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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892031801 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 1892 $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-WeeklVOL. XX. GROVER CLEVELAND y Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 18.1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. NO. 6 - .THK. j Plainly Slates His Position on the Presidential Contest. d In answer to a letter from Gen. Bragg, author of "We love Mr. S. Cleveland for tliu enemies lu has made," t announce bin -ktnn the t;( uulldacy for tho iircM!ofttial(iioiiilim-;xt4ii)rnM)Htnrflmil;lnhiH position In tlio tion, oral least Mate I.H'Utlttw. Mr. Cleveland writes m fol- -j under a leconfdatc: "I have thought until now i u"Ki .ontitine silent mi the subject which, under the high sanction of your position Kd-war- 5Kl n The Medical department of the LouCircuit court convened here Mon- Mr. John Kirhy lias received his commission it U. q. in this isville University graduated 102 young duv. : A l.Vinnh snow lies on thu ground district ami will be nigiied to duty this doctois this wuek. Thursday .fudge C. K. Klncnid-inow thejeg- - hoiweek. importation ot The fruit car will Ik on the south Would call especial attention this week to their iv.-islative eorrespondent of the Covington Tho new not of horns linvi? nrrivcil Gents' Hoys.', Youths' and Children's read) made ' hound local freights on Wetlneslav8. n,i tj10 ,t,,t)0in of the recently orgau- - Iot. There have been 07 inarruure licens- The prohibition law of Itowau has JiV(,H of m igrigg --VM N'fl Iwuwl by County Clerk Miller since fMLg? been repmliil, o fur hk the House is m.j,.,i,orhiod miserable. l(m j JBlJB.. September last. ,Mr and Mn. ltolfit Klkin, of a ciincerneil. uilham PeaM-- , who iroM to death Gov. Hrown ha sisnwl the fioebel isvllle, were hero ttim week to attend They are faultless in cut, perfectly m.ik' and cli partly trimmed and u,,. funeral of Mrs. T. A. Klkln. Mia lottery bill.and now w(K- be unto hiui near here Monday niaht, leaves a wife also receied 25 do. Men's extra at iabulouslv low pricL. We t t Anna Goodlo ban been ijuito ill forsev-er- who In anywiso conueriw hhuolf with and two mown c.iildren. i t J line oiiK anu anu i ccic Lrc c aeuinnc aim j our in-- t laiiu hearts in Mm Allen iiinifKillmlv nnu lirin the octopus days. the new Spring shacks, the handsomest line of Tics ever offered in The hill ll.xinv the pay of the jire- - at hivinuston. while a school girl at Uo3as toy 'fellowdeinoernt and We understand that an tllort will true and be nude to reorganize tho company of oiding ollloersof tho Hodh and Senate ton ate a small bit of Oneen Victoria's btJWlord. in your relation ami trusted Mend, you ptefsuit to ma. State (SimicU in Liiicaster. The boys of the (tcnaral Assembly at J10 a day wedding cake. I have new drew James Dsllew, who has been in jail If, in answering your questions, uniforms, guns, etc, and pased the House. for some time charged with shooting at A bill to repeal local option in Iiu-remight only coiiHider my personal desires we horv they will succeed. ltocl;witle, Clay and Owsley lias Town Marshal Snodgr.i, has been re- We have opened and my Individual env and comfort, my Sam Dunn, who him ceti working 50 pieces of Foreign and Domestic Ginghams and promptly" miuK and !.. ll... n been reorttil favorably from committee leased, there being no witness since the Outing Cloths, in both the dark and light shades, voiced by every one reap Jtiso would be .' it ...t.l.. .11. ..I i i.ii'i; nveiy miiijh", iihij 'C....a. of reliuiou and morals, and onlerwl to death of .Snodgrat. . .1. 1.. ... ....... ..it.t np (Il4tlf.nl .1 HllllUIIUUt'llMBl IITOIIIIH"""' ........... day and was burled in the l.anramer seen them the handsomest ever displayed in the market; and Twenty the or thirty ease's of minor who has Hecoud readiuvr. tv. But if you ate rijiht In iuppo-iii- j of Imil a severe all wool and wool filling Henrietta, "Bedford Cords, Cemetery. lie importance have been disposed of during our Silk Warp, A hurglnr entered tho room of Repthat the subject is related to n duty )neumonl.i. Dunn eume here from Fancy Colored Henriettas, Scotch Weaves and resentative I). W. Tribble and .stole $50 the tlret three dnys of court. Owing to Chevcron Cords and owe to the country and to mv party, a Suitings in all the new Spring shades are unsurpassed. nch prihave Camels Hair . ondltion exist" which makes from his breeches pocket. The colonel the ugly weather many witue-se- " Mr. JoneHfaul that she never know gave chase, but did not catch tho niscal, lieen un.ilde to reach town. W,e have also opened 50 doz. Ladies' fine quality Swiss ribbed and conflidiatious entire-- y what a vate and personal cood hushand she lo.t until h1 e plain weave Vests, in low neck and sleeveless, and in high neck and lrrele-.in- i. Seven petitions for divorce came up . and away goes 10 days' hard work. yt heard IiIh fitnei.il eoruion preached. uents and umidrcn s lios-t- o refrain fnmi I emmot, however, Sicker Mooie has been "counting in court this week, none of which went long sleeves; a spienctici siock 01 Joiii'H did not act wisely; he. hid his cantrial, on account of irregularities in icry, Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves, Gents's and Hoys' Neglige and and indicating a quorum" after thelte i) to you that my experience In the dle under a bunhel when his wife wan uiuthod, drawing the petitions, or manner in ' White Shirts, Ladies, Gents .Hoys and Children s Shoes. of the United should at Frankfurt, but he gioat olllre of president around, mm many a xootl and worthy man Our stock of Table Linens, Towels, Toweling, Napkins, White that the democrats of thfftoun-tr- which the evidence was gotten up. states has ho huprewd me with the hart done htfore him. put their feet in an emphatic manner The Washington correspondent of Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, etc., are all complete of the tmst and it Hwful reThe kitchen to tho luunNotne resion that system of parliamentary rulings, the Covington Tost in a half column spe- and are to be sold at the lowest cash prices. We especially invite sponsibilities that I ennnot brine myself dence of It. II. B.t"ou, on I.extnulon avto regard a ciindhlacy for the place an enue, caught tire Monday nod it was by and hewHre. He is presiding over a dem- cial to his paper, speaking of the popu- Cash buyers to come and see cs, as we keep no books and we make somethinsf to b won by HTinl ttife the hnrdast Hulitinn that the Imildiuj: ocratic Legislature, in a democratic larity of our own McCreary, pays in price for rich and poor alike. J. S. HUGHES. looking around for timState. mil active wdf assertion. wasKaved. The funiture and household Mr. Hays, of Itoyle, has introduced ber no better could he found than Gov. I have aMan Idea that the preldon-- . d eflectM were removed ami are Iwdly a bill, to give free choice and free compe Mc('r ary. eminently the peopled oiHce, is pie hv the hatv handliuK. Last Sunday shortly after the pas tition on school Ixsiks to Ik- selected by and I havu lnin sincere in my constant The Kentucky I.eu'lAlature Invited idvocacy of the elleetive participation Senator Hill, of New York, to pay them snperintfndeijt and county institutes, senger train had started Pleas Baker and is very much like the Ohio law in jumped after his hat, which had fallen. in tMilittcwt aHuli on the pait of all citi- a and deliver an address upon J 1 thiH He estimates that ll,0C0 The train stopped at once and niter Babelieve tr zens. CoiiHNituiiitly, what aiibject and for what purpose is Ti, rriiii shall keep constantly on irr t1i j.... .i.y. I the choice "f unknown, iiiiIcm it uas to assist them in per annum on histories alone can he ker had gotten through rolling, picked i..w fni 5ni . Hbonlil iw,:herU in xw.i.. Vi;,Sj A stock of sjuedaml ptobftbly SIAO.OOO imr aunrm him up ami carried him to Brodhead, Hand a lull and complete j. their Mrty candidate and that they the rs.. occupation of killing where he soon afterward recovered. No fliC. IS wi i hemwdvus should mak nominations n time, 'l'liev di not seem to have prollt- -I on all book. bones broken. Tom Watkins, of the Courier-Jourdirectly a ! eouistnt with own, -ir ed by what they Mtw ami hwud of tho a It..'.. . moth-is'mM i.... ,3. ...... I ! n I, and Henry Woulfollt, . of thu Dan4113 JIIV1J1I1I11UI1 111 WU1 4 Ill'OMUJ I mid fnll jMrty orioiiibwtlon.and X 1 constitutional uouvoutinn. 9,111 bS, sue. Isaac Snodgrass was acquitted at his ville Atlvocatu, were in the Senate France in lb'.U had IM'i torpwlo I Hwk of tht"u things lly for tln nioruiug and aked a friend why examining trial Saturday for the killing p J Q . advising you that my con- - htats; Kiiulaml Itni; (lernimiy 1.0; Italy that IkmIv dui not lM'gin business. "They of his brother KmmcU on March the 5th. OO O purpo-co- f LIU lu"; Kut.a l.V.'. China (!'; Auttrin Oft ceptlou f the nature of the presidential are wuititiK f"r a minister to open the The case was called Saturday- afternoon, .My stock of ;K. Jap.n , Urn.il IH; Chili lfl; itti.'e and my conviction that the voter Turkey session with prayer." was the. reply. before I'olicv Jiuii'e J. G. Cnrtor. Jurine the United States '. KiiIhiuI has IU7 f MirliMitr should be free in the "elec JUi Ml JtUJLJtt X get out of lime," Lilr being detained at home on account; ML .&Jl'UJW,.fc.&, 0C than the Lrnited "Come on. Tutu; let's might cftnilldnten. prerlude . the more tojKtlo lrOt tion of their call on one ot tJie deatti ot nisson. Alter the ex- -i Woolfolk, "they . ..!. . wid f -, i.... .. I t ..I I I ioi pofrtftillity of my leading ami iiiKliiiut nuiici., innuim khohki hui nmnn u- ami nation of piobnbly 40 witnesses and Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of what we lack in numberh we make up of us," and was about to leave the chain"S-1"" u,uu""ia chuvhss for the preid.na l aui:iii; mr. iiiohas he was stopped and ie.iuire.1 the case argued by G. W. McClure for V" "V" ,u" l courHrf-- . and pluck is an iniH)rtaut el- - her when . n. UAUUft '" " tial noinination.,cven if I had a desire to by his friend to lemain and attend the Commonwealth and C. C. Williams enwm in a num. ' be nviiu a candidate. was submitted to the!m the ground that he and for the defense, it adoiu one in everv ten iiinusauu oi prayeis, probably needed tying for. ltelieving that the complete (Uiprcma. court, who found the defendant justifia- - . pi. fliinn- - Watkinx of this country is nblii of democratic principles iiwuik in the women hie in what he did. The e ideueeshow-e- d Frankfurt Capital. people, I iimidnUy to spoil a seal skin sack, and yet . rented Iwpplms to our an uirlv state of a Hairs between the LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY earnestly anxious for the siiccpsh ot the the country is thicatcucd with war to (LATE ALEXAN'OKK'S HOTEL. . . brothers had exited for some time, at Is still protect tho seals in Behriug S'.i, whose , am confident succeparty po far as the deceased was concern-headTheallnble Hr. Burdett, 'of Biod-furs are intended to adorn tile persons of AND within our reach, but believe this is a is again among us, and at the'i- - It showed that Kinmett had been thoiightfulness and thu rich and which are wholly beyond timi. fordemocratie Day. George A. Irew attempting on every opcbmoii to pick a $2.50 house of his son deliberation, not only an to candidates, thn reach of the poor. But thon, the quarrel with Isaac ami on the day of Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Hous.. . inkMii .if ti.i. A..HHI.U tniii i... .... iii.tn if jtt . . but concerning puty action upon ijiiw t lead, to tinaucial j Col. Silas Adams ariived from Frank- - their fatal meeting on the highwnv Em-fruin and to the wan-i- c LOUISVILLE, KY. turns of iminene interest to the pitriotSaturday, went to Ctdumbia .Sunday mett tired the lirst shot. of the laud, w ho ton destruction of the livra of hundredH W. R. LOCAN, and intelligent voteis Wednesday evening Chris Langford, and returned this evening in line Hpir-thonsands of mteful titUH't. the! watch for an asirancr of eafety A. V. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall,, Clerks. commercialltraveler, a colored boy, came to town and repor- t' -- Kuncral services were held at the it. That splendid price of their confidence and supjvort. residence of Capt. T. A. Klkin, near Lieut, .'antes K. Chilton, of Ixuisville, ed that he liad foiiml a man dead in the Hhovkk Ci.kvkuvno. Yours truly, this place, at 10 o'clock Tuesday mortv turned at the Wilkinsou Hotel this snow bv the roadside. Upon GO TO tion by a coroner's jury, who were sum- Corn Field. ing, on the occasion of the death of bin week. America's Great There is a good deal of sicklies and inoned, and lepaired to the spot, the wife, Mrx Annie Timberlake Klkin. An In ejght States of.thc Pnin last some deaths lately. Mrs. Betsy King, body wa found to be that of William of the coin excellent whs delivered by thertj were grown died a few days since; Pease, who lived near Pine Hill. He1 namely Iowa, Illinois, Misdoun, der J. (J. Frank, after which the lenmins on Biuh Creek, C. Brown died last Thursday left thi place Monday evening on horse-Mrs. John Nebraska, Kmiw-- , Indiana, Ohio and weie interred in the cemetciy. Mrs. Kliwibeth Bryant hick in company with James Mcllargue total number of lnif.li-- ) ICIkiu was universally admired for her of pneumonia; Mrs. Kentuckv. The died Wedm day of consumption. Mrs. and two other neui and had not been were"l,:Jhti,0J2,tXX) ' ',,cl tmH h' i'Miwt deportment, amiabiPty and conla in a fence cor- -' of isistent cliristian life. Her Iom is deeply Doc Prewitt and Mrs. Lucy Ann Sharp seen until found state lord patch grew over nor, coveied with snow, two mile. enst of now ciy low. recovery doubtful. i all the corn pioduced last year in the deplored and her family and friends, Well, we had a wedding in the par- this place. One of the panics lie left having a little j have the heartfelt sympathy of tho entire country, though lor of the Wilkinson Hotel on tho Nth. town with was saved fiom free.ing bv half the acreage. Iowa lend with tire community. was being picked up from tiie load and cm- Hen. ttieen Clay Smith tlnds time Mr. Hardin Sweeney, of Bourbon, t."O,s.7O00, wblU' Kentucky is at the married to MUs Kuinia, daughter of ried into a house, but no one knew that other end with VJ,715,000. If the crop from his clerical duties to write some-o- f Squire I harles Troeni iter. The ceremo- Peas had fallen from his hor.e. I he year was put in wagon boxes wjMt extensively mm the gay and beperformed in his unique Btyle coroner's jury retained a verlict that holding W bushels, that Is ; "long ton" tjVe oiital of the Nation upon the Hub-o- f ny was to death. A jug by A. .1. (iibony, familiaily known thro', the man had fio.t-2,'JtO pounds per load, you would ject of politics. It would be well for the Gihonv, who nearly half full of whiky was found near out the country as "Dick" (j, T. V to keep an eye on their need ulmo- -t : millions, 01 exactly .'II,seems to have a monopoly of that kind the body. All tin ,u., cumliilntt. for the prtiil-n-y- , wngon t hoM it. for hi Mis. M. Purvin, of Simpson, 111., is of business in this section. horses and mules and asses in the t'nit- cumo within one vote of being nomina- visiting her daughter, Mr.. Marshall There was .1 case of false personation A. C. SINK J N.MKNEFEE i I on the ticket with Abraham Lincoln od States young ami oiu. wmini mnj this place. She had not been oacn iw away back in the days of tho war, and before County Clerk Ueorge A.'Prowitt, Smith, nea supply one draft animal tor A dilapidated female of here for L'o years. Charley Vanaisdallj wagons. Start the wagons oil' Iast or he might under lavomble circumstances the other dav. and obtained li- was up from P.irksville one day this West, and give 'i) feet and a quarter of le induced to accept Hccomi place on 10 personated a and tho intended couple were mar- week. Miss May Adams was n guest of I3ST one inch romlway for wagon, team and the democratic ticket this fall. If the cense vicinity. It U strange tha Mr. F. L. Thompson this week. Vick i.....u-n- J i.iinnifh not to run into each general will onlv come out to Kentuckv ried in the 111 Ol " is so much ignorance, among the Owens is tunning ns a news "hutch." other, and how far do you think the this spring and cast a line in the classic there rustic, running the risk of a tiip to on the N. & W. load in Vitginia. Dr. hue of teams would reach'.' The mean waters of old Dix river, he will lose all foi Philoiilcs of his taste for politics and be willing to to Frank foit, when a Gretna Giecn af- John M. Williams left Sunday liumuturof tlie earth is 7,1- adelphia, wlieie ho will enter the Mediwould he much safer. mid tho average distance around the Upend the remainder of his days in tish- - fair Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingle, Mouldings, brackets There was an organ agent around cal University of Pennsylvania. Mr. G. r.igm umea mg tor sinners and striped liass uailh is -- l,Nfi7; milus. Albright ami wife, of B.irboui ville, and Yerandah Work. here, who, in order to make his own in II. around the earth is therefore lus.sui t 11 MiiiiMAN, Tkn.w The growth of strument more h liable, vanned the or- catno down Monday with the intention it out you miles. Now if you will ligure 2TD It was of vititing relatives in ditiereut portions Teitn., in lmildings amf traf-li- gans generally in tlii. section. will II nd that the teams"hauling our hint llarriinan, ilsy between Saturday and Mon- - of the county, but tho weather was so has been steady and permanent and on the corn croj) iirianged in line The best selected stock and lowest pricts in Central Kentucky. year's of ourlendingcitizens, Joo had they leturned homo Wednesday. would form a low U.Sol the Increasing demand for lots for busi day that two oa above, of George Cie.