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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887041501 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. Smi voL.xyi. fbltthea IBUANNUM,OA8H. 0 llkckln imtefl STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1887. CRAB ORCHARD, mtfti For Sale at a Bargain. I offer lor sals privately In Stanford, Ky., a very dnalrable residence with aeveo rostni and porch Well of water at the door; stable, smoke hou-e- , Ac. About an acre of ground In tbe lot. terms, Ac., apply to it. O. ALFORD, 16.3- Agent for J. It. AUord. 3fr ISO. 220. a light when he come back to behold him and "the children" three staggering up from the train "loaded to the guards" with parcels various-- , the unpacking of which, In TiieMrtayit tnut Prliiaw the parlor, under the bright swinging lamp -- iT aflord aa ureal delight a If Santa Claua had just disgorged the contents of his pack Ha upon the fl or and told ut to help our will be undsretooa If wtcttdlt lhaVU.W selves, Hugh, dear boy, ha to be abent PttteJ and demanded. on dutv , up and down the road, oftener than suits pleasure, but he never grumbles, W. P. WALTONand rushes in whenever the train drop him, bright ai n May morning, and readr to carol a son?, inttantcr He sing like a O. nightingale the softest, sweeteat tenor you ever heard. The "young one" do bare a I rtnew mr youth QOD IS 18 LOVE And NOTHING ELBE good time together. looking at thero. Krer in Jenne, Oko. (). I!ai:kk- lltA.JH13 THIS LOUD. LINCOLN COUNTY. Ml. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. GEORGE BARNES Aiiril 8. lbS7 naugh are very sick.- - Dr. Bronaugh has make him run somewhat faster. -- Whnl Iim become of our proposed -- I hare now raoonil McGimb , lNTr.iiion.-r- he A dwelling house owned by James been up to see them. Little Bertie James meeting prolracted beyond nil expectation macadam zed elmli hss been quite sick alo. Miss Loreua Burton and occupied by DanQumn at Liv- A Full Lino Of Whoat Drills and -- At the reading room of the Women's Hardin is couGind to her bed with roseola ingston, was burned Tuesday night. to the 10th dav, U bpfti marked by even It othor Agricultural Implomonts, than the Gr- -t Cntislian Temperance Pnion, an eicetlent adecperinlercKi.irpoMibla, Mrs. Perrin, of Garrard, and Mrs caught from a defective flue. Loss $000; DIKECTOIlfci: 13 cents, Besides a West, ol Illinois, are visiting Mrs. Ilarri-so- insured in a Freeport, HI., Company for After our departure, the old, old occurrence '"och could le had Monday for The branch oflhe of the I.NTEiiloi; J. M. UlfHJINBOTHAM, came to paw; the ,,wolW ome In, "not Thurman. Mrs John Magee has j aid- $500 Mr. Dud Wallen, of Gum Sulphur, Fall Line ol Baggies and! Wagons LEWIS V. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALKEK, " Of coiiroe thi i from Joi'nNAr. at this place is in f5 on a good ed her husband and is now at her father's. eparlng ihe tl ick 8. JOHNSON, J. W. LOTAN, Who else Mr. and Mrs. John Slavln are guests of who has been In Virginia in the book busi- Always on hand. In connection with my Im- J F.HUBBLE, our standpoint. From the other side it "lk i" front of public square L. plement buslnoas, I will also carry a T.M. AilKOLD, ness for the last two years, is at bis father's. for that purpose, B. Q. MULLIN&. J03.8IMPiON, would b described at an ultempt to up "as that amount Mrs. 1 W. Jones. Mrs. Aggie Rhinehart Complete Stock of Lumber, He will go to Maryland shortly. R. L -- A blind negro named Jamea Leonard is visiting in'Owen-bor- o Mr. Hinman, of root Mat or dangerous error. Kich side Schooler, of Garrard, wns here Sunday visBoth rough ana dressed. Prices on everything as must bjatlowallintrivnr thought and ex was distributing his cuds on our streets Danville, paid C 0. a II; ing visit. iting his daughter, Mrs. L. B Adams. raking In the nickels of the j. m. HiGaiNBornAM.rr.EjT. and the "judgment er.it of Christ" Tuesday and gentlemen you predion Mr. Carson, thoe young Low an any one. 'quire Mullins is able to be about after h s LEWIS V. LEAVELL, the Gnal charitably inclined alone can settle autborilatltel-brought from the depot last Sunday greatly I solicit asharoof your patronage. Respectfully, spell of sickness. J. P. SANDIFER, CASHIER, -J- ohn and Tom Stringer, for shooting Hut when right and wrong ol the mailer complained of the sun almost biking them. B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. While the subject of natural gas is ba I. JM. JlltVCE. b ck we fjunJ swe he rt "fall Jim Mullins and John Evan, at Pittsburg, Get a new cirriage with a top, lTacle Arch, we came ing discussed we might mention the fact e held to answer at the next term of ing thorn fir fsu," to whim wa returned and we'll venture to assert that in a very -wlthacaofirmlngword.juit in the nick of circuit court in bonds of G0 and $1,000, short space of time they'll all come often that a few yeais since while digging a well in this place on the property of Mrs. Nanwork bat set- - repectivelr. time. I trust this ten enough to more than balance the cost of it Isn't it getting about time our uisgniS Remember there are abiut six of them who cy Proctor gas was struck at the depth of tlrd for Itfe thscooTlctlont of many who -- ') feet in a volume sufficient to burn for court-hom- e was beiog surrounded else bad been waverer to the end of the cent new come every week to see our pretty girls some minutes when ignited from a lighted for the by a nice iron fence, or something more be and they all want to ride in style. I'mIsb tin dmr LOUD chapter match placed to the opening. Coal oil wsb Gttiog its brauty than the rough board fence precious optortunity. I think It is abund A certain young lady, who Is a very also skimmed from the water and placed in now enclosing ii? ant proof of the truth of the gospel we pro regular attendant at our Christian Sunday-schoolamps, in the crude state and burned with Fishing is said to be fise in the Cum Mat in. that it holds its owi In heart and was abient last Sund ty, and when of the whole, pis ; berland now. Heveral of our sparls bare questioned about it, replied that she had almost as much brilliancy as refined oil. life, despite the education Some enterprising person with some capithe 'killing letter" ol the word, and the lken in Williamsburg, a few Gsb, some re her bings in curl pipers as she was expjet-intal to invest might do well to investigate. verecalda and many Innocent belirTers in psraisleul nd G ry awaults of piston, her "fellow" on the evening train and wander- - big flih stories In the put few .lays. known, trusted and beloved. No BRODHLAD, ROCKCASTLE COUN TY. could not take them down. This is cerWonder if Hrothei M., of Mt Vernon, ing troupe ol sit angers, holding brief Mil tainly a joke on her; we'll not tell who it is , The meeting of the I O. G. T. on last intended a thrust at London when he spoke ces, announcing startling docirmet, vanish- but advise Mr. W. not to let her know the Saturday evening was largely attended and impress of the wonderful growing prosperity of his I... n .far. nlulit.cin account for next time he is coming. Another young notwithstanding the absence of several I little village' We've got the growth Inn. nrodoceil with uot irviue uniforoilly lady here is so fond of Foxes that she actumembers who were on duty, the exercises I on coramunltiei d'tbrtng widely in culture all the same, .tod don't you forget it. ally has two young ones for pets and keeps were interetting and five new names wera Past Dictator A. U. Brown is attending and intelligence, and scattered over ewy (hem in her pit, too. added to the roll of members. latitude and aone tiniest the eternal truth the meeting of the Orand Lodge of Knights On last Monday morning Miss Bena CURRENT COMMENT. of Ui I lav at the billow of tho proolama , ol Honor .n Louisville. Mrs. May Hell, of CraWford called her friends to her bedside visiting here, tiot.anJ its power struck with unmlstaka , Pleasant Valley, has beru Not even birbed wire will make a fence and bade them farewell, telling them that ble force upon chords In the hunnn boom, Mr Schooler, of Ourard, was here Mon. safe enough to keep Dr. Btandiford out of she was going to heaven, and requesting implanted br OoJ Himself and ever res day. Mr. Beck's nice little Senatorial paddock. them not to gr'ere for her. Sae is atill livNot one of the something less than a landing to the touch of His truth, as the Louisville Times. ing, but her physician says there is no thousand candidates for Stale oHices has strings of an instrutnwt lo the performer The New York Sun is making a desper- chance for her recovery. Miss Laura Van-boo- k thought enough of Laurel county to set .Lin is at present improving. jil" during the cam- - ate effort to raise an organized opposition foot Ojr tickets wsrepurcba'ed in New q. '.t.r.Mon her "virgin Wanted To know where B. H. Conn htta.il All IIJU .a..... .ill.. will lfu utniu to the renomlnation of President Cleve. .111 tl..i diuiu leans for Tupelo, in the northeast earner ol iil,(ij land, but the Sun will succeed no better In was on last Sunday. Mrs. Steve Collier, of ln tne approacn.ng ma,, convention. the State, with the privilege of a few dajs' "oui lSbS than it did in ISM. The day of the Hazel Patch, and Mrs. Jennie Roberts, of This halt has length atop-cat McComb Constitution At. Proiiiiii Sunt influence has passed. Owensboro Gum Sulphur, are visiting friends near Defeat or ened Into ten days, and now we are to go to TlON The defeat of the prohibitory Messenger Bee Lick. Mr. A. G. lalbott and family l Dim Iihom Jackson next. Farmer John D.Harris is a man of the will move to Shelbyvile aoon. J. H. Van amendment as regards the sale of liquors ii..iki e. and we are clad of the change in in Michigsn is one which should be wel people, honest, leyelheaded and capable, hook is at Junction City on business. Miss our programme, which doeso'l turn out to CQme(, bf cirefuly rilecunK whatev- - lie would make a splendid Governor. He Fannie Crawford, of Gum Sulphur, ia visitbe the dear LUKDB. I r th.Ir vlnws iinnn the ouestlon at issue. has made thousands ol friends throughout ing friends here. J. G. Frith is preparing This invitation to the Ctnltal is one we The dealing with the sale of liquor is, in the State, and his strength in the convento build on Front street just above the jail, were wishing for, but saw no immediate its present stage, n aubi:t for legislation tion will be very large. If tho Democrats How is this for a problem and solution? prospect of gettin., and supposed we should ratherthan fcr constitutional prescription. select him as their standard bearer their it Ur for the present. At the Prohibition is an experiment in quarters success will be unquestioned. f Louisville A man had three sons and all the property have topas be owned was 17 horses. Dyinz he made 11th hour came a very (Uttering petition, where it has not been tried, and in those Commercial. signed by the most prominent perons of whirs it hat been tried it has invariably Kentucky justice is a howling farce and a will that the oldest son should have one the city, and Including the names of the proved a failure. The most that can be murder a comedy Since manslaughter is half of bis property, the second oldest MEIMJ1IANT TAILOR, and the youngest one ninth. The Governor. Secretary of State, Attorney Gen- reasonably askeJ for it, therefore, is that only punishable by three years' imprisoneral, Supreme Judge, etc., etc., with the there shall be an attempt at its enforce- ment and ordinary assault with five, it boys were unable to divide the horses I hare received and still receiving Chamber of the House of Kapresentatives ment under the law. To carry it into State would have been better for Maasoni had he amocg them and called in a wise man to audience-room- . Praise the LOUD! Constitutions is to put it above law that finished Holcombe instead of merely crip- make the division for them. The wise man for sn We haye had reproductions of your can be readily repealed, and to recogn'ze pling him. Criminals who intend opera- had a horse ol bis own which Le added to Northern bliturds, in milder form, down that as established policy which has never ting in Kentucky should make a note of the 17, making is horses. The oldest son Comprising tbe beat In the market, which will be having been willed one Lilf, the wise man here, till .he poor gardeners have been al- vindicated its rights to be so regarded, this. -- Louisville Post. Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Dono in City or Country There are 131 life prisoners in the Ken eet apart nliu horees, the eecond having most driven to deplr. I think the Ggs Bitring this fact in mind, the adoption of was given six horses, Give 8Io a Trial. have been well nigh annihilated; the peach such constitutional amendments, however tucky penitentiary. O' these plain or pic- been willed good , honMir meant by those who vote lor them turesque murderers 4'J are "ladies" and not and the youngest having been willed one ei greatly injured, though there are a They ninth was given two horses. Thus it will Bos one of the l!ll has any employment. many yet led; and the yours corn anu ten j c.ariy mischievous in its eflects der garden vegetables frost nlppeu once and ,on ner,i,i. are having a good, easy time. They toil ba (een that the wine man would have his again. But the glorious rosea make up to not, neither do they spin, and the only horse left and the boys would all get more The Lincolna are the largest breed of sight and saell for many lois-e- s thought they take of the morrow is how than their ehnns the senses of having in earns instanvegetable kingdom Surely this sheep in the world, they may get out and slay other victims. riina7erage member of the Legislature in the ces attained a dressed weight of nearly 400 balmy South is the place where they deSome of these fine days a tender-hearte- d looks upon the railroad as h's legitimate E'ery yard is aglow pounds, eAys an exchange They yield a governor will take pity on them and turn prey. He accepts pisses as his natural light to dwell. ll ece of lustrous wool, abuit ten many tinted glories, and they beautiful them loose on society. Is it any wonder right, and concocts schemes to bring a rail with th inches in length, and weighing from S to attain here a perfection that they cannot that "Kentucky Killings" is a eort of bye- - road lobby to the capital He prepares 15 pounds. Tnev are not popular In this Ml 1 v my vffl& the land? bills of an extortionate nature, has them word and reproach throughout boast at the North ( whence they come, for The pine country, bee .use they require loa much So it will be until the hangman is given a r ferred to committees and patiently waits even under rU the most pari), The care to suit the ordinarv former. Lexington Tranecript. woods hn grandly beautiful now fair chance. for the railroad managers to appear ate! win The reason that the 4 h of March has charred aud blackened expanse, from Is a successful farmer and Mi.ht" the measures. This has been done Senator Harris ter res. has been exchanged tor a carpet of been taken for Inauguration day is that the trader, having followed these dual occupa time and time again in Kentucky, and will, The mem-bs- r softest green; and the undulating vistas, as , .econj Continental Congress provided, nine tions all his days, anu has accumulated a in all probability, be continued. through the thickly eet pino trunks, is ytatfa having theretofore ratified the pro handsome estate. He never held oflice un of the Legislature must have some seen a a compensation for his valuable something iiUecriouiy cnarming. poel ntw cinsuiuuop, mat the new gov til elected State Senator two years ago, but spent Tuesday last Gre miles 0 it, at the err.in-n- t should go into operation on the has been a member of the Democratic Stale time, and there is, to his mind, no set (f "Giampian Hills," where our good friend, first Wednesdiy of Much, 17S0, which was Committee and chairman of the Madison peop'e who can as well cQ'ord bleeding ss Louisville Pot. Dr. Hart, made us deliahtfullv welcome to March l.li. County Democratic Committee for several the railrjad men. his country seat of that name, He has a He is a thorough gentleman, mak During the trial of the l'.u murderrrs, a years. Japan has an area of 150.000 square miles barometric spring near his Jiouee, In the msn was brought as a witness from some of ing friends fast and holding them, as his or about 20.000,000 acres. This approxi-mat- e edge of the Tangipahoa river bottom, that the upper counties, who never was iu town p,esent attitude in the race for governor approaches the arei ol the State of u a wonder of a perfectly unique kind. By before and never saw a thing like a court- demonstiatot. No common man could serve California. Of this are Japan has only clear and clouded 'indications ittptollsfiM house in all his life and he was 10 years one session in the Senate and become at 12 000,000 acrei in cultivation by thespade, to H hours, the coming changes nfweather of age. once an important factor in State politics, mattock or plow. From this cultivated Barbourville News. .,H -- wvv. u with untalling correcujwn. and shows that Mr. area all the food and textile plants are grown This fact is If one bsrrel of sawdust will make ten Harris is above the average. He is a safe tested it in every way, making it a study to feed and clothe 35.000,000 people. The DLILKSSIM for many years, and has never known It to feet of lumber, and it takes five bundles of and conservative man in all hia undertak land outside of this cultivation does not how much profit a lie. But the- "why" is a profound laths to build a tell ings and as a friend "sticketh closer than a contribute by grazing to their support aa Drugs, Books, Stationery and mystery to him, as well as others! Odr will there be on a d z;n of eggs if a hen- brother." We do not know that the pea-pi- e with us, as the Japanese wear no woolen .asssssssssf-MMIIIk' m.rf wicunr rr vtv'.is. vwi' rn rr Fancy Anicms. dear cousins are dearer to us every day? It coop la dispensed with, providing hens' eggs of Kentucky will make him governor, clothing, and eat neither beef, pork, muttou it a luxury to feel one's stay bo thorough- are 20 cents per dczeo. but if they should, they would have an hon- milk, butter nor cheese. The untllled area PhTslclana' prescriptions accuratelj coraroucdod VaV,- - XUaV hag been. I AUo ly, gladly welcome as ours est and creditable executive. -- Carlisle yields them only fuel. Their 12,000,000 Ii there is a broken window to mend, th'ink Lam poated on the varying grades of the old putty with a heated blade and Mercurv. acres do even more than clothe and feed welcome, more welcome, moat welcome. thus avoid scaring the sash. Should the their 3o,000,O00 people. They yield A gentleman of this city informs us that Our vagabond life has necessarily given u fresh putty require working, a drop or so o' pounds of tea, 23,000 bales of allk, The Largest Stock of Watche3, Olooks ' vV one of the monkeys which has been breaka thorough training In this lino. Well, kerosene may bo used. and large quantities of rice, tobacco and Jeweirj ana oiiYorwuju Atilr itmnncr !m f.P.mii ll. -for Mr, Parkes, in Madison coun-ting hemp ww our cer xmaioii. i hemp for exportation. Lower The toilets of l'JO ladies who formed the supwlatlves. God bless them, is engaged to be married to one of the Ever boiutat to this market JTlresJewelrr than the ollt-edR. Illinois wheat proapects ar or three the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and College. analn, we'aay. Efery few day a Heber has cortege at a recent carnival b ill in V.enna colored lady teichers of Birea notie aud Warranted. paired on enoil fourths the average crop. Dimocrat. on business, and it is I were valued at f 1,500,000. Winchester to go down to the city nn MiK'omii. Mis. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. The sentimeot of ihe coqnty is for The Good Templars are still going forward in the good work they have begun Buckner. here. If Judge J M. Fish will consent to Mrs. Fannie Klmtston displayed at run for the Legislature he can win the her opening a very full and eelect line of race. millinery goods. A photograph gallery will be opened Last Tucsdav Mrs. Hue Holmes gave a above the store tosrn of S W Parria about big dining in honor of her birthday Some the lio;h lost. twenty odd friends were present. Samuel Ward, of Livingston, is now The new pavement in front of Mr. "prominently mentioned" as a pre bible Biilej'e store is quite an improvement. To republican caneldate for the Legislature. One of tur young men b. came so "limothers of our citizens we say, "Go thou and do likewise." ber boczy" Sunday night that he had to be Mr. D B. KJmiston has gone to Cin- nauled home in a wheelbarrow by some of cinnati to lay in a spring stock of dry his soberer comptnioni. goods. Miss Alice Hardin has returnrd The bear, mentioned in last report as from the city with a choice selection of having been seen on Skaggs creek last week has been shot at several times since but spring millinery Mrs. Will Dillion and Mrs. K II, Bro without any visible effect more than to MlXl,XVEItY. I am dally opening an elegant line ol Fall Millinery, including all The Latest Novelties of the Season. Motions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars UP' Kucn,D& Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yo will And me at the rooms lately TMated by Bmt-Is- y A Warren, next door to tho Myers House. ' lGMta KATE SiVBDEUAR. ".?. u Lircry, Training, Feed, AND SALE STABLE ! Having renttd the stable on Depot street, I am prepared to train and break horios on reasonable terms. County Court dar trade solicited. 