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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886052101 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ic- -i " aim u 1 jui'.',: : J je.S"M t r" ' i.. rrT.:-iiii- t '. . iij. ji iLiiBsr'V eMM T ' ' ll1 ra jtM t end e Ii ntefiof lonfn NO. 126. J&.3ST- - VOL. XIV. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1886. OPPORTUNITY THAT OCCU ONLY ONCE IN LIFE TIME. I HO A jMri52Ki I ORSE! MY KINGDOM FOB A Is what Richard 11 said; now this time it is i A BUGGY ! A BUGGY ! i tiBflBssilBv vW H ma m ifis P n , For which you don't give aKingdom, nor a red cent. w. rijfiBX to fa:T -- : r.flilt W "' fD.Mt 4 r o H f Mt m j Myers-House- Opposite the buy one dollar's worth ofoods, no matter what or how much you buy. For every dollar's purchase you vill set a ticket thrown in; this will give you a chanc3to win the IIWC&OT or , r. KIJASS, jo- vTilJy . Go A FINE SINGER r SEWING MACHINE. ' Tin "Rnoo-- ost S125 and can be seen CfnBR he seen at the store. These two articles . -- .. , .,, , holder of the lucky number win gei eiuier drawing. No oiie connected with my v at the store; the Machine cost S55 and can will be drawn for AttOSi SStb. and the b'the BUGGY or MACHINE riaht after the business will have a chance. Tv' j Is lx$f c ' kt -- .'- - FLIDST TACTl STYLISH! &a$ J article can be bought elsewhere. I not to be as represented. Remember that 15 will be as I guarantee that every article sold will return beforefrom for to 20 per the mney any cent, lower than the same goods bought of me, if they prove .1 A i P MY STOCK IS FRESH, 1EW AND IMMENSE of Men's? m& That I keep no auction trash, and even if you don't wis, to buy it will be no trouble to show you our STOK 9oyB OTliag 9sy CtooOst 9oqb a m es, Hat d ap 1 mmk and white-faceAlso the Africa Monkey, possessed of Gents' and Ladies5 Furnishing Goods. positively great Curiosir, a veryIowe Now is your chance, not only to get Bargains, great intelligence. My prices are SEWING the MACHINE witln one cent or cost. Kiit oply TICKETS wUl be given. No deviation from this rule. extra Don't delay nor get a BUGGY or SINGER X a chance totake place on AUG.a 25, no matter how fewjor howfrnany cfcets are GIVEN AWAY BY THAT TIME.wait, as the sales To CASH wm Draw-to- e S, 1 pp Btlye3?s House, Stafford, Ey u : Stanford, Ky., May W. P. WALTON. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. as prepared by the special committee and slightly amended by Geo. M. Givens is breakln the mopassed the Senate by a majority notony of the time by a pretty actlvo con-t..- n the House t k.o.Unu hnraee. and J. B. Green of one just a minute or two before tho session 21, 1880 finally closed. Tho bill is as good as could the great Irreepresslble, is converting his have been adopted under the circumstances. entiro promises Into a grand wool emporiIta orjnonents claim, however, that it would um, where the fleecy treasures are heaped never have passed had not trickery been in billowy boauty from cellar to atlc. The convict bill A REGULAR- - '- AVALANCHE OF BARGAINS! CROWDED "FLOOR TO CEILING. --- resorted to. WITH SUPPLEMENT DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Circuit Judge J. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. " " " " " VT. Alcorw. Commonwealth's Attorney-- K. C. Wabie. County Judge T. W. Vinson. Circuit Clerk J. P. IUltKY. B, CoorKR. County Clerk-- O. T. Bhria-- D. Nbwland. " " D. Kesnkdt. Aueuor-- E. 8. 51. Owsxs. Superintendent Common Fchools County Attctney-- D. B. Capkstkb. Jllor J. A. Boolb Surreyor F. B. Howard. ed with each a body again. All of iU portant acts, which have been vouchsafed at a coat of $150,000, appear on our fourth page. Borne of them are good and much needed law?, but the outlay far exceeds the well value received. It is safe to predict satisfactory to prephesy that a majority a of the members, who have now gone home to an outraged constituency, will never see Frankfort again unless to serve a term in the penitentiary, of which question they made such a miserable muddle. im- the Lord," aBcends from one end of the State to the other. May we never be curl- at C o'ciccn Tuetdny and a fertent "Praise The legislature after being in session 140 dayp, the longest on record, adjourned u ree-cor- correspondent names Meredith, Newman, Thomar, Neale and Wiseman as those most responsible for the worthless results of the leeielative session. All of them are one- horse politicians and ranting demagogues, but we think it ia giving such pigmies too much credit to attribute such responsibility to them. With a few exceptions the entire body was made up of making, email idead Individuals, d who would have terved their country better by remaining in the corn field, on the work bench or at their old shyster tricks. time-servin- The Louisville Commercial's Frankfort ican Opera Company will begin on the 9th of June and last five days. Besides the most celebrated of American artists and Theodore Thomas' full orchestra, there will be a 100 chotua singers and 80 ballet dancers, with the finest scenery in the world. All the railroads will carry passenger at reduced rates, the L. & N. at half are. The Committee which met at Frankfort Taesdayjdecided after much wrangling to bold a convention to nominate a candidate for Superior Judge, at Lebanon, Jane 17th. Delegates are to be choeen in the 37 counties composing the district on Saturday, Jane 12. on a basis of one for each 200 votes cast for Cleveland and Hendricks and one for each fraction over 100. There are bat two candidates, Sanfley and Barbour. The June Opera Festival of the ern Exposition at Louisville by the SouthAmer- The posthumous heir of King Alfonzi made his appearance at Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, Mrs. Thompson was confirmed postmaster of Louisville, with but six dissent ing yoles. In a row at Martinsville, Ya., J. K. Terry was killed and seven others fatally wounded. Hon.Wm. M. 8prlnger, of Illinois, h Stint heen nominated for a 7th term in Congress. The Falls City Cooperage works at Ttt?Illa burned. Loss SC2.350; insur- ance $15,000. John F. DavIs has been by the Governor and confiasad by the Senate as Commissioner of Agriculture. There are pension bills now before Congress, which, If passed, will take a thou-anmillion of dollars from the treaaury. The President haa sent about 2,100 nominations for civil offices to the Senate, of these 1,700 have been confirmed and only thirteen rejected. The nomination of Gen. W. S. Hose-cran- a to be Register of the Treasury was confirmed by the Senate after much unnecessary opposition. Lswis D. Craig, Inspector of Uonvicta. at Greenwood, has resigned, and Gov Knott has appointed Mij. A. T. Keene, of Greenwood, to succeed him. At the last term of tho Somerset court divorce was granted to Mrs. Kate C. Hansford from her husband, W. B. Hans ford, of the Junction City Herald. George Wood, who once owned theatres in a half dczen cities, including Cincinnati, died in poverty at New York this week. He wis worth $100,000 at one time. On account of pressing legal engagements Senator Kenna has been compelled to decline the Chairmanship of the Dem ocratic Congressional Campaign Commit- tee. "Do you still insist that you will not be a correspon a candidate lor dent asked Gen. Wolford. "Yes," he said, "I've got enough; I don't want to come d Augus E. Mclnetney Inaugurated a District Sunday School Convention which waa to open on yesterday at Bocky Ford flam-in- g church in Ca?ey county. 8ome 5.000 havo been STORE-ROO- M are said to printed setting forth such nauiffl as Randolph, Caldwell, Green, Wtshard and other prominent 8. 8. men, as the speakers. Some have arrived, but nobody here seems to have heard of the meeting. Our record is still one of Invincible and increasing dullness Jimmy Walker' only survivors of whittling brlgade-t- he have cot their format- - TTnatnnville And tho Prices named almost take your breath for Cheapness. Our eolo ambition is to j&ck.knlvea too blunt for service, and have not energy enough to resort to an oilstone. Business houses stand like open sepulchre, but few invade their consecrated quiet. Hotels have fewer visitors than even the JTir.st-ClnM- .s Mechanics are fast ascending churches. tele- Intii ilm rinki of men of leisure. The nhone has been put In working order, but ! the musical "Hello!" ia seldom heard. Ask Our gxxls are tho beat and wo only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. Wo could never learn to follow one of the quidnuncs "What's the news?" Wo o'yer want tpachiovo success by deserving it. We don't expect to get rich In a day. Wo almost swap dollars with our and his muttered answer U: "None wo bii nees." To render the stagnation com custooers, tVin sell at so Bmall a profit, still wo havo no bad debt and find ourselves gaining in strength aa o bueiuesa TT..nl all lty .mw. X1UUV " "w limn few who have sufficient plete the Tte Calicoes and Cottons wo sell to our customers at 5 cents a yard aro worth that by tho car-loaexcept tho to migrate are seeking other locali wo get off for cash. ties. Misses Nannie Brown. Bettie Car disannt and Clothing at n saving of from 83 to 85 over city prices, Our low prices on Ye think wo can sell you penter, Sallie Jenkins and Lluie and every description aro tho marvel of tho ago. All .1.- - fine Laco Curtains and beautiful Whito Goods that atSha Blanche Twidwell are at Cincinnati so low in tho auction will bo closed out cheap. If you nav cash and want tn n Hnw for a ,iniin- - :n h 4 tending the Muilcal Festival. Miss Bettie sol few days for an extended Drye leaves in a yiiit to Lancaster and North Middlelown, Messrs. Evans, Judy, Vaughan, Hocksr and Owsley, of Din vllle, were here Wed nesday night. Mc-Kee, Vi Yon are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, See How XHEuch We can Sell for a Dollar I Wc Keep Everything Pertaining to a with a Full and Complete Whoc, Mat and Clot liintr If cxmrtuient Attached Dry OooiIn 8f ore, yi-tal- (...... S. Hi. Powers HCMNNE1 ; LINCOLN COUNTY. Co.'s Great Bargain Store, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THOS. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT Col. J. MBTCALF. bick." Davis. Mallorr & Co.. Davis & Co., Davis,Trabue&Co., firms and doing business as wholesale dealers in cotton, dry goods, notions, Louisville, have failed for S225.000. Plymouth White, alias Frank Parke, He was the prince 1 dead at Reading, Vt. and it is estimated that of confidence men, he hu fleeced the eulllble during his long life oat of nearly a million and a half dol lars. The Exposition building at New Or leans which coBt over a half million of dol lars and which contains over ten million feet of lumber, was sold at auction this week for $9,050. The whole concern was the most gigantic failure of the century. The leelslative. executive and judicial appropriation bill, as reported by the sub committee to the full Committee on Appropriations, aggregated $20,710,877, being $660,000 lees than the bill of last year. The estimates amounted to 21,4Ul,0So. A disgraceful row occurred at Frank fort between Bart Jenkins, Bergeant-at- Arms of the Senate, and his son Bill, Keep er of the cloak room. Bart hurled a glass at Bill, who responded by blailng away at the old man with a pistol. No damage. Bishop Turner, of the African 31. k. Church, attributes the recent storms, cy clones, floods etc., to the unbalancing which he charges to electric influences in the band of man. He thinks man went too far when he utilised electric- inter-connecte- d nt News csmes from Waahiogton by way of Louisville that Blackburn is laying the to the wires to defeat Beck for the reason being that as they live Senate, Bhould Beck be reso closo together, elected, Blackburn can not hope to be returned. As between the two we believe that the people infinitely prefer Beck even if ho does occasionally go wrong in the matter of a postoffice or such a matter. A story comes from Chicago, from s, whence anything good or true rarely that a man who lost an eye has had the missing member replaced with one from a rabbit, which he not only turns at will, but can see out of it as well as the nther. We do not vouch for the truth of this statement, wnd if any of our readers are skeptical they can write to the man and get the straight of it. emi-nate- i ( cost the people $109 to furnish ice for the Legislature, notwithstanding moet of the session wa in winter. And this too with that great retrencher and reformer, Bobbitt, warming a seat in the body, who promised upon a thousand stumps that the body should never see another piece of ice if he was sent to Frankfort. It is sad bat nevertheless true that Mr. Bobbitt did not keep his promise. The Offensboro Mtacnrjcr stake an over-tru- e "No man proposition when it says: In Kentucky politics save he who wins hustles around after votes. The office has quit seeking the man. It has all h can do skirmishing around to keep out of the clutches of some men." is "aid that the closing scenes of the Kentucky Legislature were so affecting that many memb:rs actually shed tears. We opine that they cried not so much at the parting as at the prospect of meeting an outraged constituency. It is too late to cry though. And now Carlisle Is catcblog it for securing the appointment of Nodler, a nondescript, as poitinaster of Covington, and he deserves the excoriations if his alleged promtees to Mr L E Casey, of the Com. nwnveallh, are true. It It TnE Paris Ktntudian contlnuej to appropriate Brother Barnes' letter without so much as intimating where they were taken from. If Craddock keeps on in this couree the first thing he knows he will be indicted for stealing. Ohio is also ecjoying a season of rejoicing, her Legislature having likewise resigned. Bid as waa ours, Ohio's was Infinitely worse. God pity her and us all. Gov. McCnEAnY continues to place us under obligations for favors. Logan's sweeping pension bill has the the Senate; pass-ee- d Gev. Knott re appointed Messrs. J. Pinkney Thompson, of Marion, and John D. Young, of Bath, Railroad Commission ers, and appointed Hon. I. A. Spalding, of Union, to succeed the late Hon. A. R. Boone, deceased, as a member oi the commission. The Senate Committee on Pensions has voted to postpone indefinitely the House Mexican Pension Bill and to report as a substitute substantially the Senate bill of last stolon, making dependence and disability the neceuary qualifications of a pensioner. A petition signed by 106,891 Scotchmen, protesting against Irish Home Rule, waa presented In Commons this week. It miles in length, was one and weighed 274 pounds, and was borne into the House on the shoulders of the stalwart attendants.' The convicts will be removed from Kensee mines within thirty days. The Mason & Foard Company have made a contract with Huntington to work several hundred convicts on the new railroad from Newport to Maysville, and they will shortly be employed there. The Cincinnati Art Mueum, built by the munificence of the late Charles W. West, who gave $160,000 upon the condition that the citlsens should give a like sum, and who afterwards gaye S150,000 to endow the museum, was thrown open to the public this week. It is located on the highest point In Eden Park. Brooke, alias Maxwell, the St. Louis trunk murderer, has made a written state ment of the method by which bis roomHe mate, Preller, came to his death. claims to have accidentally killed Preller whilo administering chloroform preparato ry to the performance ol a delicate surgic al operation. Hlssabjcquent actions he . . -- . - Ut be19 unauie 10 account lur, umuK iv utn 1... coming craz;d with excitement and drink after the death of Preller. one-fourt- h 1 to prosecul a went to Perryyille negro named Geo. Pope, charged 'lib g and stealing. C. H. Bdes went to defend the accueed man. The armv.worm Is devastating any of the oat fields in Bayle county, thtxutabot the worm is destroying the corn, and onlv circumstance we can refer to with comfort is, the Legislature has adjomed. The ireneral asaemblr of: the ctorea Cumberland Preibyterian church is pw in session here. Quite a number of thl delegates have arrived, some of them .aving the appearance of educated, InUligent men. e Mr. John Carter and Mies Ro y obtained license to marry or which evening, Immediately after they were married In the county clerke office by Judge Lee. Mr. Cartel srs he is a South Carolinian, Miss McClane is from Lexington. Monroe Baughman and Ton Irvine had a fight last night in the collge campus over a string of fish. The palce court thought this morning that Monroi was the aggressor and fined him $5 sad costs. Clay Tevis was up before the sane dread tribunal this morning charged wth throwing a brick through the wincbw of the colored Methodist church last right whlli a "featlbal" was In progrcH,bnt owing t ) a lack of proof escaped punishment. The home placs of the late J. M. M Ferran was sold Wednesday at public ort-cr- y to John M. Higginbotham for Geo.F. Anderson, of Garrard, at $70 per aw. There are 160 acres In the tract. 