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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891050801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. --- "v 0mf' ;tt v.- "F nr -- wffr'SJj3j Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. Fashion and Other Notes. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MAY 8. 1891. NO. 19 i - & JAS. R. ngwocxi winter is in full blast and Of OIiikow, (s :i t ,tli.jte for Clerk ol the north wind is not tempered to the1 4 $. thr Curt f to the action ,,rtho shorn sheep. vwat im irS&fca Dr. Iirown li.fi i... i t!.. t... tf? KICIXARI) WaslungtonCityto attend the bewiun I 4ft ' 5iS. vHv r. oi tne Aiiiurican Medical Assoclon. Is a Candhlatv for Auditor of the y. State ot -' . . . ... Altuu , r.. i ...outt to the wtll of the C1K party. (laugnier ot Win. I ujera, oiLasey county, died of -. on the oth. Mr. Myers has Jv .: buried three grown daughters and n A. S. ra X . VX --rfs' '.iSI ? F'Z-rh in lesa than two years. -SURGEOy DENTIST. WH,) r ... -- It appears that the hens of Clint &tyfaz' Office Jon Main street, oicr W. II. Drug Store, Stanford. McRoberti' Jenkins' neighborhood are developing n remarkable fondness for kittens. Mrs. &' -- uKCn DR. W. E. uiisaeu a sitting hen from her nest ami a search discovered her hover-Maymk. ! A NONAGENARIAN. mg a kitten. The kitten was removed, Clay Goes For Hardin, Rhea, Etc. and the linn replaced on the nest, Office South side Main meet, in oiKce John Trousdale Vardeman, when oted by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanford. receatlr she industriously resumed business. Kr. The democrats of Clay county in mass looking back over old fashion books, nose picture appears above, was W in. ,, h conm;. Cabbell.of Lebanon, was up last in i,or on Marc, 1;5( ,S(K)( navin r kllllWI VIII in the incrting assembled at the which were published away back DR. B. COOK, a uymg visit toliis mother. Miss M(1h, one cannot help wondering how Manchester, .May 'J, 'ill, subject to a call uently years old, and nearly two Julia Stugg is able to move about her room Lincoln County's Candidate for Representa- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, of the State central committee, to in months. the women ever reconciled themselves tive. after a very severe attack of grippe. Mr. rum i uc.eKHics 10 ine emu; convention STANFOfiD.IKY. ije ,I0W ivt.fl at tlie Hame ,,,,. ,1L. wa8 to the outlandish styles of those davs. Although notaa good as it might be, at I.ouisville. May ljith. The meetiiij:; ,)0rn iU1(l ,, J. T. Uose is recovering from an attack live( tlu.rt. continOHHiy There is not a little wonder, too, as to the above picture does not need to be j,onnMel'a,iua;0;i1LopPr;tthei""c'--ym"- of typhoid fever. Mr. Samuel nn viiucu in uruer uy it. . .puriOCK, i nj ,jH jf(, with the exception of a feiv Gann, an bow they all'orded such quantities of exaged citizen of the Stringtown neighbor- labeled for his legion of friends to recogpensive tnateiial as was then required to cuairman oi me county committee, ,I. years after the death of his father, when C. he made his homo with his brother, Jer- hood, w.,1 thought for several days una- nize that it is intended to be a counterinnlii ii ixiuii. W'nmi'ii lmvi Mover ilri'.ss- - (i.:. Ilortou was elected chairman, . r "" ble to overcome an attack of pneumonia, feit presentment of Dave Edmiston, our R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. . ueiu, Jr., assis-a- t emiah, secreiary, j. who lived near by iiuil who movedmorelastefullv or becomingly than but law pulled through and is out of urai representative, who is not only a .1. ed to Texas. John wont with him, but V"' ?,,air "PIoiiited the present da'v, not only in ilriw.' DENTIST. man of brains, but a gentleman everv il linger. ' "hite, Sr , (. Mills, remaining! only a few years, returned to lmtinthostvleof hairdressini:. Kvery M.lln strert. nnt..it. - ii -- Mr. Tom Jasper, of Piano, Texas, ar - " ' S" .nm.f()rm I,'nl- - Uo nrtesy and po upOffice On N.trou, Ox, jj' a, ' -. T J- White, suir.5. make bia home with Kichard rortman, face cm be suited, for there is no limit ";,,Jrt, , while in otlicial position and extracting. rii'ed last week, eotii..!,. .. in. A. M Co.nbi and James who ay of married his niece, the daughter of STAN' FORI). KKNTUCKV. to the many and beautiful arrangements' I,er,, '"wl"'. '" " resolutions who Jeremiah, and lived near Middleburj:, several weeks. His plug hat was a Join- - j 0llt of U' lum ,llai,e ,l,m U, luost 10PU" h,r" of the coitrure. Too niticli attention can ' lllr nmn '" lhl' conntV- plete disguise to many of his old chums We predict that aml '"'"I"1 ihv '"Homing: Casey county, until the death of Samuel not be pmd to the toilet. Now, alllio' rl',,orlc,, Mrs. Dr. Cook and hersister, Mrs. Mont- '"'' " l)poj"tlon t0 llIm from taking' we can find no excuse for a girl .V;',!',1, "'W' a,,,rVof t,l,iH','?"" Holmes, who married his younp'st sis- gomery, were Healer In I'oreijn purpose Domestic iiiMiucting up this week visiting Mrs- mi iii.mer, as no one would DO 1001- two or three hours to dress, we prefer delegates to the State convention; that ter, when he felt it his duty tooto live hardy enough to run against him, and AND LIQUORS, her to the cir) who boasts that she dress-- ! we indorse the past record of Cleveland with her. There lie continues to live to ooeuwens. .Mrs. Robert Me A Inner was Hint he will be elected by the largest Of course it is ami approve oi isuckuer s recoid as gov flu tiriMint timi ni tlm nlil linmnutii.iil here visitidg friends. News from Mrs. in 10 or l." ininuti-s- . a,ld Milwaukee bottleU Origgs reports her mother improving. vote ever polled in Lincoln county. her,3i4 SccAT7!in's street, bet. KIov.l aiiJ Jefferson ' i a bale, old gentleman, very well to be able to make it hasty toi-- 1 V.,""; "' l,'l"l',,t,!ll,ml Wc. J',0,l,j .lirl I're.ton, LOlfiSVILLE, KY Stetui The cut was intended for last issue. It .., supjiort George Bradley got in from Alabama the,. nominees remarkably well for his aire. let when necessity demands it, but it., .' that we heartily in- - JJ'in Tuesday afternoon to spend n few weeks. started from Cincinnati Saturday and ...r.'MiV. ".",'."'. "".""" lnus: 'on ael "-. . v..ii. kiuj ., ItDWMHU, Ktrl who gets up in the morninp and dor-- o the course of our jepresentatives! ' "ever married, though in early man- for the able, courageous anil hood was a great ladies' man and a fa- - He claims to have been luxuriating in Ins since been riding around in the dresses in 10 minutes must neglect her i ruiils, getting the full benefit of the posnearly all early vegetables. toilet. In the first place, to be perfectly Miillinfliitijc "'IwJh in w hich they op- - vonte in young company. He was not r '" lMl' MiKinley robber taril bill -- Sam Butherford and Cole Carpenter tage, we presume. though indtitriotis. After , dean and healthy, a bath must ..iuL.. IV)rnIl,( ,,ltl.rolIH 1U11, tI.umm. avaracious, are the most enterprising fanners in every morning. A bath warm or cold, Ie I'urce bill, and tliHt u copy ol the his negroes were freed he contented f this LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. JLots - proceedings of this convention breeding and rearing a few fine end of the county. 'Instead of turning which ever is best suited to the courti be sent In the corporate limits of Rowland. The attendance at the funeral of roadsters an I Middle horses, which be mercioos Willi a harrow .tint wearing tutiou. It is utterly impiblc to take ,0 tlu Intkhiuk II vitKii H J. DARST, Rowland. them round as others are i loing, Sjitn linn. M ... Duuli.f , .... i4ir niki;i iiwvii nf 35 On motion of Judge It. I'. White the occasionally sells and which w.i l... ofi.. ui our bath, use nail," tooth and hair brush renders him legates were instructed to cait the independent financially. His long life armed himself with a hntdu't and fol- - t,,u tiln' w,w t,,B lnrKt;St "ve-- witnessed in the space of 10 minutes. And with- out paying pailieular attention to these h"l'H of Clay county for 1". Watt Hardin is a great comfort to bin nephew, who lowen me narrow, pounding the bieeest " u' ulH,,)rJ 0I 0,lr town. Tlie proces I. M. BRUCE, Cole, in press of Hpring work, converted moii was fully l mile in length, besides detidls, the toilet is shamefully neglect- - for Kvernor tlrst, l.wt and always. On also has no family. of 'hinies W. Ueid, Jr., tlie FEED ee. If you wish to be healthy, bo clean, ,,,t,t John Trousdale was the fourth child bis buggy into a dump cart and hauled tlie citizens on foot, representing all UVBT, SIA5LE, were instructed to cast the born to Morgan and Polly Trousdale an the stones off his meadow. It never classes of the community. The demon- is the most Important tiling ih'h'K-iteC'leanlinetw STANFOKIJ.KY. of respect tohis memory showed about the toilet. You may stand fur voten of Clay county for M. C. Alford Vardeman. Morgan lived to be S'2 years accurred to him to borrow Henrv Stan-- ' 8,rat'( f(,r HfUtnimnt governor. Oil motion of ley s slide anil draw them to the brink of tht 'stimat'n in which he was held by SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL hnnr- - tw.tnre a. mirror, adornim? voursulf old, his father, whose name was John, travelers. Howes and mules boiiifht and sold. tllL' I,C0PI, punemlly and was a great Onlyhrst-clas- s with fashion's latest requirements, but Col. (.Silhert Garrard, the delegates were lived considerably over 100. He rode the bluir, over which he could so easily horses and vehicles ued in livery butt) to his ability as a lawyer and jurist ca.u the votes of Clay coun- from this county on horseback to what tumbled them. time and trouble go for naught if dirt is instructed to One of our meteorologists confiding- - nml mfl wor'h "8 man. Religious ser-l- v ty for John S. Hhea for attorney general. was then called tho Natchez country, lurking under all this display. predicts a frost the night of the 10th V'CP3 were conflicted at his residence by On motion of It. White the delegates now West Tmnessee, or Northern Corduroy will be made up in short were instructed to cast the votes of Clav I desire to sell my farm ol about to visit a sou living in that coun- inst. On being pressed for tho b.mii nf Khb'rs Frank and Tharp, of the Chris- no acreso'n situ. V km''" not,h of for mountain climbing, pedestrian county for I,. C. Norman for auditor. try. Tradition has it that his fnther, his prediction he promptly declared that tian cnurcni of which ho was a member, suits excursions of all sorts and for morning On motion of W. C. l'itman thu whose name was John also, lived toover his almanac says so. The prolonged flie Pn'l'bi'aii'rs were Col. T. P. Hill, R. nf.h;.:.r ","'":"' ",.?"arr.; thebaunce . .......... L1I ln iimoiny. Oooa dwellintr .dry, clear, cool, windy spell has Wurrpn nmJ J- - s- Owley, Jr., ofStan-anof Clay were instructed to cast the J'JO yeats. . .uui rmrai anati Kitcnen rambles over country ro.ids and through parched and a splendid Mew Iiarn; is well watered aud fonr1 cracked the surface of tlm ford; John W. Yerkes and Owslev be civen The above was furnished us by .Mr forest tangfes. These gowns will serve votes of Clay for Thou. II. Corbett for Immediately. ror parucuiars.se,, T. M. Peiininctoii. liKe.Iuly and August weather. Manv Rhodes, of Danville; W. C. Curtl, of Hailev. Stanford, or write the nnderslenedJ. P. an excellent purpose next winter for register of the land ollice. at E. WITHERS. farmers have suspended work in corii Somerset, and Gen. W. J. Laudram, of Cincinnati, Ohio. The following were appointed delewools are ingtcat nun dresses. The tine WAYNESBURG. tields and will not resume till after a rain Lancaster. Judge Varnon, of Stanford, ariety. Their exquisite texture and gates to oust the votes of Clay county at coloring will make possible some of the the State convention. J. W. Ilowlim?. Misses Nellie Morris and Stella Con- has saturated the clods, whilst others was present at the funeral, besides a THE SHELTON HOUSE, most beautiful costumes noted in many ; James Sevier, James W. Keiil, Jr., James ner, of Kuban ks, were tho guests of Miss are plodding along stirring clods with utrge unmoor oi menus and relatives harrows and drags, or imbedding a few from tho adjoining towns. Tho services Pretty French flannels furl II. White, James T. Price, James II. Hertlm Reynolds Saturday and Sunday. seasons. J. H GREER, Proprietor, Again has our little village been with heavy rollers. Nearly all gardens consisted of reading of the Scriptures, snorning wrappers have tlowered stripes,' (iarrard, It P. White, Sr., O. W. Price, - edges, or tine arabes- - O (iarrard, Felix Patrick, T. J. White, visited by that grim monster, death. were plowed before dry enough and all prayer and singing at the residence and . r: in rich, dark slmdeA on neutral Hugh Herd, (t. W. Spurlock, W. C. Pit- This timo it took away the youngest and fields show streaks where plowing was cemetery. The floral tributes were nui, ies ' at . .?"0T?"ya,,0.::!, roomreasonable mKht. Sample and voaditooZ grounds. In combining colors for house man, A. W. Maker, John Rowling, II. tenderest Hower of the home. May, the resumed too soon, notwithstanding eve- merous and beautiful. No man stood Open day iii connection i... ' Caldwell, aged ry farmer declares that vou had better higher in his profession than Judge Ows dresses it should be borne in mind that Dickinson, O. Mills, Lee Combs, Loyd little daughter of 1). lo months, departed this life to the sweet wait till next season than plow too wet. j ley. Ho was the soul of honor; tlm per tliese gowns will be seen more often hv Walker and M (S. Ilortou . Theories and practices do not always ac- - sonification of tlie courtly and sunlight, and therefore W. 0. Pitman, SVcy., M. G. Hoiiton. rest beyond Monday night, April !I7. gasltght(than by ......!...... iii" jiuu ..II .. J vs. W. ItKiD, .In., Ah was announced, the Baptist corn wiin even scientists. I know- ail ' Kc,,w( ' ,..1. ,,.,,. mi iiiitnuiiin bum Chairman. the colors should be such as will illumSunday-Schoo- l Conven- individual whose palms are literallv full htined the dignity of bis profession and Assistant Secretary. ine well. wUI do ,he I.ouisville Times please copy. tion met t the Baptist church here Sat- of blisters and corns, nil from persisting w,1 '"l('i i,s " deserved, the respect of "MK'iety gossip says the beautiful, courin plowing his garden when ho confess- - a" wno enjoyed the pleasure of his neurday ami Sunday. The attendance At One Dollar a Foot. Vayne County's Instructions. teous, tit all time aHable, Mrs Cleveland His loss will he deplored was not n large as was expected on ac ed it was too wet, and the extra hard quaintance. Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. leads a charmed life in New York. She At our convention yesterday, in " count of the busy season. The discis- pounding required to pulverize the clods u' a" w''10 l;o!1r and revere tho name L.T.SMITlf: is courted by all upon whom she will instruttions for the following sions of tlie dillerent subjects were has produced the condition mentioned. ol 0,,u wn0 was an honor to his ileign to smile, and keeps a house in ele- candidates for State otlicers were given: pointed and instructive. No one could the job is but fairly comnieiic-- ! '" a,ia who heart was broad enough gant stylo on Madison Avenue. She is Governor, P. W. Hardin; lieutenant listen to them without being greatly inl. U will not do for the early bird to to sympathize with suiTering humanity nanqueted at banquets, feted at feasts, governor, M. C. Alford; attorney gener- benefited. One of the leading features be "too previous." It doeen't always in-- , throughout tlie world, bung over the wassail bowl and both al, John S. Khea, treasurer, Harry South; of the convention was a basket dinner fiuie the "catch of an early worm."" At a meeting of tho bar of Lancaster idolized and idealized when ever she auditor, U. C. Warren, register of land on May J, ISS1, held at the on Saturday. The good mothers tilled Logans Creek and Dlx River. goes. It will bo remembered that at the ollice, T. C. Corbett; supt. public iurtruc-tion- , to pass resolutions of respect to tlie mem- the baskets full of all the nice thiugs and inaugural ceremonies of thu Centennial Mr. Sam L. Bastin, of the Laurel ory of Hon. M. II. Owsley, on motion '. F. Smith; clerk of Court of Ap- in sullicient quantities to refresh all ..AT. in New York two years ago it was Mrs. peals, James It. Martin. d tv the present. The ministers present were Coal Company, at Pittsburg, has been Ho'i. W. 0 Biud'ey wr..-who received the most flatterCleveland The following delegates were elected Kevs. A. J. Tike, .1. X. Bowling, A. (pending ii few days with friends here. chair and M. l llulu.--; Hi:d Lo"u M. F. IN & ing attentions bestowed upofl any wo- lo cast (he vote of Wayne county in State Mobley anil V. T. Reynolds, who made Tho frost Tuesday night did were appointed vn serious man present, the ladies throwing down convention: excellent speeches during tho meeting. damage to gardens, especially beans aud motion of R. II. Toinlineon Gen. W J. their bouquets before her as sho walked I. N. Sheppard, Kd Jones, Dr. 11. II. The convention closed at '2:'.)0 Sunday we have no doubt that Nunnelley and Landiam was made chairman of the &s Ky. 1r to thu supper room. This adulation was McConnagby, Dr. A. S. Cook, Lewis and all went homo feeling that they hail Ferrell's watermelons were all killed by coinmitteo on resolutions and the folnot so much to bo wondered at, as she Oattsand James MuKcchuic, Jr., with gained much valuable information. Captain Jack. Most of the wool in this lowing report was unanimously adopted: Quite a number of people from Kubanks section has was fresh from the Whito House and alternates. Wukruas, Hou. M. II. Owsley, a mem been sol I at 2,', cents to II. A. Jas. McKki'ii.vik, Jk., attended. Mr. F. I'. Curtis and family, rooms the ordornof its B. Marksbury and A. T. Nunno.llev. ber of the Lancaster Bar, departed this Ch'n Dem. County Committee. of Somerset, were also present. hung about her. But as time wore on Miss Mary Vanoy, of the Hanging on P. W. QP.EEN, Proprietor. Fork n'L at n'8 res'l'nee near Maywood. Our farmers are busy DANVILLE. has shown that she could tho iieigtiooruoou, was tho guest of Miss Monday, May 4, ISM, at a meeting of the I hae recently taken charge oi this hold tho interest of tho people by her planting corn and shearing sheep. John Liccio Adams tho first of this week. Bar and offices of the Garrard Circuit Hotel and infnd ITKMS KKOM THK ADVOCATE. it at present high from own magic, without depending upon the U. Lynn has lost several and Couuty Courts, the following reso- standard. Special attention iven its tho traelinir , Win. Gooch sold and delivered at to A. U. T. Smith sold to C. C. VanArs-dalepublic. husband's position. She some unknown cause and his hogs are glory of bur to D. N. I'rowitt, 25 head of lutions were adopted: of Hustonville, about 1.00 bushels beloved by all. Men of dying with cholera. Miss Lou Johnson moves Rksolvkd. 1. That we deeply deplore First-Clas- s lambs at S4 L'5. Dr. Jess Anion SI per bushel. the loss of Judge Owsley, end "tender to years, maidens, Bociety women and the met with a serious accident a few days of wheat at Sherill' Bailey arrested Bob Lee and (Buck) and R.E.Gaines with a party his family our sincere and heartfelt symIn connection. Also ago while cleaning a window. Sho sevjennctidudorcu alike pronounce her Louisville, from Danville and Boyle county, spent pathy in their bereavement. is "an large leaders of her wrist I'd Nichols and took them to ered ono of tho faultless. Truly she 2. That recognizing the distinguished Pool and Billiard murder Saturday at Dawson's mill. C. M. and nearly another. Sho is improving where they were wanted for the queen of womauhood." Spoonamore sold to Buford, of Coving- ability of the deceased as a lawyer and negro. Blowly. Mr. J. F. Higney, of tho Hub- of another ton, suveral cows witli calves at $37 jurist, his high standing as a gentleman What a little thing it takea to spoil a ble neighborhood, is Warren will very probably secure a rmuifl and ins uniiorui courtesy in Ins chosen John r. castlkmak. visiting his brother, T7. .ilu.ni.i . . w. ... A. C.LANGIIA M. niououui io contingent. Norman's nomiiuuiuiesooro profession, we feel that tho legal frnter-nitbeautiful facel I kuew a girl, lovely as Adam Higney. Mrs. J. 0. Hill and Mrs. the Green butcher 3 cowb at $35. .Mr. W. M. has sustained a great loss and oue Warren will all certain. far as looks go, faultless from nation is not at a dream, bo W.T.Tucker attended the is yisiting home folks. that we Bincerely regret. Mr. head to the undoubtedly bo tho contesting candidate the crown of her marriago at Junction City. 3. That as a testimony of our respect Mrs. Thoa. interested in immense silver and, it is hoped, the victor. futips of her dainty toes, and yet sho ia un- I.ineban, of Somerset, is visiting Mrs. and iron mines noarMiddlesboro. Many for the deceased, we will attend his J. Mr. Frank McKinney, who has been popular with both men and women. Sho 0. Hill. Mrs. Charlotte neral in a body. Painter, who 4. That these resolutions bo spread at Harris for Borne time, thanks to Rachel for a beautiful crochetwith Gentry is so conaciouB of her charms and seeks has been visiting Mrs. Fred cirMahaH'y, irresistible that her B. J. A T. ed tie. Mr. W. H. Traylor. after having largo upon the record books of the Mahan at to make herself bo has returned home to tho regret of her succeeds Mr. Dau. closed his distillery, shipped his hogs, cuit and county courts, published intho Ilia place at tho Mode F. Durham's. beauty ib spoiled. One quickly tires of many admirers. Sam lkstin, of Jockval, KenRecord, the Grocery will be occupied by Mr. Herbert 200 in number, last week to Cincinnati CentralAdvoeato Intbkiok copy furnished incessant, sweet (?) smile and the and a of her tucky Laurel Coal Company, is with his and realized a good price. the willow nf the deceased. Signed W. eagerneeB to Ipse no opportunity in parents for a few days rest. Quito a llommel. J. Landram, Ch'n; W. Herndon, K. II. beauty. There is Mr. Charles II . "Webb, formerly of which to dioplay her Regulators took Win. Ofiutt out of Tomlinson, L. F. Hubble, J. M. llotli-wellarge crowd was out Sunday to hear Uro. this city, and Miss Emily Hitchiugs, of his house in Marion the other night an unnaturajuoss about her that repels. Jos. Ballon, but were disappointed Louis Landram, J. II. Brown, Jo on and MANAGERS, DeLand, Fla., were married on the 29th, gave him a sound threshing, S. Robinson, W. B. Mason, Thos. Wher-rit- t, How much better is to be natural; a poor account of his being sick. becauso he S. D. Rotnwell, Curt. Robinson. diamond is better than an iraitiation. and are now "at home" at 1,739 Diversy was living iii open concubinage Commerce Building, Louisville. with a W. 0. Bkadlkt, Ch'n. Why can't all women be sensiblo? It is street, Chicago, 111. Charley now has n nero woman, who had forced his oldeBt St. Bel 3:245-1- . Agents throughout the South. of superiority to MUkr & Slbtey, of Franklin, l'a , owners of St good position aa proof reader on the Chi- daughter to not a particular sigu leave home. The woman to IW, full Chimes thing it would and Patrt brotherIUIIabell Hoy, lllnda Rose, r. talk like a fool. Another cago Daily Globe and his many friends was not caught, but word was Alio w.ltn nW.hiu. .... left which be well for women to remember Is that ointment with great success and Mlee it tuiniis in Old Kentucky wish him and his bride wUl make her keep scarce for some Mrs. Foley, of Mercer county, has "W. A. TEZBBLZ, Local "" "eJa '.?r " ecneiuj.y rccoinmeml it to . -v. "v B.ww..w.. DOOIC IB VUC iimto vu h. abundant prosperity. GO ewes, 59 of which hate t in lambs. STANFORD. KY. are Lonsvii.t.K, May r. The Jininj;. trn la' Yes, every one is on the ,ui vive concerning Derby Day, the wo-men more ipecitilly. Who ever wtw an appreciative woman who din not ylory the upaiklc,, The excitement are delicious after a lonjt winter of monotonoiiM ball, theatro and tinnier parties. lAuivilhlH koiiij; to out- shine herself next week. There arc the ra- ecu, tho May I'lWttVHliiniltiiu convenilon. the first time in life I wish it were possible for women to vote. There is little 4iiHstiou as to who would lie Mute and itor If they could. "Our Dick," the handsome, the tenth', the a II able man, who so richly deserves tht otlke and who would do such credit to it. hoifi-1 tliir-h- , To the IMit.ir lnt-n- r Jor:l. j ' reticent; Hie world at larje Iihh no inter- ect in your private ndiiiru ami nil men tlenpNc n forward woman. He content-- t e.l; "martyrs" are detextnlile; a cheerful, happy Hpirit iH infectious; you can cany it about with you wliere ever yon u Cultivate the habit of to ,.rh; it w, makeyou mi invaluable mem-th- e her of hociety. Kvery man likin to talk about hiniHvlf; a "ood listener mnken n dehuhtful wife. Avoid wliisperini.'; it is' as bad as jjibkIIiik; both are coudemneil;! there is no excuse for either. If the pirls would pay more attention to their iimnnersaud less to the display of their charms, there would be more happy homes and not so many old maids. lUti-nin- ?. -w- HUSTONVIU.E. XJ&VITt , MARTIN, , Api-h- sul-.-- Ui j1 W "y v.. -- I I ; I1' :'J ,, .j -- son-in-la- w Jsgf ''JSWT wf;-- mi fc ,H aw ' TT -- c. WARREN Krn-uct- r. PRICE, PENNY, Dentist. I court-hous- e i !l' nn-Hu- rnuinu I,. i ,..l(,vi' "'""'V'.. .... tf- - t.. t nir-ness- .,n 'T"S O- -.. A-- - WINES ' Mntfi-onvJntioi- i, .'.. -- i6-6- , I'0-1- For Sal M j j him-hel- Twentv Dullding j j Jiji-hmal- . ' I -- .,., r j lo'. m m tri-hav- e 1 Mip-isMip- pi, Farm For I ! ! Stl. j &eUt dele-KHli- - - d ..r...i foliage-patterne- d Rowland, Kentucky. 94-o- well-bre- d - WELL HQBXaJTG Semi-Annu- wit7.vSv',tIrPr;J;,l Mon-ticell- o, i profess-Moreove- r, cash: j j court-hous- e Paid For Hides ELK mi Fnr. , i.-.- U J.nn-dra- m C0.S, Stanford, tlower-bcentc- d MYEHS HOUSE, n I't-pin- girl-brid- e ; Lan-cast- er to-da- y Sample Room Parlors. eo-dal- y Dud-der- ar Wolf-Cos- by gold-brow- n Dud-derar- is ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. .V Insurance Company, l, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN ...l..i. orr,t .!. JraHMfies- ftat, 'r- - S i. ."ZZ-- j . O.ite. -- t. :MtiC-- . 14JJ.U.4 ..Wfc.. .iA,,-- ;. vW, .. ,Vw-- -- .. fii J f. A J1HI Ill tnt'A ti &imv!tff Siitt9iHiXIlHtiiNNMBN ii . ninii rMlnjrinBimi)Pffiifajiyf.l iwayiwwyrwwiiwffcMrwMwMnywtniPYii ,i 1nlll pwi r- QflBlp' '" - " ' 1llwrl1ffrl"T"1'"M,Trf"fcH"'w'"'-- S jsg&mm&&&82& & Semi-Week- ly Interior Journl AT published Every Tuesday and Friday -- fVJ -- Lincoln Stock Farm, - NABOTH Standard Rule 6 10016 Denmm-- k Ckirff. I he I'remlum SailOlp Stallion, LORD CLIFTON, (Shown last seavon 8 times as a look 7 prciiiiiiuii niul certificate 1 Pmii. YKAB.IN ADVANCE Vhen not 10 paid McKINNF.Y, KENTUCKY. THEY BREED ON $2.60 will be charged."W Our Fine Premium Staltinti, BELMONT CHIEF 8688. Stable Registered as Rob Sired by the great Belmont 6, sire of Nutwood a 18)4, Fred Arthur a 144, Wedgewood a 19 and 36 in a 30 lit and sire of 35 daughters the dams of 31 in a 30 list. RANDALL, Will male the season of 1691 At our in London, Llerv First dam Bettie Kinkcad by Contractor 1084 sire of Dr West a i7Jf . Contractor was sired by Randall i a beautiful bay, 16 hands high and Ajar, lull brother to Orange Girl a 30, by llambic-tcnia- n Con tractor's dam Lady Godbey by 10 foaled in ibSj. Hamblettnian brother to Hit tst dam Zelka by Hiawatha, he by Imp. Al Green's Sentinel. Ajax158, full in a list. Volunsired 7 30 bion; ad dam by Mambrino Mesenger 3d dam br teer and '"W BnJ 9 I'1 3 ",l a 5ii W Im"1 a ,6V Dowmng's MesctiRer. 