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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887042201 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. Semi 0 fwetll VOL. XYI. MT, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ntefiot mtfn NO. 222, 3NT3E3-COUNTY. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT i STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1887. AtNCS MOUNTAIN, LINCOLN r. An epidemic of tueaalea Leroj Smith and Mi in the county. Lucr Clbaon place. The Somerset ll'pntti would havo little bettor veterday. Mr. Jr p Mullin in very low with the outdid world balieyo thii; ao would M!m Itna Crawford ie no not try toive pneumonii Hro. HanfordV piper Will rx better and not expected In recover Mr. of the lat, a that hrother He name 11 Smith ban been quite nick for rever.il ceedingly hard to ait in that lino and K day. J J. Hrookit. of U'.chmond, U here It m true that cliangei it with the wind the place i iraprotlnir, and a good mn in the interest of Mr Hnrria Thoe of our eltizrn who believe in old building are being nude into new one fair play have iued a circultr in reply to and improTeuunU in other than building by th friend of Mr. Harria, are eesn Tuey eren tlk of .carting a ne w the one ianed would be bjund to prove an ehowing the exact dilution of KockcaatleV I5nk. Thi imtltution that would pir. if wU man relation to Midion couuty. All our peoplu hould ee it before the convention. ageJ. The large territory that (he Htnk In a fire at North Middlelown Sunday one of the lial in now here lit. ht made it hoii'o Stair, and -- U! the ileyet lptnent that night among the aareral buino the house deitroyed wa the drug etoro of l)t ar likely to be m de in the natural re eourcn and the ihlleriog prcapeota of a S. V. Hrown, who waa formerly 4 citizsn of boom.it will indeed lij a neceMly rather thi place. Ilia friend here were glad to than a luturr Tne Iron 'o indry failed to know that bit io wia covered by insuruulerialii, 1 am arry l mr, bill the citi ance If nothing ele would fetch a ruin to mm declare that they are goinj to hold on to the lock factory projct with more than temperance view, let him have eome teri commendable tenacity. From the abovi-- nua Mcknea in hi! family and go for hi I am really afraid that my friend Jure will lamiiy pnjaician and tinil him In a ilrun-thl' I am tryiiu t wrae- - their pMspft. ken Mtipnr and Unable to epi ik inttlligibly. I do it thai Tnen you ciu have omo appreciation of but dear friend, it I not thai, our reader may nit he ubjected to the the fact that of all peraon who drink a aurpriae that I have uodergone, eo huh dootor ebould be the laat. Our. town can tetify to the fact and furnleh the "mibject." were the air cattle built from the report Mr. Fry, who i nevrr happy except that have gone out Hurrah for tuo "boom" and ehould tihe when he i in court, wt before Judge or tho prospects, rither, come, and anguine we nre that ho will, Smith Monday defending a ruit brought by nopiper will takv a gretter pr de in chron S. V l'rri on account. Mr. Fry' coun-ichnthe fict than the I. J., nor will any el being eick he conducted her own de feel pr juder of iia ailjalniog county' lene, examining witneea and carrying on tawn the cae a well m Home legal lumintrie. city than Stanford. Tho prohibitionil in their convention She lot theciae, however, judgment being on Monday nominated Judge J U. Ktcph rendered ngainel her. '. If all the piatol were dipoed of in enou to represent them in the next The j lJge f a good uiin and will the tn.nner that Mr. J. J. Cummin but few accidental one lat wei-k- , n.i doubt receive the entire deui'jcratic vote, a he i a pntilUtionUl with democratic ehootinga would occur. Oa returning home principtei. Th reuublicatu on the ame from a viit ehe found her boy pla)ing day nominited 1". i Firmer, a firmer, and with a pitol they had found in the road he will run ai the f irmcr' friend for all it After feeing it waa not loaded ahe procured a aledga hammer and placing the weapon ia worth. nn a atone pounded it to piece. It will be I am indebted to Mr. S'm Hick, the geremembered Mr. Cummin had a little eon nial proprietor of that old and who win killed by an accidental discharge hotel, the Hick Houfe, for an invitation to dine with him Monday, hut the of a pittol in the hand of hi CJUin, two a on thai day preven el uie veir lnce, and her aversion to the danger-oi- l of buine thinga i but natural. from accepting. It was the re opening din In hi ''In and About column in the ner of that hotel, an 1 a rplendid otc, I am informed by Ihcnj in attendance, but only a Gum'" -- Journal S M. liurdell mention a fair sample of the table he i going to et in former prominent citizin of thia place, uow a revdent of Knoxville, who he aay made the future, Mr. Hick ay. llrinkley, Citron tS: t'j.old lo Ciover A J"0,0UU here during hi tay ot 1 i year. I'.ankin, nf Wayne, M yearling mule at Thi gentleman, like many other, ha made JTO, and 'i to II H. Bfint'ev