-)- , who was - - nessiiud iii.iuufactuiing nui noses, hv laud Dull, got to discussing Jibe merits The remains Ollicc iiiiloK long, or eight strings of wagons p.uties fiom a distance desiring to locate, "d virtues of their respective organs, killed by the train at Winchester, Satin ! clear around thu worl I got their "dander" elevated mid lists day, were iuteried at Maietsburg Sunhas induced the 1mu1.1ge.munt to TlcClure, of l'hila -- Col. A. K. nouuee another land sale to take place were used and niissilea Hew, and there! day. Mrs. G. W. McClure and daugh ter, Be.ie, are at Parksville to attend that if Hill is nominated he on April IL'th, l.'lth and Nth, IS!):!. The was so much friction that heat was says and theru wits .danger of an thu wedding of Miss Josiu Brown, daughcarrv n singfe Noithein b'tato, ijueen A; Crescent routo quoted 0110 fare .iiiint for the touud-trifrom all its terminal explosion, but happily relatives uud oth- ter of Dr. W. A. Brown. not even New Y01 k. placed in points and ha requested all connec- er pjiticH interfered and no seiious It. K. MusgiMVo has been K. Woods has been appointed postan Indiana penitentiary to aervo ten tions to mime s.ime rate for this sale. damage was done, only a lip hud to have master at Wildie, Rockcastle county. yeais. Ho was convicted at Term Hiiutu See that your tickets read via. (Jiieen & surgical repair., and a pane of window That Heniy county lad who hanged glas was demoralized. of trying to Hwimllu ceitaiu life insur- Crescent Route. himself to escape a whipping promied His ance" compuiierf out of :n,000. Tho (ueen it Crescent I'oute will sell ho ticket at reduced rates on At Barbotirville, James mid Charles by n mother u pledge, by the way, that j Hchemu of attenlpting to show that account of Doram, who shot and killed Moses Gib- few mothers fill till has probably dishad been burned alive was original and the Confederate Veterans' Reunion on on the covered that he jumped out of a hypo- - j acquitted April ,Slh, at Now Orleans. For rates son, last summer, were vjiiio near succeeding. for 'the jury in thetical frying pan into an apocryphal SheritV Luwls and Deputy ami other inlormttlou call on ticket grounds of When the case of Polk Williams, who Hhot tire. Louisville Times. Caatorla ciirrs Colic, Conxtlpdtlon, Burkhait attempted to arrest Henry and agent at your station or wiito D. G. "CMtor la Lino well .dptl to children Ui- -t At Tifllu, Ohio, Walter Snyder, a Jaiiies'.L.inh.iui, near Coihiu, Sour Sloumch, piarrhcra. tiiiotatlon, Leslie county, for I recommenJ Brown, in G. l A , Q. k 0. Route, Cincin- and killed Frmik KIUs Worm., glveb lp, and promote d. clerk in a hardware More, Bitot Kdward II. A. Aaciua, M. D., disagreed and was discharged. known to mo." moonshinlu!,', thoy wore received with a nati. Witiiout Injurious medication. ill So. Oxford St., UrooVlyu, N. ?, Tho Madison county republicans L. Naylor, Burton W. Crobaugh and coupla of Winchesters. volley from Margaret Breut, of Paris, has instructed for Col. Bradley anil G. W. Thomas Downey and then committed Tb Cbktaur Compost, 7! Murrr Street, M. T. Lewis was slightly wounded in thescalp, falleu heir 4 e suicide. Two of his victims were fellow to $100,000 by tho death of Gentry for delegite.s from the fiitnlly but tho ofaceM returned thu tiro, Benjamin Page, her nephew, who died and for C. F. Buruaui and D. L. clorks, who had becu taken into partwounding Henry uud breaking Fnmk 3 nership, leaving him out iu the cold. in a New York insane asylum. Collier. More-keep- er ' s - NEW B rii : CASH STORE B to-da- J t. Lou-Iow- j 4J& Lj T" " jE. 0"M tjK" f i - al i.j hac it fellow-citi-en- ,' -' t l, FOR TH LADIES, ". . j . n-ii- jjr . . iii-d- - i 1 Stan-fon- l. 111f-T- 1 sol-innit- y y dam-ajte- - vi.-d-t 1hs-pi- e re-pe- ct. A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER: ? 1 -- i f- -n !... "- yes-enla- y I i Drugs and . L-11- LVS aa Toilet Articles Glass, Books, J Id JltJl y UJuUSUfc) -- . sell-m-kln- g - ! i 1 - 1 THOROUGHLY RENOVATED THK WIIXA IB IMPROVED. e, iami. AJ f : ... in-la- Rates Per oit - j j 1 Manager. j - inve-tiga- -1 j x-a- - two-third- s t3Tf; JB9 1 ErOSJir3E3 1 t1 V j :- -- FOR . to-d- ay two-third- a en-ov- er j Seed Oats, Clover Seed, And all kinds of jFicltancl j la-- t ; j n -, j GARDEN SEEDS & DBAL3ES 1 Ui-e- r SINE MENEFEE, - , SESIi DOORS END BLINDS. W2EE SXAT FEITCB. c WOVEET m ! , and Yard Depot Street, Stanford, Ky. ,Ui-u- d del-phi- a, n ( j iUi;IM Infants and Children. self-defens- A. ft s, 11 rt Mra. SUto-at-larg- leg. T Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Tub executive committee of the Press Association, Col. E. Polk Johnson, of the - :V, - I E"v Frankfort Capital, chairman; H. K. 1892 Woolfork, Danville Advocate; Harry March Is, Stanford, Kv., McCarty, Jessamine Journal; J- F.Poyn-ter- , T. . Watkins, Shelhyville Courier-Journa- l, met in Frankfort and P. fixed Mav 10 and 11 for the next meet ing of the editors. Col. John O. Hodges, of the local committee, says the social good. : programme will include a ball by the Joe Craig, of Bourbon county, is 7 mayor, a luncheon at Maj. McDowell's, feet o inches tall, and weighs IMAI nipped and a banquet at the Phicnix. The lit- pound. Gov. Bi'ckskr, who, in his Tho Standard Oil Company's trust is honesty and ilyotion to principle and erary programme is as follow: Miss Bell, Georgetown Times Subject to about to be dissolved, owing to the hosafter tin. mold of tin duty, is much AND. has just returned from Wash- be chosen by herself; It. W. Brown, Lou- tile legislation in Ohio. Lou- isville Times "Beginning in JournalA child of James Coons, of Clark ington, and on bein interviewed in isville, .nave utterance to these noble ism," Frank Bell, Hopkiusville Xew county, while eating bread got choked words, which we most heartily endorse: Kra "The Country Correspondent;" G. and died in 30 minutes. : The inilroads have already fixed the "My own opinion is that Mr. Cleveland B. Waahburue, Wine and spirit lteview "Advertising Agencies;" J. If. Mair, rate to the two National Conventions ought to be renominated, regudlesj of at one faro for the round-trip- . the tight in New York. The democracy Kentucky Homestead "The Make-uwarring of a Paper, Mechanical and Otherwise;" Nicholas Logan, of Shelby villi', aged ought to rise up and 6ay to the will nominate Clove-lan- d J. M. Bichflidson, Glasgow Times "The 17. shot and killed Thomas Tolbert, a politicians: 'Wo Ci'ukIick, Siiir, Soft and we will elect him in spite of Exchange Fiend;" Jos. Altsheler, Cou- colored boy, while under the inllueiice your quarrel.' That is a platform upon rier Journal "What the City Daily of liquor. Jim Coibett has covered SuIHvhii's which we could co before the country Wants From its Country Correspond, ami the tight for 10,0()0 a side and sweep it from one end to the other. ents;" Trey Woods m Owenshoro Mes3vJr lliuhcat of the peo- senger "Management of a Daily in a ami a purse of M,000 will be before the nilAinCream ofTartrr IU ire t.ilcst I mt(Hl SutiM Mr. Cleveland is so strong with leacni tre.K.h lioNcrmiii'iit K'. Hciiri. can be ignored. Small City." In addition to these, the Olympic Club, New Orleans, Sept. 7. ple that the politicians rnvm-- co., royal Dr. S. F. Smith, editor of the TruthThe mere fact that his has been the only annual oration will be delivered by Mr. 11' Wull nrfi't, New nrl democratic administration since the war; A. Y. Ford and the annual poeir will be ful Witness, and late candidate on the & that it was honest and able; that it was read by Miss Daisy Fitzhugh, of tho Lex- people's party ticket, for lieutenant governor, dropped dead near Frankfort. economical; that it broke up rings nnd ington Lpiider. emphatic The notorious Foley boys, of Pulas- House and Lot in Crab Orchard. truets, and that it was his Wk knew it was inevitable, but we ki county, who recently tiied to assassidemocratic ;rin-clpl- e of the j:rat offer for rnl my hoi nf tine I'nnn 4ml lot nl of tarill reform which set the peo- did not think it would come so soon. nate Frank Martin and John Hardin, of four acrc, corner of Stunfntd and )nH iirrett. Crab Orchard. It hi noud Ur, Bro. .Sampson, of the B.ubourville Her- Boyle, have been arrested at Somerset. crltn .tml ple to thinking and resulted in the l a very drlrM place. A4ia ald, doesn't call any names, but the way was given two years .MRS. i;V.V IVAHD, (Voiti Milt Kendall I.:ilii:H : sweeping victory of the last CongressionCrjb Orchard, Kjr. " contemand his sou Milt was acquitted at al e ection, would make it impeach our he goes fir his Atnl Lincoln CHty 10 call i.!. uiin the haaUit himI clieaprat line al WAI.I. 1'Al'UKever (tend t the ple"f eiitrl Ki'iilucky record to pats him by and pick up a porary is a caution. In double leads he Georgetown for the part they took in the comparatively unknown man. We must siys: "Things have developed here of tragedy in which two men weie killed HOTEL AW 1) SALOON - - - DANVILLE, KY. At A. E. GIBBONS', make the light on taritl' reform. We late and ciioiiin.stJiice.s have inaterializ on the street. A f KOW A Xl He Can aln t VARNISHKS. ,Vr , mlMoiay wkaletalr i.h tlehe.l I'MSIs, o buildiug bill, intendThe liavo shown that we can win on it, and ed to such a state of existence that thiuus heuaem 'It Si ttair nit 1.1 bi thnr oarnwofV can aWay dn better hy (tttin advlec liom which should have been known 10J ed ultimately to supply public post oflice we must not ignore popular sentiment an epr ei. . in.' irari at man, and orllces by overlooking the only man we have mouths ago, will soon b laid bare to the buildings' for all presidential itetr tnv frame tlotl Oct your Combinations Complete and Sivc Money. The people of this vicinity, wnen the recoipw amount to sS.OUO a I on rtntlor '..ile pr ih n ate now renting at andj public. who has had a chance to put it Salc Koun. ni'all 1. n a ha uimmi and per m.iiuh. It the people with the weight of executive some of them to their utter surprise, will year, passed the Senate. ler btiSnfK, hniu ' Ifrwinal point on a oivta It !. tftvd well, ttanlc coal Last week the wife of Christian ion nf the I. K utterance." There U nothing of the very soon learn that a wolf in sheep's o itl.itllin. AHr boutv .nd other ne. in Caldwell, a colored farmer of Oraugo-burr in Gov. Buck- - clothing is in our niiilit, and a C 1K- - MAI m n rs ,? a Kl kkll.l.. SUiilord trimmer or aryb P30 A-- '4 1" ' hvtu tf H" gave With to fourbu-hied- , form has some time walked om county, S, C, ner, He is a man and such an one an human Cvxj B Xf SKmi KmT all boy- -. Atlant accouuts thrne of 3f ought to be sent to the national conven- streets and often dirkened bnr doors. MISS LICCJE BEAZLEY, A district This is no child'-- ' play. We know where- tho boVB were alive and doing well. tion from the C'unpKti-CliildtoOne t and lllo-MtllS, Hoys' ami 'J hoe. F. Bayard has! delegate's place, for which the Louisville of we speak and are able to back up and s " As we are wiitten an open letter to tho democrats ' Times snggists him, is too small for n lay bare' those .tntoimnts Steerta. C"tner Mjiii and we awnit with im- of the country on thusilver question, in man of his commanding influence and not onto the racket patience to know what devilish, dark which hu warns the advocates o free ability. and dunning crime the nuijo is guilty coinage that they are playing with' tire. The Barbourville Herald notes the Thk Hill hippo lrom drew like a cir- of. Kvvr brought to the Mud of tin tounty. AUo large ami well 4 th m. who iihjiiiVi',( imtiic m death of the wife of lion. John U. Jar-cus in its tour of the rfouth. The people stock ol Custom Madi and astt rn assoitt-Ma. A. Y. Foitn contributes an inter vi- -, of pulmonary Vatarrh .She was iii " came out in vast crowds to see the ele like he esting article on Kentucky lotteries for veurs member of the .Methodist church (ill iO phant, or who wrtainly looks e.tues.mv h times, .u nwi wiey mini ami is spoken of ns an excellent woman. will prove such to the democratic party, 1h. J3lxvVuX517, schools, roads, libra-t.i..Aritu The president has pardoned Jordan nnd listen to h's nice little speeches, churches factories, Masonic lodges, and did much oth- - Owens, ot Pulaski county, for violating ". Hr tnniMl so as lo catch 'em Tohlve ytur rhoto(tn(t,h, mad, Y..., ,n n.d For both ladies and gentium. n. Ci'l .unl t lmine onr stock before ......liinl.li.- iAh1 .l.ilijk lb jfiKVikltfWill.lil ucviii-inici- i you vsi and eivc o otleufco that i -- ill aUiya the iuternal revenue laws, .the .,. . si'cominc and a'gwine. Gov. Hill Was tr ITcUIUtuii- um - make piClnrr- 0 all MiiU..tioFi purchasing your Spting (toods. '"to a mere gambling and swindling being a technical one, ami, also even from the miirM ptxtmrxcrfved with enthusiasm, but he and the diifen-H- t life tlte ortiait ii crarw. water not construe this as device. The bill to exterminate them , Peel, of L" ........1... lor iolatuig t li. pOs()jti(naitrU his managers must mvcj Legislature, is tal laws Mill par you tu tee mm NeiHre want enlarEi-tlevidence that the people are willing to which has just passed the ContractliiR with any one lo have it made, n he i Lieut. J. II. Hetheringtou, of the lcatl here J ml will alwa be time to cite tutu- swap Cleveland for him. Crowds go to very sweeping .and the indications are go, but the companies United States navy, has been found faction. iy AJ kaup, Stanford, K see public men like they go to any other that they must do not intend to give up without a tiug- - guilty of willful murder by the coroner's .GO TO. kind of show, to gratify their desire to H. Cattleman A (i. t.anhain to the courts to sus- - jury at Yokohama, for shooting Ocorge Juhn see them. Harrisou'e tour of the South j s'e nd will alleged right. Gower Kobinson, whom ho suspected of resulted in many ovations, but no one fain their to being intimate with his wife. claims that the crowds which went A ft Kit being once sentenced to 21 democrats to Harrison years for the The statement which has appeared eee biin, changed murder of Wm. Burnett Hill's speech before the and once given a life sentence, J03. Dor-e- inBdyeral p.iprs that the grand jury men. Gov. Paris parties who unMississippi Legislature was a carefully on his third trial at Louisville goes had indicted the "Model Grocery" for lawfully detained Kditor Moore, is pre Hnd thoughtfully prepared one. It was acquit of the terrible crime commitmature. No final action has been takeii-i- u Bound on the tariff, severe in its arraign- ted at the ! picnic in July, the matter. UeorgHtown Times. ment of the republican party and an IS'.h). Hanging is only good for poor unjly While attempting to save the life of eloquent appeal for folks and negroes in this country. A thorough organization of all its man with money enough to pay shrewd John Hright, the wife murdeier lyneln d and a forces, but never a time did he define his lawyers to tight the courts and juries at Forsythe, .Mo., Deputy .Sherilf Cha. MAN'AOKKS, losition on the vexed stiver question. through all the devious ways and hair- Williams was shot and killed in tho Nine of the mob have been Commerce Building, Louisville. It was a grand speech though, which splitting technicilities, need never feel court-rooSends the Legislature complimented in eulo- the halter draw or don the convict's identified and a posse is in pursuit Aenti lhrout;liout the South. foes gistic resolutions, but it h doubtful if ga'b. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. will get paid for his trip the governor W. A. TRXSBLE, Local Agent, Si'Kakeh Moouk has announced his and trouble. The Solid South is for Senator I'M Parker has rut.irned '0 SI AN r OK I). KY Cleveland and purity in politics. Ma- candidacy for district delegate to the his poet of duty at Frankfort. politicians and machine methods National Convention fiom the !)th, hut seven inches deep chine The snow whs are d'stasteful to the honest yeomanry. the Maysville Bulletin says he can't be Wednesday morning and 10 Thursday. (elected because cf his Hill proclivities. W. C. Pitman and ".Smiling" Dave WAI.I At! SI Kl.i:. l'ro'r; Large and Krc-.l- i Stock of Tub Congressional committee that ac- The Newport Journal adds: "It is safe Jackson l.dt Monday night for LouisRepresentaKentucky will not ville. to write it down that companied the remains of CAMNITZ, MaiiB'r, since the resignation of Dick Hartive Kendall to their last resting place at send one Hill man to Chicago." The IlLsTONVII.I.K, Ky Hill men are not in it in this Statu. The bin the Wefct Liberty, Kv., did not have a picInn had no marshal and Thoroughly refilled and refurrmlwJ and fully nic by any means. The members had to only way they can get to the convention seems to bn getting along ju-- t about as irt.'Mirtd in atteml 1. thu want of I In- unlL- A go CO miles across the mountains from is by assuming to be for Carlisle, but well as if it did have one. tine SAMI'l.r. ROOM atuched Onion Sets, leans, Teas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; Morehead, with a raging blizud blind ihev will be watched mighty close even Common pleas court is in session , also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and tj1L, roads almost long. Cots. J. ing them and the with a ducket n HOUSE, Mattocks. hie. They had to procure gum txints A. Craft and !!. K. Howling are about Bko Ai.oKit, who thinks he is running the most of the way, and attorneys present and foot it the only visiting K. It. IUIjBY,- Proprietor, Collars, Haines, Collar l'ad, Trace Chains Uridks, Halters, &c when they got back to Washington sev- for the republican presidential nomina- ' The republicans went through the Kentucky. eral were sick and all completely worn tion, is explaining his war record, which form of holding a cut and dried conven- London, & would put has been pronounced anj thing but good. out. A few more such jaunts have moved in my new Hotel and am Uttti tion here Monday and instructed for H is nesting his time and not edifying prepared than ever to aciommodate the piililic, a stop to the practice of sending out such their dulegitcs to the Republican Na- Uoed I.ueryatt iched and every convenience (live me a call. which in many cases has the people in his effort, and he had as tional Convention. Bro. Dyche had a committees, FRANK RII.KV. 77 delegate and will shamefully and scandalously abus- well go to. Benjamin has tin cinch on r for distiict been the nomination to succeed himself and ed. get there in the wind up loo as yon will .NOTICKTO THK will likely gt it on the first ballot. At ee. Wuknew something whs wiong in leist our jovial friend, Col. William PUBLIC. Hand Saws, It is a