4th dam by Young's JeffSecond dam Josic, record t soVf. hj Night Hawk erson, pjrvr; sth dam by Hunt's Commodore. Second dHtn full sister to D. Monroe a aS., 514. sire of KcdCros 2 a6Vf, Minnie Warren 3 37 He was sired by Messenger Chief, Jr., by MesMonroe 835, sire of Lady Monroe a 164, Kitty and the dams ol Kd Annan a i6( Sentry a 35, senger Chief, sire of Maud Messenger J 16',; tst Hates a 19, Monroe Chief a i8Vj and 14 in a 30 llt Tecumsch 3 38 Ac. dam Jennie HI mo a 30; ad dam by Majibrino Messenger: 3d dam by Aluinbrino Chief; 4th dam by Jim Monroe by Alexander s Abdallah 15 Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, sireof Lady Imp. Napoleon. M 3 30 and Gen Knot, sire of Lady Maud a iSJj, Messenger Chief was sired by Abilallah Pilot, tst ioi and Third dam by Duvall's Mambrino, son of Whip. Calmors a stallion. 17 in a 30 list. Mamdam by Mambrino Messenger, ad dam by Private Maud Messenger a i6'4, brino Chief, Ac He sired BELMONT CHI KF Is a rich bay in color, was foaled in 1S85; lie standi full 16 hands h'fh and AbelaaiV Marvel aa8. Manning a 33',, Robert He has is strictly a fine horse, smooth turned of extra muscular development, showing great power. II., record 1 35. trial a 31 tj, and other fat ones. A tidal Abdallah Pilot was sired bv Alexander's an excellent set of legs, flat, clean and hard in finish; the individual merit ol this stallion in form, finHe ish and action is fully up to and in keeping vwth his high breeding. His oldest cots are coming I ah; tst dam by ltlandina by Mambrino Chief. owned by E. W. Cribbs, pccalui, and also show great natural speed He had a sired Plckard a iR'4, Ked Jim and others. We assume no Mich., that went trials better than a 30 last ) ear I will pay $300 to the breeder of the first 330 Colts ill st md lor the season responsibility for accidents, hut all care will be performer ol his get since lie has been owned by me taken to avoid them. BELMONT CHIEF will make the season of 1891 at my place near McKinney at V. H. JACKSON i3 London, Ky. il-- in At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Sired by WaMnghim J166 (sire of Latitude, record a 19U.) dam Tinsel by Messcrger Dtiroc 106 son of a ao the dam of Hambletonian land slreot N.rlaine, vearlmg 3 31'j), ad dam Hess, sister to THEY BREED OX. James Howell, r. by Hambletonian 10, sire of by Harrv Clay Dexter a 17X 3d dam Jessie 3 11K, Bodiiie 45, sire of the dans of M Julien 1 H)'4 and 11 mote that have produced 3 30 trotters; also sire ol the dam of lileilioncet, sire of 50 Link Trial a 31V. in t1.ea.30 list; 4th dam ny i.iucriy.son 01 i.ance by American Kchpse Waltincham ai6o sireof Naboth, Is one ot the yonngest sons of George Wilkes vq, record who sired Harry Willc.s 13s, Guy Wilkes a 15, Standard Rule 6. 3 in aim j ninrrsin .Mike iviikcs a 15, vv iko a lohst, also 41 producing sons and 19 producing by Sultan 1513. Record a 34. Sired daughttrs Sire of Stamboul a 11, Ittily a 19'i, Alc.ner a ao' Naboth is a bay hurte, 16 hands high, Nole Sweetheart a 3iv anu a in 3,30 nl and granutire foaled June 8, 1888 His pedigree ii'iitaius (he lilno.l of Hambletonian, George vv likes, .M.mlri-n- r of 8 in a 30 lit. Dunton by George Wilkes 519. Chief, Pilot, Jr and Harrv (lay. First record a 3a, sire Harry Wilkes 3 134, Guy Wilkes it This handsome young sta lion will bo permitted to serve a few mate and m '', r ' At $10 to Iiisurw a ...iving'Colt. .1 SUMAC. in, Napoleon d tm wus.iriitbv S111111 Deiimirk Chiefs Denmark he b I Soil lard's limn ark, Im ! nin.rk, he l Gaines ,V Crom hi II the r horsK Denmark, he bv Inip lltilie'otd III. dam was uy On line, 3d "am hv Retl Lion first dam by Sentinel, l daw hy Alevandrr's Abdallah, 3d dam by Red las et Messenger Chief 1 dun by by AlHl.ill.1ti Pilot Messen- uei, ad dam by M.imln o Clu.!, 3.1 dam ! Imp. Ho is n bay, 15 bin s hluh j years old ind is tvpual saddlrr t - V lluittiiooti ( hief. No, in'io. by Messenger t hief Hot. hisn Chiefs Will make the sesum ol iS.ji at my place J frnm Stanfoid oil the Danville pike, In . At $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, Money due when the mare is imrtcd with urtired In another horse Lord Cllflon is a beautiful red ertel, with a go d mane mid tail, 15'$ hands, fouled in isM and Is.i peife. t saditle hotsv 'I hme whn waul Hi breed tit a fi il saddle arc rnrdially invltid In luk at my horse and see him move He was kited hy 5,c ,n,i Jrvvel. he by Cunnil'j-hsm- 's lent I, (in by rd I Washington Denmark. His nrst dam haniuc b a son oftiill's Vermont, al dam bv )M Monte, tlmioHglibiMl lien etatnml volt till siiison is lu'd. Mates gmril at teisonaMe rates, but net re- PHtlbW loraiudelils slniuld any oiiHr. A I ACNKV, btanfoni stat-lion 11 it Icr by en ad ldy I will ' $20 to Iusure a Living Colt By bv-li- BROWN JIM. t hands high Sired by Voltaire 65 first dam by et union Chul a is.-- ad dam bv Mambrino iliorlstct. id dam Lady Nanhope, grandam of Rosa Wllkts Record a 31 1 Itfackburn, PRINCE, Hobble's Prime, the sire iNistind at s'tii.i place in) tine mule Jack .'it lltignoli and Joe JR. ' Mares parted with lorf'its I h I. I) GAk.NKK. 13 t rah Orshard, Ky. At Eight Do.lurs to Insure. ERRICSSON, JR, See nd soiiitn to Maud S . S50 to Insure or S30 tho Season, with Return Privilege. Mares kept on good grass at $j per month; ownirs' risk KING BOY. King Boy is a dark bay, 4 ""s old. t6 hands high and is an elegant combined horse. lie was sired by Mortons horse, he by Dr Herr's Mambrino King, dam by Steamboat owned by Chedwell.of Virginia. The dam was raised by Stephen Sarrpon, first clam by Frank Wolford; ad dam by original Jim Hell; 3d dam by original Denmark, who rau 16 consecutive miles in a race at New Orleans; 4th lambySir Ebottjsth dam by Gray Laele;6th dam by Huiaara. Will make ine season 01 iboi ai my larm, mc old Wm. Ball place, 5 miles from Stanford, J. P. CROW, Proprietor. Belleview Stock Farm, Season of 1891. Record a BELXiEVIEW WILKES 13994. . A, in a Race ) audSimmonsa 38 By Hambletonian 10 italre a aotf (by I alitor 300: dam Young Portia v Mambniiu Chief 11; itl dam by KotlHick, ire of Brow Jim, is also the sire 01 olney br g dam Nellie by Aldrn Go dtmith, who made a Tattler, Voltaire's sire, by in tSn of a J9W Three-- ) eir-ol- 'l Itrntrd 36. Pilot, Jr , dam 'telltale by lelamon, son ol Medoc, STAND II D. sired Indianapolis a ai, lttiinor 3 ao blander Brow horse. 16 hands foaled May, iMj. 38', and Voli.ure a v and 111. sons Abbott, In dianapolis, Knmor, attler Jr and soluireare SIHLD BV HIKM!. all sues of performer 111330 Pilot Jr 11, sire I'mII brother to Kl Kfiif 1 jhI. of Littler is well known as lioingoneof ihegrand First dam of Petwe est bnol mure sires of the age. Ins daughters provS, bs-- Almmt ' , ducing Maud S aoS4, Jayhjcher 10 ami a Forti'st 3 mKi sou "f A mHt a ,9V, . Second dam by Garrard Chict, site ol IU1.1l hml t others of note Lcxingtyi thief 56, wre n J m'silain, is by Kentucky Clay 144, Duke 3 J"., of 111 l W arfield by Mambrino Chief 11 third dam by l.tey Kagln (Boner's, mio of id dam Mam hrino t honster (sire of dam of Proteine a 18, etc) dam ol Lidy Fourth dam b Co.tlmi.m f dam of sirii by M iniSriuo Chief, iUm ly C luirister lli-i- l Duke l. Colt. $15 to a Kikmi wj kin-i- l by lleliiiuiii, dam INaHdlna (dam nf igcri with 37 in t ji ir seitcr, Atxtui lan runt, 3 heller than r iaiKl King Kene wi h ij 111 a ju tit bv .Nlambriio Chief; sl 4am llurch marc (damof HouIih4 1 ill, and Donald a; Rienn Is lull brother et Saddle Stallion, bay, n hands high, three white King by lln.wn Pilot. "f R it i 10',, sire j tqt t 10 , fret, heavy manu and tail, tine stslc and action s iSl-v I lec-ord PENCE! Jay I'.yv Seoand Nut-woi- Se and Nniwmd. KrricsHio, , By Krric.snn it.. 6 in 3 jolutj tst dam by c (win . nidPllft sireol Pilot, Jr , (u in 1 10 lsl and th site ef the dams of Maud S ,Jav live 11 1 im Jr Is a solid bUck, if. hand, high and every lut h a horse His rolls io ol gixhl Mir, tvl and color. ste suitable lor Mic fti in. track an lttitern market, and helnir of onu.uailv gooil for Umlly hore li(. Mltions. cu not Give him atrial and be csHivlmed He vian.lv fw beeteld . 1 1.11 The .Small Sum of $12.50, HtisiimsiiH oi, i t.r rlUiu.'. U ill .l.u l'ne.,,.,1. J . I, ,, Insure Living r, ) . m-. , mville my ,, siMf A jV m,e, ftom Liberty turn Star Denmark, J K Young: Jaok A I $15 to Insuro a Living Colt. 1 he atioveslallmns will make al my staMe near Hustonvllle i the season of BAUGHMAN 1S91 At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. Jack, At the smae place I will stand my rinc young SAM. a fine Sired by the Great Red Wilkes 1749, lire of 7 iu the a 30 Iit. 36 in a 30 list and grandsire of 7 in the a 30 list, a showing never before equaled by any other horse, living or dead, at same age. First dam Lady Cassell (dam ot Belleview Wilkes (3' 3 and two others that, barring accident, will erter the 2 30 list this season by Shelby Chief 93 sire 01 Kauo 334, v.ascariua 2 35'-,- , .'.C, anu the dams of Delineator a iS and )i DORSEY GOLDDUST, Standard No, This He is by an imported SpanNh jack and has bedy and large bones. He will stand others iij. st At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. A lien will be retained on colts till season money Is paid, but if mare is parted with season money becomes due. I. S. PHILLIPS, sun,oru Kv- 6 jra HHTCOIiD. BY METROPOLITAN 1373, Son of Kysdtk's Hambletonian. Dam.JOETTE, by Blood Chief, 79a Sire i VV ill H nie Robinson, a ao. Metropolitan, by Rysdvk's Hambletonian, dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, grandam Clara, dam of Dexter and Dictator, by Seely's American Star. a At $15 to Colt. Metropolitan is acknow ledged to be one of the best and by many the very best bred stallion ever toal-tMnareikept on reasonable terms Personal at His full sister Relna Victoria, sold at thc.Mc-Ferra- n tcntion given but notiesponvible for accidents sale for $7,035 highest price ever paid for sale Two fillies by MetroLimited to 30 approved nares. Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible lor accidents a brood mare at public At same lim and place, will make tho season politan, neither of which were ever hooked single, should any occur. with one of Levi Hobble's best bred voung jacks, D M A-- A S. BOWMAN. Burgin. Kv sold at public sale for $1,335. averaging $663 50. lllack Hawk dam .Miss N. R. We will give to the first of his produce securing a record of 2 30 or better and $500 to the lllood Chief, by Blood's Duncan by Scott's Highlander, grar.dam by Ara- - first obtaining a record ot 2 30 or better 7 DM A A. S. BOWMAN. oo. tus,3d dam tiv iimoieon jnouu cnici urcu He i black with white points, nearly 15 hands lev lima 30 Fannie Roolnoti 1 -- M nud Chief high, filielength, Nine and body, 3 years old. 3 nW lllood s Black Hawk sired the dams of Von sired by Joe Blackburn. First dam Doll WilArnim 3 I9J4 and Almcnt, Jr , 3 ro ami gran lam of liam by Royal Mammoth; ad dam Rose Kinbry 3 30 and Protiene 3 18. Belle Brasfie hy btoncwall Jackson, he by John llaiighman s Rlncold is V, hands high and extremely fine jack, his dam by Jim Poller; id dam Kllen Illy I he andstvlUh. will make the season of 91 at my by lllythe's Hanlbal, he hy Compromise; 4th dam stable at Morelaud, 3 miles North of Hustonvllle, a tine black jennet sold by Dr. Bcuiicl, of Mad-so- n Danville, Boyle County, Ky. E. P on the Hustonvllle and Danville pike, at $10 to county, to Levi Hubble, InBUre a Living Colt. Lien retained on all colts. If mare Is retired 10 another horso or traded Colt. for money will be due. Grass furnished at $2 jo per montn Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes A lien will be retained on colts for season but no responslblllt vshouid any ocur. V RKID, Stanford 8 I have employed O A. Hoover of Kingsvllle.Pa. to drive for me this season lie has put o horses in the 3 30 list. I have a splendid track ami will handle a lew horsesbesides my own at reasonable prices, For particulars address, m W. S. WIG1IA.M, Morelaud, Ky. .Standard Rule 6 ) Sired by Dictator 113 (sire ol JayKye Ses 1 10, Phallas 1 13)4, Director i 17 and ao oihcra in the list. 3 Wallace Denmark, Lcxcll, Tom ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 3715 sire of Geneva S. a lotf. Bettie Jones 2 lotf. Mattie H. 30 dam Alice, by Almont 33. Vint to 34V1,. Bettie Mc.a 3q. Quinine S. a ao'j. Keller V. Colt. At our stables a miles west of Stanford on the 30K. Soto 2t'A. Eflie Thornion .olaCharleston a 37, Lady Gav 2 21V,. Wifkiemont a aS. 3Wawoua 2 32iV,, Telephone 3 2Sx-- 2 33 and Second dam Norma, by Alesander's Norman 3$. At Kobinson. Mgma Shelby City pike, this fine voung saddle stallion ams of Third dim Young 'lwyman mare, by Cueur de vi ill be permitted to serve 30 mares .Nu 3 35 and others with rect rds lower than 330 Hy ALMOM 33. Leon lievls ) The Fancy Saddle Stallion, Sunol 3 a Fourth dam Old Twyman mare untraced LECTURER 10582, broth-- r Colt. 3 oi, Palo Alto a I2i, Manzanita 4Ito Armoor 34V aired by ELECTIONEER. Sireo!Boy 3 19, Almont 33 (sire of Fanny Withcripoon a i6'j a $15 to 3 16, Atiteeo 2 Norval 2 I7', Adair 3 174. Bell Will stand at same place Antevolo 3 19) and 53 mote 2 30 performers. Bay horse, 16 hands high, foaled 1806. 1st dam Mamie Piedmont 1 I7i and 35 others in 330, alto sire of the dams c Alabaster, 4 years 3 15, J B is a beautiful C , the dam of Azmoor 3 3434 Description and Pedigrec:-- He to a Colt. Is a Richardvon a 17)4, Catchlly 3 18!,', Hinder At SILVER CHIMES 6818, brother to Silverone 3 K1.,. Sired by ALCVONK 732, record a 27. dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane rich Mahogany bay, hands huh, heavy Wilkes 2 ioi, Acol) te 3 31 and 31 in the and tail, 3 years old and is lull 15K hands high, Sire of Alcrvon a isjf, Iona 3 17, Golden Rod 3 igif, Silverone a iy'i Quartermaster a 31K Erene He is a bright hay wi'hout ary while, is 15VC mane and tail, It strictly tine and laucv, Is both a 1st dam Sally Anderby Abdallah is; commanding in appearance and symmetrical In a 34 i. etc., etc. Bay horse, 16 hinds high, foaled 1383. 1st dam SJlverlock (dam of Silverone a high, fine mane and tail, of fine action and nat tral and pixavant saddler, breeds fancy and son by Mambrino Chief 11; 3d dam Kate by hands form. Sired by King Kagle (the Atkins hone ) 11 a natural saddle horse, hy Silver King, the when iiuieily driven in harness goes like a Irotier HAVELOK513 by PRINCEPS st,sireot 24111 ajo list. By Woodford Mambrino a 31. Bay Pilot Jr 11 First dam by Star Eagle; ad dam by Hamlet horse, i5'2 hands high, foaled 1883 Dam Lottie, record a a3 lull sister to KITie Deans a 35HI by k great hone Fust dam by Norman 25 (sire ol Lula a 14)4. My Queen 3 ao.of ilen, apremium by Denny's Drennon; Imp II tic by He ishigh tail itvle on both sides to the third genI dam Denmark, (Dolans", 3d dam by Harris' Denmark. id Haabletonian to sire ol Dexter a 17!, Nettie 2 18. Sireof 41 330 trotters and the dams of 73 the dams of Norval 317V, Normon Medium I'llmore Filmore was a great show horsedam his eration, it backed by thormighbrtiUon both sides. King Eagle was got by Black Eagle. Star Kagle Grandsire of Maua S. soS'j, Jay Eye See 3 10, St.Julicn 3 njf , Maxey Cobb 31354, Harry Wilkes in "im very active anu sprigntly in gait; in by Morc Horse 6, 1st dam alocum day. He 3 ao, etc was got by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Garrard 3 131 Goldsmith Maid 3 14, Clingstone 3 14 aud about 900 others in 2 30 list. wis by Moutgnmr)'a Whip and out d form and ninth 1 iicrlett mod le was tired bv-nare, s t. b. by Maznum Boniim, Chief. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington Miinpter Dennuik, he by t Idard . DioifiurV Iim Dictator, the sire of George Dictator, for many a mare bv Frank, thoroughbred. record a 39)4 and sister to Geneva S 3 iM and Mattie II. 3 year-ol. : . QUININE S. 11048, Har-i- u' i...Denmark, dam by Bishop's Hambletonian. Mares kept at reasonable rates hut not responsin y .s iruniweii s lie by the race years languished ill obscurity and really nev ble fur escapes or accidents 3 34'i, 3 in 3 30, putting his dam in the great brood mare list By ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 371$ Denmark va by Miller's Denmark. horse Denmark, be by Imp lledgeford. Ilia first until he came to 3 34)4 and Quinine a. tr had a chance at the stud and having Considering bis fine sue, eclor, style and action, 1st dam Ella Hopkins, dam of 3 in 3 30 list, Geneva S. 319(4, Mattie II. 3 year-ol- d A M PENCE, Stantord, Kr dam was sired by Sir Wallace, he by Iodhtinler s up to Kentucky, then 13 sears old together with his most excellent breeding, we 3 agjj, by Octoroon, sire ol dam of Wm. Singerly a 16' and Sir Knight 3 ai'4 Sir Wallaie.be bv Sir Allien. ihr,ru,.hl.,..,l that time but 39 foals and at ao hid less than 300 think we have plared his services low. dam by Virgimov Ism of Virginia by Iranbv, foals, and only a few of them were out cf well accident, but no responCare taken to prevent riorougni.rc l rir t.y Ihe relegate Masons bred mares Few stalliuns impart more speed to sibility should any occur. " hipp, jd ilaui a W lupp uu.re. e his descendants, and besides they have c combined with level heads He is Also at the same time and plae we will stand sire of a3 ill the a 1 or better list, 34 trotters and ' Standard Rule 6, the fine imported jack, pacers. The trotters are headed byJ.iyE)e 4 Black stallion, 16V hands high, foaled In 188), See 2 iu, Phallas 3 13!, Director 317. We do N.u nl Wallace Denmark above, 11 beautiful bred by A Goldsmith, Orange county New ork. itotknou another stallion that has thrcsuch black 11 hands ,', ii.ci.ei high, heavy mane and This young sta'hon will be permitted to serve a Sired by Castelar 1063 sons ith the same speed and number ol heats tail, of g..l weight and fine Mylr. 3 years okl nest few First dim Woburn Maid, by Woburn 393, (the ford good mares at onr stablesatone mile from Stantrotted Jay Kveivee has 58 heats better llun .May anil ver pr'.inis'ng saddle coll on the Hustonvllle pike, He is a bhek, nearly ij hands high, of fine bono dam of Carver 3'37't) 3d dam by a Mambrino 330, Director 57 and Phallas 48, a total of 16J Hy Longfellow, dam Slipper by SirPedigree Hnt dam by Vidette, ad dam by and action, and will serve mares : id dam by vv alia. heats in 3 30 or better e..is given above, Idelte by Vindex, by Castelar St Julien Living Colt. Planet, he bv BI.mnPs III,, k Hawk lie ) old lllick Hawk to The returns of this year's trotting will show a Living- - Colt. 3 ujf, etc; loSa,dam Volunteers, sire ofHammond, $10 Miss Nodino by 1st only breeds on through his sons nnle' ivtiUin hv .Mainb.11110 thief. d ilam '17 that DicUtor not sonot Potter's Clay; ?d dam Wells' Star, dam of A hen will be retained on colts for season lla Mestengtr, j dam I Cauiimis Wlupp and daughteVs, but also his grandsons are putting R B. & E. P. WOODS Artillery a aij and Modesty a 16 by American $20 to 6 a uumberof horses in the 3 30 list His sou, Col. Description and Pedigree: Silver Tipii a niee Mar 14; 3d dam by Bertrand. Dick l.oomer Ilambrick. Woburn 343, dy Hambletonian 10; 1st dam Miss bay with fine mane and tail, hind ankles white and Director 6, has 1. Commatidtr 2, Pretender 3, Re-l, TOM Junius 1, Phallas Combined Stallion. STYLE. Cooley, by Telegraph 301; 3d dam the dam ol Geo. we think will make a great show horse. SPEED I eu sons portiri. Delineator and Endy mion Son of Wallace Denmark uluve; isldini bv MiSilHe was sired by the premium saddle horse. Cooley, by Friday. sired 10 trotters. ller's Denmark, hit dam Hunzt-,- ' 3d ilam hv'Mont-gomery- 's miles ver King, ho by On Time, he by Stonewall JackEd Harlow will stand at my stable 3 His daughters promise to make great brood Oliver; 3d dam bv-- Old Dienii 'lorn Irom Stanford on the new White Oak and Dix son mares 'lhey have produced Brown, Elbert, Gonis a fine shaped hr rse, black with heavy inane aud Silver King's dam Mollle Mounce was sired by River turnpike, near Dudderar's Mill, tail, 151 , hands high, is a natural tadd cr and has by Voung America, dola, Keller Thomas, Evening Star. Garnet, Last Cabbell's Lexington; id dam Monarchist, Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest, Victoria V ilkes, proven hitnvtlt a lancy breeder Will make the season of 1801 at "Travelers' Rest At liyTajler's Mctstnger. to Colt hehilver Tip's tlrst dam was bv Skeedaddle,Mor-ris'- s Mattie Solomon and Williams. Marget S by Direc The above itock will make the season of l8gi at Farm' near Shelby City, Ky , tor has a record of a u'i aud Nancy Hanks has Dam Imp. lion lion, by Macaroni, my farm 34 miles from Hustonvllle, near Carpenfamous saddle horse, he by Olivir, he by a record ofa M1, u third heat made inarace, and Ed. Barlow's colts come this spring ter's station, and will be permitted to serve mares Colt. are good ones and bid that havemake valuable ani- Wagoner $15 to she a never been beaten. His graudson, by the Insurance, fair to Skeedaddle's 1st dam Medoc, 3d dam Trumpetby Phallas. has put 3 in the list. Phalli-mon- t $15 to mals. er; 3d dam Aratus He is a blood bay, 15 i hands high, left hind Girl 337',, Phallene 230 and VIrginius Silver Tip's ad dam was by Red Lion. and I will also stand at the same time and place $15, foot w hite, heavs mane and tail. 3384'. Livestock Record. Mares kept at reasonable rates but no responsimy young jack, George Dictator is a black stallion, 15 hands 3 Sired by Saddle ood. And Tom at$0. bility lor accidents or escapes. Katie Howhandsome fellow and will high, foaled iS84, is First dam by Smith's Almont, sireof Stock committed to my care and breeding will Marrs parted with forfeits insurance. Lien re- certainty sireInextreme a Wellington. ad daiu by speed. He wasbred fora ard 2 receive my personal attention tained on colls for season. Grasi furnished at Saddlewcmd, a grand saddle horse, was by great stock horse. He will stand reasonable rates, to be paid lor belore removal ol At $S to red Wildwood; istdambyStar Denmark, the winner years old insure a living colt. Joe is ahigh, jack, 3 UEAZLEY BROS., stock. No responsibility for accidents or excapea last October, full 15 hands of fine Colt. $20 jd dam by an imported saddle By Imp. Glcnclg, of 100 premiums, Stanford, Ky. Parting with Hock or removal from neighborhood stvleand action; bred by the late Peyton Emnree, o stallion ; 3d dam by Veech's Hambletonian. lorfeits Insurance and makes season due. a 31 of Lincoln count, and has a double cross of Jim Wildwood was by Blackwood 74 Porter. For Information as to his breeding, call Dam Florence I, by Imp. Austra9 J. STEELE CARPENTER. sireof Blackwood, Jr., 3jr4; 1st dam Kate by Messenger. Jr; 3d dam byDavy Crock- on Wm. Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. P. Embree, of Madison. lian, Bay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1885. ett, Jr.; jd dam by Brunswick, sou of Sumpter; Money clue on all seasons when the colt comes AlSired by KING CESAR. 4th dam by Davis' iiamuictonian. amitn-or mare traded olT STANDARD. by Almont 33, sire ot Weitmont a mont $15 to 8 (By Ilogan's Administrator.) C. M. SPOONAMORE. Fanny Withcrspoon 2 16, Ac. Blackwood 74 by By Petoskey sire of King Toskey, record 2 15, First dam Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. Norman 33, sireof Lula a 14'.,, May Queen a 30, dam of Maud Mes Mary Lou 2 i9,dam Eliza lane Second dam by Sir Robin. I This trotting and combined stallion will make SEAnON AT Ac. Dam by Mambrino Chief. 1P91. I 1891. senger 3 i6H. Hreeie Wilkes will make the sea-iThird dam by Gilmer Brown's Highlander. Lexington Deumark is claimed to be one of the the season ol 1B91 at my stablu at Milletlgevilln of 1591 at my place 3 miles from Stanford on King C.csar.by Ilogan's Administrator (sireof handsomest and most beautiful horsei in KenDescription and Pedigree' Waterloo is a black, the Rush Branch pike, Major Landers 1 3 7 Hi son of Administrator 357 tucky. He is fashionably bred in saddle and trot-tin- g 17 hands high, weighi i.aoo pounds, magnificent fines, is a grand saddle horse, a finegaited sire of Catchlly a iSJf, McMahon 331 and 6 others style und action and is a mru progColt, in a 30); dam by American Clay 34 (sire of Gran- By Ten Urocele, dam by Planet, eny combininif ipeed and loal getter; his qualito trotter and goes the gaits naturally. He has Two miles from Lancaster on the Stanford pike s laddie ville a 30, Maggie Ilriggs 337. etc.) ad dam (dam shown a a 50 gait, both racking and trotting.with-ou- t ties. Ho has a record of a 33, He emanates from the highA of Wilcox a 16 and Bald Wilkes ajo) by Red any preparation Heisby Richelieu, he by Mambrino Chief; ha Money due as soon as the fact ii ascertained. Hawk; 3d dam by Mambrino Chief 11. by Mambrino Paymaster, he by Mambrino, he by to est class of saddle and piemiun horses in Kenhen on colt until money is paid. side aud his dam represents tucky on his sire's CHARLES DUNN, Stantord, Ky. 8 Imp. Messenger. ogiu will stand some of the best trotting families in the whole Iirtt dam Helm mare by Bay Messenger, he by Harpinus. he br Hambletonian. h bv Imn. Mm. country. Thiscomblnation produces the best comThellmported Voung Jack, Iiy General Knox, sire of 18 in the 330 list, 3 in senger; aililam Ked mm, ny Cannon Whip, he bi bined horses in the world and those which Stallion, The Saddle the best prices in all eastern markets. Any 3 30 list. First dam by Bourbon Chief, lire olsix Whip, hebv Imn. Whin, he bv SiP I also have one will have to see him to appreciate his great-nes- Irom 3 il,i to 3 35; ad data a thoroughbred. tram,dam by Herod; 3d dam a thoroughbred mars by Imp Diomede, Bay Messenger's dam was out of a full blooded Messenger mare and by Imp. Rockingham. Waterloo's dam by Helm's Yorkbest jennet jacks, noted Will mate the season of 1891 at my farm, the old Two ot which arejennets as the for a jack colt and I will also stand my splendid young jack, shire, he by Imp. Yorkshire, dam by Welliger'a and will serve at fas to Ilelshairar; ad dam by Kossuth; 3d dim the noted John Loyd Thurmon place, near $5 tor a jennet and will serve mares iiildle mare owned by Joe Helm and afterward Shelby City, Colt'. Waterloo will stand Vonr vears old, black with white points, sK hand Living Colt. The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will pedigrees and particulars, and a('jlm dandy," at $10 to insure a living By Metropo'itan. to hich Colt, First dam bv William Welch serve marcs olt due October 1st, 1893, or when mare is parted ureof Prince Imperial a address Jeremiah 2 11, &c Thli fine young jack is 15 hands high, li a black ad dam a thorough-bred- . with Or $11.50 till wcaulng time. i Denmark's tee will be due when colt andajackoffineityle. Ills head and ears are Lien retained on colt till weaning time. Care is foaled or mare Is parted Iwith. Mires kept at Ja S. H. or J. H. BAUGHMAN, These inia.als will stand at my tUllei on the perfect. He must be seen to be appreciated. taken to prevent accidents but no responsibility k. close $20 loliclt. per month owners' risk. pike a miles south of Stanlord. Somerset GEORGE K. ENGLF.MAN, should any occur. ,'bsh1efbT.C,'ty.Ky. Stanford, Ky. Shelby City, Ky. . M.S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford. M, T. RUSSELL, Milledfevllle, Ky. 13 9 T. A. ELKIN, Lancaster. 