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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892040101 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. ??M r 4v K i&fe vol. xx. -- Semi Weekly Interior STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 1.1892. L0N00N. LAUREL COUNTY. - Journal. NO.lO l- v.; tho crowd with one of LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY A. C. SINE i .V. MCNEFKS his characteristic arraignments of Inukiah Uoono Is in tin- cure of Jnil At Our waw milla caught h uue lot of ; .. r r .. r i . i JH1...1 U.....1,... "ir ' talked about J,r.wll"pJ' " loga during the recent tide. or Lovell, under tho charge of having A ,le W tm I"?" fa too many. It i, 8ai, that I., IM a V Vh -C- ommon l'leas coiut hegtna Monday Mr, K.L.lanmr now dumper than d on family in Il.tncotiil.u county, X. U, and ,H,,II,! with W ordinary and f ol the same plac-- , al.oiUi.rrl.UM.uS.,IMntl.iHeo.u.iv. the docket. l,U ,,mh lynornnw -- M Beiiuy uud win-- coloml. were -- W. I.. Uionr V. H,,r,.i,Vf A. K. ,( " 11 of h1?.d,,r'7nir brtww'n ',',,",n t,n lined $K each before Jmlp.' Tyc last Dyche, W. It. Nenl, II. C. limbic. C. . Tn w ""y even ""..W t,,,a, X. ftrll!., K. K. Wil,o. . C. Ford and i""'1 l!n ",ate: week for selling Honor. i nnth J?. S." 'i tn know. Col. It. L. -- Scvcnl of our prominent repitl.ll. nl..t forty visiting delegate le.t T,.h- J . I Rough and '1 It winner rackets '" U"' ' J the " of Hi. day 0l" Ior 4. I'luografta region not to run and Wrandah Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles. M t: can are taking in tho convention this day iht for the Uuisville republican ...... . iti iiomin.-itiiiLA. !. . i .. i Work i ... ...... . ,, i.nm. ..i.. .hi.. til uinomi nun i.uui3Yiiii:. uuuvtii, iiirin u.L' .... "' . nt.... "lony years ago oguMitUaiy, a thtv let an old -- Mm. Curd Ih preparing to luin her' -I- tutchei Charles (Juii1.hu H- IiIh ' ",e,UMl ' A.ITI3 ",n" "veil n Unrel." At thii horse beat their brag stock. pur&o coutaiuing $11 Saturday afternoon jM.oar largo rosidenco into a hotel. She hopeMonday was county couit day, but there was a peicoiitiblt titt.-- all over I.I.. ti. nm.ii it in iitiatit two'oriii..lit..mil Mki ('.in. 'i'... The bust .selected stock and low est prices m Central Kentucky. wnvir littiuri luav nothing of importance was transacted in f.. her purse cout lining ilO while coming the house and exclamations of was the court. weel.H. Lailyin the morning it ap- - Oflicc there "' but befote the colonel ot thro' O'Mara m,s eltctetl from the depot up town Sunday. Col. Thoina nun mere would He hut a small he almost hi ought tears to his ow n eves at its ther have heu found chairman f the hoard of tru.-teorphan boy, attendance, but ah at once, as if by mag-- MH.ri.iiicen.eshaveheen issued to in h)"lpenl for last meeting .Mr. O'Mara has held this Till ic, a large number of people from disa. i.. wvcue. i ne name- - ol the the following parties ulnco March "id l.j otllce before, and iniikea a wod tant parte of the county came in, aud for ileleates. besides the above, County Clerk CV coville: J. I). Hum ollk'( r. wen. Dr. Watkins, of Whitley, and W. late in the evening they disappeared in ifl here prw pectluj: for phket and Mr. MoMilllu Hannah Johnson; Churlou the same mysterious manner. P. iientlcy. of I.eblie. a place to eatahllrth a Intjsry llb' f"f Keykur and Maggie Swanuer; I.. II. ed were John (ireen. of Altematts electIt was thought for a time that the Hell, ami Jiuhje tory. It would bo haiil for him to Hnd Brown and Nannie Phelps; Win, South-crlalate snow was the heaviest ever known time Dae and llauuah livaiis, John War- - lleckett, of Clinton Ju-ra Dftter location, and the citlaeus horo Colson would make a speech, John Hen- in this section so late in the tdiould take an interest in his eutr-- ' reu and Marpiret Sittlf. within the memory of the oldest inhabi-- j At the recent term of common pleas ry would jump on him, showing plainly jiriae. and openly his dislike for that gentle- tant, but Mi. Wm. W. Ilrown, of this' Jaiuen Mini had his arm broken be- court judgment was lendeted in the man I don l think John Henry made place, makes the statement that March MutHnii nMw in invor of the heirs nt r tween the Hhoulder and elbow lut many friends duiiiitf thi? convention, loth, IHV.',, a enow fell Is inches deep, while tawing nt the Kentucky LumSun, Ind., the Mrs. Matsou hero and lay upon the ground until about the! .I the only the furniture claiuad as her from the little gossip I catch. Judge 1st of April. ber Co.'s mill, by a piece of plank flying At the time suear trees Morrow impre-se- d al! most favorably, .indbtrikiuKhim. Hid arm wnu et by own w heii she muni here and a gold and I heard more than one prominent were in bloom and winter was supposed will eoou be watch Kiveii her by the doctoi. She had Dr. Miw. who thinka he to be broken. Mr. Samuel Dickinson, of a inarriatfi' certilicate show in-- ; they had man my that he ouyht to be the conwell aaiu. gressman fiom this district, and that he Uussell county, and Mr. Martin Itussell, for the Southern Im en nuuried s years hko. hut the doctor Mr. Murrell, In the city, embracing all the newest Vcac.s would represent this district as none of Milledgeville, corroborate Mr. iJtownVl Mutual UuildiuK and Loan Abaocialiou, had ueyer been divorced from the first statem.-ntsother could, with his brain and viiror. 1'Iatds at 50 cents. See our line of js hero trying to establish a hoard. wife. The property here is worth about Hcdford Cords' Mr. John Silveis, deputy county Mr. 51.000. JudK'e II. H. Tyo is in Cincinnati. In black and all the newest shades at 75c; can not be duplicated anyLANCASTER, GARRARO COUNTY. clerk of Pulaski county, and mustering Ilonan Hardin is iislnu clinches. Alex Mullins, of Ix)iuil!e, is epuudiu otlicer in (J. A. IS , has been among us where. The breeding .iml raising of tine a few duyt in Williamsburg, hii former hnviiik' hint his ankle by tailing out of a! for several days. On Monday eveniug A very large stock of White Goods and liinbroideries at prices to home. I.. M. Huuely left for Km.rville stable loft. W. U. Hardin is Star ltoui chickens seeiii9 to be all the gi now. On he mustered in George Cabbell Post No. last coutt day a large number weie suit the times. Wcdneadav morning in the interest of im: in Michigan. Mrs. Jumes. Hat , 0. A. K , with 10 chartered membeis. on the public square. Judge is ill of pneumonia. S. II. Dish- the Fair Company. Or. P. A.l'cnniiiK-toAnother large invoice of Kmcrson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged by The Post organised with the following Heiiiphill exhibited the Light Ilrahma, id in Paducah, notite a on t.UbineMS, iiiiui ami W. J C'.iudill, of IJarbourville, IL T. Pierce, Commander; Vin- all the best in the market. otliceis: 30 dozen Ladies' Oxford Ties and Slip-pcrt. (.i. A. Dfiilwm, of Willi.iinsburg, and Cochin and Pl mouth Itnck; W. K Shu- but the doctor don't alwava tell his cent Peyton, S. V. (i., James Brown, J. Complete stock of Shoes. Walker Mason ripen t Iat week other democrats were here .it tho repub- gars the White Cochin, White Plymouth V. C.;J. J. Klliott, Adjutant; Henry lican convention Tuesday. The lirst and Jock and White leghorn; J. K. Stormes Thompeon, Chaplain; Nice line of Ladies' Spring Wraps just opened. his old home m Madison at W. II. Brown, li. .M. MubIiiko whs iirrostfd heie a third named gentlemen are candidates this White Cochin and Wyandotte and Oilicer of the Day, W. (.. Kains, Otlicer An entire new line of Men's and Hoys' Hats. Fine goods a spefew iliinapj for stealing clothiiii,' from for delegates to the democratic conven Victor Leaved the Kuglish I Jed Cap and of tin UtiarJ. C. II. Jellries.tJ.M.; IL J. cialty. arioiiitmeichants in town. He would tion at Chicago, and Mr. C.iudill wuntu lilack Latigshau Hubarts, (J. M. S.; John O. Staton, Sergt. Remember we are headquarters for Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Chicago has contributed $11,000,000 o into artore and wlille the merchant to be the democratic elector for this disMajor. There were "S members picent in aid ol the gieat World's Columtrict &c, &c. appiopriate such wrh busy would and mustered in. Tin re was a big crowd of republi-cm- s bian Imposition. This is liberal, but to hi own use an ho could conveCan it be possible that our Catholic in the convention here Tuesday to each Slate should see that a BUfHcient apniently conceal, 0 out and rell them brethren of Casey Cieek, in a remote, and tlien piotviil to try auothci nun. select delegates to tho Mimic ipolis con- propriation is made by its Legislature to pait of the county, away fiom turnpike;, , Among the most prominent insure a cicditable display of its prod.Mr. J. M. i:ilion suspected him and on vention. railroads and other internal improveot pants men present were Congressman John II. ucts at the exposition. Kentucky should ments, are tnvefttigatin;: found several pairs destined to set an example ' r I BiVr T rHrT missing. He itiimediately startel Wilson. H. F. Finley, Judge T. '.. Mor- provide at least $100,000 and every citi- worthy to be imitated by mir more fawere U, and row, Judge James II. Tiusle, David ti. zen should take an inti rctin haviug-ou- r search of his missing out in vored sections'' But it seems to be true. Col-oV. W. Lester amt Dug Hill. State asjiimj- its proper place in the ex- B& soon found them on some citieus of the To our gentlemanly county clerk, O. A. These were the most prominent ligures i hihition that is Intended to show the tow u, who told hiii) of whom they pur-cPrewitt, we are indebted for the follow of the Liuiel leadeis, ulthoitgh sources of the nation, I las a Complete Stock of l the jjoods and the clever peddler iug. The citi.ens of civil districts No. 4 Judge Hemphill and Marshal Ham-wthere was a lot of "mall fry" present! Is now stopping with Jailer IL.rce. and ( have petitioned the county judge thought they weie "higgern" any ' ilton have been after the illegal liquor to grant them an order fixing the bound: of the above. The meeting was opened sellers withNt sharp stick. In the police CHAB ORCHARD, ary ofii proposed graded free school with prayer by Llder .McDonald, of court this week John Harris was lined The court has made tho onhr diMr.'W. I.. Prk.itjs is in the city Knox, who among other things said" $7o ami costs; Hany Humiiau $.".0 and WAI,L recting the Hli'trill to open a poll foi the buying up his ppring and suiiuuer filoi-- '"Oh, Lord, we know we do not wiuh to costs, and Clayton Anderson 2o and purpose of taking the sense of the volets of goods. participate in anything wo should not," costs. The latter was lined for getting of said proposed district, as to whether know old Crab - The tlrst thiiiK or words to that etl'ect, us if he was! the liquor for a party All ere coloied. or not they will vote a tax of 10 cents on Oichard is going to hae a boom, as it doubtful of IiIh position. David The follow nur cas.'s were also tried: Tom each $100 of taxable li. propeity and a poll will b- bound to come when our mat hie then called tho convention to order Hickman, hrein h of the peace, lined $.s; ot - cents on each white male inhabi quarn Is opened up. and Mr. (.Journey, of Whitley, Lewis D, Mini in bchoolei, plain drunk, was tant over IM yenrof age for the purpoM It was quite a sui prise to the people Sampson, of Knox, ami W. P. Hiker, of $7. Yank Hitinber, for striking of erecting suitable buildings and mainasigntiieiit of in town to leant ol the Ltiirol, were made ecret.il io, and aUo his wife, had to baud oy.-- the sum ot i'.' taining a ailed s Co., free school. If all secgi stvle. l'romntlv and in tho lirm of Chadwick, ll.Uley all other republican newspaper nan. and costs, Bill Farris, lot depositingjiilth tions able to do so would take stops to we learn Irom one of the firm Ml. Culsoii tle-- state.1 but that at a meet- in an alley, was lined $" and costs, (iro. H?"KNG HAVING on all goods sold, free of charge. Old gold and that they will be dialled to settle square ing of tho district committee the day be McCarlev, lor being drunk and disorder- supplement the State, fund, ami show a willing mind to encourage, enlarge and siher taken in exchange. with all." Tlieii store was invoiced on fore he had resigned a chairman of that ly, will In tried to .lay. He was unratotherwise build up the common school ill Weilile-d.i- y and ooN Tuesday and committee and that Mr. C. W, Lester ed U'sterdav and placed in jail to "cool isystun, instead of croaking, debasing be sold nt cost for .10 days, then the hail lii'i'ii imiiniiili'il in liin lint lmil oil.' ill he auctioned olL Hiitchings.a spiritualist, and miming down our common schools, refuel to serve, and that it would he ,of -r-- Mr, Will Heazlev came home from ilii..tmv..r ilii. Pa , became infatuated with we would soon have schools in our State Aurora. .mivl.ii..N m ..t....i which every Kentuckian would be proud (.01 bin MtmLiy to take charge ot Pettu iea.ii.ig ins worh, He also staled the!' u,,r-- "eiirw o district chairman ... of. II I. II. ...1 iV Iteiuley's drug stoio at this p'ace. mam object oi tin- meeting, that of elect "gross aun loveny, ami mane Large and I'rch Stock of Mi. James Allen, ol Huslonville, whtlo Mr. Will Pettiis has charge of bus- iug delegates to the.Minneapolis conven- will giving linn r::o,(HH) to assist 111 the was with us Monday, getting signers to iness in Corbin. J. W. (iiiest was in tion. Some lellow made a motion to distribution of the book. The widow of ot the week. (Juite a dispense Hutching brought suit and bioke an oigauiation known us the "Fishing town the llrst with a temporary organization, Mr. nuitibei of our oiiug people coiiteni-pist- e and John Matthews, of Knox, ami C. tho will, but the property had deprecia Club." The people .eeiiied to take hold freely. The object of the club, we are going to . unction Cit on Friday W. Lestei,of Whitles, weie put in Hum- ted in value until she received Jonly Onion Sets, "Heans, 1'eas, &c , in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; The writings of Mr. (ieorge created informed, is to stock our streams with night to attend the supper for the bene- iliation. Then Morrow, Finley, liver-solchoice fish and also to protect the linnv place' also Hoes, Rakes, Spading Forks, Shovels, l'icks, Grub I Iocs and fit ol tlte Christian church at that ami Wilson i.iised a racket, which quite sensation lor several years after b enforcing laws, and also petiMiss Lottie Dillioii and her guest, Miss looked something like all wanted to ho began his career as a political tribe for needed legislation on the subject. Mattocks Alue Moore, were agieeabl surprised hear themselves talk and let others hear economist, but ho has had his dav, and tion Collars, I lames, Collar I'.uls, Trace Chains, lhidles, Halters, cvC We believe it to be almost s much the night by a number of friends then. too. of course, Wcilnt'-da- v iroppeu out oi view, pernaps to ne re and . interest of the people to protect theMish more for his vagaries than for wh had a gay time until an early houi. solo wanted a 'tempoiary 'org.ini.ation, '"emb.-r.-&: om lepub-I.is it is to pro nesiriicuon Capt F. W. I Ullion atte'idcd the while Monow wauled it distinctly un- anything he has done foi the benefit of t the larmers' sheep. The fish mav an state convention m Ixjiiisville. derstood that ho was a law abiding eiti-.e- n, mankind. Philosopher may speculate - the sheep, but as "m".v WM ot Mih. I.. W. Jones came down trom both in "law, religion and republi- and sages may suggest ways 'and means husband and visited hei canism." Wilson said that Mr. Colsun bv which mankind mav share cflally they are equally valuable as food. While with her r aiv leveled at the us,- of iii the goods of this woi Id, but the expe-fru ads while he attended to husinuss. in it," that Colson had just ,,,ll" "l otliei methods of " ages teaches the nifltiu-- ! (L.AIK W.l'.XAXDKK'S llOTKl. riu v left for home WedneMlax. Mrs. ailed tie meeting to order and had just st ruction, we believe the injury done her truth that it is every fellow for Leha Miller, who has been visiting stilted that he had resigned tho district by running sawdust m main of RENOVATED AND aunt, Mrs. K. II. Uronuugh,- foi several chairmanship the day befoie and that if himself and the deil take the hind- -' them men is now doing i the streams by mill in Illinois on he hnd lesigued ho had no right to call most. weeks left for her home Hay. $2.50 Mi J.S. Owsley, Jr., of, Stanford, more injury than anything eNe. While l'n day. Mis. Mrtinio Henry came this convention to ordi r; that Mr. C W. Court-Houswas hero Monday, mingling with his the water is up, it may ' not do much Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite homo Tuesday from Uuisville, bring- Lster had been appointed, and theie-for- e - damage, yet when the niand tnends and admirers. Mr. OwaLOUISVILLK, KV. stieams get low ing all the latest stylos in diesse and was the proper man, that although ley is a candidate for Coitimonwoalth's and sluggish, it simply fpnison- them, a W. R. LOGAN, Manager. Mr. Saler, of Pmexille, inilluu'ry Mi. Lester had declined, lie had no light attorney in the new distiict. Misses nil,i ilnves them oil'. It is not muchben-Liz.iMtrshall, '.Clerks. K. W. Jones this week Sul'ix m A. W.Jones. J J. herewith Mr. to do so, and that his lesignutiou had and Nautuo HopH.-- have return- - ellt to tho mill men to clog our streams lookng t' ur country and farms, as he not been accepted, and wound up by e.l - with sawdust There is not trom a visit to their sister, Mrs. Kmforce enough bin m Ideaol Inning in thm vieii'it. saying that Mr. CoNon "v.is like ger, at Bowling Ureeii. Miss Lillie Noel in our streams to remove much of the who went to tho bottom of the has returned from Cincinnati. Mia Ma- - dust out ofthoii way; it just t Salem, Livingston ctuiitv, Jesse poisons and wasn't in it."' Colson then gave ry Andetson, oi Danville, who has been 'drives oil' tho li.sh without benefiting SM-- lm and James llowanl quarreled over Cobb in up tho chair and Lester proceeded to visiting Miss Annie Uobinson, has ie- anybody. . woman, and Cobb stabbed Howard cull tho convention to order again, omit- tuiiHidhoine aliiiojlinstaut-lPaul (ioddanl, of Ilar- the .ibdo.ne.ii, killing him When Jcfes Cotto, tho man who was ting, of course, the prayer. The conven- roiisbuig, was here Monday. Mrs. Theo. escaped. t i.bh tion then proceeded to elect. Mr. Lester Cm re is vihitiug friend-- , in Cincinnati. electrocuted at Sing Mug, Monday, was Defeated in Congress, the Colorudo arrested for his crime, he had $31 on his g temporary chairman, with the same Col. li. II. G.iith.-r- , of HariMilsburg, was Silver Luigne has issued an addrecs After considerable wrangling rliore this week 111 tho interest of his person, which the piipou otlicialH have ouanued yllort to secur.) tho over the admission of the proxies from friend, Judge Hughes, 0f tliatj.lace, who since kept The da before his execu of liee coinage men at both tho tion his brother called on him ami the unrepresented coituti'-s- , Judge Moi is a candidate for Comiiioiiwealth'ri atnational conventions. linally elected permanent chairman torney. Capt. It. A. Huriihide and little lirst thing he slid was, "(Jiuie do liftyubi. ot loiio and on the Hist ballot A. IL Dyche, of r ...... tor luw four dolla." On being refused, in- left 8011H, Joe and Lewis, aio in ,. I. " fir.t .a i,nH....ry ,. ... in disgust and teftised to have anything i'ii ,ildt i,vu Hioiuni kiiue tin ul- - Lsurel, aud Judge James Denton, of Pu- this week The genial and whole soiilmil! Caatnrla curve Coll', Omstlpatlon, CHorlIJMwelUtaptsttochIMrriithat h;:ii .,..,ii, i v..i .iua i ..w delegates to tho ...I tJ.i II. .i. i.f Idivlu uvw li uru t ) do witli the body, and it was buried I.' II Bour Stotua-lililarrlnea. ...for . t0. " u llilm .iikI il rclimt-i- l laski, were selected as i i u.r..J , I risvoinmcnit itiuurriorto any prescription amt prouiotf ill ICIll KillH Woruia, glei I'll r "' . A resolution Monday. Mr. K. W. Morrow, who went uamwt .r..ii.. uoltle it v. i. ...... u "" ;, 11. A. Akchkk, M. I) ........ ..........., Minneapolis convention. known to me " . l xiicrniu. - inc mwimiuu" milarly mllklnl was olfcred, recommending Judge V. Withuul lujurioua rnetllcatlon. 111 So. OxforJ St., Urooltlyn, N. Y, it to ''7".;',,.: 'MarliiHUile. N. C, iKw.im.-utoSulma. Ala., 0,1 business, U erywhci? ,, a'1 uromli.ciit nun Homing, of Laurel, ns a delegate from homo SaturdllV. Kd WaltOll, of tho I, t intemled Tub CE.Mit'it ComA.ir,T7 Murray Strft, X. Y. for iuul.cfr;olJ, croup and lutliy .. wi.i..iv ijss Mr woit tho StHte-a- t hrge, which was overruled J., and Harry (Jiovaiinoh, of ti... Advo- - whooplns couuh unit u the ,y MuX cffictual reuic.lv thl J0 cont by the chair as out of order. While the eate. wero heie court day raking ill 1110 tor sale fr lr. .i. l. imuriic, l'nmKl't anu Optl hy tun, SUnlur.1, K). various committees were out, II. F. Fin- Hilver. Ky i ; vv i::U-MuUyie WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. ley entertained , .lotlnnntiaontln, ' " '"'""''"-"l't , 0T, l'y. "' ' " .... i ;- - , I - "T;, ced v SINE & MENEFEE, m, ;'3"It r7vf SMi DOORS ERB BLINDS. .. ,...... ! lTP T i .' . -t ". . -- - ii m - I .,...-.-- .. i. WOVE1T W3B SXAT FE1TCS. VI r J jjj. n ill-me- and Yard Depot Street, -- Stanford, Kv. os j ;? tin-"po- pit-fioiii- ran-diilat- es Stock of Dress Coods SEVERAME & & eea-o- u, SON, Ioti-da- y Uis-iu- net-tiii- K Largest 46-inch Best Assorted All-wo- . kle-road- s dis-plae- d n s. bua-ine- I ".I atti-ile- a W.B.MQBERTZ; vAFH n, i - 1 ha vYE 1Bjv"I!d Druggist and Jeweler, -- I ho dis-tiic- t. DRUGS BOOKS, PAINTS, j i j ! PAPER, 'u Col-s'.- n - Jewelry & Silverware. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas- Hi' -- i : s&i fM "'' .' V.'V; hIi-.u- ! j . JUST RECEIVED. v - .....! IB 1 j J I ). GARDEN SE ED HARRIS HARDIN-- 5"' '' A o P' T V 11 i w"" P"--"- Pine-vill- e "wnt 1 - dyna-rienceofth- o de-cho- THE "WIIX AMD IMPROVED e. - THOROUGHLY -- Kales Per ' .j e T 1 r ' Mc-(iiu- ty, - x s. uig-in- uoini-naUo- u fcWl:lM Infant! and Children. , Kru.-tatio- i r. , ( i. . i Afl row-wa-s -' M,. -- . . I - '!-- ". ' - . i 1 "- - klis-p- pe.-te- K- - 'J MKiVK,'l..! j,,, lna wpt-rhill- OiitKun. bunforil, - I l .- -. : .. -- h ii . I - 'jO "frionds aro useless if thoy can not A JJMVI3 PHINGESS. grumhlo to ono nnothor! Twonty years ,at ago fifteen years ajro we used to pour P .A, 01 to " as I can soo, my dear, ll.irnet atoms to out to one another all our causes ot dis- Eloctod nn Honorary Motnbar of a leave you to ptacn thsit slitdf." Flro BrlsTtuIe. content." Ivy , - M'Ml i , STANFORD, I. tho pinttforo I tunniok- He looks before him for nearly a niln-ut- o in; to aditant window. 1, too, profuM . before heansuoi. Throne! Hor IlrruWm Many Human lie deaf to tl words which I will not "Since thon" ho any nml pnusos. ' to l.Uen Wire Sitnil Onllty nt Many Palestine. j10ar 'Yea., Inuo I'r.uiJc", Hut lilt wa otrip of lntul rcorcely ha'f, "Lot rue irivc jon credit for ono Tlicie "Wo have been both morn and loas lluiiurrl. few tin?," tlio smooth voice continue. "Yon than friends." "f Kentucky ami pow-si"Doea tbst prevent our apoaktng of remarkable physical" featurw, w l.ieli us- - nre pntient You -,hvo mlh'd on Wnrnot Princess McUerniebwac lately elected end .till arc onr tronhlen to each oilier?' an honorary member of the Imperial ulnRtf - us Iik no other, partof tlifiurt... for thirteen ywiriff to regard the ta.sk an hopelcna."'longer "It' previM.ta my spikipt of ono Atwtrlnn fire . brignle In recognition of J ThisisttieHHcre.l teintory of o lm?i. wM thBl tronb'o to you," he answered, atwplj. the presence of mind and remurWable attractive alike toChrtatiftiiHiuid Jwif have ihi. mo; to the How niy hands tn mblel clean my conrage and pereomil bravery whieS she It belongs by divine gift to tho den- - nm is vain, in hpite of my thirty Unpen tT'tln r. My heart la beating recent Iv displayed on the ore wo on of hints ot the jieople whom .loelm- - In! jearsi I turn wnv now with horning ao fast and furiously that t can aoaroely the grout lire 1 fi.injn. in lluiigarr, and with draw my lireath: mv th.i(rhu leap for- sa;sthc Nv vv Yorli K. onkr. It vvaa nn.l ovor whom Klne ftuhl rtilwl Thiy cbeoka, with rluKIMi reaolve too entirely owing la lcr ,. rtt that the ward to a tsdd lrncvtl.firtitk.tl.roiislM.rl.ai.. of only, I7 vurJv into tn jrarocn. Tne bold to be womanly a rvaolve ea liold loss of life was aotjrrvnb r thun it rcajly nation an. Hire link?, tho faniiiy, th ,B q,nU fcp tfje chlIdwn that I dan not pause befbrt-- apeak. wn. 8ho reeened three Hvos with lier God, and Me the only people vvhowUnd th ut thdf tedtxMisand nj "Jfed, once jou raid yo loed me. ovn hands, tvroof wWh were tlxwieof titles lo not hcuiii by the :nint of Stiitee nwn ulsU'W uro all married end few. You have tfe over It your loveT children, while the entbiwinam with or kines. Their eviction utis hccoih-- i The lawn U elo ly aha toil, mnootn as The rerve, th ilenn of nine yeara which t.h Inspired the firemen. Inith by plifihed by the force of that ereat Roman stilt: mo itox.iotiirft tra a overt tue lit broken. It i I wh have ton. dewn word and exaraplc, sti:autat d them to aro lied are frullUfsi of a wtod. II take the barrier And yet I have only partly altogether estraonlluiuj evrlinua. etiipite, whose imtionul d wnd-.i.ttho path which nine yearn ajro took Prine..s Mettemi h is, without eacep-tlo(icriimny, Franco, Spain, Italy, Knpluml with Aliro. and atop now a i otopped one of the moet pnpolar women In Auiuica. Ills held by the Turk thon at too llitw roatio auuncr-bnwF- e ami Austria, and. Indeed, in the whole of only by permission, mihI occupied by a lieftltle the pathway. I lean la a maning. Unrone. 'l'he storie ami anecdotes heygirly population, who pos?o.'s its pensive mood ajv:.int tho framework of which are told nf her are Innumerable, ground by uBtter title. The .lows do the entrance and look abacntly before and aercely a day paee without some mo at the dmicinp branches wot with new freak or eccentricity on her port not seem to want it hs they do not use rain, at tho icnvipjr patches of liglit nnd both furnishing a theme for their wealth to buy it and the above elitulovv that the hranchen east upon tho to the aristocracy nnd tn the ixnwdo, by Christian tuitions mo indisposed path, at the named be n with whom nhe is equally Iwlofwl, and, 1 to aid tl.i'in in rerovenntr their inheri- tho wall, at thi In d where bv and by the maj uikl. ivspcsteit , tance. Its nied hill- -, rough road?, svvcet pen-- ai11 blusioin. No matter how insane her pranks, Tho sweet pens were tiliVmotuine on desolate village and vagabond populathey nre never c. wotcd to her as misw hen Noil znnriiinir, nine j i ana aa?o, conduct. Iudeed. Mie seem u ovist for tion contrast pamiully with the o il his that I sstood bore tosjether. My thoughts the special jHirpo-- c f ilciuoiistrating torie'land of promise. Kven the sea of and triivel .shmlv back aros those trlno tin fact that n woman of high llneaffe, (Jalilee his lost its sparkle, the jjlory 1 vpars. rwaH'ihelr hintorv. and slowl'v fortnnc ami rank can do anything short thej return to dwell ujton tho present tho gone from the jdains of of actual felony vvlthitnt losing either bluo sky and the bripht stats aboe joys and sorrow ot eaate or rsiblic tsMisklcratWui". Although "Many hrfpp.v returns of the day to unchanyed. alone remain her lqve arTairs hare been of the most character and tliey furnish profn while this panmniph is beintr read, ttie you.' I Mart and ti m my head,. Hound tho tnaterial not ulono i.ntdcient to fill one craw ling about in their leeisare Netl had path behind the suuimer-hottpage o even one chapter, but several nnd wild Arabs are wntuhii)i! the come siiddenly mx)ii me, he stand olo0 "xnn. unci iiil v.i n UiVK.t UK. thick volumes f the fhronSqner. --, opportunity to plunder a Caravan. beside me. boldri out his rijrht hand aud doHtmyed of the nineteenth centiirj it: be would like to hastily Wretched bodies of peasants live in smiles in calm, friendly, uneinbarnumed pile up th ln-- m ii. lwr position m soikt.vand at court is uulu huts wthout other household coin- - fashion. "(me get ov r most things, Mab. in alno1nu ly nntntpuin. i, aud there is no ' Yon remember my time." he --ay"Thank lint I soarcHy hear his more honored gnet ut the imperial Ausforth than ndls of rouh niaH for bed , i to..U ,..i.I- tl.M birthday, thon?" word: hi voire has a tremor which trian court than I 'o all no Metternk-h- . mug, y i.u...u... v,.., .v.o... Mt m,.mory u ery good, yon makes my puis s beat with Jay: his face , Hven the empress, always an strict ever present Koran. On entering Jeni-- know ,fc ,; o( uy nrt n botruys that' the time of which he aliottt t'ie condnet if her entoorage. tile Turkish soldier un ' suitMitiKt. Mileinou spook ba not yet come overlooks all ber laledeeds, and when gtiBid with apparently nothing worth, Xed stands, aa he stood nine years I eean-elknow what I do, btrt I know aonte new instance of Mme. do Metter-uich'- s Yonder are people ol neiir ago, in tho doorway facta? inc. Xlno that put out tR3 hand and lay it on his protecting legerete is repwrtcd to her iunje-t- y jjears haie aged aim. He Is nearly arm. Iv all Christian she only dirngs her shonblers and : forty; his thick hair la turning a little Don't get over it. Ned," I feayin the alvv uys been.thus vv ith the holy M'pnlchre and nt anotliei spot n gruv, his hori. s sprinkled lowest of torn h: and then, having been says th tt "it has , '. des-nPanline." the number ol Jew-apriy lliriwl(l hfiro ...a there, bis the boldest of women. I suddenly be'IThtc Is on thing alsmt, Princess eolation ot .ion. Yet withal the latest frank t,y,.s vm nar0 recced further come the slllii st. and burst Into a flood Metternifh which hn nmlaibly greatly traveler, tiir I'M win Arnold, writes that beneath the grae. thoughtful brows, of hysterical, foolish tears. etntrltnied to her Immunity from nny "heie in Pale tine even site, every rock, his tlgure has grown more Mjtiare, more And ten H.inntc. later Ned and are kir.d of public reproach or repmbutioii the truth must be told, he looks sitting together on the ninths seat: his of every hill, valley an.Ut'ream It is lwr nparklhtg is it and her absolute middle-age,- ! arm is around me and his strong clasp freedom from even the -- lightest su of the mo-- t extraoidinary and soeiations :..,.-.