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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892032501 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. 1 i Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. Journal NO:8 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 25.1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. well-known Wi-con' warm aud golden as the break of day on LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. I a June morning, with an -- M.W.Dwhou, aged to, ami Mi.( Matt Salter, nn old ami Col. Silas Adams, after being weath The snow was - inchc deep here -- i - ..n v colored man, died Wednesday. where it hod not drifted. er bound for .some days here, started on j very well for Tennevw and I liuois: ,. , at Next Monday will be county court .1. A. James', near Crab Or his return to his post at Frankfort on There will be. a free entertainment ' but a the two illustrious epicure will .,,.. .laiiie-Was- h Friday night, day aud a large crowd - looked for. Sunday last. Institute at .. Tlie alarm of lire Monday night was necessarily have to pass over the . sacred, Notwithstanding the disagreeable red ickiila and Miss .Mary Karla, . . . .March 'Joth. Kverybody inuted. ., mM.,l.. ..,..)1, ""l"UlU,i,J ... mm.1uc weather we hive had for the past weelc from Ik., FotICTlail James I:. Mintou, aged 7:', died at caused by the explosion of, a lamp in a . , vi.Mt- - we beg to surest tha I ; n,ov at me ,,rilte. 8 or two, the usually l town o; i.io-jrhis hoiiitt at Yosemite last Thursday, nemo cabin on Richmond street. '"'Vtany w.thus for a few days and; war. j ottetiheim' ty has been very live! Marshal Hamilton .ullcd about a Ho was n soldier in the Mexican ,. ,, ,, ,, ! prepareu i ......., tn .. V.l. mine Mrs. Lucy Ann Sharp, reported asj had nn attack of mumpd dorten "crap shooterx ,, . ll.ittle Jim Coulter 0n' mfnkln,B ,, "'? r ,,lll,,,s a ? l,!j;11 ' ley. Ad.ut county. We.lne.Jnv, to attend in a low condition in our hut letter, wjs last wee ami it was reported that it ; Monday Th.-- weie taken before Judg.- Chicago or !9 l,ri,ri,bk;. the marriage of his nephew, K. Welling- - buried at the cemetery here on la.st Frilimed a 8haH- - peculiar to that H,mphill fur trhilaml were ncptitted. had . - would t.Iado? A ten-- , tQn c ' -- It A. I'.iirnuiiiM , H... champion hunt-- ' wU,ch day. Funeral services at the Christian .... o , . ... WIOfClDV. .,,..:... ' " ' occurred veeterdav. church bv Be v. A. J. Collins. March gave us a touch of winter not. er and fisherman of Garrard couiUv, ' ,s am' 'u -- Anita lialdwin. daughterof "Lucky" this se.,on of tin-- ! killed four greenheada and one teal duck J)im"; I,ot. "j There was a dance at the Wilkinson verv acceptable at both- deggs, r yeaV. Baldwin, eloped from ."an Franci-c- o hotel on Monday night, on which occa-- , Lancaster, on ro''!'",e It caught some of our citizens out jou Gills branch, ' bon; chipped potato..; hot wtfee' ,tb Ler G Baldwin, of tion all had a tine lime. Fine niu-i- o on of fuel, some out of feed for Mock, while Tuesday last, and could have killed '"ft " "."--- . ' j more if his shells had Craw fordsville, Iud., Jnnuarv . and various instruments was uiruLshed by everybody was more or lens not given out. I iii"ilj&wna unn luiil tin " hd Mormw, a fisherman of no ordi- to be an a iept j they were married, but the fact has jut-- t Mr. Collier, who for Biich a spell of weather. covered with cream. Higlie-- e cf A Oram of Tarter H.i".in? I'owder brii'j-Wilson's home nary magnitude, has is with the flute, violin and almost any as been announced. The selected father When Congressman allin le.nenine -- Irer.gtli -l- .atMl t nit-- d Statei a many millionaire. other kind. (ioi eminent Food Report. guaul bill becomes a law your scribe will one of the xkirmishers to aaccilaiu when HUSTONVILLE. ROY A I. n.VNlN't; POWDER CO., A young Mr. Shoemaker, an organ Versailles Nanier and hi- - coufin, oiuie in foi a slice of the pie that so ma tin biting season arrives. Me litis been 106 Wall itret, New X eric. I'ev. Chatle.o Powell, .on oi Capt. Catherine Napier, both colored, came Io man, lias been among us and by pitas-an- t ny have been nibbling at. 1 was not njexjK'ri meutiug in Dix t!iver and came bocial qualities has contributed to home guard, but my father was, and very near getting a bite from a sucker Ben V. Ton ell, will preach at the Chris town Wednesday for the purpose of .GO TO.. (io ou with n't long since. marrying, but Judge Varnou wa sick the enjoyment of the people. A young tian church next Sunday. that lets me in, you know Mr. A. (ioodloe Lackey, of St. Lou-- I Mi. Homer Oldson has returned to and it happened at the time !hat there Mr. Eddy, too, has been here exhibiting yourgood work, Mr Wilsing, and I won't i is. came home to twodiour-anattend the funeral of ' her home in Paris, after a week'H visit to were neither preachers or magistrates in that wonderful modern invention, the Toh.i! onr p!iotrjpl' mad. X ou will find tell about that ill.iha treat jou right and rIvu speech of yours at Liberty, and how you his aunt, Mint Ann (ioodloe. Miss Lil-- i her mother, Mrs. W. I:. Williams. Mr. town and they had to return home in phonograph, which has attracted much that he tion Keneml.cr he mWe- - pictures oftou satikfai all Hardin Sweeney and his charming wife. single cnedne.-s- . attention from the youngiters mid the the ditferrnt Me, ' skedaddled-- ' out of town with yout big lie Nuel is vbdtingin Cincinnati. Me.-sr- s. Irom the mallet photo. tip Dick Moon- and Will Marksbary, of nee Mi-- s Lmma Tesenriter, passed thro' Col. Christopher David CLenault, of old oues, also, have taken an interest in lir.iphs ami to a Jif sil portrait in crayou, water lniiulle of papers to avoid being uu color- II you iiaen picture patell Von hain't Breckinridge were in town Wedncs-- town Thuisdav lor Paris, their future Richmond, will U- - married to Mis. Sal its operations. Another one also, by want enlarnl,it uill pay jou Io It ee him lielore wr(iarrard, by lol. IS. J. contracting with ii one have a I day. Mrs. W. If. Whcrritt has returned ; houn (ierge D. Weatherfoid, Jr., is lie CJiWou Humphreys, at Versailles, his tine mixing qualities, has added locatr! Iiere and wany aiwa in be hirenude, lir ill to jic foi.'ot It, have you, John Henry '' A J KAItP, Stunford, Ky. a if Judge Wal- -' back fioin Bichmond. after a stay of six Mai ch :ii), ami a special train will carry much to tin; life of tlie town. J'or eotne We dfd not report the marriage o1 from a ri.-- it to Ldui-vill- e. to welcome "Geor-- i the guist from that place. Col. Che time there was an uncertainty about bis .uh Uelk and MiM Txree lUirham ton lLi-o- n is able to le out again, after a ' yen is. We ' gie" lioiue. J. B. Cook ha resigned hi.s nault i president of the 11., X., I. ft B. uame, as lie seemed loth to impail it to Falls Branch Jellico Coal Co. twice, as is thought by muiie of your long spell of illueyn. Miners an.l iUipprf, it the (.KNUIN'F. It was unknown M!n Anna (ioodloe died at the lesi- - position as traveling salesman foi A. It. ; railroad, is a wealthy financier and cash the inquiMtiveoiie-- . readers here. It occurred twice iu letj . V M tt; lie Mnli.riii Vntintnl . . .. I...... tl.iM ulaiM- - it 14' I rue. iltowt.. nf ki'r Hlster Mm I) .... I irltiv. f!liii-L- .V V.n I iimn... ... .fcf.ui , ..... ! iir nf t.......... v.. .... ..v... Hint . ...w. whether he wu- - too poor to own a name .... .j til. niHICII MUHl line 'i". " ha accpted tiiel bride comes of one of the royal purple or too rich to need one. He tinally, for but we mentioned it in Tuesi!a's paper In this place, on Tuesl.iy, the L'd inst., known as "Si-ter- ," tlii- oie a;cnt lur Try it , and lier remains werei position and will begin counting ties to- -i familie. of the Blue-Gras- s and is widely the satisfaction of tins people, gave the Rowland. We are .oraT ft Depot street and aud Dtlire of that week and the second mention of at t o clock i it was in a letter written b that other taken to Itichmoiid for interment Tliur day. I'at McKeon and wife, who b.ivei known and admired, aud possesses rare uame of A. J. Collier and resideucn t HIGCitNS ti WATTS. Falmouth, ostensible busine-- , fur tinder. fellow, what aiu't a democrat, and pub- day, the Mth, accompanied by the fauii had charge of the Hustonville i Brad culture and refinement. While the youth.-- , maideua and oldand Kev. W. O. (iornl fordsville turnpike toll-gatMr. William Martin, aged W. father lished in Fridays paper, lie also sKjke ly. palldx-arer- i for a nuin- ...... i as .1 I. .mi. Iiur iiiuI .i. it. t . . .... ;.... l l ,t. i.l Mill. I. .1.. .1.. n !.....:. '.I... li irsu u'liu.i itier oir year, lievu irriuHT lor .'uiiujit, oi ii.i ciiiiuieu amii jwei iiiur inuiiiii- - .. er iiies have had such eplendid times, .I'll. i ui iih uiuugu 01 MOU. Jollll tVUCIier, I am agent Kentucky Hedge of laui- - church., MiM (ioodloe was a eonsiateut ' Smith 1). Vowel!, head cterk for J. I). widower, was uuuned Tuesday to Mif.. the younger bo.-- of Liberty have not Fence Co., ot for The Centralolfer th services of , Wilcher had held high and Company to the or, and made mention of "our llour and devoted member of the Methodist Swain, at Somer't, catna up to see his Telida Porter, a comely widow of til. At been inactive. A few days ago Wins loth mynelf and theamxrry thaokful forcitieni oC thn liberLincoln county, t and hop by lair dealing Io mill," just like we had one. There is a church ami an istimable lady; 'beloved ''folk" Saturday. Mi.--s Mattie White, the came time and place Miss Woodie Wilkinson took an odd notion iu his al patro4.aKr rccei-ea continuance need ol a pood Farmer daughter of the head to get sick, and it was necessary merit will find rre at the Mjer inHouse in Stanford null here, but it don't make llour any j by all who knew her. She was a warm of the Hubble neighborhood, is visiting Martin, the IS year-ol- d Tence to vn e.uh County C'jurt iiaj W . IL for his very laige bi other, up the hearted woman and employed much of Miss Mary Adam. i above gentleman, wa married to more. The rats got into and ate M W JOHNSON. -. a lot of Strinpv. a bachelor of .'s. Immediately clerk at liolt about four vears ago. time which "her time in deeds oj charity and con. wnai me -- cnus ueicrmmes. after the double marriage the bridal par- - sample papers of Gooch's Mexican Boot time It has not cracked a gram oIwhe.it, ;forting those who weie in sickness or One of our exchanges conclude., after tie.-- repaired to Mr. Martin'.- - home, near pills to a boy of about hi- - own calibre. though for good meal it taken the cake . distress. The luteiior, a leliglous paper pub -- tud'ing the censu", that probaoly no Hale's Well, where a splendid Xow, while a Liberty boy - not a perau! l entitled to the bakery. HUSTONVILLE, KY. , ' "When one who has uot obtained information was spread. A hop followed the supper fect saint, he is generally free hearted, lislied in Chicago.hasthi.-tosa-y. Big Snows a party of Anieiirau Milois fiom a on the -- abject, could make a reasonable and till iivr o'clock Wedne.-d.i- v niorn- - so this hoy, being in a benevolent mood, Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, nml iiiilulfo.il ... .. v...v-fr.v.Mr. H F. Ililleiimever.M.e BlliegrasH (i1i!i.1i tivi-Mr Martin llie ....... ... iimiL. ...,i.i. wa . jij ... ..... .......... in bis tin u issued these sugar coated pel....... ................... .p.. . in !i Hi reet .Mii.i.a ...l .... iiiimliei nf tiliieHM -in tlil.i.i....,. .li...u t.o ..nlnr,..! .u (Juecniware, (.latare, Cutli'ry, tah!e and whose ad.l fiht, all the republic was convul-e- d pocket, Harnoinad Conlectioncrien It is best to at , I'nited Mates containing 1,(00 or moie bad considerable trouble in winning his lets to his chums. Nutbenman. of Cul- AWo handle .Molire H'ow., Chilled and appears in this paper, writes. "We read the himiIi to its dignity and out war inhabitant-- . The guesses by the uniu-wit- h bonnie bride and received her an-.vin draw a veil over the tribulations of the-tivatori. Double Shovel. Cor I'Unter. 1'ui.l.eye from 10,000 to 1.).-intercut your local of tin great enow .,lups were put immediately in commis- - formed are the negative moie than once. The old lioy. It is hoped that iu the Hit u re Mown and Hinder GI.e him a trial on March IU, lst,7, but the anuw in j HI0Ma It is now n year or more since the IXK), but the I'nittil States census di. gentleman is a regular tobacco worm thev will be wher if uot better 5xs. SpauianLj in Ponape burned the houses closes only :i,71.". Moreover, thera are aud Mr- -. Porter deemed that habit a Iiicstion fell on the :Wth not tlie .Jlst DEATH'S DOINGS. ano melted moat I) as it fell. There was 0f American inihsioiiarien familie.- - over only .',.VJ tb.it have a population ex most pernicious, one. An ngreeinent on the last (he heads oi ooi fellow citi.ens aud Milt! cccdiiig 1,.'00. At the other end of the was finally made, bowevei, tiiat if lie snow-fa- ll n also a memorable Dr. II. 0. Heiudoti, a by jeeted them to the grossest insults and line the returns are no le?.-- remarkable, would quit using the "weed" she would t wo days of March. IWd, mea-uriu- g physician of Scott county, is dead, aged ImunniH' toc of Fruit and ()nimental Tree, 'indignities. And nothing is done. Will for there are only seven eilie.s with a give up her "tatty tolu"aud reaching for 7S. the gauge 4 inches. imall hriib, inn and Plant. Price) . . . ..tell us wiieiner a oopu ation exceeding iou.ikhi. inert is i their wads tliev. with tin... 11. .....-.- ' It may iWMid ill pAB."iig.' stale itcpartineiit litan move Mr. A. L." Woodbon, fatlier of Train low. We hnve no General and oar profit cea I. and Strawberry Caa-heri' their begin g, of tlie longest and iM self denying abundant room for growth in these jfi nient, cast them out of tl.r-i- r siglit and Dispatcher Matt Woodson, diedof p.iral- - sues on application to ter of ISSO SI wa-of HtLLKNMEVKR, Ky H. in Ken not a woitliy the attention of tlie eabi- - tie-an- d tuo-- t dicigreeable cxpetit-ncetowns, but the places with aged agreed to be each other's till death doth iu Hait county, Weiltie.-da- y. , ':W6. Tiie tlrnt i nill . H -- njor ,n H tavern biawr-'(XXl or more population already contain separate tliem. (17. tuck sinc- early iu the His wife preceded him to the tomb A lemarkable interest is lteingtaken H per cent, ol tlie total population of snow fell on November L'Uh and the la- -l only a few moutbf. CRAB ORCHARD. on April mh, and during this perhal of u, yarioii- - putt of tlie Mate in tlie culti the I'nited States. Tlie larger dtie., it j .Miss Kate Sier, of Hariodaburg, a House and Lot in Crab Orchard. , of lish in tlie wa appears Horn tie leturns, are growing Hlldavs there were but two biief inter-- vatiou and proS-ctioCol. I). G. Maughter is tlie boss egg relative of Mr. J. W. I. out, and who fo- rfJ I was bare ters of the Commonwealtliaiida coiiven more rani lly than the country town- - at j buver. He -- hipped til cases one day merly resided here, died at the home of fnlur0aCer, rent n hue of alnc rootnan1 lot- f vaN during which the ground corner of Stanford and depot treet, water, Cral. Orchard, it there were "NtplacM and'H the next. of snow. After tlie snow of April lUli, tion of tlshtrmen is to be held some large. Thus in her mother, ill tliat citv Mond.lV, alter t I. ter dtiralle ha sood Ar!ifrcc fine garden amt litacc. high temporatuie prevailed and in m time in April, in riankforl, to tli.eiiss, having .s,(KR) inhabitants or more, the Kyery huly and gentleman are tor an illness of several months. MKS KVA WAKD, ll Crab Orchard, Ky. imredibly short time grass and trees the situation and take .steps to enforce j combined population of such places be dially invited to attend the hop at I. Mrs. IS. .1. Crawford, of I'arl.laud, were green. Tlie fruit crop of that year the new law that lias been or is likely to ing tM per cent, of tlie whole. Iu ISH) U. Slaughter's ou Fiiday night A good mother of Mrs. A. S. Moilett, - dead. be enacted by the 1'glslatuie unii that there were IIS Mich place?, containing timei.-- . expected. w.i.i of umiMinl excellence. She was born in l.ockingbaru county, The latest tlate on which -- now 111 in subject. Lincoln, Garrard. Meicer and yi per cent, of the whole population. The cold, disagreeable weather don't Va.. (7 years ago and r maiden name iu this mat Scientific American, Central Kentucky, Mnce I began keep - Boyle are deeplx intere-te- d he was a interfere with people moving, at lesst was Margaret Ann Craig. delegates to the we had seven shipments to and fiom member of tlie 1'iesbyterian ehiirch and inj aircord in ISdT, was otr May '.Mat, tcr aud slioiild M.en Theie u no kissing in ( hina. t lll sell atnetcitv cot for Cah tlie entire IV.!. On that nioming the gra-- s and , o.nveiitlon. Of course those selected this place in one day th.'r. week. was noted for her many christian virI SUtlc.of American ladies kit, each otuer they are tcfk.il jf.iud- - ol should In lishermeii and thev should go ' We were unfortunate enough dur- tues. were white with snow."-Pa- ris trees Mrs. Addie K.ist, wife of Mr. James in the wav doing as they would Imvf men do unto ing the snow to lose almost an eutiie x-- ....-,,- ! - t.. lm1.1iliHir..wn Cbiuese ladies compress their apple orchard from tlie rabbits. of big tales, as thev will meet some of Have C. Kluioiv, died Tmrday after an illness Linbracinc rut. " tho ,mifl.,slo. w,,(l Wl.re m.v,r kuoun leet aml.et tm-.- waisi-piac- e A gum humor is ma, ... a conn, of three weeks, during which time her , ,lcnn,0W vo ( comp.ess their waMs who, in to,Saul'raiic.nco paper A short while Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, sutlerings were iuteii-- e. of .American lad.es U 3llujl.ct eV,.u to . H Chinamen would be the great let their f.et run wild to .U.!in,"W before giving birth to a child, now only .x ,..V(r -- n(I Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps S.nr' u teat rat- -, neither do they eat soup , a few days old, she wa- - thrown from aj d ;UL. .ndid. st, earns for Jljllw:ire Sjcs and I inwjre Orotcrlc, Lc I he cue. or pigtail, is . . . ' that in hi opinion, "tho death of ltret buggy and the fall and scare at that j iv nlto -- - miii.. .1 t : ,." Haite would be the most fortnnati "''P d" Veu.e' th.ir 'aciUll. critical period was no doubt the cause of i.i ' .i .i ntream- - n....... not tin- original national- inoue in imn.ii i visiting Mi .. rn?iH.i... .. ,.....;..., ."lll'I, 01 1., ..c ...... AllIi. luum "" o,..,.,.Ci. tlie I.l up. im.inw.-u.-"- her death. Hesides the infant, Mrs. HI peuiniuea...H.-o. (.xr.ilent lish th.it """"Holme.-.7' Ml0ll ie m,nl wil, hlM- - AKIi ni v.tmt .. . Hw. . Iiti.i otf In' f hir )..... .1.. tlin I Miiitiihu- Tv tli nmi 11 MT Sue " tnL-more leaves another young child, who "" . 1, u im,i. ,,,1,11... inktceni I. K Su-e1..0 (nr lie reasons as iouof itl. l.u.L- - n.l 7Ml ' ' ; ing Mautchoiis. The men of China wear wield- - .1 pen we continue wild and ,'. will, with its fatlier, lee! tlie irrepaiable hues at tho pioper season 01 the ear. - -- but that does fmt Mondav. Mis Mamie Heitrv . hie Iosk woolly. He in a blot 011 our evolution, tliat only time can assuage. Tin-1.11...1. .1.... :. : hkirts, tin- lailiwi tr.iiiser"TTCSTT "VTTTOTXT not til all signify w liicli is tlie better man spring inillinen. Mr. Thomas I.edd, of lecea.etl was for years a member of the JJU-a ding on our civilisation. There is no liigldv improper to take h that aie! j denying Ilret HarteV yeniu-- , but he ie nesting. The destruction n' one h en of the two. A man in China shakes St. Joseph, Mo., - visiting his fatlier, Itaptit church and lier neigiibois ilu: his friend, h.i- - excellent ,,a,H.- - win. himself in " U,d, immit-ratioi01 ner in llie JUgnehv inline, wineii w t. Mr. C. A. Kedd. They had not met in h ' ai, li.u-.- T?"V ' en Ul1'1 ' i -- O vcars prvor to this visit. Mrs I). II. assurance of the fact that she was a good Htyle, but he prevent- - the .ale ol ; '" l,t' m? hundred-o- f the same ,lMo a. ,0--,,. rry uhb in China, the men to Cnliforin Haret might vie with nusin.- -. woman. Her funeral wa- - preached at ( ' Keep the ntcot ilie net and lareet .ariet of ! . .. Bi?mi Tlifi . , nlliiir ... ., shield their faces from the sun, the wo St.Julien.but tor 'Mr. Hawkins. three o'clock Wednexlay by Kev. A. V. iM is nothing to pre . maidens could b introduc-- to her inaj wi. Ttnyv ,Ti,10 .Sizuutore, after which lu-- r remains were Fancy Goods, Fruits, Qy A 15oiMr( t smVvtii (ut wa. j Illtf ditto, only there mk,s u v . .mces .. . , ., of I'okei Hat. ,,, vent the women from Mealing Candies Nuts, Cigars but for tlie 'Outcist ore --'0 well built towns iu Kansas with- taken to IhiUalo cemetery and laid by ' Theie tliroiigh the pearly intei.-tice-s. who pieceded her accentuated our earthiiake.-- , .. He has ..i.; And 'I obit. o in the .ity ? out a single inhabitant to waken the the side of lier son, ,e no old maul, iu the land of the On n.lini.j nf tlit.ir .lW.'rti'il strents. Sara about a year. emphasized our aborigines, exaggerated vefy (1lforcwIf f()r he,r "----" , . . " .,.,-...(W, ,..., ,. llllllSM. ., lr..u our mannerism, ami iiinue me i.- I..fl I.. nlli.r. ...!.. miiii Ulll. .M.irrillgei. .Ill llimil- ..j ,.... ..i., I V . . . . :.. tlll" V. ill II Wilt' liuuu.k. ' iuiuhiiik. " .1.tiim mil rt.i "'vv- " ' Jinnee ami.1 M,ell,8 to be to get the emoluments per-- ; "Ul brick hotel, a n'O.OOU liool-lioti-e xh.t hen. .ecpiiie cheaper tock oi ' law.-I-- ron. mother-ii- i rve- - her -- We were glad to see l'.ro. Arnold , . o( ,hl,. ,sini.M lu,se.--, yet Tneeting at the taining to the same, and when their Mil- a llullI,er -r- ider oenwr's ! whichi-.-ie- s paid, they -- it quietly down tu.e bv a Ch.na.in.. there is nobody even to claim a place to .out, who gave us a g h..I sermon last are CM.ittian church, Winchester, of ftJunday. ., ... o.r and leave to the people the bolulion oil .... ..,.:..,. eoniiniiiticatioiis that sleep. At Fargo a Sl'0,000 Kcliool-hous- e ivitli 7', mliliiioiiH u.,.i i... .' :, j ..,,.,, pom 11 A , '" ." "' - a a . ir. oiiie-gnwui- .I.-...- -.. l' II. n.-a- I "; "L,, M"7"h, I '; -t , '! ".,,,, , Alxe . . POWDER i Hi-ii- Absolutely Pure Ix-e- V ' i EABP, ARTIST, d pn - 1 an-gla- ..... ....... ,.....n.w - .l..v lu-lt- .,.... 1 Oritflnal Jellico Coal. - e -- TO ji-rr- THE FARMERS. I.ani-.itei- po-itio- us O.-e- ar, r -- i hi.-sto-re. O-c- ar I ; v. ! er Stl Ull m , l872. I892. , ' well-know- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. .!..... i . .. f ..,.... .. Uod-feann- rv l,j -is t FOB, 21E1TT, ' s l-- i i- j li-- Assig'nea's Sale. 1 For the Xcxl Thirty nays Hustonville, ,V - n r y w. ,,, ,,,, Kentucky, 1 j. W, ;! ad J 1 1 .... hop-sticks- 1 .- w ......, - x- - .""' "'" -- - i,. 1 J" f 1 i., :.i ..,....,.. i..l- i 1 ,,, I N li-- i fi-- i. ie , of )kinoi.tak.ritj(wvfrum j h"u'lh '"' i- isu Jl'.ilb -- .? ,,..,,,,,, .,,. ,,,, ! -"- !.-.- - I 1 ' - DON'T FOHG3ET -c- i ' j 1 ..i.,l Groceries And Provisions, Prices. -l- eeplcs-ncss ulailv can sca.cely beoveicstima in the form ol hot wa Insomnia is frei.uently overcome ,el. by persistent e of hot foot lmtli- - and . luil.lo hot water ai a drink at by! d : u-bed-time- -- ca-e- Seit.fullnwsufll.o the e l.e.ul-t- blood-vessel- s b-a- of bathing of the feet. he hot drink ood from tin, head-t- be - givvisioi- 'V' i utttheg.i,esof the,tomaohand ...o....:Hnf ,.,,,, ml, otnfort. -.- - - ordsthat uike tiuroHuiuuii. the .. ! t v iv 111.113 iiLiLio ..lit !' .. . . imn per ecuy iam. on the lakea make iar with llio MiKjut, SIOWS lV lllH rCC "'" i ..i,:Jai, ... ng ..., ii ., . 1.....H uleadi v fa r'"' slice ih- crux- -. A herder the Danville Mill Company at ,c lor whUIl i.e pay the about it?" Tlie laws ought to be vigor- - ,. ,(()ok wUll aI1(ljpilthos. Tlie i nwM to the family constitute the sole popu- - Jlivurcd. ously enfo.ced and no man should be fo,mvil bij!l,eil l,v;three "ministers of and his Highest Market o ed , (, Caitor icelected to .ny ol.ice who has not the ,,, niM ia la.ion o what awas once an '"n-at- ou nu ty have been engaged at ... for Jul- - no , )y ui( m moral courage and sense of propriety to yt.sU.riiav'H mail, amt is'given ve.bati.n: t.v. This - sad commentary nUnA . towns liveiiM. healthy booni. Those Kan-.- idischarge id- - duties faithfully. of the united St. Sir American"" "to ,' i(.rV0 -S- ince the c -- The Nashville Chiistian Advocate wo , CliritlUe a Church and Call like Wichita, advertised themsolves asj c,a good thing j euced, it w.l add much invite, the editor of the Chicago Intcri Cu.cli if you will giant the phenomenal boom cities. For a while . ., "everything was lovely ami the goose to e Uame s hade treesin ""i'"''- or, to Tennessee and informs him that - ,0 ll()So itv0uwill doSolutusno lu.ng high,' but at last dry rot took hold -- J, J. alke, c h. d en I,.- uop ' in advance of his coming he will send to Jw llmik tht. Can be much and coug h now Ihoiuw biiith has of menl made J , llon her by doing the on the boon, towns and killed them.-- ng , the country for a ' rented of h. M. M.ooi.amo re. J A 7w (roin grains hn l.H.d as flint and white as , 'V' i.l take the old and F.vansville Journal. .., ,,... i jii ui . , . , V n.Miiii.nivi .,.' our wmthv inereliaui, 13 111 ... ..,. "- -r- ,..., , Wlieill lllllli nun KiiHiiui in nn unri-i- e v ....!.: j...i,..ii. f.ip rtlir LMlle- lllllt l!OlllO IV TM1DE MARKS, a! n .!... f ,.rW ..ir . IU Ii4IMIIHIIIIrll ;irillll 11 ilHIIIII'lllIl ' eny iiuynig ku- - ...t tloaL' ... it l.u '" " u ha . . 'MBHHHHHM nrniON PATENTS iniiiid water-Out of. this wo v.. uiociv ..."" - us l verv UlllCll US i t. .. iueeu i ... i ...t ...! iinL....! i.m ini Mm iiiti rtni ' mir rtitnn n j .iic.i..r ., "' " COPYRIGHTS, to. rwisuiuvi-- i mui, mineiv "" in le nas ...i......i...i...i,.I, .. ln,l.,a l..i. ....... ln ..v oc. .uue.--. i """, " f in our Cuutry. Tor .nformitlon Jid f re llndtok writ? to vxwvl,tu uf the teptiblican member, Mr. .,.. ,r- - .....1 .nn.., a host of - ..-u hlllg. , CtlKC, ivr., Ill lor " ' tn America. Wilon. will vote solidly for the ..:illlliu ...ii..,...i.,.i nr -. . at h s a de wlieui nidct bureau 7ur iccuriiu...v...... ....- ot KTcryptnt inuci i mho iur ilia remnam suau ........... .. ........ ' lUupuiiiici)- - a notice ctven t re or cluije In ttm .......,... u,....i,ai- Tim- o.o. free ,,., ' bill. . coinage i.....ki . t ... mu. i, to ou eaieu -- teaming noi, wiui nmu ia cnniiri"K ""v bond-voting -.-, ,,, ,,.., ; - I I.- , ,ool-hou- e ,,,,,.. 1 , -a, I ., m ... ... '? ..-,- - -- - ..,,, ,....! -- m"W5 jirMfcy S i.VJjkgL jfl i a 1 . .- S a KUJplpAMMi -- IHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI - - - - !.-- ... . SIKlOll-lireill- l, -- -- Ve-le- rti ,.'."" u.. .,. a.i ..i-i.