considerable pleasure to the Hames, Bradley, says so, and he generthis oflice, but we couldn't place it, unwriter to read your editorials in favor of Horse Shoes, Key Hole Saws, delightful publica- ally knows whereof he atlirini. til a budget of that am I hive opened In (trover Cleveland for president. inne Ik.ii with my Hole), tinHor.se Shoe Nails, Axes, Iatchets, tion, the Congressional Record, sent by for him tirst, last and all tho time. The Horse lirushes, Hammers, Thk State convention ought to be held our ever attentive representative, Gov. county may instruct for Carlisle, but it J traces. Hits, Cuny Combs, McCreary, put in its appearance yester-da- in Louisville. Fraukfoit is out of tho U decidedly my opinion, laying aside Hog Ringers. Drawing Knives, A It "hadn't been coming to this of question and Lexington is almost as of State pride, that Hog Kings, Spirit Levels, fice and there was a certain nameless much out of tho contest. Kven Louis the democrats of Laurel county are for First-Clas- s 1 'lanes, Mattocks, Steel Traps, consequence, that its villi?, with her hotel capacity of live but aching void in Grover all the way through. nd offer the erviccof it to the piihlic. llrand Shovels, Spades, Mouse Traps, dispelled and brought joy times as much as both, will be hardly arrival has George C. Thompson, who has been now vehicle and (rush Llnedcd hv.rm mate iny Sand Taper, to us all. In the lan- able to accommodate the crowd of boys confined in jail here since hut circuit ttabli' cuinpaic With Hay Knives, Forks, und happiness Lap Rings, Repair Links, guage of ye olden time editor, we place in the tienches, if they come in the large court awaiting thfa action of tho court Tho Best in tho Country. Trace Chains, (iii- me u call. Rope, Twine, Dog Collars. A Nice line Cutlery. it on our exchange list with pleasure numbers they did to the convention la- -t of appeals in his case, in which he was! I' V. ORKKN, I'mpnetor and extend the MY of brotherly greet- Mav. AI. HURNS, Manager sentenced to two yenrs in Die penitening. It couldn't be Speaker Mills, but the tiary, has had his case reverseil and will days be a free man again, until A wbitkr in the Kentucky Post from Texan is dead sure to be Senator Mills. in a few There will B. A poll of the Legislature, which is to next circuit court anyway. Washington suggests Gov. James and meet March III to elect a U. S. Senator, be no trouble for him to giye any McCreary for the STANrOKI), KY , amount of bond required. pays him a haudsomeaiid deserved trib- shows that 7." members are for him tirt, The democrats of this county oris wort liy of any of- last and all the time, more than aie for ute. The governor HKAI.KK IN- ganized a club to lie known as the John uutiring Chilton and Culbertson together. lice, being capable, reliable and IJ. Cattleman Democratic Club of Laurel, in his duties both to the public and to i luiw H at reiinvnteil Thk Texas legislature Nit down heav- liibt Monday, and enrolled over CO uanies in Thi' chargeI, and t iMendand refurnished, m an to safto condui t it my his constituency. He is one of the ily on a resolution to invite Hill to ad- of prominent democrats from all part of not only iiiiuitain il luirh reputation, nut to add atioiiimoda-tionafest and best all around men in Congress dress the'body. The Lone Star State the county. It. M. Jackson was made to tU long Hit o; fiirnd. Special tine moms for commercial travnlera and be called up and he is as certainly to AND DONE. gave Cleveland at the last election president; John Pearl, secretary, and tlieitUploy of samples. higher as he lives. majority over Harrison and she still Dr. T. P. Caldwell, tieasurer. The obaTAll wok warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. A ticket-Gro- ver holds him in fond remembrance and ject of the club is of course to fonua An ideal presidential And lill.MAHU and l'OOL ROOMS attached. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods . l body of workers for the purpose of bring- JObEl'H WH It V. Cleveland and Simon Bollivar JJuckner. hopes to vott, for him again. pie-ea- W. WALTON. SIX PAGES. Ing before the people the object of democracy in a way in which the principles A howling norther in Texas dropof the party may bo more thoroughly ped tho mercury in one hour from 70 to understood than at t. Whenever 1)1. this is done the time will not bo far disg, Mrs. J. A. Williams of Harrods-burtant when Laurel county will be ranked has a gsurd that will hold l!l gal- among the democratic e Miotics of the lons. State. The $125,000 shortage in the Falls Citv Bank at Louisville has been made NEWSY NOTES. Li-d- .t NEW : TOCK, THE LATEST and STYLES. p 1 POWDER 1 Absolutely Pure it..i(i 1 All Sizes and. Shapes. HXGGXKTS. FOB. IBESTT, & IvI'ROBKRTS 1 "carpet-bagger- tl WANTED. Five Tliottsr.iu! Geiitleiuan v Slanforcl rf I post-otlic- e . la-a- - time-sarve- ii-- ml g rrjr State-at-larg- .llilliuor ami Dress Sinker iyss nci d $ ftt lf CLOTHING r9 lvit d 1 .. 11 ''' - er 1 f i. EAEP, , - c fr i ; !. 11 trt h- - W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. -- apf-ea- l ROYAL LIVERPOOL. A. A.' ey insurance Company, AARREN'S hod-carrier- BAREEE&CASTLEMAN N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and Onion Sets, White m. Luudrelh's and Ferry's Garden and Packages; also J and Jlahes. in BidU THE VEND0ME HOTEL I JUST RECEIVED. 1 II.It. ton - - GARDEN SEED FARHIS KARDXJSr. imp.i-.-a-- half-mil- e THE RILEY - 1 de-tr-ed walk-ove- SHELF HARDWARE. 1 -- TRAVELING 1 - v. MTT3BRS HOUSE, three-fourth- s IJvcryStable, - MoKHTNEY BROS. PORTMAN vice-preside- ncy JOSISl'H RO'BT. FENZEL COFFKVIr'r. WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY or on HOUSE, MO,-40- 1 First-ClasslSalo- il-t- o .. JUmJL Jhmi-Weekly Interior Journal March 18, 1892! MAB. Story of a Love Thrice Offered and Twice Rejected. From the Argoty.) CI1AITF.K I. TANroiu), Ky., In no hurry. I will wait for you to compose yoursolf." I colored guiltily. My heart was fluttering In n very breathless way Indeed. stop-fathe- W. F. WALTON, SIX A iMiiIi-hIii- : PAGES. All, papa wants you. In tho ' , (I I Seven Scenes in n Woman's Lire. Hi'i) mother in carefully putting her With tender holic l.ivoritiMloll to IhmI ' nirt'hilly uMiiuvcrt each dainty the ' tiny nijjiit K irmuiit ami fusteiis cm k'own. Then, with ti (unit kitu), bIic Iiiih lift trunauru to her anti pinocs it in ilH lltilu cradle. After imUiiik it fenlly out ol the room 111 the tAiliglil rps ourioiiMly in. A fair uiMlili ii hUihIh lieforti her look mlding the lnnt touelieH to her iiiK itU evening toilet. Her lover will noun ho Hen-veIi re! nro full of innocent love ut her iclleu h(ht! She looks eni-rltiui in tlic u'hsm. How glud hIic is tlmt the in pretty! She frovuia a little at a crimp tnat will not stay jimt n it should riiif eomcN at the tloor ami nhe Iiiih ten nway to imtet her lieloveil. A youiiK wife nlti anxiously WHttdiiiiK for her liiitdiaiid. At each approaching fooUtep her herirtt heatH rapltioiiHly ainl tlien grown heavy with disappointment She will not o indoorc; it h mj wwet-- t out there. The creeping nIiiuIowm cheer her tremhliiiK mill; ho ehe whIim Hiid wimIicw, and tin- thdovH lengthen into darkened niirht. A mother is rocking he r Imhy to nleep. He lookrt nt her gravely as they move to and fro, as if a:kiim why the hrihl HUiiHhliie tiiunt leave ami the tily rditid-- o am Slide her dear face from him. Tl.er-H- it wualih of wiedoin in his ureal nweet cih. HehohU tiehtlydo her clrcfM as if him. to keep When at la!t the eyes are elo-nhe diueiipife the loving hand, him liulitlv he miiht not bo awakened nnd tr ifH to put him in hire erili. Then hIic Hiuktthuek into linr chair and i;iiH Ut lock ng tin. It Ih no iiIhuhiuiI to ret in the twilight, ami he in eo ruwet ti. uuive! A wouinn kneed hy a frefh uimle The htMilboHrd rt iren coldly at cnivo hei and wtom to my ovt r and over .main the words itiMrrilted iiimhi it: "lie w mm her only child and nhe wan a wid- -. With tar laden eyes she henilf do.cn Innwrnnd lower, till her lips icM upon the earth she Ioiih to kiM the quiet form it In hiding from lur! to huiry Ami the twilight win .iil IctM itef in the darkness. A careworn old woman rita watehii g the (diadown come they are (riemiH to her -- f Honda that thei iiluiiy ing the Mine bow; to hur, "One Day Nearer Home " Anil nhe ninilen to 'ho, too, repeat.", thvtu her thank One Day Nearyr Homo." Ami so life woiuhii'm life gcieu on in the twilight till rent which to her wenry body and piy to her aching In art -t- ill her epirit retcelierc ila home where never a shadow can fall np.it .iu -- New OrleaiiH Picayune. s study." I threw down my uiallot on the smooth lawn thoso were tho clays of croquet, when tonnlu was game looked an unk now n (limHtlon-ifl.V- nnd. with an anxious glance, at T o m , my brother, who brought thla unexpeotcd ami unwelcome siiiiiitioiis, "What Is tho iiMtier, ToniV" I asked. "Did he ny whv he wuniod inoV" "Oh, a loctiirr of mimn sort, I returmsl Tom with Iinpiitiont disgust. "You mUkmI on one leg in church last night, or turned In your toon as you sup-pom!" caino in to hra Tom was unsympathetic: ha ft'." - hands deep Into h: pocket and sauntered away. Itnt tm- girls, tliolr faces full of commlrntlon, oain from every corner of the lawn toward mo. Their portentous faces and norwntoiis tones wore comforting, bat not inspiriting. "Has papa mmii for you. MnhV" "Why does ho want you?" "You broke a st in the oonsorvatory, Mah, porhaps It tlmu" "Poor Matil I ww him looking at at breakfast this morning lu a peculiar way. And your collar was frightfully askow." "Is it rttm'glit iiiiiv?" I asked, looking anxloiisl from on to another of tho sympathetic grojp. "Yos; but your drew In torn. Iloro's a pin; pin It up beneatU the snsh. Oh, and whnt a greioi utiiiti tiieie is on your flounce!" I moved toward the house, followed by many warning ami eager-voice- d thrust his kit-M-- n." pe "Your hair's untidy, Mah. Can't you omnoUi It?" "Your sash hk eome untied." "Mah, your Imndti r grubby. t keep your hands hohuid you." I entered the houo and wont through tho hall, toward thoUHlj',"tho ploasant, sunny hack room, where my studied the Innumenihlo fuulu of his step family, and the best mothcMl.s of correction ami prevention. I was just Roventeun, and, In some rcspwts, young for my years; my heart was boating very fast as I paused at the study door. With two hot littla hands I smoothed baok my hair; I looked down ruofully at my sulned print gown. Thon I gently tapptsl "Como In," unttwercsl my smooth, mellow volac; and mookly onstep-father stop-father's 1 nhewi-lcomeH-f- M The First Locomotive Ever Run In America. It wim in KS'iH, the Mime ear in which Stcphnoi', witli liin Rocket, demnn-Htrat- eil the prncticnhility of ntpid Hleam traction on railways The engine whs named the Stourhridge l.ion. It w:o made in Ktigland ami imported hy the Delaware mid Hudson CiiiimI (Company, ami ilegueil to draw coal from their mines in Oarhoudale to tht head of their canal in Horn sdide, lYim. On Km nr rival, it w8 placed on the railway and iuii from Hones tale io Sreleyville, a little over a mile It was found to he too tall to go under a highway hridge over the truck nt that place, and whh re vernod mid run hack to Hoiiet-dale-. All pitrtu of the railway above th.t mirfn.ee of the ground were built on trestlen, and rea-hoi- pion, our dlstu-i- i cousin, my father's ward, sat In a low ehair noeir him. Sho was a tall, graceful, very gentle girl of twenty; her elbow roiling on her kneo, hor chin upon her hand, sho sat looking up at hor guardian with a roverentlal glance. As I entered sho blushed, looked doubtfully at me. thon doubtfully hut very mookly at my as though awaiting hn commands. "Yos; I will ask you to lenvo us," ho said, smiling at her sml ling In a wuy, as he never smllod at us. faint, swuot, shy Sho smiled, too--little smile, She nso from hor ohalr and movod ciiietly away, wftly closing tho door hohlml her. I and my wcro loft alone. Tho benign smile with which ho had followed Mabel lingered for n minuto lips, and about his smoot'.i, during that minuto he ignorod my presence. Then, iu a low way, ho altorod his attitude, rut his elbows, clad in Hpotloss broadcloth, on tho arms of his meot, study chair, let his Anger-tipand lot his brown eyes rewt critically stop-fatho- r, woll-pleas- to red. My father wus not alutiu. Mabol Cam- i ' a I stop-fath- er ele.tu-shave- u s contrasted unfavorably with Mabel. My pink print dross was and thoro, In too hhort for me; patchos, tho pink had faded Into white; an unsightly green stain disfigured tho My hands wero flounce lu front the heavy engn.o rocked them no much and, as tho girls had warnod me, "grubby." My facrvas freckled, my as to endanger safety. For tins" was keenly conthe locomotive nnn net olf hy the fair hair disordered. scious of my delect-- and rn my humility Hide of the truck and a honrd plied built over it. The railway whh plunked, and Iioim'h employtd to draw the earn. The engine Mood there sfe for several years. Soon after IS the engine begun to he canied otl' piece by piece, inoMly liv blackfltiiitlis and inacliinistt; ami I am t)ld that only one Himill piece of the iron M now in exintence iinta primitive form. If the engine had been kept intact, it would be worth nlmoH itfl weight i:i aih ver for exhibition in Ci.icago in 181K!. 1 h'-rd, on mo. No doubt j i is ; I 1 1 $ SiMtii. There in on foot a movetneiit in favor of the IhihiinFS stio of fractional currency. men who conduct a large busiuesH hy mail are much nnuoyed by the want of some mailable form of currency. Silver coiiiH are too heavy and bulky for tnuiB-micsi- on hy mail, are aro far from Kifu, as Ct'itiiUNCV -i- Fuactionai. Ml .zrip 'TPr,,-.'. Ami-,l mw-nur.k mywjit :K..iflpa Lr Li A? wither SEAT, apol- t-GTKJUIArS m any one who bandies thel letter can ascertain their presence. Postage stamps have come into extensive use for the tmnsmifflion of small amounts, and this Ihh become, in many ensea, a positive annoyance, owing to their accumulation on tho hands; of merchants. They nie whicli, under r'ho bought at t'm law, obtain no credit for Helling then , Vf believe ttiat, from these points of view nlone, the reiutroduction of "fractional currency" would ho an excellent enactment on the part of tho government. Scientific American. post-olliccfl YOU CV.V KINO MAI1F.U" To strive to "compose' myself, whilst r my sat watching mc, was a hopeless task; know It was hopeless; every olfort only deforrcd tho desired effect. I crossed my feet, thon hastily uncrossed them. I pushed back my hair, then folded my bunds ard tried to look unconscious that my hair was rough. all tho tlmo sat And my motionless. Now and thon, at Interunitod on another vals, his flnirer-tip- s softly; but that w..s the only sign of that he made. Ills brown oyes regarded mo with a critical but forboar- -' lug ghmce; his larro. palo, clean-- . shavon face woro an oxnrotwion of con scious gentleness nnd patience. "1 have two very Important pieces of nows to brook to yon. my dour. Hut I have no wish to excite you. Mabel, Is one of those olomontary vlrtuos without whleh no character worthy of admiration or esteem can bo built. Your poor, dear mamma I do not wish to blame Iot" my broke off and sighed Indulgently "I do not wish to blame her for your of us sometimes orr, the anil her errors must be pardoned, how-ovmuch we must regret thotn. For your sake mm', re rrnt them dcploro them. She undervalued thoso habits of which. Inculcated oarly, aro th'j moat helpful facvjrs In producing a womanly oh iraoter such a charfor initance, our Cousin acter m-- as. Mabel's strong ye mihinl'lvo, yet dependent, dignified yet mook." glanco wandered My away from me; bo smiled benignly, on virtues which I had not. "If I had had tho supervision of your early education." h" s!"hecl, after a minute, "you and jour slsu rs, Mabel, would havo learnt In the nursery, In early babyhood, thoa habits which you now linpowdbio to learn. find It Your mind Is fussily strong, my dear You havo no excuse the expression. mental tranquillity. 1'ven at this moI ment you aro excited, and Impationt. have, as say, two Important pieces of nows to break to you; but I will wait for Ave minutes or so, i.nttl you have composed yourself a little and cease to fidget in that nervous inanunr.' Porhaps tho minutes tunt passed r again addressed mo my wero In actual number only live; I know that they seemed like thirty. "You are seenteen, Mabel, if I correctly." ho said, at last, breaking the silence; seveateen, two months and flvo day?. Correct mo if I am not exact." "Yos, papa. I was seventeon on tho first of May." "Young! young," he mused, regarding me with gentle disfavor. "Hut your mother was younger when sho married first, Mabel, my loo, havo you over thought much upon the hiibjeot of of well, 1 may say of marriage, MabolV" Tho question was confusing. "I 1 don't know, papa." I statnmorod. "You don't know?" ho repeated, with faint, very faint amuso- mont. "That Is a very youthful answer. You are old enough, at all events, to have realizes! that it would be deslra- bio that somo of you should marry. Your poor dear mother brought mo a large and exixnslvo fntnllj; and, al- though I ha.o striven to stand in tho place of a father to you nil, and although I flatter myself that my devotion and patience have been even moro than par- ontal, yet- - yet my purse Is but slender, Mabel, and It will oerulnly bo oxpedl- ont that somo of you. nt least, shall marry." "Y yos." I answered, doubtfully and vaguely. "1 shall be glad If you will toll me, my dear, if you havo any partiality respect, ostomfor any por.on In particular?" I did not laugh, though my I gasped. though W flashed forward to tho merry tlmo I should prosently enjoy when tho study door should havo closed behind earshot, mo, und, out of my tho girls grouped In easy hut Inelegant attitudes around me, I .should repeat this speech dramatically to an apprecl- Hy and atlve, mirthful audlerxco. by mybrtlllaney would bo applauded. was dumb, tho preseut, For and my dumbness, no doubt, seomed whom words foolish to my never failed. "I behove I asked you a question, Mabel," he observed, with an air of al- most pious patience. "1 yes. papa. "I am waiting, my dear, for your answer." Ho might wait fomvor. I was meek presence; I answered In my him in a small voice; 1 novor dared to contradict him but iu a silent way I Did ho expect mo could be obstinate. to toll him tho secret which was mino, my own, unshared, which evon tho girls did not guess and never should guess Had he guebsed it? tho thought mado my heart stand still; forgot my fear of him and glanced sharply and suspiciously Into his round, whito faoo. "Our young neighbor at tho Cedars has been often here of late." "You mean N d?" I interrogated, In a careless tone. I had thought 1 possessed somo dramatic talent, but that caroloss tone cost me a gigantic effort, and, after all, tho effort was discernible I knew I blushed. I grow hot, then cold. "I mean Edward Harnot yos. Aa I observod, he has been ofton here of 1 stpp-fatu-r ce Solf-con-tro- fathor In a satisfied tone. "Mabol, Mr. Harnot culled on me last night to ask g mo to allow him to speak to you 3oncern!ng thin subject " "This subject?" I ropeated, In a con-cerln- humorously appreciated tho odd experience. Ho nodded and smiled at mo as he shook hands, then ho turned with an r. eager, searching glanco toward my stop-fatho- NAWNorlolkiWesternRi Schedule December 6, 1851 way. "Ho tells me ho Is In lovo with you. IIo wishes to ask you Io be his wife." I think I bad forgotten that I was shy and frightened; I had risen from my chair and gono to tho window, oscnplng from thnt oalm, mild, steady 1 "I havo been having a serious llttlo said, talk with Mabel," my step-father LKAVK NOItrON DAILY 6 43 n m for 1 In his slow, mild tono. Nothing ever "A mado him hasten In his speech. Graham, Bluefield and intermediate l, step-fath- bring-lng-u- p; w'.