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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891050501 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. X tJ VOL. XIX. LONDON r EMi-Week- ly Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 5. 1891. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DEATHS' DOINGS. UNANIMOUSLY NOMINATED. ' ludKemadj-Naiaiitl- w"' NO. IS W. K. VARNON Oivsi.ky. Our people wero shocked W. E. Varnon for County Judge and D. B. House cleaning is the order of tho Ii a candidate to fill r,tu unexpired term olC ountr day and the good ladies aro all hard at yesterday by the receipt of the sad intel- Edmiston for Representative. wealtliifnt tlie drath of Judge T. V. arnon, subject to tle a tion of the Demscratic w ork. iigence of the death of .Indue Mike H. inailuiiniiHfliKtiiiHMit last nilit at At the appointed hour Saturday morn- party Monday, Owsley, for many of us had not heard of At this writing, 10 a ing tho chairman of the democratic JudL'u W. H. Owsley is very sick of his illness. He was taken, wo learn, with to tuM -- To Happy Jni'k: A maxim county committee, I. B. Paxton, called AS. If. MARTIN, pneumonia, and little hopes aro enter pneumonia atSomersetlastJweek, return-hom- e to your ttHtpubliHliiMl liintweuk, "Ilewaro the delegated convention to order and Of Glasgow, Ii a candidate fnr Clerk ol tho Curt taiued for his recovery. to Lancaster, Thursday, driving stated lrinU of of tlie man who kIvim yon that its objct was to nominate a r Appeal, subject to the aUion of the democracr. The annual sermon to the colored over from Danville in the dampness of) lnjiioruiiil tlion ankH a favor of you." democratic candidate for county judge Odd Fellows was preached at tho Meth tho night, thereby aggravating tho di C. T J. .lohiiHon ami Miller John Join and a representative iifthe legislature. odist church Sunday afternoon. A largo sease. Judge Owsley was born at Burks-villhave bought out tint tiepot More, owned On motion bo was made permanent Iia Candidate for Auditor of the State ot number of tho order attended. Ky., Dec. 10, 18:14, and graduated aubitct to the will of the Democratic party. iWey ami will continue and W. P. Walton selected as by Mom-The protracted meeting begins at at Centre College in IS31. Two years af- chairman with their A call of delegates showed busliu'M there In connection (Monday.) ter he graduated in the law department secretary. the Christian church MW inillrt. tho following present: George I). Hop- An invitation lias been extended to all o! the Louisville University and began I am told that 1,S1H) wan paid for a . u. . raxion, denominations to attend and take part at once a successful practice at his old tier. K. ii rortor, j. by The Rockcastle Convention. proxy, L. L. Lot on Main Street in Stanford corner opposite tho courthouse tiiure K. 0. Walton, Welch, good work. home, lie entered the Pnion service in Pursuant to a call the democrats of in the bixl'JO feet. ThiM amount wan not p.ml Robert McAlister, T. I). New-laContaining t acres, local sportsmen say that fishing 1S01 as captain in company J, 1st Ken- Dawson, Our Itockcastle met at the Court House in an a boom price, but as a ucocHwiry J. X. Monefee, John Bailey, II. T. erms in Dix River is very pour this spiing. tucky cavalry, but after a few months T. R. WALTON, Sunfj r d. eaW Mt. Vernon, at ' o'clock v. m., M.iv Ud. from the kkiwIhk business inter-.George Carter, J. M. Cook, J. G. They say that a largo number ot dead was transferred to the 5th and promoted Bush, of the place A larc. brick himiiiesn-bourn- ) The meeting was called to order by II. Carter, Drye, J. water, to major. He participated in numerous Weatherford, James I County Chairman C. ('. Williams. Dr. tish can ho seen Moating in tho will be erected immediately. A. A. Crutchfield, J. M. Johnson, Otis important engagements, but resigned in Xewland, G. A. Pleasants, Curtis Gover, county J. J, Brown was chosen chairman and evidently killed hy dynamite. A. K. Dycho 1h in Jacknon The many friends of' Jacob Joseph, IHC'2 to take the ollice of Commonnttemlin circuit court. Mm. Kllen .lop-b- James Mulct secretary. A committee J. B. Gilkerson, W. A. Carson, J. R. goods wealth's nttoruey in In the corporate limits of Rowland. of Mt. Vernon, on resolutions, consisting of Messrs. J. who rccoutiy moved his stock of tins district, he hav- Bailey, W. 0. Hansford and others. and daunhter, Klla. 86 London Saturday and Sun W. Brown. T. J. Ballard. D. X. Williams. to Howling Lircen, will bo sorry to learn ing moved to Lancaster and been elected XominationB being in order Judge HansH J. DARST, Rowland. were vMtini! made an assignment for tho by the democrats. He was again electday. Steve JackHon, of Texan, in in on a (!. W. Jones, Capt. P. J. Iliatt and W. that he has ford named Wallace E. Varnon for counbenefit of his creditors. A special to ed in l.sfis and in 1S7-- his admiring contrie. A. CNioInman, ol London, II Cocks reported the following: judge and be was unanimously chor. A. S. gives his lia- stituency promoted him to circuit judge ty Sunday's Courier-Journa- l of The democrats of Hockcaslo county in WftH elected one of the council sen. SURGKO.v DENTIST. at tho 0. A. K. Kuciunpinent at Mass Convention asembled reaffirm bilities at $'.l,."00 and usseta at $1,000. and kept him in that ollice for 12 years, Ofiice Ion Main street, oer W. IJ. is given as the making M years of continuous service, McRobtrU IiihI week. Jude. M. M. Har- their faith in and their allegiance to the Dullness in business Frankfort UruK Store, Stanford. either as judge or attorney. In 1S61 he principles of the democratic party as cause. Harkloro.ul and Prof. nett, James U. W. Ileitis, station agent at this was married to Miss Kllen Lutcher, a set fortli in the national platforms. from here. DR. W. B. place, was in Richmond on business lady of great beauty and accomplishHksoi.n Ki. That we approve the call The following marriage license were made by the State democratic commit- Saturday. Boyle Nichols and wife, of ments, and to them were bom four C. U. Steele to nwu'd nineti April S: tee calling county conventions for this Danville, spent Sunday with Mr. W. B. children, Will, Letcher, Miss Ellen GranAdams; L. W. Cox to I.ncy day lo select and instruct delegates to Nannie Office South side Main street, in office recently Nichols. Mrs. H. A. H. Marksbury and ger and Casey. They with their mothracated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. Hale, Albert Probest to Mary lieitier; the State convention which meets m the Mrs. A. H. Rice wero in Danville Saturer survive, and in their loss the people Jamea W. Hrock to Kli.-- Slutinherry; city of Iouisville, May LI, 1S!I, to nomi- day. Hugh L. Mason and wife, of Chiof the whole State will join in sorrow, Plummer; Win. nate candidates for the various State ofDR. L. B. COOK, Krcil IHiikkIh to Kinuiii fices to be filled at the August election. cago, aro visiting W. B. Mason. W. R. for ho was widely known, having made Lillian Joiich, J. W. Melbum Andera to J. That we rccogime in tho Hon. 1. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Taylor, of Cincin- a most creditable race for tho democratic is toSunanStanifer; Thom.w KuhIi to Nan-- i W. Hardin all the necesairy qualifica- Marrs in town. Ira stanford,:ky. nomination for governor eight years ago. to eminently fit him for the exalt- nati, is here. y Taylor, Frank Antiunion to Melinda tions Tho democracy of Garrard field Office oer McRoberts' Judge Owsley was a natural lawyer, Drue Store. Residence, Mra. Koxey ed position of the State executive, and J, Polly, (ieorne L Jonen to James U. Owen' property at the junction ol further recognizing the great work in an honest and capable judge and a man Danville pikes. ami Mrs. Jones through his untiring ellorts that he has their convention at tho and Mr. . Chapman. Lancaster on Saturday, I'd inst. Tho of unbounded popularity. Hodrew men il iter formed for our party we most heartiPahimI through I)mlnn Sunday meeting was largely attended and was to him without any apparent effort and by a dozen or morecouples. Mrs. ly instruct our delegates to the Ixiuirf- R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. ville convention to cast the vote of this called to order by B. F. Slavin, chairman held them with hooks of steel. He bad Chapman Is a daughter of Mr. Joe county for him for the nomination of of tho county committee. J. B. Brewer not an enemy except himself. His laDENTIST. governor so long ns his name remains A larxo party of ladies and ircntlc-mewas elected permanent chairman and J. bors, over, may ho rest in peace. Office on Mam street, opposite Portman House, Sunday for Cumberland Uiver before tho cenventiou and to usu all R. Marrs secretary. After a protracted WALLACE E. VAWNON. JCM1K left A brief telegram to Mr. A. C. Sino upstairs. Nitrous Oxide lias given for painless honorable means in power to sebelow tho falls on a Hilling excursion of cure his nomination. their Judge Hanford also nominated D. B. extracting. lasting from 2 to 0 i M., tho con- from Birmingham, Ala., received Sunsession, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. was several days. The gentlumim were J. I'.. That in the Honorable Richard C. vention passed resolutions instructing day, told of the death of Mr. John r Edmiston for representative and it IJ. Kberlien, J. 11. Jackson, Joe McKee, Warren, of Lincoln, wo have the most No other at that place. No particulars seconded by J. M. Cook. for Clay as first choice for gouernor and HI. BRUCE, (ieorpj K.Id, W. II. Carrier, Dr. Scales abiding faith; that he is capable, honor- Brown second; for Gilbert for attorney wero given, but it is supposed he died names were oflered and Mr. Edmiston able, energetit and thoroughly equipped and family. Mrs. Lou Kberlien and to acceptably and wisely discharge the general; for Warren for auditor; Grant of heart disease, with which ho had long was chosen without n dissenting vote. Mini Molllo Jackson were also of the duties of the ofiico of State Auditor. for register of land ollice; Alford for suffered. Mr. Dudderar married Mrs. Judge Hansford then arose and accepted fe:d stable party. Another party went to Subliini-i- Our delegates are instructed to vote for superintendent of public instruction. Kate Smiley about 15 years ago and the nomination for Mr. Edmiston, who, STANFORD. KY. nnil ilnv were Mr. and Mrs. Dave his nomination for that otllce as long ns The following delegates wero appointed: they have three living children. The ho explained, was unavoidably absent in SPECIAL ATTENTION to his Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Molllo Pitman and name remains befoie tho convention L. W. Hudson, R. A. McGrath, Ben corpse was to arrive by local freight last Louisville on business connected with travelers. Horses and rnules COMMERCIAL to use nil honorable means bought and sold. They will power to secure his nomination. in their and Mrs. Maio Jsckson. hones, ind vehicles used in livery Crab Orchard Springs, of which he is Only Bright, Tom Dunn, L. Y. Leavell, W. K. night. Pitman and I. That upon all questions and nomiremain a week. Oeorj-Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown have been tho manager, and took occasion to speak Walker, K. H. Walker, John Parks, J. others, of ritUtuurg, left Saturday for the nations before the convention the dele- W. Miller, Steve Hill, T. B. Robinson, called upon to mourn their first born. some well merited words in his behalf. gates are not the same place Tho writer with K. II. tho vote of theherein instructed on ns a Tom Wherritt. Little Hazel, only a few months old, has Judge Varnon, upon being called for, county shall bo cast W A. I desire to sell my farm ol about mo acres, Hackney. 0. X. Scoyillo and gone to join tho angels and sympathetic returned bis thanks in a nice little e unit, a majority of the delegates presd. aout "'i miles north of Stanford on th Dillion Switch ent in person directing how the vote is lrnley spent two days at Kush Branch piee, opposite the old church. There It will probably never bo known just hearts here grieve with tho parents over speech in which ho asked the same sup- are about acres in wheat and be 50 balance atid had a most enjoyable timu catching to ,r. cast. how many people in the Conemaugh val- the loss, which is their little one's eter- port from the party that he had always ol the farm well set in timothy. rye; thedwelling Good That O. W. McClure, J. II. Van-- " of four rooms and kitchen and a splendid new 1(5 of small llsh and one nice eel. plenty nal gain. Tho bereaved couple reside given it. hook, W. H. Adams, Dr. J. J. Brown, ley perished in the Hood. On June barn; is well watered and fenced. Possession can Capt Dillion is as clever a man as lives Mitchol Norton, F. I. Thompson, W. J. 1SS9, Col. John I Rogers prepared a re- in Chicago. No other business appearing, the meet be eiven immediately. Kor particulars, se J. p. Hailey, Stanford, or write the nndersiened at Mrs. Catherine McGoodwin, widow ing then, on motion, adjourned in tho State and tho party will always Sparks, I). C. Povnter. M. C. Williams port, which showed that up to that date Cincinnati, Ohio. E. WITHERS. K B Smith, Jack Adams. Jr., W. M. feel thankful for his kindness. J. B. Paxton, "1,410 bodies had been recovered, and of the late J. K. McGoodwin, died at her W. P. Walton, Howard and T. J. B.llard are selected Chairman. Secretary, There were more democrats at our delegates to represent and cast tho vote he estimated tho loss of life at 15,000. home in Danville, aged about 74 years. THE SHELTON HOUSE, Subsequently, a now directory of the She leaves seven children. convention Saturday than at any in my of thiscounty in said convention. (J. That the vote of tho county bo cast oil" synonym?" Gen. Annistead L. Long, who was "What is a Conemaugh Valley was compiled, and Teacher: remembrance and everything passed J. H OREER. Proprietor, for Hon. F.d Porter Thompson for having been compared with one taken Gen. Lee's Chief of Stair at the time of Bright Boy: "It's a word you can use to tho entire satisfaction of all. The the the nomination for tho ofiico of superin- was crowded with the demo- tendent of in April, it indicated a loss of 3,5001ives. the surrender, died at Charlottesville, in place of another one when you don't public instruction. 7. That the vote of this county he cast Tho loss of life was duo not only to the Va. know how to spell the other One." Good from out of town decidedly in the crats accommodations at reasonable rate. Open day and night. Samplo room and cood livery Dr. J. B. Burke, one of Boyle coun News. majority. Heretofore usually tho con- for the nomination of Mr. J. H. Swango Hood, which swept down so suddenly as in connection. (or register o( the land ollice. to cut oil' means of escape, but firo broke ty's oldest citizens, died last week, we ventions were only a matter of form, a S That the Mt. Vernon Signal and committee being appointed to bring in the IsTKitioit Joi'KNAi, be requested to out in the mountains of debris oiled up learn from the Advocate Winter Brewer, one of Mercer's best H'Minxi the htonu hridue: which crosses resolutions which were already prepared in blish the proceedings of this convenBitow.v, In this ' known citizens and her largest stock endorsed, but this time it tion. Conemaugh at Johnstown. J.J the and readily I am well prepared to bore wells and Jamks Maiikt, Secy. Ch'in'n. wreck hundreds of living peo-- 1 der, is dead. was entirely dillerent. The nominees manv women suffer from Excessive or I work in a Koud manner and promptly will do the --"- " " V " a don't know "' many perished! Scant Menstruation; they were in doubt except for governor which At One Dollar a Foot. Willow (Jitovu. When Mrs. Richard wero entombed, and who to confide In to Eet proper advice. ' Hardin. within sight and hearing of relatives Ul',u lu "" "'" '" " was generally conceded for Call on or address me at Stanlord, Kentucky. Don't confide tn anybody but try Cobb, Jr., killed three or four geesni in l L.T.SMITH. Norman's friends, or rather Warren's succession anil found in the craw of each and friends, The day express going Oiinininiiitnus urovision of the iiiiiv Pennsylvania railroad was tari(lnct prohibits the licensed manu-caugcomposed mostly of a silver dime, East on the enemies, who were she almost arrived at the in the rushing waters and added fncturt.w nf the ,ilirkur tM the democrats who generally have their conclusion that she could raise a goose of SUL,ar and its quota to to the army of tie dead. fronu.8t,,hlishingor operating a refinery way, were greatly disappointed : that would lav n golden (m'l I also heard 8 Specific tor PAINFUL, PROFUSE. their defeat was hardly expected by Mrs. Cobb state that her washerwoman, The greater number of the passengers in connection therewith. The design o"f SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR re- tins iu them. The instruction for Smith was who is not yet IJi years old, is the proud escaped 10 me iiiiipiuro, ui. MENSTRUATION. provision is unmistakably to assist Dook to "WOMAN" mailed free. a surprise for nieand that was duo hole,-l- possessor of IS children. How's that for layed to secure valuables from tho car the refiners' trust in maintaining a monBRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. to tho exceedingly llnoandquict work sticking to the Biblical injunction to and wero swept away from the platform, opoly. Mr. E. Cuiinidghatn, of San An Sold by all UruKKUts. Thompson of Mr. 12. H. Hackney. multiply and replenish tho earth? Miss or carried to death in the cars, which tonia, Texas, who is a largo manufacturAT should have hail second instructions ns Maggie Uastineau is visiting relatives went down in the rush of waters and er of unrefined sugar, has applied for tfc CO. '8, his supporters were second in number, near Hustonville. The family of Mr. were buried in the mud." M. F. permission to establish a refinery, with but tho convention voted otherwise. Thomas M. Lilian! say that he is gradumake a test case of this proa view to A young man with a mathematical vision. Tho following resolutions were adopted: ally Hinking. Mr. F. D. Myers and famSAIJE OR following to Ky. IlKiOiAKD. That wo renew our alle- ily will move to the old homestead in a turn of mind, hands in tho A Washington dispatch gives tho folAmerican trotter: "At tho time and undying faith in tho prlnci few davs. giance the pies of tho democratic party, as enumerwas sold for $103,000 ho weighed 1.- - lowing as the only means of detecting The Very Desirable Residence and that ated in U national platform now you can see at a glance the counterfeit $2 silver certificate now house is on Danville street ThHe had obtained a place in a real es- 030 pounds; tho democratic, party is to hi) congratula100 a pound. Pure in circulation: Tho "i" in register is And repair and contains 5 rooms. The yard is in Rcod ted in securing tho next national Con- tate ollice, and was doing everything ho that it is exactly P. W. GREEN, Proprietor. Leautilul and altogether and gress of tho Ignited States and that wo could for tho interest of his employers. silver is worth $1 a pound and if the not dotted and the 't" in states is not large addenounce the weak and unstable syndicate who purchased him had paid crossed. The geometrical lathe work is Tho Placo is ono of tho Most I have recenlly taken charge 01 this well. known Hotel and intend Lrrping it at its present high ministration of President Harrison us Tho other evening ho was at a social Mr. Williams in bullion, it would re well done. The back of tho counterfeit standard. Special attention given to the traveling of tho republican.par- - gathering and was asked to sing. He the representative public. or six times the is excellently executed and the geueral Will sell or rent on easy terms. responded with "Home, Sweet Home-- " quire 0,5021 pounds, MISS MARY E. VARNON. appearance of the note is likely to deL'. Harpounds weight of Axtell a d That, knowing tho Hon. P. W. Stan'ord, Ky. His friends were a little surprised at the First-Clas- s din to bo a man of the highest and best if the silver had been made into ceive even the most expert. given to man by Almighty selection, but he was heartilyapplauded. one block it would bo a cubic mass one principles In connection. Also Nearly all tho right of way for the Otod, and knowing his fidelity to tho Stepping forward he said: foot wide and ten feet long." new electric road that Rochester capitaldemocratic paity and his work especial Pool and Billiard "I am glad you liked thesong. There ly done for tho democracy of Laurel is nothing like 'Home, Sweet Home,' demoralizing, as well as ists intend to construct to Niagara Tails Tho grippe is county in tho past, wo instruct our delehas been obtained. This line, if built, gates to cast tho vote of Lnurel county and let me say that the company I rep- a distressing and sometimes fatal malady John b, castlkman. A, C.LANCIIAM. for him for governor of this State ami to resent is selling them on terms to suit if wo may believe all is charged upon it. will bo one of tho longest electric roads yet constructed, being over 80 miles in all honorable means to secure his yourself within 12 minutes' rido of the use TES GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR It has, according to the newspaper re- length. The power for nomination. Our delegates aro also the road will.be for city. If you don't want to live there ports, driven a number of its victims to Second choice as follows: it's the chance of your life for an invest- suicide, several to the commission of generated at Niagara Falls. governor, John Young Brown; ernor, first, James I). Illack, of ment." Atlanta Journal. Jim Crabtree and Jim Jackson met SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, murder, and caused the blinduees, deafKnox, secoml, M. v. Aiioru; atiornoy ness or insanity of others. Tho little seven miles from Middleshoro Thursday SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &C "I should have brutig my umbrella," general, first, Joe L. Ellison, second Jno. auditor, H. 0. Warren first. L. remarked Mrs. Uvewayte, a member of microbe or germ that causes it must bo night and without saying a word began S. Rhea; PRICE 60 CENTS. tiring at each other. After smoke of treasurer, U.S. Hale; a most terrible imp. t stamps for freo sample 0 Norman second,public instruction, h. the Chicago Literary society. Send thre superintendent of battle cleared Crabtree was found dead box and book. LIVERPOOL,. "BrungV" asked Mrs. Laker, in a bad to travel at I'd, A. If Mr. Wauamaner F. Smith 1st, John 0. Hodges in his tracks and Jackson with a bullet Porter Thompson ttd; register of land of- gentle, corrective tone. the speed his boaBted postal service of- hole through his abdomen. In less than "How stupid of me! Of course I ten carries our letters, he would reach fice, Thos. II. Corbett; clerk of court of &CASTLEMAN an hour he too was dead. appeals, A. Addams. meant 'brang.' " Washington again about the time HarMANAGERS, Quay is meditating a trip to Italy. Tho delegates were then selected one is bounced from the presidential A pirty of United States engineers are rison ABSOLUTELY PURE, as follows: R. M. Jackson, With Reed aud Quay both in that counata'timo Commerce Building-- , Loaisvillt. BaB-tisurveying tho Tennessee river from cba(r. try Rudini would havo some cause for FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH.1 George T. Farris, John Pearl, J. W. GilhooiyT'Are the people who live demanding indemnity Agents throughout the South. Chattanooga to tho mouth of the French 1L B. Craft, Laurel having only five from the United AND NURSERY PURPOSE8.jf to you rich?" Gusdo Smith: States. vote. Alternates for tho above were se- Broad, a little above Knoxville, a dis next door say so. You ought to see the TAK-OICO., .Chicago, W. JL TBIBBUB, LocaI Aftmt, lected by the convention separately as tance ot .'uu miles, witn a view to re- "I should 123 piano factories in tho There are Reid, R. porting upon the cost of opening it to silverware they carry to the pawnbro For sale by A. R. Peony and M. L. Bourne, follows: Dave Jackson, A. L. STANFORD. KV. Unitml firafpa navigation. Stanford. ker." Texas Riflings. R. Bowlinjr, B. F. Riley and W. 8. I J.T. Oil.fion, men-liun- l LAUREL COUNTY. mippnm-- to bo tliu o( Knox comity. c. Young. Tilde John Pitman, of Pittsburg, was made chairmiti. He is the oldest democrat in Laurel couutv and presided over the convention with dig-- 1 nity and iinputliulity and to the entire satisfaction of all present. Tho delegate-- j gates were not selected mostly from London because of their prominence. but from the reason that all will attend the convention and will see that tho w'shes of the Laurel democracy will he carried out to the letter. ('. H. Hrock- UeorgcT. Farris, It. It Howling and Davu Jackson were the orators and did credit to themselves and their friends. J RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- e, jr. i FOB, SALE! io nd, Ht 1 For Sale n Twentv Building Lot bi'-hine- admin-juratio- n PRICE, ClieU-manattende- il PENNY, Dentist. t court-hous- e Hus-tonti- lle too-o- neeoin-pank- Ia-hI- n Dud-dera- v mil m m hrst-class I. e Farm For Sale. situ-?,t- court-hous- e Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. 94-o- s Every Month "I WEI.!. 34-- HORXWTG - ht Female Regulator Bradfield's - CASH Paid For Hides and Fnr, ELK1N FOR RENT. - r Stanford, Ax-te- ll METERS HOUSE, over-Agai- ga-- tt Sample Room TAR01D J two-cen- Parlors. lieutenant-gov- ROYAL OP Insurance BARBEE Company, m TARHLliDSOAP D n, W i- - .1 Tf Semi-Week- ly Interior Journr: AT Published Every Tuesday and Friday $.3 PICK. Lineoln THEY HRKED ON. BEI-MON- T Stoek Farm, THEY HUKED ON. NABOTH ) 10016. Denmark Chief. This handsome young stallion will be nermitted to serve a few mares ' ,:.sMhS,.,lim, Standard Rule 6. Sired by Walstnham2i6 (sire of Latitude, reo ords-io'(.ist dam Tinsel by Messe ger lluroc 106. son of Hamhleioman (and sire ol Elaine 330 tho dam of N.rlaine, catling a 31' 1; 2d dam Hess, sister to James Howell, r.. by Haiabletonian 10, sire of Hester a ijH- 3d dam Jesn Sajie by Harrv Clay Hoditie 2 11U, 45, sireof the dans of M Julie a io' and 12 more that have produced a 10 trot- tern; also sire ol tho dam of Hlntioncei, sire of jo in ti.ua, to list ; 4th dam by l.Hcrly,son ot i.ance by American Kcbpso Walsingham 2166 sireof Nabnth, Is one ol the youngest suns of Gtoryo Wilkes SI9, record 233. who sired Marry Wilk s 3 nS, Guy Wilkes 3 Mike Wilkes 2 Wilcox 2 16 and 62 others in 3 30 list; also 41 producing sons and 19 producing daughters. hands high, Note: Nabcth is a bay hnrse, foaled June a8. 