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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1891 sem1891060501 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XIX. The Courier-Journal, Interior Journal. STANFORD, KYM -- r Fft I DAY. J U NE 3. 1891. , NO. 27 the Constitution and , LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. the Public Printing. l.very editor or speaker who ...lv, , new Constitution attcmp t rate p'ubuii irusli the Uouriet Journals to t!it jungle of absurdities, by charging that the prospective loin of the public printing is tlio came of that paper's course. The attention of nil who have been foolish enough to believe the state inent Is respectfully called to the follow- ing The. impotent wrath of many of the friends of Jhencw Constitution has manifested itself in charging that theCotiricr-Journar- s opposition was born of a fear of losing the public printing. A few words on this charge ; a charge w Inch no intelligent man utters, ami no honest man believes. ; rheCourier-Jourualhasnoiuteresti- Cofl ,5mw n b Kd , home hkiim afur hav. n l the public printing, desires none, am would accept none. The printing eoimmnv which does the work is owned by foumr live gentlemen, only one of whom has any interest ui the Courier-Journa- l. The Courier Journal favors a i hnuge in the system, and if the new Constitution is beaten will support a bill to have it done bv contract. Oneot the few things we have found to approve in the new Constitution re-- , ,, . ates to the pub c limiting. i, was put ' there, not because . t belongs there, . it would embarrass the Courier-Journaand was voted for by many with a dishonest purpose of asserting that the long beof the Courier-Journa- l, wan due to that provision. fore developed, K.pilly dishonest aud equally harml, UVluunv duiiii: . vi. n.w it....p . . ' . . ,!... .1., Ft i., Hale surprised most of the by bringing in n bride, Miss Mollie Charles, of Pillion .switch. P. J. I.edford and M ittie were alio married on the '.'ml iust. J. N. Robinson lu moved his jewelry store icto the V C T. V. room opposite the .luukson Hone, and V. It. Catching is now teaniu dovv u the lioue he moved from preparatory to erecting his three story brick. An alarm of tire mused tiie citiens in the central portion of town to lly out like bees Tuesday evening, almost all armed with buckets. There was found ... i... ...i. . ......ii t.i ,.i.l ;. me win .i. lu "v biii.hi illll.tr . in . .i... , . . .. P nwitv. tutjlSIIIIII If At iliHAOVU vvi livery stable. Had it not been iliscov-er- e I sooner seiious conseiiieuces woulil certainly have resulted. Cause, a "coon and a cigarette." The grand Jury returned 11 indictments as follows. Celling liquor, 71, concealed weapons, 'Xi , liquor to minors, ft. gaming, 1:S; adultery. ft. breach of peace, 3. fcmbhath breaking, IT. trespass, 1, failing to work road, I disturbing worship, S.c , iruel treatment to a dog, , d sordcr - honse, ., assault and v s, tnal tcious shooting ami batterv, . wounding, . false swearing. I . petit larceny, 2; false pretences. 1, robbery, 1 . 1 murder cases. John Anderson and Jack Gover are breaking rock on our streets, the tirst I. No less is the charge that the opposition to the Constitution is due to corporate in- fluences It is due to an unpurchasable public opinion It is due to the Ignorance, selfishness manifest in every and bection of the new Constitution It is due to the favor shwn existing corporations and the obstacles to the formation of competitive organizations. It is due to the utterances in the convention of its ablest members. It is due totheendless litigation which the new Constitution makes inevitable. It is due to the fact that while reduc Srw. i.ini.i r..i.iMtni frnm Itin ks Mil U00 it ... . , .... io iiiu ...... ... ..i. .., an jeu ...t....in in. n.o, n...4....i of the househo d e lects and tural machinery of the fanners. double-dealing mentioned being charged with petit larceny aud the lattt-- w ith gambling. The tirst day they were on the streets, Monday, they would lit work, but Tuesday afternoon they put in time all right. John Anderson had stole an overcoat and liicked because lie was nut sentenced to the penitentiary instead of the streets, as he says he wanted to leain a trade. r Jerry MntillU, of Clay co came to , accom- panied by a daughter of Levi Aimer, I'reaching at the Itaptist church Sunday and .Sunday night. Miss Nora Philips has opened aauiu mer subscription school at Sugar Grove, K. H. Hr.in.iugh luuulit of various parties in the West Knd fit) head of - and ' H year old steers, at pru es ranging from :i to I'.J cents. Tnu loml freight ttains out of How-- j laud carry no passengers now, so Mr. J. A. New land, the companv's agent at this point, informs us. The youngsters of tliis pleasure-lovincommunity are talking of a picnic at the Hrowil Spring some time next week, We "shanttion" it It is 'Squire Hlankenship, 'Squire' Collier and Constable Mauee now, three dignitaries having been! ollicially sworn in Saturday. There has been no rain here to speak of since the first week in April, and the ground is as hot and dry as the gravel-bed- s Vegetation is of pandemonium. is besuffering greatly ami btock-watcoming scarce. The late Stuart M. Carson, who was killed at Hranford, Fin., had his life insured for jo.OOO , and Mason McGinnib, whose unfortunate deatii at Middles-borough, was the result of a railroad accident, held a policy in the Travelers' Accident Insurance Co. for 5'2,000. Tiie average "coon" has a mighty .f nn.r .....i. t......... VI .1,., viiui. l.lJ.iatt, J'VSSI iliv I,..,....'.. l",.f.liuli One writing tiiis week from the South to Mr. D. H. Kdtnistou for a situation as waiter at the springs this season starts out by saying "I denonce myself as a fus clas wavter," .tc. And we will bet too that he's "ges so." John Huehanan, Jr., of the Louisville Times, spent Sunday at Khnwood Mrs. W. M. with the o'Hryau aud Mis. W. 1$. Hurke.of Junction City, are the guests of their father, dipt. I. U. Pillion. "Aunt" Katie George, a very elderly lady, i in from Knoi county to visit Mrs. C. A. Redd, j i j THE WIIiLABD, LA 1 1. ALEXANDER'S ft 01 M , w A """, VT-- . S. . K I THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND IMPROVED. Rates $2.50 Per Way. Cor. -- Center and Green Streets, opposite LOU IS VILLIC, KV. W. R. LOCAN, A. W. Jones. J. J. Sullivan, J L. Marshall, JClerks Jefferson, Court-Hous- e, Manager. g j R H. PLEASANTS. Man CLOTHING. on Another Lincoln newly-electe- Bordering d Years. 90 er 1 ivillt.-jriiui- f ' O home-folk- Ioudoti .Saturday, od their way .- -r. The works of the South Florida Phosphate Compuiy at Liverpool, Fla in which Mr. J. W. James, of this place, is one of the heaviest stockholders, was (lest roved by fire last week, entailing a loss of i'.'O.OOO. No insurance. The company will nt once rebuild the plant and inciease its capacity, which at the time of the blaze was 100 tons per day. A fellow culling himself Houd and . u.iUKiilVi u iu .steve Jackson was worktug in the claiming to be a Farmers Alliance man, 1. I.. ,1.... ti .1,.. hil.i. .... nf Mi. flitif m uble shop of F. J IVrdee, Momi.iv, stoke to a slender audience here a few the indorsement ni tl.e cratic. party when a youug man named liee Mulhus nights ago, but he found nobody wil'iug ... oiimI in and ntole a watch from the to pay the initiation fee of 2." cents to . "uildue'ton growing conviction of Meve got out a become his proselyte. At lloldam's " s the support of the strongest members of P warrant of a. rest, followed arid found Mill, however, he made a better impies-Bioithe invention is perfunctory and half, organising an Alliance Club of nucu-e- ii earted. anil turttier to .1... iaci wiai, mm ' .iii.iiiium, iirrvsii'ii iiiiii him of having it. iice denied hiving it, seven member. fearing to develop internal opposition, ..... j.. ii- .. ... i ... . . . .. The report of Nipt. McCIary for """ w nernsia.u no ,..Motntioii renuiring the members to ' lv.il shows that there are in Lincoln showed where he had left it in n Hign the Constitution was oirered in the "" ,'ru;h l"-- - ll "'" J" county -' white school districts, with convention. enrolled pupils, '2,'2H of which are of ?'.'..0 ' JftiU Tliese elements of distrust grow in J,,,lf "& female; and l"colored bond was mmii to Jail to await the action male and 'J,'--' power daily Thev nre strengthened, f the Rrand jury in November, districts, with l..Vi7 pupils Last year ' not weakened, by the billingsgate utter-- j Oniir Smith, a former drummer for the whites numbered 4,502 aud the ed against men who dare oppose the blacks l,lt7 While the former con-- I , I'hildelphia clothing house, and edictsof the convention. The men tiugeut has decreased H the latter has with this new instrument know, known here, I notice will be taken from t'O. that it cloaks many evil designs and Louisville to Hart county, on a charge of increased , Tlint inanv sided, contains much special legislation for fa- - forgery. He claimed that his lirm had failed and he not knowing anything fearfully and - wonderfully- - constructed vorites. P.elieving its adoption would work about it, had continued to make notes genius, Hon. Fontaine F. Hobbitt, has endless mischief, imperii the best inter- - against them. The faits are that he hud been elected superintendent of the ests of the people, retard the growth of been here and other parts of Kastern ' Christian Sunday School here, and will, the tate, anil involve all of our atlairs Kentucky and condtnted himself in such we are told, appear Minday morning in m Inextricable confusion, a number of a way that when ho returned to this his sacerdotal vestment to officiate in gentlemen have asked for a conference place the tirm he was working for had that capacity. A new role is tins in-- i at Lexington. It will be held June 10. his trunks taken away from him. aud re- - deed for the honored Font.; and in it he n tvvithhtandlng the rac of the heathen, turned. He had some trouble over a seems to be inverting the general Older the world - 7 Itogus chqck a few veais ago, but upon 'of things, for nowaday Logans CreclandDix Ihver. u m wl nway wUhuUt irosWH. seldom sees a politician quitting the MJ11K muddy pool of politics to bathe in the l'res. Miller has ailded much to our Hon. He is a native of Lebanon, and of gravel. though A young man. is a tolerable slick Hdthesdan waters of religion. Saul is pike, by spreading a thick coat indeed among the prophets; and may Mr. Tom Moore, of the Camp Pick 01u', Mue, of Kockcistle, who killed his altar lie csiaoiisneu. tus triiie in.. . uuuiiisuii neighborhood, was ..,..!,, bl John Minki was .in attendance at our crease, and his wavs be ways of pleasfirst o tlie week. circuit court as a witness m the Ben antness ami all lu paths be paths of The Cave Hill Academy, Martin case. He succeeded in makiug peace' Selah. . beinu built u. Ceorge Logan, on the the acquamtanieof a vouugschool m . Lancaster pike, is approaching complu-- ' who was boarding here, and from wliom GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS. ti0-a promise of marriage. He obtained G. Gooch A Week's Board Free. K. E. Gaines bought of l"111 l,ra!W enouB" to ask her father for I propose to give a week's board aud at $7.50. Sam Puddernr several heifers nice fat hogs at ' uer blU t,,e f'l,tlar' a respectable citizen, all the benefits and pleasures to be de-eold to Mike Klkiu having learned his reputation, and that rived fiom a visit to my spri'igs to .,, ltg the --The K. C. lias added to the road a ho " uIread-- "arriet, gave him a fiat lady who sends me the greatest number will leave Rowland refusal aud took his daughter home. of words formed from the letters con(.. .inMr heanl of u aml threatened to have tained in the three words, Green Briar 12 o'clock on Tuesdays and Saturdays " at the girl or have blood, when the father Springs. Words must bearrauged alphafor Cincinnati Mrs. William l'eikina had some 10 had him arrested. He couldn't give betically aud numbered and sent in by the 1th of July, at which time the lucky or 13 of her friends to dine with her the j h00'1 aml bi'Wcd 80 hard that tl'e 1,im a "artl MrVane Lovelace. person'a name will be annouueed. Don't ether day, and tho guests report a pleas-- K'ive Vane took him to Ins room with him forget that Green Briar Springs opens ant time aud an excellent dinner. and not expecting an attempt to escape on Saturday, Jnue loth, with a grand C. M. SJpoonamore sold to I). X. of Morpheus, but picnic, to which everybody is iuvited. Pre wilt Tuesday 180 lambs at $4 perhead was soon in the arms probably thought he was in the arms of TheTown House will open on Monday, and engaged to Booth Thompson, of Garrard, his hogs, to be delivered first Mize. Upon awaking our friend, Vaue, the loth of June, aud there will he a found that Mize was gone with the grand ball and picnic at Greeu Briar on of July at 4 cents, ahadows of night. He will probably not ,... Saturday, July 4th. h. is. uea.iej nn.l sister, Mrs. . .. Mrs. :,, rar,;,.a ,..-. Bespect fully, W. C. Cheuault, have been visiting their D. G. SLAL'CiUTKK. father, Mr. Morgan Hudson, in Garrard. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Dr. Jesse Anion left last week to prac- -- T,ie marriage of Miss Klaine Good- The losses by tire iu the United tt.his nmfession in Belle county, prob- ale to Eastman, the Sioux Indian, who Stutes from January 1 to May 15 are conour correspond Middlesboro. ablv at was graduated from Dartmouth College servatively estimate!' as aggregating ent returned last week from a to Tavlowville, Shftlliyville, and the Boa ton University School of over 1,30,000,000, at which rate the loss visit Mr. Medicine, will take place June 15. Lawrenceburg and Harrodsburg. for for 1SD1, the calculation being based visJ. 0. Gilkerson, of Winchester, is Mr. Friends of Mrs. KllenSaundershave upon the mouthly figures of previous iting relatives here this week. John Gabbard spent last week with rel- received invitations from Mr. and Mrs. years, may bo expected to exceed f atives at Kingston, Madison county. Joe McJames, to her marriage at Cotley-villKansas, June 10, to Dr. Jesse Mr. Bright Herron, of Garrard, was here The' rebellion at Wednesday on business. Little Miss Huestus, of Columbia, 0., where they Hayti, has been suppressed unci 40 of the Bessie Yantis, of Garrard, is visiting her will make their home after the 20th. rebels have lost their heads. aunt, Mrs. J. A. Dudderar. r,"," n.v.iiw-t.in....i.- . Wt or some other point to get married. They sold a horse to Milas Manifer, who in turn sold it to It. M. Jackson, who also traded it to K. T. (.iaines, of Clark ' co. Wednesday, Mr. I.ei A liner came here in quest of his daughter and his norrt, w ''ich l'ie daughter had rode oil, Mr. Abnergnta writ of deliver and is now after his horse and wi Robert Harvey PleaeanK who picture heads tlusarticle, was horn in Ctooch-lancounty, Va Sept. 10, ISO.!, consequently he will soon be SS years of age. When he was four years old his parents moved to Kentucky and located at Crab Orchard, where they kept hotel three ears and then moved to a farm four miles west The youth of the subject of this sketch was spent on this farm, and was without especial event till his marriage to Miss Nancy Chandler, Feb. 24. 181. The result of this uuion wasseveu children, all of w'honiare still living. In lSo.8 his wife died, and during the following jear he wooed aud won Miss Amelia M. Abraham. They were married and raised two children, who are both living. .Mr. Pleasants' father, Kdward Pleasants, was born in and was married Oct.i). 17(H), to Miss Lucy Humber, the result of the union being six sons aud one daughter. since lst Mr. Pleasants has been a member of the Haptist church, and ha9 led an honest and upright life. His health is good and lie is aide to get around right lively, but in the very nature of things it can not be long before he is called to the reward of a well spent d 170-3- , FURNISHING GOODS :isr j e c :k w:e Stagg Ctv MEN'S AND LADIES SHOES TRUNKS & VALISES & MeRoberts. A. R. The Old Reliable Jeweler ill in the Lead, life. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE A case of COUNTY. ed ...... . ttt , v.f i, - "d w''' .- - j ' j 4,-4- s j fa-- well-mili- ar ' myriad-niinded- -- j ' I i i iJ.. ,,.,; " , '- --' 1 I v 8,'-'"'- l' 1 - I -- supposed small pox is at Pine Hill. Decoration day was observed here by the veterans and frieuds. Has the largest and The at Wabd, this county, will be discontinued after June 13th MOST COMPLETE STOCK A new coal company will ojieu a OF new coal field near Livingston during the summer. Consumption claimed another vicever shown in Stanford at prices tim in the persou of James M. as low as the lowest. aged .'Js, who passed awav Wednesday night. in the State, Remember that I have one of the best watch-maker- s The ladies of the Maretsburg church Don't have to gfve a lunch supper a few nights since who can do anything in Watch or Jewelry Repairing. and realised a nice little sum with which send jobs to the city. Engraving of all kinds beautifully done. Old tliey purchased a carpet for the building. gold and silver taken at market price. Your trade and work is solic- Mr. 0 W. Fagan, Pine Hill, has deA. R. PENNY. ted and I guarantee satisfaction. clared himself an independent lepublican candidate for the legislature agaiust J. .s. Jophn, the regular nominee. Theie is going to be a warm light- Within 0 few days the Pine Hill Coal Co. will have their tunnel cut thro the lull. They will then have the best drained and ventilated mine on Knox-vill- e "MODEL GROCERY" Division, requiring im pumps or fans for drainage or ventilation. Our village will likely pat on a more btisiness-hkair during tiie next few mouths. Land has been purchaned here for a lug lime kilu and brick yard pur-- , poses, .1 saw mill will be bet a short disCheese, tance North of tow and prospects for a dozen or more buildings going up iv the flfirim- - iin tmu iiilihttmi iir. llfitt.triiii. a new artesian well bhortly be begun in Lamps, Glass- - and Oueensware, Tin- - and Woodenware, Fruit Jars, White's addition. Jcily Glasses, &c. Mr. Wm. MUJuerry is on a business trip to Iowa. Mr. 1). T. Lamb, of Pine Hill has 10 living children. Mr. Kd J N. MENEFKE A. C SINK Heppeit, of Cincinnati, ami his brother William, of Washington, were here clur- iug the last week Mr. John Hunt, of Rowland, was here during the week. John is an enterprising boy aud has The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. fought his way against adverse circumHe has recently started a liv-- 1 stances. SASH, ery stable at Rowland and deserves sue-- LUMBER, BOORS, cess. Mr. J. B. Fish and wife are here from Pineville. Mr. B. P. Martin aud i BLINDS, wife, of Lily, are here. Mr. M. will lo- Verandah and Stairwork at city prices. cate at Rowland and enter the mercau-- 1 tile business. Mr. J. A. Stewart and' We carry a full stock of everything found in a wife are in from DeLand, Fla., to see his ' father who is seriously ill. B. F. Salvers CX-ASS died at Pine Hill aged GO. Judge G.' W. Examine our designs and specifications before letting your contract McClure was iu Frankfort during the SINE & MENEFEE, Stanford, Ky, or building. week. post-otlic- Penny e Walclies and Jewelry lute-hea- d, Go to 'A. A. WARREN'S Meats. e For Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Pickles, Preserves and Jams; 11 Dried .tipples, reaches and Prunes, Bice, Stanford Lumber Yard, LATH, SHINGLES, 1 FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING, WOVEN" WISE A1TD SLAT FEITOIL FIRST - LUMBER YARD. ..... - three-week- 's 0. e, Port-au-Princ- e, The Navy Department Tuesday opened the proposals for the building of ' the cruiser No. 13. The vessel, as designed, is to make knots an hour, a speed excelling that of any ship atloat. Having Removed My Stock The bid of Cramp it Sons, $2,5,000, was the lowest. Encampments will be held during the present Bummer of the three regiments of the Kentucky State Guard as follows: The First Regiment at Mammoth Cave, from 21st to 28th of June; the Third Itegiment at Mammoth Cave, or Back to my old stand on Depot Street, where rent is cheaper, I can other convenient point, during the lat- sell you goods Cheaper than ever before.