1 1 1 of Fan- ..by Thalloba (son ol Alesander's Abdallah and I'anny .l.ni nf U'.ln.uili). ilim a! Mimlin. no (Jilt j jo, vicktng a 19;, scotianu a3j'i( Wavelet 3 tM, Waterloo 2 37 ana sprite, aam 01 3 in the 3 30 list. J S othThird data by Clark Chief S9 (ire ot Crcxlie 3 10W ers and the dams of Phallas a 13),', Majolica 1 13, Wilson 3 i6(, Corallard a 19; and 17 others in a 30 or be ter. A stance at the above nediirree will readllv show that Belleview- - Wilkes is rich in the blood of speed producing lines, being by the great Red Wilkes (who by the records is the best son of the mighty George Wilkes, sire of 71 performers in a 30 aud better) and that his blood breeds on is demonstrated by being the grandsire ol 7 in the 2 30 list at the age of 16. An analysis of Belleview's pedigree will show that it ranks among the bet, tracing as it decs to the mighty George Wilkes through his best son. Red Wilkes, twice to Alexander's Abdallah, one of the most nrepotcnt sons of Hambletonian 10 and three times to Mambrino ChisY. Belleview Wilkes is a horse of fine style, speedy conformation and a trotter of high order, having last hall atTerre Haute, Ind., trotted a half mile id i 13, finishing a close second to the winner in 735 being timed separately in 3 37. He has repeatedly gone quarters in 35 seconds, a 3 30 clip. Altera short season in the stud he will be sent to lower his present record and we confidently espect him to get a mark close to a ao before the season closes, lie is one of the only three son of Red Wilkes with records better than a 30 making the season in the State, and the Other two stand at S100 and 150 Belleview Wilkes will make the season of i3ji at llellcv lew Farm VJ miles east of Burgtn Second dam Sallie (trial to wagon 2 33 in '76.... ourg roadster stallion is an inbred Gold-dufoaled iu Apri , 1(7. is a bay, full is hand speedy aud unexcelled in style, action, tinith and disposition r nil brother to Kstel e, trial a aslj, Cor nne, 3 year-ol- d tri I 3 38 and Montrote, the speedy ai,d premium colt of S3 Sired by Zilcaadi Golddusi Golddtivt 150 by Vermont Morgan, t4o (by related in Maud S . ao8V4, and Johistuli. a cilf than anv other Million, the first 5 year old stallion to trot In public as fast as a 15, sire of Cigarette, dam of Rosalind Wilke .the ItMctl mare of the W Ikes family, record a 144 Whirlwind, a 34, Fannie Uolddutt, 3 3!'. Ksiclle 1 Dam Florence, dam of Ksteltc 3 3J ,, by Golden Mingo unlet, son 01 l. .in 1 comet .Morgan. Overjon of the s v performers have a strong infusion of Gotddust and Morgan I) ood Dorsey Golddusi will make the prcnt seaso at my place 34 mi es from Stanford ou the Hustonvllle pike. n', Insuro Living d. At $50 Cash, with the usual Return Privilege. $o HOSCOE. MAPLE SHADE BREEDING FARM. FAULCONER, ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 37x5, $100 Hie Season. At $10 a Living 13-j- EAGLE BIRD. Insuro IIAVEXOK 5131, $50 to Insure. QUININE S. 11048, $40 to Insure. TURNER, SHETLAND PONY, $10 to Insure. i, Geo. Dictator 3S62. i .ii ers 1 3 list i ai.,! ihen In ' brtvir.g it r nun tl'civln .. Aim. c I urte't n' sirnl ht AltrMsnt t in I. .s I'llW r f I sire o' ijwiih recurtu 01 1 111 ir Irtui aim witn HuvUinville, Ky ou'l.t-- l irnners with re. .t.1of terand hi. d n,Hhter lime to wnh rtioiUn if j ju or httier withlwol tlam by llil and tire of the dam- - of 11 Hi a 10 list in a 10 (atrard Chicl sired Mambrin Chlel: 1st dam Dolly Disic by Irani; ad dam by Annus; jd dam by Hambletonian; 4th dam bv DmhucI Garrard Lhn-- t sued llusil Duke 1 ail., Mamhrino Hippy a )!',, Red Crook Maggie Lee 1 3; and 3S Nobby, sireuf Nobby, Jr, t nil also sited Ihis thoroughbred will make ihe sei.m of the dam of Mistake a - and Don Puarro, J )car at mi farm on ihe Nanfunl and Millcdgevllle il,i pise old record a n)i, Ed Gambrel a a; b miles from Stanford and i). miles from Millcdgc-ville- . Belmont sired by Alesander's Abdillaha 42 ml dam Hcllidam of McCurdv's Hambletonun a s6l) by Mainliiino Chlrf; id dam Belle I oup by $10 to I tr mont is the a Living Colt, llellfounder sire of 35 in the 1 311 list, his il .uiKtUtrtluvr produced ji in 3 lil and Money due when the coll is foaled or mare parted 30 of bis mills has. sired ill with records of 3 o with Alien retained on all tolls until season or better Almont 3 394, sired by Alesander's Abdallah money is pud. Description Breechloader has, 34a, IM dim aallie A ndervm by Mambrino Chief; with btaik points, heav mine is a rich daikhands and tail, ij 3d dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. Almoin a vo'i sired 17 high, lilt colli are large, fine ar.d ol solid color bein-- r and hit daughters with record ol 1 to or at I have 38 in a 30 or better, 460I his sons have vurJ can br seen -- No S. levis." Pedlcree 4;, a v lit lit ill Kentucky Edwin Forrest sired by Voung 180 Iiy Inti Billet Breechloader, bay, foaled In 150. llav Hunter 1st dam by Waikln 1 Viley, Iirt dam Nellie dam grandam of llintll by Highlander lid ill Forrest is ihe sireof Billy Bob d Mary Churchill by Ales llovkins 3 6t and Champagne 330 and his Uiurthill, 3d dam by Imn Mirgrave, grindam of daughters have produced in a 30 list and hit sous have produced 5 with records of 330 or bet King Alfonso. 4th dam Mistletoe by Cherokee illark Med ter. Alesander's Abdallah a 4a sired by Kvidvk'v Jih dam 7th dam hy Susan by 'Iiger. fth dam by Albeit, Algcrinc. Iih dam by Grey Himblelonlan, dam Katie Darling Alriamln'i Allred. ythilam a mire purchased in Virginiaby Abdallah 2 4 Is the sire of 6 in the 330I111, his Capt Burbmlge furbrcctiltig but whose pnligree Is daughters have produced 37 with records ol 2 30 now lost, believed or bttter and hi. v.ns have sired 106 with rrrnrds by Imp Monkry to be by Ainericiis, 10th dam by nth dam by Imp Medley, litli of a 3or better MainbrinoChicf sired by Mam- dam by Imp Murk, iiih dam trap Keirniuclil brino Pa) master, itt dam Ihe dam of Goliaih 331 Imp. Billet, siteol above horn, and ilso Miss Mambrino Chief has Sin a to list and his datich ,..- vVfMMirnrtf. Ulftlit..a. llin I Inn... A.. J. trrs have at with records of a 30 or belter and his ly Ills get won Ian season Slo,0r and he itood sons have sired Ri in the J 30 time Pilot. Jr , by old Pilot, dam Nancy I'ape Pilot second tn the hit of winding sum. He was 14 records the sire Jr'ishis sons nl 9 ilh 18 with of 2 so ora belter yearJOold and his gel won from 1I87 10 IBM Jsoj.-ao- j and records ol jnaml haven ed I will alto stand at the same place my Anc juk belter and his daughtirs have produced 34 with records of a 30 or ittter anil two of his daughters produced Maud S.a 084 and Jay K)e See t 10 Rysdyk's Hambletonian sired bv Abdallah, is At $1000 Ui Insure a Living Colt. It dam Charles Kent mare bv Imp BcllfnuDdcr. ad It dam One h)c, by Biship's Hambletonian, 3d dam a brown jack with t it. xnt., q vrirs old In June and lull iV( hands high He wo.'sim! by Allen'. HamSilver Tail, by Imp Rsdyk's bletonian has sired 41 wnh rctordi of 3 30 or bet King William, he by King Phillip First dam a ttrand his daughters have produced 75 with rec- BUi k .satin jrnnrt , she was tired by King Phillip ords of a )cor better and 119 of his sons have sued ad dam bv Morccasllc. he bv Inn P..,i.r 11,,.' jack has proven himself a fine breeder A number jbi with records of a in or letter. PENCE is a horse ol great speed, 3 79 11 no 01 ins colli have sold for f too al weaning lima Money due when the coll Is foaled or mare part mark of his speed. Owing to an accident getting fastened in his stall whuh threw htm out ol ed with, lien retained till the money Ii paid P W, LOGAN, Owner. training-h- e 9 would now have a mark of a 20 or better Inarace at Nicholasville he trotted as good as 3 as. With the blood ol Hambletonian, Mambrino Chief, I'llot, Jr , and Ldwin lurrest and as great an individual as he is, Pence is hound to make great slock horsr He will make the season ol 1&91 at my stable l'., miles trom Stanford on the Hustonvllle pike. 111 1 11 Princ J(tj, sjimul a a' .ltd n sit eth- Hi. I i ii it liS Dill .!, tk eto,i 1 I II l Wt It ii t ll.lM , , Rs to int , re a mare in f 11 I B 'W-S- !t BREECHLOADER. w J- t, I At Insure Jot-ofm- , STEVE WALKER, er 11 Saddle Stallions. $30 Insure a Living At Living i6, KING HUCKDKN Insure Living $10 Wallace Denmark, it, charm-edcirc- Rys-dyk- 's d r- Ed Barlow 2375. SILVER TIP. Insure a ennp-rane1 Stallions for 1891. 1 LEXEL, 1 JOHXsT S. WEIXS. v MINSTREL, At Insure. vJ., 1 v ia At to Insure $12.50 1 E0BIN302T, 1 1 LEXINGTON DENMARK Insure a Living LITTLE RTTFFIN, ly At Insuro. 11 $10 Insure a Living At 1'h.il-lamo- Wallace Lexell at iq; Joe Embree, POWHATTAN III At Insure. At to Insure a Living Ales-seng- Breeze Wilkes. ' HOGA2T. s ij,, WATERLOO. first-clai- on "MAPLES," CONCREGAN, At $10 Insure. At $20 Insure a Living & Arthur Sims 3041, $20 to Insure. com-min- d At $10 to Insure. s. WYLEY. ' Five Splendid Jacks, Eagle Denmark, At $10 Insure. For Imported Hidalgo, 1 Wyandotte 5526, aJ, to Injure. At $10 to Insure a At $10 to Insure a Living At $10 to Insure. At $10 Insure a Living ': in.pei-clmjritoc- " , 'vU ?7 ry """ L i yi, A tjJ THE SHADOW It nek I OF Kefus-.- A ! FATE. t irhyJIlm Kiln "Dill I Cluing not drop iluwn on my kiietti IirojxTly, .Mish Blnek?" lit) nsk.il, with a wild, ycnrniiiK anxiety in hia voico. Th young woniiin took n laco luitxl kerchief from her iock('t with n graceful 8Witp of tho Imml, drew it in n correct geometrical curve ncrow her Hjh, nnd returned it to her j)ockot with tho Himiu careful nccurncy of curvilinear motion. " While not strictly correct from a Delwirte.-ioint of vlow, .Mr. Savage," nho re'ilkil, "and not wholly 'ilea-iinto nn eyu and intellect trained in what i known as tho jthilosojihy of expression, yet tho evident hincerity of your feelings wight lead mo to overlook thu crudity, if I may so exprew mynclf, of their manifestation." "And I may daro to hope?" "I liavo not said ho much n3 that, Mr. Savage, yet" ".Mi-niack Kttn hear me!" ho pleaded. "1 do not claim to bo potted in thin IX'lsartenn butrfncH. If I had practiced on a graceful urn Hop for a week I don't beliovo 1 could have got down on my kneen in any hotter rstylo than I did. 1 haven't had nny in&trttc-lioYon can't exject n green hand to JLko hold of a now wrinkle in science tho Nitne ivt a regular journeyman scientist. Is there anything in the text Ixxiks that telN how to do thin kind of thing?" "Thoro aro cortain clearly established principles, .Mr. Savage," wahl the young woman, "regarding tho outward oxpn-Moof the inner nature, mid tho careful lior-iIitlhI g Ilrr Niiiiii. out-wa- nl n. The hnvo n geography gnmo that I hnvo not met with elsewhere. They call it dimply la and it la played in tho following maimer: Each player has paper and jKjncil and all take seats in a row, or, better still, In a Tho head of tho lino then call out, say, "Countries Asia,'' and at onco writes "Asia" at the top of his (awr, the other players imitating his example. The player next to him must then, before ten is slowly counted, call out the name of another counfry wIiomj in'tial letter is the niiiiu as tho final letter of "Asia." Suppose he or she calls out "America." Very good, "America" is jotted down, and now the third player has to call out a country whose name iM'gins with "a." After noun: thinking "Africa" suggests itself. All right. Down goes "Africa." and still the deinnud is for n country beginning with "a." Hut tho fourth player introduced variety by calling out "Afghanistan," so that uuiuIkt live has to seek a country iH'ginning with "n." Happily "Norway" soon comex into tho mind, although it leaves an awkward nut for nuinlHT six to crack. Thus tho game proceeds, tho penalty of failure to t.tmiily tho name of n country or town Wing whatever may Im) agreed iion by tho party n for- feit, living sent down to tho foot, etc j Cities, rivers, mountains, etc., may boi treats! in the same way, or, if tho play- s ers find it too dilllcult to confine to ono geographical feature, tho whole Held of geography may bo thrown tlio only requirement lieing that each new uamo should Ix'giu with tho last letter of tho preceding ntie. New York Herald. Freiicli-Canadiaii- rirnrli (irocrilijr Gnuis. A A young FANATIC. --- geog-raphi- e, wmd w&ztz iv&m semi-circl- WImxw' CHATS ABOUT MEN. fifty-thre- August Helmont's grave is still watched at night. o Keely, tho motor man, ia yearH old. knight mmlc lils Imttl err "I'll Unlit the evil till I ille!" Ami forth lio rushed with heedless might To do Ills huttlo for tho rlht. Anil reck Irmly he laid about. And ruthlessly, nnd felt no doubt. Hut blindly struck whato'er ho saw That sietncd to him to hnvo a flaw. At length n doubt catno to hl mind; Ho paused, uud turned, and looked behind. Alnil too Into he understood How deftly mtncles 111 w Ith kikxI. With swimming eei, with reeling brain, lie saw tho good that ho had slain. to him now. And then ho tlioiik'bt uou his vow. L?7w L... . VOCV i 9ULLFA SVVN VI. IF.YOU ARE GOING 'I VV 3 NORTEC .. WEST, ..THE.. 3 L CREAM Roller Extract, i Louiavuit 4 Nashvillc n . R gto1 eF Is the line for you, as its Double Daily Trains Make clon;onncctions at them-Helve- ojH-n- , l lltiililliUt 'Arrlen. A Sinhalese ISnddhist, who recently left Ceylon on a pilgrimage to Huddling-yn- , has written to his .ooplo to Bay that the most sacred placo on earth to tho n "Certainly, certainly. .Miss Kttn," cor- utaiiv aveiiuu mo young man, "inn may ask if you hnvo any obj.rtion to mo personally, nsido from my mini! crudity?" A faint, decorous, Delsjirtean blush passed with a graceful, wavoliko motion across her face. "Why, .Mr. Savage," sho answered, high "possibly I might waivo nrtistic coniderations if if I could sllenco a voico that seems to riwj from tho depths of my inner eonscinusiits and bid mo Innvaroof taking any irrevocable step in this matter." "If It is anything about my bank account, .Miss l'tta, let mo assuro you" leg of you to Iwliovo ".Mr. Savage, that no sordid considerations influence mo in hesitating to consider tho flattering pro'Ksal you have made me. Do you not seem to hear a warning? Is there no impnlpablo shadow thatseoms tonso us? Oh, .Mr. Savago!" sho exclaimed, "do you not see It?" "See any impalpable shadow? Well, should rather say" "Oh, .Mr. Savage!" and tlio young woman shuddered in slow, geometrically correct shudder its tho full realization ofjthe awful truth wits borne in upon her mind "it is fate! It ia fate! Do you no; seo it?" "Seo what?" "Tlio utter impossibility of my ever becoming your wife!" "No! How? Why? .What do you 1 I 1 ftudent of Huddhists the spot under tho botreo where Gautama obtained Huddahood is in a state of dilapidation and ruin Hrahminical priet.s hold their ceremonies then, and have an annual festival, when millions of Hindoo pilgrims (lock to the place and add much to the devas tat ion of tho existing ruins of dagobas mid statues by daubing them with all sort of colors, ntiddhiht pilgrims also visit the place onco a year, and nothing has Wen done by either the Hindoos or the Huddhists to restore the ancient sacred spot. The Sinhalese pilgrim in question has conferred with several lending Hrahmin gentlemen with a view to taking early ste.9 to reMoro the ruin, nnd founding n Huddhist temple at tho Hodi .Mnluwa, and ho has written to High Priest and the editor of Tho (Ceylon) to send a batch of learned Huddhist priests to Huddhagya to found u Huddhist temple there nnd preach the doctrine of their great teacher to tho Brahmins. In this work a Japanese priest is iiImi taking an active jwirt. Colonies mid India. Kind. Perhaps the oldest chestnuts to bo found nnywheie in tho country are at J W. Recce's, at his homo near Holly Springs, in this count)'. In the fall of I MO II. C. Hughes, then living nenr where Holly Springs is now located, gathered n lot of chestnuts, ns ho was accustomed to do every year. Some of these he put in u small ouch or Kick and laid them nwny. When the war began he shouldered his musket and went to battle for his home and loved ones, but unfor- tunately never returned, having been mortally wounded on tho battlefield. His sister, Mrs. .1. W. Keoce, gathered his things up ami put them away, and among them was this little sack of chestnuts, which were shown Friday by Mr Reoco and J. S. Wood. Tho chestnuts nro us sound ns they ever were; there nre no worm holes in them, nnd thoy nro not slirivehsl up more than mi you may now buy that were gathered hist fall. Cherokee Advance, DM for tlio mean?" ".Mr. Savage," said tho young woman, j Georges Hugo, grandson of tho great Victor Hugo, has taken service in the French navy. Forget is thu name of one of tho best known businessmen in lower New York. IV is tho agent of tho French steamship lino. Sir Chnrlos Dilko is very fond of fencing, nud in ono of tho rooms of his Loudon houso ho has a choice collection of old swords and handsome rapiers. lay Gould gets his uamo from Chief .Justice Jay, of New York. Mr. Gould's father win a country magistrate, whoso admiration for tho chief justice was unbounded. One very rarely hears of Arabi Pasha, whoso rebellion led to tho Hritish occupation of Egypt about nino years ngo. IJo is still alive, a prisoner of England on tho island of Ceylon. Judgo E. R. Hoar, tho senator's brother, i9 tho lender of tho Boston bar. Ho is past seventy, but still carries himself with erectness, and his step is elastic. Ho is tho father of young Congressman Hoar, II. K. Thurber, the retired New York millionaire grocer, is a well proportional man. above medium height, modest, nnd does not resemble in appearance his brother, Francu H., who is now tho head of thu firm Ellis II. Roberts, editor, financier and assistant treasurer of tho United States, is a member of tho Alpha Delta Phi club, of New York city. Ilia hair is now quite white, though ho is by no means an old man. Mr. Cornelius Vnnderbilt usually takea 't morning udu with his boys, nil of whom are toad and fearless horsemen. Alfred, ten years of age, is tho crack whip of tho family, and rules nnd driven much nud well Isaac Pittman, tho f'lther of phonography, considering his eighty years of life, is indeed a unique man. In his habits ho is an ascetic, for neither wine, beer nor spirit, flesh, fish nor fowl passes his lips. M. M. Pomeroy, more familiarly known as "Hrick," is about sixty years old, bald, and wears a chin beard. Humorous writing docs not occupy his entire time, for he is engaged iu extensive mining operations near Denver. Congressman Camion has nover become reconciled to thu death of hia wife. Sho wns his adviser iu oliticnl ns well its iu business matters, and practically directed his campaigns. Since her death his ambition for political distinction seems to hnve passed nwny. Georgo W. Childs avows himself one of those who believe it a mistake to put off being generous until after one is dead. "In tho first place," ho says, "you lose tho pleitsure of witnessing tho good that you may do, and, again, no one can administer your gifts for you as well us you can ii it for yourself." WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. Hltnclf seemed ctil CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR, BUT EITHER LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI THROUGH TICKETS SOI I). HAGtJAGE For all points And, lot the wnrrlor lay at rrst, With his own dagger In his breaMl Henry Collins In I.lpplncott'. A Striking DrlmtMiitn. A few years ago Mrs. Cornwallis-We- st and Mrs. Langtry were tho rival professt UIIXM.I) THROUGH. GOLD MEDAL, IDOL-KIN- G For any information emuiire cf J A. CAR'KNThK,ARMll W. W. PENN, Trav. Pass sional beauties of London society. Mrs. Corn wnllis-Wewas an Irish woman, who-- o sparkling wit gavo her a strong MOON advantage over Mrs. Langtry. It was irresistible, and not tho swells alone, but IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR scientists, men of letters and theologians THE MONEY. were among her ardent admirers. At the last drawing room the prettiest debutante wits probably Miss Cornwallis-Wes- t, Her gown was of white satin, made in tho empire style. There were no flowers or feathers on it, tho only trimuiing on the skirt was two or three tlufiy frills. Tho short waisted bodice was ndonied by a sash of diaphanous white stuff. This severely simple gown was in striking contrast to tho other presentation gowns. They were nearly all decorated with spring flowers snowdrops, lilies of Colic, the valley, apple blossoms or white lilito Tfeer proline rccnlar, aataral or gripe or Interfere wltb and had fantastic bodices. Miss West dally litilnea. Aa a family nietllcloa, carried a pretty iosy of white flowers, they Mlioiild be In every uouiebold. the 1oom chains of which nearly touched SOLD lSVJatrWHElftE. tho hem of her skirt. All the new posies there were several were finished off with long loops and ends of ribbon nnd trails of ferns or blossoms. A few ladies had ioMes comiiosed of foliage. They were made of cnhidium leaves, aspara gus fern and sniilax. Montreal Star. or Twenty milc r SILVER Junction City, Ky. the shortest to r t A,' q;; ' (Dl touitvmt,lltwAtAiir - CHitACdTtrTgy- - TO Tutt's Pills ni crae-natio- CiraDA(GID9 r .And T poalnl-WJE)8- And Malaria, Dumb Chills, Fever and Ague, Wind Bilious Attacks. n. Pullman Vestibule.! IlufTet Steepen and Pullman UufTet Chair Cars on ail trains through to Chicago without change. Go via the Monon and get the llest for tho least money. For information address AS. IV. G. CRUSH, D. P. A.;' Louisville. IlARKKR.n t A m WHAT CURES COLDS OLD KY. ROUTE Newport News A Mhiippi Valley Co., "E D Solid Vestibuled Trains to Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, Card in Effect Jan. Corrected Tin EAST HOUND. Lve Stanford 4, 1891. Mm. Wlllard'n Statue. Tho projwsitioii to erect a statuo to Mrs. Emma Willard, who is accepted as the leading female educator, and whoso seminary in Troy was established in 1827, has caused a movement for a reunion of the graduates nud former pupils of this famous institution, which seems likely to result iu a permanent organization. Some of tho former pupils who are now grandmothers and even mothers, have given assurance of a de with the younger wosire to men who are active in the matter. .Mrs. Willard's school bears upon its ro.ter tho maiden names of Mrs. Cliauu-ce- y M. Depew, Mrs. Russell Sage, Mrs. Cyrus McCormick, of Chicago, Mrs. John S. T. Straniihan. of Brooklyn; Mrs. Hamilton Fish, Jr., the Duchess of Marlborough and scores of women now tho wives of prominent clergymen, physicians, merchants and lawyers. New York Telegram. great-grand SCROFULA BRONCHITIS EMULSION COUCHS Wasting DicQaces SCOTT'S CONSUMPTION All pointv East and Southeast. Only one night out Irom Lexington. Wonderful Flesh Producer. Jinny linvo pained ouo pound per day by its ubo. Scott's Emulsion is not n secret remedy. ing properties of tho Hypoplios-phite- a nnd puro Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tho potency of both being largely increased. It is used by Physicians nil over tho world. PALATABLE AS MILK. Sold by all Dniflijlsts. ICOTT &.DOWNE, Chemists. N.Y. It contains tho stimulat- " Winchester " K. U. Junction. " Mi. Sterling " Morehead Olive Hill " Ashland " Catlemburg ' Huntington.. WEST HOUND. Lve. Huntington .... " Catlettsburg..., " Ashland. ....... " Ohvo Hill " Mt. Sterling... . 1. " Lexington. Fast lastMaif Accom. Express. Daily Daily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. 11 50 n'n 3 11 am 11 50 n'n b 10 pin it 4 am 5 25 pm 6 J5 pm ia 45 pm 6 3spra 7 20 pm 1 pm pm 03 pm 30 pm 43 pm 07 2 43 pm 25 pm V 30 15 iii am 3 35 pm o 5 35 pm 5 50 pm 625pm Arr Lexington " Louisville Pu lt mcjimer... l I 9 '5 pm '4 50 pm j i 10 pm o 00 am 1 29 pm 6 25 am 1 40 pm 6 35 am 2 58 pm 8 47 am 4 32 pm 10 52 am 12 nm 11 25 am 45 pm' 12 40 pm 3 4S.am 6 25 am 8 10 am 12 15 n n 7 15 am l rising up, pale but strictly correct, and speaking in calm, inexorable accent that smote on his ears like hammer troki'H of destiny, "it is impossible! If I should marry you" nnd again a Delsartean shudder decorously ngitated her frnme "if I should mnrry you I would W "What? Don't keep mo in suspense, for heaven's sake! Yon would lo what?" "I would lw KtUi Hlack Savage!" It would never do. Tho young man saw it. Under cover of tho thick shadow that fato had thrown across tho pathway Tlir Culture of Flux. of these, two young wrsons Mr. Savage Jones S. Davis, of Ilolyoko, is a spe- hastily brushed tho dust oil his knees, cialistin flax, and ho urged upon n hand- picked up his hat, cane and gloves mid ful of men in tho lioarxl of trade rooms, miulo hia escape. Chicago Tribune. Wednesday afternoon, tho wisdom of introducing ilnx culture on the aban Wluil Vlstal doned farm lands ot western .nassncliu-setts- . Ho would have nn ncre in every town devoted this year to a experiment in the culture of the plant. Still further, he recommended that an association lo formed to try their hand nt manufacturing flax goods. Professor William R. Brooks, of tho ngriculturnl college, reported unsatisfactory tests iu flax growing at the Hatch experiment station, whcrcuou Alviu Harms, of Goshen, and C. H. Lyman, of Southampton, Raid tho plant had been successfully grown on tho hills. As came out at the Jenny That's ono of them thousand meeting tho fnriners will tako hold of it dollar dogs, I guess. Oh, Sophy! only when they see a ready market, and not think of tho chicking nnd the porterh- until then. Springfield (Mass.) II oilieouse- stenks bo's got insido him, to say st ead " nothing of tho chunks of cake! Scrib-ner'- s Ititllwiiy Srnrvh Light. Magazine. A search light for railway purposes wits tested recently by Mr. Wheeler, tho Mlflit lluvn Hern Worth It. Bookkeejwr Man out hero wants a eloctncinn of tho New Jersey Central job ns assistant, nnd we've ndvertised railroad. One Huntington light of 3,200 candle iower was mounted on the switch for ono. t signal bridgo twenty feot nbovo the Proprietor What's his nnmo? "Stephenson. How much Balury shall track. As a result the bricks could bo counted in n station building wo offer him?" "About sixty dollars n month, I sup- of a mile uway; when turned on tho pose. How does ho spell hia nnmo with track the ties could be counted to the same station. Colors were plainly disa V or a 'pUT tinguished nt n half mile distance. At a 'ph.' " "With "Better let him go. He'll wont a hun- 1,600 feet it would enable nn engineer to tell the position of switches. The redred." Chicago Tribuno. flector waa shaped like those of locomoA Itrother Skeleton. tive headlights, silver plated and highly "You haven't a skeleton in yonr closet, burnished. New York Journal, have you?" sho asked. "Oh, yes, indeed," he nnswered sadly; Did lie Get the Dinner? "hia name is Georgo, nnd ho went to the One day when a trump enme nlong to ball last night with my dresa suit on." Farmer Johnson's, down in tho Uoosier Clothier and Furnisher. state, tho fanner said ho would give him a big dinner if ho could throw him A lleaaonabla I'ropoilllon. (Johnson) over tho fence. The tramp Bragg (pompously) Sir, I um a Belt didn't even stop to spit on his hands, and made man! Flagg I dare Bay. Yon look like the Fanner Johuson now lies in tho honee with a broken leg and threo ribs sprung kind of a mau you'd bo apt to make. out of plumb. Detroit Free Press. Life. ! Mrs. Cleveland's noto paper is perfectly plain linen paper, with her initials "F. F. C." stamped iu blue, gold or silver Princess Marianne Bonaparte, who died at tho age of eighty on the same " waa the daughter of day its Signor Conchetti, tho sculptor. Perhaps the oldest maiden in tho country is Miss Permelio Wright, who recently turned her ono hundredth birthday at her home in Benton Harbor, Mich. Mra. Elijah Hhlford left ono child, n daughter, who has inherited her mother's gift of song nnd jiossessea a Bweet soprano voico that promises to bring famo to her some day. .Mrs. Edward Roby, of Chicago, was the founder of tho Ladies of the G. A. II., and has been its president for ten years, and is also regent of tho Daughters of the Revolution. Fraulein Cleinentino Heckenmnller, n 6ister of mercy, has received the Humane society's medal from tho emperor for saving a lady from drowning nt the risk of her own life in tho ornamental lake in the palace grounds at Wilhelmshoho. Tho most distinguished literary worn-n- n in Romo is tho Countess Lovatelli, who lives in a palace at St. Augelo. She is it handsome woman, tall, Blender, pale nud nlways richly dressed. Sho ia tho ouly woman member of the German Archiuological society. Mrs. William K. Vnnderbilt is nn earnest nud ardent student and collector of cernmics. Sho is also deeply versed in tho periods and comparative nrtistic values of furniture. In her home, whero ut ono period naught but dazzling splendor provailed, sho has instituted almost entire rcdecoration and refurnishing on a more wsthetic plan. "Plon-Plon,- i I ! who were riding horseback near Albany, Ga., the other day had an exciting experience. While riding along tho road leisurely tho horses stampeded in great fright, and they were quieted with difficulty. In searching for the causo of tho alarm the lady and her escort found on tho roadside a lingo eleven foot alligator, which was enjoying a nap oblivious to his surroundings. His discoverers obtained each a fence rail and vigorously belabored the 'gator, who finally woko iu a great rage and made for tho j'onng man, who incontinently fled. Tho young lady, however, bravely stood her ground nnd pounded the saurian over the head until ho succumbed. Columbus Enquirer-Sun. richtlng an Alligator. A young lady nud gentleman ent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office Is Opposite U.S. Patent Office, and wo can t crurc patent in less tlmo than those remote from Washington. Rend model, drawing or photo., with description. Wc advise, if patentable or not, free ot charge. Our fee not due till patent ia secured. A Pamphlet. "How to Obtain Patents," with names of actual clients In your State, county, or hnn, sent free. Address, Caveats, and mm Trade-Mark Limited Vestibuled Expres. runs daily and I as "'"1 estibuled lluffct Sleepers between Lou-Ji' Washington, New York and Point Comfort. This train is made part of the celebrated ii obtained, and all Pat- East of Huntington on the C. - O. Route. Fast Mail Tiains run daily except Sunday between Lexington and Huntington. Make direct connection at Huntington with C. .V O.; at Ash land wiih S. V. R ; at Winchester with K. C. R. K. notth and south bound, and at Lexington with I. & N , L. S. and C..N. O. .V T. P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, except Sunday. Connects nt Winchester to and rrom K. C points and at Lexingtor. with L. S. R. R. tor Louisville. For full information in regard to rates, routes. Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting lines F. F. V. rii! C.'A.SNOW&CO. Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D. C. C. L. BROWN, G. P. A., Lexington, Ky. ,,W;.BA.RNEV' W.S. HARRISON. O. M Lexington, Ky. T. P. A., Ashland, Ky . P. and G M , E. HUNTINGTON, ffi ii ifiW'''? i Kentucky Central R.R. "33LTJK ROUTE." Tho Shortest and Quickest Route from central Kentucky to all points North, Eaat, West and South-Wea- t. Past Line botweon Lexington and Cincinnati. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. 13, i8i. No. J. No. 4 No. 6 Ex. Sun, Daily. Ex. Sun. Lve Cincinnati . 8 io a m 8 00 p in 2 20 p m Lve Covington.,, 8 18 a m 8 08 p m 2 26 p m Lve ralmoutn..., a 18 a m 0 16 p in 3 5 p m Arr Paris u iS a m 10 23 p m 516pm Arr Lexington.- - a 10 p m II 00 p m 6 20 p ni 11 27 am Lve Paris m 5 37 6 5 JB Arr Winchester.. i to p m Arr Richmond,.., 1 35 p m Arr Lancaster.... 4 45 P m Arr Stanford SM PM ...j;;;;;. Lve Richmond ... 1 3$ P m ., Arr Llvington.,.. 3 03 P m Lve Middiesboro 7 5 P m . South-Uoun- Widows In India. Less than half a century ago women in India were burned alive on their husband's funeral pyles, and even now the lot of a Hindoo widow is a very hard one. A few years ago'u lady missionary at Benares took mo to see a high caste Brahmin widow, whose husband had died when she was eight years old, bo that sho had not even left her father's home, and yet she had to observe all tho rigid rules enforced by her people. She was nover to eat more than once a day, and that must bo bforo noon. On tho eleventh day after the new moon and tho eleventh day after tho full moon she had to fast entirely. Mrs. David Ker in Jenuess-Mille- r Magazine. She Smoked Cigars. I . I -- a wealthy resident of Euclid avenue, sued for divorce, and tho lawyers wrangled in court for two wholo days beforo tho fact was brought out that tho plaintiff bitted his claim to a divorco solely upon the fact that his wifo smoked cigars. Then tho judgo awakened from his doze and dismissed tho case with tho remark: "If smoking cigars were a valid cause for divorce no married man would bo safe. What would you have said if your wife had filed a suit for divorco yesterday nlleging that you were au habitual smoker? Go home and lock up your cigars." Chicago Mail. At Clevelnnd recently John B. Thomas, one-thir- d Much is written of the queen's habit of taking her bed with her wherever she goes, but it does not follow the royal lady carries a four poster when on all FIVE WAYS TO CURE A COLD. her excursions. It is only her mattresses she never leaves nt home. They nre Inhale ammonia or menthol. stuffed with the finest, softest wool, nnd Take four hours' active exercise in the as sensitive is she to their thickness as air. the famous princess of crumpled roseleaf Snuil up tho nostrils hot salt water fame. Recently one was made linlf an every three hours. inch thinner than usual, and the owner Bathe the face in very hot water every detected it five minutes for an hour. At the suggestion of tho Empress A ten grain doso of quinine will usu- Frederic Mr. Rodd, secretary of the ally break up a cold in tho beginning. British legation ut Athens, has written Bathe the feet in hot water, and take u book entitled "Frederio HI aa Crown a pint of hot lemonade. Then sponge Prince and Emperor." Tho preface waa with salt water, and remain in a warm written by no less a personage than the room. Phannaceutical Record, empress herself. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL -- DEMOREST MAGAZINE than anyone 1 ever knew, yet she's always snr. priiing me with some dainty contrivance that add to the comfort and beauty of our little home, and slie' always 'merry as a lark.' When I ask how she manages it, she alnays lauphs and sayi: Oh! that's my secret I' Hut 1 think I've ills, North-BounNo. 5. J No. 1. Noj. tamed her ' secret.' When we married, we both knew we should have to be very careful, but she nude onecomlltlon : she w ould have her Magazine. Lve Middiesboro 6 45 a m c c 5 And she was right I I wouldn't do without it my. Lve Livingston... 11 05 am gs . elf for double the subscription price. We read Kichmonu..., 12 46 a m c e to the last word: Arr It together, from the 7 00 a m the storien keep our hearts young; the synopsli Lve Stanford Lve Lancaster... 7 50 a m of Important events and scientific matters keep 553iJ me potted so that I can talk nnder'tandlngly ot Arr Richmond.... 10 15 a m what Is going on: my wifo Is always trying some Lve Richmond.. 12 46 p m 6 05 d ns new idea from the nouehold department: she Arr Winchester. 40 p m 6 55 a m make all hcrdreses and those for the children, Arr Paris 33 ,P m 7 45 m and she gets ull her patterns for nothing, with the Magazine ; and we saved Joe when he was so sick Lve Lexiuston ... 2 00 p m 7 00 a m 3 45 p m 2 45 p m 7 with the croup, hy doing just as directed in thn Lve Paris Sl a m 4 5 p m Falmouth.... p m banit inau Department Hut I can't tell you half!" Lve Covington. ... 4 11 p m 9 18 a m Arr 5 40 p m 1044 a m t It ?" p m "What wonderful Mazarine Arr Cincinnati ... 5 50 p ra 1050 a m 6 45 p iu " l)ernorot' Family Magazine, "What! Why that's what I.il wanted so bad, tnd I told her it vva an extravagnnce." OntheMaysvilleliranch.Nog.leaves Paris "Well, my friend, that's where you mide a 7 55, a m and No. 11, at $ 37, p m, arriving at grand mistake, and ono you'd better rectify ai Maysvileatioio, am, and 755 p m. No. at oon as you can. I'll tako your 'sub.' right hern, leaves Maysville at 5 20 a m, arriving at Pans 10 at on my w He's nccourt : she's bound to hav u a china 7 40, a in. No. a ltfeves Maysville 150 tea ret in time for our tin wedding next month. arrives at Paris it 4 io,t,p m. Theseattrains and art My gold watch wn tlio primlum I got for gsttlrj daily except Sunday. lip a club. Here' a copy, with the new Premium No. 2, daily to all points except Rowland Divis-ioList for club, the biggest thlngoiit! Ifjoudoi t which is daily except Sunday. see in it what you want, you've only to write to No. 1 runs dally from Lexingion to Cincinnati. the publisher and tell him w hat you w ant, w liei I cr No, 2 runs daily. It Is a tack hammer or a new rarriage.and lie w .i No. 5 runs daily from stations except the inakepeclat terinsforyou.citherforaclnh or' r Rowland Division, which all daily except Sunday is part c.vh. Hem r subscribe right off and surpr.se No. 3 daily except Sunday. Mrs Tom Onlr Jiunajesr wlllsivetlfly nnics No. 4 dally between Cincinnati and Lexingtoa. that In six months Or send lOcents direct to the No. 43 Pans and Lexington Accommodation dai. puhl lirr, W Irmilnir Demorest. 11 E.vt lllh ly. Leaves Lexington 10.00 a. ra. Arrives Pans Street. New York for a specimen copy containing 10:45 a. m. iLel'rcmiumLUt." No. 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leaves CinclD-nx- ti 5:10 pm. Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p ni daily except Sunday. WE WILL SEND No. 7 Leaves Falmouth 6 00 a m. Arrives Cincinnati 7 55 a m daily except Sunday. No. 2 and 6 make connections at wincnetter for points on the N. N. k M. V. R'y, . I), No.,2 carries through cars from Cincinnati Io WITH IN CLUB Middlesborough and Cumberland Cap and all la. termediate stations and runs daily. W. L MUNSON, Trav. Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. S. R.KNOTT, C. P.ATMORE, Traffic Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt. YEAR FOR J3.50. Gereial office, Louisville, Ky. ONE S. F. B. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r At.. Office Chamber ol Commerce Uuilding.Ciocinnatl W.P.WALTON, - - ' Stanford. Kt. d. title-pag- same as nsual, always want"Oil I she' ing something I can't afford." " Well, w c ull iui tometulng more than we've got Don't you f " " Ve ; hut I guess ' want will b my mater.' I started to keep dim n expenses; and now I.tl says I'm 'mean,1 and she's tlrvd ot saving and never having anthing to show for it. 1 saw your wife down street, and she looked is happy as a queen 1" " I think she is : and we are economical, too, have to be. .My wife can make a little go further so-s- "Hello Tom. Glad to see yon, old fellow I tt's almwt ten jrars since we were married. Sit lown: let's have an experience meeting. How' 'ho wife?" 1 7opa ..... 1 ".. and" 1 1 IJ.- - ... -- mmZIL.-.-i.!-' 1.. ai,' . -! UL1W -- . IE i'---' unlit1-!!- 1- 'l -- wgTOatwiuJLi wi.ii . 11 mt.mfiMamMmm Ifa'i. I,.,J .frB.1 tC I v t ' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. F WALTON. Stanford, Ky., - May 8, 18!)1 BiaHT PAGES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. County. Juilce V. 11 Kjreetitatle A vkw II. li. Varnon r.dmntm f it K ir i if t m Hfft I r Tuk grand jury at New Orleans aftei sici.r-KAciNsix weeks of investigation, was able to find no indictments for the lynching of the Henncssy murderers, which it reports resulted from the abuse of law for the correction of which the entire community is responsible. The report further shows that the O'M.dley detective agency with the connivance of Ad.uiH, We to we its legal partner, tampered with the jmy and perverted the machinery of the court. Indictments were found against O'Malloy, Adamsand four others, charted with bribing a d attempting to bribe the Kkom the reports that come up from all jurymen. The jury also finds that nine parts of the State, "Cash" Clay in not A. of the-1Italians lynched owed no alle- inappropriately named. giance to that government. The other MANES AND GAKICIICI., Main Street, Stanford, Ky, two may have had some claims on it, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE GOUNTY. bnt they were assassins and criminals ...i.'mji .lictritvi'il mm'!) l'arden truck of the meanest sort. Now let the organ , i' ".! . will shortlv isit Metcalfe county and ..:..!.. o nun runi-cuii- l.... Hmo. begin to play, while the monkey mesuav.:..i n .... i,n i,nri.in..d start the lull to rolling. Laurel con i makes another exposure of his person. wh in f.... .1... lAfil... stnt,. tn tiermanv had lands soldthe same locality, people " and used by her have been .Irniit: Hovn refused to allow the jail- i. c.w. ior . ii-I Living nci-ntlMiuh..t(I of Mr. J. Ilolil.im his tocl; of GKN-KkAJames P. Tavlor was adjudged a In- - lor senooi purpuvs iuau er of Whitley any fees for dieting priscounty is in the Lexington asylum li appwrs that Lath .MhUCIiANDISK, to which we have since made lame addi- oners he negligently rwrniitted to escape ,natic and scut to the sam Hiimw hh i.iicki.ikiic an Hint iibni t. . and the jailer appealed to the Superior every department, which gives us n large and complete stock lands adjoming tho,e of the latter conn- - tioiiMii -l- iioto from the papers that Mr. P. Court, which by a majority decision says t Hoots, Shoes, Hats, consisting of Dry CiockU, Notions, claim. superin-'ty'- s he cannot thus be convicted of misfeas- T. Downs has been appointed The convention last Saturday was a warc am ( ),iecflMVllro aiul i'uniiturc, also a large and well assoitetl division of the of the vorthem ance in office, no proof appearing in the represcntatiuo one stock-- of Men's, Hoys and Youths' Clothing all of which will be sold record that he had been guilty of it. Gulf, Colorado & Santa Ke railroad, run- -' ,, Purcell, Indian Territory, to along nicely ll.e U element made " .. Presiding Judge Barbour dissenting, nine from tiVH. nviiwi a. nihil Villi tUIVl V.ftt lllll Will with headcjuaiter at Cle- - very hot contest lor second insmicuou. holds that no ollicer of the Common- Galvestou. diuv.i aim jjih.i; I.Mr. J. vj. ' Uliauis n iu lie i.miuimihi-iii- TVirm wealth is entitled to compensation for .,;., ti uiro nt ed for his gallant fight for his choice, Remember our terms are strictly cash or produce. r:i....: services when, in rendering these serviand made though the odds were ngamst him; he ces, he has, by his failure to do his duty, the depot here Saturday night Very KespcctluIIy, . -;... .. .. ... ps -- - brought upon the State a loss greater a deafening report as it passed irom u.e v..k Kood fight and did his duty. 1 he a than his services are worth, and as the switch board to tho ground wire. It made combined passed under the floor and fused the Hardin and Brown adherents judgment recites that the fact stated Crab Orchard, Ky. J. I. Cimmiv, .Salesman. and of court second instruction for Mr. wire, setting fire to some old Thk presidential junketing party hav therein as a reason for rejecting the pound All are Operator Vick Owens, after Clay was out of the .piestion. ing finished the Golden Coast, is now claim "appears to the satisfaction of the rubbish. fright, discovered in good humor and satistied with the his homeward bound. Mr. Harrison has court," it must be assumed, in the ab- recoveiing from flames under the floor, which he sub-- ! result. of ovations, which, it sence of a bill of exceptions, that evimet with a round -- Our jail birds made a succe.ful at up n plank from the is hoped, will broaden his narrow little dence was heard and that it sustained due.1 after prizing .0iW jail tempt of cutting out of our THK VUCAN CHILLIC!) PLOW. floor and dousing on some water. soul and make him sufficiently large to the court in its conclusion. ju The house of Mr. James Dolan, nt Saturday auemwii hat. It look better in his hev tore oil tne iron The Louisville Times, whiJr was sev- Pine Hill was burned Saturday night ventmn met. is also hoped that he will outgrow the Kakmkks., A itkn iio.v. We call your attention to the following aden years old May day, is the most phe- with all its contents. Tho lire took sheeting from the ceiling and finding the tdf-iporta nee which now possesses him nomenal youngster ever born in journalami the family barely place w here a former escape was made, vantages of "The Vulcan" over any Chilled l'low made: First, the and which was fully illustrated in one of ism. Starting healthy and loud lunged, place at 2 o'clock uc.uno.1 it is ilmiiuht the house was bv cuttiiiu out the sills, they burned a Vulcan is made of the original and genuine Chilled Metal. Second, his speeches. In 2,500 words he said it grew in the grace of the public and the the iron used in chilled parts is first quality LaKe Superior fired as there was S150 in t hole through the flooring, crawled to Charcoal. "I":S8 times, "my" eight times, "me" waxul strong and mighty in power, till robbed and i a... ii... iiiiriml from i miner storv and nried out the grated Third, we give you a solid point, no scooping out or shaving- off to four "us" six, "our" 29" and "we" 27. one of its wet nurses was ab'.e to leave down by a Fourth, we give you a solid mould a portion of the house where there was windows i and let themselves , u. Kilt save iron thick edges t . "We, Us it Co." may lie a big firm in the , i..r hAtv.il . . ...... Im . i um, .I.. l' iiil.iii uiuiim 1.board,...no eniorceu on .....-... ehnrge of the other, who also in due no stove or fireplace, .... mucus oiflj rope ... mc .v iu ll.lt II rue . ..l.l iiu.iru is re i nn composing it, but itin mt .In. .. ini.i. of those time gave it up to others. The latter's i:.... um ...,.i ,.J..inltvM8 well, as those and Ihliry Urue, colored, encaped. the back by ribs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled Mr. Harrison should not forget that the love for it was too great, however, so of Mt. Vernon, made liberal donations Dowell had blacked his face and when mould board Ku-rl'low guaranteed, by people are still thtir own rulers and ' He passed out oi town was after following the fortunes of a. grander for the family's relief. , I .....u .. thnt they have only clothed him with a for a season, he returned to the bantling .t innli.t.li.l .Mill t. 33. EC. & Dr. Ijvell has a youug lady visitor ua n ueniu nun m " little brief authority. Let him cease to that Jirown, Newman, Kmeison ami days. Mr. J. W. Larue, the ouly prisoner left in the jug. at Lin luiiiKc. aired live cut fantastic tricks. others had so carefully nourished in her Hrown left Sunday for Aransas Harbor, was unable to reach the ceiling and was Henry, after ai legs may be Whkn a man staitsdown the hill he absence and now her long Texas, where he will be for some weeks compelled to remain. concluded to return beautiful ltltli and probably thiee months. ,Ve hope few days' freedom, coes with a hop ami a jump. Several daily found under the company. The ago H. A. M. Henderson was a century table of the richly furnished he will conclude to remain in Koekcastle, and share his brother years nursery, singing her sweetest songs nnd as we can ill afford to lose citizens of Lames are in for burglary; Dowell was "preacher in ti.e Southern Methodist pistol carrying and vari church and superintendent of public making it happier and brighter than Mr. Brown's worth and standing. Misses in for adultery, having been ever. The Times is a daisy in every Ida and May Adams are visiting in Lou ous offenses instruction in Kentuoiy, CLOCKS ASD JEWELS!. isville. A crowd of young lolks took an elected to the latter by the democrats. sense, and now is vour time to Bucklen's Arnica Salve tiftlKlt. ; .. nl.l far rilt. .... .1.. ml and failing to ov..i.ratmi tl livillL'HtOl) allll SlllkS tO He asked for .Uii flioum. fvrr oret. truer, cnap- a.. a all wi.. trup Willis Adami, jr., ped hVial ihiibu.n, con. wild llowere. not umd with the wotld, withget it he fe" Repairing neatly and prompt Tiik first tune Judge Owsley went to hunt 1JY rcclllir iln. .A .:,..,.,. Krnrt .lt. Of 110 atilactior, drew fioni the sourthern conference, Middleohoro the News, thinking to com- and wife went to Louisville M... I.... perfect ed liueiuramtedto iti ly done. t fSl. flir llK joined the noithein and was given a pliment him as highly as possible, told " reliinueu t'lideran act of the legislature of or money A K. I'ennv.i!.. Sunlord, Knf a'e This is bad church at Cincinnati. All appiopria- how he ran against Gov. Knott on the ISKJ, a bill providing for the iiq( i - it nt intiti ln f.v.. kliiit-kfiiBlttera ,,., lnil M, I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor goods. enough, but the worst is yet to be told. (Stanford, Ky.) . """-republican ticket, and how nearly he UOU OI lamin iu. Trie last ho was heard oi he was otlie.a i Zelui n..ii..r .iiia; had come to defeating him. It worried n this State, a boundary of land was ,, Ting as boss prayer at a republican conuleu,c.i him no little, but he said it was useless runted to the Rockcastle Seminary pr.iiM. A K.ccric ii.ii?r. ilo if.r,::1 a.ul it i, purtr medkine .. . cine cl.umcil hit .... vention. He would have done so, This graht was dated in 1$:)!); tho land Kiwranleiri In do .ill lliai toeonectit. county, now Metcalf, on was in Adair Tub Advocate aays that lucre cut a though, if he, stiong democrat as he K. T. .1? ..,!, .m. fiiim'd l Impure hlood Will governor's was, had thought the wiine paper the Little liarreu river. In ISo'.l, considerable figure in the I'or a cure of i.'Uli nf tins Dlace. was appointed agent !?.r.c.-V,ii Mal.irl.il IViir -race in Hoylo and many attended the would have published this post mortem nV;VW' was nhtauuch to sell or dispose of the lands. Mr. iidicl.e Cnn, statement: "Judge Owsley convention from the outlying Ixittlv " was negotiating lor us saiu wnen ;nimu rt(muiod who seldom take part in such republican and was very prominent in Fihh ..,,,. .mil shnrtlv after its A l'tiiiiN'fcdrir.'Muri. i '" ' J 4ll V.UHI' "'l " IIIC proceedings. It is said that the regular local and State political circles." FOR CHILIS FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, AWondor Worker. :lose he died and the mattei was allowed nt the price was 2 apiece and dinner " in."! ' ' Tiikiik will be II stars in the Ameri- to feht and had been almost forgotten M, lra.il. Huffman. youri AMD ALL O . Mate. Ih.t he had J'ce" "ml" hotel. From many other paits of tie can flag after July 1, the last standing time since Mr. James I. ton. prominent phyncians and ti.ed their (rial I lo until he as not ahle to around. In.u 1 the leport that Clay's for the State of Wyoming, which was ad- until a short State come also DISORDERS. White discovered tho old records and iie.it to '.on.nnM.l.on and hi. CENTS money was used not only with lavish mitted last fall. The arrangement of the B Nj. what could be done. table. He iv j.er.iadcl BY AIL DRUGGISTS. rlW iAIL to work to see l)isLoery for Cuiuiiwplioii, Coi.h and prodigality, but in many cases very ef- stars will be changed to six horizontal went ---, MED.CQ. ST.L0UI5 MO, PRErAREDBY RICHARDSOW-TAYLO- R time w no, We to He visited Metcalfe county and had the fectively. iows, the row at the top and at the bot- land shown him. the tiact contains : !:,! -- : valuable for in ' or !kiihask's partisan supreme court tom containing eight stars, and the four probably 11,000 acres and is the railroad, ter: no continued jo., u: "" " thr.t. at A. K lute auy free health. If rial holtle (iov. lioyd, whom the rows between each containing seven. timber and minerals and trouble try it chrst hes decided thnt will be a big thing for the 'which will be built fiom Glasgow to lVnny"tlnm democrats elected their chief magistrate The change bunting niakera and will cost the gov- Uurksville will pass through or near it. oflast November, U nut entitled to the A I'orluiiate Woiii.m. This land was exempt from taxation, fice because of some iriegulaiitv in his ernment many thousands of dollars. II.1U1 r. Mart Onl. .Mich, 1ms appears that a former sheriff, who MrIn Iih vr I. lli.l.il.flll nf Sh wim u wivat nf.l it naturalisation papers. Vsthis involves Wk have a compositor who evidently but ."rtW sold furycarv. Va short f'HT frii.ii iii'arl a Federal question the case will be taken thinks that everything good is said by ought to have known better, Of UP'. ll", ll.lll II. lulu In tlilc, tint llll'JIJ acres of it for alleged taxes due. Mr. Ifiiin. f 1. 1. ic, i tr. AI i'l' tnlling tfi hniiliM Supreme Court, and till its to tho T.S. thu Georgetown Times; at any rate he "I am of lir Milrs .N'imi llcirt f'uif, decision it is hoped that Iloy.l will keep will credit an article to that paper, when White while at Edmonson, the countv lii'l ir ll.a.i f rsnjf.irs Mv mlml .mil fltil I U'M'u nil .. .mled w mlrrfnll.i. rrin having the deed li . IMfim Thayer out like tho latter attempted fo we write Glasgow Times as plain as a ' co.. " t ll.l the seminary trustees foin t..u ufllirteil In nin.iiiiMiiK :.ii rcini'ilv inaugural day came. transferred to A K I'fiuii. ilrtik.';txt. uu'armi do him, when type writer. With this explanation we nurU on llf'irl lt.rit, il without coat. The magistrates hail a tt'i n " D' Mllus' ani'lulH li't.Miniilal'-- l.'ir will forgive ns are sure I ro. liichaidr-oAh Laurel county faileif to instinct fur called court here Monday last and ap-- i Tlioy All 1'alletl. .even if Hro. Hell can't. for and A. 