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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1893 sem1893031001 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 1893 $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. 'f - ? i ' vol. xxi. Semi Weekly Interior STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. MARCH 10. 1893. DANVILLE. LIBERTY. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. H. court-hous- e Journal NO. 3 II. KING. GEORGE D. WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. PREWITT. V w & Kov. K II. Pierco Is assisting in a Your cornflpomluiit in back ogain On last Thursday night tho young Tho band has decided to give anothfolks had a hop in tho after a pletumnt visit to Cent nil Ken revival meeting in Somerset this week. hall er concert on tho 7th of next month. M. Block, Mm new dry goods mer- and enjoyed themselves till lato tucky. in tho Tho lumber is being placed on tho chant, IniH moved into tho Shindinbowor night. Miss Alice Moncriuf delivered an ground for tho now buildings to adjoin MOnEUAND, KY., rated lecture at thu M. K. chinch on residence opposito tho postollico. Strangers on arriving at this place tho National Bank. A son is a late arrival at tho home of must Take this method of informing the public that they will open in the Monday evening. understand that John W. WilkinRico Hiatt has been given a pension tast Saturday tho ground was whito Mr. and Mrs. 1). F. Login nod a daugh- son l.ns not ceased keeping entertain- at tho rato of six dollars :i month for innear future a well selected stock of with enow, but it Iirh disappeared and ter nl that of Mr. and Mr.?. L. 8. Logan. ment for tho public, hut only removed juries received during tho war. Thero will Im communion services his hotel to his own residence. spring weather pruvaila. Judge J. O. Hemphill has fold his Cinciiinatl, at Caldwell church, (Cumberland PresHer. Itobort Quale, of The board of tax supervisors mot pen of Buff Cochins to Dalby Bros., of And in the early Spring will add to their stock a line of Clothing, began a protracted mooting at tho Con byterian) this county, next Sunday. Al- here Monday but n quorum not being Ohio, anil shipped thorn Tuesday. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Millinery, &c. Our terms will so preaching at night. gregational church Monday night. present they adjourned until Tuesday R. D. Lusk, son of Alex. Lusk, died be cash or country produce and we will also take in exchange for Wm. Duncan, now of Louisville, morning and are no Monday was regular quarterly court session. It is in Laurel county on tho 7th and was goods Tan Bark, Whisky Barrel Staves, Hoop Poles and Hickory who went to Missouri LI years ago, has said that thoy are raising the valuation roHMtl and day. Judge Stinson buried in Lancaster cemetery on tho 8ih. Spokes. Give us a call and we will save you money. were been hero several days. Hu is connected on some of our citizens, which will no Deceased of about 10 civil suits. There was 22 years of age. with tho Dow Wiro Works of tho Falls doubt cause sumo crooked faces. 70 on thu docket. Charley Anderson, of Winchester, ia KIXTCS & Mrs. Sharp llerry is quite sick at her City. Since our last report marriaito licen- here this week. Mrs. Juliet Gill Rogers, Monte Fox will soon go to house- ses havo been issued to tho following homo near Mahan Station. Mr. and of Bloomington, Ind., is visiting her paMrs. John Boll Gibson aru vibiting her keeping In Col. James A. Fisher's prop- couples: William M. Lutterell to Miss rents on Lexington Ave. Miss Robin erly on Broadway. Mr. W. W. Wiseman Polliu M. Bird; George W. Foster to Miss mother, Mrs. A. J. Curd. son, of Campbellsvjlle, is visiting Miss and 1C. D. and wife will occupy W. L. Welsh's Birdio Tucker. Licenso was also issued Kllen Owsley. Messrs. G. A. Dunham to John Justice to marry a Miss Haiborn Perkins wont to Washington to sew G ro- propel ty on Third ttreet. Tho Union services will he hold at Mrs Fall, of Somerset, is here teach- a few days ago, and "thereby hangs a aworn in. Miss Birdio Keen, of Covver the Methodist church Sunday night with ington, is visiting her uncle, Mr. Dan ing mi improved system of tale." Two years auo the Circuit Court sermon by Raw J. R. Tercy. Dr. Young Are invited to. Serves tho people right. If Mahomet issued a btnch warrant injainst said Jus Is expected to preach Keen. at tho Presbyterian Tho board of supervisors met last won't go to tho mountains, thu moun- tice for unlawfully detaining a female church Sunday morning and conduct Monday and the usunl ninount of kick- tains haVMii right tocomu to Mahomet. fixing his bond at 5200. The warrant tho communion services. Messrs. Frank Gilcher and J. M. was never served on account of his keeping Is expected from partioi that the Mrs. Bettio Peacock died Tuesday at board concludes have not listed their Hackney left for Martinsville, Ind., on ing himself Hcarce. Just as tho license Gallatin, Tenn. She was the wife of Our store and see the great Wednesday to seek relief from rheuma- was issued to Justice, Deputy Sheriff W, Sam M. Peacock, property high enoutth. former postmaster at Mr. William Ulakely, of Pinovillo tism. Mr. ond Mrs. J. S. Chrlsman and Clay Adams, served the warrant on him. this place, who with nine small children spent Sunday hero visiting his boet girl Mr. II. O. Hodes aro expected home Justice, claiming that if he had tho op- survive her. At this writing it has not Klihu McFarland and James Grif- from Washington City, Friday. portunity that he could have tho bond been learned hero where the remains Addio Gilder, a negro woman, was filled out properly, insisted if Adams would be interred. t fiths broko jail aud eecapod ono ninlit Made in the display of our immense stock of week. McFarland was awaiting a deris- committed by Judge McFerran Monday would accompany him to the Brush John Harris, Leo Floyd nnd Mose ion of tho Court of A ppenls in his cape evening, in default of J100 ball, to an Creek country all would bo made right. Spillman, all negroes, who were arrested -IRiFETS of a life sentence for the murder of Dav- swer n charge of stealing various articles Adams, in tho goodness of his heart, not in 18D0 for stealinc wheat from tho -A(Jrilliths was in jail on charge of household aud kitchen furniture from wishing to interrupt tho happy nuptial Marksbury granary, will be tried at this id Hush. housebreakingIt is mud that William Ira Logan, who lives about a mile from proceeding, agreed, and they started. term of tho circuit court. Spillman turn-e- J Matting, &c, in the new room in the After getting out of town a6hortdistuuco McGraw, who is hero from Harlan conn Parksville. State's evidence at tho examining triJohn A. Jones, who was murdered Justice concluded to try tho speed of al and skipped out. Ho was recently arty charged with tho murder of James and robbed iu LouisvJIle a few nights Adams' line horse. For ono mile tho rested in Jessamine Middleton, could havu escaped, but ho county for Bteahng would not go, as ho sail he had not ago by a party of hack drivers, was well race was rather exciting, when Justice, chickens and brought back and placed The former Carpet Department has been shelved for our large Sho done anything and ho would not run known in Dauvilta. He was a tailor and finding that Adams' charge might in jail. until very recently worked fori, P. A. stock, which is second to none anywhere. For Gents', Ladies' and his own, dismounted, and not yet oil. Cat d of Thanks. It is tho general opinion of the bet- Marks. Ho was a good workman and a satisfied with the trial of speed, concludChildren's (Tq the Editor ot tho Interior Journal. ed to give tho deputy sheriff a foot race. ter clws of people of Whitley county well behaved man while hero. As I circulated the petition and securII. C.AJ. T. Mock sold this week So aw ay ho took through the brush up n that a brutal and outrageous murder was negro Payuo was to Orr fc Schwab, of La port, Ind., the hill. Here again he made a wrong reck ed her indorsements for the position of committed when tho at Crab Orchard, my sister- hung near Jollico, charged with a crimi- stallion Mimic, by Messenger Chief, dam oning- - The deputy is a trained Fishing Come and see us. Miss Kato Hays, now desires, nal asaault upon tho person of Miss Ce- tho dam of Prince Wilkes,-. for $1,150. Creek and his wind is hard . ..!,. I? t. Ill ....I.I m mjiu - .1. uariuui, or., oif to excel. After running about 150 yds. through me, to return her sincere thanks cil, as she has figured In eeveral all'.iird oumu jMriii-. Louisville, thu bay flllv Alethe-- i by Ah- - Adams was neck and tio with Justice, to her many friends of Crab Orchard that has placed her as a suspicious char viciuity, to you, sir, to the county acter, and County Attorney Perkinssays dallah Mambrino, for $2,350; ssmo to J. out of breath and temper too, and had and convict him brought T. Chambers, of DuBois) Ind., tho bay his hand on his fellow comrade's cravat. officials, to the bank officers and to the thnro was proof to WEThey had a short conference, concluded other citizens of Stanford and Lincoln out in the oxaudning trial, and that was tllly Men! by Mimic for$:i.000. Mr. Walter McFarland, who attend- toga no further and both returned to county, who so kindly endorsed her for what tho mob had to goon. Mr. Perand whose town. Justice now looks through a nar- the above position, and regrets that on kins Is a man that favors tho enforce- ed college hero In account of the present condition of her agree to residence was then In Owenshoro, was row window in Brown's establishment. ment of tho law and will never health (being greatly nlllicted with believes theio is a In town Tuesday for tho first time in letamingoif he And Gentlemen to call and see what the attractions are at rheumatism) that she will have to deHUBBLE. many years. Hois now a resident of to convict him. chance cline to longer bo an applicant for said Louisville. Mr. McFarland told the I. Quarterly meeting hero third Sun- position. So again thanking you one MIDDLEBURQ. J. that n yon hi? man from Mississippi day in this month. and all for your kindness to Miss Hays bearing the samo name as himself atMcClelland Wheat's stock of goods G. A. Swinebroad sold a work mule and your courtesy to me, I am very tended college at thu samo time ho did, has arrived aud ho has set up in the corLarge Store in Rowland, Ky. We never robbed Peter to pay Paul, to John llaney for $73. gratefully and truly yours, and that their fellow student, Adlai K. ner More near the Baptist church. S. K. Owsloy is feeding his fodder to but sell to one and all at the same per cent, and that is why we are R. II. Broxaugii. Movensou, (now distinA little daughtor of ThouiHs and AnJoe Iimbry's cattle at L'oc per shock. getting rid of so many of our nicest Spring Goods early in the season. guished them by referring to thu i nie Hicks was badly scalded last week IN MEM0RIAM. Miram Luce has been very sick of Dress Goods Macgrcgor Cheviots, Surges, Henriettas, Black man as "Handsome McFarland," by tho overturning of a tea kettle of boilla grippe for a fow days. Leo Stono is Lawns, Whie Lawns, Satin Glorias, French Ginghams, Creylocks, Mies Sallie A. Reid departed this life und to himself as "Ugly McFarland." ing water. moving to Stanford. Nasteds, Woolens, &c, Ho said that ho met .Mr. Stevenson Feb. 23, 1S93. Sho was born Dec. 20, Dahlia Cloth, Zephyrettes, Chameleons, John and Xelson Wilcher went to J. U. Gentry is out again after hav- 1819, near Old Paint Lick church in Gar- Silk Nouveantic and Passementerie, Francaise Trimmirgs, Linen Tortraveling last summer and that I.eo county last week to look over a while ing been confined to his room with shin rard county. He father was Alex Reid, chons, Automatic Embroidery, Valencein Laces, &c, Hosiery, Lawhich they they had a hearty laugh over "hand- gles for several days. largo body of tanbark timber Largest line of Ladies', Children's and Men's of that neighborhood, and her mother dies' Vests, Belts, &c. lately bought of thu M. J'llen Coal and some aud ugly McF.irluud" and other James Hlackerby's little child has was Miss Maria Thompson, of Lincoln Ties in the country. stock of Buell & Son's, W. L. Dougromeniscences of their collego days. Timber Co. been very low of pneumonia, but Dr. county. Both her parents died while lass, Mcintosh, Selz, Schwab & Co.'s SHOES are all on the road to 0. It. Carson bought of Kev. J. X. Keid reports it somo better at this wri- she was young I DIDN'T MEAN TO TELL. a girl and she made her our Emporium in Rowland, Ky. These goods are direct from the Bowling his property adjoining Jnnie ting. homo with a half sister near Stanford largest factories in the East. Vet, my lipi have ipokcn, . HATS of all sizes and styles in abunwill not Ibom S. Ball cut his hand very badWash Institute for 51,000, and Words t tnJ thy ihouM not tpcal, until the marriage of her sister Maria to dance and lately purchased of ly while trimming grape vines a few movo to tho farm ho And I would I could r ceil them Benj. P. Hawkins. Since that time, nays ago. Dr. Kinnaird dressed the Would I had not bwn oo weak. J. W. McWhorter. 1850, she has been with this sister. Oh, that one uagarded moment! At J. W. McWhorter's salo Friday wound. Several years ago she met with an acVer it mine to live again, everything Bold very high. Corn brought Thomas Smith has handed in his All the itieoKllt of it temptation cident in Somerset, Ky., that left her in :2.5T per barrel; six yearfrom $2.50 to resignation as toll gate keeper on the The most elegant line of Gents' CLOTHING in this section will Would appeal to me in vain. shattered health. This was followed by ling mules wero sold at $52 per head; 5 Hush Branch pike. He will move to True, my llpi have only uttered an attack of pneumonia two years ago soon be opened in our house. We can knock out the jobbers in the colts from 170 to $120. Ono our village. What ever In my hurt, and she had since been a confirmed in- line of GROCERIES. We bought largely in this line of goods early I am happy when twtide you. niaro in foal by Kaglo Donmark brought We thank our friends for their past patronage and valid to the day of her death. She bore in the season. HUST0NVILE. Wretched when we are apart; $127. Thero were other horses sold, but hope by fair dealing and polite tredtment to have a continuance of the burdon of these years of nflliction Though I Iittcnto your praliei we failed to get the prices. Tho salo Tho boys who took part in the bur- with Christian fortitudo, patiently endu their valued patronage. STEPHENS & KNOX. Alwjyi longer than I ahould, wero a numwas well attended and thero lesque entertainment last Friday night ring what was to her the will of the Yet my hurt can never hear them ber of Lincoln county gentlemen iu atHalt at oltcnasit would! are in sack cloth nnd ashes. Some of Lord. Sho was a member of the Hangtendance. MEN'S AND BOY'S their best girls have given them thu ing Fork Presbyterian church, exhibAnd I would not, could not, pain you; John V. Coffey, who has somo 150 Wojld not tor the world offend; cold shoulder since and they can't bear iting in her life those graces that I would not hate you know I like you lambs, found one some time ago with its to hear "please don't whistle." Jim Reid exalt the Clirisiau character. While Ai a brother, a a friend; hind legs fro.an off near tho knees. lie has never stopped saying ugh hugh since denied for years attendance upon tho llut I meant to keep one aecret and invented a wont to work at once In my bosom always hid. that awful night, and his dearest hopes services of the sanctuary, sho eagerly pair of wooden ones und attached to it, For 1 never meant to tell you are lost in the sad rofrain. embraced every opportunity to enjoy That btrd you but I did. which he Bays answers its purpose splenArthnr Carpenter has accepted a the ministration of Christ's ministers in l'rlntld in affectionate remembrance of a loving position as salesman for Mr. Feld. the didly. John is a democrat and will apher sick room. Hor faith in God was ply for a patent on his invention as soon wife, irom her own selections. new merchant. Mrs. Nannie Owens has strong and her soul fed upon the rich an oxtra as President Cloveland calls This novel method was adopted by a goneto Harrodsburg.foronlyaBhort time promises of His word and was satisfied session of Congress. o bright girl to get rid of a beau who per- we hope. Miss Sophia Fishback of She approached the valley of the shad John R. Jonei left for Texas last sisted in staying very late. Shu gave is visiting the Misses Logan. Mr. ow not as one who fears, but as ono who Thursday and Talbott Itoss and John him a paper and pencil with ono of her Bruce is visiting In Perry ville. Rex Reid expected to pass through the gloom into Tinsley took train Monday for Indiana, sweetest smiles: "Now make a row of has turned his attention to cultivating tho the heavenly light beyond. In tho eve' where, they with their families will make JUST IN elo ven ciphors; now make a perpendicular fruits of tho earth and we trust he may uing ot her life the shadows were disst their future home. It seems that old mark downward on the right of bo able to Cain any ono who might raise pated by Christ's presence and she ap the first Casey is about to be deserted entirely, cipher; upward ontherightof thefourth; an objection. proached the grave not like "a quarry though a very largo majority of those downward on the right of the fifth; upslave, scourged to his dungeon," but Rohkut L. O'Brien, who has been Mr. who have left us lately were republicans ward on the right of the seventh nnd Cleveland's private secretary, has been sustained by an unfaltering trust, and we can very well afford to bo with-p- eighth; downward on the tenth. The appointed excutive clerk at tho White "As one who wraps the drapery of his them, especially at the next elec- marks should be half an inch long." coucn about mm, tion. She asked him to read what he had House And lies dowu to pleasant dreams." There are said to be some half dozen The free gold in Uncle Sam's strongwritten. The effect was electrical. Tr May those who so long and tenderly box is down to a beggarly $2,000,000-t- he applicants for the poatoflice at Yosemite. it.