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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887040101 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 1887 $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. TT-- ' y sin j;wf w 'wi' v'"?1"' "" ""T""" ft fen W"Kw'm4fiimt1',miv'1Wtwl" .' Sfetw WeeUn vol. xyi. L 4- MM 'isYLrr SsHBt tilefiaf jpntfmai i,i if, STANDI), Rm , MAY, i1' APRIL i ' 1 hi 1887; n NO. 216. H. Ki TAYLOR, The Bou Lie. CMt ft- - 'i ORCHAKB, -- - pii; i -- i i " i ' - - LIHC9UI COUMTfl Q MARAUD CaUtTt PEPARJUEfHT. A JIarrodiburg correspondent famishes Lancaster,' t ' ' Iter. J. Q. tfontgomerV will preach at Of WO AN COUN TTt, fl a'CaVa'fiaU' lor the offlc the Courier Journal this account of a won-- Col L F. HubhleV rrs returned from ofBuperlntendsnl ot IMhllo Instruction, subject tbe Christian phurcb next rnnday morning to tbe Democratic) Hute Contention. derful surgical operation: A man by the and night. Birmingham, but will go back to that flourI'ti&i7s7ie(l TuctXau aiui JFrMav nam of Hsggin bad been blown out of a -- AT Mr. W. P. Tatetn has rented Mr. ishing city In about two weeks. WOOD WALL1CK WITT C0CIIAlf. well by the premature explosion of a blast, A somewhat remarkable curiosity in Smith's house, opposilo the Iliptist chuicti A.IVNUIVX, CAH1I. 83 and was carried home with his brains oozand gone to housekeeping. the shape of an eyeless, tailless calf was givexing from en ugly wound above the right we credit that 11.50 will be understood If The work has already bejtm for the en birth to a few days since bv a cow betemple. Dr. Slavlns was summoned and pected and demanded. GENTS' FURNISHERS, purpose of enlarging the lake at the Springs longing to Mr John Biugbman, The sinimmediately had Dr. Tomlinsoa called in and when completed it will he vastly larger gular freak of nature Is ss frisky as any of 813, 4th Street, consultation. It was a serious cue and W. P. WALTON the other animals and bids fair to thrivei than at present. - - required prompt and bold treatment, for Wo have examined Mri. I'. W. Jones' notwithstanding its doable eflllction, Hagglns I if was fast ebbing away. A At Paint Lick Saturday George Hob-eitnew stock of millinery good and pronounce Ml VERNON, R0CKCASTLEC0UN1Y, small portion of the "Villi was removed chnrged with malicious shooting it the largest and beH ever exhibited here teaspoonful of brains, bloodv Cap!. Eram ban hjwii 110 acris of oats antl about a Mr. Perry White has been the proud waiyed an examining trial and was placed JtfJBWCOJHJB and bruised taken out. At this juncture d thin spring boy since the " l th . under a bond of $500 until Circuit Court possessor of a MT VERNON", KY. Sallle HiIrsII, ft worthy colored Klrl the operation for the lime ceaed. The Mr,' Jlirre Collier also rfjoice-- t over the ad Hoberls, It will bo remembered, is the man doctors were in a diletnini in regard to n who, in company with the Bast boya and Kotol Is allll main died Tuelsjr, of pneumonia. Thliold and rent of another by sin"e the "3 h, taining its fine reputation. Charge reasonable witne-rc- s went down to what to Gil the ciyily with. Happily it Tnentj-fJT- e Is quite sick, John Hensley, shot into the school-houMrs. Will Kennedy Bpoclal attention to tho traveling public. uccuncd to one to procure a dog, rob him Captain Moore is some (lie Carter trial from here Tuesday. bitter at this writ at Paint Lick recently. He ia just recover- at. v. xjBjrcoarn, Pn'r, of a portion of his brains and transplant 83.6m MU Vernon, Ey. ing. Mrs. Lina Saunders, who has been ing from the wounds he received on that Parma Leo, familiarly known a Gon Ia such an sick for several months, wa moved up to occasion, 11 o'clock. them into HsgglnV hold. eral,died Wednesday morulog At gHsHltBtosiii.M .TTslM 16 emergency there was no time for discus Mrs. Ksinslr'sSnlir. V Islikilythat 8sm Sultoq and Clayton Hay, two col14 pound granulated augar for $1 nlonand the experiment w.n tried at once. ! 09"iery tack guaranteed to give tatlsfsctlooVK ored men, whose reputations are not aboye pounds belt C suar for $1. P. L.Thomp-ion- . tbe change will greatly binrfit her. A pointer dog wed Immediately procured, 2t I have opined the finest, largest and reproach, were arrested Monday charged i Ltrges t assortment lleit goods Low- etheriisd, placed no ir the patient, a por- cheapest sto;k of millinery goods and all with being tbe parties who furnished the YAL.U AISLE PHOPEIITY ! CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, tion of the right side of the skull removed fancy ell price. Where m? Logan Thompson' notions bjlonzlnz to this line that prisoners in the county Jill with files and and a sufficient quantity of the dog's brains 2l of course. As Administratrix of B. It. Gentry, .'I will sell has ever uaen brought to Crab Orchard. saws with which they came near making OF I.ANC'ASTr.It, KY, ss carefully and dextrotlily taken out as au escape a few days ago. They were re- on bis late premises, on One of our physicians, who nu In 8 tit My prices are very low and I ask the pubbe done with crude instruments at - $i:5,0U0 00 leased on bail and wilt be tried Friday. ON SATUDAY, APRIL 2ND, 1387, CAPITAL Like City a few yean since, Is, we think, a could lic to call upon me before purchasing time, nicely fl ted into the vacant that Jailer Holhwell is positive that they are 2t half wuy believer Mrs. E. W. Jones. A trast of land in Higjln' head, the wound sewed This Bank solid ta accounts of lndlflduals, firms Those early gardenera will now hare pace Mr. Hal Moore has nicely fitted up a the guilty ones and will prosecute them to left comfortably easy. and corporstlons. Its facilities lor making col- 107 extent of the law. replanting the pice now oc up and the patieat the trouble of biat of his own, placed it on the lake at the lections, In all parts of the United States, are un. As Hlavin had suggested the remedy for Orange Walker, a n, colored Adjoining the homestead, la a good state of cupled by fiozen seedi. the Springs and frequently invites our surpassed, and cutonera are at .all times granted moat oflt down In gran, well watered and Tomlinsoo thou pioposed to reany reasonable accommodation tbey see proper young ladies to take a row on the lake. man, was exercising a vicious horse, tne fenced. In the bastardy suit of Julia Owens the man, place the dog' brains with thoo of the I will sell also at the limn lima aftouk. WebegtoolTer our services to tbe cltl-reMon Last Saturday afternoon we joined a party, property of Mr. Solon Henry, Monday nzainst Hani Hit, in the county court 2 Work Mules, 2 Horees. I extra diddle Ilorse 7 ot neighboring counties, without Banking whiuh were stilt lying on tho table was agreed upon and man old, l Denmark SsddleHullIoa 2 jears old, first ladles to enjoy a row ternoon, when the animal reared up and Tmu who were the day, a compromise I Weanling Baddla Colt by On Time, 1 Brood facilities, and atiure them that any business sent near. As it was a settled opinion that the across its placid bosom in Mr Hal's boat fell on him. Walker's leg was caught unMare by Hobble's Denmark, In foal to Judge us shall at all times hiTo prompt and faithful atthe case dismissed. dog would die anyhow, no objection was Iluger, I good Brood Mare, 8 cows with calf, two tention. Thediatillinz firms of. Jno. Riddle and There were two others in the party, a lady der Ihe horse and crushed in a horrible of tbem registered Hhorthomi, 10 good grade long was cirried out. DIKECTORSi copartnership made and the idea protruding thro yearling Cattle, 2 yearling belters, 1 thoroughmanner, some of the bones and a gentleman, who were so deeply enI. M. I)nny hare formed a Now comes the most wonderful part of bred Bull (lUglaterrd), 4 grade heifer caltes, the leg of his pinlaloons, The injured also bought the merchandise stock in "Love's Dilema" that they pre1 thoroughbred tangled and have heller calf, So good Ewes with J. M. HIOaiNBOTHAJI, the story, for bjth pitients resovereJ; the lambs, 20 fihoata, 7 Sows and pls, Farming Immember was amputated Tuesday by Drs. remaining quietly upon the bank. JOKL J. WALKER, of A. Catron and hereafter the Grm will plements, consisting of Wood Itesper, Buckeye LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, after a long siege of careful nursing ferred man Mower, Bay Rake, Wheat Drill, flows, J. W. LO?AN, J. 8. JOBNEON, Miss Maggie Haines, from Louisville, Kinoaird and O'Neal, who report Walker's he kncyrn aa Denny, lUilille h Co. and the do without further attention or o 4c., One good Spring Wagon, 2 T. U. ARNOLD, L. K. HUBBLE, zzie Oorm condition very favorable. Keedrille, this county D Cook.of is visiting Misses Mary and L Wsgoas, 1 good JSaggy and Harness almoit niw, troub.V A curious remit, however of the B. U.MULLINS. JOS. SIMPiON, Houishold tffects, Ac Mr James Duncan went lo Louisville ley. Mr. Dick Ward and wife, of Paint bought at Administrator' sale of the Kb-ert- s Also at aame time the rbl'owlng horses belong. of brains was noticeable in both change htlrs, last Monday, the houva'.ead for Ilaggin and the dofl. The canine would Lick, have been the guests of his father, Wednesday on a brief visit. Miss Bottle Ing to J. a Uentrr will besold: 1 good combined OPFXCERHi Mare 8 yesrs old, 1 S year-ol- d Huddle Mare, 1 LiuisHjwieft bought at eatae time Mrs. Kate Egbert is in the country with Bolton, of Richmond, has taken a position woanllog Colt, 11 iXxu Mares, moat of them in $S00 neyer afterward go near a well, but made a J. If. UIQOINBOTHAM.PUEsT. Mrs W. M. Ulgglns. Mr. J. il. Brooks, in the dry goods establishment of of J. Q. foal to good horn. r0acrebilon2ingtoiami heir for $180 LEWIS V. LEAVELL, TERMS: All sums cf 810 and unaer rath, over regular habit of going every morning beJudge Jno M. Fisb is spoken of as a fore breakfast lo a certain Main street bar- of California, has been visiting relatives & C. W. Sweeney. Mrs. Sam M. Ander- that ataoant a creoit of our months with apprar- J. P. 3ANDIFEB, CASHIER, ed security. Terms aa to land made known aa day B, F. HUDSON, TELLER. very suitable person for candidate on the room, slipping jn tbe back waj and wink- here. Mrs, John Slavin, accompanied by son, of Gallatin, Tennessee, is visiting rela- of Bale. JHHS. 31ABX C. OEXTB V. Admix, Utile tives in this county. Misi Nellie Crumb two pretty democratic ticket for tho Legislature, also ing at the bar keeper with his right eye. her twin Katie and Mattie Chrlsman, less, of Kingston, Tennessee, is a guest of the name of It L. Myers is bjiog meotlon. Haggln got along all right and lived a Bargain. MACS BKUCE'3 good race if up from Dinville and spent several Mis J Elizi Smith. MIsb Sara F. Anderson, ed a one wbq would'taike long time, bat ever afterward, when he came popular young ladr of this county, baa days with Mrs. E. W. Jones. Mr. Frank a nominated. would see x country dog following a farm a very I offier lor sale privately In Stanford, Ky., porch-WeClifford's handsome countenance was visi- gone to Versailles, where she will accept a Buggy & Implement House. desirable reslJenca with seron a your last issue the name of V. F and -Iwigon on the street he would bristle up smoke home, of water at the door; stable, McClary was auggtsted m Mat a suitable and give a savage and paralyzing growl or ble on our streets this week. Miss Jennie position in a niillinerx store. Mr. Robert Ac. About an acre of ground In the lot. For E. Hughes has recovered from a slight Illterms, Ac,, apply to B.G.A LFORD, candidate for the Legislature from your bark, anl whenever be saw a quail he Kennedy has returned from Ml. Vernon. Agent for J.It. AllonL 163- ness. Misa Carrie Farley, of Richmond, is I hare now county If he bai aa many warm friends would stand perfectly rigid, holding up Bright Qit$ visiting Mrs. T. M. Johnston, Jr. Miss in Lincoln aa he ha in this county he one foot until the bird flew away or was Litters of credit, Q U A V- .- Danville Farley will teach a class in painting while A Full Lino of Wheat Drills and stands a very good show for the nominaBreeze, other Agricultural Implements,'! removed. ' here. tion. X wink In time strengthens the ha been crsntfd a pen Is W. R Darnell Women Braver Than Men Betides a Standiforfa Qpening Gun. Sifting. I was talking with a dentist the other lion. II. D. Williams, of Junction City, "Say what you please," remarked the fall Line ol Bngglei and! Wagoni A law that suits bad men is not a good wu here. Mu L. M. Mreri. of Pleasant day, and, muoh lo my surprise, he inform, one, N, O. Picayune, prohlbitlop candidate for, governor to. the Always on hand. In connection with my Valley, Is attending Mrs. Nesblll's school. ed me that women underwent dental opera The policeman should watrh that others Louisville Timet, "Dr. Blandiford made a business, I will also carry a Welsh ia home from LouisvIIU lions much batter than men. He said he Mr. John grrat speech at Eliiibetbtown veiterday N. 0. Piqayune, may not prey. Complete Stock of Lumber, for a short visit (o frleqdi and relative. W. vastly preferred women patients, because Ooe sees very few sealskin eacques stand- He was in great form physic illy and msn II. Mowisy, K (j , AiiUUol Ibute Agtat of they were less trouble, submilted more easi- ing up in the street cars. Harper's Bazar. tally, and though he did not talk over half Both rough and dretaed. Prices on everything as the Adams TUprew, wm here Wedneadty. ly lo what was necessary to be done and The crematory is the burn from which an hour, there was butine's in every word Low us auy one. 8 o'clock M)nday bre the little hurls neccrsary lo such opAbout half Pittsburg Dispatch. he uttered and he set all who heard him to I lolldt-- shsre of your patronsge. no traveler returns. Respectfully, night one ol the stddest trijeJIoi thit has erations with greater fortitude. "A woman Killing your- thinking. As he stood up before that great A metaphysical paradox ever occurred at this place wis enacted by has much more endurance," he said. "As J. JU. BRUCE. be it dressed m.an I eyer saw, Fun. aadience", the self with hard work lo get a living. two boys, WMlelte Voweli and Willie LW-eiasoon aa you bejin to operate on a man' straight as an oak, massive In body and ny Folks. aged 10 and II respectively. It seems tooth be begins to fidget a id shrink, and A prominent minister in Fremont iscred. brain, discussing practice,! statesmanship In that they in compaoy with some other boya every time you touch a tender spot he itod with being a good one to tie two. a manner masterly in its strength and simwere oat playing last Sunday when a bpy wants to jump out of the chair. His con Omaha Bee. plicity, he impreesed me a a man whose Valuable Real Estate and Store We are opening tie m ost carefully selected, Jtb.e lib. dispute arose ovar eorne trivial matter duct mikes tbe operator nervous and tired. Lotta is now worth over a $1,000,000 height and depth, length and breadth I Booms. finesand best stock ot connected with the play, when piobably a The avenge woman, however, will sit Phew! That's a Lotta money for so little a had never before fully realluJ. If he con1 OllGAIVK PIANOS As Executor oi Lewis V. Philips, I oiler blow or two was exchanged, but waa aonn through a whole afternoon of drilling and woman. Life. tinues to completion his canvass of the for sale, on easy terms, the following dec'.l,estate in real Ever brought to this city. Every lostiumeot; is bovi went on with their filling and hammering at her teeth like a silled and the Many an employer would cheerfully ac State as he inaugurated it yesterday, he and near tbe growing town ot Lancaster, Oarrard theprldaof an artist and prices range from 10. to county, Kentucky! play aa usual. They met at the grocery Mjor. You are able to do moie satisfac cept a term aa labor-leade- r at the regular caunot but make a p rerful impression on on Public Square ol said 25 percent. lower tnan olotner dealers aak for the Ono Brick dtore-roomusical und art culture same goods. Persons room. town, now used aa a lore of Walk Newcotub, near the depot, tory work for her, and feel less fatigued salary. Oihkosh Times. the awakening people of tbe Commonon tbe Public Square, now are Invited toanluaie"tlonof thebcautlful, cultiOne frame Store-roovated, refined tono and artist desigusol these oale to to the little when you have fioished. A female gener when they made reference used as a lamlly grocery room. The man who tries to please himself has wealth." s Two on Richmond Street, near Pub- bratod Instrumentsdispute that took place the day before and ally gives n somewhat lo ider scrcim than n easier lime than he who tries to please lic Square, one now used aa a Millinery Store, the This d'uerintion of a hanging U from a Kuulji;, tlio Fad other .is an Undertaking establishment. With Tho after talking the nutter over for a little a imn when she has a tooth pulled, but everybody New Orleans Picayune. New Z aland paper and shows that they do this block will be sold II .desired a lot of ground mous Decker Jc Son, the Popular Evwhiln In which neither appeared to get mad, she approaches the forcep more br.ively adiolnlcg The man who would pick another man's such things better than we: The condemn One Inr.n with houso and other necesnry Imerett and tlio Itelliiblo New I'ngland yoaug Vowels stepped to the doer and ask and is nut so apt to have the toothache pocket would write an anonymous commu- ed men walked up the Udder to the plat- provements, on the Lexington Turnpike, 3 miles rinnos, trom Incattor, of 137 acres. by the eight of the dentist, nication loa newspaper. Llveay to come to him Livesay foleJ Lowell Citizen. cared away miles Iron Lancaster, Ono Farm ol 140 acres, Z form with a firm tread, but without the lowed and on reaching the door Vowels as is so often the CAse with the patient ot is said that during the recent earth- slightest bravado. They were calm and near the Lexington Pike, improved, with house The Celebrated Olough and Warren and It and necessary outbuildings. etrui. lnui with a kuifs, which afterwards the male persuasion " quake in Nice the beds in the hotols there, apparently quite hajpy, and just beforo the the John Ohurch & Oo. Organs. Ono farm, unimproved, 3 miles from Lancaster, hi a sprlrg bick dirk with a proved li for the first time in many years, received a white caps were drawn over their faces ihey Ky., on tbe Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. Creek, Extraordinary Matrimonial Swindle Please couiiuunk.ite with us for catalogues, term AudsJtoa tract of JS acres on Gilbert's ud prices. blade about tbno Inches in length. Lire- leaned forward and ki'sed eacbolher. Mr. about a lmics irom iancasicr. Two women, described as English, one thorough shaking upr As executor, I desire to sell all this property. S. It. JO ij J. COOK, Special Ag'ts, prayer on the ecsflold, and say turned end attempted to pick up someIt may seem queer to some, but alter all Hill engaged in suddenly the drop fell and I am empowered by tbe will lo make deoJs to It, Stanford, Ky. nanad Eveline Hippy. ths oilier Lindsay, as he concluded OrROiE R. RICQAItl), A tine chance is now oUeied to those desiring saving, "1 will thing to throw at Vowels have been arrested in Paris on the chargo it is but natural that at the dote of day we the startling simultaneous thud of both homes or Investments iteferonres A R Pouuy, Mrs E. M. CarpenBosmy Attorney, get you," and fell to the Ihor and expired of matrimonial swindling. It is nl'ejed should put on the clothes of ntght. For lull particulars ropes, which had a drop of eight feet, elec Noel, Lancaster, Ky.. addrcsi undersigned at II. T, ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mooro and James liesz-leor tbe btanfora; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab OrchMciioal aid waa of EJucation. in loss ihtu a minute. present, and ell was over tiiGed those jr. B.l'Jt J lull's. that Llnd lay, who was uiarriel in France ton Journal ard; Ueu. W. J. Lnndram and Mlts Llszle Uutf-maUOu 3m. bxecutor. 