7he tract of 198 acres on the South end of the farm was sold to R. T. Brown, of Atlanta, Ga., at $62 per acre. The personality sold well: lone and short yearling calves brtng- Ine from S23 to $30: cows from $30 to $60. A pair of good work mules sold for p99. , T. D. Eoglish was auctioneer. Mr. J. W. Warde, the lame talloi who has been in the employ of P. A. Marls for several years past, has gone into besiness for himself. Mr. Fred Mlfler, the polite clerk in Gilcber's confectionery, was called to Louisville Monday night by the sudden and serious Illness of his father, Mr. Samuel Hogsett, a member of the Senbr class of Centre College, Is able to ride oat after a very serious illness from pneumonia. Mr. James R. Carrigan's friends will regret to learn that he Is no better. Wesley Purnell, who lives on Dr. Lewis' place on the Stanford pike, was arrested Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff W. B Moore, charged with shooting Wm. Lock brought to and Bobt. Turner. Purnell, when house in compatown, said that he waa in a two men ny with a young woman, when the admittance, threatenlpg to break demanded down the door if admittance was refused. y house-breakinMc-datWed-nesda- The telephone H. L. Giltner. late of Nicholal from Hnstonvillo and other connecting vllle. on Tuesdav nieht after supper places. charce of Gilcher's Hotel as landlord Mrs. Elixa Luca, near Mt. Salem, died years. the next three consumption after a long illness on the Mrs. Margarett A. Sandige, widow Jf of y 16th init. tho late Wyatt Sandige, died last Weda-daThe closing exercises of Miss Lvdla of consumption. She had bn night Lewis's school will take place on Friday, In bad health since the death ol her the 21st. eight months ago. Moses Cofley, of Yosemlte, has lately Robert Hanng County Attorney i is now in operation Jon B. FOSTER. MetmM ALWAYS & Wmtm, -- moved to this place and set np a shingle IN THE MARKET. AND- he drew a pistol and fired three times at accidental-l- y Turner, Bhootlng him twice and Lack once. Turner was shot in shooting tho, (Woh nnd arm and Lock In the arm Judge Lee, upon hearing tho above state e ment releaied Purnell on bis own until Saturday, when an investigation will take place. It is thought that neither Turner nor Lock are seriously wounded. The volcano, Mount --Etna, is in an active atate of eruption, oj,..i.i Tiofil nf CMmeo. counsel for aulteau, Is In jail in New York forHiieapw i. propriatlng funds belonging James Morrison, an old citizen of Scott . county, was killed by a Cincinnati couth-.nn a bridna near eiu i..tn nunc .iirin uiu ktu Georgetown. recog-niatne- Purnell further says that when be admitted the men that Turner assaulted him, when "''h machine. The ordination of J. M. Bollng will take place at the Baptist church, at this place, on next Saturday. Ambrose Butt has been stopping at the Veranda Hotel this week. He bought a fine buggy horte from John Goode for$125. E. Tarrant Is traveling for the Home Library Association. G. A. Richards baa Lexreturned from Commercial College, ington, with a diploma. Arch McKinney, seining in his small , a ntK.r dav for a mess of fish caught a German carp weighing 6J pounds. This speaks well for the carp as n w uu. j two or three years old. " This community was shocked last Sunday by It being reported that two young unexmen, whose morals were heretofore On their receptional, bad gone fishing. were turn, however, only two young crows poMetsloB. found in their There Is a certain young doctor In this ..ttnn hn his peculiar superstitious no- .t.,. .ktii Mrr! Knntine. He thinks the sign is only right for hunting them on Sun. day and he hunts only for Crows. There is also a certain young merchant of the same inclination as the doctor. Dr. Cox and son have been talking hats and stoves and tinware to our thla week. J. W. Carley, with Bmberger, String A Co., gave McKinney a call last week. He Is a jolly, good fellow. O. C. Yates, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his relatives, Dr. Eites family. blue-gras- s The old farmer princes of the for keep' region are not to be blamed ing vicious dogs to protect themselves against lightning rod agent?; but we think these dangerous dogs ought to be trained .. i . .it.i!nilnn Klwn this class and '.hose endeavoring to circulate choice food for the famished minds oi lltert the pt V,e- There has been a most Interesting rechool-hmii- n vival going on at tha South Fork t for the last nine days, conducted by the Rev. W. R. Davidson, assisted by Rev. Jas. M. Caleman. It is most remarkable It loomed to inrinz up spontaneously On last frnm rmnlir church meetice. congrega Rhhth there was an immense inn tmm all mirronndlne towns. So far have been 68 additions. Great inter th est has been manifested and it is hoped much good will ensue. H. C. Jones is now in Hustonvllle pre nortno (nr his Texas business. Miss Clara Ritih returned from Rockcastle county on last Saturday. G. W. Jones and wife have cone to Cincinnati. Misses Sarah and Eliza Reynolds, of Wayneeburg, are visiting their sister. Mrs. Montgomery. Mrs. Nan cy Milton has been lying very low for some n Florence Barcer. of James tima town, passed through the other day to Mac Fogle's, in Casey county. From all appearances there will be a wedding In high life near here In a few days. A kind of trat'ical or farcical circum stance we can't tell which took place at a toll gate near here a few nights since. A man and his wife attending church, got in to a wrangle with the female gate keeper whether people should pay toll attending church or not. While the heated controversy was going on the masculine gatekeeper appeared upon the ecene, having forgotten to put on any garment but his shirt The man and his wife having their sensibilities somewhat nbashed, rode cfl, while the irrate man followed them some distance making hostile demonstrations, his lonesome nocturnal garmsnt fluttering in the brcezs. mer-chants -te Low 3PjL-ice- fj a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, All of cur aujir wm IoujUI tfor tbe Kltanc inl mo Ik kI.I it the mbh oU ptc. Our Hardware, Embracing Everything, UDiurptMil for only IiTtrjchnp. WebtTf rfctntlj rfitlilonf-hlfn- f br Bt, ui you to call and examine coodi. Is that It toautjind con tenirDr. Our UUKKNH WAKE, rootlitlut of Dlnnr. builntti Cbtn T sod eiclUnt. Tliwe eoodi r bouibt from flrtt binJi nj dlrroiaitltlon to Mini w. for ! our Horn with toxp METCALF WOMEN fc FOSTER. MENEFEE, & Uralrra In til ilnliof Farming Implements and Machinery, f2sflksiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiufl Vine 'Bmmm&mi -- fJanfftafges '9 sukhi:vn, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Grain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Conl, JCuiuber, Etc IP way -- LfjIfat compounded, PHARMACISTS, DBALKIS IN- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and rancy mriuioo. FbyilcUnt' pncrlptloni accurately JEWELERS. ijjj8 Et Tge gtoclr. of Watches, Olooko, Jewelrv and Silverware i bought to this market J'rlcw jwsr tnan the LowPtt. WatenM, uiocii ana jewtirj on ihoit notleo and Warranted. iL' i, i . -- "'rttS M,.4U. 3. T ,- -jr v '"Y fV ,wl .C f WPT" $ wti-ffiteek- lB Inttriorioumal May BALLADE OF THE REAL AND IDEAL AT TEE UNION DEPOT. THE FUNNY AND THE PATHETIC THINGS ONE MAY BEE. THE FISHERMAN'S HOME. The StanfordWoolen Mills. Stanford. Ky., W. P. WALTON. visions of tremendous, Of trout of unusual weight, 21, 1880 Of writers that wander as Ken dooi; Yo come through the ivory gatol Hut tho tklea that bring novor a tpato, Hut tho flics thnt catch up in a thorn, liut tho creel that It baxron of freight, 0, CHESAPEAKE JIND OHIO HY AU Sort Oate-Keepers Through tho portals of bom I 0, dream oftbo fates that attend us With prints in tho oarlleit ttato; Off the Cape of Good Hopo Early In 0, bargain! In books that they tend ui, Yo como through tho ivory goto' 1883 A Stern Cliaie anil- - a Coming Hut tho tomo of a dubious date, Gala A Summons to Surrender Hut tho quarto that's tattorod and torn, Tho Escape "Gooil.Uyw." And bereft of a titlo or dak?, Our Tojrago continued prosperous, and Through tho portals of horn! nothing suspicious was discovered until on dreamt of tho tonguos that command us, morning when vro woro oft the capo of QooJ 0, Of crowns for tho lauroato pate Hope, ns we were tailing along with n fresh Of a public to buy and befriend ui, broere right aft, in tight of Table mountain, Yo como through tho ivory gate! at tbo entrance of the harbor of Capo Town, Hut tho critics that slash us and tlato, with Capo Legulliu about twenty uillw Hut tho pooplu that hold us in tcorn, distant ou the port bow, Hut tho torrow, tho scathe, and tho hatn, A cIom lookout was constantly kept, and Through tho torUU of born! If coming from a before long, imoke, m ENVOY. sUxuner clov under the knd, apparently bound to the eastward, wax reported. Boon Fair dreams of things golden and groat, her hull npixxirod in tight, and by the aid Yo come through the Ivory gato; of a glati I made out that the wit u low, Hut tho facta that aro bleak and forlorn rakUUIooklng craft, neither liko a Through tho portals of horn1 nor a limn ban t iUmiiit, but at tho Andrew Lang. dlitAnce aha was from ui It wai impo4lile Tho I'ligltlvrt at l'ltuliuri: Igniting. to ell definitely what she was. I nrr the circumstance it made mo feel very There Uono thing, by tho way, which I have never teen dlacussod to any great ex In a few momenU the dlseovwcd u, m tent, and that It, the expression! of lntonto km eTident by ber ahvrlng lier conro and disgust made by the troops who advanced tfexirinc directly toward u. at the nine on the day of tbo battle to bring us aid at time holttlng the American Hug. I felt that the appearances at tho landing and the in It mutt I the famout Alabama, and that memo numbers of refugees who had colwe would bo safer out of bur company Hut lected at that point. They fall to consider It wu a cvo of tallt and steam cotnlunod the fact that the number of supernumeraries againtt tallt alone. The stamiT was closing In an army it seldom leas than 30 par cent, up with m, and presently her tlgnalt, uk-In- g as they IncluJo tbo musicians, teamsters, "What thlp it that'" could t read. 1 employe, hospital attendant, tlx men dehoisted the American flag, fteltrif certain tailed for dilTrrent purposes, and tho of that the steamer's captain would not U tho woundod who were ablo to go back to deceived in the bull I and appearance of my tho rear, and who In this battle amounted hl, and, If i tpiI any more then 1 watflyIn my own dag to 5,000 at n low estimate, Tboy forget wai to be taken, I would that all of thess were concentrated at ono to the last. The tteamer then hoisted Uk point at the landing. tlgnalt, "llearo to, I want to spook you," They forget that while the nvcrago bottle liut tntUod of complying with tblt request, docs not last over throe or four Lours, this I hauled my thlp about four polntt to th battle lost I from sunrlso to sunset, and touthward, bringing the wind on oui that tbo line wot driven back only one and quarter, aud made all tall, which Increased a quarter miles during tho entire day. In our speed from eight to ten knots per hour. tho ordinary batUo tho refugees fall back at Seeing; thlt evolution, the steamer throw oQ right angles and aro scattered along at inall disguise, hauled down the "stars and terval of from onn to twenty miles, while stripes," hoisted the "stars anil bare," and in this case they could not go further than fired a tbot directly at ui, but the tho landing, barely a mllo and a half from dUtanco wai too great, aud it fell far the center of the conflict. Let them consider short. Then the ixuoke commtnood to pour this and they will And that this nppearanco out of the t'.eamer't funnel In brary, black of hud no real exlstonoo. volume, all tall wat made, and the chaos Gen. lllckcnlooier in Cincinnati Sun. man-of-wa- r began. gun, out nu icu tnoru She was now about three miles astern, I rolling and pitching into the im, which was every minute growing heavier and heavier, I the tprny flying over at tltuos to at almost , to hide her from tight' The tea striking us ( aUuun would wet us from stern to ttern and tend the spray up to the very tops. The In- - j teno excitement and aaxly feit at this . ssomimt are more eatlly Imagined than dwcriUiL At interval strong flaws of wind bo- tokonod a calo at bond. A heady tho wind Our distance from Ox bad IncreatM. tttamer hal lessoned, the wns now only about a mile astern; occasionally a shot from her forecastle gun came over or near us. They hoped to disable tho ship in ipan or rigging, out ueir aim was unoerr-i- o, owing to the heavy tax However, mow than onco their shot went through tails and fortunately doing no material! Noticing a commotion on deck, 1 ( called tho mate to ascertain the cause, lie , inforuie 1 me that the crew were frightened, or pret tided to be, at the shots from the privateer, and expressed a determination to take in tall and let the Alabama come up , with us to preveut further risk of their I Fortunately I had grod ofllcen lives, on whom I could rely. I ordered them to get their revolvers, aud told the stonnrd to get mine. Thou, muttering the crew on the quarterdeck, I told them thoy were engaged in a terioui mutiny, aud tho tint man who refusal duty or attempted to Interfere with tho orders of tny ofllcers would In shot on the spot. They rcnllred tho situation and promlieJ obedUne. Half tho nftenioon was gono. Tho tea was rUiug all tbo time, and both tblpj ttralnsd hoavlly at Uiey rolled to wind-war- d with tho press of canvas they were carrying. The stwuuer could no longer stand thu strain, and in came her light sails. When I aaw this I felt sure of our oicnpo if tho wind would only hold Ita strength. Wo therefore took in our tkymils and thelr lorwasuo -- Klowly and surely tho steamer kept gain Ing on us, tending shot after shot from HUJWLY HUT IUKM.T OAl.flSO OX tH. Designing Sirens of the Stage. What mav be naincxl a nocullar branch 0( fomlnlno industry bat boon recently do- veiopcd bore. It consists of tho entrapping jnto matrimony of silly and ooncoitod young mttli jth rich fathers, by shrewd, though Tho unscrupulous, burletmo actresses, young men, commonly classified as dudoa, mtimcntal nctrooet under iy Improwdon tlege to tbo are irresistible, the that thoy tho yonug women are to much more MtuU and artful than their botleger that tnMC imVe no tort of chanco with them. They end by becoming deporatoly cnam- orvj 0f them at least they fancy they are giving them costly presents, elaborate suppers, everything, In thort, that money will buy. HUH tboy are at far from winning tbeir attocUcns at at tho outset, and aro at Hint they lat plainly told they can mutt agree to marrlago before havo any boj of capturing their histrionic hoarta Htrangely enough, although marriaso novor entered jnto u,lr calculation at first, they not yield. Then tho rich pnpa, ng ( hit son's amorous imbecility, buys jjw young woman oft, and tho releases her Half a latest victim to secure another. doun wealthy Now Yorkers hove, within a year, purchanod their boys freedom from thcto adventuresses by paying liberally lor It New York Letter. ut hear-damag- e. ' r Work f IIorii KcUor-Orliult"Never got your knife ground on the cutlery man to street, " tnld a a reporter. "Whyf" asked the reporter. TAK1KQ A MOIIE 8KIU0VS VIKW. "Hecnuso tho chanced nro that In nlno To tako a more serious viow of travel an 1 Scissors-grindincoses out of ten It will bo ruined. has but to go to tho is n poor man's trade, and I don't travelers tho observer t Aggage-rooand there wait Ho noed not liko to iwik about tho frauds in tho bust- wait long ere ho sees troublo in its most nest, just becauso tho ono hontt man In ten common form. Lost baggage will plunge may tutlor by It llioluct is that Italian of desperaman into a the lurs, or whatever thoy ore called capi- tion average to appalling degree as quickly as any nest perhaps tho tamo who operate in talist, other than tho elopeliavo known cnuso on earth, and hurdy-gurdlliandorgans ment of his sweetheart with tho other felg largo numters of tbo little bought up losj of boggago Is tomothlag machine that nra ued in tho low. "Tho ono general baggagemastcr reastonishing," streeta. They leaso these to Italians, who when asked concerning tho matter. know as littlo about grinding a knifo or marked wo find wo havo baggage on our "When . !.& al.l.. < ..sin!... It. fi.l wa ' pair of tcisiors as a blacksmith. Theso fel..! HIO UiJi IQI. v..v ... liv. nv rUJIUB, mill hands that has gono ntray wo koop it a few could not have carried them much longor lows go nbout tho city, gather up knives, dayt, hoping that tho owner will come faanyhow, for the wind Increased and blow and literally ruin thorn. 