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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887040801 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. Stmt mum & VOL. XVI. txI 1ml enof until NO. 218. 3iTJbJ STANFORD, KY.t FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1887. 3, M -take castor oil, followed by quinine. "The OARRARO COUMTr BEPAR1UENJ. LONDON, LAUREL OOUNTT. only way to break it up," I waa aaaurtd Ba Antonio Vogliotti, our Italian baker, Lancatter. I took heroic doses of that famous extract Mr Ellas Sparrow died at hir residence anil Miss Hugl were married Monday. of the seed of the Prima Chritti, and revivA little daughter of John Jones, color on Buckcyo Ridge in this ouny TuesJay JPttbUMiril Ti4cmJMMWl FrUlavH ed the mcraorisn of my youth, whtn mother -- AT ed, died Sunday morning. Charlie McKee, morning, of consumption. used to hold my nose firmly with one hand The New Orleans Minstrels showed to of color, son of Jerry McKee died Satur 33 PEBANNUMiOAHH. as nhe forced that awful table spoon filled a $130 audience Wednesday evening. The day night of pneumonia to the brim with oleaginous horror Into my minstrels were much pleated at being so eTrfit" that 11.50 IUbs -- Rsv. D. O. B. Dsmaree, Presiding El understood If ws unwilling moutb; and amid gurglings and well petted and demanded. der of the Barbourvillo district conference, patronized, Raspings of mingled rage and disgust, that Mrs. O. E. Ellis has gone to the cities M. E. Church, South, parsed through Wedinexorable oil went slowly down my throat to buy millinery. Mrs. E, nesday on bis way lo that city, accompaJ. Polk, of W. P. WALTONOh, how hard it was to swallow! It was so is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. nied from this place by Rav. W. B thick! Why has no philanthropist ever A. Evans, at the College. devised a plan for thinning castor oil? Not The democrats of Laurel county are Li. Roger D. Williams, of Lexington, O. to lose a drop of the precious aperient, I Adjutant of the 12 J Regiment of Kentucky hereby requested to meet in mass convenwell remember how my dear mother ured in London on SatState Ouards, inspected theOwsley R ties at tion at the court-hou- se ELBE to scrape from my nhln the few relics of the QOD IB IS LOVE And NOTHING urday, April 23 1837, at 1 o'clock p. M , for their armory Tuesday evening. dose that I had succeeded In denying in J. 0. Thompson, our wide awake jswel-cr- , the purpose of selecting delegates to the LOUD, (,rcs at first. V.sln deltnloi ' It was only te'ls us he dipoed of. his lirgest dia- Statu convention, to be held at Louisville LltAIH13 a little useless delay. Bitter for me bad I mond ring to the manager of the Indian on tbe4th day of May, 1887, to nominate . . ... . . . lacen an in at once, .mi a gooa noy, it ".lie McOomii Citt, Miss , March 31, '87. troupe ,t prjM away up in the bundred, candidates for governor and other State ofTKTrninn I must catch the first I had been tenderly exhorted to do. Butli fices, to ba voted for at the next August Revs. Wright, of Willlamstown, inonlh of spring "on the Ur," as it Row out, wasn't a good boy. So I had my no?o held, S. W. Pesplc, of this plsce, assisted by the election. A full attendance Is especially and was duly scraped with the spoon, and famous singer, Bristow, of Covington, be desired and requested. M. T, Craft, chair and resume our illRhtly dislocated In like a Umb" and is horror of horron! had to lick it out clean, cun a protracted revival at the Methodist man democratic committee. It "cm Mm. Mollie Ryan and son, of Berea, roIdr out In a Terr leonine fashion Indeed; as a crowning misery and degredatlon; and church Monday evening. jlng, which was dismissed howling, with an insultiog thus ferifylng the indent About 20 minutes to 9 o'clock Monday are visiting in this city. Miss Florence cortainlj does hit the nmtl on the head of- crust ol dry bread, to be chewed slowly, to night Marshal James Hamilton shot and Horton, of Manchester, was with friends "lake the taste out of my mouth." How it fatally wounded Joseph P. Turner. Two here Tuesday. Little Willif Wren, who ten enough to be remarkable. We are temporarily riding at anchor in all came back to me the other day when I shots were fired and both took effect, enter has been suffering so Intensely with inflamthis delicious, snu harbor. We haic such was oflered the same nauseous dose, as cun- Ing Turner's head near the loft eye, one of matory rheumatlim, is reported to be in a a dtlightful "at home" feelicR in McCorab; ningly disguised as kindness could do it, them penetrating the brain. Turner was very critical condition. John M. Stapp, and then, too, we are in reith of a PISE-KNO- T butslitt the same thick, unswallowable unconscious until his death, which occur Lindsey Pee), William Underwood and I The cTenlnR we taaie lluth was subetanco that I used to take "straight" in red at U.30 on the following morning. Tur- Will Peel, Stock men of Jessamine county, were here during the week to make some lighting a fire in my bed room and came my hapless bovhocd. Yes! I believe In ess ner has been the avowed enemy of Hamilto Ignite a bundle of tor oil' It is a very Siumon with unshorn ton since the latter a few months ago was purchases, but I am unable to state results. Into the aitlloB-roo- m "fat" splinters to start it with. A he went locks in its power lo move the gates of Ga- compelled to arrest him for drunkenness. Mrs. J. S. Jackson is very sick. County out with etery etlck In a light bUu and a za. I am stowly recovering, after nearly Turner was In town the day of the shooting Clerk Jones is in Tennessee on business. The boom in London is nothing ephTolume of reslnoua smoke perradlng the two weeks, from the drastic remedy, that and was very much under the influence of H. K. TAYLOR, NATIONAL BANK, room I thought I had nets r Inhaled o dainty science prescribes. The quinine set bees to liquor. II called Hamilton out in the af- emeral, but like her little sister, Louisville, Of LOO AN COUNTY, tsaCanafdate or the oOca CITIZENS an odor in all my life. Sweeter by far than buzzing and trip hammers to thumping in ternoon and accused him of being his ene- she moves steadily on. Old landmarks, ofSupertDMndent of i'uhllc Initruettoa, subject OF LAKCASTKK, KT. to the Democratic- titate ConTonttoa. ihe balmiest gale of Araby the Went, l the my poor head in a way familiar to all who my and said that he (Hamilton) bad talk- like the famous "BuzzrJ Rost," a houte to me. CAPITAL - - - $135,000 00 use that specific. Yet! I believe in quinine ed badly about him. This Hamilton de- which was evidently built upon a scripmell of a Mississippi pite knot were we when last too. My malarial symptoms vanished nied and Turner's friends called him away tural foundation, having stood the rains Let me see. Where This Bank solicits account! oHndirlduala, firms ol a heard from? In Houma, just b.fore thai between this cross fire of potent remedies. and tried to get him to go home, without ana storms oi nearly and corporations. line memorable Sunday (three week, ago, come I success, however. A few minutes before 0 century, are low being torn down and I am dally opening an elegant all of Fall Millin- lections, In all partsIts facilities for making colyou ask what I think no-Well, do ery, Including of the United States, are un. next Sabbalb) whtn I was smitten by the will tell you. Mustard plaster are good Hamilton left Miller's Hotel and started handsome and commodious modern strucsurpassed, and cutomers are at 11 times granted cruel hand that dcei all the uniting. None Faltbwlthout thtui, la batter. Castor oil around the street. He met Turner coming ture, taking their places? Oj the site of The Lateit Novelties of the Seaion. any reasonable accommodations they seo proper to ask. We beg to offer our acrrlcea to the citibut the derll could strike a eertant of the is good. Trust in God, and nothing else, is in an opposite direction and the two men Buzzard Roost, corner Main and ManchesAUo Notions, such a Handkerchief!. Collars You zens ol Cuff, LOUD, going gladly forward to do his better. Qilnlne Is good. But the dear pasted eacbotber. After going a few steps ter streets, Faris & Co. will erect an elegant and find ma Buchlng. CorMta, fiustls, etc. Smi- facilities, neighboring counties, without Banking at the rooms lately, vacat&t by will and assure them that any business sent dear Muter' work and full of longing and Physician, who heal with a drop of oil on Turner halted and called to Hamilton, The three story brick building covering nearly ley A Warren, next door to the Myers House. us shall at all times hare prompt and faithful atlCMm tention. dealre 10 lift the burdena from the aching the brow and in answsr to the prayer of latter stopped and Turner began advancing a half square. This energetic fir m is now I wan on my (alth, MACK BBUCE'8 hearts of hli fellow'men DIUECTOItSi LORD on him, his hand in his pocket and saying extending their already immense storeli better, far better. The way to preach to ihe colored folke at 11 A. knows I made this boneat experiment just "Look out Jim " At this, Hamilton, to room 40 or 50 feet back, while W. H. Jack-gi- n J. SI. UIGGINBOTHA1I, & Co. are beginning to find their large . when the "fiery dart" of the "wicked because I bad and have a holy horror of save his own life, fired, with the result Buggy & Implement House. LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKEP., one" reached lU mark. The Bsbbath be. getting into a bigoted fanatical grove in above atated. Turner slightly daggered at double brick too small for them and ait J.S. JOBN80N, J. W. L03AN, L. F. HUBBLE, T. M. ARNOLD, fore I bad preached for the "colored Meth anything. And I think I have come out of the first shot and at the second fell, bis building an addition on the south aide B. G.MULLINS. J03.8IMP40N, odiiU." The sad Sunday I had engaged to it alive, because I could look the dear Mas- head resting near the door of Sweeney's wherein to stow a portion of their effects. I haTe now ' searched two pistols Several new residences are going up, with A like ee Mice for the "colored BaptWU do ter in the fsce all the way through and ap- clothing store. When Full Lino of Whoat Drills and Ah, met tbeM name! these title of repara- peal to Him as to my simple integrity in were found concealed on his person, one, a many more to follow during the coming othor Agricultural Implomenta, J. M. niGGINBOrHAM.PEEST. flock!" How Inapproprl tion in the "one the matter. But I have also come out of 41 calibre, was buckled around his waist; summer. Among thoee already under conLEWIS Y. LEAVELL, -- Seslde a aU they art! In great inflering I walked to It with a firmer persuasion that It is better the other, a 3S Smith A Wesson improved, tract is that of our popular circuit clerk, J. P. SANDIFEB, CASHIEK, the cbnrch, asking the dear LORD to carry to trust in the LORD alone, in all such in hia ptnU' pocket. Turner' right hand Mr. A, B. Brown, which is to be completed fall Lineol Sngglei and!.Wagom B. F. UUD80N, TELLER. me through and strengthen me to preach. I straights, than I eyer had before. Yet, I waa firmly clutching the last named wea- by the 1st of July and promises to be one on hand. In connection horribly tick Jael before beginning and still believe that a weak faith ought not to pon, hi finger on the trigger. When sober, of the handsomest in town. Building lots Alwaysiplement business, I will also with say Isa carry a Bargain. woree joitaur; but while talking to attempt more than it can carry through; Joe Turner was a clever, agreeable gentle- may be had here plentifully at from $5 to eren Complete Stock ofLamber, the ttteatlre coDgregatlon for 45 minutes I and that medicine is and always will be a man, but whea under the Influence of whis- $10 a foot fronting on Main street, and with I offer in Stanford, Ky., a rery loet eight of pttn and nausea In a rery won dernier retort and an excellent one for ky he was quarrelsome and very dangerous. the superior natural advantages we posses, Both rough and dressed. Prices on STerythlnj ai desirable tor ule prlrately mtoq ro-resilience with and porch Well of water at the door; stable, smoke hours, I u drirea rapidly home "them that believe not" aad for such aa List Christmas, without the slightest prov I see no reason why a good healthy boom derfal Mannar. Lew as any ene. Ac. About au acre of ground in the lot. For In a carriage belonging to one of the brelh have feeble capacity of trust. ''Neverthe- ocation, be shot and seriously wounded should not grow and prosper among us. terms, Ac, apply to . . A Lt'ORD, I solicit a share of your patronage. BesptctfuUy, 1CS" re n from the country and for three daye less, he that standeth steadfast in his heart, Joah Aldrldge, an inoffensive old man. For Asrnt for J. R. Allord. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. BR0DHLAD, HMrr I. U. BRUCE. laidulde from regular work, in Buffering having no neceeitly, but hath power over this he was fined $250 at the last term of been insti I wish to forget aa completely aa po Tommie Francisco is now on the sick that hi own will, an! hath so decreed in his court. Suit for $10,000 had also Ible. By Wednesday night I wm able to heart that he will keep his integrity, doeth tuted against him by the wife of Aldrldge list. ! i.k th. field attain and mr scattered con well" to abstain from anything in the way for the shooting of her husband. Turner's Born to the wife of Rev. Ojcsr Djval, reMembled I remain-e- d of a prop lo feeble faith, I think crowns remain were Interred here Wednesday af- a daughter, Maggie May. gregation ipeedily Valuable Heal Estate and Store There was never before such a display till the following Monday, at Houma, are won and lost just at this point. And ternoon, after a funeral discourse by Elder Booms. Erery this Is all I have to say now on this subject. G. W.Yancey. Hamilton waa to have had of millinery goods in our town as at presto make up to them the lost time. As Executor ol Lewis V. Philips, dee'd, I Oder to all. thing that lore could do for me waa done for sale, on easy terms, the following real estate la Oar Isst Sunday morning at Houma was his examining trial this (Thurtday) morn- ent. Success tender hearti and gentle hande by the Most all the citizens here aro out of and near the growing town ol Lancaster, Garrard devoted again to the colored brethren, and ing, but It was postponed till Monday, when Ki I cm nefer forget bs discharged. coal and if the bad weather continues they county,Brick mucky: whose ministration Btore-rooon Public Square ot said One I don't know when I have felt greater lib- be will hi all probability all thr,e now usod as a room. town, (lod bless them In the day when s!( defense there will have to order a new supply. on the Public Square, now erty in preaching Ihe Word than at .ion That he acted purely in One frame acta of heatenljr unselfishness will come to The Good Templars will have an open ik as a lamlly grocery room. is no doubl in the mind of any of the Terre-Binn- e bavou. Tnls last s near Two land church, on citizana. meeting of their lodge at the Academy on lic Square, one now on Itlcbmond Street, Store,PubliKht. Tuls attack of slckneai la used aa a Millinery llfM-Ml- a th congregation were Bipllsts, alio, but quite I as With next Saturday evening. Everybody invi- otherblock an UnderUklog establishment. ground mark In my own persoual experience and CURREH1 COMMENT. in another part of town from the ccene of will be sold II .desired a lot of this want to aar a few things in connection the previous Sabbath services. ted to attend. adjoining, Judge Fox should turn his attention to One farm with houso and other mcesary therewith, that my be helpful to other The express office at this pla;a is soon on tbe Lexington Turnpike, i mile Creoles were enthusiastic Is Pulaski county at once. The presence cf Tnedetr I from Albright's etore, I mm Lancuter. of 137 acre. For the first time In more than six year miles from Lancuter, j Farm ol HO acres, i leners to the last. Oat of thoir exceeding 1,000 drunken republicans in the conven- to be transferred One used what are popularly known m "the tbe Lexington Pike, improTcd, with house poverty they made up a little purse that I tion on Saturday indicate that the county where it has bsen kept for a number of near nrceaaary outbul'dlnga. and m.ana" in common use in ouch attacks. I verily believe represented more genuine to the depot, where it will he conOne farm, uuliuprorcd, 3 miles from Lancaster, work.-- C. J. year.', by J, R, Ct?s, our present depjt Kt.. on the Lexloeton Turnnike of T3 acres. is n fine field for to it by the urgency of the waa not drlen trolled ial than any gift 1 ever received in And alio a tract of 10 acres on Gilbert's Creek, Senator John D. Harris returned from cue, but deliberately tried the remedies any place. God bless these dear Catholics about 4 miles from Lancaster. agent. BarI havo secured the rervicra of a his trip to Southwestern Kentucky on SatAs executor, desire to sell all this property, up recommended because I wanted to settle aa ofTerre-Bonto turn Mis Rsna Crawford, who has been for I am empowered I by the will lo make deeds to It. ber, and priot tfijIWuf uut worn ilono Art, only He was exceedingly jubilant My tUe 'lunsoilnl in tbe highest urday last A One cbanco Is now otl'eied to thjsa desiring shopla crulra ly Uxatnl, 111 with measles and I but coulu the question that has puzzled iifit -Uuor to Wearen's at Franklin, St and highly gratified with the success that two weeks dangerously We were only five di bomosor InreatmenU. A Menef.e'a. flx nui pretuttd more than one faithful soul; wishing; on the Mary's Parish. Several of the dearest For lull particulars address my Attorney, II. T. of young ladles iu a manner truly Ibe "bangi" pneumonia, Is somewhat better and her enticing. A with wherever he has gone. And Noel, Lancaster, Kt.. or tbe undorslgned at Stancall from botn llio ladies aud or Btan-lor- d one hand, to trust the LOUD fall, and friends of my college life, alt dead now, he met friends now have a faint hope of her recov- ford, Ky. J. St. I'll 1 1 I fS, very respectfully and tbo public won is well he might be for he has already Executor. solicited. ery. Little John Newland bai fever but is yet, on the other, shrinking from faniticism came from St. Marr'c. Rnlph Cillery, Djii tii-ivzlij lima. Richmond Herald. the race, not dangerous. thai seems to turn Us back upon the expeMurphy, Hank Wilcoxon, all hailed from The result lu Michigan shows that the Mr. Harry Hilton and family have rience of age. "Yet acquainting mine Franklin. It is a pretty, old fashioned place becoming tired of the bother moved from their cottage home here to heart with wisdom," I said, with Solomon, on the binks of Biyou Teche, This stretch people are The reason of Gum Sulphur. Dr. I. 8. Burdette Is on a 'Go to now, I will pro? thee" with medl of sugar plantations is the finest in Louisl-- a. and dinj dong Prohibition. prohibition does not prohibit It is, that Heron "till I might see what waa that good cine; MEUCHAKT TAILOR Charles Dudley Warner has fully merely licenses without charge and increas- visit to Knoxville, Tenn. Mr. Peter Is building a new house on Main street. for the sons of men, which tber should do threhed out the subject in Harper very es the evils of the liquor trafic. As probl Miss Alma Carson is preparing to build on under beaten all the days of their life," lately $ Cincinnati bition has failed, try taxation. ' How far ought one to i hart rectlred nl tU rc?l-iDwhen sickness came. Cottage Avenue. Miss Belle Hutchison, of glorious congregations in Frank CommerciaUGazstte. Rep. We had o. Rowland, has been visiting friends here use "ibe means" prescribed by medical lin, bat bid to leave sooner than we liked. As In England, fiction heads the lat Miss Ella Ramsey, of Mi. Vernon, le atwhile yet trusting the LORD? That Tux deir LORD know all about it. I am year' record of publication in America tending school here. Mr. Wm. Colllc. was the yery practical question under con- not going to complain Comprising the best In the market, which will be in pain. For 1 was writhing There were 4S2 works of fiction published stone mis in, has moved into the house vasideration. At New Orleans whom should we stum during 1SSG, against 471 religious bosks to Wono in City or Country cated by J. II. Hilton. Mr. J. H. Van-hoo- k Qotton Up in Stylo and H&ke Sooond this I accepted that panacea of domestic bte against, as we were jostling into the and 115 relating to biography. The genermakes frequent visits in the direction practics- -a mustard plaster. Slmilta tint' Give Mo a Trial. ferry to crisa to the city, but our cousins al list consists of 3,708 volumes and the of Crab Orchard and always returns with a ilibvs eumnfur. You cure