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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886042301 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 1886 $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. Sent Veddn 0 VOL. XIV. Simi-Mcchl- B lit KY. well-timed MM amfm a! NO. 118. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1886. $ntcrior$oral WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLEY COUNTY. SOMERSET, Owing to Judge Owsley's abience, very little buslnets was done in court Mondiy. several day, lut was The morning was taken up in selecting l'nbtlHlicil Tticadaynand Friday proving yesterday. -- AT Our postmaster, Mr. J. D. Adkins, has jurors, Ac , and the afternoon was given up NNUM, OAWH. purchased a lot and will soon erect a new to the candidates pretent who desired to gt You have on more Splendid Chance and it will positively be the speak. Hon. R. E, Puryear, of Tylor P. O. building on it w credit tlut 11.50 IUU e. understood If Col. T. W. Varnon, of Stanford, is in county, candidate for Congress in the 11th peeled anil demsndf J. speech the city shaking hinds with bis many district, lead off with a friends, K very body would be ready to 111m principal point was that he was op W. T. WALTON. swear that he is a ctndidatd for Congress if posed to federal aid to public schoob; then i he liyed;in this district and he would be came Mr. Martin, from Hart, candidate for There will be two the same office. Ills grounds are about the hard to beat tn Whitley. Mr. Isaac Ojan, late proprietor of the same as Mr. Puryear's, His speech, though Sutton Ilouxe, which was recintly destroy- very short, was considered a very able one. ed by fire, has leased for two years the After that gentleman spoke Mr. R C War Hi residence of N A. Hicbardson, on Main ren addreised the large audience. was Of fine, Seasonable Goods, in which ladies are particularly interested. On street, tbe capacity of which haa lately speech was a most elegant one and Y&iflfcsW: very loudly applauded, and one could see been supplemented by an addition of six rooms and a kitchen. Mr. Ogan will in a that bis friend in that county were very He, of course, denied the few days be able to rntertain his many numerous. j( many false charge! that have been made friends and customers more comfortably o'clock each day. The goods to be Bold, Of this week, 22d and 23d, beginning at than ever before, The rooms are all large against him in regard to his using money and whisky and receiving negro votca in REO-JLIRIDIjIES- S V-A-LTTand well ventilated and newly paprred. E a very clear big fire and flood, the primary and showed in Notwithstanding the way that if these things had been done Will consist mainly of a full lino of fino WHITE GOODS, including Nansooks, India Linens, fine Open-Worke- d Williamsburg continue in the line of Goods of every description; also a largo assortment of extra wide and fine Hamburg Embroideries, they had been done without his knowledge progress. iSrxt to lie added to lis many fine Oriental Torchon and other beautiful trimming Laces. and consent. It is plainly to be seen that thriving industries is another mammoth these charges have been started by a very lumber mill with other manufacturing at Also a Largo Assortment of Lace Curtains and Curtain Material, fine White Spreads, &c. The sale will in clud small number of so called democrats in tachments. Messrs. Wyman, Cairns and each day a special ouenng ot extra lino bmyrna Kugs, including a few ot a very large bizo and high cost, CHARLES M MEACHAM. Pulaski, when we noticed the way in and a limited number of very handsome Imported Druggets. others, of Grand Haven, Michigan, have which he was greeted on every point on Abate e pirsent a i;ood Hkenesi of one purchased a si to for a mill and booms, pay- his and that little or no stock Is Some extra fine All-WoCashmeres, (including fancy colors and blacks) will be sold each day. ne of ing about $3,500 for same, and will be of the younet a well taken In them by the true blues. Mr. Caarlei ready eoon to commence work. Thee men brlRblMt of Kentucky' pres KOB Warren Is highly pleased with his prostbe contemplate doing busine on a grand M. Meachatn, th present editor of pects in that county and believes the demoIlnt.ktnMllle S,nth KrnlntLUm, wss born In scale and we welcome all such to our midst. crats will use all fair means to elect him. Remember these are the last auction sales in which ladies aro particularly interested. On SATURDAY, 24th, lljlleslew, Christian county. June 14, 1SS. They also bought a boom right from John Since my last visit to this place Mr. He Green and will build an extensive boom up f ttmtUt nreecher there will bo a general enlo of Merchandise of every description, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 p. r., ...ii.ii R. A. Johnston has put up a handsome to which EVERYBODY IS INVITED. All claFscs of Goods will be sold on that occasion, as it was educated at the MiU'arr llluh School the river on that plan. brick building between Somerset and South will be the last auction this season. Don't forget the dates and hours. He afterwards taught Oar Circuit Court is in sesilon with (a UopklnirHIe. be used as lower floor will J. W, Somerset. Tho the upper as an Opera echool and read law at ihe same time, and the following visiting attorneys: store rooms while wu licenced to prirlce In March, 1S79 Alcorn, Stanford; D.shman A Tinsley and House. Dr. J. M. Perkins has added bile waltlou for rich client and big few, Golden, of Birbourvllli; lloyd, Brown and much to the town by building a fine brick be began wrllioi; for tbe Stuth Kentuckiin Ewell, of London; Hardin, of Campbelle-vlll- e, residence on Main street. In and Johnson, of Jacksborougb, Tenn. for pastime, and so n bfcime o much Mine host Sim Hicks, who used to live il as disA great many pnal cate have been lore with the w rk thtt he H. K. TAYLOK, in Stanford, is a candidate for police judge editor in a h irt tiuii and la August of posed of and some few civil suit. The Of LOO AN COUNTY, Is a CandMstefor the office and will likely get there. In tbe case of the Commonwealth against George tbe eme year bxizht ha'f int-re- it ofSuperintendent of Public Instruction, subjtct NEAR DEPOT, STANKOItD, -- J. W. Alcorn, Eiq., in here mingling to tbe Democratic State Convention. an! with Mr. W. A. WiIjih, one and John Thomas for the murder ot Dan piper E C. W. the voters. ButOHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. u' For ileal, Klour, Bseon. LrJ, Sugir, Coflce. after the Shaw, colored, ha been In progress since with hi looki year his junior, and ter, Ears, Canned Ooods, Chocso. Bologna, OB. W. B. PENNY. Molaisrts. Jelly, rieietfes, Ari'le IsstThursJay and was finally etibmllled to HnMisscn It. "'Djt brudder of mine builnewdeputment, has since as editor-i- n Dontlrit, Butrer, Mackerel, l'.sV Feet, Hplce, I'epptr, CIotci, nd the jury last eyenlng, which after a long in Cnlcago vhas no good," said Moses, as (linger, Tea, Cinnamon, Candies, Homfnr, Beans, The direct through line and old established route chief nnJe It a jccji fiinncUll STANFORDD, KY. Oranges, from second-han- d pants at I'otaioo, Uriel Fruit, i'lcklm, Oil, Soap, Lemons, Ofice on Lancaster stroet, text door to Ihii-KiOti s.nr runl jur. consultation returned a verdict of not guil- be dinted a pair of 8Urch, ItaUlni. Tobacco, Clgara, Coal Jovrxal office. Otfice hours from SloHi. IStginQin as a weekly ty. The case of J J. Marshall, charged the door. "He cloe his shtore der udder Ululng, Vlnocar In fact anything uiually kept In Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis nal In tbe SlatM K. and 1 to 6 P. M. Anesthetics administered whes t to all pa and all points in the West. aicroccrr. Food a delivered promptly exchange for r. d necessary. with rape, was tried and a like verdict ren- day und puts out on a sign dot his wife was of town. Country produce taken in the paper was m rr itisa 'JJ year as. Two (2) Dilly Trains from Louisville to St- - Louis. good i. Ghe me a trial and I will treat you fair. Into a muj wesklf an I rutin? been dered. Jason Cornet was fined $50 for ma- deadt, und he (loan' keep open for two Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati 109-m to St. Louis. days." twice enlarge! is now the Urct paper of licious cuttiog "Wasn't that right?" Ken'ucky. It l printed In Only 10 hours from Louisville and Cincinnati that Issue in A Remarkable Person. ! to Jit. Louis. "It vhas all right to shut oop; hot why ill own handiom brick biildln? tnl lt tie had studied with deep devotioe old DeTho Only Lino by whloh you can doan' he say on der sign, Oa dls account I outfit i" the be.t In that whole section CONTRACTOR BUILDER n to announce ta his got a Through Stooping Car The editor li mosthenes and I'hocion, and he had a baf to dispose nf dis mammoth shtock, und Norn D. Flums, wno wrots Dr. 14th of June, 1SS3 readers that Three tear aeu.on tbe lofty notion he could speak as well as all goods shall be sold at ten per cent, Bourne's lunny adrortlaementJ, Is dead. The From Cinclnatl to St. Louis. STANFORD, KY. Llixie Mr. Meicbatu was married to Mi large monies paid htm for writing this column they; cost? Vhen a peeiness man's wife broughtonsoltenlngot the brain and ho died of PTlO O fir TVT ts tbe only line running Offers bis services to the people of 8 anford and Tandy, a touoc lady lo every wy worthy XILU W. OC JOfX. through from Louisville vicinity. Long sxnerletce and careful attention And he thought that he could sullr all the dies it vhas a chance to advertise, dot doan' too much sxarlness. Dr. Bourne It determined, however, to give his and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being guarantee satisfaction. Building material of of him. aod they htve a boy 1 year old, fame of Iljman Tully, leave In cMd ob come once in twentv year." cuitomers the benefltof this large salary tn prices. made up of a combination of small roads. Wall Street ery description furnished at low rates. in hie who will soon be ready to stick ly Besides selling Hvion'sgulW Kufui Cnoate and Henry News. The Ohio & MIulsIppl Railway runs Palatial office. At an etrly aje Mr. fethsr'e Bleeplnt Cars on night trains; Luxuriant ParMedicine Fancy Articles, Toikt Good, Afu-ti- e Clay. lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coachwasforrei to strike out for himself Spectacles, Instruments, Merchandue, "Some of the hackmenof this city aro a And he saiJ that Alexander was an antl es on all trains. alone Jewelry, Do, Iimps, Fishing ladle. and to his enernT and psrses-eraucscaly set," grumbled a traveler at the CenDirect and closs conncctlina are mala In TJiilOS Desiring to change my rcsidencs, 1 offer for sale quated gander, and in modest, serious Sponge Knives, roper, Blank Hooks, and riling poiitlon in Ufc.ru id witn diverging lines br theO. A M. it due bli hoaorable tral depot yesterday morning. "My wife ctndor be could fijht as well as hr; Hallway, thus avoiding troblesoms transMates, simmunmon, uye oiujjt, uiom, mu My Beautiful Suburban Home, life. Possessed naturally of a bright mind, And he would raise his Ebrnczsr and say and I got in from Chicago late last night, fers by other routes. ed Paints, Brushes, Varnishes study The Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is the only line With 10 Acres of Land attached, 1 mile west of be haa deroted himself cloiely to nil T inked one of tbe Jehus outside the Hannibal and Caur never could en between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts s Lancaster. The bouse Is good, o ar tho Drug Htoro, all of Everything kept In a profession and and adrancsmsnt In bli there is a good orchard, Ac. Terms epual under one management, running all Its which Is new, frrah and superior, be has on thuse or pleae a fellow with an eye to depot where we could find a good hotel. to cash. Address me at Lancaster, Lock Box SO. trains through solid and In consequence a itoxcil llaehelorn, with hi landabU ambition it i not hard 'Try the Continental, It isn't far off. Take bandgood looking lady who dealsand will furnish beis recognized First-ClaRoute see. with him with any 103.lt It. It. NOElt. tween those Cities. tiprellctthtt a bright future await him. He couid give a regular sermon on the you there for a dollar,' said he. I jewed choice of tho lot. Watch this column for list of names, or call at Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for of hi A Tela of wit run through moit full particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars faults of Gen, Sherman, and could lee him down to 75 cents and we got in. He and Book Store. or any desired information, or write to writing which ratkes them eipecUlly readture like a German on the mistakes of drove about ten minutes, turned seventeen Bourne's New Drug ROBT. II. FOKMAN, able and bt ptraijrsphic tlashiw of humor Trar. Pass. Ag't O. A M. R'y, Somerset, Ey. corners and finally left us at our inn. PerGep, Grant; W. M.PEABODV. noted W.B.SHATTUC, compare larorsb'y with the most Pres. and Uen'l Msn'gr, Oen. Pass. Ag't, And he'd spout, Ihe chronic gusher, and in- haps my dander wasn't up when I found AND ORGANS. of matter anywhere PIANOS Cincinnati, O. wrlteriof that clau flict a regular crusher on Napoleon in out this morning that tbe hotel is next to on diepo-e.tlHe I exceedingly cimpsnloneblo In Buffalo Courier. the depat." Hutsla, or tbe war in the Levant; Mcurs. 8. IC A L. J, Cook are Agents for the John Church .1 Co, Pianos ant Organs, which and makei friend with the ease of Said 'twas folly to be taken by Copernicus following most excelUnt Instruments.' E BY ChicaMarshall Field, tbe Decker a man who . fuM of hert and lore for hi KnaboA Co., and Hicon, and his faith was sadly go merchant, is called lucky by his friends: Everett Piano i. Uarelton Bros., 4 Warren Son and Alio, Clough and tbe fellow mortal. Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments shaken In auch shallow men as they; A few years ago, In eettliog with a country John Kent licit) 'g Iloute East most excellent In tone, of great durability and are committing a Said he towered like a giant over Emerson merchant, he was Induced to take $300 of are The Kolnhts of Ltbor wodefy competition. All of then, aro warranted Foa BHBBBEHsSSBSHlSBVi&2lWBflflsHSWSTsflBflEBBBB years. Inferences: A. R. Penny, Mrs. five and Bryant, and he shook his Cut defi- mining stock. He didn't want It and offer for M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips. J. M. Moore and Washington, Philadelphia and eertona blunder in reject to the Interests of E. In which Unizley, Stan'ort; Mrs. Maggie llolmea, ant at Addison and Grav. Now York. honest Industry, to the extent ed a big discount for cash, but tbe mer James Crab Orchard: (leu. W. J. Landram and Mlta Liz' they tolerate crrtaln lojd mouthed etange Dut who is this mighty being so omniscient chant didn't have the cash and so Mr. zie Huffman, Lanca.'tr, Ky. The only line running and far seeing, who we can not help Field kept the stock. In seven years he lists of mob rule that are now parading the PULLMAX NEW SLEEPING CARS agreeing is humanity's chief bopt? as their representative. There i country The fine Imported Norman stallion, will make the has drawn $30,000 in dividends from the AHD ! of the great Ah, this favorite Apollo lives in poverty staioioflSSGat the stable of J. M Wray, at utiaetionably a sympathy money he stock, and it is said that all the "Pink Cottage," 1 miles from Stanford' at SOLID population with wage laborers, and tqualor, and for just a paltry dolbody of our I offer for sale my Farm ol 100 Acvch, situ ever has invested in mining stock, and he FBOM on thi ated nnr Walnut Flat, Lincoln county, Fifteen Dollars the Soimon, lar works all day at making soap. especially thoae who are In the pay of great has invested considerable and with great Stanford A Crab Orchard pike, 4 miles from Stan- - Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky Or $23 to Insure a Colt. Champo Is a dark gray, foru and 6 miles from Crab Orchard. The land la corporation, which hate always been "Lynn (Mas ) Leader. to u asmngion uiiy, success, was bis prjfits on that $300 worth. in mrallrnt condition, an abundance of water. 17k hands high, weighs 1.G50 pounds and Is sir sympathy ii Connecting In the same depot with known to be soulless. This years old the 23th ol Msy next. He Is of fine style fencing good, sptilous barn and sheds, implement, Prohibition in Rhode Island. than it well ribbed all new. built In ISSt anil '81. As a result of the establishment of the house. Ac. Fast Trains for How York. and action, good In tbe loins,shoulders; head and lest extensive and more qualified dwelling. 80 acres in wheat, 40 large body, with well shsped Nothing could exceed the consternation Niagara Falls Park the commissioners re- Comfortable sowed to timothy and clover, 20 acres The Direct Route to acres well set on. He was imparted by O. W- - 8tub. iKIrtr day ago. It i a fact commonly In oata and Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia bl.fleld A Co., ol Bloomlnston. 111.. Hept. 14. 133 for corn; remainder in grass. Terms and price recognized that labor organizations are nel and panic of the liquor interest when the port four times as many visitors in the last rsasonablo. (Ul-m- ) ti. II. PRXOIl, Stanford. Lynchburs, and North Carolina Points. HHf iritAV A' lrAUBFMLD nor a votes were counted, and with reason. To a half of 1835 aiat any previous time, that For tickets and lurther Information, apply to Iher a compact, nor a disciplined, finanyourneftreat tlcketofflce or address W. W. Monsummer visitors stayed longer, the hack conservative as many had supposed; and in vsst majority of tbe dealers it means roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. Grand Master cial ruin. It reaches beyond the mere driyer nuisance Is abated, and the scenery The Woolen Mills. W.C.WICKIIAK, II. W. FCLLFK, this number Is Included their de2d Vies President, Oen'l Paas'r AgX stoppage of business and sweeps away for- hag already been greatly improved and Workman himself, a Mr Powderly has Ths noted brseder, will Richmond. Virginia. Erprew. make the season ot 13J6 Highest Market Price Paid for Wool. many of the late proceedings in tunes accumulated by years of traffic. Ma- will be still more.-Buf- llD nounced at my stable iyt mltat south of Hnstonvtlle, on m utterly counter to the constltu ny cf the gorgeous bar rooms of the city are wood in Missouri They are using paper instead of We are now prepared to manufacture wool for the Hustonvllle and LibThe pub- located in buildings upon long leases at farmers In erty turnpike. AbdalUh tlon and principles of his order. Germany in the manufacture of lead pen- specialty ofthebeu msnner. As ws shall maks a resCUSTOM WORK thlaaoaaon, we impoUlonco la br Jo Elmo, rentals far beyond what could have been lic disappointment irises from the The paper is steeped in an adhesive pectfully solicit wool to b made Into Blankets, cils. No. SU0; trial 2 27; rw arn, ord 2 40, and half brother an order to enforce discipline seemed bad the occupants been engaged in liquid, and rolled around the core of lead Jeans, Llnseys, Stocking constantly flannels, auous, tence of " keep '- on hand stock to D. C. 8.,record 2 1ii, Ac. Ac. We will after claiming the other busfness, Vast breweries, with costamong It own meml-erdrying, of goods which wo will exchange for wool on fa- Louisville & Nashville R. R. (D.C. 8. aod for 19,000.) Bsvlew :: 28Ki Lycurgus to the rtquired thickness. After Wool bought at the market price. 2 S3 and Mark WaksMeld, pacer, trial 2 24; I'trat pose.lon of an Immense a concentrated pow- ly appliances are worthless, and large it is colored to resemble an ordinary cedar vorable terms wool Is furnish(by Foreigner by for uianulscturlng TUB OKKAT dimMattlaB. br Willie f f Km maii A ..-.- . - aatil properties, whoso pious owners have fatten- pencil. The pencils thus made sell in edPrices u follows; Carding when spinning, lG?c; and are Imp. Olenco.) 2d dm Battle C. uv Cunningham's er which no opposing Carding and Spinning, doubling and twisting, ttJc; Copper Bottom; 3d dam Mlnorva Puncat ,.-by Imp. 1- .- U. cents a gross. Cirdlntr. aulnnlnz and weaving 8lrat Jeans. 25c THROUGH LI1UV. UA 47. t - AlOA' Erery reader of history b" hmA the ed on the tremendous rentals of the traffic, London at about seventy-fiv- e nVrt(. BUZUrU. IO C4IUU VJ Ol. l1M Carding, spinning and weaving wblti Llnsey.Mc andsr's Abdallah 19, by Bysdyk's Hambletoolan discipline no army or will be left absolutely tenantless. Nearly all to mi lesson that without No. 10; Joefcimo'S istaam oy sum on do oiouen-ge- r: MATTISOliV, Pro'r. country B. except with-l- a the bar rooms of the city are mortgaged to Grrrmo Things Mixed. A Wl Ule D.'s dsm by 8tarluht. by Cherokee, order can pweeae strength, and by Imp. Flansor. Abdallah GUoco'a colts are the wholesale liquor dealers on chattel minister, who, in addition to his clerical no elf 11 organliatlon can exist the Uw Und, fine and large and go d movers, both In -- A NEW- wim mortgagee for ten times the amount they duties, followed the profession of a photog harness and under ths saJdle. I have one of his Courier Journal. handling trotted that with very little was as promising, a K In SO can be sold for after the law goes into ef rapher, was called to perform the marriage but owAbrnnlitiBreatcitT. Ite present pop fect, and the losses from this source alone ceremony. "Now, then.young man." he said, Buggy & Implement House. Pullman Palace Sleepers. sec.)toaUo another that never besn trained. horse, an accident has ing require 101 dallah Olenco, although a natural saddle ulation U oyer 4,000,000. It and excited, as all grooms mils on a 10 sec. slow track in3 4S. trotted a full Louisville quarter will be grievious. It is even announced who was nervous with sis; weeks or two months' bandliog, timed I will In a few days open a hospitals to tmtlta million and Narragan-set- t ought to be, "just keep your eya on that te rViiMUvillc, by H Pope, oflioyle county. Mr. P. says be could . that the pretentious hotels, the -.u,.-annuauy, any time. Call aod s e my stock pleas- Meuipula' show aJSO gait elsewhere, and save money, for lie patlenU and the Djrrance, will be compelled to crack in the wall and try and look Full Line of Agrioultural Implo-ment- a, AtlAnUt, before breeding more. Twenty-fi- ve relief to two million Harper's Bstu. poMeu some ol the best running snd trotting close their doors and the city and State ant." M a n er eft ark wrwr InhabltanU aw enjaes in existence. He Is a besutllul brown, out of 6T7 thousand liwill be deprived of large revenue from superior Little Bock, IjyjuanJi high (gelding measure) sum of bone The longevity of women who are fortu- With the reliable Walter A. WoM Harvesting 14,478 children were lost, and ra usele aad si ands for the small Machines at the head. Alto a will largely increase existing Mobile and New Orleans. and 3 595 wounded censes, which snouah to marry soldiers la shown in nate 205 peon. we killed $10 tho Season or $12 50 to Insure. suicide. taxstion, already as heavy as Ibe business the fact that our pension rolls bear the Fall Lint) ot Buggies and Wagons tn atreet accldenUj 354 committed I will also stand my flnejeck, Only one chsnge to points la interests of the city can bear. f Providence widows of the veternames of about 20,000 Italy, is the letter in Hartford Courant. ans of 1812. The brides of 74 years ago Always oo had. In connection with ray ImSan Marino, In Northewt plement business, I will also carry a the word, nesrly centenarians now, and the numand emalleat Republic In oldest At $10 to Insure. Hs Is IS hands 3 Inches high, The (treat onion tract at Chester, Orange are of fourteen centuries wltn tine bone anl as much style asaborss. lie belief. Complete Stock of Lumber, ber of them quite surpasses and after an existence breeder and a Is a coontjr, New York, which is now worth suddenly awakened to the progree. will ervJenoiW st 810. Uaveswo three of bla it hu passage of Both rough and drestsd. Prices on everything as The President favors the for a line $1,000 an acre, wu a worthless piece of Seeking homes on the line of this road will rscsivs colts from Jonatts that do honor to any Jack of tbe tlEiee and has contracted iaarts parted, with rvndort ma season duo. special rates. ground. Last eeuon 120,000 bushels of the Morrison tariff bill, He says the par as atiy eae. Thoss who ave trsdtd mires bred last msmq aro U magnificently railway, which, it of is due and exorcted. onions were frown on these meadows, and ty pledged Itself to Win" reform at Chicago I solicit a share of your patronage. Beipectfully, sWSee Agents of this Company tor rates, routes reminded that my moneyseddsnu, but not responCare taken to prevent "wUl trattr tbe entire republic." Ac or write C. P. ArMOHE, . P.AT.A., country were sold for more than $120,000. This and should keep Its pledges. Ths bill Itself lll-lv- r sible should any cctur. screw the r. h. V0WELZ4. I. 31. MWCE. iis-t- t LoulsvilJs, Ky That U, if it bow straight eeuon's crop will be eren larger. will bring about a reduction of $25,000,000. be twentymo miles long. !& it will Mrs Judgo Finley has been very HI for thought to be Im- LADIES, ATTENTION ! llSlt LASI OF Hii li SEASON. SPECIAL AUCTION SALES Thursday and Friday Afternoons, wpr tnd lo-Ccon-rerte- vlBI OF I ol Everything offered will be Sacrificed, no matter what the Iaoss. S. I. POWERS GO. .STANFORD, KY. Go to W. It. Tcntolt, O. fc M. n, K 1M-Iy- 1 BOURNE heart-broke- Franlx Allison, bo-lo- Me-cha- e iJa-sor- - fint-claa- s; ss CHAMPO ! well-know- IPSsiBiaslsMwiySsl FAKITI FOB SAXE A TRAIN ... an-ne- Stanford Abdallali Glencoe! L.&N. s Ar. iuiiv ..m ft '', .vim TRUNK LINE .,. - 111-l- SOUTH & WEST pan-ner- i. Ltyer Arkansas and Texas, EMIGRANTS Mcelroy, flrsi-cla- Iiw 7 nwwffumviwvapvwwii mmnm CHARMS AND SPELLS. ENGLISH FARMERS IN THIS COUNTRY WHO BELIEVE IN THEM. rwl CHILDREN'S VOICES. Oft when tho twilight comes, with song of bird, ' And gleams of sunlight dying in the wo3t, Swootor than nny music over heard, Tho children' volcoi calm my heart to rest. A CAMP IN INDIA. THE NATIVE TROOPS OF GEN. ROB ERTS' COMMAND NEAR DELHI. COUNTERFEITING COINSAND STAMPS A Now 8TKAXKI! Kiom 8. Fork, Lincoln county, Ky ritaio of Swindling Which lint Ilc rently Ilecn DoToloned. INDUSTRIAL STRIFES. ENGLAND'S BOARD OF VOLUNTARY ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION. unil Trnilo DUputcs Over n Century Aro T.onl St. I.ron-nn- ts Measure I'lnn Orlshmtoil liy 3Ir. MuihIcII.i iiiid J ml go Kettle. For n century and n half, beginning in I sco again a littlo childish face, 1710, industrial strifes in Great Urltain vero I feel tho s:ft touch ot n littlo hand, ono long torioi of i minion, riots, nrson,nnd And In tho dark'nlng lane ngnlnjl traco machine-breakinnml nil k'gislntivo otfort Tin vanitheJ sweetness of another land y was of a purely repressivo nature. net, acts punishing with death I wondor where tho littlo feet bavo strayed certain forms of violence, men as machino-broakin- g That wnndoreil then through summer's (for which crimi sir persons wcro pleasant wars. 1SH1), and nets of compulsory "Whoro tho light grasses, by tho west wind uxecutod In arbitration of labor disputes mark thlsora. sway o.l, Somo of tho worst features of tho strife Ilent low nnd murmured ot tho passing gradually disappeared nftcr tho passage of days. act of liOl, but tho compulsory-arbitratio- n strikes and lockouts continued to occur with Where still tho'r voices fall, though day is ven increasing frequency for tho next forty done, of And folds tho valley in tho west; voir, and n llttl' m of Ov tho act was mado that its oxtstenco wns liringln? swot msmorlos of days long gone, practically forgotten. Tho children's voices calm my heart to Con-piracda.-kius- s rcaturr of Labor hear thorn singing In tho grassy lano The songs I sang in childhood's sunny hours, Sweet as tho summer's ,iound of dripping rain. Or winter dreams ot springtlmo's earliest Honor. I Tho Qhoorkns nnd Sllths Uniforms nnd Other features An Klcphiint Ilnttory of Heavy Onus Many Sport nnd 15.x. erclics A I'lcturcsquo Assembly. Tho nntivo troops struck me, nnd I our accredited officers aro oqunlly impressed, as being far in ailvnnco of ibnt was loo'iod for, tho Ghoorkns nnd Sikhs being especially noticeable, tho lnttor from their good height, lino physique, intelligence nnd general fondness for tho service, Thoy wcro among tho last ot tho nativo tribes to yield to British rule, but havo ovor slnco been tho most loyal of her mnjitys Indian subjects. Thoy were thoroughly dsvotod during tho mutiny of 1SVT, nnd did good eorvico against tho rebels. Their stronghold bo-llo-re with all tho authority granted to arbitrators nnd referees by tho nit o' lv.i Six years beforo the pasn:?o i f the . ord St. Leonards act Mr. A. J. Mun.lolla, n w president of tho British boanl of trade, established at Nottingham the tlrst ixrmuuent or continuous board of voluntary nrbitnition or conciliation, and its sikcvsj mis so marked that threo years later it similar boanl, with tomo important modcreated upon n plan ifications, was framed by Judge Rupert Kettlo -- a gentleman most admirably fitted for the rconsl bio position of arbitrator; of clear insght, a judicial mind trained by long extierionce on tho leneb, and a most happy faculty of graphic expression." In lXTX parliament, in response- to tho scntimont in favor of theso boards, passed a third act to ''mako further provision for arbitration betweon masters and workmen," and this act gives ith freedom of conall powers consistent tract for the establishment of permanent boards of arbitration with authority to fix futuro rntcs of wages and power to enforco their awards by legal process. VOLVNTAllY IS THEIIl SUBMISSIO.V. Although both theso latter acts contain provisions for compulsory arbitration, it is now known that theso provisions have over been resorted to in any case, but the largo number of differences that have bsen settled in the last twenty years in Great Britain have all been voluntary in the submission and in ths acceptance of the awards. Tho permnnent boards of conciliation and originated by Mr. Mundella tlnd Judgo Kettle have constantly grown in favor and usefulness. Speaking of tboir effect on tho industries ivhich first adopted them, Mr. Mundella lays: "A mo;t friendly feeling has taken theplaco of hostility, and confidence and mutual respect exist where formerly all was fUsplelon and hatred. This was not tho rewithsult of a day, nor was it accompli-be- d out occasional lapses to the old state of things. Tha strifes of a century and a half aro not so soon forgotton, but troublos In tho board have been so infrequent and unimportant that I am justified In saying that it is a complote success. Strikes and lockouts aro unknown; contact has developed respect. Tho changed relations of employer and employed have been recognized; they have met about the samo table as equals, and out of this has grown a condition of affairs that will mako it impossible for tho old condlt.ons to return." Chicago News. nrbi-ratio- councils of conciliation to adjust diilcrcuces between masters nnJ men ' wih jmshoi Leonards. through parliament by Lord It provldoil for councils or boar Is to Lo formed under tho Hcenso of tho hi me secretary upon the petition of masters nml men in any particular trndo or place. To theo councils might bo refcircd for couipu sory arbitration any enso or dltpat which a committee appointed by tho council fai o I to adjust by conciliation, In tLo vnto.cemun$ of their awards tho councils wtrj uidjiud COUNCILS TO ADJUST DirFEnK.NVIX In 1S07 an net to establish 'oiultablo lOJt. Lucy McKeono Staploton. ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE. Uulltllngs Should Conform to tlio Situation Ifonicatontl nml Surroundings. At a meeting of tho Massachusetts Horticultural society Dr. G. Austin liowen spoke on tho subject of "Homestead Landscapes." Ho wild theio is no stronger w ord in the English languago than that cogent old Saxon ono ot home. Timo and thought should bo spent in consideration .of nil classes of homo improvements. Tho rudo homesteads of Jew England, peopled by a sturdy race, have exerted a erceptlbIo effect upon our national prosierity. Tho Now England states will always tako tho lead in the future, as in tho pn.it. Wo shall present ns attructh o scenes of cultivated landscapes and imposing homes as do tho most civilized countries of tho old world. A littlo knowledgo of architecture and can do much to improvo our hotuosteads as they now apjear. The expenditure of money docs not always brine n return in beauty. Buildings should, as far as posslulo, conform to the situation and tho land a castle on the hill and a cot in tho valloy never tho reverse Tho most incongruous piece ot architecture Is a Swiss chalet in n closely built city street Another pointed rulo is to prescrvo tho saliont features of a landscape; a lawn with easy, circuitous is far more ploasing than a dead level, with everything at right angles. A rock border, a precipitous gorge, a Unglo 1 thicket, is oftentimes better embellished than removed. Even bowldors, oxpensivo objects to remove, become useful when made center backgi ounds of appropriate shrubbery. 'lo begin well, a plan should bo adopted which can be gradually worked out in detail. A man should draw the plan for bis own homestead and surroundings. Old structures cuu have Improving touches. A porch over the door, with bracket supporters instead of posts, will add to the quaintness of an dwoll lng. A broad, low plana, with light supports, might bo pormissablo should an angle be presented by on extending portion of the building. Itemove lilac bushes and sweet briars from before thejwlndows, to bo placed at a respectful distance from the bousa Vines planted in their places will in a few years cover tho unpretending structure with a screen of living green. Should the house be of more recent construction, consider a bay window in the placo of tbo flat ono which now gives light or a landscape window to the living-room- , should that room bo of ample proportions. Vines aro becoming to all classes of dwellings. When a house is built upon a hill, trees should be planted so as to somewhat shut it in, and yet not overshadow It l'lan to shut out tho outbuildings by groups of evergreens. Pathways should alwuys follow the line that a parson should tako in going from one placo to another instinctively. g ft ITliolesomo Meat for Louilon'i I'oor. An English clergyman, the Rev. Freeman Wills, vicar of St, Agatha's, Finsbury avenue, has set going three butcher shops in London, to supply the poor with good and wholesome meat at reasonable prices, and has demonitrated that he can make a profit upon selling not only American Leof and New ZeUnd mutton, but even English beef 0 per and mutton, at figures averaging Unildhlst Monks Mint Go to Work. cent less than those demanded by the reguThe Japanese government has decided lar butchers for the samo quality of meat. iks mturgtx towortf Local butchers in competition with bis shops or leave the country. Like the Capuchin have had to make largo reductions in their friars of our middle ages, the holy tramps prices. Now York Sun. of the Iluddhist convents go begging from house to house, learned men some of them, Down to the Third Generation. others tonsured boors, but all resolved to Dr. 8. G. Howe was found once by eat their bread In the sweat of their fellow-men'- s Francis ifllrd with his feet swathed in flanbrow. Among the progressive classes nels and extended upon a chair. Calling they become so unpopular that they rarely the next day'a.uj finding blm in like posiventare to show their shaven polls in the tion, bo said: "Howe, what is the 'matter)" cities; but in the country districts pious "I have the gout," eatd Howe. "You have good' wives stilt labor under the impression the gout such a temperance man as your" Jiat Is brings bad luck to refuso alms asked "Yes," said tho groat philanthropist "yes, in the name of Buddha Sakyumunt Dr. Bird, my ancestors drank wine, and I must Kelix L. Oswald. foot ths bills." Chicago Living Church. Tobacco. Chftwlnc In California. What a AVIse Man Generally Doe. The assertion is frequently mode that girls, unPreen cucumbers, there is less tobacco-chewinthan there ueod loaded revolvers, children and' to bo, but this is not the case in California. cheap champagne nre the things which the Inquiry among leading dealors in San Fran- wise man treats respectfully but distantly, cisco developed the fact that tho consump- but never takos to his house, Fall IUvcr poco with the intion of tho weed has Advance. crease in population. It is estimated that The Oldest Monthly of Any Sori. there are about 400,000 tobacco-cliewer- s in William M. EvarU and four classmates .he state, and that they use usually 0,700,-- 0 flf ty years ago started the "Yale Literary pounds or tobacco. Magazine," which is not only the oldest airing Iron a Sliver Surface. college periodical, but the oldest monthly of One of the most Ingenious processes which any .sort In America. has lately come Into vogue In the treatment The Local Editor's Description, '' f iron an Austrian invention Is that of A horsstblef was hanged by lynchers the to tho motal a silver surface, this eing effected by first covering the iron other day in Arizona, and tho local editor, with mercury and then silver by thogalvanio in describing the ovent, remarked: "Jim , rooess. liy heating to 300 degrees, C, tbo departed this life with his accustomed lively nercury evaporates and the silver layer Is snap, "r Exchange. . xed. Chicago Herald. Ben: Ferley Poore outranks ajl. other autograph fiends. ' His 'collection contains 10,. Trying It on a Dos. WOO specimen! A German physiologist, who has been Tioking experiments on "a largo butcher's og," declares that le;r retards digestion V( i H trnie Ih cout.'fv. acd nl .tore than wine containing tho samo quan- J ton " C'owp,r. i.ty of alcohol nt thatthe-Hnddhist-inuid g tale-tellin- Mummy of nn Kpyptlun Prlnco. The mummy of an Egyptian prince s is ono of tho most interesting object in tho collection. It was obtained by Mr. Itook-waltfrom I3rus:h bey, of the Iloulak inn-euCairo. So wonderfully preserve 1 are the features of tbo princess, that it is thought that any ono who knew her In Hfo would be able to recognize her as embalmed. Tho old girl's body and face are as black as night, and look tough and loathory. Tho features are sharp and the bead narrow. The flesh is considerably shrunken, and the chin is very sharp. The row of front teeth j re exposed to view and look like a circle of pearls. Ths tongue protrndes slightly, and looks like a pleco of thin black sole leather. In tho case is a gilt mask, something Ilka those worn at masquerade bal s, v. hich were put over the faces of the embalmed bodies. The 300 layers of cloth used In tLo embalming procesi, and making a covering about threo inches thick, are cut from ono dde of the body to show the embalming process. The mummy is placed in a magnlQ-.-esarcophagus, wrought in gilt and colors, and with designs showing the royal aip on tho cover. The age of the princess is over 2,500 years. Cor. Cincinnati Commercial Uozetta. Tt'ew Yorlt's All-Alik- e Houses. somo flats get homo lata at night, of the n or do they all go homo early I The chances of a stroll took mo last evening among some streets on the west side almost soliJly lined with apartment-house- s of tho modestly handsome ordor. They seemed to bo built by dozens together on the same plan, out of tbo some material, with the same porches, tho same finish from basement to cornice; and I am ready to mako my affidavit that I becamo bcwlldored by a merely superficial survey of their prevailing Siamese-twi- n likeness. Do their wives hong signals out or havo they private for late marks by which their doors may bo identified I Alfred Trumble in New York News. bome-comer- I wonder how the men who livo in is about Ameritzcr, a city near Ijihore, where they havo ono of their most sacred temples, known as tho Golden temple. Tho Ghoorkas como from Nipnul, in tho Himalayas, and thow much more of tho Mongolian typo of feature, Thoy are a rather short, but natty looking set ot men, nrmed in ad dition to their ritlo with n largo curved sheath knifo, which is worn on tho bolt. Thoy are vory unrelenting, md rarely spare tho lifo of even n fnllen foe. o The field uniform of nil arms ot U o is mado of a material called karl:ei It is a spocles of American duck of a yellowish clay color, and consists of a jacket, short trousers, and a pair of leggings called put- ties, being n roll of cloth wound round tbo J log iu a spiral form from tho nnklo to tho ' kneo, in u mannor similar to that ii which ttnrwtntfa iiiumi ll.n in.n.i.nttnn .f .I... Mnt.t Tho dealirs bavo ascertained that there are rnco horses' legs aro bandaged. but seven pieces ot this denomination that UNIFORMS or NATIVKS AMI KCUOrEA.NR. For full dress tho nativo as well as tbo were circulated, little, if any. It is thoio European troops wear tho tunic of various Kovcu which command tho highest figure. colors and of ditrercnt fniings. Red is still Thoo whoso nppearauco is not too much the prevailing color, but in conversation disfigured sell readily at iftOO, whllo any ot with otllcors I gathered tho impression that tho remainder, without regard to condition, the karkeo color, or drab, is tb ono which aro sold at fXO. It is a littlo singular that many favor, as it so nearly approaches that whllo coins of 1H1 nnd ISO) nre worth only of tho soil as to mako tho soldiers almost in- n tow cents mora than their face value, distinguishable; and I observed that when thoso ot 1601 should bo rated so expensively. in tho flold, except for tho turban which tho Tho reason for this lies in th fact that In. r natives m car nt all times, it was dllllcult to 1 '01 tho number of icino.l wai discover a body of troops especially if they comparatively small, and ns theso gradwere not on the march. Tho Eurocan sol- ually dUappeiinxl from clrculition their dier also wears his topy or sun hat with tbo vnluo accordingly IncrcasxL Another coin karkeo, and is less obscrvablo than tho na- for which there is great demand U tho of ISTi Theso are quoted at from tive. The Ghoorkas aro an exception, and 150 to 4O0 each, according to their statu do not wear the turban, but in Its stead a special of sholl cap, not unliko tho jaunty of proserntion, and for tho same reasons hcadpieco of tho English soldier, with given nbova Tho sums of money withdrawn from cirwhom, by tha by, ho fraternizoi more than nny other ot tha nativo troops. culation nnd locked up ill theso collections Ono of tho features of this command that is said to bo i ery large. Tho number of is especially striking to an American is its collections hivo greatly increased ot late elephant battery ot heavy guns, which I years, and many rich men, like Senator took tho pains to oxamino qui to mlnutoly. Stanford of California nnd Hnrrion GarThere wore really two kinds ot draught rett of Baltimore, made it their especial the elephant nnd tho bullock, there being bobby. Iho most complete collection in eighteen ot tbo former nnd COO ot tho latterAmerica, embracing coins of every descripThe wheel elephant is placed in a pnlr ot tion from tho old colonial days down to tho wide shafts,, and hoi n verv . . rf rf n n, hpivv ' tircsent llinrv, l - In ,notifnlrm of Ixirln? ( and strong saddle, not unliko n hugo cart Parmalee ot Boston. Its intrins.c value 1j saddle This Is attached by a boavy leath a tritlo les.4 than ),'.XO. The sum which ern band and iron chains to tho (hafts. Ho Mr. Parmalee has refused for it Is WiJtMX bos also a strong breast strap and breech- Philadelphia lYoss. ing. The load elephant Is hitched in a simThn ruhlUhliiB of Law Hooks. ilar manner to that in which tho lead horse There is ono branch oi the publishing is a tandem toam would be. The bullocks accompany tho oattcry not only for business that is under a serious cloud just draught purpose, for w hich thoy use from now. It is the publishing of law books. I four to six yokos for each gun, but be- was told recently by a gentleman connec ed house iu this city cause they are indispensable in timo of ac- with a tion, ns tho elephant will not stand fire, Ho, that tho demand for books of that character realizing tbo danger, would bo liable to has fallen on most remarkably within tho stampedo the gun, and henco is dotachod post fow years. Publishers aro very chary when tho enemy is near, and bullocks yoked about bringing out new works, soldom findTho rush In. There wcro somo superb spoclmrnj of ing the undertaking profitable. the latter attached to tho battery. Thoro into tho logal profesdon has greatly abatod. were also two or threo mountain batteries, There is not tho money in the practice that firms in which the guns and parts of carriages thoro once was. Some aro ablo still to divide largo fees, of course, were on tho backs of mules. but, taken as a whole., tho profession has had JtAM.Y bPOHTS AND E.TE11CISEH. Not tho Ion st interesting or noticeable rather short picking for sovoral years. It has boon tho experience of tho oldor feature of tho Indian servlco is the great attention given to manly sports nnd exercises. memliers of tho bar that there I a growing Every opportunity Is furnished for tbo do- - disinclination on tho part ot tholr clients to Tho marked tendency of tho vclopment of tho physique and for ncqulr- - HtlgntJ. ing skill In tbo nmusements, ot which the ' times is tAU'nril tho settlement of differences most daring and probably tho most popular by compromloe. It has coma to bo generally is tent pegging. This consists in riding at understood that lawsuits are exjiemive, In full tilt and taking with tho lanco a rather timo, in costs nnd in lawyers' fees. Mnny short nnd broad tent peg from tho ground, business men have como to Iwliovu that it is and you may be a littlo surpriso.l when I better to tnko half ami settle amicably than tell you that Gen. Roberts led oT in this to got or loo all at the end ot a lawsuit It sport, and with his team of four mado tho Is doubtful whethor, for many years to best score of the season. There wero numer- tome, If ever ngnin, the legal profession ous other mouutod and foot siorts, su 'h as will be ns generully proqierous and lucralanco against sword, sword against bayonet, tive as it has been in tho past Cor. Chicago sword against sword, bayonet against bay- Journal onet, tent pegging with sworJ, cutting lemTlio Lute I'rlni'o of Oriuicr. ons with swords, tug of war, foot racing, By tho way, thoro Is an nmusltig anecdote, and acrobatic and gymnastic feats. The "march past" of the entire force, which is not generally known, concerning some 3.1,000, closed tbo camp of oxcrcis. It tho mannor in which tho prince of Grange, In tho midst of a pouring rain. a grand vi eur, a passionate frequenter of restaurants, and tho original ot By ux timo the cavalry and horse and foot Daudet's "Kings in artillery had pissed the reviewing point, the immortal typo In ot Citron or Lemon. tho dark soil bad been churned into tho con- Exile," got bis name sistency of a thin b?d ot mortar, and when It Is said that in tho early days of his distho native infantry came by, many of sipation in Paris, when be was surroundod whom wore only the slipper, there was u by a host of brilliant and wealthy French tod loss ot thU rather necessary appeudago gentlomon, they manifested u certain awe of the foot soldier, and I rather think this of bis tltk to royalty and Inheritance to a rather too much form in test may bring about a change. All troops, throne, nnd used so that one night when native as well as Eurojiean, marched by addrersliig him; with great precision, and the lino and dress thoy wero all engaged in a tremsndous lark of tho double companies wn stylo them ho said to ono oftbel'adlng spirits of tbo world, divisions were admirably observe L As French gayglorious a gentleman who had name and an immense the elephant battery passed, tho knowing inherited a animals raised their trunks and saluUd, for fortune "For heaven's sake do not 'Prince which purpose they folded tho trunk Into mo so i inch. Give mo a namo that will be the form ot the letter S, holding it square more familiar." otWhereupon the gentleman champagne said, lilting his glass to the front nppoaranco ot the ground in and with un accent of mingled scorn and familThe citron;" and It about the slight mound where the reviewing iarity, "Aprincetienno,(.'range becamo citron and calls for somo attention, thopjor officer was post.-until bo Aiipation had carried him as it was mado up of all sorts and conditions the, unknown shoro. Paris Letter. of men, from thoso who were in the hand-som- out tpon d with native outriders, to Hard Strucsl to Obtain a Hrurliig. the humblo peasant who had trudged out It is useless for any ono to deny that five miles to see the grand parade. There writers unknown in literature have a hard were all sorts of mounts, but chiefly notice- strugglo at first to obtain a hearing. Still, able were the camels and elephants. I I believe that any one who has a story worth of the latter, many telling or original ideas worth recording counted seventy-fiv- e richly coparisonod .and provided with no matter on what subject can oventually howdahs for carrying the famine's of chiefs. find some publisher with sufficient discernThe sight was truly eastern, as all the na- ment to recognize tho fact In literature, tives were in holiday attire, and the gaudy as in everything else, p'oplo are like water-s- ure colors of their drets.-- mode tlio assembly to find their level soonor or later. I all tho more picturesiue. CoL Floyd-Jonethink the, plan I used frequently to follow Is Military Correspondence, a good one for all yemg writers anxious to havo their productloni soe tho light of day. The Wife of Can. John C. Fremont. When I first axplred to write for somothlng noticeable ot the women more substantial than love or glory, I made Ono of the most visiting was Mrs. Jossle Benton Fremont out a list of all tho American periodicals, Sho had with her her ton, Francis Preston commencing with what I considered the Mrs. Fremont, al- best, and going by regular gradations to tho Fremont, and his wife. though looking somewhat older than when poorest If I wrote n story I would send It she was last in Washington two or threo to all of theso periodicals, commencing with years ago, has lost none of ber energy or the first, in the order of their refusal Let decision ot manner. She has a strong face, any young writer do this, and, my word for her bead a little large, perhaps, for her fig- it, it his ofTutlon possesses uny merit whatton ure, which Is only of the medium ever It will not be rejestod by the entire Cor. Chicajo Tribune. list George W. Cable, scr-vic-f-- 0 ' half-dollahalf-dimlni-m- i. B I I A now phaso of swindling has recently grown up In this country. Tills Is tho counterfeiting ot old coins nnd jwtngo stamps with which collectors enrich their cnbinots. Owing to thi demand for such nrticlcs on tho part ot numismatists and others, a profitable business 1ms grown up In counterfeiting the oi lgiuals and boiling them nt Immensely advanced prices. Koornl days ngo ,the sorvico olllclals secured tbo nrrost of certain persons in Philadelphia who had in their poKcssion 4,000 spurious coins which they hnd manufactured for this As there Mas no evidouce t lint the purpose. coins were intondol for circulation, butonly to rob confiding dupos ot their money, tho guilty parties vero allowed to go unpun isbed uiHin their promito to destroy nil the died nnd plates In their possession. It is now lmirnod that a firm in Germany is manufacturing I'nited Stolen poitngo stamps of a denomination long slnco extluct, w hlih linvo attuim-an enormous snlo iu this country. I whs shown sex cr il sets of theso genuino nnd spurious stumps nt tho olllco of tho secret servlco, recently. If thoro was nny dltforonrc, It appeared to bo in favor ot tho latter, which In nil repccti wore the Utter executed Iu j n n o' Vr nnd workmanship, I afterward talked with a local numismatist about tho oTect of counterfeiting upon tho sule of theso curioi. . Ho said it mm not so great ns might bo It would bo difficult to swindle n dealer In nnclent coins, though, ot course, peoplo who purchased of whomsoever mlgh; apt to bo taken in. oiler Ho then informed mo that silver half de I lars coined in tho year 1U)I found a rcmly salo nt from to ? 1,000 eaclk Tho vnluo JIiiIch IS hntlila high it it it 1 Jlrotcn llofnr, About lame sits. Mules sre 6 juri llj anil hone Tiro 71(11 iu, A Tho Charmed ltlitfr Cure for lipllrpsy An Ague Ctiri Toolhurhe ProwntlTO Charms for tho UUpersloit of Wnrts 8oui) Not el ItuiiK'dlcii. Years ago n immW of emigrant from Devonshire, Iiunurtw, Comwnll, Yorkshire, and other otuntios of lCnglnnd nettled In iiortliiTi! lVntMvlviwilii, near tlie New York line. 'I li, lm e Mme of Uie llint.t faniM in tin Hi', mid it iv the heat of titiafiw; but inn,' i tii. in luni with singular tenacity to I' hi f in the eflU'iein-of certain ii , 'i'i. i tint liavo Uwn uawl for uiiturlen i wine to suluble reward will bo paid far return or !'. . fiVXX iti sin i toMlonee, racelinirit,Mt(lnrerlnc illiniTerie In venlmnoml I'StonU ref pnMinliiMl. Utrjnam-It- r illii"iril Mill rplmJlJ cncrailnr", Tlila lnil'liriliun luiul.hrsaiuodrtliistjlpf'ncicloilla I'tiolurinilliinwhh hnnlTunnnlinulil ln williout. Ilia iwiuilsriir cf the txiCKnno Auink'AN Ii nirli thai I's ir laiMniifsrlr equal that of all mlirr i ,1ft'' us r iMoomMnrd, Prlee. f33J jour li. i ri cinbs. tMJliy allniriklMlrs JLl.O,rttbliiiiioni.A'o. Xll.roaJwtr, N. Y, Themoitrerolsr Weekly pewprrilTotl II'S iS it'ii-ui.A lam t whh'h thr betonged In VVSssa AsU AT EtM 1 S.sifo had Thirty; i. owner's fntlier, grandfather, and It is carried ns a preventive of toothache, tho tooth from n dead iero!i' mouth U'ing a certain charm againtt tlmt malady. Tho owner of the tooth says Im had tho tootluu'lie In lils Hfo, A dmilile harelnut carried iu tle tHickft or aUnit tleiuiou U nlMi n prevent he of this lvilnful ailnu-n- t Tlie clinniis for the di'iKHi of warta in by mnny of theo htMiest fanners nre numerous and ina-- t singular. For If n 'rMn with wnrbi on his or ber hands will write down the iiumiUt of them on the Imnd of n tramp's hat without the tnimp knowing it, ho will enrry tho warts nwny with him that Is, they will gradually dLsnIla from tho person's luiikls anil appear on thobo of tho tramp. lio-l!e- cni.KAY, Atit'i:, iuoTiiaciik. Tho lianmsl rinjf euro for bono of 1 Owlr a few days n?oa jewekrln (filled upon by a mil-deone .f tin IHngm wtis of the wlto Imd with him his tl dnuhtor, n i4eklv nil 1 of lf. Tl girl nine KiwlUli twopenny piwv, from which the jweier wns roquontwl to mnko n ring to fit tln Rirl'H mkMI Hitgvr Umtvi hei!4iry, toe lurnx'i' mikI, that n ortlnn of weh coin should 1' we'd, and tlw rent of tho piecw saved nnd tvturned to hi daughter. Tho coins Mere given her by nine Uiys, as nmr her own ngo as eould U found, which would give to the ring a charm, which when she put it on, would pure her of epilepsy, from whtrli si was MiUVriiifr Thl, ho maintained, was n cure that never failed. If iho victim of eplkjsy was a itinU, tlm coins must Iw presented by nine female. Somo of tlttx- - farmers keep the skins of in or on their houes and buildings, them to lie a certain charm against lire. To euro nieuo the tvitieiit is taken to n iot where two roads cro-and nn oak U found iw nenr tho tqiot as iMmlhlo. A lock of bis hair Is lifted up ami driven into tlio trvo with an ash jng. The itlrnt niunt then tear himself loose, leaving tin Imlr stlektng In tho tree, nnd walk nwny without looking l.lilnd. Sufferers with erysl'lns, liy wearing inn silken ixig around their necks a toad from which the right bind leg and the Ji'ft foro leg has Ixvn cut, until thn mutilated rvptllo dies, will get well of tho disease. The tonguo cut from n living fox, theo charm beltewr say, carried nlotit tho person, v 111 wnnl olf disease of nil kinds; but ils the eioii carrying one of the! fox tongues will rr.rely tile if bo should hnpen to meet ft fox nt any crosm roods, thacliarm Is seldom Invoked. Ono old resident ot tho settlement cnrrlmin Ids pocket constantly nn Immense tooth from a human Jaw. Tho tooth, ho says, was taken from the mouth of n man nfter ho was dead, wlio was hanged In Hertfordshire more than 100 years ap, and was carried by the present nu ii'. fpihy pro-dii"- praiiice wior "m I'alrnt Ofll'Mi and hate un r titan Ono Hun (I roil Thou- Inand apli'aiiunaiiriaicnia in iuc I lulril bialra and fortlcn countries. ,r ,i 1 ra.litoM&rks. A, ii.ntii.nli. aiuI )1 fithtr intM'ra far liMuriiiir to intrnlar tli'lr rigliis In th It mud Slulfs ( anaiU. I.iitlaml. 1 rant. Idfrmanr and nthr fdrrlan rountr . priiaird at ahurl nolle and on raaaonabl ltm. Int.irmolnm iiMobtalnlnt'atnjactiM'r. ef IfiiHyg ..n illioul clmtk-r-. I .ta. .IM.Iirtn aa.il irm- - l'atnti ClIltllftMl Jtljo. are nollc-- d in llie SclanUfk .lirouchltuiin l a -I Iland-lmika ..,' f,. II tinder-loi- b- Tbe ldtantaeeilan" - ,dl Knwna who wtiu lodia- - nk AdSfiV'IWW'-r ro. onw scicnmo K 1" . f iwmmmwmjxix. -f- cVCri. 1 he Best Newspaper m Ame' a., ad-le- nr.d by far tho Most Readablt. a, to ?" AgonU wnntud ov(fywho monoy in distributing the Sun's Premiums. Tim most inteinstiny and advantageous offers evur mxle by any News pHX?f No Subccnbtir ignored or neglected. for all. Heantiful aa.l .Substantial Premlams in otsmlartl Gold ami nUHrVatohoi,VtUu.ilo Hooka, the Rest Tamlly Sewlag Ml-laktmwn lo the ttsilo, anil an uiiMpuled Hit ef olijtcts of ral utility ami imttrHetioii. Something Rstns. bv Mall, Postpaid: per Year Wtihent Snnilay) S6 DAILY, per Month iwiKmtBn.iay) I SUNDAY, per Yoar FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 DAILY, WFEKLY, per Yoar .UJitm, Till. FfX, ... ... , 00 ' 50 New York I 00 III). 00 00 For Hard Times, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL - Al- . DEMOREST'S ILLUSTRATED WithTntlr MONTHLY MAGAZINE Cut Papar Palttma of our sataclion and of any ilia. tan BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR, Iion st van8 all-nig- ice-co- ld o four-in-han- s wnrts quickly and rejient tho words, "Wart and core, imx. nwny and never more return " Onsm s may alo lie uvsi to advantage in taking ofT warts. the afflicted jxtsoii tnko as mnny jieo as 1m ban wnrts nnd touch each wart with a different iea. Ho must then wrnp each jvo In n nqmrnto pleco of lM'r, iiihI bury them secretly In tbo shade of an ash tret or under a bawl lmh. If jieas ore not in season and the jhtmui with wnrts iloes not care to try the efllency of any of tlw nboe luitiHsl i hat iiw, let linn M'leit ns many pebbli- ns ho lias wnrts. Sew lng them up In a small bag. he must take them to where four roads crtiKS nnd throw the lag over bis left shoulder. This eharm will never lo rwirted to, however, by persons who bnvo no In their heart, for If by chance nny other persons should find tho Wig and ojvn it tbo wart will appear on libs hand. A wen Is UMinlly a troublesome and unsightly thing to Ik nllllcbsl with, but the victims of wens need not sufTtr long If they in the EnglUh charm. Take a common make, hold it by the head and toil, and draw-I- t iMickwanl and forwanl tiiuo time over tho wen; then cork the snake in a Kit tie nnd bury it If that falls, the patient must not repine, but simply w nit until the next May Day. Rise early in the morning of that day beforo tho sun hns disturbed the dew, Go to a grave yard, and by aKsing tho hand threo time from bend to foot over thn grove, collect tho dew that lien on tbo grnvo of the hu.t young jien-o- n who was buried in tho jard. If tho victim of the wen is a woman the grnvo must Iw that of a man, and vice versa. Alt-plthe dew immediately to tho wen, and a cure is guaranteed. The cliarm for curing noehleed is n curious is subject to WMehleed he one. If a may effect a cure by going to a person of the opposite sex nnd requiting him or her to purchase a plwe of luee, such as may hesjiecitlcd, for tho jktsoii making the nspiest When tho lace Is brought tho tienon must toko it and neither pay for it nor return thanks for it. He must mako a necktie out of the laoo and wear it for nine days, and he will never ha vu tlio Whehleed again. If the person is too modest or gallant to get tho lace in thnt way, let him catch a toad, kill It, and wear it it around his neck iu a bag until tho stench sickens him. His now) will never bleed again. If a person has cramps In tho legs or feet at nlgbt, he has but to placo his stockings In shape of u crews on tho floor in front of his bed when he retires, or lay his sUppcrs under the lied, soIch upward. Placing the shoes under the coverlid at tho foot of tho lied so that tlio toes protrude is also a sure preventive of eiETTlNO I1II1 OK WAItTS AMI WK.NH. Another way to get rid of wnrts is for the n funeral jkins unexpectedly, to wherever bo may N, nnd as it rub his $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), iai It 0 EMOREST'S T THEBES fiQwiinoia 70NTAININQ Stories, Po.m, end ethar Liters attraction!, combining Artiatio, Sclealifio and Of all tho Mngazlnos. mainrs. Illuttmlr-- l trtti Orltihtnl Slrrl rnfflMr- a, (HI l'letum nml jinr llMMlrnf. oiiihlutr It I ll i'irr(irun fi-J- oit - TV ni h Mniruzino rontnlns n COtTOX Oltnntt cntftlinirtlK holilcrtothorolrctlonof ANV I'ATTKUV Illustrated in thnt number, ml in ANV MZH IlKJiOHHST--S MONTH r.Y is luitlr entitled tho WjirWa MoiU-- .Miiimzlno Tho Uirircat In tl UinroKt In I'irriilstlnn nml tfifi t TWO Is.llur IVnilly MbkiuIiio Imik-- I. Wlwlll l NithoTwi-ntyisir of Its imUkiitlon; It It contlniiully Impruviil nml so riionilvcljr us to iiluoo it Iu tho front rank of Kuinlly I'crloillcaK unit fiml to nny mninulne. It contains TSpatrijlarxviiiinrto. 