-- Ex. ministered to her wants with loving so mark it has reached lowest M.S. McMullin seems to have a strong Having lost nearly all my stock by recent fire, I have just backing and wo Are betting on him, tho' Heat unto our souls! 'tisiall we since the resumption of specie payment licitude find consolation in the thought that she is now at rest with those gone McDaniel, a very worthy wantthe end of all our wishes and pur- on January 4, 187!). at old stand with MisaMattio -- DuBiNg the 52d Congress 425 house before, whose forms crowded upon her is in tho ring, and'there are suits; we seek for it in titles, in richea young lady, faded vision before she died, and may those who have wagered their last shirt and pleasures climb up after it by am- and 235 Senate bills and joint resolutions they have her faith in God that they on her chances. It is hard to tell, in bitioncome down again and atoop for became laws, making CC0 acta put on the may meet her these days of uncertainties in matters of it by avarice try all extreme; nor ia it statute books as the result of the work School Supplies, Stationery majority of these "Where no storms ever beat on the glit- And Chemicals, Latest Toilet Articles, will win. till after many miserable experiments of the Congress. A a political nature, who s drug store ' I shall be pleaseverything to be found in a and that we are coaviaced, at last, we have measures were of interest only to in- While tering strand,eternity roll." the years of ed to see all my old custmers and as many new ones as will favor me, Secretary Carlislo received thoTreas-ur- y been soeking everywhere for it but dividuals or localities. W. W. B. Admlniatra-tionjwith Assuring them James Matberly was tried at Springfrom the Republican where there is a prospect of finding it; gold, exclusive and that is, within ourselves, in a meek field for the murder of J. J. Holliday in only $1,250,000 Harrison was given May, 1891. Ho was convicted and his quite an ovation when he returned as a of the reaero fund and a net cash bal- and low disposition of heart. Sterne. punishment fixed at confinement in tho private citizen to bis home at Indianapance of only $25,500,000, of which Claims against the United States are penitentiary for life. Matherly was d olis. 000 is in National Bank depositories, A great throng bade him welcome pending in the court of claims aggregat once before, when bis punishment and he was given a grand reception at $11,000,000 in subsidiary coin and $500, New Block Opposite Court House, Stanford, Ky. ing $77,831,000. the State House. was fixed at death. 000 in minor coins. KING & PREWITT, GROCERIES AOT HS.RDWiS.HE, n dis-pose- PUB WITT. drehs-makin- YOU IMPROVEMENT - c B A KSMKNT. Fine Footwear, &. -- out-win- d post-maste- r ') in-la- fox-hunt- -- a .- It-- 1 iDVlElEANOIE BN. 1850-57-5- 3, WANT : 400 : LADIES STEPHENS & KNOX' vice-preside- nt I Mlhsis-hipp- BOur I Below : Competition. 1 CLOTHING! H. Das-vill- New Stock, New Styles, J. McROBERTS. ut NEW DRUG STORE. low-wat- er 3 NEW GOODS, FRESH DRUGS, first-clas- l nt $11,-W- Prompt Attention and Lowest Prices. W. B. lCoROBZltTS, W con-victe- A' b''k.f.'IiLlk?. i j a-- . li-'l- i. - - ' . iW T I! , rX ..MJlkJjV i i ' "-- S.-- ."' iy rv "(f ' WV "" tj'Tt'" ffjt ". - r" jp ' ?y w$ - - -- r Semi-Week- ly Interior Jquknal Stanford, Ky., -- Thk Senate after being quornmlesa for nearly a month, drew itself together on Wednesday and resolved to adjourn sino die May 11. It is hoped that it is in March 10, 1893 earnest and that it can get tho House in the samo mood. Wo have had n littlo too much of such muchness as tho legislature has riven us for tho last 15 months, especially since it costs 51,000 a day. Mrs. Mary J. Bigger, mother of Rev. I. D. Bigger, of Tiffin, O., wus burned to death nt Chicago by tho explosion of nn oil stove. W. F. WALTON. SIX r lv I- - , v h. r ered by tho Louisville Times' managing in the trenches are almost editor, Mr. R. W. Brown, while in WashThe boys ready to forgive Mr. Cleveland for refer- ington, is rather gauzy. Mr. Cleveland ring to the "demoralizing madness for wouldn't submit to its dictation a minspoils," when they conaidor hia remarks ute if there are those foolish enough to exgo into such a thing as tho barter and against "wild and reckless pension which overleaps the bounds sale of oilicef. It wont go. penditure, serof grateful recognition of patriotic The SiukingFund.Uommisuioncrs have uses the vice and prostitutes to vicious generous impulse ordered tho attorney general to bring be peoplo's prompt and country's suit at once against tho Mason & Foard to aid those disabled in their Co., lessees of the penitentiary, for all defense." Mr. Cleveland had tho couro sums due the State on their contract. age to veto the pauper pension bill This is what should have been done at enacted during his first administrato stand first, if the matter could not have been tion and he still has backbone settled otherwise, without making so coolup for tho people against the coflee two quote. We much ado about it. ers and bonnty jumpers. Tho ponsion boys. outbusiness has grown to be the most The dead body of a giant wild man Russia, with millions of starving poor, rageous and scandalous raid on the keens on hand a reserve fund of $423,- - was found in tho big woods near Gallatreasury ever perpetrated under the 000 for war. How much better would it be tin, Tenn., Sunday. Ho was 7 feet high to guise of law. if the government would sco after these and weighed 300 pounds, nt least a disunfortunates, beat its swords into pru- patch says so. Tns ungodly weather that comes with ning hooks and its spears into plow Mrs. A.L. Brown, daughter of Chief the 4th of March' in general ami tne shares and learn of war no more. Justice Melville, is dead at Chicago from the last one in particular, has revived blood poisoning, resulting from an operpresidesire for a change in tho date of Speaker Davis, of thoTenneesoo House ation performed at tho birth of her child r dential inauguration. To that end who was lecontly debarred from practic all-wo- ol introduced a joint res- ing law on account of crooked dealings two weeks aco. boy Sherman has Sam Clay, who stole $7,000 from Tom olution providing that tho terms of tho with a client, refused to resign and was Shannon, n while in New and of the incontinently fired by a vote of 73 to 8. president and last, lias been caught in York in Octobnr e 54th Congress shall continue until noon Mr. Trousdale was then chosen to Knoxville. Hois a Bon of Mr. Samuel tho Senators of April 30, 1S97, that over tho body. Clay, of Lexington. whose terms would expire March 4, 1S97 Tho Vanderbilts have secured a moNEWSY NOTES. shall continue in office until noon of nopoly of the railroad entrances to New April 30, and that that time shall hereYork City, but it is hoped they will not Mrs. John W. Jones and daughter after be substituted for March 4, as the adopt as their motto the old man's re commencement and termination of the were burned to death at Clarksville, mark, McCormack Bros, sold to J no. Woods tho public." .Wli, Tenn. official terms of the president, Gov. Isaac P. Gray, of Indiana, is to of Garrard, 100 owes with lambs thrown The National League base ball sea senators and representatives in be Envoy Extraordinary and Minister in at $4.50. son will open April 27 and cloao Septem congress. M. Smith Baughmau bought of J. K. Plenipotentiary to Mexico at n salary of ber 30. 1 high and a black jack $17,500 per annum. This Ijeats a CabiThe democratic caucus of tho U. S. A Cincinnati lady created consider Mr. finely bred, for $700. net .dace out of sight. Senate reorganized by able excitement by appearing on tho Wool. I want to buy 100,000 lbs At Lancaster, Pa., a lot of sports were chairman, and Mr. Faulkner, Gorman, mark-e- t or street in crinoline. or more of wool. Will pay higheat caught fighting chickens in the steeplo secretary A committee, ot wuieu cou;i-tA. T. Nunnolley. Even Portland, Me., has gone demoprice. Blackburn was made chairman, was cratic, that party electing n mayor by a of a church while the preacher below nntitv fair i already in ti... of organizatho sinners to turn from was imploring appointed to report a plan .riM, mlvHrtisini: matter. lis' .i... iui.i close vote Tuesday. I he sto k of their paths of wickedness. tion. Senator Martin, of Kansas, was There were 30 late nominations sent exhibition will be Sept. Georgo Green, of Brooklyn. Ind., is member invited to tho the only populist C. M. Spoonamore bought of Janus to the Senate by President Harrison that searching for hia wife who has lied with caucus and he was present. Considera- failed of confirmation. Pepples, the noted saddle Riallion, ScreaEd Fields aud Dan Hicks. This is tho opposition to the sentinj of Senators ble By actual trial in New York it has mer, for $300 and will eland him this annointed bv Governors in Wyoming been found that a siugle mouse can put first time on record of a women eloping ami anil two men. Both men leave families. (.ni.n ,.'. wn ilevoloned and it i3 an elephant to llight. R. P. Todhuntcr has purchased of will be denied seats. The body of Walter Houston, n likely that they of Milwau fudge Jnmrs G.Jenkins, Tettit, his lUOacre Fayette county Columbus, Ohio, contractor, Win. Judge W. (. Gresham nrominent dem- kee, will succeed farm, lying six miles from Lexington, From A iter an interval of 32 years the was found on tho roadside with his the Jesse D. Wearcn store room to our present place of busi- bench. $125 per acre, a total of $42,500. ocratic party is agin in tho saddle in on the circuit throat cut from ear to ear and a bullet at I have rented the Pence track and ncss and have arranged it Gen. T. T. Eckert was elected presithe executive and legislative branches of in his head. It was a case of murder. will handle trottera for speed. Thoso now its nrst dent nnd L't'npr.il manaeer of tho Wes the government. It has While seated in a park in Pittaburg having stock of this kind will find it to chance in all these years to redeem its tern Union Telegraph Co. Miss Rosie Rutzler and James Gill were The number of post offices in the attacked by an uuknown person. Both their interest to see inc. Tom Yeager. promises and restore the government to ocUnited States increased from 53.990 in the people. Will it bo equal to the of their throats were cut and tho young Wanted. To buy all the wool in of 1SS9 to GS.033 on the 4th of March last. is dead and the vlcinitv of Shelby and Junction casion or ngaiu. demonstrate the truth lady was shot. Miss Rutzler Eight thousand' people attended the ..Where we can olTer yon... for which I will pay tho higheet Gen. Grant's remark that "the demoGill will dio. 0 market price, delivered at Shelby CitJ. always be relied on to inaugural ball and paid So apiece or cratic party could Bobert Fitzsimmons, tho champion I. S. Tevis. in all, enough to defray all expen- middle-weigmake a fool of itself at the proper time?" of tho world, knocked out Wood-warJ. K. Baughman bought at One thing is certain, it will not if Grovcr ds. James Hall, of Australia, in tho fourth A Shanklen's tale at Lexmgton a Frank Eck, while insanely jealous, round at New Orleans, The winner Cleveland's advico is followed. cut his wife's throat and then his own in captured a purse of $40,000, tho largett n.i u':n...o a,.,ii;nii fnr nbout i'GO. M. Hon. Josiah Quincy, of Massachusetts, Chicago. They died about the tamo S. Baughman bought at the same sale n fcarThc.se goods 'a ill be sold regardless of cost, Wc mean what over fought for, secretary of time. has been appointed assistant saddle btallion, the pedigreo of which we say oratorical conThey have to go. Tho will appear in our horse columns. State. He is a graduate of Harvard, a Austin GibbonB knocked out Mike test between the representatives of Cen on-- Our stallion, Naboth, will make lawyer, member of tho National demo- Daly in the 31st round at New Orleanc tral Kentucky, Centre College, Kentuc ly a very short season aud then he will cratic committee and during the late The fight in a measure was a disappointky University and Georgetown College al' campaign was chairman of the commit- ment. be put back in training. Ho will be will take place Friday evening, April 7, and if you He seems tee on campaign literature. lowed to eew only 25 mares Mike Hertin, aged 22, was arrested the Lexington opera horse. to be a good democrat and might with Friday at Lowisburg, on a charge of at want a season to him you hail better Fifty engineers and firemen of the have been given the ilrqt in- bastardy preferred by Miss Annie Evans, propriety Bpeakatonce. J. K. & M. S. Ilauiili-maToledo, Ann Harbor and North Michistead of the second place in the premier- aged 40. to gan railroad have struck. Attempt ship. Ben Bright bought of Ike Dunn 100 M. L. Baker, a patient at the Central proved fruitless settlo their differences mountain ewes with lambs at $5.25. Far-ricommitted suicide by A celeiiratkd chemist testified in the Lunatic Asylum, and the Grand Mabtera of the two broth& Whitley bought of Win. Snow f nave jiibt received a new oarrci each o! Upcn Kelt e gave N f) Aln ic. whisky trust inquiry the other day that cutting his throat. An,tendant erhoods ordered tho men out. 1,300 cattle at 4c. T. F. Alexauder, of ses. Sorghum and Caramel Syrup; also pure Maple Syrup, Huckwlicat essences used him the kuifo. a teaspoonful of any of the At last all the election returns are -- ?Hogh Burke, n mgro, was fined Huckwhcat Flour, Hams, Shoul-der- s Mercer, sold to Kidd for Lehman of Bal- and Graham Hour in bulk, in adulterating liquor weald kill n man. complete and show that Cleveland reSide Meat, Hrcakfast Hacon. Hroiling Heef, Canned Roast, Corn for assaulting Ollie Hughes, a white ceived 5,551,561, Harrison 5,15S,S7l, timore, (H cattle averaging 1,475 pounds, will not deter the average guzBut this given at 4S0. Wyatt Huehea sold to Ike and Cupped Heef Mackerel and Pigs' Feet in barrel, Hyman's mix-czler from continuing to guzzle, even if girl, at Owingsville. He was then Weaver 1,051,105, Bid well 270,817, Wing and Cucumber Pickles in barrel, Queen Gage Plums, Red Cherries mule colts at $15. Advocate. the whole teaspoonful was concentrated three aud a half years in the peniten? (Socialist) 21,221, scattering 70,970; total, Dunn 5 Blackberries, Sweet Potatoes, French Peas, Van Houten's Cocoa' to tiary for perjury. in one glasB, instead of being mixed all States and all candidates, 12,136,592. MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. The report of the scb committee of kill by degrees as surely, if more slowly. Property in Covington to the value the Joint Prison Committee of tho Ten- of almost $300,000 was destroyed by fire. Tho House adopted an amend ment Legislature finds that tho treat- The Fred f. Meyer manufactory, the to the husband and wife bill giving tho When Mr. Cleveland delivered his nessee ideas of civil servico reform to the hun- ment of convicts at tho branch prisons is Prague vt Matson tobacco warehouHe.the wife absolute control of all her personal Of Teas and Coffees. We will have a lull stock of Seed Potatoes and a disgrace to the State. dreds of thousands shivering Capital tobacco works, the Central Chris- aud real estate. Garden Seeds, the best varieties. Have already bought and will be The majority of the committee in- - tian church and three or four frame Snowden Roads, 77, and Mrs. Kczi- able to give you some low prices. last SUurday, there was a general deMabon ah Campbell, 75, were married in sire to give expression to the unuttered yefatigating the United States Treasurer dwellings burned. the old mugwump." Each reports lhat there will, at the end of the remark, " leading trustee in county: It is tho groom's Mini aim ine II. II. Kohlsaat, person who supplies the selected miss- present fiscal vear. be a deficiency of Gov. MeKinley'd financial affaire, says bride's second matrimonial venture. Charles Kleba, a widower of 51, and ing word in that remark will be entitled from 30,000,000 to $40,000,000. that if volunteer aid comes to the GovThe House has fixed the penalty for ernor for two more weeks as it has done Mrs. Auotena Hoffman, u widow of 15, subscription to this paper. to a year's BUY THK CELF.HR AT12D striking or wounding a person with a for Borne time the whole debt will be will bo married at Ottenheim Sunday The U. S. supremo court has decided "colts," brass knuckles, "slung-shot,- " contributors Both of the contracting parties are Gerwiped out. Many of tho etc.. ot a fine of not less sign themselves "a free trader," "u lifein the St. Louis case that a city is enti- "sand-bog,- " mans. tled to collect j a year rental for each than S100 nor more than $10,000. The lower House of tho legislature long democrat," "a laboring man," and telegraph post in its limits. This will If sixty days of Legislature cost In- the like. passed a bill to prohibit the marriage has to render give the future groat $75,000 of the Wes- diana $102,000, how much will two yeais Joseph Bertie, a young Zanesyillo of first cousins and another tern Union's money and that bloated of Legislature cost Kentucky? This" is a Ohio, attorney attempted a flirtation null and void a marriage of a male under problem that might be put in the new corporation will have to pay fully ultli Mm. Wellston. who made out as if 14 and a female under 12. annually, for such privileges in school arithmetics. Louisville Post. While in Atlanta Belling a car load sho enjoyed it. Berue made an enMrs. Elizabeth Stillbank, of Indian-upoli- s gagement to call and did so, but his time of mules John Allison, a htockmim of all the cities. is laboring under a peculiar halu-c- i Nicholasvillo. who hns a wife aud sever His recent trip to Washington in quest nation. Sho imagines that she gave was spent with tho lady's husband and al children at tho last named place, took parlor and of office must have made Bro. Richard- Piesident Cleveland $2,000 to be engaged father who met him in the unto himself another wife, n wealthy Olive Points, three for Si. fearfully horsewhipped liim, and Glasgow Times, very humble son, of the for Baby Ruth and that her as a nurse bodily into tho Btreet. widow. His friends in order to prevent throw him and contrite. Says he: "Obeying the relatives are keeping her away from punishment fcr bigamy have had him scriptural injunction, wo turn the other Washington aud the dear baby. declared a lunatic. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. cheek to a certain newspaper man who Tho report of tho Stato Inspector of ass. Thanks, has no wings at all, but he A intimates that we are an ForSai.k. A good saddlo stallion, Miues shows that during 1S02 there was gets there Just the saine brother, thanks." an increase of 1.593,225 bushels in the cheap. M. S. Baughuian. Isaac Shelby sold to Wilson, of Boyle For a rather narrow minded partisan, production of bituminous coal in Kentucky, an increase of S,733 tons of cannel a bunch of fat cattle at President Harrison gave the country as coal and of 4,107 tons in tho production Iloldnm & McCluro sold to W. I. possatisfactory administration as McjClNNEV, Ky., Herrin a lot of fat heifers at 2j. sible to give under the circumstances of coke as compared with 1S91. best shipping cattle Representative Holman, issues a In Cincinnati and be retires to private life with the S sheep 51, 4. and respect of the people, statement concerning the appropriations bring 5p, do., hogs and goodwill of the 52d Congress. He shows that Eromett McCormack bought of A. F. without regard to party. mare mules Is keceiving His they aggregated $1,020,822,094, or Moberly a pair of Having loo much other buiinoi on hand lo icr after it pioperly, I will ncIl my Favorite Mill at less than thoso of the 51st Con- ior $240. Thk cabinet appointees were of course M y.L.'int. Thnu hjvi. a cnacitv nf en Larrelc T. J. Foster has sold his stock in tho of Hour per day and are in jjoo'J repair. I will cll promptly confirmed by the Senate. They gress. The appropriations of the last uown ior cam, ujuhu hi uurio took the oath of office and ussumed Congress necessitated bv legislation of Drovers' Stock Yards at Cincinnati at lor months, with interest, or alt in real Mtatc VS Goods Warranted and a Perlcct Fit Guaranteed K L TANNKR, McKiuney. mo j the 51st aggregated $154,175,010. $112.50. their duties at once. UIVC me : PAGES. EVERY DPK.IXD-A.'X'. pointments aliened to have been discov Tuat combino to control Federal ap out-rag- Secretary Carlisle, hns accepted tho offer of the Denver banks to exchanco $1,000,000 in gold for n like amount of treasury notes. Mrs. Georgo Hurst, widow ot Sena tor Hurst, is tho most heavily insured woman in the world. Her policies aggregate $500,000. Gov. Turney, of Tonneaseo, is still seriously ill at his Winchester homo, and now despairs of ever being able to go to tho Stato Capital. At Columbus, Chio, a colored boy aged 11 killed Stanley Hott, five years, in order to coma into possession of the latter's pretty, new top. Commerce Commis Tho Inter-Slatsion has ordered the L. & N. to cense charging the Gerke Browing Co. a groat-e- r amount for tho short than tho long haul. The Lexington grand jury has indicted GO saloon keepers for selling liquor unlawfully and has returned 53 Indictments for the salo of cigarettes to o COIWCIIVCt Immense Mne of Clothing, SHOES and BATS. Our buyer left tor New York and will send An : ELEGANT ASSORTMENT. Pries as usual will LOWER THAN ANY ONE r Else can 5c pieces fine fancy Calico at will offer for this week a yard. 25 pieces fine fancy Dress Ginghams at 7 l2c Have just received and placed on sale 50 Men's fine Spring Suits. pay you look at them It will Mothers, Now is Your Chance to Pick Your Sen-nto- book-make- r, a new Suit. All new shades and, a special strictly light color at $5. Don't forget us. Suit t, pro-sid- THE LOUISVILLE STORE. 15-- vico-pres-de- nt, "Dn HIVE MOVED 20-2- CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, HL "CTjc SSafcLlC-f-S Lit-ie- s, S4,-00- ht d BARGAINS'. HIGGINS & inter-collegiat- e VanARSDALE. u. s M'KINNEY BRO'S self-risin- g "" 2,-0- d WE KEEP THE BEST BRANDS McKINNEY BROS. ollice-seek-e- VULCAN Chilled Plow. $200,-000,00- 0 Every One Warranted. W. H. WEAREN & CO. H.G.RUPLEY,-- - after-ward- s jail-bir- d 2. s FAVORITE MILLS, FOE; SALE. il IPmhmi$iSInwA WIOTJEHB 2 tj $S,-802,- 872 d onr-na- FAM GBS call. '.: ' ., vf - j 5S- -i f Qttr KJ .T SST;.ilp-F-- . it Semi-Weekly 3 thoio shades and the widths aro unusual, OLD BARRELS. SEASON. being Hometinies 10 and 12 inches. Tut to a New and Valunblu UaolVltli a o Thero nro many new black nets shown IiiRcnulty. Stahford, Ky, 31 aucii 10, JHD3 PREPARING FOR THE FINAL now, and it is find they will bo largely BRILLIANCY OF COLORING WILL PREOld barrels may bo nindo good uso of, Schedule Dec 18, 1891. used to make summer gowns whero the VAIL IN CHEVIOTS AND SERGES. GAYETIES. as tho accompanying illustration shows. underdress will be princess, and thi LEAVK NORTON DAILY Anybody clever at homo enrpentcring W. !P. WALTON. laco will hang lcoso from a yoke. 7:00 a. m for can doviso ninny ways of using thctn. anil all stations FlatGraham. Uluefielil, I'ocahontaa Ir. Willie VunilerMH'a flown Mlaa The silk figured drniory nets aro made Tlirafl Ntiild Old (iuoiti Show i Tcml-uc- y Top and I'ocahontaa Divia Toward frivolity With Their IJota ami Tho cabinet of shelves hero shown is ion. Monn'a lttiK'liiftCotuino New Velln nml 4Ti inches wide for tho purposo.nnd there A (5. Lanhnn. Jehn II. Cattleman 12:04 nocrn, for Wucfiold, Uadlord, Roanoke, Klecka Several Cliurmlng Moilclf Tor built of well selected barrel heads, whoso Lynchburg, Richmond and Norfolk. AIo (via the Ijiteat In Kprlnn lreaa flooili aro other nets whero t'io figure is plnin pnrts are held together by a broad cleat KoantAr) for Washington, Hacctatewn, Harris-outI.I gilt and InrxpeiiKlto downy. . nnd open, liko fish net and Kussian. NarIn Tinlnl I'hiladelphiaand New Ycrk. SIpiiK Cart ItoiiLoub-villetoThe nppronching season, tho New York ICopyrlKht. IMO, by American I'rtm ArwicIa-tlon- row velvet is needed as trimming at tin folk via i? Norton and Radford; alio Radlord , bottom. Tho new veils In purple, blue Snn declares, will Imj ono of exceeding New ork, via Shenandoah Junction, also R and green uro really beautiful in spite of brilliancy nnd extravngnnco in color eflord to W ashlngton; also from Lynchburg 10K 11 Tho last linll of tho sonson mono. their high colors. Thero is nlso n now fects. Even tho cheviots havo caught tlioiirottifstuml riclioHt gowns aa Train lor Pochontaj. will leave Illuefield daily at Powhatanand Ooo.. well rta tho lirnt. It'tloca uot nmttcr ko cliiiTonVell, which is very becoming, nml tho crazo nnd flaunt n jwrftct abandon6 10 a in, 830 "a m.To. piuandjiopm. mticli whnt goes between. Wo reiiiem-lio- r widest of all nro tho grenadino veilingi ment of color, nnd tho staid serges, long Leave JlTuiliehl 6 in a m daily for Kenovaand Coliimlua, fj. Arrive Columhua q 15 p'm only tho first and last. Hlto tho first with plaid borders. Black veils with vnlued for their sobriety, show a reckAdditional traiua for Welch and Intermediate nnd last clap of thunder, and forget nml without dots nnd figures nro ulwnyt less tendency to frivolity, with their dots lUtion 011 Llkhorn Lave lliucfield 03 m and popular, and 1 saw somo round veils in nnd flecks of colored silk. p m dally, thoso that intorveno. 5 a raina arrive at Norton Irom the Eaat dally at nnd &OASTLEMAW ftB And did over any one neo bucIi dreBsea chnntillythowith exquisite Iborders have A pretty model for ono of tho plain 4'j ji i. aiiu I3HD m. dots in center. I think should onr inouisttn nro allowing us no Forilurtlier inloim: a ,n S..I.A.4..1-- nursing gowns, for which thoy nro Ac. apply to agent of Norfolk A Western Rail! MANAGERS, Ono given uh a Josc))i!no waist of velvet called theso mask veils, as thoy nro only adapted, hns n full, short skirt, road or to W. II I1KVI LL. about largo enough to cover tho face. draped with Bilk tissue, and with trimmed with five graduated rows of w... "siitMiatice, va. Oommorce 'Building, Louisvi lie Among tho more expensive laces were horculcs braid, u short, round bodice, licit and aloovo loops, and n skirt o( novelties in pattern and design in edged with tho braid, nnd opening in cropo do cliino, with a stingy little gold ninny Agents throughout the South, point alencon, lierre, argentln brusscls graceful rovers over a bit of red silk embroidery and ruflloat tho bottom. .IF YOU ARE GOING. Another shows Komcthing that has point and combinations of effect of black crossed with tho braid in narrow lines. ZtOOAl Afftnt, survived tho mold TBXSBLZ, nnd tuildow of cen- nnd whito or cream or bourro shades. Full sleeves havo a turned back cuff of or turies and is as freh and bright as if Tho difference in cream nnd beurre tho silk, covered with braid just above STANFORD, KV. THE conceived but yesterday. Ono shows n shades is just that between cream and tho elbow, nnd a close fitted lower sleevo, TAKK THE.. trim, lotnj waist of nioiro trimmod all butter, but not tho very yellow butter of edged with n piping of red at the wrist. round with closely r.urletl ostricl) commorce. Tho back of tho skirt is gathered and I noticed many beaded laces nnd sowed to tho lower edgo of tho bodice, Illumes, with gauze butterlly wings on CAKI'KNTUY AT HOME. tho shoulders and a priceless lnco lierthn, GTuuigled laces. Tho white laces have which lias no Beams and is finished nailed on tho under side of each head. and so itgCH'son. "Our roinotest ances- whito gins beads, pearls, or "satin bu- across tho bottom with tho braid liko u Theso aro supported by four upright tors hobnob with tho creations of a day, gles," which nro long bends of gins round waist. Tho model is particularly pieces, with grooves sawed in tho edges (3) touityiuix.mwAtoiTa Ch.Uuo t.LouisviLLca'NasHViLtc R. B, and all of them aro pretty. "You pays with n satin luster on tho inside. Thoy servlceablo for traveling, business or at different lovels. Brackets strengthen THE POPULAR AND DIRECT your money, nnd you takes your choice," aro sown on in n manner which repro- morning wear and is equally effectivo tho framo and secure tho shelves propIa the hoe for you, as ita and can bo n Greek goddess divinely tall duces tho design of tho laco nnd ure very in cheviot or serge. erly. Tho edgo is finished with a fringo ....l.INLTO.. pretty. Tho black onas dono on ohan-tillor you can bo a dainty Dolly Vnrden. or somo other ornamental decoration lnco nro very handsomo. Tho jot You can have classic linked chains in Make close connections at about threo inches deep. your hair or you can wear n wreath of beads are usually small and fine, but A useful stand may bo mado of a bar- LOUISVILLE And CINCINNATI roses, as did tho much bewailed young somo nro long and flu tod nnd by aid of And.. rel sawed in half lengthwise, and resting For all point. woman of soma generation ago. Sho tho difference in their shape tho figures S upon a framework of plnin bonrds with SOLD. points M woro them on hor Miowy brow. Our in tho laco aro well followed. Tho lace BA6GAGE,CHECKED THROUGH a shelf below. This may bo filled with ........Ami For any information inquire cf becomes very heavy by this treatment modern Indies prefer to sow tiny buuehea earth for a winter window gnrden, or juna. hick. Agent, of real violets ujion their fuiuj nnd fill and is only Buitablo for trimming heavy may havo a cover hinged on for n table Or Stanford, Ky W. W. FENN, Trav. Pas. Apent, tho air with sweetness, as tho blossoms goods and to somo extent in millinery. and bo draped with a cloth to hide tho Thero nro somo now spring dress Junction City, Ky wither nnd dlo In tho heat of a ballroom. barrel shape, which affords a spacious this week that aro very well worth receptacle. Vlsitnia, remember thn Monon n thr nc, fth special mention, and among thoin there Vetlbiifrl trams, Dining Cir, alicc Cluir Still another inny consist of two ends Cars, Pullman llullsl blef pvrs, at low. it tite. is n chnngonblo diagonal which is of a barrel, with tho heads in each part CHESAPEAKE OHIO rich. Thoy claim that there being sawed off just ut tho second hoop. For Information adJrria nro 24 distinct colorings in it, nnd that in AS. HAKKKK.G. ! Through fonr holes in tho lower ono run V O CKIISII. I) I' that manner it produces four times as the supports of tho frame, nnd lot tho many shades as it folds nnd moves. Life top part rest upon their ends. Somo m YOU WANT TO AI)OIT A 1MUY1 Philadelphia is too short for n woman to EiMnd her Binnll brackets under each barrel head n nrw liulnr-- , Mjl" jrou think thl Baltimore, New York, timo counting them, but tho goods is n will strengthen tho whole. Covered nnd "tillnirniit Iwhlco iii Hppllcnlion ; II lin Nfii And all other Eatern Cities. study of effects in light and shado nnd done ln'linv, hovfoviir, lull tuiwr liuvv tliiue decorated with cloth nnd plush and with funiMir.l Ui-t- i i) nnir ll.o i.ritlnw wt.i leu.i Hiiperb in quality, nnd tho genernl effect cushioned side3 nnd jackets, this makes anortest Line bcUetn Louilll e, Lexinglonand till out'. Evi'ryouo will "Vwill is of ono soft, pleasing tono. that'll tin" smii'ttfit liibj- I ever Hiwl" Till I Eastern Point a very convenient work table, or, decoftigrutliur "ill imti IIUlu Thero uro somo Scotch bunnockburus you but a Unit hJuuof tliocniulnlteoilglntil, rated in rustic fashion, it very pretty IN.EFFFCT NOV. I, iSyl of excellent quality, and they mako up TWO rilETTY fJOWXS. plant stand. into such serviceable gowns. They are Anotlir gown safo to buy is ono oi EAST ROUND. Lvc. Lexington mostly in natural wool and tinted effect bwiss or organdie muslin. Tho swiss I'Mi and I'otnto P;i.T. Atlantic ExpreNo, , daily 7 lepm and misty, broken plaids. They are al- muslins havo dots of whito besitlo n patMash 2 cups of cooked fish with i cup 0ccon,mot,,lon NoSun.11.40am 6.iopm ways good valuo, though n littlo costly. tern of flowers in clusters, festoons o" of bread cnmbsnnd dozon fchrimps, Mt. Sterling"fN"". No 4 daily Accom., No. 28, ex. Suu 5.jpm There is a crepon, with n check thrown shadowy sprays. Tho organdies havo chopped fine. Add butter, pepper, salt, WESTBOUND. Arr. Lexington: up, of plain color over an iridescent effect. stripes or bars of whito among their nnd moisten with milk or fish stock. l Accom.. No a7,ex Sim do not think it has over boen at- flower Hpniys, which copy tho dainty pat- Roll into oblong balls and cover with a Lexington Exprts No. 31 dailv T.ssam Louisville TOR TIIK I.ASr IIAI.I, OK TUB HKASON, tempted beforo to try for it changeable terns and color3of Dresden or tho bolder layer of potatoes, mashed with milk nnd Lexington Accom. No. 3i, ex Sin 4 1 mv n iKtatitiful ball dress which 6. ,0pal was effect in cotton goods, but this season designs of old wall papers and cretonnes, egg. Brown in thooven and garnish with Vesubuled Express No: 3 daily.. ... nearly hnlf tho ginghams, chambrays with long Btcmnied flowers, sometimes salad or cooked jreen vegtables. Solid Vcstihuled Train with Dining Can. Na ncnt from nlirwiil for Mrs. Willie bus tranfers but it had been M3nt for altera- and some sateens luivo at leuwt two four or livo inches in length. Through S iTpers from Lexington without shades combined in that manner, and Some Mattci-- of IZt lunette. tion in homo detail to my own change. Thochnllifs havo silk lines, either sinH W. FULLFR, C. D, RYAN, f tho Bilk nnd so vera gle lines or clusters of stripes or bars all Every now nnd then, tho New York antl hho gavo mo a sly jieep at it certainly Gon. Pas. Agt, Ass't Gen. Pa. Agt., It wim of the ricliest and most suRrb woolen fabrics. Somo of theso chame- in white, with pretty chino patterns. Times says, thb item floats through tho Washington, D, Cincinnati. ' quality of peau do wio in a delicate leon colorings aro very beautiful, and Now, n chine pattern, for tho benefit of press, "Tho napkin must bo half foldijd itf cream colrr, and embroidcrislnt tho homo more striking than truly cleganL tho uninitiated, is ono in which the edges nnd thrown down beside tho plate." This in Inittercttp colored silk and silver, Some havo rod nnd blue combined, so ns of tho figures nro not well defined, but is nil very well so far ns it goes; tho tho slashes opening over a mauvu satin to look liko n purplo dove. Others have slightly blurred, as if tho pattern had trouble is it doesn't go very far. Only gray, bluo nnd pink. Others again show Blipjicd or tho colors had run, producing part of tho rule is given. Tho wholo tt. J tinderxkirt Tho dress was cut en ?55sEZP5fi and was slightly druiKtl in front red nnd green in real fighting shades, n soft nnd shadowy effect extremely nr goes en to say, "Unless napkin rings nro " I'M A IlAlnr which vrn projwrMj to r;nl to you. trnnrpor-t.itintinder tho openings, which had band of and yet they nro all lieautiful, breaking tistic. Now, tho muslin gowns may be used nnd you expect to tako another Ml I Tho littlo darling uftsxKitfint f tAbiky Tho waist was up ns they do into new suprises with mado over white or colored silk, or if it meal in tho same house." it pillow, mul In tho nit of ilniwlm; lt 111 narrower embroidery. IIcNimnTK Rousseau. Of course no ono will use your napkin, pints ook, tho initio of which I if bw'ii pullnl cut squaru nrross to the iinnpitfl, and every move. U desired to havo them very inexpensive nT and Hung mldo vrltli n itiiiiplinn t coo. from this fell a drapery of point dc Now York and simple whito lawn may bo used as a fo if you havo no moro need of it it may 11mllilitltit4iinf iwrfivli nml theeycii follow you. no mutter where jou ritmuL 'flitimiil. vcuigo of tho most exquiMto quality, and lining. Tho skirts aro gathered to a belt be thrown nside. But in many American Mill "A Finn I'lcnrc of h Wo in nn." aitotvjirtxIuetluiMOf thl uiviiffrtpuliiilnirof households tho samo table linen serves the sleeven weromnilo of tho same. There Ma VNmuh alio tnot ecictinite.1 if imxlt rn Poor, honest Joo Uargery, in "Great mado short enough to escape tho ground, tho Eiiino people moro than once. Assur- OHn, wero mordoro velvet straps, mid rosettes httby lironro to to tht trimmed with ruffles or with bands of who Milm'tlbo to Demon? I'm Vuiiiily Miuiit of tho wmio adorned tho shoulders and Expectations,'' could liud no word ol insertion. If tho muslin is mado up over edly you should not reflect upon yorr l alii" for mU TIio citimnt Imi bleevcs. A whito obtrich pltitno fan, praiho for his shrewish wifo further than a color, theso rows of insertion aro let hostess' dn'miness by assuming that t flftl. iiml tolil I nun tlii) ortulnul. wlikh nru tho luiino tlio 17 Inchti . 