8S8 lll pedigree contains the blood of linmhletntuan, George Wllkts, Mauiiri-11- 0 Chief, Pilot. Jr and Ham Clay, - LORD CLIFTON, . (Shown last season times at a took 7 prcmiuint and certificate 1 Y3CA.Tt.iy A.IViVN'OK o McKINNEY, KENTUCKY. ... When not paid 33.60 will be charged." Our Fine Premium Staltion, CHIEF 8689. Trial 2:31!. RANDALL, Will make the season of 1891 at our Llyerv Stable in London, IV Hrcord :j6. STAN II A 1ID. Jlrowti horse, 16 hands foaled May, i?5. 2 tS'Tand Voliairo 2 soj,' and his nons Abbott, In dismpolis, Rumor, liul,r Jr and Voltaire are SIHF.D HY HIENZI. all sires nf performer in 2 30 Pilot Ir sue Full brother In King Rene 2 to'4. well known as being one of the grand of Littler is not be excelled for lamlly horse. Mares kept on good grass at $j per month ; owners' risk. First dam dam of Pci.se 1 W, U) Almo esi lirmxi marc sires of the age, his daughters lisc him a II 111 and be coil v lined. He stauds H- Maud S 208)4. Jay U)c See 310 ami a Forrest swH, sou of Aunont 2 for Second dam bv (Jirrard Chief, .tie ol Hi host "I others of note vl exlngton Chief sirn , of llii.wn Jim's dam, Kcntiuty Cly 104; Duke 2 Tliiid dam by Grey Eagle (Hontr The Small Sum of $12.00, sno o( id dam Lady Wartield liy Mambrino Chief 11 Mam dam of Lady Davis 3 n'v hum. Chorister Jire of dam of Proteine 218, etc) Fourth dam by CoiiiUUom sir ol dtvm uf H're.U-lc,by Mamhrino Chief, dam liy Chorister Hoy i a dark bay, 4 years old, 16 hands at my stable tSmilesfrom King in I. lla.ll l)nke llis..iitide ii ihe )l to.tville .V Liberty turu-rihigh and is an elegant combined horse. $10 to a Colt. by IMmont, dam llhmlma Kir.sit wassirtxl rna I, VVul l at .nd my lie was sired by Horton s horse, he by Dr. (dam of .'irigert with 27 in 3 30 or b.tter, Abdal-laIlerr's Mambrii 0 King, dam by Steamboat ownPilot, 3 better than 3 te and King Kene S ed by Chedwell,uf Virginia. with 13 in 3 30 list, by Nlambiino Chief: d dam The dam was raised by Stephen Sarrpson. first Hureh mare (dam of Rosalind ' and Itisn.l.t dam by Frank Wolford; 2d dam by original Jim Pilot. Itienti i. full lrother et Hell; 3d dam by original Denmark, who ran r6 Saddle Stallion, bay, 15.' hand high. thr c white 2 37 by Drawn1..1,. King Ken.- - consecutive miles in a race at New Orleans; 4th feet, heavy mano and tail, fine si) Ic and action Prince Kdwant j sire if Fus?n 3 a I.'. Mist 112 mU iAtlK'n lDI l.ltiohis- re a mare in foal i i(.k ll for li Njiviuit ijs and dam by bir l.liott; 5U1 dam by Gray Lagle; 6th I'er .i s t.irt.ili i: i then tradirg ,.r eisinajiiu.t dam by Hutiard. $15 to a Colt. . r i, nre l brt r tlie Almmit F erest 1 i,', red v Almnnt 'i .lies uue so1, Will make the season of 1891 at my farm, the I. N I'.lWhl I l 3 w.ti reci ids ot r nwier and , sire old Wm. Ball place, 5 miles from Stanford, The above stallions ll make the season of 1891 (3Year-Ol- d . Re ord 2 Ju'inaltacc) of atoi.-bel- -, IList.utille. Kr. sires Willi i?i ttttiri wnli r's at my stable near Hmtoiivillc .- terand hi. d.ti,titler iili recsrilsnf 1 J K HAUGHMAN the Grent lied Living Colt. Sired by showing never Wilkes 1749, sire of 7 in the 2 i list. 30 In 2 30 list and grandsire of '7 in the 12 orbcttir I' n si dam by Fri win Forrest witbtwol before equaled by any other horse, Using or dead, at same age. 3 30 list, a -. fmm in . ,., list ..ml sue Ul HIV U.lll. Ill 11 in 7 lolut . .I A . m Garrard Chirl sired Mambiltio Chiet ; 1st dam I L f" At the smae place I will stand my fine youDg First dam Lady Cassell (dam ot Helleview Wilkes Pi Dally Dixie by Frank; ad dam by Aralus; vl dam (31 2 v)) and two others that, barring accident, Jack, l'l 1 1 1 1 II I I b4 k. U W ( I by Hambletonlan: 4th dam by fliomcd Garrard will crter the 2 30 list this season by Shelby Chief 923 fsire ol Ratio 211, Cascanlla .... I Standard No. 12052. ai x.nirir.. I ,,...! iune 2- ..1. Mambrino Hippy 1 35S. &C., and the dams of Delineator a iS and xirru ix.ii li" 3 3jVsj, Red Crook Maggie Lee 3 and 3 31'-,- , others j This yourg roadster stallion Is an inbred Gold-du- Nobby, sireol Nobby, Jr , 2 iS"1.,, and also 3;sired Spanish jack and has a fine Second dam Gallic (trial to wagon 2 i3 in '76 He is by an imported lhis thoroughbred will make the stusm of iltci by Thalloba (son ol Alexander's Abdallah and loalcd iu Apri . liS 7 is a bay, full is hands the dam of Mistake 2 Jg and Dun l'iiarro, at my farm oil tlieMaiifurd and Milleli.-vlll-r and large bones. He will stand Wly uu. Fanny, dam of Water itih, dam ct Mambri- speedy ani unexcelled in style, action, finish and oiu recoru 1 14s), r.n iiamorei 2 7', 6 in lie from btanloidaud iV. miles from .Mill. dee. no Gift 2 20, Vicking 219, Scotland 3 3j', disposition llclinonl sired hy Alexander's Abdallah 3 41 ' 1st ville. Colt. Wavelet 2 24, Waterloo 2 27 and Sprite d.m ol r nil Lrother to Estel e, trial a ii1. Cor ntie, j dam Helle dam of McCurdy's Hambletonlan 3 in the 2 30 list. year-ol- d Irl I 2 38 and Montrose, the speedy and 3 itH by Mamlirino Chief ; ad dam Helle Loup by to A Hen will be retained on colts till season monLiving Colt, Third dam by Clark Chief 89 (ire of Crodie 2 iq'J and J oth. prtmium colt of S3 Sired by ilcaadi Golddust llcllfounder llelmout is the sire ofjs, in the s 311 ey is paid, but if mare Is parted with season money ers and the dams of Phallas 2 I3i, Majolica 2 13, 4400 (by Golddust 130 by Vermont Morgan,, list, bis daughters hatrproduced 31 in i t.li.t and becomes due. Wilson 2 i6!i Corallard 2 19K and 17 others in Cloerre'atrd n Maud S , 2 oS',, and Join stun, 30 of bis Mils have sired 121 with records of 2 y Monej due when the colt is fosledor mare parted 2 oo'f than any other stallion, the first 5 yeir old or better with. A lien retained 00 all culls until season j 30 or be ter. I. S. PHILLIPS, is paid. Stanford, Ky. glance at the above pedigree svill readily show that Helleview Wilkes is rich in the blood ofsntcd stallion to trot in p blic as fast as 221, sire of 6 2m A Almont a 39,', sired by Alexander's Abdallah money riptun llrrcchloadcr Oes. producing lines, being by the great Red Wilkes (who by the records is the best son of the mighty Cigarette, dnm of Ro.alind Wilkes the lite 242; ist dam Jsallie Anderson by Mambrino Chief; with black points, heavy manr is a rich dark bay, mare of the W Ike. family, record 2 14S! Whirl and tail, 13', hands George Wilkes, sireof 71 performers in 3 30 and better) and that his blood breedson is demonstrated ad dam Kate by Filet, Jr. Almunt t ys1., sued 17 high. large, fine and of solid color 2 11' . wind, 3 34, r jniaic (ioltluust, 3 Hi. colt by tieing tne grandsire 01 7 in the i 30 list at the age ot 16. " X?, " " n"1u'",""! can be seen nt 1. ate levis.' Darn S. An analysis of Relleview's pedigree will show that it ranks among the tct, tracing as it d es to the Mingo Florence, dam of Estelle 3 Vi' by Golden . L. 'J7.T. h" Pcdlgrcw -.- So 4;, HlrccMoadcr, bay, foaled In V ? Chief, son of Gaff's Comet Morgan. mighty George Wilkes through his best son, Ked Wilkes, twice to Alexander's Abdallah, one of the ,"'! r. in torrest ..red by Y m.ng" ISO lljr Imp llilf.t Jo. HV METROPOLITAN 1373, Oserjoool the 3 to performers i strong most prepotent sons of Hambletonian 10 and three times to Mambrino Chief. uV.hhn Vt first dam SeilicY iley, grandam of llincltt by . .T bf W?V,",i I Son of Rysdyk's Hambletouian. Helleview Wilkes is a horse of fine style, speedy conformation and a trotter of high order, having infus.oiiVGoludii.t and Morgan bed. '" ."',"'' Hob Dorsey Golddust will make the present sea.o, ssl stain Mary Churchill by Alex .'. a Ind., second 12, Dam.JOETTE, by lllood Chief, 793 Sireof Fan- - last Fall at Terre Haute, in 2 37 trotted hashalf mile in gone finishing a close seconds, to the winner In 2 25 Churchill, 3d dam by Imp .Margrave, grandam rf ,he M- ubeing timed separately He repeatedly a 3 30 clip. Altera ?ovr..,e1keSm,efro,nSunf'",,o" quarters in 3? me Robinson, 2 20(4. King Alfonso, Cherokee 10U have to,ccj . wlth fecordof 3 v or bet 5th dam lllaek-Kye- 4th dam Mistletoe by Mh dam by Metropolitan, by Ryidyk's Hambletonlan, dam get a mark close to 1 20 before Susan by liger. closes, lie one of ter. Alexander's Abdallah a 43 sired by Kjsdyk's Hyacinth by Volunteer, Rrandam Clara, dam of records better than 2 30 making the season in the State,is and the the only three sons of Red Wilkes with At $15 to oy xigcrine. sin uam nvt.rer 7n u.in the season other two stand nt $100 and $130. a Colt. ii....i.i...i ... .i. ,;je 1.1. 11... .1. "hi, Dexter and Dictator, by Seely's American Star. llellesiew Wilkes will make the season of 1891 at Hellcsiew Farm i1 miles east of llurgin AWalUh a";.,, the of 6 in the Metropolitan is acknowledged to be one of the best lhh : '"" wbo.epedigr.eis produced 37 with record ol 2 so ' Mnareskept on reasonable term. Personal at dkughter. have and bv many the very best bred stallion ever loal- " "c X .... ,.- -. lotll .lam ll "" or li.ltr and h.. ...n. .1. . .... . ... ..r.it . wi.S. ...,,.. ,. ,. ,,,,.. XI..L .. trillion given but iiotiespuiisiblc for acxidents ' . ..,1. .!.. AmeiKU..ncuirs. mu ed. Hlsfull sister Reins Victoria, sold at the Mc- i s. 11111.W1111 ..r "J ".' ...w.. xi I..,,.. xi....i,.i...r-k..imi . Ferran sale for Jt.ois highest mice ever nald for y Im,, ."'"'JSM tiolVa'lh , , Limited to 30 appro ed a ares. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible lor accidents At same time and place, wl I mike the season bnno P.yma.ter; ,.t dam thedam of ? a brood mare at public sale Two fillies by Metro tZZZZ V i1.'" with one of Let I Hubble's best bred youngjaiks, Mambrino Chief has 8. .. a ,0 list and hi. daheh WoTV.d IWv politan, neither ol wnicn were ever fiooem single, should any occur. ' ter have 33 w.ih record, ol a D M A-- A S. HOWMAN. Hurgio. Kv. better and hi. ! . ' !, i '?:, sold at public sale for $1,325. averaging $66t.y. sTrcle $""0 ' "l1,i'VH S'I 1n ', sons tave siretl 81 in the 2 30 N. R.- We svill give $2to to the first of his produce securing a record of 2 30 or better and $500 to the Hloo.1 Chief, by Wood's lllack Hawk dam Miss 1 L. Pilot, Jr, by old Pilot, dam Nancy Pope Pilot first obtaining1 a record ot 2 20 or better ii""; u. M ,Y a. a UUnilAA, 7 Duncan by Scott s Highlander, i;r.m,;ani by Ara-tuvn (,om ,M' Heisblark with white points, nearly 13 hands Jr'is .... ' with ........... of j v r better LST.?''1 "", h' 3d dam by Tlmo'eou ltlood Chlel sired Woo-l- c high, fine body, 3 ) ears. Id. Iine and and his sons have si ed is s ith records o( 2 ja ami a 29 rannle Koblnson 220 and Chief will alto stand at the same place my fine jack Jim MredbyJ. lllackbiini. Hrst dam Dolly W(. better and his djwghurs have produced 34 with 2 ij'-J- . llbcd's Hlack Hawk sired the dams of Vjn hams by Roxal Mammoth; ad dam lUne l.iuliry. records of 2 jo or I'rtlir and two uf hi daughters Artiim 2 I9H and Aliiicut, Jr., 326 andgraudam of by btonewall Jackson, be ilaughman - jack, his dam by Jim Porter;byid John Klleil Itlythc proiluc d Maud S.iof, and Jay K)c See 3 10 Helle Hrasheld3:o and Putiene 2 18. dam Kssdvk' Hambletonlan sued bv Abdallah. is Klngold is bands high and extremely fine I i.lri. rnli 1. At 2 10 oi ta Intuf by liiyine s iianinai, he liy x,omprni ir ithdam dam Charles Kent mare bv Imp llcllfounder, d andstlish. Will make the season of '01 lit mv a brown jack with w He point., y j ears old 111 June a fine black jennet dd by Dr. Hennct, ol Mad-so- n dam One Eye, by llishtp's Hxmblrtnnian. ! dam stable at Moreland, 3 miles North of Hustonville, 4 E. P. county, to Lesi Hubble, Danville, Boyle County, Ky. nanu niiin lie w. vur.l hy Aiken's Silver Tail, by Imp Mecnger Rysdyk's Ham. " '"William, on the ilustnnvllleand Danville pike, nt $10 to King he by King Phillip First dam a Iiletoiiian ha sired 41 with records of a 30 or betretained a Living; Colt. Insuro(mire is rvbred to Lien horse or on all lll.uk .vliri rennet, .he was sired by King Phillip, ter and his daughters have prodaced 75 with recfor a Colt. colts, I another trailed d dan by Murtcastle. he by Jim Purler Ibis ords of 3 yn or better ami in, of his sons liaie sued money will be due. Grass furnished at $250 per jack hat pruvrn kiifis.f 4 fine breeder A liumtfr 7I w nh records of 3 30 or better. A hen will be retained uncoil for season montti. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes have sold for lust at weaning tune I'KNCE Is a horse ol err.l sored. imI is no of hi 8 F K El D, Stanford but no responsibility should any ucur Money due wl en the coll Is foaled or mare part mark of his speed, blngVi an airident getting I have emnlored 6 A. Hoover of KlngsvlIle.Pa. ed with, lien retained till the money Is paid a.icneu in ins sian wnicn mrcw nun out 01 to urve lor roe tins season He has uut o hnrsrs in P W. LOGAN, Owner 9 training he would now have a mark of 230 or the 2 10 list. I have a splendid track and will ban- better In a race at Nicholasville he irc.lter! as die a few horses besides my own at reasonable prl good as 2 2. With the bloosl of llamhtetonian. ccs. or particulars wiuress. Mambrino Chief, l'llot, Jr, and Edwin Ferresl (Standard Rule 6 ) W. S. WIGIIAM, Moreland, Ky anil ,. U.M., n Ita.libl.lail .a li. la !.... 1. L.......I Sired by Dictator 113 (sue of JayKye See 2 10, 10 make a great nock horse lie will make thr Phal as 2 13J4, Director J 17 and 30 others in the season of 18.11 at my stable iK mile Irom Sunford 30 list. on the Hustonville pike. First dam Alice, by Wallace Denmark, Lexcll, Tom ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 3716 sire of Geneva S. J 19, Hettie Jones 2 19VJ, Mattie II. Second dam Norma, Almont 11. by Alexander's Norman 15. to Colt. At our stables 2 miles west of Stanford on the it y. o.l 2 34VI, Hettie Mc. 2 29, Quinine b 2 29.,, Keller V. 2 294, Soto 3 ntf, Elhe Thornton 3 32 and Jnird dam i oung iwyman mare, liy iocur de Robinson. of Charleston a 27, Lady Gay 2 2jM, Wilkiemont 2 2S, Wawona 2 23, Telephouc 2 25, Mgma Shelby City pike, this fine young saddle stallion dams Leon Mevis.J Nu 3 35 and others with records lower than 2 30 Hy A L.MONT 33. s .11 be permitted to serve so mares j Fourth dam Old Twyman mare untraced The Fancy Saddle .Stallion, LECTURER 10582, brother to Aimoor 2 244, aired by ELECTIONEER. Sireo! Sunol 3 Almont 33 (sire of Fanny Wuhcrspoon 2 16I4 Alto 2 Manzanita (4! ,6 Norval 2 Adair 2 s 7 , . Hell Hoy 3 ig'4, $15 to Piedmont 2 i;!i and 35, others in 230, also sire Colt. 3 lo'yi, Paloio'j and 53 more 2 performers.Anteeo 2 stand at same place Will Hay horse, 16 hands high, foaled iS36. ist dam Mamie Antevolo 2 30 of the dams of Alabaster, 4 years 215, J II. uam 01 Azmoor 3 4 , 2 17, Catcblly Richardson 3 t8f, llu.der Description and Pedigree: He Is a beautiful U tne to Insuro Colt. I a rich Wilkes 2 205, Acolytes 31 and 31 in the cnarm Sired by ALCYONE 731, record 3 37 SILVER CHIMES 0818, brother to Silverone 3 dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane Mahogany bay, K'-- i hand high, heavy ed circle, by Abdallah 15; ist dam Sally Andcr-- I 35J4T, Iona 17V3, Golden Kreue 2 nrW, Quartermaster 2 21K He is a bright hav wi'hout arv while, is n'i mane and tail; Isstrutly fine and lanes. Is bo li a and tail, 3 years old and is lull 15K hands high, Siro of Alcryons Hay horse, 216 hands high, Rod a ioJ, Silverone Silver lock sun by Mamtirino Chief 11; ad dam Kate by1 hand high, fino mane and tail, of fine foaled iJ8j. 1st dam dam of Sits crone 3 194 commanding In appearance and symmetrical in 3 24M. etc., etc. action and nal iral and pleasant saddler, breeds fancy and Pilot Jr. 12. Hay I a natural saddle horse; King, the wnen quietly driven m harness form, Sired by King Kagle (the Atkins horje ) HAVELOK 613 by PRINCEPS 516, sire ot 34111 3.30 list. Hy Worlford Mambrino 3 like a Holler Norman 23 (siro of I.ula 3 14K, May Quern 3 ao.of great premium horse. Firstby Silver Imp, Huck-de's He is high tail t)e on bulb sides to the third gendam by First dam by Star Eagle; 2d dam by Hamlet horse, 15 hands high, foaled 1893. Dam Lottie, record 2 28 full sister to Kftie Deans 3 35) by Normon Medium the dams of Norval 217' Hambletonian 10 sire ol Dexter 2 I7j, Nettie 3 18. Sireof 41 330 trotters and the dams of 72 3J dam by Denny's Drennon; 3d dam by eration, Is backed by thoioiigbbrr.l.1111 both tides, Denmark, (DoIans'J; 3d Jam by Harris' Denmark. 230, etc.) by Morse Horse 6; ist dam Slocum Filmore. Filmnre wss a great hnw horse in his inaking him King Eagle was gut by Hlack Eagle. Star Eagle Grandsire of Maud S. aoS'-i-, Jay Eye See 2 10, St, Julien 7 nW.Maxcy Cobb 2 13' j. Harry Wilkes acilsc and spriahtly in gait; In 0 are, s. t. b. by Maznum Honum. was got by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Garrard 2 13H1 Goldsmith Maid 2 14, Clingstone 2 14 and about 900 others in 2 30 list. form and Dictator, the sire of George Dictator, for many ' day. He was by Montgomery's Whip and out cf Sumpter finish a lurtert model lie was sired hy a mare by Frank, thoroughbred. Chief. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington Denmark, be by Gmldard'. Denmaik, h TqVi and sister to Geneva S. 2 loi and Mattie II . 1 ear-olQUININES. 11048. record 2 years languished III obscurity and really nev HarMares kept reasonable by Gaine. A-- Cromwell a IVnm.tk, he by the rate Denmark, dam by Bishop's Hambletouian. Hy AIIDALLAH MAM mi in o a 240, 3 in 2 30, putting his dam in the great brood mare list y cr had a chance at the sunt until became to1 ble for escapesat or accidents rates but not responsi,., , . . . w..r ... horse Deiimaik he I y linn. Ilcdgeford. ...! .UIIII.IV ris' Denmark was by Miller's Denmark. Ilia first sreueva r.i. 2ig;4 .'...IIC 11 . .. II 1.1 4 ,17, .UU ii..iM:n. . isiaam r.ita xiopains, uam 111 3 in 2 ,o nsi, t Kentucky; then 13 year old and having up to Considering his fine size, color, style and action, 3 xo'.i uy Octbronn, sire ol dam of Wm, Slngerly 2 16. and Sir Knight 2 234, A. M PENCE. Stanford, Kv dam was sired by Sir Wallace, be by Todhunler t that tune but 39 foals and at 20 had less than 200 together with his most excellent breeding, we Sir Wallace, he by "sir Albert, thoroughbred ; l foals.andonlya few of them were out cf well think we have placed his services low. dam by Virgimus ilun nf Virgiuius by I ranby, hred mares Few stallions impart more speed to Care taken to present accidents but no responthoroiijchhredj he by , the celcbiatcd Mason . his descendants, and besides they have e sibility should any occur. " hipp; jd Uam a U mpp mare. combined with level heads. He is the sire of 28 in the 2 ? or better list, 24 trotters and Also at the same time and place we will stand 4 pacers. The trotters are headed byJayExc Standard Rule 6. the fine imported jack, See 2 10. Plxllas 2 lJi. Director 317. We du Hlack stallion, i6Jf hands high, foaled In i83t, notknow another stallion that has three) such Son ct Wallace Denmark above, is a beautiful bred by A Goldsmith, Orange county NewYoik. sons with the same speed and number of heats bUck 15 hands 3, lubes high, heavy mane and This young sta'lion will be permitted to serve a Sired by Castelar 1063. trolled Jay H)u See has 38 heats better than few good mares at onr stables one mile from Stantail, of g.ol weigh anil fine style, 3 years old next hirst dam Woburn Maul, by w Olrnrn .tjj, (the ford on the Hustonville pike, at 2311, Director 37 and 1'tiallas 48, a total of 163 May mid is a very promising saddle colt 2d dam by a Mambrino He is a black, nearly 15 hands high, of fine bono dam of Carver heats in 2 30 or better By Longfellow, dam Slipper by Pedigree Mrt dsm by idelte; ail dam hy and action, and will serve mares horse : tid dam by Mambrino Messenger. i Sir Wallace, as given above, Vldeiie by Vindex, year's Castelar 1063, hy volunteers sire of St. Julien $12.50 to a Colt. that The returns of thisbreeds ontrotting will show rianct, neiiy mood's HUck Hawk, he by old Hlack Hawk through his sons Dictator not only to Living Colt. 2 11;:, etc; 1st dam .Miss rxodine uy Hammond index" 1st dam by Mnmluuni LlileT: jil dam by and daughteis, but also his grandsons are putting son ot Potter's Clay; 7d dam Wells' Star, dam of A lieu will be retained on colts for season Hay Meuenger, 3d dam by Cannons W'hipp. a number of horse in the 230 list His non, Col. Artillery 3 aijf and Modesty 2 26, by American $20 to R. H. & E. P. WOODS. 6 Description and Pedigree: Silver Tip Is a nice llaratinck, nas 2, Commander 1 Mick Loomir 1, 14; 3d dam by Hertrand. ReDirector TOM woburn 342, dy llambletonian 10; tst dam Miss bay with tine mane and tail, hind ankles white and porter 1, 6, Junius 1, Phallas 3, Pretender 3, sons Delineator and Kndymson 1 Ten Combined Stallion. Cooley, by Telegraph 301 ; ad dam ttm dam ol Geo, we think will make a great show horse. STYLE. SPEED Ho was sired by the premium saddle horse, Silsired 19 trotters Son of Wallace Denmark alwve; ist dam hy MiCooley, by Friday. His daughters ller's Denmark, his dam Home; ad dam by promise to make great brood miles ver King, he by On Time, he by Stonewall JackEd Harlow will stand at mr stable 3 marcs They have produced Hrown, Elbert. GonOliver; 3d dam bv Old Dienn. 11. Tom Irom Stanford on the new White Oak and Dix son I Silver Kinc's dam Mollle Mnunce was sired bv dola, Keller Thomas, Hvuning Star. Garnet, Last a fine shaped horse, black with heavy mane and River turnpike, near Dudderar's Mill, Cabbell's Lexington; ad dam by Young America, Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northw est, VictonaWillet, tail, I5 hands high, Is a natural saddler and has Uy Monarchist, proven himselt a fancy breeder. by Tailor's Meismger Solomon and v by Uirec Will make the season of 1891 at "Travelers' Rest to Colt heSilver Tip's first dam was by SkeedaddleMor-ris'- s tor has a record of a illiains. .Marget n Hanks ba 12V4 and Nancy The above stock will make the season of l&jt at Farm" near Shelby City, Ky,, he by Oliver, he by a record of 2 1) .i( a third heat made in a race, and Dam Imp. Hon Hon, by Macaroni, my farm 3 miles from Hustonville, near Carpenfamous saddle horse, Kd. Harlow's colts that havo come this spring Wagoner she a never been beaten His grandson, ter s station, and will be permitted to serve mares Living Colt. are good ones and bid fair to make valuable ani$15 to hy Phallus, has put 3 in the list i'halla. by the insurance, Skeedaddle's ist dam Medoc, ad dam Trumpetmals. $15 to rr.ont Girl 227)4, Phalleue 330 and Virgimus er; 3d dam Aratus, He is a blood bay, 15' hands high, left hind 2 23l-Silver Tip's 2d dam was by lied Lion. Livestock Record. I will also stand at the same time and place and Lexell $15, George Dictator is a black stallion, 13 hands 3 foot white, heavj mane und tail. Mares kept at reasonable rates but no responsimy young jack, high, fo.led in S 3 4 , is a handsome fellow and will Sired by Saddlewood. bility lor accidents or escapes. And Tom at$B. First dam by Smith's Almont, sireof Katie How-ai- d Mares parted with forfeits insurance. Lien re- certainly sire extreme speed. He wasbredfora Stock commuted to my caro and breeding will irreat stock horse. He will stand 2 ioJJ". 2d dam by laord Wellington. tained on colts for season. receive my personal nttcntion. Grass furnished at Saddlewood, a grand saddle horse, was by At i$ to insure a living colt. reasonable rates, 10 be paid lor before removal of a red jack, 3 UEAZLEY nROS., At $20 Colt. Wildwood; ist dam by Star Denmark, the winner years old last October, full 13 Joels high, cf fine stock No responsibility for accidents or escapm. hands Stanford, Ky. liy Imp. Glenclg, of 100 premiums, ad dam by an imported saddle style and action; bred by the late Peyton Emnree, 0 Parting with stock cr removal from neighborhood Itambletoniau. stallion; 3d datu by Veecli's of Lincoln count, and has a double cross of Jim forfeits Insurance and makix .canon due. Wildwood was by lilackwood 74 3.year.old 2 31 Porter. For Information as to hi breeding, call Dam Florence I, by Imp. Austra9 J. SIEELK CARPENTKR. sireof Ulackwood, Jr. 2224; 1st dam Kate Mes- on Wm. Gooch,of Lincoln, or J. P. Erubree, of senger by Messenger Jr; ad dam by Davy Crock- Madison. Hay stillion, 16 hands high; foaled 1885, lian, ; 3d dam liy Hrunswick, son of Sumpter; ett, Jr. due on all Sired by KING C.KSAK. Smith's Al- orMoney traded ofT. seasons when the colt comes STANDARD. 4lh dam by Oasis' Hambletonian. mare (Hy Hogan's Administrator.) mont by Almont 33, sire ot Westmont 213J4, 8 $15 to C. M. SPOONAMORE. Hlackwool 74 by King Toskey, record 2 15, 3 16K. Ac. Hy Petoskey sire of Fanny Witherspooti First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. May Queen a 20, . 23, siroof Lula 2 Mary Lou 2 io,dam I.li.a lane dam of Maud .Me Norman I,... Second dam by Sir Robin I Mambrino SEASON AT I 1S91, rJreeic Wilkes will make the seaThis trotting and combined stallion will make ftc. Dam byDeumark is Chief. to be one of the sender 2 Third dam by Gilmer Hrown's Highlander. claimed Lexington son of 1.91 at my place 2 miles from Stanford on theseasou ol 1891 at my stable at Millodgeville King Cxsar by Hogan's Administrator (sireof handsomest and most beautiful horses in Ken- Description and Pedigree. the Rush Branch pike, Waterloo 11 a black, Major Landers 2 27)41 son of Administrator 337 and trottucky. -He Isa fashionably bred in saddlefino crnitci! 17 hands high, weight 1,200 pounds, magnificent Mc.Mahon (sireof Catchrly 3 cnnil .addle horse, a i:.