133-yr summoned but the boy was dead some 20 years ago, was accustomed to ndvtrti-Prohibitionist -- Have you the strawberry There was not tlm slightest vibration of eiLancatlu, Ky. minutes helore its arrival. Youog Vowels In some cf the newspapers, offering in mark of high license on your lef arm? Li- ther rope, and, with a feeling of ratisfaction all present saw that death In each instance ran home as noon aa he did the stabbing, marriage a young widow possessing a mil- quor dealer No! Probitionist Tjhen you had been instantaneous. s. but know not the extent of his deadly work, lion francs, or "a wealthy girl who has lost are my long-lobrother. Willie Hveasy was a eon of Hetty Llveay, her reputation." To those who took tho A Cincinnati scientist haB discovered and was a bright biy He was living with btlt she produced Rippy, who is 25 years that Mauna Loa, the volcano in the Smd-wic- h MEUOIIANT TA1JLOR, Islands, throws mud 1.200 miles. This the family of D N. Williams at this place of age, and the latter is esld to have visited Rochester Willetto Vowels is the next eldeit son of England with several Freochmen iusucces bests the Chicago newspapers. Express. I have received and still receiving our most enterprising J. E, Vowels, one of elon. to have gone through, the marriage Tickets, Editorial Thousand-Mil- e repscled citizens, who deeply deplores ctr'uiuny, nnd to have disappeared next and ticket on If a fellow has a thousand-mil- e the unfortunate aflalr. The boy has al- dnr, not uly wuh tbe wedding presents, three or four roada he can be awaf from many ba ways been a very quiet la J and Comprising tbe beat In the market, which wlllb but wiih Hny jselry within her reach. lievethathedld not aim to cut his com Happy was arrested in a high class hotel home half the time, and that is enough for Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Mono in City or Country psnlon, but thought to scare him by pre juit aa she waa about to sttrt to England to any editor. It ia ,'plrasant lo know that matter is cettled Some of ua tending that he was trying to cut him, be meet a fresh dupe. She is said to be very thia vexed GlveTOe a TrJul. ing under the impression that the blade of handsome, and to have deluded persons oo have been sweating blood for months and on the right the dirk would slide back into the handle cupving positions so high that ihey were many haye practiced walking of way getting accostomed to the ties like It had done in many cases before in ashamed to prefer a compliint. The letthe hands of different boys about town, who ters and accounls seized have, however, There wotili havo been trouble if editors had been obliged to walk. An organizitlon had been in the habit of playing and fool furnished full information .gH T mmiTsi i v Hippy has I had already been formed to have a bill is believed that he meant ing with it. It made a confession, throwing the entire re paised compelling railroads (o place their to press the spring and allow the blade to sponslbllily on Lindsay. ties the same distance apart, and to put a elide, but fatled to do so and the fatal cut There were 12 inches of snow at Lex rubber a'air-pa- d on each tie. This would result. He wis arretted and ington, Wednesday night ting was the have coxt ihe railroads a great deal of mon placed under guard and the trial set for Irnnkenneis, or Liquor Hablt.can bo Cured by ey, but the editors would have been relentWednesday, acd on that day poslponed till airalnutoring Sr. Haines' Golden Specific less and insisted on the improvement. In LWesay was buried Tues Friday. Young It can bo given In a cup of coffee or lean tbe Interest of white winged peace the Sun evening day tlio knowledge of tlio person Inking It. of. w hetlier is glad the vexed question is settled, ss a feeling ft spec Jy and permanent cure, coat has to earn its living in llm patient Is n inoilvrato drinker or an Tho fight between capital and labor with a "L" ti.no wreck. TliouanmU ot Alabama. A Mobile newspaper says that necn made temperate men mIiodrunkards tho is dlwayn a terrible thing Pack's Sun taken nwaU (lohlen Specific In their eofleo liae without their Tblat powder nevr varies. A marvel olpurit), at a recent bill a gentleman wore tho Moro economical licllcio they quit drinkkmm ledge, nnd Certain Phlladelphiaus carry hear? life strength and wholesomeoess. can not be solo low Ull coat in which he was married fi( than the ordinary kluds, and No harmful effect ing of tlit'lrown free will. has competlton with the multitude of low test .sborv John Wsnamaker insurance polities results from its administration. Cures kii.u teen years ago, which seventeen other bride powders. Holdoniy in weight Semi for circular nnd full particulars. $000,000 on his life, J B. Setson $515,000 cans. alum or phosphate Powoks C, grooms had worn nnd which had done duty Addros if eviiMenco (Ioi.iik.v specific Co., and Hamilton DieatonJJoOO.OOO. 100 Wall Street. New York i 'rritt Oliln Wli C l at 41 weddings. ial lJiiIt WALLACE&CQCHRAN, LOUISVILLE, 19C-2- & KY. CREAM t s, UOTEI, i LEXINaTOELKY. tiMlfk se AD'MIX' SALE elsa-whe- re. CONTAINING ACRES cultl-rstlo- well-know- n ns liar-row- s, two-hora- grand-childre- 109-t.- rose-bud- For Sale at a n PIANOS ! i pt 112-l- FOB SAXK! dry-goo- Store-room- World-renowne- lutt-onlc- Man-fordK- n, 1 st Tid-Eit- H, C. RUPLEY, B0Yl New Goods for Spring and Summer Wall Paper, Furniture, Ith-r-- ut POWDER Absolutely Pure. Rorar-BiKiM- drs nlco-hol- lo Cases, Caskets, Robes, y an-te- Full and Complete Stook of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAREIVT, Stanford. asisaiasjtoi. " mH.nitjimmimnmmfMja.ns fcjta.. -- , 5ttJ -- .A . m j- -. I y3iiwncr. i - Thomas S. Reynolds, of Messrs. H. C. Lynch and D K, Sawyer, of Missouri, threw himself down aa eleva Knoxvllle, Tennessee, are in town looking I tor shaft in the St. Louis custom-housabout for fine trotting hones. John Potts, T) iVla mM nvsili IK! I Inn cruahing his head and causing instant telegraph operator at the depot, will shortnln nn Stau.O)d,Ky, April 1 1887 amendment to the constitution in Novem death. He was haunted by the dread of ly be transferred to Somerset at an increased salary. insanity, and died to escape its horrors. ber. It is estimated that there has been a Another attempt on the Czir'a life is HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. W. P. WALTON. decreaee of $12,000,000 in the "public debt reported; this time within the Gatscbina March is vindicating its old reputation. ' in March. Palate. The Nihilists have murdered' a Having "come in like a lamb," it does not The Czar of Kuaala has been notified wealthy man because be refused them finanby tho Nihilists that 50 men have been ap- cial aid, and promise others the same fate. seem disposed to go out at all. Farmers are not particularly Jubilant pointed lo take hia lifo. The mobbing of American missionaries in over the late opening of spring and seem days' ea'ea of the oil paint- Smyrna is reported. The three The Couritr Journal advlaea farnieia to There are 4700 postal clerks in the disposed to vote agriculture a delusion. In cultivito as little tobacco as possible this ings of the Stewart estate, 217 in number, year and devote their energies to food crop. brought in a total of $513,750. service, about 2,200 of which are democrat-i- o fact since the unfolding of the buried treis-ureof Birmingham, the astonishing cipa The OJd Fellows have fully determin There litis bsen each nn over prodictiun of appointees. They are paid from $800 bilitiea of Chattanooga and the gaseous ia cow selling at much lea ed to build an orphans' home at Louisville to $1,300. tobacco that it These clerks last year handled than the actual coat cf raising it, while at a cost of $10,000. the enormous number of 5,329,521,475 possibilities of Harrodburg, Junction City Gen. Roswell Ripley, of Ohio, a Con pieces of ordinary mail matter. The whole and the Hanging Fork, it is a nettled questhere aro 228.000,000 bnahela of corn in the diffederate veteran and also a soldier of the number of miles of service performed was tion that our plodding ancestors "walked general supply lesa than a year ago, a hogs aro $1:60 Mexican war, dropped dead in New York. 100,723,910 ference of about 25 per cent.; or more than 4,000 times the in darkness all the days of their pilgrimage." Unfortunately there are still a few The Mississippi Valley Medical Asso- ciroumference of the globe. to $1.75 higher than a roar ago, an advance of 30 percent.; the supply of hoga in the ciation will convene at Crab Orchard Rav. Joseph Rowell, in a paper on who obstinately adhere to old notions and Springs, July 13, remaining in session for ''Heredity," read before the Congregational there is still a suspiciou that the producUnited Stale' i two or three million head entailer than a year age; bog products three days. Club of San Francisco, took the ground tion of the vulgar appliances of food and raiment will still be adhered to, at least to are Felling 50 to 75 per cent higher than a been placed to tho credit of that society should, as a means of protecThero has year ago. Aa lo cittle, the laat summer the pension agent for Kentucky $20,000 tion, reduce the increasing proportions of a limited extent. In fact the desire to get and winter creilui an unprecedented havoc for the payment of pensions to the Mexican crime and of the criminal classes by depri- rich by imosns of speculation is demqr-aliiio- g the whole of this great nation. Our in the rangea of the Western States and Ter war veterans. ving criminala and also their progeny, ritories and accredited estimates put the New York, property touch- when hereditary criminal inatincta begin to grandest possession is a fruitful soil and Broadway, a passably genial clinute; and our natloesea frm Texa to Montana, including ed its highest price last week when a lot doyelop themselves, of tho power of propaural and appointed mix-doia tp cherish 40 ner cent ; the million of 25x100, between both, a: 00 lo and Cedar, gation. Liberty the one and utilizs the other. There is cattle thus lost in the region where beef ia brought RELIGIOUS. more sound philosophy in the old maxim, grown wore cheaply limn anywhere else in A $500,000 cotton eeed oil mill ia to be A union revival held b'y the Metho- "Mrke hay while the sun shines," than in States arc necessarily a factor of erected at Montgomery, Ala. The same the at llopkinaville hat re- whole volumes of modern science. The the fitxt importance in the central market syndicate will build seven others in various dists and Biptista sulted in 50 conversions. present tage for boring and tunneling amid supply and in determining prices to a parts of the South. Rav, II. C. Morrison's meeting at l'aria higher range. As to ahecp, the prie of The yacht Diuntlesa came in one day, ia creating greU interest and no house in the buried mysteries ot this ancient earth, changiug its formation, consuming it ele wool is 25 per cent, higher than it hue been six hours and forty ininutea bshtnd the MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. ia large enough to hold the crowds, ments and destroying its equilibrium, will the beginning of the shearing eeuson for Coronet in the raco across the Atlantic. The the city at but the Kentuckian reports only two addi- yet have its history, provided there la anyseveral years and 25 cents a pound has al- contest was for $10,000. tions to date. body left to write that history. There is ready beca paid for fleicea oa the cheep's Tne prohibitionists have nominated A Presbyterian church will be dedica- an old sentence recorded g.itnt the race, a N. SEED POTATOES, food cropa it will Dinl. J.Curry for the legislature in Mercer. back. Tiie arr.ument for ted in Cynthiana next 8unday. Bev. Dr. matter of some six thousand years ago, be Been ia very strong, and the farmer will Phil Thompson will likely ba G1bp, cf Richmond, will preach in the "Dust thou art and unto dust thou shall ONION SETS, make money by heeding it and raising as on the democratic ticket. morning, and Rev. Dr. Kinnaird, of Mid return," which has been verified in every much stock na possible. The State of Texas is building a f way in the evening. ! hour of our history. Practically and literState House of native granite and Those newspapers that are trying to Mrs. Yonholi and daughter, Ida, the ally the sime dictum is stamped upon marble and the legislature has just voted makecipital out of the silly charge that women evangelists, are creating a sensation speculative fortunes. Multitudes of com$100,000 to furnish the structure. My l'ofntoeN uruall Xow York Senator Harris worked convicts on his farm in Cincinnati. Hundreds have professed fortable estates won by patient toil and pruThe cotton mills of the West Point are succeeding only in convincing the peoreligion and 35 claim to have received the dent painstaking are continually converted htovli hiiiI coiimInI of Manufacturing Company, of West Point, blee-iinple of the porerty of material to bo ued of per'ect love into cash, embtrked in adventure, anil lost Georgia, were burned Monday evening. I'eerlfHx, Ilurlmuk iiitel Itontity in argument againt hia nomination. Mr. Meeting for the children of the town in the bursting of the glittering bubble. Loss $200,000; insurance $150,000. Harris admits exictly the true state of the 3 in the afternoon at the But breakfast ia read I ofHchrnii. next 8undnv at Jane Hayden, colored, who wae placed very smill caae and Lse Charles E. Hoge "Cialk" aernnn by Rsv. I luire Ky., 'until she could be Baptist chord. in jiil at Somerset, IN UEUORIAU. corroborates him in a card published on Percy G. Enom and addreaa by Rr. A. S. sent to the insane asylum, smothered herGarden Need, holli In bulk hia notion. We are no especial chamM'flatt. MN'ionatv nervir-.- at 11 A. M At the last meeting of tho McElroy self to death with a blanket. pion of Senator Harris, but we admire him cordially invited. All Gleaners the following was spread on the In papcrx, embracing all tho Suit haa been instigated against W. J. ai a man and a neighbor and firmly believe Stokes, former pension againt for Tennesminutes: I)CNt THrlelicN. UNO CROP LAND. STOCK he would make a most excellent' governor. With the deepest sorrow we record the see for alleged shortage in his accounts of At the same time we have never had aught All kooiIh Hold at rcnonnulo A No. 1 milk cow and young ctlf for fact that since our tail meeting the names $371,304. He was one of the rascals that bat complimentary utterances for General has been turned out. sale. B. K. Wearen. of Lettie McKinney and Beilo Bourne, Buckner, whe fought in the cause we were The sale of R.R.Gentry's personalty members of this mission, baye been strickThe rare cose of a man dying from Muk lUrdlo, llc of MonUctllo, Cltrk. 21. taught to love so well and for whoee brave en from our roll by the Angel of Death. occurs natural causes while awaiting the executo Crit Edbanka & Yet that sorrow is greatly alleviated by the soldiers we conftsa to a fellow feeling that A. M. Feland told tion of his death sentence, occurred at St. Bikes us wondrous kind. We shall be fulcalf for $40. consciousness that their names have only A wife murderer cheated Bro., a bull ly prepared to support him or any other Lonis Tuesday. M. C. Portman bought of A. Cimen been erased here to be recorded in the the gallows that way. good man that the party nominates, which isch 8 fat cattle at from 3 to 3 cents. Lamb'a Book of Life; that tho Master, in A woman was buried at Mitchell, In is more than can be said of the Buckner For Balk. A splendid milk cow and whose service they had begun so early to ditna, about whom the doctors coald not orgtna which make relentless war on his op- agree m to whether she was dead or alive. a. Touna calf. Terms reasonable. R. E. labor, has called them to His presence in " of papers that ponent. We know a number Stanford. the morn of their existence, and spared She had been motionless and cold for four Barrow, eat raw and indigestible crow InLoulsyille cattle are active and firm them the trials, temptations and viiclui-tude- s will have to days, but was not stiff or colorless. for several months should Harris be the at 2 to 4.65; hogs are steady at 4 to 5J; of a lifetime. All know that our Wm.Hogartr, of Boston, was arrested sheep quiet at 3J to nominee and it is not at all improbable that loss is their gain, yet it ia hard to give them for keeping his birber shop open in violabelonging to PfafSn up. Especially ia the rflliction severe since s he will not be. Five tion of the Sunday laws, and on hia trial i t A Huttle, burned in Lou Beck, Hoch the two buds that gave promise of making Mns. Looah, the brave and true woman was decided that "shaving on Sunday is ger, JOB F. WATEHB. JOHN V. DAVIO. isville. Loss $18,000; partially insured . the fairest (lowers have been plucked so who deserves almost oa much credit for the not a worte of necesiity, or charity." West near together. While still suffering from The total winter packing in the remarkable success and noble achievements The beauties of railroad travel on the is 0 439,003 hoga against G.'.KW.yjJ last year. the agony caused by the shock of tho first of her husband, Senator Logan, as he did Intercolonial road in Canada are illustra weight of hoga 7.67 pounds summons, we are called upon to nnurn for will not permit a fur- ted by a train which had been 100 hours The average himpelf, esjs that she a year ago. The aggregate the second. Tte-- two little girls, so simither effort to be made to secure her a pen- covering two miles through the enow drifts lighter than Dcftlor In production ia equal to 50,597 lees hogs than lar in disposition, so earnest, so gentle, so sion. Her income is fully sufficient for which hide tho telegraph polca and wirc3. u.t Dr Kt tho same averaee weight. The true, pet an example whicn we ill should wants her wanta trnd maintenance and she on tho Ohio the other day A tow-bo- at of lard is 1 63 pounds per hog lighter. follow, In that care the separation will no government aid. Such sentiments will carried 30 coal boat', six barges and three yield R E. Pace has recently bought about only be short, for wo will be permitted to incrcate tic very high regard in which she other craft, occupying a length of 1,015 700 Iambs, paying 5 cents for those deliver greet them on the last great day, when they is held by every admirer of the noble and feet and a width of 2C2. Oa these boats ed from June 1st to June 20th, and ii cents arise more lovely and pure than tho violets - - - - wcro 826 011 bushels, equal to 31 388 tons. true in woman. for July delivery. Byrd Kidd and Andy that bloom above their giaves. Inter-Stat-- It Comjiia. that the The cock and bull etory cornea by way Tribble have bought aboui 250 hoa to be The obervitions of tbe wife of one of A Big Stock of republican paper that cer- sion ia without a republican representative delivered fram the 1st to tho 15 of April, at Brand New Goods and "quick sales and small profits" is of ft Cincinnati the preeent Secretaries show that the life of after all. Meaa. Cooley and Walker are Winch ester Demonr motto. Tho jiatronge of prompt paying customers, only, is centa a pound. tain politicians havo formed a combination 4J to 5 a Cabinet officer is not altogether pleasant. MugCon charged with being yery respectfully solicited. lo nominate Harria for governor. ocrat. "I hardly ever Fee my husband to talk Tho attention of the wumps, and yotei for Cleveland at the last lades especially is called to onr large lino of beautiful gressmtn McCreary ia to take Blackburn's Wincukster. Court. About 500 cat- with him," said the Cabinet lady, "save at place in tse Senate, Charles J. Bronston is election Glassware. tle on the market; no choice cattle. Plain breakfast and a few minutea be fori and afJoseph "'ommers died at a Brooklyn to succeed Col. Breckinridge in Congress, bleers weighing 800 or 900 pounds brought ter dinner, when be reads hia newspaper and J. A Jewell be made recorder of the hopital, having eurviyed for six months a from 3J to 4 cents; ecrub cattle from J to unu neiore no gnsa to ma room, where a citv rf Ixti"ion. B'ck h to be reelect fall which dislocated hia neck. He was 31 centp. There were about 100 mutfs ami table full of tfli ial awaits Iiidi He mraljzeJ, but showed signs of agoodjniany eold at prices ranglug from d Senator. The alory bears the odor of completely sleeps alone, so aa to get all the rest possi improvement after efforts of the surgeons to its own improbability. $100 to $150. hie, with a lmpbyhii bedaide and when set his neck straight. Farmers who have gentlemen's driving he is wakeful ho turn up the light and While we were fooling around getting VirAn association baa been formed in should fit them for market as soon reads until he becomes drowsy. Some the instruction- - of Wolfe for our candidate, ginia to erect at Chanccllorayille, on the horeea possible. The demand for thia class will night he epeuds with the Preelduit until the esteemed Bi'lv O'Bradley, Cash Clay spot where Stonewall Jackson fell, a mon- aa probably be much better for the next two very late." walked oil wi h the big county of Bourbon. ument to the great general's memory. The months than during the remainder of tho By the way, the old fellow saya he ia going contribution of a dollar makea any one a A unn ha jmt been cremated in BuiT.1 year Dealers like to have them in good to be commuted and don't you forget it. member of the association. lo who will fi'id it difficult to prove hia exflesh and well broken. A little extra care Tvy But we havtj several X'e which pay he will Gov. Knott haa telegraphed to the act hffinity in tbe next world. He waa born and feed just now will prove a good investWashinga Jew and married in that filth in St. Loumanager of the National Drill at not. C-J ment. is; then he went to Uiah and becmo a now, D. W. Wriout beat William Mer-Ide- ton, entering one- regiment, one battalion, T I EBM BjsW'jWsilllllM ' 1 DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNT 1. Mormon and mairied two wive. Hia first encumbent, 890 for the dem two infantry companies, one platoon of light prieent ocratic nomination for Slate Senator from artillery, one platoon of mounted guns and The peaches seem to be nearly all de- wife got a divorce and pretty soon he got one from the other two and joke! tbe Protstroyed by cold weather thia week. Warren. Mendslh is a fcesil, covered all a rifle team of Kentucky troops. Minstrels are ested Church in Omaha. This didn't auit Jame Kally, who fa now at the poor the people of his sc-tio- n Gorton's Naw Orleans verwith tnoe, and him, and he became a spiritualist and after Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVEE, and also has an improvement very wisely concluded to keep him house in Marion county, in the 97th year booked for tbe Opera Houee April 7th. tha ' of his age, eays that he eaw the funeral s dostimd to maka it much more popular than it haa ever been, he could do the least harm. the eleventh time there is a little thia he became an agnostic and died. For where procession of George Washington in 1799. stranger at the residence of County Aaaesaor Don't buy a pump until you seethe BUCKET ELEVATOR, and' for'ont. "Prisoner," said a Nevada judge, ''what Women with hirsute attichments to their He was born in Maryland and brought up ting boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST George D. Batterton. Ime you to say to thia indictment; tire you upper lips will be interested in knowing Washington non Standard. William Siliiman haa brought into guiltjLpr not guilt)?" "Before I answer RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. man haa invented an elec that a New York There are on the United Slates pension Danville within tho Uat ten days for ship tho qttestion judge, I'd like to auk Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Limo, Cemont Fluo til-inyour . Also a general line of trical machine that nips the down out by roll the names of 205,000 persona to whom cec. 000 dozen eggs. ment to New York C. honor if this little spectacled dude is all tbe W. H. McKINNEY. i t and no the roots leaving no sign of u.,1(1,,.10I1 ptist church, the people pay annually $75,000,000, There The meeting a; liwyer I've got? ' ''That ia Mr. Ferguion, charca of it ever to grow again. dF.D, Hale, sir," responded tho judge, sternly; "I have are, on file 287,000 unadjudlcated (applica conducted by Kev ext week; 11 appointed The Congres of Churches and Curia- - tions, which, if allowed, will double the will be continued him to defend you, as you eeem inaugurated to crush out secret socie- appropriation, and other cliima are filed at additions thus far. liana to have no counsel." "Judge," said tbe the rato of C,000 a week. ties Ih in ee sion in Chicsgc. Tbe literary societies of Mt. Xeniaand prisoner, sighing heavily, "I'm guilty." Governor Marmaduke haa signed the Willow Grove Bchool houtUB bolt'a a joint A L Lowe, member of the Mississippi A Pennsylvania farmer who blew out tbe legislature, shot and killed Charles Yaman bill recently passed by the Missouri Legis debate Friday night, the subject for being, "Should foreign emigration gas in a Chester hotel noticed juat as tho Beulab, Mis. The trouble waa about lature, which brings St. Louia under the at ilatno waa extinguished a little green tag action of a strict Sunday law, closing ea be prohibited?" Lowe't wife. DUil.KOS IN- Comloon a and beer gardens, stops the ruuning of the Inter-Stat- e young men and boys attached to the burner. He got into bed, The members A nnmber of hia curiosity to know what waa on that Drugs, Rooks, Stationery and merce Commission held their first meeting of street railroads, the publication of newshave been summoned to appear before the but Washington yesterday. The law goea papers, all manual labor and all kinda of police court thia (Thursday) evening to an tag led him to get up again, light the cms . in 1 y"Z-t7lxr"-5!VHatch. k """J ...