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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891052901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . r?iTwttt.Ty. &.ntf$&?ffimvfC&m5i. MtffriM.JN) fflw nrtbnmai Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. K5IDEMOCRATIC TICKET. CHURCH i Interior Journal. STANFORD, AFFAIRS. HUSTONVILIE. j -- V KYM FRIDAY. MAY :29. 189 L. LONDON, NO. 25 t LAUREL COUNTY. 7 . Some of the p.irty have There nie ."iOS.000 membera of the HpHeopl ehureh m the Unitcil State), loiin UiuiiDorliiiui rails una report ureal nun llroit I.U.I success llshing. The remainder of the wiiero in isw there were only :w:;:n. uMUna.rxin. Mllthell C. Alff d graduate of the ' paity ia expected home early next weok. Ilev. I.leit l. Jones, :i Of IWl. .Mr. J. B. Green has up to date re- Soilllll.ru Ilutiltut TlumlAvlrail Suttiiiuiri' ...H.J. HrniiifcV. in under an indictment in Hardin '.'! reived nearly :0,000 pounds of wool, the Ad nty (icnvrnl. for CM Fttw4. best clip he has overseen in the many J.uk C. .'orn having three wives. A .i...r The Southern Presbyterian Awem-,...1- years that he has handled that staple. UrihMM. 8. H .tic ,v in Hm)j(1I1 Ht rc.nurw ... lUriniiiirliHiii, devoted The lleeces are not up to the general Of C!r. ... 'c ,,,n"i .t.. ...i ' . "J ""irimig iu prayer lor nun, average weight being so nearly entiiely 0. a "hieh is muIIv needed all overtlieSonth. without grease as to resembled washed Of vire. state.John una Jailer I.ovell litis only u boarders ' (,..M-riMi- r !" -, - . . 1. I . ; . ' . The London .Mnnufai.'tuii.Mi? Co.'k new brick machine is now iu operation. The tin roof of the court house ia having a mucii needed new coat of paint put on. Cor. The wife of David Kerr, colored,' died Sunday morning. Her bah) was only one week old. Duvo is very sick' , is circuit com t, too. THE 'WIILJLAIIB LATK ALtXANOEK'S IIOTI I., r THOROUGH LY 11EN0VATED AX) JMPR0YED. Center and Green Streets, opposite LOUISVILLE, KY. W. R. LOGAN, A. V. Jones, J. J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. Jefferson, Rales 2.50 Per Hay. Court-Hous- e, LOT i also. ' Manager. M tf The Kiret Presbyterian church of Stanton, Powell county, was dedicated Ai tink Cwtrt Aptul by Dr. H. O. tiiierraut Sunday. It is a Of HatriMMi. beautiful Ktruetuio ami an ornament to the town. County. ,...V. K Vaio J.. I.' The Hev C V. KriiliMiinii, who rn I) It. UriiM Upiriilllve signed the pastorate of the Mnilinon avi- nun Baptist church, New York, has Green Orlar Springs ; t. !...... ;..;.....! .i... i."..: " .v,rvVmutti. ..1. ui.jwk-- ..i recently This elegant Mimiiirr nwort, to vl vnlarged for a capacity of 150 per.,,.,, 0f '""liHtciH and 01 cldera who is bciutifullv located on a mountain the Cumberland Presbyterian plateau, one'milc norllirii.it of Crab Or jeneral AmimiiIiIv nt Owenshoro, Mav. ..i... ,. I....... ui. . only six sit iu tho Assembly of The htiililingH, l'J iu number, are all arranged. Three 1H!I. The others are dead or superannunew ami handsomely ated. of the largest constitute tho hotel proper Tho Southern Presbyterian General front of 100 Assembly has very properly decided presenting an feet, surrounded by covered balconies that the church will not take part iu any And promenades. prohibition campaign, and will nut The grounds embrace 120 acres. 20 of send delegates to the temperance conwhich constitute the hotel grounds and vention. are most romantic and picturesque. The Southern HaptUla have invited The spring, eight in number, embnice the great Spurgeon, of Kuglaiid, to atall kinds of mineral water in their comtend their annual Convention iu Atlanbinations, including iron, epsom, soda, ta next spring, and are encouraged to beThese lieve mniiicsia, sulphur ami nltim. that he will he their guest. springs were opened to the public on the Kvangelist Speer has hold meetings Int day of labt July and every room was to full houses near Columbus, Ind., for filled by the best people, of Kentucky Vri concutive nights and the ccoiies of long before the buildings were IlnUlicd. tint excitement are said to he indescribaThe season of sril will tipuuuti Satnidaf ble. People swoon, shout ami cut other June l:tth, with a km ml ball and picnic, faiiUMtie tiicks of a remarkable nature. and there will be another grand picnic hVv. J. 1). Fulton, of Cincinnati, is July Uh. a familliar old oon. This is the way he Kates for June and September will be closed hi prayer after the Sunday ser5 per week; July ami August $7 per vice, "llear Iord, if we have s.iid anyweek, or SV per month of four utfks. thing which we should have left unsaid I'luba of 10 persons, all to ariivtt at pleas forgive ua. If we have said anyone time, where prav ous notice m given thing worthy of hooking on to, please will be taken atjiiOper week. Miuitets hook on to it." of the gospel, at any tluie $" per weok. At the weukly meeting of the MethTransient rates, imr day, l.A0. Chilodic ministers at Indianapolis the subdren under 10 yearn always half ptice. ject of legal piohihittoii was dinMifteod, The road from Crab Orchtml to "ircen when it was duvelopwd that tl e majoriJJru'r" has been put in excellent condi- ty wm of the pinion that the prohibition, and carriage ui'l meet all day tion party wt deadening the twmpor-auc- e trntfiH at the depot after the 1st of July. sentiment by their foolish attempt Ml kinds of aiitttvetitetils, including to reKat puritanism. . Imthiug, iishiiis; and Mias Jennie Duty, secretary of tho Addrew all coHiiiiuiiications to D. W. C. T. I., has been maCrab Orcbanl, Ky. li, king the round of Cleveland Isir rooms Tin: Tows IIousk" of Hi eon Itriar and bawdy houses. In !V of the former at Crab Orchaid, Ky., is in the viited she found one bny only drunk, charge of u housekeeper, and will open and iu the latter that the law prohibitfor the reception of n limited number of ing the selling of liipior was openly guestH on tho loth of June. by blear-ovewomen. The rates are tho saiim as at lircen The corner stone of the new Ft. Uriar, and boarders can have the privJohn's Kput'opal church, Ixmisville, was ilege of dividing their time betwuen laid Tuesday afternoon. The old church country and town. was in the track of the great tornado, Application for rooms phonld be made ami the services were partly iu memory by letter before arrival. This house was of the pastor, the Ilev. Mephen F.lliolt formerly known as "The Jennie Uuchan-allaruwall, who was killed with his little or Armendl" renidence, and is by far son by the falling walls of the rectory. the handsomest and host located in Hev. L. O. SptMicer ami J. II. Hop, town. It will be under my daily per are aseistini: Rev. J. C. Coldwell. of boardand will bu continued as u Klixabethtnwn, iu a meeting of woiidei-fu- l ing house or hotel after the springs clodu. interest and power. lTp to Sunday Respectfully. night wiiii' 20 persons hail professed I), (i. M.Ul.lirKK. faith in Christ, while many others are deeply interested in the salvation of DOINGS. DEATHS' their souls. Two ladies, one 7:t the .Mrs. W. A. Price, of I.ancitter. died other 77 years, ami one man SO yours of x IsVt week. age, have Wen brought to accept Christ Mnj. W. II. Iti'tts. of (ilasgow, as their Savior. Tho whole community Secretary of State under Gov. appears to be coming under thu influLethe, died suddenly in I5arren countv. ence of the meeting. MMaMMMHaMnMHrwMHaMi Congressman L. C. Monk, of the HUBBLE." by 2d Tennessee district, took arsenic afterwards. mibtako and died shortly The jury iu the road caae by CarHe was a bitter republican pattisan. man's through Urigiit's as?esd the dam.Mrs. Mary Mattin Fleonor. wife of ages for Bright at ivOO. Grecnherry Mr. Frank Fleenor, late of the Lebanon Bright, Sr., returned from Middlesboro fctandardand Times, ami oldest and only perfectly delighted with the great city. married daughter of Mr. James 11. Mnr-ti- I will vt'iitur e to pay ho is the stoutcs died Saturday evening at the home man of Ida age, 00 years, that ever visitof her father in Glasgow. ed that town. This locality had a good A dispatch says that James M. rain and it is now cool enough for a Sr., an excellent fanner nnda prom- good frost. Mrs. Col. Kico has returned inent trader, died at his home in Gar- from Louisville and says she enjoyed rard Wednesday at 11 o'clock of heart the music festival very much. Another disease. He was about (IS years old and mad dog passed near here and after biting leaves a family of two grown sons and sonio curs, was killed by L. Hutchtngs one daughter. near lledgeville. Will McCarley Bold Isaac Vauarsdale of Mercer, tho last his bay horse to Jesse Swope for J100. juror in tho celebrated c;iso of the Com- Jorry Maxwell is up from Tennessee monwealth vs. Wilkerson, in which Sar with DO cows and heifers, but on acgent S. Prentiss made his famous speech, count of dry weather, tho market is died this week. The old gentleman dragging. A fine new girl at Henry could repeat tho speech word for word Spoonainoro's C. H. Smith has opened and perform other feata of memory. ml his8toroat lledgeville again. Susie Hammonds and little girl have gone to WAYNESBURG. Casey to spend a few days. S. Dunbar K. B.Culdwoll was at Middlesbuig has gone to Russell to see old friends attending a meeting of the trustees of and to look after some business. Frank Janlo Wash Institute. Dr. J. H, Garrett-so- Higney and Hart Luce are attending Bold his house and lot to a party quarterly conference in Washington hero for $123. He will move hiB family county this, week. John W. Bright has back to Pennsylvania in the near future, sold hia cherry timber to Foraytbo in ltob White and wife, of Missouri, are the tree at S2 to $2,23 per hundred. Visiting friends and relatives hero nud ut It ia said there is a tract of forest Crab Orchard. Clara Garrettson was at Kubank's last week. trees in Southern Oregon embracing visiting friends about 10,000 Bquaro miles, which, cut Tho State organizer of the Farmera S. P. Bond, waa hero last week and sold at S10 per 1,000 feet, would pay and organized a Farmers' Union of nine our national debt twice over. It is estimembers, which has bIdco increased to mated that tho amount of merchantable standing will reach 400,000,000,000 fifteen. He will speak hero again next timber feet. Saturday. .'mi pi lutlrucl ..B. I' 'l'lioiiircm . wool. OfO.fli. J- - 1 u """" M ' "M?ii lft, oval-shape- 1 ,, tlatic-tug- Nun-Partisa- n 1 1 de-lie- d dei-irab- le d n The chandelier of the "synagogue" at Morelaud tell one night last week at the clo9o of religious services and the burning oil threatened thedestructionof the building for several minutes, but an industrious hprcading over of overcoats and buggy rugs eventually smothered the llamcs and saved the house. An unsavory fact sometimes inadvertently ciop3 out most glaringly, as in the instance of a partisan republican correspondent's reference to the boomerang ellect of the electoral commission's decision on his phity iu solidifving the South and insuring the contributing of money and speakeis to carry one or two Northern States. Ho spitefully adds that they neutralize their money by sending their speakers and proudly parades the information that "thu North is not much given to being convinced bv speeches." Some funny things find their way into other papers than those who claim Nye and Burdette, Sweet and Happy Jack as part of the stall'. Messrs. William Jones, of Ala , and brother, Rev. Allen Jones, of Mo., have been visiting relatives near here. Mis. Nancy Powell, of Danville, sister to the above gentlemen, has accompanied her brother Allen to Missouri. Mr. Jones ia a preacher of exceptional force nnd eloquence and there is general regret it was not more widely known that he would preach at the Christian church laat Sunday iimrnitu'. Miss .Mary Lusk attended a reception given thu graduating clawat Daughters College, Han last week. Mis. C. T. Griggs, who e was some time since called to the of her uiolhr at Burlington, lowu, was reHHteJ quite ill a few days ago, but latur dispatches bring assurances of her improvement and probable early return. Shippers have !egun moving tho lamb crop and farmeis area little disappointed in summing up a lighter average than Farmer aro iu hard iu the mst lines. The wool clip light, lambs light, meadows and osts promising lesa than f an average crop, corn in ftO per cent. the clods and almost universally a poor stand, whilst many fields aro to bo planted, last year's crop nearly consuni-ud- , and the little for sale current at SO cents a bushel, gras.s short and some pastures nl most "dried up," gardens at almost a dish artemng etaud.still, and a cold north wind aggravating the gloomv outlook! The farmer is reputed a chronic grumbler under nearly every state of n. rase, but this i truly a season of rods-burg, bod-tid- yt-a-r. ing trip to Goose Creek Saturday and brought with him a pike measuring 42 inches. .Mack and Chailcy Scott, brothers, had a light late Tuesday evening, which resulted in scratches ami black eyes only. Liquor. '1'ncle Jimmy" McGee, our oldest citizen, ia down with pneumonia and hia physician says his death is only a question of time. The Standard Oil Co. is preparing to build a branch ollice and storage room near the depot. Such things as this are aiways an advantage to a prosperous and growing town. T. J. IVrdco showed me the other , doy n tombstone dressed from granite taken from a quarry in Rockcastle county, belonging to Joe Sowdera. It is a beautiful stone ami if there is any great quantity of it, it will be equal in worth. as it is in looks, to many Tennessee quai rics. The following parties havebeeusen-- ' tenced to the penitentiary this week. John Bossey for killing L.irkin Bird, ? years; Wm. Johnson for year; Geo. Redmond, horse steal-- ' ing, 2 years; John Anderson was given ('Oilavs on the streets for stealing an overcoat. The case against Hiram Glass for killing Matt.' Wagoner resulted in an acquittal. At this writing Ben Martin's ' cihe for killing Tom Hodge is before the court and will be tried, both aides being ready. Marriage licenses have been issued by the county clerk since May fl for the following parties: John Chaney and Sarah J. Mulling h Frost nnd Minnie Cox, ages ISO and IS; G. R. MoClure, of Pulaski, and Marind.i F.. Whittaker, of laurel; H in. Taylor and Rebecca ' Jones, of Laurel county; John Farris, j,i--- a oi.e. of Knox county, and Matilda Ki.lwell, lias the largest and Tft laurel, ago i;; Geo. Broughton. 2:5, and MOST COMPLETE STOCK 1 Martha A. Guthrie, .".3. rt , TV" '" Prof. Charles R. Brock is going to irnm. of leave us, much to the regret of his many friends here. He will have control of a department of the Biptist Seminary nt ever shown in Stanford at prices Williamsburg and will also study law as low as the lowest. under Col. Dug Hill, who has one of the law libraries in Ki.steru Kentucky. finest in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s Laurel Seminary will be left in the who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. Don't have to.' hands of Prof. J. A. Yules, who is amply equipped in every way to attend to each send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old department of the higher branches gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic-te- d taught in our schools of learning. A. R. PENNY. and I guarantee satisfaction. J. H. Jackson came back fiom a Hah-- 1 CLOTHING. FURNISHING GOODS 1ST S3 O IKIW leiA-jR- ' MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES house-break-in- 1 TRUNKS & VALISES Stagg & McRoberts. l m the Lead. R. Penny j ' HI ' The Old Reliable Jeweler Jo-ep- w'in3&sSi; MA. ,rv& '" iivijL. fi'f , flSfe .kffiHTA V. to A. '''Jt'ir' FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. lamen-Uttio- super-ision- n, Lay-to- -- n The genial Lou Holmes was here hut Saturday stocking up our with tin and stoyeware. Lou scattered the cheeiing aesurnnce of a good rnin before Mindav night, but af" ter learning the penalty that our (? invariably indict on false prophets, discovered that he had pressing business at Liberty, demanding his presence beioro expiratiou'of hia limit, and Jim Goodo allege.- that he ll.uiked the town Monday instead of coming up like Lou u hero and "taking his medicine." was only a day two previous. Huston-vill- o wiis gladdened by a nios refreshing hhower Monday afternoon, but a very ciieutnscrilted area hereabout was similarly blessed. Within eaishot there are clods of the church-bell- s which were not darkened and gardens on which tho dust was not laid. Wo me searching tho columns of such inlluential papers na fall in our way for enlightenment as to thu merits and demerits of our proposed new constitution. Wo chance. on a copy of a cheap agricultural paper tho other day, which is bitterly opposed to the work of our l.ito convention and appeals to tho venality of its readers in especial stress on thu material reduction of amount of prop erty at present exempted from liabilty for debts, as a paramount reason for its rejection. Is it not nufortunato that the suppression of such abominable a cardinal feature of existing constitution '.' Why should laws ex- einptovenadollarofa scoundrel's proper ty '.' This exemption businesa is demor alizing in its every tendency and one of the farmers' great '.) educatora emphasizes tho iniquity of a constitutional provision against his beating a credit or out of hia money. nier-chiiut- H "regu-latois- 1 Isaac Herrin bought of Last End jmrties V2 heifers aud .steers at A cts. C. L. Sandidge sold to a Lexington party a fancy combined geld ing for $'27o. D. X. Prewitt bought of John Bright the Hubble vicinity. US fat cattle at SJ centc. H. A. Katou sold to Johnson, of Koyle, a lot of extra good heifers at 3J cents. A Columbus, Ind., limn Fold 183 e for lO.'.HH. One fcteer weighed 2fiS0 pounds. Only hIkmu oCOof tho 1,500 cattle on the Winchester market .Monday sold and they only brought ." to Common, the favorite, won the Derby at Kpsom over 11 starters. It was worth o.OOO sovereigns to him. Tho National Trotting Assoeiatkn has allirmed tho decision expelling the trotting stallion, Xeb.011, upon the ground of fraud. Abhtoti Sedgwick, of Jamestown, X. Y., bought loO.OOO pounds of wool from Hutchcraft A Co. nnd Brent Bros., nt about -- i cents. Paris Xews. Best shipping cattle aro worth ol cents iu Cincinnati ; butchers, fair to hogs run from :U : choice, :5J to sheep are steady nt ill to 51, lambs 5 to oat-ti- Go A.WAKREFS Meats, ' "DIODEI. GROCERY" For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and; Dried Apples. Peaches and Prunes, Bice, Cheese, Pickles, Preserves and Jams; Lamps, Glass- - and Quecnswarc, Je!l A. C SINI '.. Tin- - Kna-lib- h and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, Glasses, &c. J N. MKXEFEE Stanford Lumber Yard, The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. UMBER, 5.