- .d llvl.t lltlll Urtllltl Sri.l I. n a,., I..t .....,.. I. la iv.r Colt, in 3 30); dam by American Clay 343 31 and 6 others By Ten Urocele, dam by 'At $20 I sire of Grantrotter and goes the gait naturally. He has- Two miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike and Planet, eny combiiiinir sjntsl 01 nrs. clan saddle quall- ville 2 26 Maggie Hriggs 227 etc ) 2d dam (dam . shown aa so nail, both racking and trotting.withiiii. lie na a record 3 33, Money due as soon as the fact Is ascertained. A of Wilcox 3 lOj'j and Ifald Wilkes 330) by Red lie emanates irom the highHnikbv Ricbelleil.li,. hi Mtnlirlnn Chief! li out any preparation, Hawk; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief 11 lien on colt until money is paid. $10 by Mamlirinii Paymaster, lie by Mambrino, he by est class of saddle and premiun horses in KenCHARLES DUNN, Stanford, Ky. 8 ogin will stand represent tucky on his lire's side and his data the .nip, ..lesss'iiger. dam Helm marn by Hay Mesen;cr, he by someofthe best trottintf families in bestwhole to Harpiuus, ho by llanibleionian. be bv Into. Mes country. Thiscombination produces the TheImported Young Jack, Hy in the world and those which com. a General Knox, sire of 18 In the 230 list, 3 In senger; id dam Red Hint, by Cannon Whip, he by horses The Saddle Stallion, 20 list. First dsm by llourbon Chief, sire I also have iacKuurn-mand the best pilce in nil eastern markets. Any from 2 i84 to 2 23; 2d dam a thoroughbred. el six whip, he by imp. wnip, ne Dy by Herod; 3d dam a thoroughbred Bare one will have 10 see him to appreciate his great-nesby Imp Diomede, Hay Messenger's dam was out of a full blooded Messenger mare and by Imp, Rockingham. Waterloo's dam by Helm's YorkWill make the season of 1891 at my farm, the old Two of which are noted as the best jennet jacks, and will serve jennets at $23 for a jack colt and I will alio stand my splendid youogjack, shire, he by Imp Yorkshire, dam by Welsiger's $10 to John Loyd Thurmon place, near $13 lor a jennet and will serve mares Helihauar; ad dam by Kossuth; 3d dam the noted Shelby City, saddle mare owned by Jo Helm and afterward by Colt. N. T. Lee. Waterloo will stand Colt. The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will $10 Tour vears pedigrees and particulars, dly Metropolitan. First dam bv w'llliam Welch serve mares hli-to Living Colt, and a sireof Prince Imperial a S3),, Jeremiah aai,&c This fine young jack is is hands high, Is a black address cot. due Oc 2d dam a thorough bred. to Or Ju. jo till weaning time. with and a jack of fine style. His head and ears are will be due when I e'xlngton Denmark' fee . am Lien retained on colt till weaning time. Care perfect. He must be seen to be appreciated. S. H. or J. H. Baughman, These animals will stard at my stables on the lc fnii-.- il or mare U parted wun. rau. taken to prevent accidents but no responsibility Somerset pike 3 mi'es south of Stanford. GEORGE R. ENGLEMAN, owner.' Vlsk. I solicit a close fn.pot- should any occur. fiD,ofmv.tock. Shelby City, Ky. Stanford, Ky. M.S. HAUGHMAN, Stanford. 12 9 9 A. ELKIN, Lancaster. Shelby City, Ky. T. 12 M.T. HUSSELL, Mllledgevlllc, Ky. s Three-year-eld 1 dam by Mambrino Messenger; ad dam by Main brino Chief, c He sired Maud Messenger 1 i6l, 23',. Hubert Abclai44. Marvel aa 28. Manning 2 fast ones and other II., record 2 35. trial Abdallah l'llot was sired bv Alexander's Abdal lah; 1st dam by ltlandina by Mambrino Chicl. He aired Pickard a i8'4, Red Jim and others. Colts will stand lor the season. We nisumo no responsibility for accidents, but all care will be taken to avoid them. W. H. JACKSON V CO., it London, Ky, Standard Rule 6. a 34. Sired by Sultan 1084 First dam Hettie At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. sire of Dr West a Kinkead by Contractorued by Sire of Stamboul 2 11, 1313. 3lleccrdAlcarer 1 30 17. Contractor20,was llamble-- Sweetheart 2 ai and 35ltuly 3019K. and grandsire in 2 list by RniiiUM is a beautiful bay, t6H hands high and Ajax, lull brother to Orange Girl a Ionian 10. ion tractor's dam i.uuy i.oaocy riy of 8 in 2 10 list. foiled in 1S35. Ladv Dunton by George Wilkes jto, s Hamblettnian 138, full brother to Volun- First His tut dam Zclkn by Hiawatha, he by Imp. Al t.reen record 2 21. sire Harry Wilkes-- !3 13M. Guy. Wilkes , . . blon; 2d dam by Mambrino Messenger '3d dam liy teer aind Sentinel. Aiax sired t in a - o list. .. CV. .! 2 iyt n.i lon - 10 1, ou ou z I, l niiuI 111 j 30 II. Downing' Messenger. 41I1 dam by Young's JeffSecond dam Josic, record 2 to-.- , by Night Hawk erson, parer; jthdam by Hunt' Commodore. Second dam full sister to D. Monroe 2 iS, by 314, sire of RedCross 2 26J, Minnie Warren 3 37K Ho was sired by Messenger Chief, Jr., by MesKitty and the dams ol K.d Annan a i6j.4 Seatry 2 3J, Al- senger Ch'cf, sire of Maud Messenger iio1;; 1st Jim Monroe 835, sire of Lady Monroe 2 16)4,jo list. fretta 3 26 Tecumseh 3 38 Vc Hate 3 19, Monroe Chief 3 i8' and 14 in 2 dam Jcniiio tlmo 2 10; 3d dam by Ma.ubrlno .MeJim Monroe by Alexander s Abdallah 15 ssenger; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief; 4th dam by Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, sireof Lads Imp. Napoleon. M 2 30 and Gen Knox, sire of Lady Maud 3 iSi Messenger Chief was sired by Abriallah Pilot; it Third dam by Duvall's Mambrino, son of Whip. Calmors 2 wi and 17 in a 30 list. Registered as Mob Link Sired liy the great Itelmont 64, sire of Nutwood, 14M. Wedgewood a 19 and 36 3 S)i, Fred Arthur in a 30 list and sire of 25 daughters the dams of 31 in 2 jo list. SUMAC. is, ij,, 1 tO InSUre Colt. Will make the season ol 1891 nt my place J miles uu mu uansnic pike, inim He is a bay. 13S, bands blah, 3 years old and is a typi cal saddler He Is by Hutcnlv.ii Chief. No. A f. 5R1 ."1 t.n TnSlirn JI TVTnrn in Vnn 1 . - ... - vx' I320, by nicwiidci .m:i iiuicnikoii unlet first dam hv bentiuel. 3d dam bv Alm.n.li.,'. All. dallah, jd dam by Red lac et Messenger Chief Money due when the mare is parted with or bred to another burse. oy .MiUallali l'llot; Uam tiy Mambrino Messenger, Jd dam by Mambrino Clnel, 3d dam by Imp. Lord Clifton Is a beautiful red rrrel, with .1 Napoleon mane and tail, IS1, hands, fiuled In iSW and Denmark Chief's 1st dam was sired by Sumpter f;ood prrfrt t saddle hnite Denmark he b Ooddard's Denmark, ho by 'I hose who want to breed to a (ord saddle n (allies ,V Cromwell's Denmark, he by the raco are cuniiall) united to look at tny horse nr.d hnrse Denmark, he by Imp lledge'ord. His jd see him move dam was by On lime, id dam by Red Lion llo was slied by Secsnd 'ewel, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he hy oil Washington Denmark ,.-His hrst dam Fannie by a son nf Gill's Vermont. t u .11 .1... . raj one mine j.ck .khu a. , , j bv ()(1 Ml,llU. ,1lullt:ll,r,Hl. At $10 a Living it stai-lio- ,. .... ,. ' 1 . -? $20 to Insure a Living Colt Hy BROWN JIM. Record 3 lllackburn, Mates grated at reasonable rales, but not Hubble's Prince, the sire ot llrignoli and Joe spcnaible lorai.tidciit,sboiild any ixmr 8 I MU T XH A.. VJ .TT? AV.f ,j I '"" ,"",J ncidttillaismpad. re G A LACKEY, Stanford At Eight Dollars to Insure. .Mures parted with ji C 16 hands high I loiltils Private stallion. iSS.e; Clit'l a lb Sired by Voltaire 683 Hrst dam by ex ngto. 2 is; 2i nam lis liorlster. id Mambr no lam I.ady Manhope, grandam of Kosa Wilkts 13 t e insurance. L D. tSAKNKrs, Crab On hard, Ky. ERRICSSON, JR., Sect ml cousin to Maud S , Jay KxoScnand Hy Krricssrn 1 Nut-woo- ai. Italre 2 o) (by Tattler joo; dam Voung I'or- strictly a fine horse, smooth turned if extra muscular development, showing great power. He has Roebuck an excellent set of legs, tlat, clean and hard in finish: the individual merit ol tin. stallion in form, fin tub) Manibriim Chief 11:3d dami byolney br g sire of llruw Jim, is also the sire ish and action is fully up to and in keeping with his high breeding. Hi oldest Co ts are coming owned by K. W Cnbbs, Dccatui, dam Ncl.10 by A Mm (in iltmilh, who made a recand also show great natural speed, lie had a of 3oH Mich., that went trials better than 2 30 last year. I will pay $300 to the breeder of the first 230 ord in 1890 dam2 telltale Tatil-- r, Voltaire's ol sire, by MetW, byTelamo", son I'llm.Jr , performer ol his get since he has been owned by me slri'l Indianapolis 3 31, Humor 3 311 Slander BELMONT CHIEF will make the season of 1S91 at my place near McKmncy at is HELMONT CHIEF is a tich bay in color, was foaled in he stands full 16 hands high and uimon.a 11 v llambletonUn tu PENCE! d S6O to Insure or S30 the Season, with Return Privilege. i. KING BOY. isen rti Did Hi,.!. ,i,P 0 jr-(l, , ,0 lst) and the sire of the dams of.,ti tS., Jay K.e Maud Sir and Nutweoit. Ijrricsson, Jr, a sdld black, id hand high ... ni .,...! and every lm.li a horse Hi. r.,1.. site, Myl and telor.aie .unable for the rarin, track and Rastem market, and faelnv of unusually uocl sllion., can w 6 in 3 30 list 1st dam by II.-I- kc Of J. P. CROW, Proprietor. lsiy ; Belleview Stock Farm, Season of 1891. Insure Living JV l Star Denmark, Insure Living jlj 'STemng Jack BEIXEVIEW WHSES 13994. it., lli. tii-i- 1 . mrrrirl tki" At $8 to Insure a hr t- - TORSEY GOLDDUST, D SAM. -- fl fl I' P fl II M- fl P t Ptl stssUrlUUlIti st j At $8 to Insure a Living At $10 Insure a XU2TGOX.D. n.. 1 "'" t I J i'X.v::i 'f .. " '"" lL,li j?.hdaT.v.vir.":R: 1 1 Jor-nsot- Insure Living ,,., . At S50 Cash, with tho usual Return Privilege. ,., ....-...-- h. ,j...i -- '?JAVl,,'.l '"'. . 1 "'"" - s, BOSCOE. ..... , t" 1 JM..'Vtt it. l!'.i.J F ".'.." '' '.". MAPLE SHADE BREEDtKG FARM. FAULCONER, STEVE WALKER, . "J-- At $10 Living - EAGLE BIBS. Insuro a Living ABDALLAH MA3II5RINO 3715, $100 the Sc.'tson. IIAVELOK 5I3X, 50 to Insure. Geo. QUININE S. 1x048, $40 to Insure. TURNER, SHETiLAaNI) PONY, $10 to Insure. i 1 .tt Dictator 3862. Saddle StallloiiH. At $30 Insure a Living At ia, ' t6, i;, king iuckii:n a Living I 24-- u,. . At $10 Wallace Deamark, gs y si. 1 -- :.. 1 :! d 1 ICMl-VI- Ed Barlow 2375. aH) ... SILVER TIP. Insure Living cnup-ranc- Stallions for 1891. 1 Xic1SwEIj, JOHN S. WEIVLS. Insure a MINSTREL, At Insuro. At $10 1 BOBINSON, LEXINGTON DENMARK Insure a LITTLE RUFFIN, At Insure. Mont-(joiner- At $10 Insure a Living iu 1 At Phal-lamo- nt Wallace at Joe Embreo, 1 to Insure a Living POWHATTAN III At Insure. Breeze Wilkes. t6. 1KOGA1T. , WATERLOO. '" "MAPLES' to Insure a Living i8. CONCREGAN, At to Insure. -- Arthur Sims 3041, $20 to Insure. com-bin- At $10 Insure. s. WYLEY. 1 s Five Splendid Jacks, Eagle Denmark, At Insure. For Imported Hidalgo. Wyandotte'5526, $20 to Iciure. At to Insure a Living At $10 to Insure a Living At $10 Insure. h At $10 Insure a ck I..ftv. y. w. ! r- -' tui'pi '"fpim? 'm ' "' j. ''"jiywm" W " . V t-- .' " HM W1IEN GREEK MET MEDE. THE MARVELOUS DEEDS OF ONE DAY AT MARATHON. Tim Miwi or AtlniM l.ctl mi liy MIHlHdrs Quickly I'ii t ii IVrtiun Hint In Kout mill I'ouiiili'it tli (lliiry of Clrcrcr 3lir-ntlio- n Siivnl i:uriirun Civilisation. ICupyrlulit, Iftit, li- - American I'rvM Awocln-lioltKik rlclitsrfw-rviMl.l n. Mjfy, rfS vw r?? plciMntthJi?atl VJW 6 liTb-- - . J 'itct'ttlwl tli(iuw tlr- - wlii'llitT KunipfaiHlvllljitlon kIioiiM Ik? iloml-nnti- Wcltlvo Imttlci of Jrftliu vwirlil bocnim) g - il liyldciH mid customs from n ii il t Indent tliu iirk'iit, of firmly fortI In .vltleaprvjul lniloli'iicc, or In; frcu to ilcveloji from tlm frculi and energetic will of (Jrwk ntid Hotiuiti culture. It H'M tlicro lluit 110 heroic (Jm-yielded llielr liven to purchaso n victory hoso frul In have ft linn-ilnKt'iicnitlorit of Kiirriixwn Mood. The Imttlcnelil whrni IVrwln'ii victim liortlo Klrst bowed tlio bruut of Hrllaa' rootnl ihiMitlim 01) I il enrevr; The fl)ltm MiiIp, Tho fiery ewonl, An on tlio morn to dUtnlit Khiry ilrir. Whcti Mnrntlion lieouno n niacin word; Which utleri-d- , to tlio lirari r'n eye nppcnr Thpcump, this host, tliu tight, tho eoiiijueror'n IiN Kroin Mnrntlion, nlno, ilnUil a new departure In tlio conduct of warfare, Miico of courna tlrld no niirprlNliiK in It nwult linil lt KuitdiH mid It hero for the umtilii- t (on of wen who nlumld coino "'I'liU wm .Mlltladei, n cillreii of Athena, who had been in the rlrt of D.triUH the Merit, and had ishnrK)nri liU wlti a n Mildlerof fortune In Niinuof tliucon'itivnil tolouleM uhent In; wiw a mil rap of tho king, The, Alhctdaim fori!!. him Urtvri him onti of the it rave. Mm and ti'ii KeneraN of their nrmy, when li to them with a price upon hit heail f jrau net of ri.irlni; treachery to Darin. Tho Iurslnu nrmy wt out in tliu year 400 II. to puuinh Athcnnfor ImrliiK iik"!!!-iifu-rtviin- (ircrk, lilt rel shaft Ica. broken Uw. ptirsiiliii; tvnr. l'er-tdn- ii ri schemes of fomenting treiirlivry thn Imcka of the (Jnek soldiery. .Mlltladcs counti d upon the superiority In orj;anl7.a-lio- n mid armor of his soldiery mid upon their patriotic enthusiasm. Thu situation demanded IkiIiI tactics. The custom of his time wiw to udvaiice tliu whole lino of Imt-tl- c slowly and steadily in uniform phalanx, lint the Held of Marathon wns so liro.ul as to call for mi extended line, mid Miltindes concentrated heavily ou tho wins and weakemsl the center. Tho formation of the Krouuil favored his inovements of preparation, utiobnTved by the enemy, until all was ready Then tho trumel sound, ed, h inns mid ehortntfoiiH wero chanted, and 11,0(10 spearmen rushed down the slope upon thu uususpectiiiK Asiatics, Tho rapidity of movement was alfo au innovation, hut tho object Ions usually urgtsl, that who k) In on tho run exhaust their wind before they K't Into action, would not apply to Athenians, who were trained runners from youth. Pompey In his timo held to this objection, but CifH.tr Iwllevwl that runnliiK excited thu soldiers' couritKc mid gave forco to their blows. Tho IVrslan finny wiwcomKisedof ninny monirrel hordes, liiuertheless It had n substantial fortoof disciplined men under ablo leaders. Tho rush of tho Athenians took nil by surprise, and tho irregulars, who acted as mounted men, did not have timo to get Inline, Thu (Irceks were heavily tspilpls'il, Ix'arin spears, lielinutft, breastplates, shields, greaves mid short swords. Tho Persians had no armor ami only wicker shields, with short lances mid clmeters for weapons, Tlio shock of the first attnek broko down the front lino of Persians, but they milled and set to work to retrieve, Individually and by weight of nuiiilsrs, what they had lost In tho surprise. The t Persian troops wero in the center, and they succeeded In not only repulsing the Creek center, but in driving It Kick nrrons tho plain up a valley that divided tho mountain side. The Creek wings, however, had leen sticces.sful, and hail routed eerythlrig opposed to them. Thtc wax thu turning jsiint, mid thu faith of Mlltlades In thu organisation of his soldiery wim Justified. In ninety nlno cases out of it bundled victorious soldiers rush wildly In pursuit mid go too far. Such it mistake nt .Marathon would hnve changed t lie history of the world. Hut tho Clicks in loth Hanks Is-s- MIltlndeH thief forthecrtn-paland ticUrt under his ordew. Tlio Pendnin meatiwhllo were doln nothing except to iitku ou Ulpiiias in hln nU elected n FRENCH M'KINLEYISM. PRANCE IS SPIRITUAL FASTING. "IF SO BE YE HAVE .IK YOU ARE COING NORTH OR WEST, 'I REVISING HER TARIFF UPWARD. Corrupted by McKluley's ICxninpIn High I'renrh Industrie Turin" Agitation .Ylxrmeil Kometlilnc Cur the American THE TASTED THAT LORD IS GRACIOUS." .. ..THE There Is rurmrr. A year npo we were in the midst of tho tariff excitement growing out of thoMo Kinley bill. Committees of inamifnvt-tircr- n were ruidiinjj back and forth In Wiwliington, homo pleading for duties to protect them from ruin, others pleading against promised dutioH, likewise- to avoid ruin. France ia now going through precisely the same cxiwrience, a commission having Ixs'ti appointed last year to revise the tariff. The French hod caught the tariff grippe from its, and with them also to revise means to revise upward. This commission has leen at work for months, and only recently it has brought in its rejiorts. DLscassion has begun in the chamber of deputies and will continue till next fall. Tho tariff is to bo ready to go into ojieration next February. The chairman of the tariff commission is M. Meline, who may bo called tho French Mclvinley. He honors the idea of our McKinley and parades them before tho chamlier of deputies in tho garh of patriotism, much after tho manner of our lord high tariff maker. He appeals to the example set by the United States as a hnfilcieut reason why France should reviso her tariff upward. When our exports to France, therefore, uro cut down by the new French duties, our farmers must thank William Mclvinley, of Ohio, for having narrowed their foreign market. This M. Meline is thoroughly saturated with McKinley ideas. Here is a sentence from his "The t system for a country is that which secures for it the greatest amount of bilion" Most people of ordinary common sense think that tho liest system is that which secures the great-famount of commodities, are quite content to save their labor, and will even invent curious mid cunning machinery to save labor. But McKinley and Meline think that it is labor thut we need more nnd more labor! Hut McKirileyism is stirring tip a storm of opposition in France. Lat year, when we were iilxnit to pass the McKinley bill with very heavy duties on French product!", the French made haste to put a duty of fifteen cents a bushel on our corn. The result of this, along with the? nso in the price of corn, lias been to cIom- up a number of large distilleries iu Bordeaux, Marseilles and other places, which were running mainly on corn The from tho United .States. great distillery at Marseilles has been closed up, nnd the stockholders decided to put it into liquidation. It used about :?,000 bushels of corn per day. It is jsiiuttsi out by a French journal that the distilleries of that country using corn had a capital of fSOOO.000. that they were in a most nourishing condition a year ago, bnt that after eight mouths of duties on foreign corn the distilleries are ruined. In view of these facts what a piece of grim hnmor for M. Meline to say in his roport, "Tho producer does not ask for any privilege, lie asks for only one thing, and that is re-jKi-rt: Is-skt No Login Tlmt Will Iteplnce ClirUtlnti KxperleiMO i:ttli Mint Ilitva Ills Onn, Ciuli .Mutt Ue:illu It for Himself The llrnlre of tilt) Heart. SREAM wJRKiacfflft V" .s2 LouisviLLca Nashville R. R. C ! Ionia In itn reUdllou itKitiiml AMnllc iiNiirpallon mid t) ranuy, and having tho lieiKhUtriiiK Killxra anil ninil ItHClty, Kretri-t- , tin an ex.unple of what would I to fa II Athens, they lB"riiri on tho plain of .Marathon with over 10O.Uk) men, The ItiteiidiiiK to march upon AtheuM, AtlieulaiiH went out to meet them I(i.Uia) h'roiiK, Mimiiiiinl'iK their tielt;lil)orf. to lend n hand Thi Swrtani proiiil-.-- l to do m, hut relii;ioiiH MTUplet doUiined them, nnil the I'lal4iniiH sent l,(Xl men to repay a similar mtvIco rendeiod fconiu yean lie fore. hen the Athenian KenerutM kiiiv Darius' hott heforu them mid Udield their own weak muster a division of opinion hIiowih! ItM'M nt nncv. Tho I'emlnn troopn up to thin (Into had proveil iiiilueililo in every mid tho rotitit wam.il apilnxt the , very unme of Mede nent terror to tliu souls Tho Atheul of the, moii of llellax. aiiH, however, hud immeuftii advantages In Kplto of their weiik iMittalloiiH, and llvn KdienilM out of ten voted fur mi Itiitneiiintu liatthi. The IVndnm had lauded on u low plain hut dllKhtly elevatetl from the IhwicIi, mid the (Jii'ks were upon u hui;ht that encircled the plain uwirly from hlioro to At tho extremltleH of the IicIkIiI n ueru tiuirhlicM which nt tho M'fison were ImimtHjihle for troop. Fivo of tho KeneraN icsnutned that, an the had romo to tlnht, they should Ixi to take tliu initiative, and liiitt their hcadt against tho Atlieiilan Hpeari that would nwnlt them nteory turn. Iltides, hince tho SarlanH were comliiK up to aid their fellow, it would Imi bent to postpono eon-iilurrGn-ekHau-tiiin1'cr-mai- 4xfM mm SO. VNfcN $&-'- . 'LVM!T . - nii-iort- to W Million OK KIVH IIAIIIIK. inalntaiiKHl pot feet coolness, and when the work cut out for them was done, wheeled mid united, mid .Miltindes placed himself lit their heod mid led them uKin the victorious Persian renter. Tlio discomfited (ireok center, seeingthls.ralllisl mid renew- the light. Theisimpact formation won tho one for the now emergency, and Ctcck dicipliiiH enabled Mlltlades to vary his tactics in tlie heat of ait Ion. The solid ranks of the united coin hum mid their heavy armor of the nod superior equipment for lighting at close iuiirters defeated every eliort of the Asiatics, mid llimlly tho whole Persian host was in n rout. And at this time, the, iroer moment, the spirit of carnage that liad come iiK)ii the Creeks by reason of action until their arrival nt least. On the other hand, tlvu colleaifiu-- voted their siieei'vsful blows was given full play, for Immcdlnto attack on tho Persian camp. mid tln'3" pursued thu shattered iuases to tho MlltindtM heiuled this party and founded tho water's edge, mid cut theiiidown for embarkaIiIh opinion on hU knowledu'oof the Persian ships ilrnwn iisui thu troops, whom he deenus:! inferior ti (Jrefki tion. .Many ships were Ismrdcd mid fired, when thu Utter went well handled, and lib) mid the Asiatics who hail thu temerity to liellcf In thu uucertnlnty of human airain, offer resistance, were drowned or slaughno uintter how nwe colored they nilfeht ap- tered. ThoCrcek loss wns mainly sustained on thu Calllmachus fell there, and Hilled pear. Atheim wilh twentj-iwfront Mnrnthou, and there, safely hid-l- also one of the ten generals. Soven Permen wereon the warpath, sian galleys were burned, mid the rest wliilo were faction of MhemliiR men rendy to quickly pushed off, U'liring away ft vast U'trny the Mate Into tho hands of I). irluHfor army, so far its iiumls:rs went, despitu tho their own ends. An uxpelled tyrant of enormous los.s in battle. Hut Mlltlades' work was not ended. Athciw, llipplrui, Wfw in tho Icilmi camp intitlgntiiiK tho warfare o Ids people in Athens Wfut still e.Kcl to treachery, and to the craft of Darius' able general, Datls. Hipplns bud been killed in the tattle but his emissaries might unwittingly betray thu scantily gnrrisoiusl city to the Persians if summoned to do so wliilo tho Athenian nrmy was nt a distance. Tho hero of Marathon did not sit down on his laurels, but left h guard over the fabulous spoils of tho field, mid licforo daylight on the morning after tliu battle mustered his weary sol- tilers on thu heights above the city, where, to tho mnii7.emeiit of thu Persian lender, they lay In full view of his fleet as it eu- tered thu hnrlior of Athens after a rapid night's sail. The victory was complete. The Persians withdrew, mitl tliu moral effect was such that Creclan courage never quailed and never yielded Is'foiu thu monster hordes of tho Orient. Thu Persian dead on thu field were over six thousand, mid great nuinliers were OI1EKK riOHTIKO MKN. the hope of liclng reitibtnteil ns ii satrap of drowned in tlio sen or burned in tho ships. the conqueror. Of course he hrnl tools at The Athenian deatl, numbering only lltt, were exceptionally honored by Interment work In Athens, mid hence Miltlade.s that what might be gained by delay upon thu baltletleld, where it mound was in the fluid would bu lost in giving time for raised over their Imiucs, and ten columns wero erected to commemorate the fallen of plotters to get tip n lire in tho rear. The tun genera la were evenly divided, and the ten trilies which took part in the (kitto tho in such emergencies the war ruler had the tle. Tho Spartnn deciding vote. That ofllco was filled by mi number of -- 0C) ipado it forced march of Athenian noble, Calllnmchus, who was list- 150 miles in three, days, but were too Into to share in the glory. Thu tactics of Mllening gravely to the discussion of the Mlltlades appealed to him with some- tlades nt Marathon luivo been n study for what blunt, but forcible eloquence, to voto military men ever since. Hud ho adhered for nn offensive policy. "It now rests with to Grecian custom mid spread his men in a .uniform lino they would not have been you, Calllmachus," he said, "either to Athena, or, by assuring her freedom, able to strike a telling blow ut any given towiafor yourself Immortality of fame, (point, nud could have been broken with ease, mm no sent mem in ut a siow p.ice n uchfUnot even Harraodlna and have acquired; for never since the the Persians would have had time to form Athenians were a peopK were they in such and off er stout resistance. The formation danget as they are at tfela moment. If they in heavy wings and a weak center was betne to thee Medea tkey are to be ter than a strong center and light wings, bow ,U given' up to Hippiasi and you know what because the center, even though success- they then will have to suffer. .But U Athens i ful, could have been flanked by the Per cornea victorious out of this contest she sians with their ample forces and the fahas it in her to become tM) Drat' city of vorable open ground on either side. Yet Greece. Your vot is to decide whether we for all this it was the steadiness of the are to Join battle or not. If wado not bring Greek wings ih stopping the pursuit ut the to assail the on baMW presently aoaie factious intrigue proper timo and iu will disunite the Athenians and the city L.Persian center that carried the day. will be betrayed to the Medea. But if we j Tho Persian cavalry, believed to have fight before there is anything rotten In the 'been 10,000 strong, seems not to have put state of Athens, I believe that, provided In a blow, although the Persians selected the ajatewHlslv fair play aad no favor, the plains of Marathon as a spot especially adapted for this ana of service, of which we an abto to get the best of It iu an the Greeks had aooe. Bient." Gjnxgk L. KlLatKR. CalllmachwwM was, and tbeotber geay ed ' (ii-ek- justicel" Hut the distillers are not the only peo- 111 o di-tfi- n In-tt- I by the tariff builders. Iu Calais, just across the Strait of Dover from England, the princiji.il industry is the making of cotton loos and nettings, the annual production of which amounts to The industry gives employment to i!7,000 ien.ons. Now, these laces nro made of u kind of thread produced only iu Nottingham, England. Tho spinners of France do not produce tho thread nt all, but M. Meline wants to make them spin that grude in order to make "mora labor." Accordingly ho puts a duty of to forty-sicents a from thirty-sevejwnnd ou it. Hut this ianot all; tho lac industry must bear a still greater burden. Its lace looms are not made in Franco ut all, but M. Meline wants to create "more lalwr" for the French people. He does not want tho French lace makers to use English looms, and bo he performs n great feat of McKinleyism and raises the duty ou lace looms, now 100 each, to $14,-000,00- ple in France who have been stirred up 0. n x fISO. Of conrse the lace makers protest vig- orously against these burdens upon their industry. They point ont that the existing duties on cotton thread have crippled tlio industry, 2,000 of the weavers having emigrated to foreign countries to carry with them the secrets of their Besides these cases the silk industries of Lyons, Saiut Etienno and other places have protested against the proposed duty on raw silk, and the commission abandoned tle proposal. Bnt when the commission wanted to vote a duty upon silk goods, nnd when the great silk manufacturers of Lyons objected, the commis-wo- n went ahead and voted the duty thus protecting the manufacturers in Bpite of themselves. A meeting of the paper, book and printing trade of Paris, too, was held to protuit against the duties which would prove burdensome to their industry. The manufacturers of linen underwear, with an annual production of 140,000,000, protested against the enormous duties on their material, which would thus bo made to cost from five to seven times more than in Germany and Austria. Thus goes the tariff war in France. It is bot a repetition of what has been seen over and over again in our own country. So called statesmen, fancying that they know better than the people themselves what is best for them to do, step in with their nostrum of protection in order to give the people more work to do to meet their wants. It is the Bsune old story The liberty of the indieverywhere. vidual to buy and sell where he chases h ruthlessly infringed, the many are taati for the few, the powerfisi, tae ncn, get the Mob's) shars, aad the many areaogcai. gaah to proUction, trade. ed The term taste, used ns a noun or n verb, is in tho IJible employed to describe religious experience, nnd for this purjiose it is a very expressive and significant term. If a man lias an orange iu his hand he cannot tell whether it is sweet or sour by simply looking at it or by handling it. He must actually taste of it, and then the reuniting sensation will settle the fiuestinn"?? quality. Precisely so is it with religious experience. Knoli exjxrienco is only truly gained by spiritually tasting of religion. Then tho exjierience will come, not ns n theory, not as something merely conceived of, but as a heartfelt fact. The Psalmist, for example, says, "How sweet are thy words to my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth" (PmiIuis cxix, 103). This language represents the spiritual delight and joy, the comfort and hope, of which piety is conscious when in thoughtful contact with the word of God as contained in the Holy Scriptures. Such piety actually tastes the word of God, and knows its qualities and relations to feeling by tasting, as no one can possibly know them without the tasting process. The difference on this subject between the sneering nnd scoffing infidel who really knows nothing nbout what lie is sneering at, and tho believing and devout student of tho Bible, is heaven wide. The latter actually tastes of the jiower and blessing of that book, and feels tho jiower and blessing iu his own heart, and knows what they are by a happy nnd glorious experience, and is htneo a judge of tho Bible as the former is not ami cannot lie so long as he maintains the attitude of a scoffer. So, alo, tho Psalmist says again, "0 taste and see that tho Lord is good; blessed is tho man that trusteth in him" (Psalms xxxiv, b). The Lord is always good and his tender mercies are over all his works, whether we taste or not; yet his goodness becomes n ienli2ed fact in our experience and a source of comfort and joy to the heart only as we spiritually taste of it. The sinner who is overwhelmed with tlio burden of conscious sin, nnd fearful of coming and deserved wrath, when ho comes to God by nnd faith and asks to be forgiven, find through Christ is forgiven, and then has the sense of iiardoned siu imparted to his soul and tho hope of glory substituted for his fears and anxieties tastes and sees and feels and knows that the Lord is good. He has a song on his lips resjtonsive to the praises of his heart. Forgiven tins nro in his experience, and the light of God's countenanco shines all through thatexjierience. The felling of his heart is that God is his friend, and that tie will not fail to make good to him the gospel promise of salvation. The sweetest, purest nnd most select companionship of his earthly life is that which ho finds in God himself. He has no occasiou for atheism or any form of infidelity as tho antidote of fear. He can believe in the whole doctrine of the Bible God, and yet be hopeful and hnppy. Ho litis tasted that tho Lord is good. "If so be." said Peter, "ye have tasted that the Lord is gracious'' (I Peter ii, a). Tho context shows that by tho term Lord, as here used, the apostle meant Christ that Christ to whom ho referred when ho mid, "Whom having not seen ye love; in whom, though now yo see him not, yet lielioving yo rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory" (I Peter i, 8). Hero is a tasting of the gospel of Christ that only those who do tho tasting can understand. The secret of the Lord in this respect is confined to those who believe in him and love him. Thoughtless, careless, Christless minds, filled to the brim with the follies, vanities, sensualities nud sins of this world yes, what tlo such minds know nbout of the gospel narrative, tho or nbout the grace of salvation as it conies from him? They have never "tasted that tho Lord is gracious." Tho dialect of Christian saintship is to them an unknown tongue. They have no experience that corresponds to tasting; nnd so long us they remain in fetich a mental attitude, they can have none. The melody of Christian piety is no melody to them. Some of them would find more musio nnd more pleasure in the obscenities and profanities of a grog shop, or tho brutality of a dog fight. This matter of spiritual tasting is always personal. No one can do it for another, or transfer his own tasting to nnother. And no one can tell exactly what the tasting is until ho does it for himself. Religious tastence is always an affair of experience; and those who bo live as not to have it are of necessity very poor judges of it. They may sharply criticize Christians in their way, yet they really know very little about Christianity, and experimentally nothing about it. 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No. s runs daily from all stations except the longing became an earnest prayer We advlte, If patentable or not, frte uf and its charge. Onr fee not doe till patent la eco'f.dRowland Division, which is daily except Sundaf. to be made clean and beautiful. And its A PtMtMtt. "How to Obtain Patent!." with No. 3 daily except Sunday. prayer was heard. Presently the little Bamei ofactaal clients In joui State, county, or No. 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexington. town, tent free. Addre t, No. 43 Pans and Lexington Accommodation daisoiled drop was lifted up out of the gutly. Leaves Lexington 10:00 a. m. A. rives Parts into tho air higher and higher. Then ter 10:45 a. in. No. 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves the breeze caught it and it was wafted OpHtts PatoM Mm, WwHotlM, D. C Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m daisy away, away, and by and by it rested in except Sunday. WK WILL SENU- No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 600 a m. Arrives Cisv the bosom of a rose, a drop of pure, crysexcept Sunday. SJ tal dew. So God answers our prayers TES X2TTXBX0B J0US2TAL cinnatt 2 7and a m dally 6 make connections at Winchester fsr No. - M. V. points on the N. N. R't, . D. for holiness. "Blessed are they which No. a carries lb rough cars from Cincinnati) IN CLUB WITH- do hunger and thirst after righteousness, Viddlcsborough and Cumberland Gap and all lay termsdiatc stations and runs daily. Cincinnati, for they shall be Oiled."- -J. R. Miller. DEMOREST MAGAZINE W. L RMUNSON, Trav. Pass.P.Agt.. ATMORK, C. S. . KNOTT, You must try to be good and amiable Agv. un. Traffic Manager, General olBcc, Louisville, Ky. not think that to everybody, and do ONK YEAR FOR fc.jo. S. P. B. MORS& Gcn'l Pass'i'r Agt.. Christianity consist ia a melancholy Office Chamber ol Coamerc Uuifdmg ,Oa claBtJs Staaford.Rr. W.P.WALTON, - and morose life. Lacordalra. Trade-Mark- s - One day a drop of water lay in a pool on the city street. It was stained and soiled. But looking up, it saw the blue Maysvilleat 10 to, am, and 753, p m. No. I leaves Maysville at 3 30 a m, arriving at Pans at at 13a and 7 40, am. No. ia leaves Maysville arrives at Paris at 4 io,p rn. These trains are daily except Sunday. No. 2, dally to all points except Rowland Dlvis-Iowhich is daily except Sunday. No. t runs dally from Lexington to Cincinnati. n. On theMaysville Ilranch, No 9. leaves Paris 9 55, a m and No. 11, at 5 37, p in, arriving at at CrA.SNOW&CO. -- Cinctn-nati5:iop- A- r. ft&- - f Semi-Weekly MhOTMAwMMMIrW Interior Journal May 5, 1891 Stanford, Ky. W. P. WALTON. EIGHT PAGES. Thk unanimous nominntion of Mr. 1). B. Kdmiston, of Crab Orchard, by tlio democracy of Lincoln, to represent tlio county in the next legislature, is a compliment worthily bestowed. Curable, nfl'nble, honest and trustworthy, he will make a representatiue of which all of us will be proud. There are a few demo- L L ft woman of Atchison, Kas., placed a revolver at her husband's head and made him sign a pledge of total absticrats who say they cannot support him, Both revolver and husband nence. because he ran nuinst tho democratic were loaded at the time. nominee for circuit clerk in 1S74, whom The act repealing tho special taxes he defeated, his popularity carrying the on dealers in leaf and manufactured toopposition ticket with him. We admit bacco, cigars, etc., went into effect Frithis was a grave offense, but Mr. Kdmisday. Its abolition will cause a decrease ton has atoned for it as far any man could of $1,000,000 annually in the governbe expected to do. BeloupitiR to a republican family, it was hut natural that Hos. K. C. Wakhk.v returned home ments revenue. W. B. Snooks, the bridegroom of tho first inclinations should be in that Sunday after an arduous canvass for the his Louisville wedding, where many per direction and when importuned by older auditorship. Ho admits some disapSELF-LACIN- G democrats at that, to pointment on tho result in a few coun- sons wi re poisoned at the feast, died heads, and oppose tho ticket they did not like, there ties, but on tlio whole ho is pretty well Thursday at the Burnet Houbc, Cincinis no wonder that the boy, for he was satisfied and almost confident that he nati. This makes tho 0th death. Mrs. but little past his majority, should have will receive the nomination. Tho num- Snooks is still at the point of death. The track foreman who is held reyielded. But after he studied tho prin- ber of instructed votes for him is 12.'! and sponsible for the Old Colony railroad ciples of the two parties more he was he is absolutely confident that on the convinced that he was on the wrong first ballot ho will receive 213. A num- wreck, by which several Louisville peotrack, and at the following election he ber of counties that are naturally his ple lost their lives several mouths ago, We to we cast his voto for the democratic did not instruct for him, because they was tried for manslaughter in the first best, , degree at Dedham, Mass., but the jury of ticket, and this he has not. failed to do had candidates and numerous delegaGoods for 17 years! If this is not a test of his tions besides are pledged to him. Nor failed to agree. up-BoyAt Del Kio, Tex., there was a mur Sjjc. earnestness in the cause, we would like man leads of course in tho instructed r,Qcw o to know what more could be demanded? vote because ho had the machinery, but der little less horrible than tho New the. 17 Besides his advisers and supporters have he will likely not bo able to add many York butchery. During her husband's assaulted by a A. I'KHANSKY, not only been forgiven long ago, but more votes to his list. The chances for absence a woman was welcomed back to the party and some of Mr. Warren seem fully as good, to s.ty MeAican and her body chopped to piec- Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MAXES GAHRIEL, them given positions of honor and trust the least, as any of the four, and his es. In letters of his victim's blood tho murderer wrote "Fresh beef for side" en in it. Other men claiming to be demo friends aro confident that he will win crats have not only scratched tickets, but the nomination for the ofiica for which the walls of the house. The detectives think they have The yardmen of tho Kentucky bolted when it suited them and done he is so well qualified and worthy. the fiend who butchered Carrie MEW MEW Lumber company at Williamsburg struck Brown at New York, and scattered her even worse than either. These too have for the discharge of their foreman and been forgiven and one or more honored .Mn. Waiikkn has a letter from Mr. entrails all over the room. Ho is not with the party's endorsement for honor- II. Brashear, of Bowling Green, which an increase of 12 per cent, in wages. Oth- "Jack the Ripper," but another scounH.iii.i recently ptirch.al of Mr. J. K. Holdain his stock of GKN-KRAable and profitable otlices. We do not says that the delegates of Warren coun- er bauds were sent for from Knoxville, drel known as "I'renchy, .No. 1." MKRCHAiVDISK, to which we have since made large addithink there will be occasion to inuist ty are uninstructed, but as certain to but on their arrival were persuaded to Bucklen's Arnica Salve tions in evtiy department, which gives lis a large and complete stoclc much on the party supporting Mr. Ed- - vote for Mr. Warren ns they are for return by the strikers, who paid all their The ben expenses. This strike throws .".00 men orc, ulcer, ive in the worlit lur cuts bruivt. miston. It will do so very cordially, but Clay. As Warren is the home of alt rheum, fever m, trttcr, consisting of Ury Goods Notions, Hoots, Shoe, Hats, Hard all Ui chilblains, out of work, who are not in the strike. lon hand,xitiely cure .orn ad no jwy tmo we write this to call the attention of of insurance our commissioner pile, or ami ware ami yueeimvare ami Kurniturc, also a large and well assorted those gentlemen who consider that he Dick scores a big victory in getting her Manager McKeesavs the company will '!. It it guaranteed tu irno perfect atifaclior, 1'rico 5 cent per or money refunded stock of Men's, Hoya and Vomits' Clothing, nil of which will be sold not entertain any proposition fioin the 1'or Hk by A K I'tniiv, SMNtiird, Ky. has committed the unpardonable sin to IS votes. stiikeis now. at Rock Hottom Trices. I'lense honor us with a call and examine our think how they have treated others, and Guivrcntood Curo Tor La Clrlppo. Davikss went for Brown and I'rey then remember that consistency isn jewc!l you stock nnd prices. We aiitlmrue our adverlued dnrKgnt MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. el. We have no Aas to make for bolt- Woodson is very happy. Dr. kinjf't New Dmovwy for Laatumnlion. 1 Remember our terms are strictly cash or produce. upn thu condition If yro Cld. Cuk" Samuel Adams and Miss Maggie ar afflicttHl' with I. (inppd ! u ers. On the contrary, they are a class lhi NEWSY NOTES. Very Respectfully, aiiordihn t.direitiou. rivipic it a fair trial Carson, both of the Preachersville neighthat we have no feeling for whatever, and expennce no benefit. oh mar return the butmoney rlmld We male borhood, eloped to Jollico last week and tle and but we do insibt on fair play and that no jour Barry Sullivan, the actor, is dead. lr. thi uffer Seiaur "f lb wwoderful oucieM epiexception be made against Mr. Edmis-toKing' New Iinery tlurmc lat eaM Tho public debt statement is doc- were married. Board and Miss IVarl demic ll.ne hiard of no caw m btth it failed, Mr. C. II. J. !'. Cimmins. Salesman. in the general amnesty that has pre- tored to show n decrease of $1,514, I327 Crab Orchard, Kv. K Pen)'dr Gallegher, of Harrodabnrg, were mar- fry it I'rMl bottle free at A $ vailed all along the line. we 50c tre last month. ried Thursday last and drove at once to A C3 clone at l'aducah Sunday deLookH. The employing printers all over the molished tlio Methodist church and oth- this place, where they spent several (Jood looV are Goodtkan Vm deep, depending more days, occupying rooms at tho Myers upon u healthy condition of nil te vital srjan. i county are getting up petitions to er buildings. look, X tttltou House. Tho groom is a good looking thelitrr be mmii)0 have have a dptuc asking that the government he tayour tom.h be dinrdered y Jim Taylor, who killed 1'olicoman IIII'. VICAX CHIUJ-lbe atfectetl you "" look and 1! yourVidne) ken out of competition with their trade. Cook at Franklin, Tenn., was taken from young fellow and his hrido n beauty. ill pinched loo1. s,.revour health and yon v.alLave iof look Klectnc llrtter U the great At p recent the post office department tho jail and hung. CHURCH AFFAIRS."" terative and tonic. aU directly oh thee vital w prints and delivers free of charge stampa ran Cure, pimpl't. blotclie. boila and a Ham Berge, who murdered Joe BowKakmkkn Arn.NTiox. W'c call your attention to the following adJ'enny dim bld ed envelopes at the actual cost of the ma- ling in it cruel manner in Clay, has just Uev E. M. Green, of Green, of Dan- good completion bottle at A It .ent per tore, vantages of "The Vulcan" over any Chilled Plow made: First, the terial, thereby practically destroying the been given a life sentence. ville, and Rev. Ben Helm exchanged Vulcan is made of the original and genuine Chilled Metal. Second Tho Finest on Earth. business in that line of men who employ pulpits Sunday. Three girls were burned to death in I the iion used in chilled paits is first quality Lake Supetior Charcoal'. The Cm'tnimti. Hamilton .V !) ton UK hundreds of thousands of printers. It a fireworks factory in Now York by an The Enterprise says that the mootthe only line running l'ullniaH, I'erlected Saf.4) is hoped that Congrera will heed these explosion of powder. ing at the Lebanon Baptist church, held Vaatihuled train, with Chair Parlor Sleemnc i iiiiu, wc gue you a wihi point, no scooping out or shaving off to save iron. Fourth, wc give you a solid mould board, no thick edges nnd Dminc Car ervHe wwwn ukim.ii, petitions and stop the unequal competiThe J'rt'bton House, Fields' tin shop by Uev. A. S. I'ettie, resulted in :$l) ad- dianapol'"l Kttlmmg Chair ,MP "' h"e '"" c with scooped back. "'"r" x1 Car U-Fifth, the Vulcan mould board is re enforced on tion. Tho government has the same and the Hatten Houso at Catlettshurg ditions. l.nr. fhroiuh field, III. and SUepK nnatt. Keokuk and the back by libs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled Rev. A. S. Motlett is delivering a se- Cir Cincinnati to Mai kinaw; aHd the right to ftmiish the citizens with their burned last week; loss about $10,000. mould board ries of lectures on Palestine to his church Only Dlroct Lino lurry Plow guaranteed. For sale by nails or their salt at cost, as it has their Jim Burton shot and killed D. X. littwewi Cincinuitl, IMylon J.iniu, Toledo, Destationery, and wo hopo that it go in Logan at Harrogate, Tumi., because ho every Sunday afternoon, which the Clip troit, the Lake Region and Canada. 2S. c lhe road it ne of the oldest ill the State ol tho wholesale furnishing business or suspected him of intimacy with his wife. per compliments very highly. Ohioand the onl line cnlorme Clntinnati , The growth of Methodism has been mile ol douom track, auu iromiw " ..'" """ none. Senator Uuagau's make thu 5th res speeni, comiort aim marvelous. When Wesley died his fol- more than aure it patrons here, anil The Ilopkinsvillo Kentuckian has a ignation from the Senate since thu war, lowers numbered ISOO.OOO; 'Iicketton ale there read C , II .VI). ever) in or out 01 ec that they either the others being Conkling, IMatt, Gordon aro :X),000,000 fighting editor and his name is C. M. Methodists throughout the Indianapolit or Toledo. K. O McCOKMlCK. Meac'mtn. He takes care that his paper and Edmunds. world. General I'attcngcrand ticket Agent. The prohibitionists will hold their Bishop Thomas V. Dudley nnd Rev. never says anything about anybody that Dralcrln MII08' Norvo and Llvor PJUs he cannot prove and he permits no other State convention at Louisville on the W. Y. Sheppard arrived yesterday and person or paper to lie ol him. Ho lSlh, when they will be able to seo the are the guests of Col. and Mrs. W. G. Acton a new principle - reRulatinK the A liver, new tomacli and towel, through the nerve. WATCHES, clocks claims that A. S. Gentry, the editor of tail end of the race. Welch. The Bishop preached at tin dicovery Dr. Mile' Till tpeedily cure bilious torpid liver, liitw, contiati. Bay county. Mich., has paid for nei,bdtate, men, women, children bmallesl night. Methodist church last the republican paper in his town, had Unoiiualed for fcparrows since the sparrow law went miMet, surest. 50 dose 3$ cents. Sample free done so knowingly and with malice pro at A. It Penny's, Stanford WTRt pairing neatly and prompt-lFARMAND TRADE ITEMS. pense, so ho gave him a caning Satur- into effect, and it is claimed that these birds are gelling decidedly scarce. done. day. As wo never see Gentry's paper I'nlltirc-- In Z.llu T. C. Ball sold to E, T. Pence Montgomery county's tax levy for copie finl In mm)' nay. In liininrM, In we are not familiar with the, casus belli, butcher cattle at cents. n Ii:iiiiiip anil in Mllly, in ri'il- -' on but we aro confident that Meacham vjt3 county purposes has been fixed at 57 ' Elder Thnrp's meeting at George- healtb will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) camrcents and the poll tax at ?Ii. The latter either in tho right or thought ho was. town reunited in 20 additions. In ill" itiu:. ilirp la liiirt ' olrru'iito properly ' is double Lincoln's and the former 37 urculh, otr hi th- i am, ill?.. Mrs. Annie Buuuhman soltl to liuhr tics oflifiiU.u-lio- uvtlnn.i lit thu MtmiaHi wind, rifsi,, i'tc cents more. A Minnesota doctor proclaims that 11.1I11. ImIIkom on, film kk,I.s otc in tlie liver, Kahn 10 head butcher Htutl'at Mm lult side. In obedience to Secretary Blaine's it tornlility, ftmip'vlicti, clc 1' " tho world will ho destroyed in 11)10 and Sam Kedd, of Fayette, sold at So a h lUnirr .ui'l tollmen N h In-- iri olraln . between now and then wars, rumors of instructions, Mr. Blair returned to head 2(5 ( iri' for 1'or in. Unities Or Mi n .NV cattle, which he lhe a anil liiiirj i. tin it n muly. SoM, Washington. Mr. Blair says the Japanv ars and other diro calamities will L'lmnintor.l ami Kcoiiinici Uuil by A. u. l'i'iinjr bought last fall at Trcatike de the country. The only redeeming ese mission will suit him just as well as Tho Keuister says that T. D. All Important .Mutter. point in this prophecy is that the date the one in China. of Madison, sold his crop of 2,000 Dr.iirthls eve yulieri1 rcjiori ilrti tlio sales of A California Chinaman refused to is put oh" so long that of the conflagration tho Itostomtivit N'T me a iierw food ami bushels of wheat at $1.10 any tlilnj; uri- iiatniiMiInc tho people of this generation will not accept a paper dollar from the president Ed Jones sold to Mock Bros., of they cvorli.nl, n lulu II x.o unUorml satUfao in payment for a trinket. Mr. Harrison lion In lira ..ii'lio voiimicss Hli'oiili'hvncii., care whether it is fulfilled or not. Ferguson nnd a Gill's HOtlKil if uy, linct.iu'ho, poor rnuinnrr. tits, had to put up a silver dollar before the Boyle, a foal by illzzfnois ,..,. !. tu: tun .t On., , Tioy, N. V, 2YtARS FoR RrIcJMi?ri 0? ED For Trir &c Vermont innro for "f :J2." . AuihoryA M irphy. of Jlnti i Mich . C "We were puzzled for r.omo time to trade was consummated. II. YVouilvtuii , u.(o, nnJ ETc. Lar'0 shipments of fat cattle were hundrrils of olmiro st nt I "iirt Wityiic. It'll, hmi , lame know how numerous editors in tho State Destructive pine forest fires are ragnewr i'- lliul made last week from the Owenshoro dis- dlcil any mcilioiiio which koM ho rapully, or t5f?AVS OfJp APPLICAVlOrT fl REf CROUP could express the s;ituu opinions the ing for miles about Millville, X. J., and Trial Imttles of thu pens. They brought PEEDYKVg? RICHApjoH-TAYlPHMID- iS. and 5 (.rout such sailsructioii 011 Ncrtoui I)Kca.cs, mcillclni- ti'nl IkihIc same day in the same language. But the loss will bo heavy. Tho fires have tillery freo at A It 1. miy's. nho K"ia"toov ui.J we are at last onto them. These edito- been burning for two days and many cents and their owners made a line pro tccoiiuuemU H lit. rials are ready made and warranted to farm houses have been destroyed. A. J. Hayden sold Jeff Jones a teltl- lit any paper, by C. A. Snow fc Co., pat John Carroll, a white man, has been ing for JM0; to W. II. Cummins a ent agents, Washington, and aro in tho sentenceu at .nayueiu to mo imprisonhay stallion by Silver King for 2o0 main pretty well written. ment in the penituntiorv for the murder and to Otis Newland a bay mare, for When Ilaby was sick, we guia her Castorla. When she won a Child, she cried for Castorla. of a negro in 1881). Carroll has recently Editok A. A. Li'.wis, who edits the been discharged as cured from the Wes- $115. St. Lambert ATien she lMcme Miss, she clung to Castorla. Masena, a Somerset Republican from a perch on a When she bod Children, she gave them Castorl. cow, in Canada, has just completed tern Kentucky Insane Asylum. whiskv barrel, has been transferred from test in which she made 78 pounds AH of Sells Bros.' circus tents were Lawrenceburg to Burgin, where he asks of butter an average of over 2J pounds his exchanges to send their paper?. blown down by a s'orui at Tiffin, O., last per day. week. The concert was iu progress and Four dollars a day from the government At San Francisco in a handicap for persons were hurt, one or and twice as much from his paper ought some all ages, J miles, there were four start- RmMmtffflfAmwiismmt.mmmi&mm FREE TO ALl.g to give Mr. Lewis all tho money he two fatally. The animal cages were over- ers. Hot Spur won in 3 and the three turned, but not of the dangerous ones other horses for Our New Illustrateil jjfi wants in a Bhort time. ran a dead heat for second Catnlopio of Planli, 3s got loose. Bulbs, Vlntt, Shrubs, 3g place in I):01, the fastest previous time. "CastorUla so well dptd to children tbt Tress, Smill Frulti.g Kx-curt Colic, Oonstlpatloi, S. Trkasuhkr Si'I.vneh seems to U. S. District Judges have had their Bright Ferrill eays he has COO out of Grape Vines, Sesds.S I recommend Itaa superior to any prescription Dlarrhrro. Eructation, very proud of that wonderful salaries raised, but can not raise the ad- IJ.OOO given vloep, and pruiuoteat dl. have been trergrsens, etc., win : ICaatorla known to mo." hills of watermelons up, has plantII. A. Archir, M. D., f be malleil Free to all signature of bis. His will directs that ditional money, Congress having failed ed 8 acres in Irish potatoes and will 1 HI 80. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N, Y, Injurious medication. annllennts: W paces: of It be cut on his tombstone. to appropriate it. This is like the case ami 4000 varieties of h facsimile have 2 in cabbage. Returns from these Tn Ccnticr Compant, 77 Murray Street, If. Y. Plants, etc MniNiHriinn iiii.Mniiwui Ho evidently wants to remain incog, in of giving Philadelphia a new mint with- ought to pay him better than politics, , ffiianrot P 3K nreanluiiKAc lrWc the grave, for no will ever be able to tell out sending along tho money to pay ex- - unless he innkes more out of it than E NAN2 & NEUNER, Louisviixk. Ky. the.ayeraue politician. J penses. what the hyeroglypbica Btand for. Over-stree- The result of Saturday's primaries aro so mixed and indecisive that but little idea can bo formed of the final outcome. Brown leads forgovemor in the instructed vote with 251 votes, Clay has 174, Clardy t)(5 and Hardin loO. Alford has no pronounced opposition for lieutenant governor. Gorman lor autiitur icuus with JiU votes, Warren comes next with nnd Blackburn 55. For l'Jtt, Gieen attorney general Hhea is ahead of the hounds with 227 votes, Hendricks has Hale IK!, Gilbert 105 nnd Klliston 48. seems to have it all his own for treasurer way. His vote is 201 to South's IKS. Corbett has li)4 for register of hind office, Grant t7, Swango 01 and Bullock 41). Tor superintendent of public instruction Thompson has 101, Glenn 1)1, t Smith 101, Hodges 17, Hunt 24, 14 and so on. Addams for clerk of tho court of appeals is credited with 2;!5 votes, Martin has 1511 and Shaw III. It will thus be seen that no positive predictions can be made in any race and as there are many contested delegations and a hot time is expected in the convention. 1 A Chamber of Commerce has been organized at Middfwiboro, with 123 members. At Frankfort Robert Dawson was caught and whirled around with n revolving shaft and dashed to pieces. Harrodsburg's new Opera House is about complete. It will seat (150 persons and will be opened by Lizzie F.vans May 28. A Like every week, offers its pa 'irons this week some special bargains which will save you. from 25 to 50 cents on the dollar. The Louisville Store 1-3c largo furniture store and tho Bank of Allen building weru burned at Scott-vill- e Saturday. The fire was caused by rats and matches. Tho menu which lay beside Pres ident Harrison's plate at thu big San Francisco dinner was made of pure gold, weighed 100 pennyweights and was worth $100. A Therefore read the following and it will make you, open your eyes. Come early before the goods arepicked over. Glialli.es in. elegant pattern v 5c per yard. Fifty different patterns in black Lawn from. "5c up; checked and stnpea worsteds loc ay ara; plain worsteds from oc up. An. elegant per yard. Ladies' Shoes 00c, pair, worth SLr0. line of Ginghams S we nave lust, rcccivca u,n cieaanr, une or naaies' and uiuldren's Sunne and. Summer Jfats and we will sell them, at trices never heard, of before. Don't miss to look at them. We also offer fur this week special bargains in Carpets Rugs, Oil Cloth., Straw Matting, etc. MATHERS also bring your mind that have selected and. most complete stock the Boys' Children's and. Men's Clothing and Furnishing iu this town. Boys' Suits SJ.yO and Knee Pants Men's Suits rom up. Black Satin Shirts Eggs bought at the highest market prices at LOUIS LLE STOB.E. s' Every pair guar an ted, $1 pair. KID GIQYES Proprietor. AM) Managers. cap-tuie- d STORE, HEW GOODS, PRICES. I. Xoi-iiintt- 'u thap-I'e- cl rtir r. n he "W. E. PERKINS, 1 Con-gre- fs 1 The Plow of the Age, ) now. 5 to" or 3. W. H. "W33ARE1T. to-da- y a'2ss' T7TrtTTXT - R0BT. FE1T2EL, . US,-01- )5 11 MafiSfeVr anmn y 15 All Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Sncclaltv. - .:irri,f,-,,7,;Au,r,Z7lro- t . - , . -- i'tni-ri- l 1,300-poiin- d I llii-,- he-fa- t IGHTNBN6 ll S-l- Che-naul- t, INIMENT f 111 1 f FOR MAN OR BEAST 1 Crt-rlt- - th-- y BK PRW 1 - TS alii-day- s' 4 20-od- d 1 Infant and Children. ifltLI r lL.!l.. Vj, j.J'k ., .w .l Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal May b, 1891 Skk our 10 inch black Henrietta, 75 &t. Severance A Son. Tub Louisvillo store will pay tho est market prices for eKKi. high- Stanford A. K. Denny, T. P. Hill, W. P. Walton, W. K. Vnrnon, W. G. Welch. Crab Orchard John 11. Hailey and J. B. HI.6.RUPLEY,-- VVi, Stanford, Ky., B. C. WALTON , BUS. Novki.tiks in lamps just received at Tiik rain Saturday nii?ht was light, but Farris A Hardin's. it laid the dust and helped vegetation Soiia Watkii the best ever mnde, now Bomc. ready at W. H. MeHobertHJ. Sek A. T. Nunnelley's binders before yon buy riH ho is representing Tho Win. Wantki, 1(X),00() pounds wool. Hiijh-e- st Deering Co., tho best made. cash market price. A.T. Nunnelley, T T Stanford. A little child of Mr. Itoss lliatt, at Mrs. How land, has tho scarlet fever. A HKSiiiK.vi 1: with !) rooms and pirden Hiatt Ih n sister of Mrs. Mattio Xevius, of attached, on Loner Main Htreet, for rent. this place. Mrs. X. A. Tvree Gkoikik Poiitman caught a gnr measI u antUokoocI c.irpenterH nt once to uring 5'J inches from tip to tip ahd w horn I w ill pay irood wanes. Address weighing 10 pounds while fishing in II. C. Hradley, Harrndsburk'. Green Itiver, near Liberty, last week. A M'miikii of changes in the schedule A iicroiiT that Judge Hansford had of the C. S. went into ellect Sunday, but died suddenly was current here yesterwe were unable to procure a time card. it grew no doubt of a confoundday, m m MannRer Gilkerson. Walnut Flat W. P. Grimes. Turnersville James M. Cnrter, Dr. Green Moore. Hustonville Dr. II. Hrown, Jas. H. Cook. MEAN3 BUSINESS. ' Tho democracy of Lincoln, with cordial unanimity and earnestness, commends as in every way worthy and qualified her candidate for AuJitor of State, the Hon. It. C. Warren, and instructs her delegates to the said convenPERSONAL POINTS.tion to cast her solid vote for him and to endeavor by all fair and legitimate means LouWe keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which J. V, Ci.n roiti) npeiit Sunday in to secure his nomination for that ollice. but isvillo. Mr. W. II. Miller immediately arose vc will take pleasure in showing and make .Miw. J. W. Alcoiix nnd Sotio went to Hoyi.k instructed for Hardin, Gilbert ing of his niuno with Judge Owsley's. and proposed tho following substitute: SomerBot Friday. and Warren. The contest was between A dispatch from Crab Orchard soon Ithsoi.vEii, 1. Hecognizing organizaMisbkm Maooik Hock Kit and Sue Hullo Clay and Hardin, Hrown not heim men- dispelled the gloom that the repot had tion as essential to party success, wo approve of the calling of the State Douglas a ro vimting at 1'arknville. occasioned. Glassware, Quecnsware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of tioned. conveution to bo held on the LHh day Mit. J. S. Ow.si.kv, Jit., returned from Tiik unanimous nomination of Judge of May, 18'Jl, to nominate democratic Paskets kept in stock, all of which we are .offering cheap to the public. Mn. F. M. Waiik will actjw my ngent Louisville Saturday iillit. W. K. Varnon to fill the unexpired term candidates for State offices to bo filled at Come and sec us. Miu ani Miw. IIoiiackHiiown return-et- l at McKinnuv and will pay the highest tho August election, 1891, and we hereof his father for county judge, is both by pledge the loyal becash price for wool. See one of ns nnd unqualified supto New Albany yesterday. c& proper and deserving, The judge has port of the democracy of Lincoln countv Mimj Lauua Ki.i.ih tins returned from a fore selling. A. T. Nunnelley. magisto the nominees which said convention filled the ollice by election of the vifilt to her inotber in LotiiRVillt. trates since January and given evidence may f ele t. Wk have made the necessary arrange-menMiw. Tiiomah Mktcai.k, of taxlngton, dem- We congratulate not only to handle ice this season. Spec- that he is a worthy successor of his fa- ocracy, but tho whole people of the enthe is with Mr. and Mm T. J. lWer. ial prices to parties buying in quanti- ther. tire country, upon tho great nnd gloriMil Cl'ltTIH KuilKHT, Of H.IUOII A SoilH, ous victory achieved by the democratic ties. Ice delivered at the door vvcry Louisville, in visitinK friends here. Ji not: Ha.sskohd took tho trouble to party at the November election, 1890. morning. Call and get prices. M. F. Dealer In- Miss Lizzik Davison went to LouisU. We most earnestly defend his townsman on the slurs recommend to F.lkin A Co. ville Sunday to spend several weeks. made by John Miller in his speech, the democracy of Kentucky our fellow county Hon. Mkhsii. Kii Jonkh and II C. Walton which we publish by request, but it was suitableman, lidnte It. C. Warren, as a Fiiik. The house of John A. Singlecan for State auditor, and have returned from the Lexington races. ton, near Kingsville, which contained n waste of breath. Nobody takes any- as a gentleman in every respect qualified W. K. MiAnai.lv, of Knoxville, is his all, waH burned last week. With a thing seriously that "Happy Jack" says, to filled this most important ollice, hereliis sister, Mih Ijiurii, at the Col- large family, he is left in a bad fix and though we must admit he shows more by commending him not only bb a loyal Salt, Lime, Cement, Tiling, Farming Implements, &c. democrat, hut one who has rendered lege. in order to help him some Mr. J. M. bitterness than we thought him guil- faithful services to the party in eve"'.Mit'XKS ViiiiiiNiA IIowman nnil Fannie Johnson took up a subscription here Sat- ty of. ry emergency, and it man of the highest Shanks have returned to Hamilton integrity in all positions of trust and urday with fair success. Tiik beauties of our mail system are confidence, and we hereby present his Tiik Kenseo coal miners, numbering exemplified in the fact that it took tho name to the convention ns our candidate Die. L. II. Cook, of Stanford, was here Dicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking Valley Corn Sheller. .100, are on a strike, because Col. Thorn-o- n cut of Judge Varnon from Friday till for that ollice, and ask for him the nomMonday and Tuesday Soinursut ination, and our delegates refused to rccognire the scale of pri- yesterday tocomo from Cincinnati and to vote for him and use nre instructed nil honorable Mil. T. A. Hum, of Todd county, has ces adopted by a joint convention. The Mr. Ivliuistou's, sent at tho same time means to secure his nomination. FOR Till': PIGGFST- I. A V. Robinson. J. K Lynn, J. M been visiting his father and brother in colonel says he will not allow other ope- - lias not shown up yet. We intended rators to make a scale foi his mines, that both should appear in this issue, Cook, Isaac Shelby, J. H. Carter, J. M. this county. Carter, W. A. Carson. It. II Hronnugh, Mils. Amkiiics Haii.kv, after a visit to when he was not present in convention. but man imposes and the mail disposes. It It. Gentry, W C. Hamott, Hugh W G. Welch, T. P. Hill, J. W. her daughter, Mrs. .011 Shanks, went to Tiik Richmond Kcgistcr says that the Alcorn. W. H. Travlornnd Bright Fer- W: neglet ted to refer to the excellent Lexington yesterday. revenue of the city is 1S,000 a year, that rill are hereby appointed delegates to INTiik Misses Shanks will entertain serial story which began in our last -. entitled "A Komancc of the Two she has $.r,000 in leal estate and $7,000 said convention. Wcrfr.fts.!.r.t 8 i'. m., in honor of Mr. S. S. Myers moved thnt tho substitute' Hrothers," by lidgnr Fawcett. It will in her treasury. Richmond is one of the and Mre. Jowl T. Kmbry. be tabled, but on it lHug suggested that ' Mil. AMI MllS. it. C. llltUH.KY, of llur- - require a mouth or more to print it all most progressive cities in the State and a division nnd count on the two resolu-- ' roosburg, mine up Sunday to see his sis- and it will appear regularly in our Fri- if those of our citizens who are now cry- tions be taken nt onco would shorten t ing because they are likely to get no reter, Mrs. John I. Klkin, who is improv- day editions till some 'iino in June. Don't fail to read it. turns from their investments in Middles-bor- nnd simplify matters, tho motion to tn ing. Pineville, Harbonrville, etc., had bio was withdrawn and the house divid-- 1 Mit. J. P Swnu'Kii has bten chosen Dit. II lectured ton very small au- put their :110m y there instead, they etl, when the count showed that the Al councilman at Muldlesboro, and the dience here Thursday night. AXDHe is would now have something more to corn resolutions had a majority, accordNews takes occasion to pay Jiim brimming over with humor, as full of show for it than lots at $100 to a ing to the Miller teller, of 30 and to the compliment. atitirH as clown and seems to have foot, which are not wortli so much an Alcorn teller of IS. The result was then Mn. Sim Huh, of Somerset, was here been especially designed fur tho end ratified by the body and on motion the yesterday en route to Lexington with man of a minstrel troupe. With all this acre. convention adjourned. some promising trotters, which he will lie workwd in sonu good, solid thoughts Tiibiik was an effort to break jail on W. O. Ha.ssioiii), Ch'n. have trained. and mioiiuhI to pleriMi his hearers very Thursday night and if the plans laid by W. P. Wmtov. Spc'v. Mn. S. It. Kinky arrived Sunday from much. Jim Howard had worked he would probhis home in Missouri to see his mother, In the county, go to ably never have had to sutler for the horAs Gabe lackey, Jr., was driving one rible crime he is charged with, .Mrs. Mary lUney, who has been very XKW ADVKItTISKMKXTS. that of of his line young man to his cart, she killing his hister sick, but was better last night , Dibbie spread an elegant beenme frightened near Mrs. Helm's, Mils Fanmk alat Pineville. Howard haH supper Friday niubt in honor of Mr. and ami running off, llit vehicle was ways been a troublesome prisoner and Mrs. Joel T. F.uibry and a few friendsj overturned and he was thrown to the Jailer Owens has had to watch him on ESPECIAL, ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all , and greatly ground, receiving several severe cuts several occasions, lite Thursday night l Thr lockhold(r of the I urnrrixille, .McKin which was duly , .Mill lurnmke lie) (.timn I he mare Mr. Owens' deputy, Owen Miller, had at likiniie and loiuy Saturday. .May will meet WOrK LHIiiriUUeCU. on tin lace ami Head. enjoyed. "union on .tli at. hi elect a P left this morn-in- kicked out of the traces and dashing in- occasion to go into the jail and as he tur mthe eii.umj; Hoard of Director and I'rcmdent JuiHii: M. C Su i.h ywr for Kuoxville. where, he and Mr. to town, ran into the Imrbed wire fence walked by Howard's cell, Howard sprang J A O IV ENS, Preiteni is George L, Stone hae formed a law lmrt-- at Dr. (Jwbley's and was badly searroil at him, but tailed to get him in his nership. The judge will not movu his P clutches. Tho 'Had man from Hell" homeopathic family, but be with us often. Aitkii a prosperous four months' term then tried to break the lock to his cell, who Mf Miomik I.noi.IjH, of Mr. It. Lee Davis' select (school at Green but failed ami the deputy, believing that visited at H listen villo during tint last Hill closed Saturday with .1 distribution lie had been trying to make his escape, Cnrtiui, bruitc, old ore, kin diseases, fair, writes to a friend at that place that fistula, had the cell thoroughly examined. It conn, t. unions piles, Lruiu-- i scratct.es, halter of nries and a treat of fruits and confecWherever it hu Imrni, dew poison and she is in New Voik inakini: pteparations was found that the lock had been workurd it has given wonderful satisfaction and tioneries. Among those who received a dramatic company. it propensity tor removing soreness it remarkato star in A Hie Fish, Henry ed at nnd that the bar across tho cell ble Numerous testimonials will be prizes were Miss and I) II. HollON, of the I.NTKItlOU Jouhnai. space at a later date. Made Fish and Pearl Collier and Mr Guy Fish door was sawed nearly in two". A file will appe.tr in this sold by and stall, is still raising democrat. He bears II (COINS, Stanford, Ky. J and Mitbter Thomas Collier Mr. Davis and a key wero also found in his pos up ndmirably under his increasing foris one of the best teachers in the county session, whicti ol courso lie was relieved tune. I congratulate tho gentleman. and is daily improving. He is a hard of, and a more secure cell will now bo Dr. Alcorn In Danville Advocate. student, a voracious reader of the better Mr. Howard's abiding place. He posiPhof.T. M. Ooon.MaiiT, who was I)ea!?r In Kumgn V Domestic class of literature and is well informed tively refused to tell where ho got the candidate four years ago for superintenkey or file, hut Mr. Owens is of the opinon all subjects. It is a pity he can not dent of public instructions, is for I?. I be kept closer nt work, teaching the ion that Mack locker, tho negro who WINES AND LIQUORS, Porter Thompbon this time and has was put in for breach of tho peace sever' been making rjuite an active canvacs for young idea how to shoot. Feiin ft Ackerman's and Milwaukee lxilllc.1 al weeks ago, is tho guilty party. Hen him. Tiik mass convention Saturday was a ry Logan, a negro prisoner, was in tho lrer 311 Kast Jefferson street, bet Floyd and Steam bottled I're.toii, l.OUlSVll.t.K, kV Mil. T. F. Si'iskof Noodles, Cal., re- very large and enthusiastic body of dem- cell with him, hut made no attempt to beer, warranted to keep six months My goods will be found at the 1'ortman douse saloon and members ns with a copy of tho San ocrats, who had come from all over the get out. 10 6m at Kcmll Uros' , How lain) ' Francisco Kxainini", which was county to show their love for Dick WarDemocratic Convention. in honor of the president's visit. ren and the unanimity in which they bell The ringing of the I pages and is profusely endorsed his candidacy for auditor provCOMMISSIONER'S S3LE. It consist of 'J nt 1! o'clock Saturday booh drew together ed how near he is to the hearts of tho illustrated. a body of democrats, which in point of Miw. I. F. FrhKi.K, of Hustonville, i people of Lincoln Two sets of resoluLincoln Circuit Court. and enthusiasm had not been Alox Hick, Ac, J'lBs. ") studying pharmacy in her husband's tions were presented, as will bo seen by numbers vs. exceeded here in many years. County W II. Hawkins, &c , Delts , J Sale in Kiiulty. drug store, preparatory to taking a the olliciiil report in another column, Chairman J. H. Paxton rapped for order courso of lectures in Louisvillo next both of which strongly supported Warlly utile of a judgment rendered III the abnte case accurate ren, so the light was entirely over who and explaining the object of the meet- rt)lcd on at the March term, iSji, ot said court, winter. Women make very ( will business is ad- should be delegates. Tho list presented ing briefly, called for nominations for prescriptionisUi and tho permanent chairman. Mr. A. K. Denny 1891, by Mr. Alcorn was niado up qf men, mirably adapted to them. nominated Judge W. O. Hansford and Miss Kittik Hauoiiman, who has been without regard to any other race, Mr. W. II. Miller named Mr. John M. At 11 a rn or thereabout, being the first day of attending the Conborvatory of Music at who are known to be such ardent county Mr. Miller called for a division the May term, 1891, of the Lincoln Stanford, coiirt, '20 supporters of Mr. Warren thnt they will Heid. door in Ky., sell before the Cincinnati and who hail gained were accorded, and at public auction to the highest bidder the follow session, was subordinate any and nil of them to ad- and tellers, which pounds in flesh during the Inc described property, result showed thnt Judge Hansford A tract of Land situated in Lincoln county, taken with the grip last week, after hIio vance his interests in every honorable the a buckeye, thus: Ky., and had been chosen. He took the chnir ornertojboundedCarter, lk'jjinnln? at ix$, V. 95 M thence N thought herself proof against it, and had way. Tho same confidence, owing to a none at a Rate post comer to and after thanking tho meeting for the poles 10 links to the line ot same N. a6 K. same, thence with to como homo. With a mother's hand the activity of a number of Clay men, to 71 added a fow words of democratic poles j links to ;i stone near a branch, thence N. to minister to her it is hoped she will drum up a crowd for that gentleman honor, K 9 poles faith and good cheer. Nominations for 0V4 saunuitiP, la links to a stone corner to Caiter mince, wnn unc 01 aanainee and soon recover. was not felt in the list ollered by Mr. w. to secretary being called for, W. P. Walton j51 . V 40 noies 6 links, thence N. Miller. A big majority, whether justly noles 6 links to a stone corner to Saudidco an i ami J. W. Hayden wero named. Tho Jennings' line,. thence S. Ji W. 8 poles g links to a CITY AND VICINITY. or not, thought there was mouse conto with their latter refused to pormit his name to be stonef.corner v. Jennings,33 continuing corner stone 07 poles links to a line cvjj of salt. cealed 8omo where in tho meal Back and received u fresh S. 20' was chosen by E S6 to llraxdale, thence with his line Mr. Walton Just pill covered n cre-full- y used and thence with to stone, his that tho W. Alcorn then nrose poles 13 links W a104 poles 33corner, to corner of H. Foster. J. J. links his line S 69 disguised effort to stock tho delegasauioand II. II. King's, thence with King's line S. Apply to T. tion for one man against tho three other and after eulogizing Hon. It. C. Warren 311. K. 76 poles 16 links to a chestnut, his corner Nick Cottaok foii Hunt. and urging unity and harmouy on all in Williams' line, thence with said line N. 69 K. 7 poles n links to a Williams' comer, thence candidates for governor, which was M. Goodknight. that might como before tho con- a direct line to thestone, beginning, of Mr. Warren. It masters un- against tho interests support of the vention, nnd a hearty Don't fail to see our lino of gents' didn't work, however, and tho Alcorn State ticket to bo chosen at Louisville, derwear. Severance A Son. Containing IOO Acres Land. list was adopted by a majority of 50 or .1 V tv read tho following resolutions and movof more amid great enthusiasm. I.,-- ,. AiniivKi). A fresh In tho ed their adoption: Sale will be made on a credit 0 six Terms: list of delegates chosen are men for all of required bond Bait at B. K. A W. II. Wearen'a. Uksolvkd, by the democracy of Lin- months, purchaser being hearing 6 lo execute,Interper iitit. with approved security, . tho candidates for governor, but they coln county in mass meeting assembled, est fiom date until paid, having the lorce and ef. wife of Mr. W. H. Me-- aro for Dick Warren tirst'-las- t Hoiin, to tho and all the 1. That we approve and ratify tho call feet of a judgment and with u lien on (he laud till all the purchase money is paid Said Roberts, on Saturday, a daughter. time nnd will do their level bst to se- for State democratic convention, to be made to satisfy a claim of $1,000 with sale will be 6 per cent, nt Louisville on tho 13th day of interest thrieon from Sept. 16, 1890, until paid and his nomination. No personalities held $50 probable costs cf this action, ha Id land will l readers will please oxcuso us. Wo cure 1891. Ouu May, mJd subject to the wero indulged in, during the meeting and V 2. Wo appoint tho following named Insurance Co of mortgage of the Mutual Lift were just forced by a press of matter to with 6 everybody went nway either happy or gentlemen delegates to said convention thereon from Sept$t,ooo iSon. untilper cent, interest paid. 15 o'clock yeeterday double up after 3 O. M DAV(bON, M. C. L. C. C !7 pretty well satisfied with the result. to represent Lincoln county therein: .'I. beautifully and nrtisticnlly doiii) t A. It. l'unny'H. llAVKyour wntoli, clock iiml jewelry reiminul at A. It. l'tiniiy'B. All work warranted. K.NdiiAVivd Highland C. J. Hensley. Wayneshurg W. F. Camden. Kingsville W. L. McCarty. Hubble H. H. Gentry. And if any of the named delegates should fail to ho able to attend, those present are authorized to fill such vacancies. twfcHII UKjSti, !&f 5 mA Is Receiving His Springs Summer Coods Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give aim a call. Kkmkmiikk thatnll Hilverwnre. watclien. riiiK's, Ac, hoiiKht at A. K. Penny's will bo engraved free of charge. - Fancy & Family Groceries PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FAEBIS EABDI1T. U J. B. FOSTER -- sAjjkgaEMSrvL Groceries and Hardware vis-Itint- ? Col-leii- e. Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, -- ' Sar-gean- t. 1 c, $BARGJ3.INS -- WATCHES, -- C LOCKS, JEWELRY o, ill 11 11 well-deserve- d SXLV1EWARE in-la- Ding-hum- Di-.n- Turnpike Election. W. B. fVlcRQBERTS'. dlm'tit-MM- 1 n 1 Pri. wi JOE VERAreCE, Jr., Agent ibr yr-- Or 11 pro-pare- d - Court-Hous- o Monday, Jlay iitli, court-hous- e it: XV Bo-J-i 11 car-loa- d sugar-coate- 1 I car-loa- d was r fWw 11 WALTER A. WOOD'S Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Twine, &c. after-noo- n. . ..1 nHTi'i'MWiiimrwfiWfMnti miiimiftA -- a. rrrrirt',(ivTiiiTiiCTarriaiitnitWi'ORa ...raiigWyujusti & ! n ment had yet to be taken. Ho spent "Hut you must not speak; you must not thcro in his speechless torture. What a several hours of feverish work In his try to speak. Tho doctor forbids it." lino steadiness his hnnd had! How his laboratory that night nnd went to bod He did not try to speak. Ho had begun pen darted along tho papcrl After all, feeling strangely feeble. Tho next day to think of his beloved flask again. was ho so 111 as Itoss Thorndyke had vaaQ aSEa in htm, though, thought? It might work man-elhe visited a certain famous London phyTwo pages ul ready four, who told him things which he no of course, its fight with his disease five, bl; why, In a little while every sician, sooner heard than ho began to doubt must cud In final defeat. Still, ho thing would bo told. And such a vengo-nue- o pi them, after the fashion of countless con- wanted to do n certain thing regardon his thieving wife, who had sumptives. The mortal who hufTers ing 1L lie yearned to enshrine tho dared to call this wondrous rape from from nny pulmonary ill seldom can seo formula of ILs creative process in a sort the locked vaults of science an insult to mS WA " ' mr " JSri Wm CV his own threatening doom. Still a of last w 111 nnd testament for his eldest OmnlK)toncc! "Never mind," ho kept son, Sylvan. He wondered, as he lny 7 aJlIF a young man, Maynard had been attacked 5 'M saying to himself, "if I do fail to recover Tj vtr. i with an arterial hemorrhage whoso ef- there, mute nnd stlrless, who "tho thu drug. Sylvan will get tMs. I'll Mr CJ tS fects absolute rest might havo appeased doctor" w ils, nnd whether she had not make Hoss Thorndyke swear he'll givo though never cured. Hut rest of any cal.ed In hlsold friend, Hoss Thorndyke. it him when he's And Presently ho found this true. As sort was precisely what he now refused The prevailing taste is for brooches of been simpler when I first spoke. Of to take. A double Incentive hereafter Thorndyke ctocd at his bedside (a fair, I'll put u letter inside it, too If my course you have seen toward what my delecate v Into enamel scrolls, intersper-re- preamble tended; you're too intelligent swayed him. He desired to perfect his tall, stalwart man of his own age) Mny- strength holds out, If I don't die hero before I can fully lequeath to my eldest with diamonds and pearls. not to havo seen. One single eternal unparalleled drug, nnd he desired to uso nard feebly stretched forth one hand. boy this peerless prize." ?w,ffff- The young doctor took it,. but at onco : e? It upon his own impaired body. It could I? He did put a short letter Inside the IS : Of recent make is a lizznrd akin card S E Ofi I a5 not endow him, he argued, with immu- commandingly, though softly, suid: r larger document. Then, lighting on an case, ornamented in silver, with ncoiira-e"You musn't speak, Egbert. I'll get nity from future disease, but It might srs.w s. crs BKa a s envelope, of more than common size, ho ,S.yi i . rf close on the heels of a fleeing hare. prolong his life for many a deeadu by you paptr and pencil, old fellow, If placed both within It and 3 2 5 iMit thrust tho the intense nutriment it gave to other there's nny thing you mutt tell me. Hut package thus made Into a pocket of his A brooch affording delight to many It's a grout deal better for you not to gown. organs than those already harmed. enbex l! Scarcely had he is made as an ear of corn composed SB" io Ills wife watched his labors with cold bother your head tilnnit any thing In fore the sound of a step done this him tirely of pearls, with leaves of enamel reached disrelish. She perceived that his health life for the next fivo days nt len.st," :r Z and void. ' Sol t v mmw SB?" "I ish that you would bring me," from tint outer hall. It was his xvlfo's; was falling; he had never lorne tho rr bm Maynard was presently writing, "tho ho recognized It. Rising, ho quietly rago for souvenir spoons knows The look of a man free from all lurking fronted her as sho entered tho room, malady, nnd now his glassy eyes and largo llask of white liquid which you with his face llko chalk no limit. A late comer is topped by a and hisblggray sunken cheeks told u somber tale. Al- will find in my study." fleur-dlys springing from a spiral haneyes full of scorn and w rath. Thorndyke left the room nnd was ways previously willing that his boys dle. TO UK CUNTIM hi). should go and come as they chose during gone a giod while. "My dear l'gbert," diamond star surAn said, on returning, (hid no can his studies and experiments, ho got Into he rounded by a chain of chased and plain P? r A the habit of exiling them from his pres- - trace of the flask of which you speak. :S links is a brooch aflVcted by New York's enco while he brooded and toiled. Tho Could it possibly ?" and while Mnytwo little fellows loved him very dearly nard interrupted him wlthn quick negafashionable. and resented being thus proscribed. Ho tive he lifted into sharp evidence sevA Two circles of diamonds interlocking would endeavor, at Intervals, to console eral phials which he had brought from containing three and spanned by a bar them for this tinted denial, but often the laboratory. HOUSE, magnificent rubies compose a brooch Mnynard hail absolute confidence in while giving them the fatherly caresses F. U. IML.BY, Proprietor, admirers with ( for which they both hungered in their Ross Thorndyke. They had been warm YOU BEE ALL THESH, GKOHGIXA?" - Kontucky. Among some favored devices in brooch London, pretty eagerness, he would either dis- friends at Cambridge, and in a manner I huve movtd to my new Hotel and tin Lrtttr es is a gold belt with turquoise buckles principle of life spreads through the cern, or fancy that he discerned, a sort had continued so ever since. Two qualever In rrrparitl than attached aCiomincuUl the public, innlnaintr n bunch of lilies of the vail y whole universe. That principle, that of smoldering disapproval on the part ities in the young physician had always and every conrnteoce CHATS ABOUT MEN. won his devout respect: Thorndyke hud essence, no mortal has ever yet at- of their mother. dive me a call. in enamel and gold. KKANK KI1.EV. r7 tained. To attain it, as I soon shall do, One day he said to himself, with a a crystal reasoning power and a veraciUev. Dr. Talmage's mouth in not half A quaint addition to sugar sifters repwould in many cases have been defiance wild gladness: "It is found! I knew ty of robust vigor." To be at onco so o large as tho caricaturists picture it. resents in silver a broad leaf hollowed of death. For such an elixir " and so honorable wns In victory was waiting just leyond my Ue is by no means n homely man, iw in the form of a bowl, its handle being "Elixir?" his wife broke in, with a reach, and I have put forth the homely men go in theso days. supplied bv a twisted stem. faint, jeering laugh. "That has a very effort nnd grasped It!" . . . Colonel Harvey, who has been apA Union Square jeweler has on exhi- familiar sound, and not at all a credi- That evening he poured Into a largo pointed by Governor Abbett, of New ble one." weighflask what ho felt even more than bition a pair of diamond earrings Jersey, to bo commissioner of banking lie with curt, ing 8 carats each, and for which ho abks cence. bowed, yes. No swift acquies- firmly convinced was the energy, md insurance, ia only twenty-juvo"Oh, doubt I used the materialized ami liquefied, the modest sum of $3,500. (ears of age. wrong word. It has a Cagliostro-lik- e which permeated. In its vital sovereignNumbered among fanciful hair-piecho, I admit. Hut I don't mean that ty, the entire universe. Captain J. U. Collins, who has lately Ho was tops is a crescent composed of enamel sort of thing a bit, Oeorgina. I hare ac- very unnerved and exhausted; ho had i i turn appoints chif of the fishery exhibit nt the Columbian exhibition, has daisies on a gold background, a diamond complished, in a partial way, tho worked for many hours without thu liquefaction of electricity. It is a fluid, least pause. It was nearly midnight, j earu attached to tho VKaat'j ( VaH aaBBawBaaYC J b thu resting in the centre of each flower. fill vysj r"f"wjfC si IHtVBM i been forStutesteen coi.imirtUou PCJ as we scientists have always more or and he went to one of his windows, titih United a At.a recention recently, one of the less supposed. Hut none of us have raising it recklessly, and letting a raw Twenty j ears ago muiio one stole a gold guests wore a brooch formed of four Mice, thus far been able to find out any thing wind blow into tho chamber from a niK fini V. S. Xeedhain. of Columbus, composed of moonstones and pearls, concerning it except its effects. It al- clouded, opaque sky. On the sill of tho (5 Out dav recently Mr. Needh.uu re-- c clustered around a square block of crys-- ways hitherto, hat b(tn, so to speak; we window (which he forgot to close) was . el thermi; m an em elope never presumed to say of it that it ts h wilted I ARMICK, in a common earthtals. will out u wop! of explanation. Hut I in In tho display of serpent rings just anywhere. liquid, have imprisoned it of en pot. lie drew the plant in from its I' ir.ui Fain is quite a swell. lie an actual through processes I cheerless ledge of ITS TONSORIAFi now before the public, one formed of molecular and atomic fusion with that round its root some shelter, nnd poured s in iiocle, oxeiguit-r- s, a big nine, and of the fluid which STWrORD, KFNTfCKV, his manner are ih rftctioii. He iiius- three scaly mousters, with tho head of one elemental body which I have he had so lately distilled. Then he took sioii.itely fond of society, ami goes IUrlier Shoi on each beautified by a diamond, claims chanced to see that it loves, clings to, a glass nnd made himself a potion from OKHA1.H HfiM! llm e an. I invte Mam iterl yotir ms xvaiixi ciikkk over fine horses and fine equipages. a hre of I'Tinn' xxoim Keviexv. and is conquered by. Hut as yet my tho 6ame source. He seated himself beparticular attention. Jewelers' I'r tiairnnac altera on n ttti r ca la ana AOA1NST T1IK THIN HANI). n - jtlir. anil ' ililrer WnrW. prci.il atiei achieved results are not wholly side the table on which ho had Oiiniel Dougherty, lawyer, orator nnd villi liquid I have obtained placed the plant. He wns about to itself a passport into Maynard'.s admira- lecturer, is in tho sixties, stands nhovo Hunt in the Ijtc l alTlr SS m rratnrsi ami li rauh catfish hns triumphant. The The report that a is still too volatile. It evaporates with lift tho glass to his lips when tion. "I xx Ish I could keep Hoss up more medium height and wear bushy gray leen caught with a hook and line in enormous rapidity; it. needs a third something that a saner and less pas- than I do," he had often mused, "and hair and whiskers. Ho is trustee of the Cumberland Itiver indicates that tho force to slip in and prevent this sionate- excited mind might havo called not let him drop us somehow must," r'd win Forrest I ionio for Disabled Actors. r is neither dead nor sleepvernal disjunctive trend. Such a force a mere vision of its own ox Still, since his marriage, Maynard had Tho well known London financier, Mr. 'VI !Ut ing, but in his usual health and spirits-m- ore I nm on the threshold of finding. It powers, burst upon him with delicious smoked a gtsnl many social pipes in tho Uoniimnu recently gax'o a little dinner I almost violence of confirmation. The drooping company of his friend, though latterly at the Hotel Mctropule, in that city, especially spirits and doing busi- will not be hard to find. I stems revived; the faded leaves grew thev hail seen less and less of each divine it at this moment. ness at the same old stand on the which cost nearly .'o.tXJO. Tim have crossed tho threshold of a hardy nnd green; at tho ends of the slim other, as the big hum ami bustle of lies presented toe.uh guest as butterfNo liar, unltss it peradventuru superb conquest; soux'enini I pause, as it stems buds broke, and then swelled unLondon had seemed to slip he the old milch cow Annnuias, can were, in the antechamber. And I have til pink petals gleamed between their bctwccii them. While lie scparatlvely alone cot$l'.,i(JJ. now heard Dr. Willinm II. ISxvnrtoat has compare or compete with her piscatoria paused intentionally. Do you know dividing segments. At oneo these Dr. Thorndyke speak, an expression of why? The excitement has been too in- petals unfolded, and rich roses were pain touched Maynard's hueless face, founded a n xv university society in Georgetown Times prevaricator. tense. I wish to have my triumph born. It was the magic of tho fairy tnlo lie had swiftly suspected his xvlfo of New York, bused, as he explained to n shared with me. Will not you share it? suddenly turned real; it was tho giving duplicity; he could not refrain from tho meeting m Cooper Union, on his indiCONTINUED FROM LAST ISUn. Will not you rejoice with me in this to necromancy an e very-dagear. . . belief that she hud served him a horrid vidual ownership of tho earth. "The i'lauut Is Mine" U his motto. magnificence of discovery, greater than Hut now what had suddenly happened? and stealthy trick. man has ever yet approached, however Mnynard, with colorless face and strainROMANCE OF The Karl of Alliviuarle, now in his Hut his brain, at present thoroughly he may in past years havo dreamed, ing eyes, leaned forward. Tho rose- clear, saxv tho futility of attempting year, is one of the fexv through trust in fable and superstition, bush was again its previous withered either nccusution or remonstrance. Tho eunivorn of Waterloo, tie was present that he might possibly reach it?" e xvns strong in him. If such nt the famous ball in Hrusi Is on thu eve self. Just the same old dry, thorny Georgina had drooped her head a lit stalk, and the same effete, blighted peril menaced speech, lie would strive of the Kittle, ami left tho ballroom to Making direel connection In Central Union de. ot for tle and pressed her lips tightly togeth- leafage! What did this to preserve silence. Uy a gesture nnd a join his company in tho field. Michigan I'otnti, Chicago. St. I.nuit, er. Those words "fable" and "superstimean? lind he dreamed the fanci- meaning movement of the features he Ban!: President Thomas L. James, Iluffala, Cleveland. Detroit, tion" mother ears with an ominous note. ful and waked to the real? . . In an- showed Dr. Thorndyke that he would IndUnapolit and Ih XX'eit, of ctutouiH. She remembered (had she ever forgot- other moment he rose, staggering; his impose no further search. Resolving to New England, Canada, collector of the jwt, ten?) the abhorred skepticism of her brain whirled, and it seemed as if tho llx'e on through the preservation of IIONtOII. nnd general, is still young husband. floor dropped nway from him In gulfs of he suffered for the next three and vigorous, has no gray hairs to sjicak XX'aihlngKin, By liDGAR FAWCETT. llaltimore, I'hiladelphU, "You mean, then," she slowly said, darkness. Groping for the (JuicVot time to llarrndihurr;, FranVfort, Ky. days untohl tortures. Mentally he xvas of, wears no whiskers, and goes to Richmond, VIKI.INIA ' Shorlrtt and "that you may soon discover a power to he pulled it twice or thrice. Then lie vitality itself; physically he xvas almot Quicken line to prolong fiurnan life beyond its natural sank . . 6ank . . It was not with any complete failure of fiber nnd nerve. church on Sundays. Both tho parents of term?" tense' of painful fall, however; it was Georgina would come into his room nnd A "Yes I mean that," he replied, with more a&. if arms caught him and let hlra perform the offices of nurse with dire- McKiuley aro living at the old home in Solid Tratni, nagg-acar, imoklncart anal vehemence, "and I mean more." and eighty-tw- o Coachea, 1'ullnwn lloudoir bleeiieri tluough withNoxv and then 1he Canton, 0., aged eighty-fou- r gently down in their embrace. Hut ho ful exactitude. respectively. The congressman is out chanee via Chittin. ov'a, Hirmlnghara, Mr rid "More?" passionately recollected and craved tho brought the boys in to stand ut his bedian maklnr direct connection! rn route (or Athcvillr, LynchburK and points in the "There is no reason none whatever fluid. Where had he left it? Ah, he side and let him clasp their hands. Syl- tho baby of tho family nt tho ago of Full of Startling Incidents. He has a brother who is conwhy a human being with no organic was Incapable of thinking where. And van would be very gentle and demure; disease or lesion, should not lire for- yet he so wanted it, he so wanted it! . . ' Gerald would sometimes press his warm, sul ut Hawaii, and the two havo not met ever, while fed and buoyed by this splen- Hut soon afterward even sooner than plump check against the chill and thin in fifteen years. At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Cnlumbut, Wilmln ton, Charlctton, AuguMa, Macon, Savannah, did stimulus. I " with trembling his wife came hurrying into the room paternal hand, and show llriintwick, I.aVe Litv, rhomaxille and r I. OHAPTKR IT. "Hush," she interrupted, rising. Her he had ceased to know if he wanted it lips and tearful eyes tho deptks of his point. ' 8he watched him for a 1 ew seconds WHISPERS ADOUT WOMEN. The only line runulne tolid tralni with chotc . pity and regret. Dr. Thorndyke xvould as though it had suddenly become face was very pale, and her features or not. Pullman floudoir or l'alace bleeping Car to without change lor any cut of A great vein had burst. Ills life hung drop In twice a day, alxvays ordering Anna Eliza Young, who was tho nineknown to her that he had gone mad. twitched a little as she framed her next Then, obeying a little gesture that he sentence. "I am sorry that you've told by a thread for days. All this while ho continued silence by the elevation of his teenth wife of Brigham Voting, is now Selmaba;gjcr. and Montgomery, lluniiville, Decatur, made, she followed him and went with me anything of this. I didn't ask you waa unconscious. Then came a time forefinger, and alxvays uttering, us well, Mrs. Dunning, nnd her husband is a Kloience, Memphit and AllKANSAb point. MoSliortnt and iuickett to Annuton, belma, Xkn into the dusty, belittered room to tell it. Hut now that you've done so, during which ho saw distorted shapes words of sympathy mixed with ehcer. member of tho Michigan legislature. bile. Wnccl connectmnt made at NKW Egbert, I can only assure you how im- about his bed. and nmoncr them the Meanwhile Maynard still suffered bewithout omnlbui trantfrr for Cinlvcttoa where he had squandered, as it 6eemed of Vicksburg, Miss., MisaSuliie Coxx-nto her, so many half-idl- e hours. May- pious it strikes me what a shameful familiar, yet altered face of his wife. yond words, and at last, one evening, is ono of thu beautiful xvomen of the Uouuon, Autlin, TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. nard closed the window, for too strong revolt it appears against the sacred He strove to ask her for that cherished he determined to suffer no longer In state. Sho is a typical blonde, with blue The only through line to Jackton and Vlckiliarg, flask; did he fail to make his meaning just this same horrible xvay. He might eyes, delicate featured and golden brecre blew into the chamber. As ho laws of God l" t.a., making hair. " Ml. , Shreveport trantfer lor Dallat conneetlont She rose, after this, and promptly be called upon to endure fresh miseries, did so he watched a 6met that was Fort oronihu Mrs. Lollio Bello Wylieand Mrs. Ephie-E- without San Anlonia, Kl I'avo and painttin Worth, swept from the room. Mnynard could new and but at least they would bo of a Auitin imply one luminous orange haz, Williams are tho founders, owners, less ghastly kind. His xvife had left against which rose clusters of those red have cursed himself for telling her. him; the candles were lit in his small managers, editors and reorters of So- TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. chimney-pot- s which invest with charm The breach between them seemed in a bedchamber; he was quite alone; it ciety, a local newspaper of Atlanta, Gn ir through rate, correct county man and lad ike forlornest London purlieus. Then few short minutes abysmally to have Agent at Junct information ... would 1m only u step to his laboratory. Mrs. "Stonewall" Jackson has tempo or addrrM can on HIANK W. W(Ion City. Kr. ba suddenly turned, and caw that his widened. He might have known that Ulll.l.tl ne felt much stronger thnn atlany time rarily settled in New York to complete Tiar. l'ai Aet.. Lcainzton. K. wife had seated herself. This seemed a her mind would have taken some such l D. . KDWARDS, C C. hARVBY, since his xvakening to consciousness. arrangements for tho publication of her concession, nnd he at once paid heed to view of his grand project. Thenceforth j G. I'. A T. A., Vlce.I'retident. every hint of his old love perishes. The ' After sloxxiy quitting Ids bed and biography of her great southern soldier I toy dropping into a seat opposite her. Cincianati, O ' standing erect on the floor, ho felt bet husband. She did not look conciliatory; she did last remnant of tenderness for this lay on a Tho Baroness Burdett-Coutt- s wvikir r,iu.i .'.att'i,. utm ter still. A dressing-gowaot even look indulgent. Hut he strove woman had given place to a dread lest has left near chair, and he hastily ensheathed England for a ramble throngh Italy. Hot to care how she either looked or she might seek to thwart and balk his de- VVnWf.Ajif'Tv .4CV his form In Its folds. Tho room waa Her health is very precarious and tho felt, and flung: one hand with intimate signs. Hut soon he had controlled such v.fr'? dread and even scoffed at it. Still, he cold, and he longed for slippers yet abandonment toward the chaos of effects of her recent accident aro tolling 4Vta 1.1 Osvss.n fttt,l I1U11C. miouln n.n felt humiliated, insulted, slapped on the wau VUU1U iUV41 VLaaiMj UilU ).m WJ. ''tX l utensils that Ailed the room. cheek. Were it not for the boys, he "l lib glided into the outer quest for them, "You sec aU the Heorgina? Well, Bvelin Neall, a handsomo English To enro jiulottnipr. SlcV hall, carrying with him a box of wax- uVre gathered more than you guess from told himself, he would never willingly Hoda'dn, ronRll- look again on the face of his wife. tapers which ho had snatched exultant- - woman, has been arrested in Paris for , patlcn, Jl.iljil.i, ls, r ' i ( iic Jjay long association with them. I need marriage frauds. By advertising lier- ly from tho mantel. lie went out into the breezy starlit Ihu safe nut rx.ri.iii iciuua), (not tell you how htrong was my n To gain his dark laboratory was but self as a wealthy widow Bho bucceedod for science when I first 'came garden, where his sons' laughter had ;n men to marry her. lately rang. They had gone into the the work of a minute. To light its in getting jtwerseato Cambridge. At Columbia house now, and were perhaps gloom took even less time. There he being Tho Baroness Favn is an Italian lady fOollege in New York I hod convinced was, girt by the old scene of his toll 0f nre accomplishments, who speaks Myself that I could excel as a chemist, undressed for bed by their mother, and yearning. With gaze that shot Bereral European languages fluently and who had always strictly enforced upon physicist, a man of eager search into l of the well- - correctly, as well as English. Sho is a them early hours. Ah, such a mother! tthfl actual." 1UPK CAMK nOnRYINO INTO TUB from corner to corner Vnn the KM A . Rivr (40 ItltU iteano lo tho known room, he sought for his lost g Maynard shuddered there in the chill of "Oh, you ueed not tell rao thii, admirer of America, though tha bultlc). 1 IIK AIIU 1IIK t8T OONV1.MBNT. ROOM. flask. Nowhere! He scented, like soma climate has preVented her from living Bearing night, and as he shuddered Jc- - All I know It well enough. Why the Hojlle. Prlejjr eiihrf ulr-- . :t.1f. Axrr, a pain darted through his chest and he known? He could not decide; sb bad heavy and repulsive smell, the trcach- tWQ Qr thre0 yeu& wfconld I not?" for .. of his wife. Soon he gave up search-- 1 coughed. Then, in a little while, the not the look of one who even heard "But you thought it all waste of time General Grant ves in the mlWVIIBJllti4foritu.(ciiprriUiap. jrfter you had I mean, after we were handkerchief which he put to his lips him, apart from heeding. There waa InJ. What if at any moment some new tiful horje near Central Park, presented J.r.SMITHACI.u.am.f'in.r.uSAMi.-'IT.lBIHSIM- . gripped him? And there waa his awrricd. . . . Well, pursuing these grew stained, and somewhat copiously, adeadnesa of unconcern in her feat-ure- Ulnesspaper, pens, to surrounded by comfort husband, ink were on it, just as desk; more stolid to him than stone. todies, I becume specially fond of the with blood. A pang of fear now thrilled him. What if he should die before comOne day all the ghosts had withdrawn of old. To write out the full recipe of wd luxury. Her maid acts as amanuen-tha- t 'wonderful and enticing ways of and reader for the autobiography incomparable drug would not take It happened, about four years pleting his transcendent work? Ue had their grim shapes, and he found him. Grant is slowly preparing. Besides most. the afo, that I employed this great and had that cough for years, and been care- self lying with clear intellect though more than twenty minulcs at tho desk, the maid tlje menage includes an d He seated himself before cqystic force during a series of essays less about it. Possibly the very agita- strengthlcss frame. Georgina entered. xxrlte. This was a mes- - gliah butler aad two Borvanta. tion through which he had just passed and he saw her start a little as she bent betran to in the line of chemical analysis. One had developed tlMoirtMiWimi. Kfcaai sage perhaps a dying message to his jfajhav a furtive lung weakness her gaze upon him. ay I drew back frightened from the lt ' A fire at Mt. Sterling destroyed the Bkaf. SM BilaMO of whose real existence he hud been bat "You're better," he heard her say, as son, his eldest boy, Sylvan. He knew of u certain experiment." IIU.U S TfraWtT-Sll- lll vun9f if she were talking of the weather just hoxr to frame the whole formula; Commercial Hotel and Trimble's livery jaatamy iainw "Frightened?" repeated Oeorgina. Sha vaguely awurc arwMaMl WfTttt MB 9 HaWM Val The last step In his great accomplish; . having improved from rain to aunsbiM. j he had thought it all out while prona stable; loss $21,000. waa clearly interested. Instantly Mnynnrd felt himself thralled by a very enthusiasm of narration. Ho again began to speak with great nlmblcncss of tongue, but with, - - May f, 1891 Stanford, Ky., sorry disregard of his auditor. Presently Georgina stopped hiin, a ring of fatigue in her tones. W. F. WALTON. "I don't understand your technical term", Kglwrt. They confuse me. Hut am I right in deducing from what Novelties in Jewelry. you've already said that you found a certain new kind of electricity never Matchboxes bearing tho appearance of even conceived of before?" antique Bilxer, even to the ragged ituleii Ilo nodded eagerly. "Yes yes; that's tations on all sides, are ehoxxn. just it. I'll bo simpler; I should havo Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal s aMMEaw "rSaaa. .r 3- fi . . m t -- m d ! mi n 1iM 52 wm -- $-- 55 S J' r aS34o x c eight-pointe- d '! K1 Haa il 3 m 18 ji f eii lSTF " i ! 