8 xim Inrlx. rlciriintlr irlntsl nml - fully llluMnitol I'ut-lif, l Ix-aMi-onihl Miiuntlnr vf .imrrlcu, lie-lie-vu .New York, AND BY SPECIAL AQHECMCNT COMBINED WITH THE lkmort-st- by V. Jcntiliiir- Interior Journal al $3,50 Per Year, 415 1 i860 THE COORIER-JOL'RNA- L jxc AN OkuaN Or LIVING IDEAS AND LIVE ISSUES ii tiur vr MotinpolUs, anil ti nll-arch:- y hplrll arSrllonal Strife. iiurrar. Iu tcfojrsrhle news llltlia imlfLua any ctbr a r, an, I It In., thef, rtlrtt or tin ablet wntrra an.f riTtfipomlciita lo the country. It mnta tlienMS t tht Mek from rry wtlon i f th World. 1 ! to lla re liruusliiiut tliv,ar a irraiirr ntiiiiW of Serial ami Short Stories l.y- immilnrnt ami Txlular wrllor. than any of tlir niaoilnn. PspfB eU'r ",,,,U Modl Polt""l " Family 1 hush-rrlri- ThnriurW.Joiirrl dlfiaT M"Ttrtfts; r,J ltnr.n.l'hlrf), it It,. acknullg. RrprMtntt-tl- t Mcwtpsocr el th South, la Democr.lio Hlltlr, an.fnnt.laif. ami all t!if lima Is for II s riduclioii ol th War Tarn as levuj LU tu i,ia ty the tariff no Iu furce. The Weekly Courier-JournI t!' t"t srrl.lT nnrparr pnMlahri Ii th. Unitr.1 Main, mi f,.r n ijiunlliy au, quality or lunllrr tlMt ni;s4r In rmh lu vt ll.lt Is tha 1 cramprf. Hu one who wears around his bend need e er havo headache. If one feels a sty coming on his eye let him take a hair from the tail of a black cat, rub tho oye with it nine times beforo midnight on tlio first night of tbo now moon, tuid tbo sty will die. New York Sun. Special Ileferiuices far IMIsnn's l'ntrnti. EdUon's intents have now become so num. erous that thoy bavo a siiccia scries of index or referenco numbers In tho patent office the only como iu which such separation from the general index has been thought necessary, The Dishonesty of l'oker-Vlajcr- t. a snnko skin It (a afVnowlMRMl prrae and prnrln tliroujhout the United Ir btalte to U a eirat ar-r- t Kiratlnelioi great In enterrrlw; rrr.t In abiliiyi rr.atln lie correctucaa t,r infurm.-tmgreat In tatlilyj Ereat In erery aui of the word. Itlalaeptprthat eTirjlW.ehoiil.l haif. To I without II la agrrut oiiportunlty o.t. Tbowwl o once take it aro not willing to Le without It In Ihrlr hornet. A and UMful premluma of creat arlily areiiffernl fre to )early euhtcrlb-ia- . (la receipt of a reijiieet for them, we aenJ Ires el charas n eamplo copy of Wrckly a ami our Premium fiupplein'ent, glTiug our full lilt of premlume, to any addrvei. Cvurler-Jourii- Tha Weolcly Courier-Journhas br tho Iiancest Oirculstlon of nny Democratic Newspaper in America. fmr al ni ,R,f E PREMIUMS. Weeldr.one year, IncMInf a free premium , to Weekly, tocluheof tire and oier, without"' si ' premium, "' Ume. F0.ki?.r,flub.0' "! n,m" "nt u ...iww ui v.uu win do sent as any ens ol our fres premiums selected prsimi Dally, (escrpt Hunday), one. lay, eacept Sundaji, lis moiill f,.( Ilally, (eicrpt Hunday), cue tuonth...... 1.00 00 OlTDSOEIPTIOIf TSSJfig. each ,., , , J 1( height-Washing- The Life of a Persian Missionary. The life of the missionary in Persia is not a happy one. Apostasy is punishod with death, and thoso Instrumental in bringing It about ore liablo to the bastinada Philadelphia Call Compliments the I'opo. Prince BUmsrck says bo regards Pope1 Leo XIII as one of the sharpest-sighte- d and ' most intelligent statesmen of the age, The Chancellor The Use of Ntoves in Servla. In Servia it Is the custom to build tha partitltlon walls of houses quite thick, and set stoves in the walls half way through, so that they do duty in warming two rooms. The stove has no opening In either room, but is managed through an aperture In the lphia "Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt," says one of tho gossips, "have found it advisable tc provide somo card tables that will not )ermlt tho peoplo who come to their poker parties to steal from each other's pile of chips," n, rilllilitV. una jiar... Sundujr. ill munth Kl) laariTa Takes Them to the 8how. When a good traveling show visits Conls-toJohn Ruskiu takes all the school children John Ruskln wants tha sewing machine of the place, 200 or so, to see it Inter Ocean. toga Call. Uurlcr.JuurnaI,,iitnp.HiJorKlaKeiHlwued IT it l.i eury coiiimii.iliy, to whom a literal re.Ii rnmnilnloii U alloatM. If the Courier-J-urnha. no it.ttr9 ra atnl,...! ...,."" 1 a. IV x . local agent In your nelghhor-- 1 ur .mr Agent'. Coma..lnR Knd free cf cherre. Krli.tlon orUfra, rifiUMta fur outflte, All lauple al '"'J li wo whli wpUi1etc.,a,..ouldhoaddreiJtO W. N. HALDEMAN,.. JWJ.U CoorUiJ.ir. - !'' for in all the at Harvard. It is noted that astronomy 200 courses " i is tho least sough otVorcd to studenta "Mfl'V '"' ,),nf p'"'Jl c. ti They have h woman at the Paris circus that jumps from one horse to another, thoy going round tha rlncJn opposite Clirectious. Ce., LOriSVIlJlE, KT' Wfw wtm Weelt Mnkfim 0 jglN Av uttfmai" NO. 118. JAS. T. CRAIG. VOL. XIV. E. P. OWSLEY. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1886. siiisroOWSLEY - Suisrisroxj OF- - CRAIG' I SM All-Wool G&BPSttS! We have the largest stock ever brought to this market, consisting of Hemps, Cottons, Wool Fillings, in every grade, Tapestry and Body Brussells. Also a very nice assortment of Mattings, Oil Carpets and Rugs. IB WA&io PAPBB! including a handsome line of Decoration Paper, We can show a very elegant assortment in all-grade-s, In Window Shades and Lace Curtain Poles we can show the handsomest assortment ever brought; to this part of the State. nn wraraow bbabbs. Please call and examine. OWSLEY & CRAIG. be made a corporal; that the officer who, while on duty, for the rake of gambling aj A New York girl took a seat on th iuo-bid given the murdrroiM order, wan to be tide of a Fourth avenue car m it turn lent tn filb.rln. and lint hi. w.a In en bunch ed into the lbwerv. Bbe wui little bUck eye twinkled to the fumilr ot the poor Jew who had m of lovelinea', and her Inlquitou.ly bfen murJered -- New York with a Rletm that told of a merry eoul. Sun. many ThouRh email he carried a good Touninu Oiuy. Many bgin to pound, of eweetnew to the iqaare inch, and back In the seat with the tip .how gray hail, while they are yet in their ai .he tcttled toachlnj the twenties, and aouie while in their teen. of the diintlwt little .hoee ju.t ttaor and dove eagerly into a big blue cdv This doe not br any mean, etyi a recent because writer, argue a premtture decay of oniti ered book, everbody looked at her help It. She trailed m lution. It i. a purely loctl phenomenon thej could not had and many co ezt.t with unuual bodily sweetly at the conductor, whom ehe for her fare, vigor. The celebrated author and traveler, kept unccnKiouely valllou Museum pic Georce Barrow, turned quite gray before .k.i th. attractive pawed him by without no- ht w&a 30, but nt an extraordinary (tires for once hand Hash- swlmmrr and athlete at 05 Many feeble tice. A large jswel on her left of the book ptrona and othen who have suflercd ex ed t'.rlauiallc rays as the inges tremely, bath mentally and physically, do were quickly turned. a tall, well dressed man, with not blanch a hair until pint middle life, Presently lone bUck mn.t.che, Rot on the while other., without antlgnable She Knocked Him Out. Bery i an Immense He turned cr and Ml down by her .ide. wun u neighbor hU eM on hit HUle off. nilrtog gUnee and never look them raided her .he She did not notice It until the car had head quickly to see how far up and bowed to her rone, when he imlled a second and She was bur.ed in her book in on a de took the carmine in her cheek Bbe steady tinge. He kept up tb. look up. Her face flt It, bnt did not book with a came .ofeer and .h. held the head forwar , llghtotirlp. II. troTed hi. coughed o at backward, ana aldewey. and She wu annoy.d but tract her attention. Though .he appeared tried not to ehow it. page were not to bo intently reading the and .he became turned. He grew bolder notice him. As more determined not to he lowered the c.rpaMed Cooper Inillmte a dUgo.ting leer. hi. face clow to her with was quiet for She .aw him not and he - -ho raised his n mom.nt. Then woman', .houl-de- r chin and touched the little not tlr, ba with hi. elbow. Bl. did a, it It won Id burst blood eeemed eyelid, trem through her fair .kin, and her maneuver and bled. He repeated the la.t .omelblng In leaning toward her .aid feet palled the II, or whisper. The little then like a lh.h her l.fl .h.nd for of the biUht flew upward and the lu.tro cheek her finger wMburlclir.the Before had Insured her. of the nun who wa the bio he knew what was the mailer The car had poated wilh greater force. which w. cached Fourteenth etreet, wanted lo go, end he where lhe"m..her air were grea. out of the car a. U the of .he punngei. Id, with the laughter pewted startled ringing In hi ear. She their capillary coloring matUr when about forty year, of age. Htce ha. a marked influence. The traveler, Mr.OrbIgny,.ay. that in the many yean he .pent in South Ameri ca he never siw a bald Indian, and ecarcely g.. ir a- Jl demllelpr.tHylnafrlRhl.nedto something a. if .he had done "-- war he to read her book, du when tho car got to off, at modest an J nn. fourth .treel.he got aMumlng a. ever Rue-d- Twenty an the Oa Huno Him nv MtsTAKB.-it onco happened that en Uh frontier cards with n friend cer wa. nUjlng t II empire without proper into the BuUn The sentinel on guard The of hi. pawporl. reported to the office, he. Hours afterward the wh.t h. w- to do captain, furious nt b. ,...t.-T.- w. Tho dthe interrupted, shouted, "Why, ins captain went on until the morning, when suddenly Sembering the prisoner he cal ed the "idler and said, "Bring In he Jew? Tho eoldler; "but I hapg. r S ..Id Vol ordered." "WhatI" said ?lli. a Jw was trying to smuggle bioie ever a gray. haired one. The negroe. turn more .lowly than the white. Yet we know a negre. of pure blood, about 35 year, old, who .quite gray In thi. country .ei p pear, to make but little difference. Men and women grow gray about the same pe in the hot sun, unable to speak, a young lady in the party noticed him and the sufnod of ferings that the sun must produce if he wa. Idaho and Dakota Justice. A raw still conscious Telling her companions citix.n in Idaho wa. elected juttice of the he believed he wa. .till alive, .he procurptace and tho only law book he had was ed the ramrcdi from four mu.kets lying Cu.hlng. Mnu1 The fin I cee before near by, and sticking them in the ground him w. that of a cow bov for stealins a about his head, fastened over the top a Steer. When the cane wa. callod the only scirf from her shoulders to break tbe ray. lawyer in the little town war there to de- of the eun. When the wounded were gathfend the prisoner. ered from the field, it wa. found that Stone "A. there is no couu.tl for the other was still living, and he was sent to tbo hos ildr," he nald ' Imke a motion that the pital. There wa. a long struggle between cae be di.mi.eed." life and deatb, but he finally rallied and The mtice looked over his manual. .lowly gained strength after the amputa "A motion ha. to be seconded,'' ho eatd. tlon of his right leg. The residents of the "I second the rmtiin," promptly re- town and vicinity did all they could for suf sponded the prisoner. ferere in the hospitals, eending them food "The motion hai been made and eecond and delicacies and often visiting them. One" ed that the case be dismtsred," eald the day, after fce had regained sufficient in favor will pleise say 'aye.'" strength to speak and notice those who vis court. The prisoner and ht. coumel voted ayo ited tho hospital, he raw among tho visit"All opposed say 'co ' " ors tho young tadr who had probably ear Nobody voted ed his life by her kindness when he lay "The motion h carried and the case ia helpless and speechless on the bittlo field dimlsied," remirked the court "A When an opportunity offered he epoko to to adjourn U now in order." her of the occurrence and thanked her for The prisoner made the motion and the her kindness. Th acquaintance thus bo gun ripened into love, and she is mw his court adjourned.-Washingt- on Critic. wife. ilutUlo iews. The last annual r?urt of the New York Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. Bureau of Statistics of Labor tabulates offi Tbe best Salve in the world torCuta. Brulits cial information at to 222 strike which oc- Bores, Salt Rhoum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped curred In that Slate during the vear end Uandi, Chilblain), Corna and all Skin Eruptions, cures ing Nor. 1, 1885. Of theso strikes 97 were and positivelyto give Piles, or no pay required. I, perfect Mtlifactlon, or money ti guaranteed 34 failed, 32 were compromised refunded. Prlco 25 cents per box. For sals by successful, and 55 were still pending. The number of Penny A McAUiter. persons ensured in them wu 20.8GG and An Old Citizen Speaks. they involved an expoudiiuro of S20G.159 Mr. J. M. Norrli, an old cltlxin of Rome, Gs. 63, a sum which does not include tbe aaya that he had been badly troubled with Kid-n- y Complaint for a great many years and with heavy loss in wages to the strikers or the Eczema for three years; at timet could scarcely gretl Iihs borne by the employers. walk, and hod tried many remedies without benlifo.-rWa- verlr. rro-lion A Congressional Romance, Congressman Sione, of Kentucky, who walks about the Hou'e and up and down the avenue on crutohee, having lost n leg "BIuc-UroH- S Iloutc." in the Confederate service, is exprcting his wife to arrive from her Kentucky home. 8hortejt ftnd nulokeat Eoute from 0eL The story ofStont'e uurrlage is a strange! tral Kentucky to all Points North, and interesting one, and prove again that ijasi, wosi ana uoumwes:. there are n interesting events in real life I'ut Line Btwfn as are told in story books. Stone wa. a Confederate soldier and at the battle of LEXI.VGTOX &qiSClXSLTk Schcdu!. in Effect Oct. It, IttS. Crntliinni Ivt.. wa hnillr Knumlxt he fell his hat went ono way anil his in us No. 1 Ho. 6, Ho. 11 ket another and he found himself unable to I H0UTnBcvnc. 'Ex. Sun, Dally Ex. Sun. move to regain either. It was a scorching Lva. CoTlngton...i s 10 a m g 10 pm 2 00 pm sumnif r day, and he wa. obliged to lie on " a!tnoutb......' 9 63 a m 9 31 pro 2 82 pm " CynthUna..- - II 02am 10 p n 4 J7p m that hillside to the intense heat of the blsz Arr. Paxla. n 40 am 00 p m 6 15 pm ing sun, unable even to protect bis face ex" Loxlnton......ia 87 p tn It 6 17 p m II Uimll oirnn 823 pm cept by throwing his arm acro.M hie eye.. Lv. Paris. Wincho.ter.il1 6 ptnjll III. blood was rapidly running away and Arr. Richmond...... 2 80 pm to p tn 7 10 p a " 00 25 pn 5 13 p m . LanruUr hehfc.me weaker and soon ws. unable to " Rowland .... 6 00 p m I speak cr move. The bluing sun, which Ltd. Blcbmoud..., 2 03 pm 3 SO p in I fell on his head and face, was adding un Arr. Kerei " Livingston.. 00 a tn told suffering in Lis enfeebled condition. Noarn-BooMAfter the 6gbt he was left with the dead No. 11 NO. 3 No.1 and dying, for it wa. euppowl that he S 00 am could not live more than a few nlnutes or Lts. Livingston. Beres. 10 22 am hours. After the tioops had withdrawn, Arr. Richmond . 11 45 a m 7 13 ami, aoine of the people living near tbe Little Lve. Rowland... " Lancaster .. 8 05 am field pissed over it, rellering the necessi- Air. Kichmoud.. 11 00 am. Lv U1''iu"nd.... . 0 03 Am 1 25 pull ties of th wniimlH o fir pm'Mp, A they passed near where Stone lay suffering Arr. WlnchosUr.., . 7 05 ami 2 23 am LB.B BEST -- SIEIEIDI at- - m ' Which can be fonml -I- - T. R WALTON'S Early Rote, Burbank, Beauty of Hebron and Peerless I Now York IRISH POTATOES -- I Arr Paris........ . 8 08 a mi Lvo. Lexlogton ... 7 25 a m Lve Paris 8 20 a m " Cynthlana... 8 53 a tn " Falmouth ..... 9 55a m Arr. Covington ..... 11 80 a m 8 25 a m 2 40 S JO .... 4 20 pm 5 20 pin 3 58 p m 6 51 pm 4 46 p ml 8 57 pm 00 p m 8 45 pm p ml p in Whito and Yollow- - t HA.YSVIXL.E IlRANCn. Nostu-Bodkd. No. 51, No. Si. Dally Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun 7 25a m 8 20 a m 8 47 a m 9 08 a m ID 08 a m ONIOIM -- SETS I Lve Covington.. " Lexington. ' Paris ArrMlllersbure " Carlisle " Johnson. Maysvllle 8OUTI!-B0U- t 5 5 o 7 oo 20 25 48 to Mam 760pm "TToTST" pm pm pm pin iu pm 07 pm Seed Corn, Beans, Peas aud Melon Daily Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Sun 7 26 7 43 a m 8 13 a m No. Si 11 Mtllersburg .... Arr Paris " Johnson " Carlls! " " 3 45 a m 2 45 p m G 27 a tn 3 28 p m am 423pm 5 15 SEED IN BULK!! ti -- 4 47 p m LexlDgton CiTlna;ton .......1 0 11 1Dlml8 in n m 30 a m 45pm r, pm 3 and 4 are daily between Lexington and Covington; other trains am dally except Sunday. Direct conn. ctlons are made at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Va and Eastern dU Notb. Trains And lota of Im. Fast Line.- - Nos. 3 and 4 run via Winchester Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betweex SEED la Papers in Packages. Cincinnati and Richmond, Vs., and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Through tickets and baggago chocked to any destination reached by railroad. 8. F. D. MOUSE, W. II. WHITTLESEY, Paseenger Agent, Trav. Pass. Agent, Covington, Ky. Lexington, &v C. W.SMlTif, H. W. FULLER! Ay General Manageri Un. P- H. C. RXJPXiEY, MERCHANT TAIIaOU. 1 have A. CJraiuI Combination INTERIOR JOURNAL received and still receiving THE And the Louisville New Goods for Spring1 and Summer, Comprising the best in tbe market, which will be Weekly Courier - Journal One year for only $3 two pspers for more than the price of one. little Positive Cure for Piles. traordlniry To tbo eoptoot thl county we wouM mj that This treatment afforded him groat relief aud he wo b.Te boeu given the Agency of Dr. Marchlil'a strongly recommends Electrto Bitten to all who Italian Tile Ointment emphatically guaranteed suffer with Kidney Complaints or need a Blood to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Purifier. Sold by Penny A MoAUstsr. Trice 50c a box. mind Weeding or Itching v Most Excellent, Tor talo by fenny i. McAlhter, Orugjliti. J.J. Atkins, Chief or Police, KnoxvIIle, Tonn., Mat Can Bo Done ? writes? "My family and.I are beneficiaries of your By trying again and keeplug up courajo many most excellent medicine. Dr. King's New Dlscov tblDti aremlngly Imposilbl. may be attained. ery for Consumption; having (found it to be all HunJrediof hoptlet caaes of Kidney and Llrcr that you claim for It, deslro tojtestlfy to its virComplaint hare been cured by Electric Ulttcri, tue. My friends to whom I havo recommended it after everything ele bad bean tried In vain, to praise It at every opportunity." Dr. Klng'a New there ta no cure far you, but try Elec-tri- o Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to don't think cure nittors. Thoro la no medlolne ao aafe, to pure Coughs, Colds, Proncbltts, Asthma, Croup and evcommll,'d B1Urde,l" and ao perfect a Blood Purifier. Elcctrlo llltten ery affection of tbe Throat, Chest aud Lungs. Tricarla" will euro Dyaperla. DlabotcJ and all DUcatos of al Uottlcs Frcunt Penny A. McAllster's Drug Store. and the Kidneys. Invaluable In .Qoctlon. of Stomach Lergi size. 1. be- - the emperor. Inquiring, and. Liver, and overcome all Urinary Dltflcultlei. went UP to ihe WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and LivLarge Bottles only SO cents a bottle at l'enny A er Complaint? Shtloh's Vltallzsr is guaranteed to f stood, the emperor McAlUter. cure you. For sale by M. L. Bourne. SLEEPLESS NIOUTS, made miserable by that soldier who without THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly i...uMtlv ubeved so C- X- terrible cough. Sbllob's Cure Is the temedy for" tatt bv Shtloh's Cum. We guarantee It. M. L. Vreuon ing, nau .w..--you. For stle at M. L. Dourne's. Bourne. of his superior, ws. to efit, before ho began taking Electric Hitters and anointing bis hands with Bucklen't Arnica Salve, Qotton Up in Stylo and Make Sooond to If ono in City or Country. Give Mo a Trial. ,llSlo M - - riu. By paying us W you will receive for one year l, your home paper with the the representative newspaper of the South, democratic and for a tariff for revenue only, and thn best, brightest and ablest family weekly iu the United States, Those who desire to examine a sample copy of th. Courier-Journcan do so at this office. Courier-Journaal OPERiL Wall Paper, HOUSE. 8TANFORD, KY. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Site of Stage, 20x50. Eight complete sets ot Been. ery. Seating capacity, including gallery, rates to good attractions. tl riu afm tho .S.lNinifl 1, litiS of at .!,un Me elm anil hat II lie-, Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. L mstlbS, C tm -- UwU. i utmiMl 4tit(a " K..IY iircus .1.1.1 tit r J 'Show SdC "t"he ...i ISvj:i Ci'-!- :il ' "" Cj. C.cc,.a.t.rpA1.;WTlI .yvi im., ll,. lu.,.flrll it. ira.iin isif.-- laaWa n- -u nn nni fX JL tnLm Stanrord, Ky., April 23, 1886 W. P WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge J. W. Alcobw. ' Commonwealth' Attorney-- K. " " County Judgo-- T. C. Wxmk.v. " W. Varsox. Circuit Clerk- -J. V. IUILBV. County Clerk -- G. I). Coorna. " E. D. Kksnedy. ' Jailer 3. M. Owsns. Superintendent Common flchooU " Surrejor F. B. Howard. Countr Attorney-- D. B. CAtrusisn . " Alienor J. A. Boole In view of his excellent services and untiring eflorts in behalf of the Louisville & Nashville, the directory of that road has raised President M. H Smith'a salary from $15,000 to 520,000. Tte election of Mr. Smith to the presidency of this road was a God-senfor it, as it has been steadily financially and in public estimabnilt up tion from the hour be took charge of it. In his work Mr. Bmilh is ably assisted by Mr. S. R. Knott, a young man who is posted iu railroad affairs and destined to cut an important figure in them. The L A N.is in all its departments one of the best managed roads in the country. A Wabhikotoji dispatch to the New York World says that the people outside of Louisville are taking R part in the postof-fic- e troubles in that city. Benator Black-burwho was adverse to the reappoint-men- t of Mrs. Thompson, has since Friday received a number of telegrams from his friends in various parts of the State, entering a protest against the recommendations made by Senator Beck and Representative "Willis, who are respanslble for the appointment. It ie loudly insinuated that Mr. Beck may have some difficulty in being returned to the Senate. The May flowers are nearly in bloom and the Legislature still holds on, doing less and less as the days goby. An outraged people can not much longer stand its foolishness and If It does not soon adjourn, dynamite should be placed under the Capitol building and the pap suckera blown to a clime that is hotter than this. For a body that started out so favorably, it is hard to conceive how it should have so soon become such a miserable and fizzling failure. It will go down to history as the very worst of the worthleis bodies that ever met at d thor-oughly n, Frankfort The meeting to ratify the ment of Mrs. Thompson as postmaster at .Louisville and to endorse Congressman Willis seems to hate been a flash in the pan. There were but few democrats of standing present and the ratifiers were made up principally of mugwumps and republicans, none of much note. 'Willis says be is a candidate for reelection, but the chances are that he is serving his last term in Congress. is going the rounds that ConMcCreary has made a clean sweep gressman rs in his of all the republican district. This is a mistake, but no Congressman in the State has done his duty in the matter so well and to fully as he. He recommends democrats too, every time, an example that the great and good Willis, of the 6th district, should emulate, If he desires to warm a seat in Congress after this seision. Secretary Garland testified before the investigation committee that he joined the Company merely as a business (peculation and bad no idea of using or being asked to use his position for its benefit. We do not suppose that any one who knows Mr. Garland thinks him capable of a dishonerable ac'.ion, but it is always best to avoid even the appearance of evil. An item office-holde- Fan-electri- c May 1 icas fixed as the day for the gensystem eral enforcement of the eight-hou- r by the Knights of Liborbut Mr. Fowderly cays it will not be attempted as the country is not ready for it yet. The failure of the Mitioari Pacific strike seems to have brought the Knights to their senses. They bare not the whole country so much in a sling as they thought they had. W. J. Landrum In the case of the Supreme Court holds that Internal Rev. f per enue Collectors are entitled to tax-pacent on the taxes collected by sales of stamps, in addition to the salary alto the lowed them, graded according amount of their aanual collections, provided that their total compensation shall not exceed 54.P00 a rear. one-halid The miners at Bsaver Creek have resolved to go to work at the price offered by the company. They have been on a strike for Dearly a year and after losing that much time take tte same wages they could have gotten all the year. Strikes are rarely ever juBtltwd and in nine cases out of ten they hurt tire striker worse than anybody else. The Southern Publisher and Printer, John Davison editor and manager, just started in Louisville, la a typographic beauty beside being a most excellently gotten up journal. Such an enterprise ought to succeed ' in the Falls City. reputed fiance of If Miis Folaom, the President Cleveland, is as pretty as the pic tures of her, we don't blame the old boy for falling in love, even if he Is rounding up his half century. IsThe Secretary of the Treasury baa g mak-losued another bond call of $10,000,000, the fifth this year. At this rate the na. tional debt will be eoon wiped out. -- OI tie $10,000,000 three per cent, tit) by r ' . bond c circulation. national banks to secure fCC0 Mr. G. W. Lsatherman, an old citizen and for many years a photographer of Danabolish grand juries. ville, died yesterday of consumption. The clerk of Russell has been ernpow. Gen. W. C Whttthorne, the recently ered to appoint his wife a deputy. appointed U. 8. 8enator from Tennessee, is A law has been enacted creating the the father of Mrs. C. P. Cecil, of this office of treasurer of Pulaski county. county. It Is dow unlawful to sell liquors in "Business McnV prayer meeting are rchool district No.O in Garrard county. hnl.l n hull hour dailr. beainntng at 12 Mr. Rnbb.tt. bv SDecial Invitation, will o'clock at the rooms cor. Main and Third deliver an addres to night on agriculture streets -- 2d story. "Special subjects each and mental culture before the students of dav." the A. and M. College at Lexington. Mr. Chris Lyon, of Lincoln county, SenMr. Feland has Introduced in the V has recently brought several lots of his faJ lAtoVaUal JkBh f "VV? ate a bill to work the convicts upon public mous "Lyondale" butter to Danville, and works In tho counties. The bill provides ' 'vl . I is v jjr Jfi P CbS JbmC OLe of the consequences of his rash net that the expenie of feeding and clothing that he Ins created for it a demand that he the convicts while so engaged shall be paid will find some trouble in supplying. It is by the counties. certainly a very superior article. Gov. Knott has vetoed ajlll to prohibMr. H. C. Simons, the evangelist, who it the manufacture and eale,of intoxicating assisted at the gigantic Methodist levlval miles of f jae BiSJr ffi '"1 b iibsT " laWrTiifil liquors within one and last fall and winter, is in town and preachf .. aS53BBwyM"yll Jlflln EjIbbPE nv chnreh In Liu r el county. The Gov ed at the Methodist church last night. He MfaMJIilftaV'SfFalBaQcj ernor's disapproval of the bPl is caused by will remain over Sunday, engaging in reproposes to pro that feature of it which ligious work in tho meantime. Mr. Simons M fa A, n Thla rawder ntrtr varl. A marT.I nf n.i.li IIu hibit tuo inauufaf.tiue of luuaiuiul. is very much attached to Danville. fer MTujm auti . uuirwucuTilt .uuro rtuUuIulCX 1 than the ordinary klnd, and is of the opinion that such an attempt is not be. SLIiJJJiiwrAWsaWSWMBjaa.' Elder S. W. Crutcher, late pastor of coinpetlton with the multitude eta loir tut, ioM In 'I of ihoit clearly unconstitutional. w ttfltf Tif.n .. . hn.nh.l. .w.taM CI. I ....I ... I the Christian church, who has been in Kan. cans. I ltoriLlliKind rouocaCo., t The 100 Wall btreel, N. V. Bucket Pum & Water sts for several months, is again in Dan-vilMOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. W. G. Marks, for the past two Mr. J. P. Wilkerson, of Casey county, has and a half years a resident of St. Louis, is been appointed storekeeper and gauger. in town on a visit. Mrs.tMarks stopped in iviu w iu. ui micro or wen, reiuOTlOf wgitf Charles Mitchell, aged 83 years, father Cincinnati to see her sister, Mr. L. II. MT. VERNON, KY. water and renJerto the water pur, reinor- of Maggie Mitohell, the actress, died at .lui.iiiuivi, I'wuiiror mifii, i nn rump na Durham, and will be here Siturday eventh ThlioM ina Hotel li (till main I eun'"Pro'! 