- All kinds of produce taken ter part of July; the Second Kegiment exchange. at Frankfort during the last week in tn August, breaking camp on September 2. --- REMOVED. tions, Etc., - Groceries, Boots, Shoes, Queensware, No- N IB. IF. IROUO?. w - .-- o . Xj' i IA ..11. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal NEWSY NOTES. W. F WALTON. Stanford, Ky., Junb ). lS'Jl six: Governor. ... pag-bs- . State.John D EMOCRATICTICKET. . . oui j; l'.r n Of llciiil.rn'ii. I.tcut.(roverr4iT . Mitchell C Alford Of Hell. W. J. Ht'Hdnck Attorney (ieer.il. Ol Fleming. Auditor . ..I.ule C. Norman Of lhtohe. .H. S. Hale Treasmr,....... . Of Grats. ,.G. R wansu Rejtster Of Wolfe. .K. P. TImbpmi Supt. Instruction Of Owen. ...A. Adams Clerk. Court Appeals Of Harrboti. fe mm i(W 1 m At this writing Dr. Hill is resting a little easier, but is still a verv sick man. The county judge has advertised for bids for painting the court house and jail. Rice Hiatt, a colored man living in town, has been granted a pension at the rate of 5(5 per month. The graduating class of Garrard College will be entertained tliN Friday evening by Miss Stella Stout, on Lexington avenue. al colored Mon. Bureside, a ii iuna iMiiuu-rman, belter Known as iii. County. W. K. Varmiii paralysis and his rebeen stricken with Jmlje I) II. Kilmitoti covery is doubtful. Representative c; The strawberry supper given in the basement of the Presbyteran church, Tin: Louisville Times calls attention Tuesday night, was a very enjoyable afto the fact that Kentucky was admitted fair aud" made a neat little sum for the into the Union SKi years apo last Monday. church. Next year she will celebrate her centenEld. W. J. Howe, of Harrodsburg, t nial concurrently with the world's compreached the baccalaureate sermon to of the 400dth anniversary memoration Shoe we , cts. graduating class of Garrard College, of Columbus' discoveiy of the best part room by the peo- the The monument erected S: 3 church Sunday the Presbyterian of the earth, and if the double event in ple of Mississippi to the memory of at 5 2. worth. night. her history is to be accentuated as it Jellerson Davis and the soldiers of the II e Wednesday evening, as Mr. J. Bggs Last to be, this is a ood day to beciu South w s unvailed at Jackson Tues W.Johnston, who clerk's for W. R. Robthe work. The Filson Club has under- day, with imposing ceremonies. inson i: Bro., was closing up the store, taken the task of properly commemoratThe wife of Judge II. Brent at Paris one of the large plate glass in the front ing the anniversary of our Statehood, is dead after six months of suffering. It but the society is small in membership, will be remembered that the muscles of doors broke and a piece of the glass A. TRIIANSKV, struck Mr. Johnston in the eye. The and despite its learninc and enthusiasm, her legs contracted so suddenly with doctors think that he will not lose his Main Street,Stanford, Ky, .WANES AND (JAHRIKL. Mil rs.lr 4 ..- it can do but little without the hearty rheumatism as to break them both. P. S. iiur former manager. Mr. M. .iHnger, of I. nt'villi- In re to help sight, but it is exceedingly painful and of all the- people. ur gi, hi li it- r mi in will ! glad The only widow of a soldier in the to m v .til lit'- - trieinU he will be laid up for a week or two. from Kentucky is The Secretary of the Treasury rind- Revolutionary war One of the largest audiences ever ing that he will not be able to meet the Mis. Sallie Heart, and she lives at Bum- seen in I.ancaster asvmbled at the ure on account of late sowing and drv S!5 years of age. payment of theSol.OOO.OOO U per cent, side. Mrs. Heart is Christian church, Wednesday iimming, weather. She draws a pension of $11' a month. bonds, falling due Sept. 1, has given noto witness the closing exercises of GarThe Finest on Earth. A New York hotel, about to be tice that those wo wish to do so can take rard College. There were twelve gradThe CiiRimiati, Hamilton Pa) ton K K living rooms and j I'ullmjn't I'crlecicd Sfri in payment bonds bearing 1A per cent, built, will have '00 uates, viz: Misses Prudie Gordon, Bes- the enl line running ith Vcttibuled rjin, LJialr. Parlor. Slccuns rooms. It will be big enough to interest. It is estimated that the National bath sie Webb, Stella Stout, Bessie Marks-burv- , nnil Dimni! Cir crvit between Cincinnati, and Chicago and i the only line JJanks hold either for themselves or in take the head of the list of mammoth Annie Rovston, Fannie Gordon, through Redlining Ch.ur Lar bttvrra Cm-trust $;J3,000,000 of these bonds, and the American hotels and will cost a round Maggie Cochran, Nellie Johnston, Lula nnatl, Keokuk and hunncncld, III. ami Sleeping and the Ctr Cincinnati to In hvery ncpirtnunt. secretary is counting on them to come to :i,000,000. Batson, Knapp West, Messrs. James Only The body of E. M. Haskell, who had Rifle and Joe Robinson. They all did Httw ten Cincinnati, Direct Lino Toledo, Dewill no doubt do, his relief, which they !a)lon. Lima, Beceivcd, a. Well Stock, Kcgiont hoping to be favored in return. If been dead for 20 years, was exhumed at exceedingly well, and the essays were troit, the l.ake mc of theand Canada. the State ot 'Ihe road is oldcat III Minn , the other day, when unusually interesting. Northfield, Goods, Ohioand the cnl line entering Crrwinnati over j Cloth,, Grover Cleveland had been mtlei ol double t'rai V, and from itt mt record can president, the government would not it was found that his beard was '23 inches Miss Juliet I). Gill is visiting her more than aureitt patrom tpccil, comfort and Also nice line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Oxford Ties. have been put to these miserable make- long, although he was clean shaven aunt, Mrs. Dr. Elkin, in Atlanta. Sam afetvVet on tale e try here, anil ee that tkey Nice line of Worsted and Alpaca I'll. Coats and Vests, Men's and Hoys' I) . cither shifts to preserve its credit. The people when buried. came up to read C , II Aor Toledo. in or out of Cincinnati, Straw Hats, all fresh no old B. Harris, now of Indianapolif joods in stock. Harrogate Inn, at the new mounK. O McCOK.MICK. will know better next time. see his parents this week. Miss Bertie Highest market price paid for Cross Ties, Wool, Gemjsciig, FeathGeneral i'attenKcr and Tukct Agent. tain town of Harrogate, near Cumber-lau- d Newland, of Danville, is spending the ers, OCC. Occasionally Brer French Tipton asks Gap, one of the finest resort hotels week with Miss Hattie Marrs. J. Roe Bucklen's Arnica Salve in his aggravating kind of a way, "Who in the South, was burned to the ground Young, a Middlesborough capitalist, wan The heft laltc in the world for cuts bruitii, ore, ulceri, lalt rheum, feier orci, tetter, Wednesday. It was owned mostly by ever got that medal offered by the handi, chilblains, corns and all skin erup here a few days this week. Mrs. O. F. CrMMiNs. Salesman. J. tiont and pontiNely cures piles, or DO pay requir Crab Orchard, Kv. of Middlesboro for the best written Eastern and English capitalists. Tillett and Miss Lena Gordon have re- ed. it guaranteed to k!ie perfect satitlaclier. ediA jury in Webster county refused to article on the Magic City, after the or money retunded l'rice JJ cents per U, turned from n protracted visit to p0r ale by A K l'tnnv, Stanford, Ky. torial metting there labt September?" give a man any damages in a suit for AT Misa Batterton, of Danville, it did begin to look like the thing $5,000 for alienating the affections of his Well Now Try Thin Mrs. is visiting Miss Carrie Carrey. wife, although the defendant made no com )u nothing and will tuiely do you was a fake, but appearances are decepIt tLiz7ie Rice, of Boyle, has been spend-n- g good milyou hare a cOitKh, iol J or un J troiilJe iih if tive. Col. Thomas H. Arnold passed plea, because as they said, the husband New Discovthroat, Ilr a few days with Mrs. A. H. Rice. ery for chett or lungs CoughtKing's Coldt it guarand n Consumption, through to the I'aducah Press was benefited by getting rid of such a back McClintock and McShane, of anteed to Kite relief ur money fill be aid thing Misses bearing the medal, which is an wife in any way he could. Sutterers from I. a Grippe found it just the Your Double Shovel Plows j;et, Cynthiana, are the guests of Miss Lula and tinder itt ue had a speedy and perfect recot unusually handsome one, to deliver to A meeting to condemn mob law was er Try a sample (otlle at our expense and And the best Lubricating Oil yon can bet. Missllord.of Flemingsburg, is learn for jonrtelf jiisi ho Kootl a ll"HK It i Tn Mr. It. K. Morningstar, of the Bowling held at Columbia, Tenn., two lvnchings Batson. al bottle free at A K l'enny s iiug ttore. Large visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C. Frank. Catcs for your dear little pets; Green Democrat, to whom the award having taken place there recently. The sire 30 iciitt and i. had been made. law anil order men organized the meetThe latest styles in Toilet Sets. FARMLAND TRADE ITEMS. Specimen Cases ing, but the opposition controlled it. II Clifford. New Caltell, Wit at troubled The people of Kansas City know how at i with neuralgia and rheumatitm, lilt tlotnach unlil In a -1- ). X. letiitt The mass meeting practically expressed ctcd to all alarming disordered, hit liter to treat impostors. Scbweinfurth, the of lynch law un- liartV, -- 0 head good butcher Stllll" at !t degree, appetite fell away and lie na. mr.l.ly itself as being in favor duced in tleth nnd strength. Ihre U.ttles of Dutch Christ, who was there preaching der certain circumstances. Kleetric Hitters turttl him LClllO. and proselyting, was given '24 to get out of Kdward ShepherJ, Marnbtirg, III had a In Northern Kentucky a severe John Cash bought of West Knd par tore on liii leg ot eight year' "landing, t'ted of tar and feathers. town or take a coat !J to three buttles of Kleitru Hitters and set en botes storm extended from the Licking to the ties a lot of -' and year old cattle at 1'rleew. He appealed to the mayor for protection uf Hucklen't Arnua Salte and his leg is toiind Sandy. At Covington the C. and O. III cents. and ell John Speaker. Catawba Ohio, had and a police guard was given him but he said lie A wind and rain storm tore down five large liter toret on lilt leg. doctors I.Himl machine shop was partially destroyed, ......!. I. didn't tarry long with his escort. His and James 1). Watts was killed. At Beats and created great consternation at one Imx Itm klen'sfl... I., ttl. .rmca Salve mred him entire Heaven in Illiuois he tiuds is the safeht oiu at a K. fenny drug store. ly Falmouth, James Austin's 10 year old Latonia Wednesday. place for his miserable carcass. : months old, which A Jersey calf daughter wag crushed in the wreck of a Sam Jones closed a meeting at HousI e .. r In whose surname barti. Augubta and Ashland report weighs only 7J pounds, is a curiosity at ton, Texas, 1.000 convert joining the Hon. Tom Pettit, a foot tall di Herein churches. Fiudlay, O. It is less than Ir. Stuart, asuistai t would indicate his size and calibre if a t great damage by wind. Lexiugton lias organized a Press As but perfectly formed. to Sam Jonefc, alluded to W H. Bailey, WATCHES, was dropped, has accepted the People's CLICKS AM At Morris Bark, Tenny, winner of editor of the Herald, as a man of patty's nomination for the legislature in sociation. Col. Jno. O. Hodges was was defeated at a the Brookly Handicap, character, whereupon the broth Daviess. If any man ought to be true elected president; B. G. Bruce, 1:31 J, tay" Repairing neatly and prompt-lC. H. Bradley, secretary, mile aud a furlong by Tristan, in of the editor arou and called him a er to the demottacv, Pettit ought, for he for the distance. liar and a wild uprc ar followed. he was and Mrs. Eugenia Potts, treasurer. The a new record has drawn pap from it ever since done. The aggregate of wheat in stock in able to buck. But of such ingrates as he organization is in the nature of a Press Mllotj' Norvo and Liver Pills the Northwest is figured at All the 0 called third party is likely to be Club. A resolution was adopted invitthe liter Acton a ing the Kentucky Press Association to bushels, against i:!,4M,4.V bushels a ' stomach andnew I will take old gold or ilver in exchange lor goods. A new made. through the nertet. (Stanford, Ky.) boels bushels a year dtscotery Dr. Miles' Tills speedily cure Inliout week ago, and hold its next meeting at Lexington. neti, bad tatte, Urpnl liter, piles constipation ago. An old fellow died at Fraukfort, Ind., Smallest l'niHtialed for men, women, children HUBBLE. The Mineral City, Va., Pilot brh mildest, turett 50 dotet aj celitt. Samples Trie the other day, who bad lived in this tobacco at A. It Tettny's, M.mford beautiful land !H) years, and had never Dave Prewitt sold a lot of work cat- that six packages of taken a drink of intoxicants in his life, tle to Mart Smith at cents. Jas. raised by Mrs. Foster, of Louisa county, Tlte World' l.'alr. ts never used tobacco in any form, nor utThe rxrittiiniwii cuiseif lit lui rrrat sold some hay in the rick to Jos. sold in Bichmond at from ?20 to $7o pt r r:ircelv efjunlPtl bv Unit innlureil by Hie irreat tered a profane oath. His was a case of Grillin for 40 cents per hundred. Last cwt. r nt of Dr Mm tin .'' ur.'tm pure change of It being virtuous and happy, but according Thursday, a colored boy living with In an exciting race at Latonia, Tues- lifetpeeilil)duiinetsiirriotis ini!r.ituiii lie. id. fits, iiml ciiiiiut on u p.mi to the ideas of the world he didn't have Fount Ros, on S. Hubble's farm, was day, J. W. U nest's Dr. Nave won the bleeples.riet the lilues. ' nenrigU fMipitn tiou, liiontliiy tuiiit, Stioit A. In . of i much fun. Mu of Greens started to hoeiug corn, and has not been Merchants' Stake, beating the great Svnicn.e. N Y '1' bo't burg. Ind nnd A lllai'klnirii, "f Wootler Knott, the only contestant, in Geoiusk H. Dai.vs, lat of the Middles-bor- heard from since. It is thought that he Proctor lli.it Tiio NiTtniB eels lielier tlimi 0,rn we eier solil. and gives nintortal 11 miles. any thing News, has commenced the publica-o- f began on the longest row in the field. J:OMt distance treat neiv Dr 4tfurtioii U;ed For trie &s 2Yc Aftf FoR fHE JlWtfM been marketed up to the Isu on the N". rut Miles Heartilmslrateil bottle There have S. Dunbar has returned from Russell co., ami nut .mil the Cumberland Republican, making -. drug norand reports dry weather. Mrs. Mag 1st of June 8,:S!i,87o bales of the cotton free at a it the 1th paper published in the CjRE; HE APPLICATlOrl Mu XlutnU Her HturM. crop of 1S00. These figures beat all recRICHARnSotf-TAYiPRMEh- fo. The narrow i.'c!ii- of Mrs. II. M Soarlrs, ot city. Mr. Dains is an experienced news- Smith's baby died Sunday, and was what the cotton .States Kiklian. ml from n priMiiutiiro ili'nth it wonM paper man, with the kind cf politics that buried in the family graveyard Monday. ords and show derful Slto si.'itot that "for twenty years my B. F. Englemau is improving rapidly are capable of doing if let alone. The heart troubled me greatly I Iwcjine worse fctiit that section and he will no doubt Hail llutterlnir; splls, now. J. II. Rigney had a nice filly to cotton crop of 1SU0, in estimated num- coultl inotticrlnir on mv short wreathmucli feucceed. not leltslile hnil Pain get into wire fence and is terrible cut bers, repiesenta In BroflBt, shoulder ml ttom-iclAnkle . 1. id much heuduchu ami dlz7i!iest 10 export swellt-iJA: Kmbry shipped Those of the membets of the Ken- up. In trying to rescue his mare he Poor Treatment did mu no kihhI until I tried Dr, euro and Hestorutlve Nervtucky Press Association, who can atl'ord waded the river and is again on the sick cattle from here Friday that they had Miles' New ine. Tim tlrnt me. und I was soon to enjoy a week oil, ate mingling togeth- list. Bro. Gill preached us a good ser- sold to Lehman for So. IS per 100 lbs. Tlrtually curedbuttle bellied at A. It Tunny's i Tor sale I'aducah and enjoying the hospi- mon Wednesday night to a fair au- These cattle had been slopped at Berk-ele- in un siuru. a lino dock on ine ueaiit aaa er at Nehvjc free. tality of that enterprising city. Alas dience. Bro. Montgomery will preach distillery and averaged 1,'ioS pounds. Caton Stock Farm. and alack we are not of the number. at school house here Sunday night. The same firm sold to Lehman about tiOO Mr. A I.. Thomas, bup't of Caton Kami at Jol Hence thif lachrymation. were slopped at Curley's dis- let, , remarks: Next Saturday is school election for two head that "I enclovjjou amount for six Jessamine. Danville Advo- bottles of (Juinn's Ointment. Asa rule I ant con. feel an intere-s- t in the de- trustees in this district, and every one tillery, in Those who servative about saying anj thing but after one legal voter ought to come out cate. feat of the new Constitution are invited who is a reports the year's trial I must confess that It will do all jou Commissioner Wilson best material in vote for claim fur it." to meet in conference at Lexington next and cast his in order the -that wo may get condition of wheat in Kentucky at Ljl the district Wednesday. It is understood that capaand for the best teachers ami good decisions on and acreage compared with last year lOii. ble speakers w show up the evils of come before our peo- The average setting of tobacco compared many things that Castorla eumi Colic, Constipation, the new concern at every point in the ple for school purposes. Hubble & "CattorlaU so well adapted to children that Sour with contemplated acreage in eight subStomach, DUrrbtra, Eructation, When Baby was Ick, we gate her Castorla. I recommend it as superior to any prescription ' State. Kllla Worms, chca fclp, and promotes) ill. L'O per have their horse at Danville in divisions of the State, is only H. A. Arciikr, M. D .mown to me." rtwtlon. When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. Without injurious medication. 