- . t,1.,i..l,.,r ' ne imm- - Kve..y aii.i yiueny anue. holds me cloe to him. T....I.K. ... t.:-.. .. picion of vulgarity, no miitlcr how low MIIU, IIICAIIIlllui; Hi- - manner this morning is very dllTer- "You loved me nine jean ago when sho stiHijied in hereteroul for niima.m. witlitlie concern-from his mnnni v on you refused me?" he -- ay, incredulousnew senwitknis and umnwinents. Kven ieh history and Christian ston were) morning of nine years ago. Now there ly, repeating n staler.!' nt I have just. in the vv ilde- -t of her doings -- and they The is no suggestion of Ills 'twist laughter and tears faltered forth. have included her dtineing a wrought out amid .thc-- e -- cene in "Yes; lint thought yon loved me out public at Mubille while nniliassadre-- s devout Jew can never forget the land of oice takes no tender modulations, his glance does not linger long with soft of pity. I thought you would fo- ut Paris, nnd n ttpeannico iu male kivw .laiMiiiin. n...:.. mill iiiiirvttvvi.i t in ...i, i.Ma..Qiw,,riinvM. rget."' .... . .,. ..............1 I..' meanirie on mv faee. I am thirty; ho i . costume at the l'laher lmll iu Yienna. ineuiriHiau cauiiui ''approaching forty wo aro grown pro- "And thought my otfor had hurt and and pronounced lllrtatlons with nil e.icrcn iu mm llie flcenea iiiaue '""jsic! offended you. I thought jour girlish kinds of men. raukieg from iiue minpresence of the on of Mary. Will Prosaic'.' are we? I can nuts-pearesolved not to isters to circus I Idoi 'love for trie was dead. she hasalwavs these two great bodies of believers in for him; but I can speak for mjsolf. persecute yon with mj" love, not to speak remained grand iltiine to the tips of her God and the Bible ever tend Moses and Nine year- - ago my heart never ached so to you again." exquisitely shaped finger.. h.ully, never beat o quickly, it aches "And jou have caroil for mo all the prophets and the gospel alike? She is the most ciiriou . mixture of a I stand in a quint these and heath ears?" f gamin and u gient hidj which it is posy clasped before pose, my hands "All these jears ve. And we might sible to conceive. There is nothing repme, and perhaps I look as calm as ho, have been happj together!" rehensible in her originality, nor is but the calmness is surface deep no "And now I am m old. NjH" there nny thing calculated or premedimore. "Old! Not mi very old, Mab. If you tated in the uudiicily of her wajsof We stand and chat quietly about were younger, jou would corn j'our talking and acting. Her Influence has many thing-- . Tor the last few weeks lover." Story of a Love Thrice Offered contributed to a marked degree in the o he has been fiom home; and he asks me match." "Papa will call it a lilieration of French society from the about tho small events that have hap- We both smiled. Our ejes met, and ami Twice Rejected. trammels of that bciiirgeois.decoruiu inask him the smiles in our ejo deepen. pened in his absence; and augurated by the Orleans dy.iasty, and visit lie has paid. about the "Whatever his verdict maj' be. wo" to free the 'Austrian grand inonde Prom tbu Argo'i.l ays Niti. "! am not Mirry to iret back again," he can bear it w ith from the burdensome chains of Vienril.M'THH ill. And again we smile sajs: but he sas it in that sober, nese etiquette. May-daa breezy, pleasant day of tone which admits of no nat"Is the match a prosaic one to yon, noted If Vienna and Purls arc alternate showeisand -- iinshine. In the tering personal interpretation-- . u thread of laughter Mab?" he questions, as the headquarters of pleasure and garden the laburnum tree is just touched "You are tired at last of traveling?" and a thread of tenderness both running gayctj, it is due to Piiiiliuc Metternich, with jellow; the lilac is budding; the "Not of trave'ing but of country through his tone. who lias contributed more than anjonc , with a crave golden still with the last house trim beds are My answer mile and a question. el-- e lie leplle-to make the-- c two charming capof thedumnlils "Is it prosalu to you?" I asked. "Oh, yet humorous suillo. "Yes. I believe jou A- - my has just reminded are right, "he admits, after a moment, Ned, why have we thrown away so many itals what they aro. Princess Meltirnicli lias, hovvever.latelj become i.itber more me, this is my thirtieth birthday. smijimr quickly but gravely again, "I years of happiness? sad and Mabel has ki ed me in her gentle fash- am tired of wandering.;' discipline has been good quieted down, owing to the "Perhaps the Midden death of her favorite daughtct, ion ami wished me many happy returns "The African explorer is settling for us," he whispers qnietlv. "livery the young Countess Wahlstein, under ha- - smiled, r of the daj; my country thing hapens for the bet to those who down into a Innivsterioiis circiiinstimccs. shrugged his squlro.1' answer. and Mghed. and do not take their lives into their own vcrj deed, the mystery concerning the young shoulders And yon. Mab, are duarur, hands. "Tor awhile." countess' death is attributed in Viennese "At the age of thirty. m dear, an un"You do not expect the jog-trlife to sweeter to me than ever." siiiciile. married woman piefers her birthday to suit you'.'" He gently hit- - my head upon his siK'ietj to It is ruiiioicd that she tiok (Mitson in be forgotten," ho lemarks. folds ioe in his arms. My "Not for lor.'." lie dou.s not sigh, shoulder and order to avoid the exposure of her I would wait "1 prefer it to be remembered," I re- and yet there is a suggestion of a sjgh heart - at rest ul last. with her husband's land stewply, briskly. "Thank j ou for your good in the voice in which ho answers. :.r- - for this happianother thirteen ard, un exceedingly handsome young wishes, Mabel " ness. "W'hil-- t then' aro worlds to explore vulr.v ollicer Color nobleman and Thirty." says un st in a you will never be content!" rn I ml is lent to this runioi bi the fact that musing tone. "Thiru!" he repeats, His gray eyes rest on mo. They do when her husband died u few weeks SIMPLE MEASUREMENTS. smile; it would ho dljlicult d nny mention of either the expression in Hun l.mi;itiili' mill 1. Kilt ill!.- uf R Olrrn Inter he avoid to correctlv the Prince or Princess Metternich in bis their depth-- . Thn.v re- -t on me with a t'ulnl .r A'ferti noil. ' will, and that they abstained from atlong look: then he glances shiwly away In a general way tho latitude of a tending his obsequies branches of place maj be said to be tho height of at tho slender The joung Countess W'iiMstein was the laburnum, which sway lightly in tho pole star, in angular measurement, almost us clever an iiinntcur actress as the hiee.o aud shako down showers of above the north hor.on. Tho polo star, s which sparkle in tho sun- however, is not in the actual polo of her mother, who was without dispute gay troupe light as they fall. tho heavens, but is uIhiuI a degree and the prima donna of that contributed who "While life lasts. Mab, I shall never a half awaj. Mi, therefore, revolves in of uriiateiir historians fai-imibecontent," is all he sayn; but his tone tho firmament like the other stars, but so iniioh to the gayety of life at the has a little thrill of deop meaning, and In a very narrow circle. When a fair Tullerics. for a moment my heart stands still, allowance is made for this fact, and also huruiran l.inlcriU lull to llrniil. then hounds forward at a passionate for refraction, aberration, etc., tho latiNext to the I nlted Mate.--, the counspeed that keeps mo silont whether I tude of any point north of the equator try to which there Is tho largest immican bo ascertained. Another way of gration of Huiopcans iu these times Is will or no. the distance, llruil. Notwithstanding all the disl'or lime long j ears tho record of our iiuding it is by talk with one another has been a record in degrees and fractional pirts thereof, turbances of the j car iu Hra.il shipof s.ifo commonplaces, impersonal, un- of a .start from tho enith when on tho loads of steerage passengers have been Only at rare intervals meridian, when this star's distance from put ashore everj week at llahia. Hio emotional. the eastern sealxiard. across that desert of jears have I caught either the pole or the colestial equator and other port-o- n is known. Longitude is determined by We judge by the monthly returii.s thus a glance, a tone, th.it lias mudo me wonder whether tho love I refused to take linding tho dihVronce in time between far received that the year's immigra.v ni.ll M lll K1, I'AI'A. am sot put happi- tho place for ivhieh longitude'is desired tion vv ill run up to two hundred thouis dead? Nine vears .ig and sighs "Thirti! Well. I supposo ness away fiom me proudly, impetuousand the plsi o from which longitude is sand, mo-tl-y from Italy, Portugal and g an old maid is useful In a family." years have known regret, reckoned. It is oouutel by the Spain. The republican government ly. For nine 1 laugh. nations fiom (ireenwlch, Hug. hohU out even gi eater inducements to "I am not an old maid yet, loneliness, bitter he.ntache. I papa." perhaps, too little pride, as nine A chorononiuter, giving tSreeuwieh time, immigrants thun were held out by the have, for thisi government of Doai Pedro. It pays a "No?" years ago I li.nl too much. If 1 thought is often employed on His mild lntorrogatie tone is certain- he still eared for me, his silence should purjro-v- This time is compared with' proportion of theii money; it ly provoking; uijy own lone has some- not maud between us; I would let no the local time, which may be found by gives them land on y terms; it prom.sharp-sea- s thing, I admit, of ceremonies, no conventionalities spoil observations of the un. Kvtry hour's ises to provide them with employment, difference iu time means lif tern degrees and it iclieves them from military as I reply. our lives. "I feel quite as jounp - desire to "Why aro jou- - not content?' I asked. difference iu longitude. If local time service for u term uf yearn. Over eighty bo earlier thin (ireenwlch tlmn, then thousand Italian- - have taken advantage feel." My tone is steady with an effort. while It is not every "That is satisfactory lie turns his head and half smiles it the place is wh.u ot (ireenivloh, (lnou- - of these olTeis this year, anil the govone whoat thirty still feels herself 'ui me again ernment, amid all the troubles and In another week," he says, If the tlino be later it is east of be an ornament iu the matrimonial asuiiewiu ha- - aiiMiered my question wich. 'Die tolegiaph, where it can be changes of tho times, has striveu to market." and changes ills tone, "the laburnum used, affords the most accurate of-- all keep the promises niade to them. It is methods for finding longitude. St, a curious fact there were I turn away silentlj; but my sllenca and lilac will both be in bhmrii." iouls eerves no purpOfO. many (ierm.ui immigrants- to Uracil dur"Yes." "An ornament but relegated to the And then we aro both silent. An exhibition, which will be Inter-- ' ing the reign of Doni Pedro, Herman In a immigration has almost entirely stopped helf," continues my "Ned, we have been friends so many national as far as hygiene and electricMusing tone, with a contemplative years," I plead, trying t speak eaally, ity are concerned, is to beheld in Lyons since the betting up of the unsettled re- j public MBile. frankly, pleasantly, in friendly fashion; in 1893. , "Ago has, at all events, its aT- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal tages, papa. "Sarcasms at thirty fall to ,. .,,,, OOOOftfOIII H&.f Tuffs Thi Mse Q ii ,"rTorureronstltrtl lUVef N milr t Ivor 1'IIUore . NorfoIkiWestem R.R. Heifmheir, iBii SOU ION haoirrid 'lliii'ilil lMHH"i(!ril;U A roil" im ... nml ii leu pntr-ln- t il. l IipIkiw- - ffS SchrJul I Wiw Rcntla 11iHiio.1t vvltli Miec tmt'irlr - 1 I t'oiTiitotliu 1 vlr-th- i- ' n i (iproii eU to tlotls. COSTIVCNESS and HEADACHE. Ttiryare inllil mid reiimin In ttm torn until lie on tlio liver, riiiiii(iiral flow oriitlonii'I t llirir t.Milo . rtlcsiiiiiinrt t'owr tt. IhowQ in rtrnunoit inru of Illtt's 11..!-- ' 3 (. lAII at a (J M ittirna amir m l am, llliiurwlu n. intrrincli te r P vStd, lladtsid, UiwniiVi ami Hi. hrnfid and Nstlslk. All.. unT' I.yn. ribiif ki.anckr) f ( N ,i t rrmovo iliilieiillliy oernmnlv- (IihmI , prr ,r, ,.,,., Vl'iriiltfnMilln-iiH,.frttirMII.'irojillIs,?- lllltlto ) milt lIlUPHtllHt fT 1Im , .N. V, j,t l'l h e, J..c, OKU r, ..U t'arli 1 t3 ff hoot-roum anr 1 ., n.v!(i Twenty Iluildtnj.: 1 1m ib r.i 'I ali I iiurti n, alati KihI S'wk, mi i-iii Ind to W aSiaita aln In m I acfcbiiru lit ke i inonii. Iriis- - lor foi ahtns, Poshnlan and i i.i will Irait rllueavld daily at ; j a m ami m, in 3 I t N rtoulrvm.hr rail daily ar ran il 4 a m and it ni aa l . Auihrr in.. nf. i' A rn fjil apiiS iu jkiil of N il .Ik I . W R HKVIt oi lo , t.. Phili.ar'j h t ami Nw Vork. 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CKUSH.l) I A.IMivTUa I cun-cu- ti l 1 - oa-i- ly 'tool.!, CwahrbPid li Ltnisviils A. fr 1 I I. i.l.lt lilysckidalr, tn It. K. Kllrtl Uacrmbrr 10. -- a-- DRiMILES'NERVINE Mllr, tocurr all nTTou dlraara, a liradacbr, th bliiM, rrTin lrplrwnfa, prootratlon nnrili:ia, M mi. itanrr. fit, and tijtrrla Manr plijaiiiaoa him. It In tl'lr practice, andrtr Wr ha hiitntrrHlaut nlte arc Mumtrrlul llir tlimmUU k this (roniilrUKCirts "V liava miow v vo., sj aeier Kiioun auuinn iikr u Y rr--f I to-da- Air Middlrabuio u ' ' MM'lll IIOl'NU. l.oulivllU ... Manlaid up n ' MAR loo-el- SKItMNK. Thrr - nothun; ulacori-rm- l IIV Ii) tti tlia ItKTOKATIVK crvst fprtlallM. l)r it Arr I . Middlmtoio ( umbtrland Lap. " llawlltun SpriHKt. -- gray-haire- d ' l.one Mouhtaiu ( lisch Klvri ' OiIumH Arthur .. Iuwr4l Koti larcwrll ... VVa.hOurn 'IIP opro J 1 I 1 iapnt y ell a m 7 k H m T ! 7 nulu ii 4 ' J p M 756 a m JPm Una m J P " U it p m I Ma m 7 ia w am nt pro-ai- ' 1 philo-ophj'- ," -- matter-- ora ot ixittln roM lirint; pralrr-.l.O Wolf. IIIIUdaK .Mich. "Tuo Iwat .t nn tiail VVixNlHiirth tbtn Co., fort , lud bttr-anjlblcf aytii-"Nrrliw r had ' II K rati .t o .Cotirord. N If Trial liuttlesoil ilnnliooktif tllniuolala fltKK at dniiatf Ur Mllt-- ilillial Co., Klkbart, Ind ajrr V wrii-vi-- racux', . "Kvr-r- VV ill 1'irdrt Siinnr. " I.HII11II . . Corrtan Vlalouai.illc .. .. . 4 I aP JIM y t 4 p ml uo 4 r ' Ilrvrtl) K . y of-fact to-da- y thi a i. itorri.K nn::. I'trny t.rr-alff'v- Kuo0!r. K. A O JutKiwa lei1" UI w i 4t p m 9 S' p m y I ij 1iaM a 5 NoitTii iim'N'ii A Uni1"1 I ii aaa in is p " oi a m iu is a m in joa ih k y.a in 4a hi lya hi 1 in K (aaford Arr KnoiHi- - vi-il- -," i- -a -- step-fath- er Kentucky Central R.R. "Ul.l'K (rl'AS ItOL'TK. ' Tbo Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kon'uckv to ivll polnta North Fax Kaat, West and South-WosI.lnobotwoon Loxlncton nnd Olncln unit. MID t- ' ' I'o.lcr Sprisei .tthlmiii llUm.n .. .... Clinch khcr. V C..tttMii I.Mtlrfll , i:c.lMalonr)ir . O JmihImmi . $ 4J P m u m 6 05 p m .. ki 11 in ft 1 p IH 11 p m 914am Oit a ih 646pm . ,. .. .. am ' wwini to ljii in 94a 15 a 7 7 , step-fathe- 1 I'a.rll Itl.cr ' Arthur. . .. ' HaMllton Sp:lnc " (.amhtrtilHl Cap. ' 1 l.cinf .MontatH I ar chi II f )Ca is 11 m 7 47 17 a ih a6 p m 7 45 p m sp hi l p HI . . , hllkOl CM I'K 1 ot I).llMlKOL(ill and JKI I ICO sCIItTlH KIN HIFI.C1 NOV n, No . Arr. Sun for il r Mhldlt.lioio .MtildlavWiu 4I a m 8 III a m 8 it l 11 n 11 llSlffl 4" a m ii in llvpw li'pm 8 36 p pin HI H a " 1841. 4I p in S4 P ni 7 P "i It p H 1 3H p m iv a m 7 ok a 111 1. No. tor all) to Information at W 1 11 iomiiw, Cirn I 3 K.a itln, I'a.. etc ci I ap-p- i) South- - lioiiad Dad) hi IU hun. bun , Utia Knoxvillt, tun i u , noM-Miuti- de-cri- bo - rain-lade- n , l I.ve Air Air Air Arr I.ve Arr Arr l.e CoMBgton. I.ve Lt ralmoulh All I'ana Arr I.inco Cincinnati t i 1 10 11 ol )l M J a m u 10 m is a w la 11 p m 6 10 fi at 11 00 p is a at I a at i 00 p in if P ir VVinchciur. Itichaaond Manferd. Kwhmoiid .. l.i inslon. Vliddleabiiro l'an ti a i is am j p mi"' o ij . 4ipn . u n 11 P n K ' oi Newport News & Mississippi Yailley Co. t In k.t fair A I.ancaiier . 4 41 10 p m 1 M I' . . 6 jo , a Zu p a j i5 p in O) p in No 4. Ohio Ho le - .... -- Washington, Philadelphia 1. rain-drop- "'" No. 6 Kt. Sua Nurih-lloiia- nady. l.vc.Middlenbiiro ri I.ve l.ilBHHin II Arr KicluiiMid.. IJ 7 I.e Stanfiirtl Arr Kh bmond. Lie Richmond. Arr W'uichettrr Arr I'arn 1W. Sum OH Point and the Seaihiirr and all Falern Citiri IN I Baltimore, Now York, HFC! Mail J 3 S a i d il jl a a 41 a n) a 15 NO Kv is. iV,i ui.vi torn .vrco Daily Daily 1 -- if in ni in 3 4 S FAsl IIOIND Ml StetlitiK. rJM '1.111111 I.ie l.amatler 7 So III iv a 41 1 a a p ml oh-ervi- ? 'j 1 I Htiirlish-speakin- To-da- y ship-hoar- d pa-sa- cit-.- spin-ter-li- ke -- a- 1 ju and No 11 leave Mayiville at arrives at Pant at 4 10, p in. Theie traim arr daily except Sunday No 1, dally to all poinlt eaieiit Itoaland Dlvu-iowhuh it daily except Simday. No 3 runt daily Iroin I ruiKlon tu Cincinnati I xcrpt SundaT No, runt daily No 4 runt daily from ill Ostium trrpt the ii...i,r.i ii.ii.Un' wlurh 11 dailv excrnl bundav. IV'HI.IIII f No 6dail exupt Sunday. am. I.cwiiiiiiwil Ually IJtlwt4.ll 0 Ir.cpt biniday I.eilngtnn Accoinmodation dai. No lO Pan and AirUca I'aru ly I.eavo Lexington 10 00 a. 7 4! p iu I.eaiucton "ii J3 p 111 I.ve Tan 111 )o p in 4 I.ve tulmiuith 111 t J7 p tn I" S4 Arr Cnviniiton 5 JS P 11 ou S 4S P m6 4j p 111 Arr Cincinnati On llieVlaytville Ilranch, No 10. leave I'ant ai 7 s$, a m ami No. la, at 615, P m, arriving al Mayiville at 10 in, a m, and 8 3, p m. No. t'ani al leavet Maytv lllf at 5 la m. i,rri- - '"K I,e ,? P m! 6 JS 7 P '"I 7 4J 00 p in 7 mi 7 5J 37 P Ol P 9 S 0$ l.nllllon I.e VV'mclienr " Diilr Jl i 1 'l-S,i 6 00 i 11 40 a n 4 p la (O p p 7 u p I o Dally Kx.i 10 n or. . Arr AahlaHil. o W'athiiiKton . jv a Philadelphia. to 17 a ao p Air New Vort . 1 " Catltttbur;. l a p to " lliinlinjlon ir jo p 10 " a 8 10 p 10 07 p 47 Daily, H 7 7 i.i p i 8 40 j Ao to p p in p t, a jo a a WKhl'llOUNl) I. u Huntington.. Dail) 6 so 0 25 6 37 10 j 1 4i,am 1 ' Catli'tthhurc Axhlaml ... I JJ P 6 4J pi 54 pl 7 l 1 1 14 "S 5 n btrrlms " WitKliraicr. Arr Lexington " Iiuitville Mt ij 5 05 25 tj j 1 8 p Fi 7 17 n Jo p 1 41 pa i5a u 511 pi 7 40 p 11 jo i P 55 ij Su ' p 6 P P ? a P7 is 1 ' that,-whil- e (Hobo-I)omocra- t. step-fathe- r, Limited Vc.tilnili.l 'I r.nin run daily ' lounrc lion with Chesapeake A Ohio "1 1 to Nw Vork. ran Mail I rami run dally and male local .tops betwffli I.mliintiiii .nd iinliiitoii IluntiUKlnii and Mnrehead AccoinmiMlatlotia ID 15 U in Accomnmdation; liair--i Cincin- - run daily, No Kilinouth I.rxinulou na'ticipm Arrivia lalinuulh 7 us p in dally Mt. Sterling and Miitihead and Lexington arid Anoiinnodatimii run ilailjr except except hi.nilay. iorta in. Arrivet Cin- - Sunday Nii 8 Leat lalmoulh 'I luoiigh Sleeping Cai tc and fiom VVl.hingtnn h,""!aiT,. tlnllati7 iiiihettrr fot and New orl witluut clunp. make coiineciion at N'n 11.2 N.N. A M V R'j , K. 11. po'iutt on regard full Nn. carnea ihroujth cart fiom Cincinnati to AcKorapply information illof this or to ritet, routes. , to any agent Midii'lesUorouijli and Cumberland Gap and all connecting lino nations and run daily. 'lli K. II UNTINC.TON, C I.. 1IKOWN, C. f.ATMORE, S. R.KNOTT, V H. and O M , t; J. A , Gn Pan. Ag. Irafue Manacer. I cxington, Ky. Orncial office, l.oulivllie, Ky W'.S HARRISON, O. W. HARNhV, Gen'I PaiiK'r At.. S. V.h. MORSE, G M., I.eaingteri.Ky. T r.A.,A,hland,Ky. Office Chamber ot Commerce Huildiuj, Cincinnati 111 V 111 1 1 l'il'"" 5S',"all'e,,,,, hi 'rt 0: T V, J'f Mr f , Ijfir n lie exterior Journal. THE LAW OF CHRIST. WOMAN'S WORLD. Ili'iirliii; Ono AiMillii'r'H llnnlniw I'lIU tlm Itriiniri'iiii'iilt. RESULTS OF THE ELECTION OF Vnnl says tho law of Christ is bearing OFFICERS FOR SOROSIS. A Man Worth $35,000,000 Tells How he ono uuotherV burdens. Christ Fays it is is loving your neijfhlxir jh yourself. It Got Rich. St ram n i; sirk lliibic Tlm jtinerlrun 'Yet, after nil," said Mr. Carnegie, "it plain tohee that tho two nro identical Wiiin.iii In I'urli llrrkit Itrfniin Isn't the man wlio does tlii work Hint Isith tho sumo law. Ono who loves his iicij,'hborlMirwhiH burdens mid is glad to I'miitn .slio Kiiim .'Miiii' Weak-n- e innki-the money. ItV tin- - mini who doit. Hit CareiT l.'ut Slmrl. get other moil to doit. This ii not the only law of Christ, for "I remember thnt not lor afb r my thoru ia another law prior t it to love The regular annual election of officers .irrivM in thi- country from .Scotland I, (loil; bntthis is the chief law about men, for Sh roais was conducted with grout hnvn m much to do with men harmony and dignity behind closed wh a ti'lt'jtrnjih operator Htul had news riwl to end ami copy. 1 for nxvhllw made that .liiinea tell us it is our love to doors in tho Sherry ballroom Monday our lieiKhhor that fa the tet of our lovtf afternoon. There was a llutter in the ix copies of tho report for "f a xveok. todod. It was not fiilse. tenehing that dovecote when tho curious scrilio defied The man iilnivi me, xvho xvas inadi AIhmi IJcn Adln-m'name lead all the statute and lookeil in for a moment closing one said Mr the livt becaum' he lovel his fellow tosw how wuinc vote when they linvo sbrcwdly, "didn't do any of the work, men; for he who lovoa (Soil loves his a chance. And this is the way it is and lie got S10 a xxik. That is the ueiithhor also, ami iNinvejely, ho wIkj done: Thtru is lwfore the election a It was FOinething not to he lost Iovmh his iieililmr lores (od. Lure ia caucus. 'which the women call a bu siwhen a nominating comll mm sight of and I Hindi- up my mind not to not iliridml; it U ono. ariiig otia iiitother's burdens fulllIU mittee i apiKiinteil to take chnrgo of forget it." the law- - of Chriat. it is not merely the the election. Tlm chairman of this com"TIiIh government," lit-- wld, "ix a mulaw of Christ, but it fills to tho full its mittee sends out to each member of tho res and itdoen not inakt Miiy ditlWcnre requirement, it is ln'tlcr than tho best lub blanks liearing the liM. of officers wlmt the hofn-r- t r xxishea of princei r.nd profession or the corrected belief. It to be choeu, and the uicmls'r fills them eroxwn! bend may be. it will alwayfr be is fruit lrarin, which i what Christ out with the names of her candidates n siirresH." wants. He is not content with llowers, and semi them in unsigned. Two canAsked lo give n trim story of his Mrug-gl- good as they are. but he iisks the perfected didates for each office receiving the most ainee. coming to Ameiica, the king fruit, which is love burden lamring. support are nominated and tho voting U(mI or is done by Uillot in tho regular way, of iron innnnfaetiiring thu Inrtmirnlly Believing t lie exact truth alsmt bis sou .lends Christ will not mivo us, for only that tickets are not printed and nnd pii!riimmaticallv euid: it tloen not sjivh the devils. And thedev-ll- each officer is voted for separately. "Scotch by birth; American every fibThis year, for tho first time in the hisami tremble and are lost. er xxny. I'ojn in tin village of Ihiinferin-lin- e It is a very remarkable fact that in the tory of the club, there was only one canWi yearn ago. Schooling amounted very connection in which Paul bids ns didate for tho presidency, Mrs. Jennie to nothing. P.ucnta oor. llotli work- Istir one another's bin dens and therein M. Lo.icr. who was elected by unanied hh cavern. Came to America xvheti fulllll the law of Christ, ho also tells us mous vote. Mrs. A. M. Palmer was selected in the same way as chairman of but 1.1 years old. Settled In Pitthurg. that aih one must bear his own burdens. tho committee on philanthropy, no opThe two statements seem at lirst to conKrrand boy on lVnmyviinin railroad flict. How can he say that each mut posing candidate living nominated and ricked iii telegraphy; in three years be- lienr his own burden, and then say a No the vote leing unanimous. Tho other came aasiHlnnt telegraphi r. Persevered. that wo must each lsar one another's officer apj"ariiig in the returns as sucKccuuio chief operator when IS began burden? Can wo all hear our own nwl cessful candidates are vice presidents, Mr. Llla Dietz Clymer. Ruth A Do yet all lssir tho burdens of others? to save money. and Relscca A. Morse: chairman There is no difficulty alsiut it. It is "Joined now with firothcr Tom and one of the blesed parado.xvnof tho Chris- and inetiila-- of tho executive counnit-t- s bonjtht small it on fmindry. iicgaiitnati tian "hie. The one who bravely and Mrs. I). S. Denison, K. Louiso ufacturu of nineltiug furnace. Called cheerfully bear his own burden, Romelia L. ClapV, Christina J. s them I.uex N. and I.ucy No. '. of throwing them on others, is jut Higby and loua Bird; lecording secreothers' tary. Mrs. Maude K. Clark; corre.sjKind-in- g enormous. Kxtcndtd btiincM on tho one who will Iw ready to secretary, Mary Damo Hall: treasiiNi, The man who shirks hm burdens all idex own burdens is certain not to try to help urer. Miriam I). Donne; auditor, Hester "Hecatiica million. liif bv introducing else, to his. ILu-- one's first M. Poole: musical director, Uenio Ii. any steel raila iucoiiutry. In twoyen'f nion-- duty one i to accept his own troubles and Rociiicld, and chairmen of the variou Mly of the btiHitHrf. Hot contract for griefs with Christian resnrnat ion, accept- coiuuiitteesoii literature, art, the drama, dexvloping all the large American f)i' ing thu blow, enduring tho pain, mak- science, education, house ami home and tenifi for steel rails. U.ui the price of ing no complaint of (Jsl, wearying no Vuine.s women, Mrs. Merrill, Isalielln raili from j'JOO dow u to '.' a ton to beat one eNe with tho sad tale of all his sor- Bird Chalmers. Lydia J. Wood, Dr. eotnpetitorfl. The latter part of '70V rows, but receiving it as the vi.o provi- Sarah French, Jeannette Leeer, Sophia a dence of ( iod. Such a one learns how to Cnrtivs and Llleii M. Van Brunt; chairmade money at the rate, of is him- man of custislia, Mary M. Borgholtz. year. Now worth between j:K),KK),000 lsar, and, having learned bow boHe can New Yorl: .Sm. self hid hmI. he can help other. and fcV,000,000. Hehhn Anieiicauman relieve them of .iit of their load, and ufactnriea own syndicate of papeia Sli'HinlliK ll.llilrn. can tell them where they also shall timl In small Kngliidi towns. Within the pat few months strength to the ivt. Paul was right crotij) has been unusually prov"Ambition ten yeatn ago to build and in coupling tho two together; for ho who own reproduction of old baronial ninth has learned JiiM tolicar his own burdens ident among small children throughout Nought the lands, has gained a "UjxTior strength which the city, and the children's wants in tho in IVnnexknnia. crowded and numerous hospitals have bad piano drawn, on death of mother makes his ow n burdens lighter, bur- with the little batterers from this able to liear tho makes him abandoned the idea. I'tomi-c- d her dens of ut hot. In weakness ho is made scourge. At tho Children's hospital, whenalo never to niairy while tdie strong. where they hae had a large number of Kept promise. lived. Married two Friend, do you see a neighlsir and cases, a new form of treatment is used r years after her death. Wife L'O eaia Jesus ba.s told you who your neighbor ia which has proved successful in V2 cent, of tho case, an extremely largo MnggcrinU under a heavy burden? xotinger, in an American lady " tho burdens you have carried projKirtion. At this institution, a soon as the chilBrokers' Technicalities and who has given you stiengMi toenrry them, so that now the burden is light. dren aro found to Ik-- sulfering from tho A Hull Is one who operates to depress, Jesus, who has Uirne the world's burden complaint, they aro placed on a cot, the value of stock that he. iiini buy for of sin, lets you fill np what is tiehind of from the four comers of which jades exii rle. his buideii bearing. Go and lighten your tend ujiward several feet. They are A Hear i one who scln locks' for overburdened neiglilior. Run, siH'ak to joined at the top by strijis, and blankets delivery, which he does not own at him, comfoit him, give him help. When are then thrown over the whole, comJesus was Waring the crus to Calvary, pletely iucloing tho jiatient. A small time of hale. staggering umhjrits weight, a stranger, leroeiie stove, on which is a large ketA Corner it when the Ikiirsi cannot one Kinfon of Cyrene, camo along, and tle, stands on tho floor at tho foot of tho buy or hot row Mock to dellrer In t hu took bold of ono end of it ami helH'd bed. Tho kettle is filled with a mi.xtur of their eonltaet.. o of gum caiiiphnr, oil of turpentine and our Lord curry it. What a blessed Overloaded i when the I'till ciiniint o Isdieve that Jesus water. that was. bike mid pay for the stonk they bao soke to him souiu word of thanks, sano This is brought to a boil, and a tubo iurrluuiMl, word of guidance that sank deep into his leading from the kettle goes under tho Short is when a person or mrty cell-- heart, lor wo aro told that his sons. Alex- blanket and carrier the steam inside, stocks when they have none, and expect ander and Itiifus, liecamo pillars in the where it comleiises on the blankets iu chinch. If wo help thu iHsireM, saddet great drop, the moisture and the fumes to buy or borrow in time to deliver. hoort to lxar it burden, wo are doing it of the drugs enabling tho patient to l.oiiir in when a person or patty lias a for tho Lord, jut as truly a Simon of breathe. plentiful Mipplv of idoekn. When the case i e.treiuely bad anCyreno, and wo shall havo a blessing. A Pool or iSiitu i a combination formIndependent. other instrument iused consisting of a ed t control the price of Mocks. small sjuiit lamp oyer which i a small voskol that nets a a boiler. On tho side A broker is paid to Carry stocks for his linlj llin IIimiK .l or.'. is a glass bulb tilled with bicarlMiuato of Amid all the controversy raging i uM"iner when he ha bought and is around the Bible in coiiMspieiico of tho odu, glycerin and water. A glass tulio holding it (or his amount. extends into t,V bed, ami is placed at "higher criticism," it will sound A Wash i a pretended sale by epeial to gio to all, "Study tho Bible the jiatieut's mouth. The heat from tho .inement between buyer ami boiler, for itmdf inoro ami mow." Tlm bNhop of lam jt causes the steam from tho liquid tlv purMist of ifvttiiiK a UOttlui London in Ids recent triennial visitation iu the tube to jut into tho boiler ami il urged upon his clergy tho iiiqiortanco of then through the second tiila lo tho l'ut and Cull i when a prpn ires Bible knowhslge in dealing with the sick, patient mouth. Philadelphia Record. much per rent, for the option of buy-iii- thu dying, the ignorant, the erring and 'I In- .m rlnoi Wiiiiiiui iu Tails. Hu lH'ggcl them to lay it or seliitiK o much Mock on u certain thff doulHei Tlw American woman is evidently to heart that it wa tlw imperutive duty fixed dav. at a price tfxed tho' day the destiiitsl to jilav an iiuortaiit jmrt in of HotttMinp Uand- - of every man BibleCoil to W constantly the higher vptioii m aivfii. life of France and with all the aids studying the forced into iKmfc. Italy. The fact has which he could obtain (or that study-t- hat tho Bible should I for him tho notice by the marriage of Mis Mattio Tiie lutuiumetit rointiHiiorHtinij the book from winch illustrations, examples, Mitchell to the Due de la RtKdiefoiicnld. I look around 1 see nothing but virtues ami th la burs of the pioneci prvcepu, wurumg and, aboo all, e As American wives, although they assimprtaiher, David l.'ice, will make Mill A readily gathered. of love l nig ilate so amazingly and tlieir French is them to consider how more irloriou that little pot of eaith at He entii-ntts- l forget tho land of their so good that s it was to depend upon old Piiuvillu where stands already tho shaft that wero fading out of tho mind, birth. .Mine. Ribot and a dozen others marking the achievements of Kplirniin it was to use with iu high juditjcal circle aro thorough Mh Unwell. It does not much matter, and how imposiblu ollect the icpetitiou of passages that had American, and at a charming party havo as a historical nicety, whuthcr the become sta'e to them simply by their given tho other night by thu Marchioness first 1'iesbyterian chinch t reeled in Ken- constant reference to thoin, and to tliiiin of Anglesey nee Miss King, of Georgia there i:ii nothing but transatlantic tucky wiiH erected at ilarriNlbur iiiOi.'-tbo- r, alone. If they weio to uso tho Biblo full of life anil refiney married lsautie 7S:t, or at Danville in the rightly in their ministry, it was ary that tlieir knowledge of ment. The (jiiirinal court is just as 17SI: the claim of David Rice to American, and even the patrician grateful i emeinbraiice lest safely ujon it should always bo fresh. Sunday at one American princess iu tho Home. bU reat work as teachei and preacher jHTson of Mr. .Mackpy's daughter in ('iii.iliilli'ii lir Aki'iI Tin Itliioii.. iimoiiK the miiyli tliutili honest pio their illustrious family. It would bo invidious to make comtieers of the State. Louisville Tinu h. work which a Christian man does The in hi closing years ot life often has a parison in this connection, but 1 cannot Ifobert Shaw, a Monl'.'omery tobac- spiritual vitality in it which that of his liolji repeating what an American diployesterday; "Tho fact," lib co grower, has pn exhibition at Ml. ster- busier manhood had uoL Lookurs on matist said may not estimate it so, but perhaps tho leinatked, "is that the American girl ling a twist which measures IS inches "witness ot tlie spun iivk'S. x prize can live iu a Hat and takes to hotel life; in leitf.'tli ami four in circumference, every hour of mellow thought and rest- the F.uglMi girl is too long falling in, maili out of White Hurley. ful prayer which sometimes have given and although her body training is slio ha not thu cunning The liitct crop report says S(X),(XK),. tome. A suggestion here, an inspiration 000 biihel ot cory remains in funnels there; a bit of poetry, lhythmiu or not, bujierticial attributes iu tho way of dress hands, worth iibout 11J cents in Chicago now, and a prayer then, seem to lietokcu that my fellow countrywomen have." bushels March 1, 'HI, a ripening soul, even a coruscation of in- Paris Cor. Loudon Time.. iifaiust by a glowing heart, tellect, at an average value then of 51 cents. and to struck out fact that some of Illi'ss Krlollii. distloso the Two yeais ko corn was worth only L'SJ (Hod's Im'M uses of a mail niaycoiuo after However much intelligent women may yield to tho tyranny of fashion, cunts there. he has begun to feel ino.st usoless they recognize the tact that comfort Professor Austin Phelps. "We are poiiii; to have a Iito spiim:' and health aro the last things with f. which that fickle goddess concerns this year," said Mr. Hicks, anxious to (:ni:i'i alio". Indeed, they know, and long havo stave oil tho sprinu clothes question. nlupcd sliivtl bt;iul to TUo Into that thou known, that the modern dress of their tliec, "Then I shall have to havo another Tlio toncuu which thou hast timcil nhill chaut neris positively injurious iu both these winter bonnet," said M in. Hicks', And thy iraUe, roqjeots. then Mr. Hieka wished he had staid in Auil tlilno own linime, iho Iiiunurtal soul, It is pitiable that this should be so ot Slmll consecrate herself to thcu forever. tho frying pan. tho hebht of modem civilization, ChrUtoiiber Smart. I Cler-iiiii- ii - " 1 Crigi, - !.," dif-lercn- '' s ims-ting- . e n CbrN Ian enlightenment and physiological knowledge, when nearly 3,000 years ago !ie women of (Jieeco fnmishod tho wori.I wih the highest ideal of tho fomale form, clad in robes that gave freedom to every limb and tho fullest play to every iutetunl orga. seems to defy the Almighty. Beginning whu the liotios are soft and jiliable it itmNtu on diminishing tho of the chest and its jviwer of The reault is that rejirntio!i is interfered with, the liver is badly crowd-- 1 r.jmn- - -- wnncrimes, iu fact, pt in tw-while tho abdominal organ are forced into unnntimil whieh lead Mlmost inevitably to serious diorder. But it is a aatisiactiou to know that women are realiaing more and more the galling and sinfnl character of this servitude. Indeed, dies is already among the m nguixitl iuovements of the age. Nor i it in the hand. of "cnuik," but in those of broad minded women, who the uoceseary limits of the reform mj) Tiie reform i'. gir.h.ering moinentuin lioth in P.iiglnnd mid in this country. It is something that the word and the idea are becoming everywhere familiar among u. and that practical measures are in jirogress for its success. The study of phyiology iu schools is helping it. Youth's Comiiauion. Fi.