-"- t er 1 solf-contr- ol solf-re-lla- step-father- 's well-nig- h 1 my rosy glance, that contemplated oheoks and smiling lips, and tho happy light that know was shining in my oyes. "To ask me?" I repented. "Mo? mo? Mo to be bis wife!" "Mabol, if you will lie good enough to return to your scat, wo can perhaps discuss this que-i- l n quietly." "Papn, It Is not true! '1 horo Is somo mistake." "Please sit down. Mabel. Allow mo to finish what I was saying." oamc back to Idkoone In a dream my sent; tho ground as I movod suroly did not touch my feet! I ttod on air. Ned loved me! Ned loved mol tho boos were humming thoae three llttlo words outside the window: tho birds woro twittering the same delicious Ned lovod mol truth from every and when hail I not loved Ned? "Did ho really sir that? really? It?" I questioned, you'ro not entirely lost In a awo of my stronger feellnir. "You are excltitur ymirlf, Mabol. It Is much to he regretted that your poor doar mother's fiet,y dtspoaitlon has been lnhorltwl by so many of her children! You in particular. Mabel, have a tendency on the slightest provocation to become hysterical." "I don't think so. pupa." Tho contradiction was unlooked for; my brown eyes grow rounder and hlgcror; their glanco of mild surpriso and displeasuro should bavo crushed me completely, but I met tho glance and smllod Iwck contentedly, unabashed. "I will oonfosH, mv dear, that Mr. Harnet's choice 1ms anion lshod mo. Wo will not discuss his uwto. You aro yountr and possibly will Improve. Tho dlsclplino of ni.irr.ccl life will no doubt euro many of those faults which I In j'oii. As Mr. Harnot is twonty-fiv- o of age. old enough to guldo 1 e, ima-ginin- very serious little talk." Ned looked toward mo. f could not understand tho glance; ho looked as though ho wished that I would go. "I havo laid your proposal boforo hor." j ' Contini'fh Ni-x- t Friday. T For Salo 16 11 1 Twenty Building Iols In the corporate limit o Rowland, Iladlord, Roanoke, and Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. Alio (via Koanoke) for Washington, llaijeritcwn, Hurrii- burg, Philadelphia and New York. 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I found a seat a seat In a distant part of the room, behind tho knee-bol- e Hut my chair which stood a straight-hacke- d Just opposlto his own, and I returned reluctantly but meekly and sat faolng him. Xonohnttho bravo ilesorvo the fair, whh to ncak: to you, Mabel." and nono hut the. bravo can live with "Yes, paja," some of them. "You : braathlcss, my dear. I am cr I stood In the llmpest of attitudes, sfp-fathe- wrlt-lng-tahl- o. 'I slowly crossed It, trawling from tho west; there was a quiet sort of murmur of rustling leaves; among tho tall whito lilies tho bees were busy; tho last of tho hay was being carried In tho meadows t beyond our garden; all tho air with perfume. Tho monotonous volco droned on: "I told Mr. Harnot that I would first address you on the subject. Ho mado somo objection to my doing so, but I overruled it. I bohc ve ho said that ho should come this morning for his J am not sure, but I think ho mentioned that ho would wish to oall My interview on you this morning. with him was somewhat abruptly terminated; a isltor was unfortunatoly announced when I had had but a few minutes' conversation with him. However, I think I understood that ho meant to call this morning. Knowing your impulsive disposition, Mabol, I thought It best to preparo you. I wished you to bo perfectly clear about my feelings on tho subject. You havo my permission to accept him; you havo my full approval." "Thank you, papa." Ho scorned to oxpect my thanks: I rendered them mechanically. "Mr. Harnot, If not a very wealthy man, Is not a very poor ono. It Is as good a marriage t;s you can oxpoct to make, and I desire that you will accept him. I am not sure what the exaot amount of his incomo is, but " "If Ned bad fifty pounds a year, if he wero a blacksmith or a carpentor or or any thing, I would marry him like a shot if ho asked mo!" late." "My dear, your Rnglish, If graphic, is "He always comas when he's at home," scarcely classical." I exclaimed, hastily. "Ho always did. "Hut 1 don't want to know what Ned's lie comes because he has nothing else to income Is. I don't care a bit!" do. He he likes to como." My slightly smiled, then "Certainly. I bavo no wish to dispute slightly sighed. that statomonU My dear Mabel, yon "I may toll Mr. Harnot, then, that you aro blushing a graceful habit tor some entertain his proposal?" complexions; your blushes, my doar, re"Yes. I lovo him," I said simply. mind ono a little too much of tho peony. Somo one rapped at tho door; tho door May I conclude, my love, that there is opened. somo attachment, somo partiality, en "Mr. Harnot," announced tho your sldo for Mr. Harnot?" parlor maid; and "We all like him," I ropllod, dog- Ned came In. gedly, emphatically, with a sort of eager face had a ruddier Ills lndlfforonco. "Of courso we like him tinge than usual, ho was evidently emwe aro neighbors and and we kare barrassed, but oven in his embarrassalways known each othor." ment thoro was a sort of boyish frank"Friendship is the very best basic fee ness and dignity; ho was humorously a yet warmer feeling," roplled my iWf oonsclous of bolng and he step-father'- Arr. Cumberland Gap..... " Hamilton Springs..... I re" Arthur " Powell River mat'er imparilally, I regrot to ' larewell I consider a mistake, IIo will " l.oue Mountain and Nervous Headache, " Clinch River repent of his marriage but Sleeplessness.SIck that Is his own uffnlr. I havo won his Backache, "Dizziness, .Morbid Fears, Hot " Oakman Washburn gratitude by riving my cordial consent ' Powder Springs Hvsterin, Fits, St Vitus Dance, ' Luttrell to bis addressing you. I have promised " Corryti.n Opium Habit, Drunkenness, etc., aro cured to sanction the engagement " Maloiieyville Nervine. It by Dr. Miles' Restorative ' Beverly For once tho smooth, monotonous does not contain anY opiates. Trial bot' K. A O. Junction..... volco was like sweet music in my ears. tle and line books FREE nt druggists. " Knoxvllle I sat and listened, niillng softly not a Dr. allies Medical Co., Elkhart, Indiana. NORTH BOUND" smllo of amusement, but of happiness. ve. Knoxvllle TIUAIs BOTTJLE FREE. Arr. K. & O. Junction..... I remember thoso blissful minutes still; For sal by A R Penny, Stanlord. " Becrlv I romombor them as clearly as though Maloneyville. " Corryton they passed but yesterday; they bolong " Luttnll How to the past of twenty years ago. springs bluo tho sky was! great whlto clouds Washburn his own my duty gard tho say that doubtlos actions, I to save him from what, if .uoini.v smiled. did not feel it to be " Stanford..... Arr. Mlddlesboro Lve. Middlcsboro 4SPm ew Prostration, 35pm s 43 pm a 57 pm 323pm 336pm 348pm 411pm 3 326 pm 833a 710am 733am 7 38 a m 744am 756 a m 821am m 5opm 4 27pm 4 42 pm 4 8 45 a in 8 48 a m 9 08 a m 507pm j 22 pm 5 35pm 5 5pm 55Pm , 9 49 10 03 a 10 ifi a 10 30 a 10 jo a 5 933am 940am am m m m m 1 Kentucky Central B.R. s was-sweo- I THROUGH TRAINS CINCINNATI TO MID DLEMIOROUGH and J ELLICO. SCHEUDLE IN EFFECT N OV 15, iSat No. South-Boun- KOUTK." "TtLtTia Tho Shortest nnd QuickoBt Route from Contra! Kontuckvto all points North Fas EuBt, West and South-Woe- t. Line botween Loxlnffton and Clncln nati. j " ' " " " " Arthur " Oakman Clinch River. Lone Mountain. Tazewell " Powell Rier. 30 a in 48 am 59 a m 9 14 a m 9 28 a m o 40 a m 35 a m 10 a m 33 am 631pm 6 46 p m 6 j6p m 7 13 p in 7 26 p in 7 45Pm 7 47 6 16 60s p 45P m p m m 3c 47 ooim 813pm 26 a m 8 40 a m b 48 p 48 a m 854P S3 am 857 p IS n n 9 13 p am pm am 759pm Middlesboro Lve. Miudlesboro Arr. Stanford ' Louisville ' Cumberland Gap,.... Hamilton Springs..., a 35 a m 7 os a iu 938pm 36 p m m m m m 1. ; I No. i step-pnron- t, Daily. an-sw- L e Cincinnati ... 8 10 a ml 8 00 08 Lve Covington.... 8 18 a m 0 43 a ml o 16 Lvr Falmouth.-.- .. 11 is a m 10 3 Arr Paris Arr Lexington.. 11 10 p m 11 co a !.v Paris ti as p mj.... Arr Winchester.. 12 10 p ml m'.... ' 35 Arr Hichmond.. m,.... Arr Lancaster.. 4 45 p m. 5 10 p Arr Stanford Lve Richmond . Air LWington... Arr Miudlesboro North-Hound. Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun P p m 3 n-- For any information as to routes, rates, etc., apply to W. A. BLY, Acting Gen'l Pass. Act., Knoxville.TeLn. 1 p m 3 oa P o m 4 35 P p in! IO P p m " y a " a n step-father- 's 3 7 oj 35 35 P p P 4. s "' a m a in a in a in a ro ""1 6iji n 6 jopm 8 co j. t Newport News & Mississippi Valley Co. (Chcsappale A Ohio Route.) Washington, Philadelphia No. 6. No. No. 3. I 1 Kx. Sun. Ex. Daily Lsr Middlrsborc 6 58 a m S o .; ,ve Livingston. .. n 15 a m C u Arr Richmond.. la 41 a m a m 7 00 Lve Stanford Lve Lancaster . 7 50 a m Arr Richmond. ... 10 15 a m m'" T.vo liirhmond.... ta 41 p m 6 os 35. P n 6 55 a tnr" Arr Winchester. p m 7 45 a m a; Arr Vans. Sun, Old Point aud the Seashore and all Eastern Cities IN EFFFCT NOV. BOUND. Mail Dally Lve Lexington... 35 a 8 23 a Winchester.. S 54 a Mt. Sterling EAST I Baltimore-- New York, , JSr ij, 1S91. TTast !Accom.Acco 11 - 12 1 Lve Paris Lve Falmouth. Arr Covington LveLexiugton ArrtanonnMi 100pm p m 3 37 Arr Ashland..... 7 00 7 53 4 01 p m 0 23 5 35 P m 10 54 11 00 Kpn u stop-fath- llranch, No in .theMaysvilie 19. at 6 tc. n m. arrivlaff at r m fwC cv avsville at 10 10. a m. and 8 30, P m. No, leaves Mavsviltc at 1 jo a m. arriving at Pans at 7 40, am. No. 11 leaves Maysville at i.jo aud arrives at Paris at 4 o. P m. These trains ar daily except Sunday. No. i, dally to all points except Rowland Dlvis. ion, which is daily except Sunday. No. 2 runs daily from Lcxmgion to Cincinnati Except Sundays j No. runs daily from all stations except the No. 4 runs daily Rowland Division, which is daily except Sunday No, 6 daily except Sunday. , No s dully between Cincinnati and Lexington Except Sundays. No 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daily! Leaves Lexington 10.00 a. m. Arrives Paris 1 6 45 P m 10. leaves Paris a 837 p m 3 45 P n 4 25 p ro t 30 p m " Washington.. Philadelphia. ArrNewtYork WEST BOUND " Catlettsburg. " Huntington. . I 11 10 p 12 33 p 13 50 p 6 35 a 10 47 a 1 Daily. 8 30 p 7 cop ".J P 7 35 P I 40 a(5 3op 40 a 6 S9 0 30 al ..,... 30 p Dally. 7 Lve Huntington., 6 00 a " Catlettsburg 6 35 a Ail and... ., 6 37 a 45 P 4 P 3T.. .7 1 Mt. Sterling Arr Lexington .... 1205 p Louisville ' Winchester.. 10 37 11 15 a 508 9 SO P I'JP tx. aup 6 aj ' SS P 7 8 a P as a IS 45 P 05 a 7 40 P 1150a whlte-aprone- d, soft-voice- d 'No i Falmouth Accommodation ; leaves Cincinnati S:,j p m Arrives Falmouth 705pm daily except Sunday. 00 a m. Arrives CinNo, 8 Leaves cinnati 7 55 " daily except Sunday.. connections at Winchester for sun-brown- e, Gen. Pass. Agt. General olfice, Louisville, Ky. MORSE, Gen'l Pass'g'r Agt., 60icc;Chamber ot Commerce liuildiDg.Cinclnnatl Traffac Manager. 11. Sunday. ... Through Sleeping Cara tc and from ashingtor and New York without change. polU.onthe3N.N.M.V.R'y,.D. . For full Information in regard to rates, routes. to No. 1 carries through Midd'lesborough and Cumberland Gap and all In &c , apply to any agent or thu or connecting lines terrnedlate stations and runs dilY BROWN, 'h! 7 HUNTINGTON, C. L. G. C. P. ATMORE, S. B- - KNOTT, M P.A., ... Limited Vestlbuled Trains run daily in conncc lion with Chesapeake 4 Ohio "F. F. V " to Nw York. TSf Fast Mall Trains ruo dally and make local Jtopj between Lexington and Huntington. nd Morehead Accommodation Huntington tun dally. Lexington and Morehead and Lexington and ML Stertiug Accommodations run daily except SF. Lexington, Ky. W. S. HARRISON. G. W. BARNEY, Lexington, Ky. T. P.A., Ashland.Ky G. M., V.P.andG. ;" '.'u'n ty,aUk -- i.'Ejaj .. s I? ft. TV Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal 1 -- The popular account of the adoption of the fenthers by the eldest sous of tho English kings as their own peculiar badge is, Chambers' Journal says, that o. tt tho black prince, son of Hdwnrd III., conquered the original wearer of tho king of WILLIAMSBURG. WHITLEY COUNTY. UoslT iuVt'Spered to them crest. John of Luxemljerg, nnd ever m eoiwentcd to iug "Hooked Ilohemia, at the uld of Crecy, In comAn inftut of H . I'lulhpsdiedUed- - that your had . Ih- - rwn ., afterward, wore the plumes nesday of brain tmuMe memoration of the battle. "Tho fato ' News. of the king of Bohemln," says Hume, An nlHrin of tlr the other night A it- - n I'tot. "wits remarkable. He was blind from ilrow n largo crowd around tin large T...t. r?ftO Tt.t .,iii tlttlvtr If tvntilflltrv age; but, being resolved to hazard his 4 1U, mi, wwv.. ........ .......... uv I store-houbnek d Aflhiig an of . ,. " ,vj"uu ..... person and set tin example to others, ho V. J. Hurl. , It did look very much as if JHIIllinK t kft It Willi All nicht. ordered the reins of his bridle to bo ing Hotel Clerk Is this thousand dollar the house w.h on lire, but it was only ) N'o, indeed; Old lhiehelor (fervently tied on each side to two gentlemen of ! thesoot burning In the chimney. The no. indeed. I think it would be emi- his train; nnd his dend body and thoso bill tho smallest thing you have about ,&c at of liis attendants were afterward found you? smoke hud settled down until it appear nently sensible. lie Oflrr Ion it lUnirf'J Departing Guest I am afraid it is. Pretty Girl That's just whnt I told among the slain, with their horses ed to envelop thu entire top of the I mid-intrhleh lunun Suftty to & CO., Clerk (to bell boy) Here, take this M. F. old Mrs. Sourfaee, who admires you so standing by them in that situation. It Mlfr of Jfolirr ami Chitil. bill out to one of the waiters and ask much; but she suid you'd be shocked. is said thnt the crest of tho king of 3S lyr STANrOKO. KY. The recent police judge's election Ilohemia was tliree ostrieh feathers, him to change it. Life. I'll run uud tell her. X. Y. Weekly. FRIEND" will be contested. I serve, which Mr. Hemphill, who and his motto 'leh Dieti,' 31tieum Amenities. An i:rr.lcnl iicanon. Hob Confinement of Its received 101 votes, ctoimH that his oppothe prince of Wales and his successors Armless Wonder Will ycr come out Toughleigh to Dudeloigh Why In adopted in mem.irinl of the great vicJ'uln, Horror nndJtlsk. Co. nent, Mr. II. H. Tye, who received 10S rldin' next Sunday wld mo? thunder don't you g nrntitidnnd thump tory. Tho ArtrriKlnRnni bottlcof "MoMirr'i Prlfnil" l opinion now Is, says got 24 of them illegally. votes, Circassian Rcauty (scornfully) Naw; iuttT"t Iiut Itltu iHiiii.nnilUnl not rxMiM)cu that While the stullin' out of that editor for what OK STANFORD, KV , nuoh neatness the St. Jnmes' (taxettc, that the badge, wot's de good even If ycr rii drive Asmk Oiul, I.iuiar, Mu., Jan.In15th, l;31.ciuo. itrs. the election was closo nnd hotly contest-od- , he said about you in his paper yesterso far from being acquired on the bat- wid yer feet. Puck. Is now fwlly organucd and ready li business with Sent tty express, rhftnrrs prepnlil, on rwelptof it was us fairly conducted ninny elec- day? price, $lJU-Umla. 0X to Uutlirrsmnltr.1 tree. tlefield, was adopted by the black prince Uudcleigh (ineoiisolably) Aw, me and his successors as part of the artion could be, and the content will only llnrly History. UKAHl'ICI.O KHf.UI.ATOK CO., Paid up Capital of - - $200,000. cvah do it, don't you morial ATLANTA, CA, Totling Well, his wife raised Cain. amount to a law suit mid trouble, and boy, how can bearings of the various 19,000. Surplus, . - - - 50 LI) UV AU. lMtL'tMlSTS. Dimling Whoso wife? with whom possibly hard feelings between the friends know? I've nerah boon introduced to continental families him. Detroit Free Prose. Jury. Tolling Adam's. SUCCKSSOIt in TIIK LINCOLN NATIONAL they were connected by descent. of the contending parties. Mr. Tye' has HANK OK STANFORD, There Is no contemporary evidence or Two Krlla his commission and will immediately as"A MAN WITH A POLI-- " LAND SAIJE. Now closing up) with the same assets and under In support of the popular history the same management. In the shade) You She (thirty-flv- e sume the duties of his ollice. Hy provitiont of its chatter, depositors are as must either marry me or buy me a silk of the badge, and the earliest writer SnlcnilM Land, situated s4 Slxlv live Acres ol nilly protected as am depositors iu National Charles Finloy attended the comwho refers to it is Camden, whose "Remllmt from Stanford, on Shelby City lilrnpiLr, is you know. KanVs, its shatcholdeis being held individually mencement of the University of Medi- dress; this I atUoiiiny Mrs. K. II Jont Apply" to mc st liable to the estcnt al the amount of their stock mains" wen.' published in tho time of He Must