'J'hc Imtij' n with pearl and gold stick, completed this that she was "a fine figure of a woman." into tho skirt to show tho color through. this is not possible liko n certain womWo lutto III" Un, nml nl;oiilt- y lifcll'io elegant dress. 1 should hnvo said that Yet it means not n littlo praise, sinco a If tho lining is white, tho strips of inser- an in whose own homo tho napkin ring Uo In prfpnnitlon, to pruH'itt to our miIk l itIIk-iluriiiff thtn, othir jiklurcff hjr tho train was of tho same silk, lined with number of pleasing attributes go to the tion aro put in over was reigning, who tossed tho napkin in ribbons. iichirt!ui nl'crcy Monm.Muinl lliuiiitiicy, making of n comely woman. Tba pos Twenty mllesthe Shortest to mativo satin. UmiH DivH'hnnips niiil other of A pretty model which may bo utilized nn untidy heap upon tho tablo threo n'li'iwn. TuWn only two cimiiplca ! whut A dancing drrs for JILss Adolo Sloan. "esslou of ouly a few may render her for nny of tho cottons or chnllies, even times n day of a threo weeks' visit this jonr. A wi.iiiitinx thi'iMut Iloiivl" OnVi.nl 'f thn" ono or tliO'bcuuiios or tlio treason anil a charming, but if others aro attainable uml "A Whlto Mil" lv tho hhnplo china silks, in tho wash colors in faco of tho fact that it was invariably lliirrtxui, uiiiljuii rJln-vrlluoC rrtMiilcnt Vauderbilt granddaughter, is to bo worn thero can bo no question that thoy are hns a spray of green and n whito ground placed in a ring becido her plate when St, Louis, Chicago, Michigan Pcints, whit our promise menu. sho sat down to eat. Sho had seen or Buffalo. 'ltHMwlioniil)orllK' forl'morct'ii V"ntnlly nt this ball, nnd it is of tho daintiest do- - desirable as well. Cleveland Detroit, Sho who would be attractive in person tipped with small and dolicato flowers of grasped tho first part only of the dictum, J "II vllltNKs'n'AitiiHlli'ryol ox Indianapolis and the West, ' ll.iKutlnc for Hcription. It has an underskirt of whito t Ne a England, Canada, a 'iulilti trorkn of nrl of vlu t Uililcn In glace silk and is just n nico dancing studies her own health what bIio may violet. Tho lining is green silk and shows nnd sho fancied sho was impressing her Mnyiulno that cunnot tn (iiimliil y nny through tho bands of insertion which lllifliatlonn nml length, with two deep laco flounces at j and may not do with immunity, what finish Ihn worlil for lis tho skirt. A laco yoke, which may entertainers with her elegant informa- New ut)J vtinatmr, tint Kill kripcvr)one ihwiU tho bottom. Tho upjier skirt is of white tires or wears upon her and what is re- bo lined or not, ns tho wearer fancies, has tion. Philadelphia. Washington, Baltimore. of oi on ntl th'j topli-- Itcing tho Ihv, nml nil tho She avoids Sometimes n custom becomes obsolete. Quickest time to Harrodsburg, Frankfort, Ky of Intent. t htotit tho Bilk tissuo, with tiny rosebuds embroid-- J freshing and exhilarating. fvliutvl illffcrcut. f (m iehiM, lifliln furnishing Klchmond, viKUimA. snortest .atid medicines and doctors, knowing that a It was once proper for a man to precedo Quickest line to rM.lliw iiiiitlcr, Ik'Ui uruvit iiikI Buy, fur ho crcd on it, and whero tho flounces art has few bodily charms, but a woman in ascending stairs. Lnter adlnuilly: iind while DtHiioruM'a lit not wwii to tho tissuo thero is n wreath of rf'filo B,, scrupulously follows all those simple iitJ.hiiiiiMiiKiu'Jiir'i IU filch Urn iKCf rex.T vices statothatho should allow her precrces all around tho skirt. Tho samo ex-feet, mi we. Klo yon, rri of nif, all Ihopitt edence everywhere and at all times. It teruayou wlalt to un ilurlnif tho jrnr, uui tends all around the shoulders. The laws of hygiene which may bo adonted SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS thro" with In itnr lt' you thoow. S'iul In jour nub--a is out of fashion, , for one's escort to waist is "baby" waist and tho flleovca without exciting comment. Sho is never Birmingham. Merid will nilly out chanire iition.tt once, only B. nml you piilillaher, simply cling tenaciously to the outsido of tho ian, making via Chattan.oea. en route for Koua (JS In nlue. Adilrv the tiles. Thero is n sash of a crank. direct connections full ru wl over So sho is never conspicuous in her w. Ji'nnliiir loinont, 15 liiat llth SL. New ville, Asheville, Lynchburg and point in the walk, that rule having leen expounded leaf green Florentino silk, which forms 'tr'.t. If you ure tiUHopmlntiil with th in other days and other environment than two largo loops and ends in tho back. dress, yet sho is almost always a trifle ll i rmtluo, (Mini lOccuta forui'ix.'clmcu copy. this. It is so out of dato ns to bo a woeTho hair is arranged in a icculiar man odd that is, sho robes herself in tho curful blunder when a mnn gives both nrms ncr and has a wreath around the knot rent fashion, but seeking some individuAt Chattanooga for Atlanta, Columbus, Wilmiog to a girl with whom ho is walking. Both havo whito sutin slippers and white ality, which causes admiring friends to ton, Charioted, Augusta, Macon, Savannah call her toilets "just like her" and atBilk stockings as well as long gloves. Brunswick, Lake City,T'hoinasville and FLORI tempt to reproduce them in rain. DA points. To Kraio Mutcli Scratchea. Long gloves, which reach to tho sleevo , The only line running solid Vestibuled trains She leaves cosmetics in any form reliof all short sleeved dresses, aro now da If you havo been annoyed by having Pullman Iloudoir or Palace Sleeping Curs towith St. giously alone, as sho is far from sharing EVERY woodAlign. tine without change lor any class of pat rigueur, as they woro in our I matches scratched on your spotless sergers or baggage. that simplo trust of the boplasterod face work, cut n lemon in half mid rub tho time, but for tho long EYE Selma and Montgomery, Huntsville, Decatur. that it will pass with onlookers for the marks hard with it. Then dip a rag in Florence, Memphis and ARKANSAS points. sleeves wo can wear gloves if TWO STYLISH BODIfHK. roses and lilies of health. Sho bathes ON water and afterward in whiting nnd rub Shortest and quickest to Anniston, Selma, Mo regularly nnd thoroughly not only for n deep ruftlo of lnco about the lower odge, till tho stain disappears. Dry with a bile. Pucct connections made atforNRW OR. LEANS without omnibus transfer Galver ton sanitary reasons. She has in mind that and the sleeves nre of lace, with full puffs clean cloth. Houston, Austin, of tho muslin nt tho top. Tho folded first impression mado upon overy one by TEXAS, MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA. tho lieauty Langtry, which was voiced waist has a soft scarf of green tied abont A Xotcl SprliiK Ciipc. nnd finisheil with a bow without ends at by ono person: "Sho seems as though This clianniug littlo garment is quito The enly through line to Jackson and Vicksburg, is comLa., making direct she had that moment come from her tho back. novel in cut nnd make. It is composed Miss. , Shreveport transfer for Dallas, connections Fort without omnibus pletely taken with it. A pretty idea for a bodico to a wash of Havana brown broadcloth. Tho col- - .Austin, San Antonia, El Paso and pointsiu Worth, bath. Tho effect of spotless clennlinesa Some were capgown has a plaited collarette edged with is ut the back of her reputation for good laco gathered about the neck and falling tured by complete looks." TEXAS, ARIZONA.MEXICO.CAUFORNIA. Tho attractive woman reuds. too, and out over tho shoulders. It slopes to tho and handsomely ilFor through rateu, correct county maps and lu observes sharply. She may not bo nat- folded bibs in front, but is cut to a point lustrated NOVEL, If! m$ information call on Agent at Junction Cltr, Ky urally very clever, and if not she is at in the back in tho form of a yoke, which but it was tho:e or addrea. W. D. COZATT. least wise enough to bo unassuming. A does not extend down to tho belt. AnTiav. Pass, Agt., Junction Cily.Ky other bodico has n fichuliko drapery of Colored laugh-ablpretense at pedantry would render D.MILLER, D.G.EDWARDS. G. P . T. A., Traffic Mangr., another Cleopatra. Still, because laco forming ruffles over the sleeves ami CinciLnao. crossing in front beneath the belt to outcomeliness is only "skin deep" and may of Society Ladies, pall uion tho constant obsorvor, she has line a yoke, long on tho shoulder and in the fashion desufficient wit to seek for other graces plain, which may bo of laco or fino neepartment, that 'finSolentlnt Amrlcu jk of every sort and kind, among tho rest dlework or of tho material laid in tiny ished the business." those that como from a pleutiful supply plaits, with flue bias stitchiugs or hand TUK flALL BEFORE LENT, of small talk and from a general knowl- run tucks. Every eye will wo wish and let them go in under tho edge of men and things as they aro rewelcome ltread ruddlng--. eleovo, or wo can wear them long nnd corded in the daily papers. Sho "keeps cur Instead of throwing away bread crust 3 outsido the sleeve. Probably the favorito up with tho times." as an old fashioned try this method of disposing of them: CLUBBING glovo of the season is the pearl dressed saying has it. kid. None is so satisfactory from many ANNOUNCEMENT Thero is ono thing more. The rino fig- Dry them thoroughly in a cool oven, roll, CAVEATS. standpoints. TRAM MARsta, (That sounds quar,dosn't It?) ure of a woman is not completo unless it and somo day when tho dessert problem DCSION PATIMT I havo just been reveling in laces all is woll molded physically and mentally confronts you take u teacup of your A year's subscripCOPYRIGHTS. this week, for I am choosing n wedding iBfomatloQ and free- Handbook writ to as has beou seen and also spiritually dried crumbs, eoak with boiliug water, tion to both SUNN BaoAAWAY, NW OM. milk, 2 eggs, generous half ail C-ror aaourlrur patent outfit for a friend of mino who Uvea as well, Sho must have tact to imitate add pint of a la aencas. away off in Chicago, and whilo the old virtues if sho have them not, and so nev- cupful of BUgar, pinch of salt, teaspoon-fu- l 17 patent taken out br ua la hroiwl GODEY5 beforo tb publia tiy m mum glTea fraa oi harf in ta flavoring, and bake. If you want of NEAT AND NEW. laces aro always precious tho now ones er to offend by suggestion of immodesty, 31 PARK ROW, N. V. CITY, are almost og ually pretty. A novelty of irreverence or of thought or it extra good, after it id baked spread lar and two top capes aro edged with and this seasoa is colored chantilly. It is action. Then, coarsenessis this in sooth, shall wo somo raspberry jam on top nnd covet cashmero passementerie, and a pretty circulation of any ctestUsVi pater la tfca blue, lilac, old trold. nink nnd red. It say rara avis? nobly planned "to warn, with a meringue whito of 1 egg and ruffle of brown satin ribbon gives finish world.. (Splendidly Illustrated. No intelligent THE INTERIOR JOURNAL will bo largely used in trimming tho to comfort nnd command." a tableepoonful of sugar beaten to a to the neck, and a large satin bow ornaaaouia m wunou iu weekly, ski, Silitient M year! ILiOelx snoatba. r e froth. Brown in quick oven. cheer muslins mid lawns that como in all J ments the back. Rimi Hall, ri17uxkxs iivi jMeaairay, new VKftfc One Tear for.34 50. Interior Jouknal BELLES OF THE BALL. ANTE-LENTE- THE SPJUNG I.lt-tl- WHono&sternRR. N ROYAL OP LIVERPOOL. KfTt-fta- g. .l l Insurance Company, 1 BARBEE 111 i eape-cin- lly - jew-ele- d ij. 9 flrOHTK If If WEST, MM H mmii ! - y oienccjA'&o9 . . Double Daily Trains ;iic)ii THROUGH-TICKET- WORLD'S FAIR I I mn-torin- inde-Bcribabl- & I & rlllP BK- RklXWAY. Washington, CVT-X- V - 1 ;;'",. - I 1 L Van-dfrbil- t, dress-make- r, s one-hal- 1 r i (alii ' lwt-to- m prin-ccfls- o ii MS&R ffl ySwESfimm 1 1 iMw-iti't- i ri'pitMliH-tlonf- ii-- - 94MmMm 110 'Wim&mtfm r rttttZyMksJ)all MzWAfmZ 3a MSB CINCINNATI, York, innr aissssw irn-n- ! I'iiii-lc,- nix-u- Boston luln-etlii(- I somi-invali- d 1 1 . J0 I NEW ORLEANS. CAHOMNAS, 4B GODEtiS 3 r In Portraits 51 Mii I&Ip o ipii Ml - O- gtitntifit mtxitm y-- Lin-ea- t s. " -- VS Semi-Week- ly Interior Jourm. ltclr AT ubllshed Every Tuesday and Friday 2 PER, YK ABIN AD VANCE 0fWkn not to paid S2.CO will be charged. To uso perfectly plnin visiting cards f fino luistebonrd, enfjraveti in plain It is correct If you're a weak or ailing woman lht there's only one medicine assure to help you that tt can Cse anil the Correct Way of Raving be guaranteed It's Dr. Tierce's Favorite Pre scription. In building up overworked. leehle, Them Engraved. delicate women, cr In any "female compfalnf or VISITING CARDS. Something to Remember, WABOTH 1(0)1'B, Standard Ittilo 0. script. In nn emergency, if obliged to uso a written visiting card, to writo one's K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. nanio with ix?ncil rnthcr tlmn with pen and ink, rinco tho uso of tho latter would Train naves Kowiand at 7:00 a. m. returning eeem to imply deliberate purpoao. i:o p.m. For n gentleman to uso a Bmallcr card L A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. than a lady and one narrower in proporWhen Baby was sick, we pave her tion to its length. il tram feint Nona For a gentleman to prefix 4,3Ir.n to his When she was a Child, she cried for Cnrtorla. South....... ......M.......S J J p H press train " South... ... 11 JI pm namo on a visiting card. When aho became 311m, she clung to Castori. " North For an officer in tho army or navy, a When the had Children, the gf ve them ocal Freight North......... 