'I huinson, Tt' fnlloiMi a li it Irniu Mr pointed the following gentlemen as tinsuh for lieutenant governor, as she prom' i Seminary: James I. ofMy i iuiiiIhk, ,sWk , ' Is i..'riil;.ri solicitation, we here -Tuk National Fanners' Alliance is pre- tees of Rockcastle ised to do, without he. has hfeu lret'l for linr ,Ti'" "CattorlklsM welUdntisd tochililren that Cantorla cure Colic, OonMlpatlon, ho. id, hUm.iui li iipivotn itrostratn.il by withdraw irom the race and so far uh paring to send out ".3,000 lecturers to White, M. 0. Williams, J. . Frith, L. ilocJo't In N. mid YnH;, two ti t Iiumso,liy thrre Sour Ktouiach, Dlarrha-a- . Krurtatlon, superior to any prescription I rreommeud It oiip In, Kills Wornu, cles fclp, and promote illconcerned Mitch A ford canhae plead the cause. The same men put to M. Honk and W. A. Hammonds. This 'hll:idc iihla.nnr in O'ClmiuU, and nt r lar; II. A. Archh, SI. I),, we are Inown to me." cPMtion, 'limy ull In liuR.iU. for hi mouth 111 So. Oxford St., UrooWljn, V, Y, Wltiiout iujurioug nicdlcatloo. a clear track. It don't suit us, anyhow, hoeing corn and working onions and l.nar.1 is einnowered to sell the Metcalfe instltu.e Ilut nun hull!" r r ,Mllr' Iti'storatlve rnllod. ll'l.l ufri....l.l ' IkT......... I...1.....I !.., In.r.lllt. Tub Cbntior CoiiriT, T7 Murrajr Street, M. Y. to accept tho office now, though had Lau- cabbage would do the country much lands and use the money in putting up br nied lit all .I'mlaihct, iMi'liaclien. cliuiifkof anappropriation was life, m'r7oii more good. There is much too much a building, etc. An Htiirhaiit'ft, Mis, rhf uinailm, rel county called we should have driiB store for u fri'o swered and that would have been the speaking in this glorious country and made for having the lands surveyed and etc. AJttatA.lt I'ennv'i trial riotllc mill Ur. MlleV new book on Itit This board Neivcn and Heart. s expenses. hoiee. too little working. for incidental last of the c: j i per-Imp- days ao tho Covington Commonwealth published nn interview with Jud;e Whittakur, of thnt city, in which he said that if the people i eject tho new constitution, the delegates have the legal right to reconvene ami form The attention of a distinguished lawyer of this place being called to the question, he said the proposition inIf the volves the veriest absurdity. this once they may do delegates can do it twice; if twice a hundred times. On 1st reconvention they might present to the people a duplicate of the constitution of Lapland. Result, rejection. Chi the 2d, the code of Justriciau. Result, rejection. On the :d, tho Articles of Confederation. Result, rejection. And to on forever, As illustrations, these Mippobitions me, of course, extreme; absurd. Cut when carried to its logical sequence, the proposition conThis tended for runs into absurdity. body can legally convene only present for tho purpose of providing means to carry tho proposed instrument into effect in the event it is ratified. He does not controvert that this same body may jetiKsemble and frame another constitution mid n submit it to the .people, and that if the people shall in a manner of their sovereign will ratify it, that it will be binding. lint this would result from the act of the people and not at all because this body had legal authority to frame the instrument. In other words, the right of revolution is inherent, and if the people of Kentucky choose to have a peaceful revolution, business. There that is the be no legal justice that this body in can would be thus acting the second entitled to per diem wages. They funetu otfici) when they submitted their work. If the people disapprove that work and still want a new edifice, they certainly have the right, as it will be their pleasure, to let the contract out to a different set of carpeuters. r. 8?cond, Clay third and Clardy bringing up the rear. Clay claims that ho will g- -t oOSJ votes on tho first ballot and finally the nomination, but the basis of his claim is not given. Rhea maintains his long lead forattorney general, while Norman professes to believe that he will be made the nominee for auditor on the first ballot. This is evidently a blull, as men are of the opinion that Mr. Warren stands fully ns good a show for.the nomination as he. There are ,M) votes not instructed in this race. Corliett seems a sure winner for register and 1M 1'orter Thompson!) fi tends feel confident that he will capture the nomination for superintendent of public schools, though Smith, Hunt, Hodges, Glenn and others have hopes of succe.s". Mr. James 11. Martin has US instructed votes for clerk of the Court of Appeal, and while he is some distance behind Mr. Add.unB, he thinks he will get there. Hale for treasurer seems to have tho go on South, but nil of the races are so mix ed up it would take a Philadelphia law yer, or some other as astute individual, to foretell the final outcome. well-posted is nothing new in tho races for State offices, lirown leads, with Hardin There judge that in the courseof human events we know of nothing more improbable than the hypothesis upon which ho predicates his proposition. Wo wish we could pick the winners in the democratic derby ns easily as we can say who will head the republican State ticket, for we have a straight tip that it will be Col. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, who is backed by Col. Riadley, of Lancaster, a gentleman who never gets left when he i caches for a persimmon. TiiKitK never was as many contected delegations as tho committee on credentials will have to deal with next week. A great deal will depend on th-- temporary chairman unless an absolutely fair and impartial nvati can be secured. It is more than likely that the credential committee will be so close that the State at large representatives to be appointed by tho chairman will form tho majority. John I). Thompson, of Mercer, and Stone Walker, of Madison, are spoken of for the committee from the Sth district. j will accept the nomination for governor if tendered hhn, but we run tell tho JcnoK Dessy tells the Leader that ho The Louisville Store per Like every week, offers its patrons i'his week, some .special bargains which will save uoufrom 26 to 60 cents on the dollar. i 1 Therefore read the following and it anil make you open yovr eyes. Come early before the goods arcpicked, over. C hollies in, elegant pattern s 6e per yard. Fifty different patterns in blaeh Lawn, from '6c ap; cheeked and elegant striped Worsteds J 6c a, yard; plain Worsteds from 6c a p. Ginghams V pair, worth $ !.",(). yard. Ladies' Shoes 00c tine of c litt.iiti irMf. vni'pi rifl. an c count, um nt Iji.iliv.si' n.nt i uutrcn s onrinu and, Summer Hats and we icilL sell them at prices nerer heard of before. Don't miss to look at them. We also offer for this ireek special bargains in Carpets Hugs, Oil Cloth, Straw .1 fatting, elc. . MATHERS ) s Dr. Hor.so.v, of Louisville, after u thorough analysis, says that the guests at wedding were poisoned ' the Suooks-ller- r by arsenic, which was placed in the wn- ter with the deliberate attempt to poison tho whole party. Detectives are hard at work, but as yi't they have found no clew to the fiend, who. though no fault! of his, is not the murderer of CO instead of six people. If he should be found the workings of the law would be too slow for his rase, which is one of the few that Judge Lynch should take it hand, in. j Si'iSSPIHo Event pair gaaran ted, SI pair. KID GLOYES also bring your mind that hare I'RHANSKY, Proprietor. Managers. ) i NEW STORE, KEW GOODS, HEW PRICES. I. .,- I,,, i I1MV1I 111 V- - Hard-tenden- ( ( "y,'" ie f .... -- .,. W .. tti .- "- W. E. PERKINS, I The Plow of the Age, ! grand-father'- s 1 ''''"""- .1.-1- .- ti. - . Ki. -- .r. wiui I ... y ". . K. W. WSAEEN. IW-lc- JM! E0BT. FE1TSEL, sub-sciib- .1 . ..I-- .. Mm&mgknm wwrfHESw Work Warranted. ( I "; r- - V . """;" ''''""a L ri;:isi i'ri.-so- i . DOCTOR & - "dees-tricts- " r- - I .'"""' '''", lu-. . 50 headache: r TAYLORS URE MALARIAL I - du ihj -,'.',, -i - !' I ra-lul- - 1. "li'--iii- ! . li-- ii- (jK-u- j , I I j J , t Infants Children. i . I 1 I - ( Blue-gras- I r,"b-jYst- ; .... -- a v .- v a& ta i ."4. -- v Lfi 'iata:ii jt ' See our 4G inch blank Henrietta, 75 ct. The Sunday-scho- ol scholars of fho Tho body of Mr. John Dudderar Severance A Son. Danville Baptist church will bo given a did not arrive from Birmingham till big picnic on Dix Itiver, near the bridge Tuesday, owing to Beveral niisconnee-tioTim Louisville store will pay the high on the Lexington pike, and then tho hearso had to go to est uuirket prices for eggs. Junction City. Owing to the serious m jewelry and repair shop of W. It. illness of Mrs. Dudderar she could not Soiia Watkk, tho best ever made, now i The Gooch, at Mc Kinney, was entered Wedaccompany the remains and Mrs. Davis ready at W. It. Mcltobert'. nesday night anda number of watches anil Mrs. T. I). Itaney being also ill. I want 25 good carpenters at onco to and all his tools stolen. No arrests. Mr. John Smiley alone came. Ho tells j Is Receiving His whom I will pay good wanes. Address Heavy frosts visited this section Tues- us that Mr. Dudderar was in apparent! It. C. Hradley, Harrodsburg. day and Wednesday nights, seriously good health Saturday nieht and sat no. ' FiiiK anil overcoats in May makes one damaging it is feared both tho wheat late talking cheerfully with the family, and fruit crops, especially in the low - 'AhoutO o'clock Sunday morning his almost wish he could leave thm world lands. It was very heavy yesterday wife heard him groan and shudder and Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. by climbing a persimmon treo. morning and vegetables, grape vines, &c. Ix'foio she could got up h was dead. A nun Juno 1st our notes and accounts looked like scalding water had been ilo had been a sutlerer from heart (lis-- 1 willbe put iuau ollicer's hands for col- poured on mem. ice lormeu to consiu-jeasicr several years beforo leaving lection. Hiugins A MeKirmey. erable thickness also. The cold wave here and that was the cause of his death, extended over tho Central and Northern 'Mr. Dudderar was a member of the An unusually largo number of lisli States, bringing snow, ice and frost with Christian church and had prepared him-i- t have boen killed by the "giggurs" in and doing untold damage. Slowly olf for the sudden end. which he al We keep in stock a full line of all Jcincis of Staple Groceries, which Hanging Fork in the last week or so. ririiiu' teini)!r:itnri wnn Itimmiu..l vi.utur- - wa'S ertuitril Tin. f.....!l :tl .......... j .nv iuiiiii. tlll 1CIUIII we will take pleasure in showing and make to Stanford as soon as possible. Tnc Climax says Madison's county le- dav. CHURCH AFFAIRS. vy has been fixed at I7 on tho $100 and Ki.dkk Fkank does not believo in the poll tax at J2.VJ. Lincoln's ad valo-ru- preaching tho dead to Heaven. The Southern Haptist Convention In his tax of cento is perhapj thu low- service Glassware, Queensw.ire, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of over tho remains of Judge Ows- will convene at Birminghem to day and est in the State. ley he said he would leave tho lawyers remain in session live days. Baskets kept in stock, all of which we arc offering cheap to the public. A lire at ill fateil Johnstown to extol tho dead juiist and others to deWr. have made tho necessary arrange-meCome and sec us. sing his praises, but ho could not con- - stroyed the Itaptist church and several tit to handle ice this season. Special prices to parties buying in quanti- scientiously do so without telling also of stores, causing a loss of foO.OOO. & The Winchester Democrat says that ties. Ice delivered at the door every the dark Bide, so ho preferred to remain morning. Call and get prices. M, F. silent alter this explanation. Wo are " meeting held by Dr. Felix at the i i not of those who believe that nothing i ..ij.uu niiiurcii cioscu alter two weeks F.lkin A Co. with additions. but good should be said of tho dead, but Ten drops of oil of wlntergreen put it may not always bo necessary to men Miss Iielle H. Bennett.of Richmond, on sugar and allowed to slowly dissolve tion things that would grato harshly on the agent, has received from the lister in the mouth, taken at intervals of ev- the ears of sorrowing relutives and oilerings of tho M. J. Church, South, to Dfaltr In- ery two hours, is said by a distinguished friends. tho missionary training school so far, be- physician to bo a ccitaiii euro for This makes a ... men rr-7- -r . T the invitations to the reception RMn(1 lota, , if commenced when you first mt J10,(Ie t.nil: lm o( given by the Misses Shanks to 3Ir. and nearly feel the pains. tTSOOO. Mrs. Joel T. Kmbry were received the Salt, Lime, Cement, Tiling, Farming Implements, &c. Ir tuny not, bo news to some, but it society people hereabout began to look ureetThe Methodist church was tilled to I'.ishop Thomas I'. Dudley, of the was to us, to hear that Mr. and Mrs. J. forward to a charming evening at tho '""URV W"scopai uioce.se, ami lio , ,. r JI Mc A lister of M. Josenh Mo have1! i, ns Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal . HU6.RUPLEY,- Stanford, Ky., tt.O,WAl.TON, MEANS Mav 8, 1891 m Bus, ManoKer BUSINESS. r t J Kvt.imtxi. beautifully nn.l artistically uonuutA.lt. Penny's. II wk your watch, clock awl jewelry Springs Summer Coods Fancy & Family Groceries repaired at A. It. Tunny's. All work warranted. ItuMKMiiKK that all silverware, watches, "Kt t'., bought t A. It. Penny's will be engraved free of charge. PERSONAL Hit. .1. l.t-r- I o ( POINTS. .Mt. J. Bitow.s, of Vernon, was i.i visit-in- g yesterday. Mns. It. U. ! ! " w.-- .- Hail, of Somerset, r-- ; her parent hero. I'KNNi.Nt.TON has returned f i oin a levera! days' stay in Louisville. Mia. M.t Manks has been BjiunttiiiK n low days with friends in tancastrr. Mils. J. C. MiCi.Aitv is viHttitiK hernia-ter- , Mrs. J. It. B.tiley, at Crab Orchard. John Wii.kkiihov, of Casey, an old Jouitx.u. stand-by- , wan in town Tuesday. Giiaklky Uhkks i learning the ways ol the dentist under the tutorship of Dr. V. H. Penny. Ho.v. It. (;. Waukkn wont to Louisville yesterday to open his headquarters m tint WUIiinl. Mas. Sr. Cj.mii. mother of Mr. Bailey, who r pent tho wilitor in Home. a.. returned Wedm-wdmMus. J. I Duncan spent n short time tli her sister, Mth. J. s. Hooker, on er return to Owcnsltoro. Erii m PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FA.RHIS HARDI1T. -'0 n I :. L'-- J .... J. B. FOSTER Groceries and Hardware rhcti-uinthm- i, ...!.. tWt'n-'.Watidii:j,0- - ' have been visiting their parent, .Mr. and Mrs. V I. Itamsey, returned to Lexington Tuesday. Mn. ami Mrs. I'. v. Hunts went to tlnoinniiti Wednesday, where the latter will remain some time under tho treatment of doctor. Wk regret to hear that owing to Home misunderstanding with the mayor of Middlehoro Chief of Police V. M. Hill haw been removed. Oun correHpoiident at I)ix Bivor and Ugan's Creek, H. C. Chillies, leaves tomorrow for Shelby villc, where hu wilr a few weekH courting. M.u. L. C. Xohman, auditor, was here yesterday, looking peaceful and Herene. He says ho is confident of ettln; the nomination on tho first ballot, but wo couldn't get out of him what he was in thiN section for now. Fhikniw of Capt P. T. Downs, late of this division of tho AN., will bo Kluil to hear that he has accepted a lino position on the Gulf, Colorado A Santa Fe, with headquarters at Cleburne, Texas. He will be superintendent of tho second largest division of the Atchison, Top'cka tk Santa Fe. CouT. II. Aitsoi.o, the versatile r of the Middlesboro News, droppetl in on us Tuesday and spent several hours in Stanford. He missed tho connection at Junction City, returning from the Lexington races, and drove up here, thereby making his loss our win. Bro. Arnold is a capital fellow and a genuine ttll uround newspaper man. 1 Mil. J.S. llK.SDIIICK. of Soiiii.fm,.i .,,11.1 Mm. J. cW. Alcorn and Miss Mary Al- Horace Withers. Mr. Withers now has orn wont to yesterday. Miuaxh Mns. L. n. Kvmskv, who a nainiKike in tho families of each of his . i n 1 ui-i- i ? ho Misses Shanks are uveniiii: cituie. thoroughly con-- 1 three daughters Witn.i: going down tho hill near Mr. Sowell (livens' a few days ago, the horso driven hy Mr. Matt Fugleman took fright and run oil", upsetting the vehicle and throwing him, Mis. G. K. Kngleman aud her child to the ground, but strange to Bay none of them were seriously hurt. The buggy wa.i almost completely wrecked. Pleased to Dkatii. The following is published just as sent: April the ;!0 tho turuesville present:. lion a Pound girl of C. W. Hill Colerd Wifo are in Prospring condiflhon Baby fat and Pretty its mama is Happy and its Papa is Please to Deatli over they first Daughter. Please adveitise this in your ISitI in S ' with every method of making) their guests feel at homo aud that those, who attended enjoyed tho reception goes without saying. Fight o'clock was the appointed hour and thoso invited show-etheir eagerness to attend by coming promptly on time and staying till tho wee sum' hours. Dancing, and games were indulged in; a delightful lepast was sprtMiI; beauty nnd chivalry were present aud with all of these combined, of course happiness reigned supremo. d tete-a-tete- r"" b.art. i.tint-- t ItomansIO.1, was a grand o.,,i ,...rv;...i ...,....:...:.. .. many a """"ivuiuuiiuiuuiu A good many of Mr. Sheppard'a Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, N Dicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking Valley Corn Shelltr. . , WI,h ,.,nir" .,,;..,, .I......JI ,., ' wctlllLIUCH tne fc,.rvil. witn rHiMH music. -- Danville congregation came up. together ,i. '.'.. ,,,., FOR THE 1HGGEST- - FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. s j Pajer. A noo.M town editor was here Tuesday aud while walking along the street with some friends, our local remarked, on see ing Mr. F.hnoro's new cellar door, "Here is an improvement wo haven't mentioned," whereupon the b. t. e. remarked: "It won't do to overlook that. Such an improvement would call for about two columns in my paper." edi-to- Sometime ago Mrs. A. Underwood missed some bed clothing from her boarding-house and could get no clue of it till Tuesday, when she iccogni.ed it hanging out in the yaid of a negro woman named Sue Ilaughmau. Obtaining a warrant she had Marshal Newland arrest the woman aud Win. Gill, a negro boy, and on the examining trial Judge Carbon held them to tho county court. They were taken at ouco before Judge CITY AND VICINITY. H' Varuou, but there being no proof that the clothing and the woman giving a plausible story of how she J. It. Foster. came by it, both were discharged. The Iiiisii ror.vroK Satiirdity nutrning at comfort and b'ankets were proved to be Fnrris A Hardin's. Mrs. I'nderwood's, both by hot pelf and J. C. Klinore, who sold them to her. Don't fail to see our lino of gents' underwear. Severance A Son. An I. J. reporter was at D. li. Slaughol ter's delightful Hiitiiuiei result this week Jist Ai:itin. A fresh andean without fear of contradiction salt at H. K. A W. H. Wearen's. state that he is making his famous Green Mas. K. ti. Wai.i.ku prtsented her Briar Springs one of the must pleasant sou Tuct-dahusband with a summer homes for tho pleasure seeker in this part of Kentucky. Ill is sparing Can m km, cakes, fruits and in fact nor money in improving everything in tho nstaurant line, at It. leiiuerumo gnmnus, r., uim wuii inn .miming, Zimmer's. iresn coai o. paini i.reen nriar will ie a Tiik. Williamsburg lumbv-handlers' beauty indeed this season. Mr. .SIauKIi- NKW ADVKIITISKMKXTO. ; striko has been settled, hut the ni.iueis ter has also worked and to some extent j t.MMrcn HUrvlv,. ,,Jlllt in the laurel section mo still striking for graded the road leading thereto and thu Mis. li. H. l'erkin, who was sick drive from Crab Orchaid will now be day. an with fever when her husband died near-looked upon as one of the many pleasant Wiiii.k driving a corn planter Tuesday features of a visit to the grand old spring' ly two months ago, joined him iu tlie I will x'll ... bffuru the c.iutt- -' .lack Healey got his foot caught in one that pours with Tease, water that will l'renl hevmid Tuenilnv. 'I'huv imiiiw. In huiise tloir inat publk audi. clock nevt cituiity Stanlnrd at 7. this county from Pennsylvania n few court da)-- May n, 18.1i, of the wheels, mushing it seveiely, but it euie most any disease years ago aud had proved themselves is thought no bones were broken. 1G Shares First Nat. Bank Stock. Apks a CoititKirioN. In a note to tho good people. Mrs. Pork in wns a memI)K. W I IJ.TCIIKK, IanIII,., Ky. On account f the Musical Festival editor of this paper, ;itinl Hioaddus de- ber of the Methodist Church and had and other attractions, the L. A N. and nies that he took any part iu a dog steal- spent the most of her (4 years iu her other roads will sell round trip tickets to ing case charged against Bud Ferrell by Master's service.' Only one child, Mis. Louisville, beginning May 11 and good Jailer Owens and that ho made no dem I IoIHb Carrier, survives her. The inter'I lie stockholders of tlie Tiirncrillc, McKlli-- I ney blation .Mill Turnpike till the 18th at 1, fare, making the tato onstration against Marshal Hamilton,! ment was in Hutl'alo Cemetery, Wednes- at McKiiineyami Coffey011k Saturday, May will meet stutlon gth.iiti a little over ft. from here ( ui iiptinia no.iru ji iirccmis ami errimteiii who came after the dog. He did say day. (or the en.ninL' tear. however that "If I was interested and i Mr. T. M. Lilian! died at an early J A C.1VKNS, 1'reMilei.l. Makuiaok. Mr. Joe Chenault, a forinterested alone,i:would kill the dog hour yesterday of strangulated bowels, mer attache of thisnlllce, and Miss Hello befoie Mr. Oweiis'should havo him, as ' for which an operation was performed fiAT.Vf! rflfiSIMS' HuMU Hansford, a good looking colored girl, hiiiiw Miami it looked liko Mr. Owens wanted to re- two weeks ago with the hope of pro-woio married a few days ago. Wliilo kindle old scores. I had no malice tow- longing his life. Mr. Lilian! was it. cure.cut-- . tiruo,"iIuT'or.. ku. di.a.e. staying around the otllce Joe learned to ard Mr. Owens or any other man. I snlendid old Kentucky gentleman and """ H""101"' P,le. ii"i. scratches, halter lew oionaml bruises.. Wherever it hn be a pretty fair type setter, but gave up liave made peace with the world and Stood Very lllgll 111 the estimation Of Ills bxu ued it lu ciun wonderful anlaciiun and the business to become tho leading mer- wish the same from it, if I can get it, rcmovinc but fellows. He ,.r!ii.l Miss .Mary i:..il( it propensity lor Cc.i..UOi.iau norent- be i reuurka- .sllleou, ..m will chant of Mackville. 1 don't propose to be trampled wl1! ,Hi,.e.ar later date, Made on aud and to them were born 10 children, sov - and told hy " tM p1 1 yr J. II. IIU.CIXS, Stanford, Ky. ' Mk. W. 1' Tate, who returned from say nothing about it." Mr. Broaddua en of whom with their mother survive, further says that Ferrell did not steal Mrs. Lizzie F.rwin, John T. Lilian!, Miss Casey Tuesday, says Mr. James A. tho dog, that it followed him after Henrietta, Love and Will Lilian!, Mrs. president of the Liberty and 11ILEY HOUSE, Mr. efforts to drive it back and that J. li. Adams aud Mrs. ltobertson. piko, sent us word that after F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, putting the road in splendid shapo ho lie unule no ell'ort to conceal it. Tho Lilian! was member of the Christian London, - - - Kentucky. was able to declarn a III per cent, annual letter concludes: "If Mr. Owens wants church and died as he lived in the full I have moved to my new Hotel am better dividend. Wo aro not afraid to wagor to have 1110 arrested it is his privilege. hope of a linppy resurrection. The fu- prepared than ever to accommodateandthe public. Good I. ivery attached andetcry coiiv.'njence dethat no pika in this country can beat I am uot hard to ml when I know I am neral will occur at Danvillo at 10 o'clock sired. D'wc me a call, einc looked for." 77 FRANK RII.KY. this. I JifBT received a Lkmonaiu: at V. Hampton's car-loa- fresh d of salt, they had stolen car-loa- d d y r Wai.kkk It km. Kiluj Ki Snow. Particulars of the killing of Kd Snow by Walker Hell at Kidd's Store, Casey county, Wednesday, reached us yesterday and are as follows: A week or two ago a party was given by Mr. Milford Hal), to which were gathered all thu young ISO. and gentlemen of tho neighborhood. W. H. Traylor shipped his slop hogs Hy some means Snow also put in an apiu number, to Cincinnati and sold pearance and during tho evening behaved himself in a most outrageous them at 4J. Thay weighed 200 pounds manner, using profane and vulgar lan- average there. guage in the presence of the ladies and J. S. Owsley. Sr.. boneht nf David otherwise making himself obnoxious. Thompson 11 head of cattle Among the ladies was a daughter of Mr. at 31 cents; of T. I). Newland a yoke of Walker Hell, who, on hearing of the oxen at 'M cente ami 2 on the head aud escapade was greatly wrought up and another yoke for SS0. work Cattle are ipijet in Cincinnati, with together with Mr. Hall sworu out a warrant for thu arrest of Snow. Tho Sheritl' best shippere at 51; butchers run from of Casey refused to execute it because, '2 to 5); feeders to IJ; hogs are quotas ho alleged, Snow was crazy. On be- ed at '.V, to 5.10; sheep are iu demand at ing indemnified, however, he made the 4 to 01; aping lambs (U to Si. J. E. Hruco bought for Bahr A Kahu, arrest and at the trial Snow was lined f :'.'. HoHwore vengeance against Hell of Middlesboro, 21 hogs, weight 101), of and said he would kill him tho next Alex Traylor, at t cents; of U. H. Cooper time they met. The meeting occurred a small lot of milk cows at $27.50; of S. Wednesday and Snow inakiugdemonstra J Euibry." milk cows and 2 calves for tions to carry out his threat, Hell quick- - j Stl A. T Niiuuellev has houeht about. ly realized his peril and got in his work first. Tho dead man is a son of the lato :'0,000 pounds of wool at 15 to 25 cents, Noah Snow, who lost his mind, Squire Tne handling nd picking of it gives 15 I'ortman tells us, on seeing a negro hung lm'11 tt,,d women remunerative employ-5- 5 yeaia ago. There was thought to be ucnt, which number is now on "Fatty's" something wrong with the son, but no! I)i,v r0" Mr.) K'd" shipped last week the IJ'.HJ steps woro taken to restrain him. Hell married a daughter of Mr. Itobert Kttle he has been feeding at the ti. G. They lllain and has always been regarded as a w,,ite distillery, near Paris. peaecablo man. His friends nretherefore were lenuessee cattle and averaged certain that he imagined himself in great l.OlH) pounds, and were sold to M. Wold- - j ' danger or ho never would have taken smith for something over $20,()('0. Bettie Mac, 2:2li, ,y Abdallah Mamhuman life. brino, was sold under a decree of court DEATHS' DOINGS. at Danville for $$05 to Hichard Foley., Her owner had been -- Woodson Montgomery, an aged and he was absolutely ottered $2,500, but sure she would show l.jgbly respected dtir.eu of the McK'in a 2:20 gait this reason and refused it. py m.JKlUOrliooil, died a few davs ago of pneumonia. A wife nnd and'thret' la-di- Robert Land bought of James Mob-erla yoke of oxen for $&.. Ueorge D. Wearen bought of Win. (iooch JO) bushels of wheat at $1. W. F. Moberly bought of Tate A Cation, of Somerset, a gelding forSloO. It. H. Hronaugh bought of J. C. Hays 1(1 head lnnd li year-olsteers at i cents. Jones Hros. bought in Casy li head of extra good heifers at :tl cents; a pair of mules for J2ijanJ a gelding for $100. S. II. Haughtnan bought a bay filly by Andrian at the Bruce A Kidd eale forSlft3and another by Virginius for y d $ rTP" C 7C Yj X?4X1lAx3lJLJKI o tlj& ' ; TJT 'J 4 4 -- IN- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY -- AND- SILVERWARE In the county, go to 1,000-poun- W. B. McROBERTS'. "SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO REPAIRING and all guaranteed. '. JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Agent for i I - I -' ! 1 BiUKTK - STOCK. 111 i . ' j Turnpike Election. I 1 ''". 96-- I nvML ""J- 9 5 &,xmMiWi KSrsr TaM(M? ' m. ";Jlji tWJ.WUXSWk .ivni4m'Ar iv miA- - Ks-te- s, '. n73" Mid-dlebur- g THE 11 WALTER A. WOOD'S Binders, Mowers, Hay Rakes, Twine, &c. vi 11 to-da- - A "..' . .ir . ' . - ... " MvM7M ,, Aj.?.4 tuff r '." M a ! ... iip "?f5?" l'WWIWfWll'n.'P"ll...''.'.r'I.Wt..'tlJlai IIIIILUlUlL'''WI!XllltLtVJJlJiJWV.JJl.,.iJal4.llI! i.,,,. 