- : wi-rn- 'TT1 -- . y Milling mo worusot i.. TI.,, mean level . for lUl of the lurPMiio . co.iip.unem. . . J . l ....lin ..A .I. av m..l....l. I.. ions now mu . lini which no l.l.rlier than for anv lennesseean io a ureaataai, i . esforlhSb t of, buu ' b imuu?n3e ntajority-Owens- boio t0 sen,, a " year siuco ISoS, ami me mum unci iur ' '. ,, , . ,Mn ar , , ...v"..-.-o--- . n- .....x.. . .i.i., ...... at 11. - - teeaiucii. 11113 J " ., -- . ...i 1 -- ...a- .. ... ..!, 1 ...... 1 ''!... .i ""-.-"""- .. - 111 IIMll JraI-.-lCall .. . ,, . ,. . I 1 ,,...., I 1111111 I .1 111! 7: nM .M J., es from he StaU-- a larSe and bUn.PinB j Icouldn t wilt. adminiHtration. indorsed Harrii-on'or ij l v.. . LIITlfcllVIIlJllIl.llk-L-.-UV ..- i,. ... ... l,v -- hanging near tinnt rtwiution of inr witnUrift r win th? SI,, world, rtplntiilidlf illunraieo. . ... it. :i.h ir, S neutitic m'Km MUNS A CO York. I yeirt $UU lr montb". Addrou rcBi,iSMius,JClBn)-diry.- -' . r$ M dEMI-VVBEK- INTERIOR JOURNAL MAB. Story of a Love Thrice Offered' and Twice Rejected. From tho Arffosv.1 fc I ,, & Again Neil gUnceil quiclcly in my direction; bo was silent; mj' nlotvly continued: "And she Is inclined to entertain It " "Sho accepts me?"' "Sbo admit that sbo i very mucb In lovo with you." I did not sec Ned's fuco, my oyes tvero fixed upon the lirown roses on Mm car pet; but heard the joyous littlo exclamation with tvhioh the nutvs tvai received. Ned, after a "Where is she?' moment's pause. "Mabel, my love, omo here." said my in bis smoothest tone. Ho 'took my band between bis own and led ,mo toward Ned, who stood perfectly still and made no movement to meet me. Ho took Ned's bund, too; hi- put our hands 'together. I looked up I looked into Ned's oyes, and lie looked back into miuo; with a Utile cry I drew my band away and be quift'y released it. I remember still the kind, regretful look bo step-father 1 all - ntop-fath- i ' "Mr. Dale." be said, in bis frank, clear voice, "we have made a mistake. 'Perhaps tho miM.i'hH was mine hut I think it was yours. I lovo Mabel. Mab and I are the lsfasvl firmest of friends, I thought jou but ray lovo is Mauri' understood." "You arc spenhinj of Mabel Cam-'pion?- gave me. I " I , ! "Yes. Sho is your wu'x!; I thought it guardian, that I right to toll joh, 'hoped to try to win her." "You should h:ye made your meaning clear, sir. "I thought I had ('ene so." "You were under a misapprehension. !J certainly should not havo given my consont to your addressing tho young lady of whom you speak! She has this morning promised that sbo will ho my hr ' j : i i- h n ., 'fv. r -- u t io m r the last words I hoard as mum. J stole out soft-'lshuttinjr the door neiselt ssly behind me. Then I fle- d- fled bllndl.t through , throujth the orchard, and the out into the eountVy tares. In tho bouse or garden the jiris womd tlnd mo. They were dear girls! but thf y would be curious and question mo. They wero kind, 'and they would pity me, anu comfort me! and I could not bear their comfort ior their pity! . I throw myself down on a grassy bank beneath a high shady hedge, and buried 'my hot faco in my hands, nnd tried to get used and hartl tisl to the feeling of my ,hhainc. The shame seemed to burn out forgot my lovo; all other feeling-jonly realized my humiliation. Two or three scalding lears fell (through my lingers; then the tears dried 'up. My head throbbed and burnt; my hot hand, pressed against my brow, did not cool it. There was a sound of sd- rose hurriedly to vanclng steps, airfl iflec. At the same moment Ned came in night round the curve of the lane. I guessed rather than saw tlut it was he; I walked on btviftly, away from path. him, down the Would he ho Vind and let me go? "Would he pretend not to see that was! lofore him as I was pretending not to know thai tie was neiiinu mcv ttouiu he spare me tho humiliation of stfiwlr .Jajr face to faco with him again? 'I he questions. whirled through my brain, whilst I listened with stn.ined attention ' to tho firm, qulek steps that followed. The steps hastened; ho meant to oter-tak- c me. ben I realized his intention J stood still. A green gate openeil from tho lane lino a meadow; I stood still be- -' aido tho gate and wailed for him, half- -' facing him as he advanced, toy cheeks In a scarlet llunie, my eyes defiant, dar-' Jng him to pity me. If he showed that he was sorry for me, I would never forgive him! If lie and conscious of my emlurrassnient, I should hate him always! always! Ho came to th gate, and stood still" Mab," he said. "before me. His tone was a littlo graver than usual, but frank and simple and direct. Somehow, though ho had spoken but 'wife" 'I stole Thoso tver- - from tin- - y, manv colored handful. "Dat he can't marry you if h Ins4w on forting men by snalwt nd eroag-dllin CeptttU ftica," "lMnt, Alice!" I tvwlajmed, hanhly. IHOIlrt. nJ (ion raiiiK (or Pis atemtn. I'nwhattn j in an lnpuls4vo, ihe threw her will irrttc lllui'fivltl unify at j S5 '" mi HIT cni(;s!ng nt arounil my thottktar. ' 1" III, III 50 iM. ' . .. t liMiti to "Poor old Mab! jour not oro?" Jti; Imctf n? UUl LIU' M J l..i UUi fcilfiia it nun imipji av rli artlrc rtoriori irow int l.an mnji II 4) a hi .llid ij p III. she questioned. last, on a sudden impulse, I spoku. ) ur f'liilitr inlmmalhiti a hrliitc, in I am so sorry," No At .apiilriK jealt ol Xaif Wk V tt'valtrn said, "about Ma- Hut donr talk Ukrt that W H IIKVII.I., don't like it. Alio." bel. will die an Cn l'i-nideath when tho basis! Al , Itoanolc, Ya Altec nnrnnled in 1a rttowge for :i mo- of gratuudo otsy pity "Yes," ho replied, briefly. Thon ngain and has been withdrawn. ho was .silent. Ho walked with mo as nitor. .. .IF YDU ARK (iOltnt... . and there wo i "Wouldn't you marry bint it be Akcjl I "You rhink mo Ucklo, Mab. Perhaps far as tho garden-gato- , deserve your judgment; I havo proved M your Mid the, in n thoufhtftll vmo. parted. iitksi RowlxBtl. DWORTH'-xWEST- , llckle nce. 1 shall not change again, I ciiAiTSrt n. think." II K "Koallyr' I He qualified his assertion by Tour years bad passed. "RmIIj. An yon Rurprtfod?" Wi mill ..y ihr ttv irward Im unv ' A ery silent family sntat Mao break-- 1 statements woro al"Well, yrj you r the rts nil fan- think." for Ned's hut thero was littlo I nf! I on p1 um, Iyppia. k ll.ichr, In ways temrerato fast table this August morning; tho cied that vou wmlil." l ll,fi t. nHfm'lnH nr (. I liti.r r, in ilitl doubt expressed in bis voice and glance. uii l Wt VreUblr itvr fill., win head of the family had descended in an Th firl" olcfs reNOhed us from tho rr ilitr'iii. t.iWvuict' cvaiilll t'jHill- Thrt r obHocani" a stop nearer mo and took my irritable mood; and his women-foln lawn, and after a fe mtuutes Aliuo fail rrl ' give ati.U I. serving the puckers on his brow, woro Mii.il w,l'nf bvt OKlaillint me and ran mpm tho grass, and hands in his nnd looked down into my Iii.ii . ll ronuirric i anil laiil.Hh n of myaolf, lot my soul eyes. norvously anxious to avoid calling his presently her volm In Louiivillt a NasHVUlc R. R. rnitiiul cluriNi mil) t.v Ihr Im I rtchwl mo with tho for ono In splto long blissful moment drink iu W,M. ( hlca.A, III tnitV I.) A k IVt attention to themselves. 1 rest. t ?r of happiness. My heart danced; my coflVo is cold. Mabel. till It's "Tho I strolled on. iiwnv from tho sound of ' head was light with intoxicating It It Uie Ii tf. r )tiii, strange that we never havo a decant cup tho marry chatter and lntightor. My joy. JA-iN t.a resolutely I struggled away from of coiloo in this house!" was heayy, my steps seemed Then heart tompted me; again I called For nearly four years our cousin MVt , U"i Co iliiitl'.na al weighted with lead; I had suddenly! tho lovo thataid. wife; ho grown prlvio to my had been our too wi.iry to walk. A little summeLOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI had long ago erased to smile nt her "Ned. tell me ono thing. Will you r-house stood besldo the pathway; I s.t .ill Mimt answer ono question truthfully?" and ceased to extol her virtues. entered' and sat down on , .,,, wall 111 H Ctuniileir A HOW iiiinfn. ' in l.'i 1IIKM .ll IICKtTS SCI D. tho rustic soat many questions as you like Hipo.nor(r, Oinlmriil In ("j,U, "Tho toast is tough," ho grumbled. "As IIAGl.At.i: UIKCKKD IIIKOUCII laid my tho rustic table. jml iilt; a rIO,r curt turn at, tHicmal. "My dear, will you be good enough to and looked arm on lived, truthfully, you may bo sure." 1 IDind ur Htpfding, li ' in, Cruoti., Krrroi r out with unseolng oyos glvo a little thought to theso domestic "Did yon lovo me at first liecauso you tlrrettiinr ) 1ilc 'II 'irrfT h hn Or I'hi aay Kmformnliati iM)ulirof L. Cl.liKOKD, Aslil, open k .. i tail )i per U. 6 lor : rut by Mail, duties? There is one of your childron tnrougn tuo passed;doorway. Two or thought that I loved you?" atan(ai4, Kr. n whatt I three minuts then hotween tho tt'hr aiilfw Irnm lata ir "'. '! V I'KNN, Trav W. t'aa. Akoi, crying that Sydney again?" "At first, perhaps so. I am not sure. 11K U oiili tunanto-doorway and tho sunshine Ned llarnut JhociIoii City, K "I think so, doar," was tho gontle, stood The beginning of my love dates a long n luml ih a orirv if nm i .! ' ' ,,) .tamp for A (iMarani, i.'. Irrc aamfl It IVtM), nervous reply. way buck." DmfBiil aa)l ole jgcni "May 1 ooio in?" ho asked, taking '.if r.', Kj, Call fir .TAK.il 111 K drow my hands from his, und put ample "I thought forbido him to cry." the permission for prontrd, und enter"Yes, but hut, you forgot, Adrian. even while he poko. Ho hold out them tightly together behind mo. " Jl 'i n. He's such a bnby too young to under- ing "Ned latol- y- " I aakud "what have tb&V. tjx you thought? Hato you fancied I still stand." "Not too young to be ruined by incared for you?" .1 . ,. dulgence. After breakfast you can go .MWktl He hesitated for a moment. Then: ' tCUVIUf MMsmjCMi! tM i A ' Hi Ur. 't ( to tho nursery and send Sydney into the "Yes," he answered, truthfully, "I have a ktrnn t.. w.i . 11a, Imiiih, jm11. iminfui, a f r ! .Nruialta, study to me." so. You hare often been cold thought .(A it. A. T LWJP i'pruMHi, oi. "Adrian, vou are bo severe with him." try to nw, and AomatiuHM a littlo rrtwlj but if f '," . W yo your "On the contrary. Mabel. I am most "iWff Sfci Hllere in your lov In a lovo mo; I IWr i USt. TO ' gentlo. I'iut one can not too enrlv teach My Y l tnPJir.. jr. I imiImi- mm thousand tnht "h'tiW fwaKI hive read ' one's children to understand the inev mistaken, m I roturnetl. Aimx-itahlo consequence of their own actions. s WM1 ' Tf " rr i4ulmr A m.M.ih'. imiiimki ' "ouhate 'vT ' t . ""J1 W. ""nm!Z JH.'Z'ZHi When Sydnev rttoliirbs our comfort by "'W JHg$ harshly. -- Yon hate read what doosu't ( 'lywri 1 crying in a foolish and iiecvlah manner, exist.' n.niiMinuMititiiriH.1 o n nr.i r.ur- jfts 4wa tvi nr. dMrai we disturb bis idea of comfort by s eatHewassllent foru fi'w moriinU smee. aul fi-.i.-i.-- i Vlaf by a n ' V7 i acjr4t. ft ' ' lovo me. .MnU?" ing him witnoiit his toy.s for two or )i mi 'You dodialwot tlimt ( tlttktaat ho naked, ' . . 1 . n k aui.l trklin Aaal .. three hours, with his faee toward tho nnn.n Wmiu ,,.ra '5?55 - IfMlKf . - ty 11 .r ll. f,f mr stuili u'.ill In t hp ,. ,ui nurpruii run. iiiai huv iu nririrr dreams, 1 had always been accustomed Now my oyes met his; wo to oboy smiled at ono another. "Walk homo across tho meadow with mo, Mab," said ho. Ho opened tho gate and wo passed ihrough together. Then ho suddenly stood still. yNo, no," ho exclaimed, "you'vo no hat, and the sun is hou" ! don't mind It." Don't you? I mind it for you." Ttventy-llvhas lordly airs; but seventeen loves Its heroes to bo mastorful. Nob turned back with mo through the shady lane; wo woro sllont almost all o 44 1 Not wry old. Do ymi hwrtv Tontjr?lnc girls bar, I. "I,, inn- - softer tprful gl&Tioes tiJli, which nowadays be gavo tth.it ih , ,th wh was ,, ,, mao- - SJ.)ko meant to 1 r'Tcy u; turned sweet-eeiti, "No." b- - , 'iicn.i . v . humni.iUn t nan hU IndllTcrenco that ho boon lie lot -- d me, not Inovltably, had but ' d, Hut su. h lot humiliating moru goffccrntlnfflicnlth mn. 9 ... Tho NuiHjlot Pill in tJio World! rrt-sv-- , ' ' nn7TYnnnn9C! JL Attl f UAJWJ.UAJ Is Umriivcrcil c'-- T "irm K w ltib i N AW Ih 4 HorfoIkiWestern R.R. . ihediilc llcvimtitt 6, ifi sL. it i1 1 ,mw pSockvd tho ItcMlinf over weot-esnt-e- et , ' in i 1 of di hN r.ite, anxious destro. - "I il.ihflmre." 1 tald. "1 think you, fove me but 1 think, too. that If you try you w ill forgot me.' In llvci i.Tcotlor:, iti-l- liriiilnrlo, il.vs) X-llutlllcnca, linirtliurii, IiIIIoim "Mali, you aro cruel!" ho exclaimed ' iHnir, riiptlou rilu t.uln, nnd nit . trtiul!-,iCtlIn a quiet toice. but reproachfully. botToU, t'K IrruratlVBqy iltVi't!iariniirt1iti. made no further protest, no ' lie rrrtlvoutwell stronger denial. Protests woro not VVrrjr nimll unitivt n Ron tie fiitliurtlr.v cuy t tat'e. 1'rirr, U J5r. Olllcf, UOAll I'urk rinco,.V. in N' d's way, but 1 choso to ig- mwh nore that triitn. In my prldo and bitterness I chose to toll myself that ho kne he would, if ho tried, forgot. Loto I which Is based on gratltudo nnd pity U JL X h NOIIION DAILY r Ur.iham, I ,i i it. f in Uu tiolJ ami mteimtilinte tt Tiny n-- p i, Um Pills0 I I lor liiiirln Id, llii'lniit, Knuncihc, nml is I t Hi lihufk'. Ulcliiiii lid aiitt Noiliiik., Ale (via lloiili-luift- f, aOilMUtim. Ilaarini-wnN.Mint..) for l'hiUilelihM aro New crk. I'nll.nm SrpiifK llom l.iHil'nllf In Nnr-- ' 1 'V tin Norlnn unl ItaiifHtil, vl, K.iillurii to s,liCnFlodh Juilctiili, altu Knit Je Yott, mi I ynililHus to Klcli- I' rl Ui V.iilrnloi', l" It i 'ai fr ' ' I 0IIOOOOw S'or Sal Twotttv IStiildiit: I .11 A 1 !. I.t8 r ! ." 1 i " .. ! i , - k, de-sort- TK 1 I I mm a- - - 1 Ma-b- ol Potihlc Daily Trains I step-father- 's say . CURE , I 1 i r 1 i'" '!, ,. wnl-ir- t- - -- 1 1 m L'5t'T' 1 um r- - ''fca5 Wji' W& rwOJ V& , fj IVJ ' 3A& f rty. fS JV i I :. Ni-r1l 1 h.rt rwci.i,tiiir,tiiii4' jj M ."iV".; "-X- nJ'lti'll . THE WORLD'S" FAIR i(:;BC'UAiG4 r;" . ln T. . XXZtTSXSEi '.'V. daw ie- o.. 4 n,..R . Aft. WJIiiOT f a. , pas'-ago- x'J L i a t I) tlMra riMt HEWt I iil I'arlurCart ot 01 I c V'W going abroad? lie K hoard It Alice suffered for her boldness; our looked lowly In hor direc' tion. "When wa that froek of yours clean, Alice?" "Yesterday, papa." "So I imagined, my dear," wa the d reply. "No wonder the bills fiom the laundress nr extortionate. You will wear no more washing frocks this summer. After breakfast you can take off that dirty dress and put on the black serge .ton tfre wearing in the wlntT. You will wear nothing else until gle ton permission." "I'apa, there's the llarnets' garden party "You can wear your black serge or remain at bom.-.lie ruse as he spoke, carefully brushing a speck of dust from his sleeve. He hud successfully depressed the spirits of us all, and his .1v.11 temper had grown Hlmost placid; the creases in his brow had smoothed themselves out, and he went ;lowlj and contentedly away 10 administer teproof to his son in the study. I went out of doors into the garden and there, half an hour later, Alice joined me. She was a pretty, graceful girl of sixteen. Hie came walking slowly toward me with a tery countenance. The sergo dress wa? badly made and too small for her; the material was coarse and thick; It was a last winter's frock and last winter Alice had worn her skirts short, and lately .she had tasted the dignity of skirts that reached her ankles. "Look at me, Mab," she cried, the tears in her eyes, her toice indignant, yet pitiful, "Mab, tell me truthfully, do I step-fathtnild-vulee- rn a4 bM VtaUtnOHl Hutu ItrMiMC C all iraana Norkant ratt bxt tfimiatiii, ukV. Han Km 4 nnr.. tafnraiatiM 4dm JA" HAIkKKG lat "my me. 1 rotn; i.V' in: am:i. his hand, and my nand wis still In his when he sat down tm the seat beside "I hoped I should tlnd you alone," he . 1 1 1 1 high-cdze- d ." grass-grow- n 1 three-year-o- lJ woe-be-go- 1 -' said. I smiled in aciplestioaer; his tone had of late, it' had a gentle meaninir often had: butt would not understand it. "I came to speak to join Mab." His gray eyes looked down Into mine with a direct, frank glance. He still retained my hand and I let it rest there, too proud to draw it away. "Mali, do jou know what I want to say?" "Yes. You are going away. Ulce has iust been tolling me." I looked at him quietly, straight into his eyes. If four venrs had taught mu nothing else, it had taught me some I could spenk.lii amount of steady tones, glance at him with calm, unfaltering glances though my heart was sick and sore and aching. "I am sorry you are going," I said, steadily, in the regretful tone in which a friend may speak; "sorry for our sakes. Hut for your sake am glad. It will be such a splendid opportunity." He did not answer me. Ho rose from hN eat and walked to the door. After a minute rose. too. Standing in tho doorway, leaning against the creeper-co- t ered framework, we faced each other. "That was not what I came to say," he observed at last. "You're not going?" "Whether I go or stay, Mab, depends on you," be replied slowly, looking down a. one's childish lovesnml bates. "Itahnt ray answer, Mab?" "Yes." turned away from the door of the I went slowly a suiniiier-houslittle wat along the garden path. He followed. "You will very quickly forget v NihI," I said; and stopped hustlly, in time to check a sob that rose. "We need not discuss that question," he replii d. "In a year or two jon will be rather glad that I refused you." He half smiled. "You hold one tiew of. my character. Mab, alul another." outgrow I e; l'.AwCMMi. . CRPVfl.'O F A?Lmmin. , Knnrill.1 Tout . Cumberland CipJ. Lenisrills I 1 (' JlL HtAnrevsr Hl'ff4 1.. s5.l I luMe laili siil . Jl, I.Hi, Ik K. R. lttni)tt I 1 . , 1 ho respondeat, Very slowly we walked toward the bouse. When we reached it. I spoke ngain. away?" I faltered. "Shall mu-- go "Yes. You have decided that point for me," he replied. (JoXlIM Ml DISKASK, palpitation, pain in Mile, shoulder and arm, short breath, asthma, swollen ankles, weak and smothering spells, droiwv, wind in stoni:icli,eU.,are cured hy iJr.Milos'Xetv incut IniliuiiaHiiecjulist, Kiiiujlliistratcd book of curt s ItKK at dniugists, or address Dr.Miles Medical Co., i.lkbart,ImL I rIrl')-K Penny, bunfnnl 1 HEART Ci j IM Hut Ml, I t I.ouUriHr ' .Sianlard Air. MitkllrU.uie . L MtddlMloro. ....... . Air I umbriUnil Itap. l4jpm It I a m t t Iliuilhm " ArtWr Snrla).. . nft 10 p ia p in " ' 4 I'nwrll I tf, ri n Klr. O.tm-.. i.ch latclt...l .out Xlfmuiaiu.M.. . Umr 4 1 .. . JiJI'i J J I'm j 4 p m! 7 p m 744 a J7 P m 7 5 a m II t4t 4 H 7 o 4 m 7 .11 7 lam a " ' ' ' Luurrll ' CurrjtOM K l'ilrr StriHK . Vt iMhfcurM 1 4 j r 11 pm 7pw pm 4 p m m lJ 845am K 41 im 9 a V 4 ia w M MaUiicjWIto ... .. . . . I I 4 4 I Ikvaily .... celf-contro- l; Nit Prill t. 11 knoavillr... . . . .. NOItTH iflfi'N'lT" KnnivtU A-- All Jmikii 5l'n 57plM ioo a ' P "i I., it a SJP a a t . a m a m m M i Sl,m y w m 1 Tlir Undue; l'aiim. "That follow, Snivel v, who was elec trocuted tlu other (lav, was swindle all through." sahl the editor. "Wc pah him one hundred ilollurs in advance for "Ill-- l 10 OKAHH WOI'TK." im article mi 'How It IVels to He by Kleotriclly.' ami. by .lovel Tho Shortoat and Quickest Itouto rrotr. we never got u line of it.'" ,Iury. Central KeiPuckv to nil points North -- Arr K. t " Juncliii.. Hcvwil)-....- . MuMir (Title . , . i f u ni ml I ja I. ,la a .1 ' ft 4 lllfp m ir. p ni ;. Kentucky Central R.fl. East. WoHt nnd DI 1 " " " Csrrttim . . ....... LulirtJI ' I'.wilnr Sprit: . Waihbiirii... .. " Oatmaa ...... ' Clinch Kli o M a m 1 , absuid?'' "The dress is hideous, but you look pretty In spite of it," aid lovingly. 1 look 1 r ry n BL.-jB.a- famstts&t f"V v5 "Dear old .Mali! Oh. Mab. I wish the taoles could be turned for a bit and wn could be tho tyrants. I should like to dress papa in a soiniul-bojacket and an Eum collar, and make him wear his hair long in ringlets." Ve laughed. Alice linked hrr hands around my arm. and we strolled slowly together dow the garden paths between d the trim beds with their low, I .lunged to ask a question; a simple question enough, but it was only with an eflort, after much deliberation, that asked it. "Alice, who told jou that Ned was going away?" "They were talking of it at the Cedars y 11 elosely-eroppes. 1 My vaunted drserted me a little then; I was coliselous that a wave of color swept into my face; my glance fell. I was angry with myself for the blush: lth an effort I raised my at mo. ;-- - - .- ii fe wientlflo work is mint absorbing to him ', become, more engrosxed ini it every It was a familiar voice of anthorlty year." "But he ought to settle diwn and ' which, ever since I was a toddlinf baby nd Ned a knlckerbockerod hero of my marry ; ht's getting to dreadfully old." , Mir (lllNfi IO t.KT THIS si'oii, onr. KiMKMismr?" oua word, the liltter ilgo of my huiulll-atiovanlshe.l; my eyes looked across at him with a luris doflaut. glance. "Mab, you're not gdfng to let this 'K)I1 our friendship?" "N no," sid I. doubtfully. "It needn't unless " "Theni is no unleos'," replied Ned, in his old masterful tone thai Net me at case at once. "A silly girli with no aenso and plnek, would think it nenvi-sarperhaps, to be dignified and distant und avoid me. Hut you're not that kind of girl at all! .Mali, I shall be awfully disappointed in you if you let this make any diflerenoe to us." "UAII, YOlMlK u y, some place, Africa, or Australia, or borne place. His mother was so funny, Mab I She's proud of his being asked to go, but she wants him to refuse. Slit-say-s It's an honor ; and then the forjrets the honor ami savs she has heard of jesterday." "Ah! it's true then:" "Soiiiescionti!!oepeditioti wants him to come with them. I didn't listen very attentltely but thet 'redoing to explore tigers and rattlesnakes." I made no reply. After a minuto Alice chatted oil a tain. " He'll ho away for a goes. Yo " Don't jou think it's odd of him to go?" " It to me quite natural," I replied, abruptly, almost sharply. " His wish to "Ye.' ar or two if he shall mis.shim, .shan't we?" ' ' h ! "You want my advice. You must tell me all about the proposed expedition Hrst; I scarcely understand well enough to adt iso you." "1 don't want you to advise me." He looked do n at mu steadily. "Mab, you know what want you know 2s well as do. I hate tried again and again to speak to you you know that, too. You hate always prutented me. lint now must speak. Iloteyou. Mali; if you will gite mo any hope, I will stay in lhigland, hut if not if I am no use here, 'if there is no hope for me may us well go." Thero was a note of deep feeling In his voice that set my heart beating madly, joyfully. Hut next moment I was reasoning with my unreasonable happiness, bitterly Kiiiiliugut it. "You do not believe in my lote," ho continued, in his quiet, steady tone. "I I!ut you have felt your Inerediillty. must believe, Mab." "I do believe," returned. Ihelirted that ho loted mn, hut belioted, too, bethat his love ws based on pity. lieved that itwasa forced growth. which he hud carefully fostered, and which, if which ho tho care and had bestowed on it were withdrawn, would die an csy and natural death. Four years ago ho bad learnt that I cared for him; tho thought of my unrequited love had pained him constantly; ho had bien tery sorry for iue, very grateful to me; ho hud longed and striven to pay tho debt of affection which, unasked, had bestowed. And his heart had answered the demand he made upon it. He loved me. I had watched his love grow, road it in tho 1 1 1 ejes and looked at him again. well, deary. Dinner will be ready shortly. .Hmmle I'm not hungry for dinner. No. Na I. I'm hungry for cuke. Harper's Young IIUy. People. I.neCirKiatMill .. g 10 a in a M t tannin ll am 8 I.e Cnr(nBUl. 3 4) ) a I) il 9 Miss Antique - hy do you go nrounil Lvc alawHin II Ik a M IS 1 m j mi p m telling people look as old as Methu- An Pari trr I.ixwsioh a h7.T... .. . II 1 t . selah? p l Vuihcr. don't ami I never Arr Kn.'hod-Ai- l jj p M Miss IVi'shion m Arr I .Mhaven't anything against did. LuaciiMtrp Hi On Arr SUHford... ethuselah. Detroit 1'ivo Press. "" Soiiili-H""- 1 I I 1 spnlnl Hunger. Llnobottvoou Loxlnitton itnd Clncln nurt. .limmie icatcbliig sight of piece of TilkOl .H t KMN'stlNCIWAII IO MID eaho) Mamuiii. I'm uttful hungry. 11 booth-Wo- nt Fim " Arthur " I 'IihwhII llrtrr I. owe .Mawatawt. lljmlltM ShIb " 'umhcrlaH4 (apw ' Atr. Sianfanl.. .. Prt .. .. ., Mimuiia - Very sHOKOU'lill ami JKI.I. ICO SCHKHH.K IN KITKCT NOV n, ifcii .MIiHtarH iMkalUr MMrfloborH fim lllllH 114 in 11 11 II a ni I If p M II afta im I ll l in I' i ii p m l I ,1 )IIIM 4; p m ajun Jhpa at) i Mi" iu hi m a m 47 iioi a m m I ti p in ft 46pm new ft p it 7 p m 7 p m ru I S7 in i M Ii'hJ 9 v JS p III a in j "I I IU. Sail m p m 3 V ' ' I' n J P ' P P U I'cr jh taformatlan at IM rawim, ralm, etc . aly la W. A. BI.Y, ActttMt Act KaMivittc, tun a' p w M p in I l.t 7v LL " ' r -. Ilurrllile lit Ul oiili-iiiplal- 1 Alice tin a big dry goods store) (loudness, isn't Uie crowd something dreadful! Suppling there should bo explosion, or an iicoideiit--u- ii Maud Or miihim omo one should crj "mice!" llostun News. (.noil l' r 'il ii x I'li'iiltie.. Mlhs Lovey -- I wonder why thoy ooll this "one minute" pudding. I'm mire it look me over an hour t uiulcc it. Mr. Lovey lint It only toil, me one. minute to Hud nut that It wasn't uuy good. PucU. To lie I'uiicralulatril. Arr ti.nliel'iio JLMJUH .N'a. 4. LlvitiKtoa--Ai- hiJ oiP Daily 1 " ' " J" - " - Newport News r A: .. r iS P '" J as p m - ........ Mississippi Valley Co. A C). .. I! Ir " -"No. -. - 1. No, 6 S Washington, Philadelphia IM I'lHiit Nuiih-llcua- Ut. Sub m l'. , Baltimore, Now York, .Srntli(iriiil 411.I the I all Katern C1I1 l.vc l.llBtMI . Arr Richmond .. iw Cve Stanford l.i- - tliJilU.lH.r. . ! - i 41 i r T - IN KASI UK 'I NO. I m, iSy, A num. Accol. x . . j Le l.aacalr Arr Kulimond. Arr Arr I.ve Lve I, lilmnulh... Ar 7 7c ttichaioad. V.'uKhetler J'arit I.etlagtoM . 1'arit . o a m n it . in w i p m 7 1 am i X; f r""!i-ji- . - llilt M) . Mail 7 S .il a I.irnllMf I Daily i Dall) Daily 40 K Su K a i Lvc LetlBUIOM. Mt j 17 f wU7 j; p J (os am 1 111 a ih " Slrrliag,. Wiaibrotor jt J4 a a i to 1. 1 IJ n p H 11 I i 11 Ml 4a si to Daily s,i S t" P ! p 4 Ar r'inlon eaii In 4 $ t , 7 im )7 P I". 7 51 01 p raj 9 j i5 p HI IU 54 ( im 11 00 p in i! S uir jo I'aru 1 J 4J P ao p w .17 p m 41 P w ' Aabland.. . . it 10 pjie Oalloil.bmi. ii a n ih .. n l V " t aali.iiil!!.. J! a J lKiliJ!:tliia. la 1; a Arr New Vint .... I p llunlirmlaai Arr ' ' " ' 07 p 41 10 11 IWly. 1 7 7 P 1 1 1 1 Doctor Mo iiewlyiinudo father) Sir, Mdytville al 111 u, .1 m, and j, p in, arriving ai wr.sr HOUND 1 u, p m. No. " You are leavn .MayiviUi' it j n j m, arnvia; ut 1'arit al I.vb lluHlinnhm... you are to be ciiugrnltilutcd. g 135 p (t j,,, m N'o 11 lci-- M.t)il!r al 30 ami A am ? 4u, a i . a the father of twins. .CulUillakiiri . . r ri f .. ..i p m. Time trilat arr n 37 ir'v al ('ana l I iiniumi.. Happy Parent (doubtfully) That's so. daily enccpl Sundayt 10, l j K. Sa. 11 triplet-.