'halo, no link to get twlaudia Troy, N. Y. ing. la aoMereJ irmnntly, and Inread ol link, IllOlDff it! Ann rmifaflAn. fh.n-nable. la flat pleto ol galTanlitd Iron la lied. D not has been adopted in Prohibition DanAt a meeting of the citizens of BrccUl attention to the trarellBc ouhllc. purtliate . nmnniinlll va.i k this. Charleston, the capital of West Virginia, to ville yesterday evening it was resolved to rfTuuiij vV. II. IIIGUINH. ML Vernon, Er. take effect May 1st. petition the Legislature to allow the citi A dam gave away at Eiet Lee, Mass., zens of said town to purcnase rauroaa drowning 11 persons and nearly sweeping bonds or subscribe to railroad stock to the away the whole village. amount of $50,000; the act to become a Two ladies standing in a doorway of a law when ratified by a majority of the house eight miles from Newcastle, Pa., citizens, at an election to be held for the were struck by lightning and killed. purpose of ratification or rejection. It Is The Mississippi at Memphis, is with in understood that this is a move to induce six inches of;the flood of 18S2, which was Dealeri In a'l klndiol the Louisville Southern or Chesapeake & the highest within the memory of man. Nashville or both roads to come via DanA negro desperado and horse thief, ville, tracked for 30 days, was caught and killed Sam Lee and Amanda Briscoe had a in the swamps 12 mileo west of Memphis. fight on Monday night, which was a sanThe Bishop of Madrid, Spain, was guinary and muddy affair. Amanda was shot and killed as he came out of the capassing where Sam was sitting on Main thedral by a disgraced and deposed priest. street and in reply to something she The officials of the Iron Mountain thought Sam said she remarked that Sam and Missouri Pacific state that traffic has was a blank, yellow son of a female canine. been fully resumed on each of those roads. Sam responded by knocking Amanda down By the break up of the ice gorge in with a chair. Amanda, not thinking the the Bt. Lawrence at Montreal many milissue made up, rsjoined by breaking a lions worth of property has been destroyed. couple of beer bottles, not empty, over ma-aWBT"S l?m 1 New York pays for lighting her streets Sam's head. Sam filed a rebutter by knock-lo- g with electric lamps 70 cents each per night Amanda over the curbstone into a gutand from $12 to $30 a year for each gal ter of filthy mud and water. Amanda surlamp. rebutted by pulling two handfulla of wool The Vanderbilts have added a quarter from Sam's head, and then members of the of a million to their previous gifts to the law and order club separated the pleaders College of Physicians and Surgeons, New 9 In this civil (?) action. The police court York. looked into the matter Wednesday and fin Thirty prominent Louisville citizens -S- ORBETS,ed Amanda $10 and costs, while 8am was MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. hive been indicted for being present and taxed $5 and cysts. aiding and abetting the Warren-BarneManaged by Jno. B. Fith. During the war while an Ohio regiprize fight. preach here Saturday ment was stationed In Dinviile an acquainRsv. Johns will A portion of the old Libby prison at night, Sunday and Sunday night. tance began between a soldier thereof and Richmond fell in and destroyed stock to Willie Newcomb killed a Daia eagie Miss Anna B. Perry, of this place. The the value of $10,000. It was used as a Grain, Wool, Seedi, Feed, Coal, Lumber, on Roundstone that measured 5 feet from jilrftM'. name was Henry Wolf, and when warehouse. was mus- tip to tip of wings. the war closed and the regiment. Powderly says on oath that there are Married, this morning at me new- - tered out, he returned to his former home fe500,000 Knights of Labor, including comb Hotel, Wm. Hall to Miss Sarah in Ulrichsville, Ohio, and after remaining -males who are on an equal footing with the Bales. Both parties are from uvingsion. a short time, announced to his friends that men In the order. Bandar morning the body of Henry he was coin to Kentucky to be married, Mrs. Charles Cole, of Covington, a Taylor was found about 200 yards below he did not state what part of Kentucky he bride of but two months, tooL poison and where he was drowned. N hen louna nis was going to or whom he expected to marry. died at the home of her mother. Cruel overcoat was hung on a snag and his feet He made his appearance in Danville and treatment is the alleged cause. were above water. in a short time he and ilus ferry were The heaviest Krupp gun ever made -- I, the one that cirri m the largeet and' E Nicholson was married Wednesday married. The couple lived together agreeweighing seventy tons, more than 30 feet to Miss Margaret Taylor. He Is a widow ably for five years and during that time long and throwing a shell of 784 pounds er about 33 years of age ana has lour chil two little girls were bom to them. One weight has just been mounted at Berlin. dren, while sne is only 18. Judge J. B. evening after returning from work and Abe Jackson has been arrested at WaLear tied the knot. taking his supper Wolf remarked to his co, Texas, charged with having blown The postoffice was removed Tuesday to wife that he would walk up town and askopen with dynamite the home of Sam H. Carpenter's business house, on Main ing if anything was needed about the house, Our fcellltlti Icr bujlngo4 the great qtianlltlei wo buy enable u, ta tfee better Jones, the evangelist, at Cirtersville, Ga. This street adjoining the Joplin Hotel. left, sarins he would be back soon. This rci than an; one. Railroad agents will sell excursion ; tnnnh belter house and situation than was the last Mrs. Wolf ever saw of her tickets to Atlanta, Ga , where, on May 1, the place from which it was removed. husband. After eight or ten years, con the Beni H. Hill statue will be unveiled, The boys did not eaten an me usn id cluding that she had been permanently adand Jefferson Davis will deliver the Roundstene and Cumberland, but caught abandoned, she obtained a severance of the dress. their share. They say they caught (they marriage ties, and marrying Mr. J. II. is tumbling The Chicago court-hous- e should have said bought) about 200 lbs. Lisle lived with him until her death which to pieces and a fence has been constructed Fishing was never known to be better than occurred about three years ago. Wolf deabout it to prevent persons approaching now, but e ceived his wife as to the part of Ohio he near enough to be struck by the falling The ku klox made another raid on came from, mentlontng instead of his o)d fragments. Wildie last Saturday night. They gaye home a place where he was utterly unSenator Blackburn appeared before the Jeff Dowel the lash this time. It is said known. How this came out will appear Committee to opPostoffice and Post-road- s that D. Is a very dissipated, idle and later on. From the abandonment until a Thompson's confirmation. The pose Mrs. fellow. He has been in jail few davs bbo the two children were cared committee postponed final action until here several times. No doubt he dm not hate u. We to callnow the Urge! nock eitr brought to this for by their uncle, Mr. James Wilson. Etralzht Ibrocgb rn all good, handled byaik acd examine cur tou la city and all we next week. get as much as he deserved. I understand Last Friday a stranger named 'John Wolf A primary election will be held in Ma- they left notices with other parties telling came to Danville and seeking Air. wuson son county May 8th to decide whether the them they must go to work and pay their Informed him that he was Henry's brother Hon. J. Dexter Kehoe or Judge Garrett 8. debts. and that being connected with a newspaper Wall shall be the candidate of the demoand wife have gone in Ohio he had seen a letter from a young R. crats of that county for Congress. home, taking with them Mrs. D. C. Pointer named Wolf soliciting the John Carpenter, the wife murderer, and Luclle Joplin. Mr. J. it .uws, ageat at lady In Danville agency for the paper, and that upon this confined in the New York Tombs, killed Brodhead, and wife, were at James Houk's had come here with the hope himself by nutting his throat. He no Monday. C. C. Williams made a business slight clue he of learning something of his brother's fate. doubt thought it was time he was dying trip to Louisville last week and returned After ascertaining that the Wolf who had for the deed, and the law was slow, Sunday. Miss Ella Joplin went to Paris lived in Danville was indeed his brother Jay Gould has sent bis check for $500 this week to visit her sister, Mrs. W. T; Mr. Wilson that during nen-ry'- s to Ham Williams, a deputy sheriff, who Brooks. Nath Evans, his wife wnd Miss he informed five year's residence in Danville he had was shot and seriously wounded whllo de- Annie Evanu returned last night from -- DBALKaSlHnot once written home and that none of fending the machine shops of the Iron Zinesviile. O., where they have bsen visit- Pfc'.tPG (I tOT iJT'ToAv. :-s) where he was. He his family knew Dnnle C4o41nnatu anrl fr? Mountain railroad at Baring's Crossing. a&wjr'ii'rsi. ing relatives for some time. Mr. Wm. Par- that after the abandonment he reZ niCjwcv S. hatch. n.nci The negro, Bob Smith, who was hung ris, father of S. W. Parris, arrived i pesuay Fancy Articles. Ulrichsville and when asked at N.'cholasville last Saturday, Bold his night from Napa City, Cal , whera he has turned to i. Vo place than I'hyilcleiik' pretcrlpilcna accurately compounds. gaye another body to Maysville physicians for $25 and been prospecting. He thinks the bills are where he had been, Also 0 .itfo." 1 a v'lA f denied having been spent it for candies and cakes, with the ex- too high for him His home is in Illinois. Danville, and also married. He also said that Henry remain-I- n ception of $1, which be gave his mother. News reached us last night that at 7 Ulrichsville but a few days, leaylng abThe Knights of Labor of St. LouIb o'clock, Mr. M. C. Miller, county clerk, led since then he knew nothhave notified a butcher's firm to cease sup- to the marriage altar Mrs. Elizibeth Hays. ruptly and that The Largost Stock of Watches, Clocks, him. He Baid Henry had never ing of Hoxie, on plying meat to Jewelry and Silverware He has been a widower 12 monthr; ehe a Ohio where be told pain of a boycott. The butchers respect- widow since the war. Her husband was lived In the town in and was a total ETtr bought to thla market Price I,owcr than fully decline to comply with such a sense- killed in theservice. 8. W. Parris was sworn hiB wife he came from the Lowwt. Watches, Clock and Jewelry Be- Mr. John Wolf has the palrod on ihoit notice and Warranto!. stranger there. less demand. deputy to Issue the license. in as do man, and seems appearance of a well-tThe May Century will contain the last The Egyptian Sphinx is soon to get a like a person of character. He took his psper written by Gen. McCUllan for publiCARRSAGE & with him when CO.? cation. It is a deicription of the critical thorough overhauling. A company hai brother's children to Ohio i?:Llrn' "C0Q lift JU a. ETerrBnrrr aoldby the middle m..r v aid M. Maspero in he returned last Monday, saying that they iihhud, sVKBir. roan baa aeTeral dollar added time from the second battle of Bull Ruu to been formed in Paris to to tb tint Price. Waharo no with him. Agent, bat for twelra years the advance from Washington toward South carrying on his excavations. It is thought should always have a home baredcalt with the consumer. Woahlp anynbere, wltb nrlrl-let- s that the Sphinx Is a tomb and that under Mountain and Antletam. Wu IbaaSBkO who of examining before buy- mAl or, we par rrtignt cnargca -- Win. J. Divie, of Jlsrrodaburg, has It, or inside of it, some valuable and inter-eatin- g Eaoch Pratt, the Billimore Cicmus, esii. aWf M.flaBmfr . 14 nut .u . may be discovered that will gave that city its fine free library, i material . h. advanced to the fourteenth day in a i.u,inj.uiuHivi " u(. made by himOneprlceonlr, 1'lntformHprlnn mated to bo worth $7,000,000 Wagon at 11,13 li aameaioihpr forty days' fast, losing sixteen add a few years more to the length of yann WaitoniVIO. 70, but is aaui.'sLia The work will be parried on with self and not inherited. lie over op Durirles at 8110, flno u uiually told for 8131). Oar II arc eM weight during the two weeks. pounds in . niilKlC. IJIU ,U Hill, 111 Pg . .t-i w. i.,,. ...1.- - . .A.t CnUfnv .L. Kicav "l1"1" maw nnf lift still hale and vigorous and luomlsiot: to IT la Irolnn in Tmnii'j Aft (1 " "- liijtoj. Care, SO luni wm ul.i. )Kue True. AUdivaj, ; W '. U, I'HATT, secretary. Elkbnrt, IndUaaj disfigured by the somewhat tarJy autopsy. live many years. feat. A THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, bill Is before the Legislature to one-hal- Melvin Butler, charged with the assassination of John Macoy, is on trial at Louisville. A mob attacked the fall at Anthony Kansas, Monday.in which three murderers, the Weaver brothers, were confined, took them out and killol all three. Tim nl.l.oi merchant VMS el aftaat is said to be the bark True Love, which was built In Philadelphia In 1701 and is therefore 122 yean old. She is still in active service, and is owned by J S. Ward, of London. The Court cf Appeals affirmed the decision of tho Bourbon Circuit Court In the case of John Williams, colored, condemned to death for the murder of Harry Bklllmsn, at North Mlddletown, on the night of Soptember 20th, ISSi. John W. Daniel, the Virginia orator and statesman, declared In a speech In the House of Representatives that " iou mignt as well put a mustard plaster on a baia head for heart disease as to apply legislation for the cure of labor troubles." Dr. Thomas L. Taylor, formerly of Richmond. Ky.. was shot and killed by the accidental discharge of a rifle at Abeline He was an esumaoie Texas, recently. young gentleman, with an extensive circle of relatives and friends in Kentucky. Seven men engaged in boycotting the loric bakery of Mrs. Gray, in New city, have been indicted for conspiracy and coercion, the punishment for which is imprisonment for one year, or a fine from six cents to $500. They ought to suffer the full penalty. Iowa, erstwhile the oanner repuoucau State of the West, which could always be depended on for a republican majority of from 60.000 to 100.000 Is now reauceu to the necessity of making a gerrymander in order to retain a republican majority in its Congressional delegation. Controller Durham has deciaea mat a United States DIstrict.Attorney is not en titled to a per diem fee for the attendance of his assistant in court or before a United Btates Commissioner, while the atttorney is absent attending to businisa In the untl ed Btates by direction of the Attorney General and receiving pay for said service. Kentucky stands in need lust now oi some wholesome reforms in the administra tion of State affairs, and Judge Durham is a reformer of the old school. "Charity be gins at home," therefore the democracy oi Kentucky should transfer Judge uurham from the Comptroller's office at Washing ton to the office of chief magistrate oi rentucky. We have had about as much logy and fosilllsm In the management or our RiiA affairs as the people will sUnd, and it behooves the democratic parly to see that good men are nominated in 1887. Head the ticket with M. J. Darham.-Cattle- ttsburg Democrat. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. 1 V i ft POWDEI Absolutely Pure. ESn'??tB3r runner .. atr-i- e. NEWCOMB MOTEL, n tu, " I 65-i- u WEAKEN & MENEFEE, Farminglmplcments and Msichin- ery, L v7iHI Fine Bug Callages Etc s Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, THE HOUSE TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BKST STOCKofGOODS thsd's-ounlao- We do not aim to sell at same ,. price as any other merchant, good-for-noth- ing MEAN TO CUT PRICES METCALF & rr'OftSTHSJEtt. v PoimvA n..r.n PHARMACISTS, -- jr Al isk-lit SsaKsXv HARNESS M'F'C d JEWELERS. Vice-Preside- o ELKHART nii(4wtuiwii41l jpj? iiAim-iurx- his-toi- !! !' fWRV J ft ' l L .V. r- - Foster sold to Wakefield & Hudgelding for $135. II. D Bture,of B3)le, sold to Thomas Gahden Seeds, Onion Brta and Seed Woods 125 short yearling cattle, averaging Stanford, Ky April 23, 1880 Irish Potatoes at A. A. Warren' "Model 150 pounda,at 63 Grocery." For Bale. Milk cowe, corn, oats, hay - BualnoBB Manasor. Wanted I Wanted - 60,000 pounds and cedar psstt; 10 acred of corn land to B. O. WALTON. " of Wool at highest market price for caah. rent. J. a. Billon. A. T. Nunneller. John M. McRiberts, Jr., bought of E I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. mule for $60 and 'vl ?W7f? ,JaaWaitattatasiatiaSsaVaU WHKMSa2ZzmmmP-t For Hen r. An elegant store room, 25 1 B. Ilaydcn a - 1 M r.u. Mali train going North-.....- .2 of same age at $105. i) ........ .........w 13 p, m. 80 feet, location the beat. For terms apply of Andy Rice South 1 Si a.m. Bipro.1 train" Bouth...... the Loulimile quotations on greaae It ' f MOrbt.tWHMM.tlM.MMm.lt 03 A.M. to J. C. Kobln'cn, Lasctster, Ky. wool are 2221c; black 1G(?18 ; Kentucky fb e li calculated on itandard time. Bolar Mrs Jane, wife of J. L. .lutciii'on, of burry 1517c; Southern burry 12l-lc- ; ae it about 30 mlnutei tutor! wool 32(W30:. Crab Orchard, wan tried or lunacy yeatcr-da- y and ordered to the asylum. It is a A Henderson horse buyer sold a mule NOTICES. LOCAL very sad esse. a few dajs ago for $30 Fully fifty times Landheth's Garden rjecda nt McUobcrt has he bought end bo Id him, the first time Juixik J. A. LYTLE, administrator of k StnfRV. belni jd't before the cloce of the war. n.) I.an.miith'h narilcn bjciI In bulk W. M. Bill, sold 125 barrels of 1, 2, and Djg killed thirty four head of fine nt l'enny & McAllater'e. packages whisky to a Cincinnati firm at sheep near Mt. Sterling oue night recently, Watch t8 and Jcwelrjr repaired on ahor $110,$1 J5and$1110. and a wholesale slaughter of worthier notice and warranted br Pennj A McAlia 1 will have my summer opening on cum has since taken place in that section. . Buy tho Haas Hog Kemedy, the oHrJ-aa- l DRIPPING SPRINGS Friday, April 30, and Siturday, May lit. At Georgetown court Monday yearhope they will make it 300 this season. and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- The ladies are cordially invited to be pres- lings sold at $27 60 to $30 per head; etcer There i no earthly reaion why any one To tbe Editor ot tbilutrrhr IiiKniM calves at ?19 25 to $21 15; one bunch of sioulH mike long, tiresome and expensive AooMriJCTK stock of jewelry, latent ent. Ms. Kate Dui'derar. This summer resort is ho wII nd tnvnr ityle. Rockford watches n specialty. Pen milk bly known to the peop'e mixed helfera and ateera at $15! Fri-dajvune7 to diitant watering places when o' Btaafnrd ni The Harrodsburg Democrat, of iaU or A McAliater. cowa $30 to $33. A flock of mountain eha everything thnt can bj desired Lincoln county that it i unnecessary has not reached here. Can it be that i" W" 29 in number, with 7 lambs thrown riclt Itpr- - t rmm- -. Dripping Springs is PERSONAL. to go into any lengthy descrlp'Un connection with sheep, I that brother Bpotswood'e sold for $12 60, on four month' time, G have made great improvements r ce led by everybody to be one of the anything to do with the delay? in, aince laet W. NnniTT, of Ml. Vernon, wai "Amor" has J. per cent, interest. iprhus in the world. A few season, completely covering tbe cr- quel here yesterday. tlmltr--uJames D. Bees haa purchased 1,000 yard with a large, two-iiu- rr Anythino In straw goods, from a broadin recreation during buildii.g for Mns. J. T. O'Heun hat cone to Louie-fil- l brim buckeye to a handsome Mackanaw or Iambs for July delivery at 6c per pound. the ho' s uomer months often saves large sleeping apartments, adding a large ttml to Tlait relatives. Manilla. Alio a nice lot of stiff hata in A. J. Tribble shipped 79 hogs to Bal dac irs' bllli an J live Every one who bill-rooand bowliug-- al Mn. P. M. MoRoiieiitb has returned blacks, browns and light colors at Bruce A timore weight 240 lbs , for which he paid psdbly can should make their arrangeV ley; and the "Governor on tl e from Lexington and Midway. ments risp-n- d from $3 50 lo Bob Cunningham has mountain aide, 100 feet above tbe spring, McRoberts. a few days or weeks at ii Jonsgo.v, of Hose, Ilobblni Mr. O. W. Dripping Serines the comiou season, the purchated several ciop of the growing which will ba occupied this year b G sold his livery stable to it J. E. Bruce has & Co., Cincinnati, was here yesterday. f halt Bn I ..ttAtnua. rriiTlsT neighborhood at Knott and "I'l.ui viciiniuuiuin report. in v continue to run wheatin the Pine Grove Ja. B Mc.Creary Toe alte for Miis. Cath Bailky and Mrs. Mary A. T. Nunnelley, who will Winchester Democrat. Tr e ofor I made last season is still 85o per bushel. thia house was cut out of the solid slate and It in connection with his other stable. Mr. Bowman went to LoulaTllle jesteaday. open: Any on won will beat me the beat Louisville tobacco market, furnished required tbe labor of thren man for four his attention entirely to Mil. A G. Cowan left Wedneeday for Bruce will devote three in fie at by Gtovsr A Darrelt, of the Louisville To- weeks to accomplish it. I U get a week's nor hire teu farming and slock raising. Montana, where he will probably locale, boirJ ff-- o' cfiar-- i And now in conclu bacco Warehouse: The past week has de- ouuainga uere aw newiy nntsbed ana re Mr. 8. W. Parris and Jack Adams, Jr., MilGeohoe II. Brock has contracted veloped a marked Improvement in those painted and ctn easily accomodate 150 have engaged one of the fioei I alian bands sion. of Ml. Vernon, were In town yesterday. They who can Dot lette the heat, the dust and with Messrs. Nevlus A Allen to build a gradea of Buriey leaf1 from good to fine. guests. I have made great preparations for in the State Sirlos, of Lexington. There tlflltg air, -- Gait. W. J. Wash, of the K. C, an handsome cottage residence on hia lot on The advance haa been from $1 to $3 per tbe coming season and will spare neither men are gentlemen and excellent musicians To ramble In the woods, ao green and fair, nt.l Vlrolnt. friend, waa to see us this e hundred. which they are to tales of the 1885 crop pains nor expense to make Frequent lower Main atreet, Aud climb theifl grand and glorloui hills Before engitgiag them I hid them om week. and have ready for occupancy July 1. have been made recently at prices ranging Springs deserve its ntme of 'Kentucky's over to P tint L'ck nnd pUv for a xrand Should lend for a box of Slaughter'! Dripping Mrs. John MrrcALr.of NIcbolaeTille, Springs Plllf. from $12 to $15 and a few hhda. from $15 The comic opera of "Amor" which la to to $18 There haa not been the least im- Favorite Bummer Re ion." The high reputa billls-- t Ciristmis, and everybo'iy was de is flailing her son. Mr. Thomas Metcalf, Tnese nre tbe mildest atd mist effective tion that our table gained lat season will lighted with their music. Th season bj given here by the best vocalltla of who has been quite III. pills ever pot no the market and are sent to provement in the common grades. Bales more than be maintaiuec'. In we will I have had to open June on the evening of the 30th, prom-lae- s was reported much Mr. T. T. Davids for the week, 3,195 hhds. Receipts for the have every delicacy that our home market application! for board in April. Under n any nd IrriM jn reoetpt of price, 25c. Satto be the event ol the season and a week, 2.5G0 hhds. Sales since January 1st, nnt Yesterday and It Is thought that he guaranteed or money refunded. A circumstances will I receive a boaroer be isfaction crowded house Is expected. In addition to 44,020 hhdr. The following quotations and the city affords. It was generally can lire but a short time. Address all prices would be greatly ad- fore the 15. h of May and do not want itiem sample dos cnt free. that our Mnwna W. B. McRontitTfl, George T, the Harrodaburg ladies and gentlemen, fairly represent our market for new Bur-leto D. G, Slaughter, Proprietor, vanced; however, there 's very little change, before the lit of June, then I will ba gal Wil CrabO-chard- , Portman and J. E Portman hare gone to Mimes Minnie Dinwiddle and Dollie Dark trash, 2 to 3J; colory trash, 3 and our transient rates and feeding horses is to greet all who K. miy wish to cian San Liberty prepared to tacklo the Green rlyer liams, of this county, appear in the cast. to 4; common lugs, not colorv, 4 to 5; colP S O i next co'inty court day a handgreatly reduced. Board for June and Sep- ford and Lincoln county furnished me r Let everybody attend. filDM. 15 pa.e illii'iraied circular of Dripory lugs, 5 to " common leaf, not colory, tember will be the same as last reason $7 150 guests from their best families v some, of this county, wm Dr. J. II. Halloo, ping Spring will bo ditributed in 8tar as we expected. There are 5 to 8; good leaf, SJ to 13; fine leaf, 13 to per week; July and Auguit $8 per week. It is just I son and I am sure I fesl yerr grv.eful, nmi ford appointed a delegate to the meeting of the three or four sore heads in Pulaski agita 15; select wrappery tobacco, 15 to 18. D. G. S. American Medical Association at St. ting the queation of doubt about the fair-neOARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Louis. HKTf AnVKBTlStaHHTK. of Dick Warren's nomination, but the Lancaster. J. B. Vanarsdxll is Tery ill with majority are latlifitd that there waa no foul tmeumonla. His brother, J. W. Vanare- - play and will vote for him with a whoop. Mrs. Patty Ray died last Sunday, aged i dall. of Junction City, baa been with him The beat plan for the disgruntled la to ac- 70 years. Her remaina were laid to real in KTeral days. manly manner and tbe family burying ground Taesday. Tn stockholders of the Knob Lick Turnpike cept the situation In a Road at The Women's Christian Tempeiance day inCo. will mmfor Stanford on the lit Satur- a MmsHanha Fair la in Louisville fall into line to help elect our nomineea. May, !$, tbe purpoie ol electing e Board of Director for the eniulng portraits of her mother, President and painting life aiia Union of thia place will petition the (U7-td- ) year. A. K. DENNY, President. Prof. T. M. HaweV enterRemember to make Lancaster a local option and father, the late Wm. Fair, under the Presbyterian church next supervision of an accomplished LsuiiTllle tainment at the town. He will give selections Monday night The meeting of citizens to organize a artist. McKinney, who haa from Robert Bordette, Peck's Bad Boy, Max fire company Monday evening elected Col. Tbe annual meeting of the itockholdera of tho Mibh Jennie Ward, Mark Twain, Bam Miller chief. Another meeting will Stanford A Balla Oap Turnpike Co. for the elecbeen attending college here, haa been called Adeler, Artemaa tion ol a Prrildent and Board of Dlrectora lor the sis 6hekeipeare, Byron, Coleridge, Will Carle- be held this evening toTect other officers, eniulng year will be held in tbe Circuit Clsrk'a home by the aerioua illneea of her little oflce in Stanford on the lit Saturday tn May, '86, and we guarantee an hour Trimmed and Ready for Use, Rt Rev. T. E. Clelland, of Lebanon, de at2o'olockr. m. (117-tter, Lucy, of consumption, who, it is ton and others J. E. LYNN, Prea. all who attend. A of genuine enjoyment to thought, will only live a few days. liven d a forcible and inatruclive aermon Mr. J. C. Bryant, who used to report part of the proceeds go to the Bundsy at tbe Presbyterian church Wednesday evening. A good sized audience was presfor this paper from Garrard county, was school. Admission 25 ceils. The itockholdera of tbe Stanfoid A Huitcnrllle here Wednesday. He is a druggist in Lex Turnpike Road Co. wl,l hold their annual meritCentral Kentucky Medical Associ- ent. The of ington now and judging from his appear ation met in Danville Wednesday at the Prof.T. M. flawes will giye an elocu- ing for theat election of a President and Boardthe Dlrectora Bailey's Store, TurnersTille, on p. x . Saturday tn May, JSSG. at 3 o'clock ance is doing well. Jos F. Waters. Thomis D. IUnky. Clemens House, with Dr. Fayette Dunlap. tionary entertainment at the Opera Houre lit d J. F. CAtJH, Preiident. Mr JameuCrov, of Winalow, Ark, President, In the chair. The aubject for the evening of the 30th. He should have who has been here for several days visiting debate waa "Bronchial Pothials." The a large audience as all who go will bo amthe family of his father, Mr. O. J. Crow, occupied most of the morning ses- ply repaid. haa returned home. Ilia wife, who accom. son of Gideon Rothwell A The annual meeting of tbe ibarebolders of tbe sion. The subject of the Salicylates In A CoCy'a Mill Turnpike panted him here, will spend the summer in Acute Rheumatism was introduced by Dr. was accidentally shot by hia brother a few TurnersTille, McCinney Jonea' Store, McKinney, Itoad Co. will beheld at M. right on tbe lit Saturday in May. 18S6. at 9 a.Board for Kentucky. or McMurlry and afterwards discussed very daya since. The ball entered at the tbe purpoie of electing a Prealdcnt and of the nose and came out below the ear. Directors for the eniulng year. freely by the 8ocIety. The meeting was a M. McKINNEV, Preiident. d LOCAL MATTERS. likely die. Come with the tide to us tor- pleaunt one. The day waa beautiful, the He will E. W. Lillard has returned from Cipt. Candles, Waters A Rney'a. were In unity an! harmony; the Sugar, CoQi, brethren Fresh Peaches at uanannas, Greenwood, where he haa been on duty for Flour, Meal. attendance good and when the hour for adOranger, Bacon, Lard, 8. 8, Myers. the past ten days. He reports everything Lemoni, Fresh salmon Eggs, The ibarebolders ol the Hanging Fork A Green reluctButter, journment came each member fell Dates, rigs. will meet Potatoes, Kinnalrd niter Turnpike Boad Co. Saturday at Jonei" Store quiet at the seat of war. Lieut. eelling ance at parting, eo aays Dr. Bailey. in May, 1886. on the lit Rallies, In McKinney Mackerel. Bee Wearen A Menefee before Preecryes, will probably remain there until all the tor tbe purpoie of electing a Preiident and Board Syrupi, Jelly, of Director! for the ensuing year your wool. Molassei, MARRIAGES. troopa are withdrawn. W. OIV ENS, Prrildent. (117-tCocoa, Chceie, Clorea, r fiihtng in Bornslde'a pond, Oyiteia, No more Col. Eiward M. Leivell, a prominent Canned Goods, Editor D. C. Lisle, of the Winchester Appie liutter, order of Jno 8. Haya Pine Apple, highly respected cltizm o( this county, and Democrat, will msrry Mle Minnie Winn, of bplce, lloinlny, died suddenly of heart disease at hia resi Cinnamon, Beam, guarantee tbe Proctor Knott patent his town, next Wednesday. We The etotkbolden of the IIuitonTllleA Cofley'i Cakoa, Kraut. dence Tuesday evening, in the 73J year of Mill Turnpike Road Co. will mtet at T. C. Jaaptr'a Prunes, CarJlnoo, (lour. Metcalf A Foeter. At the Christian church in Mt. Ster. Hie wife and one son, Lewi Y., Store on tbe lit Saturday in May, USS, at t o'clock hia life. Fruit Plcklet, yaaajg,vaaaatxvAaaaaaaaaapaBaajjajaaaajaajaaaaaaaaaaaaj'-Preiident and ling, last Thursday, by Elder Surber, Mr. Bakers Chocolate r. M. for tbe purpoie of elcctlrg a year. reacnes, Diiea him, Hia loss will be keenly felt Board ol Dlrectots for tbe enaulnj? A beautiful line of Flower Crocke at of Harrodsburg, to Miss survive Lamp;, Chlmneya, Soda. Tobacco, Dried Apples, Corned Beet. Cracken. atarch, Soap, Smith Hansford, U7-t- d O. C. LYON. President. by hia many friends and relatives. His re A. A. Warren's "Model Grocery." Coal Oil, Qaeemware, Tinware, Pocket and Table Cull ry . Powder. Shot, Cartridgea, Hoes, Rakes, Cornie Oldham. Seed Potatoes In fact, eTerythlsg In the Grocery lire, ud also plain and fancy Harneii, Saddle i, mains were interred in the Lancaster ceme Bridles. Whlpi, Wagon Gear, etc., etc., manufactured for us by tbe popu'ar llrtn of W. B. Carson A on Lancaater atreet Dr. H. M. Pusey, of Louisville, and A smalt, store-rooSon. Cotmfru Produce of arery description wanted. Remember that we buy and sell juit Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. Dr. Stewart, of tery Walton. Mies Eleanor, daughter of aa low ai any Una poulbly can, unleai they carry on buiinesa for pleaiure and that la a tact woile-itr-e near Main, for rent. W. P. A Mllledgerllle especially to reiterate, emphaiiw and lmpreraupon tbe minds of an intelligent public We The itockholderi ol the Stanford Miss Louisa Mann, of Plainfield, X, the Feeble Minded Institute at Frankfort, Guarawtek entire satisfaction, always, and delWer all goods anywhere In or within a fsw mlleeof Turnpike Itoad Co. will meet at McCormack'a Best varietlea aeed aweei and Irtah pota- were married Wednesday. WATKHH b It AX EX. the lit Meeting J., is claimed to have recovered hei eight at2p.x.Iloueeonpurpoie Saturday ina May, IStC. Stanford or our luburbin city of Jfoirfand. of electing Preiident for tbe toes and garden seeda at T. R. WaltonV 3. NEWTON CRAIG. Jr.. Saleimaa. through the faith cure. and Board ol Dlrec'on for thi eniulng year. RELIGIOUS. A. W. CARPENTEB, President. 