pain with pain San Francisco, whom we had parted O- - DEwXJF3L.B-Ydevil with fire. You amelh from "library voumes," that is pirated works smile on his face. Mr. F. A. Harris is no You fight the from last August, Mrs. Pacheo and her chiefly, of 1.551 publications longer a resident of Brodhead, but has taorate one agony by creating anothv of in daughter, Mabel, en route for .New York, two miles from tenser character somewhere else I don't Probably the largest and most costly cy- ken charge of a farm about They were detained in New Orleans 24 deny the medical principle of the thing. town. Dr. Burdette occupies the house va been constructhours by a mlsconnection and we spent clone pit in the country has Far be it from me to limit the efficiency of Tuesday with thsm, mot delightfully. ed by Edward Brown, of Eitonton, Gs. It cated by Mr. Harris. A. B. Chestnut, of visiting friends in this mustard. I only remember how it girded Is located near the back door of his resi k'ingstrn, has been The weather just heavenly. vicinity me with live coals while It did its biting, enough to accommodate We ran up to dear old McCorab by 10 dence and is large fiery work ujon my cutlcule; and how for walls of brick Tuesday night and found the entire his wliole family. It has Arankenneia, or liquor Habit.can bo Cured fcy 10 days after the burning, it tormented me o'clock floors carpeted, fireplace and chimney and waiting for us with open arms administering Dr. Haines' Oolden Specific. with Itch, as if unnumbered legions of the Craft family is handsomely furnished. or tea raid upon my at the depot. What a joy it was to get it can be Riven In ft cup of coffee taklni; with-cAcarut Scabici had made a II, the knowledge of t!io person A little girl who was injured on the New with Intent to stay. But It cer back; how good these dear cousins are to us epidermis, a speedy and pel manent cure, whether every moment; how lovely the balm of the York Central and sued for damages eeyen Iho patient Is a moderato drinker or nn alcotalnly relieved the Internal Buffering. Yes, holic wreck, lliousauils ot drunkard liao few days teen years ago, has jiist received $7,500 r believe in mustard. Then I had every pine woods Is; and how restful the been made temperate men who have taken the spend with them will be; are they She asked for $2,000 at the start, and four Golden Spcclflo In their coffco without their symptom of a malarUl attack. The con we are lo bollevo they quit drink-tni- 5 not all written In the book that will never trials and seven appeal to highest courts knowledge, and No harmful effect tinuous stretching of the muscles; the wea0fthelrownfrcov.nl. be printed the chronicles of the inner life have cost the company $20,000. results from Its administration. Cures Kuarau-tecriness that no position gave rest to; the circular and full particulars. Semi lor perusal? Ever for our Col. Thomas L. Jones is teriously ill acl.icgol the jilntt; the dumb that wo Co., Address in fv.'Mence Goi.nKN Geo. 0. Baiixes. Ohio with rheumati'ui at hl hoxc in Newport. Sj feverishjil.ish ollowln;'. I must In Jesus, chill ami W- SPRING CLOTHING. p, Ra-Ra- n. GEORGE BARNES Considering the quality of our clothing and the prices affixed we think this department is in better condition for the purchaser than ever before. We claim the TIIK CLOTHING & SHOE TRADE rrn ..i rorre-pondenc- e. And will have it if fresh goods and low prices will induce you. We give exclusive attention to ims line ana a general stock cannot interfere with advantages we are bound to have. Post yourselves and then see us. SHXiIilNIaBY. three-quarte- ? KATE-nUDDBBA- OFFICERS: ni For Sale at a FOR ALE YOIJB ATTENTION It SOl,rCITJ3I. dry-goo- Htoro-roo- Lin-cs-st- Store-room- PsiCaaaHI self-deu- rirst-cla- ss nt' 1 t- soo-3- gem-rail- n H. C. RUPfeElT, - rcl-enc- New Goods for Spring and Summer HC Wall Paper, Furniture, ut Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. y d. kp nn Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. OTEARJSIVr, i alC 'Vo ViUst.al s ntrPoi )w JOk Jt . .- i- -- ; WWW SiW wr- - tr n -- Xa?tiqffi -,- .oArauwkrntif m .wmutmjmmvivfmfm P Simi-SSecftl- i? $ntor$onriraI April, Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. SIX 1)K. PAGESI. PJBTTCS, DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTT. The current nnmber of the Railroad Gazette sums up February accidents at 132, meeting at the Baptist church still March fires cost the United 8tates and with 55 persons killed and 10G wounded. dtUinuee, with numerous additions. OutaeU $10150,000. A bar keeper named Myers and the Miss Mary Lincoln hat a flourishing The democrats elected their city ticket editor of a whisky sheet named Flannelly, 8, 1887 in Cleveland by a majority ranging rrom both of Lexington, intuited a young lady school at Bait River school houe, in the weal end of the county, 3,000 downward. at Nioholasville, upon hearing which the Rev. E. U. Pierce, pastor of the Methobeen The postoffice buslncw has at lest irate father gave the former a baating and settled at Mt. Sterling by the appointment the latter five minutes to get out of town. dist church, has gone to Florida on busi ness connected with property mattera in of Wilkerson. M07ES OF CURRENT EVENTS, IWALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, - W.H. A petition in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, to declare the civil service law unconstitutional, was dismissed. Fifty shares of First National Bank stock told Monday ot $187.50 and 20 shares Richmond Second National at $115 75. Herald. H. Peter, an old and highly respected citiasn of Shelbyvllle, fell dead after the prayer meeting the other night in which he took part. Miss Katie Berry man, of Versailles, a loyely young lady, just in the bloom of her youth, wai found dead in her bed on Monday morning. The"United8tates8upreme Court Tuesday rendered a decision affirming the right of New York city to tax national bank stock and shares, Miss Catherine Wolfe, the richest unmarried woman in the country, died at New York, Monday. Her estate is valued at twenty millions. Gov. Biggs, of Dataware, has appointed his son John, Attorney General of the State to fill an unexpired term. This is nepotism with a vengeance. Judge Gresham appointed Gen. John McNulta. of Bloomincton, III., to be R3- celver of the Wabash railway line lying east of the Mlsalsaippi river. A collision occurred on the Michigan Central railroad, near Springfield, resulting in the death of two brakemen and the total wreck of 26 cars and two engines. W. A. Clarke, the register clerk in the e at New York citv, who general confessed to the theft of $25,000 and was released on $2 500 bail, has departed for Canada. Rufus Fuller, a prisoner in irons, jumped from a twin while it wa running at the rate of 45 miles an hour ueir Knoxville Tenn., and made his escape with but little -post-offic- DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For tho Legislature, J. Cf Crib Orchard. TO THE DEMOCRACY OFUNCOLN COUNTt. meet in mass conin Stanford on Saturday, April 23J, at 1 o'clock r. at for tho purpose of appointing delegates to the State Convention, which meets in Loulo-ylll- e Ma; 4lb, to nominate candidates for J. E. Lynn, Chairman. State offices W. P. Walton, Secy. court-house You aro Mquealtdt tention at the u i I! 1 1 18 IS j i fi , n young lady named Edwards, tho daughter Elward,who lives near North POTATOES, Fork Station. Misa Edward charges tho actual crime on Hamner, her statement imONION SETS, plicating Calloway as accessory. Hamner eecaped after arrest and ia still at large. Colloway is in jail in default of a $200 bond. Tub republicans of Pulaski met nt Somerset to nominato a candidate for tho leg Hamner claims thatthe transaction was tho islature, but got into a row and failed to do result of a perfect understanding between My PuliifocH uruull A'ew York so. Some colored men tried to be recoghim and the yonng lady, the consideration Mock mill coiimIh! ofEnrly Hose, nized, but cries of "Take them negroes being a railroad ticket from Parksville to there was great confusion. out" aro30 and Aliceton. No one who knowa the parties I'ccrleim, lltirlmuk aud Haiti ty This is the second republican convention, believes this, aa Misa Edwards has bourne that in Fayette being the other, where the a good character and belongs to a respectaimpudent negroes have tried to take a hand injury. ble family, while Hamner haa a bad name I Iihto n flpIeiHlid selection of A magnificent equestrian statue, erec with the niinl objections and a rjw. Tne generally. CHniun betHl, both lu bulk hc d ted in memory of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston colored people will learn after awhile that Hon. Fontaine T. Fox, 8r of this RELIGIOUS, under the aupices of the Association of eflu pnpot-H- , cmbrncinfc all flic place, who has been in the republicans will not tolerate their health for Army of the Tennessee, waa unveiled the Sim Jones has closed in Cincinnati several years past, died Wednesday night forts for representation. They are to vote, beat varletlcH. at New Orleans Tuesday. and will preach twice in Louisville San- - at 12 o'clock from the debility attendant on not to choose them for whom to vote. At Pern, Indiana, Deputy SheriB Rob- day. All goodie Held at rcanaaable old age. He was born January 23 J, 1803, The Louisville Commercial? mammoth ert Miller knocked down and kicked to 22G differThe bible ia now printed in prices. near Richmond, in Madison county, He edition of 02,000 double sheets was too death Charles M. Emarlck, manager of the ent languages and dialect. There is said was reared In Somerset and began the Mark KarJln, Ut. of Montictllo, Ocrk. much for the mails, at leul the copy that Peru Opera-Houswho waa charged with fo be about 915 different languages and practice of law there in the 21st year of his been received at thU office the slandering his (Miller's) wife. should have dialects spoken in the world. age. In the same year he was made a Masame day was several mails behind, hence Ilia aald that the walls of Honolulu The first Methodist church in Ken son and toon became master of hit lodge. this delayed mention. The paper Is on a are covered with hand-billin Chlieee, of- fucky waa built at Masterson's Station, five When 27 years old he waa appointed Comvery decided boom and is daily increasing fering a reward of $5,000 for the head of miles northwest of Lexington in 1787. monwealth's Attorney by Gov. Metcalfe and popularity and worth. The edition is King Kalakaua, and that the guards have its Two yeara after that the second one was filled that position for several years with proof ot what the office. can do when it'a a been doubled about the palace in conse built in Lexington, Both were the primi- great distinction. He waa twice a repremind to, with its enlarged and greatly in qneace. tive log cabins then in yogue. sentative In the State Legislature, once creaBfd facilities. Davenport, Iowa, hsa gone democratic The First Preabyterian church of New from Pulaski and once from Lincoln counTbobe, the hitherto unknown labor can for the first time in her history. The York, which has existed more than 100 ty, where he moved in 18 10. While a citrange from 600 to C00 and the dem dldate, who came so near defeating Speaker vears without any other mualcal instru izen of Stanford be represented the Lincoln has at county district a full term in the State San-at- e Carlisle for re election, simply because of ocrats elect the mayor and council, clerk, ment than a precentor's tuning-fork- , magistrates and apathy and the beliet that his candidacy treasurer, assessor, police, last yielded to modern progress and will and was the youugest member of that JOB P. WATERS. JOHN V. DAVIB. did not amount to a hill of beans, has coroner. Y. Mail. purchase a $10,000 organ.-- N. body. He moved to Danville on the 2d on the river at A boiler in a saw-mithrown up the sponge and will not contest Rev. H. C. Morrison's meeting at Paris day of January, IS 19, and haa resided here thrown high for a seat in the 50th Congress. This Cincinnati exploded. It waa fees resulted so far In 21 additions and the over since. He waa elected Circuit Judge shanty-boa- t, hows that Mr. Thoba is a more sensible in the air and falling crushed a foimation of 0G young gentlemen into a of the Sth Judicial District in 1862 and in the river, killing 100 yards distant, man than he has had the credit of being. The Methodist served two full terms. He was married on association. christian Mra. L'ziie Grant. Several employes were church being too small for the congrega uoaiors m the 19th of February, 1830, to Miss Eliza The Buckner papers claim that their injured. tions the offer of the use ot the Second Hunton, of Stanford, who survives him, candidate has everything in a sling, yet Martin V. Montgomery, who resigned Presbyterian haa been accepted. The e, aged 78 yoara. Seven of Judge Fox'a chil Harthey continue to sling mud at Senator as commissioner of patents, and was subsedeyotea over a column to the meet- dren have outlived him They are Thos. ris, with as much vengeance as if they quently appointed judge of the Supreme II. Fox, of Mt. Sterling; thought be was still in the ring. They Court of the District of Columbia, gets a ing. ----Fontaine T. Fox, of Louisville; Felix G. Lnow he U, in factLand feel that he is in life office by the change and a big increase MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUVTY . Fox, of tho Kansas City bai; Mr. Charles stop their mud the lead, or the would in his pay. I have 45 stock bogs for sale. L. B. C. Fox, of this count; Mrs Andrew M, battoriea.' 2; A Big Stock of Brand New Goods and "quck tales and small profits" is j The Interstate Commerce Commission Adams. sea, of Kansas City, and Mra. Jerry C. our motto, iae patronge of prompt paying customers, only, is L. B. Adams bought 50 aboata Monday Michigan has gone republican and has authorized the maintenance of existing Caldwell, of this county. The funeral will Very reapectfnlly solicited. aeainst prohibition. On the latter quea- - rates by the railroads and the suspension of at 3 cents. take place Saturday morning at 10 o'clock The attention of the laaies especially is called to our large line of beautiful Walk Newcomb is the only person here and tion the majorities for whisky in the cities the fourth section of the act for a period of will be attended by the members of the Ulatsware. were too large to be overcome by the coun- ninety days, unless hereafter rovoked by the to observe Arbor Day. bar in a body and by the Masonic fraterniThe Garing Family showed at the try vote and Michigan will not prohibit any Commission. ty. In early life and middle age Judge Monday night to a good audiThe experts of the United 8tatee Treas- court-housfor the present. This is the first reverse Fox took an active part in the politics of that the cause haB received for some time. ury lately identified $50 out of a $100 worth ence. Mrs. M. E. Brown has bought of Har- the day, waa a member of the old Whig of bank notes which had been burned to a Tub attorney W. L. Boyall, who was emp In a tin can; also $10 out of $200 rison Carpenter the brick building in which party, and was at one time elector for tho State-a- t large and n popular campaign insent to jail at RichmondVa., for bringing worth of notes chewed up in a pocket book she now keep the postoffice for $500 peaker. Ha stood in the front rank of suita In the U. 8. Court against the jurors by some pige. cluding the lot. who indicted him for barratry, has been At the residence of Dr. Davis, Thurs- lawyeia and was a powerful man before a At Glen Mary, Tenn., two men quarjury. He was an upright and able judge, by Judge Bond, who decides that releaeed reled over the possession of a keg of beer. day afternoon, Mr. De Bryant was married acitUsn has a right to bring as manyeuilB A young man named Brooks happening to Miss Debord. They will go to house- hia heart of almost womanly tenderness being hia only disqualification for the stern u he wants and against anybody he chosea. along, took part in the disturbance. He keeping in the Jackson property. dutiea of thai ponition. He was a kind t kL RVs The railroad company is receiving bids hueband and father, a good The postmaster at North Lansing, N Y., shot one of the disputants, named Griffiths, cltfzn and a from several parties from this vicinity on a thorough gentleman aa ever walked the by John McLean, dead, and fired on the other in retreat. who was commissioned An explosion occurred in a coal shaft $6,000 ballast contract that ia to be let out earth. Postmaster General under President John Quincy Adams, in 1828, is still in commis- in the Savanna minea (Ind. Territory) kill soon for ballast to ba gotten out along the CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. sion, having held the office for nearly GO ing six miners. A rescuing party was sent line in this county. Go to Mra. E, W. Jones' to buy ynur -J- ames Baker la down with pneumonia years He is a democrat and good at least down into the mine, but they were overRena Crawford is no cuffs, collars and handkerchiefs. powered by gas, and twelve of tbem were at Pine Hill. Miss for two or three years more of office. The cae that haa for some time been suffocated before they could be taken out. better. James McKiDsie, of Maretburg, ia ComiELiaoN is at last peeping through in Missouri looking up a location. G. W pending between Mra. Sne Holmes and Mr. Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement.tha, The boundary line between Rhode Is windows of the Mt, Sterling Mo Holmes waa again tried last Saturday sdostlnsd to make it muoh m ore popular than it has ever been, tho which has been a Huckina writes back from Wichita, Kaa , must stay three years, il pome land and Connecticut, jail, where he and resulted in a hung jury. Another tri he Ia greatly pleaded with the place. Don't buy a pump until you seethe BUCKET ELEVATOR, 'and"for2out. matter of litigation and dispute for over 200 that mutton headed governor don't pardon him, An improbable story U in circulation al has been set for the let Saturday in May, ting boxes buy tho SECTION CUTTER. JEWEL and ECONOMIST years, was finally settled March 25, by an Miaaea Pauline Hardin and Justice has been slow in Ibis case, but Qod Leila RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK 8T0VES, Ac. by ommisionera from here to tho effect that an eight year old boy agreement signed rules and the laws of Kentucky are pome-time- s DooreH are on the sick list. Mrs. C. C. Also a general lino of Hardwaro, Groceries, Salt, Limo, Cement Flue tilboth Statea. No land is gained on either in the northern part of thia county killed enforced. an infant some daye aince with a club. It Green will assist Mra. E. W. Jonea in her ing, &o. side. 1 millinery establishment thia Benson. Miss W. B. McKINNEY. H.iMul,n The candidate for State offices have but A private letter to S.'s'.er Rose Rich- is said he waa left by his mother to mind Alice Hardin has gone to Louiavillo to two more weeks to get in their work. The ards from Brothor Dimes says hia addrets the child in its cradle, which afterwards to cry. and failing to quiet it he struck purchase her stock of millinery goods. primaries are set for Saturday afternoon, for the next week or two will bo Tupelo, The membera of the Christian church April 23d, in all the counties, when dele Lee county, Miss. It further conveya the it over the head, killing it. The story is gates will be appointed. Chairman Lynn cheerful information that he ia North not belived here, as no namea of the parties are trying to rajee funds for the purpose of notifies the democracy o( Lincoln in an bound and will be in Kentucky probably can ba learned, or any person found who reparing the church. Let nil of ua respond knows anything authentic regarding the re- liberally to the call and at once, bo that our other column. by May 1. church may present a more attractive ap Roche, republican, Little Khody comes to the front with of Chicago Tuesday by was elected mayor port. pearance at the big meeting, which ia to be a majority of about The developments in the Haddock murder held here in May. 1,600 majority for n democratic governor UKALiaa l!