stephen Sairpson, first foaled in HS.. Zelka by Hiawatha, he by Imp. Al ad dam Kate of 2 Pilef, Jr. Almont his daughters a tine bla k jennet ild by t.oini.rinis"; 4thMad-so- n HarMtdeH'iiKM ..adsli.ol FUihcIlslvse ((, with records His ist dam 30 or better nnd Dr. Iltliuet, of j ,0 s cf dam by Frank Wolford; 2d dam by original .Jim . NarlaiHe. vearliiiK- 2,.11U): xl ilam . lu county, to Levi Hubble, blon; adiluni by Mambrino Messenger id dam by nave 28 in a yi or better; 40 ot lit sons have sliest ' $20 to r Hell; 3d dam by original Denmark, who rail 16 ... . sired by YnuuK i ?o list. i.ihiss iiuwcii, 11., 11) riamtiUionuiH le, me ti f consecutive miles in a race at New Orleans ;'4th Downing s .Mesreiiiter tih dam s by Young's Jeff- hi in Keutusky Kdwin Forrest dam Hay Hunter, ist by Hunt Commodore. by Watkin s Ussier 2 17X 3H ""J Jssssie Sajrr by Harry C lay dam by Sir Klintt; 5th dam by Gray Lagle.oth erson, p.itr; slh sla--Messenger Colt. $10 for a Highlander. Hdin Porrest is the sireof Hilly. 4 5, sirs, of the il.ns Chief, Jr., by He was sired by ,HU" dam by llujiaro. ,.L' " 4u.l mu.. .L... fSMTST UrOUMCetl I I'odino HosLmi i i0yi ami ChaiHnen ".-,- . 3,(11 ami bis Cluef, sire nf Maud Mciiii;ur 1 16k,; SR.MS S.. 'If rA Will make the season of 1801 at mv farm the I ten Mill ff J- -i le iv a iffi! on rolt f m mnti dauk-htehave produced Hitiajo list and Ins letss; mw sua 01 lis,. am ol Kleclioseur, s re rf so dam Jennie F.I1110 2 30; ad dani by M.uibrliio old Wm. Hall place, 5 miles from Stanford, 8 KM D, istufnl r; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief, 4th dam by saiis have proslucod 5 with records of a jo or bet solist: Hh dam y Likeilv.son of Ian e ih ti ter. Alexander's Abdadah 2 42 sirtd by lt)sd k s 1. 4siiMf iuitfi isriipoe hip Napoleon vt uiMnnnam an-By Monarchist, Living- Colt. MesscnicerChief was sired by Abdillah Pilot', 1st lUmbletuiuan ; dam Katie Darling. Alexander's sire nf Nabulh, Is our ol tbo to Abdallah 2 4a is the sire of 6 in trie 2 ,30 twit, his yoHiirM suns of Gecri. Wilkes $19, record dam by Mambuno Messenser; 2d dam hy Mamdaughters have produced 7 with records ol i ;o brinu Chief, ,Vr He sired Maud Messenger 1 I will stand my fine youne At Dam Imp. Bon Bon, by Macaroni, Jack,the smae place '.' Vlike U llk.s . u".. U it. os Itohert or better and his son have sired in6 with records Marvel 2 8. Mani.ing 2 iS,nJi, . ,1 ... ....I S UllUL 3lm ,. ,..., ,,. 1,,, 11 of 2 3uor better. MaiubtieoChiel siresl by Mmn- lira. II , record 2 35. trial 2 114, and other fast ones lOOruUJ I H,h mm llltst ..... daughters. dam the dam of Goliath 1 3; Abdallah Pilot was sired bv Alexander's Abdal bnno Paymaster; $15 .Noie:-Nab- oth 1 bis tborou'ibml will mke tle Mvm of R,i is a bav rrnrs, ,(i hands lih; ist dam by lllanduia by Mambrino Chiel. He Mambrino ( hief has g in 230 list and his datixh- ters have 23 with records of 1 30 or better anu an at fumnii the -- tatif..rd and Milledl(cvlil,e pike foaled June ak, Utl Ills pedigiee .contains He is by an importod Spanish jack and has a fine sired PlcknrJ 2 1S1,, Ked Jim and others. (1 miles irom Colts will stand lor the season. We uss'ime no sons nave sireo at in tilts 2 jonrcie. M.iniont anu is, miles Ironi .stillertce blootf of H.inil.letoi.ian, Georne Wilkes. Main r ixjoy anu large bones, lie win stanil no Chief, Pilot. Jr and Harry Clay. Pilot, Jr ,by old Pilot, d.im Nnncy Pope: 1'ilit silte. responsibility fur accidents, but all care will be Jr.'i the ire ol ,. with record) nf 1 30 or better Living Colt. taken to avoid them, H. JACKSON & CO., to , to Inuuro Living- - Colt. aiulhis sons have sired 10 with rcrnrdsofa W. At 6s1fl U lH3Uri. is Living1 Colt, bvUsvrantlhuilaiiKhters have produced 34 wuh iAiidou, Ky A lien will be retained on colts till season monrecords 01 2 to or and twoot ins daughters Money due islicn By Imp. Glenelg, the colt is fouled or mnre parted ey is paid, but if mare is parted with season motley product d Maud S.a , and Jay Uvu See 2 10 becomes due Kysdyk s Hainbletoniali sued by Abdallah; is with. A lien retained on all cults until ssutson money is paid. dam Charles Kent mare by Imp Hellfoundur; td 1. S. PHILLIPS, Dam Florence I, by Imp. Austradescription llreetlitoaiiar is ii ncu uarK hay, Record 31 u hands high. dam One l.ye, by llisbop's .lainldetonlan; 3d dam 6 am Stanford, Kv. heavy niaiie I1Y MKTKOPOL1TAN Silver 'lad, by Imp Mtsteneer 1372, lian, Ksdyk's Him- - wun black- points,are large, tine and tail, solid hands Sued by Voltaire (V and of color; IiIkIi. Hi. colts Mrit lis,,, I... r nieiouiaii lias sired 41 wit'i reenrus 01 3 30 or Son of Hysilyk's llainbletomaii. can be seen at I. S Tevis.' Cheif 2 ni: ad dam bv Slml.,,. 71 '.,.."'"": have with by ltlood Chief, 792 Sue of Fan-m- e ords of his daughter, and 11aprndacetl 75have recDam, JOETTE, At $15 to Peditfrne Mnuhonc. cramlam nf w., c .i.Ll 2 (oor better of his sons sued 880 Ily Imptin. 47, Ilreechletador, bay, foaled in dam Lady Simmons Uolmiscii, 2 aoV4. 1(11. 2 i84 and llillet 2 Ily Hambletonian 10 71 vvith recurdsof 3 30 or lietter. First dam Nellie Viley. (jrandam of llinett' by Mtlropolitan. by Ryidjk's Il.imbletonlnn, dim PKNCK is a horse nt gfeat speed; a ay 5 is no ,,,,,'r '0: Vounrr Hyacinth by Volunteer, grandam lara, dam of mark of Ins speed. OwinKtnan accident getting Hob Johnson; ad dam Mary Churchill by Alex. 11; ,d dam by Uoebuckl Marijrave, grandam of sue of I.iown Jim is also the sue of Volnt-,r g, This young sta'lion will be permitted to serve a Dealer and Dictator, by Seely's American Star. fastened 111 his stall which threw hiin out ol Churchill; 3d dam by Imp. Metropolitan is acknowledged to be oue of the best training ho would now have a mark 01" a 20 or Klne Alfonso; 4th Jam Mistletoe by Cherokee. dam Nellie by Alden Go dsmith, who few good inures ut onr stables one mile from Stana Cth dam b) Susan by 1S00 ofai,;.' and bv injny the very best hred stallion ever loal-ebetter In a race vt Nicholasville lie trotted as Slh dam llla(k-i:t- d lattler, Voltaire's sire, by ford on the llustonville pike, at Telltale byTilamon, son ol Medoc. Ilisfull sister Kclna Victoria, sold at thcMc-Ferra- n Eooolusaz. With tbo blood of ILimbletonun, Albert; 7th dam by Alfjerlne; 8th dam by Grey I 'slot, Jr. , By Ten IJroeclc, dam by Planet, sale for 7,02 Id jhevt price ever paid for Mambrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Fdwiu Forrest Allrcd. 9th dum mare purchased in Virciiiiahy sired Indianapolis 321, Humor 220 Slander Hurbnd;e for breediliK but whose pedigree is Living Colt. a brood mare at public Kale Two fillies by Metro- and as grc it nil individual ns he is, Pence Is bound Capt lost: to uiinireao and his sons Abbott. In. to he hv Americua: 10th dam bv dlaiiapolii, Rumor, Tattler, politan, neither of which were ever hookt.l single, to lllAht a Kicsi stock horse. He will make IOC now " and Jr l'llot Voltaire are $10 to by Imp. Monkey, nth dam by Imp. .Medley; lath "',' .,'.".cf of l'f-frner,v miles irom .Stmfor.i sold at public sate fur $i,u(. averaging $("62 51 season of 1S01 ar mv iu 2 or tattler, is ise II Liuin us 30 Description and Pedigree: Silver Tip is n nice dam by Imp. Shark ; Mth dam Imp i..,i., .,.,.. n; .!.... ltlood Chief, by itlood's Hlack Hawk dam Mist on the Hustonville'plke, ..,. w.Jr. (.12, suo.Imp. Hi el, sue ot above horso and also Mis bay with fine mane and tail, hind ankles while and Duncan by Scott a Highlander, graudam by Am- est lirooil mare sire, nf id- - , ..v.",. ,i,ni,i..lldllll1,.. c .died ate Womifurd. 'lhe we think will make a great show horse. Maud S irxy JayKyeSee ,,0 ius, iu nam v 1 iinuicun iiiutHi unicr nireu woo At Jixju to .Living uolt, ly His get II. lvnlc-rc- . reasonLioness. and he stood ductriK others of note LcaliiRloii Chief aiid a 110,042 Saddle Stallion, won last He was sired by the premium saddle horse, Sil- ley Jim a 39 Fannie Robinson 7 ta and Chlel hoi; ol 51O, sue second tn the list of vvim lug sires. He was 24 of Ilrovsnjtm'silam, is hy Kentucky Clay 104. ver King, he by Ou Time, he by Stonewall Jack2 jye Itlood's Illji.k Hawlr sired the dams nf Von year old uud his get won from 1887 to i883 $591- ,- dam Lady Warricld by Mambrino Chief ti. Main, son Amiin 2 19H and Almcnt, Jr , 3.-- j andgrandam of brirto Chorister Jsireofdam of Protcine 2 18, 202 JO. Silver King's damMollie Mounce was sired by llclle llrasfield a a and Piotiene 2 iS. ttci I will also stand at the same place my fine jack by .Mambrino Cldef, dam by Chorister Cabbell's Lexiugton; ad dam by Young America, Kingold is 15'-- , hands high and extremely fine Will staid at same place nnd stylish. Will make the season of 'ci Tit my he by Taylor's Messenger $15 to Silver Tip's iltst dam was by Skeedaddle, Morstable at Morehud, 2 miles North of llustonville, Colt. $10 to a $10 to Colt. ris's famous saddle horse, lie by Oliver, he by on the Hustnnvlllennd Danville pike, ut $10 to Wasjoncr Insure a Living Colt. Lien retained on nil Ho is a bright bay wrhout ary white, is i;U At imnn tn Insure a Livlnc Colt. He is Skeedaddle's 1st dam Medoc, 3d dam Trumpetcolts. Ifmare Is retired to another horso or tradid hinds high, fine inane and tail, of fine action and a brown jack with wl ito points, 9 years old in J utit er: 3d dam Aratus. money will be due. Urassfurnlshed at $2 o per is a natural saddle horse; by Silver Kinvf, the and full 15(4 hands hish. He was.sued by Aitien's pedigrees and particulars, Silver Tip's 2d dam was by Red Lion. montn. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes ureat premium horse First dam by Imp. Huck-dehe by Kinse Phillip. Urst dam a Saddle Sf sllion, luy, 15K hands high, tlute white Mares kept at reasonable rates but no responsibut no responsibility should any ocur, ad dam by Denny's Drcnnon; 3d dam by Itlaclc Satin iennet: she was sired bv Kinj; Phillip; feel, heavy mano and tail, fine style and action. address bility lor accidents or escapes. I have employed O. A. Hoover of Klngsvllle.Pa. Filmore. Filmore was a Kreat show horse in his ,il limn hv Morccastle. he bv Jim i'orter. This Marrs parted with forfeits Insurance. Lien reto drvefor me this season He has put o horses in day. He was by Montgomery's Whip and out of jack has proven himselfa fine breeder. A number Colt. tained on colts for season, the 2 30 list. I have a splendid track and will hanH. Baughman, or a marc by Frank, tlioroushbred. ol Ins colts have soiu ior aiou ar weanini; time dle a few horses besides my own at reasonable priThe above stallions will make the season or Money due when tho colt is foaled pr mare part Mares kept at reasonable rates but not responsiBEAZLEY HROS., l&91 ces, For particulars address. money is paiu my stable near Hustonvllle. ble for escapes or accidents cu wltli; lien rciainco. 1111 me Stanford, Ky. 6 Stanford, Ky, W. S. WIGHAM, Morclaud, Ky. P. W. LOGAN, Owner. 12 A.M PENCE, SUnlord, Ky J. K. HAUGHMAN. 11 At Standard Rule 6 ) Sired by Dictator 113 (sire of Jay.Kye See a 10, Phallas a 13)$, Director 2 17 and 20 others in the a 30 list. "First dam Alice, by Alinont 33. Second dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman 25. Third dam Young Toyman mare, by Coeurdc Leon (Hevis.) Fourth dam Old Twynian mare untraced, Almont 33 (sue of Fanny Witberspoon 2 t6i Piedmont 2 ij)i and 35 others in 230, also sire of the dams of Alabaster, 4 years 215, J. B. Catchfly 2 tSJf , Hinder 2 17J4, Richardson Wilkes 2 20 V. Acolyte 2 21 and 2t in the charm. W-TXHESS ed circle by Abdallah 15; istd.im Sally Anderson by Mambrino Chief 11; 2d dam Kate by Pilot Jr. 12. Record ,2c'. in a Race ) Norman 25 (sire of Lula 2 14., May Queen 2 20, of the dams of Norval 3 iy, Normon Medium Sired by the Great Red Wilkes 1749, sire of 7 in t'le a 1 lit. 36 in a 30 list and grandsire of 7 in the j 10, etc.) by Mone Horse 6; 1st dam Slocum a 30 list, a showing never before equaled by any other horse, Its ng Or dead, at same age. aare, s. t. b. by Magnum Ilonum. Cassell ldam ot dam Dictator, the sire of George Dictator, for many First 2 29 4 Lady tuo others that, llelleview Wilkes (31 anil barring accident, years languished in obscurity and really nevwill erter the 2 30 list this season by Shelby Chief 923 fsire'ol Rallo 224, Cascanlla er had a chance at the stud until he came to 1 25W, &c, and the dams of Delineator 2 iJ and Kentucky; then 13 years old and having up to others that time but 39 foals and at 20 had less than 200 by Thallobn (son ot Alexander's Abdallah and foals, and only a few of them were out cf well Second dam Sallie (trial to wagon 2 28 in '76 Fanny, dam of Waterwin.li, dam ot Mambribred mares Few stallions impart more speedto no Gift 2 20, Vlcking 2 19H, Scotland 12s1-- , his"dejcendants,and besides they have ennp-ranWavelet 2 24, Waterloo 2 27 and Sprite, dam ol combined with level heads. He is the " 3 in the 2 30 list. sire of 28 in the 2 1 or better Int. 34 trotters and by Clark Chief 39 (tire of Crodie 2 tM and 5 oth4 pacers. The trotters are headed byJayEyo Third dam See 2 10, Phallas2 13, Director 217. We do ers and the dums of Phallas 2 13)4. .Majolica 1 15, not know another stallion that has threi such Wilson 2 16V4, Corallard 2 19)4 and 17 others in sons with the same speed and number ot heats 3 30 or belter. trotted. Jay Hye bee has 58 heats Metier than readily show that llelleview Wilkes Is rich in the blood of sntrd A planre at the above nednrree will 230, Director 57 and Phallas 4S, a total of 163 producing line, being by the great Red Wilkes (who by the records is the best son of the mighty heats in 2 30 or better. George Wilkes, sire of 71 performers in 2 30 and better) and that his blood breeds on is demonstrated The returns of this year's trotting will show by being the grandsire ot 7 iu the 2 30 list at the age of 16. that Dictator not only breeds on through his sons An analysis of Ilclleview's pedigree will show that it ranks amang the bct, tracing as it drcs to the and daughters, but also his grandsons are putting mighty George Wilkes through his best son, Red Wilkes, tvs ice to Alexander's Abdallah, one of the a numberof horses in the 2 30 list. His son, Col. most prepotent sons of Hambletonian to and three times to Mambrino Chief. Hatnbrick, has 2, Commander 1. Dick Loonier 1, llelleview Wilkes is a horse of fine style, speedy conformation and a trotter of high order, having Director 6, Junius 1, Phallus 2, Pietender 3, Re- last Fall at lerre Haute, Ind., trotted a half mile in t 12, finishing a close second to the wtnnerin 225 porter!, Delineator and Endymion 1. Ten sons being timed separately in 2 27. He has repeatedly gone quarters in 3? seconds, a 2 20 clip. After a sired 19 trotters. short season in the stud he will be sent to lower his present record and we confidently expect him to His daughter promise to make great brood get a mark close to 2 20 before the season closes. He is one of the only three sons of Red Wilkes with mares They have produced llrown, Elbert, Gonrecords better than 2 30 making the season in the State, and the other two stand at $100 and f 130 dola, Keller Thomas, Evening Star. Garnet, Last llelleview Wilkes will make the season of 1S91 at llelleview Farm tjsj miles east of llurgin Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest.VictonaVs ilkes, Mattie Solomon and Williams. Margct S.by Director has a record of 2 n1', and Nancy Hanks has a record of 2 14V.,, a third heat made in a race, and annrnxpil it are. Mares Lent at reasonable rates, but lint rcsrionsible lor accidents T.fmitrrl " ' she a never been beaten. His grandson, t'liul- - L ",,-- anyin in uctur, , . . lamont by Phallus, has put 3 in the list, 1'lialla- - snouiu T c rtmvuAV n,,r,.,,. ir irginius mont Girl 227, hallene 270 and and .'500 to the N IJ We will give $jso to the first of his produce securing a record of 2 y nrb-tt28li. Live Stuct Record. D M . A. S HO V MAN. first obtaining a record ot 2 20 or better 7 George Uicia'or is u Macs stall-on- , 15 hands 3 high, foaled in iSi4, is a handsome fellow and will certainly sire extreme speed He wasbred fora gieat stock horse. He will stand 4- - J. P. CROW, Proprietor. Belleview Stock Farm, Season of iSqi. BELXiEVXIEW shire, lie b) Imp Yorkshire, ilam by WHsiger's lein.irar; ail nam oy Korsutli; l dam the n"ll saddle mareowne.1 by Joe Helm and aftcrvturd by N. T. Lee. W.iterk-- will stand Harinus. he bv llnnil.lciomin, be by Imp tntifsst 2.I il 1111 Kovl liird. by Cannon Whip, he by Son id Wallace Denmark above. It a hands M iucl.es hitth. betivv in ,rt Utol laelklurii's Whin, beby linn. Whin, he bv Sal- - black wcighl and finest) le, dam by Herod; yl dum a thtiruughtuvd oare tail, of tram. i .ill rM by Imp Dioinisle, lluy Mes'iiger's dam was out .ti ay hihI un vsry promising s eldle (Ml ' d P'dicts First I) nne, ?d of a full blooiletl Messenger mare and by Imp ailj. r,ns eiven iHie, Sn Me11. ' Kockingham, Waterloo's dam by Helm's Yorkirxts er hirt Mes'iiger. dam Helm mare by Hay Messenger, ha b) 2.es:si, isnl. xl it 11 , he by HU.xI's lilac k 111 v. k, be bv 11I I lllsck ltu ' index' iluni tv Mn iibuimi I. bid, dam b) Hay Messenger; y dam by Cantmns hipp sSAO-LSlialhy BIRD. t f .Meir.., t i , At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, TOM H0BINS0N, - mil i f.,- - rn 'in..! tifurd na the adult itulli.x) 13994. Or $u so till weaning time. Lien retained mi colt tin railing lime. Care taken t') prevent acvidents Lut no responsibility sboukl any occur. M. T. Ul'SSKI.L, Milledgevll'e. Ky it lrr, m ' &; lt , I 1 Col. 1. . 1 Ed Barlow 2375. -- ij. l. i.i. .. ,, i Wallace at Urs ?-. ?'':r ii, ce -- J, i Denmark Chief. $10 Insure a JTOH3NT S. TATEr.r.Se At $10 Insure Insure Living 1 llarl' - - At $50 Cash, with the usual Return Privilege. er it ; LEXINGTON DENMARK . Insure I '.. Too iErobroo, 1 I l't At Insure MAPLE SMBE BREEDING FARM. FAULCONER, FRXHrCE, JH it, 23.0GA1T. Ca-sa- r ABDALLAH 3IA2IIBRINO 3715, $ioo tlie Season. IIAYELOK $50 to Insure. QVfSllSE S. X1048, S40 to Insure. TURNER, SHETLAND PONY, 10 to Insure. PENCE! Three-year-old At Eight Insure. ,sl'''"d, lir rr Wiki 1 er 1 53, DORSEY GOLBDUST, ' VS ih..ssiI .. ti. yt. ( I V Inaure. iy, , 1 -- " -- . I I Five Splendid Jacks, Insure a 11 aii 1 isi( 30,JS, al-- At $10 Rys-dyk'- Iiiiportcl Hidalgo, 1 At Insure. $15 Insure Living J da ii, j 3, 1 ,i.-- r 1 11 l.-- Stallions for 1891. KING BOY. 1 MINSTREL, At Insure. RANDALL, to Insure Living BOSCOE. NABOTH 1 10016. At ".u. ' ITTLE RUFFIN. At to Insure. er At Living 'r' i- -t 1 ,:"i , Mes-sen- ' At $8 Insure a - j',. BREEGHLOADER. a., MS tl-- it ' ' ,..., 111 hh, POWHATTAN III! At $8 Insure. m re a roi ; $20 a o8-'- SHOWN JIM. j. is, SILVER TIP. Insure a ... 1 CONOREGAN, At Insure. -- y d. ie; in 11 $12.50 l"l"u e s t The insure a Eagle Denmark, At Insure. KING BUCKDEN Insure Living At STEVE WALKER, Insure a Living pJ'For Star Denmark, n; Kins-Willia- SH. 9$ J. $15 to Insure a Living ia . .t.ii.J..i.r ., ....'.f.