117 td Charles Greenway, in the Henderstn TnE assessors tell us that there la a SALEGood Shingle Mill with 48 Inch George W. Ferryman ia conduct- jail for murder, escaped tbe other morning, of all classes of stock in Rev. marked decrease power Engine and a Jointer, a D. ing an interesting meeting at his church in knocked a man down who tried to step county aa compared with a year ago. Corn Mill. Belting Complete. Mast, burnt, the Stanford, Ky. confess him, but was at lat run down with a hone Owenton. There have been eight The Ccralloed Bullion Full brother to Maud We havo the most complete line of hard ions to date. and returned. ,..isssV . U 16f, bay, ar "V . 15J4 8ALK.-0- ne thoroughbred red Bull. 0 build- ! hands high. Will make ware in the city. Special Sgurea to JrM months old. Also 9 high grade yearling Steers At the Methodist church uunaay A Swedish pnysician, one Dr. Grnidl-bac- the season of 1886 at tbe lttMni W. E. Amon, Manlord, Ky ere. Call aiid examine. Metcalf A Foe. morning tbe subject of the sermon will be Foaled 51a s, itso. is a it arte blown witn small table ct entries Dunn, Qeti has discovered a perfect cure for evstar: 18 bands blab; extra he.iYT mane and tall. oafjil tcr. "Resurrection of Jeui." Borne beautiful ery known ailment. He treats his patien's iC miles fromStantoid at symmetrical lo form, with superior style, both In the Ruth Branch pike, barnesi snd under uddlo. lie waa tired by tbe by the choir. One Cent. Send your name on a postal anthems they were carcases of New Z'alaid a Haro in Foal, as if noble Bumpier Denmark, he by Goddard's Den$25 to Insuro Louiayille, mark, ho by Ualn.it A Cromwell's Denmark, he In the Melhodi't Episcopal conference mutton, freezsa them into a state of itsen Moner due aa soon as the fact li atcertalned or roa card to Bhsrpe A MIddleton, br the the race horaj Denmark, be br Im a copy of the handsomest at Fulton, N. Y., a resolution asking the aibility, and when, after a year cr two, they mare parted wltb. Paitursge at XI M per month. Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowen, Bind- ported Hedgefoid. 1st dam by Miller's Den Ky., and obtain Liable for no accidents. mark, he by tbe me borae Denmark, bit dam by any person a prenid-in- g 115-- tl CHARLES nUXX. ers and Reapers, illustrated Dry Gooda Catalogue ever given Bishop not to appoint are thawed again and set on their legs, they Florlxel, Zddam by Montgomery's OlWer, 3d dam who uses tobacco was adopted. Brredeis will elder away. are in the best cf health, strength atd Keu.ncl.y. by old Drennon. more Denmark take notice that blood than any Prince noiierses Crab Orchard, In 18T8 the Rev. David Walk, a mln- spiri's. other italilon now In the stud, which all lU-4Council will pass a law posi . The City will acknowledge bis produced five horsemen Church, bought persons from tying leter In the Christian more isddla and combined itotk than tively prohlbitln He any other known In K'ntucky. Has proTn him-se- t' Hoy Wli Swallowed a "Jackstone." whether the acres of land in Kansas City for $1,600. hoteea to trees on the street, an excellent breeder. excellent saddle This to Johnny Sixteen onrs ngo a Nebe wan a poor man and he had a hard time The saddle sialllon, ono of tho stallion was sired by owners object or not. We hope it will a keep the taxes paid on his land, but he did Foreman of Itendlng swallowedthe children gro, he by Whip, dam Is I bare I Jit returned from the city and I cordials mare. Prince llttlo Denrrark enforced. ly InTlte you to call and ace my Llrgant Line of WALIiA.CE and the other day he was rewarded by sell-in- g call "jnckstones." Convulsions and partial nut or i cross uiooueuji? Millinery befo e buylog. 1 alio call attention to He goes allof tho boy Whip.n.ln.nll ami tatbeQ..' Don't forget tbe closing auction sales at for $60.600. it paralysis followed, and my finely lelected stock of Ladles' Unlerwear Foaled May 1, 164 Is a rich tuabogony bay, 13 3 ml1 . .t and ir and Motions, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Cull', and hands blg'i. hraTy mane and tall, is atrlctly fine - . ! ,ll1..n.l. klnh U a mental wreck, not M. ma. in.s ?, n man In years years Powers' dry goods store opnogi uic, ..; uuu. "- -on tbe. The Lincoln County Cooperative MeltCorset of dlllerent itylos. Ladles' White Em. and fancy, is to b a natural and pleaiant laddler, of USB at my stable his own name. Physicians will at These are the last salec to occur this ing will be held at McCormack's Saturday, knowing even is probably pressing against new make tbe leawu Dressei. lean Prescbersfllle plke.B miles from Stanford, at brotdered lately Ticatedbybe found v. my itore tn brecdi fancy, and a more uniform breeder of sadsay tho "Jack"' tbepoit-orncget up, walk around the room dlers can cot be found; has nerer produced a singt'off no Ladles are particularly interested May 1, The programme Includes an Inter97 to Insure no colt,to ray. If the u are season, a nerve somewhere in his body. New Yoik tbe mare and suck; J1US. KATMSDVDDEIt4It. Ky. le cilt hut wbat has shown saddle action natural with-ou- t Stanford, HO 2m ly, glTlP tbe blue-ti- e coll eyery year n tbe sad It traded or iciuoed from the neighborhood esting service morning and afternoon with Sua in tbe afternoon sales. die rings from tbe oldest to tho youngest of hit satlifylngme that abe li not in fjal, the teaion stylo on both ildea to offspring. He is high-ta- ll Diet. I will alio stand my jack, be all that the dinner on the ground. There will be only is due. Sueur as nn Article of weather continues to The the third generation, la backed up by thorough-bndio- n Vegetation is the morning service Sunday when Rev. R. Dr. I'hipson, in ft German sclentlflo could both ildes, making him Tery actireand lovers of spring sprightly In gait, In form and finlih a perfect modjournal, advocates the general uso of 6Ugar a, year A Hopper will preach. He is 7 . on thesame termi as thehorse. el. Waa aired by Bumpier Denmark, tbe lire of almost a month in advance of last aa un article ot diet, not simply as a plowears old, black with mealy noie and is about 15 of May ' Pilnce Denmark, (aa eItcd. above), lit dam by ing addition to food. He atllrras that dur-lnand It looks more like the middle ands high. he by Todbunter'sBIr SI.1S AXDEltiOX. Dressed Pine Plooring, Oeiling, Weathei Kir Wallac,(thoroughbred) 2d dam Wallire, he by LAND, STOCK AND CROP Farmers, however, by Vlrglnlus rears he has eaten at least a quar fortv Mr Albert March, 1685 (tll'-eot- ) than the last of Apu1. ' (dam of vlrg nlui by Trnnur, tnorou.nureoi no pound of sugar dally, not counting complain that It Is getting Boards, linifJiing Lumber, Green W. P. Tate sold to Henry Baughman ter of a by tbe celebrated Mason's Wnlp; 8d dam a Whip have begun lo substances talton at tho samo Lumber in tho Hough, including 100 barrels of oorn at $1 75, mighty dry. time, and has bevn benefited by it Uoston Th above hotsei will make tbe teaion t f 1&3C at m T have a number of youDg balls for myfarm.SliialltifromHustouT lie, near Carpeu- Laths and Shingles. Budget. ' Why do not the directors do something ;. .,.,)nn an.) will IlTmltted tO lerTOaltTlng W<o " rent sale. A.M. Feland, Stanford. " BTANtORD, KY. The AVcnkcMt unit the Strongest. atSOtheieaionortJitf uiy care Inure breeding For the conTenlence of our customers In Stanwith the creamerj? They ought to aid to d Registered yearling bull for sale. A ford and tlclolty we hare arranged with 3to. coll Mares ain't nuthln' weakor den In nil notur' Anything would yards nn assortment will receive tny personal attenttoa Oraii before it, sell It or give It away. " J). lVearen io keep on can be paid Jor de human fanibly, an' o' deso, do 'oman is W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor of our Lumber, whero theyhis get It as cheap as of letting Camenlsch, McKinney, Ky. No resnouilMlliv tor la be better than the present plan from us direct. He will also mako ntlmatrs for tb removal l taarci. James E. Clay, of Bourbon, eold lo do weakest nn' yit de strongest Sho tho or ccaiVi. l'artlug with maris fotfclts the M things dat complete mn un ou iuuii wonkes1 in putting up severely alone. The management seems Bite of Slags JuxlO. F.tbtlncludlog sets of Been, liny Dllia not in nauu, wmcii uA) it at 4o and (Joan JUMSMj '.!. gallery, notice. It A 'itj criminally negligent George Becker 300 heed of sheep '"llTito' J. STEELE CAM'EXTEAt, lit' un tron(i' w Id things dat the ery. beating capacity, attraction!, ss-Uly, Kt. to have been rdinoit rater to s;cd 30bogaat3j3. do lub. ArVmaw Traveler. of tho establishment. of the conduct Seed Irish auil eweet potatoes, low. Met-cal- f -J- ohn & Foster. son a 1 1 "'vtl'. v. - "' ted " - $-- MaaTTIflTif BBBnMHanaialaiBBsl Taa mrnmsm- m.. iven-tuck- com-plet- Ilar-rodabu- rg, lt. ed y: l' o-- si Turnpike Election. WALL PAPER Ltg-ialatur- WALL PAPER WALL ! Turnpike Election. PAPER! Turnpike Election. M'ROBERTS & STAGGr'S. 117-t- Turnpike Election. WATERS & RANEY MAIN STREET. - - STANFORD. GROOBBS, 117-t- Turnpike Election. (Big JLL TurnpikeJBlection. LH9lMIjnnaaVl HsaaiHi aseaaWelBaaHaWasr,,,"5 t'oar. Turnpike Election. Messenger STALLI0NSF0R 1886. h, rtfj lriiico Denmark O. B. HARRIS, Ag't PRINCE first-cla- ss m first-cla- Millinery play-thing- DENMARK. to-da-y -- a-- k. JACK JOHN, LUMBER! tr sugar-formin- g OPERA HOUSE dr como-ltto- m m i ( 4 THE LANGUAGE OF THE CANE. nt will; ami this man turned deadly palo found guilty, nnd justly, I could find no can't help feeling It. They're nil roiio now and sprang out of bod. Ho stood at least room for doubt; tho ovidenco which would but ma How did it happen, slrp bo adduced ngatust him; although purely The latest Information. on an Macham touched mo on tho shoulder. six feet ono on his bare foot. "Toll him nbout his brother fnlllng from Huliject WhiU It Mciilin. "Bill thrown through tho window," In sircumstantlal, was of far too damning and jonclusirj a nature to admit of it. I could tho window, nnd tbo room Icing upset, and COUNTER-EVIDENCE. To tap It on tho pavement nt every step, faltered. "It's a d Ho." o tho blood nbout just as you told ma Only moans: "ObJct is no money to me I'm try"It was tlono in tho height of a drunken not boliQYo that ho would receive a loss than pounl servitude for ' ltfo, and in don't say a word about Fancourt; let him ing to wear out tho ferula frenzy," I montally dotormlnod, fooling a Wo had beon talking long and earnestly strango roliof at tho thought that ho was any caso his being adjudged guilty would bo think that no ono was in tho room." To poko a person In tho ribs with It who Is I followed Mocham's ndvico to tho letter, standhigupona chair threo rows abend of of tho future I bad beon urging Constanco not so utterly bad as I bad supposed. "Ho llono sufllclent to blast my hopes of future to nanio the day which was to complete ray is just awakening to tho consciousness of tho nappiness, and Samuel Stokes listened attentively. I tho poklst at a slugging match instuuntes: On tlint day tho prisonor was brought up described graphically tha state of tho room, happiness, but had not succcedei in Rotting crime." "Down in front." tho only it tho police court and remanded, ponding tho tumbled furniture, nnd tbo great pools a doflnlto ) romie. Constanco To hurriedly slip it down the iantnInons-loTho nccu'cd min turnod to mo. axamlnatpn. The inquiry took place on of bloo I, and said nothing about Fancourt. daughter of a decoased cloryman; sho and "Tell me what he means," bo said. and walk along with It cotieonlcxl therein, her mother lived together In a quiet suburb, "I can understand tho blood, sir," said evMencos that it has previously boon feloniI pointed to tho grunt splashes of blood tho following morning. Tbo icsult was "Yos," I soliloquized ns I strodo along, about tho room, which ho did not appear to that Claudo Fancourt, whoso only defcuso Stokes, when I had HnUhoi. "Poor Hill ously "magnetized" from some ball-racand unconscious of tho melancholy ocho of my havo noticed before. He lookod nt thoin was the simple statement that he was utterly usod to bleed from tho nosa somothing the rightful owner Is npproachtng. Ignorant as to how Stokes mot his death, irigiiutii. footiteps in the deserted thoro ghfnrcs To point with it nt n rare old Minting In a vacantly; perhaps tho funis of alcohol still was formally remltto I for trial upon a I started ns If I had been shot. Horo at picture gallery indicate that tbo check Iwy "yes my darling and I will bo very liappy. clouded his brain. chnrgo of willful inunlcr. Tho 3,00d Aunt Jesslo was obliging enough last was a circumstance which might lead to was asleep when tho visitor came through tho "What of Mllfhonskod. After the committal I su ceeded, with tho tho establishment of Fnncourfs inuocouco. entry door. to loavo me should buy a fairly good "I saw him fall down to tho pavemont," I assistance of the friendly inspector, in gainTho possibility that bo was innocent dawnod practice to start with, not to mention all answorod, To carry tho upper end In tho ing access to tho prisoner. upon mo for tho first timo, nnd I was too iwcket, with tbo bottom part sticking overcoat tho comfortable etceteras, including a good "And was bo is ho dondP straight horso to trot mo about. Mnmma-ln-Ia"In order that I may help you. I said. overpowered with excltomont to sjicnk. up in front, signifies that tho nickel plate has "Ho is doad.7 must llvo with us, I suppovi, but as she is "you must tell mo all you know about this Macham took my place. There was n piusa I was not looking worn off from its bo,ms leaden bend, nnd tho such a dear old lady, tho arrangement doesn't into the questioner's fnco. but was crazinc poor man nnd your connection with him." "Can you swear that your brother suffered samo would blacken the dudelet's Ilcndnclip, Nnusen, Dizziness, anil Drowsipresent tho usual objectionable features fixedly nt tho dark wet stain on his arm and from violent bleeding from the notoP bo glovo If held in his hand. Fanconrt complied without hesitation. ness. They stimulate tho Stomach, I.lver, Ob, there is no doubt that we'll lo ai jolly baud. Tho intensity of my gaze This is tho Mibstnico of his stor'. He hail asked. nnd Ilowcls, to healthy action, nssM ingesTo carelessly but gracefully as sandboys, as happy ns Great God, bis attention. Ho lookod ut tho attracted met William Stokes, who was then n bill-lar- d "I should think I could," nuswonl Stokes, tho exhilaration of too much drop it denotes arm ami tion, nnd Incrcaso tbo npietlte. They lino what's that!" and so could others. It used to bo awful, w lno board; while to awkwardly get In tanmarker, since. Turf transstarted violently. combluo cathartic, diuretic, and tonic It wos something whito and ghostly that "Wood"' bo gasped. Then ho added, "You actions lmd thrown them much together, and ho got so weak th it h j had to go to gled up among tho legs and plump tho bearer flashed through tho warm, misty air elesi think 1 murdered nnd Stokes had acquired some information a doctor. This was ubout a voar nsro. and forward on his nasal abutment sadly goes to properties of the greatest value, nro n him!" purely vrgctnblo coini-ounboforo mo, and foil with a horrid thud at I thought In was curo.L" nnd limy bo prove a wholosalo consumption of common "Woll, it looks uncommon Hko it," said through which ho and Fancourt had won my feat taken with perfect safety, cither by chil"When ill 1 tho attacks usually come on P live-cecousoquenoo of this success, a the policeman. red, rod liquor) "It's my duty to dotnln money. In wns I reelod backwards, and an neuto fooling "At all sorts of tlmos, but particularly dren or adults. II. I Thomas, Framing-hapartnership struck up between tho two To peilcstrlanlzo on a crowded sidewalk of intense sickness spread through my frame, you." when ho had been excited or on n sproa" Mass., writes: "For n number of "You detain me!" repeated tho young men, nnd tjgethor thoy attended tbo dlnTer-owith it run through the nUmboed ellows and for by tie dull, crunchod sound of tho fall, "Will you wmo nith us by tho noxt across tho race meetings with varying succoss. Latyears I was subject to lolent Headaches, man, scornfully. "If 1 had murdored tho back w ith emls projecting leyond half-casand tho accom- which terly fortuno bad been against thorn, nnd train!" Iaskol. each nrtn Intimates that there Is plenty of nrMng from n disordered condition of tho paniod it, I knew that th bruisjd man;led, poor follow, and wislied to escapo, no two Stoke, who appears to havo boon a bad Tho man hesltited. men in the world could keep mo in this room. room out lit tho middle of the street for other stomach mid bowels. About n j cor ngo I blooding, and. in all probability, lifeless "I'll give you A) down before vou tempered fellow, became very quarrelsome., o form ofa was lying bef or j As I am innocent, I renuiln;" and without Tho races had nttracted Uicm somo week or into the train, pay all your oxinmsas, nn I jiooplo who don't care to bo swiped on" into the commenced tho use of Ayrr's Pills, mid taking any further notico of either of us, ho lu nwiug. havo not bad n headacbo since." W. P. me. ten days since, and it was agreed 1otwecn givo you as much more when you luive re- gutterbold it in the To center, with tho handled I quickly recsvered, und in a momont was quietly began to pull on his clothes. peated what yoj luvo Just told us before tho Hannah, Gormlcy P. 0., York Co., Out., them that at tbo termination of this meetportion downwards, Is intended by tho Presently wo beard steps on tho stairs, ing tho bonding over tho body of what I judged to court." partnership should bo dissolved. Ac"mover" te demonstrate this; "Aw, writes: " I havo tucd Aycr's Pills for the bo a man of mlildle-ajSamuol Stokes hositated no longer, and n clad, only in a long and tho door opened to admit two police cording to his own stitemant, Fancourt was last thirty years, nnd can safely say thut I coarso night-shiwas a ghastly officers. Tho dead man, whoso namo it tired of tho not very reputable life, and was few hours later wo were on route by the this stick is wenlly so pnwsitlvely tojvYavy, havo nover It found their equal ns ncatbartlo transpired was William Stokes, had mean- heart-sic- k aw, that I nevnh 'aving been usod to manual spectacle; the man vria quite dead. night mal'. We arrived at 5 in the mornof ths association with such quesmedicine. I nm never without them In Stepping back into tho road, I looked up while boon carried into a room on tho ground tionable characters. His Intention was to ing, ami, having seen Stokes comfortably Inbab, aw, find it n w idiculously weighty burfiat, which was After collect- pay a short visit home, and tbon ship for a lodged, Macham and I paid a visit to t!r den, aw," my house." C. I. Moore, Klgln, 111., at tho houe which I was opposite. There ing the ovidenco unoccupied. To It, nicely engraved, to a trusted and scaling up tho room new country, Now Zoaland or Australia. room in which tho trngrdy took place, was no light in any of the windows, and by aui clerk presont Year's Day as a recognition of writes: "Indigestion, Headache, nnd Lou on Now tho key of which I still retained. tho light of tho street lamp I could soo that for tho prcsont, tho officers loft, taking with At the races they were unusually successful, of Appetite, had so weakened and debiliMacham oxamined tho room with uitlnt "long and faithful ser Ice," convoys tbo sor-- tated my system, that I was obliged to giro thoy were all closed with tho exception of them tho accused man. At tho request of and together won Stokes, who was one of them, whom I ascertained to bo an ono on the third floor. That must havo began, not only to oxhlbit an care, tracing tho blood stains from point to sowiul fnct to the t. c that ye employer's act up work. After Mug under tho doctor's ngalnst bLs hirebeen the window froai which the man had inspector, I accompanied them to tho sta- oDjociionauio spirit wnen askoa lor money paint, from tbo inner bed to the window is an economical "stave-off- " raise In salary. Detroit Frw caro for two weeks, without getting ny fallen. I gavo a short cry for assistance. tion. When asked his namo tho prisonor by his partner, but to siwnd the little hoard sill, and noticing tbo position of tbo mis- ling's hoped-fo- r to his lips, the full horrors of relief, I began taking Aycr's 11(1. My It was answered immediately ; the huge dark turned whito appearing to rush upon him for in dissipation bimolf. In consoquenco thers placed furniture. "Note flrst," he said, "tbo Press. sppctlle and strength returned, and I was extraordinary amount of blood about, was consldorablo dbuatlsfaction on figure of a policeman turned a neighboring his situation tho first timo. I leaned forward, breathsoon enabled to rciumo tuy work, lu perHancock nnd tho Flrit Minnesota. cornor and hurried to tho spot. part, nnd tbo two men hail ex- and reuiouib.'r (mind I am only tru Gon. Hancock was a great mlmltvr of the "What's going on here" he asked, as ho lessly awaiting a namo which I felt n pre- changed violent words very frequently. Ot ing on what I loarnt from you) tb.it fect health." sentiment w ould be familiar to mo. I felt tbo fatal evening Fancourt, on account of there were no cuts upon tho dead bont over tho I ody. man, no lighting proclivities of tho men of tho First more than a presentiment, for suddenly like Stokes' prodigality, demanded This poor fellow has evidently fallen that toe wounds that might not havo been occasioned regiment of Minnesota volunteers. Th from a window," I explained, ns be turnod a flash of light tho familiarity in tho face money should bo givon up to his own safe- by tbe falL Oteorve that the blood logins regiment readied Gettysburg tbo night of the was oxplainod to ma I could have given keeping. his lantern upon tho dead, crushed face. They had both boon drinking here, upon tho pillow of tho inner which i first day of Untie. Tbo men stood far in adritiuuRn) uy tho namo for him. Scarcely less agitated deeply. Stokes resisted, but Fancourt understand was Stokes's boil, Then he rose and looked at mo. anl that it vance of tho Union lino on a slight elovation, man tno uniortunato man himself, I stood, qulotly bald him on tho floor, and Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Man. was so copious that.it inn off tho pillow and Gen. Harklale, of Mississippi, suddenly np is a bail job," ho said seriously. "This took ths liko some railway traveler, who bos seen money from soaked through this under sheet and blanket, poured with seven regiments of Confederate "Do you think he isdeadr alhis pocket. A vory Sold by nil Druggists. from the carriage window an approaching tercation onsuod, but tho quarrel violent "I'm sure of it," I answered; and then I was soon and far into tho mattress I have cut open. soldiers. Tbo SU men of tho First Minnesota and inevitable collision, awaiting a shock. oxplainod that my profession justified me in made np, nnd more drink was sent for. Now follow tho stains across tho floor, lous- were tbo only obstacles to his approach. Half "I'm not a murdirer. I had no more to Eventually thoy both turned lnts bol very ing a chair which Is knocked down, nnd tho a mile in the roar Gen. Gibbon and his divissjxsaklng with certainty. After a glauco at the open win- do with that unfortunate man's death than drunk. That was all Fancourt remembered wasnsuind, wuicn is also overturned, tho ion were hurrying to the front. you hail My namo is Claudo Fancourt." up to tho moment ho was roused by tbe po- crockery being broken nnd tha water dow I pointed out to tho uot. Gen. Hancock bail not completed hU lino of him, I said that I was projvirod for a shock, liceman. From here you oa tbo stains lend straight to battle, nnd noodod a short time in which to policeman despatched a man, who chanced "Tell mo all you know of his antecedents," tho w indow, which, by the way, Is a vory accomplish that feat. Ho advanced to the to hi passing, for assistance, and then ho but I nono the less folt its force upon bearlow, and conquently n vory dangerous one. right of the First Minnesota, nnd addressing EtroJo into tbe bouse and up tho stairs, I ing that namo. I staggered against tho cold I said. "I know nboolutely nothing of them," was Observe that tho sill slops downwards; ja s Lieut, Col. Adauvi, of Hastings, said; "Adclosely following. Arrived at tho third stono wall with a deep groan of anguish. Tho your hand over it uud you will .e that thi vance and take their colors." The onler was story, lay companion hammered with his suspicion which had flashed upon me was tho disappointing answer. IS VAKRANTin Fever "Kothiug at all! Can you givo mo no stono Is smooth and slippery ; and finally look transmitted to CoL Colvlll, of Hcd Wing, and Ague, Intermittent or to cure Fever, and baton until a door was ojienedj and an old confirmed, tho familiarity of tho features to Chill closo at this particular stain upon it, which woman in her night clothes demanded with mo was oxplainod; tho murderer was the cluep Fever, Dumb Ague. Bilious Fever, tho men started forwanL They finally routed "I know ho has a brother in London," he is different to the rest It looks ns if tho Barksdalo's division, assisted by Gen. Dengue (or 'llrrnk-loiie- " considerable asperity to know what was the brother of my Constance; tho only brother Fever), Liver whom I had over soen. and whaie name was said, suddenly remembering; "I havo beard blood had bean wiped downwards otT tbo sill, Complaint, nnd all diseases arising from matter. division, and virtually decidid the Malarial poisons. nover mentioned without a sigh from tho poor Dill mention him several times. His with the palm of n hand." you tho landlady P "Are battle, although their lou by death and I paused In deep thought for n few wounds was 3) out of n total of ItJI men. Tho woman answered curtly that sho daughter and a toor from the mother. It had nama is Sainuol Stokoi, nnd ho was olther "llarpcrs.S. C, July 0, 1SS4. been briefly explained to mo that tho boy waiter or barman at tbo nnd then said was. tavorn, moment, In reply to n question as to the reason for his "For eighteen months suf-crc- d bad always been wild and untrnctable, ami in Oliver street." "Stokos had boon subject to violrt nasal putting tho First Minnesota Into that charge Show me to your front room then." hemorrhage. Kxcltement and d ssIMitlou to bo slaughtered, Gen. Hancock replied: "I with Chills and Fever, Tho old w'omun declarod angrllly that she that after repeated warnings bo bad been I applied to n lawyer of considerable note, iinng on nnouirr nitacK uurlng tbe night would havo done It If I had u would do w thing of the kind, and as there oxpellod from collogo as utterly unmanagemorally having Chills every other day. were two gentlemen sleeping thero; but able, after which bo bad mixed with a fast and a personal friend of my own. He had It awakens him, ho gets up mid crovw csTtaln ever' man would have killed. sifter trying various remedies when tho lantern was turned on and sho rec- sporting set in Loudon. He had not boon nt of cou-s- o heard all tho particulars of the Fancourt's bed, leaving stains on tho I They were there because I knew thoy borne for more than two years, during which tragedy, and when I stated my wlshrs ho recommended to cure, used a and slccfwr's arm. In hlsomeron y were lighters.iutI wonted tlve minutes to get ognized tho man of law, she locanio subthoy had beard but little, and nothing looked gr.ivu. he forgets tho table, which ho cotmoquently missive lmraoJiately, nn I lighting a candlo sl$uc Cure, and my lino up, and they gave ma Just that. It bottle of hint "If you tnko my advice," ha said, "you upets It, so breaking the basin, but stumMis was tho liest lighting of the wholo war." obeyed orders. Th3 door she conducted us have never since had a chill. will employ a detectlvo to assist you in find- over a chair, To recover himself ho clutehes Pioneer Pnvi "listener." to was not fastened, tho lock being broken, EDWJX JIAllPEJi:' During tho remainder of that even tit ing this brothor. Those sort of pooplo are nt tho waslistand, nnd ukU It, so brenkiiu but it required a vigorous push to send it Then the Ideu rnrrAnro nr open, a i, there was a chair placod against it night, or rather morning, I did not attempt rather migratory, and you may havo somo tho basin bo wanted to us Platlug Cunts for n I J mb. on me insiuo, wnicn tell noisily to th floor. to rest; It would havo been utterly fruitless. dlftlculty. You may leave ovorythlng here strikes htm of letting tho blood full Into til Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mas. CoL Wright, who hail a regiment at Bull On the opposite sido of the room to the winI paced disorderly aLont my rooms, my to ma There is a private detective in town. street Iwlow, and ho goes to tho window. To Hon Sold by all Druggists. dow was a sort of alcove, formed by tho mind a perfojt chaos. Morning dawned and Ho mod to bo a big man until bo got into irevent erlinps tho blood from running to and got a bullet Into hi leg there, went St. Luke's hoplUI vernl meks ago to rather a nasty s Tape, and ho' 11 be glad of lown and staining tho walls, ha loans fat-omo sitting nt my roof sloping downward, and each corner on found table, In his excitement and wcakuuis, too have something dono for the old wound, that sldo being cut oil by tho walL In this my face buried in my hands. How tho job. Yes, Macliam's your man. I'll which hail at last hocotno disabling. He wnj long I had remained in that attitude just give you n note of Introduction to far for the sill is low, slant In?, nnd were two truckle bods arrangod in such a one hand rests on a splot h of b!ol advised that he must rbooHo bet won amputaa manner that the occupant of the inner boil I know not, but when I rose I fe'.t sick anl him." I was fortunate enough to And Mr. it slis, he is overbalflii-od- , he falls to the tion and a strong probability of losing the weak, nnd my limbs trembled under ina. would be obliged, in getting up and retirumu more siowiy aim painiuuy, There wa ing, to cross the outer bed. From the inner My steps were directed toward tho remote Macham nt home, nnd was glad to find that lavement below, and is killed." Just enough doubt in ths case to make it a In lltne. Kidney tllfcasrs tuny be presented . suburb in which Mrs. Fancourt resided. there was nothing to prevent his accompany-in- ; boil to tho window-sil- l thero wns ono unh.; me. Tho result was that I hurried up Usually 1 walked tbe distance with feet broken .though irregular stream of blood; tbe jury found the pi I toner not guilty proper ore f.rtb p.it:.