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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891051501 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 lUimyi rrf1fcjiilnii tin i nr i rr I '$- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. CRAB ORCHARD. of our townsman, . lale in il.o octonarian Interior Journal. STANFORD, KYM i. A NO. FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1891. 2t -- muopeio 7 nrloH IliVH ... '- -V, lis place, were summoned for that purpoM-patient was lotli to submit to it and ""'whi'iuiowiiiwioMfuHwi to get hia t H- . J The , MT. VERNON, ROOKCASTLE C0UJTY. the Intkiuou Jon.N.w. TI.m .vm...r gallery which now getting up. bci'll U ,,,., ,,.,,,,,,,, , , con-cu- nt iTm-li- i WilH re - n: .ow confined to his hud who has been the brain and adhesion in seeral places. for several monJ lis, with what tlie doc Tuesday night he rested well and this for thought a fatal disorder, has ho far morning ( Wednesday he in quiet. His recovered nsto he upon thestieet again, speech is perfect, hut the operation lias which will ho cheering news to his ma- not as yet cleared his mental horizon. It ny friends in tills section. will, however, prob ibly have the good Mr. llymiin Carter, of Lynchburg effect of warding oll'iiuy further attack, , took the train hero Monday for Louis-ille- likely the next time to have assailed a where hi' guM on business con- wore vital part. It. L. I). nei ted with his lumber interest and to K'e and hear what the democrats do at LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. their great powwow. Me is the lumber New awnings have been placed in king of Upper (iiirrard and is one of the front of Braun's dry good store. few who have made handsome fortunes W. II. Kinnaird, 11. 0. Noel and .i. at sawiidlling. and he still continues to .. .1 tl.. is u uuu rui:i-uie-.1 C. Thorn pion went to Middlesboro this If ne ton, inesnecKies of the typical Kentuckian of the week. Mrs. Win. Shugars, who has been old school. negro w ho so cow- quite ill for several days, is somewhat We learn that the ardly idiot to death Stum t M. Carson, at improved at this writing. Mrs. i:. W. Lillard, Misses Altieand r.ranford, Flu., last week, escaped after the perpetration of the deed, and is still Hessie Marksbury and ManterJiio. Stout, "at large. Tho olllcers -- f Brauford and who recently joined the Ilaptist church, the friends of the murdered man are, were baptized in Dix river Tuesday afhowever, ("paring no elloits to recapture ternoon. The Christian Kndeavor, the society lit tit. and are even now Boouring the country on the Snwance ami if taken formed by the young ladles last week, the retribution which he mi richly de- - will hold its first meeting this, Thurs-servwill doubtless be meted out to day, evening. They will meet with Mies Fannie iltiiimau, on Richmond street him in full. genera", Un Wednesday night, while tho In conformity with the men on tho Knox-ill- e people were at church, burglars entered strike of tho wction Division, tho hands, seven in niiin-lie- the residence of Dr. Kinnaird and took under Foreman John Nevills, o( an overcoat and also entered the house this section, are out, and that gentleman of I). M. bickey and look $12 or $l.' in is doing track mtvico alone. 'I he men cash. A strange negto. giving Middles-hav- e heretofore ben getting "M per day, loro as his home, has been arrested, have heard quite a number of they now demand $1,110 and even but small pay for the hard work ered-- ; xcnti say that they had lost nearly every-ite- d is to this leM,rtmont. The bosses are thing they had planted in their the Htrike, but Mr. Nevills saysjdenson account of the drouth. The that they aru avowedly in sympathy wheat in this section is tmdlv in need of rain ami the farmers ay if we do not with the movement So much curiosity is attached to have a shower soon, nearly everything whom (Sen. will be a failure. Stanford's fair The meeting at tho Christian church Hobson and John Wauamaker put into olhce, that a prominent republican of continues and the interest is increasing, this place, who wore emhroidured epau-- , Tho houoe is tilled every night nml the lets under Hobson during the Into war, morning services are well attended. So and who now bears the sounding title of far nearly oO persons have united with "captain," stole unobserved into the the church. Some of thoso who have nni in- - ununi iu im. river mm, wliiie at Manioru .uonuny, uoccu- - Thursday, afternoon, just to get 'one peep at the fair I notice in your editorial column pant," and bo has been searching the' women ever since to find that CJeorge W. (.ientry, who held the galaxy of fair a face anil llgure to be compared to hers' ollice of storekeeper nml g.uiger under "Captain," what's the matter with Hel- - Jen. Ijindram, showed his gratitude to en of Troy, Dido, Cleopatra and Mary that gentleman by voluntarily urging his retention on the State central com- Stuart' on their return ' mitten at the republican meeting held in Monday afternoon, from Stanford, where they had been at- - your county on Monday lat Misses Florence Jenkins and Mamie tending tho prohibition clan gathering, tho wagon iu which were seated Messrs. Dunn, of D.mVille, are visiting Mtsi MaJ II. Collier, A. II. lUstin and Sargeant mie Gurrey. Miss Kllen Owsley has reiu Louisville. Clyde Win. Severance, broke down just after it turned to Herring, of was here WedgenRowland, precipitating the ground with more violence nesday. Kev. J. It. Tercy is spending a tlemen to tho than ease. A few bruises ami some skin short vacation with relatives and friends lifting was .ill the damage the occupants at bin old homo in Indiana. John M. sustained, but tho wagon was so badly Farm is taking iu tho sights in Louisville this week. tSabe Caldwell, of Dan shattered that it was left by the roadville, was bote this week. J. H. Hrewer good prohibiside. Tho friends of these morning for was and family left Tues-dathe break-dowtionists claim that by the whole party being "tight,' Lebanon, where they will make their caused home In the future. but we deny the charge in toto. County Clerk Siuslier nml Deputy MT. SALEM. Sheniritinehart.of Pinuvillo, stopped oil Tlioy left for btanford Miss Uuchel Uro.uUhaue's school at hero Tuesday. the same night to receive fiom Jailor this place clones next Friday. The tine lamp contributed by the tiwensJim Howard, whom they will take to the pun to begin the life sentence young ladies of tlie vicinity was stolen to which ho was convicted at tho last from tlio New alem church during the term of tho Hell circuit court. J. F. Hoi last week. Kverythiug is getting very dry nere. dam ami wife left Tuesday for Louisville. Miaa Lizzie Keed, of I'ittsburg, No news Stirling. Nothing stirring but wai tho guest of Mrs. J. A. Nowland sev- dust. Farmers are becoming alarmed at eral days this week. J. 15. tiilkerson is the protracted drouth and cold, frosty in Louisville to add strength to Dick nights. Two nice young men of Middleburg, Warren's prospects. Mrs. J. H. Hutch-itig- s will return home next weex from returning from Hustonville late bunday Memphis, Teiin., accompanied by her night, were fired upon bysome unknown ei&ter, Mrs. J. W. James, who has so far person. They made the fastest time on from her long and severe ill- record the remaining distance home. It is currently reported that T. C. ness aa to bo able to travel. Mr. Jim Jasper, formerly of this place, hut now Uurcli has returned from I'ineville. We heartily indorse the sentiments of Piano, Texas, has been circulating of riupt. W. F. Me Clary's splendid circu- freely around hero for tho last week or lar letter, which he is now sending, out, two, but we have looked witli nil our to tho school boards, teachers and other eyes and failed to Bee him. It is possifriends of public education in Lincoln ble that the Texas ague and ita insects, county. In it ho recommends tho elec- such as ticks, chiggers, &c, have not left tion of competent truntees, tho erection enough of him to be discernible only by u doing-awa- y the best of eyes and closest scrutiny. of good " The first year he was out there he claimthe with slab Beats, tho employing of live teach- ed that ho had lost 20 pounds and that ers and a general revolution in tho sys- much made a largo inroad in a man of tem. Something like this should have his dimensions. It is reasonable to supbeen inaugurated years ago, and we pose, that there is not enough left of him hope under Prof. McClary'B legime, who now to be worth mentioning. even in the Bhort time that ho has been According to the assessors the tobac in ollke, lias demonstrated more than fitany of his predecessors his peculiar co crop of the Stato in 1S90 was lGb",:ill,- ness for tho work, while our public OUti pounds, anjncrease of over two milschool Bystem is in need of that our edu- lion over 1SS! Christian heads the list cational statUB will be as high na that of with l),750,500 pounds; Daviess follows any county in tho State. Let the dis- with 7,99S,850; Henderson 0,175,450 and Lincoln raised but trict boards Kivehiui all the aid in their Mason 02,300 pounds. P Mr. Simon Gormley, whose peculiar Who Has a CaDDod Hock ? .vise, wan noted in our IubI letter, had bo C. C. Mnlth, trcaturcr ol Tuesday aa to undergo a who rctides at Crown Point, Late County, Ind , far recovered writci; "I cursd a surgical operation and Dre. Foster and capced hock with one bottle ufOulnn'i Olntmni Ituthebetl thlnjf have ever med on toft Taylor, of Itichiuond, Carpenter and bunched.' flonemio wKa ilp.!. u rdliahl.. rn.. of thijUdy u.eihe above prepaiion Cook, of Stanford, and Pettua, -;fdi.it, i j I I 1 1 . " !; w. "?: ft,,,.,,!, ,r .,, , frU,m, t,.rril(I , 1IC,,UIlt,,(i , ,n lluenco of anesthetics. I he opt'ratiou n ,,,::,rBi;ry ",ini: , ,,. .,,,, , vr ,rir 41 j i es r. -- 1 j 1 citi-th- at gar-not- iu post-mistres- . i post-omc- i - j pa-we- n v school-house- "back-breaking- 1 Miss Sallie Hundley died Wednesday at Pine Hill of pneumonia. Mrs. Josephine Henry, of Versailles, will lecture here iu the neirfuture. Mrs. II. is a forcible and entertaining speak er anil thoso who fail to hear her will miss a treat. Mr. James I. White has received from the register of the land ollico cop ies of eleven patents on land granted by the State to the Seminary, dated iu LSI and 'H. These lands are iu Cumberland county and the various tracts contain from one to 150 acres each. One of our republican friends, who voted for the defeated candidate on Saturday, says the republican legislaELDER W.L. WILLIAMS. tive members from this county after Id years' representation at Frankfort, We present nbove a fair picture of one shows the following record: A few prohibition laws and a change iu date of of the grandest men in this section. Kid. W. L. Williams was born Janua"dogdajs." probable that the U. S. will ry 22, 1S2I5, nt Hustonville. He is the His take a hand iu the prosecution of the youngest of 10 children of Samuel and LaKue darkeys, who are in jail here for ' Seneth Williams. His father was born e robbing tho store of Welsh k Co., at n,ltl raided in Virginia, but came to Hill. The postollice is kept in tho tucky when a young man. He attended store and when the house was robbed H1Il'h schools as the country afforded, Centre College, weie a good number of stamps ter wliich he enten-stolen. Ths stamps were Hold by the j Danville, from which lie graduated in burglars to parties in this place, who 1SK). In the mean time lie had become will likely hi. called upon as witnesses. 'a member of the Presbyterian church, A F. S. marshal was here last week and of which his parents were devoted tnem-too- k the names of prisoners and witness-- hers and graduated w ith the purpose of devoting his life to the gospel ministry es. connection with that church. Mrs. II C. (Sentry was in from Lov-- j After ens, miox county, uuring tin weeK. m . rars ui renin ng nnu lorming a m1! i j p an aUGwlCt. HG UlCt atuSllclDlG G WOIDI JIL 121 Kev. W.CSihsou. of Lexington, was here "'re mature judgment upon the char- Siliulnv ntul Mitmlnv in tlm intnroStt nf ' Bt'teristif tenets of that chnrrli. Il illl'tl. ' an orphans' home at Louisville. He Wliii himself with the Christian church had fair success. Mr. John Albright is in ls.'0 and began nt once to prepare h very low with Itright's disease. .Mies himself for the ministry, to which he Mary Miller has arrived from Austin, was ordained in 1SL I nder his agenTex., where she has been attending cy tho present college building Ht HusHas the largest and school. Jonas McKin.ie, F. L. Thomp- tonville was erected, as also the present' son, I). C. Poj nter, (!. W. McClure, Dr. building owned and occupied by the MOST COMPLETE STOCK J. J. Hrown and J. M. Williams are at Christian church at that place, lioth OF uie couege ami tne ciiurcn were never the convention and races. moru hopeful condition for future The republican convention here " last Saturday instructed delegates to Kooil than at present. Mr. Williams lias never lived elseever shown in Stanford at prices cast the vote of Rockcastle for Silas Adas low as the lowest. ams for governor. A warm contest was where thau Hustonville, the place of his had between the candidates for the leg- birth. His ministry lias mainly been in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s islature. J. S. Jopliu won the nomina- identified with the church at that place. During four years he labored as an who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to tion over II. J. Mullius. After the meeting there was the usual number of evangelist under the Missionary Board send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old dissatisfied followers of the defeated can- of Kentucky. For two years lie was an gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d didates and the n.imu of G. W. Fugin invalid, confined in the maiu to his I guarantee satisfaction. and A. R. PENNY. was announced as an independent re- room with heart disease. By the bless ing of God he is so far restored as to he publican candidate against the Held. Mr. Fagin, it is believed, will make the able to perforin the labors of his miniate thing; "Spring is here, and it's a hnmmer of a rosey-poserac, and if he does the fur will certain-l- rial office with comfort. At present tlie Very soon it will be Summer, then of course it wont be Spring." whole of his time is employed for the My. Monday morning a majority of the church at Hustonville. Mr. Williams) section men between Rowland and Jel- - has married four wives. Iu 1 SIS he was Gardening time has come and you will find Hco went out on a strike, liieir wages first married to Miss Amanda F. White, ' of Mississippi. In IS55 he was married has been $1 per day. Their demands In were lor $1,150. The agitation was be- to Miss Kate Logan, of gun about six weeks ago when nn agita- Iho" lie was married to Miss Amanda C. passed along the Bailey, of Hustonville, and in lfetil hel tor named ' line, promising that if the men went was married to Miss Permelia A. Pey- ton, of Lincoln county, who lives to ' out they would surely get what they MODEL asked for. At this place Langford was share his joys and sorrows and most arrested, tried and fined under a charge royally and earnestly enters with him of disturbing labor. The project was to into the fellowship of the labor to which A large and select stock of N. Y. Seed Irish Potatoes, White'and Red ' have all the men from Jellico to Leba- his life is devoted. Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c, in bulk and an endless variety of Mr Williams has but two living chilnon Junction go out on May 10, but Landrcth's, Ferry's and Crossman's Garden Seeds in papers and Road Master Ansley was advised of the dren, Mrs. Dr. Lee F. Hutl'mau, of Lex- -' went to work to cir- incton, whose mother was his third wife arrangements and packages. Also Hoes, Rakes, Shovels, &c. cumvent them. A number of tho strik- and Miss Dollie Brown Williams, whose, i ing sections went back to work Wednes- mother is his present wife. The above is a simple story of a life A. C.SI.NK J. X. MENEKKE day. The foremen were not in the strike. upon w Inch volumes could ie written. The men charge their defeat to Handicapped b evening, five miles north of fought in tlie i Sunday this place, (Seorge Hays shot and mor- ease lougiit at his vitals, andaccoiiiplish- tally wounded his cousin, Thomas Hays. ed as much good as any man in this The best selected stock and lowest prices iii Central Kentucky. Tlie parties, who had usually beo'h fast whole section. Thousands of souls have friends, had been at outs for some time been drawn to Christ through his min- LIMIBER, SASH, over a settlement about some corn. They istry and lie Mill labors with a enl DOORS, met at a neighbor's and the diiliculty born of a love for his fellows to induce SIDING- was renewed. It is said that Tom made men to tlee from the wrath to come. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. May he be spared many years yet to a demonstration as if to draw a weapon the service, before he is called to that "WTH-E- J and began advancing upon (Seorge, who porch until the side reward which so certainly awaits his backed across the We ctrrv a full stock of everything found in a wall of the house was reached, when he faithfulness. -fired a shot which knocked Tom oil' his FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. feet and threw him from the porch to Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract the ground. The wounded man arose SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. -- For Sale. Three red bull calves. H. or building. reninming, "You have not killed me," B. A: K. I Woods. nml pursued George into the house, M. f Baughman sold to Wood, of where another shot laid him on the Boyle, a mare for $100. floor. Tom rose the second time and W. M. Kobbsold to Sam K. Hodg- chased George through the house, where hogs at 4 cents. kin 10 head a parting shot from the latter's pistol Winchester Democrat. struck him in the breast. Tom stopped Having Removed My Stock- About 400 cattle on the Paris mar his pursuit and laid down. Two balls ket court day, and all but one bunch entered the bowels and one tho breast. found ready buyers. The best brougl: U, The wounded man died at four o'clock 4 to4. next morning after intense suffering. Turuey, Clark A Mitchell sold a fiuo immediately after the shooting, George, pair of black carriage horses, last week went to a neighbor's and sent for a doc to a Mr. Ambrose, of Cincinnati, for $1, tor to go the relief of Tom. George 'J00. Bourbon News. jacK to my old stand on Depot btreet, where rent is cneapcr, i can sent word to town that lie waB coming Hon. K. Kenton, of Hobertsou, baa sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce take Not doinR so Sheriff" ' iu to surrender. u cow that has given birth to three sets rn ayrl-i-ia- f Jones went out for him, but failed to of twin calves in succession. Tlie first find him. t set, as yearlings, brought So(!. Shropshire & Son, of Bourbon, pur striking brickmakers were, Two killed and ten others wouuded by a Den chased in Shelby county a jack for 000. John A. Judy sold to Jas. K. CI ver brick contractor aud his "scabs." - of Bourbou, H'O good yearling cattle At Fort Jentiings, O., while unload LATE ALEXANDER'S 1IOTKI., In., thniflhiiiL' machine near tho rail - $"0. Georgetown Times. -- A. Rglumlk-- has made the follow- timber was struck by a road a projecting A "W TPHTV ItlklN U V U TMPN0 V CjU. U passing train and three men were killed ing sales: .Brown gelding 4 years old, hy Harkaway, dam by Lyle Wilkes, to Day. nnd several others hurt. $2.50 Shelby Harbison, oi Lexiugton, Johnstou, of -C- ounty Judge T. I forCort Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-lious" bay gelding, byt Lexington, has resigned from the bench $275. Ono LOUISVILLE, KY. of duties aa Presi - messenger freeze, uam oy atar ueu-- , on account of press W. IV. LOCAN, Manager. dent of the Trotting Association and Ex mark, to Rowland & Land, Lexington, i L. Marshall, Clerks. for $400. Advocate. A. W. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. ecutive committeeman in another. STRAW HATS. Just llocki-nsil- e 1 An Elegant Line Opened. j Ken-Pin- NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK. re J 1 Stagg & McRoberts. tJlO 1 f J J ji A. R. Penny ' Watclies and Jewelry y y I I , j At A. A. WARREN'S GROCERY" ir-t-s Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, CEILING, BLINDS, A1TD ' WOVEXT S.LAT FENCES. FIRST CLASS 3C.XJMBEH TOiRB. ltio-poun- REMOVED. -- Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No tions, Etc., j -- . :b. :f irOtjt. ! I siTHB WIIiJLABD 9 murm Rates A1MJ Per e, 1 kV .. j. ..!, Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Fubllahed Every Tuesday and Fr'day Lineoln THEV HREED ON $ Stoek Farm, THEY HRKED OX, NABOTH Standard Rule 10016 6. PENCE! Record 3:36. STANDARD. Drown horse, 16 hands feated May, 188J. Three-year-old I'h Premium Svldlr Stallion, ILORD OLIFTQN, ' SIcKINNEY, KENTUCKY. -- When not so paid $2.50 w'll e charged."1 'I., la I is . ft If IK B ' i' I f f U I Ir . w( 14' l Hull brother to King Rcuu 2 3014, a IYIs.ro in Foal, At $15 to First dam dam of Pence 29(4, Ly A I men t Forrest Mii nf Aimnnt 3 39);. Money due svhon the mare is purled with or blvd Registered as Hob Lit.k. Trial aeconii mm by t.arratd cum, site 01 liasii to imnttic'1 hoise Train leaves Howland at 7:00 a. m., returning Duke 3 !... sire of Nutwood Sired liy the great Itelmont LorJ Cllftisu is a beaunful rrsl iwiti, with a lutil ilani I'V Grey Eagle (lloner'st siro of 2sl 3 18)4, Fred Arthur a 14)71 Wedgewood a 19 and 36 it 5:30 p.m. gvrii mane arm tail, 15s., imhhi, imii in uu an,j dam of Lady Datis 1 use. in 30 list and sire of 35 daughter, the dams of 31 L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. wHltlle Huis. Foil I th dam bv ConnerlwttOHi me .( dam of is .1 in 23011st 11.. Standard Rule 6. ' Those who want in lnisd m x sadd sta"1,11 UllkC I JSV. 12 30 ptu Mail train going North Helnsont, dam Hlamlina tion lie initially iM.tiisl to Isiwk at my hsirse m .1 Ktfsri wMsiml by Sired by Sultan 1U3. Record a 24. South 131pm (dam u with 37 in 1 i er better, Aoslnl-tal- i see Ml in mose First dam Heltie Kinkrsid bj Contractor iS( by Itrmi! Jewel, he bv Ciiiiniv.- Express train " South lle was j p m sire of Dr West a t7Jf. Contractor was sired by Sire of Stamboul 2 11, Ruly ioK. Alcater 2 to Pilot, jl.rtirr than 3 to and King Rene 1 jo'., North wnh 15 in 2 30 lint bv MjihIkIihs Lhief: (d oam ham's lerl, b. hyolJ WjOnnttnn Denmirk. Ajax. lull brother to Orange Oirl 3 to, by Hamble-tonia- n Sweetheart a S and 25 in 2,30 list and grandsire His first dam Fantde by a son nf Gill's Vermort, rjjuara Local Freight North l.nreli mate (dam of Rusalmd mid Donald 10 by of Sin 2 30 lit. dm tractor's dam Lady n Green's Hamblettnian 158, full brother Gedbey South- 1 7i by Hrawii Pilot. Rienil is lull biotber ol ad dam by Ofel Mowte. thoioHKkbrtsd First lUni Lady Dunlon by George Wilkes jiq, to VolunLien etainwl .us colt till mnn is paid. The latter trains also carry passengers. Rene 3 jo's,, sire or Fugue 'i9Vi Alls! 3 ?4 Kig record t 21, sire llarry Wilkes 2 I3H. Guy Wilkes teer and Sentinel. Ajax sired 7 in 2 30 list. .Mares itratni at l..milHUI. rates. 1'i.t net r Prince Edward 1 til,, Sarcenet 3 tjS and 11 01I1. Living Colt. $20 to The above it calculated on standard time. Solar 15H. W.Ion a i6t So So 2 17 and 8.1 In J 31 list is.sltnulii any or. sir spiHibie lor eis in 2 30 list is about 30 minutes faster tine Second dam Josic, record i3H "T Night Hawk ti A. I.AtKl.i.h anlorl I .Imoi.t Forrest io-Second dam full sister to D. Monroe a aSU. bv 514, sire of RedCross 2 sired by Alinont assy, Minnie Warrvn 2 Monroe 835, sire of Lady Monroe t 164, Kitty and the dams ol Ed Annan 2 16 V,, Se.itry 2 23, ajH1 sire of u with records of a jOiir better and 4. Al-Jim sires with 121 trotters with icrotdsof ii.'l.el-tsr-in- d Hates 2 19, Monroe- Chief 2 iS'j and 14 in a 30 list. fretta 2 26a' Tecumseh 2 aS Ac. his daughters Imvc 18 ssiili rernrtUnf a j'i Jim Monroe by Alexander s Abdallah 15 Record 2 jt it' hands high. 'I hud dam by Vermont Hero 141, slreof Lady 31. r belter Pirst dan by Edv in f orrst withlwo lM 2 30 and Gen Knox, sire of Lady Maud 2 1$,. in - 10 list amf sire ol the dams of in 1 30 list. I rx ntloa Sired bv Voltaire Hrst dam by Calm'ors 2 iqfi nnd 17 in 30 list. Third dam by Duvall's Mambriuo, son of Whip. Cheil j is, ad dam by Manilir.no lhoiitir. id, l.airatd Chief slresl Mainhtiuo Chiet; istdsm l'risale stallion. AND FEED S7ASLE, by Frank; Dltle dam bv Aratu: W dam dam Lady Manhope, grandam nf Rosa Wilkes by Hambletonian: 4th by Diotned HELMONT CHIEF isa rich bay in eoW, was foaled in iS3j; he stands full 16 hands high and 1 i and Simmons a 38 By Hambletonian 10Por- i niei sirrii 11.111 Duke dam 8'j. Msmbrino Garrard Sccctid couslu to Maud S .Jay ) 2 Ilituiv E)ieeand KV. oitalrc a to (by Tattler .too, dam Young STANFORD. He has is strictly a fine horse, smooth turned cf extra muscular development, showing great power. 1 Hi, Ktll v ami LIOIH 3 11'L. .la..l .r tia by MacnbriiMi Chief it; id dam by Roebuck' an excellent set of legs, fiat, clean and hard in finish: the individual merit ol this stallion in form, finNi'libv, sire ot Nobbv. Ir. and also sited sire of llrow Jim, is also the sire 01 olney. br g, lly SPECIAL ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL ish and action is fully up to and in keeping with his high breeding. His oldest coits are coming 6 In a 34s list) 1st dam by II.- uam oi .'inuif 1 jqvj ami (Un ilam noc son 01 uw I'll. II sliest I'llm. Ir . .11 in t i.i and also show owned by E. W. Cribbt, Decatui, ord Nellie by Ald'n Go dsmtth. who made a lei- - im icvviu f 4f, r.vi sinniurei 2 y.s4ruatre, traveler. Houses and mules bought and sold. Mich., that went great natural speed He had a I stillear-olsite, by pay $500 to the breeder of the fust 230 trials better than 2 30 last year horses.tnd vehicles used in livery performer ol his get since he has been owned by mc Only aiel . HI "i. 1.. ." le e Ullin Ol .McUlll.lv'. Ils,nl.l-l.i- n J.. 9lii-- . .nui.ti.11.1.1 i. i Tiaiiurr iiumur 3 311 11.. 1. III r Ir . Is a Mild blirk is hi.J. Link HELMONT CHIEF will make the season of 1891 nt my place near McKinncy at and Voltaire 2 io'f and his ons Al.lwtt. In 3 aotsj by Maiubrino Chief, ad dam Hello Loup by and IliCsstifi. 3 ever) luch n hsrsc His colls arc ol get! Itcllfoiim'er Helmonl is the sire ufu In ib dianaH)lis, Rumor, Tattler Jr. and Voltaire am In 3 3 list and sue, l)l ami color, sie suiublc for ihe faun, track GBO all sires of performer in 2 30 Pilot Jr 12, sire list, his daughters haseprmlu'-rdj- i and Eastern market, and belnv of urmsiiatly gtKl t v of bis .sons have sired neurits of .1 of lattler. is well known as being one of the grandt.u..'6BltM.ns. pan nist Im. im.Hw 1...... ur better. Mares kept en good grass at $ mot." ; owners' risk. est brsl maro sires nf the age. Ins daughters proo8V" ducing Maud S JayK)cSee 1 in and n Almont j ij. sired by Alevaider't A 'allab for iiehlin atrial and be cutis tnced. He stands hist ot others of note Lexington Chief $rs me ? 