203-C- CITIZENS NATIONAL - BANK, or JLANCASTKH, - KY. JOHN II. CAMtPBSTKB. CAPITA!. Stanford, Ky MACK BUUCE'S $l5,O0OOO Buggy & Implement House. , This Rink solicits accounts of Individuals, firm and corporations. Its facilities lor making collections, In al parts of the United States, are unsurpassed, and cutomers are at ,'all times granted any reasonablo accommodations thoy see proper to ask. We beg to offer our serrlcea to the citizens ot neighboring counties, without Banking facilities, and ansurn them thit an l.ti.mM. . us shall at all times havcrrompt anJ faithful at tention, 1 n -- r 112-l- dr' 3NTE3"W- SPRING CLOTHING. l, g ! I !Pr Considering the quality of our clothing and the prices affixed we think this department is in better condition for the purchaser than ever before. We claim the ' CLOTHING & SHOE TRADE ' I 4uc pnie ,, And will have it if fresh goods and low prices will induce you. We give exclusive attention to this line and a general stock cannot interfere with advantages we are bound to have. Post yourselves and then see us. BRTitfE & Mr ROSE Rm H. C. RUPIaJCliT, one-thir- d, New Goods for Spring and Summer one-thir- Wall Paper, Furniture, r vFtSnn) Oases, Caskets, Robes, as low as the lowest. ta Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices B. K. WEARE1V, Stanford. aelf-evide- nt mmmj IfiJiito PHARMACISTS, -- - hen-coo- p, (eJS iff -- Sa vo JEWELERS. t.i-..- y, wt ) y$tmr , ge MHJUJ4i fcr. ..... . ... aarr3aL-;g-- - -- t. I,:r. if i4 fr Reports from tho peach blossoms all oanhlle. sotle count r. AWT. dently setting scared. A muss meeting Is ever the State are to the effect that enough Mr. Rirdin, of Catlettsburg, the new After mlog the Smoke Ball two months writes e3cT-- a7w to be held at Masonic Hall is follows for the are yet alive to ensure a good crop. proprietor of Gibber's Hotel, will take Ykllvillk. Aak'.. Jan. 17. If 87. purpose booming their fayorlte, to be A bill granting women the right to CabboucBmokk Ball Company! fhave tstet your wed possession on the 19th Inst. Stanford, Ey April, 15, 1887 composedof mainly of his army friend. vote in municipal elections was defeated in Downton A Fox sold on Wednesday to fclneandcan truthfully ear this: I lure practiced medicine! i the Michigan House of Representees by rortnirtyyoari, and your Cubollc Hinoke Hall relieve CaNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Withers & Beard, of Lexington, a fine. tarrh, Aithms, Neuralgia, Croup snd Bronchitis more readily 38 to 50. W. P. WALTON. I smooth nair of anrrat olrllnr. ft old, thin any preparation; and I will say further, that nophyel-- l Sinclair Wheat, a prominent cltlztn of A vigilance committee from Brown NX cian win or can prepare a rsniedy that will giro relief as soon for $425. m A- - a L mJ Jsw Columbia, died of blood poisoning, aged county, Nebraska, overtook two young There is a quiet meeting in progress at u the Carbolic Smoke Ball lor the diseases named In your horse-thiev- es 5S years. near Sargent, Nebraska, shot W. M. NOE, M. 1). the 21 Presbyterian -Louisville, Feb, I. It is now charged tbat the cause of ac- and killed one of them, Joseph Arnold, and several additions last church. There were Sunday and several CiaiioLicfiMOiCB Ball CoMraMV-Ue- ntIf men; I hare U n tor Raymond's death was an overdose of captured the other, James Bohan, One of more will probably be received next Sun-da- asuaertrfrom Catarrh for eight yean; the symptoms were a DEMOCRATIC TICKET. morphine. the vigilantes was dangerously shot. ruunou aooui tbe bead, frequently followed with Nsuralelel Bud Williamson, a Mississippi murAn operation for bernli, where the inMr. George Carpenter and Mies Beltie pains, uavs tried numerous remedies without receiving any For the Legislature, derer, was shot to death in the jail at Rip- testines bad forced themselves into a big B. Linney, daughter of John M. Linney, of benefit. A friend Induced me to try the Banks Bill. To. DR. D. PETTCS, ley by a mob. two feet long, was performod in Loulsyill e Perryrille, obtained marriage license Wed treatment has been attended by tuoit iilLbcto if mulls. I wueve ue Of Crab Orchard. Ball Kentucky Democratic Club, of mis wees in me presence of luu surgeons. nesday and were married tbat even ing by recommend smokeall tbe only Catarrh cure, and cheerfully The It to siinVen from Catarrh IamsitliSed If uiod properly It will eiljct a permanent cure. Covington, gave a reception banquet to The operation lasted three hours and the the bride's uncle, Rev. H. M. Linney, Gen. Hewitt telle us that under the Mm v i Iteepectfttlly, e. M. HOOE, Hon John G. Carlisle. man two hours longer. Judge Ciswell Bennett, of the Court of new law the assessment of the property In With Strattou A Tenure. Hon-o- r The Grand Lodge af Knights of Walter Ridgelv, who lives near Tex Appeals, and Mies Mollle Crumbaugb, the State hie been increased $95,000,000 in lite Attorney. General ofTenneaiiee . unanimously chose J. W. fowgill, of arkana, Ark , has killed seven members of Eddyville, were married on Tuesday at 2 Aftersuflerlng with UUrrh for flfuen years and spending I y round numbers. The increase comes XWbf a great deal ol money for remedies, I prothe Murphy family in self defense and is o'clock at the residence of Logan Caldwell, nounce your Carbollo Smoke Ball the from money and stocks, which hare Hickman, Grand Dictator. belt I have ever used. Is the only reme'r I erer u that I Robeit M. Harris, who was shot in now lying desperately wounded himself. this county, an uncle of the bride. Rev, It btllere will cure Ca- heretofore escaped taxation; the value of and I warmly recommend It to over sufferer. Richmond by William Willis, his brother-in-la- The trouble grew out of an over charge by R. H. Caldwell was the officiating minister tarrb, town lots has been increased 33 per cent, MM.ARD THOMPSON, Lebanoa, Tenn. died Tuesday night. one of them for ferriage. The tiial of John Hamner accused and pereonalty 40 per cent. Under the old It is reported that nine to twelve per. The long drouth in Southeastern Tex- of criminal assault on the person of Miss law persons engaged in agriculture paid 51 Tbe coinplelotrealmeuttncliulos a Uebcllator pack aje. which should twueed In all chronic cat ai sons have perished in prairie fires in Nor as continues unbroken and in consequence Sirah Edwards Is expected to take nlsce per cent, of the entire taxes; under the new a Constitutional Treatment, Is then necwary. One Smoke Ball ton and Phillips counties, Kansas. there is much suffering. Cattle are perish- to day (Thursday) County Attorney Har contains betheen W and 400 doecs. the proportion has been reduced to 46 per The Hygeia Hotel, at Old Point Com ing by hundreds and the people are in ma- ding prosecuting and Mr. C. II. Rades for Price 82, Debellator , cent. In addition to this the rate of taxation baa been reduced 5 cents on the $100 fort was sold last week to Mrs. Phtsbus. ny places without necessaries. Several of the defense, i'RV.VV JttcAtAHTKK, Agent, Stanjortl, Hu. . widow of the founder, for $352,500. the most fertile counties are tlmost barMr. and Mrs. Jackson Davis have reand the next legislature will reduce it still h. V, . JONia, Agent, Crab Orchard, Kj., L. (1. UOOCII A PON, Agrnti, Waynnburg, Ky. "Billy" Eaerson, of Haverly's min- ren. turned from Washington City and Virgin-la- , further. The farmers and small The jury in the case of young Ch arte where they spent the past winter. Mr. are greatly helped by the new bill and the strel troupe, has a salary of $500 a week with a private car for himself and wife. McKeldta, charged with the killing cf Jno. George Saiith has returned from Cleveland, burden of taxation will be more evenly di Weather reports from all parts of the McGuire, Louisville, December 27, found Unio, where he went last week with the Tided on all classes under it. Gen. Hewitt country show that we have gone from tbe accused guilty of manslaughter and fix remains of his wife. drew the original bill, making the change spring with, a hop skip-an- d ed his punishment at three years in the Mr. Louis Cohn, the Clothier, has dein our revenue laws, and if it had passed winter into penitentiary. jump. McKeldin was drunk at tho termined to leave Danville and will from exactly as it came from him, the objections Djivid Hoffman was convicted of mur time of the killing and shot McGuire by this time on close out his large stock now urged against it could not be sus of der in the firet degree at Nebraska City for mistake. The punishment eeems to ba very fashionable clothing, boots nnd shoes and tained. wrecking a Missouri Pacific train in Janulight for so flagrant a crime. furnishing goods at cost. When he says Gen. Clay says "with all his faults" Col. ary last. The Court of Appeals has overruled cost he means it, Now is the time for bsr- Bradley deserves well of his party. If there One of the easiest and most substantial the petition for a rehearing in the cure of gains. tf Fred Handman's incubator has thus are any faults in our esteemed and gallant ways of getting Kentucky "out of the ruts" the Kentucky Union railway vs. Bourbon friend, we fail to perceiye them. He Is as is to build more turnpikes. Frankfort county, in which suit the railway sought to far hatched over 200 chickens and about CO handsome as Appolo, as brave as a lion, as Capital, enforce county subscription to Its stock of ducks. They aro healthier than chickens smart as a steel-traas clever as a way Near Celina, O., Joseph Busch, a far- $150,000 and which the Court of Appeals, and ducks hatched in the and as brilliant as an electric light, mer, killed his sick wife with a hammer, affirming the decision of the lower court, and with tbe scientifically arranged "brooder" easily taken care of. Hereafter Mr. The only possible fault that colud be found and hanged himself with a bark noose In held that the subscription was invalid. Handman expects the incubator to turn with him, and to this Gin. Clay evidently the woods. The wife of Teter MeCarty, of Jessarefers, is his shape. In that, we must The Missoula (Montana) jiil was fired mine, who had her husband arrested and out about 100 chickens or ducks per week. Col. J Guest had the misfortune admit, as much as we admire and love the from the inside in an unknown manner. A fined for beating her, has eloped with Wm. gallant colonel, he is a little off. His legs man named Chambers, C3nfioed for vagran- Lettan. When MeCarty married her she to lose his fioe colt, Ward Gilmore, by are too short and being almost broad as he cy, was burned to death. was a widow with two small children. The Leonatus, out of Creeent. Ward Gilmore is long, he has too much the appearance of Two firemen were killed and others children have been left behind and are be- was two years old and a few days ago ran a fat Poland China pig to be an beautiful injured at the burning of J, J McGrath's ing cared for by neighbors, MeCarty re oft with his jockey and ruptured a blood in body as he is handsome in countenance. paper house in Chicago. E 'limited loss fuses to support them. Lettan was a laborer vessel which caused his death, Col. Guest was offered $2 500 for him 3 or 4 dava beGltOGEK, We say this, however, more in sorrow than $350,000; insurance $180,000. on the railroad and a tough character. fore the accident which occurred at Lexin anger, (or we are conndent tbat it he is The State Board of Equalization re In view of the depression in the whisMAIN AND SOMERSET STS. given time his breadth will increase till he mained in session CI days and succeeded in ky market, several prominent distillery ington. The meeting conducted by Rev. F. D. is broader than he is long and then he will increasing taxes to the amount of their firms have signed a pledge which they have Hale at the Baptist church still continue, be mere shapely in appearance. cost to the State, about $6,000. addressed to other distillers for their signa- with 19 additions thus far to N. POTATOES, It is announced from Atlanta that tures, binding themselves to suspend opera church, Other persons, fire orthe Uinilut We veiy much Incline to the belief that six, have President Cleveland has accepted an invi tions May 1 next, and to remain closed the Interstate Commerce enaction will reprofessed religion at these meetings, but ONION SETS, 1, 18SS, and on resuming operations may join other churches wound to the disadvantage of the democrat-i- c tation to attend the Piedmont Exposition , The ordinance of to be held in that city next October . March 1, 18SS, to mash no baptism ia conferred every on or after party. As it stands it seems that about night after ser- ! The Baltimore & Ohio railroad has de- greater capacity than was used by each in the only present result of the bill is a large vice. The meeting will close Friday night, clared a dividend of 4 per cent, on the 1887, and to suspend Juno 1, 18S8. office-holdincrease of the army of at strength being unequal to farGov. Hill, of New York, has vetoedlhe ther effort. My Potatoes! aro nil 2Vcw York tremendous coat, without any apparent main stem and 5 per cent on the Washin division for the past eix months. high license bill recently passed by the leggood return. The commission has decided Mr. A. G. Karrener, of Lexington, is stock and conln( Early Itose, Plans for the construction of the bridge islature, for two reasons; first, it is special that each of its members is entitled to a in town superintending the improvements PeerltMfi, Ilnrlmnk and Hcan ty secretary at $100 a month, the offioe build-la- g across the Ohio river at Cairo have been ac- legislation, because it applies only to the 03 his livery stable property on Min at Washington is to cost $100,000 a cepted by tho Secretary of War. Work on cities of New York and Brooklyn, notwithstreet occupied by Downton & Fox Mr. ofHebrou. standing the fact tbat in a majority of the Wm. M. Fields has year and soon. The republicans, if we the structure has already commenced. been In Fayette county I have a Hjsleudld select leu of The young colored man who hu been other cities and towns of the Slate the nummistake not, will use this profligacy in the esveral weeks putting in his crop on tbe appointed.'Minister of the United States to ber of dram-shois greater than in theee, Garden Need, both In balk an d campaign for all it is worth. next farm recently purchased by him. He will Liberia ia as black as coal and cross-eyed- . in proportion to the population; second, be move his family there inside of 30 days. In paperx, embracing all the issue between the aspirants for at- Otherwise he is said to be a straight man. The cause some of its provisions are unconstitu Mrs. M. J. Farris has returned from New torney genera.l, according to a cotemporary, At Eidyville, a son of Judge Skinner tional, according to the views of the attor bent Tarletlen. Mexico, where she has been visiting her ia that ''Gen. Hardin charges Judge Rich- shot and killed a bar keeper named ney general and ex Judge Comstock. d AH kooiIh Hold at rcaNonable husband, who is living in that territory ards of incapacity while sitting as one of jmt for fun and if the jury does its near Lis Vegas for the benefit of his health, OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. the Judges of the Superior Court, and duty it will declare for a hanging just for Mr. Farris' many friends in Central KenJudge Richards charges Gen. Hardin with fun, Lancaster. Mark Hardin, late of Monllrello, Clerk. tucky will be pleased to learn tbat bis lazinees, inattention to the business of his There are 0,677 Knights of Honor in Quarterly Court, which wonld have office and of drawing fees of $20 each in Kentucky, according to the report of the been held Monday, but for the Hamilton health is good, the climate and out doer life having fully restored him. cases where he did not render service," If grand reporter, a falling off of 1,693 sine e trial, will be called to day. the charges are true, and they ought to the last grand meeting, 1,122 of which were We are not much given to to reproduc Father Gorrey deliyered an interesting know, both of them would be mighty good by suspension;. lecture entitled "Catholicism and Protest ing the nics things said of us by our good men for the party to steer clear of. Fifty-siemployes of the Panhandle antism" to a good-sizeaudience in tbe friends of the pre, but we cannot refrain from printing the following from the Cou Tuesday night. addition to the strong following that railroad are under arrest at Pittsburg for court-hous- e Ik stealing freight from the company. It is to let our readers see bow our The Methodist meeting is attracting Senator Harris has here, there eeems to be stated that some 200 train men have been crowds nightly and Is awakening considera- paper ia held in the estimation of that great a feeling even among the Bucknermen that ble interest. There have already been sev- journal, though we are sure the article waa he should be given the vote of Lincoln systematically robbing the road. Cincinnati will celebrate her centenni eral confessions. The converts are allowed inspired more by good feeling than from county as a matter ot courtesy, ana in reciprocation of favors shown by Madison al next year with . grand exposition, for to connect themselves with tbe church of any merit on our part. It is "pleasant, sure, to see one's name in print" in so com county, which has always evinced a neigh- whieh special buildings will be erected on a their choice. In giving the names of the attorneys plimentary a connection, even if the blanborly disposition towards us. In the last large scale in Eden Park. It will opsn on who defendedt'James Hamilton, in last re- ket is stretched beyond its usual capacity: race for superior judge, she instructed for July 4th and close October 28th. One of tbe brightest, newsiest and best The Brotherhood of American port, we unintentionally omitted to give e Baufley and the Senator himself was one of Eoginsers has about 4,900 insurance that of Mr. John W. Miller, who, though edited of the CourUr JourmVt Kentucky warmest supporters. his members. These are assessed $1 each upon but recently admitted to the bar. ia fast exchanges is the Stanford Lrrznton Joun-na- l. After howling themselves hoarse over the death or total disability of any member gaining a reputation as a first class lawyer. Mr. W. P, Walton, Its editor, has tbe the report that Cleveland had gotten tho and he or his family receives $3,000. newspaper faculty in a marked degree, He The Baltimore & Ohio Express Com manager of his favorite theatre to cut him Louisville will have an Exposition pany started theirwagons Thursday morn- neglects nothing and manages to mak6 eva private entrance to his box, the opposi- this year. The Exposition Company has ing. Messrs. Eagleman & Farris captured ery department of his paper interesting. tion organs feel very sheepish to find that completed its guarantee fund, and will take tbe contract to carry the matter between His editorials are at once clear, crisp, clean there is no truth whatever in tho statement the property out of the assignee's hands as this point and Danville. The Lancaster and comprehensive. The Intemoii Joun- 202 It looks to a man up a tree that it would soon as the court makes the neceasarr or- - ousiness msn are taking kindly to tbe new hai. was. perhaps, tbe verv first countrv AVK.MIK, have been a mignty small mauer k ne der scheme and the prospects aro that It will be newspaper in Kentucky that began to speak had. Last Saturday's prairie fire in Norton quite liberally patronized. of crimes and ctiminals in fitting terms. It and Graham counties, Kas , caused the Col. W.O, Bradley was seen by your had been the custom, somehow, to allude to A knowino republican said to us the other day, "We have not the remotest Idea death of about 16 human beings, and de- correspondent Tuesday evening and he in- a homicide as "a sad affair," and to the of electing a governor this year, but we do stroyed a great deal of .live stock and farm formed me that enough counties had al- slayer of his fellow man as "an unfortunate expect to greatly increase our vote and add produce Hundreds of farmers are desti- ready instructed to give him 598 votes in citizjn " Walton made an innovation on P.S.-FI- NE GOODS the convention, or 5 more than necessary to this custom by calling a homicide a murlargely to our numbers in the Legislature." tute. Fire at St. Augustine, Florida, destroy nominate. "You sea," siid Col, Bradley, der and the slayer a murderer. He began party owes it to itself to Tho democratic see that the gentleman is very decidedly ed $230,000 worth of property. Among "that I am just 5 votes over the danger to appeal for more hemp in tbe administra the buildings burned were the old Spanish line." lion or Justice. 