-',- - ,'!' ; ' rv .ii- - i'--- . "7 A BATTLE OF REVENGE. HOUSTON'S OF SANTA ANNA'S MINIONS AT SAN JACINTO. Tlmn Uglit Hundred Trxnim Took I'urt, lint (Her six Hundred MrilmiM VtT Klllrd, mill Nrnrljr Thousand Wero Won mini nml Ciiituri'(l oi)rluht, ISUI. tij- Atiurlrnn I'nvw Aiwocla-lio- SLAUGHTER It Spurn tlm LiiBKliicMfMiilirr, Oolites tlin Yaniug unit Olsea Heller Direction to care, but at thu present day nothing The is the Hie KnrreleR of AIIUIUIIhr tlm l'.n-- t evinces tho lax rule which obtains in many families of good landing as tho li nml itai of Von til. utter lack of respect or deference paid What would Ihj thought of ft kinjH by tho young to tho-- o who are older ami Hook rights rwrv-dholdierH who, wliilo swearing that they wiser than themselves. Deplorable as MX AN valor won were loyal and true, were unwilling to wo hold it to be that thu old timo code thu buttle of Han do their master's bidding, if they of manners and decorum is so rapidly M Jacinto In two should wiy, "Number us in your nrmy; passing away, then' is yetn far moro unhour' time, mid let us wear your uniform and bo under portaiit consideration connected with tlif victory virtu flfmJ VV vour protection, but do not tusk us to tho general lack of reverence prevailing ally Kvo ilu fight for you; do not nalc us to do any- witli reference to sacred matters. IxMidenro to tho liOiir Star Mtc. thing by which wo shall bo known an We read tho other day: "It is very Hnntii Anna Is not tins the nttitudoof many easy to lower our standard of reverence made by the Lexington yours professing Christians today? If only for anything. Wo have only to speak of Roller Mills Co., Lexingfor thu coiHiifMt they can lw under their king's protec- it habitually in a light way. There is of Twtnt with the sale by all tion they are utterly indilTerent about nothing like it to take tho life out of the ton, Ky. uvoniil Mlicy of doing his bidding. If only Satan's most precious text of Scripture. Wo first-cla- ss Grocers. extermination, power over them is broken they may reiient of such sin with bitter weepand in tho coiino not to euro for tho multitudes who aru ing, but those words can never fail to use Cream to us of ijVviitM came the again what they were before. Wo may niiiwrt) at the Alamo March 0, IKXJ, and war arrompaiihsl Houston' headquarters. titill under his galling yoke. if you good The church of Christ is to them a sort have cut down a bridgo wo shall some the nhiiiKlilcr of Oil. J. W Fannin and IttO The luNidquurtera of this well olllcered host of hit tiii'ti nrnr (Solhid March 'J7. TIioms were, by tho way, extremely simple and of religious community where they may day vainly long to cross." Wo must happy Cook. nffnlrt led to tho nlmiiiloiinu'tit of tho lino characteristic, A pair of saddle walletH be entirely "at ease- in Zion," where tho confess to having listened with astonishof San Antonio river by tha Texan troop. contained Houston's olllclal papers and a "chief end" is rest and the enjoyment of ment to what wero considered clover sSt'ii. Houston, who, after a lapMj had Urn change of linen. While the Texan Infan- spociul advantages belonging only to iti conundrums usketl by professing Chrisrestore to tho general command of tho try whs niovitiK out from cover tho puny de-- , tians, and made by twisting and turning Texan nrmy, hud previously onion.! thin cavalry ml mn of 01 trooper nxlti out and members, from which outsiders aro barred. It is Satan's tieculinr delight to some Uiblo verso in tho most ludicrous ronoe, but his plans had lxfti frustrated. the Mexican horse to hold their mislead men by errors which nro half manner, and so making it serve to anWhen thu iiuivh of Col. Fannin's surrender attention. Houston ordered a craud chaw, and Just truths. Just such a one is this. (Jod swer the laughable question. rendu! him, on the IRli of March, ho wiw on llio cunt bank of tho Colorndo with as the men were ready to spring forward a certainly does givo sjiecial privileges and Years and years ago, in tho thoughtless invaluable remedy a force of alout UC men. Santa Anna rider dashed down the line mwIukIiik an ax blesxings to his own jwople, but lie calls ' years of childhood, a companion much hiul begun hi march from tho San An-- ! over Ids head and cryltiK out that VlnccV them by these verj jirivilegea to sjiecial older than jiortion of toulo outward in heveral coluintii, and lirldmi had iletnyl. "Now llhtlor duties. "Itoyal honors bring royal re-- tho Lord's ourself repeated a tho sweet, SICK HEADACHE, TORPID Prayer, making l In iKTfcon n column that enwsed the otir lles and rvineiiilier the Alamo!'' be "l'uro religion before simple sentence to rhyme with a silly, ir- - LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, (iiindaluiK! at fiotujiles and procetsltsl j Mioutt!. The "Twin Sisters" advanced to siKuifibilities." only "to keep unsifted from reverent line, and long after maturity eastward toward Houston's iKisltloii. within 2W yards of the Mexican works and UwriH not COSWENESS, Another Mexican dhlsloti was iiiovIuk opened llro with Krae anil canister The , tile world." but "to visit the widow and Ui been reached tho foolish rhyme MALARIA, raMwanl 011 tho south of Santa Anna's would force itself into tho mind when in try follow isl at double riuick, the b.ittle fatherless in their aflliction." ""route, and another on thenorth. Hero is shown tho dual nature of driving with all reverenco to reiieat the AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. Houston cries, "Heinemls'i-thAlamo!" "Hemeinls)r retired lefore Satitn Anna to tho llrazos (oliadt" resiiuudliiKaloiiK tho line. Christianity, active as well as passive, jmre an,i hallowed prayer. And just so Sold and then to tho San Jacinto. His object The enthusiasm and alertness of tho ootn necessary to tno symmetrical ue - there comes to lie verso after verse which , lu.Hlll-lllB.wmp wio. lejcan leaner were snared ny nis loiiowers, Ve opilient of character as well as for the has been travestied and made tho ami , detail. Fortunately tho north-and these ..mdltles wide), nro the highest ,izntion Can iiiupou rn Mesirun column got Iwwildered In thu seiitlnls for soldieiN, carried tho day nt eViir jurists of tho worM. titlitr. one bo wt ", r,,,,llL' m til lui .mil it m tho wicred volume, or ns tho win-o- f l forest, and tho Colorado instead San Jacinto. Santa Anna lay asleep under e blame rest entire- - istor reads it from tho sacred desk, invol-Th- o crossing it to oorrun eastern Texan. a tree, and many of his olllcers wero in tho "ot "iway so"" column was delnvisl bvhk'h haineonditiiin Tin. soldier. iv..r.i ..lth..r '3' on individuals. Too often a part of nntarilv into thu mind darts tho nueer. southern water and did not cross tho lira 7.0s. This eating or sleeping or playing their favorite! it, at least, belongs to tho church which grotesque uso which has been made of left Hoiiiitoi but one army to cope with, tuotite, and the wholo camti was taken by fails to iirorierly "shepherd" tho flock. tho verse. Shame that it ever should bo CONSUMPTION but that oututlllibeied li t lit two to one. surprise, Tho little cavalry column of It seems to consider all duty done when so. And great pity it is that any one the whole country in front of tho Texaus put the Mexican lancers to lUdit, a soul is brought to Chribt and to the professing love for the word of God SCROFULA .Mexicans was In a slato of alarm, and tho The First Texas regiment mounted Santa church. should bo willing to rejieat even a very EMEILSiON BRONCHITIS inhabitants, lleelliK eastward at the ap- Anna's breastworks, composed of baggage, Many a young . Christian left to him- COUGHS "cute' conundrum, made by . proach of tho Invaders, terrllled their fel- chests and cimp isiuip.ige, and seized the COLDS '" UiH 'K"""" . "" Knowing " low citizens, and men whom Houston want-tmisapplying a text of Scripture capable Mexican guns before tho artillerymen had CUBES l c,lu KtK, "ear" ' of serving a double meaning. " In )i ranks to light were encaged iu time to llro a round. A few Mexicans w'"" to "Wasting EiseaseB piloting their families to places of safety yVo lielieve that the Testaments of the showed HkIiI, and Houston was wounded big, "When first converted 1 would have Santa Anna crossel the llrazns at San outside the works and his horso was hit guno through iiro to bring a soul to Bible are tho invaluablo legacies by tho Wonderful Flesh Producer. FcliM on tho Ttb of April, and Houston on two or three times. Christ, but left so long inactive I have study of which the life can bo ennobled, Many liavo gained ono pound learning this ordered all Texan troops 011 As soon ns the Texans passed over tho grown imniierciit. baid anotlier, dethrough acceptance of that riM-- to join him at Harrisbtirg, on Mexican works they clublsd their muskets ploring his coldness of heart, "When and tho soul can bo saved. their teach- per day by its use. They come ings Scott'H 'Emulsion is not a secret tlioS.iii Jacinto H.irrisburg had Imsmiiiio and pistols, and alter disabling them tsk lovu of Christ I felt that to us from God tho Father and his son, I f'ni seat of government of Texas, and Santa to their bowle knives and thu weapons of first knew the remedy. It contains tho stimulatmust stop people in the stieet to tell of Jesus Christ. What would be thought .Vima marched upon Hand destroytsl It Im him; I do not feel so now." And an- - of a man or woman who would bo will- - ing properties of tho llypophos-pliite- s f ro Houston's arrival From Harrisburg and puro Norwogiau Cod other, "I wanted to work for the Mtis-- , w. to ,.,i0 ti, Niyings or precepts of a he .Mexicans moved southward toward Liver Oil, tho potency of Loth 1 reNew Washington, and had entered a ter, nut i was so young and ignorant KOO,i ,rLiit and make fun, not exactly gion w hero at that season of tho jear there did not know how, and no one told me ur thein. but out of them? What riirht being largoly increased. It i8 used was but 01111 practicable route to move an what to do." minded person would regard other than by Physicians all over tho world. army In other words, Santa Anna must ThiB failuro to develop and train with contempt such really contemptible Vf" ' nt it N press onward across the Sail Jacinto to PALATABLE AS MILK. young diciples, together with tho lack of reverenco and reelect, such lack '& v t astern Texas or return anil inert Houston, Sold bit all Ttnintjists. of the voices of Christian worn-' A7 ".!.- Yk V of delicacy, of filial feeling and regard? who wan lehlnd him, and be ween bun and ' fl.Lrtx.V forced a vnt jKiwor for gotxl to The trouble is that "the standard of revon, has COTT &.BOWME,ChamlBt3,N.Y. tho llruos and his supporting coliiinua. lie dormant in the very midst of tho erence," as before quoted, has been lowOn tlio ll'tli of April Houston left Ilarris-burg- , Intending by a rapid march to reach church. Thank (Jod that she now be- ered by allowing these things to be fit I LI 1) : J.ynoh's ferry at the mouth of the San Jagins to realize these two errors, and that sjioken of reiwatedly, if not habitually, cinto ahead of Santa Anna, fcnd there glo this age, characterized as it is by prog-- ! iu a light way. IVi ' bs.v ji i ir 7r . KXAivf k luittlc Ho had picked up 11. J ress in every direction, is especially re-" H'd Jfri-i.A believer in tho precious truths of The only Protection that will effectthat swelled his army to MX) tnun. and hud t markable for tho adv unco made by tho the Bible should remember two things - Si also rtcelved two six pounders, called the ually protect nil people, all classes, all hffjJAr church in these very line s an advance in this connection: First, a loose, light - fA"Kv "Twin Sisters," that had been sent by which is already telling lowerfolly on application of a bcnptnral verso is gen- - labor nnd nil interests is that styled , of Cincinnati to aid Kiiue friendly 'i- 'her religious life. Jl'L the Texan cause. erally tho work of some ono who is no Sni.r Protection ! acquired only from Proiiiineiit iu this movement- - perhaps lover of tho nrecents themselves or of On tho 'JUth Houston went Into camp on "VUtJ CAS" AlKOItll TO II K (IKNKUOUB." knowledge of ways and tho right bank of llulTalu h.iyou, 0110 mile tho Society for Chris-wj.,0 gavo tMem; ami again, there a truthful at its head-sta- nds I roui thu ferry that Santa Anna was aimthe enemy. The light line, If such It could tian Undeavor, which seems exactly comes a timo when no other promises means, legal and illegal, just and uning to reach. His position was screened be railed, was all one shied, and iu fifteen ' fitted to meet these two needs in tho ti,0so of the Bible can sustain tho just, by which the burdens of governbyafriuguof timU-- parallel to tho bank minutes from the time the column struck church. Tho Sunday school has always fajting, thing heart, no other words ment, profits of labor and industry, arc of tho bayou. lecouiiniss.iui.e soon the breastworks tho Mexicans werulna the fart tbattho .Mexican army lay nmt. The Texaus pursued relentlessly neon a power among me cnnureii, uutri comfort and support the spirit when tho so unequally divided. mill lri'i (iicatii'iod Isjyond thu tiuilH!r and was ......... , , fllxilr it iiit titu liitii iM'iniiuui nu from its very nature can doits own work- dark valley of the shadow of death is , , , . m iiiki lin rLtifiit n, . to crovs at tho ferry. Sotno their camp, cutting down men and only. U tho young pegpio uegin to leel reached. And yet some of tho most solThat knowledge is power, and ignortook place during tho latter part horses 011 the margin to inako bridges that "too old" for Sabbath school, and no emn words of tho Bible have been used its slave, is forcibly illustrated of the day. and at night tho Mexicans they might K'iiet rate tho morass and reach place is made for them in the church, time and again to make the thoughtless ance was crit- the haplevs fugitives mired in thu Interior. they will surely drift away from both. laugh, and so cause them to forgot or daily in all walks of life, among all to fortify. Their ical In the extremo, for a marsh extended Houston, painfully wounded, rodo over Between the two stands tho Christian overlook tho real, intense meaning of people, in all countries. along thuir right and rear, and the Texati.s thu Held on his staggering horso and at- - E,ieavor eixrioty-- uot to take the place sense. Wo must sometimes could compel them to light for a roadway l '..".-- . """"" of either, not to release from responsi- - tho literal things, but they never need be Where knowledge is used as a power . ". hear such khould they attempt cither to advance or or a means fur gaining wealth without . icntetl. to return whence they came. Some of Ono Texan was seen carrying two guns, hhii' to, t;lt,,cr' but as .' U.nii b"J UK to the other, and aiming to bring the Parents, especially, who wish their labor or an equivalent therefor, it beHouston's olllcers wished to move to tho and when asked why, ho answered, "The one attack at once, but Houston was not ready. Mexicans killed my sou and son-li- i law in young into touch with both Christ and children to grow up with tin idea of rev- comes neewwiry to deceive or keep in "Tomorrow," said he, "I will conquer, the Alamo, and I Intend to kill two of them his church. erenco for the Bible and for sacred (laughter and put, to tllghlthc entire Mex- or Ih killed myself." To those who do not know Him it things should never allow themselves ignorance of such methods those from Two antagonists were seen to clinch on Niys with winning voice, "Come thou ican army, and it shall not cost 1110 a dozen lightly of texts of Scripture, or whom the wealth is taken ; hence it is of my brave men." tho field and striigi' for a time, when tho with us and wo will do thee good." To to things to repeat a witticism based that of tho ten thousand ucw.pupcrs of all Yet for all his outward confidence tho Texan got his rlghttfm frcouud, whipping who have found him it calls at a situation with him was desjierate iu view out a bowle knife, cut the Mexican's throat. those when they aro most willing to lis o:i some verso of tho Bible. No ono can printed in the United States, less than afford to make light of tho lifeboat of Ills !iuiiits.TH. Santa Anna had 1,800 well The attempt to.stay the hand of vengeance, timo disciplined veterans, while many of the once the work had lieen commenced, was ten, and furnishes to all young people , ...j.;,.. olrer3 tho only chanco of ever ten are absolutely free and independent Texaim wero raw soldiers. Houston had like whistling down the wind. The aggre not only opjiortunity to work for tho reaching tho shore in safety. When tho j of the power or control of some class, his back to tho impassable bayou, and a gate of tho Texaus engaged was TSl, and Master, but training as well. Through timo comes to lean hard on tho rod aud monopoly whose interest it is disaster on either Hank would leave hi m (UM) Mexicans juid the penalty of death, ' association with entlmhiiihtio leaders, BtalT which alouo can comfort and sup- - party or but ono route of escape. At u o'clock proliably a man apiece for every Texan winch of itself is an education, it gives tiort, it will ba a bitter thing to reflect to keep the great mass of people in on the 21st a small Mexican force came into soldier who could got nuar enough to do to beginners in Christian lifo an iinpulso that when in health and strength all ignorance of their methods. view on the main road and moved toward execution. Tliu wounded Mexicans nu and inspiration which will tit them to thought of coming decadence was cast The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is 2oS, nml 730 wero inailo camp. For fear that this Santa Anna's bo in their turn blessings to others. The to tho winds, wlnlo the helpful verse movement might discourage his men by Tins Texans lost b killed and ' wounded. one of tho few, if not tho only one, The mmiIIm of the Meld were a codsend to bocioty's motto, "For Christ and tho was perverted to frervo a double meangiving tho Impression that forcemeats thu Texans. They consisted of 1.(00 nnns Church," is tho only battlo cry which ing and caur-- a careless laugh. Harriet absolutely free from such influences. wero coming to support the enemy, Houston spread the report among his followers of various kinds, camp utensils and eipii- - can rally to its btandard Christiana tho A. Chcever iu Christian at Work. It is the most honest, thorough, able ell that Santa Anna was countermarching a page, with a quantity of provisions aud world over, of whatever name. teacher and exponent of truthful r. body of troop In order to magnify hia tl2,0OO in may it bo described as "interdenominaon "Itoliert Slightly Surru-.Uknowledge, of reliable data, free fiom The day after thu battlo Santa Anna was tional," btrongthening as it does tho A learned heartless vamplri) helped hlin draw, found hiding in tho garb of a private sol- bond of union between different denomIth "uiichaugini; luw," In ttrlct accordance. partisan bias, fair, frank and explicit dier. On Mug brought to Houston, who Tho ital s;ip entire to increased to such degree that one cannot but feel lay under an oak renting his wounded inations, while it stimulates From his grandfather's fruitful apple tree; limb, he said, "(lencrnl, you can afford to loyalty to one's own. Ho peeled the trunk as baro as it could be. edified and capable of forming correct Ikj generous. It promotes activity in all branches of And iu cotiMimlnu llro You are Imrn to no common every brancli tlmt ever hudbnrno fruit; conclusions therefrom. Such a papei destiny; you have conquered tho Xapoleou Christian work. It must, because its Iiurned of tho west." ono aim is to bring tho wholo world to And when drutructlon's ork w;is dono to tult mould be in every household. Sample This parley Houston demanded Chribt, and none can enlist under its He cried to all thoman of wundronsiulnd. After world. "Seek yo this tree ropies can be obtained by addressing that the dictator order his second in com- banner, live up to its pledge and re- For shade, wliun Sol up the mercury. mand to evacuate Texas at once, nnd a dis- main a drone. This very pledge to do And liuro rijwi pippins And"' ho publishers, at Cincinnati, O. soul, patch to that effect was sunt to tho several "whatever Christ would have us do" Yet Hobcrt's rishtetuts ISlhlo tho uuthor tells. miracles! Was sorely vexwl with commanders of tho .Mexican columns that James Stephenou in New York name evening, April L"J. As tho Mexican prompts us to search for moro outlets T ii n forces iu Te.vis numbered between 5,000 for our love, and quickens our ability to 1M.M v.J'- - x ': Remorse may disturb the bltynucrs of aud 0,000 men, Houston's daring struku at neo and seize the opportunities which lio A M 1'9W San Jacinto with n beggarly nrmy of lrs at our doors. Tho enthusiasm of youth a man who is dabbling with his iirst of wrong, and when pleasure than $00 militl'i was a masterpiece iu ltd fed by love to Christ and held steadily way. by duty has a wonderful power in serv- lias been tasted aud is gone, and nothing "naiiT ron voun uvks." A treaty was ninde on tho 14th of May, ice. Add to it a constantly increasing is left of the crime but the ruin which it obtained, and all PatCaveats, and forci-s- . At noon tho Texan colonels nsked weeks after Iho battle, aud recognient business conducted fur Moderate Fees. a council of war.nud it wns granted threeby the powers followed naturally, and knowledge of tho needs of the world has wrought, then, too, tho Furies take for Our Office Is Opposite U. S. Patent Office, tion immediately. Tho majority favored waitthe midnight pillow. and wo can secure patent In Ices time than those Texas took her place as an independent and how to meet them, nnd there is nu their teats upon is, for tho most rcmoto from Wanhlngton. ing in position for Santa Anna to attack. btatu. imrt, influencing power which is absolutely But the meridian GKOIJQK Li. Kll.sitlt. Send model, draw Iiik or photo., with dcicrlp-tloIt was held that tho Muxlcau position wan left tin vexed; and when a man has chosen limitless. We advlte, If patentable or not. frco of charjre. Oar fee not due till patent l well fortiMed and dofended by veterans, ur?H: "A mighty force of consecrated right- his road he is left alone to follow it to A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with "Will Any Oentleninn Obllffa Me?" Hnd that an attack upon it across open county, or loose in the church through tho end. Froude. names ofaotual clients In jour State, "Will any gentleman thread on tho tail eousness islet God grant prairie with raw militia would bo extremely town, sent free. Addrcst, that it may per--1 ' this society." hazardous. Tho feeling among the troops nv me coatf" is derived from the legend When the murderers of Bishop Patte- every department, and that its probably apocryphal of old Donuyhrook meato wum favorable, for attack, and Houston took ' m laid his body in a canoe and phiml the responsibility of ordering n battlo at Fair, describing the conventionally pug- umlerlying power, tho love of Christ, Opposltt Patent Office, Washington, 0. C. proposed that a Moat- nacious Irishman as with "caubeen" may be kindled anew in every cold, dead a palm iu his dead hands, they littlo once. An oflicer then WK WILL SEND knew they were showing forth one of ing bridgo bo constructed fcr uso on the adorned with "dhudhecu" stuck in tho heart, burcing up the dross and fitting bayou in ra&o of dlsosr In tho tight. On band on his head, nnd tu his shirt sleeves, f Miviuitfitia ?nr flirt Af'icfrtr'a nc 'Onlv tho most beautiful truths of our faith learning that there era no materials at twirling a shillelagh with his right hand, as wo have much of his conquering love that through Buffering and death the THE INTERIOR JOURNAL hand for the purpose without tearingdown while his left trails 'his denuded coat on can we win upon tho world with some- kingdom of peace and life is found. IN CLUB WITH a house, the general decided to "postpone" tho "dure" of a tent after him, asserting Anonymous. thing of the great conqueror's power." buildlug the bridgo for awhile. Houston's his disgust at tho apparently peaceful proDEMUREST MAGAZINE next act was to send a party to destroy the clivities of his fellows, nnd shouting the Mary B. Puston In unstlnn at Work. Transact business with tho men of the bridge scrota Vinco's bayou, over which valiant challenge: "Past tin o'clock, aud It is great gain to anffer the loss of all world like a person in u shower of rain, ONE YEAR FOR J3.jo. both armies had marched to the field. ThU not a blow sh truck yet. Will any gentleman oblige ue by threading on tho tall ar things that wo may learn to depend oo staying no longer than is iudispeuably left but one way of escape for the Stanford. Kt. W. P. WALTON, necessary. Cecil. Jesus alone. Dr. Paley. in the coming flutt namely, the me coatf" I- - n. . ' ,.M'L 1 11 V A: crossliiK over the San Jacinto at Lynch's y furry, When thu order win K'vnn to VlnceV bridge, tho officer who was to execute It rvinurlu!, "This looks a ileal llko flnht, general." There win, In uict.nothliiK left for either Bldotodo but to Unlit or bo Hltuiglitcu!. To 110 an expression coined durliiK the civil war, ImuIi armies were "bottled up." Houston, had tho shortest cut to the neck of tho Ixjttle, Tho fringe of wood In front of tho Texan camp enabled Mouh-to- n to form his line unobserved by the enemy. The center vnn composed of the First regiment, Col. Iliirk'.Hon; tho Second regiment, Col. Slitrnian, formed tho left; the rlKlit was composed of tho artillery under Col. (J. W. Hockley, four Infantry coiupauleH under I. lent. Col. Millard and CI mounted men led by Col, M. II. Iviinar. It is like making burle.siiio of a muster to call that an army where the cavalry, artillery and Infantry combined iuiiiiIkt only Hi), yet are commanded by a Keneraldn-chief- , agisted by 8 field cifllcer. There vere a olllcern not included In tho roster Lieut. CoIb. Somervlllu and liennett mid Mnj. Wells. 