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'eoiintySuiiilny to see his father. Thos. Saunders, formeily clerk for Tlietnnlmrk neupon hnscommeiiceil. Uwrey Hnker, Luther Iuihani ami R. T. Pierce, returned from Illinois, Kev. It. II. Caldwell preiuliecl here Sunday afternoon and Smiilny nitjlit to ""other young mnii, whose name wo where he has been for some time, on last Koo.1 conKreKiitimiB. to-da- y up Sdturdav evening. t0 t''0 "' went with "ied eye. Wftfc Mrs. Klizabeth Bryant, wife of Mr. jS!". 'T AND -P- rof. Smith's Hchool at the college .aBe ''"' orniiiK to the home --of a Green Bryant, aged 3s, died of consump-- , and will jrive an enter- will close Day. 2.50 vnR on tho Hoi- - lion on the night of the loth iust. She at Collet II.U1 Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous' Mm road, and proceeded to piny was buried in the Brush Creek cemetery . -- We rise to remark th.it this is not E Z4ZT LOUISVILLE, KY. Funeral services by the Kentuekians to hIiiK l,, w,l,, ca,t,r us the bull did in the on Sunday. the proper year for d,i,la 8,,0I)- They knocked the old man Rev. A. J. Collins. llrown'H Hwlv Lies Mouldering "John W. R. LOGAN, Manager. down, kicked him after he won down, It seldom happens that an editor 'Neath the Clay." A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. shows much sagacity or capacity for anyMr. Iku Huron bought of various par- tore hh clothes and otherwise maltreated his person and his premises. A war- thing outside of his line of business, hut ties in Wayne and Unwell counties 10 was sworn out for them and they II. S. Douglass, of the Liberty Press, has head of mountain cattle at prices vary- rant were brought to town and landed in the proven to be an exception to the rule. fffllfc. J from 2 J ing "jug" to await a trial before the police I u his luck in tishing helms good ground An afternoon Sunday school has been organized at the Walnut Flat church court, by which tribunal Lowry and to boast as an expert. On last Friday sour wood under the auspices of Mrs. A Hie Phillips Lanham were lined Jtt.&O and costs. It he set four lines on was a richly amiHing trial, and as there and hickory poles, in the "fish pool," and Miss Lucy Hy waters. was "a woman in the case," the court and the next morning he caught four' There were two burials here this room, as usual, was full of curiosity gooil tlsh three cat tlsh and an eel. week and one last an unprecedented seekers. HENRY E W00LF0LK. record, when it is considered that all The remains of Mason McGinuis, Three experienced fUherinen, John F. Salem died unnatural deaths. One of the most capable, and at the who was accidentally run over and kill- Sharp, Wm. Whipp and your ML correspondent, had the pool already oc- - same time the most modest and retiring The Norman's forces won the day. ed at Middlesborough Monday afternoon, Isny: Hy skill and manly might. copied in the choicest places with about members of the State press, is Mr. II. K. Dick Warren's friends can this much while coupling cars in the L. A; N. yurds, 70 hooks and a variety of fishing tackle,' "Woolfolk, editor of the Danville Advowere brought here yesterday and in"Dick made a gallant light." including reels, trot lines and patent cate. He stays at home so closely that , followed by old willow tree, near Mr. Mack terred in the old An hooks, when Mr. Douglass appeared a large number of his readers do not Holmes' residence, planted in the year the largest cortege of carnages that wo upon the scene. On account of all other know what manner of man he is, so we lsOO, fell to the ground a few; days have seen in n funeral procession hero crumbling touch of ' or years. A utile over a year ago, Mr. choice positions being filled, he had to have thought it n good idea to present ago, a victim to the set his lines so close they all became this cut, which, while not a fine likeness, titne McGinuis went to Eastern Kentucky tangled together, nnd ho drew out all his will give some idea of the excellent genof a tier Mrs. John Knpher, wife and began railroading in an humble caGap, died pacity. Shrewd, persevering and capa- llsh at once. The entire catch of the tleman who sends out such an excellent man living near Chappell's last Wednesday, leaving n family of four ble, he rose rapidly in the service, ami combination against him was one large paper. Mr. Woolfolk is a blonde, on small children to feel the irreparable just a few days before his death, was and one small one. the sunny side of JO, of medium statue The County Republican Convention and weight and is iu every respect a lom of a mother. promoted to the position of assistant met at tho court house at 2:.'!0 o'clock gentle and lovable man. llob Duke's new barber sign is yard master at Middlesborough. Here, Saturday afternoon. On account of the Hob am de where be has always lived, daisy, njn't it? Yes, and he was well dull, gloomy prospects of the farmers HUSTONVILLE. berry man beliked and esteemed as a young man, and a misunderstanding iu regard to the "To cut yo' ha'r and shave yo' chin. bound one day to make his mark in the We saw a party at Morelahd last hour of the day in which the assembly An sen' y'u fo'th with glossy skin." world. He was about '.'I years of age would convene, many did not attend, week assaulting clods with an ax and he Mr. John Neville, section foreman and unmarried. Ho leaves a mother, s succeeded iu pulverizing a 6trip here, says the report that he was in sym- sister and brother in this vicinity to and a number went home before the contrast with surroundings. pathy with the trackmen who struck re- mourn his untimely taking oil. ami tlx-y- , hour. The assembly was small but harA large crowd of ladies and gentle- cently for more pay, was erroneous. in their bereavement, have the coinmu- - monious. I'.so Henry Brown called the tlenien left Wednesday for a two week's hoiibo to order, and announced the first Mr Neville is one of the best and most nly'8 fly,n,Mtiy at Cumberland Falls. A tiebusiness in order was to elect a tempo- camp-oun on me line, nun experienced ixs.-eMr. Simon (iormley, whoso peculiar rary chairman. On motion of Judge W. lightful outing is anticipated and as with the company, cse, as noted in this column previously, always stood lii-is now at its best the sportuieu will G. Bains, Thos. Jeffries was called to' and in this instance was on the conser- lias excited much interest here and the chair ami J. D. Owens appointed not he disappointed. men have nil gone to vative side. His and upon whom a surgical operasecretary. Mr. Jelfries, on taking the As there is little for teams to do on tion was performed a few days ago, died -- Messrs. J. C. King and W. H. Cumchair, explained the object of the meet- farm now, the procession of wagons to Tuesday morning at 2 o'clock, surroundmins represented this end of the county ed by physicians, relatives and friends, ing to bo for the purpose of appointing be seen daily on our pikes suggest the delegates to the State Convention at circus parade which Danville is to enjoy in the Kepub'licau State Convention, to all of whom the end was not unexwhich convened at Lexington Wednes- pected. lTp to a Lexington, and expressing its senti- soon. What a circus and church-goinlittle more than two day. While in the city Mr. King will years ago Mr. R. T. Pierce, F. P. people thoee Boyleitcs are! ments generally. (iormley, then a citizen of Meit his brother, George, who has been Lexington, was in prosperous business Combest, J.H.Thomas, W. T. Hum The protracted dry has nipped the Has the largest and M. Moore were appointan inmate of the asylum since Inst fall, and enjoying vigorous health. strawberry crop and left many cloddy At that phrey and John but who, we are glad to learn, is grow- time palsy laid its withering hand upon ed a committee on resolutions, who, af fields awaitiug a rain before corn plantMOST COMPLETE STOCK ing better daily. him, and by periodical attacks, which ter retiring a while, reported resolutions ing can bo resumed. Some persisted Mr. J. H. Ciilkerson has sold out his OF the attention of friends and the skill of instructing Casey county to cast its vote harrowing and rolling till they had n Mock of groceries to Mr. Henley Mc for tho Hon. Geo. Denny, of Lexington, partially satisfactory seed-beand aie the medical fraternity did their utmost Chirp, and, it is eaid, will shortly go on to bailie or mitigate, reduced him from for Governor, and leaving tho delegates planting. another voyage across the rolling wave strong, healthy manhood to that state unin'structed iu regard to the rest of the ever shown in Stanford at prices Last week ve spent a couple of days Resolutions were nlso in the village four miles North of Shelby to visit his beloved Scotland, to which which all flesh is hoir to. Simon Uortn-le- State ticket. as low as the lowest. adhe is as patriotically attached as any of City, and, haviug sojourned so long in was born and reared here, and count- adopted fully indorsing Harrison's Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s in the State, the descendants of Wullace and Ilruce. ed his friends not by the dozen, but by ministration, nnd the legislation of the the shadow of the classic knobs, were can tell his Hy tho way, Mr. Gilkerson Republican patty under it, aud also con- amazed to find even the school boys able who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to t!e hundred, whom he attached to him Scotch cousins something about the by his nobleness of character, generosity demning the Democratic press for its to give us points on horses of renown. send jobs to the city. Hngraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old meeting of the Scotch Irish Congress, of heart, geniality of soul and affability persistent etl'orts to mislead the people Their ages, extract through devious gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d held in Ixmisville last week, to the de- of manner. ramifications to the founders of strains, After funeral services at in leganl to the benefits of the and I guarantee satisfaction. A. R. PENNY. liberations and seeches of which he Col. S. Adams, R. T. consecutive performances and time of bill the house by the Uev. J. G. Livingston, was an enthusiastic listener. Pierce, F. P. Combest, J. M. Moore, J. each with every detail of conformation, the remains were laid to rest under the W. T. Humphrey, K. II. must certainly he found in a An evil genie, who doubtless moved shadows of the trees text book that surround his II. Thomas, on legs instead of wings, and possessed mother's cottage. Kidd, Geo. Klhs, N. B. Portman, I). C. now part of the curriculum of every The qualimore of the school. family, in this, its dark hour, we com Minton, W. II. Brown, C. II. Jelfries, ties than those of the supernatural, was mend to the Fountain of all Consola and all other Republicans of Casey Our only Sam Beid, into whose basHbroad in town Monday night, and, tion. county, who wish to attend, weie ap- ket the persimmon rarely fails to fall among other miscreant acts, tied barbed pointed delegates to the State Conven- when he enters the contest, is to the In Loving Remembrance GROCERY" tion the 20th inst wire across the Dripping Springs road e front this week with a faced near the college to enmesh and wound Of Neta Carson, whodicdMay 10th 1S!1, Maywood. tinsly Stephenson sold jack colt, a freak unrecorded in the histhe midnight wayfarer, and threw a aged IS years. Why this saddened, sorrowful fami- his house and lot at this place, 'known as tory of the ass family. Sam is able to couple of brickbats through Madam sombre-lookinhome, the Hrooks House, to Raudal Dollius for trace the genealogy of this colt through Turner's window, smashing the sash and ly, this darkened, thoughtful throng of $212, possession given December 1. .Mr. English and Spanish Heraldry, and oldglass and shaking up the niadain'trqtiiet- - this subdued, er stud books to Balaam's saddle aniudo generally. Tho griii not the la- - friends who have come to offer to strick- - John T. Lynn sold a lot of lambs to Dave mal and not an individual in tho long deliv$15.70 per head for July grippe either, but the strong grip of the en ones the meagre consolation that lies Prew'itt at Gheese, line is on record as having even a star rawier ami inoiner, ery. Mrs. Helen Rigney was taken sudlaw will fasten some of ttiese nocturnal " uumau poweron the forehead. The only lamentable wankers some night or other, and with Hearts well nigli breaking kind denly ill today. Miss Liccie Lynn aud feature is that Sam put oil the producthey'll wish they'd new left their mam-inn- brothers mid loving sisters, who feel it is Miss Green, of tin Hustonville College, tion till after the great Phineas Taylor too hard to bow in submission to the were down this week visiting Miss Lie Lamps, Glass- - and Queensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, apron strings. had gone out of the show business. Mr. Frank Dillion arrived Monday chastening rod, teachers, schoolmates, cie's parents, Mr and Mrs. John G. Jelly Glasses, &c. Mr. Benj. Ford, cashier of the Q. & direct from St. Paul, Minn., to spend a friends all feel that the house has been Lvnn. Mr. Will Hill and wife, of SomC. took dinner at the CamniU House LawMr. robbed of its chief treasure, but it was a erset, are visiting relatives here. f..iLivh with his father's family. a clerk nt I). G. trensure only lent us by the King for a yer II. C. Faulknerand wife, of Barbour-ville- , last Sunday with his mother. Bailey ,1. W. IUker, formerly c. SIM".. J. N. ME.VKFF.E stopped oil' a few days on their Drye shook the dust of Hustonville from a. Slaughter's but now in business at Mid-- little wtnie, and pure as wlteu He lent way home from the convention to see his feet last Sunday and embarked for dlesborough, accompanied the remains j it, it has returned to Him. On her fifteenth birthday Netn's their friend, Jin. Dudderar, who was the hub of superestheticisni and baked McGinuis and attended the of Mason ilight-w- ent from the kicked a few days ago by a horse. He is beans. His friends hope that foreign athere Tuesday. Mrs..!. II. Hutch- - tie spirit took its V I Mra ... .. .fntm.a earthly home she loved so well, to dwell improving slowly. Our little village is tractions will not wean him from his ... V.., ings, with her sister, one prepared for her by a loving Sa- being treated to whitewash ami paint. homo another decade. Miss Sarali PhilThe best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. has arrived home from Memphis, lenn. in Hugh Kirkpatrick went to Lancaster to- lips, of Mercer county, will spend the ill at his home in tho vior, where partings are never known. Mr. J. S. Fish is FLOORING, SASH, LUMBER, Her funeral was preached at the day to be examined under the new law summer with her sister, Mrs. C. C. country. Mr. "Hill" Chandler, not the Rev. Bruce, pastor of the PresbyBaptist church, hy Mr. Itagan, for a pension. DOORS, one wIiobo ear Joe Hlackburn ' terian church, and family, are establish-e- n BLINDS, monkeyed with once upon a time, pistorof the Methodist church of More-lanSIDING, Personally Condncted. here and Mr. B. will devote every from tho text. "I go to prepare a Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. has departed from this State for Florida, The Chesapeake it Ohio Railway, thro' Sabbath except the fifth, to this conyou." KIder W. L. Williams where he goes to build boats, scent phos- place for its personally conducted tourist system, gregation. Mr. Geo. Wright and wife, phate, choke mosquitoefl and court "Miss concluded the bervices at the grave by a 1S91, of Calera, Ala., and Mr. Beecher AdaniB few appropriate remarks and a beautiful presents four tours for the season of We carry a full stock of everything found in a boughs. Jessie" 'neath orange-ladevestibule train with dining and family, of Birmingham, are hero for by special and touching prayer. Mr. John Potts, of Louisville, who In carriages provided by Mr. Carson, and observation cars attached, embrac- the summer. Miss Bettie McKinney is used to live here, but who has been ing White Sulphur Springs, Natural home from school nt Kirksville. Miss Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract away for years, is on a yisit to his sister, and by his request, the teachers and Bridge, Luray Caverns, RichmonJ and Belle Rifle paid a Hying visit to friends or building. SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. of Glen KIder attended the services Mrs. Sallle Hine-haMrs.S. Vanderpool. only a week from the Old Point Comfort on the sea. Each at Shelby City last week. Mr. George Mrs. J. in a body, and has returned to Pineville. party limited to 100 persons. Tickets Rifle was at and about Lebanon last SunCollier, T. McIIolmes and A. II. Has-ti- time she was missed from her accustomA. cover all necessary expenses. Daylight day. Tiie day of the week precludes n went to Louisville to attend the Pro- ed place in school, her class led the long runs through the magnificent scenery of presumption that quest of better cattle hibition State Convention, to which they and solemn procession to her lonely the Virginias. Nights spent at famous than the West End a fiords drew him Miss Kva Turnbull, a resting place. are delegates. Yes, Neta is dead, gone from us in her mountain resorts. Kvery detail looked there, aud his friends are loth to admit pretty brunette of the Ottenheim localiI laving Removed My Stock and loveliness, and we feel that it after by W. II. Greegor, General Travel- he imagines that auy prettier gfrls can ty, is in Chattanooga, Tenn., visiting her youth McGuHey. was a blessed privilege to have known ing Agent, who will conduct these tours be fouud any where. Miss Mattie Mrs. Bister, Mra. Kov. W. G. for the company. The luxury of sightdidn't get back from the demoKittle FarriB, accompanied by Misses her. For mauy weary days a wild long- seeing without one disturbing element. cratic convention till Mouday. Her Allie Hardin, drove ing to hear oice more that sweet and Lisle Douglass and Ful- cheerfulness indicated that she will corSaturday and Bpent gentle voice, a passionate desire to clasp For rates, dates, etc., address II. W. up from Danville Ageut, Cincinna- dially support the full ticket, which Mr. the dear form iu tender, loving embrace ler, General Passenger tho Sabbath with friends here. needn't be doubted of all good demosweeps over our crushed and bleeding ti, Ohio Ivan Fiak is back from a mouth's stay at of the 0. hearts, and we cry out in agony and bitbonded and floating debt crats here. In fact personal favoritism Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can The total Pineville. Mr. Mack Ballard, terness of soul, "she Is lost to us forever," of the 11!) counties of Kentucky, less yields a good natured acceptance of the sell you goods Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken-t- n S is spending a few days with his brothBallard, of the Cedar Creek but dear friends, it is not forever only the sinking fund, was but 55,048,052 in majority's decision, and the feeling is er, Mr. Pete exchange. Squire L. K. Wells, the a little while, aud we shall meet her 1890 an increase of ouly $71,000 in ten that a more harmonious outlook could neighborhood. not have been 0 Jered. "Oyer There." years. drinceofnood feiWs, and the jolliest j t. iUhx vnc """' tl.einMves THB WXIXABD. LATIl ALKXANDER'S HOTKI , '" "''' 'f. - tier-talnme- ut 1 IH T THOROUGHLY RENOVATED Rates Per IMPROVED. e, J i - to:. J paw-pa- STRAW HATS. Just Opened. grave-yard- An Elegant Line j ' ' NO OLD GOODS IN STOCK. intocou-spicuou- t s -' h ang-lin- g Stagg & McRoberts. else-whol- e, ' The Old Reliable Jeweler i in the Lead. g A. R. Penny d Watches and Jewelry y McKin-leytari- lf grief-stricke- first-cla- ss Go to A. A. WARREN'S "3IOIEL euow-whit- For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Meats, Dried Apples, Peaches and Pi'unes, Bice, Picldes, Preserves and Jams; s' - 1 gen-buri- al Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, CEILING, . - Hus-touvil- le Vau-dal- e. carres-singl- y d, WOVEN n WIBE AUD SLAT FE1TOB. FIRST - Ck&SS DUMBER YARD. pu-pil- H rt n REMOVED. -- .n-- a Din-widd- ie Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, no- tions, Etc., B. IF. ROUT. T "' 4(tf'?7'j teiPwyjMjuuuiM "y if r'ttTrntii' hi 'Tirmi hMtJ,tnmm'mrf"&viimimiM i i' iv fAS She had never loved him; now her InTHE GOOD AND EVIL IN JEHU. Sylvan," sho broko silence, with difference had turned loathing intense. specialist on nervous troubles, though He had killed that splendid hopo. he a sort of apology. .lnntljr Dnttrnrml, but Aim!)' Futility Vf can't lie much over She had witnessed with her own eyes And "And tlm Umtrtijrr Aim Illil Kvll. yet he'd no sooner accepted me, so its hateful holocuust. Live with him to spcuk, as the friend of dear old Dr. "And yet you are very troublesome, Snpose a king ordered a lcautiful indeed, my dear," he unnounced, with a after this? Not If he could lodge her in Thormiyko than ho gave me a ro3,al temple to bo built, giving explicit writa house of gold and give her gear that welcome. haughty curtness which mado "my Why, bless your soul, ten directions for each part, and further, i Sylvnn, I feel like commencing practice dear" ring in sorry satire. "I have In- would outshine the sun. ns an inducement to faithfulness, prom She must get away from him. Her already as a New York physician. formed you more than onco that I can And ising the builder a competency for life if head felt hot ns tho flame she had just then Clyde so good In matters which l. ho demanded harshly. "Who told you not satisfy your singular craving." the plans were iierfectly carried out, but "It is not that," she said, with heat, despairinglyA looked on, and her hand a man of his professional note might threatening to punish both tho workman Train leaves Rowland at 7:00 a. ra., returning of any such act on my mother's part? were ice. horror of ever turain seeitii naturally overlook. He's promised to too. "It is a yet with Thornilyke, no doubt." nnd his family if ho failed to follow "I have guessed more than Dr. Thorn-dyk- e natural desire. I simply demand of him or being near him insanely beset her. use his influence" Gerald paused. tin' instruct ions. When the king in.sjx'ct-I'l.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. Sho might kill him she wanted to His brother's eyelids had you that you shall permit the worth or told me," Lucia said. closed, dead-pal- e tin- coinpletoMiucture lie found many Mail train going North..., ,li pai aguinst the equal pallor of his of his directions had bf'n obeyed, but Sylvan chose now to rise. He walked worthlessncss of your father's discovery go back to him now and kill him. Sho " " South. ..131pm shrank with n wild dread from staying cheeks. Kiprcii train" South toward the door, slipping both hands to become known bj us both." .1 13 :i m iiiid the wrong kind of a stone ' " North under his roof that night. .. n7 m behind him with a sort of "That I will not do," he replied. "Well? He's promised to uso his in- - here been then' Local Freight North o ;) m hail or the right stone had There was her Aunt .lanet her tluence?" "You will not do it? you will not?" ' South ...512P in moroseness as who should say: "I deIxvn placed in a wrong position, so that The Utter train aWo enrry paenRer. Dreamily shaking, Sylvan had uncline further speech on this affair, Lucia broke forth, flushing and slipping mother's only sister. Aunt Janet was whole wits changed and The above is calculated on lundsrd time Solar though what I hnve heard lias been nearer to him. "Ah," she went on, poor nnd lived in a meager way, streets closed his .yes. Hut Gerald did not tho ellect of tho time is about ?o minutes fanter rebut she would be meet their hn,ik, though he answered, siHiilcd. The wotkuiHii, upon "you have the mnnuscript concealed, no and streets highly aggravating." proved, siviued to as if tho kuif! kind nnd give shelter for a few nights with an doubt, in this very rooml" He left the dining-rooair, certain sentences and Lucia JOHN THOMPSON'S was unjust to blame him when he had LIFE WORK. which were really no answer nt all. felt that for the first time they had stood "If I have!" he shot back, bitterly, anil flays to come. . . . After Lucia hnd slipped out of hLs "Oh, I mean that in a general sort of filleted ri many of his orders, and an on the verge of an open quarrel. And "what then? Do you wish to play the It ffai t Protect tlio IVnplA from Wild how study Sylvun flung himself Into chair fashion he's so extremely good. Ho swercd: "If I did put that Mono in tin would it end? She must have that thief and steal it from me?" Cut ami Counterfoil Ituuk Note.. She laid her hand oh his arm. "I and sat for n long time with folded arms cheers me up; ho makes me feel as If I wrong way, this one and this one are jus) packet; her very palms liiul begun to John Thompson, founder of Thompson's were not truly the mere ncophyto In as yon winhed them." Bank Xote Reporter, died recently at liin itch and tingle for it. With burping wish to play the adviser, the giver of and garcd on the iloor. Uo loved his wife deeply, In his way medicine that I Let me show you how this story cheeks and lowered head she sat for good counsel." nm." honle In .New York after a protracted illto .Mm, and to any of you who in A silence came, nnd then Sylvan Ho shook her hand from his arm at of lovi . He was thinking all this more than an hour in her own dressing-rooness. Mr. Thompson was born in Berkshire county. .Mas., in 1S03. He worked and brooded upon this avid long- - this. "The devil's own counsel," he mut- while, whether Hie fraud that he had queried, with extreme soiuberness of building the temple of your churactet conoeivid and carried nut would not tone: "And what dVs ho say of tho put in e il dfeds which Hod never in on his father's farm until attaining his lug which had seemed to grow as firmly tered. nineteenth year, when he became a school weu 10 ner spirit as lis color to her "Sylvan!" she breathed, a little gasp- bra y utwed. Naturally, she might manuscript thnt father left, Gerald? tended should lie there, and good deedf teacher. Suhse- blood. No use to try and luturh awav ingly. "Tills is the first time you ha, o at first show harsh revolt: but soon nil Didn't you tell mo you were going to in such a sintul manner as to make tli'-fluently he was thnf must change; every storm raves it- consult hlinalsnit It?" evil. UimI meant Jehu to be a giHxl ami Egbert .Mnynard's whole aspiration as ever insulted met" appointed acen t self into peace. And nil for this deceit I tliil think of dolnsr so." returned mighty sovereign. He honored him bv 'You drive me to it." tho dream of a mad chemist. While Vv V of a legalized lot"I ceok to dissuude you from casting alsout burning a false envelope for a Gerald, ns he pulled at his yellow motis-- ! intrusting a sho now thought upon her own past life work to him. Yot tery at true one. how could he help justifying taeht- and cordially hated the lie that ' Yl'l.fl Irilillt' It lu til., iniul Irll.tiul fu.li..1i. she understood how there had always a slur on your father's memory." l ""...v.. a. .. Ill"llesuvid .'l. "My father's memory! Pah! What any course that might ltt'l in I.ticia'this he was acting. "But the fact Is, Sylvan, ' whom the teacher selects to deliver an been a strain initof romantic receptivi- Tl,(XJ3in this CMy.,..' profane frenzy? Clyde is so dreadfully busy, don't 3011 important message, and tho mot faithwith this iy to just, sucn impressions ns the one dotouearo for that? You want the drug , After nubile (the lapse of time was know, and cr all that kind of thing." fui sou or daughter of whom tho parent which n recent event had wrought. Her the 'discovery,' ns you call it. And it's Kin II capital im longer than he renlis-ed' Parents ad held no definite faith; they nil the merest riff-raSvlvun we, Here wes a very lame winding-u. ."K" made his start ou af(.V. of a clever man's of asks assistance when an undertaking rowent to the open drawer of his . ibuict-Hk- e what Gerald believed a sentence that quiring particular attention is to Wall street. "creof the kind (eminently though her decaying faculties nothing more." no . desk, ami drew from it an ouvelupo might provoke his brother's keen curi- complishetl. OlVIIl" til its vkyA Rcs5 ' father had shone in the law) who cur-th- e His tones were very acrid: he seemed Jehu was to destroy all t lie prudence anil cauosity. Hut Sylvan only M his eyelids family of Ahub and the tuined what they thought "bad transformed from his usual mild self. who hud tion in Ijiii n's once more wearily policy" of with such a pretty-r- s She watclted him for a rccond or two, and his head followed A hub's wicked example in wor JOHN THOMP; son. transactions, .Mr. siuk deeper Into tho pillow, as he said: shiping Ikml. Does it seem strange tc Ihouipson succeeded in a few in in- - ' PaUcrnct' fabric of indifference, that it with her eyes moist ly shining and n "And you yourself have not cared to yon Unit Hod should approve of such a ueccivcu neuriy every eye as orthodoxy. quiver of her lower lip. creasing his capital to iflO.OOj. lie then study it out alone, I suppose?" "If you so believe it, Sylvan, then started Thompson's Hank Note Reporter, For this reason their child's nature terrible destruction? Hois "not willing missed those pleasant repasts which why do you hide it like this?" for the purpose of givhiK trustworthy inThe question was so listlessly given that any should jverish, but that all jr-formation on the currency of the country, occur to us when we can feed imaglna- "Because it's an outrage against God. that Gerald felt ho could perhaps let it should come to (Jod hat which then consisted mainly of state bank tion and emotion on the solemnity of I've said so to you lefore, why make safely pass without a response. He punished A hub ami his idolatrous sub issues. This journal met with instmt worship. Lucia would have made a me say it again?" waited n little while, regarding his broth- jects by famtno and war. Ho hnd ro favor, and soon became a necessity in every splendid-nunexcept for the actual greed er's blanched face as though any new in- .proved and warned them by tlio steri "Yes, you've said it before. Hut how bunk, broker's office and counting hou-of mere living, the hunger after largo can your father's wish or design be an stant might bring to it the sudden look words of Hlijiih and other prophet, and in the United States, and its circulation I" JTl Ultff.r' JhJ of Inquiry which he preferred not to since they still iTsistsl in the up to over 100,000 copies a week. Mr. inclusive experiences, the love for life outrage against God when, as you yourmn worsnii fiPrW fiU s see. But no such hsok broke Sylvan's of Haul, to wvit the other Israelite frm self concede, the brain that compassed Thompson was sued several times for his itself just because of its J and whicl; must for- the whole idea was in a state of apathy. After short time, Gerald felt coutiir.iiiu in sin. they must lo cxie2ii 0 bold denunciation of had bauking nml ? ; 1 the siik m.in's pul.