-hi- oti ty al-mio jiosi-tha- i, after a six years' sojonrn in Kurope, whero she devoted herbolf to studying what Ls best in French, German and Italian methods of teachlngvoc.il music, has returned to her native country anil taken a jnisition in ono of tho leading conservatories. According to Miss statement, any ono xvho can talk can sing, and all that is necessary is a coiujH-teu- t teacher, an industrious jiupil and time. She Mackenzie, that there is no reason why a child of six or even years should not bo taught the right method of oice production, though slio would not advocate the same kind and amount of daily practice that might bo employed with safety by an adult. Nexv York Advertiser. E'-an- s' -- KZHSsTO- hand s : I ZBOlrT. King Boy is a dark bay, r years old, 10 high and is an elegant combined hoi-- e He xva sired by Horton's bay horse, he by Dr. Ilerr's ilainbrino King, dam by Steamboat, oxvncd bv Chcdxvell, of Virginia. The dmn wa raised hv Sto-ph- in !aiiipon 'Jd dam original Denmark, who run 1(1 consecutive miles in a isce at Nexv Orleans; ttli dam by sir Elliott, .'ah dam bv Grav Eagle; (!th dam by lUwmd. Will niiikc tin- - ins,ni L iijf (lt my farm, the old Win ikdl phce. live miles from Stanford, by lt dniu bv Frank' by original J"im Bell; Wol-for- d J5 dam Tint Dniiilnii Veil. jre-jMir- At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. At the same hue voiing jack. will e xx La-mut- er Dcin-ores- t. 1 fctic-cot- In-a- r o l'ir Among the striking novelties for the feminine customers is a nexv veil that ia sujtposed to play a double jiart enhance the beauty of the and half conceal her identity. Tho hitter it hardly does; the former effect it certainly will have when put on, as it should be, xvith the thickest jKirt coming well 1k?Ioxv the eyes. This far it i only shown in black, and has thicker and of a difthe ferent net to tho under jiart. the upjwr jiiece ending in scallojw or a straighter edge. It recalls rather the effect of a mask, though it is of course jierfectly traiinjiareiit. " As any becom1'iniin. ing novelty is sine to bo a success the A jiroblem which wears ujon the gray devotees of Dame Fashion will jirobably mutter of tho brains of many society gee that tbi little veil is not neglected. women is the selection of german Dry Good Kconomist. fax or. Fans are going out of fashion for favor, but now and then somebody Wlwt Biul Kllihon Sushi-- . them, and the designers' brains The long riblwii sashes reaching to tho are taxed to fill the bill for something edge of tho gown continue in vogue, not i ie An odd deign a fan favor at only for evening, but for street dresses. a fancy dres cotillon givi n recently. It Sometimes the ribbons simjily start from was a jialni leaf fan cut iu fanciful the shoulders, and fall almost to the fcbapes. Coxcred witli tinsel and tied slge of the gown; again, they are with bows of ribbon, the design brought front, cross over the corsage, neat and very ett'ective. come around under the arms high up to Bags of brocade aro jiojiular at Tuxedo. the center of the kick, wheio they are They are cut iu fancy shajs-- and tied, arranged in small Ihmxs, while the long as usual, with jilenty of rihlioii. They ends reach quite to the edge of the skirt. aro intended to Is hung on the bucks cf By the by, to be effective, thee decorathe fair recijiients' chairs as a catchall tions should 1k of velvet ribbon. for their fan, handkerchiefs and such Ladies' Homo Journal. favor. of small size as can lw stored iiudi-ntaii. upi"i-jxntion Mnd niv fine ' ' 4 stand A He i? Iiy an imiioiti-- Spai.ish j:ick.ha a line body mid Inri,e Imok-- . ifo xvill V.jj At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. lien xrill be retained on colt till season money i paid; if mnre is parted xtith season becomes due. 10 H l.s. PHILLIPS, Walnut Flat. WALLACE DENMARK 55. !" BY lii'i-ina- hands high. Sl'MPTER DENMARK, JR xx- -. s IlebyGoddaid's Denmark, he by Gaines & Cromxveir Deniniirk. he by the race horse Denmark, lie by Imp. Hedgefonl. dam Fannie Wallace No. "0, by Sir Wallace, he by Todhunier's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thoroughbred.) 'J dam by Virginia idam of Virginias by Trail by, thoioiighbtciD; he by Mason's Whip. :i dam n Whip mare 1 ji "i $15 the Insurance. s LEXEL 262. :S inontlis old; hi hands high. e BY WALLACK DKNMAKK .". (See of Wallace Denmark oo ) dam Mag 'AT. bv Vidctte bv Vindex, he liy Blood's Black Haxvk, he bv Did ped.-igre1 nlxx-ay- s away Tin- - pub-lifllie- d In-a- r mem-braneo- ii Ik-c- ls-tte- r ls-r -- n fulfill-meii- ser-ic- " lishment of free kindergartens in the city if Sarah B. Coojier, the successful founder of the kindergarten system of San Francisco, will take uj the Mrs. Coojier, hoxxx'ver, feels that she cannot leave tho great work in San hundred and sbcty Francisco. Txx-thousand dollars has lwen given to it during the past txvelve years, and sixkindergartens teen of tho thirty-txx'XXVilklll-ss- . Sill KlIIIHs .Mull's Sjn'iiking of art, knoxv an art writer have been liberally endowed. Sun. who lns littisl uji a unique corner iu her fainilx sitting room that xvonld charm shall IJlrto I'lopose? any man fond of a iiijo, a cigar or a A "j)oculative bachelor" has written chat xvith the clex-e- r hotes. It is a a lxiok to ausxver the question, "Shall sort of a divan fitting into a slight re- Girl ProjioseV" Ho takes tho affirmacess or alcove. A small black learskin tive and declares there is no sense in a spraxxi upon tlfV- wall at the back, just custom which jierinits a stujiid man to lieucnth a high whitlow. The divan i rojoso marriage to a clever woman and xvith a magnificent rolM'xvhich debars his brilliant sister from expressjnizzles nineteen out of txventy jxsiple ing her jireference. That women have a Texas cowskin, coal black and of great jirojiosed i asserted, and Queen Victosize. On the lioor at the fool or this is ria, Mine. Do Looji, Patti. Baroness a rug of a mountain lion skin a sjilen-di- d Mrs. Ilojikuis-Scurle- s sjieciiiien. And fastened to the me cited as illustrations. Indianapolis wall", xvoikiug in a sxvivel to the right Journal. and left, aro siqierb and highly jtoHMicd xxiiiiiiii i:iitot's. horns of the xvild coxv xvhoso hide j on Women editors are on tho increase iu are sitting on. the Fnited State. There are many The horn are ah and cigar stub and can bo lifted out ot tlieir known weekly tapers edited wholly or sockets and rejilaced at will. AImivo jiartly by women. And iu addition to them on either side are Indian relic these old ones there are several nexv litKach erary and psychological and Chinese trinkets, article has a hitory. Stretched at full xvhich havo lately been started. The, length iu tin cozy retreat, xvith a good jisychit is edited by Kiiuna'J. Nicker-sonand Poet Lore, which is to cigar and the conversation of a highly gifted it seems hard to believe the tudy of Shiikcnciiio and Broxvn-ini edited by Charlotte Porter and that there is anything worth living for Helen Clark. Detroit Freo Press. outide. Nexv Yorl; Ilendd. o A quaint conceit xvas shoxvn at one cotillion on last Nexv Year's night. Stick iu the shajio of long shepherd' cnsiks, enameled xvhito. xxere einjiloyed Near the lwut lmrt xxas a big lniucb of holly leave and berries tied xvith a boxv of xvhito satin ribUm. They xverejiretty and etrective. and much sought after by the dancers. Such faxors cost from Xexx fii'ttH'ii to twenty dollar?, a dozen. York Lislger. 1 .Money Is Iteiuly. Some of the wealthy citizens of New York have jdedged ifiO.OOO for the estab- Black Hawk. Vidette's Istda'iuby . '2 dam 15 I Julia Wallace, bv Sir Wallace, he by Todhuntcr's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert ttlioioughbrcd). dam by Virginiu, he by Mason's Whip. dam a Whip mare. Cannon Wliiji; I'd dam Gallatin; 3d dam Old Tiger. Vindex's 1st dam by Maiubrino Chief 11; 2d dam by Old Bnv Messenger; od dam by s m M Whip. o $15 the Insurance. New-Yor- k TOJI ROBINSON, Sun of Wallace Denmark above; 1st dam by .Miller' Deumaik, he by the race bore Denmark; hit. dam FloriV.el: '2d dam by Montgomery's Oliver; ."d dam by Old Dreiuion. Tom i a fine shaped horse, black with heavy mane and tail, 1.1 hand high, i a natural Middler and xvill war- - cox-erc- rant him a saddle breeder. $8 the Insurance. stuck committed to my care and bleeding ill uccive my personal attention, (irass furnished at reasonable rates, to be paid for before removal of stock. No responsibility for accident or escajie. Patting with stock forfeits insurance. xx Bimlett-CouttHiin- d , i a J. STEELE CARPENTER. 0 r., Hiistonville, Kv. -- :! noxx-.spaji- THE F. I RILEY B. HOUSE. dex-ote- d London, prt).ind Good 77 RILEY, Proprietor, - - - Kentucky. g, med. (Jiw have infixed to my ne Hotel anil am bettei tlntii evor to .(Ccoiumojate the public. I.ixcry attached andexery ronvomence di me oil. I Hit t'lireer Cut lmr. Clarti Barton. jireident of tho Red I have just learned of the death in Vienna of Leila Risley, of this city, who Cross of America, rejiorts that under xx-a Vl'liat Hie lli'il Cross XX'iiiiieii lliiMi Dunn. FRANK KII.CV. a promising dinger, a jiujiil of s.Mrs Pro-f- i 1 ad-vic- o ti u' - 1mh-- ii mc&-wg- I 1 1 ineiii-orie- Wilder mid Rev.ud.of Brooklyn. She made her debut in t hi city at u conceit, and after a short residence iu (Jul- ri'tou xvetit to Vienna to jierfect hert liiiisiral education. Slio studied nmler the lest teacher in Vienna, and iu the musical circles of that city she was ooii celebrated lor juirity of tone, compass, and suijmthetic quality of voice. Themanagorof theBiula the young artist tor the national Hungarian ojiern. but her last at tho ojH'ra in Paris last siicees xear. She xxa to hax'o sung at Covent tlardeii during the Loudon season of I SIM. lint xxas proveutisl by the illne from xvhich sh never recovereil. She letiirned to Vienna hist siinuner for medical treatment, and everything that friend and medical skill could do xvas done, but iu vain, for a fexv days ago death camo a a relief atter months of Mitl'c ring. Brooklyn Fagle. sti-eiitPethoi-erahoiiw's(cure- the auspices of tho Red Cross :()() of grain are now ready! o bo trans-po- i ted free bx the railroad to anyjKitt xxdieiv a ship can be uiaib ready to carry it aciis the ea. Ioxx-- women tiro very eiithniatic in this relief work, and the contribution received by "her for the ha come in small sums, and mostly from women. Washington Letter. car-lona THE SHBLTOH HOUSE. K iXVI.AXI). -- KY. T- m M . This Itcii.c has I ben rellltrd Itnou.luut ; ha A LIVERY ATTACHED. m Ci l't iii.ii lit f nm siil.cl'cu J. W C.XRUIKK, l'r il s lor I'wsiilriit. .John lIiKker, of Hartford, suggest. men that as we havo had twenty-threpresidents already, it is fitting that a xvoiuaii should no xv 1k called to the jdace. He name Mary A. as a ibsiniblo candidate, and says ho is confident that sho would govern tho country a well as George Wahingtou over did or any other man. Exchange. .X XVoiiihii SSTRAV. I ",tA V, v e nln- - ) i i h .rg-'- s 4- liaxc in my poist ion a ilhI and white C I h. liypaylm untold ii.inrmti unit ti.r i Ins .utv rrik.i ment C A It I II" IN IIIO-N- , Cn I'nLinl ptl'T ,.'. 1 1 Lix-enuo- re THE HEW WEBSTER c 'm 1 um-mer.- alo-lutel- lUH-e- r Colon-mislu- m 1 elega- nt-enough, lihii-sel- f. lier-M'l- lit .spring at Home. The xvoiniui who loves tloxvcr. yet xvho cannot at this seaoii nfi'ord to indulge her taMe, should go afield as the buds begin to swell. Let her gather lilac and spray of young birch, branches of botch, xvild jiluin, juissy willoxv, cherry, foisythia and wistaria. Then, if she havo a sunny wiudoxv, let her set the bare branches in a mih of warm tnot hot, not tepidl xvater on the windoxv ledge and patiently axvait development.. Her jiains will soon bo rewarded with an abundance of bloouis, small, it is true, but jierfect iu form and color. As the xvater ovajiorates care must betaken every second day. to till uji the Using, ot course, xx'arm xvater. A far a jHjssible keeji an even tciujieraturo and avoid draft. The writer recalls case where a bunch of jiroinising buds through Abe xvas completely sjioiled cnrelossiiosb of a servant, xvho left them in tiont of an ojien windoxv for half an hour. Her Point of Viexv iu Nexv York l'lniwl's ill Ada Rehan, tho acties. is said to bo She owns enough stock a rich in a Nexv York milroad to give 'her a seat among the directors, has several good mortgages, and owns a .$.'1(1,01)0 house iu an excellent location in New York. Mine? Bodichon bequeathed sVi.OOO to Girton college and sVi.noo to Bedford college, lwith P.iiglih scluud for women. .Mix Dickinson, of Fairjioit, N. Y., ha given $10,000 to Oborlin college to be added to tho general endowment fund. WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL ,-s DICTIONARY tI jut CVTor V Covrr. iml IteSvt tr-.rtlLLY ABREAST OF THE TIMES. A 1 ho tRAND INVESTMENT iiirrxi-ry iu thefoim of lumjiaof salt in the sherbet or cream. Alxvays jmck your fieezer before liut-tin- g iu the mixture to be frozen. Tin xvill do away with many crushing disap-jiointmeut- Kmiiily Hint Atitliciille XXVInIrr'. I'imljrtdcKl 1KU4, llit'tioiinry. iniirllnc 'TO, unit 'M4, tall (till t'ii;rii:lilril) hm brtii tliiirnuiclily rriitril ami riilitri;cil, loulrl'tlir MHirrWtlon of NorIi Vorlrr. ! it D.H., 1. 1.. I)., of YhIf I iilvrr.Ur. turof h illktiiiKiiiiiliiiip tlllr.)i-Hi- k The girls of the Woman's college, Baltimore, liavg de nled to don the c.iji and goxvn. They aie to lie xvorn on all college days and on all college If the feet becoiuo frostbitten soak them for one half hour in a strong, hot solution of alum watei. and if ono is not enough txvo xvill be a cure. , ttllrill, nun rlHl lliiirt-ricopy WEBSTER'S International Dictionary. Tlit-- xxiitL. f iriklnti iit'i'iinlcil nmr f. tiin n mil b vaoo.ouo apjili-catio- n Tiniea. leto and Any (ilU Vthu Can Tutk .Mity slug. Buffou told his friend that his wife A line example of bright, luclepcii'lcnt had a gieat iutlueuco over his eomjiosi-tion- . youug American womanhood is Kath-arin- o "1 am always roheshed and aided Wi Evans, a Rochester girl, who, bv her advice." "i.t f s'i iil'i usj ii tucrei'li'.-couiuratil. tnri1i '. i rJill'ii of iin'txariiim nuirL. i. Vebtcraro tiwiien Ktnl nftt n lv niisr- ' nrmn'i GET THE BEST, imprint of Thelntermtlonal.xxlii Ii , -- SOLD BV ALL BOOKSCLLCRS. I'Hlllihln Sfi fty l tl I ii hli-r- s . Ckiitiuit Is III lur. ''..Mm; iivi-iii'i ririnlril mt iiriiilril. t Iliiill u llilliillril rilltul ovrr lirlorn tli- - nrt t a. i- c. MKnni.vsi x :o., .Siirlnglklil, .XUti.., i'uiiiihi-r. I . A. V . . r. i.jr i ,Jt . V s s v IP C' f ' r vt J L & k,Vv Hf I. -- r-- ... uif.-:smi ..... Tuti. icj'iiuillnll CUMO luiicuuuii vii' Rifle Austin has taken charge of the The entertainment at Janio-Wasa a ii paufzed by the selection of Senator Ki- lonthe Hustonville and Bradfords-vil- le Institute Friday night was well attended turnpike, recently vacated by Pat and enjoyed by all present. The exer ward Parker as ti'inporury chairman, who retired after appointing tbfi several McKeou. MiRses Annie and Sue Baugh cises consisted of music, both vocal rtml April 1,1892 Stanford, K v., committees. Mai. A.T. Wood was re inau, of Stanford, and Kddie Adams, of instnimental, recitations by the prfpils ported for permanent chairman, and he Danville, were visiting Mrs. J. K. B.tugh-- , and a discussion of the subject of capital was elected, with Sam J. Roberts, Of man this week. Win. N. Dodd sold his punishment by 1 H. Taylor and F.lburt P. Wesley. The Middleburg Cornet 15.mil Lexington, Mvretary. Col. AV. 0. Brad- family horse to Dr. Cheatham, of 5450. Mrs. Dudley Bowman, gave a touch of Its skill ns a ley, Georte Denny, John Keland and and to do the boys justice, they play Jordan C. Jackson were then chosen del- nee Dnnlap, has been with Miss Sullie egates to the Minneapolis convention. Cook. Tom Saunders, of Danville, came extremely well for the sboit time they And wo can show as nice an Jackson is a negro and wn selerted at up this we k to see oue of his lady nave neon m practice. Alter tiie exeras the people have J annul of last Mon- - the dictation of I'ol. Hradley, after it was friends Mr. F. H. Kddy, a very elegant cises mentioned were over, a promenade Is the Courier day, the I'Sth, are published cards of found impossible to get (ieorge W. lien- - and courteous gentleman of Birming- was gottenup, in which everybody, inHons. IJoyd Winchester and John M. try through. Judge Vincent lloreing ham, Ala., is yet in our midst with the cluding such old bald heads as Rube Atherton, announcing their candidacy received unite a large vote for a plaeiy wonderful invention, the phonograph. Stnton ami W. 1. Gann, took part, until for the iosition of delegates to the Chi- - nut lie went down with John Henry He has certainly been appreciated by a late hour, until eadilaft for his or her With refreshing can- - Wilson, John W. Lewis and other-"- . The the community, kr his patronage has lioui" feeling th.i it was indee.J good to cago convention. been exceedingly large. Messrs. James ue mere. All Styles .im! Colors of dor and courage they state their views as' platf oi in i.s very brief, contenting MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. to principles and men. They are for with indorsing and instructing for Hat-- Coodeand James Allen are funning rover Cleveland, they aie for tariff re- - rison, lauding the McKinley hill.eud'irs-form'- , with the tinny tribe down on Uieen Mifs Kate Hail, one ot Stanford's of which he is the embodiment, ing reciprocity and a vigorous foreign river. prettiest and loveliest girls, and Mr. T. DANViLLE. and they are for relegating the silver policy and protecting against the free F spink, n moral vomit: man ot tine question to the rear. A large majoiity coinage of silver. The district delegate Home-Spun- s. The Centre College base ball team, business qualihVations, formerly of Lou. of Kentucky democrat", we are satisfied, for the Sth are D. U. Codier and C. K. which is to play at Georgetown Friday Isville, but now train dispatohei on the are of precisely the same way of think-- ; Unrnam and froui the 11th James Den evening, average in weight li't) pounds. Xoitheru'raciflcat Keedles, Cat., will be ng. Wo want to try issues with our re- - ton and A. If. Dyche. For a republican At noon to dav, Thursday, Mrs. Is- married at the residence of Mr. John M. publican friend? just for once on the on- - convention it was more harmonious than . was noted Hail next Thursday and leave at once aac Shelby, whose Hint's ly great question between us, and we could have been expected. Col. Brad-waTuesday, was thought to be much for their far oil' hom. The wedding to try that issue under the leader-- ley had thiny.s his own way, except in will be a very quiet one with only a few worse. Bhip of the truest and boldest man in the selection of Denny, which does not Messrs. J. S. Owsley and W. A. relatives and clos fu'ends invited Chi-- , amount to much with most of the A delegation to public life ' Tribble, of the Stanford bar, were in not inspired by this feeling would gates Bradley men. The convention CHURCH AFFAIRS. ' town Tuesday evening. Mr. Owsley has We hope journed yesterday. Kentucky. many admirers in Boyle county, who Rev. W. K, Fdlis requests no to state Messrs. Winchester and Atheiton will Ho.v. Holer Q Mills resigned his heat would like for him to be the next that he will begin on next Sunday night be ent as delegates. We need such men in the Lower lion.se of Congress, Tues- prosecuting attorney. a series of sermons for young people and there. They are not only in line with Rev. W. Y. Sheppardand family, oi that bis subject on that occasion day, to take one in the I'pper. He was ill be, the overwhelmingsentiment of the State, serving his 10th term as Representative the Hpiscopal church, have moved into "Weighed and Found Wanting." ability and of ..f'N.. but are men of conceded of the 9th Texas district, which would the residence on Third street recently Rev. W. K. A mold and wife lelt the highest character. have continued to honor him as long as purchased tor a parsonage. MU Anna terday to vidt relatives in Bourbon. M. D. McInersey, a member of the he desired ollice. B the way, many of King, fiom the northeastern part of the Arnom iix? oeeu in nan iicaltn lor Legislature from Kenton, and (5. W. Crisp's followers are beginning to kick county, is visiting Miss Florence Down-to- time nnd hoprs bv a week or two of rer In bull; and paikaj !' this city. Mrs. S. J. Harlan is vis. reatiou to legidn his strength. Theie Curtis, clerk of the revisory board, took themselves for not electing Mills Speak- to er, since he has gone back on them in iting friends, in Louisville. will be no pteacly'ns at his church next two women of questionable character Seed Onion. Rev. I. M. Blaney, D. I)., of Frank Sunday. cw Georgetown and stopping at the Lancas- - the silver business. The meeting at the Christian church Goods, fort, was in town Tiiesdav and Wednester Hotel, registered as John Bartman Thk National Democr.itat Washington day visiting his im, a college student. closed Sunday ntght and will go down nnd wife and 11. D. Wilson and wife. has been revived, with Gen. Duncau S. Mr. C. 0. Fox and family, who removed In the history of the church as the most These gentlemen are members of the Grub niul Sprouting Hoes, &c. Sec our -- uarantccd solid stid Hoc Legislature and married men and on Walker editor and RolfeS. Sanders man to Lexington a few mouths ago. have re- iviuaikable revival eer heW here. Rev. for 5c. .Most anything you want in Shelf I l.mlv.irager, and is dispensing good demoerutic turned to Danville. Col. Tom M. Green I. J. sjuncer, the regular pastor, carried heariug of the matter giew very angry. Lnrijc stock ol Huggy, WaKon, Stock and Kidinc Whips, bought i ' They laid the matter befoie Gov. Brown, doctrine as of yore. Such a publication aud familv arrived from Maysville to- - the meeting through three weeks unas- is needed at the capital, which is short dav, Thursday, and will hereaiter make sisted, and the results me very enronr- rect from factory. who made short work of firing Curtis, ' ot uemocratic papers, lhe new mnn-t- o Danville their home. aging to the cause of chntiftiiity. Theie and the Legislature adopted resolutions a wer 122 additions. Winchester Sun. Mr. l'eter Lowrie, for ninny appoint a committee to investigate U'ement announces that it will fill out L. K Francis, the blind follower of action, with a view to il11 t'i' unexpired subscriptions without citizen of Danville and partner of P. A. Mr. Mclnerney's Marks, in the merchant tailoring biisi- - the Illinois Dutch Christ, Swienfurth, his expulsion." It is hoped that this further charge. K. He often ness, died at Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday died at Rich'iionl, committee will do no whitewashing and THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. night, of Bright's disease. He wa- - about ' declare! that he would iievnr die, as that the member will be as summarily; Thi- btst Chillwl Plow made. The bill to prohibit Sunday ba-- e TOyeaisold and a kind hearted o'd Christ w atrea tv up hi tint earth, but dealt with as the clerk. It was a most by thi time, and unworthy of a ball plajinghas ben favorably reported Scotch gentleman. H was never mar-- he probably known idiotic proceeding , Uraced 1'atcnt l'oint. N'o strain on point-bolt- ; . f nia-ried, but leaves several iiauieakei. a Francis was for M years a myntli-- r of th one who was mon-.- , to the House. . the best material. keying as a gieat reformer, having just The House p.isse the bill providing number of our citiseiis having named Christian chunli and w.i-- at one time before his disgraceful escapade tntroduc-- that three fourths of a jury in a civil suit their children for him. Mr. Marks left j very wealthy, but g.ivu all ho had to the guarantThursday to attend the funeral, which Illinois imposi-- r. ed hilla to suppress pool selling and the can return a verdict. of obscene litera- issuing of an kind The Senate has reduced the time is to take place Friday. The editor oi the itlue Orass Blado B. G. Fox, live stock agent, sold'thi from three to two years in which suits tore. i in jail in 1'ariV for libeling Rev. J. j. Ki:kbkncies. J. H. McAlUtcr, D. H. Stagg, J. H. .McKir.my, week for W. T. Robinson, to H. C. for bastardy can bo instituted. wee i ley Win. Heck, Urns. Dawes, JefT Hill, Howen Ctvens, The Bland silver bill has been put to Hay-len- , The House has adopted tho section Tliomas, of Rridgepoit, Hi., one Ralph l'axton, ..f Pans, aged ..'!, was sleep in the house of its friends ami by f Hibb, A. C. Cowan, II. A. adjudged a lunttic, made so by exces- llolhs Carrier. John Cash.NK. H. Jones, jack for 700, for R Cobb to John the election bill to prohibit the sale of C. Drye, liowen (lover, Geo. Henedict, etc. I;or sale by a friend, so let us hops it will be everliquor on election day, and it h hoped Huguely, of Buigin, a .5 year old jack sive cigarette sue. sin. lasting. Speaker Crisp refused to susRobert Fl.iiinngdii, railroad black forjsOO. Same dealer assisted J. H. Jorthat it will become a law. Tuesday night smith at Ron land, di-tain a cloture rule unless required by a Legislature adjourned to goto dan, of Atlanta, to buy It! bead of horses ill tltlCtltllltllit lift lnilVitll tt It, tft fl. tlio The mijority of the democrats, and Mr. ; ..1,1,1,,,,, the republican convention, and it cost in this vicinity, averaging ibout Bland is waltzing around on his auricu-lir- , At a meeting ot the of the the State 51,000. A Frankfort court onee each. These horses were shipped to Atcharging him with duplicity, deseradjourned to se-- an elephant swim the lanta Friday. D. N. 1'rewitt bought Danville Fair Association, K. W. Lee was elected staitir for the trotting meet- tion and hurling other uncomplimentary river, and it was upon this precelent, Tuesday from .Mrs. G. C. Duncan, of ing to he held in Augist. Mr, Lee has things at his head. The Speakei, hovv-- e probably, that this penseless adjourn- Lincoln county, -- 4 bend of ewes for been iiieiitinni"! in tins by A: lVoni 'er, defends his attitude and repels Mr. ment w.is had. (Several other aso'iHtioiiK of the Blue f 110. Aixl l.m. oln Crnintv li rull tti f.(.ntrihr hjn.l.umr.1 -S- enator Breckinridge informs the Kn,H t.,,rmt. Band's allegations, nut all the same, ml i'iiKt in il.Iy i, holasville and l W VI I FAI'I k .,r ferml in the f ( ...lr a K'lil uly have made a nice niesi of it, all of I.MEiuoii JoriiXAi. that his dibits toj Harrodsbiug, uid It s not likely that NEWSY NOTES. oe s ur at other which comes from Hying to thrust the have Casey remain in thin judicial dis-- his servu s w At A. E. GIBBONS',' DANVILLE, KY. A Cleveland Tarill Reform Club was silver question to the front at the ex by any means been made ,ll"'H' trict have not Mr c jIo furm.ii mi thr U.I PAIMs, OIL. VKN!iIls. t, . .., h orgauied at Memphis, which declared on his own motion alone. (aey has pense of the gi eat and only true issue of ., tl,4 hou.iuikr Stale l'rlnciiriiisio,lo0.riroBw.rk ISrii.r l. jrti.rgjj,, for Mr. Cleveland lor president. t. epfn-tarill' reform. It is well. r.l an.t )tirti il .an, (ml been in the same judicial district with D. B. Green, a C. it O. car inspecBoyle for "0 years, in the eatne Senate-- ' Get your Combinations Complete tuid Save Money. The women, God bless them, see.n t tor, suddenly fell dead in the drug house rial" distnct for about ." years, aud she hi trying to outdo themselves in this of Davis vt Robertson, at Lexington. wishes to leinain in both. He says that g iod leap year o'f our Lord, lS'.U. An General Dickinson since the agitation of the matter he has j Arkansas woman the other dav tried to predicts tint Mr. Cleveland will be noin- received two petitions from citizens of; ho d the record by producing four chilinated at Chicago without opposition. Casey, one containing 10 and the other j dren at a birth, when a Dakota woiiiiu .Tplf.inl.lti r?fiHn iviiu neurit nvitiniluit '.MO names, asking th.tt Casey and I'jyle threw her in the shade bv giving birth by eltH.tridtv at sillR On e oj the lar'tst and most cotnril ti st )ik ; N Y; for tl(. M n's--, Hoys and do not part company, lie says Jiiither . ... ,!r0(,klvil , to the same number, one at a tune, for ( Children s that as Casv'fl onlv representative in four ilavs. Now comes Mis. Smith, of j.,st j,,v the .senate he is bound to obey her wish-- ,' ),,,,; who vjm them Holly Springs, Mhs. UilUr(M,, am, BinkillK es, even if his personal feelings were not two b,tter Co flf both and goes them en-, u;((, ,( R )vm jn . in accord with them. Hr litter of s.x are all boys am she andof the Georgia diiecto.s of the The democrats of Danville met at1 they are doings well as coul he ex- ,., r.vcT orougui to mi- j.ast jvtui ol tlu i unit Mso .i large uil will v a, rm.iverH. the court home W.'lnesliiy night and1 peeled. The boys have been named ,.,, (J, lurIM, Mjln,,al th assortod toik of (utoin M.iiU .mil F.ist- ni old board of council- the Ive Jackson, andom, (,.ant,.SI,ennai, ,W,H alm0,t,I,(.tl.oy,ll ,,y firo. T,e men, vi.: For the:M ward, Hubert Me- nnd Bnell loss of hie will probably reach .'00, and Goodwin and James S. Chrisuiwn; .5d up his assertion -- o.0(X) families are homeless, Is order to bolster ward, C. R. Anderson and Tim Murphy, A I rpj ' . Irr liilie-- l .( lrl A bill to reduce the tarill on tin that it would be suicide to nominate ei- M ll ful. 5th ward, James L. Allen and B. O, Nil III 4cn nK il rr - jjtli -ltt iiniitiit rl 'or both ladies ami jjf ulinu-n(all .uuUvtmiue mir stock btf.-rand ther Cleveland or Hill, Mr. Watterson is ' plate to cent a pound and to make tin Rode.stith waid, H. II KIN(. V')W I'rR CO , . Sen i.rK repio lucing in triple leads extracts from plate free after October 1, 1SIU, will be II. Harri. Mesms. l'eter ("ilcheramJ J. it i r. piirthasjn t j our SptiitLj (JooiN. ny kind of an obs.'iiro sheet which en- - tavorably leported to the Hoiine. with the R. Dodds were complimented The examining trial of Robert Tiorscs that position. If Mr. Wattern u SALI-:- . nomination of the M ward, which is head the Kentucky delegation ridge, for the killing of Jesse Davies, was largeh republican, Mi republican voters to Im.