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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 sem1892040801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1892 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi Weekly Interior VOL. XX. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. I Journal NO. 12 -- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. APRIL 8.1892. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. THK- Xf r l the Joe (iatliir The llrm of .Slgler Carson has dis- eotidition of tilt; Fair Company, Inst cur - load or hogs to the Oiucinnati mar- - H0lwd purtnenhip. Mr. Can-ohuvin ir. urn- - kui. bought out Mr-- . Mgler's interest will Monday at the a special term 01 tne inirrard etr- - continue busine- - in his own name. lilt'i wry enthusiastic over the pros- ....Ol 0,m oouu win im neri mo pects. Madame Becord .lone- - was in Crab and relatives, bound tonether two hearts have lor a longtime beat in unison, given to 1'Uh, for thv trial of vwi-.- il etpilty A binpiiso uk party Orchard an.! peroiiully in that . Hi'ttio imil i'hronla Ween tier, last her new tailor ayst-tof ,lre-- n cutting though Herniated by the continent's Tin- K. C. tniin jumped tin trark Mrs. James Stephens, width for tlie most of that time. Mr. T. nday. Only few were pit'sent, bnt and also appointF. Spink and Miss Kate Hail were unitspent u very pleasant evening, thj (Thtusduy) iiiorniiiK, just tlilo side ed Mr- - Mepheim her agent in this they ed in marrinte, Bev. A. V. Sizemore Among the guests wm Miss Lcim Irvine, of ltowhudl, and the prospects are Unit ' witli Mis Kddie Adams, of ..N the. "' mM" "M "ol X1 " ""til night. The of Louisville. While our people regret vivini: up Danville, who was very lovely in a -- nit opened M.n- -' K. C. is it grout rornl. Common Pleas Court the urand old Crab On hard Springs Mr. li.tt lltrdiu ha niiiinirimeil buildings for a Hauitnritiiu, being ale day morning. Judge Tinslt-they Mill feel of blue and tan, and Mr. A. U. Frazier, of the L. A X. at Louiswork on a two.-toi- y stoic room on that there will h other arrnnuetntMits chief N. A. BichanUou wsi elected hent ial judge and what business Hint could Blehmond street. The Thompson build' made to acroinuiodiito people ,vVho wish ville, attendants. Warm congratulations and good wishes followed the ceiemony, In the city, embracing all the newest weaves. log on Uie same street will be leiidy foi to attend the Spring, as I'ms: as the Judge Titir-lelie was lattended to. after which Mr. and Mrs. Spink, with' bni-li- e occupancy in a tdioit time. u nter iiiits, for there are people who mine in on the owning train and l'laids at 50 cents. See our line Ucdford Cords M-r- deorge Smith, Jr., of Birming- will not he mtistled with anything else. the attendants, took carriage.-- for June in moving along nicely. A. C. Ihown, circuit clerk f lintel, ham, Ala., i veiling hei mother on We already have a number of house in tlon City, fiom whence they left for in black and all the newest shades at 75c; cannot be duplicated any ML--3 Alma (lagan, of Cruli Orchard, which if fitted up for the I'eusaeolu, Fla , where they will remain where. came down to iee how Ben Bohj taxes Danville, Aye w Orlciinu. i visiting .Mian Mumie Cur-le- ptirpo.--e can accommodate all who wish a few da vs. in In cotd. ItisHiid Ben ran not bo hi at. Bichiuond, A very larjje stock of wniie Goods and ICmbroideries at prices to oinuiTexa,alldM,.xi,.o and arriv. Mtrs. licorgc B. Hardin and J. to come. The following visiting attorneys aie suit the times. Mr. North, who i t here attending court 1'.. I Knell, d T. Kasou, railway mail clerks, weie relieve Mr. at their California home in about tluee Another large invoice of Kmerson's Men's Shoes, acknowledged by Bichardson, of Louis- - here thia wm k. .lohu M. Logan is in Kleppera1 train iliHinitoher at Bowland, weeks. London, N. A. Thelnide, of whom iiothini: could be all the best in thcmarket. 30 dozen Ladies' Oxford Ties and Slipville, A. K. Cook, of BineUlle, and Jas. Cincinnati. wasovertl.ero.nl Monday. learning exwas attired in Police Judge Hemphill ami Chief of actly how evciything wan situated, so B.iid too much in prai-D. Black and Smith HaH, of IUrbom-- ' pers. Complete stock of Shoes. I'oliee Hamilton have been tdtei the that he might he able to set the trains a green and tan traveling Miit, with hat ville. Nice line of Ladies' Spring Wraps just opened. . A. A. Aitltitr, of Flat I.lek, ih, whisky welters again. The following ovei the road t the wry be- -t advan- to match, which fitted her beautiful figAn entire new line of Men's and Hoys' Hats. Fine goods a spevifliting Ills father Huh week. 0. li. eotored men were ai rented and tried tage. Mr. Kleppei, it is underntood, ure like a glove, and set oil' her personal charms to perfection. She is indeed a cialty. Ikrugh and slider, Miss Curio, spent Sun- - Tuesday Xim Box xton, five u.isck was gOfH to Liuisville. Mr. McDoual, a Bev. fined;.) in each case. He w:is also ttaveliUL'taieHinan, ii iuite ill at the lowly irii I beini: pretty, attractive and day with Miis Cairie Myeis. Remember we are headquarters for Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, II itchcock, of Massachusetts, pleached lined HX) for keeping a tippling hou-Hani.-- limine. HS arrived from amiable, and the man who ha- won her &c, &c. m Kin::, four rises, was lined ?i in Knoxvil'e, on Wcilne-daat tin Congregations! ehureh la- -t Sun- to caie for hai secured a jewel tnoje preciou- - lhati diamond- -. 'o girl ever had more or Jolin Hauls, compromise him. each ea-day. Dr. K. W. Finley has returned truer friends and none ever v e to a ikan-a- s, where he has been proa- judgment ilTo. Clayton A utleison, tv,o A wry deplorable accident happenfrom A Lewis Pcttus, two ed on the Lancaster pike Tuesday. One greater degiee the universal esteem in whh lined ifo. pecting for a location. He has not fully S.un Cole, two of .Mi. J. V. Caison's work hands was which she is held. Mr Spink, the foriletei mined where he will locate yet. cubes ?'J. each cae. 'cii-Uriu-lea- d Harry ridniL' was Hoed $'0 in each. James F. ttriudcud, of W. K. niaieand a black boy tunate uroom, is a you l' man of modest wa- - ann ed the wa- - behind in a wapiti drivin- - a pair of demeanor, excellent habits and genuine attending Ilullimiu. nne ea-V Co., of lamisville, is here days miiii of j.MJ. All went to the rock pile youiiL' mules when a d g jumped thro moral worth. He was lormerly dis cnutt. Win Pel kins spent on the L. A: X., and it wa- - while if last week in Louisville buying a Mini'' except Hani- - who replevied his line. the fre.'litenini: the mules, and pitcher holding a "trick"' here that he met his VanCott, of New York thuy ran anay. They soon reached the mer stock of dry goods fur Mahan i Has a Complete Stock of fate. At present he N a dispatcher on the horse in front and ran the (Jo. Cnl Slla- - Adams was with u Citv, thinks President llarri-o- n tongue ahlebt preMdeiit iind the greatest man chains ami ad cleat throif.'h it, the the Athntie A Pacific, at Needles, Cal., .Monday. C. W Letter whh at Bine l point In- - has a nice that ever lived. It is ttiitn 'ikely that tongue entenni! tile hoise's hip and and at that Knot, lsst Saturday on legal liusiui . : j The contest for the police judge's the I. M. would have thought the Mine coimriL' out at the shoulder. The man little home for his bride, where we hop of joy and contentment f til,.,'., .unii- - nil Monday and Ttiemlax be- - of the prciident under whom he was j ri,,iiu; ,(. hocbaidy escaped byjump-oldm- a will honeymoon if hi- - name had been .folna ilJfcS RI1,i rittiiiini: WALL lore Ksoiiiren W. M. Bains. John Tu- - h t. oiit? sicU of tfn- - ikr. will make their lives a aie both the that never end. They Is Tout masters and gle and . I. Joiien .Monday was spoilt Smith As the horse wa- - an old family one and be- -t friends and its tho-- e perlectl) gentle, Mr. Carson and family TKiuoit Jocknai.'s in orcanirmg and hearing the proof and .'enerally are ureat admirers of felt alnio-- t like shedding arguini: the ea-- e who put them in place, and never cease regretted to e it, especially in so tragTuesday was spent in a teai with tho-- j who wept to the the board. to chow it until their superior is displac ic a mn liner. and reviewingtliu evidinn-bride iro so far away. Good luck and about two hours of deliberation id and theie i a new deal, After good cheer to them now and always. Lancaster, like mo-- t towns, has a LIBERTY, CASEY COUNTY the returned n decision in favor of The bridal presents were quite exten- few bee said to and the bees are .Indite II. II. Tye, the prehelit incumDr O. II. McBoberts, late of Stan-for- sive and embraced many ornamental and s W. Letei 1m raising Cain by pillacin among the Promptly and in style. bert. It. Crawford and C has titled up a nice room over W. us 'fill article.-- , by which loving hearta - for B. T. Hemphill, con- -' buds and bio om- - of the peach and pear were attorneyKNGRAVING on all goods .sold, free of charge. Old gold and are now in bloom. As the T. Humphrey'- - drug store and is ow endeavored to show their allection. tesUnt, and Janu Sharp, Mr. TyeV tree-thoiTiipyiin: ita-a- n oilire. Thi- - will be in the nature of a sur ! silver taken in exchange. pattner, repieented him. The caie waii ' owners of t been are not able to pre On the :'dst ult. Wolford McDonuel, prise to many of the grooms friends r di'predatioiis upon the fruit of argued byCrawfoul and Sharp. Mr. vent of South Fork, wjh tried before Judge A courtship of a year or more -- tanding A. C.SINK J .V. MENEt Hemphill liHRnaid lie will appeal to the their neighbors, it becomes a serious Myers - an examining d court for was quietly brought to a happy ending tho-- e ipieMiou as to how the nuisance is to be who Common l'lea Court, but wouutlint: Curl William- - some at Metropoli-- , whenMissZula B. Zeluer, Cn.. !.! .m ..ll ii4i tlxuii u rUnli.i! IlhRled. It 1IIIH IMM'II lltH'llUMl 111 III time BgO, W it ll illtCUt tO kill, lltld WHS HC' of this city, and Mr. John S. lMiniston, v.il.1 aiiimais. anil 7 nt?iiikt dim think In li.i-- l better let the .miuiMiliut iiee iilitted of Crab Orchard, were united iu weddecision of the poo-- ' until hived and leclaimel no propel ty drop matter -- It is teported tiiat niiuieious indict-inenl- s lock. Owing to the recent death of jdo at the polls wa- - aisuust him and the can be acijuired in them. Finding a tree will be revived against Jim Wheemotliei and not desiring to poston the land ol auotliei coutaiiilin: a couits will be the aame. ler, which have been on the pone the day set, it was decided to con and marking the tree swarm of ...;. 1. .1. ..;..:.;..!.. ,i... uiiiicri n ........ promi-- e of doini: better, he having summate this happy event in Metropo-- ! MIDDLEBURG, CASEV COUNTY. kill' :...i... ii.imi, tllil tin milium hi- - pledges. It is ieportel that lis. Ami with this object in view and even after he has received a licen-- e from Rough and Ure.vsed Lumber. Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, brackets Monday was almo-- t as hot founty juuge, county attorney and to rob the event of all tinge of romance,1 the on net of the Mil to take the bees, - ' vigilants are Mr. Kduuston went to and Verandah Work. not reclaiminc the bees, nor doe- - it vest Middlebnrg and MivsrH F. M. Ware and Cicero right of prop- - ideteimined to enforce the mandates Metropolis in a '.irriam and were made in the Under anv exclu-iv- e McKiiiney, were here Satunlay them, neither can ho maintain K'iiw rellinvr h.iior in the county ille- - husband and wife in the parlor of Bev iti.n.liiii, n inoHiiiiv of the board of eitv in Sam Atwell'- tint gentleman a person wlio, under a Wi'The best selected stock and lowest prices in Central Kentucky. InMitute. of triiMteeH of .lame Wa-- h -- n irom general appear- perfonning the ceremony iu his usual .subsequent license of the owner, cuts which they are uiembeit.. ' Mr. and Office down the tree and carrie- - away the bees, ances. theie wire appr.hensions among eloquent way and (y Bunnell Iihh a mare that ban the new life with a um-He may. however, maintain 'an action "' people of a eveiestoiiii, but thonirh miue colt on eveiv All against hid w.i- - threateninuat times, noth- - earne-- t prayer for long life and much uiiv one who. even under a sub - tl luKiNDay .0. three years llie one ing of a hapj.ened. Some happiness. So quiet wa- - thi maiiiage, i,e,fcreH while he irt foaled on the M inst. is by one o J. learned ol its . ,,0WI1 time about '.' o, :t o'clock a. m. it com- - that but few have (nU le Steele Carpenter H tine Stallion- - and In r1 nicticoil i.uiiiiil ami finm inai 011 until occurieuce. "rofmc ami earnest bee- - aie the piopertv of tree. d itisv to say the leant ol It and will be a will be certain to follow this wit itiii fell in sinus. the one who has leclauned them, not - aner dtvli-ditljyellllg adVertlFemellt lOr l.llpenle. Larue and Fresh Stock of The bride - widely and as '',,.r,. uns :l r.ipni nul c.nwiilerMlili. rie announcement. temporary horfce in this part ol the country. , he river, but about 2 o'clock .. it known as one of the city's most ciiarni- --. in "identify ya ,"i iI v I -- At present Casey is represented in .11K Hs tlt. owner can , to ,hl. them commenced falling rapidly and - contin- - ing ladies, beloved lor her many virtues j hlV,M,,0 J 0 hjl llW. 1 I CoimreSN and the Iagi.slatuie by repuo-- j I of mind and heart, and - the only J - ""'llMI"MI JlJL. j er of the coil to which thev escaped, alJUdge ailU lliail-- . has , Sin,... ll.cenibel wldel. daughter of Mr. John l elner, a well- '. ,....' .. ...v. 11101111 lie caiunH eiuei him kiiiii uj n- commonwealth's attorney, tluee of hei ollicial and busiuefs take them without comiiiittiin: trespas- - makes such a line architectural display knowii Onion Sets, lleans, Teas, &c, in bulk. All kinds of package seeds; li'iM nfti.11 county ollicets are tepnblieau- - and the .So vtaiti.il llin much lor the law in repaid to bees., thai it - the admiration ol all lovers of iiinti Tin. ii .(it t, l.enibla-tin- e :ilso Iot:s- Kakus. Spading lrorks, Shovels, Picks, Grub Hoes and If the ' tl ii knows what all. The trouble is. howevei, the bee is not tin- be.iutiiul tu ait, has been silent and iity,beiiii:the traveling representtivo to bieathe will put us in a niuht, however, 11111 of a Philadelphia clothing hou-an is- a Mattocks. tenantle- -. L.i.He Is a danueroim anb imkv to imiitiirii. we will promise to lurgtw a little Fdmibton, of Crab deputy jailei, Mr. W. W. Brown, who in son ol Collars, H.imes, Collar Pad- -, Trace Chains, Hridles, Halter-- , &e. mal lo tackle, andiaes vcij little for it sor its many miH.loim:saml won't say what people think 01 him. He has 110 a man of yariou- - accomplishments, and Orchard, and a young man of indu-ti- y ease u word it Col Silas Adams sit-& for his owner than he ha-- ! equally at home - a hack driver or a and worth, heloimiim to a more until It grows to bis chair. superintendent, brought family. They have been united altei a for a straugei, and can, something like a Sunday-schoo- l It actually beirins to look as though rich and inline ntial man, defy public down lioni Yuseiuite a tenant for the happy couitship and arealike to be conthe whisky tiatlic iu this county unlet sentiment, iiud violate the laws ol the space of 7") day- -, iu the per-o- n of Win. gratulated. Mr. and Mr- -. Kdmiston will .. William Wells, who lives in tun laud with impunity. What - to he done " tdls, who hid iiee:i tued helore iqniic make raducali tlieir home tor the pre Miburbs of Yo.einit, has been for oninc about it is a serious question. 1."0 nsiet-eent and will be the guests of the hi ide's Jacob A. Wall ami had (LAIK AI.KXA.N'UKK'S MOTH . - 0 time suspected of dealing in the ntull. against him 111 live dillerenl cases for vi- - father, Mr. .eiuei . of :501 South Seventh The King's Daughters, Monday, Deputy Sheritl' Wheat arrived 0i,,tim: the local option law. It seem- -, street. News. with a warrant, took a po-- o ol deter- 01 tin- - county are allectionately in- - h1m , that Wells had fallen intothe hand- Mr. William F. Heniy ami Mi-- s , Day. mined citi.cus and went to his bonne vited to attend a State convention of of the Philistines, for it is said that his Bessie F. Kelley, of the Kirksville and made Hearch. Finding a barrel of King's Danghtei-- , to be held iq Louis mid all its eijuipinents wero de utility, were married in the Mjeis Cor. Jefferson, Center and Green Streets, opposite Court-Houswhisky, the head was knocked out and xijt., on April --Mill, L"th and L'oth. Mr.--, uiolibhed by the viilants. but of this ' lloute, Wednesday eveuiiiL'. by Bev. A. LOUISVILLE, KY. the contents emptied upon the u'round .Mary Lowe Dickenson and Mrs. d. C. suppo-- e your Middlebnrg scribe will V. Siemore. They were accompanied W. R. LOGAN, Wells wa- - taken into custody and ear-- ! p,tvw, of the Central Council, will by Mr. J. B. Bout and Mi.--s M. C. lien-give you the particulius. A W. Jones. J I Suilh in, J. L. Marshall, Clerks. charge of rlvu iu lauiibville on fttiturduy, Sod, and to Libel ty and put rv, who acted as best man ami ladv on Jailer Jes.--e M. Blown, who will furnisli wji miilross the convention on miitU-rQg pour Route World's Fair Route to the occasion. The hndu is a comely him his daily bread for at lea- -t a few f utai jnterest to King's Daughters young lady of Is summers, while the Chicago. d.r - Wo would advise Mr. Wells and everywhere. Th-- y will be prepared 10 Two olid vestibuled tiains daily, with g'ooni is a yoiini; man of good busine-- s all others who contemplate Koiug intir perHonally members and suggest dining cais, troin Central irnion Station, ' qualifications. There was no objection the lusim. , toKelect a locality wbcro tliorn plan- - of work foi their dillerent (jiueinnati.'wheie connection is made 'on the part ol the bride's parents, hut tin f elinsj of the people is not so intense- - localities if delegates no desire. The wsti, trains ol L. X.. Ky Central and the young couple came hcie to nurry ly.i.Minst it, for it is plainly evident that mitial meeting will be on Mimhu after- - n to maki it a qui because of their to Oliiuago, 0 without' tran-fe- r, f.,11 vh.w- - of the World Fair ut allair. 1, '. those who attempt to run a limitless of 1,0011 in one of the churches. A recep-Tim Williamsburg Tune iys B. M . to Mrs. Dickenson ,, n 1... Ik imii Lmd- lure will he kept iu hot wu tmn mil h.lllllt .... r -- ii. 114. it t rt 11. ii.ini.i 1,11 m- "... iiniiiii Itlllll . Bains got license to marry rancid win w.,tf.,. and tlieir proms ...11 go n.r . ouier' ami .his. stiiiatMllik kf tin. f 1iM fill nilulmritj ttr .... it. " ll.llll between Ciiiciunati and Ward, but she wouldn't splice, and ho ;,; --- - .f purposes than eur.cl..ngtm.ln.ouKets. .j-;;;The favorite line to St. Al, who inUMid Indianapolis returned the paper endorsed, "Not oc- w...- - , .w... w.v MMU.1 Ulltl f If. ,..... K,- " "l ill la.lie- - are invited, whether B,et. ping Itmiih kV.ncd it and all our cais daily Be sure your ticket nuuI. and Miss Nannie J. for 001, me rMUIlH via the Big Four Boute. D 14 intemlcil rici wily for mug"', infill, cinup and lliej are rvuig n iiiugiiiein or .. B. temeily I..1 IU.10I01I i i oitlil liltttlli on U till Alicia Mhi.ipini cougti ana 1. Hie raoit n icei t'll Hi iti wiiiiiiiiuii ll run an we e marr.e,, at u,e uniie. ml cent llie.i known fur 102ii Fifth street, Martin, Oen'l. l'ass. Agent. Lucv Bichard-oColic, OirwtlpAtlon, j muthei s, Mrs. Luciuda Pitman, near lor alc liy Dr M. U ''"i'i DruiUanJ Ctorl Uw) welt dajtl to children that Caatorls curesIH'irTliiva. Krut'ation, Sour Stoinm-b- , l.outavillu. iian, Slanforil K I rocommend ltouierlortoany prescription Kills 'Worms, gUes klp, and promote ill Mulholland, I'.ulucah'.s re- - Waynesburg, yesterday. Hugh The Louisville King's Daughters, who II A. Akciikr, M. I known to me ' Mariou 0. Taylor and Mi.s Fannie has been con ' are arrangim: for this convention, expect mihliiMii Wltho lujuriouu innllcAtlou. 111 So. Oxford St., Urookiyn, 5. Y, to Crab 1..1. i.f unrM lur cuts, bruiica lnririt dMli(rntiniiK from all over the St.iln vi..i...l in ii,.. I. S. court of Btealimr a Maise, of Loui.-villti..i ch-.1. ..1 Tux. Ci.vranR ConraMr, T7 Murray Street, K. Y fever torti, soie, ulct,alt rheum,corn. anU allteller, erup fim,..,,,,. Ulllll 11., A.NMt registered lutter ..,i.,i.,i.. ?JJi,".i. 'in,,, jurcuarn visuorn, were.. miirneu ttt eines-- i Wir, Jk.S.MK uciihinih, chllblann, rion and uoiiliely cure pile, or 110 Jiajr requir- - AlNM.lK, .IKNNIK 0. liKVIillirr, BK8SIK poui-'A Wheeling man killed his wife JkUI.KIt, Mils. J.VMIM ed. It is guaranteed to gl. Per's Il(ll.V.V, Vn'SB penalty is one to live years in the money letiimieu cause she refused to kiss him. r Comnilttce. K" hot sale by A R. I'euny, i made u statement of court-house. -- W..S Beazley iihi-hihi.- v Bin, shipped n At the residence of Mr. John M. Hail at 10 o'clock, jester-day- , a heautilul ceremony, tnid in the pre-enof a number of close friends Si'isk-Hai- l. ce Stock of;i Dress Goods SEVERAN6E & SON, 1 - - (lis-tiic- t. s y ' Largest of-mcli & Best Assorted All-wo- fain-oii- 'I l ' , y. tln-nc- e e, M-- e. y, e. - de.-er- 1 en-e- n, W.B.fflcRDBERTS c, 11 e, e, Druggist and Jeweler, -- j lar-ol- DRUGS, BOOKS, PAINTS, well-sprin- i: g PAPER, nllice-uoUiei- n lo-- repre.-entati- ve Jewelry & Silverware. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired first-clas-- rai-e- rs d, at th-i- a- shoot-iii'au- ...! 1 n. SINE-- & MENEFEE, MD a j 1 he Mb.-'elue- r's Ik-c- ed SESIi DOORS WIRE BLMDS. .I -. vio-late- d T 111 a- r. i- Yo-emi- te Bey-iioUN.- ol WOVEN" AITD SLAT FENCX. z ' tresp'iH-Mgain- st - - and Yard Depot Street, j d . ; ,, seriou-natti- .e y 11 JUST J - received" -- ... 'ii Stanford, Ky. ifi n n ' t ,,.!. por-itn- , ,, CM-ap- i.- f l. y L J . --, SEED. HA.RDriT. ti .ii SI y , ' -t e, - ea-i- er Post-mast- l at re.-pe- ct a- well-know- n FARRXS - ..J i- d. THE WIJLXAIfcD Rates $2.50 Per e, ; :thoroughly renovated and improved. Manager. ',ji j j 1 I ar-ne- il I, 111 s , j -- ' .t t'j ' 1 V; ' - ,' tV. de-i- re ' - ,,.--- ,..--- 111 ... ... -- , - ! 1 j j lAfc..il J M Infants and Children. Crt-tlo- W "J 1 'SXil -.- .!.-..,... ..-- . - fi..: ' rr. , - !.- -. - i . . 't'f p- 1 n. ; f , e, well-know- n 1 ..-.- ;. s 1 ,',r. "trc," 1 , . I .,.! s n m o 'V l A THE FLYING MOMENTS. f MAKING LIFE A SONG. I A Kooteil QiicatioB. True Christ Inn I v i t ,H K r . A perfectly holy life would le a perfect jng of money by a wife did not endanger The work of one child of Goil differs very materially from that of hif? neigh- tony. At the lest on the earth onr lives domestic Happiness by lowering a little bor. Some ho has sent forth as sowers: '' are imiH'rfect in their harmonies; but if me mnmiuoii 01 ine nusbanu. A cao eome to'rcap that which has been sown; wo are Chris's disciples we are learning was quoted of a young writer, whose exRome are always walking on the way to sing while here, and somo day the cellent work was last gaining for her to Emmaiis with Jesus beside them. music win im ienevi. it ymwB iu money and fame, resolutely putting oven if they did not know it; others sweetness here jtist as we leani to do away her pen on the day that her husare always pulling up weeds of dis- G oil's will on earth as it is done in band replied to a request for some content, while the one beside him is heaven. money, "Why, haven't you somo of your walking softly on tho highway doing i Only the master's hand can bring out own:' -- If my earnings aro to make u loving, tender service to tho littlo ones; ef our souls the music that slumbers in distance between my husband and mybut there aro many of God's dearest them. A violin lies on tho tnble silent self, (if which tlii comment of his seems children who do their work by patient and without liennty. One picks it up to indicate a begiuning," the wife say Buffering. Ono of the dear ones was for and draws the bows across tho strings, to a friend. "I shall never write another the greater part of a long lifetime con- but it yields only wailing discords. line." fined to a couch, often one of pain; but Then a master comes and takes it up, This view of the caso seems a little the sweet patience- of her endurance, the ' and he brings from tho littlo instrument sentimental, and not in touch with the fnce so full of ieace. so devoid of fretful the most marvelous music. Other meu prat ticality ef the moment. If the huslines, Iwro such unmistakablo evidence touch our lives and draw from them band is making easily ulUcient to gratof Qod's mark on her forehead, that life, only jangled notes; Christ takes them, ify the reniuable needs and tastes of the life of patient endurance preached and when he has put the chords m tune the lmu eh.ld. he wife mav tcmicr tho runny a sermon to those who stood be- - He brings trom mem tno music of love tj0 0f her triU or seek-- Inmo nnt.J..v ... v...w V. ........ Bide her. Tier life had a jwwer in it, and joy and peace. It is said that once bone fkiary. unless she be n genius for and such a power that every one felt it .Mendelssohn came to seo the great Frei f.'hom the world cries. In tho pitiless to be tho outcome- of her having been burg organ. I he old custodian refused competition of tho time, however, and Dr. K C et Nire and l'r.i ,t 'I reatrirni. 1 him iwrmissjou to play upon the instru- the .unbitions which aro the outgrowth miliar he mUsil llu o.mifni-- t ntnl with Jesus. D, me.,l .Sui'i(., - ?. u: "'.l ' imimiui rr.nr.iiM.n ment, not knowing who ho was. At of its progiers, there are few instances vtr......tl. wl.b.l. tl... n..w,.-...