'ine desperadoes tried to mistaken in tbe two last propositions. Mr, Clyde Herring, after a sojourn of drive him oat of town, but he got a good Cathedra, built in 1713; tbe St. Augustine John Wahamakeu, tbe Philadelphia Hotel and the county court-housall old several months In tbe West, has returned shot-guand sent them word to call at his Merchant, has inaugurated the co operative landmarks. and taken his former position at E, W. office. He has lived to see the desperadoes system by which all employes that have A skeleton, in broadcloth clothes and Lillard's drug store. Miss L'zzie Sweeney dead, or driven into exile, and tbe Inteiu aeryed him faithfully for seven years, will Grand Army slouch hat, was found by a has returned from an extended visit to or Journal a power in the community share, according to their value to him, in hunter in a quagmire near Chicago, where friends in Somerset. Miss Emma Leavell, Long may it flourish. thieyeat'd profits. It is said that fully tbe unfortunate had evidently been smoth an upper Garrard beauty, will leave Mon Willingford, Conn , can hoist of a female $100,000 will be thus divided, in addition ered to death or stuck in Ilia mud and day on a visit to Harrodsburg friends. Miss resident, now 75 years of age, who raised a o salaries. Mollis Burdett is visiting relatives in Scott starved to death. Oat of 56 Presidential appointments in county. Rey. W. O. Goodloe, of Mt. Ster- family of 15 children and had six husbands, The first thing Editor Dittos, of the the lady having been n bride three times Newport Journal, knows ho will be in tbe tbe nine Territories, including Alaska and ling, is in town this week, since her COtb birthday, She now lives The examining trial of James Hamillock-u- p for uttering obscene literature. The Wyoming, and including the District cf alone, having provided herself with a coffin article published in its issue of the 12th, Columbia, 44 have been changed so far by ton was concluded Tuesday evening and President Cleveland and republicans super- resulted in bisdischarge, the evidenceebow-in- g and complete burial outfit, which ia kept in second page and bottom of fourth, column, tbat tbe shooting (of Turner was done the house leady for use. is the worst production we have ever seen seded by democrats. At Union City, Tenn., John Thomas, a in self defense. Able arguments were made A melancholy marriage was that of ina paper claiming to be a family journal, negro, who assaulted a little girl Sunday by County Attorney Brown, Judge Owsley Mr. Bordley F. Colhoun and Miea Eleanor Juixie Jackson got a verdict in a mur- utght, was lynched Wednesday in the court- and W. O. Bradley for .the commonwealth M. Become, at Washington. The young The Best der case the other day by locking the (dry room, where the little girl had just testified and by H. C. Kauffman and R, H. Tomlln-so- n man was very ill, and, learning that e up and keeping it threa hours without its against him. Before the jury could render for tbe defense, Mr. Kauffman's speech could not live, eent for bis affianced and Waterproof dinner. H this is not sufficient grounds a verdict the crowd overpowered tbe offi- is spoken of in highly complimentary a minister and bad the ceremony performed Coat, for reversal the Court of Appeals will dive cers and dragged Thomas out and hanged terms. Hamilton was warmly congrat- I while he lay on what proved his death bed , 7.?r,sJ,,i"!noBti?,,4,T",d"',I'.It wl will tisiiiroodrr In WP iiorm. Tie w rOMUFL SI ICKfn technlcilitie;, if tbe murderer has him. The coronor's jury found a verdict ulated at the conclusion (if the trial by as he expired only a few hours later. into the niihci rai . ur.Dj .;. I lunnrtita nttloin. fr.a. a , VWtVH, of death at the hands of parties unknown. hia leion of friends. any money or influential friends. rc.j. Stmi-eeUnlntmorlou- The Bnckntr men in Louisville are ht evi- A PHYSICI Vi -- inn iR BALI. r56v 'r6.a y SIX PAGES, J. lr-u- l" ... nm J prin-cipall- unhe-lutlas- lv irV tax-paye- T w wood-sawy- er T. R. WALTON, Y. SEED un-Ma- rch GABDE1V NECDM ers Mr-Hale- 's on ef v K ps Big-woo- price. x d Laco-motiv- WALSH, THE TAILOR, FOUIlin LOUISVILLE, KIT. EXOI.'DSIVEI.Y. n WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, SLICKER aido-miti- M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S 1 w? - I J flmfmmMwmmmmmmmum vw - IrifcWMil MjnrfitlM rAtMtuu CONTROL OF THE EYES. JELICO COALT.fy.rV." "ST.. (217 1m) T. U 8IIKLT0N, Ilowlsnd. trill. Something That la Particularly Necessary In the City of New York. Hie Hecretary was Always Arressibto to PEARSON & CLARK, Holdlers who hail 1'nucht. The greatest secret of enjoying existence In ODD CUSTOMS OF PEOPLE IN THE StarnUnl, KyM Although Mr. Btaiiton was by nature nn Nuw York Is that one must bo absolutely the Apiil 15, 1&S7 GULF OF MEXICO. accesslhlo mail, it was simply Impossible for mastor of his own eyes. Hungry Joe, tho him to glvo private audience to a titho of tho accli contldcnco ojierntor, used to say that ho could distinguish n stranger by hit hat or personi who dnlly Inquired for him. Even W. P. WALTON. 1.1 vs in .Slutuul Mute, LEXINGTON, KY. senators nnd reproneuUtlves In rongre often Typus of ."Men that shoes. Tho Idea that theso betray men It so llutlnes lliihlts (if tho ltenldeutt of deep rooted that many strangers always buy liad dilllculty in seeing him at tlmos and in fc 14. "West; Mnln rjtreot. tho manner thoy desired, and frispiently acKey West l'uclt Atiout tlio Islunil. New York hats nnd shoes ns soon as they cepted pot luck with tho crowd in tho recepwhllo others who expect to como often Flat us it I'uncuke. tion room, Col. Hurdle, n handsomo Hcotch to town onler theso wearables from city ! Perhapi thero is no place In tho United shoiw. Hut you can get correct hats and looking oilier, took chargo of this room curly In tho morning, nnd, In tho name and States so jini h talked about In Now York shot in any largo city, and ofT stylos In tho by tho authority of tho secretary, dlnjuitchcd and so l.itlo known as Key West. It is How cry. SAVAGE ORNAMENTS , IN DAKOTA. 1 1111 now reiired to take order! for ill klndi of the buslncM of such at neither needed nor ge'iciv!', ii.wIuUnI with cigars. It Is tho Hut w hntevcr ono looks llko ho must conliii,nsl of n series of coral islands, called keys, trol hit eyes or life will lw a perpetual tor- plADte snd will litre tht-r- ready it injr time nee Hlgulflcatlon of F.aglo Foattirr Tlia Insisted lijioii tho personal action of tho secre- wii. h dot th My nt the southern ( nd of the ment to him. Our dudes and Aiiglomnninc wa irsnted toplsnU ire friai the beat aeed ind ire tary. Ho also Kent in the iiamos of such Is) tlm lidt Scalp Lock A Medicine. Mmi. a callers as he thought tho secretary would pri- pmllisiilu of Florida. It is entirely away society carry tho thing too far. Thoy go O. J. XKWIjAXD. Thero Are a fow ornament now in u with vately I) only to bo about foiever looking over every one's head, from tho mainland, which receive, and HUd lord any moaning amotJff the Dakota Indian. in himself to toko thofrom time totlmowent ten hsl by Htenmer. Uut on this coral ixcf Is or cLo staling with a bccixlar'H commands dead and livo glassy Koglo fcnthom, tlio number worn showing n 'clt v containing 20,X)0 Inhabitants, consistsonic, caso of sjieclal dilllculty or look, oliko to whomsoever they tho number or enemies killed, tlio wing fcnth-er- s uiwii HOTJEJT, ing of Conclw, Cubans and negroes, with glance at and to their ow n inUUigeuce. This An nearly its oiblo to 1 o'clock, tlio Imlil hemlod englo dciiotiiii; male, the of a fow Americans, l'cihatis tho island hat n they think "the grand nlr" nnd their admirers stvi utary, who had an almost ruligious denoting women, and tlio black eaglo feather MT. VBENON, KY. for this daily observouoo, ramo Into tho bright future before it, for it has hud no past dub It utLstociutlc. A ward olitlciaii tho aro perbnM moAt prominent. If they liavo room and station nt tho llttlo high desk and very llttlo present. Whllo other cities in other day said to mo that tho leader of a cern scalxl tlio enemy n broad red streak U near tho bottom. Col. Hardle or MnJ. l'eloure tlm Union havo lioon up nnd doing, this coral tain ioliticnl faction nas"glttiiig,rlstocrntlc.'' Thliold nd Iiotel li itill milo- painted npon tho feathers. If tho person Mug In atteiidnuco to nsslit him. Ho wnvct' key has lieen asleep In tho gulf. It Is the I asked him how ho wns showing this. talcing Its fine repulitton. Ctiirge reasonable killed was of promlncnco or reputation, tho everlMily Isick who approached him, untU mos' southerly pnrtof the Union in fart, tho "Oh," wild the heeler, "ho lins n tired look, dpepiHlxtteuiluii lo the trsrellag public, realtor is siinellmc dyed red. Hmnll ticl;i ho had completed n dehberato scrutiny of the very end of tho United Sbttui. Tho city and ho don't seem to .i. '. XEtt't Mt Vernon, Ky unit, I'ro'r, ho you 'less ho wants." wrapped with jxirciiplno iiuiltv nro sometimes) Uutbyejo control I mean tho seeing of from the oflleer in Is the only one in tho country where neither and hnd tho (iilll of tho feather mid llttlo wmKiiiy nttached to seen; the t everything w Ithout lieing seen to do so. This ntteiidnuiv ;i statement, In n low vokv, of ths mow nor frost has ever pieces of white fur pltiod to tho ciwK Ntf JAS. O GIVEMS, Isulsnit 7."orN) degrees in tho day necessity is bus! by the horde of street bandit WM. SYRKt. oxiv)tlonnlly urgent or meritorious chmw. ono will wenr nn cnglo feather unless entitled Nourr Public. Then, one after another, he intliciited those and iibout Im at night. Comuiuuicntion it that prey iisiu every man out of doors. to It, ns they Ullevo It will fly nwny from whom lm wilnsl to di'Aw near, beginning kept. up with tho rout of the world by means Their minder it legion and their wajs nro their hen !t If worn unlawfully. with the k iMi.'iN, nnd, after them, railing up of n line of steHiners from Now Vm k, another the wimm of brigands. If u junn lets his Tho scalp hK-- H still worn even nun'tig thj the Jilninly toy who utters n jieculiar drews women, who looked its if from New Orleans, mid n mnll steniiKr two eves fall m AT LAW, celled uwliM-r- Indian. They arrange tlm they might U soldiers' kiufolk. M or thn'O times a week by wiry of Tampa, street cry he It apt to havo from two If ho 311 Kiuli Street, Inch across, mid tlo kcalp lock projwr an ti iiotiis that n Huldier had crutches or Tin. llytlw last wo get New Yoik miers to six newsboy? leap for him llko around tint very firmly a hand bund, nnd then was weak from iIIihsh he would lotivu tho nlsxit so ninny bumnii catapults. As ho steps from I,OUIBVIJLiIE, - TCY. tho hair it brnidiil and an otter kklit It tiel desk nnd go b him where lie wan seated. I'l.AT AS A I'AXCAK'i:. n hotel, theatre, depot or club, if ho allows ) (100-l, Crouile Block. around It spirally, forming n braid nt leiut ltooiui3inii high-es- t tho his eyvsj to u under an instant he will lw nt U'liiln v i ilili- tolii'nt of wouiuls or disThe Ixlaiid is as (Pit as u two, and homclinut ntt much n four feet ability jsilut lteing only twelve fet nlsivo tlio once kiirrouiled and hemmed in by cabmen, iiiih nlixi prefeirud suitors, hut with I :.g. TliMitl.ept oiled for tho enemy. If other mxiUeuien of tlio shoulder strap be was level of tliehea. One would think that during each seeking his custom, oven by violence hilled nn Indian hat tlw tnn nnd tho ! n storm the wsi would toll over the Island and If he turns his head to look nt tho mendicant usually cutt Civilians ho treated nccord-In, ho will tenlp olf thowholo It of nt his humor was alTected by their drown out jioor llttlo Key West, Tho city who nddressis him ho may not bo nblo to got tho statements or from beneath tho cyebrowc, was always pnicr Is deiiey jKiptilnted, but is ns unlike rid of the fellow for n block. Resting tho uniuiiur, All persons sro nut. fled not iu piss througa our clans nro worn 111 ueck-Ibiv- j, n general olirvniiro of but there tycs. (Jriuly the utHlerlying prin- nu American city as possil le. All the houses eye for an instant on n group of well dressed premises without special permission, at we will I dii nut lielievo hi n mark of dUtlnc-Homen (who may ciple that this public recept Ion wns for thtwi nio made of mkm1 nnd I mlt ipiito plainly. interested in a enforce the law ijilust thoso who do. butiu they nn costly? 1 think tho wear- w ho had no dtlier means of access to him. game"), or on a boisterous drunkard or a volThem Is no show of ornaic.'ntntion or decoraw.n.ith.t li, ing of them It merely a matter of wealth nnd e uble crnnk, mny prove to bn e very annoy-in- g It was here that Mr Htonloii might ununlly tion, to say nothing ol what is called A.. II. FKIiAXJi, not of thlcftniiiahlp. Once in a wfcllo you niny detect U seen nt his liet. Ifnrnsoof uuuiiual galremits. I was talking tho other day to n J. II. JllI.I.V.U, Atide frm hi, icligioiu juiiuo.i thi wl- lantry, merit or Milferii g were ktnted to fHimethiiig that looks liku lnttir-- work, but it lady whose receptions nro very jiopular, and HiUtr JIv.lltlsTKlt, or medicine man, it tho phy- wmildniiiiment ik In I romurked that jieople commented very curiis plain, nnd is not intended to display anyiiioii it nl.iudtotlHMsiiiipnny, 2c4 tl. titanlord, Kt. sician Mining tho Dakotat, thoroughly Many of the Mores havo no sizus upon ously on the differvnru lietwcvn her manner ending with u moral, in fiting to pnlHotion, thing. with tho medical fluidities of tho varivirtue or fortitude. C'n tho other lmud, if or nUmi them, and tlm storokcoH?rs lookns if iu doits and her carriage on the street. In LOUIS SCHLKUEL, ous hub. To i;le greater effect to Iim remedoom she was all alTability and unconscious he found a Hotimn Mi,liunt einlsirrawed by they did not enn- - whether they sold anything dial hi. U a iniinnteil by drum nnd rattle tlio publicity of staleiiicut nnd urtidii, ho or not. Tlieiv are no hotels, and thoso who case, nnd out of doors r ho was n jioker. and ludulgn In much contortion of features would ilrn" ber leyi ml the desk to tho win- desim u teiiiiornry lesideuco linvo to hunt 'It's all put on out of doors," she said; "it hit mouth dow and tlmbt. Often he goes on with my lionuet nnd wrap. I was In Ixianhng liouv. or send her to roist iiihI Imnr her lliere,leUuroly or pri- uUut forita Is found, tho boarders would IIICIIM SI, KKML'CKV. cupover tho ko.it of pain a novel way of WIifii endless trouble ns long as I yielded to my Inhit ithmii h liennl more ping but "fte efficacious. I liaro keen casus vately. lie nntuiul and careless. 801110 n New York lxxmllng house, derided as clination to Some or us used to think, whllo Photographs in all styles and sizos. of long kf.iii bug ciim.1 by those men, in sonio watching the wtrelnry nt thewi it ii often i. a ilaoo iu ais.smmodation for adventures thnt I had were quite alarming, I iiutaiU'M wlii'i' ttonrr.iy surgeon Inn given that n great power hnd Injpii lit to the puljilt eating nnd sleeping compared to one In Key can tell you. Rut now I am on my guard ns Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and them up. One euro I havo in mind was of when he lieonine n lawyer; for he wnt an ad- West. Tho street are wide and dusty, for long ns I inn out of doors, Minneapolis TriWatfr Colors. cataract of the eyo. It was cured by Insertmirable preacher, and far f nun nv etxi to ser there nni no kprinklers. In fact, water is bune. beneath tlm lidt Ollngs from brau wire. monliliig. Tto Century. New designs In Frames nni Mits it very low ing luch n luxury in the dry season that It cannot (201 ly. Th patlojitsnrv always painted red to mnk Pilcei. i;inier .Sure Knouch. bo wis tod in sprinkling tho streets. It Is rain their hearts strong, tlinv hay. Often tho water caught 111 clsUnis wheii tho heavens "There had been an account of nn clopo-me(Mil Time New i:ii(;liiiiil lloetor. fmage wit of jawr An medieinn men w ill cut an wait cociiham furuMi n supply, uud is often carried from in the morning said the com- WOOD WALLACU or bark an pluclng it upon tlio ground tho I)r John I). Meer, of Nnugattick, was place to placo In palls suppot ted by a yoko mercial traveler, "and aiers," thinking of it I was ; then the incslnliio man widely known as one of the mut skillful and from tho shoulders. An attempt was ono when n couplo drove up to the country hotel I at j' nt it b il.iv.-rltCOCHRAN, w.il take Ii'.h rjuii and khoot tho image, successful plivslelnns of Ids time. Hit prae-tk- s time uuule to drive nil aiteslau well, but tho and registered, 'Mr. and Mrs. I liu t il spirit that liad cnitwd tho nmoug tlie farmers was quite extensive, water when reached was so brackish that it winked nt tiro boys and said: drtro) nig 'Here's for n GENTS' FUItXISHERS, lb Iciin Herald. k Lihm nnd it was his custom to take bin (xiy for ker- - could only Is) used for tho extinguishing of joke.' The old hotel keejier was a very dear Ices In tho produce of tho farm, seldom or (Ires, Tlio dust flies continually. Tho roadSI3, tth Street, friend of mlno nnd took my wonl for gospel neer kirping necounU or making any way It linnl, lielng tho solid coral rock itself. truth, so when I said: 'Look out for 'em! I Mi (orUtMlU In th lliispltiil. - - The pencil! kUmpd briskly on th tileil charget, but sendliiRfor a bukhel of jiotatoet Thero is no surfaco soil. What passes for soil think 1 know 'em, mid they nro eloping and laOUISVILLE, It r with In left foot. "I don't doubt lt,HIio or corn or n barrel of cider as hu lmpciicd to it nothing more thnn this rock ground up. It thy nro not married, etc., you ought to II Is di nfls on tho farmers w ero al- Ls n nlcu thing to havo blown over now black have seen tho old fellow. Ho scowled and mi 1, "It i nvilly remarkable how anytlilng want It wi.l hil ap on n sound man In 1SCS I got a ways honored nt sight, for bo used to my ho clothing, ami still a nicer thing to get out of lifted his chin, nnd wagged it up and down "did not I 3 jijf t wound through tho flishy LAUNDRY, urt of fauiilitM Intend to overdraw," nnd, as tho tho cloth nfterwnrd. As leforo stated, the half a dozen time, sort of as though ha wat STANFORD in thix days werohrge uud tint Ir; alMp the knee. That was n small dren quite ns likely told sick then listhe chil-it sipulatIoii comistH mainly of Cubans, Conchs thinking it over, and then ho walked off. All STANFORD, KY. Tho Conchs nro in reality but ira"r hin Kwlf.InsteadI set out fur the hospital is quite likely that he paid in hit way now, nil and negnxs. Bahama idauds, but evcrybodna- thooWer lioys in tho housowero put on to for I y a v tives of the of waiting for n stentu the joko and we agreed to watch tho old man Kiicr Our prlcwfor wishlngireaj tol'ows- - Shirts 10 He watnlwa)s ver that lie reoeUed Mid 8.SJ what he did. vw ' U h'Hild have lievn twudays on tho ful not to Injuiv his patient ( nndgne care in Key Wost enlls them by that name. to 15(ents; Collar! per doz. is cents; Cuffs per doz. very A SOtlKTV OK HATKIIS, v ) V'" I ut tho wind gate out and it took ut "Supjier rang, and tho party of traveling 21 eentr; llnndkcrctal fa iyt to 5 cents, Nlgtu; Tho CiiIkuis dislike tho Conchs and tho men took seats at ono table nnd left tho now bblrti 10 to Ji cents. Under bnlrta 5conU; Drawer! thirteen 1 li rw w niti'l a doctor on board, little medicine, but, if railed tosee a man who got to port that leg was alout was a llttlo out of Mirts, would prescribe n Conchs detest tho Cubans, while both together nrrlvnls to the solo occupancy of another. S cents; Neckties t cents: Vis Is in to 213 cenu; nnd when Coin j'c to !l;I'anU2? to 7.1 cents; frocki to 5 uwuy, The surgeon looked ut diet of toast hihI rider, or Huncthing equally hate the negroes. A happy state of society, The Iiotel proprietor, w ho heIiod serve nt tho tenia; Caps S rents; Towels S cent! per piece or rem Jy I simple, and lenve natura to cllWt n cure. He limy therefore I hi imagined. They nro ns dis35 cents per doz. Ladles' List: Drosses 3c to II; I Hon as much as possiblo bet an a:i 'You'll have to take ehlorofomi table, took his wL In I this.' 'No, I won't,' wild I; was oiiro clUst toxeo n man who had lieen in tinct ns roti ls, but their localities nro known hind tho young couple, his eyo all tho timo oklrts 35 to 15 ren's; Cbrralse 10 to SO cents. Family wmhlugdone at 33eents, which Include! Uslwweral davs, and on entering the room as Conchtow ii, Nlggertown and Cuban vil- watching their every iiftvement. I i all but white sblrt, aklrts, counterpanes and dress'J'it i h v wthem nuiko me six ct " 'Will you havo somo sugar iu your leaf nt es, which will bo chatved 10 tenia esch. Tonus W hen lit n lie Mt down, stuck his long legs under tho lage Kneli has its distinct amusements, ero made I bail them and turmoil. Tlio few Americans length said tho young man to his companion, Ch when goods ire delivered (JooJswlll becallel row nn' Ho took a silk handkerchief bed. moved his kicctarlct to the top of bis .l for and dellrereJ free of chargo and drew tt thrixigh tho wound, bringing out lwld' head, and sat nnd told ttories for nil seem always to bo planning how best to get as ho passed the saccharine for her use. FARISS & WELLER, Proprietors. nerves, tenth mmi, intLS?let, maggots and all. hour. He then sent one of tho lioys to draw nwny from tho island. Cigar making is the thank you; I never uso sugar in my "'No, a glnss of cider, which he drank, and made principal employment of the Culmus, nnd ten,' wns the sweet resonso. I had the operation timed, and nt regular inTho sick lliere is plenty of work for them, us Key I took thesis his prvKimtions to leave the house "Wo were watching tho old mnn ns he stood terval whilt it was going on man aktsl if bo was not going to pivcrilo W(t contains lil cigar factories. 1 ilntlmit that I came pretty near It is said near them and hennl this answer. Ho grew ( acktailt. for him or give him something to take. on good nuthonty that 00,UX,000 cigars are about n foot iu n second. 