- II U. .,rTi r f..i ,,!.. t h..m. .. j.l ,.l t to the National Convention lie had bet- - held at Somerset, and Kldiidge was held having registered to 10 democrats. In .uiAi.iUtl.' mii Iiii ii . ill. .nut In Sieii.Hil 1I..Hu i. mm. ter jump on the platform announced by over for the grand jury in $ ,000 tiond. the Rh ward the dcinocrits made no ..inrv contain-fiii- lal.N will .uidIh.kIw kilih.n nnd ..ullnillillni;. TO. ..r .... .i rvKiaiidiiuiiai.witiMiK'i, Mrn tn..ujli MR twn aJillti.iulVAX A Ks l"l Klot e ..:,.... ....I:.... builtllnc Seventy-livof the eighty counties :.. Mesra Winchester and Atherton. If liollllliauoils, me sMIli; A.lmr, DA he penists m his present posftion, he of Minnesota have held democratic con- i eonlilieans to "Jii democrats. In the 2d J 1) I'ANTOV. compelled to stay at home or not ventions, and of the ll'.t delegates o ward the registration was follows; Demmay be far choson 10) are instructed for Cleve- ocrats 2.V, republicans I, :'.d ward, demoFalls Branch Jellico Coal Co. go in an ollici.U capacity. land. 10, "th ward, deni. Miner, anil liii. t . f tin (il.NL'INK In Leslie county two of the Brown crats 2o, republicans A I'ltivarK note from Judge M. J. Dur, republicans .V, tith ward, ocrats-14ham, who is enthusiastic for Cleveland, brothers saot and killed Deputy Sherill' The election lemihlicins him Movd Slus'ier, who had been sent to hays the tide is turning so fast for ".Model Grocery' lor Iryit We ir iliv olc .'ent for sutiforil anil will be held Saturday and the following Drpot .triet .mil that he predicts that by the time levy on their property to secure a lino Tuesday the council will elect a judge, I'juI.hiiI Ollie.ormr cnit.in the convention meets at Chicago, Tam against them for selling moonshine whis- attornex, chief ot police, nerretan, treas-ureIIIOOINS A WA'ITS ky. assessor. and many will have realized the popular de in j HUSTONVILLE. mand and will put the "TOTJ MIDDLEBURG.ASEV COUNTY. nomination, which will he made iiiiani-- 1 .'I hat Friday was Squire Walls' court day ......!.. rr,. !., i...i:..... n.nf i.i.i. ,,B Saturday is "horse how day." If ' - at YoFemite. U'ib docket was light. , H" w,eat,,r Cleveland and tarill reform the demo-- 1 D. in ne on nami. I our oi kooii ones W. T. Dm ham and John .McDaniel Seeds crats are hound to win the piesidcncy. -- Dr. fiiecii, this eminent I'resbyti ri- have formed a pint nership iu the tave Keei Ih nket the bel 4 ml lutk'et variety of Hoes Thk Mississippi Legislatuie has lef us- an divine of Danville, will preach at this business. Fancy Goods, Fruits, ed to appropriate motiey for a .State ex- place Sunday ut '.I v. u. Rev. Charles M. S. McMullen, who was bent to Candies Nuts, Cigars World's Fair and it begins Powell will occupy the pulpit of the the Anchorace Aaylum some, six weeks hibit at the Aid lolrn-- o in ilic ily ' (o look like our hayseed Legislature will Christian church next Lord's day at 11 ago, is much improved and will be home follow suit. Kentucky ought to be well a. m. Uev. W. L. Williams, after sever- soon. represented there and if those who have al weeks' continemeut, was at church Uev. It. H. Brown preached at the 'I hat he a.io the chvjpcM toi I ot DFA'I.I.K the. power to make tho appropriation for Sunday. Mrs. America IJailey, who has Baptist church Sunday ami will continthey will fail to represent been quite sick for the past month, is ue to do sovon every It h Sunday until h it do not vole it improving slowly. Dr. Drye's condition pastor is secured, the prof pects for which their constituency. is still precarious aud his friends have seems very gloomy at this writing. The -, Thk 17. S. Senate has ratified the tiea-t- no hope of nil null that his recovery. H. 1). Yowell is chinch here has been trying to work in of'ei;tt.iM- fur X.C , andI.ard, he ex luiies I'otatocji, kwmU liatoti, IliHter, hgiji, with Great Britain in the Hehrinj: .s- etc , lor whl. h he puy the in Cincinnati this week in .search of a concert with that at McKinney in AND HONE. Keason question, without a disjcntinc has made all position as traveling salesman for this ecuring a pastor for both, and it miiis Highest Market Prices. Fine Watches a Specialty . "A11 work warranted. vote. The administration mitoftuif incident it can. Now let us immediate territory. G. D. Kyan weut that but little success has been achieved Oooitii dtlncred nnywhc rt in the city and hN dalI will take old gold or silver in exchange for to Somtiset to clerk for J. D. Swain. or will bo under that arrangement. ly trip made to Rowland. liave peaces goods Semi-Weekly Interior Journal ?... toll-Ri- te h SPRING CLOTHING ! IS ass-ortme- W. WALTON. Jutiis-ville.'fo- r music-make- r EIGHT PAGES. rrrrrrrr OUR STOCK COMPLETE Ever Seen in Stanford. it-- elf G Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. nt 1 to-da- y. dele-cag- o M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. m. "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" HIEMJjIDH Potatoes, Sets; Brand Mock of Steel Jloes, Rakes, Spaditi J'orks, Shovels, Picks, .Mattocks, - n, EteAMJIMi Morlhcni J j i i MoKIITITE? BBOS. gl The Vulcan Chilled Plow, .Mold-Hoard- 1 ' 1 1 Jtui UUast Jmproucmcnls. Satisfaction, eed, Ja. . I Sl-'aj- diuM-tor- s j J I WANTED. Five TliotisaiuI'Ladics cii(Ieiuaii Stanford , th-s- i 1 ( 1 ..-J- j i . j i . j JUST RECEIVED, CILOTHICNG, -- . . ......... . j ,,,, ... 1 tc . 1 -- POWDER Absolutely Pure j tt I I I .1 . i Kid-wan- ts DWISLUNC FOIt -. i W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. .() - V 1 t l'.l -- I ir IL, deni-neratxSt- i. Original Jellico Coal. I A. KIT ARREST Potatoes, Red and White Onion Sets, wil-ru.- iil i ent m D.OIT'T ISITCW N. Y. Seed . s JESSE WEAKEN Landreth's and Ferry's Garden iriBiilk and Paokages; also and Jiakes. . DOJX'T FORGET ke-- p I. ROBT. FENZEL PROMPTLY y Staple Groceries, And Provisions, WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY K '.? ,v j V Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Arnii. 1. l,ZaZ'Z''ry ance "" " Sever- Btakkoiid, Kv. 18!2 wrapotvir shown in this city. Come nnd we. the nicest line of spring McItobertH. Dr. J. B. Owsley sold to an Illinois tbe time for decorating your walls and you will find the largest anl jmrty the seven mules advertised in this prettieBt designs of wall paper at W. li. paper, at J97.W. Now is 1 WE ARE it Son. - i.o.WAi.TON,BU8.MDnaKer MEANS W.ti:i. Day boirdpi and have furnished room fur one youim nun. Mrs. lvatetuddtiar. i IU8INES8. &? t fc r m i. We have 75 dozen Ladies' Spring and Summer Underwear. A tbiukH it the same parties. Mr. Hamilsplendid stock of dress and undressed Kid Gloves. about 150 in .rooda are A magnificent stock of Gents' and lioj .' White and Neglige Shirts litre. oilcloths lace curtain, Ac, ton claims that cashj drawer was not uiiHlnj, but tbe Misn Ji.vmk Wmcrr.n I" VlhttillH in Is tbe buses! in the city. Jieveranee & and Boys' Waists. We still lead on White Goods, Embroideries and consist of Tbe foods Danville. Laces. Our last addition is a good stock Point De Gere or Irish ' touebed. rn.ors, rlothlnir, stolen sIioph, etc., Son. bat;, knives, i Mim An MihsSi'k Ilr.K.iiT Point and Point Dc Paris Laces. Jonx W. Cakiiikr ban jHnjted notices nnd tbe tbievi-- inut have bad a wajmn nie lisle. Our Lace Curtain stock is unsurpassed and ladies who want choice tbnt be will apply to tbe enmity court at to tnk' t bem away Mn. Wn.t. ltkium-- in in Louisville things must come early. lii'.s next term for licence to rutail lidding to bin spring Mock. FAV A I)VFJtTIEM E.VTS Gentlemen attending court would do well to bring their wives and Thk city council awarded the franchi-- e quor. tnk-ttM. M. Fi.kwu:. of ban let them examine our stock if they want to save money. of the water works to B. J. C. Howe, of For nieiot paint;, Indianapolis, at the letting Wednesday n position in tbe Ijoulsville Storo. Hkui'U'MnKiix. The street cars not yet being in operation, we say to Rail Road Sale-- A v, Cait. A. M. Pea licit, of tbe L. ii N, purest In id ami )lni'ed oil, nlahaHtine and night. He has 90 days to begin the i Men, hire a buggy and come up; we will more than save you the or mm t, . er ram'y ir !! v Tubi, still aud decorative taint, yo to N visiting Ids parents at KinRvilIc. ait, Hon of the plant, but says ho will and Woruincot I.I HLKK1NO. fiveu charge. All are invited to come. No trouble to show goods. W. I) M ltoU-rls'- . Mils 0. V. Hunt, of l'ineville, is milr wrt cf Lati on I exir ton piVr be at work in Icbs than .50 if everything r MutmLurj- Ky. iier inotber, Mr". Kniily Jones. toHk..sti, Dr.siAV, deputy tdientr of runs rmht. Stanford and Mm. V A. Akmimi, of l.atiuaster, lias Wayne, brought heie Tuesday Charles gether are to pay ?2,000 fur 42 plugs a EGGS ben tbe cilesl of Mrn. J li. Carpenter. Henry, who is wanted beiefoi malicious enr and the U. a N. 000. We beliee Mns. Mahtha .1. Hrmii.t: and dsugh-ttr- , rrom ilie folio tanIatil ncties While cutting and carrying concealed weap- the council has done well for the town Cochin Mit. IidlMnc wain ; White I'lyraolh Kocks Miss went to Lexington White I euhornj (Kiupps in this matter, as it gjves us water and 'Hawkins itram ons. train, j.ara:ely yarded; egg wjrr.inl-eAtUfk? the permanent location oi the pure. I'n y.rr of J Lirn.i; Hkiim, daughter of the late hccuies Rowland. W m? M sin (,ARb, 10 im. Mim M mu Ha i Ky oi Madison, the 'Wrv It wipes out any shop nt T r bandcoine nliw of Mm. hm Cfloy, ia JJoliu VaiiArstlale, but now step dauvh- siiih 'if commission or omission that maj ter of 15. F jller, lias receivuil a pen- be eharged against them, and for one we . Iht guest. sion of r 10 pet mutilh, witii ;;! Kick MifsMisNtit Dki.i'ii, who hss been My tor at KowUrd wj brnliim ml" ..rj the are ttoirig o sliow our appreciation by Is Receiving His nipht f the jith and sooin to thf armiunt ut $5-Darifton, rrliinuil to pay. TK'itlnR Mi voting for the Itoard as a whole for ft tn)v it'i tn, 'jch ivchjthiiic hjth Khoex, pocket .1. IxMtlsvIlIe Wednesday. kBit, ra'or and jtwtlry I will give .1 reward I Ha x jut opoiied a full line offprint; of k-- fvr t'le arrt and cni ictmn and riturn nf Mns. .1. P, Dwis and oti nnd Mr. Mini ("nod in th' h Ci m viT Cot kt. The Common w ealth's noia- Hummer iiiillinury, embrnciiit; the brace, twu hit, ', each. fnae r nniifr Mark llnrdii'i went to MonUcello lattst novelties. The bulla are onrnest-l- docket wad called Tuesday, when the t'linH, ratchet HjO Iticine firmtr (.airel, , inch. Goods Warranted and a Perlcct Fit GjaranteeJ. Give me call. to viU relative. Thi id ' c pt tbe I riK" a inritetl to call and exaimtie. Anuie follow ins; cxn-- were set for the Stb dni: ic ISAAC HAlllLIIi.N'. IM xv, of the Wosl lJnd, Mus. I'biaii Wry, ltneattter J. H. Unssel), arcon, Hud Pennington, left Weihwday for . lumrhty vWt to ft K li Latiham itnilicioiis wounding and Hans ami Fri'x Jehu H Cattle .1.11 Bmhm.v Slid to It C. ioutt, at Itamwell. s. C. assault and battery. W. T. lxrkawitit, Miss BcrriB 1'axton rotumed to the Col. Miller lot on Somerset Mntet, SnumUw, for the murder of Judge T50. MlaB Mry cdiitafnin nearly rive, aciut,, for Wc4lticsdny to xtA was tlxislf.ir thr I'th dav. next Jjuuan In b'ir purrhaiiin; agency. Mr. Jonett wilt bejiui "t oiicm the I OK- Wcdnela. The case auaitiPt Curti- of a hum cottage on Iu Mils. P A.iiiRKv, ..i HuUJiiviUe. is (iov.r or vfoitiin: Iht shi, M.rs. P. W. ftud W. lVnn, T. P. A., tiled 4WHV and m Hwr Fark,-- W. Fmtik (ireen, at ih Myern Hoiimj. Asks Ufa : announce lliat tlm 1.. A N. John Iocket f.tr house breaking, Henrv Mn. A. AKiKHro., ( 1'anviile, watt OF will tickets from Junction Clly to Crow and W. K. Clyiuei were each penlwre on Icgiil biifciiieos Tiitcdny. Ho was gMni to return on tenced to pay a tine of 2j and be jailel Inluvllle Anl Vb, by M. A. I". Alveiwu Sets, , . . xT 10 days, but neither was present 'to ee for the ronnd-tri- , j H"' Uh, nt on- - fare H. Fa iiaisWt Tuesday for John acquitted of on count of a base hall game iu bui- - itdone. P. W. tireeu was incton, where he ha eiiMged with ville iMlweu u team of that city mid the uelling a minor liipioi, but Jas. Your g maxagkks, II. ltoyee, a proniiiiHiit Uoi"Mnui. for a similar oireiihe w.ifi mulcted in J50. D.itivilleH. Mii Kixkk, f Dnnrilte, bus runted Jim Tall, the nrtrro who has been in Commerce Building, Louisville. TilKditctor?, wlio ppoetirud the ordi- more pcrapes than any other hall dozen, the regiduncu on Mam uett advertlMtl SKKO OATS. jcboul tie South bv Mr. John M. Mrlloberti, !;r., and ta- - nance to k ep away travdliui; doctors, was dincharvpd on his own recognizance, l.en potalon. miy they dbl it in the interest of tiie to begin hih devilment anew. JT. 77. A. TEIB3LS, Lwsl Agent, (tKV. A. .1. (iitov and Col. M. II. public, which wasbeinggullcd. Ofcomt-tThe tK'tit jury was selected Tuesday aa KV Cniinp, who are ! a tnui of inspeetlon IIh-- aie very sidicitous alwut the pub-li- follow b: Uuorge P. Bright, John spoon-.tmor( the StuU (iimril, were here Ttirxlay, Dr. Apple-mawas taking borne of H. P. Voting, Sain Dudder.ir, W. e Piute to l.uiinttet the public along with him and injuring F. Camden, Porter itobinson. J. I). lUs-tMit K. li Om.iihku. ho rvturiittl t their btuine J. I', lienliy, J. H. Collier, J. J. frritn a visit to Mm. Joe Hardin at Cor J. II. Tucker, h. G. Gooeb, J. A ixki Till- - fine di if; tillioii will make the belonKinu to Hurt Hayden but and nlo to friend at Cumberland 1$. MeKinney, John Anderson, J. A. jtreeiit minppiil at Kd Nevms the other night at m farm ut J Cup and Middlcaboro. and idigbtly grazed his lug with hit Cbiippell, tsaiiiuel Hid, J. M Cook, I shall keep constantly on Duiinpr the year iSyj Si it. J. I. MfKix.Miv, of the I. A X., SIO to Insure a Living Colt. teeth, and acting afterward like ln was M. Holmes. stock of hand a full and complete with headquarters at Montgomery, mute I,. H. Litui loi -- ho)tini: John Call lie ha- - prown liiin-- .ll a fjilendid biet-dcparents and tludini.' mad, hia owner killed him. Most dogs was tried by a jury and let oil' witii up t see bio nick M. Staiifoid ought to be killed before they a thL? 'St'B,")! tbi'in better, Maid onl a few hour. oliaucu to go mad. Would it not be well line of J0. , Mp .I.e. I'uiiik.nck, train uiiudcr nf for Circuit Omit is about petering out bi-thu city council to take action on iV 1. . is herb to v? about the matter tf dogs lloth the Uie K , U. foi e it gets fairly uudei-way- . running at large bestandard He fore somebody is given the Mreet car line, water works, grand and petit juries, were dismissed li ilrt)ihn-binthe I'.looil b iv, bin- k a good deal d property at U'uilnn e.l'iv till ni'Yl TilPsdaV and UOtb- ' loal d May (, bh ......My stock of it benefited. tnil hopes to ,l;,,lal;,r,Jv,,,, wi" W Ml ," hamU has so far been done. of consuipit-ncing The following ordinance k. Oi:ii.v. Mn. A. It. Ci.hkk. of Liberty, spoilt a Unitisionei won Ills Mill aganisi i;r. M,v.l by the incomparable I fed TT7 &Z ti J& XX. JtUJUJfcl X ruiiple ol iltna here attending con it. He was pas.d by the city council Wednts for keeping his horse; at leaj-- t he id, the grandest saddle Miillion on oitrth, "lie it ordained that it idiall was u winded ?s:U t mouth for Jo a hu rccoid will iliow. Hl owneis, the Is ry auxioiin that Casey shall be put day t is larger and better selected than rver and I assure my customers ()wlev of in this dctiiet. w hire a democrat will bo unlaw fill fur any traveling or ituu r tlie i.iiAra.... K..IU....11 111s, Mesrs oiler -01 i,0()i15urkville. hae at prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment, Air. Thomas an for him; ant doctor to praetn-- medicine 111 anv of charge of ilO a month and Dr. Doores btand Koine tdiow foi his white alley. the cash in liand. and can not Dai ion in chaige. A. R. PENNY. its branches within the limtts of the city undeitanding of Mil. T. It Wiuos.of AtlantH, who The grand jury half his jmtiniis, iud h ollice for such lias found the following indiotnieiit.s. Hlatk Niuirrul, he by lllael. liigle, by tame up t sue bis sick nister ami help olMauiord. 'loopen ,,v )V.Miliisto.i Den.n.iijc, I illmt-- , loturued purpo-- c or 10 aniKiuuce to the public in (Sreeu Centrv, murdei, IJob Whitley and KJ W'"1'-"'- . brotlu r durinw her : TO tianies' lK'iimaik. b the Kieal I Jiotni Wednewlay, Hln'baving beyun P aiiyotlni wa an intention to pr.ntid' Jim Middl.toii, nils.. fcweHring.tbo.it (.tllaik, ly Imp llcdei..id l am stent for Ihe C iitril Kentucky Hedge standard No I2ii2 Xjnrtlfsie. iiecen.uniy proven an ever iiiedicim . utiaii be an olle:e within nuiey 101 emp j;,., j;hl-- tltiii Kowuna Webb Ifiisst-game 01 craps, "on l..iiH.ister. anj tiler the scrvicts at liiKt L. of Una orditiKiicfc 1'iovided huootinu; Win. Huston unlaw Hilly shoot- - one of the lust milking animals on chiiIi Imih injulf ml the Cointtanv to the cituun of PprcHi Ut help 111 Um- of tlOllble. ' This soiing rihidstoi stalliim is .m in I.'ncoln rntint. tamerj ihaliknll for the met and defeated all iiwim. to bia wife' ill health lure, that nothing in tins ordinance Minll he i'tu Alex'l.ooch. -- mn Havs, maliciously jhaMiig oi (,Vntitil Kentucky,the "crack bud (.iolddiist Foaled iu A pi il IssT is iitrui.aHe re. rlvnl anil noe l Imr JeliiiK t incliidiug walker Kirmersiti ntnl ci .1 Mr Max Manes has Wei. force to t:ive consti ued as prohibiting any reputab'e wounding Henry Owsley, Win. doling a bay, lull Hi Hand-- , speedy and m.ex- - mini willout nu..iici the ,n Fi.nk's ,.,,1!,,. fonc. hti'l me Ht Muliw Mcr lltiu inSlgiil'ord ( 'be l.ouin-ull- e p'lysician or surgeon front any othir ii'id John Will Youiitf, carrying conceal ., iHnmaik, bv (.oddaiil's Mimpter Hcn- - elled in siIe. ai tbui, llnish and disposiIt County Coin inj. on fa ins position as inanngvr m om i Johnson. tion Meie and be will leavu nNt week plain being called heie, uithur to vi.sit a u i weapons, lieoijv Dollins, maliciously mark. h Wunhingion lleiiiii.uk, itr. Full brothel to llstclle, trial 2 23. You will ee from nhue that his hitwl-:...- . in search of a elliiiat)' healthful to hei, patient or 111 eoiiHiiltHtion with any cutting Mil Knibiy with a 1.1.01. : trial 2 :'.s andIoiitioe. 1..1 ..:i. pimi ..i.... :.. .......1. 1... :. .i u . of this city. Any ItO 10 ittorneys at .r...: iiik is Kin11Hl ,m1m. mi Wi iiv ,t,mi iniriii'i tlie sjioeilv and pieiniuui coll of ' lunng Mr. Manea atuy 01 Is montha Amos.. a i,ii(i.ll convicted 0(11 violation ot the pro.sirisl by Zilcnmli CobldiM 4HMI b mot excullent bete, he lnia piuxeti this w ek are Judge Ct. . Mc Jlurv mares the present s.son at m place, couit AJi-(Johldu-- t f'D, by Veiniont Morgum t'los-visions ol utieii and Iiiim made friends by the hun- the Hiiuiof this section hull beo lined ill and U. C. W illMnif Mt. Vernon; Hon.' ami .lolin-oMaud 2t lelated -- u SKKI foi each lay enmiged V. K. liobbitt, Cub Oich.ird; J. Mor oisaauii. dred, who regret to give him up. IUh ,.,Hitl,a,..,nVo,luVsU,llio.,.he flM . l " I) W. H. Uradley, L. F. Hubble,; large circle of friiMida, in the practice ol medicine Jlone due at tirst sl.riic, withprii- - Will old stallion to trot III Jilllllle Its lal atila. tinn Keutinbct he male. iCtmesof ali Itotbwell.U wile also has a I.Osit- - the ilillomn sle, en fruin the kmallot ii nnd W. IS. leite ol fiee reinin until cult is gotten. as2 2. ire ol Cigaiette. ilam ol who dislike very iniieh to ecu her leave. Vandeveer, Mayor. Win. llirndon. up to 4 lift- i'. portrait in cr.iyou, water f the 1'nr fiirthei iuforinatioii nnd extended liiid Wilkes itlie fastest ma colors and iatclls If you haea jriLture im Hansiord, Crab Orcbard. ' Mr. MaiitH biiHbeeii succeeded by Mr. KiiiEii h thk C. us. Thomas Mo Wilkes family, record 2 II1. Whirlwind want eiu.ircl, it will pay 011 to ce him before jediv;ie, call on or adthes nit in, one Adolph Hayri, who has been in the Mon- Cabe, f 011 ol Mrs. Kate McUabe, who 2 21, Fannie t'lolddtist 2 2"i J, Kstolle 2 22 .) contraciii.K ml will alt a to hswa int,,ie. as he u K 1). KIINXKDY, Id TRAOeTtEKS. lo atisl It hire tucbn atU- FARM AND tiunt ... I." ,..ll.. J.J Kt ltlltloll hre , Daltl ti month or more. A j 't AH1, starforjVKy lliistiuille, K keeps a hotel at boulh Somerset, fell be- (Joldeti .Alingo t'liiel, son of Hairs foiuet In rails W cattle sold at Ic. tweeii tin- cars as he was tituppinu from .Moigan. CITY AND VICINITY. m. f. Hik... bought of o. A.ior a lot cahoorc of Height No. :V) to a the Over "t)0 of the 2 .'.0 perftirnier-- ' have a a stuuig iiilusion of (h)ldiit mil Morgan of beef cattle at U0. ileal Mnywoodat 11 o'clock Wedncs-d11111 fool' ml. I.t.-- I l.yC'hailes Dunn. blond. Dnie (Iolddiist will make lilt William Moieland sold toT. I). New night, and the cnboosM jiissiugovei at my pliuin 2i uiiies 110111 Nkw ink of eigler shoes just icceiv-cpicsfiit at JI7.M) him, his right leg was mangled Irotu the land 12 calves JsjiukI) 1IY OXWAlflt CHIKl' I'.i.'i. pike, Stanl'oid on the at is. II W. W. Hays bought Wednesday thigh down, the left cut oil below the of p ,!y ,)llttnr( , ji,,,.,M,r,i . ;;o A inee inr the henctic of the )i.ti .,s(, 17 nualiu mg mhis and Hi At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. of I besides being mashed in the half interest 111 I5ealey Hrob.' line young n I'm. election foi city council and a (lo- kut-e-, Mai J'in'ips olfrr for alr irnaiel a Tract of piodilcing daughters I.innJn count) w. will occur He was brought here at once tullioii, Silver Tip, for o00. bmast. IVt in e judge Mates kept M,Ai.,.i i.nm.1,1 n( A. UM Isiil.uul.ntly .Mis.engci, bv lluicbiu- - sonnl attention011given, but notterms. ,t.n ..i rtpmisiblc " ""' ,r and surgical aid summoned. Hu was - mi, Chief 12I20;21 ilnm KUm Jane, tor accidents. Jowi-hshoulder, aides, hams and in intense agony, but his mind was Allen, of the West hud, 12cal.es at 315 o i,Me,it-- :!7, lim 0, Mni(l MlK ike t the same time ami place, will ln Kann U well iniprivi.! anil well .onntri laid at li. K. V Wi 11. Wear- - clear, till opiates weie given, and he nnd of 1 Woods cattle at i.e. (bntle Uitiee.".l.'ii, heel I'eail 2:1(1, by , I limit Loiniiitxiiiiiis anil the season with one of l.ei llubhle's best H. ho J tiling h.ii. an , t n a. It was .1 full biotherto Chancy Den- tVc ; :id ilam Kitt Kiveis, daiii of lleittu hied joung jacks. mi; sii.ci ptil le ol begged that his mothei be sent foi. The I wuuia miti ou..) bilallah 1.") iie of Vhnuiit, r tuutN, uia iiariel (Mainline iju acreN u , I tinl 2 .7, b nothing, have relieve mark I bought, .mil not that borce, as hlth th.Mlelllnc houe pltuate, unit thooth.r liehuoiit, iU".; Ith 1I.1111 by lied Jacket, sinThk homestead of the late II. unArs-dal- e surgeons coul do lbut.rcI mi which tin- iuiinieir.int-:u- c not m his pain, mid at ..o'clock 1m breathed stated 111 tlie lust issue. M. S.,llanh of the htm ol Kentucky Wilkes 2 211 in - oiler fur Nilotlii giHitt is advertised for tale s.Jl and giamiam ol .Mailimi Wilki his last. Mrn. McCabe was telegraphed m.iii. full thin issue. He is black with white W. II T;.iylor lost 1 U) hogs, rango Si 2 IT, b te Wilkes ,; Brick House and Lot in Lancaster for, and it happening that a train was ing in weight from UK) to 120 pound", .IJnl Wilkes. hands high, tine length bone and .h1 ,. Fisiii.so TaiKi.K. Kor thebeM jointed about to pass .s'omeiset, alio got aboard du ring tlie lute cold spell. He atti Unites him-ea line Sim . ct,iiiu il hj It 1.. M. U,,bei j, a a iru l!:iy Iiiiim', heavy inline and tail, mill 4 eais old, has piottii Hid Joe lllnckhuin. Nt rods, leeN, bass lines, tloatf, minnow and arrived heie at an caily hour yes thu cause to pneumonia. sired g nie, style and linish, ami and Hiinnow buckets, Ko to W. 15. terdty morning, hut too late to see her to tlie owner of the some of the best dotting families in tlie dam Dullv Willialus b Koal M.iiiiiimtli , Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, I will give a great stock 2d tiani llose FuihrN, b Stonewall McHobeitB. h boy alive. .She was greatly overcome at first colt by George Dictator :!GS2 Hint whole country. Should make ully luirntil he by John Uaughmuirs j tck, his (In Im ul thu li.mv. ro jivun (aimetiitul) IV. how Will make a slum season at our Ihe vauint in the suddeuiicbs of the blow ami sympa enters the 2 (0 list. '1 have sold several stable 2t miles wet of Stanford. dam bv Jim I'orlci, ,!d dam I'llen I'.luhe. lonipli in. e Willi terms lots,ali. h, linns,. .. twit-tul VksrLiiiMX nnd the day befoiu weieas ones are yet for this bv Illy the' lliiiiiiili.il. he by (Viuiiioiin-e- ; the purcbitvr ulll he . utitltal inrfpringlinie, March thy for her was exjircsscd on all sides. jacks lately, but the best tin lovely aa ever came tlim if)urtluM. line black jennet At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. lib dun a MadiMiu c.iinity. to sold.i by Di. l.i I'.wvi.iiuntrim lh Lincoln Couuiy t'rm wll on age left. M.J. lhiughiuaii. of l.t Hub gltiiu mini SvplPuiU-r- ' going out like a timid lamb. TIih signal The dead mail was about "'I years of Heuuct, of next W same place a J. K. M.S. Wughuiau sent their ami a good and dutiful son. It was his bit ' 'Itrnu cah; hi rcinnmliT imsi itervice says it will piobably be .showery stallion, Naboth, to uitlallmciiU if unit it iiionilii. bxiinj p. cent rlrat and only trip as brakeman on the speedy Walainghuin train-inbut the mooniies say or Interest aiitl m giillahti . At $10 for a Living Colt. Harrodsbiirg, Tiieaday, .M. C SAUJLKV. ia iffiim. in be a dry mouth be- - L. it N. The icmaius weio jirepaied in the bauds of Orit Davis. Ho will At ?S to Insure. will be iitained nil all colu for lien Alw about Jo barreU of CORN tvo jtHkkt,f back for burial by Undertaker Huflni.iu and mote than likely be a successful camHAY and 14 Si! OATS f..i .lleprvtel.,- -, tftUBe"theuHw moon lava on her F. I! KID, Stanford. 10 10 J. A.&8.T.HAKKIS. seaMJii, yesterday. paigner takeu to Somen lap." and holds the water in her I ear-pet- s, twn-veathree-yenr-ofi-n Thk little infant left by Mm. J C. Kb Enoiuviso beautifully nnd nrtlntifally inoro died Friday and waa buried by itx done nt A. It. J'ciiiij'b. llu your hookr and school supplicntf inotber Saturday. ... ull kinds from A U. IVnny. eedp. in Krksii Lambeth imi'lni Posted. Mr. Anton Itenackcr hat papers mid in hulk, nt W. 15. MeKob-i-rt.- '. pnMed ilh land and all pereoui are warned fiom treh(HfcHiiiL' on it. Havk vour wntib, lock nnd Jewcirv tepftirpd'iit A. It. lVnnyH. AtII work Sm-wnmil bo horn tiow day at warranted. Ilust'mville and it is likely a lartre mini-le- r IIicmkmukr that all silverware, watches, will be on exbibition. rinco, Ac, bonitht at A. IS. Penny' will be engraved fret of charge. J. II Uuoion.v mid to T. Mac Holmes. Ave shar- of utocfc m tbe POINTS. PERSONAL Hank and Trust Co. at $1:21. Mit. .,T. Km leu ih uite ill. 0. II. 1!kii, of Mn villi', in with friends Wk r wind you that our Mock of i - orpErtforsaln privately my residence, one of tbo most desirable locations in Stanford; price nnd terms reasonable. K. K. Weoren. A. V.. OinnoNH, Danville, Ky., has bis nice line of wall paper and painta now open and ready to serve bis customers ami friends Liqtoic liceni-- will be applied for at Co., and tbe next court by J. Ibown, llubionville, and UVatberford Mrs M. 1.. Han is, Crab Orcbard. 1 e M. S. liauubuian bought of Brau-moA Co., a fino draft stallion for :)o0. nt i ltuiltt Mi:. Isaac II amii.ton'b storuAt Kow land was entered by burglars Wednesday time witbin ft few nijibt, tbe t tuonthf. Kntrance waseliected through thu flofir, ju-- as it was before, and in tbe identical ppot, and be therefore He sold to Hugely, of Boyle, a young jack for V00, to simp party another at fi'K) and to Hrauniont Co. a young jack for fcloO. Fred Krueer has sold his farm of CO acres near Crab Orchard to Mr. Spesc for S1.000 and vill uu to Mt. Vernon and devote bis entire time to making lime nnd brick. His old friends in this county will pleaM- remember him when they need either A Lood row d attended tho ?ale of Mrs. H. C. HHtnV uffects Tue-da- y after noon, but low pries were realiaod thro'-out- . Houfcwhuld and kitchen furnituie sold for about bah what it should havi , biiLvy h'irs bronchi jOP; colt by Pence 51 10. brood mare 7 50; Jeisev milk cow Horsemen of Lincoln county, don't fail to enter your youn stoik in the r Mercer C' unity Fair's vearlini:. old and Hakes Si'OO.'SlOO Knami 5tiJ guaranteed amount" trance in the lowest, i.',, J0, $J0. (lilt April 4tb. wh-T. M. Mnks dn.-Ciirdftell, Secretary. - Ml 1 W mwr, b. All our Batteries arc now arranged and we shall M K Av "If Mt j "? 9 Open Fire on High Prices In every line we handle. If the balmy breath of Spring should suggest that you must have have some new Clothes, come and listen to our artillery play upon high prices. We propose to knock them out. Our 'I Stock is now perfect. We have made Genth', Hoys', Misses' and Children's do'fcxxiin.s 1 SHOE s lac additions to our Ladies', e. e .N n on--tr- For -- Distiller I 1 vi-itl- 1'oit-of- - lo-n- n How-lan- FOR HATCHING. J. S. HUGHES. -r- U(URUPLEY, Wed-nesilt- i. d lui, i - 50o REWARD. tS4lJ :,? . .. dfauttftlSBfoito ' "M IJle i o T'k'I-wt- rt nm-i-lir- i; Spring & Summer Goods Go Wiwl-iH'Silr- ty y s t.lr -, . n- - I W-ml- s Iiu-krltl- u llv-be- rt, entc-tlti- n ROYAL OCLa-iOlLPji- to J. B FOSTER, ':;b,,S,vlBSHP8nGB J Company, -- tll ,.s. ll. LIVERPOOL. ,, ,, ,, .nmrpw JJAuiJEb Ai As-t'- New York Seed Potatoes, Onion i SEEDS .OF ALL KINDS, In Hulk and I'acknc, And v e. 1 Wl-OIlt)- . n m, BHAT7MOITT. elll y, A. R. DRUGGIST AND JEWELER Drugs and r Paints, Oils, & Stationery. FOSTER. PENNY, IB. ?- -l l- - i r m-- t 4 j 15vi-iltM- ., l. l.iand tc RED EAGLE. ToiletArticles Glass, Books, 1 a j " - - s-- e e Suii-Doore- h WATCHES, CLOCKS Dorsey Golddust. ni-h- t - of "'1 , fn-t- sl j ;5.- 1111 z. j i g .!.... I ,t. ,., s TIIE FARMERS. 1 - libf-r-a- l ' 1 r. ,, ,,,. O.-rinn- e, t pti-so- 111 i" thyM-isiting- 11 -- 1 n SAB?, K I bun-aste- r -- S! -- AHTIST, photti-Kraph- I 1 , - gou-Jo-l- a Onward Messenger Vt-'- '2l ASSICITEE'S SALE REAL 3GSTAX.E. 1 1 d sua-o- ii I ,!. , .. ' 1 no -- I 11I 111 , "'"" 1 J Containing i - Acres. wi-l- -- 111 I l ilnl-lo- n, 4 111 , 1 - elm-whei- e 1 BOSOOE. no-t- -, lr 1 fl Vr il- 1 ,1 bu-ede- repie-entin- s. r t-- 00 J.iek-son- ri st t to-da- y ht, tobo-puti- n g .;i Large Mule Jaok. Oni-thlr- tl ( 9--lf 1 rVi : ' s -- V ..s. 'B- - t' VtV A' 1 I u 134' , , T.... further rhaige. his expulsion. It l hoped that tins committee will do no whitewashing and THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. thatthe member will be as summarily .Tin. liill tn- iurnliiliit- Snmlav bite most - ..- . llcilll nil" "' the clerk. It was a s.iintw. nr..enfdiiii' and unworthy of a hall plating has been favorably reported i especially oiie who was mon-.- . to the House. The House p.isel the bill providing keying as a gi eat reformer, having just disgraceful esnptde iutroduc- - that throe fourths of a jury in a civil suit before his ed bills to suppress pool selling and the can r.itum a verdict. , The Senate has reduced the time issuing of any kind of obscene litera-from three to two years in which suits lljre for bastardy can bo instituted. The Bland silver bill lias been put lo The House has adopted the section Bleep in the house of its friends aud by f the election hill to prohibit the sale o t a friend, so let us hopo it will be ever- Honor on election dav. and it is hoped lasting. Speaker Crisp refused to sus- that it will becomea law. tain a cloture rule unless required by a The Legislature adjourned to go to mijority of the democrats, and .Mr., the republican convention, and it cost Bland is waitan;,' around on his anricu-lu- the State Sl.OlW. A Frankfort court once charging him with duplicity, deser- adjourned to see an elephant swim the tion aud hurling other uncomplimentary liver, and it was upon this precedent, things at his head. The Speaker, how-- e probably, that this senseless adjourner, defends his attitude and repel Mr. ment w.is bad. Baud's allegations, "but all the same, NEWSY NOTES. thiy have made a nice mess of it, all of which comes from trying to thrust the A Cleveland Taritl' Reform Club was silver question to the. front at the ex- ' organized at Memphis, which declared pense o? the gieat and only true issue of for Mr. Cleveland lor president. tarill' reform. Itiswll. D. H. Gieen. a C. it (). car iuspee- Tub women, God bless them, see t01.