-1- to-1?- SASH, FLOORING, CEILING, DOORS, LATH, BLINDS, SHINGLES, SIDING,. Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. Texas baa a Hogg for Governor, a Pig for Judge, n Lamb for Senator, a Durham for Representative nnd a Buflalo for Sheriff. Texas is a great stock State. m Alii-anc- e, The Bidtiest pieco of water on earth ia Lako Urtimla, in Persia, more than feet above the sea level. It ia very Bhallow, aud no living tbiug can exist u it. 4,-0- The Owen Utz farm of :'07 acres near Donerail sold to J. D. Creighton at $S0.- We carry a full stock of everything found in a . I"; T.l,ll.,a Mrtrria or.1.1 n v. uiiuiui.nuiiioouui iu PL...!.... 1 vjiiiuica II. of Fayette, L'o head of fancv calves nt $ 17.30. Georgetown Times. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract Watermelons appeared on tho Cin or building. SINK & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky. cinnati market this week, but melons don't go very good when one is wrapped upin an overcoator trying to keep from freezing by n big fire. Cotl'ey, of Orlanda, Fin., bought of Benzley Brothers n bay gelding for $11 1, and of J. II. Baughmau a black gelding Having Removed My Stock- for $130. Ho also bought of West End parties seven nt prices rnuging from $H0 to 5212.50. NoFox & Bice shipped 22 cnttle to Cincinnati Thursday and sold them at ,ri cents. They have been slopped nt Mil ler's distillery, in Garrard, nud averaged Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where r6nt is cheaper, I can 1,030 pounds. Will Lillnrd delivered ftS Cheaper than ever before. All kinds of produce taken lambs to D. X. Prewitt that averaged SO sell you goods They brought (J cents. Advo- tn exchange. pounds. cate. iii-ric- k, WOVEH WIBE AITD SI.AT FENCE. X.TJMB3SR FIRST - CX.iS.SS TTARD. REMOVED. -- Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, tions, Etc., ib. :f. rout. - .. i y if . a.inan positions in two departments, both Barbour, who heads the People's State son. It measured live feet from nose to would have had to close, and thereby ticket, nominated by a lot of foreigners end of tail. Goods, Goods Of seriously interfered with the biisiuesi of at Covington, is enough to kill it, even if Shoes, r Oil John Cantrill is in j.til at Flemings-bur- . . r t ri r ir r ii Hereafter the shops Alphabet Dull'ey for attorney general the government. on, iwc., u 'im ti ki iu uv i for incest with his two daughters, will only shut up when an acting cabi- wasn't on it to assist in its taking olL No 11 and 17 years of age. They claim that un.no. quoted, S 1-- ,! net member dice, and the clerks will not one need he alarmed about the People's the unnatural brute beat them to make Cal woes d; 75c Embroidliaveiso much fun and frolic at the ex- ticket, either national or State. The them submit to his lust. V I ,fo piece. pense of the people. General attention grannies who assisted at its birth are of The U. S. Supreme Court has delf)C Cot t on de was directed to this subject when in too small calibre to inspire confidence in cided the Kentucky law imposing a liof the in- a party of reform. The peo- cense tax on express companies is in February last the department terior was closed three days in one week ple's party will be shorter lived than violation of the coniumrce on account of the deaths of the greenb.ickers and much less formid- clause of the constitution. and which finally brought the cus- able than the prohibitionists. steamer The Hamburg-Americtom into innocuous desuetude. Fuert-- t Bismark passed Scilly at l:.'!0 i Skvvtok Bi.aik, who the Chinese :'.0 Thk Owensboro Messenger is the only government said could not represent the m. Wednesday, ti days II hours and to some l S. in that country, can atl'ord to pay minutes from New York, the best time paper we have seen that excuses sici.k-i.acin- c; Mil III f" -- "9BmWKt5jaBnn22i'jlill!lL"3l extent the mean thrust that Senator nothing and saw no wood either unless on record. H. M. Pullield, who canies the nii.il Blackburn made at Jim McKenzie dur- he wants to. He is getting $1,000 a It says month of the people's good money w'hile on a route in West Virginia, on foot, aving the Louisville convention. that Mr. MeKenzie's efl'ort was intended quietly staying at home and attending to erages 210 miles a week, ami hasn't miss only as a burlesque, and his remarks not his own business. It is the longest si- ed a trip for 21S weeks, although he is only reflected on the committee on reso- lence that he has ever observed, and past 72 years old. Potter, White & Bayley, Boston lutions hut the honorable body that had while the country is paying pretty heavappointed it. On the other hand, the ily for it, the closing of the lips of this shoe manufacturers, have assigned, with Come Richmond Register says: "Joe Black- most tiresome of bores is almost worth liabilities of nearly a million. The linn 1'Jggs is reported to have lost 51 7S.000 in the burn made a great mistake when he the monev. Hill failure at Memphis. the State jumped on Jim McKenzie in Tiik last edition of the Weekly The governor of Michigan has veto A. accused him of being Journal convention and weighed oV'"' pounds, up- ed a bill appropriating ?:0,000 for the enPeople who live in glas houses drunk. .1IANI2M ANI1 GAIHtII2If on which the postage was SI, 111 11. It tertainment of the National Kncamp-ment- , Main Street, Stanford, Ky, fchould throw no stones; and senators contained the old and new constitutions G. A. K., which holds its annual who fall out of their buggies and disloand some pertinent points of compar meeting in Detroit next August. cate their shoulders should make no Philadelphia' republican troftsurcr is ison, besides many columns ot matter --The international bicycle road race nlrwlly 8,0Wll lo ,,t. I short, and charges." interesting to all classes. It is the best from Bordeaux to Paris, .'538 miles, was , tw HII10HlU ,.rowlllK (njy. Col. Thomas M. Ukkkn writes to the weekly in the L S. and therefore the won tiy the migiisnnian .uins, in iwen Commercial-Gazettminutes that when he knew cheapest. Now is the time to subscribe. Tlio Finest on Earth. hours and thirty-fivTti Cmiimiati, Hamilton .V ton It K i Mrs. John Young Brown 'M years ago, Subscriptions taken, at this office, at 23 The French riders were "not in it." the onl) line running Pullman's I'ertected Safety she was one of the most strikingly beau- cents for three months. SI, 500 monument erected by VeMibuled r.im, ith Chair. 1'arlor Sleeping The nnd Dining Or serine between Cincinnati, Intiful women he ever saw, "of slight ami in honor of Gov. Luke Black- tlianjpolU and Chidtjo ami it the only line A law has just gone intoeHect in Cin- the State In Kvciy Department. through Kcilinini; Chair Car bttrn Cm step of n queen, an willowy person, the Wedc nnati, Keokuk nnd Mirmchcld, III andMcrpt;; of any intox- burn was unveiled at Frankfort exquisite complexion, eyes of a color as cinnati prohibiting the sale t'tremonies, par- Cir Cincinnati to .M.ulina, and the of disrepute. nesday with imposing! ' Received a. Well Only uncertain as they were certainly be- icating liquors in houses ticipated in by the Masonic fraternity Hetween Cincinnati. Direct Lino Toledo, l)c-- ( Daxton Lima, There are 230 of these houses there, and Goods, wildering." She was a Miss Dixon and Cloth, c. troit. the l.ule KeKinni and Canada. paying a license of :?223 aud citizens generally. Hie road U ne of the oldest ill the State al she is a lineal descendant of Powhatan, they have been A revolting story comes from Wash- Ohioand the only line entering Cincinnati oser j Also nice line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. of belling liquors mile of doublr tract., and frunnu past reevtd can the father of the very pet of nature her- a year for the privilege ington, Ga. A negro woman murdered more than assure Hi patrons speed, cowfort and Nice line of Worsted and Alpaca Coats at five times the price they could be and Vcbts. Men's and Hm' self, the ilower of her tribe, the gentle daughter, cooked tho body, safety elsewhere. One of the largest her little no old goods in stock. Tlcketson saleeserywhere, and sec that they Straw Hats, all fresh huand guileless Pocahontas. Mrs. Brown and sold the read C , II .VI), cither in or out of Cincinnati, closed on ac- gave an entertainment Highest market price paid for Cross Ties, Wool, Gengseng, Feath$15 Indianapolis or Toledo. has three daughters that have inherited of the establishments has propr- man flesh for fresh veal, realizing K. O McCOKMICIC, ers, &c. count of the prohibition, and its her characteristics of mind and person from the proceeds of the supper. General Passenger and Ticket gone to Chicago, where greater and their reign at Frankfort will add ietresses On Sunday night James Ferrell shot is allowed. Bucklen's Arnica Salve lustre to the social annals of the execu- liberty and killed John Goodloe, at tho mines The licit nleiit the world fur cun. Lnmti, J. 1. Cummins, Salesman. Crab Orchard, Ky. tive mansion. ore, Thk last congress created nin,e appel- on Straight creek, about two miles from peu ulcer,, tilt rheum, fever torct,antetter, chap- ii.it erup a drunk- tioni nandt, chilblains, corni ana late circuits and directed the president Pineville. The parties were in and potitiely cures pilet,orno pay rcquir Ikoali-- has learned something by his eivi AT Already en quarrel over a woman, who was the ed. It it guaranteed lo JViCf perfect titlactior, a judge for each. as ccnt per U. own defeat. Heretofore his only stock to appoint or money refunded there are over 200 applicants for the posi- recipient of attention from both parties. For ale by A R. I'enuv, Stanlord, Ky in trade was invective against the South, tions, among them Judge Barr, of LouisThe U. S. Supreme Court has deand no one dared to wnve the bloody Ln Orlppo Again. ville. If the president was not a pitiful cided hat the escheated property of the Dunne the emdeinic of l.n (ifirpe lat raon shirt so vigorously as he. Now all is partisan we might expect him to name Dr. KiliK' New Discovery Mormon church shall be devoted to such Coui;htand Coldt, proved to befor Conuiiiiptioii, the bet remedy changed, and he is as gentle as a sucking Your Double Shovel Plows get, a few democrats to the judgeships, but charitable uses, lawful in their character, Keportft from many who lived it confirm thu Hate love. He has seen the error of his way, but not he is too small to rise above party in this as may most nearly correspond to those ment f hey wct bad only iiiickly relieved, you And the best Lubricating Oil yon can bet. We ail. alter reiuliv the ditctM left no and like a sensible man, advises his paror any other matter. for which it was originally intended to to Rive this remedy a trial ano we guarantee that Cages for your dear little pets; ty to make a fight for the next presidenyou will be Jlifici! uith renlu, or the purchase It lias no equal in l.a be used. price will be reltindcd cy on economic issues, instead of old trouble The latest st les in Toilet Sets. Grippe, or any 'throat, Cht or Lim Sk.vatoh Call, of Florida, after a proMrs. Kunice Hassaurek, formerly of Trial buttles Irtf at A K Penny's Drug Store memories, else defeat is assured. ThiB tracted struggle, has at last made his Cincinnati, and widowof the late Col. l.arf bottle. 30c and Si is another evidence of the saving grace, Call-insure, as Brer Hassaurek, Minister to ouh of the South and and confirmation of the lines: As long as Blakely, of the Covington CommonHappy Hooslers American republics during Lincoln's Idavillc, Indiana, Wni. the lamp holds out to bum, the vilest wealth, would say. He is not a man of administration, was burned to death by writes Iimmons, potmater ol done more for mi "Klectric Hitters has for that bail senses other sinner may return-tohivery commanding parts, though a giant the explosion of a lighted lamp, at Santa than allarUint: inedlUnes combined, feelinL' from kidney and liver trouble' stocLman, of same plate, John t.evlie. farmer and Thk Lojiisville Times has discovered compared with the pigmies who opposed Uosa, Cal. s.iys "Mnd I'.lectric Hitters Hi be the hot kid feel like new him. An uuknown man with a shot gun ney and liver medicine, made me merchant, asame US of the new constitution that Section man " J. W Cardner. hardware ran at large in the streets of Knoxville a tnwn,ur legis- "Klectnc Hitters is nit the ihmit for niRkes a perpetual body of the first jT js 6tatej t)iat tle president's recent a man who is all run down and ilnn I care wlielh lature to meet after the adoption of the j jnket cost him 23,000, but this will do few nights ago. He shot two colored er he live or die, he found new .trcnjth, ou'1 fatally, and then disappeared. appetite and felt just like he had a new leaur n conglomeration of absurdities. If words 01,iy t0 te t0 tMe ,arines. Nohodv men, one liftc a Iwttle at A. K l'ennv"s dm., son ot a leading citi- store ()nl are capable of expressing ideas, the wju 1J0 credulous enough to believe Liter he shot the tion says that or nothing. Of course the' Me weIlt ,ovvn jn ,js pocket for the zen, robbed two other men and still was Dele rill Miles' Nerve- and Llvor PHls learned body did not mean to perpetuate money. regulating the lier A t un a new principle j0 j8 not that kind of n jay not arrested. The Middlesbo o News says the stomach and bowel- - through the nerves A new otlices in this free country, but it is not bird. Dr. Miles' J'llls speedily cure bilio.is CLOCKS WATCHES, AND JEWELRT. Provident Savings Life Assurance Socie- discovery taste, tjtpid.luer, rub's, toiistipnti what it means, but whut it says that we nest, bud hmallest NtWbYNUT fct. Uneqii.tled for men, women, children York, has decided to en ci a mildest, ty of New are to go by. This is but another of the surest 50 doses a$ cents, "ample fne building there, providing that a million at A It Penny's, Stanford The Prince of Wales is now a score of awkwardly expressed sections, ' Repairing neatly and promptdollars of insurance is taken. Already alike of rhyme, reason or gram- - father. The .Viinclerl'iil Tuver. ly done. M. Sanders has been appointed ;rS50,000 of the required amount has mar. J. KWol t ili srnr l The been pledged, leaving 1150.000 to be Tower, nt l.in irii('lurret high But iticireal postmaster at Nina, Garrard county. 0o to We have heard a number of people of L)r Knitikiln Mile tllrierv iiIhivo it In promoting Ii itmiu liM'l"' All Versailles has voted to pay 31,300 a taken. tonur lar I uilltaki oM gold or iKer rvchange lor goods. (Stanford, Ky.) gay that the new constitution having year for 13 arc electric lights for its Prentice Tiller, who robbed liC'.Sitiid riiMtlli This wondeiful inril Clarence eures llts. cost 200,000, it would he a too grt at a streets. Kx press Co. of i'.M.OOO in emu bmliU up wornoiit the Adams spasm lieuiladit', nervous pi.iiirui on lu pjlll waste ot money not to adopt it it. I hi Haron nirsch will buy 5,000,000 in cash and .20,000 in jewelry, has been lirsi. slerpleiu".s month yMiller of srsii,! V ilpn is rather a poor argument. The best i;r,1KIJlly M a Bitt. for the proposed Jew- - found in the Indiana penitentiary, troilblos. etc. Mis John H. of t I). T.ivlor Iiul . un raiso. u mntiUi Inil imiiiuii 'i' 1 imng to (io wild it dhii uutig is to gut nu ish colony. M where he is serving a sentence under an it. ,Fnielr ill'ixtipoundstroustieon while t.tUuii; nerkousdis itnl It of it, no matter the cost ami loss. The detec- eases" imd s.tmpi' bottbi of Hie Ktsmrtlivp for forgery. tine assumed name Three of Bob MeAlifeter's will cost the state a million of dollars for thoroughbred brood mares dropped colts tives were after him for a Cincinnati dia Nervine. Iri-- at A It l'otiny who ku.ii J'llec IL the court of appeals to construe the this week. inond robbery. Thousand rolMoiicib Dr In n new instrument, which will give cause William Short, a mail carrier, and Frunlt'lnrecent work on Heartpe.D'e.,se, irtit'S W. C. Piatt, a traveling man, supMile in.isl -the noted almost endless litigation. to Is of 'lliO'.s posed to have the leprosy, died in the Tony Hice, nephew of Judge. Hice, of tnany tiuw and HtiullliiK facts people are slnwiv poisoning llictiistilve pest house at Louisville. the Sixteenth Kentucky Circuit, were hy tlin use ot tea enlTer to thcmeiVi Thk niassacie of Italians at Dr. Thatcher Graves, accused of poi- murdered in Lawrence county by a bad bacco nnd ulcolml 'litest- ar Ho.'irt Whips, HAS LED ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR New Orleans does not keep that causing It to beat rapidly, tlm- nr.nlu:ili wear YEARS soning Mrs. Harnaby, has been released gang, which, to hide evidences of the Inu it out, producinn sborine of bie.itli when class of citizens from flocking to t'xerclsiui;. pains In mdo aud shoulder. iruiKry from jail at Denver under bond of crime, placed the bodies on the raihoud nnd faint speus Finally heart fii'lure anil EVERY BOTTLE GUAKAHTtED SOLD EVERYWHERE. this country. List Sunday 1,',MS arrived tlvnth For Irrnatrd 000. track, whero they were struck by a the press eery woaltenoil unitlefotniiieiulbeaits New York in one steamer, 10 of whom thil where highly at PRSPARED BV RICHARDSON-TAYL- OR The Illinois legislature lus appro- train. Four men and two women are New lloart I'ure d scoiered by Dr. Friinltlln MED. CO. ST.LOUIJ MO. victe. Of course were detained at Miles. whlih isfursaloat priated si, 000,000 to defray the expenses under arrest for the murder. there are doubtless many good and worGen. John B. Gordon, of Georgia, thy men among them, but as a class the of the State's exhibit at the World's has issued an address to the Confederate Italian is not much more desirable for Fair. Mayor Shakespeare, of New ( Irleans, Veterans' Association, urging the neco.v citizenship than the heathen Chinee. says that the Italian consul Corte will sity of subscribing funds for the pro When Baby was stele, wo ga?o her Castorla. Castoria. Ml TMMMMMMM-M''"'7rS Thk editor of the Covington Common- not be allowed to remain in the city if posed monument to Jell'erson Davis, and When hhe was a Clilld, she crieJ for Castoria. recommending that the people meet on Wlien she became Miss, alio clung to a telling tight against he is sent buck. wealth is making Heattyville an tiered severely by (ire June IS to take proper steps to forward When ilie had CblHren, she cave them Castoria. the new constitution by discussing freeTuesday night. The lumber yard of the a course of voluntary contributions or ly and fully the many objectionable features that art to be found all through Kentucky Kiver Lumber Company was other methods whichbo they may deem both opportune best. This seems to the document. This is not done in any completely destroyed. The free and unlimited coinage of and wise. captious or petty spirit but in the manly A. M. Thomas, of Gadsden county, SALE method of one, whosatitied of Iih pos- silver resolution was only adopted by congress by the Fla., who is but :3 years old, is said to be the atlbrd to be absolutely fair. ition, can and narrow margin of 58 to 33. for the father of 112 children, all by his wife, .., I, (III C Residence U,,ru,,iu vm 'in... IT O. UUncillD tuuib Htm ...1 who is three years his junior. They The Very Desirable C. fl'.... IT Ut Uli',v.t..u rVturr Ima ,lu,.i.l...l j SHU V. J.J1H j CastorU cure Colic, Constipation, "Cast orla U so well adapted to child rrn Uiat lot on Danville street 'I he house is that the original package law passed by Journed for the summer, having disposed have been married 15 years. In tho And Sour Stomach, Dlarrbna. Eniolatlon, I recommend It aa superior to any prescription Kills Worms, give bleep, and proiuote dl. the last congress is constitutional, and of 1117 cases during the term. The first 20 months four children had blessed in good repair and contains 5 ro"tns lie juril is lars'e and beautilul anJ altogether II. A. Akciiir. M. I).. known to me." rent the union. Since then, with almost un that it will bo unnecessary for Kansas to highest number before was 170. Without injurious mrdicatloo. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N, Y. Ib ono of tho Most Do- Dan McCarty, of Burgin, and C. W. varying regularity, the family has been Tho Placo prohibitory 'law after the its llghtful in Town. Tn Ckntach Courxr, 77 Murray Street, N, Y passage of tho congressional act in order Shan's, a brakeman, were badly hint by increased by the addition of sometimes Will sell or rent on easv terms. to shut out liquor in original packages. the breaking of the brake beam on a C. twins, sumetimes of triplets until the MISS MA'KV F. VAKXON', tl Stanford, Ky number reached 152. Tbia is a decided victory for prohibition. S. freight caboose near Faulconer's. g Congressman Wilsons Bays tho new This is the way the Louisville Times constitution will bo defeated by 75,000 tells how Col. W. 0. Hradloy goes on conquering and to conquer: Three majority. The farmers union convention in short years ago at the republican powW. F WALTON. wow at Liederkranz Hall, when Gen. Ohio defeated by one vote tho proposiO'Hradley was knocking down and drag- tion to put out a ticket this year. 1SS)1 ging out by the late Col. Swope, of LexMay 2i. It is now said that Congressman Stanford, Ky., afl'air more Honk's death was caused by morphine ington, nobody enjoyed the that the Hon. George Denny and the administered by a physician and not by PAC3-ES- . Hon. Wood Dunlap. Now these gentle- the arsenic he took by mistake. men can realize how it is themselves. At Pratt mines in Alabama, two con Gen. O'Hradley has literally jumped on victs were killed while attempting to esThk custom of closing the dcp.it incuts them and tramped the gizzards out of cape. Thirteen convicts at tlmt place at Washington on thu death of an them. Next year the Gineral vill take have been killed by the guards within n member was disregarded in the in hand some other inde. refractory poliweek. cnso of Judge Tuft, and a rule adopted tician and likewise dispatch him. The largest nil fox ever killed in which will put a check on the foolishKentucky, was captured several days ness. Judge Taft having held cabinet Tiiosk who know him say that Pollock ago by named Hoburds, of JackSemi-Week- ly Interior Journal The Louisville Store 1 . SIX Dissolution, Semi Aimii aCleara nee Sale Money liaising on Expiration. 1) ,. ,. ;; ju .v t uuu ia. miiiw. j.oo manij goods when the season Is icell advanced tici manes it compulsoni on Um part of the merchant to use extraordinarn !' nii'uitA iv cyccf (a en saies. riierejore the Loui,sviUe Store will inaugurate mis weett rue most gigantic bargain and an loading sale of the period. ? $35,000'S WORTH Dress w J Bry 1 1 wwo cents yard; ladies' Slippers pair; gents' ered Slippers toe pair; ladies' Jersey ests a Carpels from upwards. a Pants 50a pair; men's Cassimere Pants $!.;. pc-yur- Clothing, Hats, Carnes, Mat tin, nn,... (tiio uuuwii. tiie mui'fct at most anti price thai will specimen unrgatns here: Challies 'e yard; Satiens inter-Stat- e an MATH XL. KS At Zl per pair. fly iK KID GLOVES Ve" caely aud secure as manij bargains as nossible. bought at tho highest marhet price at the Louisville Store. I'ltHANSKY, Proprietor. Courier-- .llanacrs. e ty-si- x e 1 1 - run-i.nj- c OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE I Just Assorted Slock of White Ginghams, Teasel Act-ti- t. W. E. PERKINS, I - s J ' B. K. & W. H. Wearen's g s Refrigerators that never sweat, Water Coolers lined with charcoal jets. California Canned Goods at Reduced Prices. T7JrCTKT f -- - V R0BT. FENZEL, sec-;eiB- U - J 11 grand-devoi- d j Ini.'iH-'.- 111 11 I Work Warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. i .'''is m-- ve 1 I .1 Lo.Mn-.por- wOVa N &s 111 woaU-etlln- WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE 20 - unde-birabl- e - ml-(lr- , ex-co- V r FOR OR RENT. Trans-Mississip- i Infants Children. I .... I 5i-- .Mfc.iift V A,mJ . '.&! sJlailLstsUSi-MuiB- ,. Jrttre?twjwri,T.fwir,ttTrr tm 'i iV.fMrim .. j,1ji.,.m.ml.i,) ....-- .. .. -- .. -- Hhf" . t-- mif w mi.mjH. f - fr--u "rtr- - x. -- ....--.yi -- fl.l;V.i.ix.m..rli,-..,., .v I Sl Semi-Weekly Interior Journal I .'. W. F. WALTON. AN (A OPTICAL ILLUSION. Correct-Hem rrrtty Tlio Hood Iirreptloii on Ihe ()T IIiiiiihii Sight. eye by knowing persons. Although the lower of tho two segment appears to Iwj ltnioh larger than the upper one, it is really not m. ty cutting nut one of the segments and placing it on top of the other the reader may detennino which is the larger. This trielt, says tho Chicago Times, is 'not n test for the eyes. Itisasccitalnto Uw -- illustration shows what wondcr-'fu- l tricks cnu be playil upon the liiunnn s which is thi: i..noi:rt? cut ox it our and Sl.lt. deceive a perfect pair of eyes us it is to mislead any other hind. There is, therefore, mi reHMCi why the reader sltou Id consult a physician after having solved the Ifliilr 10 11" now, seeing the results of my net, I I am terribly doubtful of Its righteousness. Perhaps, after all, the Dlvlno will meant that this secret our father gave mo to disclose should bo published for the seeming ill of man, as a temptation and henco a test Hetwceti thut will and itH holy object ficrliaps I have Insolently intruded my own personal disfavor " Hero Gerald gavo a fleeting smtlo that was Instinct with melancholy derision. "Ciood heavens," ho said, "you can't think that father has really found this vital principle of which you tell mo that his eurous message breaths'.'" "I don't know, I don't know," camo the forlorn answer "I v as as skeptical as yourself, Gerald, a little while ago. 1 chiefly thought of his motive in trying to k such interference ith the sacred laws of life and death. Now that Lucia has left me and I am mi horribly bereaved by her abandonment, I feci llko resigning all claim to tho hateful heritage. Take it, wan it well with your clearer gno and saner mind. You shall have It for the asking, to do with as 3011 please." Gerald took tho never dreaming that ho would care to licstow uoii it more than a few careless though regretful glances. Uut in a little while his 13 es were riveted, his face had begun alternately to palo and flush. An hour or two afterward he went to Crawford Clyde, who had already so heartily welcomed him for tho sake of his own friend, Thorndyke, but who had scarcely exchanged ten words with him before tho native charm of Gerald w rouglit It.s winvimo results. "Thereby hangs a tale." said Dr. Clyde's new friend whi'e handing him tho curious declaration of his father 'In the name of re.i- inniiu-script, death-menace- d Gerald nnswercd excitedly: "To startle them only, Dr. Clyde? Don't you think " "It may do more than merely that?" the other broke in. "Ah, what I've Just said seems audacity enough in itself. My dear Maynard my dear Gerald, if you'll let mo call you so when I'd read through half that extraordinary piece of writing, I began to laug' as u fellow would do at some seemed as if n man were saying: 'Look; I can take the clouds out of thq sky, turn them Into n new metal, llko Milton's "more ethereal" one, and build you w Ith them n ".stately pleasure-house,- " like the one poor I olcrldge saw In that mad vision born of his drug.' Hut after I'd read on, tho smile died from my lips. Here, too, might bo madness, but It certainly had the trick of looking as sano The whole thing, If a as Hamlet's. failure, Is defeat with almost tho magnificence of conquest." They talked on together for a good while about the new proposed dealings with electricity and tho three elementary chemical bodies that were ordered as concomitants In its astounding trcutment before a certain "whitish liquid, e.xcesshely volatile and somewhat luminous If stirred," should at last crown the operator's labors. "You state that you know very little of chemistry," Gerald presently said. "I liegin to see that you are full of such knowledge." "It has a shabby look beside yours," nnswercd Clyde, heartily "by .love, if Gerald colored at the compliment Again Clyde laughed, and in his blithe "You can blush as stylo went on. modestly ns a girl, my lad as the girl, jtorhaps, whom 3011'vo left behind you." "I've left no girl behind me," said Gerald, with instant frankness. "What! How marvelous! At your nge you've never been in love? That Wats the wonders that your father prophesies." "Oh, I've fancied myself In love more than once," alllrmed Gerald, "but each dream has been liko those roses that scatter their petals when wo try to pluck them." "Ah, some day you'll pluck a rose that w 111 accommodute you by staying on her stem " "Let us hoN so," smiled Gerald, with a shrug. "Hut you," he pursued, "hae jfiKi never thought of marriage?" "It seems to mo that I'm always thinking of it and never performing it," said f'ljdo. with a little sigh and a downward look at tho nosegay thnt nearly always gleamed on the lapel of his coat. Then he glanced upward and lifted lnith hands with mock despair. "All, that matrlmonyl" he murmured. "I'm ambitious. I want to get out of life all it will give me, but feel convinced the older I grow that marriage is tho one state of King for which I should neer find time. It would involve, so to speak, a cruel confusion in the rest of my affairs, and would rum my present splendid reputation for keeping them all duly labeled and pigeonholed. No. it Is true that I can crowd many occupations Into a single day, but marriage is precisely one egg too many for my basket." This lightsome speech jarred upon Gerald, lie gave an impatient frown, w hlch Clyde's quick eye saw, and explained. "You think mo flippant," he pursued, "at a time when 3011 expected me to show the greatest gravity . . . And you are w holly right." "I expected you at least I hoped to find you auUul," leruhl said, with a sad kind of courtesy. "Command my aid, dear fellow." "How shall I act regarding this paper? You know how my brother treated it what a puritanic repulsion it roused In him?" "Yes." "More than this, von know how ho has literally lost a young and charming wife lwcauseof it. At least, her picture seems to assure mo that sho was charming," added Gerald, "and certainly Syl-van's desperate sense of loss would confirm this view." Clyde shook Ids head as If in strong doubt. "She may have been charming enough. Hut to leave him like that! It strikes mens a huge piece of nonsense, still." he went on, "there is no accounting for a certain sort of feminine wihlnoss. It crops out in our sister se.x w it li all the botanical caprice of fungi. Now, in the matter of counsel, accept from ine this bit of dictum: Hy nil means exploit your father's Idea, and as thoroughly as 3011 are able." "You mean, follow his Instructions to the letter.'" "Yes." "Your words are immensely welcome!" exclaimed GerahL "I feared And upon my your discouragement. word I should not have had the heart, after receiving it, to 1I3-- in the face of oar Any nineteenth century skepticisms. practical putting to proof of what tho manuscript enjoins, will require an outlay of certain funds, and these, thanks to Dr. Thorndyke's goodness, need not trouble me. Hut It may also require the help of a skillful, perhaps a very accomplished chemist. May I seek your influence In securing hit services?" "Emphatically I should advise no such course." declared Clyde. "What? You believe that I could work alone?" "Ear better if yon did. Get assistance, of course, but let It only be that of servant to master." "Ah, but if I fail?" "Then you will fall without also incurring ridicule. And that, to a man of your youth and your aspirations, might cause serious damage in the future. Either this formula Is a great coup in tho world of science, or it is the merest nullity. If It lie the tirst, you will win all credit, Heaven knows, for having rested your faith upon it; if the last, you will escape the sneers of thoe who rate all daring endeavor as Quixotism till forced to do it homage as success." Gerald took these woids to heart. Ho laboratory, and promptly prepared without a hint to Sylvan concerning his intentions, passed hours there each day. His assistant was of Dr. Clyde's own selection, a young man, but fulrr well educated, whose t"chnleal knowledge just 1 1 11 bright but over-bol- d extravaganza. It suited the services for which he was needed and in whom no suspicion of the task which his employer had set himself ever might bo feared to rise. An absorbing tnsk Gerald soon found It, and one that often had upon him tho effect of a gloomful, overhanging sky in which bums a single star. Hope was that star, and soon its brightening orb seemed to throb with the pulsations of its watcher's delighted heart Learning from Dr. Thorndyke that the latter had been prostrated In Chicago by a rheumatic seizure more painful than serious, he felt a thrill of actual terror at tho chance of being forced to quit New York. Then, with an Immense relief, ho read further on In tho letter of his benefactor certain other comforting words. "Do not dream of hurrying on here." wrote Thorndyke. "I should simply be a nuisance to yon ns yet in New York and enjoy yourself. When I am better I will send for you and we can talk over 3our future with leisurely phrases. I am distressed to hear of Sylvan'a continued illness or rather w hat you call, even more somberly, his relapse." This relapse afforded Gerald his wile excuse for not Ile-mn- in joining Dr. Thorndyke In Chicago. 'As It was, he felt conscience-twinge- s at his his own satisfaction. Surely this whole business of "the elixir" was making him it hasn't!" IUMI.M 1.11. A ROMANCE OF 4L ft ifeS&Sw (fin 7 3wi v TW By BROTHERS FAWChTT. ATHRILLINGSTORY Full of Startling Incidents. "All osl and niiorlifivflgiitu nut of my life," Sylvan soon told Ids brother. Tlte story which was presently (infolded had tho effect of a tragedy divided into acts, for it was mora than onco inter- rupted by cither piteous delirium or silencing fatigue, Gerald first tunneled at tho Might of Lucia, and then caught himself sympathizing with her lu tho coursu that sho had taken, lie camo across a photograph of her which boro her name and n fond phrase written underneath It Studying tho face with homo attention, ho grow convinced thnt it betrayed in molding and lines of feature a spirit of strength and delicacy strangely mingled. Yes, ho decided, liero was just tho woman to resent such Imbecility ns her husband has shown and desert him, half through loathing and half through despair. Tor (lerald, riaving learned from his brother pre- clvcly with what sort of opposition ho had met his wifo when she desired to carry out tho w Ishes of tho dead, stood amazed before a confession of which past experiences narrow-mindedness ffir wMwJ w IK MK f Wfra "TKl.t. Ih-ci- WHAT VOU THINK OK IT.1 j ' IIIIT "'ti'l1 rjr a HltOTHKlt, OU K.SOW UK, IION'T iOU?" V U might have prepared him to receive. At ilrst tho wholo Idea of an 'elixir" tinged tho memory of his father with Kid dismay. Gcorgina Maynard had never .succeeded in casting nlxiut tho mind of her younger sou that spell of horror for his father's nonconformist views which clearly had affected Sylvun. Gernld had long delighted to think of his father as the intellectual rebel ho was darkly hinted to have liccn. At Cambridge the almost boyish aspirant for future, medical excellence haddrawu joyously on those wells of egotism which youth finds furnished with such easy buckets and cordage, and hail told himself that his own love for scientific Inquiry sprang wholly from the scope and acumen of that van's ished paternal mind. Hut now, at bidding, to look upon Kgbert Maynard in the light of a mere thuumatiirg-ist- , a dabbler in those follies of w hieh science frowned down as llimsy sensationalism this point of regard brought with It disappointment chill and keen. Hut soon Gerald's feelings markedly Sylvan, throughout his changed. narration, had spoken us if all tho old morbid forces of his morality" were now in a dismal state of rout. "I'm willing to grant," he s.ud. "that I've I deceived acted with fatul Lucia in the burning of that counterfeit paper bccai.e It seemed to mo that by ?b doing I ini,"ht sear away tho sinful longings that o'utohed her soul. Hut smooth-running Syl-van- pseudo-chemist- ry self-tru- st son tell me what you think of It, I simply daed after reading have it a score of times, and and confess that I'm da.ed still." Crawford Clyde, examined tho paper ' with as much expedition as his many professional duties allowed. However, this meant with him no long delay, for he found time to do every thing though nothing well, if faith could be put in tho judgment of his foc.s. Hut his ' friends alllrmed far differently. They said, and seemingly with Iming unction, that he managed to do every thing, and nothing ill. It Is certain that by some of his "own guild this wondrously successful young physician was often called a sham, a fraud. Hut as Koss Thorndyke had quickly wen In him, he was really tho kind of man In whom solid traits predominated, while fanciful ones merely embellished and these, trimmed liko friezes of ornate carving on a structure. Inith sturdy and grave. Those who estimated him by his whims ami conceits were sieedily convinced of his shallow noss. I'asslonately a music-lovehe was often seen at the opera; devoted to the reading of nmels, he seldom misled a good one in either En glish or 1'ivuch; fond as a woman of flowers, ho bought them at all filling his apartments with them and as well a not seldom buttou-holof his modish coat. He dwelt in a small but luxurious home, and received his patients In a room heavy with floral uerfumes and decorated in Moorish designs. When ho wrote his prescriptions a