- l Jesus slid to his disciples. "Watch u., hi- ntj.iai ne, ' Vtru. '"v 'j'v'-..aul tv alcoh. v.ikiuine,Menii Depretif,S(ft. therefore." Aro temptations fewer now length, however, he granted him leave where the contribution from tho wife's tain this will lie the result if wo neglect LOUltVILLC NAlMVIllt R. H. for the Christian than they ware then? to play a few notes. .Mendelssohn Jook side is not available. If there aro chil- the companionship and holy excites of WM q.,.,,erH,:r;uo!:i,! I lt IWer in eiihn in, Impolen y, Luorihr au.l Has the narrow gate become so much his seat, and soon tho mot wonderful dren, it is possible to have unlimited the saints. The limited number e line for you, an ita I I1UI itisiifv fur f Mni'.r " ' l'ln,,,e WnknniH, Involuntary ff bian.S-J- f we no longer need to strive music was breaking forth from tho or- ways of spending a surphis iu "sjiecinr wider that neglect, l4 .,i Am-,'- , to enter iff? Is it no longer necessary to gan. The custodian was spellbound. At educational advantages. A memlier of hath said, "WhtVo two or three have mrih.a IniK.lrli. e A nonth'a treatmeiit nvci li r cuaralitrr om 'i work out our salvation, because it comes length he came up leside the great mu- Soro-i- s said iu a recent debate that wom- met In my name, there urn I iu tho line I nh onlertad oxc lor with Jj vrnl tend Make rime ronncitlon ut for the asking? Is there no more time sician and asked his name. Learning it, en heljH'd their husbands more 100 years midt." Nothing but a providential in- vu'irn mr.tnttc t la n t ued v v A K IVnnv I'l antrea acd t .tid LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI to redeem, are there no more flying mo-- he stood humiliateil. telf condemned, ago than today. They had to spin and terposition ought to bo deemed a ei I, S nf 1. K nr Kr all point. reason for nonattendance ujwn the mems 10 occupy, riying gives us ine sayii'g, ".vuti rettiseii you permission weave. Now there is none of that, but lilkol'i.H TICKK1S si.l D. impression of a swift passing by away; to play upon my organ." There comes leu's ieionibilities had iucreaed with Lords house, when we remember that fAOtJAOK flltcKKD rilRol'i.M : r that is just the way with them. Listen one to us and desire to tako our lives the iucua-e- d expenses of living until the knowledge of God to be obtained P--I DCCf Fill!1 to "the tiufc of tho clock once more. and play upon them. But wo withhold often their burdens were greater than "Tick, tick, tick!" Is it not a solemn ourselves from him and refuse him !." they could bear. " w. w M NN.lra ! thought that the moments that have mission, when if we would but yield Airri. To omit this dntv without just reasons The most conservative of opinion in C tv. K passed since this ien began to write ourselves to him ho would bring from the matter is to the uilect that women is to live on with Ik clouded minds a to xmE5iftF$ESc ? this one sentence have gone never to our souls helivenly music the divine character of wisdom and love, e hir e n sphere of usefulness after IAKK Tilt bo recalled until tho record of the work We Hre but organs mute, tilt n limMor touch. in upholding the home. If it is pos- Where can such views be assured bettt r thu keys shall have- Ihh'U called up iu eternity; in thuu while encaged in worship with the usspU of enrtu Into which Gixl sible to uphold thfadiome better by writVerily. that time when the mighty angel shall MILE. ing articles for magazines, singing in a saints? (jod ilesires us to know the atiHiurclli tho wlno; cry in a voice of thunder, "That there llnnnnrv we, silent hurps that have huiiin church choir or conducting a class in tributes of his untitle that would win shall bo time no longer':'' iiiu willow trees. elocution that: by making thirta and our h'tirts. His holy songs and united Dumb till our lienrtstrltii:s uoll anl lirwk Perhaps this idea frightens yon, and darning stockings, it seems the height of supplication in earthly temples serve to li IWItyilll MAl!AimCAC0RtJ- with u imKe ilUine. you say that it makes a taskmaster of folly to so doing detracts from break enith's sjiell for tho time and It is often in sorrow that our lives nre woman'snitre that God. whom it is far worse to serve than womanliness or man's manli-nes- aMst ns to "iiioiiut on wings its eagles " LD'S" the taskmasters of Egypt when they or- taught their sweetest songs. There is a Most hnslmnds are rather His presence is then a real, heartfelt Iw.rt. dered the Israelites to make bricks with- story of a German baron who stretched than Hs'iuml that thoir wives render poesiou. We then seo him, ndore him MM 1(1 out straw. Xctso. God is not only our wires from tower to tower of his castle practical assistance in tho sailing of the uud !e!i;;ht to dwell upon the manifestajndgu; ho is also our father, and iu the to make an .Eolian harp. Then he family ship. Her Point of View in New tions of his 'mnicDT. How true i ) this in respect to very gentlest tones we hear tho tender waited to he.r the music from it. For Vor k Times. ! n k. Mu hij.in I'cihI. CbUafo. And jCurwts atoning work. "I have never voice that says, "Son, give me thy heart." a time the air was still and no sound Vutlale CleviUnd, t, lmlunapcli at.d tie Weil, Tlie i:IIeil Kitgeiilo. seen Jestis so willing and able to hv A heart given truly to God serves with was heard. Afterward gentle bi cozes Nc KoflMMl, Canada, All. tVT1if Haul n t ltAtalt loving obedience. Are the stones rough blew and the hnrp sang softly. At CiKn her first visit to Paris Eugenie's tilaft tA twv POtSTf for yr.nr weary feet? He says,' "I will lengthcame the winter winds, btrongand beauty wa ravishing. She 'was likened devout church attendant on returning New Vorls lead him in paths that he knows not." Is stoimlike m their force; then the wire" to a MiowiUko on a Jnly day: like tlu home from tho sanctuary recently. "Oh. Wanhi'.ttiir I'Silatl hia "altimor. i lime li Hairdliiij;, jui the noonday sun sending scorching rays gave out majestic music which was fairylike mist llwt hangs over Niag- tlnwe blened songs, thoso pulpit IKC.INIA Riil.ii-Shifi aid upon your nching head? Ho answers, "1 heard through all tho castle. There are ara: like all that is purest, fieshest, offend by onr pastor, C nc rt l.at lo will hide thee in tho cleft of the Jtock." human live that never yield tho music loveliest in nature was tho impression ltiir internretiitiiiiis of tb wnnl ri.n. and ..t Vtttnited tftafltt Mrr Can Js tho cross so heavy that you cannot that is in them in thocalin of quiet days; that she produced uinm people. Oncf ceniiug Christ, the Saviour of sinners, all JVf )'t and l'4ik.t (. i ca n intuit l() KJIi'i A. No t .an of car. h.t a ccntnr.jvtiona n carry it? When Jesus was upon earth but when tho winds of trial sweep over at a gn at iMill she wat clad entirely in i sen'eil w ttnus mm to my mtml with k. Hue and loaa ral. SOI I H M.S I Iltt 1I 1 KAIS IhfO wl " AimI it ,..il.f he, bearing his cross, went forth to Gol- them they give out murinurintjs of song; white, of the fleeciest, gattziest, mistiert iVH-lnau Mmm . rl I inf rn.100- - a'Urr.t I v , ChlMj thM,p. v,t itwlBt:h,, gotha; and tho comfort of that is if you and when tho storms of adversity blow difenption. and with n very inqle have lavell ntldeil that the ItOlv at UIO. ' in makiac diem unmni .n en lOrile for !A liARKt'.K.i; P A. e, A.hevii.i. Lt.r " utK i CM SH.Il I' A . aro forced to have u Golgotha, and" to ujion them they answer iu notes of vic- purrure of emeralds and diutonds glisten- phtie of the temple favorwl tlie soul's bear a cross before you reach it, that tory. It takes trouble to bring out the ing in her blond hair, looping up her withdrawmc.it from earthly anxieties transparent sleeves, and shining on her nial Delphi to a view of Jesus, the Jesus having had just those things to do, betst that is in them. Come what may, we should make our lovely neck, sho was as completely it .Master and Lord. knows how to feel for you, will bo with WiloMBt .t Chatunooca for Ailnu.Coluwbu. savanr., It if sad ti reflivt how manv there are Vi Carlejioaj. Auju.u, Hi- you, and if you ask holp will surely giveit. lives songs. We have 110. right to add vision of delight .1 eye ever rested on. IIimiv H.OHI ic, The remainder of the story is known, who hold tiieite and kindred truths with DA pwHU. Lake If theso thoughts have never come to to tho wotld's discords or to sing any Ihp O0 liac rHBiitBir nli4Vtibkd trsiat wMX ken ale lijilr vcl.ednle, you before this give place to them now, but sweet strains in the ears of otheis. and her marriage, her reckless extrava- vague uncertainty, nil because they aro or TaUcc SIcmnaR Cat to St. In r'aVntt Defnlr .0. if,i. for soon time shall be no more, and the We should start no noto of sadness gance, the war, her downfall and e.scapo, unwilling to placu themselves under r)l!wn ftoiHloo change tnr any cluM ofan. ,uriMtlnc wnlMtit life which is but a breath, a vajwr, will iihis world, which is already so full of are tales of history told again and again. such favorable conditions. In this world aenceraor riM(a(c. Dtt.tai Selina have been exhausted, vanished away. sauuess. "We should add something She encouraged frivolity and s'xiiit of excitement and subtle temptation to rwemr.and loMtctHBery. HuntavUlt, pOHit. I. .., lttltttlW Mfmidtn ana) All!KANSAS TI Ji'm every duy to the stock of the wot Id's Stanfard money mure recklessly, perhaps, than wrongdoing, how necessary it is to SUortt and uiik'.nl to AnBHInA. Sedan, MSWhat will you then do about-thHying laa m H.W OR. Unrrt mdr 7 U an If we aro truly Christ's and any other woman overdid. She wascon-cei- cherish the ehurchgoing spirit. So long UiKAN'S witl.mil oi.iuibw traatkvatfur? linivcttae Arr. MtVJIstte moments? Christian at Work. I.ve. M tddf IMjIlK 7 as ant !... . walk with him we cannot but sing. d to lie tho best dressed wouian.in the as we truly say with tho psalmist, ".My Arr (.".i.erlaai.l (Saaj. Aumih. Sanaa Jl m "Westminster Teacher. 7 world. Her wardrobe cost 1.XM).000. soul loiigeth. yea. even faiuteth for thy What Christianity lla lliiue. .' ! Arthur i a TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. '(37ta 7 ila w and her jewels were of fabulous value. court." we are safe whatever may be" l"wv.JI Miter . Some gentlemen tell us very complaa ' iMtewall. . To lie Divine Is to lie ?l:inly. cently that they have no need of religion; She spent .s;ltl,(K)(l a day for household fall it. ChriHiian Advocate. The onlv lhrouc Itit; to tVo nd Vi Itbutg. J'lfK 7SMi I tm llMMui,Na. , ikm .ii t c nscLttolii Now the question comes. How shall it expenses. It was tho age of gold. She M. ui f thoy can get along well enough without " Clinch lilvet. t pHI I 41 a mi 11 Worth traiialer t t Dal a wiih " OaknMR C'liiirlt). it. Let mo tell you, my friends, the man get within the leciou of highei undoubtedly was the cause of her own t tan Auitin.San Antonia, V.l 1'aMi and p Watfcaurn rm go a M Bo lenient with the fallen. You see a worst kind of religion is no religion --it power.- He will get within it just as he downfall, but sho did many kindly ' SptiMra ... 7 ! m I'llffl " I.Mtta1..... brother fall and say, "I never could have TEXAS, ARIZONA, MEXICO.CALIFOnKIA. 4 4ap men who live 111 ease gets into tho power of any forces what deeds. nil. Aim 9 4" a m Cxirften S t ri.iinirraaotii.dtu She was one of the first to recognize done that!" Perhaps vou could not. - Kor thiuugn tain and luxury, indulging themselves in tho soever; just as he gets into tho btorm ' M aloft; JI . .. t at p m e c t a intormaitdo llraariy amusement of going without religion, that is blowing outside. Ho must put the merits of Rta Bouheur, and it was cause your teuiptutiou dood not happi'u 01 addrex nil on Aent at Juticttnn Ciu, ky toil an ' J. S. I.1.IT1I, K A it Juntuta.. f 15 paa'to aim may be thankful that they live in lands himself where ho can feel tho power of by her wih that the talentisl artist was to lie in that direction, but you have Clty.Ky Irv. Pa Aifl(i., KMk- 1 jpm,i..uaifi l.DWAKDfc. D. P. UlU.r.K. where the Gosjiel they neglect has Christ, for only then has a man a right decorated. Her legacy of woe is un- done tbings- in the course of your life I.. V A T. A , Iiitic alattfr . tamed tlie beastliness and ferocity of the to Iwlieve. And whero is that? A man matched by any woman iu history. Shu that tin si fallen men could never have t P.MQivUtn ... lanttiitjaa m ) 4fai Arr K. A O Jnnuion .. I men who, but for Christianity", might does that when ho takes upon himself is nil alone. Her jewels have lieen scat- done, lterHiiso their temptation was not nf oi p m " lUwily I M a mi 'iJbbi long ago have eaten their lxxliea like the the noblest duties, lays upon himself tho tered to the corners of the earth; her in tliat tliioction. Uo not sav in boast " Malofteytilir 14 a at a ti m " South Sea Islanders or cut, olf their greatest exactions and obligations that crown is torn asunder, and the precious ing. "I never could have V aa at a ' p ra I.iitoell 40 a an 0 p tti heads and tanned their hides like the belong to him in his scriptural nature, stntes are now Used to decorate women thing as that!" Vou do not CvmnW Spring 1 a 5 at 7 " WathaurM . a.onsters of the French Revolution. and tries to Le a pure and nublo man she never saw. Her steps are dogged )oti would do if fcullieiuiitl o p in iomim 7 p m ' oakman t ) a m 7 4' on have an infinite soul force. If grace When the microscopic search of liio true way to find Christ is not to go by spies when she steals like a house-bivi.' (Jm-- Hive.. "IlUl'lO dUAss HOl'TK." a m 7 47 pm t I.onc Manntatn. which has hunted tho heavens groping into a thousand looks,to tr. r into Moved Paris. Her hoauty direct it. a force for the right; if evil in47 a in ' I aiew?l a m Isjpm to investigate a thousand evidence, but and strength ft.tve faded. She has long fluences seize ujhmi it. a terrific force'for The SUortest and Qulckeut Routo from and sounded the seas to disprove the ex-Powall Hinr Contrrl KmiUickv to all points North ti (6a m 1 ;a m istenco of a Creator, has turned its at- - to undertake so great, so devout and so waited for tho end. Ada Chester Bond the wrong. There are plosions within 11 ana M s 4 HI P.j " Anhar EitHt, West and South-Wes! llamllKm '11 4 a at serviceable a life that you cannot do it iu Ladies' Home Journal. your soul that have never laien unchainl m tention to human society and has found ' ( aatktiUixl (U.. LozinKton and Clncln Ltnobotweun il J.ia m t s7 p ed. Look out if once they slip their ' XMtttenbMH 7 a place on this planet ten miles square unless Christ helps you. When you see nutl. 'it is M'n g, i m It) ltD MkMicsaaiw linn to .Mlll.v f.uutl Tex. where decent man can live iu decency, where Christ hr lp you, and you see cables. In our criticisms, of others, let THHor(.!iTR,IVsCINCINVAU V p 1. Air. Xlanlbatl Dl i..srUlot(ll and J I I.1.ICH A il'ath of a lwiy, aged eeveu years us remember that wo have faults which comfort and security, supporting and where there conies to yon tho cortaiuty Laatvlll 7 01 educating his children unspoiled and you were told of, and the manifestation ("shot k produced by drinking hot tea oar fm uds have excused. How much sCHKl'DI.KIS u7'K.CTMV is, 1'orany lufmaiailoa at la raataa, mtrt, eu ap- mill;"), forcibly and sadly would be left of us if all tlio-- o who free unriolluted, a place whero ago is rover-- ' of the fact th.it you aro a child of God without ply r No I. N. s the particular vice of the ordi- inconsistent ies in ns should clip away W. A KI.V, Atlirn tirii'l l'a enced, infancy resjiected, womanhood Itecomes the most credible, tho most cerSoutlehound. At , K I)nly. B. Sun Kawavillr, I run nary Kngli-- h method of drinking tea. from our character and reputation! It honored and human life held in duo re- tain in all history. J 33 I want to tell- you how simple tho The tea hud Iteen left for somo time "in is au invariable rule that thosO who l.vc Cincinnati .. Sio j m towpm .' " I' gardwhen the sceptic can find such a a iu Covington... iolim 'Him place on thu globo whero tho Gos-- l of path of Christ leally is. It is not the the oven to warm;" that is to say, it was make the roughest work with tho mimes I.ve 1 almoutlu.... 9 4j ij id p l.ve 11 is j m to ij m l ,J P has not gone and denied the way, inspiration of this or that book, or any a strong decoction of tea leaves to which of others aro tho-- e who have themselves Atr l'nt Christ 13 10 p m 00 p m ., tx r nnd laid the foundations and made do-- 1 theory of inspiration, it is not tho elec- time had ht.ou given to extract all tho tho mot imperfections. When you hear Arr i.camKtuH 11 aj'Trol ...... "' Jo (I l'ari. evil of any one, suiicnd judgment. Do I.ve Wmclieatei. II IU p Hi cency and security possible, it will then tion of certain souls and the damnation tanui.i, and which had then been Arr ' " 15 p Itl' It was then drunk without not decide till you have heard the man's Arr ItichHMmd.. be in order for tho skeptical literati lo of certain other souls. It is simply tho I.jacjulcr.. move thither, ami then and there veil- - testimony of the divine in man that lifts milk: that is to say, the tannin was not defense Dr. Tulmage in Christian Her- - Arr Stanford. .. I 4 P m1 to P Ar A Ohio ll.ii tr. 7. tilato their views. But so long as theso lii ut up and says: "For 1110 to bo brutal h convened into a relatively harmless al- aid. V.ss Kichniond .. -is v " J ..... Arr l.ivinr.tiHi ... j 05 p m men aro dejieudejit upon the religion unmanly;" "For mo to bo divine is buminous tauuate by the addition of Phiiadoiphln Tlie l'nr:U In? Temper. Arr .MidtileslHtro HI j' m milk. rr 4. which they discard for every privilege to bo, maul)." Bishop Phillips Brooks. No. j. No. No. 4. Baltimore, Now York, Imperfectly as the Christian ideal hns o It is precisely hcrau-our Ihiglish they enjoy, they may well hesitate a (Mil Point aiel the Seatlion-aixall Kattern Cit e. U method of "making tea" from such in- approached leali.ation, tho forgiving Daily. Im K. Sun. The Same ()1, 1),,. littlo lieforo they seek, to rob tho Chris-- ! "' amws.T temper has won nn established place IN I.IU'CT NOV. 15, ,Si It is the irreligiou that takes ou tho fusion of tannin, as well of theine, that m S I t tiali of his hopo and humanity of its l.w Middlexburo t I.ve I.niclon. IJ am faith in that Saviour who alono has religious garb that is ever tho most dan- tea i" so injurious to the digestion, and among tho objects of our moral admira- Atr Kichmoiiil... 11 4 a in 1 If . LimitM; Aiton .7co- contradicted, indeed, by the KAST IMJI'NI). Mail K Daily Daily givtu to man that hope of eternal life gerous foe. Tho devil as an angel of as iu this case, wheu taken iu unusual tion. It is honor," o j m I.ve Stanford .. t'Sg Dnllj-Daily 'ft S11 Hi s "" and violated by tho L.e l.aneamer m which makes life'tolerablo and tociety light is the most dangerous dovil. To- strength on au empty stomach and with- "laws of 7 v. Uve LMii;toa. 00 V 40 a 10 p possible, and robs death of its terrors day ho goes abroad clothed iu the out milk, becomes an irritant iMiison.' jealousies and slanders ol private life.- Arr Kichnotid... 10 iju m " Wial)tttir 6 4 p IJ JO V v, p 3 Kichmond. 6 w Ml Suillnt habit of the philosopher. Ho weais the No neonlo who know how to make tea But for these so called laws of honor so- I.ve Wuiclienter.. i ;; p hi 6 15$ a m p 7 HP 7 " I' S4 ut and the grave of it a gloom. James llus-- ! m a Air Daily. ...... Atr Atttlaml. ... star of science in his crown and tho o 11. ilk with it neither the Chinese fie'y lias rcant respect. Dueling has Arr l'aru. .. 1 1 p m 7 4i a sell Lowell. .. ia 07 l I 10 It " Catlaiiaburc medallions of literature and art upon his nor the .Japanese: but then the hot water c,mti under universal condemnation, I.ve I.eiiucton 1 no p in. 7 oa a m 3 if.)) in t., " lluntinaton If to p in 47 P' Sy a ia 10 3; l ' 7 53 4 (not lx.iling) is poured on to and oil the Tl'" l,l,lu wl' snffura himself to become I.ve I'tim $ p in Terse Talk. ureasi. lie iooks wen; nut no is tlie . a 10 I.ve Falmoutli p in 9 5 fa ..inn. ,nu n Philadelphia, a It is a bad mistake to try to lead a suc- same old devil. He has unctuous homi- leaves at table, and as soon as the liquor " l,a,t' ,OH orawl is blacklisted socially, Air Covington 5 01 p mllo t 4 a in 8 J7 p in " New VorV m i , j j So P p in i$ P , o p i 30 p ( it l I'llii im a in 6 45 ji iu Arr of a pale straw color. The pot j The scold who resents nbtiso with raillery Arr Cincinnati cessful Christian lifo without Christ. lies toncerning tho True, the Beautiful manifests a lack of self control that de- nn the.Mavtville Hranch, No 10. le.ivei i'arit ai WF.ST Religious selfishness is no better titan and tho Good, ati'l he prates iu (Inlet is ahvavs a small china one. and the hot HOUND Daily ' p 7 5, am ami No. ;, at 6 arriving any other kind of selfishness. tones itliout sweetness and light. He ib witter kettle is broinrht uIoiiL'sidn il nn prives llllll ot respect, lolorego resent .laytviue at 10 10, a m, anu15,6 10, in, in No, ai p lltellt IS felt to bo nobler than to indulge eav .Uywlle at 5 a in. m,iW at Pari, at l.ve lluntitigtcii.. 6 (HI A man is always wrong with God wheu at home on the platform or in the pulpit. to table. " 43 I" IS " CalhrtUtuiK t 5 iju 4, 7 4 I'l K arises not amveiat Pant at 10, p .)"Nit ji tiaini i.g ho is not right with his brother. Half a minute stifliccs for the first in- 11, in. il is nun 101 When he finds that men do not take Thcte Athland ... 6 17 114 ir P' 7 It is better to suffer than to sin. kindly to his atheism, pure and simple, fusion. It is a very grateful and refresh- from lwing lieneath the insult, but aliovo daily riccpt Suiulay. . Mil. No 1. ilaily li) all point encept IlowlanJ Dltit-ion- , Ml Sierline .. a 17 jj p ft jc a To lie willing to lemaina sinner an he will admit of a dim faith in an un- ing lieverage, this "honorable tea." it, not from iuditl'ereuco mid pusillanim" Wan lintcr.. which it daily except Sunday. 13 55 1'7 'b hour longer may mean that you will knowable God. But ho is careful to which one sips at frequent intervals iu ity, but from confidence iu tlie inherent I No ruiiulf lly Irom Loinston to Cincinnati Arr l.exinion a 03 Jo 41 P rja xcept Smiilata Uulttille. 5 I the far east, but of course it would be, force of right. Christian Inquirer, 40 pusoa have to remain one forever. 9 $0 caution men not to put any practical reNo, riina daily If all mothers were Christians the liance iu such a fanciful "being. Indeed, and is, insipid and not worth drinking if No i runt daily from .til tttiont rtrept tlie I'ovei ty. Kowland Dnisicii, whirli is ilaily except Sunday devil would never have tiro courago to the only being the philosophical deil its flavor be drowned by sugar and milk. No. o daily except Shmlay. Limited Votihuled 'Iraint tun ilaily ill counec Poverty is the load of some and wealth show himself. can think of as entitled to live eternally - JJntish .Medical Journal. No. daily LrtMren Cuicibnaii and I.exmctori lion with Clittaprukc A Ohio "F. F. V." 10 Nw is the load of others perhaps the greater Kirrpt Sunday Y.11L If you are a good man what are you is himself. Christian at Work. load of tho two. It may weigh them to .o lOi'atKanu i.exiiiijwin Accommodation dai-- Fatt Mail Train run daily and male local tlcpt llfilltli ami Wliulraiiliir III mo. good for? Ram's Horn. ly l.eavjea I.pxiiikioii 10.00 a. m. Arrlvi-- I'atit brtMrrn .rxiii)toii and Huntington. The close relation between health and perdition. Bear the load of thy neigh- ' lo '43 in Iliinlinlou and Moirhead Accoimno-ljilonAetliiiia hiiiI AVonls. No lr.iti Cfncin bor's poverty, and let him bear with thee A I'oor ItHlrf. Kery man feels instinctively that all wholesome dress need hardly be insisted the load of thy wealth. Thou lightenest nati 5 7' 5Falmouth Arcoinmodntion; 705pm daily run daily. ami Motiliead and l.exiiijjten and m Falmouth Arrive P I.ctini'icti satisfactory ML Slcrliiiy run daily It is a poor Relief from sorrow to liy'to thu lieatitiful sentiments iu tho world on. It is therefore most is process to thy load by lightening his. Augustine. except 8 Sunday, Kalmoulh 0.1a in. Arnvea Cue bunchy No, Lmci dally except leant that a new league of in the distractions of tho world. As well weigh loss than a single lovely action, a Siindar cintiati 7 55 'lliiiiuuh Mcepin; Caia tr and fiom V.'alnnion No. anil 3 makfi connection at Winchmtrr foi and New VorL without cIuiijev. might a lost and wearied biid, suspended and that while tenderness of feeling and formation which has for its object tho An Ollerlnif. poiuta 011 the N. N. A M V R'y, E. 1). reform of women's dress. The supjKirt-er- s over the abyss of the tempestuous ocean, susceptibility of generous emotions are No. cairiet through can fiom Cincinnatito My spirit, eon Kor full information in rrgatd to ratex, Jernis, give U thee! of this association believo that it is A cunseciHtctl unil Ixxly,thinu Middletboroui:li and Cumberland Gap and all in Ac , apply to any audit ofnil or conueiliBj;route. aoek a resting place on its topmost wave, accidents of lifo, permanent goodness is offrrini;, avenuoru to bel Icrmediate lnc, possible to introduce radical changes Oh, blissful ielf burrtuder, fa live, tny Lord, ttutiont and runt daily. as the child of sorrow seek a place of re- au achievement and a quality of the lifo. C. KATMOKK, 'll. K. HUNTINGTON, S, K.KNOTT, I.. HROWN, Tralhc Munager. V V. and IJ.JI, 5. J' A , Ctn I'au, Agt pose amid too bustling cares and intoxi- "Fino worda," says one homely old prov- into existing modes of clothing without Now, by tliie;(ioU, my Saviour live Son of out thy life OuieralutScc, I.ouitville, Ky. Lexington, Ky. cating pleasures of turili and time.- Dr. erb, "butter no parsnips." James Rus- sacrificing what is due to health, comIn inc. S. F.B.MORSE, Geu'l Pau'c'r Airt.. W. S. .HARRISON, 0. V. BAKNKV, or grace. London Lmicet. fort sell LowelL Mrs. James. j Oflice Chamber ol Commerce lluildine.Cincinuatl Spring. 0. M., Lcxinctuii,Ky T I f-- Cam Fliitl Good IJae Knelt oT Tlii'im for Tltt Karth l!rionlri ItrRiin on Choi Will stion arose nsasido issuo of the chief Continue In Hrurcnl' in. topic of tho afternoon, whether tho earn- - At a woman's club last fall tho que- THE DUTY OF MEETING TOGETHER. ' i j i I - -- - We above reward CI;ui'!iiiIuk Nfi'cmnrjr to True Cltrla-tU- n Liver will pay tlieDytpepia, Mel. for any rnict Complaint, Headache, 1.1 fr. Conttipailon or Cottivcnrtt tve can net Schedule Dei rmberf, 1891. chic with We n;e commanded not to forget tho direction Weit'i VestUbli Liver 1Mb, when the i are ttrictly complin! with The? Me assembling of ourselves together. One purely vrgetahlr and never fill to rive ali.Ui-tloLLAVK NOKTON DAILY rontaintni: ,0 cannot disregard this injunction with- pill, Sugar coated.of l.arse boxex anil 6 t m rCmhani, liluffitld and intermedmte couutcifeilt imitation loss. Tho absorbing worldly The pnin! uunnfi' t,tc rnlv ly Tlir fohii C out sei Utifn. Kctnokr, and I :ipmlor Uliiefirld, lladloid. cures that belong to art age of intense "mI Co., Ci.lcaco, lorle Ly A K Norfolk. I.yu.'hburc, .fur Knanokf for Kichmrnd arid lUcerslcwn,AIk (Hapressure like tho present only servo to JlartUWathlnL'ton, enforce the command. Tho gates of Zion bare. J'bi!adelpbi& and New crk. Irom lulilb to Nor Huliman Sletpmr Car are wide open everywhere, and no one, f "Ik vm Xnttou and Kadfoid, aln Kudlord 10 New York, i Sbenandcah Junction, a!o especially in this Christian land, can to Washington; alio from Lynchburg to Klch. oiler a reasonable excuse for neglect to wytfij tmiad. hen we consider God's com-'I ram tor 1'ocahontin, obey it. Towhatan and flood. nrw iiid Complete treatment. optiitiliic of will lrje Hlui field daily at ; j a m and a ij p mauds we find that duty and privilege ' i p m, i $0 p in. K..V winimcm nr. 