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Interior Journal an active canvass for superintendent of Kentucky has sometimes been called public instruction, with very gratifying by her envious neighbors a behind results. Everybody who knows him Wo repel thu charge and May 1, 181)1 recognizes his abilities and wishes him Stanfoud, Ky., we defy the chargers with that Bame success. high, proud spirit which moved tho old lawyer to denv the allegation and defy Offers week A Call on Hon. T. P. Hill. the alligator. Kentucky has shown her Mr. Editor and the Democracy of Linprogressive spirit in the new constitu coln County: tion. OKI fogylsm is given a uaeu Beat Don't vou think it is time the littleold along side of free passes. Good English democratic precinct of i k "as she is spoke" is left to keep com. nry wmB, s?Jksttj wfassl JJ WW waRreceivingjust a little crumb pauy with old field school masters or from the hands of the grand old democwho taught racy of Lincoln? It has been over '20 Ik a man over did deserve killing it the ghosts of the pedagogues Calicos, andLook at the stupid years now since she has received the our pectus thnt Win. Showers did. He was 5c ev of acquitted, it ia true, of murdering liis conservatism which marks the policy least little piece of crust from tho outer a. il oc to HlSt, hutch. ( Invent of many of the States and contras. with edge of the pie. Crab Orchard has fur wife by the Hardin circuit court, week 35c, Shoes though from nil we could hear the it the bouvant, bounding, jumping spir- nished her Iliuisfonls and her Hobbitts Scotch verdict, "Guilty, but not proven," it which thrills all Kentucky with fresh- and abends all along, and Hustonvilte 75c should have been the- renult. It wns ening vigor. Hlgj-gflHher lilains, her Browns, her Haileys and In the great majority of the States, a Coopers and her Kennedys and God on in evidence that ho treated the poor Self-Lacingirl most cruelly, and if she did kill her- lawyer is not eligible to the judgeship of ly knows what others; and here is little self, as Showers claimed, lm was nsinucli a court of general jurisdiction until bu- old Turnersville standing out here in tin her murderer ns if he had fired the fatal nimV has Btruck fun. As a general cold doing all the voting and you don't to shot, Charles Moore, a brother of the rule he must have reached the point of even Bay t hanky. 35 years. Now everybody knows that of Now we don't propose to oiler you a Clothgirl, was satisfied of Showers' guilt and we did all in his power to have him convict all life worth living, all knowledge worth candidate in this election from our preever of. ed. Then Showers began a series of per- having is before 35 years have spent cinct, but wo would Hko to have the .? secutions of Moore and finally ran him their fury on any man, woman or jack- privilege of naming the candidate in n Shoes- out of the State on a charge thntj.ho had ass. Of all the intellectual animals, the your 2d of May convention to represent Showers had goose alone is said to grow in knowledgo us in our next General Assembly of tho forged witness claims. We week Thu man we would him pursued and finally captured in after he has reached 40 years. Indeed, Commonwealth. according to the assurance of our friend, name is Col. T. 1. Hill, of Stanford, a Texas and at the time of the killing he was under bond to answer for the of Col. Wm. Latin, who had contracted to man of expanded intellect; a man of fense. Showers thought the bond en- deliver to a lady a young, fat goose, brains; a man that is solid, conservative tirely too small and was in the court- "Madam, a goose is considered young at and practical; a man whoso eloquence would arouse the jealousy of Demosthehouse trying to have it increased when fifty I" So Kentucky, through her constitunes aud Cicero. This is the man w e the two men met. Showers had a pisOil Cloth We tol in his hand and again insulted tion makers, lias caught on to the phi- want. Never mind asking if he will acMoore, who stepped out and got a gun losophy of this great truth and has been cept the oflice. It is a duty ho owes his and fired both barrels into Showers, prompt to utilize it. Instead of having country. His county demands it; the nearly tearing his head ofl. The whole men bent with age, feeble in miud and times demands it; this grand old Coma flair is terrible to contemplate. It lias body, dispensing justice within her monwealth demands it. Let us elect brought shame, death and disgraco to sanctuaries, she provides that no per him and we will have a man whose abil A. two families and caused many friends to son who is ns old as 35 years shall be ity would adorn the halls of the capito) circuit judge. To prove to our envious ot tno United fauues. lo tins end wu become estranged by taking one or the Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MANES GAI1HIEX, neighbors that we are not vainly boast- will set an example for other counties other side in the tragedy. ing we quote Section 135. and they ill give us their best men to Senator Reagan, of Texas, who has "No person shall be eligible as judge represent us. Respectfully, Tho Department of Kentucky, G. A. just given up a seatin the U. S. Senate of the circuit court who is not a citizen The Democracy ok tukTuh.nkhsvili.i: It., at Frankfort, elected thu following to be chairman of the railroad connnis of Kentucky, a resident of the district I'rkcinkt. ollicors to serve the coming year: eion, had two more years to serve, but in which he may be a candidate two The suggestion above is a capital one, S. G. Hillis; Senior Vico Comhis new position gives him five more at years next preceding his election, not but it appears to have been made too mander, T. K. l.lvi'zy; Junior Vice the same salary. Senator Ingalls is less than 35 years of age when elected late. Col. Hill would not accept the ofH..vin recently purcli.T-oAlbert Scott; Chaplain, Itev. T. of Mr. J. K. Holdaii. his stuck of . credited with the remark that public and has not been a practicing lawyer fice, he says, under any circumstances, Wood; Surgeon, Dr. K. J. Porter, J. MKKCHANDISK, to which we have since made larue addi oflice is a private snap, and Senator eight years." was not more en colored. even u .Mr, tions in every department, which gives us a large and complete stock history seems to bear out the idea. To make the meaning of this section titled to it. Ed. He has had oflice for 52 consecutive clearer we strip it of its intermediate Bucklen's Arnica Salve consiMiiio til jJiy (.,ood?, Notions, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, HardThe lf,t nc m the orM fur cult, bruitr, DEATHS' DOINGS. years, lie began as deputy surveyor of clauses aud it will ttien reau ".No perware and (Jueeiware and Furniture, also a large and well assorted lt rhrurn, fever ore, tettei, orei, ukcrt, fundi, chilblain, corn and all kln erup lands in the Republic of Texas, and has son shall bo eligible as a judgo of the nay rcuuir stock of Mens, Hoys' and Youths' Clothing, all of which will be sold James Coffey, aged 17, son of Al- tlonunil toitivrlv cure pile, ot no had nearly every oflieo in the category circuit court who is not less than 35 1. It it ttive bert Coffey, died Tuesday of pneumo- or moneyuuaranteeJ to rrtce perfeel atnlacuor, at Rock Hottom Trices. Please honor us with a 5 ccnn yci uu relunueu since. When he completes his present years of age when elected." Now one call and examine our Kor ale by A. R. Penny, bUnlord, ky. nia. stock and prices. term he will be SO years old, 57 of which of the chief beauties of this section (do Miss Susie Hardin, tho bright anil Quarantood Curo for La Qrtppo. will have been spent in the public ser- not jump to hasty conclusions, dear Remember our terms arc strictly cash or produce. pretty daughter of Mr. T. U Hardin, of We aiithone our adverlned drug"! to cll you vice. reader, or imagine we are going to say Harrodsburg, died Tuesday night after a Dr. Kint' New Ditcovrry fur ConumiitHn, Very Respectfully, II joti Cough and Coldi, upon lln conditionits grammar!) protracted illness of consumption. She arc allli. led with I.h lirippo and will uicthl trial The Middlesboro Herald issued its One of it a according Vt the chief beauties, we observe, had been very low for a long time and and etpennce no direction', givingreturn fair the benefit, yon may first number last Sunday aud a highly Wf male money relundwl is that it limits thu oflice of circuit judge on the nignt of the rccu t fire at her and h;ie your of l)r creditable one it was. Mr. 0. 0. Hall, J. I. Ct mm ins, .Salesman. tin. nifrr l.nauir of the wonderful Crab Orchard, Ky. to bo few a number, and everybody town became so excited that she left her Kins' New ll nvery during last eon epi an experienced newspaper man, is the llac heard free at A. knows thai this will accord with a re- bed and started out to it' during thu ab demic Trial bolllet of nocaem R which it lailea. I'enny'a druc Try it editor and Mr. Ewing Watterson, son of For in- sence of thu members of her family aud store Large tire ;oc and Si. publican form of government. d is business manGoddess, the judge must be under it is believed that the exposure hurried ager. Both the Associated and the Unit- stance, while the Good Looks. 35 years, he must nt the same time have her death. Miss Hardin had many Good looU are more than aV in deep, depending ed Press dispatches will be printed and TIIK Vl'CAN CH1LLK1) PLOW. been a practicing lawyer eight years. friends in this county who were pained upon a heilthy condition of all the vtal orsaiii. ili the paper issued every day in the year. Now the liver he inactive jou have a bilieui look, ou have a lawyer is never licensed until to hear of her untimely death. be diwrdered the your uomach If its patronage is commensurate with its look and if our kidneyi be alTected you have a he is about 21. Add 8 years to 21 years lll pinched look Swure yuur health and you Another old citizen has joined the merits, the Herald will stop right into hive Rood looka. Hlectru Ititteri it the K'eat I'akmkks. AriKNTiON. and we have 29 years. And so it results We call your attention to the following adpublic favor. silent majority. Mr. G. A. lackey, after and tonic, act directly on theie vital that we must take our judges from law a short illness of pneumonia, departed Cure pimplri, blolcbei. boil and k!i a vantages of "The Vulcan" over any Chilled Plow made: First the drug Sold at A K I'enny (rood compleiion Vulcan is made of the original and genuine Chilled Metal. Second Col. II. M. McCahty, of the Jessa- yers between '2) years ana oo years. this life at tho residence of his daugh store, 50 ient per lottle If it the iron used in chilled parts is first quality Like Superior Charcoal', mine Journal, is being urged to become Thus the circle is narrowed. ter, Mrs. M. M. Miller, in Madison counTho Flnoat on Earth. should turnout that there is no such lhird, we give you a solid point, no scooping out or shaving off to a candidate for the Senate in his district. ty. Mr. Lackey was born near Paint R R l Hamilton The There is not a man in it more qualified lawyer in thu district, let tho people do Lick in June 1813 and married Miss Kho-d- the onlyCincinnati, Fourth, we give you a solid mould board, no thick edocs line running Pullman's l'erlected Safety save iron. Veitibuled Iriini, with Chair I'arlor aierpinc with scooped back. for the position and his selection would without, for a circuit judge is a useless Fifth, the Vulcan mould board is re enforced on 1S33. He resided on his farm nnd Dining Car serviie between. Cincinnati, Park in and Chicago and is the only line bo very gratifying to his brethren of the animal at best. We ouly regret that a the back by ribs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled Cln-- c there till 1S57, when hu removed to Reclining Chnir Cars btwcen quill. With Col. McCarty to hold down similar provision was not made with Hloomiuglon, III., until overtaken nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, III. and Sleeping mould board, livery Plow guaranteed. For sale by Cincinnati to .Mackinaw, and the judges of the appellate the Senate and Dr. Woods, another reference to reverses 'be returned to this Cr Only Direct Lino newspaper man to perform a like ser- court. EZ. & Lima, EL lletween he resided till a year ago, trnt, ih. Cincinnati, Dayton Canaua. Toledo, De- I.ali. Uiinniaiiu "No person shall couutv, where Section 11!) reads: vice for tho House, the old ship of State lli' mj.l is ,nr of the oldest ill tho State nt since which hu has lived with his daughbe eligible to election as a judge of the will weather any kind of a storm. the onlylme entering Cincinnati over as ter, Mrs. Miller. Another daughter, Ohioand double track, and from its pan record can miles rl nnnrt. nf annealH who is less than 35 Mrs. J. J. Mcltoberts, of this place, also more than asiureiu patrons speed, comrort and fetv Tiie Chinese government has notified years of age" &c. Here wo perceive : m :.. i.:... ni.:i.. iii niiiueiii c i.s Ticket! on sale everywhere, and see that they iiiiu iiih Secretary Blaine that it is unwilling to that the not is left out. That was ilnni. or out of Cincinnati, D . either read C , II was noted lor its Hospitality ami Indianapolu or Toledo. in receive Senator Blair as minister to that probably because it is not proper to homo K. O McCORMlCK. many a Confederate soldier can testify Dealcrta General I'aitenger and Ticket Agent. country, because of his strictures against start all reforms at once. After we have to thu kindnesses and comfort extendbd its people, made in numerous speeches. experienced the good effects of putting Milos' Norvo nnd Llvor Pills when it was dangerous to be This is too bad, as the ladies say. Not young blood on the bench, we can then them, WATCHES, CLOCKS Acton a new principle - regulating the A liver, known as a sympathizer of their cause JERUr. new stomach and bowel through the neriei. wanted at homo and shunned abroad, amend the constitution as to appellate Hu was of a cheerful disposition and his discovery Dr. Miles fills speedily cure bilious it only remnins for Henry to go hang judges and make thu reform still more torpid liver, piles, constipation long life, although marred by reverses, nen, bad taite, men, women, children Smallest UniMiualed for liimself, which, it is hoped, ho will pro- sweeping. It will soon bu realized that aaTRcpairing neatly and promptmildest, surest 50 doses aj cent. Sample free did not disturb its peaceful (low, nor ceed to do, when he reads these few the younger tho lawyer thu better judgo at A. It I'enny'i, Stanford ly done. was hoover heard to complain or Bpeak and as we need the best judges on the lines. harshly of those who caused the loss. I"iilliirc-- In I. lie. court of appeals lumch, we can put tho People lull In imny avi. In limlnrsn. In I will take old Col. K. Polk Johnson is enjoying age, not of eligibility, but of inhibition, Mr. Lackey joined thu Christian church gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) mor.illty, in liappinrsv and In in early manhood and was an earnest hc.iUli. A in reliiriunrl W rM'i nn untutpucUiil with his excellent wife, n wijilrli" at 25. camo ol rilluri1 iloei not and dovoted member ever afterwards. clrcuiuto properlyl'l Inlif- - If th Mood is hhort rest nt Old Point, but be left tho Frank-for- t Mi" Hiiro tin- In .i'n, illzz cu lireiitli. Capital in good hands iiud it is as says there never The remains wero taken to Richmond tivis ofIiphiUi'Iiii,ustiiiii.i in tin- - .'o nieli s mil, Tiik Courier-Journa- l usual, bright and entertaining, liy thu was a set of men more ineffably satisfied for interment and in tho presence of ma- tioss, Imtifrt'''!"!, !! liaiii, (nnlopcl s torpidity, ion ''-- ! on, etc I'.im !' Hi eit Mill-- , way, they are talking of sending tho col- of fchiiiiii er uid l..riiiu"i I it in s'raln their own infallibility than the mem- ny friends laid to rest. w l''ir for Kur nil tliee tii.il uIii-- Dp M. onel to the legislature from Franklin bers of the latu uulamentcd con. con., dj Soul, t Ihu lienrt .iinl luiis ik llir and if thoy do they will do a mighty and adds with htinging cruelty: "It is CoNsoi.iNd. Undo Billy was veryBick ituaritnti'i'ii .ii.il loinrnei diJ l)j 'in li, I'ciiny A Trcutuo 'ree clever thing. Ho has been there and true, they grudgingly acknowledge in and little Mary, six years old, hearing An Important ?l:i!lvr. would be no novice in law making. their preamble thu existence of one Su- thu probability of his death discussed by OmskI' ' e ywbere riiti Hi u n.iks ol and tho Itcstnrntie .SVrv I111 J n re looil and premo Being oven greater than them- thu family, crept into thu moillcne are iiHtonihliiiiif dm nny HiIiik Since thu advent of tho present ml-selves, but they promptly inako amends offered him consolation thus: "Uncle they ever lrid. while il unleral iallf .0 tlnn In lien 'neiie nertoiiMi'-ss ceplcs-.!- . (.'