(- - and an entiro ticket of the same persuasion, 30,000 over Nelson, the candidate of the case at Sioux City are such aa will create a have opened the finest, largeat and I Stationery and save the attorney general, She already had united labor party. The democrats had no n sensation turougnoni me fbukb ui ion cheapeat stock of millinery gooda and all Drugs, Books, n testimomen. The Fancy Articles. a democratic Congressman. Bully for tho candidate in the field. The anarchists will saloon and fancy notions bslonging to this line that little Btatt! She is very little, indeed, but have one member of the board of aldermen, ny of several informers, in tho conspiracy has ever been brought to Crab Orchard. PhTilclam' pracilpilon accural! j coiapottDilwl, wherothey expected from 0 to 12. to murder Haddock shows that the most My pricea are very low ahe'd loud. Alio and I aak the pubFive negroes were taken from jail at diabolical plot was hatched by the saloon lic to call upon me before purchasing elseVa , which ia alwoH as much Staunton, Torkville, 8 C, early Tuesday morning keepers to put tho active temperance advo where. .Mrs. E. W. Jones. Ut of a whteky centre as Lexington, will con- and hauged by a mob. Their crime waa the cate out of the way. After vainly attempt-in- g tinue to take her toddy. After a very heat murder ot a young boy who had diecoversd A country editor oflors "a year'u aub'crip to hire a man to whip Haddock the saThe Largeat Stook of Watches, Olooka, ed contest Tuesday, the prohibitionists were them while stealing cotton. They Jovalry and Silverware were al- loon men grew deaperate and one of them tion to the farmer who will lay the target hen'd ecu on the editorial table before the defeated by the small majority of 05. so members of an organized band of thieve, assassinated him on the street. Before the will noon discover thatKTr bought to thl market l'rl(u Lowar than J8tofMy." lie ui V trUe. t:iotV nmi Je.'rrir In Cincinnati the Municipal ticket was sworn, it is said, to murder all who detected cape is ended it will do the liquor cause n tho farmer la another kind of a rooster " ,bwl hoUm m"' GOO lo 2,000. Post. them in their depredations. that bo la not "on that lay great deal of harm. . elected bv from of Benjamin The Louievillo &. Naehville continues to branch out and extend. It hai juat entered into a contract with the Norfolk & Wes tern railroad to extend its Carbtn branch through the Cumberland Valley and on to meet that road in Wise county, Virginia. Tho tota' length of the nei? road will bo about 200 mile?, each company contracting to build 100 mile". Easrineera have been engaged Lr e emal months put in the lo cation of tho line, and the Louisville & Nashville mlroid company hna already 35 milca of its portion of the work under coniract and to be completed during the month of August of the present year. It ia expected that the entire line will be completed and the connection made within the next twelve months. Both had departed in less than two. The Nebrasba Legislature adjourned, after refusing by an overwhelming vote, to submit the question ot prohibition to a vote of the people of the State. The prediction is made in cartain quarters that this action will naturally change the complexion of Nebraska politics in the future. The Li Grange Furnace Company ad vertise for bids for the grading, trestles, e drainage, croei-tie- s of and track-layinsections of their railway from Danville, Houston county, Tennessee, to La Gringo Furnace, Stewart county, until the 15th day of April, 18S7. Address them at Nashville. A New York burglar, named William Henry, waa sentenced to eu yeara imprisonment for a theft. He did not eeem to mind the eentence so much, but when the judge insulted him by referring to him as "one of those desperate thieves from the West," his passion knew no bounds and he made a vicious eflort to kill his detractor. An official of the road Bays tho L. & N. has been giving to Congressmen, legislators, udgea,councilmen and others freo transportation whicn, at the ra'o charged to other people, would bring into tho cof fers of tho company between $200,000 and $300,000 annually. The limited express between New York and averted a car load of deid heads to the train. If the Interstate law will pit a stop to this it will havo accomplished one great good at least. Wichita, Kansas, Is in the middle of n boom that discounts every other boom in Amiriran history. Strangers to the number of 23,000 crowd her streets every day seeking investments for money. At thia time 5,000 buildings are In process of construction, and laud in many parts of the town sells for $1,000 a foot. Seven railroads enter the city and six' others leading from there in all directions are under con tract for conntrnctinn, Time. g five-mil- that State. ilallie Mr. William M, Zimmerman and Miss B Rojerswere married Wednesday evening at tho residence of the bride's father, Mr. C. B. Rogers, Riv. O A. Bulholo-moofficiating. Oa Saturday the primary election will decide who ia to be the democratfo nominee for our representative in the next legislature. The candidates are Messrs. Breckinridge, Lyle and Grubbs, all of them gentlemen and good democrats. Mr. Louis Cohn, the clothier, haa determined to leave Danville and will from this time on cloe out his large slock of fashionable clothing, booU and show aud furnishing goods at cost. Wheu he says cost be means it. Now is the time for bargains, tf Mr. Hanson Boreing, professor of mathematics in Eminence College, and a candidate for the democratic nomination for superintendent of public Instruction, was in town Tuesday Mr. Boreing has no arm, out uy mo nee oi ingentouslv contrived appliances fiatcnoJ to hia shoulders can hold a book or pen aud can write a good WALL PAPER,'w& ' w A-T- M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S 1 4 hand. John Hamner and Arlington Cilloway L R, WALTON, I UHOCJIUt, were arrested at Junction City charged with committing an outrage on tho person of a MAIN AND SOMERSET SITS. N. Y. SEED A efllcbrou, s, ma-joriti- ll WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. STANFORD. KY, Ken-tuckl- MAIN STREET, v e OLIVER :flo"wsi ' iron-grate- bo-ga- n Wmny WM htot PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. "rj-- r l anti-saloo- I i I"1 I"' wlrJ- - iW IN S'ow MINOn KEY. DY GREELEY'S ODDITIES. NO MEANS AS HE SEEMED THE MOONSHINERS' ANCESTORS. Stanford, Ky . April,?, U87 Across tlia path my feet wcrs wont to know In Hiimmor time, I sit hetlJo tlio flro nnd turn a rhymo Of lung ago. that tlio w liids nro wild and bank the NJBWCOMB HOTETi MT. VERNON, KY. This old and well-kno- ECCENTRIC AS TO DE. W. P. WALTON, SIX PAGES. V a minor key, It beau the w Ind's deep rolling melody, Andmurmuratoo; Hear limit, 'twas never thus ns long as you Alas, th? niiislo takes So Hii)s Ilownnl, AVIilrti tbo Veteran .TniiiiinlM, Jon .Ir. four Instance l'rom tVliut-nc- delighted nil e crything, (iouernlly DANGERS OF HYPNOTI2ATION. nro tho most numerous. They nro never Jittofled wi'li mirthlng, though wlillo comImiii lu tlio Trentmriit of plaining they novcr suggest n remedy. Tho I'ses of tlj pilot Imlicillo or Itefnictoiy Clillitrru. "growler" inner makes any nllownnco for Atn Into meeting of tho nssoclntlon of f tir tiolilenls. Ills cln f gilarnnco scientist nt tho congress of Nancy, I'rnnce, who nro i.1oh, careless, concerns tlio alters, illustratstupid. Hi order nro ahvnys filled contrary nino iw'rs were rend by memlx'rs, phases of to hU direction, yet investigation reveals ing in tlio most vhld terms various found elTcctlvoin subject. It had that iftlien' win niiycnrelomnoM It was his this euro of lunacy, been In controlling tho mid own intuit i;i in-- ; explicit instruction. Ho tho of will lint urn I habit of mind can nhni iverj thing hevwintii much exhibited in 11 iiormnl and strengthI.Iegcols, state. M hotter nnd ilK"r outaldoof tin? lut. Ho Imt never profissor of law, m n Mitn:iary of sugges-Uoiirontlnunllr threatens to danger to humanity nlnttl to doe. Hoifgulnrly predicts thedtrlino and from the exi'irliiO tho tho hypnotic of jiowcr. divioltittuii "f tho club, Ho soon nllcnntestho may lo mndo tho nil fraternal esteem of tholicttei' claw of mem Tho subjecthallucination, nnd bo ictim of to n reduced liers, nml tb others quietly innUo a butt of manner of condition in which he is Incnpnblo of defenso lihn, and he tnkes their goal humored deferngnliiit criminal i iolunce, and in which tho ence, to hi unity ventilated ideas as an pulnrlty and lmMttnnce. Of most MrIou nets committed ngaiust him, his courso tho nro only "guying" him, as Admits leave- m Impression upon bis memory nftcr Ilo may be I recalled to the natural stale. would an n tending to tho commisTho giol nntured npoloUt is an ciTsct to recelvo suggt-itlntho gronlw, nml at tho nmo time m much of sion of nny gien rrimoormUletiiemior nftcr n common nuisance, as ho always pounds tho tho InpMi nf M'verul hours or days, nud ho will time with n ramolndixiriniinnto praise, nml only needs commit tho net at the (in nudh'iiiv to deliver a littlo orntinnon this fntnl certainty. Tho conclusions were that tho person suggottlngn crlmo ton hypnotor that suhject that happens to 1 under disized subject should lo held rcoinlblo for it cussion, in his opinion the club iilho and plenwiteat in tho world. Tho gosslpcr to tho law, and that hypnoUntlou should not or chnttorU-i, of course, found in tho bo permitted, save In tho presence of n witclulm, but Iw li uioro stiecdily extinguished in ness, In whom entlro confidence I placed. Dr I.leNiiult.from cxjiorlmeiilji In seventy-seve- n tho littlo coiuinuuity than in tho villnRo by n cnviw, wns eiiabletl to say that liypnotis general cotiMire. As long n ho eonlhiw him sueccsful in curing chiltho scnndnW in other chilis or treatment hud self to of societ) bo generally hosn following hom dren, ndults mnl nged persons of weaknesses in connection with tho natural functions of ho wnuvM and InUrenU by his recital, which My menus of suggestion during tho body nro invariably Inaccurate. HU tendency, however, lend lilm to recur to Jveulnr aconos induced slivp ho wn enabled to In tbo club which by tacit cotwiit all tho tho dUturUsl harmony in every instance. Dr. llerilloii fonuulatcd tho following artfci-vint- s hevk to keep privaU?, nml so hi In rrgnnl to tbo uoo of hypnotism as involve hliuvlf In explanations which gctr 1 crally result in his refonn faxmi jirudentlU mi educating iiillttence: That in tho treatho has ment of children w ho nro merely indolent, motiviw or hU rndguatlon lxvau mediocre tlio power should bo lim-ituoru enemies thnn frlcniLs In tho club. When to xcrhn! suggestion in tho wakeful stato ho contract tho ungentletiuuily nnil knavish inspired with tho most habit of overhearing conversations nud after-wa- tho children alluding to tho pubject lio wean n ropu perfect confidence. Kach child should lw isolated, and, with a liaud plactxi Ukii its foro-heawhich noon llgumtlvely liangs him. should atldrossml in language indi"tiik Nr.nsrArrii tirxn" cating gentleness, precision mid viticncc. Tliero Is nlo tbo newspaper (lend," who Iho hypnotic stato might bo induced in tho M'llUhly gathers all tho papers or Intit maga-rino- s treatment of children who are ImpuUivo, incnwiblo of the least attention or aUmt hint Tho disputatious inemU'r, who nlways dMigrrvn, Is soon to emphatically application mid manifesting mi irreslstiblo "sat down upon' that ho iuIwUIimi. Tho man tendency toward ovil. Daring tho hypnotla who vis to back all of hU assertions or to sleep the suggtvtinns havo more power. Tliey make a profound mid deslrnblo impression. sottlo nit fjucotions by bet is generally in many camvs, by frequently reby tho njiorUv, Jocular element, so It is peating them, to develop tho faculty of atthat bo ktn learns wisdom and prudence. Tho meiulHTililp may I divided Into thtva tention in subjects hitherto Intractable, to rhuMM, tho sedate, tho conventional, aixl tho correct lnd tendencies and (o recnll to vlrtuo prognwlve in tho younger clubs, ami into spirits which other wii would bo boioltly two in thn mora orthodox club, the corwr-vstir- o let, M, U Holbrook in Herald of Health. mid the progmuivo. As a rule mem-be- n their cluls for social recreaItnther Too Much Itmllty. with their friend therein, tion, Of the SOO.fXM people who admired tho to read tho (taper or ruagazincH, to while cliarlot in which tho dm king rode at nway Uie time In Die Mlllanl or rant room, the storming of tho Ico cattle, only n few and each dovvloM an individuality that is knew of the ndveuturo some of wn nvogulbxl, wjtliat it is safew to pmllct the carnival directors had with tlio vehicle lint counm Just liefore the carnival opened. On tho Jat what chair ho will occutiv, ho will tako 011 coming in, whether ho will before thu oon!ng of tho carnival it wxik UoiHvuiu of tho library or tho'ilfo'' occurred to Manager Van Slyke that ho had of tho billiard rvm, which is generally the better make a trial of the chariot to see that lircllokt plocti in tho club. Tho various it was in good running order. It was brought coterln of tho little community always olTer and a tram of hor hitched to it. Daniel s Tliiwo aro dull or Moon was prevailed on to iuqiersonato the association. vivacious according to their vrtouality. flro king. Tliero Is nlways a circle alxmt the raconteur. Mounted 011 hi throne, tlio amateur fiery lu tho club w hero there nro pianos there is monarch wns driven in royal state togenerally singing and playing in tho evening. ward tho daco grounds, when Uie foro run Th piano is not icrmltbl in tho orthodox ners of tho vehicle suddenly dropped into a lobi it savor of tho concert hall. There rut and pitched the gnwilino tank forward, U of Um onm very gtxt playing and singing which had lioeu negligently left uncovered, Tho choruses y.r. Moon was suddenly impreshed with tlio iX the) Impnimptu muslcalrs. tho time the lyellef that there luul len a volcanic eruption n eaptvlitlly ktlrrlng. For musical coterlo rules, but thoy seldom becomo in that nclghliorhood ami that ho was tho Veobjoctlonable, unleK to tho chnmlc growler. suvius down whoso sides tho llerylava was Tho accommodations enablo each coterio to touring. It was n close call for both himself If wi ilLiowsl; that is, and tho driver. By dint of exertion on the kep to theiilM-lvc, tbo who wUh imlet can sveuro it in tho part of Mr. Van Klj ke mid tho other gentlelibrary or jMirlors. There Is geuerally a com- men who composed the fire king's extempomon rvoort, and there tho piuuo i rized liody guard, and by a good deal of rollhituntod, and llipild refrohmenu are served. ing in tho snow mid wrapping lu blankets, tho (Jeneral goxlfell(iwhl( prevail hero. Tbo nmnteur fire king mid lit charioteers were stories aro told for the edification of nil. Tito rescued, Hut there was somo scorched hnlr conventional undertone of general conversa und eyebrows nnd seven pairs of spang now tion I not ol)rvol. h very 0110 talks pro blankets bunuol In n few moments. Ht. Paul bono publico, ornt all ovents think ho does. (iol. If tlieroL any musical inienl It is ileeloHM. Tin" Cne mill C'ui llnrIloi'. i'veryliody is pleased at tho Inrormnl gatherOne of the curiosities of VickMiurg during ing except tho growler. Ho I unccreiuonl-the ttlcgo wnn tho caxes nnd the en ve dwellers. iilv mndo the butt of the rroml There was no lack of hills lu the city, and TIIK MAN ll F Mill! UAH. Into them tho csjhv Thuro i ono other inemlior who nlways cinlly burrowed liko rats. And hero they n good unturtil nliot from nil whom ho nud slept and mmctiiucs died. ofTenil. Ho I tho one who ha to largo n. nle, drank lioaring hi Initials I nl- Of courso tlieo places were of nil sien, big malt that th ways crondl with Ills letter. As 11 rule, tbo and little, somo incro holm nnd others verj' mall in n club is comparatively light con- commodious habitations containing n numlier sidering tho membership, n only tho limited of rooms. Tho slzo or stylo of tho houso depended entirely Uou tho whim or wnnts of uumlft-- r of fnMueuting memliers have their tho builder. Tho lKt were dug on tho steep, letter nddrcMH-- there. Tho letter (lend I sides of tho highest hills, through tho coni'Minion of tho newuiper (lend. Ho Is straight extended, with sovernl generally 11 retired business man, nnd not n which they sometimes which ono might havo entries nud exits by literary meinler, ns might losup)oe(. somo chance of icnjH in caso of danger. Tho tlio check system tliero is most of them, however, were tho veriest miiiii) good nnturvxl dLsputo nliout in hits nnd umbrellas, and onco in n death trns. A cave tho wns n matter of fre11 while tho overeontu get mixed generally quent occurrence, as hills fall of shell on tho thcMi ono nftor delivery and strango documcuu nro top ofdown of upper partwas almost sure to tho of tho cave. Ono found In thu pockets tho next morning. Tho bring bombardment, near sighted men do not make tho nbsurd night, during n heavy Mrs. Kggleston's tho mid inUtakcs that are generally attributed to them, Ilov. Mr. Lord camo to pcrmk-doto stay there all night. Ills tliuy ciintrlbuto their quota to tho general naked but nmusement by tholr unconscious blundering. envo hail fallen in nud one of his children had in It. Tho Tliomeu w ilh bad memories for names mid been buried considerable child was rescued W, C. difficulty faces create moro trouble, Thoy nlwnys get nli( nftcr Wiido in rhlliidelphiu Times. o very thing wrong. Thoy often cnuso much confusion by their mlstnkos. Tho mnrried l'.cry Danger IUmo.eil. men mo tho steadiest nttendnntH outside of A good story is told of a French advocate, tho habltucj. It L calculated that during tho first year of marriod bliss nothing will bo seen who had mndoltnrulo nover to tako up a of tho member, but after that ho cornea case in which he did not thoroughly bollovo. around ngaiu, and is once more ono of tbo Ono day ho chanced to bo entertnining n distinguished company nt dinner when ho was lioys. This, however, is a legend. Tho practical joker (Iocs not flourish in tho club as in informed that n client urgently requested a tho community at largo because his range is few minutes' interview. It turned out to lie limited. Ho is soon found out a mnu wboito acquittal on tho charge of stealing u watch ho had that morning procured. nnd avoided. Another amusing phase of club llfo Is tho Appearances had been strongly uguiust tho comical tendencies of somo In chipping to- prisoner, who, it wns thought, had liecn not gether mid ordering meals. Tho figuring of n littlo agisted by the chnrnctcr of his countheo to reduce their expenses border on tho sel. Doubtloss tho poor fellow was Impatient alHiinl. Tho miner la, of courso, not found in to express hi gratitude, nnd 1111 nudleiico was Do looked some-wha- t (ho club. The spendthrift generally runs his not unwillingly accorded. abashed ut tho preMnco of tho guests; limit midgets posted. Tliolcs3on does him but, reassured by tho kindly tono of tho host, good. If ho is lucorrlgiblo ho is soon dropped for lion payment, Tho uuinltlntod cither e ticgnn: "Monsieur, It i about that watch!" vo tho club to lien resort of riotous living "Yes, my friend, I congmtulnto you on the or n Mow and dull resort, attract! vo only " it is cxclusivo; but it is neither n littlo triumphant vindication of your innocence. "Then the trial i quite over J" community with n common canns, with the "Why, ofcourbo!" usual types of character, excepting tho "And I enn't bo tried again 1'' New York Times. "Certainly notl" "Thoy can do nothing more to mo I" lUrtholtll bus written n letter to Sonntor "How could theyl" I'vsrts in which ho says that tho Statuo of "Then I may wear the watch P Boston l.ilierty will Inst ns long as nny Kgyptlau Beacon. grow-len- s r-", form n Tho comical tilinv to club life. A r milnfnt t In tho constitutional "growler," and I1L1 oppo Klo tho easy iriiinjr, cootl nntureu innn w uv is y-- idlojyin rasing of- - members Were hero with me. Tor then, logether, I could always brliiR l'rom winter's riewolatkm glailwrnin spring; Your wiuny fneti Was like a ganlon lu which lwppy plie A blnl mutt HlriK' Frsnk 1). tUienuau in Times Democrat, (ho Itemler Can Dniw Iiifereuees Ilo CIiooup. r lit Who can forgot I iornco Orecley's nirccta-tlo- n of eccentricity. Ilo wns by no manuor of melius tho foci ho s to lie. That ho wns nuihltioui, for for public favor nnd fond of money, open to ndultnUon nml flattery, who that know his life would presumo to deny How then enn his nUectallons of ill ess, for they weronlTecbition, lio accounted for, kivo on tho theory of nn unbalanced iiiludi Did it Gcom misonnblo thatn mnn ufter years ot mctrojiolitnu life, nt tho head of n great, and nt tho time, tho greatest Journal in Amei len, associating with tho first men of hi time, identified with nil broad inovcin-'utlu tho interest of his fellowmen could, unless by nccldent, mako n guy of hlmvfjf, morning, 110011 and night, unless ho did it with imnU I recoil four illustrations (f iiiteutiouul afTeclatiou on tho pait of Horre Greeley. Tho first was In Sacramento, Cal. A largo nudicuco had assembled to hear him Senk, nud he w ns detained on tho road. On nrrivnl ho was drlMmto tho St, Uoorgo hotel, nnd hurried touioomlhat ho might iartakoof Eomo refiesliiueut nnd dress before his lecture. Thoimpaticnr-oo- f tho nudienco was nxungcd by tho announcement that Mr. Oreeloy was adjusting his toilet, nnd making himself com-ftable nftcr n long nnd tedious stago ride. Ho reached tho hall nt 0 o'clock. Va ho tlriwd 1 Howl IVeclwly ns when ho loft tho stngo coach. Ho had not washed Ids faco nor hU hands. Ho hadn't changed a singlo article of hlsnt-tir- e, from coat to shirt, from collar to lwots. Absolutely covered with dust, with cravat d mix-ious oi Upon tbo Origin of the Ituiln Mountaineers. Tho origin of tho mountaineers that inhabit tho ranges from Virginia to Aiknnsas is a subject that might tempt tbo curiosity of n sericis historian. Tho vostlgos of tho early !opiiUtou, nnd of somo of tho singular episodic luroud that accompanied tho steady flow i,f 'ughh colonization, nro still plainly iorciptlbi-- . l'rom tho plantations of the king's favorites in Virginia nud tho Carolina ninny of thoso unfortunate or criminal w eU lies w ho wero transjiortcd from tho mother country to bo pennl slaves in tho fields of hrnrtlesH, nnd mostly absentee, masters, cscnptsl Into tho refugo of tho mountain, niul, unlimited by a despairing hopo of freedom, sought the most inaccessible hiding place. To tho PKiipcd convict, trembling under tbo rcmeiubrauco of n master's lash nud willing to dure nny nntlvo danger to oscnpo tho slavery he had fiod, tho approach of another refugee wns a full of teirorns of comfort. Tlio ninnwny felon could trust nobody; or perhaps, ho had n brand uion his forehead to hldo from 'in ious eyes, nnd wherever ho mndo his homo it wnl;ept remote from neighborship, nnd made as uninviting ns jiossiblo to adventurous or suspicious eyes. Tliero is littlo doubt that among tho first settlers of tho mountains wero theso British convicts sold into slavery to tho American plantations, and condemned to a life of Inlioiious servitude, which they only escaped bv such hardships us could tempt no freo man. Tho fret pioneer nnd the woodsman pushed on across tho mountain or through tho u.s.sos nnd cleared for himself mi empire and gardenia fertile Kentucky nml lulddlo Tcnnessoo, or sought the softer nir and cotton lands of tho Southern states. Tho escaped convict wai afraid to venture in either direction, lest he should rash into tho hands of n former mostcr or overseer, w ho would identify nnd A .Speculation Bcrnl-duc1 -- W JR0YALPS'l,;i fine reputation. Chargo reasonable. Special attention to the trarellng public. talnlnglti SWci Hotel li still main, 31' V. XEircojili, Pro'r, Vernon, Ky. ut. JAS. U. GIVE-tl- WX. lYI-K- i AYRES & GIVENS, 311 Notary Public. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, I.OUI8VIL-LEFifth Street, , - (lOC-ly- Rooms 3 and 5, Cromle Block. competlton with the multltndeof low test .short weight stum or phosphate powders. Soldonly la Ilo-- -. Bakino l'o'TDua Ce, cant, 100 Wall Btreot. New York Thoroughly Itcnovntcd nml ncfur ulilicil tliroiiRhoiit. I'lrst-clnFnro nnd ronionnblo prices. lny nml night Thlitpowdtrnsrrr varies. A roaml of purity, (rnlnis met by polite I'ortcrM or this 'More economical troDttth anJ wliolesomnnou. thin the ordinary kind), and can not be sold popular IIoiino. POWDER Absolutely Pure. WILLIS HOUSE, 3IA1XST., IIICHMO.M). KV. r . B. RILEY, LOWDON.Kr. Propriotor. st 207-C- DE. W. B. PENNY, Stnm'orct, - DENTIST, - IContuolcy J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. For a good Table And clean and well furnished rooms, this Hotel hat no superior. Good r.impte rooms attached, 201-srsritates f .00 per day. lr ilHr&sitaaSNflMB Office N-e- awry, with collar dirty and rumpled, with shirt front dioarrangod, with unpolished lioots, ho shambled into tho hall, nud up tho long aisle, until, standing on tho plntfonn, unattractive, ho faced an dirty, audience mnliily of New Knglntid men mid women, each arrayed in accordanco with nl 1 jkik-IIiI- o fn-uei- mag-nlficc- nt semi-comic- Bat-unl- ay coU-rlo- 1k-- x nl-w- bo-H- U.'UUUU'Ili. treat. It wa, Ieihap9, nn inherited instinct, therefore, that mado tho mouc'nlnecrs liato negro slavery us bitter ns tho most determined LEXINGTON, KY. abolitionist of tho north, mid which led them decorum. by forco of fate to Join tho Union armies W & 11 "West Main What was that! when tho civil war camo on. The mountain 203 Cm Kccentrlclty, oddites not only, but an af- regions not only furnlshod tho northern armies fectation of tho extremity of each. thousands of soldiers but also maintained On another occasion, in Paris, he, as a delrear nnd warm tympathy for tho cnuso iu to the great front of tho Union lines, and it isthe singuegate from tho United States not AND was notified to meet his fellow exposition, thoy havo continued in delegates In a specified salon. Mr, Greeley lar, perhaps, that SALE STABLE!! insympathy with tho Republican party as and l.mstu Brooks, another delegate, arrived stinctively as has tho emancipated negro. Y, IiaTlog rented the stable on Depot street, I am in advance of tho others. Mr. Brooks, who H. Allison iu Southern Bivouac. prepared to train and break horses on reasonable wii tho very iersonlflcation of neatness and terms. County Court day trade solicited. trimness, noticed that Mr. Greeley's trousers Consumption Cared bjr a Car l'lutforui. JOI1X It. CAltVKXTF.R, wero hitched up over tho leg of his boot, and Stanford, Ky "You see this car platforml' inquired one some personal inconvenience having called passenger of another on an Illinois Central nt Ills attention to it, kneeled and adjusted tho suburban train. "Well, that platform cured ! garment. loafer on in the reception room, n.s of consumption and saved my life. You whero tho delegates from all countries had think that's strange, don't you! Well, It is a met for a formal presentation, imuglno tho littlo strange, but it's a fact. You see, I come I am now prepared to taLe orders for all kinds of disgust mid annoyance of Mr. Brooks when of a consumptive family. My mother died of plants and will har them ready at any time neche saw that Mr. Greeley had redlsarranged consumption, a sister and two brothers, and essary. MytoplinU are from tbe best seed and are bis trousers, so that tho bottoms of them still a year ngo I cxjiectod to go in the snmo way. warranted be tbe Ust. JT. XEIVZAXD. 210-t- d O. rested Uon the legs of his bootSy. Stanford Don't look liko it now, do It Wellall thanks I What wns that are due to this plntfonn. It was in this way: Years after that I had occasion to call on As soon a I saw that I was going down I Mr. Greeley in hi homo, relatlvo to matters made up my mind to tako somo desperate in Washington. Ho was ill and in bod. Tho means of salvation. I wasn't financially ablo bedstead was placed across the comer of the to go to California, or to travel anywhere room. In tho center was a revolving book- except to nnd from my work. So I did tho case, against which rested a long mirror. next liest thing. Every morning in riding Articles of clothing wore strewn nliout the into town I stood out on tho platform, and, n r i VaW 1 floor mid Intenscst confusion dominated the drawing long breach?, filled my lungs full of b . ..jo rplace. Mr. Greeley was not seriously ill, but tho fresh nir from the lake. V' by tho advice of his physician kept his bed "At first 1 couldn't inhalo much, but by m .'m ifUmrAni several days 80 far as confusion, and by my lungs gathered strength, respirar mi is and upsidedownativeuo wera tory cell thnt had long been unused began to concerned, that bedroom capped the cllmnx. open mid admit nature's life giving oxygen, Was that intentional I -- - r. "1" nnd in a few months I was surprised at my own strength and good health, as were my HIS NECKTIE AWRY. Tho statue of Benjamin Franklin wa set friend. Four times a day for I rodo homo up somo timo after thon in Printing House to dinner mid back again I stood on tho squnre, immediately In front of Tho Tribune platform and inbnled as much of tho nir as KKlblo. The weather mado no dilTerenco to A committee on arrangements bulding. provided places on tho programme for Pro- me rniu, cold, snow, blizzard for moro than fessor Morse, Mr. Greeley and others. We a year I haven't sat down in a railway coach. were all to meet iu The Tribune oditorlal Now I can drew a longer inhalation than nuy Ri rooms and go in procession to tho statue. It man I know, mid a long inhalation simply means filling with air all of tho cell of tho was a memorable occasion, mid every man lungs, bringing the whole system into sen-ice-, 5k laid such resHot to tho proprieties as could as it were--an- d I havo no more fear of con Mr. Ik? indicated by demeanor mid costumo. sumption. People who work indoor, and ( 5 recley walked down tho stairs arm inarm 'circumstance-,- , who with Professor Morse, with tho collar of his get never, under ordinary filled with air, their lungs mora than half overcoat turned Inwards, his nocktlo awry won9Tery sack guaranteed to give sitUfctlon.va and ono leg of his trousers hitched up on top had lietter try my prescription. It is a Chicago Herald. der of his IkmU Wns that Intentional or accidental! Fashion in Gnu est ones. Horace G ruvley was n man packed with nlTec "I oupposo there nro fashions in gravo-stoubehoved his eccentricities to tntlons. I nlwnys a well us In anything elsol'' Iw assumed Invalid they wero such paliablo "Certainly there nro. Tlio heavy style, contradiction of all thnt he saw aliout him, such ns ono used to see universally lu buryFOB 1TIIX of nil ho lenrned of his unusual attrition with ing grounds up to twenty years ngo, is men of tho world. Ho was proud of tho nntiquntcd nnd going out of fashion. ARBDCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, utility ho presented. It gratified him to bo What takes now is tho light, nlry kind of pointed out us vullnr, ns distinct in his work, with graceful outlines, and of (lno mafrom hi fellows. An ovidenoo of terial. Angel, small statues. after tho Greek, 1 Premium, S1.000.00 w eakuctvs ymi think 1 Why ccrtiiiuly an eviS500.00 each 2 Promiums, doves und fancy figures aro now most in ' dence of weakness in ono of tho greutost, ono vogue. Next to them thcro is tho rough S250.00 6 Prsmlums, of tho grandest men known to American stylo just tho hewn rock, showing tho unSI00.0O " 25 Promiums, Ho would havo been a bravo man polished surface. That seems to bo the best history. 850.00 100 Premiums, ' who dared pronounce Horace Greeley innno liked by mourner of n serious, contemplaS20.00 200 Premiums, by reason of theo iieculiar del clopnients, tive turn of mind, whilo sentimental people 10.00 " 1,000 Premiums, nnd yet It is dilllcult to reconcilo his unques-tlqne- d prefer the other style." For full particulars and directions seo Circu ability, hi world wide experience, his "As to tho degrees of grief now," it was Corr. rare tower of thought, hi coinotency In asked, "did your experienco tench you that lar In every pound of argument, with, thuxt ctty developments of young people sorrow more visibly and oxpen-livel- y vanity und of self satisfaction. When you over their dead than do mourners of conio to think of it you will flu.l cvidencw of trdatongef eccentricity in neatly nil tho men und women I should judge 'From my ow 11 of prominence you ever heard of Joe Howthat nged jieopje nre more apt to spend their ICnu-sr.roNo.iiv in tvi'.Ai.Tij. City Journal. ard in money freely in ilno tombstonos thnn younger All the I'ATTKUNS you Mi toit'eiln I x "e It tuny bo that young folks foci it ear for notlilug ia auu.; nf fruiu $3.iO 10 'I V pcrbons. ns much as older ones, but thoy haven't got snbrcrlbliiK for Stanford ami Stockbrlilur. tho money to spend, you see, n a rule. I Interior Journal Senator Stanford is looking forward with know I often have trouble enough collecting The great plc.isuro to meeting Senator-elec- t my bills from such pooplo, oven if it's for NO Btockbridge, of Michigan. Ho learned nothing heavier than a littlo baby angel. Stockbridgo was nn admirer of Widows, I must tvay, as a rulo nro good cus!"-- Tho way ho tomers; widowers, not uenrly so much. And his famou horso r.lectloneor. learned It was n little peculiar. Somo timo that's as true of tho young ns of tho old, peri G ago Martin, Siyiator Stanford's managor nt haps oven truer of tho young ones." EIM tho famous Palo Alto farm in California, "Do widows who have buried successive where, besides Klectloneer, tliero nro thirty husbands show Just as olgnaut grief as exWith Twelve Orders for Cul Piper Patterns of your own solection and of any site. other mngntflcent stallions, advised tho sen-nt- pressed on tomlistoues on thodemiso of their stal- second or third husband ns 011 thnt of tho that ho had sold two lino BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YER, lions for f5,000 apiece. This was n good flrstP price, but tho senator did not think it was "Well, now, that's a ticklish question to $3.50 (THREE FIFTY). enough, nud telegraphed asking if tho salo ask," replied tho artist. "I couldn't bo sure wns absoluto. Martin answered that it was, of it; still, if 1 cau judge from what I've and, furthermore, that on his asking tho pur- Been, I should say that the widow's grief bechaser if ho insisted on taking tho horses, his comes all tho stronger 011 putting her socond -:i:only answer was a draft bywirofor $1,000 or third ono under the sod." New York "Tlio buyer knows Mail and Express--. Of all tlio 3ratrasr.lnert. to bind tho bargain, CONTAIMNOSTORIg, I'OTMf , ANll (ITIICH LlTSIXABT horses," added Martin. "Ho's that new senAllTISTK ""( 'K- ATTIUCTIONS, COMDINIMO ator from Michigan." An Optimistic View. Tine, and lloirsinoLii HATTrn Senator Stanford has a colt born to him Cardinal Gibbons xtmids. with Gladstone Ilhmtrattil with Original titeel i.'nyivir. nii'l every day in the year on the Palo Alto farm, rather than with Tennyson sixty years after. Ilia, Vhotogrnrurr, Oil J'lrtiif Mija. In M'o(Micift innkliKJ It the Jlotlrl ho ilnnd he novcr sells mi anlmat for less than In his sermon in this city yesb-rdalne of .Itnrrlcn. When ho sells ho gives a printed lustrated nnd empblsized his belief that tho $1,000. Kch Mairszlni contain n million onler in ns guaranteo as to pedlgreo nud health, but world is liecoining better rathor than worse, tlio lmMcr 10 Um rclecilnn f uii) pattern I ind in In nover as to speed. Ho guarantees n good and that, on tho whole, righteousness and anythe fanhloii ilop irtinenl In that imnilxrp.i"i m of the tlrca matiufiic'urcil, tiinklnir walking gait, but says nothing about trotting moral growth accompany enlightenment. f o(r time ;iiiir. iliirlni; the y nrof th sii1m U Juttly sil'l.-.- l ho UKMHIII-ST'traits. Nono of his stock is over speeded for Two centuries ago there was hardly such a Model Mazazlue Tho Ijirvi" I" I'1 '" " over a quarter of a mile at a time. Ho keeps thing as law know n in tho world. There was World's In Circulation, (mil ihe Ijirtfi-'IM I ar flvo horses in 'Washington, and riika bohind littlo established order. Stages rolled through Kntnli) .M.i.iuUiu Issued. 1EH7 w 'II Iw II ' 'I )' a pair of big blacks that ho bought In Now London with armed men on their roofs. third rear of lt pulillcniloiu It N cm 'h.-- sM , il niul rocxirii'lrelv s t. plnre It m York simply for their stylo. His trotting There wero nn ignorance and immorality n Fnmlly l'friillcil. It cmi'tiln " team, a pair of lino bays, can go In ii:U. Tho among the clergymen quite inconceivnblo nt of Inches, cleunntly print.-'- t 1:1 tiiilj nimrto. Palo Alto farm employs 20 men, population the present day. Almost nil "gentlemen" got tlluttMtiil. piibti.littl liy W. Jiiitlnci h ' enough for a neat little village, with school drunk. Olllcinl corruption sapped the trens-ur- y New York, AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT fOMO'Hrr r nnd church of Its own. It Is tho only town of every land. Books wero rend by JUZ in tho world that was built by n horse, und ladles nnd gentlemen iu tho drawing rootmof luterior Journal st $ 53 Electioneer built It, Washington Cor. Ntw England that cannot now bo read in any Wanbhigtou Post, York Sun. mixed company, him. So, with that lat instinct for personal freedom that has alwajs possessed tho Caucasian land, ho clung to tbo mountains ruco in e of his refugo, secure In his solitudes nnd getting his iK'ttce iu tho impregnability of his re- PEARSONS CLARK, Wholesale Grocers Street. k, and 1 to accessary. Jocrwal on Lancaster street, next door to Iirra-uo- s office. Office boars from 8 to 12 A. S p. M. Anesthetics administered whes 15 JED l-OST- ! Livery, Traiuing, Feed, All persons are notified not to pass through our premises without special permission, as we will enforce the law against those who do, BECK, T. irjf. J. II. XI Lf, Ell, A. St. FELAXI), IIOBT. HcAIjIHTEIt, :CIU. Stanford, Ky. 203-6-- louis schlegel, rjASTTS PHOTOGRJlFJBTEB, UICHH0KD, KENTUCKY. Photographs in all styles and sizes. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. New designs Prices. la Frames ant Mats at rery (TOl-l- low WOOD WALLACE. 1TATT COCUEAK. 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Tbe fllcrcbnnt needs It about his storo among KeepuHoltle In tlio Honao. 'lis tho best of economy. use In VV-- rr: cao of accident saves Itrop u Itotilo AIsyuj-iuuntcd. uar w lit-- Keepnllottloln ibe Factory. H-- pnln nnd loss of wages. Itslmiuedtata for T- - 7VmVt;-- :.r--. r. r , LjjopaiiKvasJtt: "z - .jya:rX.iESSS, . ". mn tH-- " nirMstaaBMsl"''Maaa MEXICAN MANNERS. CHARACTERISTIC GALLANTRIES ; ALL CRIMSON AND GOLD. Sump- SUGAR FROM COAL TAR. THE NEW PRODUCT THAT GREATLY INTERESTS THE TRADE. Curious Murjr of tho Dltcovcry of "Saccharine" A Sweet That Is Not Suscep-tibl- o to Peniicntntlon The factory in Germany. Ono of tho most eminent and reelected o( the younger chemists of Europe, Alfred Gordon Balamon, a pupil of Pasteur, and an authority in tho counsels of tho English scientific societies, spoko to mo on tho subject tho other day, and showed mo a copy of Tho Now York Journal of Commcrco of Dec. 0, which contained n leading article decrying the now product Ho assured me that ho had not tho remotest Interest in tho fortunes of "saccharine," but as a chemist ho had had interest enough in tho matter to go to tho factory at Magdeburg, study tho processes thoroughly, nnd secure samples of the article, both in its original state, and ns applied to fruits, syriqH, and In tho making of sugar nnd candy. At his invitation I spent nn hour nt his laboratory in Fenchurch nvonue, nnd I can only hopo that my account of his conversation will lo as intelliglblo to scientists, fugar men, nud tho public generally as tho talk itself was interesting and instructivo to me. To begin, it is a mistake to call ''sacchaIwn-zoyl FORGIVENESS. Crush tho rov, It odor rises, Giving sweetness for tbo paia: Oriete a woman, and sho give you Sweet forgiveness, poured liko rain, deorge Hlrilsejo iu lirooWljrn Magazine. EDITING GESTURES AND OF THE PEOPLE, Slioul-derallo- 1 Peculiar Method or ShrticclB the Wealth Is Indlcnted-- A Sign of Grcetlnc Hand ShaUliiff A Fare-we- ll CUppIng the Hand. Tho Mexicans nro adepts nt exjirwslug themselves by means of signs and gestures, and many of them exhibit a cointly graco w If (i.; m I wi . I I i rine," or, as It Is scientifically known, sulphonio imide, cither an adulterant or nn unworthy chemical trick. It Is a great scloutiflc development an honest product, possessing marvelous properties. Nono of theso is- - injurious; some, as will lie shown social episodes. It has got to bo tho fashion for ladies to hold later on, are in tho highest degree valuable regular evening lovecs in their nnterooms nt It is an independent thing, to I hi judged on the opera. Thoy rocclvo friends in them, and its own merits, and no more to bo condemned retire to thrm when tho act happens to bo a becauso of its commercial effect on tho sugar dull one. Business men even transact busi- industry than tho electric light principlo was ness in them. Thero is a good deal of loud to be set nsido Iwcauso It affected gas stocks. talking and ill bred merriment in the boxes A CVItlOUS STORY. during tho performances, but thero would bo Tho story of its discovery, like lhat of so much more if tho nnterooms were not so conmany other now familiar secrets of science, venient Liko every other newtoy it chances is a curious one. A German chemist of disINDICATIONS OF WEALTH "Instead of tapping tho pocket to indicato upon, society seems to get n great deal of fun tinction limned Fahlberg went to America money or IU influence, the Mexican holds up out of them, and, considering the price it pays, somo ten years ngo as an export In a customs bis thumb and forefinger, curved a3 if en- ono can scarcely grudgo it whatever pleasure cose, which at the timo attracted much attenAlfred tion, and which ho finally won for his client circling a coin. Tho token or threat of cor- it may reap from its Investment. as,'against the United 8ttos government poral punishment is a slight, lateral, hori- Trumblo in New York Nows. Fahlberg decided to