'uJ'i'"""ir,........ cure f riiinit ul.A are hlways intimately associated I N'ttou Irom the Kail daily at IILI mill a lcn.W, Inlrrnit, il rainoariire at p e in and ' H ship, public or social, is not hii exception ' Hllllti or It. t.ln rkrx.. L'. I or Pitiher inlotmatmn a to (cbrdole, tale, hee ""'I' ft tor io tins rule How is this made clear to known to v,l'l per box.'"""'v$j; i.. apply to ctl of Xrfotti .V Wwirrn tnt by mail. W 11.BKVII.I., cverv one? ny aimer irom this terrible Hi. fair when a writt'Mrnrer Act.. Kaanoke. Va. ten ctianint'-- It vwtht box, John Huskin him said. "livery duty rrlun.l th monevpositively kiven Send tamp 10 if not we omit obscure somo truth wo should Irer nawple Ctitarantre cured hv A Jl JVnny, tied If of AK1 (.Ol.'.'C... .. Drii:eni mid ilc nei 1, Stanf i. Ky. Call r have known." It is easy to illustrate . let mi. tins rttiHirk, both from observation and or Hocan estimate tho Iosh-i'SI1'"""''. ' mi: thut are sure, to follow an unwarranted absence from associated worship? Be- cause Thomas was not with tho other -disciples wjeu the Lord apiHarel in their 111 I'rn-ny. $500 REWARD. u & WKorfolkiWcsteraRR. Biinr 1 JAPANESE. Had-lor- d 1 CURF. 111 M 111 111. I h"'"'" (m-b- . fi-- 11 1 s . JSr --- . !!. ... ple-el- a,m Vover-eerli.i- XtfOBTH WEST, 1 tnitic, fi,nlr 1. 1 I XVXuirJ n 1 , I.e, i I Double Daily Trains i .1 1 1 i sutli-cie- nt 1 1 JO. lIttJ ' ("'rS&Krrr l Js"n mar-rine- ' J HiijfA'L t. m-ou- Ti IE WOK FAIR 1 LMJCA.(;J'(3)9 Ite-ir- I ! " I)Sloi:, Kc5j WEHT intc-reman- " Vr-- c the linlrl 1 lr. Ix-tt- I 'r tiit I - .d CAHOJLKKA . '" K, !..,.. Chi-ir- , Tvi!U.4 I it. k. hat-pine- e - U I ' 1 Ho.i-.rt.ri- , T .. linn ipin'-u- ilii 4 lil ia 4 riie-H- i , . . ' I j Jiii Sftin-TiTRiTNT- r I 1 . ' . 11 j j F'HSi' Kentucky Central R.R. t. V . . iin . scei-ticisii- i, kt . . 1 1 1 r- . 111 . 1 11 M j ii 11 111 j 1 - if. . hi 1 . 11 I . 4 '' 1 .Newport News & Mississippi Yalloy Co. C'.-.iral- r i -- " Vashlngton, North-ltouM- tl. l ." 1 1 if" - . . rt 7 I . 1 I u-- '" . P A 11 1 1 . 111 . i 4 111 1 s . 1 ' . " I -- 4 111. J- -8 11 . O 1 , j exct-p- t C ' 111 1 1 1 1 la- I - , (... A'V " 5 'i .. iC v- - tj v U T- - i THEY TAKE THE BLAME. Thr A Wntnn' llrvxii?. THE HOTEL CHAPERON. THE DEATH-MASIltuband Mercy on tiS Where did A. New I)rlrn lor Giving Alt) iut ComMon Who Illro Out tvra Pro:oB3lonal you gut this sot of royal Worcester fort lo I'n.ittriitlftl Traveler. china? How to Proaorvo an Exact Copy 31undororo. The lone female Is, as a rule, treated Wife (calmly) I bought It. of Familiar Foaturas. very ungraciously In Ootham, says tho Husband Bought It! (treat snakes! K. EGGS FOR MATCHING. From the following tunJard varieties White Cochins i Mitchtlli main; White I'lymoih Rocki tlawltin strain: White rKtuppi strain K.wli separately yardeil; ejgi warranted pure. Price i per ttinir of it. W M SIIL'GAKS, I..na.ter, Ky io in. Onward Messenger Standard. Ilrcd by Charles Dunn. SII1KI) BY OXWAliD CHIEF 44W. l.y tin ward 1 H 1, record L' sire of jo. in - ,.o n-- t, ais0 l producing oi nntl IG Aro OliirlMrgml .lnl t.) Sonm liidlj-nitnt Aiia A (Itienr Occiirtutluii. Srvnrjl TlmWritl ti t'lutotnnr - Iy or Why did you buy such ruinously expen- w 3UI T yf If it lsdeolilcdtoluiveadcathnia.sk made no time should be lost after the 'HeuHU.w I linwj ut but met the man In who really bolioves that tint pen is decease. wasthe case of (Jencral (Irant, whon it well known that death mightier than the sword." Texas' could not lie staved ojl', arrangements t wore made to havo a seulptor hi tho A ': .Trillin .Vilttnk. Mc(!regor so that the house of Mount "Here's a letter from poor Carrie. Sim mask could bo taken at once after ho and her husband ltotlj i ant a divorce expired. The programme was carried The Premium Saddle Stallion, out and the bust which resulted was and neither can get it." At tti Insure. pronounced, even by the great general's "What's the matter?" UAUVID 10 T. A. S. T. HA UK IS. like"He, unknown to hr, was about to nearest relatives, the most prfect elope with tlu governess just as she, ness ever made of him. S'hnwn S times a u took 7 and I premium audi icrtifiieau-- ; n a A mask is always made when a bust unknown to him, uns ulut to clopo wasn't dioun at all! with his secretary. They met in tho or medallion iwrtralt is needed, as it n Will make of lSl2nt my phuc dark and eloped with each other." gires the exact projvntions of the face, ; miles fiom Stanford on the Ihtr.ville Life. reproducing the rolativo positions of Standard. pike at I'oalfd ray 'JO, ISS'.l. lilood hav, hfaek a mai) cash or coi.n in tiii: hack. the bones, which, of course, do not $10 to Insure a Living- Colt. mane and tail, ill he full 1(5 haudil change in death. Money due when the marc is parted hiirh nt maturity. Tlm first thing to be done by a sculp-to- r irttl hy tli 'iiieoiiii:irahlf Hed S(iiir-rc- l. with tr In ctl to another hnr-e- . when taking a musk is to close the the tnndi-- saddle rtiiIIlou on earth, Lord Clifton is a beautiful red sorrel, eyes, and If iossihlc. the mouth also, with a now innne and tail, lof hands as hi record will ihow. Hi owner., the j Any little openings are tilled with eot-- i of Ihirksville. have Inch, foaled in lvv and - a petfect sad- Messrs. ton, wool, soft nigs, etc., and thus the nu tiller of .V)0( for Iiiiin. btands'iit dle horse. tioso and ears and tho mouth are gently e :;..) Ihe season, cash in hand, and can not Those who want to bleed to a sootl packed without in any way disturbing stallion ale cordially invited to look accommodate half his patrons; shed hy contour. The face and as much of Black S.uincl. lit hy llhiek Knijk', hy nt my how and see him move. itlie head as it is necessary to take is lie uns shed by second Jewel, he hi' Iviiik William, hy Washington Denmark, c covered with sweet oil or some Cunningham's Jewel, lie by old Washing- by ( taine' Denmark, hv the ureal sJ.ll Til unguent laid on pretty thick, the object nice hoive, Deiiinark, hy Imp. Hedefortl. ton Dciiuuirk. u,&M'.:-..hm-. being to prevent the plaster adhering Hi- - jirst dam Fannie by a sun of bill's l.ed haylesdani Ih.en.i Wehb llusell, one ot the bet wnlkini,' animal on earth, to tho skin or hair. The necessity of Vermont. M dam hy Oftl Monte, having met and defeated all the 'crack'' this precaution is evident, esjiccially . 1 . Lien letnined on col, till season i paid. walker of Central Kentucky, ineludini' when it is tciueuiltorvd how shocking ' Tf VTk- - ,V V1 hv Funk' SiimpMine- - gnied nt leasouable rate, but Mallions and jreldin-rsany laceration of the features would be ter Denmark, by (lochia id's S'unipter Dennut responsible for accidents, should to the friends of the deceased, caused mark, by Wasl i ijjttm Dcnui-iiK- , cc. as it might le by the forcible removal ou will soc troin above tint his breedStanford, Ky. 0. LUKLY. of plaster ( ing is ilt wise in fact, he i a model Down the center line of the face a ircneral utility horse. Will servo a few piy." strong silk thread is laid and then the mures the prcuiit seaon at my place, Smith steals away with .1 ready-madlaying on of the piaster is commenced, crestfallen look upon Ids face At $20 the Season. Tho white, fresh plaster is mixed in a "Madam, I regret the occurrvneo of bowl close at hand and is laid on Hit; Money due at iirt serviie, with prividam Lulu Hell b Kcnturkv Clstv such in nnneeessdrr blunder, but as face in a thin layer, not more than l!U hebyC M. Clay .!., iStt:itler's dam lege of lite return until colt isirotten. s it will nut happen again; sureof an inch thick. If it suri3ou For further information and extended the dam of Mnmbritio 1'atchcn and Lady ly not from that man," and midam were put on at onco of the full thick1'uck. Thome, 2 leacli. 2d dam hy Downing' pedimee, call on or ntlilre.s takes her departure fully satisfied Unit ness necessary to use the mask as a Vermont, irc of (Jill's 101, the lit. I!iit llnnian Natnrn. 10 H. D. KKXNKDV, she has had her revenge t sire of P.onnerBny 2 2.'), Iihu-- Maria, .Vc.: Stranger Here is a little p,Hm mould the weight might press in the Ky. ,'Jd dam by iJlcnroe thoroughbred. Another irate customer uniHjarn on wtilch I .submitted to a number of mr face ami distort the features. Just Montro-- e C. was sired hv Lightlicart the scene This lime the trouble is nearest and dearest friends, and they before this thin layer has quite set the ISO I, trial 2 JUS; out of Moss hose," full sis with u suite of furniture which had all said it was wortli printing silk cord is drawn up. dividing the : ter to I'rinucps, sire of Trinket 2 11, 2d -as In perbocn purch.ivsl a week mask into two parts along the center Kditor (sho lias frieinls himself) HER WEIGHT IN GOLD. dam Primrose, dam of Princcps, she of fect order, but has already liegun to I am delighted to et it, sir A thing line of the face. Perhaps it may not bo .show sigusof approaching dissolution. which a man's Istsom friends fail to evident why Hie mask should Iks made The KitrNurdlnnry V:ilua Mexican Miner IViiiuie Sole 2 20; Hd dam P.lack Ilo.e, dntn Kinjr liny i a duik bay, . cur old, IG of Darkness 2 27. The aggrieved purchaser opens on tint criticize must be alwiut jHrfect N. Y. in halves, but a little consideration will I'lirril l.'pon HI r.rlde. hantls Iiiirh and is an elegant combined This pciiurcc combine the llainhUto-niasuggest the reason. tiianiger, who at, umv semis for "the Wrrkly. "There is an old lady living in iietl bv Horton'.s hay the Coyler, the Clay and the Ver- hore. He wh man who takes the blame," and opens The width of the face behind the southern California at the patriotic mont Mraiiis, with a tluiiouglihri-i.Mambrino Khir, base; hore. he by Dr. Ilcrr iiT lllcli Art. l.iiultallniM his iuu.il programme cheek Ihmics is less than across them, little mountain settlement known as and will shmv in hi direct descent inoie daiii by Steamboat, owned hv Cheilweil, Manager am greatly dlsapointed and If the mask were removed whole It American Flag, who i.s an object than .Id 2 '.V or better pciformcis. of Viiginia. Thetlain was d "How Is this, slr What do yon mean bv Stedam bv Fiank" by sending out goods in such a condi- in your acting, sir You have completeMontrose ('. i second cousin lo Maud phen Sanipoii; would be at the risk of tearing the face of much interest to strangers from tion? You liavt Uen repeatedly told ly ruined my new phy hy your cold and in passing over the cheek bones at the the fact that she is probably . lie is it mahogany brown, Hi hands by L'tl dam by oiigiuul Jim Iiell; tlam Denmark, who ran Hi coiiec-iiliv- e not to tHtrmit any gissU to leave your wooden performance in the love scenes. points of articulation of the jaws. As the only woman on earth the valuation high, a speedy trotter, tl.oiiuh untrained. miles hi a race at New Orleans; 4th Leading Man langrily) Then why in soon as the thin layer has become suf- of whose person was ever literally Will uiakcthe.season at mv tahh'sjn department unless in jn'rfect order. iiaui bv Sir Klliott; oth dam hv .5rav This is not the llrst time this lias hap- thunder do you have a leading lady ficiently firm to carry additional appraised at her weight in gold," said a Shillit City. (ith dam hy liuzaid. pened; but it will U the last. Oo to who e ats onions.' N. Y. Weekly. New Yorker recently returned from a weight without pressing on the face Will make the Miton of ls!' at my At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. the. ofllco. and get your piy; we have no more plaster is put on tinti a thickness trip across the continent to a reporter farm, the old Win. Call place, live miles lliMrliil tlir llvrnlr. t years further uso for your services and a half has for the Sun. ".She is Maic caicd for at icaotiablc ratc, hut flout Stauftiid, hailv Visitor Wlm is tliut Hint ner. of an inch to an uu-"Madam, I am yer.v surry that you Mm jn ij,rri.been attained The silken cord which old now and the widow of one Jesus not icspoiisjble for accidents or At $8 to Insure a Living Colt. ahotihl have lwen so ditvivral by one of has Ih'cii used to separate the first thin Castro, a Mexican. The Mexican was Wife beater, H. L. OARTWRIGHT. our salesmen. We cannot very well layers is again brought into requisition, one of the first miners who struck a ..q tlf. i,rute'" At the nine place will stand mv tine or, rather, has never been removed fortune in gold in the pioneer days of tako back the furniture after it has) "lint he beat her to death." younirjack. California. He lived in the Santa Cata-Un- a we will send a man to from its position 'along the center of Wen used, but ..(lo.vlness m..' l'l..t'.r mountains ami returned home your hotiMi to put it in proper shape," fellow anyone who Is looking afteri his the face except U itujke the division. ZSJSMa, and tlm lady gss on her way s.itistled com(ort?" Indianapolis Journal. Just before the entire cast sets this more than loaded down with gold dust. He i by an inipoitcd Spanish jack, hits rM Sixlren hands hii;h. cord is drawn up through the whole He fell passionately in love with his that she has received justice. a line body unit larj;e bones. SIRKU HY VOI TAIItK 6S5. He will It Comri lllcli. thickness f plaster, nd vi thu halves brother's daughter, a handsome girl of (Mix by Lexington Clncf - "The man who takes tlm blame" Is tnud li.im .. by Mamlmnn Chorister. Mrs. llawnso regret to learn that of the cast are formed. It requires seventeen, She returned her uncle's uam r overcliarglng In next discharged l.adr buiiliope ly lliiiililr liinun 10 At $8 to Insure a Living .Colt. making a sale of sils dress goods. He your daughter's cough is no better. Of about half an hour for the plaster to love and consented to marry him. The t Itina t.r.ir.d.iui Wille J i8't and course you have employed the K'st med- set firmly enough to remove and then priest to w lioiu they applied learning of of abuse and Is tln'n slitters a will bo letaiucd on colts till n Simmon. : their close blood relationship refused the work is finished. nls to go beeause he lias sold a set of ical talent.' money i paid; if maie i patted with , liy Tattler jo: d im oiiujr Poroltaire Mrs. (irnhstukes -- Oh, yes; no exas tia by Miiutlirino Chlffu, ad d.tm hv Rocl.uck eaon become due. to marry them. Castro ottered tine china without, calling the attention The cotton wool Is removed from the the ulo the ire 10 of the purchaser to iw'veral little defects. pense has Ikcii spared. We think now nose, cars and mouth, and the oil is high as five thousand dollars to the It. iic of Ilroun JimAllien (.olii.tr.ith, ot Voltify, I.S. I'll 11.1,1 1'S. Walnut Flat. who made d.un Nellie of trying this new gold cure everybody carefully wiped oft, so as to leave no church as an inducement for the priest And so it troes from Inotuiui? to niirht. T.tttler. Yo4lairi-'- sire in iBjoot 2 y', of Tellainoii, 'Irllul? ruck. lay after day, week in and week out. Is talking about traces whatever of the work which lias to perform the marriage ceremony, but br I'll. .t. Jr. lumliullmi usjIU iyan, Kunior son1, Midui, .iicil 2 the titter was refused. Then, as the old hl.in.ur sl , .nd oltaire 1 m4. und Ins mi poor fellow in made to suffer for The leeii accomplished. It need hardly be llrrak It .iitlj. willow's story goes, astro asked the Abb..tt, Indunaisilis, Humor, l.itllcr, Jr.. and WALLACE DENMARK-55- . nil tho sins of the entire establishment, Tncle Do you really think, doctor, pointed out that the sculptor covers the priest what amount of wealth would otuirt ate all irr of (ii.rrner in jc I'lUit, from the manager ruvii to tlm errand pillows, clothes, etc., with cloths to I Jtller. Wwell known a nclng oin' I'tj huiii! hiuh. I Jr , ia,sitc of m.iro Isiy. "It Is a MiuicwiiHl strange but that am improved? prevent splashes of plaster or oil being induce liiin to marry them. The priest, id the titeatiiit tir.M.,1 Maud S iresoS1,', the J;e, hi" Doctor I guarantee .tour life forsomn dim;litt'rs irinliiUn J with the intention and expectation of iid a hint of iithersol hole true fact that many people are satisfied iiYsr.MiTi:i: dfx.makk, ni. left on them. come. of dun. i to put up willi considerable Incon- time to I'lense lir-iIlubytiothlaiirs Deiiinarlc, iiehy tiaines When the east has been secured the impressing Castro with the hopelessness li l.eitit;iiii Chief jt, , nvd.dullrown Jim'k field hy this l.mly War Kcnmrk CLiy V Ununwell's venience it they can oni.i ls revenged to I'nclenephew The poor news uently next oiH'ration is to mala: the mask of his apical, replied: Dciiuuiih, he liy the race Mainliriim Chief my bov will be " 'The girl's weight in gold!' Mambrino Ch rister fttre of dam of I'rott'itii' hoi?e Deiimaik, he by Imp. lletlgeford. from it Tliis is done in the sculptor's sadly ilisaptvointed. leviis .sf tings. ,, , . i "Now the Mexican maiden, while not 3 IS, Ac hy M.iiolirino Clilct, dan. hy Chorister dam Faimie Wallace No. ;i(l, by Sir studio, and he usually lets the cast He ho hy Ttidliiinier'"sir Walwiij He iirauL. takes the blame, the customer ventures being overlmxom, was well to do in for a day or so. until the plaster has beto Iusure a Living Colt. $15 lace, he by Sir Albert (thuiouj,'li-bietl.- ) to suggest that he is not the man who Creditor -- It's no wotuler I can't tind come quite html ami dry. Forming a figure for one of her age, but Castro did waited on her, but wo insist that he is, you at home when ou nie here all the bed of fresh plaster, the sculptor inserts not even pause long enough to ascer' iiaui by Vilnius (dam of Vir;iniiis by STAR DENMARK. und the man ndd his own assertion, time in the saloon drinking. f of t lie cast in it, the hollow or tain what her weight might be. He Tianht, tliorouirhbiedi; he hy Masaddle btallitin iiiiin oisc out of ten and In Debtor Don't von see that the reason impression side up; then the other half exclaimed: son's Whip. h itnl hifiU, three whin tett. Hay Ixr-i- . Very I drink is out of sheer despair at not he- - Is put in, bringing the sections severed is convinced. the mistomcr !., "Hood, holy father!' ;! (him a Whip hint y mom and tail lineitle ami atuoii male few people take enough notice ing able to pay you? -- l'liegende lllaut- - by the silken cord together. The out "Then he ordered scales to be SIRKU ll WDUUIMKIl WKNMAKK Kin" William. dam of salesmen to identify him un tcr. the girl to .. dam side bed of plaster sets hard and the brought, and begging $15 the Insurance. lioddanl's Siimpter less they meet him frequently. I have .No Miutliliin In IIU. cast is again an entirety. The Interior stand on one side of them he poured , il.iii, a U ni.ii.litir.l Deiiin ok. known some establishments that have Mr. Murray Hill Mr. Jones' affairs of the cast before making the mask is glittering gold dust into the other side $15 to Insure a Living Colt employed two or more men to take don't seem to improve any. Ho is con- thoroughly soaked in water and then it until the precious stuff balanced the I aUoli.ue blame in order lo facilitate matters. tinually under n cloud. :ib mouths ..lil. The priest is coated iith u of soap, weight of his inamorata. In hand liih. The funniest part of the thing Is that MY VAI.LA0I-- l)i:NNl dillerent sculptors was dumb with amiizeinent, and it was Mr. MauliHttau Meach Yes, the last oil and stcaviiii-I!K.-i(.Nvpejl-itiiiet- il our scapegoat man grows fat on Iwing time saw him it was ruining pitch- - using their own preparations. Moist a long time before he recovered suffWalliiit- Dfiiiiiark Vi.j hich are noted ,i Ihe orst uf jennet jacks, 'cussed.' He has increased from ouu torus. le.as Mftings. plaster i.s poured in and tho sculptor iciently to sny tho promised words that and vwil ere irntiri at tnr a ).ii. colt undi; I (lam Max H7 bt itlette by Viudex; he hundred and fifty pounds to two hunlifts the bed and mold in his hands turn- made the twain one. Castro had won lor ijcniKI coll Will .iImi serve marcs an$10 to by Hlnod'. IJliu L Hawk, he bv Old tine The other a ale AilVMittttur of the Soupioim. dred and twenty iiuuln in liftccu ing it in such a way that the white his bride at the cost of one hundred and iiKiirc livmu'olt he toiuid in the country and Black Ilaivk Vidette's l.ttliui by imileiick an can Mr. Klame (rejected) -- And am I to liquid fills every corner With the aid twenty-fiv- e mo n ("lis, and smih-m much that wo il! erc mart, at Whip, I'd dam (inllatin; ltd dam ounds of his hoarded gold. will have to change him and gntsomu consider your "no" positive and irre- of his spattle he works in more plaster He hud a snug lot left, however, and Old Tim-Viudex' 1st dam bv $10 to Insure a Living Colt. dysiwptic-lookin.Mamliiiiii. ( Iiief 11; iM dam by iiulividual in his vocable? the story is that he lived long enough until a thickness of about one ami ul U two mile o it h of liimtoiiville on lhe Miss Icicle -- Well, don't know. Try inches has been attained. A wire loop to see the time that he would havu Old I lay .Mcssenuei; :id dam bv place." M r. lAh'i and I art mice' btaln n pike. Ciiuiion Wliii,. me next summer and see. Harper's Is Inserted In the border of the mask bo taken n j'ood ileal less than her weight An h'nlrrprUliic I'ortrr. J tlam I uliti Wallaie, hv Sir Wallace, he lhiar. that it can be hung up and the whole is iu gold for the w ife his youthful ardor In ono of the new hotels by Toilhiinter's. Wallace, ho bv ill Itillr. left to dry and httideu. As soon as this placed so great a value on." Standard Rule Ml Albeit illinriiuglihied). there Is an energetic yotiirg porter who Mr. Ardup fiin't you come around is accomplished the knocks the Sin. ltieni mu, trial j j.i, full l.roil.cr to : tin in by YiiginiiLs, he hy Maou would rather mateli eiins than acquire Whip. Knij Kimc inI dam Chance b loin sunit I cast or inrilri oft', piece by piece, digWhen ror .rul.iml sink. dam a Whip man' mil of lhe d.un ( Ked Vilke, money by the slow process of working 17.J. reiord .Man wttli Ml! -- No, sir. never put ging away the bed and fretting tho It was formerly, say fifty years ago, id iiaui Cluhli b IkiurlMtii Chiet .(,; id dam for it. His varied duties include the olt ChuLb, I.5 Jo. I.iiurelue Itienl Myl, ht llvlnmut what ought to bo mask, i he bust must le modeled In nothing uncommon for a new island to (Mi $15 the Insurance. till shining of boots, and his sporting in- dunned tst dam Itlandiua (dam nt K'nu I'ene 7K. Chicago Tribune. clay. The mask is huug at a convenient appear above or an old one to disappear sijrrl (.K h .Mamnruwi Chiet n. m uam stincts have impelled Tiim to cut loose height, close to the sculptor's table or beneath the waves of the Paeilic ocean. U11r1.l1 mart (d.un of Ho.alu.d - ji', hy llrown (omit TOM ROBINSON, from the hotel bootblacks' pool and AIlalUh 1'ilot Tom Stani. 171 . Ii tripod, tin skeleton frame is built and Such occurrences won- sometimes noted Dido the Uin ol Red dam work tho brush independently. The Client Well e what is your charge then the modeling is undertaken. To as often as two or three lime, a year, 7"8; 171... rellrwi in'.o lirtl hy .Mamhrimi Son of Wallace Denmark tif 35 like above; 1st dam other bootblacks tlo not object to in a divorce cusc? Chitf ji; id il.in hy Hid Lukci, ire ..1 Comet by Miller. Denmark, he hy the a'iti the sculptor several photographs, if and were so common as to hardly exracehorse j jj hy iirc "Jim's" secession, for j hey regard his Lawyer It depend, niaduin, alto- obtainable, tire very useful, and if one of cite comment aiiKi.g navigators and lloiirhoit Clitel' 8i dim nt C.ilm- tlrey K.tijle. Jd Denmark; hi ilmii Flori.el; lM dam 11; ot bv l'n. ' method as detrimental to the interests gether upon the advertising I get. Is these is a correct profile mid the othern scientists. Of late, however, the Pacific dam hy Sir I'eter An analiof Incelnt. Montk'onury's Oliver, ;',d dam hv (Mil miing ami Dieniion. run mlietltat.i c of url of the pool. His faiorlto custom Is to yours a newspaper casts? Puck. Tom i a line shaped 'horse, full face so much the better. has been "paeiiic" indeed. It will be prodn. Iiie MhmI, iieint; threr d rect crice match with the regular customers to black with years this coming summer ol Maim nu. l.lnet II f ire nam alull Mother hijrh; is heiixy mane und tail,l."tt liniid masks of living people thirty-s- i Occasionally A I Holy Ctrl. halt brother decide whether they shall pay him fifa natural sathller and will warli Kme Kent- and hf ire are made, esj ice ally when the person since the last island disappeared, and to Hid ilk.auurena-led Little Jack Why doesn't Mr. lie it Li - etn i" teen cents or he shall shine their boots rant him a saddle breeder. to be represented is unable to give, u exactly a quarter of a century since the tie will tMlid at ilert- .ui.ler the nianise-inrcome to your house any more? for nothing. "Jim" says that he makes of li W lre, $8 the Insurance. Little Dick lie fjnt th grand bounce. number of sittings to the sculptor. In last new one (topped up its head in tho money out of what ho is pleased to term this case the mask i taken, and witli "greatest of oceans." ltut geologists "From your pop?" his "system." Stock cominittcd to my eVeund tho aid of photo'iaphs the bust is mod- argue that this is a suspicious silence, "No; from sis." -- Cood News. i!l al 'land my Mr Krt will receive my peronal mention, eled In clay until but a single sitting au omen of some moiinlrotis catastroiuio' l'uli. (.lias fiirnislied at teaonable rates, tphe A Hum. in Victim. will so Wee to put the finishing- touches phe, that Daino Nature is simply restcry all tho "I don't see why paid for liefore removal of stncL Hojac- k- Jaysmith never opens his and illuminate the tace with that ex- ing for a mighty eiTort. Sir Sidney At S8 to lnaiiro. time," remark- d looby for acc.idents or estape. . Inall cne If ihr mare i pitted with iheeaoti pression most generally recognized hy Hull even goes so Mir as to predict that mouth without putting his foot in it. "Poor little tilings." replied his sister; Darting witji stock forfeits iiiMiraucu. hrcome due aud colliclablc. A lien ii retained, on Tomdik That's so. Ho Is alUtetcd the sitter's friends and nssylr.tes. Tlm tho whole of New .Zjulnud and tho all colU fnr evire lee "that's the only way they can have any with the foot and mouth disease. J. STEELE CARPENTER. best method. howVter, s lo sit for tlm greater part ot" Australia will bo J. K. BAUGHMAN, fun." Hnrper'n Young People. ' I' befo-- e tho end oi the year 19"J3. Hiutoiivilte, Kf HiispmviJIc, Ky. llrooklyn Life. sculptor n ofi.n as he muy vquirc. 