-- .t t) ui purtitiiirf, iliivwiuj, uml nil iuralui blood on the tumbloi furniture, splashed on swiftened by love and sweet anticipations to tho city that night, at tbe rate of Uftv without lea ing the box. Having rewarded self, and be said that bo would come to s tho blood w lib Ayer's Sarsaparllla. When, the wasbstnnd, mingled with and slowly in less than tbo balf-houbut this morning, miles an hour. During tho greater part of Jacbam, and discharged my obligations to conclusion within three day. He ilLsUked tc through debility, the action of the kidneys part with his leg, and yet bo wished to grt ' spreading its crimson hue over the split bowed down as I was with the dread tidings tho journey I found it impossible to sloop, Miiuuei mokos, townom aIo Fancourt diIs perverted, theso organs rob tho blood of water, lying here and thero in great dark it was my duty to bear, a full hour had but tho detectlvo was good onough to divert rected that tho money taken from his late rid of the wound. At tho last hour of th Its needed constituent, nlbutnen, which U tbe current of my thoughts by relating partner should bo handed, wo drove to tbo third day, he was agniust amputation; but pools, and oven in oco place sprinkled on passed before I stood opposite Mrs. just then a fellow veteran called o i him and passed off In tho urine, while worn out pretty but unpretentious cottage, bomo of his own extraordinary experiences. on the walls. cottaga matter, which they shouU carry off from We looked at each other with palo face, with its creepor-grow- n Tho rouulcn was a most affecting one, strenuously urged him to submit to the veranda, and sur Ho was a big burly fellow with a tolerable share of goal looks, and although, as I had and Constat! o nnd I, leaving mother and surgery. g and then tha policeman said sternly: rounding little garden of choice and the blood, Ii nllowed to remain, lly the "Toll you what I'll do," said tho colonel, learned from the lawyer, be did not boar an son together, stole awey Into tha garden. flowers. "There's been foul work bore." use of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys As I gazod upon it I felt that I carried altogether spotless repuU.tlon I certainly "Darling," I whisper I, holding bor tight "I'll play you threo gntmu of euchre. If 1 nro restored to proper action, nnd AlbuI shuddered and lookod rowanl tho beds. with mo a deadly, desolating bllcht Sud- - found him a vory agreeable travollng '.a my arms, "no fearful shadow must ever win two, tho leg U mino, and 111 keep it on-b1119 inner one was empty, but it had reif I lose, then tho leg U yours, and I'll minuria, or cently beon occupied, for tho clothes wore dsnly tun.lng, I hurried, almost fled, from companion. Tho circumstances of nearly threaten our happiness again. You w ill 1m his let it le cut off without ado." stories turning on tho mine, very, very soon, won't you!" tbe spot Could nothing bo done to snare all thrown back and tho wet blood-stain- s befallibility of circumstantial Tho leg was accordingly laid on the table, evidence gan there. In the other bed lay a man, ma) I cried in my anguish. Could I not What Constance replied as sbo nestlol silent, trusting that in their quiet re- forced up mo tho conclusion that he was clcwo to mo I nm not going to reveal, for al- while its owner played tho best euchre hi who, to judge by bis heavy breathing, was endoavoring to keep mo from though It more than requited mo for nearly knew to save it, and the friend ns cnrefull tired life tho terrible news would not reach in a deep sleep. His face was turned in tois presented. Ayer's Sarsaparllls nlo three weeks of intense misery, it could bo of handled tho cards to srln tho curious stako. ward the pillow so that wo could not soo it. them! A very little reflection convinced utterly despairing. Wo had beon in town fourteen days, and Each got a game, and then tho third Ixvanx prevents Inflammation of tho kidneys, and no possible Interest to any but tha,o con but upon tho hand and arm which hung mo that this was impossible. There was but over tho bide of the bod the light revealed a ono courso for mo to pursue, and tbnt was the last day arrived that I could remain for cerned. Adapted from 0. Haddon Cham oxcitlng. Point by jiolnt It proceeded, until other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jai. tho colonel bad four and bis opponent three. stream of I leg I, which bad been dripping plainly tho coursa cf duty to break tho tho trial was to tiko pla-- o on tha next day. bers in Belgra via Copyrighted. W. Weld, Forest Hill it., Jamalca'Ialn, Then tho colonel took up n trump, got eutruth to thorn as gently as I could before it I had given up all bono of finding Stokes; into a little oiind pool upon thf floor. Mass., writes: "I havo had a complicabut Macham, who had gono out earlier than The I'ay oTn Modern NovolNt. chred, and next day allowed tho surgeons tc reached them in a ruder form. "Now then get up," said tl e policeman, tion of diseases, but my greatest troublo I heard n llvoly discussion on this subject cut oil tbo stake. Chicago Journal. Slowly retracing my steps, I again stool usual that morning, bail said that ho was seizing f bo slumberer, or pretended has been with my Ulduers. Four bottles boforo tbo cottago, and again I paused be- hot on tho man's track, and would possibly in n bookstore the other day, betweo.i n by the shoulder and shaking him vioof Ayer's Sarsaparllla mado me feel Hko o salesman, n author and an ed. riiyslcUni anil DrucRUtt Siully Wanted. fore entering. Had my resolution failed n be ablo to put bis hand on him that day. lently. "This gammon won't go down socond timo it would have ben useless: tbe He returned about 4 in tha afternoon, and Itor. Tho salesman argued that after Tho with mo." German upors call attention to n fact n new person; ns well nud strong as vigilant oyes of lovo bad espied mo through his unusuul appearance at that hour told sw Century, with its million or so of readers, which might prove of Interest alo to Ameriever." W. M. McDonald, 10 Summer st., Tho man started, an 1 half roo on his bad publlsho 1 a novel by Howolls or Jumps, can readers. Physicians nnd druggists, they Boioii,Mns.,bad been troubled for j ears tha window, tbo ball door opened, and my immediately that he had somo news. arm, and ns the full light of tho "bull's-oyo"You havo found html" I cried, springing there was n very small audience for it whou say, ore badly wanted in the Earn darling, gracefully attired in a fell upon bis face I had a good opportunity with Kldnuy Complaint. By tho uso of Indies, as It appeared ns a book, and that it was for their numlier thero is white dress, with a bunch of fie.bly uath- - up hastily. us sirange aua uncomv.iuimuSii, "I have," ho answored, "and I should be that reason that the bound volumes of How-ell- s tho sick aro matiy. Aexceedingly scarce, and Ayrr's Pursaparllla, ha not only mon beauty startled me; it was tho typo of (.rod moss raw nt her bosom, and looking physician recvivm (3 und James had sales to much smaller for nn ordinary visit and In her fair, pura beauty, oh! so lit a spirit ashamed for any ono in tho profossion to beauty of the Greek we s:o only In chiselled and more for tho timo it has taken ma But this than tho reputatiou of tho authors would n consultation. marble. Iterorfor tbe lirst and only timo to reign in tho sweet poncof ulnes of that know Dcutists charge f 15 to $J5 in my life, I saw it in Hviug lleJi. Glossy ibode, came eagerly down tbo garden path Stokes seoms to ba a very shifty follow, and lead ono ta suspect "Crawford's stories," for filling a single tooth with common xuto. tho dlenso from Assuming a fatal form, n regular bird of pusaga" ho urged, "soil their M.iKX) that Is, Mr. Pharmacists w ho speak tho F.nglLsh brown hair curled naturally overbroad, to ino-- t mo. but was rcstorcd.to perfect health. John language "And you bavo bi ought him with your Isaucs' sold that matiy, and 'Dr. Claudius' roccivo from 75 to fJOO as clerks, and If ablo Wo wnlked Into tho homo with arms ensolid brows; thick, clearly marked eyeMcl.elliin, cor. Bridge nnd Third sis., "I have; nnd a nico Job I bad of it Ho sold 0,000. 'I bey were only published In to epen up n business twined, sho bright and merry, I trying desbrows surmounted eyes large, groy, and of their own can surely Lowell, Mass., writes : "For several yean wouldn't budge an inch until I told htm book form. 'The Koiiun Singer' sold infin- count perately to omulato her mood. daring, and fringed with long, silky lashes; I suffered from Dynpepda nnd Kidney (hero was a heap of money In It, nnd gnvo itely less becnuso It ran as a sirlal In Tho shCTt iiK)n making a small fortuno In a With her hands in mino sho was looking Tbe face oxercised a species of fascination time, ns in tbo ulbvuco of coiuiietltlon Complaint, tho latter being so severe at upon ijic, not so much on account of its up smilingly nt me, and, with what wns Lima sovereign on a .count. Hois outride Atlantic Hist" thoro Ls really no limit to charges. As the "Xow, lot us seo," nnswered tho author. medical times that I could scarcely attend to my strange beauty, but because it nwakonod in meant for nn answering smile, I was look- now." pLirmaeeutieal of tho "Then bring hlmJn." "Fifty thousand of 'Mr. Isaacs,' which was United and turn out everycolleges sovornl work. Mynppitlto wns poor, und I was ing down Into her eyes. Suddenly her face ino vaguo recollections. States Tho features wore year Samuel Stokes turned out to bo a miserable-ii tl book, brought Mr. Crawford $M). A hundred physicians much fin icluted ; but by udug familiar to mo; but in tho excitement of tho changed and grew troubled. und pharmacists not exlooking creature, with a mean, cunnin; nugnzl'io would havo given him 1,000 for actly wanted, it may not bo umLss "What is tho matter, ltalph!" she asked moment 1 was unable to connect them in my to repromemory. The dangerous, daro-devanxiously, gazin; upon mo with awakening expression, and very slmbbily dressed He it, bein a first story, uud ho would havo duce this statement, w blch Ls woll authentiexpres-sioappeared to bo very suspicious, and he hud the Lenotlt of the salo lu book form cated. Chicago and tbe reckless, wayward mouth were terror. Tribune. strangers to me. I led her to tho sofa and sat bosldo her, lookod from Macham ta mo with evident afterwards, wbatevor that might bavo distrust. I was nervous at beginning tho amounted to. In Mr. Crawford's enso it "What the devil are you peoplo doing holding her hands in initio; 'they were as 3Ilss Iluyurtl uud the Gypsy. wns, perhaps, as well that his story cold as marble. As soon ns I could And Inquiries. hero," asked tbe man, angrily; then, reMLss Kathnrlno Dnyard, whoso death "Mr. Stokos, will yon kindly tnko a seat," as It dliL With Howolli and Jam s plunged ceiving nd immediate aiuuer, bo soiled tbe volco I told her all. Sho did not cry out, social Washington lu idoom. had but sat cold, white, and immovable as a I said; and my visitor took a chair near tbo tbo case is difforont They are said to get studied, among other things, the Romany policeman's brawny wrist, and with no eirort turnod It round so that tho statue, staring into vacancy. I allowed bor door, while Macham, who stood leaning e.",000 each for the right of serial publica- Language and made tho acquaintance of many my nppctlto und digestion Improved, nud to rcinitn so for somo minutes, until I could against the wall, lighted a cigar, and looked tion In Tbe Century. Their books retail for gyihies, with whom sho was great light shono upon tho group arouud him. my health has been perfectly restored." a favorite. on. 31.50, nnd thoy sell certainly not less than sndure bor awful silenco no longer. "Old Mother McPherson in bur nightMooting ono of her gyjisy friends on tho Sold by all Druggists. Suddenly it stru 'k mo that in all prob10.0J0 oacb, which adils i,rA 1 whispered. to thoir re- street in Baltimore, Miss "Constance!" gown, a youthful and well dressed Bayard said to bor, Sho started as if uwakenlnc from somo ability ho did not know of bis brother's ceipts. Tbe K'.lMO Ls in tbo form of 'cash in Romany: "Woll, nnd a giant representative of tho genus Price 91 . Six bottles, $G. Mary, what havo you down,' without waiting for a horrid dream. Sho looked down into my death, so I askod: 'Hobby.' I say, Mil, we're holding n Prepared by Dr. J. C. A.ur & Co., Lowell. "When did you last hoar from your statement, nnd thero is a vory pleasant jin- been doing since I lust sawyoui" nnd Mary by Jove!" ho continued, turning to uplifted fnco dazedly, and passed bor band brother responded, with crfoct coolness: "Stealing, Mass., U. S. A. gle nbont .'.,000 down." The Critic. William!" caressingly over my hair. At last she tho empty bed. "Hello! he's gono-- not miss." Tbo Argonaut. ac"I haven't hoard from him slneo I saw spoke. customed to sociuty, I suppose. If some of him last, which is over six months ago. But A Genteelly I'oor Woman's Urrjuost. "Don't grlevo, Ralph; ho is not eulltv." you peoplo don't speak soon, I'll think I'm A Menagerie In a Pantomime. Mrs. Senator Stanford recently received a "Do you think not, dear!" I said, utterly Iwforo I nnswer any more nuoitioni vou in for u I ad attack, and look out for snakes Over 1,000 persons, unlmnLs and birds, Inmust tell ma what you're after, and how letter from a woman saying that ns Mrs. unablo to emulate her confidence, realizing and blue fire." cluding hoinos, elephants, camels, kungoroos much It's PROM "Young man," said tho policeman, "you as I did fully her brothor's terrible position. anything worth to me. I, ain't going to say Stanford was now In mourning sbo could and ostriches, appear ulghtly In tho elnlwr-tngalnst Dill, though, for any ona" not mnko a better uso of her Sho rose from tho sof x proudly, aro my prisoner, and I warn you that g N. & CO.. "Mr. Stokes," I said, "it is evident you and gowns of a similar description than by fl.l.l pantomime of .."Aladdin and tho Fortv . "Were ho guilty I should leave hero with . J CI tt you say may bo used in ovidenco I.I ounjjer mamma this very day ; I should take her to don't know what has befallen your brother." sending then to tbo wrltor. "I belong," sho i iiiu ves iuHerald. s uiipuuueaire, JjOndOll. BONANZA MILLS, - - . MCUMOND, KY. ngninstyou.'' Chicago "No; Th8T hire a nrnr PuLnt Prnrm Mill ar.l .,..k. "What do you raeanP demanded the the remotest corner of tho earth, and spend troublo I'vo beard nothing. Has ho got Into continued, to that genteelly poor class who again! I don't wonder nt it those are comjxrtled to presont an nppenranco out my life in shielding her from tho socret Flour, whlcn thjr vllst tottoui prices. young man, half leaving the bod, and "Vulgarity In Its Propur .Sense." If. SlltrheH travels for them In this of all proportion to their limited incomes. to accept tho situation sariously for As he is Innocent I urn now going to tell liard times, when money's no scarca" James Anthony Froude, in Ids latest book, section snils-oube ulaJ to strre bU old rrleoili "Your brother's troubles aro ovor," I said By complying evou partially with my reher all." And tho heroic girl, walking llrm the first time. (lllMui) "Oceana," says of American life: "Nowhere lid msnjr new unci. gravely; "I am sorry to liavo to tall you quest you will obi Iga" Chicago Tribune. and erect, loft tho room. "What play actors you fc'Iows are!" reIn America have I mtt with vulgarity In its I walked drearily back to town, knowing that he Is dead." joined tho jwliceman. "You aro dutaluod proper sense." The man seamed gonuinely overcomo, nnd Meatiest Iiisurml Mun In .iincrlm. that my fate was sealed. Constance could on suspicion of having murdered your mate. Mr. Hamilton Disston, of Philadelphia, Is never bo mine if her brother wus found I was obllgod to givo him soma llttlo timo Hill as you call him by throwing him Tho average American eats eight guilty. Sho had not said so in plain words, to master bis emotion. said to bo the most heavily Insured man lu much sugar as tho nverago Russian, times as HiCHESrER'S LHsawlSH." through tho window." who preJ be Original mid Only i. "Poor BIUI" be said at iwt "Wo weren't America, huvJng pollelos aggregating $473,-Winline. I was watching tho man narrowly, and but sho had conveyed it to me nono the loss fers lemon Juico to milk and sugar in his too, n.1 IMLiii. Ii...reer wurlM,... Imlutloni. on hlj life. .. ,. i ai,i Ma i LADIES. the shock this direct accusation appeared to clearly. That Claude Fancourt would In always very friondly, but now he's gono I A.U Irur4lt Ut. 'ltehrler'l.ilirllh"ill Uk. iigiitliri.tr IiiTiom givo him was so perfectly natural that I i i a i.K C.iTAKUIJ iw 'iiiin.ita ti r..r .mlculir. in l.ri.r h, et truth lrVIE PAPER. OWPInw leak st thounloon jo'ir llil rmI If roillf k cm gather no "I own the ooft impoachnieiit IShrrt-ilscould not altogether beiiove it to bo acting. 'fclhtr l.rl tu reJ l Stilton' Catarrh Ituueil-- , Price SOo. US I rl Mm.1I.uii siiuur, I'MUJu., I'a, yiuaiv In trrrttr, send ut our "O lo Tinker. I noyer knew a man who could change color ...n St... l twl Ittjviiir frit. Fni ido 1J X. L. Bourna. SHttMfi Interior Sonrnal nt son-tenc- SUGAR W s g CATHARTIC l COATED k f CURE hlgh-prlcc- d s nt nt half-eroa- r) fellow-creatut- f ct e, rt purso-boare- r, Pan-cour- t's Ayer's Pills, AYER'S Ague Cure I llc-inltteut Oil-bon- 's U-o- s satis-factor- y ofjycr's I Be Warned - . r, Fan-court- 's sweet-smollin- ln Bright's Disease y 1 slum-bore- r, wido-awak- " looso-flttin- g S7.-7- Prevented il n AYER'S arsapariila nt sti-mi- sjtni-nnnu- Buy Your Flour W. POTTS bnll-dre.- o any-thin- drat-cla- 'fJ. 1. ..f Ja. ' n. ",?, ... Wr's fintir.Kl'eiinrirul 111!.. . '", " -- " rTrir-rt- i.wai MiiiiiiiiiiiiiasaiwaaBJi Stmt-3ScckIiiiUcn- oi hvn IN AND ADOUT JERUSALEM. WEATHER WISDOM. NOTES FROM HOWADJI COX. THE POISED SPIRIT. nappy Is bo whoso modest means nilbrd Enough no more; upon his bonrd l o shines with lustre Th' nmx-str.isalt-vns- THE TUCV"J0I1N JASPER. A VISIT TO THE COLORED LITEF ALIST OF RICHMOND, VA. Jiimlrooii TIui Clint with mi Intelligent Itov. Appearance Ttm (Ionium nml lu KflVct on the Con. mvpitlOn Visitors lU'litikcrt. I innilo mi extra exertion to )ojt the last Hominy, In rising nt 8 o'clock himI tmiuirfng nearly two miles tothcvluirrli of ttlio lins iv tmtJotinl reputaltev. Jolm tion nan llt'inlit In blbllcnl cxiytwlH. llli jilnoe of wnnJitn k n lnrge, solidly built, mi 1 hoiiwnlmt nttmrtivo brick In lli very tvnb r of "Africa" Uh' extreme northern urolotic-tlonofl- ti luiHitwl. It will 1k)M nearly floo, nml m veil filled. Alxmt (l do n whlto jiersona UHi uitlf wore jinwiit, nml tho unbent outHluetwl tliem with great jKillton-to n (out lu tho "nnieii corner;'' Imt ns I wwiit with tlw I felt inmilroon waiter of our boardlug-bonee- , nMrt of obllgnttnn to nervpt n KHt In liin JiMephut, whore he Motes that 1,(XJ0 jieopls r " T . .' i ww. Anl, ly tlie wiy, tliUiiunliMiigriiUo-nui- n .nlittl.it 1 J (wlio forbid nw to jMblbii liU noine) lttus.oiHJ iimrveN wliew they cnuMImo linsnn InMkft tlmt U not to I z.vm nt. itowed theinxelves. Tlie pruxont wnlls follow Ho telU JiH- - lie l n weonil couein of Ketintor the lines of thowe then dtMtntyed and yet tho Mnxon, of tlio Ton federate UrUtW. euiUussy, 15,000 InhiiblUints now living heviii to till ull It U true tlmt little the indu-e- d und he certainly Irxikii It. 'nce. jround U occnplel by gnrdem, nnd there Is HAH i'II.W(IKI) HIN HIM) HH It TIMKM. He h now nun h U'lter edili-nUthan tho not in tlio city unnveiiuako widens I'lno nvernge lni nuui, Init t.tlll Utlki lniitnllou UreeU No sidewnlks, no hewers, no public Hiiro, tliotntli Ik cnu wrlto beautiful Knglbtli. tqtinren exiot. You must wnllc in the middle nmong And liere I diMtiNcr one miMiunliy tho jf the duty lanes, lighting your wny in meU, dmikry nnd dogs, l'or, nn In colored 4i4i nnku Mich Mow nml lu fnet nil TurkUh cities, language M iHlim ; liU ntwocintioiM nre nil the Old Jerusalem up thno pulling lilm hark, while the white los nre tlie children h(ir fnlrly good KitgliiJi hnlf the a the time of David un otiilt on tlie minrnit Ktcuk KngllMi, but I tiercel vo tml siln of Mount f.Uci. Holoiuou erected time. He It U nn effort, iw if It went n foreign tongue. Jie teinieon Mount Moriali and around it Ho iuiy 1k 1km ehnnged liU ininil four times jrudimlly built nnotti'ir town. In timo tho filled, nUmt "tlo.1, the wnr, mid the nlggf!." At JeeliWly between tin two hills wns David M) to tlmt now the rornl fn.m the tower of V.o took the notion of tho old folk, that lint kept down, and :ho temple grounds I level, nigger were inndo to l Tlio periphery of the walls exclude many i' white follH to Umh; next he thought the time had roiue to get up, iunl the w hlto jKiInts of Intareot still kenUtl, ns tlie gnrden folk togt dowu,nud thuti he coiK'ludtil tlmt jf Getluiemaue, occupll ns n inouiuitvry. all tlie old Ilililo notions about nlggrni m Die ground nro covenl with ollvo trees, foolUliiiew: Uutt every rneo would Imvu itx 3iie of which Umlil to l coevnl with tho (iVtliM'iiinno U ierhnM JiO j'nnli timo to rule, jmt ru ever)' dog bus It dny. 'nicllUlon, He liki-- tliH nitric nt JnjT'H though, mid (rem theeiut wall, nud immeiliately below in gous to i linn h ' jitt like white loymlo fui the vnlley of the Klron U the tomb of The top of Mount Olive, which ttyle." Hut thii U n illgrvi.un let us return is n inllo from the city to our Jnj'r. Ho U it vmernble-looklntlirvounrter nalk The name Is well applied, for olho inlscegene, with n gol forehendnnd plpasant trees nUnind on Its sides, nnd the Jerusalem nillrw nenrlyTU jiwihoM. Hi text wn: Jllve Ii celebniteil throughout Hyrin for Its t "Tlie of the south shnll ri up in Judg- lite nml succulent llavor, Oa the kite of temple, Ouuir, who ixniueni the city ment iigHiiK thU geuenitinu nud coudfiun it, for h eniii from tho uttenmnt Kirt of tho hi its seventeenth ctntury, has eivcteil a earth to HIoiiioii, nnd n greater thnn Solo- tnoMpio or TurkUh church. This building is mon is Imt.m On thl ho preaehed n gooil tho oldiwt existing exnmjile of Arable, or ulint wns kuleiiieiitly tenned Saracenic wmion I Imve hennl much wort from whito pulpltx. Hut townrd tho liut iivhltvture. Itmunthavo leen the mcalel ho lieenme exrltol, nnd thn nil tli" African for tho Christian cdltlco on Mount Calvary; in him enine to the Ktirfnoe, Hwnying tremu-loul- y snd, iu fnct, nil tho churches ami synngogues nml forth, or lenuing for uer tho in tho city pnrtnko of the light material, tho jmlpit, nml wnvliig hit long nnn, he hnlf Intricate web of the windows, with their mulKing, Iwlf touteil in mutienl tuoiiotone, n titude of kiunll orifices, and the gaudy colors The tni-icn- l Hint chnrncteriai the OriontnK With in their gorgwrn ilewriptiou of liiutpry wm womlerful; lilnlng hnmU, building nnd etictumes. Jeruvilm Cor, Ban crytnl streninn, nnd evergreen hon.ii; golden Francisco Chronicle. crowiw, Immortal Imrjw, Trick of Slrriilnsj-Cn- r Conductor. lloTr; the run tlmt never Mts, the mini A fnvorite scheme with tho conductors Is that never fade, nnd the love that never aiigeN for the occnkiounlly to turn in n fare or two iu excess grown colli; the bright-robeoul, nml tho tn-- with iU twelve mnn-ih- t of the nuiinVr renlly collected, for tho of fniito thnt nre for U10 healing of the pune of creating nn impression uon tho comjviny that the setter's retuni I untrtLst-worth- y nation . nt nil times. Xow nml then tho train THK CUNOKWIATIO.V HW'AYKII IX OXISON. Ami n liekwnyed nml chnnteil, houtil or finplojes lutpect nn entirely iuiUHViit enon, or exhnrtxl, nenrly the whole congregation nml it it numbing to behold tho puzzled mien twnytil In UiiIm)h with him, while from nil of such a iavtcngrr when he encounters tho of trnnge looks lKtonl ujxm him by conjmrtft of tli" Ihmi nime fervent rwiMHi "Ah, the Inl:" "Oh, my koul!" ,Jiiw, ductor nud porter. The mutual interest b'ar us lKHuel" Mime women ocrmiounlly existing U'tweeu these functionaries tend to brenking Into n long cry, hnlf Himin, luilf overcome race prejudice, nnd coiiMipiently they nre Imth en tho nlert to get on how itrong the tropinnll. And then I cal nnturo 4ill in in th(o exotkv, nnd wai in tho trnok of their sworn enemies. Ono fnncy Urm bnek two centurim to the timo way, practiced with n lew of extending n vret wnniing to colleagues on tlio different Alien tie1 rude nnrifctor of thexo th' bbudug uu of Aftien, uiuler the line, is to cut n notch in the livel of a sup-ki- 1 Hjiotter't. s1kh whUo tho )Kirter twt4'ii-ilil- y nlm inwi or on tlie hot mind, wing nnd subjects them to a flntH'lass thine. wreouiod nnd danced in pminj of JluiuU) Identification is by this nnd other devices Jlliulxi. All nt (Mice 1 nolln'1 thnt I too wiw Kwny-In- g mnde ipilto eny, nud the further use of tho Kick nnd forth in uucoiiHcioua Kympnthy ihown upiletectivo i hetiously inijxilred. with tlH nuiMs, nnd wn not t.urpried to ne Sew York Henild. my ptKitivUt iiuulroon nelghltor at the same Hie rntth I'lueeit In Ciirn-All- s. mdilenly The pniiclier jrforiiMiice. It h funny to m the faith which onio jo-l- e bin voice, n nevert'ly Jinll-cldropl place in certain remedies, and the tone, nnd gnve the vWitoni n blivst for flvo with w hlch folks cling to u cure thnt or ten niimiteii. Ho deelnrtd with rather In their favor once. cmbnrneeiiig ciiiluutln thnt "they U miiiio ms opi'ratwl fcuwi-cfulhad reason to note this particularly during folk lieah Hint U not henh fo' tho lovo of Ooil; butjrtkttocntch up Mimvthlu1 to carry Jie Italian ojera mmlsoii here. More than n nwny nnd laugh nt. I know tlioy'n henh for half dozen of the singers came Into the ktore nothin'clxn, but you can t ltdmvnthnt that week with prescriptions tlmt hail lieon CioI'm work tdinll Umd. Nothln' ngin It con written in France year ngo, nud thnt iu come to 11 head; everything iu thU book nomenclature nnd weights differed f rem the means just whnt it unyit; nothing is too no prescriptions written In this country. Tho comjilicnted for (lol. You thnt'a henh to metric system of weights nnd measures oblnugh mny talk nlxnit your nclcntv, but I'll tained lu nil of them. Some of the prescriiv give you tho otraight wonl of (lod, nnd my lion were for the liver, others for tho voice nkirta will lw clnr, then If you rcfuxo it and ud tlie throat, nud others for colds, Tho nhmul III tho swners told me they found ltdifllcult to have net tho love of God heart you'll go down to hell!" And w Ith this liavo it compounded, owing to their foreign ttyle, nnd 1 had to put up a Inrgo quantity ko cheerful luwutance he clcwtl. Tlio congregation wns of more Interest thnn that the' might not run short while on tho road. J. A. W. Ferrow In il tho neriiion. Ono rnrely nee inoro In a rural church. There were Mlnlstrr Cox's lloiulmrdliient urCttiupltell. block cloth ront, wliito vesta and necktie iu MlnHer 8. H. Cox continues to boinliard profuxlon, along with elegnnt nnd tasteful drtwecn. ot n ragged or unkempt cron iu rimothy J. Camliell with Constantinoplo pa"I wonder the house. The music wns excellent, and the pers. Congressman if ho thinks I am n Turk," Campliell recently. "The hail money aid collection ihow-othnt the nther day I recelveil a TurkUh imper. I iu Chicago Times. to ijionv Ilu-ke," thought it was an attack on me. 1 took tho paper to the TurkUh legation and had it transTo Flcht the Testerti lllluard. lated. It proved to lie an nrticlo written by Somo young and enterprising ilry goodi i TurkUh reporter, saying that the Irish In men of Now York havo jiooled their financial the United States were raising a sulmcriptlon issuen, and have Invented their savings in a for a monument to Christopher Columbus for fcteam snow-- f hovel comixuiy, wboio object is ilico erlng America. Cox must think this to light the wet.tern blizzard or nny other very funny, to keep on sending me those kind of a storm which covers nUlror- -l tracks meerdooklng iicwtiaicr ehronios." with snow. The machine for railroad buslAn Oil of Curious l'rapertlrs. ines cohtM f l.r,000 and weighs forty tons. It A French journal calls attention to the rich rest on a heavy truck ami Is propelled by locomotivex. A ten-fewjuare Iron cao, oil contained in the grains of the tong-yeowitii oKn mouth, projects from the front end; a tree which grown lu China. This oil is iu tills nre hct four stcel knlven, which cut the snfiily extracted by pressure, ha a density of hardest snow to pieces, and at tlio Mime time 9.0303, and possesses a variety of curious throw it liack into shovels which, by their, properties. It dries more rapidly than nny Dtlier known oil. It has nlt tlie power of rotary movement, hurl it 200 feet away. iolidifying under the action of light and out Chicago Herald A contact with tho nlr. Chlcngo Herald. Koll for Our National Flower. A "Tiro Kxtiiiguliihor" Solution. A man by the namo of Clark, on Cnpitol A solution recommended for extinguishing has gono to a good deal of hill, Washington, trouble for a little notoriety, and dewrvea all incipient fires consists of crude calcium he am get. It occurred to him thnt it would 'hlorldo twenty jwirts, halt flvo irts, In fceventy.flvo fwirts of water. To be bo a good Idea to mix tlie soil of all tho ttatca nnd territories in tho Capitol Mirk, and about kept nt hand and applied with a hand pump. Scientific American. n year ago he wrote to itostuuutcni and other ofllcJals from Mnino to Arizona, In reply ho I.lk a Cave of White atarble. received n packago of earth, until his collecof Mrs. Sownrd Tho bath-rooWashington's bouse Is like a cave of white marble. Webb's tion was completed Then, on Walls, birthday, ho mixed the earth up in it box and filing, and bath nre nil of marble, and the dumped it in n comer, where, wnitiment de- jnly variation Is in tho silver fixtures. Inter crees, our national flower, if wo ever have Ocean. any, ought to bo own. Washington Letter. Heartily Indorsed the Sentiment, Doings of no i:thetlct Horse. Flipkins was passing along the street and An esthetic Worcester horns win tear nny taw a trunk outsldo tho door of e. dealer, bearcheap blanket that Jnny be Uirpfrnlover it ing the legend, "This size for 410." "So do into fcbredii, but Meiiii' immensely' pleased I," sold Flipkins, when covered witli ono that is contlyand beutlful. It is with show of glecfulncea thataYeJ Mpersays: "Harvard's boat club is $ 1,700 la The Cost of Making Kepalrs. lebt; Yale's, tlfiOtV The renowal of of the Iron track more than of American railroads which are 0 ten years old will require something like "Neither a borrower nor a lender be." tons of rail per year. v ' ' RjI-bath !nicr'a lcronrtl .Iir, mi ricturoMiui'iirM of tlio ltolj City-St- reet Scones Slto of tlio Temple. Nearly every ono makes tho jourm y from TnlTa on honobnek, though n fow iiho tho vehicles without springs, .of tho mo tyio that Asiyriani cmployel thirty xmturlei ngo. Tho city Is enteral by tlio Jaira gntes. Tho wnlls are very well Mng only WH) years old. Xo city of .ho Urkut retains more of the pi tunque-ieof the pnt. DuuMIohs thin is iu port duo il tlie fact that nil the building nre of stones. It Mllg locnled oil tlw restof two mountains Mnrinli nnd J5lon but little tlmlier is found, nml to trniifport it to the city wmild le et!y. The fctnits do not need mwatlainialng; they nro trenelnw in tlie wild rock. Tln hotisns Icing of the same nuiterinl Hiul sulmUi nt tally liallt it Is linpos-llblto destroy the town by lire, nml so tnmily nftcr fnndly, nnd jfeiierntlou nfter ;iueniHon, inhabit iindlsturbeil tlw dwellings it their untora. Tlio hwums iuelude, as part of tlie rxf, n small nml drculiir dwne, irouml wbiah U built n level walk, where irery one loiters during the twilight ami xirly er. vlmt teems strange is the tmnll timcoto Ill rending nhleh tlio city ii confined. Clio pre-wrve- il, H e 1 Uow Our Minister to Stumbotil Is Knjoy HINTS WHICH WILL DE FOUND USEFUL TO A CLOSE OBSERVER. Signs nt Buurlso nml nt Sunset ltnluhows Cloud nml Pllsts nnd Sun-HoStele I'mpliutln AVkjts of tlio Wind Illiil nml Auluinl. The I nn Ills l.envo of Absence. HARPER'S MAGAZINE. 