., ministration ?230,G0,l,9CO of tljo public1 for U;ej For Trie ftr 2Yc Aitf FoR Rite dMATtfrt an admission which they evidently Billy, if you die you can havo pretty RPTtiai Uelil.liv. nueUiiBlKi, pour mu ior, liu, money' feel to bo debt have been paid, with the I.. Hiiriou A Tioy S V, flowers put all over you, rido in a glass dizlncss, I AMC RfC CPRfltlsIC cr. in some degree humiliating, by IU11 . O that Cleveland left in thu treasury. Thu ut !l ft i ril tiff rti iii'nrtr linn rrinr fnllrati o tliniV carriage to thu church and then they Amliory & M nplir. of ol Foil Crvel, Shell, mid It. Woodworm, A Co. . Iml CROUP rE APPLICATriOrJ hundreds of oti ers .tu'i. republicans have dolus nothing since . il iliey ntor linn 5, co ivi(!tiim that thfv nrtnt(il tlm will play on the organ and sing. Then dlod any inodiuino vvlnali 'h ftVBV aincero kold so rap illy, or rr.is mey camo into power, out increase all of us will ride out to tho cemetery in fjavu such .MitW'uciion. Trul Ixttllih ol tint people. (rrONt moillclm liool; on N'oriou, and now they are in a quandary a great long row of carriages and have bo Iroo at A. It. ilm guaranteca and i how to nifsu the 550,000,000 necessary to The Owensboro Messenger says it will much fun." Unclu Billy didn't enjoy iccoiumonds liquidate the bonds falling duo in Sep- be titii" enough to discuss thu constitu tho prospect, but ho appreciated tho littember. Under the tle thing's effort to console him. tion after tho convention. In aunthcr column will w found the saiiu) impression wo have let up for sevTho Missouri farmers' alliance When Jlaby was sick, we garo her Costorla. oflicinl proceedings or the republican eral weeks and tho country press as a the third party convention in Cin- When she was a Child, sbo cried for Castorla. county convention in Garrard, Monday. general thing septus to have tacitly setcinnati. l, When she became Miss, oho clung to Costorla. Theru are 31 dejegates, 28 of whom aru tled on thu same idea. The A Wellington, Kas., couple who When the bad Chi! rcn, sbo gave them Castorla. continues to sc'fiko however, for Wood for uovernor. The convention also endorsed President Harmon's ad- the poor thing fore and ift and loses no wero married in two weeks after they ministration, all of which show that occasion to "go for it" like a thousand met, were separated in two weeks after they wero married. Col. Bradley is a power at homo as well of bricks. After having thu datu of his execuas abroad. We have an idea who will be tho tion fixed eight times, Isaac Smith's for Mn. HaiuI80N literally got a black nominee for governor, lieutenant gov- sentence of death was commuted to imyu iu the flowery land of California thu ernor, attorney general and so on, but prisonment for life by tho governor of "Cast o rl Is so well adapted to children that Castorla curra Colic, Constipation, I rrcommencl Itos superior toanyprescrlption Sour Stomach, Plarrhrra, Eructation, other day. Ilia train ci.ecked up at a wo can give vou a sure tip on one race. Ohio yesterday. Cum cuts, brimes, old soret, skin diieasei, I Kills Worma, gives sluep, and promote di. Vaow n to me." II. A. Ancnca, M. D., small station and tho president camu If you want to get big rich, put up all The Milliugton murder trial, a very corns, bunions, piles, fisiul.1, scratches, halicr emtlou. Ill So. Oxford St, IlrookJyrj, N, Y, burns, dew poison and bruises. Wherever it has Without injurious medication. out in response to the loud calls of the your money on Dick Warren for audi- Bensational caso, has ended at Denver, been used it has given wonderful satisfaction and its removing Tub Ccktid Cojiimnt, 77 Murray Street, N. V. crowd. He was met by a fusilade of tor. In this office especially the people with a verdict of acquittal. It lasted two ble.propensity lor testimonials soreness is remark.., Numerous will be secured and appear in this space at a later date. Made bouquets and one largo one striking him want a new deal and they are going to months and 170 witnesses were examin- will and sold by ed. The cost to the county was 50,000. in the eye put it in mourning. get it. J. B. HICG INS, Stanford, Ky. Semi-Weekly I I . . Young Blood to gBSKA ssv The Louisville Store you an opportunity and Special Bargains this and quote such prices as assure them large sales. Call early and malic W. F. WALTON. EIGHT PAGES. gray-haire- d Tur-nersvil- le CHOICE g STET.'RirrTnTvrs'') Lr -- fore-daddie- per yarcL The largest assortment styles, fast colors, black La ions er stiown in t as town rrom zue ara. colored only. Ladies' only 00c, worth 1.50. Slippers for this and up. H Indigo Blue. Simpson's black and gray the latest Swing at - Mather's KID GLOVES. Every pair guaranteed, $1 per pair. Don't forget look at our elcat$ line Ladies' Muslin Underwear. In our Children's and Men's ing Departments offer the biggest bargains heard Children's knee pants 20c; children's Suits $1.50 and higher. Gents' Suits from upwards. Gents' Congress and Lace S7.2 and hi her. .VmV Brogans 00c Black Sateen Shirts jOc. Also an 'elegant line of Summer Underwear. offer for this SPECIAL BARGAINS departments. AM) In our Carpet, Straw Matting highest market price for EGGS at and. also pay the tK THE LOUISVILLE STORE tRBANSKY, Proprietor. Com-mandt-- W Manager. r, HEW STORE, KEW GOODS, HEW PRICES. d I Com-mande- r, GKN-KRAI- Ifea-gan- 's cti-p- ed - rrm-edbtt-ti- e W. E. PERKINS, i Star-Eye- The Plow of the Age, dyiH-pti- or-e- an a B. W. WEAKEN. . I A-- R0BT. PEWZEL, JB 1 All Work Warranted. Fie Watches a Specially. IIGKTNBNG well-earne- d uhi-h- , 11 - . - .11 iln-Iiv- 1 11"-- (1 v 11 1I111 IHIMENT ruW 1 . kh-i-- i FOR MAN OR BEAST i?n?fi9 'cHAflp?0H-.TAYLOMn)(- I 1 s r . - - rept-diat- es WCQXHjUnAL'KMQagiQnsssssn.an Courier-Journa- WP mm k wu Infants and Children. 96-i- .' i ,t , 4"U. . StTVV. "V. 'AJJ- - - .. ., . ., . fes-va-?-, '.f jtT Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal May 1, 1891 Skk our JiSincfi black Henrietta, 75 ct. A Son. Severance Stanfohi), Ky., tt.O.WALTON,DU8, Manager MEANS BUSINESS. Wantek, lOO.tXX) pounds wool. Highest cash market price. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford, . Itcn Knui.kma.v )h contracted for n cottage on his lot in the Dr. Steele Hailoy addition and Mr. J. L. Tot-te- n has begun work on it. four-roo- m Mil. F. M. Waiik will net as my agent Kniiiuvino beautifully uiitl artisticnlly at McKinnov and will p.iy thu highest donu lit A. It. I'emiy'fl. Havk your wnlclj, clock ami jewelry cash price for wool. See one of us berepaired at A. It. Penny's. All work fore selling. A. T. Nunnelley. wnrrnnted. Kkmkmhkk tlmtnll Hilverwnre. wntolioH, Fkiiit. Messrs. G. C. Givens and riiiKs, Ac, bought nt A. It. Penny's will Charles Dunn fought over n littlu matbt uiikuivviI fm of charm'. ter Wednesday and on Mr. Dunn confessing that he struck the first lick, lie PERSONAL POINTS. fined 10 and costs. Miih. Jou.v 1.. Ki.Ki.sis very 111. We have made thu necessary arrangeMil. W. 11. Mumi, of St. Mary's, is VI8ments to handle ice this season. SpecitiiiK his brother, Mr. J. F. Mtitlri. Mas. V. 1. Tatk and dauuliter, Miss ial prices to parties buying in quantities. Ice delivered at thu door every Lucy, went to Ioumvillo Wudnesday. M. F. K. Ciu'TCHKii, of Cincinnati, morning. Call and get prices. Mk. It. tlio guest of a SUuiford benuty this F.lkin A Co. tvuh week. Wicnru requested to state by one of Mk. and Mkh. S. W. I'kttiiionk, of the patrons that Miss Helen Thurmond's Ix)ulnville, nro Kests of J. V. Flowers school at White Oak, in Garrard counand wife. ty, is progressing beyond thu expectaCou V. 0. Wki.cii went to Louisville, tions of all. There is an unusually Wednesday to help Dick Warren cap- large attendancu and Mies Thurmond is ture the city. proving heaself a most excellent educaWam.ack Gutiiiiik, who has a mouth tor. olT, in upending a portion of it with his Aim RitoKKN. Mrs. Sidney Harbor, of sister, Mrs. J. A. Csrpunter. (its ItortKMiiMKi, who clerked at the the Preachersville neighborhood, fell louisvillu Store several months, spent a while coming down a flight of stairs and few days this week with friends here. broke her right arm near the wrist. She Miis. J. F. Hoi.imm and Miss Molliu is nearly 80 years old, and as the break llrnoks, of Crab Orchard, spent several is a very bad one it is hardly probable 'ifsjs with Mrs. J. G. Carpenter this that the bones will knit. Her husband, who is past SO, was away from home at week. Mk J. Cauvkk Jones bought an inter- - the time of the accidentaud Mrs. Harbor est in ait abstract company in Austin, had no attention whatever for several Texas, and hu has none there to re hours. main. Tiik two conventions which will hu Mits Ai.k kHoi.mkh, ef Danville, came held heru ought to draw a up Tuesday and attended thu marriage tremendous crowd to town. At 10 of her cousin, Miss Iou Dunn to Mr. J. o'clock tin delegates will meet to nomiT. Kmbry. nate David 11. Kdmistou for the legisla Mrs. S, 1. Saltkk, of Lexinirton, but turu and Wallace Ji Varnon for county who liar spent thu last beveral months judge ami at '2 v. M. a mass meeting is to at Columbus, (.ia., is the guest of her sis- be held to send delegates to the State ter, Mrs. M. F. F.lkin. convention at Louisville. Let every Mit. ani Miis. J.T. Lvv.v, who came friend of Dick Warren and the other up to see Mr. J. M. Wray, returned to two gentlemen make it a point to atIx)uisville, Wednesday, the old gentletend. . . man having much improved. Fatu.i.y Shot. In a difficulty at C.trr. Wm. (Jkkii and J. W. Hayden went up to Hockcastle and caught ItUlsh Kincsvillu this week John Weslev of 1J to :t ounds in weight, in it part of iooch was shot in the right side by a fellow named Ijisley from Pulaski, the two davs; at least they say they did. stage ball going clear through him. The oriJohn Hkmuiks, thu clever is gin of thu dilliculty is rather obscure. driver between hero and taking a couple of weeks recreation, and Mr. Goocli, it will be remembered, killed in thu iiieantiuiu Mr. Peter Hampton is Constable Killion at Highland 10 years ago, but was acquitted on the ground the jolly Jehu on that line. Miis. Dhvk and miughter Miss that hu acted under a misapprehension of ltradfordsvillc, Miss Annie of the part Mr. Killion took in a tight hu Minnie, Phillips, of Harrodsburg, Miss Minnie was having with another man. Dinwiddle, of ilustonvillu, and Miss Sitplkmiint. Kach of our Lincoln Virginia Howiiian,of I A'xington, attended county readers will Hud in this issue of the Dunn Kmbry wedding Wednesday. the Intkkiok Jotit.VAi. a supplement containing the new constitution to be CITY AND VICINITY. submitted to the people at the August Kou fishing tackle go to W. II. Mcltob-r- t election for adoption or rejection. Read it carefully and prayerfully before you It. !'. deciilu to acceptor reject it. With thu Fulfil onion sets just received. eight page paper and thu constitution Itout. . our readers will have all they can do to Kitum arrival of seed sweet potatoes at get through with tins issun by the time It. K. A W. II. Wearen's. we send them another. . . highTiik Ix)uisville storu will pay the At the anuual conclave of Ryan No. 17, Knights Templar, of est market prices for eggs. this city, the following ollicers were elecDon't fail to see our lino of gents' un- ted for the ensuing year: Sir It. L. derwear. Severance A Son. Commamlcr; Sir A. C. Alverson, fir.K A. T. Nunnelley's binders before Generalissimo; Sir Alex. Tribble, Cap' you buy as be is representing The Win. tain General; Sir Rev. W. W. Itruce, Prelate; Sir Frank Gilcher, Senior Wur-deDcering Co., thu best made. Sir W. It. Milbiim, Junior Warden; A vvu. attendance of Hope Lodge No. Sir Joe II. Thomas, Treasurer; Sir II. G. 10 K. of li. is desired at the regular Sandifer, Recorder; Sir Nick McDowell, arrun, Ife- - Jr., Standard Hearer. Sir A. It. Penny, meeting to night. A. A. porter. Snord Rearer; Sir T. F. Durham, War Afden; Sir Fred Ilurrin, Jr., Sentinel. Tiik Lexington Press says that Hov. the installation the order of thu Red ter and Mrs. Will C. Hames are rejoicing Cross was conferred upon the following of their iirst bom, Jean over thu advent candidates: Messrs. Sam M. Owens and Ferguson. S. It. Cook, of Stanford; .Mr. Sydney A. It. HoiiKUTsos A ltao's. ad. on our Wortbam, of Jellico, and Rev. Henry Thu usual Slh pngu will attract the attention of the Miller, of Middlesboro. ladies, who will take advantage of the handsomu spread wasserved.at thu Per kins Hoiisu after thu ceremonies. Ad very low prices tillered. - W. P. Givkns is now a papa and he through their entire life na it did on has named his first born Leo Wallace. their wedding day. At Jnnction City on Monday, April A. T. Nos.NKi.LKV has moved bis shoe 27, .Miss Jennie, youngest daughter of and harness shop to his livery stable on .Mrs. Margaret Cosby, was united in marDepot Btreet. riage to Mr. Joseph Wolf, of Duluth, Wk have it from good authority that Minn. Tho wedding waa n very private one, only relatives and a few intimate Dick Warren will divide Warren counin- friends being present. J. D. Cosby, of Is Receiving His ty's vote with Norman, although his liveB there. Hur- Covington, and K. C. Cosby, of Junction surance commissioner City, brothers of the bride, stood up with rah for Dick them, while Rev. It. F. Cosby, another Tiik Lkuislativk Rack. Instructions brother, in a most solemn and impressfor Kdmiston are as follows: Crab Or- ive manner, pronounced the words Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. chard 5, Hubble 2, Hustonville li, which made them husband and wife. Kingsvil'o 1! and Waynesburg 2, equal to Tho bride wore a travel17. This leaves him one short of a ma- ing suit most elaborately trimmed, with jority, but as nearly all of the other del- hat, veil and gloves to match; holding in egations nre for him, almost solid, he her hand a bouquet of Marechal Neil rowill no doubt be chos n on the first ses, she presented a picture of rare beauballot and the nomination then be ty and loveliness. Shu received some Wc keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which made unanimous. very elegant bridal presents, among we will take pleasure in showing and make them a necklace with diamond charm Pink Cottaok to he Ituo. Raknks' and watch from her husband. Miss CosAoain. Mr. John II. Moore, of Clark by formerly lived in this county and has county, has purchased it of Mr. J. M. many friends here and in Lancaster, Wray, and thu deed was signed and acGlassware,' Oueensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of where she attended bchool, who send knowledged Tuesday, Col. Welch preheartfelt congratulations. Tho groom is Baskets kept in stock, all of which we are offering cheap to the public. paring tho papers. The consideration a prominent railroad contractor, a widCome and sec us. is $.'1,000 and the conveyance is to Rev. ower with one son about ten years old. George O. Hames, his wife and Mise & They left at once fortheir Northern home Marie and to the last survivor of the and after some days spent in Cincinnati three, for life, then to Moore and his and other points of interest along their heirs. Mr. Wray is to remain in possession six months from now, but after route, are announced to bo "At Home" 1 at Duluth. Verily the m that Mr. Moore is to have possession at after May Wolf has captured one of Junction Ciany timu he payB for the property. The ty's fairest lambs. C. Dealer In- purchase price is not to bu paid nor posStanford, April 2!). session givt-- until April, 8915, unless An aged preacher of Kokomo, Ind., the purchaser chooses to pay sooner. on Saturday married his 1,000th couple This gives the Rarnes a life estate in the and is boasting of his performances. Hut property, which they may use, rent or whatamount of misery ho may have as..pgfc Salt, Lime, Cement, Tiling, Farming Implements, &c. sell as they prefer. sisted in making will never be known! Miss Helle, daughter of Dr. W. O. A division of the Brotherhood of Locomotive engineers was organized in RobBrds, of Danville, and It. L. Davis, of Odd Fellows Hall this week with 15 Chicago, were married at the residence charter members and 25 more to follow. of the bride'B parents Wednesday. Dicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking Valley Corn Sheller. Messm. Frank Hnler, G W. Howard Nkhkaska Echo. Mr. G. D. Bennett, and J. W. Fowler, of Somerset division, came over to do the work. Mr. S. W. cashierof the Savings Hank atTecumseh, FOR THE BIGGESTPettibune, chairman of tho general ad- writes. "I have eireetually removed two bog spavins witii two applications justment committee of the L. A N. sys- bad !J tem, was present and delivered n lecture each of (juinn's ointment." This remem A mrm A-MCW WTT tnm.mmijmimfJ IM pertaining to brotherhood matters which dy has the endorsement of the beat r. r,OTr vvw, ir wi ri was instructive and highly oppreciated breeders in Kentucky. INby all. Thu division was named PulasNEW ADVEKTISKMKNTS. ki I'eds, in honor of the superintendent of machinery of the L. A N. system. The officers ars Win. Abbey, chief engineer; J. W Flowers, first engineer; Dave Hurges", first assistant engineer; Dealer in lorcijn A Domestic W. It. Hays, second assistant and secretary of insurance. The division desires AND LIQUORS, to thank tho officers of the First NationANDal Hank Dr. A. It. Penny, Supt. W. P. Semi li Ackerman't and Milwaukee bottled Pike, Master of Trains Frank Harris and ler, 314 Kast Jeffervm street, bet. Floyd and Steam bottled I'rciton, LOUISVILLE, KY Assistant Master Mechanic J. T. Waller beer, warranted to keep fix months. My Roods House saloon and will be found at the t'ortman for favors extended. 166m at Ferrill Itros' , Rowland. j b I Springs Summer Goods Fancy & Family Groceries mouse-color- ed PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FABRIS SARDZ1T. J". B FOSTER'S -- 1 Groceries and Hardware, Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, -- - w TaMP' m m. TOr k -- 71 TTK a st A. FIiE2HTEH, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY -- WINES SILVERWARE In the county, go to Ii MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Com-mande- ry n; . m L UP tickTiik L. A N. will sell Duiiino the first week of circuit court ets to Iniisville, beginning on the i:tth account of the Mr. S. M.Owens had a lino setter dog and good to the ISth, on stolen from him and since has spent musical festival and thu democratic much time and considerable money to ... a r recover thu dog, as well as to ascertain Fok IIknt. A couple of houses in who the thief was. Relieving the dog Rowland, with four rooms each, proper- was taken by a (Jarrard county party, ty of M. Peyton. Good yards and plen- Mr. Owens wrote to Marshal Hamilton, ty of water and conveniently located. at Lancaster, who at once began an inW. A. Tribble. vestigation and found that n youth namHomes" ed Rub Ferrill had him in possession. I)it. Ham. lectured on "Happy Mr. Ferrill at Walton's Opera Houso last night. When Mr. II. went t0 of our town readers who may see about the matter, Hud Hronddiis, a relaThose this before the hour are reminded that tive of thu boy, interferred, and swore they will dsa a treat if tliuy fail to at- - by all that was holy that the dog should not be taken away alive. Rroaddus has tcmlthu reputation of being a "bad man" and All boom towns now have fallen as no doubt thought Iincaster's plucky flat as a flounder. It is only those that marshal would scare and take to flight. had something to back them that contin- He didn't, however, but on the contrary ue to improve. Such is Hiawatha, Kas., arrested the boy who took thu dog and if the local paper, sont by Dr. L. It. started oil' with him. Rroaddus, seeing Yates, Ib not mistaken. that he could not fool with the marshal, ball club began to apologize, whilutho boy begged TiiKl.STKUioKJouiiNAiibaso piteouely and promised that tho dog has been organized for the present should be roturned the following day. ia now ready to recoivo chaland lenges from any amateur nine in the Tho promise was kept and the dog regood mate- turned, but tho case is not through with, State. There is eomo pretty beats it will however.aa Mr. O wenssays ho will get out rial in it and the team that grand larceny against Ferrcaliie that it baa been in a base ball a warrant for are K. C Walton, rill and will also give Rroaddus a round game. Theofficera receiving and concealing stolen propMananer, W. H. Wearen, Secretary, and for erty. Embry, Treasurer. J. T. round-trip con-Tcntio0 vocate. - 1 sea-so- n Promptly at 5.150 v. m. Wednesday, as the invitations announced, Miss Dunn and Mr. Joel T. Kmbry weru pronounced husband nnd wife. The most important event in their lives took place at the bride's mother, Mrs. Fannie Dunn's, and a happier scene could not well be imagined. It was a consummation of a love affair that Has existed for years and tho vowb which were taken with such genuine sincerity went f.r toward proving that the deed was sanctioned by Him who ordained tho rites of matrimony. The ceremony which wa very beautiful and impressive, was performed by Rev. Hen Helm assisted by Rev. John Hell Gil)son. Invitations were only issued to relatives and a few very dear friends, but those whowero so fortunately remembered availed themselves of the opportunity and witnessed the joining together of the youthful hearts till death doth part them. The bride is both pretty and accomplished and is one of Stanford's most popular young ladies. She will t make a most loving and the man who won her atlectious is indeed to bo congratulated. She wore a beautifully fitting dress of cream India silk with crepe tie chine and Chiflon trimmings, with hat to match and held in her hand a bunch of Marechal Neil roses. Mr. Kmbry is a splendid young man and his legion of friends are rejoiced at his good taste as well as fortune in selecting a wifu that will prove a better half in senso of thu word. Hois n warmhearted young man, possesses good business (nullifications and will see to it that she who put her life in his care shall nuvur regret her action. Thu best man nnd lady were Mr. W. It. McKin-ue- y and .Miss Klla Shanks. Miss Shanks was beautifully dressed in a lavender silk, jewel trimmings, diamonds. After the ceremony tho newly wedded couple drove out to tho groom's father, Mr. S. J. Kmbry's, where n grand reception was given them. There weio some I!0 couples present and a most delightful evening was tnjoyed. A charming tea, under Mrs. Kmbry's own supervision was a feature that will not soon bo forgotten. Nor will the hospitality that was so evincing throughout leave the memory of the happy young folka who partook of it. Musses Annie and Klla Shanks, assisted by Mr. W. H. entertained ami it goes without saying that it was done elegantly. Tho happy young couploaro delightfully located at his father's where they will continue to reside and where the good wishes of innumerable friends will always attend them. Hoth Mr. and Mrs. Kmbry are the Intkkioh Jouunal's good friends and the paper as well as the corps from editor to office boy wish them a long and happy life and hope that the sun will shine with aa much brilliancy help-meeuv-er- Bank Stools. I court day. May will sell at public auction before the court-hom- e door In Stanford at a o'clock next county n, 1891, 16 Shares First Nat. Bank Stock. 