3 "Professional scapegoat" does not appear nmontf tlu thousands of ocottpa-tion- s which desl"nat' tint mntincr of employment of the liiluiliUnntt of this city as chcvtltlcd in th- directory, says the. Philadelphia Record Moro than ohb man whose mime appears there, frruci'tl by the siinph hut comprehensive vord "clerk" is, if tho truth were known, fully entitled to classification Vj a professional Henpetrvit There is moro than one that l paid a substantial Hillary hy larjre. house for no oilier than talcing upon hht shoulder tho blame for a! tho initxlt eds of tho establishment, and siiiferin"? the loss of his sit'ii'.tioti at the nituof a dozen times a day or ,im much oftener an (H'onston may require. Being discharged a times a day without once losing his position, and at tho same time belli); well paid for tho peculiar performance, U, indeed, a novel Idea, This is how it Is done A lady waken a p'tnliaj of several articles, all of which aro to Ihi sent to hrr addres.s, as jflven, tic fore a certain hour without fail '1 Ito following day tins customer ivtiiniH, und in her own hwcet way proceeds to "tear out" tho lloor manager or proprietor, :w it may he, bceauiu tha pxm1s failed to arrive at the promised hn'ir The story is patiently hoard, and the word is passed alonff for Smith Smith tnnkes his with a countenance professionally iMMilicnt ami submissivo. "Smith," the uutn.ior begins, "you wore instructed to send this lady' gitodn to the uddrvvi given you before four o'clock?" "Ye, sir," is Smith's plaintive; reply, "hut- -" 'Never mind an explanation. Your neglect caused the delay and has risked the loss of on of our best customers. We cannot put up with your carelessness any longer. You may go to the olllec and get your I sup-Kiso- sive ware? Wife (with suppressed eniotlon) I had to buy it to match that nickel saltcellar you got at JoblojAs for ten cents and gavo me- for a Christmas present. N. Y. Weekly. - .Some of tlm Pimciilt'e Ktironnternil ljr tlm .Sculptor li4(-rralil- p 1'art of tlm Operation Muaks Mail from I.UInc IVoplp. It is a common practice when well-know- n Ktmnplifjilii u I'rovnrb. "Hid you ever go to war, boss?' Inquired u tramp of u farmer. "No. sir, did not. I have enough to do looking after my lings," "Thank I leaven:' fervently ejaculated the tramp. "What for?" tiiskod the ustonished 1 people die to huvc a sculptor make a death mask, says the San Francisco Chronicle, the i lea IHng to preserve an exact copy of the familiar features. The taking of this photograph of the dead is an lntercstingproe-ess- . erangcr. Sift-Ing- s. d half-doze- n I I 1 X & i m.lKvWM Wi .uua 1 i I U j xfLr; s e three-quarter- New York Sun. She Is looked upon with suspicion, and. if admitted at all to the lwtter hoteis.ds relegated usually to sky parlors or back bedrooms, unless she comes armed with enough credentials to warrant admission to llucking-hapalace or the I'nitcd States treasury vaults, I'tider the old regime perhaps these restrictions were a necessity, because women were th"n carefully guarded, usually tv timid to venture on visits to the metropolis unattended, and the lone traveler wan frequently an undesirable guest. I.ut within the past decade the American woman has written a new declaration of independence, set thereto her hand and soul and refuses to submit to the tyranny of conventionality any longer. Nevertheless, hoe ever brave a woman Is in theorv, however contemptuous of mascuLne superiority, there is something uncanny ibotit arriving In tho city alone at night by train, or facing tho custom-housceremony when returning from abroad, of course she Is not afraid. Peri.sh tho thought! She is precisely in the condition of the man who wasn't seasick crossing the channel, but kept asking how much farther it was to Havre. Recognizing the trend of the times a new hotel has hit upon a happy idea for satisfying the revolutionary spirit of the women and appeasing conventionality at the same time by providing a cliap-ro- n for ladies who desired to go to town on shopping or pleasure bent. This chaperon. Miss Fletcher, has traveled extensively librae! where lady guides are numerous and the practice of employing them popular. A telegram to the proprietor of the house, notifying him of the time and place of a woman's arrival, or advice from the other side as to the steamer on which a lady h.s taken passage, insures the traveler the espionage of the chaperon, who attends to her baggage, sees it safely through the custom house, orders the carriage, and accompanies the lady to the hotel. The chaperon who attends ladies to the train or steamer on departure accompanies iliem on shopping tours or to places of amusement. She keeps herself Informed concerning the stock and special sales in the shops and entertain ments of all kinds, and has made a study of the places of historical interest in ami about the city, which she considers quite as important and Interesting, though much less talked of ami known than those to which our countrywomen dock so eagerly in foreign cities. m 'S, hv Hiitchfn-o- n, Kli.n Jane, ithini of Maud Mcssf nircr 2 1CJ, Merit 2:57) by t.entle Hn-tvsire of 1'carl 2 M, tve : '.Id dnin Kittv Itivi-r- . .!,. of it..,t:.. Oiri 2.'17, by Abiinllnh lo.ire of Almont, Ivi'liei: atnetnty cit fT Cah the entire t" .jf simd. ot I r StfPle.of ."O..010. tin nam nv ff the dam of Kentucky Hcd.iaeket.siro Wilkc-- t 2 211, - H,1 crnndam of "J V.", ."!. W,lke liedWilkcs .i.Si in. r.;,,:.. win,.... Embracing ".r.i, II Rl' 1' 23, c Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing-- , ' lior-c- , Buy heav niitne and tali: with and Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps size, stylethe k--t linMi, and rcnrcfiitlnir some of trottitis fnmilifs hi the Hardware Tinware Groceries &c whole countiy. Should mako n jreat tock 'Jvei hcir-ill ninkf.- it short eaon at our All who ate int'. J to Mr Steele will plea'e 'JA mile of Stanfonl, 'Ortt--: 'rward and tile f.tir acco'intj. a the Stahle ' uir,e- ut be wound up. EDWAKIi AI.Cf'RN', At $10 to Insure a Mare in Foal. "tt Truftceof I. K Steele At same jilnve :t Assignors Sale. producing naughtcr. For tlm Next Tliirtv Oavs Hustonvillo, Kentucky, lt dam Lmly Messenger, Chief I1M80; "if dam e -- --- m. e. a-- n - e large Mule Jack, j ox- lyTFT-m- ) tlic-ca-o- RED EAGLE. t tip-tow- n - lc. I (ju-sle- t- u-f-uei .nil-dl- d. . an-occ- MONTROSE C. e KIHG lt BOltT. . u, ! 1 iiii-e- Wol-foit- l. 15 oii-iina- l -- Ka-t;l- e; sixty-eigh- - : ' ,'S .Uih-r-thibbin- -- 1 I !... )MfQtf Off . . 1 J y 3'. ' 1 J- 1 , sen-o- ! ivi .1 1 ! Kim -- ik it 1 Will-hu- e, .i ' cne-lial- 1 ' i -- LEXEXT 262. : 5. cornj.-'-itlo- . 1 'l'ol Four Splendid Jacksi- - to H t g 1 tip-tow- n IXCELOW 5799. . , I l ' '" ' to I J 1 to-da- . Atltt-rlNlit:- - i- -t -r pedi-gr- ei ,5f Ihi-f- - Sap-hea- i - 111 h- - d I ut 1 - Ten Hollars to Insure. IMPORTED JACK, S'ltTe-sponsihirt- ty - I eu-gulf- ' ft O "' a j n ' t ' 1 .i rC : lh h r 1 it' ilnfiifltixl in l?nl't en pacers. Seventy four of his sons nl rrltfr have sired 100 trottem and S2 pacers; ville by a majority of 41. The lilkton. Flour Mill, at Forks of while his daughters, to the number of ;L aud. four pa- Klkhorn, in Franklin county, was de have produced JW April s, Stanford, Ky., stroyed by tire. Loss about f lo.t'OO; in ; cers. Your House This Spring ? In our horse columns the descripsura nee $12,000. Is the best made. Will retain its gloss longer, Senator WoU.tt made a speech in tions and pedigrees of K. F. SandidgeV W. F the Senate, attacking the president, oth- Adonisand W. S. Wigham's Snyder will SIM cover one-hal- f more space than any paint mix- er republicans and democrats alike, for be found. The former is a No. 1 saddler, while the latter handles himself the defeat of free silver coinage. ccI in tnc ortJ,nnry wn' nm' is tfuara,1ced to trotter. Head The McKnery committee in Louisi- splendidly for a I year-ol- d ana refuse to abide by the count in the carefully both pedigrees. give satisfaction. It is made by the latest improved machinery unK. hvuna is busily engsgeil in compromise election, and the tight will A DiBi'ATiii says that G rover CleveJohn It. Thompson is a candidate for go on with two democratic tickets in the breaking out about 17" acres of hemp, der the personal supervision of a practical painter. Accept no subland is the almost unanimoiiR ehoice of district delega'e for the Sth in the "in Manufactured by the which will jiet him over ItVi.OOO pounds stitute. the Marion rounty democrats; aa ho i of terest of Carlisle." This is too thin, Mr. Held as before. bill was He is shipping it to the Charles C. Ja LION IW11MT& COLOR CO., LEXINGTON, KY., The Chinese exclusion neaily all the other democia's of this Thompson. Carlisle isn't in it, and the A. R. Penny, Druggist, Agent, Stanford, Ky. country. Out of 2'0 persons in- democrats want no Hill man so diiguis imsed bv the House. It is the nio't cobs Cordage Co., of Cincinnati, at ?" 2 Kieat against the Chinese yetjperewt. This is the 11th annual ship- terviewed at Lebanon county court day, ed. You'll have to come out fur Cleve severe measure adopted, and provides for the punish tnent by Mr. Evan to the Jacobs Cord not a Hill man was found and only four land if you want this county to honor nieiit of those illegally entering the coun age Co., making a total ot 1,'2.0,000 lbs , who preferred n western man to the you. try. The bill abrogates the provisions at an average price of !?'i 0 per cwt., a sT The Hill boom seems t6 of all treaties with China which conflict total of $oo,000 for 11 crops Mr. Evans THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Krgi.tereil a IlisS Link. n horning every wheie, while have died will have L'"0 acres in hemp the coining with this act. Slr- -l by le nut III: MONT 64 Mr. Cleveland's continues to ltow and Sire of N'nl'KK), thf EMit IMiu sir r. Imvine 11 )ht nttrnro.... 10 hi. . ,..111 Hill men are becoming so scuce in season. Advocate. The McCain Tobacco bill has been rd magnify, because as the Louisville Truth wim rcwmU Item r.,y 10 ,.. Hi- 37 ,vril,Mr. to iWrfr w.dlt .Wot. signed by the governor and is now a Kentucky that a specimen should be sei.lam,llrtile kin leant by Contractor 101, says, he is looked upon by the people Dr. Wen, 17,, and Hi .In.;.f7 CABBAGE FOR HENS. .t- . . Jo performer cured and preserved in alcohol before 4 as the High Priest of American states- law. jvwnof l.'a.lf .MentST It looks like the World's Fair appro- the species becomes as extinct as the llu'e lien. Hal h HuiiUml llin.1-- . in i..ll..l.r t. Mnroe.M JlHiMpnree JUl.- -, .M. AleanJer, AWllh H..J , He manship and American patriotism Kitty Monroe Chi.f ,:.S' etbar iff . Winter unit ,liiuit lip t ;,.( t It. Um priation will pats. I'etit and his little dodo. Speaker Moore, John Thompson Ii) Hiivill'i Mimkrliio. ' enjoys the confidence of the whole peo.We have n small -- tuck of o:iltry, bu: 4 ky lh..t(Hlf hbr.l 4..n ..( Whin. retrenchers aud re and John Rhea are about the only ones wo ple as no other American of his time, school of have uevur su'lired from chicken formers are the only opponents. John left outside a few newspaper offices. llait Wet M,i.in 10 A.x . ,1 Apple laek 1 it .inly ..tSn. In , y, .t Cwiiracti.t. democrat or republican, hasevertnjoyed cholera or other diseases that we often i,t .Urn, U.It read of We fewl whole coin evenings it. He has the record of four years of S. May made a rattling speech for the Louisville Timei. With one exception, and perhaps nnd wheat sfreeiuiipt fnufi the mill spotless, patriotic government in the bill. The Legislature .las been in session two. everv candidate so far announced mornings We liuve to'lmv nc.irlv all lht lloltiionl Uilct come, from ibfcuatPM Pro,l1Uing finibc. CenM.l.rluc the conmitrallnr. White House. Fiom George WashingKentucky to the Chi- of our feed from the town irnt mill te Mm .,,",cfirty.lr?n'1 !rtf,,n.,'e""i'd'iHl''ll the irfilf ! kc 4Ha(ne.l In bnllH down he was the bc9t president of over three months, at a cot of ;M),000, for delegate from ton SftO to Insure a living colt. cents a bushel for and has pavjed but three important gen- cago convention, is for Cleveland, aud We pay thirty-livthe people anil for the people that they eral bills the Goebel lottery bill, the most of them are for him first, last and screenings and ninety cents a bushel tot have elected. He stands today the now com or eighty cents for old We is not because the great, strong man of the nation, loved bill for the .support of the agricultural all the time. This havo a common poultry house !l by lit .. ittv the Kinclv SL'J TAX dislike the with plenty department and the McCain tobacco love Mr. Carlisle less, but ' nfCttmU..! .. .. i ... .. for himself and loved for the enemies he of jltiss on south ,md we.t IO W liktK ' i,i Ihr hirr nf . . ... ' ( li. il. - if." li.tMlllniM :. v .... it Louisville sides We prefer a dam. laxte. more. bill. machine candidate "X U llfBI ini OMww I4, ......I Keil Cl0 - ' the ground for a has made. And, moreover, he is the "' A. aU.I II... Kroxrd .jnV, Mm..rlM !... uf iiiiii ..!.. in 'HI vn....vl u ...... m . llini'l. If there is a Hill man left in the Times. ground floor Give the fowls treh by rrm..iit Mer.iii .irei.f t.a.ly .M complete embodiment of that very tariff anil the 4am ( Cen Smith t .tVi lu Legislature, or in this section of the In the Jellico mountains, in North water every lay. all the shell, V ,"rownin. k ,'J '..etc ,mltilii. l Cen. Krto. ore U-of reform every democrat desires. laily.MiiJ CJirior. lieuluti ,,1. liHle.ewltne nW. State, he hasn't shown his head or his Carolina, "Hill" Murphy shot and killed they can eat and have a vard .'SO by .Vj lv Maml, ihPdam cl M. ntr. n. reconl t . iS """-- "" his inclosed with ehicfceu wire I planted ". ""''"" '""" """' Mr. Cleve- his brother George; then killed A largely attended convention of hand in the last few days. raSoi's'tlliiton from ambu3li. fatally some trutt tr"es s1( ,t to give wrttitl democrats was held at Buffalo to pro- land's Rhode Island speech ha- been nil lirntliiT-in-liiI tlnd mv linck ot shade in summer tect against machine politics in general the talk since it appeared in print, and wounded a woman, .shot another man head will eut a goixl stxisl " head ot cabbage ht il.iv lliangthe and Hill's methods particularly, at the unanimous verdict here is that, 111 me siiumm-i-mmc ...-I ull brthrr i. Ctraiur 1 ji Fairchild, Mayor whether it bo wisdom or folly, whether at work in a field. He says he intends cabk-igwhich up s0 tn.. unit luvetoernne Siamb..ul j 1, 11 j mi ,' ,"y Slie .V.' .M.Wiutr ' 'J. narlMraand M.rthrriln 10. the re .4 the vUroi and it mean victory or defeat, all creation to kill ten men before thts week is out. thetr necks a little to get it. Grace and other gentleme'ii "K. j7, Iljlil haw .I.AV '""-- " a i. IjirimiL.r 01. w t li aqS. . ny .Sl.eB.' by llmtaMl,.'111. lit l thr Kraal CimtrnctHr literally roasted the whole concern. can't prevent his being nominated at John Cudahy has abandoned his over 100 cnht;ige.s tntrvd in tif mli on bnnsl mati MlnHvkalui, th iiam .f lleoattful Iwlk n' , am) 4 vthrr In Chlcljd .tarn. Knle lab., by ft 1.11IM As sum N the One of the resolutions adopted says: Chicago in June. Legislative for. Lou proposed Tnion Stock Yards at Lmiis- - P"Tse for my Dmitry Sulnwri h l a booMtilul bmM. ., hand huh, l.ailrd V l"r. l. I. K.- -, hi'ns " me nth a eablMge th .ill llf ill rrvr a ttmltHl mmlir .. mam al ville, the Hourbon Stock Yard- - Compa- -, "Whatever may have been the estima- Times. to Insure, or S'Jtu tho rioiison inrli. Cl. ' -S- 0.000 in CROW, McKlnnny. Ky J "I." .!T '"Jit? ny having bought him cfl for tion in which Senator Hill has been NEWSY NOTES. held in the past by the democrats of this stock, face value, and secured his prom-- ; away; hlVi. (mv- stock yard. WOrtii for a long turn; twetitv rive cm abandon his propo-e- d State, it is now evident that the course Seven people were burned to death ise to Mr. Cudahy, it is Nild, was paid $2,o00i per dozen miiI upward he lias pursued with inference to the vi- in a store at Fort Madison, la. ts imr ' tal issues of tariff reform and honest bonus by theStock Yardsbefoiehe wouhl Plymouth Hoeks hikI l.eichorn. intxfxl appointed J. U MeKnight has WUn " 'Ul' plfndnl Imvits. money, his unscrupulous political methmove. postniaster ar Flat Hock, Pulaski. .K- ods in this State since last November, "I am in a land of strangers and For only one dny in tour veiir have we Mrs. Kose Hawkins, of Mercer, com" his unseemly aud disgrncefu1 efforts to mitted suicide by jumping from a clill without friends, and may Hod forgive' ' . whole miiii. cmi in iv.il iiH address- - '"? This note, me for this obtain the presidential nomination, and into Di.x river. I "To the Coroner," and signed ' Mil-- , w,blKiKo .Once in awhile jmile up neghis continued anil contemptuous the Clabe Smith chopped Theodore ci lect of senatorial duty, have estranged Maikham to pieces with an ax at a Mad- cide," was found near tin mouth 01 Kid r0ot floor ami also the incliwurti This of the river, at Clarksville.'lYiin. Not far from gives them .. i from his support mrth to wallow 111 . ison county distillery. ii.. .1 democratic supporters in the State and the note was the body ol .Maj. lTanK ieiuio give iiu-- co.ii hsIhm ami s,une Xiue men were blown to pieces by Greenville, Miss. An emptx ' otUfir thhiKs. hut the mive inmtmeiit ts his nomination, or the nomination of of five tons of gun pow- Pate of t 0"t ',mf ' "" '" l'"'Vlnvogr.-a-ost laudanum bottle was also found. any man supposed to he subject to his der at St. Petersburg. Wu nf(i,..,iA -J- udge w oods influence or control, would result in the Near Campton John Smith shot and urniwn lwJttvm orokoa of the national may think he has been snubbed, j ,vUhln Uu.m .r ,, Oloni Ulbt LonU overwhelming defeat riety, SIUSI) OATS. killed W. H. Keynolds and then helped it is said, when heatrivesat Chicago to( Jouninl ot Agnciiltnre ticket in the State." to dig his victim's grave. court, out of th" large number All of the delegates from the eight hold Bker IIiLt. had just as well throw up CHATS ABOUT MEN. cases, not one has been put Oeorgia that have hehl con- of chancery 'l Ml II the sponge. He is a dead cock in the counties in on .......,!...! . .1.1 on ins can, aim hk win I... kuuhu I... .m ventions are Cleveland men. Tho Disstous havo a mausoleum pit. The Owensboro Inquiier, erstof the leading Chi-CVntrnl Laurel Hill cemetery, Phils. Kveritt Wilson, of Morehead, com- empty room. Some while hie stauncheet .supporter in the that cost fV,000. mitted suicide wheu his sweetheart had cago attorneys oppoeeu inn coiuiriiiauuii, State, acknowledge that things have and, it is said, may intend thi.s for a reSir Fraud Claro Ford, the new Hrif a baby. It probably wasn't his. a cerulian hue for him aud the ish minister to Constantinople, has AL-Allen Harrison shot and killed Hut-ti- e buke. Lexington Press, which sometime since served under tho foreign ofhYe Miice Adams near Huntington, W. Va., beFARM AND TRADE ITEMS. 18o2. Hq has invariably acquitted him- Aril I in. ,Su Coi.niy 10 till an.l rxinin th kan.m. an.I l.rarl lu. Htartled the universe by "boldly declai-in- g" WA1I I'Al'IKnfl cause she would n.it marry him. -, 'ucf.u to inr vir. icHirat Kililurky has irone self with credit. for the New York bosawgu John Murph snld to McAium-h- , of Near Fisherville, La., eight negioes John Thorje, of Xew York, has into its hole and drawn itself in after it. AtlA. E. CIBBONS', - of broke mules for f2:!0. DANVILLE, KY. called the "father of tho chryNiiilhe-inuui,to play murdeied Patrick Kelly, a peddler, and Casey, a pair who was Speaker Moore, I. Hertlcc.iilun,..h...U.l.. II. 1). Holtclaw sold to W. Uvt ., , AKSIsVs. A four have been caught and lvnched. .nolM.i, as it was lafgely thiough his kmi-- ....... Ci j... li., . . il. ,,.c , ,lc urriic 1,. tm e t n. i ik u hades, and go to the National f onven-tio- n 4, s , hr iif r jetting ai)itt Imm steers and heifers at effort that the flower was devckiH.'il to A. A. Arthur's stable at Harrogate, ring 7 aiiorirrirn c! i.l .rOi .! an. am aBallill dek'Ba'e f om liis d strict which is s.iid to have iU present jiopularity. cost 10,000, burn SM. ia as dumb as an oyster .since he made n Get your Combinations Complete and Save Money. John K. Jones bought of T. 15. AdIt was insured for its full value, Governor Flower is quitadj us much of yisit Home and found how far he was ed. 'Pliu fi..i..i.irj .i...rUu. tliuriiiniriutoi. t(,UjLM I IIVI. - ains. of Favette countv. two jacks at a sportsman in his lino us is ex PresiI HV UIVIIIIWIllI,ll.l "I from being in it. It is not yet too late dent Cleveland. At trip shooting .Mr. ;"00. wandeiers to leturn to the in New York Monday, the hottest day for these For Sale Pair nice brown mare Flower is nid to have made n fcore of on record for that section this time ol Cleveland fold. Let them do so while mules, good matches, hioke and ready 03 out of a possiblo UK). year. Brer Emrnett Logan sings that good pld Tho jKifents of Ingalls are The blizzard in South D.ikntn ami for use. S. II. Koilt. o!' tlu arrest u'll nicst cc hymn commencing, "Whilst the lamp Iowa niKtc stoiks ol Men's, Hoys' and William Moreland sold to David still living at.. Haverhill, Ma.v. .. Tin One very .severe. Snow reached a was . ; . r..i holds out to burn." itiiuur, now over eigiuy years ot age. Children s depth of 10 feet and trains were unable Thompson, of (iurrard, oO stock hogs, j was tho inventor of several useful maaveraging 150 pounds, at :;c chines employed in manufacturing Gov. MiCkkaky lefiised to sign Mr. to move. ' H. M. P.owman, Jr., wiites that he; shoes. A report comes that a rait went to Itland'n petition for a cloture rule on the General K. F. ot Washington, free coinage silver bill, for the very good nieces at Lock Xo. U. on the Kentucky will have his Ouardsmau and Aiainorino Monday. has on his farm near Ililtimoro tho cele- ICver reason that he had made speehes against river, and that six inountaineeis wcte Clark hue on exhibition brought to the Fast I u,l ol th I'Jiruy. also .1 larjjc and well lames II. Carter bought of J. M. brated stallion thnt tho sultan of TurMich a rule and hail vigorously opposed drowned. nssorted stock of C'titom M.U n I I astirn hogs at :)', and of key presented to General Grant, and The . 1,000 candle-ligpower with Martin 1" loO pound it in the Reed Congress and no .such rule which General Grant gave to General in lorce in a previous which Libeity enlightens the world in Will Mathenv a lot of same at same had ever been Beale. democratic Congress. Another reason Xew Yoik Bay is to tie replaced by one price. Mr. Robett Bruce, of Xoxv York, the candle-powe- r. W. II. Traylor bought of A. U. why he was opposed to such a rule ws of 100,000 venerable Kootl'o P.'.Vpound hogs at X; of John brated histyjo founder, recently celeAt Houston, Texas, Walter F. ShawIipimiikh he behaved in full and fren 1.1s ninetieth birthday. Mr. For both ladies and (.".ill .md e.imine . .... ...... 1. .1... ..1... 1: it ! ...1 .1 our stock before niniii nuiru 1.: inirwni i...: i.:ii 1111 iniiiiirr nun . T... ,'nj ........ Ml mil r! Tnm Stout- 10 Bruce invented a machino for typo matCUSSlOII Ol important IJUCHII'UIH Willi uie purchasing youi Spring Goods, and aunt by cutting their throats in order to at :;. ing that is used in every typo foundry right allowed to oiler amendments n-lirsi uimi- - throughout tho world. to was unwilling, ! help establish a preci- -; get fW to get drunk with. -- was run ni "Ai Kansas Wm. Jones and four 01 his children, 'sHason-t- he Benjamin Poor was born in Raymond, dent that inav be very t'liibana'sing in who lived in Mississippi, were bftteii by Little Kock Tuesday, and was won by N. II., Sept. !M, lTOo, enlisted Jun'o, 181', the future. and was in service as lifer until musta mad dog two months ago and the last the enlt Pebcador. 100 ewes with lambs, ered out Xoveinlwr following. Ho is Fois Svi.k. Jok M. Kknhm.i. was nominated by one died of hydrophobia this week. still living in Raymond and drawing u ncclamatton by the democrats tn succeed A granite sepulchre, for die late J. I. one Southdown buck. All young. Xo pension as. a veteran of tho war of IM'J, Cougies-nia- n in the 10th Case, ot Racine, Wis , the famous horse ' disease. Call on or address me at Stanhis father as and is in remarkably vigorous health. Kentucky district. It has become al- bleeder, is about to be constructed from ford. Stephen Burch. W. H. Traylor' has had 100 more most the established rule that the ollice Vermont granite at a cost of rlS.tXK). Kabert has mote 1' .0 performers to remains in the I'.iniilv, for tho term at Lightning struck the house of, hogs to die of pneumonia, contracted his eiedit now than any other living 1011 I)nrinT the vear I So J least, if there is any legatee to claim it. tieorue Smith,, in Mercer countv. ami during the recent cold spell, making of Rysdyk's Hambletonian .i.viS'B 1 'ts.; .. lie is cied- - hand a full aud complete ,T Post s,iys, "he will running down the chimney knocked all -- 10 in all that he has lost. The Louisville iteil with II with records from 13'. 10 iliie k':.;o. Mrathmoie is the site ..1 II froi probably make as good a pension agent the family EenseleFMir.d seriously biirn- - ' Rob (ientry has his colt, nn-IS Irom L'.:;o to 1' . 