( Hmitlenly VH dead in the drug house i;ouertPOU, at hi trying to outdo theuislves in this o Mv-General Dickinson g od leap year o'f our Lord, 1S!IJ. An Cleveland will be iiom-hArkansas woman the other day tried to pr(,,jct9 d the record by producing four chil- - nate,i at Chicago without opposition, je)tflnja, Cotto was neatly executed dren at a birth, when u Dakota womiu threw her in the shade bv giving birth by eiet,tr;city at ing Sing, N. Y., for the , to the same numoer, one ai a mn-- '" IlltllUI 0f Lduis I'rankelos.i in Brooklyn fourdavs. Now comes Mm. Smith, of i.,.t .lulv " mc"' Jlolly springs, .otss. who Itailroad and B inking both and goes them eeh two better. q0 of (oriJii4 jm, )wa placed in the Her litter of six are all boys and she ami ,.m,is 0 tha Georgia directois of the they are doing lis well as could be x - l,.onuMuy as icceiverH. pected. The boys have bc-- ii immed Maudalay, the capital of Hurmah, L-- e. Jackson, Vandorn, Giant. Sherman ,US betI aim'om.inoyHl by fire. The and Buell .'00, and loss of lite will probably families are homeless, J.v older to bolster up his assertion tarill on tin A bill to reduce tinthat it would be suicide to nominate ei- Hill, Mr. Watlerson is plate to cent a pound aud to mak.- tin thor Cleveland or ' reproducing in triple leads extracts from plate free after October 1, Ib'.H, . will bo sheet wlucli en- - lavoraoiy ieorieii io uie iujum-,ny kind of mi obs-uhe examining trial o KoDert Worses that position. If Mr. WattersjL delegation ridge, for the killing of Jes. Da vies, was to head the Kentuckj to the National Convention he had bet- held at Somei- -t, and Kldiidge was held platform announced by over for the grand jury in 1,0J() bond. ter jump on the oi uie uigmj rouw Winchester and Atlierton. n uosftion. he of .Minnesota have held democratic con iw. nji jioiv iii i!h urcsHiit JV delegates 0 may be compelled to stay at home or not wntioiis, and of the lit far choson 10") are instructed for Clevego in an otlictal capacity. land. In Leslie county two of the Brown Judge M. J.DurA run ate note from ham, who is enthusiastic tor Cleveland, brothers s.iot and killed Deputy Sherilf Flovd Slus'ier, who had been sent to Miys the tide is turning so fast for him lew on their property to secure a line tii'it iw that bv the tune '.; T.11,1 ingainsi iHi'iii iuooiihiiiii'wiii , the convention meets at Chicago, popular de-- i manv will have realized the ASEV COUNTY. HUST0NV1LLE. MIDDLEBURG, in j mand and will put the . na. nomination, wluciw.MK. ma.e Frldny waHNjnire Walls' court day j,fttInav jB ..,,or-- e H,,un ittl.... If mou.ly. The judge believes hat .with jb weat,ier'contimu8 fai r,,,llltea' at Yofcemite. His docket was and tarill reform the demo-- . wn bjj m h,Uu q W.T. Dm ham and John crats are bound to win the p.esidency. tlu) eminent Bresbyteri-Th- k have formed a jmitnerrthip in the tave Dr (liet.n( Mississippi Legislatuie has lefus- - an divine of Danville, will preach at this hiisinetis. m. M..S. MeMuUeii, who was bent to Hv. Charles .d to appropriate money lor a State ex- -! place Sunday at :i i eekn l'owell will occupy the pulpit of the the Anchoraee AKylum some .six hibit at the World's Fair and it begins and will lie home ai;o, is much improved to lopk like our hayseed Legislature will Chiistian church next Lord's day at 801)11. Kentucky ought to be well a. m. Bev. W. L. Williams, after follow suit. Uev. U. H. Brown preached at the there and if those who have al weeks' confinement, was at church Bailey, who has Baptist chui eh Sunday and will continthe power to make the. appropriation for Sunday. Mrs. America is ue to do sovm every Mil Sunday until a past it do notvote it they will fail totepresent' been quite sick for the Drye's month, innirovinj- slowlv. Dr. condition pastor is secured, the prospect for which their constituency. w ritin. The is still piecarious aud his friends have .seems very Bloomy at this Thk U. S. Senate has ratified the tiea-t- no hope of his recovery. S. 1). 'owell is ehuich here has been trying to work in with Great Britain in the Behring in Cincinnati this week in search of a concert with that at McKinney in Season question, without a dissenting position as traveling salesman for this a pastor for both, and it heenis vote The administration has made all immediate teiritory, G D. Ryan we.ut that but little micce s luib been achieved out of the incident it can. Now let us toSomtiset to clerk for J. D. Swain. or will be under that arrangement. havH peace .- t0 hm member of the, he desired ollice. B the way, many of M. 1). McInernky, a Legislature from Kenton, and G. W. j Crop's followers are beginning to kick Curtis, clerk of the revisory board, took themselves for not electing Mills Speakhe has gone back on them in two women of questionable character to er, since Georgetown and stopping at the Lancas- - thesilver business. . ter iiou i, reisitrt i as John Bartman The Nat onal Democratat fe. and wife and H. D. X . on and b,pn revive(lj with Utfn. 1)anMn Si These sentlemen are member, of th ,en man f Legislature and marn .1 inei an d on co0d democratic (ll.pensln. hearing of the matter giew very angrj. 'doctrine as of vore. Such a publication ihcfoie Go. brown, needed at the capital, which is short They laid the matter V '8 i short work of linns: cimi, of democrat c paper. The new man-an- d Legislature adopted resolutions, . the. agement announces that it will till out appoint a committee to to . ... . al tlio unexn red subscription without xti..ini.rnii'-- nntion. . wuo a viu iu . . j ou ..,.. ....t ..h.t Irtlt .w.. 1.a iiij. ,. 1.1! Semi-WeekJouknal caulzed reniuin,rtii smub of Senator hd- Interior hv thH selection ' ward Parker as temporary cliainuan, thdseveial Atoti 1if ibj- - who retired after appointing; Stanford, Kv., committep8 Mnj.A.T. Wood was re ported for permanent chairman, and he was elected, with Sam J. Kobeite, 6f l.exinuton. .secretary. Col. W. 0. Brad- " ley, Georce Denny, John Feland and TJITQ-HA Jordan C. Jackson w ero then chosen del- " elates to the .Minneapolis convention. Jackon is a negio and was selected at .' Mon- - the dictation oK'ol. Bradley, after it was JonruU of last George W. Gen- " dav the -- 5th, are published cards of found Impossible to jjet Boyd Winchester and John M. try through. JudCu Vincent IloreinK Hons for a place,, Atherton, announcing their candidacy receivH .mite a lare vote - but he wont down with John Henry for the position of delegates to the Chi. lv.vis mm own-.-- . - " ii3on,.ioiiii cio convention. With relreshini: can- 'platf oi mis very brief, contentinc iir dor and courage thev state their views as to principles and men. They are for with indornin;; and insiuctinK for , Cleveland, they aie for taiiJl' re- - rison, laudinn the McKinley lull.eud.ira-form'reciprocity and a vigorous foreign of which he is the embodiment, inc and they are for releitatim: the stiver policy and protestiiiK against the free coinage of silver. The district delegates question to the rear. A larpe majoiity we are satisfied, for the Sth are IX 1. Co.lier andC. F. of Kentucky democrat", Den nre of precisely the same way of think-- 1 Bui nam and from the 11th James with our ie-- ton and A. I. Dyche. For a republican We want to try in.?. than publican friends just for once on the on- - convention it was more harmonious Brad-waanil we could have been expected. Col. ly urnat question between in, to try that Nue under the leader-- j ' ley bad things his own way, except in does not Bhip of the truest and boldest man in the selection of Denny, which A delegation to Chi- - amount to much with most of the dele life public ' cago not inspired by this feeling would gates Bradley men. The convention hope1 journed yesterday. We Kentucky. Messrs. Winchester and Atheiton will. Ho.v.Koobr2 Mii.us resigned his seat e delegates. u'.. need sucn men as be cent In, ;.. i;.io ,..!,,, in the Lower House of Congress, Tues- there. Thev are not only pper. He was f,i1Q State. dav, to take one in the overwhelm.ngsentimen to aH but are men ot conceded ab.l.ty and of of ilUrk w,lich w0lI,tl the highest character. as IoiJlJ contnuejl ,)onor ly toll-ga- te Rifle Austin has taken charge of the and Bradt'oids-vill- e on' the Hustonville W. F. WALTON. . "' ' T P ftTHfi Is-th- e it-- elf Hai-Grov- er McKeou. Misses Annie and Sue Baugh-maof Stanford, and Eddie Adams, of Danville, were visiting Mrs. .1. K. Baugli-mathis week. Win. N. Dodd sold his familv horse to Dr. Cheatham, of Iritis' ville.'for 430. Mr. Dudley Bowman, nee Dunlap, has been with Miss Sullie Cook. Tom Saunders, of Danville, came up this week to see one of his lady Mr. F. H.Kddy, a very elegant friend and courteous gentleman of Birmingham, Ala., is yet in our midst with the wonderful invention, the phonograph. He has certainly been appreciated ly the community, ftr his patronage has iiuun vi .wihnidv large. Messr. James Goodeand James Allen are funning with the finny tribe down on Given u, turnpike, recently vacated by Pat n The entertainment at Janie-WaInstitute Friday night was well attended and enjoyed by all piesent. The exorcises consisted of music, both vocal and instrumental, recitations by the prfpils and a discission of the subject of capital punishment by 1 H Taylor and Klbert Wesley. The Middleburg Corm-- t Band ... I... . . I. gave a toucli oi its ssiu as a and to do the boys justice, they play extremely well for the shott time they have been in practice. After the exercises mentioned wern over, a promenade was gotten up, in which everybody, including such old bald heads as I!ube Staton and W. I. Ganu, took part, until a late hour, uutil each luft for his or her home feeling tha it was indeed, goixl to . be h iuusiu-inaK-er SPRING CLOTHING ! OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE a-? Ami wo can show as nice an assortment the people have Ever Seen in Stanford. All Styles ami Colors of tin-re- MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Mips Kate Hail, one ot Stanford's prettiest and loveliest girls, and Mr. T. F "spink, a moral voong man of tine buin-sformerly of Loui;isville, lU.ilificntionsdispatcher on the but now train Northern 'Pacific at Needles, Cal., willle married at the residence of Mr. John M. Hail next Thursday and leave Ht oiu-i- ' for their far oil' hom. The wedding will be a very quiet one with only a few relatives and close fiiends invited s n v e r. ' 0ANV.LLE. Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. ' ie-ii- es 1 to-da- y. ' ..it- - thehTn, nlve ,,".., s ;..,,,:... ...... law-make- r, .ui j j I ' -- at), , 8 vV: j tnt ,r. o J . ht-Central , h - 1 - re 1 Mil-wan- ts ' Me-sr- s. - - I nn-dict- s Home-Spun- s. base ball team, The Centiv Colh-gwhich is to play at Georgetown Friday evening, average in weight I'M pounds. At noon to dav, Thursday, Mrs. Is. aac Shelby, whose illnpsi was noted Tuesday, "was thought to be much w orse. Owsley and W. A. Messrs. J. Tribble, of the Stanford bar, were in CHURCH AFFAIRS. town Tuesday evening. Mr. Owsley has Hev. W. E Ellis requests u to state many admirers in Boyle county, who for him to be the next that he will begin on next Sunday night would like a series of sermons for young people and prosecuting attoi n Hev. W. Y. -- heppardand family, ol that his subject on that occasion will be. the Episcopal church, have moved into "Weighed and Found Wanting." Hev. W. E. Arnold and wife lelt the residence on Third stieet recently Anna a parsonage. Mis-to visit relatives in Bourbon. Mr. purchased lor the m.itheastcrn part of the Arnold has been in bad health for some King, fiom county, is visiting Mi' Florence Down-to- time and hop by a week or two of rein hulk ami package this city. Mrs. S. J. Harlan is vis. flation to regdn hi strength. Theie will be no pieacldnc at hi church next iting blends in Louisville. .A civ 'or Seed Onion. Hev. 1. M. Blaney, I). !., of Frank-tor- t, Sunday iStook Goods, The meeting at the Christian church was in town Tuesda and WednesSunday night and will go down day visiting hi in, a college student. closed Mr. C. C. Fo- - and family, who removed in tiie history of the rhtiirh as the most Grub ami Sprouting I Iocs, &c. Sc-- our guaranteed .solnl steel Hot for 2C. .Most anything you want in Shelf I lardw.ire to Lexington a few mouths ago. have re- ivmarkable revival eer held here He v. Col. Tom M. Gixen I.J. spencer, the regular pistor, carried Large slock oi Huggy, Wanon, Stock and Hiding Whips, bought turned to Danville. and faintly arrived from Maysville to-- the meeting through three weufc unas-darect from factorv. Thursday, and will herealter make jsisted, and the result aie wry enconi ' '"a,,:"--' "' Christianity. Theie M'".' Danville their home. ears n wer. Vi addition. Winchester Sun. many jjr. Peter Lowrie, L. E Francis. ti. bliml follower of eitiVen of Danville and partner 'of P. A. tailoring hul-- J the Illinois Dutch Christ, Swiaufurth, Marks, in the meieh.int US. He often ness.dVdat Cleveland, Ohio, TueJay died at would nevr die, as night, of Bright's disease. He was about dedans! that he The best (lulled Plow made 70 year old and a kind hearted o'd Christ was lrea lv Udii tho earth, but mar-be probably know bettei by this time, llrated , Scotch gentleman. He was never 1'atent 1'oint. Xo ntrain on point-bolt,madt ' H) ye,rs u mmber of th" ried, but leaves s. veral namesakes, a Francis w as far the best material. on- - time wa at number of our citueiis having nameil Chtistian chun h and for him. Mr. Mark left very wealthy, lit imw all he had to the Jfa,s fAUast their children St r. Thursday lo attend th luneral, which Illinois uiipoM-is to take plac Friday. The editor oi the Blue Grass Bladu RKFUKKNciiS.- - J. II. McAHktcr, B.G. Fox, live stock agent, sold'thi- - ii in jail in Pari for libeling Hev. J. S. D. H. Stagj;. J. Ik McKimuy, Koluiwm, to it. u Wll'Oullili' week for W. T. Wm. Heck, Chas. Uawci, Jeff Hill, JJowen GIvcim, h'rank Haydcn, ' Thomas, of Bridgepoit, HJ., one .uj,n 'axton, ..f Pans, aged 2.1, was Hollis Carrier, John Cash.UC. H. Jones, Hibb, A. C. Cowan, II. old jack for $700; for H Cobb to John A. adjudged a lunUie, made 'so by C. Drye, Howeu Gover, Geo. Hencdict, etc. 1'or sale by of Buu'in, a :5 year old jack jbie cigarette smoking. black-ior.Hannagau, la.lrwid T Snne dealer assisted J. H.Jor- - smith at How land, died uesday night "VY, Ko '4 YW AH81l!!:Vo buy In head of hor- -. o( ll1(.llnilllju u,. ,.IIVtfll J wlf,. nIi jVe dan, ol Atlanta, to in this vicinity, averaging about JU), ,.j,ireii. At u meeting of the diivcUns nf the each. These horses were shipped to At- Association, E. W. Lee i....r Fr daj. D. N. I lew u bought Danville Fair h,.irUr the trotting from Mr, ti. C. D"''an. ol'ini:tohohel.lin Aug.ist. Mr. Lee ha by Lincoln county, -- i bend of ewes for)t,cn ,,,e ntioiicl m tin of the Blue- several othei fill). oIm County In cil n. il n nnl ilir hj.Mtfl 'l ' ll PAI'll" rr not iily Nuholasill ami Al l.iB' Senator Breckinridge informs the rftrcl t iKf hhiI if Knii uly Intehiok Jorr.NAL that hi elicits to, Harrodsouig, w unl it " notr Ilikely that u at other i he wrvu h DANVILLE, KY. At A. E. CIBBONS' - - - have Casey remain in this judicial dis-been made !' '"''"' He cm ltofuril mhi Ihelr.l I'AIN'ls, OI1.S, VKMsls, Av , i low any trict have not by any means til r y . IVrtple tlomug- to il hfir omwik im ouv iii ihf .Vl has lVrtrrl irlupg jIv. i on his own motion alone. been in the same judicial district with Boyle for 0 year, in the same Senat Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. rial distnct for about J" years, and she wishes to lem.iin in both. He say that since the agitation of the matter he has received two petitions from citizen- of Casy, oneioutaiuing lOand the other! Boyle m mtm '.m INK) names, asking that Casey an-Hoj s' and One f the largest and jih-- t cotnplt ti st nks ..; "i. lo not part company, lie says fnither Children that a Casey's only representative in, wish-esthe Senaie lie is bound to obey her personal feelings were not even if his in accord with them. The democrats of Danville, met at the la-- Mnd of tlu i unity. Also a larjjc nl will brought W, lues lay night and1 the Made and last- in assoited UkV. ot ( the old board of council-men, viz.: 'For the'-- ward, Hubert Me- Goodwin and James S. ChrNmaii, Id A t j h.in- - f ward. C. H. Anderson and Tim Mniphy. la'lr U .. A ell ami U. U. imlui Mvun. Ml. ......! Tam d K out stock Ior both lad'e- - unl fj lUknun, t'all md and . Hodesjiith ward, Ii. HA u XKV,v punh.i'in )our SptiitL; G'lods. II. Harris. Meww. IVter Gilcberam'. J. complimented with tin H. Dodds were SALIC. nomination ot the 1st ward, which oteis Hl,,l(r,r f, vll ,h, h..ii,..t.4i .a n.- ii.largeK republican, Mi republican h IIii.i.mimII. smi In snnfc.iJ having registered to li; umiouais. Ill n. M.i.l- .- Vmhi nd CiiI11I1. f)( ..CO TO. demot-rit.madn mi umn i.ihn wrii 4i uibitilillnt till itli winl the ... Lg, m..ujli..rlw.iitdJIH..ii-lbuiWliiB..registration standing. i n. van aksD.M it nominations, the mk J li I'AMov if republicans to i democrats. In the 2d Co war..l..ereg.Sr;u.w.r! . Falls Branch Jellico q ocrats '.). repupucaiis i, ..u ....., ..c...u Miiieraml luix ri tin lil.N erat.s ''(i. republicans 10, otli ward, dem ; litb wind, dem ocrats 41, republicans.-)he rleetion oer.its.su, H'pimheans l"i "Model Grocery" lor ole .rnt lor ''aeifofd mut ry it We ir will he hehl Saturday and the iolloui' Klainl Dili e nrmr it lriol nel jml Mil Tuehduy tlieemiiicil will elect a jmlae, ruau criinii IIIOtilNS A WAITS attmm , chief. ot police. xeireUn, treas nrer and avw-or- M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" c. y s n, G ABJIM2N o BKMIIIDH Jt ihen i Potatoes, Sets; Brand Jloes, Hakes, Spading of Steel J'orks, Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, 1 1 v, fr Kieh-n-.ti- -- gl The Vulcan Chilled Plow, Mold-Hoard1 1 Improvements. eed, UisfaoUoh guarant- j exce-Huguel- Ja. 5bt w. Bo IK, . j fr meet-Tuesda- y assn-iHtion- s Five TIiotisniHl'Iadics W ANTED. L- -- !' Gentleman irom StanlVrl C rpi i Ca-e- I - l ' )- j , - j JUST RECEIVED, n'-s- , - I court-hous- e 1 1 POWDER f ti t -- - M j Absolutely Pure ri-- i.-.mm- e btlre ) iDWEIJJMi FOIl hiAi-iIhI. W. E. PERKINS, Grab Orchard. - - ( s '.! I , -- si w aj.. - :-- Original Jellico 1I11- - Cal. A. A. WARREN Onion Sets, I ent DQXT'T YOT7 ISITCW i N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White i it mini-Clevela- nd lif-li- JICSSi: D. WEAKEN Keei Ihe nl rl I the hel au.l Uru'el vaiietjr ol Landreth's and Ferry's Garden Seeds in'Bnlh and Packages; also Hoes and Rakes. H j Fancy Goods, Fruits, . Candies Nuts, Cigars n hi the ity ! 1 1 d I obit-- ' DOBTT FORGET 'I ht he alto ROBT. FENZEL HKA1.KK IN- - i p llie cheapest to.. I. ol ; Staple Groceries, , - And ProviHions, -- II WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROJIPTIY DONE. "A11 y Vcijttjlil, 4c , jnJ tli.it he f I. liuucti if cooU fur lUion, l.iitJ, lliKtcr, hifiis, rti lor will' li he puy Ihe I I'oUtoc;., tmdi Highest Market Prices. (j00! delnereit nnywhi-r- e ly trip matle in the city and his tn Rowland lUl- - work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty. I will take old gold or silver in exchange for goods r. J Dr. J. B. Owsley Bold to an Illinois Now is the time for decorating your Did you ever nee an horde wis. as Semi-WeekWE ARE InteriorJournal appear in this paper? many walls and you will find the largest and pariy me 6even mines auvortieeu in mis prettiest designs of wall paper at V. B. paper, at 597.50. Come and the nicest line of spring McBoberts'. M. S. Bauyhman bought of April 1. 1891 wrajiai vir shown in this city. SevererANKor.n, Kv., a fine draft stallion for $J)o0. wFm wbWI WW, vvwr, nk t) 1 for Bide privately my residence, He sold to Jlutiuely, of Boyle, a young ance fc Son. locations in one of tho most dcsirahle All our Uattcries arc now arranged and we shall Wantei. Day boirders and havefiir-niehe- d Stanford; price and terms reasonable. jack for V00, to samp party another at ,o.wxi.TON,BUB.ManaK8r fi'K) and to Braumont Co. a young room for one young man. Mrs. B. K.Wearen. jack for ;A0. Kate 'udderar. MEANS IU3INESS. A. E. UinnoNs, Danville, Ky., has his Fted Kruper has sold his farm of Tiir. little infant left by Mm. .1 C. Kb nice line of wall paper and painta now CO acres near Crab Orchard to Mr. Spesc and artintically Enohavino beautifully In every line we handle. tm.re died Friday aud was buried by it open and ready to serve his customers for $1,000 and vill go to Mt. Vernon and done at A. K. I'fiiny'B. If the balmy breath of Spring should suggest that you must have 15m your bookr and school jupplie.snf mother Saturday. devote bis entire time to making lime and friends have some new Clothes, come and listen to our artillery play upon till kinds from A K. Penny. in will be applied for at and brick. His old friends in thK coun- high prices. LtijroK license Khusii Landieih l.anbti Posted. Mr. Anton Kemtckcr bat We propose to knock them out. Our Co., and ty ill pleare remember him when they papers and in bulk, at W IJ. MoKob-erts- '. posted bit land and all percuis are warn- the next court by J. Weatheiford &. Brown, lluttonville, and need either. ed fiom treMar.siiig on it. A loo' crowd attended the ?a1u of HAVKyour wntih, .lock and jewoirv Mrs. M. I. Harris, Crab Orchard. epairod at A. I.', Penny's. All work Mrs. K. C. Ilttlin's uffectA Tuesday afterSrtuim will be hoir-- iow day at is now perfect. We have made larj. tidilitlcrs to n'T Ladies', warranted. Mil. Isaac Hamilton's store at Kow land noon, but low prices were realixod thro'- - Stock llustonville ami it is likely a large tuitii-ln- r Kkmkmiikii that all silverware, watches, was entered by burglars Wednesday out. HotifcelioM and kitchen furniture Gents', DovV, Missts' and Children's "ill bo on exhibition. rimns Av., bought Ht A. II. Penny' wil! night, the second time within a few pold fr.i)out hah what it should have; be engraved free of chare. .). II to T. Mae months Entrance wasellected throuth ll.ciini.N biiLvy horse brought r'M': colt of ntock in the Farm-w- o Holmes Ave PERSONAL POINTS. the floor, just as it was before, and in by Pence 51 10; brood mare i 50; Jetsev Hank and Trust Co. at SI 21. We have 75 dozen Ladies' Sprin? and Summer Underwear. A the identical spot, and he therefore milk cow SlM.oO. Mus IS..T. KEI.I.BH la iilte ill. Horsemen of Lincoln county, don't splendid stock of dress and undressed Kid Gloves. it thu same parties Mr. Hamil fail to thinks enter your youn stock in the 0. H. IIkiii, of Danville, Is with friend Wb remind you that our stock of car A magnificent stock of Gents' and 13oys' White and Neglige Shirts ton claims that about sloO in .roods are Mercer County Fair'syearlini!, here. pets, oilcloth, lace curtains setlnis, c, Wc still lead on White Goods, Embroideries and mls1n, but the cash drawer was not old and stakes slW," 5100 and Hoys' Waists. - visiting in Is thj largest in the city. Mifw Jksnik Wmimn Severance & touched. The. foods stolen consist of ami $400 guaranteed amounts Laces. Our last addition is a good stock Point De Gere or Irish Danville. Son. ja the lowest, ., Jio, 10. due kniv-s- , razors, rlothinc, hats, shoes, etc., Miss Sn: ItniiiiiT in vMtiag Mits An April 4th. when Makes doe. T. M. Point and Point Dc Paris Laces. John W. Cu;iiii;ri has Misted notices and the thieves must have had a wajron Card well, Sect etary. Our Lace Curtain stock is unsurpassed and ladies who want choice nie Male. that he will apply to the county court at to take them away. things must come early. Mn. Win. StTKicwt c is In Louisville lis next term for license to retail liNEW AllVERTI.sEMENTS Gentlemen attending court would do well to bring their wives and uddin- - to his "print: Hock. The city council awarded the franchi-- e quors. M. M. Fi.k.vei:, of louisviIIe, ban tak-tilet them examine our stock if they want to save money. works to B. J. C. Howe, of of the water I k , u'tr mm Khs. For niciet point;, Indianapolis, nt the letting Wednesday The street cars not yet being in operation, we say to Rail Road a position in the Louifiville Stoie. Men, hire a buggy and come up; we will more than save you the Gait. A. M. I'imiick, of tlie L. A N, purest hud and linseed nil, alabastme aud niplit. He has 00 days to bfjiin thu it er ran'y 'T tor naki Tubs till ait, earring and decorative tiaints, jr to It visiting his parents at Kingsville. of the plant, but says hd will und Worir.CKla-nt- . I.I. HLKKINCI, five charge. All are invited to come. No trouble to show goods. V. B. vrt of l.ao' altr. or I exirjjton plVe Mn.- (J. V. I'lLE. of rineville, is visbe at work in less than :W if everythint: miln Msirkiburf, Ky. iting her mother, Mrs Kuiily Jones, .Stanford and Rowland Hemiy Dtnias, tejuty slientr oi runs rittht. Mita. W. A. Akxoi.i, of Lancaster, h.is are to pay ?2,000 for 42 phifs a EGGS Wayne, brought here Tuesday Charles Ixen the guest of Mr. J (J. Carpenter. lleurv, who im wanted hen- lor malicious year and th" L. iV N. 1000. W'o believe -White From lht folio xinc tamlarl wrictici Mns Maktha J. Himii.K and druigh-tecutting and carrying concealed weap- the council has done well for the town Cochin MiUUII.: strain; White I'lyrnolh Kocks (Knapp Miss I .aura, went to Lexington Wed- us water and IlawVim .tr.uL White I e;hori in this matter, as it - f? ons. ttrain . h"w Mpamttly yardtd; ecR wrrant-c- l I DI'MlHA. 01 the pure. I''! e ?i r uttine of t; Am-Attifr- l secuies the permanent location I l.AKb, A M Ky II Lira Hbhi, daughter of the lute shop at Rowland. It wipes out any to tm. Mim Mmii: Hailihh, oi Madron, the .v v $.'W v Fv l..indsomc l.iew ol Mrs Jo Cey, Is lolm VatiArmljilc, but now step .laugh- - lns of commission or omibMon that may . ,,,r ' ' received a pen- - be charged against them, and for one we W''1'. In r guest. Is Receiving His MihhMivsik Hum, who has been "ion of flO per month, with Ml buck are toinc to show our appreciation by Ml .lorrit Movlind wi- - brhn int u the (it $45" )arion, returned to 1,M voting for the loard as u whole for re- nijrht of the 30th and soudx to tfac armnint jH.kct vitititi! Mi h4li, rto, uch vcUithhic tivxi nt'to, and jewelry I will Ijomsvillo Wednesday. gie .t icuard rior I iiAva jutt opunl ii full hue of sprin. election. of $co fur the arret and omiviciuki and rtturn nf m the hmwc Mhs J. P. Dwn aud son nd Mr. ami HUtnuier millinery, embracing the T4 hrxe, two Ciwi'itCoikt. The Commonwealth's fnae ratchet were fnuod bit, H (neb, linmi Mark Hiinliu went to MoiiUcello . 8t tiovehius. Tlie ladiaa are onrneet-I- r docket was called Tuesday, whtm the rtiMel, .ne lnc, ud ne firmer ihi.cl, '. Give me call. Goods Warranted and a Perfect Kit Gjaranteed. to viit relatives tho Sth day: Th ls.i ar a'l "Id xcept Ihe HAMIMOK. in tins I to call and examine. Annie following raises were bet ISAAC I Knil, Mit in. Ml 1i xv, of Wmy, J. H. ItnMll, arnon; Hud Pennington, street. b'ft WiHlin'cday for a bjnirbty vWt to I. 1.4111 tT" malicious wounding ami Hans ami rn'z ytui r J. II B(.hmn sold to it i. Jones, Lorkawitx, assault and battery. V T. fn nda at Itnriiwxll, S. 0. B.-FOSTEUrevt, rauntU'P', for the murder of Judye the Col. Miliar lot on MiMllKTrtE 1'aton roturiKHl to WtHlnesday to assist Miw Mary lOntalnlna marly live, acres, for 1750. was flxetl for thr iHh duv, next Mr. Jones will beirin at once the erec- Wednesday. In her purchasim; awency. Curti l'KThe ca-- e ( HiiMtouviUe, is tion of a me eottuce on lu Ias. I' A.'iRBK'?. whi-k- y (iovtr for unlawful l MtltlllK hT MIMS MiM. I'. W. W. lVnn, T. P. A., tiled away and w was the one ll mtFark.-A- V. at ih- - Myer Ilotisj. Frank X. John Locket lor hoitn breakini:; Henrv j asks nt : annoum'e that the L Mk. A. Asikmk.n, of Itanvillf, was LIVE11POOL, i!l sell tick'H Juiti'tiou City to flow and V. F. Clytuer were each (seTueIy. Ho ni Ixinkrille April fmin v&w to return 011 ntenced to jwy a tine of J- -j and bu jailed here on Ath, Sets, Hfcoiitpanuxl by M. A. ('. Alvet-o- n. ' to Me 10 day, but neither was pre-ethe tUh, at one faie for the ronnd-trij- ', John 1!. F.i:ki left Tuceduy for of on an count of a baso )ull xatai in Ixuis-vil- it done. P. W. (ireen was aciultted where he hai enuanwl with Col. belllni: a minor hipioi, but Jos. Your g MAN'AUKRS, between u ttutui of that city and the II. Boyee, a prominent hoieitiau. , Daurilles-Mns IttMKK, of hanrlllv, lm rented .!, Tail. ti... neero who luui been in Commerce Building-- Louisville ordi-nal TiiKitorter?,' who proi'iirud the SEED OATS. ti,t reside.nci! on Main tict advertl-more Fcrapes than any other half dozen, A:nti;ri uchout tae Suth to kivji away travuliua doriolj, was diharued on hii own recognizance, v Mr. John M. Mclioborts, .'jr., and ta aay tiicy did it 111 thu interest o( tho to Inein hih devilment anew. V:en po5ejftioii. W. A. TEIS3L3, LDSil Agoat, A. .1. (Jitoss nml (1. M. II. piiblk', which wasbrltirk;ulhid. Of touin; ev. The petit jury was selected Tuesday as sIANFOItl). KY. Crump, ho are mi a Uhh- of liigHwtlon they aie very 'oheitoub ulrout tlitt pub-H- followi,: licoue P. Briht, John Dr. Applemun wan takim moiik ol W. n theStato (iuarii, were hns Ttirmlay, H. P. Youu!, dam Duddentr, the public akitik' with him and injuring F. Camden, Porter ltobinson. J. 1). Pas-ti- n, rn Mute to l.aiicn'ter raturue! i tiieir hiisines. Mk- - K H Ci.iihkl.i. h J. I!, lieuliy, J. H. Collier, J. J. Joe llanlin at Cor-- 1 to Mrs. fn in a J. H. Tucker, h. (.5. Gooch, J. Thi- - Kile di.ift "tallioii will make tbe A to Hurt Haylen ix si li.'lonciiiir and alo to friends at Oiimherlaud 1$. MeKiiiney, John Anderson, J. A. present pnhjii at my f.irm .it J snappetl at I'M Nevitis tlie other niht " liP aud Middlejiboro. of I.. V N., and tditolly ratnl hitt ltic with hi Chapped, Samuel K id, J. M. Cook, F. .shall keep constantly on Dining the year iSgj I i SIO to Insure a Living Colt. M. Holmes. it. J. 1. McKi.vnky, the .stock of tenth, anl arttui afterward lik.' ho hand a full and complete with headtniiirter ut Montuoniury, came a hpleiidid breeder I.. B. Litin for hoothij: John Hall He liapr..i-- liim-ehia owner killed him. Most dous up t see hid sirk pitrent.s and tludiiit! M. Itt ohm ix, stiiiifoid ouiil to b kUled before they u't a was triel by a jury ami let oil' with a them Itettor, stahl onl a few hour. fliit uf $30. tihaiirt to eo mail. Would it not be well Mr J. O. KiKK.srK, train tuarHer of for tin city council to take action on Circuit Court is about peterim; outw foie it ett fairly under wav. 15o.h the tne h , C. ti. V I. . ih lnrt to se about tho niattftr f dogs rnnuiii at lare Maudard. rand and petit juries were distillled tlie Mreet or line, water works, &x lit Mimebixly Is irjwii Ui hjilftpho-hiFouled Mav JO, 1'S!. Mlood luiv. hla k , Tuesday and noth i;ood deal uf property at lvl4inl a Wednesdav till next oe 11111 in 11:111ns My stocl; of , of it lu'fltd. tnd hopes to conpieitce has m far been ,tnno les. mane alio tiiii, win 1ltrivniwimparalde l Tho following ordinance Cuitis(.i.er won his hint aeauist Ur. Orimnam k Mil. A. IC CuvliKC of f.lherty, spent a1 n siivd by tho WiMiius-da, his hore; at leant he ic, tbe rande-- t siuldlo rtHllion on euitli, for oi ihtxrt here attundini: ctiuil. lie wan jiasf.'d by tin city council niuht: "lie. it urdaiued tliat it shall was awarded js.;j; month for '.'ti, - hi- - recoid will show. UN ounei-s- the Is larger and better selected than ever and I assure my customers ery anxious that Uasey hall he jiut i , .;0 ll.ueie- I,.,,,. will bo unlawful fur any travehne, or itinerw litre .1 democrat ,. , dillerem-nioiulip. the . .fi;bt.. . . .i..t .MCP. oner 01 ii., nir ,, miiiiu, at prompt service, low charges and courteous treatment; Air. Thomas in thin di'int. nun; ! liitsi I. ant doctor to practice medicine 111 any of charge 01 fill a montii ami nr. wooresJ w:, t,e ohmiii, cash in hand, and can not Home show for his white alley. A. R. 1'KNNV. Dai.ios in charge. Mil. T. U W vi rhs, of Atlanta, who it.s branches within the limits of the city tiiidettandinr of 3". lint ;rand jury nccomiiKidate half liis patioii-- ; sited b olllce for Mich has found tli followinS.iiinol, he ty IShu-I- IjikIc, by indietmeutr.: Ilia. tauir up see his nh-- si.stor ami l.el ofStuuiord. Toieii an to tbe iiilblic in :... ' , niirmve or fn Hiiuounce Hob Whitlov and ''"'.' WiHi.uii, by Wellington Kenmaik, I luturued ' : hrotln r dm ina her illnei-sTO : about a. by lnfs' iVMimark. I.y tlie irrval ,. ., i ; ',1 r.. : ..... V" .MI.I.ll.lOll, mordei:! mIm.Inn ) oiue Wednwday, ahi having hfjemi to ""- - "V 'rMWMI.,. ,"" l(.lllll,t,,vllllli. Ikil8!tfl..l.. i jiii for The rCeiitiKky llislje . tiHll . mii itle:it-wiiluii tin- ,.)imu . ,.r,,pa, Bob Whitley for crap, tVi 'MV' dnm IhWna Webb Inell No. He certainly proved an ever .nal'-e- e. 1'tm.t Ln il l.iM'.iitcr, an4 flcr tinrviccot 4111I li . If in Company to the citiun of meaniiiK ot tliiri onlluaucft. rrovuleu Wm. lliihton unlawful lvhioti one "f the h. t wnlkiii; uiiiiuaN on eaith I r SiUt help ill time of tiouhle. am vary truthful (sr the l Lincoln c.ii.ntx. This Miiiiig roadster stallion is an met ami l..leMte.l all the iJolddiist. Foaled in April. Iss;. U to Ida wihV ill health hre, that uutliim; in llun onliuaiiis hhall lie Liu Alex Uwwli, Miii IIjvb, maliciously lmvinif iwtrunar r.elvcit and hope by luir 4ft.tiiij; in walkerr.nl Centrnl Kentucky, iiichnliiif; ., ,. ril aion.inujuce. V'arr in' niwl cl w, v,.n.r ,i...M. d and full V...O.., Mr Max Manet has been fyim! to tive construed as prohibiting any reputab'u ffjuiiiiiiK stallion inl xHdhiKs. b Funk- - .tnnri- - u bav. ill If. hands, spdy and dbMi-tioll- . tVacn vilt hml ma at tbe Mvr Moiik in St:i-- J style. MClioil, llni-- h on each C .unity Court day." - physician or surgeon from any oth r a id John Will Youni:, carrying uonuoal-- j .,. l viimurk, I.y (.od.lan'lV Mimpler Den-iir- - position as iimnat'er of the l.ouinM W. JOIfXSON. place beiiij calle.1 here, uithur to vitit a weapons, lieoie DulliiiH, maliciously mark. li Washington Deimi.itk, ie. v s'mi' .ml he will leavu nM week Full brothel to Kstellc, trial 2 2i. lih ,)I,'7I: Y!MI V,1" v?' r,".,n ,,!,"x'' ,l,m.1 her. patient or in coiiHiiltHtion with any tep euttiii" Mil Kmliry with a rn01. trinl 2 :!. tindIoiitro-c- . rn Heanh of a t'limate liealthfol t cdiTe . n .:...!. im: i Kilt ,,,,, , in tact, he i a model the speedy and picinium colt of 'v. lii lO . MOM. Ull'VWlliimannriu-yriuiinjiMr. Mane.i stay ct Is month titabie hyician ol this city. Any ft.w l'limitf UN) b -- j, -bv .ileNiidi tiolddtist convicted of a violation of (lie pro- court this week ure..'n.lguG. W Mc Jlure mares the present Ihe Sinsl 3 ArciMic at iu place, l.tie, Im liar ptoMii it untr. ttxOMllont Clos-- j --JCw-(hilddilst f0, bv Vemiollt Mos,-iliibe tilled ill and U. O. Williams Mt. Vernon; Hon. and Iimm made friends by tho bun-be- visions 0! this .section .IoIIIIm!! itiA'ii (I li llllto in Mllllil S. - SJ tlll.l At S20 the Season. loh..xe juur photcr ip! mid, ,i on will hn.l $100 for each lay so ouuajjed F. F. llobbitt, Utah Orchard; J. Mor 2(K! than any otliei talln.n. uu uri - hat llv A,i,al J!