1 havo teen knives it If tho owner does not como wo thoa passod lack to the cools as sharjwntxl which in fitful guits, a sure sign a gale was brewopen trunk, valUo, or whatever it is and ing. The tea continued to rlMi, and I now merely had the tanilth rubbod olT until Uie search for letters or other papers tbot will off a rwiple of blmlo lookod bright and now. That isn't bo discloso felt tafo in keeping the ship If wo get a clue the ownership. points, to bnng tho wind and sua on our bud as w hen they round up a blmlu to that thus wo at once write to the party and to siege on th) grindttono quarter. The tteamor followed my exam- it takes a regular evry roron mentioned in tho lottcrs, as ple, both vessels rushing through tho water to put it in proper thnpo aguliL There are well as to the postmasters of tho towns from sciton-grlude- r at tttclr highest rate of spred, and both do- nt least H) of thcto bogus which tbo letters camo and to which tboy ing their level best. Hut she no longer in Now York city and thoy ought to bo ar- were addressed. ogoncy is Every rested at frauds. Now York Tribunes. gained on us. employed to And tho owner, but in spite of A BUUUO.NS TO KUIUIENDEIU oil this I venture to say that not onco in How to Secure Water Supply. twenty times do wo Und thoso whom we I kopt oil drad before tbo wind on our About a year ago I saw tome articles on search for, no matter what tho lost property course duo oast This brought tho steamer storing wind power. Ono of them, I may bo. Why this is to I can not say. I abeam, the altering her course as we did, was for pumping wator in a reservoir only state the fact hoping to keep us in sight until tho wind for Irrigation puroes. I have an idoa of "Onoo a year we have a regular ealo, and sea moderated. Sho now closed up using tho tamo forco in a still simpler way, with us as noar a safety would permit, provided locality suits tho case, vlr., to after each ploco or parcel of lost boggago, together with the number of tbo chock, has nnd, bailing ut, asked where wo were bound, make that untiring fellow,,v, tho wind, bring been widely advertised, as is required by ana oohuuiuuik u uxi?uuih v. .u uuy vu, ... 1x., low. Now and then the rightful owner Is I answer tbo Confederate government where, on tho lowest means through my trumjx,t "C.mo and toke d; u bult ,nt0 hlch by this trunks, found, but only rarely. We of , a valbes or what not just as tbo by projmr drainage, tell are, without being opened, nnd so the tho water!, .toctl thoy when tho tnow melts. "trXZ. ". i.r Is generally dlsposod of. Often iuo rolling Ul llie uugB Ulliuna, ntmi .1. jiua.iii strip of lost property To bring ths snow ou tho ity of tho vetejels too dangerous, we sepa- land, it is simily noccssary to build n high lost trunks contain good, oven valuable rated n little and had recourse to black- fenco in a north and south direction, on tbo clothing, and other articles of dross, ornaboards to carry on our conversation. east tide of which tho snow will accumulate ment or utility, and why tho ownors novor appear to claim them, or why thoy should ecmmoah0awu.ro w wrs, uu . ,afflcloiit quantity, almost j winter, haelost sight of them altogether is more ,mR. I to fill a rrvolr, if thob.truct' than I know. Uaggngo checked locally or lvo fenco is at loast from tii to f 0 rods in tercept me if ho knew I was to pass through ' length; but better than a fence would bo n for short distances is seldom lost beyond recovery; it is tbo boggago that is checked tbo straits of Sunda. Thou ho had tho bolt of forebt trees, of nt least two rows of throngh on long travel ana that Is subjected cheek to order mo to "haul dstrn your flag ovcrgroons. in Scientific Ainori-cao- . to various changes that Is lobt" St Paul "G. 0." and surrender, escopo or no escape, on a Pioneer lress. kind of parolo, I suppose he infant I wrote on tho board: "First capture, then parolo." llrlilgliiB the Gulf nf Hllenre. A Kellef for Tired Eyes. This answer vexed him, I am sure, for ho Is tho human rnco not to blamo for the immediately wrote: "Surrender or I will deep sitonco of ages of tho lower animals) In these days of study nnd sedentary sink you." I wrote: "That would bomur. Tho child does not acquire speech by work, requiring much use of tho eyes, thoy dor, not battlo." "Call It what you will, I it has to lo taught SupjiOM) that often becomo so tired that they refuse to do will do it," he wrote. "Attempt it, and by tho tamo care had been mnnlfcutod to brood good work. This is particularly truo when the living God 1 will run you down, and wo animals in regard to Intelligence nnd educa- tbo work is dono hi a poor light, or whon it will sink togothor." I wrote in reply. I knew tion that has been given to children or has is very flno work. Few oyos will bear such his threat wns vain, for in that hoavy tea, I been expended to produco bloodod stock, treatment for any length of time without rolling his sails under, ho did not daro to fleet limbs, silky hair aud pug noses. Train- being spoiled. Tho question Is often asked free his guns, which were already double-- ' ing and soloctlon could accomplish but little us, "What can bo dono in such cases I" lashod. Thoy would havo carried away in several generations, perhaps, but carried There Is ono remedy for tired oyes that has their tacklos nnd gono through tbo bulwarks on for a century would develop a mental great value. It consists In mossago with overboard. Conscious that ho had mado evolution in lower animals surpassing our tho hand wot in cold or cool water. Fill a empty threats, ho tald no more, but Solect two animals of each basin with it, and. standing over it, wot the wildest fancio kopt on our course. hand with as much cold wnter us It will hold upoclos, having tho highest mental faculties, Ball was still further reduced on both vesand breed and teach thorn and their descend- and apply It to tho oyes, at tho tamo tlmo sels as tho wind kept increasing, and was ants by thomsolvos, nnd tho problem of comwith tho thumb and forefinger giving ths now blowing a gala Wo wero now graduContinue the munication across tho gulf of lilenco which eyos a gentlo manipulation. ally aud surely drawing ahead of tho separates man and mammal would toon be process for four or flvo minutes sovoral Restonmer. It was now growing dark. solved W. II. Hollou, in New Orleans times a doy. The results nro often nlrtiwt joicing at my fortunate escape, I gavo tho marvelous. Cincinnati Enquirer. valllnnt Sommos a parting shot by hoisting " Dipping tho Only tho slave by instinct is tho tyrant on Athletio sports in England nro now passthe signal "Good-bye- . banner, as n salute, 1 hauled It opportunity. K. V. MnrthulL ing through a period of depression. down, and tho steamer was soon lost to WILL YOU bim hK with Djipeplt nnd 1 It-- r tight in tho darknoss. I never saw her after nhKliri.Bcii Mtllllti, lusUouiltersbU by that Cciup.'alnir SMIoh's Vraihwr J guMantiiil In our escape, but, Indirectly, tho forced mo to terrible ootisti oblljU't OWi- Is tho roiuiJy lor 1 cr mlu hy .M. L. Uourue. soil my Bhlp in China soon after. "R F. B.1 ion. For tale tt M, b. bourne'. en re you. in The Argonant T. well-know- n g slssors-grlndlnpo-lbl- o of Vasteboardi Thrust at the Tho Nervous Ones of Surging Crowd A Serious View of the mtnuficturlag when wool Isftirnlsn-r.J?- 9 Travel nnd Travelers. m foUows.' Csrdlog and spinning, l&Hc; There's a lullaby toft and tender, ng and Bplanlng doubllne tnU twining, Let anyono with an eyo nnd Inclination Card ng, spinning and wearing Meat Jeans, 25c As sho hu hes her babo to its rest; Usidlng, spinning and wearing white Llnsey, 2Se to tho humorous but tpond a day, or half a Her thoughts are all with tho fisher oven, at tho I'nlon depot, day, or an hour "'"a In bis toil on tho ocean's breast It. JHATTIXGLV, I'ro'r. wlioro to many classes and conditions of peo-pl- o all tbo There's a prayer in tho fisherman's dwelling are jostling against each other ! day lung, and if ho Is not rowardod with an For one on the stormy deep, olio of comlo ovents, with a fair share of Through tho hours of weary waiting, it will bo serious, pathetic and Through tho babe's unconscious sleep. The editor it n to tnnounce to hit bocauto he utterly falls to catch on and apresders that Kom D. Plume, wno wrot Dr. Bourne's tunny adrrUtemnu, Is dead. The Cradle him, ocean billows, preciate what rtally transpires. IsrgetnoDles paid him (or writing this column Cradle him, ocean foam, are as sorely tried hour Tho m v.H.iwg v. in, uiiu turn ue uieu ui Waft him, O favoring breeies, by hour, perhaps, as any other of tho optoo much Kkirtneu. Dr. Bourne It determined, however, to give his And bring the fisherman homo! erative forco of the station. Whenever a T." In Sunday Magazine. matter what, or no Is called, train "a "I""!'" the benefltof this Urge salary in prices. whore its destination, tho waiting crowd niako a rush for tho exits, and then tho Mtdiana, Fancy ArticUs, Toilet Goods, iVu-i- e KEEPING OUT THE COBWEBS. strugglo between tho doorkeepers and the McrehandUe, Spectacles, JnKrumcnU, waiting throng begins. Dozens of tickets How Presidents Have Kept Their Mlndi Jtutln, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing ladle. are thrust at tbo doorkeepers all at onco, Sponges, Knira, Paper, Blank Boots, Clear by Caring; for Thnlr Ilodlct. nro nnd among them all at loast SlaUs, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mix President Cleveland Is tho only president for trains that won't bo ready say for ed Famts, in our history who tooms to have no amuse ErerTthlng Brushes, Varnishes hours. The same Impatlont people will rekept in a firtUclssa Drug more, all of Goorgo WtMhlngtot peat tho effort time nnd again whllo they monts whatsoever. which It new, fresh and superior, he hu on nra wnltinc in fact, ntarlv every tlmo a was noted for his muscular development a dozen hsnd Jtaciielora, and will furnish train is called. Their astonishment at be- He was fond of jumping, and to tho lasi any good looking Itdy who dealt with him with choloeofthelot. Watch thlt column for list of Is at times monumental, and day of his Hfo kept a pack of hounds foi ing refused oxlt namns, or call at hunting. He could danoo upon occasion, they complain of outrage and incivility. and be was careful enough of his health tc Bomne'a New Then all sorts of pasteboards are thrust Drug and Book Store, go to bed every night at 10 o'clock. Jeffer at tho gatekeepers to bo punched. For son wss a great horseback rider, and he rode only a day or so ago a woman throughout the country about Washlngtot enraged at ono of tho gatekeepers A NEW dally during his presidency. He usually be would not punch a milk ticket which the held out to him, nor would the spent two hours In the saddle, and ho wat Baggy & Implement House. undorstAnd that the had mlxod up hor fond of mixing with his fellows. At hu tickets and might unconsciously bo keeping borne at Montecello, be paid great attentlot a railroad ticket with whlth to purchase a to farming, and be often walked about tht I will la s lew dtjt open t street of Washington whllo in tho Whitt quart of mltk another day. House. When Cleveland was inaugurated, Pull Lino of Agricultural ImpleTIIK KEIIYOUB ONZfl OF THK CUOWD, ments, The people who are about to set out on a the press was full of wonder at his gstting journey, long or short, becomo more or loss up for breakfast at 8 o'clock In tbo morn A. nervous and irritable. It Is no uncommon ing, and tho whole nation patted him on the With the reliable Walter head.Wood Uarrestlng Machines it the Alio a thing for the nervous one to step up to tho back for it, as it were. Still Washington ticket ofllco, oaU for a ticket and express got up at daybreak, and Jeffsnon crawled unutterable astonishment when tbo urbane out as toon as the light struck his chamber. fall Line ot Bnggies and Wagon agent asks "Where tor They tako it for John Adams,, who was as fat proportion- Alwsy s on hard. la connection with my Imgranted the agent should have known they ately as Cleveland Is, uaed to take a walk plement business, I will also carry a from thv White House around tbo capita were going to Portland and not to PittsCompleto Stock of Lumber, burg, of coureo. "To prevont people from before his breakfast, which, by the way, h climbing on wrong trams Is something that took as early as Cleveland, and bis son John Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything si keeps us at our wits' ends every lay," said Qulncy Adams, was wont to go down to th station officer recently, "and if we wore Potomac and take a swim before ho ate hii a Low us any eue. not as wuw as serpent and inquisitive as morning meal Hoth of the Adamses woro great walkers, solicit a ihsre of your patronage Itesptclfully, overy day numbers of peoplo reporters, would head toward Jerusalem who wish to and whllo John Qulncy Adams was presi r I. M. UltUCE. bo to lied Winn. Bomo oven get so con- - dent he used to walk out to tho rooe course, fated that wo hare to put them on thelr two miles from here, and back again whenever any great sport was on hand. Andrew trnin bodily or they would go astray. jstfamBKsisisistBV. Heedless ones step up to the news stand to Jackson was a hard worker, but bo was a get their baggage checked, or insist upon democratic fellow, and ho liked horse racbuying a package of hot peanuts from the ing, cock fighting and a good social smoke. r man is belie often attended tbo cock tights on the ticket seller. Tho sought to glvo schedule time of trains at the Washington heights, above Sixteenth street, Is besieged to exand at one of thi greatest races of tho days ' flpsHsMisMrr'QVl V sbibibibH mine time the train-calle- r .HBBtsMy plain where a sandwich can bo found. "Oh, of his presidency be had a horse of his own admitted in tho name of his private secrewe havo a hard time of it keeping tho traveling public straight," said he, as ho heaved tary, MnJ. Donotton. President Harrison sigh. There is tho old man was a great walker, aud be did much of bit a nnd hit wife who rush in wildly to catch a own marketing during his short stay in the train that will not start for an hour or White House. He would get up and go tc more, and their grots) of questions must bo market before breakfast, and though he wat answered: tho chap who goostotltep, raiHees an old man be often went about without an his train by two hours and then goes off on overcoat Frank Pierce was another great horseback a tangent and a bum; the woman with bird IisibibibiHbCssW'w rider, and he was accustomed to gallop cages, pus nnd flower pots; tho family group who prepare to havo a picnic in ths through the street! of Washington at midhall and throw bits of rejected fat pork on night on a flno blooded steed. Buchanan jsjrKjtMKvffi 'BfcyiftisvyTrJFfesisisWlS the floor; the sick mother, with several puny was a great beau socially, and ho did torn sov-erwalking. Lincoln drove about somewhat, children and no helper; tno man witn struggling dogs; tho many who are and it was not uncommon to see him on the frantlo because they can't koop their eyes streets here. He liked tbo theatre, and a constantly on their baggage; tho unlucky box was arways reserved for him. Grant ones who havo lost their purses or forgotten walked up and down the broad pavement In front of the white houto for an hour or two jiarcola, and to on and so on. very morning, and his lovo for horses and But mote than all tho sweeping, surging crowd, Uiat swears at being restrained oven driving amounted to a pasdon. He was not WMUWy ' gWJQtCtfsg :Tii3tttyMi sMssMtTTn for a moment, and that proslsts in attempts t verso to having fellows coll upon him in way through tho depot, plump the ovening, and he partook of much social to force its into a cushioned seat on tho track by tbo enjoyment Hayes' reign was a great one socially, and Arthur kept his houso filled tlmo ono can draw three succeeslvo breaths. It Is a pandemonlnm at times. A herd of with guests, and took a long drive in the "Carp," in Cleveland dally, Toxas cnttlo aro hard to manage, but it is country harder to manage a human herd bound on Loader. travel. Curious Old Custom of Qnarrymcsu There's a light in tho fisherman's dwelling, Highest Market Prlco Tald for Wool. And a gleam in the fisherman's homo; We tre ttow prepared to rutnuhcture It beckons bim over the waters, ool for ftrramlnthelwstnitnner. As we shall tnske a Athwart the mist and tbo foam. !E?rViftori?,TO3!rwV,uc thUtM9n. we ret- wool Into Blankets, There's a song in the f Sherman's dwelling, Jeans.LlnMri,8tockIogto be mtdeFUnnels, Itolltl Yarn, While the good wife makes it fair, U.e wl" kw,P consttntly on bsod s stock of goods which we will exebsnge for wool on For ths lovo that lightens labor, terms Wool bought at the market price. And ths joy of lovo is there. Prices for Washington, Fhiladolpbla and Now York. The only line running AH Kciilnckj'g ISonlo East ros -- 3 f"h FULLHAX NEW SLEEPING CARS A SOLID TRAIN VSOM Louisville, Oinolnnati & Lexington, to Washington Oity, Connecting In the tame depot with Zy. BOXJENE hesrl-urokr- serio-comi- door-koejio- s. The Direct Route to Lynchburg. Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia (and North Carolina Points. Fortlckett and farther Information, applr to your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Mon. roe, General Agent, Lexington, Kj. Past Trains for Wow York. WivIICgt,!,? H.W.PDUEB, President, Oen'l Ptts'r Xz'i, Richmond. Virginia. Ra-sor- ono-tblr- d O. fcM. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI from I. W The direct through line and old established route o, o Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii and all points in tho West. Two (2) Three Only XO Dilly Trtlnt (S) from Lonlirllle to St; Louli. Dally Trains from Clnclnntti to Bt, Louli. from Louisville and Cincinnati to St. Louis. hours Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a Through Slooping Car From Cinclnstl to 8t. Louis. O &:TwT lthonlTfrom LoulsTlllS through tud Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes belie mtdo up of a combination of small roads. The Ohio A. Mliilsslpnt KallwaT ruin P.1.H.1 Bleeping Cart on night trains; Luxuriant Par- lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach- ea on all trains. DnEmTHCl?!li0.Dnec.lIon,.,rB UNION dlrerging lines by tbeO. A Railway, thus avoiding troblesome trans- M. fers by other routes. The Ohio 4 MlMltsIppt Btllwty it the only line between Louisville, tlncinntti and Bt. Louis under one management, running all iu tralnt through solid and In consequence is recognised between those Cities. Thfi "lln HJ-tr- SJS or lunch-counte- Apply to ticket Agenti of connecting lines for full particulars as to rates, time, maps, circulars tny desired information, or write to , ROBT. H. FOBJf AN, Jrr..TVp,M- - A? l R'T. Somerset, W.M.PEABOI5Y. W.i.SHATTUC, Pres. and Gen'l Man'gr, Gen. Pass. AK't. Cincinnati, 0. H deep-eeate- d gjs In Oh H raiiof IS HlvO L.&N. Louisville & Nashville E, R. THB O SEAT MTLJHHH THROUGH TRUNK LINE, 10 X1IB- a! SOUTH & WEST with Pullman Palace Sleepers. LenlBville to Nashville, Atlanta, Memphis, Montgomery, Mobile nnd New Orleans. Only one change to points In lilltle Rock, A curious old custom among tbo quarry-moof tho isle of PurLeck was observed recently nt Corfe castle. There is among the quarrymen a charter bearing tho date oi 1MI, which is rigorously obeyed, in order to keep the working of the stone quarries in the isle of Purheck in the hands of tho freemen. To be ablo to tako up one's freedom one must bo tho legitimate son of a freo-maHo must be 21 years of age, up to which tlmo his wages belong to his parents. Once during the year tho quarrymen meet at Corfo castle town hall and there road tho charter, and on that occasion-nam- ely: Shrove Tuesday "free boys" claim and take up their freedom. Each man ha to sign the roll of freemen, pay a foa of six shillings eight ponce, provide a penny loaf made on purpose by tho baker of the place, and to buy a pot of beer. The man thus sworn in becomes his own master. Should any of tno freemen desire to marry during the next year ho has to pay the n The Bucket Pumb & Water Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Is an improvement on any Pump or Elevator yet Invruttd. Thn cups descending lull of strand as- Seeklsg homes on the line of this road will receive cending full of water, circulates the air Irom botspecial rates. tom to top of cistern or well, remoTlcg wiggles, "8ee Agents of this Company lor rates, routes water bugs, and rendcrlog the water pure, remov- Ac, or write ing ill color, bad taste or smell. Tblt Pump has C. P. ATMORE, G.P.AT.Ay an Improved chain; no links to get twitted; each Louisville, Ky nup Is soldered permanently, and isttead ol a link, a flat piece ot galvanized Iron Is tied. Do not purchase a pump until you aee this. Very respectfully, Purmer W. II. IIIGGI-VN- . KENTUCKY "Blue-Gras- s CML L I MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD, KY. E. H. BUENSIDE, - Fropr Ronfe." Shortest and Quickest Bouta from Oen tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Lint Between stewards "a marriage shilling," and should ho neglect to do this his wife loses all Interest in tho quarry, and cannot tako ssn apprentice to work for her. Chicago Tribune. & This Old and Well - Known LEXINGTON Effect CINCINNATI . Schedule In Oct. 11, 1S85. Hotel Still Maintains iu High Reputation, Mo. 6, 0.12 "NoTT-Dally AND South-Bouh- d. &S.ttL& :..'..":. X7Zlb n, i, i. I .... .,i, t..,t XA:T::. Proprietor it Determined th&t Historian llancroft't Lessons In Knglhh. Iti Shall be tiecond to no Country it Mr. George Bancroft, tho famous hisHotel in the State in its Fare, torian, has with bira this winter a grandAppointments, or Attendaughter, alicautlful girl of SO, who was tion to Oomfort of born in Germany, and has lived in that their Guests. She boa never been ?ountry all her lite. in the United States until now, and, alHtsrage n it fomejud to and from the & though hor fattier was born in Massachusetts free of thargt. Special accommodations to Commercial Trtvelert. The Bar will end Uved there until bis marriage, tho alnari supplied with the eboleesl daughter can speak but a few words of brand or Llqaors aid dura. Mr. Bancroft, instead of employEnglish. ing a teacher for her, gets up at 7 in the A morning, takes a cup of coffeo and a roll, and then spends an hour before tho family brsakfufit giving her lessons In English. Tbo old gentleman, although over MJ years of age, goes out to ovening parties as QlOUISYItytwilSAIT CHICAC6H?l(a the escort of this grandchild, of whom ho Is cry proud, and acts as nor interpreter in conversation with thoso who do not under- Through Coaohos and Pullman Every after-iioostand French or German. Slooping Oars. too. ha is teen taking his horseback From ride with Mr. Spotford, tho congressional librarian, according to ths custom they havo IiOtmvllIe to Chicago, foliowed for many year. Chicago Times. Ex. Bun, Lvs. Covington... Ex. Sun. 8 10 10 '29 p n 11 00 p m " Falmouth..., " Cynthlaua. Arr. Parla... " Lexington... 8 10 9 55 11 02 11 40 12 87 am am am am pm 3t pm pm " Rowland Lve. Blcbmond... Arr. Eerea " Livingston NOBTH-BODlt- Lve. Parts Arr. Winchester 11 Richmond... " Lancaster .... 11 45 a 03 12 SO p mill 40 2 00pm mil 17 Din p ml BSSp ra pm 610 pm 725 pa 2 2 4 8 6 00 82 87p m pci pm 15 pm 6 00 p m 2 05 pm 8 80 pm 6 00am - No. 11 Ho. 3 8 00 10 22 11 45 7 15 8 05 11 No.l 1 a, Arr. Richmond . Lve. Rowland.,, " Lancaster Arr. Richmond., Lve. Richmond Arr. Winchester Arr Paris Lve. Lexington Lve Paris Lve. Livingston. " Berea a m am am 00am, ami, am I .... . hor-odst- dog-god- ly Times-Democra- t star-tpangl- - Washington's Set ot Ivory Teeth. Indianapolis to Chicago A Washington correspondent writes that tho false teeth that are responsible for tho THBOUGH TIME TABLE peculiar expression seen in portraits of Georg Washington, aro in tbo Baltimore Vis Louisville: Collegt of Dentistry. The lower plate is I Lvo. Loultvlllr 7 43 a m to p m carved out of ono pleco of ivory, teeth and Arr. Lafayette. 3 So p m Sffiin alL Th upper plate was carved from ivory, j 8 20 p m " Chicago....- 8 00 a m as near like a plastsr cost of the mouth as Via Cincinnati; possible, and th' teeth, also of Ivory, were riveted tu The upper plate split after it Cincinnati j t7 30 a m 16 45 p m 11 had beet, worn awhile, nnd tho pieces were Vi. Indianapolis............... f 12 45 pm (11 20pn fastened together by two strips of iron riv- Arr. Chicago -gftlpml 653am eted to tie p!ato. Exchange. Daily f Lilly except Sunday. Like Our Smlthsoiilnn Institute. Be turojonr ticket lealsrls the Ths London Times urges the establishment in Ejgbtnd of an institution liko our MONON Hmlth-'onluinstitute, which owes its i to an Englishman. The writer (L. X, A. A O. K'y) as It Is the quickest, the best foundation and most direct line to Chicago and points points especially to the value it would bo to in the Northwest. students of kuthropology. Tickets via the Monon Route on tale at ill prin- msps and lull In dpat ticket offices. THAT HAtKlNO COl'GII 'nbo SO quickly formation, address For rates, c d ly SMhh'i Ctrr, wo guarantee It. M. L. WM. H. BALDWIN. O. V. A., Chlctgo. A. J. O'Rrll.LY, O. ti. A., Loulivllle. B;urne. Clnciuiiall lo Chicago, Arr. Covington ...., " Cynthlana... " Falmouth Note, Trains 6 05am 1 25 p ml... 7 05 a ml 2 25 am ... 8 08 a m 8 23 a m ... 7 25 am i 40 p m 4 8 20 a m 3 30 p m 5 8 53 a m 3 53 p ra 5 0 55a m 4 4G p in t 11 80 a ra 6 00 p ui 8 put 20nin 20 54 67 43 fm pm pm 3 and 4 are dally between Lexington nnd Covington; other trains dally except Sunday. ire Direct conn, ctlont tre mtde at Winchester with Chesapeake 4 Ohio for Mt. Sterling. Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eaitern clt- Fast Line; Nos. 8 and 4 run via Winchester, Solid Trains, with Pullmtn Sleeping Cart betwecs Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D. C. Throuvh tlcksta and baggage checked to any destination reached by s railroad. S. F. D. MORSE, W. 11. WHITTLESEY, Passenger Agout. Trav. Pass. Agent, Covington, Ky, Lexington, Ky C. W.SMITH. H. W. FULLER, General Manager. Gn. Pus Af ROUTE, OPERA HOUSE lOTANFORD, KY. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Blieof Stage, JOxfO. Eight complete sets of Seen. ery. Sratlni capacity, Including gallery, rstea to good attractions. . mm&r iniiiwyymi mni n'gwtwh wh JfcgmntirwWM p ww mwipwiiii' rnl II HlliUM, iJ n A Augus E. Mclneiney inaugurated a District 8unday School Convention which was to open on yesterday at Rocky Ford The posthumous heir of King Alfonso church in Casey couuty. Some 5,000 flammade his appearance nt Madrid. Spain, ing DEMOCRATIC TICKET. are said to havo been STORE-ROO- M Tuesday. printed setting forth such names as For Circuit Judge J. W. Alcork. Mrs. Thompson was confirmed post" Commonwealth's Attorney R. C. Wasiex. RandolDh. Caldwell, Green, Wishard master of Louisville, with but ix dissent and other " County Judge T. W. Vauhon . prominent S. S. men, as the " Circuit Clerk- -J. r. IUilkv. ing yotes. speakers. Some haye arrived, but nobody . County Clcrk-- O. B. Coor-ERVa., J. K. In a row at here seems to havo heard of the meeting. " Bhria-T.- D. Newland. Terry was killed and seven others fatally Our record is still one of invincible County Attorney-- D. B. CAtrENTER. wounded. Attestor E. D. Kennedy. and increasing dullnets Jimmy Walker's ' Jaller-- 8. II. Owens. Hon. Wm. M. Springer, of Illinois, whittling brigade the only survivors of " Superintendent Common Bchoolj J. A. Boole has just been nominated for a 7th term in tho former Hustonville-ha- ve got their And tho Prices named nlniost tnko your breath for Cheapness. Our eolo " 8urTeyor F. B. Howard. Congress. ambition is to s too blunt for service, and have The Falls City Cooperage works at not energy enough to resort to nn oilstone. The Legislature after being in session Louisvllla burned. Loss SG2.350; insur Business houses stand like open sepulchre 140 dayp, the longest on record, adjourned ance $15,000. but few invade their consecrated quiet. at 6 o'uiocK Tuesday and a fervent "Praise John F. Davis has been than even the the Lord," ascends from one end of tho by the Governor and confined by the Sen- Hotels have fewer visitors churches. Mechanics are fast ascending 3First-CIa- Hs State to tho other. May we never be curs- ate as Commissioner of Agriculture. into the ranks of men of leisure. Tho teleat ed with such a body again. All of its imThere are pension bills now before working order, but portant acts, which have been vouchsafed Congress, which, if passed, will take a thou phone has been put in ! the musical "Hello!" is seldom heard. Ask $150,000, appear on our fourth at a cost of sand million of dollars from the treasury. one of the quidnuncs "What's the news?" page. Some of them are good and much The President has sent about 2,100 o'yer needed laws, but the outlay far exceeds the nominations for civil offices to the Senate, and his muttered answer ii: "None " -v,m'n " prcm' "" biz nees." To render the stagnation com k safe to predict well "" raluo received. It is been confirmed and onof these 1,700 have plete the few who have sufficient vias satisfactory to prephesy that a majority ly thirteen rejected. Tfc Calicoes and Cottons wo Bell to our customers at 5 cents a yard aro worth tality to migrate are seeking other localiby tho car-loaof the members, who have now gone home excopt tho The nomination of Gen. W. S. Hose ties. Misses Nannie Brown, Bettie Car discyuntwq get off for cash. to in outraged constituency, will never see crans to be Register of tbe Treasury was Vo thinlc wo can sell you Shoes and Clothing at a savine of from 83 tn r , , , . and Lizzie and Frankfort again unless to aerve a term in confirmed by the Senate after much un- penter, Sallie Jenkins of every description aro tho maryel of tho atro. All tho finn : ,.ll :?;.., X.U,V . ,BffJ,reM .on Blanche Twidwell are at Cincinnati at Sh the penitentiary, of which question they necessary opposition. tending the Musical Festival. Miss Bettie sol so low in tho auction will bo closed out cheap. If you pay cash and want to seo how far a dollar will made such a miserable muddle. co call. Lwis D. Craig, Inspector of Convicts, Drye leaves in a few days for an extended The Louisville Commercial' Frankfort at Greenwood, has resigned, and Gov yiiit to Lancaster and North Middlelown, correspondent names Meredith, Newman, Knott has appointed Msj. A, T. Keene, of Messrs. Erans, Judy, Yaughan, Hocksr Thomar, Neale and Wiseman as those most Greenwood, to succeed him. andOirsler. of Dinvllle. were here Wed responsible for the worthless results of the At the last term of the Somerset court needay night. legislative session. All of them are a divorce was granted to Mrs. Kate C. MCMNNEt, LINCOLN COUNTY. OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. TH08. METCALF. politicians and ranting demagogues, Hansford from her husband, W. B, HansJOHH B. FOSTER. Tbe telephone it now in operation but we think it is giving euch pigmies too ford, of the Junction City Herald. Col. H. L. Glltner, late of Nichol George Wood, who once owned thea ville, on Tuesday night after supper tof from Hnstonvillo and other connecting much credit to attribute euch responsibih-t- y to them. With a few exceptions the tres in a half dcztn cities, including Cin- charee of Gilcher'a Hotel as landlord U places. : cinnati, died in poverty at New York this tbe next three years. Mrs. Eliza Luca, near Mt. Salem, died entire body was made up of d making, small idead individuals, week. He was worth $100,000 at one time. Mrs. Margarett A. Sandlge, widow ft of consumption after a long illness on the On account of pressing legal engage the late Wyatt Sandlge, died last WediH 16th inst. who would have served their country betThe closing exercises of Miss Lydia ter by remaining in the corn field, on the ments Senator Kenna has been compelled day night of consumption. She had bin work bench or at their old shyster tricks. to decline the Chairmanship of the Dem- in bad health since the death of her & Lewis's school will take place on Friday, ocratic Congressional Campaign Commi- t- band eight months ago. the 21st. The June Opera Festival of the South- tee. Moses Coffey, of Yosemite, hat lately County Attorney Robert Harfng ern Exposition at Louisville by the Amer"Do you still insist that you will not be went to Perryyille to prosecul a moved to this place and set up a thingle ican Opera Company will begin on the 9th a correspon- negro named Geo. Pope, charged lth machine. candidate for of June and last five days. Besides the a g Th nnllnation of J. M. Boltnc- - will dent asked Gen. Wolford. "Yes," he said, and stealing. C. H. Bdes most celebrated of American artists and XXI). got enough; I don't want to come went to defend tbe accused man. take place at the Baptist church, at this I Theodore Thomas' full orchestra, there "I've is devastating iany place, on next Saturday. The army-worwill be a 100 chorus singers and 80 ballet bick." Pi-ice- s Ambrose Butt hat been stopping at tbe Dvris, Mallory & Co., Divis & Co., of the cat fields in Boyle county, the cut dancers, with the finest scenery in the He bought a the Veranda Hotel this week. Co., firms interconnected worm is destroying the corn, and aboc world. All the railroads will carry passen Davls,Tribue& with fine bnggy horse from John Goodefor$125. gers at reduced rates, the L. & N. at half and doing business as wholesale dealers in only circumstance we can refer to cotton, dry goods, notions, Louisville, have comfort is, the Legislature has adjorned. E. Tarrant is traveling for the Home are. failed