111 So. Oxford St., IlruoUyn, N, T, The people'u party has nominated a Owen's stable. Our worthy young man, cent., work having been retarded by an When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. Ta Ctxraoa Conriwr, 77 Murray Street, If. Y full State ticket in Iowa, but if it is no Joseph Robinson, graduates this term of unfavorable season ; rye has an acreage When she bail ChlldxtD, she cave llietu Cattorla. Garrard College, with high honors. of 100 and condition is UG; fruits cut more deserving; than the Kentucky they won't muster a corpoial's There is some talk of a public well be- short by late frost, but an abundance ing sunk in our town. May the good still left; ,oata may be regarded as a fail- guard. -'-well-know- . The Norwich lock manufactory is to be removed to Boanoke, Va., where the tariff on coal is not felt. At Lexington, Lee C. Jenkins was sentenced to death for the murder of Washington K.inisey last April. In a drunken row in Martin county, Sunday, Stewart McNeeley and Frank Hurley shot each other to death. The Wiggiutons were given life sentences at Mt Sterling, for poisoning Brack Watts and William Furguson. While attempting to board a moving train, B. T. Samuels, of Mt. Sterling, fell under the wheels and had his head cut oil. A cyclone passed over a narrow strip of the country adjacent to Watertown, of S. I)., resulting in the destruction crops, barns, etc. The highest point touched by gold during the war of the rebellion was '2$. The Argentine Republic has beaten thte and gone to DO. Hon. John Hancock, State Commissioner of common schools of Ohio, dropped dead in his ollice at the State cap tal, Monday morning. Twenty-twshots were exchanged between the sheriir and a cowboy near Gainesville, Texas, and when the smoke of battle cleared both were dead. Ada Townsend and Elmer Foster, of Gal. na, 111., whose love was opposed by the girl's parents, took strychnine, and were found dead together in the same o work go on. Wc are having fair rains in this locality, but in other portions of the county, where the people are not so good, they have been a little neglected and are dry. George Givens delivered his lambs, weighing So pounds, to Prew-it- t at ti cents, sold some time ago. G. P. Bright is sinking a well near his house. Eggs have advanced hero to 1'JJ cents per dozen. The colored people have a supper here Saturday night for the benefit of their school. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE OF THE SEASON ,ow ls the time to buy your summer goods. Bo not miss the opportunity. , n , Js determined to sell goods cheaper than anybody and therefore inaugura tes the greatest bargain sale for the wceli ever held in Stanford and vicinity. If you read the following prices, nou will be convinced that never before We are overstoched and we must, W( re such, goods sold at such low prices. and will make room if prices will do it. All Calicos, such as indigo blue, SimusonSs black, Jlanntton's, Ma, ncJi esters and, all other best brand's will be sold, at 6 cents per yard. La dies' Dress (Hoods will be sold at o cents per yd worth W cents; Plaid and Striped, J)rcss Goods, Jo cents, worth JO and all other Dress Goods will be sold from 2o to oO per cent, lower than, regular price. The finest and, best selected, stock of Ginghams will be sold, f'r7)in 7 cents upwards; Lawns ana, Lliutues from Jr cents upwards; Towels at, 7 vis. apiece; Turkey Bed. Table Linen ?7 cent a, yard; Black Corsets 2 7 cents; sp"-sibargains in Carpets, Hugs, Straw .Mu.tting and. Oil Cloths.' We also ot)er great reductions in, Mens, Boys and Children's Clothing, wlu.r.li. mill be sold at ,10 cents on, the dollar. Knee J'ants 20 cents; Children's Suits SJ,2r, Jlleji's suits j,-- 7 worth .$.1: Boy's Shirt I V'.s7.s- --v eents, worth, ij worth Black Sateen Shirts and JVecftwcar will be sold $-.j- The Louisville Store ' 1 Cheaper Than Others Can Buy Them .Is attraction in our es Department, offer Ladies Slippers worth CI. Ladies' Shoes worth Ladies' fine Den ola Shoes: C:.i5 J; $2, Men's Fine Calf Shoes CJ.2o worth buy at the higest market price. atlf THE LOUISVILLE - STORE Proprietor. - f 1. - tn-I- I 1'ti-- .V i 1 v run-liti- c OUR STUCK IS COMPLETE Assorted Ginghams, Teasel $c. Just of White citi-twi- chain-pe- d I. W. E. PERKINS, -- Flem-ingsbu- rg. ' I ASsoeia-ciatio- B. K. & W. H. I Wearai's Cifli-itltiat- . . . run-nin- g Refrigerators that never sweat, Water Coolers lined with charcoal jets. California Canned Goods at Reduced 15 111 H0BT. FENZEL, I tpies-tionabl- e JJWM vice-preside- ! y ' I principle-regulati- ng Work Warranted. Fine Watelies a Specialty. l.V-,JS,7- 07 ' sun-cure- d .' Rob-ius- on ent ilitji-riic- V 1 11111I . o s - ii FOR riff IGHTNING LI10L INIMENT OR MAN BEAST CAFE I &R PEEDYVgT CnK ?1 Mi-tj- 11 t 1 Mi-ar- t 's 111 tefcil'il.iM Infants Children. j.'- I 11 Eu-ban- eVva "o: 23HL. FAKM. AND GARDEN. 6UBJECTS ANCE A OF PRACTICAL TO AGRICULTURISTS. ItlH'U IMPORT- I'olillliK Invented l. j mi lllno runner mill ICe DcrrllxMl. tilth ,iirniirliiti lllim-- ' tuition, In Tlu Cntiiitrv Oeiilleiiiiin. Tlif irn-- here illtutrntiil U put to-- ' Kctlier entirely with bolt. Tk two "lO wide. II r 2 pimi plunk-thick mid II tetH Ion,': holt icl lav a tiht cross pieces on tht-ntl. bottom, bolt on (Wk" piece-- , at etu-2 jiwhes thick Fij?. li. Makf this thf width of ynur witon, to lit iwtween htauilanlt. Cut in notches for Maud nrds, or nail on blocks or triH. mi thai thu rtninic will not slip burkwunl .mil forward; thun wrrew or bolt m t.ich siilei u piece of iron about 10 Itichen Ion;? on' III" ooiioiu in i lie mere uiumiiw tur uie wheels, to rub against. miII, In '' " nt-I- j . im-lie- s ini-he- s f. reads tho paII nw to Load, Unload mill Kuril llnuli per) Fadder, a button manufacturer at The i:nalrtit Thin;; In thn World It Onfp Kuima .luat Him to Do It. mill Liilmr. Harmon vlll pay $230 to elTcry man with I.ent l'(icii There arc n great many things which For removing largo accuniulatiom of killed In u railway accident if ho voar seem very mysterious nnd difficult to brush from orchards Mid elsewhere tho six of doso buttons vat ho sell. Parent (a clothing dealer) Hat's accomplish till after a few.simple words depicted hero and recently bruih boat Then we wonder why (U'sjnlwil in Kurnl Now Yorker will lie goot. I make mo dat advertisement of explanation. right avny. I 6thanip my name on all we never discovered tho easy solution. found exceedingly convenient. mid I vlll offer S250 It seems strange that nn3ono who has TliiM boat in made of two ordinary t doso practiced drawing should not soon know plunks, played with the rur ends every dime a customer gets killed on a the easiest and most exact way to enlarge railroad If he rear my pants init six of iilKiut id nh t feet apart and the front ends u picture, but tho fact is many young nlxiut four feet. Tho hitter are fastened my buttons on. ''Subbime many get killed. It costs artists ilo not find out this littio secret, plank a f t nr together by a till after they have bothered themselves eighteen inches wide mid of tlm proper you- -" greatly and mourned over many unsuc"It cost me noddlngs. Doso buttons cessful efforts. length, Imbed to the curved jiortion. all fly oil vile do customer is running to Mini thete Hre threw 1hiiiiis of I by You we in the pretty outline picture one at tho rear, one at the catch dat train." flood News. a charming littio fellow of the "Littio front and one at the center, and raied Strlrtly Hiialnent. Lord 1'auntleroy" style. He is sitting to clear the ground alxut lv or eight Old (lent I understand, sir in fact, in a willow chair, with a cushion beinches Upon the- - nail a covering of I know that you and my daughter aro hind him, while he gazes intently outfit ltirh board, and with a hook clevis edging very rapidly toward matrimony. tlu window. Tho picture is three inches bolted to tho center ot tin plunk at the l'ennilesA Suitor It is true, sir, and, wide and five inches long. I have difiont end, by which the vehicle is to be although I am obliged to confess that It vided it into square Inches. Now if drawn, the tHxtt is completed. In load- will htivo to bo a case of love in a cot- you w ish to make a copy of this picture ing the brtnh commence at the rear end. tage. I hope twice as largo as the original, take a It can project if a little "Say no more. Lore in u cottage Is piece of paper of sufficient sire and draw pains are taken to bind it with that in tho true ideal of happiness. You have a panel six inches wide and ten inches lront, the loud Mug kept Homewhat in my consent " long, and then divide it into squares "Oh, thank you." the tdiapo of the bout. Tho easiest va measuring two inches each way. You "Providing you can show me the deed understand Immediately that as tho to fhKe of tin brush is to burn it it" drawn. Theio is no difiiculty in burn- for the cottage. (!ood day." Good original picture is divided into fifteen niud-bonpants-button- i, 1 ly A BRUSH BOAT. A Hfo OfTVr. Enterprising Hoy (who ENLARGING A PICTURE. A CELEBRATE!! COLORADO CASE. Ari'iilttal Hinging f thn Mllllnstiins After u Long f.vgnl lluttle. many women suffer from Every Month the Domer Chamber of Commerce recently when the jury in Mie celebrated Mlllington murder case brought In a verdict of not guilty The defend Hits were overwhelmed with congratulations, nnd a scene of the wildest excitement prevailed in the temporary court houso In . chers went up Scant Menstruation; they don't know who to confide In to get proper advice Don't confide In anybody but try Excetttve er I Bradfleld's Female Regulator a Specific for Book to PAINFUL, PROFUSE. SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR MENSTRUATION. vi "WOMAN" mailed free. 8RADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. Bold tif nil DriiKgUt. mmik '"alsSli! WW -- 3 TV, s - CASH P-- l Paid For Hides and Far. .AT FHAXK AM) DILl.ti: MIM.INT.TOV. ing green bni-- h if a good lire is started at llrst with any old rubbish or dry material. Unload comiKictly on the lire. News. A liiiinrt:wil Informal Inn. smart Galveston boy coining to New York on one of the Mallory steamers said to tho engineer on the boat: "You will get your discharge if J'ou ain't more careful." "What for. sonny'.'" "You forgot to wind up that clock; the hands huven't moved since wo left Galveston." replied the youth, pointing to thu steam gauge. Texas Sittings. squares, so your copy will have also fifteen squares, but those in the copy will be tw ice as wide and twice as long as those in the original. I already detect myself in an error. I spoke of making the picture "twice as large." The fact is the picture will bo four This demonstration was a mnrked con trast to that which took plate when Frank Millington, Mary .Millhiton, his wife, and Sarah Millington, his sister, a pretty younK girl of eighteen, were accused of poisoning William II. Avery, tho former husband of Mrs. Mlllington, and ono of the wealthiest citizens of Fort Collins Colo. Then a howling mob assaulted and threatened to Ijncli tfiein. Tho case was a remarkable one. In 1SS1 Frank Millington. then fresh from college, entered into partnership with W II Avery. .Mrs. Avery was the organist in ono of the chinches and a leader in Fort Collins social circles. Avery was a grim taciturn mau, absorlied iu business and much away from home, and Millington was thrown a great deal in tho society of Ills wifu. M. fs R ELK IX Stanford, & CO.'S, Ky. ,jr THE GIIEAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY TOR mm at xS I'SI'VTMNTlIt) IXJ.DIN(I HACK. fight pieces of pine, 'i by !i it idle. I) feet lung; put hole through each, 1C iuthesfrom end thai mi intend to m the Imx, and cut the ends mi as to fit I Now, for tin rack or m1o pieces. tkt caught cheating at cards," said apropos of the alTalr. "what becomes of him?" "There are only two things Ivo can Scud-dleberr- "If . OmIt 1 llililK a prominent man in England gets i.i-rt- Gordon-dimmin- g do," said Lord Noodleby; "commit .suicide or accept a consulship, somewhere in Asia." .ludge. At till' OpiTll. I against tho side of tho lmx; then boll them together, utnl they will form fotu crois piece (Fig. 21. Now take a stroiif: feetlong lKNird. alxuit by 10 inches, placed H feel having your cros jhih-cNpMrt. ImiH jour iMHtrds, one on the up ci wdgo of each row (an idiowu ill Fig It). Then you can fold it up, o opMi out when in iim. Now make otir Mandanl for the front (Fig. I) 7 feet long and II b 2 mi lies, and IhiH on the front end of the nick a piece of heavy iron in the tdrnpo nhown-ithe cut (Fig. ft), mi as tc uiHke two loops, and let tho end of tht Htandanl pa into the loops, and lxlt i "T r i" 1 1 1 h u f- - -- ? i i "c t IV W ! Fii3 end of this chain in attached aiiothet suflicientlv long to pas over tho load and the tire. Then the team is uncoupled from tbelMHit and hitched to the end of th chain, and the team gin's ahead, and with protier judgment the load is placed directly on the burning pile better than it could Iw done by hand, and in a ven sdiort time and in the b"t poiiblo condition for burning. On Mich a lioat can be placed nil ny team should draw, and mot tnan would be placed on a wagon, and the device being low, the load Is out of the way of standing trees. Mtid cm be much more convoniontly put on and taken oil". "nn-"lt Mm ltiu sit uovt. To do till before l itntlienclllg the load, place on mie side of the lnwit a stitl pole or rail, with a chain attached in tin center, and load on thin, and when the load is drawn to the tire, to the other a Hour fc-- t of bleed s is one cvix Tho qui-tfwhich very many Imttles nro fought purK)Mi simply to state the merits ol thoo which I have kept or of wludi i have jtersonal experience, without gung further into the Mibject. Much depend" naturally, on where tho fowls are to rifil kept. hae long, narrow ikmis. whub are not big enough to keep in grass, and an L'M'ATi:.vrr.i) roi.nixo hack. are therefore suitable for the fowls that Make tho .stnudard for the hind end ol lwar conthieinent well. My other yard-ar- o one piece, by 2 inchurt (Fig. (1). Bolt oi each tho sixth of an acre in extent a piece of iron, making one .smce for tin and sown to grass. For the young birds standard to pans into (Fig. 7). Bolt it there is an acre of gra-- . divided acnw 15oro threo holert in tho top of the roni the middle, and therefore not all ued at htandard for an iron roil to p..t your bind once. ingjiolo in; also, on tho top crow piece ot bretnl-- . keep and find The each end of the nick. Iwlt on a lieav) Mtccevsful are black and golden spangleil btr ip iron tho haio of loop or .square K ll.imburgs, winch aro not only beautiful they jhis birds, but incpunt layers. Tho only jmt fttandardfl through into the loops on the bottom cross piece drawback is that there eggs aro small and white, which color is a characteristic Altai aiiull.ic Urea. breeds. Fot Uivs often desert their hives in eatlj oftheggs of the table the Hamburg aro too small. fpring. Soniotunes this is caused bydio but have a flavor liko the game fowl, and hatisfaction with tho hive, soiiietunit sjmngltsl birds are, in fact, fiom want of fixxl, and often. doubtleMS the goldenpliea-ant- s. IkuIi to hok at and they are weak and ilissntHlod more like becaue d to eat. than ordinary fowls, As a i tile, good strong colonies, will food, beldom give troublt with any large bird, such as Dorking or ample Htoms of Hock, an excellent table bird is produced. in tins way. Leghorns, either white or brown, may to the prevention, Hoot in hit As also lo recommended as perpetual layers. "A II C of Ik-- Cultuie" nay,: "If you well, would not lo.so your bees by natural These stand confinement up, while the Hamburgs, if closely shut need more hw.irining, clip th( wings of all queens attention. My own golden Hamburgs us won lis they begin laying; then look bear very well, but no after them often and know what is goiuj: doubt, confinementLeghorns aro hotter for as v. rule, on in tho apiary every day during the small pens. hwanning m.'um)u. If you would not have Tho term "perpetual" lajers must be runaway swarms in tho spring, and taken with reservations. No fowls lay, while queens aro being fertilized, confine should bo encouraged your oxportuieiit.sto pecks of bees instead! or molting season; but, to lay, during tho roughly hpeak of pintH." ing. these breeds may bo said Professor Cook, in his "Uoekeeiier' to lay steadily, if pullets which always Guide," ayH: "tsoinetitnesswarma break begin at six months or earlier for nine l cluster and tako wing for their months of tho year. If hens, ivo homo lieforo the beekeeper has hived or ten these can't bo depended on for more than thorn. Throwing dirt among them will months. I have sometimes cause them to light agaiu. eightexcellent layers offound Andalusians large white eggs, also Throwing water among them in form ol are, besides, and fino spray will always do this. Foi and these a larger birds for tho table, though not btich purine Homo baud pump is desirgood table birds. Of tho sitable. Another iuioitant umj for n nearly as I will writo ting breeds another time. fountain pump in tho apiary is this: If swarm, when clustered, bo sprinkled a IMuntlui; I'otntnr. occasionally, it will remain clustered inIn his book "Tho New Potato Cultdefinitely. While most customs have a ure," Mr. Carman advises planting the reasonable basis, tho common ono oi seed pieces in depth according to tho horns and bells and beating of pans tc soil, whether inclining to clay or Kind, stop a swarm is a notablo exception. It from three inches to five inches. Tho does not tho least good." distances of tho hills or drills, and tho pieces in them, should bo regulated by Kipnrlnient In 1'iitutii Culture. Mr. Carman tells in his "Now Potato tho vigor and size of the varieties plantCulture" that his cxiwrienco has led him ed. Rank growing varieties, tho samo to answer all inquiries as o tho size of as tall growing corn, will not yield well seed pieces, "Uso largo sized pieces con-- 1 if planted too closely together. Experitnining two or three strong eyes." Tho! ments with placing tho fertilizer under advice- to usa whole seed ho considers and over the seed pieces givo results in s favor of the fertilizing over the pieces. very bad indeed. Mr. Carman s uiako it appear that to produce the In order to properly fumigato the poulpotato crop potash is required in larger o try houso put into burning sulphur a proportion than either nitrogen or acid, and that more is required pound of old tobacco leaves or a piece of for this crop than for either wheat or common resin twice as big as an egg and corn, notwithstanding that the lutter u close the house perfectly tight. Insects cannot live in this kind of atmosphere. fiuch a gross feeder. on 1 JU m tins Hrt-fiU- . 