remain in America, and zontal movement of the hand, similar to tho Adelaide llson'a Childhood. went, I bellove, to Johns Hopkins university, turn it takes in tho act of beating eggs with a A lady prominent in tho social life of this where bo became connected with tho laborafork. The phroso 'a screw loose' is illustrated by a boring motion of tho Index city has in her employ as parlor maid a tory. Ho devoted himself w holly to research finger against the temple, but indicating not woman from a littlo village in Yorkshire, among coal tar products, or at least made nn aberration of the mind, as with Amer- England, where Adclaldo Nellson was born. this a specialty. Ono evening, after long labor over a variety of theso compounds, he icans, but of tho temper. When a Mexican Tho woman says tho actress had neither Spanwishes to denote a lot of people ho brings to- ish nor Oypy blood In her veins, as sho went to tea neglecting, in his liate, to wash gether tho tips of all tho fingers of ono hand, claimed, but was tho child of a basket maker, his hands. When ho put his baud to Ills to represent i iv ding. Tho first time I ever a poor, drunken fellow, and a Yorkshire mouth with his bread he noticed a strange, caw this gesture ill-- ' holding up of the hand woman, a decent soul, but wretchedly poor. pungent sweetness, which came from everyvertically, and thrusting it forward two or Lizzy Jones, ns Miss Ncilson was then known, thing bo touched. He ran back to tho laborathreo times with a repelluut or protesting mo- was noted in tho village for her beauty and tory and, thrusting a finger into each of tho tionwas at a party, where a lady who had her idleness. Sho spent all her time hanging numerous vessels, at last found the one hold another's fan during a danco offered to about tho shops and gathering all tho nows which bad produced tho taste. Thus "saccht-rino- " was discovered. It took a long tiina and return it, when tho owner, seeing that her travelers and eddlers brought from tho out--siworld. When sho was 13 years old her much hard study to learn tho philosophy of friend was using tho little, implement of challenge, insistod that she retain it. Not a uncle was going up to London, and Lizzy this production; it has taken eight years to word was spoken tho hand 6ald it all. Tho coaxed him to take her with him in his mar- reduce tho manufacture of it to a commercial samo gesture is used to imply: 'Keep your ket wagon to see the great city When thoy basis. It was formerly supposed that the physical seat,' 'Do not disturb yourself,' and the llfco. reached London bridgo tho girl dropped off "There is a sign of greeting used in tho the tail end of tho cart and her family nover quality of sweetness was typified by tho s that U, the sugar and City of Mexico and the southern part of tho heard of her again until they learned that the republic that I have never seen In tho north great Adelaido Ncilson was their daughter thoso stirches w hich by chemical treatment nor on the western slojw, where the bow still Lizzy. Only Uvo jears had juissed between are brought into the group. But Fahlberg' rules. At the capital an acquaintance, tbo time that the barefooted country girl, discovery doe away with this old standard whether gentleman or lad, in saluting ono of who spoko with a strong Yorkshire accent, practicaly and scientifically. It is 330 time cither sex, lifts tho open hand, palm toward hod dropiKxI from tho back of tho cart and sweeter than tho best cane sugar, equal to one self, and waves the fingers, or often the tinio when sho appoared as Juliet In unity. What is more extraordinary, it differs wholly in principlo from all tho carboonly tho two middle ones. It rather startles those flvo years sho had attained tbo educaa foreigner at first, but it is really a very tion and Waring of a gentlewoman and had hydrate group, that is, from all other known pretty and graceful mode of greeting. I have mastered French and Italian and tho still sugars in not being ausceptiblo to fermentaobserved thit it is most used when saluting more dillicult tongue for a YorkrJiIro (icnsant, tion. Every housewife knows how preserved fruit mildews, how jam molds, and how yeast from a little distance, as across the street, pure English. Philadelphia Press. ferments and spoils. All theso oiieraiions are mul it uo doubt came into use because of tin tho result of the action of organisms feeding Looked I.Ike the Jack of Spade. density of trade, in which tho bow might on the sugar, heretofore an inseparable featMrs. English, tho mother of Lucillo Westpass unpercoived. "Tho Mexicans arc very much given to ern, an actress of merit and beauty in her ure of all tho sweetening processus. But you hand shaking, and they are eminently a day, told an fncidout of her past theatrical cannot produce fermentation In "saccbarino." friendly and cordial race. It Is the fashion career, in which a certain tragedian, of rather To tho contrary, it is jwwerfully preservamong Americans to call their politeness stout proportions, was tho unfortunate hero. ativea quality it pofoeaseo in common with Of this I had 6omo superficial and insincere. I have not found it Ho was playing Macduff to her Lady Mao-bet- all tho coal tar products. The child who played one of tho ap- curious illustrations from the samples Mr. so, but I do admit that its formality is at times a little inconvenient. For Instance, paritions which worn Macbeth of Macduff Salamon hud brought with him from Magdewhen ono is in haste to catch a train or meet became, very fretful before the curtain went burg. There were strawberries, for instance, an appointment, one cannot rush away with up, and began to weep copiously. "Lucille," put up over n year ago, which had never been a hasty 'So long.' It would violate tho con- said Mrs. English "brought tho child a pack cooked, and which preserved absolutely their flavor of the garden. Tho jam had been ventionalities to depart without exchanging of old cards from tho projjerty room and "sacchar-fie- " to keep her interested in them until billed, but with tho the customary elaborate farewells with each there was no boiling away, no neeJ of individual member of the circle. Then, in it was timo for tho infant to appear. 'This is passing through a door, there is almost in- tho ace of spades, this is tho king of hearts,' jkimmiug, which with ordinary sugar invariably a contest of courtesy ns to who shall said Lucillo, 'and this littlo fat fellow is tho volves a loss of 10 per cent. It is not necesjack of spades.' When it was timo for tho sary to speak of other sample. Every one go first. apparition to appear tho child bad finished ran see what the effect must be, in all thoso FAUEWELL DEMONSTRATION-- . Jnc3 of production, of substituting for ordi"Tho proper demonstration of farewell be- its crying sjwll. 'Macbeth, beware,' it retween Mexican women is tho lleht embrace. cited, 'Macbeth, bewaro or hero sho becamo nary sugars a sweetening power which cannot ferment and which is strongly preservaemplio&lzcd in tho north by each patting with confuted and looked boitelessly back for asher right hand the other's shoulder; in tho sistance. Tho gentleman who was playing tive. ANOTHER IXTSUE3TISO QUALITY. City of Mexico and thereabouts by a kiss on ' Macduff waved his hands to attract her ateither cheek. Between women and men, n tention and tried to givo her tho cuo by Another novel and Interesting quality of Iww and a handshake, or the bow alone, is pointing to himself, In his short kilt, plumed this new product is that it is strictly antimo correct tiling, although in the interior tho bonnet nud general rotundity of figure ho had diabetic. It passes through tho system untouched. provincials employ nt meeting and jpartltig n a most unfortunate effect upon tho Infant, German physicians aro modified form of tho embrace, betn een perUli, yc sue said cheerfully, 'Maclieth, be- making much of this phase of tho discovery, sons of th opposite ns well us of the 6amo ware of tho little man that looks liko tho juck nnd thero has already been established an sex. More than once my breath has been of spades.' Press. independent fnctory for the manufacture of hNcults for tho usy of tho largo taken away by a handsome young hacendado Catching Itunnway Hoys. meeting me literally with open arms. To my class of patients to whom all sweetening but mind there is nothing prettier than this emI've captured so many runaway boys at tho heretofore been foi bidden. On this point brace, and tho warm beared palmadita, or Union depot in tho last fow months thnt there iwms to lw no possibility of doubt. I pat on tho back, between two men who are Icoplo havo got to thinking it's my specialty was shown copies of tiio declarations of Professors Lcyden, of the Berlin university; as if a policeman could havo a hpeclalty. friends, between nn old man and a young man. But I havo sot my eyes trained pretty well Btadclinann, of tho Heldelburg university; "Handelapping U very common in Mexico, by this t:nio to look after runaway boys, anil Stuter, of Bonn, and Mnsso ami Aducco, of and in its oriental sense of summoning, It is I flatter myself that I can tell one of tho Turin, all mado upon personal analyses, and all highly commending tho discovery as a tiifllcult to account for all the leculiarities of chaps as soon as I see him. You see, tho run.Mexicans In tho matter of gestures and manaway boy is never experienced, either in gain, not only to commcrco but to medical ners. Some of their excessive gallantry is traveling or any of tho ways of tho world, science. Professor Sir Henry Roscoe, In a evidently a copy from, and improvement on, and ho betrays himself very quickly if ho is lecture before the Itoynl institute hero, has tho French, and this handelapping Is clearly given an opiortunity. Ho generally appears already described tho new conqiound as "tho derived from the Moors through the Span- at the depot In pairs, and if tho two don't do most remarkublo of the many rcmarkablo iards. It is recognized as a call all over tho something very singular in buying their products of coal tar." I use tho word "comrepublic, nlthough about tho national capital tickets they ore certain to trip in finding their pound" becauso "saccharine'' is really a it has been pretty well supplanted by a pecu- way tot hot tain and getting onboard. Some-the- y synthetic result, obtained by coalescing a aro loaded down with flashy papers or number of substances upon tho basis of a liar, dlsagreeablo sound pst-t- - w hieh always sets my teeth on edgo. I believe this about books, and sometimes they are armed to tho derlvatlvo from coal tar. Tho factory at Magdeburg, over which Mr. oxhauts tho gestures of general usage; of teeth with pistols, as often stolen as bought. course, (hero are infinitely numerous signs of Generally thoy havo their pockoU filled with Salamon went, is a mammoth establishment, special and arbitrary significance. The Mex- money, stolen from same relative, and their embracing with Its wharfage on the El bo, icans, as a rule, aro adopts at expression by destination U almost Invariably somo western nearly a half square mile of ground. Tho city. When they find themselves arrested machinery set up is of tbo sort to delight a this means. "As I have already touched on motions and their courage disappears at onco, and ono or scientist's heart, and tho inventions of England, the United States, Germany, Franco at manifestations not strictly to be classed as tho other makes a clean breast of it and Russia have all contributed to it. When gestures, I might strain a point and put in tho tbo start is made in February tbo first degeneral list tho performance which, from its The Ilnde of Chinatown. liveries are mado In March between '4)0 and ursino regularity and monotony. Is known as Tho cynosure of ull eyes was Ah Spud, who 300 workmen will be employed. Mr. Salahaciendo el oso, or, 'playing tho bear,' and which means tho fixed promenade of an en- has amassed a fortune as a potato peeler in mon docs not credit the statement of Tbo amored youth over a short beat, before or one of our loading hotels, and who is tho ac- Journal of Commcrco that there havo been beneath tha window of the adored object, in knowledged dudo of Chinatown. As Spud efforts "To boat up capital In London und which hn spends as many hours a day as hi itood in tho center of a group of C'hinexo Antwerp." There ore only four, or, at tho leisure will permit. " Cor dudes, envious glances were cast at his cosmost, flvo parners in tho firm of Fahlberg, tume. Under his silken blou. ho wore a List & Co., no ono of whom is an EnglishOre Discovered by Electricity. spotted piquet shirt of tho latest style affected man. Thero is ono Antwerp man in tho firm. Leadvillc is excited ovoranow cloctrlo in- by society young men, and this was the cause They havo put $500,000 in tho business, and dicator that is used to dotermino tho location, of the jealousy in his rivals. Ah Spud ex- this, so far from being a stock company adfrom sin fn co observations, of underground plained that thero were hut two shirts of tbo venture, represents tbo faith of a few partmineral bodies. It is tho invention of a pattern worn by him In tho state. San Fran- ners who have put their all into tho busiprominent electrician of Boston, and is con- cisco Chronicle. ness, New York Times. structed ti'ou tho theory that tho strong elecCases of ll'-alSurgery. A New Delicacy. tric currents shown by largo mineral bodies Tho fourth coso of a successful removal of Duffy Fcr gracious sakes, Murphy, what's can bo utillz-j- to locate tho latter. Tho . tumor from tho brain has been rcorted in tho matter wld you! is a simple affair, consisting of elecMurphy Well, to tell tbo truth, Duffy, I trodes which connect with batteries In a Lor England, tbo wolght of tho tumor being four containing an clectrio needle. Tho Influence and a half ounces. Theso cases of brain sur- don't think them banana skins I ato this of tho electric subterranean currents upon gery, with tho exact location from the symp- morning, has agreed with me." Texas Sift- tho ncedlo Is supposed to indicate tho presence toms of tho spot nffoctcd, aro feats of which iclcnco may well bo proud. Arkansaw Trav-.'lo- r. of an oro body. Now York Sun. Vheu n man vhas at dcr bottom of a well it vhas very kindt In somepody to adviso him Toliogjan noto paper and envelopes havo Tho atniflsjrt nge of thorn who enlcr college to look oop. Carl Dunder in Detroit Free appcarH ' "'in to bo mixed up with th IT. A century ... .. was 11 IVera. in ihii .... fosh-lonab- lo carbo-hydratec Glo'ie-DemocrGiobe-Deinocran ma-chi- and profound gallantry vrhich.lf amusing to a foreigner, ia also worthy of admiration, A lady who has traveled In all parts of tho republic and inado a study of theso national peculiarities recently described them to your correspondent, and many of her observation! wero very interesting. Sho said: "Whon any ono falls down it is customary toCAllout: 'Como hero and I'll pick you up,' or to oxpress tho samo sentiment by a gesture, Tho hand Is held up vertically, ilm outwanl, about level with tho face. Tho fingers nro then bent down rapidly and In tho direction of tho person addressed, tho motion being directly tho roverseof beckoning. Tossing tho chin upward docs not Imply annoy-nncas in most countries, or simply no, as In many European countries. It is simply an equivalent in Mexico for 'What do yon wantl' or 'I don't understand.' Foreigners who try to rid themselves of tho Importunities of lioggars by this signal, naturally their trials rather than bring them to n speedy termination. Tho Mexican of refinement has a very c cullar method of shrugging his shoulders. Ho raises lils shoulders slightly, stretches kis arms down at his sides, hands open and palms out, places his head n trifle on ono side, uplifts his eyebrows and pull his mouth down at tho corners. Theso elaborato motions signify doubt, uncertainty, a difference of opinion or 'I told you so.' This is tho manner of expressing tr umph on being proved correct in regard to a prophecy or nn argument o, tuous In Their Appointments. Tho person who sita in tho auditorium of tho Metropolitan Opera bouso and lookj around him finds himself encircled by two tiers of prlvnto boxes. At least tho prlvato boxes aro nil that Btrikahimof his environments. Thoso boxes are alike, as far as shapo They nro and furnishings aro concerned. deep, broad and commodious enough. They wero originally upholstered In yellow velvet, which gavo the houso whon it was opened a most blzarrtfaspect. Now they nro nil crimson and gold, and tho effect is rich and harmonious. Somo are in choicer locations than others, but all nro in tho main mere prlvato boxes, such us aro familiar adjuncts of tho proscenium of any theatre, only larger and more sumptuous in their appointments than most theatrical boxes. But liehlnd each of theso boxes is a private room, the samo sizo as tho box Itself. Originally theso anterooms were fitted up In keeping with tho open section to which thoy glvo access. But wealth demanded mora than xnero richnes of them. Taste nud tasteless-nes- s have mailo great changes in the interests of display, and fow, Indeed, retain their original sumptuous simplicity. Some box holders have transformed thorn into llttlo drawing rooms, opulent in furnishings and decorations, whoro pictures adorn the walls and c abound. Some havo mado C03tly littlo alteration in their snuggeries, but when Ikeylnko n jwrty to the opera havo them profusely decorated with flowers. In ono way or another these nooks reflect tho tastes and tho habit', tho pretensions and extravagances of their owners, and nro tho sceno of many pleasant and somo decidedly piquant bric-a-bra- rrlratn Theatrical Uoxes That Are ES. H. FOX, The Photographer, aaaiwl 'I "" 1 aaaw &faaaaa WITH THE SCISSORS. All Honor Should 1ms OIvoii to tho "3cla-io- n nnd l'nte" JonrualUt. The nlovo remark Is frequently made in connection with newspapers, and is too frequently meant as a slur. On the contrary, under proer circumstances, it should bo regarded as a compliment of a high character. Tho samo paper may bo ably edited with tb pen and inixcrnbly edited with the scissors. A mistaken idea prevails that tho work of tin latter is mere child's play, a tort of hit or miss venture, requiring banllyjnny bralnt and Ettll less judgment; that tho promiscuous and voluminous clippings are Kent in batches to tho foreman, nnd with that tho editor'i duty ends and that of tho foreman begins. Instead of thU, tho work requires much care and nttontlou, with n keen comprehension of tho fact that each day's nper has it! own needs. The exchange edilor is a conscientious, methodical man, on tho alert, quick in appreciation, retentive in memory, shrewd iu discernment. Ho rend closely, culls carefully, omits and amends, dUcnnls and digests, never Ignoring tho fact that variety is a great essential. Thero are sentences to ivcnst, words to soften, redundancies to prune, errors to correct, s headings to bo made, credits to li given, to bo considered, ullluitics to lo preserved, cousiitcncics to bo ivqiccteJ. Ho knows whether tbo matter Is fresh or stale, whether it Is appropriate, and whether hohni used it before; bo remembers that he Is entering for many tastes; bo innkos mills in every direction; ho lays the wholoncwsvnier Held under contribution; ho iwrslstently "boil! down," which with hint is not a prvcuo of rewriting, but n happy faculty of expunging without destroying sciuo or continuity. His genius is exhibited in the department, the items of which nro similar nnd cohesive iu tho suggestive heads nud sub heads, in the sparkle that is visible, in tho senvi of gratification which tho render dorives. No dally paper can lw exclusively original; It would ilio of ponderosity. Llfo Li too short, nnd henconu ciuluirgo must bo laid nou the genius of Ibi rivals. A bright cllpied articla is infinitely bctb-- r than a stupid cuntributad article. Tho most successful pnor Is tho apcr that is intelligently and cunalstcntly tsjited In nil its whether by pen or scissors. Philadelphia Call. pains-takinsen-sondci-irtmen- Danville - - - - Ky. 'A1 Ttntnaf m FaaBK JaaHFlaauHPr-- j H&aafir3BBaVaaaaBaanialBiiaaaaaaaaaaaV Frames Mado to Ordor. THE TIIOROl'OIItlHKD HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL MARQUIS OF ADELINE. Tblt fino Bull will ajaai-- HOUSE ,, in -- - THE FORTMAK BARBER SHOP, jissKJ. muxi'Mir, morn. In (be latest is flrjttcrTcd. ttanit.tho itsoni now com ramrod nt 1117 liable on the Lan cuter lUt-oWork 'dona half mile from HUnford Court 11 ohm at S3 breeding tberewun ard dispatch. wl'h tbo prltlli-tteo- t til the cow tirotci In call. Moncj duo when cow vltcd. sljlr with cealnes Ladles' and ibi!dicu'a work In Miruiiof Marquli of Adlleno'i dam, Adeline, her lire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Flitter. For furtber particulars ai to pedigree toe il.