17 DU W. I. LETCH KR, Danville, Ky. W. B. McROBERTS'. Bastin's Saw Mill. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles trom Stanford and arr prepared tofumishanykind of l.UMIIER, SHINGLES. Ac , at LOWEST TRICKS. I will sell tho lunv berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. Give me a trial. Fsstoflice. MAYWOOD, KY. I will dehvtr .awed chestnut shingles at Stanford or Rowland at Jj.35 per.M. y A U. IIASTIN ,3-i- OSTSPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all work guaranteed. JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Agent for Ky. Association Races, AT LEXINGTON Will Commence April 28 And CIoso May Commence at a 11. Twelve Days. Five Crand Races Each Day. o'clock standard time. Reduced Fare on All Railroads. Electric cars run direct!) to the gate. J II, FERGUSON, Secretary. J F KOIIINSON, I'rrMilent. COMMISSIONER'S Alt' SELE. y Lincoln Circuit Court. ") Hicks, Ac, Mils. V Sale in Equity. vs. J W. II. Hawkins, &c, Delts., lly irtue of a judement rendered in the nboe styled case at the March term, iSji, ot said court, I Mill on Monday, May nth, 1891, Me-Kinn- At 11 a rr or thereabout, bcin the first dayof the May term, 1B91, 01 tne Lincoln county court, in Stanford, Ky , sell before the at public auction to the highpsl bidder the follow intftU'Siribed property, A Tract uf Uind situated in Lincoln county, Ky., and bounded thii. Hmntne at a buckeye, corner to J M Carter thenco N u'i. W. 93 poles iq links to a stene at a eate post corner to same, thence with the line of same N. 46 F. 72 poles j links to a stone near a branch, thcucc N. 6s'i It o poles ia links to a stone corner to Caitcr thence with line of SandioVe N and Sinilidk-e-. 45' , W 49 poles A links, thence N. 8o!4 W. 19 Doles 6 links to a stone corner to Sandidce and jeunliiKH' line, thence S. ' , W. 8 poles 9 links to a Mone corner to Jennings, continuing with their W, 67 poles jj links to u corner stone line ri to llraxdale, thence with his Hue S. ao1 K 86 coles ia links to a stone, his corner, thence with his line S 69 W 104 poles 33 links to corner of same and 11, II. Kliur's, Ihcnce with King's line S. si1. K. 76 poles 16 links to a chestnut, his corner In Williams' line, thenco with said line N. 69 E. 7 poles i) links toa stone, Williams' corner, tbence a direct line to the beginning, ti-- 6j, Containing IOO Acres Land. Terms: Sale will l made on a credit of six months, purchaser being required to execute bond with approved security, bearing 6 per cent, inter est fiom date until paid, havinc; the force and ef. feet of a judgment and with a lien on the land till all the purchase money is paid. Said sale will I mad a to satisfy a claim of $1,000 with 6 per cent, interest thu eon from Sept. 16, 1890, until paid ami $50 probable costs of this action. .Slid land will be sold subject to the mortgage of the .Mutual Life Insurance Co, of f 1,000 with 6 per cent, interest thereon from Sept 15 iSo, until paid. G M. DAVlfcON, Si. C. L. C. C. 17 WALTER A. WOOD'S -- 5' Y Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Twine, &c. 1 jju- - . j. r 'I 11 Semi-Week- ly Interior journal May 1. 181)1 m f& i SrAxroKD, ICy., W. F WALTON. OF ! A ROMANCE ifl TWO BROTHERS' By EDGAR FAWCETT. ATHRILLIfiSTORY Full of StartfiuM Incidents. CnAPTKR e 1. nad lived in London. Sylvan, however, perfectly recollected those transatlantic lodgings where both boys had passed many early days. For good cause the abode bit itself into the memory of Sylvan. You could easily find it if you strolled along Marylebone road where that fascinating old thoroughfare stretches between Portland place and linker street. It was a small house, and it lay beyond brickwork of the somber, ochre-tintethe walls that rise to left and right in this dreanvy and drowsy region. The boys' father, Egbert Maynard, occupied the lower floor of a big building that d garj,Timly overbrowed a long, den. Sylvan could recall some exquisite spring days when those wonderful white English clouds, in nil their sundrenched flocculence, floated over the green tangles of that damp old garden and made a smile touch even the sad, faded face of his mother. Once, on such a day, while they stood in the flagged pathway that- - led between the mounds of freshened and shimmering ivy she wrapped her arms about him and tenderly said: "Doesn't this beautiful day make you happy to breathe its air, Sylvan, and catch the smell" of its new leaves, its timid young flowers?" "Yes, mamma," the boy answered. "And don't you feel, darling, that merely for being allowed to live in so lovely a world you should grow very grateful to God?- "Oh! yes, inumma.' "What rubbish you do talk to that child," said Egbert Maynard, who had been watching and listening from tho d ivy-cla- it," SylTan would sometimes declare; and then his little brother, Gerald, would try to see it in that way, too, nd dismally fnil. lie had not yet reached that imaginative age of childhood when vc may summon at will the genii of mental vision. Then, too, Gerald had been very young when he and his elder brother curred. "If I shut my eyes real tight I cnn I Pfefmm YOU DO ' 'what Jtrmitsu CtI!M." talk to that near porch. Ilo spoke coldly, but not with harshness, and came in a loitering, absent way down the steps into tho garden. He was a man with large, pray, worried eyes, a face unhealthily and a consumptive stoop of the boulders. At his words Mrs. Maynard put her Jaands over the child's ears, and while As still preserved her stooping attitude, cried, in plaintive protest: "Oh! Egbert! Before the childT, You've always till now been at least a In your ittle circumspect "Ulasphemy is an affair of geogr-mhysaid Maynard, with lazy satire in; (his American voice. "Among the Turks' could make a bonfire out of Bibleaj Ku not causo the faintest popular bock. II ere in London you could do pae same with Eorans and hardly a person would stop to look twice." His wife shuddered, and drew Sylvan! jdlosor to her breast. She was a woman, this Georgina Maynard, who had lost jher looks early in life. A sweet, tall, ftglantlno of an English girl when May--j pard had married her so brief a time jago, she was now prematurely aged, rwlth threads of gray In her golden hair nd a pathetic droop at tho corners of her month, but yesterday, as it were,. rosiest of little fleshly Cunld-bow(ho had been the daughter of a coun-- j ' parson, dwelling not for from Cam-- j idge, whither Egbert Maynard had gome full of youthful ardor to pursue ai bourse of chemistry and physics. May-- , aaard was a Massachusetts man, who had! l graduated high at Harvard. Soonj this collegiate success in his nan lanA Vim Lnrl fallen rilr tn a. mivbixJ jpU Inheritance left him by an uncle, alJ It tne xasi ox nu living- reiatrrN Tatil chance brought him face to face, day, with Oeorgjna Belwyn, b never dreamed that lore could slip fcte glamours between himself and the fctotit resolve to pack hi mind with solr ," i sj , - ciiuitrii?" with their wives though ns opposite And a miserable marriage it had from one another in creed as pole from proved. The bride's awakening was pole." inevitable; it was also cruelly speedy. ' "Creed?" she returned, with a sullen The very word "infidel" had long been hardness. "I did not Jtnow that you a horror to her. She was now called had any creed whatever!" He laughed propitiating-- . "Well, I upon to meet that horror, palpable and persistent, at almost every step she haven't, in your tonne. Hut, come took. Some women might have loved now, you've tho best of one; you've a husband all the more dearly because got the children to bring up in your disillusion had thus roughly handled own faith! let you do it. I don't try him; there are feminine affections to make the littlo chaps agnostic. energy of That's a concession surely. Why, look hoarding that repair which is like the way its recur-- 1 ntour neighbors, the Moquerus. He's rent grass heals tho raw gash in a a Spanish Catholic; she's an English was not Episcopalian. Yet he forces her to meadow. Itut Georgina d bring up their two girls and three boys wrought of that clay. She bore two boys, and by this time her with a tremendous respect for mass love had grown as autumnal as her confession, and all the Roman canons. look. To save these babes from tho Am I not right?" withering blight of her husband's "Oh. quite right." was alike her purpose and her "And aro they not a couple who get prayer. There were moments when her on charmingly together? You must strained mind eamo near breaking its grant that they do." bonds of sanity and reeling into that ' "I grant it," acceded Georgina, though bloodshed which now tartly, and with the tips of her lips; sort of mcdea-lik- e and then bespatters the columns of out "Hut you forget one point: Lydi.i newspapers. Her sufferings increased married her husband, Englishwoman as those four little childish ears grew woman and inaturer and more receptive. Maynard though she was, with a full understandwould bo sure to try and impregnate ing of liis true tenets. Scnor Mosquera the hearts of either son with his devil- never deceived her Itfore marriage." Georgina pronounced those lust two ish theories. Thero began to glimmer a hope, concerning Sylvan, however. words with a most telling emphasis. The lad showed signs of having inher- Maynard drooped ids head a little, ited his mother's religious temperament. and they walked ulong in silence for Georgina felt that the devotions which several beconds, till at last he said, softshe imposed upon him were far from ly and almost despairingly, while tho unwelcome. Gerald, on the other hand, sweet brece rustled the maples and would often yawn and pout with an ir- those monstrous argosies of white reverence that seemed full of dark fore-- ! cloud which Turner and Constable bodings to the vigilant maternal eye. painted in such perfection rolled overMeanwhile Muynard, who had been head through the lucid azure: blamewortlry for not having told his "I understand you. You mean never sweetheart that he was quite without to forgive." Those words were at once a challenge all conventional creed until tho law had made them one, now acquitted himself and a resignation. From that day Mayamiably and gently in the extreme. nard finally understood the inflexible Perhaps the bitterest thing that he said posture f his wife. He attempted no to his wife for a long period after their further expostulation. Ho devoted himmarriage was the following chain of self still more zealously to his scientific sentences, delivered more in depression studies in the chamber which he had already filled with phials of chemicals, than reproach: "Well, Georgina, I suppose there's with electric batteries, with anatomino use of my asking you to sponge off cal charts, with a hundred aids for his the slate and begin all over again. You eager daily pursuits. probably think some things arc there These his wife had soon got to loathe. which no sponge could wipo out. And They represented what she held to Iks upon my word, if you were to say so, I ' the horrid materialism of his mind. 1'or should quite agrco with you. Only, a good while she affected to ignore them they're not all marks of my making, wholfy, but at length (being spurred, neaven knows." perhaps, by his evident pleased absorp; "Heaveni" she repeated. "What a tion) she volunteered certain querulous strange word from your lips, Egbertl comment. Do you believe in one?" "It really seems too bad," she said one " Who is so devout," he answered, "not day, "that we should bo living in th's Our income is id sometimes to find such a laitn very cramped fashion. small, you know, Eglxsrt, And if you hard?" "Oh. I won't listen to abominable only would do something we might all thoughts like those!" cried Georgina, four of us be much more comfortable." hurrying toward the door. She paused if ho would only do something! He before quitting the room, and hurled tried not to let the least hint of creep into his face. "1 suppose, forth angrily at her husband: "As if any better proof of Heaven's goodness then, you think me tho most idle sort were wanted, Egbert Maynard, than of fellow," he "You certainly don't appear to do any that you're permitted to stand there and insult it without being struck, real work," she retorted, bristliiig a little as though she scented covert rudedead." "What conceivable satisfaction would ness. "You potter there among your there be for it in striking me dead," be- leyden jars and your gan Mayuard, "if, asyoubtate " But drugs, but nothing comes of it." "Nothing, eh?" he muttered, rj she had lied from his profane presence, and bo he left tho sentence unfinished. though he spoke more than half to himlie did not usually wound her like self. "Surely no money comes. And this; he indeed sedulously uvoitled do- wo may not need money though wo ing so. She was always ready with want it." "I bee, I see," lie said, with his "eyes some attack, peevish or irate. One summer day, a few months later, some com- downcast, and ins beard caught rumina-tlvel- y in one hand. pulsory visit of courtesy took them past If he had itill cared for her as he tho immense pillared pile of Marylebone Church. Gushing in rich umbrage did in tho old dayrs, or if he had not from behind their solemn brick walls, felt certain of tho disgust and sorrow plenteous and his irreligion had roused in her, l.a rose the maple-treevocal; through the iron bars of old might at once have nddrossed her in a iiui exultant, out gateways the passer could glimpse occa- way both contes-ionsional gardens radiant with geranium ns it waa, his lin remained sealed. This and rose. Uathed in ,the moist, silvery project of his, which had now frown a air of an English June, over this entire dominant passion with him, she would quarter brooded a witchery not woven hear of w ithout a sirn of praciousness by beauty alone. You felt that behind or sympathy. Uh, yes, beyond a doubt And yet, pondering the matter for those dingj- - walls a prodigious amount of life must have lived perhaps tome of soveral dayr, he finally resolved that it poetic or dramatic and that the mur- - ho would tell her all. To do so might murs of the big boughs overhanging put a spoke, as it were, in their matrithose secluded doorways might mean monial v heels, which now becmed some r,ort of why saga concerning it. The slipping down bniac ort of risky slant, On tho other dusky and btately church, with all the ho hardly knew wht-t- . huge columnar sobriety of its architect- hand, he droulul her almost scoffing ure, and with the beggars and other ridicnle, mi.'ol with that accusative loungers ulong its steps, gave to tho melancholy ti which ho had now grown or drearily tu.od. Hut. all in all, he desun's bright search many a steel-grasmoky lint which gloomier weather cided it wu. best to tell her. Tho faded colors of in pristine love ml'ht revive, would have loft hid. Muynmd, though of late his days had by this nu am, below the. t".'itr stress become more than ever dedicated to of some new cougsuinl wnnnl!i. Ho mad his determination, inuluhoce science, loved tho pictorial element in things with u hraity'foudnosK. "How a cert.'.i.t hour for their lateral talk. It gloriously.cuusliiuc and gocd wcathei y,'Oi .low the end 'if Juno, and that per 1 self-creati- entlfie iore ut one of the greatest uni versifies on earth. Some men wade into love, getting deeper and deeper, a indifference grows desire. Some men plunge into it like a diver from a wharf. Egbert Mnynard took tho latter course, and almost before he knew it luul told n tale of to the last woman whom ho should over have dreamed of making his wife. The dominant influence of Gcorgina's being was religion. She had no piety such as cynicism often sneered nt her father for possessing, but since childhood she had set her spirit in tune with a strong faith, and her adorer swiftly found that he must cither woo her cloaked with deceit or not nt all. Maynard was u man who had long ago He believed recoiled from orthodoxy. in nothing but science and stood amazed ut the very idea of his own capacity to care for a girl whose prayers and church-going- s were the regnant forces of her existence. Hypocrisy, however, soon came fatally easy to him. Gcorgina's beliefs clothed themselves with that same shining tissue of sorcery which invested the turn of her white wrist or the curves of her still pearlier throat. He wanted her justas shu was, and in amorous hatred of displeasing her he recklessly forgot the gravity of his own falsehoods. Hut her father, hedged in by what he loathed as the most autocratic conservatisms, became such a keen loro to him during the term of courtship that one day he hailed with secret relief the calamity of the old parson's nbrupt t death. Maynard's last year at the uni-- , versity had then just ended. Georgina had suddenly been made un orphan and one dowcrless to the degree of penury. This fact expedited the marriage which in any case would now shortly have ocpas-bio- n tlam-boyn- nt I Improve this town of ours!" he said to his wife as they btrolled onward. "I don't believe thero is a more fascinating part of London than just this strip of road; and as for the effect of that sedate old church yonder, it is simply enchanting in the absence of cloud, fog or ruin." Georgina gave a pained start, "What!" she queried, with grim irony. "Voti ndmiro a church under any circumstances, Egbert I'm greatly astonished to hear you say tho least good word for I Maynard sighed in a wearied way, and touched her arm in transient remonstrance. "Georgina," lie appealed, "will you always keep harping on our different views? Lots of husbands live happily one." r .r. I lOa-'J1 TH -- I'm ait vs.r& i I uAS.W'X ' 'J.. 'I !' f!f. : . 7 ir. ti i. i hi i : i" 'i u - "what," siik qvmuuii, "you aumiiir x m Maj-iKir- cold Mirpriso. Tho boys were more jocund and clamorous than usual, and once or twice she reprimanded them with a frown and a sharp word; but Maynard plnyfully took their parts and even craved graco for them as regarded a second helping of dessert, while they watched him with astonished eyes, knowing well that papa was never frost like mamma and yet that such tropical clemency in him was plainly rare. After dinner it was still bright with all the limpid lure of an English vernal gloaming. The boys went out into the ivied garden, and their merry voices came to Maynard as ho waited for the moment in which tho interview should begin. His wife gave u few orders to the maid, and then was quitting the room, when he softly went up to her side and said in u low voice: " I want a littlo talk with you. I mean note. Will you conic into that den of mine? I'd rather speak there, If you don't mind." She turned and looked at him in n surprised and petulant way. "I had some fect weather which sometimes visits " THE EVERY DAY WORKERS. London at this season had tempted him to quit his laboratory by about four fiuuio Urtlrntn n to Trusting o'clock in tho afternoon and take a In "Ilk liin." long walk through Hyde Park. He Tito church is yet to learn thatitschief entered this noble stretch of city-giwork is to lo done by consecrated meu landscape nt tho Marble Arch, and of ordinary caliber. Groat speeches gained ono of tho bridges that span tho never marshaled a host An eminent Serpentine. Hero he paused, and tried Scotch divine, getting into tho pulpit to let tho green glory of his environ- after n week's elaboration of a learned ment calm and sootho his rather tremu- discourse, forgot it entirely and was lous nerves. A few swans were float- compelled to give a plain talk, which, ing in all tho dim pallor of their lovely swept half his audience into curves along tho silken gloss of tho sin- under God, tho kingdom. uous river. Slopes of emerald turf Thero is nu absurd call in tho church stretched from either verge, dying away under the shade of monstrous trees. and butfor what aro calledof"big guns," well loaded little appreciation Tho bustle and flaro of Oxford street rifles. Tho "Swamp Angel" in tho last ripeseemed miles aloof. Ho felt how ly and candidly pastoral it all was, how war was a failure. It proposed to do great things, but after awhile they found Arcadian in its Inninty of stream-clef- t verdure, how uverso from the secret it waa cracked and were afraid to uso it fever of his lato longings and dreams. lest it blow up. So, while men of but And when ho explained those moods of small capacity nro doing their work unrest to his wife, with what manner well, ntnl make no fuss about it, wo have of response would she meet them? He n few "big guns" half cracked with conwanted to bo quite collected when tho ceit nliout themselves, and they blow up time for disclosure came. If she only just when they arc wanted for important caught wime of his own consuming fire service. Tho nuisanro of tho church today is perhaps a joyful semblance of their ecclesiastical "Swamp Angels." Dr. Chalperished past would bless them both. When he came back to dinner he mers' astronomical sermons "mako us found her unwontedly grave. A large tee stars," but wo suppose thero were at tradesman's bill had just been sent in, tho time of their delivery uncelebrated and she told him of it with a meaning ministers of Christ in Scotland who were sigh. He answered her so blithely and bringing more son Is to tho Saviour. indifferently Unit she stared at him in Patrick Henry's speech did good In tho rt to-da- m ?3- - Air V r UI IA K m V S y Epf ' ' - : tills iff; 2 iiiil3iE!t$riii i? -- ititjfS tmfii ,a mH : I U2 li S S3 sfni - .1 : Virginia legislature, ami was of service FIMIIISK3IKN. in giving us when boys something to practice on at the country school house till the dinner pails along the wall shook All l t in tnfili with tho cry of "Liberty or death," but tik Mrin wiih.iifc' April art- h I'tlicrf dime !: vill ih Spriiiiillrr lie uml M there wero men who could scarcely say lountl anew Imal (ileniy el fuhllie t4turniihril mil t Mrl minnoo jt n word in public who did as much serv- lwrc f fcJ n then all timo. hcn iloircil n U c J K COOK ice when in IndejH'iidence hall they put iS jt their names to the document that declared our national deliverance. Wo must all lay hold of the work. If the raging conflagration of tin U to bo put out it will not lie by ono fin man standing with a big horn making a great racket, but by men, women and boys THi: GISAT rOCHKIIOLD KKSIKDY 1X bringing what water they can -- koiiio iu liogsheadi, ninie in mils, and some in small dippers, every one doing what ho orshecan, God helping nil the time. "Not SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, by might or by jniwur, but by my bpint, SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. fcuith the Loiii." Christian Herald. PRICE DO CENTS. T lx-- TAROID J, JVnl tlirwi two-oebox anil buuli. at Out- - l, nl lluiiit-- . tUuu;.s for free 6mi.!o The MIk-wi- ' Om kw rltnn-Mi- l i Ml Ihmiio! j It'!, .. l) (J (.) i lfi.iv-w.x-l ita fruai IU ru-- l uml plneo; mil ravm uml (ifi.clnl f ni' l lvti Umkn; ilmr firo u.rv ! im-pie- ty 7U. .ffretcV. . Si iNSi In hMi TAROID SOAP ABSOLUTELY PURE, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.l AND NURSERY PURPOSES. 