1 T I" A well known authority on jwultn write.: n u.. y n I 1 51 tion-oittin- g 1 e charming dear mamma a in the ballet. And in the pink tights on tho end seems real giddy Sho is llirting des- jicrateh with that young English swell .. in the left Imix DKSIOX 8IIOWI.VO HOW TO IXI.AROK A H- e- hv. that is Swaggers. Ho told riCTL'IIK. tne that he was alnmt to islope times as large. Hut you comprehend I with a ballet girl Life. meant twice as wide and twice as long. Mm li Worse llfll Having drawn the lines, notice in tho Haggles Don't beg there. Them original what parts of tho picture are folks is wuss nil' than we ure. w here the lines intersect. The upper Heery Hen- - They don't show it. righthand intersection is at the top of Haggles Oh. I know 'em. They're the nose where it joins the forehead; tryiti' to cut a dash on S'J, 100 a yoar and the next below is near the arm of tho five children to feed. Harper's Huzar. chair; the next at the child's knee, anil the lowest on his slipper. The intersecwhat mm: had in it. tions on the left are, the top ono near the corner of the cushion; the next near the upper edge of tho child's sash; tho next near the lower edge of his dress. Now remember that tho proportions must harmonize. The outline of the top of the head is almost across the middle of the square in which it is, a little below the middle; make it so on your sketch. Tho distance from tho buck of the head to the forehead takes in about two thirds of the width of the square. Tho hair hanging down behind reaches a little below the middle of the square, and directly opposite that square, toward the window, is the child's hand. Propi the child's eye to the lower outlino of of the his chin tnkes about square The lower edge of the sash is in the middle of the square horizontally, and the outline of his waist is in the "Got er toothache, Mary?" middle of It vertically. His shoulder "Yep." and the point under his arm divide tho "Have yer got er cavity in it?" "Nop. I got cotton in it." Golden square into three equal divisions. The right foot reaches the middle of the Days. lowest square, etc. Vtliir WoiikIi. 1 is not necessary to go into further "Gwacious." cried Cholly, suddenly, A landscape, or of a at dinner, "there aro thirteen people at details. can be enlargedany kind samo in the picture, table." "Oh, no. Mr. Hudd," whispered his way. Kate Kauflman, in Farm and Fireside. fair couipunion, "only twelve people and vou." Life. TESTED HOME REMEDIES. She looks How to-nig- grand-mamip- '..7Z( l to-nig- ht -- In May, 1S90, Avery was taken suddenly ill, and died a few weeks afterward. Just SALT RHEUM, ECZEMA, WOUNDS, BURNS, before his slcknes Milliniiton left the SORES, CROUP, BRONCHITIS, &c. state, but he returned to Denver shortly after Avery's death, and ho and Mrs. Avery PRICE DO CENTS. weru married secretly at Hastings, Neb Send tlirco two-cestamps for freo samples Wheiitliugosisof Fort Collins heard of bos uml book. tho wedding t hey were wild. It was learned that during Miliiugton's absence Mrs. Av try had corresponded with him through Ids sister Snrih, or"I)iille." as she was called Averj's Ixxly was exhumed, but no trace of poison could be found. Hut ABSOLUTELY PURE, Fort Collins was not satisfied. The viscera were ng.iin dug up, uud the presence of a FOR MEDICINAL, TOILET, BATH,! small quantity of arsenic discovered Then AND NURSERY PURPOSES. Millington and his w ifu and sister were as cased of poisoning Aery, atid they were TAR-0I- D CO., Chicago, arrested and almost mobbed by the popu For sale by A. R. Penny and M, L Ikurne, The trial disclosed the fact that Mrs Stanford Millington was a much abused woman that her hush mil was cold and cruel; that she full iu love with Millington. but that their relations were pure, and she was con templiitiug a divorce when Avery died There was noevaletico of crime. The traces of arsenic iu the iscera undoubtedly came from the embalming fluid. Then there was a revulsion of popular feeling, and thn l V acquittal of the defendants was lie sigual for an uproai ions display of delight. TARDSOAP iS if Ifi) Us Wi one-thir- d "tl'lv strungo Stories About I'lrils and Delists. Here is a collection of some of the latest and possibly true yarns afloat about the birds ot the air, tho beasts of the field, and snakes also The original publishers of tiio various items here condensed vouch for their accuracy, and so, if there are any sins of exaggeration, they must rest on their shoulders Guilford, Md , Is the home of a natural curiosity a duck with four feet. It swims with three mid Uses the other forn rudder. William Williams, who resides near Mud Turtle lake. Ga.. "has a pointer dog and i large brown tat. They go out hunting to gether Tho dog points the birds and at tracts their attention, while thu cat, with n Hank movement in the rear, never falls to secure a bird They never banquet tin til they have seen ret four birds, wheucuch of them dines on two birds apiece." A pair of "curious Sauioau cattle" were exhibited at Kansas City, Mo., a few days ago They are exceedingly small, thu male weighing only about 150 pounds, while the 1 The BEST FLOUR is the CREAM FLOUR made by the Lexington Roller Mills Co., Lexington, Ky. For sale by all Grocers. Don't fail to use Cream Flour if you want good Bread and a happy Cook. first-cla- ss 1 I'nr A Near Higuell, in Miller county, Mo., a man returning from a prolonged visit to the corner groceiy was chased by two snakes thd other ilay Hcsajs one of the leptiles was twelve feet loug and as thick as a stovepipe. A Cass county fanner brought eight live are fully developed antl have .ery large heads and lung hoi ns. These little cattle are only about two nnd a half feet iu height, and are of a reddish motiso color uiniked with white. female weighed tiliuut 2.V) pounds Uotli For Sals 86 H ! Twenty Building: Lots In the cori orate limits o Rowland. J. DARST, Rowland. OLD KY. ROUTE IIIUiTi-ut- . non-sittin- g (.'ro-se- o revivalist in tho course of an animated exhortation exclaimed: "Ah, but Heaven Is viy home:" hist then a voice in the rear of the hall .shouted "I thought you lived in Chicago:" .Judge. Thrj All Do That. Mrs. Hrook- - My husband keeps account of every drink he takes. you sure? Mrs. Hanks--Ar- e Mrs. Hrook Oh, yes; tho dear fellow saj's he never gets one that ho doesn't put it down' -- Puck. No Kluil nt it 1VI1ot. declare, I think there's no Julia spirit in Harry. Ho offered to kiss nio last night, but didn't. 1 I Julia .Just lh'canse Huston Herald. Ethel Why not? I told him to stop. non-sittin- g prot-iiect-- non-sitte- Ho Win Tired of It. "Young man, what tune is that you've been whistlin' all the mornin".'" "That? That's an air from 'Lucia.'" "Well, don't you think a ehange of nir Is sometimes beneficial?" Harper's Hazar. A C'rurl Anvvr. s' Maud -- Oh, I'm Invited to the Way-upball; but I don't know what in the world to wear. What would you wear if you had my complexion? Millicent A thick veil. Hoston Courier. A Houil live-ce- Ilr.laoll. ten-cent shine isn't Customer Your one. as good as your know it, sir; that's the Hootblack reason I chargo more. They injiue my reputation. Puck. 1 Sniltlitra Knew. Ah, whut a change ono little woman can make in a nam's life. Mr. Sinithers Exactly; and what u heap of change sho requires while doMiss Wilklns - exjieri-ment- ing it. J ury- - phos-phori- Her Hubby lie cuu't; it would be polygamy. Life In the MliUt or the Fight. Mrs. S. They say a man never marries his llrst love. of flour, bound on a severe cut, will often stop the bleeding. Foil cankered throat, sore mouth, etc, use borax and honey; drink sage or slippery elm tea. Cooi, the blood by drinking cold water in which a little pure cream of tartar has been dissolved. A.vvom: who has been scalded by steam should bo taken to a warm room and the parts drenched by cold water. A tka made of ripe or dry whortleberries, and drank in place of water, is claimed to be a speedy cure for many forms of scrofulous troubles. Limh water is good for chilblains. Use it both strong and hot. A saturated solution of alum in water, used hot, is ulso very efficacious. For. simple hoarseness, take a fresh egg, beat it and thicken with pulverized sugar. Eat freely of it, and tho hoarseness will soon be greatly relieved. Axyonk enn add strength and weight to his body by rubbing well with olive oil after a warm bath. Oil baths are particularly beneficial to delicate children. A I'Kiisox whose nose, ears, hands or feet have been frozen, should bo taken into a cold room, and the afflicted member rubbed with snow, iced water and wet cloths. Thosk who suffer from a sensitive skin, subject to frequent irritation and roughness, should never wash lu hard water. Hoiled water will often provo of benefit to delicate complexions. Good Housekeeping. I'liiMlntr Without Kesri. One-hacupful of rice, one quurt of milk, ono cupful of cocoanut, one of salt, four tablcspoonfuls of sugar, and any flavoring liked (vanilla sugar nnd a littio cinnamon vanilla and very little rose water, or lemon or orange rind and vanilla). Wash tho rice in several waters; place iu a baking-dish with the salt, suprar, flavoring, and one quart of milk. Mix thoroughly, and allow tho rice to swell grudually on the back of the range for two or three hours; add the cocoanut and bako in a slow oven for an hour longer, stirring occasionally A 11 VMHTt. wobos to the county clerk at Plattsmouth, Newport News .V Mississippi Valley Co., "E. D. Solid VvsiibUiu Trains to Neb., and demanded tho bounty, but the oilicial refused to pay until the animals Philadelphia were slam and their scalps taken. If hisowu story of thoairatristrue, Israel Baltimore, New York, Itobar, a veteran hunter of D.iuforth, Me had a wild ride recently. Ho attempted to All points East and Southeast. Only one night out trom Lexington. kill a lingo bear with a knife, and was car Corrected lime Card m Effect Ma 18, i8ot. uo miles on the animal's back before ried tin it expired from loss of blood. P'aMt Hound. A quail flow straight through a heavy l'ast Mail leaves Lexington ' daily at 7 j? am, glass window iu the Hannibal (Mo.) pist Winchesters 21. Ml ii ,' .O'lw hi ' v 12 8, a.rUin It was tnowng witn Ashland u 15 pm, C.itlett-huoffice the other day at Huntington u.50 pni such velocity that it uiudu a hole iu 6 t? ilail) at I.imilcl Express leaxes er littio larger than its body. Thu pm, Winchester 7 00. Mt l.eui:tunJo, Olive Mill 7 bird was found lying dead on the floor In 003, Ashland 1030. Catietnuiirn 1043, arriving at Iluntingtun at ti 07 pm side. Accommodation, dailv, pxcert Sunday, lemes Washington, M-r- 1 r; tin-glas- s has for Lexington at r-Una 5 4? P'. tt '" !,,er 7 ,0t Mt. 7 it, nrrtin at fllne Mill at 10 pm. except SuDdy, leai' Accommodation, daily Heceutly Dr. scure stomach ulIiuetiL Wells gave him an emetic, which disclosed tVxliiKtonatii4o.nl Winchester laHill pm, Ml 6 4; am Stettin; 1 05 pm I'aily leave Oltse that "a frog had been thu cause of the Ashland 8 5 .mi, Citlett-l90,1, arrives lluut-ingttrouble." oajam. D three jears sulTereil from Iuis Whltconib, of lyton, n painful hut ob 0 -te- on lf salt-spoonf- ul for Olive Hill 4 am Mt. Sterling 6 t$, Winchester of twenty-on- e S 05 am. immoral purposes. 7 is and arrives nt Lexington atHuntington at Aciontrodatlon daily leaves The evidence pm, Catlettvburg 657, Ashland 7 in and arrives 6 35 at Ver- Olive Hill S 5? pm. Except Sunday leaves Mt. showed that Sterling at 10 pm, inchester t 55 and arrives at exney had gieat perience in this Lexington at a 45 pm vicious business, Limited Vestibuled Express runs daily and taa uud worked iu Pullman Vestihuled lluftet Sletpcrs between Lou with isville. Lexington, Washington. New York and conjunction a notorious worn Old Point Comfort. This tram Is made part of the celebrated an In Paris. Ow- V. CAITA1N E. it. vnisXEV. ing to the promt Huntington on the C. & O. Route. case caused a East or Mail 1 nenco of tho prisoner the Fast rains run daily except Sunday be. profound sensation in Great Hrltain. tween Lexington and Huntington. Make direct posiconnection at Huntington with C. .V O. ; at Ash Verney, who seemed to feel his at Winchester with K C. R S. tion keenly when brought to the bar of land wiih and V. K ; bound, anil at Lexington vun R. north guilty of a conspiracy to L, & N, L Ssouth C , X. O. A-- T. P. Railroads. justice, pleaded and Lexington aud Olive Hill Accommodation daily procure, Instead of actually procuring the tho record- except Sunday. Connects at Winchester Lto Vand girl. In pronouncing sentence N. C points and at Lexingtor. with er said he had come to the conclusion that from K. Louisville. R. R. for Lexingtou and Mt Sterling Accommodation, was not thu only procuration case in this direct con. except Sunday, and which the captain had lieeu implicated, and runs daily Winchester to and makes MlddlcslxM. nectlon at therefore he could not lean townrd tho side ouifh and Richmond, and at Lexington with L. S. of mercy so much as he might have done Ky for Louisville had it lieen an isolated affair. Captnln For full Information in regard to rates, route. Verney served with distinction iu the royal Ac , apply to any agent of thn or connecting lines navy during tho Criincau war. Hesldes Vl E. II UNTI KGTO.V, C L. UROWX, O. P. A , 'jelug a member of the house of commons, V P.andO M. .. Lexington. Ky, he was deputy lieutenant and justice of V h HARRISOX. C W. U.VRXEV the poaco for Anglesey, and member of the 1 P. A., Ashland, Ky (, M , LexiugtJD.Ky council for the Hrixtou division. Loudon 1 Dlisnun of u ItrltUb I.uu mutter. Fast Mail leaves Huntington dally at 600 am, Captain Kdinond Hope Verney, me.iiber Catlettsburzo ?5t Ashland 6 37, Olive Hill 3 20. Mt of parliament for rsorth uuckiugliamslure, Steilinc i7. Winchester it 05 and arrives lev was seutenced to a year's Imprisonment ingtal i'jP" Limited tprcis leaves Hun'inston daily it i 10, Ashland 150, Olive Hill the other day for pm, Callettbr Mt.Meillug 3 procuring n young atc 5,exinKtcm at 5 4 .Pi WinchesUr4 jS and arrives I pm girl under thu age Accommodation,30 dally exrept Sunday, leaves 1 AV-.- r Jloimil. Pi V I F. F. WiWIO '"'"i" esss Ei KTP aw fi n' jpi - - 4 ' "Yes . . yes , . I paid that." Unconsciously he pressed his hands Dr. A. S. PRICE, FXtEZZXTXH, "And you Med, then, to kill your- together, and still stared with keen SUKOKOV DENTIST ardor into those colorless features. A EClf?" Olfice Jon Main Urett, over W. II McKobcrli' "To kill myself!" she echoed, with a strange impulse, full of passion that Dealer in urtign A Domestic Ilrni: Store. Stanford. bewildered while it beset him, now fired shiver. "Oh, no! And yet . . Tell mo!" off, with wistful eagerness of VJ JPER YKAU.1X polAC'.IXCK ' fixed his gaze upon thentdusky andWhat- his veins. "Tohelove a dead woman! she broke gaze. "Do you knoic that I I WINES AND LIQUORS, mein and How horrible!" swiftly reflected. hand. ,. surface cIomj . . ,;,i o Rr " .rv ... r .. ........ k. Mjimi ik u....,Uw Then he tried to laugh, and his sought to take my own life?" ,io 11' .1.1 .. jircMfiiuy nittnii Muiuu mo Semi & AikrimV an. Milwaukee tmtttnl eyes While her lcdy be that of man or woman? Had laughter died nwav with a forlorn fall. replied with darkutmostdevoured him he Wr. yi I at Jelfer I strrel, liet Klol ami tenderness: "I I'reiton, I.OllSVII the impossible passion, he It was Junk 5 1S01 ho done wrong in requesting Clyde not himself;an was indeed no passion attold don't know it, but I surmise it. When I'fcr, WAtr;ntel lo keep , KY Slcamlxittlnl Stanford, Kv., nunthj My k.hxW it all. to come? Might not the utter solitude will lie fou ml at the l' rim an Home viUmn mid Fascinated, bewildered, almost ignorant they brought you here a little while ago at Firnll Mr' , K lnn I ' .,n i which he had proposed to himself ns a , told me that you had lieen seen us sort of tribute due to the immense seri- of the act committed, he leaned down they sprang into the river that some one progress of science. IT Ul AKK l.tlllH, ousness of his father's attempt, prove nnd pressed his lips against the woman's you you .md the effort to sterner than his endurance could meet? frigid eheek, while at the sal v time made paused, there.savelie shrank from Tin: dam rornoises are said to boln lie (for some reason which slept among tho i their young in their efforts to breathe Just bejond the chamber in which ho mystic wells of human feeling) he drew pronouncing the word "failed." It apnow sat were two others belonging to by bearing them up to the surface of Till peared to him that she saw how ho o lur the water on their flippers. Tho hnmclf. His landlady, a kind though closer toward graspthroat the attire dis- shrank, nnd hence he was wholly ,f a few moments placed by his spiracle, or blowhole, nppears to be n rather stupid persoh, had been made for the helpless manner in sensitive part of tho head, for when aw are of the strange, dumb guest that ago. The reverie which now possessed which she now shook her head, feebly touched with the hand the porpoise in- would arrive at midnight, or a little Gerald was pregnant with pain. He faltering: variably shows signs of great discom- later; but she had 11K0 been led to be- could not "I don't remember. It's all a a varemember where he had seen lieve that perhaps purposes of anatomfort by lashing tho tail very violently. seek to lovely face before, but that he had cancy, a nothitiirnes, when this Ax interesting and useful application ic dissection were alone tho cause of so seen it before was certain to him. That recollect." Louisville a. NasMvmr. n. R. odd an event. The other lodgers in tho of electricity hns recently appeared in Gerald leaned toward her with great he had distinctly eared for it was also a device attached to a. steering compass house were quiet folk who would most certain, though his brain ljadnot grown compassion in his looks. Is tte la e f r i, i, 4iti for giving an alarm when a vessel is off probably be fast asleep in their beds by "You recall your name, surely, do you the whole . fen I i her course. When tho circuit is com- the timeso, restlesseerie thing occurred. Double Daily Trains not?" And yet placid, Gerald II ii pit re to the I pleted n bell is rung which warns tho it I my art er ahoi inmiHlate om "My n,Mn. my name?" sho answered, M ik lo e inline ti ,p jt . waited. Through his open window tho m.rm M iic an) i.i i Jifil lo !! steersman or the captain that the ship's voices bowitur her head. She let it stay thus ill uiwi us .iit.riteii in an) tiling they inv of the great darkened city stole, direction has been changed. for quite aw idle, then, lifting it, she LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI oihinm inc I