9 - o3?LV BS-?aW3 5a3 LCB &'' flrn Wrivfr n THE RILEY lucid-mlnita- d one-need- won-drous- ly n rS3r JW MWim(M)tl s?jjj,"T7TiJ xv Myfi ?? mm . 1 iii-hn- ed J rose-bus- h i:. II. ! i ARTIST,.' t I 230-pou- r.d i eon-tinu- nl 1 lish-lia- illrlrteGiff fCll ysout a(SL&s?9r&ni h river-bank- s. m y A CKEjjffig '0K1TOXTCIVATX. ninety-secon- d will-to-liv- TW BROTHERS r, New York, bell-rop- e, THRILLING STORY NEW (IDBILEAN&, Knoa-vill- e, fifty-fou- r. CAHIWDJLICIAS, OKI-D- A Jack-tonvil- le or p.uacn-ger- illri-c- . J n J ,' scl-ntl- nc ! ") BaaW pas-tfio- El p-- r flS r?a fHVT-tTTX'i-- T forty-thro- o DILE. ylJailo Eg-Itie- rt. altntle I be. a hf elec-itrieit- y. -- En-an- mm HaM re-a- assrvtva VaWaMVWafc I , UaMaVy !. HaVaayat u. SJic. w MAjJ - ifH. J j.ii.A- - fe t.fc-M.,f.ii,- iai irnV & A. . . j il.A., ' -- tv ry" 7 A RUNNING MGJIT. FORREST'S PURSUIT AND CAPTURE OF STREIGHT'S UNION RAIDERS. Mrrlght Mini Two rest Itotln lliinl Sliirt. but Fornml fiml llarrlrntln ml Amliiuti mill lluriird llrltlci-- IMil Not Tliuurt lln I'urnimrn. a luj'' I lCo) right. t tiun. C& MBl3)r.l ff ISM. b) American l'rt IkwU rljtlilh - , OLD t f, . uwriil. AkwU- J l ,j hooted mid nil, roue on ninny .' n ti'ilil iii ill in flin , Miutliwt'.st during the civil vvnr, anil trooper, spur ' many a Mild rlil.i "iln pursuit adventure to tin- inoiintiil fur-ninlit- - lllt'll liiv; IMl HMIIK1- - miIh. T lui khii; tif t Iil rnlitrrt In Korri"it, Iln1 Conlit- - iil federate, w a y .i n re ii IiIh " thnl rvlon ai pur- " ...- .- nd if lie could nid miccvWiilly ho could hIo coM with nildert on the other side, ui w.is hIiowii in hit ruiinliu.' llifht with u '.iHrlar force under Col. A. D. Stu-lrfht- , of KosecMin' nruij, in tliuKpriiiKnf IWW. SttvUhl'M I'XpellllfOII wii- - nttnl out to dash ncnioti tlieTeiiiii"ee river, In nurth-extern Ahiliiiinit, micli the rcurof Urine's Confederal! army, then stretch) d In foim of an arch In Miutheru' central Tcntuissuc! to rover Chat tanooira, and there te'ir up, hiirnaud otherwise destroy inlhv.i), m.v lilne licp', factories and proilou depotn, to make r whatever eln could Imi um-ity piitlm for tho lighting men In urny. It proved a sttie!nloiis contract. r .... I. ...I .. I ....)... rt'l... .... ...!...... ... iiiiii ii lift t.i- - in i.iimij I tinder Col. P. I) Itoddy Kiiiirdiin; tho Tennessee when .Streighl wiis ti crov over, and ii heavy font of Union Infantry and cavalry wiw neat to the region to ele'ir the road for Streiht, Itoddy hud about l,Wx) men. Stn'lKlitV forroliiiiulN'n'il 1,7(X), and S. A. Doilue, hi MipportM, under (Sen. about K,0ui. In the enierneni-- llniKoeut Forrest with hN hrlKmlo to unite with Noddy nuil take care of the plucky raider. Ala., Stn'luht marehi-- from on the Will of April, In ii soiilhe.iitirly roiirw towanl Moulton. (!en DimIkc had t Iwvouil that (mint, driven the but hetold htrei)$htthiit Forrest u ncro-shi path, and then left 111 tit to take care of hiniMilf ai he could The raider proved on from Moulton towanl Mounts i!!o,on lllnck Warrior river, and not until thviHHli, while paim; through a uap lu Sand Mount. tin, did they feel the ptieuce of any Klrouic opMition. IKkIi'h movement lu fctroui; forre hnd lield Forrest' attention along the Tumult-- c rlvrr until StreiKht was nearly a hundred miles away, galloping oil towanl Koine, (in. Fi'rn-s- t at once prepared for tho plirtiult. He M'lectcil the lluhteta piiiiw nt cannon, with tlutniupMt hnruessHtid the nest tenuiH, and Martol on tho iiioriiltu: of fholSXh in tho direction of Moulton. lie wn about two days U'htnd Stn'itiht, hut the friend II nesH of the iM'ode aided hltu, and by ulft lidmu tiiithl and dij hu h III-tiiiii-iiriiui-Tnsi-umliln, (Viiift-duriitr- taking rickr, Unit fairly diu.lo tlie Iniiigiuntlnn, he never uu'l with illwister. ' pose, Mini tlioiiu'i Ut iguln. The latter wen not to bo rebuffed, however, mid at the crossing of tho rlTei tndght fuunil thut he was so hard pushed that it required all his coinmnud tt hmid to cover tho foul. After crossing the Mark Warrior For- n'st weeded out his poorest miltnalH, ind wnt them with their riders luck to ' "Idy at Decatur Ho also sent buck all ' iiition but two, mid with about tiOO ti in H.uldle spurns! onwnnl togather i1 r.iider.s setting out on tlilit I atiKiupt miiiiu of the Conledeiales i.eiesien nodding in their seats as they rode Their lender made them a little K'irh in the prrseute of a number of women who had ammbled to meet tho column, and ended hy asking all who were willing to follow to the end or die in try lug. to ifspund. They did so to a men with n ringing yell, mid at a signal tin; ravalondiv Hew onward at a wallop. Tho mi !crswro making good speed, and the pursuers found no nobler Kmtieth.iii the slender tear guard nil tin way tolhuls-ileof mid een U'jinul. At the cms-dulilnrk creek, aMiiall tributary of the renrguaid leirued the briili.'" and planlisl theniselNes on the opKisitr Iwiiik to hiiniss lorrest's men while troMi-luu- . It was linmd ilnjliuht, tho'Jd of May, nud tho Confedenite li mler, un.lous to lw nt It, but very cautious almtit e.iosiug IiIh men, was it a los lmw to meet the dilli-cult- y Filially one of a group of admiring women such ns iilv.is hung about For-nsl'- .i intiks when halted the nun kept out of view for fear of Mng told to fall in and llghtoUered to Ktilile him to an old fnnl where there was u chance of ciossiug. She was u comely young girl, mid her mother tried to ilissiimle her, but it ended In her i limbing to a seat behind the general Wlien the horse Is'gau to descend the sleep, mugh bank of tho nivino tho fair guide itit her arms around Fomwt'it waist mid hnicly held on, and in every way played tho nile of a heroine. When some of the bullets of Stn'lght'n sharpshooters whist led nniund the daring couple, and even tuirued at their clothing, the plucky mis laughingly said, "Thej've only wounded my ctitiollue," and after a doen like episodes the fonl was pointed out. A few Confederate tdifllsiiilckly sent the Union uuiml a ll)iim, and ForriKtwitli miicli lalsir put his command across tho deep and rapid stream Inucoitpleof hour. At (iiidsileu, threo mile distant, Fonest found the debris of a (plant it y of arms and other military stores that the raiders had destroywl, but the Isild liders '.licnisohih hnd Impressisl thelleetest horses they could reach, mid madenir lu liot scniuper toward Home. Again Forrest divided his force, picKed men mid animals nud taking gave chase so rapidly thai he caught up with Sirulght alKiut A o'clock that day, after a llfteeu mile nice that startled tlie !cpy farming region ns witli a whirlwind. Tlie raiders had formed lu lino of battle, nnd their skirmishers answered tho ( hallcnges most gallantly, showing n Isild fnuit only to lead their hot blooded pursuers into n well laid ambush. Iti-fo- A FLUCTUATING FAITH. A SHELTER IN THE TIME OF STORM AltVrtliijj liiMtHtici's of (iiMl's Cure fur 111" Allllctcil. Hp'iru not tho stroke; do with us as thou wilt; Let tlu re iMMiuuuhtimthilsln il, brokc-ii- , marred; Co.iiili'tB lh) pursc, that wo may become Thy perfect liniiKe, our Uod and Ixirdl Tim Inlellret Aloiin Will Neter (iiililo to It is natural for us to shrink from sufu .Salii I'altbl tln Heart .'lust Iln fering, and yet how well we know that Tlit-iil Can l!u Mnlr- - is but the sculpture of discipline the IVur lltuil Life. Master's own hand hewing and polishThere is u kind of faith which w;w ing with his skillful chisel. The hidden producisl by thu Saviour's testimony, Ix'auty must bo brought out, the sweet mid had i.iucli of 1ioik in it, mid yet it music; in our souls must be awakened. never emtio to anything-- . There is a Is the cup bitter? Yes, hut God holds it ti'injHirury faith which believes Jesus in to our lips, and it is no poisoned draught. Is our temptation a great one? Jesus is u seiiso and uftor its own way of understanding him, or rather of misunder- our refugethe tower wherein lies safety. standing him. A grout iU nl of disbelief Aro wo faint and weary? Thero is the nnd misbelief in current at tlie present living bread for us. Is the struggle a V tux enrounicd by certain long one mid the fight hot? Our Saviour day. persons to include in mir churches all is our shield. (Jutlhold went to visit n jwrson in and, that have any wirt of deep nlllictiutt mid sorrow, and was told the line is to In inure inclusive still, for thus) who have no beli.-- f at nil by the family that ho would find him in are to titid an ojien door. Tue church the garden. Thither he followed, and of Christ is to lw a ineiingeriu of creat- found him employed in clearing a vine s leaves. After n friend1 ures of every kind. f"ar if they come of its ly salute he inquired what he was doing. into this NiMth'H arlc wild beasts they will also go out wild beasts. Only those "I find," was the reply, "that o:ving to who enter by tho door of regeneration the abundant rain this vine is overgrown and spiritual faith will in very deed bj with wood and leaven, which prevents tho sun from reaching and ripening the within the kingdom of tho Lord. I am therefore- pruning part my hearers! beware of that faith grajK'S. Ah, which is a meio intellectual movement, of them away that it may bring its fruit which does not control tho heart and the to maturity." Uotthold rejoined, "And life. To come to f.iith through a cold do you find tjmt in this operation the argument, mid to lev no spiritual lift) is vine resists and opposes you? If not, but a poor business. You want a faith why are you displeased that a gracious that lend you to tin entire reliance upon God should do to you what your vine tlie iK'r.son of Jesus, to the giving up of must not lie displeased that you do to it?" Ueechcrwiys: "'Jen think God is deeverything to him, to tho reception of stroying them because heisttiningthem. him ns your Siviottr and king, your all in all. You have not Udiuvvd unto eter- Tho violinist screws up the key till the on tense cord sounds the concert pitch, but nal life unless you havo so him thut you make him thu foundation it is not to break it, but to tit' it tunefully, that ho stretches the string upon and corner stone of your hope. OTHER KINDS OF FAITH; WEAK, OUT GOOD SO FAR. f stix-r(lni)u- THU WILLABD, (LATH ALEXANDER'S HOTEL,) THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Jefferson, Court-Hous- e, Manager. J N. MENEFEE a. c. SINE. Stanford Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. LU3IREK, LATH, Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. WOVS3Sr A1TD BXsJSbJT FE2TCTL We carry a full stock of everything found in a SASH, FLOORING, DOORS, CEILING, SHINGLES, BLINDS, SIDING, WIRE FIRST designs and specifications before CXfASS XaXJMBEH Yi5LR. Examine our letting your contract -- building. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. i REMOVED. Having .') Con-federa- to r jTsW- ?XPnT U- fS V' TV t " A yi')i's. rUi "rT4 I3W mm flu7.",, Ti ., . Tim Confederate had a pro mil (iap. ponderance of force at thin nilut, lint tho hltufttion compellisl their I"der todivido into two columns, one fur dlrvct pursuit and tho other to liokout for tho Hanks and prevent S(rvl(;ht from turuiim and doub-jn- . Forrest n'inninisl with tho purstiinK party, which consisted of two n'imeuU and a battalion and one battery. Mnduht postist his inun o!i u rldgo cir cliiiK to tho rear mid awaltod tho atuick. Fornt moved iipdlrvrt in front with two rcimentx, and personally led u llankln party to Kiiln tho nvir of the raiders should they Imi driven back. Tlie Confcdunito artillery advancetl Inildly, and Streljjht'ii comp.'tuies retired lieforo it. Tho Coufislerato infantry charged, but wero met with a MkiuK lire (mm concealed raiders and quickly fell back. .Strelht had two mountain howitzer, also concealed, mid, M'tidini; confusion into Forrest'N ranks with tliCKf, he onlenil a charKe, which effectually wjitternl tho whole Confederate line. Two caution, with cnl.sMiiis, and forty hmi'N. prisoners fell into The pluck of the nilileni com pellril Forrest to call In his thinking uirtlct. Stn'lKht, however, did not wait to light n Kittle, but took ad vantage of tho hour to continue his rldo southward. Forrest again sent out a llinklug column to watch for tho n'ttirnot dashed tho raiders, and with two on lu pursuit. Col. KMy, with ouo regiment mid one Itattaliou, was sent hack to thoTennortve again. A running fight followed, and Strelght llually stood at bay Hlotiutsville. liehitid a creek nt-a-r It was plain to tho raiders that their trip to Georgia wan not to Inwi holiday alTair. Their punuiers hhowisl a persistrncu and dash npinl to their own, and charged tho position again and again. The light lasted from dusk until 10 o'clock p. in., and at for-waHtn-lyht's taUKlittip with tlie nildenton the ;th at Wind Mountain, and at once ptul.sl into their nvir (;unrd at tho foot of the Mount Trw n imtm ftf mi? AT 'i '11 "hSOlClll "SM if u1jW p.vir P3 . ,ifiZM r , TO HlsTIMlV VOl It COMMAND IB Tlllltn MINI TIs." They selected for the puriMisen jsilnt where the rod mndua wide detour withu con pis of sharp s to avoid t he rich, level llelds of ii plantation. The road was obstructed by barricades well manned, but tho fences alongside had been leveled for tho conven- leucuof Forn-st- ' tueii in llauking the bar- licadea. Hejonil the Held iitreiglit posted M) men in a thicket to shoot down tho Confederates, who it was supposed would movo with due caution nnd perhaps some confusion. Hut Forn-s- t cloed up his ranks and charged with such celerity that ho rode through the skirmishers and fell upon the men in nmhush before they could arouse theniseJves to do execution. The raiders lost M men, and ono of their best colonels was killed. Strelght held on until dark, and then drew oil towanl Home, where he had sent n force to hold the bridge until the bivouackmain loly should arrive. ed his men mid awaited the coming of the part left lichlud at Gadsden. On the - J Our Lord takes notice even of tlie lowest sort ol faith. When he saw that these jieoplo believed him in a meuMiru, and weru willing to accept his testimony so far as they comprehended it, he looked iiKn them hoiiefiilly and Fpoko to them. Out of a weak and iiujierfect faith something lietter may arise. Saving faith in its secret lfgiunings nriy ixj contained in this common and doubtful faith. It is written, "When the Son of man comoth, shall lie find faith on tho earth?" Certainly he can Hnd it if any one can. He has a very quiek eye for faith. Ho deals with little faith as we used to do with a spark in the tinder in the days of our ixiyhood. When wu had struck a spark and it tell into the tinder though it was a very tiny ono we watched it eagerly, we blew upon it softly, mid we wero Jiealous to increase it, so that we might kindle our match thereby. When our Lord Jestm sees a tiny spark of faith in a man's heart, though it bo quite insullicieut of itself for salvation, yet ho regards it with hope, and watches over it, if, haply, this little faith may grow to soiiii tiling more. It is tho way of our Lord not to quench tho smoking flux nor hronk the bruised lied. If any of you havo only a little faith now, and that marred by ignorance and prejudice, it may bo liko a connecting tliruuil lietweeti you and Jesus, mid thu thread may thicken to a cable. Our Lord addressed himself especially Ho to lhes quetiouablo lxjlicvers. turned from his assured disciples to look 'after those who wero inoru in danger. It is clear that he encourages them, but ho doos not Hatter them. Ho says "if." A great "if" hoi ered over them like a Wisely does our threatening cloud. Lord commence his word to them with ' "if." "If jo continue in my word, then ate yo my disciples indeed." Contiuu-ancis thusuie test of tho genuine believer. Our Lonl does not say: "Go your way. You aro not my disciples." Hut he in effect says: "I stand in doubt or you. The proof of your discipleship will bo your iH.'revering,tu your faith." If wo nay that we lielievo in Je.stts we must prove it by abiding in believing e nnd by still further believing. Dr. in Christian Herald. ooiup-isMoiiut- Removed My Stock the musical rack." Homo one tells tlie story of :i mother who hail learned the secret of philosophy nud true Christian faith. She had endured a long and painful illness with great patience. The evidence of her suffering often caused her attendants to weep with sympathy. The heroic suf- Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can ferer replied to Iter attentive daughter, sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. whoso tears fell tijioii her mother's fnce, All kinds of produce taken "Patience, darling; it is only the chisel- tn exchange. ing." When Scoresby was selecting his men to accompany hun in his arctic explorations ho needed sailors that could stand the severest exposures, and who had tho worst trials. So every nerve to "Spring is here, and it's a hummer of a rosey-pose- y thing; man who applied to accompany the Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." was made to stand barefooted on a great blK;k of ice while tho surgeon examined his body and Scoresby inquired into his past history. Scores were rejected at once, as they had not Gardening time has come and you will find the nerve to endure tho test. Tho men who stood tho trial mado up a band of tho most glorious heroes. A writer, in commenting on tho above, says: "So sometimes God tries us when hu has in store for u.s some grout undertaking. Many faint and excuse themselves from "MODEL the stmt. Some endure, and make the heroes mid leaders of the church." Ernest Gilmore in Christian at Work. Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- ;m i tions, Etc., :b. if1. :rotto?. lnr At A, A. WARREN'S GROCERY" o ' Tal-inag- & A I'Ki:tI.OUS KinK. wero not over time tho combatmit hundred feet apart, and depended upon the flashing of weapons for light to llro by. At last tho Confedenite mado a tlcsporato charge, which Strclght repulsed by using up all tho ammunition belonging to hi captured cannon. He spiked these guns and resumed his inarch forward toward Illountsvllle, Forrest' advance pursued boldly, but was twice led into ambush. At of May Straight was 10 o'clock on tho in Blountavlllo, having accomplished hulf hi march and fought two severe battle. In onler to lighten his belonging he packed hi ammunition upon mules and burned tho wagons, and after gathering food supplies started for Gadsden on tho Coosa. Forrest was about an hour behind, and between Blountsville and the east branch of tho Black Warrior river, th raiders ambiulved thai r punuers agaim aad lt l"i Look I'pl Oh, doubting soul, tossed to and fro with fears and questionings, hast thou heard him thyself? Today thou art evicting about for a luith, or searching for ' iiiichotage. It may Ikj thou didst once Wlievo because of another's testimony, inornlnirof the ltd the Confederate mils- mid when the life contradicted tho testitered .'00 elTectlvo men, mid at an early mony thy faith iorished. Or thou didst hour got under way to follow up the pur- - ' believe because of another's saying, but suit. The route lay along the west bank of when death stilled tho voice of tho tho Coosa, mid at tho first crossing, which ' whisjiers of earthly doubt entered wius liaylesville, the bridgu wits found In ashes. Tho raiders liad passtsl over into thy soul and thy faith failed thee. in thu night, and had done their IkmI to cut ' Today thou crave-s- t for faith, for rich thou wouldest have tho voice tho company of Forrest's zealous iroocrs. Hut rolling rivers had no terrors for theso of doubt silenced, the unrest of years men. They stripped to tho skin and carchanged .o peace; thou seekest u faith ried over tho cannon and ammunition, that is simple, sublime, immovable. twain the horses across, and in mi hour Such a faith must be gained at Christ's wero In lino oti tho east side ready for the feet; it is found where ho abides; it is march Slreight had found himself obliged to gninted to those who hear Him themhalt his men for sleep and refreshment, selves. "Arise! The Muster is come, and nliout V o'clock Forntit struck his and calleth for thee." Churchman. bivouac. The raiders were so thoroughly worn out hy their hard rido that when Ah a man advances in learning ho formed in lino of battle they lay down and impressed with tho tneagerne? of slept in the midst of a heavy skirmish tire. his attainments. So humility will mark Forrest closed in on both flankauud center, true progress in the Christian life. Where and then iletumided surrender "in onler is advance there will bo a clearer to fctop the further effusion of blood." thero Streight asked that proof be giventh.it tho perception of our own shortcomings and force opposed to him was numerically sinfulness. Tho more earnest and coneiunl to his own, to which Forrest replied tinued our struggle tho more conscious that ho would not humiliato his men by shall we lw of our own susceptibility to such a course, for they had been equal to temptation and the necessity of vigilance bciitlugmid driving the raiders in every nnd effort to overcomo ovil. Paul when engagement of the preceding three days. ho hud mado great progress felt more At thu moment Streight wiw a section of than over the necessity of pressing toForrest's artillery galloping up Inside the lino established by the truce, and protested ward the mark of his high calling of God in Christ Jesu3. Christian Impurer. DKainst its further advance, casually inquiring of his opponent how much artillery ho huil. "F.nough to destroy your com"His allowance was a continual allowmand in thirty minutes," answered For- ance given him of the king, a daily rato rest. After soino further parley Straight consulted with his olllcers nnd decided to for every day, all tho days of his life." yield. Ho learned from the detachment (II Kings, xxv, 5)0.) that rodo ahead to seize tho bridge at Home Chnrgo not thyself with tho weljjht of a year. thut tho scheme was a failure. This left Child of the Muster, fulthful and dear hltu completely powerless, ns lie had known Chooo not tho cross for tho coming week. for some time, that ho would be, utiles ho For that Is mora thau ho bid theo seek. could beat Forrest lu the race to Home, purcross tho river thero and leave hi row-- ' load; Bend not thluo arms for suers in tho lurch by destroying the bridge. Thouinay'st leavotliatto thy grarlnu God, He surrendered 1.400 olllcers and men and "Daily," only, ho alth to theo, had lost about ISO killed and wounded la "Take up thy cross anil follow me." his running light. New York Observer. Forrest received the thank of the at Richmond for tho "dariuir. skill lie who receives a good turn should and, perseverance" exhibited in thu mad cover forget it; ho who does ono should but auoeaaaful pursuit. QMRax L. Kiuuat. novor remember it Charron. I. link wit-nets es to-ra- (iri'iit I'tirlj Ditj. Qnion Sets, Heans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of The forty days immediately succeedLandreth's, FcrrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and ing tlie resurrection of our Lord are wholly unique in his life as tho son of packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. man. Never before had bo been seen under similar conditions; ho will never be stH'ii again under liko circumstances. He had from the dead, but was not yet glorified. He was tho nuuo son of 111:111 with whom his disciples had lived in fellowship before his death; but his resurrection had wrought a change in hU relation to them, and in M&jS&&z-?- ) theirs to him. QUlC They wero not to know him after the flesh henceforth. Tlie old intercourno Has the largest and based uion bodily recognitions was nt an end. Hut before their purely spiritual MOST COMPLETE STOCK fellowship with tho nscended Lord began this brief and mediating season of OF intercourse was granted to them. It was not wholly liko either the human fellowship of the past or tho spiritual fellowship of the future, but partook of 1 ever shown in Stanford at Driccs each in part a reminiscence of tlie one, ' as low as the lowest. SSwfekS?5 a preparation for the other. Tlie relation of these days to tho deRemember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, monstration of the resurrection ns a fact is of the first importance. It was during who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to this iteriod that those convictions of tho send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old reality of tho risen Lord were begotten .gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te-d from which nothing thereafter was ablo to swerve the disciples. Their Lord and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. among them, at intervals, with such frequency nnd so variously us to dispel every doubt of his reality aud identity. Christian Inquirer. 'I In A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Whiteand Red rin The Old Reliable Jeweler im in the Lead. 2 xCrVl,',ral A. R. Penny Watclies and Jewelry 3 5SJ BmS i ed Tlie Virtor. Yesterd.ir, (liMros and kIooiu Folded Shroud and rock hewn tomb. Where turiuy Is Hlit and bloom. lirocxllni; iliu knc.s yciterdar On tho siKit whoro .leans lay; Now tlio stono U rolled away. And triumphant voice rlni; With tho hymn tho u!ecl slnz: Death at laat has lust Its stiug. I,oit Us sting mid lost its away. O'er today or yentordny. SVhcru i now thy victory? Vhcro tliy triumph, vaunting grave? Seas of pardon softly lavo Souls tho Master roso to tune. And the Kwtcr bulls' clad strain la fur all who, washed from utalu, ltlso henceforth o'er sin and pain! Mary Ione Dickinson tn a recent Easter card. STRAW HATS. An Elegant Line 1 Other seas havo a shoro and may be fathomed, but tho sea of God's lore eternity has no plummet to strike the bottom, and immeusity no iron bound shoro to confine it. Its tides are lifted by the heart of infinite compassion; its waves are the hosauuns of tho redeemed. The argosies that sail on it drop auchor at last amid tho thundering salvos of otenial victory. Talmage. Why, my friends, should ycu be ashamed to bo getting old? It i3 prima facio evidence that you havo behaved tolerably well, or you would not have lived to this time. Tho grandest thing. I think, is eternity, nud thut is very old. Talmago. No man ever offended his own con science but first or lost it was revenged upon mm for it, souto. J Just Opened. NO OLD3 GOODS IN STOCK. K .! con-ure- as Stagg & McRoberts. .' :&!., -- aWW r !T ll'l BPWri-gTa- " ...tiwfWrit'' nsw.f r.mrTfr avir,rvj;i7'j-,7gt)rryaBwi""j,- :n ai;wiumtiyti Ti -- -- frf?' " a Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT Published Every Tuesday and Friday SVJ PER YKARjy ADVANOK $2.50 will be charsed.