- . .ill point. ItowUad l)vi. Ml. Sleilia Life. No i.dail) In They might have a Vo ia f daily tucit Suadtj. ion, iihich " WlHtliaalat... u a7 13 e ' P7 t tn Ciauniuti N'o t ruHdail) Irvw I.caiHcu ... . it 0( trr i.xiat:tiHi IIU linrs. 6m h a it k c a : laMiittit.. Kicil 1 SuwU) S P, 7 40 p.ilS "Why don't you gel 1111 umbrella No, rant daily No r'l'x il ills from aH atntliiH i c'nt tbc liimpV" ,. Dttiii Kwaday Rmvln, uWcb udiily uatltMdt-'1 ram nip daily in eonnr. , Ni, o dully rrrpt Saada). "Pin afraid somebody might borrow lamitad Hli rhiMraVr A Oltiu jK '. V." to no Ni s daltT U ivinsi Cinoaaaii a ltd l.camslua Piiclc. it, and forget to bring it back." Siltid i Vork. KC . No i'i I'arl and I lnntii AcfnmiiMKiaiioii tatl Mail I rami rim dall) aad Make local ticp till .111.1 I'A. Lexilufl 111.00 a. m. AiiUc 1'jiii bclnivii I.ainilni and llimtinntoti. I.eat First Small l!oy AVhut docs your nut ui'isa m MuntittleH aad Mimrad Aceoniwoilallont dally. No. 7 Halmoulh AicommixNlioB; Ivuvea Cliiriii- do w'en you lie to her'.' um 7 uj it w Many I.riinuirii and MfHihml and hcxiiik'ton mid natl S'i5 P "' Second SimuU ll..y She tells pop 1 ...rMil Sumlav. .rriVK raiim Ml. Stettin,; A cuMnwidatHMii run il.iili unrpt No. 8 I.i'avt FaliHomli 6 00 ti hi. Arrno C111- - haaday. take after him- .- (.IuimI News. I hi mnati 7 5? a in daily ru pi Similar .mi, h sUcpint; Can u andjrom W'atl a No. and . in.lkt) ci'iimi'ticn-- . at tt lie himti'r fm ami Ne Vmk uiihoHl iliangt. l V. R'y, K. I) i Intl. on Ilit N. N A Mlloa' Nervo nnd l,tvem Pill carr o ihrough can fro in Cillfinrwilita No I'or full Information in rtraid to ruio, iiHitft, irn Iltrr. Middlctborniish and Cmnlntlanil Oap anil all in t c , napl) to aay cnt of thia or teiiiu:liiit; line A.tuo a iiu iirnu.tplu-icul.il- in kloiiuicli and Ikiwi'Ih the nam. A aety lirmcdiatc ilut'niii .itnl runv dailv. C. 1' AT.MORK, lilliou.- tutu S. H KNOIT, iloiuvrry II Ullt'NIINC.TON. C. UISKOWN, Mil' IMU (ifii. ciwlliatHHi. Agt. V. I. and (5. M , Traflu Manajfor. luilu.lt;, tixiMil lier, 0. P. A , (tviicialolTicc, l.oltIUe, Ky. Lt'iingion, Ky. Unrti:ilil far inrn, woimii, uliililesu, sina'lesl . I S. F. II. MOK.SK, Gcu'l W. Sv IIARKJSO.V. C V. UAUNKY. in hint. An.. rei Kill iloe s icul sni j.ies Office ClianihiTOI Coniiurief li'iildirui.Cineinniif ( at A. K l'ciiii' M l.oiiimlkli.Ky. T.KA, Atliland.Ky. at 6 1 .. inoi.it :! 7 55, a m jhJ No. io-m- .No io.luet J! " p I t I',- -; . irir Iw . . "'nil l'!P ,i' ill )nJ 11 . 1 Mi-pp- I Nr ilai-ty- ra , 1 nr 1 ini lr pfl. l''c'r !'. i AVJlsJ jfirA 1 f 1 T u HimHinii - drank a i; ' r. mtN ii iini'i nt urn it . .r. a ! ., 1. n ini . HINlllln.i l.i h. . t in iai I.' . im.t u iiiii); in n'l i whh tnoii- tlmn h.nf ntii(on "emus that he whs ho. I ecung her puteo i 1 1 - fcrtq interior Journal ,wV; 1 Il' COMMON Hi .i:!i RELIGION. GIVE US MEN OF BRAINS. .THK. 2, e :J r jp ri ) ; m& IkiiicJiM Apt Ilfil In Illlllllllf Yfii, kIvv u brains lohlml Ihe plow, Ity's NmU. Krlnnil iheionntiTV tam: : Bel on line uuiu(acUirwr drutt Litre mo traiTitcutt, like most nrpeb. Mahch liS 181)2 Stanford, Ky., I.iku ru).il Ulft'luiJi-Yand lindim: hhn elf nrinldo foeoiint iul iveryUiiiijr i" I"" Iiiimi mht nM mid ijivo Qt ijii'Ii of biaiu.'l Would call especial attention this week to their new importation ot wrung aid. You mi ink ruiy joy, nnd j " Drunk, by Jovo!" bents, Of llnrr fpa, nt Jari'rr thom;Ut. Gents' Boys', Youths' .iirI Children'.- ready-madtnml.U-fM- i the o. WALTON, bum. ManoRer tN,.xt inorniiiK rvcolhiriinir Mm circuin-- j by Mming it around li'i t.ik the grc.Ui.4t j V(iri."r itjhti'vil riirrni-Il- y ' ther side; ur yon inuj nil ! .iw'r n n.ftn.'t fruiht . HtancH, Ji w, Vftl. mill iusl trouble, and by turning it a run ml lew it lu tin kiutil) traiiM, h 'M Vim. iti iih nivu of brutnt 'b'.n'.,o of ji on the other nib'. Tlifi ffl""!nipflt Unkind Words Iiim liMlmvinr Iih shrutltl rtllxr In It... I...l - a Nhmiiiw oil lMth For they survive ln'n .liiilltm fade. ,' iiiomibiiu wvw imi When I was n hoy my UlOthor UHl'd to' uletJi-- fro-- hBr vm Mt Into hit h:inil. Wlii'ii uiiiirlit hut iIimI rcui.Uiu: iilM at owe, nor thw the t;Ttnte"M uf They arc faultless in cut, .n'lfluly m.uk and ekijantiy trimmed and To of loitlly Hiw.lmlw My to me sometimes, "Do Witt, you will "Site too well knew,' Thv earth in U rfT. Miit the lady, life's mlntnitle4. YV have als received 25 doz. Men's extra (Ju t Olio's lnriililil K.uli. at fabulously low prices I nni gone." And be sorry lorth.it when . "that be h.ul dKovered Hit- - unfortunate InrioiiH uitinagcw lx.tu riuht it liivi. Iih inch ol brainxl fine Silk and Satin Teclc Cpmk d Clime and Four Scarfs in I rememher just Imw she looked, silting d.irkn-Hnil orer at tlie Mtiuit rinw. tviiniiti ii hi which !. wis wIidii )ii- -t hiti iiniinNiiiriiioiiiiiiil.iiraiii'iforttiewort. aj tj,(. ncw Sprin" shades, tlie hi'dsoni ,t line of Ties ever offered in HotnHime' it lmn iiIkIiI in AmurW nnd nnd ppoetin'bH, mid the I... ...Ji..l ..... .....I !.. - ..i ......... ul... . there with chi , Uniliii for the lintiu- anil lutll: in- i imirn t nii'i sin.- nil reiueii rmu Ml Mjinetimtmln Cliina. Imt thio in miuie In (iiiiMcnitinii ft iiiuirt otaitloru. old lliblu in her lap; for hM never utter it'i' rtiAttr ii --cret in I'onHltlwn-tlm- i part of t)i earth it nwtuiitly in the Inriht for priiii .1) coruiml! ,,,r ' ,,uu' kefi ed n truer thing han tu,,, 1. w ar Ml W T W Vim.. l1ii, iia mfi nf Ijrntniil if tt.f enclowd n note, " F4 k P VIii snitHKht. Doha tlie tNtith ilfiu. -- Woman' Work. often been Horry since. While we liHe p tmiiinx arunml. yon bur tumble Mi M.imlv'i Biblf liMtitnle in Olden-gour fricnilH with us we say unguarded inHwbetv. nd yu will Htd Kunliuht THE SOCIETY GIRL DURING LENT. h.n f stinted !t Unit annual tvporlthings that wound tlie feelings of those On whole HH of rlmr ho.--t Look ovrr We have opened 50 pieces of loru':,'n and Domestic Ginghams and Young Tiling .tluiuii;.' tn to whom we ought to give nothing ,liut Sftl students have In .mi rtttandiit tho va mul rkiviiHn. Mial I t'dnk yon will iimt In ! Outing Cloths, in both the dark ami iiIit shades, voiced by everyone Orrupy Wllliiuil Diinrliig. liiiiim the j'fHr and ftnd oim zooil eiKmh kindness. After awhile h iiiiu of our jour oul. The amount of rest und refreshment who has seen them the handsomest ever displayed in the market; and will, jmir pr judiee )fiiiint Keep, if friends are taken away Iron, iih, and tiver J()iliflVi'ni reliuiotto 1.ii. itiinat loi Henrietta, Uedford Cords, P.... ill ullll llllttlt lit lollM. l1lt 1H f t ilii t OtlU. the average girl gets this Lent Ls initial our Silk Warp, all wool and wool tilling Ui.m those of iih who are left to Hiiy, "Oh, if Iiiiu. IuAII rvlkn.uliul t.,e of you I p.UH.Jed by n.m.nd :he r.pi.co- - lantity bhe works harder than nhe Chcveron Cords and Fancy Colored Henriettas. Scotch Weaves and able, attend,,,, the duUtfl we could only get bark tlnw unkind I"1' KK'! '" '"'llirt, IUO iiai """I- - mi tut,- nuiivi. uiiii tuut, mi Camels Hair Suitings in all the new Spring shades are unsurpassed. laH I''"'"' words if wo could only recall theml" them .tt tin' InatltUlc lllvrte .I...I ...1 informal wiiiht of the M;Milint. ' woticri to tlie contrary, is burner than We have also opened 50 doz. Ladies' fine quality Swiss ribbed and (ii'.ii(d to H vert fftrf vs-- ' Homo o." von had letter ltv nprirklt'd nny Hut yon chiiiio! get them buck. You liuve in her parents' house. Tho Mn to nnd ul hem had bitter to down to bo Lenten irl is ot two orders tho deeply plain weave Vests, in low neck and sleeveless, and in high neck and might how down over the gmvn of that -- ut in in v intftiioii work, And reluioiw nnd the fasliionubly devotional long sleeves; a splendid stock of Ladies' Gents' and Children's Hos-iery- . loved one and cry ami ery and ery. The tin-- I .hi or Mlorjun There lmro beon .HmimmI in th H.kj.1. To mhoo of vou ;;,0(W) j.wi.- wlwi hte proft used eoinmeud a rhiiuh where the music i3 l'he Hist one carries in her iocketbook a Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves, Gents's and Hoys' Neglige and white lips would make iiouuhwoi. Take iiciirly led by u pircoutor, uud nil the people tiny l.ivender card with pundo crosbos White Shirts, Ladies', Gents' Hoys' and Children's Shoes. have ionkvrMon thronth their ervlce. care of your friends while you - j,j, in th- - siiigiiiK: to others, a church nnd stars nil over it, and bearing u list Our stock of Table Linens, Towels, Towelings, Napkins, White them. Xlitit ii all thns words that WhiIo not rvslt that m launer c.ui ; wlnre ,. an irv.,w i.uul in the Iott and ot services tn her lavoruo cnurcn. un Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Handkerchiefs, etc. , are all complete have a sting in them in a dark wive, make hn oinrli money fr.in m Ilock of roiMlui't the liuwic, nnd durinj; tho dull no day are there less ttian two; sue sink's and arc to be sold at the lowest cash prices. We especially invite from which they shall never oome forth. in prayer and sermon write t one of them, and stays after the other ynsiw-ebeiiPi an iroin a herd of cows, lint we If you do uot, you will be sorry home to praoticotiregorian chants for the tiext Cash buyers to come and sec es, as we keep no books and we make sentimental notes or eat philopenas. lirjf. r otuilt in v be nin ,nkit day. TalniHge. Amid all the denominations there must day. She intends u Dorcas society every price for rich and poor alike. J. S. HUGHES. to mHt:d iiivet-- l in hei. be one jiIj.i- wh.-ryour soul will bo Saturday und takes home six garment Mi,e lli nmttei of m)lliii(; ecfti bless.il. to nmke in the course of tho week4, and A party of U. S. Senatora and hIw innkw them herself, too. faitlifully and xullit, th farmer will make no in no more virtue in driving reeently uiHile a tour of the laboriously. hla fauiilr vidl np workHof tlie Methlehein Iron Uompuiy, uiiMUkoif be kw iw than in driving fast any more than and ,l '!onr i,J dorotlonal read-i- . of the phiil Kith eM i luring all fivujht tram going ten miles tho hour . sh P where the novernnient eoiitrarti forituim ml two I,onnK ovr hlstorJ' or bl' many fgnnem who liny )..tt,.r tbmi an MmM tniin iroinir " and armor plates are beim: tilled. The yiHtr. There ar delusion abroad in the ofaphy every day. bhe attends a 1'irirn, ailboiifjb thy iho,ild have them lifts. There m ) party witneHed a lanje hammer for bhakespeare class twice n week and I world that u thing must bo necessarily ttittl I'arihii. shall keep constantly on Durin, the year 1892 I outBti 11 inch plate for theToriorVtnr-re- t to ell Minor B 4mnI nnd Christian if it is slow and dull t,,uc,(late u"'1 "onal from a 17 ton init and tlie bending stock of Si,. Ihti yon ulteiit) be HinaU'itr i?t nnd pl.Mlding. At the way homo iieoplo w,l.un to u party ofBt'.,ty ho one says hand a full anil complete girls, under tiie foriiMm Hie utbrr instil? of an AinohitrUe turret plae drive. Klljah with hw homes of tiro P"h)ics Mr Why. timk on of the iriii(inl would have taken three weeks to get to lunch ufter these inonnngs: that tiioniit..r H (KM) Inn bvilratllil! Iifllilillkf ' wo,"'l uo frivolous, und besides there is UMI HllririHil tllftt vou didn't nee - Tl..... u- u- ...... .'.III... Ti.rrnr'm.hb! into heaven N oil vteic t'U'lo, Morn Mill licit (just timo to . run into the dressmaker's In the study of society have como to red llie a armor platea broiioht out ........ ,,,,.. ft.,rnr-- . - . . . s(f (), ,.,.,, , h(t J((1 (lj,h.t M,)f, ,, . ...vr.v. .....w1. uK " 111. mo tins t HHiiHiini, .1 inai .1 iuc:i oi eopie ice. the dressmaker provides a cup 01 condition from one of the large heating unt ,.(, did you ? -.- hnlge. want to le psid. but they do not exactly tea and a biscuit, nnd after eating this furnaceN and lowered nlowly into n bath know how to make it out. They make very substantial meal tlie girl walks to elrcu- of oil. Then they aaw three lare My stock of o(m Sjwm nf i:Brinurk.. enough good resolutions to lift them into church and puts her car faro in the ioor larsaws go through Meelplaleaaa I hough u sys angnliiooil. Tlie vast majority of people NJr Willmin Wutwm explain box. Then she visits n worthy widow n, the platia were h tniiilt wood. Xext earmarking wbicb be considers who fall re the victims of uway over on the East aide, carries her they m tlie method of tempering a 10- much better than tagt It cou.stata they are ruptured by ambuscade. relief and promises of work and comes should como out in home to spend an hour in hysterical cry- Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers of army tube and tlie cniting of a ' Mintiallynf tattooing a nuiubor insidu If their prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Mr. Thomas of the ear by meaim or nn iiiMtrumout pro-i- t a regiment and figiit them inn fair field, ing over tho misery she saw. inch round ingot and tlie Mibjeetinn the they would go out in the strength und A. R. PENNY. one Damon in charge. a fluid Mate to an imiiienw, iJM Hho only receives her men friend while in of the tnuiiijih of David iigainst Goliath. tho eveiiine; a week, and then converse cli, Thit won Id be effective in ,,lttlo.cure hi ,d thia i work preMMiro The for (ol A man may be a member of tho most gravely and sedately, clad in dove col- - j could not have been done in tlim coun- - j,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,w0ver. la uxieiisivv. and ihudox church in Christendom nnd he orp,i y0Wii turned in a mite at the try four or live years ago. thtf Hj,j,U..ition wine trouble. A con- - mnvMt at all tlie coniiounions for half throat, with tulle folded around it. She nidernble nuinluT of retl jxilled c.ittlo century, if he be menu and selfish and duos not accept candy or tlowers. nnd (LATE ALtXAN'OKK'S HOTEL,'. The splendid sUiunei, Majestic, reach brewlers m Kughiud nnd this country en relets of the world's conditiou he is always gets up an hour before breakfrom Liverpool on the are usiiik system, eiiunlly cilectivo for no Christian: wl.1le.0n the other hand, n fast, dragging her reluctant younger ed Now York me is simpler RENOVATED AND hip man may have peculiarities of religious and sisters out of bed so that Jllli ult., her average speed being "0 M and Torwhich itatheeinst to leu-much better. It belief and yet if lie smnd his whole life brothers helptheiuiu their lessons, which cattle .I...IH she may knots pox hour for the voyage, or Day. $2.50 u of notc,, she Joes after an entirely different bat tlie navy of roWs mmi whi(jh yQn c- - M1.lk iny for others h" is .so much like Christ J:J miles per hour. u tRt ear )y Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-HousClin-tiashall call him a iiKthod from that employed by their the Unitetl States needs Is a llet of LNi nmtw.ryou like, from one up into tho LOUISVILLE, KY. The reconstruction of this world for governess, und consequently bewilders Majestic, which in time thoutauds Any punuh will answer that cruisers like the Christ it to be at the hand of nil do the jsxir little mortal more than she, W. R. LOGAN, Manager. of peace should Imi employed In active mnkus n notch or hole largo enough to to goes helps them. nominations of Christians, n may oe rounu. doing its'jMirticulnr work. each one Turkish bath She the regularly the A. VV. Jones, J J. Sullivan, J. L. Marshall,' Clerks. such as traneport of tlio niails, ee or teel diMimtiy manicure, the and It is the ont- but thus keeping them always in effective square or triangular, muchthe punuh limine, nf tlie Aniiiuiiiu to stir the Delsarto class and the tiding school. hole is the ouenpcsL we only have ling a round b.isincss of tho Calvin-1s- t Hho teaches in a mission sewing class condition. At pri'M-n- t GO Tho pnticli UM.1l Tor putting 111 tags an- blar.c. It is ther the rivets. It is the and a charity kindergarten. Then there to hamim three or four vessels which, when they swers the purjsise. business of the Kpicojaliaus to make an rehearsals for private theatricals were light nnd strained to their utmost, I do not know who is the author or pxmiisite ca-It is the business of and for thoweddingsut whichsheis to Ikj trips of four hours, were the system, but presume there U no the on their trial bridesmaid in Kaster week. Tlie gloves tho Baptists to wash off the works able to reach '20 knots, but have never patent on it. Assuming tlie anmml to until after awhile this world, which and shoes ie will wear are to 00 inane you. tho notches with done ss well since and could not carry bo looking toward was disordered, will Ihtoiiio a perfect of a jn'cnliar stle and color, which necoal enough to msintHin a continuous their values ure as fuilown timepiece, ticking away the uiinutes cessitates one or two trips way over to high velocity throughout an Atlantic mid hours of one lon day of millennial a little manufacturer on the west side, where she gets her sympathy aroused brightness mid joy. vo.Mige. Wo ..TiMH-- t too much of our children over an abandoned baby, and spends a d all herd ress 11101103' getting it It appears, according to the when thevliecomoChristinns. Wo ought vm statisticians, not to look tor a gravity and deep s into home. ol tlie I'rench and German : Of coin e ho has to go to lectures and ition of eternal tilings, such us we there huvo perished in tlie wars of t li iind 111 grown iorsons. No doubt the uniatiute now and then or sho would lost :K) years U,50t),000 nun, w bile t hurts children that were lifted by their moth- die. The fashionably devotional girl has been expended to carrv them on no things, only she ers into Christ's anus and got his bles.s-iii.- doi nearly all these it, a black gown) less that, the inconceivable, sum of IIt,- iUm iiiiimiix iiftiii-hsot tbeiii down walks on I'ifth avenue "d a severe hat, carrying n prayer ImkjI; Of this amount Trance has, tX)0,00(,(XK). thovcnino as full of romp as wi.nt 'tu. Ihw and weiiriug a bunch of violets. She Ti... ti.nt ...1.5... paid nearly :;,.VX).0(X)tMKI as the ewt of a Chiistian is disgusted with Pes out of town after service war with I'lussia, while her Ioa in tie ball plavn.g: tlie little irl who lieentu-- and stay.s over .Saturday with a tiiarniHl men Is pla-c- d at LVi.lXX). Of these, M),- -' J N. MENEFEt .i.i....iw,i, I....- ii.mrt ti.rio.1 liiwLwt Iriend in Iho country, where high revel - L 'jNr' T1IK I'AltM KIIKS (KX) were killed on the fluid of bttlle. sleighing parties It will be seen that with a few notches her n.Kivst in her waxen doll, are is held with the nid of .Mi.OOO died of sickness, accidents or Vou ought not nnd banjos till the last tram bnturday you can indicate .my uuiubet. which morbid and unhealthv. ami '.JO.UO'J In (iermnn prisont; can tx read by a blind man. cannot well to set the life of vivacious child to tho ttilit. Itrothcr Tom meets her at the 'station and tells her that his friend while there died fr.iiu other crtitstm bo removed without ilefacing tlie ear tuuoof "Old Hundred." 3DBALb1H8 I2T her fiieiiil Lou eiioiigli to bring tlie number up to the and'auiiot loosy. Supinse you wish to .!vl-.- ....-- , tv. ... .... .. v..r .... . t. 00 voor Ten, IlhI'1' iveii aggregate. Tho sick and wounded indicate the nuinlHjr louitts-n- . nun"'" ?fwi 'Sunicimit ,iav js t liu evil thereof." Do not amounted to 177, CM, the live" of ninny three and one make it. Six hundred , After three weeks ol this sho goes would lie imlicatisl by Vnv ,ilout note that are far from due. and sixty-threthousands of whom were doubth-south and has ii lovely time, for Lent i (to ami II G0 "1"1 or llHi. "itsi. fi00' ,00 j,ji Ul, on your counting dosk . shortened bv their illness. lion,,,. one not , R . Dresscd MmhQr Lath, Shines, Moulding, HrackctS andvion. Tho notcbe m'whvs tiifuro the Ihiaiiciiilauxietiesof tho ne.ttweut and kept whenwouldisbenway from . " besides it uti eMravagauce deJinite (. of l. 0' ililltoii ol their values Urecders ywtI. Mt.i,M.,oly is the owl that is not to wear all her evening gowns once and Verandah Work. aids When standing within .. number. -.- 1. Mcl.ain bniith 111 ,K)1.0,iil maiiv n Christian soul. , It b, or twice more beloro letting them iro. I . . . . U.e gun s iiinulc at the tune of discharge , ... ..v..... ... v , ,111 1. mi. ....... " -- . frivolity ami girlish ...:.i u lint with all a person wouiu ik- auuiiogiy ;inioiiinin away. A man wiiumj sins aiv iniiooneu, hyitocrisy of itthe (illMl there is a lot of gootl ' he only able to see the flint h hi weto and who is on the ttmd to heaven, has no earnest work douo by tho society girl in In best selected stock and lowest prn.es in Central Kentucky. The Oinulin Her. with a ierfeot Kxperitnenls in they go whiMitig by. right to Imi gloomy. As a little girl was Lent. She helps others and herself to follace, narrates the - en ting, the sun dashed ujion her spoon, instatilaneous photography have proved lowingbetter things, and everything counts, OlIiCC mid oho cried. "Oh, mamma, huvexwal-loweT tmly showing (.ousin Fred tins bat the shots not only sprcMil out, A monster three steer was dis if it is Would even womanly a sMiiiful of sunshine!" count like, as they tl, b.it they string C0Vcred during a round up on the bend-- J ami sweet she looks, in how that we might all indulge in the the little gray gown with her hands full ' yo Ood out ton much greater distance than iney wutors ot the Cheyenne river in same bet erage! Cheerfulness! ltinaues ' of plain sowing. Xow York Press. Tims., with a cylinder gun, tntng The animal sp.ead. it umlccs. 0 i,olllt.lu.st face handsome: woujli close 011 to v.truu iwiinda. has iLiiebus a will uliiin,:i.uliiiin(ii tlm hardest liiatttess .....;, runs tho rinbi tniil Kfifrlliii; s,.raiil. I turgid that is It) yards away, the last horns that will nieiisuro six cot from loom that weaves buttercups and ruin- You liire ignorant women, of low cononly three legs. The tm anil has Ihiw.s and auroras. lr. '1 1, Imago in ceptions, giving tin-i- the price igno-- ' shot is lagging along 10 yards behind. tin tolegs ure but in hunt there hind ild. of Lveii with the ebokeboie gnu some rauce nnd stupidity aio worth. You """. " is onlv one leg located in the center of are astonished when you do not et lag behind eight yards in tho body on tho jmrt of tlie body bo- the shot will iiuil anil lliislni". ideas mid feelings of which these wom10. t ween where the trout limbs are on have sometimes been asked if (3od en know nothing. When they do rix; ordinary steer and it isuUiut the size of his business. My higher they are no longer willing to An electioneer down in Mississippi two ortlinary legs. Tlie steer is wild. will help a man in answer is that it is tor the man to help work for you in th" same capacity. iaudiloiiteutly lebrred to the old say- und when discouTed took the lead of n Ciod in his business. If tlie man's busiWe nil get precisely what wo give. If ing, "The ollice should seek the mini, small herd ol iiiavoncksiind skipped out ness is ( Soil's business then tiod will help and we are stingy in giving, be assured the for Tlie herd was lot the man theotllcu." A few days ill for u hiding place him in it; but if it be not (.Soil's business stinginess will gain us nothing. Wo IIIIU branded, and a man Ht rOUUllOU li.ruiiribi tint Himiiki.r ttiw tinlii-i'iwhy should ho expect that liod will help pay money for work, pound fur pound. CitxlorU ciiivb Colic, . "CaitorlaUM wfll Uptsl lochlMn-- that SoiirMoiuaili, IlLirrbd-a-Constipation, Knictalion, tioneeringin style, Nsiti, left m chdrge of them him in it'r. There is but one business in If we want milium let ling besides, wo rrconiiiieml It u superior to mijr prescripUon Kills Worms, given hlivp, aiiU promotM ill:.... 1. ...1 worm worm I.i.;,iii'i,lf..u...., , j, ,,v iing it ourselves. tho ,.,,,, II. A. Anoint. JI. I)., diinks, cigars, Vc. llcing called down Vnown to me " cnhtltm. (,.m OJ,v ,,,MM love, of of , ,i,.11,.,i,tri,.. lout injurious ineilicatloa. Ill So. Oxford St., Hruollyn, N. Y. for our in- - j and asked about his assertion of a few a feed that tends mainly to making is the business of If one service, helpfulness to others. wo must be fn)II, (lUl. Thk Cs.vrica Compasy, T7 Murray Strrft, . Y diii a before that "thejollice should seek fm jrt uuuittst for breeding sows at any itithisbusiness.it Ills mind is firm m tl.nts man," he leplled; "1 still maintain timo. Diinng the ieiiod of geatatioii this uudh tiled mid settled purioe, and thoughtful for their interests. If we the want their sympathy in our need, we ntnirMiiiiuiit fiinu the inv nosition. The ollice should, indeed. tiie ftotus gets its if he believes that S1 is working at and w dependent tijioti tho feed she this business also and in tho same spirit must give it to them in their need. If seek the mun, hut by tiad, sir! tiio man dam. we want allowance made for faults and It should be mainly ot the kind of love he will l at twrfect twitco, 1h failings, we must oiler tlieiu that. We should be around when the oil'ne is look- takes. produces iurgoquuntity rather than that his purpose is linn and ho is working for him." very rich milk Wheat bran or null enuio ing under a gieat, wise, trusted leadei. Iced is the boil, and if the sow is young 1 Abbott in Christian Union. Tho largest gun manufactured at the and growing add oats to this rather than These women have often to be treated gnu works, Kaien, tiermany, corn. This will make vigorous, straight Krupp Not In Vuln. like children. Motives have to Im ex. weighs L'70,IX)0 pounds nnd is of the lln- - backed and long bodied pigs, eve;i troui WALTON BKOS,, plained to them. It I riiu ktnpimo liciirl from breaking I ahull not lite in tabii est quality of scel. Tlie calibre of this young sow When the dam is fnll a few women, of course, There are I cioi ftto one life the nulling c Ju who could notlw managed this way, but monster engine of death is I'.M inches grown the lino miuiiiiug icon, wnu it Or itxil 0110 p.tbi. huvo Tiirelv neon llu.ro uri vni-- Tow. little milk mid warm dishwater, will Iki long. The greatand tho barrel 14 feet Or help 0110 fnlnthm robiu Engagements with a servant with whom, when I wether Large stage, plenty of scenery, scats ,500, feeding. American Unto bis neat iwhIii, est diameter of this gun is tlj feet and bettor than heavier ou tho ground of like feelings, 1 couM I KiiU tint llvu la vain. Cultivator nuiwr. gopd nutaCtlOlls bOltCltc Cl -- Kuilly Uickinsoou not do just-v- s I pleasod.-Hnrp- er's the range is about - miles. i iltto 1 - ia, NEW : CASH STORE 1 , ( I '" tfrt-iill- y mi-l- t- r U-- ll ne-ro- r Yi-u- 4 in-Ha- - n-r- I - j I (b-ui- I XV W ; - : ! rem-.l-witin- ni 1' Jn tr lt.-ii.r- ll 11 ! : - . I i 1 - . 4' ! , , , lie-H- e s m pni-lMio- n - e TW hcim-hu- ' ' I """" 1 "'"' A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER ' .ii. i !" 1 ' t. ',',... I ', -.- - D ugs and Paints. Oiis, & Stationery. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, circmn-stance-- .; es-inc- h WATCHES, CLOCKS & r:swEr.RY Ir inra. 11 I 11 , THMS WJCIXABD IMPROVED. e, ,, THOROUGHLY 1 . Rates Per n. . I j -- j TO -:- e. I . -' J. B FOSTER ) U 1 ( FOR j , , tip-pi.- 11 Seed Oats, Clover Seed, And all kinds ol FieUi;and I ' . v j n ..- GARDEN SEEDS. & DOORS BSD - A- - Mil-cd- e, 11 SINE MENEFEE, - ! ,, 'ur t !J- - j ,;t i&Tae s'USE, 1 BUMS. .., .: , , j 111 . . 11111 - S'. WOVEXT and WERE AITID SLAT PENCE. er I T 1 I d arl Iepot btreet, Stanford, Ky. j vi j 1111 1 j j ' Infanti n Children l rr ,,.. I . 1 - j ,,..; ' SSsS6Sft3i Walton s Opera House, Proprietors, v -- .'J V f-n- j. -j 1 ., 1 r --". it't- - J I' 1TA- -, fl ' :? r r : I t , ? . Ti' .. y-- 1 ft & K.. Lfl' ' 'j :s t r! il r ' 1' t : v. 'ftp-'- & ri". '''. - "f A farmer in North Carolina has a hog Throe murderers, one under sen-- J tenco of death, escaped from tho Mar-- that nieasuies 7 feet 0 inches in length land 7 feet 2 inches around the body. It shall county jail at Benton. TJie Senate voted 10 to .5 to fix the A new way of making Veel has been 'is so fat that its eyes hove been closed ON the polls in State Makch 2o, 1892 hour of doe-inStjnfoki,.Ky put into ell'ect at the Carnegie works at (about two rncuths. tion. at o r. m. The convention to nominate a dem- 1'ittsburg, which will, it is argued, com- A. II. llnrgis was elected to succeed the world's teel ocrat for Congiess to fill out tho uuex pletely revolulionue F lii father, the late J. S. Harris, as State pired term of the lata J. W. Kendall :14th district by an uid iron trade senator from the Dr. D. Hajs- Agnew, one of the will be helil April 1, at Campion, Wolfe In bulk and pneknc. overwhelming majority. most eminent men in the medical pro- county. The county mats meetings to . bill has been introduced in the JVcio Onion. in Philadel send delegates to the district conven JVorUierii Seed House to fix the jrovernor's salary at fession, died at bis home consulting physician in 'tion, will bo held next Saturday. was of(.roods, $0,000 a year and abolish all provisions phia. He Berry Turner, the notorious outlaw Km. land dechnt. to renew the Behr-ini- r (or n house, fuel, furniture, light and President Garfield's cae. The number of student- - now reis-- ' and leader of the Turner faction in in a letter from Lord other ineideutal expenses. Sea Grub ami Sprouting I Ioc, &c. Sec our guaranteed solid steel Hoc the Uniersity of Michigan is ' Ian county, waa captured at White Oaks, Salisbury, which the president has laid' The .Senate commiltcu on judiciary for 5c. Most anything you want in Shelf I I.irdw.ire. Tenn. He lrf. re the Senate, together tritii his reported favorably the resolution to pay 2,01)1, the lamest number ever attending 'ami wnen was at the house of his sister, Large slock ol Huggy, Wagon, Stock and Kirling Whips, bought disur mo snenii aim statement tljat this ueintry will main-- ( .Mr- -. Van Young an amount equal to any American institution oi learning rounded the house he retreated to a loft rect from factory, by 2S. tain its right. It will be observed, the salary of her dead husband up till and leading Harvard armed with a Winchester riihi and reheaded by Trie ticket MoKXEreTZTZthat the little man te not so handy with September next and it was passed 20 to 2. was triumphant n the deinorntt-i- c volver and swore that he would not surr his ultimatum in this instance, as with Hon. J. II. Rend, of the conprimary election held in Louisiana to render, but rffter a seige of an hour and poor little Chili. Our navy it in no n Senate, is at the point of death in a half he. finally, on the assurance of the to meet the British, besides they ville, of heart trouble. He represented determine which of the two democratic otlieer-that he would not bo hurt, surhave provided to build nt once three his district a number of times in the tickets should be withdrawn. brothers, of Collin rendered. He escaped jail at Pineville n The six Shields new battle ships and 10 torpedo vessels. ' Lgielature and siuee has held a cinch countv, Texas, have an aveiace height of year ago, wheie he wm confined for one the best Chilled Mow ma-lcThey have also appropriated $10,000,000 on tne of the Senate, Henry Thurs- of the many murder charged to him. for completing ship- - now being built by Tom IVttit, the pestiferous little 0 feet V inches, and Col. John Sonsly, an Indiana farmer, Hraced Mold-HoaiI'atent Point. No strain on point-bolt- ; made of private contract, ami tuev expect to add demagogue from Davie, is opposed to ton, of Titus comity, Texas, towers up who runs a threshing machine during the best material. 3,000 men to the navy. Under the cir- - at,v Appropriation fur the World's fair to the hcL-h-t of S feet n inches. with a A Spanish scientist has discovered the season, quit last September cuuistances it is the part oi wiwlom for and it remains to be seen if the House eye. liver since that bacillus is not friendly tu tobac- badly intlam-the U. S. to go mighty slow. can be led by such a creature into re- that the time he ha suthred much pain, the op- fusing to have Kentucky liberally repie-sent- co or alcohol, and recommends a moder The practical politicians and the boiluse of tbee luxuries by hum.n be tie being terribly iiillauit'd, until he Ht ate at the show of all nations. Innf ....-.- ,. Rki'ickikccks: J. H. McAlistcr, D. Ik Sugg, J. 15. McKinney, .. : I... ..(... Li... . ...... ii.iiHiIii.! In . v,...... .... rt.tt.liat i.smciilr n It . ers are righting the er.rly closing hour wuhh. h . . The bill has at last ings. me reiorniers win ic .in'-fo,,n(l U the J.eirislature is whwt grain had be- - Wm. Hock, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Uowcn Given, I'rnnk Hayden, for elections, but -Gov. John M. Thayer, whom w" passed the House, but not until amend wise it will lix it at 4 r. m. As a provis "pronwi II oliis Carrier, John Cash, E. H. Jones, Jas. Hibb, A. C. Cowan, II. Bovd neglected to kick out of the " "V ments had been piled house hich upon Gov. and in its growth had found a piwage C. Dryc, liowcu Gover, Geo. Henedict, etc. l;or sale by ion has been adopted that no precinct it. has filed notice in Si4...hon ue of the amendments fixed the . .. .. thall have more than 3oQ voters and as ' filiniclttiw.nt ts tui inlli,t ml ni on ,i01.i.l .... he will "P lf ttsen the wrtlp and Hkull Ullll h,..i Cncrtthat mj tki nii foun, ,,u t the apex of the right Jlx, i& . every employe will be allowed time to tb contest for receiving a pass at 40 laabc. except make application to reop-jeye. exceeding four hours, for which be stalk was carefully iviuovei vote, not iu the case of a member of the (iem-racase. in a hot bed, where it there is no ex- - j Assembly. In he shall not be Elliott Keller, a reporter on the and his case the lashes were ruse for keeping open the polls till (5 or to of Col. K. M. is expected to inaMiie. The patient hits be laid upon hi bare back with the Lexington Leader, son HF-- T Commercial, almost recovered. 7 as some advocate. Nearly all the dev-- l utmost vigor till he exclaimed: "I have Keller, of the Louisville ilment in elections is done under cover had enough of this free pass bill." This was waylaid and truck over the head) FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. of darkness and under the conditions succeeded in with others oi the same character were bv a couple of men. but he Hume A. Cv. bought of Col Lnd wnieli will exist tuere will oe no neceb-sit- v declared out of order. drawing his pistol and runuiug tin- r.ih- for darkness to intervene. Four wood u jack for - cal- - oil'. The removal of the leao'clock isMate enough for the short days' William (tooeli stid to Tames Histt rinet The suit of C. O. Kenney turo of the revenue bill, proposed by the of November. 1ohfp inr Hbel. in which dtUIMI- - 3 two yer.r-omulraHt fi. v revisory commission for private corpora- - i.Mitr V. A. Hail sold to . 1). Holtsclaw wpre laid at !0,000, wa- - settled by A him. to license the social evil in don", will be some relief to the public aiges abon'. 57, auu a rot oi ouuiier cttle at'-- c New York has brought a perfect Hood of mind, but it is still a most amasing state lefemlant paving ... In.. XUh .... .. . . !. ...1.1 I.l.n .Kau e.'iu kj 11 l 11'.,,.. OI 1 W ", auil It IU J', it. "" Kliact', pMIIUllI S auoiuev n R protest. They represent every sectiou j of facts wln-- this commission imposes a J .Men-worn. i L'ywr old heiff rs at 2Ja. r. letrnt ting' the Hbeloun n Bdid, ! many tnx on the franchise of private corpora-meof the State and ai- signed by Time-jH. C. Walter luiuebt of Bettis Bros., by religions tioiis which at any moment winy be dis- lieorgetowu an women, as'well The iKtorioHS Parton and Tornfr'of ljiticst(r, a family man' for $4 lft. d. organizations, without distinction or solved by the stockholder-- . If the AND again trn- M. f, Klkin .v Co. wght of J. T. Some of thein suggt st the im-- , chiee of any such corjMiration should be factions in Ball county bate ed loo- - the doe- - of war and u fierce Carton n lot of fat heifrs at 2 to ifc. peaehment of those reponsiblo for the tnxed, the charter could be surrendered, - . ;. j0vr old to Jm Coffey 7 Saturday. The ro-introduction of the nitimire. So much and another ehmter taken out. The flght occurred then' wounding of Ik to.l feeder at '2e and 'a brood marts for of a howl has been created over the bill State would get :n tax, and the stock- - suit was the serious man, and a Mieljl lwj- - ;;0. that its passage is regarded as next to holders lose nothing but the few dollais I'arkeV, a Turner ' P. Hub We okl to EtobiuHi, of impossible. All the same the liceiue required to obtain a new charter. The rv to Alves 1'nrtoP. Dougl.i-.- s Shurley, .lobn 1. Jucob, tiairanl, a lot of extra guod bnUjber cai-- r inigjit not prove a very lid plan. silly attempt to put a tax on these fran- Carpenter, of the tie at '2e. : chiHs is the outgrowth of an unfounded Hob Tyler and John Beaaley lkag. have refogtsl an WiiKNit come tospieadingiton thick puj(1,,ici. aLMin.t corpomtions and the excurhionists to Havana, were arrested, StiH, Soft jiiuI Jim McKinae , . world btater. la a BQQn(,T Qm frl.n,g at VnnMort aM ,ttW8 and put in a dungeon for fooling around' of 51,000 for their flue nubile stalliou, city w ith kodaks, silver Tip. on Kentucky, he sa.d:,on t,,e Man,, recent principles of common ense the barracks near the M. F. Klkin houicht of I. N. Menr- There we have liquor which makes the taken for spies and had a s ilterw They were statt. am, bettr for fL.e a Jot of milk cows at 2J and intemperance a virtue; hordes that mak estfi Louisville Post, getting out of prison. eoreral hnrJ time "i lightning seem a puling paialytic; field- - ' at :ic. After 'JO months of search the lod- ,, )ir. I W. ICnu hij'Ja Hue NEWSY NOTES. that make one imagine that God, in iesofthe :!1 miners entombed in the1 Dunbar, la.,diavej old mule for sale. AiliUm-- or oall on of enthusia-Hi devoted n moment Farm mine, near The Method! t church at Minerva time to the development oi asparagus been reached and will soon be removed. him at Milledgeville. W. T. Williams bouabt of various beds; women more beautiful than the was burned. wasstpposed that the men snUeredj Lewis county republicans instiucted It historic maiden who splashed around in by fire, but the bodiea fehow that parties iu Boyle about :!00,000 founds of death for Col. Bradley. . the crystal fountains of the .Moslem par- were either MinWated or dnmned. hpnip at an average of Mr?. Margaret Knott was burned to thev ml cm." Cattle are dull with best shijipei-- at wa supposed to be a fashion- -j What death in her home at Davton. ummur nun nigrier wiin ieim., ,, Thirty-liv- e Thk Frankfort Capital propounds this conutie in Minnesota aMe millinery at uurKsviue, notorious tops at Ni; MiHrpHic tu ilumanii at to tuinsouttobe .piarters of a very pertinent conundrum: "How many! have instiucted for Cleveland 0) iu Cincinnati. At procuress, who has enticed many repuof the few Hill men iu Kentucky asked. The lepublican district convention W. T. Taylor, of Audur-opath of virtue. The o( WA1.I. TAPJ K . table girls tioni the foi Ant tin, oIh County ' call nd tiAttunr llic h'mlmtl rwl ,h,i(itii Mr. Cleveland for offices and didn't get, will be hold at London March ilith. H(cr- -l to ihc profit of (rMlm. Knl, indignation and live hogsheads of tobacco iu ljOuWvillcut y them?" Nearly all we should say. Col. Dan Laniont, who was Cleve- - citizens are wild with the woman barely --ot out of town in jau average of i'2 '.'i per cut., the high b'cratch most any Hill man's back and land's private -- ecretary, is very ill. At A. E. CIBBONS' , DANVILLE, KY. est bringing SS. News. you will find that he does not love Hill! W.M.Hayes has been appointed time to save herelf. Ht C Jlto furni-mii the Ul I'.MNls, 1II., VAkMMIt..., . iIowa. my kelii (vuite a number of tine stallions re houtm Ihr St4li- l''of,lr.lnit The free wool bill proposed by the r room than he hates the ilo hftor b(rllirr advice trout lie to Jo iht.r OHBHjii jn l a at Wildie, Kockcastle coun-B- ut if pafced, will .added to our eighth page this issue. e mm tiptrttacti juj pncli. ul inu, anil democrats in ConurefS, then you know, as Gen. Bragg puts ty. The New York. Legislature the people of this country about 'amine them thoroughly and )ou ate it, the people love Mr. Cleveland for the Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. priated 5:500,1)00 for a State exhibit at the flSO.OOO.OOO iu the cost ol their clothing. bound to find some to please ou. ho has made. Kentucky pioduees mom than half ButtheMoKinloyism of the republican j World's Fair. Sixty-on- e Tai: numerous candidates for Circuit' and Pi esident Harrison's detes-- 0f all the tobacco raised in the Fnited colored Senate, Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney are. employed in Christian county out of tation of a cheap coat, will prevent the ' States, but to her credit, be it aid, h,. in the Legislature are much displeased a total of 1GU. people from vetting that relief from does not make any of it into cigarette, Pendleton Bros., of Bristol, Tenn , with tho committee's report on judicial e a has been established at their burden of taxation. Covinetoii bought of A. Ilium gelding at f iL'.'i; of ( )nc o.r the I.Ut t and most compUto stvnls, ol Men's, Hoys' ami reuisirictmganu tiier u.e endeavoring1 x,pPi Hoekeastle county, with Joel L. Commonwealth. to get up u bill to suit themselves. The lfc,;l, nli'27'r,oi Wallrtie Steele II. K. HuntinKton, who was yeuer.il Win. Dodd Children', districts as proposed are about as satis-nt L'00. Lytic Hudson bought of W. TllH ,0rnin at C o'clock one of manager of the N. N. & M. V. company, factory as could be arranged ami these Louisville's many murderers will Mvthe Eitcrn Division, until its absotption byi (irvening a at iJlti. koIouh had better adopt the report if penalty with his neck. fori Tho Times iys there were If) J cattlo the C. iV: O., will leave on April 'nje they know what is good for them. Legislature has pas-e- d California, to represent the united tail- - of various rad s on the lieorgetown iiiki ver brought to the K.M KtuLof the lotmty. A so .i larire aiul well the bill appropriating fl,:S",000 to lebuild way intere-t- s of his uncle, Collis P. Hun- r ket Monday and sold at ::, :5i, V7 and I. Tim House committee leported a bill thij au- -' Work mules nld at iloO to W pel Miir; I'niver.-it- y w hicb plaivi him next iu tington, State at Columbia. assorted stock ol Custom Made ami m n cutting down the World's Fair to S0 and good ones at The democratic dNtrict conventions thon't in the management of the gigan- - j ping hoie to 7.",000 and it is feaivd that in Pennsylvania mo instructing for tic Southern Pacific railway. In tbehis- $100 ami over. will not be voeven this picayunish L. T. h a man of r. ol D.uivillo, has Cleveland Hist and Pnttisou second. tory of railroading seldom ted. With as much as Kentucky has to age risen to such high contly purchased a tract of Liml near Huntington's It is positively stated that Chins should not have thow, our the Lmi-vilfair groumls and is now I'or both ladiis iml guitltnuii (. Spreekels, the independent smmr leliner, oilicial rank. ill and t uirne tr tock before hesitated a moment lo appropriate r at ' building stable and track. He will Long, the (mid out to the Sugar Trust for has Mr. Allie punlia-in. d $100,000. Wo are the people )our Spring (jood. Miilwav. has sent iu her ieignation to' have tjuite a string iu training, among are for a liberal appropriation. removal, as determined upon by them being Wood Wilkes, .':... Six men weie killed and eveial foie-ta- ll general.' Norn k. I will have seven bloke .1. G. Shasku.v, a Indiana other- - fatally ipjured by the explosion the 4th assistant of Klder J. S. Sween-- ' mules at the Mabbn of L M. Bruce, next ' of a boiler in a lumber mill at Ka- -t e is the daughter politician. vi s that his State is not in tb leading miniater of the Christian week, for H.de on V2 mouths' time with i. now to present a presidential can- - Jdan, Mich. .(jo Five children lust their lives in a ciiurch in Kentucky, and is said to be a 0 per cent interct. If not sold private-ver- v didate the sentiment is too strong for I will sell them to the highet bidder beautiful woman. About six months" ly Cleveland. It really begins to look like burning tenement, Sunday night, near will bo nominated in Springfield," Minn. Tho father was agoshe was inmlicated in a social scan-- ' on Saturday, April '2. J.B.Owsley. the resigna-- 1 Horsemen of Lincoln county, don't dnl, which has finally forced hei the practical politicians. The verely burned. ' fail to enter our young stock in the The Whitley county republicans eii- - tion of the post otlice. people can do it if they will. company na Deen loim- - .Meicer bounty syearlnig, dossed Harrison, the McKinley bill, stakes -f- .'OO, H00 Iris said that the Bourbon Stock Keed au'd the "dst Congress, but did not ed to build a road in connection with old and "Model tlrocery" for Yards at Louisville has ollred Cudahy instruct for delegate. Cumbeiland Valley extension of the, ami slO- O- guaranteed amounts F.n-the was or- - trance is the lowest, .j, ln, iio, due If it it 1200,000 not to come to Kentucky. Trains collided near Fairmont. W. S: N at Big Stone (Sap. can allurd to pay such nu amount tojra( au,i iiv cars took lire. W. S. ganized'iii Virginii'. but it is aid that! April Ith, when Make. close, T. M. keep out competition, it is doing it at Strather was burntd to death and foiir the L. A , is Inrgely 'interested iu its 'ardwe.ll, (ientry Bros., of Lexington, bought the expeu-- e of the farmer and breeder others were badlv injured. construction. Tho branch is to extend Hnd is the kind of a combine that ought j0hn IJobeit's, w ho killed William from a point on the Cumberland Valley heiu yesterday of 11. T. Noel, of to be lookedjnto. between Pennington Cap ter, a pair of good mule- - for ji'iiO; of It. Stovall January IS, pleaded tuilty iu touiity, (lentry, two Pi hand niules for iL'iV--. F.d to manslaughter and was and Hubbard Spiing. i Aspiedicted, Mr. Mills was elected Seeds the Virginia and Pendleton bought two harness horses of "ii uid thenco to tllu Ienitentiary. States Senator by the Texas Leg- - en -- 'La" I Iocs I :.L'u,- 4V State line, near Mulberry Lyte Hud-o- n at 1.')() and s Tenne-se- o The republicans of six State- sinlature on the first ballot and byaiinan- 'Son solil to Watterman, of Macon, (ia vote. So it lias come to pass that aua Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Bhode Gap Pies-ha- s Uiver and Harbor bill, as com-- ( six horses for the Southern trado for Jslutul and Iowa-ha- ve The declaid for the fitono which the builders rejected !H)0. Advocate. i,!'Ilt Harrison's renomination. pletedby tho committee, appropriates! become the head of the corner. authorizes It has been repotted that the stock, ,. The Alexander Hotel. Louisville, .f0 700 000 for next year. It Thk unanimous election of Mill - I.! will bu known hereafter as the Ken- - additional contracts, to extend over h cattle mid other property of W.C!. hie be disposed of at public out .S. Senator from Texas shows that the tucky Hotel. Undo Jo A leva tiler has years, aggregating DhW.KK IN'- there ar still jn earnest for tarid", retiied andanother compauy bought the Kentucky will get for Kentucky river. cry since hiH death, but such in not the people case. Ilie larm will bo run as heretoreform and for its most distinguished ' building. SloO.OOO; Falls of Ohio fW.UW; iniuana exponent, (irover Cleveland, to carry it The and Congressional chute, Fall of Ohio, i.OOO; Falls of fore and tho busines will be managed OHt- Kotie,h f.lo.OOO; movable dams at Levisa by the administrator when one has j appointment made by the last democrat- 50,000; Oieen iualilled. Three jiood jacks and a horse 5c f Wisconsin has beei; Fork, Hij- - Samlv river, AND DONE. Thb free coinage, Bilver bill is now be- declared unconstitutional, by the Lock No. 3 450,000. The will make the present season there and and liarren lngdiscuMOd befoiothe House. If iu "A11 work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. their pedigrees will be seen later on. gums were ficcurcd mainly by Gov. succeed in talking it to death, ' preme Court of that State, which is K. Hubble. L. publican. will be forgiven. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods 1Semi-Weekly InteriorJouknal THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 1 "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" Sets; Brand Potatoes, hteel lloes, Hakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, lJichs, Mattocks, 4 i W. WALTON - GABDBN SESSDS otoo;, BIGHT PAGES. tn-.it- j liar-tered.- it k-- su Kx-ltu- v. Mc-Knc- BEOS. door-keepe- - Louis-ditio- ) ' The Vulcan Chilled Plow, . , p . i JIds Latest Improvements. Satisfaction guarant- ed ; eed, ... i ! I t anii-ftee-p- , -Kx- "" ed " v-i.- -k" c nrn.. a - . i 1 '"!' JIo a W, Ho W'lABWo l do-jke- trau-plant- ! k. "TT1 i -- , J - j J ). impii-itori- al j ( J i i i i ' ii ' - - cO-t- 5, j . ; n-- 1. 1 - a-- j f j ( r j MfTAiU """ WW : . w I UwxV : fruu-eree- ' 1 ' c THE LATEST STYLES. o(t , Cruslics, sjch ; 0r j i All Sizes and Shapes. M'ROBEHTS & m, , a HIGGIHTS. Mm Y, , M.'-Jo- i o--- c - 4 I WANTED. Five Thousand Indies Gentleman from . h X. - Stanford u, ' . I post-ma-te- Kx-sav- ! appro-enemi- es , j ! , iool-teaehers -- -- ' post-offic- JUST RECEIVED, 1 post-maste- r. 1 1 1 1 -- j .Mi-so- CLOTHXNQ 9 I 1 t g - appio-priatio- i-J- re-M- . law-make- le po.t-mate- t W sati-lie- -- well-po-te- d post-ma-te- r W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 'io. .lor-shap- nt . j -- A. A. two-vca- r- "WARREN'S thiee-year-ol- il N-- j N. Y. Seed. Potatoes, Red and White , Lancas-extensio- n, j , Onion Sets, giv-Uuit- 1 '' j -. - Indi-imou- Landreth's and Ferry's Garden in Bulh and Packages; also and lakes. I a- Hub-uumber- ROBT. FENZEL PROMPTLY . Legit-lativ- WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY y. re-a- ll J I X "O-- j$ Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal - Thb weathur has been fair and ant for tho Inst two dayaand the for to day are warmer, fair. Koi: pleasindic;i-tio- ns Dwelling with b'ix rooms Opposite tho Colli jre. Uood parden attached. Apply to John M. Mcttobcrte, For Rekt. 1.WEAREM0T-- . Stanfohd, Ky., Majkh 25. 1892 K.c,WAiTON,Bus.ManaKer MEANS cottaire and lot contain- tickThe I Jc K. will sell round-tri- p inj one acre of ground on Danville treet. ets to the Confederate Reunion, at New Ot.-rat the door. Will sell cheap. If. Orleans, April 0 to S inclusive, at one C. Knuleman, Jr. A -- slk. Sr. 66 fare. SNOWED UNDER," 1 , EUSIHESS, done at A. U. Penny's. Yotut account iH now ready. 