7 to am South., .53epm physician, a judge or a minister of tho Tha Uttar trains alao carry pantnf tri, gospel to use his title on a visiting card. Ta abovs it calculated on ttandard timt. Solar To uso tho full namo on m visiting at it about to minuttt faittr, card, as "Mrs. Joel Cotton Smith," Rheumatism Quickly Cured. QUEE A CRESCENT ROUTE. "Miss Clara Howard Jameson." Three days is a very short time in which to cure For a lady to profix "Mrs." or "Miss," a bad case of rheumatism; but It can be done, it Trains past Junction City as follows: will be as tho caeo pay be, to her namo on a vis- the proper treatment is adopted, as of New seen by No. i, Limited, u:ij p. m.; No. the following from James Lambert, iting card. HI.: "I was badly articled with rheumatism Special, arrives 8.40 p. m. No. 5, , For a married lady to uso hor hus- In the hips and is, when I bought a bottle of Q. & C. Special, is: - a. m.; No. 7, Fast Mail,ar cured tne in three band's full name, or last name and ini- Chamberlain'sall Pain Helm. Itand wsuld insist on right rivra 13:40 p. m., leaves 2:05 p. m. days. I am tials. every one who Is afflicted with that terrible diteaie No. 1, Q.A C, Special, 3:10 p. m.; Pain Halm and to use For a young or ringlo gentleman to once." Chamberlain's for sale by W. 11. get well at No. 4 leaves at 6 a. m. ; No. 6, Limited, 3:13 a. m. McRoberts, jo cent bottles No. 8, Express, arrives 13:01 p. m., leaves 1:15 p. put the namo of Ids club on his card Druggist, Stanlord, Ky rather than his own raddenoe, if ho preBuclclln'a Arnica Salve. fers. The beat talve In the world tor Cuts, bruises lady to have hor reception day sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapFor a all crup chilblains, engraved in tho loft hand corner of the ped hands,positively curescorns and no skin requirpiles, or pay tlans and card. perfect satisfactioc ed. It it guaranteed to giv. For residents in small towns to put the or money refunded Price sj cents per bos. by A K. Pennv Stanlord, Ky. namo of it on their cards in order to For tale avoid confusion. A Million Frlende). "ot For the oldest single woman belonging A friend in need is a friend indeed, and friendleas in one million hate found just to tho oldest branch of a family to uso than King's New Discovery forsuch a Consumption, Dr. "Miss Esmond" on her card, or for the Coughs and Colds. Ifycu have rever used this Medicine, one trial oldest daughter of a younger branch to if rest itCoughwonderlal curative will convince you powers in all has do so, whero thero are no single, women that Throat, Chest and Lungs. Kach botthe tle it guaranteed to do all that Is claimed or monin tho older branch. refunded. Trial bottles free at A. K. For a young lady to hnvo her name en ey will bediugstore. Largo bottles 30c and $1. Pcnn) s graved below that of her mother on tho Deserving Praise. tame card. JlktofateJy desire to say to our ciliicnt, that for yean to havo each a eWe been selling Dr King's New Discovery For husband and wife have for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills. separate visiting card. Ilucklen't Arnica Salve and Electric Hitters, and For a lady or never handled A cream of tarter baking pow- and thoso of to.leavo her husband's card have have given suchremedies that tell as wellWe universal satlilactlon. daughters in that her Bons der. Higest of all in leavening making tho first call ofand wjikhi. hesltste to guarantee them every time and do not tho the we stand ready to strength. Latest United States For a lady to leave her husband's card satisfactory results refund follow purchase price If do not their use. These have on their great populsnty purely Government Food Report. as well as her own after a dinner party. remedies merits. A. R. Penny, druggist. on their For a lady to leavo two cards in callROYAL.BAKING POWDER CO., ing upon a mother with several grownCholerine InlPennaylvanla. 100 Wall St., New York. Swlckley, Penri,: Wo had an epidemic 0' up daughter ouo for tho mother nnd cholerine, aa our physicians called it, in this ono for tho daughters. place lately and I made a great hit with ChamNew Crusher and Bolting Cloth. Remedy. When calling for tho first time upon berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea week and I sold four bottles ot it in one several ladies (who aro not mother nnd have since dorennearly a grcss. This Remedy did sold Having added to my Mill a Corn Crusher, one the work and was a ble advertisement for roe. that will grind cob and all and at the same time daughters), to leave a card for each. been troubled with la, South-bounBlue-Grad Ilccord 2:521 J, mrtdo in third hent In rncu nt Evnnsville, Ind. Has trotted miles in weakness, if it ever fiills to benefit or cure, you Will remain In stud till June 1st nnd then gu back have your money back. It's an invigorating, re- 2:10; will go in 2:15 this season. storative tonic, a soothiug and strengthing ner- in training. vine and a sale and certain remedy lor woman's ills and ailments. It regulates and promotes all the proper functions improves digestion, enrichSired by Walsingtitiin 21GC, (giro of Lntlttido 2:101 and "or 8 others in tho Hit.) SUKCKOV DF.NTIST. es the blood, dispels aches and pains and restores xO Nothing elie can be as 1 dnmTlnhol health and strength. by Mciucngur DuroclOO, hod of Ilitmlltonlnn and oiro of Kl- - Office over McRsbcils Dm; Store la Iks new cheap. With this, you pay only for the good you Owsley UulIJlng. aino2:20, tho dmu of Norlalnc, ycnrling record 2:31 j. taufrd. -Sinter to .lames lio well, Jr., by llninlltonlnn 10, tro of Dcx 2 dam Bess Ccines to you every other day la the year lor only $11. Thecheapest nnd best paper in Kentucky "ik: gets 11 three months. Addres Ttia Aiivocatk, Danville, Ky THE ADVOOATX A. S. PRICE, 3 dnm Jessie Sayrc 4 dnm tcr 2:171. It 71 by Harry Clay 45, Hire of the dmns of St. Jtilien 2:11, llodlnc 2:10, and 12 moro that hnvo produced 2:30 trotters; ulxo For the painlns etiraction of teeth sna oilier sire of the dam of Electioneer, sire of tt) in the 2:30 lift. hate toted Hi virtue sufccUat. minor surgery. R. C. MOHOAN, D. S. It 1. know bv Liberty, con of Lance, by American Eclipse. JDEIsTTO. 1 Brunt-wic- k, Walsinghnm 2160, sire of Naboth, is one of tho youngest sons of (Jeere Wilkes Blft, record 2:22, who sired Hurry Wilkes 2:13J, Guy Wilkes 2:15, Mike Wilkc 2:1ft, Wilcox 2:10, and G2 others in 2:30 list; also 41 producing Mini and 10 producing daughters. Notk. Nnboth Is a bay horec, 10 hands high, foaled June 23, 18S8. His pedigree contains the blood of Ilatnliletonian, George Wilkes, Muinbrino Chief, Pilot, Jr., and Harry Clar. $40 to insure a llring colt. TOU House and 0 or 8 Acres of Las. I will rent privately my Home and Let aaar Stanford on the Danville pike I'oMrnioi give MRS KANNIK DUNN, March in. 100-l- f Klanlnrd, Ky. I- - ss 1 a- TO THE LADXJSS. I am receiving one of the mmt eterant lines ul Ml I.I I.INI.KV evtr handled in Stanford, selectju especial vltw iu tht wants of this trade. Miss Nora Welch, of Cincinnati, an rlencrd trimmer, is olth me thl season and! guarantee evervthing tute In the lalnt aad approved tashlon The ladlei are lavlled to rail and tsamine mjr goods, whkh I will take pleat ure la showing, MISS I.tCCII. IIKAZLKY. J y; North-boun- d Saddle Stallion. Hay horse. 15 hails high, 3 white, feet, heavy mine and tail, fine style nnd Hctlnn. Siretl by Woodford Denmark. 1 dam by King William. 2 dam by Goddard's Sumpter Denmark. 3 dam a thor oughliml. $15 to insure a living colt. Saddle Stallion, lty Silver King nnd out of a Gray Kiglu mare. He Is a handsome dark gray and a flue chow horse. Will Mum! nt $10 to insuro a Hying colt. Stable two miles south of Huttonvlllc on Morelnml and Carpenter' Station pike ed with sip, iol J. K. BAUQHMAN, 3 HiiMniiville. Ky. Lincoln County is the best County in the State; Ilustonvillc, Ky., is the best town, ROWLAND, KV DEALER IN GROCERIES, HARDWARE, llooti and Shoes, Cigars and Tobacc. OhU ItlverSatt for tal by tbn barrel. Will take c.uti. try produce in rschanir for goda at market .nee I am alto agent lor the old relia lc lliudhrad Tobaccos and will kwp a full line of theie rcsii la stock, and alt I aik of the merchants ol Maafotd and Rowland Is to give me their orders and I will niit th. goods la their houus at factory pricti. I hanking the public (literal patronage, I aik a conilnuonce of same, and remain your ebedl.al J. EL HILT03ST fr irrv.nl. 5,iyr J It. HILTON, Fure The best and cheapest man in the county. C. D. General -:- POWIXX., UAlS M I have come to this town (Ilustonvillc) and opened this day with a full line ol HerclinzxcliKc, Clothing, Mi Furnishing Good:. am running And Country Produce, list operrd hit tleck of giMxtt and It ready la icrve the people of Stanford and tlcimty He tt ottering unheard of llargaint and all ho want gosd goolt at the lowett potwhlt prices should call on turn on Ixysn Avenue grind any other kind of grain and mix it to suit any one. and also put in a nfw Hour Itoltlng Cloth, I am prepared to make you tome good liurr Flour; and am putting in a Meal Boll, will have it ready in a week or so. 06-l- m J. II. IIKIOIH , 1 will open on January iSth, 189, a First-ClaDairv. from which I cau supply auy quantity ol to the people of Stanlord and How-lan- d at the lollowing prices, drlivcred: so cents Fresh Milk, per gallon Skimmed Milk, per gallon 10 cents 8 cents Butter Milk, per gallon I will make two trips dail. The patronage ot the G. A. 1'EY lO.M. public is solicited. Stanford, Ky. gt-- i yr. ss jersey milk A Tnllnr Made Guirn Tor S32. The accompanying cnt represents tailor made gown of gray plaid cheviot, Just tho Thing. tho cross lines being of nn olivo green This is an expression the traveling public genshade mixed in tho gray. Tho vest is is very novel in design and is made of eral!) use when they find something that exact y what they want. This rxpresilrn applies dito match tho stripe in the rectly to the Wisconsin .Central Lm-s- which is broadcloth goods. It ia finely stitched at tho edgo now admitted by all to be "The Koiite' Irom Chi and is ojxm to show a linen phirt front cagotoSt. Paul, Minneapolis, Asbland, Duluth-andouble and nn Oxford necktie of gray silk with dailyall points In the Northwest. Their ctlttsln train service and fine cqulpxent , who had diarrhoea for two or three weeks were cured by a few doses ot this medicine P P. Knanp. I'h G., 11. McKob- S3 and 30 cent bottles lor sale by W. n erts,xruggtii, aiamora, ivy. (Several persons Bouts, Shoes, Hats, &c. W. C. HUTCHilTGS, rMoraiKToiSTANFORD, KKNTl'C KY Also a Full Line of Tinware. IJvery and Feed Stable, il COME ONE COME ALL. I Having puichatednf A. !'. Nunnclby his liv. ery bunnex 1 tin t found t hltuld lUnd ready to wait on the public st any time day or night Nothing but FIRST-CLAS- S : TURNOUTS T. ESTKATT. 4 or 5 years old, whiteon pat-ana leit nmu toot, star ana snip, high. Owner can have her by paying for pasturoge and advertising. ioj H.J. DAKbT, Stanford. 01 left Iront about 15VJ hands arr a BAY tern There came MAK to mv place the 14th day of Febiu- - illti LATEST FROM I.OXDO.V. Three-fourth- ducement which can not be surpassed. This Is the only line running boih'.nrougn run-ma- n First Class and Tourist hlecpers from Chicago to Pacific Coast Points without change. I'or full informstion address your nearest ticket agent er James C. Pond, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Chicago, III. WW have some Bargains to show you I shall leave my stabl and my priest will be at lo as the loweit. Don't furrt my Stanford and Kittlsnd 'bus line. Three : Big Else in the country. : Stores I r STatua, JM. r CL4RKI STRAUB& . CO., Goods for 17 PhAdniAL.. We are kcquAintcd with many mothers in Cen tcrvillc who would not be without Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house lor a rood many times Its cost, and are recommending it every day. From perioral experience we can say that It has broken up bad colds for our children. Ccntemllc South Dakota. Citizen., $0 cent bottles Stanford, lor sale by V. II. McRoberts, Dru-rglst- Mother's Recommendation. In Kentucky and one WHOLESALE STORE in Cincinnati, Ohio. Plumbers Now, as I buy in quantities I am able to sell you goods Dealers all in and Steam Fitters. WmU nf Iron and llra steam and water Mora wis, Ky Cheaper Than Anybody GIVE ME A TRIAL. can iuauuii Sanitary Oimds of all Vlo.li. All guaranteed against, defective material aad Notice to the '.Traveling Public. I have Ik had I , H THE SHELTON HOUSE At Rowland repainted and nicely furnished and have in connection with Hotel one of the best saloons in tho State, open day and night; anight pian" meets all trains. In connection with Housr have also one of the best Mineral wells in the btati and for reference to water, call on Mr. and Mrs G. W. Patrick, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd In gram, Erin, Tenn., A. A. Warren, Stanford, Dr. D. E. Proctor, C. II. Ilraum. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hamilton, Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Johnson, New Haven, Jim Cox, Greensburj;. Rates Js per day. J. M. Petrey, clerk. Give me a call, J.W. CARRIER. Prop. gfloiy Sl I Lois Few More Building For In the corporste limits of Rowland. H. I. DARST. Rowland Sae you Money. Farmers Bank&Trust or stanioku,;kv., Istowtuiij orgamrcd and read) lor Co IT. yRTiT), SvuBtozxvillo, Xy. builotit wits ELWil RS w' te DR. W. B. PENNY Dentist. Office South tide Main street, in office recen vacated by Dr. L. F. Huffman, Stanlord, Ky. CIVIL ENGINEER, Stanford, - - Kentucky, e IE. W SMITH, HUSTONVILLE, KY., pink ppotH. Tlio hkirt is ample enough Son losing up) with the same aisets and under the lame management to admit of small hoops, if desired, and in all kinds of Goods for 30 days, in order to make lly prnviiicnsof Itschaiicr, dtxtitors arc as Offers Hargains the waist is cut coat length and has the fully protected as aie dcpotllori In Nalisaal B. BILET. Proprietor, F. My Spring Shoes arc daily arriving, and Hank 1, its shareholders being held individually room for his Spring Goods fashionablo flaring revers. It is further the of the amount stock ornamented with largo buttons of pearl. London, - Kentucky. far excel anything ever shown in Hustonville in quality, workmanship liable to st theeatentvslue thereof, in of their to the therein par addition To mnko it the New York Recorder I have some Shoes and Hoots left over, which I will close amount inveited In such shares, It may act as am beltti and style. have moved to my nc Hotel,and eatcutor, administrator, truitre, Ac, as fully ai thinks tho following goods, with ex prepartd than ever to accommodate the public individual, Ladies' Pebble Buttons 75c; Kid Buttons 95c; Men's anTo thoie who Good Livery attached and every convenience de out very low penses, aru required: buislness to urcd. Give me a call. Congress and Lace Shoes J! 1.40, worth S2; Heavy Boots $1.25, Si. 50 while innsging entrusted theirNational Hank us the Lincoln ol Feven yanla Scotch cheviot at $1.25 pi 75 rKANK KU.SI, 77 Stanford, wcwahere lender our many thanks aa s and $2, worth double the money. A nice line of dark Calico at 5c. iruit they will continue to transact iteir busissai jurd of broadcloth at St'... 1 60 1 00 Four pearl buttons at - cents wiih ut olfrring as s guarantee for prompt attenBlankets and comforts S tion to same, our twenty years' eiperiencc Is One dozen small button tanking and as liberal accommodations as are conLlnlnjr,etc 2 60 sistent with sound banking. Dressmaker, three Uns at M per day.. 7 Ol THE RILEY HOUSE F1YE Paid up Capital of Surplus, . - - $200,000. 'l 000. SUCCKSSOIt In TMK LINCOLN NATIONAL HANK OK STAMOKI), 1 Total Au Olil I.aco I'ortlere. $2; a) P Offers his profeisional services to the people of 111 tnis section, lias uaa eignt the buslucss. Refers to the I irst National Hank can be,found. of Stanford, where he J. II. BAVGH9IAN, FIRE AND STORM INSURANCE AGENT Representing Hartford, of Hartford, Conn.; Manchester, of Manchester, Enjj.; Pennsylvania Fire, Philadelphia; Ins. Co. of North America. Companies. 1 wou.d All of which are be pleased to wait 0 rmy friends in this line. Pol. icies promptly issued. Will insure against tornadoes, wind storms and lightning. Lightuing without additional charge Office at First National Dank, Stanford first-claol Falls Branch Jellico CoalCo., Miners and shippers of the GENUINE A suggestion for utilizing old lr.co curtains was found iu n beautiful portiere recently Been. It was of old rose heavy Bilk, and on it were nppliqued in skillful arrangement lace designs. The owner, who was tha maker ns well, explained that bho had the curtains laundered after they wero apparently worthless nnd then hud cut out tho heavy figures in the pattern, using them on tho old rose curtain: "And that, by the way, is one 1 bought ut nn auction for a amg. Often n bit of really valuable muterinl is eold for a trillo at theno places. There was only tho one width offered; it was faded nnd torn iu one place, but I pulled tho .lining apart and taw that the reveieo side was fresh nnd 111 full color, nnd I bid on nnd got it." The portiere in question wtis edged with a narrow rufllo of luce. Table covers nnd pofa pillows of plush, silk or velvet can l)e made in tho samo way, using the liner bits of the lace. i DAIIS THE JEWELER, At Almost HALF PRICE. num- Articles to Suit the Most Fastidious. A complete line of Arbucklc's Coffee 25c; Fire Proof Oil 15c gallon and a great ber of Bargains too numerous to mention in all kinds of goods. Terms 30 days to responsible parties. .. Wllhams, J, Hall, J. DIMSCTONS. Mt. Vernon; M. Stanlord; S. Owsley, Stanford ; S, J, Kmbry, Stanford; ), K. Lynn, Stanlord; Watches, Clocks Aiicijsii.VERWARE. JJAll goods sold engraved Iree of cbarge. asr Your patronage respectfully solicited. PI4FWB, FliOWS We now have Of Oliver Chilled Plows, Buchcr & Giobs' Imperial Plows' in steel and chilled and Malta Double Shovels. A. W. Carpenter, Milledgevills; J. i'. Cash, Stanford; William Geoch, Stanlord, Ky S, II. Shanks, President ) II Owsley, Cathiei W M might, Teller FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANKOKD. KY Jewelry A COMPLETE LINE Capital Stock Surplus Wo jCaSO $200,000 20,600 Complicated Watch Repairs and Artistic Engraving a Specialty. llilo FUMIKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Original Jellico Coal, It. We ure the sole agents fnr Stanford Jand Kowiand. Office comer ot Depot street and rail- - A Woman'a Wall. ! Try crossing. ...COINS A WATTS. Oil, happy mcnl oh, cureless men! How easy la your lot. Clothes i:eer need to worry you, Anil fashions stir ou not. Your "evonlnt clothes" will last for M THE 60FFEY HOUSE STANFORD, KY., JOSEPH COFFEY, Pro'r R i is now This IIoteK renovated ani refurnished,ao as to n. rtiroe and I intend ti conduct it to add high reputation, but sot only maintain its long list ol. friends. Special accommoda- to its nd tin rooms.for tions lor commercial irave cr tk dlsploy ol samples. 