-This act did Oh, Sylvan, let us test the truth fraudulent issues of currency notes, but ever have kept her somewhat of the - & feNS55 tilter the evident sIuiuIht into which not from the Und. his earth, earthly. was always victorious in the courts. vr? he Again she j or falsity of that avowal!" Jehu exec .iteil comiiiiMsiou enerj, ti ' IB -i .Mr. Thompson was vice president of the Hut she would have clung to her put her hand out toward him, and this had fallen it war, a weak pulse. Ger- cally and xruhnisly, but nl-- o Chase National bank at the time of hi' psalter and her beads, nevertheless, ald decided, and ct not abnormal so. and cruelly, time she rested it on his shoulder. Hut death. while shaping for herself a material he repulsed her with an excessive rudeThe young mn remembered thnt Dr. eons spirit, and in it Wistful, solf right v so the stone which might Clyde had but icccntly decided Sylvan's future heaven, with palm-tree- s of glos- ness, and she now saw on his working have hel'ied to rear tho teinplo of his A runny 1'rrnk of Nil lute. sier emerald than most nuns dream of, features the kind of pallor that was latest condition to niii of nervous Daniel W. Adams, a deaf mute, went and perhaps a pair of wings with exhaustion, cerebral In its immediate character in strvngth and lusinty onl some easy to explain as wrath. "11 shajusl nppontunco U fishing at Notehaway creek, one mile sort of rose-tin- t origin, and yet not 1 f necessity serious. gavoncrooked, amid "You me!" he cried; tho whole building, which was als. from Harnett's Mills, Ga., and caught a the chastity of their plumes. Now, in "you can wish to tempt My But his first illness hud Ivccn serious. not sueceed. mother long still more disfigured when tho forbidden strange fish. It was an tront. the present circumstances of her being, ago taught me " BUnilF.M.V HIS KYI. UOHTKU O.V X I'AI'KR. Gerald had arrived at the home of his worship of tho golden cnlvos with two heads, two eets of gills, four married to a man who had never lit was con brother to fludliim the prey of a brain-feve- r tinned ami cucoitruged. "Oh, your mother!" she flashed. "I eyes, two mouths, and but one body. her days with any hardier kind of which threatened his life. It wan knew it was she!" Then her voice sud- almost precisely resembling the one Cm you not seo that even 0110 sin will Tho heads unite just back of tho gills. glow than that of a rushlight through denly trembled and softened. "Sylvan! which he had burned that cvenlug. n wretched shock, that meeting, and It phut for your chara Each hend works indeiKindently of the hours when her eyes longed for tho I thought you loved me. You've so Whatever trick of calligraphy he hud Imrc, soon afterward, what to this gen- mar God's other. If meat be placed before the "light that never was," this young often said tor, and how good acts wickedly per used in imitating the superscription at ial young pilgrim from Camthat you did. What I ask is which lie now gu7cd, creature both heads proceed to devour woman poured forth in excited obei- such formed will injure its symmetry? It is his adroitness of bridge provwd frult. a little thing, after all!" it, the two months taking food at 0110 sance on a very easy to change right to wrong b touch had been quite perfect enough to object of homage "What you ask," he retorted, "is a and the same time. All of the gills nre the tnmmer of doing a deed. It is right deceive the agitated eye that met it. all tho past, pent-ufervor which re- large ami shameless thing. If I loved TO UK fONTI.Vl'KK. in good working order. The little pisto attend church. Sabbath school and catorial rarity seems as lively and healthy ligion might formerly have won from you as God himself loves his children Satisfied of this fact, lie replaced the prayer It is a duty to pray her with ease. Seated there, in her (nnd muy Hie blasphemy be pardoned envelope, closing nnd locking the as any of his, single headed brethren. ic was put ot f'atil's s,)luc( when luv It may Iw dosirabh- to work for perturbation, her fright of self, she me!) I should never yield to this desire drawer. After having done this, he Atlanta Constitution. objects by pre taring for sains, cou conscious of a sharp discontent, CJime to die that lie hnd "kept the faith." strove to think what friend or acquaint- of yours neverl" uiemi? What certs and entertainments. It is well tr whose object was Lucia. How strange What did ths her.uV ance could now bring balm to her The next moment she saw that he troubled souL Not one! All the men was intensely agitated. His reeling that the only real discord which hud tho English ting meant when he arro- run errands for mother. Only bo careful them should have gated to liiiii'elf the title "Defender of to jtollsh theso goodly stones with a revand women whom she knew had for step disclosed this, as he advanced to- - ever risen years entrenched themselves behind the .ard the desk at which ho had been concerned his religious faith an cle- the Faith?" or what the theologiun might erent, earnest, faithful, humble, willing, A ROMANCE OF who shoiild urge his cluim to such cheerful spirit, that they may lse road practical and ordinary. Some of them seated. From a packet he drew a bunch ment in him with which he con nee Wd were confirmed church-goers- ; others of keys, and with shaking grasp thrust all peaceful nnd kindly longings. He a title, ns fouinhtl uiviii his evidences. to fit into the temple Clod has committed Did Piiul to your care. Mary E. Swcetzer ir. were rationalists; and yet others were one of them Into the lock of u lower now told himself that he must repair in !ii'ic and his th" fnit has a treasure to be hoarded Chnntiuti at Work. of that "don't care" type which accepts drawer. Swiftly he drew forth u long with all acts of Christian gentleness the so life, death, time, eternity and the hu- and somewhat dingy envelope, which injury to his wife's feelings which a and guarded? WYro his All i:.llrr Tlinnclit. he hud humed tlio man soul as if they were facts in his- Lucia seemed to recognize the instant It needful course of severity hail inflicted. satisfactory His heart literally brimmed with good- faith to his breast as something hi rich How can be raised? With tory, like the Edict of Nantes or the met her gaze. . II ... .. ....... Hattle of the Hoyne topics that one Springing erect and facing her, ho will as he soon passed from his study thllt llllllll .....- .. II til ...... It rrnlii what body shall they come? This is tin may well be aware of but need not seri- waved In air the object he had secured. and went to find Lucia. HLs love for him until tiny hnd first dewtrojed him? incredulous cry of the ages. hi- - old age did hi' com;riitul.i:himHear what the iitHrstlonnswcrs: "Thou ously treat. "I am going to burn this," he pro- her, always ardent, had never more en- In By EDGAR FAWCETT. "I wonder what sort of a counsellor ceeded; "to burn this before your sight. thralled him than then. It was blent self ujsm his fidelity in Keeping watch foolish one! That which thou so west tr for the distress he above the faith, committed to him as a not quickened except it die. And thai this younger brother, Gerald, would Look." She peered at the written name with make," Lucia deliberated. "He's never for a brief while, and then he withdrew had caused her, though remorse hud no trust, fnun which he had Wn abl to which thou sowest, thou sowest not thai body which shall Ik, but baro grain, sent us his photograph; I might have it just as her quick sweep of one hand real part in the poignancy of his regret. w.iru ali meddlers away? He entered her dressing-rooWhat evidence is tlierw that Paul . . . but (rod giveth it a body as it gained some real inkling of him from sought to tear it from his clasp. Ho and A that. Hut at least lie's liberal; Dr. sped toward the that in a saw that it was vacant. Giving It only thought of tlio faith as a syst'iu of ab-- hath pleased him, ami to every seed his Thorndyke more than suggested it. His cone of green shade illumed his desk. a careless glance here and there, be (ttact truth of which ho wm a warder own IhxIv." Wns n.it tlmnm-stint- i mind isn't a covert of cobwebs, like "See," came his next words, "1 give it went into other chambers. Not finding of lovaltv What ltec.iini! of tho small, her nnywhere, he summoned u servant. Sylvan's. It would be refreshing to personal qitrrtioit to him? Th.- faith kernels which tho fanner flung by hand Full of Startling Incidents. The answers to his questions were quite was mo i. urtsi. j no know him and judge for myself whether of it were fills ujioii tho plowed field in tho spring unsatisfactory. lie could help me." Through a mist of Mrs. Maynard had not not of tho mind, but fuels time? Sunken into tho dark soil, soften been seen to quit the house. But where, of history ami cvperience. To tragic bewilderment one tho cd by the percolating rain drops, thoii CILAPTEK V. then, was she? Whither had she been faitli was to know and assert The factn compact shenthings burst asunder in purpose began to dawn upon her. After he had thus spoken she moved Sylvan had spoken spirited? Sylvan almost reeled with a which t'oiutioscd it. Paul was about destroying misseeming disorganization and death. quietly toward him until she stood be-- 1 dread that he could ill have explained, sionary, not those papers. This meant that he had , theologian. Ho looked Was that the end? Go seek tho answei side his chair. He at once perce vert . ., .,.. , 1.. t... 11c 1.1 nnd yet that stabbed him like a spear buck iipoujiis life with MttHfa-fio- u jmssiui mat and in harvest time. Seu tho ranks that she had become extremely tran uubjew miic nvTsuch an act for anuuiu of tire. Ho hurried buck to Lucia's pir.loii.wili? complacency because it hud of emerald blades whisjiering on ranki refrain from long to tlu quil again, t . . !... i dressing-room!. tn.l.....l 1... OCl He stood in the ceuter bei fioui the iirst day of his surrender breeze, anplring lUfUlCU IV. -If,.,. x.r.ln .. 4 """' " UHKVU manuscript1C1 (why not?) to of it and called her name twice or to Christ a coiist.'iiitJy loyal devotion to aloft their noddingtho sunlight, bearinp Z:,: .::: i.X W. .TV w. Mnwhile the plumes of rjiiened of thU. ...... w ua.M. thrice. Ins Lord, for whom lie li.nl "tiHVrt-- the cars. Hath it pleased God to givo sucr citedly, Sylvan," she said. "But reflect: reposed in one of the two locked drawers Suddenly his eye lighted on a paper loss of all tlimga;" to know whom, ami of the cabinet in his study. What if she it body to the seed of tlio wheat, and shall for you to destroy those papers would pinned conspicuously against tin rim '.it to make him known, ha his obduracy by theft? his 0110 ho deny to tho beloved who rest In him lie dreadful. It would be an insult Hung antagonized of a mirror. He seized it, read his own aim. His keeping of tho faith had Her impulse been the "image of the heavenly?" at your father's memory. Whether among the most honesty, still entwined name, and soon read something more. sensitive fibers of conneither uiiologctic nor polemic; it hud they arc of any real worth or not, ho science itself, urged a Incorruptible, glorified, jiowerful, spir She had gone. With a few fierce been, stern veto rather, a Mi.sitiveand diro t servico Html, yet to every 0110 "his own lnxly! left them to you with the desire that against any such crafty course. Once words she told him that she would for man, prompted by love, you should test the idea, the hypothesis in making That which made your friend himself never willingly meet him again. more she would try persuasion. Once hen-elknown the set apart by a subtle selection which they contain." word, ho had "You have made me hate yon," a kept tho Christ. In more she did. faith by spt ending tlio faith. from .ill others, in yoir knowledge and He rose and faced her almost fiercely. clause of the letter ran. "1 have often With industry, For several days the friends enthusiasm, seirsaciitico love, that shall survive, eudiirtug in "I do not wish to test it!" lie declared. came to her noticed that she hud anwho tried to love you, and always failrd. he abhad gono everywhere, heraliing tho changeless individuality forever. Chris"My poor mother prepared me, long sent and febrile manner. One Now, since your brutality has shown two tian at Work. Christ as the saviour ago, for something like this in him. Hut of them, who were feminine, or men. Tlio went I GIVB IT tO THE OUL1VION IT DKSKIIVES. me your true nature, I can only pray lie had done this, thoofless likely longer I never thought that I should be so con- away with the deduction that a peculhis own Clml'ii Klrt Trlililr. that you will leave me unmolested, to faith's decline. Tlio moro howrought, fronted with his ungodliness." to the oblivion It deserves." Already live or to die as I choose." Wo always thought wo would like to iarly domestic Illness was approachthe "Ungodliness! you are u mau ol sense, ing and that It was its frail paper edges had hlh time some blackening and curling begun to flame, The letter trembled In Sylvan's grasp. The less jiossibility that ho would waver. have a phico ne.tr a wood. A few troos vitality, the increaso of his own will not satisfy us. Thev fetl lonely, Bylvan, a lawyer, a weigher of the happy proof of to "I have often tried to love you" apShe darted her bond with Sylvan and truth against " t him with outstretched hands and a for- pealed to old slumbering suspicions fell owsinp witii Christ hud been ure- - sigh and complain about tho house; hut should bring its welcome change. "I am a man who revere his Crea,,, an lintllllIwl WOod that with inwith a frightful rehabilitated force. Ho sened 1111.1 promoted by tho exercise of, Uno even murmured a sentence lorn cry: tor," ho broke in. "I abominate this of thislady no uau luonrcu nniuerahlo voices talks all niitht in it "Oh, Sylvan, don't burn it like that! sank into a chair, nwenting coldly with nm Import in Lucia's ear. "How isort of attempt to fly in the face of little she dreams so iinieniiy tlm faith oCother men 111 tlm sleep, and anguish and dismay. of what thralls and Don't! I'll promise" when Clod passes in tho charIlf avenly laws." gosjM-had flourished so abundantly Then she paused. It was now a fiery j clouds me," her hearer thought. iot of tlio wind waves its pltuura and That "But you do not abominate the phy- very evening, perhaps an hour As a iccogiiiyed force nnd factor in tho shouts as a multitude, in king's mass, ami it so lit his angered, defiant CHAPTER VI. a prosician who seeks to save you from j their almost silent dinner together,after face that she realized how hopeless "Brother, vou know me, don't you?" life of mini that gosjiel had never been cession. Tho hum of multitudinous she death." would be any eflort her feeble strength Gerald Maynard spoke that sentence, sosti'ingiu the world as when i'.iul, in spring leaves in our curs, wo dream all Tppearcd ' "No physician presumes to prolong wrote as at Sylvan's side, while he might make to wrest it from his hold. standing at the bedside of Sylvan, who Rome, could say, "I havo kept tho night of waves roaring ami battalion our lawyers do when they any life beyond its allotted time." faith." Ho hud wrought by love, and tramping. Shrubs and bushes He lifted it on a level uilh his head, had been ill, who had partially recovhave quitted their "down-town- " dis- do nol "Oh, Sylvan, Sylvan! What would tractions, anil while he used for a desk letting it redly Hare until there was but ered, who had gone out into the world, the very movement of tho faith, active know much and have hut little to say, you say of such logic as this if you the very cabinet whose tyo locked ascritpof it left, and that scrap gave und who now again hud been smitten in him, had kept it pure and madu but old trees nro grand company. Like heard it In the drawers made so heavy an onus on her threat of suddenly scorching his fore- with a drowsy inertiu which bore this it great. It is the flowing stream that is Jothant's, they talk in parables from the He quite averted his look for a second mnfltfll ill ll.tu limn finger iind thumb. l.llfl!t clearing itself; the moving waters top of Cteriziin; have wliolo histories in Then he flung its semblance of brain paralysis, though l.!li or two. Then he turned to her Htrain. s;....n.. charred remnant on the Iloor and cov- not the real symptoms or jiortents of that win tributary streams. The way their trunk; tell you of what happened ,.t..t .....r and said, in a voice full of repellent ' , l,,, ,vi...n,..- - wi... ..i.i ".. ll'Cl , to keep tlie fnjth is to spread the faith. when your father was a boy; hold enered it with ids foot. that disease. t l nin. discords: "Know you. Gerald? Yes, indeed." The way to enlarge tin faith is to scat- gravings on their leaves of divine etch"There." he said, in his throat, "the control herself t.il'oiirhoiit the coiiilnif "I see, Lucia. You that packet and she was clearly thing's done. Now I hope your folly And Sylvan stretched out a hand whosa ter the faith abroad. "Ther.i is that ing, and every bursting bud is a may hold In It some uncanny means by interview, her husband quite awaited has ended with It." Dr. Talinage. , emaciation suited the sad change In his scattercth ami yet now aware that and there which you may defy death." She made him no answer. Shu quitted face. is tint withholdeth moro than is meet, of distinct rebellious out'flint. "If I had such a belief" she Iwgau. some sort the study with .staggering limbs. Her "There, that's right," s.ild Gerald, hut it tendeth to poverty," is a proverb We lireatlm not a liih burst. hues for tlm would lw horribly sinful." "It came, uud it came almost before torment seemed to her like that of a sunny as ever of eye and smile, with in applicable to truth as to com or Of Mimiiiir that chttiis'fl to autumn tere. It "Hut you simply assert; you deal with Lucia wan herself aware of its advent. del..jnuir speech and easy gest- money. The believing mother who had seen the massacre of a the same of tho For wn Ituo- that without one thought of our. no proof." There's Olio w ho'U reuow the dying rear. ure. He seated himself close by the bid. church Intro been the missionary eitoohs "I will permit no further queries child. "My heart tells me more, In u cai from She got into her own privateroom "You mustn't give way to this horrid of her history. Tho missionary, tho evan-- , We l 110 thrill of ;inin or regret she heard him say, after sho ever like this, titan ,my bruin , could .. . do ,. I'liii vniir .....-. iiiitimip ... "an seen him also rise from his desk, and closed the floor. Her head was melancholia. Vou must fight it. Clyde gehst, the herald of tho Christ of every A. thu aim sinks down lu Uiu cloud draptd .,,.,..... . .. ii anu " ti mini rf. nfiin. w wit. says you must, and echo him." whirling; she wondered why sho same you n tho shaping of soma Important but while, at the ,,,,, t,imilUn.ja!siytime, she was not swoon. But something appeared did "This Clyde and you :it- gn-.t- friends order, or of none these aro tlio true de- ' For we knotr, ngiitn lite iilithtmny fnterveae. tuoiiuu to conscious of fenders of tho faitli. When they ceuso Ho will rUo from hU gorgeous re I. legal decision. the words with which she had just ad- - keep her from that. What was it? Ah, already.'" uiil Sylvan, in a voice that xneir aggressive lauors 1110. nut must Tljen ,vu should. Insult me as a Christian," ho an- - : jrosse,j ),.,,. shrink wl h drenrl and realized, in a very surgo pityously betrayed the slcl; minho was; wane. It is a truth for tho she knew, she humblest ftfar mwered. "There is hardly any great Hn't that true. .ruluV" T, lo(a.( .a I1(. unotht.r ,K)t of cognition. i disciple as well as for tho wisest scholar To cross to that border Imul alone, danger of m jumbling together the stondIlIfft t,,cre ,n ,,,., SIIiaU, It was her unspeakable hatred of him, Yc." was "Crawford in tho thingH of Christ. Tho wuv to ' When He who culleta u lrauU the way. fcpirltual and mundane 'Vile is a wonder In h's way. He's room, with It rous and yet born as they said Ana eywaoviiiBiy care. lor ill. own? k.ii Mm 7 1. In "" w -- Mn. A. Qiduiim l'urk In CtirUtUu IaUtft- "nu have called this conception of jCgal books on every si of m.uivctinted malign 1m Ings were, with all its teeth. I'M- famous Iurr, yen know, as a Christian fn'th in 1" " ,r,.,l ,1.0 I. Inquirer, gvnci-r- your fatner's 'uncanny. Suppose hundreds of other ncoole thousands, mill. Published Evory Tuesday and Fr day Ions, If you wlll-ho- uld look on It as a ; priceless blessing. Would you be right at in keeping possession be- gvt ....-- . YKAR,iy AD AJJCIC. cause of it from their prejudice which thnt personnl ' your Vhtn t opiidS3.60 will echrKea." mother instilled into your mind ' n when you were a mere boy?" He knit his brows. "What is this?" I TIMC UAHU. IUUWL R. Semi-Weekly ( rn-half-grow- InteriorJourna. "I I don't wish to seem semi-stammeri- c, yet" 1.1 n, d - hi-rt- d, tip-tow- n; K-iti- fiw-- off-han- d 11 np-pli- -- ! I'fiuili-keepsl- Ji I sin-cia-l bud-iieoSffi- 11 Ak sty s. I - - llll-'- .111-.,.- 4 ft I ) 1 ff p ' - I ''MBfflWiaiSa v r ! lt I non-beli- ef A -- M A M WfrK dnp j , o eL as J, I if r-M-L h reix-titance.- " -- ' pulse-beat- breath-drawing- s, W-P4'- semi-ruin- mm L'ni-ri- ir.vL' ri: . 11 t e -- deo-ufO- i' half-voluptuo- . i 11 li far-nwa- y blttcr-titstln- g now-foun- d p . bo-ca- - j mt-a- ii ra con-cci- v BROTHERS is.- I tiles.-dea- d llllL-ll- tl I 1.1 111-.- - self-reproa- I ; THRILLING STORY t gas-burn- ) 11 - I clear-viewe- d k.-e- p 11 j 11 1 sW Ul...t I 1113 1 ir a . 1 TOlllfe 11 f I - iixi-ii--.iii- ii. o , court-mom?- " er I ! Il .... I K-lle- "Tha-natopsis- ." incn-aseth- - -- ....rf... ii-- . i .... fe-- 1 - t "ou ( 1 va-u- elit tin-nnA.- I new-bor- n - ". """: I. ...-.- . .- - ,t J4Sgr3asgaWT'f''v mrrrfT irr-- .i ir tnnvpTiir t it.',t.it.vr. , --:.. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Stanfohd, Ky., B.O.WAI.TON, THEWARONMIDAS - turned It to K,000 Mr. Stewart Philip on payment of Iii I Ii . May22 1J1 Bu.MauaRor BOOK. CON- Perils to Which Men of Millions Arc Subjected. I.ATKST Clirint' ATTACK ON JAY (JOL'l.J) THE WONDERFUL VHY "MIGHTILY APOLLOS VINCED THE JEWS." y It tlin Original Toil If llml Tlum In I.Kxrti It, lint There ! Power Unlit Salvation in tlm Common Velnlnn. Is Well On llu to Ilail followers" Through Tlu-Audit Try In IWcu Klin to Pity (Iter a Ijirgo Snin-ll- ii. Meunrt Ciuvo Knl. hcry .Mnrn' i:iierlc inc. ii r. niicmpi re Tho Apollos, who is mentioned in the Book of Acts, awl also by Paul in hirt First Epistle to the Corinthians, is spoken iw "an eloquent limn ami mighty in Tho Scriptures." When lie first came to Ephesus ho know "only tlio baptism of John" tho Baptist; but after Aquila anil ! i I'riscillii had "expounded unto him the t&" of pleasure. way or God mom jierfectly," so that his Dixon hits Ini'ii shut im in an uvliim knowledge or Christ extended beyond And the authorities speak of IiIuiiihii "dan tho baptism of John," and ho under-Moo- gcrous liiuiitlr," who is now powerless to the doc trim of Christ as preached do harm The only tendon of his exploit by tlio AKMtIw, lie went to Corinth. Is the one given to the public by Inspector whore Paul h.nl just organized a church; uyrnes, and if that noted mini hunter has I,,c "l" "n,"" '?"'! and in regard to bin work in that citv it tho other fund. u.i.i that i,.. "in lli tit.. convinced tho his prisoner it won d stein It was young Osborn's fondness for tho ,. mucM mvllml In ms ma(nut society of tho fickle lwautk-- of burlesque Jews, and that publicly, showing bv tho i.ii.. , v ,.r.. ....-.- . ....... .... eg 5f$&.. . ufcili linn nt lllli ..ii.-- r. ...i, uiiij that letl to theso restrictions. He was a .riptures that Jesus was Christ" (Acta deriuke bthe Job he failed toin ii ii( out. mi carry very wild youth, with no cud of money at xviil, Dixon's "confession" was to the effect his disposal, and he "went tho pace" like a The term "Scriptures" as here used thnt he belongs to nrcllgitocln!jitlcordcr . thoroughbred. Alice Mervule, who ap :s a t tt . means the Old Testament, tu which ref- - ' kliown to the Inlllate a. "Christ's Follow ,x .. fJ?HkHm f peared iu "Iolantho" at tho Standard theaS erencu is ho of tn made in the New Ten- - er," a society which has for lt olijects the ter, Xew York, ten years ago, first captitenchlng of a "pure gopul" and tho fair lament, Ajwdloi had acquired an vated him, and itcost bis fathera greattleal ilintrlbutlou ninong the people of the irop of money to induce tho frisky young actress knowledge of tnm accumulated by the plutocrats of the to return to F.nglaud. Suteral years afterbt'lieveil in their divine authority, and eity L'nlKsl Statist This organization, which ward Fay Templeton, who was described libit) to explain and apply them with ' appears to In.' of n I'll MP I. MOKK. ruteui birth, belccted Mr as thu "shapeliest, bprightliest, maddest .rgumentativo vigor and force. lie was (tiiild as Its tlrst victim, anil delegattsl (lonld, Siotvart, Moen all three grew to little woman on the stage," camo into thiiK "mighty" in convincing tho Jew Dixon as Its agent to carry out tho decree, llnancial eminence by their own efforts. If vogue. Osborn'- escapades with hermnde which was "death unlit e.oti " The money these hard beaded, clear brained, cautious in Corinth with resin-c- t to tho Mmsiuli-nliihim notorioiisthroughoiit the country, but king, If he failed to pay tho order Ki.lKX), men of the world could not escape the ban of JesUK of Nnznrcth. i have no they dually culminated in matrimony, so 000 at tinco and H5.000.UUO moro in teu demands of adventurers, what then it is said. At any rate, under thu names Knteuietit of tho method of hid tho pitiable case of the unfortu iniikl le of Mr. and Mrs. Osborn they have lived argument, but wo can well hiijim)m that. nate who, a.s t lit- - saying goes-- Is "bom with together some time as man and wife H'ing familiar with tho Messianic a gold spoon In liN mouth?" He knows of Mrs. Osborn, Sr., wan not aware of this, rophecitM, ami also with the fact in j riches only as an inheritance, and not as ,t however, when she died, the fact of the marto Jeans, lie hIiowciI that theso thing to be fought for and won in tho bat riage being concealed to spare her annoyjiropliecieji were fulillled in him. and tie mart-socommerce. Ann baby ho hits wiLnun v. SMITH. ance. Osborn will not be very hard pushed Iw guarded rrom Kidnapers It Ls a time to thus established his claims to bo Hut theso are small matters when com financially. He h:u consented to tlio tiro'$$& -.. of anxiety when the nurse girl takes him parts! with the accusations which await bate.iiud from thu SVeJ" iSsB as tho long expected Messiah. ineomeof $1,500,000 judiout for an ailing, ami his photograph must this man of many marriages The publlca ciously invested ought to be able to leave MiulHter!) in modem tiuit-s- , ami in this J not be published for fear that the child lion of his arrest in the California pnper something haiidsomu for his family country, enptsially when preaching to when 1,ttealer may thus identify his prey Later brought a telegram from San Junn CapN bodies eniinary ChriMtiau congregations, have OiW V .TTIl. on comas the teriod of solf invited tuiril t ratio that his wife, who resided there & ,'j. f V.N.I,. fur this kind tf Iigical con it ) ociii-in- n As a young man he may make an undesir wished to know the nature of tho charge; SHOT DOWN IN COURT. K WteWXjs!, test with tho Jews, and yet they greatly able mate Ii or court tho costly oi against him. Before the authorities hard!' yVXSlWa need to Ihi "mighty in the Scriptures" of dissolute women, those dainty featured had time to put one and one together, am Truj,Xc .Sonne! to lVu, lletneeti Two but soulless creatines who live in luxury decide that Smith must have two livinj. Wh TetdmnciitH as the iKwible. their male ilupemirt: fools, egotist's wives, they were waited upon by Mr. Hup That threatened men live the longest suipuieut for th mt'vicc. They are. Es- -. or brutes gins, of McPhcrou, Cnl., a wealthy ranch was recently exemplified again in Ken by tho very terms of tho wrvice, public The police say that 31,0)0 of thwe adven er, who said that Wilbur V. Smith is m tucky tcachent of Dibit fnct and doctriiics, turiivsos llourish in Xew York alone. Or tho present time the lawfully wedded bus When pretty Lena Moore, one of the tliefu-H- t and condition of doiiiK tho work the gilded youth may affect the stage, and Imnd of his sister; that the pair were mar belleaof Klizabethtowii. K'y., married Will as it should lie dune isa thorough knowl- like Howell Iw hampered as to in rled In liSO. aud lived in Colorado until fn ' t ttlge of th contents of tho Hilde ; hcritcd lorluue In consequence. Or he alwut three months ago, when Smith ahan w&. TliLs knowledge is not intuitu or intuitive, may o in for "manly sports," ami furnish doned her and went to California, leavinr GOl'M) J,V and is not to bo gained by chitchat! in yearn, wn.s to l) flrsi warntsl and then plucking such as that in which tho late her with a three months old child. ' Tlio authorities began to bo tinzed, nnt $& v. the wM'ial circle, or by simply reuling kilhsl. Tlutse cnnrnious demands, how Joe Coburn delighted to indulge, Th " case of Wilbur V. Smith, nc 4'i ever, were not made by Dixon He willed gambling hutie and the "badger game," thu newspapers, or by general sou'iitiiic and tho "outd of defrauding an inn, paled intc It in to lw gaineil only by direct, on Mr Gould's physician, explained what the "business raged husband aro among the Insignificance when positive, iKtrrsuial and continuous study he said uai the situation, and dedans! stumbling blocks in his path, commoner came a letter from right on top of It al. and if ho the corn raising dls that "Christ's Follower" would l.o con V it of tho Dtblu itself. Tlie study of thn tent with a reaches tlio age of thirty unscathed and trictsof Kansas. There, so tho letter sot contribution or theological wininary is merely tlio l'gin- - gift of t'Juo.CUJ to charity KA.n00nud the forth, dwells the fourth wife. Whr If thesosums nmg or the and utile- - it shall were not forthcoming blood must How wouldn't Iw apt to defraud an Inn with lw mipplemnted and jitinitietl afterward , Hither the uniiciessful agent or the oh four wlviot all residing In different parts of ll the countryl Anil never a one of then, mil mndu practically tho business of bt initio plutocnit must die The onler did has known that the others existcdl not tolumto failure. Its victims must payno's life, nothing hko tho higlient WILLIAM SHOWERS. Meanwhile wife Xo. 1 has retired to the cit.vr.Lns sioonE. or bo murdered. ii inuinlieM must do will Iw uttaiiusl. "This Wero Sonic Time n Paradox." quiet of sleepy Anaheim, the little Ger Ism Showers In 1SSS her life was bright Tho Uible is indeeil n wonderful book, their "duly" or commit suicide, The president of tho "American Secuman city, the former home of Mine with promised happiness. The couple Tho police promptly iclicvod Dixon of n!iko inviting luid rewnnling tho study Modjeska, nut! there she tearfully await seemed devoted to each other, and they lar union" says of the Bible that "it conresponsibility and it or iin contents. It is immctifH) in its di- - any rftrii ntiu ti iia in thu matter, i,iu . tho outcome of it all. Sho is the daughtei had a fair proportion of this world's goods tains many excellent moral precepts, but unit' " V" "" I -- ..)