1 leant) .all and settle A. K. IVnnv. llr your hooka ami chool Mtprlh-- ' ' , all kinds irom A. H. Penny. Havu vour watch, clcxk and jewury icpaired'at A. K. Pennye. All work warranted. Kkmkmiikh that all silverware, watcher at A. It. Penny rf wil. rices c, te engraved free of charge. -- Exobavish beautifully and artistically PERSONAL POINTS. is vh-Hlog J. C. Mi Clary is down with the pip. Miih. L. A. Kaiiiss, of ft lends here. Mn. A. C. Sink has returned from tauisville Wed-MfHl- h ay ttelt to Cincinnati. .f -- FP F. L. Ci.iKi-ou- was in V Mh. L. A. WrsTKririKLD has returned from visit to friend- -, at Paris. Mhs. KoiiKiir MuAmstkk, of Jcsm-min- on buiiuer. e, visited fiiends heicthiH week. A. W. Hhatton, of Clark county, Ind b been visiting his frlond, J. W. Flow ors. Mns. y. Wil. Koybtov, of Unrrard. is vititing her fatbci, who is ill of pin- Mn. m Miih. Hoiurt: HitowN.of arrived yesterday to visit Mhe xx-iugto- n, 1 p Sibolii has inovd from the (...ver liounu to Charley Withers' how' in the extension. J.hinT. Ai.i.un, of MonticelK bah been the gutst o( Mr. K. B. Jones and Other friends hete. Mh. Y.s 1Hiiikrr, wife rntd family, of Louisville, are vWUnt at his father, Mr. HiillDHdder.tr. arrived W. T. from Lontevilto to b iwwiil when hi fa ndled nest week. with Mim St u UuMiiM.wwBMt horn ' miiti"trtor. Miiele, John K. lUuxtumua. Jtr Bp'id a few days. t" Ciiu til Cot nr will beinii next Mon Mn. J k M Houin woit npto day. From tbo lorkm, which OlerK J. Wedne-da- y U vMt bar parents, I'. Builiy has had printeil, wo nuil that ilr. and Mm. J. Sandifsr. divided as follows: there are Jl" f Ynmigsttiwn, O., Mr. It. 11. tiCoinmoiiwinillh cum- -, :W equity , h YiMthiK hi"- fririulK liei. II is the - ordinary appeaiauci--- i.l ew-- t of Mrs. Kate Ditddeiar. obi ordinary and 13U old equity. The case l l).niville, Mis I'.inilK Antv. for the murder of of W. T. a score oi more ( her young J .nice Lsbert ill h) called the first day ly, Tuesday even- friends very hand-Hiand fixed for a later day in the term, if lit. il is not continued. Tlieie aie ten Mk. W. S. Pi:b. mim and wifu and K. cases on the docket. CiK. Wilkerson and wife, of Junction colored, for tluowiug l.ori tiih-o.ty, ero registered at the Cotley llon-- e rocks at IHtieI.ee. as well as cursing Tudav. Jons' Km. lAMts, who li- - been in the her and bit aking up her furniture, was ednes-d:rjemploy ol B. J. Treaey, of Le.iinat.in. lined j't) befoie Judge Carson, W Uro-- .. wa-- , arrtsted by Marhal of I'arif, t.Jibfon lias engaged with Minn ( their stable of Ne'wlrtnd TueMlay afternoon aud taken gud will have i'h.trj; the judge, w hoordered him to aptrotter. pear on the following morning for trial, CITY AND VICINITY. but he took advantage of the oppoituni- ty and fkippdoul aud wa- - not pre-eNew link of Zeiclwr -- boen just reieix tiibson when the line was impon-dwl at S. 1, rapidly gaining a un .i bad itrc and is Hecord nummmo that enviable a reputation hs our fighting LaniM-tTiu d.iy will be Thursday coon, Jim Tall, bote before he was placed It- - publleation iu durance vile. .jeieaftet. Mit. .1. M. I.fttie llilin. .Sai-kik- ystnly ty, im has II. J. MtRoiiKurd has contracted with Mr. M. K. Klkin will continue delved. Raney Allen for a two story house on tho business and Mr. John L. will likely his lot recently purchased of Mr. Wilgo weft ami locate. liam Uekey. It is to contain five moms Till: craa on the hills and dales look and cost about $2,000. all the greener foi itH sleep under the Tukkk hasn't been n March in the Kiiowand without another cold snap the memory of the ohlot roan with as little liu early and very luxuriant. crop will wind as this one has given us. It took Dh. ArrLKMtv, the xpvvi.ilitit of Lnuis-vill- all ite time giving us as bad weather as will be at the Myetft House, StanFatistied to let April do the ford, next Tuesday, at which timo all blowing. utferers can consult him free of chnrK. Tin: second section of train :M jumped Iscorif'ittiiity with a provision in the the tack in tunm Xo. i, near Hazel new constitution, tlf city council Patch, vesterday morning. Seven cars the water works frauchi-- e were wrecked, three of which were load will be Mild to the hixhust bidder n.'xt ed with lumber. The cars were badly Wednesday, reserving the rii?lit to reject broken up and the wreck caused .1 delay , nny or all bitln. of about s- hour. Twenty-five- was compelled to transfer, and it Scvbiiai. families of liermaii PpunkiiiK was IPSO yesterday before Xo. "(5, Russians, iu all about tiO persons, ni rived piwed here. thiB week and went totntenhtdm, where They were Mr. J. S. Uruitus, who was elected a they will likely locate. t by Mi. J. Ottfnlieimer and are said member of the City Council, last night, lequestoil a reporter to have eullicietit money to buy and for this pain r to "give it to'' the town small farms. trustees tor allowing cattle to run on the TiiKCiucinuati Knrjuirer hh that tne streetH. He had had a lot of his wire wife ol Beatty Wicklille, tho negro who fence torn down by them and thought was sent up by the Bole circuit couit they deserved a rakiog over. .Since his for killiui livau Wan en, has brought election he hu no doubt repented and suit for divone, setting foith his convii-tio- u will hereafter feel as to a comfor a felony as grounds for it. She plaint as the rest of tbecitv fathers. T nks thy custody of her two children and is in sreat de a restoration to her maiden name. W. L. Dwe iji irk a knot-tie- r, lithium Jiaruiy mand A um!i-t- k rou's Sm.k. As adminis- - studied up an appropriate ceremony tratoi i Mrs. L. C. Helm, deceased, when h wm tirst called on. but was fully will at h r late rueidenco on Tuemiay, prepared w b it be bound together the ,,, March liitli, twtjinnlUK at - '' hearts and hands of William Martin and her pemoiul piopert, consitt-Inprtbltcly Mr. 1'orter and W. II. Stiippy and Mis principally of household and kitchen Martin on Tue-da- y evening last. Supt. furniture, .! head of horses, one Jewry W. McClr mys that hi- - ceremony cow, bees poultry, etc. Terms: Under would have done.credit to an old stager, :i Mionth' credit ?10, casb; over lei alone a blushing widower with on'y . S. C. Helm, Ad- witli gooil iciiritj. it n few Mocks in service a The firm of M F. Klkin A: Co., t But always to the front with a new line of CX.OTBCING AND HATS Shoes e, po-sib- le, New styles in .Men's Suits, new styles in Boys' Sails and new patterns in Children's Suits. Our 'flat department is complete with 1 ALL STYLES AND LOW PRICES. Just received a new line of uth-bound, - . Johnson's Celebrated Hand-Mad- e i Wed-ne-xla- v n-n- For ladies, iu Button and Lace; even pair guara nleed: try them. Also 20 dozen Men's Fine Shoes at S2 to So, all ivarr anted. .Men's JVecJtwear ri.nrl Fancn Shirts at bottom nrines. Ladies, dmit for rfpj, mi.v l.i.n.p. ni IVh.it.p. Goods and Embroideries are all new and the prices below coiii petition. -- THE LOUISVILLE .Main Street, Stanford. STORE seu-iti- ve ' 1 A. UHBANSKY, Proprietor. M. MANES, Manager. m "" n .s S. p-m&s;. B. - AND 1 I J" - 1 il, V5RSr ' UT K rW &?-- &Jjm 'tif &&nm STEEL BOILERS, Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, and Portable. All Serai-Portable Iflf matsis-tntte- power. Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. 26-hor- sizes up to FriM- - Mid-dtesbo- Mtliins wrlts that ne was present w'en the tioiible occurred W. C. t.i Vrntlur -n. not be- - S't.-Jj- r 61 Write for Illu.ttatcd I'ampletx anil jour want lo I nlm anil Mr. Auder- Sfe- Nt V THE JAMES EEFFEE VORK CITY SIMM A: CO., SO Kit. - i . "V If i and that he has not on. at l.ivim:-t"of intoxicating liquor for taken a drink CHURCH AFFAIRS. Tilllie says further that when three on the 1st I will preach .it Anderson a civil queshis brother slap-p.Sundav mi April, as I failed to be then-tion he called him a d u liar and .1. him in the iace. A to himself he la- -t Sundat , on account of ickness. j did not sa .i word out of the way to Mr. G. I.ivincbton. Ol The new Methodi.t,church at j and any other statement is Anderson, will be dedicated on the first' in variance with the truth. We pub- renceburi; of Covin lished the item - we got it and of course Sunday in April. Dr. Dodd, way or ton, will preach the sermon had no leehuir m the matter one J. T. Frazier, a prominent real tsthe other. was expelled tate aceut of Lcui.-villMu. F. L. Curroiui, uuent here, has from the Uroadway Christian church be.Is the... "The cause he wanted to debate the points received the lollowinc notice: Goebcl lottery bill having been -- ined advanced in a sermon b the r. bv the covernor of Kentucky is now a He claimed that was scriplaw. N on will therefore refuse to accept tural aud rein-e- d to make an apology, as mouev foi ,hipmeut known to be MMit demanded by the elders. In the city, embracing all the newest weaves. oil fnr the miichase of lottery tickets. Not for years ha- - there been o peat 'l will ah decline U deliver it package u religious feeling in the community as l I'laids at 50 cents. See our line of Bedford Cords kuo,wn lo contain lotlerj tickets, no mat- at t. Since the bejinnii: of the in black and all the newest shades at 75c; can not be duplicated anyter whether these p.tck.isres have been preteut year more than lM)peion have or from nveived Ihim points within About where. joined the various churches. without the State ol Kentucky. .1. W. half of them have united with the ChrisA very larre stock of White Goods and Embroideries at prices' to tiralum." This is pretty touph on the tian church during the meeting now iu suit the times. at 'i, nnitr25cent Turthe httle ones often originate boys who have plsyed the name since prorcs-- . The ministers and membeis Wantkil-Ks- cs is ng.tin Another large invoice of Emerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged by HideK, tallow ami leauiera av uic ihk"' the wiKcst and briglitest sayings they were old enouuh to become s(K)its. of all denomination-ar- e working togeth II. Wear- - shown irom the following by a JUtU" .... i - v.. K. .k n..'r.Tiik- Him.-- W. - W. lVnu.t T. er in perfect harmony and the bitternef-an- d all the best in the market. 30 dozen Ladies' Oxford Ties and Slip" three-yea- r old Bible indent, which v.. en. Complete tock of Shoes. rivalry so often noticed is eiitiiely pers. iIim otlitr dr.v. His nroud fath P. A., and li. K. Anderson, special agent t. Winchester Dcmoct.it. P. II tMrrox. scent for the White Nice line of Ladies' Spring Wraps just opened. as sta. mill not a sDOtter r.f vtf- - i. X ii.. a J .. tells iis that his eoinpany ers biotlier, who is An entire new line of Men's and Hoys' Hats. I'ine goods a spesinger aud who as- - ted in this paper, were neu: T....... churchman, a gieat by The coldest region in the United States hi vml durum Hit- year IM1, i.OO) theeTangelist-o- f the "resbttenan Mr. Anderson had a clo-- e call from the lieh along the Northern border of Min cialty. theinees lor shipment o as to sihts .,f John Mullin- -. at Livingston, church iu holding meetings over the nesota, between the southern point oi Remember we arc headquarters for Dry Goods, Notious, Carpets, Hive nails and lumber. and but for the .piick use of his pistol, him. The fond the Dakota State, wsk Lake of the Woo.!-an- d it wa- -j &c, &c. eh:, ted no. m. ujiht-took the i.ttle f.dlow into the kitcli-e- he might have fined badly. As Tiik city bonier. The temperature nloiii; the line board in recit- he escaped with onh a cut or two iu his often tails as low a ol) derive below ze and pro.fetled to drill him to till the vaiMiiey on the Liv-- ! y, T clothes. Mr. Anderson wa- - sent to ing the ilden Text for Sunday Vle-iob ro. In 17:5 the instrument ut lVmbina ' thieves who to ferret out the in in Atlanta, and of was to ivneat before his uncle. int-to- ii who which he from n to 150 below. One of j d Having indued the boy to the propel have been preying on the merchandise the hottest icidons is along the lino of to attend to the dutien. says he in-hhape, as he thought, he led him ill be- i.. ..uini i hut nlaieand he ;.l tho Southern Pacific railroad in Arizona. I...: W. II. Mii.i.kk and t!. S. Caipenter fore "Cncle Joti" and told him to repeat m1H-t.i- n At naedad, in that Territon, the ther pive an exhibition of their Johv " u - mometer has been known to stand as " the text. Squaring himself, the little noi m incuesK-iabilities a fisw days auo to a elect tot vociferated "Thou hall have no not after hornet men, but thieves, and high as 10 in the hade for day- - in orowiljiut the Iwitlo was declared a other ods belore Me with ring- - on his no hoin- -t brakenian or other employe succession. draw belnie it came to a tinisb. tlngeis anil bells on hia toes." To ay will take ollellr-- .it his presence. Has .1 Complete Stock of Kite haped tracks are all the rage that his audience was iiralyed hardly xvill bent this all to piece- -: Ort: council Cut Link. We are not out- nowadavs and not to be behind the New exprcn-e- a it. Mt. .Sterling bus contracted with a going to have water works, but street times ,ti.e Santa le road has built an I 1 1 I H , iYoik firm for water w.nks. The city ,,. this model, taking eems ceitain uow to have cars jdeo. The latter has at last SrT isroiin inline use one per year for 7:'. pluas. The pavs woiks. The city council has ed shape and betoie main months Stan- the principal town- - in the San Bernardiof stock in watei WAJLX rity alsi takes flO.OtHl woith ngieedwith Mr. B. J. C. Howe, of the ford and Kowland will bo connected by no, Los ngelos and Orange counties. met thifciinnpany. A; Ihixine Work, Indianaprailwit. The a street Howe Pump Bernardino, for wxaiaple, Mailing at the county judge Wed one may take a train and lide for water :ork- - --I'heme is curried olis, to iiav him for plug, liydrants, :e., intheotlicoof lithe he will make n nesday altei noon and after listening to houis, never passing through the same out, and there seem- - little donb,t of.it. tl.lMOaye.ir, providtsl arrangement with the L. it: I... t.ndiin of the charter, Mayor D. W. folanil yet at the end of the electric light- - and an ice lactory wiH of A. It. Pen town twice, inaihiiiery can do it a.l. X. to turni-- h it water at Kowlaud. Tiiu Vandeveei was on motion . 1'. W alton trip he will be just where he tarted low, as the ame also agieed tu ny called to tlu- chair and from. San Franci-c- o Cliionicle. Water wprkH.atre.t cars, elect lie light, city council at that place ' at i.'iO. Conoid made -- ecretaiy. The object of themeet-intake ix or even pluga Aren't we Hying ire factory' s style. having been explained, and overi-l'romntlv and in ermg everything. to are Mttislled that J'uictical work is jiist iiiiit""'-- " the m i.tHi.K nsks u- - to ay that m.. i council has done well iu the matter. 000 of the tock shown to have been the mo-- t stupendous bri.lge ever undertaken solti, free of charge Old gold and .:NGR A yiNG on all will an election for three director- - wss bvinan. It it, the gteat he is a candidate for city judge and that The saloon and pool loom liceuM-The present pay for the water, leaving the ordinary held. Messih. A. K. IVimy, Dr. .1. F. i.;t.l.... silver taken in exchange. he is going to get theie. toenail the lludsonriver between incumbent, Judge W. K. Carson, who expenses to be paid by the taxable piop-ert- Peyton, K. V Walton, I. M. Hiuce, :. M. New York aud Jersey City. The central 15. Cooper or judge for umru which has b en almost doubled by Owens, .1. IL 1'aMon and (i. has been magi-trapan is to be ;l,0(H) leet long and the, n canwhich requires were placed in nomination .uul on a structure, with its approaches, will cost than ii imrler of u century, is also the new sucnamed thiee didate and is likewi-- e sanguine of banks and other institutions not heieto-for- vote being taken, th first $riO,000,000. j leceiving ;!7, 4:! and :5. res- - probably cess, taxed for city purposes, to pay like were elected, of l.iglit trains, coniaiiung 17o folk- -. ,i The tow ii is out of debt, 1ILI lively, TliK uiMilar .uiou.u Lai ge and I;resh Stock of ri jjoi.h -- Miinf..nl - entitled to the blue other was lived for tlie first W(.r ghippeil from .Minneapolis iiioming Hi ho it will be ecu that it can pay the foi directois libbon 'for dogs. Ycsteiday sSitUi uflereiv nr.liiv iu April, begiuuiug in l.Sltt 'Hie for tllt, amount named and not incia-- e : . . 1... .....,..i were counted uitbo couit houe s.piare i": Mr. Howe and Capt. mectinir, wlucii was iKe .mo hlightent. the seen on Hiid 17 otheis were at one time NKW ADVKKTISB1IKXTS. Louisville, Wed- one, then adjouiued. Tho directors at would be a most excel-l,- Fiank Harris went to the street. This a mteting, and elected It nesday, to see what amount the L. it X. once held point toMwt .i bologna factory. Mr IVnnv i.tesiileut, Dr. I'eytou treas Onion Sets, Beans, Peas, &c., in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; d.Ks, is willing to pay for, water at Bowlaiid. would aUo be a pood IUce t) tax ycsteiday arid urer and K. O. Walton secretary. It was Capt. Harris returned also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and the owi.es that the chatter .nyil each and kill all that shame that says ho is Hiiro that Howe aud tho L. A a Mattocks. would not pay foi. His were mu- was In some respects defective, but it bnuhl be woriled to X. ollicials c.mie to teiius that inin, March joth fur n easily by procuring nu tin-IUJ wilt belt clcj tilltobiillU wain- werl fr Collars, Hamcs, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Hridles, Halter-- , &c. Velpiug tually satisfactory. This being the state can be remedied bnrkinjr council itkervinK tbo rlfilit the chy legislature or county ttwrvliHM of SUnfnrJ. ViuV death with these vny "f nil forage on of case, the matter seems to bo settled other from the in curs, kept by people MmpW b D. W. VANUr.VliEK, woik of grading the track Maym- C.ljr Sunfor.1, Let riuI the water wofks will be begun at court. The ,t ttiern and disturb their slumbers. will begin as soon as piactical. once. us have a dog tar. 1 I 1im, r.i-s- , D. OHIO. . Go-die- nl -- Stock of Dress Goods SEVERAN6E & SON. 4- e a- v, e, '. 4i pa-to- re Largest & Best Assorted 46-tnc- h All-woo- nt -- . 1 pre-en- er p i P-- il - weu-Kuo- u - .... ab-en- - - 1 iu.n.. A i .. . ng pai-ei- it , 1 1 1 n .xTaa-mne- d Nuu-ue'.le- then-ii:ii:ti..nof1- A. n, regi-teie- j W.B.feROBERTS, 1 . W 1 "rVV ,":,..: -- -- 1 -- is 2jHC' 9bIV Druggist and Jeweler, UUU11U -- m-uk- as-un- -- nrjTTnn UN DflflTC PAINTS, i:,-J't- PAPER, sub-cribe- rs Jewelry & Silverware, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- sati-facto- ry -- -- - g -- I -- -- ta-kc- u, y, , te -- coti-titutio- n, j e JUST RECEIVED - - i- st-,,i0- vd -- Utxu-tio- n ... 1 .t GARDEN SEED FARRIS & To Coxitr.ciors. - ..,. -- - HARDIN f 'iV . Semi-Week- ly Inter-:- Jourma AVOMKX OF TO-DA- Y. SJ 1'KHYKiVlll.V "Whi'ti not to paid Published Every Tuesday and 1'rlday Tho Mnkton of tho Period la Hnudsomo. T-A- Gon-enUl- y .V. V ANriC.i i lot of children up town nnve or-'fid inn 'tn, rhti, f.rr and all .Mr, chp- - nln havearIn mf l.(..n'T a an eilami white CJ l p,d cum yt bytymt a drHimitie dub, mid lh t"yi- ''i' tnil tiotittwly curn nlrs,nr mo p leqnito rhi.rgwitril iff ihWatN'fturmitit tiens of otieof the .oriiHsteni was making cd. u .,p.ramMil t.i qi. pwle.t .tMtactir, INil.l ION, Cral orcLtrt inquiries eonrernilll It. lioa. relundl. l'nc 5 cent r mnne A" Kl "Wliuttlo.Toudo'.'-- he asked one at ' ' '"' "" bv , ". .... jrnld 1 lies-iim- l sh'tkrp.rp. I ' Uuakllu't Arnlim Salvo. The best "r i hf' 1 ilu in ntt Hit world lur cam, hrmses i;STRAY. 1 1 I ttr, - . , '"Bl""Hooeloi-tf r - K- tr $2.50 w irft) SH A IVntHry lln-- i" -i Tiling n l K.o. at LOCAL TIME CAKU. isoiv If t lioncr tlu exception, Ilie Utile IIimt the Armiiiiteil I Were) Different, or. innrrmln hare rwrnm cmIIi1 attention to a fact, sustained lt I'luuuun observation, that L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. of the present day the young wonn-Mill train going North I'Mpn art" lietter devi loped physically, taller, " " South .1 vm Kapress train " South .11 turn rhunt'ter Muviiyvr and healthier than .. i North the ycung xomim of fifty, one I. seal Freight North .ivim inw huurirtn ml fifty or two hundred, hundred ' South. $i pui gers. The utter trains also carry pass year?" ajfo anu that in this continuous The above is calculated on siamUM time, tins! perretit'.l improrrinent of eoudi-tlotime is about to minutes faster and ibtre are no .stent Tram naves Rowland, jp n, it w Rercrti! iTC'lisl! medical . -" Se-lu-r n back-wan- t. rjE:H&CRESCsM.!.J'JTr. Train snjuii' hn tltv a- - 'oitn Solltll l II , I tv. in.; N' i, . - ; lit , Nv i. I . I One jouri-a- l hut, or two .iju a handsome woniitn in.is. p. n spired rvnt.nx mM of such admiring Nn sc-- t North ' curkwitv that her arrival or departure N , t j r local 5 .1:46 p. in dnw .:i.t rtH.w HtMl ivwnrded tho patient v.i:nv.. ..f hundreds, beitutv of the mmo i.rt is mi general nowadays ns to erol.e no riopla of excitement. It is no lour r so r.tre that It commands peculiar ;iM .:t, says the Xew York humor Sun Ag.n'i t'... portraits of women f in blood, ncknole. J ! wlinesb preserved in many housis and galleries, or public ulcers, and building, and wondered at for many years-- , canr.-siund comparison with many hviti. countenances whose pood use looks are s little beyond the ordinary as to inspire neither poet, painter, composer nor sculptor with a subject for rhapsody in sonnet, on canvas, by lyric, The or in marble economical, Hut the change, to which English writers on hygiene allude in scientific to .v ln(Vii County Ky ,ft! Best metho Country. and nofevir jnd .if f. Now is the time l select U. e.ville, The U phrase nnt win s, ,, ,,, 4 wn,, i,,,,,, illiout passion or emotion, a call. t i.mIci-- mil's D.nvill.-- , choli e Istid at htw pnce iii.e Ihwn a miles from Juu City and effective of all ,tcs in the Union one of the miwt is not limited to their Held of personal Lcander Have you got hold, Miss C.KKKN. Proprietor siir.in, is mi'- - .f inrrlaiHl. a statwn ou the l Central l.in. l.Osatrd dliestl) n the IIURNS. Manacer blood-purifier- s. observation. The tendency of women Ethei? Now. don't forget to wish. ur r,it ini. iimn ii nn eiecani snu in this Stale arevhe t tirl vine citie. of Hmlinion, o n. t.-libruk residence, (tin Kthel Oh, I don't know what to wish. Waukesha, lond Ou Lnt. Dnhkosh, Nrrnah, e spacmiiN u.itlniijjints and n ahundanre ronf) to prow handsomer, aud of women no MKesar si fruit longer young to remain beaiftiful, has Lean tier (gallantly) Then, I'll wish nasha,Waiipai.ii. Claire, I'ulnt. ltuhwoixl and trees of aJeiiMt evry variety. Much uf theland New Kills, Kau '. e.l tnnhereJ, al undanil) wjI re is vitaia Ashland. its manifestation here, too, aud in ample for you. will cure you. in short, a titles, miis ami Infnrma and amtlj al. ell .rt In icsets, Ethel (blushing) Will you, really? tion, apply to lime tT. S I'A I IV, I).lul' A., and indisguisable degree. No. i Faeaa in very rnfrct. I' t'vi sale, sl.ii en Mules a sears td nest Spring Crattanniiirs.TMin. It shows i'self in many wavs, but Well, I hope your wish will come true. Or to ' A . Chi 9J f W U)C,,N . Ill STANlOltD, KY, J AS. C TOM), (. 1" v You'll find papa in the library. Texas pronouncedly, perhaps, in photo PIAIY1 fmost It is not so many years since Siftiug.s. J-- XX. 111. O WJJ.li wLXn.XU, graphs. Messrs Cam- & Sherman, ul Aliwndrr, the display of a beauty's portrait drew writes us rcKardini: a rrimti a! te curt ot rheums Homeopathic Physioinu, A (Jrutln Malum. " I ha llr f Mr Wil.i.iu HOTEL AND SALOON li.ni there as fil.n.i crowds, and resulted in the sale of thouFriend So Miss Henuti refused you? I'rult' , the po.imasier here, had hern 'nil ridden STANFORD, KKNTUCKV This il itel, renovated ami refurnished, Is nos sands of copies. Nowndays this indusShe couM iret AT KUWI.ANI) IV Sappe Yes, but she did it very v. tth rheumatism for sever ii years.soli lur a botIn my charge mil I intend ta cunducl II so as to no Ii ni? to dn hrr any khI Wc Photographers' special geutly. Office Hours: 10 to la to 3 p m.; 8 to try languishes. in.; not onl) maintain its high reHitatmn, but to add tle of Cnimbrtljin'i l'ain lUlm and she was com n. m. tu It. long II. oi friendt. Snecial aciommoda-lion- s favorites are at a discount. In the plelely sured hy lis use. We relet any .nr to Oflicc on l.ancaiter street, oppoMte court house "Expressed sorrow, eh?" for i. Mnwercial travelers and fine roams for ' staten-enf r sale v bottles her to verifv thu windows, on the shelves, or in the r the dispHiy of samples. , I "It amounted to M utlcr til frame Motel showcases the examples of beauty and proposing, she gentlythat. While was hylr K) L. Ilourne, Druccl.t aiidOptictan.Stan-- Sahion atfor s.lr privatelyh atev now renlinK at and KonlaiH, sv hn lord, KJ slipped A First-Clas- s loveliness are too numerous to justify room and sent her mother in out of the per month It vsutrally localnl and a fine perni Saloon to talk to hoslnrs.. hein at a trrmtial in..t uii a divis- lor As many pormuch discrimination. I.I.I A IU) and I'OOI. ROOMS attached It has rood well, stalitc coal And me about the weather." d'ood News. ion al th' t. ft i Dcder oreign traits are sold as heretofore, but the j7tl house ami other necessary outhutldmcs Address JOSKI'll I'OIIK, a MRS MARY C Kl.kKII l Stanfnrd. After thn IJuarrrl. preference of purchasers is more difand Domestic Fruits, fused. With the heighteniiiK of the He Maud- should like to walk When Baby ttu rick, we caro hor CastorU. When alio sm a Child, she cried for Caatoria. standnrd of comeliness individual cases home with you. if you w ill let me. ConfVctiontrles, Ac. 8 She (coldly) You may, if papa gives When she became Mis, she. cluns to Caatoria. of superior excellence are no longer ltn. with him a firm class hattr and ran lurmsli marked. his permission. When sho had Chi! 'tea, she cava them Ilriad, Cakct and the like on short notac. 5; He All right. P.! ask him. Where Another illustration of the change to which we refer Is to bo found on any is he? Highest cash market price paid s HOUSE. fashionable thoroughfare. Years ago, She He went to Chicago Inst night. w for in New York. Hroadway was the focus Harper's Haar. F. B. RILEY, Proprietor, 3 There Is tmiUncrr trom wlioepiHj; cough v. hen esof admiring sightseers, and a pretty Chamber atn's Couch Remedy is trtely clvcn It n Site Korc.-wait. - - - Kentucky. woman was gated upon long and liijHities the touch tenaci' us mHCiis and aids in its London, Wife You've lieen drinking ngatn. It also lesicns the severity aad expectoration on the popular promenade. u Husband Can't help it, in 'dear-m- ake fitiucticy ol the psmti.nis of coughinc anJ inI hae moved to my new Hotel and am bpttei 3 y nobody thinks of traveling any sures a speed) recovirr There is not the least &c, at me slio happy, m'dear. prepared than ever to acommodate the public. ilanKcr in Ktvmt; it to children or halites, as It great distance in New York to behold Good Livery attached and every convenience "Huh! Makes you happy, eh? I'd like contains no injurious subatauce. joe bottles lur One me a call. tho spectacle of proftv women, or to to kuow why." ale by Or M L. Ilourne, Druglit and Optician, M. F. & CO., FRANK RII.F.V. ;7 give them more than a passing glance. tanford. Ky. "l;c(hic;cause I she two of jou, IS iyr They are to ! seen everywhere, up STANrOKD. KY. rt THE SHELTOH SOUSE. town and down, on side streets and on m'dear." X. Y. Week v. n S. OWSLEY, eS-S A I.KA1 YKAK INCUIKVT. thoroughfares, in stores and public con3 ROWLAND, KV. Attorney, sub veyances, in doors and out. for Comnonv-callh'Isi Candidate Co. jeel to the aiti'iuof the Democratic parly In any On the stage, too, it i no longer cusJt dicial District to winch t Incolri county may be throughout ; has This Huu.e has been ,s tomary to advertise "beuuties" in tho AsA A A A' A a O OK STANFORD, KY 'I a mmr. ji7 ik i.u." .. L- - --i ." ti. r c fashion once in vogue. The description n A LIVERY ATTACHED. Is new fully nranued and rea iy f r business with is superfluous. Handsome 'and attrac3 C. MORGAN, D. R. CD tive women are the rule anil no longer TiHiisieut tiiiUim Hihcitcd Paid up Capital of $200,000. srfiiiy J. W CARKII K. I'rop tho exception. The absenco o( talent o DENTIST. r. Surplus, 19,000. rather than of le.iuty is the theme nowis m v n; to the lliins oirue, Laoiasier street HII-TOIadays, the fact whieji confounds disSUCCKSSOIt tnTltk LINCOl S NVTIONA1. Nitrous Osidet.as given for nainlris eitiattitu: criminating patrons, critics and observHANK OH SJIANIORD, STANrOKD. K:NTUCK. .Sow tlosini; up) with the same a. sets aud ander Dealer in General Merchandise, ers, (ienerallv speaking, the proixir- thn same tion of handsome womi"i is hirirer than Lumber aud Shingles. lly prnvitmns of Its chatter, d.psssitnis are s. ' DR. W. B. fully protKted as am dcpoailera in National Goods sold fir cash omv It uives mt. pleasure it used to be, suit! uneoiuellucss is Hanks, its shareholders being held imlmdwallj am dmnc diminished correspondingly. to state to the pusli in general that The true lnhle to the e strut of the amount of th.ir slock nicely under the Cah i)te-- niid that the people 'aass' the fact that it is the causes of this latter tdfeot are piuhubty thtinn at the par value theirot, lit addition ta the are rapidl) satthiiii, rn to II may ait as r'jBrill) Office S .t S side Main street, in office seccnll) amount invested in smh shares ' better system, both fur tht huter mill s ler. Ihey two: PsV fl .lis kaiis that I sell aoous lor ulioiit a third less eteiulnr. administrator, trustee, As., as full) a arated he Dr. I. K HulTiiian. Stanford, Ky 1. Improved the resnit of a an individual thin my compttttor w ho du credit businiss lte more sclent Hie To thine who entrusted their huisincss ta us d mode of life, better hy.ember that keep canstantl or. hand a while mnagltiK the l.mt.uln Natsenal Hank ol astortment of I'ry C.ixnU, Groceries, Cloth- gienic conditions, larger latitude in outg, . ff . ,. Hats Mil. I the like Call in nnd Stanford, we i heie tender ar man thanks and Sh J3 VKNDOME MOTEL trim they sill sontmne to transact their wttHBrsk almost daily door exercise, better nutrition, better ite my stosk, uhich i rsiilenislieslRowland, K T. HI SH, with us, oflerinc as a t;iiarlre for prompt attenJ ll- Mil. .l OX, physical culture and softening and WAI.I AC K S ri.Kt.k. I'ro'r. tion to same, our twenty years' einssrsxire la eqnali.ing of the climate; and ttsnlm- - and as likens) accommodation. a are ctm "Auner .Mariar, hiiveyoii made many REAL siiteut ivith sHwnd tsaakiae 15. Hetter taste in dress, the nitrodue- AGENT CAMNITZ, BAL'GII3IAN, tion of new aud becoming methods of proposals of marriage yet?" lUxn runs IILsTtN II K, Ky Ky. "Xot mam-- ; but the year is still rIKEANDSlOKM j J WMhanss, Mt. Vensssa; attire, improved style, a greater varie- young." Life. Thoruiij-hland refumishtil abil fully rehtted J. M. Halt, atnntiHd; f:'''rics and of colors, and such W ha A .it' a n nher.f .1 XKMst r ' tht uants of the l"i' , repared to attend j.i.Msji'jvi-i.is-- . J. S, Owsltsy, Maafetd ; cr, Ik.i It c.jH..,jH,,injr nf materials for a girl's an iii In. bin Me dot it. lily tne SAMI'l K ROOM ait, tied s i'u '' '" s. sit in i !,. i aim. arc al S J. Kasbry, Stanford ;J keirvsi.nt!nt; wear as to linng them within the reach Cleric First am going to strike the ... i.. and s res mn iaMU.. lunni.f III sir limn ntr.il ' K I.ynn, Staalord; j of all. Loastsl.rinz Iheis lea aliiy their rulmess ainl f ohl man for it raise. IViISS LICCIE BEAZLEY, A. a. CarpsnHir, MilMgemlle; Hartford, of Hartford, Conn., ihty of sa,), turnpikes and ra. Such, then, are the causes of the (Ten minutes later.) tad. thai brine markrl. rlht In J. K.lsaathmaa, llastatsville; dts r, they Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. changes, observed antl commented upon reihe.i er than the lml. sfany mir Second Clerk Well, did he raise you? K. Ch. aaaaiaed ; 'illnroin ty, J. I here Inst sutc Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, on both sides of the Atlantic, which at. el) Kaim in tu, ( irncr M .ill and Dep Ihlteit First Clerk I should suy sol Didn't Willmas (ta.ch, Stanlord. Ky. IV n.er inne.ir'im a lect Ins Co. of North America, " mark a distinct advance In the average , II. Shanks, President 11k ii.uiil) is i linked . uk turnpit - ,r,r, see :ne tome through that door? Kentucky Stituford, dneiti. n I here not a pu'ili r coinelini-sineur) of women. They are grow- N. Y. Herald. J It Ow.'ey, Cashier ei MO 'n ai All nfnhirh are list lftin the muni) seal lliat t itut Ma a.Uti. t I I'. m n.v Iru nl- - il i nt.ni ' e ing 'handsomer n the world grows W. M. llriKht, Itller lla nistteluri.nl tt m ilie he pleaked I" ut We has the Knussille llraach ot thi ,V N I. list III Wllltlllt--. of sjiiim, (,.