In. nun aimI tfneil iij l II Kvery separate noise, from mi IrSSK HflMrbO.V burst into tours. "No, no." she cried; It has been concluded that with a a passing carriage to the farthe rattle of InCi innicr ul ll boom of a I' r all i'oml. balloon 330 feet long, with n maximum steamboat on one of "1 can't even temember my name. I the rivers clad riiKtlL't.Ii TICKITS SMMi. I I onh know that I'm here--thdiameter of 55 feet, a speed of 25 to SO itself with audible language. In the HAOl.Al.i. (JllhCKUl) IHUOK.lt miles can be attained. At tho same next room there was a large clock, wan't happy andI had horrible fancies. THE RILEY HOUSE, for any information rnuttlre of mean. Oh, it seems A long time ago, time it is thought that the problem of whose tickings had never troubled him J A t .K1'I Nll.lt. Aeelil, P. U RILKY, Proprietor, flight is morn likely to be solved by like ages and ages ago!" Or sunf.nl, Ky. Hut to SVi Aeni W. W tfVN 1 She fell backwards in the chair and means of an icroplano than with the till now. as it now they seemed two London, - - - Kontucky. were, between vacillate, J. in n t tj, Ky balloon. her sobs, deep though not tumultuous, I have moved In my ne Hotel and am spoken sentences "what a fool" and Iwclitv r fr i le Miortcit 10 schisco-phon- c broke the stillness. er t o ominodaii1 ll.e r letter 'ttaid than attachr anient) ioi.m nit public, FuitTiiEn experience with the "wait and see." Finally, though an- ce load l.ir Then, a few seconds later, sonu thing has proved that it is not reliable uoyed at his own weakness, Gerald (me it a m'1, elce broke it as well. Gerald started IKANK RII.KV. 77 afor the detection of flaws in castings rose, went into that adjo'ining room, up. Crawford Clyde hail quietly entered and forgings, the purpose for which it and stopped the eloek. the room. was designed, and for which so much Hut he looked at its luinds before he Gerald went with him ns much apart was claimed a few months ago. :THE SHELTON HOUSE, did so. How tho time dragged! There! as possible. They spoke in quick The result of tho efforts made to pre- were still two good hours for him to i whispers. serve piling by a process of creosoting wait. J. H UKEKK. Proprietor. "Clyde, t lytic, it has succeeded!" iis very satisfactory, and shows that tho CONSUMPTION KoNvlaml, - - Kentucky. "No, Gerald, you're not in earnest?" CHAl'TUK VII. SCOTT'S SCROFULA Tvood is kept in as good a state as when "no. r UK vnimni'M.it, JIK SAID. "Then I've never lieen." twelve, and It was nearly half-pas- t put in tho water. first nmmoJAiin" at rttr "My God, man! And rhe " ns to Gerald BRONCHITIS Opt ti l ty!.. mdjcni(ht S !! rrmrrtMiialle litry got to anxious and ood In Franco hard water has been sue-- 1 glimpse had his own be so in a glass that a so completely clouded been let him bet in c t t.r ti n "They brought her in dead rigid. amorously of face made lieve he had ever COUCH3 cessfully mc4lo r.oft by means of clcc- -' She was seen to nttecipt suicide; they him start CCLDS trolysls, tha method used being com- - house wasannoyedly at its pallor. The thrilled by it till now. a And yet now could not save her; they were too late. reverence, a CURES very still, and so was the there entered his soul Wasting Eisoasca paratively inexpensive. on the Kast side happened off near commonplace a despair which dizied and It In Gcrman3's public schools stutter- Second avenue, a little westward of its yearning, him. He wildlv told himself off one of the wharves there. To look distracted Wondorftil Flosh P'oducor. M"STEHS ing boys arc over twice as numerous as raw ugliness. For a good that never in the whole history of human ttt her was to see death In her face. Many have giiiidl or.e i.uutui stuttering girls. I W QUEEN, Proprietor while he had not h"ard a single vehielo experience had man thus been placed Then I applied the elixir. It literally "'O Modern humanity has larger heads pass. The curtains were drawn at Ins He loved this dead creature devotedly summoned back her soul. There sjle Is per clnv lv Spoil m r....i.l'icin is not fi Foerot Wid shorter legs than tho ancients. I.00I; how piU'ously she's crywindows; all was ready. Suddenly a or was it morelj' that he could have now. It c tho li:mil:it- as of heavy wheels rang upon loved her if ho and she could have ing. Her mind is yet wrapped in hazes, romciU clamor UTILIZING THE VAVES. ' landscapes at earliest morn. III',' pldpl lln.fi tf tllO HpJpllOH- - Hot? nu ii jt nt prrwr.i I his ears. He started up. The noiso known one nnotnec in life? Yes, it likevune l.(t. I've pliitis nntl pure Nor.vey.nn ('oil JJIlt. ,rit N e iii it nt rt fci n to lilt tricii Hewentdown-6tair- s must be that assuredly it was that and She's beautiful, very lHuutiftil. - censed just athisdoor. A Remarkable Invention ISrrrtitly I'ntwith a fleet step; the descent was nothing else! In sin h a little while she never sen u wnmiut'8 face that so fas- Liver Oil. tin pof.'iiey of both ntiil liy it Virginian. would be sioilcl and tarnished by tho cinated inc." Tho chief sources of tho power by a slight one. l)(il!f lhij'tlv inn .I'd. It IB IIKOll First-Clas- s Sample Kooiti Clyde had grown pale. He glanced Dr. Cbyde had managed matters with one hideous fate of all llcsh. Would ho which tho work of tho world is done Llio worbl. by ins u.i e o o nro its coal, its running streams and perfect tact. The two men who pres- go on loving her thtu "Ah, yes," his keenly at the form of tho woman, PALATABLE AS MILK. ently bore something into Gerald's spirit seemed to respond, "for her mem- seated some distance away. She had the winds of heaven. The ocean tides Pool and Billiard 'Parlors. ceased t weep, but her faee was full have alo vast power, but it is practi- front room and laid it on the long ory w ill abide with you always!" Si'til hi) itH ivff;;M.i. woe. With the dark lie still gaed down at the beauteous, of of no avail in human industries. wooden stretch of tho table, deported cally .BCOTT L OOWfJE, Chomlnta. H.Y. Wavo power, which is in fact water themselves as if the brilliant young hueless face. Anguish tilled his heart, volumes of her raiment undulating from ' and slow, heavy tears dropped from his her Imsotn to the tloor, she looked power created bj' wind, Is another form doctor were near them to murmur his fif fclMJa'SsPRa'RBliBhls jjSCT eyes. I he lass he had given her had like a Magdalen painted by some of energy of prodigious extent, but placid and apt eommand When they had gone, and Gerald not repelled him. but it had seemed to artist of raiv gift. thus far, with trilling exceptions, its !a'ii&Myitii l&S&Hft.- "Whatever it all means," Clyde now capabilities have gono to waste, being stood alone beside the prostrate and teach him, through the agency of an inilWISUill atwiltaa'lCH.UtaSlie, e yjmfrtz llr'jy?liitN")(i' beyond tho control and direction of shrouded form left with him. a keen tense pathos, how futile death had made said, "she inn .t be hided at once." Ho TO i3 evident, however, that to a abrupt fear began to ice his blood. He this new, fierce emotion. "There she put his hand on Gerald's shoulder. man. It certain degree the powor exerted, both clinched his hands, threw back his lies," he reflected, "a mockery of all the "You're knocked over by this affair," by the tide nnd tho waves, in thoir al- head, and for a moment put forth in- love I had in my nature to bestow on he went on. "Leave every thing to me. Then ho mortal woman. My ideal that is just There." and he forced his interlocutor ternate rising and falling, can bo as it tense effort at And wcro caught and stored up by tho em- went toward a small cabinet and drew she, frozen, stirless, Irresponsive." And into a near beat. "Kent yourself a little." M.I. ployment of comparatively simple from it a decanter of brandy, pouring now the thought that he had ever seen Gerald obeyed him, and it now seemed I'olMS M"UMt:tz'n i mechanism; and such attempts have himself a large draught, which ho her before forsook him and did not re- to the young man's own mind that he And .. . . was on the verge of swooning away. drank almost at a single gulp. It was turn. lecn made at various times with a fair Suddenly, with almost a bound toward The room appeared to fill with a w hitish the first stitnulaat he had tasted measure, of success. ITO-IXTinstantly the shelf on which it stood, he remem- mist. Through it he presently saw the A recent device of this character is that day, and lb almost nun. liquid. For dull, fnttish. genteel visage of his landbered the flask of white shown in tho accompanying cut, in tranquillized The light frNn tho chandelier just many initiates he had wholly forgotten lady. Was thete eier such a stupid face, Tivhich the method of operation is so l'ullwan VrMihwInl ItuAet Mcepr Mid I' man Hullrl Chair Cr vn all lia.n. through manifest that only a brief explanation nbov the covered figure poured forth it, and there is no exaggeration in here he thought, as that of this poor Mrs. ' I hlfaf ii with, nt li.i gt. 12. It. FARMER, will bo required. A frame supported searching beams. He slowly drew aside chronicling that ho recalled it with a Hrawne? Clyde spoke with her, did he f t ihr Go via the M turn r! jrl il e mom j h r mfiiri Hi n J.I. r the drapery that obscured the face of desperate tremor of delight. The ready not? Yes: some of the words came to K ( h V means of applying it waited for his Gerald's ears like those ghosts of words the corpse. l" I' VkKl TOXSOUJAL ARTIST, kfi U i. l Kl Ml. Il r I ,l e "Good God!" he said, louder than ho hand to seize. lie knew from his we call echos. His friend was talking KkNIlCKY, knew, and recoiled a little, letting the father's instructions precisely how to aljout h'. Were lie and Mrs. lirnwno Karhcr lli wlr oi cloth which ho held fall sideways along use the tin hi tlrst bv pouring a certnin taking her away? Well, at leat.they fKOUft fir i in ' it f 'nur, 11 ho'. on Mainirrf,jroul frit ti 1 ltW Pi ' amount down the throat of the dead were leading her from the room, sup- pat rm ik t ' an edge of tho slub-liktable. i .'e iin imi Lu 1 1 !! ,.iirnti .. t SrliVU " t 8 t a nnnimt : mnn acrlim Ho had thought that perhaps it might erson. second by subeut'ineously inject- porting her lietween them. dM tl II be a womun, but he hud not dreamed it ing an amount yet smaller, lieforc anTherewith, Gerald yielded to the lan- I....I. would be a woman so fair as this one. other five minutes had passed ho hud guor whkh overcome him. He dimly Her face looked as if it had boen cut done all that he dared to do. realized that it was caused by frMW-lDeath from a great glossless pearl. n The world Hood still with him while after the strain he hail endured. He ova iskorpi had laid its cold finger with no rude he watched. He was no longer in tho had no idea how long a time passed betouch on those folded eyelids, that met least agitated: ho simply felt himself fore Clyde again stood near him. the chill cheek with their black, under the spell of a mighty suspense, "She's all rk'ht for the present, my fringes in two delicate little his new passion begot in him a now boy. That landlady of yours is nry by pihn and hinged so as to swing Her hair whs summons freely up and down has journaled in it ares. whence she still moist from tho hope. Would sho wako at tho longed to aecommixlating, end I don't think she llitn piiiitur ri'moit.y ni'ur rui!i to Intensely an elliptical float (7. This float is river a brief while had been dragged of the drug? He with the increase Gf has inUdlicenee enough to fed In the efivftii i'li curt since. One heavy have her do so, and leabtseandaliz.ed by Hut Gerald! Look Dyspepsia, Constipation, Cick connected bv means of the cable Jill, but yearning came a diminution of doubt. here, now; what's tho matter? Why, passing over a nullcy with mechanism Headache, Biliousness Soon a fierce joy shot through every you're in a cold sweat! You'n ill." In the tower P a weighted plunger fiber of his frame. She moved, ever so "I I w as,-- ' returned Gerald, tryiff l And nil nrlhJ:i- from a being operated upon in the case here faintly, her lip. betrayed tho shghtosl smile. shown by which the power expended Torpid Liveranii Bad Digestion. of tremor-- , and yet one which there was He felt t lyde's Angers nt his pulse. In the lifting and dropping of the float TIki nuliiriil rciult In igtnui Hiipolllo M iVin( ilirtH onue. tiotv in Central Union Ue no mistaking. Then she sighed, heav- "You must have a stimulant; I think is stored up. Th device employed in nil ntiltil I lltxo miiitill t lcu'lil it for ily, painfull. ; at tho sound n great comIjr kuar t'ouieu uiiu cui- - lo huuIIim, , the tower for receiving and accumulatSt l.ouii, Michigan l'&int, Chlr.i(A, passion tot k hold of his heart-strinSOLD EVEEYWHERE. Kullalo, Clevelanil. Di'tiuit, ing the power exerted on the float, or liiilUnapolii anil tht Weit, and wrung them till he feared that he for applying it nt once to useful worlc, New Kiitfland, Canada, might cry aloud. Hut his mouth remay evidently bo varied as circumNew Vork, llostou. mained firmly locked, and in u minute stances may direct. Either tho raising I'liilailelt hia, Waihilijliin, llaltimore. more he perceived that her features of a weight, tho coiling of a spring or to llarrolUurj;, lraiil.fi.rt, Ky (JuicLett time were twitching as if some inward tortKkIuijoiiU, Mltt.lN'IA 8hirient aixl pump, w ill serve tho the operating of a ure rucked her. When, with extreme VulcLctt line i purpose intended, the essential princiabruptness, her eyes unclosed, they -c- hickenple here embodied of tho utilization of i darted forth wild, affrighted lusters. "the force of the tides and waves being lDlWLEAKfe5, Consciousness had come to her, and applicable to any suitable mechanism herwith it strong alarm. Sho raised Solnl Trann, li.iKKaKi can, ttnoLiii car and in the tower. Mechanical News ciuclu'ii, I'tillmaii iTuiuloir SJei tier tlitouch t self slowly, shuddoringly, from the level change ia Cliatt.in. opa, llirnunlum, Merid where she lay. It was then that Gerald inn inuluip direct connet lion in route lor Kno. ullr, Atlicvillc, l.ynclibiiri; ami pomtt in the TO sprang toward her. lll.STI.MKD. "Don't be frightened," he said. A EOMAHCS OF "You're quite safe." And he helped her to rise, wrapping closer about her But reading was impossible. He felt' greatly excited, and yet his nerves were Published Every Tuesday and Fr clay firm ns steel. Hn liml nrennrcd a lornr. solid table for the reception of the body when it should appear. At intervals ho Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal H. , 1 m I I r-- .u ...-..- ... ,,j -- . I I i NORTK"KWESTt Mlfc I I 1 . V 1 4fntm 1 j . ill R m i I ? iu- - ti- - at v 1 rd. ' it &. mki ! nt.-ui- i side-stree- t, up-tow- n HOUSE, up-tow- n I int-'- K l'hu "lt I . . i i heart-breakin- g i i self-contro- l. m&'Jlfi S1AM-OKU, . . M "WEST., 11,-- I i I NaT 1 e . ff3y & up-curli- III II 'N AH IBIa Hllja3g5BM 1 1 WWa, MHW',ll4 'l It-st- gs SWaplf fi 11 A NJliiW with-ou- 1111 TAB TWO BFOlfpS CA)K:lDMKAS9 Gerald had 'thus spoken with his friend only a single day preceding tho conversation held between Sylvan and himself, as recorded, at the bedside of the latter. All was soon arrauged. Dr. Clyde pulled certain sceret professional wires (in certain ways empowered to do so by his position at Hellevuc) and on a certain morning Gerald woke in expectation that the evening would come to lilra packed with a prodigious fatality. His liquid had been perfected, and ho felt certain that oven the faintest error had not crept into its composition. The tall flask that held it stood on a shelf in his laboratory. He had discharged his Hssistant; the work, for good or evil, for success or failure, was finished at last. He scarcely ate a morsel during the dav. and when the darkness of an autumn evening leu uiamuy upon the huge town, he sought the room which had witnessed his earnest toil, and strove to lit three or four engage himself with a book during the hours that must elapse between then and the time at which the corpse would be brought him. gas-jets, I "GOOD CiOD!" UK SAID, I.OI DKK THAN HE KNEW. shape the large loose ruinment In which it had first been clad. She tottered a little as she planted her foot on tho floor, repelling him in a childish, terrified way with one hand, while the other grasped her drapery just above tho At ChaltaiiooEa for Atlanta, Coluinbtia, Wilming Inn, Cliarlettcii, Auguita, Macon, Satannan, llriituHick, Lake City, Thomatville and KI.OKI The onh line runnini; aolid tralna with choice I'lillmnn flomloirnr I'alace Slei'pme Car in without clianv lor an clait of panen-gtrho- r WAH TIIK KI.AvK DA point. Jack-tonvil- lc tress flowed downward upon the table and gave forth tho same reddish tints as the smooth, lit Avood surface itself. stared into the still face and . Gerald his amazement deepened as It began to blend with a vague, jarring sense of recognition. fWhero had he seen that dead face before? Jfail he seen it beA mist shrouded his eyes fore? He staggered backfor a moment. ward with one hand over his brow. "Somewhere, somehow you have seen it," said a voice. Soon he had quite mastered himself. He went close to the prone shape and gazed upon it. Tho wrappings which inciosea it were sim aimosi muici. n. glimpse of neck had been disclosed, but that. He stared down i no more than upon the statuesque face. How beauti- ful it was! A thought flashed through his mind: "If I had known that woman while living, how I could have loved her!" ... , , "Safe?" she now repeated, staring at him and still tottering, lie wheeled up behind her, and, pushed an backward by ills gentle pressure, she sunk into it. "Where am I?" she went on, hervoica full of seared quavers. He was about to answer with at least some semblance of accuracy, when she continued to speak, her white lingers grasping the long, thick fallen strand of her hair. "II thought I had died," she mur' mured. "I thought" Gerald dropped into a chair at her side. "Tell me how you came to do It!" he said. "Itemember, I'm your friend. No matter what mml? you do it, I'm prepared to give you nothing hut the most absolute sympathy." She look at him blankly. "I don't understand you "Why, you td that you thought you had died.' easy-chair breast. THAT CO.VTAl.NKU file-Have 1IIK KUXIIt." T I W' ' ' that's all ,vm ni'eil. ment. Vioro')" It's only .t you any thin,' to drink - (icnild. "VondtT there's brandy, ltnt I'm fttinj,' better, now. It's passing over." "Ait?" said Clyde shortly. "We'll help it to pass quicker." He went to the spot toward which a weak gesture of his companion had pointed. Suddenly tierald heard a crashing Bound. One keen ray of reeolleetion here shot through his mind. He rose graspin.tr tho hack of his chair. "Clyde," he failed, "what have you broken?" "A bottle of some sort," came the answer. "It was horribly awkward of me, I know; but I dare say tho thing only held porno chemical you no longer needed." "Yes," bri-atho- Thousands of dollars worth of olilck- fin aro destroyed by Cholera rvcry year. It Is more fatal to them than all other disputes combined. Hut tho discovery of a lhud remedy that destroy the Microbes hat been made. Half of the yoiuijr chickens are killed by Microbes before they are fryers. A Ixittle is enough fur 100 chickeiH. it is guaranteed. If, after using two thirds of a bottle, you are not satistled with it as a euro fur Cholera, return it to the druggist from whom you purchased it, and he will refund your money. jm-t'nthj r(J-ce- nt Selma and Montgointry, Itunuville, Decatur, Florence. Mcmpliit nnd A It KANSAS pointa. Kliortfit and iUKlet lo AiiinMon. .Sclinn, Mobile. Wnrct conneclinut made at XKW OK I.KA.N'S without omnihtik trannfir for t,alveton Hoiuton, Auntin. TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. 