-W aMTWhen not so paid K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning at 5:10 p. m. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. . Mail tram going North South " " Enre train South i -l. ,.....t North . t r XT....V. - ,6 warn Locai rrciKiit 4uuiimHu j 12pm South, The latter trains alo carry passenger. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar time i about ao minutet faster CRAB ORCHARD. pm 131pm 1150pm 111 am 30 t J'r v k A ninny friomls on Inst Friday 'light. good timo was experienced. Mr. H. D. McClure hits opened up a confectionery store and is running i soda fountain in connection. Wo wish him a profitable business. W. S. Thompson bought n piece of land containing MO Jrci, known as the Anron Fish land, for S101.75; sold by G. M. Davison, master commissioner, the auctioneer being Col. J. P. Chandler. Mr. Emanuel Minks' house, on the Stanford pike, about two miles out from town, was consumed by fire Sunday night about VI o'clock. The fire caught from the kitchen stove; nothing saved Mabut some bedding. Mr. Minks is a neighbors. son and stands high with his The Masons furnished him with provisions and will help him in any other way they can. Mr. William Oaks, of the Walnut Flat neighborhood, and Miss Penrlie Tollard, of this place, were married in Jellico on the 2Sth ult. Mr. John T. Bingaman and Miss Fonnie Coulter will be married in the parlors of the Gilcher Hotel, Danville, this, Tuesday, evening, at 4 o'clock. The ceremony was solemnatized by Rev. Robert H. Caldwell; the Mr. S. D. Magee and Miss tendants are Mary Curtis, Mr. Walter Garner and Miss Katie Curtis. Mr. Bingaman is a highly esteemed gentleman and we congratulate him upon securingsuch a prize. May their life be one of prosperity and a continual honeymoon. Prof. J. W. Smith took his whole school to Brown Spring on May 1 and gpent a day of unalloyed happiness. The order of the day was dancing, base ball, rambles over the hills and dales and an excellent dinner. At 12 o'clock the made few remarks and had a "Queen of May" chosen, who was little Lockio Dillion, and being of the primary department, the professorleft the crowning of the queen to the teacher of that department, W. J. Edmiston, who, after a few remarks suitable to the occasion, crowned the Queen of May, who never looked sweeter tlinn she did that day, with her crown of wild flowers. The day passed off quietly and pleasantly. Music by the Crab Orchard Cornet Band, which was splendid. Messrs. George Dinwiduie and J. S. Edmiston spent Saturday and Sunday in Hustonville with Mr. Dinwiddle's folks. Mr. William Yantis and daughter, of Arkansas, were on a visit to his father's last week. Mrs. Annie Gover, nee Singleton, and baby, of Stanford, were up to see Iter mother, Mrs. M. A. Singleton. Mrs. Minnie Boyd, of Lancester was the guest of Mm. W. H. Beazloy Sunday and Monday. Misses Annie and Lizzie Men-feand Montie Harris, of Stanford, and Miss Maggie Tucker, of Maywood, four oi Lincoln's belles, were in CrabOrchaid, Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Higgins and daugh-terMiddles-borotSusie, have returned from their homo again. make this Misses Sallie and Florence Flora, of Stanford, were the guests of the Misses Curd tis last week. Mr. and Mis. Isaac Bro. Walton, of the Inteiuou Joiminal, father, Mr. piously remarks: "Profanity is the most nre the guests of her William Stuart. foolish of all sins, though the best of us must admit that there are times when it As for the feeling that we need rest, is almost as necessary as the blow-of- f rest, rest, it is often n fallacious one. It cock of an engine." The editor of Bro. spiris action which makes muscle. The we take a Barnes' homo organ hns evidently met it of life enters into us when evp-r- y Often we suffer the vicissitudes that daily confront vital part in publisher. He has no doubt had his is from rest. A change of occupation engine break ns ho was going to prefs, most need, as a rule, and the what we has received a costly and important sperelief hours of an active person turn out cial telegram just after his edition was We must rest, tobeverv intelligent. out, or possibly he has even attempted but wo need not lose our electricity, at tinien to get news over n telephone. which the will, the thought can In such cases as these it is only profaniat all times, nnd which ought to ty that prevents the bursting of blood to summon be on guard, like an orderly, vessels. Swearing is a foolish vice, as we should become alert. Headus when our- the good brother truly says, but wo can aches evaporate if we must exert for- not agree that at all times it is a useless wo must selves for those we love, or waste of breath. Louisvillo Post. is the same thiug; get the pain, which cannot Hourish unless Politicians Unouatekul. It is real and idleness in which to reflect up- ly amusing to see some of the nowspa We have on the motea belonging to someonoelse. per hoys tearing their hair over some of With energy leading the way, ennui lifte the candidates for governor. We refrom the horizon and we see color and member how we once raved over the distance again. There are women who great Proctor Knott and ho returned slap labor day by day in hunger and despair. our faithfulness by a labor comIt seems as if others mightsitting indown in the face the first opportunity. These of great men generally pay their political fort and health, instead er's Ba- debts that way. Better go slow boys. to lassitude and Carlisle Mercury. ar- 15 pro-fes'o o May-fielto-da- Mr. Waid Moore gave n dnnco.to his Teachers' Association. As waa announced, the Lincoln County Teachers' Association convened at Moreland recently, but in the town hall instead of the church. The attendance on the part of the patrons was not as largo as was expected, but those who were there gave their undivided attention to what was said, which showed that they were much interested in the school work. About the usual number of teachers were present and they performed their duty with such tenacity and enthusiasm that it seems they are determined to awaken a new life in the common schools. The exercises were opened by some well seleated songs by the choir which performed their part in manner, after a very commendable which prayer was offered by He v. G. G. Hagan, followed by another appropriate song by the choir, which was rendered in such melodious strains that it carried cheerfulness to every heart and thoroughly prepared the audience to listen to the profound discussions which followed. Mr. G. U. Fry in a pointed speech discussed "How Can a Uniformity of Text Books bo Secured in the Schools of Lincoln County;" stating that the law required the county superintendent to prescribe a series of text books for the county to be used five years without change and insisted that this law be enforced. Miss Cettie Thurmond and Squire .1. A. Chnppell followed with brief add teases after which Sunt. W. F. McClary look up "Can Any Plan be Adopted to Grade the Common Schools; if so What is it."' and talked at Borne length, quoting the law which permits the establishing of graded schools and forcibly impressed upon the patrons the necessity of having good schools at home. Prof. L. T. Cole supplemented the theme with a few remarks followed by Mrs. Cole, who presented a plan to grade the common schools, which was a very systematic one, giving in full the entire course and the required time to complete it. The choir then broke the monotony of the speaking by another beautiful song, after which the discussions were continued by Prof. L. T. Cole with a la minutes' talk on "How Can Satisfactory Literary Work Bo Conducted in the Common Schools?" detailing many ways in which literary work can bo taught successfully. Squire J. A. Chappell then came farword and expatiated upon the important subject of "How Can We Make Our Work a Profession and Attain the Highest Perfection?" sending a broadside at those teachers who taught five months and engaged in farming during the remaining seven and making it plain that it waa their duty to devote their entire timo lo teaching and educating themselves. Miss Cettie Thurmond followed with an interesting paper on the same subject, which was full of good thoughts and suggestions. Mr. Fry supplemented Squire Chappell's remarks with the idea that the school terms should be extended to nine and ten months a year and reasonable wages paid the teachers and then they could allbrd to devote their whole timo to school work. The association then adjourned at 10:45 r. si. to meet at the next institute. We think this was the most interesting meeting of any we have had during the year and we feel certain that those who failed to be present lost a gcand opportunity to give their aid in this glorious work. There will be a plau presented to the teachers at the next institute to grade the common schools and also a course of study. The superintendent will announce in due time the series of text books to bo used the next five years, beginning July 9th. It is hoped that every teacher will give their hearty co operation and aid in advancing the common schools this coming year. G. U. Fry, Editor. JOHN MILLER'S SPEECH. Made after the Adjournment of the ventlon Saturday. 1 Con CARE OF LIVE STOCK. WHY SO MANY HIDES ARE WORTHLESS FOR LEATHER. y rim Northwestern lllilo unit I'nr limn Iasiiril a Clmitnr Telling .Mr nt nnil Cuttle .Men lime Anlnml Oiiljlit to lie "Mum." Coin-pun1111 Bastin's Saw Mill. f ROYAL J have lived among Fki.low Citi.kns: you nearly CO years ami never before asked you to listen to anything from me that might he called a speech, if you will give mo your attention for five minutes I will tell you as much n. many speakers have told you hi the came length of dine who think they arc good speakers, and will ngrce right now not to bother you again with another speech for CO years more. As it is my maiden speech, you will e.cu-- e 1110 for reading it. About 1900 years ago there lived somewhere in Asia an old gentleman who had two hoys and a pretty full Mipply of tlii world's goods. One of them wat a good boy, stayed at home and worked hard at hard work. The other was inclined to he gaily; he would curse, swear and blaspheme, gamble at cards, drink strong drink and run down into Sodom after harlots. Finally the home circle got too small for him. He called on his father, "presented his claim" for his part of the goods, went oll'and was gone for a long time. After spending all his moans in "riotous living," he came hack. The old gentleman saw him "afar oil," ran to him. took him in his arms, vrijh hi. rags, filth, lice, stinks and diseafN about him. kied hi'ii, took him to the houe, put him in a big tub of water, scrubbed him oil" with a towel, put clean clothes on him, sent him to the Hot Springs, had him cured of all manner of disease, brought him back home, killed the fat calf the good boy bad been feeding and currying for six months, put a diamond ring on his finger, rigged him up in a a Prince Albert or spade tail coat, pair of tight pants, rullled shirt, standing collar, shoo-llnecktie, patent leather pumps, a Hntnn cane and Derby hat (culfs and stud buttons were not fashionable then) in- girls and boys from vitedin all the the surrounding country and such another dance and good cheer has not been when the witnessed on earth until democracy met to receive back home the chief of sinners into full fellowship. tow-line- m' J have fminhed my new Saw Mill oti -the Somer-- ct j mile Itom Starlord nnd an- prepared tofiiinWhaiiyUnd of I.U.MIIKK. SIUNUI.KS. I will veil the Xc , at I.OWKSI' PRICKS. the mill or deliver. In milt pnrchanert, (five me n trial iWtniriie, MAYW OOI), KY. Stan-for- d I will deliver vawed tlietnut ihmglea at or llowland ut J . per.M I I niVe. luin-licr- at ,.y A 11 UAhlirt Tho Northwestern IHdo and Fur company, of Minneapolis, have inailo somo suggestions about skinning animal carcasses that will be of uso to our renders. It cannot bo too strongly impressed on the rearers of live stock that every sour, cut or blemish in 1111 animal's skin takes away largely from tho valuo of the dressed hide. Brands upon the body, cuts from ox goads or whips, scratches or hurts of any kind run tho price of tho hide down in a rapidly descending scale. Where the live animal has been subjected to cruel treatment tho skin is in many cases so injured as to bo practically worthless. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OK SIANHlUJ), K n y The Northwestern Hide and Fur company says: Fig. 1 shows tho position of the animal, and the dotted lines the course of tho knife; fig 'J, n hide skillfully removed, nnd fig. 3 an ill nlmix'il hide, not properly taken olT, and hung on it fence, exio.sed to sun, wind and rain, and worthless, except for glue. In pVinniug tho knife should run down to tho armpit, then forward to tho point of tho brisket (not to tho center, us many do). Do not cut tho throat crosswise; fctick it tho samo as you would a hog. tplit tho hidu on tho head exactly in the center, taku out tho horns nnd tail bono (tho tail goes with tho hide, but not the bone). no. 1. invited to tho fact i Hank In Stanford the National Hank Act. Under the pioMlonr delMxitom ate verured not only by the capital lock, lint hv the .torVholderi1 liability lor an tint depovitort ir amount ripial to the sl.uk. of $40o,c. A tre.m of taitar baking pow Itr Huhest of thit inttitiitinn are icctirrd ly a fund of tin hank orn vtalement of thci nndiliotl Five all In leavening Miciixtli Latest l S (imern-merRovern-uiet- it St.ite are made oach ear to the Food Itcport are examined at ptated timet and by Kerunictit agents, thus iuri!i( addituonal and perfeil afty In deputitoii. Thu institution, originally established a the !. then Depo.it Hunk of Stanlnrd In lied a the Nalu nal Hank ol Stanford In iWj and as the 1'irsl National Hank oi atfain rccri;imitd Seventh and Matlct Streets, has Jiad prHilirally an iininter Stanlord in It l tetter supplied rupled emitence of )enr now with Incllitiea for tralisaililn: hutiBetn prompt - - ly and liberally than over before in Us long and Accounts of ciTiatlons, fid u honorable saietr ciirios, (inns and individuals respectfully aolic ted WII.I. Ot'KN .MoNJ:A,UAK , The Directory oi this Hank ti eompsMed o of Stanford; T.J I'oaler, KtsHl, l.lneeln county; 1'oresiu. Having nld out our entire interril in I lie heirl. W. Ilaydon, Stanford; on Je((eion itrtft, we Imve mnrnt l oar old S It. tfiuWimnsi, Ijocnln; i Hand that e (M.ctticv. I .. t cilul!vft M. J Miller. Mt Vcrnot,; tfltiitjr an Seventh and Market trecM. 4. T lUrrn I.lncstln: up in elegant shape, new throughout ami thu out J. S llttckrr Stanford; fit will in every wuy he elegant. Including iwe nl 1., A I 'icki r, I Ineoln: Ktcvatnrt Male Safety l'aennrr and ltapcC f I' tit V.tnfoni, We rant all ! with all the late m.proveinenM W (i Wetch, Stanford our old Iriendt to ci.mc and ee in "ur old honir l late, .Stanford. We promile you lh.it our Mom, tMr and frcrvlie OITIt KKs Mv wife, Mr. rhitll be i"il land r.one in n 1 mhrml 10 all J. S lUler. IVoirtcnt. Jo II, Alein1er our lady 'rirn. kih! c will lie (,'lad to ce them Juhn J. Mi RuStu, Cashier. A A MiKmM1 s.istwl Oilier day rr andaive them a hfMv " POWDER Capital Stock Surplus that thi it the only National Attention of the pul-l- S200,000 16, OOO Absolutely Puro it itnwt ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, S, Louisvillo, Kentucky, . riw 1 1 1 101 () H vt te ' KWM'Ht V l M pr V ngtr OS ir -- -i N M Sub- Fanners Bsnk& Trust Co. OK STANFORD, KY. (or buiincsa with The Opening Chapters but scribe Without Delay. A It now fully oretniied and ready Paid up Capital of Surplus, 11 -- . - - $200,000. 15,000. to-da- y Romance of Two Brothers, Edgar Kawcctt's Latest and Best Work, is not an ordinary "While the lamp holds out to burn, The vilest sinner may return." So far as I am individually concerned, it gives me extreme pleasuro to be yet honored as the captain of the "Old Guard", and it docs see hi to mo that I have proven myself agreat and good evangelist in the democratic cause. Why I have recently been the means of bringing back into the democratic household great numbers of Bro. Montgomery's followers who but yesterday, as it were, in our very last race, made by the gallant Warren. whom we propose to further honor, told us that democratic principles were not worth a curse, bv several damns, and one old gentlemen was so elated anil over joyed at the very idea of getting hack home that he actually voted all over town nnd I believe he handed round the dinner next day at meeting. These gallant men have rallied to the standard of our standard hearer and given him to us as the exponent of pure and undefiled democra- co and say that if Mr. Edmiston has not saloons too much that promised the may vote for him on the 3d of next they August, whether he reads the new con to-da- y love story. SUCCKSSOIt toTIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OI' S IAN r OR I), (Now tit it up) with the tame astelt and under tho tame management. Ily provisions of its chatter, depositors arc aa 111 National fully protested at aie Hanks, its shareholders being held Individually liable to the ealent ol the amount of their stock therein at the par value theieol, in addition to the amount invested In auih shares It maj actaa ctccutor administrator, trustee, Ac, at fully as an individual lo those who entrusted their buisiness to while mnaciliK the Lincoln National Hank ot Stanford, we we beie lender our manv thanks and trust they will continue to transact their busimost with us. offering as a guarantee fur prompt alien lion lo tame, our twenty years' esperience in banking andas liberal accominodatieut as are with sound banking. IHMKCTONt: til HO. o com-man- d back-hand- ed sighs.-Harp- . DKCKiTriru-Fra- nk Jess So. Everybody now dies of "heart Ah'Kahancks auk Kitty Winslow. Sho failure." Von Moltke, at 93, goes by goes Clark-Th- ere girls in New the heart failure route. It's got to be a one of the prettiest is term that, like charity, covers not only "York. You would hard- a multitude of sins, but a big volume of Taite-IndMilly her, would you? doctor's ignorance. Wo all die when the ly think it to look at heart fails. Lexington Transcript. Puck.- m a m t Dear girl, why do you keep me con editor says that the An agricultural Jenny I don' saw on milk is cream. stantly on the rack?" best article be ever was not very want you to get separated from your it Some city people think Bazar. copied. -L- owell Courier. widely eedl bat-Harpe- r's No one should attempt to skin a beef withou a curved skinning knife. As one hole will pay for several knives it is folly to try to do without a good knife. In skinning keep tho knifo close to the hide and draw tightly with the left hand on tho hide; by so doing you will not bo to cut and scar them. For hides weiglr.ng from fifty to sixty pounds put an even water bucket of No. coarso salt, larger and smaller in proportion; rnb it on even, leave it spread out until the salt has struck in, then lay it on a pile, head on head and tail on tail, or roll them up in bundles. Hides treated thus, if not damaged by cuts, will bring tho highest prices. To get stitution or not. crowned best prices for hides never dry them. and We have met hero him Lord of all that democracy is to possess in Lincoln county for the next two years. We have put a new song in ins mouth and he i to go forth singing the praises of Jellerson and his doctrine telling such benighted beings as 1 what democracy is and to teach Chesterno. 3. field politeness. The same instructions hold good in Ekiuning fur animals, such as tho boar, Such is the man who leads us and if he leads with that zeal and success beaver, wolf, raccoon and badger; only that he formerly led the enemy against they should be tacked up and dried without salt. Mink, fox, skunk ami us, there will go up a shout of victory not bo cased to bring sung togeth- some others should heard since the morning stars best price. Tho cleaner you got them er and all the sons of men.shouted for Joy. from meat the better. The sun rises in the "East End" of the with a brightness not seen county The Kentucky Homo for disabled and for many years; it goes down in the ''West indigent Federal soldiers haH been locaEnd," giving a serene peace and security ted. The trade was closed yesterday for to a number of gentlemen fioin up there a tract of land, with building! on it, who hold the basket of ripe plums gather-ewhich can be promptly arranged for the from the public fruit stand, while hero reception of about flO inmates, Hitunted in this temple of justice nightly gather a at the mouth of Harrod's creek. The club of courtly officials who unite in sing- sib' it healthy, attractive and conveniing ently accessible by rail, river and two "When we've beun hero ten thousand yeart turnpikes. The owners of the tract, one as thu sun, llright shining praise of whom, Maj. W. II. Thomas, wasa galless days to sine God's We've Than when e first begun'" lant Confederate soldier, made a But Dave says since 1 have begun the donation of SoOO. This beneficent good work he intends to extend this re- institution can now be considered a fact form still further. Amen and auiuii. accomplished, but further contributions Don't you think I have been the means are needed to enlarge its nccoinmoda of accomplishing a great work ? The lions, render it attractive as well as com is the child of God and the fortablo and make it an institution credmeek are to inherit the earth and surely itable to tho State. Wo have no doubt Louisvillo my time is at hand. I want something they will bo forthcoming. riirlit now. I am as poor as Woolsey. I Commercial. m want you to make Dav.o pass around the Consistency. "I hear that Mrs. Barof 13 or 14, lut, take up ft collection low is disputing her late husband's will." take me to Louisville with him to rally "Why, I thought he left everything to around the flag of our gallant Warren and her." "So he did, but she never let the introduce me to every democrat in Kenold man bavo his own way. U'h a mattucky. I think my work as an evangelist ter of principle with her." New York has been worth that much. Democrats, I am at your service, ready, Sun. willing, to do battle. Gird on your armBro. Sommers, of thu Elizabethtown or, follow me; the old guard dies, hut News, scores this good point: "The never surrendars. Dave, don't you wish subscription price of this pater has not you could talk that way T Don't you been increased by the McKinley bill, wish you belonged to the old guard? How but we want to disabuse the minds of many of your nice hows will yon give for some people of the idea that it has been my tonguo and head and record ? But ho put upon the free list." t of good cheer; we will cleanse you or all Amy "I confess that I love you, your uncleanliness nnd love you freely. could you supGo and sin no more; welcome home; may Jack, but tell me how port a wife? You have no money, I'm the Lord send, salvation down and make told." you feel as happy as you well can feel. Jack Puffer "Oh, that's all right. I'm for your I thank you, my countrymen, going to give np smoking," Epoch. polite attention. lo 1 J J Williams, Mt. Vernon; J. M Mail, Stanlnrd; J S. Ows'sy, Manford; SJ KmUr), Stanford ;'. J K l.vnn, Stanford; A. W. Carpenter. .Mllledgeville; J. K.llauKhman, Hustonville; J. V. Cash, Stanford; William Gooch, Stanford, Ky S. II. Shanks, f'retidcnt. J II. Owtley, Cashier aV. M llright, IITeller mgh inn, Oeneral Hook J II ... Kee' I'ltEJ'AJIIikO THE r.uxin. love-makin- It is an account of g gen-uin- o to-da- y d under difficulties, told in an unique way. It is a story free from all objectionable features, one that you can read to your wife ahd daughters with bringing a blush to their faces. Remember that wc have secured "A Romance of Two Brothers" at great expense, for two reasons mainly: To keep at the head of journalistic enterprise in this community, and to oblige our friends who will be sure to appreciate every line of this, the choicest romance of the year. A , I llavtnir removed mv HatfliLr Shon lo the Com mercial lintel. I am nrlrared to accommodate la- diet as well as geliilrmcn in anything they may with 111 my line. Children alto wailed on lull THOMPSON, JK'-Soil 1110. InCnminrrcial Ic lei. 1 iv AIMTER ' G MAGIC CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE! s I 1111 hand-som- e Romance of Two Brothers peace-mak- er Will be published by no other paper in this vicinity. If you arc s fiction you fond of can not do without it, hence you should subscribe for the best paper in your town in time to secure the whole of this charmhigh-clas- m Bf I f ing tale. "Best Story of the Year." competent critics have called "A Romance of Two Brothers," the crowning work of that Imminent Novelist, That is what mm EDGAR FAWCIHT. The editor of this paper has secured this grand tale for your benefit. If you are wise you will wait no longer but Thousands of dollars worth of chickens are destroyed by Cholera every year. It is nioro fatal to them than all other diseases combined. Hut tho ij discovery of a litjttid remedy that dentroys tho Microbes has been inatlo. Half of tho young chickens nro killed by Microbes beforo they aro bottle is enough for fryers. A 10O chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, you arc not satisfied with it as n cure for Cholera, return it to tho druggist from whom you purchased it, and ho will refund your money. posi-thd50-cc- nt 0 S SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE. For ale by W. B McRobcrU, dnijgitt, Sua-lor- d. V. d . .,-'- -.