43 ; 1st dam .Villie An.lrrv.n by Mssml.rlnn (. Sil; of llrnwn Jim'silan. is by Kentucky Clay 194, ad dam Kate by Pilot, Jr Almoin aja , surd 7 King Hoy isa dark bay, 4 years old. 16 hands T he 3mnll Sum of $12.50, dam L'dy Warfield by Mainbnno Chief ti Mam with records ot 1 J0or belti-- and his daughltr. high and isan elegant combined horse. horse, he by Dr bnno Chorister (sire of dam of Proteine 3 18, etc) Iia.e 3S in 3 30 .r bei'.'r .' f He was sired by Ilortun by MamMino Chief, dam ur L'horuter ialinstulltt I'.dw in lorrrst red by Ynnn K u. ua.t.l . I r.ri's' my stable Herr's .Mambrlno King, dam by Steamboat ownmiles fit Has Kentucky llunier nt dam by W.tkiu s Musi. .i,,iu r.. the ... msiHc ,V Liberty tursj- ed by Chedwcll, of Virginia. Colt. $15 to Sairpson, first Highlander. Kdili Forrest is tSe slreef lulls J.lk liM.I. The dam was raised by Stephen , ill Ho.kins jf K and Cbamnagne tin and I 1. dam by Frank Yvolford: ad dam by original Jim daughters base produced 11111330 list and hi Hell; 3d dam by original Denmark, who ran 16 mm hue produced c with rswrdsof ijh or brt , consecutive miles in a race at New Orleans; 4th trr. Alexander's Abdallah u ..red bv Kils k . dam by Sir Elioujjth data by Gray Eagle ; oth dam Katie Dntling Alesandcr's dam by Iluu-ir.i- . Ssddle Slallion.bay, itt, hand.high. thirc white Ha'J'Mel'-iH- n . DO! AkSv, 1 "Wallah u Will make the season of 1S91 at my farm, the frtt.heatv maae and tail, fine style and action. il.iinh.... I ...... ln. wmii . Iif. ......: ... .ffs lis-- . Ms At rKN .,M o tmil I. i ins.il. a mare infos! ... Hi. . oi. t ... 1... roilcs from Stanford, mg in old Wm. Ball place, 5 2" inn-- i -..I . I ilir-- i l.r(i,. ' or better tn.lb.-.n- a I . t.i, i have irtd teAwitli records r '. ..i Colt. a $15 to ' t v Mr.n- - t nvsli. tne i . i, of 3 "or .lie. Mr.,'tlr.(. Ci.l cv .. i du Living Colt. to , j. I S 1'U.Mll ..I 1'asira.ie.. t.i llie a'.oxestalliciis wl'l mske the season of ijjt brin ....-.- . . ..m.i... w...a. lUe.'an. ......l.olcih k ....... J Record ' . ...a.... .. . ', in a Race Kv ! ..v. 11. .1. Hu.toniille. at my sta' Ic near Hattonviilc f ..nimi. j t.rs l.ase . in rvc. rds uf 10 or toiler and hh .t the smae place I will stand my fine young 13 J K. HAUGHMAN list, y in 2 30 list mid grandsiruof '7 in the , Sired by the Great Red Wilkes 1749, sire of 7 111 t'.e 7 vins ti... r Mm. si in the . iriiele Jails, 1 30 list, a show ing never before equaled by any other horse, l tig or dead, at same age. lM'H Jr., old Pilot, dam Nuicy Hope. Pslot ' Jr.I the siteul 9 with record, of J 10 or bvtlee First dam Lady Cassell (dam ot Hellesiew Wilke (3 3 29)4 and two others that, barring accident, an J bis sons have tit.) is with records f 3 30 ami , better xnd his daughters ruse produced 11 wnh! will erter the 1 30 list this season He Is by Mi imported Spanish jack and lias a fine by Shelby Chief 923 fsite'ol Rallo s ai, Cascanila records of 3 10 or better and two nf his daughters ' bedy and large bones. lie will stand 2 23, mc, aim ine aams 01 ueuneuior a 19 anu . StatidanI No pnxit tiu .sia.m n. 3 4 and Jay Itye 3 10 others ; by x 1.. .lUI.. .. icysuyi. s thor.'i a Living Colt. Second damSallie (trial to wagn 338 in '& by Thalloba (son ot Alexander's Abdallah and This yojeg roadster stallion is a inbred (oM- - dam ( hides iiainDieiotiian hvsirea fle'.lfouoder." rd at this farmi n ghhrrd will make the tea..! ol li,. Kent mare Imp mv i e t4iif Fanny, dam of Waterwitch, dam ot Mambri-11- 0 duM roaied iu Apri , iS". is a bay. full , hands ,Jm ()nr j.yr (,,y Ilishoii's Hambletonian: isl dan fttnilcsfrutn Maalvidanj.r.l and Mi'ltdgrslliepU i1 miles fiuin Milieuee-- s monGift a 20, Vieklng 3 19K, Scotland 233' A lien will be retained on colt? till season speedy and unexcelled in style, action, finish and sils er 1 ail', by I IP Mrsenrer Rssdvl'. Ham. ilte, Waterloo 1 37 and Sprite, dam ol U. ILW.I..VI. Waselet a Is parted with season money ey is paid, but if mare nas sireu 41 witri resold, nt tjiturl.tt-teran3 iu the a 30 list. I nil brother to Kstel e, trial j becomes due Cir nne, 3 oieiiinian daughters have prodaced his with rec1 Third dam.... by Clark Chief 89 (sire of Crodie a ioV and 5 oth- - year-ol- d ttl I 2 S and .Muutrn.e, the speedy aiid ords of nor brtter and 111 of his sonsj$base sued At $10 to a S. PHILLIPS. Colt, Stanford, Kv. ers and the uams 01 rnauas 3 1314. oiajouca 2 i; premium cult of 81. Sired by ilcaadi Golddust 781 with records of j ie or better. $,m by Vermont Morgan, Wilson a ity., Corallard 2 19K and 17 others iu a too by Golddust is PENCE is a horse ol great speed; 3 is nu Money due w ken the eoli is foaled nr mare NS.rie4 Clo er related 10 Maud S , 2 and Johi.stoii. mark of his speed. Owing to an as. nlnl getting with. A Iks retained o all tolls unlil 3 30 or oeitcr. hiiw A glance at the abose neditrrce will readilv show that Hellenew Wilkes is rich in the blood ofsneed t ob)i than any other stallion, the first 3 ) ear old fastened in his stall whit h threw him out trt money is ssssd. HrveeMpoder is a rich datk bay, Diwcilplsan an ir pi oducing lines, being by the great Red Wilkes (who by the records is the best son of the mlghtv stall. on to trot la public as fast as 223, sire of training he would rtosv have a mark nf Cigarette-- , dam of Rosalind Wilkes the fast J1 better tkljrL Mur.l. Ih.iHWM... .. uU a.l ... i In a race at Nubolassillc he trotted at iilla George Wilkes, sire of 71 performers in 3 30 and better! and that his blood breeds on is demonstrated . . ,.l UVi.l- . . .. . ol namnietulliati, "K"' II .. .. I fiin.lv- .. IL ........ by being the grandsire ol 7 in the 3 30 list at the age of 16. sare, isitntisc HV METROPOLITAN 137'. iioousiin.Chief, Pilot. hio and Khwih Forrest I I. I..U "e sr e ii. are lesis. wae as at solid csSMt. tracing as it dees to the i An analysis of Heileviesv's nedigicc will show that it ranks among the s. ., .siamnrino Jr. he Pence bonsxl Son of Ityrdyk's Hambletonian. r lorence, nam 01 ivsiene a nam ny i.tHdcli and as great an Indiv uluil as . reaigre mighty George Wilkes through his bestson, Red Wilkes, twice to Alexander's Abdallah, one of the l.rrrckk.ader hay, (oal.d its is, is Mingo Chief, son of GaK s Comet Morgan. tit make a great stock horse r SW1i nines ISSI Dam.JOETTE, by Hlood Chief, 79a Sire of Fan-m- c I most prepotent sons of Hambletonian 10 and three times to Mambrino Chief. He f)ser i Of the 2:1 performers liavc a sli.Mic season of i at my staKe aVj miles will make the Robinson, 2 jo'j. Relies tew Wilkes is a hore uf fine style, ipecdy conloruiation and a trotter of high order, basing first nam SelltViley. grais't.m of HiH.lt hi trots Staaford Golddust and Morgan b ovhI n the Hustoavillepike, jtt ss.ttt ,iar t. htircbili by Alex Metropolitan, by Rysdyk's Ilamblctonian, dam last ran at terre Haute, ind., trotted a half mile 111 12, finishing a close second to the winner In 3 25 Infusion ofGoldduil will make Horsey present seasoa c Marc hill. 34 daw by It l Margiase, gransiassi ol Hyacinth by Volnntier, grandam Clara, dam of being timed separately in 3 27. He has repeatedly gone quarters in is seconds, a 3 30 clip. Aftera at my place i'-- j mi cs from Manthe on the Hu- ford Kln Alfossao. 4th Jam MlstMue by C hcrokw confidently expect him to season in the stud he will be sent to lower his pre-erecord and sve $30 to a Living Colt. jik dam lll.ek-t.ye- d Dexter und Dictator, by beely's American Star. short Sutan by 'I iter, 'th dam by Metropolitan is acknowledged to be oneofthebest get a mark close to 3 20 before the season closes. He is one of the only three sons ot Red Wilkes with tonville pike. records better thau 2 30 making the season in the Slate, and the other two stand at Sum and $150 Alb.it, 7th lam by Algerine. Sth dam b) Grey by many the very best bred stallion ever toal-eand AKr.il, qthd.m a ntarc purshased in Belleview Wilkes will make the season of iSyi at Hellesiew Farm tjsj miles east of Hurgin $15 to Colt. iriuiaby Hisfull sister Relna Victoria, sold at the Cast llurbruiir fur I hut svhuse I'tdigrcri. sale (or ?7,oi5 highest price ever paid for now btst, blws esl to be by Amcrtcts: n.lKdam l.s Will slind at same place on reasonable terms. Personal at ' at public sale Two fillies by Metro Mnareskept a brood mare hylsap Mnoker nth dam by Imp Medl, i.tn politan, neither of whlcn were eser noottu single, accidents. tcnliun given but Iiolicspo4jslble Imp t'earnaugbt Limited to 30 approsed n arcs. Mares kept at reasonable rates, out U"t responsible tor accidents sold at public sale for $1,32?. averaging $002.50. $10 to a Living Colt. dajtsby Ilillel,Shark, 13th dam Impand also M1.1 jmp. Hie ol . t...r hi.rse by Hlood's Hlack Hawk dam Miss should any occur. Mood Chief, At same tim and pin t, will make Ihe season Womlfurd. I l.e l.ioneM, Ac .used late d He is a hrlzbt bav wi'hout arv hil i.U lv His get won D M .V A S BOWMAN, Hurgin, Ky. Duncan bv Scott's Highlander, graudam by one of Levi II i.b ole s best bred )iung;avks, with last tsvi.cn )iro,ni and be stoo I hands hid h, fine mane and tail, nf hue action an? daiii bv Thnoleon Hlnnd Chief sired N H We svill give Sato to the first of his produce securing a record of 2 n or better and to the Ihe slid Chief first obtaining a record ot 3 20 or better is .1 nitutal saddle hnrse; b Fannie Robinson 2 D M .V A. S. lit) WMA.N, Silxr King, the sornndtn and hiltt of wim.mg sirw.10 He wa vt 7 year old great premium horse First dam by I nasi lluck-dewui Irom 1W7 itt! Wood's lllack Hawk sired tiedamsof on 1 sjV He is black with while points, nearly 15 hands j J (Urn bv Denny's Dresmoa; id dam by JV so Arniin an,1 and Alment.Jr., aroaiidgrandam of I will a!.o stassd at the same plate my ftuc high, ttne length. Nine and body, 3 years eld. 3. I'llmore Filmore was a great sbw horse la bis ai k Hclle HrasiieM 320 and Piot.oi.e 2 .s sired by JLe lllackburn. First dam Doll day. He wis by Moitgiutrs Whip Riugolil is 151.. hands high and extremely fine d smt of by Roval Mammoth; ad dum Ro-- e Embry a mare by Frank, thonsughbred. and slvllsh Will mi! n the season of '91 at my byMoiH'wall Jacksai 1. he by John Uaughman s Mares kept at reasonable rates but not responsitable ut.Morcl.vid, 2 mile North nf Hustons ille, b Jim id dam EUea At $10 to losi.re a Living Colt, on the Hustoiiville and DniivU'epike, 111 $10 to Iack, his damHambai, Porter; Compromise; Hlythc ble for escapes ur accsdeat. lit is t he's he 1y A M PENCE, Stanford. Kr ithdira a brown with winepomi., v years n!d in Jaw Living Colt. Lien retained on all lnsuro E. P. fine'bUck jennet by Dr. Ilcnaet. cf Mad- Danville, Uovlc Countv, Kv. a ror;d to aiDther horse or traded colts, lfnwe ?".d '".l.'.,r ""d high He W4S.siHl bi Aiken'. son county, lo Levi HiibMe, King U illsam, h- - b Ki.g Phillip First dam a rnonev will be due. Grass furnished at $2 so per I Hbu k Satin lennt , .he was sired b) King Phillisi; moutn Cure taken tonreveni acciueuisor escapes M dam by Muttrastlc. k. hv l.n. !..- 1 k7 . but no responsibility should any ocur Colt. At $10 for a jack ks brw.en him.rlf a bne'btd.r I have emplo) oil O A. Hoover of Kitigsvllle.Pa. A number 15 1 of hu colt, have sold for $11.) at weaning Inn. roe this season. He has put o horses in tsdrivefor A lien will be r- iaius.1 oricnlts for ssasoc Mm) du when the colt Is foaled or mare tvatt the a 30 list. I have a splendid track and will hanI 3 RLID, Stanford id wtsti. ben r.taiacd till the money is paid dle a lew hore beside, my own at reasonable priparticulars address, P W. LOGAN. 'o.sser ? ces. For . Ky W,S WIGIIAM, K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. BKLMCWT CHI3GF 8689. (, STJMAC. 1 1 5P u'm ' Sired br Watstn jham 2166 (sire of Latitude, record a:l9H.) 1st dam Tinsel by Mcsserger Duroc 106. son of Hambletonian (and sire ol Elaine a 30 the dam of N'jrl.vne, earling3 iVl; nl dam Hess, slsier to James Howell, ir.. by Hainhletonian 10, sirp of Dexter 2 17H. 3d tlim Jessie Sate by Harrv Clay 43, sire of the darns of M Jullen 111K. Hndine that have produced 1 30 trot2 194 and 12 more ters; also sire ol the 1U111 of Klectioueei, sire of 30 111 tr.o 230 list; 4tn turn ny Liberty, son 01 i.ance by Amcricin Kclipte Valinham iot sire nf Naboth, is one nt ihe yoiiHgosl sons of Gsorg. Wilkes M9, record 2 as, whosirikl Harry Wilkis 2 t iH, Guy Wilkcua 15',, Mike Wilkes 2 I.S'V Wilrox 2 if and ttl others im 3 jolisi; also 41 producing sons and 19 producing daughters N'aboth it u bsv horse, t bands high, Note foaled June . iSSg His pedigrrc cmiains the blood of llamhletoman. Geotire Wilkes. Mambri-11- 0 Chief. 1'ilct.Jr and ilatrytliy. (Shown last seasons times as a loik ; premiums and i certificate ' Will make the season nl and 11 SIRED 11V RIENZt. Soi at my plncr 3 mil fri'in 'anlordo. the Dansillc pike, Insure a:hi 1 ..... . pilit r"l Sigrt tl( Insure a 3i, - BROWN JIM. tj ;, I. BRUCE, 1 1 IMl M first-class ERHICSSON, JK, Nut-wish- y 2- d -- il ?amLfeon;, --- . "' i'i, i. KING BOY. to Insure or S30 tho Season, with Return Privilege. iii I i . J. P. CROW, Pr2r2ctor. .', ' 4. 9eA rr r Belleview Stock Farm, Season of 1891. Insure a Living Star Denmark, Insure Living l, ,, . "S'ou.ng' . . .Tack ai-- At $8 Insure a BEIiLEVIIl'W WILZES 13994. " u- - . , I - '. .... ..... n . .t ur . i.i . SAM. DORSEY GOLDBUST, BREECHLOADER. At 58 to Insure i. j o-- 11 ' n'i, t, .. 33-,- d Insure Living o8, V lt, ..'..." ,?7...5 ..-- !. ! I ....... ... .'...". "" i, .'.. 1 , nt . At Insure in.;..r..., d. At Insure a Liviug KING IJUCJwDEN Insure At S50 Cash, with the usual Return Privilege. rlilig fr At Ara-tus.i- Jsi KOSCOE. I gt .,. Wll-liasr- " MAPLE SHftQE BREEOIKG FARM. FAULCOXER, r 1 STEVE VALKER. jik A 13-j-m Mon-land- S m If r 'J i 11 nt. v IV M3adar.l Role 1 ) Sired by Dut.1l.1r 11 j (sire of Jay-EvScea 10, Phallas .;,, Director J 17 and 20 others 13 tne ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 3715 sire of GenevaS 1 iu1,', H'ltie Jones 2 19S. Mattie H. 3 30 list. Eilie 1 At our stables 3 miles west of Stanford on the . v o I a 24'.,, Kettle Mc.a 39, Quinine h 3 w Keller V. 1 3S.Telephonehortiton 2 and "First dam Alice, by Almoin Second dam Norma by Alesandcr's Norman 3;. a 2SN1 "isma chelby City pike, this fine young saddle stallion lams ot Charleston j 27, Lady t.ay 2 27, Wilkiement 3 as, sawoua 2 '1 bird dam Voung v.) mart mare, by Cocur dc Nu 2 35 and others with records lower than 3 10 Hy ALMON I' 31. to serve o mares c ill be Leon Hens j LECTURER 10582, brother to Armoor j 21V aired by ELECTIONEER. Slreot Sumsl '3 Fourth dam Old Twiman mare uhtraced Col 1 a 10K, Palo Alto 2 I34, Mauanita (4! 2 to, Aliteeo 3 il,1.', Norval 3 174, Adair 2 17' (, Hell Hoy 1 19V4, Alinont 33 (sire of raauy Witbcrspoon rJsJ $15 to Ins-siTAntevolo 2 19'. and 53 more 3 jo performers. Bay horse, 16 hands high, foaled ist datu Mamie Piedmont 2 i;S and 35 others in a 30, mUu sire the dam of Azuioor 3 34', of the dams of Alabaster, 4 yestrs a it, J II Description and Pedigree: He is a beautiful C, a I7W, Catchlly brother 1 il!j, Hibder Richardson dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane Sire SILVER CHIMES 6810, Golden to Silseronc 3 n't Sired by ALCVONE 713. 2 record 3 37 of Alcryooa ij!4, Iona 2 i7j-- , Wilkes 3 oK. Acolyte 1 21 and 31 in the charmRod 3 lM, Silseronc a (Juarterma.ter ail Erune and tall, 3 years old and is lull I5)i hands high, 2 ed elide by Abdallah is; 1st dam Salty Anderetc., etc Hay horse, 16 hands high, foaled lisj. istdaui silveilock (dam of Sils erqtie 3 jy J 343, eoiimanding in appearance and symmetrical In HAVELOK 513. by PRINCEPS 536, sire o3iu 330 list. Hy Woodford Mambrino 3 at V$. Iksy son by rMamtrino Chief 11; ad dam Kate by form. Sired by King Eagle (the Atkins horse ) Pilot J 13. dam by Star Eagle; ad dam by Hamlet horse, is'j hands high, foaled iW). Dam Lottie, record a aS lull sister to ESic Deans 3 3K by First a 20, of a! Lula Harz.Metoniun 10 sireot Deter 3 Nettie 2 t( Sire of 4: 330 trotters and th dims of 73 Norman 23 sireNorsal 2 h,', May QueeaMedium Denmark, rDoUns' . ;d dam by Harris' Denmark. Normoa the dams of i?ss Eagle. Star Eagle Grandsire of Maud S. 3tif4, Jay Eye See 2 10, St.Julicu 2 Maxey Cobb 2 nV, Harr Wilkes King Eagle was gut by Hlack 1 M, M( by Morse Horse 6; ist dam Slocum was got by.Cabble's Lexington , dam by Garrard - j'i. Goldsmith Maid 3 14, Clingstone 3 14 and about 900 others in 2 30 list. n are, s. t, b bv Maznum Honum Chief. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington scar-oland Mattie II. QUININE S. 11048, record 2 3vi and sister to Geneva S. 2 i Dictator, the sire of J.eorve Dsctotor. for many HarHambletonian. Denmark, dam by 2 34'.., j in 3 10, putting his dam in the great brood mare list Hy AHDALLAII MAMIIRINO 1713 years languished in oSbcurit) and reall) nev ris' Denmark was by Miller's Denn'arV. dam Ella Hopkins, dam of 3 in 2 to h.t, Geneva S. 2 io!, Mattie II. i year-ol- d 2 at1,, and tjuinnw S. er had a chance at the stud until he came to Considering his fine sue, cclor,tle and action, ist ly Octoroon, sire ol dam of Wm, Gingerly 3 16 and Sir Knighta ij't Kentuck): then 13 years old ana having up 10 together with his most excellent breeding, wc that time out 39 foals and at ao had lea. than s (Junk we have placed his services low. fcals.and onl) a few of them wore out of wtll Care taken to present accident', but no responbrnlniare- - Few stallwHs impart more spssed lo sibility should any occur. nis ucseiiuants, au.i mine, inoy nnv tnno-- r ante combined with level heads. lie is Also at the same time and plai e we will stand of id in the 2 or belter list, si tretteis ind Standard Rule i. the fine imported jack, 'Ihctroiters are beaded byJayK)e 4 pacers. , Hlack stallion, i' hinds high, foaled in S3 , - J hec10. Phallis j i"j. llir.)tor 217. We 4.. bred by A Goldsmith. Orancc county Nework. not know another stallion that has three such This voung sta'hon will be permitte.1 to serve a Sire a oy caiitiar t.y.a Sun-for- d cvd nnd number ot fawb sons witji the same First dsni Woburn Maid, bv Wobarn 102. Iihe few good mares at our stablesatone ui.le fioci Jay K)eSec has 1 beats better than on the Hustoiiville pike, trotted He is a black, nearly 15 hands high, of fine bono dam of Carver 3'27'i) ad dam by a Mambrino 3 30, Director 57 and Phallas 4s, a tctal of 163 horse; id dam by Mambrino Messenger. aid action, and will serve mares heats in 2 30 or better Castelar 1062, .y Volunteer sire of 'St. Julien $12.50 tO InSUre a LiVlUg Colt a Living Colt. 2 The returns of this v car's trotting will show etc; ist dam Miss Nodlne by Hammond, that Dictator notonlv breeds on through his bs sonot Potter's Clay; ?d darn Wells' Star, dam of A lien will be retained on colts for season and daughters, but a!o hi grandsons arc putting Artillery 2 2iJ-- and Modesty 2 26, by American R II. A E. I'. WOODS u -Description and redictee: Silver 'Finis a niee a number of horses 111 tl.e 230 list. His son, Col. tar n: id dam bv Hertrand bay with tine inane and tail, kind auklns white and Hambrick. has 3, Luiemandcr I Dick Loonier 1. Woburn 312, dyllainhlc-totiiain; ist dam Mis Director A, Junius 1, Phallsn 3. Pretender 3, ReCombined Sla'lion STYLE Cooley, by Telegraph 301 ; 2d dam the dam ol Geo. we think will make a great show horse. SPEED He was sired by the premium saddle horse. Sil- porter 1, Delineator and Endymicn 1 Ten sun. Cooley. by Friday. tired iy trotters Ed Harlow will stand .it mv stable 2K miles ver King, Lo by On Tune, he by Stonewall JackHis daughters promise to make fraat brood from Stanford on the new Whiie Oak and Die son Silver King's dam Mollie Mouncc w as sired by mares They have produced Ilrown, Elbert, GonRiver turnpike, near Dudderar's Mill, Cabbell's Lexington; 3d dam by Voung America, dola, Keller Ihoiuis, Evening Star. Garnet, Last Hanks, Northwest, VictortaW ilkes, byTarUr's Memmger Will make the season of 1891 at "Travelers' Rest $10 to a Living Colt. heSilver Tip's first dam was bv Skeedaddte, Mor- Chalice, Nancy and Williams. Marget S. by Direc Mattie Sokimoii near Shelby City, Ky , Farm'' ris's famous saddlu boric, lie by Oilier, he by tor has a record of 3 2 V. and Nancy Hanks has Ed. Harlow's clts come this spring a record of 2 la1 ,, a third heat made in a race, and Colt. are good ones and bid that havemake valuable ani- Wagoner. $15 to fair to she a never been beaten His grandson, Skcciladdle's ist dam Medoc, 3d dam Trumpetmals, t liy Phallas has put 3 in the list. Phalla-inon- t er; id dam Aratus He is a blood bay, 15 ', hands high, left hind Girl .'37,, Pballene 3 ;o and Virgmius Silver Tip's 2d dam was by Red I. Ion. I will also stand at the tc-same time and place white, hcavt mane and tail. 223 Live Stock Reconl. Mares kept at reasonable rates but no responsimy young Jack, ood George Dictator is a black stallion, 15 hands 1 sirul by Saddieu bility for accidents or escapes. First dam by Smith s Alinont, slreof Katie Howhigh, foaled in iS3i, isa handsume fellow- and will M.irrs parted witli forfeits insurance. Lien reard 2 19 V.; ad dam by I .on' Wellington. certainly sire CAtrcme speed He wasbredfora tained on colts for season. Saaddleivond, a grand saddle horse, was by At $S to great stock horse He will stand a living colt Joe is a red jack, 3 HEAZLEV HROS.. V.'jti.ood; istilam by Star Denmark, the winner years old insureOctober, full 13 hands high, of fine law to Colt. At a tsf 10 premiums; ad dam by an imported saddle style and action; bred by Stanford, Kr. the late Peyton Emoree, uJIkie ; 3d dam bv Veech's Hambletonian. of Lincoln count, and has a double cross of Jim by Hlackssood 74 ear-ol2 31 Wisdwund was Porter. For information as to ssresd Blackwood, Jr., a 32'i; 1st dam KateMcs- - on Wm. Gooch, of Lincoln, or hisP. breeding, call Binbrec, of J. Mci.ei.cr Jr, ad dam by Davy Crock-t- t, Madison. ofr Hay stallion, 11 hands high; foaled i3.j )i.; fi dam by Hrunswick, son of Sumpter; Money due on all seasons rwhen the colt conies Smith's 4tb i.Hi Vjr lasis Hambletonian. Sired by KING C.ltSAR. or mare traded off. STANDARD. by AlsBubt ,i, sire ot Westinont a 8 C. M SPOONAMORK. (Hy llogan's Admimstrator.i Illackwoot 74 by Koy Vltiks3f,oC'U j 16JJ, Ac. May liy Petoskey sire of King Toskey, record 3 15, First dam Came Allen, by Ashland Jr. TCirmao ri, 2144, lueen 320, Mary Lou a 19';., dam Elia lanedam of Maud Mes Second dam bj Sir Robin I SEASON AT Ac- - Daan Vy Maaiirino Chief. itat. 1E91. senger 3 ifiK "llreee Wilkes will make the seaThird dam by Giltncr Riown's Highlander. LsjiBftvu Dciuaark is claimed to be one of the son of ifqi at my place 2 ',4 miles from Stanford on r hiuivkuuirst and ssKnt beautiful horses in by Hogan's Administrator (sireof Kin? the Rush Uralicb pike, He safashtocably bred III saddleaud Major Landers a jj', son of Administrator 357 21 grand saddle horse, a finegaitcd lire of Catch lly 2 iS;,', Mc.Mahon a 21 and 6 miters Colt, 111 2 30); dam by American Clay 34 vsire of Gran-vill- e gaits naturally. He has Two miles from Lancaster on tho Stanford pike $20 to rviver JOid ge the racking and trotting.with tdMiwti 3 ss 3 36. Mag'jie Hriggs a 37. etc) 3d dam dam He emanates frcui the high-c- l Money due as soon as the fact is ascertained. A of Wilcox 2 16', and Hald Wilkes 230) by Ked siut wty jxrjMuriuon d prtmiun horses in i;laM vf sAddsv lien en colt until money is paid. Hawk; 31I dam by Mamhiiiio Chief 11 de and his dam represents vn Us c's 8 CHARLES DUNN, Stautord, Ky. cgau will stand trotting laraihes in the whole rtui.c vf W produces the best svuuiiirs to Thc.Imported Voung Jack, aud those which com. Hy General Knov, sire of 18 in the a to list, 3 in f.vw M) ti iiutiitl jtbe Uct rscttn aH eastern markets. Any a 20 list. First dam by Hoiirlum Cruel, sire d six I also have Irom 2 iS lo a 25; 3.1 dam a thoroughbred. .srufwi4i,tw e kssst to appreciate his gteat-1tw EAG-L- E BIRD. ALL All MAMBRINO 3715, $100 the Season. IIAVELOK 5x3 r, 350 to Insure. QUININE S. 11 048, $40 to Insure. TURNER. SHETLAND PONY, Jio to Insure. Living Stallions for 1S91. - Geo. Dictator 3882 J e 1 1 1 MINSTREL, At $20 to Insure. I5y Longfellow, dam Slipper bv Planet, Saddle Stallions. Wallace I 1 3', :' Denmark, Lcxcli, Tom lob.'nsil. At O a Living iS. LITTLE RUFFIN, liy Monarchist, Dam Imp. lion Hon, by Macaroni, At $15 to Insure. h I a'.y aadult ,:.!. 19-!- ... .Mas.... Uil, tint irai sss. I pa-o- i Rys-dyk- 's i7, 1 iit, 1 d POWHATTAN III Hy Imp. Glcnelg, lian, Ed Barlow 2375. i SILVER TIP. Dam Florence I, by Imp. Austra- sary anise aad sprightly in gait, in torn and nisb j p?tl i a ,,, Mrtj .. SumiHcr D.nm irs ,k h tblird . Denmark he by tinmen A- trim., I . Denmark, he t.y ibe e bor.e Denmaak. l.e !.s in.ss. Hcdgcfnrd. Ilia rai hr.t daw was med t,v s,r WUU. he .. lodhunUi s sn sin.ii'e, vis ' ir Ml .r-- , thot hue! rr. . .1 .mm is Mttui't ' mil of ir.ia.i.s I. 1. Ih.ighbr, I, , , .ft M ishipp, I .lam a U ipp mare. isvaking him -1 ..isi7 lMr and lain tali,is bsta a wi.dlcr, and wn.n usriiy uiisen in Hire- ,.d. .ike a trailer Hcishiaii tail siun both tida j.ts Ike third to is backed h, pvorHiglibrmlsoH both nVs. v Wallace Dec mark. .., ....,,. laj, lb. .icmz.in-. .A......1.. y if t h.ndi inn. . neasy . - ...',.u I the-ir- e JOK3LNT S. W3S3CXS. At $15 to Insure. IkEXBI,, blck SoOn WulUct 1., At $10 to Insure uj, CONCREGAN, IW I Ten Hrocclc, dam by HIanet, At $10 to Insure. The Saddle Stallion, reaiigjee -- nr.t Mr tVallai r.as kiwii iilse. Vul.it. I.v ...s k .. '1 oM Hla.K !l.-ke bv Kkv I'- - 1, Viiidrs' ..1 sir, .it.iii.i r. riri . .1 .Im,. r Ba, Meen,i, dam f Cauti.ta. U In, :. it ia. alay ami isa trv tail, of 1.- , hinds Ii nnurk : . 1 t 11 lifjl ic ve. Is tv. he. liurh. heats lane ind ... 1.... .... years r... est .r..i,,,Hi.g .aibile colt d ,1,1 by Videite; xl dam by 1 V..l. TOM S0SINS0IT, .lam itrk let's DenmarK. In. dam Fb.ii..- tt .1.,,. ... ..I gamcry'sOuver; j! dam b Old Drer.n Son rst 11 1 1 Wt'aci-Dsn- . LEXINGTON DENMARK Insure a Living a'e; , i Mt. . At Insure 1 Eagle Denmark, At $10 to Insure. At Phal-Uni- Tom is a aiMsnapeti r...e. nlack with heavy mane and tail, IC! hands high, isa na'ural caH.l.. r ,n.li. .. proven hiiuscll u t'.m. t breeder. The above stock will make Ihe season of ilk.1 at myfariu j'i miles from Hustoiiville, nwir Cat pettier s statlcn, rirvl will I permitted Iu serve marcs by the insurance.. Wallace Joe Embroo, - For pedigrees and particulars, .address S. II. or J. II. Haughman, 9 John n. ( $20 Insure Living 3- -) d l-- 3 Brease Wilkes. HOGA1T. Stanford, Ky. asti.lmas a. .ias.1 rasa. Stock commuted to my care and breedmir will receive my personal attention. Grass, furnished at reasonable rates, to Ui paid for before temovalof lilent W'h r?.Le,p0",Jl'1,t,3r for sloe k or removal Irom neighborhood lotfilts In.uraiico and makes due 9 1 And Tom nt $0. and Lexell at $15, STEELE CARPENTER. ij, rr c, a Ken-auC- g, tth "MAPLE S," Ca-sa- At Insure a Living ROYAL insurance Company, OP LIVERPOOL. BA11I3EE&CASTLEMAN MANAGERS, WATERLOO. 'I his tlies.-aM.ii- Ken-Suc- 'k Ut 11Viatson 'W "J Arthur Sims 3041, $20 to Insure. 1. At $10 Insure. c, WYLBY. 13 Five Splendid Jacks, t .W sraV vUm ry .(dcsvdiJ your g jack, Will make the season of 1891 at my farm, the old Imported Hidalgo, Atttllv. tsistl 1 5.J4 hands idwc wsafc sraalo a living HtsJr " wkess mure is parted rtltv.tU.escsWssU1, .. W' . . 2-, -- w. . c .1 1. t:ttr.sl'.C Wyandotte 5526, sireof Prince Imperial d dam a thorough-bred. '9fM' iv ' 1 lutoiure .. : Hy Metropo'itan. First dam by vv'illlam Welch a aJ1, Jeremiah a Ji, &c , urmiwttt' .VJWrftf.--' ls1i,.H'Jy"'- - t ' KV!rV', j""' ' "! L- " $20 to Insure. ii T.A ELKIN, Laucastcr. - At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. The other Jacks are fine mule jacks and will Commerce Building, Louisville. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, serve mares Agents throughout the South. This fine youngjack Is hands high, Is a black Or Jia 50 till weaning lime. At $10 to Insure. and a jack of fine atylr. His head and ears are Lien retained colt till weaning tme. r.re perfect. He must bc'iccu to be appreciated. These animals will surd at my statics the W. A. TRIABLE, Local A?ont, fiiken to prevent accidents but no rcsponslblillv Somerset pike 2 miles south cf Stanford. GEolGE It. ENGLEMAN, should any occur. 011 011 John l.oyd Thurmon place, near Shelby City, a Two of which ire noted as the best jennet jacks, and will serve jennets at $35 for a jack colt and $15 lor a jennet and will serve marcs 17 hands high, weighs i.joo pounds, magnili style and aciiun and is a sure (mil gelh r; his proc- sp. a, saJdle M"- -..r l,..IVfi!!ii'li,.'th," ''" '' Mambrino Chief; hrt ' a'm-'tbe by Mambrino, lie by l.1 Imp. Messenger " "an- - by Hay Mvsseiijer, he by ". Harpinus he bv Hn.bl..toii,i.r, he by Imp ad dam ki,l U,r,, by Cannon Whip, he by llackburu'sWhip.hebvImp. Whip, he by by Ilerml, 3d dam a thoroughbrislmarn by Imp DioimMe. U.iy Mtswngcr's dam was out ot a full blooded Messenger mare ami by Imp. Rockingham. Waterloo's dam by Helm's Yorkshire, he by Imp Yorkshire, dam by Welsiaer's Ilelshairar; ail dam by Kwsutli; 3d dam Hie nolrd saddle mart! owned by Joe Helm ami afterward by rs. I.Lee, Waterloo will stand trotting anil combined slallion will make 1801 at my stable at.Mile,Lr..ville iJfscmnioii and I'lslier.... U'....i "J. a b 1. eny combining ti- -s Hi. I... - ,n..i T, " hrst-clas- s r; 9 t Shelby City, Ky M S. HAUGHMAN, Stanford. STANK HI'. K, 13 M. T. UL'SSELL, MMWaevllle, Ky ' "-- ? Ti mui Vfifl.iiijinuii - . J"9! ... . 'IT--tl "'a"" iHTi. SjitffcV " JUTE BAGGING FRAUDS. HOW UNCLE SAM WAS ROBBED THE BAGGING TRUST. BY Tlir llruulmck nil Cotton HiiCC'"C How ttin Trust I'orbrtril tlm III port T' .Munpy A Wry Mistily Triiiiaurlloii 1'nllj Kx posed. Mr. Ireiloll MwiroB, fM;inorly deputy collector of ciutouu nt Wilmington, N. V., Inw given n duttcrintiuii of tlio juto dniwlmck frauds by which tlio govoni-inen- t was robbwl or .ftMS.OOO hy the Juto Ilnggitig trust. The law in forco tip to lat OctoW allowed a ilmwlNick of 00 cent, (it h now 1)9) "on article of materials imported, on which duties have heon paid." Thuro are manufacturers in the United SUitoH, in various lineHof trade, largely deienduut upon foreign raw material to Mipply tha need a of their utiHUiepe, mid whero they take tlio product of their factories, iiuitlu entirely of imported duty jwild material, and osjiort it to foreign markets, or wheiu tho purchasers of their product, who thereby hxliroutly pay tho duty tioii tho raw material, export tho man u far tit red article to foreign couiitritM, it would heem that tho statute justly in refunding tho duty .Into is now on tho froo list hy tho .McKinley law, hut it is of interest still to recall thoso juto dniwlmck frauds to hhow what Meals aro jiossihle in our customs pyHtein Tho jieiMin entitled to a drawback is tho oxjiorliT, and ho alone. When the manufacturer hold tho bagging he iiutdu the butr pay htm tho duty on tlio juto, and clearly ho h.nl uo further claim upon anybody for a refund of tho duty The cotton plant w liought the bagging with U: duty added to the pi ice, and the cotton itM'lf M)M with th?. duty added. The viorting merchant was tho last in the line of American purchaser to wty the duty, and if anybody was to reome the refund of duty from tint government he hiw evidently the man Hence the law provides tiiat the extorter bhall prolines tho certificate from tlio collector of th port when the duty was originally p.iitl. tluit "tho e.Kitter bhall produco the Hworu afildavit of tho proprietor ami foreman of the uiauufactory at which the article whs manufactured." contemplated that the Tho law importer of the raw material hhoiild tilt refund of dutv utiles he were ulo tho e.Kirter of the inaiiufacturel article. Likewise, thelawmiikes no for a refund ot duty to the inaiiu-- . faeturer utile he hunm-lexorti his product, Tlio law reom-mzthe pnnri-plthat when good iiiiHleof foreign raw inaken buck materials are sold, the all that hail icon paid in duties. Now, in tho juto twigging referred to fraud. When, in thro was the gro-es-t 1S3!I, it was dutermiuotl to extend thtt drawback provision to juto ixigging the detertiiiuatiou was not generally made public. .Mr. Meare says: ''The decuiou of the department to this effect was made hy letter to the collector of ciintoms at New York, tl.itedat Washington, Nov. II, lSSa, hiuI Mgnnl by the adjutant cocretary nf the CopMw of this letter wrro tfWMttiry irately in cotiimunirtitioiiH K'ltt to each otlico for the guidance of collectors at Kinaller i sorts. The lett't' lows not nppHHr, however. In the lontid volume of sntinjwi of truMStiry decisions for the year l.sHrt It is lliocusUun of the deiartmunt to mnio in printed circular fonu for gratuitous dulnbutiou instructions of this kind. "Why was this not published in the monthly and yearly islitions of decinionx' It may havu been iuteuiioiially withheld from too much public notice. In any event, it served well tho manufacturers' purposes. It is not charged th.it they instigated the let-above quoted and had notice of it tjuietly forwatdeil to tho feveral ports by soino one friendly to their scheme and having some Kvcr over the matter in tho department at Washington, in-- , stead of publishing it widespread, but it is mentioned as one of the coincidences which so nicely tit in with the suspicious payment of tho drawback claims Had tho intention of tho ilepartment to allow juto bagging to be-- ' coino bubject to drawback duty been given out publicly exporters would have immediately sought their rights in tho promisee, having notice of the law and regulations, but tho manufacturers would havu been disturlied in their quiet progress in collecting it." As this rilling of tho department was not properly published, tho exjiorters of cotton were not aware that a refund of duty would bu made; but in some way tho United States Uagging Manuor juto baggiug facturers' and the information, trust got tho members of this trust went nuietlv to work to nobble, up what belonged to the cotton exporters. Tho ' members of the trust, being Importers, could produce evidenco that they imported at certain times and in certain quantities tiie raw material, and as manufacturers they could furnish tho required affidavit as to when and whero this pile was made into bagging, but how could they identify this raw material in tho exports? Thoy could not, but they made a bluff at it. Mr, Mearos writer: "With this evidence in hand, which nominally but substantially met the requirements of tho regulations to produce evidenco of iuiort and manufacture of tho article upon which the demand for drawback is made, and armed by a power of attorney, tho local ugont watched the exportation of cotton at his particular port, And whenever local exporters cleared a carjro of cotton to foreign markets ho forthwith proceeded to filo his claim, in behalf of the association, for the payment of the drawback duty, and during tho season of 1883 and 1881 succeeded in collecting it at a number of tho cotton ports. The form in which those claims aro made statu under oath of party making them that tho lot of juto bagging therein stated to bavo boon exported was manufactured in tlio United States of tho jnte butta 1t until-ufjicture- il oji-nite- s r pro-vinto- n f e e M-ll- I -- I certified to in accompanying documents us having Khhi imported and duty paid, and the date of import, when, whero ami by whom manufactured is Uibertod and sworn to. ""When it is remembered that It is a practical impossibility to follow this bagging from the factory, through tho merchants' and farmers' hands, and back to itH place of expoitation, after the rolls in which it was first sold have been cut up and seprtrato pieces wraped around the cuttuii hah, utid identify it as that made from any imrtieiilur 'importation, it will readily Ik seen that tho certificates fllod as to import and manufacture are merely nominal, and substantially proved nothing ns to identity." These gentlemen seemed to have no friir of 'tjury before their eyi-They had to swear that the exported bagging was made ndely nun the jute butts imported, and manufactured as "in said entry stated" a thing which they could not possibly know Or course a man who will juggle with will not hesitate an oath in this ntiout mixing himndf up with another man's property, but tho nervo of this proceeding is something delightful. Thm exported projrfy did not lxdong to tho United States Uagging Manufacturers' ifociatioii, That association was uot exorting the cotton or tho bagging. It had nothing to do with or no claim upon either. Yet it stationed an agent at every jiort in tho United States who claimed ami received five dollars a ton. Ies 10 per cent., on a class of exjwrts to which it had not a shadow of title. It is interesting to note that the outrage whli h wasmllowed under the Arthur administration was rtopied shortly after Mr. Cleveland limime president. This was not only very ltnd morals, hut it wa very Imd law. as Mr. Mearos show: 'The rollector at eacli port is required to determine whether the regulation are projx'Hy complied with, and whether the claim is proiorlr and MilHtnntmllv In t . cases here proven tho dniwlmck was imid to the tnanufactur ers, although their mimes did not npjHXir on the export manifest at tho custom hotto as the shippers, in tho face of the iin.rfmeut of the KevUed Statutes, section 3.0.1S, which reads, 'All shrill bo iwtiod and made payable to tlte original importer of , the uierehMtidise, entered for whatever tho satuo shall requtisl in writing, by tlio oxKirtr. but uot otherwie.' This is an exprei inhibition ittsnti the iMverumout officials Miyiug claims of this character, well ontnblislied otherwise, tb any other tieri-ii-n than the e.torter, tildes so requested by nun in Writing, and it was totally disregarded by tho collectors liquidating tiie refund here referred to. InvtotigMtinu discloees the fact that tho written authority required in all such cases was not prodiictsl by the claimants or tli reiimil, as tiie law re quired, and either through gnv-- s care 1(?sieM or connivance tlw claims were illegally and wrongfully jmid. Tlio amount of money thus receivi! by the entersrisiiig nianufactiirer wiu In I?3. $irj?.lt!.(.Uti: in lfcSJ. .ftlt5.i;S.?2 ill 1S8.). flS.aJo.lO Total. Ili.olU. IS. s I fn-lii- on The lower coiniHirtiitent contains tho cofliii, in which tho remains of Mr. Wethoivll are incased. This in turn is inclosed in a catacomb receptacle of pure white marble, hermetically sealed; on tho top of this will bo built a unique' columbarium to receive tho ashes of Mrs. Wetherell after tho urn containing them is placed therein. The heavy slab of (jtiiucy granito compiling tlio center piece of the floor will then bo placed in Msitiou. From tho base up tho memorial is coustiucted of selected Westerly granite, the curved pillars supporting the three sections are highly polished, while the remaining decorative work is carved in the rough in high relief. The apt x of tho monument is crowned with a carving of tho lamp of life. This memorial won selected prior to tho death ..r M.. .IWIfWIV iv Villi ,1 i.... . ...... i... ..r (i.i.,.,, I. ll J1IU llllllllV. IF, designs submitted to her by tho largest constructors of this'chissof work, both at home and abroad. Tho design was accepted and the order for tho same, given two months previous to her death, and at tho time the memorial was in course of count ruction at tho linn's works in Wt-- t Qniui'v, Mass. I'hiladelphia Times. .111-. Kuim Abbott' Monument. OF PLATE GLASS. A handsome memorial to tho late PPJCES Emma Abbott is now in tho process of construction, and will bo erected in A FALSE PROTECTION CLAIM EX- tho beautiful Oak Grove cemetery of POSED. Gloucester to mark tho final resting husplace of the prima donna and her band, Kugene WetheroH. In design the Wliere Hid Trie or Plato Ota Foil I'lrnt. Tin. Itiiwnwiiril Cotiro of Price In memorial is of the gothic style of archiTho total height from the 1'r.uicti Itefiiro We tecture. to .Mann fart-lir- e gioiind is fifty-seve- n feet. Five masMVo Iloinr-ktlmill foretcii Price Now. granite steps lead from tho ground to The high tariff papers of the country the floor of the canopy, and under this floor the aches of tho famous songstress are at present making n great ado over will bo placed. Tho interior arrange- tjio plate glas industry, which they ment of the tomb is both new and novel. claim is u triumph of protection. They lli-:i- n . many women surfer from Excettlve or Scant Menstruation; they don't know who tocenfide In to get proper advice. Don't confide In anybody but try Every Month htgrth: or west, THE. Louisville 4 Nashvilic R. R. Is 1'ie une for you, a its IF YOU ARE COIJ.'O Bradfield's Female Regulator e Specific for SCANTY, PAINFUL. PROFUSE. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR 4 MENSTRUATION. Book to "WOMAN" malted free. J fi 6RADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, C2. Sold bj nil iJruKclitt. 1 ' diM-ii.- ! dels-iiture- s oxjxjrt-atiou- 1 how-ove- r in-(h- M-- p ' ' - , iar-ticul- ar mil (Inn, rr. .Sol llel,llii; l'rutertioti does not alwaj-- aecomplisli tlw obji t it hits in view McKinley raisol tii; duties on wool laet yoar for th Wiiflt of the wool growers, but no (m the contrary lieneflt ha ivsnltotl Ohio wool of tho beet quality is lowei tlmn usual, in Texas, too, whore me Keml) MhiIp Wlllklni: s.rt,. dium and low grade clothing wools are Several hsuhng dry goods houses in predured. t he outhiok is reported to be the city make a sjieeialty of tho sale of discouniKiiig. simple aud stylish ready mado walking A sjiecial correspondent of tho Boston skirts, the bodices of which can be Wool Reporter, who has been traveling quickly made of hue fabrics of a plain in Texas, was told by the sheep growers contrasting material, or ba worn with there that tiie wool product this year one of tho new prettily shaped and will prolwibly Ik considerably less than trimmed French These skirts usual, owing to the discouraging outlook are really a great jerseys. convenience, as most for good price. Ho found, also, that women are in h.ite some time or other many sheep ..re'lieing shipped out of the for a quiet utility d revs suitable for walkstate for mutton. On one much of l.".i00 ing or shopping ues. Plenty of timo is to .iO.OOO Miti'P a good ixirtion of them given to gowns for great occasions, but were being fattened for shipment to Chi every day, ordmaty dressing is too often cigo and Kansis City. While the wool dono without time or forethought. clip of Texas last year was about 18,000,- This is the reason why we so frequent(KM) jtounds, this correspondent estimates ly see such lamentable figures on the that it will not Ik) more than about street, paiticularly in the morning this j ear. and he does not be- hours, the same people turning out lieve that 3.000.000 sheep will bo shorn and beautifully gowned this j ear, while alsuit Sl.tWO.OOO were later on in the day, in tho park, at the shorn last year. galleries or for afternoon calling Tlio wooUmarket rejiorts have recent ait is not desirable. This ly made mention of the fact that Texas The sight is a sjR'cies of disillusion-uieii- t and territory wools are in good demand. unfavorable to women in general, and the stock of them nearly exhausted, and prejudicial to individual members wools owing to the fact that Australian of such a hasty class. There is somehave lieen more largely imiiorted this thing of tho old curl paper idea about it year than ever, and tho wools from the which is not pleasing. Ergo, blessings southwest are needed to mix with them on tho origiuator of the ever ready dress in manufacturing If tho wool duties skirts that aro now exhibited. They are were removed, would not our native simple, stylish, neat and inexpensive. wool lw demanded in greater quantities New York Post. than ever, more looms be employed and more puoplo better clothed than ever? "UkIiI. How t lie n iiitppy ( To liavoso much to do that there is no Ilooin llnml. Laredo, Tex., has been on rreat timo for morbid thoughts. To never think for a moment that you "boom" within a year past, but tho improvement company of tno town has are not attractive, aud to make yourself been put into tho hands of a receiver, look as charming ns possible. To bo so considerate of tho happiness aud the outlook is described as "decidedof others that it will bo rellected back to ly gloomy." Ono of the causes for the flattening out you as f i oni a looking glass. yourself to grow old, To never of Laredo's boom is worthy of attention from thoso simple miuded coplo who for by cultivating all the gracesof heart, fancy that a tarilf doomiot restrict trade brain and body, age will not come upou and interfere with business. A corre- you. To believe that a life work has been spondent of Tho Americau Wool mapped out for you, that it is near you, writes from Laredo as follows: "Ono of the severest blows Laredo has aud to do that which your hands find experienced, and which has added much for you. To remember that tho happy old maid to the depression in real estate there, is the result of the decision of the late Sec- is the only member of a family who, retary Windom, shutting out of this not having any other claims on her, can country Mexican lead ores. At this point be God's own sunshine to thoso in sorrow had just been erected the buildings of or in joy. Ladies' Home Journal. th Omaha ami Kansas City Oro SampThe municipal woman suffrage bill ling works and a large concentrator for has been defeated in the Massachusetts the reduction of ores by tho Yguaua maMining company, of Philadelphia, at senate. It received the votes of the jority of the Republican senators and of a cost of 300,000. These industries Cape are now closed down, and the machinery one Democrat, Senator Allien, of Coil, a lineal descendant of tho John has all been rejuovod to Monterey, MexAlden who married Priscilla. ico." The Windom decision h.vs now given recorder ot dmls for Logan coun place to the McKinley law, and as this ty,Tho Ala., ia a wounui, Mus Cora V. law imposes a duty of IJ cents per pound Diehl. She is only tweuty-onyearn on load ores, Laredo cannot smelt tho. ores with profit, although lying right on old, and ia a talented stump speaker w well 03 a clever politician. tho Mexican border. s AillUe .lliiiut i:errlr. Tiie cm ms for severe exercise has been growing among women for thopast three ,ir fniii- e;n until mnv it ii n miestinii whether more injiirv than benefit is not denvtsl from it. There is no doubt that women need a certain amount ot exorcise. The gssl effects of a brisk uiilo walk in the morning, and another beforo retiring at night is undeniable. An hour's ride on lnreback may be added to this, if a vmuan is not too delicate. Th women who take the regular daily walkn of from five to ten miles, and remain for hours in the saddle, on a big, powerful, hard gaited trotter, are invariably (in this country) tlte slight, nervous, wiry little creatures who have not a jiound of flesh to lose. Consequently, this weHf and tear on their strength and nerves will in time cauco a collapse, etsiMH'ially if this violent exercise has been adopted after living for years a life Could stout women bo of indolence. jKTsiiaded to overcome tho feeling of extreme fatigue, which they experience after their first long walks, and continue them regularly, and at a rapid gait, as near running as possible, for a few weeks, the burden of siiiMUtluous flesh would soon Imj reduced, ami their former actirity reMini. Tho troublois that the wrong women do the exercising. Do not carry it to extremes. Cut down your walk to twoorlhrnu miles a day. Take your ride in the morning and limit it to an hour. You aniiot too much frtwli air, so itrive ami stroll out of doors as much hh you can, but do not wear out your body ami bring premature linos into vour face bv excessive exercise. New York Truth." simhiiI - are constantly asserting that it was not until tho industry was established in this country that the prices of plato glass began to fall, and they aro very fond of comparing tho prices which prevailed from 1870 to 1S72 with those at which the gl.Lss is sold now. How careful they aro not to say anything about the real cause of the high prices which prevailed during the former period. Trance is tho most important center for tho industry in Europe, and it is from France that nearly all our imiort.s of plato glass have come n During tho war all industries were sunken up, and the drain of recruits from tho workmen for the armies caused a great rise in wages. For the same reason the prices of ma- trials rose, which, taken in connection with .1... heavy taxes and ....a... ....... inci dent to manufacturing industries in war time, caused an abnormal ri.o in the cost of production, and hence the price of glass. It is jnst as logical, therefore, to compare the prices of wool during war tune and now as it is to compare present prici's of plate glass with those ruling in 1S7U. The average price of Ohio wool in New York in January. ISGI, wits ninety-sicents to j.1.02 per pound. The present price is thirty-oncents ier jKHtnd. IJchold theefl'ectof a high tariff Of course such a comparison is absurd, but so is that made by the high tariff p,iwrs on plate glass. Hisiorv tells us that in 1099 the Count ess of Friquo exchanged an estate for a single mirror of plate glass. Only three years later a yard of plato glass bold in England for i'O 12s., or $H.ll. How absurd is tho statement of the papers that plate glass did uot fall in price until the industry lccnino estab-lishihero is shown by tho following figures, which aro for plato glass sold by the St. Gobain plato glass works of France: Franco-Prussiax CTCCTBgn.7arJgaaJgLULkMJUMWUt juwu Double Daily Trains Matcecluifi miieitiona at LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI .1 HKOL'f.H Kor nil point KkT.s SOI IIAGttAGK CHI ( Kl-.I- ) 'I lr any informal, Ono liox of theso pills n!!I 3tp Mils. Tliuy ur clnllitis lu lot-to- r SAVES MONEY. many an 'V. W Stanford, PKNX, 'Imv I'a.s AKent. Junction C'ly, Ky Twenty miles the Shortest to J A CAkI'1-NTl.K- , n HKOUGH. rnptire of Acent, I I. il K. apciully prepared a ud mipplle a uant loiiff felt. Thry re-- , move iinliculllir ureiimtilattoii Iroui (be body, itllliout nuiiMca or criplnir. Adapted lo joiuitf " "Id. I'rlre, 23c. Family Mediciae, SOL,I vB MHCttiKflQBEM?JU9TluU 3(mV3rrtiy (D) lOUISVIIlt.NlwAtBAHYt CHICAtOrT((r liVlillKWlimtlJ. MrM TO. MLTOA-GfO- , rajs 1mm m MM n VI& Mm eirwi MC uT H Sa i " And M-xty All. m C7H J Ami. SCOTT'S COHSUMPTIOH mmm CURES per day by its use. COLDS Vasting Diseases SCROFULA DRGNCHITI3 COUCK3 e Wondorful Flash Producer. Many liavo 'j.iiued ouo jiouud HcjU'h Jlmulsitm is not a secret remedy. It contains tho stimulating properties of tho Ilypopbos-pliito- s and pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, tho potency of both being largely increased. It is used by l'u biennis all over tho world. l'ulli.iaii VeMilnilitl liuffet Sleeper and I'litl- -i man IlufTct Chair Cars on all irjlns through to whicas;o wllhnut change. Go ia the Mcnon and get the Putt for tho Ieat inouuy I'or information address IAS. HARKKR.r; V A., Chicsco. W G CKL'SII, U V A . Louisville. OLD KY. K0UTE Newport News A Mis issippi Valley Co., "E. D. Solid VestiLuIed Trains to Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, Now York, Corrected I'iinu Card in Effect Jan. KAST IIOUNI. Kxpress. ' All points hast and Southeast. Only one night out Ironi LeMnton. 4, 1891. sl upott PALATASLE A3 MILK. .Sold hit all J)niiwl.t$. nnWNE.Chnmlrets. N.Y. t'liiciA iT.n a.7rai. ;: inciies-.s-i- ln. bit'iiu: ji.i tsvi. ixior. gt it lie-port- o one of the few, if not the only c:ie, Lve Richmond ... ' 35 P n Arr Lirington,.., 3 05 p absolutely free from Mich inthiencc?. I.e 7 5 P 'n thorough, able It is the mo.-- i hone.-- t, No. 1. No. j. No. 3; teacher and exponent of truthful Lve Middlesboro ft 45 a m knowledge, of reliable data, free from Lve Livingston... 11 05 a m T c Arr Richmond.... 11 40 a in piirii-a- n bias iiiir, fr.itik and explicit I.ve Stanford .... 00 am J to sir h de'rret! that one cannot but feel Lve Lancaster .. ' 7 5 a in Xtj; m 10 IS a Arr Richmond. jtlili"d and capable of forming con cct Lve Richmond. . u (6 p in 6 05 am A Tuk Trust. I 'onchi-ioii-- J Such a pa pel Arr Winchester. 1 40 p in 6 55 a in tlieivfroin. Atr l'aris jj p m 7 4$ a m The tack companies of New England a 00 p m 7 00 a in 3 45 Lve have met aud formed a trust. Several .hotil.l li in 1 very household. ftimpL I.ve LcxiiiGlon 1 45 P " 7 S3 a m 4 25 p m l'aris years ago there was a larger tack trust, opiLve Falmouth. '411pm 9 18 a 1,1.1 j 30 p m ' o'li'.a'.uod by atldre.-.-iii- " Arr Cosington, .. 5 40 p m 10 44 a in 0 37 p m tho history of which is thus given in lie :r.i'i'!n -, . t i inciunati, O. p m 10 50 am 6 43 p m 3 50 Arr Cincinnati j Hardware, tho New York trade jonrnal: ' Wheu the tack niannfactnrers comthe.Maysville Ilranch, No 9. leaves Paris at (in - WE WIU. MXI) - 55, am and No. 11, at 5 37, p ni, arriving at bined several years ago they at fitt were Ma)svilleat 10 in, am, and 73$, p m. No. 10 satisfied with a moderate profit. A high THE Mayoville 5 Jo in, amving Pans at INTBEI0S JOURNAL leaves in. No. uatleases aMaysville atat 130 and 7 40, a tariff protected them, and all wonld have arrives at Paris at 4 io,P m. These trains at beeu well, but 10 per cent, dividends IN CI I II Willi daily except Sunday, . o 2, daily to all points except Rowland Divis-- I gave way to 15, cupidity took 20, and -'ion, which is daily except Sunday. 7 then "the bit was taken" and 'M was DEMOREST MAGAZINE ' No. runs dally Irom Lexinsion tu Cincinnati.--1 good. Capital disNo, 3 runs daily oousidered none too y No. 5 runs daily from all stations t the covered the golden mine, and almost auy ONh VI VK tOR $3 w Rowland Division, which i daily except Sunday. found it possidaily excent Sunday. ouo who could talk tacks No. t W J'.WAI.ION. Stanford Kv No. 4 dally between Cincinnati aud l.exingtoa. ble to obtain a moneyed partuer, aud No 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daicame eighty concern were C?4M,VWifAMH,'ftf.,fArWf1WW,Hy,MJU'51 ly Leave Lexington 10 00 a. m. Arrises I'aru when the end to 43 a. m uncovered to the light of statistics. The FREE TO ALL. g No. 8 Falmouth Accommodation; leasr Cincinimpetus was on, however, and the numnati 510 pm Arnes Falmouth 7 03 p m daily Our New llhutrsted ?; txcept Sunday, ber did not stop there. It was tho killCauIOKtie of Plants, S No. 7 Leases Falmouth 6 00a m. Arrives Cining of the goose that laid the golden egg Bulbs, Vines, Shrubs, j; cinnati 7 5 5 a ni daily except Similar. Small Fruits, j Trees. No. a and 6 make connections at Wiuchrter for with a vengeance not of ton seen. Crape Vines, Seds,: point on the N. N M. V R'r, E. I). Eiergreens, etc., will 3g No. 3 carries through cars from Cincmnatisa Axos are lower this year than they Free to nil be inaiictl MlddlesKoroiiKh and Cumberland Cup and all ia . applicants; 80 puRe!, termediate stations and runs daily were last. Why? Because the trust is Hint 4000 varieties o JC W. I. M UNSON, Trar. Pasa. Afit . Cincinnati. ' trying to kill off the smaller manufact1'lrtiitx, etc. is S. K KNOTT, C. P AT.MORE. ;K satisfaction nimrantccd. den Pass. Agt. . Traffic Manage r. urers who are not in the trust. When : ' 35 Greenhouses; SO acres. Address, (eDctalotfice, Louitvillc, Ky. its rivals are dead it will enjoy its 45 per S. F. II. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'c'r Ait., r HkNZ & NEUNER. Loumtiuj' Ky $ . Ollicc Chamber ol Comiuiice Uiiildiiic.Cincinnasi cent, protection undisturbed. vwii'&miMmWtgimmiftmmiMiii-d111 steadily fallen. Only during the pa.st been dcendo have our manufacturers able to produco enough glass to affect tiie market. The duty on tho sizes of plates now iiiqiorted are twenty-livcents and fifty cents jier square foot, and our manufacturers add the duty to the price of the glass they make, thus enabling them to exact this amount from the consumers. That tho dome-ti- c manufacturers do add the whole amouut of tho duty to their glass is shown by tho fact that, while the small quantity of plato glass imported lut year is valued in tho treav u ry reports at slightly less than thirty-threcents per square foot, the domestic manufacturers sell their output at an average of about eighty-fivcents. Thus the domestic manufacturers aro nble to declare enormous dividends on watered capital, aud last year tho Pittsburg Plato Glass company declared a dividend of ill per cent. At the same time that the manufacturers make these enormous profits they pay the lowest wages of any industry requiring skilled labor. The highest wnge they pay their workmen for twelve hours' work is three dollars per day This amount is earned by the matter Other workmen nveivo as low as $1 2."i kt day for the same number of hour- -. They aro enabled to keep the wages down by importing contract lalor-erin spite of the contract labor law. Tho real causes of the fall in the price of plate gliLss are the uo of machinery, cheaper producwhich makes tion, and tho greatly increased demand for plate, which in turn make possible production on a largo scale. The true effect of the duties upon plate glass, therefore, is to make jiosbi-bithe combinations among the manufacturers to keep up prices and keep down wages. It is iiuKssible to evade the duties so that the prices they fix cannot be cut. But they succeed in evading the contract labor law so that they have practical free tr.ulo in lalior. Thus on tho one hand they make consumers pay more, and on the other forco their workmen to accept less for their labor. These are the true effects of the high duties, and, being such, tariff reformers are perfectly contented to let their have all the glory that they can mako out of them. o e e tea-er- s. s le 1.48 iM 7r.Tlx:.a7 Indies.. O.TU lhis iloes not show that prices were kept up until wo begnn to make plate Qu the contrarv. tho prices have Ki,lv Su.w l.l'l isj. iNU. S'uh Cavrata, and husdncg conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office is Opposite U.S. Patent Office. andwocaiii'crure patent In less timo than thoic jemotii from Wvhlngton. Send model, dra ins or photo., with decrip-tlon- . We ,vh Ipp, If patentable or tint, free t ctmpp Our fee not due till patent I fccurcd. A Pamphlet. "How to Obtain I'ltcnta," with ntme nfactn.il tllent In your State, county.nr town, sent free. Addrej, mm Trade-Mark- s FastMiull Accom. Daily Daily Oaily. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun. I FKl Lve Stanford " Lexington " Winchester " K. U. Junction 30 n'n 3 11 6 10 pm 40 am .l 6 55 pm 11 45 pm jit n ain'n 7 5 a 6 35 50 pm j pm ,,. am n'n Mt St'rlii'f " Motchcad... ' Olise Hill " Ashland., " CatlettsburK... " Huntington.... " 7 ao pin . 9 03 o jo o 43 1 07 pm pm pm pm pm 1 25 pm a 43 pm 3 ,35 pm 5 35 pm 30 pm 15 o j ........ 6 50 pm $ pm . ............ ohtnlncil.andall l'at-cu- t WEST IIO I' K I) Lve C.A.SNOW&CO. Opposite am Mt. Sterling .. .' am " Winelwstor ... . $ ia pin 11 i$ ami 7 if am Arr Lexington 3 43 pm is 411 pm 8 io :im " Loiiissilte.. . y 15 jim 4 50 pin i2i4m. 1 4 " Ashland " Olio Ilill " C. icttubuis ntuittcii 1 10 ptn 58 3c 6 oo urn' 15 I 1 40 pm1 ( 35 9 pin, 6 pml 8 pni'10 ami.............. 47 am 3 45 31 ami 6 2 hiiiIm.... Patent Otflce, Washington, D. C. Limited Vetilmlrd l.tpre- - runs daily and as I'iiIIpmh Vestibultd Hulltt Mper twtween Lou-iillI.exiiiKtiin. WjuthinKtcn, Now Verk and Old INdnt Comfort. This train in made part of the celebrated 1 e, Tiie 'ily !" fit ; I . i:..;t wit! (licit-tiail- o ail pmt'ft all j:vi jii , an lahor tiiid ail uiU'Uvn i Unit SiM.r I'ltoriXTloN aajuued only 1V0111 a truthful ktiowiwlgo tl' .'ay ainl inean.s legal anil tliiy.il, just and hy which tho bunk-a.f govern-incuprofits of labor and industry, :ue to uiietjiially dividid. That kuowledgo ih power, and igiiiir-ancits .lavo. is forcibly illuttnited daily in all wallc-- of life, among all people, in all cotimricH. Wliere knowledge U ued a- a power or a ineaiift for gaining wtalth without Tho Shortest and Quickest Route from uentrai Kontucicy to an points North, labor or an equivalent therefor, it beEast, West and South-Wes- t. FaBt to deceive or keep ia come. ncee.-wirLine between Loxlngrton nnd Cincinnati. itriiorancc of such method.- - tho.-- from SCHEDULE IN KFFECT TLB. ij, 181. whom the wealth is taken ; hence it of the ten thousind ucpapeu No. J. No. No. 6 printed in the Unitctl Stiite.--. le- -s than Ex. Sun. Daily Ex. Sun. tenure ab.Milutely faeantl indepeiuh al Lve Cincinnati ... 8 in a m 8 00 iiopni a 26 p m 8 a Covington.... of the power or control id" miiiic c!::v, Lve Falmouth..... 8 18 a ni y 08 3 5 P a 16 Lve 9 mi iS a m 10 23 11 5 16 p m iiartv or monoiiolv wIiojij iuterc.-- t il U Arr I'aris n Arr Lexington... ii 10 p in 11 00 ra ,'st 37 a m $37 to keep the great 111:1 of pet.,'!.- Hi Lve Paris b 15 pm Arr Winchester.. 13 10 p in 7 30 p a ignorance tif their iiiethotU. Arr Richmond.... 3S P m .' tut-jtir- t, s t, be tween Loinsiiiii itnd Huntington. Make direct tonneetinii at Huntington with C. V O. ; ut Ash land wiih S. V. K ; ut nirh(ster with K. C. K. R. notth and viuth linunil, and at Lexington with I. & N , L. S and C , N. O. ,V T. V. Railroads. I cxington and Olte Ilill Accommo,lation daily, exrept Sunday. Connects at Winchester to and from K. C. points and at Lexington with L, S. R. R. for Lmiiille. For full fnform.ttion 111 regard to rates, routes, .Vc , apply to any agent of this or connecting line or to C 1.. IJROWN, II. E. HIN". INf.TON, V P. aiidC. M , A , G. I emston. Ky. (', W. IIARNi:V. W. S HARRISON, (! M , I. cxmgf.ii, Ky I' P. A. Ashland, Ky I'a-- Iluntinctnii on hft tofMail 'trains run the C. A O. Route. daily extent Sunduv f. r. v. e Kentucky Centra! B.R. - I e m 4 South-Houn- , - 6i I 1 'flic Cincinnati Wickly Kiii;iir i? Arr Lancaster-.- .. Arr Stanford Middlc-vbnr- 4 ,' uo iS 1' ni ..... pm v4i a Notth-Houn- d. I ta !: sS " 7 . . p-- li-- 111 r- i j I - 1 -- exci-p- Ar V i rar- MS v-fm- r7 fti'Kf .gps Interior Journal Tho Pennsylvania railroad system employs 7,071 engineers. A genuine case of sunstrokewas reported in New York Monday. The firm of A. Levy Bros., of Now York, failed, with liabilities of nearly $300,000; assets unknown. A man at Bedford, Intl., committed suicide because he caught tho measles, a disease he had always dreaded. J. W. Berry, a wealthy citizen of Harrison county, was found dead in a pond, supposed to have suicided. The cruiser Charleston, in pursuit of the runaway insurgent, Itata, is reported gaining fast on that vessel. Mrs. Wm. Henry Smith, wife of the General Managerof the Associated Press, died Monday nt Monte Carlo, X. J. Dr. J. C. Culbertson, of Cincinnati, has been chosen editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association. While working on a bridge near Flat Lick. Bell county, the carpenters were fired on by unknown parties. Charles Moore, the slayer 6f Wm. Showers, has beeu released from jail at Klizabethtown under a bond of ?:., - . , MF--"' rl ,wi Semi-Week- ly WALTON. Stanford, Ky., - May 15, 1891 EIGHT PAGES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. w Judge Representative County. ,.V. K D H. Thero was a disastcroun wreck of a cattle train near Trinidad, Col. Four tramps and 'M0 head of cattle were killed. Three attempts have been mado to assassinate President Hippolite, of Hay ti, and another outbreak of the civil war is expected. The doctors are getting up a medical congress to establish a cabinet officer who shrill be known as the secretary of public health. Andrew J. Harris has been rppoint-e- -by Gov. Buchanan coal oil inspector for Memphis. Tho ollice is worth between $8,000 and $l,0t0 per year. d o Steps in front of the prudent, purchaser's pocket book and demands lo know how much value for a dollar. In our store we can alwais answer: as elseiclicre and a little more, IF' ' Because we buy in much large' quantities and. therefore CHEAPER THAN OTHERSat Challies fi ft A recently published hook in Paris gives many interesting facts nbout the employment of women in France. TeachDEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. ers are plenty nnd receive small pa) The high schools for women comprise Permanent Organization Easily Effected, tho Normal at Sevres, tweuty-nBut Credential Committee Strikes lyceums, of which two are in Paris, and Calicoes oc. Jrc Many Stumps. twenty-sicolleges. The educational Special to Tho Interior Journal curriculum differs from that for boy Louisville, May 14. Kentucky's meFor entrance the highest French diploma tropolis was never bo full of people, nor is required, or a foreign one that anwas a larger body of democrats ever swers to it The candidate must not he less than twenty-onyears of age, ami gathered in State convention intheprand mnst hiibmit to the preliminary Kvery county is 000. d old Commonwealth. by the law of 1SG0. Henry Fngate, one of tho leaders of largely represented, Bel), for example, The salary of the directresses Is fixed having 40 delegates to east her one vote. the Frpnch Kversole feud, was given a before nn agreement life sentence for the killing of Kmary at a minimum of fi.oOO francs ($1,300) It was a long time nnd that of the under teachers at 1.4W could be effected on a temporary chair- Allen. francs CJ2S0). 'or the schools in Pan While the Ohio steamer, My Choice, tho salary is slightly higher. The stewman, but finally by a combination of the Jirown nnd Hardin forces, Congressman was near Cairo, a Hue collapsed, causing ards, or rather clerks, of the high schools must pass two years' apprenticeship in Goodnight was selected and promptly tho death of three men and seriously one of them, and must produce neertih three others. chosen for the position. manager of the cate. rive years service is necesxirx meeting of tho convention at Samuel Wilmoth, On the .... before they can receive promotion. At t a, noon yesterday when the chairman of Walsh distillery. Paris, is missing. La- - Sevres the mistresses have board, lodgwide, the State Central Committee, Gen. John tkr. He showed up Wednesday, say- ing and washing free. hggs. B. Castleman, called the body to order, ing he had been to Detroit on a visit. The teachers of drawing receive from By a blunder about localities at 1.C0O ($,)) to a.000 francs ($000) a year, Leiderkrantz Hall was packed to suffocation, but the temporary organization was Omaha, President Harrison got off a in return for which they must give sis- e speech, intended forschool teen hours' teaching a week. They ellected with but little trouble and the extra for supplementary lesson of the various committees be- children and inflicted it upon their panaming The teaching of gymnastics is also congan. By an agreement between War- rents. fined to ladies in the girl-,- ' Tliev A. Mrs. Margaret Lang has cvIVPrV.l must have a certificate ren, Hardin and Gilbert, Judge R. J. of coinetenc. for the 6th stealing a watch nt Cleveland in 1S74, and give Breckinridge was selected at least twelve hours a week tn Main Street, Stanford, Ky, MANES AND district committeeman on credentials, for which ofi'ense John Gassaway, of lessons. Tho salary is from 1,000 rjst.U which was ratititd, Col. W. G. Welch Stenbenville, served a two year's sen- to 2,000 francs (? 100), and sixteen hours' service may be required of them every tence. In a tiaht near Peiryville, W. Va was placed on the committee on resolu" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of New week without extra pay. The date of between Lewis Hall and son on one tions and B. A. Briggs on organization. the York, being too poor to afford fire to yearconcours for these jKists is fixed everx side ami Hiram Steel and son on the The chairman named for the by the minister of tho interior. n and C. W. wife has were killed cook meat, ate it raw. Tho John B. Thompson Besides the usual documents aspirants other, all mvc the former on credentials, making that com- since died of trichinosis and the husband must produce it medical certificate t and he whs perhaps fatally wounded. Having recently purchased of .Mr. J. 1". Iloldam his stock of GKN-KRAMajor 11. P. Downing, collector of mittee stand for Brown, 4 for Hardin is dying. their physical capacity. The average MKRCHAN'niSK. to which vc have since made large addiThe Canlill Coal and Iron company salary of a governess is 1,200 francs (MO) port of San Pedro. Oil., died Monday and .5 for Clay. The convention at li tions in every department, which yives us a large and complete stock o'clock adjourned till S v. m. to await of Fast Tennessee, a Boston real estate a year, but as this is a private matter it morning. He is the fourth collector unthe report of the committees. Lincoln boom enterprise has been attached nnd of course varies accoiding to the gener- der this administration to die when just consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Hardcounty is out in full force and are hope- enjoined by a purchaser of lots, upon osity of the particular family in which entering upon the duties of the ollice. ware and and Furniture, also a large and well assorted she is employed Cleveland made his ful that their favorite will win the nomi- the ground of insolvency and fraud. stock of .Men's. HoyV and Youths' Clothing, all of which will be sold first tiuhlir atmearance in Buffalo in John Martin shot and instantly Tti .Miiiiilliteiit Tomb nT St. 1'r.siicls. nation for auditor. Mr. Warren himself I'lcasc honor us with a call and examine our Tho tomb itself must bo admired as a eight yeais at the oOth anniversary of U Rock Hottom Prices is pleased with his chances and thinks killed Newton Kwing, near Winchester. The trouble grew out of a quarrel on masterpiece of art. It surpa.sses all one's the German Young Men's Association, htock and prices he will get there. When the body met at night the com- the day previous, when Kwing and his expectations, and it is doubtful whether His speech was greeted with tremen iwyRcmcmbcr our terms arc strictly cash or produce. another mausoleum in the whole of In dous enthusiasm. mittee on credentials, which had 145 brother drove Martin off their place. dia, or even AMo, excepting tho T.ij Very.Kcspcctlully, A mob disposed of a negro named contested votes to settle, reported that it Mahal, could bo found to equal it. Its The Finest on Earth. get through before noon to- Green at Centerville, Md., by swinging three stages are built of rich marble of could not K .V Dayton The day. The committee on permanent or- him to a tree. The charge was rape, variegated colors The lowest is of red the onlyCincinnati, Hamilton lint running Pullman'i Perlteted K (ny Crab Orchard, Ky. J. K. Cummins, Salesman. he only got HI years, and purple-- jasper and Carrara ..lab.tstcr, Vettibulrd Tiain, ith Chair I'arlor. Merpirn; ganization reported, however, but no ac- but at his trial Car crioe between Cincinnati, did not satisfy the people of that adorned with statuettes of cherubs, The nnd Oimnfand Chuago and it ihe only line tion waB taken on the report, as there which Through Reclining Chair Cart btren Cin-- c middle stage is of green and yellow jaswas not unanimous consent for its adop section.. nnatl, Keokuk per, the principal decorations of which Ctr Cincinnati toand Springfield, 111. and hlcrplag MaiUnaw, and the Forest fires in Pennsylvania, Wis tion. It named Charles K. Jxmg, oi are four beautiful bronze plates repreOnly Louisville, for chairman and recommend- consin and Michigan are doing great senting incidents in the life of the saint. Iltiwern Cincinnati, Direct Line Tgledo, DeDa) ion Lima, ed a rule that in every race the hind- damage. The people are unable to sub- The highest stage is surrounded by a troit, the Lake Kcgiont and Canada. 1HK Vl'CAN CIIILLKI) PLOW. 'I he road it neof the oldest in the State ot most candidate be dropped after the 10th due it and are praying for rain. The beautiful railing of red jnsjier marked Ohioand the onlvltne entering Cincinnati ever J milet of dotibletrark, aud fromllt pail record can loss to property is almost incalculable, with white spots. ballot. more than asMireil patrons speed, comfort aud This railing is adorned with figures of safety agreed that the candidates while that of human life is very great, It was then FAKMKKfr, Ani.NriON. We call your attention to the following adsalr every here, and see that The net reduction of gold by ship angels, nnd its middle tiortion is graced Tickets on,VU, either in or out of Cincinnati, for governor be nominated and on a call C, II vantages of "The Vulcan" over any dulled Plow made: First, the with columns elegantly carved and Indianapolis or Toledo. of districts, the -- l responded in the per- ment to Europe is $1:5,000,000 since Mar. E. O McCOKMICK, Vulcan is made of the original and genuine Chilled Metal. Second, standing at equal intervals. (cnrral i'atsengcr and 'lukcl Agent. son of R. A. Miller, of Owensboro, who 10, but as Uncle Sam still has $271,474,-07- 0 The intervening spaces are surmounted the iron used in chilled parts is first quality Lake Superior Charcoal. in hand against about $140,000,000i with arches, and have several nominated John Young Brown in a very incidents Third, we give you a solid point, no scooping out or shaving olT to Bucklen's Arnica Salve S. Berry, of New- of which no certificates have been issued, in tho life of the saint represented on eloquent manner. A. The best saUcin the world for cuts, bruises, save iron. Fourth, we give you a solid mould board, no thick edges port, nominated Clay and Theodore F. the European demand is not a cause for them. Tho friezes of its four lateral lores, ulcers, salt rhcuin, sores, tetter, chapFifth, the Vulcan mould board is ped hands, chilblains, corns and alt skin erup with scooped bade. on columns are of black stone, with white tions and notiiivelv cure Diles. or uo nay rcquir Hallam, of Covington, performed a like alarm. . the back by ribs and will stand double the strain of any other chilled The United States Supreme Court 6tripes, while the plinths nro of ed. It it guaranteed u " pcrlect satislactitr, service for Hardin in very satisfactory of tho courts Price 15 cents per bo. mould Soaid. On the top of this btago lies the or money refunded Kvery Plow guaranteed. For f sale by speeches. Secondingspeeches were made has affirmed the judgment For sale by A R. I'enuv, Stanford, Ky. coffin, overlaid with silver, adjourned till below in the cases of the four murder10 the convention j and at TZ. c& ers, Shibuva Jugino, Jos. Wood, Harris in which the remains of the sain, are deThe First Step, 10 this morning. run down, cau't i'erhjp Smiler and James J. Slocum, under posited. It is a gorgeous receptacle, di- sleep, cant )r arcian'1 do niDtuiinr. to eat. can't our sat Brown seems to be decidedly the fa- A. think vided on each fcido into seven panels you wonder what ails juu. You vorite for governor, if the hearty ap- sentence of death by electricity in containing sonio exquisite plates pre.Mit-iu- isfactmn. and the warning, )ou ure taking the first should heed State. ui need a in relief some of tho more important step into ntnous prostration. will find tlievxaLt plause which greeted his name is worth and hlectric Hitlers In the attempt to save four Penusyl incidents in the life of the stunt. Indian remedy for restoring your you nersous sstcm toils anything. He has the most votes, the Surprising results normal, healthy oudition larger share on the committees and a vania villages from destruction by forest Engineering use or this Nerve Tonu and Alterative lollow the Dtultrln of men were hemmed Your apix'iite returns, (ood digestion is restored combination of the other forces alone firep, a train load 31 r. lllllltlllKtiili' llouvr. mil ihrllwr and inducts resume healths action Haines, and in attempting to in by the can beal'him. Try a bottle l'rKe 50 ..eiilt at A R I'ennj's Mr. Huntington is building a i drug store ABthe auditor's race is het for 'fourth dash throiiL'li it the rails spread and the denco at Fifth avenue and watches, cl::-- : and jewhat. train and all on board were toppled into street which will cost him in the neigh A Little Girl a Exporlenco In a Lltfht in the struggle it way be lnte Houao. borhood of ivl.oOO.OOO, and ho has ire before the Lincoln man will know his tho fire. Many perished. Mr ami Mrs I orcn Treicott arc keepers ol the The Derby was a miserable farce. quently asserted that his chief aim in (Jov Lighthouse at band lleacli, Mith , ami unconfidently claims his Norman fate. JRcpairmi; neatly and prompt' ears old Last April blessed ith a daughter nomination on the first ballot, but a There were only four Martens and the life was to get a comfortable homo and the was taken down with measles, followed 'vith a ly done. enjoy tho remainder of his life with his ill pail fill cough and turning into a feser Doctors combination, which is not unlikely, time, '2.o'i, was the slowest in the histo but in feonvo idea of Ins notion of "a atliomeaiid.it Detroit treated her. was a sain ry of the Kentucky Derby. Kingman ciniiiren. mere All she grew worse rapidly until she n would knock him sky high. hen won, Bitlcowan I'd and High Tarill' ;ltl. comfortable home" may be gathered "handlul of bones ultenlicshe tried Dr Kind's I will t.ikc old jjold or silver in exchange lor goods. Clar-dMr. MoKenzie was sick and Dr. use ol two and a half from a remark that he made to the New Ditiovery and (Stanford, Ky.) lioitles was completely tured. They say Dr, was not put in nomination till this Hait Wallace, the horse that L. M. writer not long ago. New Discover) it worth itswtightin g Id Kinca once hail an interest in, ran 1th. "1 am building a house," said he. "that vei you ma) net you a trial bottle free at A R morning. The ieport on permanent orrecord is may not bo as pretentious as some others, l'enny's drug store. The human temperature ganization was adopted and Mr. Long took the chair. The Committee on Cre- broken. The body heat of a tonsilitis but it will havo all the comforts ami conMlloa' Norvo and Liver Pills veniences that modern society requiies e- regulating the its cr dentials was still unable to icport and victim at Memphis broke several ther- In my homo shall enjoy Acton a only pri- MiMiucli jnilnew principl- the nerves A new not high as 1."S Fahliuwrls thriiiiKh a recess was taken till --' i m. At that mometers and went as cure tnln us speedily Dr. is reported as re- vacy and domesticity, but every con- discoicrv tste, .Miles Tills torpid liser, lilies, hour the committee sent word that it renheit. The patient venience that tho most elaborately equip-e- ness,lud for men, women, children constipntini Smallest L'neiiuidHd The covering. There is put one parallel case, hotel can afford. My carriage will mildest, .urcst 50 doses jj cents. .tm leu could not report before 8 of a Nebraskan, whose temperature laud my friends in tho house ami not in at A. It Penny's, Stanford committee is having a tough time, but it that FOR CHILLS & FEVER, BILIOUSNESS, the street; my kitchen will perform its Mtrjing to make a report, which will went to lo- - degrees. l'lft HpiiHinrt a Day. - Consol Corte, of New Orleans, bays functions nt an altitude where no cookHEADACHE AND ALL mv a tight on the lloor if the report is 1ml , tired Had Mrs U . Cnrdner. nf Vislti may bo that after the New Orleans lynching he ing odors can reach or offend the occu- two llmusaiid ve.irs ntro hll would luvn fien adopted. A ballot for novurnor DISORDERS. all he could do to prevent the ass- - pants of the house, and seated in my thought to be o ssetl it) nil spirits She CENTS tiken tO'iiight, but a nomination is not had prnsirutlini he.i,ielirs, t:ih subject tn shall bo ablo to communicate l'7.mrss. hackneniMispalpitation and fovy lo FOR SALE BY AIL ORUGGISTS. by Italians of Mayor Shakes- - study assiuatiou ii'lie. V. W. ..rnl...l.,... fijly t)ltlni .' ilnj I' khuIi Iiismiik lreil peare, l'arkerson, Wicklill'e and other with any part of the outside world. PREPARED FY Ijfht ph H'i ,n (or ST.L0UI5 MO. eil li) without sue. New York Times. cess, hhe wa civi,;i liotilr) fy eureit 1) fitNEWSY NOTES. citizens. Yet Consul Corte is horrified A 11U hot Dr Mih-of fi.i.irii ti N.'it i(,oa of ,,itiziM,H rl,,,u t,,B ,0,- llailly KiiHlt-i- C'orunrt. id v n r' ut in mil a tie of tli s if u' II l.itv.TnToT.iiiitMit merchant ' ilt tho .,r ., ....!. ..,... .t.v .... i. ...... r..i!. il ' :... til outi. j'vuiiu ' Disgraced and blackguard peers are tlneli tiii' ' ... n t nm..-- ' ,.;tt t I,' u IV tiij ' Tuesday. uicBU .iiuiitf milling Dru More h la i'. of Lebanon, died now quite u strong body in England. It niutdereiH. vrnMummmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmimmmmmi Atlanta is to havo three hangings IC11 tin I'll nci:. One of tho Irish earls, who was u cor.lliiroloim L. F. Burgess shot and fatally wotun'-e- d of June and July. poral in during tho months the l.iimr Ttetit iinmuiit iifportions perfor u"il Uy sup Sam Atwood in a church near Birm- ceeded to the Lifo guards before he suc- heart Le pin.- - nil of I lit ImkIi his title, did six mouths' hard Capt. H. I. Todd is dead at Frank- ingham, Ala. They had been at wltli not iMiut hilt ill knots n. It bo its outs for (Xl.OXJtuii'-.md fotfi-- flu- - hinml ut the rilf) of fort fiom injuries leceived in a rnna- - some time and when tho matter whs labor for sonio breach of military disci- lto iniKis iij irlin-i- 's l.nHMi'O itHiiiiii, n and pline. Another peer, an English one, S.l.'tl.NSl) llliUs In lift, tune No to .tier tlmro vrty for adjustment by the r and the son of n lord hizh chancellor. nrf so iimiiv Hoart Failures, 'ihe iirnt Owen Gathwright, Jr., was eleclul brought up . . l tno cnurcn me ngnt negun. ' can never sliow His lace in the house of fcyntplouis nre slmriiK hsmor htniii.uli when exer .,roiiU.utof the Louisville Commercial brothers in rlslni;. pain In the side Miiiterlnif, ' , j lords again. He has d ropped Ids title, choUini; In lhro.it i Hit follow weak, Marion Smith, one of the luuiiiTV ir sinoilii-- i n' spe Is stsnlien ankles, ' " auctioneers etc. Dr. FrauUiiu .Milek' Ni;w Ilhsiir LL'ltc It ' -- Hubert Cornelius, an old conununi- - was also badly wounded by a stray bul- - j tho only Soli! liv A. It I'enuy, church at Key West, let. cant, fell dead in of Aylesbnrv still affects ' his costennonger suit on odd occasions, this State. I.. ;u,,rtV for and Cassidy has sum. tne Lexington Una line, in ikuuvwv, ni.wne.i hi.