diamond of great value, set in twisted silver, flashed from his right hand. Ho was hardly w ith eyes that held tho ballliug darkness and luster of elmny most somberly when made to shine brilliant, and a face whose pointed brown lienrd and waxed mustache had been spitefully compared to that of some susceptible boulenmlicr. "You should have been a Frenchman," Or. Thonury he had once said to him. "Then you would never have had to meet the accusation of 'humbug.' " "I don't meet It now," smiled Clyde, with a wave of one shapely hand; "I dismiss it." All in all, he had achieved a phenomenal success, alone piercing with envy those who were ungenerous enough to deny the worth of his notable cures. That this number was largo It need not be recorded, since there are some persons who have a private little vogues' gallery composed entirely of those who lu uny special march of effort lime presumed to distance them. Nevertheless. Clyde had for a physician his mental faults, and among these Imagination ruled as chief. Full of fine intuitions, he .sometimes forgot, in this bloom and of his victorious career, the cooler methods which had mainly compassed It, "Wo men of science must spcuk by tho card," he had once said in his crisp, g.iy way to Thorndyke. "or enthusiasms will undo us." His auditor had smiled, thinking how sadly. If this were true, Clyde would have been undone before he could count, as now, his patients by the hundreds. With these enthusiasms Gerald had now grown pleasantly familiar. And yet, through the weeks of their acquaintanceship he had never seen so vivid a sparkle in the dark eyes of his new friend as when Clyde at length handed him back the paper fraught with Its alleged solution of the impossible. "I don't claim to be of much Importance as a chemist," were the first words that greeted Gerald, "hut unless I mightily mistake, my I toy, here Is a bit ' of genius fit to startle millions." i r, soa-sons, grossly selfish. He found It hard work to sympathize properly with his stricken brother either In.speech orin spirit, and more and toS3ivnn's plaints, morrow less dolorous, began oddly to affect his strained and anxious nerves. What, after all, to him was this Lucia, this recurring and unceasing Lucia, who had chosen to shroud herself In shadow and silence? Ho had his own "Lucia" to think of, had Gerald. "I keep susiHjeting that she may after all huve been hidden away 113 that aunt of hers. Mrs. Calderly," Sylvan would murmur. "Hut you have seen Mrs. Calderly," Gerald would reply, "and sho has told you- -" "Ah, yes, she has told mo! Hut suppose she has not spoken the truth? She is a little sallow woman .with a cross In one eye, who lives In a tlnj brick house on One Hundred and Tenth street. I never liked her and sho never liked mo. She Is so unattractive a person that I always wondered how she could ! near of kin to my comely Lucia. Once my wife confessed to me that her Aunt Janet disliked me on account of my 'strait-laceopinions.' Hut the aversion was reciprocal indeed, yes! Mrs. Calderly Is what sho calls liberal, which means that when you take the elevated of an evening up to her remote and ugh little house you are apt to find in her drawing-rooat least one or two offensive persons w ho have hard things to state of every accepted idea, from the Hible to the current fashion In women's raiment. She certainty is she is excessively not strait-lacefor that matter, one might say of her that sho dispenses with nearly all stays of any sort, either mental or moral. Lucia always persisted In being fond of her. Hut I always read In her tart, curt speech and manner a kind of pert her challenge. She never looked at Lucia in my presence that she didn't seem to say: 'Why did you ever marry that man?' . . . And when I went to her in my great misery after my wife's flight I burned nil the while to search to-da- y d d; loose-lace- head into tho pillow, an unwonted weight of dejection, almost dark as tho DAUGHTER AND FATHER ARE DEAD. arkness itself. "What," ho thought, Now the Question Is an to Hie Manner "if the search for this weird and occult or Their Tukluc OfT. force carried with it n stealthy and Ptaten Island and Franklin, Ea.f are subtle curse? What if the curso should greatly agitated over two mysterious trajje-dle- . begin with just such minor alienations Two years n?n the iKxly of Mary from dut3 and human pity as I have al- Tobln, the pretty secretary of Dr. S. A. ready noted, and should end .should Robinson, was found floating In the water at t'lifuiii, S. I. Mary had Iwen engaged end?" Hut sleep, that kindly genie who waits on the fatigues of j'outh and health, left his last fantastic And in tho mcrclfulty unfinished. morning he forgot the tinge of morbid reflection which had crept across his brain, and remembered onty that the day was full of sunshine, that his own refreshed energies were full of purpose and power. ' jf' 'Ml'' V I 'f The ardor with which he worked grew in a way saercd to himself. m i:v,JroniN. s. r. to u moved to reverence b3 the mem- to Dr. W T. HrHti. iforim r partner of Dr. ory of his father, a more than filial I'obinson. An ku crdict wi returned sense now stirred him. At times he al- nt the Inquest, ultlioiiKh man) persons be most saw his father, a shadow' shape, lieved the )oum; woman was murdered. Her father. N. V Tobin, a tailor - ot and yet ono vested with acute souvenirs firmly belieed Mary of their days together in picturesque Franklin, I'a , foul play. He r cent ly wla anthe victim of old Mur3iobono road. Now and then nounced that he had .'tcuimuhUi-- siilllclent the air would seem electric with admo- evidence to put the rope round the ifeck of nition. His undertaking appeared to her slayer. One night after his declaration him so hoty as foreibty to sweep a vaguo his house was burned down, and Toblu aroma through the harsh material odors himself was found ile.nl In the ruin, with of his chemlc pursuits. Ho swiftty be- a deep cut in his forehead and strangulation marks on Ids throat. The story was came tho votar3' of an imagined This cult meant his father's be- at once started that Tobin had been murqueathed mission, and such mission ho dered and his houe fired by the slayer of now spiritualty knelt before, in devout his daughter Mary, who feared exposure for the former crime. regard. To solve this enigma, which and com ictionof rumors sprang up in supAll manner had assumed for him the form of a pre- port of this theory, and Interest. In tho cious inheritance, was to guard it Mary Tobin ni)stery was revived. I)r against the least mundane disapprecia- Itobinson threw doubts upon thocharacter tion. As the struggle which he made of the unfortunate girl. Dr. Uryan re(and it was a severe struggle, consider- torted ami defended the honorof his sweeting his rclativety few equipments) heart. Others who assisted nt the autopsy neared surer and surer the goal ho al- were not certain whether Mary was foully ready had discerned, Gerald became dealt with or committed suicide. It was penetrated with a respect for his toll plain from letters written just before her mind. quite foreign to tho intent which had death that she was troubled in about Mrs. Another ugly runior was before infused him. His former passion Tobin, who it was alleged did not live hapfor realities abode the same, but this pily w ith her husband. She w as nway from had mistity vailed Itself in a haze of home the night of tho murder, and romanticism. He constantly saw Clydo her firm belief that Tallin's death and reported to him the results of each was accidental. A Franklin lady who was da3. "You are growing feverish and on her way to Newcastle the day after tho queer," his friend said to him ono even- tragedy told of two men on the train who ing, "as your brother (to judge from acted very mysteriously, and whom sho your own tidings) grows calmer and was confident were Tobiu's slaiers. Sho called tlio attention of the conductor to more ordlna'." suspicion". them, but lie paid no heed to "True," returned Gerald, "I am al- The detective, howeer, are her scouring now most at the summit of my aspirations. the country lor them. or perhaps a day or two Meanwhile the two town1 arc divided in later, I shall have realty brewed that opinion ns to whether Tobin was a victim of .Mary's slayer (if she was murdered) or colorless liquid we both wot of." or a day or two later," whether he died an accidental death. Clyde musingly replied; "wiry, then," A TRAGEDY OF THE BOWERY. he broke off, brightening, "we shall have a grand time together in testing its Seinatloiml Murder mill Sill tide In Conpotencj." cert IJlve. "No," replied Gerald, with gravo de "For money, not kises, wins love," sang nial. Ida Ilrevoort in a New York Bowery con"No? How's that?" came tho quick cert hall one night recently. Ten minutes question. afterward sho was "hot dead in herdresslng "I wish to test its potenc3', but in a room by a )ouug man, who immediately single wa3" was Gerald's reply. tinned the pistol upon himself and fell lifeless at her side! "A single way? Yon mean. . ?" "I mean with complete deference to ny dead father." "Gerald, how odd of 3ou! Speak self-quer- y U A ! l! 1 Al-wa- god-shi- "To-morro- 11 plainer." self-poise- d lHPb Tart'Tutf'' IS I I I i I I over-tillin- g o "BHiil i'ic'i l ,fl rr.'i''wifmMggMiriiiiiiiii))i)r BBII4WI WL rr.Hl'AWNO Ml TlIK KI.1XI1L it-- s hey-da- y deceiver with more steaiby dupllcit3' than others?" "Oh," Gerald would weariedly tell himself, "these are but the sick imaginings of a distempered brain." Ho never, for his own part, had the least suspicion of Mrs. Calderty. Had this been true, he would have sought out the little laity with a turn in her eye and striven artfulty to pit his gullo against her own. Of course the flight of this young woman was a ni3tcr3', and tho fact that her having no other of uny nearness except Mrs. Calderly made her continued stranger still. More than onco on the point of proposing that detectives might lie set to search for her, Gerald refrained from u suggestion whoso acceptance would accord so ill with his present preoccupied mood. asHere another pang of sailed him. His efforts In that lalioratory enthralled him as though he had grown the pre3 of some wizard's craft lie had never known till now that he possessed those keen and tiny agents of trouble which are named nerves. One evening, after prolonged stiuty :.nd experiment, he felt, on turr.in,; ut his light and sinking his blood-relation- her rooms upstairs and prove that sho wasn't really lying. Her denials that Lucia was there came glibly enough; it wasn't that Afterward, while I lay here with an upset brain, with all my thoughts grotesque and I used to fancy it was tho turn in ono of her eyes. 1'erhaps this had given her a certain assurance, don't 3011 know? Did it ever occur to 3'ou, Gerl ald, that a jierson can play helter-skelter, cross-e3,ci- I.lfe Had No ltuy of Hope. Ago and poverty combined come very near bringing people to the lowest depths of human misery. Hope says farewell, and despair begin his frightful reign. Tho other day there were found floating in tho Seine near Clichy, France, tho corpses of a man and woman who had resided for many years in a house at tho Ternes end ot tho long Hue do Faubourg Saint Honoro. The man Metivler by name had been a commercial traveler in his better days, and u'fla iimr.ml of eieht v ve.irv nf tit., whim lie persuaded Mine, do Fischer, a blind woman, w ho is said to have belonged to a wealthy Itussi.iu family posessipg largo estates in the Caucasus, to die with him, as they were in a condition of tho utmost destituPersonally Gondncted. tion. .Mine, do Fischer, uto Markoff, is de The Chesapeake iV Ohio Kail way, thro' scribed as the widow or a personage who belli the title of marshal ot the nobility, its personalty conducted tourist system, and who expired about twenty years ago. presents four toura for the season of I.siM, Tho two alife weary octogenarians.m bound f ltul," ti.,. n,.l lit.... ,l..l.la. ....... I.. aI1...1 by special estibule trHin with lining, themselves Into the water, and thus forced tna t0 earthly woes and observation cars attached, embrrc- self-murdJ Gerald did t speak plainer, and somewhat at length. Ctyde listened with great heed. At length he said: "I tmderstand 3our feelings. There's something exceeding nice and poetic about it." Gerald drew back a little. "Ah! 3011 express it too savagety," he said. "Savagely? You mean realistically. . . M3 dear boy, If It lies in my power your whim shall be gratified." "It is not a whim!" asserted Gerald, hotty. "It "A creed, an infatuation, a religion un3 thing 3011 please Uut I shall hold it inviolate if I can." "If3oucanl You! With 3our name and place as a pli3siclan!" "Ah! we'll see. I shall have to go through high jinks, no doubt, with those people at tho morgue. Still, they'll bring 3011 the body of some drowned person whom the3 believe to have committed suicide. And on such a body 3011 alone consent to tr3 this miraculous white liquid?" "I have not called It miraculous," returned Gerald, coldty. "That is an adjective of 3our own coining." "Hah!" exclaimed Ctyde, springing from the chair in which ho sat and letting a hand fall upon his companion's arm. " on musn t rebuff me like that, dear boy. Recollect I'm immensely with you." "Ah! know it I know it but too well," the tears visibly shining in his eyes. "Look here, Ctyde," ho went on, "I siinpty want to pay 1113 father's grand idea (for it now seems to mo grand, whether it prove futile or no) a certain kind of allegiance. To tr3 tho elixir on some drowned person would bo precisely what ho might, if now alive, desire and commend. A suicide? 3ou will ask. Yes, a suicide, I answer, and one who has sought through drowning. Tor, as tho manuscript afllrms, in the frame of ono who has attempted death b3 drowning there will more probably be no organic lesion. Henco the drug, if effective at all, will secure it.s chief chance of acting at its best in one who has died this particular &v 4 7111 -- c. s. WltBL'Ii. IUA ni'KVflOltT. wil- is" 1 r,'.'o. On the night of the shooting sho was in good spirit, and looked quite jaunty in her low necked dress and short petticoats. A sarcastic smile illumined her face as sho sang her last song, and sho swept off tho stage with a glance of scorn at her old locr, who sat scowling lu the audience as the vocal taunt camo to him, "For money, not kise, wins love" He sent word that he would like to see her. Tho reply camo that Ida did not want him near her. Then tho man made his way to tho dressing room, and without a word of warning slew his fickle mistress and killed himself. Tho Texas husband buried tho wayward wife. fulness ending in tragedy. Ida was married to a saloon keeper in Dallas, Tex., tight years ago, and they had one child. She had been a variety actress, and could not settle down to the calm of domestic life. She left home two years ago and, sliding lower and lower, liecame a concert hall singer. Her huslmnd C. J. Dinneyer by name Idolized her, but she pel.sis ted in lemainiiigaway from him, finding supremo delight in the promiscuous admiration of thefiequenteisoftheHowcry halls. Charles S. Wilbur, the murderer and suicide, was one of her conquest. Sho threw him over, however, for another man, who had lots of money and gave her a diamond ring worth It was another instance of woman's s nt self-rebuk- e new-appoint- ing White Sulphur Springs, Natuia! Bridge, Luray Caverns, liichmou ard Old Point Comfort on the sea. Each party limited to 100 persons'. Tickets cover all necessary expenses. Daylight runs through the magnificent scenery of the Virginias. Nights spent at famous mountain resorts. Every detail looked after by W. H. Greegor, General Travel-in- g Agent, who will conduct these tours for the company. Tho luxury of sightseeing without ono disturbing element. For rates, dates, etc., address II, W. Fuller, General Passenger Agent, Cincinna1 An eighteen-year-olWest Virginia girl smashed tho head of a burglar with an ax h few nights ago, and while the married men of tho community are pointing to her with pride the unmarried ones are viewing her with alarm. d A cow waudered into a grain elevator at Bloomingtoa, Ills., a few days since and stopped tho machinery by jumping down into a bin, a distance of ten feet, after some" oats. With great effort the animal was got out alive. Eleven hundred purses were left behind In public vehicles In Loudon during lbbU. Out of the number 2M) contained from one from five to to five iouuds, forty-seveten pounds, and tw eh o from ten to fifty-fiv- e pounds. n ti, Ohio. j ,. A ,,iu- - uriMrwufwitir iffwm-- 3 irtnri.ii -- Tfiivn).Tp,mi , ni fm, iimwurTiti Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal May 29, 1S91 Lincoln THEY HRKED ON 5 Stock Stanford, Ivy., JIcKINNEY, KENTICKY. rAKLIAMKXTAnr IIEI'IMTIONS. mock ol the Young Chip. . "I wish you would renew this note. My father will indorse for me," said a 'Texas youth to Mose Schaumburg, the .merchant prince of Austin. "Ven a fader has got no more sense than to indorse for such a son as you vat segunty ish dot for me? Dot shows dot your vader vas an old block of the j'ouug chip." Texas Siftings. Money due u hen the mare is pirted with or bred to another horse a beautiful red torrel, srUh a Lord Cllfttm First dim dam of INancc a t4 ky Al Cod HS.1HI" and tail, 15's; hands, fattled in iSM anJ is .1 peifcit Kiddie h.iroe. Forrst a iai, tn of Almoxt a a4 in a joint 1 hose who want tu biv.1 I11.1 rwd saMte hecoud dam hy Girrard Chiet, iie f Hasil curdiallv ibMied to look at my horss Duke a al d Third dam by C.u- - I t;le Bssntr's iir of td m him more. , lVettie Kinkeid by Contractor 1084 First dam dam of Lad) Dasist)! II was sited by Scsnd he by Cuamtea;-ham'- s irc of Or West a i;Jf. Contractor was sired bv tosirth dam by Co;, re I bottom sir of dam of Jewd. ho hy old Washinijtoii Dnmnrl. Aiax, lull brother fb Orange Ciirl aao, bv Hamble-tuniUntil Duke a rl ., Ill tint dnm Fannie by a son of GMI's VnMMj dam Lady C.odbev by io dm KltNai wi. scrrl by Relinosit, dan Hlaedma ad dam bv ()M .Monte, thot"librtd (ireen's Hamblettnlan 15J, full brother to olun-teLien letalnod un colt till soaaon 0 paid. (dam ol .wigert with ar in j 10 er Abslnl .v. sired 7 in a 30 list. and Sentinel Aj Mares grated at roamnable rate, but net reJ ih 1'ilot, 3 bettor than j o and KiH Ken a wnh 1$ in j 30 Ht by Mambriao Chief, ad dam sponsible lor a. idem, should any wi ur. G Unit h mate (ilam of ll'iSHlind a al , and Donald LAI KU,Staafcrl Second dam full sister to D. Monroe a aSi, by a a; h llrown 1'lltit. Itienti is full brother ot lim Monroe St?, sire of Lady Monroe 1 io'4, kilty Kinj Kene j sire of luue a 19V; Mi,t J jjt It lies a .. Mm tr Chief a'lS1, and 14 in a 30 list t aov, lecutnseh a 18 A"c I'rince Vxlward 1 144, barcenet a 15 and 11 othKei'rd 1 31 if hands hlli Jim Moun e by Alexander s Abdullah 15 er in J V list I'hird dam by Vermont Hero 141, sir of Iidv 1 to4,, a M a 30 and lien Knox, sire of Lady Maud a iS)j, Almont sited LJ& fft Sired b Voitalre x5 Hrst dam bs Lex nstnit sire of 17 with records of a by Almont and '4 Cilmor a M and 17 in a 30 list. jo or better i A dam by Mambrino Cnori'er id sues wiin t trotters with 1 bird dam by DusaU's. Mambrino, son of Whip. Cheif a Private stallion resordsof a cm-bdam Lads "lauhone,: itrandam of Rosa- Wilkes ttr anl hit daujhtei. have jS with rccordsof a v ... It ? ecilid coisin to Maud S Jay lye bee and Nut- ." ,orhelter First dam bv Kdwi,, K,.rri.i w.thtw.. rich bay in color, was foaled in i$s; lie stand full to hands 111311 and ltr L.MONT CHIEF 01talre a aoti (hy l'atller i(Hi. dim has vtoou isstiictly a tine hone, smooth turned of extra mucul ir development, showing great power. He fin- tit by Mamhritm Cnief 11, ad dam bysiHini? l'ar in j an list ana sire of the dams of 11 m 1 10I1.I. Roebuck ttairard Chief sired Mambrino Chief, tat dam Individual merit of this stallion in form, an excellent set of legs, tlat, clean and hard in mush: the lly rricasen v s -sire of llrown Jim, is also the sire ol olnr, ltr s; tiiiii taisie ny r r ink. u uam jo Hi oldest colts are coming Aratas; il dam el.tc .on of Old I'll.i in a of list ut dam by II.. ish md .ution is full) up to and in keeping with his high breeding a rsellie ... sir,, 1'itot. Jr , (u in Cribbs. Dec a tin. dam in lij.