'Ho's got a clew,' fainting 'Oh, )'(s, jes," rcpliisl the doctor; 'you thlpiis! away from the Island every year. young sawUnies ramo and said I to myself. "After that And it wns n clew such ns get up and stir idiout u li'.tle, nnd wash The Cuban Is not very strong looking. Hit would make the eye of a Pinkerton detective (aid th")' were going to take my leg off. I jiit eUouisvmt,NtwAiBAiiTCHiCAtollrT(athought 1 up and put on a clean shiit. and you will lie klsirts nro gambling and rooster lighting. sarkle. The Idea of n husband not knowing had an rih sergeant on whom scC,i rewer sfr v ..to:w':xu " nil right, I gins." n The women are fairly go si lookinc, given to w hether his w Ifo used sugar in her tea or not! rould depend, and I said, 'Tim, It tlieso Notwithstanding the doctor's wearing high heels, lace shawls nnd fnce jww, Tho old mnn didn't linger long nbout coining A don't get out in five minutes, put , ho was ono of tho iuot cnix-fu- l IJoth men nnd women smoko nnd to a decision. der. them out' 'Itetlail, I will, sir ' ho said, and in such Ho leaned over nnd said: and devoUsl physieians in cases of dangerous chatter like mngples. They stand nrouml in 'Young man, you leave tho HAVING BOTH It ' said it In such a way that they left. The table. That illness, and would often npenr, unsolicited (if woman Is not your wedded w mnd healed all right, at you see," the gen crowds and make n nolso'more like n lot wife.' XATI, LOI7ISYILLE A (ial con. lulled, 'but I'd liuvo n brighter and uncxiectcd, in thesi(k loom long after geeso than human beings. Their food is prin"Tlio couplo never w himpcred. They called llnanclal f uturo if it hadn't. I'm going to get midnight, so great was hit anxiety for the cipally oil, pork, bananas nnd colleo. Their' for their team nnd drove on. Tho moot surDaily, secures to travelers welfare of his (mtieiiK Wuterbiirv Aineri-ctcolTco is good, but made so strong that it will prised jKirtyiu tho nfTnir was ours. ftO,OUO pension arrears next mouth for my Wo wounds, nnd if I'd lout tlio )rg, of courvo stain the cup frem which it Is drunk. When hadn't dreamed that wo were so near tho other In n restaurant the Cubans npiicar to talk all truth. tlieio would lie n few thouvrtiid more coming The next day tho samo pair THE MOST RAPID SERVICE Slirewitness of the Neivslmj. t line l'liiw. nt oiieo, each trying, at It were, to drown tho were nrrested in a neighboring town nnd carThe newslioy is n grade alsivo the onliuury other's voice and gesticulating as if about to ried lack to their homes. If I should tell Ever attempted between the great commercial citg.iuilu; he frtspiently conns from strike each other on tho fnce. The odor of that htndloi-- now that tho Methodist minis- ies on the Ohb HI Ter and Chlcauo, and hence " The AlnmiEer nl The Sun. most comfortable trains is under more restraining lullticuces, itock, and tho Cuban restaurant is generally too strong ter thnt bonnls with him was Jesso James in the lastest time and the all points in Notitlt, or to the flerM Krigland. thcenerRetie publisher ( is more intelligent and, I nluunt f. el forthe olfactory nerves of one bi ought up ill ditguiso ho would lielieve me." liawUton aud Xovtlnrest. rtie counterpart of this West train rf Tho Nov York Hun, diol, tho concern to snv, mora unscrupulous. Ho has Now York. Tho Couchs are the lMicrmcn of (Me.) Journal. on all trunk llni Is dcnomlnstcsl The Limit' Iwl'vl around for koine man w ho could (111 facility of cxproniou, though it may lack tho island and tho gatherers of siKinges. They I'tl E.riH'CHtii Thsuern rollln stuck w cui I A Mr Illln, whowa in tho art orreetnisw; he Is plor kIvcvs pstron! Citthnltrit Comfort. i'X ioted uisui cut rent events, aio u large, mugh class of men nnd apparCa)At all Coupon llcket Ollices In the South department of one of the tntrcctful mngn-zuiTeapot anil l'linrli llinil. Ije has opinions, formulates tlusiriw., encour- ently very ignorant. Ono marked feature is you will find our tlmo tables and tickets, fay jjo-liowas Miggeatcd. .Such n man, who had ages eis'tntioiw. and atlck to Motion, if He is generous, helikw u their accent, which U considered the characAfternoon tens nre lining up tho remaining 6i't save money bare a pleasant Jourtj overlook drawing, engw nigs, engravers' jixnl fetsl, be U ready to help n chum, ho teristic of the Ixindoner the dropping of tho dnys of the season at Washington and tho you STAitt to Motion andE.O.McCOUMIOk, ney. presses, etc , wn the sort of )cion nn teapot nml punch lionl ktill nates kh.iuis, ho doosu't indulge in make be- nspinite where needed nnd using it excessively ns deneial Passenger .Rent, Chicago. like Tho Hun niiiiired. Hit eyes lieves, lie is sin o of tho vast, he i conlldent of w City Ticket Agnls nnd Othcers: A lackadaisical fists w hen tlientric.il ieoplo put it. here not wanted. They uso uero failing under the cIom) apllciitiou of an tho resent, ho doesn't trouble himself much lighting, while the Cubans nro theirready with youtji who was innkhip; ees nud sayliif E A- IlL'CKNKR, , 227 4th Ave., LoultTllle, Ky. too 1W Vine at., Cincinnati, U I. 21. Toaaiciu-Kengraver's bui(au. It seouit that ho coium about the future. 60tilful tiling iu n laiiKulil wny to n pretty tho revolver or stiletto, Tho negroes nre emfrom about naltimom Ho looked faornbly He Is shrewd, wary, nit ful; he is quick nt ploye 1 in Key West, ns elsewhere, iu menial assistant ntn reception was hnmleil a class of r up in the ldix of going on n inormiig resentment nnd sharp in repartee. At one labor, and nro ns lazyns iu tho other southern punch to change the conversation. Tasting w hero ho could bo more In tho open time I had n wcakium for dialling ncwnlioy, states. Together theso three races form a tho coiiikiiiic1, ho rolled his eyes up, nnd nlr, dealing with men, and using his mind, but I don't chair them now. 1 generally very mixed nnd far from harmonious society wild, "This punch is n symphony." llo was lather than In eye. Tho magazine, and I emtio out second best In tho encounters, only equaled by n Kansas man who wns taken Out e onethut Is not likely to be met with think It wan 1 ho Century, offered him uu ex- of many instance I am recall two in which to one of Mix Cockrell's receptions, and being is mi:.i.tii. t c else Iu the tra $l,(X a yeortoix'inaln, which would linvo I wns left tlnvo or four l.qis liehiml. On one JInil and Express, United States. New Yoik Kivcn her famous punch did not know vt hether Ail tlu I'ATTKUVS ou i.:-made hU twilnry, 1 undeiitnuil, fT,!, but ho occasion I gnveu now si wy a bright new cent ln tiy earfor siot1.lnt.i'..viu i.f it wns a Minphoiiy or not. In fact, ho con- luded to go over to Tho Kim, A Host ol' Women's Cluli,. did not know what tho stufT wns that ho wns ' tu'iscrlMng fin forn pnjier. ''I made that cent," I said. Ho ' I under-tanthat It It his suiveyof tho shot mo n sw if t gluucu and irplid: '"Well, It Is uotlceublo that whllo tho uumlici- - of drinking, ns ho wns a rigid total nlntliicnco Interior Journal Tha t' 'iinti in which has led to tho publication of you look like n counterfeiter." On another men of leisure is increasing, women of leisure man. Ho was shy as veil, nnd seeing that nn evening Sun. Tho kainonutliority told tno occasion I said to one of them: ''Hub, do you nro rapidly distipieariiig from the fnce of tho nverv mm els., inul n llttln Mn.j .mt nf dm' NO ilia Tho Sun, whllo not exploiting itself as Isi'ow how you can m'H tw icons nuuiy earth. This is a natural result of tho con- hnrniless looking liquid ho took ono too. Tho l i"--- 1 f ainarly, It making, iw ho it, loads "Howf henskisl, with keen interest. ditions which havo released ceituln men poor man thought it was somo kind of tea, 13 ( f money It was only about seventeen years "Uy keeping your fuce cleaner," I said. from tho necessity of work, even it it bo re- tnd tho bowl seemed inoro innocent to him ago Mint Mr Daun wu mnklng subscriptions "Humph!" he ejaculated, with n scornful, o ferred Iwck to that division of labor which Mian n bottlo. Ho remarked to n friend mil ng hit friends and those ho hud benefited, ifterwnrd that it was very nice, but that ho .' s,irey of me. 'If my faco was as has assigned tho men tho mnklng of money to cuahlu him to start n imju-- r I'or souio hali. n.s jours I ickon it wouldn't matter and to women tho spending of it. Tho believed that it inado him feel very quecrly. With Twelve Orders for Cut Psper Patterns cf time It Kecmed to go blow niul Mr. Kugland niii"li wliet'e r It wns clean or dirt v." iu wealth brings with It an Increaso Ono hostess has introduced this winter tho your own solection and of any site. told mo that they made it move, not by curIn thoso activities social, educational, phiso common in Paris of having hot fashion I'hihidelphin Call. BOTH PUBLICATIONS, ONE YEAR, tailing exiHMiset, as tho timid publications do, lanthropic which nro largely In tho hands punch. She is an original woniUn all nrouud, f on but by going into tho column of their adverof women, nnd which mako largo demands though, and caps the climax by giving her A (llliuiMii ut tlio Vmr. saries and advertising up to the very ujioii time and strength. Theso causes hot punch at her Sunday evening receptions. $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), The ivservo which for many wns would lc enough to explain tho phehazard.". "Oath" in Uoston (Jlobo. t, "Huhaniah" iu forced upon the preM'iit cair while yet heir nomenon I have mentioned, but thero apiKiient seems to havo grown into n settled is nu additional one iu tho host of women's Ito)lty Not to llo Knvled. I'uniiers In tlio Senate. J Thu anneuiiccmeiit of the dementia of hubit. In society, during tho St. retersburg clubs which linvo sprung up within tho past Tho remark U current that "Judge Reagan season, which, however, plainly bores hlmns fow years, nnd which are now, lot ils hope, nt lYiiicws Thyra of Denmark will hardly pro nil tlio .triiiritxincrt. of Texas will Iwtho only farmer in Vho sen1'or.Mi", ivixiTMEii I.iTKnar.r voke much surprlso among those who nro ac- much ns it visibly delights theemprwvs, thero their zenith. Ono lady of my acquaintance t (,s,TAiMsoM-iii:iate," ATIIIACTIUNH, CIIMIIININO AUTISTIC, quainted with tho ecullar character of ber is nothing more striking than his majesty's belongs to nine. I am by no menus sure thnt nro but its propriety is most doubtful. Thero ATTIin. numerous other senators who have farms. AMI Hul'SRIIULII mild nnd severe look nt one mid tho same this uumlicr is her limit; but these nhio 1 know hutbaud, tho Duke of Cumberland. Tho latllluitritteil trlth Ortttutit btrel j;,i'(r-,(- , do not ter, who is n claimant both of tho duchy of time. It is curious in this connection thntn of, nnd nil but three of them nre of a severely They upon work them personally, nor deOlf J'lrturn, unit l7iooirrnre, hlsncces-klothem for n living, nor yet derive llnr If milieu In, tiiulihilf it the Jlodr) Jlnin. disciplinary chorocter. Of theso thice, tho pend Drum. wick and of the defunct Kingdom of among all hU portraits painted slneo there Is no uniform and settled ktainp of one nearest approaching n scheme for niuuse-mei- it any especial pecuniary profit from them. But tlmAntrrlcii, Hanover, Is ono of tho most unpopulur nobleMn(fii.liie tuiilnlns n rf.iiixm order entlilliii Is n whl.st club; and nt tho meetings of then neither does Mr. Reagan. His w ifo runa t 1'nli man, so called, In Europe. Tho llrst Duko of expression given to tho face. Kor some time huldcr in tin rdcrtlnii of nny pattern llltittrutctl th farm and says they loso money on it; for ( 'umberland wat as cross-eye- d morally nn bo iwst, however, the gloomy cloud that wed to tho other two, papers are read and tho enjoyhi I tits f:t.iloii ilepjrliiiilit In Hint liunibi i.iinil In the the wa phyiiically, Ids fathor was blind from hit liang about tho brow long after tho terrible ment is primarily of an intellectual character. tho soil is too windy to raLse any crops, and M.. of Hi, v 'li iiuiiilfiii'Mireil, miiklik' pattern 1r.11 sand Ls too poor to mako into glass. New ir.if Hie mine if out three dollar. youth, while tlio present duke was born with- death of bis father has been gradually wear- Of tho remaining six, two havo ierliaM some York HSMOItfiSTN MO's'THI.Y I Jiiftli enllllid the Tribune. ing nwuy. In older to Ih seen iiorfcctly nt practical bearing though thero is nothing so out n iiO'jO, Nor does Princess Thyra como iirld'" Model Mnj.Mliif Tlie Uinifl in Komi Hie Mr.-.-- t Ciicilatloii, nml Iho Uu TWO Uollur from a morn healthy stock. Both of her his caso, ho should be observed with bU child, munduun ns a cooking club among them and he llie'lwenty ,li, Mnirazlno lulled. 1187 wlil cui.tliniallj The Senrrs anil Cutucumlis. Iloston parents are htono deaf, whllo her klster, tho it'll in tlio grounds of Qntscliltiu, where ho is the rest nre clubs for theorizing. It Is Urn. I iciriif ll publication of Wulcs, It hard of bearing and her much more at home than In tit. Petersburg. Transcript. s to pine" It nt llic lii'sd Tho prefect of tho Seine allows 600 excurl'ducest nml o xiciilcli said, fully uccords (if Family IVrliHllcsN. It nii Iitl" sionists a day lo visit tho sewers and catabrother, l'i inco Wnldeniar, is almost blind. lilt physical strength, Hlsbody nnd limb, I'eat us I'uetory I'uel. and with his enoi mous size of ii".irti. sxlHliicln'', cleiMiitl) ptlii'isl uml f ' combs in ntd of the sufferers from tho floods Tho duko Ixlng ono of tho most wealthy V. I'ulih'tml l. n.oii i, Mild The ue of snt ns fuel iu factories lias in the south of France. prltifof, in Europe, his plato nlono weighing one often hears ithoru-sbo- that he can easily Ne York, w itli bare hands. so greatly Iu Riisln that n pent libg break nn onliuury A.HD BY SPECIAL AOREEMENT COM01NFO twelve ton i It it exceedingly remarkably that m jic valuable than n well WITH THE tho d ii'!ii'S( should havo been sunt to an l)f one thing there can l? little doubt, and has In Germany during nyear aro inadeWcV i givis certainly his tenacity nnd obstinacy of forest. Many liitiutifurhtr r being cnivd for nt on of that at $3.50 Pev Year. St, Petersburg Cor. ing up tho U of wood foi p. ilcuO 000 iral meerschaum pipes, MX),000 imitation . Interior I's limner us residences. -- - Now opinion nnd purHiso. li r i uicersclmums and 5W,W)0,000 wooden pipei Tim London Times : Stmi-SJIee- 3fntcrinr3Jiranni STANTON'S PUBLIC RECEPTI0N8. 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PENNY, DENTt-il, KY. . tiiniont - - iConruolcy JK-2i- s&3$0& -- ul on Lincastor sire"" til d.sor to Imtb-riJoursjaC Olhci. 'Itaco oiiis Iroia 3 lo 12 A., if, and 1 tuS r. x. ineuitlo ululnlstnred whan aceusr.T. Ufflt-'151-lyr- .J or WALTON'S OPcRA hTAN HOUSE, Propnoto a. 315-lin- l'(:i b If. WALTON BR03 - to -- V 1 1 blseo'ritnK'. il'ih El.litom lete sulk ol Scan. ory. Seating (apseliy, IfiuTillog gullsry, 60a '.HeaooAbl ratA tn atlraciloat. ca.-ss- NEW FAST MAIL OIX!. r n d n, BEAST ! Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Burn!) Scalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, corns, ostnb-lishme- - news-popt- nny-wher- Mexican Mustang ERFUL SUCCESS. Liniment i:oMiv tou-oili'l- OUUBS Scratches, Sprains, Strains, Stitches, I W'Wlj A Contracted Muscles, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Screw Worms, Swinney, Saddle Galls, FUes. l'' expi-cKv- emo rest's EtiffJoints, Backacho, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. do-llb- gnm-blin- g rea-on- s Doc - EMORESX'S THE m BESl SCIKN-Tiri- THIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y accompllshe for everybody exactly what U claimed for it. Ono of the reason! for the great popularity of tho Mustang Liniment la found In Its universal applicability. Evorybody needs such a medicine. The Lumberman needs It In case of accident. bench. The llouaewlfe needs tt for Bcneralfamlly use. Tlio Cannier needs it for his teams and Mi men. Tho Mechanic needs tt always on his work Tuo Miner needs tt In cans of rmergency. Tho l'loneer ncedi It can't get along without It. The Farmer needs It in hU house, his stable, Tho Htcauibont mnn or the Hontmnu needs Tho Horac-fancler and bis stock yard. It In liberal supply afloat and ashore. need It- -It U bis bos 111 imi-alii- .' 1 noeiU It- -It will saro him Tho StocU-urowthousand of dollars and a world of trouble. The Uallrond mnn necda It and will need It v long as hli life I a round of Occident mnl dangers. Tho llncUwoodmium needs tt. Thero I nothing like It as an antidote for tho dangers to life, limb and comfort which surround tho pioneer. Tho ftlercbnnt needs Knbout his store mnonx Ms employee!. Accident will happen, and when these come tho MultanK Lliilmcut U wanted at once, KeepuIloilK In tlio Iloiwo. lUH.olxitot economy. use In caso of accident friend and safest reliance, tim-liero- d Keep nllotllo Iu ihornelory. imi'-ndoi i f . Jural Keep n llottlo Als.n, in th tjlnble for ve rialn and tons of wage. lulmmcdlata oi. . una tvlicu wanted, " - nr'toiLij -.- -. JE2iI!HL in-- 3BMI - a tnn iin nirfiM AN OLD LADY'S CUNNING. and accurato account of all things pertaining on bO, to tho widow, who wns nnd in the ordinary courso of luture could not last long When Cli.uk leached Reims he learned that fiho "in avaricious nnd grasping nnd that her il desiro was toTibard money and to Jive ns i. ng as iwsslble. Sho ll ed in gocnl stylo, but kept no company, nnd was llom visited by any ono oxcept lierlnvvjer. Her proporty, so far as could Ik nscei tained, was chiotly in rents and stocks, though the estate on w hleh sho lived was w 01 th probablv 'JSO,- 000 francs. lloro ho beau to practice his piuftwMon ns a physician. Ho called on M. Jugon, Mine. Trcvoux'i lawyer, and consulted him ns to a small proix'rty lielonging to Mine Tivvoux which ho thought of buying, and in which, of course, th lawyer was interested. Hesioke to tho law or ns though huhad a large sum of money nt liU coiumauil. 'I bhall stay hero if thero Is any likelihood of my succeeding," he said, "nnd if 1 resolve to stay I w ill buy this property." Now, tho lawjer hail asked three times ns much for the liouso nnd land ns they were worth, and Charles St. Dinnu well knew it; but ho was playing n bold game, and tho lawyer's good ofllees were necessary to his g Charles St. DInnn should go to Cham-pagn- o and wo lion tho land lay He was to tnko every menus to presort, elus incognito, ami to return as sooivas iiovsiblo vv ith n full her family from her forever by marrying a clerk in n mercantile house, and her namo was never mentioned by any member of tho family. But Marguerite's husbaud roso step by step until ho becamo a partner in the firm, and then planted himself in Paris, whero ho rapidly acquired an immense fortune. In lb(Vj ho retired from business,- and hohnd his wifo all their children having died went to rcsida neor Reims. In tSS3 31. Trevoux died and his widow camo into iosso!oii of all his estate, valued at ninny millions of francs. A consultation was held among tho relatives of Mmo. Trovoux ns to tho best courso topursuo was to secure for themselves her wealth at her death. It w as lln.illy arranged - Nenr tlic small town of Deciw, In Niver noU, Finnci', tho family of La llrlcnno Lad roslilwl for imiiy generations. After the revolution thoy wero greatly reduced, but lived In the old chateau, positively refusing to cast off their ir!do and engage in peny that might yield emolument. Marguerite, one of the daughters, alienated that r V perity." Tho lawyer in this sentiment, nnd it didn't m. .iIt Charles when, in the tcoursoof a week. In n summoned to for Mine. Trevuuv This wns what ho was aiming nt nil along. Ho was very successful in building up tho old lady, who was in utter ignornnco of his relationship to herself. "Madam," said he, "you have a splendid constitution, and if you follow good medical advice you niny live formally, many years. 