(. I. whn b IhiiikIi' hi ilr..ut ti. letos promptly issutd. Wiliin- - n K. diihtinic the i..iily fioin hast loUe.t ,n the as tyf oltler. It eaunul In- - said that this is ofshi is iietlv prni-- 10 .1. iiv stie unit"- II tlie does, wind, storms iintf lijhtril . C S K K Irom North to Nniih; the K I Solomons. Sr. Veil. Ikey, haf . k ficially proved siii w here in records and propose ladies to ssv tl.eiii, whttiut tl.e bm r esatlai-heil without alditi 'i.i' tlitr mis pi ice- in I,,,, innaii, crnstunir Ilie C to .Miss (Soldsteiiiyet? Telays UmiMi-tO sli.iw (inti Omseut Kirt National lln.k, M documents; but un'esh the masculine ta marktt NATIONAL BANK tat mehesier, cismi; full acn-s- hnsethetl.ni- larki the wrrld. Iksules. we eye has been dazed and the taste blunted vas dangerous, I ir Mill, in thi'ioHiily thaiKiie us a nurket Solomons, dr. .Meiu heart vas prokeu Ol slANIORI) K by the Increase of female distinction i auu.ir rfrain iioiat iiome, a In! e iIcmIim I haf not te courage to sneak Kal--riiiu muoniaiii tedious and beauty it should bo rellected by au alretty. a. ,..Mn till last nigh', and her fadder haf just v IHI.UON AND MRY C DII.I.ION, nvniuiHy ov lalirouils nii.l lie .. increase In the marriage rate, anil that South hy railn.ids ha. ciishI'iI sm h dema I lis f'arle. Stock-Surplumade an assignment, so .she vas too far " (..rail knelsol cereals and i.p.w mlrr that ' The pelnlutiers hae this day filed their lielitn.n Capital scta EMI i soon and largely. nporu 1110 fore fer. Jury. ssanel) retain enough lur lioMiconuuiion in the lerk'siiHicieif slid tourl, asktllu that said rhepeapleare priMiieriMaa, ceni-- u. and sin ' Mary C Dllhoii lie empowered to sell ' ' al'), ft' makm lelievin: in Christvanity and educatmu 'I Ilie Kluht Kiml or a llortor. M.oiy .my protiirl) shi sp. and runvey for her on l,ern nei ;lilurlioHl , j ,C i,,Mt) il.tims A Uussian journal reports au interestTolTer Have a cigar, old boy. I'm Hiav own or aniuiri-- free from the debts i.raud he Attetilinti uf the puliln. insittd .to the fac ii.l liiinli nd n.hwillvMi.ir ufher hustiand, In nuke lonlrasls, tie Sianfurd ing fas- - of a philanthropic physician. afraid, though, these are not very good. Stanf..rd tin lounn seat of I iikhJi,, 1. a as a single woman, trade ih her awn name mid that this is the onl) Xnlinual Hank in llauk Ait nder the piovi- "suf the National little sit) about , u4, nihab t..li!s , ,, Visiting the patients of his districts the In fact, they may be worse than those I di.p.is.. i, her proper!) Iiy will ur deuil. the is now ordered tltut notn e nl said .ich.nl.cj Upoilors aie seal .d not only liability supital the .nat tli aw vay from On N.ih and North It V, hut lv the stuckholders doctor found that in many instances gave you last. lor au r4t s..nth ami ' ilo. the Northwest m , ,,,1 f , puhlislu-- in the Interior Journal, a ol .mil siandi.a; as it does iinouiil eijii.il ti the slock, au hilt Uexsit their sickness was caused by hunger. publisned in Stanfoid, Ky., for I'll dn)t, uallic rmlil Into i,r I, Friend (In n burst of of tin- undevekacd motiiilaiHS of Southeastern of March, this InsttiiiiK ii are secureu by a fund ..rj(iv t'.iven iin.l.r my hand thlsiylh day To the most ucedv he prescribed "six of the bank Krliniik) Isaiked up b Ih, my dear Imv, impossible. .N. lay. ,,,. ,, , ,,r rive an urn .tateHienl. of r. ha 1. ii i , ias ol the Stair with railnnots runnlnK tl.r u tie iiiadeeuh earto thu bulled Stales governpounds of pure rye Hour in dose of two Y. Weekly. Clsirk Lincoln Circuit Court. 7 ment and us assets ace .summed at stat.o times it to nil psuma of the i. ... pass, m.lk,., ,M,,ltJy pounds a flay." He ordered his patient iy Kuverumetit .ij.nta, thus sesuring addililnna ofle..ftfilw.tosJte,l lVn. In lli. South .Nut I'.i.iiritr. nd perfect safe!) to .lc(i'jitnf to get the medicine al the drug store of nianiifactu.es and mher enterprise, of iiujinilmle Mr. .Morrls-lar!?- e I'lii. institution, oriarinmly ..tahlishei! as tl e ....... ., -A O I. iiiluim Are you ill this John II. Cattleman e ihiw ueiin; the nearest village, where it would be in iS- t110 7ou, town ,, D.ioit Hank of Stanlord al Sunf.ird U6jand alwiit- he ..si, aUiul. threeaaltatid am! ricl.t ,,r issued free of charge every day. The race. Sambo? an the National llaak in red heiccouM be erected Water Works vith very Sambo Wad race, sah? the FlrstNalH.ii.il Hank ol llllleicaitlhal-oul- d team supply a ,lty cf ,,,.000 m 'good doctor made arrangements with' unintui-- I haMlanis with the purest ami best Stanton! in isij, hns had iiructisally Mr. .Murrin-F.trk- f (wittily) Tho witter in the the druggist to supply the Hour at his It is supplied world iipted exiHentt-uy Our link-- . h.. been newly sivrirwitTTs--rrv--em race! prompt lie last le now with lacilitiesfi)rttans.tiWliMs.HsssS expense. In this wa. his patients will earau.l its husi.iess housesrel res aril and lilurall) than cur bstfure in Us lens and iilinii. still nnui.aiev.itri larger sah; Fsdedark boss greater be kept from starvation the wholo win- - ' Sambo ration., pralensmas lonorahleiarccr Our men hania and Ira men n , sah. l'uek. firina and iudiiidtials tcpectfiilly d all prosperous and dolus well ler. tVc iw I I i- 'l,l' t!e elrvutnVumv thnt ellod nttentlon to Tvherefts a on-tury - . FOR SCROFULA scrofulous the catarrh, consumption, -- r. t Ayer's Sarsaparifla most safe, speedy, tiu. wc plaj playK was the answer. ... f.n. p...4ma'.ti "I u.istlic, Indiana, w ,. fiH Hi.hi., done HicUit "What htnd of jdav.-".1f r that tii inN ... .in a i tlir.ir- - 'thrr iron,IHHi iiw' n l, MortroiiMc." Mllllalrnm Aires nl Auilcnili I "id. s tuatcd 'J in StirlSv (.Itv lllrtlle. if..,. IIUS i..iiriril 'i'....u... ..11. id.v J f nii' Apply lu tvr a rerv trnrk manner. ' Sn T iic. lurnsee wd MxVm.i l. , a)iLiti Mrs I.. II jon. Vid. tbe l iti.l lie. inc Ititt-' Hut wltOKO tt1r.'t?te.?, . ,i) HITCH ttKID Ky ot' Hid n nii.m. man. me irri nic niiir Stantofa, "Shakesjieare NOMtrtintr mi, but we mi I, w It.rtiiH r, "nil uti' i hist .iru wr't most of them ourselves. "Detroit i,ip,.ih n "Rl run nittct-i-ad don I lb tliiiij; for t 'I' all hrlt a ii . o'l dawn Krtv lreaa. dlaa; foua.t icu r f li food fei )wl Ilk he hid a nc hme on ii'peiiti- ani the Cut (u.lfs .s the fallowih? a uttie (tn; U.ily ,c u irtttfcr at A. K. Pwno,'. ttrnij ohlcefs loin ilil 'in lIccii-ii- i it llavinr rem m my I'stber snop to the Com alllir A elork nt n la rye h.w htorc on Sixth o l, tntel, au the 1st Snturday in is ', iielert (.IS- IH'HISM. null .. f?li uJali thu Cuv ui avrnw ia very iniH-- t,nven to sjhjIIh of t Grippe AienUi. Xtaafortl. Prepared to Accommodate Ladies epidemic i., Murray Hill hi- K i,- he Nesr ol Ij (inpfr ludies, S. S. Msrts and S. 1'. Sta.C wswii Sheriff, O I. fof Cnit .k as well as Gentlemen, Clerk, J. w. Hajdeti tii. lutj the sh'ie more not lonp tiL'o. went d) he f llMderf the Crt) ten il ld. b "V hat can I do for you, miss?" he ( il'-ii tiJ nato provtel in Ii i the td In anything they may resi oanrm th ith in my line. Cbil-- I J. w. HA DKN.Chf asked. timltUy. men! I !iv. vwrraa-- t chiIv i(iikijr relive , h'l aJiowiilrd.ii Call n we. f aM. Vj ihf ii it i Irlt no td ('ur r 'ili- "J want a pair of hos." il 'rmtUv tt.al in. r,r ; laraulre tl"' i.oeuhr c.hovr" J1.SSIS THOMPSON, r S ' "Uaro you brought your wtin r'ait, oi the h . l r, , rtlunded It ham no suai in feet with vi u""Stfthurs. In C'im nrnial II tel r ai v nrnal Cht ot I .r...v. n ,. i.ml". inr at A K. l'iny,, l'tu sto , t Ite UeHiit Wril. 'sjit'e", kou aa$i. Air Hatnrxv tmiupvinj; f of my pa. lure near Dan- I he nest Karm and nclieM ( I na (row itcroiicl aU, STRAYED!.'.?.1, I'Mliatf a'.mt ten davs il in c imt seat in Mtburli.c) mil way ear) Mad'm, Illur titass atul, O. Jo., pn' suipiin 4 i.urrs the pnp ihi ac., nnr lirr 'ilirk Snw, unmarked ny 4r Mr.J y' tlno noil .litiivi tip. Uotsh room in I. iifi ft ibr I etfder, Mciit Tcvw. "In the l Nun urd, the r .uHiv led ailhiu u mile .1 M t rt will h. thankfully te. rived A I) I r ut'J h ( H nt the CaucH Keatf1) ud M it.enlii Caamnarhiin i c t tlnali sheut, mm! 111. inn iwu i) ,( Ii.nvi Ii Die Si.uil.nl nsrty j In a id Ks'itlr thmi ,ih insdraMe V nnan (standing In hiv l one of Ow Mi). 1 KatmalM nl a lnil oir t ilsfi, tu days .N'OriCKTUTIIK ab-lMtaiV c I n:i t let uu; disturb the firM attack The roind i.iril I iu n tfinl n;im and 1. is a hii;ti si .a- - ( ru Abum'atire uf Hatrt lr ivmild have h rii ec,uIU a bd ns the tirt lul vnlHHi you. np on Invent tiny more room for l suit ilde foe teS-llTRAVJSLlNc- lJ and the ne nfthi- tiioy,. t hwt to rr to I41I in Seat Is PUBLIC. than a on neci f.r vourself and your Sou t mi houi' .flrr )ia '.trail.' wllh i, ' 01 u tail wiirai hen p. t h Irval.d s Ihkl it an be ilnKJpd and tsolii. attend to the fiist t e I as al lr jnp. (.hica'i T'i' m.. botik-he ate a Ure .1 .1 rirsas niailr tti ia hrfutc atnrtR Ur u'g t and ininmodl-KiI have n e nut In dssellint; a v.itienient stnek ham for alf ly lr M. L nnr. tniii with my Hotel, the H il 'irpr.r. Siaafurd, Ky. Ac the Li'l ut tt nk nl all smili, rti r J I ii.l. M L. I'lN'l s, Stanfoid wiatu.i.atplj U "I'm to have a party on mam-maJ 11 Jtn ns. bii'tndar," retnarketl Kthel, "and r. 1 , I'lneville is II be o' Interest It I've invitcil twenty-fiv- e boys and gtrls " Hint? uill Sf No'lhwcsl,fa thwo that tht ' rum set ta know A . "Wliat a nice mamma you must f.iri.lni: and im,' ti lnr l h WIcmiIii aiWi have!" said the visitor. trv to tin- have 1" tSCeatral stirs, t fceulers ' First-Clas- s I healiMull advaatasro "Oh, mamma doesn't know anything Lliimte. cntl fiarlet ffXiilm ibunilniM.e of furl . 1., sliajkliiu 232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s And offer the services of it to the public lltand about it," answered lUhel; "it'spoiup to aid lniiliUiiK mil rial, jviie and trinl ne vehicles and Iresh blooded horses make rn '.i li can .inp riant Land, be a surprise party for her." Uarpcr's Inir water stable eoinn.it- with not cnies cd ou the rrainan rt ilia West. Nn ,m lurninte roaT leauinit rtoni ' Vouug People. ncvira'iT drouchts noC '.ie, n ki whit-- t r i.'uc awl Maiilcr-- inrii' . ' Mr. ft IO Mi. In I . th?!!?,' Happy ,,,.,,.,,, I ! . ! i - Sisty-tiv- I lir " in rl . ITotioo of Eloction. eppsl-itesuurt-honAp-l- ) -- ' I 4 1 - alnvnt-mindedneM- t. - - t)i.itv lu- -t ! ) ht l' 1 -- I v jou-j-h-i- Te . i i Te-n- s I ",t I I 3 I one-hal- t o cb: s;f jl k m t I ! I I 1 , . - 1 Infer-inilin- lat-t- 't I ' f 'a lr -- ! 1 HlHe-l.ia- -- ht s tuil.-niV- e. A hil-i- .. dn-o.-" JO- - a I n.tu-!mrl- s V . 1 's Luntl-Soekor- h. - irit-u- r. MYERS HOUSE, . I I - 1.111111 1 the--I- FOR 1 SALkB. J very Stable, and-iKv- r ! - 1 1 e. Wis.-.m-- i.ririist ri i el , . ti-i- I VV . I 1 Has Cured Others Sii-r- Mai-hSi-l- Cl.it-pe- wa j I Ulue-tira- -- THE 60FFEY HOUSE , 1 - !., JOSI'I'II COFFI2V,'Prr. I 1 t 39-- 'i FOE. SALE, I - j 111 in-F- I 1 I CASH ELKIN I THE RILEY -- - 1 1 won-dering- ly Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, To-da- d c c v 1 1 J. JR., s farmers Bank& Trnst 3 I ? r. . S ,- - D,S. Vgel s -- J. H. T, ( PENNY, wtatiaj-eme- I n Oculist. o w- - I ft ", l 1 plcii-ji- - il-- Ilii-it.- . THE S7-i- - II. II.U. Manjj'r, I II. ESTATE Stanford, ,i I I'MQIIRAMPF Af.FMT ) I ! I ut-tr. I . lte K- 1 I .lUlliner and Orcss Maker 11 I. r- 1 i C I s . I IC I l - n-- i. i FIRST - 11 s I wh-- hf Lincoln Circuit Court. i n-- e, 11. i I -- u-u- m W s 3200,000 11 lii-r- 11 hem-ti- t 18,500 I , ,1 111 -- 1 sti-- sl I - s , l Ir-- m I . polltencss)--Im-possibl- e, 11111 - 1 11 - - hit-ma- n f r- -- ROYAL F LIVERPOOL. .111' f r Ya-a- s, j I i I I WILLIAM 3IOKELAM), .v c Dealer ut the. Solicited. Stock Cattle and Sheep a I'ersons having any of tlm a'.ove dusinbt-for aalo or" wishiii, to purchase same, "vill Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs Atl evperlem luisimf- - lias been of profit to me and I think. I can make t profitable In. ill In the buyer iqii dud viler y, O ndtlreas Stsnfor 1, ky. years in tins to call on or suldruss me ef fifleen d.. well stock )flicp at the Mjrrrn House. read of a man, rweeutly, A cooperative- home for young women who brought suit for damages against a w students has been started in lloston newspaper which printed au article with uecorniii'Hhttioiis for nl.ut one that caused him "mental anguish." hundred and lifty, the prices ranging Trotter You don't say was it a BAL113EE&0ASTLEAIAN from one dullar ami a half to three dollars and a half a week. Most of the tariff editorial or au original poem? MANAfihKb, Brooklyn Life. rooms are in suites, ami the arrangeCommerce Building, Louisville. ments foi table board aie separate. in t'lilr.ii;ii. Stranger--Wlio.s- e The intention is to mala- - It little girl tiro you? Auents throiili.iut the South and If any student .remains there a Florence I'm papa's little girl. year she will become a partner in tho Stranger And why aren't you mamscheme and have a share of the reve- ma's little gir!? "W. A. TBIBBLE, Local Ag'cnt, nue. Entertainments nf various degrees Florence 'Cause thl decree gave m hi AM OKU. KY of Importance are to be provided. to pup., i.ifo Fosts-- r I - s.uvel s,,(. n,,.. On .1 I'.ir. Insurance Company, Accniiiit-iTi-ori- hdu-larit- -s, rilii-.n- l solic-te- Umk, ..-- 1 he Directory ol this Hank is lompuicd ni I' priMiii.wi and Wehuvs-.ulo.did.ilioo- th n lapitl 111 La-- a good sio.k I'orestus Ridd. Lincoln louuty; J. W. Ilnydt-ii- , Stanfoid; S II. llaiiKbmaa, l.intfrin. t M.J. Miller, Ml. Vvraaa; Harris I.tiuola, S. T. J. S. Ilncker Stanford: tJ. A. Lacker, Linooln; T P. Ilill.Stanford. V G Walch, Stanford. W.M.Taie, Stanford OKFU'llKS: J llocker, Prnsidsiit, John J Mckoherta, Cashier. A. A- - McKniney, AsusUnt Cashier. -- J. faster, elhtaiiforil; We havi a lei.talc , .. Mur ihh niinir witn oirriootti w . in atleiidanc, and under the prim ip.,1,1,,, , 1",',,,"rd, Is III H '"'',..M .il.n have a Scniiuur lloiirlahllli: , -liea. Ur . 1h.1t school, Hiih Prof II r lllukeiiiiinatit. head We hast-onof li tn-- l'niii School .d,lur, r this swctioti of the Stale, with o,er 100 pui.tl, atumlante, and with other iin private s, hw,l. you . ' our school fanliics art- e client w 0 have enfant 'uir. h bnilnnnjs, tcprescn.ii...rijr ..riM.iiiiiuii.M', witn a nut corps ol ol has .cl.ss ta, m mil are doitv .1 belter minister lnine l 10 111c cuy. mil v.rtssoi lhivctrt.it to mako this s, itemenl as fm Uinitiiuv esaggvratioii or toloriiig. as ihoso Ik. know-wil- l dear no out. 11ml lb,..- - ..,1... "... ,. to buy pleas.1 Imiiics it lair pr. es and locate 11111. nif a Boo.1 peon c with all the best surroundings wou d do well to . all an J ,e dtfore pur hasiny; olsewliere , rnuditiou ..I Jiiki.ik.o that an tj - e - .in llll-l- y r PTrpr,W,p',v5,",, r i Semi-Welk- ly InteriorJouknal Maw ii Stankokii, Jvv 2.f, 1M)2 OANCINU. Jinny ICiiihtrrilut; I'nIU Op. ur SLIPPERY SPRING CHICKENS. In thr. A. S. PRICE, , 1 I Iilftlily.uiilffthcd nml p.inptct.., of th. paWeMif I iittetidoil wHb P WALTON. nnnt( r, mvi f.i:rjuiM! Up I'nntfiior iti thi .Sew orlc Kecoulur, i"wvci1lv when Uiu TOM'S CRIPPLED SISTER. "''MinojKM. to lm hHrnprmi with the " . wv- - i MfU vwpnmai . x. r.e Wl ((! f rm inrt ami pwrcH of IIU It.. me llmwi In Kllulirtli Street mill ,., nni'oini every Hie I'm-- . cut tut tin. I.iltli. :lrl. If you enrw City Hall park in tho Tbnduko of AsU, i;cpl.f?rr of Klnr A Journey to the Sun IliituU-u- , of Italy, U .iirVri'i- - from evening you will likely encounter little p and tlitnk h liniment what th Sk fie oil of n sewn ttirol.l" wlille Tom There'll a something. in his oico wallxing at u Ml jriwti at U..nn by as ho crie out to make you think of n n'iitiMir"A joiiriitylo thu sun"' Mine .I (Jhrilt, tVtremulous, quavering call if ..I the- Jleb uight hinl A t'Hiuioii ImII could hardly inlnl-i.t .JUijlon At u that attracts your attention over all the trip in 15 yearn, uoln-- hi the K'" Wnnc..' li.li I other sounds. Tom and 1 went into saw th rate with iiihuilva nrel;nou.n to tiim i. vinui o v of H frint. . . , .... pirtnenship hist fall nfter the first ... ,j n. i... i ...a.i ,.......... ..... ... ........ j ,il vt n 1t.rtllttnel,V win!. '" iirr lKr it... finn.vm .Uneititf freeze'up. I got theohoon and hat and -. ..f tb- ilhiRtruliou nfllinl iitithinkHhlc dixltum wu'i mt!hihie1vw.Ms tnnt ho suit ami ho wore them. It did him ' Jim! ii fif tlurc trniub left the curlh t I" Jmi il.wtt in u rt nif posi-th- o proud, and now and then nn envious ti,,M " "'' l r n to fellow newslxiy would have thumped "" entiio moment the Mm llower MMled c left him out of spite if hadn't kept mi eye ' for Aim run, hih! Iihi! it Irau led .it tin- ' J1.1- ' "T,1 we, l.,cr ob- - 011 him and bribed a policeman to do rntp ul a niilf it miiiute day nml mK'il ulnml l.tatraii--M.r f the Kline. h lice Hint time, it would (.till W nCvor.il At I'ci'iii neci.;.-nts..- r I wont down homo this character with him once Mud ileMitiiilion tilth h from it Tin have beon so of late at thu down in lili7JilKth street and found court lull Hi it n few Stinibs tifro f ire nt thf cmtoinnrnito would In be had a one armed father, who found JH'ior Williiim Muniuoni'il tho gcnrrals it hard to gel along, and a mother who it Iiiih fouml thnt wish-- . ;i,imu1,"',,,,,r 1Um' vurT ro"I1"Jn- - worked hard and kept hoping, and a sisAaln, iutd in- - ter Kato, ten years old. The girl met iiiohik tion Ih not nhMilulcly iukiiwiwou-- , hut hinKvA Uwm tl, (15ri.ct thonr with a fall years before, and was so ttiHtu vi ry niliiiiU tlmo HHHa a it, who hie not ublo to damre propt-rlcrippled that she had not been out of trAVclo nlonj; thu twrvt-Ht nbituin from ntti'inptinu: U do so ut Tin reform, if tho house for long yearn. It was awful poreon put ids finger to a iron, Lj iiuihtIuI I'ntortniiuiKiits. l'onncrly thu to realiz" of xvhat ahu was deprived and ' i J"nl? "Illci-r- used to bo put "through of the hitter jioverty still further to bo in HiehlHReofiicMiid'e, there i a and had endured, but ahe wns trying to lie bravo tUlMlllllOHt IlR'OllCrlVllllly HIIIHll e,ac of their paeeV bv their e to display a eertain prolleuMioy in and cheerful and make the best of fate. tunc, xhv tin one tlKMiMitiidlii put of a danees around Hie billiard table "Tom," I paid one day after that. "1 Hfcond, bt'fon the Iiiiiiu kmiuo of the they were ttlloived to dunce at want to buy Kato a Santa Clans present Nou, Mippo-t- - a tiian with nn court. I remember one occasion nt a xvlien Christmas comes. Yon burn keep quiet, arm long enough to reach the nin, court ball in ItoHin where a young sub- but find out what will pleaso her most miffor rroin llni known nil of t'a'ifit. r altern ineurred the('liurleH if the late and alio shall have it." by tripping ir.itiHiiiiivion, that man vinil'l have to iVinee l'refU'rlek suppose that little chap worked anil up Ids partner. The prince usiailod worried harder over that thing than live lucre tluiii 100 ytiirn idler ineyoiiu; onieer so iiiteriy mat mo t'ie preiit luminary b fore he houIiI lstto nuifer"r KriMlerick, then only oVor nnything else in his whole life. Hu enmo to mo time after timo with HUtr- r..11 u- crown pnnee. was obfignl to Intervene. gontiuns. One duv it would Im a Ixxik, !... tllHt inn lltieeih immi ,, . An it va. I'nnee ',mrlts would not let . , ..-m tlit vomit f.'ll.m nfT without u .sound illV lll.i n.lltl I1IU l.VAV ii !!!.'. llX-- ) III a pair of !ipper. hut when hi was ut The rhrUtuui populiilioii of the world lectiiro on how to n properly. giving up Ih ascertained to bt nbout RX).000,000 ,iewwwk IWorr the tnigedy ut the point aofbund glut, in doopuir wo liru.-- h nn and comb a tldtdiif tlw iubbitiitM MeyorHiig t'i frown eonMHiiittiiig in u ted pliinh lxit. oftheimrth. It In nn inten stint; f.ut had h ery ndy fall owing to the ''That's it that's the checker!" Minutand a Kuueheiie f u earnlry ofHeer with ed little Turn, as took him into a More that Hi mereae uill.in a '"" pcror ono day ami mado a selection. Iro'm only w,w,,n. half thin iiiihiImt ...s e dnmumnee of "m terribly nnnyo1, ul the late whu! but when KhIo gett Unit Cp)W ,.rin UwMvh sjK.ke bi mind he wouldn't trade places with thu rieh-e- t itv ttiNoMiiedKH wll by it benelleent i,i no fa. the eulprit. Urni girl in New York!" work by it tenMuiftble An Kur more polite v poUi Htn.vror I touk the Ikix to the ofllee and almost nmnkind iiien ()(('. in ft-- r.d intellii:'iue III. uhn at a Tal'erie ImiII u inlddli- nml we had gd oi!lvr ,u d hu. fair partner enma every day Hh- lad came up He wouldn't tliy tfjuchniifH of Jurt Chrirt miU U ev it out lok A ,'rtiri"1 Xn r)"f ervwhereneeeptedui.dlH..wii..mft.ertnd ? elated hml he known ex- - Imre Imh'M mor wrn mbled to fwt the moiv the nile of human conduct Ai.tended a Iimi hit help him. einjror j turning tlwt Imi wbh to get a i lifty dollar bill in nun to yeHrHgiitlipmnrwJuiiHtinii uf JnMiiit( tlp ,mlv rpmnriie.j: -- Miidnme. It in bis own sUM'kiiiK. expect he hud a I. oluti.,nifil the u'liveinmeiit ami the newwid tim' Hint I hare ikjou the hard time f it at homo to keep thu adopted a inoie popular form. At the colonel fall: the flrt time It was on the MicnM. but he managed to do it. .hud a week tiefre (1iristiiint little lint i'ImHoii for meiniH.i .f their punii-- ; b.iltlefleld-- Mugtit," Tom came up utair. one day jitut as nieiit It nan found thil vv.trid J.tutiee wan going home with an attacl; of the VALUE OF FARM ANIMALS. believeri in rhtistiauity had bfencluweit t;rip. inadi it up with him how ln bv populur !ill rage. 'I tux now lit sTtBry l!iiU' lcr(iiii'iil Soino wn to get til.. Ihix if I wan laid up. an thristiiiu JMiiife in the pnsent purlin and I was still AKriruiinrui i.tniuii.t. (, when thi' days houiiwl up. felt that tho little cripple The. n'oit of the department of agri nn Ml anil iimiiv ofhVi x of note are hel, b Japanese of the rhriMlNii faith. In culture uiHUi the titimlMM and value of would tint 1h diMiipiKiiutiHl after all. All! of night before ( Uriftmns lit, tliii Im .mtifiil country must hooii farm animals and n freight ratesthat thnt health were ui.elo glad inhow many transportation companies states little this great take rank among the enlihteiiHil cliris- - the estimated number of horn's 011 city! And how many thouindfl were v ti.in tiHlinti., ami when we consider how farms and ranches oil the 1st of Januin.ido hnppy on hiiMinns day by the it tuny be made to ut commercially ary was l.V4f.H0. This Is I'Nclushe of Kifts which public chanty bought and Jvnenr eoiihl ruction of the Nienr:LMi.i horses in cities. The estiniHlos of mules distributed. It was on Christians day that I went I'.innl, as well ah by rapid transit nerocs aggregate 2,311,011. The use of horses of ien bus lieen progressin pla-down into Kliwibeth street and climlied tho American continent, we may expect ing Jor years until few oxen are top of our people of U10 '20l century to b. now used for furri purposes, hunlicr-hi- g to theTom floor his a tenement to wish littlo folks a merry Christand come nearly as fmnilinr with Japanese or mining. The number of mas, and to teo if the crippled girl had w they me with Kur pan. cattl" on farms and ranches is esti- safely received her ami mated nt lO.'UO.a.M milch cowr. and omul gloom pieMiit. A I'oeii.Mt Misrvki: Coaithcrni other cattle. The aggregate and woe where I had looked for smiles ' be hotter st the eipiator." Is a numlK'r of sheep Is estimutcd at and sunshine Theie were tears and cent. sobs and lamentations in tho-e- - orerty an advance of aliout :t a c iiiimnu hot wisither expix'-sioin numbers nt stiiekeii r.Miui".. while everywhere eNe w.i of giving the id. a of iliMlSe Swine nre estimated to 4 jnir cent. in New Vork there wero shouts of an inercaM' of heat. jiy The wealth of the countrv In farm aniThat inn mistake thnt is ignorantly mals Is equal ton per enpltu valuation and exultation. Little Twin's mother led mo iutoult'd-risiMid. It "could Im hotter" in NVw of 10. or an Increase of a3 k per cent. In without a word. On the IhsI, Africa, 111 tw eh clears. York city than in cipudorial dressed for her collin, was tho crippled The average value per head for all girl dying quietly ami jKMcefully tilt' thf mt nor, and it often is. of nnluiuls is as fol- day before. On the stand lmsido her was The night in the torrid 7ouu frequent ages of ciu-; mules, T'..Vi: tho red phi-.l- i liox. which sho had never low s: Horses. if lire cold. Traveleis sleep, right over and other milch cows, Sil.40; om-ithe equator, under a qudt a'ld a pair ot cattle. Sl.VW: sheep. i .'; swine. $4.00. Udield. The had taken out tho comb i of "1'hn lueuto-- t The remoeal of the embargo on Amer- nml brush to arnuo her chestnut cutis, bianketH Hung In the Wotld" that durii g ican iork pr.wluets In most of the coun- and from thenceforth forever nothing housewill more sacred in hi, hottest mouth !n cential Adieu th" tries of KurotM. has resulted in an ad- hold be held the j;ift which that Providence than cent., and 10 tin rinouieter is never ng sjered a'mve vance In farm prices of should not lo given There iniiv the increased value per head alone has willedhunger and cold ami rags and sick-- I 'it dtgrei of coma to the farm wealth He given the reason ami with one who added hom: they ma su in the darkness for .1 single year. the country .... , known physical geography there is no i wunioi num. iney may ik ovicieu ior i.. i...... ,. i, .,... .. i oommereiu'l priees. On fehruary ti na- " V1?'1 "r aJ4'w ,ll.1'"i-"- nbout it- question T1 . The interior of eUtorial Africa in not Uhe she. pueie ,u.ted at s3.7:. t..S.'