--- um i,kea.to lllnko u bet tililt ho wi fee,, Bob irl six weeks after the death of u barrow of greens as quickly as anv year-olJreB3 for f,000 (or sayiiiK that he had "Caitorlal so well adapted to chllilrcn that CaistorU cttrrn Colle, Constipation, his wife. His relatives expressed their j hawker in Whitechapel. By the way, U When Ilabjr was stele, wo gTe her Castorla. ..tnlpn a horse. SoiirSUmmcli, Diarrlm-a- . I recommend Has superior loan prescription dl- m mi is interestin iu huw m uit) iiecraKo lur Wbeu (he wag a Child, she cried for Caitorla. HIIIS V, onus, divert sleep, and promote ...:n tuL-.UU to nav tne re- - uibbusi ny ihkiiiu mc "unThey is known to me." H. A. Archcr, 31. I)., ' . ...... .. ... rest Ion. :....!.... then 80I that tho marchioness once known When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. r !, tnx on tobacco, as aumorizeu amp unK unit huki,'" So. Oxford St., Urooils-n- X. Y. Without Injurious medication. Ill i.... ,..-- . as visited a neiirhbor who comnlained -- Dolly Tester now lteures as "Dorothy .. When she bad ChiMren, sbe care tbem Castorla. ,.!. at I tilt I11NL IvUlltlV"-- ' " T7 31titTajr Street, N, V. Tin Csntaur oi u uubeiy, toq. ".guier them, but he resisted and in the Tester was about as unmitigated P. G. Coker, bon of a prominent asainst . .1... relatives" tha ensued ono of the tou ,, trbo aa El,.mil Louisville merchant, committed suicide tiht was killed and seven fatally wounded. h,Moveniroduced.-C- or. ChicW Ueral.l by shootinx himself. x x Varnoti Etlmtstoti Siiliirlen In 1'rmire. Because also our immense business enables us to place our goods in the con- sinners' hands at lower proportionate expense; and. lasthj because we a.rc content, with a, smaller per ventage ofprojit, believing that a small profit on many sales is preferable to a, targe profit on few. JJ'e will mention a few items of paying qualities in Dni Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Carpets, Matting, Jlafs, fir.: )00 pairs children's pants just opened at 2oc. All a yard. 'J - M e MATHE RS . tw trial-fixe- At SI at Ladies' Uppers at toe ana upwards. .Malting, yard, 10c and all other goods at tow prices, ire pay highest price for pair. KIDGLOYES S TORE IRHANSKY, Proprietor. GAliKIEL, Manners. three-minut- art-pai- d THE LOUISVILLE State-at-larg- e NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES. Mil-like- L 15 Out-cit-war- e nt j k W. E. PERKINS, run-iin- g The Plow of the Age, 4 the)-rea- d fer yellow-jasper- far-fame- d B. W. S. WHAsRHHT. New-Yor- g nerst-toni- c E0BT. FEITZ, ri-s- Fifty-sevent- h 4 1 Work Warranted. I'inc Watches Soccialtv. y La-le- y DOCTOR TAYLORS 1 ti-- URE R1CHIRD50M-TAYL0HMED.C- O. URE 11, , 1 - 1 i m I 311 price MALARIAL 'ii-r- i i - s ! l - .1- - ,,.--, ,11- t I 111 U s s 11 i 11 I lir-'at-n s, .... I , jHi 11 "., fflay otipri-ss'ot- 11 Infants , Children. 1 .. Knu-tatlo- s .' ii -. i Comi-as- .w wfww. Semi-Week- Ly InteriorJouknal May 15, 1891 Gkiiman MirxKTfleok at II. Wearen's. It. K. & W I win. pay 40 cents per pound for No. i live geese feathers. Joo S. Jones. HUSTONVILLE. Stanfohd, Ky., Plants In great variety nt O. J. New-land'- s. Tub Louisville B.O.WALTON, BUR. MQnQROf est market prices store will pay the for eggs. - high- f ) f K. V to the Cash Harbin '1 cents per dozen. Joe S. Km.uavinu beautifully and artistically done lit A. II. IVnny'H. Havk your watch, clock ami jewelry A itKsiDKsci: with ' rooms and garden lepaircd at A. It. Penny's. All work attached, on IiwerMahi street, for rent. warranted. Ui:mi:miikk that all silverware, watches, Mrs. N A. Tvree line, Ac, bought at A. K. Penny's will I he t nit raved free of chart!1. want good carpenters at once to whom I will pay good wae.es. Address PERSONAL POINTS. I!. C. Itradley, Harrodsburg. 1'hoi . V. F Xii.K3 is iniiiKlint; w ith Mits. II. 1). t Walnut Ins old (rictidH heie. Flat will close Friday, 22, and on the fob .Mil. V. (J. Pnocroit, of Kookcistlo, was lowing Saturday she will give her scholin town yesterday. ars a nice treat in the shape of a splenMil!. J. II. Tr. kkii leaves Saturday for did dinner. St. Joseph, Mo., to visit fiionds. Ik you want the best binder on the J. s. Hook Kit and .S. J Kinbry market buy the Peering. For salo by yesterday. wont to .Mil. asii Miw. V. .M. I.ackkv left yes- A. T. Xunnelley, wlio also keeps a full terday to visit their hou at Gallatin, line of repairs and the bent twine made, all at prices and terms to suit the times, Tumi. .Mho. J. T. Uknto.v and son, Willlie, (.live him a call. of lxxiiiKtoti, aro visiting Mrs. W. M. Wmix practicing for an amateur Vearen. show at Troy, Ala , 20 people were burMits. (JiiiMKs went down to Klir.ihcth-towied in the ruins of the building, which Tuesday to visit her son, .Mr. Joo Well on them. Let those Stanford people S. ! rimes. who are foremost in getting up local enJoski'II SkviiuaNi v., Sii., and son, Shim tertainments, of a theatrical nature, read Walton, went to Cincinnati Tiicmlay to this and pondei over it. buy goods. Ai.Titoroii it is claimed by some that Mn. 1". W. TiiiNEit. of (iarrartl, passed n through Wednesday to Middleshoro to Middlesboro is on its last lugs, the Iron Works, employing hunpend several weeks. dreds of men, will begin operation there .Mrs. L. (J. Kdki.i.v and Mrs. Keb There are many in this Alum Springs, have been quests on the section'who Impo that this enterprise (ieo. II. ltruce. Mi8. """"Mn. V. It. Dii.i.ion has moved his will have a tendency to make the "Mag family to Ihllion, in Rockcastle county, ic City move up a peg or two. for the summer months. Wkiinemiay and yesterday were a MlK"LS lllA AMI I.IZIK TwillU KM., Of couple of hs dull days as Stanford has ex ustonville, were down Tuesday to see perienced for many years. The fortu- their many friend here. nates were in Louisville enjoying the Wqoiiy who fa now in the, many attractions that that city allords irattlo Inihineas in Texas, is here with this week, and the unfortunates wl0, his relatives and friends. had to stay at home were too sullen Miis. (I. I.. 1'mnxv went down to over their misfortune to even keep the Louisville Wednesday, where who will "ark a inovin'." join her husband and attend the musical To Tin: I'Kv.-ShJake Slusheraiid fuhtival. Deputy Sheriff J. C. Uhirieheart, came Miis. S. F. Wu m:uson, Miss Mary down Tuesday and on the following Rowland, of Illoouillold, and Mrs. Itov. morning took to Frankfort the noted li. II. I'earce, of U.inville, have been desperado, James Howard. Howard, it quests of Mrs. T. J. iodhey. will be remembered, figured in several Mits. Jkn.nu Uuu.iit haji returned tights with the Turner gang and is said from her old home in Lincoln county, to have killed one or more of them, but where site attended the burial of a little at his trial was cleared. His last otlense grandson. Middlesboro News. was the killing of his Miss MiuTiios. Hoi'sKand sou, Jim, left Dibbio Bingham and he now goes to look Wednesday morning for Kansas to serve a life sentence for the horrible at a tract of land which the former re- deed. There ure many who believe he cently purchased of Dr. L. B. Cook. should have been hung. Sam M.nkkikk cauio over to GeorgeA Goon Siiowi.su. Dr. Fowler, who town Wednesday with n badly sprained is president of the road, tells us that ankle. He hobbles around on crutches during the rlscal year just closed, the 1111 does exceedingly well for a beginKnob Lick Turnpike has surpassed the ner. Juixik W.uakk, Messrs. J. (.1. llurn-bid- expectations of the directors and stock J. A. Ilnrnside, J. M. Farra, Tom holders and that it has done even better Wlierritt, Clyde Wherntt, Arch and than he had wished for. A flue iron Kd Walker. W. B. Mason, John Hrewer, bridge over Hanging Fork, which cost over $1,000, was built, the pike has been John Miller and Tom Robinson, of passed through Tuesday to the wonderfully improved and still there is convention. Thu last three gentlemen a nice amount to its credit in bank. I'n- der Dr. Fowler's careful management were accompanied by their wives. we are not surprised at the succors. He CITY AND VICINITY. is up to the times on that as well as at P. Hampton's.' many other subjects. Vkoktaiu.ks Tiik following is a list of those who HuiiiKsr price paid for genseng. Joe went to Louisville this week to witness " S. Jonts. . the various amusementa, as well as atOwn Mt. Vernon eorresjmndent tells tend the democratic convention in session there: Col. T. 1'. Hill, Judg M. C. of a killing in Rockcastle. Sautley. Col. W. ii. Welch, W. V. Wal J t!RT received a new supply of carpets, ton, Hon. G. A. Lickey, T. I). Newland, etc. Severance fc Son. Judge W. Varnoii, Dr. J. B. Owsley, J. S. Owsley. Sr., Win. Daugherty, F. G. Hunch 11kns and butter beans at 10c Brady, J. B. I'axton, Bob, Jim and Dick-per pint at It. F. Kout's. Gentry, J. P. Bailey, O. B. Cooper, Jas. DiilKi) Iti:sr just received at A. A. H. Carter, S. T. Harris, Chris Gentry, S. 11. Baughman, M. S Baughman, Warren's Model Grocery. J. II. Baughman, (i. L. Penny, Dr. W. B: IVn-n' Fink cassimere jeans panta tl.2ft per M. F. Klkin.S.S. Myers, H. c. Fupair at the Cash Bargain Store. Joe S. gleman, Jr., W. B. McKinney, J. S. OwsJones. ley, Jr., J. X. Menefee, Henderson Baugh, W. H.Traylor, W. H. Miller, J. W1111.K working on his train, Conduc of through freight as, H. Miller, W. P Grimes, J. K. tor Tim Duddorar, ihiI his back badly sprained. D11. Andhku Skum.e.vt, who was rais ' Tin: hop club is talking of giving aned in this county, but who now pracother of their delightful entertainments tices medicine in Hopkinsville, was luring the tlrst week in June. plnced in a rather awkward attitude by salo of Mr. Geo. II. the carelessness of a newspaper man H, Tiik private Bruca's household and kitchen furni- during a recent visit to Louisville. He registered at the Fifth Avenue Hotel ture is progressing nicely and very and the reporter who saw the signature prices are being realized. noted his being in the city, hut some Tiik town peoplu weie considerably how or other got it into his head' that excited Wednesday evening hy tlio re- Mrs. Seaigent was there also. The parapeo port that a couple of young society graph which came out stating that the Danville for the pur ple had driven to doctor and his wife were in the city ,posu of becoming husband and wife. The reached the eye of his better report proved untrue, however, ami the very naturally imagined there half, who was someHimnosed ulonini! couple were as much thing wrong and at oncu telegraphed to surprised n their leturn to hear of it as the proprietor of the hotel for a descripthe outsiders were. tion of thu woman thu Dr. had registerWants to Maiiiiy. I'ruwitt Brown, a ed as his wife. Dr. Seargont was absent youth of 20 summers and a citizen of thu when thu telegram was received, but the McKinney section, mine to town several hotel man wired immediately that the months ago and tried to secure marriage Dr. was entirely innocent and that there license, but County Clerk Cooper refus- was no woman in the case. It seems ed to issue the necessary papers on ac- - that an enemy of Dr. Seargent's learned count of the young man's age. Tues- of the import of the item and circulated day he came in again and applied, but a slanderous story concerning his visit to ' succeeded no better than ho did on his the city. Dr. Senrgent, who is a highly first attempt. Ho was very downcast honorable man and skillful physician, when told that license could not be giv- felt that ho must protect himself ami en hi without the permission of his had the hotel man and a clerk to take father and left town with uioistenc d an oath before a notary public that Dr. eyes on account of it. The young ninn Seargont was accompanied by no one is evidently affected with love sickness when at thu Fifth Avenue , Hotel and and is to bo pitied rather than blamed that his name appeared alone on the ho-t- l register. j for his actions. BUSINESS. youri-pu- MEANS Takr Store and net Jones. '.') Piin.ur-'sschool'a- Mk-sii- n South-Bosto- Ciod-drird,- 1 1 Hot-kKii- , erill ! sister-in-la- e. liHr-rar- d, to-da- y m . y, Port-mn- n. satis-factor- y 4 Dr. Brown got back last Saturday Caniiiks, cakes, fruits and in fact from Washington City and reports an everything in the r. staurant line, nt H. unusual'y interesting nnd profitable meeting of the American Medical AssoZimmer's. ciation. Nisw lot of dressed ami undrcBsed kid The dry weather is the main topic gloves in tans grays and black. Sever- now nnd recollections of the antiques Is Receiving His ance fi Son. fail to furnish a counterpart of thu presmm Tiik strike of the sectio men has been ent month. The hedge company will :i adjusted wjthout the raise of wages by loe a large proportion of this spring's set by the young plants' failure to catch. the company. At his examining trial last Monday Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. The Intkiuok Jooii.vai, base ball club at Liberty, Walker Bell was admitted to will likely play a match game next week, bail in the sum of 0 on common the first of the season. wealth's testimony. .Mr. Bell's friends Tin: exijuisite manner in which a aresanguine that a thorough investiganumber of the residents of Danville av- tion will show that only a conviction of enue are beautifying their premises is imminent danger could have prompted the deadly shot. commendable. We keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which Wheat escaped injury by the freeze, I ham; opened a nice restaurant and hut a large per cent, of the fruit was wc will take pleasure in showing and make can accommodate the public with a killed except on highest points. The lunch, ice cream or anything of the kind large peach orchard on Sand Knob escapat all hours. B. F. Kout. ed and north of town on highest ground Glassware, Ouoensw.ire, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of oven tenderest garden vegetables and Tin: large number of Baptist ladies and grapo leaves were not "scorched" baskets kept in stock, all of which we arc offering cheap to the public. gentlemen that congregated at Dr. Clifthough unprotected. Come and sec us. ton Fowler's residence Wednesday say Fashionable colored circles are agog as dispensers of genuine hospitality chat over a runaway couple who skipped & that gentleman and his estimable wife over the line last Sunday and are precannot bo beat. sumably one flesh at this writing. Mr. One of our townsmen who, unfortu- William Gray, a handsome society fanately for himself and family, has lived vorite, stolu .Miss Patsy Vardeman, a a very reckless life, has gotten himself belle of Kidd's store neighborhood, and into a very badsnap. He is charged with successfully eluded pursuit. Miss PatDialer In- forging Capt. Frank Harris' nnme to a sy is the oldest daughter of Mr. Sam railroad pass, which may possibly land Vardeman, a prosperous and highly him behind the bars, if his friends do respected citizen of Long Branch, North not intercede in his behalf. For the Casey. Miss Patsy is namesake of her sake of his family, wu withhold his grandmother, .Mrs. Patsy Kiffe, an aged Salt, Lime, Cement, Tiling, Farming Implements, &c. and very wealthy colored lady of the name for the present. Middleburg neighborhood. CHURCH AFFAIRS." Wallace Carpenter is here from the swamps of Arkansas, to eliminate a porHev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach at tion of the malaria absorbed there. Will Odd Fellows Hall this afternoon at 4:0. Bishop, of J'uwbush, Pulaski county, Dicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking Valley Corn Sheller. Francis Murphy secured about was here this week after an absence of signers to the temperance pledge years. Will is ruHniiiir a merchant during his meeting at Huntington, Intl., two steam grist and roll mill and reports! just closed. business good. The mountain air and The Southern Baptist Convention Board water have proved a cure to Mrs. Bishdecided to locate a Sunday-Schoo- l op, whose friends remember her as al and publication house at Nashville and most a helpless invalid. Miss Julia selected Atlanta as the place for holdStagg left last week to spend the suming the next convention. mer with friends in Chicago. Jimmie Hev. W. C. Barnes having completCook was the only delegate from this ed a year of assistant rectorship at end who went to Iouisville to be at the Christ church, has left for Covington, wrangle for nominations. We hope to where he and his family will remain learn that nil will be serenu and that thu June, when they go abroad for a year, predicted storms will 6trike the rabble Color Lexington Leader. to convene later. ThoNewYoik Presbytery adopted) HUBBLE. thu report of a committee charging thu Hev. Dr. Hriggs, Professor of Biblical Jim Caise, aged about "0 years, of Theology in the I nion Theological Sem- thu Providence settlement, died Sunday inary with teaching heretical doctrines. at his home after a short illness of pneuDr. Brigjfa will appeal to the Synod monia. Sam I'ngleman suffered great against the Presbytery's action. damage from the recent frost, killing his Wihnore, Jessamine county, is in- vegetables, biting his grape vines and fected with Sch wcinfurth believers and cutting down a new string of grange thu town is considerably wrought up fence 011 high ground. James Griflin in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to do all kinds over it. Some of the followers of the bought about 150 barrels of corn of Jos. And JEWELRY "Illinois Messiah" have gone so far as to Robinson at fcl.&U Dr. Lewis called of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. give all of their worldly goods away and hero on his way from seeing Milt Robinone young man was crazy enough to son of color, of the White Oak neighborPrescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, burn his barn while filled with grain, in hood, and reports him hopelessly low of day and night. his efforts to serve the Illinois sharper. consumption. Little George Bright, aged 7 years, passed into the arms of DEATHS' DOINGS. Jesus Saturday morning. He was sick Mr. J. M. Hail returned Tuesday of brain fever and suffered long and viofrom Somerset, where he went to attend lent. He was the oldest son of J. W. thu burial of his sister, Mrs. Sallie Sloan, Bright and was a lovely little fellow. who died Sunday from thu effects of be- His physicians and parents made a tering thrown from a buggy several weeks rible struggle to rescue him, but now he is in the bosom of a loving Savior. Bro. ago. Mr. William Mock, an aged citizen Godbey conducted the funeral services o'clock. A of thu Hanging Fork neighborhood, died at the house Sunday at very large assembly of kindred and suddenly Wednesday of heart disease. He hud been an invalid for years. Be- friends congregated to sympathize with sides f wife, he leaves several chil- his excellent parents in their bereavement. Miss Louella D. Bright is bore dren. from Middlesboro this Wtek, spending a MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. few days with her many friends here, her mother having returned- to their Miss Maggie Carrier and William business in the Magic City. Bud Cox Young were married id Highland yeshas returned from Pulaski county where terday. he purchased two nice mares. Hands Mr. Albert Hommel, of Danville, ami hammers wanted here at S:l per rod and Miss MayTalbott, formerly of this to break clods in this neighborhood. county, were married Tuesday evening Russell Gray, of color, Hying on Col. at Mr. Charles Hice's, in Danville, by Rice's farm, died Saturday after a lorn: Hev. F.. II. Pearce. .yter a few days' illness. Thu colored folks hero will stay in Iouisville they will return and have a strawberry supper fourth Saturmake their home at Danville. day night in this month for the benefit of their school. J. W. Swopo and wife MAYW00D. are visiting hero this week. Kverybody The continued drouth has about pleased witli thu candidates for county ruined the oat crop and meadows will judge and representative. bo it failure if we don't have rajn soon. WAYNESBURG. Misses Dora Cash, Mary Stephenson, W. II. I nuts and Frank Martin wont II. II. Caldwell is the aliest man fishing and gathering wild (lowers near in town. It's a pirl. II. 1). Tadj-ett- , our New Waynosburg, a fewilaysago. Win. leading merchant, was at Somerset Sun-daBums, of this place, day caller at KHis it Jackson and .Monday. met with a serious accident in get- shipped ei;lit of lumber to ' ting oil the train between Rowland and Cincinnati last week. G. H. linelton, , i Ho lost his balance anil of Knoxville, Tenn., was hero last week Stanford. caught with one hand and was dragged talking hardware to our merchants. some distance. Hf is very much bruis- Prof. W. Xiles, formerly teacher of ed, but we hope ho will soon recover. this place, now of Tennessee, is here Bro. .Masters, of Brodhead, will preach visiting old friends. W. H. (.Jooch and at May wood church next Saturday family, of McKinney, passed through night and Sunday at 10 a. m. 11. P. Mar- hero Friday en route to Buck Creek, tin, of Lily, was down on a business where they will visit friends and relatrip this eek. Mrs. M. K. Pollock is tives a few dayH. J K. Lynn's two boys visiting her daughter, .Mrs. Joo Pleas- and Mrs. Matheny's boy, of near Stanants, at Crab Orchard. X. T. Douglass ford, were at K. H. Caldwell's the first ot is on the sick list though is recovering. the week huntitiK and fishing. They J. M. Martin, who was operated on failed to capture much name, wu supabout one year ago fur Blight's disease, pose on account of thu cold weather. is quite sick. H.t?.RUPLEY,-- - r imtmumiMiA I ' Spring Summer Goods f-,0- Fancy & Family Groceries ( I PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FABBIS EABDHT. J. B. FOSTER Groceries and Hardware' 1 Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, 1,-5- W. B. McROBERTS, I un-ti- l DRUGGIST ASTO JEWEUEB, Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and NeaVs Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Dealer in I 1 Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, I - Ife v How-lan- d, car-loa-ds "w" l-- BINDERS, HAY - RAKES, Binder Twine, Machine Oil, &c. 111 Liberty county, Ga.. man has discovered oysters glowing at the bottom well and actually has some of his of the shells' to show his neighbors. At Leadville, Col., the President was presented witli a silver brick weigh-iuseven pounds, The ladies of the party also receive! silver souvenirs. A CO-fo- NKW ADVKRTISKMKXTS. IE CARRIAGE PAINTING. Ilavlni; iccureJ the kcrviccs uf a lint-cli- s carriage pointer, I am now pitpact-- Imlcjall kiniHof Before Imvinj; as I ant prepared to make you g Repairing and Repainting Of carriages unit IiiizkIcs. 1 live mo it u oil. W.M. DAUOHKUTV. PRICES AS LOW AS ANY danB5m - - JteL A ROMANCE OF- - TWO IBM STORY CIIAI'TEII IV. 11 r. By EDGAR FAWCETT. ntlrrcd in her one passionate thrill. Not that she seemed a woman who desired or demanded tho homage which evokes passion. Her tall and shape had the effect, both in movement nnd repose, of that placid dignity which bespeaks a kind of sexunl Indifference And yet, as he watched her more keenly, ho told himself that he discovered In her the unrest of some thwarted ambition. Was it a craving for wealth, for social prominence? Ho decided to wait and discover. She Interested him o acutely that he was haunted by this Idea of waiting and discoverwell-molde- d A ing. Full of Startling Incidents. Soon, however, ThormlyUo of talk in a way that was fraught for his hearer both with interest ant! distraction. changed the current ;have known? Von wore both too young. Your mother and did not harmonize; let me end there, at my moment of be iginuing. Soon ufteryour father'sdeath ,1 went to America. In Chicago I became prosperous with a speed and to a degree that surprised mytelf. obtained a good practice, but that was all. 'Funds which I invested in land oon bred me amazing profits. I'm rich, Gerald, and have no near kindred except an old aunt or two whom I should be doing an ill turn If I thrust any thing like luxury into the peaceful tenor of their days. I loved your father, ,and I'm prepared to be a socond father to Sylvan and yourself. In any case, pride or no pride (for I see a rebellious glitter creeping into your eyes) you must let me help you along through the rctof your studies, my buy, and after ward, who unows what may Happen afterward? I shouldn't be surprised if I set up a partnership with you as Wouldn't that iny 'junior associate.' be jolly, eh?" and Thorudykc suioto Gerald on the bhouldcr, with the air of one who desires to whelm all scruples of the receiver in the giver's voluminous 1 1 and Sylvan's whereabouts," he said, "if relations of a friendly sort had remained between your mother and myself after 'your father's death. Hut unhappily 'this was not the ease." "I never knew," began Gerald. "Of course you never knew, my dear "boy," was the interruption. "Why should either you or Sylvan "I should havfe known of your own ' good-wil- l. now Thorudykc lingered in his native. land for several months, at the end of which he and Gerald had become sworn friends. All Gerald's pride had melted into thinnest air. Ho perceived how disinterested was the goodness of his s father's friend; he recognized right to aid him; and for this lie soon conmost kindly of ceived an affection that was filial. When Thorndyke sailed for New York in the autumn of that same year, It was with the understanding between Gerald and himself thut the former should follow him by the middle of spring. twenty-fiftbirthday would occur almo:,t at the time of tho doctor's arrival. Thorndyke wondered what sort of un impression Gerald's brother and sister-in-lawould produce upon him. From certain letters of Sylvan's. recently seen, he hail formed nn idea Thorn-dyke'new-comers Syl-van- Thorudykc had no further intention of practicing again Per- through the rest of his haps he would never have returned to England but for the purpose of seeking out Sylvan Maynard and placing in his. hands that packet of papers which his dying father had bequeathed him. Hut As a real fact, IIoss life-time. ' . 's h w "SIUPL TUOHXllYKE DEI.IVKKF.n T1IF. TACKKT. that he wus fated never to care for this heir of the Maynards as he hud already got to care for youiiir lieruld. And his premonitions piovcd right. Sylvan was living, at this time, In a small house near the upper portion of I'ark avenue. He hud a pretty home, which only needed the laughter and of children to make it a charming one. Thorndyke, a man who had never married, a man who in earlier life had suffered a piercing disappointment with which this little chronicle of other affairs than hi.-- need not deal, and uman who now cared for all thcluresof womanhood about in the same way that he cured for the Murillo in the National Gallery or the noble statue of Lord Lawrence In Waterloo Place, had no sooner seeu Lucia Maynard, the wife of Sylvan, than he pronounced her a woman replete with charm. She had abundant hrou.'