-.- -. and look, He saw printed on the lag, "Do traffic. into efhet on the lib. ewer a charge of shooting guns and pietola not blow out the gas, or it will cause im- I'hTilclnni' pricilptlon accurately compounJod nrv -- u "i A f pedal term of court ia to be held at within the town limits. A special from St. John', N. F., saje: Alto Craig, a well known and mediate death." steamer Eifcle, from the sealing Ozark, Missouri, on tho 10th of April for "Tho Aunt Tamor Consul Tanner, of Chemuilt,repor(a that old colored woman, ia grounds, is reported to be lost, with 200 the trial of the 16 Bld Rnobbera no conhavce been received." fined in jail for the murder of Char. Green hopelesaly ill with cancer. Mr. Edward the beer production cf Germany in 18S5 men. No particulars Agnes Herndon, the actress, was taken and William EJens in Christian county McCarty ia confined to hia bed from inju. was 1,100,000,000,000 gallons, enough "to The Largest Stock of Watohes, (Hooka, Jowelry and Silverware sick at the Union Square Theatre, New two weeks ago. The prosecution is certain riea received bv being thrown from a young make a lake more than a mile equare and six and a half feet deep, or it would make York, and it ia claimed that she waspolaon of convicting all the parties and that all of hone eeveral weeks ago. Brer bought to thin market l'rltvx Ixiwor ttinn ed wmIi fruit st.it her by a lover whom the them will either hang or serve Jong terms Dr. Harry Phillips bas relumed from a running etieam aa large aa eonio of our tha Lowest. Wnlchro, L'lorka end Jewilrr tte- palrM on ihtrl cottie and Warrontw in the penitentiary. to Indiana and Illinois. rtvera." repulsed. abUBineis trip Saui-SM- li NOTES OF CURRENl EVENTS. Intcrioroumai Hon C. J. Bronston ia beaeiged to a candidate for Atorney General. 1 e, WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT SIX PAGES. WALL PAPER, a M'KOBERTS& STAGG'S V L.R. Y. WALTON, It(K'rJt, CrAlKDttiX NliraiKS -- rnrly Itoe, iig on a nrd price. m 4. pork-house- -- e WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens- ware, Classware, Etc. MAIN STREET, STANFORD. KY. ?! ! e ra OLIVER PLOWS! jflsslssss.A. :- -l fill frra tlV rfZ4 th, w. ii. niGGirvts m City.-Leba- g, KK i M'AIfetei PHARMACISTS, -- (SSm) 0 rV. ivtZZT&yte highly-respecte- d JEWELERS. M Semi-88wMn3ntw- or lonrnal CONTRADICTION. I M.U to you No! WOMAN AND HOME. TAXING SIX PAGES. WASHINGTON CITY KltT-HalT sad No no-You turned so whlto as you heard! Whom else, In tho world, would hare loved me so. And -- taken mo at my wordf no! THE GENCES FAULTS AND INDULOF THE FAMILY. IN 1802. But to you, Yes yes yes I sar; Ah, now, that you cannot heart And how, tlmt your eyes aro turned away, 1 beckon to bring you near. Ah! so It goes In this world of ours, There Is alnars too much at stake. Wo cannot Ruexs at tho thorns, for llovrom, Nor at Joy, for the hearts that break I IUb'4 or nil CreaOrarrun by llio tion What a War Correspondent Haw. Washington nt tho tlmo I went thero In July, 1802, was n cossriool Into w hlch ilrnlnol all tho Iniquity nnd flltli of tho nntlon. It was IHled lth runaway nogroos, contractor?, ndvrnturcrg, olllco seekers, gnniMoni, confldonco men, courtesans, uniformed officers shirking tliolr duty, and tho tho oirscouriniri of all oroatlou. Ilio streets rcro dirt), tho hotel hut littlo Iwttcr than konncis, tho lioanllug houses unclean and and, although tliera ww a intoxicating liquors wore not sold, drink could Jw hnd nny w hero and universal drunkenum prevailed. In addition to thesocharocterUtlesthocity was an iinnionw hospital. Kvery church was oc uiil hy tho sick nnd wounded; tho aisles, palliTliN ami nnto rooms woro thronged Kvary racaut lot was occuwith jntli nt pied with long, low, tcmiwrary strueturos dovoted to tho victims of tho war Nearly ovcry hotw of more than ordinary inncnl-tudhad a wiitry in front of It, vhllo tho iwlo fai 01 at tho ttludoirs Indleatod tho uso to which it unslielng putliy tlie authorities, All tln height alrout tho city for mile wore covered with hltowashod buildings, which were muiimed with sick and wounded 1'cd-orrlir-rnIut o soldi-r- s In charge of a ICularama hospital, and invited mo t llt him. I ngreed, and wo wcroKoou whirling out Into tho suburbs in an unibulaneo and lchind n Hiedy iwlr of liorsci wh! h thn government had placed nt tho distioMtloii uf tho surgeon. Knlarnuin heights, as tho namo Indicates, h a location, minx moro so lelng at that tlmo in tho vicinity of tho capital On tlio ground vra.1 n inaguilleont building which had oneo Wjlonged to tho famous Joel IJiirlow, but which had lvn taken by tho government for a linspltal. Wo dtovo through and tlnally found ourselves seated in a sumptuously furnUheil drawing room which tho doctor reserved for tho of tutors. Ho produced somo bottle of wiiiiv which, llng excellent in qual Ity, tho wiather hot, and wo very thirsty u nfter tho drive, were swallowed with and without limit. An hour or so latr tho hwpitnl surgeon iuvitod mo to look through tho ward. He huil, ho ukMiriil me, the modnl Institution of tho kind In tho north. Wo unit through splendid rooms, clean and palatini enough for tho rrniileucni of prlncw, In each thero wero cot occupied by the soldiers, all of whom Mi'imsl so comfortable that I thought that being ill under such circuiustuncn was a luxury which would tempt a Svlmrito. Tho last room we visited was (.no occupied by "ctJiitrabands," concerning whom tho doctor rctnnrkeJ with a tieeiillnr smilo: Thews are caos of varloln nigra " The play on tho wonl nigra !lrt attracted my attention, and I resHnded with tho fctereoywl ,,Ah, yes, very good'" and then over me tho meaning instantly then) of tho other word, variola. 'Oooil hetouiis' doctor, do jou inniu smallpox' That's tho KuglUli of It." "And you are in charge of a" "HumIIimx hospital! Yes, that's It. This Is tho target establishment of tho kind in the north, and tho Ixwt, too, if I do say it." frightened, hor I was shocked, rifled and Intently outraged at tho trick which had born ertetratd on mn I attempted tho indignant; I aiuithematized tho doctor in tlio moot vigorous KnglMi ! could command, and finally became Mletit for want of breath At length 1 determined to make th most of tho situation, and, supposing , that I would 1h certain to liau the I sent for my tniH and rvnolvtsl to remain in tho hospital till I luut tho iiihIjuU, so that I might rreclto proper treatment I stayed nt Kalaruma for mouths waiting for nn attack of sinallx I went fnvly through tho wonls. talked with the path-iiand made no effort to nvoid the contagion, m I foli tvraln that I would lo nttai'keil At tho end of two month-- . I had jxiriru xsl no syntptitius of tho dlsvo', and liociiuitug Sfltisllisl tlmt I was, for the none Mn:illMx pnif. 1 inovisl Nick into tho city, l'ohuto ' in (.'himgn Time. satis-factlo1 iIIm-oso- I had a littlo iKMjiltal oxerleue which U nt least curiiMis if not ery lulereKtiiig. 1 encount' nil ono day an old aciiniutanco, )r HoIm rt Thomas, whom 1 had known In tho vtrst, and who informed me that ho was to 1 lurry uuiilU In Tlilrtj llii). another man has made n falluro to eat thirty quails In thirty days. It has been dono by novcral poople, but I can assure you it is a very great feat, and tho man who accomplishes it has n stomach of which ho may lw proud. I have often wondered why n man cannot eat thirty rpiails in thirty days, and liavo never had tho rcuxou witisfactorily explained. On ono occasion my curiosity got tho liottcrof me, and in the interest of science I quietly started out to seo If a strictly nnd healthy man could not cat quail light alotig without feeling any bad eirccts. Well, I tlisjxjsed of twenty. I liegan to weaken beforo I reached that number, but I jicrsUted until it Ix.'caino tin) great a punishment and then I quit. I presume I could havo oaten thirty, but consulting my health nnd comfort I concluded that my curiosity had been sufficiently gratified and quit. It was n long tlmo after that beforo I could endure tho sight of quail on tho table, and oven now half a dozen a year nro enough for mo, and thoy havo to bo fKodup in a very tompt-In- g manner If I touc't them." Councilman I soo tem-jtera- to Templo In aiobo-Democrn- t. Telegraph t)inrtttora Itnplil Writer. During tho gront lloston flro nn operator In Now York received 248 mossagcslHitweon 7 o'clock and noon, and sent 210 during the afternoon of tho samo day. Tho messaged, including thoaddresses, signatured, dato lines nnd "checks," averaged thirty words. Thus during tho flvo hours ho was wielding tho jx?n ho copied over 7,500 words, or 1,500 words an hour. Thero aro a dor.en operators in Philadelphia who could boat oven that if thoy wero called upon to do it. Theso men would probably not break tho sender onco in an hour if tho latter was a good ojwrator, and, whon through, it is doubtful if they would remember a wonl they had penned. Tho operator is simply a machine. Tho sound of tho instrument enters his ear and runs out hU arm to tho nib of his pon to tho papor. Tho writlug becomes almost involuntary. Exchange. Ohowlng Cora Leaven. Tho natives of Tent chow tbo leaf of tho coca bush from which tho cocalno is extracted, and it produces lu a modified degree, tho samo results as tho sulphato of cocalno s when taken internally, reports of whoso npjicar In tho paicrs from tlmo to tlmo. Tho miners of that country will not work unless twlco n day for half an hour thoy nro allowed to chow their rations of loaves, and then thoy nro ready to endure, any linrilshlp and workday nnd night. They nro absolutely enslaved by it, as it Ij said that nnj ono licglnuir.fr to use it Is bound to !o, D.'troit Fpj I'rvss. rnv-nge- in tho household oxpenscs will in tlmo glvo meh ni no housekeeper who has not tried NEVER TO DE INTERVIEWED. tho plan would believe. An excellent littlo mother of a largo family uptown keejH n A Newspaper Correspondent Ordered to littlo bank on tho sitting room mauUl Into Inlertlew J'rolili'iit Arthur. which Is dropiel a jienny each tlmo u slang "Inlcn low tho president as to tho probabil- word is used, u dish broken, n lint or cont ity of an extra session, ami reasons therefor." flung carelessly on n chair, or any other rulo Much was tho arbitrary command teleof tho houso ilisnltoyed. In this way a neat graphed frvm tho managing editor of ono of littlo sum of ierhapsn dollar is collected each of the country. Tho month, and this is always used to buy soma-thin- g tho leading newspnjiers corresjioiideitt who received tlio senseless to lieautlfy their modest littlo npart-men- t, command simply nuswered: Iist month it was n low crimson "President refuca to bo interviewed on any globo for tho parlor lamp, and tho month subject" for a hamlsomo sofa cushion, And the mnnnglng editor, thinking Hint ho mado by tho oldest (laughter. know more, about It than his comondont, A younger houokocior bus found u wny wanted to know If thn latter had attempted that Is not altogether now, that gives her to get n hearing, and entered Into n contro- many pretty articles each year. ' Kvery evenversy of soino length about it. ing her lietter half must confess how much murder ho has When tho celebrated nt on cigars or tobacco, nnd trial wax terminated nt Pittsburg n few years n similar amount in n pretty little box. ago and Nutt was acquitted n prominent If she inilulos in camly sho hands buck from Pennsylmnia newspaper management, on tlio tho box tho amount sho has that ll w city of Woshington was sweets, tho four months of her ubMiildsl with llw trial, telegraphed its inurriod life sho only mado nlout 1") cents n thero: day; nosho collects from 10 to 50 cents "Interview Prixldent Arthur, his cabinet regulai ly, mid us she only eats a iouiid of and the prlucliMl diplomatists nf Washington enndj a we-- her gains aro considerable. about termination of Nutt trial." mouth tliey wero over f 11. Kv en 10 cents Thoroirespomlentwos stunned for n few each day would in n year amount to tho neat lleliardly know whether to necept Mini of $' .Vi, nnd it siv ms only fair that tho th contents of tho di)fttehos ns tho wtkof wife should lw allowed tho samo amount for n punster nlxiut tho olllee, or one of tho arbi- iwrsonal luxuries, esxclally when sho does tl trary and M'liseleM freaks of nn editor. not uso It in health destroying tobacco. m convinced him that tho demand was Thero nro any number of ways, In which given In solier earnestness. Tho absurdity of taxes, very light of course, may Imj lovipd on it was apparent at a glsneo. Neither tho the memliei-- of tlio h lino to tho advnutngo of ineiuliers of tho cabinet would nil. Every tlmo tho iend of tho houso is Iato president oxpress an opinion on the verdict of tho Jury, for mpier tax out jicniiy, every tlmo tho oven though they had kept trace of tho trial inUtntis forgets to gjiw on buttons, when tho sufficiently flow to do so Intelligently and want lias been brought to her knowledge, Ju.stly. Tuedlplomntlsts know nothing nbout sho must also forfeit a penny. Finding fault tho matter, and, if they did, would scrupuwith tho coireo, Iwlng cross to the chirlren, lously refrain from making any comments, changing servant girls or washwomen of tencr lNcau the jnrltw in the countries ouUldo of than onco n month, bringing company homo thUsettlo questions nnd the public swallow to dinner without tho knowledge and perthe result unmunnuringly. mission of tho mistrets, sleeping until after President of tho United Htutos never suffer church timo on Hundays, forgetting errands themselves to lie interviewed for publication aud all such light but trying sins should bo any subject. Tho memory of the present paid for and tlio money used for tho nd vangeneration of correspondents duti not run tage of tho family. Two or three good back to tho tlmo when a president has authori- magazines, pictures, looks nnd even a piano ze 1 a person to quote him in tho prints, or might Isj purchased with such a fund. even talk for general information for tho Journal. press. Occasionally a cabinet officer is InterHints Tor llalij's Health. viewed, but nlmost invnrlably it Is uKn per" An ounce of prevention Ls worth n jiouud sonal matters, as it is ronsidensl uudlplomntlo euro' is an old nnd tlmo honored saw, but to Ui Inter lewwl on inqienional matters, or of Ls ono parents would do well to reinuintier in reference to subjects fur official action. it Frequently thero am interviews published nnd in theso days of croup, meaales nnd diphcredited to tho president, but they aro bogus. theria," said a prominent physician recently to "Ono of tho llrst safeguards Tho only way in which tho president can lw a reiwrter. quoted on current matters is through tho against divaxo is pure air and exercise. Washington Cor Indianapolis Nothing lncreacs tho activity of tho lungs third liko liodlly cxorvlso, and in order that it may Journal. bo beneficial to tho whole system it should to .Story of IVnttilnetoii Soelely. carried on in tho oixnj air. Somo of them are There is a secret In Washington involving too young to leave tho nurserytfind It Ls hero tho namo of n senator's wife of whom tho fol- that their little lives aro very often imperiled lowing Ls told, as having occurred recently: by Ignorant mothers and nurses. Gas nnd Tho senator's wifo In her round of visits paralllno lauiH should never bo used in tho called on. a lady whoso marriago within n nursery. In nlmost every room w hero gas is year was one of the ovcuts talked of in official burned a plant will droop and die. Children all things society, on nccount of tho high official posinro liko plants; they require tion of her huslwind. Tho senator's wife, as pure air, light and sunshine not gaslight, tho story go-- , called on tho lady's May, nd but daylight, sunlight, and as much of it ns , ns jtosslblo, Tho nursery in my houso is tho wa.i received with much cordial ollten wero all callers. In a little ruo afU-- tho largest nnd sunniest room under tho roof. In first salutation, tho senator's wlfo said, "Is it it thero are no heavy hangings to hold tho true, Mrs. lllank, that you were n clerk In dut nnd olrcuro tho light, nor nro thero nny one of the dctwirtinonts lcforo your Unit mar- gospiies. (las is injurious in many ways. riage; and did your mother keep a lonnlIng Its light is too strong for n IwIio'h eyes; it all tho pure air in tho room lieforo tho house isjual to the unexected child can get a chance to inllato its little Tho hostess pro avoiult, n she also prows! herself a woman of lungs with oxygen; its heat Ls enervating, and good brisslmg which cannot Iw said of her there is always tho dunger of leakages. These leakages may Imj so small us to bo iuitcrcopti-ble- , visitor Yes," she replied, with perftvt dignity and but quite largo enough to iwruicious good teiiiiert ''it Is tnie that I was a clerk in to health. one of tho departments W'foro my first marPurity of water, however, Ls almost as as purity of atmosphere. This can riage. Hut my mother did not kix-- n board fug lusc. If she had I should havo had a bad by boiling all the water nectwsary for tho homo and thero would have been no neces- nursery lnjforo It Is umsI. Such treatment removes all impurities and destroys their efsity for me to !. n clerk, you know." Tho name of tho Mutator's wlfo is tho secrtt fect. Another gcxxl thing to roinemlier Ls tho society jwoplo nro Just now trying to Hud necessity that exists for fat in somo form as out. The name of tho wotnnn whonmdo the an element of children's diet. I have seen womanly answer is known and sho ls com- fathers aud mothers, to whom the cost of tho mended on all hands for courogo and good nrticlo wns nothing, deny their children sufShe is likely to le liked for herself ficient butter to mnko their bread palatable. soils rather than for tho soclnl position given by This is wrong. Huttor should never bo Washington siwirvd. Any pnrcnt who denies their chilprominence. her husUand's Cor New York Tribune. dren this commodity deserves to pay tbo doctor, and to pay him well, too. Children who .spunUti I'rlviitu I'ostitt Scrtlie. nro given enough butter nnd oilier fnti rarely The linkers- ami merchants of Barcelona suffer from neemed joint nnd scrofulous and Math id propose to ntnrt a private postal glands, to SHV nothing of marasmus tulsjs, service, 13 inn tho government tho iwtngo nieentciN, b drovoplmlus mid consumpon the letters carried. Tho reason given for tion. Ilesides the ounce, of prevention matthis curious prtMMMil is that roblioiles in tho ter, parents would do woll to bear in mind SpauUh iMo1I1ism nro so frequent that It I) that other old baw, which advises us not to uniHito to triiiMiiut money through the iost. Ih Huny w ! and pound foolish. New York o Mall and Kxpruss. Iusliort.it if stated that file Sjmnlt.li ts in n temulo htato of disorganization, A Woman's Thoughts on Women. and it is siii'i rising tliat this state of things I havo Usui sitting by the lire knitting nnd should havo Usui ignored by suecesslvo all apiKircntly willeitoiis to promote thinking, trying to plan out somsthing for tho Industrial needs of tho country. Tho tho future, until In sheer weariness I stop civil departments of tho HjkiuUIi niliiiinistm-tlon- , and como to tho conclusion that too much thinking is not good for iv w Oman, They say like tho military departments, nro ivlth employes receiving very small she jiiniw at conclusions mid gains the samo salaries, tud who mo therefore, not Iwyond result tliut man at rives at by lalorious effort. tho lead of temptation. lioxUm Transcript. I feci sunt I was nearer right on the subject an hour ago than I am now, after trying to Mlxlni; tlio Speerlic. seo all sides of it, and losing my counigo over campaign of 18TJ Itsilangcrs. I cull to mind Mary Lyon, tho Ill the grave coinplulnt was made that Democratic founder of Mount llolyoko Female seminary, siecchej wero mailed under Republican and her rulo of action which sho taught her franks. A formal investigation took place, pupils. "Walk straight in tho path of duty, and tho scnato committee on contingent satisfied to seo ono step nt a time, and trust nfter gravo and solemn investigation, that light will como for tho next step;" and found that n uuiulcrof tbousaudsof scechcs sho nsiurcd them from her own expericneo of s '.untis senators wero sent ton lady to bo that light always came. Mary