..:.o piii-- ii ihi win im neui usraciuti as uiu " lo I.1111I, not ii Mi'iiiiiing jungli. as is ' and westerns at w.M t.. S MU. In the Bnivo rm! When the night Miy during the "'" A coul.no. I v HiipiMiM.i. lie ant ris-The tmnks up with the gray snowclonds and been eien neater. you go In fiom the const, plat, an on phi ' ,,, across of animals for wintor pnMs hurry fll.M n,lipi. Ilf pri.s-r,0tH) f,,,-- t hjtmjlt,.r teau, until it is f'Otn :5,() to ,Vrte(l in Vugiist and tho park. I hear linn calling and calling, Wls Ins above tin se.i lew! and o fill know that Si.pt?mlier astoeattle and hugs, though ' and know that there, are tears -. as hig blue w Hi every .!0d feet of indent the thor- - the status of sheep has since advanced. Jus oiee goori out into Vork World. of the d.riviiehn.-Ne- w The proportion of the eottaui-erouioiiieti r falln n deisree. j tllioilghoiil the 1KM A l.nrKe Tun.v. The growth of states show mi genenil awruge of .sn.It HwiUIMlN, Iuu.ikio worth of Mocks A sale ot The reports of the Kussiaii , in buildings and trai- - icr cent. Il.irrlman, Tciin. was recently made and tho nioi.ey paid Ik has been .stead ' and permanent and crops conth.u, to be ,smtradietory and with as little ado as an ordiuaiy he lst cablegram unvutisfaetorv. for the mm .miik irim 01if- Mntt U((t lwarXy al, ,an would makeover a ten dollar trans. nessaud maiiufiu luring puipo.cn, M,ii.rii Kussla is Mitlering from a action. Two men weio in ono of our puitieH from a distance desiring to locati , blight of Idnck frost, hi tin' Caucasus ' leading banks discussing stocks, when 0110 of them said ho would sell certain hns induced the iiiiuingeiiietit to an- - n nettcr prospect picvniK. No important changes in the rates of securities if lie got his price. "What nounee nnothur land sale to take plum were will i.i take.'" was pruiuptly asked on April I'llh ami Itli. IM-- '. The freight uhii agncultur. : con,-- , "Two n.illu.ii four nuud.od thousand route quotes one fa.o' sported bv any ..f tl.e Umilt line .JueeuMWont from all Us teiminal f.. the round-trn- . lh (,11(M. n.hlPltv, DewmlM.rl.lMU. prompt "1 will take thorn." and coolly points and has requested nil cornice- rruusiitluntic ril,.s generally are eon- - reaching for a small piece of plain, white lions to u ime same rate tor 1111s sun. bidcrahly lower than they were De- - paper, the pun haser wroto out a clus-s. 4 lint vour ticket, read via ljuueu A. cember 1. I'rom New York to I. her- - for "" 'ho I'ouith Nation, il Uank of New Yoik. The check was nnImmiI the decrease is from in per cent. Iloute. descent be Qui en .V Crescent Wouto will sell llism some articles 10 nearly .10 per nieillatelV ileposlleil ami pain llie lie.xi cent, on otheri. morning through thu clearing housekets it reduced ratis oil account ol I'liiladelphia Kecord. the Confederate Veterans' Keunioii on Shr lteruinr April Mb, at Now Oileans. For rati.s Three years ago a young lady of Kail Women (nplnie .1 W Men I. i Ulvcr, Maw-.- , was hit upon the left side A higlilv exciting wildcat chase took '4 ami inner iniunn uinii nui mi of her head bv a falling sign as sho was place at Will's Cove, about thieo miles n'ciit at you station or write I. li. This southwest of Livingston, Wednesday xMilkinv along a street in Uineu.-init- i. A, 0. Houtc, ti l' was followed by brain fever. After The cat, which was of gigantic pttqtor-lionsoinexvcehs she was as well in mind o'clock in the was seen about and body as ever, but from a right-morning by Mis. Gabriel Johnson and niiiclt l.lluU.(, l)(.n,,m she had A.Svik Mv.s 1.1 Im si.-l- liis so two daughters, and they immediatef be con.eded by the eneihies liumli-that she eouhl neither cut, sow herset three largo grej hounds 011 it. Tin (.leveland and nck:iowledeil ,u)r write with her right hand, but ly I'lesideiit animal tan for some distance, but was with pridvhy liM friends: Hu did not found it easy to do all these things finally treed bv the dogs, and one of the left- - Her right hand was just desire to be president and does not now, with her ... about iis useful as her left had been ladies summoned up the courage to got if the cond.t.on ot Ins I,.,,,., eeaed N a double baneled gun and lire at the monster. Her bravery was repaid by that ollice m that the vo eis of theconn- - iimllf,t, , UmU u ul hU , nt ., vum try shali be misinformed or uninformed m tm, WCl nt jl0r mis. s.he never tho sight of the animal falling dead in legard to Ids views upon any linpor- - j makes an awkward motion, and is as from tho t we at the v lirst report of the ladles are cry proud taut public topic Much a man is nlwajH graceful hi the use of her left hand as gun. ThoRichmond Dispatch. of their success. 11 sue naq ne.-uorn to trust. Dniiuitin 'url lliillitiiiiM rtf llnritfit. i IIoit to I'rnilnre tin' (....ill 1J. (Mil - llr.t i 1 On.-- in ItW W tlM. H'NirH Vfrtj. fty v -- tin-rop- i- duf i S1.X. PA RKS fitj-,41- -, - im-jiIk- n - - 11 ; -r n- - rN ''" j .... i - .... . m-.- U-al- h '" - j - "?v ea"l , 1 r.st froi-m-ii- 1 - . , M , otH.-cr- s . . s hiti-j;lbo-fo- re 1 J torn-hint- ! n .i - I . - . d-- de-cid- el Prtneest-Stephani- e I 4.,.,,.. I.- -h reiu-hiH- l "n?f- '.b'-miuiii- h iK-anr- d dH-tnn- ' - , mnr fr uii-th- ! j f I 1 lo-r- 1 .lr 1 (mut-e- d 1 (. e liinch-talked-- mneh-looked-- 1 I n: cnu-IIIO- II in-- r h $tt-".0- i J-- Tin-auiho- t 111 I n '"'" '' s ; Alw.r 1 111 I j .- i p cotton-growin- g -.. j 11.. 1 1 .. J , 1 oir : , - - I , 1 1 I iu-hi-- A,. l'w-toti- . s, ! M m v wtvshows a deire to t af..r the tirt of Match, and e..ntii.'ic todo no until ho I 1,'l.J. r'.; delightful Story of liiis provided a hhtral anpply of cJiicks Jcjr t ' m th BALTIC to thoj for family s lwidrs allowing herw-;A.JLH. Pirirayed in 38 Chaptr. aSpcl"9 lor rAINFUt PROFUSE. the prime (t of seWting a milHci.r.t .and t: Qr,jhic Illustrations, by yJNTfw'PPPO-sEad IRREGUIAR number of hnu Isome pullets io take lie . o i r.t MENSTRUATION. pluci' o siiifratniiiitei old hmw 'in the Lifianes Augustus i'f s "XAnMAM" mitl.il r.m 5 fall t UKAUHELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ca. Stoddard. . By adop'ing thia plan aho will Bold ij all IlrUKgUta. ot her ehickn cotuv off in April Qii'i May. the most fiiiinlde tity (ur 'tin m and the work of faking caruof thm wi!i ei d'nieiiiHl oVr with, if hk-'oil' of t( '',ree ntrtt popular jr.ii.ru THE NEW purtwv P1"tnothRocki.Vv .in H nelAiwtbe young cock n dotu r Bound in Rich Cloth, theeailv i,atfi Will bo larg enou.'t Decorated with Cold Carlos.-- 'r y " to U gili '.:!i m tinnB for the table bv iu tFREE to Every New Subscriber to ' firt of .In wnil the pullets h.n' t iL. t iKgin to la. in tbw ML of if they j ine tain n s.du of lAghoru. during in1 NEW YORK OBSERVER, snimiior 'the foremost Family Religious Nevs-- J Cvry jMinltry kcwr knows that J paper. , INTERNATIONAL he cm get hia pnlteta U innfr JOne book and one new subscriber,; ami U'gni laving, the greater profit will S3, 00. there lie in his work. In faet. unl s DICTIONARY Two books and two new subscribers, one iloew gets .i,.. j ull'jtj to laying w II $5,00? by Septetnbei d not mj bow it is t ' . spi:cnii:x coi'ir.s riu:i:. to keep a year round ttiag' !..' NEVv' YORK OBSERVER, for eggij. tor after tl.o luonlttug s. - m nntl Itsttfrom C.ucr toCoyr. FUltY ABREAST 0FTHETIMES. sets in adult hens tav vur few ; 37 and 33 Park Row, A tRAND INVESTMENT and often none at all hu v,.verl mouths ' NEW YORK. i lor every Fmlly anil School. Taking those lacts into consi ler.iiion. Tim Authentic Webiter'Unabrl;pil all keepers of fowls, whether mi a L.rge Dictionary, eoniprlitliic iRniieitof 1M04, or small scale, will s(.t. ut out e the ad . (allntlll copyriKlitrtl) ha 70, and ljrt-1tliorouRlily reTlitrtl and nularcrtl, vantage nf feeding ouug chicks liber mipervliilon of Nnali I'ortrr, nnilrrthe ONLY FOR A ally from th start. Keep them growI). II. ,1.1.. I)..tifVaIn L'nherxltT, nml nn h UlittiiiRuUliIiii; title, hrari tho iianu. ing straight along with no stopping long DECKER BROTHERS WEBSTER'S enough to get suk A healthy, inbust International Dictionary. over chick will trrow off a duscjise which a Tlio vrurk uf ictUInri ut PEAi'-JtnnenrK, 11)1110 t linn a hunilretl rtllto-rln- l feeble, half starved little one will suclulmrer bclnc rniplnetl,imtl our AND A YEAR'S SUBSCRIPTION cumb to without a struggle. Keep good, 8.100,000 etprridcd hefuro tho first TO THE copy wn prtntetl. wholesome, nch food within icach of SOLD DY ALL DOOKSCLLCRS. thuiti until two xvceks old. then feed I'atnililf t K ut fnr y (lit ul.l thrice daily until si.x woaIki of age. after Caution U notii..t 1:1 punlrn'mc a li- rwhich a Id. nil meal morning and night tlonrj,ap!intif;r ili rcrmM i.n b"10 nnu comparHiiveiv toniii " . union or is MiUicient, compelling them to go oil W'fbMer nre inaikit. d einli r nniiA Decker Hro. Grand Upright Piano, between whiles and forage. ii."0 Ob names and oflt-- l j inlr" n . ntatiuii. Scarcely any two poplo believe in A Gladiator Watch and Case . :5i)iK CCTTHE DCST, Tlislnternatioiul.ulii'li lai imprint if feeding fowls alike, but the following A IMiiaire 2 Nine Picld fllass. . 20 III! o. a- c. Mi;ici:i..xr & co.. imiIiimipm, is tho most successful method have A Holman I'arallol Ilitle. . . SprlnKn.-lil- . . 1.11m Mass.. t". S. I. tried: for the first two weeks givo stale A enice Parlor Clock . 12.110 cadi ol flour bread and bread, A Ilitjh Grade Safety Hicycle. . 125 00 cortuuoMl. egg bread preferred. Soften Detirable I'arm of no Elgin . 2; 00 this tu hot. sweet milk and season with KENT. r.l w II Cruli Onlurd AnIiaydockWatch and Boss Case .V.teon Kiro Coil Sprins: . p kl 4 flll II tl SI bitu ot meat chopped fine or thipping. Miller onri n,. I70! Ilauily Top llnsjgy f adding a flavoring of ml jiepper in cool A Kailway Watch in Karat Case . 7.1.00 or rainy weather. For the next lour -- A Life Scholarship in ) utters' POSTED. xveeks prciNire hnlf their dully ration as ' ,,3M Comniprcial College f may at tiibt. while the other half I li .tic- forrwarn. h inter", ami 200.00 pf whole sound wheat and cracked lhrr hat ttrisp4t 01 our l.imls fih nuei por A Six Oetave Champion Organ uithmt 30.(10 Mil nvli will l.e ptcct nut to ihtr fnll A Double liarrel Shot Gun ImiiIii! till soft. After this it in mitaHm, com l .if Siirneil A Silvereno Case 7 jewel Watch. . . 10.00 better that one half their lood shall con- en exit 'HI the .M SI'OO'AMO'KL C. I V IIRlTK A High Ann Iniprov eil Sew ing )lachine,.").U0 JS sist of tnall dty gram, and tho remainTHOMAS C. UA I.I. ."j.HO der of either or both kinds f tho soft A 13 jewel Watch, Doss Case bTKKI.KIIAII.VV Uetnemlier to give all cooked foods A. IKI.AM) A Five Octave Parlor Ortfan 15000 II. W (tAIXI s their food rather stiff, ami let none re.'M.flo A Gladiator Watch. Dueber C.w. . IAMFSOIVI VS main tu our or ferment. S PHILLIPS. Case. 40 INI A John C. lltifher Watch Some feed dry gram after two xvceks, And W other valuable ptemiu nit will or. indeed, earlier than that, but there (if is always danger that a gieedy little A Specialist with a State Repu- - be j)rescntod to yearly llbtbcr.s the Weekly Enquirer in April, 1WJ2. cluck may e it more than he can mantatun for Curing Obscure Enclose one dollar for u year's subage, and then it will sxvcll in his crop Chronic Diseases. scription to the Weekly Enquirer, and ami kill him Scalding tho gram over night is to some extent a prevention. Keep some sort of grit near the coop jiovvdcted eggshells xvill do for what will be the number of'Mibseribera the little ones. Supply green food until in the live largest lists received from thev ,are old enough to gather it for Nov. 1, '01, to March 311)2. themselves, and it imssiblo givo swett For Paine term last winter it was day in cool weather ami milk once 29!)!), and the winter before wn? twice in warm, allowing it to remain The premiums are to be presented only long enough for them to drink, as to thuse whose giiccs are correct or much liquid is unwholesome for vcrv For full list see nearest correct. young chicks Weekly Enquirer, now the largest 12 Parasite are the most troublesome of page dollar a year paper in the United and so insidiall the little chick States. ous are they in their approach that xw must U' very watchful to circumvent ENQUIRER COMPANY, them Cleanliness is the lrest piecati-tioCINCINNATI, O. and when litst putting out a brood dust the hen ami chicks with insect ikjvv-dAGENTS WANTED. If this cannot be h:ul, rub their thigh, breast and head with a hit of IiockI Solicitors make frr in $'2.00 to $$.00 lard. Anointing the chicks 111 the sumo a day during Winter N.'iion. Only tlioco way when one or two weeks old is also willing to work, J.ulies or Keiitleaien, neeil advised, ami if a tiny bit of lard lie apapply. ENQUIRER COMPANY. Cincinnati, 0. plied uiu! the work bo dono at evening 111 clear, mild weather there is no danger No matter how loudly tile chicks and J. APPLEMAN M. D., their mother piotest. keep them 111 their W.- -" "xnjiu'iM!! VirTrTiTrill ciops out of the rain, tlie dew and the THF. CI LFIIRATEI) cold, damp weather, for from whatever causes gajK's accrue, xvo know that it seldom troubles chicks that are kept dry, xvaiin anil comfortable. To insure this, AILE6 WliEi find it best to place tho coops of my Forinct role K i f 'i f Mali me, early chicks under a long ahod. which is 1 SVAAVr TW3Krafci7 oihhi on one sale to admit tho sunshine. Electrical Medical College, Hole then ceding coops are also placed. 1' M) Ml l so 111 bad weather tho littlo fellows are tiummmt IfflmESt&WS N"u l.xan iiiinj: l'lni.. lau of the content with a nice dry run mid their mother clucking in tho coop near by, I'wrrtv it ilethc S ioriet ti Southern Medical Institute, calling them in now and then to ucstlo I.OVISMLI.K, KV. for warmth among her soft feathers. Such a shed as this mine is S by 10 Tues- St. l.oni. Michijali IVants, Chir igu. feet, with an overhanging roof and iSiill.ilo, I, lt'lto lnilmnajiolik Cleveland,W'et, Hour may bo built at very littlo 29, earthen and the Ne a FiiI md, Canada, expense, and alter the season for young Kr.m a. m t" p iliv ,nl. , returiiitir every (iiur uccU (Juting tlieyear clucks is over it forms an excellent dusting place and resting place, too, for the k,r lr Aiplcminu N.v In if If llelene ilir I. llaltunrre, I'hiUdelphia, '."whlnKliin, Meili..il Colli-rr t mil rest of the Hock. 11. C. Dudley in AmerOniCKest tm e irr "KlmrB Frtiikfort, Ky. , i, at M.'iIk il College, I'moMo, c i.i.i Shnrt'M xnd IKI.IM kichmonU. ican Cultivator made spnjl tuil nt tint c e.w lu ik i. .1 in .Jni sit line io tin- rileJt Hi lle in- anil Onrit) li ntil lr n cr.il je r nml rtucnWr in 'iijhooihi; l.ltK SllltL rillllts. ami Chronic He Jcm.Ui .til Now begins the lien settini; ami hatch-inj- ; In time t th. triMlinrnl n' iirom jii.I iirtvnn. ' nf i.i h s.xi ,i il hi kLiII tn ipett ,n season. In tho southern portion of .live SOI ll VI si IIU t I) TRAINS thro' with lllli. llx.sf t rli tt.illi-lJ iiatui out change via Chatt.ui.o,-- ., Birmingham, Merii'-- I this bif i'uuntry it is Nile to se.t tho hens cctslully, anil t's ian nuikinj: ihrecl trmnetiions en route for Kno A littlo farther north, nay m January points m the ville, Aheville, on a line through ontlieru to central Cures Ohio, it may begin thu liiiilille of FebrumiI anil Chromi C'atiirrli. Isliuiiic m an. ary Still farther north, on a lino with ir..tuiv., l.i.,.o , f yei .;.ir, N'ose. iliruat, Kioney, Urinirx anil ItlaJiler troul.lcs At CluttanooKa for Atlanta, Columlius, Wilnune the lakes, the lirst to tho inhldlo of I.ini.s M.uon, Savannah, HrulM's DuhetK, C'outi- - ton, Charleston, Augusta, Tho chicks l iuh Kliciiiii.uiMii aud.l'araljMv, Kpilesi or nrmvtit.k, Lake City, rhoma.ville and KI.OU1 .Mai i'b is a good ttino. l"il DA jKjuits. iitiri ctircl. slumld voine out Jtist in tiiiio to uca)o The only line running sohd etihul.'d train with miii or nuil.lle ajjei! men suirrrini: fr.m .spr- Cars to St. Doing froon to death. Those thus hatch in ititrrn. i, li.j. iikn, KniMtiunt, the reu!is of i'ullman Honiloir or Palace . sliniiM tali hcior." 4l n too late AiiKiiUinc without change lor any clasn of r rrrnrs lug do the K'st. w'r k rime a ii"- t ho ha nut cone loo fr Selma mid MontKomery, HtinMvtlle, Decatur .ill eruption-s uf ihc f e The statu U,ird of live block v'i" ' ' Floretire, Memplnand AltKANSAS points. permanently reinnved Mohas scut out a bulletin to tho efSlioito.t and quii.k.t to Antuston, bile. Pncct coimei lions made at NKW fect that 'lumpy jaw" in eattlo is a omnibus tr.iusler for Ualvestoa vvitliiitt u-- tnu- it the iC for the housewife to M.t In 1 a v . rv j.'d hf-- pUn a ' . - rt flrfistrii.it ti.en tm ' . -- that " rt In i,i"t tr.e' im' prof- m EncwwWe or hrc-f- t f t 1. ndviie. SURGEON DENTIST. tnm meet, over W. II. McKoaert rrti Store, Stanford. i 1 f Bradfield's Female Rsguiafor vx i i. Im- - ; , bi-i-- ds WEBSTER 1 vs y .1- - WEBSTER'S I I I -- . I 1 1 ox. ' ..... O 1 QRAftlD I ! WEE KLY ENOU IHER I -' 11 c - 1 one-ha- lf , FOR , I 1 1 con-m- at i - .... 1 VI 1 . . GUESS 1 n. er .4 S. HFlHsCRF iSR m "'I in !' English Specialist, 94 I N 1 I J l, 'StoZw&&miss3S&J e4zLy&Aymm&'M. mmmmsm mid ', a 1. Will be at Stanford, day, niareli . 1 ')! '11 New York, ti-- lloston, .1 1 c Ilo-rut-- al , .11 , ' .1 - - lli-cas- .. :isjkw idjRJLeans," I ' n Permanently Lynchl-urtan- Iet . i, ' Slvi-pin- - eoiuiiiis-siouer.- I , . dan-treroiis- ly i left-mu- st , . As S. roi ther declined by the Uanl that animals u.irel .phi!i, failing a. sin, ri, I.' it never nlllieted with 'lumpy j.iw aro unlit for leaLs il uniiien.si.tU us I.i u hm' ,h Mtiistruili ment tiHl, U'caiiM tho iliM'js. poiMiii is apt to ilov. n pai' min Ompl it lie... in rtiinl ,. irni i. lie found in any part of tho animal.' Self t t . in.tr'ii 'lliell liii.iiri.il . Ian. .lilt ...II . Tr I.IL. 1IIIHI4 II. I. M ..1. .111 preservation may induco butcliuts to il . 'I - i j medic ! such eattlo. oven if honesty would but ire lit n r , i,., n rj'ile il i i 1. i I V coil iKiutis disease-- It is fur Hlood and Skin Diseases.' k I M'.ii.t'iti, Au-ti- n, TEXAS, MEXICO ACD CALiFOnNIA. I J it-t- s-t (' i r I . ..n.l V. 1'he only thrnuuh line to jait.-oi- i Miks. , ihreepott Ut., uiuVlnu 'Itreit n-cctious without nmuiluis Uatisler I r t il'as V' rl W orth, I Aljk Atisiiu san nniouii, r.i ran an.i fHuuiii ' j- x. i , ' i i . not. hull.lr.il HiVf n tip to 'I c. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO, CALIFORNIA. nd lu For through rates rnrre. I cm nt p ! information call on Agent at Juiwti n I uv, Ky. J S I.HI II. or address Tmv. las. At., Hn:tioii City.Ky U. G. EDWAKOS. D. MILLER, O I V T A , Trallie Vugr., Cinclr.nati. fwi n jen-inuKie- o For some, reason tho breeding and rearing of mules does not inurCiso nnd prosper in tho uorthwimt. Is it true, as thoy nstsl to nay in tho south, that tho negro and the mulo flourish together? CONSULTATION FREE Ami Cutitnlfiiti.il. Jn J. i S. Adilriii Al'I'IKMAN, "1-t'-t- M. D , l I.ouiiville, Ky. t ; --V ., ( Jib. ' L i ii. i iri. Semi-Week- e N? r r or breeding lb" mure el.ewheie renders B. S. POWELL. tliie. n the .jeii-o- a well three ired by other stallion. Hi Jam i loranaiij 101. ami n oihrr in a to and belter r ita n, il'u - i '.. flialla bred daughter of l.ancewood .1 oii of Ilainblcto , irc of o ill ', lut ami dura Maud S '..m, , ja t jf fot hot-- e mule mtJ JS lor mare iiiule ail dam l.)r-t- e rvutwooj son; dam Vounjf oltaire2 2o;4by Tattler tiian. . fiifi a ikin; i,', . .Maml-riIBS I with 7 In lit! and . oiher in the li.t 1 In i n of iS,i at my table in call Mambrino Chief it; ad Jam bv Upebuck' Will make the Create.! brool marr re that ever lived the ue of llronn Jim in alo the lre of Volnev, Stanford at at thevirvlu B P. WOODS, (ec. ,t.-lily a br. J.nn Xellie bv Alden Ooldmith, who made 'ltd n j lo ay hieh I'tuei hut w nt .iifiml tu intthe demand ul a larsc clavtil brreder. whnaic lrv Tattler, Voltaire' .1 rcaird in tSjoot 2 )' Stanford, K . Season or $15 to Chief .Mambrino Clark h oil Id not only tire $10 uood bluod With the Itrrat I'llit, Ir by I'ilot.Jr., Jam Telltale hy Ttllamon, on of well SUo tu Invuie a mare with toal irultctt, but pn.luci . 31, Rumor . .0, Call in and Alcdoc, Mred Indiaiiapoli 2 15. N II Note required at lime ot vtriuc. Invalid tbould luarenul prove in lal Mare, kept at tea Yotiii.Iiiuk-oi- i, he hy Stonewttll Slander a S'j and 'oltlre a , and his vni lent pedigree. see a.liio- individual with :inccrl 2:15. Hy utiMe fnrai.videiii tonnblti rate, but not , atid Karnnr, .laelc-oi- i, Jr. -t ilain by l)iek .Morgan; Abbott, Indi.inapiilis, f pertnrmer Tuttler, i Jr I'ilot, li D. M. BOWMAN, JR., BurKln, Ky I. M BRUCE. VoUiireare all ure ','tl flam bv Jr.; ? tlnrn Itelle Jr ij, irc of Tattler, Uwell I nownina neins one StantorJ, K 6 I of the . sue." hio Iw Chief. Jr. fin- - tine stal of the r . liril . iiiare . ire . . . ". 1 10 I tiald 1H7. StaudarJ anJ Reji.tered C of lfl: III OUT "au- - hterx pn nluiini; Mauds ""S'i, J lion will make the A ' ii ire the S. ( ). I':uii;hiiiiiii place, o ' aim mM 01 mini.570, 001c 01 iirnu j 1111 uaui, i -- IKKD IIV MAMIIKINO STARTLI Lexington mei milcf from iMiiville on the 111 tv l.tinea1" bv KentuclvClay 104; d.im I ady Wartield by Kl Mlllr. )fambrinr Chief 11 standard Sireof Maiubnn.t Maid Ul i?'.': Coltinwood ( ' ter iike pike. Thi- - tine addle ttallion will make the eaon of a aii, Confine li ' Veier lk J ' , Mambrinn Chont.ter fire of dam of I'rovcltn 3 hind, hmh, at our stable one mile vvet of McCorinaLkn Don VcJro ()) j i7 on haif mile track, liivt.uu I, IKlJ .a .tallicn, bac p mt a 18, Vc by Mambrino Chief, d;im by Chonter. church. cf Hell Hliti-' 2i)(. rirvlJain by Lyle Wilke tualrd Mttllion: foaled in !al; h:in Wilk Chie 2 K Konanl i a Living Colt. $15 to Colt1 .jo, Danville Wilke ;o. Lulu Wtlkc, trial 17 SIHKDI'.V I'LrOSkV liitsh. a 2 lual At $10 ))(, Mattie I ted Fox l!l"i - 11 line iiitlivitluid ttiitl a jrnuf liar-Sirod 011 haifmilf track, b ltiorK' Wilke., 113. ' public llwu (Juy Wilkewij',. 1 til weanm time; colt standing good until ua.ou ry Wilke 2 Sire of Kniiituska iv Marr lou "DENMARK. hore with n pediiee. Sire of L'MO. I'IihIIm. J 1.1, So So 17',. J H Rich:irJou 1 i7J. Itarou j trial j 11, Nellie OWeil 2 wt;. Jit money I paid; mare parted with forfeit liirceior 17 t ml 'S others in i i) T L.&J.S.BAUGHMAN, a la, ivusa iviikc. Stallion iv like money inuii iv 1, and fxj oiIiiy. iVtnvillf, 'loin Uogrr a Description and I'edigiec: Me i .1 dark bay, ' Joe llurker Jane, dam of Maud Mesteiicrr list, nml Kiiind ire of Hired 'J:0t5. N'aui t Hay hore, ij hand high, three white leet, ist to ' .0 III on have Biro! j8 Irom 2 I6J4- Jas lih'a 17, by Ornlle Iheete 341, Mle o! lliniks MK. Ucklmrt '.' very heavy mane and tail, same. Irom Merit 2 iy, hands luxli, . nml I t in.iiii' .inJ tail line ityle and .icion. th upheadcJ anJ tarrlehimelf very gracefully and .i.'ln 10 and daughter are the Jnm ol yjfrom, l'e.irl Medium 311 and dam MauJMe.eii),'ei 16V SIRKD ItY IVOOIJFORI) DENMAHK tbf.'ltillisi Dkt.moi: by lltimbbtoii ork.hl'f and Pearl in fact hi rider ay hi tand withoui a peer in 2 i', tu 1 u Sr onu dam by Helm ad dam Kill) Kivert, iIihiiI 21 by Klny William, . i dam. iait ilrc of Llcctiimcer, (i'eort'e 'llkt ire of 2 17, by Alevander's Abdallji iv, slrv Siinipter Central Kentucky to Jay a a saddler. Nolwith- - li) Imp. Vorkvhtre, CI0111I the Jam of Ahlai.J llertie ( . .by liojdaij' Jam 17K. Illne Cloud 17, nl (loldnnllh Maul M. Almoin and Uelnioiit, sire HcMer. etc i ibiin Cbim, iibun of tatidine hi beiiiB handled only three week. Chiel. ire of lllaik Denmark, ,? Jnm a thoruughbreJ Dfxin Mambrino Startle full bro- - ; of Nulwoed 2 w tio in whenhf went lame and wa turned out, he Mould Athlantl Kate j i turn sired Manetle, nnd loriii .1 a t Mnud Kvc ,,.(. defy all compatition ther to Maiolleu 15 and Mis Majolica (told lor Jam of Anon is,, old 2 ', and sold fur Jii,,-0.H- 1 -- 17,. Abiin SSeconil tear a Living Colt. (,f ih,. dunis ,, $15 to lie vtat kircil by Second Jewel, the lainoiu prc- - Jli.ooo liy Martle iju. tnal ! (mii lor )?o,ooii laiktt. sire of the Jam of Aitierietiii Slur It id Jam by and Nutwood. Hy Fine on l.'IOtilin 'J .".( iiiinm hnr.e. he bv .Cuniiinzham . ,.tlewel. heb) I also have Mrt Jam Jeie ,.Kirk, duni ul Muiolica, leiiol Kentu. ky Wilke 2 und the d dam ot Red (iiiy.':!.', liobeit .Mc(irei.r ', 171. tit .. . ". . ...- - . . i j. .i ). , Nl dam Ilbdoe, by Old I'ilot, -- ire of m., . il and is, .vn- - .mhjoih i inui i, i.iurias Washington Wenmark. in uam i.iuic, urm u of Ralph Wilke-.- j oar-od'lin Mice ..by Almoin .':., iccotd l';!!l, .., .md dam of above. b t lurk Wilke. ire ( i; Stonewall Jai lnn. another premium hore, he by Wevtihe-le- r I'ilot,r Jr. (1- - in tlie'JJK) li-- . .Mambrino old for $io,y alto tire ol ,J dam of Mambrino .......... . .....! ..a 1... by Ahdiillidi .'i .. and the dam of eleven ' Maul l v IlM II . , Waihincton Denmark, he by lllai k Denmark, etc. Chief 8y, lte ol i in or I erntky V . intr. jiw. me Tw..f which are note.l a leb.tofjennet jack. d d.im bv liletiroe.he bv linn, (fleiicoe, anil o Irom . 1'. to a i i iioi, .u., ..uiie-unteiani ll- a- Sernnd dam llkl l.aily. 'V "' record a ni tint ioliliiuilll .Maiil J j nnd ire f Harry Wilke s ij' priHltlcmg iltllll.