'it'"" "J " ' ". ' sftimsirfflffii iiii'ifnniiin -- mn in innMWiiaH).i tayjg ifi fa nWW '"rfg r! I' f, I ft V M ' ' L.I .1 1 f ; n J I t 1 Cambridge, nnd much in tho shaping, blossom of activity. Old Judge o tho caliber of his mind resembled her Gerald reflected for n moment and COMISSWJSER'S has been vastly kind to me, and own. He was profoundly religious, and since I've quitted tho Columbia Law then said: "Ho lacks a few months of at ono titno had thought of taking School I find his aid a ruby beyond F Lincoln Circuit Court orders. Then he had been visited by a price. It will servo mo well, I feel "lie lacks a fow months? You'ro sense of unworthiness a doubt of his more than sure. Keep straight dear nurc? I'm very glad to hear It I'm Alt" llllk, AC, II II I CO.NTI.NUKI FKOM LAST lSSCK. Ste In I'qiiliv V II. Hawk .c , Dell , capacity to play any save tho meanest brother, nnd study hard in tho profes- enormously glad to hear It" Ho continued to speak with lowered in that throng of humanitarian sion you've chosen. I think that there Xart Ily virtue 0(1 imlcinvtit rrmlrrtil in tlir ulic s churchmen whoso creeds ho honored, really may bo a good chance for you eyes nnd mouth pursed rumhiatlrely at the Mart It term, iS;i, nt mi,- - coat, A ROMANCE ' I Mill 011 yet whoso intellects ho might never here. "I didn't wnnt to bo too lata. I dreaded hated New York at first, but I I might be. And I wanted to bo equal. More than that, his health was nm far moro reconciled to it now. that May 1891, send her from tho room." Ho glnnced somewhat frail; he had inherited his Much that tho English call vulgarity on time." delicate constitution; tho wear in this land is merely a national dif"On time?" repented Gerald. his wife, who stood nt Thorn-dykefather's toward At being nnd tear of such an ecclesiastic life as ference in tho way of doing things. Thorndyko lifted his eyes. "Yes. the 11 1 ir or thereabout, I.nuolnIhe first rfav f elbow. "She's been my curse May trim, of the immly cour , my murderess!" tho one he should struggle to live would There are traits of New York refine- Thero were reasons." door in Minfi.rd, K tllle'orr tlir at public miction to the lni;hitt bidder Ihe folio ' "Egbert!" reproved Thoradyke. easily maim his powers. Two or three ment that can bent bomo London ones "Dr. Thorndyko," tho young man rerlbetl "It's true, Boss. Make her leave us years before she died his mother per- all hollow,' as you would say. dear turned, curious und mystified, "may 1 bA I fact of property, t witIn Lincoln count .iixl MiuaUl Ky., and bounded thui lUyinnInf at a hiukeye ask you, nlr, whnt those reasons arc?" ceived this, and her negative counsels boy." together." curticrlo) M LiMit thencf N n'j, W "Oh, nothing," answered tho doctor. k.c ij llntt to a Thorndyko turned to Gcorglun, who formed his final reasons for not enterAfter several more months came a letine at n cte xt i irnrr ii By liDGAR FAWCETT. had begun to tremblo nnd weep. Ho ing the church. On the other hand, bho ter that shocked and by no means "Nothing, I assure you." lame, theme with Ihe linn nl nine N 4t iMile link tt a iont near a branch, thmce N. But Gerald was secretly very dissatiswent out of the room with her, but soon had fed in him an inclination for legal pleased Gerald. Ills brother had quite h j polo Dnka to atone corner to Ca trr came back. pursuits, and now that she was dead ho suddenly married a young American fied with that "nothing." which struck GJ, S.vdilk'i . it an thenre with line of San HoVe J. 45SW tpot" h Unit, tlienre N 8.r, w , Ill as he was, Mnyiiard now insisted brooded upon her advice. He would by girl whom ho described as possessing mm as less diplomatic than repellent puict f link, to a ktotie inrner In an on talking. He told the young doctor a no means Iks penniless; the law was an much beauty and every charm of cultJennliiKi llnr, thtn.eS ' w 8 He9 lnilm , great deal, and Anally placed in his eminently "polite" profession; one could ure. Her name was Lucia Fythlan, and Mime corner I J Jeniilrj;,, roiitinulni; v, it It the i lines IiiH W jtlinkt loa corner Hor hands tho letter nnd manuscript for practice it thriftily without either she was the daughter of a gentleman to llratdnle thence wth hit line S ' U Sj'lvnn. If ho failed to state what was oratory or any other sort of aptitude who now wus dead but who once had ,lnV ; lone. hi ,orner, iheiite At llm vllrrut. 1, . .. . t Tt line S fty W m4 polet t hnl. lo cornerwtn the contents of the envelope, this omisin oca iigniiu it was another matter, been a jurist of great note. "Lucia Is Full of Startling Incidents. aainranil It, II Klntr'j theme with Kluc a line sion sprang entirely from his growing out to Iks prosperous in it wns another his orphan child," w rote Sylvan, "and ." t....?6,M,,r lftl'lllt.. a hrntliiit. Mi miner III William.' line, thriico with bodily distress, which defied Thorn-dyke- 's stilL Poor Sylvan did not perceive tho when I first met her she was tho ward tall line N. (So I pole. I) nil. toation.-- Willi tm, cruer. llim. t full sarcasm of hU changing from a of an austcreaunt who sowed the housenppcasing efforts. a direct line lo the Itciiiiiiiic, ".My dear Egbert," the latter at length would-b- e clergyman to a would-bhold nir with little jibes and sneers if CHAPTER III. said, "you really mutt not speak again. barrister. But one day, not far from her poor niece ventured to ask for anew She pave n great start when she saw Containing IOO Acros Land. the time nt which he quitted Cambridge pair of gloves. It was horrible, Gerald, "him. "I low could you be as mad ns It is suicide, and" "If it is!" broko in the suffering man, with decent honors, an American and It woke my warm pity. Love soon rthls?" she exclaimed. "Uon't you Trrmt Sale will made on a mill of ,, who wns taking his de- slipped into my heart by tho same door know that you run the risk of killing' with despair, born of courages "I can't inonlht. punhaer belnc rripiurd to )r Jnst the night through, and you know gree in the same year made him a very which pity had left ajar. I dare say It with approved teciinty, hearing f. perrtttiilr inter .yourself?" cent it, Boss. Ah, if there only were a cordial proposition. This young gentleet fioma date until paid, hatint; Ihe lurce and ef is often just like thnt with us; don't you "I mn the risk of being killed by feci nl judgment and with a lien on Ihe land till you," he snid, witli a voice bleak in chance to brew that liquid before I go! man was named John Wilks Bathbono think It Is? Well. Lucia Is my wife, all the purchaie m nry it paid jiJ tale will I., 3d., and not the least sign of character now, nnd a fond little wifo she makes. made lo tatitty a claim of i.. with ft per cent itself yet sounding all the htrangcr be- But it would need three days, at the interett tloimu from Srpt ift, i8., until paid anl very least, and those of almost constant and personality which he possessed was I am perfectly happy or would bo but cause of those days of dumbne&s. $i preltahle cot of thit action Nild land will t. a marked fondness for Sylvnn. Ho for yourself, dear brother. Of course 1 wild luhjrct to Ihe rrortgagecf the Mutual Life "By mcl" she broko out shrilly. watching." Inaurnnce Co cf J 1,000 with 6 per cent intercom Just as his voico died away into a liked to record himself as the grandson always can spare you something until "What do you mean? Hut you mustn't inereon irum sept tc iHnt until paid (. M OA M,M C I C C answer you mustn't speak, you must hollow monn Georgina slipped within of Judge John Wilks Itathbonc, now on your own future prowess puts you firm? the room. Her hands were clasped like the verge of seventy nnd still shining ly on your feet Still, you will underonly go straight back to your bed." TIip kcojer gave the lion n lnrge piece in New York as that unhappily too rare stand that my living expenses must now "I trill speak a little," he replied. "I a suppliant s as she glided up to her personage, A( Aa ujMttAM one of our indircs whose re- - undergo a marked augment and ' of meat tnZf say this much, Georgina: that I be- - husband's Poet Does he get that often? "Oh, Egbert," sho quiveringly said, pnte no fleck of sollure hns touched. Gerald read no more, for the present Imrn 'nuirk iaima tn Iiaua ...l.SU ... Keeper He gets it twice a tiny. mcI Sylvan's fnend was an amiable youth. ill and stolen a certain flask. It's that .. Poet (with chuped hands) "What a .. you?" he echoed, with a II c i iui sieiiuer nienuii endowments and a ui i. ... .i m uvtn Bvurciiiug iur. ucnocr it up sneer. Ikxui it would K if I only could get a love for his native land which English "Thief and assassin!'' to me if you have it" She shrank backward an instant, but association could not annul. IKiMtion as a lioti hero! Tiu.ih biftlngs. "I'm an She changed color a little, nnd said then rallied and reapproachod the bed. American and I'm proud of it," coldly: "1 don't at all understand you." "I believed I was doing right in tho was a phrase nearly as often It Wn n Oni shli.,1 CiiiitrruMtlini, "Oh, yes, you do. Come, now; givo eye of God I believo it still; I can't on his lips The little girl who talks to her mothns the Morris mo the flask. You dare notfdeny that cigarettes which he bought lnrgely In er in tho ruilroml car started another you have taken it, Nobody would have St James' street He had been sent to of hur mother tho done so except yourself." Cambridge by his renowned Now York other day as tho train w.is dmhiii llcr lip curled and she grew paler. grandstre, and pcrhnps nn Important nlonir to.viirl NVw York Th inju"This is so senseless of you," she mutfactor of his fondness for Sylvan wns dicious mrtdcr w.vs rttnliiix tered. "How could I possibly know ! "Main-iiithe -- n! parentage of Eglwrt you didn't to Mr. there wasnny flask that contained your Maynard's son. Incessant associntion Brown wlu-:- t ve tfot on." s.iy tho child. elixir?" IC. with English people had never altered FAIOIICR, lier mot iter d u not hear litw. "Ahl" he cried, "hare I ever referred his American accent, and at the time of "Slies riicht in f ro.H of us. to the elixir? There spoke your own w.i his departure from Cumbridgo ho This in n Ion whihrr. guilty conscience!" His anger made spoke, as the phrase has it, no less him look like some vengeful ghost. He "An:i't yon cvwr ifoinjc to sptttk to STANrt)KI), KtNTlCKY. "through his nose" than when ho had raised one clenched hand. "You heard Hat a Harder Shop nn Main itreet, just planted his foot, several years past, "No. drtir." n.rirs timminii, not liftme talk in my delirium nbout thato INirtiiian llou.r and latilet a hare nf jioir r.KAi.n CIll'MU.l) THE TAPER IN ONR on British soil He was the acute Mirona(e Prompt attention toeulililc calli and flask!" ho went on, "orelse you had ing heri'VeIIA.N'I). 10 IiiIim and eluldrer neciJi aiieuu of the Yankee Anglomnnlnc, nnd Worn spied on mo during those days I worked "Not if she uk s buck what hho wild mM ' the latett tyle with nealnrti and di. though he let Boole nttirc him with n but crushed tho paper In ono hand with alnjiit the choirr patch so hard, after I had been fool enough to SS 'in modish felicity that might have found his fair Saxon skin crimsoning below let you learn my secret You don't "No. dear." favor at Sandringham Itself, thero was his sunny locks. want to hnve my death on your soul? Some of their iioighlxin Itegin to a keen cut of his thin face and n lax It was cruel of Sylvan to servo him smile, nnd general conversation goes out No? Then get me the flask. Do not abandonment in his lank figure thnt told such a trick! But nevermind; he would of fashion for the time. lose a moment get it!" He went up persistently of transatlantic birth. move heaven and earth, now, to show to her nnd grasped her wrist as ho "And I can't go to hor houo again''" 5?siwr," "Come nlong with me to New York," that ho could shift for himself. ended. He was greatly incensed against This vrenrwm:nzmm "No. dear." he kept persuading Sylvnn, "nnd study was the unjust British Juw of her, and yet any personal roughness, HBLkinrnlEnSt "Has she got it onT' for three years Xq be a lawyer at tho Still, lot Sylvan keep all, would have been impossible to such a Thero i no answer to tins question, Columbia College You say since he legally had It man ns he. Thnt grasp of her wrist "I'll live on a nnil soon in a still louder wliis-ie- r roines: HAVE MEltCV O.N' ME, KOnERTl" you haven't got any relations in Amer crust a day." fumed Gerald, "rather and, perhaps, the sternness of accusa"Maininu, is that tho bonnet that you tion in his enkindled eyes as well, help believing it But nt tho samo ica except cousins ever so far removed? than play pensioner. This Lucia told pap abo'it''" AILE6 Fythlnn (who possibly married Sylvan caused her to sink at his feet Ho had time your accusation is so horrible. All right if you haven't Grandfa"Vim. darling." Ml give you a start, I know. Grand- just to get those pairs of gloves that her made her afraid of him, and possibly ho Think: To call me your murderess me, ther 'WfoVZmJzJsSMEZZiWaUW .$ "Are tho.,. tho feathers?" had stirred her conscience also. She tho mother of your children! Ah, take father '11 do any thing I want him to, mint was so stingy nbout giving her) "Yes, dear." was a woman with an immensity of back this awful charge, Egbert! I don't now that I've humored his whim that I bhan't be bored by nny nuisance of a "What made yon sho looluil like conscience, though tho tremulous words deserve it! If if you should go before should go through Cambridge. Besides, brother-in-laoverseas. I'll turn sweep a fright 111 iff" your father was an American, nnd you first: by Jove I will !" that she now addressed to him would you had the chance of saying not No answer to this. ought to go back there and live. Oh, Mutns it happened, there was no need have implied that she had been very far but your anger spoke, why, then" "You told jtup.1 h." it's a magnificent country. Sylvan, nnd for Gerald to turn sweep. Hardly a day from violating one of its high and ex"Both spoke," he returned, with a "Yes, dear." Bort of icy hoarseness in his tone. "You there a man's a man, I can tell you. Ho after he had made this proud resolve, a tremely mystic laws. "Mamma," in lotidor whisper, "she's I can't give you that flask," she robbed me, and your theft will cause doesn't hnve to take off his hat nnd stranger called at his rather humble looking "I at you." Making direct connection in Central Union Btammered, there on her knees before my death. The law may not call it truckle and grovel to every lord ho lodgings. Gerald read "Dr. Itoss Thorn-dyke- " d. pot for Some one titters. meets." on the card handed him, without him. "I I did hear you rave about it murder, but justice calls it so." St. I.oui. Michigan Point. " Chicago, "Yes. dear Sylvnn could not help reflecting that nt first the faintest thrill of memory. Dflrolt, when you were out of your mind with while thus speaking, had Cleveland. Ilullalc, "She hxiks mini." Indlanaiwli and tho Wett, fever. For that reason I I came here raised himself quite high on the pillows. there was a number of "lords" just then Soon afterward it flashed upon him thnt Canada, New England, "Yes, dear." As he ceased, his wife caught his hand at Cambridge by whom he wns certain- his father's old Cambridge friend had into this room and found it" The braketmm slums tho door and tho IloNton. "Found it!" ho faltered, with both between both her own. Thorndyko ly not expected to perform any such borne that name, und he went to meet Ilaltimoie, Philadelphia, strove to push her back with one arm, servile acts on meeting thrtn; but still Dr. Thorndyko with a sparkle In his mothur looks up from her book just in Wa.hington. time to llarrodburg, Frankfort, Ky hands limply falling at his sides. "You QmcVett mean that you " whilo he shot tho other benenth tho the idea of "seeing America" and pos- - azure 03 c and a heartiness In his hand- time to hoar the child go on: Kirhmond, VIKCilNIA Shorl'tt and "I guess she heard what you said about Qulckett line lo "Destroyed it, Egbert? Yes; I did sick man's head as It swerved sideways slbly profiting by the splendor of astray grip which cheered tho visitor like a tho bonnet." destroy it." She rose and looked into with abrupt inertia. But Georgina smile or two from that mighty man. mngical draught "What bonnet, dear?" "1 see lots of your father in you," his glassy eyes as though fearful that would not be pushed back. A fierce Judge Bathbonc, allured him not a lit- "Mr. Brown's. You said" Boss Thorndyko at length said. "Hls cry left her lips, and she dashed for- tie. Ills brother Gerald stood in tho murder might be ambushed there. "Stop your chattering," says tho Solid Train, haggag cart, imokingcan and way of such a project; ho was dearly tycs were gray, mil yours wouitl be ex- "You destroyed iU" ho gasped, re- ward, with the exclamation: while a blush steals up from coachea, Pullman lloudolr Sleeper through with, fond Of Gcrnlri. trimm), KTirnntittine tlilnlr. actlv likn tlllm If tlw.v nurn nnl 1.1.... ceding from her. In an instant sho saw "Do have mercy on me, Egbert! Do outchanire via Chattan.oga, llirmlngham, Merld her throat to her forehead. "Don't open tan making direct connection en route for Jng him almost blasphemous in his in- -' And so your brother Sylvan Is In that there was no danger of personal remember " Kno. to religious things. And yet j 'cu? "mv unfortunate that I should not your mouth ngain." Then sho rejubi ville, Ahevillr, Lynchburg and point in the But thero sho paused. The pillow, assault, and as he sank, breathing heavagain, but she forgets to turn iuges, and ily, into a chair, she went close to his the bed clothes, had become with horrid Sylvan began to muse, why should n nve known It, who have lived in Chlca-yeside. or so of separation be held of such K 'or an nge. I might so easily hnvo the blush lingunj in her cheek until tho suddenness one scarlet witness of her great account? There had onco been . looked him up before I boarded tho train draws into tho station and the "Egbert, I thought your trying to do husband's death. psjplf crowd out from the car. Now At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbu, Wllmln any thing like that was a crime a And after that death Georgina May- enough money for four of them; thero ' Ktiiirnir in V,t. VnA ton, Charleston, Augrnta, Macon, Savannah. dreadful crime against God. He is all- - nnrd was never ngain the samo woman. would surely be enough now for two. "It's too bad that you didn't know ho York Tribune. Ilriin. wick, Lake City Thoniatville aud FLORISho had been left just enough money to h,very thing hud been left by their En- was there," said Gerald. "You told me DA point, Cot tlin Heat. 'Ihconlvllne running totid train with choice live In fnlr ense with her two boys, glish mother (who had received all his a few minutes ago, think, that you A man. after eating a very poor dinPullman lloudolr or Palace Sleeping Cart to Jack, while at tho same time faithfully effect- property intact from her American hus- greatly wanted to see him." tonvillr without chance lor jiiv rln. r,f . ,.... H ... u.;4KC "Yes, greatly. I crossed the ocean ner in a third class restaurant, leaned I.H..M t.... ing their education. When the boys band) to the eldest-borBut Sylvan back and asked tho negro waiter how Selma and Montgomery. Huntiville, Decatur. were a little older sho removed with was willing to share his last pound with for that purpose." Horence. Mcmplnt and Alt KANSAS pointa. much money was due. Still, both Iwys wanted them into tho country and took up her Gerald. "Just to see Sylvan? Really?" Soortett and ijuickett to Anniaton, .Selma, Mo"SoK'ntK-fi- ' cents, sah." bile. Hncct connection made at NKW OR. moro pounds if they could get Dr. Thorndyko slowly nodded. Ho dwelling not far from that parsonage LKANS "What, for tho wing of a chicken and Houttnn, without omnibus transfer for (ialvettoet of her dead father where Maynard had them, und both were willing to seemed to muse in the most absorbed Autin, for first met her "and won her love. Folk work them as welL But way. Gerald watched his nged and al- a pit-- of corn bread?" TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. "Yes, sah." baid of her that she had grown sour and dollars were easier to get than pounds; tered face. That grayish beard, thoso Vickaburg, "It's outrageous! I never heard of The only through line to Jack ion and connection hard, though it was true that her reli- to this effect youug Bathbono saplently lined features, that baldness which enMisa. , Shrcveport La., making direct without ominhii tranTer for Dalla Fort Worth, anything like it before!" gious devotions became pcrfervid with assured the elder brother, who shared nobled his fine brow just as it sometimes "Boss, lemmo tell you. Yer looked A limn San Antoma, hi Pato and point in the fresh lapse of years. As a fact, nearly the large faith which has lately grown betrays and cheapens others all wero like a man dat wanted do bos' an' I gin TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. all her cold curtness of manner was an up In England that "tho States" and marks of change that had their saddenoutgrowth' 6?' that mental fret wrought quick are very closely ing effect upon his own youth. For it it ter ver." For through rate correct county map and lull "Tho liest?" by remorse; for though the smart of a allied. Gerald, on his side, fired nt the Is true of us that when we are young information call on Agent at lunctlon Citv. K "Yas, sah, fur dat wuz do wing o' do or addrctt W WOOLLKV, burn may rouse in us temporary forces mere idea of an American residence. the matured features of thoso whom wo .. i.' Ifltr Pat At of endurance, what if no lotion should He wns going to bo a doctor, he! Med- have last looked on as freed from all games' chicken in dis country. Ef yer 'C C.I.ARVBV. D Vi'KlVwXkiis. Vice President, ever dull Us pangs, and the nerve cen- ical questions were already of the deep time's harsher touches, assume ominous wanted common chicken, w'yn't yer G. P. T. A. Cinclcnati. O est, import to mm, nnd us Sylvan ono hints and mcnninirs which have their say so?" Arkansas Traveler. ters where lurk our sociality and y should in consequence turn as day laughingly told him, his Greek roots In our human hatred of either seSwent Cliurlty. unfit for their ofllec as the slackened roots threatened to turn into those of nility or death. Mrs. Uptodato Tho committeo has fmnrrt HE OIIAM'KI) Hint HV THE HAND. "faT cords of violins? It was this dreary of rhubarb and quinine. "If thnt should "Yes," replied Dr. Thorndyko, "just stato of living that caused Mrs. May- prove tho case," Gerald as gayly an- as you say, to see Sylvan. And he's decided to stop sending clothing to the merciful to us; if it had been ilis will nard to be thought the' heathen during tho summer. Wo are swered, "I shall be more pleased married, you tell me, and that wo should live an instant longer hnrshest woman in hergrimmest nnd to transplant them ull the Western toil. yesterday heard tho news. you'veit but going to work in a now Hold. deinto Uas ouiet native than we do naturally live, He would English village. She Mrs. Lovotogivo Indeed? Whenever I go up to Loudon I've a pressed you?" rehave given us His holy sanction. Only frain from shutting out could never Mrs. Uptodato Yes: wo are jroin: to To euro itiilntMncea, Sick Hciilaclic, ConsU- "Very much." Gerald nurmured. all her spiritual morbid impulse for strolling through lntlnn, .Malaria, Liver r ' n . t.il a evil could have come of your discovery, sunshine with tho dark realization Rend the clothing to tho seaside resorts. Hurley street. I begin at Then he said tho safo rnd ttlt.i which I believe your intellect quite able she had dealt her husband his that Square and end at Begent's Cavendish it his father's more, and while he said j. Now York Herald. death. old friend most Intently I'ark; to have achieved. But L'glert, it was Not that she was ever able to believo I count so many doctors' plates on and libtened. SMITH'S tho ULN. for your own good for the sake of your her act in destroying tho llask a really Alunj a Tliero. "Gerald," he broke forth, as tho that I grow depressed at Dashnwny Say, old man, I wish you j wrong one. naivuuuii aiicr ucai.it lor .," Still, Its results (as bho their multitude. It consoles me, Sylvan, young man finished, "I know exactly in... ,u.u .u...i :.. j..u ..:.... uii'ii in tner inroat. iter ' gloomily accounted them) had proved to reflect that there may bo no such why this marriage has disturbed 3011. would tell mo where your tailor is. 1 husband's eyes had closed, giving him appalling, and for years a ceaseless place as llarlcy street in New York, 1 oil re not yet through your course of like his work and I want to order some , .. literally the look of a corpse, "Get me battle was waged between her shudder i umups .1 n i mere isii u i in decidedly cu medicul study here in England. You'ro clothes. thr N.M,I.,NIo ffollttla Tlofliialothn back to bed," he murmured. "I have ing conscience nnd the Travers (gkomUy-Y- ou will find him UolUo) IUKY Alii: TMK MOaT CONVltNlLNT. rious to go there and find out for my afraid. But my boy, don't fear a this frightful weakness, and this, sense yiarH, at my houo. Clothier and Furnisher. nor sectarian minute longer." And he put rice Illlfllltl.. . it was a bou of fiiiior llultlo. of " he tried to pronounce tho word dicta oi which neither laitii.ever gained i As it turned out, Gerald did not inake hand, which Gerald grasped, out hisi side battle in with a suffocation," and failed; yet in a few a victory; her soul was the field in which his excursive inquiries for some AROUND THE THRONES. timo Etrangc hope UM.llrtfoMelMwrKMorit.ii.ro. moro seconds, and while both hands it continued to be fought. Under its long after ho left Cambridge. Sylvan sailed brighten in his beglnuing to bloom and soul. '. f. SMITH ACO. II. tfr..t"lULr.Iii:aXS,-JT.lOUMO. pulling at tho woolen stun? which series of cruel bhocks her health at last away from him, however, in the comwere Tamaseso of Samoa is dead. "I have the world to face all alone, clad his breast ho demanded, with a succumbed. She died almost friendless, pany of Kathbone, and later Gerald sir, now," said Gerald. "That is, I hato Leo XIII is older than any cardinal. good denl of vocal clearness, that Dr. and with her two sons, now youths who pursued a courbo of medical study on to bo dependent on Sylvan, who can, Since his accession moro than sixty carThorndyko should be summoned. After ' verged on manhood, standing tcnrless English bhores. His brother wrote him hereafter ill afford." dinals have died. Among these are three his wifo nnd ii servant hud together though reverent while her grave was thut ho thought this plun best A man of his secretaries of state. "I understand," shot In Tot LOSTorTaMLnrO HAKHr onn. helped him back to his room und bed, closed in tho placid little English could btudy to be u physician in ono Ui3 faco beamed kindlinessThorndyko. ItJIMiTC ns he pur(q.mral and NERVOUS DEBrllf ii Tho Countess Edla, widow of tho late ho insisted on,, retaining tho gown in church-ynrwhere her father had long country and seek his patients in an- sued: "We must arrange all that We king consort of Portugal, baa which ho had clad himself. Ho did not ago lain down to rest. other. It was different with a lawyer. can, my boy, and wo shall. But first sell her husband's uuguiQccnt decided to bpealt collection Birriu.amta,l9iiiiTcurKDOait!isaPiBTtorAoiirT until Boss Thorndyko arNot that Sylvan did not mourn her "And I'm now u lawyer," at please answer me a question: How old of pictures. This gallery is ono of the mrftMUrrrrm to HOai aWH., rived, nnd through that interval (which dcatlu He war. now in his thirdyear at length continued to write, Sylvanfull is Sylvan?" Statu aa4rlcaCraalrw. WHuiuhZ" "in Dtterlptlta ll,iluiUnu4 etr. mn Uf 'walla ifZTiz fiucst collections in the world. Semi-Weekly Hath-bon- Interior Journal W. WALTON. OF laatcd nearly an hour) ho lay quite motionless, with eyea that woro tho vacancy of coma. But the instant Thorn-dyk- o appeared ho turned, grasping the vigorous and familiar hand of his friend. "Don't forbid me to speak, IUiss," ho said, with tho sudden flash of a forlorn smile. "I've only a short time to live. Help this awful load here on my lung?, if you can. But while you're with me 's S8LE. l)lc-tlcn- 1 Monday, 111! ili-- nth, TW BROTHERS i, coiirt-hoii- c 1 -- I 1 - ATHRILLINGSTORY Sant.