... .1.,.. '? kiiiiti tiMiiii,nK of John Benton, of St. Paul, Minn., a rel to insure contentment. They lived in theso are so mixed up with what is imriuiivun iihu ivi.inuii.Tui I is mat of a lunatic or whether there really It covers a vast field in tho history of exists a society of homicidal cranks beiilon atlveof Thomas H. Benton and n wealthy Showers' hotel, the property of the groom's moral as to make contamination by confew months, however, they tact imminent." and Influential citizen. She married mother. In this world, in full and copious in itH levying tdackmallandthotaklng of human This being so, is Smith eight years ago, but has resided became- estranged and occupied separate strange that somehow good people it ctJiic, and is as high iim Gml liimself in "fe. Do that us it may, the fact remains study with him very little of tho time. She is ar rooms. One day the report of a pistol was the Bible, tta Kpiritnallty. It deals with the great t,mt t,ll!, u "' "" m,'"'4 the first assault of but bad people do not. Nor is educated anil refined lady, accomplished ii heard, nnd Showers entering his wifo's nature made on Jay Gould's problem of sin mid Its remedy. In apartment, ns he claimed, found her dead there a record anywhere of a man getmusic and nrt. "" ' "" '"'-Christ and its ollicus t tl c osos tho ract tho financial ting contamination by reading the Bible, Of Xo. 2 little Is known. She ha with a pistol by her side. Ru.norsof mur; great warfare In which and ho doctrine or nd in ,Utck lmtlll,1,Iltor ,1US for y,arsthe sent her message of Inquiry; the answci der letl to his arrest, but sixteen months while every day there occur instances of Njv.o.ir, enp.ged .a.n. i.iu ...... u. v.uinui i.iurvtitaiiuuoi t that naturally he has many foe-- , Some she has received may cause n shock from later ho was acquitted of thociiarge of kill men lieing thoroughly reformed by tho which she will never fully recover, hut thai ing his wife. sinners, ltinmnt light upon tho great fut- j tiino ago one of them threw him over a influence of this one book. Here isa is a matter of speculation only. Charles Moore, brother of thedead wom- very curious case of contradiction an ure, and by the lasting issues of immor- j fence and inflicted on him serious physical Xo, 3 is descritwd by her brother ns 1 an, took an active part in the prosecution tality shows what this life really moans. t damage. His former partner. Jim Fisk, immoral book, which yet does not make lovely young girl, very confiding and lin- of Showers, and n bitter feud spratig up its readers iin.nural, Dibit) is not, upon its own showing, met a violent death, and (Sould himself Tho but on the contrary ing, who was smitten at first sight by tin between them. .Moore, who was deputy it liook for n hasty glance, or merely mi is said to emptoy stalwart men to follow dashing manner and suavo ways of Sniitl circuit clerk, was subsequently charged turns felons and profligates into models him about aud guard "IMIC" WIION". occasional and careless thought. It so- attack on his person. against any possible with embezzlement. The grand jury in- of upright living. Suppose that the aud trusted hi m implicitly He also said to licits protracted and earnest study, and have built the costly yachtIsAtalanta that still possessed of wealth, tho heir Is quite And Xo. 4, v hat issue like? What is bet dicted him aud he lied thu state. This was American Secular union tries its hand at it is only uhm tins condition that it ho might journey to ami from his country likely to look down from the cynical height stoiy? Smith only knows. He may hat Showers' opportunity to get even with his producing an ethical scheme which will yields to tho soul its richest treasures. homoiin the Hudson without incurring Lhe of experience and denounce his fellowcrea to tell it to the court, and then all wil brother-in-laHe offered a rewartl for work the transformations wrought by A lifetime thus opetit will not exhaust perils of traveling by rail in company with tuivsas thieeaiid scoundrels. They are know. Until then thu surmise is that slit tho capture of Moore, who was brought the Gospels. For surely they ought not not, of cnur.se. only a few deserve such U, like tho others, tho victim of misplace back from Texas, where ho bad settled in to take away a tried remedial it or tnako it tamo and commonplacu by j strungers agency unbusine.-s-, nnd placed under $1,000 ball. characterization Hut then the millionaire affect ion. reason oi laniuiariiy. til they can furnish a letter to put in its llie experionco lias some uxcusv for his false view of hu Showers swore that ho would put the What about this man who has dilute, of all Biblo students is that the moro inanity, lie is the natural prey of human his affection: and made them go so far' man in the penitentiary; it is even said that place. Christian Intelligencer. they study the IJook the greater aro its ' wolves, hyenas and coyotes. Women would call him handsome, perhapa ho threatened to have bis life. However that interest and charms to their minds, ' Fnr.n C. Davton. Ho possesses n ready tongue nnd n ferlilt may bo, showers started tor tho couit Tlio t nrth's Ilegeiieriitlnu. ' They learn to lovo tho ntudy. brain; he has seen much of the world ami house recently with the avowed purpose of The earth was indeed bountiful in her Tho real wants of human nature j its ways, ami his intentions, it would seem getting Moore's bond increased. Moore. virgin youth, comely ns a bride adorned 1'inir t;iiterl Women Hater,. In tha hall whether cultured or uncultured, in pov- - j Few women haters are so popular nnd to an outsider, are just slightly dishonor armed with a shotgun. "av for her husband. But she '1 hud u.nny crty or in opulence, in n cottage or on a resKcted as the four Kunkel brothers, who able. At any rate he ha engaged in tnort of the court room aud without word kili.-- days of having b -- ii divorc-him. It was claimed thatSuowerswaso.it live in an ohl f.isuioned log house near matrimony than the law allows at one time throne aro esw'iitially the same, and thu ' for blood, his pistol, li.uted hut unci clJ. from her roynl partner, the glorious W. C. HOOABOOM. The eldest is eighty We.inersville. Pa "great salvation" of Jesus Cluist is thu was found by the side of h's body. Moore cloud symbol of tlio divine pre.s.mco. nnd the youngest sixty-one- . They do all ono all sufficient remedy to meet these was arrested, of course, but refused to oiler These long uge.s "Iciiabxl" has been r.uscullv Itusslan onicer. tho work on their valuablo farm und allow-nwants. Preach this N'llvation precisely It has been, discovered that Evu Bloch.j any plea or excuse for tho shooting which written on her wall.-- , for, nlas. "the female about tho premises. They are as it is revealed in tho Bible, and let it celebrated for making the bent butter, the young and beautiful girl who hanged witnesses aver was none coouy ami ueliie glory has deiwrted." Nevertheless, the tell itH own story and product) itH own bread and pies iu all that region. After herself in the Union depot at Pittsburg erately. The Showers family have lcou days of her divorcement shall end, and impression. It was good enough in the the death of their parents, thp only women early Iu March, came of n family with high particularly 111 fated. The father met a the friendly cloud will again kiss her ago of Christ mid his aiiostles, mid with whom they ever associated were their connections in Europe. She ran away from sudden death, and a son committed suicide purified lips, and evermore dwell upou some time before this het tragedy. two sisters, who never married, but resided Warsaw with Victor I vauovIcNovomejsky, wrought wondera then, aud has not her radiant hills (Kt. iv, 4, 5). Ho who an officer iu the Siberian artillery, who de with their brothers In the ancestral homepaused out of date iu this Nineteenth A Well Pull or Mixed I)ifiil;. bus told as of the birth of our planet by stead. They studiously avoided tho com century. What tho world wants is Hiblo rtKS-; With tho opening of each summer sea- creation, has al.-- predicted her second pnuionshlp of men, as their brothers do vn WW salvation, and tho ministry of Christ s :5 AWA son rumors float about, often instigated by birth by the resurrection from the dead. that of women. Ten years ago the sisters N. should seek to bo "mighty" iu expoundinterested rivals, to the effect that tho died, and since then tho brothers have lived Christiau Herald. ing und applying that salvation. Ilero mineral springs at this or that resort aro by themselves, industrious and content. A. T. STKWAIJT c l" "played out" and are kept going by the adis a field for nil its power exercised in the farm tho ICunkeU Occasionally desperate speculators use Besides "JIj- l'atlier Kuonroth." dition of chemicals. If there is any truth best possible form. Independent. his magic uama to conjure with iu stock have $10,000 out at Interest. Their agreePrecious thought, iny father knowoth. in these reports there remains a chance for operations, the most notable instance being ment is to keep tho accumulated wealth In his lovo I rest; at least one spring owner to recoup himthe forgery of his signature to a document together its long as there Is a survivor. Thn Siiul'n XVnrfitrfi. For wliato'er my father doeth self by making an Investment nt AnderThey are all very religious, and tho last 3 ut bo Hi ways host. - ''5 How frequently in tho New Tcstmnent icuarantcHng dlrldends on U4) stock of the one living is to make a will by which tho son, Intl. Not long ago tho Big Four saKosv Kugland railway. Kvenf. hen he goes Well I know tho heart that planneta is tho Christian life represented as a loon at that place was raided by people Nought but good for mo; alro.td for recreation ho does not escape estate will eventually bo devoted to charij j ' who turned the faucets to a number of Wo tinil enemies hot forth with the schemes and importunities of Joy and sorrow Interwoven, f.7 V fortune itable objects. whisky, wine nnd brandy casks, allowing bote in all I see. whom constant contention is regarded as seekers. During his last trip to Kurope he KVA BLOCH. KOVOMKJSKY. COO gallons of the liquor to run out. Near inevitnbla the propensities of our own was beset on all sides, nnd returned tired serted her whllo on their wny to the west, Precious thought, my father knoweth, rrlshtdil Title of a Prltoner. the. hearts, "fleshly lnsto which war against nut Instead of rested. Among other things Careth for his child; Contact with the Caucasian nations has after n few weeks' sojourn in Xew York. tho saloon is a well forty feet deep, andway of tho Wits mo nastlo closer to him soul," pride, eovetousuoas and other brought to his uotlco was a huge bogus small effect on the innate and hideous Xovomejsky returned to Russia and was contents .....11 casks havo found their I.. tho lnn l. iicii. When tho storms t wild. lu.viuc iuer iniuiieu irom lb is fcvils which, constantly springing np, are diamond, which tho owner offered to noil tendency to frightful cruelty xvhlch char seized by the authorities, who have written quite intoxicating, Though mr earthly hopes aro shattered. and proierly manipuarmy withiu tis. Then there are for the sum of tt.000,000. With tho experi acterizes the true oriental. The shah of to the Pittsburg coroner for full detalla lated might command a wide sale as the ns an Anil tho teardrops fall. fato of enco of every day and in touch with the concerning Eva's abandonment and Persia has Yet ho Is himself my sohtco. tho temptations of tho world and tlio fre- Stewart before his eyes, ittho reported A. T civilization twice been yet he is ns great a cide. Abduction is a serious offense sui mast astonishingly mixed summer bevis of Kurope, in erage that Yea, my "ull la all." quent assaults and enticements of Satan. Mr. Uould has arranged to prevent any post barbarian as Tamerlane, and the fiendishon record. Russia, ami if it Is proven that Xovomejsky So we find the apostle very carefully seta mortem desecration of his body by thocon ness shown in his realm with regard to left Eva iu a destitute condition, his com Sweet to tell hbn all ho knoweth. III Klmlnesa Caused III Dentil. Roll on him thu care. forth thn armor that a Christian needs. struction of a tomb which is guaranteed to puuUhinetit nnd tho absence of nil respect mission will bo taken from him and lie Frequently man loses Cost upon himself the burdeu He tells us of "truth," "righteousness," defy the efforts of tho most expert scotin for tho law aro almost beyond belief. Not will be sentenced to several years nt hard risking it iu the performancehis life while of a deed of That I cannot bear. long ago a prisoner, by mere accident, up- labor In the Siberian mines. It is reported "faith," "prayer" and the "sword of tho drel who ever attempted to rob a grave. Then wit'.iont care oppressing, Like Gould, Stewart, tho dry goods set n lamp which fell upon one of the that Eva and Victor quarreled on the train bravery and daring, hut it is seldom that Simply to lie still, spirit, which is tho Word of God," as inlife is sacrificed in tho mere performanco Giving thanks tohlai for all thins. dispensable to the man who would lxi prince, endured much by reason of 1111 warders, and, taking tns, burnt him seri- Just before arriving in Pittsburg. of a kind deed. But it is thought the upon his hnrdly ously if not fatally. The wretched prisonlawful Since It is his will. .vf" victorions. How few Christian professors earned demands made death of John N. Ames, formerly of Cambut enormous assets, bike Gould, wardWork or Ilia Liglitnlntr. was given up to tho friends of Oh, to trust him then more fully.' den, Me., which occurred In Detroit rein our day have any conception, of the also, the shrewd Scotchmnu was rarely er to be punished as they chose, the they A few days ago lightning er and a house Just to simply moto Christian lifo as such a warfare us Paul deceived, and gave up little in tho way of absolutely covered him with petroleum, at Xorwich, Conn., and cutstruck an inch cently, was caused in this way. He took a half In the conscious, calm enjoyment describes, aud how few realize any such tribute to swindlers or blackmailers then wrapped him in a blanket and set fire off the rim of an inverted goblet on a Ui- sick, friendless boy from tho street Into his Or the father's love. owu Knowing lhat life's checkered iwthwajr conflict as Christ intimates when he Only after his death did the hutuau to him. All this was done in a public ble, leaving the goblet otherwise undis- office, wrapped him in his who overcoat and notified tho authorities, took hbn Ieatleth to his rest. makes his grand promises "to him that byenns triumph. They stole the corpse, place at Teheran, no feeling of horror be- turbed The electricity also set the bands to the hospital, where he soon died of maS&tbned tho wny ho taketH they held it tor ransom, aud, if the un- ing evoked, apparently, by such a revolt- on the clock ahead tour hours without lignant diphtheria, Mr. overcometh." Christian Iumiirtir. Ames was soon Mast, bo ahruys best. dented report Is to be believed, they ing spectucle. stopping tho clock. -- L. W. la Ckridtlu Herald. taken with the same disease and died. d I I PCjj aKgni, i":,7 jCciitly inmle bv Charles J Dixon to extort n large Rum of moiie) from .lay Gould U tho latest of those Incident which fioin Uinu to time iniike it plain to people of modcr ate circumstance that the life of a millionaire is not a continual round Ho died the other day at vv-ii-vivyxixy Worcester, Mum., leaving n vast fortune to which every niHn in America who uses barb-- d wire has contributed a mite. Vet All Claim Wilbur V. Smith for that foit line for years seemed in direst peril. a Husband. About 1880 Mr Moen to furnish large uuiontittt of money to an ex hostler known as Levi, or "Doe" Wilson This person .started a bank nrcount on which II K IS IN A CALIFORNIA JAIL. ho drew lavishly, and which was always replenished by Moon's checks, ouu of these llntr Arnxt Tiiru Minor Criminal Ofli-nrItelng for K'.,000. and the deposit for a lilnnclit In I.li;lit Hid I'iIm.iht'i Mittrl-nusingle twelvemonth amounting to $200,000 lut r.tplnlti A HtnnWIniii-n-t if These payments, lor no ascertainable valuu received, continued up to ISSS. Then the groat wire itionopollst refused to be The peculiar facts a t lie v are developed bled auy longer There followed a milt at in the case of William Smith, alias Wilbur law, but in court as well as out the plain- V. Smith, of San Diego, Cnl., arc sensa tiff and defendant carefully guarded the tloual to a high degree. They reveal the secret of one's hold upon the other Not fctartling methods employed by a man who even their lawyer were given a hint as to has promised to love, cherish und providi Its nature tint after tho h'gal tilt Moen for four wives reading in four different Is thought to have made no more contribu parts of the country tlous, ami Wilson drifted downward to Only a few weeks ago Wilbur V. Smith In eight years he was living riuietlv in a charniim: cotttiue poveity and obscurity had obtained and squandered nearly L'. jln the city of Santa Ana, Cab, enjoying tin XJO.0O0. companionship of a naiuty little .Mrs Smith and a fifteen-year-oldaughter. He cently ho was tried in the courts of Santa Monica for burglary, and acipiitted on n technicality Today he is held by tho foui walls of Orange, enmity's prison, charged with attempting to defrau 1 an inn. -.d strangest of all. Hfit the c.tso of k Moon U the i uATn i m UTITTnCI iixi uJt v ViW she was the come of which ho w us to n a v e through life His mother, who died last March, teems also to have lacked Tfmplnton' Siernt ullh a Millionaire' Hon. It was prophesied early in Ids lifo that Howell Oslxirn would bo one of tho richest young men In America His father, Charles I. Osborn, was perhaps the best known broker of Xew York, tho yearly commissions paid to his firm amounting to $750,. 000 But when the ohl gentleman died no money was to Howell outright; f.YW.OOO was left to him iu trust, the In Alleged ,,, BURLESQUE QUEEN. HOW THEY The Xnliir-.t- l ARE KEPT BACK "I". I,.-,- ,, 111 By her Howell. will a fund of ?JO0,. A 000 is established Jett lor mm He can ZiUAX 1 Ji$ enjoy tho income during life, mid may dispose of tho principal by will to "such lineal descendants as may iiowi li. osnonv be the Issue between him and a wife who, prior to such marriage, had not at anytime acted, sung or danced nrofesdonallv. or otherwise performed for hire on u dramatic Htage or other place of amusement or entertainment," If Howell did not oppose thu probtto of tho will he was to huvo tho Income of an additional 100,0U0 aud of the residue of the estatu after bequests aro paid, which Is miarded in tho same mau-uern- s confidence in 3fi) if )' SK - r ,.. - 21-2- 8). aA -- vw 3 'Ji J 1 to I . I ' - p dit-lik- e pre-'is- o , MwwLy re-U't- w I $ pi f - J r r f. X AY j w bt ' rS4 i , it-e- lf. y -- V T y cnl-t'ir- t. iiive-tmeu" t" cu-e- T $fo WS ff ; jirtK-es- i far Delay. Varro, a Roman author, said ho sent in many directions to find out from men what they thought to bo the chief good. He received thrpo hundred and twenty different replies, so many opinions wero there in the world as to what was really the chief good to be sought after mid the chief joy to be received. Blessed be God. are not left tp a wild guertt upon this s.il.j imt we luivo in tho Bible a of the fact that tho Iiigh-s- good nnd the gladdest joy of the soul is the service of God. the religion of Christ is compared iin the Bible to the light, but it i brighter than that. It is compared to the rock, but it is firmer than that. And the Lord Jesus Christ, the great central force of that religion, is represented ns a fehepherd, but he is more careful than a shepherd. He h represented as a of salvation, but he is braver than any earthly officer. He is represented a the morning etar heralding the day, but he is a brighter and more glorioas promise to the soul upon which ha shines. Now, if nil theso things aro true, why is it that tlio vast majority of men do not come nnd receive this Christ nnd accept tliia gospel? There aro those who are kept back from tho religious life because they feel they are too young to come. They say: "We shall livo twenty, or thirty, or forty, or sixty years, mid in that long reach of God"s mercy there will bo plenty of time to attend to thaw things. Meanwhile let ns eat. drink. and lwjnerry." Are you too young to servo God? Yes, if you aro too young to receive unyin.Tci Mitt his hand; if you are too young to sit ut the table of hi bounty; if you are too young to bo clothed by his goodness, to" be fed by his love, to bo sheltered by his benefaction, to bo cired for by his loving l:indncs3 thou you nit) too young. Yet the fact of your youth, instead of being the ieason why you should stay away from Christ, is the very reason why you should come. Esjiecial prbmue is given to you now that will never be given to you again. Besides that, are you not aware of the fact that if you put oil the day of grace until theyearsof your youth hnvo passed. in all probability you put it off forever? Do you not know that if yon take up tho church record- in auy religious organization the world over you will find that tho vast majority of those who find their way into tho kingdom of Christ come in their early days? Do you not know that if a man allows twenty-liv- e years of his life to pass without having found tho peaco and hope of the gospel, the strong probabilities are twenty to one, ono hundred toone that ho will die in his sins? Do you not know that tho day of youth is tho especial day of God's mercy; that you cannot, without infinite risk to your "soul, adjourn the mutter; that it is far easier to come to Christ tit five years of ago than at ten, at ten than at fifteen, at twenty than iittwenty-fivo- ; and that if there are obstacles in the way now thoy will multiply anil augment until Alps.nre piled on Alps and Himalayas on Himalayas, and you will never bcalo the heights? Christian Herald. lines tt-- .' Ilrart f)ivlr Many Bi-- e v, .b-- po-it- no stit-mu- nt t rap-tai- n n - trt !...... I iu.-vjiiieiii- i ( .' """""- '" " ; 11 - "'hre-fttenln- i j 1 u I i mm ri h-- 11 d i o V ! SS--.-ia- it- Wv. f.' C32 x-- ; o v k2?'&i& - war-iAr- e. tioc 'y- 1 1 t- -. 1 I U-a- , - 11 11 n 1 r,,' -- r . itHJtmtmmiw . - u ft -- - fvt' ..Lw jl ,.. j gjjj . I" !' ..'"n....- - 3. .. Mfcyi'grfaiM;l','i1' mi r i M.VJ iy .hii4hm.ii'.J iftfr4'r n. i' iwii. ... r IMil IWIWWT "'" fcMliq li '11-- :? :J1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal W. F WALTON. Stanford, Ky., k May 22. 1891 EIGHT PAGES. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Ooverner 1 State.John Of Henderson. Of Hell. W. oung Hron A I ford Lleut..Gocrnor Attorney General Of Flemlnc. Auditor Or Uoone. Mitchell C. J Hendtick I.uke C. Norman H. Of Graves. S Treasurer Register Of Wolfe. Hale 0. K. P- - aeo Thompson A. Adam Supt. lustruction Of Clerk Court Apperls Of Harrison. 0en. Judge Representative County. ! d W ' Varnoli It. Edmitton 0 . it II Ai ft i! Willis Griffin will shortly resume operations at his mill. Stragglers from the late Louisville convention and races are still coming in. EMv u r A The rain that fell here Wednesday scarcely laid the dust. It is unnecessary to add that rain is badly needed. The delegates who attended the Lexington Convention from this county were G. D. Cook and Squire T. W. Tate. A. Mr. Win, Geer, for some years foreman and couductorof work train, is now Main Street, Stanford, Ky, .HANKS AND GAKKIIiX, running rhrough freight south of Rowland. The Christian church is being Tho Finest on Enrth. Services are being held in The Cm. ilium. Hamilton ,V Dawoii R K u only line running Pulliwan't I'ertected Safety the court house until the repairs are the VeMibulcil lr4ln, with Chair. I'.irlor. Mtoping nnd Dining Car oervwe lctcri CmunnMU, In finished. iliarupoli ml Chu.i:' ami it the on I) line run Mr. Edmonds, the engineer killed i.ng lilt nigh Reclining Cluir Lit btrrrn t nnnti, Keokuk and Miring'teld, III. 4ntlMriini; in a collision near Birmingham a few Cir Cine nnsti to Ma kina; and the Tiik Alliance and numerous other or days ago, ran on this division for some Only Direct Lino lletwrrn Cincinnati, Ia)loH I. una, TIrlo, Deganizations have pooled their issues and time as fireman. troit, the I ale KccioHatlJ Canada. In Kvery Department. I he to.i J nc of in lh at the Cincinnati convention decided to Our commercial traveler friend,Tho. Ohwamt thenonl) line the oldeMCincinnati State ol over rntcriug form a third party to be known as the W. Floyd, has invented an ingenious nud milrt nl iliiiitilt. track, ami frumltft ttatt retrti can a. Well People's Party. The resolutions adopted useful buckle, for which he has made morvtlian attureitt patrunt ipeeO, comfort ami j tafetv Goods, Cloth, c. indorse the St. Louis, Ocala and Omaha application for a patent. licketmn ale everywhere, and cr that they C , II A I) , cither in or out of Cincinnati, platforms, and demand the big Indianapolis or Toledo. One small drummer with seven Also nice line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. K. O McCOKMICK, scheme, free silver coinage, equal taxa- trunks has a tendency to call the pious N'ice line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats and Vests, Men's and Hoys' Cenerat I'atteiigcr and 1'ukct Agent. tion, revenues limited to Government mind of the railroad agent to his early Straw I lats, all fresh no old floods in stock. requirements, an income tax, popular Sunday School training. Bucklen's Arnica Salve Highest market price paid for Cross Tics, Wool, Gengseng, Feath- The bctt lalrc in the world for cult, brtiMtt, election of the president, prohibition of A Pine Hill man, who has generally orei, ulcri, salt rheum, fever torci, letter, chapalien land ownership, favorable consid- kept up with the times, has renounced ped fundi, .!iilb'.ain,Corn and all Ur. crup Somk three score of prohibitionists met eration of universal suffrage, hard mon- that portion of geography wherein it tiont and potitivcly curea pilti.ortio pay requir eJ. It ii guaranteed to irive perfect tatitfactiot, in an Odd Fellows' Hall fn Louisville ey pension payments, and eight-hou- r rrtce 5 cent per Lot, suites that the earth turns on its axis or money relunded Tuesday and went through with the J. K. Ci'mmins. Salesman. Crab Orchard, Ky. day, etc. A presidential ticket will and moves around the sun, and is thor- For tale by A R. Penny, Sunlord, Ky. form of nominating candidates for State be put out early in 1892. oughly convinced that the "sun do A Safo Invostmont offices, with the following result: For It one whlahl guarauteed to brine jmi tati move." governer, Josinh Harris, of Paducah; In this State of Colonels it is refreshfactory ntulit, or in Cate of dilute, a return of AT h Dr. A. Lovell shipped to your purchate price. On thit tafc plan joucan lieutenant governor, H. M. Winslow; at- ing to see a man take a lower rank, even our which buy fromNew advcititnl dtiucH't a bottle ol It Drit of a torney geneneral, E. J. Polk; auditor, if he does print it as a handle to his Ditiotcry fo lufoumption. Kmc't when rclict.lit ejery W. W. Goddard, of Mercer; treasurer, .7. name. The new editor of tho Barbour-vill- e was mined near this place. Sample lots guaranteed to bring of the thrcl,lunKtcate chett, or my alfei lion had been tested heretofore and the arti- used for continuption, Tirrntminatioii of the lung, tuch at M. Holmes; register of land office, A. B. News signs himself Major E. W. bronchitis, atthtna, whooping cough croup, rtc , Jones; clerk of the courtof appeals, K. S. Freeman, which may be the correct thing cle pronounced good by the furnace men. etc It It pleatant and agterable to thr lam-- , per. Your Double Shovel Plows get, a t be relied upon. 