- - - Ailellno'j tire, Herbert, bit air Apollo and Dam iuijortcU Boutbtrn Btiu-t7.l- i; MYERS HOTEL, STANrORD, KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr ThiB Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains it-Hi- gh r.ii.w. Tblilia Terr flne young Bull from a celebrated family ot tulllrri including the cow Ixho, the 0 greatttt of btr day; her owner having retuwd for ber. cattle bare taken tbo The llohtcIn-Frriilalead atbebet for the family, and a cni with tbebbortbirn jrodutft a very flne animal. I will buy (II Ibr mala ralrra begotten by tbli i'ull at gotd Ic dcUtred at weaning time. i5,-0Cn 1 1 180-- tl ir. ji. 3tMLi,Eit.Ky eianford, Roputation, AND Iti Proprietor it A. Grand Combination JOURNAL -- it Shall THE'ftlNTERIOR Determined tha' Country Hotel in the State in it Pare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Ouoiti bo Second to no -- s And the LouUrlllo Weekly Courier - Journal One year for only tS two for more than the price of one. Hacgaie nlllb conveyed t aadrroaath it free of charge. Hpetlal arcommoaatloas to Coramarelal Traveler. The liar villi alwari (applied with the cholreal brail of Llaaor aad Cliara. rirrt little fflwroM news & jussissippi valiet battlefields after the fight strewn with dead nnd dying, heard the shrieks end groans of the wounded, but that sight was nothing lik the horrible field of bvindlawnna. Later on I saw the dead body of the young rince Ho was a lad of great brightiieni, and on '.ho voyage out ho expressed anxiety ftltout rreeivlng a wound from nn avgai. He lay tn the field quite naked, covered with wounds. Bound his neck was n thin gold chain nnd n locket, attached in which mils n picture of his mother. Wo took this off and suit it to tho empreai and then carefully carried him from the field. It was curious, nnd cast a gloom over me, that I should s this young prince receive, as his father called it, his baptism of lire ut Spichcreu ami then n fow years later bee him n corpse on a foreign field. Loudon Cor. Now York Mail and Ex-lie- Whrro Son Dlril. One of the lnot horrlhlo sight I have see was the Hold of the dluuter of Itandtwana, it Zululnnd. It was four months after tho dtfr aster. Tho 1,000 dead bodies had Uvn lyihA bleaching iu the hot kun uuburiisl all tflflt time. Tho Zulu vultures had not touched them. Their bodice had withered away to skoloton encased in skins that had liccomt liko leather. One could trace tow they had fallen, and occasionally rallied In grouts to mako a desperato stand against their enemies. 1 ho corn w hich had fallen out of tho wagon had sprung up among tho dead. I have seen Nnilrn' By paying ui II you will receive lor oca year your bom paper with tbe Courier-Journa- l, the representative newspaper of the ttouth, democratic and for a carlo" for revenue only, and tbe beet, brlghteil and ableet iamlly weekly In the United Htates. TboM who deal re to examine a lample copy of the Courier-Journ- al can do to at this offlo. THK HESIPEUEEi roa OHIO ROUTE Keultickj'a Itonte Eaat ij -- q)) louuvmt atwAtiiT Cmaco t7q- - Washington, Philadelphia and New York. Thaouly lloe running 1'ULLMA.V A NEW FAST MAIL tiaviso uotii NEW SLEEl'lNU CAttS ABD LODIHVIIiLE A CINCINNATI, Dally, secure to traveleri rsotf LoaisTille, Cincinnati k Lexington, to Washington Oitj, Connecting tn the asm depot with SOLID TRAIN Kt THE MOST RAPID SERVICE I'lijrilclan nnil I'atlent. The question of how long treatment should continued iu a neurotic cam when no ovi-ebenefit Is produced has recently Ikhjii raised in n Hamburg law court A medical man, having as a patient a merchant suffering from "ncrvousucss," treated him by galvanism. Altogether ho galvanized him 4 13 times, but tho nervousness did not disappear, Then camo tho matter of fees. The sum claimed was foMl. Tho merchant disputed this on tho ground that tho treatment ought not hav lievii continued so long, as itwaj not producing any bcnellt. Tho court referred tho matter to tho medical board, wldch gave as its opinion that tho doctor ought to havo asked tlio imtieut, after somo fifty sittings, whether ho would liko to continue them, as It was doubtful whether tho treat incnt was doing any good. The court, however, declined to accept till iiw, holding that It was for tho patient to hay when ho hud tried tho trentmcrt ns long iu lie was to iay for it, and m gave Judgment for tho full amount claimed. This Judgment seems to ncconl with tho principle that applies to nmpncr subscriptions. A man must pay for his (aper us long as he takes it 1 jiiuit. mMo(11cv. from tho Loudon dU-jo-- The Direct tout to Ever attempUd totwten the treat commercial ell-I- n Lynchburg, Daavlll, Norfolk aW all Vlrglnl on the Ohio lUver and Chicago, and hence and North Carolina the laatett time and moat comfortable train 1 beKor tickets and tween all mint In tba Notlth, or to tha Went your nMrtatllckd lurtheror Information, apply U addrru W. W.Mon aud JI'orritrrf. Tba counterpart of tbl train roe, Oeneral Agnt, office Lai log too, Ky. on all trunk lines la denominated The Xifirafr-rr- f A'xitrraaT. Tba euperb rolllni atock wa em- W.O.WICICIIAM, II. W. rilLI.r.8, ploy tlvoi patron I'tiUmltrtl Comfort. 2d Vic l'rmldenl. jn' I'aaa'r AgU. all Coupon Ticket Office in the Houth Louisville. Kr. you will find our time table and ticket, eay Jfo-tioget Hotion and stick to Motion, If you want to aav money and have a pleasant jourK.O.MrCOKMICK, ney. Oeneral Taaaenier Agent. Chicago. City Ticket Agents and Officer: KENTUCKY CENTRAL K. A. DucKaza, 237 4th Ave.. IouUvllle, Ky. I. M. loaiiKTK, IVi Vine it., Cincinnati, O a-At n, Faat Trains for Now York. fl. I THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y- "illuoGraan Iloate." BhortMt and Quickest Bonte from Oer Btwn LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Lin Schedule In Effect May CiaaaHBBBBBBBBBt n- 1 aaB fT. "JlPoinU North, East, West and Bonthweit. Fat IC. IMS. rM mi wbtvimr-i z ..irTj.fcZ'j Botmt.BouKD. ' e; Kx. Sun.1 Vo- - sr.VeSSl Dally 8 10 Pon 00 Ex. Burt Interior Journal Bl'A.NlOHD, KY W- I P. WALTON. Pro'r. " Cynthlana., 10 am IU Jtntu 5 i.t p m 13 pu lllpn Arr. I'arla,. .11 m " Lexington. ..I2 10 pruj 10 10 pm 6 is p a II 17 p IU uiu p ru Lva. I'arls n I" J Pm. aw pta Arr, Wlncboalor " !.!; " Itlcnmuuu. ' 7 IJ pir " Lancastur ... ..1 i9,uii pm .. . " HtanlorJ 0 00 pml . . Lve, Covlngton. .! I ID am " Falmouth-- ., .. 9 10 a m pm J pm fcVl . . Lve. Hlctimond..... Arr. Berea published every Tuesday and Krllay at tha low price of " Livingston.. SUiiai NO. 3 'i 00 3 20 pml I pm . , , NOITB-BOUH- No. 11 TWO DOM, AKS I'KIC YEAIC. No. I The Mniilcuro Cluh. Not n day iwiscs that somo new club Is not started here. Many of tlnto organizations live but a reason and thou go to pieces liko n house of card.-'-. Somo one witli n gift for figures might count up theso clubs nud arrange them in nlplmlxtlcal order, for ono of theeo times, iu nfter ages, may wish to know nlKiut them, and what do you suppono they will ever think of tho "Mniilcuro club," tho very last to lio born into tho social circle, if noliody places Hon record? This special club consist of tan members, devoted to the culture and improvement of finger nails, as its name implies. It meets onco a week, nnd tho prize condition of thoso 100 finger tfjHS is something for tho "professional" operator to dream alwutl After each fair member's nails havo been duly examined and criticised by tho "committee," a jajier on tho subject of hands, their caro and culture, is read, and then the club adjourns to a luncheon that driven filbert nails and half moons into the background for tho timo benrclm-ololsts .todb Of wor ALL CLASSICS Arr. itlchiaond Lve. Itowland Lve. Livingston. " lierea . 8 CO a m 10 25 t5ain mi ........ ... .,...,.. Noatly and Choaply Exooutod. " Lancaster .. 8 II am Arr. Richmond., .; .11 00 am ' t .. ttii W.O. ...... I 10 II 111! An4a.l Arr, Winchester 2 10 pm 7 00 g 20 p m 8 00 am Arr tans.... a m Lve. Lexington ., 2 43 p mi 7 25 a m , 7 20 a m L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. -- Cynthlana. " Falmouth.. Ait. Covington .. " 8 80 p ra 6 20 a ru 8 59 p m, 8 M a m 47 p in 10 O'a m 2 S 40 17 tipm pm pu 5 18 pm 00 p m II 80 a m 6 43 pm HA.YMVIa.Lr. HRANOII. NoaTH-Bocit- TUB OBS1T- Lve Covington-- .. "No. U, Dally Dally Ex. Hun. Kx. Bun. 5 20 p m 8 40 a ra 5 44pm 10 TIIKOUGIi TRUNK LINL TO ArrMlllersburg., " " Parla Lexington .. 7!San 8 IS a m 2 00 25 pm pm Till ing. Boston Herald. SOUTH & WEST WITH " Carlisla.....,; " Johnson " Maysvllle.., HOOTn-BotH- 01 pu lOliu t 58pm 9 48 a u 8 80 a m 7 40 pm NoToT TNbT- MDally iMlly Ex. Hun Ex. Ban 8 A ( Institution of the a. A. It. Tho fact that the Indiana G. A. 11. announced its meeting this week us tho eighth annual encampment, whilo tho Illinois encampment was announced as the twenty-first- , called out a statement from MaJ. O. M. Wilson, in which ho averts that the G. A. It. was instituted and inaugurated iu Indianapolis In August, 18G0, by Ocn. Holwrt 8. Foster, when twelvo members were initiated, among them J. II, Holliday, oditor nnd proprietor of Tho Indianapolis Nows, and C. A. Zollinger, now pension ngont for Indiana. Gen. Foster got. tho Idea from nn Illinois officer named Stephenson, who said he didn't havo money enough to push It, nud that Indiana soldiors would take hold of the matter better those (u Illinois. At tho Pitthburg convention of toldtira iu Septcmlier, 1800, Maj. Wilson, as Gen. Foster's adjutant general, organized tho G. A. It. In eight btatcs. Cor. Chicngo Tribune. Pullman Palace Sleepers. Ijiiiilgvilie Lve to Niin1vIU Arr Parle, ' Lexington Mayavlll...., " Johnson " Carlltl ., ' Mlllenburg .. Cavlnnton ...... SSa m 87 a m 12 65 1 McuiplilH, " ieeaaaaaafe 6 II 80a m 0 7 23a ta 7 45 a m 8 lUa m 9 OS a m 2 2 3 pm aj p m 28pm 60 pm 16 pm 10 pm 00 pm - Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Hoik, Alolille mitt JVew Orleuun. Only one cbnnge to point In Nnrv. Train. aSffiC Direct conn, jM ? ctlomare mm A i- - Clnc.Snt'hrtraiS- ..... . - -- .., made at Wlncbeiter with ... ., uu E&iiern cit- - Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Uceklne borne on Ac, araee Agent or wrlta .j : . For lull rarilinl.rv.ii ' v" "" '" "" 0I ,nr tbe line of tbli read will receive company, 6r O t.U, MMHHE. T). A.VRItT.VV special rate, l.. ucu.ttil . T' AgVUl, Trav. I'aaa. Agent, of thl Company lor rate, route T H E.IIVNHNUTON.Kecelverrl,DgWn' aMOKE, II. P. A T. Av Oeneral tJfflcc. Covington, Ky. Umlsvlll. Ky Evkhtiiddy come and examine our $3 gent's shoes. Owsley & Craig, Stanford, Ky., H. O. WALTON, - J. A W111611T has sold his houae and lot April 8, 1887 in tho Miller Kxlcnston to Mrs. Mary J. Smith for $700. By carefully selecting Iambi for breedto Mr. and Mrs. I S. of Mt. Sterling, nbout a month ago ing purposes from the most prolific ewes, has apparently gone blind, to tho gre at an English shepherd raised G30 Ismbs irom 100 ewes, alter deducting all lost lambs. grief of its parents. The baby born Mo-Klro- DubIdobb tlrinnsor. I. d Mall N. LOCAL TIME CAHD. 3 10 " train golnj Morth-...- .. 11 tJouth ......... ....... ..ll 18 r. m. .... Mliix -- ipres train' Bouth.. i 1 -- . 1 ' it Norl....M..........- -. W calculated ou standard Hm, Solar Th a jot tal about 20 MlnuU tuter M. C. LOW TIME CARD, Train leaTsltowlandata and 7:15 a lUturnlng, airlteatSand 8:58 r. M. LOCAL NOTICES. m. LANDitrnfa Garden Seed at Penny A McAhstcr A roix line of fishing tackle of all kinds at Penny & McAlhlei'a. Abk your rrocer for the Cincinnati Unking trailer nd calces. W atcheh and Jewelry repaired on ahor otice aua warranted by Penny & McAlls r. Rtankahii ready mixed painty quality and durability Kuarattleed at Mclliberts fc ('' Burr's. HuNTriw, Attention. Loaded Cartridge, nil k'Zm of chot, at l'onny A Mo Mister's ny A A coMi'Lim: mock of juwelry, latwt style. Kxk' "! .ic.m a specially. Pen- MrM'er PERSONAL. Troupe, tho man who crossed NUgara Falls yeater ' on a ropo -- 7 consecutive dAys In 1379, Miw. Katk TaYiYHi, of BlootnGeld, ia walked from th roof of thh office to that visiting MissSuwaile of W.itets A Davis yesterday and cut all Miih. CAiimr fitorrrn, of Louiifille, kinds of shines 60 feet from the ground, to ia the kikm'. of Mrs. A. 8. Mofltti. the delight of the small boy. Cait. II V Hutchison ia back from Home months ago President Kjgene Z.m a Wait In hi lrMier at CnatUnoogn. T M I'ksnikoton ia .in Dan-Tll- le, merman and others bought a piece of land Miw. drawn thither by the Illness of her IS mils from Gallatin on the Chesapeake A Naahyllle, paying about $10 per acre for nncle, Judge Fox, SocOweim, of the Cjmmercial it They laid it oil in lota 25i.00, named Mu. Hole', iI&rrot!bur, wi lute this wee it Westmoreland and last week held their first auction sale of them. Klghty were dison court biiflntc. Mb. and Mns Thomas MrrcAur have posed of at an average of $2 a front foot, gone to NicholurlUe with the bona of itu equal to about $500 per acre. Mil. O. It. Wamii.k, here. Mim Lizn: Fa unit wont to Dantille of Somerset New stock of diamond, gold watches, hibition at Mt. Xania, Friday night , 15th. lace pins just received at Thompson's, The He will be answered by his brother, E.G. " Jeweler, Lancaster, Montgomsry, who is an anti prohibitioni- - Brazilian, Southern Queen, Bermuda ist. M III! Rid Yam and Jersey lied Seed Sweel PoIr the jury that tried Turner for the " tatoes at T.K Walton's. cowardly a'stult upon old man Aldridge, term in The K. C. conductors ars now required whom be shot, had have gives to woar the regulation blue uniform and the penitentiary, instead of a fine, Marshal Capt. Farmer looks overy inch a bold sol- Hamilton would not have had to stain his hands with his blood. That jury will haye dier boy in his, whatever sin there is to answer for. . MueiuBoxiM, violins, etc. Music boxes i The Old Fellows Lodge here is in a from 75 cents to 185. New styles double spring movements at Thompson's The Jew- most prosperous condition and Is receiving weekly additions to its rjumheri. Its handeler, Lancaster. some building la paid for, no debts of any That Ilustonvllle National Btnk stock should go Ilk hot cakes at $120 shows the kind hang over it aud soma of the surplus onfidoac) felt in that splendidly managed In the treasury is to be devoted to still fur ther improving the room. A splendid and economically conducted institution. chandelier and other useful ornament have Maiit Smith asks us to say that Dr. Pey been ordered. ton, after a thorough examination of bis J. II. Stephens, late of Crab Orchard, horse's haid, tcetifhs that it would have now of Greensburg, Kansas, in remitting been an impjMibility for him to have shot for his piper, which he claims to prlzs very him from his seat in the saddle. highly says: Ojr town U still on the boom John Biiioht reports that although although it is very dry out here; now plenty many of the peach buds have been killed of work for all clasei of mechanics. 200 houses built in there are still enough alive for c good crop There has been at The other fruitii are are safe also ho far. the last DO dayj, some good ones. The Tho wheat ia damaged In some extent, hut railroad is grading through town and when the first train runs to Greensburg you will notaenouely. hear from me. of the Gnring -- SrEAiciNci. Elder J. Q. Montgomery will deliver a lecture for the caue of pro J. M. Williams, representing Slimmer, of Cincinnati, bought Tuesday of EJelen, Snider A Or erstreot 240 head of fit ctttle, to be delivered here in May at $4 50 per cwt Ho also bought of ullivan A Foley 200 head at $4 35 and 33 head of inferior cattle at $3.50, Messenger. John A. Judy sold in New York last week for J. H. Beuden, of this county, 85 bead of corn fed cattle at about 4 cents at at home. The?e ctttle bad been stall-feby Mr. Buden and he cleared nearly $1, 000 ou them. They were purchased by Mr. Besuden at 4 cants last November. Wino d iniment most wonderful known. Its tho aro instantaneous. let .! Pnor. Frank Stookky, Jlszl. When the band tag an to play yesterday and Prof. Stookey bp!in to tell of what be was going to do on the ropo, Jim McKin-nea juror, could not hold himself and the rest of the jurors, showing impatience, Judge Morrow followed the illustrious pre cedent of the distlng(shed Judge Nuttall, of Frankfort, aud aJjo-unecourt till the show was over, as he should have done. It was well worth tLe lime. The profeuor can beat any of them in the business. y, profloK1 the Utter'e health. Mimra Lizzit Dayk and Jease Cook, many beauties, arc here visiting friends. John IlRiuirr, Jr., will go into the grocery basinets with Dr. Rocker, with the Giai Hocker & Bright. ttyls of Mattje KxyuntAH Is visiting Mrs. 0 n Kidman at Paint Lick, and at tvoifed Col. Slaughter') hop Monday sight. Cnrr Davis, of Werear, the great bora man, is here attending court. lie is a wlt-- ds fox Mr. Lackey In bis suit against tie railroad for killing a fine horaj that he two of the loveliest of IIuatonTllIo' bandlfi. Haydxn U back from Medicine Lodge, K.ioia, whither he wnnt to diipoae of hia inleri in a store there. Mr. It. . J. V. Lytle ha. ing further West. out and thinks of go That popular and big brained gentleman and scholar, Col. II P.Jacobs, of Danville, here on legal businesi, was asked in regard to the report that his county and those of this SMtloo woald instruct for him for governor. "If they do so it will be without my approval or consent," said he. "I am In no eense a candidate nor even an aspirant for gubernatorial honors, and It would not be fair for the avowed candidates for me even to desire such action." Col. Jacobs' ambitions run entirely in the chin ea os! of his profession aod If he ever that he would like a judgeship in the Court of Appeals tbia whole section will rise up as one man to do him honor. He is in every way fitted for toe position, be ing the peer of any man in the Slate in legal knowledge and training. Intl-mat- Mr. J. J WlXMA MS and family, which embrace hie two handaomo daughters, Mice Maltto and Kila, have arrived from Louisville and taken the house lately occuIlrlui Wo welcoino them pied hy M very cordially to cttiisnihip with us. -- Mil. Josei'H Hummed, of Waynes-burwho has aaflend tnoro with a bladder trouble almost than any man living, has returned home after being here in consulta lion with the doctors for several days. It is hopjd tL.it they mty bo nble to cure him u he ia an excellent clticn and a useful man. g, t OCAL HATTERS Mrs Polly Snrber, mother of Mrs. B. F. Eubanks, died Tuesday night, of a conof our exemption laws. Will Mcrshon, B gestive chill, in her 75th year. She was who appealed from a decision of the police fill to call and see my new spring court fining him for shooting on the etrcet, bulled at Pulaski Station yesterday. Don't had the judgment reversed. The caso of stock. B. II funk. LAND. STOCK AUD CROP 80c Onens vs. F.M. Ware was given to the TwtNTY nvt cords of fine fire wood for A $25,000 eleyator and 40,000 bushels jury at adjournment and it reported yester3t sale. John Bright, Stanford. of wheat burned at Fargo. day morning, a verdict in favor of Ware, Jones & McFadden, of North Middle-towGahden Beeiw of every description at who had brought in a contra account, for sold to S. P. Anderson A Co., 15,000 grand jury finally adjourned $800. The A, A. Warren's Model Grocery. Wednesday after finding 43 indictments, pounds of No 1 tobacco at 5J cents per New lot of Spring goods just received the majority for carrying concealed weap- pound, to be delivered after May 1st. call and examine. 