1. ASFIrst-Clas- s Saloon' juscrti turriir. 4 j7.il BILLIARD and POOL ROOMS attached I With "Albert" coats and "cutaways," And sainicnts such as these; Sotiiu troupers of u "nobby" cut, With waistcoats new and neat, Umbrellas, tlen, ehoeo, gloves nnd hats. And there jou are, complete, h'o color. need to trouble you, Ko "matching" vexlug hades; No knowing that with certain hats Your poor complexion fades. You say we're fond of "trying on," And love to shop and buy. And that unto our tlroMiubltcr's We're ery glad to fly. Alas, you say what Is not so, For really, I buppose, The demon of each woman's life Will take the shape of clothest New York Recorder. Don't cull them "drew suits" please jear DRUGGIST PENNT9 AND JEWELER The LargestJStock to select from. Prices alwas as Lowas the lowWatchest. Mr. Thos. Dalton has charge of Jewelry Department. es, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. !rLr.-- s ---- Lt ATt S-- ' Engraving Beautifully and Artistically Done. Old Gold and Silver taken in exchange for goods. Thanking my friends and the public generally for their liberal patronage in the past year, I hope to merit a continuance by polite at A. R. PENNY. tention, honest gooes and fair prices. Attention of the publlr ii invited to the fac that this is th only National Hank in Stanford Under the provisions of the National Dank Act dcMitors are secured not only by the canital stock, but by the stockholders' liability for ao amount equal to the stock, so that depositors ol this institution are secured by a fund of $400,000. rive sworn statements of thecondition of the bank are made eichyearto the United Stales government iul itsaticti arceaaminedat stated tins by government agents, thus securing addititoaa snd perfect safety to depositors. This institution, cnuinslly established as tha Deposit Hank of Stanford in 1858, then ued as ths National Hank ol Stanford iniSoj and again re.prganijed as the First National Bank ol stanlord in i8a. hai- h4 nMriin MIS .......... .... Ill HVIII.OII1 UIMHLCIW ruptea exitenceof year,. It i, better supphsd now with facilities for tranjactingbusiness prompt ly and liberally thaneer before in its long and honorable career. Accounts of corporation! At- cianes, firms and individuals respectfully solic- Ths Directory ol this Hank is composed ol T. J. Poster, of Stauford; Korettux'Keid, Lincoln county ; J. W. llayden, Stanford J J S.ll. Daughman, Lincoln; M. J. Miller, Mt. Vernon; S. T. Hams, Lincoln; J. S. Hockcr, Stanford; C. A. Lackey, Lincoln; T. 1 Hill, Stanford. W. G. Welch, SUnford; Jesse Thompson's JBarber.iShop, There are three of the best Itarbers in the Slate. Hath Rooms run in con Tlu re are also excellf-nnectinn. Agent lor Lexington Steam Laundry. omcKSs'P'T',eiSUD,oraI. S. Hockrr, President; John J. McRoberts, Lshir, A A. McKiuney,,Assistant Cashier. - 11ivqfc.Vfa,y,vt,rfe J&tecb, - V -- if- tfSwni' "" v ? fr y -- - '"fw ' VS- - Semi-Weekly Interior Journal March 10, . Htanfokd, Ky., to. 189IJ o. WAbTON vi. Manager POINTS. 1ms PERSONAL Mn. A. 0. IIuitman MVEKH, been quite in ill. Mil. S. S. o( Louisville, in town. Mit.s. A mce Nkwi.and, of Cnib Orch- aril, was down Tuesday. Mr. II. 0. Hrioiit wm with old friends 4 - hero a fow days thin week. MihhJuma I'kvto.v went to Louisvillo yvstorday to remain somu timu. Miy. M. 0. Sauci.ky and Miss Helen Suutyry went to Cincinnati yesteiday. Mn. ani Miu. KiciiAiii) Loo ah havo moved to their farm on tho Hush Uranch pike. Mite. M. K. Hordkiih, of Danville, h . visiting her daughter, Mih. W. 0. Hutch-itijiH- l)n. G. V. Uuo.VAUfiii wont up to Madison Tuesday to see after his (arm and stock. Mim A.noik Ilw.i.ovcumo in from Clifton ForRe, Va., to attend her aunt's funeral. Miis. P. 11. Idol, of D.inville, is her pnrent. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White. Miih. Gloikik I). Wkahk.v lianKonotn Ohio to take a trip with hur drummer huahnnd. Cait. J. 0. Hodhmkii, of Gallatin, Tenn., vaa hero Wednesday seeing niter his landed estate. Mns. It. G. Hail, of Somerset, camo up yesterday to keep houso for her mother during her almenco. Mns. A. W. Oaiii'untcu camo in tont tnil tho elocutionary entertainment and was tho guest of Mrs. Joo Severance, Mn. 1). V. IxxiAN ia now tho happy ponM'HSor of an heir in tho male line, nnd ho is about as happy n man as old drover hluwlf. Advocate. Mn. and Mns. A. C. Sink entertained last night in honor of Itov. and Mrs. W. A. Slayumker, Miwea Nellie and Lizzie Slaymaker nud a fow other friend. Statu Nkxatok li lAUKKii,of Is in tho city. Ho will mnku Washington his future home, and .will ongni'o in Washington tho mail routo biurim-M- . dlspateh. A. W. MoMCioMKKY wntes thntheJiss moved to HiM Hock, two inih-- i from Itockrastlu Springs, n splendid place to (hh and hunt, and hi invites his friends to como on, Mkssus. W. S. Jackson, better known hr tho "cow coroner" fo tho l A N., David Jackson, very appropriately called "Smiling Dave," and W. 11. Neal, nil of London, are hero. Mn. IivAN Watxiw, father of tho foreman of this ollltv, Mr. Joo I. Wiilern, Is very ill of llrighl'n diseaso and oilier comolicAtions and at lust reports was hinkiug rapidlv. vin-itin- Mus. IViicikT. Couimb is lirfvlnjt tlio Jiiim cngea niul flower baskets at A. A. rear of tho room rouiodcled to Wnrrcn's. open a iiiillinVry In it. Mim Suo IIoi t Junction City Iikh six liotol nuil ns will as&it't liur in tho Ininlni-ss- . innny reHtnurnntri. It was tho court's ruling in tho caso Timothy BL'i'il, red top bco1. oata anil agnlnst G. U. Lyon that ho had the right miliut at W. H. Wearon A Co.'h. to movo tho barbed wire division fonc onion nets, put up without his consent, but not to Nohtiichs seed potatOHH, garden and flower eced at McKiunny destroy it. H was fined only for tho latter. liroa.' I am receiving my Spring and Summer Fko.st upstairH room in tho Craig brick btiililing for rent, unfurnished. Mrs. suiting now and invito tho people hereabouts to call and sto tho handsomest Mary Wray. lino of goods ovo" brought to Stanford. Ei.koant stock ginghauiH, perca's, Ac. Call early nnd got first choice. II. C Como early while ourcssortment is com " Huploy. pleto. Severance A Son. Hkv. W. E. Elms nnd the manager of Tiiodk in favor of holding it fair in this tho Opera Houso are so much taken with county this year aro requested to meet tho lecture business that tlioy nro arSaturday, afternoon. ranging for another entertainment to bo at tho A new Stetson hat was exchanged at given before the last ono of the course, thocourt'hoiiso Monday. Pienso return April 10. to this ollico or to G. T. Holm, Danville. Slanhkk Suit. Ono of Garrard's t most influential citizens, Squire W. F. Wm. Skidmokk brought (o this ollico sued Mrs. Sillio J. Ferrill tho pelt of u largo red fox that ho BtiyB Henry, has for .",000 damages, claiming that the his Knglish hounds caught in "0 minutes greatly injured his charafter they got on his trail. Ho also says defendant has acter and good standing by wrongfully that forgetting there qualities his hounds accusing him of theft. are especially peculiar. podt-ofllc- o m m ( oxnresacMl comnloto roflltniution to tho Master's will and that gentleman slid to us: "If Mary Olirismati lias not gono to a brighter nnd bettor world, thero is lit tle nopn for tlie rest of us. oho was tho mo3t p.itiont, God loving and God serving person I havo ever known nnd but fnw possessed the fino senso and die criminating judgment that distinguished hor." This is prainn ind;c and what is better, it Is thoioughlv desorved. The funeral sormon will Ih preiched at Mr. Hallou's this morning ry Eld. W E Ellis, after which tho remains will bo laid away in Hulf.ilo Cemetery. 1 -- THE L AST-- REAT SALE This week at the New Cash Store. Suits, Flannels, Comforts and 9 Cloaks and Overcoats, Winter Everything Heavy Must Go, CHURCH AFFAIRS. in court-hous- e, - ir Tiik grand jury had all tho little cigarette smoking llends before it, but not a siuglo ouo could he found who had over bought the poisonous nuisances. They all use a book of tissue paper, according to their story, and make their own cigar ettes. Tiik supervisors, Messrs. T. J. Hohin-soJohn G. Lynn, J. E. Curson and F. T. Ixigan, have been busy on thu tax books since Monday. They aro making some largo raises and there ih going to he soiuo big kicking when tho report is made public. It Mill take till to complete tho work. Mr. L. G. Gooch who was appointed on tho board has not put in an appearance. n, Tiibiik is an advertisement in the depot here which reiuis, "'Try Weekly Ailvo cate, four centH a week." If that paper wasn't so prompt In its appearance, the old gag about coming out ono week nnd trying to como out next, might be very well worked ngauist it on such a sign as that. An eloping couple from Buckeye, Garrard county, took the train hero Wednesday for J ellico to ho made husband nnd wife. Tho prospective groom, Mr. Mai. Carter, was but 17, and tho weo creature to become a wife but 15 Her name was Jennie l'u.ircu nnd eli6 was as pretty as a red parasol. Mr, Charlev Ilakur went along to help tho young idiots into trouble. TntiiK aro live applicant tor the Shelby City postoliice, notwithstanding tho very litfact that it pays the who has voted Mr. H. W. Heyuuld-ftle. tho straight democratic ticket for 10 ypars, seems to have the call on tho ollico and that ho will till it acceptably goes without saying. Thero aro nbout tho same number of applicants for tho po9t-- o re at Junction City, but thero is a division of opinion as to who is a favorite in tho race , 111 lit-tl- o Tlie suit of tho First National It ink against Levi and Spencer Cohpiio.mi.sei. Hubble, which has been on tho docket for several years and been tried once or more without result, was compromised pay$-00- 0 Wednesday by the Hujibles agreeing to of thu 1 1,000 involved ami Stoiik room In front of Cotley Hotel each side to pay its costs. Tho imso grew for lout. W. H. Hlgirins out of their becoming security for H. T. Suiik Cuiik. Hheumatic ring at D.tnks, Mattingly in tho purchase of tho Holler Mills here. Tho amount now with intho Jeweler's. Get ohm. terest is over $(5,000 A Kick Hoom to rent on ground tlcor. Mil. H.J. 0. HowKcamo hi from Private entrsnre. Call nt this ollice. Tuesdsy, with Messrs. Ulan, Foil Hk.nt. The houso in which J lhisby and Hechol, members of the city live. Terms reasonable. 1'. I Nunnel- - council of Lebnnon, Ind., who camo to ley. investigate our water works. A test was LANlini.Tii'ri and Ferry' garden seed undo for their benefit, when water was in bulk and package at A. A. War- thrown all over tho top of the court ren's. houso and other high point. They went ' Foil Hk.nt. Tiio Capt. Gaines Craig awav terfiotlv satisfied that wo have and houso aud lot on Upper Main street one of tho best plants in tho country Mr. Howe will likely get another job. I'. M. McHoberts. Tiik Kkklky Cukk. Dr. J. H. Harris Hainy, gloomy weather has prevailed on, lecturing solicitor for tho Crab Orch for three days, but tho signal service ard Keelcy Cure, and Mr. Gus Hofiman, promises fair and colder for rT proprietor of tho Springs Hotel, were in a good A hsr business at reasonablystand np hero Wednesday. Mr. Hotl'man tells us by of Stanford can bo had that there will be a grand plication to the editor at this otlice. tho "graduates" of tho institution at Crab Orchard in July, when it is expect, Lost.-- Oii tho Crab Orchard pike, a ed that over 300 will ho present. There bundle of female underwear. Will give is now a National Association of those reward for its return. W. M. Lackey. who havo been cured of the cur.se of aro to meet soon in CinTiik ladies iimv expect to buy nilllin drink and they cinnati. Tho object of thrf association is ory low this season. There aio to bo voung four stores devoted exclusively to Hint to euro tho old and prevent tlie from acquiring tho drink habit. Mr. business. Hofiman will run tho Springs as a sumWhkn you goto Junction City and mer rewortthis season, beginning May want your horso cared for stop at 0. J. 1"), and will havo it in condiThurinond'a livery stable. Ho will also tion. An excellent band will be engag rig of any kind ed and nothing will bo left undone to furnish you n at a very low price. mid to tho comfort or amusement of the Come and guett.s. Ladiks and Gentlemen! see our now spring goods arriving every At his performance at Walton's Opday. Our Mr. Hughes hat, just re- era House Tuesday night, Prof. Freder turned with a magnificent stock inevory ick D. l.o.soy proved himself a lino eloHughes it Tate. department. cutionist and succeeded in entertaining possesses Deputy S. U. Wahnacic, of Laurel, de his audience very highly. Ho and mimic powers to a livered George Gregg, charged with mur- facial exprthsion and iu his humorous selecder, to Jailor Owens yesterday for safe high degree tions ho could hardly have been excellkeeping. Gregg has spent some time in ed. When he tries ho bcema to be able , our jail boforo hia present confinement. 9 to let his oyeB and his teeth hang loose, by an a practical, yet the first arejuot glass nor tho latter Wastkii. Situation printer, strictly sober and re- fftlsu. Tho sudden transitions from the liable; competent to take full control of sublime to tho ridiculous showed a vor ollico. Best of referoncea given. Ad- .aillitv lumllv exnected in ono of his dress W. M. M., care of lock box 1M, age. The programme closed with Ben Bnrdstown, Ky. Hur'B ChariotJRaoe, which was renderat Stanford ed with bucIi intense animation and dra Tine Walton ono could almodt see will adopt tho latest fad in ushers, and matic effect that furious contest. Tho whole perforin tho future audiences will bo shown the and everybody their chaireby female ushers. Louisville ance was greatly enjoyed females, went awav feeling still further indebted Times. Yes, when it gets the to the lecture committee. an exceedingly remote probability. Indi-Hiinpolis . to-dan CITY AND VICINITyT first-clas- s first-clas- s Tiik Advocate says County Assessor Geo. H. Hocker has returned his books, which show the total amount of taxable property in Boyle county to bo nn increase of $lSo,000 over last year. J. 0. Caldwell is tho largest tax payer, lint list amounting 10 inx.uo. w w Peter Gentry comes next with f 124,0 lo, church. V33lO Tho local preachprs hae formed an and Mr. M. J. Farria third with $117,- association, which meets every Mouday. 115. Thomas McHoberts pays on SS 1,303 Rev. W. A. Slaymaker is president and Main Street, Stanford, Ky., dealer in and several hundred on $10,000 and at the meeting Monday, Rev. W. E. Ar over. nold read a paper on "The Unconverted Ock pugilistic friend, W. II. Miller, in our Churches," which we intended to has been at it again. Mr. J. W. Hamscy publinh iu this issue but were prevented was before tho grand jury and guvo by sickness of force. some testimony against tho occupants of Rev. Milton Elliott has been offered certain property ot Mr. Miller and the the presidency of Christian College, Colatter wentto see him about it. Thu lumbia, Mo., the largest female hoarding Spring Wagons, Carts of all styles and grades, Old Hickory Wagons, conversation M)on waxed wrathy, and school in tho State, of another in New Imperial Plows, McCormick Harvesting Machines, Tiger Marrows Mr. Miller using some pretty rough lan- Mexico and still another in Central Ken- and Hay Rakes, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, Land Rollers, Wheat guage to him, Mr. Ramsey's good right tucky, but his friends hope that this sec- Drills, Threshing Machines, Engines, Saw Mills, Buggy and Wagon camo in contact with Mr. Millers face. tion w ill not bo forced to lose tho tervi-cHarness, Saddles, Fields, Baled Hay, &c. Then Mr. Miller's duke reached for Mr. of this experienced educator. Hamsev's person and sent him to grafts. The ntati.stics for the United Stales Tho row caused a crowd to gather and show that Episcopal clergymen very tho beligerants wore separated. Mr. Mil- largly increased last year, the gain being ler sayB he had no intention of striking 2S:$, uinking n total of 4,331. But the Mr. Hnrnsey, who is in very bad health, parishes aro twent-eigh- t less than last Is offering- and would not have done so had ho not year. They now number only 3,157. Ramsey thinks, been struck first. Mr. Thero aro 2,372 missions, an increase of however, that when n man call another seventy-two- . The communicants nro what he was called, ho must bo in 5IS.S35, a gain of 1S.5G7. The total conBesrch of a fight nnd in his case ho can tributions were $13,503,000, n gain of We must have room for our always be accommodated. In every Department. $147,000. The most extraordinary figures Tho jury in the caso nrc the bsptisniH, 04,511, a gain of 4.51S. Cine uit Count. Rev. J. G. White, a Presbyterian G-OODof Silas Messor, for shooting into the house of the Misses Hughes, hung, stan- minister of Milwaukee, who lias been It will Pay you to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as ding eight for fino and five for ncquittal. tusking war on the Catholic church for Nancy Mitchell, for receiving and Btor 25 voars, made a statement that ho had they must be sold. ing stolen goods for Ed Brown, was Bent documents in his possession irrefutably showing that the Catholic church is plot up for ono year. Hon. H. C. Warren has qualified as ting to overthrow American institutions master