for $225,000. The general assembly of; the aored Library Association. G. A. Richards has The Committee which met at Frankfort Plymouth White, alias Frank Parke, Cumberland Presbyterian church is rw in returned from Commercial College, LexTuesdarjdecided after much wrangling to i dead at Beading, Yt. He was the prince seaiion here. Quite a number of tht dele- ington, with a diploma. bold a convention to nominate a candidate of confidence men, and it is estimated that gates Arch McKlnney, seining in his small have arrived, some of them aving for Superior Judge, at Lebanon, Jane 17th. he has fleeced the gulliblo during his long the appearance of educated, intfligent pond the other day for a mess of fiaht Delegates aro to be chosen in the 37 conn- - life out of nearly a million and a half dol caught a German carp weighing 5J pounds. men. ties composing tbe district on Saturday, lars. All of cur Suj,r wM N,Ujht Mo the Mvanw This speaks well for the carp as It was only Carter and Miss Roa Mr. John tad n b. wM .. lb. MmtuU prlc. Our June 12, on a basis of one for each 200 Exposition building at New OrThe obtained license to marry or Wed- two or three years old. votes cast for Cleveland and Hendricks and leans which cost over a half million of dolnesday evening, immediately after which This community was shocked last Bun-da- y one for each fraction over 100. There are lars and which contains over ten million county clerk's they were married in the by it being reported that two young but two candidates, Saufley and Barbour. feet of lumber, was sold at auction this office by Judge Lee. Mr. Cartel ears he is msn, whose morals were heretofore unex.... . News comes from Washington by way of week for $9,050. The whole concern was a South Carolinian, Miss McClaoe is from ceptional, had gone fishing. On their re- If Trrr cbttp. We hT mtntlr rtfiti.l nniwtiiir nt UDiurptiicd for Usuty and tonttnlfet. Our UUKKWdWAKR ? nfh l b"'ln" i, i. Lexington. Louisville that Blackburn is laying tbe the most gigantic failure of the century. turn, bowevtr. only two young crows were Tea toil Cbiia- ' " "" D"a' "J mti, The legislative, executive and judicial lMHoii In f.U, iocallaiid SMm onlT uk j a. "" and Toa Irvine found in their possession. to the W wires to defeat Beck for Monroe Baughman Senate, tbe reason being that as the7 live appropriation bill, as reported by the sub had a fight last night in tbe collje cam There Is a certain young doctor In this so close together, should Beck be re committee to the full Committee on Appro pus over a string of fish. The pake court section who baa peculiar superstitious noelected, Blackburn can not hope to be Sriations, aggregated $20,710,877, being thought this morning that Monro) was the tions about bird hunting. He thinks the returned. As between the two we believe $660,000 less than the bill of last year. aggressor and fined bim $5 sad costs. sign is only right for hunting them on Sun Clay Tevis was up before the sane dread day and he hunts only for Crows. There is that the people infinitely prefer Beck even The estimates amounted to $21,406,685. A disgraceful row occurred at Frank tribunal this morning charged wth throwif he does occasional! go wrong in the also a certain young merchant of the same fort between Bart JenkinB, Sergeant-at- ing a brick through the wincbw of the inclination as the doctor. matter of a poatoffice or such a matter. Arms of the Senate, and his son Bill, keep- colored Methodist church last tight whill Dr. Cox and son have been talking A story comes from Chicago, from er of the cloak room. Bart hurled a glass a "feetibal" was In progrtefj bat owing t hats and stoves and tinware to our merwhence anything good or true rarely emi- - at Bill, who responded by blazing away at lack of proof escaped punishment. chants this week. J. W. Carley, with nates, that a man who lost an eye has the old man with a pistol. No damage. The home place of the late J. M. M Bamberger, String A Co., gave McKlnney a had tbe mtesing member replaced with one Bishop Turner, of the African M. . Ferran was sold Wednesday at public ort-cr- y call last week. He is a jolly, good fellow. from a rabbit, which he not only turns at Church, attributes the recent storms, cy UraUti Id a to John M. Higginbotham for Geo.F. O. C. Yates, of Louisville, spent Sunday will, but can see out of it as well as the clones, floods etc., to the unbalancing air- ace. with his relatives, Dr. Sites' family. Anderson, of Garrard, at $70 per , other. We do not vouch for the truth of -i, k ,.),..- in .i.rtrJn in- - There are 150 acres in the tract. ?he s Tbe old farmer princes of the this statement, "and if any of our readers fluences in the hand of man. He thinks tract of 198 acres on the South end of Ihe be blamed for keep region are not to are skeptical they can write to the man man went too far when he utilized electric- farm was sold to R. T. Brown, of Atlanta, ing vlclout dogs to protect themselvet and get the straight of it. ity. sold against lightning rod agents; but we think Ger. Knott re appointed Messrs. J. Ga., at $62 per acre. The personality It cobI the people $109 to furnish Ice for Pinkney Thompson, of Marion, and John well; long and short yearling calves bring- these dangerous dogs ought to be trained the Legislature, notwithstanding most of ing from $23 to $30; cows from $30 to $00. to make a distinction between this class D. Young, of Bath, Railroad Commissiontbe session was in winter. And this too Spalding, of A pair of good work mules sold for 299. and '.hose endeavoring to circulate choice ers, and appointed Hon. I. A. with that great retrencher and reformer, food for the famished minds of liters' Union, to succeed tbe late Hon. A. R. 1. u. .0UBa nan nutuuuect. Bobbitt, warming a seat in tbe body, who Mr. J. W. Warde, the lame tailoi who the pt e. Boone, deceased, as a member of the Compromised upon a thousand stumps that the has been in the employ of P. A. Marls for There has been a most interestirg remission. h pl,wH'n iBftjljtyA Sm ljiiiiH?Tltibody should never see another piece of Senate Committee on Pensions several years past, has gone into besiness vival going on at tha South Fork school-hous- e Tbe ice if he was sent to Frankfort. It is sad for himself. Mr. Fred MrTler, the polite by for the last nine days, conducted has voted to postpone indefinitely the but nevertheless true that Mr. Bobbitt did House Mexican Pension Bill and to report clerk in Gitcber's confectionery, was called the Rev. W. R. Davidson, assisted by Rev. not keep his promise. as a substitute substantially the Senate bill to Louisville Monday night by the sudden Jas. M. Coleman. It is most remarkable The Oveneboro Messenger stales an over-tru- e of last session, making dependence and dis- and serious illness of his father, Mr. Sam- as it seemed to spring up spontaneously proposition when it says: "No man ability the necessary qualifications of a uel nogsett, a member of the Senbr class from a regular church meeting. On list of Centre College, is able to ride oat after Sabbath there was an immense congregawins in Kentucky politics save he who pensioner. hustles around after votes. The office has A petition signed by 106,894 Scotch- a very terious illness from pneumonia. tion from all surrounding towns. So far quit eeeking the man. It has all It can do men, protesting against Irish Home Rule, Mr. James R. Carrigan's friends will regret there have been 58 additions. Great interest has been manifested and it is hoped skirmishing around to keep out of the was presented in Commons this week, It to learn that he is no better. SIJKKIOYN, Wesley Purnell, who lives on Dr. much good will ensue. clutches of some men." miles in length, was one and H. C. Jones Is now In Hustonvllle preweighed 274 pounds, and was borne into Lewis' place on the Stanford pike, was arIt Is aid that the closing scenes of the of the stalwart rested Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff W. B paring for his Texas business. Mirs Clara Kentucky Legislature were so affecting the House on the shoulders Moore, charged with shooting Wm. Lock Bibb returned from Rockcastle county on that many memb;rs actually shed tears. attendants. The convicts will be removed from and Bobt. Turner. Purnell, when brought to last Saturday. G. W. Jones and wifo have We opine that they cried not so much at within thirty days. The town, said that he was in a house in compa gone to Cincinnati. Misses Sarah and Eliza the parting as at the prospect of meeting Kensee mines Oralu, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Coul, Lumber, Mason & Foard Company have made a con- ny with a young woman, when the two men Reynolds, of Waynesburg, are visiting an outiaped constituency. It Is too late to with Huntington to work several demanded admittance, threatenlpg to break their sister, Mrs, Montgomery. Mrs. Nantract cry though. hundred convicts on the new railroad from down the door if admittance was refused, cy Milton has been lying very low for some And now Carlisle is catching it for se- Newport to Maysville, and they will short- Purnell further says that when he admitted time. Miss Florence Barger, of James curing the appointment of Nodler, a non- ly ba employed there. the men that Turner assaulted him, when town, passed through tbe other uay descript, as postmaster of Covington, and to Mac Fogle's, in Casey county. The Cincinnati Art Museum, built by he drew a pistol and fired three times at he deserves the excoriations if his alleged the munificence of the late Charles W. Turner, shooting him twice and accidental-I- v From all appearances there will be a wedpromises to Mr L E Casey, of the Com' West, who gave $150,000 upon the condiBhootine Lack once. Turner was shot in ding in high lifo near here in a few days. manveallh, are true. A kind of tragical or farcical circumcitizsns should give a like the thigh and arm and Lock in the arm tion that the above state- - stance we can't tell which took place at KtnlueMan continuei to appro- sum, and who afterwards gaye $150,000 to Judge Lee, upon bearing the The Paris on his own recog-nlzin- a toll unto near hero a few nights since. A priate Brother Birnes' letters without so endow the museum, was thrown open to ment releaied Purnell DBALK1S IM until Saturday, when an investiga- man and his wife attending church, got in much as intimating where they were taken the public this week. It is located on the thought that to a wrangle with the female gate keeper tion will take place, It is Drugs, Books, Stationery and from. If Craddock keeps on in this course highest point in Eden Park. seriously whether people should pay toll attending Brooks, alias Maxwell, tbe St. Louis neither Turner nor Lock are thing he knows he will be indicted the first Fancy ahicibs. church or not. While the heated controtrunk murderer, has made a written state wounded. for stealing. compoun Jod. roomThe volcano, Mount JEtna, is in an versy was going on the masculine gate- Puyilelsna' prucrlptioni accurately Alio Ohio is also enjoying a season of rejoic- ment of the method by which bio keeper appeared upon the ccene, having He ac'.he state of eruption, mate, Preller, came to his death. ing, her Legislature having likewise resignaccidentally killed Preller Charles Retd, of Chicago, counsel for forgotten to put on any garment but bis ed, Bid as was ours, Ohio's was infinitely claims to have while administering chloroform preparatoGulteau, is In jail In New York for disapp- shirt. The man and his wife having their worse. God pity her and us all. sensibilities somewhat abashed, rode off, Tha Largest Btook of Watches, Olooks, ry to the performance of a delicate surgic- ropriating funds belonging to a client. Gov. McCnEAnv continues to place us al operation. Ulssubsequent actions he Jamea Morrison, an old citizen of Scott while the irrato man followed them some Jewelry and Silverware under obligations for favors. distance making hostile demonstrations, is unable to account for, owing to his be county, was killed by a Cincinnati South-ebought to this market PiIcm Lowsr than train while walking on a bridrja near his lonesome nocturnal garment fluttering Etct LowMt. Witchw, Clocks and Jeirelrr Ke- Logan's sweeping pension bill has pass-ae- d coming rrazjd with excitement and drink tbe palrcd on ilioit notlco and Warranted. , ,n tit Lreczj. after the death of Preller. Georgetown. tbe the Senate; The convict bill u prepared by the special committee and slightly amended by the House passed the Senate by a majority of one just a minuto or two beforo the session May 21, 1886 finally closed. The bill is as good as could Stanford, Ky., have been adopted under the circumstances. Its opponents claim, however, that it would W. P. WALTON. nerer have passed had not trickery been resorted to. imWB,t& Inttrforioumal HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. A REGULAR- - Geo. M. Givens Is breaking the monotony of the time by a pretty active contract of breaking horses, and J. 1). Green the ereat Irresnresaible. is converting his entiro premises Into a grand wool emporium, where the fleecy treasures are heaped in billowy boauty from rellar to atic. AVALANCHE OF BARGAINS! CROWDED "FLOOR TO CEILING. ' WITH SUPPLEMENT NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Mo-Ke- e. You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, J Jack-knive- See Hoot IHueh We can Sell for a Dollar I Wf Department Attached ,.,. Good fiinn.j"' Store Wo Keep Everyttiliig Pertaining to a with JFull and Comnlete Shoo. u sssfiffssr " o" tL s"2 thf X'tLXiZ Store, W r,o ".f n.u. r.. t Co.'s J, x. Powers STANFORD, Great E KENTUCKY. one-hor- J time-servin- ree-cor- Mel air Low J m, Wmtm, y ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. -- house-breakin- a Specialty. -- Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, I J Mc-Cla- Hardware, Embracing Everything, !! METCALF WESREN fc lOSTJEJEft. H & MENEFEE. i,0 -m- blue-gras- Fanninglmplements and Machinery. in ( W&m Saggier as$a&es Etc one-fourt- h Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, te 'Jlltatef u PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. m . r "si yjitr,"" ' """ -- 7";ir";" t?) nal Pimc Oermnn millet Menefee'tf. need at Wearen & LAND. STOCK A.'IO CROP A KIT AnTKBTlKKSKHIti. Stanford, Ky May 21, 1880 B. O. WALTON. - UuBlnosfl Managor. I, AN. Mail ii ii n LOCAL TIME CURD. .. . ...13 IS p. I RS train golnf North. " Hottth Grprctslraln" Houtb...... TScn-xiT- r.u M Noth...-- ., 3 03 A.M. is2aiM. tr.oli la calculated on 'bout 20 uilnutoi litr, slandud time, HnlT LOCAL NOTICES. liANDHKni'fl Garden LAN.iur.Tii'8 tirtd at MoRoberU Heed ) in bulk and Ksnlen pckageH at Fenny A McAIUler'n. Watches nnd Jewolry repaired on nlior ootice and warranted bf Penny A MoAlia r. Buy the Hand Hot; Remedy, the original nnd only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-liteA coMri.ETK stock of jewelry, latent ftyle. Rockford watchea n gpeciulty. Pen nr A McAHaler. PERSONAL. r. PnoK. Aiinek Rogers ii taking in tbe May Ftatml thii Miw. week. Rhoda Woodcock, of Danville, if Ti'ltini; Mrs. John M. Hill. Mns. ItnECK Jones and Mbi Mary Rtid arc vieitin; friendi in Mercer. Mb. J. T. OtniiniE, night ticket agent, hw gone to Boyle for a little holiday. Mns. J. V. Alooun and Mr. Rabert McAliater went to Louiavilla Tueaday. Mu. Will CfUM and Charley are tiiitlng at Mr. Ben Bright', near Bryant 1 Lecture. Thomas C. Ball, of Rowland, Mn and Mns. Q. B. Coorrn and Miei and M. N. Early, of Junction City, will dey. Bettie Dryr, of HustonTllIe, were here liver a sort of partnership lecture on Temperance at Rowland, next Sunday night. Misa Lucv Beazlev and Mrs. Will We do not know of the ability of Mr. Hayt and aon are tiiitlng Mn. Pattie Hayi Etrly, but are tatlafied that what Tommy in Garrird. doesn't know about Temperance or any Mr, James F. Waixin, of Rockcastle, other thing is not worth knowing. iadown doing sotm lurTeying for Mr. Hen The caee against Perry Embry for burrr Banghman. Mn. and Mrs. John Hdoiieh and glarizing the house of Mr. R. G, Jones, did Mr. John J. McRoberla went to Rock Caa-ti- e not pan out a claimed. Perry had been working for Mr. Jone and merely went InSpring thii week. Bnioirr, who had come to to tbe houte, according to his own testimoMn. II. Cincinnati from Springfield, Mo., to lay In ny, and ate a pretty good sizj slice of fcferal car loads of buggiea for hi firm, pound cake. Two silver spoon are missing, but ho avers that he did not eat them. pent Tuesday here and teemed enthusiastic orer hl prospecta in the West. lie Under the circumstances GO dayt on the went on to Woodford, where hit wife is, rock pllt was all that it was thought necei-ta- ry for Mr. Embry 'a offense. and from thence thay will go to Springfield. Mil. J. W. Havden, accompanied by The District Sunday School InstltuU, hia wife and Dr. J. L. Gillett, arrived from which ia to be held here next week, begin-in- g stand-ingth- a Medicine Lodge, Kaniae, Tueaday, at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, under trip well. He haa been Tery tick, the auspice of the Kentucky Sunday who it an unusbut the tkill of Dr. Qilletl, School Union, promises to be an event of ually well posted young phyaiclan, pulled much interest. Many distinguished work him through and he feelr that hia life ia In untiring atten- ers in the cauce will be present to deliver a great measure doe to bin addreitcs and the arrangement for music tion. It ie not likely that Mr. and Mr. will b such as to afford a treat to all who Harden will relurn West before neat fall. are moved with a harmony of sweet tounds. LOCAL MATTERS. In the afternoon the preliminary work will be arranged and at 8 o'clock the same evenFnrsii canned goodi. Watert A Raney. ing an address of welcome will be deliverBee Wearen A Menefee before telling ed by P. M. McRoberts to be responded to by Rev. P. T. Hale. A service of song and your wool. prayer will follow, after which Rev. E. N, Met-ca- lf Nicest line of gUatware in town. McMillan will deliyer an address. The A Foster. programme for the rest of the meeting, Bini) Cige at Cot, at A. A. Warren' which embraces three sessions each day for "Model Grocery." Wedneiday and Thursday, ia comprehen yee-terdaii ii tllle, claim to have dropraces. A.T. Nunnelley sold to Albert Turner, of Anderson, a harness gelding for Wanted Wantiid - 50,000 pounds $125. of Wool at hiKiiwt market price for cash. The Louisville Jockey Club Is being A.T. hunnelley. prosecuted for permitting pool selling on While in tbe city I replenished my its grounds. Flock in almost erery department. Call and "S. A. Piper, of Mayilick, told a car- ! lnid of fat cattle for Julr Illsrr. In A. eee. T. R Walton. 