8. II. Shanks. Trimble is the great fruit county of ons and soiling whisky. Thoso fellown who biding out can now come march- Kentucky. In 1881 the peach crop netted Handsomest line of dress goods ever haye been Tho prospects for this season $600,000 A Craig. ing homo, brought to tMs city. are good. When the case ngainst Wallaca Cirpen The editor of the lima Dtmoeral, Ma New spring goods Just received. Also a ter for the asaa'elnation of his father was full line of clothing, shoes, hats, furnishing called yesterday, hia counsel presented an jor K A Burke, Nsw Orleans, Is the largD Klass. goods aod dry goods affidavit that the accused could not git a est land owner in the world, Hia estate in in this county and Honduras ia 100 miles wide by 180 milts Wanted. Mairon for Stanford Female fair and imputial trial such that a jury long. waa College, next rosslon. Must haye experi- that the sentiment Bee8 for Bale. -- Half to three quarbe influence 1 by the and bring in patronage. Alex 8. Pax-to- n. brought here would ence ter Italian Eirly Swarm, $2.50 each, gum prevailing feeling. Proof was demand1 and 2 year old Coloed and a score or more gentleman were ex- furnished at cot. JUDGE Mounnweaya that owing to hla gno Apply to B. H. nics $5 each, with amined on the subject and the preponderinability to get the papers here in time, the Bronaugb, Crab Oichard, Ky. of opinion waa that an unbiased jury ance Grand Army mestlng will not ba held toFrom averj county in the State that not be obtained here. We believe morrow, but he will announco in Tuesday's feeling grows tobacco the report that not more ourselves that there ia a gcneial itaue whnn it will be the prisoner is than half a crop will be planted this year. boring a from the clrcumslauces that At 70 feet Mr. Smith, who is guilty, but there is no sentimsnt that we Orer production in tho past has sunk the well for n water supply of the Stanford are aware of, in this vicinity, nt leait, that price to such a low figuro that it will reFlouring Mills, has struck a small vein, would prevent a fair trial, or seek to in- quire several vori email crops to make the hut as he can dry it up in 20 minutes with fluence a jury in any way. The average Industry a profitable one. hia sand pump he will still go down. Paris OouRE,. About 300 cattle on man ppsaks of the case thus: "It was a com-pos- o most diabolical murder and if the boy Is the market; 51 choice feeders of about 1,200 The nicest s of men on the road Minstrels, and guilty be ought to be hung," but the latter pounds brought $58; 52 good eteerr, weight Gorton's New Orleans GO head they give a clean and very enjoyable per- statement Is always qualifiel by the "if," 1,200 to 1,250 pounds, sold for $0; 30 plain moun lepreianted by 850 to 900 pounds at $37; formance They make excellent music, a The pro'ecutlon II. C Warren, Gao. 8'.oi9 tain steers brought 3 cents. A good many very decided feature of their entertainment. They were not so liberally patronized here and D. R. Carpenter, and the accusad by mules sold at good price). Copt. H. T. Bash reports the Bile of as thoy deserved, though the home was Hill A Alcorn and Welch A Saulley. Tak ing ovorythiug into consideration, Judge Adam Carpenter, deceased, as follow: fair. , thought it best to gram a change Good attendanca and proparty sold well. Whim coming down the stepi of thu Morrow of vpnue and fixed Anril 27th for tho trial Mores and colts sold from $GG to $11G per court house in which he had been sitting Somerset, and 50 or more witnesses were head; brood bows from $3 to 11.50; 15 for some time, Wednesday, Mr. Soo Owens at shoats, weight from 80 to 90 pounds, $l.?o recogniaed to appear there on that day. waa partially paraljzed on the left side. Yejterday afternoon the case of G. A. per head; cows and heifers from $20 to $92; He wan taken to the residence, of his brothT.nrkor aoalnst the L. A N. for killing his 23 yearling cattle $30; 14 calves $17 per er, J. B.Oens, hut went homo yeaterdav t on trial, Tho dam heid. Household furniture brought good Osrcns' fine race mare Paralysla runs in the family, Mr prices, aies clalmel was $1,000, father having died of it. Chtap Fruita at A. C. AlfordV. Nol fresh salmon 8. Myers. evening, Cinccrr Court. The old case of Welch A Siufley and Hill A Alcorn vs. A. M. Fe- land for a fee was tried again Tuesday with tin usual result, a hung jury. Offing to the serious Illness of Dr. J. G. Carpenter the case aRalnst htm by Miss Belle Hughes was continued at his costs till next court. Mies Belle was on hand and her lawyers claimed was ready for trial, Wednesday the the cise of G N. Brady y n A Craig and O ii sley A against for selling a boras of his, which he claimed was exempt from execution, reault ed in a verdict in his favor for $100 damages. The costs in the caia are over $00, the original debt was 270; so the firms are out $230 and over besides lawyers' fees, all of which goes to show the extremo beauty Oa-slo- Tool Thievw. fhievea entered the Methodist church Monday night and took the choice of Messrs. Kiney and Allen's tools that they were using in repairing the church, thence to a building which Mr. J. lPYKnTI12K3ir. W. Watson was building and took the pick of his and then to Mr, Utmsay'e house and stole about $3 worth of Mr. J. T. Blanken-ship's- . JELIC0 (217 lm) T. L. SHELTON, Bowland. The scamps, whoever the weie, trial. are pretty well heeled now for doing car! penters' work, but they will hardly attempt it in this locality. nsTlsgsoldmy larm, I will tell to lbs highest Mdier on With, the present arrangement of tho and witness stand, it Is almost ab- WEDNESDAY. APR. 30, 1887. -box solutely necessary that the floor of the At ray boms at Tamers-Il- l, sit ray stock, Iirm-In- s ntsnilU, Ac. conilitlnsof 3bory, 1 pair ot Oonrt-Houshall be raised from the rosmuW, 6 or 8 rood milk cows the trum back. A person just m well be noatothexa have calves, about2Jhdof onaand steers and hrAtrtt, one.hi'f lotarrst on the atceet as to lit oa the rear In a good thoroughbred bull two ynra old, 25 neaa 01 gooa aep, 1 reaping macnine, 1 mower, 1 benches and try to hear and see what Is go war- rka. 1 Albion Jr. l harrow. 2 ing on. We learn that the improvement oDi, all In good condition, 1 carriage, double set ol harcens and pole, I buggy and harntM, plow J, grar can be made for $100 or leas and when it is Ac, about 60 barrel of corn, sow meat, cval, done, as it is evident It must be, Judge houae and kitchen furniture, 65 acre ot knob land. Hal to commence at 10 o'clock. Morrow tells us that we will have one of s. a. nocKF.it. 217 Id Tumtraillle. Ky the best rooms for court business in the State. Pain-Cur- er chester Democrat. The world Las over W. H. and D. N. Prewitt bought Moneffects day 200 lambs for 1st to S'.h of June de livery at 5J cents. They also bought 3 oar loads of hog', weighing from 150 to 200 Cry pounds at 4 J to 5 cents. Thos. E. Wood has sold hia farm, lying on tho Lancaster pike, about 3 miles from Danville, an! on talning 191 acre', to Chas. II. Wood, of Btrren county, for $70 50 par acre, who will build a new residence on the place, (Cincinnati New Orloana and Toxas Pacific Railway.) in the woodland opposite Providence church. Advocate. to Now A fair crawd atten led the aale of PenCuba, East, dleton Jenkins, dee'd., Wedneday Bid ding was go:d and everything brought go d pricer; 0 steer calve brought $10 per bead; CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. 3 yearling steers $20 per head; milk cows iu:ai ur. ki:ai ikiwx, from $25 to $35; hnrss from $75 ?120; a TKAlNSNUttrit, iuuN?t-jini-. So Mo. 3. Wo. Ho J. tio.i. I). Mrl, No. 6. MO. 8, No.l. pair of HgeJ mulei sMd for $210; corn STATIONS. Dallr ' brought $2 62J and oat $1 05 per hundred Daily. Kx. hua Dally. Dally. Dally. Dally. TUIly. Et. ''un bundles. Hjgs, fat, brought 5J cents. Five 7S5am' m P in S10 pin 7 55 a m L'ye ..'Mnclnna'! .. Vrr 6 42pm 1023 a 6 40 a m 5 00pm 4 80 p m, 7 27 a 4 25 m 2 01 pin (icorgctown ehartR in National Bank sold 10 W a m 03 p ai ,0. p iu 10 51 a m 4 13 p ml 7 01a 4 05 a m 1 35 pm Lexington 1022am1 3T p ra 1120 p m 1130 a m for $120 and 5 more brought $120 01 The 10 13 am Ui p m 11 II p ni 11 si a m 3 51pm 627 a NlrboUiTllln .... f139a in 104pm 3 25 p m Of) 12 28 p m 47 a .. farm waa rented privately to G M. Givens It 20 am 41 p m Uo.1 .. m 12 31 pm Harrodsburg Junction.. 3 12 p m i 32 a 3 12 47 pm 2 56a m 1212 pm 69 p id urn! DanTllla a 11 12 S3 am 2 42 pm 2 45 a m 12 01pm 10 p m 302pm S20a Junction Cl'y 1133am at$G0Ou year. 10 42 am 3 25 p m Kings Mountain .... 1 31 p mi ............ Ti'o'a'm 9 50 a a 2 27 am 4 20 p m .....Somerset 1250pm . Kentucky, however, will remain the 3 53 pin . 3 31 am 730 a m 10 43 a m' ... 10 00 p in 6 05 a m Oakdile 8 23am 823 am 7 iu pm stronghold of liquor interest. Some king G 13 p nil . ChatUni,! 1 SO am,. 3 10 p m 1015 a m Ulrmlnghim ...... ,12 50am has said that "wtitn truth is banished from SOSaml. 6 20 am 9 M P m1 Kulaw... ....... Ollpm' C 10 p m the'earth she will find refuge in the hosnms 7 lOprnl. 315 a ni ..Meridian i.iu a m 10 10 p m1 ... 8 00pra 00am', 7 35 am1 New Orleans of princes." When Bourbon is driven 3 from every other quarter of the globe we 12 53 a m 2 35 am ......Meridian 7 31pm may be snre it will find protection in Ken710am .....Vlcksburu 15 am ...bhroieport 0 43 p ra something r pmpbatic tucky. There was 7 59am 7 10p III, T. l Juottioa ... witdom when the design of two men holding each other up was adopted for her No 9 leares Oakdile dally excapt Sunday, at 5 I) a. v., ArrlTing at CuattanoJja at 9.13. No. 8 lcarea Chattanooga at 3.00 r. it., arrlrini at Oik lale at 6 4) p. it. shield. -- fN Y.Btar. Children for Pitcher's Castoria. Queen and Crescent Route. Orleans, Florida, South West. Shortest and Quickest Liuo Texas, South 1 - I 1 I le ' I MALA:rWdS&t Mann Boudoir Buflet Bleaplog Car on all through trains. JOHN C.OAULT, Oen'l Manager, II roiXBIUN, Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt 1L CAKIUILL, Ue.n'1 dupt., II. X. KYAN, Asst. Oen'l Krt. A Pasi. Agent. W. W. WBLLS, Hupertntondent, Somerset, Ky. General Offices, St. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Oatn. PUBIIC SALE FUENITUEE isrrvsr- - STOEE ! jury- MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. two-hoi- lwbly jKwWm Hi D. Pettus is run by the whtaky element is too foolish almost to need a contradiction, The doctor is an uncompromising temperance man and takes about as little stock in whisky ae the best prohibitionist. He does not uso whisky at all, was never drunk in his life and is doing his heit to have the prohibitory law enforced. He did not oppose the pisaage of the law, because he wished to see it giv en a fair trial, and only abstained from vot ing for it bimsejf, owing to the prohibition of its iale even for rrtrdipine. Ur. DEATHS. The silly report that J. STANFOltD LAUNDKY, STANFORD, KY. ()jr firlctw for wablr2 are ni follow; Shirts 10 to IScenti; Uollariper doz. 24 ceuta; Cuffs per doz. Ji wnti; Handktrchl.fi iyt to 5 ctnti; Mgln; Hhtrta lOtoi) cent; Under Bntrts S crnti; Drawer cents; Vsts IS to i cents; 5 cent; Neckties 1 Costs a5c lojl; I'ants i5 to 75 cents; Socks 3 to A a cents: Towels 5 cent per pleco or cent; Car Stents per (lor. Ladles' List: Dresses iV: to fl, tjklrla 25 to 75 cents; Chemise 10 to 60 cents. Family wasblngdone at 35cents, which Includes all but white shirt, skirls, counterpane and dresses, which will bo charged 10 cents each Terms Cash when goods are deilTered (Jowls will l.ocallol for and delivered free of charge. FARISS & WELXER. Proprietor. JlS-lti- i, Will always linve on Iiantl a Inrce anil select Hue or Fnrnl. (nre and Undertaker' Good. My prices will be iin low as snch good can be I;ont(lit In (lie ciilen. dire nic a trial and yon will be convinced that I sHl lower than (lie Iohchi. WEAREN k MENEFEE fW!K The Knob, tho famous DeckCrcrott er A Son, th pjpiUr and Thu celebrated dough A Warren, and tin John Church A Co.' d rnll-tblaLrriSc-.Gv-- n, 0ley Any one desiring an elegant and durable musical instrument will do welt to examine our Wear agont for the prices before pu chasing n John Church A Co, and will warour Pianos for wren year, and our O'gan rant for fire ye.irs The Urerett Piino and the Cloutth A Warren Org in aro the lxst and moit reliable Ojr InM umant tnstrumrntf minufjcturcd. can be seen at the postofflca In St infold, where Mlsa llosnHlcuatus will state prices, elo. Persons who bare purchased tbesi Instruments will testify to their durability and elegant flalti . We will lisgUd toierro the public, sod guaran te satisfaction. Elder W. L Williams', nf Hustonsllla. alio represents the John Church A Co., and will ba pleat ed to serve bis friend. 1 sTx "iv r? I y works, ?tLI iw m v S v .' 'jry vi -"i vi s 0J v S. It A L. COOK, aKFUHRNCca: J. Agent. John D. Carpenter, HuitouTllle; J M Ettnore, Stanford, James Beatly,8lanlord; J M. Philips, Stanford, A. K. Pennr. Rtanforu; Mrs. Kanulo Farra, Lancaster; den W J. Lundram, Lancaster; Charles saodldge. Junition City; W. M. Payne, PiacbersIHr; Mrs. E M. Carp'nttr. Stanford; Mrs. Miggla Holmes, Crab Orchard; O. T. Lancsslcr. Wal-ltc133-lj- Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Phoetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills. s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete than ever.be-forfrom the cheapest to the best. :Jfl Sash-Blind- e, All of work guaranteed as represent ed. Prices to We can sell you .as good YehicIeSjfaB any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. suit the ines. co-il- J. WEAREN It,OREE!V, ARt., 232 HuMtonville, Ky. & MBNEPBE. " MOTHER WALSH, THE TAILOR, FOUinil ATK.WE w-t- s LOmSVIIaXsE, P. S.-F- INE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. wan-pu- I HhouM bo nscd a few montha before confinement. nl for book To MoTiiuna, ' wallcil free. Co VtlaLta, (,a. '. DuAiiiirm n I eg S I IS ill l-- nnlfi ?" ?m. ST. litimix-- i -- ttb th atovt . R .KADI MIDI. AiktortliaMSll hkasiV' sLicacaand .1 tak.no other. If lourstorekeepaauo; A TnWKIt niPlminon.ht.. iwTnn Dnot llflrlli Sfn.tlnrit.TlntlvrHtAtKriit. KontY Kccti'& 9k SLICKER- IS11 BKNV 7lm'n'. ?'i IW"W !lJW"?&!ffl&&SESS fWft JIUHMU tfmm x, - ft, gstaatTrrtLjaw. .atfft2SSSJI ro ia i: r n n- ROBERTSOlSr m & I:i3Sr3SrL.IK,ID SMALL NOTIONS 9 of tho Having recently added to our already spacious Store Room, wo now display tb'o largest and most rnriod assortment of DRESS q a jipETS. GOODS, CARPETS, MATTINGS, beautiful cflects In is vnd HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ever Shown in Central Kentucky. Our slock of Dress Goods immense, embracing all the latest and most approved styles in Fino Woolon Fabrics, Imported Novelties, we havo to offer. is Silk and Wools. FAILLE FRANCAI8E, SATIN OUOHUSE, MOIR andGROS GRAIN SILKS. This department especially worthy of your attention and you Bhould not fail (o sco tho many handsomo patterns Carpets are a specialty with us and wo are determined to build up a trade on thoso goods second to nono in tho Slate. Our carpet room is on tho first floor, is well lightol an filtod with Brussols and Iugraini Choicest and newest pattern, fresh from tho looms ot tho best known factories. We nlso show in this department a large lino of Mattings in new patterns All-Sil- k, Lace and Japanese Curtains, Porteries, Curtains, Poles, &c. Our Elegant Smyrna Rugs, Oil Cloths, Stock of White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Satines, Hosiery, Gloves, Oorsets, and Notions Is always full and complete. We soil the best fitting and moat popular KID GLOVES known to tho trade and have them carefully fitted. A guarantee given with overy pair of our best Gloves. Many indisputable very department, to which we invite your attention. A careful examination of tho stock in each will pay you. You can find uo bettor Market for Dry Goods, Carpets, Notions or Upholstery Goods. Come and see us. r ( 5 bargains in Ss IXlSTlSTJXtlD. ROBERTSON" UtAIlV NTREET, WAXVlJfE, JKY Stttll-TOwWUjntt- nrc If OUrtlHl I English as She is Taught Mark Twain contributes to the April Cfcttiry under the above title some exam-pie- s of the curious answers made by pupils in our public schools. We quote fe m fellow: Aborigines, a ayatem of mountain Alias, a good man in the bible. Amenable, anything that is mean. Aaiduity, Hit of being an acid. Auriferous, pertaining to an orifice Ammonia, the food of the god Capillary, a little caterpillar. Corntfercus, rocks in which fossil corn is Zoned. Emolument, a headsione to a grave. Equestrian, one who asks questions. Euoharist, one who plays eucure. Franchise, anything belonging to the Ipecac, a man who likes a good dinner. Irrigate, to make fun of. Mendacious, what can be mended. Mercenary, one who feels for another. Parasite, a kind of umbrella. Parasite, the murder of an infant. Publican, a man who does his prayers in public Tenacious, ten acres of land." "Here la one where the phrase "publicans and slnnera" has got mixed up in the cU!d'i mind with politic, and the remit ii a definition which takes one in a suddes auad unexpected way: "Republican, a sinner mentfoned in the Bible " ' Also in democrat c newspaper now and then. Here are two where the mistake has re jilted from sound assisted by remote facts: "Plagiarist, a writer of plays. "Demagogue, a vwbjI containing bter nd other liquids." Here is one which well, now, how often jredo slam right into the truth without ,ver suspecting it. "The men employed by the gas company jjo round and speculate the meter.'' And here -- with "zwlogicttl" and "gec- hia mind, but not ready to his logicai"-i-t- he small scholar has innocently Jongue jone and let out a couple of secrets which ouht never to have bt en divulged in any n fxench. Idolater, a very id'e person. there any means of patching or resil verms mirrors which I could do al home? A. Clean the bare portion of the glass by rubbing it gently with fine cotton, taking care lo remove any trace of duet or grease. If this cleaning ba not done very carefully, defects will appear around the place reWith the point of your knife cut paired upon the hack of another looking-gla- ss around a portion of the silvering of the re quired form, but a little larger. Upon it place a small drop of mercury; a drop the sir J of h pitk'a head will be uffi:ioit for a surfice qul to the e'ts of the nail. Tne mercury spreads immediately, penetrans the am ilgam to where it was cut off with the knife, and the required piece may now be lifted and removed to the place to be Tnii is the moat difficult put of the operation. Then press lightly the re newed portion with cotton; it harden al most immediately and the glass presents the same appearance as a new American. one.-Scienti- fic Oreen't Golden Balm, sure cur for Cstirrh at 50c, at McKoberti A Slagg's. Use Green Cough Balaam for coughs and colda. Price 50c. For sale by Mcllobert A Stagg. Uw Oreen't Simpsrllla For rale lir Mcttotarti A flags at St. How la your blood? SSsi, THE a)MBINH -- ait. PRINCE. , IS-I bTALLION, I Green's Electric Oil cure all aches and palm. For sale by McRoberta A btagg at 50c. SECOND JEWEL. Thlt One, combined ttablon will make tht ra on of ISS7 at my tuble near, Hhelbr City. In Lin coln couuty, on tbe tjbelby City A Knob Lick Turnpike road, at net In loal. thsaeaaon It due. Jack, Thlt excellent tad lie italllon wit tired by Me-- I gto, be by Whip, dim a tfentuatk mare. I'rln e It uui ui triMi uiwuw iv ail) nrKut in inn kriii naturally and Is I yean old this bprlng. buck. , liand high, lie will nuts 111 season ot 1M7 My One stallion, Welch will make the scaion of atiuv stable 01 tbe new 1'reacliersrllle pike S 13S7 at my plar., known mile from huntord at Volt the lntirrnon celt no Thurman farm, ! mile fromnt ShelbyJohn Lloyd to get up, walk around mare and uck, Clly, and pay. If the mare I traded or rta.ortd from the between tbe Stanford A Dinvllle and Danville neighborhood without tttltlylng me that aha It A Husioovlll WELCH. Turnpike at colt I t?o I will also stand toy 2C03DOC, $10 TO IH8URE A LIVING COLT. or mire part high and was tired by rvuiiam, Welch, dam (lay, by Frank Wolfor ire or tookuo, record 2 W, Second dam by Joe nranrr, mi uam py a (I ray rgle hone He baa several rolu that are of fine, good alt and ilfle. and Is ini ' ,ur fo1 T1. of kind dltpcaltlon, A ledv can drive him In aaltly. He nas nttsr bandied a day for ieed bat showi good trotting action. foaled Money du when W with. "Wlen Baby alck, we Rare her Caatorla, When she wm a Child, the cried for Caatoria, When she became Miss, aha clung to Caitoris, Whan aha had Children, aha Rare them Caatoria, ni $15 tho Season, At $7. on tbe same terms at the horst. He It 3 rears old tblt till, 14 handt 3 Inche high, fine He wa tired by Arch length and good form Walker'ajack.outof n.y old jsnnsl. Will limit to 23 mare tbli Spring. ...wlch S batdi or $20 to (Insure. SILAS AXDEIISOX. A young widow, still sprightly and very charming, the mother of a little boy six years old, was courted and won by a phy- sician, The wedding day approached and she thought it best to inform her boy that he waa to have a new father. Bo calling him to her, she said: Bennie, I am going to do something be fore long that I would like to talk about with you " 'Wht u it, ins?" am going to marry Dr Brown in a few days and" "Bully for you, ma, does Dr. Brown know ii?" MY FINE JACK, MCEL.HOY, The widow concluded that it was unnecAt $tO on the same condition aa shore. He haa essary to continue the conversation. proven blmaelfto be a itirwirior hmolnr. hawlnr Will 1 'I eeond Jewel la andPidiuikk a blood bar, with black man and tall, 18 hand 3 Inches high, with fine style and action. Uo la C rear old thliaprlng, wa aired by Lewi Cunning, No. 3011 Standard Under Itule 7 (A. T.'R ,Vot. V ) will atand ham'a Jawsl, b by the famous old Wishing ton Denmark. Flrtt dam, Minnie, by MoDonald'a Halcorn; tecond dam by Well' Ciuuder; third n dP. b'. aaddl UT' Crockett; fourth dam a mare, pedigree unknown. Mr. U. C. Parrln'aUld Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, Two mil from LadcaMit. on th8toforJ plk t waa a premium animal from a colt up to an aged Tsbr Ericsson (6 In 2.3011st,) br Membrlno Chief, by Membrloo Paymuter,dam the dam ol Oollab, mare, becond Jewel has been shown 31 time and 1.30. Ilia son ind 22 and hla daughters are the worn tb allck tie SI t!me-dfe- ted only three TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON dam of II la the 2.U luu time. Erlcaaon la half brother to Eric, record ot will alto Hand at tbe same liable, Ih fine With privilege of return In ISM, or 130 Iniurtnce. at a and sold to llsbert Honner at young Jack, that age lor $10,000. Arthur 81ms U by (Jen. Knot, UO. he by Verdam bv tiodoc, by old Pilot, sire ot Pilot, Jr., lit mont llrro, Ac. Ill dam wa Arthur, by (12ln 2.31 Hit) Pilot ilre--l the dam of Jay Eye Bourbon Chief, by Mambrino Chief, by Membrlno Hee,2:IU; Maud B.2.t8 Nutwood and 21 In tbe2.M)llt. MsmbniiO Chief sired LaUT Thorn 4f H to Inmtrr a Lire Colt. H I coal Paymaster, Ae. Arthur Sim It a bay, UM hand, Inches hUh. He waa tired br smul blaie, right hind toot white, baled la 1J5J. Brigooll black, 14 band Woodhrd Membrlno Flak's Marabrlno Chief 2.29, JUy Ilenrr Caldwell' Young Black Hawk, he by Velocipede, He la a handsomely finished coll and bred to atay , and promise well, Hhaben handled a littlethe haadsoca Black 2 29K. Membrlno HUr 2.23, Membrlno Pilot be by lUbtiUon's carapton. be by Imp. MamIh t trains of moth. HI dam waa by Stlgall' 2 27, North Htar 2.26. Black Hawk; II combine Hawk and stout Mambrino Chll bmllle. and la a la a soild black. 