commissioner, with John M. Hail and thatT. V. Powderly is one of that J. N.MENKFKE organization's instruments in tho move- A. C. SINK and Dr. J. B. Owsley as securities. of Danville, ment. Ho alleges that Powderly, under Hon. John W. Yerkes, of uBMatim: the laboring man, was elected flpecial judge in several cas- the guiFe Judge Sautley is of counsel. is really conniving to help the Roman es in which couti-trThe grand jury returued 'Jl more in- Catholic church to overthrow the dictments against Sherrod Coylo for BelThero were alling liquor unlawfully. NEW ADVEBTLSKMENTC. ready S against him for tho same ofienso Miller BroBddus for stealat this term. ing corn from Forestus Heid was acquit: ted, tho circumstantial evidence not con- Blue-Gras- s necting him with tho theft Biilliciently to convict. Spring, 1893. Our facilities for giving the greatest values for the least outlay, are Among tho visiting lawyers are Judge Krult amllOrnaiueiital Tree, small KrultrjGrape Robert Harding and J. W. Vines, Asparagus and everjrtliuitf fur ilie Orchard, unsurpassed. R. P. Jacob, Lawn and Garden I'rlcot low We sell direct Yerkes, of Danville; Col. W. 0. Bradley, and hau no actiiM. Catilosues on application to a II. K HlLl.ENMi:VKK, It. H. Tomlinson and J. Mort Hothwell, Lexington, Ky Mt. of Lancaster; C. C. Williams, of and Judge W. 0. Hansford, of Crab Orchard. After occupying tho court's attention for a day, tho case of Robert Hansford for robbing Mr. J. M. Hail's meat house was submitted to the jury last afternoon, We desire to call the attention of gardeners and farmers to our large when ii verdict for two years in tho penand splendidly assorted line ot itentiary was promptly returned. He has already done time for tho State at Sirs. V. .T. Rowcll, Jleilforu, aiass., sajs hit cured of Scrofula hy tho 10 mother hat Frankfort. after Imlng bad of four iKitttos o! The court will clo0e by limitation In both bulk and package. ment, and being treat- much other w. But little has been domain civil of health, as it reduced tc rjulto a low condition business during the term, tho common-wealt- h was thought sho could not lhc. cases consuming nearly all of tho Cured my little VsC of time. The grand jury adjourned yesterday reared all mcrhls of all kinds on after returning 155 indictments, mostly a year Iliad rV.VirvcovcrT, nhcu finally At the lowest possible prices. Garden Implements of his hands and at very low prices. for minor oil'enses. Induced tflM " I was The Hrst Assembly Presbyterian This week to make room for our Spring Stock. Our Mr. Hughes church at Ilnrrodsburg Iihs bought the has just returned from the cities, where he bought one of the nicest Hogsett Academy there for $:5,5o5 and And while will establish a mnlu nnd female school. stocks of goods ever brought to any town in Kentucky. Eld. J. G. Livingston asks us to bh " you arc in buying Winter Goods, don't fail to have us shov you our thnt ho will preach at Halls Gnp church new goods. Our new things in Dress Goods, in White Goods, Lanext Sunday at 11 o'clock, when he ces and Embroideries, both colored and white, and our new Clothing hopes all tho membersh ip will bo pres and Gents" Furnishings arc wonderful. Those goods arc bought for ent. Father Brad v, of the cash and we intend to make things red hot. Archiepiecopnl Diocese of St. Louis, was We will open a splendid line of Sattcens, French Ginghams, Outfound dead in hia bed. Opposition to ings, Percales, Henriettas, Serges, French Poplins, and everything in his promotion to Coadjutor caused a natDress Goods, Trimming Silks, &c. Come early and see us. ural ailment to become fatal. Dr. Talmage is diesitisfied with the big debt of the Brooklyn Tabornacle and mav rceign, His stated salary is$12,000, nnd yet ho says that in three years he has received only SG28. Tho Methodists and Presbyterians aro holding meetings in Bowling Green and politics, business and other matters have given away to religion and men-ar- e J. M. HUBBARD, A. M., President. inquiring what they shall do to bo 24111, 1893. saved. St. Louis First Methodist Church, Full corp of Contcrvtory and Normal School teacheri. Superior courses in Literature, Music and In South, Dr. Carradine, pastor, a meeting An. Excellent boarding department. Catalogues and circulars furnished on application. has been in progress four weeks, and at last accounts there were 230 conversions, Biuctificntions and additions to the Vicar-General HUGHES & TATE. Stanford Female College. Spring Session Tuesday, January IB o WZ TJlKTW. IJLdlCjA.JLliXJLiLNtl A TE9WW 9 Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Buck Boards, us The Cash Bargain Store -- SPECIAL Inducements IsTZETW S. B. F. JONES & SON. y. & MENEFEE, SINE Proprietors of Tlie Stanford Lumber Yard, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. j 1 VI .' I . Nurseries, Ver-iio- We Carry a Pull Lino of Builders' Supplies. READ Tffl &AMKMBJJKr i8)e CURES SCROFULA W-c- n MJJj y1 lEffilBg, Big hcredl-vklcha- p cj$ Genuine N. Y. Early Rose Seed Irish Potatoes, DEATH'S DOINGS. tUMCiireUiIm,aiidno A fuwtio f ynijitotnv of tho Hseao remain. all-roun- d Opem-HouB- O After years of patient CiiiusMAN. anil uncotiiplalniiiK mitleriiiR, Mips Maty J. Cliriainan was called to eternal reHt at 3IYEKS Horn iu Wayne 11 i'. t., Wednesday. county 51 years uijo, she has for tli last 'Jo years made hur home with nor Droui. Elder. Joseph Ballon, who P. W.CREEN, Prop. says he never knew a hotter woman in every renpect than she. A member of This Mable, which l run u connection with the Mjcra House, ha been supplied with the church all her life, liar mission ueem to ro about doini- - good and she ed to be A New Lot of Horses, Carriages, she accomplished it in a moat loving Buggies, Wagons, manner. She was an invalid all her life lihetter 'han evor u. .rummer' Supphe nd with and for the list five years had been nupplv th puhllc cancer, which was the prepaid with RIGS OP ALL KINDS. immediate causo of her death, .ho had given to Wedding Personal and prompt been very ill for a mouth and though I'lrtiei and Huilals. attention murmurP. W. GREEN, Proprietor. hor Buttering were intense ulie AL. BURNS, Manager. ed not. In a talk with Mr. Bullou she Mr.. T. L. Matheih. Mathervlllo, Miss. Ooi IwoV on UlooJ and Skin DiMis.t milled fr. SwrT brtciric Co., Atlanta. C. FARRIS & HARDIN. HOUSE 1 VERTf ST AB&E Dealer In well-know- n Faney Groceries, Fruits -- V And- Horo-lyalllict- FIRST-CLAS- S Confectioneries. Baker's Bread Always on Hand. I v : v4 ,, . y.l... . .ti. UfciUVtl' Ej f 7 "ltffrzsstrr& - tKae Semi-Weekly It is almost as easy to run up heavy bills with a fnrrior ns it i with a j' or silversmith. Furs, so far ns good profits THE POETRY OF SPRING. nro concerned to tho fur dealer, aro esIt is tho Boon tho Jaunt)- - bullfrog, from hla fitful winter sentially luxuries of tho rich. dream, rarest "and finest skins that yield tho Will thoURhtfiilly unroll himself nnd climb tha most lucrativo returns, ns they comTho snake w ill get ft wlgsle on, tho toad will elve a hop. The turtle, for tho "river trade," will "open up Interior Jourhr: Talk About Furs. WATER FOR HOUSE PLANTS. CHILDREN'S DRESSES, Sugicciitlon GRIST MILL. Rnt Mill Grinding W ver turbid ctrrntn; his thop;" The polnto bus convention on the kUlsitlo will convene And maVo the cranserwearr climbing up with pnrls Brecn; Thovoodciiuclc from hh nolo will peep when twilight hours arc dim. And in tho early morning brine the foxtrap back with him: Perhaps n, head of cabbaco for his littSo tots? trap and cabbage in, and pull tho hole in too; Tho patter ol the raindrops and tho scamper of tho rats Will awal.cn tonder memories in toulful back Uo will pull the boo Whcro the moonlight's gcntlo focus, stealing through th midnight fog. Weaves a ranop'ed enchantment forsomo lovesick poodlo dog, Yon vill hear tho owl's rejoinder to his lore mate's repartee As ho wisely winks both eyes at you from out soino neighboring tree; Tho Jocund hens and roosters in tho plum trees by tho door Will harmonize their medloy with the pig's planted corn And add another wrinklo to tho farmer's face forlorn; The spiders In the attic will once more their shuttles ply To weave a labyrinth for the uneducated fly. Tho roscbugs will climb higher to cscapo a pcnd leg doom, And eh o points on Jigs and waltzes 'mid the cherry tree perfume; Tho house flies toon will greaw their toes from off tho butter plato To allay the irritation of their too nails on your pate; Tho mosquito bird and other birds vi ill form a poetry ring And set tomo lines to tnusio of tho poetry of spring. Boston Globe. Tho crows will hold tt caucus near tho newly sonorous snore: jnnlcnts; Xot to lto Thought Of. his offer of marriage had been refused, and ho was to ho discouraged. ' He soliloquized. pa Ho glared fixedly at a marine chromo on tho wall. "am I rebuffed thus? Perhaps" A new light shono in his eyes. "yes, that's it. Sho wants me to kneel beforo her. Upon my knees but no" His face grew pinched and drawn with anguish. "I cannot kneel beforo her. Sho" The thought was obviously repulsive. "would seo tho bald spot on my head." Tho Bleet and snow beat noisily against the window pane, but tho man jvith oiled hair lay on the sofa and groaned himself to sleep. Detroit Tribune. At a Frogrrsilie Kucher. late The man with oiled hair was disconso- It was tho fifth time "Why" mand prices which become fanciful in proportion to their scarcity. There is ono point in favor of the fur dealer in the perishable nature of his most costly wares. Jewelry may bo handed down as an heirloom, and at tho worst tho jewels will only need resetting; services of silver plate are almost indestructible, and even if they aro burned in some conflagration the precious metal remains; but a set of sablo or sea otter skins can only last ft certain time with tho utmost care. Tho moth will find its way into them or the hair will rub off with rough usage, and tho soft and velvety gloss will suffer by exposure to the air, Tho trade in furs has always been one in which tho first cost of the articlo has borne a singularly small proportion to tho price it ultimately commands in the market. John Jacob Astor, at tho time of his death tho richest man in tho United States, laid tho foundation of his immenso fortuno, estimated at toO.OOO,-000, in furs. Ho was wont in his latter years to declaro that when ns a young man ho went into the wilds of this state with his pack on his back he often purchased of Indians for strings of bends which had not cost him ns much as sixpence sterling skins which when dressed commanded in London as many guineas. Of course tho skins in passing through tho hands of various individuals were advanced for 'arious profits on them beforo they were sold for six guineas. Still, making every allowanco for this tho gains of Astor were enormous in proportion to his first outlny. Although tho profits realized in tho fur trade sixty or seventy years ago can no longer be obtained the differenco between the first cost of the skins and tho retail price is still extremely considerable. Ladies' Cloak and Suit Review. A Monster Hell. 288,000 pounds, and took tho combined strength of twenty-fou- r men to ring it. The "King of Bells," like its predecessor, had the misfortuuo to bo broken five years after it was cast by falling timbers during tho great firo of 1T37. The bell is now upon the ground, the broken place in tho sido being us largo as a good sized door. Tho bell itself is largo enough for a dwelling house, being 19 feet and 3 iuches in height and 60 feet and 0 iuches around tho margiu. This monster of monsters weiglis 13,732 pounds. Jt is said that an enormous amount of gold (by somo authorities estimated at over a ton) was by accident incorporated into its composition. St. Louis Republic. 1 Tho largest bell in the world is tho one in Moscow, Russia, known as tho "King of Bells." It was cast in 1732, partly from fragments of another great bell called tho "Giant," which was broken in the early part of the Seventeenth century by falling from its support. Tho "Giant," although not as large as tho "King of Bells," was, nevertheless, no pigmy, for we tiro told that it weighed I -- "D'ycm git d' 'vict'ry' prize, Mr. John- - 011151 "Git uuffin, cliile. Whatyo goin do wid dat box corn salve?" "Yo fool niggah, dat's de 'booby' prize dat's fo' d'feat." "Shoo!" Onco a Week. Two Replies. "Death is tho best physician," said a Hebrew patient to his too assiduous medical man. "Why?" inquired the doctor. "Becauso ho pays only one visit." On the Stock Exchange tho following dialogue was heard: "Mr. Moses, what would you advise mo to buy today?" "What a question! I should recommend you to buy some thermometers. They aro very low today and are sure to rise in time." Argonaut. Tormenting an Anteatur. Tho anteater is described as being nn extremely btupid, slow moving animal, by no means given to attacking its neighbors, but when hard pressed it is said to ait up on its hindquarters like a bear and defend itself with its powerful claws. Apropos of this habit The London Saturday Review has heard tho following story of an unteater at the Zoo, and, though wo cannot vouch for its scientific nccurucy, it has a moral, and will, wo think, bear repetition. A man ono of the class so well known to and hated by the keepers, whose chief interest iu visiting the menagerie appears to be to torment the unfortunate animalsstanding by the anteater's cage was heard to remark that this was the sort of animal he liked, as it could not bite. He then proceeded to poke it with his new silk umbrella, on which the retaliated by quietly taking hold of that weapon with its claws, with the result that the unfortunate owner was left in possession of the frame while tho animal carried off tho silk as a trophy of well earned victory over its enemy. ant-eater IX- K Leaaou In Zoology. Keeper (in menagerie) You'd better not go too closo to that cage. It's none too strong, and tho tiger's a savago one. Visitor I'm trying to get acquainted with him. 1 believe in keeping on the good sido even of a tiger. Keeper (pulling him away) Then you be careful to keep on his outside. Chicago Tribuno. Evidence of It. "Do you know Mr. Drydust?" said Maud. 'He's very "Yes," replied Mamie, learned, isn't he?" "What makes you think so?" "He can talk so long on such uninteresting things." Washington Star. You See. The frontispiece of the March number Fetter's Southern Magazine (Fetter cfc Shober, Louisville, Ky.) is a reproduction from a painting by that illustious Memphis artist, Miss Mary Solari, whose work, while abroad, attracted the attention of Paris to such an extent that the painting reproduced in this number was awarded the third prize at the Paris Salon exhibit of last year. Accompanying the illustration is a poem by Howard Hawthorne M'Gee, whose poetical works have established him among tho first of the younger Southern poets. The other features oi the number are all good and the excellent magazine continues to grow in public favor. of A certain man's wife heard him in the An exchange attributes this statement to a professor of chemistry who was explaining why an experiment had failed: "As you see, gentlemen, ut present you see nothing. Why you seo nothing you will see directly." Youth's Companion. A man no sooner finishes his prayer to be delivered from temptation than ho bunts temptation to be delivered from. A good name may be better than great richas, but most people would prefer to have the great richea to atart with, and take their chancea of getting the good name. Here's a remarkabje case. The other who baa been dumb day a wagon-maker (or yeara picked up a hub and spoke. adjoining pantry making explosive remarks. "What are you doing myfdear?" Bhe asked. "Opening a can of tomatoes," he answered. "What are you opening it with?" she asked sweetly. "With a knife," hef replied fsavagely. "Did you suppose that I was opening it with my teeth?" "No. From the language you used I thought you were opening it with prayer." If you want to find out a man's real disposition take'.him.whenlhe'a wetland hungry.! ilf he is amiable then, dry him and fllljiim up, and you have an angel. Character is higher than intellect A great soul will be strong to live as well as to think. Emerson. Ours Fur I.ittln (llr!. All tho now wash materials nro . pretty for children's frocks, GALliEB.-S'nnd short lengths of handsome fabrics (ism) built and fittisl up a new And hindion.A sold at n reduction may bo mado up Lew teencry, tie (alleryat efiVcti.oly for young girls. One ccikimo, ROWLAND, addinghtcrtMsvcruin most ABOUT HORSESHOEING. n.l it tlmiiitnu asd Gallery. With mn yrsr' advantage in littlo children's uttiro is liiB to k A Veteran lllurlinnillli Saja Hint Shoring that tho modo varies but slightly from experience I am rnablcdao da sood wort allow the latctt and I abinct 1'holot fiuiihvd niict CniiM'H Nmlculur Dlitrnsi'M. thnt it is quite liett t)le at Ji jo per dolus Carda $ dbien, Diono season to tho next, 1 was in tho war nearly threo years, tafo to begin on tho Minplo gowns for the amond 7jc do m Thanking the putilk fur att favor, I am shod and handled n great many hor's l'KANK COKDIKH i and mules, hnvo seen horses shamefully abused, and 1 can truthfully wiy I don't think that onco in a hundred times it ,.,,. Ul. IUU IIUIBI', . . 0 n, llfc Uil HIV liilltU BIKH1 McKlNNKY, KY fcouiaof tho worst horses to shoe, never tuniwUliy uw lhat Jlccmu t, and, have bought adore mentioned Hotel at joth u,(, fl h. and have atULlicd a 1 can yet shoo the worst horso wit on First-CUEar and Fool Room. injuring or beating him l"u,T moist, but wait until it istlry. Do not iff....