1 he only through line to Jack'on and Vtcltburc, Mm., Shreveport I.a,, inukliic direct connections wilhiiul om n Inn traUhfcr tor Dalian Kdrl Worth, Atitlin.San Antonia, Kl I'aio and pcintt in i baKai-'e- . TEXAS, ARIZ0NA,MEX!C0, CALIFORNIA. thriiiigh rati-- correct coiyity inapt and lull information call on Amenta! Jiincilon Citv, Ky. oraddrea HIANk W. WOOI.LEV. Ttav, J'a Ai;t , I.exinaton, Ky. t;. KDWAHDS, C.C. hAKVKV (5. I'. A T. A., Vtce.l'rrtioent, Cincinnati, O . lor I. i 4kmtMrB4ym4HJi4, BaTtcU Irrara or IieMm ia Old r Tanar. lakU ailHOflD hll. liM.nl, la nkm ui riBTiv ear, MmiitaWUL ciswaxsris raraEKi? ..!. fi lord. Kcnaleby V. B, McRoberti, druggitt, Star MjlutOM arHal BMk,MKDICAa. a irMkaHWaiMIni, CO.. UWftQ, N. V U4fr SDH MlMUrjfraaTlUlMaa4rnlaCMaarhM. WrtttUMa. m, jfiw&m. ,tii-,- i .4ij - - Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Junk 5, 1891 Stanford, Kv., b.cwalton, bus. Manacer MEANS ) M.iivM.Nd C. At laet rejiorta Col. It. F. Bibb, of .Mo KinneY, was thought to bo dyin. lie him been trouuled with dropsy for several yenre. Mini Mattik Taylor, of HmitiriKton, W. Va., who Iibh been attending Millers, bur; College, arrived yesterday to visit her aunt, Mints Florenee Trnelienrt. CITY AND VICINITY, Two good rooms in iny Btable for rent. I. M. Hruco. building tended, and they are deserving of the highest praist. ALEXANDER'S BUSINESS. beautifully ami nrtitually ne at A. It. Penny's. HANKyour wntcli, rlork and jewelry rtpairiil at A. K. I'eiiiiy'u. All work ltnu k for sale. J. II Foster. 15. tiKRM w millet need at J. FosterV i.trnuited. Klmkmiikk tliatall Hilverware. wntehen. :c., honirhtnt A. 1(. lVniiy'n will le innrnved free of eliarte. inii, FnriT Jars and Jelly Classes at A. A. Warren's. My will be open night and from now on. Ceoriro S. Carpenily lur-rooin PERSONAL Mn. POINTS. ter. . Take your eggs to the Cash Bargain fever. Store and get 1"J cents per doen. Joe S. Mil. J. P. Haii.bv is attending court at Jones. - berty. Wiij.ii: Hkx Wkaiien is very sick with Go to B. F. Bout's for ice cream every netimonia and fever. Mish Si-Hmtok, of Casey, is the Blent of Miss l.icciu Lynn. Mish .Jk.smi: Biio.uiih'h is on a visit to er aunt, Mrs. Jane Il.urow. Mi. T. W. Mil.u:it huh been voiy ill i f pneumonia, but is better. Mk. ami Mrs. J. T. Ciuk., of Huston-..!- , were down this week. Mil Joi. F. Waters, who has been sick f r n week, is back at his post. of Marion, is MissMaiiv I k i s. M.kiih has a slight attack of day and every night, fresh and pure, by " the gallon or plate. A mad dog was killed at Kowland Tuesday. Fortunately he did no harm before he was shot. 1 Tiik Merry Bachelors have postponed their hop to Friday, LVith, owing to the dilllculty in getting satisfactory music. tombstone has been placed over the grave of Mrs. Jennie Pennington l.y Mr. John M. McBoberts, Sr., and her sister and brothers. A Hot-itnN- , xi:t " Tiik wind of Tuesday noon lifted the mill delivery wagon from where it stood husband to Ciucinnnti Tuesday. and landed it in the bot.Miss Lis Witiikow, of Ix)uisville, is near the mill tom below, completely wrecking it. tv of Minn Jeunie Feland. Jno. HiuoiiT, Jn., of Cray's, Ih down to OwiMi to some disagreement about n'tenil the commencement exercises. the terms of the contract, the proposed Mit. J. II. U s, turnpike contractor, lease of the Portman House hasnot been ib down with a severe attack of erysipe- - effected, and there nre probabilities that Mttssrs. Hiissell fc Speed will not take it. Mits. Poi.i.y Cohkv has been to her room several weeks by Tiik Stanford Talleviate Temple, No. Mrs". 7, S. M. T., will havea big celebration on Mn. A. C. Sink left for Ciucinnnti this the 11th, when lodges from Louisville i rnuiK in the interest of his lumber and other parts will come on a special isiness. train to help them mnke a great day of it. Miss Asxik H.m.k is back from school at Kansas City, in fine heiilth and pretIf you want the best binder on the tier than ever. market buy the Peering. For sale by Mu. and Miis. It. M. Width, of (ireen- - A.T. Nunnelley, who also keeps a full e.d, Mo., were miests of Mr. hihI Mrn. line of repairs and the best twine made, (.. I". Withers. all at prices and terms to suit the times. of Louisville, Give him a call. Mk. 1). It. is up in the interest of the .Ktna Life Halk of the 1'nited States enjoyed a Insurance Co. good rain Tuesday but we were not in Mr. T. 1). Wkahkn has boih toCincin-nat- i to take a osition in the store of it. A few light showers have fallen, but vegetation of all kinds is at a standstill Cmpton, Ault Co. of (ihent, this or injuring. It has been nigh onto two Mit. II At.i.iu Hui.kv, Mate, is a Buest of her sister, Miss Ger- months since a good rain fell. trude Howard, at the College. Tiik art exhibition will be held at the Mum. Laiha Ih mm, of Knox ville, is College this morning. The teacher, Minn usitiiiK her children, Miss Mary and Mr. S. K. Bed i tiger, is one of the tinestartists Will Me Anally, at the College. in the country, and she Iirs imparted C. M. Ha.nhai.It of Ixmtlon, has been her skill to a number of pupils whose district, ami work will lo well worth seeing. transferred to the LiHde Kfiieral storekeeper ami puiKer Akteu permitting the town people to Miw. S. A. HrniiiNsoN, wko has been an invalid for 12 years, drove up to town grope around in darkness for a week, yesterday for the fust time in many a the city fathers have at lust got in another supply of gasoline. If these gen year. Law vkii Wiiitsitt, of Pleas int Hill, tlemen are too busy to see after this imMo., is here to take depositions in the portant matter, they will please say so. lase of W. M. McAfee vs. the Missouri The neglect is becoming chronic. con-Lned 1 1 1 Caiii-kntkii- .Minnie Kuley. Miss Lit v Aii.noi.ii, of Uryantsville, iH the juest of Miss F.thel Hen.ley. Mrs. J. P. Jonkw accompanied her Mis-- s The water works haH jjiven Paris a reCHURCH AFFAIRS. duction of 125 percent, in her insurance W Bev. W. Y. Sheppard will preach in tBPYALU'.M rates. Messrs. Peyton, Hunhes A Co., Odd Fellows Hall, Sunday afternoon, at please observe this Rnd hurry up the 4 o'clock. cakes. Rev. J. S. Kendrick preached the dedicatory s"rmon for a new Christian FnriT jarH, fruit cans, jelly jrlawH, sealing wax, mowing blades and scythes, church at Corinth, Grant county, Sunstaple and fancy Browner, porcelain day. Next Sunday is children's day at the ., at Fartis kettles, brass kettles, Presbyterian church, when interesting Hardin's. services pertaining to missions will be MitXKV I.kwis. who murdereU his la- held. ther, Judge Wilson Lewis, of Harlan, is Rev. Oeorge 0. Barnes writes to J. on trial for it at Williamsburg and a C. Hays that he acieptsthel'ink Cottage very atrocious case has been made out given him for life by Mr. Moore, of Clark against him. Judge Finiey is assisting county. in the prosecntion and there nre a numThe iMroit Assembly's committee A f baK.n iow r 11 jhett of ber of prominent lawyers on both siilt-s-. having Presbyterian church statistics in all Inrrram tirlar (ravening Mrentili -- Latest I S Govim- The argument was in progress when we charge report the total membership of mi'iit Kuod Report went to press. the church at 7!l,V, a net gain of 'J7,- 't over lat year. Ti:ni!iiiLK. A few years ago Mrs. The missionaries in Africa deem the Ca'tiflo tn farm on the ingM of Ma) a Frank Horton had one of her breasts re- work of one woman equal to that of 2 Yearling Cafl, owner can gel by dnrcibing and moved entirely to stop the ravages of a for pasture ami ailtertnenient. men, since the women can go anywhere, paying II. W (, A INKS, Stanford i cancer. It apparently stopped the diseven among the fiercest tribes, unmobeease for a time, but the other breast coming affected, that too was removed lested. The female missionariesareheld in high esteem, their motives are never yesterday by Drs. J. G. Carpenter and L. questioned, and they are listened to with B.Cook. The poor woman has certainthe greatest respect. ly had her share of suffering. The funeral sermon of Mr. W. F. Tiik commencement exercises of Stan- Camden, who died beveral months ago, III Y liKI.KI) ON ford Female College were held last night, will be preached at the New Waynes- when the graduates wen' to read essays burg Baptist church, at 11 o'clock, next as follows: "Im and War," Miss Sunday, by Rev. Mr. Pike. Mrs. R. M. Registered as lt ') Clara Welch Lackey; "Space," Miss White, of Greenfield, Mo., one of his rci h thegre.it lleltnotlt (i sire of N'utwood Mary Hill Vanoy ; "The Cry of the Hu- daughters, has come to be present. a 18 ,, r rd Arthur a Wedges nod iy ai d 36 in j )" lit and Mie of 25 1.u,;hters the d.mis 11 man," Miss Jeanie Belle Feland; "Mv 2 joint. in NEW ADYEKTISKMKNTS. Feast," Miss Mattie Gano Rochester ; "The New South," Miss Mary Alice First dam Ihttie Kinle.id by Contractor 1084, Dr sire of(..11 West 17'f. Contractor was sired hy Lynn; "A Fairy Tale," Miss Annie Pey.l.t iuii I....I... ia siiiic r?:i 2 7IJ, 1... it i.t.. 1, ill "J"i 10 uiuiiici tractor's damin Lady IfV IliSltlUlt? (ireen. A number of instrumental CARRIAGE ton Con tonian riodbey h;y Grcen' ilamblettnian 136, full hrother to Volnn and vocal pieces were appropriately inHas iihj secured the nervicn of a car teer and Sentinel Ajax sired 7 in a 30 list. terspersed, and the whole bid fair to be riage pointer, am Imw t rcpartd ! do all kinds of a very pleasant profitable occasion. Repairing and Repainting Second dam full sister 10 D.Monroe 1 aSK. !) HOTEL, Seventh and Market Strteti, J Louisville, Wll-I- . - - - Kentucky, a. OI'EN MONDAY, MAR. .ire-1- , AKlMC POWDER ( out our entireintereit in the hotel, we have mined to our old ocmpied for year M) iKcej.sfully .fvfnth a,,. irVef trpet, nre now "i it up in tlvu a n ,yr, new throughout and fittiriK the out-f,y he elegant, Including one ot yiillin title Safr'v l',.-- nir and liarcago ElevatnM with ill the ttr m j.rovunent. We vant allot fMirohl friend t me ind te u in otir old home. r promise n, th,t our r.Km, tahle and tervlce ImII he ron1 n. ne ,., the land. My wife. Mrs. Jo IS. Alexander. ntto be romtmbered to alt ur lady friends and si r , be glad lo see them and give them a hearty re. i ption Fare Si per day. AI KNANDEII. Manager. ' I" in Jirfrr-utjiul "jn n ' Id iIm e -- it -- 1 Absolutely Pure iHALM To spun ; WE)LIU i. with jr., p. This pleasant and heathful report will OPEN JUNE io, 1891, when I vtill to a. commodity hoarders at $6 a week, single meats s.. cnts Cottages week or ij a rom. Horses kept for rent at Sloa at $, a week or 30 cents a feed Lserything ha been put 111 good condition and Is in fine ihapo far health nnk enjoyment RKUIIEN FLORA. lira . - Lincoln I 1 Stoek Farm, THKV BREED ON. Link. Trial j 31'$ l XcKINKF.Y, KENTUCKY. BEkMOJSTT CHIEF 8688. , SUMAC. Standard Rule Sn-- d o. 4 PAINTING. first-clas- ri... Kt hy Sultan ism. Record 1 14. Sire ofStambouI 3 11, Rnly 2 i9i, Alc.uer 2 aoUT Sweetheart 1 tiA. aud 2 in 21" :o list nn.l mnJii ror111 o nl4i s 1 An 1. J. reporter attended the comCol-lej-e, Ol .. arrlaes ..1 0 toggles. WM Live me a call , t mencement exercises of Christian at Hustuiiville, Tuesday ni'lit, and can testify to the enjoyableiiess of the occasion. The musical portion of the entertainment u.us extraordinarily rood, while the essays ami recitations were of a very superior class. There were two pretty yoiihk ladies erilduates, Misses Sue Rector and Delia Gooch, and one youiiK man, Mr. Claude Prewitt, all of wiiotii acquitted themselves with much credit. Prof. Thomson then awarded the diplomas with a most appropriate and timely speech, and a beautiful vocal trio, "Good Niht," closed one of the most successful sessions of that institution. DAl'GHERTY Jim Monroe 835, wre of I.ady Monroe 1 16I4, Kitty llates i 19, Monroe Chttf 18', and 14 in 2 30 list. Jim Monroe hy Alexander's Abdallah 15 ICE, ICE We I uill di User ue acuOTcrinng as follows Under 50 Pounds H cents, over 50 and under 100 1 cent, over 100 'fs of a cent. I'ris ate stallion. IIH.MON I' CHI1JI' Isa rich hay in color, was foaled in 1SS5; he stands full 6 hands high and is strictly a tine horse, smooth turned tf extra muscular development, shov ing; great povser. He has Hat, clean and hard an nc. Rent iet of finish: the individual merit ol this stallion in form, finish and a. turn is fully up to and in keeping vsith his high breeding. His oldest colts are coming and also show great natural sjn-elie had a ownul hy K. W. Cribbs, Decatui, Mich . that went trials better than 2 3olast ear I will pay $500 to the breeder of the first 230 performer ol his get since he has l.i'en owned by me llhl.MON'l CHIEF will make the season of 1891 at my place near McKinney at 111 Third dam by Dnsall's Mambrino, ton of Whip. Lady Dunton hy George Will.es 515, 3 Ja, sire Harry Wilke a 13, Guy Wilkes W.Koii aiO'i, So So 2 f;li and g Ilia 30 list. Second dam Josie, record 2 to V, by Night Hawk 514. sire of RedCross a afijf, Minnie Warren 2 vj and the dams ol Ed Annan 2 i6',4, Sentry 2 25, Al- rcua 3 2o;j , 1 ecumsen 2 25 .vc. 'lhird dam by Vermont Hero 141, sire of Lady m 7 30 and (ien. Knox, sire of Lady Maud 2 tSji Calmors a ioK and 17 in 3 30 list. record a first dam i;. a 30 ns S50 to Insure or S30 tho Season, with Return Privilege. Mares kept on good grass at $ per month, owners' risk. M. b EL KIN & CO., J. P. CROW, Proprietor. Stanford, Ky. COMMISSIONERS SALE Tin; Com kkt. Both teachers and puGARRARD CIRCUIT COURT pils of Stanford Female College have a Jese Nance's Heirs, Plaintiff, Sale in Kinty Against right to be proud of the reception given Jesse Nance's H'rs, Deft Hy their fine entertainment Wednesday Court virtue of a judgmeut ol the Garrard Circuit at the Frbruaiy term, 191, of Mid Court, evening. The largest crowd that ever in the above styled case, I will on Attended a college concert at Walton's 8, 1891. Opera House was present md everybody MONDAY, was plensed with theexcellencyin which It being the first dav of the June lertn, 1E9I, of the incoln County Court, sell to the highest bidthe folio wine comprehensive programme der at public auction before the door Is Receiving His JUNE 1 court-hou- se Spring Summer Goods Goods V.irr.Tnted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give uim a call. was rendered: PART I. Grand Oalop de Concert the waters of Hanging Fork, in I.inccln County, thus Ijuartet Hoist Ky , and Uuinded stake in the centre of the Stan-lor- d llcginiiiug at a Ml.tes Siiwe Neland, Kmu llustuiisille Turnpike and corner to the Annie and I. Uric Menefee. portion allotted to C V Nance, thence S. 27 K Ru,i union Meredith no poles to a stone corner S to same and Gisens, Am ttahehi links to a stone in H 02 poles thence S Accompanied by Piano Verdi Young's line jand corner to Givens thence N. 74 m 1!. Miles to a stone corner to same and Hiram Mm I. aura Mc.nally. i lie. it Phi ijW to Bitkkyk Mauii.nks. A supply of Trio-Pol- ka Rondo Hoist Craig, thenqe NCraig, W 57 poles7V41$K linkspoles a 61 thence N Mk. Milks Hail, of Kansas Citv, is stone r.rner lo j Mn.es Jennie Dickinson, Pattie Alcorn, these excellent machines is kept con 'inks to the center of the pike, thence with same ,.bitiiK his brother, John M. Hail. The N 434 W f. po'es, thence N 63 W 4 poles thence and I. ula Godbey stantly on hand at I. M. Bruce's, Stan W 13 twiles, N 8'4 W 4 poles, thence S. 58 Recitation A Lesion to (aeri i Id uentlemaii is SO, but does'nt look it theme S 70 V jo poles, thence S 60V4 W aj Co.'a McKinney, and W. ford, Crow Maggie llrighl. Mim y .0 years. poles, thente S 66 W. 38 polls 10 links, lo the A. Carson's, Crab Orchard, where twine Drill Kairy Rcsrl and Rainbow 'I ablt-au-containing MitH. 11. C. Faiuus went down to SomClass. at all times. Tuesday, to see her relative, Mr. ami repairs can also be had erset, 18 Kaut, Gounod, I.eybach Kxamiue the merits of the Buckeye be- Piano Solo W. W. Brown, who was so severely Miss Annie Disliman. Alsoauothcr track situated on same waters and fore buying. J. O. Shields, general Recitation First SettUr s Story thus. Ilegiu Will Catlcto'i in same siiiintv, which is lioundi-kit ked by a mule. mug at a stone near a branch and corner to Dr. K. agent, Stanford. Miss l.uic Menefee. MilCasi Owsi.ky, of Lancaster, was L Rodes, thence N 4 E 139 toa stone ,0 Kmuiel Duet Kmmet's Medley thence S 6y W 78 poles. 17 to a stone corever yesterday to meet his sister, Miss Srn.i. A u K. Mrs. II. C. Karris writes ner to Hii ks, thendc S 15 K 18 piles to a stone Mite Susie Gann and Annie Pence. near a branch, thence X 86 ,1 poles 17 links to school at Louisville to her husband that Mr. W. W. Rrown, Hlen Owsley, whose PART II. the beginning, containing M or thereabout, the in Stanford, Ky , at 1 1 tnlliiwing described property or lands situated on 0lev, ,V- - !' Fancy & Family Groceries We keep in stock a full line of all kinds of Staple Groceries, vl.ich we will take pleasure in showing and make c ' 68 Acres and Poles. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. Glassware, Oueenswnre, Table and Pocket Cutlery. A full line of Baskets kept in stock, all of which we are offering cheap to the public. Come and see us. ' Vt'eath-erfori- l. Las Kk. SrHOTiiKiiCooK and daughters, Mrs. Curd anil Mrs. King, of Mercer, visited hisHister, Mrs. Betsy Nevius, and other relatives here this week. Messik K l. Lkwih and 1. t. Cood 1 just clooed. 