1C hand high, second dam wa raised by Stile Maxwell and wa Erlcaaon, Jr., and weigh 1.200 lb. He It a horse that rtcom-men- d an Imported Jack. Money due when the colt I desirable stock hone, and on hla alre'a tide trace himself even If he had no pedigree. But loaltd or mars pirUd with. Lien rslsloed on ail twice to Imp. Meuenger and twice on bl dsm's Id. poascadng the blood that he does should make him colt till aeaaon charges are paid. Mare kept In aur manner desired, at owner'a one of the grandest staUlooa In Kentucky. Serraaiurag win te rurnlthed al reaionable rate. risk. .T. A.E f.Kf.V, Parting with mare forfeit! the Insuranee. vice lee will be Lancaster, Ky, C T.SANUtDiir, bhalky City, Ky. TO INSURE A MAKE IX FOAL. $15 Ocn.Knoa, 110, Standard Under RuIsS, Ih lire ol Arthur Sims, was bred by Danlal Huitl. Bridg. Parting with or moving mi re out ol the port, VL. and wa foaled In 1333. H wa by Yermout Hero, III. 11 dam by Searcher, ton of Barney Hen renders money due. rr, 2nd Hunaden Mare by Hill's Sir Chariot, too ol Will aiao stand Da roc. Becord2 public trial al 16 years eld ARTHUR SIMS, " lllr, ERICSSON, JR., d nJ m the asm lennt WILLIAM L i LK, at ll hands high and hastred by Lyle'a Imported Jack, and out of a good Jennet. . MS. "' Jack. ""'osundmyP'' lie ta as.year-oM- , .5. black, OKOROKIi, F.XULKJ1AX. SILVER KING Will make the prtaent Mason at my alibi on mil from Stanford on the Stanford nd Hniton-Til- BLACK HAWK, Idr Turnpike 4 l 2:t, At 010 to 111 Insure a JLlvlng Celt. band high, a beautiful ma hogony bay, with fine mane and tall and a perlect modal and a natural aaddl horw. .Sired by Hubble' Denmark, known at On Tim. Flnldain, Mellla MounU. by Cabbie's Lailngtoo, nod dam by Young America, he by Taylor's Mettenttr; third dam hy Mlllcr'a Denmark which give him a double cross of Ibe beat aaddl stock in lbs world; fourth dim by John Blunt, on of tht beat mm hone of hi day, fifth dam by Waxy. Will yean old. It ntlgh-borho- 4 (U Six years ago Hon George R. Peel, ol joining counllea and 1 also a good Jennet Jack. He la 13 high, nearlr Topeka, formed one of a company of eight pulnta and hands make up litblack, with mealy general claaa. which organized the town of Garden City, JE. h. POWELL, Kansas. He subsequently sold his interest A 2m!lca from Huitonfllle, on the IIuitonTllle Libert j Turnpike road, Lincoln county, Ky. for $625 and thought be had made a big speculation, as he cleared $400 by the trans THE FANCV SADDLE STALLION, acticn. Mr Peck's one eighth interest would in cash over $900,000. readiiy bring to-d- ay produced some ot th beat mule In this and ad- John W. Harris, who recently died at Wallace Denmark 15 ! ! r, St' tircuma'aices: There are a good many dinkeys in then logical garden" "Booie of the beat fossils are found in theological cabinets " f N A western PP tel'a its readera how to ' "mind their IV in the following paragraph: "Parsons who patronizs papers bould pay promptly for the peruiary prospeculiar power in pect,! of the press have a poshing forward public prosperity. If the pecket-oo- k printer ia paid promplly and his plethoric by promptly psytog kept pstrons, he puts his pen to paper in peace, w paragraphs are more pointed, he paints eyents in more hb pictures of passing colors and the peruaal of his paper pleasing this ah. pleasure to the people. inP.te a proml philosophy proyerbial ' nIeceof .ant place where all can perceive it. Tt.a "Monroe doctrine" is the one br Jamea Monroe, filth President declared of toe United State, in which he entang-U'policy of "neither lie American ouwetvea In the broils of Europe, nor fferlng the powers of the Old World to and interfere with the i ffiirs of the new," attempt to extend their system to that "any hemisphere would be wmj portion of this peace and safety." dangerous to our tad m l ! - V 4 i Thirteen years ago a hospital was s'arted discarding the fe London on the plan of of alcohol except where eiery other a beginning only jbmcs failed. Blnce the of tenssof thousands have faux caste out treated with alcohol, and the percen-tot recoreriee has been much larger tkia in any other hospital. had The Upper Michigan Penintula snow fall of the sewon Mon- leafiest ia to g, 1673 Ii a rich mahogony bsr hnndj nigh, beary mine and tale, I atrlcllr I both a natuiul and pleasant bned fancy, and a more uniform breeder of tiddlers can not be found tyle lie I higb-taTheJackaat $H to In Hurt- - Colin 4 mouths on both aide to he third genTallon, I backed old. Mare tradtd with or tuovid oil makes money upbr tboroujth.brnli on batn b'iIot. inaklns him due.th e colls stand good twelve months lor reason ' Terr active and apriichllr n gilt. In lonu ami .. Ml. O. I USE It. ". flnlib a perleH mcdel. He was xlred by the n bl i eumpter DeumnrK, be lir doldard'a Deniuiric, be by Galnea A Crainwcll i Pmuark, h by the race horo Denmark, he lir Imported IleiUeford Ula lit dam waialreJ by Sir WalUce, bo by T. L Wilkur rjiya tb it quail tua t.ken Wallace, he by bir Albert (tliorough-brttecond dam by irxuilu (dam ol Vlnilulut Up with up w,th tne caickenn tit ins grand Tranby, thorough-brpd- i br be by the celebrated fttherV, Lytle McHitton, uer 8part-,anMaion' llnlp, 3 dam a Whip mare Will make feed aid ront aal imitate them hs fir n miles Irom ihetajniif 1S37 at mj (arm, 3' lluitonrllle, near Carpenter'i nation, byBay Stallion maided lo?. IG haods high, Is Messenger Chief, 1st dim by Vermont pjenio c. He says the quail whips every and wll, be permitted lo aerve mare at Jr, 2 dam by Imp. Scythian, 3 dam by Bonner' Gray News. Kaale, 4 dam by Onitott'a Telrgraeb rooster on the NdtNOii $10 $12.30 lo lili lire Messenger C ilef, 2lu239 list, by Ab dallab Pilot, dam br Mambrino Meuenger, 1 dam Colt. Est. Dr. P. J. Breckinridge once naked by Mambrino Cnlef 3 dam by Imp. Napoleon 4 dam by Tempoet: Muesouger Chief sired Maud his mother if she bad not been too strict Mar.'t commuted to my tae and breedlog will my personal attention. Oraii furulihrd at Messenger 2 16' j; Marvel 2 28; Out 2,23 and many with her boy Her witty reply wa: "Who reaionable rates, to be paid for before tbe remor othen deitlned to win lame on the lurf. Noretponilblllty fur Abdallah Pilot, by Alexandir'a Abdillab: dam na whipped out three better preachtra of mate.Parting with mare forfeit accidents or tbe Inturaneo. Biandina, by Mambrino Chief; iccond dam York Ledger. 2IJ,) by Parker'a Br.iwn Pilot. Abthan I hav.?"-r- ew J. STEELE O ARPEN TER, dallah Pilot aired Plckard 2.18K; Ited Jim S year oldrecotd 2 28; Menitnger Chief sired Maud Arnica Salve. Bucken's 2.IC. ! The beat Salra in the world lorCuta. Brulees Alexander'a AlJallah, by Ryadyk'a Hanibte-tenladam Katie Darling. Alexander'a Abdal Sores, Bait liheum, Fsrer 8orea, Tetter, Chapped Maid 2.14, Iloaallud 2.2IK; lah sired Handa, Chilblains, Corns and allBkln Eruptions, Will muke the soaion at my atable on Kuih Thoradale Goldsmith 2 22K; Major Ed all 2.29; St. Klmore 2.30. He also atred Almout, Belmont, Belaora, and positively curea Plica, or no pay required. I, Blanch pike, at Snelby Chief, together with the dami of Jerome la guaranteed to gUe perfect satisfaction, or monoy 2 Eddr 1MM. refundal, Prtco 25 cents per bos. For sale by $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. 2.23i,etc. Katie Mlddleton 23. Kill Thundtr Meaaenger Chief, Jr , will mtke the preaent seaPenny A McAllater. Ha Is a deep bay. 3 yean old. IS handi and ft Inches blgh. Sired br Lyle's Wilkes, the tire of son at my place VA miles from HustoQvllle on tbe What Can Be Done ? Msttie Wilkes j.j7, Vernon L., trisl 3.1 CU; laa Bradfordivllleplke,t By trying again and keeping up courage many hill 1.10, be by George Wllken 3.71 with S3 in a 30 a full 810 TO INSUBE A LIVING COLT things seemingly Impossible may be attained. Hit. 1st damZilka, sired alitor to Maud sold tor f 7 000, by 2nd Hiawatha, by Hundred of hopeleaa eases ot Kidney and Liter Hlavrsths, son of Imported Albion, dan Duchess Money due when colt la foaled or mare parted Complaint hare beeacured by Electric Bitters Mini, by Mambrino Meaaenger, dam by Tina, br with. Marei will be pastured at 12 per month, Mambrino Messenger, aire of General 11. reiponilble for accident. after ever jthing elie had been tried In vain. Bo Thomas, who aired tfcatt's Tbomai a at Geo Lady but I will not and UMAX. K. MIA COHustonviiir, don't think there is no cure far you, but try; Elec K. a 3rd dam Downlng'a bay Meaaenger, aire tric Bitten. There Is no medlolne so safe, so pure of Lady Martin 33 and Jim Porter 3 3li, 4th Young Jefliraon (a picsi) Sib dim by My Stallion, and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Hit ten dam by Commodore. Hum's will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of d Will altoatand a Jack an I a good the KUneys. Invaluable In affections of Stomach broeder li hand btgh Will make the present season at H. NttlTH vnd Iirsr, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. At 1)8 Colt ! nAVOilMAX'N,'imlefrom SUnMrd. on the Largs Bottle only 50 cents a bottle at Penny 4 Soraer.et pike at $tO to itinure a McAlUter. Sired brSllggall'a Jack, Itouihii IteaJy, waa by colt, urns toodltlona a above. He Is a fine com urn uaoe; tai uam uj eupeuor jiiinnwm, ne by mncu norse, iu oanu nign otgooa style anl ac Excitement in Texas. Royal Mamjioth. lion and baa proven hlmtetf a splendid breeder. Money due at weaning time or when mare jr. K. 11 A vaitMA.x Grest excitement haa been caused In the vlclnl O. V. ( I l'EX it. Unaloovlllle, Ky. ty of Paris, Texas, by the remarkable recovery of parted with. Mr. J. B. Corley, who was so helpless he could not turn la bed, or raise his hoad;erery body said he FREE TO ALL. wm dying of Consumption, Atrial bottle ot Dr. IsBEl F nUfffiiAN, Our Illustrated riant ami l King's Hew Discovery was sent him. Finding re Catalogue (in) pagei) with prices of tbo choicest D Ti IV T.' I fc '1 Ilei, hs bsught a large bottla and a bos of Dr Plants Heeda.llulb- - Itooti King's Nsw Life Pllli.snd by the time be had hruall rulUi,Urni-Vlnen- , Hlirulii, Km rL'trciii. tc , BTANrOBD, KY, taken two boxes of PHI and two boxes ot the Dls Mill bo mailed FltK.K to co very he was well and bad gained In flesh thirty-all applicants.. halNftu.'-tloOOce-So- uth ilie Male Street, two a t;uarantc-dAddrett pounds. Trial bottles ot this Groat Discov.w the Myers Hotel. six NANZ Sc NEUNER, Purj Mliroai Oxide G11 admtnlitsr-- i ery for Conjumptton free at Penny A McAIUten Galveaion in the 77th year of his age, was a native Virginian. Foi nearly 50 years he waa h mail mulshed pracucioner in win courts of Texas, was the first attorney (jen- eral after ailmi'ston to the baton anil secured the enactment of important las in the Mature in 1S11. foaldrdMayl, fine and tancr, Colt. Mod. AmoDg Ibeiet of Oen. Knox with rwordi In due w.anlng tlm or when mare I parted wnn. tie I a brown Jack with wblls points, S 2.J0 or better, ere tbe following: lady Maud 2.181-,- , yeanold In June, full IS handt high. lUwtasJr. make the season ofl8S7 at my liable on tbe Camr2.1'j lodependenrw 2 21V, Ollbert Knoa Emperor pike leading from Stanford to Crab Orchard, 3 2.2tJ Knoa Boy Knoa 2.27',; Knoa2 29Vi; Victor ed br AUIn's King William and be by King Phil Up, first dim Black 8atlnJnnl, ahel sired by 2 21; 2.23, Peacsful 2.ZG, Harry rpank King mile from tb latter place. Phillip, txcond dsra by Morerastl and he by er2 30; Messenger Knox 2 30 Ills tons, Col. ISelglnm waa brougnt fnra Ohio at two-yea- r, Jim Porter. This Jsck hi proved hlmaell lobe a Coupon, Cromwell, Eclalre, l.mperor Will old ani la now 6. He la t Norman, a beautllul (ien. Knox. Jr , (ien. Llghtloot, Ullbreth, fin breeder Scerilofbl culu last aeaaon at dapplegray, heary mane and tall, of good style lm, Jules Jurgensen, Knox Boy, Lon Morris, weaning lime brou'Utoo Bundrr.ldn.lirs. and action, and hu proven hlmselfagool breeder, Knox, E. A' VA ItHlH, several ol hi colt having been kept for stallions. Phil Sheridan, Bl hlmo, Whalebone Knox, and Woollord Knox have aired the following, with Hlanford, Ky. William James, 'Squire A. K. McKlnney, who record of 2 30or better: Iron Age 2.1V1-- , Capital hare hla colls, are referred to. Walton 2 2V Jack, Mogul. It 9 ynrs 'old. blck, with Cbarie Irank F 2.26',; Nelll Tbe 11 Fanny bt. Wallace 2.V-'- ; wkltanose, wualrsd bya Madison jack. I don't !Mhalr2 2.27, Maud Muller 2 2.'4, Kitty Morris know the Hock, but know he Is a guod mule Jack. 2 SO: Hralj 2 271. Ollbreth HI dim was Black Hawk, ho U quick and a good Maid Oiub .27; John S. 2 27' Shadow 2V.S, Hamb'n knoi Sa, breeder. Copelaod 2 30, Black Ileal 2.30, Arthur T. 2 30, Black Hawk Is a solid black, t yea. old, Tbli flnoitalllot will make tte season of 1317 at Nitia, picer, 2 2J(, Hoieity, peer, 2 22','Ac 211. banda blgb, will abow icven colli Hilt tpiirg, a lew my firm, 3 miles from Stanford on the Stanlast spring are very fine niulit ford and Danville plk Tbe bone will ttand at 2.-- BELGITJ :m:, AM) 2 JAOKN, alMiUndat thamvpUca my floe Jack, 1. Sl, STEVE WALKER, At $iO to Inmurr a y at Urttw J. J. it. 23, 2.ij Vermont Hambletonian. II'; siotoiiiMiirencoitioiiiijHoiiii MESSENGER BREEZE ! -- AT 8IJ5 TO 1M Itr. A COLT. l ll d) MESSENGER CHIEF, 1 1 JR pWce--Offe- o or tho nnro a Living In. Kuil brolbtr lo Maud Mrascusir 2 ', istig.r Chief, tire ul Maud MttMtirtr ui I mi by Hrwj,lre ol lVitl I ID Aleiander'sAi-djt-la2rd duo Xlltyltltrii, tnodam ol llrrllc (.Irl, recordof linhiilcs, 4 year ol I record I i 6 3rd dam by Its) Ja Let, sire of tba dam of , Wllke Kectucky Metseneer Chirf. br Abdi'lib l'llol. dim br Mambrino Mrasenger, 2d dam by Mambrino Cblei, .VI ill by Imp, Napoleon, 4th dam by Teuipret. Messerc-- r Chief aired 'laud Messeug-- r 2 Marvel 2 23, (tut 2 2J, and many othira deitlonl I ln ftme on tbe turf Abdallah Pilot, by Alexander' Aulallab dam Biandina, by Mambrino Chief, 2nd dam toia llndadam illM, by Parlor's Itrown Pilot Ah dallab Pilot slrwf IMiLaul. 7 18', Kid Jim, 3. year old record 228, Messenger (.bid sired Maud I 1 ' deullo ! ld 111 Konnoy Wilkes Slea-seng- n, Alexander' AtIallh, by ltyid)ka Hambletu nlan, dam Katie Darllrg Airxaiilrr' Alllbh alrid (liildsmllh Mld 2.14; Ito Ind 2 21, 1 horn. dale2 22Ja, Major Kdiall, 2.2J, St I.lmore 20 He also surd Almcnt, Belmont, llilsora, Shelby Cblef, together with the dums ol Jerome Lddy 2.IG KaileMlddklon2 21, Bill Thunder my. etc. Bed Jaiket, bv Cciuet.aon of Sherman Morgan, 1U.I Jacket dam by a son of Sherman Morgan waiavery finished hone of elegant trotting ac prouueeu nemucxy ivu.ca, tion, iiiiuaugnter 2 .1, alao the dim of Ited Wilkes, aire of Pnii Tbouii'on,2IC4, alio the dam of So bo 2 17V,. Gentle Rreertf, tiro of Pearl 2 30, also lire 01 the dam of Maud Meuenger 2 10, by Whirl Wind, record 2 H0'' aire of Karkii record i 2.V-- , Udy Mae record 2 73 a double croaa of Jlirengerz ic1 Will-lam- 1 1', J. well-be- JO ABDALLAH, to Insure (jIC-jw- .) Living hi progeny, Maud Mesaengtr, hit full ililer, won mure money In 131 than any hone on the American turf. Theaerrlce fee will be red bay, 16 hand muscular and strong, of a ipedy conlormstlon and there does not sxln on Kentucky toll a fluer aprliuen ol tbe trotting bred hone and coming ai he does from a producing family, bis lire, hltdam and bis grand-daall being producers of speed, he ii Just the kind of a horse to make a tailing Impression on 1 of Morgan. Meaaenger Breeze Breeder, will olxorve that Metseuger Breer baa Abdallah, a double tro of Mini-brlChief and through Ited Jacket a double cross a beautiful wall-brewell-kni- t, no high, to-d- m fllir $30 10 INSURE A MAItl. IN FOAL. Money duo when tho fact Ii aierlalned, or mare parted with rr bred lo another burst'. Will miV. the season ol IS87 on the (arm of ltOIlEUTSIvA LISTEil, About 1 mile from Stanford. b-- .I'UOTJJON roculM aal ul ssBHBirutun. strdestybrthi UTtssCtadalCa. Cinolnnatl.l Ohio. rCr.,lo rl TO t IIATS. n knmnlauil li.jaoith.il sni (.Iter. UMo sell fonlllf. stle.sndln every ft hiigltcn.atiif.ui n A I.Ul, Alc.lt " onm.nJ TDurUttlhrt. rinilr we ccrditllr DBSt'ltlPTION AND PKDIdltl.h Vermont Ilamb eloulan Ir a black bone, foalrd In 1847, tlx tern binds blub, two white fet behind sired by William Wo'.h, by llyidiks llamblitonlan, 1st -dim Katie Grime, by GUI' rninut Jnd dam Black 'win, by llilm s orkklit c, by Imp, 3rd dam Little by Wagner, by Mr narxs, ny nir Arcnr, iu nam 1. si w npred, br imp i.iiiiu.u, nui u. vj acaniei, bin uam by Grrendilvcr, 7lbdam by Maryland Pbicalx, Sth dam by lUliutbal, "dim byhllky, by Huwel, (Stic Kmlly.Spml In llruce'sSlud Book Vol I, page 391 Vermont llambletoulan Ii a doe big horse, with floe style and gid bune, and ture brrolnr, slretl by William Welch, tne sire ol Prince Imperial. i.flli, Jeremiah ...J' BrisluT mi Irot In 2 30or betler. William Welch wat tired by Uyatlyk 1 llrinbletonlan. private rtconl V lstdimih. .l.m of Itoden'a Prince, 2 27, and by Imp lruslit?(scn ot vviiu-'- j Kuti ..in ui iwrui) nine irottir. Trui- uj- -, iuuu uy a Kin 01 aiamtiimo, uy imp Mtiwiu. ger, Vermont being a grand ion ot the great dyk'a Hambletonian, the grandest aire living, and Gtll'a Vermont coinblo d, birked by borough-brwwill luikeadnestoca borsn, Hysdyk Hambletonian, by Abdallah, sou of .Mambrino dtm by Imu Blirouoder,2 dam by lllthop' Hambletonl' an, 3 dam by Imp. Mriaeoger, GUI' Vermont, by Downing' Vermont, aire ol the dim ot Knlgina 2 If, lit dam by Columbus (tlarkley'ilton ol Columbus, sire ol Confidence 2 28; 2nd dam by Benrand, aire of the dam ot Nellie Gray 2.24; 3d dam by MaUliletit, ilr of the dam of Climax 2 31. GUI' Vermont I the lire of Bonner Boy 2 23, Blick Maria 2.26J, , Lady Oak and Logan 2.40; also aire of itie uama ol Gambetta Wllko 2 .il.The King 2 L a23'4,Oullw2 28K,i'earl2S07u.lrDavl.2 3IK Lady Palchen 2:W, Hnd y Gentleman 2 4JW. and sir. 01 ih. dam of Phil Thoiunaon 2,1CJ(, Uvatlyk'a Hamoietonlan, by Abdallah, aire olSIr Walter 2.77. lit dsm by Cba. Kent mare by Imp. Belllounder; 2nd data One Cre.br Iltahop Ham. hltonin;8rd dam ellverlr.ll by Imp. Meaaenger. Uyidyk'a Hambletonian It the lire ol Nettle 2,13. and 37 othere with reconli 012 30 or holier; also 01 the damaol Trinket 2.11, and Jlotbera with of2.80 or bettor. Vermont (Downing) by Hill's Black H.wk. sire of K'han Allen 2.2K Vermont (l)ownlng's) Is Ire of tbedsms ol hnigma 2 2. anil also aire of thedam of Mambrino Bruce, tho siro of Holla Wll. ton 2.28JJ. Hill' ulack Hawk, br bheiman Morgin. Dam a fast trotting mare. Hill' llla-- k Hawk I. thi tlroof llelleofSaratogai.J., Laniet 2.27, Ethan Allen 2 2S, and Young America 2 13. ami Is aire of the dsm. of Blanche 2.23, Gen Tweed 1 Tenneesee 2 27, and also the loun lorol th Black Hawk family, that bu U tho male treat and andlemalellno4of 2 10 or better represent. Columbus (Ilaikley's), brOld Columbui, Confidence 2 2S. Dam, a Mcwettg-- r Mar,. ,r9 0 Old Culurabua. 2.4K.ci)nvertl pacer. Irouglit fiomCaMada. blroolConUienrc 2 21. Coh Navigators 81, Itonrond 2 3.44 and' 1 ou g York-slilir 1 111 1 It. l, 2.-.- Balric2li, ..n.i Ken-luck- 4i roc-or- di M1UmVi?"'",nd?,0,lr',,)f 287), 27, l. t tired li 1 llulwn V. Y -- LOUISVILLE. KY, Itqul'al Soltyr)rj;;il M.. it.ou. builsthefoundirolibeCoiuiubiia fitolly. which blol wa. totno i:u -- hatsho Pilot blood was lo Kentucky. TIION.V. itOHIXSOS, siKnfrd Ky Vuf'V""' 'ie n" or belter formers) 01 t"" Purl" lmlte N.2.2! )(, Aamolia "" (oung Columbus lutio lire 2.4(1,ll 2 30 of ai"1 ,1M t'. ons Old Volum i -- r.t.,...t'tfV.,1 "V"' ' --Tln' .. I'