-..- ,,. camo a old German .. I. .. 1.1 : J Have repaired and rUurnUhcd the Motel and J .1.. Hint uig uirsu in waiui is in- - to my place, quito n distance, to get a lmngmu 11 atu better ilun ever ways tho remedy when tho plants wither "bad ono" shod nnd told jo ho had Prepared to Accommodato tho or nave insects on meiu. .unny a poor heard I shod bad horses and did not flower has been drowned. Bo careful, nbuo them. I replied that abuse did not Public. too. that water docs not stand iu tho do tho shoeing. I shod tho horso; ho did vpeciat attention toComtnrrclnl Men saucers or bores under tho plnnts, .LJ113I , . ....... ...! W GUKKN. Proprietor i...nu uui (iml.h n mlctiintin will causo mold nnd sogginess and will seemed to it ianinuu, I.Mill 111L" UWIIIT IOK (ARSON", Manager think that had used somo weaken if not rot nwny tho roots, ' 6ort of magio ("words," ns ho expressed DR. JOS. HAAS Cold water is chilling to tender houso it) to mnko tho nniaial Btand quiet. plants, nnd tho best rulo is to uso lhat I told 1dm there was ns much nrt in which is warm to tho hands. Rainwater l holding tho foot so that Hog & it was easy for Is is supposed to contain ammonia and tho horse, to avoid holding tho foot so it better than well water. If hard water would cramp him, nnd to bo careful not Used Successfully Fifteen Years. bo had, add n littlo soda is all that can to excito him in nm wny, ns there was oow.vs. rem diteaie, eapelt Wilt airett dlteatc, prevem ' ideas ,, mo t iu li ii j,, I.i. iu worrna, ttap lint) ami hattcn gallon-a- nd eummer now when tho dressmakers and nuluilty. cough, Incicati the then add enough boiling V, AXV . n J " I'ricei ti.v, Si 5 and jo ccnti per package; heamstresses aro not bnsy. Tim prettiesit water to bring thowholo to tho right ""' can n he Boiling wnter is some- euce. temperature. littlo organdio gowns aro mado with a tnc cheapen. I'orjotalc I by larett package are When tho young colt first stands alono low necked, short waisted bodice, nbont A. R. I'KNKY, times used successfully, but it is rather aianlord, Ky risky. "Water nt from 73 to 150 degrees it stands on tho frogs of his feet, as they which is gathered n full rufilo, edged 97j aro large, prominent nnd liko jelly. They with lace, and falling low enough to enis warm enough for ordinary use. Never YKAUEK. THOMAS YKAGEU wet merely tho top surfaco of a potted gradually dry and harden and press tho tirely conceal tint waist. Tho littlo skirt JAMKS quarters upirt (which nro closo together is gathered nud finished with n plain hem plant, but moisten tho wholo ball of at YCAGEK YKAGER, thoroughly contracted, nt wo earth. If tho earth has becoiuo hard and j call birth tho adult horse). To keep the or with n littlo frill. A pretty model for cashmere dress dry, set the wholo pot into n pall of warm . hoofit in FHD AND 211 STABLE healthy tho frog mii9t have natural has u pointed cnolil.oi. rufilo, gathered water till it is soaked through. Tho morning is tho best tiiuo to water pressure, nnd tho wholo hoof should bo from tho neck and filling quite to the 8TANFOKD. KY. plants tho earlier tho better. No water j wet at least twice a day, for i horse at luilt ft, tlm fmnt nviil fif tint lmplr. rTln pasturo or running wiui won m naturally nMo flll,hcil on tjK. We are III our new nil le in the Opera Mouwt with a ocul should bo giveu plants when tho hot sun ' Tf o nlnni n.iugim " "'t ' lop cmbroiilfretl by hand and having lllocLiid are will tupplleU with ia iwtii-im-i iirtrwi 41in?r. r,ivi Bet ft drink in tho btrenui ... .... wi rows of dots worked in following tho ,v. ...v.. ,,,v.. .. .....o uu ........v..., H,.,n ......... u it- ...o. tn t NEW RIGS AND HORSES JU" 1"-- '' mini; uu juur nure- i outlinoof tho scallop. Another pretty ". ii.i a shady place, for tho hot sun filmnlv feet - ...i water but cold with ti httlo bran or idea is n pithered waist of wool, belted Jlavv been tiurchated and nothing but bakes the plant roots beforo they can have n chance to drink up tho moisture. salt in it. If ho is bick, keen his feet with many straps of velvet nnd worn lurnoutt will Wave the liable. wet Plants in bloom requiro moro water than dump with warm, on hiscloths. toDon't over a white embroidered guimjw. Tho put corks or calks keep shoes nt other times, and fniluro to supply it his frog from touching tho ground. I gown of soft fawn challie, with green M Give leaves and tiny flowerets, has its ti migreatly impairs the size, at this timo brilliancy and lasting quality of tho blos- never sawn horso laino from pressure ming of thin velvet, or a pluiu blue wool, unless tho frog liad been ruined by bad light, is mado stylish with n decoration soms. shoeing. I havo seen horses stand with of brown velvet. weight on tho frog, nud tho quarters The Spring Hut la Ilcautlful. Another pretty idea for n challie Is Jeb Musn, lrrof Kitty I'atchrn't Dark-nof an inch, copied from n dnsy httlo frock of The new spring hat may bo classified would spread iii'tnilUut Cinu a jo, U a black liort lundt high, utrd by Matnbrlno Patchen, i as a gay and frivolous creation of chip without flinching. bengnline. The skirt is plain. Tho ij, irt dam I'uu I'rall, dam uf r Trail J li',. in green or blue or heliotrope. Some- . I never kiw n horso that had never "tMU is shirred nt vaaw front and back, Stout y. lllack Diamond 9, and five times it is of straw, with strands of many oeen snou nave navicular mseaso, un..- producing win i and ihrro producing daughter. Ily a standing rulllo of tho goods. Mark 1 ln, tA dam Cora, by Daniel Vr btrr ueu up in a ammo nut About l0 W(Ilt colors interwoven liko tho felt braiding it iiau ucen a bnW(1 Mt maAo vt In color, lie, itylc, tinlth and etprclally In hit worn through tho winter, or it may bo us ieec Kept ury. uon t nave nun snou i pipings of longaliuc about half an inch tegt and feet he it the lounltrpart ol th old hortn like of leghorn in tho old "Hat" shape, tho tmless ho needs it; don't havo tho calks wide, with rows of gold braid between. and edit.hit aire, he Imparlt hit tuirb fmlth U brim drooping in becoming curves and on his front shoes moro than half nn inch This belt does not meet in front or nt bit Stuart it full brother to Mambiino Time, Jeb romideied, it the grratttt brood luarr big roses lying luxuriantly in beds of high, and havo them thin, so they will tho hack, but is finished on either bido that, age before daughtert having tho public, aire yrt fino and filmy lnco on tho crown. One cut in nnd let tho frog havo pressure; tho shirred space with two rosettes of already produced 15 Irora J hit (o , and the 6( liul right yeart old hat there is with an inch high crown of linve tho web of tho shoo nnrrow, so that tho braid. A full rufilo gathers over tho oldett Stuart will make the teaton of &? at Dud Jeb leghorn braid and a shirred crepo dt tho solo will get pressure to keep it'' shoulder, stopping nt tho shirring, nnd is derar't Mill, 4 lalle north of bttnl&rJ, on Dit chine brim of bluo caught up on ono tough and healthy; nail tho shoo on near finished on tho edgo with tho braid. Klver, sido to make a nestling plnco for a hand-- 1 tho toe, so that tho foot can liavotlio nat- - Baby ribbon in velvet or satin might At $30 to Insure a Living Colt. ural spring without his konsitivo foot ful of pink buds against the hair. tho gold on a figured dress, and j pressing sidewiso against tho nails. Money due when colt comet or intie aoldor tired matching some color iu the material I uover mw flat footed horses havo nn-- 1 mako u pretty addition to tho summer to another tivno I'or further Inlormallon addrrvt S. K DUDDEKAK .. 11KO. viculnr disease, nnd they get tho most dress. (llbcrttCrceit.Ky frog pressure. It is tho strong hobbled, IJihkI I'or Colli. high heeled horse that is suro to get it if not handled carefully. Drivo the nails A medicinal lemouadeof value is mado as low and ns far from the quick as jks- - ' of flaxseed, lemons, sugar and wattr. sible to keep tho shoo on as long as it Pour 1 quart of Iwlling water ujion I oiler at prlvalr aIc all of III ral and pertonal should stay on. Tho higher you drivo tnblesioonfulsof flaxseed. Add tho juico property now under my tonlicl, conmtiog of a welltelccted tho nail and tho closor you drivo it to of 2 lemons, but not tho ireol. Sweeten the quick tho moro damage to tho hoof. ' to tho taste. Steep threo hours in a Stock of General Merchandise, Tho horn is heaviest or thickest at tho covered pitcher. Ico it In'foro drinking. In my itore room in the lawn ot Crab Orchard, too and gets tldnner townrd tho heel or It is admirable for colds. altu the quarters and is often quito thin on tho inside of tho foot within an inch of the Tlin OM .MmlnNrw. I Occupy and Hrick Store-Housheel, where it gets thicker and is quite Tho favorite way of bringing n last the Kami as thick ns it is at the toe, where it turns jacket up to date seems to lo to ndd front along the frog nud gets so thin at a elvet shoulder capo to it. A lovely Upon which I now rmldc, known at the tho ioint of tho frog thnt it is scarce!) coat seen on Hru.iil wnv. Now York, was of place, about K mile from Crab Orchard Graham on the ' noticed, uud many men think there is no ' black cloth, tight fitting, with a shonl- - Lanrittcrand Crab Orchard turppike, containing KRIVOfjOL'S CREATIONS. la all der cniw of purple velvet. A very pretty abcut tonbeacre. Thu bargain. detirable properly Another feature of the spriughatistliH horn around the jioint of tho frog, and will told at a I'nttcttion given Oeorgo Bates in Now York Tribune. toquo of tho same velvet as tho cttjo was immediately. All pmont t have cUirni agalntt drooping lace festooned about its brim. ' are hereby notified that they mutl make immediworn with it, trimmed with sable tail. ate tetilemcnt. It has feathers, too not tho erect and J. It. IIAILRY, Mgr., Crab Orchard, Ky. Tho way some suburban young ladies H eh Service Fm, we havo j self confident grenudior guards twist nnd turn their finery about to as worn, but softly curling, shyly conscious A well known horso expert says: baby tips, with roses playing nt lude and TIhth Is uiiiitlinr matter that is txrti ' to give it a spring, Mimmcr, autumn or winter nspeeMs quito wonderful lor go seek in and out of their soft plumes. nent to this discussion, it seems to therefore ifc viz., tho question of high stud fees. instnnco, a winter bonnet is mstnutly The spring hat is demure; ! will benr closo watching. It is likely to They uro altogether too hitch, in my transformed into a spring ono by tho surprise us with mnchiuvelian propensi- -' opinion, and must be lowered. If they placing of a bunch of violets on nnd unties for deep laid schemes to startle, cun- - are not, there is going to bo n drop booncr der tho brim. Later on the violets (give FOR GOOD WORK! ning devices to astound. It promises ec- - or later in tho breeding business. Just place to moro seasonable flowers mixed - think of itl I tako up my paper today, with a little light lace. centricities galore and coquetries irresistible. After all, it is interesting if it and iu looking over the sales of trotting i ! White lUndi. isn't becoming, and hns a Bweet, appeal horses nnd young things I seo numerous All excellent whitener and softener of ing grace in its coyness and quaintness instances where tho foal hns sold for that will conquer its critics and disarm soveral dollars less than was paid for tho tho hands for occasional uso is mado of servico of tho horn' in somo cases for 2 tablespoonfulsof lemon juice, 1 of glyc- According its disparagers. to results accomplished; erin, of colorless almond oil and n few hundreds of dollars less. Mourning lalilom. in udditiou to a liberal commitniou of does not require an astute mind to drops of tho triple extract of violet. It The graduotions of mourning, from seo where such a state of things, if contweuty per cent. A Iloiuu Full of rilliiwi. somber, unrelieved black, through black tinued, will lead the breeders of the is a cei tain old adage to tho efThere with white, then black and white, gray, country. It will certainly lead them Also lavender, until at last rosy pink is into tho woods. No, stud fees must fect that too much of a good thing is reached, und lifo and color aro in evi- como down. So preposterous uro the well nigh us bad as none, but iu this day GUESS PREMIUMS dence, have become u thing of the past. fees charged by somo owners of stal- of luxurious couches and innumorablo There has always been n touch of grim lions that I havo sometimes doubted pillows it seems difficult to reach tho FOR SUBSCRIBERS. humor in tho observance, as one should whether they received what has been superabundant oint. To mnko a pillow liko tho one tho subsiding stated they havo got. Again, more colts say, "Watch mo; my grief is No Impossibilities or Uncertain must bo gelded. Wo havo got too many drawing bIiows, purchase u by easy stages." square of siigo colored sateen, somo ties. Every thing Fair, Honorindifferent stallions now without tho number. Wo havo got too twisted bilks of lighter shades of tho able, Piain and TositiTC. Cnrn of Titian. Palms should havo a good soil such many ioor stallions uud not enough first same color, and one yard of india silk, ono shade lighter than the cloth. Sec programme iu tho as would grow corn well. They need class geldings. but littlo pot room and repotting but MiroUiri:s Stay He Too Large. Eeldom, They should have plenty of There is a dlsisition to get Shrop-shirestrong a sunlight is apt to light, but too too lnrgo and consequently coarso discolor tl0 leaves. They should bo especially There is no more reason for demanding given an abundance of water, in the summer, but tthould never be al- a Shropshire as largo as an Oxford ot of our Fourth Annual Contest among lowed to dry out. "Want of water de- Lincoln than there is for ono us small as Agcnta for largest clubs. stroys their health and takes away their a Merino or Southdown. Tho true typt green color. Uso water of tho same tem- of Shropshire ram weiglis from 200 tc An Agency for the Weekly perature as tho room in which they 1230 pounds as n yearling or ut 18 months GO to 70 pounds heavier Enquirer is a profitable business. It is stand. Sponge both sides of the leaves old, and is from Yearling with tepid water as often as they be- at maturity in good flesh. the best school in the world to prepare come dusty. They do not requiro a high ewes now weighing 110 to 100 pounds, with bono and constitution to carry 4C one for a business contact with tho temperature, but like many other plants do best in nn equable ono. Too hot and pouuds.moro at full ago in fair flesh, are public, a stcpping-BtonA TASTY DESIGN. to busincsu dry an atmosphero will usually turn the heavy enough. There is room for each On the sateen draw or havo stamped qualification and future prosperity. leaves brown. Keep them oat of drafts, breed, but ho who would succeed with any breed must know its typo and breed ono largo horso chestnut leaf aud which are very injurious. it In long and short stitchce with Wo want good Agents to solicit for for it. havo calls for Shropshire rami the twisted silks. Cut tho India silk into subscriptions. I often Celery Lere. The inducements arc strips, hem the edge und make a The green leaves of celery should be weighing SW0 pounds ns yearlings and ewes weighing 250 pounds. The low full and ample frill. With some plain, extra good. saved against the time when celery is out of season. "Wash tho perfect leaves and down, broad chested, strong constitu-tioned- , simple material for the back, mako the ENQUIRER COMPANY, early maturing Shropshires, the cushion cover and stitch the frill into the dry them on a plato on tho back of the stove, turning frequently. Keep In a typo of which fhe best English breeders seam in throe of the four sides. Slip in CINCINNATI, O. pillow tightly covered tin box, and they will have fixed, will pay best to raise and tho mauy and closo the open end with invisibb stitches as you can as EL prove a great addition to soups, stewa should win in the ehowyard. George make. Brcck in Bpfdjr'f Gazette. nnd dressings. and 1'rollt. Somo plants require moro moisturo than others, and tho cultivator must study tho needs nud nature of hor nurslings to find this out. But ono thing to bo remembered is that n soggy soil that holds tho water long is wholly unfit for successful plant growing except iu tho i enso of aquatics. Tho idea is to supply water which may drain through tho earth rapidly, whilo yet enough is absorbed to help tho plant in its growth. A healthy plant needs sou that is woll I I V tho drained. and absorbs 7i water quickly, . r.iiUl . i. ""i'- lby converting tho nourishment from tho soil into liquul form which tho ) J Suggestions That Slay Ho Followed to for ?tiMtisr Scxrrnl Hun.Womr T. STON K .V SOU urn now runnlnjj near tho old Stona mill on Uix River if) only on KriJj tm ly NEW HrM-CU- 1 n 111 t-- rcapt-ctfully- , ""7 ,. "T!!,, B -- wK ..ll.. ,, J I r ,., Commercial 1 os Hotel, J " ( ,; ""- -- .1.-- 1 I Poultry Remedy ir im-v- '"i l,t,, rt. rS' UIKI-S- '""! --- & '",';", I f ili-tt- ,,,f - I -- rt ". - firtt-cla- u tlicm a Call. JEBx STUART. n. one-fourt- h ni yol-lo- w w-i- jng 1 1TOTIOB. 1 lwo-loi- y e I 95-i- tn mo' GOOD PAY For Ladies or Gentlemen $5 to $500 Cash! 1 20-inc- h s Weekly Enquirer o eia-broid- er ; I V '-