'I rial Friend. The Hon. Alexander Lusk was in his former home in New Hampshire, Should the sample car come up to the fitly safe and can Kalw1'enny't drug ttore And the best Lubricating Oil you can bet. will bottlet free at standard expected of it, a big trade put in nomination for last office but fail- but it looks rather odd in Kentucky. Cages for your dear little pets; be established in the fire clay business. The platform contains the ed gtt there. Morlt Wins. WVdiMreto av to our citirent that for year we Miss Mattie Newcomb is in receipt The latest st les in Toilet Sets. NEWSY NOTES. usual platitudes, but wisely makes no New Ditcmeri for have been ollmtrDr Klng of a large and beautiful collection of Convumptton, Dr Kmg't Set- Life I'ilK reference to woman suffrage. Several A car laden 'with dynamite exploded more than 1200 sen shells, sent by her never Arnica Salve and Kleclric Hitters and have colored preachers were on hand and beghandled remedict that tell at well or the on the Hudson River road and killed 30 William, from Galveston. have given tinh utuvrrtal aatitlaction. We do brother, ged for a place on the ticket, but they people. guarvntee them every jimeaiid we not hentate With the assortment there are other cu- atand ready to refund the purchat price if tativ were not accorded even that small honto Dr. L. Herr, Kentucky's pioneer Thete do not riosities, such as a saw fish's bill, a mum- factory retulu won their follow- their ute purely or. The whole business only required a trotting horse great popularity remediet have breeder, is dead at' his A. R lViiny, Druggut mified toad fish, a uest fish aud a small in their mem Jew hours and the convention adjournhome, near Lexington. alligator. A neatly bound set of Waver-l- y ed. Fire at Jacksonville, Fla., destroyed Miles' Norve and Liver I'llls Novels accompanied the presents. the liter, telegraphed the Mohawk block and other business Acton a new A pretty little story is A new tomach and bowel through the nerve. Mr. Dick Moberly tells us that yescure liilioiu to John Young property, valued at 5."00,000. from New York that Dr Mile' Pill speedily ditcovery , terday near Conway, this county, a nett, bad title, turpid liver, conttipatioti The ballot for U. S. Senator in FlorBrown's charming daughter is largely Smuliett women, children Untniualed for number of boys chased a rabbit into mildest, turevt. men,doaet s Cent, amplei free jo due his candidacy for governor. She ida continues without result. Call leads hole. at A. K I'enny't, Stanford a brush pile that was over a sink had great ambition to see him chief ex- leads with ol, Mays A", and Bloxham 1. Dtjlfrlu The terrific hail storm, near Gaines- They fired the brush to make theanimal ecutive of the State, but it was not until Croat IllMovurcrH, come out. After it burned for a time after many and earnest pleadingsdidshe ville, Texas, notonly destroyed $500,000 Whm lln K noon mo to llif irlfiilionf nnd WATCHES, flames rolled up to a heightof a hundred elecir.citj. in. 'i the l'ittkbuti; Noun. Ir. Prut U CLOCK UD 0TO1T. nv ixl his consent. A fter obtaiuing it the worth of crops, hut killed many tiiotia- - feet with a loud report, and continued lln Miit-- tlir well known ,Mcia lt tifrv. on story coes that Miss Brown went at once , aud of small animals it to Hip tiorvon kyMcinnml nerve W. H. Thompson, an accomplished burning for hours. The fire is still go- fllllU Allium? Ins iililiriiili diloverir of till the to see Mr. Watterson who promised the) Ketnr.it height of grvut'ti rIt N'crui.B t nmliiiibtttli) our. a UeiairinB neatly and promptmiMirimvxM in iirvount's support, and the rnce'yaung newspaper man, died in Louis- - ing on though at teduced s fiin'i., c.iatirfcoi ilf, iioiiu, two nines dvpii!a. rir.i Uriie, .ei'iH"MiL"t.iie'iralt;!.. lia i ir ..!iiT,,l,,i.. lie niiBiiauilul .i ex- -, Maine. At unoiiier ... ly done. waa begun in earnest. The young lady vinu jiicduu;. ine ,., aclir. in. Um Itii . .1. ....A.. tic t'.ft Iml bo'it.iot i may lw hail of A It "ul"cr B,u"1" . was born in Washington while her fath- - postmaster, .Mrs. Thompson. l'enriv. tlrui'i-i-A' . uwl All A.I imiiiIiI nuil III Z Vine ' .Slurtiiui ihImJu. I t Aftit tJ.' a vorjr nun--- As the result of a collision on the naiu orhe uu """ erw-aa congressman and is said not on-ai.ti iini'U iiiuniruti'tl txxiU. Kilo to I will take old gold or silver in exchange lor joods. onmueriU,ie (Stanford, Ky.) alL handsome, but to inherit L. X., near Thelan's Station, Ala., Kn-- 1 Ir to rhooil. It is supposed to be natural A Villtllll)lc Ilhf fl'.V. many of her father's sterling traits of gineer D. Kdmuuds and Fireman Lester of youth Dr drown a8- rlmr every ono may In ' Drown were scalded to death. l l.miwt mind and heart. ' T- - w- - Ueer is ba,!n8 8,e(tor nml an liiiiHir'ant MiMrry ("it llnirt Ctirn thul Dr IViiikMn Miet'Nfn -- There is a dutv of L'O per cent, on uflllclcil with Iv Itliusuivni thoiii.iiuN The Louisville Poht says the lack of queen bees, while the drone is admitted "legraph operator at ' 11" ((.uarry.i teriour. he.irtilixMt u NcW LojlHO of Llfo. on in that city is 'free. And yet some neonle claim that' Capt. Frank Harris, the accommodating DrinrgNt who curt otienn it erv hlsh'y many tH hotel aceomnioiiations of It. ciittniner vcry whfri) iriosik master of trains, stopped over a lew Mr John UVatvr of KiiightMown, Iml , uy apparent, llns will not le in . the .McKinley bill is not against labor. painfully ( ur "1 have mid unit Mile' " with us Wednesday. Mr. Win. have rrrmveii much of IJr report. Nev O .Monroe, the nature of news to lully a tno.isanu T,)e SupreIue Lod iiMiiy cooil Kn, , of) minutes Wil-diof Dunkirk N Y , reports luigo ale. 'And farmer near delegates, who hu.iK around on nails or , Stewart, a prominent refllBp, tQ limjt the the bet l part of tl every bottle ha iriven satis seriously ill. Mr. George Jackson, isfaction." Sold and guaranteed by A It. Ten. sat up all night .luring the late conven- - IjeBll tQ f ye ny, Stanford, Ky ' who was engaged on the Signal, resigned tion, because they had not place to lay Wenn,a, 8e8H0 am, d(,c. weary heads. Louisville will have omda, fla,arie8 his position two weeks since on account their Who Has a Capped Hock ? Mrs. Xesbitt, whose C C niith, treaturer nl I.ale Coiintv In ' , of his health. to have her attractions strung out or The deserted wife of .MichaeMVelch, cured a who reMile Crown Point, wrltft. build uew quarters fur her visitois. 0f Pittsburg, started on foot to reach school closes this week, gave a delightful capped hoik atvtlth one Ixittle iifl.'iiliin' "I Ointment 1 ioI iraalr'a null wlirtvvt.fi .. llOW llHlllv HIIH r:.. .,.!., !., '.. It in thehett thf ii I have ever uted on "ft t v. "" ear rortsmouin party to her pupils Tuesday night. Mrs. bunches '' llorieiiieu who detlre reliable rem nicuuo in """ "ivas deticient in this respect, and tiiere-- 1 o., she gave birth to a child in ditch ' W M. Weber will attend the closing ex edy lisp the above preparation PREPARED BY RICHARDS0N-TAYl- 0 MED. CO. ST. LOUIS M0. an unfavorable in- uy the roadside. by gave many people ercises at Hamilton College, Lexington, pression of her. her daughter is attending school. Daisy Reynolds, a young white girl, where who became infatuated with a negro Mr. D. N. Williams and wife visited A Yorx(. girl at Indianapolis went to near Wiltshire, O., was found dead in a Scaffold Cave during the week. Mr. When Baby wan slclt, wo gare her Oxtorla. bed smoking u cigarette, and thu cloth- .deserted hut in a lonely forest near New Samuel McClure has been given a sec- When she. was a Child, she cried for CaMoria. ing catching tire, she was burned to Corydon, where the brute had left her tion on the K. C, near Sinks. .Mr. G. When she became Mis, she clung to Castoria. death. Her loss will not bo greatly felt. to die. T. O'Dryan, formerly agent at Living- When she had Chll Iren, she gave them Castorla It is bad enough for a boy to smoke the A terrific cyclone passed near Mexi- ston, now ticket agent for the L. it X., poisonous things, and :t girl who starts co, Mo yesterday, and did great dam- passed down the line Monday on his life that way had just as well be cut oll'j age. Already about 12 persons are re- way to see the Magic City. Mr. E. W. then as later. ported killed; as many more fatally Denney and wife left Monday for a visit " Hfeat many seriously to Missouri and Western points. Mr. The types made us say that (Jov John injured. SAI.K Drown graduated at Centre Col- hurt. The district swept in this locality Willie D. Myers, who has been conductYoung 1885. Of course wo wrote LSw. was L'OO yards wide and about l'J miles ing the business of JVowels k Co., for lege in the last eight months, has gone to Woodfor and The Governor is not so much of a spring lonR- Two Sixth district fanners and a lot bine to accept another position. Mr. J. The Very Desirable Residence chicken as our first figures would make of delegates from otherStates to theCin- - W. Stephens manipulator of the Morse And I he home it jjjm' on Danville street "Cattorla Is no well adapted to chuMroo that Caatorla nirrs Colic, Constipation, in good repair and I recommend ItassuperiortoanyprescrlpUon Hour Htnuiacu, DiarrhuM. Eructation, Icinnati convention met in Covincton code, nightfl, at Livingston, was here Urge and Leautitul contain 5 room. he yard it aoJ altogether Kills Woriua, giietf sleep, and promote dl- known to me." II. A. Anciira, M. I)., one county in Kentucky last night and organized the "People's Sunday to Bee the young ladies. Mrs. pehtion. Tiieuk is HI So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y, Without injurious medication. Tho Place ia ono of the Most Dewhich ia outgrowing the name of dark Party of Kentucky." A State ticket S. W. Parrss was at Crab Orchard Wedlightful In Town. Tut Csntacr CouriNT, 77 Murray Btreet, M. Y and bloody ground. Caldwell county was put in the field, with Col. Pollock nesday at the burial of her cousin, Mr. Will trll or rent on eaty terms'. has not had a murder for ten years and Darbour, of Jefferson comity, for Gov- Gonnley. Mr. J. W. Xesbittisat Gray's MISS MAKY E. VAKNOX, tt ernor. Sunlord, ky. no other crime of much importance. shipping staves. bus-ines- organs are mating Tjik much nilo over the failure of the democratic convention to pledge s iteelf for Cleveland. The fact of the is the resolution was not presented until the very last moment of the life of Jiody and when nearly all of the dele- pates had left hall, save a few who were "out of humor with G rover" and who forced an adjournment before it could he acted upon. To use this as and evidence that Kentucky is ng.iinst Cleveland is worse than a drowning man catching at fit raw s. There was nothing so fully demonstrated during the convention as the devotion of the delegates to the His name was never mentioned but thunders of applause followed and when Mr. Mckenzie saul all Hell can not keep him from being the nest nominee for president Leiderkrantz Hall shook from foundation to turret. Senator Blackburn may make the most of hi8 8uccest in running a free coiuage of silver plank in the platform, which he did purely to gratify a personal pique at Mr. Cleveland, but the fact remains that is nearer to the Kenthe than any man in the tucky heart country and not the least of the reasons .for it is because of the enemies he has made. Ken-tuck- y ent to-da- y Col. W. 0. Bradley has fully demonstrated, what wo said all along, that he is the head of tho republican party in Kentucky. He had every thing his own way at Lexington, his selection, I). G. being made temporary chairman and Hon. John V. Yerkes being chosen to succeed Gen. V. J. Kaudrnm ns Committeeman from this dustriet. The General denied that ho was a candidate and took occasion to say some bittor words about tho "disreputable" means resorted to oust him. He claimed that he was fighting the democrats when Col. Bradley was voting with them and asserted that he had done more to make the Colonel what he is than any man in Kentucky. The permanent chairman was also a Bradley man, Hon. John Felaud, of Hopkins villo, in fact every thing was as the Colonel directed from first to last. His candidate, Hon. A. T. Wood, was nominated on the first ballot, Denny and the other entries showing so far in the rear as to prove that they were not in it. The entire result is a big victory for Col. Bradley, who at one fell swoop downed the whole kit from Wilson down. Of course nil this could not be done without tramping on somebody's toes and the disgruntled are going to make it hot for the victors and a big row is brewing in the g. o. p. Col-eo- Tho Elks have had a glorious meet ing at Louisville this week and the city has put tho big pot In the little one for them. Nearly J(X) lodges were represented. Mrs. G. T.Stagg, of Frankfott, Ky., tarpon at Koit caught n Mvers. Fin., with rod and reel, but it mintook her an hour nnd twenty-fivutes to do it. The largest caught heretofore was 1S4 pounds. Clayton Lloyd, formerly a Dale county, Ala., minister, and recently sentenced to prison for poisoning his wife and live children, was shot dead by a guard while in the act of setting fire to the convict quarters at Pratt coal mines. M. Kunchel Herculais, a French savant, President of the F.ntomologicnl So- cietv, employed by the Government to investigate the locust plague now devastating Algiers, fell asleep and wascovercd and smothered to death by a living llooil of the insects. cases transferrThe ed to Clark county, were continued til) the fall term. Among the noted persons present as witnesses was Claiborne Jones, of Knott county, who is credited men. with having killed twenty-onHis best day's work was seven men one morning before breakfast. e French-Kversole e The Louisville Store Offers for this week special bargains in Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods. Xou. irill find, our stock of Sucks, frocks, Cutaways and. frinecAluvri oicics niuue up ui inc uesc of siyie, wun zne uest irinminifs una or inc most desiraMe fabrics j and wo can guarantee you a saring ofSJf) to $20 on regular custom tailor cJiarges. From light weight summer suits to spring orercoats, we carrry everything the trade demands, all grades, - From the Cheapest to the Best, re received also an elegant line of new upwards; children's Suits $ J. 50. pants, which we will sell at 7.27 a, pair. Gents' black Sat inc shirts 50c. Jbvie usiuao, we offer for tlie ween special bargains in dry g oods, shoes, Jltts- tin underwear, eurtuijis, carpets, oilcloth, straw matting, Irunkv, and. in ladies' . nien.'s find cliildrcn's Jia'ts: tliru n.rp, annic. at fhnsn black be corsets left. Come in and get one before i1iy are all gone. And. on every purchase remember ire ma he the most pleasing price. Cotton- n i aac puui.s for tins ween, ai ouc; uoys nice pants zoc; mens suits from co MATHERS ski.f-i.acin- c; MT. VERNON, ROGKCASTLECOUNTY. nomination of John Young Brown has been received with enthusiasm by all the democratic papers in the State and the republican papers have spoken complimentary of it. Tito Covington adjunct of the Cincinnati Post alone speaks disparagingly of him, but this was expected of "the kind" of a Clay advocate it was. Says tho smart Aleck: "Mr. Brown has no especial (nullifications that lit him for the ollice. He is a good campaign speaker, and once upon n time when quite a young man and in Congress he "sassed" old Ben Butler. This is his record." It is useless now for the Post to keep up its fight for Clay. That gentleman certainly does not wish it and it could do him nothing but harm if he did. The HIHiikA2S At SJ per pair. Jlggs bougil at the higlicst market price. KID GLOVES I'KllAXSKY, Proprietor. Managers. in-- OUR STOCK IS COMPL ETE Just. Itcccired Assorted Stock of White Ginghams, Teasel d sub-treasur- y la-b- ar W. E. PERKINS, -- Middles-boroug- car-loa- d tire-cla- B. K. & W. H. Wearen's lluck-leli'- t - Refrigerators that never sweat, Water Coolers lined with charcoal jets. California Canned Goods at Reduced Prices. principle-regulati- ng tnli-t- R0BT. PEN2EL, i1im-.iv- . Courier-Journal'- s 1 ...... ". i '"-'c"'- - be-ver- "" Work Warranted. Watches a Specialty. v rk-c- i LaJ Is u I I9i. Ml , I El HE M ( -- - . ... CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. .1 -' ( ad -' FOR OR RENT. ISA M .1 M Infants Children ,..l'wi'.4..l,vA4..'Jt' waAg u5u,i.Vi. ( 1 : 4 fr, . (rr . f SW , .- V-. 3T " A4Jf3At)hfca-'--,ri' !; v. j-k - t2WX3&aBti llff f lTj?? f. Trr WBW rT.u.i.i, T1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Jouknal - German millet eeek at B. K. II. Wearen's. I & W. Stanford, Ky., . May 22, 1891 1 cents per pound for Xo live geese feathers. Joo S. Jones. 10 will pay tt.O.WALTON,BU8,MQnOROr MEANS printer can not steady employment by immediate application at this A (loon otliice Takk vour eggs to the Cash Unrgnin Store and get J2J cunta purdo.on. Joe s. .m,huim, beautifully nnil nrtisticnlly Jones. Iwin at A. It. Penny's. Hwk your watch, dock anil juwolry OiveH. K. Ifnnl your ordor for ice repaired at A. It. I'onny's. All work cream Saturday fur Sunday, prepared at uarntntt'd. Kkmi:mih:u Hint nil fcllvcrwnic. wntclien, any hour. niiKH, Ar., boiiulit at A. It. IVnny's will wii.i. sell millinery at co-- t on each ' t1 fiiKrnvcd frt' of liuri!. Friday and Saturday till further notice. Mrs. Kate Klkin. PERSONAL POINTS. BUSINESS. 1 Klder J. Q. Montgomery has been holding a protracted meeting at Bridgwater's Hall, at this place, and several have been converted. Ho is assisted j this week by Klder Zuchary, and it is hoped that much good will result from tho meeting. L. II. Dr. Carswell, a Paptist preacher at Atlanta, figures it out from Daniel's Numerical Prophecies that this mundane sphere will cease to exist Novembers, 1WM. Tho Pible says that no man knows tho day or the hour that the event will occur, but tho doctor thinks that that is all bosh. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. Confederates there is no pension list, yet no one sees a Confederate beggar or organ grinder. The nnrvivni-nt tho lost cause, are not only ing, out Know now to contribute liberally to their disabled or unfortunate comrades. Louisville Times. Itlile-liniliiself-supp- JAY-EYE-S- EE 2MmiZhi aufy. ,0ii m i t (Hickory Grove Farm, homo -Of trying every known remedy, IWift.,Msyn: n"After Hunch 5 removed Iiuko ycars f1Un(,lnf' froui a 3 i'ewr old ally, S is h in Jay.Kye-Hce)Itncln- iMrV? h Wk . CA3.K NEW ADVKKTISKMKXTS. QUINN'S OINTMENT. of. LIME I AND I BRICK. I ervJoW' rRADK Itlsthobostnrep.iratlonl lmvoeverutpdorhenrd 1 heartily It to nil Horsemen." n e nave nunurcaa o fe2k will deliver will aUo line at .$ CenUa Iliuli In I V - .. k doeHiiot AV. uth testimonial Stand. r. I and the ncihlxirhixKl. I I. uanic per noiiio. ARKyoiiriirtiKitlstrarlt. If he ICMpltlNenilua2.'ic.RtauinorRllvcr.furtrlaloox. II. KDIIY Jb CO., AViiltoliall, N. Y. - I I I I .ad on itrs at Crab JOrcliard, llrulc me a cham e. at 73 ceni a hundred (ive For Sale. Three red bull calves. R. l''in FRII1 KKELt.KR, Cral.Onhad ssssssssss 1 ,s !o. CJ. G. Poone IlOusc-ISuilclc- rs hogs, all barrows, at :! cents. We keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, which Krom now until Ihe Mil. J. I'. IIamio.v, of Hardbtown, June, ttqi, whh to in Tho Winchester un says C. P. rtene biu for the building rofS my house. The we will take pleasure li'ddmif 'Viihch" in thin olllt'e. Fox bought in showing and make sheep inTennesseo at?l plan can be tern at the itorc ,Sh.ink or In opening u box of bananas Wednes near Orchard Mil. T. I). ItsSKV lias resumed his old J. C. Huys bought of Kaht Knd par- at myhomo milm the Stanford ,V CrabIwoklmU pile, thrae from Crab Orchard day, Will Urady came acros-- j a lingo tar position in tho I)iiinville Store. Ihe material to he fnnmhed ties a bunch of fat cattle at 111 nl bld wanted oronp m self I by contractors by j reserve the riht to antula, which frighted him so he mash cents. Lksi.ik Paiwunh, of Lebanon, Iiiih been any or all bids rrjeit A C NKWI.ANI). ed it to pieces instead of capturing and viMting Iiih patentH near here. Glassware, Queensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of Iitonia races will begin on SaturMic. Kii. Cuimi returned from the exhibiting it as a curiosity. day, tho --'.lil, and continue 14 days. Baskets kept in stock, all of which we are offering cheap to the public. .... m prohibition convention yesterdtiy. o on the Ir yon want the best hinder on the Tickets will ho sold at Come and sec us. Lot on Main Street in Stanford Mim Jim Phkuitt, of Iloyle, is the market buy the Decring. For sale by K. C. D. N. Prewitt shipped a irueflt of her relative, Mint) Lucy Tate. of Containing i acres, A. T. Xunnelley, who also keejH n full Kuv 11. T. Damki. as the Kiiest of line of repairs and tho best twine made, lambs bought of Win. Go'h and others trmseasy. T WALTON, Sunfo rd. Mr. and Mrs. M. HiiiiH this week. all at prices and terms to suit the times. which averaged (11) pounds. They cost Mum. J. It. (inwo.v and the baby re- Cive him a call. ti cents. CARRIAGE IPAINTING. turned from Williamsburg WVilnewlny. It is said that a thousand barrels of Having secured the sen ices of a carTiik gram! jury of Hardin, refused to maple byrup have been put on tho marMn Cmahi.ky Koni.kk, of the 0. S., to riage painter, am now prepared to do all kinds of A ket this spring by a single Burlington .tilting his patent, Dr. and Mrs. Clif- indict Moore for killing Showers. i statement o( the trouble, together with (Vt.)ilrm. Repairing and Repainting ton Kowlur. l).i!r In- Mihm ltin Of carriages and l.ugcics. (live mc a call Jonhh lt'tt yesterday for picturus of the two men, appears in an A. Smith McCaun, of Lexington, ll&BMlLlW!jMIsBsSWsMsl& W.M I)AUGMKKT KaniuiH City to upend the Niimuier vith other part of this issue. has sold to Powerman Pros, a three-yea- r her bUU'ih. old fctallion by Wilton, dam by Red Tub lined compliment ever paid a ALEXANDER'S HOTEL, Mits. Wii.i H.oh, of itrvRtiUville, iu for ?:5,.')IX). forco appears in last Wilkes, printing olllce nml Vjiondini! a few iliiya with her mother, Salt, Lime, Cement, Tiling, Farming Implements,'&c. Theio wero --'00 cattle on sale at week's Itichmond Register, the product Seventh and Market Street, Mrn. IJeaxley. Georgetown Monday, best bringing .'31 to of our good friend, Clarence K. Woods, : Mns. Katk DcmiKitut has rented the .'!, who can draw on us for ft) cents a line :!, yeailings to 3j, yearling heifers e Louisville, - - - Kentucky, rrmdeneo advertised by Mm. X. A. and calves J7..r)0 to ?1 1. any time he wants to. A heavy hail storm, crossing Northon lower Main. WILL OI'KN MONDAY, MAR i. Miw. Ann I.kkk and Mr. Amanda Tin: entertainment to be given by ern Texas in the vicinity of Gainesville, Dicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking Valley Corn Sheller. Cowan, of SomerHet, nre vlnithiK their Mr-- J. F. (iover'a at TurnerHville Sunday night, did immense damage to I'HiHin. MrH. J. M. Hail, and other rela- promiheu to be both iiihtructivu and en- - Ileitis of wheat ready for reaping. Having Mid out our entire interest in the hotel, to our old hae moved successfully lioyable. There will bo no admission S. H. Prock, chief of tho govern- on Jelfersonvtcstreet, we fur tives here. stand that occupied )ears so 11. Mii.i.kii, Kmj., in taking rare fee hut a straw berry supper will follow ment bureau of statistics, predicts that on Seventh and Market Mreets, are now fitting it up in elegant shape, new throughout and i f Col, Bradley's rases in the lnlon to whieh i.'.'S cent only will be cli urged. corn will not go below forty cents a bush- fit v. ill m every way be elegant, includingthe outone ot Hale's Safety I'assengtr and llaggage Klevators el when the new crop is gathered. urt this week, while he ii running the with all the late in.provtments We trsnt all ol come and see us in our old home. the republican convention at l.exing- - The Advocate says Mr. T. M. I.illard's A3STD Peuson Cobb has 90 acres of corn on ourold friends to that our rooms, table and service We promise you will gives his widow $10,000 in cash and toll W. C. French's faun, 11 miles out on tho bull If second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. directs that the rest of all his property Jo II. Alexander, wants to be remembered to all .Mit. Gkkkniikiihy Bisiuiit went up to Red House pike. It is kneo high, and our lady friends and she will be glad to see them anil give them a heartvrcreptinn Fare Si per day. Middlesborough Tuesday to take his be sold and divided equally among his uniform all over. Richmond Climax. IO. H. ALKXANDKlt. Manager 101 children. Mrs. I.illard and her sons, J. tirttt look at the- Magic City. He was acHart Wallace, the colt that was partT. and T J Lilian), are named as execMii-companied by his ly owned by L M. Iisley who had great I, AM HAM John h caiti.iman utors. Inielln. confidence in his powers, ran last in tho Miis. Katk Duimcit wt, Miss Mary Tiik commencement exercises of Clark Stakes, whieh were won by High Color Dudderar and rest of the family, Institute at Kirkaville, will begin Tariir, in tM'. Mrs. M. K. Duviess and Mr. and Mrs. T. June tth at 'J i. m. Klder Joseph Frank, John G. Parrish had over one hun I. lUney arrived Tueslay from liirming-ha- of ljwieaMer, will present the diplomas dred dollars worth of sheep killed by to again maku Stanford their home. and Miss Minnie Klliott's music class dogs Wednesday night. He has had There in not a soul in tho county who will give an exhibition of its skill and ?17." worth killed in fho last three weeks. does not heartily welcome them back. improvement. Georgetown Times. Dit. Tom Hoiios, of Hustonville, who Good shipping cattle bring from fi On account of the College commencewaji visiting hem last week, wiis treated to bi centa in Cincinnati. Good butch rather shabbily by some prowler. Th ment exercises occurring during the ers about the same and feeders .'! to 4 J. BA K13EE & CASTLEM s genial doctor wne thoughtful enough to week of the oth of Juno the Merry Hogs are brisk with tops nt li cent; have postponed their June Hop sheep are quiet at ;'. to MANAGERS, bring a sack of corn along with which 5, lambs 0 to to do all kinds And JEWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r to feed his benst, and some scamp got a week or so. The M. U.s will endeavor Commerce Building, Louisville. of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. into tho stable and stole corn, sack and to mako this entertainment tho surpassS. M. I,ong tk Co. shipped to Chica ing of the many delightful ones they go 11 J Acents throughout the South. nil. Advocate. cattle averaging 1,.KX) pounds. C have given. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, They wero Bold to O'Donnel it Byrne at CITY AND VICINITY. day and night. JJ cents. A tine lot of 70 cattlo slopped "W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Agent, Sen inc. Hugh L. White, aged (K), AnderGkiiman millet seed for sale at J. . a wealthy and respected citien of at Pond it Lillaid's sold at TAN! Old). KY Foster's. Itichmond, committed suicide Wednes- son News. t Mr. G.C. Keller, Jr., left yesterday HiciiLsr price paid for genseng. .lo day by hanging himself with a halter in via tho Kentucky Central for Litonia. his stable. Xo cause is assigned further Jont-s- . than a Miicidal streak runs in tho family, Ho took with him Mr. J. K. Fan-is-' stud, Peemartin, und I want to trade, brick for a fat heifer. several having taken their own lives, infilly, Connie P., both of which will cluding his handsomu daughter, Miss W. F. Ramsey. start in tho races which begin there to Sudie White. Diiikd Hkkk just received at A. A. morrow. A Cat 1'aisim. Kaiiiiits. In a conWarren's Model (irocerv. A Savannah, Ga., paper says tho waversation with an Intkkiok Jouknai. termelon crop is about 10 days late on fl.'-per Fink cassimere jeans jants yesterday, Mr. Chapman Cole- account of the cold snap in April, but it pair at tho Cash Uarxain Store. Joe S. man, Jr., of Mercer, said: "Wo havo at will bo tho largest ever produced. Tho ' Jones. our house now something out of tho or- total acreage of the State is estimatThe comniecement exercises of Stan- dinary run of things. After tho kittens ed at L'O.OOO acres, about :5,000 more than ford Female College will held June :'., of one of our cats had been drowned, last year. and ". her feline ladyship went to the Holds and Mr. J. Rogers, who for his careful ....t.. ,t a........ ..i.i.: il.i.li... .i .w.u i wi juiiiik iiiooiin, iuiuugni. handling of horocs, has made him quite " J? CANDIES. caK.es, mum ami in f.,.,i ... i;...., u tnreeoi iiiem to me nouse and is now a reputation, has rented of Mr. A. M. ...t.:..!.. i... o t'VI.T)IUIll( III IHC li ninuiniit urn-- ..i attending to all their infantile wants with Pence his stable and truck for the pres.burner's. all tho caie of a genuine mother." ent year, and besides handling Mr. China boar. Any one Lost, a Poland Pence's string, will handle any horses I Havinir removed mv llarber Shop to the Com PiitOTiiKit vs. BitoriiKit. At the last hearing of it will confer a favor by let put in his care. He is No. trainer and mercial Hotel, aui prbpared to accommodate laCircuit Court J. T. Hackley had his half dies a well as gentlemen in anything they may guarantees satisfaction. ting mo know. W. F. Kami ey' 1 wish in my line. Children also waited on. Call brother, A. M. Feland indicted in two JKSSE THOMPSON, Mt. Stkki.im. Co CRT. J. A. Ram- mi mi., InCommerclal Hotel. .VJ inch Columbin cases for throwing dead hogs into the Hicyci.k ton S.u.K. sey reports about 1,000 cattlo on tho good repair. Hanging Fork. The case was called bo Hicycle, full nickeled, all of which were plain, foro Judge Varnon yesterday and Mr. market; nearly Will sell cheap. W. II. McKinney. common stutl. The market was not so vCV V vV I B ?Sv Hackley swearing that he had heard Juikik Mokkow has called a special Mr. Feland order his men to put tho an- good as last court and hundreds were term of his court to vonveno here on tho imals in tho creek, although ho strongly left over unsold; 'M to 2 cents per pound, The drouth ami only was realized. and trial of cer- protested, tho defendant was lined :.0tb fortliopn-'puratio$ in scarcity of grass was probably tho cause g equity cases. tain one case and S'.'O in tho other and costs. depressed condition of tho market. Mr. Feland defended himself and nrgu-- ! of tho A casket was shipped by lTnduriaker W. O. Prock shipped to Cincinnati ho was not guilty because ho Mack Hutrman to Hum Sulphur yester- od that about -- 00 lambs, a part of about 1,500 day for Mrs. McClure, wife of a Metho- had not thrown tho hogs in with his own II Roller Extract, hands. Several people claimed that they that ho has bought during tho season dist preacher of that vicinity. ho paid 51 to 0 cents. had lost hogs from cholera caught from and for which Some of tho friends of Simon tiormloy animals thrown in tho creek but Mr. F. Lambs arc hardly as high now as they feel verv!much out rimed that tho doc- - swore that his never had any disease wero some months ago, but tho market all'ords some margin even at tho prices tors Bhould havo performed tho opera- whatever. W. P. Kidd this week paid for them. of tiepannlng on him by force and tion weighed up a lot of 144 slop cattle, CHURCH AFFAIRS. against his protest. weighing 1,'.:S pounds, bought by Leh- Kev. T. J. liodbey will preach at IS OUR BEST FLOUR, lr is getting alarmingly dry and vegeman Pros., of J. B. Kmbry, at Hickman of all kinds is either at a stand- Logan's Creek church next Sunday at Pridge, about two weeks ago ut $o.18J tation BUT EITHER still or materially injuring, especially 3:I!0 r. m. also l'J7 head at Silver Creek, weight Tho Kentucky State Sunday School wheat, oatB and meadows. Tho aignal pounds, bought ut $.".P2l. Win service predicts showers each day and Convention will bo held at Middles-boroug- chester Democrat. August 'VU7. they ('ome but oven more gently than IDOL-KIN- G J. S. Baughman sold to Geo. T. on Christianity gained in the United Wood of Heaven and they do little tho dews yearling cattle, averagiug about -' or no good. Yesterduy was very hot States last year l.Ni" preachers, D. C. Torhune, of 550 pounds, at :le. churches and 1,0S'J,S': members. the mercury reaching SS in the shade. Mercer, is engaging mule colta for OctoSee. Rev. S. S. Deering, a superannuated ber delivery, ut prices ranging from $55 IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR kkwari) of 1,0()0 is ollered for tho Methodist preacher at Xicholasville, was A O. Snow sold S to $00. THE MONEY. arrest of Ad Clark, a mulatto, 18 years run over by a calf and seriously injured. steers, 700 pounds, ut $','5; to W. D. Revs. J. S. Sweeney, of the Christian old, who grew angry ut his employer in heifers, 400 pounds, Snow l'J Uradfordsville, and took his revenge out church, and J. P. Moody, Baptist, are at aj cents, and to Jesso Fox a mixed by splitting open, with an ax, tho head debating doctrinal points this week in lot of cows and steers at $'22. Advocate. IVJIpJll-fflQ- " LOSTorTAILHO MAB00I) of his employer's little child. The ne- Fleming county, instead of seeking to wsral and NMV0U8 SEBillTY raakaMaof BodraadlliBd. Ksrt save souls. Fedin jail hero a long time for gro was The annual pension list to tho of Krrrs cr Kieuaa la 0.14 avTmim Rev. Dr. Vermilye, of Xew York, is eral suivivors of the lato war now ex HlkMI, MkU fttlMOOD full; KtiOr4. Mw u MlarrMt the store of Mr. Steele at Huston- ItrMItkuWIil.tSUS.TtLOrt'BOBtUXsar'lkTaOrioBt. HOII lMIiTftKV.T-B- M U u! ville, and is one of the meanest that the only survivor of tho sixty men who ceeds tho sum of one hundred million IkMJsldr nlkllUcHim t4 fsrtlf a fsuirlts. Writs aUm kit a UtMj Dwris4l. But. itluaila4 vr'' IW'tMWain-M- . organized the American Pible Society. ever lived. dollars and is Bteadily growing. For the Otu, CPU MtDICAL CO.. BUFnCN. V. tk-atl- Mjgs Maiiy Cuui'uu tout tho point of Thki:k munii'd couples in this vicinity Lava separated in the last two weeks. Verily marriage is often a failure. P. ic K. P. Woods. D. G. Prowitt bought of 10 Fancy & Family Groceries PBICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FARMS A HAEDHT. Notice to 1 '01 . half-far- FORSALEI io oar-loa- d K. first-clas- s 1 J. B. FOSTER Groceries and Hardware Ty-rt-- Stndebaker Wagons,y Oliver 'Chilled Plows,Sl I . I W. B. IVIcROBERTS, - grand-daughte- r, s A I JEWELER, DRUGGIST Has the Newest and Latest StylesJof Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alabastine; The Best and Purest White Lead and Oils; Da-vie- tt ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. insurance Company, Ready Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; AN Pach-olor- Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks II Sil- 0 ,., , ( f 1 four-year-ol- d two-year-o- lJ JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Dealer in Vi A Bups. Carriages, Phaetons. . v 1 I 1 -- u ill ( CREAM i fW mf hSslrrry m m CREAM Extract 1.-- 0S GOLD MEDAL, h BINDERS, HAY - RAKES, Binder Twine, Machine Oil, 1'- SILVER MOON two-year-o- two-year-ol- d FOR MEN ONLY! n-- rob-hin- ir Before Inrving. trf4vlfe. ji.lL' Js' iA,Mii HfciCi. jfedki-Li'- i Wfi1trWite,ii.i .'tMilftMis,.ttiailisVlitltfssslA.tl' .JTsssi ,mm:. .: rafa"! -- j vwZTfcM giff. ".'n) i Tnrr-- i. .hi .ri i ,i ti r " , l..-- ...jp. VjwiMrt-if- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Sired by Walslngham ai06 (sire of Latitude, rec(Shown last season 8 times as a and ord a.i5 ' d Three-- ) Record rjfi. tool 7 premiums and r certificate dam Tinsel by Messenger Duroc 106, son of Hambletonian (and slreol Elaine a 10, the dam of STANDARD Will male the seaum ol 1S01 at my place mi s N.rlaine, etling a jtU), ail dam lless, sister to THEY RRKKD ON. THEY 1IREED ON from Stanford un the Danville pile, j James Howell, Jr., by llainhlctonian 10, sire of May 22. 1801 Ky., llrewn horse, it hands foaled May, 18I5. a 17V. 3 dam Jessie Sayre by Ilairv Clay Uexter 45, sire 01 mo uaiis ui rl June., a . I.OlllUe At $15 to a in Foal, a iqV-- and u more that line produced a 30 traiSIRED RV RILNZI. ler., also sire ol tli dam of Kleclioneer, sire of 30 Mrxicy due when the mare is patted with or br J Registered as Rob Link. Tria! '3M j in ti.o a, to list; 4th dam by Liberty, son ol Lance to another horse I'll II brother to King Rene a yt)f. uy American ivcnpsc Sited liy the great Relmont 64, sire of Nutwood Lard Clifton is a beautiful 14,'$, WedRewcod a 19 and 36 Walsinghamai') sire of Naboth, Is one ol the a 18K1 F"fJ Arlhurs ii.rrel, with First dam dam of Pence 3394, by Almont gssed mane and Mil. t hand, foaled ill iS'tS a. youngest sons of George Wilkes jig, record a a, In a 30 list ana sire 01 25 uaugnters me uamj 01 31 r mi au.iic noise n 01 Aimniii a 39. who sited llarr Willi a nS, Guy Willes 15',, rorrtst a in a joint. Standard Rule 6. whn want lit Imsd loa rwil saddles' Second dam by Garrard ChMt, site of Rasil , Mile Wilkes a I51',, Wilcox a 16 and 6i others in lion ure nir.lull insited lo lutik. ut wy hore t a 30 list, also 41 producing suns and 19 producing iniko a Sired by Sultan 1313. It peer J 2 14. mm wut o Third dun br Gtev Eagle (Roller's sire of kI daughters. First dam Rcttie Kinleid by Contractor 1084 luWIIillliilit ii..nl t .nl Sim L. r........ Sire of Stamboul a it, lluly a to!;, Ale tier aoV, ircd Nahoth is a hsv horse, 16 hands high, dam of Lady Oasis 1 uy, Note ire of Dr West 17W. Contractor was Hamble-tonl-by and aj in 3,30 list and grandsitc foaled June it. I9J8 His pedigree contains the he v ol I Washington Drnmarl Sweetheart a Fourth dam Ly topperhcltom sir of dam of ham's jew brother to Orange Girl 3 so, by Ajax, lull His first dam Fannir by u sun of Gill's Veimont, Cnn tractor's dam Lady Godbey by of 8 in a 30 list. blood of Hambletomaii, George Willes Mambri-n- o Rasil Duke a a 4 10 ad dam , )M Mente, thoiouglibred H Intent, dam Rlandina Dunton by George Willi's First dim Lady Rilnii was sired by Chief, Pilot, J r and Harry Clay. Green's llamblettnlan 158, full brother to Volun(dam of .sigcrl with j; in 3 30 or better, Abdal l.len ietsiuei 011 celt till season ispid. record a 2t, sire Harry Willes a ij'4, Guy Wilkes teer and Sentinel. Ajax sired 7 in 2 30 list. to Mates graie at reaxinsble riles, but not Ic lah Pilot, 3 batter than 1 10 ami King K.ne 3 juV a Living Colt. a 15, W.lson a, 16., so So a 175 and 69 in a 30 list vsuh 13 In a .10 til by Mambifno Chief, ad dam pen.ble lor miili tils .should any ocr r Second dam Josie, record 2304, by Night Havtl 8 Rurch mare (dam nfRKMlind tl A LAC KKV, Stanford Second dam full sister to D.Monroe ji and Donald $'(, by 514. sire of RedCross 2 36);, Minnie Warren 7j 3.37 by llmwn Pilot. Rienl is full biother of Jim Monroe S35, sire of Lady Monroe 1 161, Kitty end the dams of Kd Annan a 164, So.itry a aj, Niug Kene a JoV,,ireuf riiKue 3 I91, .Mist j aot. Rates a 19, Monroe Chief a iS, and 14 in a 30 list. Tecumseh a aS Ac. a tt iinvc i.uw am a 31'1, Sarcenet 3 lj'f and 11 oih- Record 1 31 11 hands high Jim Monroe by Alexander's Abilallah 15 Third dam by Vermont Hero 141, slroof Lady era in 2 .10 list M a 30 and Gen Knox, sire of Lady Maud 3 1SJ4, -Almont Fnrrcst a r' sired by Almoin 3 v, Sired bv Voltaire (8j First dam by 1 ex nton ,15t- Third dam by Dm all's Mambriiio, son of Whip. Calmors a 19K and 7 n 3 Cheif a i3; ad dam by Mambrino lhoriter. id sire 01 t7 wiin record s of 33001 betler and 4b l'rivatc stallion. son- - bet-- I trotters with tuonlsof dam Lady Manhope, grandam of Rosa Wilkes lies wiin terand his slaughters haseaHsvith records of RELMONT CHIEF Is a rich bay in color, was foaled in iS3s ; he stands full t6 hands high and n8li andSimmousa 18 Uy Hambletonian 10Por or better b'lisi dam by Edwin Forrest with 3 ,50 Seccnd cousin lo Maud S .Jay Ejo two oltalre a ia'( (by 1 attlcr joo, dam Young See and Nut He has is strictly a fine hore, smooth turned of extra muscular development, showing1 great power. 30 list WlMHl. tia by .Mambrino Chief 11, ad dam by Roebuck) In Gairard and sire of the damsof 11 in 1 30 Int. an excellent set of legs, flat, clean and hard in finish: the individual merit ol this stallion in form, finChief sired Mambilno Chiel; istdim 01 iirowt, Jim, Is also the sire ot Volney, lir g, -sire Ry Erricssnn iv. t In a 30 lisi Mt dam by II. ish and action is fully up to and in leepint with his high breeding. His oldest colts are coming Dolly Dixie by Frank, w dambv Aratus; id dam loc son of owned by K. W. Cribbs, Dccatui, dam Nellie by aAldrn Go dsmith.who made a ret olds and also show great natural speed lie had a Pilot. Ir . 4th Tattler, Voltaire's sire, by by Hambletonian, Duke dam by Diomed Garraid list, and ths OW I'll.il sireol of Maud S r. it. ..1 I will pay Jjoo to the breeder of the first 330 ord in 189.J of nV Mich., that went trials better than a 30 last sear sire ef the . Jav Kie Pilot, Jr ,dam Telltale byTelamon, son ol Mednc, Chief sire.1 Rail , ,. . .a aS'i. Mambrino llinns Sass" inil VniHl.n.i . .. .1 ...'. ... Ktrie.nm Ir 1. - dams performer ot his get since he has been owned by me 1 9 v.. f. .1 11.1. hh nuinrim, ." hrn 331, sirti inuianipous 20W Humor a ao : aimer Nobh'',lr.?'V.111UK a RELMONT CHIEF will make the season of 1891 at my place near McKinney at ,6 hnJ' hi,'! . 21b', .and also .lied eUJii,'UeW ""'V.Jr 2 jsanil Voltaire 2 and his son. Abbott, In " ' J" fM'VLi: ?.''4 dlauapol'-- . Rumor. Tatiler Jr and Volla e are Ie Piiarro. " "wr.sie ""1 11? thefaim.tracit "'" record 14 t.ambrel J 37S all sires of performer in Ir ta 16 hands ri, old. King Roy is a dark bay, 4 aVbelngone 0 hcg'ra , ' "! w i ' J of elUnonn ? high and is an elegant combined horse. d- - m Mares kept on good grass at t per month ; ow ners' risk. ofI.lVlMr1"? est brood mare sires of the age. his daughter, pro- - dm1 "L''!1 for,,',ml,r '.I He was sired by Mortons horse, he by Dr . nana. br Mam f, ,1m rHe I mip bv ,oft,,,e ,,lm .lr?? un' I ducing Maud S 3o84, JayKseSee 310 and a Herr's Mambriiio Kin., dam by Steamboat own. h.sstot others of note Lexington Chief ,K. ire I, lellfuunder llelmont is the sir.; of 35 Intl...,. cd by Chedw ell, of Virginia. '1, 1 ti of Drown Jim's dam. is by Kentucxs Clay 194, '" ofJ1' daiightershaseprtMliued records l.( rd dam va-- . raied by Stephen Sampson, first The tvsl wi with 3 l" of dam Lady Warfield by Mamhnnn Chief 11 Mani The Rlllilll Slim Of 12 50 dam by Frank Wolford; ad dam by original Jim "'wwl brino Chorister sire of dam of Proieine a 18. etct r setter Bell; 3d dam by original Denmark, who ran 16 by Mambrino Chief, dam l.y Chorister Almont J m1 1. sired bv Alexander's AMnllal. ' t n. .iw't'lmh t. s ' at my stable a'-- miles miles in a race .it New Orleans; 4th consecutive from y , slam Sallie An.lertofl br Mambrino Kf; '..!",. III. on the Hi.si mvillc .V Liberty turn dam by Sir Eliolt; ,th dam by Gray Lade; 0th $15 to Living Colt. sd dam Kale by Pilnt. Jr Almont sired 37 Kil icmj, W.Iiki.. ur.ilirv dam by Huziar.i. ur neiir ami ins uatsglllei- ts'iui riM:rriis 11 a Will make the season of 1801 at my farm, the I h.tse 28 in a 30 or better. tol his sons have nr old Wm, Rail place, s miles from Stanford, j iai in j jo list Edwin Forrest .red by '.mint j tlav Kentucky Hunter 1st ia.u U'olllu a Living- Colt. I Kd js in hottest is the lre of IMIy I $8 Saddle Stallion, bay, 15', hands high time w lute Highlaiuler . nsf"i .( , n't If V and bf At 1 I'.N v 11 I ( 10 in ic a mare in f feet, heavy mane and tail, fine stttc ami action llxslins .. ,,. ji a, i, Hi ,, , daughter 'u Illl lt IlISi Jtf list utiU ht At the imjc place I will stand my fine youne I st,n.. ' if, ons hue. (it ' t..i ; .th records of a jo or krt i f 10 e.t.i si I liinn tn ' 1, $15 to Living Colt. . ..d lcssti ..r t ' v Rsadtl'. l.r.)i j il.e 11, t .I , ,, r . . 1, trr. 1 ' . '11'' Hamhlrl. n.an, .4HI I I rtlcsaml. r S P'tW 'I he above stallions wilt make the season of i&yt I. .K x J Reuru in a Race ' tv 1 ;o list, '.i. AbiUIUl. - 4 . ih sirr at 111) staMe near Hustonville lIu.UHiMiI.', Kr d .11, birrs ' vi I't.iduced 17 with iciurut. sl 1 ,u He is by un imported Spanish jack and has a tine w J K IIAUGHMAN t, Sired by the Great Red Wilkos 1740, sire of 7 tl e a 36 in a 30 list and grandsirc, ef '7 in the or bcltir at it hs rs l.ssc ..ret 106 w 11 k record bedy and large bones. He will tand a 30 list, a showing neser before equaled by any other horse, lising or dead, at same age. of j ureil by 'itur. MainhrtHoChiel of GoliathMaw- Cassell (dam ot t.rino l'a master; dam a t lam the da, a Living Colt. First a 19K Lady two others that, Relies iew Wilkes Mambrino Chief has 8 in a o list and his iLitth and barring accident, '3 will ecterthe 1 30 lilthis season by Shelby Chief 933 'sire 'ol Kallo 3 at, Cascarilla lers base 31 with recet.Uof a jo or better and hi ) A lien will be retained on colts till season monI sons hase sired 81 in the a so circle. ajW, ilc, and the dams of Delineator ai3and Standard No. 13051. ey is paid, but if mare Is parted with season money Pilot. Jr ,by old Pibt, dam Van. y Pope Pilot otners) becomes duo id w,th records of j J' 'i hishe sirehaveo sited iS with record,,0 ofor, better Th.s thro.,i;hbred will msle the ,, of Second dam Sallie (trial to wagon a a3 in '70 by Thallobu (son ol Alexander's Abtlillah and This soung roadster stallion Is an inbred Gold-duI S. 1'HII.MPS. and sons ,30 ard M.u,,!-.,,,tm , et MambriFanny, dam of Waterwitih, dam Foaled iu Ann . 187. is a bay, full i4 hands better and his daughters hase produced 11 with s, W) !,. Stanford, Ky. .. .. v..-...- ..i 6 am ,'. . .. .. no Gift 3 ao, Vicling a 19,1), Scotland M " ....... .. ".r speedy and unexcelled in style, action, finish an J .n.H.nf, i or !..... -- .. il..."M.um .Mlllt, - I" w - .1... snaMisTi " f If. Waterloo J 37 and Sprite, dim ol disiKHitlon Waselet a T. .""-- ' "" producd Maud S.a and Jay K)e See a lo 3 in the 330 list. , nil brother to Iislel e, trial 3 33U, Cor.nne, K)vj)X'i iiamoielonlxu sited bv Alidallali, is 'I hird dam trl .1 2 38 and Montrose, tlio speedy and dam Charles Kent inarebvlmp llrllfounder, ad $10 by Clark Chief 89 (sire of Crodie 3 nv$ and S oth- - )ear-ot- d a Colt, eis and the dams of Phallas a 13., Majolica 2 15, premium colt of 88. Sired by ilcaadi Golddust dam One Esc. bv Rishon's lllmlilelmilin- ul dasn Wilson a 16V4, Corallard 1 194 and 17 others 111 4400 -- by Golddust ia. b) Vermont Morgan, ' Silver Tail, by Imp Mesngrr K idyl's jlan- - ' Money due when the coll is foaled or mare ..... - . l.t...i . ..,! ti naitr I 137a, i RY METROPOLITAN .1 "! .at 2 30 or belter. until .sea ,ou . . . sAti Ih in inrnlnsr .lillinti Ilia .r.i t s.. nl.l . Son ofUjsdvk's Hambletonian. A glance at the above pedigrees, ill readilv show that Rellesiew- - Wilkes Is rich in the blood of speed . . . . ptinlic a , A .,1 e,fs s v IV c illTU T.im. lOETTE. bv Rlood Chief, 791. Sire of Fan- - producing lines, being by the great Red Wilkes (svho by the records is the best son of the mighty stallion to trot in ' Rosalind Ut at im. aire l of ' ah. v , uMrt " ii.. ..'...ki. wm vi.i iiiiktii u. rwiitiMuii .. 1 riXn UJrK l)li . ii heavy maneansl . U ille. the of .g, w,H, l,Uel mordsuf a so or better. Gcorze U ilkes. sire of 71 performers in a 10 and better) and that his blood breeds on is demonstrated me Robinson, a hat . uil. mateoftheW Ikes family, record, i4S't.,rl-- . l'KNCF. I. a horse ol great speed, ta, 4 i. no high. III. tolu ale large, f.ae and of solid color by Rysdjk's Hambletonian, dam by being the grandsirc of 7 in tbe.330 list at the age of 16. pf hl, ,ptcU. Dvlng to in a.,.dent-getl- l.f. Can be seen at 1. S. Irs...' An analysis of Relleview's nediciec will shots that it ranks amine the hct. tracing as it dres to the wind, a 34, raanie (.olddust, 3 33',. Estelle a ia-Clara, dam of Hyacinth by Volunteer, (,'randam h threw him out oil through his best son, Red Willes, twice to Alexander's Abdallah, one of the I'ediicrre -- No 4., Iltechkder. hay foaled .1 "n,.J"?n"' ,Jm0i:.KA,ellc V.J ,,b C",lit,x fastenedin bw stall-w- hi. Dexter and Dictator, by &eely"s American Star. mighty George likes s Comet Morgin. MingoChief. son of tra.niug-h- e ould nosv base a mark la or iV My lwi Ihllel ten. Metropolitan is acknowledged to be one of the best most prepotent sons ofa Hambletonian 10 and three times to Mambrinoa Chief. of high order, hasing (Is er $00 of the a o performers hase a strong ,etter In a race at N.sh.dasville he of Iimt dam s'ell.e iley. graadam of Rmetf ' trotted a. Rellcsiew Willes is trotter and bv many thesery best bred stallion over toil-t- last FallatTerre Haute, horse of fine stIe, jpcedy conformation andclose second to the winner in Morgan ohI (.olddust Ind., trotted a half mile in 13, finishing a 33; infusion ofGolddust w and maae the bpresent .esson good as 1 as. With the blood of lUmhletnntaa, I R Johns.. ,t dam M.ry Churchill bv Alex Hisfull sister Reln.i Victoria, sold at the Mo being timed separately in Rl Dorsey ' Churchill; 3d dam by Imp Margrave, Mambrino Thief. 1'ilut Ir and a a ao clip. Altera f 227 He has repeatedly gone quarters in ic, seconds, Ferran sale for $7,0-- 5 nignest price ever paid lor short and as great all individual as he , is, Pence I. boufMl Nine Alfon.o . 4th dam MistM- - by ( h.i..r in the stud he islll be sent to lower his present re ord and we confidetitU expect him to aimypiarcaMni.es irons sianiom 011 me uus , a brood inareat public sale Two fillies by Metro-rollta- n, get a season - ... .n lit.. . r- l inr s. u in.,.: mark close to a 20 before the season closes. He is one of the only three sons of Red Wilkes witn ton viile ink e. icirMi piim. lie win masc .1. - ..s.. "!., i..m.-r.i- u . . uiin iiv it If.fS" MM". MAI i which were cser hookid single, . . neither of r ..A., n nt ,, it mv .1.1 l l nttt. I...M S.,.MrM..I rti.eii, 7111 nam ny Aig.rlne, Ilk dam h l.rer records better than a 30 making the season in the State, and the other two stind at $u and $130 sold at public sale for $1,325. aseraging $(6a 50 A'tred ithdam a mart puirhased in "tons.iiepivc. llelleview Wilkes will make the season of 1S91 at BcllcMew Farm a miles east of Rurgin a At $15 to Colt. " ir(in.a'v Rlood Chief, bv Wood's lllack Hawk dam Miss Cap! llutbcid( (or i.itedmg but whscpedigrcr AraDuncan by Scott's Highlander, grandam byWoo-IcKssl, $30 to a Living- Colt. rmwImp believed to be by Americus, loth .lam ' is v Mnareskept on reasonable terms Personal at Timoleon Rlood Chief sired tus, 3d dam by hi Mtse) nth dam by Imp Mestlcv. ut and tcntion givtn but not le.pottilblc for accidents. Jim 2 29 Fannie Robinson a ao'.f dams Chief dam by Imp Snarl, ijth dam Imp of Von Limited to 30 approsed orate J, Mares kept at reasonable rates, but not responsible lor accidents Ulood's lllack Hawk sired the a Imii . Ilill.t. s.reot shove horie and also Miss At same time and place, will male the seas..n Arulmalgja and Almcnt, Jr., a 0 and grandam of should any occur, Woodford, Rrl.iJrre, Ihe LtaneM, A. .died Ut-D M .V A S ROWM.VN. Rurein. Kv wltlione of Lesi Hubble's best bred young ja.ls. Relic Rrasfield aao and Protieno 2 18. Hit gel w.m lat season $1 tn,n and Will siand at same rliic N R Wesvill give$2,o to the first of his produce securing a record of a 3 or better and $500 to the Rlngold is ui- - hands high and extremely fine sceorssltn the list of svinung sire.. He my J4 D M .VA.S ROW.MAN. and stylish. Will male the sta'-o- ol Vyi at Die, first obtaining a record ot a aoor better year old and his gel won from 1M7 to J.,). a Living Colt. tot y $10 to slible at MortliMid, a miles North of Hustons He is black with white points, nearly 13 hands on the Hustonsllle and Danville pile, at 510 to I .ill also stand at the same place high, tine length. Nine and body, 3 ears old. He is a bright bay wfhout ary while, is ijlt my line a s. Insure a Living Colt. L'.en retained oa all First dam Dolly aired by Joe lllaclburn hands high, fine mane and tail, ef fine aclion and colts. Ifmare is re u red to auotiier horse or trudid by Royal Mammoth; id dam Rrwe a natuisl saddle horse by Silser King, the hanx is money will be due. Grass furnished at $13? per by Stonewall Jackson, he by John Riughman s treat premium horse First dam bv Imp lltul- montt Cure taken toprevent accident or escapes jacl, hisdambynn t'orter, 3t dam Mien lllythe den; aJ dam by Denny's Drenaon, 3d dam by At J10.0 Insure a Lising Coll, V,t nn r..tvnn.thllltS shOL'ld UIIS OCUT He it oy s.iyinc . ii.tiiu.,, 11c tty vvniiitvimir, iinuim ril more Filmore watatrreat show horse in ki. a brew n jack win- - wnt, scar, old in lute I have employed 6 A. Hoover of KlujsslUe.Pj. a tine Macs, jennet soia ov wr. iicnnet. 01 Maj. day. E. P. Danville, Boyle County, Ky. He wa by Montgomery's Whip end oul d aad full harxlt high He svjs.sired hr Aiken s to drive for me thlsnaoil He has put q horses in a marc bv Frank, thoroughbred. ion county, to Levi Hubble, King W ilium, he by King Phillip First darn a the a 30 Hit. I hase a splendid trad and will hanMares kept at reasonable rale, but not responsiHU. s.Iiiir (ersi.et, sh. as slrr.l tt) King Phil. dle a lew horses besides my own at reasonable prible for escapes or atudetiU M dam bv Murccaslle. be bv Im. I'ut., 'Ik! Colt. $10 for ces. Foriurtlculars address. A. M PENCE, Stanford. Kv jack has Bteven him.e4f a fine biretler A number W. S WIG1IAM, MorelanJ, Ky. ef hi. colls have void fnr $iui al weaning inue A lien will be retained on colts for season .siiHwyuuewnen the coll Is roal-- l or mare part 8 F RKID, Stanf.tr, cd .ih, ,.1. iviHiucu 1... inc mmiicv is paid 'W. F. WALTON. Lineoln Stoek $ Fapm, NcIUNNEV, KENTUCKY. NABOTH Standard Rule 10016 6. PENCE! car-ol- The Premium Saddle Stallion, LORD CLIFTON, VV I il Stanford, BELMONT CHIEF 8689. , Insure Marc rd I STJMAC. ),, T"e 11 an u, 1 1 jt, $20 Insure ! 11 BROWN JIM. SSsa5is?r' KING BOY. KiHulOOOON, ii JR., ail yr )' 350 to Insure or S30 tho Season, with Return Privilege "; -- t. ..".n """ 'V "' ,'"" J. P. CROW, Proprietor. '!, '":. it ''1 ';"h ''"" iZCn" "'f U''" nM..' V 'Tl '' K'' I ., Belleview Stock Farm, Season of x8ox. ? Insure a an' 1 1 1 At to Insure - Star Denmark, Insure a Young; Us Jack I J SAM. BELLEVIEW" WILHES 13994:. ) 111 li-- '. rt . At $8 to Insure DORSEY GOLDDUST, it , BREECHLOADER. ,ufo, ,,, sa.n HISTCOIaP. 3t, i' st - j o, ... i..,r... ...(,. 'I C. ii. . I .. At to Insure Living m fa.-es- , ,, ui 111 nt 1 -.i.l i,i.i. iuls. ' -- , ; d. 1 '.M.i . ........... Insure Living ntr . , -- a.. ,.. '. I. y At S50 Cash, with the usual Return Privilege. 'At Insure - 2. KING HUCKOKN Insure l'eirnjlt "R.nezrmn At ij htsln, ,, I) ! MAPLE SHADE BREEDIKG FARM. FAULCONER, V. j STEVE WALKER, t iti EAGLE BIRD. ABDAJLXAII 3IAMBRINO 3715, $100 the Season. IIAVELOK 5131, $50 to Insure. QUININE S. 11048, $40 to Insure. At a Living 111 Geo. Dictator 3362. Jay-Kye Stallions for 1S91. V W. LOU A.V, O.ner At our stables a miles west of Stanford on the Shelby City pike, this fmejoung saddle stallion will be permitted to serse ao mares TURNER. SHETLAND PONY, $10 to Insure. sire of Geneva S. a ioi Rettie Jones 3 19, Maltie 11. it Mr. 9 .n. MuininfS i l.. trll?r V. i -- fiU. Snto a.i. Ktfie Thornton 2 u and ,sV' ft 1 il dams of Charleston a 27, Lady Gay a 27J., Wifkiemont a aS, Wawona 3 23i, Telephone 2 'J'f, igma rsu 2 33 ana otners witn records lower man 2 30 uy L.MUi 1 ,3, LECTURER 10582, brother to Aimoor 2 14,. aired by ELECTIONEER Sireo'.Sunol 3 2 10H, Palo Alto 2 Mauzanita 4I 2 16, Anteen 3 Norval 3 17, Adair 3 174. Rell Roy 2 19', Antcsolo 3 I9"a and 53 mote 3 30 performers. Ray horse, 16 hands high, foaled 1866 1st dam Mamie , C , the dam of Aaiuoor ? J4J SILVER CHIMES 0818, brother to Silseronc 2 ufyt. Sired by ALCYONE 733, record 2 Quartermaster 2 21'f Erene Sire of Alcryon2 isjf, Iona 2 17", Golden Rod 2 iM, Silseronc 1 Ray horse, 16 hinds high, foaled liaj. 1st dam Silverlock dam of Silserone 2 194 1 2'i. etc., etc Ray HAVELOK613 by PRINCEPS 34m 330 list Ry Wcolford Mambrino 3 31K horse, ij'j hands high, foaled 1HJ3 Dam Lottie, record 2 2S full sister to Effie Deans 2 25K) by Han.Metonian 10 sire ol Dexter 2 17, Nettie 2 18. Slrcofii 230 trotters and ihe dams of 73 Grandsirc of Maud S. ai"'j, lay Eye See a 10, St.Julien anjf, Maxey Cobb 1 Harr Willes 3 13)), Goldsmith Maid 3 14, Clingstone 3 14 and about 900 others in 3 30 list QUININE S. 11048, record 2 29 and sister to Gcnesa S. 3 iM and Mattic H. j ear old Ry ARDALLAII MAMRRINO 171s 2 24' ,, 3 in a 30, putting his dam in the great brood mare list 3 24 and (Juinine b. 1st dam Ella Hopkins, dam of 3 in 2 10 list, Geneva S. 319!,, Maine II. 3 year-o- ld by Octoroon, sire ol dam of Wm. Singerly 2 i6'j and Sir Knight 2 At $15 to Ia3uro a Living Colt. ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 3716 1... He e I X is a beautiful Description and Pediuree'-I- le dark brown, with small star and snip, good mane and tall, 3 ears old and is lull tjK hands high, commanding in appearance and ssramtetrical In form. Sired by King Eagle (the Atkins horse ) First dam bv Star Kagle; 2d dam by Hamlet Denmark, Dolans' ; 3d dam by Harris' Denmark. King Eagle was got by Rlack Eagle. Star hagle was cot by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Garrard Chief. Hamlet Denmark was by Washington Denmark, dam by Rishon's Hambletonian. Harris' Denmark was by Miller's Denmark. and action, Considering his fine sire, color, stxle together with his most excellent breeding, we think we have placed his sers ices low. Care taken to present accidents but no responsibility should any occur. ni, i6, :',. i- -,. sAiot Rys-dyk- 'a y, AIo at the same time and place we will stand the fine imported jacl, ), ur'l LEXINGTON DENMARK Standard Rule ft. Rlack stallion. iW hands high, foaled in .83, He is a black, nearly 15 hands high, of tins bone bred by A Goldsmith, Oran.c county New orL Sired by Cnstelar icfij andaction,and will serve mares First dam Woburn Maid, by Woburn 39a, (the Living1 Colt. dam cf Carxer a a?1,) ad dam by a Mambrino a $10 to horse, 3d dam by Mambrino Messenger. A lien will be retained en colts for euon Capillar 1062. y Volunteer; St Juhen R R. .V K. P. WOODS. 