15. Penny, en- - Harold h R8 any othei man." but it is iioped not ed a bov. Room, named lor Dr. as g6od as his father. A. Kirk.md M. McUowan fought a teied in the l'litunty. Me is by Imp, to ills duel at the mouth of Red river, in Lou Waggoner, out of a liuckden mare. (jov. K.vorr, who has just leturned isiana, with ritle.s, and .McUouan was The farnlers tell us that they never from Duluth and the Northwest, tays killed. The ijuarrel and light were about saw wheat grow as it Iihh during thoi that the ilemoeratfl in that neck of tho a woman. .. . .My stock of present warm spell anil tin- promise is woods are praetieally solid for Cleveland. W STZ aV In ISO- -' the- Kentucky pchool fund an immense crop will he raised in this royalkw He thinks our weakness and depression nppoi turned among tit- - counties was section. nniuinn-tewill be gone when Cleveland is IC Wheat is looking lemarkably well it. iwl ' l of school "' llrif.ie '"". Ii.i4i.f.rt anil believe that Hill and friends ui.uicvtr.Hui I assure my population. In IS!):.' it is fl,.ill,lii.,.), and gives promise of a big yield. There prompt service, lof charges .,nd comteotis treatmeut: ciistomcrs of will eee tho Inevitable and help do it. Mr Tumu, or per capita. is room for many a slip between this Dai.io.v in charge. m A. R. PKNNV. time, however. Winches- Gov. Russell, of Massachusetts, and harvest Jumtii'k Lvmah continues very ill, but jt is hoped that the thought thnt Mr. whose name has been prominently men- ter Democrat "Dictator has - trotters and four pa HarriBou has the appointment of his tioned in connection with the democratic of his boiih have successor will nerve him up to an extra nomination ; for the presidency, express cers in the list. Si.teen . 1. .1. .. .t- - .i.-- i sired."." tioUers and five pacers. Four- effort to get well. He is too good a man cs uic upintou mai .11 r. vieveuim is daughters have produced IS to dio anyway, even if the result would 000 votes stronger in that State than he, teen of his and one pacer. Russell is. trotters not add another republican to the Owing to his recent attack of Kansas and Western Missouri werel benclu ' b another storm Sunday night. en.a, from which he has, however-- ijuite Is Receiving His Tin; Cincinnati Commercial Cazette Near Cherry vale, Kas., two people were! lecovered, it is probable that Millibars, has an editorial headed "Tho Idiocy of killed, two fatally injured and six houses 2:liiJ, will not make a season this year, The paper demolished. At many points a fioveie but will teuiainin California until June. allAin Cnam of Tjrter ll.ilinij I I'owrfer HikIu.i ol Kentucky Republican'"." leavcuihc ,treiifih -- atcit fniH-i- State Georgo Wilkes is credited in tho (lovcrmiicnt Food eMirt. m right. Itdoeti seem idiotic for auy hail storm did great damage to fruit trees KOVAI. llAKINi; POWDKK CO., and crops. new Year Rook with t'8 trotteisaud sev Kentuckian to be a republican. iiSi Wall Goods Sew York Semi-Week- ly InteriorJouknal WALTON. EIGHT PAGES. Tut Rhode Island political battle was a draw. At least neither the democrat nor the republican candidate was elected governor, under the absurd law that 1S92 the victor must receive a majority of nil the votes cast. The Legislature Is republican Hiid it will, of course, choose the republican candidate for governor. A very large vote was cast and the democrats did fully as well as any reasonable man expected. The State gave Maine $,WA majority in 1SS-- T a ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT I L-1V- s lklkl fkllVITT l. .BELMONT CHIEF 8689 I vr .lr.i .irf thert " a:,, itt '" ,. 11. e -- ware-hous- e " M ' s 1 uv-t- er . 1 I.,","!,", - w nty-riv- o m . sTJLnvn jLttc ij-l- " y '"'' 13: . 1 '' I j 11 1 .Aiamm-in.- I , "":' r". -I ttni len Go to J. B. 1 FOSTER, wlii-nt- friunt Ww,ni(l; I -- d.-ed- . nine-tent- hs ... 1 New York SeedPotatoes, Onion Sets, ........ . rn-si- thet-.vplosio- n 11 mii. ; SEEDS OF ALL KINDS, In l.tilk'niic! Package, And a, iT.lIB. FOSTER. 1 111 Il-phi- . Five ThoiisaiKl I.adit.s VANTED. Stanford Gentleman from I lx-.-- " --r . fmis, ..s, 11 two-year-o- ld , , - JUST RECEIVED, 1 1 . B..-al- MC'IUDTKHNCG ht - -- .1 . 1 1 j -Ti- . W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard. 11 A. R. PENNY, DRUGGIST AND JEWEI.RR 1 r . . -- N 11 l , i Drugs and &Maf& ToiletArticles Painty Oils, Glass, Books, & Stationery. A. OL.I j - - J !iv d WATCHES, CLOCKS ""' ..t..l & JEWELRY ' -'o yKjvn -- H.g.RUPLEY,- , 1 , inlhi-visit- ed POWDER Aboliitly Pur nrrel, t(gK Spring & Summer Goods Warranted and a Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Give me call. -. K ro fJ f ,., s:-y-. ZTt .S .iy- - A' ',ii iMBg. Semi-Weekly . -- i W.xxtki). Mr. W. J. Xowcomb, nccompanied Jowls, shoulders, sides, The ltussinns did not tnke kindly to this section. Nearly nil of tho CO have hams and country lard at B. K. &.W. H. by M. C. Miller, Jr., late telegraph operator at Sinks, left Monday night on left. Copt. W. W. Pcnn ticketed 27 Wearen's. his return to his duties with the Santa through to Arkansas Tuesday. 1 offer for sale privately my residence, Stankohw, Kv., . Ai'Bih 8. 1892 Fe at Galveston, Texas. Elijah Herrin Onk member of our firm is still in the one of the most desirable locations in has moved to the Miller & Spilman buying goods. Many hnvo already Stanford; price and terms reasonable. faun, near town, and opened a carpen.o.wALTON,Bus.ManaRer cities We will have u Btock second to H. K. Wcaren. The men buy a arrived. ter's shop here. We notice that our none in Central Kentucky. .Severance Frankfort correspon lent of the friend, J. B. Hobbs, is chairman of the Thk A Son. MEANS IUSINES8. Courier - Journal says that when Hon. entertainment committee of the Train Edmlnton was in IxmiBvillo the Dispatcher Association, which meetB Wai.i. i'U'kh ami paints nt W. 15. Mil. J wTFuuTxm, ol the pension of-- " outer nay, ami went into me museum in 2fuw Orleans shortlx'. fice at Washington, a valued subscriber, Considerable improvement is going As well as the ladies? Hcfore either make Kmwavi.vo beautifully and artistically writep: "I should feel completely lost known as Wandorland, he immediately their selections they should done at A. It. l'enny's. valuable paper and its recognized Prince Hugo, who was adver- on in and around this place at present. come and see some of the best and cheapest goods ever brought to Buy your books ami school supplies of without your tised tun native African prince, wiio 15very one fieenit. to be making an effort good democratic gospel." all kin (In from A. It. IVnny. Stanford. Wc can suit both young and old. Ladies xvho want a could speak French and Spanish fluent- to do something towards tho betterFhksii Ijindreth Harden Seede, '" TiilKXKH entered the smoke hoiue of ly besides his native tongue, aH Jim ment of their surroundings. The town papers nutl in bulk, at W. IJ. McLob-eil- '. go and Hansford, a Crab Orchard negro. The hill, just east of this place, which looms Mr. O.J. Crow a few nights Havk your watch, clock and joweiry took away with them IWO or 100 pounds recognition wis mutual and while the to the height of $00 feet, is being cleared repaired at A. It. Penny's. All work of hams and shoulders. I Intranet; was manager's back was turned the prince of its undergrowth and ira:-- s ecsd sown. warranted. etl'ected by prizing oil' the weatherboard-lug- . told how lie bail gone into the show When finished up by its owners, Messrs. ItKMKMiiRH that all eilverware. watches, Or if you want Mr. Crow has no to the guilty business and become a great actor for Loveli nnd Williams, it will add consid- for Easter don't fail to come and .see pur stock. bought at A. It. I'unny a will rings, Ac, of charge. be engraved freo party. i'JOa week. With sticks run through erable to the appearance of thing?. Jno. his ears, a ling in his nusc ami paint all White's addition business is looking up. A GovKiiNou, Yovk Attkntion. PERSONAL POINTS. over bi face, a lurgu majority of tho-- e A number of buildings have gone up from Crab Orchard vesterday caid yeswho mm the priliee think that they are with several others contemplated and 1!. 0. Foiii), of London, we here Abo Fish, the young man whom Gov. beholding a native African. The boy is Will piobably be built during the sum- or Table Linens or Lace Curtains or Shoes don't fail tp come to the terday. carryJcu Brown conditionally pardoned for Here, where bis mother, mer and fall. In Gentry's addition two Mits. TuitNKK in tin gue- -t "' ing concealed weapons, was arrested and known as "Fat Liz," lived for a long houses are under way and others are to Severance. lined i:t in the Crab Orchard police court time. be commenced at an early date. The Mil, J. A.Coiik.v, of Midway, Is foi drunkenness. old place never had such n move on " on a bueinef viit. In the Coffev House. This the only place to buy the new IRISH CHURCH AFFAIRS. tier before. Lots are being bought and Mji. A. J. Finn, of Mt. Voinon, win LrtK l'lLciis. Mr. J. Harve Collier, POINT LACK. of Lexington, will sold dailv. Iter. K.J. In town Thursday. of Crab Orchard, has a It cent piece that at Mt. Xenia Sunday afternoon Mil. It. II. Cuow, of H.irn?n county, he ha continually carried in his pockut Additional Crab Orchard. for I'O years. Mr. Henry Youmr, of the at ::.'t0 o'clock. was here tliia week. Mrs. Chesnut, of Marctsburg, is Itev. W. 15. nils' subject for the visiting Miib. S. W. Givknp, Jk.Im vlbltini; the I'leacant Point neighborhood, uoes him her daughter, Mrs. Ike Herrin. family of Mr. Alex Denny, in (iarnird. one better by exhibiting a copper cent young people next Sunday night will be Mr. Itobert Martin, of Rowland, visited "Fraternity of Liars." Mif. MAkiiAitCT Mili.kh, of Louisville, that he hs ha I for ", years. friends in Crab Orchard the first ot' the Tiie Presbyterian church at Carn- in visiting her old friends in this coun- manager caught the pu- pbellsville burned Monday, nothing be week. Mr. and Mrs. W. K Perkins are OrubucineM visiting in Iebanon. Mr. John Shaw Miss Hitkk Dickinson, of Glasgow, gilistic fever that seems to be prevailing ing saved but the benches. Xo insurEdmiston, who was married obout two the handsome witter of Mm. W. 15. Kills, here nnd put a head on a negro, who ance. weeks ago to Mi68 Zelner, at .Paducah, iwii intuiting language to him. The l!ev. Von tnuiiii:aii. pastor of the Ih hei guest. Judge Ottenheiiu church, will move to Xasb- - ciime home to attend to business, leavMib Makv I'ukktt, who ban been the provocation was very gniit, but ing Ids wife in Paducah to wait on her gwst of Mi"s Anne Shanks, left fur her Carbon mulcted him 510, because the ville in t few lays'. He will continue to father, who wks very ill. He did not negro was working out a line at the preach at Ottenhcim one Sunday in each home at Shclbyvillc Tuesday. make his marriage known at home until lime. month. Mn. Jamk V. Fox, of Uig Stone Gap, Tupsday. He returned to Paducah WedIn his anniversary sermon .Sunday wan down to attend a dheetory meeting gave his And wc can show as nice an assortment as the people have As obstreperous nvgro, who nesday night. Dr. Tulmage said in the 2.1 years that he of the Cumberland Valley Land Co. name as Charley Dilboii, and his homo Mil. It. G. Hail, came up Irom SomerMiddle)cio, was lined ill) and put to had served the Brooklyn church he had NEW ADVEBTISEUKXI- set to attend tho marring and seo his work with ball and chain nltachmcntf, preached :'.,.!VJ sermons, lectured Oil in Kugliiml, Iielaud ami Scotland, rfck wife, wi.o l not improving much. Wedneiday. He was drunk and disor- times Alice Hoi.mks and Mi piiblislicd VJ books, edited a religious Mas. atderly ami when Policeman Watson ulN l.'Acmcn Holmes who hrtve been visiting Mrs. tempted to Uike him to jail he kicked, paper and uid much other work. There pilcp, mil'U from Manfonl. W. H Miller I70, Fannie Dunn, returned (o Danville, yes- crraed and carried on Wrfully. Mar- have been received into his church in All Styles and Colors of that time h,Xu membeiH and his congreterday. I shal Nowlnnd arrived about that time gation Uimum-villhas paid in for chinch building Miw. Wit.i.txx Wumjiit, to tet the and the negro, not !b down to attend the budide of and religious puipoes iWlS.OOO. of his baton, quietly went to MniBplw Green, HUBBLE. Her little Builcliiijr thealHKo'. lias been quite iek. who Tho Union Sundiivchool bus been In the orf.orate limit o KouUrd. Mn. A. I'. 1'knsx went t IHiisrilli Home-Spun- s. C'oi.. W. O. Hit.MU.KY if here thta week reorganized at the schooldioute and will H I. I1ARST. Rowlind. 16 Wednesday ""d returned lAot night atteihlini: to his extensive law practice be hold each Sunday eve. with hi daughter, Mrs. It. B. Muhoiiy, and taking time to crock jokes with his Bros. Curtis and Hendee, 6tudents 1 1 end Marie, of Columbin, Turin. friends. He is very Hrrene and comfoit-nld- e id the lUnville Si'ininary, will preach al this month is convenKi'mok has it that cie. over the result ol the State ehuivh here Sunday. a tion, which who m victory for him from the n nullified with the things that t will murnieiK in StAnfuril and Dr. Cicero KuImiiKu lias gone to 'rlir ice vttyliimd rixtv inc Itonvillu young man will take unto him-h-- llrst to ImmI. Krery member of the dele- Lexington to spend a few days. He Ki.wland tAll c nt pr due last .f each cent jmt UtHiiinil 4'. mti ouug gation to Minncapoli", ave two, are Brad-Ic- y one of .Stanford" excellent JAMEP. ttUH, has about decided to locate at LancasWnfurd, Ky. follow-biIndies. Guess who it is. men and they will of oouifc ter. advo-atfamily, of Mit. C. 1). I'owki.i. and had. They are all Harrison The people of this community liuxv Snlc-- A Wetehbnrg, arrived Wednesday and ami not ne eould have been made Set a lot of nice trees in the school-hous- e have moved into the home ho purchas- delegate had he not announced this in yard, which will add much to the For m tUng either brandy or whil.v. Tuhs, ull fie ani Wurtiiv fiuod a new. 1'. I. HKKKINU. Tott-oed of William Stone, in the Miller addi- advancelooks and comlort of the place soon." milc wci ol l.aiKaoer. on t.sxlncionpike. f tion. Manford is Hiwnjs proud of mrh Ky. .e Mrtbiur, Our little town seems to be on it DKALKR IN- Wiu. Ht Hkiil'. Dr. J. .S Appleman acquisitions. bhVh uh to av that he will be here boom now as people from all around Miih. A.nmk .Iamls returned home .. "i,.. .iui.. ,i.lv..nis...l. mit-- come in to trade and talk business in the In Cotloy-TiiWednesdny night. She. w lodge here. There, is also one new w ithstanding the action of the city eoun., Has., when the tornado struck it ' hoiibe in town going up on S. M. b.-My lore lit KowUnd m limkt'n intu in the lawyers tell him that the nnd was mighty clad when the time cil. The msht if the Jnlh and Eid t the amount til $ in-DONE. AND in unconstitutional and he "'"' place. tuSoo ttulrn, .ich n Minn; hat. hoe1 p"cl.et cunus for her to leave tho land of cy-D- r.lHernug wan cdled Monday to will give n reward elry a lnies, ranrand t nd conn- - tend to maintain Ida righto. He fcS""All work warranted. Fine Watches a Specialty . .iin ictni and return of clones and grasshopper for (iod's uf $?oo arrei-jj., fie Mrs. Kd Miller, who has been very iid f"r the were tmind in the h.ue graduate of the t college in the Tiil y- bracf, two bit", '. eiich, unn finnrr I will take old ;old or .silver in exchange for goods by the Kecretary iek for come tlnxn, but h thought to be iifntie ratchet xiiilont' firmer chirel, ban a diploma endor-e- d Inch. cburl, one inch, " Mr chape to got out again. Mis. Thi- tiMli aii' nil nld ci pt the biacc. of tin- board of health,' has it iegi CITY AND VICINITY. ISAAC HAMIUDX. i b..r.. nnil I.ydia Ship, of Morristown, Ind , is vie- ;ii. ii... ..nnniv . .. .....iiiitiaviatiiiii. itingat Joe Swope's Nkw link ol Zigler nhoe just leceiv having complied with all the reiiuined at S. H. Shanks'. incuts of the State, he does not intend to MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. be driven a ny bv petty jMlousy, ONLY FOR A Wa.niei. Day bourdenand have The best Chilled Plow made. .Mr. W. J. N'cwcomb bought of DECKER BROTHERS loom for one young man. Mrs. Fliitf. The rcfidcnre of Mr. .lame F. Kiuhard Miuth. two lots in White's ad made of Patent Point. No strain on point-bolt- ; Braced Mold-Hoar' Moore, who li- v- near Shelby City, iii' ,. . Kate Oudderur. union. caimht from the best material. by the sig burned Mondav. The the Mr. Joseph K.uusey was severely Tin: "sliowets" AND A YEAR S SUBSCRIPTION the kitrhen ehiuiiiey and the llames were Injured by a falling tree which he had nal service lasted all day yesterday and TO THE flying high before it was dihioveied. b chopped down. He is now on the road the air u.i chill and unpleasant. the houco was a tire. All the Inmates that to recovery. 'or the best jointed of the content save one bed were burnFisiiiM. Tai ki.k. in A company in being orgaui.ed RkI'KKKNcks: J. H. McAltster, D. 15. Stagg, J. B. McKinney, roK reel- -, ba-- lines, lloats, minnow ed, iui'liiiling ;100, which was in a trunV. Louisville for the manufacture and inWm. Beck, Chas. Dawes, Jeff Hill, Bow en Givens, bVank Ilayden, by suincaiid minnow bucket, go to W. It. A line lie. v buggy in a shed near troduction of the various inventions of A Decker Hro firand fpright Piano. .fC.'ilt.DO Mollis Carrier, John Cash. H. Jones, Jas. Bibb, A. C. Cowan, H. was al" burned. Mr. Moore's aged Meltobeits'. .'ill.UO (iladiator WHtcliand Case . . . the railroad agent at this place. C. Drye, Bowui Cover, Geo. Benedict, etc. For sale by euMped nitehing lire. The mother lurely 2(l.(n) The boys have had considerable I.eiiiaire .'l line l'ield Cteis. . . was relieved Fiiank ltoi r's with no in loss is estimated t l.'l.lill killing robbius in, the cedars just A IIolm.au Parallel llible of IS "gooil fat hens" Tuesday night. pnrance. For the prent Mr. Moore ic port 12.00 nt tuwn, where thev most in retit' A eiiice Parlor Clock. He thinks he know the guilty jmrties living in hi barn, but will commence to north 12.1.110 A lli'h Grade Safety Uicycle. niunberd. Hundreds weiu uliiin. and at the pnM-- r tune will Imvu them build at once 011 the miiiwi iili 25.00 and Uoss Case. We are informed that I'M Mullius is An Klijiii Wabh arretted. nne t on tyring liajuocfc, 200.00 311 N the eireilit eouit the trial of It. li. in iiiiUt lbehnion.l on ii ebare (it for Handy Ton liujrcy TilK Com nil Ajipeals has alHnned the lintel! on thejeharp- of biiniin .1. H.lpiry. lie i the youni: man who lo- -t a 75.00 A Hailway Watch in 14 Karat Case. decision of the Lincoln circuit court in Cm ter's store, octjupied tho time of Tues leirby a IC C. tniiii two yeara siuue. .ON. A bife Scholarship in Watters S. 75.00 The'lVxa xipei make nteiition of the cavs of Johnston llros. .V Co. s S. d.iv nnd WednexUy and resulted in his Commercial College J ' ' Myers, which was that thev had no light 200.00 eiiiitt:il. It is bktdy that the ease the arrival of U. 1. Conn's tine hound, A Six Octave Chanitiioii Or'au 30.00 shipped from tlu plaeo a shoit tituu A Double Karrel Shot (!un to sell him out. for the -- ame oUeiu-ai:aiiM bis father will be dismissed. The second tii.il of since, and speak of the capture of a wild A Silverene Case 7 jewel Watch. . . 10.00 .Sam Waukks, 'lrm:gihl al Somerhet, In bulk ami package. chase. High Arm Improved Sen ing .Machiue.n.i.OO V. T Suunderslfor the murder of Judge boar with them altera of with liabilities of Sl,i and uhm-I3.1.01) Watch, Hos Case, ThoiisaiiiN ol bushels of apples rot. 15 jewel and the slier Hubert win settlor ij70, and A. Wolf, butcher, with liabih-tle- .s ill' oiilered to summon 1(H) men from the Sets; Seed 150.00 in this county last fall for the want A Five 0dae Parlor Orttfii Monday of 58,000, made iiHMguimintf. Goods, Jfoes, Stock for jurors, of picking. Now our people are being A (iladiator Watch, Hiielier Case. . . .HO.00 be examined county to toU. II. Waddle, lwj. Tliis seeniH to be a wnste of liuiotuid la- - supplied with that fruit from tho city A John C. llnel.'r Watch Case. . 40.00 tlo?-!And .S'2 other valuable juemiuins will Grub and Sprouting Hoes, &c. See our guaranteed solid steel Hoe I iia K jubt opened a full line oUpiiiig bor, sinco it is almost certain that there and pay the inercliaiit.. 10 cents per of vearlv lio , to . l...imu1 .....,. ilni'ii iiitt'llicciit men in .m dr uinui. . o. ....... ,,,...mid Hummer millinery, nmbmciug the for 25c. Most anything you want m Shelf Hardware. ie- -. the Y eekly Junmiirer ill . At WiMie, this county, last Friday, The ladies ic earnest- the couuty who have not made themnovel latest Large stock ot Buggy, Wagon, Stock and Riding Whips, bought di. The n a scrap over soiuo dispute, Dr. Sow Kwlote one dollar for si years ly invited to call and examine. A unit! selves incompetent to trx tlieia-erect from factor'. eekly inquirer, anil to tho Maitin Itiown for burning a der iot V. Palmuc twice, both ..hots "notion Wiay, Lancaster st eel. cabin belonging to V. C. Lewis was et taking ell'ect in the head, though the1 l)n. Caui'KStkii is making streiiuous fn next TueMlav, nnd .those of Chailes wounds are not dangerous. 1 he doctor w,mt wjU the llllIlllfor 0f ralwriliew cllorts to have the grand jury indict Dr. Henry for innlicious cutting, James Mid. received several blows over the head . .GO TO. five , t ,tw ,,:, vwl fwm having all their Appleman and othersby dleton and Mob Whitley for perjury and from a stick in the hands of Palmer, j .March 31, '92. Xov r,lt t0 before the (.5 women patients summoned Yes "Col. Baker was here" Irom een (.Jeiitry for murder wero set for p()r KUH0 tcnu ast wintor it was Col. Fish was he"'1 'jojiii, mil the winter beforewns HU.r. grand jury. Their sole ollene mwiis to Monday. 'Die grand juiy leturned 10 London .Sunday. doctor-hav- e a few duys since. W'hilu be in the. fact that the traveling iudictments agiut (L A. Adams for from l'inevi The tiremiiiins are to lie presented cured eases the home physicians selling liquor unlawfully, two against here he saul tne instance, irom ins place j0 those whoso guc.'WS nrc coneet or had not or could not relieve, and that's the negro Jim Cloyd for breaking into to Williamsburg, by dirt road, was 'J7 nearest correct. For lull list see what's the matter with Hannah. Weekly Kiuiuirer, now the largest 12 MisseH Naomi and r.ello Jones' store and miles, but by river it whs 1 10 miles. for 'Mode! The particular of the killing of , nae dollar u year paper in the tinted li:l,mi,1 t,,t' carrying concealed weapons, Mart .Smith Tiik engiim "(l ix cai by a train at Colorado states. .twopabsengercoacliesol the Kentucky for malicious wounding, John Keith Robert Xewcotnb two breach of tho peace and two against Spiing", two weekB since, aro to hand.; ENQUIRER COMPANY, Central, jumped the track about yoterday, badly Georgo Dollius, one for cutting and tho lie bad b'en up to tho next station vis- -' CINCINNATI, O. 'hiile.s from iting the opeialor and was returning to other for asaault and battery. damaging Beveral of the cars. The l vs the his station on a freight train. While In the suit of .Martin AGENTS WANTED. was finally gotten on the track and Southern, for killing stock, walking over thw cars he fell between passengers and all, went Cincinnati Hood Solicitors make from $2.00 to $S.0() the whole crew, evening, for the. them which passed over him, cutting oil it dav during Winter Season. Only Uiomj Seeds wheie a box car was se- the jury found, last to Lancaster, lie lived about willing to work, ladies or gentlemen, nevl The juries were dismissed till oiio hand and a foot. Makes. and used for carrying both pascured lp'y. ENQUIRER COMPANY, Cincinnati, 0, Monday. two hours. sengers and freight. Mobody waf. hurt. next InteriorJournal WHY NOT 'Ja 1 1J- - NEW : SPRING : SUIT NICE SPRING DRESS , 1 'i 1. el-i- e lll"r-sa- ge Laces, Embroideries, Hosiery, Gloves, Towels, M. well-know- In-r- e IsTE"V7" GASH STORE, J. Willi-preac- S. HUGHES. I SPRING CLOTHING ! IS OUR STOCK COMPLETE. rULt .4 Ever Seen in Stanford. r e, For Sale wb-hin- g granil-dHUglile- r, Twenty Lots Cassimeres, Worsteds and Please Examine and Price Them. IC23! ICE 1 ) r- - w-r- H ii-l- - ii-i- f -- s M'ROBERTS & HIGGINS. es For Distillery, to-i- - ROBT. FENZEL -- -- 1 S500 REWARD. I WATCHES, CLOCKS & JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY PROMPTLY t Spoon-ordinanc- e -- 1 j b.-H- l - j - ! - . - . - - -- d 91.00 The Vulcan Chilled Plow, d, 7h , i. ! I GRAND PIANO I I WEEKLY ENQUIRER J fas Latest Improvements. Satisfaction guaranteed, I. s j m a4- - huti-hotio- e A. ?-,0- ' V - "WE ARE RIGHT IN IT" Potatoes, Onion ' 1 tive-lioui- s' GABDKN SKJKaiS Italics, Spading of Steel Shovels, Picks, Mattocks, Forks, to-da- y, u-- Northern Brand New jV; : A- - . .. nror-ente- I --i d .. ; MilM-riber- s - tit-H- 11 hub-trials- 1 , - - GUESS k McIZXlTlTSra' BEOS. j I WAIIII tjr(cer" J'i ') 1 :x ' N. Y. Seed Potatoes, Red and White en-gin- u Kin-sel- Onion Sets, Landreth's and Ferry's Garden and Packages; also Hoes and in Bulk .. V y " 'r .5. , ." i - j - -J -- V .V f w Semi-Week- ly Is Interior Jouknal KY. SrEED. Combined Stallion Stvle Lexington Denmark, ers' Best" farm, near Shelby City. Ky., at Will make the n fc'TANFOKD, April Ed. Barlow 2375. MAPLE Staudsrd Rule - : SHADE : STOCK Ilnsr, OanMl!- -, Ky. : FARM, Dorsey a buy. full celled ill : Golddust. ItXCtf. Standard No. S, 1S'J2 of 1SP2 at "Travel- vt ft CHIMES 6818. dam Kate Mei;nger. by Messenger. EMBREK, "d dam by Davy Crockett, Jr., ;& dam by Soy f Atcvftae tey, br George Willra a n Dam Sllerl nk, dam 01 Stlvereae ia J'' for h"re colt, is t mure Time, lie t Hie f.Maiaa!ite Vilke and Maiunnt lSt.hrn cra He pradaced ! lied Fox 19.1 i a line individual ami a Hums wick, son of Sumpter; ith dam by At$ fora marcaadmonths aold 4 and is trie vaaaesM prodaciRK sire tint es, r stsi li. this part of the otate Davis' Ilamb'etonian. rod hnre with a pedigree. 4 years old lsst Smith's Alniont bv Ahnnn !l!l. ire of U Joe i ahijh. jack bona ard hcasv Octolxr, arx,ut Ii- hands ATOKA 11942. We will alo stand .at ann place the WcMiuont 3 Wl Vitherpoon uroNen himself tu be a itih1 breeder. body and has raiinv Mack jack, .SMITH, at $s Money due on nil seasons when oMts are fsur Full brother taS4o? jo1, an Rita It o4trii' Son of Ahialrah Mambnai ihe a t roller. to injure. wostld hkr 10 aieed )out Blackwood- 74. by Xorman 'J."i, she of months old Mares traded or rrmosed Irom th trotters and produein; dams, He isa inosie. stallsoaas iTell .oiHiiy T.iiini, insursnue aiiu evamine my mures on the shares .Mare kept tin j:rns at ieuonable Lulu ' 14 J, May QuYen L"J0, &e. Dam slock beftrc lUnc sour sclertion Fur particaUrs, addrtis v llh t'iliprs V..V IAUI.CONKR, DaovUle. Ky rates. Not reponible for accident or by Mnnibrino Cldof. C M.SPOOS'AMORF. 