1 have no hesitation In saying that I enn insure twenty more years of life for a certainty, though, of course, you niny livo much longer." Tho old lady was pleased with this kind of talk, and tho resuli was that Dr. St. Diuauwasn dally visitor nt her residence, and, being able to furnish her with many untidotosto growing feebleness which were not known to tho old fashioned doctor who had provioudy attended her, he eoon obtained great influence oer her. If tho remarknblo incidents which follow had not boon brought to light; in a court of justice they would havo been incredible. Ht. Dimui soon siient most of his tinio nt tho chateau, nnd was freely consulted by Mine. Trovoux on business nnd other matters lieaides her health. She was a woiuhrfully able and acuta woman, and somewhat ttAtouMied St, Dinan with her ready wit and canning. He handled her with great judgment, however, and In duo timo began to put in operation those plans which ho had long gn-ntl- success. "If I could securo three or four wealthy patients," said Charles, "that w ould go n . ery great wnj toward insuring to mo pros- prc-scril- w t ltd Lh 8 Iwfore formed. Her valuables were stowed away in a largo closet in her led room, ami this she always kept locked. St. Dinan i esolved to possess himself, as a first step, of some jewelry which ho know sho possesswL First of all, ho her to remove her lied into an adjoining room, ns it had better ventilation, at the sumo time showing her that the connecting door could In open, and that all her property would bo as safe as though In tho room whero" she slept. One day he brought n small portmanteau into her jwrlor and begged tho uo of her koys, as ho said ho hud lost tho one to the lioitmaiiteau. He managed to take an impression in wax of tho key to thoouteriloor of tho room which iho had formerly slept in, and of the key of the closet. On tho morning preceding his intended raid rn tho closet he put nil ingredient in tho old lad)'s medicine to mako her sleep soundly. Inttenil of leaving tho chateau, he secreted himself in tho library, and, when all was still, wuiitup stuir.s ntut listened at tho old lad,) 's led room door He unlocked tho door of tho luljicunt room with the duplicate key, and untoml. A faint light was burning in the bed loom, sufllfitiit to make him so1 v.Jwt he was nlioiiL Wliile he was standing in the middlf of tin room in n listening attitude he heaid a 111.10 wlich indicated that Mine Trevou wiw urising fioin bod He hastily hlil himself tho window curtains 'lho not moment Mine. Tieouv, in her mglit diem, stalked into tlio loom with a bunch of keys In ner hand She wont stiaight to therluset, 9ieneil It mid iiimmagHl alwut Then she brought f oi th a hngo leathern rnso Ijiying it on tho llooi she h locked tho door nnd, lifting tho case, icturncd to hor room St, Dinan huavd her get into bod, nnd nil wai silent After waiting for nlioiit ten minutes St. Dinan stepped cuutiously toward the bed anil peered at tho occupant. There wa no doubt that she was nsleep, nnd by lu-- side lay the leathern case St Dinan was then satisfied Unit the hud walked in her sleep and was still under the ifTects of the poweiful soioiii!c which he had gien her Ho quitted tho room and loft tho chateau by n private door which led into tho gardens. When lie reached hoin he opened tho case, which wus simply clasped, and found it einptyl Next day, on visiting Mme. Trc. s voux, ho found her In a stato of great s piostratfon She tol I him that tho night she lind li earned that some ono win robbing ln-- r and that she must havo arisen in her sleep und procured a ceitaiu leather casi in which sliohuil a largo sum of money nnd notes. When sho awoke in tho morning sho found tho bundle of notes lying in tho ImsI U'slilo her, but tho caso was gone. On examining tho placo where sho usually kept it, it was not there. St. Dinan expiensad great surprise, but advised her to suy nothing to any ono about it, for ho was afraid of her mentioning it to Lawyer Jugon, whox suspicious might bo d r ner-vonpre-lou- i aroused. Almost a month passed lefore St. Dinan ventured on another attempt at robltery. It was Mme. Trevoux's custom to keep her sleeping 'i.aitiiieiit und dieting loom under ' lh i.ti nnd to let lock nr. doiuestio tutor ciwpfc u ur pivaeuoa, The Dltcorery of Its Principles Ascribed to tlio Ancient I!g;ptlnns. Tho origin of this sclenco U ascribed to tho INDIANS WHO DISLIKE THE LOOKS. Egyptians, w bo, baring their landmarks an- OF A PHOTOGRAPHIC CAMERA. nuallywoshcd nwnyby inundations, in efforts to dovlso a plan for readily restoring them, discovered tho principles of geometry. From An Artist's Attempt to Secure tho l'lct them Thalcs, of Miletus, ono of tho "seven ure of Niwajo lluby A Cunning I.lt-t- wiso mou" of Greece, Is said to havo learned Up Ilia tho elements of tho science. Ho Introduced it Savace Obliged to Otto Into Greece about 000 I). C. Pythagoras, half Cliaic. a century later, having also learned the sciAs wo know, tho Navajos are an American ence of tho Egyptians, enriched It by the t r . - nt - .. rtart proposition w hich still bear his mime, to w it, - - ...w - Inillnns. , srntteriiil far tho most f over tll0 territories of New Mexico and Art-wa- that tho square described on tlio hyjothenetisj 20na Qut0 n ,um,iM;r of them live with of a right angled trianglo is equal to tho sum tueIr famiiu-- ,, jn tho curious littlo habitations of tho squares on tho other two sides. they eivct, nlwut tho frontier military station l'lato, about 31H) D. C Invented Uio study nt polt wiiignlo, Now Mexico. It is in this of conlo sections, and tkesa nnd tho . that I havo had tho opportunity, use of tho analytic method of demonstration iattor for ovcr two years past, of studying many of ho mado great advances In tho science. Tim their ways and customs. And it was here, elements of geometry wrro compiled by too, that a fow days ago I went out among Kuclld, UN) U. C. This author introduced them w 1th n photographic camera, armed w 1th a device of reasoning that has been found an English Instantaneous shutter, with n very useful where neither direct proof (tho view of taking a few pictures of thcmwhllo cjnthetio method) or tho analytic method they were ncthely engaged In soma of their could be readily used; It consists in proving very iiitorestiiigcniiieii. ' tho truth of a prtositiou by nssnmlug it connsked. After luting obtained four or livo more or trary as truth niitl showing that this implies St Din in could s.iy nothing, nnd tho twA . loss satisfactory plates tho Indians biH?amo a logical absurdity. Aollonlus was a men look tint each other. Tho lawyer, who nulto restive, as they rather object to that ulin lilisl iilMiftt l!Illl H P n,i,l was me more nivonipusiieii villain, was mo sort of thing, and, as if by common coii'ent, v M10s0mk in tho science has not Uvn first to understand the situation. grrt.hinlly disnpivnrisl, a f0iv at iitime, by the most brilliant nvlium-ineitof .. "I think." said he, "we are both on thesnmo ninKingloronooi ineir low, conical suniKs , Archimedes, a contemporary L- -t us work together." ..(nnn.l l..w,.l..l. tho ' mission mud lititn. wln-rth of Aixillomiis, first Inscribed polygons in what waj" nskod St. Diiwui, rapidly single small door at its side. In le than half circles. Illppnnbiis, in tin "In second century ' losing his nsMiniod dignity. an hour there was none of thent to o sec'i liefore C'hiist, n.td Itoleitiy, In tlw second "In unking all wo win out of Mine. outside at nil, nnd knowing full well that I lie,, century after C'hiist, applied matheiiMtics to wns tho iply. would not npMnr again o long n I reninlned "Agreed," mid St. Dliimij "here Is my hand uihui the gtotiiid, l shoulderoil my intrumtnt iiftronomvnlKJiit .VM) to 1000 A. I) , iluring tho From UlKlll it." nnd prejiaivd to conuMiwny At the timp 1 daikmtwof the Muhlle Afnw, the science made And the rogues shook hands upon their no was standing between two of their huts, situ nonitvancs) aim whs stusiusi. fnrlous luirgnm ntocl smne mils in! t witlia well lientcn who lived from 1.M0 nine to 1GO.I, revived the j though nairow footjiotli "What have jou gotT nsked the lawyer in,ing from ono to ancient gsKMiratr) Tin demonstrations of "Let ih g( t away from bore," said Sr Dinnu; the other. There were no trees within a IveiHer, llouervnl ami 1 aacnl III the seven "we may be discovered or overheard." quarter of a mile, the plain leii)g sparsely teenth century gnsatly tlniulntsl gcomet.-ic"Follow me, then," said Jugon, and they covered with sng brush, the pkiuU lielng w ho investigation. Itut to passed through tho open panel, which Jugon from two to three feot hich. n volume of geometrical pro)dMiwu closed They descended a stair in the wall A UTTLK 1W7, the world owes chtolly the liivnitism of and soon reaWiod an underground jmssnge, nt Just then one of their Uibien toddled out of nimltie of iiHkieru gvsjmetry. New ton the eiitrnin'e to which stood n lamp. Taking tho doorway of the upjior hut; tin) child, the ditTeiuntiiil calculus in ttiu'i In the lamp Jugon led tho way, and in a few could not Iiae Ihvii over to montlM okl, and lTl'.Mlie geoiuctrj w... pubminutes they reached n tloor. On touching n wore only n ery dirty little shiit, which lished hi tlrt I'nrUb) fixrfrswiir Mon-- e -- ( spung tho door oieneiI nnd they entered a enmo nlxnit half way down to his ki.etw. It Inter Ocean. small chamber of solid masonry looked more like an infant Eskimo than any "."see, snm .Jugon, as mo tloor c)oel, "n child, not white, tlmt f ViiuWnin thin;? nlxitlt: Illg Circus l'ii ftolls. e could not tell it from ono of the luu-- Idmks , nc it statt.sl right down the path with a The salar) ht f a gom ised cirrus runs w hich foi in tho wall. This is the ice liotto. ery unstoad l.b wnddle, making for tho imvwhero from a dnv I'oro. in nnd our way nut is through tlmt dooi " lower hut, where I imagine its mother had roll cnlU for the hitter amount, (iugh's Ho jiointed to n thick wooden door, which takon refuge from my merciless camera. I and tlie list of the Itanium show is claimed to he opened with n brass key, and they csh1 had often longed for a good picture of n be even highir 'l'ltese llgllUrt iueludo the oy into a sm.ill coppice. Navajo baby in its native plants, nnd hero cnuvns-ni-ii- , f ierforiiiesi, n'iitj, hixtlci-s- , linve 110 lint."' said Jugon. "You wns on ti iortuiiitr not to lie lot. So stejv bMiks," glooms mid tminmen, ,1 "That is true." replied St. Dinan How far ping a few fett out of the wnv , in nil instant as the latter are fatetwusl) niZ'r ralleiL Of am I from the chateau I had my instrument In focused ou course, the iierformers get the most money. "Go up to tho end of tho coppice, climb a the pa'.li.nnd, with iiistaiitaiKoussnap nstdy, List season tho Itanium people paid nn low wull, nnd you will bo 111 the garden," said I stood ipiietly for m subject to ass. On Englisli of formeo, Ido, Ida Jugon "No 0110 will think it strange for j ou ho t odd lis I until ho came within thiity feet of ami S) lvtrio - triqie' jki n week estr- the latter niiiitu to Iw in tho gnrden hatless. Then get 11 hot me, when ho suddenly .stopcd and, to my nnd their cxik'Umss ForeHiui;h kih William come and Join me." and sutpiisc, sevniwl to fully take hi the situation. Miovvlcs, tbo UirelNick rider, (X0 a week, It is not needful to recount all the eoiier-satio- n At this stage I felt quite ure that one of an-- l et lias Hme isiiiitnans in his employ between theso two ros-nJugon our babies, jicciidly nt this tender ago, who draw ns low as S6 or f.W vvcckl) recommended the return of what St. Dinan would have begun to try and more than Acrobats are Hlwn)s well nd when thir bad stolen, as tho los might lw discoeied. likely retracts its stips to the hut from act isgruceful and diverting. They gi nerally Ho disclosed to St. Dinan how ho had become whence it had .issued. Not so, however, this travel in tenuis of two mid three and do thoroughly acquainted with the secr-'t- s of Infant Nnvajo; and, mark the difference. Ho wliat are known ns "brother acts.' The tho chatwt w hen a loy, as ho was the sou of steadily watched my every movement, and throo brothci-s- , for Instance, draw tho former steward, nnd how he had recently was evidently determined to reach tho lower S150 n wct'k from Forejiaugb's y clerk. ascertained where Mine. Trevoux kept h r hut. Very cautiously leaving tho jxith on Many of thevi lvrformers do twy or three valuable papers, etc. Ho had proem d a the side furthest from me, he was, in tho next different nets, nnd, indeed, they will tackle duplicate key to tlio closetj-anhad wnliln instant, behind one 1 f the sage lit tislies, which almoit anything from allying traxzv to a thrco months removed stocks of great Miluo was something over a fiot taller than the horizontal I sir, while nearly all the good tumreplaced thent with iicrrt of no nine and Imiiy From this Kwtioii he eored thrqpgh blers and !eoxrs, are easily and udrantnge-ousl-y Now ho thought It was nearly tlinn to clean the leafless twigs at me to see what I would used In "the grand tuuibUn;aitd llnale" out what was left, then thoy could quit do nbout it. A little aunojed at this turn in so familiar to cireus goers. There are many tho country before tho theft wns discovered affairs, I threw the focusing cloth over my grous of erfonuerN who turn themst-beEver since the circumstance of tin- - missing bend nnd turned the instrument ou him. into "families," ami by doing a daring net of leather caso tho mind of Mme. Tieoux had Taking advantage of this temjiornry concealbeen on tho rack. Sho had searched her ment of my head, he ran, thoroughly baby some novel kind are often able to gut &.0 or $2100 0 week. Clowns are exceedingly plenticloset and had discovoied the fact tlint the fashion, to the next loner brush, n distance ful, and inn) be engngisl for as low as t'JOn stocks had lieen alistrncted and w 01 thaws of somi, ten feot, w here, hilling as before, ho papers substituted. Somo one, sho know, crouch 1 down an 1 stared at mo likonoung week. Still, good Jftsters like Hilly llurle, 1'urvis, Charley Mad leu and lliily who had her confidence wo robbing her, and lynx '.trough the twigs He now looked, for Johnny her suspicious fell ujwii the dector if sho alt the world, the young Indian cub nt bay, Conrad get $75 a week. Uonton Herald. disclosed lur mistrust In any way, how easy wit'iall the native Instincts of his ancestors Lot Thrrs N'e ertlleless. for him to jioison her. True, sho find no cr or the alert, and making use of nit tho stratA city hall ollleinl was standing 011 till taken his medicine since that night, but then egy his baby mind could nuistei Woodward avenue stepj of tlmt structure there might 1k many ways known to n physiAX INTEnESTINO 1'ICTCUE. )estenln) wlieu a iiinn who Iwd his hand en cian of introducing poison into tho human It was a wonderfully interesting picture to nysteiuof which sho was Ignorant. So she re- study; but, fearing that I would loson icrma-licu- t his stomach cumo up and said' ''ltcg jiardon, but you have the look of a solved to disarm all suspicion on the doctor's memento of it, I turned to lift my in" part by treating him with tho utmost ap- strument, with the slew of taking n much physician nil eminent physician Oil, I'm no doctor," wns tho roply. confidence. parent noarer )o.itiou, when, ngoin facing tho brush "Sorry for that, but vrhaps you can give Then sho secretly dispatched a letter to where I hnd last seen the baby, t wus, to my Ceylon, to a M Leconte, who hail formerly great surpi iso, not there, but hud scampered me some information. What are the sympbeen a cleric in her husband's employment. to tho next lower one, in the direction of tho toms of itoisoniiigf "Havo you been poisoned I" M. Leconto olxjed tho urgent summons, nnd hut for which It was bound. A full grown "Well, I have queer feelings in my stomin due timo secretly reached Reims. buck of tho tribe could not havo possibly When ho was informed of the circumstances managed this last mov emeiit an better As ach." "Is it a burning ciintiont" of tho robbery ho quietly waited on the chief It ran to the still next lower brush, I wns "No." of police and arranged with him to be at the astonished be ontl measure (for, I take it, I "Do you have spasmodic ialnsf'" chateau at n certain hour. When St. Dinan am a g od stalker m)sclf) how it took "Not ytt." arrived, as usual, Mine. Trevoux received him of everything that lay In tho short "Feel shivery, wilhngreatthlrstand hea'.f" graciously Then entered Lceonte und tho iiitervuiihig distance, nnd how, nfter It ar"No, nothing liko that. I feel a complete chief TIip business was brief, rived at tlio brush, it Immediately took a goneness for about n foot up and ,'down here, "M, St Dinan," said Leconte, "I am Mme. Iio&itlouon tho ojiK)dto side of it, from where Tievoux's friend. This is tho chief of jKiIieo; it could make another quick stmt, and yet not and every time I think of ham and eggs ipy mouth waters." Mme. Tievoux has been robbed of aluable lose sight of my movements. And, mind "Why, it may Ikj hunger" projiert, nnd wo havo reason to jou. you, all tin., from a baby only 10 months "I shouldn't a bit wonder if it was, lwing I What have j m to sa i" old nt the most. As it was nipldly hours." St Dinuii Iiad nothing to snj He pleaded g'jiniiig its ki it nnd npproaching the haven't eaten nil) thing for thirty-siThn official uttered n "Humph " looked tho that ho was Mine. Trevoux's nephew, nnd .'Werhut, in sher desjerntioii I tan upon confessed his association with Jugon in tlio jtH last place of concvnhiicut, holding my nan over threo or four times, nnd then handed him twenty cents and said: Jugon was ieedily captured and crime. in such nwny that I could immedi"Hotter get somo now scheme. It takes most of tho stocks woio recovered Mmo place the tiljKlin losltlou, which I too long to come to tho point in this." Deately Trevoux's nephew told tho story 111 (ouitus I'UCoecded ill doing with tho lens leveled diIt is told here, and ho and Jugon were sent to rectly nt Its bend, and not throo feet from Jt. troit Freo 1'ress pi ison for 10 j enrs each. It now stood up to tlio full extent of its baby (')illfi-ti'i- l the Kisses. height, and giving er.t ton genuine iiifaii-tri- e The other dny while a young deputy postIn Swimming. l.tin? Power bawl, It Hindu n break for the llnnl (wiiit master wns engaged nt his work in tepod Lung ..i acitj , of course, is oiyiof thu must of its destination, for there wus nothing clo 10 with iuioiiaut icquMtes in swimming. The more left for it to do. It U almost needles to ndd ono of our bashful maidens of sweet cashed.a hold inside of him the mure that, before I could fivus und liiseitu plate, money order which shodotined to havo uir a man tho buoyant he will bo nnd thoensier ho raw my Navajo lby wns out of range And, She handed it. with a bashful smile, tognvo To develop lung fionor I open my fouling that itis angered mother might ollleinl, who, uftcr rluOy examining it, swim. money At mouth, take as li a gulp of air as I can, and uplHXirat any Hunt, nt tlm cry of iihirm of her tho nsked hit-i-itf culled for lend the hiiiiio sho had timo ho what was hold my breath, tuning myself by a watch. her child, I immediately forsook the ground on the mill gin of tho order. "No, I havo When I can hold tho wind in no longer I My object 111 making a record of such 1111 innot," sho rcph , "for I cannot nuiko it out, blow It out thiougli my mouth quickl mid teresting caso im this is to simply draw attenWill you pleusc ;sud it to mef' Th deputy tnko nuother gulp, and so on, doing that tion to the fact that the native instinct of dining tho day, AVlien I nm out of these American Indians is exhibited in their rend ns follows "I send you f3 and 11 dozen kisses.'' Glancing nt tho bashful gill bo snld: condition and training I can hold my breath young nt 11 wonderfully tender ngo; und In "Now I havo paid you tlio money nnd I sny hIriuI a mitiuto nnd a quarter, but when this iMirticular they diller vastly from'our you wont tho kUus." "Yes," sho said, in good condition I can hold ii twice as lung own children at a corivsioiidiiigtiiiio of life, Any man can nearly double his lung jiower and reared, ns the) have Uvn for ages, in n "if h has sent mo any kisses I want them too." It is hardly necessaiy to sny that tho by this exercise In sw inimiug ulwnys breutho clvillcd eiiv'ioument Nature. balance of tho order wns promptly paid, nnd through tho mouth instead of tho ii'c. It in a scleutlllc manner at that, and eminently takes, too Inn? to get a full luvutu through An Insane Woman' satisfactory to tho maiden, for sho went out tho nostrils 'Ono of the most striking things nbout In- of tho ofllco smacking her lls as if there was You ure swimming dm heay sui, for tx sanity U tho wonderful strength of tho luna11 taste upon them she hud never encountered ample, und, coming up from under one wave, tics," said nn of tho Huffalo State you see another almost uKi j ou. If you try Insane asylum while detailing his experience before. Easton tl'a.) Argus! to extiel your breath though tho noso and with tho demented. "Ono day I was assisting llio I'trst American l'liij;. take in a fresh supply that way, tho wavo to carry a trunk through one of tho wunLi S. H. Statrord, of Baltimore, says that Samwill catch you in tho middle of thn oiemtlou when a littlo woman patient laid hold of my Ueorgo and half stianglu you lfoio you know what coat and expressed tho intention of putting uel Hayard Stairord, of I'rinco tho county, Mil., has bcqueatheil to him ilnt is the matter Througli tho mouth tho lungs me in the t runic I tried to pull away, but was hoisted can he emptied mid lellllod in less than a her delicate hand held on with an Iron grip. American ring over made, which of the second, mid th Jswlmmer is prepared to no Force was the only alternative of remaining on tho llonhommo Richard at thn time Tho under or through tho w nve. This is ery im". thereuntil somo othor whim took osses9ioii battle with tho British fiigato SerupLs, Stafof Lieut. James oitaut in surf swimming, when the swimmer of her, so wo resorted to muscular persunsion. flag was tho projierty8. II. Statrord and tho gewn chuneo to lireutuo only liy coming to tho Would you bcliovo that it took three strong ford, tho fathor of , StafToi-iIwho fought surfuce cveiy half dozen strokes. In a shoit, men and a woman to make her lot go? Wo grandson of. Col. Jacob under Stuik at Bennington. -- Chicago when the waves are running pulled her slender fingers back ono by one, choppy son also, crosswise and slapping you on nil sides in each man hanging on to a single finger, until Tribune. imick succession, you would soon bo drowned finally tho parting of the thumb and the first A Mythical Church. if you tried to breathe through tho nose. linger released the garment. To bend back a For ) oars Now Y01 kers havo been conTho breath must bo taken quickly, so that tho tingle finger was liko bending a heavy tele- - tributing to the support of a "littlo colored iwimmer may not lose his buoyancy. -- New craph wire. It appears as though tho lunaj io church" sii.K)scil to oxlst in their midst. An Yoil. Sim. nas me po wer ot concentrating an 111s btrengu Investigation showed tho chinch wns a in)th, Iq a slnglo part ot tho body at tho expenso Of and the supxitltlous pastor, who has Ueu A Hobby for Costly AViitt lies, living on their lioiinty, lias lieen "sent to the Wall street men huven hobby foi ? ,000 Other portions in a manner impossible to. Chicago Times. 