choose? therein at the par value thereol, in additian to the cine, Louisville, this week. Elizabeth, more thnn two centuries E. M Stanford, Ky MUCH HEM) She (archly) You must. ia smount invested In siuh shares It may actas after the battle. It is most probable Hugnely is out in the interest of the esccutor, administrator, trustee, Ai., at fully as Ue (resignedly) Well, what kind of in ladivt dual budge wa introduced into EngWhitley County Fair Association. Mr. a silk would you prefer? Is. Y. Herald. that the To tbose wtva entrusted their buisiticit la us land by Philippa of llainnult, the convhile mrMgiug; the Lincoln National Hank el TOT& Dryden Etrly, better known as Urule Stanfenl, w we here tender our many ihsnVs and Si SyiTor'-risort of Edward III and mother of Drydm, died at his home near Mahan irutt they will continue to transact their business Mr. Hillus Maria, I think you lavish the black prince. She was descended n as guaraales for prompt 232 Acres of Splendid Blue 2ZIZ ith us, olleilncnar atwenty Station last week. Sheriff Moore and altogether too much time nnd attention from the sister of Henry, count of Luxyears' espcilenee Id ta same, Land, banking andas liberal accommodations at are County Attorney 'Vrkins were in Cor on that jwodlc. emburg, an ancestor of John of Bohewith sound banking Drtlrably located oh turnmkr roadMliiK linm bin last Friday. C. W. Lester went to Mrs. Hillus Poor little fellow! I feel mia, whose connection with the legend stalilrd to Milledcellle, Lincoln County, Ky ,6 IIIKECJOKS: llustonvlllr, 10 milts from Stanford, 4 miles Piueville last week on legal business. II. so sorry for him, John! You know, he is thus accounted for. and John's J J. Wltttamt, Mt. Vernan; from Danville, miles from Juli tifin City and son, Emperor Charles IV., bore an Ros- - circuit clerk, hnuaiiotherdiuigh-tera- t hasn't uny club where ho can go nnd F. within iS mile of Marclaml. a tlstlwn on the C. J. M llall.Slanterd; even' S K K ostrich as his badge, us did Ids daughter The Kaim hat ukd it an elegsnt anl his home. Hen will Mill have tiuu-t- spend three or four hours every J. S. Owtlty, Manferd; btUW residence, (tin toe I) aH spacious ing. Chicago Tribune. Anne, the first queen of Richard II. S. J. Kmkry, Htauferd it aeceoary oulbuildinss and an auHndancr vl fruit make his Mnvass for re election, howLife. The earliest tvfort neo to the ostrich trir of almmt every vanrt). Much f the land J. K. l.jnn, Stanlsrd; A lirnanii'ibln Request. ever l. wc'l timbered, abundantly watered vtrtm feathers in any Eaglish record is in an He Was Csect to It. A. V, Carpenter, Mlltedf eviMtj ami Mwrly all well srt In snort, "What can I do to induce you to go to indenture witnessing the delivery of Quite n pleasant social was given st J. K llaaghman, lluttca villa ; At a social gathering in Ilnrlcm a No t rarm in every rrnpect. I'er sale, also A Mules t oar sold nit Sprtnc Mr C. II Keeton's. The following were bed now?" akcd a Harlem mamma of certain articles of plate belonging to ladv remarked to Col. Mountain HowJ. F. Cash, Stanford; lxy. P. W. 1.O0AN sil William Gooeh, Stanford, Ky. the wardrobe of ijiiecn Philtppn. Sil- itzer: presenu Misses Theo ami Nora Hill, her "You can let me sit up a little longdescribed, . II. Shanks, 1'resident. "There is nothing, in my opinion, so Carrie Myers, Gertrude Lester, Alice er," was the youngster's reply. Texas ver basins and ewer are . J II. Owsley, Cashier enameled with the nrius of France and terrible as a sudden death by violence." "LOCUS I C.KOVK" and Annie O'Mara, Sidney and Kowena Sittings. w. M. Ilnght, Teller Uainnult quarterly, and particular men"O, wo military men are so accusStanllll, Bettie Weesner, Laura Brock, tion is made of a large di&h for the alms tomed to that sort of thing that we JL B, O titer. , May and Ann Fin ley and Messrs. Wood, and don't think anything of It," replied Co) Mr nogan (after hammering on the of the queen. It wj-- i silver-giltI'OR SAI.K Jon s, Kroclc, Perkins, J. C. and A. II.' door for five minutes) Is it dead or enameled on the bottom with a black Howitzer. Texas Sittings. NATIONAL BANK escutcheon with ostrich feathers. Tho 1 hr nnest (arm andrichrtt soil in l.iat Jn 10 , Mahan, .Myers, Gibson, Pennington, alive ye are? IVrJrctly Wlllliir. OF STANFORD. KY losnprliing (ioscki ol lllue tiraka I aud, sttua Mr. Grogan (within) Xayther: I'm inference is that, like the arms of Haiti-auCain, Sharp nnd Mason, Every one Reporter The Daily Catchall wishes tfd within Mi miles ot SUn.ord, ills luulily seat upon other articles of pinto, tho shlapin'. Demorcst's Magazine. ol Umnln. t mated by the Shelby Cliy tun pike soeimd to enjoy the evening to the high to print your picture in no aicekstbl to the Staafoid and Danville turn ' ostrich feather in the sable shield est degree. Tfie enjoyments were inter Will you let us have n photo- ulke. 'this ! one of the best VM.v. Varans in the Capital Stock. Atrntr-e- . An to Queen Philippa. and were issue. rtion and i in a hiRh slate of cu'ti Jack Pprau took rapted by the lire alarm, hut the excite-maborne by her as a bmljp of her family, graph? valKM Abundance ef oatcr lor all putpu-eIlls wife tooh a i:i lean, Marie, Soil is frrole and is suitable fur the Eruwing of Surplus Imported Star Certainly. was soon ovvr and the time p.med or in right of ta" t Tritories governed And so betwir.t them both wheat, so, by the princes of !' r 'louse. Original- - where's that portrait I hud taken on my heap lobaicn corn andbe dividedthe land Itfine ' on as pleasantly as ever. Mrs Keeton They struck a happy moan. located m. that it tan and too Attention of the public is invited to the fai wedding dny? Karaas made ly, far from beir!' are a larcc and to the solo l'hx improvewrnts hat this is the only National Hank in Stanford Dctiolt Free Press. served refreshments about 0:3U, whiun moment, madam. cosnaodbia. dwelling a innvenicat slock barn Under the provisions of the National Hank Act Marie I'll get it in a use of the prince. . f W.dcN the feathers Ac the SeM ol fruit ol all kinds, etc lor inlor depositors are secuied not only by the capital all were propired to enjoy, after the ex Thn Opening CJiin. were occasiu.-.H- y nation, apply to gra"tetl to collateral It's In your granddaughter's album. It II MINUS, Sianfind ttotk, bat bv the stockholders liability lor an e erciso of a She Yon live in bachelor apartments, branches of the rrysU house. Richard N. Y. Weekly. mount equal to the Mock, so that depositors al lONKS. run this Institution are secured bv a fund of $4cu,u ti v Kll.tY, lMreville Mond-iwns regular police court do you not? How do you like it? II., who adopted the white hart as his Five sworn statements of thecondition of the bank Servant In Serr YnrK. He Fairly well, but it isn't half such own badge, granted two ostrich feathdiy. The docket was light in the morn tre made each year to the Uuittd States governMr. Manhattan Ileach Why, Mary, ment and tlsaiscts are csamlncd at stated tunes ers to his cousin. Tin tsr.n Mowbray, you didn't have your sealskin sneque on A Specialist with a State Repu- by government agents, thus securiug addititnoa ing, but before it elos-d- , about lOo'clock & nice place as this is. N. Y. Sun. nd perfect safety to depositors. and duke of .or folic. that night, there was considerable busiyestorday. What Is the matter? A UA1TV PATi::t PA .11 LIAS. tation for Curing Obscure This institution, originally cttahilthed as the I Servant Curl I've sold iL ness transacted. Deposit Hank of Stanford in iljJ, then Examining trial of Chronic Diseases. aa the NatHnal Hank al Stanford in iWj and WEAVING RAG CARPETS. Mr. Manhattan Ileach Sold it! Good Howard Perkins, for libel, whs held, and as tha Pirst National Hank ol again gracious, what caused you to do that? Stanlord in iM. has had practically an uninterhe was discharged. Win. Stephens was An Past Art Hint rupted eaittenceaf is years It is better sap plied Servant (irl Well, they are becoml.'.t'.in't. now with lacllities for trantactiUK business prompt com c ed of petit lurcenv, and given 30 ly ana libcraay man ever neiore in its long auj Among the lost r.rts. such as the tem- ing altogether too common; the missus days i jail. Dnvo lu.my aarwrablc career. Acctwnls of carpuratlant, pering of brume', taakin ,' llexiblc glass has jubt bought herself one. Texas firms and individuals respectfully sobelarker had an examining trial for tie , Tynan purple, Siftlngs. and the mnnufactnrs-r.- f red flLaaaaaaasa'''"' HaHIIIIKr-7robbery of John Jones and wenj I llnr'-- n iitrhe On. we will soon hnve to number another The Director) ol this Hank is cam potest oi dis saHIIIIHsyt ''- VMa-- , l 1 charged, proving complete alibis, r namely, the weuvino; of rag carpets. To "Katie," he unld, timidly, "I I have P. J. Faster, otSisHfor.1; .1 . sVWsaauaasfiBsS7H but Forrstus Hud. Lincoln county , be sure, you ca-- i fitill buy the factory-mad- e allowed myself U Iiojh? that you regard in doing so had to give away a partv that article, but tfj.-- in not the sort me as something more t'ltin a friend." J. V. llaydest,SUnierd; ha been in the habit of meeting togam-bi- e S II II aughroan, Lincoln; that we associate w ith recollections of "Georgv," site uuHcnd swiftly, with "m an old house near town. County M.J. Miller, Mt Vernani an fwn, "3 on you are away rixm, with its high-poAttorney IVrkins asked that they S T Karris Lincoln: bedstead, wl. tewushed walls, oil." waaaaaaTMssr I and BsaslVaW - S. HocVer SUnfardt their witne.-se-e be held for gamin- - and windows nnd aelaw-footcAnd lieorgt tindcnilood. He camo 0 A. Lackey, Lincoln) (C9WJHHHagi9v y J 11 of the boys came in cheval glass in the corner. In those nearer. Chicago i'ribwsM. and plead guilt v T P llill.SUnford. days the rags were cut uud sewed by ton $20 fine. jaBHsaBBBBBSIBBBBBBBBBBBBW'aall W C, Wetab, Stanford; In ( rinrilsxl Pur. the fire in the long winter cvouings, and -- Sam McCargue, who shot Tlie er w erowled to th tioor, W.P Tate, Staafoid and often the carpet was woven on tho old kJBBBBBBBaB Thry hna on ty tb K'r.psi. .,. killed C3naaaaWW"'j' ISfltTfa . OKKICKRS! DeriutvSlioriira,ii- - ui. . taBBBaPnaBBBV And ihlidrta UK'wtrii.d la the throne wooden loom but usually the uuruin, aoout J Mocker, President; IBbbb?vS BaanCl'4 ' oaaakaBBBBH twoiweekn ago, surrendered Hat on tle wnncne l material was sent to the old town weavhinuelf to John J M.RoberU. Cashier, wild totsluctcr took them on. the Jni or Leford Friday. His er, who was as importjnl a personage A A Mi Kinney Assistant Cashlir Till, ervI ed rtTn In t!io brnnt, examining trial was held before Judge Stlnhoii as either the butcher, the baker or the E'onnsrKd a r' lxt wonbi wore: Mon Tins old man the husband of a candlestick maker. "Plcne nxm i.;i there la front'" d ty. After hearing the proof, McCargue -- N Y Herald. faithful wife and the father of five The old weaveru are dying out through was remanded to j.dl y isanaaaV without bail He buxom daughters. Examine him closelack of prtronage, but the other day a will be brought out on a a second attar, of writ of habeas ly and pcrhapi you will see the entire Washington Star reporter found where have jutt rcoverid from fpub -r- pusan.i las. the venr." taken before Judge Uovd, family also. one still works down by tho waterside. Hsh.rof ihiv Leader. savs Mr.Texas.O.Jones, lat J. APPLEMAN M. D., "In the the Mexla. house, with ter cac I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and It Is a queer old A Irtitlirul (Jlrl. ....v..uUlerauemrtvl he ma.I.. fnr belu in think with considerable bail. There was only one eye squares and panels of carpet hung tap- bed s little over two days, succcs only das for THE C1LF.HRATED Cora What! going to marry against ten witness to adestry wise over the front by way of u.e trageuy w. H. PJaiter, who t e first attack. The second attack I am alivhl Fred Hippie? , as bad enuallv 8ore Madge Yes. vertisement. The proprietor is a little fwuiJd have been rcintMV,as I had tha he and Sadler entered : r the utcof this wiles the f.ontdoor Cora Why, not long ago you said you dried and withered specimen, much al out six hours after bclnir 'struck f Iliil Woods' ,. !". woam J rf8fHllrant. he 8t( d t0 would not marry him if ho were the bent by stooping over his loom. Ho in the fusicaie was able to attend to bbsmct Formerly Professor of I'rai ticc of Mcdi. lite, .e$jP uJ0 n. tic two 'iitle colored children; Sadler ibout two das before (retting down " joe bottle" came from the lov countries in Holland by Dr M 1. llourne Druggist and last man in the world. walked on to the stove; he heard Stanford, Ky Eloctrical Medical Collogo, i Madge Well, I've kopt my word. He nearly fifty years ago. There he was a something; Sadler said, "Now look hereS'am-by trade, but American maisn't. Judge. lOROMO, CANADA. he looked and McCargue was chinery threw him out of work years It will Lc of Interest to thoso lutiteR.plat'ng set standing Now I' saniimng l'hysliian of the Thcr tlm Profit Ciiinr In. ago, and he has been carpet weaving tll'ii; in the Northwest, to kuow that the choices- In the door between the dining-roo'twenty mttcsthe Shortest to and Mrs. Trotter How much did you pay ever since. farming and timber lands in Wisconsin are tnout the room where they were, Southern Medical Institute, tary to the Wisconsin Central Lines Settler on and the shot for that cigar? It used to be n good trade, he said to theve lines have all the advantages of healthful waaflrcd almost immediately, LOLISVILLK, KY. Mr. Trotter Ten cents, my dear. market striking the Star man. but now it is dying out. climate, good material, facilities, abundance ol fuel pur and spitMuii; drink Sadler near the lower vest pocket and builuing Mrs. Trotter I'ather n profitable in- He still has work enough to keep him, but li g water and other important benefits which can Chicago, Michigan Points, St. Lnuit, on the Cleveland, Hullalo, Mt side. McCargue then ran Detroit, vestment cigar Americans do not use many rag carpets not bo enjoved on the prairios ft the West No' West, out of the itself has considering that the N. Indianapolis and the uo and no store by him with his aan ,irn.,. .. clay, about twenty scents. '. now; ho sells the most to his own coun- druughts and cyclones,Now grasshopper plagueselect ' Ne England, 29, Canada, l the lime to ague. r., fever " "" Herald. him. trymen. He works twelve hours a day, choice lands at low prices. Wisconsin is consider- From ) a. to 6 p m one day only, returning ed one of the moat prosperous Mates in Ih' Onion. every four weeks during the) ear winter nnd summer, nnd turns otit about o.atcd dliectly on the Wisconsin Central Lines Convolution. Philadelphia, llaltimore, Washington, - th'sMatc are nurungion, Flora Wall Oh, dear! there's a spot sixteen yards a day. Weaving costs Waukesha, Fondmo tnriving cities oi.Neonan, .Mo ' Dr Applerunn It avgraduatecf llelleviie .,.lloinit- - Quickest time to llarrodtburg, Frankfort, Ky e t ilu I.ac UiStosn, t t. f.l!..l r'll-- twenty-fiv- e cents per yard, and he fur- nasha XVaupaca, Stesrn. ,Poh,t, U.s.ifiuld. Chin- Shortest and Richmond, VIRGINIA on the back of my gown. How can I Med,ca7c,lll.g;:To;o;I,rCa,uda., Quickest line to llehM nishes the warp. If he furnishes the rtwa Falls, Eau Claire, New lt.chmond 'l made a special stud? Jt the dneases he treated in .!et,er. Pd hand,, t"lbUin,Um' Jever ""? 'all ever go to the dance ' "i1 .kit t,up J rags, too, it costs about twico that. Ashland iiic Kicai iiciicvuc anti i.narity riosnitai lor sev Minnie Hall It won't be noticed, my tables, mans ami !i! or tickit. years and rccugniesnosuperior in diagnoainir Hags of rags were standing around un- tion, apply to lime I. S. i'A i i v. i. r iniurmu tr.il trixituii; Chronic v.. or money c,.,c dear; if you go early. Puck. and Dlieam He devotes all box- Chattanx'na Tenn. A. R. Pcn,lv! Forwl. P" der tho shelves, and in one corner wns Or to C his time to the treatment of chroni' and ucrvous Solid Trains, baggage cars, smoking cart and III. diseases of both sexes and his sLIII as an expert IU coaches, Pullman liuudoir Sleepers through with" a pile of balls made frrun strips his wife JAS. PONll.O P. &T A., Chicago, I.raily for .1 ("Inline. this class of catcs is w ell established Treats sue out change via Chattanooga, lliriningham, Merit! Mtiramii-Di- '-k. A Safe Investment ym must stop using and children sewed at night. Messrs Cage & Sherman, of Alexander, Tex , cesilully, and ian making direct connections en route for Knox, of blung-sho- t ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and points in the was the most primitive writes us reirardin? a remarkable cureMr. rheuma in the yard. Tho loom that You'll Wil.iatu factory results, or in case of faille, a rerU there as fillows: "The wile of of break one of the windows nest! rOriTianOntiy Curos model known, yet on one but littlo tism , the postmaster here, had been bed ridden vour purchase price. On this safe lrult tuy from our advertised druSKikt a Wileyou can Little Dick Whose yard shall I go ruder the Xavajos made their famous Acute and Chronic Catarrh . 1X1IIKI,K in Ears, Ul.ln. .:. ' .. i uwi ok i" " Kinc's iNew Discovery for Consumption. ofIt i to, mamma? Good News. .. waterproof blankets, and upon one but tieolnsmoeriaius-- "("..1 V,., auu alio w. com ' Deafness. Diseases of Eve. Ear, Nose, lliroal, At Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilming iiairn Buaranteed lo bring relief in every case when Kidnev. Ur.narv '., llla.l.l., .rnnblr. used for ony affection of the throat.lung or littlo better the Hindoo produces the n lelcly cured by It. us- - ' e reter any one to , fi DiMMi. Dloetes. O.ineDsla. Coestl- - ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macon, Savannah. chest' The Hermon. jiic uuiuc. such as consumption, inflaminatio.l of the Junes Hruntwick, Lake City, Thotuatvllle and KLOItl famous "woven wind" of India. It was her to vrifv this statement. '.io Fits positively cured, ....i n...i:..!. ' wn lm..... M DA points. UIU11LIIIIIII. Jtllima- unnrtmna aa...1. croup, Greene I thought Dr. Thirdly's ser- really so ancient looking that it was by Dr Ky. L. llourne, Druggist and Optician, etc.. "yruiK iuunthe The onlv line running solid Vestibuted trains with etc It is pleasant and agitable to oun or middle aged men suffering from Spcr-- t ta.te. er mon this morning rus n regular philip- disappointing to find thnt it was built Pullman lioudoir or Palace Sleeping Can to St. fctly safe and can always be relied upon lVia matorrnea, Impotcncy, Eruptions, the results of without pic. How did you rv;.ard it? bottle free at A. R. Penny's drujf store erroranrexcestps, should call before It is too late Augustine baggage. change tor any class of as late as 1855. The working part, or We gurnnteo a cure if case has not gone too far. White (yiiwnin-More as a sopor- from much oil and handling, had taken Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decslur Superfluous hair and all eruptions of the face ific X. Y. Herald. Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS tioints. Merit Wins. permanently removed on the rich tints of seasoned meerShortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo When Baby was sick, we cave her Castorlis. say to our citlieiii that for years we Wedesirctrt schaum and the rest was smoke bile. Dncct connections made at NEW OK-- I t'l ( llllltl I'M! ft. have been wlliitif Dr. Klmjs New Discovery for When the was a Child, sho cried for C&storia. LEANS without omnibus transfer for Galveston Consumption, Dr. kius's New Life Pills lluck. Kutten Yes, that's it good story. browned to a deep sienna. With tho When she became Muts, sho clung in Castor). Houston, Austiu, Ien Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and As Syphilis, Scrofula, Stricture, Gleet, etc , It will suit background of dark shadows and tho never handled remedies that sell As well or have And you tell it capitally the remedies. running through When she had CUUren, she gave them Castorla cured by never failingsuch as Leucorrhea, painful bright warp threads TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. have given such universal satisfaction. We Jo my purpose exactly. Diseases of women, not hesitate to guarantee them every limuand we the center it made a study worthy of an Menstruation Displacement ot Womb, bearing The only through line to Dryde Your purpose? Jackson and Vicksburj, to refund the purchase price if satisaUnd ready duwn pains in back, relieved in short time. La., making direct connections "Yes. I am compiling an encyclo- artist. factory result do not follow their use These The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments Mist., Shreveport transfer for Dallas, Fort Worth, omnibus There are no longer any apprentices remedies have won their great popularity purely pedia of clu'jtnut-,and comes prepared to examine the most obscure without San Antonit, El Paso and polntsin Chicago Tribune. Austin, taj in their merits. A. R. Penny, Druggist ut the trade. No one wants to learn There It no danger from whooping cough when medical and surgical cases, s He undertakes g Miiimii'i .mil Aunty. now. The old man said Chambenaiu's Cough Remedy is freely given It hundreds given up no incurable diseases hut cures TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. todie. Miles' Nerve and Llvera Pill Indulgent Aunty (after stuffing little the last pupil he had was during the liquifies the tough, tenacious mucus and aids in ita Acton a new principle -- regulating the liver, also lessens the severity For through rates, correct county maps and tu nephew with doughnuts and fruit cako) spinning-whee- l ago. expectoration. theItparoxisms of coughing and and craze several years stomach and bowels throngh the nerves, A new inCONSULTATION FREE frequency ol information call on Agen at Junction City, Ky. discovery Dr Miles' Pills speedily cure bilious What does jour niatnnin give you be- One society girl came down and insisted sures s speedy recovery There is not the least oraddrett J. S. LEITH, And Confidential. Address nest bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. tween meals? children giving- it it danger Trtv. Past, Agt., Jnnciion Cily.Ky on learning to weave, but her enthu containsinno injuriousto substance. or babien, aslor UnequaUd (or wen, women, children. Smallest, bottles I). MILLER, G. EDWARDS. D. mildest, ourest J. S APPLEMAN, M. D , Little Nephew -- Orders not to eat-G- ood siasm soon gave out, and since then the sale by Dr. M. L. llourne, Druggist 30c Optician, Fifty dotes 35 cents. Samples and G. P .V T. A., Traffic Mangr., at A. R, Peony's. Jan. Louisville, Ky. Cincinnati. Ttanford, Ky. News. old man has had his trado to himself. Stvnfohd, Ky walton, bus. Manager I" They flail Heard Him UrCore. Mr. JJo?te (In n terrified whisper) Mnric, there Isn't half enough luncheon "SseT ...... lb n til for all these people. What on earth am sl. lULlKl-l- l 10. lO ItOl0? Mrs. Ilosto I'll yet rlil of some of them, dour, air. Hostc (ten niinutos Inter) You're ' n trump, Jlnrio! Hut how AM you man- ' WALES' now the Uttilgt Prince FEATHERS. or l.nR'ttinl'H W.11 01d"-,- t Ailuptn I. se Ml K,'.?m. QTP A VPD ville ? P,ture ten I RUiut O 1 A usis Worth Keeping. Urge Msck Sow, unmarked. Any Infoi. go, one Tke msdlnit JPU1 i hn WorM- l- nation ol her ill ho thankfully rectivtd. A. I). Father of Family Madam, what does Koot. loo this mean? Our daughter Is alone In tho parlor with n young man, and It's after eleven o'clockl I shall go right nro very oinall, yetjiosses nil tlieyr- (ft down and kick tho fellow out. I have in mv possession a red and white Caw the larger Tut fa Pill which nlue yrars old The ov ner can net htr by paylnc Mother (quietly) She came up about vliaT heenaoiiapt .nrforthlrty jrnrs. nnd charcA and for this advertisement half an hour ago and asked for two pairs 4.TIilr alio for the no of eJilldren (Biuiultkrra C1IAKI.IK SINC.I K'lON, Crab OrcUrtl 4 and persons with vfcakstoiuachs. lor of scissors. 'Huh! What in creation did she want O them for?" tli? y nro Invaluable na t hey muse the A "Sho said she was going to help him RSfoi touMlinllato, nourish thn lxxlyej aut ruMofTlintiirally without uuiivrn clip coupons." or grilling. Iloth alsea of Tutf a Pills "Whew! I'll go right down nnd lock ffss. tjurosolri hy Rll ilriif;clts. Ioiiinl!. V Highest cash market price 'paid lTlc, 3rtc. OfUce, au Park Plure, N. Y. tho doors bo ho can't get away." Good for News. toll-sitc 'ruu- iTuti'sTinyPKis; tuer ugar-coatlnir ESTRAY. .'" 0 Sick Hsadaolie CASH ELKIN I leap-year'- .' young F.Akf-s- Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, "MOTHER'S nl Farmers Bank& Trust gen-ru- 1 r 1 FOR leap-yea- r, t. SAIiE. attcn-tie- eon-.ittr- llt , 4 o tww-ttr- v ' UltM-Or- 111 five-year-o- ld N-i- ST CK F M i FIRST lt tllue-OriM- anti-fa- t, s S200.000 nt a , 18,500 . half-mil- earl-marsh- al 1 -- nl 1 u; ,P ' fidu-tane- s, 1 it i' st half-averte- d d J- 11 , t. Urw-Stll- wMRf is- - '"I !lM?-- MEH&CR wz-trixj-- rf" 1 one-stor- y S. 'V5;il?v - in 1 1 KS'HJi Op-tul- English iSpecialist, QAfSBmsB tin Ste&XEMfi oa- f" aMMapt 1 mMjSmmib J flax-weav- er " LanU-Sooker- ' J I IiIWl(imTATJL . i Will be at Stanford, Tucs March 111. V'- -l. , New York, liostoii, 1 W ,,! '&&$ m tr , NEW DBILEANS, AMLJINAS t " rT ''.' 3 '' "":. ,... I Hn-h- ,1 Stan-lor- rs ) , I I Blood and Skin Diseases. " ' hand-weavin- - 1 vf i k Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal March Stanford, Ky., 1. Corn feeda more of the human onion neta '.than any other crop except rice, seed potatoes, ' 1802 mid K'Vdun seeds at McKlnney llros. Johnson, of Hoy Ik, bought of ' NortTMRK.N 1. 11',. ..I.. .. if uwun, n uuiiuii ui 1 Collection of accounts W. Menefce, .Stanford. ft specialty. s. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. race, 13. Money to Loa.v. Money in sums of B.o,WAWON,BUB.ManaKer one thousand to six thousand dollars to 2c. lleazley Hros. told to John Hrackett, loan, secured on tnorta:eson good of Hoyle, Uo ewes, with lambs thrown In, farms. Address I.ntkiuok Joints a i, at SO 50. MEANS BUSINESS. ollice. or Wantkd. To farm on shares Enokavixo beautifully and artistically "M.ui, or Thiice Ollered and Twice 'JO well hied mares. Hied to Helmont done at A. It. Penny's. Youi account is now ready. Please Rejected," a gerial, which begins in this Chief 8yj and Sumac. J. P. Crow, Mo-i. ....... mil anil nettle. A. H. Pcnnv. issue ii p tl will run through several Fri nil""; i u- Hupplieh of day editions, will be found ijuite Ht v your hookH nnd M. F. Klkin tCo. bought of J. M. enter of n'l kinds front A. It. Penny. LmTv by those who are fond of Hall a lot of fat cows at .: and of WilHavk your watch, clock" and ioweiry tmninv It is printed on our third page. liam Welsh a lot of fat cows and heifers repaired at A. It. Penny'?. All work -warranted. at 21 to :!c. Mu. U. C. Hiiguhk, the artistic jeweler, IIkmkmiikk that all silverware, wntchcu. W. S. Parties has sold to u Califorrin", Ac, bought at A. It. Penny's wil. lint completed a very beautiful Bouveuir nia man the royally bred thoroughbred be engraved free of eharire. spoon. On the handle the word "Stan-fortl- " mare Fair Iady, by imported Ulenelg, We is beautifully engraved, while iu out of Fair, by Olen Athol, fdr $12,500 PERSONAL FOINTS. e thesponnn perfect pictuie of the each in hand, during the sleet of a year ago ap Mu. II. 0. Faiihis imjjetniimd at home Complete In Cincinnati c.it'le are firm at I to of pears. by eickne. to for best shipperp, feeders IIki.m returned to Pinoville, The Courier Journ,il says if the Stan- 1.15 and stockers 2 to .'tl; hogH are in alter a couple of month's stay here. ford city council will pa4 a law against fair demand with 4 HO for tops. Sheep has Mu. .John II. Kiiiky, of cats similar to the law that makes it a are steady at A to Oj. been appointed goyeinmont 1). M. Howman, Jr., of the Hellevue Unable oll'euse for a man to keep a balkIs ing or howling dog in the town limits, Stock Farm, Hurgin, oilers the services Mi.s s. P. Sai.tkh, of Lexington, .New Very immigration would he such of his magniliccnt (iuardsman and the Kiicbt of her niece, Mrs. M. 1. M-- k the Ktieam of Clark :!I0I. Head his ad on our ns was wax never heard of before. we by II). ' sixth page and see what rich blood HoutIh a rip Mill'erer and MirhSik Tiik joint committee to ll.x the judi courses through their veins. has Wen eonllued to her bed for eeveral cial districts have agreed to make this, Hud Dnble has accepted in behalf of days. the 1.1th, with Mercer, Hoyle, Lincoln Axteli C. W. Williams' challenge to trot I). Tniuiv left and (.in -. .1. II. Mtf.sKaki V. mud forming it. Casey is put in lAllerton ngainst anv stallion in the Wednesday to ,'iake their homo at the Kith with Adtir, Unfsell, Clinton, ' world for a purse of $10,000, on the Hirne, Texas. Munroennd Cumberland. This arrange- Independence track, provided the enW. K MtPiiKiihON left yeMerday for ment would make the Mth reliably demgoes the winner. Ixinton, wheie he will o Inlo bind- - ocratic and we could ham; out the sign tire purse not to proud of the numWeaie onh r nevs for the ('. S. railroad. without fcai, "No republican need A. ber, buOcbiiracter of the stallions u U a- - It sky mid wife, who cmuhi f i : in this issue of the Intiiiiioii Jouh-na- i M. MAjYES, h re to attend the bodhlde of Itf mother, TiiKitk is talk among a uumlier of promThere me more than double ns returned ycft'rday to their home at Gol- inent bniHsiii.'ii lien of purehhsi'ig manv as we ever had before at this time den lily, Mo. U pifce of near How laud, the of the year ami the has barely An I. M. Unci haiaecurwl the er property of Mr. II. .1. Durst, and buildA peniniil of our sixth commenced. vutml Mr. James Yetr, of Hoyle, to ing a track thereon. The page will bo of benelit to breeders of take ihMtttiof ih breaking tiabh he kite shape is the popular Inu'k now and u,jH AND section, who have an unusually b''Ti open. wnl by carrying out the aim v it if nioretlian strong array to choose from. Mux. It. (8. am who was brought up probable that some ( th fast horses X It is getting to be almost as i fr mi a few day? mjo by her .mi would make both reputation and heie to dehorn ctittle in this section as it Upright and I Iortzontal. I. mooev for their owHra. Hid Httd motlitr, Mm. (leon IJti Mr. J. 13. Uruce introducis, out West. Stationary, V liS? ht1- and Portable. All ' W" ii. n, i still veiy ill. Sh ban ed it here and many other farmers ave sizes up to power. r..i .riHCf A cflHT.iiN yminn Mrs. W. P. Walton, who hfc who hss Ti f. yiE5Safrt itiir.i Unoqualed in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and diwrtw for matlo the ls't f the prsfieul snow by followed his example. Mr. l!ruc has it b en down with the wirne of 55 cattle that can now be kept driving a nmii to a splendid slcixh and herd Durability. n.x week. In slvlr Impmvlnif. iu a (Mini that only about 25 could be Write fur Free Illuuratctl I'ampicts ami your wants to Mit. Hahuiv tiliimsu, a IaixIiihUjii t.iklng a niimlwr of the ouiig ladies out kept in before their horns were removf i nut druniiiier.'niifl Miss Annie ISriillnjf. sleighiuic, beenNie lightly alarmed at his A WES & CO., &fT" ed. It is a rather painful operation, but Jy- Ot of b. W' Short atreet, pnt Sunday horses Incoming unmanageable while piiin lasts foi a very short while and NKW VOK CITY SI'RINCrlKI D. OHIO. Hurley tlnnki tber I" no out a fe ereniot-'- ago, and told his com the tn -- t.it. it is far bettei than having the cattle ;me Mnfinl. -- I.esunU)ii 'Inn horn-'- , piiuiou, who ii not afraid of that gored by each other. mi NKW AI) VEKTI1F.M EXTS. r.i t HY .: no kn iw Mr Hurley, but she had bvttei jump, for he could not iMiliM r.e Unit be h a mm of ana control the unruly beasts. He was a GRAB ORCHARD. Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. little shocked when tiie fair damncl ie- Will Mcltober'H was in town Mr. marked: "I expect you had better do Minern. lut'i.'ri of tlie KNlIN"E CITY AND VICINITY. Dl'.M.KK IN-the jumping and let m have the lii.es." Tuesday. He seems to like Crab OrchV. ard. Claim this in his old home and x KW I INK of ZelL'ler fhoes just icreiv It is needless to add that no jumping " Try it We are llnvole astnti for Manfor J and that he has relative here to visit. was done. hanks'. ( til tit s. II d Orti e .ornr ol Depot ulrcet and The ladies of the Christian chnich Kowl.im! criming. Mil. K. W. Smith, who is with his , WATTS. HIGGINS Wai'Iius Atiikiitos, who was Mint by will give a lunch party of some descripwife at Col. T. P. Hill's, Iihs just comillinm Cooler, ha recovered Htillleiciit' Thursday night. They have tion next pleted the Murphy branch of the RichlytolHMiut. not yet fully decided exactly what style mond and Danville railroad, after 1) the lunch will lie. I nm.asent.for The Central Keliliwly lledKC Tin- in.thv tlniiiinabulation of tl o( Imrd work. He was engineer llip teryices of Lancailer, and Fence Co., aliuor-pheIt in UReless to make any comments both mytelf uland the Companyoffer the citwuns of Our stock of Men's, Hoys' and Ladies' Shoes was to (deign bells tilled the ambient and general manager of it, and on the I am very thankful for the liberLincoln county. words to that ellcct tlrst of March turned it over to the trans- on the snow, but will siy it is hard to al patruQas,r received and hope by lair deal.nK o yesterday, or liud items for a paper under the circum- merit continuance. Karmcri in iifed of a jtood at the Mer llou in Stanford fence will Imd Wantmi. Hsks mi 12), Hutter:KceiiM portation department iu complete order stances, as everybody is at home and on each CountymeCourt day. and at much less cost than it could have Hides, tnllow and feathers at the hluhest wJOSSON will, we think, stay there until the enow done under contract. He will go market prices. II. K A W. II. Wear-e- n. been gone, as urait urcuani is minus fiom here to the Chesapeake A; Ohio, to is sleigh. Than now tttrVc buy them direct from the manufacturers. We take a hand in double tracking it. Mr. Dr. W. M. Doores has gone to Fok 1!knt. Dwellim; with nixrnnw Smith is a line civil engineer and nltho' can give you a better Shoe for the money than can be found else The Citv Judg has appointed the followini; on to visit his daughter, Mrs. Liv- officer lohold an electinn at Ihe ''iio. earden th Ol po-- it young, has made much reputation us a April. lo fleet Seven he !t sati where. Hon. D. II. Kdmiston is at Councilme nrday in City Judyelor tho City of ingston. Apply to John M. McKoberts, locater and builder of railroaiN. n and a home for a few days. W. W. Penn wb Stanford S. S. Slyer and S. P. SV. btac V. llayden. Wednesday for the purpose of Judge, TiiKstrei't ear Neland. Clerk, with r. Patkuk's Hav iii corker, Irish-ma- agitated again line to How laud is being in town.Mrs. John Higgins the benelit of Sheritt, ()of).Ihe City Council J.DEN, Clerk. Hy order and considerable new giving J. W. HAY the snow so deep that onr solitary stock is being subscribed. Those who cheap rates to Vernon, Texiw. She will dldn'l even dare to venture on a In Lace Curtains, Scrims and China Drapery. have investigated the matter are sure startSaturday. Mr. Will Ilaldeinan and parade. it will proven paying investment. It can friend came to ('. O. Wednesday. They Wi: have united patiently since Jauu-- ar be built and stocked now cheaper than are the guests of Mr. John Huchanan. Tin notice forew.irn hunters, fitvrnien and Some very choice Patterns in nice Dress Goods; you would do well' on our laud without your aconu.t over before. Iron is very che.ip and Suppose they aie on a hunting expedi- olhcr not to teepaswill be prosecuted to the I ft for you to to examine now and buy early. at all mikh extent of the law. higned: N'Ver- witli us. We need he money are a larue number of hore cars on tion. Mr. James Fish is visiting lim there C. M.srODNAMOORE Foe our 16 and lengths in Kid Gloves; White and Opera K. IIKUCE. ss unci V Sin. the market that have been superseded daimhter, Mrs. Dr. Carp 'liter, in St inTHOMAS C. 1IAI.I.. Color; all sizes. has been quite feeble nil STEELE IIAII.KY. Kok S.i k. A cot tap and lot contain-I- n by electric ca is, which can he bought at fold. He A.M. KEI.AND. we fear has picked an unseasonII. V. (JAINES. one ueiu ol ground on Uaiivillestieit. a little over half their cost. There JAMES (il YEN'S. ,l'il, rn nt the iloor. Will ell cluvip. !. will be a meeting on the 21th to organ-Ue- , able time for his visit. I. S l'HII.I.IPS. whi'ii we hope steps will be taken (7 C. KiiKleman, Jr. on Saturday hut anionut--Our sales for the immediate construction of the to i21 20. During the week we purlive feet deep on llslle line. It would enliven businc hcreaud j TiiKsnowis t chased II cases, or l,:K0 do.en eirgs. hat tiap and in many places yesterday the draw it givat disd of trade to our iner Nearly liOO doen of tliis amount were body. IjncaslrrMap' was in it up to the chants. received on Saturday. My competitors' D. ' Iid miybody ever? Lrug-gis- t and telling -- pent the day in computing Tin: sfsliiciion cfise at that the Nimeis.'t u ill not down. It will be ie- - the people what I would lose on eggs. Keeps the ntciV ihe t .i'id largest laii ty of Tiik train men said as a Complete Stock of y tliey are trying to liguro out snow in themoiintaiiiHwasaboul as deep ineinbered tliat Thomas 11. Cojipage was Fancv Goods. Fruits, am still as here. Theie him lsvn no troume yei charved with MHlucine Mis Dick and what I will make mi them. Candies Nuts, Cigars Is- if Slaughter. on the load, but theieV hound to siiijimti her lather went all the way j paying 12J cent" I. : ' Ai d Liiiar. o in the Hy Commencing on Friday night, March and brought Coppage back to Missi-sipthis Keeps on. .'itli. 1). (i. Slaughter Will riri':iint In fntv the niiisie. The uroof was nrettv """. . 