1 went up to Kirksvillo yesterday to attend the commencciicement and see Miss Macule Lewis receive her diploma. Tiik prize ollereil by Messrs. Owsley .V (,'raii: to the vouiib lady who kept the neatest room at Christian College, was awarded to Miss Liccie Lynn. Pitor. J. C. I)kns, who has given the partroiiB of Stanford Seminury great satisfaction, has given up the ferule for the law and will likely go to the Fnivorsity of Virginia this fall. Mil. Sauna Hamiton, theagetl adopt-1 mother of Mr. P.Hnmpton, sull'ered a severe stroke of paralysis Wednesday night and is now in a precarious Condition. Her entire right side iw effected. Mis.s Loris Tiiton, who has been iiuitu ill at Mr. K. P. Woods, was nblo to be brought to the College Wednesday, where she is still confined to her bed. Fvervbody sympathies with the excellent young lady in her atllictiou, the more especially that it came at this par ticular time. Miss Gektiu'dk 0. I low. mi i), who has most elliciently tilled the position of mu sic teacher in the Female College here during the scholastic year just closed, to the Bineere regret of leaves the many friends she lias made during her Btay in Stanford. A thorough mis tress of the musical art, Misa Howard's grand achievements in her music class have been reinarkule ami is ai once con vincingof the fact that she possesses a decided faculty of imparting her musical knowledge. After a short stay at her home at Ghent, Miss Howard will take y an eight weeks' course at the Conserva-torof Music in Cincinnati. e of Pulaski, who was so severely kicked Drill Angels of lltuna Vista Whlttier by a mule last Friday, is still itlivt- - and I rio Welcome tosptia? Oestcti partially conscious. The kick was on Misses Susie Ncwland, Sie Gann and Ada Tipton. the side of the head, crushing the skull, . .Wilson a portion of which with a iiiantity of Vosal Cliorii Greeting to Spring Misses Clara I.aikey, Jeannle r'claad, Mabrains has been removed. Mr. llrown ry Vanoy, Matlir Rochester, Annie Green, isone of the substantial citi.ens of PuMayino I.) tin, nnic Hurst and Annie laski, and is the largest fruit grower in Sir.iuli. FARRIS ; ECARD33T. 41 of Acres, 3 Roods and 22 Poles. Said sale will he made on a credit TERM (i and i ' month., bonds renuired of the purcha sir with apprmed securiij basing the force and irteU of a judgment, with 6 per cent, interest from date until paid and reserving a hen upon the land until all i he pur. h.ise money is paid M DAVISON. Al.C I. I x .w J. B. FOSTER Dealer In- - t. the State. Mit. J. A. II iikis, who lohes tl.oOO by the suspension of the Kentucky Grange Mutual Insurance Society, tells that there were originally about L'OO policy holders in this county, but the number hau since been reduced to Some tun families in the county have drawn out from JL',000 to $u',.")0() each, but since the company was formed in lbTd, much mire money has none out of the county than has come in. ."(). Organ of the The Legend Recitation llmlder. .. r Harper Mis Mattie Rochester. Vocal Solo I'm a Merry ingera Ilalfe Miss Jennie Dickinson. Recitation Diamond Cut Diamond Miss Annie Struuli. triumphal March Kimkel Misses Susie New land and Kn ma Owsley. ih il Dut t A Voice from the Wave. ..Glover Mis-e- s Annie Hurst and Annie Strauti Hen llur Recitation The Chariot Race Miss Clara Lackey. Overture Duhler and lljiur .'..Siippe Misses McAnally, Dishman and (.aim, ac lOnipanied by Mi Howard Duet-Germper-foim- cr Excursion to Cincinnati Zoological Harden ON Groceries and Hardware Salt, Lime, Cement, Tiling, Farming Implements, Sic. Tuesday, June 9U1, 1891. Spes-la-l train will lease McKinney at $ a. in Ketmiun', reaching Cincinnati at 10 o'clock lease Cincinnati at 4 a and arrise at McKinney trip tickets from atufop in Round to the on, $3 for McKinney. adults anil indiidiutr admission Persons can take $1 for children under 1a vears the tram ut Moreland, Junction City and Dansille The net ut the same price for round trip tickets proceeds are for the benefit of Hael Green Mis siou School. Tickets furs.ile by the depot agents Ker)bily instted to ) at the stations named pleasant day aud help a good cause ?s en-jii11 Studebaker Wagons," Oliver Chilled Plows,; Dicks' Feed Cutter, Hocking ValleyJCon. Snellen, Adam Carpenter brought to town Wednesday, a youim woman iiainedTalithn Warlleld, who had been overcome by heat near his house. She was placed in the jail oflico and properly attended to. Of a rather weak mind, Miss Wartield is in the habit of roaming around the country ami had just walked up from Lebanon when found. She was a former inmate of the poor house, but was discharged some time uo. SiTNoTiiOkc. Mr. LniKiiTY. llrown, who killed a negro in the presence of the court at Liberty, in on trial there, wo learn Only two jufrom Mr. J. P Bailey. rors were KOtteu out of the regular panel and Judge Morrow sent to Adair for oO men. Out of those who responded only eight jurors were obtained aud another lot waa sent for together with orders of arrest for those who failed to respond. It is thought that the trial will be when Che court will adthrough journ to Friday next. Walker Bell was indicted for manslaughter. to-da- y, In an entertainment where each acts so well her part it is ditlicult to particularize as well as invidious to valley 011 Div River, about .1 do so, but we will be pardoned for refer-iu- g ssituated in beautiful of Stanford, near the county road 4., miles east(oheii to the Stanford and Preach, leading from to the recitation of Misses McAnally, eissitle pike, will be open for those seeking a , Mattie Hopper, Annie Straub and Clara pleasant and healthful Summer Resort. accommodations will be furnished lo guests , Lackey, each of whom won and. as the Springs have been sery recently Among the terms will he reasonable eneoniuuis. The piano performances ny amusements will be dancing, boating, the mafishing, were all good and the drilling perfect. etc Carriages will meet gmstsat Rowland when h a The se.ison "I'n Miss Jennie Dickinson again distin- notified Picnic Jtne li;. ol ifyi for" board can be (irand 'lenns had by addressing guished herself as a charming little vo2j J. K. COOK, I'ror., Stanlord, Ry. calist, and her effort was bo loudly and longly encored that she fery gracefully responded. At the close Prof. Hubbard LIME AND thanked the audience for its presence will deliver Lime at .5 Cents a llushel In Lanand attention, and expressed his pride caster, Stanford and the neighborhood. at the meritorious performance of his will also load on cars at Crab (Orchard, llrick pupils who, he said, were always equal at 75 cents a hundred, (jish me a chance. to any occasion. The accomplished FRF.D KRKL (JKR, Crab Orchard. inusio teacher, Miss Howard, demonstrated ic the exhibition that she had HOusc-Builde- rs performed her year's labor well, and her From now until the tolh of loi, wish lo work was much complimented. On her ceive bids for the building June,my house. The of and Mrs. Hubbard devolved tho entire plan can be seen al the store of S. 11. Shanks, or Stanford .V Crab Orchard at my homo near responsibility of the exhibition, Miss pike, thrie miles the Crab Orchard. Two kinds from wanted one the material to be furnished Tipton having been prevented by illness ot bids sell. I reserve the light to liT contractors or by A, C. NKWLAND. from rendering Che able assistance in- - reject any or all b.ds iini-ctFirst-clas- W. B. IVlcROBERTS, COOK'S SPRISTGS s open-ek- well-deserve- d DRUGGIST ABTD JEWEI.ER, Has the Newest and LatestStyles of Wall Paper, Euery Shade and Color of Alahastuie; The Best and Purest WhiteLead and Oils; Ready Mixed Paints and Neal's Carriage Paints; BRICK. I I Largest and Handsomest Line of verware, Watches, Clocks And JEWKLRY in the city. A reliable of Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing. Watch-Make- Sil' Notice to r to do all .A ' 1 111) Prescriptions compounded of pure Drugs and Chemicals at all hours, day and night. r. ,t S A ii J. iii . - AjA AiU.. .vJV. v JC rf f- H s- - KHM--,w- tjfcjajtATsl:rraA-- - "-- - - j.,,-w mmkr'M - w an. WTW- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal AT published Every Tuesday and Fr day tf-J land, and he said: of the members tMTWhen not o paid S2.60 '!l e char ed.1 "At least were admirers of Mr. Cleveland and the general sentiment was friendly to him. . K.u. LOCAL TIME CARD. He is stroiiK in the Slate and was strong Train itises Kowland at 7:00 a. m , returning there. There is no sinniuYanco at ail to at 5:10 p.m. he attached to the Cleveland resolution CARD. L. & N. LOCAL TIME episode, which happened at the end of I 3 P"1 Mail trim eoinc North All the regular work-ha131pm the convention. ' South " Express train" South tivini done and but few delegates been ' North H7" 6j.)m were present. I was absent, as many Local Freight North S "P m South- others were, and I uuderMand that there The latter trains also carry passengers. The above is calculated on standard time. Solar were not fifty men in the hall when the time is about ao minutes taster resolution was olTered and withdrawn. I talked around among the members of the convention and I know I am correct DR. W. B. when I say that there was a strong and nrovailintr Cleveland sentiment among convention. The recently the delegates to the Office South side Main street, in office Ry. meant free coinage and silver resolution vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman. Stanford, there i8a very general sentiment in the State in favor of free coinage. But with L. B. COOK, regard to Mr. Cleveland they feel thus: "They believe him to he able, honest AND SURGEON, PHYSICIAN est and patriotic. They consider him a STANFORD. KY. leader and a Residence, sturdy democrat, a natural Office over Mc Roberts' Drugstore statesman, and they hope that things at the junction 01 James II Owens' property "Mm pikes and D mv will so shape themselves as to make him the nominee of the next democratic under National Convention. They R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. stand, as he doep, that he must carry DENTIST. Xew York, and they believe that he is Portman House, patriotic enough tint to seek the nomiOffice on Main street, opposite up stairs. Nitrous Oxide Uas given for painless nation if the situation in that State is extracting STANFORD, KENTUCKY. such as to lead him to believe that he aunot carry it. I think I sum up the prevailing sentiment in Kentucky when I say that there is no disposition to force Mr. Cleveland's nomination, but that they hope that the political situation am well prepared to bore wells and will do the work in a (jood manner and promptly will be such as to make him the party nominee. Wheuever his name was One Dollar a Foot. At meutioned in the convention it was Call on or address me at Stanlord, Kentucky. L. 1. SiMl l n. , jj gieeted with loud applause, and on the night of the third day, when all the had been set oil' and general enI thusiasm had cooled down, I mentioned a speech nominating a canhis name Lot on Main Street in Stanford didate for in attorney general in connection Containing iio acres, with those of Jefferson and Jackson, anil T R WALTOX, Stanlord. the applause was very enthusiastic. erms easy. "While the silver question is an imA. G.I AtvGHAM John h. ca stlkman portant one, and we believe in free coinage, I do not think it is goiug to be the createst issue in the uext presidential campaign. The taritl is the greatest is sue still and it will be in that campaign. I think the silver question may be taken out of politics before that time. When the next Congress meets the House will pass a free coinage bill, probably before Christmas. The senate will pass it and it will go to the White House. Mr. Har& OASTLEMAN rison will veto it. The house will pass it over his veto, but the senate will prob MANAGERS, ably not do so. Then there will have to Commerce Building, Louisville. be some sort of a compromise, for the present law is about as bad as it can be, Afcents throughout the Soatt. and it must be replaced with something else. I think a measure similar to and W. A. TRIBBLS, Local bill, enlarging the the mirchase of three or four million dollars' worth of silver each month and its coinage intosilverdollare, will be adopted. This would increase U IM RUB TO the volume of silver 40 or 50 millions a venr. It would be the next best thing Andto free coinage and would dispose of the present law, which is not satisfactory. two-thirds l'KU YKAILIN uJDr A.NCK Kentucky for Cleveland. Consreearann J. B. McCreary, who is in Washington, was interviewed by the Star on the failure of the Kentucky Democratic- - convention to endorse Cleve- , My A friend whom I hnvoralsMxl for m.inr month Carno back to me this morula. I wa sure, When Urst 1 wakened, something kixmI would como; The sky ww full of promlies. The earth Seemed redy for rfhat Iieavcn mlulit bestow. And I, forewarned iiud watchful of each sign. Was standing nt my window when I heard A coming, not of footsteps, hut of wings. IIrtlnRr. Bastin's Saw Mill. &wF'--3xT Tor Sal Twenty nullclinj; In the corporate 3 H I i &$& - And thcru howiw.mydeiir red breasted friend! Oh, how my heart and eot went out to him! My heart with Joy, my eje-- to ice If he Iooked travel worn or weary with his lllght: Hut, with thu sumo old jnunty air I loicd, Uo tluttered wiirlneH from off his wings. And turned and looked Inquiringly at tue. s S$viTtCHATS ABOUT MEN. I hae finished my ne Saw Mill on the Somerset pile, 7 miles trom Stanford snd an- - prepared to furnish any liml of I.UMIIKK. SIIINOI.KS I will sell the lum Ac ,at LOWES I PRICKS. berat the mill or deliver, to suit purchasers. (Jive a trial. rtolhcr, MAYWOOI), KY. me I will dellitr sawed iheMnut shingles at Stan ford or Itowland at ii ;t per M A II HAS II N 43 iy I4olS limits o Rowland J DARSr, Uowlanl WATERLOO. 'I htn 1 ' d PENNY, Dentist. It was so sweet to welcome hhn once more! To know that ho was faithful, and tint I Might now look forward to thu certainty Of seeing all tho promises fulfilled! Each leatless tree a halo woro of green; Already flowery .May hud come, and Jutio Was waiting with her train o'er jointer hltl: I saw It all, while et tho earth was bare, Hecnuso my little friend was here and knew It all wius coming, and would bate me know. Then ho became mi glad ho snug, and I I bowed my head and shed somo happy tears. Mary A. Mason In Boston Transcript. DR. Hus-tonvi- 1 W3SI.X. 1 BORISTG , lire-wor- FOB. SALE 1 ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL. Chivalrous Devotion. At the most extensive aquarium in England, tho Brighton Zoo, the female lobster recently cast her shell. She screwed herself up together on tho toes and tnil and suddenly bent her body. Snap went the shell in its center, and the case of tho back came away in one piece. The claws were her next care, and she worked away at them for a long time. It was a proceeding of extreme delicacy, considering that all the tlesh of the d through the great claw had to bo small bae. During the operation one claw came off altogether, and this must to the lobster lady a serious have misfortune, as it will not grow to its full size again until the second year. Tho tail and legs gave very little trouble, mid the body, when thus undressed, tinned to bo of a pale blue. The obeli casting over, the lobster sank on tho band, and this action seemed a signal for the attack of every creature in the tank. The defenceless victim bade fair to succumb to the fury of her enemies, when the male lobster suddenly came to the recue. Standing over his helple.--s better half, ho fought her assailants relentlessly. Day and night did he watch over her, until her shell was sufticiently hardened to protect her in fighting her own battles. . When this happy moment arrived he deliberately picked up the old claw, broke it in his nippers, and ato the meat. He then dug a hole in the sand, placed in buried them, it the broken bits of and piled a number of Moued above the grave. Youth's Companion. pa-e- Insurance Company, BAKBEE Ant, Bland-Alliso- n com-nelli- W -- COD QF SPECISL LETEKEST -- Te- To Teachers of 'Sliippcrs of Live Stock. Office of the Common Schools of coln County. Lin- An Interesting Will C.i.c An interesting case and one of peculiar complication was disced of by the court in Allentown recently When the wife of the lato Peter Maury, of Went Bethlehem, died two or three years ago, 6he left a will bequeathing all her property, real or personal, to her husband, and it was stipulated that after his death tho estate should revert to "our heirs," to quote the language of the document. Maury married a second wife, and a few weeks after the ceremony ho was taken sick with a fever and died. His widow brought Miit ftgaitut the heirs, Frank and George Mauty and Mrs. C Benucr, for a dower right in the d of the property, which was estate for life. The main question discussed before tho court was whether the interest of Peter Maury in the estate was an absolute one or n life one only. Judge Albright took tho hitter view of the affair and rendered a decision in favor of the heirs, one of whom lives in Texas, Tho property is valuable and is in West Bethlehem. Before his death Maury gave his wife a check for fVK) or $000 which he had in bank. Philadelphia Ledger. one-thir- Hy Longfellow, dam Slipper by Planet, Alan Arthur, son of the lato President Arthur, is six feet four inches in height, At $20 to Insure. very erect and slender. Ho is not yet a bachelor, and has recently rethirty, Co. turned from an extended tour in F.urope, where he received much nttention. or STANrokH h. Max Dieulafait, of Baltimore, is but fifteen years old, yet he can converse in Is m fil; organi'tri! anJ 114I) I , ...;i. hi. Monarchist, eleven languages. Choctaw, Cherokee. $200,000. Dam Imp. Hon Hon, by Macaroni, Russian and Portuguese are numliered Paid up Capital of . - - among them. He does not require more Surplus, 15,000. At $15 to Insure. than three months' stud to master any tongue. SUCCESSOR t. Til K LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STA.NTORI), The Ilirl of Derby succeeds Lord Granville as chancellor of Loudon uni- (Now clofttH- - up) with the same assets and under the same matsigrment versity Ho is one of the most numerare i Ily Hy Imp. Glenclg, ously appointed men in England, and fully provisions ef Its chutcr, depositors National protested as aie depositors ih like tho Manpiis of Hartington fills as Hanks, its shareholders bem; held Indiudssalty stent the extent el the amount many presidential chairs as would fur- liahle to at the par value thereol, in of tmw to the Dam Florence I, by Imp. Austra addition thrinn amount invested in suih shares It may act as nish a decent sized room. lian, administrator, trustee. As., as fully as Eugene Kelly, the banker, is ono of etc utor. an individual At $15 to Insure. To those who entrusted their huitineis to us tho most active men of his ago in New the Lincoln Nalsetul Hank ol Vork. He is worth ten millions or more, while Stanford, vise here tender our mans tnanls and and is perhaps the wealthiest man of trust they ill lontinue ta transact thrir usintss attenas a guarantee for with his nationality engaged exclusively in tion us, otfetinicim r twent) yens' prompte in reiH-cto same, banking iu tho world. He tieg.ui his hjnkini anslas liberal isecmAissaiiattatM as are can with sesind tunkinf career in that state as an itinerant siileBt Hy Ten Urocele, dam by Planet, HimcTons peddler J J Willums, Ml. Vernon, At $10 to Insure. J. M llall.SlinloTsf; WHISPERS ABOUT WOMEN. . Michael Davitt is credited with tho design of making California his homo. Herbert Spencer has joined the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. David B. Hill will have to take a back seat next winter if he goes to the United States senate. The only desk obtainable by him is in the hist row in tho chamber Baron Hitch, the Hebrew philanthropist, is the son of a Bavarian banker, aud made tho foundation of his enormous foitune by a mil way contract with the Turkish government. Mr. Oeorgo Vanderbilt always appears to be absorbed in his meditations or else absent minded. He is as nearly a bookworm and a studious recluse as his vast possessions make it possible for a tnau to be. C W. Mellor, n newsdealer of Ann Arbor. Mich., by tho death of Harriet Mellor, owner of the Lord KedclifTe estate in Cugland, comes in for of tho projierty, which is valued one-nint- h trolling and rmMil slallimi wil1 a 9 trV,s at mv uta'.lr at Mlllolij.'V ill l)ev rfplimi and IVdifcrvsWnlerloo is a bla k, pounds, inanifii 1, t 17 hands huh, vviMish I desire to sell m (arm it at'mit ito a res, situ st)h and i Ihhi ami is a sure foal getter, his pi . psT,l an I firt class saildle iliall-l- i Aitil abotti 44 miles north of Stanford on th ell) im'HiiniK lie has 1 record nt Hush Dram h pike, opposite the Id chur h Ihcrs Mamtirilio Chief Ileishv Klshelteu, h. are shout 50 .tires ! whi.H and r)e, the biuncc Isy Manihrino Paymaster, h t) Msmhrini, Ii. )y tJood dwcllinr of firm well ci in timolhs. imp Missetii;t'r ol four rooms and kmhrn and a .plendld ut barn; is ell watered and fen. d 'oseun can I irsl dam Helm mare by llty MeMns; r, h ' . , lie zisen inimediitily. Kor pattKiilars, eu J.I'. Ilnrpiiius, he hv IlnmbbMoiiian. he by Imp Ilsiley, Stanford, or write thi nmlerigned at iiKer. xlilam Kitl lluil, hy Cannon W I1111 h. W hip, he by Imp Whip, he hy .Sa 1 laskhiirn'i Cincinnati, Ohio. r WUllKUS. tram, dam by Hrrwl , flilsni a Ihormichhri'l n a Imp D'omrdi', Hay Meswnjn'a dam was o 1 by nf a full hloolr.1 Messenger mare and b) Ii p Kockingham. Waterloo's dim by Helm's York SALVE, HOMEOPATHIC shire, lie by Imp .rkshire, dam by U'rlnjer Helsharrar, xldamli) Ksitth, l dam the not.