-di:- I 1 1 "' -- 1 . o fellow- -collegian HP I -- I I bed-sid- e. I t. T ! . crov.-iiimiiiitto- n jjjnfe pp. ( semi-Americ- . MR II. TONSOKIAIj Arti-ilat- artist, t op-(- te op-posi- te - 111 mil. 7 jpfciife"' JPPsr u i JlfeSSE m 110 Law-Schoo- l. 1 k-i- ' Mnj-nnr- ' New York, , IW.W ilDBJLEANS, moth-rsteinl- I Amer-difleren-cc , ar tUAH..lDLCKrASa -- Ji 1 n. -- money-makin- g 1 A-- nmia-bilit- crtJt p--o vfi-- r. ... door-pane- ls -- ..... BILE will self-justifyi- rc HIS y.-Je- A M-- , pr IJ Ex-Kin- g FOR HEN ONLY! d ap-ii- ii ".; niNianiiiKS"?!"! TKtUTBIHT-a.Miut.V- 4li , t. .J a.: FAIR A HANDS n OF MRS. ! D. Story ill y It is repeatedly remarked that Mrs. It. the most Ivautgiil hauilH in the world Pcrliup the compliment in but certain it i that .Mrs. 1' 'h hands aro reinarkable for their shape and whiteness, and have been envied by all tho lady's friend during four or live ve.trs, or erer she ramie- over from England as the wife of rich old IJ. When tho bride first appeared in New York she win beautiful, but by no menus brilliant. In fact. ahe whs ignorant of the wot Id to a uigree mat lnuii'unii sue nan never had an opportunity to see anything of it Who she was in ISnglnnd whs a matter of serious conjecture to those who were couipclli'd to receive Iter as old II. 's wile. As time Nimed the young Kuglish girl's natural alert m- - enabled her to catch up the maimers and jsihsh of the people about her, and before long she was a great favorite because of her cleverness as well as her beauty Still there the mvstery of who she was, and supposed that the women it was not to who had long conferred the fairness of tier face and the iK'rfcctiou of her hands frhould rest wny until they had learned honiethmg of her origin. The correct tory ih supitoMl to Ik out at last, and, though it cannot Ikj vouched for here, it Old many is J worth relating. One U. his inhobbles reis of mits a crank. good bread. Ho lives plainly, but in addition to good tea and good butter he must have perfect bread. Ho was always extremely particular nlout tho servant who mixed the bread, mid insisted that she must have small, white hands that were kept in lino condition. When bu started on his I'uropean trip six years ago his chief appreheiiMon, as confessed to his friends, was that ho would not find bread to suit him. He could not enjoy bread that he did not know was mixed by wl)ito and pretty hands, and he felt that he should stitTer extremely ftom bread hunger. Iwcnuse ho would not dare to eat it in all places. It happened that the old fellow went out to Htop in a cozy little inn on the Thames while ho was in Ktiglnud, and on thoday of his arrival there he asked his jovial hoit who it was that would mix the bread ho was to wit. The host informed him that his daughter would erform Old U. wished to seo that the daughter, nnd was immediately enraptured on finding that the girl had the loveliest hands he had over been in his has Ml'l Mull W'lm I.I l mIMi III In llifiul. lluw ..round into turrets, with a plaited rullle of black laee showing beneath, are thought by some women to give a homelike expression to the toilette of a person serving informal afternoon tea. Ilur-lerBazar s' ed plecu as well. Largo black or white laco aprons are liked by some ft add v little dressiness to a too plain afternoon gown. They may be lined with colored satin or left Young ladies sometimes transiHirent substitute for tho narrow waistband a jHiinted bodice laced in the front. Black or colmed satin aprons, cut all tucked under tho pointed velvet bodico. : yery elegsnt imported apron shown by a fnnliioiiahlu dressmaker is made of equate of beautiful Turkish embroidery, with half a width of plain satin on each side, entirely covered with successive rows of black lace. The lowest row goes across the bottom of tho embroider- Tho yonng were innking it worse. t wero enthusiastic at tho of belonging to a trades union, nnd applauded a great deal. Many of them notes of tho speeches took shorthand jiwt for practice. New York Sun. women pros-c:c- THE WIGULAIHB, mMitcrmm 5 ca I'AVZZ&rte&F&S rwcHrsHBsM(fi3r. c.i VLA1K AI.KXANin.R'5 HOTEL,, Cticrk Your ll.ilij. j I' of the whole thing was stopped at the inn for six niontlis, nnd then married tho girl whoso hands had sweetened his bread during his stay. It is said in addition that for nearly n year tho young wife made Iict hnslKind's breakfast rolls with her own hands, but that by that time sho had learned a thing or two, and know that she could bo better employed in other fields than the kitchen. So old B. is forced to put up with a servant again, leing pamjK'red only on his birthday and Christinas, when his wife treats him to some snowy bread of her own kneading. New York Sun. that B. life. The upshot Wiuum it I'll) lrlin. During twcnty-threyears of asocia-tiowith women studentH mid practitioners I have known of hut fuw failnivs. know of ninny who On tlio contrary, havo nchioved fortuiiey, and who aro n lucrative practice. Prejudice? Ves, there is jirojitilico against them. Hut it is the wmio prejudice that does not allow women to have Iolitical suffrage; the snmo that objectH to women being anything but housekeepers nnil bnttertlie.s. There is no foundation for it whatever, and it will pass away in time. I find that foreigners, (.terniiuis uMMVinlly, who havo been ao- grixtomed to midwives in their own country take must kindly to female practitioners. it is the American peoplo that stick to the old exploded theory of woman's inability to own and manage property, to buy and bell, or to follow a learned pro fession. During the lost quarter century thirty-eigh- t medical colleges have been opened to women, and seven others are exclusively for women. In the went they aro more liberal than in tlio cast. There aro today upward of J1.000 women practitioners, whero twenty-fivyears ago there were but a score. It is argued that women dislike the sight of blooil. Of course they do. So do men. When I commenced the study of medicine I was fully convinced that women would not mako good surgeons. But a long experience has reversed that conviction. Many of them undoubtedly Ikxwcss the nerve to jterform any surgical operation. They do their work in a masterly manner and without flinching. Tho theory that woman's nervous and sympathetic nature militates against her in this connection is absolutely false. Dr. I'hoobo J. B. Wait in Ladies' Homo Journal. o n 1 g e tern-erme- nt About Apron. Apron 60 nro among tho useful kinds of work, aud "apron fairs" are conunon'nmong winter plans for helloing on a pet charity that summer tiiuo may bo wcU employed in preparing a supply of tho desirablo articles. There is quito a littlo fancy, among those oven who never wore an nprou, to begin now for tho sako of getting the coquettish effect tho littlo Siciliau npron gives to Emily Rigl, in tho play of "Mr. Barnes, of New York." As nearly as opera glasses enable one to detect, it is inudo of whito Ida canvas, friuged at tho sido mid on tho bottom, and worked in stripes across all the way to tho top with the Italian colors. Broad lines of drawn work and render distinct tho embroid ered stripes, and tho top is gathered and ornameu&W sep-ar- at I Waterproof Pit per. We have heard recently of an imitation tile which will stand water, but not fire, and for amateurs who wish to freshen the bathroom with little exjHjnso we recommend paper tiles. Ask at the hanger's for English tile paper, which comes in pretty nursery designs or in clean looking blocks of "bluebell blue" and white. Paste on the wall in the same way as ordinary paier, and then "size" with glue made thinner than for ordinary uao by a littlo extra water. After this is dry, brush over evenly with clear varnish, winch may le obtained at any paint, store. If the varnish is inado to cover the whole surface, the finish will bo such that any amount of splashlips. You take your Ixtby with you, dejwtit ing will do no harm. New York World. the sweet fac simile in an antechamber, I'luuiT llnlilrr. receive a check therefor, buy your An invention which has been patented and your ginghams undisturbed by anxiety, and when your purchases are in England, and which is being utilized made give up your check, receive your extensively by ladies going to the queen's baby nnd go out into tho cold world drawing rooms, is a small iosy holder. This dux ice is so constructed aa to fasten with yonr little one plus a now gown. seems to be no limit to human on the door iincl of the carriage aud to There jtossibilities, but we dot! our hat to Har- slip into a small socket attached to the lem and admit that it is the pnradiso for woodwork with screws. The slant oi tho newly married. New York Herald. the holder throws tho flowers forward, so that every bud, fern frond or orchid A It.. .ton (ilrf TIl-Ii-I spike is protected from injury. The I'lltlng Cxinn. A lady writes to one of the London flowers aro fn md to keep much fresher society imperii tho following remarkable when freed from contact with a hot story, which is very illustrative of tho hand, and ladies who havo endured tho mass of twaddle constahtly written strain of holding a bouquet for hours in aliout tho American girl in HuroiH'. She a tightly gloved palm will lw glad to Is; dates lmr letter from Nice aud continues: relieved from such an ordeal. A pretty Boston girl was going to a York Coiiuueicial Advertiser. very smart dinner one night aud an How sIik Ki'Wtrl Arrext. equally smart ball the next; sho wore a They aro telling a story that the tax white dress, and this is how she made sure of the white kid Isxlice being quite collector down in New Gloucester a few Ierfect in fit She has a very good nat- days ago felt coinielled to arrest a young ural figure and has acquired an ex- woman for lion payment of tuxes, and tremely slender waist, which was laced that he attempted to mako tho arrest in to its smallest (Kwsiblc limit. On this when on the highway. Tho young womoccasion the kid was damped and then an being in excellent health, by no sewn on, so as to have no visible fasten- means fragile or of insignificant avoirdu-K)is- , Kit right down and refused to ing. Tho result was that after sitting in a warm room for two hours her figuro mako any exertion to helf herself. The was as neatly incased as if in a tight tax collector is not a giant, and he couldn't lift her. It is not recorded how fitting glove. Tho same damping process was fol- hard he lifted, but he didn't movo her, lowed with regard to the tiny whito aud nn arrest was lost by insufficient Lewiston Journal. shoos, which were made to fit her baro constabulary. feet tightly, ami thus insure a very good for Little Hlr.lIrN Snke. fit over stockings. She did not undress During tho molting season put n for the two days, resting on a sofa for the night and wearing a tliin dress over rusty nail in the canary hird's water, or her white kid bodico in the da'. She nrovidu it chopped yoke of egg. If tlio was immensely admired by all the men liinl drops Iistlely, get a tonic at the she met on loth nights, and the jealous hird store. Keep thecageoutof draughts, criticism of many of tho women testi- and in a light, airy room, cover tho hot-- , fied to tho fact that her exquisite figure, torn with lino gravel, havo tho water al-which had cost her so much trouble, has ways fresh, and mix tho canary seed with hemp and raisj seed. If theso pains reaicd a reward. aro taken, tlio bird will pull through in good voice New York Journal. l Vny to an Infant. Tlit The liost way yet devised to dress an Mrs. James A. Ciartield is president of infant is in four garments, as follows: A pinning baud, which does not pin, but tho Cleveland auxiliary of tho American and made the nddress ties; a diaper, with an outside protection; McAll a woolen pinning blanket, tied also, ami of welcome at the recent national gathover these a gown, ojk'ii in front a per- ering. Of the work sho wiid, "All defect gown if baby's own views were ex- nominations of Christians, all good find hero a field for united effort, pressed, with gore under tho arm to insure against binding seams, and in every and to each has come a great good in the other way devised for use and not for lesson of tolerance nnd loving kindness." hindrance. Tlieo garments are so made It must bo delightful to bo a lady that they can all be laid upon the lap before tho child is taken into the arms, mayoress in tho British empire. A short when he is gently laid into them and time after her husband's elevation to the without turning him over they are put on. mayoralty, tho lady mayoress of Dublin This is the result of intelligent study was blessed with the arrival of an infant to rcalizo hygienic demands, in them son, and now tho peoplo havo collected baby's liody can havo tho free play neces- boino iI.OOO wherewith to present to this sary to healthy growth; ho will not havo lucky child a cradle of solid silver, ricH and beautiful in design. to stand on his head while his undergarment is being changed, aud when he Professor Jtena A. Michaels, dean of wants to kick these skirts will nut hopetho Women's college of tho Northwestlessly bind him down. Tho physiology of mammalia requires ern university, at Kvanston, Ills., nnd that while K'ing fed tho stomach should professor of French in its faculty, has lieen nppointed national lecturer for the Iw kept upright, so always see, therefranchise department of tho National fore, that baby is held erect, or V. C. T. U., with Mrs. Zerelda G. Walwhen taking his meals. A recumlace aud Mrs. Laura M. Johns. bent osition is ouo cause, tho doctors say, of infant mortality. If his head is Miss Elita Proctor Otis has ceased to allowed to bo lower than his body, as it bo New York editor. Tho young lady frequently is when ho is fed from a bot- has returned to Paris, hnving disposed tle, there is danger of strangulation. of Tho Saturday Roviow while sho was Magazine. Ada Cono in Jcnuess-Mille- r iiero. MissOtis did not drop very much on this venture of hers into journalism, A Typewriters' Union. makTho Women Stenographers nnd Type- although it has not been a money ing one. writers' union came into the world Tuesday night. Tho charter members, Among tho latest of women's clubs ia thirty bright looking young women, ouo formed for "Information, Inspiramost of them wearing eyeglasses nnd tion and Improvement." We think these dressed according to the spring fashions, three topics are too important to bo disassembled at the rooms of tho Working cussed within tho limits of any club of Women's society, 20 East Fourth street, men or women, but should bo taken up listened to soul stirring speeches about by nil householders nnd homo makers. the rapid strides which their profession was making to ruin, and then with great Missouri believes in the equality of determination decided to do all in their sexes in tho matter of religion, at least. Iower to stop it Miss Ida M. Yau Mrs. Mary E. Miller, Miss Carrio Carter Etten presided. Sho said that several and Miss Alico Smith havo been orladies hud come to her and told her how dained ruliug elders of the Cumberland tho wngqs of btcnographers, which onco Presbyterian church in Stoddard county. averaged twenty-fivdollars a week, were now aa low as fivo dollars, nnd that Julia Marlowe receives through the this had led her to call the meeting. mail an average of one offer of marriage E. F. Underhill, tho veteran stenog- a day in every town where she plays. rapher of tho surrogate's court, spoke All Miss Marlowe asks of a town is a about tho present state of the profession, good engagement, and yet sho rejects all, and said that incompetent instrucUn these offers to get one. pa-je- r rib-Ikh- is 1 lli-n- Talk aliout ICoch, of Berlin, and his lymph, why, a greater than he is Koch, of Harlem, who gives you a check for your baby while you wander through his store in search of the latest spring novelties Harlem Iikh hounded conspicuously to the front, has solved the greatest puzzle of modern civilization namely, What to do with the bsby when you go shopping. No problem ever wrenched the eoul of woman us that one has. Squaring the circle, htihHumI motion and the other hiartrending enigmas which have come trumping through the corridors of time are nothing in comparison. Spring gai incuts must lw had, even if the heavens fall, and the baby can't lo left alone. This "must" and this "can't" havo Wen in deadly feud for ages, and no giant intellect has ever arisen with the noble mission of hitching the two into a double team like a couple of thoroughbreds. But now Harlem forges ahead with the cry of "Eureka!" on her Tor I.inly 'Cyrlliit. Devotees of 'cycling will wolcomo the advent of a divided skirt which has lieen on view at .Mrs. Cooper Ockloy's. The garment, which is intended specially for 'cyclists, looks like a jwrfoctly innocent ordinary walking skirt, made in light borge. with a kilting showing through the Vnndyked tnb at tho bottom. More closely iiisxctetl, it proves to be without a foundation, but some distance from the foot of tho skirt a width of material is attached, yith embryo dual garments inserted in two The only drawback to the openings. skirt will bo that it prevents the free circulation of air, and may be found clone and warm. However, it is safe, and in cases of accident extremely modIt has ls-eest. approved by Mrs. Behrens, a well known lady 'cyclist, and by Weounte-Herberton, who wishes it to be exhibited at the forthcoming ra- THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Day. Cor. ELECTRICITY An Iiiki-iiIoi- FOR NOTHING. tional dress exhibition. Moieury. Birmingham ' Mini Thrifty Itutliiiry Mini AtohN Tit) hi); Money for (int. There is one man in Boston to whom the West End Railway company is a great convenience outside of the ad- a. c. sim:. J X. MENEFKE vantages he derives from the organization in the way of transportation. This worthy citizen resides in the Roxbury district, and almost directly in front of his dwelling U one of the large iron guy 1osN which supports the trolley wire. Now. it is a well known fact that the The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. overhead system of the West End company is so constructed that a large LUMREK, SASHI, , amount of the electricity generated at DOORS, CEILING, the different jkiwit stations is lost before it reaches the point where it perSHINGLES, ISLINDS, SIDING, forms its work by reason of defective inVerandah and Stairwork at city prices. sulation. This is caused by leakage of tho cur rent down the wet poles whenever there We carry a full stock of everything found in a isarain, or, indeed, ton large extent -when there is moisture in the atmosphere. It is estimated that over fiO Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract cent, of tho current generated goes to SINE & MKNEFEE, Stanford, Ky. waste, and what is more, tho company or building. has tried in vain to remedy the trouble. Now, the ingenious citizen iiIhjvo referred to was one day handling the water pijKJ which runs into his house, and was surprised at reciving a severe shock. This led him to investigate, and ho discovered that tho water pipe entered the building very near the guy post of the electric railway. Here was an Having Removed My Stock- not to be lost. Ho purchased some storage batteries, and after making a few experiments, which ho was enabled to do by a limited knowledge ol electricnl science, ho proceeded to equip his house with wires, lamps and othei contrivances. He then connected his storage battery Hack to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can with the electrified water pipe, and lit sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken soon had tho battery fully charged. From the battery he lights his house tn exchange. from top to Ixittom, and in the morning before going down town to business ho Kimply turns on the water pipe connection, and when night cftkies the battery is ready for its evening's work. Ho has "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a rosey-posething; been so lighting his dwelling for some time, at no inconvenience or expense, it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." Very soon nnd, m addition, he operates nn electric fan, a system of call bells and a burglar alarm. The West End people are by no means ignorant of the fact, but as the electricGardening time has come and you will find ity thus used would otherwise be wasted, ami as thecouiany is in no way affected by the draught upon its dynamos, the clever scheme is not interfered with. There is at lwist one man in Boston who considers the overhead electric system j a grand good thing. Boston Post. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KV. W. R. LOGAN, A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Jefferson, Court-Hous- e, Manager. Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, FLOORING, WOVEXT WIRE AITD SLuA.T PENCE. pr FIRST CUSLSS LUMBER YARD. REMOVED. tions, Etc., opjior-tunit- y Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- :b. :e irottt. y At A. A. WARREN'S "MODEL GROCERY" I lr' eo-pl- o, I'urnier I'milil' yueer Well. Joseph Pa nl us has made a discovery of A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, Whitejand Red a peculiar kind of oil or gas well on his Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Onion farm, three miles northwest of Goshen, Iud. Putilus runs a saw mill in one Landrcth's, FcrrX's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and corner of his farm and has it located near packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. the edge of a large innnch. Some time ago the water biipply which fed the engine loiler gave out. A forty foot ojwn well was dug and the customary iron piH driven down still further. Subsequently a good supply of water was obtained, and it was fed into tho boiler. Tho engineer noticed three or four days ago that the water acted strangely in tho loiler. He said it spluttered and bubbled. Tho water was examined aud found to havo a peculiar odor something hko that of artificial water gas. It Has the largest and was heavy and oily. This peculiarity increased, and the engine had to shut MOST COMPLETE STOCK down. The samples which have been Mihinitted here fchow a bubstanco in mixOF ture with the water of nbout the of glycerine. Unliko ordinary oil in mixture, it cannot bo disconnected ' ', ever shown in Stanford at prices or shaken into globules. It has a clear color, unlike that of regular ixjtroleuni. as low as the lowest. Paulas is jHisitivo ho has made a rich in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s btnke, and has sent samples to experts for analysis. Cor. Chicago Tribune. in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to who can do anything The y () Old, Reliable Jeweler in the Lead. A. R. Penny rcv yjrmmr&i Wntclics and Jewelry !. tlio I'niir IiikIMiiiiiiiiI Some jK'Ople are alarmed at tho buying up of American industries by English We borrow no trouble on syndicates? this score. The Englishmen always have to pay a pretty big price, and those they buy out are left to compete with them, in a tew years, if the business warrants. send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d A. R. PENNY. and I guarantee satisfaction. If tho English syndicates aro all stuck tho way some of the Scottish and English cattle companies havo been, it's another case of tho American getting the money and tho Englishman getting tho exjHjri-enc- e. semi-erec- t, We know of one cattle ranch in tho Pan Handle of Texas which was bought in 1SS0 for sjduO.OOO. It was sold to an English syndicate in 1SS0 for $20o.000, no improvements having been made ou it, and tho stock of cattle being less in $100,000 STRAW HATS. ."' 11 number and ioorer in quality. In fact, would have been a big price for it. Springfield Homestead. IVuny Life Insurances. conThe latest trivance is attached to the Paris cabs. piece The passenger puts his iuto a slot nnd receives an insuranco policy valuable for tho time he remains in the cab. If he is killed in tho vehicle his heirs get 0,000 frnncs. If ho is absolutely incapacitated by an accident he receives 1,000 francs, uud if he is injured sons to be incapacitated from work for a mouth ho receives G00 francs. Paris Letter. ten-centi- An Elegant Line Just Opened. NO 0LDj GOODS IN STOCK. lie Caught the Shad. Tom Cook, a famous fisherman of Chester, Pa., when he goes after a shad usually gets it. His lntest success puts nil other fishermen quite out of sight. Off Chester Islaud Cook got a four pound shad in his net, but the fish got back e into tho wuter. In a twinkling Tom dived after it, nnd for several yards it was a bat when Tom came to the eurfaco be had the fish by. ' York World. tho giUs.-N- ow Stagg & McRoberts.; j.'- -. . f Semi-Weekly Interior Journal AT Published Every Tuoaday and Friday ally supposed that tho members of congress who vote for them are the makers WWhen not o paid $2.50 will be charRed." of them. This is true only to a certain extent, for the of the tariff iu many c.ks write into the tariff bill K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the duties which they want. Thus by Train leave Itowland at ;:oo a. m., returning "ways that are dark ami tricks that nre NATIONAL at 5:30 p.m. vain" tho tariff bill gets into tho house L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of representatives and is voted upon by thirty-siOr MANrOtI) K jears, Is attracting considerable Congress. tho average member, who never stisjoct!s attention atovery stage i 3 I" Mail train jomg North Hume Clay, the nristoeiatie forger, " , 131pm South now many (intercut Handwritings were His daily programme, weather permit Capital Stock 1159pm Exrresi tram " South has donned the stripes and been placed to lw found in tho original draft of the ting, Is as follows. lie iies nltotit three! " North- " 311am IO,SOO hill, put there by men financially inter the morning and .6sotm in the broom factory as book keeper. Local Freight North P m 5 South. AttenlMin of the fiuMti is invilctl to tht (x t eatshe breakfast, estetl in getting high duties and olw Gov. Buckner refused to listen to the The latter trains alo carry pissenRers. that this it li.f t"il Nuimnal HnL in 'unfnt then walks undiently accepted by their political friends t'niler the rosinntef the Nalinnal Hani At. The above it calculated on standard time. Solar young wife's appeals. til 11, which is his ilewitor are ecureil tint only by the capi time is about 30 minutes faster on tho ways niul means committee. dinner hour, and IOS.W, hut ts the for the murder of his brothMoore, ltxl holder' Imhilitv lor After these protected interests get their rests until I that tlfritor rf ainnunt eiual lo the sIikW, Showers, at Elizabethtown, er this Institution are iecur--t- l hy a fund if 5c. , duties voted into law they are usually o'clock, when ho THE DESTINY OF MAN. a orn aWttmientt of tlinriuiililinli of the ha rise was held without bail, but was subsesilent aro like "Bre'r Itahhit, ho lay resumes his mart h lire nuile otcli eai iu the I'mtetl Sttle goven dv kkqvkst. quently released on a writ of habeas corlow." Not always so, however. Judge until 8 o'clock In liienl and its asset are esaminrtl at Mateit liru i by Eoscrnmtni agents, thus seiuiitif alJitilot There a timo e know not hen, Lawrence, the Ohio political shepherd, the evening. At pus, his bond being fixed at $2,000. anupcrle. t safety lo dcuilcik. A point we know not where, This institution has recently boasted of living the author that hour he has oriKHil' estahllsheil at I' says Milton Daniel deliverThe Sun supper and goes to Deposit llanlt of Mai. turd in tljB, then retirga That marks the destiny of man of tho wool schedules of tho McKinley bed. On ar ed himself to the jailer at Winchesteron wed at the Naticnal Hank nl Stanfnrit Hi line ae To glory or despair law Nalional Hank (.