-- . I. ll lie Mi beatl of the -l utiJ will erve jennets ati.s fur a jack: colt anil Ti5 on id Jam by Tom Hal, out ol a Copperbottom. Charle Fricl-ii',- , .j',,1iv Ca"l WJk - IS'. Wlllw-- L, Red Wilke, AC. 1st Itidinont, cite uf Nut Hrrie-"o- il of Walker, site ol the dam ol Harry Wifkc I 00k for a moment and observe the no-ve- n bv lor.i jennet colt Will alvo serve mare Jio to justly ' ,! dam banuy. Hani Ul Nellie O'Neil 'aj., ririiic VelV t a by I'llm, iro r.. will ee iwo area tie and live other. cmi hursv, M.iiu. i . hy Irstn .... i... n .. ., ." II. ...... f,,.r.l iiiu.i. !ii. niMireJack,uvinzcan be jI'jtinJoilier the country unt thisthe be- -t and ou of saddle that he thehacked up of Lttie Jones I bird damdun hy drown I'ilot Jackson 2 m',, Jiii larlmii anJ bv mule A 1'oiirtli l.iml at totk In in brino Chief II. nut or i fir.nil. Caiinulcloely 1elale.1l tn Jteiniii a 101 ireu.i-- i , -- not. Hi baud- - hitdi; will '..rvu mare- - at t tilt it white Tilth dam bv Cadi I Lyle Wilkes bj will lie tuffc lent and a liberal patronlook at him w rc nl w'j. alto k'raiidsirr of (ItiiiKlitei of I'ilot, .Ir WilVrs i i. dam bv Ann ru an CUj, in of cihontn. a at age very kindiy olicited. ha? a Miiiiibriiiu bead, with larpe J ''am I'olly bv (.'ndtMiu, ton ol Living Colt. $10 to (sire of thcduiuiif Stmnl fllare kept an ' way on lihei.il trrniN, but not three In ,o uiid the damt of j fu 3 in Second Aiueiican Lclipie, ureul Calio, sire id the dam of botweeii the eye-- : broad between liroad d.im by Mambrino Chief, sue of 6 in 2 ,11. 'third roiionvlhle fu aicideiit. should any occur S. .(t-J- i and Mninbriuo I'amheu, ire 7 Mitiont s,ri. wind-pipe- , ' well cut Jii stable two mile- - south of lluttonville on th the miller jaw ami 2 ue ol JauiMrs Caudle, Jui ot Kric-o- u isl,, William I., slrn J in the 'J.IIH li- -i .M LAKTKIt. JH of the Jann ol liny Wilkea and Cartenter'. Station pike letlKtll of ueok, Mr.-latiJ Itellfitiitid-- 1 in wi. surtle on, br H.imiiletoiiiau 10, sire 14 ol A vtell 1 if, '. ,d dam liy llruwir the ilinal lillrtl. liy Normiin J.i,ire of Lnl t in a iu and d ims of "' I list dam by Anitiutii er, tire of the id dam (J Ittdmunt ( and the d with bioatl. full anil deep chest, short on and lh Jams of (.. Se Star u. ireof t in .My tiuccn L"'l iIut (if Wilke Hoy t ai'i, irc of Conttantnitf btottil, full ami jiovvti fttl loin bael., with ond Jam bv llhics llird , for i7,oi l public auitioti. 1 of the ihiitis (if Noitiil I StanJaid Rule '. oiid barrel well nlilcil up; full mane li IttMlKR I H sou is a beautiful bay, in1, ol the fier J'lBtth' with -- :17i. I'nnny Kobinon Sired by ltieti white, WiUc f to remind breodirs ' e'Ol'i hand hiirh. star snip and let hind KeUtcreiI i.. trial j 311; full brother toj mid tail, nnoolli over the ltij- -, kooiI, full h'y "!J ' imllv ilhc ;' ,et Kene dam Tom Stamp-'2:'J). Nurituiii .Meditiui rangy and lamniaudiiia; in appuarance, 100 1, llat lur iliHiuoat. toiiimaird the lilghttt ,tud IC3 and cletin Kin: reiord j in, out of IChance by Kcd Wilke,' By Second Jewel 48. ell stiple. well out, with Or nam of ttone, well inixcled ami one otitic grandeM hoiaes Jr'-'173. Mo,- -, etc. i. by hreetl on. Saleufsumi t like at lojlowt- ilfm I).nn by old Stonewall Jackson llat limb-- , good bone, short between knee id Jam Chubb bv Pourboii Chief -: id Jam a man ever oroie !ih without boot or w,nli: iioj.c oo, Lurr p Joo.ooo, Acolyte ( 0.000, 1'nncM Horse (i: diuiiSiliKiiiii Chubb, h) St. Lawrence Kieuil Ma, hv llelmoiit -- himing iiHrterk in 11) wax driven about three Wilket (.cldinj Tin fancy saddle ttallion will ma' e Hie .eiton hi iiotted anil itnlde. hock well let down, Sp.mio, Cuiittanline iar.uoo, IllauJiiia (Jam by Mr. Joe llryun. who ay all he Kiiik ftene lutiie. by .Mii(num Mo weekla.t great power for aHvtl and endurance. t.i; 1st Jam etc by Mainl.nn.iof Chief 11, zJ Jam of lf".i at "iir stable 't mill from MillcJeeville, need llartibatt $15,1100, Ralph Wilke $ o,nuo and oth- - ' Swiaert65o, liiudline to make a trotter sine I'eint; er for $10,000 and upwar t too iiiiiin-ioi- i Lincoln count,, Ky on the Stanlonl and Mil tu menmini I la- - n clean, line, open gait anil if handled Iliirclimare (d.im of lto,ilind i'4 hy lirown Owing to the arritv of monty, youui; and stowlhv, Mr llryun ad ied me not lo lion RedWiIre Allerloii, Cuv WilketandAa II diiiii.. . .. Youni; Tuyiiiini iiniic, bv Pilot, Toin Stamp 17,1, bj- - AWallah i'ilot we will Maud him lit lulu tell comni-tnsite.' have him handled until fully matured would do ciedit to his illu-tiioind feet ol i,ooneach .iiol a K"o' CiK-u7o3; Jam IJueeli Dido ,tlie dum of Red pcdiKree thre are ten producing sire and hi tu.inv mine stand at near de Leon i Metis i I will alto name a t Krricun, ivilh a record as a Vilke i7,ij, ire of 2$ in ' prmlociiiK Jams, two ul them hemic III llie snat few litl bv Miunhrino .Uld Ttvviiiiiu iiiiitt. uti Wilkemf tho third generation which huw I il.tiu of "J ilOJ, Mini half brother to I.rie," with a Chief 11; lircMHl mare list Jain by ilteJ Jai ket, sire of Comet Ills pediroe Cbiilaln all tlic how they br'ed on Mnnbar ' year old rciurd tmccd ) Mild lo llourbnn Chief 383 hire of Calmcit j j j l.v Mamblood. He traies twice to Hainhleto. lecord of - --" a- - a n ' var old record aaak. suld lor Monet due when coir tome', or marc i parted fashionable i6 . HKtiiK.K Hit Jain I'll!, hy tirey Lafle brino Chief 11 ; d ill muke llit eiis,.n nian 10, twite tu Mambrino Cluof 11, oner to rto.oonnt pibllc aurlion, AthaJon, the Iminptuu liohert Jtonncr for the sum of 8l0,(i00tit Jam by Sir I'eler. All an.iljviiof Incelow' with. Mare criued or fed at reasonable price -at should any oc- Anicrtian sur i, twiie to Harry Clay S, with a yearling slnlluill, record 2 7 (III bolli sire and of I tliat Hge. I lei one of the grandest rttil rttli inlieritauceof pcilormiuc and Not responsible tor any tronq iiifnsiru of ,cint,' and llioroulibrcd blood dani's tide llreee Wilke it rulatrd tn the follow cur. like M.iinbriim Maid a i?',, sold br lions in IvenliicKy. His eolts are usually plixiut Ins blood, therft lieitm three direct cro-- e Sunol os1, I'ajo Alto . (till I'dge i a beantrful rtd aorrrl, llavy nune He noted i Chief. Hit sire .mil their Jam by MaudS 2 ImrsLsNti' y Hank aOsi; AUert ino'-t- , gootl -- i11 and color, with iilenty of ol Mamhrinoand the iic ofsire data.1 alull brother to and tail, is band ,t inches hich; wa foaled Sept .V. oo, being I y the same He tin two colls fonlcd ins kind, . Km,; Here his half brolhei oils ol lienryi Wilke. 2 to, Anon. 10)4, Direct Nelv.ti 10. lay Lie d, 181, and i h perfect saddle hur. I iil-- n Myle. nnd line movemeste. Will make to Kcd WjIKe. He must lie ceen to Im apprecialuive lo date, both l,ays, larije and line, and i an intra . 00, Rot Wilke 2 Axttll a i Red Will t- -, (lit Kd'c was showed a a carold and took He tho neiison at my stable, UJ mllus from ted of Ciwill .land at Liberty, under the manage- the sweepstake preiiiiuu) at Kirkiville and Dan- sure foal hitter l.very I mare lie served latt year, liny Wilkes, Arc. Red Wilke and .till nude W Krye, al one Those with Ul'i'--e exception, it, tlilllk, safe in but. MIlu teusnii at $ao eth heioro they bsu unit huiioim. Huston villi, Lincoln county, Ky.onthe ment ville and in his ovv n rms at HarrwUbura. will tne MMM1I1 of i,2 at lilt, tables .11 llul you now have the opportunity tu liteed M Whit b 1 will Mainl at the .sitnte pl.iti who want t" lueej to a uooJ saddle stallion are Kiiini') Iluhtonville and Liberty turnpike roml.iit at the low pru e ol and cordi illy invited to look at cur hor-- c and rrhlm llreee Wilke at the low pr.vrol tune: move. Mr I'rye will :ilo stand my a in Foal. H was ired by Sd onJ Jewel, he by Cunning a Colt, S25 to a Living Colt. to Wil ham's lew el, lie by old Wavhington Denmark. l .. . . .1 . . CK, by by MrDotuld' up colt iicl., man Will also Maud my young Hifirt d.iiu Minnie Crusader, hi llalcoin.by Monev due He i an anencellitut luiilvniuui und ipute prom. dam I ef(m dam by Well' At 58 to Inuure. J purled with ur bred in another horse. If not sold -i the .season ojien noted jVjt. Hob .MeKro. ICif.lii' uilK, nlo sin exiecdinajy sure foal ittter. Wilt tho In all cites it the in ire i parted with the reason Stonewall Jacks jii, be by Vo.Jiiuutou Denmark, (ood pasture fur mart at rensiuahle mtw, but make eaon of ifoi at Cltarle Dunn's, iniloi Will iiiistureiiitiras ul $2, but not uspon- inriurani'o. Wcoines due and collectable. A lien is retained on he by lilac Denmark, In ist daro by Crusader, wilt nut be nwpons'.b'e I r accident, should .tut' I ruin Stanford on the Rush ilranch pike2't A lien broetllng. to either and trailing all colt for evice lee slblo for ueeideiih, lie by Old Whip, ad Jain a Rocky Mountain mare.. occur I'ersoiit) on colt until season money it p.iil retained " : : : SUndtrd Hule 6 This fine voting sfuldlo stallion will Clack lullion, ifiW hand hich. foaled in tSi stand the season of IP!- '- at my stable four Dunill. Kj One thud of a mile Irom Court A Kansas Prospects and Politics. miles Kast of Stanford, on the county road Will make the reason of 1S92 at "Travel bred by by GolJimith, Orange couuty,Nw Vork Ctitellar toi Sired Rowland, and will be per- ers' Kest" farm, near Shelby City. Ky.,at HeaVjiont, March 21. Deak I. J. I leading from Untdim Wuburn Maid, by Woburn y 'the '" dam of Carver 117KI 2d Jam by a Mambnuo arrived in this part of Kansas ten days mitted to stive -- mares $15 Insure a Living Colt. horif, td dam by Mambrino Meix-ne- ireol St .lulicn E. P. FAULCOXEIl. Catellr iuii by Volunteer 31, njo and have met with so many blizzards At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. He is n blood bay, 15 hands high, left a nH, etc; tit Jam Mi Nodine by Itatimond, nnd snow drifts that I have not been aonof Potter's Clay; id Jam Well' Star, dam of Description and Pedigree: He is n html foot white, heavy tnane ana tail, Artillery 2 sijj and Mouety 1 &, by Americau able to j:et a fair view of the enith's sur- beautiful mahogany bay, black mane and foaled May, ISsS. Star 14; 3d dam by Hetmnd Woburn ,41 by Harabletonkin 1.1: M dam Mm Sired by Saddlewood. face sutliciently to say whether it is good tail, t years old" loth o'f May. Ifi hatuN 1st dam by Smith's Almont. sire of Ka- Cootey by Telegraph j ji, id dam the dam of Geo or bad. I lind some very excellent high and weighs 1,'JU0 pounds, commandC'ootey by Filday. rearj crandireof inn tS jolot, t;ene S i,'( Nettie l "' ,. V awona i ij,lt. Char tie Kd Harlow will stnnd the eaon of iV)i at my farm ini: lands on the river and creek ing in appearance and symmetrical in in t, beto J jo1., lelcphone .l' . et Uy Almont 3 Dam I d. lari of l.ady Majylic ttnbte ,3fJ mile from Stanford on the New White l?d dain by Ixirtl Wellington. Sired by the late form. bottom, but iiiO.t the prairies are high, Screamer, dam by Second Gill HN sire, Sadtllewcod, a grand saddle hor-was Oak and t)i Hivrr turnpike, near Did War' Mill, lit rolling ridges, rocky nnd full of Mini and Screamer, was too by Wildwood. 1st dam by Star Denmark, in Lincoln winner of 100 premiums; LM dam by $10 to Insure a Colt 4 Months old Hint rook, good for summer grazing, but coiintv to need iinv further mention hero. the Mares bred to this horse, if traded or an imp. saddle stallion; !5 dam by Vcech's unfit for cultivation. Grazing seasons I will Uo t.inj at the line time and p'ace my Son ol the great Klectumeer, nrr or urol l , Palo tti. J.',. rti ifi of mi In the 1 ,v I removed from the neighborhood without Ilamliletoulau, Dam Mamie C., damf Don Moulcith i uJ Amoor J w'j, ure 01 Koueiu.tH iatet eai1i k )Oun jack. are short, only 'asting five or six mouths Wildwood n by Ulackwood 71. foal, me that they are not in in the world. n a year. Feeding of all kind- - of etock forfeit the and "the money is due. 2111, sire of Ulackwood, .lt.,2 2'.,J; EMBRK1C, 681S. here begins as early iib the 1st of Nov- Alo hold a lien on the coll until the sea- dam Kate Me etntcr, by Mosencer. Jr.; 2d dam by Davy t'rockett. dr.; M ilnmby At $S for a mare and $ fnr a hrre colt, to inure son money Is paid. Mates kept on gia--Sonhf Alcione t, l (Jeorce V.Mle 1 t Dire Siterlork, dam f ilnrnif 2 iS, bv M .w1 r. ember and lasts till the 1st to the --'Oth of old 4 month liruuswick, son" of Sumptei; Ith dain by no Time, lie l the f.uhiouablc U'ilkpi and Manil'nno I'auhen cro He pr4aeed liulne i) SI per "month, at owners' April. Hutler, Sedgeuick, Sumner, CowHo.hI In thi part of thi Matt Davis' Hambletoui.tn. Joe u a red jack year old lU Octebi'r, about nnd the rounjett producinx tirr that PBPPL.ES. JR., JAMES H. heavy if hand high, Smith's Almont bv Almont H.1. sire of proven himtelfbij bone ardbreeder. boly and lu ley and Greenwood are said to be the 7 tabe good Stanford. Ky. ATOKA 11942. t'annv Witherspoon Money due on a!! a eaon whn colt are four Wcstmont 2 IS agricultural counties in the tate, best month old. Maret traded or remoed Irom the 2 Ml, &c. Full brother to Soto Kin It t o1 trial Son nf Abdallah Mmbn the ;tntt ir i i, and and 1 find that the lands are being sucMack ood 74. bv Xorman 2.", sire of bounty forfeit iniurantre. Call and examine my lrolterand prodiicinc Jam, tic a rtoJe. t4,lija a well a a trotter. wld like to bit et jrour in.ire on the hare cessfully cultivated all over these coun- MAMBMNG STARTLE 4801 Lulu 2 Hi, May IJueen 2 20, Arc. Dam nock before making jour telertioa. 4 CM SPUOSAMOKK. I'.. I' lAlM.CONKK. For partieuUri.addrt, with pediittrei s I)anlll. Ky Trill j 37 full brother tr .Majoltci naiio Mit by Mambrino Chief. ties, nml that they show unmistakable Majolica . J41. Bay, foaled 1SS0 Lexington Denmark N claimed to be signs of piosperity. Goo buildings good sir., or one of the handsomest and most beauti13 farms, in every direction Mambrino Maid . ful horse- - in Kentucky. He - fashiona..a Collin ood large herd.- - of rattle and sheep are to be Dom Pedro (3 year 2 M bly bred in saddle and tiottin? line?. i. a ...a 2i( grand saddle horse, a fiiif galled trotter, .. farms, all M era Startle seen on most of the ...1 JO1 Yeier Hoy and goe the gaits naturally. lie has Lord I'alm in good condition. Captain Lee a 2 ")0 ...9 shown without gait, loth rncking and trot The financial condition of the greater Corinne 3 year He ting, any prepatation. ' . part of the people here is as good us in Fred public trial,' UV STAR LK 2 f luiu the hitjhest ela- of saddle SIRED i. ami premium hois in Kentucky on his Kentucky. There are many good railSire cf Majolica ij.) sire's side and his dam ieptesent; some of all over this part of the country roads Majolica 15 lit dam Jelc Kirk 4O4 (Jam ofChief, whole CUrt. m! towns are quite nnd Mis1 Majolica dam DMbyLady, dam i! sire ot the bet trotting familie- in the the and flourishing Little country. Thi- - combination produces ad Croxie 19 numerous and business of all kiuds Mm 1 4, Charley Friel s io'j'. Ada II ' tl Hy best combined hor-- e in .the world and sire ot the dan if Harry Opt Walker 2 seems brisk. At Wichita, Eldorado, Wilkes 2 13VJ. 27. liy Parish' 1'ilot. on of thoe which command the be- -t prices in 3d 3am I'ilot, I'ilot, Jr athdamhy llruwn Pi- all markets. Any one will have "Wintield, Arkansas City, kv , business lot, the ire of of RoValuid ire of dam JlV 3th Jam by to eo him to appreciate hi greattu . lively for the season and no Cadet, son ot Uertrand matters are ill. e!c' ir e Thi I will also tand 2 splendid ynuug jai as, eaon cfi- - ratedt addF t l.rcon w..l l(. a tuond, Starle joo. record r io, ly Rysd.vk' H.imbletr.-niat ind, Far complaint of scarcity of money. 1st dam Llrie Waller, liy Scely's. AmeriProprietor of Lincoln Stock Kami tlic Home of Roebuck Good lands near towns and railroads are can Star;3$adI dam by lllackbird, son ofij, Portia Imported Hidaljo and Bro?aaza. the sire uf Majolica 2 Startle a At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. to $50 per acre, but while aaajsl. Miss Majolica vi'4. Clark Chief Eo. by sellini: at Five year.- - old, black with white point-- . Manihrtno Chief; im Jam Little Nora, by Ray Description and l'edijrce Kctituilc) Seuirrel 13 han'tl- - high and "jim dandies.'' a Tr.N the lands are productive in the ceieala, Messenger; ad dim Mr. Caudle, dam of u hlsh and ear 19' aid live lKu t Aits to Insure ft living colt, due Oct. olda hfoulitul bron, 15'; band 30,4. Clark Chief siredCrotie grasses. Timothy and clovit grows no thi Spriuz. lilt tle. cll and notion are other of a 10 or better performer. Hi dnuchter I, lS'.tf!. or when mare is parted with. unequalled by 4nv i.uldle itallion in Kentucky, is unknown on the produced Vhallas n;, Majolica 313. Wilson er, or than any lexington Denmark's fee will be due hatinc taken mare prtmtum Keutuck) hone in. other in the a 30 list. Nino of hi here. Alfalfa is grown by some ai6tarjdi7ired37 a 30 performer or better. Capt when colt is foaled or mare - parted with. the State byt,e, convderrd. Ked Squirril, Squirrrl farms nn hat? the lct the celebrated u.t tired Walker 117'. farmers near the river or bottom laud?. Capt. Walker, bt Tecumteh; damol bv I'nendship. hu Ullion Kentucky ever prisluced. he Ly Mate- - kept at $2 per mouth, at owner- -' 2' 27H sired daini Harry Wilkes Krutucky Strref l'l uk Squirrel it IU!e solicit a close inspection of my Illack Uinl, ad lUin by Todhuntr' llreydam by Corn, wheat and oats are extensively a IJ.V4. Charley Fried a iS1.,, Gen Carheld 221, i6' Ashland Kate Jock. The Item ajfi, Little Mi I. 8. TBVIS, ItUck ItirJ br I'hillip' ltlacK HaKorti. by Ocuiril anil profitably grown on all the fiat and 2 acr. I'.kick IlirdS S Taylor Shelby Oil , K it dam by Calk' HaUorn. SEVKNTY-KI- v I. DOLLARS to insure in foal low lands. Flax is being exten-ivebyl'cter' Halcorn, by Virelnian, thorourhbrrd Mare tram a autAQce kept odkko sikim)' cultivated for the seed and straw, as catfor acciientir per month, but 00 reipontitit ( AMBON 8419. JASON WALkKK iw feed and not for its lint. apei tle : : 1 came here for the purpose of taking Timed in rate 1 . record 1 27 Three-- i Illack, fouled 1887. chances in locating a claim onthe Cheromile Will make the eaoti of 18 ij at cur Mafele 'Hie Masiiiticentlv IlriilSadilli htjlhoit WIIKKS 2 o. the MRKD IIV (.AMI1KTTA uctof Stanford, ou the lluttoaville pike. kee Strip, but found that it is not opensite of 17 in a 30 ht Gambonito' ist dam Mnud, by Gjrr.ird Chief ed up for settlement, and can't ay when I of Haul Duke 1 aSJ und d.im of Don I'l.tirni At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. 'it will be; likely not this spring. At sire ad Lorenro 236, Mistake 3 V'li',, Don Son of Hilly Itoice ij. 79' , Cor ' . . Definpnon and I'fdi;ree Silver Tip - red by Nellie, by Hi llio M:t-- . least 25,000 people are here now and are Jam vlilam by llelmS Yorklurc. thorough-bn- ba with tine mane and tail. isJ hand hiu'h, hind , Will make the tlt -:- -:- beau, 1' mile- - Wft o( Miin-antlis white, and n a malel a.ldle hore. ha the hh' Ol hi Oirm-rpouring in from every direction along OmI. FIKTV DOLLARS tottiMirein SliVAu 'eOn,T.r1,,on !d ?. on the Shelhv Citt pike. .1 the I..U j the lino. Some have been here for over We will pay a premium of $ to the owner of 1892. pnie of of Stonewall Jaikson. ImcolLi f;otin iS.)? ubuh obtain a record of a year, living in huts, covered wagons, .my of Finldarr. by skeeJaddle, by 01trr oncfaji 2 30 or better, provided there n iKichanjc in rule I.ion IriSUTO a Living Colt. tent--, dugouts and sod huts, all waiting of iefiiation and we own the hore when reiord oner: id dam by Redwa Mollie Mounce, by Cab-i Siler King'sdam nsdc lie i limited to 30 approt ed marc. . icriptjn Black Hawk. bell' Leunston. on of I'.loodgo. It is estimated that all of the word Vli5iee. - lie - aitark iioJrdand KrKilered dam bv Younc America, oii of lavlor Meen I, ll ami foliri (Katlbrotber to i.uirteriaei li H , lrr f ' in Ihc o bit at )wf uld. the good land will be taken inside of 4.S dam by Medoc. id dam liroWll. full i.tl. ell cer yea olll thK SprillfT. He llili It tine mane BY ALCYONE 2:27. Trumpeter, 3d dam Aratui. hours after opening. The Strip is 05 Mare ,..:i ...t.l, ,lv ,t,n)i otvl.. ami ui'iiim ent to n will receite cood attention at ' ' ,' Trial J 35 at yeur. Foaled iE3B. ;Sire ef McKinney tuition race rerf, ut4 twrniy-M- r ttbrr- iH, .baapMMi reasonable rate, but will not be renible lor miles from north to south and L'OO miles nor-- f . ta and the lamout Alma Mater, tui ol Akjene ; (with m in llttt At. a Soa f (ttr;e Wjke Farting wilh mate forfeit 2 26, the uccident SIRF.I) HY l.AMllKTIA Wll KI.S or ecape hel .Mauler, public trial east to west. Most of it is fair agricul,; Alliite .. tara ,.,,,. ,,.f gc Ik trial ,tt ) in llt Arbiter tit, Abutter insurance. I.ien retained on colt, for .ea.on .n. 17 in 2 3011st, lp Rt,M wa iy tural land, finely watered and a good ntdam Sillv. by Alert, by llambletonun 10 a nl Alma Mater 11 the wily mare Htingor 4tad who bat produced three aa that hove each Mred a bar hlue liei. (the winner of forty BEAZLEY BROS., S. Ilorden Silence, dam of Proctor a quantity of timber on the streams and HamAlexander"' Abdallah 2 42,19, of Goldsmith tin"! lV JJUir Kiit;i' (tn- -1 oil of t till with a record of ij or (otlri. ISy t ire Stanford, Kj Wcdge-wi.- . bvir lA'xinKlom. ty Sanltncl ia, mrof watercourse.-- . Vast quantities of salt, Maid aa 14. 3d dam Wwlbine. Jam ot Arman Vivamlirre Itt dam l.itM Vive l! iu and WooJford Miirobrino aaij ami 7 olliei in 2 jo and littler aixl ilauii ofC)re Jam ol liarltrmater in',, tti Ore 'M l:t in by II nutlet lennt,nrk. saline and coal on the southeast border, Woodford, lire of the Jum of Hiiholi 1 ao4'. in Mauiev ;kl tlatn by llarrl- -' IVntnark. on of Jn. .yanfl ip Oaaatrinia.ter jtltlireC.uf2 JiH,IHtJ Ontal I luartrr Sttrteh III t V.. I, emu WalKMi mlt, Ullie DOLLARS to ipure in foal A . t . . hut they are reserved bv the govern- nVKN'TV-KIVMilli-rIhinni.irk. V, litiie IUIII'll 1 and .JJ, l.MTll General Doyle i 10 lundi. with tine tyle Standard under Rule ',7, MP .. ment. Kin h iu'le vn the winner if tunic than trotter giKxl, form, 5ind bone nsd by ItiiKrKfH rr. nel Jam of IIV I'RKI'KN'DKK termait.r l' '8 We think it will Ih c.y for him to take a f.nt 40 premium mid hjw never bentitii in the 2 dam Miie demI meet vtitli but few Simon-purt, ib llttt uatcariit 11U. Kinc d.im of ltcarilla 1 ' m Kins vt like. ;eaon He wa take winner lit Jke.i 'f .ire ., Son of Dictator and Winona bv Almoin hor-- . model fine bv ,. MlnHie Wltlr 17. At niarv or Kclilintr. Oliver K. t j,.Miu 2(1. hi ', tire tsf17Uliver K do meet out here, but when mile record at ycarlius ocrats I.ik b l.ancewood, on of llain- dam Lame me ViUev by Illaek Kale, the fc will finJ him.i choice breeding ady Kinc Knde Jam bletonian; him I find him for Cleveland inside and lrel one over carefully; jou band, hiifh, of nnetyland ctiifrwtio and from hi in uanlinaiii ariih brnn lw(, sire of IMack Nitiirrel. It ditnt - tthe Kocketelier, ny Amrrt season forfeited. Mare kept Marepjrted with, inherltarcrof prlucinc hleaxl tinr,br thoulj prwve a Kieat tock horse 'Iwo of hit o'Jctt coll. cm Mar, m l.im nay (anl 0r Murk Denmark unit .Home t out, talks freely on the political (.uurJtman't full brother, (ur a )eariM, trotteJ iiarier a yearling, in '7'tauJ i.(c. ondt at reavinnMe rate at owner" rlk. nw by Hamble- ... ll.nl 'I... ...l...l .1 . i! V illilltl). SON, W. M RUE tennatter. put to vearoJilt, two ) tar nm ami lao year ulilt in lit! latt rar Mr the record he wim vnuiaim tmiitvn mui nun ll.:..l nun Kv l.C- 8 Central Park, Danville. 'St,lr l ii)uM ..em .o;, " in. itinti orc: fin appiMacilCfJ mm 'X Cld.bvll inr Kntrvi .vaiouii 11141 tin in v,i ? is the only man who can get us out of, by Cdw.n lorre.t d.im Ml thi rcpect. OwanUman ha t'ie .aine breeding. l ilatnrllv Ul horne, f equally atood ia.liMt . .. t, t . !..... .1.... !. iviuituiu fllaf 1..1 in;iiii uiini i'ji Iliffill t v ny i ital characteristic and why .uuld he not iria miiili tjvo.l cony atricnt . t... .uaniiuiiia ri. ir The republicans are as a .mci ,ilim the trouble. Mate-w .ifter Mav ..,., ,.!,. Iront heel , . .... Rra LANCI'.l 7&71 i brown, unit for Harrison. The alliance party1 per tltnlltll. Can; Will be taken to white. anJ wa foaled May. and left hind Kecortl a:tl. Sixteen hand high. prevetit aciuletiK but will. not be repon is falling back into the original parties, at, iwi, llcls lianujoniK aim i)iin, nin nni-i leg and sjbf sluiiid any occur. SIRKIi BV VOLTAIRE 15. ed and has preat miKcular oer. except a few broken-dow..by Lexington Chief 2: dam ii sire. I'releuder, la very fat feet are t;ml. Al-- o will tit the ante time antl place 2 Jam ... by Mambrino Chorister. He ha shown quarters in 33 JetoiiJ. But enough for this time. r by Dictator, who sireJ three land dam Lady Stanhope .by Ilainbletoiitan 10. lt I'rctender MAMIiriMi HI lit h . i.,v. (!rar.dam of Rosa , G. V. SWEgSEY, whoe average nd t Rreater than au l.j t lark ( hit f i, mi .! (. roue and eltrr and dam ol Mi) v and othrrt in Ittllad. i i ly J'-'O blue-gras- 'r. Interior Journal SCREAMER : JR. Spked. Combined Stallion. Sttle- - Lexington Denmark, to Ed. Barlow 2375. r MAPLE SHADE STOCK FARM, 1 . lle. ABDALLAH MAMBRINO 3715. How-aid'-,' H-- . - well-know- n c, well-know- n -- . . sati-fyi- 1 sea-o- lt JOE SILVER CHIDES at ri.-- k. 4 I 1 I 1 wire-fenc- ed i- . Kentucky Squirrel. good-size- d -- 1 "m-niiat- I 1 This Space Belongs to bu-ine- s- ICa-te- rn -- n. I ttl JAMES P. CROW, BELMONT CHIEF SUMAC AND OTHER GOOD OXTSS. Krlc-so- n J 5 1 -- 1 86894 J i- ri-- k. 1 2 2 ly IT0 ear-ol- d SUver Tip 169- -- ! EAGLE ii-e, BIRD, u- d. , I BELLEVUE STOCK FARM, Season of -- I - , 1 $5 to I GENERALB0YLE9145. iri-o- -- , ',i a-- an . 111 .J .,,.., hltlld-hlS- i- I , f , 411 1 1 i, - -- 1 k! LANCET 7871. I i', N- -- 111 ( i 1 I 11 pure-gaite- d e -- ear-ol- d, 1 1 1 wa-ci- i; i 2 1 ' -.- A-- ,, li 4 ' I I ' jBisaaisosr oinm . . 1 -- 11 pa-te- rn ri S50 to Insure a 3Iarc Willi Foal. j,. I 1 1 n oll'ice-seeker- ?. 1 1 1 -- I : 1 trut-te- -- Of Old Casov. SimmiiQ Wilke ai3i 2 38 :ind IMPORTED JOHN, 1 Per-lial- iy i ea-o- RED FOX 195. Kp-olei- ti, Me.-enu- er the Insure. ra iro, oj-;- McEoloerts 8634. 4i. ri I 1 11 WEDGEWOOD. to Insure Living Breeze Wilkes. .geo. uiCTATon :AV. 1 At $10 to Insure. Ji. Sl Insure 4S.lrc -- STAR . In'.u-ran- c - n, 1 byDlotiitor Jity-Bye-- K. i'( w', jis, - in ERRICSSON, JR.! ti. 1 . r--i j 1 -- 1 Insure li-t- Four Splendid Jacks, .,: i ... Rl n, n ..,', is(. 2!i'.'bv 1 ' -- l'i, -- uturr ,sr if ! ' o r.nh nl,.li, (b-or-- no-iri- i Insure a lirt i' 11 Kil ,',, 1. i', IXGELOW 5799 it i- ! GILT EDGE 261. . e .ii lm -- ' mu-ele- il, lt vuld ' J:ll. O. 1 I ' - I , lt 1 v u- lt ! $15 to Insure a Living Colt. $o r -- I tt !. r.riit .11 ot -- i $20 to Insure a Living Colt. GOOD JACKS, 1 o'.. $12.50 to Insure Mare Ten Dollars to Insure. IMPORTED JACK, J. K. BAUGHMAN. -- Insure Dol-liAii- lt ...i Live ..i $2o Insure Three at $10 and t $8 MADISON SANDIDGB & SON, lluitonvillc, Kj MiltuiRcvil e, Ky QEOR3B E. AIiFORD. McKinney, C Ky. OHARLES DUNN, 4 M. S. BAUGHMAN, M infold, Kv Stitnfortl, Ky. ss .'A t" g: rf ,'vl, r j 'J.--.. 4: ,- - s. r. ;.wru ' yjr 'r ' ,;