1.1 ishitni" foi three mouths. watchci. They have one dial for the tune of rational person." Buffalo Courier, c The tombs of La Fontuino and Molleie, in day, nml four stun!! dials which indicate tho wassliDb Ja' of the wvk the dn of the mouth, tho lbyViie gravo of Capt. Crawford, who his com I'oro IjiClmlso, uro crumbling rapidly to a Mexican troop whllo leading month ' " mi nr.il the quniterof th'i ruin, and scarcely n letter of tho inscriptions ' moon ' s nm U i'h h im und tnand In pmvuit of Geronlmo last suiiimer,'(J is now v...' :, t toluT. . ..mt- , ojt iiourn. hen lurk Letter. U 1 m ll tlu-ougI During the day sho spent her time in a small suite of parlors on tho ground floor overlooking the front garden, which was arranged In terraces, nlong which "she occasionally strolled. St. Dinan, afraid of another experience similar to the former, anil fearful of using a drug V) stupefy tho old lady, resolved to attempt to get at tho valuable contents of tho closet by do light. While tho domostics were at dluuer he i cached tho room in safety. Ho ransacked tho closet and stowed nwny in his pockets reveral raluablo Jewels and a largo roll of notes of tho bank of France. Ho rehxked tho closet and was ready to room, nult , the ,, , when ho heard a. click. f Turn- .. . , ing nastily no sow n panci in uie woiiwtoum movo li.wanl, nnd tho next moment Lawyer Jugon stopped into tho room. Both men were for n moment paralyzed with astonishment, and both grow ilrst pale, , then ml St, Dinan recovered himself l.r.t. "U hat means this!" bo asked, looking at , tho lawyer stonily. "I canio to watch you," was the answer, but the lawyer's lips were veiy dry, and ho found it hard to enunciate. "You camo hither by n secret door," said St. Dinan. "And how did you come!" the lawjer THE ORIGIN OF GEOMETRY. A IITTLK NAVAJO. PIANOS Son, tho popaUr snd trlUbfa Everett Ths telhritel (.'lounn A vVarrsti, srnl the John er.t Th f fl Kntli, th fiuoui Peck, fl i f5'l: il (.hurcliA Co.'i eil to Any ouedMlrlng sn elegint til duralile 11111 Ifsl Initrument will do well to fjmlne our prlrrs before pa chs'lnu WeN si?enl for the Joim Church A O) , and will war runt our lltio foi seren im!, ud our ()'Hn for fife jrrnn Tne Kreratt I'Uuo suJ Ibo Clou h , Wsrren Orgin sre the timt snd most rellslile Oar Imtruoienli Inilrumrutt iiunuriclurM. where rsnbeiren at the loitotllcs In 1 Komi llicliaidi will elate prtcce, ete. MIm l'moni who hT purehi-ri- l t lire Imtruraenti will trttlfr to their dursldlllr sml elmsnt flnlih We will IxiiUi loterto tho rutilk, and gutrau Ue.atlifaitlou Klder W. U Willlauif, of ItuitonTllle alio rep rreetiti the John Church A Co , and will he plrsi n 1 !"" THE PORTMAN . HOUSE . . ktto bte H. friend. It. A) . .. fOOU, Ageuti. ks BAHBEP, I'llOI'MI SHOP, ,wi sur-the- John I), Carpeiiter, lluiloniHle, J M Kltaore, Ktin onl, Jainra ltaler,Hlaiitord, J M I'nillps, siiin'rrd, A It PentiT, MianKiri, Mrs Kaonle tana, I aiiraiter; (len W J. I an Irani, lunrailrr, ( liarteiiiiilliI)to. JurlitliHi Cltyi W M I'arne, I'm arhrni tile: Mri K M. Catp'tit r Htaniurd Mr. H'BKle lloluie.', frai, Ordmrd t) T Wat P Ijr Iri'v hkkiuksi JJsSIJ TIKmi'sils, Work a il tllisl dlirat.n done In Hie litest fjdlm azii tl;U iilJHi with nslt)M a jik la fjinitr 'I e III. TllOltOl MIIIHKI Tiv-voux- ," HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL .ni3tiiusor ,iii:i.im:. w i Mull will and tfce nail I ki my lalle on ! 1 a t hum lialf wile troni Slanlmd luuil M i wl-ol lie pil'l'ts llllhetsfVT sfue In ma NM.e) due h. m j :) Ibie Bs nietre! at 1 lidllK Its'ii I , HI Friend tr M MiuntMK drt lerreil. I DSM-srt- d rled .i .ls)lkaud ! lUm ilr.', Iltlhert, his l loirlsl e Im . - twolns-n- . Iteaa- of Adlbnw'i dam Adeline, hn .re rnli IwinrlMl liHimud llurle Tem-ila- M II M tslliee r l"r furthrr irtleutau T.Maiqnl MAKES ldr S? easyT U m Psm dcM-npti- () i') $'H Tbla'as very nee jouw Hull l'm a nigral. l e,l hunlly l milker IstlHsllOs' the t Rrralislof hir dj,Brownrf Ulnit reJuwsl ;v, b0 ler her. The Ibdinln rriUlaM rallle Ue laktn Ihr wilh a Irtd at thelnl fur the (.dully, ftiw animal I the elwitixiu (mlutiaa Is uiien I'J n III tuy ell th, Mia. ilt I ull at ilria iMtirl l wesulii! lime l, el gig cii v ft wE BE .. Nat fd 150-1- ir. . 31 1 1 i.rit letl.ld, Ky (A H s'iulU r iik titln licf.rc N i 1 lor IkV Th SI. Tiitiir " nui ot fr c llmnrinu Iiiui lAixm to At.ji va, (,v 5g tto nn t a f i 4et!':t.i Ooiiihiiintiou INTERIOR And the NEWPORT NEWS 1 MISMSSIFFI YAILET TIIK () THE JOURNAL 6HES1PE1KE A OHIB BOUTE ltitatllle- al Weckly Courier-Journ- Ii'lllll('U,M ICIII l.UNl One year for only 81 lw ppw for ItlUi more inaa tbt price of nor, d paying ui IJ you will rwslrv lor 00a the your iKHtie r wih thn (Vurler-Journa- l, rrptfSMiMtlre nnwipjer of Hie ivhiiIi, democrat, leatid for a tariff for revenue oulr, and the teal. brlKhteil and ablest family wisjkiy In tbe Uulud Mam. IboM who dralre to examine a niaplr (An do to at Ihli orhr csipy of the Cou(l"i-JournMy al yi WnahinKlon, I'hilodolph'a Now York. The only line luanlor and 1'L'i.i.ma.v m:iv - sm:i;i'im, AIU au - -- THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y A SOLID TRAIN - raou LouUvilltt, Oiuoinoali tt Lexington, Kj to Wruhmgton Oitj, Cenncllnit In theurne Ursl ellh s Fnut Trains for Now Ilia Dlrett Home to fcftd York. Virg.si IanTllle, HotUtt and al hoilh Carolina I'uinl. lor ticket, anl luribar Informatlorl your nearxat i tet ortlre ir addref rw.,l)eueral k ut, Uaiuiuii, lij. W 1'iraldtnl. (,,n I Fa Uum if, Ur prlr u IV Men V.?,","".'' ".w.rii.i.p.n At r Interior Journal Hi A.N1-UH- cQnML e. "illuo-Clrax- u KY 1 W. P. WALTON. Upublitlied Pro'r. trlday at tba Hon (,..' rfrry Tuesday and low price of 8hortest and Ouiokest Ronto from Oe tra! Kentucky to all Pointa North, Last, West nnd Southwest. Kait Line Between 1'ilO IXl,LiK -- i.U U'.AK. I.F.XJTO.N A ClXn.VVt'i Schedule In Effect May Id. IM ootmi-iJoo.f- . t us-jc- x JOB UVORK " " or at.trtASSKs Notttly und Chouply Exoctttod. Lta, CoTlnton " Kalnioulb . Et H"n' 5 !2 a n, L. & N. -- " Cynthlina. Arr 1'arli.. " Iilnumn I.tv l"ru . . ,ml I"' lJVm i, 10 lKl- - Huu a eo 0l mllOia'pD III Mam 10 if) id1 I J M pa . J pm IJpra ru Arr Wluebar " Hlcainvnu ' Lancuier " rilaulurd ltlclmionj, Mrlnjauui u W . am pi-- i (i II J 87 p l w u. w ,., ... ... , t I, LHLJ p iopm n 1, , ,, 6 HI j tt tt pa ' Louisvilhi & Nashville R, R. TIIK t.T Arr. Herea " S HWffli No. 110 00 pm M p UI ' I.IUH- NOKTII.lTOUWD. 3 VIIKOUGH TftUNK 10 LLNL . .... Arr. Itlrhtnuml Lie. Ibierlaiid Ik'll-M M lo. II . ' No I nm - - .llbKtuii itMim a ui . " II llji ml ; " ' m SOUTH & WEST ItlTII Arr lilibinond I .vo Itlrlimoiiit Arr I'arli I.Tfl lacAater 7 . . Arr. Wlucbeeter,, Pullman Palace Sleeperc. IiiiliiHlli; Alluilflt, sui-Io- to SmhImIU'. .tloniphiH. '.'yntfilana , Knlmautli ., Arr. Corlngton i'arli Irfiliiton " J.9iJLHJU?0 II aw II iWa is I 10 p m n M a u I in pm 7 00 a n m " I m 7 'A in p m 8 ,'o a ia J JO 99 p ni , 4 47 n m in ni W a ui Ill ii7T.r. ii 17 io pu IJl ,, t ia prn ..... nn G 45jpm Ilonlonif.o. I. Mohllu mid Hnls one "' OrlouiiN. tu points in idli Koch Ltm Tl Cutlnston. 1HAYMVII.I.K IIHANOH. fT. Bf, i Kb, &3. N0TI.It0UKD. Daily Uallj Ki. Hud. Hi. bun i. . .Mw-ngl- 2 on n chsqc Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS com "ii ii I Ulllilt May.tllleo HOUTII-IIOni- B oi , 6 03 p id 7 10 p 10 30 a m a. rrv (', will I'e iln'iiit, '"Is s Imii man will lur H su-iii- ml 'mittii I' I MIM.fc lmir'Hl teirlte rlea,roulH !'.. 1 A s. No. fii iNo. 81 ' ri.it. Ilnll Ex. sJun.'Kx. Bun 5 6 7 7 8 9 63 87 25 48 10 05 30 Lto MaTTille.. " Jobnaon " Cnrllale Arr Pari? $25,000.00 GOLD! IN WILL BE' PUD FOB " Mlllonturg .. " Ixlngton " CiTlnglon ...., Notk. TralniSand 4 II ta ml m a a a a m 12 M p tt. m 1 .19 p m m m io 8 2!Jpu 2 50 po 15 p 8 10 p IB 1 00 pta u f.gLon f nd an,:lDnatl; other aru dally except Sunday, are dally between Wlu train, ARBDGKLES' COFFEE WRAPPEHS. ChreatKmke A Ohio for Sit. Sterling. Aihland. Huntington, Charleiton, W. V and clt. 1 t Promlumi 2 Promlumi, 6 Promlums. 23 Promlumi, 1,000 Promlumi, $1,000.00 - hhVW:,i1,,v 8500.00 each $250.00 8100.00 200 Promlums, illn-ctloti- s 1UU rrtimiumi 850.00 " 820.00 " 810,00 run Tl" Winchester u'n8,.'1"1 p?!i?l.r.lln, w1l,Ih,ru"in 8lcpnR Can belweon Fn5Cl5M?J KJehwond, Va. aSd Wlncheati Waahlngtop, D. C. JhJSVi! u". i,nd l,!W checked to any destination reacho.1 by railroad. CoSpair or" '' "" U "Dy "genl f the f-- O. MOUSE, OBn.PaM. Aueiit, K- " I,. A.KKEI.EV, Trar. ' bco Circu iv- - fnii nnrtfcuiara nnJ lar in urcry iQUua of AnDVCKL' Corrr.r.. H B, IIUNTINOTON' Rcrelrcr. t'bncral lirHcei, Corlngton, Ky, I'aaa, Ajent, Loilngton, Ky ' Seed Irish potato nt T. it, WaltonV new Stanford, Ky E. O. WALTON, - IUDIHHE3, onlonn, brans, cabbage, at 8. 8. Myers'. potatoes, wood for April 15, 1887 Twenty five cords of One fire sale. John Bright, Stanford. gent'e ahoee. EVERYnsDY come and examine Owaley A Craig. lit our $3 at Business Manager. L, A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mall train nolBg Eiprtti train" ... 1 U UN 2 12 A.M Horn. THE wife of Will U. Dunn, who waa The ot U GtlcaUUd on standard lima. Boltr Mine Jennie Siutlay, presented him with a aa ti about 30 talnutaa luUr girl Wedoesday morning. K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. North. south. Booth ,. ll 3 10 15 r. m. r. m . A. OAnnEN Heeds of every description A. Warren's Model Grocery. V Train teste Rowland atB anil 7.IS a. lUlurnlnK, airlTat6and I'Mr.n, LOCAL NOTICES. M. Wanted. Matron for Stanford Female College, next reasion, Muat have experience and bring in patronage. Alox 8, Pax-o- n. -- . SJ M- LANDiirrifa Garden Seed at Peony & McAllaterV A rULL line of fishing tackle of all kinds at Penny & MoAlliterV Ark your grocer for the Cincinnati I)a king Co.'h cracker and cakes. W ATCiira and Jewelry repaired on ahor notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIa r. BtANDAHD ready mixed paint: nualllr and durability guaranteed at Mclt)berta & BUKU'e. M achine can still be found at Peter Hamton'ii.Thoee wishing to buy would do well t) see The White and Edipae Sewing them. The Methodist church will be a daiay when the repairs are completed, though it will look only partially finlihed unleas the belfry ia extended into a cupola. ought to be done by all means. Thia The Philadelphia Clothing Agency of HrjNTEiw, Attention. Loaded Cart- all aiza of shot, at Penny A Mc John H. Craig A Co. ofl'era to the trade 'J00 tinea of children's and boys' suita; aizss and Allatcr'a. A txjMrLETE atock of jewelry, Intent agea I to 15 yeara. Knee troupers 8 to 17 ityle. ltockford watchw a ipecialty. Pen yeara three garments. Also men's extra uy A McA Hater. 12 to 48. aiie eult,al ride, 'personal. I Mil AND Mrs. J. .M. IlAlL are TtallioK relatives in tiomeraet. Mn, J. T. Haiiuis ia In Wayne county flailing retatWet and frienda. Win. II HaiuiIN, of Meridian, Miaa,, la flatting bla brother, Mark Hardin. Mrts J, II M Autrrrn ia quite rick with neuralgia, cauaed by a broken tooth. Mr. A K Pennv wentto Milleraburg yesterday to ee hia daughter, Mra. It. li. Mihony. Mit. William Fielm, Jn, and wife, of Danville, were rialting at Mr. Grime', tbla county. Mtw. Cath Hailey haa gone to Btwnd several weeka with frienda in Loulirllle and Shelby county. Miss Mollie Bukdett, of Ltncaster, pusetl through Wetlneaday en route to via it relatlTea in Parkarille. Muh Annie Beazley, who has been down with malarial fever aince Cbriatmaa, ii now very low with consanption. JoeH. Joneb went to Cincinnati Tun-da- y to be prerent at the marriage of hia brother to a Mia Ellis, of that city. Mr. Jamib Bmo, who bae (pent the winter with hia son, Kichard Bibb, left Wednesday for Todd county, where he will remain for aeveral months with another on. Mn Hamkord Ehwin, who has fallen of! from 200 tu 143 pounds, from neuralgia of (be stomach, will goto Hot Springs for relief. Mn A. A. Warren ripreaented Hope lodge, Knights of Honor, at the State Grand Lodge meeting at Louisville this week. cud to b found oinoaruere on thia page Dr. I S.Burdett, of Biodbead, who distinction aa an haa won much In a oculiat, olbra hUaerrlcai t) thoie ing from any of the uuuy direassa that af (lict the eve. House TillEr. Wednesday afternoon a LAUD. STOCK AND CROP thief entered Mr. A. K. Denney's houte while the family were out fishing and took Seed Sweet Potatoes at T. R. Walton's. from Mrs. DenntVpocket book J7.60. He The rain has come in was tracked lu Junction City and from TexM. there to Danville. He is suppoeetl to be a For genuino German millet seed go to white man. but who he ia it is not known. Wearen A Menefee. -- R. 0. Hall eold to J. M. Hill a W hen Leroy Liveti, tne 15 year old boy gelding fur $150. whoroobed a pMtoflhe in Whitley county, Dogs killed 75 sheep in one night fjr a was brought up for sentence before Judge Rarr,at LoulavllleTuealay, he cried and neighborhood of farmeru in Woodford. W. A, Tribble sold to J. M. Beaz'ey bezeed to that the Judje decid ed not to send him to the penitantiary, but gave him 42 acres of land lying on Logan's creek far three years in the House of Hifuge inetead. $1,550. In Louierille cattle are ateady at 2 to New Fiuu. Messrs. B. U. Pennington 4; hogs are firm at 31 to r)) sheep dull at and U. C. Johnson have formed a partnership for the manufacture of boots and shoes, D. B. Hamton, of Clark, sold to a and a general jobbing in that line. They party a jack for $750 and 3 bull will occupy the store room on Ltncaster calves at $50. street in the Interior Journal building. George Llveeay bought of James CumMr. Pennington went to Louisville last mins and Chris 8owder in Rockcastle, a lot night to porchaae stock. of sheep at $ 1.50 to $2. suffer- deerri about 5 cents at home. Ben Scott bought of Matt Gardner the lambs from 75 ewes at Rev. H. C. Morrison's revival at Paris 13.50 per head, the lambs to bo taken at closed with 31 additions. they mature. Winchester Ascension Episcopal church, at StillDemocrat. water, Minnesota, was struck by lightning WHITLEY COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, Monday and totally destroyed John M Meyer, Harvy Moore, G. E. The next maeling of the Tranaylvanla Presbytery of the Southern church will be Wiseman nnd II E. Woollork, editor of the AdvocaU, of Dinville, are In town stopping with the church here Sept, 21. at the Central Hotel and haying a good In the New York Methodist conference motion to pledge the conference to time fiahing. M. A. Faley ia in Ohio on the support of the prohibition party failed business for the Southern Mail Tranaporta tion Company, N. A. Richardson la on by 107 to 53. Rev. A. 8. Moflett will repreaent his the sick list this week. Mr. Hoian, a aaw Preebytery at the meeting of the General mill man of Cincinnati is in town. One Dr. Moppin, who has been dealing Assembly of the Preabylerian church which out a remedy called some kind of cure all convenes at St. Louis May 19. A handsome monument has iust been bitters at his pleasure and bidding defiance to the powers that be, was arrested aud tried erected over the remain's of Benjamin D , L L, D , first Bishop of in the police court yeaterday and fined $40 Smith, D. the diocese of Kentucky, at the Frankfort and coats, and the working statue applied. Dr. Moppin, as well as all other such men cemetery. caught, had not made profit enough on Dr. Joaeph Parker, of London, who will soon deliver an oration upon Beecher, his bitters to pay the fine and was given a in Brooklyn, has b:en formally invited by short time to replevy the payment, and in cable to preach in Plymouth Chureh, with the meantime was placed in the custody of a view to his poaalble engagement as its the jailer. After an unsuccessful attempt lo replevy the judgment, the doctor thought it pastor. Rev. W.J Johnson, of Georgetown, easier to give leg bail and attempted to carand Rev. J. A. Head, paator of the Monte- ry out hie plana, but after either swimming rey Baptlrt church, cloacd a meeting with or wadiog the Cumberland liver, which at Bro. Morrison was presented the time was verr deep fording, at Hast, his .12 additions. with $125 in money and aome $20 in pres- blood being too full of the bitters, or his clotbei too full of pure water, could not run ents, Paris Kentuckian. and brought The Louisville 'lima published Broth very fast, so he wns er Rimes' letter telling of sickness with back, and will have tn pay the penalty as thia comment: " 'Faith cure' Barnes' apol anpboAtd against him. We learn that there ogy (or resorting to medicine Tor the cure are too othei men near town trying to heal of bodily ills is publiahsd in this impres the sick without any authority therefor. To alon of the lima, nnd will prove mighty all such we would My, look out gentlemen , interesting reading to all but a few of the prohibition will prohibit. fanatical followers of that charming crank." RELIGIOUS. Boa-wor- th JOB F. WATEBB. JOHN P. DAVI8. WATERS & DAVIS, -- Doalors In- - MAIN STREET, T. Groceries, Hardware, Queens- ware, Glassware, Etc. STANFORD. KY. A Big Stock of Brand New Ooodi and "quick sales and small profits', is our motto, Tho patrongo of prompt paying customers, only, is ; yery respectfully solicited. Glassware. The attention of the lades especially is called to our large line of boantiful Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Pacific Eailway.) Shortest and Quickest Lino to Now Orloans, Florida, aouiii niasi, Texas, mmt hoiim west. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. REAI DOWN. No.; Dally. L.'Tc...rlnclnna, Ooorgetowa KEAD UP. TltAINt) NUKTII. STATIONd. Ho. 2. l I4o.l. Dallr Dally. Ex. Bun.! Dally. TKAINHUUUTH. No.3. I No. S. Dallr. Kx. Sun Dally. No. 4, No. 6. I No. 8. 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I" 12 65 7 C 45 p in 7 10 p iu am 30am ... ..Meridian .... ....JihrBTeporl. T. P Junction VicliUiurtf ., ., .. MRS. II. Ii. STEGEK NO. 112 EAST CHESTNUT STREET, No 9 learesOakdaleilally except Sun Uy. it 5 II a u , ArrlTini? Icarea CbatUnoogi at 3 O0 p.m., arriving at OikltlaatC Up. M. Mann Boudoir Bullet Bleaping Cira on all through trains. am 33pm am 760 am at Chattaauji at 9.15. 7 No. LOUISVILLE, - - KENTUCKY, JOnN Formerly of Crab Orchard, offers bar aorrtcea to the UcHmu imrchulne aztnt Any thing from the iinallnt article to a wedding outfit will ra. ctlTe her prompt and peraooal attention. A trial 2?0-lIt aollclttd. GAUIVT, Oen'l Manager. II rOLLBIUN.nen'l Frt.A Pass. ARt., It. CAUKOLU (ieo'l tfupt., li. X. UYA.N', Asit. Uen'J Krt. A Past. Agent. W. W. WELLS, Huperlntendent. Bomeriet, Ky. General Office. 8t. Paul Building, West Fourth Stret, Cincinnati, Ohio. a :rcr:E3,w- - DR.I.S.BUI.DETT, FURNITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. ! OCULIST, BRODHEAD, KT. Haa bad an experience of orer fifteen veara. and hia aucvesufully fretted- - bundrela of caci 8pe-cl- at attention la glren lo the treatment of all dla- etMaor latere, .dame ami addrew ot patlesta cunra given on application u tMlred. 2ito4. Ten-neaa- WATERLOO ! Tbla of 1M7 trottloi-bre- Gen. Fatette Hewitt, the beat Auditor that Kentucky ever had, waa here yesterday. The fact that he has held the office two (arms and haa practically now no shows how high opposition for Lincoln coun. he is held in public esttm ty should ehow her appreciation of genuine official worth by endorsing his candidacy for re election. ej Jr., George Becker sold to B. 42 bead of feeding cattle F. Bedford, at $53 per atalllon will mate the araaon at our tUblea In UIL'edgeTlUe, Lincoln d aaaaaaaaaaBtirKjrBSlS: TV ltJfB Kentuckian. At the sale of Alex Bush, near Athens, cattle were eold at last week, 40 short-boran average of $G5 per head. Col. B. F. Rohioson purchased a few days ago, some 75 nice ewes with lambs Ltncaster thrown in at $-- per bead. head.-Pa- ris n county at $15 to Insure a Colt till Weaning Time, Or $12.59 to lnaure a mars in foal; money due when the tact la aacerUIncd, or mars parted with Lien retained on colli till monoy la paid. Water loo la 1 rears old, black, 17 banda high , of iplcn-dl- d ityle and action and aa well bred aa any horw In tbaland: Us la by Richelieu, be by Mambrlno Cblel, he br Mambrlno Taymaater; be by Mambrlno; be br Imp. Meuenger. Waterloo's lit dam a Helm mare, br Uelm'a Yorkshire, he by Ilarp-Inu- i; be br Uambletonlan; be br Imp. Meaten- gcr. 2d dam Red Illrd, br Cannon Whip; he br Ulackburn'a Whip; he br Imp. Whip; ho br dam by llerod. 3rd dam a thorough-bremare, br Imp. Dlomede. Bay Meuenger'a dam Meaaenger mare, ana br wai out of a Imp. Rockloghain. Richelieu la the moat trotting horse In America, and the winner of more premlumi and punei than any horse In Kentucky. April, IM7. St. T. fr 31. H. RUSSELL 1 Sal-trad fathlon-ably-br- Mn L II. Hurt, of Columbia, pawed down to Williamaburg, Tuesday, in search of threo boys who have been stealing in his town. 0. W. OATroN haa given up hia poal-Uo- o of telegraph line repairer and gone to braking on a freight. He ia succeeded by C. E. Johnon. Messrs. A.B. Myera, J.B. Owtna, J. C. Hays, E. P. Owaley, K. II. Woodcock and Thomas Wberritt went down to the Cumberland on a big G'hing spree Tuca- ' .y. mi im nn i in pin a. f UD II. ,' in in i IE US m m T r in u. m in in I u ic jtn lu iln- - clt- - nd, llh lor. eec itci anj the Kr Much leas tobacco will be planted this year than last. Small grain is yery promising and a good crop is assured. (Georgetown Times. of the W. L. Diyis, superintendent Paris Flouring Mills, bought 16,000 bushels prime wheat last week nt SO cents per f l News. bushel, The show of stallions at Lexington on Circuit Court. After occupying the Monday was the finest exhibition of the cjurt for nearly three days, the suit of the kind ever witnessed in that city. About 45 First National B ink aainU Lvl Hubble were exhibited. for the IntereU on a note lor SJ.loO was We will sell at Dr. Hocker's sale on given to the jury at 5 o'clock WeJnesJay. the 20th, 20 head of calves and 20 year-lingLOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Hubble claimed that hia signature to all reds and roans and first dais. J. Thia excellent saddle stallion waa aired br Ke- tSe note which was for the purchase money F. and B G. Gover. cio. be by Whin, dam a Denmark mare. PrltKe la atS. 8. Myera'. Fresh Salmon out of a cross blooded Whip. He goes all the salts of the Stanford Milla was procured by Fifty shares of Mercer National Bans nsturally and la 4 years old inia spring; niacz. ol 1887 and fraud on the part of the stock sold at Loxington Monday at $112.50 15 hands high, lie will make tho season pike, 5 All kinds garden seed. T. P. Walton. at tor atakle on the new rreachertTllle altered after to $115 10 and 20 shares of Farmers Na- miles irom csumoru, at vvio Mtmtre n iwrr Bank, and that the contract wsb N'o 1 freah salmon Saturday eyening at to get up, walk aiound mare anJ auck; no colt no the notes were signed. At the conclusion of tional, of Lexington, at $121 30. " pay. If the mare la traded or removed from the Htmeey'a. W. V. me that ahe la defendant's testimony the plaintiff moved The fine Darby horse, Asfaltus, fell neighborhood without Issatisfyingwill also stand my due. I not in foal, theaeuon Handsomest line of drees goods ever the court for peremptory Instructions and while being exerciaed on the Louisville Jack, brought to thia city. Owsley A Craig. Judge Morrow decided to throw out all track, killing himself and his jockey, CharAt $7. on thesamu terms aa the horse. lie la 3 questions of fraud and other charges and ley Taylor, a well known colored rider. s years old this tall, 14 bands 3 lncbe high; fine We have juat received a crate of limit the jury to the simple proposition: engaged in length and rood form He was aired by Arch cow doctors, Chicago shsped goodrjcall and see them. new Walker's lick, out of n.y old Jennet. Will limit Whether the deed was in accordance with stamping out pleuro pneumonia, are said to 25 niarra tbla Bprlog. Metcalf A Foster. Si LAS ANDERSON. first agreement or had been changed be to have needlessly killed large number of Sash-Blind- s, the the algningSof the notei and its exeof diamonds, gold watches, New atock yaluable animals that were perfectly heal &c. lice pins just received at Thompson's, The cution. After remaining in their room an thy. he-for- e, i hour, Judge Morrow called the jury out Jeweler, Lancaster. A stock company of the White River and held it till yesterday evening, when it Junction, Vt., has purchased the bay stalnaylng toli my firm, I will sell to the highest Some of the members of the bicycle club was diecharged.fatanding 11 to 1 in favor of as lion Weetmont, record 2.24 by Colonel bidder on expert and don't are becoming exceedingly The bank waa represented by West, dam Fanny by Mambrlno Sherman, WEDNESDAY, APR. 20, 1SS7, Hubble. as good We can mind a spin of 30 miles at all. Welch A Saufley and.Mr nubble by O. H; for $7,000. as Atmr bomsatTurnersTllle, all my stock, farmHarding and L. F. Hub- Glasgow has a sure enough boom, ing utensils, Ac, consisting of 3 hgrsw. 