- - by aA Mm tut dsmttli, who made lre, byd by llambletnnlin, 4th dam by Uioine,! owned by h. ear-olllarrard He had a olds and also show greil natural speed of i,'l Tattler, Voltaire's of the tirst a 30 Duke a at1 . Mambrino Hippy list anil the sire of the dams of Maud S , Jay li e Chief sired Mich . that went trials better than a 30 last ear I will pijSjouto the breeder , dam 1 elltale by Telamon, son ol Meooc, s uW. kr.1 llal I'llot, Jr .jw 4nu ..Miwi .u ,v CriioW 1 1a1 .. Maiifie !.. performer ot his set since he has been owned b me a ai, Humor a an Slander KrricsMin, Jr . is a sired Indnnapolis 16 hands ,. and also Nobby.sireol Nobbj.Jr. a IIELMONT CHIEF will make the season of tV nt my place near Mckinney at a j8VJ and oltaire a ao'( and his sons Alibutt, In the dim of Mistake 1 jA, and Don l'uarre. sired ' f"1! e.,r '", "horse M.,W"'t are ct i!s--h house." Rumor, lattler Jr and dianapohs, oltaireare old record a i,.,Kd Cambrel i ami "The question bofore the wr.are .niiawe lorttiertrm.lrisek ' n,i market, and heiH of naussiaily K. all sires of performert in a 'O 1'ilot. Ir la, sire llelmont by Alesand-- r v VtTdallab , t t.t S'V-- '"" of lattler, is well kirnvn as helncinc of the fraud' ld.ni llelle siie.i "n not beeicelled far family Hands dam of McCurd) . HambU-iamai- . glares kept en jtootl gr'sj at Ja j er nort , wners' risk. est bposl mare aires of the age, ins daughter pro Me bv Mambrino Chief,- id dam - Belle l o bv ' forl,l, ,llra u,,ul aB, '' oslnied . .... '. ducuii; Maud S JayK)eSee a u and a rielltoun.ler ... llelmonl is tne sire or 11 In the 1 t h ist ol others of note Lctnj;ion Chief ire list, his daughters rMSeprudtiicd 11 a jj u.t ju.l of llrown Jim s dam is by denim xj Cla 14. itb records of a , 10 of Iim The Small Sum of $12.50, Mam 'jt better un have sired m 4,1m I.sdy Warfiebl by Mambrieo Chief bnno Chorister sire of dsm of I'rmeine an eti Almont a jsr1,, sired by Alexander AMaltah 1'n.jualrd in by .Mamtinm Lluef,ilam by Chtinster tut it trs stable it; miles fram1st dam bailie Ander. D 'ir Mlmbriao Chiet; Must nili.. II i iiHe ,V Liberty tumi a Living Colt. $15 to ad dam Kale by Pilot, I r Almost a 3f- sited 3; sike irvtj. U l a to or better and his daughter sith record has e tt in t jo or better. 4a A his sen have sued latin a 10 list Kdssin I'm rest rrd by Young . 1st u... ly U'atkin llai Kentucky Hmer County, Ky. Dainille, E P. K.I in K or rest is the aire of llslly I Saddle btallion.baj 15', hands hii;h, three white llishlandcr .Vj and Chin pacnr At 1K.V llnskins t us tct neasy mane ami tut), nne style ami ait.on daughters h4 pr.dui.td 11 in 1 u t an.' h' ni oils i)pA I.Ak ( trti,In .re a mate in foal will aiiu Ut. Persons h,ert'K In nil,, and thea c with records of t jn er bet-- I sou base icti triaa: or ' a Living Colt. $15 to ter Alesandei's A'nl .'Uh ; tj . rr I hy Us ' lvln4 (lie mire K s. r rrndels money duo I) i'in( Alesardrr ilumblutnsttan fOWKI.1, stallion will make the se isoti of ii;l Ahdallah a .. , tUm Ku of The abose 1. ll-- .ur HattsmviliV, Ky in the to 'ii hi " at mi stai Ic nc tr llustonstlle dsiuhler h , produced 17 itn revord ul a u a J K lt.UOHMN or bitter and hi. n hase Kh rd toriMind hyrerr ' Mmnof a 3" or ueiier. MambrlstsiChict iirmo ra) master. 14 dam tne dans of lioluth ; siamorino uniei nas a in a 10 111 ana m dan a tcrs hase t . with records ut jo or better amt hi sains hase tired 81 in the a jo circle Standard No n.t .,, 1'ilot, J. , t.v old I'iM, Hdl.. .N incs Ir.'is I lie sireid . svtlh record ssf a ss or bttir 7 hut iiirmiei "rf I . i,l make the s,re of C.cnesa S a iyH. "ettie Jones a 19S. Mattie H. .i..n of ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 3716 r laJster lirn It an Inl red Cold- - and hi ons hate Mied i s iih records ol a is ami st m farm,, it r -- tai.f id aiid Nil.rlKevllle .1 1 his iCm-r- r i9'&' tw f J V .. otoa aU. Kflie Thornton a ja and dust roaied u Atiri Keller pUe o ia aa .. HettieMi.aau. Uuititneb is a liy.fuil is haad better ami hi dauchtsrs hase produced u with miles Iron Mauh rdiiJ i;ma speed) aud unes clied in tte, action, hntsli and records of a roln lams of Charleston a aj. l.adv Gas a a?j, Wilkiemont a a, Wawona a aiV,, Telephone a aj'ii V'-p- 1Z to or vitlrr and Iwoof hi daughters sille. ?S.-Nu a 35 and others with records lower thnn j 10 11 AL.MO.M . r priktucid Maud S. a of, and a K) ,ic i 10 disptstlioi) 3) pjSunol H sdyk't llamblelfiUl t nil brother to l.stel e, trial a aa'?, C r nne, 3 sired bs AbaWlhth, is LECTURER 10582, brother to Aamoor a 14a '4 Sircl b ELECTIONEER Sire olIkoy a $10 to r. Living Colt, Antceo Noral a i;V. Adair a 17',. Hell d aud Moniro-e- . the (peedv and dam Charles Kent mare bs Imp ilellfoutider, ad a 104, l'alo Alto a ia', Munranita Ul a 19, trl la Ilaj horse. 16 hands high, foaled i3So. 1st dam Mamie premium colt ' f Si Sired by ilcaidi Golddutt il.lnt On Kv. br lli.hisn'ft llttlmhltntja' .A Aim a 19' j and siUiore a joperformers. Antesolo "Shuttinp ofT debute." Puck. C , the dim of Arnioor a n ' Silver Tail, by Imp 4400 (b) (.olddust 11. b) Vermont Morgan, Kdyk's Ham- - ' Mmi di. when the It is foaled. or mare n(ir,a .. t " record a ij. Cliver related in Maud S , a oi1 it and Jouuitoti, mem-na- n .im nas siien 41 wim reenras 01 ijerr r.ci U...I. .. tieit r.uincu on .,11 tulls StBttl saMStl brother SILVER CHIMES 6818, Golden to Silierone a ur1,. Sired by ALCYONE 71a, a ai Kttremely Frank. ,. Quartermaster a c6 k than any other stallion, the hrst 5 year-ol- d msiney i paid. a lerand his daughters hase piodaced 7s with recRd a 10'. Silserone Silserlock dam f Silserone a Krene stallion to trot" in public as fast ts Sire of Alcrjou a 15k, Ijna a t?1-,Hirerhloader is a rich dark bay, nption tire of ords of a ror better and id of hi sons hate sued "Now, Kobby, if you don't want to a a,Vi. etc., etc Hay horse. 16 hsnds htj;h, foaled iis. tstdaiM i'4 with t.Mi k smts, brass mane ith records of a tour better. Hay Cigarette, dsm of Rosalind WiUes the a jpo to IJessio Smith's party, you must HAVELOK513 by PRINCEI'S s;,treol atui ajolit Ilj Worlford MambrinoajsJatJ Rv mare of the Ikes family, record a uS? Whirl- 7i I'l NCE is a horse of it rot speed, aaiS lino hizh. His c Us are Ur;, hae and tail, sotii cssVor. ar.d ol b full sister to Elfic Deans a a a Dam Lottie, Kvrito a note and toll her so; and be horse, 1?1 hands hijh, foaled a can be cen at I S a 21. Kannie ire to trotters and the dams of 7a wind, a Florence, d dolddust, is',, KttelleG ldeu mark of his speed, t) ss huh an amilnt-a-ctti- n,; out ol dsk's Hartbletonian to sireol Devter a tjV;. Nettie a iS Sireof4i a 10 Cobb Dam Pedum ,Nu -, Hreerhluader, bay, foaled ta fastened in his stall im of Estellc a il' t, b thresv him Masey fcurc and pet it polite. You will And (.randsire of Maud S aoS1,, Jay Eye See a 10, St. Julien ins,, Harrj like MmzoChiet, 3n of tutl ikumtt .itri;an. ly Imp Millet it,,. trinm-h- e Mould now have a mark of i to ur is-I irM dam SiMlse ome models in this book of etiquette," an',. Goldsmith Maid a it, Cliuzstone a 14 and about uoo other in a jolist performer nave a strmij better In a race at Nn holastille he trotted a lie) (randan Over vio of the a f llinelf by and sister to Genesa S aijVi and Mattie " .. h)X" old '" fusion of I. olddust and Morgan b cod nTTTNIN'R S. 11048. record a i inodasjas. With the b'iKd of HamMetonisn, lloS Johascta , ,.1 dan Mrv Chaicbtll ky .Me, li art to her little son. tbaid Mrs. Cur H . ,n - ,r. nninni his dam in the ereat brood mire list AlIDAI.I.AII .M.siiiiiuau 171s will make the present seasoa Mambrino Chief 1'ilot. Jr and I'd will I rrei Churchill, jddarabv Imp Margrat e, graadjas of DorseytJo ...1 Hobby struggled with the problem for a a44 and Quinine b at my (ilaie i mi es from Stanftnl 011 the Hus and a steal an iadindulahe Pence is hound fviij .titonta. 4B asm .siisih-iry LSerokee dam Ella .Hopkins, dam of i in a o list, l.enesa S ani,, MMtie H. j ear-ol- d a. r .1 .1... m 10 make a great stock hutr bs hirer, mh dam bt .ted He will make the j.i uam Ian hour, and then presented for his a t, .oy uctoroon, sire 01 uam .Ml' m. W.nv.vl. . .ILl ..flC.vLn. totsille pike seas in of at mv stable . mi.es f r jm Stanford .XlSert, 7th .Urn b Alerie: lift daw b) Gter imother's inspection the following truth-fcfAllied, oahdatn a mare rssurhased in Yirmnta by MuUM",e'r,Colt. a At $15 to Capt llurcintUr lorhrtettllt hut whose telircis but unconventional effusion: tO InSUrC a Living Colt, i.. wis, MiH-vrhmd) Amctlcu. loth tlaat by "Mr. Robert Carhart declines with Mnare kept.. ireav.naMe terms Personal at At Hv Imp Moakey. uthdaask) Imp Me4ls; ' en but not ierHnsl tie f"r acidenls. n tendon pleasure Miss Ilessle Smith's kind uam oj imp snar.. iitn dam Imp KMravs.clst Imp Ilillai, ssreol alstne horse atsd abs. .Mb for the 14th, and thanks her exW Mdiofd. iMssslese, I he At same tun and, place, ssrill mke the seas.m Liswea. Ac . stssstt law tremely for having1 given him the. opsa; one-- f I evi HuMile best bred lounjt ia m, !v Hi. g4 woss lat sea coa iM,ss4a a ad be asd ill stainl at same pla e the list of vrim iatr strps. He w. 14 of doing so." Harper's Hazar. portunity year . At to a Colt. ao. ytsld atssl his get wosi from 1M7 M iM t9,,. Ho is Mark uith white points, nearls 15 hand A Iluiiiy Impromptu. I will alo urd t the He years old. imt plar m 6sve jack Unte and hih, fmelenathlllackhiirn body, jdam Doll) V. . I nana is a hrieht ba) wi'hout ry white, is i Club Raconteur Here's an anecdote mane ami lan 01 nne action and First nas". tmd bv Ije . i nr.iv-"i i j i A) Ij vrr'YirTj '"Mmnu ,rr nam b Kjal Mammoth, ad dam Ibne Kwl.r). j t a natural saddle horse, b) Silver Kini, the jof Webster 1 submit. hy blonewall Jack.tin. he oy J'mn iwujnsnan . treat premium horse First dam ly Imp (luck- Editor We don't want it. At $1000 t In, re a l.ivlag Cult. He I tack, his dam bv Jim l'trter )d dam Elbjn lllythe den, id ilam by Denny's Drenaon, 3d dam hy . a nsck wuh w. ne paints, setrs 4d in lane show horte in hi Club Raconteur Will vou be nleased by lllythe' Hanibnl, he It) Comnromise, 4th Um Fitmore. Filmore Whip assd out ol and full ic-- hnl. high He was,sirtl t) Aikea's a tine black jennet sold hs Dr. ilctinct. c( Mad-so- n day. He was by Montcomtry' (to state why? ty if 111 King William he t Two miles from Lantastrr on the Stanfurl pike saare by Frank, thoroughbred. a King Phi'lip First dasa count) to Let Hu'iole, Hlack "tin sennet, she was sired b K lag Phillip, Editgr Well er has it ever been Mares kept at reasonable rales hat not responsiad dam b) Mutct atlr he hv Jim Porter ble for escapes or a. xlents TW (published? $10 for a Living Colt.. A M l'l.SXE. Stanford. Kt jack ha uroten hunsr f a tine breeder A HataW Club Raconteur ho. of his co't have .ol.t for Jifs, at wa)lag tiaci retained on colt for season A hen will Moiw.) due when the coll is foaled or more part Editor Well, you see, we don't ban- ! J Urll). Stanfird rd wills, iwn iclamed till the is (Mid. list, ln Idle rejected manuscript. Hy General Knox;, sire of t8 in the 2 10 Judge. P W LOG AN, Owner v a ao list Kirt dam by Pourln Chief, sire ctsix from a iS5i to a aj; ad dam a thoroughbred A Registered as Ho1 Sired by the great llelmont 6, sire of N'utwod a l8s, Fred Arihura u'j Wedgewood a ta and 36 In a 30 list and ire of as daughter the dim of 11 BEjCMONT CHXEF689. an er Sired byValsInghamai66(sireof Latitude, record a 19H 1st dim Tinsel by Mcssereer Unroc ino. son of the dam of HainbletonuA and sire ol Elaine "I dim Hess, sister to Norlaine, yearling a THKV ltKEF.D ON. James Howell, Jr., by Hainbletonmn 10, sire of Desttr a 174 id dam Jessie bare bv Harrv Clay it. sire of the dans of M lullen a 11H. Hodlne , a 19V, and la more that hate produced aotnit-teralso sire ol the dam of Electioneer, mi of jo Link. 1ml 31' 4 in tt.e a joint: 4th dam bj Liberty, son of Lance liy Amerisan Eclipse WalsinRhsm ih. sire of Naboth, Is one ot ths youngest sons of tteorse Wilkes 119, retord a aa, Wilkis a nS, Cm ilkes t n ho sued Stand ml Rule f Mike Wilkes a ts'i, Wil.cx a i -- nd ..' other in a to list .1IS041 ptoilucing sons anil iaitnliKlnj Sired ly Sultan 11 1. Uec rd 1 34. daughters. a it, Uuly ai Alcaaar a Sir of hands hih, Note Natsoth is a bay horse, Su eethe irt a aa'sj and as in a, to list and grandsire foaled nt uns the iSS Ili pedtKrev o like- -, Mjiii of Sin a jo lit. blood of Hambletonian, l.cotL'i" Dunton b George Wilkes ,i.a, First dun I.ad Chief i'il t.Jr and Harr CU, record a aa. sire llarr- - Wilkes t ijss., Guy WiUes a Living Colt. $20 to a i?W. W.Uon a if't, so So x t;K nnd 69 in a to Hit Night Hawk Second dam Jote, record . a iK' Minnie Watren a ark U, tire, of RedCros-snd thedams ol Fd Annan a i6l. Sctitry a as, Farm, NABOTH Standard Rule 6 10016 PENCE! Thrce)earHU Heenr4 STAN DA III). llrouti Isorse, 16 1 The I'remium Saddle Stallion, LORD CLIFTON (Slims n last seasons tunes as a totik 7 ptemiumi and 1 vcrtihcate Jl); i. ff. and Will make 1W5, ' h.inJs foaswl May, ill' season ol iH)l at til v place ,t mil from Stanford on the Danville pike, .S1IIEO IIV KIKNXI. At $15 to Insure a Mare in Foal, I'nlt krether ta Klnt Xee j 1 $. ST7MAC. ', llrr is, , ', Jess-ssl- Insure y'f a.to-f.b- y ta 1 BROWN JIM. 1 jo, 2A ia i.r""'"":-A- ,..,. Fftet ERRICSSON, JR., 1 et 3- -r y let.-or- a- -v d ,t j.l SSO to Insuro or S30 the Season, with Return Privilege. l7S "'. zat J. P. CROW, Proprietor. jo4. '" '' hr.s. o. 11 1 ' V, 13 1 MAPLE SHADE BREEDING FARM. FAULCOXEK. HoIe Insure in, - i it I 1 I Star Denmark, Insure J I Youno; lo Jack A1?ZALI.AII MAMBRINO 3715, $100 tlie Season. IIAVELOK 5131, S50 to Insure. rti it , ih, QUININE S. 11048, S40 to Insure. TURNER, SHETLAND POXY, $10 to Insure. uSt DORSEY GOLDDUST, 1 BREECHLOADER. 1 re Fa- - I 7 5 ' CJs, -- .in,,, Jljii..,. f, i, ear-ol- At Insure 1 Mfeer I .' " jit, tJ, fitet a- -'. Ist o rei-ot- aii, Iei.' , ij. k.l j lt wii) ul .!.. i..... ....s". 1 Insure Living '",he $30 - !. s invi-'tatio- KING IJICKDEN Insure Living ne ih KOSCOE. $10 en4t -- "MAPLES," 'i mm m STEVE WALKER, smirtrii $ , Arthur Sims 3041, $20 to Insure. v&rars--j zsZZ&2zh!?7 At Wyandotte 5526, First dam by Vilham Welch s feof l'rince Imprrial a 21, Jeremiah altAc thorough tied ail dam a Hs Metropo'itan vi, Terrible Fellotv. l'cnelope (proudly) I want to marry n man who will bo my master. Dickey Wenlly, I think 1 am just the one, my dealt, in fact I know it. You weally ought to see mo manage-wvalet. I am actually bwutal to the iToor fellah, don't you know. Munsey's A $20 to Insure. ,, T. A EL KIN, Lancaster. Ed Barlow 2375. Standard Rule fi. i' i hand hii;h foaled in iSlr, bred by A (.oldsnuth, Oran&e county Kewott Sired by Castelar ioOj Kirit dam Wobuni Maid, by Woburn .3m, (the ad dim by a .Mambrino dam of Carter horse; id dam by Mambrino looa.by Volunteer 51, sireofSt Julien Castelir Nodine by Hammond a n5f. etc;st dam Mis son il Potltx'aClay; d dam Wells' Star, dam of b American a aiV, and Modesty a at Artillery llertrand dam Start; 3d i4a, d bjHambletonun io; tst dam Mils Woburn Coolev, by Telegraph 301 , ad dam the dam of tjeo Cooley, by Friday miles liirlow will stind at ms stable j W hue CUk and Dix from Stanford on the ne Kutr turupike, nrar Dudderar's Mill, lllack.tallion "Weekly. Important If True. would havo modified any of his plays if lie had lived "I wonder if Shakespeare ." ji;'i) until havo taken Hamlet, for instance, and made a tank dramii in it. Ophelia could then liave suicided in full view of the audience." Life. Slie .Shvt 1 1 ".No doubt of it. He would Ins. rather (impressively) is Prof. Ctreatmind, thu That (,'entlo-ma- it At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Ed. Harlow's colts thtthase come this spnnj are good one and bid fair to make saluable animals I 1 scientist whoso marvelous discoveries 3iavc excited the attention of the entire civilized world, a man whom even to liave been is an honor. DaughterI low hi- pants bag at the arnccs! X. Y. Weekly. - eminent m jounjjack. will also stand at the same time and place 'Hie Ileal Danger. Jlammu (after the elderly visitor had gone uway) You shouldn't have ruu out of the room when Miss Oldsby tried to take you on her lap, Willie. She was not pointf 1 harm you. Willie She wasn't hey? She had her mouth pucheied all ready for it, Chicago Tribune. any-(how. At SS to insure a living colt Joe is a red jack, 3 j ear old last October, full 15 hands high, of fine stsle and action; bred by the late Peyton Emoree, of Lincoln count,, and has a double cfosi of Jim I'orter For Information as to his breeding, call on Wm. Gooth, of Lincoln, or J. I. Embrec, of Money due on all seasons when the colt comes or mare traded off 3 C. M SPOONAMORK Madison Joe Embroe, unrcoiaiD. HV "Yes," replied Sloctun; "that same (Idea occurred to me when you were discussing corn salve at Breakfast this to say the right thing in the right place," ISlinkers remarked, didactically. "It requires tact Illlnkera llitiln't Any. METROPOLITAN 1372, morning." Jury. .Aminnd Muhala "iVo, you won't. You can't be a sister to .Tack Swope and to me, too." "Ilut I'll be a half sister to you, Mr. lArmand." "That's too thin." Light. old man. Trotter Well, good-by- , tt'm oil for a journey through Spain. Squill (a struggling poet, anxiously) k Say, my dear fellow, eouldu't you do pa kind turn for mo over there and mortgage some of my castles- for me? - Too Thin. So it is fltml'.' Yes; but I'll be a Vision