-- l sddle mareowiml hv Jo Helm and afterward by Cure i ul, lirtii.es. oJ re slin diseases, N. T. Lee Waterloo will stand corns, bunions, piles, fistula, s.r.int'ts halter luirns.dc poison and bruises Wherever It his $10 to a Living Colt, heen used it has given wonderful suti'laition and its propvnsit tor trinosin; kureness u rcinarka Or $11 so till weaning time Me. Numerous teatimotiuls m!! be se ured and Lien retained mi colt till weaning lime. Care v, ill appeir in this space at a later date Made taken ! prevent aoidertts but no responsibility I y and sold should any occur. J 11 Hll.LlNS Stsnhrd.K) .M T lll'SSKLI., Mllloljevltle. Ky is Farm For Sale, tc 'e WiW At Insure yir I. M. IIKI'CE. ::"",, nrst-Ciass m Stallions for 1891. ,:;: feed stasls, STANKOHI).K. SrT.ClAL, ATTENTION to COMMERCIAL, ami sold traselers. Horses ami mules ed in Users. Only horses tnd vehicles MINSTREL, at fWCOO.OOO . ht:ht Farmers Bank& Trust LITTLE RUFFIN, 1 is. : POWHATTAN III mnai-tH- K CONCREGAN, J. I have been informtd by the State superintendent that in addition to the Cincinnati liiion Stock i.tnl Co . CINCINNATI, MAY 14, ifci At n meeting 01 the llo.i'd of Director held this d.iy, the following rtolutioti was unanimously adopted. That on and after Monday, May 18, 1891, there will he no charge made for yardage and weighing on any live stock sold at these yards. Ily order of I:: ,, the llMrd VJ LIPi'lNCOTI. President. branches of study aheady prescribed by the State board, the following will be added this year, and all applicants for certificates will be required to pass an examination on same: Smith's Kentucky History. In Civil Government.the examinations will be on the Constitution of U. S. and the Constitution of Kentucky in force at the time of the examination ; on the origin of each con stitution, the ditl'erences between same, S1a.lt- !..!n.. f r iVC uuk exumiiiiiiiuii iwr aMl.ak.t iri;iiFriday in ers will be held on the first Julv. and for colored teachers on second Friday in July. Trustees will please bo careful not to employ any teacher until he or she shall have obtained a certifi W. F. McUlabv, Uo. feupt. cate. r 1 ir.-j-t a. tV. of Ci'ttln I'iMt.ixn Stump. Tho postal authorities appear to regard the need for additional conveniences iu tho way of stamp distribution as real, for they have licensed a syndicate to attach to a selected number of pillar boxes, experimentally, an ingenious piece of mechanism working upon tho principle. By two movements of the hand the delivery is obtained of a small envelope contain ing a memorandum book full of useful postal information, with blank leaves which might serve for letter paper, and in the cover of tho Iwok : securely in serted a penny stamp. The syndicate looks fur its profit not to theuommisMou on the sale of thu stamps, but to the from ndvertNements inserted iu the books. Loudon Telegraph. A N'ess W.s "peuuy-in-the-slut" o FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD, K Kentucky Fairs. The following list of dates and number of davB has been so far received : Capital Stock Surplus $200,000 16,500 the fact Attention of the public is invited to Stanford. that this is the only National Hank in Hank Act. Under the provisions of the National by the dcpton are secured not only liability capita! tor an stock, but by the stockholders' amount eiual to the stock, so that depositors of or $400,000. this institution are secured by a fund of the bank Five sworn statements oftheconditioii are made eath) ear to the United S,Utes government and its assets are examined at utated timet by government agents, thus secunug additional and perfect safety to depositors. This institution, originally established as the Deposit Bank of Stanford In 1853, then as the National Hank ol Stanford m 1S05 and Bank of the acain re.organiredas had First National uninterpractically an Stanlord in iS8j, has It is better supplied year existenceof rupted now with tacllitie for transacting business prompt lv and liberally than ever before in its long and corporations, honorable career. Accounts of respectfully tolic-te- d. firms and Individuals p fidu-cian- The Directory of this Bank is composed ot of Stauford; T.J. Foster, fceid, Lincoln county ; Forestus i I. W. Hayden, Stanford ; S II Baughman, Lincoln; 'M. . J. Miller, Mt Vernon: I Infnlll! f' . J. S. Hocker Stanford: G A. Lackey, Lincoln: T, I. Hill,ilnioru; I W I! Welch. Stanford. I. Tate, Stanford. L ' I lf... V Kminence, July 225 days. Harrodsburg, July 2S 4 days. days. Columbia, August Danville, August 4 I days. Campbellsburg, August 11 4 days. IS'icholasville, August 11 4 days. Sharpsburg, August 11 o days. days. Lebanon, August IS Mnysville, August IS 5 days. Lawrenceburg, August IS 4 days. Uniontown, August 183 days. Shelbyville, August 254 days. Springfield, August 251 days. Lexington, August 255 days. days. Bardstown, September days. Bowling Green, September days. Paris, September days. Henderson, September S dayB. Klizabethtown, September days. September "Winchester, Horse Cave, September 154 days. Cynthiana, September 154 days. Glasgow, September 21- 1-4 days. Hartford, September 30 t days. Owensboro, October G 5 days. days. Princeton, October Paducah, October 14 3 days. 44 1 A Cnmuicmliiblo Act. Bedle. Mrs. Bedle, wifoof of Xew Jersey, deserves high rank among the pattern women of the land. Though beset with tho cares incident W wealth aud social leadership, she finds time for nil sorts of small sweet human kindnesses, so delicately done that their valuo is trebled. Some time ago sho bought n book, tho authoress of which was blind. After reading it she sent to its writer a letter of warm thanks for the pleasure it had given her, and took the trouble to prick through every word of it, so that the blind woman might read it with her finger tips. Exchange. Ida Lewis, the heroine of Lime Boek lighthouse, receives from the government a salary of 7.0 a year. One of Mrs. Grover Cleveland's occu pations is to lend a helping hand iu the management of a mission kindergarten Mrs. Cleveland is, in fact, tho vice president, and visits the mission frequently Mrs. Kato Pier, of Milwaukee, is a lawyer and court commissioner; her husband is a lawyer, and one of her daughters has been already admitted to the bar. and two more are studying with the same end in Potter Palmer has a conservatory adjoining her dining room, from which her table is supplied with fresh fruits aud vegetables, mint and mushrooms nil winter, and from which her friends receive numerous bouquets. Mrs. Sophia Braeuulich began her connection with The Engineering and Mining Journal as stenographer to its editor, Mr Kothwell She is now its busmens manager. She is said to have visited every mine of any consequence in the country A fund has been raised to defray the expenses of the university training of Miss Matilda Ashton, tho blind girl who recently matriculated nt tho Melbourne The fund is large enough university to cover the three years' outlay incident to her taking a degree. Miss Middy .Morgan, the only woman who rejiorts the stock and cattle markets for the New Vork press, is a tall, gaunt creature, nearly stx feet in height. Sho tramps about the Iloboken stock yards in big boots and does her work well. Sue lives alone in a littlo house on Staten Island. Mrs. Moncure D. Conway is a tall, handsome woman with gray hair and dark eyes. She knew both Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlyle. and lias often visited them nt their Londou home. She pays glowing tribute to the conversational abilities of .Jane Welsh Carlyle, but says site was wholly destitute of housewifely gifts. view-Mrs. i,l ! I , S. Ows't) , Stnnferd ; !j. J. Ensfcry, Stanferst , J E I.) na, Stanford; A .... ,. W. Carpuir. MihWvtll; The Saddle Stallion, lauirhnM, lUstoavUU; Cash, Sunfersi, William Crooch, Sunfotd, Ky. S. II Shanks, President j B. 0lejr, 'Cashier 1V. M llruht, Teller J It Itaiuhmin Gen Til Ilonl. Keeper J. K J K. Eagle Denmark, At $10 to Insure. For pedigrees and particulars, address S. II. Or J. II. HAUillMAN, g Stanford, Ky. -- ERRICSSON, JR., Secctid cousin to Maud S Ily Krrics V.QM4 1,1 ...- -. . ... .Jay . See1 and Nut- G-eo- ..!. , . ito in i j list) ist dam by son of OktrlUi sirnul 1'ilot, Jr , (11 in i o I ".Undard Kule ' ) ft and the lre of the dans f Maud S-- , .Ja) 1C) e Siee and Natweod. Sued by DitUtor 113 (sue ot Jay Kre Krrscuon, Jr., Is a koUsi black. 16 hansi hitfh Dnettr i 17 and 10 others in V t and cVerj Inch a horse His colts are of s;ood Phallai sue, ilt and coiar.are- suitable for the farm, track a 10 list. I irsl dam Alice h) Almont ,1 and hastern market, and betnv of unusually K'l Second dam Norma, hy Alesander's Norman 1 dispositions, can not he cxielled for family hire. third Jam Oixc him atrial and he con.imed II stands Leon lies it. j nuns; Iwyman mare, by lutui dc fr lourlh dam OW wyman snare untraced Aironnt ji (sire ot ranit) Witherspotm 1 i'1, i'ledmonl t i;vj and it others in a ft, al sir The Small Sum of $12.50, , J H of the dams ol Alabaster, 4 years KkkardxMi 1 17H. Catckflv. itltl, Hmdn Uneualed in hlsiorv nt ui) staMe iV, raiUs from Acnijte ji and i in the (.harm 1 Wilkes K. Iliistnnville, on the llit..ni. e A Liherty turnitklK'll by Ah4llah ic 1st dam hallv Anderpike rcurV, Will also .land mv son h) Mamktino Chief 11. td dam Kate ty Dictator 3362. i, 1 1 , ' Young1 Jaok Hu.tcnvillV, Ky. At TEN DOI LAKStoixs re a marc IN foal Wl 'oils speak well fir hit I'ersens breeding to eiihei and then tmdtns-e-r hreeoinc the mare elsewh, r, renders motwr titts) V. Is TOW hi. I., i j. HiiraoLD. i,-- j, . Son of Hv.Mirntoroi itan Ilylsk's liamhtetarnaii. - AROUND THE THRONES. 15 15 15 1 84 85 The mad king of Bavaria sometimes smokes as many as 100 cigarettes a day. For each cigarette ho uses an entire box of matches, touching off the others to see them burn after ho has used ono to secure a light with. Ho has a now 6itit of black broadcloth made for him twice every week, but ho never uses a handkerchief, towel or napkin. He refuses to go near water and never bathes. An old apple woman known as "Kitty" just died in London at the age of ono hundred and four. Sho kept a littlo stand near St. James hall, where she often sold candy to Lord Nelson ami apples to Pitt and Fox. ha3 74 s ' 1 S OFFUKRS Hocker, President; Cashier: John J McRoberU, McKianey, Assistant Cashier duce Into the London streets the steam Bardstown has a mind reader in tho carriages which have proved a success person of John A. Rowland, aged 1!, in Paris. They are said to be more under who is said to rival Bishop in that line. the control of the driver than U a hone. It is proposed, if permitted, to intro- Tho queen of Denmark is an expert dressmaker and a good pastry cook. Her daughters also are all clever in this way. Tho Prince of Wales had no sooner got over his receut bad attack of tho grip At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. than ho was nfllicted with muscular rheumatism in the legs which prevented him from walking. Hay stallion, 16 hands high; foaled i83j Besides the new Prussian throne orSired hy KINO C.LSAR. dered by the emperor, a new imperial (Ily llogan's Administrator Kirstdaui Carrie Allen, by Ashland Jr. throne is in course of construction. ProSecond dam b Sir Robin fessor Doepler has made the design, WmZa3EXWX!S2W Third dam by'Oiltner Ilrown's Highlander. which is in tho old Teutonic style, with llogan's Administrator sire of Kitif 4TCV Major Landers 1 a'ii son uf Administrator JIT !3SL"5a. drapery of yellow and gold brocado aud Jp JBL fsireof Catchlly 1 i3, Mc.Mahon ji and 6 others tho black eagle. iuiyo,', dam hy American Clay j (sire of (.ran. cv ville 1 j6, Maie llrus 1 17, etc ' 2d dam d.im Grand Duke Sergius of Russia, whoe of Wilcoira i6'vand (laid Wilkes a.10) by Red Vicwife, a giunddauijhtor of Qaeon Hawk,- 3d dam by Mambilnu Chief 11 ogan will stand toria, has become a proselyte to the To euro iitilourncs!i, :ilc': ! , ( otntl- Greek religion, rcaembles the Emperor jiatlon, Malfirl.i, I.St et.si .! tike At $10 to Insure. Paul mora than any other uiomber of the safe ami cer'iu remedy, always been u I alto have the Romanoff family, lias SMiT.:--rdissipated, harebrained creature, and has latterly become a rellyious fanatic. Twoot which are noted as the belt Jennet jacks, King Otto, Bavaiht'fi cituy sovereign , and will serve jennets at $25 for a jack colt and $15 tor a jennet and will tervc mares is physically healthy, but is thieattned with Tolontary starvation iu comseviueiaCo Tno lliss.Slf AI.7i9:aT(.(l):.:a Teatulothe At $10 to Insure a Living Oolt. of bis frequent refusals to cat fur two or boltlO) TllKV AUK THE- M'lsT T'lNVI'SIENT. The other jacks are fine mule jacks and will Sultnblo lux- sll three days. Occasionally bb becomes Prlco or svKlit'rMlr. SHv. pvr Kottlp. serve mares violent, is imprisoned in a padded cell, Harnmivjit At $10 to Insure. pawkj--. hzzk. nnd sMhAust bimMlf by shouting and IOOIlllUllilk-tf.rl- n These animals will stand it my stables on the Mf'.'tt gril.ru t..i. dotra tb iron bars it ttu i.f.$,lTH,C0.leHt"Bll.S'JKl.S3 " JT.IU3IJ M3. Somerset pike a milet touthof Stanlord. trying to window. M.S. UAUOH.MAK, Stanford. bs- lliood Chief, 7 i. Sire of riH- me kohiHSAii, 1 1 I Metropolitan, I'V Kyxlik's lUnthletmiuin, dam Hyacinth b) Volun' r, urai.daiu Llnr, ,1am of Amem an Mar. Hosier and Dictator, bv Seelv on. ol the hest Metropolitan is ai.kitovv lolled to ami h man) the very l,rt nrert tuition ever foolKcliM 'h lorl.i, sold at the ed. Hlsfull sister sale lor J?,'"5 hlhvt price ever paid for n miles b) a hrMv.l mare at public sale neither of which were ever rmottd single, old at mihllc sale for $1, 5 averaging $ iu Itlooi Chief, Si lllood. ilia k Hawk dam Miss Duncan hj Scott's III jhljnd'r randam bv Arams, id dam hv Ilrnoleon Wool Chief sired' Woo lev fim 1 x) r innie Itoblnsoii 1 ao'J and Chlel 1 Jl'j Hlood's Hlack I lawk sired the dims of Von A r nun i u1 and Almoin, Jr , a at ami randam of Helle HrasficM 1 to and i'lotiene j 3. Kingo'it is is'- - handa high and extremely fine mid stylish Will make the season of 'yi ut my stahle ut Morelaml, a miles North of lliistonv llle, on the llustoiivilleand Dniivillepike, Mt $10 to Inatirt) a Living Colt. Lien reUlntl on nil colts Ifnnre Is retare.1 to another liorv or traded mone) will he due. (Jrass furnished nt $150 per montn Cure taken toprevent accidents or escapes but no responsibility should nil) ocur I haveemplojeil O A. Hoover of Kingsville.l'a He has put ) horses In to drive for me this the t 10 list. I have a splendid track and will handle a feu horses besides inj nwri at reasonable prices Per particulars address, W b lOJIA.M, Morelaud, Ky. Dam.JOKITK, ': n 1 Metro-iMilita- ii, jju.cU b) Morve lioiwr 1st dam Sloci. n are, t. b by Majnum Hon urn Dictator, the sir of t.corsc I Mela lair, lor mar y 111 ism urns and ieall nev years laBiui-he- d at the stud until became t. cr had a chant Kenttick) thn it vrars old and havuu tap t had lev than that time hut J 1 fiai and at f(Mls, and onlv fsr ol them were nit ri we lew ulinms imparl more pee I i brsvdmaro his descendants, and bsnsidc. theyhnve em j ranee ciHnbiiied with level heads. lie is t'V r better list, trotters an f tire of all in the 1 Ilwtroiurs are headed 'i Jav Ke 4 tweets. Sn' j n, I'hallas j m'., Director 117. Ut .1 not know auothstr stallion that lsas Ihreijmi' peed and Humher ut hea. iMls with the same Jay K)(Sk has si heats better than triMted t v, Dire toror57 a ltd l'hallas 4K, total nf i'j heats in a to better The returns of this year's trotlin,- - willhw not 41W breeds uri throuzh his sum that Dn.tal.r and daughters, hut ulsn his raiHvos are putttr i .1 tinmher of horses in theltolMt His ami. Col. Dick Loonier 1, Ilambrick, has J, Cummaiidtr Director' Junius i, I'halln a. Pretender and !.nilmi-leu .or, 1, Delineator sired ly trotters t brie d daughters promisrf make Jin marcs 'lhey have prnduied Drawn, Libert, Keller 1 bonus. Kvenmt; Star, (iarnet. Last Chance, Nincy Hanks, Northw est, VictonaW ilkes. Mattie Solomon ami Wilhains Markets by I)ire tor has a record of a n't and Nancy Hanks has third heat made in a race, and arecurdofa His grandson, she a never been heaten by l'hallas hat put J in the list. Phalli 1'hallene a jo and Virtni..s mont Girl J J7V 1 tl)i LlsehtiKk Record. Oeorje Dictator ma black stallion, 15 hands 1 hih, foaled in 1SJ4, is a handsome fellow and will certainly sire estreine speed He washred for a He will stand (Treat slock horse l'llutjr j. S 01 man Jj we of I.ula the dams of Norvnl t 17)., 14, May (.hieen t M.-i- t Nornson Madiur . 1 ' 1 , 1 n 1 ifrt-a- (.on-dol,- t, ii', 11 I'hil-lamo- aocAir. ) to w tm ilf.Jm if C&tefo & H-'-- x 1 ITS - s R I F mhm a(N, Five Splendid Jacks, . ttf ca - ,a4 AjJsmiMWm . f Ajfwriafo.. 'k'iijMttU ,.&.qit Jn, t -a. V a.,.1 . ,i ra-- a ..Sw! liruoSja l.ae.. ,JltjJ