1 divert, for S5 per cwt. If wo do not have to rooord a killing or Irvine Arnold, of Woodford, sold to a big whipping, Oeos of the Somerset Lohtnan A Bro., one car load of fat cattle Banner In not the man we took blm to br. for July delivery at 5 cents. Somebody i iwlndllne (he goTernment Htggin, the California turfman, has in the matter of postal cards. Those now purchased Maud Hampton, Ban Fox's furnished are no better than blotting paper dam, of B. T. Thomas for $10,000. The Louisville Tobacco Market is dull and about aa hard to write on. with prices running from 2J for dark bur-le- y Death. Dr. J. B Owsley haa received trash to 18c for select wrappery. a letter from hia brother, W. P. Owsley, at Forty-twhead of Jersey cattle were Tombstone, Arizona, announcing the death sold at the Joint Sile Association, Louis of his daughter, Mrs, Lois Moire, which ville, Wednesday, at an ayersge of $102.80. occurred on the 8th, of consumption. She In Cincinnati cattle are steady at 2 to leavcaone child. 5J; hoc, slow at 3 to 4 40; sbitp slow sale lambs fairly acttve at 5 to 7J TunnE never was so universal a com- at 3 to plaint rgalnst cut worms and other destroy- cents. Attention is called to the sale of reging Iniecls as thin season. A number of farmers have had to lay oflTaod plant their istered Jerseys advertised to occur at LexB, Wal-lac- e corn over again, while all have had to do ington June 31. Write to John at that city for catalogue. a great deal of replanting. At Georgetown court there were 200 The City Council has passed an ordi- cattle on sale, principally yearlings, which nance making it a finable offense for idle sold at $18.50 to $22 GO; ono bunch of two-yeand dissolute persom to loaf at the depot. old cattle, u' 1,000 pounds weight, at It also enacts tint male persons found in $45 per head; calves at $14 to $17; heifcompany with lewd women on the street or ers at $12 50 to $10 No mules and but few other public place shall be subject to tbe horses. same penalty as attache to tbe women. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. book-makers The of Wall Paper before purchaiinR. Oiraley A Craifr. -1 1 1 Dk sure and examlnu our stock ped $03,000 so far at the Louisville IT. 0 K. TA1XOB, WALL PAPER ! 5 ty LOGAN COUNTY, ia a Candf Jats for the office of Superintendent of Public Inatructlon, aubjict to th DemocratloiJUle Convention. gANK BTOCK.- -I will Mil at auction In June court day, C shares of stock In the National Bank of that place. Thomas fl. (121-lBUnlord. WALL PAPER ! WALL HORSE TAKEN UP. Asol.dl.ay hone, about tS' bands high; blind ex- PAPER! In left eye. Owner can get him hy paying penses for keeping blm and for thii notice. JM-t- Trimmed nnd llcnily for Use, nt AIjLES niZAZtjEl, Btanford.Ky. PUBLIC SALE M'ROBERTS & STAGE'S. A few more N. Y. Seed o JERSEY CATTLE At Ulno-Qras- s Stock Ynrdg, Lexington, Kentucky, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, '86. Commences at 12 IRISH POTATOES? Which will be sold low, afc o'clock sharp. wn About 50 head from the well-knoherds of A. McClintock & Son, Ky., E. McMichael and John B. Wallace, Lexington, Ky. Mil-lersbur- g. 2-- We will cBar a choice ilectlon of highly bred anlmaliof the Terr Wit butter (trains, Including a number of tested cows and their otftprlngi. Among them are rcpresentitiTei from men families a Signal, St. Lamuert,Sllvcr Mine, Farmers' (Jlorjr, Hex, Alphcn, etc. For catalogues, which will be ready by May is' addreta T. R. WALTON'S. A Splendid Variety of a Potato, tomato and cabbage plants for sive and will no doubt prove instructive. Preparations hare been made by the local sale. O J. Xewland. committee to entertain & large number of We guarantee the Proctor Knott patent delegate and it i hoped that every one flour. Metcalf A Foster. who can will come. The railroads will sell tickets at 4 cents per mile for the ia your chance to get low prices. Now round trip. Csme and :ze us. Mrtcalf A Foster. " A SMiU. store-roo- near Main, for rent. Mr. Elmer J. Young, aged 18, and MoRoitEnTH A 6tao have atarted their Miss Clara A. Baugh, one year his tenlor, Boda Fountain and ia as good as ever were married at Mr. Alfred Biugh's yesmade. terday. on Lancaster street W. P. Walton. MARRIAGES. . ( J. B. Morse and niece of the late CommoGroceries, Gla,Tin and Qoeenaware.at A. dore Vanderbilt, has eloped with the fam"Model Grocery." A. Warren' I " auort-ment A COMM.ETE stock of Staple and Fancy Mies Grade Moree, daughter of Rev. of pUis and fancy candiea, which am selling lower than ever. S. S. Myers." have just receiyed an excellent I Jellico last niuht, for an invitation to Phil which we are Indebted to Eog! Soden. The eflecta of the frost are visible on the corn blade and vegetables in many localities in this section, but the damage ia small. Mv warehouse is complete and Is stockAll I ed full of buggies and .machinery. those who wish to buy is a call ask from " before dolus ao. I. Mao Bruce. f The Railroad men gave a big hop at An exploding gasoline lamp set fire to a theatre at WMtervllle, O , and Mr. J. Mo. James, formerly of this place, and mnny others wcro burned or Injured in the etam-pedMr. James' injury is in the spine and is thought to be serious. e. Thk naw law Governing the Board of Health, referred to In Dr. Bailey's card calling for meeting of the body here next Monday 21th, will be found in the eupple ment sent with thin Issue. It is important thai thero be a fall attendance promptly at 10 o'clock. Mn. rtnnniTT writes as follows from Frankfort: I do not care to loavo Frank mtiK hpr lovely hills, her beautiful Bashes, her fairBayles and her ewest Bi con. I shall stay till after Barnum's great-shoIn the meantime send the Interior till further orders. 1 will apeak ii the House f.i niht. The Richmond Creamery sold 1,200 nounda of the butter last remaining on hand at 10 cent or about the price of axle 0 grease. The JJcrald says the concern is in debt over and above tho building and machinery, which cost $1,G00 and this is about tho stato of ciee with every wtab lishment of the -- hid in Kentucky. $1,-20- ily coachman, n Hotel ia still mainThis old and Jok 1 Watbss. taining 1U fine reputation. Cbargoa reasonable. We had heard It whispered around Thomas D. Kamkt. Special attention to tbe trayellng public, that our friend, Joe S. Grimes, contempla21. 1 XEWCOSin, Pro'r, ted joining the matrimonial band, but had Mt. Yernon, Ky. nothing absolutely authentic until yeiter-terdaIjBB P HUFFMAN, when invitations were received to his marriage to Miss Lorayda, daughter of IDJSlVTIfciT BTANFORD. KY. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Payne, which is to Office tiouth aide Main BtrMt, two doors above occur at Elixabethtown, June 2 In most of the Myexi Hotel: Pore Nitrous Oxide Gas administered when re his transactions, Joe has evidenced great COUNTY. quired. LINCOLN CRAB ORCHARD, goodeenee and in the selection of & life partCome with the tide to us ior- Green and seasoned lumber of every ner we havu't a doubt that his characteristic Ondtes, Sugar, Coflee, B&oannas, good taste and judgment have beeu displaydescription for sale at bottom prices. Dill-oi- n Flour, ileal, Oranges, Bacon, Lard, It eot, Lemons, A Melvine. ed. Butter, Egga, Dates, frgj, WpHWBPssPsBL Pnutcce, IUlilns, RELIGIOUS. The following is self explanatory: Jiackerel, I'reecrrea, tirrum. asked Jelly, Mn. Walton: --You now that I Eld. G. W. Yancey will preach nt Slobseof, Coooa. time ago to put my name in Cbcese, CloTea, Brighl's School House next Sunday at 4 you some Canned Goods, your paper for Assessor. You will please Apple Butter, Fine- Apple, o'clock r. M. wiT 1 "KWESttVu EEfK&n3?e?ira have not voted any other OI'ICO, Rev. J.M.Evans is holding a meeting do to now. I Hominy, Cinnamon. 1 was raised nnd old Beans, ticket sense the war. Cakes, at Lawrenceburg that had resulted in 43 Kraut, I'mnM, whig but voted with the nothings, but did Sardines, confessions to last recount. it..bi.i. I need tho fees of the Palace Stoamors. Low Rates. Bakors Chocolate' "Life and Dith,"an inquiry and sug- not join them. Dried Apples, Corned Beef. Crackers, march, Soap, Boda. tobacco, four Tripe pv Week Sstwcen LamnT office. Was broke by kinfolks. I will be Coal Oil, Quetnsware. Tinware Pocket and Table Cutl.rr PowH.T'sh.r T.V..Jr?.I?rj.9.t"n'n?y' gestion, by Rev. George O. Barnes, in neat DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND tbe Grocery line, and also plain and fancfVlaVnoisSaddlS' pay the first Monday of w7W p H,,llKS,-,?J- Ml' fit. Irnaco. Cheboy no. Alpena, n&rrlsvtlle, pamphlet form, can be had for five cents in Stanford and Whina. Wjoon Gear, etc., etc.. manufactured for ua by the popular lira Ossodt, Duid ltah, Fort Huron. Son. Country iVoiltice of erory description wanted. June, Yonrst ruly, mimu.2 BL Clair, OiJtJao IIoum, Usrloe City. Rememr by addressing this office. m low a any flrtu poulbly can, utiles they on business for pleiiure-an"?h- Ts fac?waJdS! Brsry Week Say Bstwesn May 17. Charles L, CAnTEn, slro especially to reiterate, emphaalM and impress upon the IntelllVent VnWleT Wm The District Sunday School ConvenGuakantkb itlre satisfaction, always, and dellrer all goods anjwher"lnor wltiinaWmll DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Stanford or our suburban city of lloiclantl. promises to y"t TEjns&nAXFY tion, which meets here 25-2- 8, The Superior Court of Kentucky defrpeelal Sunday Tripe during July and August. be largely attended. We. can take care of cides, in a caao originating at Richmond, J. NEWTON CRAIQ, Jr., Salesman. OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Sates and Zxsursian Tisksts will be fumlilied all tho delegates that come nnd many moro that asalo of beer in an original, unbroken by your Tioks t drent, or addrtsi besides, and give them a genuine welcome. package of twelve quart bottles, is a sale C. 0. VVHITCOMB, Qsn'l Pais. Agent, Sacramental meeting at the PresbyteDetroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co. by wholesale, and therefore not an infringeDETROIT, MICH. rian church next Sabbath. Preaching to- ment on tho Local Option law. O tin tlttn t lrsil fk night at 7:45, at 10:30 A. M. and Tbe fact that Judge Cole allowed Ben thcultt of Dial clu sntl 7.45 r M , nnd at the same hours on Buuday. Robbins $145 a day for prosecuting some rti a nB lenietlici.unitcitalhat flrta aim .it taiult gkWr 10 6 lnTKW tlvit, J d t YI ini!JJvOi.iruitrf Rev. W. O. Goodloe will asslit tho pastor. cases in Rowan, has led the State press xuxniy aB cwS.r!.'un u OliMwnn thennos t nt rii. A congregational meeting for the election to the error of valuing Robbins' time a tthat Utor th puMK and now nail of officers will bo held Saturday immediatenCTMittrcSulCs. absurd figure. The whole bar of Oldham amon the leattln Mtli ct&c.pftrieo'Mc-mly after morning service. cpunty might probably be hired at that A. L. SMITH. Ilradfi.rit, fa. The following are the bishops elected salary per month. Still, as Judge Cole did it ei u. by tho Southern General Conference: Wilnot pav it himself, he can afford to bo libliam Wallace Duncan, of South Carolina; eral,LouUvnjjruth; Charles B. Galloway, of Mississippi; Ea-geNow they say that the sting of a bee will "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." Rassel Hendrix, of Missouri, and cure rheumatism. It certainly has a tenTito (irigitinl imil Only Ovniilni. .if anJaiMy-It- t ' rtar''iruorthIrn Imitating. Joseph Stanton, of Georgia. All the dency to make a man forget rheumaliem wi( lidi.i.iii.Ui i" LADIE3. Askniintii-- ItiHcelsll-or (ntlwr h '' for a time. Under the impetus of an A 1 I'milUli"!"! prominent members seem to have been left. thlli"tr' (uair.)M i p .ru.iiii.r- - i'Hr hv return ainll. in good working order men havo been bee e nmc FA?.r... above have rarely beeu heard of Tho v.;lK'&,e known to howl for death. -- Philadelphia old bf lrjffi-t- i .irrynh'r. 'tlilfht' their own Slate, Call. Uu"J-- ' I't'ntijrrujul I'lll.. 1WlH1'. ' trr' well-knowy, heart-breaker- Our sheriff carries a cup tied to his saddle. Wonder what he drinks out of it? e trial, which was to The come off Monday, was put off again, Tho time set for the trial it May 31st. The most friendly people we have now are the candidates, now tired we will get shaking hands before August election. Harvey Falan was run over by a handcar on tho K. C. railroad Sunday and seriDr. Lovell dressed his ously injured. wounds and ays his recovery it doubtful. John Wolf, a man who worked on the eection here, left the first of the week between two tuns, leaving his wife and creditJohn drew ors to mourn his departure. $20 off the pay train before he started. Jack Adams, Jr., haa announced himself a candidate for County Court Clerk. Jack is a good democrat and well qualified for the office. Jack has worked hard for the party, therefore the party ought to stand by him. Some frost Sunday and Monday mornings, but too light to do any hurt to vegetation. Old men say, on the 18th of May, about forty years ago, everything was greatly damaged by frost. Corn, potatoes, etc., were bitten to tbe ground. At Wilde, last 8unday night, Bob Bob accuses Prewlt'e houae was burned. his enemies of setting it on fire, but the people there say Bob and others were drunk and carocelng around and he probably set It on fire himself by knocking over a stove. Tbe gauge of the L. A N. R. R. will be changed the 30th of this month. Twenty-four men will be worked on each eectwelve men will work together. The tion; eection boss that does his work the quickest and best gel a premium of twenty dollars over and above his wages. Miss Dlta Hertick, of Louisville, is Mrs. S. visiting Misi Clara Whitehead. W. Parris and her sister, Miss Annie Biggins, visited their uncle, W. M. Hlgglas, at a Rev. B B Cedar Creek, Sunday. and wife are here to assist in theSun-daMiss LuelU School Convention. Ramsey Is the guest of Mrs. S L. Whitehead, Mrs. M. C. Bragg returned yesler-da- y from Garrard, bringing with her, her R. E. Thompson and wife. 8. Nield is at her father's, Mr. Mrs.C. Jack Adams', this week. Miss Ella Jcr lin came home Tuesday from Paris, where Misses the has been visiting relatives. htt'ehead and Delta Cleo Williams, Sallle Hertick start this evening to Willlame-bur- g to visit J. L. Whitehead. Look out, Mrs. T. boys, they are all L. Daniels returned yesterday from West Vlrglnls, where Bhe has been visiting rela tives, Fiah-MenifeVan-Nuyy eon-ln-la- A. HcCLISTOCK & BOX, MUlersburg, Ky. Col. It. E. Edmomsox, Auctioneer. Go to J. T. HnrriH -- roa- Oottage Bread and Fresh Oakes, Strawberries, Ice Oi earn, Batter kept on ice, fresh and nice; Ice to retail; Ice-col- d Cider, Ginger Ale and Lemonade, Don't forget that it li headquarters for good But ler. 12Mt ihilllll In Bulk and in Papers can be found at ICE! ICE! One Cent 122-- tf 2 ICE I I will deltrer Ice to rvgular customers in 8Unford and Tlciolty erery morning at Per Pound. 11. Accountidueat tbe close of each month, or when ruttomtr quits. E. JtAJtRO IF. PLAN0S FOR SALE. One iquare Piano, in a good state of preMrratlon, fort'9; one excellent Square, price 8100; one Upright, nearly new, 1173; one largo Bquars Pi. For information call at thia office or ano, t see Mr. 8. 