or Wealth. It .; . Son of Ity.vlks Hambletonian. Dam, JOETTE, by lllood Chief, 7)a.Sire of Fan- 111c (tauiuavii a ao Rysil)k' Hambletonian, dam Hyacinth by Volunteer, Kraridai v.iara, ilam ot Dexter and Dictator, by Seelys American Star. Metropolitan is acknou IciIkciI to be one of the best anl by many the sery best bred stallion ever loal-eHis full sitter Reina Victoria, sold at the ale for J7,oaj hlshest price ever paid for a brood niare at public ale I wo fillies by Metropolitan, neither of which were eser h(okKl jingle. $0 old at public sale for $i,3ij. averagins Mood Chief, by Hlood" Hlack Hawk, dam Mis Duncan bv Scott' Highlander, erandam by Ara tu, id dam bv 'Hmoleon lllood aChief sired Woo. lev Jim a aa f antile Roblnon aoJ and Chief a i' .. Mood's lllack Hawk lred the dam of Von Ariiim al)H ami Almont, Jr., 330 atidgrandatnof llelle llrasneld aao and Protteue a i3. RltiKoldls 15". hamlshlsh and extremely fine atnUt)IUh Will make the season of 'ot at my stable at Morcland, a mile Xorth of Hustonvllle. on the Hustonsilleand Dmvllle pike, nt $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Lien retained on all colts. Ifirure Is rebrel to another horse or traded money will be due. Orastfurnished at $130 per month Care taken toprevent accidents or escapes but no responslbllit) should any occur. I haveemplosed O A. Hoover of Klngssllle.Pa. to drve for ne this Sfacoti He has put 9 horse io the 3 list. I has e a splendid track and will handle a few horses besides my own at reasonable prices For particulars address, W. 3. W IOIIAM, Morelaud, Ky. d. Standard Rolef ) See 10, Sired b Di tator 113 (me of Jay-Ey- e At our stables J mnea west of Stanford on the Phallas 1 Ducctor 1 17 and ao others la tre Shelby City pike, this fi"e young adJie stallion 3 to list. u' mares vtia be permitted to erte liy Longfellow, dam Slipper by fiam Alice, bv Almont it Second dam Jvorma, by Alexander's Norman 3 I'lanct, Colt. I hird dam to a ouhr Ivsyman mare, b Coeur dc Leon Hens j Fourth dam Old 1 wy man mare untraced $20 to Description and Pedigree -- He Is a betutiful of Fanuy Witlicrsnmn a 6V$ d irk brown, with small star and snip, good mane Almont 3) a(ire and 15 others in 330, also sire Piedmont 17k hand high, and tail, 3 ) ear- - old and is t ill of the dam of Alabaster, 4 year a IJ, J II comm.indii)(t in appearance and symmetrical In a Richardson 17. Catchfly a 18K. HiStder e form Sired by Kitij Kazle (the Atkins horre ) U'llkesa aoH.Acoljte a ai and ai in the by Star Kile,id dim rtttt damDolans' 3d dam by Harris' by Hamlet bj Abdallah 1, tst dam Sally AnderDenmark Denmark, son by Mamormo Chief 11; ad dam Kate by Kin Eale was got by lllack tale. Star Eagle Pilot Jr 1a Hy Monarchiat, was jot by Cabbie's Lexington, dam by Garrard 'ueen ao.of Norman aj ire of I.ula a i4K. Chief. Hamlet Denmark teas by Washington Normon Medium the damsofNorval ii;'S; HarDenmark, dam by Ilishon's Hambletonun. a an, etc by More Horse 6, 1st dam bloc urn Dam Imp. Hon Hon, by Macaroni, ris' Denmark was by Miller's Denmark o are, s t. b It) Masauin Itonum C01 sideriui; his fine sue, color, t1r and action, lieorge Dictator, for tlte sire together with hi mot excellent brecJins, vie Dbtitor, Unzuuhedof in otweunt) and reall) man) $15 to nev je.irs think we hase placed hi services low er had a chance at the stud until he came to Care takento present arcident- - but do repon-ai- l having up to Kentucky, then 13 sears old and ilitj shjuld any occur that time but 39 foals and at ao had lis than uo foals, and unl) a lew of them were out cl well AI' at th- - samp time and place we ill stand I cw stallions impart more speed to bred mart- c the tine imported jack, his descendants, and beide they have combined with level heads He is the Wy Imp. Glenelg, sire of aim the a or bctur list, Jt trotters and Ihe trotter ate headed by Jay Eye 4 pacers. Sec a 10, Phallas 1 ij4, Director 317. Ue do Dam 1'lorence I. by Imp Austranot kno another stallion that lias ihresj uch He a bla'k, nearly 15 hand high, of hue bone sum with the same speed and number ot heats lian, andm tion,anu will serve mares trotted Jay b)eSe has j heats better thn 3 30, Director 57 and Phallas 4S, a total of a Living Colt. heats in a jo or belter to $15 to A lien will be retained on colts for season The returns of thi jear's trotting will show R II. A E. I'. W HODS 6 that Dictator not nl breeds on through hi m and daughters, but alto hia grandsons are putting Hi son, Col. STYLE. a numicrof horses in the 1 30 list Dick Loonier 1, Combined Stallion SPEED H.imbrick. ha a, Commander a, Pietender 3, ReDirector', Jitniu 1, Phallas I en son. porter 1, Delineator and End)mion Hy Ten Hroeck, dam by Planet, sired iy trotters Hi daahters promise to make $reat brood mares They have produced llrown, Elbert, Gon$10 to dola. Keller Ihotnas. Kvemnif Star. Garnet, Last season of t&)t at "Travelers Rest Chance, Nancy Hanks, Northwest, Victoriavvilse. Will make the Mattie Solomon and Williams. Marget S by Dirrc Farm ' nearbbelb) Cit), Ky , has tor has a record of 3 ia' , and Nancy aHanks and The Saddle Stallion, made in race, of a ' t, third 0 a Living Colt. a record never 1beena beatenheatHis grandson, Phal $15 to she a lamont by Phallas. has put 3 in the list. Phalla-mon- t He is a blood bay, 15' , hand hih left hind Girl a a?',, I'hallene 330 and Virginui I ise Stock Record heavy mane and tail foot lute, alSJJ bired bv Saddlewood George Dicta'or is a black stallion, 15 hands 1 $10 to First dam by Smith s Almont, siieof Katie How- hizh. foaled in i33. is a handsome fellow and will certainly sire extreme speed He wasbredfora ard 3 ijV4, ad dam b Lord Wellinjton a grand saddle horse, was by (Treat stock horse He will stand Saddlewcd, Wildwood; 1st dam by Star Denmark, the winner Colt. a $20 to of 100 premiums; 3d dam by an imported saddle pedigrees and particulars, stallion, ja uam D veecn iiamuicioniau 3 31 Wildwood was by lilackwood 74 address sireof Ulackwood, Jr.,3 sa44; tst dam Kate Mc. senger by Messenger. JrJ ad dam by Das y CrockS. or J. II. Haughma.v, Hay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled 1S85 ett, Jr.; id dam by llrunwvick, son of Sumpter; Smith's Al4tli dam by Davis' Hambletonian Sired by KING CESAR. Westmont a lyj-,mont bv Almont 33, sire ot Stanford, Ky, (By llngan's Administrator 9 Fanny Vitherpoon a 16K. Ac. lilackwood 74 by First daui Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. Xorman aj. sireofLula ati'i, May tjueen aao, Second dam by Sir Robin U. Dam by Mambrino Chief. Third dam by Giltner Krown's Highlander. Lexington Deumark is claimed to .be one of the Hog tn's Administrator 'sire of King handsomest and most beautiful horses in Ken srvtN ccvuo::. sivtuj- tucky. He is fashionably bred in saddleand trot- Major Landers 3 37', son uf Administrator 157 saddle horse, a finegaitol sire of Catchrly 3 iStf, McMahon 331 and 6 others ting lines, is a grand trotter aud goes the gaits naturally. He has 111330; dam by American Clay 34 'sire of (iran-sill- e 2 16, Maggie Ilrigg shown u 1 so gait, both racking and trotting.with-ou- t 337 etc, ad ilam dam He emanates from the high- of Wilcox a 16'i and Itald Wilkes 330) by Red any preparation class of taddle and premiun horses in Ken. Hawk; 3d dam'by Mambrino Chief 11 est tucky on hit sire's tide and his dam represents ogau will stand To euro liiilousncM, Sick. Ileiilc!te, Constl- some of the best trotting lamilies in the whole combination produces the best compation, Malaria, Liter l ouip'r.1 its, tako countrv. This to . bined horses in the world and those which the safo ntnl enrutst remotly, mand the best prices in all eistern markets. Any I also have one will have to see him to appreciate his greatness. EAGLE BIRD. Insuro 'Geo. Dictator 3862. Stallions for 1892. i. MINSTREL, At Insure. Saddle Stallions. Wallace Denmark, Lexell, Tom Robiiiaon. 1 At $15 Living he fanc saddle Sialnou, t. cisarrn-edcircl- LITTLE RUFFIN, At Insure. Wallace Denmark, I a rich Mahogan) hand high, havy ). manc and Uil, Is stm lly tine and tints; I both a a u.l plea-anat iral tacit., r, reed fauc) and whan tiiieil) dil.enin harness go's lik a trotter He ishth tail tle on both siJes to the third ts backed hv thoroughbreds o bssth staWt, making him sir) active and siirirhtly ih gait ; ta f rm and tiaish a ptriect model He was Mrd hy mnpttr Denmark, be DeaMMrk.k. by Gaiaea A Cromwell I,nmrk, he I.) ch-- race hone Isemuaik he bv In.p lle.fKcford lis )rst dam W11 md bv iir ai.aic he y lodhwaUr's Sir V'allt, he 't Mr A" rt thin ukblssd; al lamb) kirint , tam o' r.n .'e,l franby, ly thirnuaklirel he ti t Masuu i.e dam a Wmpp mare hipp, -i I n, e V I 1 V 1 , vs eanp-ranc- POWHATTAN III At Insure. JOHInT 1 s. weixs. At $10 Insure tj 1 CONCREGAN, At Insure. ,, a beac.tlfal Walla e Demur.. h.,r I )'1 u il(, I black htwv y man. ja.1 ill, rl g 0.I anil ne siv le, alii aeal Ma ami er prom in.-- ss.t.lle )ats coll lirst dam bj ideit, a.1 data fcy Pedv.ne Sir silage m sjiseli altmr, blelte by Vtailex, belt) Hlootl's I luk Ha.tK.ii I. voltl Hi irk Hau-.. limes allium ..til.t Chiel, ad Urn by Ba Messenger, j I Ian b. CaklMM.1 Whlpp Nit 1 l !L3IiiiiZ5Xi, .Sn, ij-- ia 1 ..I. 1 .. .." k r ' T0H P.0BI17S01T. ya- Son of Watla e Den nark a!m dllH ad ilam bi Itt'l Deuinark, histlani jd d 1111 bv Old Dmnn n l'm it a fine shaped I rse black with heavy mane and tail, IS1 1 hands high is a natural sadder and ha proven bun. ill a tam v oreeier 1 he above tock will make the season of tftji at m farm j4 miles from Hustonvllle, near Carpenter's statmn, ant will t.e permitted to sen e mares by the Insurance, LEXINGTON DENMARK 1 1 It At Insure 1 Eagle Denmark, At Insure. For Wallace and Lexell at $15, Stock commuted to my care and breeding will receive my persona! attention Grass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid lor betore removal ol stock No responsibility for accidents or tcapen Parting with stock or removal from nelghborhc-a- d forfeits Insuraticu and makes season due. 9 And Tom utSB. At Insure Living HOGA1T. J SIKKLi: CARPKNTKR. II. , WATERLOO. style ant action and it a sure oal getter : his combin,K ,pee. an I .a, die qualities. He has a record nf 1 1 He is by Richelieu, he bj Mambrino Chief; he by Mambrino Paymaster, he by Mambri tin. hi be ' Imp. Itirssenirer first darn Holm rnare by Hay ilarpinus. he bv Hambl..nnn, Messenger, he by he by Imp Mes- ' y " tTTil "l !U.ckt,lthebv l.nnCannon Whin, he bv I Whin, u i.,.. .- f... tr.im,dam by Herol; 3 .lam a thoroughbred nare " ."--Messenger's dam was out of , full blooded MessenK,r mare and by Imp. Rockingham. Waterloo's ilam by Helm's Yorkshire. lie bt Imn VC.I.I ...i. nrklhtru .lim llelshaaar; a.1 dam by Kossuth; y dam the noted aoildle mareowiiit.1 by Joe Helm aud afterwanl by N. 1 . Lee V aterloo xv ill stand hrst-cla1 ,. This trolling and combined stallion will make iS,t at my .table at Milletlc-evillthf Descnpllon ami Petiiglee.-Wat.r- loo i. a b!,ck. 17 hand, high, weigh i.joo pounds, magnificent e ' co-n- At $10 Insure. Five Splendid Jacks, SWIIXH'S v- 1 will alio stand uiy splendid ouDg jack, Imported Hidalgo, r tj-J- tu Four years old, black with white points, ?4 hands The high, and a"jim dandy." at $10 to insure, a livms serve other jacks are mates colt, due Octcber tst, 189a, or when mare is parted wit a. will be due when colt Lexington Denmark's fee Is foaled or mare Is parted with. Mares kept at a These animals will per month owners' risk. I solicit a close inspecSomerset pike a miles I.S. TEVIS, tion of my stock. M.S. Shelb) City, Ky. g At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. I"e the NMAI.I, boltle). fine Twoot which are noted as the best jennet jacks and will serv e jennets at Jij for a jack colt and Jij tor a jennet and will serve mares BILE BEANS Prlcool either laisVSaf I,- mule jacks and will Ossltasinla 'Illl.Y MtK TIIU At $10 to Insure. stand it my stables on the south of Stanlord. IIAUGIIMAN, Stanford Htfit CONVENIENT. nil A(ca, for 'Jtie. per Hotlle. At $10 alxe, 11,1 to Insure a Living Colt, 5V III 1J, fart rti.icopiwtr, or, iim(i). J.r.SMITHa.GU.uttrr"Bii.K8Eas,"ST.lOUl$ MO. Or $ia jo till weaning time. Lien retained on colt till weaning time. Cara taken to prevent accidents but no respon.lblllu should any occur. M. T. KUSSELL, Mllledgevllle, Ky ta a - I sj MrtMnw imy kimtmttmrtlfmli14Jl fc our carpet Tiik Merry Bachelors The control of Herald, Interior Journal still very complete. Severance itstock is have their hop on Fridayhave decided to the leading organ ofthe Salt Lake church, Son. evening, June the Mormon has passed into Gentile hands, and the Ir you want the best binder on the 2th. paper will be madu strongly democratic, BTANrOHI), May 2!), ISfll market buy the Deeriug. For sale by Bask Ham.. Thu I. J.'s and the advocating the admission of Utah as n A.T. N'unnelley, who also keeps a full will cross bats tin thu grounds lino of repaint and the best twine made, near the trestle at o'clock this, Friday, State. K.O.WAi.TON,nu8,ManaRer all at pries and terms to suit the times, afternoon. A good game may be exVKW Semi-Weekly Uv recent additions JL. JAY-EYE-S-EE Mil. J. I. cask, (Hickory Grove Farm, liome 5 Itaclnc, trying 3 every known remedy, 1 Vln.,Miys: a"After Iluncfi 1 removed larce of two years ftundlnu, from a 3 car old Ully, S with three applications of orJay.hyc-Hec- ) 1 K, liar-rodsbur- '. (five him a call. pected. ADVKKTISKMENTS. C01.. I), (i. Si.M'oniKit ih on deck vMtwiNii beautifully niul nrtiflticnlly again. He will open Ids Green Uriar Ic.iu ut A. It. IVtiny'H. Springs and "Town House" June :itli Hwk your wntcli, Hook and jowi'lrv with grand lmll and excellent dinner. rtj.niifil ut A. J I. IVimy's. All work Se his letter in thin isiie. W.irriuiN'd. I MEANS BUSINESS. QUINN'S OINTMENT. fl 1 v tliutnll Hilvi'rwnrt1. wiiti'lifp, Tiik Helle of Lincoln Lodge of Odd tt'KChlni; ( in. innaii at 1.. ocltun keturnm ?iKh, r , hoiittlit nt A. It. Penny's will Fellows, yi jnil arrive HI .Mr Mi (ill of woithv coloretl No rain of consequence. A cold driz- irmrLiiiiMinjllni In' engraved free of rliitrne. men of the Turnersville nnt;hlMrliood, zle has prevailed for thu last day or two will celebrate their seventh anniversary that may turn to rain in time. YesterPERSONAL POINTS. he net in a general picnic to be given June L'O, day ami thu day before the mercury was HI the time price for round trip tickets procttilf ar. fur the benefit of Hael (ireen Mil Mils SUK Hu'tillMAN linn been iiitu in the grove of Mr. K. Ilium, Sr. below ."iO' anil tire and overcoats came in nun Sclio.il. 'Iicket fnriale by the depot nsent lint in iimcli better now. ut thi- HhIioim named .. hvir)tnly milled tu enas lundy as they do in winter. joy pleaant day and help a coud caue We kot-- in stock a full line of nil kinds of Staple Groceries, which MlKBKS M.KMIK AMI Pitt III. WllITK nru Tiik Kansas City Star s.tys that while we will take pleasure in showing and make MnitiiiK relatives near Parksville. Mrs. J. W. McCurdy and .Mrs. Kate Two extra pages are sent with this , i .Max Sai.i.N(.i:h, of with Hays were out calling the other day edition, which contain another installtlio boyH nl tlio Louisvillu Store. thieves entered the house mid stole con- ment of the Romance of Two Hrothers Stuated in a beautiful valley on Dix HWcr, about cast of I'hok. J. M. run uii, who lnw been siderable silver, a watch, some jewelry, ami other interesting matter. If you 4' t mile from (osh-- Siatifr rd, near the county road to the Stanford and Mik or a week, iH able to bo out aain. a revolver and other articles of much missed the first chapters of the story Glassware, Queensware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of pikf, will he open f jr thoe teeklng a qui et, and hratthful Summer Hetort Hrt Haskets kept in stock, all of Mil. Ci. TniHiii.K, Ju ,ofSjrinn(li!l(l, value. you can get the papers containing it by dm accommodations will be furnished to cuefts which we are offering cheap to the public. , and. the Sprint's have been very recently Mo., Ih here in the. interest of u nursery. addressing this ollice. y Come and see us. Uie terms will be reasonablo J In Arming the Kim: .Muiuniih. . A supply of Miw. V.ui.kk GiiKN.vfi.T, of Fort amusements will boatlnc, fihiiif, nt when Out corpulent friend, Pete Hampton, etc Carnage will meet guests willRowland with a Kns., is visiting her sister, .Mi.i. K. uiesn excellent inncninuti is 'kept con- Scott, notified 'I he fntson ol ig;i open stantly on hand at I. M. Hrnce's, Stan- is collecting quite a menageiie. He has (irand Picnic June ut. Ivrmi for board can be 1. Hea.ley. had by addressine Mi8H Mattik Wiikatlky, of AmericiiH, ford, Crow ic Co.'s McKinney, and W. two Guinea pigs, a couple of ground 5 J. F. COOK, l'ror., Stanford, Ky A. (.'arson's, Crab Orchard, where twine hogs, three coons, a fox and is negotiaAnnie and lia., is the KiieHt of Mis-ioand repairs can also be had at all times. ting for a monkey. There is talk of a Mary Alcorn. Tiik Lexington Press wtys that Mr. Kxamino the merits of the Ihickeye be- combination between Mr. II. and "Fatfore buying. To epiin with a TToj). J. O. Shields, gmeral ty" Nunnclley ami our readers may not is very ill at his home James It. agent, Stanford. This pleasant ami be surprised to hear of those gentlemen resort will in that city. Iiiabr In launching forth into the circus business Missus Shanks anil Kva M it. . I. IS. Cook, of Hustonwllf, has 10, 1891, returned from Hamilton College. rented of Mrs. Nannie Owens the con- at an early day I will be piepared to a. commodate boaril-er- s when W ednewday. tingle trolling interest in Cumberland Falls for Amo.no the score of answers to our ad- for at S'' a week, week ormeals c, cents CotUgi s rent $loa ;; a rom. Horses kept Mils. J. Caiiv Kit .lo.vtw and baby irl this season. The high standard which LverylhitiB has vertisement for a printer, one came from at $1 a week or ;ocents a been put in good condition and Is ill tine shape tur went to Klixnbetlttown yesterday to visit this delightful summer resort, through Harper, Salt, Lime, Ccmcnl, Tiling, Farming Implcments.J&c. in the far oil" Statu of Kansas, a hralili ank ehjos inent her brother, Mr. J. S. U rimes. KKL'ltKN 1M OKA. careful management, hits reached will be typeslingcr there having scon thu Intk-mo- ; nn Mixiiw. J. M. MiltoHKiiTS, Sit., and more than mainttiincd with genial Jim Jot itwi lying on the counter of (ieorne T. Meltoberbi are visitim: thu hit- Cook hh malinger and host and as- Mr. W. H.Anderson's drug store. AdWHOM IT ter's sinter, MrH. Jones, in Mercer. sures for CiinJIierlaml Falls the most vertisements are somewhat like light'SinuE M. C. Pout man and wife are Bitceevdul season in it historv. ning, you can't tell where they are going Dicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking Valley Corn Sheller. pending a few days at "The Town Andto strike, but ymi may be sum they will Tim commencement uxercises of the House" of (ireen Itiinr Springs in Urnli Stanford Female College will begin with trike somewhere. Orchard. A Hi'M Womw. Mrs. Logan DawDun. Stkl'lk Haii.uy, secretary, and J the annual sermon to be preached at the m Presbyterian church next Sunday at 11 son, who is 7 t years old, has within the i. Carpenter aru the only Stanford a.m. On Wednesday night Miss How- - last year pieced - quilts and quilted 7. at the .'KM annual meeting of the Kentucky Medical Socity at Lex- ard's music class will give n concert and Women will readily seu the immensity Thursday night the graduating clavtcoin of the labor she has performed. In adington this week. Mil. C. It. r Cm it. who now has a po-- posed of Misses Clam Lie key, Jeannie dition to this, a representative of this pa- OnV e of the Cim innatl I nion Stock Yard Co , CINCINNATI, MAY 14. 