6 ... uu.i. Miss Nodinosire ofIlammond, A .n. -- . ! u; 1.7,, s.v , sonot Potter's Clay : ?d dam Wells' Star, daiuof STYLE. Artillery a ai;4 and Modesty a 36, by Anuncan Con.t ined Stallion SrEED Mar 14; 3d dam by Renrand. Woburn 343, dy Hambletonian 10; tst dam Mus Cooley, by Telegraph 301; ad dam the dam ot Geo. Cooley, by Friday. miles Ed liar low will stand at mv stable 3 from Stanford tin the new White Oak and Dix River turnpike, near Duddtr.ir's Mill, JOHN" S, WEIS. Ed Barlow 2375. SILVER TIP. This young sta'Iion will Le permitted to icrve a few good inar.sat our stables one mile from Stanford on the Hustonville pike, at At Insure 11 $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. Description and Pedigree Silver 'lip is a nice bay with fine mane and tail, hind aulles white and we think will make a great show horse. He was sued by the premium saddle horse. Silver King, he by On 'lime, he by Stonewall JackMollle Mounce was sired by Cabbell's Lexington; 3d dam b Young America, son Silver King's dam Will male the eason of i&'i at "Travelers' Rest Farm'' near Shelby City, Ky., Messenger. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt hehyTasl.r's first dam was Silver Tip's Saddlewo"d, a grand saddle horse, was by Wildwood; lstilamby Star Denmark, ihe winner f 100 pren.iums; 3d dam by an imported saddle stall'onMddain by Viech's Hambletonian. 2 31 Wildwood was by lilaekwood 74 3.year-oIsireof Rlack wood, Jr., aia ; 1st dam Kate by Messenger Jr; ad dam by D.ivy Crockett, Jr.; id dam by llrunswick, son of Sumpter; Smith's Al4th dam by Davis' Hambletonian. mcnt bv Alincut 33, sire ot Weitmont 2 13'.,, Fanny Withirspoon a 16, c. Rlackwood 74 by Norman 25, sireofLuIa 214'J, May Queen 220, ic. Dam by Mambrino C.hiet. Iexington Heumark is claimed to be one of the handsomest and must beautiful horses in Kentucky. He Is fashionably bred in saddle and trotting lines, in a grand saddle horse, a fine gaitcd trotter and goes the gaits naturally. He has shown a 3 $0 (fail, both racking- and trotting,vith He emanates from the highout any preparation est clasi of laddie and prcmiun horses in Kenhis sire's side and his dam represents tucky on some of the best trotting families in the whole country. Thiscombinaiion produces the best combined horses in the world and those which command the bet prices in all eastern markets. Any one will have to see hint 10 appreciate his greatness. d Mes-senc- First d.im by Smith's Almont, sire of Katie Howard 3 19K; ad dam by Lord Wellington. ., Kd. Harlow's colls that have come this spring y 1USU1C at uiviug uuxt. are good ones and Lid lair lo make valuable am mais. hands high, lefi hind He Is a blood bay, 15 I will also stand at the same time and place foot white, heavy mane and tail. my voting jack, Sited by Saddlewood. iib vplU ItU At $a to insure a living colt, Joe it a red jack, 3 years old last October, full 15 hands high, of fine style and action; bred by the late Peyton Embree, of Lincoln count, and has a double cross of Jim Porter. For information as to his breeding, call on Wm. Gooch, of Lincoln, or J. P. Embree, of Madison. Money due on all seasons when the colt comes or mare traded off 8 C. M. SPOOXAMORE. 1E91. I Joe Embree, by Sleedaddle, 's famous saddle horse, he by Oliver, he by Waironer Skeedaddle's 1st dam Medoc, ad dam Trumpeter; 3d dam Aratus Silver 1 ip's ad dam was by Red Lion. Mares kept at reasonable rates but no responsibility tor accidents or escapes Lien reMares parted with forfeits insurance tained on colts for season. REAZLF.Y RROS . Stanford, Ky. 0 Mor-rin- .Standard Rule 6 ) Sec 2 10, Sired hy Dictator 113 (sire of Phallas 3 13J4, Director J 17 and ao otners in the 3 30 list. First dam Alice, by Almont 31 Second dam Norma, by Alexander's Norman 35 1 hird dam Young '1 wj man mare, by Coeur dc Leon licvis ' Fourth dam Old Twyman mare untraced Almont 33 (sire of Fanny Witheripooii 3 16'i Piedmont 1 I7'f and jS other, in 330, also sire of the dams of Alabister, 4 years a 15, J II. Catchlly alg',", Hinder 3 1773. Richardson Wilkes 3 io',, Acolyte a ai and 31 in the churned circle by Abdallah 13; 1st dam Sally Anderson by Mambrino Chief 11, 3d dam Kate h) Pilot Jr IJ. Norman 13 sire ol Lula 3 I4f, May Queen a 30, of the damsofNorv.il a ijy, Noimon Medium an., etc, by Morse Horse fj, lit djm Slocum n are, s t, b by Maznum Rotiiim Dictator, the sire of George Dictator, for many sears languished in obscurity anu reauy ne er had a chance at the ttim until he came to Kentucky, then 13 years old and haviug up 10 that time but to foal, and at ac had less ihan auo foaU.andonlja few of them were out cf well rev. stallions impart more speed lo bred mare his descendants, and besides they have ennii-rinc- e combined with level heads. He is the sire of ti 111 the a or belter list. 14 trotters and The trotters are headed bv Jiy K515 4 pacers. Seel 10, Phallas a 13, Director 317. We do not know another stallion that ha. thiecj such sons with the same speed and number of heats Jay KyeSee has 58 heal, better than trotted a 30, Director 57 and Phallas 48, a total of 16J beats in a 30 or better The returns of this year's trotting willshow that Dictator not onlv breeds on through hi. sous and daughters, but a Ik. In. grandsons are putting Hi. sou, Col. a liumoerofhor.es in the 1 30 list Hainbrick, has 1, Commander Did Loonier 1, Director 6. Junius 1, Phallvs a, Pretender 3, Releu son. porter 1, Delineator and Kndynuon aired 19 trotters His daughters promise U make great brood niarei 'I hey have produced Rrown, Libert, Gondola, Keller Thomas, livening St ir. Garnet, Lat Chance. Nancy Hanks, Northw est, VictcruU ilkes, Mattie Solomon and Williams. Margct S by Direc tor has a record of a I34 and Naacy Hanli has a record of 3 14' it a third heat made inarace, and His grandson, she a neser been beaten by Phallas, has put 3 in the list. Phalli-tnon- t Girl a 37',, Phallene 330 and Virgimus 2 33!, Live St I Keco'd Geitrge,Diclator isa black stallion, 13 hands 1 high, foaled In 1S84, is a handsome fellow and will He wasbred for.i certainly sire extreme speed great stock horse He will .land 1 1 1 Ph.il-lamo- MINSTREL, By Longfellow, Saddle Stallions. i dam Slipper by Wallace ( Denmark--, 1 be Planet, Lexell, Tom Robinson. Saddle Su.iwii, r. a j At $20 to Insure. LITTLE RUFFIN, hy Monarchist, Dam Imp. Hon Hon, by Macaroni, At $15 to Insure. POWHATTAN III Hy and linish inrUii model He wus sired by Sumpter Denmark he by G,nldartt's Denmark hi by Gaiam.V Croniwell t llenmarl, he by ihe ra e horse DrmuaiN he bv Iwp Hedgelord His hr ! dam w it tiled tv Sir Wlu,.c, he by I odh.ietrr a Sir V, all e. he s Vtr Alhrri, tbor-ug- h' r I, I lamb) Vtrfii.n.. .1 i.n ,if irtm,i. ,, 'r,iit-t- , ', , j, rjU,j M , , , .j,,. i IJtroMh' rr t, "hipp, ilmi a l,.p. n.sre 1 -! n h),,t', bands b.-- , hrasy mjie and tail , it stru Uy hue una I.ih . 11 n. ,h .1 irai an.i psrssaut tail. Her, I. reed, fant) an J n.i when .jimily drin in harness j.w. lilt . He it hih tail st) le on buh sides 10 the third ger ensiion, is l.arlcd bs tliorougbbre.lt on bothsid- ', mallng him v.r atuveand sprightlv 111 gait, in form u Wallace Denmark, IwiuHllilnj-- Imp. Glenclg, LixITS.Ti, 1 Dam Florence I, by Imp. Austra Sjrfiol Walla, c licm.urk aVvc.it bea. iif.l biacl n hands .', u., nrs high. Iav) mane an tail, f ( ju wrigi.. ., ,. MM. mtylsr, , )ar. old next lian, Mav I At $15 to Insure. CONCEEGAN, At $10 to Insure. The Saddle Stallion, andi.asvrv pr mising saddle cull Pstligree rirtt Ham by idcile; d dam l.y 4ir 'rtal,tr, tjiveliaUisc, ldell.bs in lex, he by III -- Ps Ids hr I.. .1 I Hlsrl lt. lex' i.I.Iji M. 'uir , y tA I I,.., Ra) 1 j t am ..ns VI 11 ', Mi. tB., is, il,,. li,k TOM ROBINSON, Mi i.irl .ita.se . 1.1 ilatu Denmark, bit dam ad dam l.v M .m. , darn bv Old Dieiii. n K inter) '.Oliver, 'loni i,aC with heas) mane an J is a nne shaped n till, I5'4 hands high, is a na ural sadder ami his proven himself a tail, v l.ieedrr The above .tocl ifl male the wsaton of liyi at m) farm .itt miles from Minions Ille, nesir Carpcu. permitted to strve mare, ter's statlen, and will b) the Insurance, Son of Wallace Den Hy Ten Hrocck, dam by Planet, ler's rkin. Eagie Denmark, ait $10 to Insure. Wallace and Lexell And Tom tit $0. at $15, At $20 to Insurea Living Colt. For pedigrees and particulars, address S. II. or J. II. IUughman, 9 SKAjsON AT I 1891. "MAPLES," Two miles from Lancaster on tho Stanford pile Arthur Sims 3041, Ry General Knox, sire of 18 in the 230 list, jin 20 list. First dam by IlourUm Chiet, tire clsix trom 2 i8; to 2 23; ail dam a thoroughbred 2 Raj sialliuii, 16 hands high; foaled i88 Sired by KING C.KSAR. (Ry Hogin't Administrator Ry Peloskey sire of King Toskey, record 2 15, First d uu Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. Mary Lou a 19)4, darn Ehaa lanndam of Maud Mes Second dam by Sir Robin sender 2 i6k. "Ureeie Wilkes will make the seaThird dam by Gilmer Krcjwn's Highlander. son of 1Y91 at my place i)t miles from Stanford on King Ca:sar by Hogan's Administrator sire cf the Ruth Rranch pike, Major Landers 2 27' on f Administrator 337 (sire of iS'it McMahon 11 and Colt, in a 30';Catchrly 3American Clay 34 3 ,sire of6 others Grandam by ville 1 26, Maggie Ilrigg' 227, etcJ ad dam 'dam Money due as soon as the fact is ascertained. A of Wilcox 3 i6 s and Raid Wille-- 2 p) by Red Hawk; 3d dam by Mambilnu Chief fi lien on colt until money is paid. 3 CHARLES DUN'N.Stamord, Ky. ('gill will stand STANDARD. Breozo Wilkes. HOC2A1T. Stocl commuted to my care and breeding- will recels e my personal attention Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to I paid lor before removal ol No re.pnuslblllty for accidents or ecap-stocl. Parting with stoct or removal Irom neighborhood lorfelts insurance ami males season due. J STEKLK CARI'ENTl-R- . 9 s Stanford, Ky. WATERLOO. - KmeKXVHMm&ri'fszazTasxDamm At $20 to Insure a Living T "MaVYKoirnt jjujmi ft The Imported Young Jack, At $10 to Insure. I To euro iuilonnfl?, j' m H i . ri tnai amr n'lie, ''mils, tiil.o rcntcsly, ( oiietl- - $20 to Insure. WYLBY. Will make the season of 1S91 Five Splendid Jacks. At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. also have ( Vatl.iii, Malni'i.i, Lis thu aafo mul p"-- it 'i JESlVIITIi'.'fJ I will alio stand my splendid jourg jack, Imported Hidaljjo, 1 j-1 points, Four years old, black with atwhite to insure fa hands At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. The other jacks are fine mute jacks and will living Ry Metropolian. First dam bv sr-- h. $10 and a"jim dandy." Welch serve mares colt due Octuber tst, 189a, or when mare is parted s.reof Prince Imperial 2 aaj, Jeremiah a at, Re This fine yfung jack is 15 hands high, is a black 2d dim a thorough-bred- . At $10 to Insure. and a jack of tine style. His head and ears are Lexington Denmark's lee will be due when colt parted with. Mare, kept :.t $a perfect. He must be seen to be appreciated. 'I hese animals will stand at my sialics on the 1. foaled or mare $20 to Insure. close it,., ec- pVr month owners', risk. I Miteli GEORGE It. ENGLKMAN, Somerset pile 2 miles south of Stanlord. S. TEVIS. tkii ol my stock Shelby City, Ky. M.S. IIAUGHMAN, Stanford 13 Shelby City, Ky. T. A. ELK IN, Lancaster. i Wyandotte'5526, John LoydThurmon place, near at my farm, the old Two ot which ire noted as the best jennet jacks and w ill serve jennets at iii for a jack colt and $13 tor a jennet and will serve marcs City, Shelby BILE bottle). TllEt BUNS CONVKNIM. VrcisM. KO, INi tlioKIAIT.NIp(IO'lltliR.Mnstollio A lit Till'. MOsr Mssllitlilr, tor sit This Iroltiiiit and combinpil stallion will male the season ol iSl at my stable at Description and P.sligni' -- Waterloo is a blacl, 17 haniishish, weiKh. 1,100 tiouiuls, iivi.imi aim is a sure loal getter; his prosr euycombiiiini,' speisl and Hr.t. class aaddle .luafi- wm iitt II. a tti He is by Richelieu, h.t ail.Mambrino Chief J he l.j by Mambrino Paymaster, he by Mambrino, he by Imp. Messeiip-First dam Helm mare l.y Hay Messenger, he by Harpinus, he bv Hambleioiu.n, he by Imp Mes seiik;er; jtldani Red Hird, l.y Cannon Whip, he by llaclburn'a Whip, hp by Imp. Whip, lie by dam by Heril, 3d dam a thoroughbred mre by Imp Dioinede, Ray Messenger'a dam was out of a full blooded Me.senzer mare and by Imp. Rockingham. Waterloo's dam by Helm's Yorkshire, he by Imp. Vork.hlre, dam by Wel.iger's Relsharrar; d dam by Kossuth; 3d dam the noted satblle mareowiiiHl byjoe Helm and altcrward by N.T. Lit. Waterloo will stand it r Sal-tra- Prltoof elllier rslrs, !... ier Hottlf. J.f.SIMTHtGO.Utirr.a("hlLEu.A.NVn.lQUIS At $10 to Insure a Living Colt, Or Ju 30 till wealilnj lime. Lieu retained on colt till weanlug time. Care talen to present accidents but no responsibility ihotild any occur. M.T. KUSSKLL, MiuVdecvlllc, Ky la lmllsfwlllMl'.llt.lrir4ts.(eorreii.rttmt). wmmmmmmmammmmimmgm f r. 4 i -- V n -1 i :. .v'ngy ? "-r fTimfini -- ., t t.r rvr t- - i -rir -' r- - zJMBaait&K. &&.. .a'. ... HvrjTl.j.., ,uxqaWBJatHBWaW" - - -,- - r fV of a llrenl lint Utile Known rreTtiitlnii hikI Trrtttmrill Otr l,j- the 1'iibllc. Otlirr ItiaruM". The Dexters, like the Kerrys, are na- IBSERVATIONS WORTHY OF NOTE IUBJECTS SURE TO INTEREST THE A corresjioudeiit writing in the New tives of tho far southwest of Ireland, IN RURAL AFFAIRS. COUNTRY READER. York World has the following to say: where their picturesqiiencss and excepAs it means of prevention from the gain's tionally good dairy qualities secure for Device fur Mrmirlti; Land Succriilrit l)J A Ciiiiililtinl Mrsrkcr unit Turrowrr ! in young chickens it is admitted that nti Ohio 1'iiiiin'r In Hie I'o)ii1nrnanlru-liiliy m Vomit J'lirin. they should lie kept from wet and dirty IchimI mill 'ri' n Urine Itl'ld hiiiI Approilmntelj places. If they bo troubled with this hi lln ItnrHl Nrsv Viuker, is ml ! distemper it nearly always comes from Corrfrt. teasing Points f lliiporlniuc. worms iu tho crop and throat, as chickThe careful farmer knows to the ery Tliis iinnletiiont Is hIiowii in the ens, like the young of most other anilast square yard how much the area of a eiitn. Th runner aro cut from mals, aro more subject to worms than certain field is, and knowing, he has nc three inch tiinleriiil. !! fwt loiif,' ami JO those of mature age. Onions chopjK'd occasion or excuse for making erroneous tnclit") wide The."", arc i)liict'l at the Hue is a prevention, and garlic, either apart and hold in ikim raw or conked in milk, is a sure cure. lroixT dintiinio IcW, Hon by croa pieces in front anil behind, The milk maybe given with a sjwon; A TYMCAli DKXTr.lt cow. Mini notched into the runner also hoiemdish water or pellets made of them well deserved appreciation. The each end and fastened down with two coach wrew.i the scraped or grated hi tide, made exact origin of the Dexter strain is someAi inch small and crammed down their throats what uncertain, but the be.st accepted niches long nnd in diameter Over theo cross piece :uid if they will not pick and eat it. I don't theory is that they have foeen bred in the center between tins i miners an- - believe iu tHiun; the worms up with a from one or two particular r of the Kerry without admixture of feather or crooked hair, as toiuctimej advised; this only gives lehef, but is not foreign blood. Mr. Martin J. Sutton was one of the earliest English fancier.' a cure. u V As to insects, the dut bath is excel- of these, beautiful little animals, the first Fici-- I lent, both for old and young poultry. to take a prize at shows iu I'ngland. HKV1CES FOtl MEASl'RINO LAND, The Dexter differs from the Kerry in Whitewashing the walls inside is much ' statements by estimates. It is not diffi recommended, but if in slaking the lime being short in the legs and somewhat for this pniHve a small quantity of coal coarser in the bone. Their heads art cult to rapidly and accurately measure: tar lie thrown on the lime, say one ounce shorter and wider; the horns not uni a field and know exactly how much it tf the former to one pound ol the latter, formly like tho Kerry, but often a little contains. font not most accurate method coMinxKrt marker and rntitowi:. A rapid other piece is lxdUsl and allowisl to e.x by stirring, it will mix through tho drooping; level wide backs, deep chests is illustrated in Fig. 1. A, b, represent more ef- and tlrnrhs in fact, in horn and shain., tend "ix indies lorward and a foot or whitewah and make a much c a preventive to their in- like a niiiiiatiite Shorthorn. They art a half rod in distance on the ground, tc more backward. A V haped iwo of, fectual wash should also equally hardy and as good milkers as the d, representing a pole just long enough iron fastened upon tliis leceive one end truding. The roostina bars measure this distance by touching eithei Kerry, but while not so washed with this mixture. tf tho Kause, which t; firmly braced by foeHere is another Kiut which will lie mountain climbing are muchadapted foi end to tho ground. The pole is first morostiiu inch iron rod ciiipftiiiK a touched to the ground at a, then tilted with h rintf 1h)U at the torward extremity found of use to chicken raisers: Throw ble for moat prudiuiug. and are likely tc over without moving the position of tht coal tar into a pile of become a favorite dairy cow. The Dexof tho center piece, thus adinittiiiK of altout one pint of hand until d touches the ground, thin motion from Mde to ile onlv in a jwr- - line Kind; let it lay till the sand absorbs ter color is either black or led, with more measuring the half rod. The length of tht toll out the lump and it or less white on the udder and under tht endicular piano. Thi? Jos away wiih all it will, then measure will vary as tho person is tallot all cords attached to tho liarm-v- . and will fall to pieces at once. It is a great belly. t short. Used iu this way, a jierson some through the x.iriation from unequal polling of the insecticide. Scatter Tim lli'l have to stopatevery measure. Fig. 1 linns' nests vh"ii putting them to sit. is avoided. Bean growers are not agreed as to the is simplya pair of wooden compasses with forInto tho center piece ami rear cros will warrant they will not urn away variety. Certain kinds aie un- legs eight or ten feet long, connected with I have piece Mont lt'tct of oinw elntu timber lorn the hrood is hatched ut, us doubtedly better for certain soils and a stay rod, so that the points are 8 feet aro inserted, which .npport . wat at a known many to do iK'fore the discovery methods of culture than others, and a inches apart, measuring halt a rod at proper heis'lit. Tho front comers of thi of this plan. If it ho only scattered on wlin h kind would 1m the Ixsst for any a time. The stay rod should foe detacha Iks efHiat are roundisl and tiiu center of the the bottom under the nest it will INirticular Held cannot bo told without a bleat one end, anil there maybeothei hollow. It is fectual. When young clinkeiis Ih'Coiuo full knowledge of ttie circumstances. holes so as to set the points at six oi front end cut Mihtly placed just far enough forward to allow hmsy. lard is recommended to be rubbeii A coinparatitely new sort, tho Burlin-gam- seven feet for laying out raspberry rows, this hollow ihtrt to re.t solidly nuliist on: thelnnl. howeer. lieoomes far more Medium, is v ry early, hardy and etc. When not in use it may be foldei valuable if to one te.ispo.jiiful of bird when in a jK'nx'udicnlar tho prolific, having !eeii known to yield at up and set in the corner of the foam oi yon add about four or live drops of creo a iu tho cnt;ravitij;. holding it the rateol forty two bushels to the acre. fruit house. It is put together with lighl while turning or iu driving to and sote Mix well, tip the joints of the The Scofleld or eatly maiTow pea is the carriage hilts. a very little from tho Held. To provent wear : piece wunjs, the foniist bone and most popular sort m western New York, Fig. a iepreents. the most accurate and of ntnip iron in tacked across the fitmt undei the feathers, iu one or two place ami is rapidly foeenming so in the b:in convenient half rod measure for neurit lucklMiut, with very end of tho Hent.and another on tiuigniii;) on the vert'bnt, or growing districts of Michigan and the level land, there being no chance foi where it Htrikes tho Mutt. The elasticity little round the head and neck. This west. Thee are the earliest sorts to error. It can lx used among growiu completely banish them. of tho legs allows tlio gaugo to p.iw tho will rijK'11 and do not require as much room crops as well as hare ground. It should light hwell on cither hide. The driver to twenty-eigh- t as the others, twenty-fou- r In Coin. Smut can oM'nto this without leaving bin inches being the common distance. on corn smut from the Medium and white marrows are stronger, A bull-ti- n place, as would lx nHehiry Willi other Nebra-ki- t agricultural e.xjeriiiient sta- growing a little liter, and require more forms', and when raiwd both hands ur tion says: "In a general way use as mau room. fnsi to km tho lino. Of conns tho distance from tho center pounds of blue vitriol as gallons oi The white kidney has the largest vine of tho machlno to the center of tho gaugo water. The immersion should not hist and is the latest to mature. The prolific twenty minutes.' murker must be exactly twice that be- loncerthan fifteen or tree Immii, which has Iwen extensively tween tho center of the runners. Tho Many consider a much shorter jhtuxI iu advertised as so uncommonly prolific, if gauge marker is made comparatively a Strom: solution sufficient. It should very late, and I have never known of a light, It or 13 inches high, and but 0 or Ik leinenilxTed, however, that clean profitable crop of that variety. Of the not insure the crop against in colored field lean. the China red eyes Kl niches long, tho object of making it w seed do-carry the jwle nhove the feet ion from other sources. Bluestoniiig and the yellow eves are early, very hardy high being to runner. This is rather a disadvantage, the seed will not prevent injury from th and easily grown. The turtlesoup if I for it is much more liable to break by germs left over in the held iroin smutty larger viued and late, and both it and Ficy3 catching on stones and roots than if it fodder or in the manure of animals fed the still larger and late red kidney somewere lower and BhajwJ differently (see with it. It simply kills the germs that times give enormous yields, but are very DEVICES KOK MKASUI11NO LAND. on the that would other- unreliable. may tweond cut. Fig. A). All tho colored Wans at lx strong and light and so secure! j Another improvement of doubtful gen- wise develop along with it iu tho ground times command a very high price and framed and braced as to makefile poiuU eral utility, but especially euited to his and thus enter the growing plant. The other years are quite unsalable, so that unyielding. When not in use it may be cum was inudo by it, neighbor, whoso black powder consists of &iores which with these varieties we are apt to lose hung on two pegs on the side of a buildreproduce smut, much as seeds reproduce one great advantage of the bean crop-t- hat ing. ordinaiy plants. Hence the necessity o( is, a ready sale. Considering all saved iu Money aro destroying all smutted stalks and ear tilings, tho early marrow pea is probably knowing and time large often is, espea field just how and keeping tho ground from becoming the safest variety for an experimental cially wliere seeds are foought to sow it tilled with spoies. -- r wuu. 'uaiEi.-incrop, says a Michigan farmer. or plants to plant it. Nothing is quite so SECTION OK l A HKl.lt. annoying as to have a shortage of a trifle, roruitrtlliic l.'Mrly riant. l Corn (IrowliiK. farm is rather hilly. He found that his esjHx'ially when a lirtle forethought and Oardeuersin Kurope, especially in Engmarker would nllrie down hill despite At the Illinois experiment station, exact knowledge would have prevented iL many devices for where corn culture has leen for several every effort, and to remedy this ho made land and France, pieces bolted protecting and forwarding early plant of two years a subject of observation, planting his runners liiiml Conn-r- l for Amateur llrrkre per. together, with a piece of a crosscut saw whieh aie seldom seen in our country. at about one inch iu depth has been fol A corresjM)iident in the American Bee blado at the bottom of each, extending Among such devices aie the ones shown lowed by larger crops, on tho average, Journal gives this advice to beginners: nearly the entire length of the runner iirthe accompanying illustration, repro than ilet'ter planting. Corn planted at Keep things in order in the apiary. and two inches below it, as ohown iu tho duced from Popular Gardening. the rate of one kernel every twelve inches, Have your tools, empty hives, sections, The e of lhe.se miniature coM frames, in rows.'lfeetSinthesapart, gave a largei crates, etc., iu their reflective places, cut (Fig. II). It proved a Miccess with him, but turning is rendered much which are like toy houses with g)as average yield of grain than when planted ready for use iu ciyse of need. more difficult, and wheie not absolutely roof and open ltottom, makes it practi- either thicker or thinner. Better resiiltr Never distuib bees while excited, necessary it is thought liest to omit this cable to start a few lettuce plants, flowers were obtained from planting in lulls than neither liefore nor during a thutidet or melon hills, etc., in oieii ground a iu drills, apparently Invause m lull cul- storm, hot windy days, honey deartli feature. To make a furrower of this machine ture the corn could bo kept cleaner No nor while robber bees are bent on pillage. -appivciafolo lH'iielit has been derived from cut out a deep but very narrow mortise To avoid bee stings, proceed quietly frequent cultivation nor from cultiva- and with care while working among iu each runner (oo dotted lines iu the second cut, B). Thso are made to i tion after the ordinary time. For three your bees, do your work with dispatch, years the yield has been increased to the and hate your hive dosed before the ceive the forward ends of wrought iron by shallow cultiva- bees become aware that jou have been beuiiiH, carrying a large cultivator shovel extent of tion. No practical lienetit was received near. a nhort distance liehiud each runner from the use of commercial fertilizers. Handles aro attached to theoe iK'ams, Never work among bees without a 1'iuvm-rivim.a.nts. and when turning or driving to and fn hand ruiMKs i"ou The increased yields from the use ol smoker, but iwe it judiciously and on the beams are thrown forward until they xveek or two before their i egul.tr season. stable iiianuie prolubly repaid tho cost proper occasions to keep them under rest against the front edge of tho mor- Our last year's exierience with similar of the application and left some profit subjection and prevent their anger, but tise iu a nearly upright position. The homemade devices for starting melon in case of accidentally upsetting a hive of t.ci; for llittcliliii;. beums should be placed as low as jwsi-bl- hills Wiis highly satisfactory, says the the spraying of tho bees with cold water It pays to select eggs for hatching be will have the ellect of quieting them. that they may not interfere with journal already mentioned. The .seeds weie planted iu lnlN, in open ground, yond knowing that the.se are fresh and the gauge while in use. A When working among them for auy hole cut through just iwlow tho mortise and over each hill was plated n little fertile, esju'cially in regard to size. Eggs length of time do not think it too much allows the eMajw of any dirt that may frame, top slanting toward the south for incubation ought neither to be too trouble to protect your head and face like an oidiuary cold frame. Some small small nor too large lor any variety. with a heeveil. Watcli carefully each fall into it. While just this form of may not Imj needed on many barn windows that we hapjened to have What is wanted is the average size from hive iu your apiary, notice the doings of farms, there aro good oints about it on hand were made use of iu place of the best layers of the breed desired. each colony of bees, and have a full unwhich may foe made of practical use by1 sash. The frames weie lemoved after Smooth, hard surfaced eggs are to be derstanding of their wants and needs, the plants, whi h grew thrifty and free prefened over the wrinkled ones or those and you will seldom have to mourn over nearly every farmer. fioni insect attacks, negiiii to send out with indentation. Some of our fanciers heavy losses and bad luck. The Imlluii Clituif. ruunei. s. make a point of selection as regards the The Indian garnet, uliout which much j oT Wax by lire. color, while others think this unimporllcrr ninl Tlirre is being written and said of lute and tant. In producing extracted honey with old shipping eggs to the Atinti.iliii is now which have made fine exhibitions at combs, do not the bees secrete more wax Aciienltorul Not. Homo of the poultry shows among the British markets. can use with profit? In other At the Michigan experiment station than they fowls for fancy, aie birds of great physiAccording to report, crops in the Gulf words, is not some of the wax wasted? the In'st varieties of green corn for sue cal development and Hue plumage. Tint states will Ik late and short. query propounded and answered cession tnere prove to be Cory, Crosby, was a fanciers, who have welcomed this forced recently in the American Bee Journal. Tho wheat crop of South Australia Concord, Stabler and Golden Loin. with delight, claim that it is of value to and New Zealand isreK)rted to foe 2,000,-00- 0 Professor Cook replied: "I do not From the Connecticut station comes think so. I believe this waste of wax the fanner. Tho Fanciers' Journal says: bushels short and of poor quality. the report that "cotton hull ashes of the imaginary. Bees secrete wax when they The Indian ganie has many excellent Tho last congress appropriated 5,000 qualities, and while its apparent gawki-nes- s lest quality are the cheapest source ot need it." A. B. M.tsou said: "My bees of a fish hatchery in may not Miit those not accustomed for tho construction potash, free from chlorides, to be found do not secrete wax unless they need it. Vermont. iu our markets. to it, the weight of the bird and its tine The idea that bees have to make wax, The exjMirts of clovei seed from New carcass when dressed will surprise the The com crop of 1800 was the smallest whether they want to or not, is a humto March 7wereUl.