11 TAB-OICO., Chicago, 111! D 1 -i . ot O Win iv .'ir liuotitil, tun! v unJ wujofceu: in tinom Otui mure tti Iiouvhh! Oik- - Ium nt Utt'.ta! tt-tti- tUvre Ho4. ohii wiul llUiltt) - IIKKv'. Mos-que- ni t'hurch-of-Englau- d Mil WWw SMII.l.I) AM) PIT HI HASH SlIOl'LOKi;. at bnoiul A M'ti nf ivt th.it mtia h nt tb wnto; itnia, a iiJmt nnniletl ami ilnxilnto: And fnrun),onr ntmtni: toMWhlt, ()ut muru In liMtuu! Ohii Sunt Kor ia!e id !y A K. I'ci.ny arj SI. 1 I' jrr-- . Chill as the Ii t u tuM tlw thought wuuM dr Ami vrn;i mir ftxiutm nmml nttd dim our Iffi&iffl 1 omi: lint tk bright Moilntim Ono mure In UrUth '(rum tho ( Lmo! r--i V Ono mom nt kfMiii'! This lit mit hwiuii. whi ro, cramped In O-i- olsrliltif Chrta. Ud'.m.nur lino ! cuUl; e fclldll UjhoUl, tlUt llltTl'. lll'l ' flU'd to fM r inodl. : If. lllNIHIMtlt llWtVUB. behind in my mending. You see, wo can only afford two He smiled, and put his hand on her shoulder. "Soon it will not be like that with us, Georgina." She bit her lip, od n keen gleam pricked the dullness of her eyes. "What mean?" she asked. do He almost whispered his next words, now, for the maid was still present, making her littlo official tinkles with the glasses and forks of the deserted sen-ants.- " u things to mend," she answered. "I'm ltd ixilii, lt MirniM ninl lu Kill tn Mian-- ; One ! tlm pllijrlm'n ilnlly In Ono uioru tho cruu ti nf mul to wrni, Iioiiui In hi'iiM'ii. At Dirt lovt Oil enrthl pri pTOmgaEMaa ! WttivwAVxmgwW', J ) yHZ 1 I am..Jttm aA?T? liSiA2;.. 'C'n ti. ,7.V S''Wviir-?i- , mi VTj . Ik-o- One iiviri' lienvrtit Another thoiiKlit to lirljIiN-- olm.ily i' Another theme fortlmn'kfiili.on ntnl ituIm Another link on hldi our &ouM toral- To homo ami licmi'ii! n iCKn:cwKATJ(. MiUn; direct connection! in Central Union Muluciin I'emtt, St. I.oiik, i). dinner-tabl-e. One more at lionm--Tl- mt home lnie m, .i rut Ion cannot Ik That limne u here none uro minted eternally, liuriUfi'ln. urutit - nil u Jilnre ulth thee. At home In hum en! S. (i.Mix-- In Ne York, Olxurvor, U- llflioil, IndUnapotlt and thr New England, Canada, llaltlmorc, Clevtland. Chlco, ' 't, Ilulblo, New York, WathinKinn, ItoNton, I'lulidclrihl'i, Quirliett Kuhinoud, time tnllairuJtbiirc, l'fanlfnft, Ky StioM't and VI1U.IMA Qtilckeit line to I "I mean that I've a great and precious secret to tell you, my dear. At times my breath almost fails me as I think of it. A kind of accident has put me in the way of making un immense discovery one that shall not merely enrich you and me, but ono that shall be a priceless boon to the whole world!" How Fish hooks auk.Maih:. sclf-bo-tray- al bad-smelli- s, ai There i which turns out fisha little machine hooks in six stiokes. Stroke nuiiiher one bites oil" a morsel of steel wire, iimii-twmakes the loop where you fiisten your line, number tin ee hacks oil' the other end, number four (I ttens and bends hac' the linrb, number live makes the point, number six bends the wire and vour littlo fish hook drops into a little bucket, ready to lie finished. Then them aro the comit.i-- i either japaned or they are temmon bliick Faith is truly a li'ht in the Mini, hut pered to the delieiite blue you sometimes it is a lij;lit whicli shines only tition see in cutlery. For this finish they mo duties, and not m results or events. and then cooled in oil. It tells us what is now to ho done, hut it heated red-h- ot does not tell us what in to follow, and Philadelphia Ledger. accordingly it guides us hut a binglu htep at a time, and when wo take that A fiirmer down in Robguidance- of faith, wo adertson county seiitil for a lightning po- htep under tho vance directly into n land of Mirrouud-inlie saw advertised tato bug killer, whi-shadows and darles.s. Like tho in a paper, and received by return mail patriarch, Aiiraliam, wo go, not knowtwo blocks of wood with directions print- ing whether wo go, t only that Clod in ed on same as follows: "Tsko this block, with us. In man's darknt'KS, we neverwhich is No. 1, in the right hand; pliue theless walk and live in God's light a nnd the bug on No. --', and press them togeth- way of living hlcssed may glorious, howlie to human ever niyst".ious it proceed us er. Remov the bug and vision. Thomas C. Uphttiu. o ly t.illly Sirens thrn V; To fit ninn for life's duties, to strengthen him for its proper and arduous services, ho was intended to have wiuio knowledge of his high origin and destiny. As the burdens and problems of life incn'u-- o for us with each generation, r fo must the viMou of our destiny and clearer. Ho whom today, with r'aMoranthem, civilized humanity bows before, gained courage for his hist dire battle with tho towers of ill and darkness, through tho knowledge that ho came from and went tottod tho knowledge of his origin and destiny. Ilo was declares that this not for him an occult knowledge, to inspire hji1 cheer himself alone; but it is the privilege of all tho children in tho great hiimau family to know as ho knew, that from God each comes and to Clod each must go. Dr. W. S. Haiiisford in Christian Union. How I'.iltll In I in in n NEW (1DHLEANS, Sln-ncr- Solid Trxmt, haircaEt cara, amoklng cart and i cotchca, I'ullnMii lloiid. ir thionsh with. out cImii'c uChattan oca, llitmlnham, Mtiid Un maVinp direct connrclionarn loule (or Knot. v ill c. Aiheville, I.Tiuhtur and iioinia in the lUA-ROIMS, grow-large- At Chattanooga for AlUntu, Colunitnii, WilmlDij ton, Charlettun, Angmtj, Ma.on, Savannah, llriiniuick, l.ale City rhonutville and FLORIDA foino rhucnlyllne running toll. I tralnt with choice I'ullnian lluiiil.iir "r I'alace hlrriini! Cara to Ja V v.rtvillc without change lor any clait of patten helma and Mr ntRnmery, llunttville, Decatur, KlritiHC Mcinphit and AltKANSA' prunta. Sliorl.'.t and iuul.et to Aimiiton. Retina, Mobile Hiuct cnnrcti'ina riade at NKW OR- I. KAN'S witl.oiitommb.it trantler for (mlvetton bunt,i;: know-lodg- e home-thin- g Houttun, Autlin. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. The only through line to JacUton and Vlclihui;, Mitt., Mhck rt l.a , niaLins direct connrctirMS ithout ointiiliut trautfer K r I'.illat Kort Worth, Auttin San Antonia, H I'atn and oinltin TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Kor thri.ii j;!i rate correct county map! and lull information call on AKctital JutKllcu CitT, Ky. rKANK V WOOI.I.KV, oraddre.t Tinv I'att Am , l.rtincton, Kv I). O. UPWARDS C.C. JiAKVKY (!. I". ,V T. A., t, fish-hoo- k Mi 1-- CIn.isniti. i.-.- .. O n Ci... .1. :.. Hoji-nvt.tJKi- i. - g mh ' & 1 ...a.'. . . . ?JC1 ::$ (or.fitl- - To cure iiMlo'iii.tai svic frmJut'lio. 5sti" t, . i'ir , " .. . .,. tl.c aal . w U a I Record. $ H 9 ' ,; k'i- - fV I i i ( Elizabeth Mulvehill, of Virginia who has been working for years to secure payment for damages done by tUe Federal army durinu' tho war, received herdraft on tho treasury department, which ho overcame her that sho fell in a swoon and was restored with great difli-culty. Life is not pocket money, to ho siient whim or taito directs; hut capital to our caie, that wo may trado with it for God and ourselves in thw mart of time. J. M. Gihhon. uh L'OH.t V. Uiejo; rcy.N'Bf i Tl!J Al. Utt III'. J lit ' jlli-mfo- U-o 'INT pt'i-i'lmli- MUU. I'rlcfi of vittmr i". ' IIVil"1 All tho while thou livestill, thou hast tiio trouble, distraction, iuconvenieiicoa of life, but not tho .sweets and true uso of it. Fuller. houKe hik'i.VillUv'Jllf'irortl lei'Hnor,l.mn). J.f.SaiTH&SO.Uikcutf'Elun. AKB'ST.ICUIS fin- gKgsigarofyga:iigawti For - y 1 Hero ia one specially for rebulican editors: If tho taritr isn't a tax paid by consumers, how is it that sugar became cheaper as soon as the duty ou it was removed? Take your time, gentlemeu, in answering this. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. A family without prayer is liko a without a roof it has no protection, Jay. FOR MEN ONLY! takstuef IMy and Kind, Kffaeti L'iS.T5II?rJ0ll,,B01,,'onaa:, lUkHl. Kail irM(tkawiii.ciniTiuiri'iD0iuisipi(Tau7ft6r; AkMlalalT uMduKOU IIUTIIIT-Iw- lu U4U. mvt mm aaral asd HKKVOCI DKATTttv; WrorFlTLl QTO KANBOOni Wo aro only worth really wliat wo are worth in the ejea of Qod. St. Fraud Atalsi. A KumMi, oo,, BvrfK.0. N. f. i t'tt i1 '' u ri.5a S .'. "n TWO BARDS. A tirtrtl vthn wjnlc In tavr Onco made n heMhen h) inn. Thnt ninil ns though In pala. Tho tindcrthoticht f itmvt'4 .Makes tlio mm Krlin." With happy hnirt nnd frrr; Tint lit lii, lint tliu dead, llo ilcult llh, iiwl hi" whl 'Tlio world It k'IikI nnd tuiiic. Ami khmI A pouth limit nlfiBvriuinst It had thU stern rvfriiln, tome." twain refriiln: Of irlud nml Tint ixintli liiml warm nnd Wind, Tho hitler north. Illchnnl K. lliirtim In Hurler's Weekly. Ilotwttm And ever nlnt mankind Is hIiiiMIihI biuk anil furth thiu gliiKura nml THE IIIDDMN WILL On North Hro.itl Mreot, just IipIow where tint tracks of tlio I'hiliiuYlphia nml Geriiiantovvii railroad cross that h tiso fy thoroughfare, stands u ruined mansion that half a century ago wan bravo with pillared jHiiticos and quaintly wirved doors ami wimloiV frames. It Is today a cheap tenement house, inhabited hvahalf dozen families ami tlio work of improvement has left tlio ontranco door several fi'ot below tlio lidowalk. In Its halcyon days this old mansion was a.i many feet nliove its surrounding warden as it is now below the asphalt jwiwd tm-tIt was tlio homo of .lab'. Kiiddit, n hard, stern old man, proud as a prince and as reservist and unsocial as ho was If rt only living relatives wore haughty. a gnindiiicce, Alice Fields, and a John Wilcox. iluhti Wilcox was a piosjn'rous Aich htnrt merchant, with a eoiufortablo Kink account and a landed and bond and stock citato that mado him 0110 of tho Quaker City's rirln'st nion. Ho "Vasnot on good terms with his nriMo-- t ratio olil gmndiuirle, who despised trade ami everybody who labored for a Ining. It is therefore not strange that t 10 latter totally ignored his granihiiece, j n tty Alico Fields, who was a.s oor as a i hurch inolice and a h:1kn1 toachor by decimation. .Inhn Wilcox was us nvuri nous as ho was wealthv, and when word was sent to him one day that old Jabe. Fields had diisl Middenly ho hastened at unco to the dead man's picturwpio man- h m and hiking himself in tho library Ixgan to M'lirch for his granduncle's will. To his jov, in a tin mx in which '! till Del UMil to Keep V.lllialtlO pKTS, ho found the document fur which ho was hunting. With trembling hands ho nnfolded the criup parchment, ran his vi over tho closely written lint and a ryofjoy ftcujioil him. H h;ul i undo Mile heir to the dend iiiau's estate. Murh chaiK'riiie.1 was he. therefore, when a letter f rum .Intiez Fields' lawyer, J.iiiii s Duiiuet, addrHMd to Mary: Smith, tho old man's housekeeper, was shown him. There was a biter will, and on tho d iv of the funeral tho lawyer would to tho old mansion to read it.' "He's probably left a god slice to t "iiio chanty," soliloquized Wilcox, after tlm housokeciKT had left the room, and still (onlldetit that what was 1. ft would mo to him ho nodded pityingly to his m hool teacher cousin when they met at tho funeral and mentally rtoled to lu.ike lior a lirewnt of tin dollars to bny a new hat, gloves and rimca, all of which nrtUles of apparel wero very shabby. It was a misty, lowering day and tho mansion weined more than ordinarily dull and gloomy when tho cousins returned to it after all that remained of their grauduiiclo had been laid at root. In patience they await d tho coming of the lawyer, lAit when 10 o'clock arrived an 1 ho did not put in an appearance tho h "UM'keopor showed them to their rooms and with the assistance of tho butler, to look up tho house. Tlnv-- two wero fixing tho fastenings to the big tmnt door when tho sound of carriage wnei Is crunching tho graveled drive was heard, and when Mary Smith ojenod the door Lawyer Dtinuot confronted her. "I have been detained, Mary Smith," he said, "and won't read tho will until tomorrow. I la von lire lighten in my bedroom, for this mist has penetrated to ho bktn; tho way, Mary, send mo up some hot water and a bottle of the old man's wln.sky. 1 think a punch Will do mo good." Tho housekeeper assured him that his wants should If attended to, ami tho influence of tho warm punch and the, firo sptedily made tho lawyer very drowsy. Before retiring ho took tho will front his pocket and laid it on tho antique mahogany table which stood iu tho middle of the room. Ho was an early riser, and when ho leniod outoflh-- the next morn-iti'- f his eyes turned instinctively to tho table. Ho started back with a gasp of astonishment. Tho will was gone. "Ha!" ho cried, rubbing his eyes. "That's strango!" And, without stojw I in f to dress, Ik, examined the fa,tonings mid windows. They wero of tluuloi all scare, and, although ho warched tho room thoroughly, tho missing will could not be found. Alter breakfast tho servants, Mary Smith and tho two cousins, assembled in the library and tho lawyer took a position iu tho center of tho room. "When J reached hero hist night," ho began, with his eyes on John Wilcox's face, "I had tho last will nnd testament of my old friend. Jabez Fields, in my possession," and then ho told of its myfcteri-on- s disappearance. II" kept his eyes fixed on John Wilcox's face, and tho latter shifted uneasily and changed color. "Do you mean to say that I hail anything to do with its disappearance?" ho blurted out at last. "I nccuso no one," answered tho lawyer quietly, and then ho asked for the will which had been found among tho dead man's papers by his grandnephew. When Wilcox produced it tho lawyer adjusted his spectacles, and with a look of commiseration directed toward Alico Fields said: "Unfortunately tho two witnesses to tho missing will aro dead, but I think wo can prove its existence and its contents. If Miss Field wishes" "No, no!" protesied Alico quickly. "Not for tho world," and when Lawyer Dannet began to read sheBlipped quiotly from the room. Thero wero tears iu her ryes as eho groped her way from thu . 1 grand-nijihoI 1k-i- ! j ! tin . I prix-eede- ' j ' The American Economist is tho week- pirty ly paper published by tho American Protective Tariff league for tho disseminaj IJ. tion of protective ideas. It goes into the Of (itatgow, is a candidate for Clerk ol thi Court ofliees of u large nuuilier of country f Aiiih iN, auhjtct to the .itlio'i uf the dert.ocricv TON 5 OF SNOW. in sympathy with protection, for A MILLION the puriKjso of enlightening tho brethren RICHARD C. Thr lYiirdil Itiiitti of 101 AihIiiiicIim from on the loauties of protection. .Mountain IVciU to (iulrli. This Economist is an "muoosin' littlo Is a C.tndiilnli for Auditor ortlie Siute ot About two thousanil fwt from tho ciish." It has for a long time been trytotlie will Ml lie Democratic pany. Denver and Rio Grande depot thcro Is a ing to disprove tho law that a nation mass of snow n one lump which con- cannot sell unless it will my, and that tains about one million tons of water. in international tnule, therefore, exports Tho mass represents a miow slide which and iuiiMirts must always The hiiiiiisI iriettinKof of the be equal, or r uriiersillc MrKmriy &She .torkholder Turnpitc Coffr' .Mill came down from tho summit of Kendall nearly so. In casting Moid Cj. will In held at Sit. firM Saturday about for facts mountain the night of Feb. '2,i. Tho with which to ifcir iti , fur 9 undermine this funda- in .ia)presidentat anda ltonr.1 u the nurrxncloruf en. inj a l)ireimr the jHiint where the snow broke from the mental tuing year. 15 principle J A lilM.Nb, I'res. apex of the mount tin is robably two absurdly enough of trado Tho Economist examined the statistics ami a half miles from the railroad track, of trade between two countries only, and tin" slide made tho mn according rather obto witnesses who heard the crash at tho viously than the simple and moro correct method of comparing the The shareholders of the Mait and tho crunch when it Htopjied in export! and imports of each country Kivcr TurnttiLp lvtufl ('.. llaiu'irs Fork ft tiOrcetl. ul'.rn..., less than two minutes. store at .McKiniie first "Saturday In My 1391 for biugly. Mond'iy night was a terror. Tho mer" i''iwwui encunr prekirieiit and Hoard of After Tho Economist's method of proof Directors for cjimuii jear cury had shrunk away down in the u could point to the tact that our exports "5 J XV f.lVI.NS, 1'res bulb, ami every one expected to we tho to England exceed our import from the climax of the btonu. About tJ o'clock country by about $200,01)9,000. Yet it great bankH of snow began to accumu- is well known that our imports from the late ami pile up in fantastic shapes on American markets south of us are now the mountain top. Then camo pulls of more than Tho annual meeting for tliceluction of a Prsl $100,000,000 above our lent a.ul llurd ol Dirriiors lor the Kni.b M wind as strong as it gal", and miniature to them, and The Economist I'nri'pike Co will be held at the First Natl'in.tl whirlwind wuriied hn and there all knows lust baturdayiii that England and tho United Haul, in Stanford hereby notified May 1891, and tx.kholilcrs are over the park, lining with tho loo-- o Stales exchange their debts in those 5 Chll'ION rOWLKIt, Pres. boards and sending up columns of sjort-iv- e Higher and thicker countries, wo sending England an execs snowllakes. of agricultural products, and England and duiker tho cloud battlements piled paying our debt iu Sonth America and over tho Animas canyon, while those up the West Indies with manufactured the Animas, like castles of light riding products ' The annual meeting of the stockholders of the which we try to exclude through Stafford on billows of resplendent silver, loomed Co. for high tariffs. In this way, by bills of ex- - flct lion 01t aHalls (Jap i'urnpiku ReadItncclrrs the l'rrnttlit;jtiil Jlrd of lor in magnificent grandeur. change, international debts are trans- the eii.uiti)! rar svill be hflri at Vandevrrr s lore Over and among those aerial mount- ferred, hi suihford t Silurdaj in May i8qi at a o'clock, and so in the long run export u15 J )'. 