1 pair ol Ah effort is being made to establish an Waddle, Robert fine see mulrs, 6 or 8 good milk cows the Gome Judge J. Ritter sold his farm near this moat of tbem hayecaWe, aboutJIhradof one and office of the Baltimore A Ohio Express An agreed judgment oi $100 was given f steers and heifers, It succeeds 8. 8. Myers will be the R. W. Glvena A Son against the L. A N. place last week, containing 200 acree, for in a good thoroughbred bull two yeara InterestJ here. If old, 2 $20,000. Such a farm would usually sell head oi good begs, 1 reaping macblne, 1 mower, 1 agent. waz- for killing a mule and the burning of some GREEN. Agt.. Hmtenvllle, Ky. t.V.. l Altilon kiMj.r. 1 hsrrow. 2 Hart County News. ona. all In good condition, 1 carriage, double aet oi A Son for $2,000. Boxes, violins, etc. Music boxes fence. Verdan vs. H. W.Caldwell gear Mbsio na piows, harness and Bees ron Sale. Half to three quar dc about 50pole, l ouggy corn, naruris, meat, ooa), yeaierday. aome barrela of from 75 cents to ?S5. New styles double was the onlv jury caae to ter Italian Euly Swarm, $2.50 each, gum house and kitchen furniture, f.5 acrea ol knob land. Tim rniirt will exnire bv limitation Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. spring movements at Thompeon's The. JewColo furnished at coit. land 2 year-olS. a. HOCK KB, morrow, when Judge Morrow will leave for 217-telsr, Lancabler. Turneratllle, Ky. nies $5 each, with gum. Apply to R. H. si weeks' term at his home town. The a three " JonN H. Ciuio A Co. represent the Judge ia a hard worker and has done hie Bronaugh, Crab Oichard, Ky. G. W. Bchullz's chestnut filly Gold clothing department of John "Wauamaker'e put to dispose of the docket here. In Philadelphia Ban, 5 years old, by King Ban, dam Ciclly mammoth establishment Fred Tarrant, son of Mrs. 8. F. H. Jopeon, will go out of training and be bred, largcat in the world. '" Tarrant, of Crab Orchard, was married last She started fifteen times laet year and won MR3 II. L.STEQEit, having located In Lexington Gazette. week to Mies Stodemter, at Montgomery, five time!. Loulayille, offers her services to the ladlie Ala. James W. Guest. Dinville, lost at the Judge Ciswell Bennett, of the Court of Association course, this city, Tuesday afaspurchaalnR agent. Kead her card in BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. a former Lincoln An,!., and Mlw Mollie Cumbaugb, of This Magazine portrays Anieri-en- n this Issue and palronizs old bay colt, Ward Gil ternoon, the thought aud life from occau tu county lady. Lyon county, were married Tuesday. The more, by Lsonatus, dam Creecont, by imp. occnu, is filled with jiu re li!glicl(u judge is pant 50 and waa.a widower. Lexington Saaette. Australian. litcrnturc, nnd can be safely welThe cattle advertised to be sold at Dr. W. L McCarty, who thinks more of comed in any family circle. Hocker's sale, will be eold regardless following ablluary notice has been S. G. The to have auppcateil aa one which would be juat the Dick Warren than anybody, has named hia PRICE 28c. OR $3 A YEAR BY MAIL of what they bring as we are bound Norman stallion for him. If the horse will Sampti Copy of current numbir ntalltd upon money to pay ome debts J.F. andB.G. rlghtslzs for several of our cltizsns. of 25 ett ; back numbtrs, IS ttt. this stone there rests a man who'll be as popular in the Kings Mountain secGover. Is still telling tho old reliable 0L1VEB, and alto bat an improvement. thi, 1.11 with cither. keep on kicking all he can; he kicked tion as his namesake, Mr. McCarty haa is dostined to make It much m ore popular than it has ever been, Address: t.i .Ulluhilullv balmy weather of the while he remained on earth, commencing at about as good n thing as ho needs. metamorpho Don't buy a pump until you seethe BUCKET ELEVATOR, 'andrfortcut-tin- g E. T. BUSH k SON, Publishers, laat week has almost entirely The wool market has opened and our kicked so hard he JEWEL and EC0N0MI8T boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. farmers and the hour of birth; be 130 A-- 13i ri'iirl St., X. V. sed nature and given the heels would sometimes local dealers are paying from 20 to 23 cents. RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES, &c. to get In their beet btrkPil so hich his gardenera a chance Heav Wash Gay sold Monday to B. II, Jones 21 Also a general line of Hardware, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue.til-in- g, a spring, scrape the sky; and when he reaches licks. Oae fair spell don't make no street cars head of yearling mules at $62 50 per head, &c. does a en's gate, he'll kick becauee however, any more than one swallow W. U. McKlNNEV, a sllyer harp he'll hold, Kidd A Tribble shipped laat week to BaltitalMtaen. snap or two may yet wait, and when aummer, and a cold rVvWi more 150 hogs for which they obtained he'll kick because It ln't gold. do their work over. cauee tbem to 1S-I- Death A letter from Dr. L K. Yatee, of Hiawatha, Karma, inform i ut of the death of his mother, Mra. Rith Yatea, on the 1Kb. Bhe waa a reaident of Stanford from to 1877 and our citizena will re member her aa a true christian woman, who waa highly thought of by all her ac qutintancei. She muat have I) sen at least 80 years of age Journal. Will alwAjH liaye on hand a large and select Uuo or Furniture and Undertaker's OoodM. Mj price will be aaj low an hucu goodn faun be bought In the cltleH. Give me a trial and yen will be convinced that I ncll lower than the lowest. WEAREN & MENEFEE, li ?, PRINCE. to-d- JWLt-M-IL- JO-, Mei-kin'- ten public sale: d one-hal- Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Phcetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Our Stock of Ve Picket Fencing, hides is larger and more complete than ever from the cheapest to the best. represented. Prices to All of work guaranteed you vehicles as sell suit the times. any dealer or manufacturer and for little money. assortment before it is broken. our and twn-hota- n J.B. WEAREN & MENEFEE. d OLIVER, PLOWS! "Be-nmi- th W. IX. HIGGINS PuJo't.w. I ,w iraw'saiiKjs iionii i . - " - )?r. SiL", v-- m r.w - ii, t, " W ftjf J ftj 7 t in invA"Jlifc ..... T . raa 'tr lai.-- jim !" .i " i I .' : -:-- " 71 $lMWLUV$mXlM The Ten Commandments. ,JOttntal I. Toqu shall have no other Interstate Commerce bill but Iho Cdllom bill. II. Tnou ehnll not nuke unto thyaelf and rule and regulation tot the carrying of froittht and passenger in the likenes of anything that ie in the heaven above, or that in in the earth beaetih.or that ia in the water under the tarth. III. Tbou ihalt not bow down to any railroad president, general pastenger agent, or freight agent, for we, the comminion,are not bi green as we look, nnd If there ia to he any bowing down an1 doing the grand, wo want all there is going. IV. Rjtm inber the 6th o( April aod don't you forget it, oh ye wbo hate been Betting over the country on annual, fcr then do the paaee fall like leaves of the chestnut tree in a November gale and there U nn help in ye. V. If you must cuc, cusa Cullom for this ia the bill that the Senator from Illinois glveth thee. VI. Tnou alialt not unjustly dlacrimi nate. We will never agree a to what "unjmtlj" means, no you mint be turtle ularly careful about the aixth command ment VII Thou chalt not ciairuit thv,elf to a greater extent for ahor' haul than for a long baa', even if it d w nice mire for a long hall. VIII. Toou halt not hve any addition, division nnd ailence. IX. Thou ahull not bur railroad atock unleii you are abort on the marke. thy neighbor, X. Thou aha't not p nor thy neighbor' if, nor hie man servant, nor hia maid Servant, even if he trav-ele- th with hia r nil hia a and the other membera of the commission. N. B. And tbou shall rub in all theee commandment until the people weary and ragd and imagina a yain thing, an I break Pittsburg Chron tip the whole biuine'i. icle. Packed the Supreme Court. "Did the 8upreme Court of the t'nited States eyer decide that greenbacka were not a legal tender mid fterwajda upon reopen Your cjtiesilon ing revetae the rec ilia the moat aojndaiuua chapter of our history. Ia 1.SG9 the Supreme Court of the United S atei decided that the clause of the Cjnalitation parmitting Cinreaa to "coin moiney"did not include the pwer of printe'l paper a legl lender, and thai ihe "printing of greeobacka" waa not Chief-Justicthe "coinage of money' opinion of the Court, Chase delivered the which was' compoaed of seven members Congress, then overwhelmingly republican, in order to overturn lhn decision, increased the number of Judge?. President Grant appointed Judge Strong, from Pennaylva wis, and Judge Bradley, from New Jereey, upon ibe understanding .that they would decide the other way. A new case was brought before the court (.Knox va. Lee) in the December term, 1S70, and Mr. Justice Strong delivered the opinion, which waa thai Congreaa could "coin" paper in a printing press and it would be money tender), whether it hd any 'value or uot. Mr. Bradiy concurred, and theae two Judges, with the three wbo had opposed Chief-Justic- e Chare, formed a majority o the court. The Judges who supported Mr. and Field Chase were Nelron, Clifford This waa the first lime in American history that disgrace waa brought upon the Supreme Court; but three of the Judgei who at upon the Electoral Commission decided the question quite as scandalously, voting on alternate days on opposite sides of the fN. Y. World. eamo question. the tondrihj Tney wero bound toother I of a mightr late, thla stalwart youth, and the sweet, confidlnc; girl, whose tiny hand neatled 33 trustingly in large brown No. 10, As they stood there together o the quiver-in- g moonlight on the front door steps. Only a fortnight before, he, Harold Dudley, brave and manly, had asked her, Birdie Oibjrne, the beryl eyed beauty of the Seventh ward, to be his bonnie bride, and she with a heart full of tender passion bad told him induttering wordleta that he was the only man she had ever really and truly by Bucxlen's Arnica Salre. The boil Salve In tbe world forCuta, lirulie Sorca, Salt Hhoum, Fever Sorei, Tetter, Chapped llandi, Chllblalna, Corni a'nd allfikln Krupttoni, and poaltively euro Piles, or no pay required, I, ti guaranteed to give perfect utlifaetton, or monoy box. For tale by refunded. Price 25 cents Fenny A McAllitar. SSSlSu L iftfl.. set-ton- pr THE COMBINED STALLION, An Old Citizen Speaks. Horrli, an old cltlija of Rome, lit. ayi that he bad been badly troubled with Kidney Complaint for a great many years and with Eczema for three yean; at timet could acarcety Mr. J. M. SECOND JEWEL. This One, combined statilon will make the 18J7 at uiy stable near. Shelbr Cltr. In Lin coln county, ou the Shelby City A Knob Ltck Turnpike road, at Comowrcial Colltgeof Kf . UM ? e r s ty, it:',--- 1 totvntapeii ana util natlntit Osllere In tho World.rniiriii...,..4i),n tjf4l....li. XT crpt iltii'" rinj e Ie-g- Those holding accouu's against IL 11. Gentry, dee'd., will present them properly cerlltie 1 to me Bjv Stallion foilded li Iti hands high. It Hell 14' j hands high. narlr blaik, with tutaly as early as pcsilble. br Mesenger Chief, 1st dam by Vermont Jr, 1 ldntt and general make up lit c ass. dam by Imp. Scythian, Sdam by Bonner's Gray J1UN.JI. C URSTHY, K. N. VOIVRI.I., Adm'xU. It. Gentry. Eagle, 4 dam by Onslott't Telrgranh. '9 Jt l , miles from Huitoollle, on Ihe Hustonmle His sire Meewngrr Cnief. 2 In 2 SO lift, by Ab A Liletty Turnpike roiJ, L'nculu juuty, Ky. dallah Pilot, dam bv Mambrlno Messenger, 2 dam by Mambrino Cnlef. 3 dam by Imp. Napoleon; 4 dam by Tempest, Messenger Chief tired Maud Messenger 2.1b',, Marrel 2 2S; Got 'i,23 aud many others dratlm-- to win tame on the turl. Truth. Abdatlah Pilot, by Alexandir'a Abdallab, dam Ko. "H Htao.UrJ I tvler ItuU A.T It Wl ) s Ulandlna, by Mambrlno Chid, s'cond dsm win tiinu -dam, 2 21' (by Parker's Unwn Pilot. AbDear, Sweet, TnocQHTFPr Guu dallab Pilot tired Plckard 2 W , IU.I Jim 3 yrar-ol- d reco'd2.2S, Mcatitir Chief sirtU Maud Four girls went fiihing. Tney seltc ed a very rainy day, and they had all Ibeir va Alexander's AUlallah, by IlysJyk's Hamble-tnnladam Katie Darling. Alexander's At dl-- x Two miles fr .iu, IimuM, on Ihe Stanford rlke at cloaks and head and feetcoverinc. eind UoMnullli Maid 2.14, lloullud '1 21V They went all by themselves when they TliornUlo 2.22),, Major L'.lull l.W, St. Kl lucre TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON ..30. H also sired Almont Ileliuont, Heltora, took a boat and went to fish. It waa in ttnelby thief, together with Ibe ilami "f Jerome Willi privilege of return In isi or IV) insurance. YAAr 2 1I.J. Katlo MldJlcton .'2), Bill Tnundtr true feminine earnestness Maine. With '.Ti.r Vllili"JlSaWri 2.25S.elt. Arthur Sims It l.r (, an. Knot llu he by Villwieit!MnT:'sWlaHHaiH lUWr Iwsenger Chief Jr . will nuke tne pietent they started o2 without anything to put i.iui 'JtffTBaaJSJtaflHejptJMBIr Here. A . Wis dam wat Ijidy Arthur, I y my place P nllet from lluitnnvllie ou tbe llourbou CMler, r Mambrli o Chief, by Mimi rlno the fish in. They bad an elegant time un Bradfuidtvllleplke.rt I'aymistir,Ae. Arthur Sims It a bay, U'( hands, I Mi. til they caught a pickerel. When they Mart, rUbt bind loot white, foiled 310 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT smail a hsndiomely finished colt and bred in stay. He Is to caught the pickerel they didn't know what nas been nauuieu a utile and promises well lie Money due when colt l loalnl or usre parted Ha combine tbe atrslnt of the handsome llltrk to do with it. It was alive and flopping. with. Matsi will I pastured at 12 per month, Hawk and stout Mambrlno Cblrl families, and It a i ut I will not i responsible for accidents Tbey had it in the bottom of the boat desirable stock horse and on his sire's tide tracei 1 . CfV II .TM.V. twice to Imp Mesitnger and twice on lila dam's They wtcdfred why it didn't lie quiet HuitunTllle. side. 164 Mares kept In ai.y manner desired, at ownei'a At last a happy and benign thought struck My Stallion, rlik. T. A.K I.KI.V. Bar. Z I have secured the services cf a one of them. Lancaster Ky ber, and propose to turn out work done up only lying in In Ihe highest Style of the Tonsorial Art. My "Poor thini' it's getting all wet (ien. Knox, 110, Standard I nder Ilule the tire thop It centrally located neat door to Wcartn s Will make the present lesson at .11, SMITH the rain " Sims wai bred by Iianlel Ilrl I am prepared ti Bx the "bangs" A Menefee's. It A lyj.T,t.VM.2lJillesfrom Manfird, on the ot Arthur, and wat foaled In ISii. He lfeuttli. ennui I t wn t y truly enticing, a And she whipped off her water proof and of young Utiles in a manner gentlemen of Stan- aomer et pike at $H to limtirv it llvinu d Hero, HI, and dam by Searcher son of Harney Henas above. He Is a fine let call from both tbeladlet cnlt, same conditions wrapped it up in it. Eich of the four ford and tho public generally is Tery respectfully borne, lb hands high of good style and ac- ry, 2nd Hunsdsn Maro by Hill's Sir Charles, ton of Huroc. lUcjrd2.1P ,, public trial at lb yean old ittl-tt- . tion and has proven hlmte'f a splendid Ire der. WILL KIAfV. of the four solicited. caught a pickerel) and each ter-pro- laved. Taen he rained kisses upon her fair brow and pressed her to his panting bosom until he had nearly broken a rib, but she s.ood it with a brave endurance that caused Harold lo wonder reproachfully whether or notsbehad ever been there before. But he did not stab her young heart with his He merely kissed her cruel suspicions. and asked her to go with him once more ta see the Boston Ideals next Wednesday evening. She accepted with a mad enthueiaem that almoal shattered bis great sympathetic nerve. To niht they have been cooing fondly for the accustomed three hours, and Harold waajun about to eay good uight before BirdieV fiery hearted paw shot his gun out of ihe etcond etory window to indicate that tne witching hour of eleven had atrmd. 'B,rdie,"ne asked with tnat sweet and toucbin eloquence which only belongs to a lover's eoul, "are you quite sure you love me, Birdie." "Yea, Harold," she cried passionately, "my sweet true loye, I adore you." "And would you do anything for me, my very owi" he continued with a longing glance down into her dep, beryl ejea. "Aye, Harold," she answered steadfastly, ia up etaira. "anything. My pocket-booHo uiucb do you wan ? ' t Harold looked tired. "Not tnat, Birdie," he anawered, rather snarply, "not that; you may ktep your thirty cents." Tnen what i i(, nirolu?'' ' I wish, Birdie," he answered, speaking "I w'nh, my darling, slowly nd tnat you would go to your Uncle Jobn morning and ask Siration early him lo shove that ninety feet of ground of mine on Weit Cneatnut street off on Davis Brown or some other sucker right away. I'm gelling a little weak ou down town property." Birdie ftinled ihete in the Apjil moon light, but recovered in lime to work her uncle John on the following mornioi;.-Louisi- iile walk, and bad tried many remedloa without benefit, before he began taking Electric Bitten and anointing his bands with Bucklen' Arnica tjalre, Thla treatment afforded blm great relief and he trongly recommend! Electric BIttera to all wbo aufler with Kidney Complaints tor need a Blood Purifier. Sold by Penny A McAlliter. $15;the Season, or $20 to. Insure. Most Excellent. J.J. Atkim, Chief of Police, KnoxvlIIe, Tsnn., wrltei: "My family and.I are beneflclarlca of your most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New DIscot eryfor Consumption; hating , found it' to be all that you claim for It, desire to testify to Its virtue. My friends to whom I have recommended It praise It at every opportunity." Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and every aOectlon of the Throat, Chest and Lungs. TriThlat nerr varlea. al Bottles Free at Penny A McAllstrr's Drug Store. strength powder wholenoincnosa. A marvel of purltj, and 'More economical Large size. tU than the ordinary kinds, aod ran not l tola competlton with the multitude of low teat .short You vlll confer a favor on the publisher abd do weight alum or phosphate powders. Poldonlj In UorAt. Bikini) Pownxa On, tbo proper thing by tending the amount of your cans. 106 Wall Stroet. New York ubscrlptlon at once. YSAiUd.KsTALLIn.S, THEFANl Green's Golden Balm, sure cure lor Catarrh at 50c, at McUoberts ,1- Stare's, 4K,MC POWDER Absolutely Pure. aNDPsoioaxK. Second Jewal It a blood bay, with black inane and tall, 15 hands X Inches high, with fine style and artlon. He Is 6 rears old this spring, was tired by Lewis Cunning, ham't Jewel, he by tbe famoui old Washington Denmark. First dam, Minnie, by McDonald's Halcorn; second dam by Weill' Ci under j third dam by a ton of Davy Crockett; fourth dam a saddle mare, pcdlgreo unknown. Mr. H.C. I'arvln't Old Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, wat a premium animal from a colt up to an aged tnarr. Second Jewel hat been shown SI times and worn the slick tie 31 ted only three limes. Mill also stand at the satue sta'de, Ihe One yotingjack Duran-Tioa times-defea- Keefli.MS UrutnlMmAittkimtmlUm.' R4BII ! JtVswSws eailiirt -. v Imelatltm Tuiii.- - mi.. t'V Tm.M rllU. thi t)itf " eallee. l:eler iriecreea ...1...... (lew. Uniumit UaemaleeS Mffru J.'. Ilrrii W. IC MMITU. ri.. i, iiat.., Kj "lift.'if Hleea. in IIMftlBeAtt taea-nit riAiri, .