-0(1- 0 reported in nine years in proportion tt most skeptical person. An Indian game York from Jan. bug. I believe." The editor said, "As bags, against tfll.tiM bags for the the population, as the previous oue was bees only produce wax when needed, the crossed on the Wyandotte has produced the heaviest and quickest maturing chick- corresponding time in 1S00. the largest. As sat?d by Statistician chance for waste is infini tesiinally small." Grain fanning, as such, according to Dodge, tho reduction is about 510 percent. ens on record. What Indian games will I'mIiiI. do aa layers wo aro not prepared to an- the New Jersey's state board of agricultKrnurne u The percentage of the wheat crop of swer. We have one pen or birds on trial, ure's report for 18!H),inust beafoandoned, 18H0 remaining in the hands of grower Kerosene cannot be ued in place of and there are four more pens iu the the state being destined to become ag- is, according to the department report, linseed oil advantageously by mixing neighborhood. riculturally a market garden. less by 15 jer cent, than the average of colors with it for painting on wood. A recently formed corioration, under the previous ten years and less by aa per Keroseue strikes into wood at once, and I.atltinln ml I'l'tutor. following the big if used iu that way would soon leave All my potatoes are northern grown, the name of the Galveston Kamee com- cent, than tho only a coating of dry color which would pany, has in view tho culture of rainee, crop of 1831 writes a Peuiisylvanian in the American okni is refined, and other fibrous plants, on land He says: "From years of varieties, easily brush off. Kerosene Garden. For early wtatoes plant early northern stock lying foetween Houston and Galveston. such as Burpee's Early, Early Sunrise. from the crude oil petroleum, and for I have found that Bradstreet's makes the statement that Early Ohio, etc. Use large seed pieces. preserving wood from decay or preventis far superior to southern in vigor and ing the rusting of iron by covering its apparent "out of 210,000,000 pounds of cottou seed j ieldiug qnwlities. This is more The scale lice, on the hark of yonr fruit in the early varieties than in the late oil produced in 18t8, 70,000,000 pounds trees will soon hatch out, and when they surface with an oily coating the latter ones because of the fact that the early were used in the mixing with lard, and do be ready for them. Wash the trees is by far the preferable form for its use. dug tubers pasJ the line of maturity and that tle competition with this bogus pro- with soap and water or use whitewash It should simply be put on with n brushg color-inare on the down grade to decay before duct has reduced tho price of pure lard with ashes. Be sine and do it "on time." like paint, but wholly without any matter. from tes down to six cents u pound." the xilanting time comes in spriug." nT FARM AND GARDEN. AMONG THE POULTRY. Hml rrrull-rlti- THE DEXTER e - CATTLE. FARM AND GARDEN. Young Mothers! We Dr. A. S. PRICE) SURGKO.V DENTIST. Office ion Main Mreet, over W. II. McRobertt' l)ru(- - Store, StanfcrJ. a TO A.-- trhteh Inium 8tfttf to Life of Mother and Child. Jlobt Confinement of Its J'aln, Horror antXItlik. Offer You a Itemed if iTTTTn: 4ft .1 "MOTHER'S FRIEND" llttlf fiilu.and illil uot experience that weslcnr. altcrwanl tm.nl in uch caes. ilrt. 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A., Vice.Prn.ioent, Cincinnati, O ij. 1.1, a?l- w wimi i rv ii iiir-fu- Ij-iu- The only Protection tliat will effect ually protect all people, all elates, all labor and nil iiiterots is that styled SKi.r Protection ! acquired only from a truthful knowledge of ways and mean?, legal and illegal, just ami "BLUK GHASS KOUTE." by which the burdens of govern- The Shortest and Quickest Route from ment, profits of labor and industry, are Central Kentucky to all points North, Kentucky GentralR.fi. mi-jiib- t, u-- S ,TvlZTrI one-fourt- h u e, n hi unequally divided. That knowledge is power, and ignorance its slave, is forcibly illustrated daily in till walks of life, among all people, in all countries. Where knowledge is used as a power or a means for gaining wealth without labor or an equivalent therefor, it becomes necessary to deceive or keep iu i'Miorance of such methods tho.--e from whom the wealth is taken; hence it is that of the ten thousand newspaper.-printe- d in the United States, le? than free and independent ten are of the power or control of some clus, party or monopoly whose interest it is to keep the great nuiro of people in ignorance of their method-- . The Cincinnati Weekly Knqiiirer of the few, if not the only one, ly Lino between Lexington and Clncln- - East, West and South-Wea- t. Fast natl. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT FEB. No. --'. South-Houn- 15. iS9t. No. 6 No. S 4 En. Sun.; a in. Daily. ' Le Cincinnati ...' Lve t.owugton.... Lve Arr Arr Lve Arr Falmouth Paris Lexington.- Paris Winchester.-A- 8 10 8 18 g 48 11 ii 11 00 p in am Sol p mi ml 9 16 i in j iS a in 10 33 p ini 10 p 111 11 co p in'. Arr Lancaster.... 4 45 P ni s 20 p m Arr Stanford j.te Richmond ... 35 P . .. ......... i 1. 27 a ini la 10 p m' Ilichmond.... 1 3S P n! rr - a so p m 3 So p m 5 16 p tn 6ra p m tn 5 37 6 15 p rn o p o 7 Ex. Sun. a jo p m I.te Middleshoroj North-Hound. 1 o 7 3$ P m No. 5. No. 1. j No. 3; Lsc Middlcsboro 0 l.ve Livingston... 11 la Arr KicnmonU Lse Stanford 7 Lve Lancaster .., 7 I absolutely It is the Set-retlo- free from Mich influences. hone.-- t, thorough, able mo-- t teacher ami exponent of truthful knowledge, of reliable data, free from partisan bias, fair, frank and explicit tos.ich ileirreu that one cannot but leel dined and capable of forming correct "onc'lti-ion- 45 a m 05 a m 40 a m 00 am 50 am Arr Richmond..., ioi5a in Richmond... la 46 p m Arr Winchester. 1 40 p in Arr Paris 33 P m Lve Lexiugton ... 2 00 p m Lve Paris..., 45 P m Lve Falmouth 4 11 p m Arr Covington, 5 40 p m Arr Cincinnati 5 50 p in V.-- o .;J s2 q e I . Le . am a "i a in 3 45 p in 7 i3 7 S3 am 4 s p m 918 am 5 30 p in a m o 37 p in 10 44 a in 645pm 10 5 6 55 7 6 05 45 am 7 55, a m therefrom. Hueli a, papei hoiild b" iu every household. Sample .pi- .- tan be obtained by addres-sinj- ; ut Cincinnati, O. h pubii-lies r, -- Wli Wll.l. hlNI) Nog. leases Paris at and No. ii, at 5 37, p m, arriving at Maysville at 10 to, a m, and 755, p m. No. 10 leaves Maysville at 5 ao a m, arriving at Paris at 740, am. No 11 leaves Maysville at 1 jo and arrises at Paris at 4 io,lp in. These trains ar daily except Sunday. No 2, daily tn all points except Rowland Divis" " ion, svluch is daily except Sunday. runs daily irom Lexington to Cincinnati. No. No. 2 runs daily Nosiuiis daily from all stations except the Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday, , No. t daily except Sunday. No 4 daily between Cincinnati and Lexingtoa. 'o 43 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daily Leaves. Lexington 10 00 a. m Arrises Pan On theMaysville llranch, 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL IN CI.UII 1 Willi except Sunday, No. 7 No. 7 2 10 45 a. ni No, 8 Falmouth Accommodation; nati 5'iopm Arrises Falmouth 7 lease Cincin03 p m daily DEM0REST MAGAZINE; ONE YKAR KOR Jj W P. WALTON. o - ' Stacf r.l Kr rp.ywwmiMnfimmMmmmmimb e mffl, t.'tilJsPKssvV J FREE TO ALU.: Our New llliitrated ; ('Atnlocuo of Plants.: Bulbs, Vines. Shrubs, 2 Trees, amau 6 00 a m. Arrives 55 a in daily except Sunday. and 6 mako connections at Winchester for points on the N. N. M. V. R'y, K. D No. 3 carries through cars from Cincinnati ! Middlesborough and Cumberland (,ap and all 1. lermediate stations and runs daily W.I. MUNSON.Trav Pass. Agt.. Cincinnati. S. R KNOTT, C. P. AT.MORE, Traffic Manager. Gen Pass. Agt. Oeceiul uilice, Luuissille, Ky. S. K. II. MORSE, Oeiri Pass'g'r Agi., Ort'tce Chamber ot Commerce I'uilding.CincinuaH Leases Falmouth Crape Vines, 'WEjfir NANZ & MrtS. applicants: flu pages;and 4000 varieties of PlnnU. etc. Etergreens, etc., will be mailed Free to all : Seeds,; FOR MEN ONLY! I 3j Satisfaction Guaranteed. 35 Greenhouses; 30 acres. H Address, NEUNER, Lot'livilXi:. tor J.OTorFAIUHO anJuuuij taarml aad AJUUH itM weakostaefNEK vo on jjmmui x t BodyasdMicd, Kfecta Ml' louns?. ' erxrroriarxifctiisiauiaor Urc (.! SUXIIIKID rkliT M.kl.l. Uf U jS airMtitaaHctKtlknarcuirinoKuixsariiiTsoraoDr. u it,. H0a rr IkuUtdr Brlllfmilu u THIlTBISr-B- ll u Wrtl aUsav Usui rrus SO tf.rtitt C.t.lil. Kv. '. IBtm (itluillHut IhI,iflKOICAUCO..imriulWiiMltm, BUTFk.O.H. V. f M -- ft f v L..:tfM2fMLJfalLr . j - TT .i , -I T. :. t , kstsVsjWahsMassa- ;ii im "if '" yrwim ! impi,i,.m ssum """"""T' '' 'W'd'" "(?; "i' SjHuilili iSiihuiii THUpnMWWWUUfci HMIMlMMaMWMMffMMHMMp I SHE MjaaNSI owttlBfti Vhr Semi-Week- ly THE Rowland, First-clas- W When I got through with my lunch f went up to the big room uaiued after some big, rich Dutchman and heard all the preliminaries unanimously agreed to and the nominating speeches to boot, will do the and I never would have thought that I am well prepared to bore wells and crk in a Rood manner and promptlj Mr. Brown and Mr. Clay and Mr. HarAt One Dollar a Foot. din and Mr. Clardy needed as much bragging on as they got from Rube MilCall on or address me at Stan, 'n-n'- ; ler, Bill Owens, Gov. Hindman and a fellow named (Juinine Jim. After agreat " Mr. Chairman, I belong lieve his name was, said our governor was named Brown, and that night Mitch Alfordsaid his name was Brown, two. Jack Hendrick won next and my diges tive organs began to play pretty well on .AT. that dinner, and when John Rhea came on the stand and took a spat at Louisville I never felt more like a well man in & CO.'S, all my born days. May you live a long M. F. time, John, and always be as happy in your hits and may I forever feel in as Ky. little need of a doctor. But by the time that big Norman horse got through run ning away with Dick Warren and Jim Blackburn and that other Green fellow, my stomach felt like a bit: hogshead of sour mash. Then came Mr. Hale with a walk over to the tieasury. He is a hun GREEN, Proprietor P. W. gry looking man and when Dick Warren introduced him to me and he promised to come to Stanford I told him that) wo I have recently taken charge 01 this Hotel and intend keeping it at its present hgh would feed him good. Poor Tate! I standard. Special attention given to the traveling public. wonder who feeds him now. I'm sorrow for him can't help thinking Mr. J. 0. 'First-Clas- s U. imposed on him in some way. Who Also In connection. was Mr. I 0. U. any how? You bet wont eat up Pool and Billiard Parlors. he he "He will squeezeHale's tsabstance. our dollar 94-o- Open day and night. Sample room and good livery in connection. Money to place seats in the school-housI went to tho convention; had lota of Published Every Tuesday and Fr day here is to be raised by a property fun; saw lota of sights nnil lots of people; and poll tax in one year. AT The llshing roile several miles up ami down in the party at Underwood's pond last Satur5fJ i.JJFin YKA.rt.iy JVD"r bid steam hand baskets that they have day was well attended by thcyoum; peoe charged.- When not o paid $2.50 at the big taverns for people to get in to ple and enjoyed by all'. W. P. Bourne keep from walking tip and down stairs. pays he has a sow and cow that presentYou ought to have seen me and the oth- ed him with 13 pigs and two calves one W. B. er fellows who have to climb rt ladder at day last week. Joe Grillin is baling the home to get up in "the loft," but wo remuants of hay now in this settlement, never let on. Ate several meals atone and shipping to Middlesborough and Office South side Main street, in office recently of these big taverns; handed me a news- other points. He is making himself use vacated by Or. L. F. Huffman, Stanford, Ky. paper with a whole raft of outlandish ful in finding a market for such produce DR. I- 15. COOK, reading on it and asked me to pick out that we have to sell. Lambs are disap "Mr. Waitwhat I wanted PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, er, I can't read a for dinner. this; so fetch pearing near Here, over on the uarram word of side, but where they go is not yet fixed, STANFORD. KY. me lots of bread, n cup of coll'ee and a but it is thought they have gone the way Office over Mc Roberts' Drug Store Residence, irlass of milk with ice, everv variety of Jos. Smith's wife of "Ward's ducks." James 11. Owens' property at the junction ot vegetables known to your market, cook- presented him with a and Danville pikes. fine boy this ed in every varied form known to your week. Squire B. F. Knifeman is on a of fish flesh culinary visit at his J. A. Harris, R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. and fowl,department, plenty roast, broiled, fried, mashed and we hope he may return soon greatly and hashed, a dozen eggs prepared in as improved and refreshed by DENTIST. the stay. tf,m .trfPt. omosite Portman House, many ways; have everything nicely gar- Miss Anna Evans Bright has been on nicnn Nitrous Oxide Gas gncn tor painless up stairs. nished and don't forget to bring along the sick list for some days, but is im extracting. plenty of relishes and n bottle of ale to proving now. James Hackley reports STANFORD, KENTUCKY. make it go down, and tell Green Cook that he is selling some strawberries now to send it in quick before I get hungry. for 50 cents per gallon. I Dry weather Then you may bring me for desert a big and crows are causing lots of corn to be custard pie, two apple dumplings with planted the second time. Brother Rand Huilclinjj plenty of sauce; a saucer of ice cream, a preached a good sermon here at the quar In the corporate limits of Rowland. saucer of sherbet and a 6aucer of straw- terly meeting Sunday, but the audience H J. DARST, Rowland. g6 berries and another cup of collee; then was rather small on account of the meet I suppose this little paper tells about a ing at Lancaster, and Miow day at the French roll, so you can bring along a Fork. Kggtf, are SHELTON HOUSE, plate of that and some toothpicks. Do the circulating chickens and turkeys mermedium here in the you take in my order'."' "Yes, boss, I chandise line. We get the I. J.s all in j. H. ORBER, Proprietor, takes it in, and may the Lord have mer time, but some times they are almost - cy on you when you takes it in. Uo yon torn up by the long trip they take to specks any other gemmeu to eat here to reach us. accommodations at reasotuDie raics. s Interior Journal "Happy Jack" (To the Editor Interior Journal.1 on the Convention. HUBBLE. e An Anthorltattra Deelalon. .vnok -- 'A DR. PENNY, Dentist. - ioo-6- m father-in-law'- For Sals Twenty Lots Tommy camo running to his fathor one day with a webjhi of trouble on his mind. "Sadie says that tho moon is mada of green cheese, pa, and I don't believe it." "Don't you bcllove It? Why not?" "I know it Isn't." "Hut how do you know?" "Is it, papa?" "Don't ask mo that question; you must tind out for yourself." "How can I find out?" "You must study Into it," He went to the parlor, took the family Hiblb from the table and was missed for some time, when ho camo running into the study. "I have found it out; the moon is not made of green cheese, for the moon was made before tho cows were." Life. Matrimonial Intelligence. "Is It a fact," asked one Austin young lady of another Austin young lady,1 "that you have consented to marryj young Spoony, and are going to be married right off?" "Yes, we are engaged." "Why. he has not got any money; lie Is ugly, and he is dylngof consumption. He von't live two months." "That's tho very reason I marry him. Black Is so becoming to me that I ought to have been a widow years and years ago.- "- Texas Sittings. An Istieatljratton In Order. rWL PI! POWDER Icax.-mii- Bastin's Saw Mill. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer set pike, 7 miles Irom Stanford ami am prepan-to furnish any kind of LUM1IKK. SlllNlil.Ki. Ac, at LOWES! I'KICIiS. I will sell the lui btrat the mill or delUer, to suit purchasers. Ci ine a trial rmtofice, M AYWOOli, K V I will deliver sawed chestnut shingles at Stafford or Itowlind at It 15 per.M 1 4J-i- J y A II IIASIIN Saw Farm For Salo. I df ire 10 sell my laun ! atout i.pi res Sit ated ahmit t miles with if Sui.lopl ni t' I HijiuIi piKr, rppt'te the Hush chur. h tho a ret in are alxiut tu 4t anu the balatn t of iht f.iruv well net in Inn. thy ( od dwelling offuir r""am! liuhtn and a splendid new ham. Is well watered .ind feiu ed l'"Seion can he eiven Immediately. Kr particulars, se J. P lluiley, SutifrJ, or write the nnilerti:nej at K U ITIIKKS Cincinnati, Chin re, .r Absolutely Puro A cream of tattar hak ng powder Highcit of all In trciith -- Latest I S tioxern-meri- t rood Report Dealer In loirin A- - o CO o o c. 11 WINKS AND LIQUORS, A. kerman's and Milwaukee Ultted Kait Jelfttvm tret, bet Hold and I'reiton, I.OI ISMI.I.E, KV Steam bottle I beer, warrantcl to keep sis n.onths My mo. will he found jt the I'nrtnian House saloon and at remll llro' , Rowland loom & Serin heer, 314 3 3 n p 3 c tre EL HIB1 M MOFATHIC SALVE, 0.3 Kentucky. day?" What She My CooJd She WEX.X. RORX3STG CASH "pow-wow,- Paid For Hides and Fnr, ELKIN Stanford, SS-t- should think such an enIt loo Us like a reflection cltUen as Mr. temper. Goodman would bo nominated for somo He Well, my barber Insist upon it. important ofllce In this community. snying- it is conducive to happiness Politician He'd run well, but wo among married men. don't need him. She It may bo among men, but it la "Don't need hlm?" 'very unsatisfactory to a married wom"No. We're always sure of a big maan. X. Y. Herald. jority, anyhow." N. Y. Weekly. Ills Own Fault. Willing to lie a Mother to Hlm. A Now York paper contained a very Immature but Ardent Lover I will severe criticism on a book. Not long" not bo trilled with any longer, Maud afterwards tho author met the editor at Spoonamore! Will you marry me? Yes a focial gathering. or no? "So you are tho newspaper fellow Mature but Unsusceptible Damsel who made my book out to bo so bad," (with anxious concern) Harry, have bald the exasperated author. you had the whooping cough and been "Excuse me, that's what you, your- vaccinated yet? Chicago Tribune. self, did for it," roplled tho editor. l'lty the .satlsHed Woman. Texas Sittings. The Singular Girl My only ambition . Cause far is to write a book. "They tell mo that Edwin Hooth is The Practical Girl Well, why don't already sorry he announced his Inten- you write one, then? tion of retiring from tho stage for n The Singular Girl Why, if I dld.eJ time." shouldn't have any ambition left, "It must be hard for him to glvo up would I? Munsey's Weekly. I public-spirited - dear husband. I do wish you wouldn't get your hair cut so short. Mr? Customer You made a mistake in my prescription the other day. It called for two grains of opium and I got a small package containing magnesia. IJrugglst Are you sure about It? Customer Yes. Here is a duplicate prescription from the physician. Now the question Is, who got tho opium? Druggist Dear me, that's m; (to tho prescription clerk) James, who's dead in tho neigh borhood? Jury. OoimI CO o c CD J Cure iiii. bruites. old sores, skin iluniti. corns, bullions, piles tistuls, scratches, halter hiitui, Jew poison and hrui.es Wherever it has en u. itha Kivcn wonderful satMlartioti an il prcncnsitt lor lemositiir soreness Is remark '! Suinrrou- - testimonials will be secured anl will apprir in tiis spsce at a later dale. MaJe 1 ami I r 'l.l ) J II llli.r.lNS. Stasford.Ky (9 CO O e30 'THE London, I JULEV K. H . HOUSE, o c u 3 en KIIjST, Proprlotor, - Kentucky. a. Stranger upon my terprising, Men Not Needed. I a C3 T li'' sired. pttpr bait nv.vni ft, my new Matel and am better on. mo.! 41 than eer to the public Lirti aita. hr I and escry conirniee.ee irv d Intr t 11 c O rRANK K1I.KV. o n u o o I. M. HKL'CE, 0) XBfS'X1' V'aLaaalfilaV FZT lives;, sals akd ":: stable Heft-ret- SPKCIAL travelers. Morses and mules bought and sold. Onlyntst-clas- s horietand veni.Ics used in livery STAXFOItn.KY. a ATTKNlToNto COMMERCIAL II. FARMER 'TONSOIUAL ARTIST, 12. y M'NMOKn, KK.VTICKV, firit nm Iiji't r Shop on Main street, or posite 1'ortiiun llnu.e. nd Innteia share of yo ir (.atronate Prompt attention lo.HiUide alls a.i special attention 10 ladies and . hitdrcr WorK di.ne In the latest style with neatness and dis Svern Ma a 1 IF Ol' ARF. GOlNi. BTORTH or MYERS HOUSE, n of himself published in tho newspapers." Judge. Dead Loads of It. Miss lilanque So you are going to acting." "It isn't that lie has seen the WEST, - IHIi 1r plo-tur- es AIJKAM.S WAS HATI.HFIKIt. Farmers Bank& Trust Co. or Is now fully I v;. Sample Room South America? Gen. Earlybird Yes: to engage in tho lottery business. Miss lilanque Why, what experience have you? Gen. Earlybird I haTe been married four times. Puck. A MMLouisville 4 STANFORD. KV . ntinwd ihd read) fnr business is ita NatHvmc R. R. Paid up Capital of Snrplus, . - - - Is the line f r yo i,as its $200,000. 15,000. Double Daily Trains Make cloieconnv ti ns at Sl'CCKSsMHt us Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OF STAN r OR D, (Now clociog up) Ily piavitttfM tsf 1 ill he makes the burrards holler " Landlady Mr. Bordalne? Mr. U. No, I'ollte Hoarder. Have some of this butter, Ah, LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI For all points TMKOUC.M TICKKTS SOLI). UAOC.AGE CllrXKhD TMROtGM Or For any information emiuire of J A. CAlU'KMMt. Ajeat, tae saase avaaageitieal. una the same assets and under as FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, KY. Capital Stock Surplus 8200,000 :- - 16,500 Stanford. indicates. Then came Porter Thompson with those leaden weights that he carried since Shiloh and Murfreesboro, with Judge Lindsey for a jockey, and my Lord, what running! He distanced the speed of Gilpen when he celebrated his wedding day and how happy he The Directory of this Dank is composed ct T. I. Foster, of Stanford; made the school children! Then Adams Forestus Reid, Lincoln county ; uext and last, with Col. George WashJ. V. Ilaydcn, Stanford; S. H. Itaughman, Lincoln; ington to nominate him, as the represenM. I. Miller, Alt. Vernon; S. T. Harris Lincoln; tative of the widow of Kentucky's late J. S. llocker Stanford; clerk, and Kentucky with one chivalric G. A. Lacker, Lincoln: T. J Hill, Stanford, acclaim 6aid: "Yea, yea a thousand G. Welch, Stanford. W. 1'. Tate, Stanford. times yea!" and now when she takes OFFICERS: her final repose where Longmoor sleeps J, S llocker. President; it will be in full gratefulness to and Ml Roberts, Cashier; John J. A. A McKinn'c-v- , Assistant Cashier God's blessings on us all. 1 yr Yes, I borrowed clothes and borrowed money and went to the convention and gave it all this attention. Saw the races, went to the theatre and saw the Graces, also the Scotch-Iris- h and F.lks brother hood; nor did I forget to take in tho "musicale," I belive itwas, and not to TITE GREAT HOUSEHOLD KEMEDY FOB be outdone, it took me in, and after all this respect shown our great city, don't you think the Courier put my picture SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, in the paper, dressed in anything but SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. purple and tine linen with tack heads PRICE SO CENTS. in the bottom of my shoes as big as nick-le- a Send thro stamps for free muio and called me "Old Hayseed?" box and book. Boys, I'm mad. Don't let's go to Louisville any more. Let's build a big democratic wigwam at Crab Orchard. Col. Welch says he will sell out hia interests in Middlesboro and Pineville and invest ABSOLUTELY PURE,v it all if we will, and we all know he ' FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH,! would rather go to Crab Orchard than AND NURSERY PURPOSES, Congress. Yours always, " Ha pi' v Jack." Vlttl fix TAR-OL- D CO. VlUUMtUi JLUJ -- E. T. Pence sold a lot of light hogs For sale by A. R. Penny and M, L. Hourae, 1 5 93-- Attention of the public is invited to tho fact that this is the only National Hank in Stanford. Under the provisions of the National Bank Act, depositors ate secured not only by the capital stock, but by the stockholders liability lor an amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of this institution are secured by a fund of Sjoo.ooo. Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank are made each year to the United States government and its assets are examined at stated times by government agents thus securing addttitonal and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit llanlc or aunlord in 1358, tliea ued as the Nattcnat Hank ol Stanford 111 S05 and as the First National Hank of again Stanford in iSSj, hat had practically an uninterrupted existence of j xears. It is better supplied now with facilities for transacting business prompt ly and liberally than ever before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduciaries, firms and indiwduals respectfully solic-te- d. thank you. don't you love butter? Mr. 15. Well, I cannot say that I lovo got up and said: "Mr. Chairman, I am "Here, Abrams, look at this suit of that butter; but, my dear madam, I ashere " Then he seemed to be taken sure you that Its age commands my clothes you sold me yesterday!" "What's de matter of 'era? I sold 'em with a stoppage in his speech and a good slncerest respect. Washington Star. to you half off fur cash, didn't IV" many people laughed, but when they Couldn't He .Suited. "Yes." got through voting for Col. Corbett and Wool My cook left "Well, I've got der ensh, ant de close in spite Mr. Swango everybody knew what young of all I could do. is half off, ain't it? What more do you Salvers meant by letting them know he Van Pelt What was the trouble? want?" Life. was there. By the way, a young lady Wool The children annoyed her. I very- Strange. told me he was coming to Stanford soon offered to kill the children, but she was Sunday-SchoTeacher (finishing the and, boys, I want you to be good to him, afraid the authorities would detain her narration) And that is the story of Jobut watch him. I told mv "cousin," as a witness. Jury. nah and the whalo. Johnny Cumso Isn't It strange they Free to Hope. Alex Grant, that "Swango from Wolfe" "May I hope?" he asked, after his knew what a Jonah was that long ago? had the right geography and "ear Jury. marks" for a winner. Cousin Alex seventeenth rejection. "les," she replied, "you may." I'rerept and l'rartirn. thought so too, as the vote of Franklin " I didn't watch after the laud oiHce business much, but 1 don't forget a youth Landlady to-da- y, A W W. FF.NN. Trav. Fan Aitent. Jumtion C Twenty miles the Shorten to Sunfjed, Ky. M t, Ky OLD KY. ROUTE Newport News .V Mississippi Va ley Co bulid VeslibLled Trains to E I). fully itretKtea1 as aie UetMMiinrs in National HaaVs, iu skatcatslder being KcJd indmJuiliv hsbfe to tke esleat al the amottnt of their slo. k thetesa at the par saiur taetrol, m aUdilMM totbs aasouHt invexted in sntb shales It may a as executor. a4nHntUalr, (luster, Ac, as fu.! a. an isxItiHlaal To those uao emru.lrtl their hulsmess to n while maaglag the Lincoln NattoHal Hank 0' Slaafonl, new her tender estr nsanr thanks an I trust they xill continue to transact thru busiiiesi with us orfering a. a guarantee foe prompt alter lion 10 saaisi, isur yeait .ierieH.e in banking bberaiacxtasisasMtatsosss as aiecon sisteat sv.th sound bank lac. ittcisaiier, tlpM4tnis ire imy J J Williams, Mt Version PtNiurN: J - J. M IU.1, Suuiurd: Osx's'-y, J.S ol Washington, Philadelphia Baltimore, New York, All points and Southeast. Onl) one unlit out lr in Letinston, Cotre. ted Tune Card in Kflei t Mas ft, ilii "Because he said, pleadingly. Post. "Because," she responded, earnestly, never put off till "this is a free country." Washington be done to-da- y. Mrs. Tangle Remember, Tommy, what can A Iteuili- - Debater. TAR DID HPIIES two-cent Fond Uncle .lack, you extravagant rascal, I'll cut you off without a shilling. Jack (the moonlighter) All the more reason for letting mo have tho five hundred now. Munsc.y's Weekly. A Matter of Necessity. "I don't see how you mako your patients obey you, doctor. A man who l& fond of high living never will diet." "He can't help himself, madam. Whon he has paid my pill he has to reduce his living." Harper's Bazar. Tile llest of Reason. Ringway I heard the other day that your friend, Splinter, had left the stage. What was the trouble? Featherstone Principally, I believe, because the audience didn't want him to bta3'. Jury. I'oor Traveris Sikes Ah, there's Miss Van Wyok. She's on to Europe Dolph And there's Travers after her. How about their engagement? Slkes That's off, too. Jury. S received? Benson Well, sir, the crowd laughed itself sore. Watson Ah? I didn't know it was a tragedv. Judgo. Tommy Then, ma, I guess I'd hotter eat up the rest of those candies right now. Saturday Evening Herald. Induction from I'artlriilar. Watson Benson, how was your play JCliMt II011111I. ast Mail leaves l.eiitixtoii daili at - ; an WinUieMer s j, Mt sitriiair o.w.Olue lint 11 15 pm, Catlcttxburx u ii, urr t " at Huntln;tOH la.ju pm. Limited Ksptta luates l.esiiigl'Mi djili It I 1; pm, Winchester 7 av,Mt Slerliuj - j ., O ne llul v oj, Ashland 10 jo. Catleltvbiirg it arriving at I iluntiHgtnn at 11 07 pm Sunday, leii,1 Acciuimod;itKH, ilallv, eicert Mt Mer- Lexington at 45 pm, 71 linir 7 4C arrivlne at Dine Hill .it n put AccommndatiuR, daily cscepl Sunday, leases , I.'xlOKton at ii soam, Winihrstrr 11 ... pm. Mt Sterling 05 pm. Pail) leave Ulne Hill iiiira' Ashland I 4s am, Catlettu j. rrues Miuit ( ingtun ) as am, I S J Ksshf y, Suaixrsl ; ..... ,. J K I.ynn, Ssuaford; A. H. CartMMee, MiHaslgau l J. K. . liasnjamua, lla4Xti. , J. F. Cash, Staafaiti; WiUum 04Mk, Slaaford. Ky S. II. Shanks, 1'iendtnt ) H. Owsley. ,C.i' e M llrigl.t. Teller BkV, II Ma ih msii. Ociii-ra- l llw.k keep iaafr4; - A1MTER' inthlr G MACIC 1 CHOLERA CURE! s Papa you found most valuable this year? .lack (thoughtfully) To tell you tho truth, father, I lost on evory book I made. Munsey's Weekly. A l'rovorb Disproved. "They say that time Is money; but I don't believe it." "Why not?" "Because rich men neverseemtohavo a moment to spare." Puck. A Farting .Shot. Mr. B. My dear, your butcher gives you short weight for your money. Mrs. It. But consider, also, my dear, the long wait you give him for his. Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Not a Hook Lover. Well, Jack, what book havo Fast Mail leaves Mimiington dally at ' o am, Catlettsburgbai, Ashland ft jy. Olhe Mill 8 i . Mt Sterling loa;, inclicstcr 11 oj and amies Lex- . pm llitst at n Limited Fxprtis leases lluminton daily at In1 (u. Ollie Hill, pm, Catlettsburi? ), Ashland 4 $1 ana arrises r 301, .lit Mcillng 4 .), at Lexington at 5 30 pm Accommodation, daily es'ept Sunday, leaves Olive Hill 4 am, Mt. Sterling 6 S Winchester 7 is and arrives at Lexington at 3 05 am. Accommodation daily leaves Huntington at 6 is pm, Catlettshurg 657, Ashland 7 10 and arrises at Olive Hill S 55 pin. Except Sunday leases Jit Sterling at 30 pm, Winchester 55 and arrives at Lexington at a 4 pm. 1 1 vtiin-nciie1 1 rrtt lioiuul. Limited Vestihuleil Express runs daily and bas Pullman Vestibuled Mullet Sleepers between Louisville, Lexington, Washington, New York and Old I'oint Comfort. This train Is made part of the celebrated .V East of Huntington Fast Mail! rains run dally except Sunday he. Lexington and Huntington, Make direct tween connection at Huntington with L,,vO at Ash land wnh S. V. R, J at Winchester xtith K. C. R. R. north and south bound, and at Lexington with L. & N L. S, and C, N. O. A T. P. Railroads. Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily. except ouuuay. vunurvi . . iiibiicairr iu nuu from K. C points and at Lexingtor. with L. U N. R. R.for Louisville. Lexington and Mt. Sterling Accommodation runs daily except Sunday, and makes direct connection at Winchester to and from Mlddleshor. otigh and Richmoud, and at Lexington with L. S. Ky. for Louisville, For full information iu regard to rates, routes. Ac , apply to any agent of this or counectia;; lines V. F.on F. C. O. Route the TAR:SiDSOAP J at 3j. Unintentional Slang. y The cjty water Mother Why. Maud, I'm shocked! has raised my rates. Get off that table at once. What in tho Old Boarder They must have found world is the matter with you? out that we havo salt mackerel for Maud Oh, rats! Munsey's Weekly. breakfast. N. Y. Weekly. On the An Kxaet K'stluiate. Customer Why, look here, waiter; He (poetical) Ah, who can cxpresA you've got your thumb in my soup! the power of love? Waiter Oh, I don't mind; tain't hot. She (practical) I can. It's two don Judge. key power. Munsey's Weekly. Itaveuga. Obnoxious Waiter Have you forgotK. K. Kirk, formerly cashier of the ten nothing, sir? Quest No. I left It for you. Life. Citizens' Bank of Leb.mon, is dead.Mrs. Slimdiet com-pauHost-cry- . - Au Unexpected Xeme-il- . r. E. G.W.HARNEY, V. P. and G. L, Lexington. Ky. VV. HUNTINGTON, C. L. HROWN, G. P. A., Thminands of dollars worth of chick-e- n are destroycil by Cholent every year. It Is mora fatul to them than all other tllseat.es combined. Jhit the tliscovery of a liquid remetly that destroys tho Mlcrolerf has been made. Half of tho younp chickens are killed by Microbes leforo they aro fryers. A lwttlo is enough for 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of n bottle, you are not satisfied with it as a cure for Cholera, return it to tho druggist from whom you purchased it, and ho will refund your mouey. jmi-tite- li r0-ce- nt G. M., Lexington, Ky, S. HARRISON. For sale by W. T P. AAshtind, Ky lord. Hi Mc Roberts, druggist, Stao. J AagAy ty A 'tfl'Lfa'A., .. va rmitf 'VmX'bini j Ji 5 JiWjtf W.jUsJtWWj ..... MfMsMffc.sW 'rp f ym & uuM'tM' jiw.iiifrtMiintiiiiinaijMift i iMXMWirjWimi'iHgjt,xidMiw maiii MShSCaUn p sSi K l Money to place seats in the school-hous- one day with a wehjht of trouble father on his ronvention; had lots of the Published Every Tueaday and Fr day hero is to be raised by a property mind. I have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somer fun; saw lots of sights nml lots of people; and poll tax in one year. The fishing set pike, 7 miles Irum Stanford nnd am prepar- AT "Sadie says that the moon Ls mails of to furnish any Llnd of I.U.MIIKK, SIIINGl.K-- . fapVALMVMJ rode several miles up and down in the party at Underwood's pond last Satur pa, and I ,U., at I.OWLS'1 I'KICKS. I will sell the lu 5y YJSABJN AD'.VNOK big steam hand baskets that they have day was well attended by the young peo- preen cheese, bcltove it?don't believe It." berat the null or delner, to suit purchasers. Out Why not?" "Don't you me a trial l'totrite. MAY WOOD, KY WTWhen not so paid S2.0O w'li e charged.-at the big taverns for people to get in to ple and enjoyed by all. W. P. Bourne "I know it Isn'L" will deliter avd chestnut shingles at Su fcrd or Itoxhnd it it s per.M "But how do you know?" keep from walking up and down stairs. says he has a sow nml cow that presentA II HAM IN "Is It, papa?" You ought to have seen me and the oth- ed him with 13 pigs and two calves one W. B. "Don't ask mo that question; you er fellows who have to climb a ladder at day last week". Joe Uriiiin is baling the must tind out for yourself." home to get up in "the loft," but we remnants of hay now in this settlement, "How can I And out?" at one and shipping to Middlesbnrough and "You must study Into it." r I side Main street, In office recently never let on. Ate several meals to sell my laun vl Mo,il iy res st Office South ated about miles nrr f Mii.fot.l ii t , vacated by Dr. L F. HufTinan, Stanford, Ky. of these big taverns; handed me a news- oilier points. He is making himself useHe went to tho parlor, took tho famte the J.t lmr. h Theta Hush Hunch piVr, op( paper with a whole raft of outlandish ful in finding a market for such produce ily Hlblo from the table nnd was missed a ret In writ at nml ute akmt mi the haUtu of tht l.imi well Mt in tins, thy ( od ilwrlhrr DK. I.. B. COOK, reading on it and asked me to pick out that we have to sell. Lambs are disap- for some time, when he came running' b.n and a splendid new off iir rm jml into the study. 1 ''Mr. Waitham, is e'l MatrreJ jn.1 fen. eil. l'ossrtsun tan PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, what wanted a for dinner. this; co fetch pearing near here, over on the Garrard he ien immediately, tor partliulars, su J P "I have found it out; the moon is not I can't read word of er, lUilcy, hUnf'tJ, or write the nnlerlcnej a STANFORD, KY. side, but where they go is not yet fixed, made of preen cheese, for the moon K 11 IIKRS Cinnnnaii. (hi me lots of breatl, a cup of coll'ee and a but it is thought they have gone the way was made before tho cows were." Drug More Residence, glass of milk with ice, everv variety of Office over McRoberts' Owen1 property at the junction ot of "Ward's ducks." Jos. Smith's wife Life. James vegetables known to your market, cook- presented and Danville pikci. Matrimonial Intelligence. of tartar bak ng nnff V lim with a tine boy this Highest of ed in every varied form known to your week. leawniuit itreiisth S Gorn. Latest "Is it n fact," asked one Austin young-- all in Food Rrpurt Dealer In loreijn A D'ietli. Squirt! B. F. Knglemau is on a ment lady of another Austin young lady,' D. D. S. culinary department, plenty of fish llesh visit at his J. A. Harris, "thut you have R. C. MORGAN, WINKS AND LIQUORS, and fowl, roast, broiled, fried, mashed and we hopo he may return soon greatly consented to marryj young Spoony, nnd are going to be and hashed, a dozen eggs prepared in as improved and refreshed by Senn S. Aikerman's and Milwaukee lotile. DENTIST. the stay. married right off?" beer, 314 Kat Jefferson street, bet Hoil a 8 . . .. nn- nn.uii. Pnrtman House. many ways; have everything nicely gar Miss Anna Evans Bright has been on I'reslon, I.Ol IS II.I.K, KV Steam bottl.-"Yes, we are engaged." heer, warranted to keep sis nunths upstairs. Nitrous Oxide lias gien for pamleii nished and don't forget to bring along My guols "Why. he has not got any money; ho' the sick list for some days, but is imwill he found at the IVrtmin House saloon aid extracting. at rernll llros' , Rowland plenty of relishes and a bottle of ale to proving now. James Hackley reports is ugly, and he Is dylngof consumption. STANFORD. KENTLCKs. if.r make it go down, and tell Green Cook that he is selling some strawberries now He won't live two months." "That's the very reasou I marry him. to send it in quick before I get hungry. for 00 cents per gallon.. Dry weather I HOMEOPATHIC Theu you may bring me for desert a big aud crows are causing lots of corn to be Black is .so Incoming to me that I to havo been a widow years and custard pie, two apple dumplings with planted the second time. Brother Rand ought ago.Curu uli, bruises, old sores, skin diseases, years "- Texas Sittings. corns, bullions, pile fistula, scrati hs, halter plenty of sauce; a saucer of ice cream, a preached a good sermou here at the quar htims, de poison and bruises Wherever It hss limit of Rowland. In the corporate An Investigation In Order. saucer of sherbet and a saucer of straw- terly meeting Sunday, but the audience u.r it has Kivcn wonderful satisfaction an il prcrenii tor retiMsitig soreness is remark H J. DARST, Rowland. Customer You mode a mistake in my ss berries and another cup of coliee; then was rather small on account of the meet N'jiiurou- - testimonials will be seuredin. Me will apprir in this spscr at a later date. MaJe I suppoM this little paper tells about a ing at Lancaster, and show day nt the prescription the other tiny. It called and ld l) for two grains of opium and I got a J It llh, r. Vs. Stanford, Ky French roll, so you can bring along a Fork. Eggs, )r are HOUSE, plate of that and some toothpicks. Do the circulating chickens and turkeys mer- small package containing magnesia. SHELTON Druggist Are you sure about it? medium here in the n sssssv fd von take in mv order V" "Yes, boss, I chandise line. We get the I. J.s all in Customer Yes. Here is a duplicate JULKV HOUSE, GREER, Proprietor, J. H. takes it in, and may the Lord have mer- time, hut some times they are almost prescription from the physician. Xow F. I! KIL.27. Proprlotor, Z - cy on you when you takes it in. Do you torn up by the long trip they take to the question is, who got tho opium? London, - Kontucky. Druggist Dear me, that's so; (to tho specks anv other gemmeu to eat here to- reach us. -- S?accommodations at reasonable rates. I hssc m .xo (.1 prescription clerk) James, who's dead r new Hotel and nn belter Open day and night. Sample room and good hery day?" r l.i i imme!ati tlie public it i in tho neighlwrhood? .Jury. 94"" in connection. When I got through with my lunch f and esery convenience irv I.nrti n THiat Co old She- Mean? sired, tut; n a a went up to the big room named after She My dear husband, I do wish Oowl .Men Not NcdeiL FRANK KII.KV. some big, rich Dutchman and heard all you wouldn't pet your hair cut so short. Stranger I should think such an enthe preliminaries unanimously agreed to It looks like a reflection upon my terprising, public-spirit- s citlren as Mr. Goodman would be nominated for sorao V and the nominating speeches to boot, temper. -Ho Well, my barber insists upon It, Important ofllce in this community. do the I am well prepared to bore wells and will aud I never would have thought that saying it is conducive to happiness vsork in a Rood manuer and promptl Politician He'd run well, but wo Mr. Brown aud Mr. Clay and Mr. Har- among married men. don't neetl him. One Dollar a Foot. At din and Mr. Clardy needed as much She It may be among1 men, but it U "Don't nerd him?" 2 Call on or address me at StaJ1,0d tK5"th' braccini! on as they cot from Kube Mil 'very unsatisfactory to a married wom"Xo. We're always sure of a bljr ma34 ler, Hill Owens, Gov. Hindman nnd a an. X. Y. Herald. jority, anyhow." X. Y. Weekly. ellow named Quinine Jim. After a great lilt Own Fault. Willing- tn lis a Mother tn Illm. " Mr. Chairman, I belong A Xew York papar contained a very Immature but Ardent Lover I will CO lieve his name was, said our governor severe criticism on a book. Xot lonp not lm trilled with any longer, Maud was named Brown, and that night Mitch afterwards tho author met the editor at Spoonamore! Will you marry me? Yes or no? Alford said his name was Brown, two. a social gathering. I. M. HRUCE, "So you the Mature but L'nsusceptiblo Damsel Jack Hendrick won next aud my diges who made are book newspapersofellow my out to bo bad," (with nnxious concern) Harry, have tive organs began to play pretty well on said the exasperated author. STABLE, hU "- you had the whooping cough and been .AT.. that dinner, aud when John Rhea came "Excuse me, that's what jou, your- vaccinated yet? Chicago Tribune. STANFORD, KV. E. on the stand and took a spat at Louis- self, did for it," roplicd tho editor. SPKCIAL ATI F.N I fo.N to COMMERCIAL IMty til Satisfied Woman. ville I never felt more like a well man in Texas Sifting. rTOXkSORIAL The Singular Girl My only ambition travelers Horses and mules bought and sold & CO.'S, all my born days. May you live a long M. F. Only hortesand sehi les uted in livery Cause for Ilegrct. Is to write a book. .sTS,ORD, Kr.NTlCKV, time, John, aud always be as happy in "They tell me that Edwin Booth Ls Has a first ins turner hop on Mam strtet, o; The Practical Girl Well, why don't your hits and may I foiever feel in as already sorry he announced his inten- you write one, then? ami tnsites a share of pitf IVrtniin Uniteatltntwn louutside alls yo I IF 0 ARK C.CilT... Ky. (atronac 1'rornot 11 little need of a doctor. But by the time tion of retiring1 from tho stage for a The Singular Girl-W- hy, special attention to ladies and .hi'.drrr Wot If I dld.I done In the litest style with neatness and dis that big Norman horse got through run time-.shouldn't havo any ambition left, oh M bm Pl h "It must be hard for him to glvo up would I? Munsev's Weekly. ning away with Dick Warren and Jim acting." THK Blackburn and that other Green fellow, AlUtAM.H WAS HATISKIKD. "It isn't that. Fie has seen the Co my stomach felt like a big hogshead of of himself published in tho newssour mash. Then came Mr. Hale with a papers." .Judge. OF .STANFORD. KV . walk over to the treasury-- He is a hun P. V. GREEN, Proprietor Dead Load or It. gry looking man and when Dick Warren Is row fully orfJtmed and rad for bu.ir.ess w.ik Miss Iilanque So you are going- to introduced him to me and he promised South America? Louisvtllt 4 Nmvilic R, Paid up Capital of $200,000. 1 have recently taken charge oi this to come to Stauford I told him that wo Gen. Earlybird Yes: to engage In the Hotel and intend keeping it at its present hi;h would feed him good. Poor Tate! I lottery business. Snrplus, . - - 10,000. standard. Special attention given to the traveling Is the lu e fir jo ;, as its public. Miss Iilanque Why, what experience woutler who feeds him now. I'm sorrow for him can't help thinking Mr. I. 0. have you? Sl'CCrSOK tn nil! LINCOLN NATIONAL 'First-Clas- s Gen. Earlybird I have been married HANK OK STANrORD, U. imposed on him in some way. Who times. Puck. Make cloiclconnc ti n at Also In connection (Now cIomoc un) with the same atsets and under You bet four was Mr. I 0. U. any how? aiauafesaeal. A I'ollto Boarder. wont eat up LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI ily pravissMStoe saraechaiter, ittpKtflr. are as af its Billiard Parlors. he he "He will squeezeHale's 'substance. Pool and fully protected as aie dessMitors in National Landlady Have somo of this butter, our dollar HaaVs, its ifcarehtsUers besng keld individual. For all points Till he mafces the buzrards holler " Mr. Bordainc? Isahlc to the etteat ol the amasint f their sto. ' IHROUl.H TICKKTS SOLD B. Xo, thank you. Ike star s alise thereof, ih addilieH to the therrsa I didn't watch laud HAOOACI CHKC Kl.D 1 HKtiLr.lt aasouMt at NATIONAL BANK iness much, but after theforget ollice bus- Mr. invented in such sharrs It may a. t as Landlady Ah, don't you lore butter? 1 don't a youth esecutor. adimnutiatuf , trustee, Ac, as fu.J) a. For any iHf.rraatioa enuuire erf Mr. B. Well, I cannot say that I love A amadissdual got up and said: "Mr. Chairman, I am "Here, Abrams, look at this suit of J A. CARi'KNIhlt. Ajcut, To those who emru. led their huUiHcss to s OF STANFORD, KY. that butter; hut, my dear madam, asOr Stattfxd, Ky. while mngiK the tinoln here " Then he seemed to be taken sure you that its age commands I my clothes you sold me yesterday!" W W I'KNN, Trav. I'a.s Aif.nt. M Staafonl, i her Under essrNattostal linkan I assnv thanks "What's de matter of 'em? I sold 'em with a stoppage in his speech and a good tsincerest respect. Washington Star. Jul ition C t), Ky ill sontinu to tranuct their bun lie; trust Twenty miles the Shorten to to you half off fur cash, didn't IV" with us offering at a gvuraatee for pnsaspt attc many people laughed, but when they Capital Stock tion to iam.m.1 ttkiy T.ais' ntytnHKt in "Yes." Couldn't He Suited. banking ltd as UberaJac.wiHiHiiaMots as are son got through voting for Col. Corbett and "Well, I've got tier cash, ant de close Wool My cook left In spite Mitettl ts.th sound haaksssg -.16,500 Mr. Swango everybody knew what young of all I could do. Surplus is half off, ain't it? What more do you KlKtctwiir Salvers meant by letting them know he J J W.lwmsMt Vetaoiij Van Pelt What was the trouble? want?" Life. J. M IU., Sioloe4: Wool The children annoyed her. I Attention of the public is invited to the fact was there. By the way, a young lady Newport News .V Mississippi 1 ,y Co r. D. ry Struncr. that this is tho only National Hank in Manfurd told me he was coming to Stanford soon offered to kill the children, but she was J S Ows'-Maafotsf; Solid Vestituled Trains to Sunday-SchoUnder the provisions of the National Bank Act, Teacher (finishing the ,. SJ hahry,SUHersl; depositors are secured not only by the capital and, boys, I want you to be good to him, afraid the authorities would detain her narration) And that is the story of Jo j H I.ynn, (UaafiKil ; stock, but bv the stockholders liability lor an as a witness. Jury. Philadelphia A amount equal to the stock, so that depositors of but watch him. I told mv "cousin," . CarsxiHer, 3lilW4flslll nah and the whale. Baltimore, New York, this institution are secured by a fund of 400,00a. Alex Grant, that "Swango from Wolfe" Johnny Cumso Isn't It strange they Free to Hope. J. K. Ui;avaa, IiMatstlle, Five sworn statements of the condition of the bank J F. Cads. Staafartl ; arc made each year to the L lilted Mates govern-inc- had the right geography "May I hope?" he asked, after his knew what a Jonah was that long ago? All points Fast and S iktheast and "ear and its assets arc examined at tatcd time WiUus Csvk, Slaafard, Ky nl one night out lr in Lexington, Jury. by government agents, thus securing additional marks" for a winner. Cousin Alex seventeenth rejection. Correi ted 'lime Cant in Lite, t M S. II Shsnks. I're.ident i,i "Yes," she replied, "you may." and perfect safety to depositors. I'rerept and I'rartlrp. This institution, originally established as the thought so too, as the vote of Franklin i B Owsley. ;C.t' "Because " he said, pleadingly. Mrs. Tangle Remember, Tommy, Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1J3S, thea indicates. Then came Porter Thompson ft M Hnght, lei er "Because," she responded, earnestly, never put off till as the Naticnal Dank ol Stanford 1165 and JCliHt Ilomiil. what can I H 'ih man (Seneril llnr.V Krt ugain re.organi7fd.il the First National Hank of with those leaden weights that he car"this is a free country." Washington be done Mail di! at athester leaves Leilntfton sj,(live In . Stanford in iS8j, has had practica!l an uninterjj, Mt Stvrlisj rupted existenceof , jears It is better supplied ried since Shiloh and Murfreesboro, Post. Tommy Then, ma, I guess I'd hotter Win Catlettburj( oil, urr i now with facilities fur transiting buaincss prompt with Judge Lindsey for a jockey, ami eat up the rest of those candies right IIiintlnKteu isl ym, pm. A Heady Debater. 50 ever before in its long and ly and liberally than Limltcnl Kspri'S. loates Lexington dai now. Saturday Evening Herald. it my Lord, what running! He distanced honorable career. Accounts of corporations, fiduFond Uncle .lack, you extravagant pm, Win. hesler 7 , Mt 5lerlmz j (Joe II ciaries, firms aud individuals respectfully the speed of Gilpen wheu he celebrated rascal, I'll cut you off without u shil. o(, AshlaiHl 10 jo. latltlMburs; jrn ng 4 MACIC Induction from I'artloulitr. lluntinjtun at 07 psn his wedding clay and how happy he ling. The Directory of this Hank is composed ot Watson how was your play Atcojitnodalton, dally, enect Sunii.ir, let T. I. Foster, of Stanford; Jack (the moonlighter) All the more received? Mt M CHICKEN LexiiiKtoii at f is pm, Winchester made the school children! Then Adams Korcstns Reid, Lincoln county ; Hill inn reason for letting mo have tho Ave Benson Well, sir, the crowd laughed lint; 7 4t. arriving at (Hue esceptat Sunriat, leases. Hayden, Stanford ; next and last, with Col. George WashJ. W. Accommodatiuii, daily S. H. Haughman, Lincoln; iUclf sore. at 11 loan, tun Ml lliihesler u ington to nominate him, as the represen- hundred now. Munsey's Weekly. CHOLERA CURE! Sterling u$ pin Hail) leave Olite llill , am' M.J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; Watson Ah? I didn't know It was a Ashland A Matter of Necessity. S. T Harris Lincoln, tative of the widow of Kentucky's late t 4 am, l,atltttnuii; 4 hi. irrites Hunt J. S. Ilocker Stanford: ingtun 9 asatn. "I don't see how you mako your tragedv. Judgo. G. A. Lackev, Lincoln: clerk, and Kentucky with one chivalric Vrtt Kotiitit. T, P. Hill, Stanford, patients obey you, doctor. A man who Not is Hook Loser. acclaim said: "Yea. vea a thousand Is YV. O. Welch, Stanford. Fast Mail teases lliintlrton daily at ' o am, fond of high living never will diet." Papa Well, Jack, what book havo Jtl.ltsbmg 0 jj, A.hlandh SJ, Olive Hill J Mt V. I Tate, Stanford. times yea!" and now when she takes "He can't help himself, madam. StcrlinK 1047, inchester 11 oj and arrives I.e- OFFICERS: her final repose where Longmoor sleeps When he has paid my pill he has to re- you fountl most valuable this year? Ingt at 11 Jack (thoughtfully) To tell you the Limited ix pm leaves Humingtun daily at uv J, S Mocker, President; F.xpreis it will be in full gratefulness to and duce his llvinjj." Harper's Bazar. Mi. Roberts, Cashier; Olive Hill) John J. , Ashlartil truth, father, I lost on every book I pm, Catlrttsbtiro; K at7Hr SLtVsh A A MlKiuiicv, Assistant Cahicr Ml Steillug i i, WiiKhesler 4 ji and arrives God's blessings on us all. 3t, made. Munsey's Weekly. Tlie liit of Iteasoua. at I.esinKtcn at jonm. Yes, I borrowed clothes and borrowed unda). Icives' Accommodation, daily except Ringway I heard the other day that A I'rovi'rh Disproved, Olive Hill 4 am, Mt. Sterllm.' 6 15. Winchester money and went to the convention and your friend, Splinter, had left the stage. 7 15 and arrives at Lcxitigtoii at 3 05 am "They say that time Is money; but I Accommodation daily leaves Iliintingtnn at 6 ts gave it all this attention. Saw the races, What was tho trouble? don't believe it." pm, Catlettsburs 6t. Ashland 7 in and arrives at Featherstone Principally, I believe, went to the theatre and saw the Graces, "Why not?" Olive Hill 8 55 pin. Kxcepi Sunday leaves Ml S and arnves at "Because rich men never seem to have SterliiiK at at jo pm, Winchester also the Scotch-Irisand Elks brother- because tho audience didn't want him Lexington a 43 pm to btay. .fury. a moment to spare." Puck. hood; nor did I forget to take in tho I'our Trver I "musicale," I belive it.was, and not to THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD HEMEDV FOR A TartliiK Shot. Limited Vestibiilrd F.xpress runs daily and Das Slkes All, there's Miss Van Wyok. Mr. It. My dear, your butcher gives Pullman Vcstibiiled lluffet Sleepers between Lou be outdone, it took me in, and after all tssillc, Lexington, Washington, New York and you short weight for your money. this respect shown our great city, don't She's on to Europe Travers Old I'oint Comfort. This train is made part of the Dolph And there's after her. Thousaiuls of dollars worth of chick-w- ii Mrs. B, But consider, also, mr ilcnr. celebrated you think the Courier put my picture How about their engagement? SALT RHEUM, ECZEIKU, WOUNDS, BURNS, V. the long wnlt you give him for his. "re destroyed by Cholent every in the paper, dressed in anything but Sikes That's off, loo. Jurv. Leslie's Illustrated Xewspaper. SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, 4c. Fast of Huntington on the C. .t O. Route year. It w mora fatal to them than purple and tine linen with tack heads rast Mail 1 rains run dally f scent Sunday be. Au Unexpected Nemesis. nil other tlueascs combined. But thn tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct PRICE 00 CENTS. Unintentional Slang. in the bottom of my shoes as big as nick-le- a connection at Huntington with C. oVO.tat Ash Mrs. Slimdiet Tho cHy water comof a liquid remedy that it Send tbrw) stamps for free samnlo Mother Why. Maud, I'm shocked! land wuh S. V. R.; at Winchester with K. C. R. and called me "Old Hayseed ?" box and book. pany has raised my rates. north and south bound, and at Lexington with dextntys tho MicroliCii has been Get off that table at once. What in tho R. & Boys, I'm mad. Don't let's go to Louh N L. S. and C, N. O. A 'I , P. Railroads. Old Boarder They must have found world Is tho made. Half of tho young chickens matter with you? Lexington and Olive Hill Accommodation daily, isville any more. Let's build a big dem- out that we havo salt mackerel for at Winchester to and Maud Oh, rats! Muusey's Weekly. except Sunday. ConnectsLexington are killed by Microbes Iniforo they aro L. A: N, with from K. C points and at ocratic wigwam at Crab Orchard. Col. breakfast. X. Y. Weekly. Imttlo ia enough for A K. K, tor Loutsviue. On thn llowery. Welch says he will sell out his interents Lexington and Mt Sterling Accommodation An Kxart Kstlinate. Customer Why, look here, waiter; runs daily except Sunday, and makes direct con. 100 chickens. It Ih guaranteed, li, in Middlesboro and Pineville and invest He (poetical) Ah, who can cxpreu you've got your ncctlon at Winchester tu and from Mlddlestnir. after using two thirds of n bottle, you ABSOLUTELY PURE,v thumb in my soup! and Richmoud, and at Lexington with L. S. it all If we will, and we all know ho the power of love? Walter Oh, I don't mind; taln't hot. oughfor Louisville, aro not satisfied with it us a euro for ' FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, tj. She (practical) I can. It's two donBATH, would rather go to Crab Orchard than Judge. For full information in regard (o rates, routes. Cholera, return it to tho druggist from key power. Munsey's Weekly. AND NURSERY PURPOSES. Wi Congress. Ac , apply to any agent of this or connecting line Yours always, whom you purchased it, nnd ho will lt.v.uK. Alt- TAK-OI- D "HaitvJack." C I.. BROWN, rL E. HUNTINGTON, U0..r Obnoxious Walter Have you forgotjmj viuiiagu. Ml refund your money. O. P. A., V. P. and G. M , R. E. Kirk, formerly cashier of the ten nothing, sir? Lexington. Ky. K. T. Pence sold a lot of Huht hnra For sale by A. R. Penny and M, L. Bourne, : Quest Xo. I left It for you. Life. W. S. HARRISON, O. W.HARNEY, FonalebyW, II, McRoberts, druggist, Stanat 31. Citizeus' Bank of Leb.mon, ia dead. Stanford. G. M , Lexington, Ky. T P. A Ashland, Ky, ford. e Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal "Happy Jack" on the Convention. (To the Editor Interior Journal. HUBBLE. An Authorltattva Decision. Tommy como running to his Bastin's Saw Mill. . I went to ''tiV If 1 I lKn W 1 DR. PENNY, Dentist. Ell Farm. For Salo. . de-i- ri, 1 - V 11. POWDER Absolutely Puro 11 100-S- m rrr-a- H. FLE221TEH, 1 , father-in-law'- U) 1 For Sals HIV . SM, Twenty Huiltlinjj Lots S-tT- S: f"" 'i 1 I THE -- THE Rowland, First-clas- Kentucky. s S30" - C3 ,.l .1 . WEXX RORIBTG ?0 e.o o si; IT CASS - "pow-wow,- Paid For Hides and Far, Will first-class M nil ELKIN II. FARMER. ARTIST, IS-i- Stanford, -- NORTH WEST, HYERS HOUSE, n pto-tur- es Farmers BankftTrnst tM ,stTm IJ7M t'Z.'f'l - H- - ssMssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssjssassssssssssssssMisiiiiiiiMMiii,,,,!, Sample Room Double Onlly Trains is ( FIRST 1 5200,000 ty - to-da- y, OLD KY. ROUTE v, ol Washington, ,.. V ut X -, 111 11 to-da- y. I 1 ! AIMTER' solic-te- d. , 11 Iten-son- , I G 1 S . C H . m 1 . 93-i- yr 5 I TAROID h 1 1 ii PILES two-cent F. F. jmi-thtl- tarhSidsoap fn-er- fiO-co- tl i 'i 1 t 3