Lyon's nature Sho innocently was n strong, rugged one, of tho truo Now foli' si and pjt in cuvoIojku did her vvoil: promiscuously piled them all England typo, and her bravo spirit did into ono heup, and then carefully counted out not shrink if tbo light disclosod sharp rocks tho numlwr for each. An attack of cholera for her feet instead of tender gross;; but sho is a feeblo comparison, nnd it mndo ns much reached her goal of great usefulness to other fuss as swapping n couple of thousand babies. women, and gave thom a health and strength lien: Perloy Poore. thnt has been, and will be, handed down to many generations. Her rulo presupposes a l'oUonoiis Machine Oil. strong faith In overruling spiritual agencies, oil or nnd also a firm ndhereuco to duty, whether Take caro how you let any lubricator como in contact with u cut or pleasant or painful. Will it apply to tho scratch on your bnnd or arm, as serious blood present generation nnd help us, for instance, IoIsonlng may result. In the manufacture in rearing a largo family of children upon a of some of tlieso machine oils fat from dislimited iucomof Will it decide tho quostion eased and dciumosed animals is used. All of what our young men nnd maidens shnll do physicians know how poisonous such matter when they como to the fork In tho road where la. Tho only safeguard is not to let nny spot they must chooo for themselves f Will it dewhere tho skin is broken bo touched by nny cide for us, when our work for them seems machluo oil or lubricator, Power dono for tho present! They aro gono from us, aud yet wo uro not quite ready to curl up In Germany women go from house to in tho chimney corner nnd rest Lucy I jouso dusting furniture nnd tending to drawin Herald of Health. ing room llowcrs and plants. It is a regular business. Overtaxing tho Nervous Sjntcni. ts Nutt-Dukee lt Mary Ango I)e Vrre. on Women, Health Thought Nervous Prostration Punishing Children For Teachers feminine View Notes ami 1'arugrnpli. Tho saving of a fow pennies hero and thero (food Meat ijr lht nt Iut Ho-flec- s nr Un New-Yor- k phyilqut, who, hat Log for a year or two undertaken to combine too many anxieties for Instance, & broad earning occupation and tho study of a profession havo taken to their bed in utter helplessness and frequent tears, and romalued thero for years. "Moro pangs and fears than wars or women havo" wero tholr penalty for an over taxation of tho nervous system. Tlio fact that, as tho llfo Insurance companies tell us, women on tho whole outllvo men, seom3 to indicate that their ncrve, If moro sensitive than thoso of men, nro moro olastlc, and offer a lietter resistance to tho wear aud tear of ovents; for wo must rcmcmlicr that it Ls not tho great things of llfo which provo exhausting, but tho small ones, because theso call out less in tho wny of resourns to meet them, just as peoplo tako cold moro readily after a warm bath than after a cold one, for wnnt of n reaction. "You cannot seriously maintain," said ft any cares of clover woman onco to me, political or business llfo can bo so wearing, on the whole, as tho task of cooking a dinner." Then sho pioceoded tooxplaln how the cook, lieforo ovcry dinner, had to deal with n dozen different nitlclos of food, no two of which had to bo prepared in tho sumo manner, or manipulated with tho samo touch, or oxposcd to tho samo degree and kind of heat, or cooked for tho samo length of timo, that tho cool: had constantly to be going from cno to tho other, and keeping all in mind; nnd that, to bring thom nil out in readiness nt tho appointed tlmo, neither underdono or overdone, neither tlackbnked nor burned, neither too cold nor too hot thnt this was an achievement worthy of demigods nnd heroes. And I was quito inclined, at length, to bo convinced; certainly it was much cosier for mo to own myself convinced than it would havo been to cook tho dinner. T. W. Higgluson In Hairer'tt liazar. Women In Music. Much has !een written lately regarding tho reason why thero nro no great femalo Thero can 15 no doubt that, in other arta besidos music, women havo achioved but littlo that can lay claim to immortal famo Perhaps tho principal reason of this is thnt their affections aro too exclusively iorsonal. A girl will assiduously practlco on tho piano as long as thnt will aUt her In fascinating her suitors. Hut how many women outsldo tho milks of teachers continue their practice after marriago from tho impersonal lovo ct music itself Needless to say they have lift timo-- , for every hour dovoted to emotional refreshment strengthens tho nerves for two hours of extra labor. No doubt thero is something comic in tho ardent affection with which a professor hugs his pet theory regarding tho Greek native, or tho oricln of honor In flowers, and in tho fo- roclty with which ho will defend it against his friends, If they happen to oppose it. lint such completo dovotlon to ntistrnct theories 13 absolutely necessary to tho discovery of original ideas; and, as women aro rarely ablo or willing to emergo from tho haunts of personal emotion, this explains why they have achieved greatness in hardly any art but novel writing, w hlch Ls chiefly concerned w Ith lcrsonal emotions. Among great ierformcrs, on tho other hand, thero nro as many talented women as men, if not more. But it is a curious fact that oven tho lest lady pianists seldom learn to improvise In an interesting manner. A mnlleious bachelor has suggested that If, In teaching harmony, tho chords wero mado iersonal by calling them "Charlie" nnd "William" Instead of "tonic" and "dominant," women would soon learn to Improvise charmingly. American Musician. com-loser- s. could have separate models for them. hood. Daby WM. AYREJ. J1S. 0. GIVKXS, NoUry Public. Don't Overwork tho Hoys. Fnrracra aro sometimes very inconsiderate in tho treatment of their sons. Without meaning nny harm thoyimposo labor upon boys which should bo tbo work of men. Now tho physical onorgies of a growing lioy hare already an Important work allotted to them, that of building up a strong, healthy organisation. Tho vital forco cannot lie excrtod in making muscles and bone, and at th some timo expended In a hard day's work in tho cornfield. Wo havo seen many instances of boys Ijeing stuntol and dwarfed because thoy wero overwoiked by an unconscious father. When work Is crowding in tho fields thero is a strong temptation to utillzo ovcry muscle, to provido menus for tho growing hogs nt tho oxpenso of hLs own growing boy. This. is all wrong. A farmer would not for on inold stant think of harnessing his colt and hitching him to a plow, and why should not tho growing lwy havo tho samo thoughtful consideration! Don't overwork tho boys. They nro nil tho material wo havo to mnko men of. Atlanta Constitution. 1 AYRES & GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 341 Fifth Btrcet, ijOuieviiiijE, - - icy. (lOT.-ly- .) Itoomi 3 and 5, Cromle Block. PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. ' 12 fc 11 West Main Street. 203-- MiriMNERY. I am dally opening an eleKnt ner, Including sll llneot Fall Milli- The Latest Novelties of the Season. Utiles) for Sucres". Alio Notion!, such as Handkerchief!. Colltrs Mynilvicoto women is possibly worthless and Culfj, KuchtDg, Corsets, Bustle, to. You will find me st the rooms lately vacated by Smiand without merit. Hut this Is it: If thero Is anything you want to do, do it, ley A Warren, next door to the Myers Homo. KATE IWOMtKUAH. or do tho next best thing. Do not oxpect that when mlsfbrtuno comes to you thnt tho wholo world Ls going to drop its shovel and como nnd nsk you "what you LONDON, KY. would like." If you thluk tho world owes you a living, go ahead and mako it. It'o 162-2- JACKSON IIOC&E, F .B.RILEY, Proprietor. there. If you are n worklngwonian of grontor or Thoroughly ItcuoviUcd mill ItcfMr. losa degree, don't wear tho fact on a placard ntslieil throughout. FirM-dnx- s Fnro liko a leper. Tho world docs not liko it. If you havo a shadow of n looftreo to fly nnd ronsonnlilo prices. Day mid night trains met by polllc 1'orterH of thin to, fly theio and stay beneath it. And abovo all, bring up your girLs, if God populnr Houso. is good enough to givo you such, to think tho samo. Fannin I). Merrill in Now York i.'07-C- juix st., nicnjio.M). Kr. How to Know Rood Meat. siui-plDr. Lctheby lays down tho following B. rules for tho guldnnco of tuso In search For a good Table of good meat: And clean and welt furnished room,, thli Hotel It is neither of n palo pink nor of n deep hai no luperlnr. Good rample rooms attached. 201-l- y purplo tint. ?i 00 ner day. It has n markod appearance from tho ramification of littlo veins of fat among the o Graphic. WILLIS HOUSE, J. WILLIS, Proprietor. muscles. It should bo firm and elastic to tho touch. AND Bad meat Ls wet, sodden and flabby, with tho fnt looking like Jelly or wet parchment. It should havo little or no odor, and tho Diseased odor should not bo disagreeable. UiTlug rented the stable on Depot street, I am meat has a sickly, cadaverous smell, nnd prepared to train and break horses on reasonable dlscor-crabl- o terms. County Court day trade sollritcd. sometimes n smell of physic. This is JOIlXJt. CAlil'KXTF.It.Ky. if tho meat Is chopped and drenched Btanfoid, Livery, Training, Feed' SALE STABLE:! with warm wntcr. It should not shrink or wasto much in ing. Herald of Health. 203-G- cook- POSTED ! nlo r I'onUliIng Children Srnslhl). If parents vycre as suro of their children as tho farmer is of hit cabbages, thero ought to tjo no doubt on thLs point, because tho expericneo of tho parent ought to indlcato nt onco tho pnier treatment for tho mental disorder, assuming that nil wickedness is a mental disorder. Hut, as n matter of fact, how often do we punish on scientific principles. If whipping is found to mnko Arthur an angel for several hours or days, tho chances are that when Lilly comes upon tho scene tho efficacy of whipping will l so well established In tho parents' mind that sho will getneer tain amount of whipping to no good, nnd thnt tho failure of tho punishment will lw ascribed to stublwrtine-vs- , which calls only for a doublo Perhajw tho follow lug plan, which I adopted experimentally somo time ago, may commend Itself to somo parents, oven though I havo no wonderful results to offer. In nn old nccount book I have n fow pages dovoted to my children, In the iwirt dovoted to each child I noto tho offense under tho proper dnte, tho punishment adopted, or punishments if tho first has not proved sufficient, nnd tlio results. For instance, on such a day I find that Lilly, aged 4, got at tbo shoo blacking bottle, soiled her own hands nnd tho baby's frock. Punishment: Nocnko nt luncheon. Tears, but no expression of remorse. Twelve days nfter, ' according to the ledger, Lilly tried tho polish bottlo again, this time sho was compelled to wash 1st own hands until the last vestlgo of blacking hnd dbuipieared. It took her half nn hour and thero is no record of n repetition ofths offense. Philip G. Hubert in Habr- hood. Si'll-ltuipe- Tho IVnilnlno Tolnt of Mew. "I notice," said n lady friend tlio other day, "that somo fool man has invented ft collapsing hat for ladies to wear to public entertainHo might havo saved himself his ments. pains. Women wear high hats simply they nro tho fashion. Beauty or ugliness, comfort or convenience has nothing to do with tho question. The collapsing liat Ls not fashionable, nnd that settles it. I don't know w hero our fashions como from or who sets them, but I know wo don't. American women havo nothing to do hut blindly follow, and I tell you now, in all seriousness, that all tho talk lu newspapers and the Indignation of tho public has not done n partielo of good. Tho high hats will go when tho fashion cbinges and not a day !efore." Phlladelphlt All psrsona are notified not to pas, through our premises without special permission, a, we will enforce the law agilnst those who do. II'31. HECK, A. 31. FKLAXD. J. 31. SIIIjI.V.H, JlOllT. 3lcAI,i8TEB, SCI tf. Stanlord, Ky. LOUIS SCHLEOEL, PHOTOGJRllHEB, KICIIMOSP, KENTUCKY. Oil. Photographs in all styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Water Colors. ub-sor- f il lj doso. lj New design. In Frames ant Mit, at very low Lark or 1'rlvHey In Our Home. (201- - ly. A correspondent writes to Tho Boston Prices. Transcript calling attention to the fact that in this country window shades aro frequently DR. W. B. PENNY, left up nfter tho lamps nre lit. "How very DENTIST, odd," ho says, "this would seem to no Englishman! Tho momenta lamp Is lihttd hi EnglLdinmn's house, in town or country, tn down goes tho curtain. An Atnorican has seemingly nono of that nice senso of privacy that tho Englishman owns. Ho enn sit in tho bosom of his family, eat, drink, ,bo merry, dandlo bis child upon his knee, poke his tire, read his paper, nil uncut tallied to tlio out sldo world." Stnntord IContuotcy A Housekeeping Kilucatlon. Oflto on Lancaster street, rcxt door to IT-bio- k A Itangoon English Journal recently, in Journal office. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. discussing tho education of European girls in U. and to 6 P. M. Anesthetics administered when necessary. plea for tho teachtho far east, mado a strong ing of cooking nnd housekeeping in tho schools. It declared that the general disinclination to marry among young men in the THBm PORTXAN HOUSE BARBER! SHOP, civil servico who nro living on n fixed salary was nttributnblo largely to tho fact that tho jesse j. TiionrM, rnop'i:. young women wero unable to do any housework, or oven to direct properly tho servants of n household. Harper's Uazar. 1 1154-lyr- .J nnd Courtesj, nt )ost-olllc- mill-istrla- s, ovor-burden- I Oinnt-Orecle- s, The potency of a graeiom manner was ihown notably n fow years ago by nn inci-dewhich occurred in ono of our largo cities. A young girl who had been n seamstress married the son of a wealthy and influential family. Her husband brought her homo whllo his mother nnd sisters, with a largo numlier of guests, wcie ut their country sent It wasre-- i solved Iwforo tho brldo arrived that sho "should bo taught to know lior place;" that sho must lo taught to rcnltzo that, although in tho family, she wns not of it, Tho houso was filled with exicrienced women of society, skilled in csery method of administering snubs, from tho stinging sarcasm to tho smllo of icy civility. Tho littlo woman who was their Intended victim had neither birth, fortune, oxierienco, nor even education to defend her. Hut sho had a simple, self roiwctlng manner, softened by tho most exquisite courtesy. "It was an nnnor of proof," said n spectator. "If thoy Insulted or snubbed her, sho unconscious of it, and was opinrently turned to them with tho samo gracious, cordial kindness. Sho conquered. Tho dullest woman among her enemies at last understood thnt the ioor littlo girl was better bred than herself." ' Tlio Kirert Our Clothes Huve. Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, in a practical tall: to young women nt Boston, guvo n new turn to "tho definition of tho wonl "Incoming." Instead of garmouts becoming tho jwrson, sho said, "wo becomo liko our clothes; if wo put on a hut thnt is a littlo exaggerated in style, we glvo our heads a toss to corresiwnd with it, tho Quakers havo cnlm, placid laces harmonizing with their clothing." A very good imitation of ground glass is produced by dissolving three tablespoonfuLs of Epsom salts in ft pint of warm water, and applying it to the glass with n common paint brush. This answers admirably when a sort of screen is wanted. Tho solution must bo applied to tho sido of tho glass which Is not exposed to tho weather. Atlanta Constitution. Imitation Ground filasn. Servants anil Slave. "Howmauy servants do you keep!" asked an old friend of Marlon HarlamlS husband, when they hnd been married nbout sis months. "Threo and ono slave," was tho prompt rejoinder. ''The slnvo is my wife." New York Graphic. t h nestnesi Work dons In the latest sty'e, and dliralco. Ladlta' and cbllareu'j work MYERS HOTEL, E. For Teachers nnd I'nreiits. It lii instructing n child you nro vexed with it for want of adroitness try, if you havo never tried licfore, to write with your left hand, and lemombcr that a child i) all loft hand. Chicago Living Church. Caro of l'lat Irons. Irons that havo been onco red hot novor retain tho heat so well afterwards, and will always lie rough. Bo caicful not to put them ou tho stove hours beforo they nro; needed, nnd nfter using them always stand them ou end. STANFORD. KY. H. BURNSIDE, - I'ropr ThiB Old Stocking l'rstnes. mai-hiu- Mrs, Horace Helynr continues to Ihi the beauty of tho diplomatic corps at Washington. Sho woighs 150 pound, too. Tho moro often carpets aro diakeu tho longer thoy wear; tho dirt that collects under them grinds cut tho thread. I havo used for many years n littlo device which has pi evented shrinking In my children's stockings, and may bo of uso to other mothers. Draw tho shajio of your child's stocking on a piece of paper; thou havo this shapo cut from u half inch board, phinod nnd nlcoly louudod and smoothed off at tho edges, iioro a hole in tho top mid put in n Stretch tho children's loop of string. washed stockings, whllo wet, over this form, and hang by tho loop in somo warm place to dry. Several stockings can bo dried on one form, over each other, but of course tho drylug is slow or. I havo two forms mado for each slzo of stocking. Models of a similar Tho terrors of nervous prostration that kind can lw used for drying children' woolen calamity which seems a uow foo, but is really undershirts. I havo known thoso already only it now namo for nn old one haunt men shrunk brought back ntnrly to their original nlmost equally wllh women. If men hold out bizo in this way. Thoso models should bo longer against its approaches, which Is doubt-ul- , merely tho shape of tho body, since forcing they succumb almost hojielessly, and need them into tho fcleuvcs would bo apt to tear the longer for a cure. I know J oung men of Alio sliirt. If wo wish to stretch tho sleeves wo k and Well - Kuown Hotel Still Maintainn ita High "Reputation, -- AND Cleunlnc Saucepans. All thn labor of scraping saucepans in IUniiMt! will be. eniTO1 to anil frmi. t he It which oatmeal or mush has been lioiled may tret or cnarge. special arrumiumiaii oa to ConinierrlalTratelere. the. lUr will bo saved by allowing tho saucejiaii to stand . applied wltl. tne rhcv always ou tho table for ilvo minutes beforo iwuring n i nranfl nr i.invnr. tho contents into tho dish. Tlio sooner iiaronts nwako to tho fact that tho best thoy can do by their sons is to causo them to learn n trade, tho better for tho country. Norton Ilmlget. Bmol;o stains can bo removed from mica in stovtrbv thoiouyhly soaking it In vinegar. Its Proprietor it Dotormined that it Shall be riecond to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Guests The Ilcst Snfesuanl. rl TO 6 OAT8. rOnrnlM4 uoi i c.uitHlrlcwr. Uri tat by th lEruiCtaskalCfl. Cincinnati,! Ohio. Curciln TO ferdltlty rccoameful youMi st thebeti remedy Inuwn 1 ut fjrConofrha n I Cleet. Weliivo sold contlJer. stte, ami In every cue Ix hit gh en titibftulcn. AKolt .L Ltil, lUlvn. Sold N. V. br nrucfljtw - y.;3 w ; ae i wmWJSVKL1 rj . . w.,.1 WimWlWUi and I pay tho rent for this telephone. It Is true, indeed, that I did not bring in n bundlo this morning, but I carried la tho greenbacks skill Impossible, rou Ray; beyond To (jrftsp tho tangled threads oneo more, nud qulto tho samo la one of my bootlegs, and weave thoy are in tho safo now, so that if the plan TUo romance over. That no forco ot ill you havo to reveal relates to thom, I feel Can bring again tho old power to believe. quite sure that It will bo disappolntoU." XJfo has droppel down a blank, you cannot lift "Wo shall seo we shall seo. Did I underIW burden up and bravely Journey on. stand you to say that you carried tho greenPassive, realstlug not you idly drift, backs to the city in ono of your bootlegs!" Carcle&i of all, since one poor Joy Is gone. "Yes, sir, in ono of my bootlegs tho left REPROOF. fihame to yonV manhoodl ltatbcr front tho blast IYoudly erect, fearless to do and dare. Beneath tho heavens you now deem o'ereast, fcucu is tho heart a truo nun's breast should bear. To let ono shipwrecked hopo blast life nud lay A blight on all, perchanco a coward can. But never such an word his lips will say. Who Is In thought and deed and truth a man. Clara Bcotrlco Coffey In Inter Ocean. Merely ns vnstness of conceit it is veiy humorous. This Ls a ridiculous bubblo of STORY OF LINCOLN. TOLD DY BRAN-DEGEE, N2WP0ET mi & -- UISSISSIPFI VALLEY TELEPHONIC BURGLARY. Mr. Bradley was standing not more than o foot from tho telephono when it began ring-inInstantly applying tho Instrument to his oar, and calling "Hellor ho heard some ono volco faintly back: Is that Mr. Bradley!' t "Hellol "Yes," ho replied. "Who nro ycu I' "Is it Mr. Homy A. Bradley, of Colton HUH" "Yes, sir, tli.it ii my namo and residence. s. "I don't want to bo inquisitive, but what Eiicd booU do you wear!"' "Tens." "Tens. I supposo you havo three or four pairs of tens?" "I supposo I have." "Now, Mr, Bradloy, before entering on tuLi conversation with you, I spent somo timo In making a thorough search of your houso, and as I was on tho lookout for hiding places, I ran my hands into several pairs of shoes, but, curiously enough, I did not find a singlo pair of boots." "Ahl I seo tho Inference. But I cannot find thom myself half the time. You are a married man, and can understand that" "What I understand is that you avoid the point nt Issue. Tho timo Is passing, nnd hero wo aro, no nearer a settlement Hat! you not bettor acknowledge tho boots, to savo ono." a world; only "It I fear you underestimate tho disadvantages of laughing on tho wrong sldo." "It seems to bo safe at present Aro you not going to answer my alternative" "Yes tl;o alternative; I was forgetting it Tho troublo with that alternative, Smith, is that my mind sees another. As you say, tho burning of the house seems entirely needless and disadvantageous to us both, but I should put it on different grounds. You assumo that tho money is out there, but I nssumo that it is In here. Here, thon, is my case. On tho one hand, if you insist on burning tho house, you do not get tho monoy, nnd you mako yourself guilty of tho crimo of nrson; on tho other hand, if you sensibly go nwny with empty pockets, you laavo tho houso for me, and are n guiltless man. In neither caso can you havo tho monoy, for it Is In here, and you havo simply to put that question aside. Let us suppose you havo put it aside. It now but remains for you to decide whether you will voluntarily make yourself liablo for nr- is a ridiculous bubblo of cam. world." OF CONNECTICUT. K. "Ut. FOX, - - - - THE- CHESAPEAKE & OHIO fiOUTE KcutnTii-j'- A film Maker's Claims An AVI tli tho Iresldent Lincoln Interview 1'ersonal Tho Photographer, Itonlo Ehni -- Appearance A Ferinaslvc I'xccutlre Wlinf mitM Ija imnlirr' rt i! J. I Whonre yon?'' "You must not lio surprised, Mr. Bradley, but I nm n burglar in your houso on Colton Hill." "What on tho living earth do you incanT "Just what I say a burglar in your houso on Colton Hill, and talking with you here at You nro necessarily excited tho telephone. by this information, but try to composo yourself,1 tho squeaking volco went on. "Great heavens! Composo myselfl You infamoui scoundrel, what oro you doing in my houser "Precisely What I have said, Mr. Bradley. I ' .n n professional burglar I really hopo you will tako this quietly. It will bo to your advantage, you know; I will show you that" "I shall tako it quietly, you poor sinner, by starting n squad of police up tho hill after you in less than ton minutes. Say your prayers for strong legs, for you will need them more than you ever did before." "You cannot do it, sir. Listen to mo and I will show you that I know all about the situation. In tho first place, your houo is the only ono on this hill, except Mr. Boyd's, immediately acror.i tho street, and ho is away in the country for tho summer. In tho second place, tho neatest inhabited houso is half a mile dUtant, at tho foot of tho hill, and tho nearest telephono except tho one in your nolgblwr Boyd's isat Winchcster.flve miles off. Now, I know you might ring up tho Winchester telcpho'.!'