1B91 lion in the .sprinlielil, Intl., machine Felaud, Mattie Rochester, Mayme Lynn, per knows it to be a fact that she has shops, is at home with a terribly burned Mary Vanoy and Annie lircen will read done more knitting and other useful and At meeting ol the Hoard of held this hand. A piece of red hot steel two their eMiys nnd receKo their diplomas. ornamental work than ordinary women day, the following resolution was unanimously adopted inches square flew on it and plowed a Friday night the young ladies will en accomplish in a life time. Shu is also tertain at the College. An admission of the best fisherman that ever threw a That on and after Monday, hole to the bone. Color cents will be charged to the concert. hook anil line in the Hanging Fork, and Tin: two sweet girl graduates of ChrisMay 18, 1891, there will be no tian College, Hustonville, Mioses Sue Uev. Hen Helm will preach the sermon. an abundance of testimony can be furOils; nished to that effect. charge made for yardage and Itector anil Delia (ioocli, accompanied by Iauksion. Mrs. Alice Clovd and Miss I.iccie I.ynn, were here Wednesday Omi'KK KiM.Kii. Wednesday eveuing weighing on any live stock sold have invitations printed to the enter- Misses Lydia and Hello Lewis were here to Officer Jou Sparks, of Richmond, attainment to Ik; given by the Hawthorne Wednesday to advertise an excursion to tempted to arrest Don Roberts at Lowell, at these yards. society Thursday night, June Ith. Thu Cincinnati on the t)th of June. A when Roberts ran. Sparks told him to lly order of the Hoard. otmneucewent will occur on the night special train will leave McKinney at 5 stop and shot at him. Then Cannon H o'clock that morning, returning at '.KM) WJ MPriNCOTI, President. o the -- nd. r. m., on which the round trip fare, in- Roberts, a brother of Don, came out of cluding admission to the Zoological Gar- house and shot at Sparks. About 12 CITY AND VICINITY. Sto do all kinds And JKWELRY in the city. A reliable Watch-Make- r den, will be but for grown persotiB shots were tired. Sparks empted both Ham. this evening. pistols, hitting Roberts on the and 2 for childien under 12. The same of his of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. knee. When they had shot out all their Ukkman millet seed for side at J. II. rate will be good for Morelund, Junction loads, Sparks went up to the store and City and Danville. The regular fare Foster's. Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, from McKinney to Cincinnati ami re- said: "He has killed me, hut hu would day and night. ..AT not have done it had the coward got New stock of umbrellas and faun just turn is f 7(H), so it will be seen 12 received. Severance iV Son. w rates are. The net proceeds from behind the tree." He died at ;l M. F. ELK1N & CO.'S, are to go to the Hael Green Mission Wednesday night. Sheriff Lawson and Tiik V. A. M. will entertain at thu School. Take the trip and help the posse from Ijincaster surrounded their Ky. College on the evening of June "tli. Iiouse yesterday afternoon about 1:30 8S good cause ir and arrested Roberts. Hu resisted again Takk your eggs to thu Cash Bargain W11.1. Set-- Mr. William Welsh tells us but Bhot gun was levALEXANDER'S HOTEL, store and get IL'J centH per doen. Joe S. that he has employed Miller brought him into t Owsley eled at him, which Jones. Sesenth and Market Streets, to bring suit against Dr. J. F. I'eytonand custody. We are indebted to Mr. J. (io to It. F. Itout's for ice cream every John S. Hughes for the $.",000 they bar- Adams for the foregoing particulars. Louisville, - - - Kentucky, in day ami every night, fresh ami pure, by gained and contracted to pay him for 20 WILL OI'EN MONDAY, MAR i. 1). Martin, of Row-anGot Lkkt. Mr T. acres of land for the purpose of building thu gallon or plate. is now probably trying to decide in HawnR sold out our entire interest in the hotel, water works thereon. He says that the lue moved to our old Cook's SiMti.stis, J. F. Cook, proprie- gentlemen refuse to comply with their his mind wliether it is butter to have on Jelferson estreet, we for years so successfully stand that occupied will open June MHli, with a ball and contract because they were acting for a loved and lost tlmn never to have loved on Sescnth and Market streets, ure now fittinj: it tor, up in elecant shape, new throughout and the outv.ay be S'O ad. banquet. company and not individually, but Mr. at all. Mr. Martin, who is 51 and who fit will in eseryPassenger elegant. Including cne 01 Hale's and llaccae Klesators has been a widower since January fell witli all Safity Welsh says that no water works comthclate improvements We Vint all ol combinations Wt have a few our old Iriends to come and see us in our old home. pany was in existence at the time of the very much in love with Mis Sallie We promise ou that our roams, table and erUe left, which we oiler very low to close purchase. The gentlemen seem to have Baugh, a blushing maiden of 22, who Khali be second to none in the land. My wife, Mrs. out. Severance iV. Son. Jo II. Alexander, wants to te remembered to all gone oil all around. They has been assisting in thu culinary de- our lady friends and she will be ;lad to see them n $2 per day Tin: haiihs and the post ollice will ob- were in such a hurry to close the con- partment of the Rowland Hotel. Old and Rive them IOlieartv reception Fare Manager 11. AI EXANDKK. 101 fools are the biggest fools and the old Decoration day, by tract with the town that they weie unserve willing to wait a minute ami by reason gentleman allowed his lovu for the fair putting op their shutters. LIME AND of their haste tiie town was knocked out miss to get the better of him and matti-mon- v 1'iik Hop Club of tliis place is in re- of thought. Getting was his only other chances to have secured the I will dtliwr I imeut 5 Cents a llushel In Lanceipt of an invitation to the Commence- works. A suit for damages ought to lie the consent of the apple of his eye he caster, Stanford and the neii'hlHirhood. I will also load nn cars at Crab .Orchard, Uncle ment Hop at Danville, June Sth. in favor of the town and we hope it will secured license to wed last night, but at . a hundred (iie me a dunce. present it looks favorable for Mr. Mar- Hi 75 Tiik music department of (iarrard be brought and pushed. HUD KKEl OIK. Crab Oulurd. tin to continue his single ciissedness. College will give their 7th musical enAx immense audience greeted the The young lady evidently didn't like tolIOusc-Kuilricr- s tertainment at the Opera House, Langiven by the pupils of Mrs. her bargain for beforu day yesterday caster, next Monday evening, under the J. F. Gover's school at Turnersville Krom now until the 10th of June, 1891, I wish to morning she took the train for parts undirection of Prof. Koester. building for receis e Wednesday night, and there is not one known, leaving as a remembrance n nolo plan canbids seen the the store of ufS rnII house. The be at Shanks, or who does not speak 111 complimentary for the sadder but wiser man. What ut my home near the Stanford A Crab Orchard Mil. A. A. Waiikfn BUll'ered a painful pike, thrae miles from Crab Orchard I'uo kinds The the note contained is not known but it nl bids wanted one the material to be furnished Hu was winding up terms of the laudable enterprise. accident Tuesday. b) couiraitors or In msself. I reserve the riL'ht to his peanut toaster when he got his baud recitations by the little ones were all is known that Mr. M. is a very Ladly rejet any or all bids A C NKWLANl) caught in the spring, which tore his good; the music by Squire Peyton's or plagued man. third and fourth lingers apart for nearly chestra was splendid, and the calesthen-i- c CARRIAGE MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. drill would have done honor to a well an inch. Hat lug; secured the sirs ices of a carregulated military company. Mrs. (Jo Miss Lula Mathias, a pretty white riage painter, am How prepared tu do all kinds of Owino to the sickness of the captain, ver had spent a good deal of time in pie- married at Paducah Monday to Repairing and Repainting the Louisville club, which had booked paring for the closing entertainment, girl, was Chinese. Charles Hong, a Or carriage iiud buggies. (ive mo a call will but she can rest assured that her for a couple of games labors There is talk of a marriage to taku WM DAUOHEKTY not boon luind, but will play our base- were well rewarded. Thu tableaux place not a thousand miles from this i ASTLKMAN 1. I.Wr.llAM ball team on some date in the near fu- were beautiful and reflected credit alike John place as soon as the commencumunt festure. to the participants and Mrs. Gover, tivities are through with. Guess who CitAit OituiAiti) Si'itiNtis will not open whose skilled hands had the arrange- it is. till July 1. Mist Annie Laughhn will ment of them. The strawberry supper Gov. Hovey, of Indiana, has refused was a feast sure enough, ami besides be in charge again, while that mbanu to honor Gov. Huckner's requisition for bride living at Rocks-porgeitlemau and coming statesman, D. It, that delicious berry, substantial and a to the wants of ices were served for the small sum of 25 Intl., whom her Kentucky father Kdmistou, will attend cents. A do.en or more couples from wants to send to prison for swearing that ollice. the guests in the town chartered Anderson Nunuelley's she was of manageable age. Bully for &e. Jilt. Kkuiikn Fi.oka left his blind big 'bus ami went out, and notwith- Hovey" mare, which is a very lino one, standing standing the jolting ride, express them 13 on Somerset street Tuesday, when alio selves as more than repaid for their trip. J3EE & C ASTLEM AN Gen. Longstreet is' very ill. started down the hill, going faster, till Mrs. Gover asks us to thank all thu paM. F. F.lkin & Co. bought of J. G. MA.VAOKKS, she got to the bridge, over which alio trons who so kindly contributed supper, Smith a lot of fat heifers at 2J. tumbled headforemost to the rocks be- and in connection, Mrs. A. I). Hoot and KlderJ. G. Livingstou will preach Commerce Building, Louisville. neath. Strange to say, she wan not Mrs. It. C. N'unnelley, who managed the at Sugar Grova, Sunday at I e. i. Agents throughout the South. seriously hurt, though the vihiclo was table and served the refreshments. Her At Columbia, Tenn, (ireen Walls, badly wrecked. The. turnpike authori thankn aru also heartily returned to the the negro murderer of John Fly a pros ties should Bee that a railing is placed hand and especially to the Misses King, tiHrosis farmer, was taken from thu jail W. A. TRIBBLE, Local Afffint, of Danville, who assisted in the music. ' ami lvnclieil. hTAN lOltl .KY. there to prevent such accidents. Ukmi miikii 11 Tiik Middleborough News says work Excursion to Cincinnati Zoological Garden the South Boston Iron works there has begun. Thu contracts for the gradON' ing ami for 0 cottages havo been let 1891. out. It is to be hoped that this will enliven things a littlu there. Ppll twin will Iffc McKlrincyat s t on W liiiiiiMfw k - naaMMMa Tuesday, June 9th, E('M,WflJ J iV'r'TMffl " " A "mutimitin I have ever tiKcd or heard S recommend it to all lIoill.'In:u., 5 Wchaic hundreds c wrh testimonial. Prlco.ai.SO per lioltlr. Ask yourdruirz i far It If ho of. It is the best preparation henrtlfy I ncnilus2je AV. II. HIMIV & CO., Btninor Whitehall, nilvi r f rtrlalfccr. K. V. feSiS&S&fflE; Fancy & Family Groceries. '1 ! - Mi-- m l.oui-jvillu- 1 1 cookts SFKiarGS PRICES I're.i'h-eiaville pit-au- AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. FAHHXS A HABrDIlT. open-ck- ma-n- .WALjIiTO WF.JL1U OPEN JUNE 111 !BS?5K5BHrHH J.B.FOSTER Ilui-li-nnn- Groceries and Hardware fi-- it NM n oe kit Studebaker Wagons, Oliver Chilled Plows, emu -- -- specie mTEREsrw B Shippers of Live Stock. McROBERTS, 1 s Dlr-c!nr- s DRUGGIST AND JEWEfcEH, Has the Newest and Latest Styles of Wall Paper, Every Shade and of Alahastine; The Best and Purest WhiteLead and Ready Mixed Paints and Neat's Carriage Paints; Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks Sil- Itk - CASH Paid For Hides and Far, how-chea- Stanford, 11 double-barrele- d JOE SEVERANCE, Jr., Dealer d, -- all-wo- Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons. - half-cocke- d BRICK. Notice PAINTING. rirt-J.is- s I full-blood- ed 1 H A M ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. BINDERS, HAY - RAKES, Kinder Twine, Maeliiiic Oil, sixteen-year-ol- d t, Insurance Company, All s Before buying. .L- -- (o .nBvn Semi-Week- ly aW Interior Jouric AT much trotiblo about it. In a largo school there may be puplla of n dozen uatiouuli tJVJ X'F.IZ YJCAK.iy VD'" .VNCK ties Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, French, German. Hebrew, Irish, wWhen not so paid S2.SO win e charccd.-Finnish, Rnssi.ui and each of these lias ila own national days, a we havo oura K. i.. LOCAL TIME CARD. on the Fourth of July and the Twcuty-secon- d An American boy of February Train naves Rowland at 7.00 a. in., returning of Inquiring mitul will naturally want to know what those national days are, aud L.&H. LOCAL TIME CARD. what they commemorate. 11 jo P Mail tram going North Supjwso we talce the Seventeenth of ' " 131pm South a May for an example, when all the Nor 13 Express train " South ... " " North wegian cniiureii iiko to 00 ansent nnu Local Freight North .W South JIT"1 Have a good time somewhere. This 13 The latter trains alto carry pas.enRer. tho national holiday of the Norwegian The above it calculated on standard t;me. Solar people. What happened on that day that time it about 30 minutes faster the Kople of Norway bhould hold it in such honor? D)r. A. S. A well informed Norwegian boy will W 1 Published Every Tuesday and Fr day nities to. leant history without taking A Norwegian Independence Disy. Some of our schoolboys have opportu- . J,7-r- PRICE, SUKREOy DENTIST, McRobertV . II. nfhce 'on Main street, over Drug Store, Stanford nnswerthatonMay 17. 181-1- . thopeoploof DR. W. B. PENffY, Dentist. South s.de Main street, in office recently vacated by Dr. L. V Huffman, Stanford, Ry. OfTice DK. L. B. COOK, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, KY. Hus-tonvi- llc Lve Middle sUsri. ( si a m SCc Capital Stock. lllsputril Will. l.ve I. inaction., ii 15 a m iS" "" T Arr Kichnsottd.. -IMS M I. M. HIU'CK, Two judges have decided ui favor of (iU" I.ve SUnfold Surplus 16,500 j tx, am the Tildon will and two judges havo deivn iUtt MiltMH Arr Lancaster i.vwv fiif.p. MlUi r??n, wjm.? Lve Kuhmond.. clared against it. The cas,o will soon be ;; Kj Vtiti MIIMtlll Lve Richmond. argued before tho New York court of Attention of the public is invited to the fait ft r t a It tS b Arr V.'iiKhesier sc a in I to P ti MORGAN, D. D. S. STANlntl k Stanford R. C. apiwals, which will finally decide wheth- that this is the onl National Hank Arr l'an. jj p "! r 5 1 I'rtder the provislottscf the National Hank cl er New York is to have the .f.1,000,000 depositors are secured not unlv by the capital SI'KCIAI M U 11 A- . CoMMKIiriAL t.ve l.iiui(on t fo P H yu DENTIST. library or whether Tildeu's great bequest slmk, but bv the stockholders liability lur an traveleii Horses ai..1 mulr o.v'ii and sold Lve Parts s 45 f raltqtMHh amount eipial tu the stiKk.su that deptititms of UnlyftMt-- t , hniiii IO f "! Office on Main street, opposite Portrain House, is to be nborbed by his nephews. ml 10 f. lin 11.... ' vrr Covtoeussi. this institution arc secured bv a fund of Stai.ooo p ml 10 i 40 p mllO 4 a i ( iipttalrs. Nitrous Oxide Oas given for painless Arr Cmrinnnii No man doubts that it was Mr. live sworn ttatemt'Qti of thnennditioti of the bank tv P 5s ear the United are made """"STANFORD. KENTUCKY. purpose and intention to found a ment and its assets toare einmincd States governat stated tune On theMarsvilIf Piauth. No 10. leaves Paris t great public library with his money. by government agent-- , thus securing nddilitonal 6 p srrlvlni; depositors. Co. Masvillc at im to, n,m,at ani ij.i su. m, m. No. ai He carefully executed a trust for that and perteit safety tonnipnsily established as the a n This institution, eaves ..isysviiie ai a m. arriving at Tarn at Jo purpose, and died in the belief that the DepoMt Hank of Stanford in 1I58, then 40, am. No. leaves Maysville at so and ol Stanford in wed bequest was so well guarded that his againas the National Hank Kirst National 105 and arrives at Paris at OP STANFORD, KY.. 10, p m. These trains ai ink of the daily escept Sunday A. Domestic Dealer In Foreign heirs could not have it set aside by any Stanlord in . has had pructically an uninterNo l.dally luall ptNnts eictitt i eirs It better qnibblo of tho law. And yet a purpose rupted esistenceof for trat)iailili isbusiness supplied Is now fully orsanued and ready for business with ion. which it daily escet Sunday Rowland Dm. A Somnambulist n Trestle. now with facilities prompt been deAVINES AND LIQUORS, George Wilson, fourteen years old, so plain and unmistakable haswho inter- I) aud liberally than ever before In its Ionic fidu- d Paid up Capital of - - 5200,000. No runvdail) Irons l.paingion tuCinrinnati No. runs daily honorable 1 arerr Accounts of corporation,, Nn s runs d.itly fnns all 4twm escept the living in Roc'port, had a narrow escape clared invalid by two judges, d ciaries, firms and individuals respectfully thvustesi, which it dwl escept Suuda, pret a law which is described as "the Surplus, . - - - 15,000. Kowlnnd daily No Semi & Ackcrman's and Milwaukee bottled from death at an early hour Tuesday turpi Sulidiv. perfection of common tense. " The Directory of this Hank is competed ol No t daily betsstsHt Cincinnati and l.etlncttit beer. tta East Jefferson street, bet. Hoyil and morning. The boy lives with his parents Steam bottled LOUISVILLE, KY No 41 Pant and LeiinKttm ArromntodMtoti da. l'reston, I'oster, of Stanford; It is this extremely technical interpre- T on a farm by the side of the river, about SUCCKS.SOK to Tit K LINCOLN NATIONAL ly beer, warranted to keep six months My goods l.tiw, U.iS(icitiMa m Airlvr Pari. V'erotus Ketd, Lincoln county ; HANK Ol' STANFOKD, will be found at the I'nrtnian House saloon antl 200 feet from the Nickel Plate trestle tation of the laws' provisions on tho part J W. Kayden. Stanford; isija( Falmouth AcosntondatoM ; leave Cincin166m Rowland No at Fcrrill llros'., S. II. lUuthmaH, I.imcoIm; bridge, the farm having a road way lead- of law judges that justifies tho presence (Nowclosinc up) with the same asaelsand under nati J 10 p m Arrives FaiMonth M.J. Miller, Ml Vernofl; 705pm daily tne same. mastaisHncnt. ing to tho bridge. The boy is subject to of lay judges on the bench of New Jernicept Simdav. S. T Harris Lincoln; Wy prsvistoos of Its chatter, utpositot tre as . ; .ve hnlnsonth 6 no a m. Arrives Cin J. S llocker Stanford; sleep walking Early Thursday morn- sey Among the lay judges of tho New fnlly I'rotected as aie depoaimrs in National cinnati (( dailv rsirnt Sundav IJ l.ncker, l.incnln-I- ' . .. Jersey court of appeals there would not Hanks, its shareholders bin held individually THE SHELTON HOUSE, ing ho got out of bed while in a somt vu. and nnshti oMneclkm. at I' Mill. Stanford. inibie to the estent ol the amoont of their stock potnts 00 I he N. N A M V K'y. f. Wiurhwtw for W. ;. WeJch, Stanford D. condition aud walked down bo two opinions regarding tho intentions therein at the par value ttscrestt, in addition to the No i carries W I'. Tate. Sunford cars Item Cincinnati to J. H UUEER, Proprietor, amount invested in such shares It may act at MhtdUsborosich inrosisrn stairs, pasted his parents' room, aud out of Mr. Tilden in tho testament ho exeCumberland Can and alii and OIKIt I.R'S executor ndmuuitraioc, trustee, Ac, ns folly ot termediaic teats., and runs djilv. cuted prior to his death They would on tho farm. - an individual W. L M UNat N. "I rav Ast , Cincinnati. unanimously tlecido in favor of tho will. J. S II - ker, I'rci.!..' nt, Cashier He came to the trestle work and startTn those who entrusted tbttr btilsincts to nt Ic'ut J Mi K rl S K KNOT-!