( trr,,t j,,,, r,uht .nilKKeoii who regret to ive him up. Ilin the sum of I) , W. Uothwell.t.. K. liradley, L. F. Hubble, lie male, pictuie of all Us Jilst e, with privi-leaMone.v due at liist ir old stallion to trot ill publicof I,Os-- ! itiia t.on K. u.rinncr fr.mtlie .malle-- c photu- wileaUi lniH a larjre citvie of frlemln, in the practice of medicine." heUUlerei.t ten . sire of CilMH'tte. dlllll of fits- retntn until colt is gotten. llenidon, Lincaster. and W. H. her leave. Vandeveer. Mayor. --- fi Win. a ho dirihke ery inurh to ,;,,. ,f For further iiiforinalioii and extended lii,. Wilkes (tho fastest ma.e o flic rcolre Mr. Maura baa been HUfceedod by Mr. fatnilv, recoid 2 , Whirlwind want ciiUunl.it wilipay you t tee him before Wilk.-Kiii.ki) h tiik Cars. Tliomas Mc Hattfilord, Crab Orchard. pt'diniee, call nil or addies with i"y one tohavt it mii.le, at he Tjnlilililst " '.11. Itelle2 22!.) contr.nlniK Athlph HayK, who has hwii in the eloie Cube, sou ol Mrs. Kate McCabe, who -- Ol l.'.i.iii. K. I). KHNNKDY. ., ...Ti,, I... .ml .v.li ah .) be III to wti FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. V' Florence, dam ol A j kaiii, stanforj, Ky, y Dam hl.tloll Iltistouville, Ky a mouth or morn. keeps a hotel at South Somerset, fell be(iolden Ming" Cliief, sonof tmtlsloiiiet - " In l'ans !' cattle soll at c. tween the curs as he was Muppum from Mitrgan. CITY AND VICINITY. bought of o. Ador a lot m. f. Over V0 of the 2 :'.0 performers haw u ttie cabooe of ireiejit No. :" to a tmnJo-l- a a strong infusion of (i.ildtist and Morgan of beef cattle at 2.t0. May wood tit 11 o'clock W. dues near 11tu fool' Standatd. Hied I.y CIuiUk Dunn. blood. Doie (Soldihist will imike th William Moieland sold toT. I). New- day nitfht, and the chIioom. passim; ovei seu.mi at my place 2J miles fi.mi ptuM-uJJkw ink of .eiler hoes juHt leceiv uy o.XW'Al.'I) OIUKF H'.Ci. y him. Ids rilit lee was nullified from the land 12 calves at JIT.oO Suiiifiiid on the IIiitonvillpiUe. Shanks'. id utS. II. W. W. Hays bought Wednesday a ,y nward lll.ninl 2 Wj,lii' f II thlyh down, the left cut oil below tho Colt. As A ijnrc lor the benclit i.f tlu (.rciliton of I. :11mi 17 pmdiieing sns and lit At $15 to Insure a Living - knee, half interest in Iku.ley Hros.' line young ; o ;;o niashi'd in the lieini: Mai I'hi'ijr 1 nlfer for alr private!) a Tract "of I'm: election for city council and a producing daughters. i' in I. n count), IVr breast. He was brought here nt onco Tallinn, Silver Tip, for foOO. Males kept on reasonable terms. lue jutler will occur -- Wilham Morelaud bought of J somtl attention given, but not responsible aid summoned. He was ami stir'icnl 315 Jowm, shoulders, sides, hams ami in intense agony, hut his mind was Allen, of the W est hud, 12 calye-t li ;. , fMlimiMtKst.lfflir o ii;i.MurilJ.".7i for accidents. .. wrll iuiproi,l ami well waterisl. At the same time and plac. will iinUc i tin Farm ...in ., .nmitrv laid at 11. K. .c W. 11; W'eai- clear, till opiates were given, and ho illl.t. Ol f.. 1 ' U"s t vnilic .. v .;. .Kiii, she of IVarl 2 :M, by Ocntle Iti l coinniodum anil limit the season with one of l.ei llubble' best 'Iho Ju.llinh hiv i an 01 f.ij thvMon. I would .i in'a. It was a full brotherto Chancy Den- tc;:ldtlam Kitt Kiveis, dam of lleitie bled young jacks. begged that his mother be sent for. The urn- panel paut-lsunulnlinr ' acrrn, on (iul 2 :'.7, bv Vbilallali l.i.siieol imoiil, hlih th.MUIIIuc houe t rituab. unit do nothing, save tulieve mark I bought, aud not that horse, as r IVliuont. A.'v.; lib dam hv l!ed Jacket, iie Tiik hoini'steail of the late- 11. ViitiArs-dal- e .surgeons coul mi which thr impr.icir.cnt arc not hi ;'. o'clock lu breathed Mated in tlie last issue. M. S.,liaugh of the dam ol Keutticki Wilkes 2 21i, for tale elsewheie in his pain, and at H1 nlso oficr for saluiho isadverti-e- d Wilkes 2 2.sJ and giandarn of r. RHnk Hmis ami T.nfin T.art.,0 his last. Mr. McCabe was telegraphed II. s black with white mw. lost HO hogs, rang- Madison this issue. W. H 1,'eil Wilkes. So So 2 17J. I.iie Wilkes for, and it happening that .1 train was ing in weight from 100 to 120 pounds, h.iiuMiich. line length, bone niwl tinny, 2 22 ,', Ae ioe n Ccupi.J by K. K. MKi.beri- - ... a .russtrr, FisiHNo Tai.ki.ic. For tho best jointed about to pass Souu-ibet- , 4 vear old: lias niowu lillllsoli she got aboard during tin late cold spell. He attributes H:iv hoise, heavy mane and tail, with i..;.it..r. .inti Ired bv Joe Hlai kburu. 1st, rods, reels, bass lines, floats, minnow and arrived heie at an eaily hour yes. the cause to pneumonia. m, Mvle and finish, ami dam Dolly Williams i.y Koyai M.o.miotii: fwo Vacant Lots in Same Block. o to W. 15. r will give $200 to tho owner of the some tif the best Hotting families in the heinos and Hiitmow buckets, tenhy morning, but too late to aee her u nam mis- 1. lino,. , ".. a great stock Mcltobeita' his (In uhii.li thu li.'.ir, wir.- rtsiullv Imrntil Ikuighnmn s j , alive, ."she was greatly overcome at lir.stcoltby George Dictator ;kS2 that whole country. Should make boy ol Ihe vactnt lot elon at our son, he by John ' I have sold several horse. Will make a short dam bv Jim I'orler; ltd dam Mien 1.1 tbe. lomplume wllh ternxol ;ilf. Uimedul.lv i the suddenness of the blow and sympa- enters the 2 !0 list. rentstable 21 miles wet of Stanford, ami the day befoio weieas fur thi Ykhtkkiio hut tin- purchav-ill be ntillwl bv Hly'llie's Hannibal,- he by ("oiupnimiso; for her was expressed 011 all sides. jacks lately but the best ones are yet .. 1..... i,i.,.L- iioiiiet siihl bv Dr. in iitr . ,:i. iiini mi puri I14M . ..... j . , ... W..1 lovely as overcame inrfprimrtime. March thy , At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. IIHII.IMin II." 11 .. !,..u,n ..f ll.o ,k.l : The dead man was about '2',) years of age left. M. S. liaughtuan. ' Hennet.of Madison county, to i.evi u.ii. ,g,;t ",S ol S..". ohiL out like a timid lamb. The signal t snino place a K. & M. S. Hiflighmati sent thtir J. uud u good and dutiful son. It was his i.rms: )e. cli; Ihp ri'maimlfr Inrsuml uerviee says it will juobibly be showery intiaiimiMitji hi o una u lnontin. o aiing " percent npeedy Walsiugham stallion, Naboth, to train-inInl.icil mi J lu'gnhalil,-At $10 for a Living Colt. but tho moonites say tirat and only UipJ as brakeman on the Harrodaburg. Tuesday, to or M. C SAULEV. The lemaius weio prepaied - L. & N. in the hands of Ont Davis. He will Anril isL'oim: to he a dry mouth heVt ?8 to Insure. a lien will be retained on all eolu for AI about 50 barrels of CORN iii Mncktvf for burial by Undertaker HufTman ami more than likely be a successful camIf AY and n S1IOAIS f"i sl pnv Ucljr. " F KKlli, Stanford. ID aue "the uw mooiilajs on her back J takcu to Somerwt yesterday. J. A AS.T.HKl(l.i. ID paigner hold the water in her lap. and ly Brau-montifcCor-Fu- NOl f m e: av i iV: Open Fire on High Prices i ir f Hu--o- t ClotHing SHOE s J. H.6.RUPLEY,-1 i 1 twn-ve- ar three-year-ol- i- d F.n-tran- f.-- e n - ti For SalcA IJistillery, hi-- -- -. i'ott-oOi- re lo-n- n to-cet- S. HUGHES. FOR HATCHING. - r, j ' I'' 500 REWARD. m 't Hflgai Ifr ., If" Ule kni, Wod-nixla- y lt (3 ri.n-iti- Spring Go & Summer Goods R, iin-ii- Um-We- lcjliT fr bra'-i-- it n dm Iou-iKvtll- e Smeit !'.-b- eit, Jan ROYAL OF to J. -- r4l ZZi Insurance Company, ir-e- New York Seed Potatoes, Onion ' X "I bni-.hie- is nt l.cx-inet- on, BARBEE&CASTLEMAN . SEEDS .OF ALL KINDS, In Bulk and Package, And . m 1 J IB. 'iFOSTIEIR,. - i. "itoon-.tinor- e, BHATJMOITT. Mi-Ktnn-ey, -1t 11 A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWELER iVftiawsx $Mfch wa-ina- d, -- n lf re RED EAGLE. Ih-t- d Drugs and Paiats, Oils, & Stationery. Toilet Articles Glass, Books, '. Sipiir-l)uore- ke-pi- ni: WATCHES, CLOCKS Dorsey Golddust. I'JO-V- a- . .... t . 1111 'iey 111 iHirK-Yiu- c. & jj&'s&JEiit&.y: of -- t- - - ; ",' e ..""" i:irv. - .." rn-u'.' - sw.-aiiiii- ; TIIK FARMERS. - ai.-n-t n,ii. . , tfn,,n. 1 -- Ik-i- d I IifcM--a- ! itiiex-i-elle- af ) u J7-o- pei-ho- ... ., C-riiui- e, I l. d, AZITIST, o- s,.j-i- e - "' - ; s 11-- lo'-t- o.l hi-r- Onward Messenger ,, 1 ASSIGNEE'S SALE j i 1 -- t REAL ESTAX.E. I n- hc-ide- s , ": 1 i.i, it-- .. i JJ T I Containing xiisLi-ptibl- Acres. wi-ttht-ot- ,11 , - 1 - -- ROSCOE. a-k- 1 or T.-ayl- 11 ...uvoi,w rcpu-enti- ng , - -l - r 1 I I - -.- to-da- y ht, bu-puti-n g Iiare Mule Jaok, une-Hil- w ! . 9-- 1 ;:. fa. .r zjSk t rl 'i f "U ftiiir r sv ' - ' In n. f gPic interior t3icur;:;:i iSCEEAMER : JR. jer-mitt- SrKKD. Combined Stallion, Stti.k Mccreary 3 Will make the A 1.IK.N The Premium Young Saddle Mnllion, . 131. - of 1M2 nt my in Lancaster. Ky ., and will bo permitted to -- crvc inare.-- At $15 to Insure a Living- Colt. HliTAl.VIJI). K McCretirv in Hi hands liich. beautiful mv. " year-- , old, Im- - magnificent carriage and action and hidi le at loth end. He-- wan sired by Stonewall .Inck-o.Ir , he by Stonewall J nekton, he by I'enmark, he by Imp. Ilefgeford. McCrenry'-da- m va.-- Lady Parko, inn extra saddle maiei by black IHtimniiil. Mred by l?rinkor'- - Iirenuoti. he bv Paw Orockflt. (it Canadian). IManimd's dam was by Old Manihiino Chief; 2d dam by Puzzle, ( homughbredi Lady Park . dam vu. an etra Middle mare b Hinkcypearc. 10 T. P.. VLKl.l! Lancaster. t-n, if traded or an imp. middle Mallioii; ." dam bv Veech' Mare bred to this ir I will Ua stand it time ard piste ay removed from the neighborluHid without llambletoiuan. yming . Wildwotxl miik bv Iilnckwood 71. i'.ifyiug me that they are not in foal, ami the money h due. 2 81, Mre of lltaekwood, Jr. , S 22; lit forfeit the een-o- n JOS2 E3IHIIMTC25, dam Kate Jr.; by n Alto hold a lien on the colt until the 2d dam by luvy Crockett. Jr.; 'M dam by At $ for a ratr anil in tar a h ..rsc colt, to insure money - paid. Marw kept 011 gra-- n l'.i nits wick, --on of Sumpler. !th dam by 4 months old at $1 per month, at minora' rik. Joe i a red jack 4 year old U1 October, about Davi' llambletoninn. JAMES H PEPPLES. JR . i hnds high, bone urt of proven himself big be a gnus! lHy boly sum! hsw Smiths Allium! bv Almont Jtll. to 7 Stanford. Kv. krrir. hor.-eth-iisea-.-oMe-eni;Mo-ens- horse, 3d dam bv Mn.ntrirto Jleswrj-e- r. CaxUllsr loh liv Volunteer 35, sire id St Jullen Ho is a blood bay, 15 hamU high, left itVi etc;tstilani Ml Nmlin by Hammond, sonof Totters C'liv, id dun Wei l" Stnr, dam b Description and Pedigree. Ho is a hind foot uhitc, heavy mane and tail. Artillery ji and Modoty 1 2v, by American beautiful mahogany bay, black mane and foaled May, lSss. Stir 14. 3d dam ii) Kntraml -by Saddlewood. Wnburn 14a hv llambleloiiian to. 1st dam Miss tail, 4 Httif old Will of May, 1G hands -Cooler hjr I eleraph jji, id dim the dam of Geo M dam by Smith's Aluumt, ire of Ka- Cool ex by Friday liiu'h and weighs l.'.'tYl pounds, command Ire aret randire of ? in the to hi , tUneia S lwirlow win the .non of iSj at my ing in appearance and -- yminetrical in tie Howaid a l!',1. i, Hy Aliru m lo i io' , le). phone ' ji'j, et I'd dam by l.ord Wellington. slnble t4 mile Irom Sunfoetl uu the New White toa j n Shed by the late form. Saddleuxd, a grand saddle hone, wits Oak and Dix Itixer turnpike, near I) .4 lersir's by Second Hill. UN sire, Screamer, -t dam by Star Denmark, Mill, at n SVivniuiT. xya-- . too in Lincoln by Wildwood. the winner of KM) iitcmiiuth.. 2d diim by $10 to v to need any further mention here count a Colt 4 Months old This fine vounir saddle stallion will Standard Huleo. Mand tho season of lb!)'--' at 1113' btnblo four lllark staltmn. i6'i hands hn;h, foaled 01 iSx i . xfuiusiiiiiixranc .uiiiixf . xew i ork miles Kast of Stanford, on the county road Will make the reason of ISW at "Travel oreu oy by and will be era' Keit" farm, uear Shelby City. Ky., at Sired CastrlUr io4 leading from How-lanHiratdsm Wuburn Maid, by Wobutu iyj the M.I .1 .. .H Ari,1(V. to serve 2!i marei 4.1. l. t..l.rli. w, . IMHIUIlll I.IIIVI I..I..I M41.1 i Lexington Denmark, Ed. Barlow 2375. MAPLE : SHADE : STOCK !! e, : FARM, One thud 6f a mile Irom Curt l)nd.,Ky At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. SIB to Insuro a Living Colt. E. P. IMILCOM5R. 5.BDA3CI.AK HAKCBRINTO 3715. , ; inj null-know- din i. lklili ; l.ini- iu' ,. Vx jwona j i .' .. Ham Lyd.da of l.ad) Manilla . liitle-- - its xcll-hiiow- , Insure IWlIf ICnlXiSTfiri ', and A o8 , :., M f)v53r? el I So".';' C dasn pm Mamie Krent th world. it , Klet ttooeer. ir- - of wf Don Mentelth sunol Mi mooi i 1 ., sue ire of 101 in ilir ltvxCII.. fk l.tr. ,. f M . Soaof Alcyone Mat th MIMBRIN0 STARTLE 4801 Triil ' 7 full hrojher tr Majultci i Majolica i nl'i- l'a , foaled iSb. -op Mamhnno Maid - .. t'ollinwood Dom Peilro (3 jcar M j ra SUttl - MONTROSE Kin-- t i and Mm C. ir ' , 4 K "tft r '.i. W t W: r. ' M ?v'' V f fr. Three at. $10 6 l KydkN Hamhleu-nl- n Walker, iv Stelv' Ameri K). lllackbiid. son of RocliUck Proprietor of Lincoln Stock l'arm the Heme ol the sire of Majolica an, Portia. Startle 35 Colt. a At $20 Clark Chief 0, by Majolica 1 1 2jU, Mls black with white point-lFive year-ol- d. darn Little Nora, bv Hay Mamhrino Chief; Kentudx SiUinel Pi . rition and Pedicree Iiand- - liisli and ' jim dnndies." a Th.n Messenger; id dim Mrs. Candle, dam of a heautitul brown, 15 l, hseds hlch and 5 years Clark Chief ired Croxie a 19' t and Doi i.vus to insure a living colt, due Oct is this Hit style, gait und .ution are old other nl 1 30 or better performer. Hi daushttr line dialled by an) kiddle stallion in Kennies,), IC ir when mare - parted with. nniduced l'halli 1 tiH. Matolica 1 1 5 Viln 1, than any horse in Lexington Denmark- - fee will be due lux ing txlen more prcmiutts Kenlticky Snuirrrl ans and 17 other in the 130 Int. Nine of hi te a;e. jor. ha e sired 37 j 30 perlormer or letter. Capt when colt - foaled or mare - parted with w sired by the considered. Kr- -t Siturrel, the bext celebrated it KneniUhip. $15 a Colt. Walker iJ7S. by Tecuineh: damol bHarry Wilke Mine-- , kept at $2 per mouth, at ox tier- -' xhour stallion Kentucky ever produced, he bx Capt. Walker a jjK Mre.1 dams Kentucky Stirrer Hlack Oen (lartield a 13K, Charley frlel 2 6' rik. I -- olicit a clo-- e inspection of mv Illaclc Squirrel d.irx by lodliunter' lircydam b) -, but rate.Hinl, id tjele Maies cnied for ariea-onabl- e The lteru s4. Little MM a 16J4. Ahland Kate stock. I. S. TBVIS, Itlici. Ilird hy Phillip' Hlack Hakorn, by lietieral for accident- - or not S a llalcorn. Shelby Cit . Ky la) lor lllsck tlird 1st rtaui ox Calk F. DOLLARS to insure in foal SEVT.NTV-r- n H. L. OARTWRIGHT. bs Peters llaKoro. irstmaii. thotoui:hbtcd Mares from a instance kept on sckiI c'assut per month, but ii resxininilitx for acrufent or xx j.xu- - XXrtl.NMl rxcajics Tuned In race 2 jo a 37S d record Three-- i Hlack, f(uled i8S7 Will roaVe the e ioi) of iSy at our sublet r milt Thi. Mticiiitlceiitlx IhtdXoldlcMallioii Second cnu-i- ii to Maud S., Jay Lve-Se- e -- IRED IIY f.AMIIETTA W1IKLS 2 a. the uetr( Stanford, on the Hustunxille pike, sire of 17 in a 30 list. and Nutwood. P.y Knit--on K!0(ll in 2"0 Garrard Chief, list). -t lam Modoc, by Old Pilot, -- ire of Gamboiutn'a ist dam Mmid, by 4if a Colt. Dun , Mamhrino sire of Ikuil Duke a i!,' und dam- Pilot, Jr (12 in the2o0li-t'- . au Don lireno lit, .Mistake 2 ao-1 Chief and Pilot, .Ii., miirci tuntl at the dam Nellie, hy Son of Hilly Iloice Dennrtion and IVdicrce SilxerTip I a red by Cor K'njnn at thesta-- , hind Will make the pr'e-eliax Kith rinu mane and tail, isr'4 hand, -:- beau, yldam by Ifclm s orkhire. thorouch head of the li- -t a- - producing dams. -:- ankles xx'hite, and is a madcl saddle ho.se. ha the hie-U owner, 'J mile- of - very ju-tl- y docribed by bred. Krric on fojl gaits to perfei lion ami is a ureal knee actor FIFTY DO LI ARS to insure in on the ShellM (ll pike, ul the ln Dr. L. Heir, a- - follow- -: "Coal uluck withSired by the ureal Silxcr Kintf b) On Time, son Sj to the owner of MV nuv nrpmium price of of Stoneuall Jackson staiuU 10 hand- - high; any ofwill colts aKnl m ,v" of out a white oni.1111 u rtunu 01 wnun lu First darr. bx-- jAeedaddle, b) Olixir sontfWa;-i-xi- i lea a Maiubiino head, with large nostrils, a 30 or better, prouded there i no change in rule-o- f ti itim lit. fiwl I. inn the horse when record reulstratmn ande the eye.--, broad between broad between Moltie Mouncc, by Cab-- i Sii'xer Kinc'sdam is made. He is limited to 30 nppros ed maris wind-pipson of lllooil's lilacs. llaorL. id ' bell' ttell cut in the under jaw and - atlatk -inscription and l'cdiiireo: i' tandard ami dam bv oung Amerua, on of 'I arlor's Mesxen thv throat latch, good length of neck, dam by Medoc, d dam brown, full -- ixlecn hand- - hit;li and font (t ullbrrtber to l,)uttrnu.ltr Ji',, .lie of Melhe ',o list at ysxar- - old. Cer. Skeedaddle'a broad, full and deep ehe.-- t, on vith x en 1 UI tin- trumjicter, id dam Aratut priiiK- - nc ua- - a line mane ALCYONE Marcs sent to ux x ill receive Rood attention at hack, with bioad, full and powerful loin, tail, with a- - much -- tyle and action BV of Mc Koine v iH, I rial 2 35 nt 3 ears. Koalca i358. d stallsoa race rorarst, and twonly-laa- r reasonable rates, but vull not be retponxible tor and (Sire ) isthris good barrel, well ribbed up; full mane a- - anv hor-- o in Keiituckv. x till mate lurleits -. I'artiui; SIRF.D BY tiAfBETTA WIIKES 2 16, the accident or cxc( er (with i in Hit) AU Son of Ocarce xVilkes jj and the lamasss Alma Maler, slam nl Ahrron and tail, Miiooth over the hip-- , good, full in 1 3011st. on colt lor seaonmen- sire of 17 lixt Arbiter t sr,, Almetrr Alid shj Alavater, tsaWtc trial insurance. Lien retained Alline ta lata j by the great Kinc; liable, lie trial m lioin He wn clean stiple, well out, with well mu.-cle) dam Silly, by Alert by llamblclonun 10 ?d Cr' (the winner of forty blue Alma Maler it the only mare living or stead h his arssstsM-t-d ttsioc msms that Iwve crh sued a hois BEAZLEY BROS., of Proctor i loVi. Ilorden a M. limt)-- , goixl none, -- nort Detween knee Tim Kilnr- - il.i fiat xx ith re,oid of t 15 or better. Goldsmith l.--t dam by Slar lyths ibeet -- on of fab-- 1 Ily Alexander' Abdalhth a 4. Slanlord, K and ankle, hook well let down, showing Maid a 14. 31I cl.mi Voolblnf . ire of ol WciIei-wiu- hI dam . w.. C...1..-- I bell'- - lawingtotii. t. w, wruir x W.. XTIHn 1 . groat Miwer for -- peed and endurance. Vivasxlierc t i' lis 1st dam I Jul Vise ISJ" J ocniiuv Woodfoixt Maml)rmo aai a 19 and ana j alners In i ya and better ami ilasBt of Cypress 'd dam by Hamlet Denmark. dam ul (Juartcrmatler t (.',, the li ol the dam of lingni'li 2 79),. a clean, line, open gait and if handled 'hdford. sire Ilai p (1 .yan of tin lKt CoiisnI ter iJao. terns. of Stanlev t aaK. ,stie :id dam by llairl- -' liennuirk, -- on of1 jvnuld do ciedit to hi- - illutiious --Jre.' DOLLARS to insure in foal. nENT-I"IVI.iHte C. i JiH. As. lie W'altan Ijuarter Stretth t a V,. Lenox ) Txlilli-- t Ib'iiiiiitrk. KriicsMin, with a record a a . 1 19'i, lllue Hells fi) 1 ah , General lioxlc is 16 hands, vith line style and , 7. x Stand rd unJcr Rule d trott Ivin ICj-'l- e gixl, morethtiii bone and atrS. of 2 .'UP,, and half brother to Krie, with a form, ood will be easy for htm lo talc a f.it r lit PKKIENI1KK . b) I in k 1x41 7, irr M dassss ef UaarUrnia-- i r We think it 10 premium- - and ua- - never beaten in the 1 dam Mis ie -- old of 2 2iH u a lecord to ' o ia ltt Cascurilla tike winner at J, Kiar Wtlkr.f d.tsa nfCascanlU a a$'t, Ktut Wilke. sue ot Son of Pn lator and Winona bv Almoin eain mare or t'lding. model riot: by hor-- e -- 11111 1 . his of 810,000 at 1 Robert Homier for the K mile record at c.irlinp I ', lire 1of17Olixer k ii),,Mlu. Olner K r iK, Mlnaie Wilko. , 17, ,U dam I. no e ? Lanccwood, son o( Ham- - Kinjt Kiiule w- - iletl by Hlack Kaule, the oxer carefully, jou xvill find hnna clmiie iiei-otieme Wilke .c lireedinR dam l.ady the grandot bletoriUn; that age. bred one 1'ihitk Rockefeller, by Ameri ipiiiril. l.--t dam i ithej (iuanlsmau i arlili brwn lnrc. Its, Us ml hib.'h,f Sue st)b and caaforssutian rnsd frmu hi n. h in Kentucky. Hi- - cidt- - are MjreKept Willi season forfeited d prodoelac IiWuhI line, he shossH prase a meat sinek baHse can Star; d dam llay tlamof Maik Deiimaik and .Moiitu t'hri of his o'dest nslt'., inherttarceof and color, with plenty of, at rate at owners' rlk. kind, good Kichinotid, b llamblc-IohUt.Hardsissan'i fall kroiber. . . new xearsokl. : troitid miarlers a veariinrs. in. - . . . .:w r. rr'.aml . a . . . 1 . .. . V. M RUE .V SUN. to) by ISIack W illiam. -. x Will make fttvlo and line movementyrr 'skis in ihi )nr or IHe riionls lie vear oims, iv . csrmia smi i tennaxler. pni s Central I'aik. Danxille. Kv htnr Katrle wn- - iot by ( aooell - I.C- - lt the lireatexl sUilmu that exer lisrd la sln.a pead early, a sh thrr horse a.prsachel 111 in in the rea-o- n at my -- table, 2'. mile- - from 1 dam Mix Mxea.. ..hy KUxvin Forrest Ihis reaped (.aardsman has the same treelinc, is naturally 1 fast hone. ifeiiuall) as icnod Imlixel (nir.iid Chief. inuion. dam bv Lincoln county, Ky., 011 the dam Polly Stexeiis.. Ii) Mambrino Chief a I ftirni-lie- d rra after May ual iharactenstui and whx should he not sire mua and Liberty turnpike road, at LANCKTj;ii brown, xxith riht front heel -t Mare- - v it be at ?- -' per month. Care will be taken to white, ami u.i. foaltd Ma ami left hind iKitern hands Rrcoril He is lkindsoiue and styllnh, liuli lini-- li incident- - lint u ill, not be repon--ij 1. a in Foal. SIRKU HV 2:31. Sixteene3s. hih. $12.50 OI.TAIKK oer. Hi U and preventluiiid anv occur. ed and bus areut iMUcul.ir e -Protemlcr, t very fait ..by Lexington Chief j'.s feet are ik1 llis-ir1 dam . -.l-i- i at the -- nine time and plate I uill Will nl-- o -- tand my tonus; JACK, by 1 dam .bj'MambrinoClMtrwler. He has slioxvn unarters ill 33 sorond. Pretender i b Dutator, who sired three trut-t- r -- land the noted jack. Itoh McKroy. Kh.iit Poi i dam Lady Slanhepe.. .by Ilambletoinin 10. U MAMIlUINl) til Dl i'. j . greater than anx I (rar.dain of Koa xx lioe average sfieed i.ak- aed et. r so I dim, rfMs br C'lar. I im I -- ,, sin .! Croxie t x.l4 and i mhersm and Wilkes 2 thri'e sired lv othi r stallions. His dam is a xxell Per-o11 a 4iid ir i.ilo'r lueedinir to either and tradi ng n, ilx ',. I'hallas i, , C"railo . Simmons 2 ,S i o dadJx, lirel duugriter of Lancexiood a c of llambleto --- ee fur man.' mule d dam t ;i5 (nr hor-- e mule and ami dam Maud . sire i f 111 ' . bx I'ikH. Ir reuder-th- e i ',. lax .Iwoo olUire io!4lliy Tattler oo; daw YntiiiK orbrecdin the male limn. I Lt my stable in colt iiulf niner In Ihr lij in, vxtii77 in s x mac ever xiarnnrin lull season of Mainbrino Chl f 11; ad dam b- - Koelrttcs, Will make the a-ou E. S. POWELL die. hied areitest bremi mare re lint tln sire 01 liroxvn 11m is aio tne niru 01 .woex. Stanford at B. P. WOODS, of fine m.lix i.l 4ml it the very low l..,i..l, i a handaome cliextnat .lallion Mamhrino Clsrk j br. c dam Nellie l Allien (.oldsinith, uhomadc iKised to snsa-- t the demand ol a late rlaas nl breeders who tie unwilbsiK 10 pay high pro vs m ,iiMiirdini8ik.ol7.-unt er. x oltaite sire Maiif.inl. $15 to Season I hief rn., M mibniio Clark shoo I.I n t onl .,tI or :,S(W. br Pilot, Jr .dam 'lelltaloT.nt lell.ion, r son ... $10 by Kii'sd blood With the treat I'll' I. Ir . .... I u ...... - a well $25 I" O'suie a inarr will, loal i. I... trotters, but pri.lucrrat, i.m. .liciioi, vicii iiiiii.ni.iumi. ' Call III and e. Invalid should mate um pr. . n. 41' Marr ke I .1 N It 2 15 Note irsMireH attime of 2 15. Slonden A1, and Voluire a joM, and tin. mhis lent pedigree scr a nn individual with anixcel Sl.VMiJ.M. Kumor, 'luttler, Jr. ami rat's, but not rip..nsi''le lora. ulei.ls Ablmlt, Indianapolis I. M BRUCE. 1'ilot. D. M BOWMAN JR Burwin, Ky ii otair: are all sire- - ol jierlormer in j Manionl k 6 Jr , n,ircof 'latller, isxvrtl Lnoxxliif a rteing one I. ri.nl marc sires the aae, f the re.ileMl !, haud- liUck Mallioii; foaled in lbbl: pro'liuing Maud S J I C j m rixkii Hi;. Standnrd aad Kciterrd hi'zh. and a h"l ol nlher "I iwle asji7AJkWaiTMaBsaflhHUtfYV 1 1, fUasBja6TaBam -Chief 576, mic uf limw n Jliu's Jam, i ktf sxiVar'VC "jS'VisM 113. HsfckitBlr Lexiuiiton Sired lltH) ItV MA.MllKINt; S'lAttt I.K 4Soi. bv Kunlurl.v Clay 1144; dam l.ady Warttald b 1'ln.lht- . '':10. riire of .liinlinn.. Chief 11 , iril Sire of Maalsriao Maid Ul' ;K CoUi.xvood tV. and ' other, in the i'::!l I rector 'J toujr u (sire of dam of Protviiie ill " it- I e eXHOMs.f Mamhrino Choi Ctsfiftn. uJ 131, aa Hii'tle I oil ' ', hi ami strand -- iie uf Direct iiOU. Nancy a i. Arc by Manibrin Chief, dan. by Chorulr t or M "urniath ,1 imiK bisj'i I. o I p uu 1$, u .ir till, on mH -Poll. )3)7 M half aula track, In.Um 11'lHli by i.yl, WiUa46sVir of lull a()Firat b.ekh.irt 2:1 1, uud j;:. oiher- cliurcii llink" ...I I .1 a 19, Dan ilk Wilk i ij, Cnles ayX, Koaaat' Living Colt. $15 to I'll tatok by IlHiuhletou- iti tin '. :lOli-- t. I rial Wilkas j 10, Lulu Wilkes, trial t n sikkt) r. lhTixk Colt i ;yK. to At of riictiuiieer, Ueorge M'ilke, ian on haif mile tracks, b (.eurcr WUk. tre of Har11, Marr dam Clarii, ulam of Defter S.PSire of knitoika DENMARK. till aiaiiiiirf line, tod laml..ii, 41 ml until icason ry Wilkes 1 i'vGi Ity W illits us',, $Wilsoatif',, Mschanlson 17). Ilaiuti So au ii'1!, j paid, mare p.irted wit forfnU tin. e) Nail , Nellie and Aitoii 2:2Uii hy -- addle Mallioii LM7, W'n-J-i- . ',. Wlllon ji.,',.1 trial Woke 1 l'i, Kou Wilke. j . A.iurican star H imre of the dame iif Hay horse, is1, hands hiuh, three white lex't, rani' Inlix . -- 1. ii'i. Itv N.oiiiu' J ue llurker 11,, Toas Rogers 1 10 and 60 sstners . la a dark has-l)scristtion and Pslirxsi.-l- le da.T. Khaa laue. data f Maud Miss-su- ( from 154 ti i 10 Hi sain base airesl 4 Irnsii j 2 at hiaxy mam' aiol t.ol hue its le and nruon elc.i I Oiu - :.'. Itolw-r- t MfOicKnr Nl dam by Ihrk Merit 1 )J. by Geatt lliae mA, sireol JitelxBMiii Jr 1? haudi. lnvh, varv heav man and tail, suae to . iu ami daughter are the daais ol j" trasa Pearl Mestiuas . S1RKI) uphaatlctt aacTiarrteshimK-I- f xerx strac.fall) a.d I j data Mau4.M.sajer ji1, 1 i:pMilcin, Jr., :u il.nn j t , in Mm- ..by Almoin ::!. record 2:!tH , i dam. llx Su(lil'iHIKiss;fibNMAKK I V isecuad dasa by okshl"e aaal Pearl 1 7 Juauddam Ktlly Rivers, dasa at 'Jd ilam b William, he stands without a Mr in I I V'i " ad ia fait hi rider ay by Abdullah of j dam... Notwith-staudlnby Mei'iifir Chief Ji (iodiurdi by Imp. Vurkhne, sir., of tne daai'uf Ashla.l hartie dsrl y Sumpter Central Kentucky a- - a saddler Tin Inn t .1 7. by Aiaaaatter a Abaallak 1), airs Cold-uiit- h .Ma'ul mid ,t dam a lhor"iihbri.i ileiim.irk. bo. Ieiag bandied only three weeks, Chiat, itr sf Hlack Cloud 1 17V. "hi Clmisl 17, ol OoltUsalib Maid j 14. Mmoni aud Halaxutit, m lion will tuakr Ihe -- eitttnti f iti.it' .Mamartsxo startle lulll.ro aosili! Ashland Kate as turned out, ha u hrn lie went Lame a ml ire of XutiX Xularixtl who in tut. tiled Matvatle, atnlilo nil the fJelinont, O. lUtlirhlllMII pint therm Majo'lca t n and Mis Majolica (sold br daai of Anoat year oil ' defy all com2titNMi ''4 aa4 aalsl for is.- - niilc-frm- u a Living Colt. w oinl !2:1S ) dam bv Mam- $15 to sold fol aone, oeo b) Startle jfi trial Ij1, liMiivillf on the w I. .in. Jewel, the famous presired bv He otxo. id dam by Kcd laiket, sire of the dam of I I .iWi.h.ixe briiio Chief 11. out of a lexvcl. ir.t 'lam JasMc .1Itirk, dam 01 Mai h a, lei orl Kanimkv Vxilkea j ii ami Use tat darnel KtMl mium hotae, he by Cuamajchim's pike pike a. , iHaad dam l.illia, alretl by ..:' u' WrfMhiiiKion Denmark. duiighlur of 1'ilot, .lr. , Wilkw, .ireolhali'h Wilka.',,2 yearml 7 and dam a '.""""V , -f MuM,rllH, liinewkll J aikson. another prviuixnn horse, he by We.tihe.ter . of el.vra of tlietlnmol Maud ' $, VMm , ,, VahniKto Ieiinsrk, he by IMailc Denwark. ete Chirfsira..! ,in.,joaijd u hi h are noted as the best f jennet jacks, ,.,tK Wilksr. i. Almoin -- ire Txi'iofill sorxc S. by Imp (iIchcoh. ami o and xi for a 11K odt and is .d dam by by Tom he leiuiett 1 Little. M Ited l'ii. lll'i j. u litis.- individual tin I i Hal, out of a CopperboUiin. C harky I rtel , . .' yl dam .at ajf. by -Capt. WJIIaus. I. , KeJ WillTes. Ac :0 in the !2::!( li-- t. Will .iImi serve lil.iro Sio In oh toraieimel US a- a- Panux.damof Nnlle O'.Vril aaU. Katie hor-- e for a moment and observe the crowe of Walker, site of the dam of Harry -- ire of l.ubi an- - a 'J. dam tine -bv Norman 'Jo inwiri a lixniioll Tin. other two uilli n pcdiKicc. ' . he is backed np .iHrt axe other., rniril .mm hy IViris that l.m JacWaon a a, Ac, ly Iron jckw J he I .iimt in the ountrx and this hor.it, ami you will mule tacki. M A of I, tie loms ..? fou.th.Um bv IV, llf, May Queen hv the brt strains of saddle Mo.k in the law! xx ill l Nail T L. &z .1. S. BAUGHMAN ' I illh kiric lllare it b (W)e -- "T dim o) Cadet l.)le Wilke ., .a ..1 , look al him villi be sulfi lent and a liberal patro.-av'- L of the (bun- - of Norval " of WHke a a,. I irst dam t.y Aaser,. an C l. h) l "V ' dam Id t? scry kiodlx solicited. a Living Colt. $10 to 171, I'nii ny l.'obin-o- n ,0 .Srcoaaj JJr 'Hi,,'pM.. .re ol Calm. .Ire id the dam of any wa) on llbrrtl term, hut not three In K. aad the Uaw. af ,, in Alsirva kept Uiiaf, .i .16 in a ,0 dam bv Noimaii Mcdiiiui --V.'llf, I'.lcl.en, lor nretilenl. snouia any ocmr and Stables two mile ontli ( IIutonxille on tli1 , sH, s4ie ol .. fjdy ' ' ho,,,., , a, ', w MasabrtHo W,,,m I. .ir. .M The I'lemiiini Saildle M.tllinii . dam.(r Candb-.da4':'.M. fV by Moi-e .lie Mori'laii'i and i. arr.uiuvr''. Maliuii pike I. M I KTKIt. lit in; io, -- tartle a.,11. bx Jlumtiietoiiiuii to. sire 014 of A. lull 13. .Vi. d dam lis nriw iieiiiounu. 11; l!n---t diiiiiSloeiim in t w uud dam of t I Irst dam bv Amanran llelmoiil bi and the id dam UI.!(Fr.r(-)kV- ; .tar i xireot 4 in v and the dums of ,. Sc ila--r.r sire of ihe idtiny olIN, ue 01 i,nR.iuiiiir iiuue. by Mumiiiui ul xxiike. on. dam by lll.uk llinl S'ainl.inl Knle i.,l,, w Id for $7,o oat public aiKilmi. time- - an a M. KOIIIiKIS H ,4 is a b.iiHliful bax, I'.', find Im.k 7 .1 leu Young Twj man mace, by I wih to ol ihe fact fiattll Sireilli) Kinui trial i ,, full lirothor t. lar nip and let! hind toot a bile, Wilkes fimbv l ibub'ee.lers oil earth. Tbcx sell jhandkhiih Uejlsturcd pieniiiinis and I cert ill Jen I e; a- - a .1 tat greatest dam Chjlir.. b) 'loin C'ooiir ile I.enii (Ilevis. ) Ixlli) Kene t.nii. , raiiK)' ami lommamlinic 01 apjiaarame. Sjood, rial fiir thai wQM.Vtittiiaaiid stud taa.aHd the bishe.l old wm-ii- 'I ehiitxii nt all 171 1, record 340, d And one ot the gramlest llor-e- a lame, well Old Twynian mine, (nn- - jililani Cliullb oiu uf the dam of Ked idilki, By Second Jewel 4B. Aslell bv Itmirlxni Chief Sale of sjomo Wilkes as breed o dam Will iiialif D.i m x old Monewall JaiK-o- n a mall exer drovo lioua sxithoxit lfOl or weii;hit of in pl.u e tiiieed. Sioc.ras... I iin lis Va.,iRMi, Acnlyle iia.noo. I'lincn Chubb, b St. Lawrence Itimi una, b tK'liuoiit ." mile-fmi- ii Krs in Stiiiifiinl on tin. DaiiMlh Ihistmcx saddle slallnin xx ill nu.i lla scivin ha- - ti'itletl . 