1.VNX, IVes. ains tho moon peejied through fitfully and imports will always be made equal. ami cast in a Hood of dazzling glory. Thero may bo in some caws a large By o'clock the storm was at it height. , excess of imports over exports, :is is true Tho wind tore thiough tho foliage on of England, to iiy interest on foreign tho hillside, and. battering at tho build1 he - UiM'stments, ocean freights, insurance TurnpistiKkhnldcrs hof the Stanford A: livtoil villc ing, hurled detiHiiee at mankind. Sor- premiums etc., or Co It their animal may Iw greater I'refiilHtH and will of Directors at eleitlon tor a exerts IVanl e lines of glittering firo gleamed the than imiHirts, as is tho ca.se with us, in at Turnersville at z p in from between the rents in the clouds, paying May. 1S91 K CASH, Pres. out commodities to meet thooe and loud detonations from tlio battle- '"'r husims. on high piotdaimcd tho match of ' same exjionse. iiicntK This is all very obvious, is in fact the "I never loan money except on good tho storm. said tho rich man whon he It was about midnight when above A, B, G of international trade. But nobody would have expected to see "'dslnsl, and Alice, with a great pain at tho roar of tho elements, tho far Wheal t and tears in her eyes, staggered clouds uiKjii old Kendall, above loud The Economist admit it. considering its 1 he stockholders of tic Rush llr.inch Turnpike tho 1st S.itunl.iv In tivr than walked from tho room, "crac-k-k- " was heard, then "crooch, lr.mtic effort to provo tho contrary. In ire nitifkeil to n.ect at Hubble the for the May lawyer Durinet followeil her into tho rruwh, crunch!" and then atho wholu ' a late number, however, Tho Economist sar to eleit a II ird of Directors(JIVKN, ensuing m C. C. Pres nau ami toueiieti nor arm. mountain h:dc seemed to bo coining with says: "Accept this from mo, madam, " lie a fearful .ind indescribable, crush. Thou"Probably no economic law is more Miid, in a low voice, and he placed a rigid than that a nation's imjiorts must sands of tons of snow wore shot out of bank bill in her trembling hand. "1 that wide sjmie above timber lino and in the long run lw paid for by its exstop here tonight and will call to see you piled into Idaho gulch, and brushing ' ports. If its export of goods fails short 1 he stockholder S: Hustor tomorrow." down everything before it. Trees, rocks, it must make up tiio deficiency by itsex-Io- Mill 'I urnpike Road nf th ill meet at Dr. Coffey's Co Sobbing her thanks she passed out into banks of froKen earth all shared in a of gold and If these are IIk'c in llustotisille the rtrst Saturday in Hrouu's Ma; '91 the night and liHMened with tleet slops common fate, and to see that monster continuously exported tho consequent at a o'clock p ni , fiir the purpose of electing a President and II.Mrd nt Dirclot (or tho ensuing docto the bedside of her husband. The G. C. I.YO.N, Pre 15 coming, as weuied, from the clond.s, scarcity of gold and, silver money will car. produce poverty and depression of prices tor was with bun, and ho whispered to would have it a grand sight. her that the crisis had passed, nnd if Thero was no stop to tho colossal mass until the import of goods is checked and there was no relapse Crnest Lowtou when it struck tho Hat Jinking its own the outflow of merchandise is, enlarged." would soon be well. road as it coiuxsl its race, filling in all ' Just what you have been denying all ' e to.Ui hlers of the Sijuilord and Milled e In the morning, much to her surprise, declivities, it continued on it.s mad rush along, and just the position taken by v 'iu ro. ill I', art I. will c!H.t Dlit clots nt Alice nreted a note in Lawyer M until it reached tho river. Instead of tho opjionent.s of McKinleyisni all over Mas urraji k hurc'i at q a. . first iutuid.iy It) handwriting bidding her ho.ten at stopping there it smeared a bridge for the world. Xow, after Tlio Economist WW St. virrRICK, President. oiico to tho old mansion. Krnest was itself and continued over tho railroad has learned the alphabet of trade, let it sleeping quietly, and leaving him to tho truck, carrying with it two telegraph go a step further, put two letters tocaro of a neighbor Mie hurried on out to poles, tho Y, and sjiread itself finally gether, and see if it does not inevitably HOUSE, "Oakdale." A servant ushered her into over tho town site, within 20(1 yards from follow from this rigid law that foreign P. B. R1I.EV, Proprietor, tho library, whom John Wilcox and nations cannot increase their - tho main street of Silverton. Kontucky. Lawyer Diiunet received her. Tho latter of our farm products and manufactures, London, Such a hhde has never before been seen I hase moscd ti nv new Hotel and em Wttei "pning iii as hho entered and grasped here, and to thos, who have never wen excipt as wo increase our purchases te;iir d th in ercr to accommodate the ptbhr both her hands. and every coiisenicucc d(. ocd all one and an; skeptical of its tremendous from them; and that therefore when irrd. l.isiry me 0ic' call. disc "I congratulate joh, Mrs. Lowton," energy, we invite their attention to this wo elect tariff barriers to diminish imFRANK RII.EV. 77 ho Miid. "Tho missing will, which one liofore goinu' elsewhere. Onco be- ports wo thereby strike a blow at onr makes you your graiidunclo'.s solo hoir-it- fore in tlio history of this town has export trade; that in protecting our has leon found, and Mr. Wilcox will Idaho gulch bhdu como down, and tho manufactures iu the homo market wo that make no foulest." was in ISTil. when it barely reached tho injure our funners in their foreign mar"Tho will found!" echoed Alico. ket. "Yes, and I'm left out in tho cold!" river. The snow lies s fftt solid on the railOn tlm W.triutli mailed John Wilcox. "Allow mo to the track. At tho it Judge Lawrence, one of tho political congratulate you," and ho stalked an- - road least l.'JO feet foot of It isgulch of deep. is nt full wool shepherds of Ohio, gnly ftoni the room. timK'r trees from six inches to two feet the treasuiy department is trying to have .. ,1 .1. ..!' rule that all . im . into splinters, ;.::? , i carjK't wools shall pay double ' weighiug tons aro w..ttrrl through it, . iraieiiiau, ami no drew ins cnair towaru while the entire Kxly is as solid as ice l duty. A.s it is, the duties aio much tho one on which Alico sat in htiqiefied wlf. People go every day to view this higher than under tho old law, and have already ennsed wonder, hardly Kdieving her ears. "You giant price of the mortmains, ami it will con advance 10 per tho or of carpets to know that when I was hero tho night ceait. more. Manube a wurce of interest until it facturers of carpets say that if Judge aftT tho funeral of Mr. Fields that tho tinue to mrJts iM'tieath the rays of our July sun. will, which makes you his sole heiress, Iiwreix'e succeeds in getting the deciSilverton Miner. m ysti riously disappeared. Last night sion ho is demanding mauy claves of h,l'I)t Ul t,lu room t,mt ' occupied on that earpet wool will bo absolutely shut out X2. IS. FA2i3I22R, An AiiIiuhIk ;iulilt"ft uf I.lliritj. :.... of the country. As we ruk-- pr.ictically When unfortunate awoko Air. Ba,l, of Chicago, was giving an ik) carpet wool ourselves, our carjiet tins morning tho will was lying on tho table just wheie I left it six mouth ago entertainment in Lawreneebnrg, iu makers will thus be compelled to conIt looked like magic, and I couldn't ex- which each businc of rb.o town was fine their operations to the less dirable STAM CRD, UKN1 ITCKV, plain tho matter until ona of thu serv- represented b s0nie young lady diess-- d imported wools. Wo imported $1,000.- - If js a lljrber Minn on Mail street, op i , an I'lvitrn share of yptil ants said that ho had seen me prowling in such a manner as toadrerti'o the 0u0 nouuds of cartt wool last year. po it. I'ortai atron.i f i' rt .uttntiuis tcutki''e a Is am' wares of tho ariotn lines of merchan iiUmt tho garden fully droned at 'J which was moro tlun of M' 1' il,t- - anil U c ' tlildr'r Wt.rk ' neatness and du o'clock this morning. Tlnn 1 reniem dise. thclit,.! ssl onr entire imports of wool. superintendent of Iwri'd that when I was a boy A prenoos achievement of Judge Law- patch ued to Mr. James Johti-vuiwalk in my sleep, I thought I had out- tho electric light work, was among rence was to get tiie tre.'ury depart grown tho habit, but it is evident that those reprewnted, and hi display was ment to Ux common gout's luiir at the Mrs. rate of combing wools, thus excluding i while iu a somnambulistic state I hid certainly unique nnd original. tho will, and under the samo iniluence Georgia Nowlui repiesented tho lii'ht irom i no country, as ne is ;igaiu on u MAGIC Sho was drcswd in some light, fluffy warpath the carpet makers are said t found it again." Philadelphia Times. material, relieved ny trimmings or tho stand in fear and trembling, hurdiv A lint CIIiiiIm Wins throe national colors. Around her had knowing whether to order curtain for-- ( Did you know that a rat is a good boos woven a perfect network of wires, eign wools lest n decision should bo CHOLERA CURE! HcrolNitr No? Well it is, as an incident each ouo connecting with an incandesmade taxing theni at a double rate be--i ,l""1 " ' " ,V,,UW" m" 1WS cent light iu a colored globe, and tho foro they should rrAch New York. Tlio " """ tl.eo her night prove. Thero globes to tho number of twenty-fivl'" political shepherd i inexorable; ho ha9 fastened to her dress, her hair, and one ivct ntly declared that ho wants all im-is an eievator in itto esiaoiibiiuient, bj a wiro cable an inch in di- resting on the top of her head. jiorts of wool and hair to lo prohibited. ameter. One night while tlio employes Tlio wires weio connected with the of tho place weroat work there attention main wiro on tho stieet, and when the Unhappy Silk W'orKurs. was attracted by a moving object on tho curtain was raised (tho room haing The silk industry of this country is cable. An examination showed it to bo been previously darkened by putting out protected from iiO to (50 er cent, "for a rat .rapidly making its way up from tho gas) the electric circuit was com- tho benefit of American labor." But tho basement to tho top floor by tho most pleted, and standing erect with one labor in tho bilk industry is not happy. industrious "shinning." light in her right hand in imitation of j Master Workman Kaminski, of tho Soino time ago ouo of tho men about tho Barthohli statue, a flood of light United Silk Workers of North America, tho place reported that ho had seen a rat fchone from her, brilliantly illuminating claims that in tho past twelve months working its way up tho cable. Ho was tho vast auditorium, while tho audience wages havo lieon cut down in eomo cases laughed to scorn by his incredulous as- - held its breath in suspense until tho as ninch as 50 per cent. hociates, but tho truth of tho operation curtain descended and tlio current was No wonder thou that at tho recent was established in tho mouths of two or turned off, and then, amid a shower of meeting of tho silk workers they passed three witnesses, so that it cannot bo sue- - applause, tho anno performance was tho following resolutions: Thousands of dollars worth of chickdisputed. Youugstown Tele- - peatetl. Cor. Indttniopolis Sentinel, Whereas, Tho silk Industry of tho United ens tiro destroyed by Cholera every ' State, dooliito the hicli protective ttirltl, is nt gram. present iu a most clrplorublu condition, rai;cs year. It id moro fatal to them than v Ki.Klipr Mint C.imliliio. ' being so low that bkllled operators uro seeking l.lKht In thu Meail. all other diseases combined. JJnt tlio view of tho fact Tho latest combination has just been other occupations, and In ribbon weavers that discovery of a liquid remedy that A Newark woman got to acting a lit-- ! slnco lssa tho w.iio.'. of have tie queerly, but her husband didn't mind effected among the Jewish butchers of mlucod ft jnir cent., bo it destroys tho Microbes has been it much, and first thing he know hho had the city. Tho price of Kosher meat h:is Hcsolvul, Thnt tho represeutitlves of tho consequence, and thero has United States SitU Workers of North America, made. Half of the young chickens given away all her diamonds, if'2,000 in advanced iu now Iu hCSoioa, aro killed by Microbes before they tiro cash and all her clothes but one rig. Sho arisen much dissatisfaction among tho can Ubor not tottpteal to thu friend. of Amerijmrchii.se bilk fubrkyof foreign In tho southern part uianufitcturo, which aro uctually inferior to fryera. A bottle U enough for gave to strangers, and they walked off Jewish lesidents. 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, behoving her to bo a great humanitarian, of tho city every Jewish butcher has thot mado here; and bo it KcKolved, That I u our opinion neither protecjoined tho new movement, wliilo in tho Detroit Freo Press. after using two thirds of a bottle, you tion nor freo trtulo beuefits tho workman, j northern portion only a few continue wo tharvforu call upon nil aUk workers v, ho and nro not satisfied with it as a cure for are Not Under tho ituies. selling at the old figures. Prices have unorganised to bund themselves together into Cholera, return it to the druggist from and tho the national body, and it in our further opinion "Chief Two Strikos can't havo lost been advanced about purchased it, and ho will only protection anyjhing in this war." orthodox Jews havo staring them in the that thowill bo thai they workingmen will ever whom you give thomsolves. receive refund your moucy. faco tho alternative of getting "Why not?" Bat protection is given upon the plea "Two Strikes nan never be ont." less meat for their money or depriving that it will guaraiiteo "good wages and Iror alebyW II McKobetls, dnifgitt, StanPuck. themselves. Philadelphia Times. ford. steady employment." ' i lioueo and tnniod her 8t ps toward the city, but hhe wiped tiem away nnd walked very fust. When' she reached her humble homo sho could no Ioilg- r keep them back, but threw herself upon tho loutign sobbing bitterly. Ho violent was her grief that who tliil not hear tho door open, but hlu htartod up with a little cry of fright when n strong arm was paWd around her idender w.dat and a iiuintacuod mouth brushed her cheek, "lit nest!" hho exclaimed, starting up "ies, dear, it is I, wild Lrnest how-toand ho kissed away tho tears. "I met Lawyer Dimnet a few moments ago and ho told me tlio wholo story, ul.o would not luuo dared come. You are htill my poor, hard worked littlo school teacher sweetheart, and I want you to bo my wife. If that will had not so mysteriously disappeared I should have Milled tomorrow for South America." "Oh, Krnest!" she gasjied. "How cruol!" and then nulling ultimo lwsido him she forgot all alout her disnppoint-nil-lin the enjoyment of a blissful and reciprocal love. A few weeks thev were married, and for months livid very happily. In the meantime, there lieing no opposition, the will which .John Wilcox had found was probated, and ho took the dead man's estate. Having been a very careless man so far as business was concerned, .labe. Fields had left his affairs in a decidedly complicated state, and Lawyer IJuunet was kept busy trying to evolve order out of chaos. Alico had been a wife about live months when her husband was stricken with a low fever. Alico nursed him faithfully, and their littlo hoard giew Miialler and smaller until only a few dollars remained. She had had no in- tcrconrsc with her cousin since tho day of JiiIk-Fields' funeral, but now when tho life of him wiiom she loved was menaced she plucked up the courage to ivhk her lich relatno for u small loan. Wilcox had taken up his residence at tho old mansion, ami tliero she found him busy in consultation with Lawyer Dimnet. Timidly and in halting sentences she made known tho uaturo of 1 ' iTSSSslffiilttisinrTi CONFESSING THE TRUTH. A W. E. VARNON li n candidate in fill out tprm Protection Orsun Sev it Orrnt Light. Judge inadi tucantby unexpired of olC otintr lUpiirlH, IiujtortK it nil Itiiliincn uf Tntiltt. Vnriiun, subject to the the death the judge r W action of Dtmncratic i3MM LTTTTtIJU OHice Jon Main Dr. A. S. PRICE, SUKGHO.v V,-- 1 DF.NTIST. . II. McRoberts' street, over Drug btore, htanfard. JAS. MARTIN, DR. W. 13. PENNY, receotlr Ky. . jm-Ier- rt Dentist. Office So iti side Main street, office yacated by Dr. L. K. HulTnisn, in Stanford, I j j WARREN Ken-tick- jr. oiiini-L- t For Sals Twenty iSuilclinj; In the I Turnpike: Election. Sali-t- corpora Iots limits of Rowland. ' J Rowland, First-clas- s 'I J. DARST. Rosland. THE SHELTON HOUSE, J. U GREER, Proprietor. it Turnpike Election. - - Kentucky. at reaonahle rates. Open day and night. Sample room and i;ood livery in connection accimmodnHo-.- s ieral pnsws-douo- f Turnpike Election. I am vsell prepared to bore wells and will do the work in a good manner and pronlptly ex-lor- ts 1 At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me Mtt at SUnlord, Kentucky. L. T.SMITIi. Turnpike Election. fir-- FOB, GAcL2S Containing cnnsei-y 1 I Lot on Main Street in Stanford imo acres, r R W VM'OV, S tantard. ' P- - - im. JL.. 15. COOK, SURGEON, ille ! Turnpike Election. 1 1 PHYSICIAN stanpord,:ky. AND ! Oniceosor McRoherts' Drue Sfre Residence, James 11 Owens property at the junction ct and Dansllle pikes. 100-d- m school-'lous- fir'tS-tuda- y 111 1 I ' R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. Turnpike Election. DENTIST. OfEceon Main street, opposite Portman House, up stairs, Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless xtractin?. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. , I. M. BRUCE, j Turnpike Election. ms, first-class w m m p stable, STANFORD, KY. SPKCIAI. ATIENTlONto COMMERCIAL travelers. Horees and mules bought and sold. Only horses ind vehicles used in livery rt I j ln-e- n CAp-q- cr Notice of EIectins. (. 11 Dun-net'- s Paid For Hides arid Fnr, T ' THE RILEY M. F. M-ij- ELIQN Stanford, & CO.'S, My. pun-haw- s j r , ' I j Farmers BanJM Trnst Co. OF STANFORD, KY Is fully orcaiiued and ready for business w ilk -- s, i ' Ar-nl- n. Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - - $200,000. 15,000. "... : vet :r?"r. ,.":""" ,. 1 . , ' it-- i 1 1 TONSOIUA, ARTIST, firt-rl.Iliiii-e. I I 1 I sL'CCnSSOU toTHK LINCOLN NATIONAL, HANK OK STANFORD, kNow closing up) with the same assets uud under the same matiagi'ment. I!y provisions of its chatter, depositors ure ax fully protected as aio depositors in National Hanks, its shareholdcii, being held individually liable to the extent ot the amount of their stock therein at liie p..r saltie thercol, in addition to the amount invented in such shares. It may acta executor adinimttratur, trustee, &c, as fully iw an individual 1o tlioe who intrusted their buisir.ess to ns while rmiaKitiK the Lincoln Naticual Hank of e se here tender our in.mv thanks anal .Stanford, they will continue to traniact their business with us. offdriiiK nii,u.ruiitc-- lor prompt atlen-tir- n to same, our lAtnty years' experience in hinkinj and as lihinleciiiuinodations as are cob ststent with sound trrt PIkictoks: J J. Williams, Mt. Vernou; J. M. Had, hlanlnrd; J S. Ow',y, Munfnrd ; S.J. Knibry, Stanford ;) , li. J btnnfird; A. W. C.rpeiiti'. Mi'Vd 'evi1'": J. K. IhtHghtfinii, lii.u.is'.Ut. J. F. Ccj'.i, huuiu.J; . Williaai G h, Slaa'.fd. S. II. Shanks, President. J ovlfr, Cjt.hier sjY. M. IltiRht, Tiller. lli pe J. M ItJii'hniii f? "i 1! It m-.n, 1.-. three-quarte- rs 1 , SS-c- AIMTER' t e IFoxxa. I For t.n . bus-jiend- ' Sal. )..... . K 1 I int a'wul su tarns f 'ur !.... 1. ..11 541 I tc the old church There 'vhc-a- t and ryo; the balance '" " tunsursy. liood dwelling l t.nehn nnd a ilenlid new r. T...I an. I f.fiti.fl For particulars, so v J. P. hsfclseniminedi.tciy. Icy, Mm ii, or wrue ine nni.rrsuiica at il desire to sell mv .1 u ish ilrai.cl. r- laitt 1,'i i ( re- ri...," . ot ahout 130 acres, situ-- 'i rt!i nf Stanford 011 tlu - m u c'i I'-- Crcirnrt! ',-- I WI'IIIEUS. j , -- jxmj-tix- 50-ce- nt . I one-thir- d, one-thir- d Ilavinj' removed mj' Itarber Shop to the Corn mercial Hotel, I aui prbpared to accommodate ladies as svell as sentleracu in anyllun); tbey msr wish 10 my line. Children alto waited on. Cat nme. JESSE THOMPSON, luCommerclat II owl. w. v- - , . tic- - i - ,' i c v and second and on like motion nnd see ond the convention adjourned sine die. D. U. Collikh, Clin. Published Every Tuoaday and Friday Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT W. B. Mops Soc'y. S -- JPKR YEAIW jVDVANOK o paid 'HAPPY JACK." A. B. ROBERTSON BRO'S CUT PRICES ON DRESS GOODS ! h When not $2.50 will be charged." States a Few Good Things and Things Not to Do. Bad to do ih Don't undertake to beat tho law. Tho average "saint" is apt to be a "law-abiAfter an immense sale of fine imported Dress Patterns, vc have ?; left, all as choice, fresh nnd new shlc as any sold. 