( Iiitliatlawisachui.se called tho he considers tho s again re ofRanlii--J as the hima mittimus issued against him for carrya time liv u unseen There is Stantorl in tsa, htt hatl prur neatly all unititer 'Sorting clause," which provides that self good forthiity milled eittencrr tj years It is better tuplitd That croses esery path, ing concealed weapons by a magistrate, the duty on wool "which has leon sort- miles or more, lie now villi tarilitira for transacting hiitinest prompt The hidden boundery between a who had fined him $25 and given him 10 lr nnl liberally than ever befote in lit lone Mil J ed or increased in value by tho rejection keeps to the railGod's patience and His wrath. Hoburitite i areer Accounts ef cef poratlrns, days in jail. of any part of tho original Ileeco shall road tracks, the films and intiitijtuls rtsprilfullt sol uarict, To pass that limit is to die, leil The new amendment to the prohib- to attend the war lectures in tho military be twice the duty to which it would be wheel of the bar To die ns if bv stealth; f this Hint it cottipitel ol I tie Doctory school of Berlin, antl take lessons in tho otherwuse subject." row Mug tlangcd itory law of Maine providing that the eight languages in which ho was 1' It tlties nor quench the beaming eye, fit the rails. I'oster. of Stanford; When the McKinley bill was under to Hrnthertoii is aciml.....l.. nii penalty shall be a heavy fine and rerestut Keiil ..iitlH ...! , Or pale the jf low of health. reputed to bo silent For . llsyitett, Mislord, The conscience may be at eae, prisonment for 00 days in case of single n number of yenrs u served in the saltan's discussion it was understood by the car- companied b an W. II. c. imoTiii:uTo.s It llaHthnian, l.iiKoln; b The spirit light and gav, thief of pet manufacturers that this language Irish setter, which l. J Miller, Ml Verne-sale, and for searcher- and seizure, went army Iu Kgypt; in lsV.s he was meant to apply to clothing wools, has loeii his partner tin previous loinrdiH r lls.ris I.lrrfoln, That which li pleasing still may please the great Prussian gvneral stall effeci' Sunday. into J. S lliMser Stanlard; And care be thrust hwuv. When tho war against Dontirir.; broke which bear specific. duties not to cartK't tiiuce journeys. The wheelbarrow man, ( A lteVry, Lincoln. B. W. Cowan and C. T. Mcl-in- e, out, In I'M, General Moltke sketched the wools, where tho duties aro ad valorem as ho has lecii dubbed, wears a coarse cor 1 Ui'l c,anforJ Hut on that forehead God has set V t, Wih, Stanfor lilaud-villplan of campaign antl assisted in its execu- and of courso increaso witli tho valuo of d'.iro suit, a sombrero, canton flannel and members of the same church at Indelibly a mark, W I lalc.Sutjfotl W. Va., quarreled on their way tion. The same tli'iigis true of the cam- the wool. Now, however, Judge Law- kult tintlerelothint; and etwrse shoes. He Unseen liy man, for nun a et Orlll KKs paign against Austria two ytirs later. rence h.iscoiuo forward and has had Sec- eviMTts to nmr out four txiir.i of slums on Is Mind and in the dark. II homo from sei vice, ami McLane sttuck This, Indeed, according to his own testi Lr Ms Rnbssits. the trii. Cs.hitr: Oh, where is this mysterious bourn mony, was tho first grand achievement of retary Faster to decide that this "sortCowan on the head with n fence-rail- , A A AiittntC By which our path is crossed, r CnrffST Hell. lledfiiril his life. "Tho good fortutio wan granted ing clause" applies also to carpet wools, fracturing the skull. lleyond w hlch Cod himself hath s orn Judge Lawrence says, "I wrote tho sortF.vtr. nine in a I; it Iseomes klHivrn 11. F. Kolb.of Alabama, commission1 hat lie who gues is lost ? ing cl'iue antl I know that it was so in- that then- orr. . c inter of the er of agriculture, and at times fatmetn'1 tended to apply." world ancient customs regarded hy the How far may we go on in sin Co. alliance candidate for governor and foil By tho operation of this clause somo Kenei tilt of mankind as li.ivltiK existunue How long will Cod lorbcar is accused of wools now imported will only In thu histories How ninny people end and where begin kinds of carpet Where does hope United States senator, The confines of despair have to boar double duty, which will are aware, for example, that the curfew la ef hTANKOKD. KV , charging raihoad fares for himself antl still tolled, antl th.it, too, Inoiipof the prosAn answer from the sky is sent perhaps prevent their importation his clerks up to the State when they now fully or afiitt and ready (ar buair.cti wi perous cities of the States Ye that from God depirt, Tho Hast Intlia wools aro always At any minorfew knew of I'ultedthe other It rode on freo passes. Kite, it repent. While it is called leading man- daj.wlieu some tatpnjersof until llodford, Paid up Capital of sorted before shipment. A New $200,000 Four drunken negroes were burnetl And harden not your heart. ufacturer snys of these wools, "They are Miws , protested against th further em Dr. Addison Alexander. to death in a box car, at a railroatl camp, Surplus, . - 15,000. to u.s: we no large plojnient of a "rliiKtir " of great importance near Chattanooga; after a firo in Rochesquantities of them exclusively for carIt is l that historic associations are One Step and Then. very kom! in their way, but they eotiio too St CCKSSOK to THU I.INCOI N' N T tOS'A!. ter the dead bodies of a man and woman pets." HANK OK SlANrOKI). the salary One step and then another A comparison of tlieso double duties hinh at i&. Mretir tliatU-iiuwere found and liye colored children ami It Is vid that the belt And the longest walk Is ended; on sorted cartwt wool with tho duties or the "ri liter;" Ik) ,rjir,t.,'rfr-'-s"Cs- v closing up) vnh Ihr umr atttsaudend lost their lives In a burning house in if vyMWw hoard at a distance of (Now is so loud One stitch and then another, Ihr taMr manarmeni. prevailing Ix'foro the Melvinley law was live or .six as to anil 11) provisssxis of lis ehailtr, drpsytttor Maryland all the same day. are is miles, that It tlloturb--i con longest mit is mended; And the pastsl will show the quality of Judge certs ami other In short. fully prolM led at aio tlretitPi iu Nat4cn vegetables in Small fruits and early One brick upon another, t Lawrence's wortli. Tho old duty on ... lius the war wL'e ,,,,-,.,.,- ,,, that It Is a nuisance. ,(,,., And the highest wall is made ; the States of the Ohio Valley are left in wool was 2J cents a pound where the over the time huiionsl Inn well ninli o1ho Iherrsp at the var value tfteiMit, in addiliru lo Hi; One flake upon another, a worthless condition at most market In tnch shan-li may M'l value was 12 rents a pound or less, and ft lete curfew l Tin iodiettionsaretli.it amount invested And the deepest snow is laid , gardening centers, and from the West cents a iound on wool worth moro than they who fauir eotitinmu tlmtiutom will eteculor adsniiiistratur, trustee, Ac, as ful y t COl'NT VOX MOLTKE. an muiYHJUji Then don't look disheartened carry their point, and that the curfew v. ho emrusird their hultinest A a ihnae to ui reports come of serious injury to the to me In my sixty-sixtyear," he ld, "to 12 cents. These duties were equal to 25 ; On the work you have to do, Itie l.mroln NalKaial ILsnk while growing wheat. Tho cold snap also ex- takeactie part in a campaign which was and 5J0 per cent, ad valorem, ro.sjectivt-ly- . will continue to "toll the knell of purling Stiflfeid. e htir lend) rmr ntanr thanks an-say that such a mighty Ui And trust they will sunllnue tittratusart iheir buiinsi Judge Lawrence hud both dutien day." You never can get through; tended Southward and did much dam- decisive for the future of Prussia and Ger- with Ms, hVfin at a (Hiuntrt fur jtrompt alien many." Sadowa, one of the bloodiest Inii- changed to ad valorem duties 82 jvr Hut justendeasor day by day linn la am stur twtnly years' vipritrn c i age. tlcs of modern times, ended this war ami cent, on wool worth less than A cents, hnwlmc and at liberal accsitnnsisJaMnmt at ale cur Another point to gain, of made Von Moltke's reputation. Charles J. Williams, a anient ilth mund hnnloisf and 50 jvr cent, above that Sorted wool And soon the mountain which you leared The campaign against Franco in 1870 will now pay 61 and 100 IHkC10K Mrs Webb, near Glen Mary, went to Will pros e to be a plain. jkt cent. was J J. W'Uhains, Ml. Vcrain; her house Tuesday night for the pur- fill one of the most complete and success WliaJ makes these duties all tho more military undertakings in history J. M. Iltl, StsiiltHd; pose of getting the $700 she had recently When France made the declaration, ami alwunl is that wo raise practically no NEWSY NOTES. J. S Ows'y, Stanfurd; ' carpet wool, finding ROYAL lli'fl S sf ' it moro profitable to received on pension. Her daughters tho whole tKHitilntioti of Paris wn.s.cniiig .S. J. Kmbry. Juiiifrd ;! Twenty-livStates iu the Union seeing him coming, barred the door, "A Berlin!" news was taken to Von pioduce clothing wool. More than s , j K l.ynn, SlisnUrd; of our wool imported is carpet A. W. Clrl.tr, MWtslsesille, have adopltd ballot refoim, Ohio being when the scoundrel fi ed through it, se- Moltke; when ho was in bed Hi answer was, "Oh, iery well the third portfowool J K Huuyhman, IlitttOnvillc , the lust. riously wounding Miss Mandy Webb. lio to tho left," antl he turned over ' K. Cash, b'tanfnrd ; . James Dot tun shoLatid killed anoth- He was sfterwards arrested, but made again and went to sleep. Von Moltke had Tlir V1iiiIdi (ilitk Trust. WHIUbi (tench, Stanford. Ky near liar-b- o named Moses Gibson, The window glass itiiinufacturer.shnve ' er nej-rS. II SItaaki, t'retHdetit bis escape by cutting out of la freight long anticipated this great struggle. This ' simple incident shows he was fully pre- gotten together antl put uj) prices. The nrville. J II. Ctler, car. pared with plans which no tactician or fact is thus commented upon in the edbss &W. M Hrljht, Teller Both the Mercer and Marion connty There is news of a sensational elope- general ever suspected. The details of i tori ;tl columns of tho lioatou .lounial of J II lUnih nsaii.t.riirial limit Keep ' republicans instructed for John V. Lew ment at Pikeville, the principals being that stupendous struggle, the fall of X.ijki-leoCouituerce: "The efforti on tho jvart of HI antl thu tumlardmcnt of Paris are is for governor. George W. Venters, a well connected tho window glass uinuntucturer to ad- The coast line of Alaska exceeds in minister of the Christian church, and fresh in the minds of all. It changed the vanco their prodnct havo lieen succis- map of Buropo and mado an empire of length by 3,020 miles that of al! the rest the young wife of Capt. Parsous, a lead- united Germany. ful, antl that article was advanced in " oi the United States. Von Moltke's Inter services were in tho price this week lo or 20 per cent, on preand politician of the mouning lawyer A 50,000 lire, which included a tains, and the whole section is wrought reichstag, where often he defended war as vious quotations. This advance is the splendid female college iu its wake, oc- up over the affair. The woman was a art instrument of civilization and as a outcome of more, or less agitation of tho training school of loyalty nntl unselfish suoject hy tho makers, inert) litis for a curred at Pittsburir. A cream of tiiitar htKin, r it grass widow when Parsons married her devotion to country. With all his military long tuny been a division of opinion on lluheti of jwJA t Ki vs all in 'easening strength f iini I S (Mr- The tornado that Btruck Paducah and she is said to be as pretty as she is sternness antl astuteness Von Moltko wna tho part of producer whether it was ment Yi,i Keptirt a man of exceptional piety and modesty. MituTday also did much damage ut fickle. and not until recently was tho Smithland, Marion, Salem and Pinkuey-villquestion decided." FATHER M'MAHON'S PRINCELY GIFT. HUD3LE. The titnir, we aro assured, is for thu SALIC StKNT. Dr. W. II. Boiling, one of LouisHo 1'ortmiu to Aiding pnrjtosoof developing homo coin petition, Uulf Ills Miss Creasey Underwood is visitinp; and thus bringing prices down; but tho n University. physicians and dean ville's James GiiiHn.at Lancaster, this week. The Rev. James .Mc.Malion, pastor of St. high taritE journal just quoted goes on Tho Very Desirable Residence of the Hospital College of Medicine, is Mrs. Win. Lay has decided to spend the Andrew's Roman Catholic church, New- to s.iy: "It is to lw hoped that an arlead. York, has deeded to the Catholic university rangement by tho various makers of And I he house is ' summer here with her brother-in-law- , lot on Uarville sirert I he yaiti it Hew J. S. Peuui'igtou, a Baptist S. Dunbar. Cyrus Kason is out on his of Washington real estate iu Xew York window' glass can be formed strain; in good lepjir and contains 5 rk m V " Vi -.o- antl Longlirancli valued at $Kr0uu overall enough to keep prices up, for tho market large anJ beawtitul anJ itlcihir "mII.Sof note, has been found guilty miuister crutches, but not quite able to act as incumbrances. Father Mc.Mahnn, who U has of lewdness by u jury at Cleveland, Ten- counter jumper. in a terribly unsettled state tho Tho Phtco In ono of tbo Most Do- Lorenza Hubble re- in hUeventy-dftyear, is the wealthiest light ful in Town. KH5 5 nessee. Catholic priest iu past year through rate cutting." ceived rather a painful kick just above Tho duty on window glu.i ranges fiom to Will vll r rent n ensrttrms the United States. The magistrate who gave bail the eye from a horse last Saturday, J MIM MAKi E AR.VON. Ho wns liorn In lj to m cents per jwiind, according to Moore, who killed Showers at Elizabeth-towSummd, Ky. considerably. I.ush ytt bruising his face Ireland, ami was size, the ad valorem equivalents ranging Hiving rtmovei! ny ltatler Shop r ll " iVptv. rotten-eggeas he left town was educuted at Uranch Turnpike Company met here mat Is tl. I .i'ii ..ihuaird lo actum ii djl"la from (5S to 14'J per cent. Xotwitlistand-inuivtliini; college, of at night. lilitwcll hue ei.iUw. n in '.n wailed tii ray tho high protection which the winSaturday and elected J. C. Kubanks ( bilstirii tjl, well which his uncle dow glass industry has enjoj-e-l The Bank of Allen county, at Scotts-vill- president in place of George C. Given, ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, "ii mein in for tho JFSSK TIIOMI"-(lN-, was president. He past thirty years, and notwithstanding! Cf inmertj"1! II ' inmade an assignment involving who has held it for two years and done studied divinity at dividual assignments by the partners in well for the pike, considering tho condiSnniti and Market stmts, the fccminaries of the fact that the prices of nearly all comSt. Sill pice, iu modities, both farm and manufactured, the concern. when ho came iu and tion of the road Paris and Mon- have greatly fallen sinco 1SG0, tho price Louisville, near tho amount of money he has had to use Alex Davidson, a Kentucky, treal. He came to of window glai.s has changed but slightJackson, got mad at Frank Polly antl on it. Arrangements will hae to be I'.CV. JAMKS M'MAIIOX ly, as tho lollowing table of prices of the .ow York in MACIC Wll.l. OPEN MO.VD.W , M lt assaulted him, whereupon Polly 6hot made to catch more of the free travel or and wits appointed assistant to the Very various grades of singlo strength glass him to death. it will soon be a road of the past. Mrs. Rev. William Starrs, of St. Mary's. He in 1SC0 antl 1800 shows: Six ostrich farms are carried on in Jim Spoonatuore of ISuena Vista, is vis- has been connected with St. Andrew'sIs as rillCB PKH hj IIOX OS-- M a pastor bitico lbSO. Father McMithon Ihtrfi. If.). onHaving rld out our entirr imere.t InInih'- hotel of California. The annual ex- iting relatives here this week. Dr. our old Jelferton tlrert, we li.ts moved the State CHOLERA CURE! He 810 Indies, ad quality noted Hebraic antl Biblical scholar. stand tint e iKcii.iod fiir )ji so ttuiettfuilr penditure of this country for ostrich I.S0 Ufti on Sescnth and Market streets, ate now fittmi; it of Lancaster, claims that little has also great tact as a business man. CxlOiiiclios, Ith iualit i.oi up in elegant shape, new thrtiifi'i 'Ut and tin tut he invested a When lw to feathers amounts to $3,000,000. mTS George Hright can only last a few daje. hiuall he went hu Xew York iu real estate, luxlt Inchi, 2d quality 10x11 Inolms, ;td iju.dity 2.10 M lit will in eiery way he elerant, iiicludini; mc ut fortune inherited of Kentucky, 1$. l Hale's Safety I'astenKer Dr. J. X. McCormack, ll.iJ.;i IJesatort 2.7."i a.oii F. Kngleman is on the sick list again, and was very successful In his speculations. UxlB Inches, 1st iitmllty Willi nil the late iniprovt menu We vant nil ol president of the National being confined to his room. Dr. Carpen- Outside the property given to the univer- I2i IS Inches, 3d quality was ourold frit nils lo citiii. and see us in "ur old heme i , 3.1) HiiM a.) t Me and Hers Ice , c promise jou thtt our of State Boards of Health, ter reports Miss Hattio Kobinsou on the sity, which is to be devoted to the estab- 'Xx2i inolii-s- il quality Conference a.i 3.:a aliall Lit iicnnd to nnne in rwns Inches, M quality the land My wtTf, Mrs. j lishment of a school of theology, Father session at Washington. II, Alexander, wints lo he remembered to ill now in Ju Quarterly meeting convalescent list. UH5 $19,125 our lad) friends and alio will he glad lo see them Total, 8 boxes McMahon is said to still own teal estate of the Charles Pratt, here the yd Sunday in May. Mad dog worth about coOO.OOO. Tho window glass men havo leen in amlive them aheatly rcteitniii rare Js ri.r day IO, ll.ALKXANDKIt Minaijer 101 Standard Oil Company, died suddenly in excitement is thinning the curs out of combinations of varying dimensions and life as a maNew York city. He began strength for boino years to control prices A Ship Loud of lecenilnnt. this settlement as one passed through chinist and died wortli 515,000,000. One of the most remarkable homo com- and keep down production, bnt of Into last week. Miss Liza Smith is having a Nearly 1,000 people are thrown out gootl school here now. Mrs. Robert ings in the world's history is that of Lucas their combination had become rather XegreinvsPaez, who retuniul to Barcelona, loose. Effort to remedy this stato of of employment by a fire in thb steel Gentry is ill. Spain, tho other day. Senor I'aez, now things havo lieen made forsome months, works at Breaker Inland, near Troy, N. ninety-threyears of nge, has been iu busl-- and these etrorts were recently crowued The Finest on Earth. ness at Hoston for seventy iears, and is with success at a meeting in Chicago, Y., which caused a loss of 400,000. THH GKCAT HOUSEHOLD ItEMEDY JX)U R. is The When he for his na-It is reported that Justices Bradley the onlyCinditinati, Ha'milton Dayton R Safety very wealthy. one of his sailed ships, com-- when manufacturers signed line running Pullman's Perfected own ' at agreement to raise prices and keep of the U. S. Supreme Court, Veslibtiled Trains, tsith Chair Parlor. Sleeping tive land, 011 and Field, inanded b one of his grandsons, he took nnd Dining Car service between Cincinnati, Thousands of dollars worUf of chickwill ask to be retired and that Senator and Chicago and is the only line with him his entire family of 271) persons. them miset I. Moro than that, it is reReclining Ch.iir Cart between Cln-- c "It consists of sixteen (laughters, of whom ported that a further advance is to be SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, Through ens are destroyed by Chweru overy will be offered one of the poBURNS, WOUNDS, Edmunds nnati, Keokuk and Springfield, 111. and Sleeping six aro widows, nine are married, and one made. year. It 'a moro fatal to them than SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. Cir Cincinnati to Mackinaw; and the sitions. twenty-threis fclngle; tons, of whom four This window glass trust is a child of nil other iliseahos combined. But tho Only Direct Line prenidentofthe Dr. K. P. Towns-endPRICE DO CENTS. are widower, thirteen are married, anil six tho tariff. Between Cincinnati, Dayton Lima, Toledo, Deif discovery of a liquid remedy that Adairvillo, was fatally wounded troit, the Lake Regions and Canada, t Bank of granddaughters, of stamps for freo samplo Send three are single; thirty-fou- r The road ane of dentniys thu Jlicrobcrt has been Tho board of general appraisers, which box and book. mar-Myers, son of a prominent Ohioand theisonly line the oldest in the State ol whom three are widows, twenty-twby Marshall entering Cincinnati over 35 grandnine made. Half of tho young chickens of double track, and from its past record can rietl, Adairvillo merchant, with a shot gun. miles than assure its patrons speed, comfort and sons, and whom single; widowers, twenty-si- decides tariff controversies, seems to be more of four are thoroughly possessed with tho notion are killed by Microbeabeforo they aro had been a feud existing between There are married, and seventeen are single; that it must squeeze out the highest posbottlo ih enough for Tickets on salo everywhere, and see that they fryers. A of whom sible duty in every case. Most people, thorn. read C, H. & D., either in or out of Cincinnati, forty-flv100 chickens. ' It ia guaranteed. If, banquet of the Imliinsnnlit or Toledo. are siugle; would consider a jewsltarp a toy; but as two aro married and At the Delmonico E. O. McCORMICK, thirty-ulnnH single; after using two thirds of a bottle, you League Mr. Edward General Passenger and Ticket Agent. ABSOLUTELY PURE, American Protective aud seventy-tw- toys bear a duty of 35 per cent iu the three aro not fcutisiled with it as a euro for McKinloy law, and 'raannfacturcs of FOR MEDICINAL, H. Ammidown, its president, was conand daughters-in-law.Miloa' Nerve and Liver Pills. TOILET, BATH.1 Cholera, return it to tho druggist from metAl" a duty of 45 per cent., the jews-har- p the liver, Paez was married three times, and is the spicuous by his absence. He had saHed Acton a new AND NURSERY PURPOSES. is decided to bo a inannfacture of w horn you purchased it, and ho will children. bowels through the nerves. Europe the eauie day. His creditors itomach andDr. Milts' Pills speedily cure A new father of thirty-nin- e for metal. On tho other hand, Japanese TAB-OIbilious discovery. C0 Chicago, IJ1J refund your money. No one ness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation 115 per say that he ia $250,000 short. According to the analysis made by a Eu- kites aro decided to bo toys at a Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest rather than "manufactures of For tale by A. R. Penny and M, I., flourne, For lalaby W. D McRobeili, drugrut, could for a moment believe, that he has mildest, surest. 5.0 doses aj cents. Samples freo ropean scientist, street mud and dust la cent duty35 per cent. Stanford. ' large cities are grave Bourcee ol lafectloa. paper" at at A. H Penny's, Stanford. gone to Europe to receive protection. SS JPJffiR, YffiAB,iy ADVANCK Thirteen blocks of lumber antl buildings were burnetl in New York Wednesday night. Cremation is making nome progress. During the first three months of the year, according to all reports made, 1,788 human bodies were thus disposed of in the world. The total annual production of all the gold and silver mines in the world is $224,000,000 much less than the appropriations by the Billion-Dollone-four- th ar GERMANY'S Ctosn GREAT GENERAL. THE SORTED VVCOL CLAUSE. "Sort-Ini; ACROSS THE CONTINENT. Mmi I Biistixi'a Snw Mill. luve finished my new Snir Mill on the Som r in-la- 1 v of Field Mnrahat run Moltke'l Long antl Famous Career. Helmuth Karl Bernhardt von Moltke, field marshal of tho German army, who died recently at Berlin of heart failure, was born at Parchlin, Mecklenbcrg, on Oct. 20, 1S00, mid was crndlett iu warlike times. His first recollections were of tho ileitis of Bonaparte, whose military genius made nil Europe shake. It was not h( range, therefore, that he should be marked out early for a military life. In his eleventh year ho was sent to a caHe wns det's academy at Copenhagen. then "a sletider little fellow with heavy blomlo hair, happy blue eyes, of quiet yet responsive temperament, ami of open anil trustful countenance, whose expression in abstracted moment was full of repressed melancholy." This picture is a stranti contrast to tho Von Moltke of mature years silent, sturdy, grim; tho master strateUt of the age, the guiding spirit of two great campaign which crippled the power of Austria antl Franco ami raUod the magulllcent structure of tho German empire. Von Moltko's active military life liegan with his appointment, at the of fourteen, as latul cadet In the Danish army. years oltl when ho enHo was twenty-twtered the Prussian service as sccontl lieutenant. He was without money, iiitliicnce or friends, but avetl enough from his wy o ly herrelary rosier Ueslilrs Tlmt ThU Clause)" Applies In Ciarprt Voola. Who makes our tariff laws? It is usu- Tlin s rt pike, ? miles lnm Manfonl niul mr prrior u llnrriisr. Who Wliri-tofiiir,lhaiiyUnlif I.UMIIt'K. Sk(JLrs. II. C Urothcrton, a shoemaker Ac , t I.OVVES T I'KICKS. I will tll the I in William by trade, Is trundling a wheelbarrow from brrot the mill or tlrliser, lr nut pnn.liacts. ( e MAVWOOIt, KY San Francisco to Xew Voik. If he ikt- - meI a trial I'ustollice. 1,IVIIIHI tniPKiei at Mia NIHIIEII11I uwrd forms tho Journey In nix months ho Is to forj urui.iml t it i$ A It rtAsllN I o accomplish tne reat he o-ireceive must average twenty two miles a day. The wheelbarrow anil contents weigh nluety pounds. Four thousand people assembled BANK to see him staiton Ids Journey, antl Hioth-erton- , who is a small wiry mau of alxmt -w. y .lotiriH'j- - trniltirtnkni ljr a FIRST tj "Surplus $200,000 A I v. 1 -- i$ I I gr-.ui- llj I - e, J-- s t'it-sii,- .r-t- - - Farmers Bankfi Trust alto-gethe- i. ur-is- c k I entert-KiiiineiiLs- , car-po- 1 ,, s - U-l- h mnas-lni- l 1 son-in-l- aw j I I e thnv-fourth- o -' u &M . 1 jit I , J , ( POWDER t liTrMfes, 1 Absolutely Puro s5l.t e. FOR Di-tnt- e best-know- n "WI - j iraasiifirr1' u I th-- y j ln-e- i , '! h n, d May-noot- h g e, I I bar-keep- 1? ANTER' J ' lb-1- ' G Kin-nair- d, s I an-- vice-preside- I e 1 TAROID J. two-cen- A-- 1 forty-tlire- o run-iin- g e jhmi'-thel- . o 1 forty-seve- n x e forty-thre- e TARDSOAP D 50-cc- nt e great-grandson- s, t o sons-in-la- " principle-regulati- ng Stan-lor- d, I,