11.1t i.) .Mr. 44 ; wax driven about thru ,,."-:- , (uotid, Ctiuxtaatliia ('lain "I Kin;,' liene i.-- -, (KtiiUiK 1.4; tit ilam lllamlina will iiiiiko thtt a-on joe nryan. who My ?ii n. xseekatastra Swijrert 051., ,'te by Manibriim Clnet 11, ail diim nfin; at i ir staldi ', mile- irom Milledjexille, need pike nt j. - ., - , - vilkt io.o.. aad oth of 1!.' at trotter auiv mini? is baiidlnii! to make i1,. I.) Jlrown Lito ln i 'i'it), K) . " th- Stanford ahd Mil liirtirisniml ui.ward too iiuiiieriio. In mre lliircli marti (duw of ltMlinil edges i Ile pile Owing lo the m xrnt) of money, xouii,. and jrowthv, Mr Ilryaii advised ai ant 10 lion. Ixed Wilke. Allerton. ftin Wllkn and Ax 11 $10 to 1'ilot Living Colt. l'i lot. Tow btanip- - 171;, by In hi base hun li.niilliil until fully matured ( Kcd we will .land In"' at ko ot Ii.iuki ea h and .1 uood 70S; 1st dant iv)iichii lliil.i ihe d.nn pidi.'tuf th. re ait ten prodm 111' sires Hiulniv. tell lommuiol stud al near ixo. I ivill a- l- name a Money due when the innn - part til man v more st sust Wilkes i74y, sire of 25 in'," list by Mamhrino prol"t,iii(t dams, two ot tjiein Iseiiig in the (ti-a- t xxhieli sliow of third My fiiU'x.iddlc -- lallion hy On Time and Chief 11; il dam by IteilliiLket, ire of Comet $55 Hi- - pedrn-brooil mate list contains all the frxv Wilkes br Ihe on Monlsara )ear old ricord uilli or lnt'il in iinutlii'i hor-i-'. n bow ibey llotirUin Chief j3j (fre of Calmar . aj l) id I."id Clifton i n twii-fashiniiablebbMsil a Mnucwull .l.tcksoii maie will al.--o to llambleto. tit i ftil red orrel, out of .old lor 161--, b) drey Caste 11 ; 1st dam I'll- -, colt come, or mare is parted nian 10, Mxne lo He traces Chief Position vear old rrccrd Mouex due whtn Chief Mamhrinc Olire lo at Mtnit- - time and place, il.nn by bir I'eter An anal) sis of Inrbm's pedi- i vxitli. Mare-erathe make tlie a-on or fed at reasonable price. Amerii an Star ilo.ommt public aui Un, Atli.diin, IsHhihiiiupion uith a uimmI iiiiiiu' und inil. l.'i. hands K, twice and IiIkIi, foaletl in On ;,,,1 is gree ruxealu .1 run inherilaiice of perl..riniog and N't rcxpolixlblo lor any aicutenu should any oc- - strong mfiiMon ii, p.ntllv,' to llatrv Clav porfect n.id of anil lh"rolitfhlrnl lde.nl )rxrliiigstHllion, reiont .7related to the Mre follow e llreee urod in Ins blood, there direct viosxes to a Living Colt. ol Mamhrino Chief. Illshelnj three loll Mother to li'iii Filje i a beautiful He i bred like Mamhrino Muid 1 it' i, Mild lor lain' side horn- - Wilkes i ofO,. Havy mane aorri-lSunnl lil Alto 1 irt, iiii'iint--e m lis . want to btei d ton trood Mini me noted is .1 sire rt 000, la'tn; by the sine sue autl their dams bv Thu-,. ,, Nancy Hank, an; Allen laudS Km.- - Kene and the ire of bis data .1 hall brotlo r ainl tail, M band t oitlies Inch; xva foaled Sept He hti two colls foalid Wilki isnns ol ueurs-I alo Vce a 10, Arum io. Direit uu. eoidially invited to look to lied W'ilkis Ile must be een 10 bo apprteui-- I '. Mm , mt is a perfect iaddle hnre to date, br.tli biy. Iar(re and tine, 11ml i anextri Nelson. lo.Jxy lixe Altai! a u. Unl Wilk', nt in hor-- o and -- en hint move. ted He will Mand at Liberty, undir the maiiae-- I o, Koy Vilkr J (lilt Kdt:e wa- - sbosxed as h i year old and took sure foal uctler l'.very mare 1m serxed Ut year, made Kirksville and I hi xxverpst.ike premium at (.ny W'llkea, Ac. Heil Wilke ami Axtellfamous,. rrye, at of ( -. I think, Kafe in f.al mint eptlou, Ile ua- - ileil by Second Jetvel, lie by Thoe witliooentne aeuxiii of ik.,1 at in) stable at Mc- - season-a- l $jo eaih beioru they l.rcoins in hla own mic at Harrodburi. make Which I will stand it the saint place and to breed to ('iiiiniiiKli.inr- ji ho by old Hid rnU now bav. the Opporlln.il) win. xxaiit lo hoed lo a jtoml -- sddle stallion ara Kimif) .11 ihe Ijw pn e ol . e ol Itruee Wilke- - at the loiv pr time; rordially united to look al our horse and echini ton Deninaik. Mr Krye mil also stand my rr.ove rl ilam Kajmiu hv 11 miii of (lillh a S25 to Colt, and Wiley He xva ired b) Se ond Jewl, be l.y Ciilinm; $8, a Living; Colt. to Veihiont, !.'il ilam by llfil .Monte, ham's loxxcl, he by old Washington Ieiimark. Monet due alien colt stands up and Mick, muii Minnie by .McDoiuild' llalcorn. His and before the rcn-o- n open-- . lie is an an enelldnt individualfoal quite Will If not , At $8 to Insure. d.un by I arled w itli or bird to another horse jd dam by Well' Criisidei. his Lien lotahicd nn colt illUeason U paid. Better. ufo .in esceedincly lure 111 all cases if the mare is partrd with the aeoaoii Will pasture mare- - at SL', but not it sponStmiewiill Jackkwn, he bv Wokhiiigtors Denmark, for r ilea at li.aid i' Charles Dunn', riti, tint .Mil lei fjraed nt rate-- , dam by Crusader, will not be riwpoftib!e for iicC'dent, .huul.l ail) mike, knxai. of ioi atKuan iirumn pikea1, Amile beromes due and collectable. A lien is retained nn he by lllac Denmark, his hut sible for accident. lion Irom SiMiihird on tliu all colts for lexlce lee ' for accident-- , should any he by Old Whip, d dam a Rocky Mount on mure. ncciir not colt nnlil season money is paid retained on ' S. e; t (lam Lulu l!ell bv Kentucky Clav P.M. he by C. M. Clay .Jr., iStntder.-- l dam the dam of .Maiubiino I'.itchen and Ladv Thorne, - Heath, -- d dam I)- - Downing'! S'ermont, wire of (iill' V"rmont 104, the sire of Homier Hoy 2 ..). lllacklMnria, &c; ,'.d dam by Cilciio'c, thoroughbred. bv Lightheart Montro-- c C. was full sisto-- e, 1801, trial 1' ..i; out of Mo ter to l'rinccp-- , -- ire of Trinket 214. 2d of dam I'rimro-e- , dam of t'riucop, Feiuuie Sole 2 20; lid dam Jllack of Darkne.-- 2 27. This pedigree combine the Ilamblcto-nian- , the Covler, the Clav and the Ver mont strain-- , with a thoroughbred lm-and will -- how in hi- - dtiect deM-cnmoie than oO 2 :MJ or belter ptrformer. .Monti e C. cousin to Maud S. He mahogany brown, Itl hands hiirh. a speedy Hotter though untrained. Will make "the eiien at mv tnble.-i- n Shelby City.. m o--a i- .. ' i ' Coriniio i year I'red public IrHl; Veter Hoy Lord Talm P.ntun f.A - ...t j I - -- 1 $K ' 2Tk SIRED IIY START LK 6. ' nij 1 CArt Sire oi Majolica 7 15 Majclic 15 nt dam lenic Kirk 45)4 (Jm ofChief, ireol him! Mm Majolica 1 ji'i! by Clark ?d dam OM I.aily. Jam t Little Croxie 1 ioJt Miss i j6-- Churley Kriel 1 i(i, Ad 11. 1 41. My lr, ot ,,,e Jam Cajit Waller t i7'-t-1'ilot. ot WilLctiiH. ol jil um hy I'snsh's ly llriiwn of t. 1'ilut, the lire I'ilot.Ji 4th dam Jircof dam if Koialind . JlH- - 5th dam I. v ., it dAtn Llzne can Star; ad dam hy 1 SUrleio, nn 11I record Itrlrantl 1 l.lackwoml 11. by iSormn 25, tiro of Lulu 2 14, Mav tjuevn 2 20, &C. Dam by Mainbrino Chief. IiCxiiiKtou Denmark - claimed to be one of the hamUotue- - und mot beautiful horse in Kenluckv. lie is fashionably bied in saddle and Hotting line- -, - a hor.-a line united trottei, grand and iroes the trait- - naturally. Hi h.i- a 2 0 gait, both raekint; and tnt ting, without any preparation. He from the "liiuhe-- t el- a- of padille and premium hore in Kentucky on some of side and his dam repre-ent- s the best trotting familie- - m the whole country. Thi- - combination produce-tin-be- -t combined horse- - in the world and ' tho.--e which command the be- -t price- - in Any one win nave nil Lantern market. to -- ee him to appreciate hi- - creatae?. 1 xx ill al-- o stand 2 splendid young juco. iie. "in-nnatV j Westmont 2 1l,xVc. 2 PI, Faiiuv Wilheroon ATOKA Mone) due nn alt (vnsotis wbon roll are bur Irom ( months oM Mares traded or ,H Kina II Fall Brother to Solo jV jo', ril -- rniiif Abialtah .MamKriao ia Call and examine my aownty forfeitoiaturanr trotturs and ra1uciaf d.ias Mr mde. ittllicH us well a a IrtNtsr. 1 vouUllk. stock hafiie making xmr selection. cm the kite mare , C M Si'OONAMOUK I'tK (Mrtifaniri, slilrt, wHh peUigieas UP -'- .ULCOXUR. '. SILVER 03IMES 68x8. ysmnftMl rirodueiat; site thai "ee fttotiblc ? it, by Oeorre Willi 11 m SUsreMM t i j Sil'erlork Wtlliwand Mmhrlni l'au hen crux Ht rudud v. r stood In this part uf tk Atata lrl m revd 11942. la tlmr. k Iaill. Kentucky Squirrel.; -- J'lltfmm Jv-- This Space llelous lo - rnxwe the This crlfliaitj sa "die txilinnxvi season ofi- - I at ' e fair t r aril, Ki hiuund x.? J f j-- "i Pi Tit Vai T 1 JAMES P. CROW, SUMAC AND OTHER GOOD ONES. it .l. Imported Hidalgo and Bnganza. oj to Insure Living hrlc-sonayi- lif lf):. Snli. , O BELMONT CHIEF 86894: thi-ti- At to Insure Living i- ui, i- -t ERRICSSON, JR. 1- GAMB0NiT0iS41!). car-ol- Silver : Tip : 169. Living hi-- jii',, At $lt to Insure i. EAGLE of : EIBD, oi nt BELLEVUE STOCK Kexi-leie- FARM, ot, ; ' Season uf 1892. on s SID to Insuro a Living Colt. ir-- e, . j ' GENERALB0YLE9145. 111 lt 2:27. ear-ol- d, it tie. li, n,; -- S E LANCET 7871. -- I 11 pure-Raite- l.ee I ) t, r- hi Hea i I'k I ti',sirti. 1 I of Mill-lion- -, Mare-parte- i.e h. .. ) lo . ad ....... 'lo .... Hu.-tonvill-e, Ilu-toiivil- le to Insure Mare il. b e. M:ivEB:R,i:isro 11 li- -t 1 -,, $50 lo Insure a Marc With Foal. sa er iur. 1 n- iS, iiriioR'ri:i ror-tUl- iy I j joiix, oxjiic 3404 I hr 111 i , -t n.-li-t, GEO. DICTATOR I.J. the or Insure. K. -- I iri. .4',, McEoberts 8634. ar byDiotator Jny-Kyw-S- ':lf WSDtlEWOOD. -- Breeae Wilkes. I 11 , 1 it'4l , Insure a $10 i Insure a Living l"t"i.tt( Vik STAR ' lu 1 iV ' 1 BED FOX 195. .i! -- 1 - l' ihe 2-1 -- jy ' l- - llns ,J . i(, - Insure Siod 0) Four Splendid Jacks, ilt .il., i tt hbi tn 1 i4. 1 y 1 .I '.7V ,,. ,,,, At hi (v Insure. lanille -- , .k , ',, Insure -- ' j cXs.t ...'r..ol . eU-.r- i l.m,ii I ..... .,. Ik)-nu- IXGELOW 5799ll i,i, -,, j GILT EDGE 261. I 1 JLi'IDKlID I I -- -- I (inn mii-cle- ( foll: thti-ea-i- m !u tudii 11 .a .,'.). T,- S20 to Insure a Living Colt. Insure hae Insure -- Main-brin- to insure a Living Colt. ed e e 1 .',, 1m-- -- I'-s- At $10 r0 , e j i J. 11 dle-iilli- FOUR GOOD JACKS, at lUn-xillea- nd na. -- Ten IollarH to Insure. Wii-liin- IMPORTEDJACK, J. K. BAUGHMAN. Insuro Livo te $2o Insure Hi-!l- il. ui tt prom-isini- '. M. BAUCHMAN. it lo .Stanfoid, Ky a lluttoiiville, Ky MADISON SANDIDGE& SON, i Milledjeville, Ky GEOR3E B. AliFORD, McKinney, Ky CHARLES DUNN, occur. 4 Slanfoul, Ky (5. A IiACICHY ICy K: i V .s."i !.t :j'. . j ' lisli. ' - i "" r t j Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal Ky., Ai'Hii. 1, 1892 An UnrrllKMl Ijr nn icroM-c.vaminin- K Attorney for the other MibO You Miy the i?.oon was shilling' brightly ut the Umo? WitnesH- - Otirr. vritnevs -- 1 .i,'? CANINE. Stani-oud- , W. P. WALTON. WSToCK A' II I l.iin-- t, r, of Mi&nipolt, for f3,.VM Ihe Yeiu Book for 1801 credit r,M10 i .tt.'i-- tl nwordt from t:S) to 2.0KJ, with rcvordii IfOtn '2:2ft to ."i I s) Ri -- - .t I.rxuiiitoit, hits aoM lrutiisr of rroi Colon, to B. J. WiIhoii, ( " Mo-rcxtn-paiKii- ctl. irwi S., 1J1, will b bred to Ax-(.I- I, .' I.', himI nlterwarda will b that alnn lif r dnui, Mtir i.r.."liivil Iiimx, 2:1 J, will be bmlto 1)1 lar, x 1 no lmmlrwl an J twenty-fiLhods of An ANMfltrxl Alua. IJMolyk'K Humble tniiimi Imvo gired 9V "I fi-Mrry for poor Jonoa," tr..tUrs with ivoonJ of 2:30 or Itrttr, (Ium IK? Smith tn (iillioo)y. ii.on' 1 u it tHico rm iimny im hart bwn "What lthe matUr with hlnir kit. by tin' toim of any otlmr bor?. Yeaterday he mis"He ia eoUr-blliMMr. II. UnrrlH took n Gefrmui carp took my nice new jrreen ailk umbrcllu hit. own brown one." from Mr. lIvin MrCurty'n jhjihI lrrlliy what I havo often t fiat iiii'iimiumI 32 inclica in lenirtli anil "That snid. thut It la iMt rltfht to Judjje a man hi tybfd l fOimtlr, and a few tlnys nmbrellH. for N may hare stolen Mr. (loorgc-- llontn took ono of tlirne by his it." Tohh Siftintra. !. jsoiiil which from Dr. Ilrv. I'llDk I'lilt.k on I'nt. ii.cArtiiri'il 22 Incln'H. Ihiuvllk- - Advo-- i Kojne tnn ay. lieah lrehlren, dut tt. "ilern's iki uxe ktckin' nftn fate." In a ('. W. Wllliiimf. of IndiM'ulotie, la , jj(KKl many raawi "fate" couMata ol. do. I h mfiTfd a FriHl purtw of $10,000 for lack oh on de part kk-kiand Allwton,' 2 0tJ, to of de muii 1. .. Alt... abilities f.mtball over t. trotted over tho Itulvpoiiilunro tnitk wouldn't rnUe a Y. Ileiald. u tliree-fori- t iwSfii-nt.i- r mil, tin" nioiir to be dlvidi-It Htjrt. The senator Mniitor-Tm llHfli)r to Mr Admlrnl. I - written tlmt hf ia mtv iniirli tempt- "I fcotxi 1 abail, make him happy." tmkl Miaa Ilotoel,-- nkn w fti t" HITpl. ahoat to Ket married, toner friontl. i Nipper. NOTES OF NUMEROUS MATTERS. "Well, tbt-rr'one thine;, dear, " tmkl Miaa Nipper. "He will never need to wrd bo unhappy bv rng Jealooa of yoai.' The proportion of Anelo-S(Ui- i n tbii F.nclihh Jlibli iw 17 Mn:int.of tlio X. V. win 'It .Million M It UlthmO llHlit. The Lft of tb un mid the pitHlioti l'aiiuiua:- - U JoHmvu a practical, lovol-liendt tlio "(ii th Hru ttiw primary ruuwi t tnau of bua'.nea? tlin i Irrulntion of the rttMioplmr. Oiunuiitp Ye: and he uaa a vory Tho I'blliulflpUiii sutler reflwry of preat afoot ri'ht now. Clno S'rerktb ! been turned ovtr to IHiiinhirt1iatN that.' tin- - Siiirnr Trust for $7,000,000 iu tnifct nniHlutr- - lle'aonraniziairaonmp.ny to lnaiire tin primf buildina XKaiuat icitttlrntt . prtrttv jeirl HponUit.ertv rombustimi. .ludar. In HiK'ieiit thin X . irrlt UrlUf. a ior for lioiMlttclte. It in va Helen Hyler I'veRot tojfo and soe a SmproTo upon gom? of theae t'lthcult to 1 1 L it, L'Oo, this ywir. TUIH WEEK LY OCR (ittixl I)ik 1lil. Duriili.K It "I think I imn." lli.unl (toil Hor Thi. "Ror we thi rnrni In the innoii' "I've wra what UMQTCNktlUiu umh In ! Otlier correp. mil i'ii te omit mention of J) K7t jTZTti Lrmwl KK tfm RM n 1 t-n. the tanm." -mi frtrrr,. is--m operattng waatimR inacnine8 uy ui. m 'Dftcor power: but I find tliat women' most ap- Bwm m a M v&mviMii mm m tssM to is m wk mm ba !,VI' kM II. ttflavf && P'AWUk'J mqi "Mmjt time." 7y preciate too dojf dotug th waalting, and SSJl Wl t JWllWr His I'm TAI KM "Wimt k he look like?" that u well Iwed bird do is the Ix'st for "We.L to tM you tbo truth, he looks endnrance. nnd la al'o utln rwnm usefr.l a like a little. awiiiK to hia (rrt'Ut intelhgenco nnd L ii7 iza wt lawyer." Chicago Tribune. H.tvinjj n friend who clmnw, washing loarhin and A imiieiiaa. I I never mv ufh a friewlly dog powers. haro heanl of tho prnrti-tClra received, new tipvuid Suits, in alt. the new styles. Our experiewe of many jwople. iiy Kng-lischotr. Tbtjr tofrd rkrl.i iu the mkklle miiik1s, reach setter, wenrhinK jwrhef-boo- h. of the antben this tnorninif to apeak Don't forget tn see of every Hue it uou inte waa lent to run h washing machitie nt torn. to buy a suit. Our Pennsylranin nnd New Jersey state Aunt Huhlah 1 UUfW notice it, i7 tbe mul variotja roanty fair, nnd invariably child. Clara-- Hat tkey dWI. I wore my new proved about the- greatest attraction on OS& JAMJ" IBIUbA4aT 'JUSt'lT cloak to chorch for tl. flnt tfaitc, and tho irronnila. At the Dan bury (Conn.; WB8- mMSSLa fair a bmch ahow waa u!m in pnf;ruw. I carue ia tbe choir as moon aa nr. "IlBrdly knew you. Hardly kaewyoit,H nnd various breeds were tstel for "breaking tn." My dog did good daily Uo or three time. K. Y. Tribune. "You an perfectly familiar with the nppoarnnci" of the iihmiii, aro yoo?" "Yes. sir." "Can tU a mfmii as far n yon eiia pec it, con you?" It wan. - ry g. J J A.A)jL. JLXA VA Ml JJ .... A1 JL VJ I JL JhJ A USEFUL mmwwmrtM- ?i ni mwv Zirmm ..-.- - w&m&mmmmpw ams "1 W one-bor- will-lngne- Bl II maiiii-factnr- w .. ' h Just fifty-liv- e man's oar pliers are - rTIWW. - ""A"A m& work for wna jnat time consecutive weoks, ami iw uilliug at the end as at the Jib $2 fr liv-f.-- re Ji-- Hrln' :0, I w-.o- s fcix-cun- d .i- '" a beginning. 1 believe that M'tter dogs jkwsoss tho greatest endurance, even groittor limn horses, and that along with thocollioe they nr tho most willing and most easily taught. Ordinaiy dogs can Ikj gonerally taught by ono good lesjsou. Tio them or, preferably, hold them by tha collar and encourage them by "ixttting." For an uii.villlng dog tho jnnvcr should lo afi.tti ikitnli Iitinliitifr flin Lf tttHli rc i,ii, T".' ...v... ...v.....r ..w toos is more apt to discourage than help u dog. In purchasing a ower, look out for the iMiniiiiig fault and get one with n track that is easily adjusted, so n to incronse the pitch to enable tho siui.a df " to do heavier work an the weight My dog was n capital butter coiik-companion f..r children, an oxcollont watclalog, very gol for driving cows as well as for game, ami no tidy housn-wifcould ttnd fault with her. Assuredly she earned her board. P. N. in Aural Now Yorker 11 1 1" s grades. lo close, 25 pair lu dies' button siwes, worth, $2.25, closing price j.i(.cs i are ji nes noes, suso compceie siocii. of j Joys' and .Misses' AT CLOSE PRICES. are guaranteed; try them. Also complete line of hand-sewe- d Si. 75. in all shoes, HATS FOE EYEEYBODY, THE LOUISVILLE STORE Main Street, Stanford. ,iF. MjIjYES, Manager. e (21 k-.. OTFiAM JiliMlTOjy ANU- - ys. I'm. ed .lnillt Till Tbero are om pretty ami showy of laury turkeys, but tho only breed that is pi oh table on the farm is the Hrotuo turkey, of which family sped- - k.. AAVJSiiffls STEEL BOILERS, Upright ami Horizontal. Stationary, and Portable. All Semi-Portabl- Jsr,i mm ! gjfca- m'5SSST1 e kb-Mti- tmm .K'A wmmwm vSSSSJ m. vK aYVi'v." ifg2ssL '.. I sizes up to power. ITnequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Write fur lr Illiiitratctl Pamjjk-and your wants to 26-horse t ; - TjHtiSif TIIK JA3IES LEFFEI, & CO., rw -r-.- ok crrv si'Ki.vnKiM pike, i nHio. I v. pirl she's tlie (trevideut of our hociety; and I've ifnt to Uflt r a fonual Tin- t. mw roiifo rirr Is lh only itb-- f 4iid all titne. I know just u.s lut ly llnodleHa rivor in tin world. lt.i well un etin Ih that she will wiy: "Yes." U, that'j. a prrat .lack Limit KM ateht variation, roused by drought or point when ym f to nk a girl a quesn foot. r.un, jil'Vit I'ispk. A nirtrint' inonHtcr, with a bond of a tion. bwtht, tin- tonjjut'of a Minkr, thi tutb rf Iuniilinl ttrm. If half Judge (ulm is luiklhoadel n linn nnd tinn of a fib, waH eaticbt in what the witnedves testify iiifrflnst you San Franriwo bv rrwiitly. is true, yiuir eoiiMjienoi inu&t bt" a.s A tiiitsli roiiimoii it'd brick, wlii-black as your hair ih viiil noTly laid in ut'oiiK ct'tiutnt, Prisoner If a inuii'u eonsoience is t'i a lurtd of 'l tone, and it will icipn t rrtrulated by his lair, then your honor brii'k nearly huni.'t pot any eonwiener ut all. a coliuiui of 10,(XK) Mui;:izlne. to criiHh tin- - liottoiii bili touixe. iiiwssriatn. Mr. Wnnatiiakiir wvvm tb.it 7,K),(KXI, UXlpirrrs of nmil unilti'r nra by tla pnital run wvty ytur. Over i rttintrdie- -. h-- que-tio- u; - "--'f- f f -- tl-.- mimmmmsk Sirs A7lSTaf VrVl.S . t UrUOiNlY U1MKM sAixti,-irsv7'j4-iKijB- 7 The K.untrv church h..s .1 peculiar DR. M. CRATG, Imrin iiid ixert.s an ii.lii"iice mt often Homeopathic Physician, taki u .to the ni'couuts of thi aflairt t f I Mat-- . jt is .situated among a STANFORD, KENTUCKY. groe .f oaks, fronts a public road and On.ce Hoars oto is a. m.; to 3 p. m.; 3 to p. m. stands before its one acre grave yard, Office on Lancaster street, opposite. court-housw lure the sacred dust of two or threu 9 JOHN !p TIT? "PirAT'P VJIV IlIMV 4 in.lt fioni Stanford. .A I'Mirable . Ms in Crnl. 11 Firm of 140 (lrrhar.l Miller jat 1 POSTED. This intice forewarns hunter, fishermen and others not to trespass on our land without permission, as all such will be proec ited to the fullest tstent nf the . Sn;nnl C. M.SPOOVAMO0RE I r. KUL'CE. !5 THOMAS C. HAM,. STEELE IIAI1.EV. I 1 - n llltONi: OOllllI Kit. Dem-orest- 's fi-o-t pii'i-i'- of mall an' doptifitfl evey i ) ' 4 I minute. gold brii'k was recently hbipped to .wan l''rain:iico from Yuma, Cal., the value nf wliicli was eptiiiuited at a little 11,000 to J'.Hl.tWd. It A ' over ;'.!! pounds. w-m- m Tbe battles between Imperial tnipi VZW ami rebelH in Noitbern China haven k Milted iu tlio -- launhter of tboitsaiids .. put to deatli the rebels, over S.OiK) .attv liy the xword and .VH) bin ued alive. "lie harbor of A t'Artjo of in lrcrloiia, aivideiitally lerHiiiu iv'iilted tin.' befoie tliey .t ml fix ves.selh cjuylit :Si could jret away and were consumed to 'j i the water's ede. Tli lorn imiiieiiie. Use me, Usv, s de Visitor l'ehruaty in 11K) will nut contain --It days, altlioiiv'h it will be leap year. FebMr. .leiiiiings ihIh) has recently trav-rle- d I all from tjie inli-ti- ll! ruary iu ITlH) also contained only '2s thtlioitght for a moment jou were andays. There h a slight error in the r calendar, but it will amount to other sleeping-cul.llriHn ('lull. only one day in .1,.1'Aj years. "I Mippoe you re f.uuiliur with SOME FUNNY BUSINESS. I'ope'h 'INay on Man?'" said Mivs llostone. Teacher "What do we learn Irom the "I can't say I am." replied Miss Moiy about the man who was told to Gotham. "I did read his last encyclical take up his bed and walk?" Dickey on the labor iut ion, though. It was Hicks "We learn when foldim; bed-- , a dnisy."--.Iiilpwcie invented " I'm iiiirii.'airiii. Say," tmid the elderly Clcverton -- You know, it's a funny limn, "I want a little pieco put iu the thing, but every time I've called on paper that I want a woman who can Miss IMnkerly lately she's hern out Well, neTcr Dashaway (brightly! conk, wash, iron, milk fom cos an' mlud, old man. t'omu aroiuul with mo mniiiit'o a market wnton." some time. Life. "All riulit," said the advertising clerk, rualllllll I t III. "fliall I state what waives will be paid'" "What will the coming girl wear?" "Wanes, nothin'!" shouted the farm-- i U a query in a fashion muga.iue. r looking man. "1 want to mniry her.'' "Well, .she'll wear out your patience, Indianapolis Journal. , if she ia the coming girl iu a restaurant First Citi.en Do you know anything where thev employ waitresses." Texas Hbout Hullwiiikle, the butcher, Itrowu; Siftinps. if he is a reliable man or not '.' Wumlrr. Second Citizen Well, I'll ay this Hassett I gaw my seat to u girl in much for Hellwinkle; I've bought can the bridge cars this morning. Faaaett Did she thank you? saneh from him for over live year. TexHaiiM-tt- Xo, she didn't have time. as Sifting. Shu fainted.. Life. got your house tixed, "Have yon Nrnlril Hlrlilnc "My house lived, FiaukV Judge (after jury has acted against V" "Vour houee. heanl What house the mat Vila judgment hi acquitting a man) papa say theie was ioinethin Give this man his liberty but watch ter with your upper story." your coats and umbrellas. Oil City It was a very (esthetic younj; woman JUi..ard. w ho sIrIilhI the other day as she sealed Nnllilnr strauga Ahut It. with black sealinR wax he black border8llngbon Isn't it queer that MIm ed envelope that she wh forced to put a TirowBstim weurh ouly jet ornknienttt? ml8tamp upon. ArroughvNot ut all. She owns a "Tlio Kovernment ought really to isniie dozen shares of gas stock. Chicago mourning stamps," she Baid; "It ia a pos- Tribune. itive discord to use these Ray things." jr r . 1 V. - " VrOrf 'w ls T--r li T. arVia- - iB1 r'lfiit "in llll I fl-- 7 I'ft Is-iu- '.Lrst '. . I hall-1m.- (.m-cmi- nu inonsaiv rci.rcMiited lielow. The Hronzo is a cross Ix'twetn the old common black or NnrrnRiinsett turkey and tho wild turkey. The wild bird is tho finest sis'ciuien of this fowl in existence, but it cannot Is. domesticated. Tho gobbler of the wild tin key is sometimes captured weighing 10 pounds. The Bronze gobbler attains een a larger growth, reaching occasionally uearly W) jvotinds. But for breeding puriKe.s tho male bird should not weigh overJ0 tK.unds. or the female over lb. or less than It pounds. Tho pictiiieof the gobbler hero shown is from Fetch's Poultry Culture. Old birds make tho best breeders. Their value in this field is greatest from Tho bronze turkey --' year old n. to 'J. retains the wild instinct, so far a.s to be kwiss(h1 of a mania for stealing its not out and hiding it. Mr. I. K. Felch direct the Hiultry raiser to humor this fancy of tho hen turkey so far a.s to cheat her into tho licliof tint sho is hiding her in .t. Ho lays a barrel upon its siile on the ground and then buries it of its diameter. in the soil to Ho puts earth into it up oven with tho ground of tho outside and covers it with sod. Tins lie prestos down in tho centei into the shape of an oval hole largi enough to hold twenty eggs. Tho' outside of the barrel is hidden by piling green brush ujion it and sticking greei toughs into the earth about it. A cluster of nests may bo placed iu this way and n low fence put atout them, such a one as the turkey can cjvsily climb over. Mr. Felch says this plan is so successful that when it is adopted Hot a turkey hen will roam oil' to nest. I one-thir- d generations rets in peace. The plain Iioum of uorshij. as built by neighborA ly and although the cost was not great the liberality of the contributors is not excelled when more strui'tuies adorn town or city. The membership raiely exceeds -- GO -constituteil chietly by farmers and tin ir families. At least once every month the church is opened for religious services on Miturday and Sunday, the .tur day beiuu jHrtlv used for the traiis.u-- t ion 01 business, while Sunday is devoted to prc.icliing and the Sun 'av-scho- ir ' Specialist with a State Reputation for Curing Obscure Chronic Diseases. :p j f GAINES. JAMESr.lVEXS. I S. PHILLIPS. ANION KONACKER. IJ. W. A.M. m:i.and. Jflice &I A. S. PRICE, SURGEON DENTIST. on Ms.n street, over V. B McRoberts IJrug Store, Stanfsrd. R. C. MORGAN, D. DENTIST. D. S. Workmen employed on excavations at Sparta have discovered a circular buililin.j mentioned by the poet Kpiiuen-deyears ago. Lnnd-Souker- s. skUaBr s !flMHi t moving to the Hig'ins ofEce, Lancaster street. N'.trous (Jide Uas given for painless eatractilic. STANrOKD. KEM'UCKY. loiitcmi.Ulilii oflnlerci.t to tlttivr in the Northwest, to know that the licl ami timher lanJ in WhruiiMii are tnbut Settleis on tary l the WIconm Ctntral I.ii.e "( healthlut IheM- lines hac all the mHanuci 11 wiU be th. DR. W. E. PENNY, t - Br cUmale good market facilities, abiin.Kince of fuel ami bmlJini; material, pure ni.it p.irMiMi. Iilr nk . hi. t in inn water ami other inipoitx.it lienctH-o not bccniated mi the inilni' ol the Wist plaRiic and nocc:ones. no druiiulitK, ami .i?ue. Now I the tune to v e t n.fewr choiie l.inils al luw pr.ce. Wiconin . consnler-e- il one of the mml proruii state- - in I lie t in. r Koiatrd diipt-tl- on tho Wiv.i.iin Cen'ral I me m thi State are the thrU Ins Hies of Iiiirlmi .n, ill. I..ti- - Ohkoh, Neenali. Me luki.hi, a VauMi , MBen Point, M:irhliiltl, Killk, Kan CUire, New iticluinml ami Ashland. ror mkils, tin e table, mipsI' alid lull inlormt I . , I). P. S. I'Al l.i.n, .ipplrto gran-hor-p- ir K Dentist. ricated by Dr Office S uth side Ma n L. F Huflm.n 'treet, in office stjmfojj, recently )y J. S. APPLEMAN M.D.,' lilt rnrmciiy ricte-- . QHagu MILE5 1 g zfhfrjjj& i iV 2 'ifl nha Cinp-pew- CM Er.RATEH 9 English Specialist 1 (rJ tAs The om-- V POXD.C. P &T Chjtui.ijra,'IVnii A .Chuajo, III ci rn. (. li 1 I vic'iiir -- , J j, I , ped handi, chilblains, corns and all Mi. erup tiont and poiitnely cure pil'S, or no pay requitperfect tat.sULt.oc, ed. It i.uarantetd tu Price S cent per boi. or money - rctunileil A R. Pennv, Stantord, Ky. Kor sle h- bl l4C.n the world i.ker, ta't rheiiin, feer Bucklln'd Arnica Salvo. lor cm. biu.k orr, tetter, chap- Electrical Medical College.' ' ........... I JKU.N Ml. NAIIA, . i. Ksamimiig Phjsii ,11 uf I lie m ssvjj'.t.'tt-- ii3'A?Tnte3n. r 'feywriwmET W4L . -u iT,t Jmm. m l) fcJsk- .s aOlt v 1 9mmsm 110 i'k aMstlaiBJ ijrmL.mm TlrG? Jll I MILE6 x fAWKfaHWuSJSLMISA si TtTTTTTTTrjO) UWXmx ygwpaw &immM rj niliotlje S lor e ti Southern Medical Institute, I.Ol IS I iventv t to V ILLi:, KY. St. l.ouU, e. farmer-lookiii- i: O v--- -i -- s3flisaEjT -- ss C - u..S . .. .. - imON.K TUUKKY II KV. 1 Turkey hens indicate the proper time to rear their young by beginning to lay just when they aro ready. They gento thirty eggs. erally produce twenty-siIf uuy mote aro laid they aro uot apt to to fertile. Xot more than seventeen should bo put uuder the turkey hen to hatch. The reet may to set under a When Baby w" ick, wa e " Ctortn, and given totha mother turk3y When she was Child, she cried for Ctori when Imtohcsl. Change tho young turto key coop from its place a couple of feet When she beeftine Miss, h clung Cutoria. them Caitorla. every day, ;w turkeys miut not roost in When she had Children, the tho same spot like chickens. If made to do so U19 young ones will die. In their food Felch says this, "Avoid wlwot screenings, for often a wild seed in it Miles' Nerve and Ltvera Pill will produce diarrhea, which is a very the lier, Ailon a new prevalent ailment with them." stomach and lwweti through the ncrsea. A new x com-iiiouh- Tucs-da- y, niely il yot. It will irmiMe with joud if Ihroui, chcMiirliins. Ur KhibN New llto-er- y for ConMiinpuoit, Couclii ana Cold is m only, returning; ! KiierclieliT money will he uiil Uiet Finin , a. in to pweekscue da) the ear. ever) four dunm loiuid it iiist the thing Siillereta from I. a linpi iml under It e hd a speedy and perfect recovDr Appl'inan is a gradualeef Hellevne Hospitl our expe.ie and er) Tr .1 simple bottle al Meduiil College, New York Cit), and the Klu-iriilearn lor )ouielljut how Rood a tiling it U Medicsl College, Toronto, Caiiadt. lie has al bottles free at A K Penn' drug store. I.ure made a sp'iul stud) nl the d. teases he treated in si. tentiand $1.ie mthe great llellevue and Charity Hospital lor sev er.il yeirsauil recognize uusupcriur tn diagnogint Specimen Cases He devotes all ti.Mlini; Chronic Diseises s I Clifford, New Catell, Wlj wa trouhleil and lime to the treat.ue.il of chroni. and nervous his with iicur.ilgi.i and ilieiniutiMii, hi itnm.ii.h was diseases of l.nth sexes and his nkill as jtn espeit in wa atfected to an aljirmiiiK this class ot ases is well established illvrdered. Treats mil decree, appetite fill away and tin was terribly of ccsslully, and three bottles llesli and stteii;th. i:ie.tnc Hitters itiiiil turn Kdw.ird Shepherd, llarnslmr.'. 111 . had running sine on hl leg ot I'lght ear' slaiulm).'. I sed At ute and Chroilic Cuturrli, Ringing hi Kirs, three littles of Klectnc Hitters and seseti loe Deslness, Diseases of Kye, Ear, N'ose. 'Ihtoat, ..I lliuklen's Arnua S.ihe and his legissoiini and well John .Speaker, Ciltawha, llluo, had Lungs. Kidney, Urinary and lllnltler troubles llnghl's Disease. .lnl he m his leg. dcclor fie large (mrt tores K.tlle Klectnc Hlilersaml pation, RbeinuutisiiiDulietes, ))ipepsla, C'ouslior. and Paralysis, Epilepsy One was incurable onubox lluikleu's Arnica halse Hired him entire Kits positively cured, ouiif; or middle aged luen sutTrrm from sp;r- - ' I . bold at A. K. Penny's druir store. matorrnes, Inipoliniv, Eruptions, the result of errors or cxiestes, should i.i.l before it Is too late W'e guraiite a cure it cae has not gone too fir e Superfluous hair ami all eruptions ol the permanently removed tfu.ir-anlti'.l , u-- Now Try This UI cokI jiiuiiolhimxHiiU i.u hae a i.oiih. cold or.iii Will be at Stanford, April 26. Detro.t, Chicago. Muhigan Point Uutialo, Cleveland Indianapolis and tbe West, a England, Ni Canada, Ml i' New York, . Boston. ln al Philadelphia. Haltmiore, Washington. Quickest tune to Ha.roUstmrg, Frankfort, Ky. Shortest and Richmond, MKblXIA ( uckest line to , WJKW BJLlfiSANS, hilicr Permanently Cures SOI ID l.slllll I ID 'IKAINS thro with out change via Chjtuu.og.i, liirmin'hain, Merif un, making direct connections en route for Kur.x ville, Aslieville, Lynchblircaud points u. the j CAB DILKI AS, At Chittanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmiut ton, Charleston, Augusta, Macuu, Savannab, llrunswick, Lake C.ty,Thouiasville and 1'LOIU DA points. The only Hue running solid estibuled trains with Pullman lioudoir or Palace Sleeping Cars to lit. Aiu'iistine witboiit chanrt: lor nnv eldss of ua. sergers or baggage Selma and Montgomery, Humsville, Decatur Florence, Memphis and AKKANSAS points. Shorlfst and ipitckett to A.imston, Selma, Mobile. Dncct connections made at NEW witlioiil oniuibus transfer for Calvesteii Ilniistoii, Austin, j i 1 Blood and Skin Diseases. As Syphilis, Sirofula, Strnture, (tleet,-:lt- . , cured by never failing remedies Diseasertof women, suc.h as Leucorrhea, painful Menstruation. Displacement ot Womb, beating down pains in 'mk. relieved in short time. The Doctor carries all his portable instruments and comes preptred to examine the most obscure medical ami surgical cases He undertakes mi imiirabie dicases but cures hundreds given up iodic. 