8. Myers, BUoford. 121-- lt 3Xr: 8. C. TltUJSnEAIlT. T. R. WALTON'S. CANN STRAYED A 81zten handi high. 121-l- m OR STOLEN. dray Saddle Horse, A. I?'. ronoiu Of - Ell GROG s best kinds, at A liberal reward will be glrcn for Information leading to hia whereabouts. JiOXTGOXEltY, Crab Orchard, Ky. T. RJtJLi O. 15. llAJSRIS, Ag't WALTON'S, (PB MEBC1TANT TAILOIl, reaeelaJ iT hatT v..vw,w . ..J .ill! iitteuiircceiTIDg . Win. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, Binders and Reapers, Crab Orchard, - - Kcninckj. lU-m Main & Somerset Sts. Millinery, 1 hum luit returned from thecltr and I cordial ly lnrlte you to call and ace my blegant Line of Millinery ueio-- Buying, l auo mi auuouuu vo my finely ielectd stock of Ladles' Underwear and Notions, Handkerchiefs, Col Ian, CuSs and Corset of dloerent styles. Ladies' White Embroidered Dresses. I can be found at my store in the room litely racatedby the e post-offi- RWLEY. 110 2m JlltS. KATE DVDntSRAB. btanlord, Ky. New Goods for Spring and Summer, Gotten Up in Stylo and Make Second to Kono in City or Country. ,...uS tar Deat in me market, which will be NEWCOMB MOTEL. MT. Give Mo a Trial. VERNON, KY. HUUOEON WATERS & R ANE Y GROCERS, irTO Summer Tours. grr MACKINAC. - m dK'SiI Wall Paper, Furniture, PENNYROYAL PILLS r i Cases, Caskets, Robes. out-mil- .'..;:. Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. I. WELkKKStfT, Stanford. wjniniii.n.i, v i ' I, y " vp1 WWn(liiriii i V ffB'i.W iMflHW iayyii yii '" d To repeal tho act regulating the adver THE GENERAL ASSEMBLE aog for half a crown (50o) exorbitant A HORSE PALACE. THE TORNADOES. tisement ot real estate and personal propthough the price was ns a memento of my -During the 140 days of the session 2 erty under executors' sales. Views of Iliiliilliic visit to "King George's 8ound." A small 391 bills were introduced, G33 in the Sen Dostrojrml nt Kansas rs. Cllr, Mo. bo brought THE FINEST PRIVATE STABLE IN Friday boy approached me with a bundlo of No ate and 1,750 in the House. Of these 1,430 in To rrquire that suite for libel Is publishJust what this country Is coming to It Is Published Tticadaua and the county where the paper THE UNITED STATES. i-sa "IJut the Albany Mailt" were pused; 427 of the Senate and 1,003 of hard to tall lu the early jurt ot the cened or in which the plaintiff is a resident. invitury, tornadoes vvere eimosq unknown. Evon ANNUM, CA.SII. conciliatory, "8V tacked on to this the House. But 59 of these bills were To give Sheriffs, constables Mr. rrntik Work's New Yprk "IJarn," thirty yearn ngo they worn of tho rarest tation to purchase, ai a "newsboy" with us genual in their nature. The Governor That Coit 8U0.000-H- U Vainom Trot-tin- occurrence, Ono which passed through Cen-trIt understood if we credit tht JJ.50 will be would have spoken it. I looked at the un- vetoed 41 bills and it would have been and tax collectors further time te collect and Southern Ohio about tweiity-olgh- t tod demanded. Team, Kilwartl unit Dick Snlreler. taxes and fee bills. It extends the lime pretending sheet and inquired tho price. better for the State If it had bean ten times year ago has Iwcoino historic. But now no two years from March 8, 18S0. Natural Trotter. part of tho country Booms safe from earth"8ixpence." "Isn't that rather dear for so as many. To amend the revenue laws. The moet Of courso nature's Lost gift to mankind is quake and tornadoes. If wo aro to bo small a papet?" I modestly asked. "Yes, W. P. WALTON. Of the 1,430 bills passed by the Legislawhlpjed alwut in this sort of way all honw. it is dear, but everything has to be Import ture, the following are about all that aro of important provisions are those fixing the n good ore not Hut one is not certain whether tho land every year or two, what aroover wo men who ovonlo tho liorso general tax at 47 cents on $100; fixing the thorp coming to. Imlooclt ed and there are not many subscribers;" he general Interest: business, Tboro aro private pay of asaes3ors at four cents on each $100 York city which bavo had stiblos In New At Xenla, O., twTuty-tlget Melbourne persons lost tholr promptly replied. "Can I inonav cnoiit-- h To make gambling a felony. lives In tho tornado and flood of Mnv 11 Ten of tho first $1,000,000 nnd spent on onch ono of them to found a colon cents on and Sidney papers lu towr.7" "0 yetl" ho To provide for the calling of a constitu additional other $100; requiring Sberifls to bid in with moilul homos for working pcoplci ft colored aro jot missing. Thoy wero mostly see that and lived near tho creek. It I really ninUs n thoughtful person melancholy tional convention. 'Praisa the Laid. God is Lo7u and Noth answered quite cheerfully, "i'ou ptoperty sold for taxes for tho Statrj and to think two- "Yes." "Well, manontbeladdei? of tho money squandered on moro nearly always tho poor and tho low ly who To authorizs the appointment of agents fixing tho ing Else." rate of taxation on bank stock at show and nimuemcnt In tho great city by tho sutler. doors the other eido of that man, you can to attend to revenue matters. Archer creek is nn insignificant stream 76 cents on the $100, and exempting ten sea. It shown nt oneo what vast wealth you want." No mite attempt to get what To repeal tho law protecting food fishes Uiero Is lu Now York and how llttlo rational that runs through Xenla In a way so unpre"Great Acstoaluh Biqht." per cent, of their surplus. I was so in the streams of this State. sell a paper. No Ido tho owners haroof spending It. Hap-les- s tentious that It I not thought to lo nny sort P. & 0 8. 8., Sururj, March 20, '80. human beings aro slylng like shcop in of a "run" at all Culvert lirldgo It. Hut Dr. Talmage is preaching a series of ser-- The "Q. A. B." is a impressed with the little chap's evident de apTo authorizs jailers of the counties to Dear Interior: rooking tenement housos, and tluwo fortunato at 0 o'clock at nlirht there camo a terrlllc get what I really wanted, point deputies. mons on the labor questipn and in the one men huge indentation off the Southern ah ore of sire that I should of wealth will Fiwnd fJOO.OOt) on a stablo thunderclap. A waterspout seemed to strlko and horssw. or :S00,0 on a yacht, without a that iviit of Hh town along Archer rre!:. A To repeal all the acts relating to tho 8anday 1 the following paragraph: this mighty cmtltent. Oar present course that I bought a paper from him, inulanter, man molding clow reward thought that the is on the chord of this great arc at one nnd was glad afterwarde; for I was election of a Warden of tho penitentiary, I have a right to retsign tuy pia'.orate of kind. Thof rleh atarvlng out U their own two mluuU Salter to tho stream says ho Ik tho thunderclap men and wonwn of Now wal of which lies Albany; and Ade- ed with a really fresh batch of Laglish tel and provide for an election by the Commis- this church anl aay to thu people: "I extremity Yorknl.HM hao U In their power todonwny walttdeep lu water. Jint foiiilIW' did laide ltfthe other. The dittince between egramsworth snveral sixpences to my sioners of the Sinking Fund. In Illinois nnd Indiana for you any longer. I am wiiii iu iciienHMH noumj syatem or Hint city the Hood com work there them-100miles, which we are "knocking hungry appetite for something at home. For the benefit of the branch penitentigoing. Goodbye." But I have uo riht, In six inontlia' time. Do tlwy over think of same wore terrific Iloodi nud torimdow tho day. Kaunas ami Jlfcuouri and their Itf Not they. We stepped into the open door of tho ary at Eidyvllle; to levy a tax or 3 cents after I have quit this pulpit, a pleasant sea and off" famously, now, over to linger Mr. Frank Work Is a rich man, CO year turn tlw day lofotv. It look to be ibesame found it a neat, but most "church" and under a blue sky. on the $100 to complete it. around tho doors o j Sunday morning and old. Ho boa Loen a horse owner and spocder storm nsIux caitnard. structure soating, perhaps, 50, years. Tuesday, 23J, at ij r. u., wc steamed For the benefit of public schools In the evenings with u shot-gu- n, to intimidate or forty-flvcautiously into the land locked harbor of in all. But it may be ample for the usual Commonwealth in cities of over 20,000 in- hinder the minister who comes t) take my Albany, at the head of King George's attendance. If so, ono must needs be im habitant'; to allow pupils between the age place. I may quit my place and continue sound. From early dawn we had been pressed with the contracted demand for re- of 20 and 40 to attend the night schools. to be a gentleman, but when I interfere running down the coast with laud in full ligion, in this corner of the great colony. To provide for the monthly payment of with my aussosior in thia pulpit I hsronie Of course we made sure of properly post teacherr; allowing the school trustees to a criminal, view perhaps les than five miles distant, and deecrro nothing better than on'an average and when we catne opposite ing, our letters to go br the next steamer, borrow money lor the purpose soup in a tin bawl in Sing 8Ing IVnlttnll our little harbor, made a sharp turn to which we expect to meet to morrow comTo define a lawful fence, and to secure ary. Here is a statement that I would "por!;" entered a narrow gateway between ing out from Adolaide. Toe postage rates owners of property for damage J to the have every laborer put in his memoran two bold headlands, and found ourselves in are "stiff" but not exorbitant. GJ to Eag-la- nd same by tresspass by the live stock of oth dum book or paste In his hat, and every and 8 1 to America 12: and lGs res ers. Wire is also inaue a tegai icnce. a beautiful circular by, several milei in newspaper put at the head of its columns. y i aswsB .. ssasawf- yj TTT- -'j - L "f yi J"ct' i'J-icircumferance, with a pretty little city pectively. The stamps of Western AustraTo stamp out pleuropneumonia and to There are now about twelve million peo- ' 71 hilly slopes on the right, lia arc unique; all of them bearing the em- prevent the spread of infectious diseases by pie in this country receiving wages, and straggling up the and quite a look of fairy land abiut this blem' of a swan. Tho "Swan River Settle- attaching penalties, and about six hundred thousand belonging s WAITIXO llOOJt IX WORK 8 hTAHLE. 5 Te-1 ment" was the first name of the present hidden harbjr and town, ai perfectly Circuit to organizttions that control their labor. I To establish the Nineteenth llo owiu what ho cousidir tho bout city of Perth -t- he capital of Western Aus- Court Judicial District, composed of the would haye nriiDc: noise, kansah nrr. until one searches it out. A all the cix hundred thousand doublo tr t'u- - team in tho worM. Thoy Mmniota anl tho northwestern states pilot, in neat uniform, did the port tralia. Perhaps "odd" would more appro counties of Eitill, Powell, Lee, Clay, Perry, do as they please, and I would have all the ere calt-- d Kdwnnl and Dirk Swlreler. havo had tholr exp'rleiKV, and ven Now Thoy haw the stamp than Letcher, Knott, Breathitt and Wolfe. mile Tho honors and bw us in'.o a safe berth, when priately characteriza other eleven million four hundred thou- est time a niado a team In a:10. dono fast- England mil Yirguda anl IVnmylvanla double, liovo over was hao not woaped. April, Slay an I Juno am had to ba exact in our purthe anchor was dropped, and notice given "unique." We To authorize peace officers to take bond sand do as they p!eae. You will admit mod by Aldlno and Mnud 8., that did i mo lornaiin montii. tho wU recently, that we should not sail again before 10 chases, so as to have none left over, as the in penal and criminal cases. that the six hundrel thousind in such or- tholr mile In . Kama City, Mo., suffered inoL This I n o'clock. Two steam launches came out t stamps cf W. Australia are useless outside "I built this Imrn two years at;o, and It town of To permit express messenger to carry ganizttions ought not to control the o'er- wonderful iHitcrprlw. pluck, in coit mo about fTO.CW)," akl Mr. M'ork. dustry anil money. us and took off the pusengers, wishing to of that colony. No intercolonial arrange- concealed weapons. en million four hundred thousand labcrers I Uppo8 th lot is worth lienrlv as murli One go ashore. The P. & 0. anchorage is about ment has yet been made to obviate this, Appropriating $5,000 for a building for notinthrm. Your first duty, O laboring more, lait of courso thu publla dom not rare publlo of thohou' wivckod wn the Lnthrcp school building. It had lately had a of the harbor, and less than a and many other difneultiej, which X may the colored blind and $3,000 annually for man, is to your family. Let no one but about that," the centre wing put to It for an art school. If artisa I pretty ateep It for a stablo that, flJO,-Mmilo from the .landing jetty. The steam notice at I come in contact with them. I expenses. failure In thu country It will not bo bocauo Almighty Ood dictate to you how you Mr. Work It o fond of hli stable that tho weit U launches are "licensed to cury 40" each set this down as the first ono of the local To increase the penalty for incest from shall support them Work when you bo spmiils much of his tlmo thoro, llko a Vlllngo ha not cultivating It. Almoit overy It nrt school. and the two sufficed to take all wauling tq jsajousiea wo have encountered, and as tho two to six to two to twenty-on- e hostler, Itut he has had three niogiilOcent years. please, where you pleass, at what you Tho Iithrop school houw km topped with room fitted up for hlmsolf ou tho second caueo of our first momentary annoyance. go. The fare is one shilling each way. To make seduction a felony, punishable please, and allow no one for a hundred a great ungainly tower of tuaooiirr. Twleo lloor. llw sitting room Is tho ono oen In It hod The vis iv of tho town, as one approaches Fancy Kentucky postage stamps not being by confinement in the penitentiary for not millionth rart of a second to interfere with the lllutratln, He looii pronounced ha another homo conJi'imiwl, tL Init tlmo utuafo and twice a!o only a few wvki ou "good" in Tennessee, and you have it. I less than one nor more than five years. it from the luroor, is very pleasing. somonh-relw in tho city, where his ago, but no attention your right. hm jwtld to tho warnis of it, at once, for it is built dare say. this' will be rectified in time when live. family see all there To make the County Superintendent ing. If It had been hecilM tbo worti or tnoro Mr. Work, tpenklng ot tho breodhig up of There are now published in the Uaiud on a plain hill slop j, from the water side the country is settled more compactly end elective for four years, instead of two, and lltli children now lying crushed of trotters, nny that w at the bittoni; icitteriogly at nostazo stamps as a medium of trifling re provides for taxation for eobool. purposes States 11,100 newepapera and periodicls of Now York la 1S30 a hen ha first camo to and cokl In dentil might hava vn ygt trotter ollva Tlw tornado struck the itorthwen all clas'e. The net gain of tle voir hss wa m ire of a rarity than n 2 'JO Ikimo Is the top, with several villas of taoio than mittances, becjme a daily necessity, a3 by districts instead of count if corner of m Iioumj. Tho Iiuro tower WTiytl ordinary architectural pretentions, dotting with us. To make the erection of tombstone over been Coi. Toe daily newepipers number now. 1 L- - jrTKoui stable U on Fiftvtixth n tnotneut, micvrinln, then toppled and fell strojt near avouuo. It colUng U Inward through tho ceiitro of the structurv. sizj of the Mel choice sitei, a little way out of town. The I was amazed at the deceased persona a part of the funeral ex- 1,210, a gain of 33. There are 700 religious of pollih.-- oak, nud tho floor Adelaide and Sydney papers. I penses to be allowed in settlement of the and denominational newspapers published witn Heavy matting. There wasis n covered Tho houK mm full of ptiplU lleforo tho d bourne,, handsomest of these belongs to our certain storm cloud bunt the air had been fearfully in the United State, and nearly one-thi- rd woman In tho city a fow year ngo who stilt, pilot, I. was told, which speaks well thought the man had picked up a packet estate and tho l.oaveu had turned dark a fqr his taste in selecting a homeitead. 