- Miert-Haa- M V u BBLQ-IT- J ls&, AM) 3 JACKS, Will make the season of I S97 at my slables on tbe pike leading from Stanford to Crab Orchard in I lei from the latter place Helgtum wat brougnt from Ohio at and It now o. He It 4 Norman a beautiful dapple gray, heavy mane and tall, of good atyle and action, and list nroven himself a gcoj breeder, several ol hit colts basing been kept for stall. ons William Jniuos, 'fijulr A. K. McKluney, who have his coin, are referreJ to. The Jack, Mogul, Is ll yiars old. I. Ink. with white nose, was sired by a Madison jtrk. I don I , know the but know he Is a good mule sck Ills dam was lllacl Hawk, he It ijulck and a goo-- i brivder lllaik Hawk Is a sol II black, 4 yea.i .Id, It hands high, will ihow levencollt Ibn i u afc last spring are very fine mulia TbeborM wlllttand at ld - Use Green Cough IUIjaui for coughs and Price 50c. For sale by Miltoberts A St.i. oils. Wallace foaldcd May 1, tST" Denmark ll ! ! He a iosl black, 14 bands S I lulus huh. He was sired by stix-kCaldwell's Young BlscL Hawk, he by Velocipede by Ilobertion's Sampton, he by Imp. Mambe moth, His dam as by Stlgsll't Black lluwk eecondUaiii was r.lsel by httles Maxwell and r;-an Initsjrted Jack. Money due lien the colt It Lien ictalnrd un all loaluior more colts till season i barges are bald. 1 'a turtle will be f..rnl)u.l al rnatonable rates JOilajM Parting wab iiirei forfeits the Imurance . s. t. The Jacksat !Sfo htnurc toltn 4 lit t!,i chrli y City. Ky old Maretrailrd with or luovid tit mskii r ot ey d le.tbe i oils aland good twelve ti r us c s4. IBLAOKIHA.WK,; it ftH.to'litHin-- n I.lvrColt. ttnlltti i'VT "i t. tMuimt:, 810 IiiMireii Coll ,. old Is a rich tuahogony l.ir 15', hands high, heavy mane and tale. Is sirtetlf tine and tancr, Is both a natural and pleasant breeds fancy, and a more, unlljnu brooder of He Is bigh-tastyle saddlers can not be found Green's Electric Oil cures all aches and pains. on both sides to Ihe third gcuerstlon, backed tborough-bred- s ou both sides, making him upby For sale by McRobertt A SU at 50c. rcrr active and sprightly lu gait, In lorui and bnlth a perfect model. He was slrnl by the nuble Sumpter Denmark, hi by Goddtrd'a Demnsrk, be by Gaines A Cromwell' Dunmirk, h by the race hone Denmark, be bj Imported Hedgeford. 1st dam waa sired by nlr WalUre, be by Hit Wallace, he by lr Allien Uhorough When llaby wm sick, wo gave lier Cutorla, bred) second dm by Vlnctiilus (dam ol Ylmlulut Tranby, thorougrfbreili he by the telebratrd br When she wm a Child, slip cried for CastorU, Maton't Whip, S dam a Whip mire. When she became Misi, she clung to CattorU, Will make the season f at lur larm, SV, iuIIm from Huatonvllle, nmr t'arpetiler'a nation, When the had Children, she i;Te tliem Castona jnd wit. be pcrmlttod to terre mares ut How Is your llol? Use Green's SAHiparilM For uIp lir McUnberts A HUkc at f I. s.iJ-dle- r, ERIGSSOIU, JR., ''m. '.'.', !twru D.U.I It MUt. $110 the NeuMon or 81ii.no Hiiro a Living Coll. to In. II. K. TAYLOIl, Of LOGAN COUNTY. Is a Candidate or IheoBlc of Superintendent of I'uMIc Instruction, subjsct to the Democrallo State Convention. rare and breeding will reMaris committed to attention. Grass furuiihid at reasonable rates, to bt paid for before the rvmors ol mates. No responsibility fur accidents or Parting with mirn forf.-- l ta the Insuranee. ceive my personal iy Is by l.rlcsaon In 2 ultal.t by Miuit.r.no ( liter, by Mciiilirlno I'jy mailer, dam thedam ol (lollah Ills sons slnd 72 and his daughters are the dams of IS In the 2 So list. My fine stallion, Wilch. will make theseiion of Krlcseou Is half brother to I rle, recor 1 ol las: al my plan--, known as Ihe John Lloyl at a four year old aud told lo Kolvrt Honner at Thuriiianfariii.l'.mllra from Micll.y illy ai 1 that age lor 110,000 the Stanford A Uimlllr aud Danvlt e 1st dsm by Hod' by old l'llot sire ot I'llot, Jr., A Huaioavllloliirnplket at (l21n2 3Jlist ) ritotslrvl the dams of Jay I.ye and 21 810 TO IN8URE A LIVING COLT re,2 10. MaudS. 2.i8.'4,oNutwoo.1 2 In tlieJ.iO Hit Membrli Chief tired Vjtoy 'I horn 2.IS1,, Wowlfoid Meml rlno 2 21.'. Hrlgnolt Money duei hen oil i fm Ir-- or u.ir par 2:Wj4, ritk't.Mambrlno Chief 2.W,, 'rlay Henrv l Willi. 2.VHJS, Membrlno Star Meaibrino l'llot m uai ill high es.l wa- - s'rrd y 2 27, North htar2.Ji, (lay, by Frank Woliorl nilllain Hp ri. c hands high, sire or (.Hil.'j, datu KrlisMn, Jr , It a toild bltek ilaulvjm-Stoner- , 2 record Seeutid and wclgns l.2uo Ibt. He Is a horse mat rtcoiu .VI dam by llray bgle horse He bsi mends himself esen If he hsd no dUrre. Ui.t several colts that are tof fin. iwij ilie aod style poaseMing me iuckm mai n noes snouhl male hliu He breeds large slid Is a Hire foil teller, ant is one of Ihe grandest stalltocs iu Kentucky, serof kind dlipmltlon, A Isdr tsn drive hi In vice let wil1 l jstety. He eas never handled a day for iperd 2 SO. "WELCH. "'i"i !', 2.'$, but itiowi goal trotting action. I w $15 TO INSIKKA Will also MA UK IX TOAI.. J. STEELE CARPENTER. 1'irting with or moving tu ire ojt ol renters money due, 1 1 ltd tt At i.elgb-litfco- butirrl br gool !? He Is Ibe same plire aud on Ihe same terms alio eland my Jaek. WIl.l.l.tM i. LK. a a,S.year-nld,blsrk,Mt- NOTICE TO CHEIilTOItS. MESSENGER CHIEF, JE MY VISE JACK, Mi'i:i,HOY, At $1(1 en O e lame conditions as abor He hat proteii hlmvdl to - a superior breeder, having U-- t u, .lie In thlt anJ ad jiroducedeutueol th Joining eouniles and It also a rood Jernet Jack. Jenne' !.;!' liuntod Jiit, hsndshlghar ml o- I -t oi a ;i:onriRii kui,kjux, SILVERKING Will mike the preeent season at my ita e re mile from Stanford oa the Manlorl and HaiU.n am 'aViH title Turnpike At 10 4 lo IiiNiire it I.IvIiik Colt. pe-l- ARTHUR SIXVIS, iJIom-lind'- n, Helt yeinoM.16 hands bUh. abeul u' ros c hoeony bay, with One wane aud .all abd a ' model and a natural t idle horx. Slrnl by Hubble's Uenrasik, known as t'ti Time I iritilam, Motile Mounli, by Cabbie's ltinxt Mvoud dam l.y loung Ameilea be Vy rsji.-.rMeMrnxer Hi rd dara by Mlller'a leuiak wb ti gliei hliu a double ctoai of the ladll,' tt fern the world fourth dam by Jehn lllunt, i.ne ( s lit - Ibel-es- t rsm horses of oil day, ntih dsm by t ax Will also stanl at the same p!a:- my t.r. is te ea-on- nt I YOUIt ATTENTION HOLICITED. ilrst-cla- si $ tn limuri-- n l.lvlm nit M . ey due at weaning time or when mare Ii parte I Willi. He i a I ron lirk wllh wblla luinta. rears old In ' full I bandi high lie wais ed br AUIn s King William and be by King l'h lip, Qrit dim lllarknatln Jennet theliilre.1 t King rhlll'p-"ion- d dsm by MorecsiHe ard rr y Jim Porter This Jsck baa provnl hluiMlllol boe brevier Mveral of bli coltt Itir teaMD s' weaolng t me brought one bundml do iars .it to STEVE WALKER. J.Ii. J. R, A' J. It. b'.l Mlan'orJ. Ky ItlllN, JO ABD ALL AH, Vermont Hambletonian. Thli finestsllioc my farm, miles ford and Danville ' torn-blnc- pile will make tbe season of from Staeford un the .si'al Sua wrapped it up in her water proof, and the rain wet them through to the skin, but they kept their fish dry all the same - Sin Francisco Chronicle J. K. BAliaitJtAX Unslonvlllle, Ky. FOK NAJLVE! Store Booms. Wade Hampton's Belief in Prayer. C. C vVoolworth, of Albany, head of the The love and admiration in which be ia concern that makes postal cards for the At Executor ol Lewis V. Philips, deed, I oder held by the people of S)iith Carolina are 60verntn8nt,"3ay3 lhat at the factory in for sale, on easy terms, the following real estate In tbe growing illustrated in an incident related by Gen. Cistleton, Pa., they manuficlure between and near K'ntucky: town ot Lancaster, Garrard county, on Public Stiare ot said One Brick Store-rooHampton when he wa recovaring from bis two and three tons a dty the year round room town, now used ai . aicknear: One frame Store room on the Publlr S'juire, new The larjeit order 'they ever filled for one used as a family grocery room "I am certain," he aaid, "that my life waa city was 4,000.(00 cards or about 12 tons of Two s on lUcbmond Street, near Pu' eived by the farvent prayers of the psople paper for New York. We use here about He Snuara. one now used as a Millinery Store, tin Undertaking establishment. With as ofSjuth Cirolin. I waa at the point of 0.000.000 cards a month. Chicago comes otherblock an be sold It Ueslnd a lot of ground will thla adjoining. in life, when death and had loH all intereit Una farm with house and other nfcesary Imnext with about 3,000,000 cards in Ihe provements, on tbe Uxington Turnpike, 2 rulli-- j I received a letter from an old Methodist dry-gooStore-room- Valuable Heal Estate and ABERDEEN CLAY Solid bay stallion, foaled Mty lath, 183t. .IreJ by Aberdeen, sire of Ittttle U'olwsrl. U.15i; Jim Jewell (paeer) 2 10V Mmlor 2 10'4: Hugo 2.23; Irish l.id 2.23hi Kt Tav .: sir Waller 2 2I, lor 2 23.';. Valley For i.'-S21.1,; Mlanla 2.27 Stella Star iM'i; Lid 2.2;'j. and other last cues. He Is the Brand tire '7; Charier Thorne 7Ji, (Jrin of Mtlscca Boy i ."' J lircen (Jlrl i i'K, Sir Wait. r. Jr. UJ; .Nutbrnler year-old lv jt bury S alter retold 9Ji t '4J. 3- -j ear-ol- Wasblnston Deumark, sire of King William A' t Dccmsrks slnd Nill.i . !, Utile I.awrciwe if. Hilly '3,'i. aid the g and dam nl Wild Kike 3 eicept Hilly are out of maris ot unknown breeding, which thdws that he Detimarks produce ipetil iinalde! by trotting blood i,; dam by American Clay, aire oKirtriTllle, MHKgie llrlggs . 7; li'la Clay 7',. and thoiUma Hani hero U; Amtusaador otKxtiutor. I't, 7, St. Ootnard Hlue Cloiii Abblo I'J class 2 and six i ore In tho Clay lialso thng and tlreol ( Irtutnle American 1. eno Mjstery fl. tHH'"T, yt lUier Haiisuu i .S'.j Straiufer i Si bv lljadyk'a rd dam bj (Irariantm lUnhtn aim of lUmblitoalan j IT1;, deorgi.' Wllkis j ii, Klectlonter, .le., Ac lJam the noted mate, Widow Mtihrce, n'J by Eeeley'a Ame'lciinStar. tlreof tne dams uf Dei. ! Kobert Mtdregor J.17,'5: ler a.lT'i. Neitle Joe Bunker ;.l'Jji; Jim Jewell (parer) i lu'f, ami lis mote In the i 30 class. Hambletonlati never sired a;:1 or better trctter except out of an American SUr lutrn. American Star sirr-- J the srand dams of Cling etc itono a.M; lluy Wllkra i Fayette D.nmark, by Waiblngtoti Denmark, lire ol King William tnorouKh-bied- , tire of the lit dam by Chorister, dam ol Mambrlno Chorister, sire of the dams of 18, Hello IlrasiUeld and of the I'rotelne i grand dams of ilosa Wilkes J. IS1,, Simmont i.ii, Ac Abmlecn Clay Is a lino young horse of Hue tyleand apiearance, nice maneacd tall, has uer-e- r ten trained, but will make a trotter Ilreiil. . - lit dam tfeoa 11, by Kasit e Lniuirk, l.y year-ol- d record i ',andriild for 87,100. All uiin'uier, a friend, telling ini of tue deep and dev ml pottliooa put up f ir m rei to t'ealth by the MetboJiat conference, then in aetsion t Newberry. Toe letter xloed by begging me to exercise my will o live in response to tie aupplicitiom of peole of the whole Stale, io were iraynig for me night and day in every Jiomooold. When I heard the letter read I promised my sister that 1 would heed the kind, loving words of the man of God, and arouse my will to li7e. That night I fell into a deep sleep and dreamed most vivid ly that I was In a spacious room in which eo 1 waa moved to all parts of the State that I met uiy aaaembled friends every where. I remember moat distinctly ot all, old Bjaufort, where I had last been. 1 saw immense assemblages, and as I looked down upon them agrive penonage approached me and touched me upon the shoulder and aidtome: These people are praying for jou. Live! Live!' Live"J' I never realii feci anythlnj like it before. It seemed a vision. I awoke the next morning feeling the life blood creeping through my veins( and I told my family that the crisis was V, passed and that I should get better.- "Magazine. L. White in American n asm? period There are 450,000,000 podal Two cent cards manufactured annually. pjitMjedid uot iewen the ue of ptnal cird, but checked the growth of their u?e for eouie little time. The check has been overcome .nd the public ore Udine more Cincin and more potal cuds every day. ntti Piper. An old clergyman was in the soon as be ot into the pulpit, cf placing his nermon in a crevice under tbe cushion, where he left it during tbe einging of the near tho Lexington Pike, unproved, with house and necessary outbul dings. One farm, unlmprovtd, S miles from Lancaster, Ky., on the Lexington Turnpike of73 acres. And alto a tract of 16 acres on Gilbert's Creek, about 4 inllet from Lancaster. At executor, I desire to fell all this property I am empowered by the will to uuke dreut to it. A One ibacre Is untr ollVied to tluto deslrlr; homes or Investments For lull particulars address my Attorney, II T Noel, Lancaster, Ky..or Hie undersigned at Stan31.1'HIl.IVH, habit, as ford, Ky. cxtH-Ui3MJ iroro Lancaster, of 137 acres. miles from Lancaiter, One Farm oil 10 acres, 3i "' 'l; l)lr, UUI J. Welch was sired br Kysdyl H.mblelnnlan, private lit dam Ihe dau ot lludrn'a 1'ilncr I 27 and by Imp Truitn sen c I s.re of terntt milea imn.r . Coltn land tin, 2ilam by a nnnof Msmlitlno, by Imp Veimont beingaKraiid son oi tbo great Hsmbletotil'iii, tne grandeit sire livlc ant (illl's Vermont mm bin d, bifkel by tboiouHk. nut,, hid ujckf- - n nip aiocv none. Iiysjyk s Hat . b'i'.onlan. Iiy AlxlalUh, aomif.Mambrlno dim br Kull brother to Maud llesneuger '.Mi.1, by Met- mil ltilliuuudir,2.U.uby Hltbup a llamllelon.. an, 3 dam by Imp. Mfiwnger. senger Chief, tire ol Maud Mcsientter, . Ii ,. Out Veitiionl by Duwultig't Vermoni. lire .,1 the dam nf Knlgma 2 Marvel j jS. j lit ilam ,y i,,!,,!,,, ( Hartley on ol Cvlumbus. site ol (oni. leuo 1st dam Oentle Ilrucae, sire ol I'rsrl 2 J'. also 2 21, 2nd dam by llrrail site of the ilnui 0t Nellie rjiay cf thedam l MauilMmietiger silii' i und I'.al Me ilatm.ft Umax 21; 3.1 dam by Matihl., Hreof ibe 2rfl. (Hilt ermor.i Ii the il o I l..nn Ib.y 2 23. lllaclE Maila 2 2f.". Uiy dium J J4'4 2.V, and Uigtn J.l.i', i,!o lira of Hie .amitbu 2ml dam Kitty Civets, tho lUm ot llerile ,li (lamtotta W like. 2X Tlie King 2 W ,. Nellie Ii.l recoMl J28,4,tiillaw2 2'4, rearl230. Udr Davit 2 I' rcorJof S titltutei, leatrlce'iS', Udy I'atclien 2.V,',. tieiil email 2 11- 1- ami air. . n.. ..' uuu. by Alexander's Abdillah, sire of (tuldsiiiltli IM. Kmc wltb ncor.li In 5or letter, are thefollolDg Udy Maud 2.I81, Camart2.1!'4 Indetnden(e2 2H4 Ulllvrl Knox 2.2t14j Kmperor Knox 2 27' , Knox 2VJ1,, Victor 2 21; Knox Boy 2.2:.',, I'eaciful 2 .i,, Htrry hpank er2.30; Meatengv Knox 2 30 Ills sons, Cob Kits worth, Coun, Cromwell, Eclalre, meror William, (Ien. Knox. Jr , (leo. Llghlloot, Ollbreth, Knox.Julea Jurgensen, Knox lloy, Morris, I'hll Sheridan, St Klruo, Wbalslnne Knox, and Knox base slre-- I ibe following will woooioni records r.f J 30 or better Iron Age 2 ', Capitol , 2 22' lrank I.-- -- J .. iteiite Walton J 2f.' If .!..... ... .4i Miti.l !.'. n .1., 4, Walla, e V..P1H-IUUT m i SCnll.r I . . null Ithalr?7'. 2 30. Chub 2 27; Juhu S. Ileal.l IT,' . (.libretti Maid 227 Mlii'low J 2i, Hamb n hr'X 2 24 Ccpeland 2 " Illack Hmi 2.30 Arthur T. 20. pacer 2 f.' Ho eity, pecer, 2 22 4 Ac 211. Xlna, 2 1 2:21. Among the get of Oen AT 915 TO INNl UK A COIVK. AND 14 In 1 - 2.r. 2 foiled lo ls?, ilx behind, tired by leen htnds hhib, two white Wllllim Wei. h, by Itytdyk'e Hambletunlan, lit dam Katie Orlmoa, br Olll'i Vermont, 2nd dim Hlack Swan, by Helm1! Yorktbtie, by Imp, 'iork. litre. 3rd dam I.lltle Kmlly. by Wagner, br Mr Charles, by Sir Arehv, 4th dam Kinlly Speed, It Imp, Leviathan, Sib dam hy I'ackolet. Ctb dam br Ori4ndrlver Tth dam by Maryland i'b nix, Mb dim by Hantilbil 'dim l.y nil Ity by Itowtl (i ., Kmlly.SiM-nIn Hruce'sStud llookNol 1, page I 2 l ermc.us iianuiieionian tsa one big horse, with line style and toiie, and a sure brexlr, tired by William Welch, tbe aire i.l I'rince Imperial fe--l l ,t- a mb etcmlan M a black horse, ri.DII. Ill letter. William 22S.J'r"1'lb.2S, HtleT itotrot In 2 Dor t. MESSENGER BREEZE ! 's 1 ') KMi-luc- Ode Sunday he push-e- d thesprmen book too far into the crevice, and lout it. When the Psalm was concluded, he took up the bible, opened it, and 'My thus addresBed bis congregation: btelhren. I have lost my sermon, but Pll read you a chapter in Job worth ten of it." accustomed Psalm. The prints of peculiarly arranged teeth were found in some cheese in a house in Jersey City lhat wa robbed a few nightsj before. A colored man who was arrested on suspicion was required to bite a piece ol the chceie. when his teeth made tbe same marks as were upon tbe other piece, and he was committed for trial. Drunkenness, or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. It can bo Riven In a cup ot coflco or tea vsltli-n- tt the knowledge ot tlio person taking It, ! fi'Ctlns a speedy ami permanent cure, whether the patient U a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made temperate men who hate taken tho Golden Specific In their codec without their knowledge, anil believe they quit ilrlnk-Inptheir own freo will. No harmful effect results from its administration. Cures Riiaran-foci- l. Hend for circular nnd full particulars. 1 leui'ti (ioniK.vSi'hCU'ict'O., AdilnHiln "S3 liiwe sf ' f""i i . -. y ot .1 1 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. EL. BUBN8IDE, - Propr This Old and Well - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND lii, u"( ui, Iti Proprietor ii Determined that be deoond to no Country it Shall Hotel in the State in iti Pare, Appointments, or Atten lion 10 uumiuii ui their Oneiti an old negro took a bundle of fodder and "put it in the river where the man sank. It lloaled down about "jO yards and suddenly Btopped and began t whirl slowly around and arotmd. Here the old negro dived and ee'cored the body. He claims to have four or five oth-- r lost todies by mesne. this In order to locale the body of a man drowned at Abbeyvilie, Qa , the other day lUggage will be conveyed to and from ta j free of charge. Special accommoilatl oa to Commercial Traveler!. Tbe liar will always iipplled with the choicest arandiof Lloanrs ad Clean. f xivituuas, HDUOEON I 32 N T I jjBb BTANFOED, KY. Orttce-So- uth fc 1 era will observe that he posscssosa cou.b,lnatlon of pceil pioduclng blood untiualcd by any stallion on this side of the liver, and euualed bv but very few In the State. He possesses Usmbletonlan, Amer lean Star and Clay, bated on tbe finest of pacing Hambletonlan. bssod and thorough-blooprrxluced tbe fa'tett pacnganil thoroiwti-iilool- , mare In Ibe worM, MaudS i.OS?; Hambletonlai a American Star, based on piciug and thorough and blood, protuced tho fastest gelding, the third 10; Hambletonlan and Clay produced latiest hone, St. Jttlten, J UK; Hambletonlaa, American tir and Mambrlno Cnltf Produced tbu Hamblefastest living stadlon, 1'bollas, J, 13', tonlan aud Am rlcan Star, bated ou thorough-blooproduced Clingstone i 14, Ac , Ac. Hambletonlan and Clay, bised on pacing aud thorough-blood, produced tbo l.istcst yearling, i year-olrespectively, Hluda 3 year-olWild Flower J year-old Ilose, yearling record ). record record 3 31; Htnda no e r cord J. 10. A ber J 19'. j Nanzitiota at 1130 Aberdten Clay will make Ihe ileemt'od half teason ot 1837 at Charles Dunn's two and miles from Stanford on the Huh ilninch piku ut tbo low price ol .'..; llyidyk'a Hnmoletonlan, by AMallah, slreol - r Walter 2.27. 1st dm by the dam ot Ikilllounder;2iiddaiuOiie Chit. Kent maro l.y In p Kye, by lltihop itaru. daiunltrerli.il by lion. MeVenwer Kentucky Wilkes. llyidyk'a Hambleloiiltu I. tbe .Ire of "j Maud Mctienger. lull sitter to Messenger llreee, and 37otbeia ultli t ol 2 80 or belter- aliooi thndaratolTrlnket2.ll, and .Jothcrt with rec at 5 yr irs '.' i, ordi o!2 30 or had a record when I yeart uf 2.2-- , better Vermont (Downlng'a. by Hill t Illack II. wk, at 6 years 2. 20 and at 7 years old won tbe f ; COO slroof h han Allen 2.2U;. Vermont a t re of thedtmi ol Knlgma 2 Si., I tirse at Cleveland, Ohio, In 2IS-2 and also tire ol tlieilam tho line year. i83l, Sept. flth, the leat the ctack .nnlOll of .Mambrlno Urine, theairu .if it..n. u- i. " Hlll'a Hlack Hawk, by Sheiman Morgm. Dam lied Wllktt rbll Thompson a match race for 5 V a fait trotting mare. IllU'a ilia k Hawk la tbii Mr. Crit Davit will 'a'tP of,,!f'J'f'-W.I9. 000 . Lancet 2.27' , Ktbin en year throujb the grand cir- of the 2,2aJi, and Youog Amerlc a 2 U. and Ii r tend her again thlt asm. ofI)lancbe2.2Sx. (ien . I weed 2, cuit and aayt beexpectitolower her record to 2 10 Tonnessee 2 27, and also the found rot th treat Illack Hank family, iIhi hat lo ibe irate and or 2.12. Messenger llrerte It as proiulilng at she ana lonialc line IHjof 2 30 or belter repreienta. was at the tame ago. Columbut(llarklcy't), bvOld Columbus, ,Ue ol MesscDger Urerze Is a leautlful red bay, 10 hands Contldence2 2S. Dam.a Minengei Mar.. Old Columbus. 2.41k;, convened pater, Iroiuf muscular and strong, from Canada b re ol liinndence 2 2a, Columbui high, Navigator 2 31, ltoa.ni ond 2.30' , , and ou. t C . of a speedy conformation and there does not exist '.J'" '"'J'VS'. and also tire of the dami ol Beti a finer fptclmen nl tbe on Kentucky soil tf Z.37H ( ourgtolumbut lithe aire of I 2.U0 trotting bred horse aud coming as be docs trom a bettor le'loimers Old produclt'g family, l.ls tire, bli dam and hit grand-dabus i!ihe founder ol the Columbus j family, Columwhich blood waa to the Last what she l'llot all being producers ol speed, bo is just the wa. to Jr.. blood Kentucky. T1IOH. V. UOIIIXSOS, kind ola horse to make a lasting luiprisii'iii on otaniord, Ky bis progeny. Maid. 3rd daui by lied Jai kst, sire of bllon-an;XrNi-tt'rrc-irdV ',-2.- 17', daraotl'lillTbouipion2.1G', " " In2lt)-'J.I7'-2- well-bre- well-kni- t, y '0, $) TO INSURE A MAIM: IX FOAL. $15 TO IXUIIK A .UAH!. r tide Main Street, two dao.-- s )w tba Myert Hotel, 'ire Nltroni Oxtae Uai dmlnlit'tl m Money iliio wbett the lac l .1 wrtaired, Ihe nuio parteu with, or b ia e tewher- - Allen Is roialn-edo- u the colts until paid Adilren II $. U jii rtl Money due whrti the t.ict is atiertjine.1, or mare parted Mltb or bred lo another horse. Will mako tliescaioii ot 1!7 on tbo (arm of It O II nil T .Vit 1. 1 MR It, slaiilotd, Ky, About I tulle from ?lanlord. IX FOAL. El ruiCliralealC. JIV(iaaraai.d d.i Nliava w sue, sail iatoll canultr. ererr tejj saut mnctari. tV bttgriiniaturi.il.nci,i is Urdaattytta Ac Alcett Ll.k. CloclnnatlJHMB aaaawr1"'" TO 5 llAVA. laaB w e e 'ritnlty ytiurCJ iill.tU,. anuwn to us Ll Jllh an I C.Utt. r l.arm!fI lVS,. tlotM llJwa.N. r. SolJ by Dr'jfjii'.i, fiUa $1.00.