. but it is a long way off, and bosides, there . i no squad of policemen there I should not won., r if tho town's single guardian were asleep s inwhero in a corner. Don't you seo that I know all ulwut the place, and that you had better bo persuaded to tako it quietly P "What in tho dcuco do you want, anyhowP queried Mr. Bradley, ignoring tho quctlou with which the burglar had ended. "For ono matter, to assure you that I am perfectly well posted in all your affairs, which will tako but a few words, lou are by present occupation Mr. Bradley, treasurer of tho Nonontauk woolen mills "That's correct enough." "And tho 3.Hli of every month you go out to tho luilN with $10,000 in greenbacks, done np in a bundlo, llko groceries, for pay day." "Yes; wo pay our employes monthly." "You need not bo at the trouble of answering; I will go right through uith tho facts of the case. As I say, tho SOth of every month you go out to tho mills. Well, tho SOth enruo yesterday; but you mteed tho Lou ell express, which you usually take, and you had So you to jxwtpono your trip until took the local train instead nud you camo out to Colton Hill, bringing tho money home with you. Then in tho evening, when sitting at supper, you told your wife that you disliked carrying tho greenbacks so much about and that you would leave them in the houso until this afternoon, when you would call for them on tho way to the mills. Havo I been correct P "Possibly; but I must tell you that tho money is not there. It will bo a great disappointment to you, but I brought it into the office this morning." "Well, well, I will try to bear it. But listen to tho rest of my talo. After supjier you apiK-nreto hide thoso greenbacks in Botno placo upstairs, and this morning, for somo reason, wheu you started for Boston with your wife, you did not havo tho bundle which you brought home with you yesterday. How am I to understand thntP "By tho use of your reasoning faculty. There are many ways of carrying money." "My rensoniug faculty is just what troubles mo; tho more 1 reason tho more I am convinced that tho inonoy U here In tlilt houso. Of courw you will never admit it without come inducement, and I thoiefoiv havo n plan to propoo for tho adjustment 'f tliU whole matter on n IkuU of mutual benefit, I mean. I will now state it. My namo htfmith, by tho way." "Very well, Mr. Smith. I cannot toy that I am gad to mako your ncqnnlutance. I must Bay that our present relation scciih to me very unconventional." "Unconventional, Mr. Bradley, yes, hut not without its conveniences. Just seo. Though a burglar in the hauro, I nm able, by means of tho lateit refinement of civilized invention, to convcrso with tho very owner himself, who knows all its nooks and corners. And you, also, tho owner, are present nt an occurrence of great importance to yourself, instead of retynijiing, ignoennt. until all.Js over, as, usually happens." "Oh, well, if you talk in that way. Pray how and whon did you enter my home, Mr. Smith, and how am I to know that you are, in fact, talking with mo from there, and not from somo other point on tho Unci" "1 entered at tho icar kitchen window as 'soouiftsl saw you and Mrs. Bradley start dawn the hill. You can easily make sure of my presence hero by asking mo souio question about tho room." "Very well. There is a small picture over the telephone. Can you describe it? "I can. It is nn etching threo mice in a trap. It's by Uajon." "You are undoubtedly on tho premises. Yes, there's no question but that you are in my west sitting room on Colton Hill. And being sure of tho impossibility of nearest telegraph station l fi vo miles distant, you bavo a feeling that you can take matters comfortably. Do I succeed In grasping your viow of tho situation)" ''Admirably; perfectly." "You say also that you are In communication, by means of the latest refinement of civilization, as you oxprrkA it, with tho owner of this house, ami thnt I, tho ownt-r- am as good as present at an affair of great importance to myself though I don't see yet where tho benefit to roe comes in. But you bat 0 lomo plan to propow nUiut that." "Just so; it delights mo to lieur you tako to-da, 'i'lio truth Is, tbo tho matter so sensibly. arrangement that I havo in view will bo qulto as much for your odvantngo as for mluo, tho money that U hero" "No, uo;you nro mistaken." "Oh, of cotir&o you must protect, Mr. Bradthat it U liens, nil'" ley, but I o'v "Aliui cannot loib ' ' iico, I "Your argument Ls all sophistry-holl- ow sophistry " "So bad n.s tl.atP "Yes; and I will tell you the little fact thnt ' will prove it. It is that I am becoming an time I" "Never, sir. I tell you I brought them In impatient man, and have, in fact, just taken a bunch of matches out of my pocket" my lioot legs." I "Then you really intend to do HP "Well, well, wo must compromlso this, and "Tho matches I tell you, nro in my hand." get on faster: it is 10:S0 already. Sup"Don't tako that fatal step quite yet; there poso we say that by tho necessity of the caso I nm convinced the money is hero in tho ls a question I want to ask you. You rememhouse, nnd that you by tho necessities of tbo ber my inquiring for somo evidence that you case are compelled to believe that it is in tbo really were in my house? Now how do you ( city. But, to savo valunblo time, you agree know that I am in my office?'' "I do not care whether you nro or not." to waive the point of dispute on my assur-ane- o "That seems to mo a rather careless oplu that if you will listen further you may seo reason to modify your belief, and I agree ion. Hero wo are, Smith, talking over this not to ask you any more questions nboutyout burglary, and whilo 1 know exactly where, you are, you havo not tho remotest idea where booti, or to draw inferences from tho answer you havo already given about them. Do you I am. Now suppose I am in Boyd's house, across tho street from you; there is a accept that "I accept it, thor.gh I must say I proval "Ye, nnd supposo you are not" "For tho lovo of brevity, mako no more exEvery one knows tho genoral apiearaneo of "But I nm. Here, in fact, we are talking ceptions; time is flitting too fast Can you not allow mo to say what I bavo to say, and with cacti other at a distanco of fifty yards, Mr. Lincoln. That he was tall, swarthy, awkward and unconventional In dress and you remain quiet; and then you say what you instead of many miles, as you havo manner nro tho broad outlines of any con- havo to say, and I remain quietP ceptlon ot him. But no ono w ho has not "It Is a likely story 1" easily. It was you that interrupted "Very "Ob, of courso your are incredulous; br I stood faco to face with tho man can over me, you reirembcr. But let that pass; lam listen nnd I will explain it to you. Undt.t realize a lifelike idea of tho jrretit original. As listening with a hundred ears." But stind, In the first place, that I do not carry uo row antl seemed to keep on rWng-bef- oro "Oh, very well, then. Here wo are lialr 'vn black, I had better legin at the first Your bouse, largo packages of money about with mo wlvh- nie "" npponrnnce, his coarso and of nn un-onoso prominent, his keeping my eyes open. I havo known tempt as I havo intimated, has been pretty thorfollowed check lx"i 1'lgli, his chevks very hollow, hli for soveral weeks that I was oughly searched. I entered it, Mr. Bradley, soon after you left it, and have been at worli by somo one, nnd my employers have there- complexion swarthy, his manner gracious ever since; and I was not afraid of Mrs. fore set a watch, so thnt while you wen but subdued, while hLs eyes had nn expression t,mt J ,m'1 yself incajvible of as Bradley's returning, because tho habits ol waiting for mo to trip we were waiting foi your family havo boon a subject of qulto close you to do tho same. Yesterday aftcrnoor. tu0G'' they lay in ambuUi in their deep env-th- o fatal hour came; you wero discovered cms, ready to spring forth or retreat further study to me for some months, and I know that when Mrs. Bradley went In town she looking through my window nnd then wi "it.'iin, as occasion required. Ho wiu to expect Accordingly I wnrd. ut it was thenwkwnrdneiwof nature, always spent tho day there. I knew also thai the children were away in tho country, and wo arrnngod during tho night that I shouk wh'd ts nkln to grace, Tho expression of in Boyd's houso with two po--' " faco wa" earnest, with n shade of sadness, that your wifo was herself keeping houso dur- wntch y ljls volv' H,w tt and nt tum ns tender ing their nbeenco. You j.erceivo that I am liccmeu. It was to havo been a busy day ic , nml tho city nnd I could ill spore myself from thi M ft woman', posted." office, but I told tho telephone clerk to send I I bad prepared what I thought n neat little "Very much so." "Yes. It is a good part of a year since 1 all calls for mo out hero to Boyd's, and tc , soech of Introduction, but ho nt onco put my began "watching your monthly trips to th tuts precaution 1 owo our convemuon, wutct rr.eiunc mm emunrrasxment to llight by factory. Somo slip wa3 sure to come, for certainly has been a very extraordinary one. UUng me by tho hand and saying, "Well, Unfortunately I cannot oiler you an alterna- what do littlo Connecticut wantP that is human nature. At last human naTho tone, tho familiar addre, tho friendly ture repaid my trust, and I caught you nap- tive, Mr. Smith; I must como over with an officer right awny aud carry you off to th manner, tho gracious smile at ohco put mo nt ping." "How guilty you mako me fetd ! I support city. But yon believe I am here now, do you my oae, nnd I stated my case ns to n friend, tnd almost an equal. Mr. Lincoln listened that you deem yourself an instrument ap- notP with ovident intercut Ames had htnted thnt "I bcllavo it Is nil a weak fable." pointed by tho angelio powers to find out a record existed of tho various charges, tho "Will you look across tho streetP wicked cashiers! Vt this point Smith opeuod tho blind liesidc numlx'rof firings nnd tho nxiwt no results "Not as bad as that; I will call myself simply a burglar, and leave tho angelic jwiv. tts telephono at which he bad boon talking, to eneh gun, nnd that it would vindicate all ers to tho modern business man. Well, as i and wus not a littlo astonished to seo Bradloy he claimed, but ho had Ixvn denied ncctss to was saying, I searched your houso pretty 'eavo the opposite houso nnd cross the street it Mr. Lincoln closed tho Interview by rethoroughly. I could find no money, and was Jn tho company of a very com'wtcnt looking questing me to procure icnnd bring it to him about to renounce my task, when, my eye policeman. In a fow moments they w ere nt nt S o'clock that evening. And to my sugresting on this telephono, tho conception of Ids side, nnd Bradley was saying, after a look gestion that 1 was unknot 11 ntthoilepartinent, consulting you about tbo matter flashed ut tho burglars undismayed countenance bo took nn executive exvoloiw from n bundlo "You now havo nn opirtunity, Smith, for which Lay uhvnys on his tablo and wrote tho through my mind. It seemed a venturesome , of Connecticut, experiment, but I rung up tho central office, oven more direct communication with the ' following; "Ix--t Mr. got connectod with you, nnd hero we arc owner of this houso than you havo heretofore bavo a copy of such reenl as he indicates, talking tho matter over quietly. I shall soon enjoyed. Here I am, as you see, aud hero U A. Lincoln. " bo througfl now. Will you continue listenthe policeman," Armed with tin concise but "Yes, wo aro all very much present It re- - executive inekNige, wo ing?' the n.ivy deterables a scene in tho pantomime." "I am all attention." partment, whore wo waited In the anteroom "Oooil. I know you were a man of quick "Ahl If it only wero pantomime! So niry for more than two hours for tho nrrlval of wits, and that probably you would refuse to and ingenious n spirit as yours but I will Commodore Dalilgren, who was said to bo admit that tho money is here so I mado a few not waste words. Will you tell mo where absent Suspecting uf ter a while that preparatory arrangements before calling you that pilo of kindling wood is? I think 1 nlceuco was rather conventional than at tho telephono. In fact, I foresaw I should ihould liko to get it off tbo carpet" nctiml, wo nt last pushed ly tho Janitor into "That? Oh, that was an invention of mine." tho chief's room, where wo found him calmly havo to compel you in somo way to reveal the "And so you did not intend to bum the writing at hLs desk, where ho had probably hiding placo of that money; and this, Mr. Bradley, Is tho dlsagrecablo part of my task. house after all?" been from the commencement My requiwt "Perhaps not At nil events, I shall not do for a copy of the rejiort was curtly refused, I havo never burned a house down before, b'at my mind is made up to burn yours down it now." , vuntil I produced tho cnvolopo with tho "I am inclined to wish, for your sake, that aow unless you reveal to mo light away sign manual of tho president, caus-- i where that money is hidden. Yes, sir. I tho whole nffalr were nn invention. You ig as much consternation as though ono of bavo made a kid bargain with destiny, I Dahlgren's oivn guns had bund, in in his own havo just brought up several armsful of kindling wood from the cellar, nnd havo piled it fear, this time." department Wo got what we wanted and "Nevermind about me; I nm lost in ad- took it to tho president that evening accordin the hallway and wet it with a can of kero miration of your cleverness. Como on; I'm ing to appointment. sene, so thnt it can all be touched off in a minready. Well, well; it's n ridiculous bubble ute. Now, without multiplying words" Mr. Lincoln sat nt uu office desk, under "Without multiplying words, Smith, I defy of n world." Harper'B 'Weekly. which his long legs protruded to an extent you. Light tho houso, if you want to. You which made them conspicuous. At first ho (rant Never 1'orsut His "'rleniln. have got hold of tho wrong man this time-y- es, had on a pair of carpet slippers, but as the Con. Grant in his youth was inclined to conversation progre-windeed." ho unconsciously thi uw of intoxicating liquors. When sta- withdrew liij feet, disclosing what seemed to "Fiddlesticks! How you jump at conclutioned in a certain western city, on vnrions 1h n nir of dink yarn stockings, through sion! Can't you let mo finish before you explode? Perhaps I'm not as dreadful ns you occasions ho was so ovorenmo that 11 friend which had worLed his great toe, nnd this ho wroto to ono of tho Methodist pastors nnd kept in nlmoit perpetual motion. Tho record think." "Finish! yes, if you ever will. Are you nskod him to do what ho could to savo tho verified the claim of Mr. Ames, nnd after young man. Tho pastor called ujhjii Lieut much discuasion and searching questions Mr. awaro that you havo been half nn hour comGrant, nil' 1 stated what ho had heard. Ho Lincoln took nncxecutivo envelojio and wroto ing to the point P was treated with the greatest courtesy, and tho following: "If Horatio Amos will innko "A half hour of interruptions." "Well, well; henceforth Inin silent. Let us told that while ho liked to drink a glass of ten wi ought iron guns after his method, by nil means get tbrongh with this business. wine, ho was not nwaro that hLs habits had which will uuswursatufuctorily siicli tests as You have thoroughly searched my house, nnd attracted attention, and If they had ho would I shall order, I will sci thnt ho gets paid $1 you hat c piled up hovernl nrmfuls of kind- instantly curb himself. Ho took n pew in tho ler pound for each gun. A. Lincoln." ling wool in tho hall, with kerosene on it, church, and mado n decided chaugo in Ills Thus ended my first interview, I novcr ready to touch off in a minute; and hero wa habits. saw Ames nftei ward, but was told by Oakes Many years after, when tho civil war hail Amos, his bi other, that tho guns were made, are, as you bay, quietly talking tho matter licguu, progressed, ended, nnd Gen. Grant answered all tents, and that his brother reover. What comes nest!" "What comes next is an alternative. Tho was president of the Unltod States, in somo ceived $100,000 on the strength t,t that envelburning of your houso, Mr. Bradley, seems way his thoughts were directed to tho minis- ope Augustus Brandegeo in New York quite, ijeedlecj, as well as disadvantageous to ter who had lieen of such scrviro to him. Ho Tribune. us both. 'Hero is tho caso: On tho one hand, Inquired into his sltuntion; found him in if you refuse to give up tho inonoy, and com-p- somewhat brcken health, unablo to perforin Loudon Iteportorlul I'uturprlte. mo to burn tho house, you'll lose IkUi tho the duties of tUo ministry, but still with clear Tho London Times lias not often of late disof doing useful work. He tinguished On tho other hand, if mind, capable house and the money. Itself by onterprlso In getting you sensibly tell mo where tho greenbacks promptly gavo him a situation in ono ot tho nows, but there Is no doubt of Its power to aro hidden, you will losa tbo inonoy, it is truo, departments, where, with a moderate salary keep n bit or intclllgcnco away from its rivals. but you will savo tho houso. In cither case, which ho was nblo to earn, bo remained for Lord Randolph Churchill's resignation, ansomo years, and where la 1370 wo had tho tho money is lot; you cannot savo your emnounced exclusively by "The Thunderer," is a ployer's funds, whatever you do, and you abovo account in substauco from his own late example. Tho young statesman drove lips. Christian Advocate. havo simply to put that question as Mo. Well, into Printing Houso square shortly after 11 put it aside. It now only remains for you to o'clock at night and asked to seo tho editor. A Collector In a Tenemont. decido whether you will savo your houso or I was last week up in Seventy-firs- t street, Ho was lodged with him for nearly an hour, lrwo it, nnd I oiler you that alternative. to collect in a tenement I noticed already nt tho end of which timo, lo! as Mr. Black Does It appear a very difficult question to deon entering that tho sower gas was frightful, says in his novels, n strange thing happened. cide upon!" As soon as Lord Randolph had been seen off you wero mado for a logician, not and It takes a good deal to knock a collector "Smith, lock tho premLscs an order was statement of the cose quite out A woman in scant clothing opened tho door, back and front, and issued to keys every a burglar. Your to tho tako tho door and asked to have the payment resembles a lawyer's brief, and before you go Sho couldn't spare any money, as her editor's room. Dispatches, as thoy arrived any further I should liko to ask you, if I through tho night, were taken in at window may, whether your occupation has always baby had diod and now camo tho funeral ex- in tho courtyard. Not a soul, from a editor tho been what it is at present, for you do not penses. I looked around, but couldn't see to the printer'd davil, was permitted to leavo any coffin; doubting her story, I therefore talk liko nn an" asked: "Where's your dead baby, madam?" tho premLscs on any pretext w hatevor. For "An outlaw?" somo hours mystery and consternation in plain language. What Sho went over to a chair nnd removing a "Yes, that's it shawl I saw tho jioor baby sitting: dead in tho brooded over tho establishment The secret is it that has brought you to tho pass of piling was till 2 o'clock in tho morning locked in up kindling wood in other people's houses, chair with her hands clinched. Tho sight tho breasts of tbo editor nnd two leader and threatening them with conflagration was enough for me. I asked if (here was writers, Tho paragraph announcing tho after n thirty minutes' statement of alterna- much sickness in tho house and learned that resignation, nnd tho articles commenting it really camo nearer to being an epidemic tives?" thereon, were written and hold bnck to tho sense of humor. Did the absurdity of ward than n fit homo for tho working people "A last moment But oven then, tho hour being novorstriko of this community. New York Journal. tho world nnd its conventions ono nt which othor pajicni had gone to press, you I I was born with nn unuiual doso of tho doors wero still locked, nud it was not till An Adwmtugo for a Parson' lVlfc. that" Mrs. Parishioner Is it possible? And so tho paper had gono to press that tho doora "But there is Imprisonment for life, and your wifo Lsn deaf mute? American minis- wero unlocked. Now York Tribune. ;uch little milters." "That strikes me as humorous too. Think ter Yes, iho was born so. "How terribly of tbo conceit of locking a person up for life! sho must eel the aflllctionl" "On tho conMiss Dora Whoe'er won tho prizo over "JOO Of course it is n justifiable hardship, but just trary, sho ls the happiest minister's wifo In artist students for her study of "Pcnolopo," think of tho vnstness of conceit implied in tho country." "Indeed!" "Yes; sho novcr linco put Into lujtatry by tho Associated hours a word tlin mnsTfrnt!nn iv nliniit Artists. 