- '. C. P. AFMOKK .. .x A A Mi kiiincv iu.ih " Cahicr wnii,. : m.ipiiit' in. i.incyiB a.ihbib .s..rr til And so. in fact, would our law judges, cr accommodations at reasonable rates. ed to walk across. Deputy Marshal w.:7-.i. vr nr ,,""ro' "r? ?u . :. niiltville. Opon day and night. Sample room and (jood liv. ry Stanton happened to bo at the other end ""l s, y it, Crftina' i.tnte. I Patter Kv who have on some notablo occasions it.i.i niry wit, c,tnn i. ,rw. wi Mohl t.en An in connection. of the bridge and saw a white figure, demonstrated that with them law is, in,. Hon tn sMote, our twtnty yoars etportonre in deed, the jwrfection of common sense. small iu ftuture. rapidly approaching. at aie cost- ankint aud as libsiral sittent with stMind banking He otepied side uutil tho boy had HOUSE, passed, and to onestarted to follow him. Newark Journal KtK sterols a: then Costly J J Willwtn., Jit. Ventots; Fearing that if he caught hold of him RILiEY Proprietor, F. B. . M Ha4l,SiMlor4i A case involving cents ho might be frightened into n fit of J S. OnVy,2toford; a man in loteuo to oe tine Kentucky. sickness, ho called him by name several ciauiieu ty London, Tllfi GIZK VT 110t II H JIEMEDY Kilt S J. rCmbry, oVnferd;: him from another Toledoan for cow fti-times until tho boy awoke. He stood I have moved to my new Hotel and am better Tt., J Ii Lytw, Staoforsl; has just bwn appealed from a justice's prepared than ever to accommodate the public. lor several minutes wondering where ho A. W. CarooWHT. Millrdfeville: Good Livery attached and every convenience dc ytnitinf was and almost fainted with fright. court iu that city to tho Lucas common J. K. Jtoaatrhtona, HiutonrUle; Give me a call. tired. ..D,v... iipv J. I'.Caah, Stamford . Stanton then walked up to him and the pleas. The plaintiff says he will lndj SALT RHEuMj ECZEMA WOUNDS, BURNS, Williaos Cooch, Stanford. Ky boy recognized him. The bridge is ins last dollar to collect tno mono S0RES' CR0UP BRONCHITIS, &c. S. II. Shook s, l'ta.sdtjw. nearly sixty feet in height and there is process oi law. and tile uelentlant 'Vvs Ojv PRICE UO CEMTS. J B. (latsitv.'.Csthiet nothing to walk on but ties. Cleveland ho will sacrifice every cent ho has in tho Rond f lireo twixciit statnia for freo Eamnlo fight to resist payment. The result will M Hruht, Itller Plain Dealer jtf"? probably bo that tho litigants will speiul box and book. J II Hiiuliiisn (in ial H. Keepe several hundreds. jHThajw thousands, of Proprietor P. W. GREEN, PrelilHtnric Vault. . -- !& ' Some rude masonry was disclosed to their own money and involve the county in the expenditure of a largo sum, all to view while cutting tho lot of D. A. gratify their jwrsonal ill feeling. There on North Jefferson btreet, Huntcharge 01 this I have recently taken ought to he a provision of law covering Hotel and intend keeping it at its present high ington, Intl., to n proper level. About Making direct rneitmns in Central Colon titABSOLUTELY PURE, standard. Special attention given to the traveling six teet below the natural surface of the such potty casfs, making the donjons pii for pxiblic. St. t out., Mi. hi. n l'oir.t.. (.hlcagu. earth a pile of stones was encountered of justices final. It is an outrage on tho FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH, Anita 11...... i'i..i...a First-Clas- s which seemed to havo been laid with a tn.payens to ix'rmit the appeal of Mich AND NURSERY PURPOSES. JK ludianaivli. at d the Wett, insignificant cases to a higher court, New F.liKlan.l, Cana.l.i. purpo-They formed an irregular TAPvOID CO., In connection. Alio Chicago, Til! hemispherical mass about G feet in diam- where valuable tuno is consumed by Vorlc, be IJ feet beneath were ttli'..iiin, Phiui lil.ihu. Ha'limore. For sate Pool and Billiard Parlors. eter aud layers high, flagging, which layer them that bhould nnddevoted to uioro in- Stanford hy A R. PcLny ami M, L time, Ir.t time lo II ,rr Mlvburc, Frinkfnrt. Ky matters, tho county is of each formed tu .nil, viki.IMA SMrt-arii. formed by a flagstone 0 inches thick, 6 volved iu a great expense simply to (J lukctt line to feet wido and 8 feet long. Below tho gratify the personal spite of obstiuato -- at TU.T s N mass of masonry and tho llagstoues was litigants. Sandusky Register. rsJJIiiW an empty vault. Tho stoues were of the Spontaneous lloinuit tu an Artist. limostono variety, and woro a kind that Solid Trains, Itaicgsst cars, tn nlin .,r ard A pretty scene took plwco on Tuesday coaches, Pullman H.in.T.-- r SUeuert thr. nh W)r is never found in this vicinity unle-- s out chang via Chaitan oga. Hitmiiiham, Mend T& A they have been brought here. What tho at the art exhibition of tan nukinc dirvi i lonnc. nuns en ion Knot. competition had been opened monville, Athe.il't, I Tiichlnirc and i mis in itic btmcture had been intended for is a ument to tho IIungHrians who for a for fought ARTIST, mystery, but it is thought to have been freedom iu 1818, and nine models nre at Mi kl, MMKM, Sl the work of tho mound builders. Cin- present being exhibited pending the decinnati Cominercial-Cruzetto- . Hisafirti i,i Pari, r l n. on Van trn t, t cision of tho jury. a fashion-nbln iti Purl in Mr e vn in i share o yo'ir At Cliatt .noog.i for Ailaiita, Cnlumkiu, Wi.mi'i 'r mi s.l"n nn t.i mtu'r ai.s'and crowd was discussing tho merits of uronin Knro VestuuMits fur tho Arrhlilnliop. Au(tistH, Macon, EX ,'f ul Vienti n ili. nil tihlrT n Sri ion, Charlrtit.ii, Clt) I'homatville u,lSavai si, KI.OlM i. ili c ..U- A tet of vestments nt the Cathedral the works, when a pietty young lady, ills llruni(L., Lake siv ie wnii iiciinrss DA tonus pit 'in 'I he ulv line running solid trains with chei. e that have attracted general attention following a htidden impulse, took a little w I'.u.iiiiin ft..int..ir or Palace hleeauni Cam tn a. k. from admirers of artistic embroidery bunch of violets lrom her dross and laid Minvi.lt isiilHiut clianc lor an) i .of bo were quito recently presented to Arch- - it on tho pedestal of ono of tho models. rror t i a S'ni an niumtr,', Huni.ville, lit at r, roso color, All the women present crowded louud. bishop Corngan. They aro V 1 ret e Mrini.rn an ltK A VhAS p in ts wZD and are worn only on two days of tho applauding her choice, and each iu turn l S iit"-- t ,m.1 nun tt Ann slon, Sc ru. CJ MACIC "'" was wearing on the laid tho flower u "l'ti Pn rt i niliritinni in.idc at Nl'.W DR. year, and aro permitted to cathedrals ti..S I hANs v.itl,nm f.nmitiu o ti.infer fur (ttlt e!.n and collegiato churches only throughout plaster model, which is tho work of a IF YOU WANT Ho il .is, Austin. young sculptor named Joseph ICouas, the world. They aro embroidered in fino TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. gold and artistic needlework. On the Whether he gains the prize or not he has The orly lltrou1 line t Jackson and Vufcilnirj, CHOLERA CURE! Miss Shrcvep rt La , n aklnc illrcit cvtmei Horn chasuble is the usu.il cross, and tho fig- certainly been distinguished iu n very AND A UAITY COOK. VK without omiii'uis transfer for Dallas Port Worth, ures on the cross and designs on tho delicate fashion. Cor. London News. Austin. San Antonia, Kl Pasn and polntsin iu silk of differfrontispiece aro worked C3CO . nils I'nrker, A roll teet. TEXAS, AniZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. ' ent colors, gold and silver on gold and Miss Minerva Parker, tho architect of bilk radiuur similar. This is a raro piece For thruuKli ralw correct county mapt nnd full MADE BY t information cnll on Agent at Junction (. ay, rtv of art, and the workmanship is unusually the Woman's Century club building, m j Philadelphia, and tho Isabella pavilion or address r It ANK W. Wt)OI I.LY, fino aud tasteful. New Vork Herald. LEXINGTON ROLLER MILLS Ab , Leaincton, Kv. ..ir.av of tho World's fair, is a slight, willowy i c. C. ItARVlt u I) U. KDWARDS, young woman vntti a xiinuoniin face, j (i. P. ,V T. A., ice Presiaent, COMPANY, Ilrouil Streut Sluy llecouie Lincoln. rt Cincinnati, O , Among the billd introduced into select from which tho dark hair is combed LEXINGTON, KY. council was one by Mr. Beasley to back smoothly, and beautiful dark eyes. Nothing in dross or demeanor would inchaugo the name of Market street to ... .IK YOU ARK GOII.'G o o Central avenue aud Broad street to Lin- dicate that she was an unusual woman ok coln avenue. Tho proposed cliauge, Mr. or knew so much more about Doric Beafiley said, was the idea of a number arches nnd Corinthian columns than 'J UK of business people along .Market, Chest- about fancy work and cako recipes. .awJC Exchange. nut and other leading streets, who thought thero should bo 6omo fitting A New LlRlitliouso lliiruer. monument to Lincoln in this city, nnd There was recently exhibited in Dub Tlinurinil8 of dollars worth of chickthat nothing could bo moro appropriate lin a new burner for lighthouse use, posIQUISVIUC HlwAtBAKTCHIU.0Rt'.flens are destroyed by Cholera every than to uame our most important thor- sessing twice tho illuminating power of year. It is more fatal to them than oughfare for him. As Market street tho largest burners now employed. It is .TO., LouimvuLc 4 Nashviuc R. R. all other tliseaerf combined. Itut tho divided the city into north and Bouth, it calculated that this new burner, in confi was suggested that it would be good for nection with r. specially devised Hj'stem delivery of n liquid remedy that Is the line for you, as its of lenses, will transmit a light equal to strangers to namo it Central avenue. dentniys tho Microbes hits been And about 8,000,000 candles, which far exPhiladelphia Record. made. Half of tho young chickens ceeds tho most powerful light at present ALL are killed by Microbes before they uro POINTS riftj-nliiMake close connections at Vcarit In One House. used. New York Times. bottle is enouglufor fryers. A ..And. Henry W. Miller has completed the 100 chickens. It is guaranteed. If, LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI In recent Russian trials to test tho year of continuous residonco NiDiiwjec-'WMis'ii'- o after using two thirds of a bottle, you in the house at tho comer of Pearl and adaptability of snow breastworks against For all points. aro not satisfied with it its a euro for THROUGH TICKKTS SOLI). Chestnut streets. lie moved into this an enemy's fire, it was found that a thick1IAGOAGK CIIKCKKD THROUGH. .j"-zz J'r-- 7 hotiso the first Tuesday iu May, 183a, ness of six feet was a perfect protection aw,-1- ' Cholera, return it to tho druggist froru and Pulll'ulltuan Vestibuliif Huflet Sleepera through to the locality at tho time being given np against bullets fired at 300 paces. Packing For any information emiulre of BufTet Chair Cars on all trams purchased it, and ho will whom you Itavintr removed mv Harder Shon to the Com man Chicago without change. to farms. The first coal burning furnace the snow and pouring water over it to merciat lintel, I am prbpared to accommodate la J. A. CARPENTER. Afent, Go via the Monon nd jet the Pest for tho least ever used in Massachusetts was in servmake a crust Of ice Was found tO keep dies as well as Kentlemen in anything they my refund your mouey. V. W. PKNN. Trav. Pus,. information address money. Kor , .,f ,l,tt l.!M,., rttu lt. w'h ,D " 'le' Children also wa.ted on. Call For i ale by W, II, McRoberts, druggist, Star uu..v ice at his bouse duriug the winter of hnlttiia w.t. ,...w.t t..u .utbuuvoQ ,..no um; rniae. Junction City, Ky. IAS. BARKER. G I A., Chicago. JKSSiK tiiumpson, I three feet and Twenty milc$ the Shortest to InComutcrciai Hotel. lord, V. C. CRUSH, D. 1'. A.. Louisville. I . Offlccover McRoberts' Drug Store Residence, James II. Owens property at the junction ot , and Danville pikes. ioo-6- m STANFORD. Norway "declared their independence." During tho Bonaparte wars an attempt was made to unite Norway and Sweden on terms that would havo been degrading to Norway, reducing her to tho rank of a subject province. Tho people rose against this threatened indignity, aud "declared their independence." It happened that the king of Sweden was Bernadotte, one of the Bonaparte marshals, a man ot much ability and borne real insight into the nature of things. Ho proposed to Norway a kind of union that she could accept without loss of telf respect; a union under one king, indeed, but also under 0110 constitution, each stato being soverign within itself, and each governing itself in all matters, local aud domestic. This constitution expressly declared that Norway should remain forever "free, independent, iudivisibloand inalienable.'-Tbunion was, in fact, an application of tho federal or homo rule principle This constitution was adopted Nov. 4, 1814, but tho dav celebrated and beloved by Norwegians is May 17, when they declared that they would not be joined to Sweden except in an equal and honorable union. Youth's Companion. 11 Floating rralrlra of Louisiana. A curious phenomenon is to bo witnessed at tho Ames' crovasso, and, in deed, is ono of tho causes of tho great damage it has done. Under any the water from this crovasso would overflow tho rich country lying between it and tho gulf of .Mexico, causing damage to the amount of several million dollars; but to the surprise of many, not content with running down stream and overilowing the country below, it has taken to running apparently up stream Some cunoMty was felt over this phenomenon, ami tho case on examination shows it to bo due to tho prairies s tho flouting or trembling prairies of southern Louifiana. All along the gulf coast the large border of land lloata on the surface of tho water. Tho land is made by fallen timber and grasses. It gradually accumulates dirt and becomes in the course of time sufficiently firm to support brushes and even trees, but the soil is only three inches or little less thick, and below it is the water, upon which it floats on account of its lightness. Occasionally pieces of trembliug prairio are detached and become floating islands. There are quite a number of these in Salvndor, theso lands, lloatiug from sido to side, being frequently carried at a rapid rato by tho breeze, trees acting asails to catch the wind, Tho current from tho Amescreva?Ve has carried theo floating islands down stream and torn a number of others from the trembling prairies. Cor.St. Louis circum-6tancetreln-blante- Bastin's Saw Mill. WEX have finished my new Saw Mill on the Somerset pike, 7 miles from Stanford and am prepared to furnish any kind of l.l'MKKR, SIIINC.LKS. I will sell the turn Arc , at I.OWKs I' PRICKS. bernt the mill or deliver, tn suit purchasers. Give me n trial Ptoirice, M A V W UOD, KY. I will deliver suvrrl ihestntit shmgUi at Stan ford or Itow land at aj t er M A I! HAS! IN 4 I LtM BOHX3JTG 1 a f fcssy wark in t am well prepared to bore wells and will da the a o.h1 manner and promptly At One Dollar a Foot. Call en or address me at SUnlurd, kIIIi POWDER Absolutely Puro A ram of tartar l.ik n all in leavening strcu.,1-ment Food Report " jtl I., r Kentucky. SMI III Farm For Sale. I desire to sell mv linn ol about t.p a, res, situ ateil a." ut t4 miles north of M.i'rlord i"i th Rush llraiuli iVr, p.i.ite ihr !.! i hur h I heri ar about so ai V it r ', t lie Salance of the farm well ct (..xM ilwellinf nmiti of four riKuns and kiitotn a.i a ii'nlid Slew him, is well wslerrd .til tented i' e.sion est he civen immediately. I r p.rtii ulir, se v J. P. II nicy, Stanford, or i - it c i.ni'rrsigned at Cin.mnnti, (hlo WIIIIKKS. 1 Kentucky Central R.R. "IUal'K c;UA.SS IJOl'I'K." ThoShortoMtantl Qulckout Kouto rr m Guntrnl Kentucky to nil potnto Nor h, Eat, Wont and South Worst. Fi Bt lalnobotwoen LoxliiKton and Ctnc c nutl. IRAIN-.CINCINNA- rs 111 1 TllKUK.lt K) MID powJcr Highest o Latest I S Guvtrn hisc-ik-s' mnmi: mi Lve I.ve Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr l.ve Arr l.ve Dl.kMIUKUlMiHamt JKI.I.IC. SCIIKDUI.K IN KITECT MAY No. I. South-Houn- io.iJi No i . Lot on Main Street in Stanford Contaimn S t T R W aires. U.TOV, Stanford Cures iiil, bruites, oiil surcs skin diseases, corns, bunions, piles, t'ulula, at.ratihes halter burns, dew poison ami bruits herever it has leen used it has given wnthlerfiil atKlctmn and it prorienit) for retnevin; orene is remarkable. Nnmerotts tcstiniMiiaN wilt be tesuredalid will appear in this space nt .1 Uler dwtc. Made and ld by J II IIIC.C.INS. st.nfcd.Ky. ao-i- No. 8 s I F.s. Sun. Dally l.ve Cincinnati .., 8 Lesinfton I.vel'arls Ciivitii;lefl.... 3 o Falmouth.... I'aris II . I io J FiRST NATIONAL BANK Twenty Ittiilcllu OF STANFORD, For Sal II J I IotH 'and Rowland. K. fVi In the corporate limits o K' p m Winchester.. i Richmond... P w ' Lancaster.... I1 HI in ilunford Richmond .. i js p m ... l.ltington .. 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