.e-huehair, with eyebrows and e.wla dies that were dark as ink. Iter e.w-- were large, liquid, beautiful; you lud to look at them for some time before you knew whether prevailed in black or yellowish-browthem. As for her features, if they wero uot perfect, their relations, each to each, must have been delightfully so, for you forgot their defects in the subtle spell wrought by this peculiar concord. She hud a w.irmth of tint that rarely deepened into rose. Her smile, which flawless teeth by no means marred, seldom lit her face, but when its bright mystic funds wero drawu upon It dwelt in tho remembrance like echoes of dulcet sounds Thorndyke promptly saw that she bad married a man who had never foot-putterin- d ' . n ye," she broke in, with an eagerness tliHt was violence-"He did show me that letter that singular letter. I I have been thinking of It ever since; I can't keep 1113' mind from dwelling on it. Did you not consider it a most amazing message?" "1 might judge better," replied Thorn-dvk"if I could know what it was like." 'Why, didn't you know?" she Intl- tcred. "I thuutrht von were mate friend." "I was and at one time his very intimate friend. Though he never told me what was inide that envelope. I can He continued guess its contents." speaking for some time and ended with these words. "Of course it was a wild dream of I'gbert Maynard's. Xow and then the finest human intellects arc beguiled just in this way." He saw her face fall, and then watched her as she nervously bit her lips. "You speak from your own experience as a chemist," she said, and tho ring of disappointment in her voice was plain to him as would have been her tears If shed from the troubled glooms of her eyes. "I'm not a chemist," Thorndyke hastened to reply; "I'm a physician or ment." The elixir had always appealed to ' was." Her looks brightened again. "Then Thorndyke in no other light than that of a melancholy joke. He wasa no less de- you do not speak with any real cervout disciple of science than his dead tainty, after- all." "All, my ilear'lady! As If ono could friend had been; but that any concoction of the kind described to him by not be sure we had left tho elixir of lifu could possi- and the philosopher's stono Inith very Maynard on his death-bebly be accredited with the potency de- far indeed behind!" "Hut this l'quefactiou of electricity clared of it was like calling the grass which Sylvan" dead father describes blue and the sky green. Several more meetings occurred be- for which he offers the very formula of tween Sylvan and the doctor, and still preparation would yon assort thut to bo no reference to the packet was made. impossible?" would yes." One evening Thorndyke presented himLiuia milled for a moment, and then self when the master of the house gave her head so earnest a negative loops shake that its flossy bronxe-browu 4cV- 1 1 it U in j of hair emitted Hashes in the lamplight lii.e those from polished mahogany. "Hut you are stating, in so many ' words," she exchumed, "that Hgbcrt Ma.uiard was a luadmati." "There are many sane madmen In the world." She struck the edge of her chair lm- patlcntiy with one clenched hand. "'I hat is no answer. So many things' no more wonderful than his assumed invention i'f happened. To concentrate ' the vital principle of all existence I see nothing more extraordinary in it than, to achieve the telegraph, the telephone. ' U least, I can't understand why it should he scoffed at lie fore It is tried." Thorndyke laughed. "1 don't scoff at It," he su'id. "Hut it is like havln-- j some one tell you that he had constructSAID. "I'M VKIIV FONH OK IAYK, ed an apparatus by means of which chanced to be absent. Knowing how could see round a corner." "I can Imagine such an apparatus beraro was any such occurrence unless Sylvan went out In his wife's company, ing constructed." "One can imagine the miraculous," the visitor said to Luciu, when she apconceded Thorndyke, with a smile of peared and graciously greeted him: "How odd that your lord should have skeptic amusement gleaming between lips. "Hut I don't left home of an evening unaccompanied his lady! I suppose you gave him suppose that your husband will object by his to testing the truth or fulsity of what full authority to desert you?" Lucia dropped into an easy chair. his father so firmly believed." and Lucia OKI vos It's a meeting of some law- - .1.1.. ,1 once more shook her head, Ofllk- .' - . t.t. .. uiiiu him. He's al- yers' club, I believe, to wlucti lie ins- - mis wiihj uu r....inn m.li..... jeet! You don't know longs, And you don't mind being left alone?" reaily afraid of that prescription as She shrugged her firm and shapely though it were a cobra." "Afraid of it?" shoulders. "I never care to be alone. "Assuredly ." Hut I don't mind If Sylvan leaves me "And why?" queried Thorndyke, now and then. It isn't that." his Thorndyke pretended to upjcar dis- with a sudden recollection of how dedreadful rev- dead friend's dead wife had once mayed. "What are these elations? You want other society than ported herself. "Why?" Lucia repeated. She made a Sylvan's?" quick little gesture of exasperation and inShe gave him the faintest smile of difference, as though she ignored this disgust, "lie's a tremendously religquestion, or rather as though she chose ious man, this husband of mine. Didn't to put it capriciously aside. "I'm very you know that? Haven't you seen it? I filfond of life," she said, slipping both think that from some sacred sense of those ial respect he would never hands behind her head anil clasping papers. I'.ut he's already locked them n them there, so that her the .swelling pearl of up somewhere, and regrets that he ever sleeves evidenced of them." her arms, from neat wrist to dimpled allowed me to gain a glimpse of thrm?" "You say that he's afraid as I long to have It elbow. "Hut life and know It Isn't for me. Sylvan cares asked Thiirndyki', pierced with memonothing at all almut lirhi'j, in my sense ries of Georgma Maynard's past of the word." "And pray tell me what m your sense I "Yes. They till him with horror. don't know if he has any faith in the of the word?" Oh! to mix with people and enjoy chemical marvels they sngist. Hut ho your youth. He doesn't care to do that. remembers thut his mother more than Hesldes. we haven't money enongh to once told him of bow his father died an dolt. He doesn't compluim about any Infidel." "Ah!" said her listener, drawing a long slimness of the household purse. He me spend more dollars than I ought breath. He felt as if some specter wero lets to spend. Hut we're nobodies that is, in the room, viewless and yet palpable. " we're nobodies from in.f loint of view." "I see, Sylvan lxdlevcs "That theie would he something somebody here "And what is beiug a oint of 'iiaspiiiiiuius aoom sueii 101 uciiiee-view?- " in New York from your ' ment." broke in Lucia, 'even if it could !; rose, and for u "Having lots of money giving fine possibly bo made." entertainments. You're a nonentity momci.t appeared to listen intently . e, Meanwhile Sy Ivan's welcomes wero d always warm He had indeed the doctor, and especially after knowing nnd loving Gerald. Syvlan was no relict tlon of his bi other not even a pale and neutral one. He expressed for Thorndyke all the conservatism of his mother and all (in the judgment of this new observer) his mother's rigid Thorndyke was In many ways a and Gerald's fearless liberalisms had vastly pleased him. He hardly knew what to answer, onu day, when Sylvan said, in reference to his brother: "1 suppose Gerald now and then greatly shocked you. He often shocked tjia Hut he had got to represent tho severely radical element at Cambridge " by the time I bade him con"My husband believes iti ventional," said his wife, before tho doctor could frame a fitting response. Thorndyke started a little, and looked at her. "And have you no such belief?" he inquired. She gave a short, guy, laugh. "Oh, take tilings as I lind them or try to." That "try to" haunted Thorndyke. He would sometimes watch Sylvan and think how thoroughly his stooped frame and lari'e, gray, restless eves betokened that he had Inherited his father's body, and yet how dominant in him was the pious, conservative spirit of his mother. Heing ignorant of what the packet confided him by Egbcit Maynard really contained. Thorndyke wondered whether it might not work trouble in the nature of this sensitive, soul. If it were, as he suspected, certain tidings which conelixir, might cerned that it not produce in Sylvan something of the same mental revolt nnd disarrav years ago wakened in the mother whom he so resembled? On Sylvan's twenty-fiftbirthday Thorndyke formally and privately dc- - ' llvered the packet. Sylvan did not open it in his presence. The young man seemed deeply impressed by thu very tidings of such a legacy. "Will he tell his wife any thing concerning it?" thought Thorndyke. "Well," he pro- ceeded to muse, "if Lucia is leftiin ignorance of its contents it will be just like his secretive, timorous temperadisap-iw)lntcwrong-headedncs- s. free-thinke- r, good-bye.- K-iu- 1 hero, If you don't. It doesn't make tho remotest difference who your grandfather was. If you haven't a big bank account you're sent to the wall." "And you're tired of being sent to tho wall?" Lucia Maynard sighed. "I'm tired of not living.". "And you think that not being fashionable Is not living?" "Oh, no. Hut I think not knowing certain people refined, attractive peopleis nlinost like death Itself." Thorndyke drooped his head for a moment and pulled at his gray mustache. "Well, after all, Is death so horrible?" "Death?" rIio echoed, with a sudden fierceness of mien. "Oh, I think it Is frightful! I do so hate tho idea of dy- Inn! Don't you?" And as she leaned toward him, with the light a near lamp grace and pal sending out the clear-cu- t lor ot her neck, throut and chin, it occurred to him that shu was extremely beautiful. 2sot unnaturally he thought of tho sealed manuscript which of late he had delivered to her husband. And then, while remembering this, he also recollected tho elixir (that "infernal nonsense" as he had long ago got to call It) which might very probably have formed the gist and pith of l.gbeit Maynard's bequest. "If you so hate the doom of dying," he said, inwardly stirred by the idea of his own boldness and imprudence, "you might perhaps have read with interest the farewell lines which Sylvan's father left him and which delivered to him on ids twenty-fiftbirthday. Or, it may be, your husband did not show you what I gave him. If that is true, then 1 h I" "Yes, fal-h- ls God-fearin- g once-treasur- J i ! h t , j - ' d 'I 1 s n J ( ( f gray-Warde- d ihi. y back-falle- , ! : "That is he now," she at length said, On a certain evening, four or five days in a quick, low, warning way; and alafter Thorndyke had departed, Lucia most immediately Sylvan entered. The doctor stayed for nearly an hour ami Sylvan sat together at dinner. been placed on longer, but during this time there was Dessert and coffee hadhad slipped from resumption of tho subject on which tho table; thescrvnnt no speuk-in- g his wife and Thorndyke had been en- tho room. They had just been (both rather listlessly) of Gerald's gaged. "He wishes to let It pass intended voyage, when all at ouco It from this time forward," to the doctor told himself. "Ahl how pleased Luciahelps:i3: wondering what you "One can't r heredity sneaks here! And what MkW Pi will tell your brother when he asks 3011 difference between tho brothers! It is about that packet which Dr. ThornMr H so easy to imagine Gerald full of ardor c ul to try the truth of what his father has dyke recently gave yon." Sylvan started, colored, and 'then asserted. Instead of being browbeaten T A m j jW superstitious t frowned a little, lie prided himself at the outlet by paltry, upon his gentlemanlike manners, and fears." As more days went on, the doctor felt sho who listened to his voice had lititilly piqued by Sylvan's continued reticence. ever heard it raised In shriller key than Not to volunteer one syllable regarding when he now replied: "Tell Gerald? I have not thought of a trust faithfully kept for many years! Such a course was tinctured with tho mentioning the subject to him. Why should do so, pray?" of crude manners, to sny nothLucia began to slide one white fingering of it more sevcie. Hy this time he's term of sojourn In New tip along the rim of her purple linger-bow-If Thomd.N "It would simply be natural York had almost drawn to a close. Ua : k: had found that his Investments and gen- you did toll him: that Is all." "1 don't agree with you," ho an2 ss SB property-holde- r ." eral bus.ness Interests as a swered, stolidly. in and near Chicago made It "Yon didn't think it she if not quite impossible to said, "to rebuff me when questioned remain miuh longer in the Last. ,c had become fond of the huge you on the same subject." "I did not rebuff you. gave you all town that has sprung up with so magio tho information it was right to give. a speed If perhaps with an willingness to he a trifle too impressed More than that, even. Hotter If' I hud by itself as a prodigy lie felt actual pres rved complete silence." She Hashed him a challenging look home-siclongings to jrao again on across tho pretty little table, with Its some of those very features of it which long ago. as nn Immigrant KnlUhman, ttiS&SSSx A. S. PRICK, he hud r ttini'ly ridiculed. ; v r n1 - im .iii-- i He decided that he would 1n.1l e no ll M11 nttempt to break the lie with Slvan. irti oi-- infril. M kotiritt' I'lug swtt, ll was ice of the young mnji's own frccr.ing: let it stay rigid if he to willed. Pressing letteis came from Chicago, and Thorndyke Vesolved' to start at Heforc doing so he said to Sylvan once. ! 'i that his brother would soon arrive in New York and that It would of course be better for Gerald to remain there a month or so before going Into the West. "As regards your brother's feelings on the question of practising his new proI Is fession either here or in Chicago," ho continued, "that Is a matter which I shall want him wholly to decide for My friend. Dr. Clyde, in Last himself Thirtieth street, will always ho his friend and counsellor Clyde is young, vand a tritle too imaginative I sometimes ."; u 'stfTJtWia.s ""Mv tfV v ip Hl'iM mi vllWll It CIA think for a physician. Hut lie is immensely clever, has won a brilliant im in nervous dis glimmers of silver and glass. "Why repute s a KC3S5 eases, and promises me that he will aid would it have lieen lietter?" she asked. JfrrT',iSr"V "What has cuiiied 3011 to late mo as Gerald in every possible way." unworthy of oir confidences?" Sylvan ccmcd to reflect for a brief "It isn't that," ho retorted, brusquely while on the frank and genial sentences enough, for him, and toing his head jhr t I! r I u' r - c.j hu .'Jit just heard. "Thank 3011 very much," witha show of the uimt unusual in- IlliU' ll tia I ' t ,.oll anytli ir t' cy uv ell li: mi he presently said. "You have been so tolerance. "I explained to yon; I exn in in ic lli hi en p UliMl-(i- , miii. kind to Gerald that I am sure he must plained fully Your ll si him curioslt3 is unwarI I I" 11 Al II t appreciate it most grateful." ranted; It's rapacious, in fact." "Confound the fellow!" Thorndyko She gave a high, chill laugh. said to himself after quitting Sylvan'H me I'm Interested in . "He couldn't give me 11113' as the great work of awhat struck striking intelheartier or more graceful answer than lect." that! I can understand how his legal """rol He "Of an impious ability has already made him a lawyer mind."smiled fourl3. mjj with strong promise of success. Thank "You're speaking of your own father." fate for the few men in this world w ho "Yes inore's the pity." are not liorn either flint or pulp. I be"And then you hold hla accomplishgin to think that character Is tho one ment as merely Impious? You don t s thing wo crave in our rank it as a fine and siiooewful stroke whether It be saintly or devilish." of sclcntltl'c lnhlght?" And smile then a lie answered, at first, with a dodged gleamed on llr. Thorndyke' face as ho shake of the head. "1 don't know airy brown-ston- e moved onward amid tho ugly r It illsplas. thing about the perkiness and "stylishiiesn" of Nor ilo I want to know. I've bidden Fifth avenue "After all," his musings the thing away locked it up. I ought proceeded, "what character have ? If to have burned iL It smells of Ivgbcrt ever there was a being without tho Mayimrd's atheUm. Only the fact of vaguest social individuality, such a his being my father has prevented me biped is ltoss Thorndyke." from destroying it. Some dn3 I shalL Halms dim t c.mii.c tin Crntrnl t'nioiNo doubt ho was right In just tho Soni di'3 I feel that I shall." CklUfO, mm, social sense of which he had made menLuciu sprang up from her chair, with 5. IDrtrml, Michmao HuUlo, CleveUhd. tal note. Hut when all is said, how sparkling e3es and trembling lips. hiilunnpolia n4 Ihr Wot, New r.Hgiiad, potent as a factor of life is "You shall not! You must not!" she often more Cnitdi. the heart richly brimming with kind- exclaimed. New. ness, the brain full of fraternity, Ilo stared at her as though Vthuit-l"iPh'lodclj liu, lUUimoir. II jiriill"ir)i, Irsnlforl. Ky hclpl Those people who ly her vehemence. "In tho (Jiim lot time ir IK(.INIA Sh"fl'l jIh Ki loiK.uo, are "individual," who have angles of name of God," he returned, "what has (,lel line to personality on which description can got hold of you? You've been a differhang it.s essays of portraiture, are not ent woman for days. Is it those cursed I13 any means always the choicest to jiicces ofpapor? l'or a good while I'vo know, feel with and for, make friends suspected they'd liowitch you. Now Solul I'raim, tut'Ck cam, wolitK un nit of and cherish. In thu surety of their I'm ture they have!" tk.. COhr. 1'ullnian Ikitkloir Srilci Omiujh Meriil uithjni;e vu Chatlun OS, llirininKlmm, standing cogent tests. Thorndyke lightHiNlin? Jifcel loniierilomi rn ioul lor Knot, KM uri TO III HIM1M ly denounced himself as colorless, but vllle, ,het ilk--, I.) ii. hl.urj; jnd hmiii hi the his place in whatever landscape of life FflOM SLEEP TO DEATH. this or that observer might have placed some strong t'lirtpi-ett'ihim would have resembled t'tiilliic In Ilo l.lfi- - "f tree which never inand iiii;( .ni.lli. At Ckatlaiiuaga for Ailjnla,CohiHiliut, Wilinuir trudes itself with the least sallency and CiiiiUI'-sIiiMelbourne II. Kurd, who lun, CSarleitmi, Aii(ioU, M.umi, Sannn, yet can not be exiled from thu picture wax m viitl) tiii ken with n'xiptevy and llrmooirl, bale Cilj.'l huuu.nlle mnl KI.OKI 1)A pinl. without calamity of discord, lie left was found dead In 'I ho only list tunnmi: oll imiii ithrhoi' the Maynard household, on taking his Ix'il. wo. iiiicol the I'ullwmi llouiioir or l'Lice Cart In Jack im'i journey to Chicago, with thoughts of lirlilln Miiuig men MHitillc withiHit ill J me li r any il.i.ol lunen-ero- r Imu'iraae. II" of Michigan. Sylvan that wcreiurt though not at all Setma unit Montfomtry, ui illr, Decatur, lived at Grand flnreliir, Meinh jiul H KANSAS pointa, malevolent. He perceived, from certain Annnlon, Sclma, Moand had Shartt and qui. IrM to iiuulr parting words of Lucia's, delivered in just ln'i'11 reelect bile Uiuct conue lion trantfrrmforNKW OK-- I (.tlveiton aside while her husband was present, FAN'S, without omniliu 11I tocoiiKivs-- i in a llouiton, Amtiii, that affairs weighed onerously on her list lift which TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. spirit. "He's more stubborn than ever," hilii ill the line 10 Ji Imn an J VuVahurf, the young wife had found time swiftly I'lit'tlnli The only thiniiKti I. a., umIIiii; illrn t ccilinectloi t Mi, , Sho veirl to whisper, and her distressed underby a inujoiil) as viiilioiit nmniliii tr Hislcr lor Dallas Fort Worth, tone echoed itself in his ears like a knell Auitin San Anioiim, II I'jvi anil polnttin . law us the tortured into fantastic cries by the 01111 which ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA, s of his westward trip. circled him this TEXAS, Kur llirouch rale rurrect county mapt anil lull He hud indeed left Lucia In a very untime. He wiwlmrn Inn. lion Ciir, inlnrinalloii at Saline, Mich,, oraildren tall on I Ageiit at V WOOI.I.KV. Ky happy frame of mind. The idea of the HON M. II. lOKII ItANK in IHIli, and enlist- Tmv I'ati Aul , l.eonctnn, Kx, elixir hud taken hold of.her liAKVKI, Ct Vice rrnidcnt, ll ( .KllW'ARDS, Imagination with a savage though co- cd at tin HriMikhu ii.tvx 11rd when four I', A T A., He wan vert force. Not loving her husband, teen .eur-- old as a boy m'uiiiiiii. Sabine, Chiti; rati O 011 the exulted In the iis.uued tun place I'ortress frigate she had thus far secretly Monroe. which was sent to aUMZMSUbU,UJ.iUU3M possession of a distinct power over him, The war ending lie sailed in Kiiropwin , i seldom used, though relied on as a deep w Hers upon the Colorado, the llngshlp of r 1 .... f.w ''ri reserved fund. Ills firm refusal that tin fleet. He later enteied she should again look HjMn the letter the tmil at Annapolis hut sick jfcS? &WTih delivered him, lie- - eoiiiielU--i him to lcae I he service. and manuscript lately had first astonished and then ired her. He was the youngest mumlierof the G. A. Ho studied law after he To euro iwiioiTr"i. f. ii IV A coldness ivcw up between them, each K. in Michigan. e t nnlU being aw are of tne other's reason for left the iiaw and drifted into polities. He jiulh 11, '! 1. i and made a till) .!.) Mix 1. ,,i preserving it. Hut Lucia was the first was elected to foiigrtws in Isst, tviiki.j, of the committee on Her record as a to change thcs mutual conditions. iv.v;i'rw ?: immigration. He hud also served tu the dreams were now full of the precious legMttuic and was tho author of ' Ford' drug eonci rning which Sylvan chose to 5 .ii.iIk" lie was mentioned , t a maintain so piquing and mystic a si- Democratic candidate lence. Did lie then btlitrsln it.s efficacy? fall. Had he acquired some positive knowl(IicNII ll.t. MJe Ml ', Ilea ilothn Iiiijii edge on that head? The very thought The Itllmli M.ST. 'lllli t im, io. The jlio .Vstelll apIicaiV to have its away. Her almost t xk Lucia's breath 4l lf(, , I,. t ,,. ),t .. in Queensland as well as In other I'rlee 01 eill ri si,. . "i . in J.'oKlf. husband. ; s .she could not help feeling civilized countries. Hcrently a 011nt; mail quite eertrin, .voiild scarcely hesitate was on trial at (lympie, and when the jury uuder re ZttjyAJi Cf ai .ieiru if..ri'i.uriini'i,, between burying the tiled to consider the evidence theynaw v. mi iim.ss ' ST.ICCIS MO. profound scire .y and allowing just her- tliH liailiir luck up the prisoner and o J.f.SMUH AtC.i self aluno t profit by it, even were he htwtv for a drink. Thu "twelve oi men ,i..i 11 i'v t,iu i,, ,.......--- ' ....... sure that It meant a genuine victory for nun ,,.,.. r,..ii. It li flitnliei! mil. if :i v In science. The more that she' brooded (low and went to a saloon, lure they were j licn tlin JhiIkh ellt to learn the over the e'lanci-- of his piety taking found delay in reaching a For LOBTarVAUINO f.m, the more reason o'j theirtrial for the accused. verdict. 1VJ I mJ I R O.ntralaadKKRVOUS KANMOOrn this DtBILITli tingle. Hi'siilt, new nerves dist she felt Wtakmnof BodTandafiad. Xffttli of rrrsrierExttaitt in OldorTojtv. His scruples of a religions kind had not MIMM)rll7 Kln(, H.w lUkatt, ktklt ()" the li,il3;J-"ponnilfl of heinpj iirMtMnaaa, uaiiaiuiriDUHutaaairaiiTaut(altrr 4 seldom bored her since their marriage; iodi. la a 1T. f.llUt IIUE but these nilVcted her with shuddering raised in Kentucky last year, Lincoln is itulaOll tttm (0 iUlf 4 tanTRKiTlIT-rIMl- O I aralta filH. WrIU Iktau lulllj awa. ialtailaaa rar, aiall'tal4irra. icrltl moods of disgust and chagrin'. credited with 1S1.000. 11 K-- m m s- - VI 1 dls-rells- h l. :.;! ?l - S Spso y Iri 1 He-sid- I over-gre- at liTiiS Eil ',1 .1 - k '.:L0 "i ra Jfi ' &&&ft Hi r. r ?III1 w fr ctjt&. n m T 3$ AJwijtfV - s-- sin-ciali- I'Osll' r. c m. 1 n "ucn . .. v ! J 1 r- - - 11 -- "He-cau- se door-step- WZFaJTxT IH1 WEHeCRF crcii fellow-mortal- self-accusin- g brain-powe- i iricvr crsATit, ) lt. York, - lSoston, dum-found- j new rausMs, l 'tllrli-I-:ii- ii full-bough- 1 mii -- Slii-ini- 11 preo-din- Deino-cruti- e train-clamor- j i Meditt-iiaiipui- i rnc t. S& r a-- giiht-rnutoil- la-s- F I ftf m h-1 of.Oio-eiMhui.- t'e de-ft-e- ts 1 imimisTrmin9r ....--- .. s FOR MEN ONLY! hr rev-full- . J mmm Uih iriC i I MEOIOAk CO., BUFF.V.O. H. V. .U'- -. W-- i inyi iii" iJff mi imit in V"i iP-ii if--T-- -- tW v a, r- .wHTIi ijifr'jUJPfcfci SSSfcJi Jaawiaiijfc 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Villi; CAUPCT WOOL TAX. W. l- - ENGLISH tV.-- AND AMERICNN WAGF.3 CAMILLE DESAI0ULINS. RIDPATH'S STORY OF THE MAN WHO LIGHTED THE TORCH. WALTON. May lo, 1MU VIEWS OF LAND A FOREMOST MANUFACTURER. NEW ENG- - SrANroiti), Ky Sir. Arthur T. I.juntti Tiill Aliout ilm atiKlnlry lux on Curpfl Wont lllghrr I'li-fmill I'lior L'lU'lM'ts tli Itritiilt A Tilt Wlilrli Itrnxlll Nnliiitl). Mr. Arthur T. Lyman, of the Lowell Manufacturing company. Boston. Mans, TURF TOPICa. who is on6 of tho largest and most Rapeland, the famous gelding, has manufacturers of t'liqiets in New Wu turned out in n inu)1ck at (J raves-m- d Hnglaud, was rtvently nsked lty a iiietn-bo- r track by AI. F. Dwyer in conn-quene- o of thu New York Iteforui club to of n bail leg, and will scarcely 1 give his view.s on carpet manufacturing at the Ht lioforo fall. h as airected by the wool tariff Tito n Work on tlio new track at Nashville of Mr Lyman a a foremost tnaiin-factnrwill bo rapidly pushed, and it will Im of cnrpet.s given his views an n ady for the itiuuguml trotting meeting authority which no ouuide testimony to lgin oh Oct. IH. for which $40.iiiu m can command. Maken and pursi-- will bo hung up. Mr. Lyman soys: New Yorkers art- - still agitating the CarpotH and tlieir prices aro of general qucfltinn of n sjveH road for hotter. Interest in the United States, for though pR'sidont Uiley, i( the .Ww York Driv- rare luxuries not very many years ago ing club, guarantees that the rowlilcs they have become articles almost of will raiM$l. ".0.000, for tin- - purpose. common iieceftity. The general Mate of well being in this country of enerM. F. Dwyor i credited with savim getic people and of great natural wealth that he will send his grent colt tomae to Chicago to run in the rich has aiTordod a great market for the Aiiiuicnii derby, an he has plenty of en pnxlucts of the wonderful loom in vented by Bigelow. and (int put into nee gagcnicnts for him in th Hist. at the Lowell Carpet company, at Low"Voil'Il Fee Nelson ill Boston this summer," said C. II. Nelson recently, "and ell. Mum., nnd of many other ingenious vm'll peon Iwttei horse titan you haw preparatory machines. Tlue labor saving inventions and tho list year. I will Ik'I $100 that my homo universal demand havo can.-e- tl an trow on the American association prtxluctiou ami low prices, and tracks." tho great competition of Into years has Thomas J I. William'., of San Frauds left to the manufacturers generally but ci, has purvhaafd of Senator Stntifunl. little profit and not Mltloiu a I0-.