0110 mnnrt walking up to another ami ciappin; I her. World. him tutu I'jiyjii for ell his bom days. ' f Document Admiral Dalilgren. I first saw Mr. Lincoln In tho sununer of 1S03. I had been elected in tho spring of that year to tho Thlrty-clchtl- i congress, nud visit- ! Washington somo timo in Juno to look up quarters for tho coming December session. Tho corridors of Willard'a hotel were crowded with officers on leave, ofllco seekers, contractors nnd jobbers tho swnrm which always gathers around tho hivoof tho treasury. Tho most conspicuous figure, and ono of tho most reumrknblo I over snw, was Horatio Ames, nn iron founder of Falls Village, Conn., ft brother of Oakes Ames. Ho claimed to havo invented a proce&j of forging wrought iron cannon of heavy calibre, pX subjecting tho molten metal to tho ,u,Pact of t,vo immense trip hammers, which witl1 characteristic- grim humor ho had named respectively "Thor" and "Odin." Amca complained thnt though hLs guns had been subjected to unfair tests by D.ihlgren, who was then chief of tho ordnnnce bureau, nnd though it had withstood all attempt to burst it while tho Dalilgren guns had burt liko glass bottles yet ho could neither got n report in ills favor nornn authentic record of tho cxeriiucut.s. Ames soon that I was one of tho new ly elected Connecticut members, and iuUtcd that in theubanca of his own immediate tvpnwutitthu It was my duty to present his npi eul to President Lincoln. I did not " hanker nfter ttto Job," to tiso ono of the expressive phrases of Mr. Lincoln. But Ames was not tlw man to stand upon etiquette and 1 finally yielded to his Importunity, on condition thnt nn interview should bo arranged with Mr Lincoln's ap- Danville Ky. roi- Washington, Philadelphia and now York. Tho only line running Frames Mado to Order. PULLMAN NEW SLGUl'INU AHD CAUS A SOLID0KT&AIN Till; THOHOlM'lIimi'D Loaisvillo, Cincinnati & Lexington, to Washington City, Connecting In the same depot with Sr, HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL aiAIMlUIS OF ADELINE. Fast TralnB for Now York. The Direct ltouteto Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Vlrglnl lami norm larouna roinis. This flno Dull will ttsnd tho icnoni now com For tickets and further Information, anplr to raencoJnt mr liable on the Lnciltr l'lko oa your nearest ticket offlce or address Y. W. Moa half tulle from Htanford Court House at f me, uonerai Ageut, Islington, Ky, wlh the privileged breeding the cow un til the cow prove la call. Money duo when cow W.CJ. WICKIIASI, II. W. FUI.I.r.B, 2d Vice l'resldent. (len'l I'ass'r Ag't. , ii first served. Marnuliof Adrllne't sire, Herbert, hli sir Kr. Apollo and Dam Imported l&ulbtrn IIau Marquis of Adllenc'i dam, Adeline, lid sirs Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported ljiljr Fisher. For further particular as to pedigree see 11.-II. 11. This Is s very fine young Dull from a celebrated iamllr ot milkers Including the row lcbo, tho greatest of lur day; ber owner having refused Ii5,-00- 0 for her. cattle bavo taken the The Holsteln-rrrisla- n lead as the best for the builljr, and across with One animal. 1 the tiherthorn rrtducjs a will buy all tbo male calroa begotten by this liull algocdirlcts !clvered at weaning time. Ml. 31II.I.KU. 1S0MI fUsrurd, Ky. jt VWJEl&T' If youaroRoluUto any point WEST, NORTH WEST or SOUTHWEST, tnho tho int O. (Ohio & &M. n Misilaiippi Hallway.) I. A THE rnncl Combination INTERIOR JOURNAL And tbo IxjuIjtIIU This Unehas Two Dally Kxpreti Trains arrlr-IngtUu Iouls houra In adranes ol other lints. andgWIngour wengrs first choice of aeata in trains ot connecting lines In Union Depot, Hi far all points West, Houthwest and North west with UecllnltiK Chair Parlor Cam and Now Emigrant Hleoplne; Cara crM?rv of Cluii'iro. NOW IS THE TIME. s Weekly Courier-Journ- al - ut One year for only U-in- moretbau the price of one. 83 two pt-r- for littlo - at to-da- Hy paying us 13 you will recelra or one year your home aper with the l, the reprewmatlre newspaper of the Houlh, democratic and for a tariff for rerenuo only, and the beet, brightest and ablest family weekly In the United Htatrt. Those who detlre to examine a sample copy of the can do so at this orac Courier-JournaCourier-Journ- the West, Northwest cr bouthwest The Itlcheat Farming and ((rating Und In the tt orld uiay be haJ at from II uo to U1 per acre on long time and at low Intorrat. This land will raise double the number ol bushels of corn or wheat to theatre that ran U produced lo Ibis svctlon, and wlih much 1ms la'.or The price tX land Is steadily advancing, trill br and It Is cerfit tain to prute a good luteslment o erery purchaser. To purchase a Farm In rhravf tiiin p it vrmrnt, ttrrrr Hound-Tri- Ticket., Good 40 Dayi Kre-donl- a, to-da- 'ffjtOJISVUU i NtwAlBAHTs CHICAC0 fit ,G At Low Kxcurslon lUtia to Neosho, Mo.: Unrcnce, Abilene, Independence, flatter Hpflnga, IWce, Holton, Council OnTe, Kingman, lnora, (lurlin and rWnea, Kanaas: Columbus, (Irani Island, Lincoln and VaUutiiM, Nei.; and Oxard. Ark, 1'air.ilue, Kin Antonlx Taylor. Wlenlta Falls, Waco, '.aupisoi, llatrd, Albany and MUland, Texas. Tea-arka- , Slop-orc- r rrlTllcgci will bo Allowed p A NEW FAST MAIL LKAM.tl 1I0TII I.Ol I.SVII.MO A CINCINNATI, Dally, secures to trarelers To eiamine tho Lands aad Country. Turchasen of Laod will hare the Trice of their Tliketa refunded. Kxtenslon ItouoJ-irlTick. eta at Low rates lo many otner poliila may t at dlallons to which you putchase tickets. THE 1ST irrf II you Think or .HoiIiir IVchi c't-lso- RJIPID SERVICE 1 n Krer attempted between the (real commercial the Ohl Kite aud t hint ii", and lie nee the fastest lime and mmt comfortable trains between all jailuts In tbetfotifi. or to tho IVcut attend perwnallr U cbrcklnr your laggige and and .Vorri riierounte rart of this trait, on all trunk lluea la denominated Tin .fluff-f(- f seeing you comfortably started un your journey that this satlslanco Is rendered frm of wo .'U'lirTMN. The superb rolllnf suk un:e. C. W I'AKIS, tlTi-patrons fitlimltrit Comfort. Cent. all in 0rAt AndCoupon licke Unicestickets,Ibe boulli JOHN I'lwrjir Agent, li W th at., Cincinnati, V llAlt.NAUL. you will our time tables and fay .MW.II.HIIATTUC, I'rcw, and (ien'l Man'gr, otion, get .Motion and stick to Jtoiton, If Urn. Piss. Ag't, Cincinnati, O jou want to Mto money and hate a pleasant JourK.O.MrCOUMICK, ney. Oeneia! I'asaenger Agent. Chicago. . City Ticket Arents and OlBters: K. A. IIL'Ckmkr, 237 ith Ave., loulnllle, Ky. I. M, 'iOaaHMK, I'--J Vitie it., Cincinnati, U Itetm-mbe- r cm-pls Call on any of our agents who will promptly er all Ic'iulflr. and fJtnlih raluabln inforaa-tlo- a In regard to price of Lands, tect.. homestead and prifftni'tloti laws In any of the Wralern Male.. Willi sit on you at your borars If desired, lurntsh tickets to any point, hate your freight aud household gxli shlppsd at lowest, ratee. and m Dnhl-grcn- LB. I 's THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y "iUtie-Ur-iH- H Home." Shortest and Oniokest Ronto from Uer tral Kentuoky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Line tetw,n- LKXINQTON Hchedu'e In K!Tk CINCINNATI May 16, 1816. "3$F- f? L'.'VIl - - - 's3aV JL .alSBaS; 'T-tk- -' ' BODTU-nooN- No.tT," 1. foTl Dally Kx. Hun 2 CO pm 5 X3 4 38 p m 6 1ft p IB 6 10 p m Kr. un. Interior Journal BrA.N-OKD- . KY. "W. (1 P. WALTON. Fro'r. t Lto. Corlngton.. " Falmouth " Cyutblana Arr rails. " Islington.. Lre. Arr. Wlncheatfir . ta. 8 10 a nil S 10 j 9 10 a m , - ... I ... 21 111 m Jit iw 'i M a mllO 40 p m .. Kwiiu uprn pm pm iq "M""!' ITpm . ,ll .' . ,.1 . I " ' Ijincaaiur " ritautorj Ulcnmiirm 'Vituiviiu in, li W ppiili so pu1 6 b--j a 00 J &.I fl ii vi . ; M ;; pin "I 7 I pa published erery Tuesday and Friday fowprloof tb Lve, Hlchmocil..., Arr. Kerea . ... " I.lTlnn.lon... Nobtii-iJouii- i. pui i .. s 2 pm pm; 3 Il No. ...U' M I"VO IHHXAKS IKK Vl'AIt. No. II No. t Lre. Llflngslon. Arr. ltlcbir.ond Ltd. Ito w land . Air. Klchmand.., Arr. Arr Lre. Lre f.ve Itlchmond " Ilerca .. 11 8 00 a ki 10 a in 4Ja m ......., 01 am,.... 7 00 am ... , 8 to n m 7 8 8 10 2H a in 20 a m mi OK ltl.CI.AMKS- - " lncnlor ... . H Neatly and Cheaply Exooutod. Ill .. I ,' II a in 1.... 00 am 10 SO in,. ol L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. TlIK OBKAT Winchester Paris Lexlugtou .... Paris " Cynthlana .... " Palinouth arr. uoTlngton ... 1" pirn pm 4 P ml 8 SO ml 8 t'J p m 7 pm' 00 p m p 111 u OamU45ia fTiToTr 2 4) pm 8 sOiiiu M a in 4 17 pm o a m 5 IS nm HAYNVILLK NOkTII-IJoOK- IIUANUII. Dally Dally Kx. Hun. Ex. bun. 7 8 8 0 9 10 iToXC pm TUK0UG1I TRUNK TO TlIK UNi 'xlDl't0''" " l'rl ArrMlllersburg., " Carlisle....... " Johnson " Maysfllle... MOOTii-Uons- Lto Corlngton.,., 23 m 15 a m 40 a m SOUTH & WEST WITH a m 48 a m SO a m 01 25 p u. S 20 8 41 pm 0 08 n m 6 S6 p m 7 40 pm 2 00 pu m iost-pone- d. TJoTftT TTn.ua" Dally Dally Ex, nun. Ex. Hun 6 87 a tu 7 2S a m Pullman Palace Sleepers. lionlHvllie Allaiilu, i (o Niuihvllle, A1ciii1iIm. Lre MeysvUle.,.. " Johnson " Carlisle ...., ' Mlllersburg Parl Arr " Lexington ... illin !2Mpm 1 " CiTlnitton II 80a m 6 00 an, I 1 on. . W iiitit. 8 10a m 2 3 2 60 PQ 28pm pm is . pm pm AIoiil(oiuery. NATIE. Aloliile nml Now Orlcutm. Only one change to points In Lillh: Hock, chjster. Ti Train. LexInRton . .1.11. 1... ... Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRA.WTS HeeklDU homes on ncbeitnrwllh Cheiapeaka A Ohio or Ml. Sterling. Aahland Huntlnulon. nn.rl.ion w v. , uu " auiaiern cii Mufrli!i!!:'3n!'t.,uai i.,ua tU Wlnehoeter "! i" "uimeiji aiuKicoan.ciioniftra maueat and Cincinnati! other train' and WMhiniioniD.C. ' ' W,UCM,, 1 maha the line of this road will rocelt special rates. sr8eo Agenlt of thl Company lor ratee, rout AfMOBE, O. P.4T.A.. LouIitIIIo, !y .,na 'W checked to any reached by railroad. For lull particulara. trail nn ., ...m r i.. ' "r "v compaiiT.ir o MiiiiHu, d, A.KEULEV, Oen.l'aM. Ageut Trat. Pas. Agent, Uece.r!"X",1!t0a' II. E. Uenoral Unices, Corlngton, Ky, ,i.i.,,.Tin hi, ' Ifei ' i BflPflnnNft iw panels were examined for jurors and seven secured as follows: T. J, Robinson, G. 1. 1 naJ Stanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON, - April Bali.. CjI. D (J. Slaunter will k'.tb a grant! farewell ball on Monday nljjhl, April 4th, nl Paint Lick, The Italian band 'rnm LsxIriKton will I urn Mi the music. 1, 1887 Everybody is inylleJ. McCijAliY tclln tin that he ha 'nl!? decided in permit his nnmn to go be fore thn contention Monday for the legiita. lure, and if Riven a unanitnoua nomination will make the race to win. Mil. W. irti invMiTMSHtoim. Fair, BuBlnoBB Managor. F. t. a N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 2 JJ r. m. Mall train going North i" .12 15 r. m. Booth 1 M Kiprees train" Houlh...... A r, ...... . J li a. Horli..... Thea-ior- e li calculated on standard tlms. Bolt: will about 20 minutes (aster ft, C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tratne learo JlowUnd at and 7:15 a. Iteturnlntf, airltoatiand l:Mv,, LOCAL NOTICES. m. N Roberts, of who was here aa a witness in the Ctrler trial, was trying to induce our rnon-ie- l men to establish n bank in his town. He believe, that such nn institution will piy handsomely and produces the facts (o ABANK.-Mr- .T. prove it & Dr. Bourne wrote to the judge of the 5ih Tennessee district, inquiring the result McAlialcr'ft. of local option in his dislrict and he write: A FOW. line of Gihinsj tackle of all kinds The drunken mm havo almost entirely dis at Peony A McAliitei's. for the Cincinnati Ba- appeared and crime ha decreased Ask your grocer at least. Prohibition does prohibit king Co, ' crackers and cake. and Jewelry repaired on nhor and the experiment made here proves it. W ATCHKfl notice and warranted by Penny A McAUa The accomplished photographer, Mr. Stan da ill) ready mixed paints; quality Louis Schlegel, of Richmond, has secured and durability uuaranteed at Melt iberla A thegallerf of Mr El MrRiberta and a'ter Ugg'a. the first of Mar will be here regalarly one Hunter-- , Attention. Loaded Cart-ridg- day in every two weeks, which he will deall slits of ahot, at Penny A Mc- He had some vote entirely to sidings A,,cr,,, A oonrMrrn mock of jowelry, latent sjitcimeus of hii work with him, showing style, ltockfunl watchen a specialty. Pen- t1 Hi as an artit lu cinnot ho excelled in ny A McAll-tc- r. tSi section. He unke u "iccitlty of en laigmg pictures under n certain process, PERSONAL. , which are roil gems of art. Crawfortis-rllleLAKmimt'u Garden Seed at Penny two-thir- heard in the musical line ,in this city. T Ry w V L. TiioMrsoN and Willie fPillsburg Post. At Walton's 0,)era House Adatus, Ira.lnu lurrohanle of Ml. Vernon, 'uesday night, April 6th and Rood pt' nm' fihia paper, hate been Mixed. Considerable ta k being indulg - 'In the Cirter trial. hare thi w -- k ed in with regard to the shooting of Mart Mh. 'I P Spink, train dispatcher on Smith's horse, which he claimed was by a the main line, is manipulating trains In would be assassin, the grand jury very place of Mr Florence, who is at Hot properly determined to investigate tho Sprints. Hia old friends are glad to hate matter. Tbey accordingly had Smith and him back again. Joe Cain summoned before them and heard Will R William, now of Paris, has their testimony. Still not satisfied and to secured the Slate agency for the Anson remove any suspicion from the minds of Wood Reaper and Mower Company and the public against innocent parties, the talis us that he has the beat thing on head of the animal waa ordered to be He was here Tuesday . wheels brought before the jury. It was very evident from the wound that the ahot had LOCAL MATTER. been Ired from above and on the right side, Apkil fool I though the men testified that it waa from and Orahara Hour 'at Wa. the left. There was eyidence of powder Buckwheat burn on the right tide and the Hash was tan A Day' . driven in while on the left the bole was Don't fall to call and see my new spring large as if torn out. Drs. Peyton and stxk. S. II. Shanks. Raid were called in to examine the head and deacriptlon at while both testified that they Ihouebt the Garden Seem of erery shot wa fired from abave on the right sk'c, A. A. Warren's Modal Grocery, Dr. Raid raid there was sumo authority for New lot of Spring goods just recsited the alalement the larger wound was whera call and examine. H II. Shanks. thn ball went in than whsre it came out. used to drlte a dray Whoever fired the shot thero is ono thing CAM Jackman, who certain, no one believes that the family of hire, Jied Wednesday of consumption the murdered man had anything to do Tiir.it r. will be no peaches in Ibis sectiou with it. They are too manly to condethis yen and no other kinds of fruit, if thi s scend to so coward if an aot i attempted aMsination. weather keepion. Theue is blood upon tbe tec of the fair A NfMiiEit of freight cars jumped the Patch Wwlnesday, delay- monti. In fact the crimson tluid almost entrack near I tirely ub'cure its benign rays. In his ing the i) r'.li bound mail six hours. IiEAiLEY is back from spech Saturday afternoon, our esteemed Mts.1 lwai)B friend, the gallant Cot. Bradley, made man millinthe.cilteH with n full line of spring call and ex- - severe and uncalled for strictures on the ery and iks the ladies to character of Mr H. S Myers, a pescctble amine. sml unobtrusive citlan. Though very Look out lor the street parade of the much outraged at the tiui Mr. Myers New O.lean Minstrels nnxt Tuesday after himself from attacking Ins yil 'fur noon. Tlie company has the finest gold there, but subrquently on consulting bind on the road. his friend, he decided to write Col. Brad Is the day set npart by Gov ley a gentlemanly nole tellinc him that as To moiihow Knott as "Arbor Dty," when eterybody is he had never done him an injury and ho requested lo set out at least ono tree, hut ctild have ho caiiee fur his attack, he we fear that it will be so difficult to root thought that as a gentleman he owed it to around in the snow to make a hole, that him to publlclv acknowledge that he had wronged him and that would be an cnil of but few will Indulge the duty. the matter Col. Bradley did not respond The conductors on the K. 0. tell us that and on it being noised around that unless Ibey hayo much trouble iu collecting the he made a retraction within 24 hours, Mr. extra ten cents from piaienger who do not Myers would pruceed to use a nowhide uppurchase llckels. The klckera usually yeul on the back of the aforesaid Bradley, Countheir spleen on the conductor, who is not ty Attorney Carpenter swore out a warrant at all to blame for enforcing an order that against him. Before tbe warrant was servthe company has a right to make. ed friends interceded and every effort was and the largest made to secure an amicable adjustment of Btore-roo- m The lar.est stock of goods In this section are owned the matter. Col. Bradley, who it is imposby Robertson A Kinmiird, the great dry sible to scare, eo to epeak, remained obdudegood merchants of Dtnville. They ask the rate and Myers would not withdraw his f jr a portion of their mand for a retraction, though he avetred citlxena of Lincoln adthat ho did not want to be understood as trade and It will pay them to read their and call making a threat. The warrant was finally vertisement on our fourth pane seryed at 5 o'clcck last evening by Sherifi on them. Newland and Myers was taken before AnoitTsnow fell Monday night and Judge Morrow to showcase why he should again with a Wednesday it came down not be bound orer to keep thn peace. The for nearly the whole day and generally sympathized with Mr. night. Had none of it moiled it would citizens it Myers and scores of them otTered to go on have covered the ground 12 inches, 3b After heiriug the proof Judo wero nhown in dry his bond. wa, fully two inch Wednesday was Varnon held him in bond of $200 and Mr, places. Tho thermometer Myers' friends Ihckeil around to sign it and down to 17 and March in every way went they nil expressed their indignation at tho out like a nmmg lion. Bradley und the whole proceedings. -- Monday night alter more than Found. Circuit Court. John KJmlston Dscured half of our papers wero printed and mailed, James supplied and the a verdict for f 32S 1!3 asainet J. with the town subscribers goes by the night trains In the for storehotue rent and eervices. P. F portion that Cable, who wai thrown from a train while depot, we received a dispatch from Mr. 3. Fqutre George r. brakeman nesr Cedar Creek and crippled, R. EugUmsn, stating that P, Bright had been heard from. It hiB cot a judgment for $1,800 against tho L. A railroad. Tuesday afternoou the case since been loarned that he was at McKin- - N of L. B. Cirter, for the tntirdor of Tom ney, Texas, whore he haB some nephews nnd both living, and Mr. Frank Eoi;leman otarled Mo ire at Ml. 'Vernon, wia ctlied Bides aunoanced "ready." Too reyular there at once. I 1 1 Miw Al.lir.itT Mii.lkk, of Couimi Gorton's N.iw Oceans Min I ml . a sieli-- of Mm. U. C. (Sirene, is elrols the faculty of pleasing. It her ku"1'Mrwmn. C. 0. Williams and J. W. ocnlalns a number of real first class artists Urown, Ml. Vernon attorney, were here in all branches of the minstrel pnfcsilon. Therombit clng dancing and the knightyesterday. Collins Uentky and son Joe, oi ly tournament are s'rong feature" of the J. Abilene, Tesac, are here to attend the fate entertainment, while the funnyisms of the end men and the excellent rlnelng in the of Il.Jl.