8e TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. through tine to Jackson and VicLsburx, Miss., hhrevcKitl La., making direct connection, without omnibus transfer lor Dallas rort Worth, The only Austin, San Antoms, El Paso and points in ...,. principlc-reijulat- uic Are you a horse breeder? The hackney some is on the verge of a boom in America. ditcovery. Dr Miles Pills speedily cure bilious-nis- s had taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest mildest, st.rcit riflf don's 5 cents, bample at A U. Penuy's. CONSULTATION FREE And Confidential. Address J Jan. 1 S APPLEMAN, M. V, Louisville, Ky. TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CALIFORNIA. Kor through rat, correct count) naps and iu information call on Agent at Juir ibm Cltr, Ky. S I.HT1 1. or address Trav Pass. At . Jnn nou Cily.Ky D. C. EDWARDS. D. MILLER, C P V T. A . Trsfhc Mansr., Cincinnati. I xfi The grand jury seems to be stirring the boys nrouutl, ns all Lave gone fishing Published Every Tuesday and Friday this week. tT Bro. Montgomery will preach :it $2 PJSIt Y23A.K IX ADVANCE. Hush. Krauch Sunday anil :it the school-houshere Sunday night. not o paid S2.50 will he. th.trged tm James I.obineon lo- -t ii very lino more from being kicked by n horse a few K.o. LOCAL TIME CkRD. days ago. Win. Riimey sohl a bay boreo Train naves Rowland at 7001. m , returning party for $115. to a at s:a p m. Dr. Cicero Kubanks graduated from L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. the Medical College at Cincinnati with Mitltrain gome North ..ta 79 ?m high honors, and is now at home. Joe ' " " South IJipia Uobinsonhui finished bis school in Adair F. caret t train " South ij ta " " " North tjjiia and is at home again. Freight North I.)al 6vira Col. Underwood sold his saddle stal' South.. ......Jiapia Th lattertraint iltocairy pa.tten;eri. lion to frtnith Briiighuinn for $27o. Mr. The above it calculated on standard tint. Solar ttann, of Stanford, was iu our midst tine It aSout 10 minute fatter hauling corn this week nnd bmiyht Jas. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. Kngleman's crop at i l.JK) in crib. pa. Junction V t) j follow Train Mi. Baker, our blacksmith, hnsniov- Soutli Jlountl j,o, t u 1? , A. m , u !. 1? 4 ' t p.m.; No. 1, O' , lac arrue at I'd in and gone to work, so we have two 194 p. anyils ringing in our town now. Hock . No 4 North Hound No s ,.,,,:,. it rmi o p lu ; N and No 1 at Ball i at home from Lexington again. local J 'jo a. ', p. m Mrs. R 0. Uice is at home, after a vis't to her sister in Frankfort for a few days Mif E'.izi Miiith began school here last Monday. e 4J-Vh- rn ! Mi-'ouri Semi-Week- ly Interior Journa: HUBBLE. BUCHANAN'S A .Story NIECE. QUALIFICATIONS OF A TEACHER. tt. 11 111 11. TO .1 111 Colds and Coughs croup, sore throat, asthma, hoarseness U h-- ' that tiring matket liuht In out Ihcy aie clirapvr than Ihe l.aiuU if any nili.r oimty m Ih SUte Tlieii ittranel) a rurniin tin i.omi. ' t eei mile fr ui a ditut 'I he on li ty it i lieeketl with turnpike running dirertion here h iwit a ptil.Ni. rued n inserttin o.iiitv iji lliut i hot Maiadamiil Iitihk We l.jie the Kiionllii llranch at tke 1. A N It K, dividing th ioiiuIv flow l" U et ad tlv C S R K Irniii NerlhtoStitith; the K C.R R I .. I r '. iu tai pl.uv to Cintiiinali, cii.iii theC. X O C at Wini henier giviHC full to the nurkiil ot we hate three large Ihe whole world. IMKHKlNt, Menr Mill in the County lhat,(iveii a market J J Vl!l..,-,M- t Vernon, e , II our , home, and Ine for j r.iin riht J..M Hail, Slaiili.id; ' mint el ihe mountain region, ol lia.t.rn ami Kentucky b niilrtwd. mitt the J. S. Owaley, Sttinford; j uch deatitinj kt South hy ladroatli ha S.J. tUtvkry, SAitiferd; for all kind el cciealtaiid nrmltdr iSmI wecn J. K. I.)hh, Stanl.nl; tcanel) ml a in enough lor honieciiiMUHitti4n. All An. nml .U I h A W. Caraenter, Milleatgevtlle; people ate pni.perei, genireu atid kiad, Let tliojw who really want to be all helievini: iu Lhri.lM4ty itatl mlncHtHiti. I hit-I- . J. K. lUuKbma, lln.ieniilU; not a iieigaborhuod in the louaiy but Iim a faround uieii umku time and opportunity J V. Out, Staiiftrd; li'ii'l chnr. h and to tram their bodies to strength and UHtHtw Oaoe b, Swnlord. K y t -, Siaafunl the lonnty .ral of LiHca4t), U I clerk-otrUhealth. They will find it easier to with- prr.M. little lily ! . II. Htsak.. I'.tdlVHt. mhab.tanl and i tli.'i-r.i- t Nortay frum the North stand temptation and fauotho evil about e t S ;th d.toixay the NorihwoM 10and J II. Owaley. Ctii souHn-n- , aiiii I W. it. Mtickt, Teller them. They will lw able todo the work id .landiae a il rloc nainn rMlri inm tkv h niDiiiiUuti af boulhea.tern .1 of God among men with more power oiu of thv inideti.'l.iped by hai ked up the wkolv lllur Urns. Keiilut and larger itjotills. For thowprld wants regiuii kytJit Slalt! with railroad ruiynlne throticb sV ! g4ti!v . of the iiinp.i, make H natnrallt int-i- i of iron, who safoly it I" all t1point f r heat tor ..ted. lown In the South fin tliryiigb the tire and can endure hard-ne- . oik. 1.5? UMiiiifa4.tire and illwr tiiilerprlrkif lannnitudK It wants men who can do a huge Water Work, .ire now licmr. aritateil rigai i Mie town nhouti ol n iblV I day's work mid bo none the w0re lor li- al one i ould ' urmted Water Work with vtuvy j i tl rc lt want men who" can .stand firm and llltle ( iIiai would .lipply , city of i .0,000 h t i . with the puiett stand toMitep'ti'nd light against evil wild Our link citv h and be.t water in the heen in I with the coiMiofonneiss of & pure life and tht jil,ew vea.tmiil lla hiilnc houte. ird rca hlin.e. a seeing faiih. It wants men like the prelciiMn wi.l iiimpar. with latgtr citietol cretitiH -mervhauU and tr.ideucen art master himself, of whom it has been all prvperou. Our doing well We nave iwr and bar-ioo- m a cap.' I iuck el $(Oo.o n th.it ait said f hut Ml' was ready for every duty bant, with ainl in a ttnod romlilliin. prii.peions becatiHo ht tmwu up with it strengthWe hate a female We hntc salekdid pu ened by the pertect discharge of the C'lllege, j large hruk hmlding, wit,', tuer on! under the print ipilslup ul 111 I duty preceding it." Such men sbtilj have pila J ltitiiduncv M lluliuurd, I 111 a llnurishui trn.ii I'rnf. tmii. Weatfuhatea Scinitinry thai i h kAkI the vietoiy St. Andrew' Cross. iUiviI, with I'rol II P. Illnkemail hi it. I'.iMk.' .School buiidiiiK H. hawone of tht s CoiiHi'lriire. tin, I'Clloli of Ihe State, with over 100 p.lpll m Iliiini: remnved my Hurher Snop to the Com iriva'e uhd with other inorcl.il Motel, 1 am Conscience is either tho host friend on yuuat-t- . our school facilltio. aie rmetleift earth or the greatest onumy on earth Yt hin elegant hiurli huilniiiK, ripreaenting or NI th edlt'.r ol tl Hurlinctim Inn, ru.. .Letter. to Accommodate Ladies Il, with .. full iorp in mini.ter, And man had bettor have all tho world ever) , I'otl hail III'!! tuhject t cramp colic or lit, jml aie doint: ,i I1.1lot liili'iit mi'n 111 the city. bettel 1 0111.111'. ro.llliiii Toil i y. liidltthiii, which protini'isl him for lum rs and! as well as Gentlemen, against him than have his conscience ihan n ' lain of iinliltisi him for ,. for or three dav . I hivrltied . It's another indication of the equaliz- agninst him. and if all tho world tie I ... .. f.i to make till tlatemenl a. facta, In auytlilnt; thty may wish in my line. Cliil- u. I,.. !.. I. ,i, ...' Iii'itviun .tck of Fruit anil Ornamental Tret, . ',.. .l. I'ccn u,iii v.nainicrijira coloring, a. thou Rrroctiy whenever ing influences of this glorious country against a man, yot if his conscience bo without a iiv etagxe ration or and also waited mi. Call au mo. small Fruita, Shrulo, tVims and I'Janlt. 1'rn.t Colli , Ubolern thu.e wlto who know vill br.tr n out, nnd mr proliia cease occa.iorl nstmred anil It liax invanaby i;iten lum that a woman's social osition doesn't lour. We have no aj;.-nfor him, if hia conscience Iwfriend him. lo buy pleasant home at l;'ir rice and 'aih begin. Ocnfral and Strn berry Cataprompt relist. 45 and yt cent hottle for sale bv wheto their n Brtwl people 'villi nil llio Mirround lit. M I . Ho.irne, DriigBist .iml Outlruri. Sitan'-f.t- always uffoct her standing in a liorso it will enable him to bear up with comlogue mi aijpllcatlou to inn would do wtTt to 1. ul an ee me liefon pur Ky I I aihf.ENilFVKR. I.e,ln;tJu.Ky car. Philadelphia Timed. 7 fort. Samuel Slater. In Corauitr.lil Hole), luting cliewhere do-.r- Hamim. In a sermon on dancing at hi church iu Lpuisvillo, last Sunday, bronchitis, Key. Fred D. Hale said: "Manv ieaons are given tor dancing. It is said to be a and frplendid recreation. It is bind to make cured by vouiic ieonle giaceful. I have atiidied theni ail. I have considered this subject from every standpoint, and the conclusion I have deliberately reached is that the harm involved far outweighs effective and any benefit derived from it. emergency medicine. "I have seen many christian- - who it should be in every dance. But I give you my testimony that I have never yet teen a devout and family. zealous christian who would indulge in Ayer this amusement. "It is a certain fact that union;; unconLowell, Mass. verted people the dance develop? the lower nature to an alarming extent. I have been in houses of refuse and many other charitable institutions iu my ca- pucity as pastor, I have visited many dens of vice and iniquity, and prayed beside the deathbeds of many tallen wo. HIKES CHILD 3IBTH EASY. men, and from their lips I 'have been ' Colvin, La., Dec. 2, 1S80. My wifa used Hssured;that in.nine cases out of ten before her third thev have owed their downfall in the! JKOTHEB'S FRIEXD confinement, nnd says sho would not be tirstinstnticetoteuw. without It for hundreds of dollars. DOCK MILLS. , ?T T ,, .... . ane runners voice, onjnicao,mae.s' Sent by express: on receipt of price, t 50 per bt-li- this startling stiitttii(nt: 'Titrti in n Hook " To Mothers " nulled f ee. wide8jread impression abroad that there FtEQULATOn CO., BRAOFIELO ATLAJ17A, OA, is 'bread and work for all' in Chicago, ran lt bt iiiDauuii't and weaie in constant receipt of letter asldng what kind of tradesmen are uiost , , , , wanieu uere. 10 one ami an we say, uo Dealer In nd liae you enjoyed this love v not come to expecting to jjet Foreign and Domestic Fruits, any kujujoi empioymeiu, inr you win chivv asked one of tho distinguished men. " 'Oh, very much indeed, thank von.' ConfeUioneriA., .U. surely be disappointed. It is estimated'' ran lurmsh that there are 100,000 idle men in this' But catching her uncle's eye she blushed u'lthruni a rirl.laM hiker Ha. b; tret J, Oko." ami the lite on nhnrt city, who would gladly accept any em-- ! 1(w" to her throat. ",,0,u'' th,s T whmt Mr. Buchanan ployment to keep themselves fromabso- seen before dinner. VEXDOME HOTEL lute starvation, hverv tiiuht the sta ' a"d 1 had the main stieet of Lancaster "Down tion houses are tilled with men, who, Miss Harriet, trundling a whcellwirrow WALL AC K STKEI.E, I'ro'r. having no other place to go, are obliged full of Her hat was hanging on CAMXITZ, to go there and sleep ou the floor. It is one side of her head, hor face was as as a poppy, her young arms yero impossible to go out without meeting! ItU5T'iN U.I.E. K braced strong and straight, her baro Thorousiily rentted rul refurnnlK-and fully fiom one to a dozen men who beg for a (repared lo jttenJ t' the v.ant ol till' puhiK. A nickel to jjet something to eat with. And hands grasping the handles of the wheelfinoSAMI'LK RffO.M atwhed. this is more or less true of every larue barrow like those of a lieusnnt girl of Italy. city in the country." "When the guests had departed mid avo three, Mr. Buchanan and his nieco om- - particulars of a remarkable case and 1, were sitting liefoie the ojien fireSixtv five Acr of Spleml.tl Iind, simatol a'i of revival from apparent death have place late that night, tho courtly old milc-- i from sunfortJ. oil Shelby Cii) turnpike. come to hand from St. IVtersbnri;. A l gentleman Apply t me at aJjoiLir.i; Mrs. I'.. K Jonea. in a despairing sort of 2(K KEII. iauy who nao ucen sniiering ironi a vio tone, 'Jlarrift, what weio you doinir i r, Sunlord, Ky. lent netvous attack sank into a state of when l suw jou. James, 1 was on mv syncope, and after a time ceased, as it' " 'Wh, Um-lway to old black Tabitha's with a load LiCCIE BEAZLEY, seemed, to breathe. The doctor who MISS attended her certified that death had of wood becaue it was growing cold so fast. .She really had not a stick.' resulted from paralysis of the heart. For "You all know that after graduating Corner Min and Depot Strict some reason, which is not explained, at the Georgetown coment Miss Harriet Stanford, Kentucky. another medical imui, Dr. Loukhmanow, went with her uncle to the court of St. Hai jut returned fr)Ti t lie cttie. where he saw the body, and having been inform- James, as lw was then the American "f Spring Ooodk, -- hioh !uihraii ele;ant minister. Queen Victoria was so pleased she ui justly prrud lo lmv She invito .ill the ed that the laiU had sullered from atNo to see them, whrtlier the) buj or mil l'ie tacks of hysteria ami catalepsy, thought with the lieautiful American girl that hnw i'Kds. XrouMeto it worth while to make a thorough ex- she ranked her. during their stay, as wife, not daughter, of the minister, so amination. Alter trying other means he BAUGIOIAN, that the kind hearted little tomboy of applied the microphone to the region of Lancaster became one of the first ladies HUE ANT) STORM the heait, and was enabled by this of the diplomatic corps at St. James. In to hear a faint beating, which Paris she was called the girl queen, and proved that life was not extinct. Kvery-tilin- when Tennv'on and 3Ir. Buchanan re- .Keprftentins was done to resuscitate the patient, ceived the degree of doctor of civil laws Hartlord, of Hartford, Conn., who, shortly afterward, recovered con- at tho same time at the University of Oxford the students cheeied her en Manchester, of Manchester, fing. sciousness. masse. Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, "Much the same admiration wi given The ceremonies attending the dedua- In3 Co. of North America, " her at the bite House. She was called . I 111. i.t.t.nliiA.. L.aSl.tl.. imil ftl er MlioKoldt'ii beaut v' as she stood ' V oinpaiiie. I unild A'l of h.uh are iirt Ui Vs., , ;1re nencU in bepi-'I... to be very elab- ti,L. yiirtiv j.,,iv old man, the piesident, lvaiti mrWill innrc thi line. 1'nl. 11.1- jrainU itie. rumptlisiutd. Luhtii.nj Uu.-- orate ami impressive. The committee Th Prince of Wales never forgot his Wmd it'.rnts .iid luhinin aut.'l.ed without .idditional charge having the thing in hand will devote is.it to America, especially to the charm-- 1 N llanl, htini.ird. u h:e hi Firit SiOlHW to that purpose. It is expected ' ing first lady of tfijlnnd. He sent her that the iirpsiihiiitni hi. I'nliw! Sniti. beautiful mnitiifbf'.iiwlte on Otis return "ViL and hi- - cibiiift, niiiuy 0 til0 Henntors J,on"'- Her niamrfge was a brill Hut one, W DILI.ION AS I) MARV C. DU.I.ION, nml i.ni.i-.-. j..,., ,and governors o. the , an(1 - tUt wifo Im,i klmw t,,flt ,,,., h l'arle. Thu bhuO ner hate ihUdav filed their Iietumii States, numerous repiesentatives of lor10.herwas more to be twlmired than all af und court. R.kiiii; hat .aid eign governments in ilin and 10,000 militia nnd u.r (on.piests. 1 saw her a beautiful inuovrer"d t.i uo. enjoy, el! M jrw C Dill. 'Hi i and convey for her o n benefit any limperly he several thoiisind regulan will be prts-- j bride, but she wiw a thousand times may own or acuir:, free from the dulu or L'tnirii. handsomer that bivezv afternoon wheel of li4r husbHUd, tu in kc . .airacU, sue and Ik ont. A dedication mle nml man-lielni:U woimin, lrale in ar owl name od written lor the oieasiou, will he atnvl ash- render ing tho wood to Aunt labitita. ilj.naiit.nf hor property hy will iu dottd. ington Post. ol aid .uIMn be ud with lull choral and ore now ordrrtM that nou. It it ac pjhlohWin the Inwrior JtMtriul, n.pHpr oonipaniineat. Patriotic and othor urn p.juluiwsl in Svanfoid, Ky , tr U11 day. A Wfiiltlix Aelre.s. .. .i..n...,i liivcn auder ray hand thu 171)1 day of March, ..:,. ii Mruiciiiuiy . outturn, a nib, ll.leaill of I nlln is uiKlountediy tno richest JAS P KAH,K, t,j. 7 r. col Cir. mt Court. Clirk symbolical lloats. representing the "Piv-- I aotres in tho world. She owns soveral cession of Centuri," ami niagiiiluviit apartment houses in this city, the Park displays of fireworks will be. among the j theater in Boiton, real estate in nearly , CKEE-isriivra77. "11 the large cities, and could, as' tho chief fentuies (jf tho programme m'en say, "chase up" between two and . o.-. . . HUSTONVlLLiE.KY., In a row at Chicago, Ivy., thrcu inillioiLS. Hor ienuaiieiit residenco Dealer in Groceries, Hardware, W. h. Miles and Abel Hall cut each oth- is at Lake Hopatcong, and her homo is most beautiful in design and furnishing. ire, U w.irc, Cutl. ry, taMc and Queen er almost to pieces with knives. Hall If sho wero any one else but Lolla packet Hnrnetunud Confe iinneriet Miles has- not been arrested. she .would lie") a woman nearly ill ty years AU'i luiiJle Moline tluwi. Chilled and bus Cul- - will die. tiratori, Double SdioveU. Com l'lintert llukee FreiLMiles, Jim Illair and Tom .Mattiiic-l- y old, but the iiamo Lottu is as over a liivji lututml Mowr aud ltlndv;r gji' were slightly cut while trying to sep- synonym for youth, vivacity and merri- nieitt entirely incompatible with tho arate them. 1892. 3S72. thought of fifty birthdays.. New York ! flyers Cherry Pectoral the safest most Dr. J C. Wl ,. & Co FRIEND" . 1 I . ... I I About tin Vniiuj;rt .Mlttrcits tha Whlto Ho 111.. ll fcver Unit. There camo to the capital hist winter a very beautiful woman whoso tine face and noble carriage attracted much attention, She dressed in deepest mourning, and her dark blue eyes looked grave and sorrowful. She was Miss Harriet Lano heforo she was married to Mr. Llliott Johnstone, of Baltimore, and while her uncle, Mr. Biiehannu, was the president sho wa.s the mihtresn of the White House. Her Baltimore home was luxurious- and happy. They hud great wealth and their hospitality and kindness made them widely beloved. Mr. Johnstone tiled some years ago, and Mrs. Johnstone's viit to ashintou last year, with her two sons, yjii the flrt in a loin; time. At a dinner ghen in her honor at the horn; of a foreign minister tho gentle men recalled old tunes, old fi lends nnd White Hotts' lemiuiscences as they smoked in the library. "I can tell you nstory of the most lovely lady tho White Houso ever loasted of," said an old white haired diplomat. "Once uiKiii a time 1 knew a little pirl, eleven years old, who wa as wild as a deer, pmcelul and pay, and full of pranks nnd capers nnd generous, big hearted notisPiiM' generally. She cared nothing for the remarks of people, and Mined up the old Pennsylvania town to great fun. Though she was a bom aristocrat, she was moat absurdly unconscious of propriety. You never saw a young thing so tall and straight, with a head like a statue and hair exactly tho color of yellow corn. "Her uncle, with whom she lived, gave a grand dinner one day to some foreign friends, ami as I knew them all well 1 was honored with 1111 invitation. We were awaiting dinner as we chatted in the drawing room, and I was wondering that the pretty little mistress of the house failed to apjiear. Miss Harriet's uncle was very proud of her. 1 heard him remark to Senor 1 , I wish you to meet my little adopted daughter. She is tiuitn a remarkable' "Just then he stepped to the window, as if looking for her. Suddenly turning, he said: 'Excuse mo a moment. I wjh soon, and hurried out of a side door to tho piazza, "I followed him. Ho hastily called t,ie rook' tllu butler, tho coachman, and ,'L,tmm'1l to. Ul0 mXftt l"liwl, excited in ,?.?"' tl",v, .n,ts ? w." the Mis.s Harriet entered tho drawing room. dte.sel in a charming gown of pale blue, her bonnv hair fas- um.,i witi, uke the sky, her1 v.. .m.l .....r. .. vinl.a- '.'"-- ' .!..... ...... ,1.,1.- .. - ...".,... u.- - , ""J..... ,. her fair cheeks blushing. She was (pute Ult of her homo and ready to '? presented to her uncleV stately guests. Wa" ,k,18htl,1 wi,h MIm - Hrt W All ll 31 First ot all ho should le a manly num. He should 1utu that within luti'i that would lift him to the of a noble manhood. Allo.viug that Cod is that intelligent poi nudity that we e hiin to 1k. we must admit Hint in seeking his preachers he choose. men who, as a rale, ure im n of mjHi ntputu-tioand character. The preiKihr must lx a jNirtaker tif the life he oilers to tils Jod tins a process in saving jioople. souls, iumI all who would enter his kingdom mudt do sM through the poitul of ids methods. This Is thniuvli the mtelligeiH-eoa man. (m works by method. A man to be a piewclief must lie mote Ihuti a manly uimii. There are thousands i;f men who iint as manly men us over stood in the pulpit, ami yet they hae no right on the platform. God his preacher and makes known the fact to tho person selected and toothers, making the ministry a dixiuu vocation The prime essential is that the man should have a call. Uod's method in denling with men is to deal with them as rational beings and to leach them through the intellect. Henco the men who are culled to do his work should bo men who can present what they have to say iu MU'hlbnu as to appeal to the intelligence of man. They must lo able to iiudeist'tnd the environment and circumstances of the jKitpIe thoy address, nnd to know the oMrucrious that lio in the way ol truth. It is tho dutv of the pulpit to tvieli the mind through all jKsible jtaiiis of knowledge, No man can look into tho grwit ques tions ol nli,i.m iMtelligeiitly that does not ttiiok of ijml through his works nnd uiHUtfeslr.tioiM,. uud it is tho function of the prvmhi r lo iHnetnite as far is any othrr iiwi into tho ititeries of God. Jt is the Imi'.i.i- -s yf thr preitcher to remove dio a r. irom the minds of others, and Iiiomi up their minds to the root pitoii l t. truths tf tin? (3oscl. The s con-ceiv- Mllllllll mi. Mulllr - for ComnonealtS, Allonn1! ,uh It a I. f l&fS.. ln.ln. ..Irriii.n.linfltnl.il r 4tl fiOlAMI. Ject CanJidilr totheiactionof tin Ooroocrallc party In oy ' lnttr.1.1 in nlti.-.r- . 11 lha aiirl.hnult..oil lud lai i'iin.( 19 oiv ti iOln touiuy mar be thp Sitturdir in April. i3gi. lo fleet Seven ai(ncd Conucilmea and a City Judetor tho Ctty of Stanfoid S. S Mrr and S. P. Stas Jud MierlH. t) Neland Clerk. J W. Hayden Ity "tder of the City Conutll J.W KANDKN. Cterfc. XTotioe of je, Xlo1ion. J. S. OWSLEY, JR., it ) HOTEL AND SALOON n f I offer for tale piu.tlel) mv Innt H tel nnd Salwm .ii Knlan. wln h are raw r.nun,; at per moil Hi It it rtnlr.illy locim.i anil a nne point lor tiiiiin, heinj at a terrruiat foml on t ' , Ittiaipoml well lj.-coal hcii anj other nr , o ilhutMnu. Al1rei MR MAin C I I RRII I. M. fl,j PORSALB. rary 2Tia A r ROWLAND Ilijzhest cash market price Jpaid for Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, Sic, at M. K. 3S JJ ELK IN & CO., SI ir WrOKD h J. K. HIL.T01T, Dealer in General Merchandise, Lumber and Shingles. nltrly under the Cah System and th it the people are rapiui) i4irnin;.n in tiie Uit that it l llic belter Ihiy tm. rnih for the lnivvrand ato know that I cll avoii. tor nhoui a ttvltd lex than m) tmp. titer who tlo rredit liiin.s. Ue miinhtr that I kiep cen(anll on a spleit did aitortment of Dry t.ro.erie, Cloth- Iiik, lluot. Slhi, llati nnd the like Call In and H mv mock, which i riIeniveil almotl dail) J. It. IULIO.V. Rowhnd. to tate to the so-lec- ts Good, sold for caiKoniy puhht In It general I, at t'eali.re :ierr.i am doing I j Em., mi" w' ""'' F timm - (!, I l K. NOTICKIO 111: . . TRAVELING I PUBLIC. tiot.L the hm opi 'ltd in inr,- - il.ii won m vMMMBVKtLw?'.'ss MTTEHS I'irst-ClasAmi offfrr HOUSE, IJverylStablc, 1. s the tenter of it to ine put .r a iKww'mlr. 1'iJ firtu lahle i cmpaic ivith i) The Best in the Country. WILLIAM (li me mi.. r !. In. Rraml nuVe IMOKICLAIM), hi Ihe I W t.k-V- . A I. BI'rNs. Mana,rer I'roprirtr abjc ttint. tu-you will fc'id lum m Ui ( pmuiar piu-- t trball where you may, hint Hssiblo knowl-edeh . h. It. S. 1 define with know'l-edg- e. 1 l'rr. THE COFFEY HOUSE S I AN iift.-ir- i l ni,,, - I ss r'r'.y 1 j i THE II. R. 3IaiiKr. d ii-v- sc.-ul- ni JU.:!) FOR 5AIE. .l Chnstimi. hiive ihi much to say-o- ne who is iiotitodo Clod's will, and is pntwifnl and reads hii Ujblo dai!, i" iio tillcn troubled by this question. We must take it for granted that evoryliodv who i n Christian wants to do thf will of Christ. The New Testament furnis'hes general rules for Christian conduct. Tho whole law is, love to (Jod and lovo to man. This comprehends everything. Wo givo tome rules founded on tho Scriptures Do nothing if you doubt its being right. "Whatsoever is not of faith h sin." If there is .something you want to do which would do you no harm, but might lead a weaker brother into sin, tlaro not doit. "Wherefore, if meat make my brother to offend, 1 will eat no tlesh while tho world standeth." Do not place yourself in a false position. "Abstain from all apjioamtico of evil." Do nothing iu thought, word or deed on which you cannot ask CJod's blessing " Whatsoever o do in word or deed, do all iu the name of tho Lord Jesus, giving thanks toUod and tho Father by him " Tho work of a Christian, as it h do-scribed in the Hiblo. looks litter for tho angel than for a fallen man; but the fallen, weak man has more than the sufficiency of an angel for tho dischargo of it his sullieieiicv i of God. Uov. ' 1 mzt ! hi tun Ci.inlint. Mtsri vonng Christian may l ai''it h w he jhotilil act a a ft mo, K . Sixk Cattle .tnd Sheer n spo. i.liy Pertoiii hanDi: anr nlthcMboie dcscnbcil' t H k for uleor Hitlunt li purbate tame, sy,i ,. cii to call on or addrc.t me n ciperieiur uf liftcer In thit bunu-- . h brcnof ptoril lo me o think I ran make It profit .e both In l,e and viler I' O aJ Irr.i Sunford Ky. i Oftic.' at thr Myeri Houm Solicited Order for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs JOSEPH COrrKY,Pror. FIRST NATIONAL BANK now and rcl'irni.hej nd I intend to conduit it a. ta not only m.tinuin lit high reputation, but la add I.) lit Ion; li'i ol friend special luonniido .iJ i. rojiO for tion commetf til trivelcM the dlptoy of arnp!e. I int. In my charge IKte , renovated Of SjANtORD K fr CapitaiStock Surplus . $200,000 18,500 W.Jav. i 3tlllier and Dress Maker ----- V i?-t- )r J. II. INSURANCE AGENT, g -. k torn-die- ., l In thu 1'nlpll. I'lTllir A very distinguished lawyer onco euid tome: "If had a student in my ollico who was not in moro earnest to win his first ten Mollar suit before a justicoof the iHMce than sumo ministers 6ecm to boiu trying to save souls, would kick such a student out of my oflico.' That lawyer voiced ihe popular judgment. Men demand of us ministers of Christ that,, whateverel.se we aie, we shall bum earnest. A discourse that is very moderate iu scholarship or intellectual stature may be prodigiously powerful if the man who intern it in under the b;it-tisof fire from heaven. "Is thu pulpit in these days losing its power?" Yes, wherever it loses that holy passion for souls that is kindled by the Holy Spirit. Hut the humblest pulpit niav bo strong when the atrtmgth of Jesus Christ is put into it. and wliou tho thermometer of the preacher's heart is up to blood heat! There is not a doctrine iu God's Word that ought to bo preached coldly, and thu minister who puts his own soul into his sermon is tho man who will bring 1.. boul. !.. J. mis Christ. Thuwdoo Cuyh r in Chri-tia- u at Work, 1 1 m Atientwn of the pable it invited O the f.c lhat thtt 11 ice only Naiion.l Hank in stJnf0,j Under the prntitlontnl the National Hank Act dcpoMlort are not only hy the capital ttoek. hut by (he tiockholdert liability Inr aa imouBI c.ual to the tlock. to that depetitsrt of thit Initltution re temtrd by n fund ef $,!,(. t of IheconUilijii of the bank lire mrern ate madcea.h ear to the United Statct goiera-me232 Acres of Splendid Blue-Gras- s and 11 a.tcl. aie etamincd at ttated tiiue. by cotcrnmeDl agent., thui rturing addituoaa Land, depotitoit llrirjl.lv Unaied onturnnOc r al'isliRX Irem nif perfect .afety inornttnatly cttal.lithed at the 'I'hit staulerri lo .Milledsrillr. I inn.ln t'ounty, Ky , 6 Depotulattituiuiu,Sunlord lu ilf1, tliea Hank of iiillea fmm Stanfonl, 4 mile Hu.lonvitle. net) a. Ihe Nati.nal Hank ! Stanford in iksjand from Danville. mile from June turn City nnd a. (he Hut National Hank ot within i4 niln of Mnrrlatid. a nation on the C again Slantoid in iMi, hat hid pratllially an uninter S. R R The r'arin has uk,ii it 411 and rupted ettttcntriif m ear. It It better tuppli.d spiooti. iwo tory brick roideH.c, (tin mil) ll now with laciluie. for trauiaitm bu tine t prompt t.ecear oulbiiildint and an alundan e I fruit ly and libeially than ever before in it laog and lns- - of aliiimi etery variety. Mu h f the land honorable 1 areer At tounta ef corporation.. hd virgin .il. ll timlwred. abtindanllv watered :unr. linn, and ludivfcleult reiriectfulty tolir ami nearly all writ et In (line l.rM.-i- n .hctt.a led FariH 111 rterv rry eel No The Directory el thit Hank it computed ot old Spring Irrult.alM M Mule. 1 J U 1.1)0 AN. tf r J Hosier. l Stanrt.nl; r'orf.mt Head, Lincoln ctvaat, , ' "LOCUS I (iKO J W. lltyrfea. Stanhxd; S II. Ilaoshmaa, tacolei; M. J. MHtVr, Mt VnrtiMr: S T Katrl. I.iaceda, I'OR SAM. J. 5. liorAer StiaeWd. I! A Urkef , lttcaatN 1 lie bnft ( aim and ruhet il in I iu da Co., I . I'. I and, utiu-l- d Ilill.Slanrord. iMMprttms 4S0 Mret ol lllue-tTrVT O. WrJeh, mile, ol hUniord. Ike oumy .tut within SianUrd, I routed ky the of laacoln Shelby Coy lurrpik W.l'. Tate, btiefo.d and acrsitae to the Siaaford una DaMvilli1 tatM-ml'1 hi i one ef the SIH.k l'im In thr blue OraH re;ion unit i In a lurk tie of cult! J Hacker. Ifetitkat; valion Alwiidance of water lor all priteH, Jeho J. Meltokert.. Ca.hier. Soil 1. fertile and i tuitable for live ciiiwibs of A. A alcKinact, AuitluH Caehler tu land it h. heirp. tobttcre, toin and wheat Imalcd that it tan he di.Hlett and two fine larmt wadv The iinprn.rmciita arc a Utii;e and .oinm-dlw- r dwrfli,'. a r oil cn lent lck Itarn, Ac . the b,'t fruit ol all WiniU. re Ktvr 1C apply tr It JtlNKs, Stanfoid. And A First-Class'.Salo- on RILt.IARD and I'Olil KO'iMs attach.'. JOSKI'H jT-- LtUtbV cuid FOR SALE. tlatt-ment- ut n 1 jer ni ST O C2C to FAEM rt e. orritLxs 1 1 inter-nt.'i.4- - I) j I) V KM.r lONKs, . I'iroill.'. - farmers Bank& Trust Co. OK hlANroKD, KV. nd lea ly lor butinett wit - ii. h.te ,inte hee -l t. msii, Ky. f , . . It ikw fully 01 jtiiieu REAL ESTATE AGENT Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - 1 $200,000. 19,000. 1 Stanford, I TZZZ K.S ., , ,,l ,),., I. in ,in it y The-are all well nnit..rl jm.I umhI rii Ii lamls, rimnini: Hi Me Irmn y in ( ret ( niituleriiig ihci hxalut their rihiies .iml nf uiil, th com cm no "f tnrupii nd , a nu tcrv II inter d t I jn.l-.i- ra , j - rail-riu- d ' 1 ltl lloV,nrrt. SL'CCKSbOlt t.. II K LINCOLN N. lONAl HANK OF .SJ'ANrORU, Now Ijsiiii; up) with the name at.ett and undei the tamo management. Hy prnvin of it. ihaiicr, ilepotitor are ai fully prolisried a. air ilepetllort in National Uankt, lit ihareholdet. being held Individually liable to the eatent ol the amount of their Hoi I therein at Ihe p.r value heieol, in addition to the amount invetted iu uth .hairt Ii in.y m.tat eteiutor, adimni.traiui. truttrc, At., a full at tn inditidui To tlm.e who entrusted their liultiticit to ut yhile mnasini; the Lincoln National Hank el Stanford, w i here leader our niauv thankt and trim they will lontinue In trantaet iheir hu.iiieti with Mt, ottering at a guarantee fwr prompt attention to t4Mr, ihii twealy jreait' rtperiente ib banking .ml a. liberal accoiuiuodalHHit aa arc roe tut! lit won .nunil hinklnu icilii Soulh-ca.tcr- n t- Lincoln Circuit Court. i 1 hotd-hnu.- e. , a'-o- ,! s I vr ht-str- have'ono ' 11 Uir,-tonrt- h. ,.! r I &S& c. i I f&M io - f bt min xMfJ&Si UA'. J g'l Orchard, Lawn, Garden. ' 1 ' s. ... to .. 11 tule Prepared 11 1 lit Iochu-ampii- JI5SSK THOMPSON,