4 Le.vlnmon Denmark is claimed to lie ecaipO. one ofthe handsoniC't and hum T. L. & J. S. BAUGHMAK. j fill horses in Kentucky. He is Danville, Ky. S lil v bred in saddle and tiottimr lines j:rand saddle horse, a line suited trotter, "1"'?, iaaalaBa. and j:oe the unit naturally. He ha, , shown a '2 o0 gait, both racking and trot-j He'jm-- j tin jr. without any preparation. of Middle, from thehihet da auate. Will nake,thc cu?oii of I Mil' at my and picmium lior.c. in Kentucky on his LinSpxicc liclf)HKs miles from Milledueville. siiv'. side and his dam iepreent some of coln county, on the Stanford and the. best trotting families in the whole 'sH'&assssssssssKsssllBa'W pike, at countrv. Thi combination produces the W C2fi V aaBBisssssssssssssBV-bo-- t combined !iore in the world and $12.50 to Insure a Living Colt. those which command the bct price in all Kastern markets. Any one will have Admit- is a beautiful dark bay with to ee him to appreciate his grcatne. This celelrae sat'd e sta'.iu wi'l ma.e t'i black flints lo bauds inches high, foalI will also stand 'J splendid young jac.es, season ef atte rair (..rc.nh, ed Aujiu-- t, 1SSS, and i a ?nuul saddle Proprietor of Lincoln Stock Rum tin Home ot hore. Thoe who want to breed to a Imported Hi&algo and Braganza. aio liandonie Kentucky saddle At $20 to Insure a Living Colt. Five years old, black with white point. invited to look mine over and see his acKentucky Siuirtel Description and Pedigree I.'ij hand high and "jim dandies.' a Tkx tion and tyle. is a beautiful brown, i.O, bands Injh and 3 ears Ho was sued by the irrand show horc, Diii.i.aiis to inuiv a living colt, due Oct. old this Spnnj. tin stvle, ;att and nclion are uneiiualled by an s.idillr stallion in ICentuck), Second Jewel, lie by Cunningham'.- - Jew- 1, It!)'?, or when mare is parted with. basin; ts.keti more premiums than any Lexington Denmark' fee will be due the State ace, coridcrtd. Kentuck) horse in el, he by V:ihin:;ton Denmnrk. Stuiml n when colt i foaled or mare is parted with. uv was sired by the celebrated Red S.iiiirrrl. the lot Ill 1111 tiam, .Minnie, ' per month, at owners' show stalliun Kentucky eser pnxmccd, he b Mare kept at llalcoin. Kentucky barrel's 1st Second dam by Wells' (riiadcr, hi rik. I solicit a cke inspection of niv lltack Squirrel dam by Todbuiiter's Greydam by Black llinl, id Kale I. S. TBVIS, tliuii unknown, but thought to be an stock. lUack llinl by Phillip's Hlack HaUorn, by General lirt . I!lai.k Rird's it! dam bv Calk's Halrum. S Shelby City, Ky. Oliver. byVcttr' llalcorn, by Virjlnlsii, thoroiiKbbted Ma rut kept on jrn or fed at teaoii-abl- e M.ircs frem a distant e ktbt on coed grass for acciprice-- , but not per month, but no reponsibi!itv for acciJrnts or escapes JASON VALKEK 3 mv dent should anv occur. : F.SAXDIDUK. Milli'dsjeville. Kv. The Magnificently lired Saddle Stallion , At Sio to Insure. -- Stred oy uistenar tofi. First dam Wobum Maid, bv Wobiirr m (the dm of Cirser tafy d dim by a Mambriho nors, (u .lain or ..motorinc, aiesenjjer. Castellar t. a uv Vo uatecr tj, sire of St. Jullen He I. a blood bay, 7l hand high, left Nodine Hammond, tt'i. Pic; nt dam hind foot white, heavy mane ami tail. sonof Potter's Clay: Missdam Wells byStar, dam of . .... . .. n r ad . foaled May, issx. 3 1. j 1 , Djr American Artillery iMeijr Star 14; id dim by llcitrand.' Sired by Saddlewood. Woburn u by riltnb'etonUn to; Ntd.mMli 1st dam bv Smith'. Alimuit, sire of KaCooler by Telegraph Jai, id dam the dam of Go Slreaml srrandsincf th j.tolnlj (;eneiaS j t .',, lettlr Junes l i)' Wawos i ij' tie Unwind ' 10 1. Coolev bv Friday By Voting Jackson, lie bv Stonewall i'4, eu. lly Almoi.t jt Dam Lyd. dam Ti.f Ladj Mai4ic Kd ilirfow will stiud (he won nf tS)t at my toas 15. irlni JV. I'd dam by Lord Wellington. .Iue)on, Ji. 1st iliiin liy I)ick Morgan; stable itt milrt Snddlewood. a grand saddle horse, wn Otic and Diy trom .Stanford on the New White '2d dam liv Kpolcm, Jr.; .'Id dam Hello by Wildwood. Rivr turnnike, near DtJerr' 1st dam by Star Denmark, Mill, at n bv Mu.ciiKer Chief. Jr. Thi lino d dam bv the winner of 100 premium,: -will iiinkc the muimmi of 1N at onr an imp. saddle stallion; ') dam by Vecch's a Colt 4 Months old S10 to stable on the S. (). iSaiurliiiiun place, oi Hambletonian. ,h' V ;t.a .",. et, Mr t mi in the ir of sinol , 0S1 , Palo on the new Lancasl Alamie Ciam.l Don Moiilsitl! j .', unJ .Wm.or J x.' sir, of Kowaaa, the I will aUo stand at the tame tim and (dace my mile from Danville was uv i.iackwoml il. Wllilwooil in tisr world yon jack, ter pike pike. Black stallion. i1l-- f hands hi ;h, fnskd in r3 3 ntV bred by A. laoliurtutu.oranze somite. -- . ... .ur Onethirdofaralle irom Court lutd (tnbldnxi Tlii- - vntiii!: roiuUtor 111 W. P. WALTON, $15 to Insure a Living; Colt. E. P. FAUJLCONEtt. .tlc. hands, speedy and uncx action, tlni-l- 1'oalcil In April. i' slallinn i an in 1SS7 tlisoi-llottCo-limi- ia . iind RED FOX 195. '.. ABDAX.X.A.K in OTiKMBHUSTO 3715, tal-lfo- Insure .S. 10it,. a:il, sire of Blackwood, Jr. , i .,2; lt Jr.: )t4t JOE SIIYEK MO flimSi-ycar-o- hl - I et Full brother to Rtelle, trial 1' Ml. trial 2 l and Montrose, th speedy and premium colt of 'vs. Sited hy .iletinili (oUIilut tici i.y Ctsarlec Oiihldiist I'd), by Vi'tniont Morgan i. Clost jj er rthtcd to .Maud S. 01 and John- - n L'Ofl than any other stallion; the lirst year old MHllinii ti trot in public as f.w n 1' 2.'j. din- of Ciifiette. dam of li Iind W'llke (I lit mure nf I lie at., lis. Wilkes family, rectsl 2 MJ. Wliirlwii.d VMrilair 2 2d Fannie (Miltldiist 2 2."1. Ilel!e2 Dam Florencf. dam id lideile 2 22',, l Onlden Miug t'liief, on of (iafT- - t'iint Motsnn. Msmbri Over W of the 2 W perform"! n a triir infusion of Uoldlist ami blood. Doiey (blildut will make the present caoii at my place 21 utile mho sir o Stanford on the HiiJtonville pike. 1? fa-u- -t 2- -'; Moi-khi- i n- At $1G to Insure a Living Colt. M are kept on leaMinable terms. oiml attention jtlveii. but nut for necideuts. at the aiue lime and plmv s ill n.ako tliesen..ii with iti vf i llubblr' brwl juiiiitr Jack 1,,-v- S: Kentucky Squirr el. Ir iLIDOiTIS. 1 J V, l.t j.- ' pvv 1 This to JAMES P. CROW, SUMAC AND OTHER GOOD ONES. i 1 ; ble bieedei. Sired by .loe Ilhirkbuni. 11 lam lb. lis- William by Koenl Mamiiudli; 2il dati) KrsM' Kmbr, by MVuiewall .lack uu, be b Ji.lni lUim'lininn'. bis dam by .1 i lit I'orter. ;hl ilmu lillt n ItlMl,,-- , hy lllythe'ft llauiiilwl, be bv Ciimproiiu'v , lilidainii iim black jennet sold bv I r Hennet, uf MhiIi..ii ruimt,. m i,.vi llud - httniN IiIkIi Hneb-nstb- . year, old; ha pisiveu 1 lie's bUik ROSOOE, thle wild Iwnu- - iiH.. full ntul f -, hlin-el- a lino tnly, tBELMONT CHIEF mm FARM, At $10 for a Living- Colt. - ix "i. ben will be l eta mil mi all J. .. r. ui:ii). Mam. i.' i" I Tas-lor- ERRICSSON, JR. Swi-n- at' l-- Silver : Tip 169. male the e.ton of tSoi at our stables 1 SDSPyiDIEIR. make the present seuoti at et of Stanford, on the Hustons tile pike, At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. Will ratio EAGLE at -- : BIRD,: j This well-bre- 4 yeartdil Mnrehr.d, at Description and Pediaree. Silver Tip is a red Will uake the prc bas with tine tilnh and tail, 151 hands liih, hiud tile )( bis llllliri, ankles is a stallion will Kails tosvhite, and and model saddle horse, has the lord, on llu Pill ill, is a sreat knee actor perfection m farm, at Sired by the great Silser Kin by On Time, son price ot eaon at the ta- mile wet Hi klllllt filv PIKI, il Hit; low BELLEVUE . -:- - STOCK -:- - S8 TO INSURE. i v . , i bV . r& KrrkM.n. ss it li a teeord a ti ..Id ' of 2:UJ. ami half bmlhei to Kric, Willi n suIUmi rate rrrurd, and twty-sSu- r odsars (Sireof McKumev stiU, chaespioii ) ear-ol- d reejinl of '.It! n :, .y.,r.idd. i.ld lure III KelltlllKJ. if Son of f!eor;e Wilkes j it and tlie fausONs Alma Maler, dam nf Akysine ; with in list) Akan. liolaert IJonnrr for the sum of SI0.(H)at , Aliueter a iiM , Ahcia t ss- Alosatcr, rvbtt trial a aj;-- AUiae psssv He wa irod by the great Kiui; l'Jile, tara 13 (10 in I. t Arbsler e of Hie uiai axe. If r.itnli'l -- hii iis trial 1 13. (the winner of forty blue ties). Alma .Mater is the only mare lliloi or dead W Its ptssdiioed three mssss ttsat haw each sired a horse liria in Kmttirky.Ili coll- - arc iiiiii-unl- lt -', 1st dam by :?tar I'ale (be.t son of Cab-bell- 's with a reswrd of a n or letter. kind, -- ood s,i,. nmi n,i,r, ujtb ii,.nt .'r Lexington). . Will bj SeatlNel aft. Mieof Von Arrsvan t i('r Visawtiere 1 si', tyle and tint- iaos,.nie-t1st dam (ltd 'ie I'd dam by Hamlet Denmark. and ; Ihetshs a sss and better atnl dibit f Cyjnt a ai. Ihe choii at mv stable, Vi mil- t- fnnu dam ut IJiurtersaasier s ai'i, the sir 'M dam by Ilnrii' mui of Qaasierasaler of 6 in Ust Causal iu'f.tt-(Juarte- r lliedonville. Uitiotn tiMHiiv, of Manic v i',. Nyaaaafal a Kv.i.ntltf. rsr W'alsMi a ai4. tal C t JsH, Ac. Miller's Deninark. SlnUh I3I 1 ';, I. elms Iliili.iiville and l.iherl.r turnpike road, at a ryn Lessee III 7 abl4, illuu Hells 1 Kim; Hatilo ;a the winner of more than 1. III pienduiu and wa tievei beaten in the 1d1m.Mu.1c by lUiwturft 77.'tie( dauss f ustlrasait'r il,(sste $12. DO to Insure a IMare in Foal. iiitMlel rinir by hore. mure or xcldintr. I in lisii CocaiiNa a ajVi. iluiu of Caicarslla a 13',, Kiiij Wilksi Kin J WieVe . a .sr ol I'i'-'-ti. Minnie WHs.s a ij, At 1 Uliier K f.lreofOhser K. a i!,.MinICin wa siietl by Itlimk 12ale, the Will also tnntt lliv VistiliK J.M'K, ! a 17 &C. nie Wilkes dam 1 (the (auanlsmanis sire of Hlack Sijulirel. arab bruvn hDre, H hands hiKh. ed'fiiie styU and conformation aad froai hi. rtrh the noted jack, .b Ai llis.x. i.'ii.in Ibii dam of .Maik Denmark and Monte Chri- - inherltarceofiiKKluotnc hbsod should prose a irieat HwL Isurs Too of bis "tdest csdss, 1. All ItiMiniuic. llninblc-tonia- n. to) by Hlack William. now 1 )earsold, trottesl ijuartsrs as yearlings in 7' ; and xeonds. nidsrsMn's fall Wrotbi-i- , olds put in list last tcar olds, two t yearIriuj ami iwu year dds ulbtr hi rieyear llr the iMscsrds he ur iVfsiui- - buiKlintr t cither and timliV.v fcdar hagle wa j:ot oy laiiliell icu.lir peed early, as no lirtfiliiiK the nmte eser aniacrsd hlia in is the greatest stallion that eser lised in dam b Cariaul Chief. this icaipect l.uatd.iiian has the same breeding, it naturally a last horse, of ei)iiall) as lend inditid-ua- l the dm- B. S. POWBl.L -. WKMIA.M, W. S. .Mare will befuruihed taafter May dam Polly Ste sens. . hy Mambrino Chief .ild he not sifeas ma li spis-- ' rik. charattenstu. and whs-sMot eland, Ky LANCET 7871 is brown, with right front heel ltat S'J per mouth. Caie will 1m taken to aim leu niuu pattern unite. :iuu was loaieu .iay puvent accident, but will, not be repon-i- b M.'irc AVitli aj, i8ft. iicis handsome and stylish, high e houd any orcur. (JliO. :iS(W. ptu.it imicular poner. His Itys and Abo tit the hiiu' time and place I will feet are cood. Hlssin. Pretender, is scry fast. t has shown quarters in 35 seconds. three trot- tand sT.VMi.kMU MAMBRIMC STARTLE Pretender is by Dictator, who sired IIV MAMIIkINO Dl Dl LV i,'ter whose as erage .peed is greater than any Mr! Crovie .'( - ii... ., sirs .l.rlUna t ,. tf, e...t. tf In. .11 . ... and others..in , and belter and dais of la,ol St sltn three sired by other stallions. His dam is a wefl . i ,.. , V'.:... v., ii.ii.. full brother to Majolica a is and Miss bred daughter of Latiteviood .1 son of Hambleto.1 Trial s iiim... and t in At ?(' for h(iit mule and JS formate mule (,.(, a M,. Ja- iHlirrs See s a n ,ndNultnod mm w IhIUon; foaleil !h . I; IS) hands lmcr . iS.v. , sire of 9 ill Hay, foaled bs Pilot, Ir i and s'nni Ma ad dam Majolica 2 Ke nian hlstb. colt , with ;r In list I ikin . i ;, Matnl'f.ni. l.ilt a f, and i , others In ihe list The t sIKL ot Will make the season nf iSoaatmy stalde in vrestct brrxitl marr a re that evir ;icil Sinid byDlotutop 113. B. P. WOODS. 15 Mambriiio Maid Stanford at Mainl.rinu I'Ur is a hamlsnme cbe.tnst tallion of fine in. lis 1J11 .bis and at the vcr, low fr,i.,i ..J 1i Siie of Colbnwood S.I0. 'lmln . :j Stanford! u is:tied to mert th- iltmatiu' id a latye c kiss of hreeder. wlw sic o'ltsilline (' pay lnjh piui-- I in 1 SO Doiu Pedro (yeuis U llh thi $10 the Season or $15 to Insure. reat Pibl, Ir M.nilirino Clark shnuld not only aire !irictor '. 17 and T other in thei'.Ji Chirf Kiiod blood MyraStartlw ..JsK -- iif of well priilm trotter, $25 I" Insure a mare with foal lit. and Kntnd LMHI. .HTu s asv's Yeterl5oy.r. Call In and see a hue mdiwJual with nn escel- - 2:15. 2:15. N II - Nuts rcM'lireu attune ut urucr, lusainl sloiill mare not prose in lunl Mare kept al rea Hauls. (r.. laoclslmrl '. Direetand 9M Lord Palm 1;, pedigree. inal le rate, but tut rtsonsililc forairnlents Captain Lee t 30 inlhel' :t01i.t. DltTAiniiby llauibl.ini,-nti- i I. M. BRUCE. D. M. BOVMAN, JR., Burorin, Ky. i. -.. 1 vX Corinnr i years uire of l.lwlioniir. iimrt,v iVilkc. Stanford, K 6 7 Kred .public trinl! lVler, etc. I ilmu (Jlarn. idaiti nf Debtor SIRKl)UYSTARTLKj. Koalod 8I?. Staiidan ami K gistend J IT;. Alma ami Vlori .'ill', b Sire of Majolica a 15 Wilkes.--SCREAME- E iuericHii Star II .im ..r (he dam .. S.MIKI) UV MAMItR ISO STAR ILL ...; st dam Je-i- e Kirk 2 3fs 'dam of Majolica 2 13 : and Miss Majolica a a4'af by CUr Chief, sire ot (iuy2.. KoIkti MiOu'jrsir'J.irf tie i ad dam Old Lady, dam id Little Si 1. ..lard Sireof Maui'iriun Maid I4! 17',. Collinuuod , I dam Croxie j iv Mice, .by Abiwu-- i ::;t, j.;;. Charley rnel a i6tf, Ada !. 1 44 Hy S eiser !., y , v(4 'this fine saddle stallion will make t'.ie eson of a ab'i, Cotuioe Miss n by Aluhilhih l.'i i.'i'e n't "of McCoriiuukk on haif mile track. In I ini It! ood Lay :.. i. Don Pedro 3); 17 lis id. bitfh. , l.lac Capt. Walker a 17'n, sir ot the dam of Harry 189 at our stable one mile west 'I'll. lillt trill,; tnlilie lalli.. Mill a j!, y dam by Parish's Pilot, sun of chuich. Vilkes a 13'tirstdair ly Lj'le Wilkes 44$, sire of llell ii;il J II imi tainl Ihe eaoii of "'.i,J at iii ay, Danville Wilk.s i jj, Chies a ao);, Konunt Pilot, the s"ire ol Pilot, J r 41b dam hy Ilrwrj Pi- lalile four Istlmont, .irt of Nut likes, Inal j yti. Lulu SIKKU l:V I'KtiXKV Inal l'l, Mieol (lam ol Kuwlmd . !,. 3111 Uatn nv At $10 to Insure a Living1 Colt 4 lii, Maine Wilkis atiuorje Wilke, mile K.tt of Miiltfoltl, nil the utility roml vrsiHl!J:.S,Hiiibv. Mamslro of Har011 half mile track, by Cadet, sun il llerlrand hading flout l!osl,md. iind will be ry Wilkes a 11V4, liny Wilkes sis',. U tlsnti a 16'., ubl. f. by Kysdyk' Hambletobrino Chief II. out i i . Starle jn. record Sir of KlniitMska is. Marr I. till weaning time: cull standing ool until II So bo 1 17',. J Rithardsoi 2 17X. Ilaruii to l"i unite nian. 1st dam Liie Walker, by Sly' Aiucnmoney is paid, mare parted will forfeits dHiijthter of Pilot, .lr Nelln- - O Neil i aV .i a Wilkes a li, Roa Wili.es a iv, Wilton an,, trial it, can Star: ad dam by HUckliird, son nf Kiiebuck money lii. uf thdamor M m.l tlin sire 01 M.ijuln.a J ,, iiviui i Joe llurker a 1141 Tom Kofcni 1 10 and no others : Startles is He is a dark bur, and Pedigree du.i Hliaa Jane, dam nf Maud Mensenger At $8 tO InSUI'O a LiVinCf Colt. (-J ,.. a Jg)4, .M16 .ii.iioiicu j a4'j. v.iark- .hici a, oy iy:, baud biuh, sery heavy maneaud tail, game from 1 13' to a 0 His uns hate sirtsl SS from J I6V, Merit a 17. oe llcntle Itieeas jso, stri'ol Al -'nt Nora, hy Pay iipheaded and tarries himself very Kracelully and a to a jo and daughters ure the dam-- , ol y from Pearl Medium iwand dams MaudMeseaesr MaiiihrinoCbicl, it ilan Little X) in Use '..:MI list 'K'H Uecriiti.iii mid I'edijcret: He I dam Mrs. Caudle, daa of KritS-to- n In fact his rider sajs h standi, without a peer in a iA to i f'J Ssx.ond dam by Helm's orkshi'e and Pearl at; ad dum Kitty Kivtrs, dam i.t Messcneerj id 2llllHI.. ..by iS'isrimtii b Imp. Vixkshire, and five Ceutral Kentucky to day ai a saddler. NotwithireOf Ihe dam of Ashland. llerlie llirl a 17, be aMrsander's AbdalLib 11, sue beautiful umliogiiiiy Ihiv, lilni-of .u-- t 1 3014. Clark Cmcf sired Cnme a 191 lllMIIti HWl If. .May (Jiiccti ",'o. others ot a ;onr better performers. Hi Unuchtc r standing hi bring handled only three uceics, Chid, ire of HUck Closul a 17, lllue Cloud a i7, ol Goldsmith Maid a i, Almont and llelmoiit, sue tail. 1 ywipi old l.'ih tif May, Ml hand Majolica a is. Wiluia when he went lame and was turned out, he would Ashland Kate 2 a ,V4 a nj4. Mnnibrino Startle full bro- of N ul wind a il' , m no in turn sired Manvltc, pnidiiccd VhalUs of Mi (Imiiss. of .N'orii ther to Majolica a 15 and Miss MKjolb..-- . (sukl tor dam of Ariou 1 year old a i..' and sold for Si,-00- 0 hixh and weigh 1,'JtH) niumls. roiiiNiaml aiAKandiy othrs in te a .m bi. Nine ul defy all competition 174. I'hiiuv li'oliin.uii $i,,ovi' by Startle jia trial 1 1' , sdtl fur ..j,ihi have sired v t 30 perlirmir nr better, dipt yniiii.'trfersl in He was sired by Sei ond Jewel, Iip famous preKtsl Jarkel, sire of the dam of iiiK 111 apjieaiHiire ami iddimbv Walker a r;1, Jry Tecutnscfa: dan by Krirrklship. mium horse, he by Cunningham's Jewel, he by llrst ilam Jesie Kirs, nam 01 .sjapiua, iccunl Kentucky ftUi. Xoiinun Mediiin, likes a aik, ami the ssl lUsn il Kcl , fiiriu. by the bile Mlfil aoVi, Capt. NValker a jj4 rtl ,dam ol Harry Wllkts Washington Denmark, ist dam Llllie, aired by a is. Miss Majolica, trial sai, lldridge ). etc.). Kall.n Wiikt'S a yttarihl a il a art Mrs-llorbv 'vilkn. s uX, Chrrley t rlel t Ifci... Gen. Garfield a ai. Stnnewall Jackson. another premium horse, he by We.iihei.ler ( ) a a, and dam uf abovo, by I lark T"llT, dalll 1.. v:. III illl. 111 f..; M ,.l ilasa of Mnasbrsi... . it; Ut damSliKiim Kmc Washington Denmark--, he bv l.Uck Denmark, etc. Chief lo, sire of six in a 30 and the dams of eleven sold a $,oo alo sir. be Gtorije W'Uke The Item? isV, Little Miss a JtK, Ashland Jeieailier. Wit- - too welbUUOWU 111 i.inCiillI Maid ij',, Peiosky j( ,1, $ Saecoad dam Old Ladv dam cl 2 mine, by Magnum 2d dam by l'liiu.oe, he by Imp. (ileticoe, and so Irom a 13'., to a )i mre of Harry Wilkes I t., 214 i.inl unv ''j,',V aCapt. Wilkf aj an'i. Wiiluim I... Ked Wilkes.aad (n.v nuiiiiv Inbred tu thifnrlln.r in.iniinii Imn, SEVKXTV-HVAc. 1.1 DOLLARS to insure in foal in id dam bv Tun Hal. nut of a Copperbottom. I harley Kriel a ifc1,, Llllie Mi Matt dam nf Harry Wilkes horo, if traded or i.tl, I 00k for a moment and ohetve the crosses of Walker, sire of tb ol Nellie Kan .. YoiiincTivymmi I bird dumb) Parish Pilot, .ire dam Fanny, damIim Jacks O'NeilaaaV, Iron's rellloveil llolll tile IIOIL'lllH.I IiihmI wltliullt ". dam, in,,),., ,v by this hi.rsi, and ..ii will ee (hit he is backM up and rise others. luckson J as'.'. sal. Coc.ur tie Leon (llcvi' Pilut. Cadmus iclosely related to .Nelsii a Ac. of Line Jrnes a o Fourth dam b Urns. A bv Ihe Lest train, of saddle stock in the land iot sire ol P mi llinl thev ale lint III foul, I dam. Mitifir j Lyle .Ikes by l,8r;e .. kiok at him will be si tti lent and a liberal patron- - r fib dam by Cadet 81 1 ). .Old 'l' limn iiiiiii, !, UHf. uka.,.,.i flfe sire ef sahantas w aKi rr rd sir's, also S'awdslie of r Mli '.. 1" V.'ilkea a a. ad dam Polly hy Cadmus, son ol '.""' ',' ' 'J """' s is', nizei verv kuidis solicited tin eed i ' three ii. ' so and the ilams of aa in t to .slates keit any w .t en liberal term but not 'J r; .rd 1 iy Timed in ra. e 1 ' American F l.pw. sireot Can", sire ol the d:u i,f AIo ludil M lien oil the coll lllltll till! Milt.Koiw.b Diituoi: will uinke the seiivm i uu.i i'.iiii l. aiamoriuo uniti, sue uioib? in Mild any occur i Illuck, bwled 1U7. iSU and Mambrino I'jtctitn, sir Ladv rr)ionif,it for I. ii!ent, s'i tmiil h 111 iiiiini Mule kept on ifrns- - if IHtej mi I I .1 j ' uainMis Caitdbs dam ol Kmssmhi a iov, sire ol f oir ..... Thsrne '.ij." W.I! .. . . . s, llll..H i. .:.. .1 a ui .ur I. M I AKTLK, fit uii.w Is V (.AMUKrTA WILKLS a (., Ihe! ina in, "starlr.' ai)ii, by HumlilrKini.inoy to, ire of 4 sf mt telluni11, .Vc. id ". h Brown's llellfoutid-e- r, at il per month, at owner' rik. a A daw iie of it in a 10 list irsi uain American in a loauil umnioi '.. of the ad dam ol llelmoiit 04 ami the ,d ' JAMES II PHPPLES. JR . a ilams of 4;. Sec-- I I.it.sire Wilkes Hoy 1 m'i, s" of Coastantiue dam Maud, by GariarsI Chief, GataboHiiii's htar 1 ire of 4 in . jo and (if T Stanfoid K ond flam by Lilack llinl sire i4 Ikiail Uuke a ri', and dims i Dim Piarru iost, sold for $17,000 at public auction. My lineHiie stallion bv OnTiuio mid . .. .. y a.. ...Mil. itiw 9i S Mssbike J ao'4 ad lirciuo t UV4HIIIIII na,., i. .sic rswiiisiv a I wish to remind ot Ihe fact that lb ifsni Nellie, by Sun of Hilly (hare t ij. by Cor-- j mil id a Stonewall J.tikM.n inaii'uill also aiiu r 11.. - .l. ........ ... . ...L. 'I.ncy ell hands high. iar mp .... iu . mini i. 1 wnne..1 st. .11 , , 11 Keislered I 1 iiiiiiv liincxi.vtc., u. Clinic . ., beau, id iUbi by Helm s totkOiire, thnroiigb- - I .m. ft ll.c. IOkt L01ntr,Mnj ,le hicbe.l Mud lees and , make the ami commai, 11..KIH a,j ear.m ..i aui,. t,,m j,h,i ratio well musclesl and one ol the gladdest hoistss Tin- - Premium Young Saddle Matlion. By Second Jewel 4U. ,,llf ixine, rid. Astell brccil on Saleofsome FIrTV DOLLARS tolnsnre in Ami (eos without boot or v ishts; Jioc.ooo, Luo.ps $V..ooo, WlUes as follow v Punie old Slonewall Jacksan f ,im by a man ever drovn , . . Acolyte $40,0611, At $10 to Insure a Liviug; Colt. j.-- Tr. A hnstinttesl quiirturs in 41; was driven tihoui thrie Wifttw (neldliaa; We v . pay a praoMum of fjoo In the owner of Tins luncy saddle aullioM will make the, su.ison Coii.tintit $a;,o, I Y . 1 RX. y all be any of hiCsIU;otlli ilua wliirh i.btain a reieid nf of iSoa at our stable ', mile from Millodsesille, weckslast tall by Mr. Joe Bryan, who Barnbarl ts,ioo, Ralph Wilkes v.oco and cth- needs Is haudliuc: to make a trotter suie lliini; crs for $n 000 and upward tun uiimrrniis to men (our iiettcr, pronueu mere is nocnahee ra ruu-i- l Lincoln county, Ky , on the Slanfurd and rcsUiiat mi iindsec own the burse when record pike. Ovvin,-- to the scarcity of money, soiuu and srothy, Mr. Bryan adcised me not In tion. Ked Wilkes, Allertrm, Guy Wilkes and As sv.u .....1., .1... efasoil ol l,s.p Ill lllr In bis lellcomman.lstudri-cs..- t is msde lie u limited to ju approt ed nuares. have him handled iiiitil fully matured svt will stand him at ii,riooe.iih .ii.dtiLMso.1 thvre are ten prudu. inii sire, and sis roanv more staiKial near $sik peilis'c-laoli- III Lancaster, Ky., ami Will In- - per I willaUo naincH Thi- - line draft stallion prcalxinij; dams, two el them beinu in the j, ie.U few Wilkes nf the tl.nU i which show milted to serve lllire will muki- tina Living SIS lispedigree contains all the bow ibey GENERAL BOYLE bruid mare li't on Monbars a year old record s preeiu season at my farm nt twice to Itarablelo. fashionable htood. He tra.-e16U, IVioon veur. ild record aa.Vj, sold lor A Monev due vlu-- colt comes or marc i parti'd iii.u. 10, twice 10 MumbriHC Cbb'f 11, nure tu li) t0 l"SUre ti T itin rr OOit. Tout 1 ij at J y PWe.i h.iuipion At $io,ooonti,uWtcii.tin, athadon, .Nlares craed or fed nt reasonable prices. twice SIO a Living SlRKD BV t.AMllKTlaV WHikWS a a, the Not responsible lor any accidents should any oc- American Star of paring to ILirrv Clav 8, with a yearlinK stallion, reconl a t On both sire and and tli"r.it;hirc.l blood ikon's side llrceae Wilkes s.ton; Infiisinn fefated to the follow. Kircuf 17 in 2 vlut. I.IKV Itl'.'l IIM.I), cur. lie is bred like Mambrino M.nd 1174, old for ine noted horses Simnl ais lie ha proven hiuiself apleiitlid bleeder ,,, hailib lllllll. II Palo Alto a iiltj ll.uy Gilt KiIkh m a Itdam Sil's. Hv Al-- n liy ILimbleuiaian in .d and tail, i baudsbeautiful led sorrel, foaled mane to 000. U'lmr bv the same sire and their dams bv MaudS issg4. Nancy Hank. Jno; Allerioii aouC, l,( "'"'.V '" beaullflll inches bicb. was Sejit sons ol Ueoipe Wilkes. He has twg colts billed 'j31 Silence, d ill! "' l'n tnr 'Ti'-- j Ibirden a i I also have Jay b'yeVce J 10, Ariona iolj. Direct bav, Nelv veiirw old. ban UiltijUtflieUt s Abdallah 4 . sirn .if tjoldiiuiih 0, i lib., and is a perfect saddle horse Hy Alexander 10 dale, both bays, late and fine, uml is an estra Jilt Kde was showed as a i ear old and took sure foal gttter ,A.".,C" "Jed Vilke, uml action and biu'h stvle at both end. Slab! 14. 3'l dam Wiatdbine, dim ot Vde-ssiK'- d I'.very mare he served last year, J0"' &"l V'lk." likes, and made ..'.,....11 II) the sweepstake premium .it Kirkssille and IJ.ui-silI think, safe in I lg und Wo.Klfur.1 Mainbrnio aaij foal. He Guy with one ev eptiou, CAHUi tan . !..,... Ih.. l,n.H.. f.l.in... l' WllS a fll llV MllllCW I JllClsOII. J I sats.111. and in bis own rini; at Harrodsburs. Those will mske the seasonl, ifc.-- at my l.il)t,- - at Woodford, sire ol II edu.n of l!risi...b 1 jt"t. of bv .Soiieall .lai'Koll, he hv and you now hate the opportunity tohredtu lie who want tu biped to a good saddle stallion are Which I ill i:i, ;,t u,,. saillt. .,. , . r . ........ .. in .. ,.,r. . , DOLLAUS to lusure 111 foal. . r. TiVENTY-I'IV- K at the law price nf ,..c..v si- ..c. ... .1... 1. r..tc. cordially invited to look al our horse and ace him IO, L.llliarKf U ay imp. iifitfioni. tune; General l'oyte i 10 hands with rtne style and rtove dam was Lady I'ark. (an d trotter. lip wa aired bv Second leitel. be be Cimiiin- form, good hone and a sis d, S2S to Insuro a Livo Colt, js2U to insure a T ivinrr bolt. a fast be easy f..r him in ,ixlra si(llllk, ,,,., ,JV. lllil(.k i i,II1)tMi. Three at $10 and Wiley ut 158, ham's lewd, be by old W.ihinjton Denmark. 'e think it lie was sUke winiKr at Mis first d iui Minnie by McDonald's llalcorti. Muiiey due when colt stands up and tucks, inatj,' iean. lie is an anescelldnt individual and ipnte prom, "ired by lirillkcr's Dre'lllioll, he bv- Davy . Ins.k bis ad dam l.y Wells' Crusader, his 1st dam by parte.! with or bred to another horse. X mile record at lenrliiijti If not ohl befoie the .sea-e- a tijiciu isiu;, also an exceedtncly sure loal uetter. Will (.,'rockutt, til Canadian). I)laillo!ld'illllll breedin4ver carefully; ..ii v. ill find him a eboiec Slonewall Jacksan,he by Washington Denmark, for marrs at reaso.uble rates, but make Ilisid of ,69. at Cbirles iJonn's. ai, miles WM j,y (),l Mainbrilln Chief; L'.l dam by "ill pasture mares at $:, but he by Macs Denmark, Ins ist dam by Crusader, wlit nut be utit le.spon. pike. the fr uccbUnts, should any from Stanford onnntil Ki.ah Branch is paid A lien ., U..le. , ihoroil'dlbred). I.aily Talk h dlllll Mares" nirted with, seaion furfolted. Mart kept bo by Old Whip, ad dam a Koelcy Mountain mare. occur,- siblu fo- - .iceidnntb. season monl.y retained on co!t ntYmonaMe rale, at -n- er,. rlA ) was an extra naddle man' byShakiapearv. MADISON 3A.NDIDOE & SON, GEORGE E. ALFOPsD, M. S. BAUCHMAN, CHARLES DUNN Central I'arki'Ilar.Jlle.Ky g McKinmy, Ky. 6 6 10 Stanford, Ky. j T. J, WA IaK Kit. I.UIKKlMur. MillciUcville. Ky 4 Slntifonl, Ky, a Suvder hiuh and i sired bv Paladine, lie by American reasonable rates, but will not be resrxinible lor 10; dam by Seelev accidents or escapes, rartint; ssilli m.ire lorlrlts Star; 2d dam by Crabtieu Uellfnunder. insurance. Lien retained on colls for season mou- sJuvder's dain, .loette, is by Mood 'y Chic' 71)- ire or Fannie llobiiwm, '2:'M. BBAZLEY BRO'S fc HAYS, Stanford, Ky Wood Chief, by Moods Hlaek Hawk, dam Mis Duncan by cott Highlander, iraiidain bv Aiatiis.'JM dunt by Timole-on- . Mood Chief sired Woollcy Jim, J:2i. Fannie Itobinson, 2:''0, and Chief,! , Slindard under Rule '2:'Si. Moods Jilack lluwk sired the 11V PKE'IKN'DEK dams of Von Aruiui, '2:V.)l, and Aliuoni, S"n of Dictator and Winoni bv Almout. and graudam of Uelle .lr by Laucenid,son of Ham idaiuLain.es '2:'2i), and l'mtiene, 1':1S. dam Lady bletouian; Rockefeller, by Aineri improved and i a My track ha been can Star; ad dam Uy good a nnv half mile track in the coun- Richmond, bv try. Will liandle and break inaie- - at lowtu owners i dam Miss MesMis .. by Edwin Forrest. rate. .Marcs grneu at 15y.