(lentry,dtcM. -- Mr. John V Ykiikeh, tho handsome first put will be remembered by the visitand talented DanTillo attornay, was attend- ors for a long time The house was packed to the doors last nUht and the indications ing court this Owsley and Mrs. J. J ar that the same state of things will pre Mas. Maitie r Mcltob-- r in Luiisrllle. Toere Is v.til all the week. Tho playing of the Gold i'todnwi safie don'l Bind is as fine as anything lint hai been omethi'i. ip liu' r J. J. McKinney, Logan Murphy William Uooch, Samuel Dudderar and B F Haydeo. Tne sborifT was then ordered to summons 30 additionalmen to report at 0 o'clock Wednesday. Out of II a 30 but three competent jurors were obtained and another lot of 15 were ordered to bo summoned by 1 o'clock The panel waa finally secured, the additional five jurors being William Back, A. M. Frye, M. F, Elkin, W. L Dawson and John W. Walter. It will be remembered that the killing occurred at Ml. Vernon last summer, when both the Moore boys, Tom and Jack, were shot dead by Cirter, in a fight with pistols, guns and rifhs. The circumstances have ben fully detailed In this paper both at the time of the killing and at the trial of Carter for the killing of Jack Moore, which accurred here last Ojtober. The evidence for the Commonwealth wm about the same as given in the other trial and at ad jonrnment Wednesday night the prosecution rested. Messrs. Herndon, Bradley. Miller, Noel and Carpenter represented the State and Welch, Raufley, Alcorn and Ows ley thn defense. Mr. Cirter was put upon the stand yesterday ruornitg and forecveral born was suljcted to a rigid cro's cxitni- notion, which he stood with remarkable compoure. The defense concluded Its tes timony by iu on and at 1.30 Judge Morrow ileliyered the instructions to the jury. The speeches were limited to an hour each and at 7 o'clock the esse was gircn to the jury. MARRIAGES. After ustog theSmoko Bill twj minthi wrltoa as follows: Ykllvillk, Ask.,' Jan. 17, I8S7. : CaanoLloSHOKB JUtx I !u?e tested your ! iclce andean truthfully aay this: I hare practlroJ medicine for thirty years, and your Cirbollo Bmoko Hall rellerca Caam now prepared to tako orders for all kinds of tarrh, Asthma, Neuralgia, Croup and Bronchitis more r evilly plants and will hare thttm read) at n tlroe than any preparation; ani I will jy further, that no physiMy plauta are from lbs best aecd and are cian will or can prepare a rsnnd y that will giro relief as soon warranted to lie tbe best. as the Carbolic Smoke liall for th e dlteaKa named In your cir216-t- d O. J.'XK UljdXIt. W. M. NOE, M V. Stanford cular. A PHYSICI AKT. Comi-iny- I . - I MiJLWTO im-- X BALL PRIIVCK. ro, hetir Whin, dam a Denmark mre. Prince. Is out of u cru IjloodeJ Whip. He goea all the gaits naturally anil la 4 years old this Spring; black, bandu high. Ho will make tbe teuton ol 1887 15 atrar stalls on the new Prmchertrlllfl pike, S mllea from eunlord. at Mitn Jtikiirn n. tUitt to get un, walk around mare andiuik; no call no par Ir the mare la traded or remored from tbe neighborhood without latldylng mo that she Is not In loal, the season li due. I will alto stand Jack, ur pa Uentlcincn; I hare been a suUerer from Catarrh for eight years; the symptom? wers a fullness about the bead, frequently followed with Neuralgic pains. IIsto tried numerous rcmedica without recdrlng anj benefit. A friend Induced ma to try tho Sniolo Ball. The treatment has been attendol by most satisfactory results. I bellere the Smoke Ball tho only Catarrh cure, and cheerfully recommend It to all tulIVrars from Catarrh . I tin satltOed If used properly Ik will tir,ct a permanent cure. Ilcapectfully, E.M. HOOE, wim Btrattoo A Terstegge. Carbolic Bmokk Ball Com ir Louisvillk, Feb, 2 1. 'Jhe After suffering with Catarrh for flftoen years and spending a great deal ot money for remsdirs, I unhosltatlngly Carbollodmaki Ball th bolt I bare etor used. At $7. on tbe tamo terras aa the bora. He Is 3 yeariuld tbla lall, 14 baadi 3 lnche blgb; flue It la tho only remely Icrer saw thai I Inllero will earn Caand I warmly recommend It to every lutftrer. length and good (arm. He was aired by Arrh tarrh, Walker's Jack, out of n.y old Jennet. Will limit LILLAltt) TUOMPdON, Lebauoa, Tenn. to 25 marea tbls Pprlng. IMIOIDOa, Attorney General of TcnncHHCt nau: NILAH ASDERHOS. Konnoy Wilkes Will moko tho aeaton ! P.uih The complete trca'.meut includes a Uebellator piciage, whlci should bo und In all oaronlc oas;s as a Constitutional Treatment, Is then necessary. Oae Smoke Ball contains bctltcn 300 ami 100 doses. Price $2. Debellator K. W. at my stable on llrancb pike, at A SI. 1'EKXY 31 cA $10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. JONK9, Agint, Crab Orchard, Ky., L. (1 hiSTF.fl, An cntK, ktannrtl, Uu. OOOCH A HON, Acentt, Wayneiburg, Ky. poe wk. I 'r Miis James E Jones o'otainni marry Miss Mollie Startles at Crab Or- chard yesterday. Mr. Cper Abt,one of our Swiss Battlers, and Mis) Clerinda Petry, daughter of Mrs. Nancy Petry, will be married on the 6m. Their eon, ThomaB Metcalf, hands us the following: Mr. and Mrs. John Metcall celebrate their Linen Wedding from 2 until 4 o'clock v. u. Thursday, April 7h, to which you are earnestly invited. Nichol-Bsvil- le, Ky. Special to the IaTiaioa Jouaxar.. St. Louib, Mo , March 30, 3 r. v. The following is in the Pott Dupikh this afternoon: Tuue Love. There was a happy of plighted love in one of the parlors of the Southern Hotel at noon to day. Miss Lucy Burton, of Stanford, Ky., and Hon. Thomas P. Hill, Jr , formerly of Kentucky, but now a special agent in a far West Interior Department of the Lind Office, were united in marriage, Elder J. O 'fully, of tbe First Christian church, officia-ting- . As tbe Western land offices are now flooded with work, the groom could secure a leave of absence for only four days. This gave him only time to come to St, Louis and return. So the faithful and courageous little woman, in company with her brother, met Mr. Hill and a party of his friends here this morning and the marriage was ar ranged as stated. After dining at the house of one of their friends, with some of the Kentucky colony, Mr. and Mrs. Hill v.iii leave tLla evening for his Western home. Mirlln i A and Jim I'orter i 4th dam by Yount JetlVtraoa (a pacji) 3th dam by iiuni voinuiouoro. Will Jack an) n good license to breederaltottand a high li' t hand ofLa-lwoll-lred Ho Is a deep bay, 3 years old. 1.1 hands and 3 Inches lil?o. Hired Iit Lyle'a Wilkes, thetlieof Malilo Wllkn i a7. Vcrmm I... trial 2.10k: laat half 1.10, hn by George Wllkra i it with 63 lu j 30 uu. in iii-- .jixa, a inn auier io Maun will lama, aold tor 87 0M), lteJ by and Hiawatha, by iiuwatiia, no or loiporu-- Albion, uvu Duchess Maid, by Mamlrlno Messenger, a data by Tltm, by Mambrlno Measenzer. nlrn of General (loo. 11. Tbomet, whoalrod 'cott'sTho.ii.n t at and K 3 " 3nl dtm Downlnu'i bay MisieuR-- r, tiro Queen and Crescent Route. Orloans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) (Cinoinnati New ii Shortest and HJuickest Lino to New OtIimus. Florida, South Enst, Tex as, Cubst, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. itt:.vi ui. iu:ai ixnvN. TitAINdttOUTH. So.l. Dally No.3. No. o. No, 7. Dally. STATION'S A At $S to IiiMiro u Living Colt euj-orio- ! 6lred by Stljuall's Jack Rotiih A Heady, waa by uid uaw, lit uam ty Jlumniotn, no by Kojal Mam.noth. Money due at wea ilng time or when maro partid with. tl.V. OtVRSH. I'lttlcidNOKfl No. 4, Dally. null No. ' u.2. Daily. 42 11 4 1 ii Nu. 3. Dally. Ex. Hun. 7 85 a m 4 03p 10 02 a m 7 05 p 1022am 7 35 p 10 43 a m 8 Ol p 11 OS am 8 41 p 11 10 am 8 59 i 1133am 9 10 p Dally. V.X. Dally. Dally. STANFORD LAUNDRY, jx-- STANFORD. KY. Otfrpr!cf washing areas follow'fihlits 10 doi 2s cenu; Ci.tft to 15tentt; doz. lVlpill 2' cntt; ttK"dkrchl fa 2 to S ctntt: Muhtj 3 51 nm C 15 pm "blrtalOtoa-i-H-actjdlrla Scents; Drawers Under m 30 ceuts; Neekt'ea a'i cents; Vista 15 to j an a m I to Coats atctofl; Vnr a? lo75 centt; Sok 7 40 m r . B ; 1 m 8 10 pin, 7 65a in L'Te...('lnclnnatl ... v'rr Georgetown m 10 52 pin 10 51 am to izop in ll so a m .....Nlcholairllle ni 1 41 p m 11 51 a iu in . ....... 12 31pm Harrodburg Junction.. UanillM in 12 ta m 12 17 p m i a iu i i ii iu ...Junction Cut iu i 3 ''5 p in ..Kings Moun'aln .... 2 27 n 111 4 20 p iu riiraerset :V a iu 7 30 nm ....... .Oakdalo 2 1 10 M ii m, nm 1021 3 5) p m 3 25 p ui pin 312 p ui 3 02 p m 10 am A 9 renU; Caps f cent,. Towels 5 cents per pUce or cenuperdni, ladles' List: Dresses sic to !; Hklrta Jl to 7 c-- t; Chemise 10 to SO cents Family wa h g done ut 3 cents, which includes all but white shirt, skirts, counterpanes and dresses, which will lie charged 10 cents each. Terras Cash when goods aredellfered (ioodswlll be callei for and ilellrerol free or charge .l FARISS & WELLER. Proprietora. j5-lm- t :l ii p in a m i a m :n 1 p iu 3 00 a in 17 t 7 825 ami.. Biriiilnhim ...... 12 50 am .. Kutaw.... ...... 9 11 p m .. Meridian .......... 0 40 p m 10 40 p m . ...New Orleans Chittan-wi 131pm 41am 6 40 a in 5 03 p la 7 27 mil 1 15 a in 2 01 p in 7 m 4 Ola in 1 35 pia fi 27 a m fl 39 a in 101 47 a iu I2 28pua f33i.i in 2 CGn m 12 12pia 5 20 a in 2 45 n ra 12 01 pm 10 42 am 1 20 a m ., 9S0ata am oia tl pit ln0)pm 7 S iu p in io in a iq 6 20 15 .1 05 a ta a m am 8 00 p m 2 35 7 ....Metldian -- ., p m 7 10p m 6 15 Jjlirereport. .... T. P Junction Vlcksburg 3p in Ham 750 am 9.15. No. I am PUBI.IG S AL.E laiexed No. 9 learoa Oakdalo dally except lunday. all II a. M , .ArrlTin,' leayea Chattanooga at 3.O0 p. it., arrlTln at O ik 1 ilo at 6 1 J p. u. Mann Boudoir BuQst Slesplng Cars onalltbroajh trains. at Cbittimi at ! Tbeunderslgael Administrator, with the will ol Pendleton Jenkins, deceased, will, on JOHN C. OAULT, Ocn'l Mansger, H OLLBR N, Qen'l Frt. A Taw. Agt., It. X. KYAN, Asit. Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agent. Ii. CARROLL, Uea'I Supt.. W. W. WELLS, tiuperlnlendeat, Somerset, Ky. General Offices, St. Paul Building, West Fourth Strait, Cincinnati, Ohio. WEDNESDAY, APKIL G. 1887. NJES'W- - At late residence of said decedent. In Lincoln county, Ky., on th Huston tIUs A Stanford pike, two mlJM from the former place, expose to public sals to tbe highest and best bidder, tho following destrltxd property, 1 pair largo work Mules. 3 Mules, 1 Buggy Horse, S good Milk Cows, 3 yearling steers, steer Cairn, 8 yearling Hellers, Sows and Pigs anasunau, i nailer a. wooq mower, uay iiaka, watou. Farmlni Imnlementa. Corn In Crib, Kockaway, and d Wagon, lot of aiem ana utru aiso nouienftll ana Kitcnen The household Furniture la New and of the Finest Quality. New Carpets, Bruseelaod Yarn, Ac. Also two-HorBjck-boartar-nltur- o. FUENITUEE STORE MACK HUFJGTOAN, Proprietor. 10 Shares Hustonville Bank Stock Bkkck Jones. The above is the yery happy aud somewhat romantic sequel to a long and not entirely smooth courtship, and we hereby and herewith send uir warmest congratulations and good wishes Wo have always had a tender feeling for Tom, and as for pretty "Little Lucy," we have ever cherhbed the sheerest admiration and afhetion ate regard. We hope nmi believe they will be extremely happy. Bat how did it hap pen that the marriage was ronsummatid in St. Louik? The explanation is eiey and the reasons satisfactory and sensible. Mr Hill has a good position in a government (.flic in Kansas and has buckled himenlf down to the hardest work to make a name and fortune for hiineclf- - lie could his business longer than a few days, arid it was cheaper and better in every way, under the circumstances, for the mttrrlagi to occur as it uu. ine marriage was to have been celebrated here tbii month and it took many pressing letters and numerous urgent telegrams to induce Little Lucy to change her plan. Bit when once determined, like tbe true and lovable little wo lumtiatshe is, she asked her brother George li) accompany her to St. Louis. He did and Bre:k Jones' telegram telle the balance. Hurrah for the brave little woman! She has increased our admiration for her and that of everybody else who takes a sensible view of the matter. Tom is a capable and moral young man, has been city judge of Stanford, represented the county for two years in the Legislature and wo should not be (tirprieed, with his true little wife to help him on, to bear of his retching even higher positions in tho gift of an admiring people. Observers dechro that liquor drinking in New York City waa never so universally a habit as now. Men of all aea drink ly, early and often. Brokers drink because they are excited, merchants drink became trade is dull, Meanwhile the saloon wen are coining fortunes. Many of tho shopi are furnished with palatial elegance and radiance. TEUMS. Tho "ale will be mvlo on a credit 3 i io .ths lor all tuini tf 310 and orer, under that ainouut Caih. Purchatcr to execute cotes with gmid (cnrtT, payable to tho undersign, d and payablo In National Bank of Huston-Tlll- bearlug6 ptrrent. interest. must bs cnupllcd with b lore Isaac Dunn, S nOJIt.i&OX, Auctioneer. T. Terms of tale Is removed. Adin'r. ii-- m lxl Tbe l.i 'iu of 170 acrtu, on which Pendleton Jn-kin- s rotblid at tho lloio of his death, if not prt ratcly rcntrd befirnthi day of tbe abore sale, will bo then and therootlere'l for public rontlng, for tbe jearlcbT. SOtcre of ta no for corn and tho rest Is we'lset In pass Prty ren'lngio 'inre tugiT- noi wllh gtoi knii'ijy pya. ile January 1st 18i8, and nrgotiab-lu Bank At fame time and place there will lis expostd to p ili'lo eale on terms on which personal property of Pendleton Jenkins la Kld, the following horser. Two work Mults. 3 yearling Colts by Ed Klmblo Hustou-TllIeNatlo- Will nlnaN lmvo on lnuitl a Ittruu hiiiI nuluct Hue oT Furnl-tur- e nml Iimlerlnlcer'H Cnodn. Mj prlci'M vilJ lie,s low n'isiicli KooiIn ciiu be ItoiiKlit la llic ciHeH. dlivc me a irinl and yon will lie convinced that I null lower tliuii Iho lowest. and 1 Ally, by SUne- al! Jackaon, Perroas desiring to rent the farm before tho day ul .ale, will cull on Mrs..Inlii,oa the cremtsea, or on 'Ik undersea il T J. ROBINSON. Agt. SI5-t.HusuiUTlllc, Ky. WEAREN & MEMIK I'UltLIC SiAI.E! VALUABLE As Ailiultilsirat SfflKrlMiMll SB PERSONALTY Adam I Hill, rot decpastd, OS TllKMltY AlkKIL 5, ISS7, Sell to the h'ghes' biJihir all the personal projor-l- y of trld dual. iiit 'J hi property ccnsls s of Some fine Cos iilCalvn 17.Steer Crlrec, twen-iT.fiTturlng : it'o, twenty stock Hogs, V V mil iiili-llorKi-- , , Ho- tebold and kitch- en Fiifiilturo. Sale to lie Nt relderrn of deceased, near Huston-Titland to bgln at 10 a, M. TERMS; Oo 'errnaily, .1 months credit on notes wllh kood security , payablo In Bank and bearing Intrtu from sile. For rent, money will bopavablfl Jan. I, ItifS. Adin'r. I ' .71 A' the tarn-- ' time and place, as agent for Mis. Hoi I la. I Carpnier wl'l reot somcdtslrablo grass laud, adjatont to town, In four lots; a'ao about twn huiiilrid "uod io u r.s on the Casey Isrin. e, Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Ph8Btons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Boad Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills,s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Sash-Blindd F.M.Y. Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve YOIT 2 ft, T r K NTIOIV hides is larger 'and more complete than ever beI KL.TCT riSl) fore, from the cheapest to the best. YoirAf,, ili-- l dl vem-eanc- All of work guaranteed ns represented. Prices to suit the times. Wo can sell you as good, vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our lino assortment before it is broken. JMLGKEENsAki., WEAREN & MENEFEE. HiiMtmivllIe, Ky. With land at $20 an acre, one glass of beer at 5 cents represents a pieco of ground 9 fePt wido and 12 feet long. Retnombcr this and when a fellow asks yon to drink tell him you will tako 6re cents worth of real estate instead. The Rev. Kobert Hall, when asked how many sermons a preacher could preparo in a week, replied, "If he is a man of preeminent ability, onr; if he is a man of ordi nary ability, two; if he is an ass, six " -- WALSH, THE TAILOE, 2:12 BarI baTeaecureil the terriers cf a ber, and propjio to turn out wore 'loui up only tb Tniital An, Jlr In tho highest 6 i ilmir to Wenren's shoplt cAtra l l t fix the ' bangs ' A Menefia's. h n preva a manner tiu'y enticing. A ol young ladles In und giniHiidQ o' otan-for- d rail from lioth tun ladi ery reiicfiillr and tho public gm "fatly i, Ki.yfi loiicitod. first-claii'i-'1- FOUI11H AVENUE, IiOXTISVXIiIilS, P. S.-F- INE nl 211-2- 1 nn. GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. 1 tHn'fii 'm KfclUkW.lJ a. ....- - jw ajji U& Vju u ...av . . . v VJSSU ujii J14 j'i i.ffl7WwWSSfflf -- i .? . - - - -t- K- 2- . iit- - "K. S- rtdBflCfKWWn X ROBESRTSON DRESS j a & KH3STISr-A.III- D Having recently addod to our already spacious Storo Room, wo now display tho largest and moat varied aaaortmont of GOODS, CARPETS, MATTINGS, SMALL NOTIONS, a And HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ever Shown in Central Kentucky. Our stock of Dress Goods 19 inimouso, embraciug all tho latest and most approved styles in Fiuo Woolen Fabrics, Imported Novoltica, beautiful eflects in Silk and Wools. FAILLE FRANCAISE, SATIN OUCHUSE, MOIR andGROS GRAIN SILKS. This departmant is especially worthy of your attontion and you should not fail to eco tho many baudaorao patterns we havo to offer. CARPETS. Carpeta aroa specialty with us and wo are determined to build up a tradoon theso goods second to none in tho State. Our carpet room is on tho first iloor, is well lighted au filled with llruesols and Ingrains of the Choicest and newest pattern, fresh from the looms ot tho best known fyctorios. All-Sil- k, Wo also show in this department a largo lino of Mattings in now patterns J i Lace and Japanese Curtains, Porteries, Curtains, Poles, Elegant Smyrn a Eugs, Oil Cloths, Stock of White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Satines, Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets, and Notions Wo sell tho best fitting and most popular KID GLOVES known to tho trado and havo them carefully fittod. A guarantee given with ovory pair of our best Gloves. every department, to which wo invito your attention. A careful examination of the stock in each will pay you. You can find no better Market for Dry Goods, Carpets, Notions or Upholstery Goods. Is always full and complete. &c. Our bargains in Many indisputablo Como and eco us. Sss ROBERTSOIT MAIM"IZLTlSriSrjTJElTD,KY. NTKKET, IA VJMVT.K, LOUDON, LAUREL COUNTY. iM Jonen hasbeeu appointed county attorney pro tern during the absence of Mr Catohinif, which will Imtiome two or three J V. 15 a 1 1 , hi H '! 1 i A vinorous proa.cn ion in beiui: waged against violators of th prohibitory liquor law jn ihiscitintT. A number of perHona in and around Pitiebnigh have been ar rested. Tn irrepreible J. Watta Goff promptly appealwab fned $50, which ed to the circuit court. Active campaign ing will brt resumed two week hence here that a company It is undei-'no- d is being owtrzxt m P'rry county to u to Louiiville and administer the fate of Ana. niaeto the diamond uedszz'e.-- clerk of tHe Commercial Ho'el, on account of an inter view bo eubmitted to not Ion since in regard to the late cMl strife between the ay French and Efersol" fee ione in that mountain climr. A dealer in scrap iron, named Goldberg, a descendant of that ancient people choeen of God, was attacked 8aturday night at Pittsburgh by a man named Chandler and seriously if not fitally hurl. He was. struck In the side with a rock and several ribs broken and other injuries icflie'ed. Late Sunday evening the doctors reported the chances decidedly against his recovery. Chandler was arrested ahd is in jail and will have his examining trial earlf in the month. " pelled to furnish in excess of the contract W. O. Bradley, J. W. Joces and H. C. Ev ereole are attorneys for plaintiff and tile one, cise promises to b a ts Mr. Mullins cliima to be mtn, and is a fighter from Bitter creek, pretty hih up. Circuit Judg4 Ibyd is one of the commiioners and has the "man huoJ, no himeatr and the nerve" to staud by the county and his convictious of right. Jude Brown is alsj t comaitaioner and as everybody knowt ainv Inn "nia armor on and bii lance at rest" hotly-contestemuch-wrong-ej 1 2RIGSSOIff. tabr 2. SO. JR. WELCH. My fine stallion, Welch, will make tbe season of 157 at my plaee, known as the John Lloyd Thurman farm, IS mile from thelby City, and between the Stanford A Dansllle and Danellle A Huaionvllle Turnpikes at fu-aw- week. presence by two distinguished "colonel" (by courtesy) of the London bir that London would never occupy that place as a city to which her magnitude enti les her eo lone as our very chest excellent h'otels cling to the notifying the hungry nut bell method of wayfarer that his hash is ready; .and now strong talk is indulged in of taking the bells from their Bteeples by sheer force . As it is they are simply clinging there by sbeer force of habit! While Louisville aod other Southern cltie are having their real estate booms, the mountains are' dittoing it rlgorouely. Flocks ciEwtern capitalists daily cast a wishful -- , from short taw, toward the great Cumberland Villey, where they fond ly hope their poeacss'ons nny shortly lit", and in the nmntiuie a pieo of ground now ail then crunks bind at $10 a foot in the unpretentious, but nevertheless rapidly We've tot growiui.' little city ol London money that ears the Birmingham of Ken tucky will not be located in Palarki county. , A negro, a raving midman, was arrant ed five or six miles from town Sunday and brought here and lodged in Jul. He had Kone to the houe of a farmer and attempt ed to kill same members of the family, when the neighborhood waa aroured and with the united tffoiH of four or five men he waa finally throttled. He had upon his person several "laborers' checks" of the firm of Gooch Brother?, who are contractors on the C. V. railroad near Pineville, and it is inferred the negro wi a laborer on that road. On eorne of the checks appear the name of William Bowlea and on others that of William Franklin. And now about that corn again. It is cjear lo my mind, that the fighting editor, hacked up by the whole office force, ha. into a combinatipn with "that individual, the and poor printer," to make, me think I said a thlpg which I never, never (?) said, and I am convinced the "devil" is at the bottom of the whole of it, but let everybody come It was remarked in our old-tim- e black, 14 bands a Inches bUU. He waa aired by Young Black Hawk, hf by Velocipede, Will miko the present season at SI. H31IT1! Caldwell's be by I'.'iberlion a empson, he by Imp. MamMIA UG 11 M A S'N.ZmUtn from Stanford, on the moth. His dam was by SllgaU's Black Hawk; And thus d id the ben reward Bcec her." boiner et pike at $tO to liiHiirc a llvtttu second dam was raised by Stiles Maxwell aud waa colt, same conditions aa abure. He Is a Hue com- an Imported Jjck. Money dun when tbe oolt Is bined horao lii bands high of Rood atjle and acBucklen's Arnica Salve rail J or iiurt r.trttd with. Lieu rclaiLcd on all tion and uas pro re n hlime'f a inUudld bre de. colta till aenaon charges sro paid. The bcitSalre iu the world lor Cula. Brulics IC G UMAX roasjiiablo rates PastUMiio will be IIiibioutUI'o Ky Parting with marcs furnltbtd at Iniurance. Sorce, Salt Hboum, Foicr Sores, Tetter, Chapped forfelta the V.T.SAMH1HSK, Hands, Chilblains, Corni and allUkln Eruptions, Shelby City, Ky. and posltlrely euros Piles, or no pay required, I. la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monay refunded. Price 25 cents per box. Fur gale by No. 3011, itaedsri I'mlcr Bui 7 (A. T. K.,Vol V.) Penny A. McAllster. wll stand of paper and laughingly read: ' Said a great Congregational preacher To a hen, 'You're a beaut llul creature;' The benjuat lor that Laid three Of gs In his bat, Bay Htalllon foalded ii Hit. IC hands high, Is b? Mrrf nger Cbtef, lat dam by Vermont Jr , 2 THE COMBINED HTAUUON, dam by Imp. Scythian, Sdsm by Bonner's Gray Eagle, 4 dam by Onstott's Telegraph, Ills Ab Eev. L. H Ahram, a Baptist minister of dallnh sire. Messenger Cnlef, J In 2.80 Hat, by dam Pilot, dam bv Maiu&rluo Messenger, 2 by Mambrloo Cuief, 8 dam by Imp. Napoleon 4 Philadelphia, charged with swindling peo- dam by Tempest: Messenger Chief aired Maud ple by inducing tbeui to take shares in a MMferjjr2.J6Ji; Marvel 2.23; Gu 2,23 and many destined to win tame on the turf. bogus oil company, lives in an elegantly others n This line, combined staMoa will make the Ahdallah Pilot, by Alexandsr's Abdallab; dam of IS J7 at my stable nmr, Shelby City, In LinBlandlna, by Mambrlno Chief; second dam (Rosa furnished house, provided with a rue libra Ilnd's dam, 2.2IU.,) by Parker'a Brown Pilot. Ah- coln couuty, ou tba Shelby City A Jvuob Lick ry, mostly of religious dooks. He is about dallah Pilot sired Plckard 2 1SU; Re.1 Jim S yrar-ol- d Turnpike road, at reco-2.23; Messenger Chiefslred Maud 50 years old and of very clerical appear$15 the Season, or $20 to Insure. Alexander's Abdallab, by Itysdyk's Hsmble-teolaance Ilia wife, bj bis eecond marriage, is dam Katie Darling. Alexander's Abdalonly about 25 sears of age, beautiful and lab sirnl Goldsmith Maid 2.11, lUvullad 2 il,'J; Dkscbii-tios- i awp I'XDKiakK 'Second Jewel la 2.29; St. EJmoie 2.22; nearly heartbroken ovr recent develop- Tborkdale also siredMajor Ed tall Belmont, Jlelaora, a blood bay, wltb black mane and tall, 13 hands 3 Almost, .80. Ha . . sklj.f itgviuci uliu uc usiuii rit h leches blgb, with fine style and artlon. He la C A.Asa.Aa .