6f them, when I bought the last Melbourne To revive the old law in relation to ex- of tbem are printed in New York, PuiU-delphi- s, had her borW manger silver plated. Mr. twilight. Work doe not to flturolaiion. Fancy 43 pages Riyal Folio. emptions of pergonal property from exeBcstoa and Chicago. New York though no commongowood qulto that extent, , When fte landed it was difficult to real is cood cnou2h for office a specimen by cution, attachment, distress- - for rent and ii far ahead in thia repect, but Chicago hi high stepper. id that we were actually in the "uttermost I aend the Interior There aro other stablsn nearly a elegant leads Boston. Three newspaper are departs of the earth." With the exception of a this, mail, that will, I ratherthlnk, astonish fee bill in this State. a Mr. Work's, Bonner', with Maud & few odd vegetable growths, Albany might a practical printer. They are as big as the To make Jogs which have been listed for voted to the silkworm, six to tho honey within, l uut far away. The VanderbKt have been a quiet setport in England, Scot- continent relatively. taxation and the tax paid thereon pereonal bee, and not less thin thirty-tw- o to poulstables nm vory splendid So la that ot try. The dentist Lave eighteen journ, Kockefuller, of Htaivlard Oil company fame. land or .Ireland. But a brief stroll up the I was impressed, also, with the purely property. Uo ought to uaino bis fasten trotter Coal To appoint an inipector of scales and an the pbonographers nine, and the deaf and principal street orougnt us upon a eccne business basis on which even the smallest WArt fl 1st' if eM M Bit M that is not .witnessed in the British Isici. In purchases are made in the Albany, shops assistant weigher at coal mines. It allows dumb and blind nineteen. There are three When a Now York horse, fancier spooks of well stocked the miners to employ tbem at their own publications entirely devoted to philately, front ol one of the niodta: "Hotels" of which, by the way, are very the roail'' h moans Bt. Nicholas avenue, out beyond Central park, through which tho one to the terpiichorean art. Prohibitionist which the little city has several about a and well cotten up, generally. No obsequi expense. fast home nru generally drlvou. Tho famou To require countiei to pay for their own have 129 organs to the liquor dealers' eight. borvs belonging to dozen "Aboriginal" (no the Australians ousneai; no smiling invitation to buy, nor prlvato owner may bo I MflAnt The woman suffrage's bare e'ven, t' ; ecu Li call me native oi iiiocuumry) ero execu- polite qaery of what they can "do for you - ijr f..n utir..ii. II r i 1 They for tho edifica- sii?" as in a London establishment. To establish a State Normal School for candy makers thret. Gastronomy is rep- where a glltiipMi of Maud H. herself may be ting a sort of "war-danchad occojlonally. Iluru I where Mr. Work of a knot of our pasiengers. The ex- look inquiringly at you a square, business colored persons. It appropriates 7,00,0 for resented by three papers, gas by two There drives hi tion Inward aud Dick Hwlvclor. are about GOO newspapers printed in GerTIIR COURT IIOCKK. hibition was not unlike what I have seen look. You state your wants. They get the a building and $3,000 annually. When M ittd H. trots It Is nocouary to put The chiMnin wore frightened, but cowered forty-tw- o They take your in French. The towns toe weight upon her to bring out her highest To permit handwriting to be tested by man, and in America', with our own red Indians as article yon ask for. which have most French periodicals are spceL Mr. Work takni prldo in tho fact quiet at their tcachon' rtoninand till tho actor; made up of grunts end diabolical money. You take their goods. No thanks. comparison. stonn felL It wo tho smallest pupIU In tho his loam yills, and leaps and. hopping to and fro, of Yea, I aaid."thank you," from the force of To require that fences must bj erected New York, New Orleans and Worcester, Mat do not aro natural trotter. He says:I uaseiiieiii, oor llttlo things, that wero hurt "They n ear boots or weights, and very ungraceful character, but all in a cer- habit. But it sounded out of place in that and maintained upon both sides of all rail- - Mass. four apiece. There are more Swed- - bavo never known them to touch a hair most. The storm rogid so terrifically that all was ono wild noiso and spin and whirl tain rude time nnd measure. Each ono solid transaction. nnd, roads, the owner of the land nnd the rail- iso prints man rrencu. Two newspapers when going nt their gnatot sp-J- , moro than tlii. all their faat milo hnvo l.wn for throe quarter of an hour. It was wind The harbor is lovely from the town; as road company to divide the cost, execpt are printed in the Bohemian tongue. a tuft of grass in bis hand the use carried and water together. It coated suddenly, anJ made with simply tbo naturul preparation Albany where the railroads are given the right of was the town from the harbor. of which I could not divine. A few horriwhich dri lug on tho road has given thoiiL In a momont tho schoolyard wa full of horror-strlckoThe advance in broom corn is something Thoy wear no chock people. Thoy bogan th ble women, with pipes in their mouths aud must bs a pleasant placs to live in albeit way, when they shall bear all the expense. rolns, but carry their unprecedented. A year ago it waa worth hoads hi tho manner which Qod iutondod work of digging out the dead ami crushed fragments of "billy cock" hats atop of a bit sleepy judging from the comfortable To increase the penalty for rape from two $80 per ton, and now fetches frpm $100 to thorn to, aud thoy aro alwnys ready on a babe. Tho kconox wero heartroudlug as ono their tangled locks, stood near; one of them look of everything. I didn't see a squalid to six years to from two to twenty-on- e after another wa rocognltxt by It parents. $2-1per ton. The seed, ordinarily worth moment' notice to do tholr boit. Most horsos It was a time of agony and fear. When tho with a "pickaninny" swung in the alack of thing in the place, but that squad of wretch years. bavo a weak apot somo whore, but If mlno To require all fertilizers to be analized at $2.50 per bushel, now sells at $10, and can nave ou 1 Jo not know It, You ask rao why rescuers were llft,ng out one girl oho hogged a greasy blanket, on her bick Toe yourg ed "Aboriginals " They were exotics, of them not oe had in auiuctent quantities even at thoy bavo rvtaiiiud their ipeod for 10 many plmiedto leave her and halo tho boi- w ha n aborlginol had frowsy reddish hair and "thebuih" as everythivg "out of town" the State College down lioildo hor Iwcauio ho wa so To amend the act regulating the pay of that price. The reason for this state of year. Well, I do not jiound them around llttlo, only 5 years old. Thoro wero heroes seemed a moat interested spectator of every is called in Australia. The arrival of a evory day and drive them over hard roadi Commonwealth witnesses In felony cages affairs is that a few years ago cverrbodv that are not fit forhpooJItig purposus. When among tho tiny creatures who wmo carried thing rolling a pair of curiom bleck eyes "P & O " is a harvest of sixpeuces and To require all life and other insurance west into raising broom corn, the market I have a brush with another horso or team cut wouiuL-- nnd dying on that a.ul day. shillings all round. GO or 80 pasetngrri in ever 7 direction. When the dance was Tho county houo was & license. was and price went so low ihy aro as eigcr as ono could wbh, but structure. It courtbuilt on a hill,a hanJuomo was over the women scattered to the various landing after a long stretch at sea are sure agents to pay commandwhen tho racing is over tbey nro qulot, and To amend the act for the relief of the as to create a diegust for the industry. Last do not fret and fiunu groups of spectators, to collect the narvest, to leave a led- ol money in tho first port and act In thu dUagroe-abl- u ing a vlow of tho oily. Coiuoquontly, It was inaunor that ii common to so many u.Tposed to the full fury of tho storm. It had Onehideous oldhg approached me with they touch. For a few hours things wear a penitentiary, so as to prohibit the working year only nbouta third of a crop wasraired btvn built originally for a hotel, but tho I have been palm. I responded with a penny. lively look. But I could easily imagine of the convicts in tho mlnea after the expi and no attention was paid to. aaving seed. horses. with thotn, careful not to do foollih county bought it for SW,000 and changed It extended things and havo nuvcr known ration of the present contracts. There is probably not seed enough in the them to take Into tho court houw you eo lu tho picture, I wish you could have seen that malevo- the stagnation that followed our departure a lame su-p-. To extend the time of the existence of country to put out more than a third of a at least that I w hat It was a fow day ago. leaving two four barges, two lent look the witch like beldame gave me Now it luu no roof at all and mo it ot thu the Superior Court four years longer, and crop this year, and those farmers who are NoP aha almost shouted. "Tackpenl" steam launches and half a dczsn sail boats wall or tho third and fourth stories are providing that appeals may be taken from lucky enough to have seed on hand will gone. It 1m a molancholy rulr-- A doputy "Tackpen" Which I at ouce guessed was ai the sole occupants of the "Sleepy Holsheriir was killed by a falling wnIL Thoro And I wra low" where the most S. Eisternly of the that court to the Court of Appeals only in make a good thing out of their broom- "Aboriginal" for sixpence wero a numlior of prisoners lu tho basomont cases where the amount involved is $2,000 corn crop in 1SSG t. I demurred migntiy, out me gave cities of Australia droues away its un nit and for tho first tlmo lu their 11 vm thuy bail or more. eventful existence. scrowl still repeatme such a demoniacal reason to congratulate thanuolves that tbey "Yes," remarked the Hon. Posey Stub's, To require all incorporated cities, towns wero In JalL Thoy wero hold safe nnd uninI noticed how clean the streets were, and ing in an uncompromising way -'- Ncl of the wire grass district, "1 managed to and villages to establish local boards of jured In tho basement during tbo storm. Takpecl Takpen!" that I timidly consent- smooth with their well laid coats of yellow $60,000 out of the River and Harbor health, and make quarterly reports to the eel ed to be robbed by this dreadful old crea- gravel. Tho houses are either atone or boodle for the improvement of Bearwallow II Jill If 'V Jl Slate Bjard. tures &n Qd the makiag over into her brick aa in W, Australian towns generalCreak, but my constituents haye not risen To levy a tax of $300 on dealers in dirty hand the sum she coveted. Then she ly; in striking contrast, I am told, with to the emergency, I am sorry to say '' lightniLg rods. contented to leave me without thanks ex- tho extensive constructions of wood in othis that?" asked the stranger. "Why, For the benefit of mechanics, laborers "How pressed or felt gratitude, ho far as I could er colonies. So much for "first impres thoy write mo that they can't find the d d and material men, incteasiog the time in read her ugly face. A more disreputable sions" of thia amazing country. I have creek," cried Mr. Stubbs in disgust. "D'.d which steps may be taken to preserve a Jot of savages I never saw, nor wish tosee. read enough to be prepared for wonders I you ever hear of auch stupidity? I tele sixty days to six months. lien from I was told ihtj wen the average specimens. little dreamed of. I will write of them cur graphed the blooming innocents at once to To require morphine to be sold only is I bad not expected much, fjr all the histor rente cdatno as tbey turn up, hoping the scarlet wrappers. recbristen a convenient watering trough " A HOnSE PAF.ACE. ical accounts of the Aboriginees of Austra- narrative may entertain and even instruct Washington Hatchet. Within this horse palace aro vehicle of To allow defendants to testify in crimilia describe them as of a very low type of your readers. all kind. A man never looks so stingy or An episode of Swiss heroism Is to be so aelfhli aa when be drivoa off by himself But tbsy are more reWedid not steam out of "King George's nal and penal oasei. It allows defendants humanity indeed. to testify, but their refusal to do ao ia not caomemorsded near Lucerne in Ju-l- y In one of thoao spidery little singlo-seate- d pulsive than I had imagined. Squat, thin Sound" until midnight, and the heaving of to be construed as an evidence of their the sacrifice of Ajqojd of WioWried, trotting wagons. Here aro all tho world's legged, wiry; course of feature; painted hid- the anchor only lifted me to the regions of wives and young onus dying to tako a rldo whoatthobattiaofSempfcb, guilt. threw himeously; greasy; filthy; dull hlack in color; consciousness for a little moment, to drop in tno freiii air, and Mr. Horso Fancier BIUDOK ACItOHS THE MISSOUUL To continue the Geological Harvey. It self upon the, Austrian spears to encourage tuck hU duster about lUm aud drives out Tho llrst bridge built acrosi tho Missouri clad in sheepskins wool inside; with not back, Immediately, into deeper iiuBh appropriates $10,000, out of which la to be bis flagging conpajjpjofy ?d. wcfe, bfl.-tebefore tboir eye, all to bluuolf, boblud a river was ut Kaunas City, and uppo.ira la tho one ftttrrxtive, redeeming point on which By nine in the morning we hope to be in be all paid the printing of the Survey. The sala secured, tjie, vctpv, fye qnjnen-tena- yy horseat that would parsons,the hotter, for haul- lUustrutiou. It was owned by tho Chicago, an inquiring glance might rest; and all Adelaide harbor, wbero I wish to mall this. ing least two or four, countmc Burlingtou and Quluoy railroad. It cost of the baUle wltf fo, kept, by, voi- ry of the geologist is reduced from $3fXM) the little children, smoking the diltieet of pips. As I looked Praise the LORD for bringing us safsly Twice bjforo It had beon partly tV50;000. toff, to $2,000. co.nymoxaUye pjoaumsjet po tbo. Mr. Work's stable aro supplied with these wahed away by floods, and had boon upon these original proprietors of the soil, another stage. Efec in Jesus, rebuilt To provide for the partition of Una fie)d, a.nd thfletgnbarin CAntons,nyj fur- singlo-seatetrotting wagons. There are with tpcial caro with view to making it GgonoB 0. JlAjtMEa felt a long way from home, and the reali-anio- n I oiso uaroucuej, cioseu carriages, etc, at strong enough to resist storm. But the esheld under deed or will vesting a life nish a grand historical procession in the pleasure. Tho celling I moro boautlful and second spau from thu Kansas of our position bfgan to steal upon Mr Brown, of San Antonio, Texas, besldo of tbo tate on two or more persons. ccatume of WinkelrJed's times, elaboruto than vory many church edlllces river was blown Into nowhere by this May me at last, came angry and swore in the presence ol To provide that the Commonwealth shall oufcdde tho largo cities can boat of. The storm. Tolugrnph nnd railroad termini A lot of boys in Nlcbolasville played at dark pollshol oak Down this main street we came upon a Mri. Williams. She objected, and be told rafters sbitio In tho wero mostly qulto destroyed. not admit as true the affidavits of absent hanging Kansas City the other day, and induced Walman peddling boomerang?; which also gave her to help herself if alia Gould. So abe that gleams from lights brilliant wa wrecked by a torrlfla tornado three twinge of the exile feeling. He also told her husband, and Mr. Williams at witnesses in order to preyent a continisnee, ter Clarke, aged 12, to be the hangee. He enough to illuinluato a ballroom. Around year ago. me a Thti losses by tornado to Such affidavits are to be taken u othtr tesstuck his head in the noose and a boy kick, the coUIng, at tbo top of the wli, Uw tho country this spring will foot up many offered for sale a pair of Emeu legs, Ukea once loaded his pistol, sought Brown, and decorations aro, vory olaboraty. timony and the Commonwealth shall be million dollar. The storm passoJ through ed a barrel out from undtr him, and then found him eating supper. "Did you swear off at the knee, and so recently as to be The stablo hi so lino "and costly that it Ii thahoortof Kansas City. It camo from ths permitted to controvert the statements of his companions ran away and left Walter visited as a cur:os!ty by thousand of rer- - southwest and passed nortlioast, loavluz woe dried, They looked like the ped- in my wife' preseqoe?' asked Mr. Will-iaaasoch affidavit ao read by other efidence and destruction In Its tracks. "I 4H$ SJMwered Mr. Enwn. and to impeach such absent witnesses to kicking in the air. He was cut down by al extremities of the father of all the wild -did not invest, but have regret- Thereupon Mr. Williams shot Mr. Brown the same extent as if he were personally passing men, but waa unconscious for snv- tuikies. I rifMlook at tbe lists oa your label sud If Toirtr fnurHhrrs F r- Natloinl I'v.k " i' h'.'r' Vou sre in arrears, send in onr rfaen. "Owe ro ted ever since that did not buy a boiner- - dead. i jllCUl. at.ic.. .f X .nula v.-'l jt i, a lJ at amuaujtUiOrf.' r lonmal nowa-pape- -A- i FEB s; ol GEO. O. 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