4-- Sic-nlllci- nt ... man who is out of doors nt sunrise can form n pretty ncourate opinion of what the day limy ba If jut before sunrlso the sky especially In tho west ii sulfusod with reil, rain generally follows lu the course of tln dny. In winter often mow. If, however, It bo froity weather, tho downfall Is 11 delayed. the other hand, If tho ky lo n ilull grey, nud thesuniUoi clear, gradually dlsjiorsiiig tlie vnpors, It will bo flno. If he retire behln 1 tho c'ouds, arid there nro loddldi streak nl.out, it will rain. Should tho sun, lftt-- r In tho dny, khmo through a gray watery hate, it will probably lie 11 rainy night. Of ton n ery unrollnble. The MiiHot beautiful suns.'t will lo followed by n bad day. After it rnlny ilay, suddenly nt sunset, in tho fnr wot, will nproirn magnlfl- som'-times 1 nig-gen- Al-ulo- g Bol-jino- pn-et- ui iieier-wltherln- g d y M h jht-tiimci-ty ly Glolie-Deinocra- U got them. 'So, nlong with my servant from Htntnliotil, l'lorro, n Creation of innuy tongues, nnd tho f 'aire canvas of tho United State consulate, on the railroad to Asnount, Tues-Jathij genonilly tor.tell 11 linn day. A tit. ted we 7 a. in.; arrived there "p. in., nnd ntnid lmlo round tlio sunnt setting occur iu torchlight proccsxlon on donkeys led rainy weather. A halo round tho moon, ospoolally If Mime dhtanco from by tho United States agent there nnd it, Is n sure Indication of downfall nt hand tho other envatses, wo went to tho lUlabows nro unrellnblo, except they itenmer, slept on it thnt night, nnd next tiny occur In the morning, when rain may be were Joined by Swedi-- h and German Con-luund folk. Count Fleury nnd wifo nnd nnd friig.r.o.its of Su ex; ectud. prismatic colot durin; tlio day, ihow con- son, nnd other good travelers. At 0 a. in. wo A dazzling itnrtod up the river. What rare leisure and tinued unettld weather. metallic luster on foliago during a cloudless fun nnd oplo nnd things! Tho ltusslnu .on.-i-tl nt Sonii.oz received us and gave us n day In summer, precedes n change. iTcnndo around tlie Arab town amid 5,000 MOXtriL'AM'E or CLOl'OS A.M JIITS. Huge plleJ-umats' s of white cloud In jntives. Lonl, whatn prooIonl Tho Hags a blue sky during winter indlcnto snow or aid lights nnd people nnd dancing girls, hnlL If small, dark clouds float Mow tho and toasts awny up lu Africa I It's ld and Interesting. Xot n hot day yet, Tho upjicr oni-s- , moving faster than they, rain will follow, as it will if, iu tho morning, men shoot herons nnd other birds from our palo brown, smokodiko clouds aro floating leek; we 11 vo well mid tho governors nnd clouds, high up, nt consuls nlong the river do all they can to about. evening, aro followed by wind, occasionally make It n promenade. by rain. "I brought ono of our regulation flags nlong ground, ind It I the cynosure nmong Swedish, GerMitt at evening over or near a rler, precodo line anl warm days. man, Austrian nud Russian colors. Tim If a mitt In tho morning cloars oT as tho native women drop their amphora jare to sun gets higher, It will bo line; but If It pize nt us in rapture, nnd every ragged fellnh settles down ngaln aftor lifting a little, rain itojis pumping nml plowing to see what tbo Is at hand, Xo dew In tlis morning Is tnntter is. I never dreamed this vnlley was mmtly followod by rain; nud 11 heavy dew o rich. In land I know it was, but In labor, In tho evening by n flno day. Ks'.n follows ihecp, buffalo, camel nnd nsses. Wo havo two or three consecutive hoir frost. A not struck out much for tho antiquities yet A show or of hnil lu tho dny timo ii usually reservo thnt for Thebes nnd. above I whh I followed by frost nt night. If, nfter rnln find timo to detrllo it all to you. I'erhniw drop of water still hang on the l.r.imhrl I may mako a book from my Xllo notes when Ik) ru n I get back. Wo nro nearing fighting ground, nnd twigs, nud to window frames, will return, but if they fall, nnd tho woU-worhut we trut that tho Mnhdi's executor Is not dries, tins weather nt baud. The rumor on tho 50 belligerent ns he was. b tones turn damp before wutj at tho route Is tlmt wo aro on tho way to tender tho uuiio lima It must bo observed that tbo fact Insurgents presents nnd ieaco Austria, of their doing to does not Invariably indiXew Sweden, France, Hussiit nml America I cate rain, for they will do so occasionally York World. I eforo heat Smoko descending heavily to the ground A (iron llrrnrh of litlqnette. is n s'gn of very dojbtful weather "Xevor touch n flower with your noso when genObjects nt great dlstancos, which nro you inlialo its jn.rfutne,'' huid n gentlewomen erally indistinctly seen, or even not seen ut Iho other day in my hearing to her little loom out clear and dUtlnct nil, daughter. This lesson in the proprieties is When this happens, bail weather or change ono which nil mothers might well lmprcxs instanco of of'wind ensues. A Among tho ruling children. this Is tho isle of Wight, as seen from South iiKn their classes In China, I am told, it is considered n sea. If tho opposite thoro Is clearly sojn, gross broach of etiquette to bury tho nose in there Is rain nlout. If, at night, nfter of a liouquet. Surely, blown out and oxjKwed to the outer air, tlie bmU nnd blossoms view, any such tbo wick of n cnndle continues to unolder a from nn nthctie jwint of long tim, the next day will bo flue. Green-colore- d praitleu is to lw reproliated. Who has not smllwl nt tho appearance of sky botokens unsettled bad weather, those ardent lovers of the "stars of earth" often long continued. w ho, for example thrust their nasal organs rnoiTirric ways or the wind. perfume-lade- n lilies, and If, on a flno day, the dust suddenly rlsoj deep down ntnid ntho inhalations raise their iu a revolving, spiral column, rain is near. after nwny deseTho howling of tho wind indicates, in face nil golden with the jwllen of tho mo it houfoi, but not Invariably, that down crated broom. To treat in this way flowers fall 1 near In some houses, owing to their that are intended for nnother seem nlmost n construction, tho wind always moans. tacrllege. To say nothing of ihe injury done Wherever the wind Is at tho tlmo of tho to tho jwtals by such an invasion, there is vernal eipilnox (March -- 1, nnd thereabouts) something distasteful to sensitive persons In that will bo tho prevailing wind throughout having their liouqucts brought Into such close contact with tho "huninn face," no matthe next three months. If the stars appear unutu.illy numerous, ter how "divine" it may bo. The enjoyment nnd the ' milky way" very clearly defined, of tho perfume ot llowers Is keener nnd more with tho surrounding sky dark, or if there refined when the fragrance is Inhaled withIk) n misty npiienrnnce over tho stars, rain out touching tho blossom. Courier-Journa- l. is coming, whito If there be but few stars, On the StHRe with the Tontlinche. nud thoio very bright nud sparkling, in a "I rcmemlior once," said the manager, "thnt j4lo ttwly sky, it will bo fine. fiwino, before mln, arj unusually noisy poor John McCullough had a raging toothnnd restless. Swallows In flno weather will ache one night when ho wns playing lly high, and at the approach of rnln close nt McVickert Tho tooth legan to te tho ground; but the latter doei not npply howl while ho was making up for tho part, Durif the dny is cold, in which cmo they hawk and he had no timo to seek a dentist. v ery low. ing tho w hole first net ho wns In ngony, nml I ommon sparrows washing vigorously iu ho ordered Harry Vnnco to send out for a 1 puddle on tho raid, or nt tho edge of rundentist nt any cost. Dentists were hard to ning witter, Is n sure sign of rata A baker, find at such an hour, nnd McCullough's tooth who kept a parrot In tfco dry iitmophcro of played tho 'Star Spangled Manner without noticed that n few hours missing n note. In tho prison scene ho had a tho tefore rain tho bird took an imaginary chance to relievo himself, nnd tho way ho did With, fluttering, as if splashing water, and denounce Appius Claudius was a caution. preening her feathers. Xed Ddller, who played the part, was scared If domestic fowls keep out fooding in rain, to death. After that act the dentist came It will continue; but if they run under Into the dressing-rooand examined tho reshelter directly it comet on, thoro will prob- fractor molar. Like nil of his profession, ably be only a shower, llcforo rain or he wanted to save and fill it, but McCullough thunder, f.ies ore unusually troublosomo In said, 'Out with it? It was a pp.'tty sturdy stinging. Should moles, after dry weather, tooth, and tho tragedian hung to tho stra;s commence throwing up their mounds and of his trunk while tho dentist yanked. It working briskly, rain will follow. Cassell's finally came, and poor McCullough was left Family Magazine, rather wilted. He didn't havo to make up much for grief in tho last act" Chicago In the French Chamber. Amlnrlty Herald. A most au laclousblll has been laid before tho French chambor. A deputy has actually A Ilml Kind of a Memory. Introduced n. measure to disestablish the There will always be, iu this world, tho bar. Tho LIU proposes with a brutal sim- people who remember tho things you try to plicity to rob tno profession of all its rights forget. There will always bo jieoplo whose and monopoly. It Is not a question ot con- memories aro not storehouses, but cesspools, trol or reform, but simply to dip a sponge holding' only tho refuse, tho garbage, the in water and wipe the whole transaction off waste of msn's lives. In God's name, my boy, the surface of the slate. M. Micholln's pro- dont cultivate that kind of a memory. You posal ii that every litigant should conduct will probaXly have your hands and heart full, bis own case, and It he judges It unwise to remembering, or rather, trying to forget do so might trust bis defense or tho conduct your own wickedness, and If you chargo your of his claim to one friend who should mind In addition, with that of other men, represent him. Chicago Tribune. your memory will be a eewer. Mob Hurdette. nnd Now York Compared. llrrlln 1a1 Production In This Country. The city of Herlln, with about the same Xineteen-twentieth- s of the lead produced a-- Xew York, has 800,000 more population country comes from two regions in square yards of streets than the American in this Ono metropolis. It has comprehensive educa- the Mississippi valley.ot Iowa includes one and three of two tional and charitable systems, and main- county of Illinois, circulating libraries. Its Wisconsin, contiguous to ono another, and tains twenty-thre- e ns the other, annual municipal expenditures aro under yields perhaps twtoeasmuch that part of the which Is spread out all over 10,000,000. The annual expenditures of Xew south that York aro nearly KI,000,000 overtlO.000,000 btato of Missouri miningofis tho river of only carried on In required for salaries of ofllceholders name, although being eight or ten counties. San Francisco Chronalone, Chicago Tiraos. self) y, ls cntcr-almnent Ilcd-tlnge- d low-lyin- g k 1 som-tlmcs well-know- n bo-inlong-drawVlr-ginilako-elllcc- Ill n letter to a friend, dated Feb. 19, Minister Cox, who I traveling In Egypt, gives tho following Interesting account of hi exjwrl-nce- s in the land of the Plmrnoh: of "I write thl In n comfortablo tttito-rooimple dmi"!Miou, within n dny or fo of old Ihcbfoi. We uuv Luxor Saturday. I think I Friday, Imt am not ure. Wo will ipond three days around Luxor nnd go up to Having a leovo, tho first cataract, Awounn. I havo filled It with thU trip. I shall bo iwny for n month. I never went further thnn C11110 Ik fore. Put twit n timo mnkoa It tno forgot nil other travel for pleasure. wn horrid wenther when I left Constantinople nml my health wns Ixid. Hero it hi cool (hough the middle of February. and supt-rThere never wn euch nn urrnugement ns wo linvo for comfort no okl, lazy Howndji lnlmliclHh, but n Cook stemmr of liostjKit-tehir-by the Itiissinu consul general nt Cairo for fiHirteeu iinoih, nnd onoh has n rnbln. A Dniminond Wolf sons, nnd wifo Jid not toko their places we (Mrs. C. and myy clenr, V -- ' . Emblem of olden faith nml hoqiltoble cbeor; Xor greed, nor doubt, nor envy's curses deep Our Dtcemlir Xumtar will Win thA K...ni. sitoid volume of IIinrEn's Mjioazine. Mis Disturb his innocent fclecp. ttoolon'snoTel,"astAnfelt," and Mr. How-el- ls Why cast on doubtful issues life's tJiort years! 'Indian Mmni',-holdl- rB tbo foremot Why hojw that foreign mm can dry ur sere Ml numlrtM. anJ will to followed serful tears? . .. br rinm II n 111...!.. . n. Tlie exllo from his country llu, n..rc: ? :,.i."ru,.u, Xot from himself or from his memories. U'l.tlW MIIRMllMl lir Iho r.,.rrr.. til.-,- .. "I tln-li- '.'"" " "'"i" Cnre cIIiiiIm the trireme's brazen sides, Cnre wiUi the serried squadron rides, OutstritMthc Ami leaves the panting sUig lh!ud; liut tho brave spirit, hulfqKissest, Temiwrs misfortune with a jost; With joy the allotted gift receives Tho gift denied, to others fankly leaves. From Horace, by Stephen do Vero. anil .Europe, will be contributed by VV. Ii Howe lis, bejilnulDgwith the January great literary ctent of the j Mr willNumber. be I lis publledtloiiofaserlesofpap shape of a story, anil depleting chararterlitlcfuatures '0r American society aeennt our leadlnir pleasure rnorts wi . ten by Charles IJudley Warner, an Illu.tratrJ by C. S. lleinhart. fhe Mas!ne Aiu'-rlc- a Th- - giTo wpeefalalttntloa toAfusrlcan.ubJe ts.ireat' "IT SEEMS TO READ SO." HARPER'S PERIODICALS, rXS YKAR An Rxniupln of North Carolina Slang-Sen- ator HaiiHom's Story. "It Hoems to read so," bald Senator Hansom, of Xorth Carolina, tho other day, in response to something; probably n cluuho in somo bill that wns shown hum Another senator, standing by, made somo laughing criticism uiiou tho expression, "You don't know Xorth Carolina slang," said Mr, Ilnusom. "An old tavern-keejie- r in ono of our pino wood towns, wns a rough, half pious, wholly honest man, who utterly declined to bet. Mut ono of hi guests, n jirofosslonnl gambler, could not live without somo excitement of tho soil. One day ho insisted ujxm laying a bet that tho name on n sign across the street was fcpellcd without tho r it needed to mako it 0 name! Every ono could set) that tho r wat there, but he would bet; and finally the landlord took him up, nnd of courso tho man lost. Ho stayed on, however, a week or two-bu- t finally packed Ids lmg and called for hit bilL Tho place was too slow for him. Th landlord gnve hlin tho bill, $100. Tho man looked nt it, nnd then said: kDo you ever read Were you piously tho Mible, landlord! Harpei's Weekly ....fl 00 Harper's Msgazlne "".'.'. 1 c0 Harper's Bazaar 4 M Harper's Youn People . ....ii." 2 CO Harper' Fraaklln Square Library, One year (52 Numbers) ,io co Postage Free teal) suUcillert in the United States and Canads. The Volumes of the WurKLr begin with the first Number for January for eaih year. no time Is mentioned, it will be underuood When Ihe subscriber wishes to commerce with that the. Number next after the receipt of order. Bound Volumes of IfARPKa's Weekly, for ,,. . l.v.t. lnrrA Tnara liarlr. tn wot by mall, postage raid, or by express, free el . fnrnvfilfMt n.l i.i.,i.. pirfnu ,hu frttt.!,, .lnA. I. doMar per tolume), for 87 per rolume. men volume, suitable ror blrw- I Inff Will liA l.nt Iit mll. .n.u- 1. ofll each. ltmlttsnces should be made by Money Order or Draft, to a?old chance of lots. "rapers are doi to copy thU adTertlicmtnt without the exprts order of Hii,rr.R A Bnos. Addrees HAIti'KIt A BUOTHERS, New York. wiui-jiu- r r.l.l Post-Ofll- brought "4Ohl yes, I know my cntechism now, nnd I rend the Diblo more or less.' " 'Do you know tho story of Samsonf "Well, I guess. I wns brought up on thnt My mother told It to mo when I wasn't knee upf" -- )i lOUISVIltt.NtwAlBAMTt - CHICAGOJ m w i Through Coaohos high.' and Pullman Slooping Cars. I I was It "'All I What kind of a Frora-- . Uiat Samson killed tho Philistine with! I'll liOiitKville (o Chlcngo, bet you don't know.' " ' Why, it was a jaw-bon-o just a jaw(o Chlcngo, bone, nnd nothing more.1 " 'I thought so. I'll bet you $105 that it (o .' was a new was too much for tho landlord. Ht "It THnOUGH TIME TABLE succumlied again, although he felt ns before Via LeuisTilla: that ho was liettiug ujion a certainty; but, 'if tho man would do it' I 7 "Tho man took n llttlo worn Miblo out ol I.Te. LouisTllle...... a m I 7 iO p m Lafayette. 3 ju p m 6 wnm his bag, turned to tho chapter in Judges, nnd Arr. Chicago......... " 8 20 p ra I 800am o of nn ass, rend that, with 'tho new did Saimson slay tho Philistine.' Via Cincinnati; "Tho landlord turned round, saying: 'Look T7 30 a ni I f6 pm Lt. Cincinnati for It in my mother's good old Mible,' taking " Indianapolis........ 12 13 p ra f 11 20 p m It down ns he stoke. Arr. Chicago 8 20 p m 6 J5 a m. "Tho gambler found it, and held tho text Daily flslly except Bunday. under his eyes. " 'It seemed to rend so,' sold tho landlord in a humbled tone, feeling tho w hole board Be sure yonr ticket reads yla the bill float away from him as ho f poke. "And it has been adopted Xorth Caroline slang ever slnco." Xbw York Independent. (L. N. A. A C. R'y) as it Is the quickest, the best and most direct line to Chicago and points The l'liin Worked WU nt l'irst. In the Northwest. Tickets tla tho Motion Route on sate at all prinThere Is In Sumter county, Georgia, a cer- cipal ticket offices. For rates, maps and full In tain pond or swamp of 100 acres or more. Th formation, address water U very shallow, and grass grows luxWM. S. BALDWIX, O. P. A., Chlcsgo. A. J. O'REILLY, O. ti. A., Loutiillle. uriantly In It, Hero horses nnd cattle lovo tc congregate In great ilunibors. feed and ducks Thoy do not fear tho horses nnd cattle, bul nro very shy when n man Is around. Jltr Murray thought that by hitching his horso t n flat bottomed Iwat ho could drive all ovci the swamp nnd kill no end of ducks. Tho plan worked well at fliit. Tho horw drew tho Ixiat easily, but when at tho right timo Jim said "Whon," and jumped up to lln nt tho ducki, there was n hitch in tho pro gramme. Tho horso btopjied but tho boal didn't. It tpiletly iloated on nnd bangec; Tho hor ngniust tlio hoive's hind legs. jumped, nnd nt that Jim took n header back ward into tho water, his gun going nboul twenty feet beyond him. Just whero tho gut went Is not certain. It has not been sect Bince. Tho horso nnd tho boat kept right oa When tho horso wanted to stop tho boal hit his legs and urged him forward. Whet the wanted to stop tho horw didn't know It. Finally boat and horso got thoroughly tangled up, nnd tho latter went down. Ther Jim's brother Tom, who had leen watchinf Ii nature'sjown remedy, made from roots gathered the show from tho solid land, waded in and from'the forests of Gcorgi. The method by which d from the cut tho horse loose, and at tho same timo Jin It is mad was obtained by a a certain portion of waded out. The boat was not hurt in th Creek,Indlanswhofnhablted Georgia, wbtcb was communicated to one ol the least Chicago Times. early settlers, and.thus the formula has been handWestern Lain! anil Cattle Iuvcstiiicnts. ed down to the present day. The abore cut repIt has always been a curiosity to me until I resents the method of manufacture twenty years came to Xew York this time why English. ago, by Mr. C. T. Swift, one of the present propriFrench, Scotch, and even Uerniau capitalist! etors. The demand hss been gradually iccreulnj would come to this country and invest l.irgelj until a f 100,000 laboratory is now necessary to supIn the cattle business, when Xew York and ply the trade. A foreign demand hss been created other home capitalists could not lie Induced and enlarged facilities will be necessary to meet it. to enter tho field The secret of it I find ic This great the different conditions of society. In tho old country the rich men havo estates in the country which are handled by agents foi them year In and year out, and which, In many Instances, they never see. They gron accustomed to having property that is not jaw-bono . jaw-bone- Cluclunall Iniliiiimpolls Chicago jaw-bon- MONON ROUTE, 5P lat Swift's Specific nalf-bier- Vegetable Blood Purifier right under their nocee. It Is little difference to an Englishman whether he has an estate In Ireland, Canada. Australia, or the United States, so it bringt him In an income. Tho American is different The rich men of tho country have grown up in an atmosphere of stxxks and bonds, the handling of which fa centered in Xew York city. They can not bo easily weaned. I think tho investments of foreigners in tho last ten years In western lands and cattle have made eastern capitalists open their eyes and docldo upon taking it llttlo of this businest question practically settled the drewed-boe- f In tho affirmative, the cattle business of the west fa only In Its Infancy. It B. Harrison In an Interview. themselves. My own opinion Is, Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofnla, Eczema, UN ccrs, Rlienmatisni, Blood Taint, IKreJItary or otherwise, without the use of Mercury or Potash. Books on "Contagious Blood Poison" sod "Blood and Skin Diseases" mailed free. For sale by all druggists. THE BWIFT SPECIFIC CO., X. Y, 1S7 23d;st. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Oa. that with THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y icle, dis-iolv- el The l'roees Serins Simple Knnugti. In the opinion of Tho London Globe, to shake hands properly is by no means so easy ns it seems. "The process looks simple enough, but it Is not so. It Is not every one, to begiu with, who knows when to shake bands. And yet, obviously, that is a very important matter. Xo doubt the difticulty Is often got over In a vory fashion." Exchange. rough-and-read- The unsuccessful incn are for tho most part men who have not learned any business. Ii you find in a shop a mechanic not a man under his who knows how to turn a stop-cocchargo. but a man who know the whole mill you will find a man who, aa a rulo, has never laqkod employment and good wages. Christ-Ia-n k The 3Ieu Who Vo Not Succeed, A Substitute for Suit Urine. Xorweginn fishermen now preserve herring In a weak solution ot boracio acid instead ot salt brine, In tho opinion of some medical authorities fish preserved In this wny are vory injurious to health. low valuation MO,(OD,000 worth of Hock is supported In tho, Montana rouges. Life Is so short that the person who holds a grudgo isn't n good philosopher. Jud Lafa-ga- to be the reason why screw mnnufacturen continue to use iron, although iron win rods are considerably dearer than steel wire rods. A North Carolina editor puts on his free list every woman in the stato who becomes the mother of twin boys. at Work Why Iron Strews Are Preferred. It Is etateil that steel screws show a to tarnish at once, and this Is alleged ton-den- Several Storlrrf About Hard Cider. The big apple crop and consequent overflow of elder ennbles the Willington fannors tc pass nn unusually gleeful winter, and a correspondent relates thoso cider anecdotes: Uncle Enos, after a round of colls on a recent frosty day, brought up at night at tho house of a relative, and asked In on unsteady voice for a glass of elder to help him up the hilh "Xo, Uncle Enos," Bald the woman of thohouso, but nny. "you havo had cider enough thing that I havo that you would liko to eat BTANlrOBiviKY. you are woleom to." "Well, EHm," said the (IT 1.1 tin,!; VI VI ..a.. ...' nw UiU I1UU1, ' A IVIlUfT JfVU nuu u fiy WW. fr word, and I'll toko a bowl of bread and Another old farmer took to Visiting elder. the cellar so often that a domestic, wrapped herself In a shoet and stationed herself near in the cellar. Ii published . every Tuesday and Friday at th . tie long row of low price of The old man, with elder mug and tallow dip to-da- Interior Journal W. P. WALTON, l.. .. Pro'rt cider-barre- ls It Is estimated that at a one-fourt- h In hand, started at first sight of the ghostly visitor, but, gathering himself together, he ejaculated, Incoherently; "I ain't afraid on ye. Ye cant hurt me I've got a eon In tlw legislature r Springfield Republican. TWO DOLLARS PR YEAR. 015,-00- SuakeBneaVtr ' n. , "And out of mind ai Boon' as out' of -;.rxvVKBl Ilgut, . "He will J 'EWe ' tho devil hts due." ' . OF ALl. CtiSSKS - ' dhkeprirer - Neatly and Cheaply Eseoutad. .u.mJXl-usaa- pacity; stria Orto.jT od psasengers to and from a very 8iiperl"r curry, and tbe native j THE SALONS OF MONTE CARf.O. the ehure Some of tho lighter ones for speak broken Eiglish to a greatsr extent, pavener r ilnl together with rolls of than In anv other place in India, One ha A Ylilt to tho 1'hiiious. Ciitlno .Vinung the VUltors Unfortunate. thatch, Insl -, on !ho seams, to keep the no difficulty in netting airing, though tbe claimed that thia gives Hindustani don't elp much Tamil be tle,As tho old Urook armios marclud to batwater ou. I. is so tbo Infatuated players loso tholr last rethe needed elaaticitv to endure bumping ing the languige of common life in this Napoleon to tbo sound of flutes and soft reTbo band plays In tho pavilion on will not being gion. It is perhaps easitr to be under corders. 'Praise the Lord. God is Love and Noth- on the bescb, wbicS nailing in ono of tho terraces back of tbo casino, over! too s- ff nd unyielding an arrangement. stood in Eagllsh, in the bszira, than ing Else." looked by a balcony, to which tho ruinod We embirked on a "Mistilah." after Hindustani. can rotiro and sootho tholr lacerated feelThis line combined sttlllon will mako theses We lay in Madras Hbji(?) from day sonoriSSijat my stable, nor Hhelbf Cite, lo ings by listening to'tbe dollclcus bnriuonlos. Ttrtir dty, tu go on chore ujiy Lincoln county, on the Shelbr City and Knob ("CONTINUED FROM LAST I301!. Friday noon. Tne No grander concert-roocan ba imagined ; Lick turnpike roaJ.at a few hundred yards to the beach, where light Thursliy to FA 26 1S36. the splendid casino, tboirardens.tho of the tnoer enclosure ia steamer cranes were ging till midnight, hlllild', tho Mediterranean stret-hin- terraced - Mian the oce the m dified urf Iti $15 tho Season or 20 to Insure a Oolt. k lnvel nicely blue A iisflwscak"-- " atill hevy enough to make 'landlni:" hoisting in car ; b'lt we slept oxpntuo of water in front nnd tbo high we csme 'o Madras, nt.r ihe Description and Pedlgrefi-fcon- d Jewel lis blood OTer which through it all, thiu.'li the hubbjb was im bare hills behind, which complete tho vast 1 write quite n adventure, sui generh First the tuaneand Ull, hinds 3 lucbi stretches ar.und me, as nniplthentro. Nothing ba3 been omitted nt bsjr, with bUck style sad action IS Hull 6 vein old ono tint hliih, with line as fur as a wave, fo mense. T. e i ffi.'or are kept very busy Monaco ,,MtMiNh"iirun up which can render its special form of inn was atrej uy I.ewli Cunningham's these lines. I Ufeti't set heard o' nny Oat jump "fishing oui" skulkers, during the night vice attractive or diffuse a rowato tint ovor Jt well, lie ti:y tbe ft mom old Waihlnjton Den eoeliijut is tbe motion of lectrd for its axe, will carry it. t asm Minnie, by McuotiM's sickness aboard; 1UI- work. The wary natives are continually its miseries. prothe dorsn oarsmen into the aurf and m U, over-tun- a corn; 2d dim by Weill' t ruinder; 3d dam C4X On this occasion tbero were perhaps MX) ol Divy Crockett) 4tb dim by a nimble by ion our nobis veeael, and bo gentle are the old 1J. to "the dry" creeping off and going to sleep wherever untold !o ceed to curr their piseogers There was not tho utual babol of die mito, pedigree unknown. Mr. H. C. of old ocean. It is a luxury a dark corner. Of visitors. on their bscka Two nuked swages tackle they can "curl tongues, though nearly nil modern laugngos Old Minnie, dim ofhecond Jewel, wm premium to an breathe the inviGoratim; lt air, after leny promptly enough could bo heard in tho gaming salon. Tho Miltnul, from s colt twenty-fou- i:d hum. Second Jewy. ue're thrust Gut over the boat's Uh; course they "turn up" r el Im been shown tlmemml wore tho i log the land of malaria and trTaimn Tiie fashionable world was not largely ropro. ouly twice. lick tie twenty-twshoulder?, when the gangs ate paid off "Mr. Jones j..u .Iti'e to their oily bscka and ' t ! urniit tifitNmJ fron trxef tht itm stmt fcuted, though some rkh Ktijlisb women Ho muds ten snows list ttxtan t tUnrllle, scjournere in th Ur Ewt rcakine weary (ntll Mni u iht IWaih.ro actio urasp a greasy head there are ten uiei in the middle hatch; see were present. As for tho majority of aud Lexington and KlrkiTllln, Hlchmond England regardless of trouser.; -their glad way back to dear 0!d I women, though generally well dressed, wore ten blue rlbboni. !.r.iui,f ifc.lft0riol trl; rurilxmik Ul ottflu u la4 in either hand, rttruggle to maintain your that they don't net out" is an order will be furntstard mires at reasonable l f.. .. th rtlM mcntbrii only they can know. iarnttiini enjoy it with they wero not of classes commonly riles. I'lrtlng with mare forfeits tin) Insurance. Wh w haarI shouted thro'uh tbe expect MmbiM vita tb liftlli( a:l the dimity equilibrium-letti- ng ..u I th mth. fUal it Ui ill r)ui, rr. deemed rcspoctabto. Ojrabip is one of the bast of her apten An old couple were Men retained on all colti until lerTlee charge are rit,.,,, Hssnr ev SvsvrQrv i momeatatily to p'unge hevl first into lio that will illustrate the point. rMm!y fr Ottbi, Crnp. Iasslug from one to auothor of tl.o fiur or paid, aliisUodil tht sane stables the floe Jack I will . r'.