-d-yk Ilam-blctonf- a bandsoine loi bands a splendid mover, lie was bay. 3d dam by Red I. ion. Silver Kinc'sdam was Mollie M ounce, by lvcriptkiii and IVdiuree: He i a dark . Lexington, on of illooil's Hlack Hawk, ad brown, full I.tecn hand liipli ami four j dam by Younj America, son of Taslor's Messcn prin?. He ha a line mane f Rer. Skeedaddlc's 1st dam by Medoc, id dam years old thl Trumpeter, jd dam Arattts and tail, with a much tvle ami action BY Cab-hell's ofStnneuall lackon. First dam by bkeedaddb, by Olisrr soncf Waj-oner- ; SIS to Insure a Living Coit. Season ol' 1892. Sundrd and Rrxtslered t ', , .ire of ft in ihe jo usi al I I and NutuiHil. Uv Krrir t IWid in u.i litt. Ntdiiin Itodoc. bv Old I'ilot.nireof Pilot. ,lr. in the 2:t0 list ,. Mnml.rino Chief and Pilot, Jr., man' stand at of the lit a ilum I'lirwnii l.'t sir,, of Itatelv'J.'.MJ. Isvllrl'Ssl. hrle NIK.tinale SSJ.--1. Ijila (SiamNire of (H.,f . 2 22. O.n.r 2.2.-- and ix i.th.-rKrn on. by Mumhriuii fhlef. who lied IjhU . TlKsrneS-liand A other. Mniiil.tlui Chief inKrauiNiieof Iiireetoi I7. isirkle 'JM, I'lislm,.,,! ."rlTj. ,, i.iHriti:.. IIiiiiiim .' ITS. Croxfe J In,, ( .' tin-hea- "11111 to Maud S , Ja ;Vr .. Dub1---- . l, . -- Mnm-brin- u w. AhbolNfoMl 2. Ill ami Iki (.tui in II..-Il- ALCYONE 2:27. (KutUirother to l.uartermater yir edd.J J 1 . ir, 1 1 ,,,. LANCET 7871. -- 1 i a0,. ISni-tiel- d, lt i, f lim-s.h- e J.ex-inuto- n, tn elM-whei- f!nih-cdaudba- s 480! I3IPORTI2I) JOHN, 3C.3BE;I2SrO CLARK 3404 Il i i c -it S50 to Insure a I'oal. DICTATOR ht I. Jiiy-i:ye-- am o, s 1 McPvoTosrt; Id-'Ji- 8S34. Wedge wood 436. Breeze JR. jni-uiitte- d .:., , i1- - '- 1 - lnu-ranc- e e il ' " . 1 1 il :.iie well-fcllo- it, e rec-oi- W j (iAMBONlTO it -- 11 ; ' ' ... i,. liree-yer-o- :d ' . . 1 1 "n (KILT S1DGE 261. lh-.- - S20 to Insuro LivingColt. 1 w . ,,,, . iia... . ' e 9145. to Insure i; BHAITMOITT. to Insure - Colt. j;i'iic-ratlui- - - br-e- a. !, Colt. 11 le "$' a VWJll Wile-hilli;- JACKS, . pure-suite- is I pa-tu- j s- . M , i,:, - iL4siLs?-.- v' 4s . CHARACTER OF n a I'nlTrr.at CempoitU Breeoliitlor.a I'ltolocmiili, Merc It If mi oiiinihcicnl cumi-r- could cnteh for onr r,c. t composite fnee in which the virtiH'i n iid tin vices of sixty million hitman found true mid un miu.kcd expression, what should wc see there? Intellect there would he, emphasir.-liij- ; and keen-evewith n fearful intensity the struptflc of contending emotions. An honest face? Yes, aeeordlnf,' ns it expressed loyalty to the ordinary lnwn koutiiIuk the denlinpt of men. Hut there is a k'lcani of shrt witness, too. that Is not And altofrether frunU at.d candid. these other exprcsslors, lights and signifying ti thousand thlnrs, what are tin y and who shall translate generthem? Com life, osity, fii.h out amid the shadows of weak Indulgence, preed and sensuality; and do the wuncs or the vices predominate'? It cannot be denied thtft the general trvnd ill thought in then- da of rapid evolution must have an iiniKirttint effect iion the inorat status as well as upon the iilisunl and intellectual life of the nation, t ve no sign of danger 3d In the hroader soul liberty which has come in w 1th the last years of the century, writes 11. It. Chamberlain In the Cliniituiifiiitin. It U a liberty which does not mean licence in any sensi1. It has driven out of the moral code, all suggestion that pleasure as such Is open to suspicion of u vicious taint. Asceticism has disappeared, but a higher recognition of our dutlis to our w-men has taken its place With the tremendous intlueuee of religious sentiment tending in this direction, the effect upon the moral comic-tion- s of the ieople at large cannot fall to be uplifting We have scarcely felt or recognized vet tin practical uiant-f- i stations of tin-- , sitlntury intiuence. I believe they will be potent when derei-ope- d and that thev will uliundantly some of tlie neglected division of the nrm, of irtue TO-DA- Y. liiffh-browe- d TRAVELED ON HIS FACE. The "llnt V llonnl Wm Vrorrti In a Way Tlist sttonUlir1 lllnw "You've forpotton tn pay, sir; you owe sixty cents," said an attendant in u man State street hotel to a who was leaving the billiard-roowithout paying for the games he had losL With the fanes of one too many glasses dimming his brain, the fellow turned slovvlv and exclaimed: "Pay! Whafll I pay?" "Moncv. boss. That s what we need well-dresse- r i9 'ttt?jv -- oo woitnno3H oiauovaa a? j arinoBHHi put 03ss3HJins 'Ama 'atnioua "indNtvii m oupts ttMiij(i i j nt oj.Joo0 pui NOIXVnUlSNI3W ,.NVWOM I Extra Bargains tlis - 1- Week in all Departments. - u d aoiiSty 9(uitj i nq jCpoqjtuc ti spyaos l.ooa ssjApi jjdojd a oi U opyucs cj oi-mcuji i.uop Xom '.uoiitrJicusw JUS jo 3Att3:xa uioj; jsjnc jsjjo.vl Xuaui Ai 8,PRUPBJa here." s self-rrliunc- c, "Well, I don't have to piry. Sic? I travel on mv face " The man with whom he had been playing was nlso tisy, but not so much as to forget that paying is the sequel to playing "if you don't pny your bill," said he, Br'cstiw.. Tko MMaJlettyia I'll " self-denia- l. - fello- TOY DOGS OUT Or FASHION. liniil Tlirm tlit Ttirrr IJilrrr Mnrlr 1 mill of nurlint lor. lilrlt Toy doys hae jrone out of fashion, fortunately for the ivptitatlon for seuo of a great mnnv women who were tempted to do erv fsilish things while Mr!es of theso lutlu the cratfe atttoemU are still Hunting about. Hero are three Iih iiuth Is solemnly vouched for by th New York 'limes: At a IunehOH at which wero present throe wobwm rf one ramil.v h mother ami two tlnuirhtrrt. it a noticed that ovury otM of the Urtr (WHiil the c 'clues, enkes mid article- - of tint like, ami the nciMmr of one of thein had Urn enrtnsUy tv ask the cause. "O," was the reply. ir little Marquis was ill nil night, ami. as the dear littie soul may not have any of these rjootlles he lovo k dourly, wo Just to tahe uuy ourhnw'ii t tin l- "No. you won't," nrsvvrrcd the other, who was a large nnd chap. "I'm three times seven, I tun. Come on," nnd he taught his friend by the C()at collar and dragged him along The attendant ran to the house oflicer and told him what had occurred. When tho festive billiimbt reached the rotunda lie found that olhcial, accompanied by two stalwart porters, waiting for him. They took him between them and started for the strict door, which was over it huiidn d f et away, says the Chicago Heraid 'I he big fellow gazed at them stupidlv a moment us they pushed him along and then said: "What are you fellows doing'.'" "Keep quiet, now." answered the oflicer. "We're going to put . on outdoors, und If j oil don't keep your mouth shut you'll 1k locked up." He gathered himself together and, with a mighty efloit. threw them off, but they were Instantly on him again. "Do von take me for a thief V" he gasped, as they choked hlin down. "No; only a dead beat," vvas the answer "Now, men. swiug him." The big doors were opened w hie and held back, nnd On tw o porters got a good hold on his trousers and sent him fl.v lug into the street. Ho traveled on 111 (ma well-built broad-shouldere- "I will." o And instructed as to dose out special lines to make room for the 9 IWsTmPiiiSare vry mntl, yrtjorMnll tlin J ntS-vap(f'lis oHh $2to clos(i cU j.min iiii .iiciii tnrt or iua inrgrr ,ar for thirty yrart. S' p? r rVr vn liarr hraima com vfrL's la tho World 1 Clothing, Shoes : and : Dry : Goods. ; coming ! .Ihrlr nloi ymendtkem com.. mill for tho no of rhllUrml and triunVTlUtTTcakrtoiuiu.h. For tucnr-rnatlni- r tli are lavatunbla nn thry rante the food lon.ilmllatr, tiourUU tli lKHly( Sick Mfifldach 80.75. WJCCIAL Va J. duced at.d ra,t effnat rally without tiatmra or grlnlnt. ivotu sirrHui'rati'Hi'iiis lKrnr tmall.l uroiiofd by all ilrtiscl-ti- . ITIce, 3.1c OBJcr, 30 I'ark flat e, N. V. In our Shoe Department all $J. 7o, to in all styles. SUis aU woHh S1S'2'5 t0 clse at f '8 Boys' hncejmntx suits worth fS.lo to close Z J 80 ' n reOur genuine calf and kangaroo shoes go at $8.25. 'Z1-- 0. S2.G0 and 2.50 shoes have been . FOR THE LADIES. nuvoZvnf!h vfvellfil& shoes. "r j Irii 'J ' t .. 1 Or MlLtV RcsTtostivttenvisf JoCllJ 1t J line custom made button shoe $1.50 ,sl WHITEGOODS LACES AND EMBROIDERIES n n3' T5f V P-nC- f aS USU(?l a0'a7Jsthe lowest. And our last but not least "Sue- - JTIRg -- Ktyluw' C' r.r .7 . , f Z . tkx? SLi5, r iiot.it, M.ljMI Vm d i,r.1 THE t LOUISVILLE v VM) STORE ii'nraaJL - SHE KISSED THE PRINCE. It Wan IntPHtlril lted. lit-ti- ih-nr- t. ln-a.- it llttlo fellow WHS Msleep " The third tale is of a dog w hove sickintense exciteness and death Story No. was of a tnrdy pair at n formal dinner. When the company of guests had waited nearly half an hour mid at last Uie lKMrtwe. gne up the missing ones and all were seated at the The explanatublu thu pair tion from the wifu was that "it was quite tsi bud. but llijoti would not let us leave, and . had to wait until the upM-uivd. selves" ment. The. nWnt husbund was pursued all dav with telegrams, baby was sick, baby was worse, unity was dying, I'.ead. Then came nnd nullify b.ibi a private funeral f more r less and afterward Imbj's mtstresi uppcarcd In enmention.il mourning. it is eertnlnlv time that toy dogs went out of fashion. w. cere-uum- y. WHICH SHOULD An A BE I CORPSE? IimiiinMlluii r sliiuii. of lilht l.lfr In III rw orlt. unchildlshness of the liMle ercuture.s that she coaxes into her savs the New York Times. Hungry, wear, and eoltl; ilirt.. r.igged and sore; kicked, lieatt'ii Miitl sworn Kt; often themselves wicked and depraved beyond belief, tliry seem t have nothing In common with jovous i hihlhootl save smallness of suture and fewness of years. They do not know how to pluy, evc.n, and it is this ignorance of tho underlying principle of child h.)piness which seems the saddest privation of all. The beautiful hunt of Is unknown to them. The story related by a nian whose business look him much among the poorest, most wretched districts of this city illustrates the depths to which child life in the slums has fallen. He found a company of ragged urchins one day playing ut funerals ami o,ii.irrcliiig over tho prlv liege of Ixdng the corpse' Tho one llnally selected streW In d hiitiMjlf on the slimy stoiius of the ilingx court, folded his hands neneetiilli over his hcait, closed his eyes, and, p.ile ami pinched looking an he was. i!(cd the character ho attained with startling effect. The others found bottles there were plenty of them and stoxl them on bricks for To these candles ai ootid his bier stunted little souls the shabby pageants of death winch the, hml seen in the lanes nd ..I leys of their neighborhood were so much liner and inoie, thuii tluh' dreary existences that to counterfeit them w.ts a pastime. "inakc-bc-llove' lo kindergarten teacher, at the head of n free kinderg.iileii wiUcinw among the desier.itely Hor and ignorant of a neighboring city, speaks of the pathetic ium Habit, Drunl.enncfB, etc, are c ured by One of tae leading families of Stutt-- J Dr. Mill s' H stotT,tive Nervine, discovered s gart gnve a supptr purlv, to which the by the eminent Indiana rqieilnlist In It does not if ntaiti opiates invited, says a prince rojul l.n.i Ills royal or dangerous dnici. Tine Look of great writer in I.efbi Mrretrry liiglmes Arrived a little Iwforc nil tho cures and trial bottlsB rum nt ilruggists. t.1 M prc'mnitintis for th fttuit wore com- Ur. Miles' edit Co., Elkhart, hid. TIJIATi ISOATLX: pleted. Obsirving that he had arrived a little tMt Ms.n he oVehleil to ttike a rl,(l)A K l' IV U foT.I short stroll In fnmt of th" house, whilo v duylight was fading into dark. a trtm scrruul uuud bounced out TO THIS of the lions and ran up U tho prince, I It Hnlt to whom she liamUstl a purer! contain- f riwj I,,i. I 'n j! i , and r llii crvi.or .! ing, as it afU rwurd turwit out, a largo lth rn f nil the Coir puny to IS iti it- - nt i m vry lnkfl fnr thn jHece of sAUMtirit ami some money, and Lincoln a , nt l piinMtr to in tlvd nd hope i r ur ilrlm); nl : exclaimed ur.dr her l a k tarirpiir nrd tcrll arrrttKuJltc Hi th ftmt wilt Srtu in Suntct Mrri llu "You won't have to eotnc Uwlny; ,c wo're having a large party; the prince on each Co s L i irt ly ii V JDllS-sii- nm till tohimself is coining, mv. gixsl-bmorrow!" ami with that she gave his royal hlglinest. a couple of hearty kKvns A Specialist with a State Repuand tlisMpfswnMl Itefore lie had time to tation for Curing Obscure get a w ortl ouL ChvomciDiseases. solA moment later he perceived a dier in ills olimlt. vth was casting wistful glances t the lighted windows of the hoime. and asked him if his sweetand on the man's reheart lived plying hi the affirmative tho prime continued: "Then tlii. parcel must be intended for you. The pernon who brought it sends you woid tliat you are to come for she lino no time wi: account of the party." "Much obliged: its all right; I'll come the soldier. "She r.K' inn something besides" the prince went on to say. "but I ctvn't deliver v ou that." "Oh, im inuj keep it and welcome," rejoined the soldier. "I've plenty here for I'vcrybod', at the party noticed that his highness was more livtly and frcxsl He narratcil his humored tl.iin iidventuie over the cigars and w me, but extracted a pronilfo that neither the servant girl i or the soldier should suffer in coiiteqnnce of the disclosure. ner-vnu- Tor n KtiJutfHl lilt- - MUlxKr. siirr, Uut 1I Ofnllform,NniralgI.i,Spasm!?,Fit?,Slcpp-let-Muss- , Imllnc-x-i- , l)iIniFS, Blues, Op- HEADACHE! disc-ares'. Main Street, Stanford. .$ C. MANES, Manager. 11 STEAM JIIIKITf :il! Upright and Horizontal. Stationary, and Portable. All sizes up to Semi-Fortable lit-- n STEEL BOILERS, 26-hor- FKE. 1 tud-denl- FARMERS. i- power. Unequalcd in Safety, Simplicity, Strength and Durability. Wrtti fur Fref Illustrated PjirtTel mmm 1 I'wri lrr-VV- M t'V in.l jour njnuto -- lr' I THE JAKES LCPFEL & CO., NTW fete f -- I Ii1m-- 1K CITV MWWIMD.OHIO I brt-ath- y FREE - CRAYON PORTRAITS Sv 4 FRAMES IS & t tln-ie- . wmmm r av vvxas&w v f y5 . J&LfcRKT M.iYrv'Ti A To all our Subscribers for 1882, We, the puhlishcrof " North menean IIonis," in otuct in increase the circulation of our luurtial thtcuch ml the L'nltcd States and (..jnjiii.uill ? end tins vf.ir met line liundrtMl tiiousuiiil tlolLir cmorc our new ubnberi In the Conn 01 nn artistic Craven Portrait and a handsome frame (.is per cut below), to be made if cliurjrn lor etri- - ne nubscrib-- ytt'ArT? I -- jS ?t Irj O H r t ' - t i; rulatiop it hi 4 i 'J. to-i'- av 4 hiir-rr",i f"' to-da- sd v. ) . UcrUi hat accomplished we fee! ctmh- "ft ti t rci r iiatc a irrr rannai u nraw upon. anil me iiuiHiMirnr jucujuiiii " ptc uslhe larccs cirrtilition of anvpaiwr In the world. The Inn rmney we aitK c innnber will oon cone back to us in Increased cir. rtjiution ni tHir' . t ts 'I e Cra ri l'mtrait we Mill have made for vott will lie executed b Uc lartrs. av. tii n f ar'it; i n ritv. Their work hamonR the fine. made, and ve ptinrnnl-,- . c p . ra.t i. a penect likeness to the original. There is nothing oj ut. n tiirrtgonir framed Crajon l'ortraitof j mrc!f or miv mof utaful ur.lionr .mrtit than ireitdier 'if w .n ' n't.uic ih s a rh tner in lifetime to get one already Iraaied and rtad t'i banmfir iitisiilutely Irto il citurs-t-- . eipendituteof u. im ioi noinc our wearetrivinc ll U Tl -- . ;. at it lor if lac 1 , r to "North American Homes." Our Unnly journal is a mummy publication cct'sistiRi;oi Id pase., tilled with the bet literature of the day, liv wime cf the best authors, and M worthy of the it P.wht vpawarn ...... prjt eiUfnec n nrp d linr-t1 r ii ..niau onivaumir lmutijiivcir- - nn uicx-btamed by judicious advcttUeraent and a livisli KA lrp ... ....,.. JbS -- ' fatrto 1 or o CD ... iJ- - 1 I 8 -. L Mt & ESAD-TH- 2 i a i fend 1 1. pr ti uk " , biai iiiii it t t"i, touaucru.iiitii hcl..ss tuxingnrd i jr.? ut R ra i n a cikhi 1 I ' "At '1 f ti, i i. e ir wewid ialc nu ir I ?CLLOWINCr GRAND 30 DAYS' 0?r2R: and r'fllon to tidor tt jrrc nf rmrelf"North yAmerican IhmeVfan rend us alio or at t.a, of li mr or . i I - M s i tiai m Mil llfo lr CniMin I'm tiait.and rvt the canar" cut or ujotuo Iruuio oj intli imnimins ausolutely iwrr i " i ' jlf mctn'Kr 'j, 'I ns: lib'h OLD BUTTONS. A C'nrlon Snii l Itlrli KurHgnrra. Merlin's richest cilicu has uu annual Hut two persons income of f7MJ,lk)U. in Prussia paying an iucomtt tax are richer. A man (s.iid to be a KoUwihlld) in Welsbudeu is taxed on an income of to be 1,000,000, and another (said irupp) in TVisseldorf Is taxed on Si, Krunp stands at the top In the 138th class of income taxpayers. The Income tuv rolls f r lWi show that in Berlin in the lust year the number of "thuler (7ft cents) millionaires" has increased from ltis to 'JW, and that of mark ('A5. cents) millionaires" from Prussia bus hut 565 sub1,088 to 1,107. jects whoso annual Incomes nre more than 130,003 each. 500,-000. The old gentleman drew my attention to his daughter in a corner of the room. She was engaged lu sorting out the buttons from a large heap and putting them into boxes, on eacli of which was written the clats of buttons it contained. complete." In one of the by streets of a crowded thoroughfati' in the north of Iondon there Is an old gentleman who carries on a very curious trade. His shop is a parlor, and on the window pane is a board which savs. "ltutUms sold inside; any button matched from a jd. to"l." liisidt this room arc thousands of buttons in little heaps jteaii, glass, bone, jet, shell, brass, cloth, silk and horn buttons In fact, every variety of button made. "You see, sir," ho said, "it Is often the case that women only buy enough buttons for their di ess, and when they lose one It is often ditlicult to get it matched at the dr:iK?r s. Tlmso who know me come along heie, and I can invariably do it from my stook. 1 have got tt.y regular customers, fur most tradespeople about hero who know me send their customers to me when they are unable to suit them, and they seldom go awn, without linding the very thing they ate after. Where do 1 get them from'' Mum come from rag shops," where on the rags Mild art" often buttons. "I make n iiiiind of tho various murine stores and bargain for them at so much u pound. Another way I obtain thein is visiting the dressmakers, who often have buttons left over, and their lady ciistomeis seldom ask for them. These I ean buy up very cheap. Although my little Imard outside says that the highest price 1 churge is two customers do not pence, my better-clashesitate to offer me sixpence and a shilling for a button they have lost to make their garments look neat and s slrrrl. niinil lu a l.oinlon shlti J. S. APPLEMAN, M. D.. lit IHFI ll ' itl' i r 11I11 r.tr.i ft vnh your suhvriition t in r n.u ov irai;, . u wiirn Mcney t' Urt'tr, I xprc 3 nt t uu e nr, itlvt I it, t II lll'. tut AV3ivir,;r-rr5TAl?i1b-rivtao.rriT-r: t til ..-- , wad ,.;.u:L lttft rt-i- .t NORTH AMERICAN HOMES PUBLISHING CO., Rt.v T Dewitt 'Jalinadpe .t Any ne.rarcrptib' MOUU RnilfUnfl HW VnV DUlIUlUg, fltJK IOrfi. Ygrk...J sh-r- f"' J Im S.K o GO CD i; s, I k w Biifflisli Specialist, l'rrn. rof tJ II rl M HI III., tlcctrtcal Wleclical College, I'lKON tD CN H. N I' i in ' hji Southern Medical Institute, I For Character of Work we refer to the editor of the Interior Journal. rurii kM ' Scientific American Agency for R. C. MORGAN. DENTIST. D. D. S. -- ?1"W . :: . r.vv-r- rv. 1 A. S. PKICE, St Kf.Kn.v DtNlIST. 1 I .s moving u the llit. us otlKt', I. hi atttT klloct Slirou Uxid ti.i (urn tit wiiiiIm" etrciiiie STANtORD, Kl N II CKY. 1!. McRobertt lltiie on Main mreri ot tw Mere, stanlrd I.i n is 11 1 ic, k jIB llllllllWa!aBaiKHHHayHaHaliiiHaB Will Ic at Stan ford, Tuesday, April a6, n ) CAVEATS, THADE MARKS. HBacialBAM DESICN PATENTS COPYRICHTS, etc. Tor nformntion nnd freo Handbook write to .v Cll. '! HmiMIWAY. NKW tlltK. Ml Oldest bureau f ir perminc patenl In .niftlen. I'Tury iiitlcni tuken out liy u i iirouKnioeioi-the public by it notice irlveu t rot) of churi e 111 tuu ! DR. W. PENNY, Dentist, 13. -- THE NEW WEBSTER r , , !itj A . m in nt-ei.- Inur i liiitin lie da) nlT, retun llij; tile ) ear OiTice South tide Main trift, in ulhrc rcicatly rccated by I)r. L. T liutTnun, St.nnford, Ky. iiraiiuair of llollet ue 1I liil-.Mirii.al Collide. Ntw ork Cit, and llie I let or. mo, Canada lit m in it aMi'riical Lollecc,ol llie iluein'k he trtatmlh in made p.il sluilj Chanty Hospital lor m' lilt rtal llillt.iif ami trul j 1 art and rttonieHnniiipcrior in ilumioMiii; He detoUi all and liiatmu C hiomc DlaM' In. limi' to th' iMiinelil of ihroni' and ner.ous and his il.ill .m n expert in ilmcatr. nf doth I'lfJUlm-telllll- ) llnr. rlaiknf tan - uellcMahli-hil)r plrnmri 1 Scientific JMhmcjw Larccft Hrrulatlcn of any fcientlrlf papfr In tho world. M'lcti.lHllT llliittrattd. No intelllci'iit mall cliimlj tio wilLoiit it. Weedr, VJ.OII u LO, yrar: tl.'fl tlx mntitbu. udrtf JIlI.NN 1'CULiauLf.N 3 1 Uroadway. Xew Vort. "JJiLL. 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Hiirfnollrlil, Itais., -- i( r, - o - x r D K Kentucky. Bine wind's circle overhead and I hear ateur or professional gardener, who con- Stauford, the Has returned jbought justelcsant from the citus. where she j:ol(l kinjilishei's cry. "He's after my teinpl.ittB making an purchases in this (.oods, which of an fish," says the .sentinel and away line, we say, by all means, to consult il ti kshow Spring invites all Ihe She she K justly prrud to ----- trespasser. This pretty Childs' customers and find that he not S. OWSLEV, THE SHELTOK ROUSE. for the not only deal with English speaking Switzerland, What She Sees andHrs at the Parks. Ii a Camlidste for Commonwealth's Attorney suh KOWLAND, K paltry sum of r0s, has increased its people, but with every country of Euject to the action of the DemoeratU part) la nay A Lake Ride, etc., etc Judicial Distrtit to "Inch I incoln lounty may be value to $23,000. rope, with China on the east, Jerusalem assigned Every Tuesday jnd Friday Published Since everybody fans found out who on tho west ami Bombay on the south of 1 hit House hat been refitted throughout , hat T well drop aside After lunch the prettiest of ponies Dusy Body ia I may as 2 Pl'llZ YJK3A.H i;V.A.:DV.A.:VC12. my mantle and appear 113 tuy real self. took us some miles from the city to Asia, and to many pirt of Africa, to A LIVERY ATTACHED. Australia and many islands of tho Pa - hen nol in paid $2.SO will le thirled "5W It wn a little awkward, I admit, goim; Grant s Park ami landed us along the 1 ramlent custom solicited cific, you can but think that it is only i,3oiy j v CARRtFK, Prop about in boot, but I walked whero I side of Albana Like. We seated by bis incotupaiablo dealings that he not have gone in B.indaN, and my j selves in the nearest canoe and pushed K. u. LOCAL TIME CARD. has thus been enabled to carry forwaid HOTEL AND SALOON Highest cash market price paicj doubled-uhat made me courageous oil. It is just what 1 love water and Train leases Rowland at ; oo a. m i returning his business with such success, and that for tell soma truths. Hut the ojh How I sent the little bark on its enough to AT ROWI AND at s'P.m jojous errand1 How the Mind came his seeds, bulbs and plants are the best masquerading is ended. to be gotten anj where. L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. I am in Atlanta. It is .lining n trifle, ' against us and how life quickened alone He does not deal with his customers .......u lo pm but I am at the park, the httlo park just my eins' Mail train goinc North . V trailed against a round I offer for sale piuaiely uiv frame II tl and South i34Pm &L my window, I can see the island, over which two willows wept, ftoni the standpoint of dollars and cents, Saloon at Ko land which lie no at $r at iu front of . .1 13am Esprets train " South . er treats each ont as a fiiend, alwnvs lor month It tl centrally located and a hne point but " ' North . heiti)-.i- t a lenrinai on a ilm. .Mauge united oil with a a urops inmpiing toe him aim iinir mem nnu rested. .6 jo Lscal Freight North doing better than he promises. Try him lonerthel It has good well stable coal AI. ELK IN & CO., .Slip m touching the trees, but when I hold forth dream and I felt a smile come and go in soutn. house and other ne e.ar outbutldiuza Addiess and see foryouiselt. The latter trains also carry passenger. S H. MRs MKC H RRILL stanfmd . tuy hand only occasionally do I catch a my heart both of us had memories, Js isr Sl WIOKt) K The above is calculated on standard time, Sar Stanford, Ky, April 7, lisUlJ. a jewel from the sky. And, so, I know Our reerie was broken by a tretnen-thtime is about so minutes faster cloud is thin, even now it is parting dom sound up the park, wo hurried in QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. set II WU be of Interest tn thoe. torth steers the sun and there is a ' that direction and came upon a pretty Dealer in Gonernl Itferchandiso, thus; the Norlhuest, to know that the rhw Trains pis' Junction City as lollow. spread of brightness everywhere, domestic scene iu the lion cage. The and tiroher land In W'lronln are tnhut Lumber and Shinffles. South Hound No. it i B,Mi,iiii W Isconsin Central Line Settlei on tarj to the , loci amtcsai .No ! O t m.; o ki" ,,adll Goods sold for cash onlr " these lines have all the adsantascs cl healthful Itne. m. easnn As I hurried doTtTuie hill to theshel.!1-- ' S p. m to state to the public iu centra! Out I am d imj iuNorth Bound Vo s leases at x'10 a No 4 bin ladye climate good market facilities, atmndance o( fuel nicel) under the " terofthcMimmer-housmail rial, pure Mild spaiklini; dnnl I encounte.ed Cash S)sten and that the pe pi, tnd ImilolnK "f tn , and No j at locals a n n..llMI,iefr0ln ,,0r PtUie!lt ntld JOlllcd ins i and other important benefits u hi h i in arcrapidlt catihingon t. the fact that it the 3 4 p. m o bettrr system, both lor the hujer and seller not boemoyed nil the prairies cl the West him. Hor worea severe kindness druiiyhts, no c)Cionrs, no grasshopper plague and also know that I mII aoods lor about a third hty , , , , , , iiuuczii in Tiinr .. au .. ii ,, .n........ .. ,...... mi... . uiv ui 111a iiuu uiii 111:1 trii . . ...!. .... tvtfeser and ague. Now Is the time to select than m) cornpetitnr who do credit buslnes. He my embrace. It is n tree that most mor- 11111 Itn-- linn tc ntll iivil OL1U VHIC2ieil choke lauds at Ton prices. Wisconsin i consider nirinbtr that I keep const tntly on hand a ple him and he submitted although it was ril one of the most prospemusStatcs in Ihr t mon did assoitmeut of Dry Goods, (.riKcries, Cloth tals might have passed unnoticed, but it int;, Ilits. Shoes, Hats and the like Call Located illiecth oti plain to be seen that he did not invite in this State are the the Wisconsin Central Lines see my stock, sthtch is renltnishcil almoit In uul thriving cities of llutlin;ton, .fails spoke to me and I in turn gave it n neuralgia, ST Mr J II HU.IOS, Rowland K atlection. Ah, but he was a monarth' W auVoha 1' ml lu Lac Oshkosh, Neeiiah, friendly bug. What would you give to Murthhtld, Chip ati;(.a, Stcsms 1'olnt, and Can ou fancy such a spirit in bondage'' pes. a Falls, htu Claire, Ncm Uichnioml nnd know the language of the beech tree at ' NOTICL'IO UK .. .. Ashlaml. The keeper told that of the pair the lion can always be lor tickets, turn tables, mops aixl lull Informt this season, when every bud is breathS. I'ATls.D I' A. courageous, when he would en- Hon. apply to PUBLIC.' ing a ryhme, eveiy bough making me- was less ChuttniHL'a, l'nn to ter the cage the great beast nished to OrJ AS C O P. & 1 A , Chicago. Ill tre and a tree itself a poem in embryo? with corner cowed. And when I asked And to comprehend it as it stands down the I hac ope- ed In connci Ii n with my Hotel, the Looks, which was his favorite of all the atii- - t'.oxl looks are Goodthan sVin deep, depending more In t lwiai fyf tint in ctioit. upon a :..,! ....., ....... ...v.. ..., ,.,u.,Jlu:''s. be pointed to the lionet, who the literhealth) condition of all the sital ornaii. Il ...,. ...V V..VI.I..I bilious look, il be inaitire sou have ...v.wio stood eyeing him with inteiest. "She sour Mourn h be dlstrdcrcd jou hasc a d);x pin A mote, perhaps, than I Shall ever know, look and if your lidnes lie affected )u hasr a is so atlectionate," he said. A inched look Sisureour health and ytm will or uer care to know. It is enough that R is to follow We drove homewaul for the ae good looks Hlectrn Hitters is the crcat al First-Clasit points me back to an old ravine simis tcritive and tonic acts dircctl) on these sitnlor was low and reached the little homo Sans Cures pimples blotches boils and Rises a lar in its undulating beauty to this one. sun Sold at A R Penny's dtc Rood completion And offer the services of it to the public Ilrand paik about twilight. All was still save store, so ivnts per bottle of Yes; there were tall, green new vehicles and licsh blojded twrses snake mi Similar? now and then the chmt of n pious frog. stable compare ssith slopes, a rivulet that widened, trees that medicine. Guaranteed Curo for La Urlppo. When we bad paed under the tree that Tho in the Country. W e congregated closer far than these ami SIOKI.I.ANI), our adsertlteddrii3i.t toell ) t Gits me a tall. the kingfisher bad glotillcd, we looked Dr. kiiithorie inn's New Discosery fur Conmmptiim Dealer in ie ijose blossoms Coughs and Cold, upon this londitien If )ou up, '' U GRH.V. Prornrlor Orders for Cattle, Sheep and Hog Al. llURNs, Manaj-- r are artlicliil with La l.ripc and will use this rem will you. Oh, that vallev's inmo-- t room "Hut tb? bird wax gone, the song was ed .ii i online t directions, eisihc it a fair trial and S..p a Was a mass of ivy and violet bloom, stxlc mas rctutti the and enpennce nolHiieht, dead, . . . MM . siciica "'HIUK.niLittle tlru t I k i I k V ' for "l" "' w,,hl" HI lllf .SOVi' U1,V, stx.ultr The larkspur shook from its purple urett And heaven seenuut empty m. w n T O leanansst ,our mone) reiuii.t.stHccei.f I)r j 1 f n"lrn P"rchase oveihead." JJ 1 1 I V , thi.otfer.e.au.eoftlie wonderful A dew drop dou n on the lily s breast, i.. ell on . address me An of h fire 1 1 1 J U Uli sear. I., this bos.ne,, Kimcs.New llmmcrs during U.I season n epi- - 1 11U UVl 1 TIlP bluo-beiViohi dozed on the mulct's The .M What a pleasure it was to meet with demic llasi beard of n. case in it, failed. ,mk , Artistic mUf pfoh,.bIJ J I rill bottles brink, R l'enn) . dr,lfc ,,a ,""r Ir) ' - Stsnlwi. Ks I X Mr. T. It. Walton and meander with store it lareesie.oc free at A K". MUUU, and 5l will ce m the Mi.r, House Tohae vour photographs madf You glto rind And the myrtle leaned o'er the edge to s,ou that be aill alttaja treat jou right and him tbout the favorite places about the drink. sstiifaition Remember he makes pictures of all lor sears I hi edit rot the IHitllnxton Jnn Ihi. John Cist em.ii A i. I. an hi n the different sles, even from the smallest photoThere were birds andbuttertlio there, fity. I could say much of Atlanta, but Mo , Post has menri subject to cramp colic or tits f graph, up to a life sire portrait in crayon, water prosirn'isi nini iui nmiis ana K. C. W." has told it all ami left forme indigestion, si If you have a picture )ou and the led bird sang the same words colors and pastells untitled him for buiuisi for two m tlnrc das II del, rent Itrd tMw want enlarged, it will pay you to see him before ouly an item or two, about nature and lor Ihe pact sear hi has brc-- uslnc Chamberlain's in fhls charge and v intendant relurmshrd mIs as to eon J j, tit iu) Colic. Cholera and Diarrlnta llcmcdt uhenescr contnetins Uh iny one to h ixci it ma le, a he is then as he issingingnow: "Sweet, sweet, is easy for my pen occasion ns'micd and it ha. tnvarub y sisen him not onl) maintain its high reputation, but to add bcated here and will altva) be here in site sweet here'" How I wish he would suchlike, which lo Us Ion; list ol A J bARP, Stanford, K) prompt relict n and so cent bottles far sale bi lions for commensal friend. Sjc i.i ai. armmod,. travelers and An, reams (or fly out of the woods, so we could see as since mv henit moves it. Mr. W. and I l)r. M Ileum. I)nij;it mid OutuiaH, Sian. theditplo) of ituinples. well as hear him! I eay "we" so that were treated to a beautiful Sunday mt-- I lord. K Falls Branch Jellico Coal; Oo. illiainson, The ' mon by Ilev. C. 1' A you may know I am not alone Miners and shippers of the C.hN'UINK theme was "Humility" ami it was hanAnd till LIALDand I'OOI ItOOMS attacked. ins his song, or the solitude. Madge is JOSr I'll UHM.l. with me, and right now she stands in dled a only Mr. Williamson can handle When Bibr wai lick, wo gave her Ciutorl. front of a deep spring and reaches a dip- such subjects. How everything peemed Try it We are the sole agents for Stanford and When the wai a Child, she cried for Castoria. Rowland Otitic corner ol Depot street and rul-r- o per down. It is no encrusted with rust to swim about me' The scenery of Vtten h became MLss, sba clung to Castona-Whe- n id crossing. memory begun to adjust itself, the old that the sun shining against it makes it HIOGINS AlWATTS 6 Blue-Gras- s the ba.1 CbU Area, ahe cave them Cuitorla, 232 Acres of Splendid son;s seemed triftcd with the speed of from this distance a golden globe. And MANAC.KKs, Land, now she drink-- , and now along the flight and came fioin afar, old faces conDeirally located on I urnpike r..ad iraJinj Irtmi Commerce 3 stanlordlo Milledge,ille i oulll"'Ki laOlUSVUle. oln I .miuy. Ks ,. blight walk she goes, only her shadow gregated and all at once I was kick wiles from Stanford miles -lln.tonollr, i Deder Inlbeside, her. I have looked up from my home in the home church far aw.n in from Dansille, 4 miles from Juuclbm Cily Asis .1 rou.'bcut te ieuti t.d n number of ) mi I hate lo wo Milhin re ltd of C Foreign and Domestic Fruits, papers to follow her. and my thoughts go theblue-gra- . w OnlyI when I glanred lent attacks ol inflammatory leii suboci which b k K 14 mit.xI'aim M.has laupon 4it station 011 theand ibcumatlsm. I he an elegant indow missed the far, Ijenerall) listed about two months. On the first sjucious lw,..stor brick It.ideiice. (tin ro() all VT Jl TTJ.TPTT.T! out of the otl in another direction after a yel.ow A ...a. Confectioneries, At of this month I was attacked in the knee and necesiars out biiulclints and an abundance .4 fruit "sswsssssi, MWWAi sSIT9..t leaf that flutters and Hit and sails. It is free hills. What a pleasure it' was to seserely for two da), when I pioeured a ItetH ttfaliiKe.1 etets sanrtv. Much of the Und MAMOltD K IU. withhnn firt cla.s baker anil can lurnuli not like any leal I ever saw befoie. It look at the speaker's face, that wears al- - Imttleof Chamberlain's I'aln Halm and it relievtd 1. virsin il well limbered, abundanll) watered I therefore me almost in.tanllt miwl iliKifullv and marly all llrcad, Cakes and the like on short notice j; tl sillrt lllue t.rsiM short, a ricoinniencl it tn those who arnsimllarl) allllctid No arm seems gifted with the grace of animated wajs a full blown radiance1 Heaven every csert respect. R D Whiths, MartiuiUle. N C vhetlor ale. also, a .Mules a yoars old ntsl Sprme life, and now it is hO far away that it certainly got out a patent on his counte- lib. isg .ir hitlcy I" a veiy prominent man if P Lnr; w SALE. LYNO NATIONAL BANK sery t. lnthl.plsce and his dlvaie seems draw iug a line of light over the nance and then lost he combination. know a he sutTend am h severe pain. U Idely M LOCUM t.ROVK' Ol bl MORt, K This tiling of moping iu the pulpit Houston A Co . mere hant,.Martindalr, . V, turf, and now it daits towards me, wearAcres ol Splendid Lind, situated bellies for salebs Dr M L. Ilournc, Diiuci-- i id turnpike, miles from Stanford, on Shelby Clt do'sn't suit me. Yours bincerely, Optn ian Sunfoid Ky Apply Jto me at ied, and finding a (lower, falls. A adjoining Mrs. K. II Jones O KArDii. Not a leaf at all. OOO HUGH KE1D. Stanlord, Ky Mlled' Kervo and Livers Pill in KDR SAI.K I did not observe! this A Mammoth Business Splendidly Managed, Alton a new principle resulaliu; the liter, It is atraii(.'e that 18,500 stomach and towels through the nerses A new I mi Ihe finisi I Have you seen John I.ewN Chillis' discovery Dr Miles' Pills spcnlilv cure bilious comprising toarm and richest soil in I. nut, 4a 10 , Klin on the table before a pun down acres ul situa. BEAZLEY, MISS LICCIE ness bad taste, torpid liter, piles, constipation. lea within two miles id Ms merit Ihe counts seat tinm rtnUliys ia ant.. a...! Allnliiin heroin this sweet abode; what does it catalogue of heeds, bulbs ami plants for Uneualed for uieli. t. omen, children Sumllot ii s iniv us, svi,,.".i inn t. iiisuiu 'Vh"",r1Vi"r V"0!'- ' hat this Is Ike onl," National Hank in Stanford . .J" niiMot, surest Hits doses ac cents Samide n mean? Hut ns I question comes the ls'.i'.'" ,urUM Under ",r,",We ,h? Hank Act 111 A K Penny's p ke. one th. be.l Stock .rs. In he des,.,t Ihe p.otisWnsof not National tn. , Md Ihe Corner Main and Depot Striets, To all lovers of flowers, either tin am keeper of the park and shouldets it. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journl KATYDID IN ATLANTA. i blue-winge- d f J. JR., I our-cou- ld CASH K I 1 IF O IR, SiA, Xj t E. Beef Hides, Fur, Tallow, J JS-- i e Lftntl-Sookor- s. J. H. HIIiTOIT, ; 111 1 111 'i J tlA 11 e ' !mnMW.r.,l-mM,.U,,;fJt.n1vIl,..- wj-rc- M RHEUMATISM sciatica successfully treated .i.t 11 Kic-.i- c '.i..i ' . tes . S le-- s i j 1 a j 1 I 1 TRAVELING - Ayer'sSarsaparilla cure sure the persistent use this cure .,. Ilk-i-t ,ir.n. .1 HYERS HOUSE, IJvcry;stablc, Best S, iri-kl- y Has Cured Others WIIIAM 1 )i lt I ARTIST, ll n u IJIL'LLW f S-- . ". r.l..-.- l ...-- . . 'J -- io. '- 1 JOSEPH COFFKY,Pr'r. I 1 satis-facti- iy R.OYAL OF MVEttl'OOI.. I :ih-or- b First'Class'Saioon insurance Company, Original Jellico Coal. FOR SALS. 111 BAKIiEE&OASTLEMAN 13 4 ' , sul-feie- .1 T..1 1 1 111 FOR - , Vs v I FIRST 11, 1 , Sixt-fi- e -. but-terfl- v! ST CK FAHM .t - I CapitalStock Surplus. sfil 8200, a 4 lllue-t.ra- Milliner and Dress Maker Li, I a L. .a 1J . ' L. JUtliN IU. lo to a laiies to see them, svhtther the trouble to show siod buy or nut S;-ir No win nave reacneu l.OOO.OOO, ORice on am auer .treel.oppncitc court house. 39 "r HKE VNDSIORM The paper, colored plates, en giavings and nostage will cost him a grand total of js 1,000 md lining ." V'W) ' Tio-TvT'nsr 0 trivTrYTTT Representing . ' large canvas sacks when mailed How lovely it is to bit heie and muse lint Floral Paik, the home of Mr Childs. Hartiord, of Hartford, Conn., Down here anion; the ami recollect Manchester, of Manchester, Eng. lakea' There e three of them, close ia situated in the most feitile part Of IKSSIC WE.VItElM Pennnsylvania Fire, Philadelphia, that they seem linked. Fiu abow them i.ong island, wiiinn a snori uisuinie 01 New York and lirooklyn. th"i e being .1 Keep, the ukcm ji.e i.e.t m.i iar.i tari.tv Ins Co. of North America, " , about it aie Hoi- .stands a communication witli thise ci Allnfuhcli ire brst im Comp mie- - I would er beds, .dreatly Miow in; bloom. The ontinuetl It is stfe to sy that, not even in Fancy Goods, Fruits, be pleased to wait on ni) friends in this line. Pol. ties Candies Nuts, Cigars icies (croinptly iss ied Will insure asunst lorni piettiest is a puiple and white crescent this (oiiutiy, and in no other, can such does, wind storm. ml tixhtmn; I 1,'Utnin,' clau of crocuses and a tulip bed look as if a es .itticlwl vtthi it addition il har,;e Ami I ii o in the it) an establishment be found, and it is wry tirst National Unk, stai ford. yellow utai bad fallen, another, nearer, reasonable to suppose that it could only holds up a hundred scarlet wine cups. be maintained by fair dealing, loiipled O. Around the cime of tin hill climb lux- with great knowledge and eal. jt lie j . e - tiie el e ip- t Mo ot uriant vines, and over all this arrange HUSTONV1LL.E, KY , Iu the vicmitj of his seed stores and ment of nature and art, art and iiatuie, Groceries, Hardware, stietches tho sprinyblue sky, full of va- the station Mr. Childs has devoted nine Dealer in acies to a beautitul nark, in which will lassvare, CutUry ia.lt ind pory places, too heavy for mists, too be found flowers and shrubbery arrang , ctvieensw.ire, .Yu'ior - u, xl ' iiu'ier' r t .t pocket Harnessund Con" tioneries liv;ht for elomN, too but Mailfc hu A No handles Moline Plow Chilled mil Stiti Cul- iiitpi'ii" ed in every shape, and of eveiy hue, to rlr keje tia:ors Double shovels Corn Plmteis II am come back with violets in hei bund, and ileliglit the eye; besides this, the giounds ; Mowers aud Hinders One him il irul Highost Market Prices. hfr lincer bet ween two paes. She holds covei an area of lot) neies, filled with f.uod. de'litere I invlu re ill the its and Ins d y I lead tho book the heay crops of everything in the leading tup iilc to Knwl.mil 1892. lines. ojien befoict me nittl 1872. seeds, bulbs and fruits. Think of .0 acres ".Now, luniks to Heaven' that of its of gladifitns bulbs, and ovcr thing elee Krace giown moie or less extensively' His Hath led me to this lovely place, iuiueiie tock of Fruit and Ointment il I rees, Jov have I hud; aud noma hence green houses enwr several acre, heated imand Plant. Prices 1 small KruitN, Shrn!i, bear away, m leconipense." low. We base no jjsi ami our profit cense and arranged in the best niauntu- lor the whete theirs bctin (.ennr.1 and strj berry I fold my manuscript and we loiter a piopjgation of plants, millions of them on application to e ir tl r I. r. up ft ..f ihe . (editors of Ah II HILLhNMrNFK I eslngtm. Ky little along the lakes and then pass up being prodiued annually, and 100.000 ot Mai inhp t .tfr r r ji pm uri 7 Iru f . i ul in Liui ulii coiinlc ' the path pointing away from the park. one kind being sold in a wason POSTED. We train the height of the lull .ind look Kveiy fruit that grows, every lower, Aci'CS. back. Close b"hind us comes the gat-- 1 that bloomn, from tire tiny mos to the I his Farm f. well nnrircve.1 'IhistMtue forewarns hunters, iikrnsruien and and ucll iviwt h ue others not tetrespa. on our Unas without per - and doner, his face iu a tiiumph, his gun at IllOSt COstlV ort'hld, call be found heir: 'I he duellingi.lill. ..i i ..oiiiinodiou- 1... uclllabuiltit It. ittu ii.i. . I...1. mission, as ml iu h will be prosecuted to the fullII WIIUIU i inn ier iiii it ui hi rs) UIVIMUH ' half mast upon hw arm ami thu dead Indies ewry year .Mr. ClnliM Smned atiuinu m tuicein unr narci -.- utaini. iu. ..re.. .i est extent of the law C. M. SPOOvAM(ltRK ' MnufMiorln lib hand. Mude laujsl.B wovoltlea to hin already replete Mock j b. nuuci: C j? riiOMASC. BALL. at my clouded face and then as a kind KloniIP.uk is a village devoted to one K""d I ir sdeth. Slrtl.KIIAlLF.V. of revengf I begin to criticise the slayer. ' biiEintS", and where everything that M KKLAND '"Brick.H0i.SC and Lotin Lancaster II W G A INKS. iui ttiitr Movn nine inn iiireiiuutl e Knees f lleieswiy IO It l.m oei iiniiiu. .uuie 1111111 Note necupii by II , M I iborti. dlu ton JAMKSt.lVhNS I S PHILI.lPs. is tho result of much kneeling to How- - --'00 peopbj aro employed duriiu the busy and ANT'lN UONACKbK ers, and the thought is so beautiful that sea-oCLARK UtnfH.s With their homes, the sued Two Vacant Lots in Same Block, the eonveiMtion rambles further with 'htores, the green houses, lumber mill e On which recently HOUSE. the gardener as tho topic. There is 'and a large building for printing, it socton ol illie liuusc sv.r. ssiU lliw burned .ly .m miHiit lot. glten imniedliiti lu.iw much that is praisowoithy about the makch a town of no sinall pretensions, couipliunce with teiuis of for this )i.ir, but iht piirclmM-tt lit Le mill,. F. II. RILEY.IProprletor, hoary old man. A man who keens so 'The Mavllower is issued hen monthly, lo the tintlrom Hint of purclutv. PiwMssinn of the Lincoln London, - - - Kentucky. close to nattiro that ho heirs her moan going to IJOO.OOO nib'eribers, and is by Risen it ol September ne.xt. CouiitY rarm will Ii turns cie'.h, tho rimaiuuer lit ii.il when downtrodden, wees her struggling far the best paper on floriculture J have inslallinittils nf 0 nnd months, bisinr)); 6 p, rci ul I have moved to my new llotel'and am better with briars and debris, anil who uplifts seen. All thu infounaliou an amateiii Intel est nnd prepared than ever to accommodate the public ' " f aliout barrels M. C SAUILM. Good Livery attached and every convenience d and aids in th" eirort to beautify hei, may need can bo gotten from it. Al, of COkN two Hacks of ..red. FRAVK UIEV ought not to be blamed for killing tho When you look over the list of Mr. II A and n SMOAIS for sale privately, closes homt'f. 11 I J. H. BAVGIIIAN, INSURANCE AGENT, he koi'S to take aim. I hoe lie won't hit him tho bird may hold the soul of a miserand cannot help his appetite, bo, the fish are protected. There are a ieat many in the lake anil ihey moe about the clear depths like tiny cmoeB of silver nnd 'old. trans-migrator- y first and last. Mr. Childs' catalo'ue is a thing of beauty, its tirst edition going lo 3IAAIIIKU, Ortke Hour 100,000 customers, and before the year ' OlvALsjr, Homoopathio Physiclnn, a ru.; 1 AT KKNllCKV to 3 h Eh tale of cultl " Abundance of water lor all purposes ' ai.a Is suitable for the Br..wiK of heirp.lolMCeo.coni and wheal he land Is s lo.atedH, hat il can be dmded and two fine Hie improtrmrnts are a laiire and ommodltMit dwelling, a roinrnient stock baru, trie iMMtai irwlt ol all kind,, in lor tutor matKH. apply to h II ION lS, Stanford. salon Soil I. fertile '""'' I . .c. ' tin m p m , S to - J D lONi.s, O KILr- - , Pinevillt g - - m .".'s n voir I. -- ! II. T. Ul SH, RFAI FSTATF sARFNT w ii.ii. SMbii Stanford, Ky. 1 111 ;reen-house- 11 W. GREElTI.fcTC, DOJNPT 1 FORGET k p- Staple Groceries, And Provisions, itin h" e- - i . u-- Orchard, Lawn, Garden. Cata-lagu- 1 ASSIGNEE'S SALE - HEAL ESTALE. I I T I i 1 Coiltaillillj; JI5 ' j I 1 Jg I 1 j THE RILEY i I I rent-1- 1I r One-thir- d c r U..CII. '', . hcII Mniruiej n.1 ciu ur from so to too Acre, -- ... ...... ...k.anM., ,c tuny of soil, thecoiitcnicKCiof turnpikes and thai buiitf markets rit;ht to our do. r, llwi arc hraper than lite Land, of any oilier t mini) ia the Mate I here is srarcel) a lami m ib essusi-tosvr t miles fiom a detail I he oumv is t lieeked ilh turnpikes rumsr e I w uot public rid en ine.ery ilireclion lerililj the coulils sent that ihiI Mitiadamuwl W'e hate the kaosulle llranch ot the I. A .V It K ditidins; the county from Kai 10 West ami the C S K k Irsmi Nsvrthlo Nulh. the K C. K. R IroiM this il.ic to Cincinaati, cru.sine ihe C A o at Vincheiter. siviak full aeiews to the ttotrkctsol es, u have three larce 'l,h,'l,c!,wcr,d: Mill, in the count) that zite os a market gram right at home ind the sc'vip lor al! our inent ol the hwmit 1111 rejlons ol Kastein and South eusletn Krittucky bv lailrostdi and the out let South bj railroads ha. created surh a demand for nil kinds ot cere il and wiust'ixler that wecan .carcely reiMiit eiMMiKh lor hoMeconaiimptian k Ihepeoplerc prssspcroos, cenerou. and kind, dieting 111 Christianilv aad education lime tt tint a net hborhiMsd in the coimly but has ;corj hutiTi anil s. Stanford the iiiiiat) seat of I11110I11, is a nro. permit little ell) ol about a.soo Inhah talits and is the urc it doorua) from the North and .Ninth Soulli and Ironi the NwtliweM to s,j,,hra,i, eat st md indiae as it ones faiu riht into the Ii.in 0111 of Ihe uudeteloped Hiouulaina of Southeaatern tvriilurkt 1.. L .ul .1.. Lit. ih. .&I11J.. Illi.u r.... region ul the Mate with railroads riiiinlne ihr. UKh it I ill points of the compass in a leu it nuturalh one of tliu beat loc itel towns In the .Smith for n ai iifaeimes aud oilier enterprises of majiiitu le Water Works arc no being agitated and right anoue uie town niiouti ul a ri.ile there iiiuld be i reeled Water Work. hiiIi set) i1ltle10.tth4tt.ould supply t cit) of loiirooin hibltaiils u ith the purest and svaicr in the tturld Our little, cits has been newly rebi lit in lie lil lew yeaiK.nm its business lioun-sari- l re. idem es still Cumjiate ttlth turifcr cities ol creator merchants -- ml triidiSR.eli aie Our pretension. W'e hate Iter all timsperuiit and doiuj; well bank, ttlth .1 c ipiul slock ol $400,000 that arc good condition jinnpnt. us and ill a r hate splendid m hoola We have .1 female College, a larjjr brick building, with ntcr inn pu nils in attendance' and mull r the prim .udi.lilp ot Prof. J M Hubbard, is in a llouri.liing conJi-tinWe iKohate a Seminary that is a ipiod sehoil, with I'rol It I llbikeniiinal its head W one of tho bird Public Sehwd buihliHi;s have till', ecliollof the Slate, with uver ioo nubtls in attciiil nice, ll'iil itli other Rood private si houls, you seu Our school facilities lire uxi diet II W' li.n r eleii.iiit biiti h biiilnms, representing every ueunuutiatioli.swlh a full lorpsin uitnisteni of fi4 ilass t ilenl and aredoinca better business than my clavsnl nun in the city. I Ii ive tiled to make' this .tatement a f icts, without ant exaggeration or coloruie, as iIiokj who know will be.ir ne out, and tho.u lmwlsh to buy pleasant homes at lair prices and locale amonu'affood people with all Ihe best surrcmncre lntf would do welt to cnll and see me before o ir having elsewhere .ir' rich iauiU, ruiinini; tn 1 ervi.Mii arm-he. I ..-..- .. llinr ,.1- , an ii.brr 1 ,1 1 ... VkMSf 1 i.m m.sin .u.mi) r..i j ,,ock, but bv Ihe stockbolde,,' liiblhty .mount e.,ual to the stock.se that driJeiUia 0" this In.tiimion are secured bv a fund TbaTk H .worn statements of , ,lU.lerach e,rto thethe condition of h, United State. ... -- n ..,.. a, F.airu liuir. by government agents, thus a Idililona and perfect sa(ct) lo deioitrs I his in.titulioii, oriuinall) established as th Deposit I'.auk of Stanford 111 iSjS, then lied as Ihe S itional Hank ot St.nfurd imj and again re organuedas ihe bir.lNatiun.il lUnk o( Slantiitd tn hashed luacticatlv an uninter- rupted extsirnr,r is )car Ills Utter supplied now with tactlitles for tran.actiHK business prompt ly and liberally than rser before in its lone and m count 01 corporal one. ndu- wisries, lirms resnertfullt solie. led I he Directo-- j l this liank is iomHMei ol I J. Foster, o(Sfunl; I'orestus Htsd, LiHtnlncouMty, J W. cAyden, Stinlard, b II llauzhasna, Lincoln fT" "an o.e,0-larintma- ..- -.I ,.. '.., .:.. 111 il 1 m ran.e, rail-iim- M.J 8 Miller, Mi '1 1 v Harm Lincsstaj; J.S docker bWssiwsl; CJ A. Lackey, I .Innate P I Ml, Stanford. W. 0 Wekh, Stanford, OKKICKKfc Vrw.n, ln-r- 1 1 W.l. late, Staafard '" J Hacker, Piue1nt; John j. McKabertss Caatwar; A. A McKltoitrv, Aaatsum Clstcr Farmers BanM Trust Co. til hlANIOkD, Ki Is ncrtv fully 01 Jlliued md lea ly f , 1 1 hiMil-lio- ,r biiamesi with Paid up Capital of - - Surplus sUCCFS-SOl- t $200,000. 19,000. NAIIONAI. inriv-iuiirti- h.l lo iho.e ttbo eatriisteiilheir bnlsitiess lo us Ahilc mnasiiiK tbc Lincoln N'jlioiial Hank ol Stanford, tt ewe here lender our niuns thanks aud trust they will continue to trans ut their business with us, ottering at a Euarautee for prompt attention to taina our twenty years' evperience in bankmc audas liberal mioiumoilatioii. At are with sound banking . . coti-syte- nt . OK SIAMokD wwclasiin up) with the same assets and under ,n me nini'fHnf m 11) provisions of it. chaiter. iltoo.iin.. ., Itilly irotectcd as aie depe-sitor- a 111 National Hanks, Its shaichnidrrs belli htld individually liable til the ctientol the amoiiniof their stock therein ul the par tabic thcteot, in addition to the amount invested in such shares It may Betas executor, admiiicstutor, trustic, Ac , as fully as n individual HNK to IHhl.lNCOl .. DtHSLTOKs: J 11 -- J. Willkims, Ml ernon; J. M Hall.Sluiiord; J S Owslej, Stanford, S J liinl.r), Stanford , I J K L)nn, Statitord; A. W. Carpenter, Mllledxevillc; J K niiiKhman, Ilitstnnville; J K. Cash, Stanford; , Wlllitin C.ooch,' Stanlord, Ky . II. Shanks, President. ' J II. Owsley, Cashie , W.M. Hrlsht, Teller 9J yr i- - a. K. 1 - J i L