& u.all. aunuj . iitcif iriuuio wiu ments Cunningldy 2.16H; Katie Mlddleton 2 2), BUI Tbundtr years old this spring, was sired by ham's Jewel, be by the famous old Washington i.iayt, eic. Denmark. Klret dam, Minnie, by McDonald's "Spesking of p'ever things." eaid Mr. n Messenger Chief, Jr, will mike the present Halcoro; aeoond dam by Wells' Crusader; at my place , miles Beecher, "did you ever hear that good BradfordsTlUa plke,st from UustonTliIeon the dam by a son of Davy Crockett; fourth dam athird aaddla mare, pedigree unknown. Mr. poem written 20 years ago on my name? II. d'arsln'sOId Minnie, dam of Second Jewel. Here, Ma, (he always called Mrs. Beecher 810 TO INSUBE A LIVING COLT waa a premium animal from a colt up to an aged mare. Second Jewel haa been showo 31 times and Ma), you read it to Perkinf; I've forgotten Money duo when colt Is foaled or mare partod worn tbe slick tie 81 time defeated only three with. Mares will be matured at 12 ner month. times. the words." Mrs. Beecher smilingly put on but I will not be responsible for accidents will also stand at tbe same stable, tbe fine her glaete?, went to a drf wer, tcok cut a b't K. II A LOU. VAX. youngjack, UustonTtlle. true "Wim All Her Fadlts."-tIi- 's she writes a ecrawlv hand.Vute in two ''tV where one would do, Ami pella "dou" with an extra 'V"; But not a girl in this wide laud Is half so desr. tnd verv few One- , , ., n.o. lomh me she sometimes ears "I seen," "They was," ' "I'd not," or "So bo you"; "Tnem'm youre," "Tney's good" harsh to my eirr; Bdt she is still my lovely queen; Whose heart beats. are to mine most true, Aod will be yt far many sears. Some say that love is blind, and I would add that love i deaf also. Though grarcmarless and spelling bad, fdy lore ia handsome, sweet and thy Toe of our love you'd knon? She's only fire aod I'm her dad. Mark Bennett in Judije. J,... ... ,l:. brrder. At the same plaee aod on the same terms A MAKE IX FOAL. lilack Hawk la a aoIM black, yea. a old, UK $15 TO INSURE I will alto stand my Jack, WILLIAM I.YU4. at hands nigh, will show aerencoUa this spilig, a few black, llJJ banda high and - $H. He U a 1 re out ol lbs nclghParting with or moving u Iut ,prlg; Ter, nnemulrs baaailred by l.yle's Itnporlod Jack, and out of iKrnooi renders money aue. The horn wiiistand at good Jennet. Will also sumd lorllO.UM. by Itodoc, by old l'llot, alia ol I'llot, Jr., list ) I'llot aire I tbedatuauf Jay I'.fo Will nuke the teiwn of 1837 at iny stable on the (12 In 1U1 Jlaud ri.'i.lt.,',', Nutwood 2 i.lS'f and 21 from Stanford to Lrab OcbarJ, 3 doc, pike In the 2. SO Hit. Mcmbrito Chief aired Lauy Tborn uillct from tbo Uttrr place. Woodford Meubrlno 2.2l)j. HiUuoll litlglum wai brougut (nni Ohio at Uay lltnrr an now 6. lie la 3,i Norman a Kutllu) 2:vAi, FUk'a Mawbrlno Chief 2 it'j, &ej.brluo I'llot 1 JV'i, Meuibiiuo Uiar Uapple Rray, bearjr tuaoe autl tail, of noud ityla aiar2.?6V and action, aod hai woTtn ulnmlf a asol breed rr, 2 27, North Jr., ia a aoild black. 1C haodi high, KricMon, seTeralot bliCOlUhaTlaKbMii kept tar talllom. and welgha t,2W) lbs. 11 la a bona mat rccoui-uendWilllaiu Jnmei, ';'qulro A. K. McKlnner, who Ulmwlf eren if be had no but bare bit coltt, ar referred to. poaatng him TbeJack.Mogul.il 9 yiari old, black, with one of the the bloo.1 that lit doe ihould make her-ru- e icrandeal alallloua la Kentucky, white uote. m t'.red by a Madlaon Jack. I don't lee wilt be know the (lock, but know hell a guod mule Jack. Uli dam waa Il'ack Hawk, he la quick and a guod AM2 JACKS, Uli iont alrtd and bla diugbtcrt are tba dams of IS in Ihe'i.'io lial; Krlctaon la half brother to Krlc, record cl'i.JS', and told to lloburt Jtonncr at at a Krlcason (6 In 2:30 Hat,) by Mrmbrtno Ciller, by Mcmbrino l'aymaiter, dam Ihedaui ol (lollab, tbatagr lit daru U. 5 $10 TO INSURE A LIVINO COLT. foaled or mare part- -l with. Welrti la 16 hards high and waa strrd by William Welch, dam (lay. br Krauk Wolford, alro of Cockoo, record Second darabyjo Stoner, 3d dam by a Gray Kagl her Hn baa MTeral colts that are of fine, rood site and alyle urge anu a i'o urrrui,1 llfknaltlnn. is A sure loal feller, ami I..W laJ of kind hli.i li.lv n .!.! salety. He was neer bandied a day fvr apett but shows good trotting action. Money due when coll is CoiieclalCollettoflCr.Unlwr$ll.&teK '""f' ""'ssu-.J Uaral ?: US -- . tdlrf. r: l'"" Hn IB iairt'.C!'.f't'"1B"t B"'a's Csllere In tW VcrM lHU.i n...r ..i .. J tj.l ..J, , j. Tlrcrakr, llli.l.ML ;:.:r.r..'.r??'T.' . .. IBT...... 5.'rew, thms maaM, tpMUllw. ! Ut..Ai.MJHr rtn tmm, LTTusrui. jim w. it ttuiTU. Y iaU. r2r i;. THE FANC SADDLE STALLION, old- - Mare traded with or mo red off makes money due.tho colts stand good tw Ire months tor Mason. i. 910 to Insure n Colt lOdnyH old MY I'lXE JAOK, 4 The at Jacks $ti to filature Colt montba aicLItOY, UEOIU1K It. KXaLKMAX. 1 Wallace 15 I..V.OAUSEU. MESSENGER CHIEF, JB At StO on theaamo conditions ssabote. He has proren blmseltto be a superior breeder, baring produced some ol ih best uuIm la ibis aod adjoining counties and is also a good Jaonet Jack. He laW1--; bands hlgb. nearlv black, with mealy points and general utale up lat ctasi. Will make tbe present season at my stsbl one E. H. VOWliLL, lull from fclaDlord on the SUoford and Hiutoo-vll- le 2,i mllss from Hustonvllle, on the lluitontllle Turnpike A Liberty Turnpike toad, Uacola county, Ky. Denmark ! ! SECOND JEWEL. sea-eo- F.tatded May I, I8T9 Ii a rich mshngony bsy bands klfh, beary wsiw slid late. Is alrletly fine aod Isnrr, Islutb a Jural and i eaiant sa.. Uler, brte.li fancy, and uioie unit r tireeler of aaddlrrscan not tHSfaiJhil II Is hUh-ts- ll style on loth sides lu ibe Iklrd geaeralloo is backed up by thorough-brid- s oa bulk s'dee, making him Terr aetlre and sprightly In gslt, in tutu and (o finish a peibcl in. dd Waa srej by Snmpter Denmsik, In dsm by elr Watlse he by 'lilriuu-lei'- s He la 4 years old. 10 kinds high, beautllul Sir Wallam, hi by hlr bay, fins mane and tall and a perlect bre.ll second dsm by V Irjlnlut Albeitn (Hxirsuxll (Urn Vlrxlolus model and a natural saddle hone. tir Trsnby, thorough by ih sired by HubbU's Denmark, known as Oe Time. Maeon'a V. bl 3 dam by . Ub,i mare clbeate4 He was Ftrstdsm, Molll Mounts, by Cabbie's Islington, strrd by tbt ubU cuoipur Itnmrs. he br lied mil third iouhk hyAtaetica, Be siy itjwr't dard's itermirk, he by Galms A t'tniii'elra Den-marof dam Miller's Denmark wblcb by Meienr; ili rac borae Diinnisrk, be by lea glees blia a doable cross of the best saddle stork orte.I llrdgifird. in the worlJ; fourth Iaiu by Jolin Blunt, ens of Will make the season uf 117 at nir lirtn, SW, race uorwjoi nn nay, nun asm ny ivasy tulles from Muitonrllle. near t'a'pentee's slatloti, i no Wil b Tiinlllr-- i to ntxn laarrs a Will also stand at the same place toy fine Jak, and SILVEE KING At $10 IiiHiire a I.IvIiib Coll. wb brdh oa ia, n, STEVE WALKER. Monn; era-so- 1!-- At $IOto IttHtivr n Colt. ey due at weaning time or lAvhta wbeu maru la parted MarsacoiumtnH loiny tare and brerdl g wH re Grus fur lhnl aj with. He la a brown Jack wltb white points, S celmmy irnal attention yearsold In June, full IA hands high, lie waa air. reasonable rales, lo Im f aid for brfore the remora No rrspoaalb'iuy a.r srclJrnls or ed by Alkln's King William and be by King Phil-ll- of males Parting with mirra fjlfslls the Iniursnee, Aral dun ttbvek Satin Jennet, slit Is sired by King Phillip; seoond dam by Morecaalle aud he by J. STEELE CARPENTER. Jim Porter. Tbls Jack baa prosed blmsell tot a fine breeder, bs'rral of bla rolta last snssoo at weaning time broiwbl one hundred dollars. K. A' 111 H, It. , Stanford, Ky. or 814 BO lo 910 Ike Kiiruii I.Jvini; loll. Ns-ho- h Iu. J. J. t tit J My Stallion, JO ABDALLAH, At $S BLACK HAWK, to ItiHtirc a Ijtvc Colt. Vermont Hambletonian. This fine stalllot will make the season of my farm, 3 uillea from Stanford, on the ford and Dansillo pike He Is coal IT at Stan-1 AT 15 TO I.NSIIICi: A COfaT.I a ., J. lt.it ARTHUR SIMS, Interesting Experiences. Ulram Cameron, Turnlture Dealer of Columbus, Ua., tells bis ezpcrienca tuus: "hor tbreo years bare tried erory remely on the market for Stomach and Kidney Disorders, but got no rollof, until I used Electric Bitters. Took fire bottles and am now cured, and think Electrln (Bitters the beat lilood Purifier la the world." Major A. B. P.eed, of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an old standing Kidney affection and saya; "Noth-luhas erer done me so much ,.good as Elrctrlc Bitters." 8oldat 60 cents a bottle by Penny S. McAllster. g Two iulles from Lantajler, on the Stanford pike at TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON With priTileeof return In 1S-- or JJ) Iiturance. houee at Ibis place, has sued the county commissioners court and the court-hou- se for about $2,500 for extra work and material used in the building. The petition is quite lengthy, eettiog forth the contract in detail and the various Items of material and labor lbs phin'fl cl 'ims he was com Arthur Slim Ii by don. Knor, 110 be by Vermont Hero, Ac. Ills dam was Lady Artftur, by Kourton Cblcl, by Mambrlno Cblnf. by Mambrlno t'aymtster, An. Artntir eims is a nay, it '4 nanus, smail blazr, right bind loot white, foiled iu 133;. Ha Is a bandaomely finished colt and orfl to stay. He has been bandied a little and promises well, HecoiLblnes the strains of tho baudsome Black Hawk and stout Mambrlno Chlel families, and Is a A Captain's Fortunate Discover. desirableatock horse, and on bis sire's tide traces Capt. Coleman, scbr. Weymouth, plying between twice to Imp. Messenger and twice on bis dam's Atlantic City audX.Y., bad been troubled with side. Mares kept in auy manner drslrrd, at owner 1 a cough so (bat be was unable to sleep, and was risk. Lancaster, Ky. Indue! to try Or. King's New Discovery for Consumption, It not only gave him Inttsnt relief, Knox, 110, Slsndard Under Utile 3, the slro but allayed the extreme soreness in his breast. ol Gen. Sims, was breituy uaniei lleuslla. linug. Arthur His children were similarly aflected and a single Vt., aud wasfoaletl in 1S53. He waa by Vermont lero, 141. 1st dam by Searcher, son of Harney Hendose had tho same happy effect. Dr. KlDg'aNew by Hill's Sir oi Discovery 1) now the standard remedy In the ry, 2nd Hunsdeu Mare public trial atCharles, sonold Duroc, IUcord2:3l)J, 10 years Coleman bousshold and on board the schooner. 2:21. Among the get of .Gen. Knox with records in Free Trial Battles of this Standard Remedy at 2.30 or better, are the following: Lady Maud 2.18,'f; Penny & McAUster's Drug Store. 2.21Vf; Gilbert Knox Use (iroen Cough Balsam fur cougba and colds. l.Uli; Emperor Knox 2.27!,: Knox 2 29); Victor 2.23; Knox Boy 2.23U; Pcucful 2.20; Harry Spank Price SOc, For sale by Mcltoberts A Stagg, "ThU rock shall fly er 2.30) Messangsr Knox 2 30 His sons, Col, Ellsworth, Coupon, Cromwell, Eclalre, ljiuperor Willl'rora Iti firm base m soon as 1! ' How is your bloxt? Use Green's 8smpartlla iam, Gen. Knox. Jr., Gn, Llgbtloot, Ollbretli, was For sale l.r Mclbiberts AHtag at 1. Knox, Jules Jurgenssa, Knox lky, Loa Morris, Now, in point of fact, what I did say f Pblt Sheridan, Si, Elmo, Whalebone Knox, and the printed verut Woodtord Knox bars sired tbe tallowing, with '12 or Green's I"ectrlc Oil cures all aches and pains. records of 3.30 or bolten Iron Age 2.10W) Capitols sion "iounded so preposterous it was chang- For sale by Mcltoberts A Stagg at 60c. v 2.22lA Frank F. 2.2t!Xs Nellie Walton 9 WA Charles It. 2.27; Fanny At. 2.29l Wallaes 'i.V) ed io my last to 1,200 or 1.500 bushels to Ithalr2.29K: Maud Muller Xiw; Kitty Morns Grosn's (iolden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at 2.30: Chub 2 27; John S. Heald 2 27j Gllbreth help the printer out some," and that much .1- Sugg's. Maid 2 27k; Sbsdtw 2 28: Hamb'n sinox 2 24; individual may a SOc, at maligned, Copeland '; BUck Bess 2.30; Arthur T. 2.30, Uouesty, pacer, 2 22;,Vc. 211. Mlna, pacer, well "acknowledge the corn." John W. Mullins, who built the cotfrt t. a.i: i.mx en-ter- much-maligne- d Camors2.1VU-Independenc- e i 15cir-loads,"b- long-sufferl- rg Mci'-ober- ts - 2.(, When Baby wan sick, we fare her Castorla, When she w.vi a Child, she cried for Castorla, When the became Miss, she clunj to Castorla, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria 1.EB F. UUlfifilAK, STANFORD, KY. HUUQEON uun.e-coi- .th DBNTIk- - side Main Street) two doo.. owy.tiie Myers Hotel; r'.b xi.uoas Oxide Gas administered wlie DL1CRIPTION AND t'EDKilU.L - Vermont Hamli etentan bltck hor-e- folel In an teeu hsmlt bUb, two whim fe, t behind sl'i I )y llamb'. t ., i. .1 WllllsmWeUh.br dam Kalle Grimes, by Gill's Vermont 2nd darn' lllaek hwan, by Helm's Yorkshltp, by Iuip, York i shire, 3rd dam Little Kiillr. by Wagner, ly ir CbarKs, by bir ArcbT, 4th data i'.inliy tijivl, br Imp IxlUan,Mhilnm by Parkolet, filh dam by i Gret'nditvcr, 7th dam br Marrland Phn nix. Mli dam by Hannibal, 'J dam bynllky, by ilowcl .l i i Vl- in iirueo'aiiuii HookVol Minir; ! Vermr.nt llambletnnlan fine hU liariw. wth flnestyluand goxl boon, and surn breed r, slretl Full brother to Maud Xlestenger 2 Wu by Mesby William Welch, tne sire d Pnnee Imrerlal. senger Chief. slr ol Maud M.s.eugr. istdatii by 2.22, Jeremiah 2.23' ,. HersInT can trot III 2 .Slier (ientlo llrerze,lreol lV.irl 2 30 Alexsudei'aAbdal-la- b better WHIUm Silch was alre.1 br Ritdyk's Jed ilMii KlttyKlTeis tho dam ol Bertie Girl, Hmbliit(inlaii, pihatn rcorl it, lit dam the dam old revor u ot IMrii'i Prince, 2 27, and by Imp Tnitto(n ot rorordof .1 ml iitej. it,', 3rd darn bf JaiLe', sire of the dun of Cut In' ) and s.io cf twenty miles Irotter. Trns Wilkes Kentucky to, 2 dam by a sonof Maiubiinn, by Imp Mnn. Meeaaoger Chief, by AbdAllali I'llot; dam by Ker, Vermont being a grand sou it tho great Its Mambrlno Messenger; 2d duin by Mambrlno Chlel; dyk's Hainblntontsn, the grandest aire Using, end 3d dam by Imp. Napoleon; 4ih dam by Tempeal. GUI's Vermont coin tin d, billed by Iburouti Scratches, Sciatica, Contracted Aiessflngr inicr sirou :iaii'i .Mesinnger 2 iu1,. brrd.nld makes horrn, lty,lrk s Haul Sprains, Muscles, Marrel 2.23; (lu2 23, and many others dcatlneu bUlonlan, by AbJallah, aim of Mambrlno dim by Lumbago, t j win fame on tbo turf Eruptions, Strains, lino Hellfuunder, 2 dam by lllaliop's HauiMetom-an- , Rheumatism, Alidallah Pilot, by Alexander's Abdallab; dam 3 dam by Imp. Messenger, Hoof Ail, Stitches, Bnmii Blandlna, by Mambrlno Chief; 2nd dam (Bon-Hud(Ill's Vermont by Dowuliu's Vermont aim of S,crew StilfJolnts, dam, 2.21), by Parker's Brown lllol. All the dam or hnlgma 2 IS 1st dam by Coliixlun Scalds, dallah Pilot ilrwl Plckard, 2.I8K: U Jim. 3 (Hartley's) ton ol Columbus, slro ol Confidcuce Stings, Worms, Backache, year old record 2.28; Messenger t'ulef sired Maud 2 28: 2nd dam by Kriraid. sire of the dams ot Bites, Swinney, Calls, Mearenger 2.li; Nellie Oiay 2.21; 3d dam by Matihless. sire of the Brnlsei, Saddle Galls, Sores, Alexander's Abdallah, by Ryedyk'a Hambleto dam uf Climax 2 31. Gill's Vermont is the tire of ulau; datn Katie Darllrg. Alexahder's AMallah Itonner Boy 2 23, Black Maria 2.2C'a, Udy Oak Bunions, Spavin Files. sired Goldsmith Mai 2.14; tosalln 1 2 2I$; Thorn-dal- e 2.50, and Logan 2,4Q; nlao sire of ihs rams nl Corns, Cracks. 2.22; Major Edull, 2.79; St. Elmore 2110. Gambntla Wilkes 2.2i;'I1i King 2 . Nellie I, He also sired Aliuont, Belmout, Bilaora, Shelby 2 2Jli,Cutlaw2 28V, Pearl 2 80. Lair Dafls23IU THI3 GOOD OLD STAND-B- Y Chief, logetber with tho dams ol Jerome Eddy Ileatric2 31, Ijidy Patcben 2 3i1, hu1 2.I6X, Katie Mlddleton 2.2J. BUI Thunder 2 23 Gentleman 2.I2U. and slro ol the second accomplishes for ererybody exactly what Is claimed etc. forlt. One of the reasons for the great popularity of ilsru of Pnil Thompson 2.I0J. Red Jacket, b Ccmot, son of .Shirmsn Moryin, UyKljk's Hamiiletonlan, by Alilallali.slre olMr tbo Mustang Liniment Is found In Its unlrcranl dam by a son of Sherman Morgan lied Jacket Walter 2.27. 1st dui by Chss. Kent mare by Imp. applicability. ETOrybody needs such u medicine. was a very finished horsa of elegant trotting acIlelllounder;2nd dam ()tie Efe, by Bishop Him The I.uuiberiiinu needs It Incasoof accident. tion, ills daughters produced Kentucky Wilae, bleton'an;3rddaiu nllTerihll by Imp. Messenger, The Housewife needs It forgcneralramlly usa 2.21 also tbe dam of Red Wilkes, sire of Phil Itysdyk's Hambletonian Is tb sire of Nettle 2,l!, Th o Cannier needs It for his teams and bis men Thompson, 2 1C, alio th dam of So bo2.17. and 37 otbeia withrecnrdsol 2 30 or batter: alsuol Gentle llreezr, aire of Pearl 2.39. also sire oi the tbo dams 0lTrlnket2.ll, and 3) others with recTbo ttlcchnnlc needs it always on bis work daia of Maud Messenger 2.1GJJ, by Whirl Wind, ords of 2.30 or better liench. Lady Mac record 2 3d1., sire of Barkis record 2.25 Virmont(l)ownlng's) 7 Hill's Illsrk H wk, The nilnernecdsttlncosoot emergency. record "J 111 sire of E bun Allou2.2, Vurmoot (Downlog's) Tbn rionoernccdslt can't get along without It Brmdera will obserse that Messenger Breeze bus Is s Itectthedsuis ot Emguia2 2C, and also slro ol Tho I'll nil er needs It In bla house, his stable, a double cross of Abdallab, a double crosi of Mamthedam of Mambrloo Uruco, theslro uf Holle Wiland bla stock yard. brlno I'blef aud through Rod Jacket a double croaa son 2.28 of Morgan. Hill's lilack Hawk, by Sheinian MorMi. Dam, Tbo Hteninbout ninn nrthn Hun tin it n necdt Meaaengcr Breda Is a beautiful red bay, IC bands a fait trotting mare. Hill's liU k Hawk Is the It In liberal supply nftoatand ashore. hluh. well.knlt. muscular and siroui. ilru of ilelleofrlara'oga 2.2'J, Lancet 2.27' Lilian Tho llorsofunclcr needs It It Is bU beit of asprody conlormatlou and there does not exist Allen 2.23, and Young Amerlci 2 'i, aud Is hire on Kectu Ly soil a finer spiclmeu ol the of thoclam-o- f (inn lllauchn 2.2.1 i2ij'.ll friend and safest rcllauco. Tim Stock. urower needs It It will save blm trotting urea horse ana coming as ue noes from n Tonncaw2 27. and also the founderot tti j:rmi producirg family, bis sire, his dam aud bis grand-daBlack Hawk family, that has In tbe ti'.ili and tbouaanda of dollars and a world of trouble. all being producers of speed, bo Is Just tbe and Itiualo lino 4 U of 2 30 or lutter reiieiiula The Uallroud mitu needs It and will need It a kind ol a horse to make a listing Imprtailon on tires. long as his Ufa Is a round of accidents and dangers. Ills progeny, Columbus (llarkloy's), br Old Columbus, aire o I Tho HncliwooiUiiinu needs It. Tberolsnotli Maud Me.vcngfr, his full alstcr, won more mon. Confidence'.! 28 Dam a Mesaenger Mar Ingllko It as an antldoto for tho dangers to llfo, ey Iu 1831 than any burnt n the Amirlcsii turf, OIJ Columbus, 2.41, cormrfed pacer, trouglit limb and comfort w hlch surround tba pioneer. BlreolConll leneo 2 2i, Columbus Thoserslce fee w.ll be from Canada t Narlgator2:il, ItosnoniU St"1, and Sou g Co. Tho Merchant needs It about bis storo niuong Iiiuibui 2 3.''! j, and alan slrn of tbn dams ol Ben his eniiloyccs. AccldcuLi will hippen, and wbeu $30 10 l.NSUUU .V MARK IN FOAL. Morlll227, iaiulSHN.2.20, umeleasi 4,, Purl-t- (Youig It 2..I0 theso como tbn Mustani; tJiilment , la wantiil ut diici. 1, .1111 Money due when the Met is ascertained, or Wlr0 or a.4l, performers,WtUIII IIU. bus IIIV sons lf Keep a Hotels lit tliu If oust-- 'TIs tbo best of 1 aud be tlial parteu witn or tired to another hoisv Will make ,rc,"'cr van or n ie lormirs ) Old (Ollllll- - economy. tlietraicu ol 1837 on the (arm of Keep a Ilotllu In tho rncloi-)'-. Italnmii'dtats fiuiidfr nl the Coiilmbua'. family, which bustsihe bloxl was to the what she Pilot Jr.. blued usolucnsoof accident anvoapntu and loss of wage ltOUEltT.lliA LIS waa to Kentucky. T1IOS. V IHfUIXSO. ,,,,. ,,.., , ,t,.. t... About 1 icll Iro.u Station:. 0uu,rd ii' itlk's BEAST ! Mexican Mustang Liniment CURES !. " MESSENGER BREEZE ! fim-c- I'.-- er 's . 1 29!-,- Kiu-tuc- a well-bre- y Ts-ee- m lii nut, I i:t y.iU,cht.u,rulltl..,. .,,.' ,,,.,. r, s7te.j&.. flsJltsMSISS, iw