'Iht.sc c have 5 ing man ami win take everything in sight, if the law allows, no matter who local time card. it belongs to. 1 30 pni Mail train going North D ' South " 131pm Don't borrow your neighbor's garden m Express train " South it 59 P North 311am tools and farming implements, except in 6 5'J am tACtl Freight North They arc the very latest ideas from Paris, Herlin and London, and we extend you a cordial invitation to come and see them. If ' Slip m the dead of winter. If you will adopt To close. South. The latter trains alto carry passengers, this plan you will be apt to havo a supyou want any kind of a Dress Wool, China Silks, Grenadines, Kmb. Surah, Hlack Lace, Challie, Organdie, Gingham or even a Calico The above is calculated on standard time. Solar ply of your own. Don't ask for his umwe can and will make it to your advantage to come to see our line. time is about o minutes faster brella when it's raining or warm. Learn to look at a fellow when you LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. have injured him; look him in the face A protracted tneutinc will hetfin nt and say, "I have dono wrong;" and to Than any House in Central Kentucky. We mention below as much as our space will permit, but it will give you only a faint idea of what tho Christian church, Monday night, the little boy who asks you a hard ques we have. next. tion don't say "I don't know." When An orchestra hns been organized in you have learned this other people will town. The members aro Homer Uataon, begin to say you aro smart, but you will Ode ShuRars, Casey Owsley, John Farra know better. S20 00 Anj S30 00 Suit now reduced to and Louis Landram. Don't grow bigger as an individual 16 00 $25 00 j; Miss Georjjie Hamlin, tho actress, than tho thousands whom you have the We have a full line of all the new weaves and colors in piece goods who has been tjuite ill at the Miller Ho- honor to represent ollicially; you will $23 50 15 00 and are offering very low prices. We call attention to 3S-iwool tel for some time, has siillieiently recov- get lonesome before you find any one 520 00 3 SO ered to be removed to her home in Cam- else who thinks you that big. checks at 25c, worth 45c. All wool Plaid and Stripes worth 60c for in 00 $19 00 bridge, III. Don't take too many liberties about Mohair only 25c. I'me all wool Chnllics only 45c. 10 00 43c. Carey Mullins, a colored man, was your "friends'" premises; the first thing 5i7 50 We show moie than 50 pieces fine nil wool nnd Silk Warp Hlack before Judge Hemphill Tuesbay, charg you know you will have gathered up 9 00 S3 50 Goods from 40c to J?2 yard. ed with selling whisky on "Battle How." lots ot little things about his place that 6 75 $10 00 Six cases were dismissed and he was fin- aro "no account" or that ho "don't CuV Kvcry desirable weave reptesented. The cheapest fine dresses ever you saw. ed in two other cases $."0 each. need" nnd while he don't say much he The loud peals of the fire bell keeps up a mighty thinking nnd feels brought out our citizens at a lively gait like he has a sore back ami a familiar Ta,c hou,ul lacc curuilK'' ,cr Hill's Semper Idem Cotton.. 4 Monday morning about 8 o'clock. The man grows contemptible just liko a fi60 Lonsdale cambric pair 10 alarm was caused by the burning out of a lthy man grows lousy. $1. 50 black Chantilly Flouncing All sill; blacc Grenadine We have a fresh line of these 65 10- -4 Mohawk wheeling chimney at Dr. Kinnaird's residence on 24 Don't fight a man whom you know as we arc rcclucrii to i per yard (.) X. T. for go1 Four Black satin stripe Grenadine, you can't whip, nor tho one whom vouiinost desirable goods, Stanford street. No damage done. 15 As the fire encine was being pulled will dignify when you do whip him. Icontinuallv receiving new patterns. Oo! 51.75 Flouncing down to 51.25 New Chiffon Ruching r-i 1 l TTr Don't drink whisky until you spit All Silk Grenadines at 65 c; Satin out of its house Monday morning to an65c 46 inch net red to 45c. polka dot net 15 swer the alarm, one of the large wheels dust and until one who smells your All others in proportion. . stripe do. at 90c. Finer grades So French organdies China silks 25c and 40c broke through the floor, causing consid- breath can't tell whether he is behind Silks in beauDotted Swisses China 5 Chenille porticrs for 5 00 25c to 65c erable delay and hard work to tho fire or before you, and then tell a man who on up to S2. Fast black plaid and stripe company. Wouldn't it be a good idea never has drunk whisky how to keep so- tiful colors and designs, " .... Chenille 5io to have tho old trap torn away and put ber; let him tell you. Lawns S?i.oo 2.j.jn. printed China silks per wide at $ per yard. Choice goods Fast Hlack Satine Corsets 10c to 25c with a police . Hush that old hue and cry about up a new engine-housLace Curtain Scrim... . 5 zephyr ginghams for evening dress, both in suits 40C-inyard 00 25c court-roo- m above? It a wonder that "dying right" live right. I do hate to Pear's and Cuticura Soaps 2S-iembroidered ginghams.... 15c '5 American P. D.. Corsets sun doesn't set it on fire. hear a fellow singing about his "home and by the yard. 75 the I nrtic riKK.l I i?l. T. ...... 33 50 in. Gloria cloth per yard.. It was rumored on the streets that over there," when his home over here S3 Hest outing cloth 12 'jc Ginghams...."...!!'. RCai unen 2S: an application would be made last Mon- has the window glass all broken out and Pure linen lawn, printed 20c day to the county judge for the privilege his part of the vineyard looking like he This line is full with all the nov-- ' Hest Oil Window Shades 3Sj Colored cmb. black floun- ' of taking the vote on local option in this had never cut a weed or brier in his ces cities of the season in tinsel nnd Ladies' 'Peerless' Hlack Hose 25' Hest Indigo Calicoes 51.25 to 54 05 district, but the petition was not pre- life. . .!, t ""I . t snaues on spring rollers -- 51 Hest mourning calico Let your best friend jump on you with jewel trimmings, Drains, veivcis, -There was an act passed by the sented. 05 0 INew ' last legislature granting the privilege of both feet. I expect you need it; and large pearl buttons, lace chiffon Pungce wash silks, per yard 75 Hest shirting calico 05 holding an election on this question up- then he will be sure to keep off your real ruchings, Crepe De Chine, &c, Ladies' lull regular hose 5 Hest apron ginghams on a petition signed by at least 20 quali- enemy. 150 Incl!cK' Pink, blue and white vests... Prices to suit any purse. '5 Check Cotton 05 Bridle your tongue. A good a friend &c. fied voters being filed with the county judge. If there is ever another fight on as I havo told me that one trouble with this question here, look out for the fur many men was not that they didn't talk enough, but that they talked too much. to fly. Col. J. K. Fdiilkner was here tho I thought he meant me; have thought first of the week. E. C. Walton, the about it a good deal since. popular business manaser of the I. J., Don't monkey with another man's was here in the interest of the "best wife or dog. He will kill you on sight -- There were .(00 cattle on upon them by dip nets and faiu-- fishing MT. SALEM. the Win and cheapest" Monday. W. G. DunJnp every time and be aequited at tho ex SALE OR HUNT. tackle, seem to hold their own pretty cheater market Monday, none above me of Camp Nelson, were here amining trial. and wife, hns a nice, "II.vriv Jack." Miss Rachel Bradshaw Well. illlflll ll.tbt lir)llittt titiil ffitiiliwifi from mt, ....... Monday nnd Tuesday. D.m Lyons was . , ' Stanford, April 20. nrrinrlv select school lioinc on at this xuv VC1J T cairnuie JKesiuence 3 to 31. in our city a few days this week. Col. placj now FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Collier and w. A. uerKele, ot the LouisMoilte FOX Sold for Fox A Rice to And Dantille atreel Hon. It. 0. Warren uml Dr. Clardy Ih houif On account of the rain people are in Kwu trpalr nd vontumi c luumi. 1 lie vrd i. were here Monday. Bpoke ville custom-housat Springfield Monday and pre- behind in farming operations, but since Robert Land bought of T. J Hill a Simon Wheil, for M. tioldsinith, of .New luge and twautilul jiiJ altogether Harry Giovanalli represented tho DanYork, 73 1,250 pound cat tin til 5 cents ville Advocate hero Monday. The Eu- sented their claims, but a dispatch to the late favorable weathorset in they are lot of heifers at 3 cents. Tho Pluco 1h ono of tho Moat Do- cents. D. C. Turhune, It. F. Iogan sold to Simeon Weil 13 and 10 head at chre Club was entertained Tuesday ev- to tho Courier-Journsays "the greater progressing finely. litfhtful in Town. Mjbbcs Miller. ening by the of Harrodsburg, hold Saturday 10 fancy of demonstration was reserved for Dick At George W. Kites' tho otlier day head extra fat cattle at 4 J cts. Will ( or rem on cajr termi 15 hand yearling mare mules for $2,000 A. T. Nunnelley bought of G. I Warren, candidate for auditor. After he we were shown an odd freak of nature. MISS MAKV K. VAKNOV GARRARD REPUBLICANS. to Bethel Howard, of TcnncriAce, and J,'tl Sunlunl, Kj had finished discussing national politics It was a pig with only three legs. It Carter a pair of mare mules for SJOo. The Bradley Men, as Usual Victorious. bought 2S choice ones out of 3h of J. II. he entered upon the discussion of Statu was alive at last accounts. John Bl.inkenship bought of Dr. Pursuant to the call, or printed no- affaire. While he trested all of his opVandivere at $05 and 10 of A. B. Kirbv ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Alexander Stansberry, of Mt. Cal- Ramsey, of Garrard, a young jack for tice, for a republican convention in Lan ponents with tho utmost courtesy and at $4)7. Danville Advocate. Semilh ind MnVei Slrcctt, was blessed with a ?::oo. caster, to appoint delegates to tne re- respect, he talked plainly about the vary, Casey county, -- Corn is selling at ?1 per barrel in r a few days hinco in the shape There is a shoe store in New York that Loulsvlllo, - - - Kontucky, publican State convention at Lexington management of Stute n flairs. Ho rethe crib and is rather hard to buy at boy. It was tho first event of employs a number of men to wear and on May 20, said convention met on the viewed tho candidacy of Maj. Norman ns of a fine WIM. OI'HN MONDAY, MAR , that price. the kind that ever happened in his "break" shoes for its customers. It is an Hiving (old 27th of April. K. P. Owsley sold to llahr & Kahn, a continuation of the Hewitt dynasty, household, although he and his estimable ojt exceedingly painful employment and the on JrfenMi .treet.u.ir entire Iniereit Intothe hotel, wr lu The chairman, Hon. It. A. Lurnside, holding moved our old of Middlesboro, 5,f00 pounds of bucket that his continuance in office wife have been married 14 years. Und that wr ixcupled for )ear mi mct.ifullr men soon get almost unable to walk. called the meeting to order, and after will have been for 12 long years on Seventh and Market UtreU, are now fiitinirit ri cts. lard at at the m in clwnl .hape, new throughout and thu out- A mule was missing from tho stable explaining the object of tho call, an- close of tho present term, and John B.iugh, of Boyle, bought of J. that if a of James H. Thomas on Tuesday mornIs it not funny to see thu great I'nit-e- d fit willlrtrvrry way he leRai.l. Including ..ne ol ' nounced that nominations for perma-Bn- t dynasty is to be permitted at all in a re "'! r.iet.,r .Le 'S'"? It. Molen, of Wayne, a pair of good Suites of America the banks v.itnall trie late iR.prorment luggage vim allot Ve chairman were in order, whereup- publican form of governmeat, it ought ing and was supposed to have been stol work mules for ?''50. ..... u.u emu 10 r mc JHU re lit in our old homo call for payment of tho not to bonds We iiromlie you that our e lahle on Hon. D. It. Collier and Hon. Win. not to continue longer than V2 years, en. Having a peculiar foot ho was easiThe winners at Lexington Wednes- which wo promised to pay7 Wo hint the lull Iwfccnnd t n.,m in riHnit, Myand ervl-the land wf... Mr. ly tracked and beyond Hustonvillo was illerkelo were placed in nomination. Jo It. Alctaiirfrr. wmii l he to all Vale '01, Minnie C, money to meet the debt four times over, mirlady fnenui am. the will be ulail to tee them inougii jiaj. Gorman is demanding n found running loose on the piko. There day were AVm. Herkele, Jr.. attempted to with anil give them a lirattvrrrp,ti rare J; Per day further continuance in office. Ilin sug- were two horsesmissing the same night Robespierre and Leumbria, but the late Connress threw it away. IO II AIKXANDl.lt, Manager ' draw the nomination of Hon. Win. Her. gestion J. L. Totten lost a fine Garraid that, under the decision of the at Yosemite, but wo have not heard iele, which was opposed by Col. J. K. Court of Appeals, tho Tato defalcation Chief brood maro Tuesday night. He Faulkner. The voto being taken, Hon. had been made possible through the cul whether they were found or not. farmed her out last season for ?1L'5. Wo were at county court at Liberty D. K. Collier was declared elected to tho P. W OREEN, Proprietor There is n pig at Junction City, Kas., pable neglect of tho dynasty, was the oc- Monday and found a small crowd in atchair. On motion W. B. Moss was se- casion of such a demonstration as the tendance. It was horse show day and which weighs 1,535 pounds. It is be I haverecrnlly taken charge 01 lected as permanent secretary. thii well known lieved to be the largest hog in the world democrats of this county havo never Hotel and intrnd keeping u at it prctent high f ROYAL MUVl ji V - 1 Tho chair on motion then appointed seen before. Though a stranger to the there were some line ones on exhibition, on four feet. tlandard. Special attention given to the traveling WtTl r public. but we were not present and failed to "W. C. Montgomery, W. T. West, J. D. A. O. Lucas bought in Owen county people, Mr. Warren set them wild with take notes. Gilbert, candidate for atGulley and 15. V. Jennings a committee, excitement, and he was applanded by First-clas- s 40 stock steers at an average of $:S5 per who retired, and after some time spent every voice as having had tho courage to torney general, made a speech and seem- head and a few fat cattle at 4 j cents. In connection Alto ed to make a good impression. We Georgetown in deliberation, reported the following say what he believes to bo true. Times. called as usual on your Quaker corresresolutions: Pool and Billiard The Lexington races began Tuesday Mr. Warren's speech did more to Kksolved. That wc approve the call strengthen tho cause of democracy in pondent, JeBS, at his old stand at Mr. with line weather and excellent eport. of the republican State eentril commitWhipp's Btoro nnd found him as bright tee for a State republican convention at this county than anything that has been and smiling as usual. By the way, Jess Tho winners were Michael, Porlaw, FarNATIONAL BANK Lexington on May 20. '01. done hero in the present decade. To- is a good fellow and wields a ready pen, aday, Bermuda (the latter beating Ri2. That we heartily endorse the ad- night he is surrounded by an admiring . OK STANFORD, KY. moves him only now and ley, who didn't get a place), and Kngar-taministration of President Harrison ng crowd and his courageous utterances are but the spirit then to write. Cattle are moderately active in Cinhaving been eminently wise, effective the praise of all." Capital Stock nnd patriotic. Judge W. G. Raines has bought a cinnati, with best shippers at 5, comSurplus 16,600 3. That the following persons be and farm on tho highlands over mon to choice butchers L'J to 5.G0; hogs Roll of Honor. Attention of the public it invited to the fart to the said thov aro hereby appointed Following are the names of pupils of looking Liberty and has lam oil Ins ju- went up 20 to 30 cents, best bringing tliAl thiU tho only National Hank in Stanford , State convention from Garrard county, Crab Orchard Under the prouiioni of the National Dank Act' 5.40; sheep aro in good demand at 4 to school who are DO per dicial robes and resumed tho grubbing-hoeA crium of tartar baking powder Ilighett of depositors are tecured not only by the capital W. 0. Bradley, D. It. Collier, all In leavening itrcnjth. - I.atcit U. S Governwhich ho knows how to use with 01; lambs 7 to 10. stock, but by the ttockholdcra liability lor an Win, Berkele, K. A. cent, aud over in deportment and attenWin. Herndon, Food Report amount eijual to the ttock.no that drpoutort of Kurnside, W. T. West, W. J. Lan- dance for the month ending April 2Gth, as much expertuess as he did the gavel. the 'ltli annual sale of Bcllo Meade ment this Institution are iccurcd by a fund of Jioo.ooo. Five sworn statements of thocnndition of the bank dram, K Ritchie, J. K. Faulkner, Al 1891: and hoped that not many yearlings, near Nashville, was the most It is believed are made tach year to thu United States govern Dunn. Boston Dillion. W. Mc 0. JohnMinnie Munday 'JO, Annie Sigler 00, years will elapse before, liko Cincinim-tu- s successful of them all, 43 head averaging A, G. LAM.IIAM, John n. castlkman. tnetlt and its utsets are examined at staled tunes ston, W. G. Dunlap, James L. Duncan, Ada Gover 05, Bettio Edmiston 00. by government agents, thus securing additional of old, he will be called from tho SI, 103. The get of Enquirer averaged Win. Cook, W. B. Moss. Richard and perfect safety to depositors. fcracio Tudor 00, Belle Sigler 'Jo, Bcrta plow hnndle back to his late position. 51,413, Iroquois 21,014, Luke Blackburn's Thit institution, originally established as the Win. Collier. W.Ct Montgomn- .. It Deposit llank of Stanford in i8j8, then rv, w. m lit 1. wooiioik, ill win. Timor, J, i James 05, Susie Dillion 03, Alice Mooro Since George Stone has gone to Knox-vill- o $023 and Bramble's $8S0. (red an the National llank ol Stanford In i'6sund Gulley. Thomas M.Johnston.Tyro West, ; 95. Eva Steger 00, Mamie DoBordo 0(5, a the First National llank of again Hani Cochran, of Garrard, had a his brother Boyle wanders around . , TntnpnU.iv. Win. Carter. John Brown. - .. . . Stanlnrd in ibSj, has had practically an uninterrupted fxistencuof )ears It is better supplied orphan. May hucccsh and maro mule colt foaled tho other day liko a lono WmrCafter, Wm. Berkele, Jr.. Len now with lacilities for trantactinif business prompt White, H. F. Jennings, John C. Boner 100,. Linda Tucker 00, Andrew Dillion good luck follow Georgo wherever ho measuring 3 feet 7 inches in height. It jy and liberally than ever before in its loug and Bronaugh 00, Joo Bailey 05, may go, for few lawyers aro made of bet- was by the lino jack of A. J. Acton that WMV...U.I. vM.cci. Simpson. 00, Geo. illinium hi cnrpornilOns nuu- and Thomas ciaries, linns and individuals respectfully s he recently bought of C. C. the said delegates aro hereby Henley Bastin 100, Phil Pettus 03, Geo. ter material than he. Tho Isaak 4. That McCluro for The Directory of this llank is composed ot instructed to vote as a unit on all nomi- - DeBordo 01, James Bronaugh 01, nround Liberty so far this season 500. made before said convention and T. I. Foster, of Stanford; In our horso columns tho descripMoore 0i ' Henrv ijeBonle ,0' don't seem to have tho usual success in Forcstus Keid, Lincoln county; on all questions of every character aris- - "'"r,0", J V. Ilaydvu, Stanford; 0j, Charles Slaughter 0.. capturing tho finny tribe. One thing is tion and pedegreo of Ran lall, the graud B & CASTLEM S. It. Ilaughman, Lincoln; ins before tho said delegation, or in said Levi J. W. Smith, Prin. convention; that is the voto of tho whole M. I. Miller, Mt. Vernon; painfully apparent, there aro several va- inbred Messenger stallion, property of MANAGURS, S. 1'. liar. Lincoln; delegation shall be cast as a unit, acrieties disappearing from the waters, W. II. Jackson it Co., London, can bo J. S. Mocker Stanford; George W. Childs avows himself one wording to tho will of tho majority of seen. Like all of the Messenger t ribe, Commerce Building, Louisville. G. A. Lackey, Lincoln; tho favorite red-ta- il of those who believe it a mistake to put among which aro T. I. Hill. Stanford: delegates present. he is a very fast trotter and would no w. made by Col. W. J. Lan- - oil' being generous until after one is i.hiib. branch chub and silverside. Tho Agent throughout the South. Motion wai W. of his near rela- Tate, Stanford. game fish seem to be devouring them, doubt rival the record h? Mc- tl,0i firSt OFFICERS: uiani to strike the name .of Rieh'd lose pleasure witnessingBT' The beautiful channel catfish, however, tive, Maud Messenger, 2:10, had ho J, S. Docker, President; good that you may do, and, again, no Roberts, which was voted down. jonn j. aicKooeru, cashier; gaining ground, while tho black bass, been given the handling that she has W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, The resolutions were then unani- - pne can administer your gifts for you as are A. A. McKlnncy, Assistant Cashier 6 STANFOIID. KY. considering tho immense warfare made bad. whole on motion well aa you can do it for yourself." mously adopted as a Train leaves llowland at 7:00 a. m., returning d K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. "un. HE3DUCED FUHYONE-THIRImported Dress Patterns. V We Carry the LARGEST LINE and Sell at SMALLER PROFITS Piece Dress Goods. 40-11- Silks & Grenadines Black Laces & Nets spos 46-inc- h vvasu u a Dries. -- 32-in- 24-inch- Specials. ' 1 t e, 1 32-in- Dress Trimmings. 1 Domestics. I ioi 1 - 11 Spring Wraps. jii new Shirt Waists. Ao JIDo I FOR -- """"""'" 1 1 TT. ,. i e, al new-come- g 1 l MYERS HOUSE, Sample Room Parlors. a1Inc FIRST POWDER $200,000 good-size- d Absolutely Pure to-w- it: 1 w i. .- ...... ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. . Insurance Company, AllBEE 'sohc-te- Wnl-ton- d. Pen-natio- ns J AN -' .' ,fcii PW J 93-t- yr I r"i Si. - j, ,ar. ,,-- j