1. ....... I. p.ial. Tint HiintTior conn iihs iiiiiiuiv" m, n I. was regular iiaiicing ucmirui i uireci, mu ior some re.ison uopp.ige ol 'I hat be a:o leep the cheapen Mo of the Lincoln circu i, .,nrf decision IHC,!W1K II(. 1HS lllHrri,.d since and deuce in Crab O.chard, which will be , ni(1,v , ,, llieiwfof J. U. Allor.1 vs. in. . iij , ,.ontilMU., ,.,.), Friday night until broktlJ t100M lie u.M for ilatimueH l Bti. i (,ain)l;.,. Mjt t0lll.hl bv xf1MS Dick far 'merit siillicient eiicouiage.nent is , . court dismissed th. i.w. w, ba q a Yrgctattlt'S&C , and that he ex hange all limit ..!,.. r,. ...... ...l;... l.irJ, Walts A: Higgius Dick to have Mr. Coppage arrested nil iiei uiI tiiniki' mill .riilltll.lllt'll Will DIllV ul KoiHlfr llacoii,pay. liulter, Kgs, 1'itatov, iii mind , will. Il lie tlie bastardy when he next b..ows his face in be ulntfgfd the nominal sum of 25 cents etc lor are sole agents for Stanford and ... . . :.. .i union. rei.tu Market Prices. i in. Falls io Hrauch Jellico Coal Somerset, lie is neiween tlie uevil ami to assist in paying mr me Promptly and in style. tdiippeiH of the genuine, j the deep blue sea, and will in all proba- - will be a source of great pleasure to the GoniN delivered anywhere in the dty and Ills daiCo. miners and ly trip made to Kuwl.uxl Head their ml. hilily let the damage suit go by tie- young people and they should endeavor coal. original Jellico &3TKNGRAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and fault. to make it a success. and call on them. . i silver taken in exchange. c What Wktiiki:! Mondav if began SrKKi.K, dealer iu general mer-s I, William Hale and Miss Celia to snow a little after sundown and conlandiM' at lluslonville.made an assignwere married yesterday at Wilsru I'M Alcorn is his as tinuing to fall all night ami next day, it ment Tuesdav. Dr. Adams', near Beo Lick. 10,lXK) and was eight inches dee)) when it stopped, Bignee ami his liabilities are Tlie snow storm does not seem to The heaviest l0.ets are a although a great deal of il had melted. have been general. There are parls of fVKissets fi.tXH). Wednesday the sun came out, a thaw number of city Unas. the .State that none fell at all. commenced and much of tlie snow was Sleet, snow and ice have probably Koy Hai p Tint boys snow balled young turned into water and slush, hut it yesterday, ai.d clouded up again hy night ami again the killed tliti fruit in Texas ami Arkansas. clerk for K.F.J oncs.Sr., glass stopper The snow was so Jeep in Memphis street he retaliated by throwing a snow came lastly but nuisflessly down glass iu couldn't run. at them, which shuck the plate break- and continued to do so a.l day yesterday, cars The .State Senate defeated the measl'eo-pi- e A. Warren's windows, inches, reaching a depth of some one of A. K ',il'!l''j making two cents a mile the maxivalued at HH J ing a hole iu it. The glass was are prune to My that they never saw ure mum rate to he charged by the railroad Haviuir removed iny likrber Snop to the Cora 0. such a storm before at the time of year, mucinl Motel, am ol theSlate.as it oughfto have done. k is getting hut others with longer niemories rememLixri-- Mk Maiiv Hw Frederick .1. Hamilton, a New York Prepared to Accommodate Ladies She ber a heavier fall of snow at corn plantmiito a reputation as a fruit raiser. newspaper reporter, whose duty called as well as Gentlemen, own rais ing time ju April. The present is tlie is now enjoying orangcH of her upon him toinvcBtigateonoof the teni In ftDyihtng thy my with iu my line. Cbil-I- o in., und bus a lemon . tree wen mieu who heaviest, though, in this locality iu more fever, has . i. wlttd on. Call n mc. ..." .ne iobo i,.. than a dozen years. Yesterday's pre- itients stricken with typhus disease. He fruit, near V ripe, ..i dread in her dictions read: "Threatening and snow. fallen a victim to the The best Chilled Plow made, Kxtras carried in stock. Satisfaction JICSSi: THOMPSON, tiutte a number of tropical trees field independent of Clearing Friday with freezing tempera- ..uu l,rvi. man and died on the JJ.K.&W. H. WKAREN. """, guaranteed. nit and eoou she will bo la Commercial ttolvl. of duty. fruits nre concomeu ture. Warmer, fair Saturday." the South as far kb blue-jras- a '-'0 - ..n- - Al.l jcni-u- iu P. .....ll.i umiu nt -- Special Inducements- TO THE TRADE. JFaving purchased at manufacturers' first cost a complete line ' -- ! L -. story-readin- Men's, Boys' and Ladies' Fine Shoes, court-lioui- will offer thorn at Prices Boyond Competition. Just opened placed on sale 60 PIECES OF WHITE GOODS fti Bargain Prices; and also a line EMBROIDERIES AND LACES. Hhk 'A store-keepe- r, CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Eggs and Feathers bought Mam-brin- o Complete with Spring Styles, and with our usual Low Prices. Remember can save you money buying from us. Also the Newest Shapes in Men's and Boys' Hats. at the highest market prices at THE LOUISVILLE STORE Manager. sf up-ply- ." Iver-tisi- sl 4 Main Street, Stanford. URBAjYSKY, Proprietor. kite-shipe- d OT3UAM KINitllPjEIS STEEL BOILERS, Semi-Portable 2C-hor- -- I a 1 1 ln-t- . rt 1 y?v v 5Rcisj ;gm. &- jrTi 1 TIIE J LF.FFEL i . s . kty. SEVERAME -- & SON, r - Original Jellico Coal. TO TIIE FARMERS. r.ll-nu- Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Shoes, &c. - Ni-ar- s re, Never More Complete Uotioe of Elootion. court-hoiuc iS-)- Cin-cinns- ti C1l'. n d The : Newest : Things POSTED. lull-c- it I I zo-butt- win-teran- d d 1 DOIT'T TOT! X2TOW . . 1 . . . JESSE WEAKEN $( trai y W.B.YicRDBERTS, and Jeweler, Dick-Coppa- ue ay tie-- To-da- I 1 - A pi J DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS. I .!. 11 i I I.!... i ir I JOOJSTT FOHG0ET V. WALL PAPER, , sum-Stanfor- d, Staple Groceries, Highest . ,,,-,- And Provisions,, Jewelry & Silverware, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- s Kow-i...i- .f ..... - . I - I- - Ad-am- L1 The Vulcan Chilled Plows, 1 1 .gKU 1 rr hBHMMkiBS'' tiE3MMHk9iP fti yi. I ) ! . . .' i n o N Y Semi-Week- ly Mi',! Elizt Smith will open nohool PubllehedEvory Tuesday and Fr day here Monday. Mar. 121st. AT Bro. Charley I'ow ell will preach at school house next Sunday night and at Hush Branch Sunday morning. WPWhen nut o paid $y.50 "'11 Kt charged.TPe; Hurgin, formerly Mr. Baker from K. o. LOCAL TIME CARD. Train nives Rowland at it j jo i m L. & N. LOCAL InteriorJournjl HUBBLE. It BELLE-VU- E -:- - STOCK - FARM, Kentucky Squirrel aaSaaaaw .v d (A Season of 1892. BY ALOYONE 2:27. Mitudiird and Registered (Httltkrelher to Quartermaster JiH. re of r, In the 'jo list at I ysmr tsW.) ;ooj, , m , returning TIME CARD. 1239 pm Mail train going North " " South ,, Express train " South .. .. Korth " Local Freight North ... .,111am 63c, am tjipm .s?m time is about South. 511pm The latter trains also carry passengers The above iscalculated on standard time. Sotar o minutes faster ' CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints cured and prevented prompt by-th- e use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills They j v : Squire G. I Bright held a called comt here .Sttunlay to settle si diller : : enrebotween Fannie Gilvin and Nannie Ij.ton, in which Nannie claimed that Will m tie the sin nod'tji it "r stab'ei t mil. Fannie owed her for work done some west (StanUrd o.i the Hiistonvine pile, DR. W. B. time ago. Squir Bright, not wanting At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. to heap any cost on either party, had t)ei(rition and IVlirer Sits er Tip is a red OfHc South side M.11 street, in office recently e ich pick a man and he picked one. lias If h tifl m.tnf. atui tail Inml. hn,l. km vacated by Ur. L F Hii'Titian, Stanford, Ky. O.I UllderWOol, Joe SwOpe and J. W. aiikltsswwhite, and is a milel sa.ldle hor.e. has the sllsTC illIU' t i. sired the great Siiscr Kii. b) On nme, son iirlut, .titer nearinc tne evititnce and ."' hITtlH tiviidiiii r i VntfAT DR. .JUrllX J1. T iRHPinL.thcnccnmiR uecideit that therHl 0,.a,Vnei"i jack.on Skeedaddle. h Olisvr son t dam's dam bv w.u no'hiui; between the two ladies if W'atoner, d dara u Red Lion Homeopathic Physician, Sliver King's dam was Mollle Motitice. by Cab--I All went oirmnoothly and quietly. hell's Lexington, son of Hlood's lllack Hawk ssl STANFORD, KENTUCKV. ounr America, son James MeCurlev and fauiilv will dnm hj keedaddlc's isl dam of layVor's Meseeti er by Medoc, id dam Otfice Hours: 10 to 12 a m ; in j p m.; S to move to l'rtint Lick in u few day. We irumpetcr, ,ia aatn Annus P m Mures sent to us will receive good attention at . Ofhce qn Lancaster street, opposite regret to ;ive them up. Dr. Hrouauh reasonable rates, but will not be responsible lor ' 39- escapes Parting with thinks Mrs, Wm. Underwood in n fair acrideuts or Lien retained on colts for mate furfeits Insurance. season moil ' R. C. MORGAN, D. D. S. shape to tret up amtin. Hunter Ilou-BBAZLEY BROS., A. J. Hice, Church Yeajrer and Utter Stanford, Kj I'ope all came out Weilnesday with DENTIST. Is mosini; to the Higins orhce, Lancaster street sleigh bell- - jinlinn, to take their best Nitrous Oxide tas given for oaintess esttactiu pii'lt out ridmu, but alas' the boys staid STANFORD, KKNTUCK. too loin; and the snow went before the Keni'.tireit boy- - could pull in. Jc-- e Walter cttine By Second Jewel 40. I).tm 1) ol htonew jll laikou down to see his many friends Sunday, l5i?.0 Ihtstslicy sa'l lie stallion will make the sossun after beinj; in the South for seveial of IS ,i at ur staMe', imlo Trom Milledireville, Dealer In Lincoln lountj, Ky on the Stanford and Mil month". editesille pike Owing the sianit) of money Foreign and Domestic Fruits, we v ill Mand hin, jt digestion. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, Lowell, Mass. PENNY, and greatly assist cleanse the stomach, regulate the liver, Hedgeville, has rented here ami will do any kind of smithing. Rev. W. K Arnold will preach at the church here Sunday. Hew Kerr, f Danville, delivered a good sermon at (he - . - - -- xi yi a..m av- ifSJio.-'- . izr:--church Sunday morning Inst. Jack Yeakey has ordered seven lbs. of tishiiig lines to use in cae the fish law pases. He has ordered it n litt.e large for hook, but he sa s he will eatc'i them Slindard under Rules 7, i larger this year. 1IY PRKIKNDKR Son of Dictator and W'mon t )v Almoin Josh Sivopo sold his largo, brown Iv I aiu eood, smi of Hiira- mare to Ming Cooper, of I'ulaski, who dam L. UK e. dam I. ad) Mctotilan; is buyingn few plug mures, for $47.60. Rockefeller, hy Amerl mn Star, d dam llav S M. Spootuunore has sold his mare RtiSmond, by mule, delivered at weaning time this fall, to C. I'. Underwood for $00. Mr. iJ:m.!lMvfit . by Kdwtn FWrrest idam lolly Steven l) Mambrlno Chief Catherine Blackerby sold her' family l.ANCKT 7171 is brown, with right front heel and left hind mtcrn white, and was foaled Mi) mare to Henry Walter for $100. at, tMn, He Is tandMtue aud stylish, high finish, O. A. Swinebroad reports quite an ed and hits treat muscular power. His tests and are k4 Hit sire 1'reteHiler, fast intelligent lamb. It belonged to a ewe feet has shown quarters ill jj seconds.Is He Pretender is by Dictator, who sired three trotHe put a ters which re fused to owit it whose acrige speed m greater than am chain on the sheep and let her drat; it so three sired by othtr sl.tllions His Jam is a weft bred daughter of Lancewood sot. of Ilambleto- he could go at any time and take hold of IHHII. Will make the season of 1(91 at my stable la the chain and then she would o n it. Stanford at The lamb at once caught on and 'when it wants to suck it will go and get on the $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. c tain aud its mother will at once stop Call In and sec a nm- individual with an excel and answer the call for something to lent pedi jrce I. M. BRUCE, of, Hubble'u shop W f mdj- c. j', d ilmmplon (Streef.McKitttiov stallion race, tcsord, and twesity-fcsirthi MM) Akasv hen ef Oeorsje Wilkes a u and. tlie r noons Alma Mater, dnm nl Alcyone t; with Almeter t sljj , Alicia 1 1), Almuirr, pubMc trsat tjKi AlntK stsV Arbiter i tnra s.t ftn in listi lie trial 1 1) ossth tirtsi a mnr Alma Mater Is the only mate HiB or 4ensl who has prndurest three son that lw with a record ef a 15 or lrtter 4- -) ear-oltfl aei, J- LANCET 7871. s hy SenlllH 1st dam Oal Vise slrcaf Voh Armn to- '- Tsritete nsl l mm sUMr" In a i And heller ji' the Mre dam h( Ijuarturmnster s)K. Nyanitr t j QuasterMiister't Jt4 aire tvf 6 Ih I Ml CeetMsl i ' of Stanley ( I.lftfe C. i iH. c 1.ihis i Waltea (Quarter Slrctch (s s t vH. line Hells (4 1 t jH, jt, l.eue() r, sfUrswiti' CJr-it- ei1. e ti'. This el season ofiKy . iii'i '' at sa ' 1 . r si t.r tti ., 1 it t ke I m ml, 4X1 ' At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. as 1 llemble-toni.i- n, Drecrlplio;. and Iedtir Kehiiicks .uirril tea beaulilul brosvn ij'4 Imn.i. hljch sndt)e"i 44 litis Srtiis;. His style, gall and n uoi "p. lure si UKtci K jin'(,.tll iK. ' ni W ilkes e 17 Ac ne.(ualled by snr saddle slallism in Krntu ky, (uardsmnn is a ruh hmn h ijv, hands hitrh.nf fine atyts and ceHfmmation and from his rich havlas: tiken rmire preniiatis thin an) h use m inheiltnrceof iirodiKins; hliw.d linr,he shoultl priie a cieal stuck Imue two of nt u'uol lu, the Mat age, cnesideresl. Keatuck) irirl waa sired b) the teMi.alesI Resl Ostium I' '.i t new t jenrsoM, trotted miirlrts as starling in '7'..jtid .yixondt l.aatdsmin'a full 'irother, Qiwr old- - aad ivm he show sUIIsmi Kenlsuk) ever pis.fluietl li' ' ) morns )earlU in list last ) rnr lis" the hed htm In HJirk Soulrrel Kentuiky Sqirrel Irrinasirr. put two 1 ) ear olds, two , ) ear is the iirrattHt tailiou that eier lised in Irintf speed earls, as no other hntse esrr appi il ilsm y Hlack Hinl. J) dam b. Tadkaniar's l.i.vt.. i. this respeit luardman has the same "irelin, Is naturall) a fast horse, nfe tiU) is iood indishl-uMack Bird by Phillip, Hlack ll.h.in. v Cm. Ml charadcristiis and whs should he not sire as much iperd Taylor Rlaik Hint isi dan by Calk II .1 n, b) IVlere' llalrorsi, bj ViiKlnun, thot- - u,h'icd wares irsxn a .rixantc kept oil go. l ass at per nscHitli, but m reHin. Ihlllls fur a ndti t it r escapes 1 1 dam Mistic dam of Cascarilla ' is',, .. .ky HnKH"H 77, danseaf OimrSersaessr o la iitl uuscaniia Kuiit Wilkes sM. nmi OHver K t Minnie Wilis 7. At Mrf "usidjis, ,i' (ftrenf inre I at $50 to Insure a Mare With Foal. H nCA-CBIIiT- O dam .1 MAMHRINO t t ami s others in so ami tetter and dams of Mi i hy Clark Chief Sg, sire of Croxit ieu 1 is, Wilson 1 i'1',, I'hall is 1 1'(, Corallaid t hI 16 others in j je and Hler ad dam .hy rilat.Jr it, Hre of y in 'i. list and dams Maud S s os,, Jay Lye See s , Nutwood iVln? 2 UK with 77 in list Manshnno (lift 1 and 1, others In the list The KrenteM hrend imttr re that vet lived Mambrimi Clurk is a (MmissHfie chestisHt suliion of fine injisiduality and at the vtir) low lee, is de seVivrd to meet the demand ul a larjte 1 lass of breeders who are unwilliinc'o pas hiirh pn.es tut w.,nt good blood With the creat I'tlm, Jr Chief rirms, MamhriHO Cln IK snsmM not oal sire trotters, but producer as well $UQ to insure mate with hial N H Vote niUired at time of nrice. Invalid should mare not prove in foal Mares kept at tea sowible rates, but a.it rie4iills. (urai.idenis ivH-1s- 1)11)1 KV CLABK 3404 n, IASt Al.Khll Ed. Barlow 237S. Mindar Itule I'la ), Iis'Ih '4 .nilshiah fal ' u. ,s I A C. Is itli, trance lounl, New bred oil r i Sire I , ihs 1'irst dnm Wohuru Maid, by Wohun darn of I arsei ;S d dam by a Miml ri' 1 hssrse, d tUi .s Mamlnao Messrt;ir Castellar io lis oUmleer s, site ..r s( J i, eti,isiam MissNoJiec hy II amm.r sstsiol fottcr s I lay, , riant Wells Sur, .lam I Artillery saiii n.( Mmieets , ly Aniens m bl.ir i(. ,.l daas hs Hs.trand Wstiiirss 4 b) liambletniS'.aa Nt .In M, s CsmsKi) hy leieerasih i, d data the da.u ort.s i. Cmslrs he rldar K4 FVrassv wiu srsutsl the kiwi ef ) at i v Siable tU miles Irnsa- Sisafai.1 . tk. ... "'. u and( Uis tiver turnpike, n.,r n u 'i le Mill, at i in',, L'I'l (5 - D. M. BOWMAN, JR., BurRln, Ky. sii, 1 eit. 6 Stanford, k i, Silver Tip 169. W r W- -- r $10 to Insure n Colt 4 Months old VI ; Dentist. 1 ,i. This Space Helons ' t I will also staad al the saase time 4nJ i' young Jack, .... nn rn UlA . . s 4, Kir-- JAMES P. CROW, ' ' AI J for a niare and 4 S months fir l'roptictor of Lincoln Stock Farm the Home of 1 r ') due on ti! 4s. n when . sMmlhsold Mares tia.'rd or rem , e.l fr , tfrii.i,,. Hrtint) ,ln. i Call aad , . sto. k 'tHi mskinK sour aele" ttoss C M SPO ,VM II r n prasrn hic.,.llt be Jise i. a red jack eld last is Inn. . hifh, '.id Lone a"d keavs a p.-- )r. a h nb1 re O.i . t breeder !..! s r a1 court-house- I e, ' -- BELMONT CHIEF 868 i O O o GO , GILT EDGE 261. 1 SUMAC A1TD OTHEE GOOD 02TES. If. c :raoviMiniMa 3 icrq 8p MAPLE : 7! 