- 3. for the fast Bin.Substantially all of tho wool uwd in "tix, winner of the Friendly stake at making carpet". coui"s from abroad, and Washington pnrk hist ywir bliii-- his clnrlly I10111 Huwia. Asia .Minor. pun base he has won th Tidal sUke and India nnd South America. TIiom Persia. wtH)Is Pacific Derby for his new o.tiier are chiefly long, ciMtt wk)1s. and living Thin exiwirlnient has lttn tried in raised under favorable natural coiidl France. Ton. horn- - wor t4ckil out at tions, and by ieoplo wIiom? modes of life haphazard, their hos taken oil, and aro very iuexieiiMve, they aro of very then they were ndden at different pace low coxt Tho nscoshity for revenue over nil sorts of icu au1 wiow, doing from any and every source during tho EIGHT PAGES. s huc-cesf- Ksi-tio- iit l. H c.t - sixty miles for the day, at the end of which time their feet won not in the least damaged The Tennessee senate lnu passed a bill that had originate! in tho how, providing, under eiiiiMnalth, that hereafter bitting on nices in tlmt state shall he confined htnttly to the fiiclosotr within which the nicer u re run. This measure will serve to cltectnally wihj (ut the iKd room in Nashville and Memphis. ftlnMit BEHIND caiiHsl the rnHng of carpet wool-- , in tins ciMintry. because other wooIm and other products could be ran-eto much wools, avowedly for revenue. When tho war was over mid tho debt had leen greatly retlitctsl, and many ta.tes were taken ofT. this heny ta. on carjut wool was unfortunately left. It had not citil war after a tune caused duty to Ik placed n carint 11 lo Trfl SCENES. 1Otta'n j ear of rwt is Haiti to have greatly tin pro veil Iwr voice. Nat Uoodwin mid "Tk Nornim-lut- e just ended a run of 110 night iu New York Mario Wnitiwright lias taken tit lending rolo in 500 performance of "The Twelfth Night," In loino Loudon theaters auditors have to pay from a halfpenny to twoertcc each for programme. Sybil Hamler-ois pula a Lou-ioin wspuper for associating her name with the death of Prince Bmloutn. ".Shiloh," the new war play recently pnxluatl in Philadflphin. in rufcrred to ns n "Micces of hcenery and Mivriuuu-vraries.-- n " Ilvrkotuer in said to 1) towmd the production of a real rainbow on the htagv of his tbonUr in lluln-r- t twp-ri-inen- tin Filmland. Oracio Plaistetl. the littlu California inuia donna, hai just Ih'iiii work aain utter n yar in Kurope and a Ion; runt at Vallejo, her native city. .Mr Kendal i.s an idoal F.uglish gentleman Ho greets you with a cordial trtip of the. hand iuMond or tho tlabbv. inane hhako that to many Americans iilTtvU Augustin Daly is the nuthor and publisher of "The .Meinoii's of MUh. Ada Hehan," haiidnoinely lioiunl and and fleiantly illustrated. The XxK'k will not be wld, but wiil Ikj given to friends of thoactretesjuul the manager. .,lbseph Arthur, tho author of "Tho Still Alarm" and "Uhie Jeans," low won nil hiH success within Iwsthuu ton ywirs. Hoirtrich now, but he hain't forgotten tho iluys when lie and prosptrity were "Blue Jiniiis" roiniKirntiH Htrangera. cirns for him an avonigo of fl.oO'.t a week. pro-ftiM.'- ly RAILROAD JOTTINGS. eiu-ploy- Tho I'outinylvanin railroad system 7,071 engineers. F, Hoke, who was General Utdn-relected president of tho North Carolina railroad, has declined to accept tho offko. Tho Lake Shoro peoplo Iiiivg apointel D. IJ. Fldridgo their bouthwestern agent, with headquarters at Kaunas City, vico V. A. Follotte, t con-ti.utm- g At n 8iecial meeting of the stockholders of the Philadelphia and Reading Terminal company held recently it was unanimously agreed to increase "the l stock from $300,000 to $3,000,000. An itiuuenso freight station, to cover an en tiro block in Buffalo, is to bo erected for tho joint use of the New York Central and West SIiqio railroads. An arrangement bus also been made by which the Western Now York and Pennsylvania road will use tho Now York Ccntral'a passenger terminals in UufTalo. Captain Willard Thomson, suiterin-tendoof tho Harlan A Holliugsworth company, of Wilmington, Del., luiihcuii appointed receiver of tho Haltuuoro and Eiiateni Shoro railroad. Tho road is admittedly insolvent. , It has ., mortg.ngo indebtedness of $1,(500,000, and a floating indebtedness of f0,000. Judgo Rirr, of tho United States district court, granted nn order at Louisville, permitting J. Kennedy Tod, of New York, receiver of tho Kentucky Union railroad, to extend tho road to Jackson, a distance of three miles, and to issue ' receivers' certificates to the amount of f 125,000 to pay oil debts to j emuiova ei-itant thus an unusual demand for these grades Tho inanufucturers who make copper has been catwd this year. In view of thetto facts, tho high tariff bathtubs, boilers, sinks and general copperwaro aro now in a trust and en- Bulletin with bitter sarcasm hints to the joying 45 nor cent, protection. They Ohio political shepherds that they would bettor betuko themselves to raising sheep havo rained prices, which one of the for mattoti. and nays for their encourmembers Bars "we aro going to mam agement, "Raising ' sheen for mutton tain." pay even here iu Massachusetts." ditions existing hero were not favorable. Thu tax 01. this admirable matiriMl con-irably iiicrecxiil tho cost of the carpets uwd so largely by tho "ople. Of couio the temptation to cheapen the fabric by the mixture of substitutes for wool was great. But until within a few year the niachiuery omplot cd would not admit of tho extensive iivj of what hns of lutomiix been used in eiiormoiie quantities the cheap cattle hair, pietty much like that used for mixing with morUir. Tho ingenious machines Inteh ineutetl tiiuhltxl manufacturers to nut enormous quantities of cheap hair, cheap until tho enormous demand foi it, with the increased duties of the bill on wool, mado it idmo-- t a costly, ttiough not nearly as gtMtl, a? wool itself Cotton was twd largely for the warpi in place of worsted. Tho .McKiniey lull seems to have a special spito against carjwt wtwls, and those who wish to make or use wool All noils (the short fibers of wt)ol largely tnel for the weft of earjH't.s) wen excluded by the monstrous duty of thirty cents per pound c,'00 and 00 ier cent, iu many m.--, and the tax on other materials va. gieatly incnxied. Mou-ove-r, the ambiguities of tho law and soino rather forced constructions of it by tho treasury demrtmeiit hao still further increased coets, and so multipliwl doubts mid quentio.is that there aro few kinds of car k; t wool tho duty on which can Iw surely known. These inenxtsed difficulties, and im ptsliinents and tho largely increa&vd dutios obliged cnrjK-- t manufacturers tc ailvauvu the prices of carpets after the paswigoof the.Mt Kin ley bill an advance on all wool carpets of about 10 per cent. Tho ell'ecC of an increased of wool is at ouco to give .111 advantage and an opiortuiiity to those who use chear materials, and so it grUly stimulates the increased use of cotton nnd cattle hair, and of all kinds of waste and shoddy and torn up carpets. Tho increase of price by tlio main f.icturors may not have been fully felt iu tho retail shops, became on stnlo articles tho retailer ia slow to advancf prices until his old stock is gone, and because his margin of profit enabled him still to sell without loss, which was not tho case with the manufacturers, or because he.substituted for tho all wool carieta those with a greater or less of cheap substitutes for wool. Of cour&esf one cannot afford to pay for a wool carpet there iu no reason why ho should not have a cotton carpet, if he wants it; hut then he might also put down common cotton cloth. 1 here is no moral rejuion perhaps (though Ruskin would not admit it) why ho should uot buy a tapestry carpet, made chiefly of jme, with a veneering of printed wool; but if taken oil inthe duty on wool had stead of having been largely iucreased tho price of the best Brussels carets, instead of being put up ten cents a yard, might havo been reduced ten or fifteen cents a yard, and au all wool ingrain or extra super carjwt might have been sold for loss than a (largely) cotton and shoddy ingrain may sell for now. Thus an article of, general nso has been largely and ueedlessly increased in price, although it might well have been improved in quality and largely reduced in cost liy the freo admission of curit wools, which would havo hurt almost uo one and would havo benefited every one. d( y greater adrautage, ami lecauw. thu con- car-Hi- t. '1 he genius of toung Cnmille pened like a blossom lie absorbed all banner of learning. nnd lxs?ame by mutj the ino,t 23 In., in In., .VI reml, II picks reed, lit distinguished student and soiude.st classiHilxtiU.M pinks (HUGH, cal scholar of them who rere to turn ynrtU. M yards. Fnitice upside down iu th ltevolution. In KnglniHl Cents. Cents. Mot of all did the literal ur and history AnlitoiMiiKlir-I.fn?- .. Ul.iW LT.T0 ot the tlissicii nations IK t(' attention of ftlitakhiirn S'.0l SUIl the jotiug enthusiast. IViiaps no other Jft.01 Stiklort a.S -yj)) IIjJo J scholar of the leiolutionar epoch as well repniduce i:i as he was able to realize i"i() Atcntge JJ'.SS a Kiiiliir way the IhesiiA characters of 23 In., m a In., the patriot (! reeks and I mails. rnsl. picks rcetl. M But how h.irdlj shall ocha man (COxWi. ;.S pluks (UIUI). IVi yards. ahtwjor! Milt prottsHn the case of jitrtts. grailu-ntt- d CeuU. Coiils. InAmrrk.t Alreadt in iTsfl, laving 1Q.& ftlnxlo Uktml Unknown. from the law sclnfll. he wns admit.... I'M Sift) Provlibuiru ted to pnut ice as an hoiaite of the parlM.t) KiJI Hlvur StJSl liament of Paris int his lightness of IV.'.ni Ixiwoll SUM character, his homo's even his wit and i.'.io" Averngc iSt genius, uiaileagaiiisdiim in the g.iilgriud This is a coinjMinson of wages by the of the courts .Monver, he was crippled, pieow; a similar rtult is obtained in a as an orator, with M uninipre.sie person, comparison of wages by tho ponnd of features without niKisseshis qualities cloth woven. Thus the wage cost per nnd a miserable summer in ids speech. It literary men that pound is: In Fall Bier. fi.i07 cents; in is the good fort ute ofbe. need not appear their ugliness, if men (i.Ss"2 cents, tn Hhode Island. Lowell, in their psges. Snmmeriiig, also, is of the (!. cents; in Pennsvlvania, fi. cents: tongue and not il tho pen. in England, li.l'tVJ cents. Camille fryiilhe tlrst was dentined to Notwithstanding our lower wages by another cjui eiilian that of law. For tour en me aud ho sank iuto tho yard and by the pound this English- j whs no siit-ir-man found that our weavers wore earn- poteity Wio the Cidl for the states gening more money in a week than English eral he brok forth in an "Ode" which weavers did. Tho cause was siniploJ a.vakened imeli patriot enthusiasm, and iy radical moin)gra(ih, which enough. Tho American weavers in then in a"Tbe Philosophy of the French ho called many can's work eight looms, n thing People." bn the ."th ot May. 17M'. he uuhott-- d or iu England. watched tie gieat procevdon of the states Tin figures hen given show it differ- general aty ersallles, and iu the follouin ence which certainly has not grown less months lame well known to the risiu democrat' as a man of brains and audao since IS7D. hr llin Yitnl itml 1'imiii l.itucr In t 'IIirii In Ilii'ilmul. A liemian manufacturer of woolen goods, who visited this country with a view to establishing a linutch nmnufno-tor- y hero ki older to retain the market out of which tho McKinloy law ha practically shut him. lias written tmi New York tajcr giviiu the reiwons why he abandoned the id- i of Intilding here His principal rencon was the tax on raw wool, which would make it impossible for him to sell anv of his product outside of the United States Our protectionists unit. illy represent that tho one great disadtantago which confronts our inaiiufai-tiinrin conis tition with the inuiinfactniers of is tho higher price of labor in thi country This (ierman i.'iiuiifH'turer. however, did uot find that there was near so great a difTerenr-if wages as Ind si, has lseii claimed says that after jicrsounl iuqmrie.s in the industrial districts of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, he bids that the average rate is scarcely 2. per cent, higher than in (lermnny: and he asks what this amounts to when the woolen products art subject to duties ranging from SO to 100 ht cent. It has long been known by people who care to inform themselves of tho exact tacLs mat coiton and woolen weav ing costs less isr vear for labor in the United States than iu any EuroHan country Wages aro admitted to he generally higher, often much higher, hero by the day or week, but as our labor is more productive, a yard of cloth is actually woven 111010 cheaply with us than in Europo. This is a fact oflitiall.t certified to by the authorities at under Republican administration In lSeJ our consuls in EurojH.' were directed hySecretary of tho Treasury F. T. Frelinghuysiii to report upon tho cotton and woolen weaving industries iu their resjwetive districts. Our consul at Manchester, England, Albeit D. Shaw, reported uioii the cotton goods industry of Lancashire. In the courso of his report ho gave certain ttbles prepared by the late Mr. James Tlnirnly, of Manchester, showing tho lalxtrcost of cotton weaving at several English and American centers. This Mr. Thornly nitvd America in 1879 as tho "special commissioner" of tho Manchester Textile Manufacturer, and wrote a series of letters which Consul Shaw vouches for as "reliable.' Here are two tables quoted by Consul Shaw from the letters of Mr. Thornly which give the English and the American cost of weaving what is called printing cloth that is, tho cloth train which calico prints ate made: Ami-rlri- I'llnrlpnl Kplfiilr III In (he Career or riiiulM-en-e li' (lenliM anil CliHrnettT Work In of "llir 1)1.1 ronlellpr" the I'luce tCopj right, lie l.t Kevnliitlnn. IS31. A& by Aincrlcun I'ros Association.) NE man there was (,&. w lioso liead was ICM '&' ' .,, the m ency. s En-roj- o WAVW&r IjVpj 2, y "" V3l' Z'L ) t lr?'V.t 'Us ' i i -- Wa-hingt- tho Terror. That word sealed his fate. It Camilla Desmoiilins. He was the youngest of the great revolutionists, and the most amiable of them all. For tlio rest, history, after a century of time, is not much disposed to wear the weeds of mourning. But for the versatllo ami llht hearted Camilla she still sorrow and weep . Iu ievnlution history herself piepares 'he combustibles nnd arranges tho train, but some man lights the match. Patrick Henry said, "If that Ins treason, make the most of It." The match was lighted. An East Indian said toa sepoy soldier, "Every tlinejou bite that cartridge you eat hog's fat and tallow." The match was lighted again, and the sepoy relxjllion hurst out volcanic. In the French revolution many centuries had wrought iu forming the mngaine and filling it with powder. One ilit siiilleed, an tve shall see, for the striking of the match, and one hand did it the ,viii-nii- . 111 int-- .'lutein 11111 lie tv.i .tiway.s hand of Camille found among the benches of the Mountain, This notable personage, almost a poet. moving about itml shooting bis barbed wit- certainly a brilliant wit and mirthful, tlcisins at the enemy. None more than he spirit set ..l....l tlowerlike I... the bloody the destruction of the mount chy. breast of the Irench ltevolution was oil' On the question of the king's death he of the town of (iiiise, in Plainly, whei voted "Oui." he whs born on the !M of March; bi He wnite a "Hbtory of the Brissotins," strangely enough, the year is iu doub which was So furious iu its attack on the Nearly all of the biographers, until the fiironde and so deadly iu its deductions of recent date, saj 1701, but tho later fid that Kobi pierre was able to avail himself more careful say 1700. For our partw'e of the influence of the pnniphiet and the sav t'fil, having, as we shall see, CnmJe's rage of public opinion to send the Hchert-is- t ow 11 authority for his age on tho day I his fir.st and tiio Uiroudiiis afterward to trial. From his childhood his minf was the guillotine. As for Datitou and Camille, ns bright as the sunshine. Alren.v. at they appear to have been astonished and thirteen years of age, his proud ftiiilunbi-noushocked at the terrible application which father sends him to Paris enter the ltevolution made of their own arguthe College of Iollis le Grand, wht'c he is ments. to lie educated for the law Thenjhe will It was late iu the year 170:1 that Camille have for a senior classmate no o5er than established the last aud most t.tmous (bo- the Kiiik of the Terror, Maxiinilin Hobos w-- n 111 word clem In his newspaper, called Li Vleiir- fnrilelier - ....v... ......... til'8 man, like Marat, was an etl- ltor lie satil tlmt ui 111a I't.i u iiu thought a policy of clemency ought now to he adoted cut oILfor usinit fr day of new France, and if of ranoo, then tho world. It was thus that the grenfrcnoh Revotho day follution burst into Hnme. lowing thobtormingof theHe a " pamphlet by Camille entlfl "La France Libre"-t- h!t i, "Free Frcc" was pub lished. It was like n torccnrrled through tho stubble fields. No sfh brilliant and been known audacious attacks hud before in Eimipe. Thui'tbor laid tho ax at this root of tins tree. rfJ' bis argument ho undermined the alfted rights of the king, of the nohility,Jf the clergy. He struck the foiiuihttioitniies from under thp whole existing ler. By the same token he pleaded f the rights of the people, and it could it be noted that tho "people," as dclltietW the pen of Uumllle, meant sansculotte tbe men of tho Faubourgs, as well as .en of brcsjehos and respectability. From this timmOrtn, as the Kevolutton increased In fiii'jthe voice of Cainillo was constantly hem like it bugle note iu battle. Soon aft the destruction of the Bust ilu ho lcii the publication 'of his weekly paper t'ed Uevolutionsde France. editor Hashed like tiro The genius through the oke and tumult of 7tv . In no oiliorJ",l'cation of the-- e stormy and tendeuciun of times may ie cotu-sdemocratic pinion be better traced than in The itovfii'ions. At this period of his career I)i:sulins, in the tlrst Hush of fame, did uot display those tiiumph amiable n'l humane qualities of mind for which h'as noted during the last two years of .Is life. He was savage, aud his llckkuC w'as almost ascoiispicuous its his genius. His changeable temper, however, may vU le accounted for by the wild tides public opinion on which lie tloated like aiautllits. Afir the epteuiber massacre Camille was elected to the national convention, whit lie associated himself with D.inton. to shorn ha lemnined faithful ever nfter- riid,aud he to him. The taciturn Dnntou wi never sutislii'd with drinking from the Miitains of Camilla's genius and vivacitv. 1ien the former was chosen minister of istjee, Camille was made his secretary twonewspaperW. J HOW ak !'l THEY HAVE WON THEIR"11111 IN DIFFICULT FIELDS. "xrs- - Tlin lVcntUr Conditions MIm ISelln I!. fr rather ui it Under Wlilcli Matteion Succeeded Her Publisher 3II lUlm I Duttcli's Vigorous IV11. Woman's progress in Journalism haj leen rem irkably rapid of late. She no longer confines herself to tho realms of fashion or society gossip, for which uatu- -- 1 1S Sv5is ttetoliSi-- x 1 1 il y'-- ( MISS IIELI.C K. .MATTESON. s pieru M a 'w&K&3? - -- ?' i ft?,' s & wi HffiSKft vM-t- I Sif 'RJ3 al m w?mHr :?M .svP.V U-u- j W)l . rj5& CAMILLE cjiu-- e DHSMOl I.IXS. as accurate aud enterprising as her male She is a sociologist by incompetitors. stinct and a philosopher by choice, and her treatment of live topics of human interest is not? only Instructive hut entertaining." She proipors alike iu the metropolis and the country town. She Is as much at home iu the ofiice of a gicat daily as iu the sanctum of a rural weekly. She is to lie found in every taction, and wields the pea as earnestly nnd intelligently in tlio new settlements of the northwest ns she does ia the centers of population and culture. In the new state of North Dakota thera are n.no woman journalists, all bright, Probably active and untiring workers. the most conspicuous figure among them is .Miss Belie E. Mattv.011, editor and publisher of the Fargo Sun, a weekly Democratic newspaper. Miss Mattesou entered the profession under circumstances which speak well for her pluck and perseverance. Her father, W. II. II. Matteson. fs an old newspaper man, who founded The Sun to help on tho Democratic cause in North Dakota. He lost heart after the elections in November last aud suddeuly disappeared, leaving his business affairs iu a very unsatisfactory state, fu this crisis Miss Matte-son'- s cour ige and ability were equally She it once took charge of tho paper, put her name at tlio head and began a vigorous canvass- for advertisements and job printing. The results of her energy were soon apparent. Tlio Sun appeared on the regular publication days; its news and editorial columns were fresh and bright, and advertisements increased with encouraging speed. In a very short timo tho pi-tn was put on a paying basis. Miss recently purchased a "new dress" for Tho Sun, and her father, who soou tieanl of his daughter's prosperity, returned from his exilo to help in tho work. Tills plucky young woman is n native of Eau Claire, Wis., where she was born April 15, 1S70. Tho family removed to Fargo in 1SS.2. She became a teacher iu the public schools of Cass county when she was eighteen years old, nnd occasionally assisted her father Iu the office. For a short time she sorted as clerk in the constltu- er rnl predilections especially fitted her, hut has broadened the scope of her work nnd enters into active coiiiKtltion lu spheres hitherto monopolized by tho sterner sox. As an interviewer she has shown herself bright and keen witted; as a traveling cor respondent she is always observant and interesting, and as a general reporter she la Mat-teso- 1 1 cit Ho.v estremely ridiculous, in the light of those facts, becomes the cry of "protection for American labor!" How foolish too fenr of tlio "pauper labor" of Europol Ohio Vtlllll Is lltMlll. pro-KMio- la-e- n Tho fine work of the Ohio political wool growers in having the wool duties increased has not had the effect which they desired. They thought that higher duties on foreign wool would mean higher prices for their own product, but such hits not Wen tho result. Tho- Boston Commercial Bulletin, a lugu turitt paper, lias an editorial on "Tlio Passing of Ohio Wool," in which it shows that tho prices of Ohio and Michigan fine lleece wools are lower by more than one cent a pound than they were one year ago. Ohio XX has dropjeil from a;i to 32 cents, Ohio X from D'J to 151 cents, and Michigan X from JSO to 2SJ cents. During the first three mouths of this year the quantity of theo wool sold in the Boston market, by far tho largest wool market in the country, was loss by nearly l'J percent, than in the same time last year. On tho other baud, Australian wool has been handled this year iu Boston iu enormously greater quantities than last year, as tho following table will show: - ISU1. 1KH. Wt.TU) leKkyi) Stock on hand Jan. 1.... 2.SU7.i"0 Total Imports to April I. j.rvvm Total supply for three. 4,7.V).ft.VJ 10,3N,Us months L.S3o.0Oj G.SS7.UW Salwto April 1 This Australian wool, tho manufacturers say, is of a more even grade than tho Ohio wool, and does not contain so much foreign matter aud wool unsuitable for use iu tho lines of goods on wool is miAed in manufacturing that of Texas, and the territories, which the mills run. Tho Australian aud with it was the best) of ids newspapers. This was Li Vieux Cordelier, or Tlio Old Cordelier. It was in this journal that the better qualities of the Uantonlst policy were set forth. That party in the convention now ventured to suggest and advocate a limit to the levolutionnry execs sas by the substitution of clemency for terror. It was on this rock that the ship in which Danton and I!bepIorre and Camille had thus far siiilod split and wnt to pieces. Danton and Camille held together, but the black gulf.soon swallowed them from sight. Hobesplerre first Bent the Heb'rtists, or t lie faction of the "Enraged," to the scaffold, anil was then able to turn his attention to the Dautouists. Th latter had dared to us- - the deadly word "clemency." At first Hobespierre contented himself it v numbers of "The Old with having Caniie w.is now twenty eight years of Cordelier" burnt by decree of tho convenago. If is t he summer of 17?H. The strtig tion. But in the next number the gle ouat Versailles has finally culminated Camille leplied with tho aphowith tie dismissal of Nevkur f roin t he mill-Isti- rism, 'Itiirniug Is notiiiiswoitiig." That 1','th of .Inly, and the news taunt ll.ed his fate. It istlie e of t!s startling etent cieeps into Paris. On tho Hist of March, 17f!l. Danton, Thotoples minisier is discharged a and their immedhtp followiug were thii: Mt'iiiuily inciedihle. NeeUer is seieil and tin list into prison. They were riii.y gone gone secretly for a wlioh day, haled In fore the retoluilonitry tiibuual. enonto to his own place in Switerlaiiil. They demanded that their accusers he Irtead of that friend of the people we brought f iuv to which n "us. I, the hve Broglie for minister of war. We Issue huiitr lor t.vo 'Ik.'s In rlie hn'ive. Iitc the basi) aristocrat Breteiul for an- But Bi'lKspleironnd t. Just had a decive other minister, and F011I011 for another fornuilateil lij wmch if w.is decla.-- i l lli.it Foiilou, who said not long ago that the the hearing of evidence might be dispensed starving French people t ilyht cat 01ms.' with whenever the conn ws satisiiwl! Under such news all Paris rose into fer- Agsinst this Danton roared for a moment; mentation, ny, the very lioiliiig of excite- litit Ids own veh 'inenro and the sarcasms ment. At tins time then is it place called of Camille were alike in vain. "How old the Garden of tho Palais Hojal, w here the aro jou" said the court to Camille as its people, e en tho under man, may come llrt question. 'Thirty-thre- e .U'lirs," he and hear patriot speeches. Thither, on answered; "the saino ngo of tho good July, somewhat iu the even- Sansculotte .Testis an age fatal to revoluthisl'-'t- h of ing, there is a general rush. Tho plncu Is tionists!" Not even the shadow of death full, but the police aro 011 the outskuts, could extinguish the tlaslof ids genius. watching lest some one, some during The Dautouists were condemned to die, should stand up and appeal to the nnd on tlio same day, April .", F.'.M, were Neeker. hurried to tho guillotine. It was a spectamultitude against the dismissal of Behohll a young mau with llahingeies cle to earth and heaven. Cainillo strugand hair wildly flying about his head and gled and raged with t hem who would put face, clutching a formidable pistol in each him in tlio death care His shirt was? torn Land, rushes through the cmwd anil to shreds. Then his nerves gave away, and mounts a table. Will tho police jry to he sobled like a child at the recollect lou take him to haul him down? He swears of the lieaiitiful wife who, in a few days, they shall uot take him alive from that was to follow 1dm to the scaffold. His spot. courage broke under the strain, and the "Here, O ye friends of freedom!".' ho criw good cheer of the giant who sat him us stand and die. We are even could hnrdly revive him from the paralysis out, "let sheep of fear. In tho last moment, however, he as hunted creatures. We are as crowded into shambles. The police hate mounted the scaffold with some measure for us their butcher knives, but we shull of courage, and died with defiance on his now stand against them. Letevery French lips. With the fall of thu bloody blade the man rise to Ids duty aud die for Ids coun- flashings of light iu the finest brain ot that fly lA--t us throw oil opptosslon and try. audacious revolutionary democracy were Into the anus of deliverance. There is only suddenly eclipsed, and Cainillo hud gone one cry, one shout for us todi'.y, and that is. to Join King Imis and the daughter of To arm! to units! O ye patriots'" Maria Theresa iu the land or shadows That speaker was Camille Desinoiillns. Jons- - Claiik Uidi'.vth. The match win. struck. Tho train wits lighted Tomorrow shall see all Paris iu To I'liolotruph Hie Ifeutriis. glorious insurrection. Tomorrow shall see Viewed from a scientific standpoint, one 50,01)0 spikts hammered into service in s of the most Importaut projects of the centsiugle day. Tomorrow shall see the next July. A musketsand the seizing of can- ury will be consummated of the heavens i.s non. Tomorrow will be tho Utth of July, great photographic chart by a combination of Internaand the following morning will be the 14th to be made arthe day of the be- tional observers. All and necessary two that memorable day; that except in rangements are settled, ginning of all things, that day when naked and Brazil the work patriotism, fired iu this manner, shall countriesChill carried out admirably. promises to be storm the llastile and UU'rate its captives, Chill has a civil war 011 hand, and Brail's that day which iliall be forever the birth- - observatory U not yet completed. s o Ca-inlllf.i-.