- did cla8. Ojr accommodations exco'lent ' ' rCOKTINlTED NEXT tOE j Ill unsteady boirers , ."1l i, M1UB. Ill M r live tildes that were kept tolerably busy, ,..1.-,A.i ,Mr II. rnn, . it,. mnnr nald. Cabins clean and yeisty surl, as your ' wt.TCnA.TAYI0R,AtUiiti.Oa hatnrdlng a small piece boio nnd there. land: and at last elide down upon cer to - i.t Rinn-a- i Tho modi j to contldcd to mo with signs of spictou;.tood phln, bit kooA and ooriiiil r- ij.-- s your Inexpresslblea eklnnloir iiiwm mi CklUraa TnUUSf. YOUNG LIONS. emotion tbe fact that sho bad lost i't francs. At ciNto lniuroa lire colt, money due when the eerrants everything one terri firms, roll Is foaled or nare parted with, lllark Hawk up to your knees, aa you descend, bjt only Tbo commercial travolor bad won 12 franca, ( a coal black fi rears od this Hrrlni. 11 hindiS could ask. We have in the "Rihilla" what Itoth for "to by Dr. M. L. IIOUUNE, Btanforil and bad heroically resolved to keep it, If dies high. He wm ilrrd by Caldwell'i Younc ba on deir M ither Eirth onci too happy to privi-leg- e Venetm"-t- he A BOY CUB AND HIS TWO LITTLE IUick Hawk, lie by Velocipede, he by Koberl aon'a we didn't have in tbe' though, as it was still tarly in tho aftermore, and even griteful to tho ole'ginnu' Ills dam noon, it was impoislblo to tell wh.itbe might Kiiiimnn. Im he linn. Mammoth. was railed by, of a abort run on the upper deck, as dam by Stlgali'i lllack Hawk; SISTERS BUT A FEW WEEKS OLD. wretches who hve soiled your "best euit," do later. A blonde Engllh wutitau at ouo tunc. Maxwell ana wis anId impotiea jsra back m the (mike e'ack. But tho vea far of tho tables was said t. Lnvo won 10,000 JOMf and robbed you of the last remains of elf C T. S.tMUIHlR. aela are of different constitution, and they fbelby Lily, Ky. BTANFOIlD, KY. are mrre Itow tho Mother Guards Iter Young The rrancs since mta-uaToe ladit-Oaco Bonth ltd Main HUeet, doo.-- i ibors for the comfort of reupjct infrnnsifu There was an nir of docorum about tho bjth do what they cin the Myers Hotels eluboMtcly transferred tn a wet plank, a'x Father Grt CurXeil on the Sltto or the place, pxiplo fM.king in low tono, tho Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas sdutnliiet psssencers OjIt tho 'Ribilla is 21 class h?i is principal part of tbo noise that broko the quired. inches w'dsand th'es feet long A hagg'e Head The llojr Cub, tlio Mother's little batter built to give us comfort. I with grasping coachmen at the "stand" on stIUnos coming from tho croupiers. About A JiiKUur unit Her Cubt. tho tables all ages were represented ; komo ' This fine stallion will will never "go back" on the deir old "Ve At length, afier much ol IS'! at had euch a elorioue time. the beach, follow. netia" where we Jonnto, tbo African lionosj at the Zoo, with piles of gold boforo them, which were mile tbe season wllci Iroui upmy p'ace, tbrac chiffering, you think you have settled gave blrtb, Mine days ago to tbrco cubs, ono rapidly diminishing, others with a llttlo Blanfoid on tbe Htanlord the "baby organ" on deck evWe have remained. a DanTlllo pike, at on a reanoosble fare. Oar party of ten mala and two females. It was In n cage board, of which but a few coins were ery evenine. and Will and the girla aing for u women some and we are f ff at laaL darkened so that erory particle of light was Among tho to hear enter three carriage who who had ovldcntly earned the money thoy $15 to Insure a Mare half-pothe edificition of all We drive up to the great new Posttffice, shut ofT, and tho other aftsrnoon at in Toal. -- ouo of tbo doors taa taken down by were losing by bard labor. Ono of these I ' The pissengers, irrespective of "class," that is really a magnificent buildirg as will Superintendent Stevens and a tlno view of saw oftor wards, a poor women of Marseilles, round and seem to eijay it vry II. Li Mark, foiled In gather as a prominent landmark in approaching tho mother and chlldron presented to tho who had lost all aud was begging enough of 14J, sUlrcn hands high, , by William Welch, by much. There are about twenty 21 class, reporter. Sho was lying mottonloss on a tbo manngemout to take hir home. Ou th M Itytdyke'i Hambletonian-- lit dam Kate by (Jill's We post our "overland." This Midras balcony listening to tho band were mon and Vermont; 3d dam lilick Hwin by llelm'i York-hirand perhaps 60 "Firsts" aboard -- winding hay IxhI at tbo rear of tho cage, hor oyos women with faces so by Imp. Yorkshire; "last from India" gees in there that It was Wagner, by Imp. Wiener, M dim Little Emily by staring fiercely at tho intruder. Tho Httlo 4th dim hiullr Hpeed mikes it pleasant without being crowded up the Calcutta visit Then we are ofl for khaors woro eating their dinner. Sho eUJont thoy bid ndlou to liopo as well by Imp. LeTiithin; Sihdim by I'ackolet, Ctbdam AMD preached Sutdty on bo large a ahip. as fortune, 1'aris Cor. Sau Franclsio by UrandilTer; 7th dim by Maryland Phcrnlxj looked dfgnlQeJ and calm. In tho adjoina drive to see the city. Arrived at a pro Proprietor Determined that Stn dim by Hannibal, Uib dim by Silky, by Pow-e- l. eveninic in an inform ilwav, to a Mr con ing cage lay Paul, tbe father, and ho soitnoJ Chronicle. (bee Kmllr tinted In L'rure'a Btud Hook, Vol. nitious spot for the execution of his nefri to ful y rcalho the new responsibility that Shall be tiecond to no Oountrr grejation collected to hear the singing Of I, page f)l. Vermont llimbletonlin li a rery Training lUbtlt for the l'lt. Hotel in the State in iti Fare, good ous designs -- wheie the sun is blazing, and rostoJ upon Mia Ho would walk to tho with Dne I see that soma ingenious sport over In iired Wllflim Welch, ityle and ben I, recordaction opportunities to do good, in psrsonal conol U. Appointment!, or Attenwith private distance door of th cago containing tho cubs, look we no coach stand wit"iin reasonable HaiuMe-tonlaJorsey is training rabbits for tbe pit It Vermont Wing a grand ion of llyadyke'i versation, there are p'enty. Thus far tion to Comfort of grandert lire llrlng, and tllll'i Verhalts the ctvalcsde and In nnd back out, then quietly l:o down by used to bo quite a popular diversion in certhe our coachman himself. On tho day of their arrival bo their Guests. are greatly pleased with our fellow pis-enmont rorot'lned, backed by thorough breed, ought proceed to open the question of ' farm" slowly crawled into tbo cago to soo his mate, tain rural so tlo.is of Germany to train tho to mako a floe slock bone gers. and will regret to leave them at Ceybig, lusty hares, tbo country breeds, for I will also itand at tbe aame pure a nee Jicx, (lagKine tflllboa?eie4 to 4s lad from mi us a Hgain that we. thought hau neen eeuim in but bo como out with a bound and a yell, righting. Tbo determination and ferocity Imp. Vlcui free of charge. Nsetlal arroanoJatlthe lon, aa, I hope, tney will at him a "wallop" on the sido oai ICs-- t our favor. We protest. He ia obJurate for Jennio with which they cull ono another with tbe to Comoirclal Trateltri. The liar will of the heai that was hint enough that bis little. alneri upalled with the ekelrsal forejvxws anddlvmtbowel ono another with No co. At last we make i intrusion was unnoeosiary. In a few day We threaten 1 I IM, lUlOTHEICrj. brsailiof Llqaoriaad Clears. We retched tbe anchorage off Madras tho ones Is I r study for th) philosotho picked tbo loy-hofeint of demounting yielding all cub up in her mouth pher.hinder many ota thoir movements they In Taesday morning at 1 o'chick "principle " We will not be pmy lo a and carried it out and laid it before bur rejieat exactly th tactics I bavo seen relb ' break-wntet- " and waited oui-id- e Ti.en Hego lord and master. Ho conJescendoJ to sorted to in boxing nnd purring matches by fraud upon the, helples public. "B'esR in look nt it and backed to tbo further end of until daylight, when we gladiators of larger inol I. I would imagino give in All victories -- General the cnga m l is rather a complimentary title for coacnee water" "Would you like to tnko them up'" said that the rabbit would make1 a goo I fighting Wilt make the season of Giait and Napoleon assert -- only resolve Mr. SU'vens. brute, tox One Sundny in omerorn, being IMC it mr liable. S lull,. the ragged fragments of a pulver'zsd eea from Crab Orcnard on the a plan tut Ion wanted by coollo cyclone of Nov them'eWes into a question of who will run "Not it it's necessary to go in there witb wall, that in the fam u Crab Orchard i. Unculer labor, I was taken by tbo superintendent to first. We were on th point of yielding the old folk." 20, 1SSI, was torn to bits by the angry eea. n quail tight tn tho nntlvo quarter. The (lred by Hubbla'i Denmark, known as On Tim. turnpike, at A t'KKI' AT TIIE TIIHKE CUTS. hii phcVpi didt't know it. Oie minute "Broken-bywater- " would more accurately birds had been brought from India by tho First dim Mollle Mount by Cabbie's Lexington, ijU'2.,-- 0 to IiiMitc n I'll let them out in tbo out-docase," by Young he by Taylor's Mei ra cilitv, and he wou'il to 2d dim 34 dam by America, Denmark, which glrei describe it However it wts put up to ur.re of perKitnt and, pulling up tho door, th) inalo lion emigrants mil fought like gamecock adecgtr; ininijuolt, Mlller'i J&yi-2r- S him auUtcinuKlStttUa,IJu Mvk in UtrtU, on a have gained his point. But he mi'takeniy bounded out,closly followed by Jennio, tho the death. Hero Is another novelty the break the water, and the next atttmpt oceoMhe belt up our mindn. H. mother. Down slammed tbo door, and tho vanced and enterprising spoit of tbe ago 1th dim by Jim Hell,noted BadJIe rceborteio( thought we lid mde may find a suggestion in. If rabbits can be btidir; Sthditn a more solid scale, now in due course of con taire brought brlno King, Jr.. Is 18 hinds high, Jet black, 8 yran reporter entered unknown In form It we had, but not in the directum he thoiiL'h' f artist and tho cubs. Tbo Loy the cago and bred for tho pit, as well as ths pot, why not from Mrgtnla, pedigreeseason of ISH at J L Far-rl- ', old, r fretKleg. tbeand wn ilreu byIn Dr. If err a atruction, will likely prove a success They will mike the licked up cub felt as quails! Now York News "Babble," Mimbrlno best thow borte the worlJ. So he mounted his box wi h a grimace ono mile from Htantord on the Kustonfllle Jt in brlno King wai ilred by Mimbrlno I'atcbro. soft as a ball of butter, bis cars woro not is a mere question of time and experience pike, nilt Ldgels a dirk brown, IS handi high, 4 full brother to Lady Thorn, IS, and and drove off, at uiir over a quarter of an inch Ion, and bis fat by disappointed greed i Headquarter tit Arllttlo Korcerl. to get the batter of these ao called "natujeirs old this spring ind will stand at Mimbrlno Chief, the celehritrd horse thit J. V. known tbat we would body rovcroJ with spotted yellow, fine, soft Clay brought from New York. Mimbnno Chief Italy, the buno of art, has becomo the when man's, ingenuity nnd re rate. Had be onlv ral forcer," hair, as soft as wooL His eyes bad no lion li'mdcpiartors of artistic torgomi In Cut$10 to Insure a Mriug Colt. wit ilred by Mm brlno raymnter and be by old beaten an ignominious retreat in a fierceness. Ho looked and Mimbrlno, be by Imp. Messetger Msmlrloo felf us Jim Nye anea the ollco rxently rubied n den of source seriously address themselves to tbe have won nam onco Bllrer King will be limited the King, Jr.'i 1st dim by Tiger Whip; 7d dam by momenUl Bit he didn't. Howe ai a oanquet, -- too run ror utter counterfeiters who bid run tiolr private lime rate. He Is 3 yean oldto 15 mire, at Is task. The first defeat reveals the weak few Jim Allen, 3d dam by Nero, 4th dim a thoroughIhli Wiring, as Gen. G. and Napoleon did some of niico." His bojy seemed too big for bis s.tablishmeut for nearly four years, and tieiutlful bay, 13 hindi3 Inches high Will alio bred mare, Ac . Ac. The colli by Ibis young hone second attempt a vicpoints that render the legs, and ba scorned lubberly. Ho bad four w ho woro caught ar the flntit the county can produce. victories. with a stock in trade of stand at laiueplatea nne Jick, Care taken to prerent accidents, but nol responllttlo tonb tory. How Madras erer became a great their famous fiwt kitten's, and milk white uo bigger than a 10,tO),000 liras of spurious bunk notes and sible for any. tenon forfellid when iminli i 'Madras is a place of red dust, we about as sharp.. Ho waddlod gold plot-- . Ths latter could te distincity is a standing puzzle. A9 is well known . ir. KI.VH, graae and trees is along tbe floor of tho cage, and is bis guished 1IH of the "East India noticed. Tne green of CrabOrcbam, Ky. by cbeml'al teit, but even experts At $H to Insure colt, money due at weaning time it was the first purchase heavily sifted with this unlovely tint, hid- mother's favorite, as it ia the only ono of found tt dltllcult to detine the technical He ii a biownjick with white joints, 5 yeara od Company " If it was told, because it seetn-t- d ths llttor that sho carrier around in her shortcomings or tho t easur notes, which lo June, 13 bauds high. He waa ilred by Alkln'i verdure in a most unplf King William and be by King I'Mlltr-- , bit first mouth- - holding it by tho uajw of tho neck could have been the moat unlikely place to allow the ing tbe fresh produced only by n ! dim a lilick sitln iennt iba ilr-- l by Philcarries her kittens. way. The red duat is bad for eyes and ns a merchanof tho ablest artists and lithogralip aud he by King I'nlllip; bis second dam by hated foreigner with his coveted Lionesses carry their young from thirteen ph would make Madalso. This alone Will make the seaitn of 1JSJ at my liable at Tho asoclatlou seems to bavo counted MoreCaitle The MoreGtiiUJick lia Urge grey. dise a permanent foothold, I can begin to throat to fourteen months, and thoy uro not weaned its .'ra. 110-E. A-memltcrs by hundreds, and to bavo of abode, I should It. F.tllUIN. 88 to Insure a Living Oolt. for four or five months, when they are old such a uutnbor of foreign ngenrles had Madras, as, at once, just that; ras an unpleasant place understand that drove to the "Park," which enough to polish a Lone. Her diet Is now a Brown Jim was ilred by Mambilno King, ba by soutborn Europe will prot ably prove to bo and at the aame time a crowning proof of say. We first affair, being rather too quart of fresh milk from ono cow, nlno deluged with the produi ts ot their enter! Mimbrlno ratchen. he by chief and he by British pluck and ability to do anything is not a first class I'aymaiter, he by old Mambrlno Mewrnger. lit good "Park," and lacking pounds of good chopped boof and some soft prise. Hut tbo comments of tho press find a dam by an Arabian horse, pedigree unknown; Id heads and bands to. An bare of trees for a boned, such aa nock bonos of mutton and they set their dim by Steamboat, dam of Maubrltto Klnga Ned many elements that go to make up chicken bones. Jennie it 7 yoars old, and more serious causo for alarm tn tho cir- Will mike the season of Illegal transactions of pea roadstead, with a cruel aurf; ever beat- a good t'crcit mare. cumstance magnifithis Is her fourth llttor. Tho others she ate magnitude tbat bavi presirved tholr such I8S6 it my LlTery Stable I will alio aland a good Jick KUl'OH AND a pleasant retreat. But we sa a could socrot lu Stanford, Ky., and will ing heavily In the mildest weather, on a READV, Jr., at H.to Insure a tlileg colt, money connection up, or they died from hor carrying thorn for so many years. Dr. Felix L. Oswald. I permitted to srie a lashing the cent lioness at the "Zoo," in due when colt Is foaled or aire pared with. He fiat beach; and in the Monsoons around too much, though ono of her limited numbsrol mi out li HK binds high and wis ilred by SllgiU'i Jlouja largest Rhinoceros, perhaps in cubs, in an opposito cago,Minnie, is nearly eight The Quettluii of I'oUououn Honey. and Iteady. he by old Oatie, be by I'eleri' Illlnd whole exposed coast with indescribable fu- with it; the lllack Hawk, be by Maioa'i Black Hawk, he by world; and an Abysslnnian monkey, inonius oiu, Mas raised by UUI lialstuad on Professor Cook protects vigorously nnd Sirs tlin SniHOll. ry. To enable vessels to take in and dis the Loyal Mammoth. Dim of Hough ind Iteady wai the like of which I never saw in any col th3 bottle, and is hail follow well met justly against tbo notion that poisonous Due when aertlrciarertn- - , uy oupcriur isiuniviu, no ny iu)tii lamuiotn charge cargo in something like comfort, a with a coon that climbs up tho bars and honey is occasionally produced. Ho says dered. UtO to Insure a Superior Mammoth waa brrd by Mr, J, r. ncluding the London drops on Minnie's back, and rides around that all qiaJraogular spies about a mile square, of lection before -iHewailthanits blgn ind a rery Bne olsoiiing from mare In roal, due whin me net Is ascirlalucl, or of supposed and the Paris Jardin des tho cago In tlno style. She U as largo as a eating bonoy may bo explained on other RtS to Insure a Ilrlng colt, du when the colt Is animal. 1113-lGardons," tl. V.ai'EXH. the open tea, has been enclosed within masDanTllI Wilkoi Ii a beautiful rniboony girls enjoyed the unwonted Newfoundland dog. grounds. Some pjoplo never can eat honey oaled.lUndlog b.uds blgb.of greit trottfrg biy, sive walls composed of hugs blocka of con- Plants. The i without injury. Any ouo eating it in largo the DEVono.v or TIIK MOTIICr. fondling three young Bengal and bu trotied hli mile In 1 30: quarters in crete, rising 12 or 15 feet above the surface felicity of Tho most noticeable feature about tho quantified without food is liable to colic. 37 with little handllnzat 4 years, and bai alrsady as young cats tame lion family wag tho dorotion of tbo mother. The fear of getting jtoisonod honey greatly dlstlcgulihed hlmielrai a breeder He Is a counof the water. Within this enclosure a med-erat- e tiger cubs, that semed a larger horse I a erery reby the collector Every few minutos sho turned and HckoJ detracts from tbe duuaud ani price of this terpart of Alcyone, butblood linen alio ilmllar and calm prevails, in good weather and The mother had been slain aped and hli gill and them. Her eyes nover left tho vlultors, dolicar-y- . As tbo boo secretes tho bonoy it li tbe lime reoiore from the great Oto. Wllkea The we I proren breeder (hunt) and the the couutry boats, laden at tbe jetties, carry of the district in a shikar whoso overy mot.oa tho noticed, and wbon could not take pouonou substance into its tbit PbllTbnmpwn U Ills first and only nd aldle lUlllou. will They liked notice and sho tamo in from the off to the vessels in "harbor" (if harbor it infants captured. outdoor cago after tho system without injury to iUulf, What will o'd that hai been hindlfd liHallie Vagen, named mike the leason of 18)0 at moat discontentedly, cubs had been handlod, sho bounded in, nnd, not hurt tho bees can not do serious dainago In bonorof oneofthi falreat and brightest jewe's Wllliim Hubble's, may be called) the cargo, to be shipped to handling and whined ol Indlini, and li a worthy namciake ol royal OnTlme'i two som, their cage. Thev standing In tho open door, paused a moment, to humun beings. Hoston IludeU to 1 40, being blooil. at aha bai ihowed a gill w all pirta of the world. It is hoisted out of when put back into as If to say, something is coming, and I her aire, ihe his a bandied uy a colore iov, aa pointer dogs and 7 lerel bead and a good gait. CLEVELAND AND TALHAGE, knew it bho went to tho cubs What Tut Hutu In a Woiiiuh' Heart. the boats with steam cranes, of which ev- were nearly as big DanTlllo Wllkei li by Lyle'a Oeo. Wllkei, Jr ; they will go on thorn all, and appoarod satisfied. and smelt afraid "By tho way, John," said a 1'hlla iolphla dam ot Danrllle Wllkeiby Skedaddle; Skedaddle Feeding. ery steamer carries a sufficient number to months old. I am Andfour Jacks at my own liable. The old n till they "chew time neon came, but she did Skedaddle by Medoc; wife to her li? Ollrer; xpeditethe transfer. When the danger displaying their docility caressing them enous, but, coming slowly tonot appear rav- tho olllce in husband as bo was leaving fir Trumpeter; 3ddam ofAratui; 4th dam Imp. 7ddm Jack, old Spread dam tho frout, kept tbo morning, "I wish you would Eagle; eomebody, who is 3th dam Wild Heir, 6lh Lcllpis. and can looking back nt lignal, on shore, is hoisted, every craft in up" and taking "Jangerou." and meat back to thotho cubs, tho cago, hor toll Mr. Stuckup to inform his wife that I till trace him further Into the thoroughbred fam-I- It lllack Hank, Dill Tliompjori, Joo lllack-bur- n rear of lying won't bo homo this afternoon." port ecuttlea out to eea as fast as posslbU. Then they will be labelled If eeceMirr. Fori, the dim o' Dinrllle and Urlgliam Yonup, Wllkea. first dim Meidleyby Waxy, 2d dim Sbel-tog "Whoro are you going!" permanently caged. We escaped. We down with tho cubs. Wben thoy aleop sho for Madras harbor (?) is no place for old Tlrgrapb,3l dam Frank. Waxy, tbe Collaof Prloce, tbe goes out and lies with tho lion. "Oh, I'm not going out, but I boar that Jack, all at 8 to station. It would lire of Medley tr Uertbume, lit dam by Stony that floats, in a storm if it be bigger drove to tbe now railway Quite In contrast was tho conduct of the sin has u seals'.iiu sauquo, und I roltu our way until weaning time. want Petrcl.Jd dsmTom Hil. A lien retained on all colts lor the seaion , boat." do honor to London, Paris or New York. jaguar, which has a throomonths cub lu tho bor parading It ham boforo mo. dnn't Qran furnlihed it tt per month, Due care .DeoejIPtlotx-CIerel- and o havo a than a "Catamaran" or a "Masulah is a hands "Fort St. George." adjoining cago. While tbo lionets mother prayer meeting at the church lonrerentaccldinti but will not beroinon- - hlghjTaluiagelilStf bands, deep bay. 10 brown and liken should any occur. a beautiful These two are features of the place. The Then we drove to old I tie with fancy marks. as Fort William" was calm, contentment and qulot rojose, tho 1 ou't want to go there with my heart filled f .1. T. XUXVEhLEY, Stanford. Pedigree.- - Call and see the hones and licks and lormer is the universal fijhing boat some It is not so formidable see what they can do. need to be. Bat it jaguar was ceaseless unrest and snarling. with hate." I'lilla ielphla Chronicle-HeralShe would not sucklo hor cub, and snapped times venturing out milei into the open eea at Calcutta -- nor does it ("2-"- ) LEVI llVIlBLE. lHHtt tHHtt, even as agalnet viciously when ho approached for lunch. Wnntml to Keep the Wutrli. after piscatory gime and is only 3 logs ia no mean defence still, battering down "She knows It's near fooding-tlmo,- " A nun cams Into tho store with a battered says lashed together; the middle one protruding modern paraphernalia for is full of interest, 8tevens, "and will not let tho cub come near old watch which he wanted ropaired. Ono like a aort of rudder, behind a few feet forts. Historically, it her until sho has been herself fed. Yet if tbo of tho clerks looked at it aud remarked that thrilling inci- cub comes near tho front of the cage, sho it was almokt past mou longer than the other two. The logs are and stands abreast of all the iln. r . - . quietly paws it back, not being over gentle "Yes," said tlw othar, "but I want to keep a sort of wedge shape, dents In the romantic early record of Brithewed or hacked to ., f '!. The sea view is In her handling." The lion cubs have none that watch. It was given to me by my so as to form a rough, atubby prow, where ish India occupancy. of tbe majestic appearance of tbe lion, no broth, r on his death bed, and I want to r iffi One side of the rampart is mano, in short, thev look like stunld Now. preserve it as a mom ;ntum." Cincinnati Tbeiireof iMtteri, roidilers and morefauo y and the thin eada ccme together; and scooped magnificent. stone's throw from tbe foundland pups, witb soft, straight yellow Times-StaAril claia Kasterij nonea than any otbv attlllon !'. -- tx few inches on top so as to give a shallow Uttleinore than a .r" In Kentucky, will make tht season of 1886 four instead of curly, coarse, blade hair. The r i -- i ,,, k mllei wait of Stanford, directly on the Knob Lick e bottom where the bistmen wocer-likX ltace of llnlil Heads. chances are in favor of the cubs being i pike, and will, on account of tbe depression orer We' drove through the city bazars, of raised. A nice of hairloss Americans is threat- ererylhlng.be perml'ted t) aerre miroa at tbe Thjy have boon kept so long in tho iquat. Two form a "crew" when fishing. CJI'ctC.. which I need not speak particularly, and dark and no disturbance whatever suffered ened. It has been (Mtimatcd that already extremsly low price ot One, for ordinary harbor purposes. A thin TrcSt. the adult men of American birth $1& the Season or 920 to Insure. steamer to dinner, content to como near tje mother, and she appears so one-hagot back to our board 0 inches broad and 0 feet long In our cities uro bald, und baldne.u is Madras. The qulot and maternal, tbat tbore is every living -- u V "no more to roam" -Itaken jervea for a paddle, dipped on either aide reason for bolleving that they will be extremely liable to be propagated in tbe to Orssa furnished at orl per month Due care be VO J " I prerent accldenti eecipes, but will not 1 Ruronean settlement lies above Fort St. reared. Cincinnati Enquirer. afmale line, an to appear a littlo earlier in tSMltlll raevf Is should my occur. alternately, in propelling the ticklish a central position each successive generation. L'oitou Budget s feicripiioa auu reuigreo. iiuuuy n a jbi duck fair. Ten or twelve feet the average length. George, star In forehead and two white foot, 10 bin Is high, Tbe New and Ingenious "Hot l'en." city. Every. being washed off by the between it and the native binds 1 Inch high, Una mane and tall, good, bony Tim See ret of Cheap Clear. 7ne danger is in By means of the new aul fngonious little L...iiII.iI k.a.l ...! ntlr .Mall.nl .1..1a. Aii,MM80UYHERN rj,V0UAC.. th!n asema to eeek a sea front, as if relierA Arm of Counectlcutclgar manufacturers back and loin In lad, faultleea In symnietry; and B. K. Avory di 8one UouIbvIIIsj. waves. They do not easily upset nor are lovely blue of the Instrument known as the hyalolyphotype, . -nut on the who have boon underselling rivals, explain win guarantee mere ooeea i lire a siaiuon posor hot pen, drawings can be made on glass they einkable. The face of tbe sea was that the uso ot cheap tobacco in the mouth sessed of a bolter disposition, and theee qualities tht. red dnst of the land. Hence or glauy substances with a waxy compcei-tlobe Inrarlably Impart! to hli progeny. Nobby Is covered with them aa we came in, and ocean from which Is solid aud somewhat hard at end of a cigar Is the secret of it all They the sire ol of Nobby, Jr , reooid I1t)), and aold Madras from tbe harbor, is claim tbat the smoker throws the cigar for 15.000, when bandied rery little. One of his looking like points of black the view of learned, out ordinary temperatures. Tho ien Is so conbuild-ing- s last aeiion, with little superlatively beautiful. Tbe public trived that it can be hoat.-- either by gas or away before tho lira has reached tho poor colli trotted In 2 33 and one In 2 31, training, In rocks, sticking out of the waUr, at a dis2 SO. another and wai aold imposing archJ. by an electric current, and tho waxy mate- tobacco. Chicago Times. are simply grand, in for 12,300. Uliauekllngs wore the ties at tbe tance. Hundreds of these singular crafts Fairs orer rings of twen nearly all frort rial flows easily from tbo boated pen, settling Hustoarilleand Danrllla and great sU, and Lime Cartridge for IlUitlng- Pttrpote. colts. Nobby was ilre by Garty and twenty-fou- r dot Ihe surface of the fishing grounds in tectute Personally, I prefer it as seen so quickly on the glass tbat Lime cartridges are coming into uso for rard Chief, the aire or Basil Dike, 2 WAX o eyery fine day. The fish- tbe sea. can be done mora rapidly than with ordi. front of Madrw, Hippy, 2 S2K; Bed Crook. 2S3) Hill Arp, A nolo U bored, ths from the harbor. For "reasons of State" I nary pen and ink, without risk of blocking blasting purpose 2 31; Uarrari Cblei by Mambrlno Chief, aire uf seem almost amphlblous-tb- eir ermen limed cartridge lnsertod, and water U live there. To do the LORD'S will upths angles; corrections, too, can b mads poured over it The increase in volume ot Lady Thorn, 2 I8Ht Woodford Mimbilno, 2 2I4. 2 JO and others Hack skins oiled and shining, bidding de might Frank; they know all about Mustang Linor any other with tbo greatest easo by moans of a pen- tho slakel lima spilt and cracks the sub- 2d dam by in tbe 3d list. First dam byHambledam by Byadrk's Aratui; I should delight to mike that knife, which leaves tho surface alter ward Since to salt water. stance which it Ls (lasirod to blast Inter tonian; 4th dam by Dlomole. Nobbr's dam a But theso considers iment. Few do. Not to know ia my residence. lntaot After the drawing has been made, Ocean. thoroughbred mare, laid to ba bi Imp, Trsnby Tk 1'Matttlah boat? tl another thing; place, Parting with mares sball forfeit ths lnaursnce long bam- tioni apart, I am less drawn to Madras as tbe plate is otchad by tlu rio acid, and when not to have. afearp at both ends; propelled by In all cant and a lien retaloed on all colts until lashed a desirable dwelling place, than any city I complete it can.be either oloctrotyped, stere crTlce charge li rail For further Inlormailon. boo oars, with spear shaped piddles used Ulroct, or appliod to any pur otyped, noil V. I.. f.'IOII. cahave yet seen in India. Yet some like it, pose for whli b ougraved surfaces uro rs-- .cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria anl Canker Mouth.. calloniraddreee ur W, N.. MtArs;,: lo the end; with considerable carrying . I or aats at Bournes. March, I8M. V.ii-Ifltl(ia I aUnforil, Ky. - I hear. Why I do not know, they m-4 n and the ordinary means of conveyone 'or c l COR COUGHS Ull GEO. O. BARNES. SS - SECONiOjrE WEI P.A0.8.B."RonaW t t Cs up"lu l'rln'i Jra, tltues-delet- ted lliu-totuill- e. 'Z TJ i.i . . . i . Li Xji E3 X 3ST. rl.l ;lll. rrtitI f--r ami v semi-gloo- !: THREE BLACK HAWK! '"' iirrxi-tiiraR- HUllOEOrt litn r uurtMAH, DJ2NTJHT te J'n-vor- lte Vermont Hambletonian. MYERS HOTEL, enro-wor- choe Ji e, woe-Lego- I STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, it ii Itt bold-goin- gio tiioh. iiomsHttsr Ct an-ch- u rn .- -r 5Hsx Mambriiio King, Jr., v onaiitto Gilt Edge &Silver King I'al-he- n, STEVE WALKER, -- art-'I'l- aatt BROW1V tii: lf J. J. Danville Wilkes HiugU-rain,.s- ca-.e- ic-li- On Time, uis lt Mad-lio- any-thin- n' d tofnntre 110-l- d. Mfe&yt t$g $ MONEY MM. 3 r. lf n S Y which-occuple- . j iv " n, d - cross-hatchin- g Mam-brln- Men Think . ml. a- - el i rnTiiw