3 Confectioneries, Ac. CHURCH AFFAIRS. I Uev. W. E. Arnold will preach at Has with him a firt class tuker aud can lurmsli Moner due when colt com?, or mare is iwrU-Hrnul, Cakeand the like on short notice S7 McKeiidree Sunday if the weather per- with. Mares grazed or fol Jh reasonable prices Not responsible for any accidents should any oc mits. ' cur ' Deniable 'arn of 1,0 TTTiT? GiltKdzetsa Hew W. Y. Sheppard will preach at aod tail, handsbeautifttred sertet, Hits) mane X 11 uLl X. Aires on Crab DrcharU inches high; was foaled d SIS to Insure a Living Colt. Ull IJIM'li pike, miles from SUnlonl. 4 , SHADE . : STOCK House, Danvillr, K) : FARM. a c p 3 c-- 1 W. H Miller 70 the College eliapel at afternoon. A Jk.'JO next Sunday into THE SHELTOK HOUSE; ROWLAND, KV. '1 Quaker revival at Xobtesville, 11 Intl., has drawn over 70 persons Sept is ci, inso, ami is a oerieci saoiue nurse (ilt Ld'e was showed as a i ) ear old ami took the sweepstake premiHin at Kirkssitle and in his own riu: at llarro,lurj. Tlies who watittu breed to a jood ssdille slalllen are cordinll) Fnsiled to lsK)k at our horse and see him Din-illeniid One third of mile ttons C "it 3 CD n n. 5. rs w a KJ K. P. FAlTIeCONElt. that church. ; Ills House Kas been refitted throughout has ,A 9Soi LIVERY ATTACHED. J. W 'I'rniislent custom solicited CRUUR, I'rop J. H. HILTOU, Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. I years pastor Of the Second Baptist church, lhchmond, s a., has accepted the call to the mstorate of the JJroadwav Hantist church, Louisville, lately vacnted by .Mr. Tupper. He was born in Macon, Citi , in s'y,, and his last wife was a Miss of Richmond. Uev. W. W. Landrail), for I5aj-lor, 0. , He was sired by Second Jewel, he b Cunniiij; ham's lewel, he by old Washington Denmark Ills hrt ilam Minnie b AtcIlnnnlcCs llfilmrri. d dam hj Wells Crusuler. his 1st dam by stonewall Jackson, lie by Washington Denmark, , ,,e by I)w,mirkt ,,, ,( Ctusa,ir. Sire and xrumisne of " by old Whip. M dam a Ko ky Mountain ware ton a is, brtui jo1, I MADISON SANDIDGE ck SON, Milicdgcsille, Ky rr.ove ABDAI.X.iSLK MAMBRIKfO ; ill e 3715, n r. in list , (,, ue a S Hy Al ct . Ileitis no t j i litn.sjio , Wawisna ', risatlee I )J, .lam of Lad) Maiolis. i ts O if,3irm'iCnraiiHEa a KlsjctH-siesr- WBDGBWOOD. i e The inciease in ablations for taxasadJle stallii n ssill n ike t1 e season of 'fhis Ooods sold for cash ouij it gives mi jilerisun. tion for the past yeai ns about $7,00,-00- tio at ur slalde one n i'e r.l ol MiCormaiki church am doing testate to the nublk in general that The increased revenue will be nicely under tne Cash S)ste-- and that the people arc rapidly catching n to thi (act that ittstlie about c20,7"i0 for this year. The increase At $10 tO InSUre a Living1 Colt better system, both lor the Imjerand seder. I hey also know that I vellaoods lor about .1 third le.s in valuations for the previous year was Till u caning time; colt stand tn 'Ood until scusan money is paid, marepirted with forfeits lii.ii! than my compi titers who do credit business Re which was sttiibuted tn the ranc mone splenYnember that keep constantly or. hand ?J!, Description and 1'edi.iree lie is a dark hut, ' did assortment ef Dry Goods, (Irmeriei., Cloth bij; boom in Eastern Kentucky projier- - S't hands hiirh, sir) lieus) inanaiHl Ull, (tame inc. Hoots, Shews, Hats and the tike Call in and ee my mock, which is replenished almost dails upneaueii ana mrnei nimseu vers ernceiuny .in'i t Oweiiilioro peer he H. Hit ION, Rowland, Ky rider lu 1 in the world r Soti ol the trreat Dasa Mamie C dam . 4 loi it nf Sunol , ami Motileith j Ami r j IV' Mt ', j .. eti . ire of isi lis tkss ss Hst. sire of Rowcua, the fastest ysssrllsjsi d3 o Idd o o tsoTMSse, and is the r, lleUtliefahioiabl young-ee-l SILYERCHINES 6818. , r & Stive rlace i . a ... aa a ,.d,,u n ,. . 11 WilkMaaslMauibrino l'.u hensmss He prststweed producing sire that evi r sto m1 lu this pan ol the stale ,Taak..A-,.- ...a. I .1 li-'jS- ATOKA full brother ti.Seo I I 042. K .Mt"-eniier- . 57.ir J 2:15 2:15. j J. II. BAUGII3IAN. HREA.VDilORM McRotorts 3634. foalecl IHKD Sire ISV i .INSURANCE AGENT, Representing 17. Standard and Rigistered . MAMHRINO STAR 40.1. 1 h ' Maid (41 a 17', Collinwood b'i, Corinne ItJajiH. eiscr Ik.) j j nH Conn., of Donl'edru U 1 jj oil haif rude track. Instant of Hell 3 itU. First dam by Lyle W likes 4'S,!-lrc- . of Manchester, . .. v.H r't; 4m; a 1? .....,.. nj. n.....n.. ,,,,Ki aiaii.., . iM, Matlie Wilkes a io, Lulu Wilkes, trial j a7 on half mile truck, by tfeortre Wilkes, slreofllar America, " Co. of ry Wilkes 2 xi, Guy W like, a is' ,. Wilson 16So So .ir1,. j II Richardson 2 i7X. Iliro'i All of which are first lu Companies I would Wilkes i ti, Rcwa Wilkes 2 1SJ4, Wilton Ji,',, on ins friends in t'lis am I'ol. Joe llurker 2 i'4, Tom Rojers a ja and k others he pleased to wait U'iI iniitt Jsan-t- t rr..i icies promptly issued His sons has e sired jSlrom 10 from j 13' i t does, wind storms and lUhtni ig tin,-- ju-- es J t i lu J JV ..Mi. u.iiiiici-- UIU ,111 u 1111. til jo ironi charge attached without additional Second dam by llilm's orkshre Office nl First National Hank, t if r '. b) Imp. Norkshtre, ire of the dam of Ashliid Chiel, sire of Illitck Clouil 7 i;1, Mine Cloud ? 17, Mambrlno Startle full bro Asnlaiul Kate t Majolica (sold for ther to Majolica 2 15 and Mi-hy Startle tnal 10' . sol.( for ijo.io 000 dam Ji.sie Kirk, dam ot Muiolii.i, iccord I Miss Majolica, tnal 221, Kltlridge 3 oU elchester if) 2 an and dam of above, by (l.nk Chief 89, sire of six in a 30 and the ddins of lew n from 2 i)' , to 2 ' Second d.im Okl l.ailv ilimot t harlc) Frlel i ioi,, Little Miss jV,, liy Capt, Waiker, sire of the dam of Harry Wilkes 1 13!, urn rite others. hird dam by I'artsli Pilot, sire fl.itie Jones 10 Fourth dam by llrowii 1'ilit tilth dun by Cadet L)le Wilkes b) Oeorge I irst d.1111 by W ilkis a Amirii.ui Clay, sire of three in 10 aud the dams of 12 in 2 to Second fa n b) M'imbrino Cluef, sin off. in 2 o. 'third dim Mrs C.tudU dam ol Eru soii a 10, sire of r in ,0, startle ,o, b) Ilainblelonl.iii 10, sire of 4 .i.ind dams of .i I irt dam by American M.ir i sire of 4 in 1 1 . and the dams of 4s. Se ond dam I.) lllack Itinl M. KOIIKKls V ,4 is a beautiful buy, i'.'. hands hi jh star snip and left hind foot w hue, naaaaaaaaHnnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa " UWrl-7- ' ranuy and lominamling in appearance, t;oo I, it faaP'ssaHnVIVsl lionc, well muscled and one of the grandest horses Goes without boots or weights a man ever drove WaiiBBt:--sii'i'H!e--- a h.ls ttotteil iiurters in was driven about three rail by Mr, Joe llrvan, who sa)sallhe weekIat pssTlJiTIHnw".T. rTnuiTf. nevus is n.iiiuiiiig 10 make .1 trotiir sure lleing voting and growths', Mr !lr).in advised me not to have him handlid until fully matured In Ins pedigree there are ten producing sires and six prol icing dams, two ol lliein bcin inthegitat brood His iiediene contains all the ire list He traces twice to llaiubleto-mafashionable blood 10, twice to Mambrlno Chief 11, once to twice to Harry Clav K, with . American Star strong infusion of pacing and thoroughbred blood He Is bred like Mainhriuo M.ud 117' ,, sold for 6ooo, Uing hy the same their dams by sons ot tiiorge Wilkes. He has two colts foaled to date, both bays, large and line, and is an extra sure foal getter Kvery mire ho served last year Dealer in the above with one exception, is, I think, safe in foul He will make the season of 4, at my stables at Ale. Hogs Kinney at the low price of Sheep for Solicited. Stock Cattle uod Sheep a spt laity. Persons havintcatiy of the above described' stock a Colt, for tale ur wlthlii) to purchase same, Till do well call oil ur address me An etperlunce of fifteen Money due when colt stands un and sucks, mar.. to years in ihU business has been of profit to me and parted with nr bred to another horse. I think I can make U profitable both In the buyer ico GEORGE E. ALFORD, and seller P, O. addreai Stsnford, Ky. Office, at the Mers House. McKinney, Ky. i if Mainlirino Hartford, Hartford, Eng. Manchester, Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, North Ins 1 ... ...,,,,'.. 1 - ' defy all compgtition. lie was sired by Second Jewel, the famous pre- lewel. he hy inium horse, he by Cunningham's Washington Denmark 1st dam I. line, sired by Stonewall Jackson, another premium horse, he by Washington Denmark, he hy ItUok Denmark, etc. Ltd dam by Gleiuoe, he by Imp CletKSe. and s on 3d dam by loot II ill, out ot a copperiMittom. Look for moment and observe the irossei of this horse, .ind sou will sec that he is backed up A b) the best strums of saddle stock in the land look at him . will..be sufficient and a liberal jutroo- . fc's very kmdls soticitesllilierul terms, but n Mart kept an was on "sponsible for accidents, should any occur . I j 11 stands withnuta asasuduler. hi. befiiir haudleil only three weeks, w hen he went lame and was turned out, he would fact his s.i)t (entr.il Kentucky to-i.Notwith-fctandln trsslters and proe)icia wsrM ofi the nai in For particulars, address, with pedigrees i iof and Kina II i w)i Irul Ss.a of AbeUllah MataheiMS ike steal sire of dams lie Is. i modci stallion is well a a trotter. I vooM like to hired Josir I' I At I.CONr.k, Daasllle K II. T. lU'SII, REAL ESTATE AGENT Stanford, Ky. I GEO. DICTATOR hi VMllllll. liitlli. :JS(W. II Breeze Wilkes. ird - oid ' a) stallion, Line I. p ( Ml , is , hull Is b'gb, lllnth Mallion, ftmled in 1SI: Rtrorl hvTjUs.tn.tnr .rl IihiiiI.4 foaled - J. M CARTF.lt, - JIC jr;IuJ p tirt ' . Tile Matiiiillt I iitlx iJred Saddle htallion sesss DB1 EAGLE of hkounel, find mi the Hielb.x 1 ' in lie of Will "i.tke tin ',,,., m0m4tlij ssass aass. s tu 1 iiti!it at the sta-li- li mill" wel nl Mine pike, al the low ia-iui I. u . puhiu S"',Kliiiissk "! n, N'k o'Nnl , .iH,c ill tlie I'.WI 17. Htiil l.s Maud Xlnwner Nmiry Jans, 4am Hllil Kltilld vire u( DilCCt t. il staa Hhai J7. by t.eatle ifllieeie J46. sire ol J ,6K. Msrlt Ifl I .'"", .".,.,' . .1klinrt '' Mr mill IX iillis. - l,crtMedit..ilidd4s.Ma.dMe.seiiB.riiV )lrrrilKli IllllIlllleliMI- amt .eAr , illtlie'JIiOll-tX,Um Kitty Kiv.r., dasaut inn Ik'ho nf HleclililllMtl. (illilLie Wilke-- . llertie C.irl s 17 by Alesander s Ahlallahit. !, ' Arhsont and imv,m. sirr Deviei.etc ) 1I11111 Clam, (dnm of Dexitr ,, Nulwoeil 2 Mastelle. bv lUmof Mttm , ,e.r-i- who in , tutu sirrd for , and Alum and id 11 (sirtl of the lllllll tif.ooo id dsm iliy K.l Jacket, eite of the dsnt f Star ... urn i..i....i i. :,....,.. Kentuck) Wilkes. nW. ami the sd dam it Red 171 i,ii " Mieof .Iav.Kve-Me'J.1- 113. ol1ir-- i SIRKD HV I'KIDbKV 1'IiuIInh 2.KM. IrUI 0, , is. Marr niiit-ti.r'- J i,, li-- ' ' " d 1 . I V nam . 1. . si ltce ..llj ailllinii SI5 to insure a Living Colt. I lu i 11 dark ami Pedigree liiiiwn. full sixteen hands high and four old thii spring, lie ha. 11 fine iiiiiuu mil tail, with :i iiiueh -- lyle and Motion 'JiImih as any lioi-- e in KeiitueKj. -- lied liy the meat King ligle, He was (the winner of foiij liluu tie-- ). 's 1st ditiii by Slat I'Jtglu ( liis- -t sun uf 1 Iecriitiou .. u-iii'- s 111 -- Owb-bell- (1 'Jd ."(1 -1 i t, 111 n J, sin-an- d WILLIAM DIOKELAND, Cattle, and by Hlack William. .Stat Kagle was gut by ('nlibeHs Lexington, dam by (tunuiil Chief. Mares will lie furnished gr.is after May Istat $'2 per iiioiitlu C'aie will he taken to lit 1I11111 i (the lllack ilamof .Maik Deiunaik and Monte ('In sin-o- f .Miller's Denliittik. King Kagle wasthewinuei of miiielhnn 10 piemiuuis tinil w.t never bttatuii in the iiioilel ling b) hoe, mare or guiding. King Kagle was siutl by Hlauk Kaglu, the Lexington). tlain by Ilainlut Denmark. tlitui by Hniii.--' IVmiinik, son of is-t- ol Orders prevent accidents, hut w ill, not ho rccpon-lb- e hhoiil any occur. time; ANo at the suae tune and place I will I wish lo remind b essders nl the fill that lit Vike fimily isthc greatest on earth I h y sell for llie most, command the stint test, and lined on hale of sohm. Wtlkr as ftdinw s Astill Sioc.ooo, Lua p $60 iHsn, cnlyle 40,00.1 1'iiiuo Wilkes (ifeldinf; Jj ) 000, . inate, b Magnum l!o- - llirnbiirl $15,100, Ralph Wilkes $jn and elite's for Jin 000 ind tipwar I Iimi numerous to men1HIIII. tion Ked Wilkes, Allerlou, Ouy Wilkes and A Young Twyiiiiiu iniiie. by :i slum coiniH mil stud fees o' $i,noocarh and a kimI CtKiur lie Kcuii (Ileti- man more staml al near Sjnn I will also name a 1 dam Uhl Twyiniiu mare, (un- - few Wilkes nf the third eucration which show bow ihey br id 011 Mom ars year old record traced.) 2 Position i year old record '',, sold lor (ihtnu.i: Di( rA'iuit will make the eiimi i6',t o.nnoiil ubltc auc'lii n, Athadon, iw . Imnipinn On ) earlinj stiillion, recoid tif JhlL' at ijrelaUd'tnUa sirraiutdim s side llreeie Willes is tlie followSunol a oS'4, Palo lioao4V mi; noted horses Vini) HinksjiKi; Mlurt iijiA,, MaudS Nelson 10, Jay I.)e ee 1 10, Anon 1 ioj, Direct 1 nl-- o have Of, Itiiv Wilkes j oSv.. Axlell 1 w Red Wilkes, likes and Axtell uiaiic (jiiy Wifkes, Ac Rrd se.soiis nt $o each beiore they bei nine famous, ind you now have the opportunity to lire nl to Which 1 will Maud at the Mime place and llreee W likes .it tlie low pr cr ul b AbdllllHll ! (file of ( iiiliUniith Maid '' and llolmont, (.'. ro of .Nut-;,,1UiUHl":ISt)lhllubvMaiU- lirillO Chief 11. Ollt u( n .1......1..... ,.f P11..1 lr iuii.Bii.u. ... ............ (fire of the dam of Maud S. U:0). Almont sire .V) in the '.Mill list. l.ula bv Xmiiian "ii(-iie' May (jiicoti '."Jn, ul the ilaiiiH of XorMtl 11:174, Knnny KubiiiMiu i'JOj, Norinan Medium MorM '.'.'(, etc.). by lliiisuii; Nt tltim SIsK-it1 1 of ...., Wilk.,wreol Ralph . . utomi .i'i,.j .jj fr jpM.o.u al , '2:, Nlle o'.v.ii jjC. k.Ji. Jackkoal jsVi, Jint Jjcksoii it, Ac, l.y Iron's rwlFusikjitl)rKllil m Nflmn ? ml sireot P )."" record also srandsire of cahontas s,u4ier .mW' j. ,lum. Polls bv Cadmus,..son ol . . . . iMssencan ruiipse, sire 111 (.alio, sire ol the duns of Laly I hornr i i , ind Maashrioo Patrbe'i, sire of the dims of tu) Wilkes a itf, William L snt nf As loll ' is, A i . id dam lv drown' Dellfound. er, sue of the ;d iliw ot Iklmonl 04 an I the id of Wilkes lloy 1 7tS, sire of Lonstaiitme 1 i,',,Kilrl fur irj,A at piiklic 1111 lion and ,m of Maa.br.Ms, Maids tsVj, Peto.k j' ,br rori'i '' ,re.G1.!.U,r-v- . W,ie? in.4 liuy Wilkes. iH )ear-ob- Wilkes. 2 sire id d l , 18 ';"i,mnttmof . Wilke-t- i, si',, lr hihsl io S',x; 1 $20 to Insure a Living Colt. FOUR GOOD JACKS, J", Three at $10 and Wiley at $8, . ' l $20 to Insure a Living Colt. anexcelldiu individual and .,.1,1.1 ,,r ..., isinit, alo .in exceedingly sure Will ,nake Vi.onnf .8gat Ch.rle, Dunn'.'" miie. Irom btinford on Hit) Rush llranch pike A lien retain'. I on coll nntil season money is paid $25 to Insuro Live IMPORTED JOHN, At $0 colt. forlinro mule and ;.S for If not sold befoie the' season open-,llOt male mule Will p.li,tuieinares-at52,bllbible for accidentrf miles fiosn a dee. The vsMtntv is cheeked with tursmi,. , These ss not a public r.. , i c ineserv duestlon leriac the rouut) scat tkat Is wA Mjia'lin, I We have the knots ill llraMch el the I. A N It H. slivldiiss; the lounty from liast Io W l ,nn ) C. S K K fiotu North t. sMilh. the K C k h Irons this place Io CinciNstati, () at Winchester, mm full ac ees to the marictt t I he whole wotld llesides, we have tbre. jr c Pleur Mills in the count) thaiEiiens i fur all uur gram iibt at hosue, and tin- ,'c arltt asesit ol the mountain rrtnn ol Ha.t' rn Kentucky be iilroads nn i ',t , let Sonth hy railinads ha. cieated sue h a items for all kiuils of c vitals and provs suler that w c scarcesy retain iiwiks tar anmccisflsuinpt), n 1 he peO le air prosperous, generous 4ii.l k ' belle sin in Christiaaity and ssduiaii, n Hire is oot a neighborhood in lat iiiunt) I ,.t ,., jjosid chu. h and school-hous- e "Stanford. theccHints seat of I.iuioIh is , r,r peruus little city ol about s.soo inb.ib Unts ai the ureal doorway from the Nurth mii.1 N i east "south and from the .Northwest to s i t ea r and standiec as it does sarins tight Into II i ,j uinof the uiideselwped mountjins of Southeastern Kentuck) backed up b) Ihr whole III (,ra , ri'Kioii ol the Male with railrovds running tl r it to all ikmiiIs uf the loni'Mss, make it naturar, one ofth best locate.) towns in the Soutff f r manufactures .fhil other entcrptl.es of insi;nitiide Water Works arc now being aeilated nn.l ri t aboue the lown abouti three foiuths n theieroiikl be erocted Water Works wii'i veiy lllllc c.t lhat would supply a lily of i 0,000 lr habitants with the purest and best wairr w.,rld Our litlleciti hss been newly rel. in thi 111 'he-UtV l years ami its business liousc jr.l tit n. kleuies will compaie with "arRtr cities of crealir Our mercham. m,l .... ",,. ,. ... liretcu.loui . ... .,u ill ptosperous anil uollljT well We have tank, with a 1 ipital slock ol $,o,ik,o that twv ate I I iriH.per.Mis and in a trood roiiditlnn We base splendid sc hools W c have . Oer 1 Mf T c ollene, a large brick biulilini;, with ovir 100 luls .ttendance ami umler the' priniip.ilship I Prof J llulibiird, is m n llourishinir t m.li tun. We ilsohivc a .Seminary that is a ffi.,,1 scIiik.I, with Prof II K Itlakemanai its he.,I We havione of the nest Public School liiiildinjs In Ibis .fctionof the State, with over mo pupils in attendance, and with other good prisalc schools ' )ou sn our schiHil facilities .ire excellent w e h cletTint 1 bun h hnilningH, riiresent.tii; tvery dennmiiiatiuii, with a full corps 01 ministers oflias .chss taletii jnd are doing a better business than an v class of mi n in the city. I have tried tn make litis rtatemrnl as fact's without anv e.agerati .11 or colnrinx, as IhovV who know will bear e out, and Iho.e who wish 10 buy pleas-ni- t lumcsatlair prices and locale umoutr a koo.1 people with all Ike best surround-loir- s would do well tn c ill and see me beforu pur lij.ililf ''tiewhere ty tsser r" , ll-eSssuih-sa-lsi- Lonshlerlnz then Io. slur Ihrir nrln,... .n I , tilitv of sosi. laeotMseHichieuf turnpikes ra rsstuls i briNs markets rljjht to our do. and they r, aieihear Ithan the I ami. ofisa) other Ouniy,' the hute hen is srarici) a harm hi the i . iMwrsmuiri rich lands rinmn, very lust tl iVsse (Uile a .s 111 i t I 1 VKMh I r 1 an - m I. in, ,,in hi j ail well inprose.l at, 1 k iu sic from so to c rr I rr it. VjJ a't u' .la -- i,,.u... J 11 111 ie 11 E. P. WOODS, Sta'ifurd, Ky. M. S. BAUCHMAN, Stanford, Ky, OHARLES DUNN, 4 Stanford, Ky I SUROKO.V DENTIST. Otfice .on Miin street, over W. U. McKobtrti DniB Store, btanfenl. HHfep A. S. PRICE, ((. .P