- ', t, o wa Ps"- ".s J WmMI$ wXvravs if. ''UA' j Mr. Yfi-y- ggggV 'SW. r3iS?y n'yy' 3OSW'T v yzjm&.mr xw Tgycmi' V X . S-- VfcVA'V,. Wll." v. I . 7 2 " ' MISS r.LLKS OOItTCII. tionnl convention, where she acriuirctlsnme knowlwlge of public men nnd nlfiilrs. Miss Mattesou'a newspaper is a model of enter-pris-o and skill, the business department lieiug kept iu view as tho foundation of sueoes. She lm e,trn'l a snlndid reputation as a Journal. st of abii.tt and resources, and e:ij.iy the syniat' y ar.l of every editor iu the nortlite-t- . Another woman who has come t the front in the field of jmnnlisin is .Miss Ellen Dortch. the bright jonng tslitor of the Carnesville (li.i.j Tribune. MIm Dm tcli is 11 vigorous writei and doesn't object to an occasional tilt with the publisher of some "esteemed contemporary." "Whenever she las her bterary lance in rest it has n sharpened point. At times it is directed against a personal antagonist, but inoi-often it pleices tho armor of a public evil, overthrowing a wrong and establishing the championship of justice. The New Karl Grunt llle. eldest Granville (Jeorgo Leveson-Gowesou of the late Karl Granville, is u minor, and cannot take his seat 111 the house of lords until he attains his majority, which. ; S3fc will Do Aug. c, 1H. He Is now fiIsS St a student at r.ton, L and, up to his far, ther's death, bore the honorary title of Iionl Jeveson. v He is the eldest son by the late earl's secoud marriage. Ids mother belug a daughter pf the famous Campbell of Islay, who rati through n lnrco fortune in oiianville. a few years. Earl Granvillo's property is largely lu cotl mines, which have greatly depreciated in value. He has no family seat. Tim dowager countess, who Ls still handsome, is at present living at Welmer castle, in Kent, which her "late husband occupied by reason of his position as warden of the Cinque Ports. Tho family will have to move out when the new warden U ap- Ml '"' pointed. -- AL r AR03P I jf Frtday A.NCK AT -- A WWflVEEKLYlNTERIORjOURNAL If .lahbd Every Tuosday and 5f W.Yl YBAR,iy A.X)-"- WTWhen not o paid $2.50 wl t ehargedTni iXaaoEKlSi rco ok. 2t-- al fvBvil Lw5l J j&SSif Ky4 j is jc Pjk mJb X'iMnJ a : J m ur TftttvJ K.C. . LOCAL TIME CARD. 7:00 a, Train leaves Rowland at at j:p. m., returning m. LOCAL TIME CARD. - THEY met- nan t t)T THERE.T " L&H. iieiuy Didn't Tlmn to Spire, V I I UO Was abOUt tenWt in n.lvniiiw with his coat tail altntA 0n a lovel with his head, and nnythingW an angelical exprobsion on his persp-iiSftnd lobster red face. Uis breath was Wing in quick gasps and his teeth wci grinding to- B. MARTIN, geiner. Sho was gaining a littlo n him, e Of Glasgow, is a candidate for Clerk ol the Ceurt f Appeals, subject to the action nfthe democracy. looking littlo womanihough she was, and notwithstanding fp fact that sho had to stop about every venty feet C. to pick up 601110 of tho inntr bundles which she had in her arms. W skirts Is a Candidate for Auditor of the State ot sunicct to the will of the Democratic party. swished and swashed as she top along, her bangs grew flat and straigV 0n Iter moist brow, her ribbons How 011 Untight DR. W. B. odium aim uer muo ooot ueeis & ttered briskly on the sidewalk Mail train going North " " " South Express train " South ' " North Local Freight North .. 131pm 13 2 4? 6 59 30 ptu am South. jup m The Utter trains alto carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar time is about to minutes faster am am They wero going wn Jellerson ive- nuo us hard as the, AC uld gallop, if n man aim a woman c bo said to havo galloped at all. otv It. JAS. deli-cat- RICHARD WARREN Ken-uck- y, arti6t, who induced Oscar Wildo to visit tho United States in tho interests of rcstheticism. Wildo was 0110 of Whistler's most doting satellites, and Whistler recognized in the ambitious and audacious young mnn just such a missionary jus would do goad work for tho now Bchool iii this wild and woolly republic of ours. It is said that Whistler planned every detail of the famous tour, oven to the nmusing item of that long hair with which Oscar won half tho battle-amonYiMe worshiped Whistler, hanging us. upon his utterances as though ho wero a veritable god. Whistler understood his pupil thoroughly, reading his thoughts as though his mind wero an open book. Nono know better than ho Oscar's faculty for absorbing tho useful. Oscar's powers of assimilation wero always amazing, and London folk used to .say that Oscar's bon mots wero Whistler' commonplaces warmed over On one occasion Whistler told a very funny story, and after tho applauso had ceased Wildo drawled out, somewhat jeovishly, "Egad, Whistler, I wish I'd said Hat," Thereupon Whistler retorted, amiably and soothingly, "Ah, nover mind, Oscar, but have jwtience, for you will say it; indeed you will." Chicago News. The Culm lteforti tile Storm. Him Than. As tho Btory goes, it was Whistler, the CJIve CHATS ABOUT MEN. entertaining lecturer Eocretary Rusk is abovo medium height, with long hair and longer beard. Professor 0. C Marsh, of Yale, is rich, popular with tho students ami a most PENNY, Dentist. on Have recently Ny. Office South side Mam street, in office vacated ty ur. u. r. ttunuian, stantoru, right in your surmise that theyyeru ruuning to catch t lie tram were husband and wife, and y already guessed thm tliwv nre DR. I.. B. COOK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, STANFORD.ZKY. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store Residence, James I). Owens' property at the junction ot Hus-(onvi- lle and Djnwlle pikes. ioo-6- m R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. DENTIST. umuo 0111 lie uibseti out, wit hut looking back. M told yon that" "I in coming fast a I eau!" "I kep' a telling you that it was ma; train time, but you" "You never no such thing!" sli panted. IV.inur I thought of calling it "Dark "1 didl I told you that wo'd loso theW u iiiht A pi roacheth." train if yon" Very Our Friend should call it "You said that wait wait" V ,'asto of Time." Judy 1 tews 0n 1 1 Nitrous Oxide Uas gien for painless extracting. STANTORD, KENTUCKY. upstairs. Office on Main street, opposite Portman House, For Sale i) ! U Twenty Building Lots In the corporate limits of Rowland. S6 H. J. DARST, Rowland. THE SHELTON HOUSE J. H. OREER, Proprietor, Rowland, - - Kentucky. 91-0- "There. I've got itt I dropped .1 bundle, but" "Como on, or we'll bo" "I'm coming." "I'll bet you this will bo tho last time I'll go shopping with" "Nobody asked you to go this time!" "It takes you women an hour and a half to hurry, hurry! told you and kep te.Iing vou "You didn't !" "1 did! showed you my watch and we'vo only half a iiiiuutu left; come 011!' She came clipping along until he grabbed her by the arm, and then they flow across the street, toro into tho depot, and he said. "Has the B train left yet?" "No'p; don't go for half an hour vet." "What! Why it goes at 4:10. doesn't 1 1 1 "Isha'n'tr m i h i s accommodations at reasonable rates. Open day and night. Sample room and good Its ery in connection. First-clas- it?" WEI.I. M-t- HOHXjKTG I ant well prepared to bore wells and will do the work in a good manner and promptly At One Dollar a Foot. Call on or address me at Stanford, Kentucky. t L.T.SMITH. CASH Paid For Hides and Far, .AT., "No'p; changed timoto4:40 today." "There!" she said. "Dang it," was his elegant rejoinder. "I I" "Smarty!" scornfully, "1 don't care. I" "Why didn't yon find out when tho train left?' I" "Iiecauso "1 wish to goodness I'd got those tow- eis you dragged me away from to race and chase and gallop off down hero to hang around waiting for our train. It's too provoking!" Detroit Free Pres3. 1 "Oh. ho! you won't, won't you? Where (so aro you going? There is no other LcVI in this here town, no other stable ail no other store. You can't buck agil me. You bo b.ick, now, by 8:30 p. in. looked at the old brute, and conchivd had better stay. I sat down, and ocamo around and affably questioned e. "Look here," I said, "1 have to stay in your hotel, but I don't want to bo bihered with you. So keep your questioiA to yourself." "I'vo half a mind to tel you to leave. Can't I speak to a manln my own house?" St Louis Globe-Democr-at BEHIND THE SCENES. Lot on Main Street in Stanford at tin time, and if you aro not back you a rrt. Cnntamini; t woint'et in. that's all." "Uivo mo my Wilton Ltokaye, tho nctor of villains, key," said, "I won't stop in such a and Paul Arthur, tho comedian, are said prmt eav R W iLIOS', Sunlord. T ' -i Wiiy. Waiitril Ills ho most autocratic hotel keener in tliWorld is in Orland, Colusa county. I WiATirenarim' to tro out one niuht. when ho .id to mo. "Bo back leforo 9 o'clock." "VU 1 asked. "Because I go to bed Rowland .lories, an American, and recently consul at Cardiff, is to become naturalized as a British subject in order to stand for parliament in a Welsh district. Alexander II. Rico, of Massachusetts, one of the largest manufacturers of paier in this country, is of average sizo. mid hai gray hair and side whiskers Jellerson M Levy, tho owner of Thomas .Jefferson's old home, Monticello r in Virginia, Is a largo real estate He is of slight build, with a prominent nosoAnd black hair John Russell, who lives near La Gro She I'll iievttr marry a mail whoso claims to be the oldest native son of Indiana. Ho was born there in 1811, and fortune hasn't nt least live ciphers in it. HoU'xultingly Oh, darling, mine's since 1S:M has owned and lived upon a all ciphers. Washington Star. farm which ho entered in that year The new United States treasurer. Mr NeKker. writes with a stub pen, and hia sigunturo is a close, linn ono. Ho and his wife nre coplo of quiet tastes, and they do not intend to figure conspicuous ly in society iu Washington. The late Princo .leromo Napoleon, for various reasonn, always refused to bo presented to Cnspi, of Italy By a strange dfcreo of fato Crispi was pne of the two witnesses to the ofilci.il announco rfk't f tho prince's deatli. Dr R. J Gatling, tho inventor of tha famous gun that bears Ills name, says that he also invented the first wheat drill this country That was iu 18 111. and the invention led tho way for the Mimfdiug wonderful advance in agricultural implements Stepniak, the nihilist, is described by those who havo met him as simple and almost childlike in character At ordinary tunes ho is tho essence of good huA team of tartar IL,;bri of pi mor, and he accepts adverse criticism of alt In leatenine streull. i I t, ' S (irn-men- ! Food Kih.i his lectures without n trace of vexation. In spitoot thesomewhat ferocious asject of his pictures ho has a genial smile and a hearty laugh. ojior-ato- Personally Condncted. Tho Chesapeake k Ohio Rail way, thro' its personallv conducted tourist system, I lime finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerpresents four tours for the season of 1891, set pike, 7 mile Imm Stanford nd nin prepared tofumlshaii) kind of I.UM1IKK. SUtMJLKS. by special veHtihule train with (lining Ac ,at LOWKS1' PRICKS. will tell the rut the mill or ilrliter, t" tint tiurchanert. (ii.e and observation cars attached, embrac MAYUOOI), KY ing White Sulphur SptingH, Natural me a trial. Patthe, thettnut thixle at I will ilelncr awrd nr Rowland ut ! i er.M Bridge, I.uray Caverns, Itielitnon ard A II IIASriN y Old Point Comfort on the iea, Each party limited to 1(H) persons. Tickets cover all necessary t'Xiienses. Daylight runs through the innunllU'eut scenery of I denfv to tell my fjrin ol about ) ret. tit f sundrd 0" ts rt the Virginias. Nights spent' nt famous uted uhofil i'4 mlet Rush llr.irnl. pi.c,niioMte 1! cM ituii' h lhe'8 , the balatu tul in win it mountain resorts, livery detail looked lire atinut o ,i of the f.ri wll el in tiinht (,uod dwlllrx after by W. II, lireegnr, General Travel- of four room and kiiilv-1- and a tplendld sew Pottenion can ing Agent, who will conduct these tourH Iv.irn; it uell watered and fen rd iilart, te he eivenimmedutrly. l'r partu J. P for tho company. The luxury of sight- Uiiley. btanford, vt write the iinderticnfd at K WITHERS seeing without one disturl ing element. Cincinnati. O'.io For rates, dnte., etc , address II. W. FulEC. ler, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dtalvr in I oteigH A I) nietlic Slat-ford 1 4j-i- B as "tin's Erw Mill. luw-b- t Farm For Salo. 11 t. r rf FIiEIIITEBi, WINICS AND I.IQLTORS, tlifrt, bet Hoyil and I.()l'IS III K. KY Mcam buttled Mr kooU to keep ilx n.ontht I'trr, warruiited will lie round at the l'"itmn llimte talinm and lser. (l rretloii, Ka.l Jcfferum nt I ci rill Pros' , Kowlnnd ir.-t- Semi t Atkrrman't and Milwaukee bottled RYAL :;:k: ion Cures , I Id sorts tkm diteate., tit. brunrJ fistula, 'niii'.nt .ilc rstilxt lialtrr Wliereter It ho urni t pms nand bruie , ndetful , en nte. t ha, given tatinfarlioll and its pro, trt 1) j ir lenniinc t"ienet Is retnarka ir.iiiiiuiiialt will le s urtd and llr Nii'ii-iMade will Hp" tt 111 iii. i e at a later date ' oi bate I salve. anil t ,. f It Itlt.i.IVS Stanford, K) I THE K. UILKV !' in r HOUSE, 111 London, I pm-.Mi.- RILEY, Proprietor, - - - KontucScy 1 h i m POWDER t.(Kil tirril . I.tt t ., "f n,c a " 't f' t l nv i, "l a'd Hotel and aw better the public. every convenience dv 4 PRANK RII.EY. Absolutely Puro FOR SAU5! . hotel. M. r R ELKIN Stanford, & CO.'S, Ky. Ill Uftitnl Practice. "And now, dearest," said tho young man, as he slipped a ring on her slender finger, "ple.-nname the day. That is the only thing needed to make mo the happiest man alive except," he added absent mindedly, "that shall require tho usual deposit of .J,'.) to insure me against mistakes or embezzlement." He was the manager oi a publishing and collection agency. Chicago Tribune. e W Milton "Whero aro tkiso parodies I handed yon tho other dayr ho inquired of the editor. "1 hero." responuM tho editor, point ing to tlio waste bact "Ah," ho smiled, '1 didn't know that I was tho auhor of 'Parodies Lost,'" and the editW thereupon em braced him to his throwing bosom with a wild hysteric lau gV W ashington A bo-fo- Star - 1 MYERS HOUSE, P. W. QREEN, Proprietor. I have recently taken charge 01 this Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high standard. Special attention given to the traveling iiublic. I n Sume Thing. Edith You can't imagine how Mr. Bulfiuch complimented your singing. Ethtl Did he. though? Edith Yes; he said 'twas simply heavenly. Ethel Really? Edith Well, just the same thing. He said 'twas simply unearthly. Boston Courier. First-Clas- s Sample Room In connection, Also Pool and Billiard Parlors. ft I FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. a-- Capital Stock Surplus S200,000 16,500 . 12 i Attention of the public is invited to the fact that this is tho only National Hank in Stanford. Under the provisions of the National Hank Act, depositors are secured not only by the capital stack, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount eimal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. Five sworn statements ofthecondition of the bank are wade each ve.ir to the L'uited States tzovern- inent and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents thus securing addititonal and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally otabliithed as the Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then ued as the National Hank ol Stanford 111 ioj and as the First National Hank of again Stanford in tS3a, has had practically an uninterrupted existence of 11 years. It is betttr supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in us long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and individuals respectfully solic-te- d. Too .Mil til for tliu .Monry. At the .Matrimonial Agent's Young Gent Do you hapien to know of a young A Keen Sense of Humor. lady to suit me: one who is beautiful, Smallbore (after a threo hours' call) young, rich and well educated? 1 I Agent Escuso me. dear sir, but out Suppoao should tell you was going tc China? of those qualities I generally contrive Miss Ethel I should say it was a good to inako four matches. Humoristiacho joke. Blatter. Smallbore (gratified) But should I A Oliver Want. really go? Miss Ethel That would bo better The following advertisement recently appeared in a German uowspaper: still. New York Recorder. "Wauted by a lady of quality, for How to Delect a Waiter. remuneration, a few well behaved Thesjtfest plan to pursue at a swell reand respectably dressed children to amuse a cat in delicate health two or ception where tho waiters and tho male three hours a day." Now York Tribune, guests aro clad in swallow tails is to jam your handa into your pantaloons pockets and jinglo a few coins when you meet a AVIiero Marriiigo Win is I'lillure. Briggs Poor Robinson. After his wife Btranger. If his eyes begin to bulgo and his hand commences to travel toward died ho married her dressmaker. you he's a waiter. This is a straight tip. Grigg How aro they getting on? Pittsburg Dispatch. Briggs I understand that he still owes her tho money. Clothier and Furnisher. A Crateful Alan. "1 am from a collecting agency," said A Short Cut. the stranger, "and havo been authorized by somo creditors of yours to collect their money." "Thank yon," was tho answer. 'I appreciate their kindness. Will you let mo know tho result of your endeavors?" New York Sun. ado-quat- Mr. De P. Yes, 6ho did. Aasked her elephant. to marry mo and 6ho saidV'Nay." Tho management of "Work and Washington btar. Wages." a labor play advocating tho eight hour day, showed its astuteness by Koilgli on tlni .Monkey, I One of the professors of the Umversity producing tho play for tho first timo in New York, in tho very midst of tho of Texas was engaged in explaiirW tho eight hour agitation. Darwinian theory to his class, ju he Home, Sweet Home," tho rustic observed that they wero not paying drama which has succeeded Deiiman propor attention. "Gentlemen," said tho profetsor, Thompson's "The Old Ilomostead" at am endeavoring to explam to tho New York Academy of Music, is; "when you tho peculiarities of tho monkv I only a moderate success. Its scenes are more artistically drawn than nre ita wish you would look right at my.T characters. Texas Siftings. I 1 old home. our old friends toe me and tee lit in "Wang," We promise you that our rxni, tade and utrvlie matter? deals with the somewhat fantastic court shall be second to none in t' r lai, I My wife, Mrs, embered wants Mr. De P. don't Iiko am young lady of a mythical Indian potentate. Somo Jo II, Alexander and she Iwil,' !e ren ,d to see to all them nl ur lady friends who talks norso. them a heatty rr cpticn I are i per day grow out of tho of the funniest situations IO H Al KNAMir II Manager ini Mr. P. All! And did shelo that? purchase by this sovereign of a white Ilorsu Till Mr. Do PsylIeigh-- No Miss Golderey o? Mr. Pendragon I. I don't like the to have gone to Eurojio together Tho late Barry Sullivan is said to have SALE OR been a very hard man for actors and actressfs to get along with on tho stage. Chicago is to havo a now and very The Very Desirable Residence fine German theater It will bo located on Randolph street, will bo fourteen And relt on Danville street The House it in itoihI repair and ionium J rex. I'Ke atd it stories high and will cost $.'00,000 Urifc and bcautilul anJ altr(her In many of tho New York dime muse1b ono of tho Moat ums ghastly and moro or less accurate Tho Plnco in Town. of tho recent "Jack tho reproseut-itioWill tell ur rent on eatr terms Ripper" murdor aro among the chief atMISS MARY K VARNON, tractions. Stanlurd. Ky. tl The number of American actors, and singers who aro gaining iu Europe n measure of success denied ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, them iu their untivo land is constantly increasing Seveutli and Market Strteu, Mrs. Agnes Booth will sever her connection with Manager A. M Palmer - Kontucky, and his .Madison Square theater pres- Louisvlllo, ently, and go to Europo Next fall sho WILL OPIJN MONDAY, MAR t. will probably appear in America us a 6tar John Drew has signified his intention Matins told out our entire interest in the httl, have hso.1 to our old of leaving .Mr August in Daly's com- on Jefferson ttrert, we fur (KCiiplcd stand tliat tears to successfully pany to bo starred" by Charles Froh-ma- on Seventh we Market arc naw tiltmir it and as soon as his Daly contract ex- up in elegant khapr. row thioie,hout and the outin ever) way be pires, which is tit tho end of tho next fit will Safety Passenger elegant, in liwiHC one 01 and ISajrzaee Kievatort Hale's FOR RENT. E. II. FARMER, i T0iS0KIAL ARTIST, STAMOItn, KKNTICKV, rlatt lUrtxr Shop on Main street, op poiite Purtmn ilnw.e ami Invitcia share of your Prompt attention to.KiitlJr tails and lultonjgc special attention to It dies and hildrer Work done in the latot stjle with nrntnets and a firtt Do-llghtf- ul lias -- Si 6m 4 nct-re.s.s- Farmers Bank&Trnst Co. OK STANFORD, KY , Imowfullr .rjSBiird and ready far business with Paid up Capital of Surplus, - - $200,000. 15,000. SUCCESSOR to Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STAN FOR I), (Now cImibc up) with the tame attels and under the tame management. II) provi.iont of itt chatter, depotitnit ire as fully proletted a aie depositors in National Hanks, its shareholders heme held individually liable to the rttrnt f the ..mail nt of their stock therein at the pai ta ue theieol, its addition to tht amount mvetttd ,n sin .1 shares It may ml at cieuilm admii.ic'rtur, trustee, Ac, at fiilty as an inuitHlual 1o those who entrusted their liiilsmest to ut while innajiHK the l.inoln National Hank ot Stanford, we here tender our mails ttiankt and tru't they will iinlixue Ki trausatt their butineat with us, iilferinc as a Bisnraiitee 1.4- piompt atteti tjmr, Mir twenty ears" ripcnitwc lin ti nnd at liberal acdtiiRiodaUotii at are con-Infanlkin; intent with sound banking. IKS(TUM: J J Wi'.liaats, Mt Vernon; J. M Hail, SlaMlued. Oits')-- , Manfortt; J S J ,"- n li-t- t. - What's season De Wolf Hopper's now opera, with all thelatc iitiprcwinentt We vunt all ol ! I ' . TAR DID Tlin GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY FOR 1jIh), htjiifertl;! l.)nn, Slave - J U A lord; J. SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, W. Carpenter. .MUledretille J. K. lUttKHman, HuslsaviUe, J P. Cash, Sumfurd; WillUas Stanford, Ky SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. ajnilo (leh, J. A cr S. II Shanks, B.W M Prident. II. Owsley.. C PRICE CO CENTS. Send thtvo box nnd IkkiIc. two-ce- RAILROAD , JOTTINGS. I Mumps for freo Plight, Teller J II llsuuli man, General llnnk Kte.'e' It is said that tho Georgia, Carolina nnd Northern railway will certainly bo ' I o i The Directory of this Dank Is composed ot J. Foster, of Stanford; county ; Forestus Reid, Lincoln . J. W. llayuen, Manlord ; H. Ilaucliman, Lincoln; M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon: . b. 1 . Harris Lincoln; J. S. Hocker Stanfprd; (.. A. Lackey. Lincoln: T P Hill, StanfordW, C. Welch,.Stanford. W. 1 Tate, Stanford. - Wanted to Prove It. Littlo Brother Mr. Poseyboy, won't you go and stand before tho window? Poseyboy Certainly, my little man; but why? Littlo Brother Oh, ma says she can see through you. 1 want to seo if I can. Tit-Bit- s. OFFICERS: J, S ss-i- yr Mocker, President; Johu J. McRoberts, Cashier; A. A. Mo Kinney Assistant Cashier . t . Tourist Can yon tell me tho best way Happy at Last. to get into that cemetery over there on "I am so happy I" said tho young housetho hill? keeper. "We haven't a roach in tha flat Native Well, boss, deys neverial now." road9 gwino dat er' way, but 'bout de "How did you get rid of thera?" surest way ter get dar, 1 recken, ia tor "We didn't do a thidg. The ints die. Harper's Weekly, drove them out. "Harper's Bazar, completed to Atlanta, Ga., iu December. MAGIC At Elizabeth City. N. C, tho Norfolk ABSOLUTELY PURE, was sold for .r.)00,000 Southern railroad to John G Moore and General Vaunest, FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, of New York. AND NURSERY PURPOSES. ISM ' CHOLERA CURE! Tho bill iu the Massachusetts legislat- TAR-0ICO., Chicngo, ure to declare owners nhd managers of sletping cars common carriers ha3 been For talc by A R. Penny and M. L Ilwurne, rejected in tho houso. Stanford Tho Pressor-War- e Construction company has the contract for grading on the Kansiis City, Wntkinsnnd Gulf railroad, ar ' .T'V .PatttttHstk. .aLaRNwaSMh and it ia subletting tho tamo. m! fFaV Tho coutract for tho extension of tlw Forth Worth and Rio Grando railroad from Comanche to Brownwood has been COMPANY v awarded to Uurloy. Tieruoy & Lynche, or Fort Worth. President Stickney, of tho Chicago. Milwaukee and St Paul, has written a book under the title of "Tho Railway Problem." Ho advocates state ownership of all railways. Thousands of dollars worth of chick-otiHMr Tho Union Bridgo company of Athens, jirv dctitroycd by Cholont ovory Pa., is retried as securing a contract at IW year. It Is moro fatal to them than $320,000 for building tho railroad bridga of tho Little Rock Bridgo and Terminal all other diseases combined. Hut the Railway company across tho Arkansas of a liquid remedy that ;wf river tilth deMmys tho MierohcH has been IF YOU WANT 'Die bondholders of tho San Antonio chickens made. Half of tho and Arkansas Pass Railway company aro killed by Microbes before they nio are sanguine of perfecting tho reorganifryers. A bottle is enough for AND A HAPPY COOK, USE zation of the company, but nothing defi100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, nite can bo said at present regarding the after using two thinls of a bottle, you Brownwood exteusion. are not fuitisficd with it ns a euro for Mr. J. B. Elwood has been appointed Cholera, return it to tho druggist from superintendent of tho sleeping car deMADE BY whom you purchithed it, and lit, will partment of the Chicago, Milwaukee and LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS refund your money. St Paul company in place of W. O. Chase, who returns to tho Wftgner Palace COMPANY, FonalebyW 1). McRoberts, dni(s;itt, StCar company as auptrnuteiulent of tha lorJ LEXI NGTON KY. Chicago tuvuioa. TARDSOAP D ANTER' G s H ml SS!? 5v A CREAM $&.& MMW b. IB(BefKl or, lexington!k?j ta GOOD BREAD oO-ce- nt CREAM FLOUR - A- - ..'&( iJxMl.: 'JftaAi ..-i-.ri'- - - iMyfcAa swiJMt-taAv.rAk'- : paX iu