at $52 50 and hi fortune out of the mountain people, and loughtofS.C Oilman a black gelding for afterward leaving, taking with him the $110, and of C C. Sjwder a lot of fat catt'e money, which he of coure he had a right to do, but it goe to ahow why our county at ij cent Him II irk deirei to let hi old cu- -l continue to be poor. Eren the lare mini Mr. iDier and the public generally know that ber of thoe who remain with in 3nd their the Hick Houe i again open. Thi hotel money to other point for investment in ha undergone a number of changed end land, bink took, etc, itutead of xtartiug ha brpti fitted up niceiy and comfortably. Homeenterpriae that would give employHi room will he a clem a a pin and hi ment to the people, thereby btnefiiiiu the of county a well u theunelve', table better than the bair-tri- m being a dram aud ' drAwbtcic to th re n 1ui-cIhiif a tuu want oi elave, no etraighi to Heloi'd Ilirber Shop, ourrei of our county. and you will be wailed nn with neatnc (iold i "binned cro the ocean in "ene- hn.l dipitch. -- :.. I ii .....I.. nt ...J I,. ..I XUUU) vlil, nn nn.. ., u.iitu ui ca.ii uitu uir train of cm lighted by electric The bag rontainiug f"- extra iron hoop, each ilv an heated by laui ever run over a 000. In the interet o( lecuritr each keg i railroi.l arrived .it the tlrand Central depot treated to what i trchnically known among at fw York from I'juon WeJnca.lay nhipper a the "red Itiping" proce At 1'ne train conited of eeven eich end of the I; eg, in the projecting lim nik'ht week cr and a biggage car, oich of which, with of the utavu above the head, are bored four the exep.iun of (hd I lair, bal IS light of hole, ai (iUiditant interval, A piece of . can lie power in the interior and oiu on red tipe i run through thee hole!, croa- car had a light jnc eich platform. Tne the head of the kej, nnd the end fi on either platform and ix iuide. The care niU meet iu the centre. At the point of The hint were all brilliantly illuminttel. m.'i'n' the tape ie relied to the keg' head ing of the car wa by the Mtrtin patent, by t ie wa heiring the tamp of the ehip- and the only fir In the train wa the loco per. U ill croe the ocein very much ae in 'live furnace, The li.ttterlc aro placed doe eyery other kitnl of freight, without in baxe under the oar and furnih aufli any special looking after, though eome cientpiwerto keep "1 Id candle power i)CUse wrupulously limit the amount . if.. ..-light burning for 1'J houn. The eye'eui tj iruaieui.to any nnu Hiiip ai n nrn that if the Julien Electric Company. Governor Hill, of New York, ia a bach Trie girl at the Hygeia make a dead set elor and a lonely man indeed. He haa t for the army men from the fort. "Whom relative, but they have never journeyhave you asked to the German to night?'1 ed to iht capital to see him. He ie prac wa ictiired of a lieutenant the other day. lically without company from one year'e "Why what end to another, except such company aa ia "1 haven't naked any one." Aren't you going?" "Oh( afforded bv hia old political associate in doe that mean yy, but we don't do buslneea in that way Klmim, Ail told, the governor' household here. Juat wait a little and plenty of the ' compr,eg the matron, who had charge of pretty glrla will aak me." he mall,ion whiie Mr, Cleveland wa gov- who preside A New York paper nuggeata that all our ernm; two female domestic, respectively over the kitchoi and the upper criminal be ent to Alaaka. Thin look part of the houce; Uit, the Hutler, an acI.ke a eubtile echeme to get Alaska admittive, alert little Frenchman; two dog, a cat the Union as a republican State. ted into and her kitten. r old girl, "Mamma," eald little The longest vere in the bibln U fuiuid in lot.og to a turkey gobbler atrolling round P' the S h chapter of Ktther and ' Hie t'th in a neighbor' vrd, "ain't that red noed vereeuf that chahter. chicken got an awful big biiatlt"."' nk ' j lejti-lalurrp.-ra- were married yesterday. A nice, new aaaortment of inillinerr 4T Roodijuit received. Mr. M. E. Drown, tfU I'oet Office. 'Jt I Andy Maaon nod Jack Halter were understood If we credit that ll.W will , and demanded. taken to Manchester I tat Monday on writ from that place chariilnu them with carry W. P. WALTON' ing concealed weapon and exploding dynamite in the crcckn killing fUh. r i i i ir 'ii w,ni" .uonu.y imew uown a l"B Our Business Manager at Somerset. ,own Kl"'n ",ftI"8 MTe7' SOMF.IWCT, Kv, April 'JO -- To lei nur e, theonly one he had for workitiK hia iere i reader know how the people crop. A movement ii on hot among the , boom Ihe lown and ilcatiwlw, I will I had act my heart nn c!tlna to purchase him another pointer-- . few TOU -J- ohn Hutciiiaon, of Copper Creek, eeelni: a city, not much finallcr than Hir-while lifting Home "ood and wan Mire that the clatter "Ince and haa thewhceUofhu.ine4Woiihlheaalotidftnd!l'PTyI"u'r"fe' nhnvB named hfen in a precirioua condition, though a il, nf rl .,,....,!., Vubllnhcit Ttimdau and Friday ljattANNUMiOAU. iti n"r don " of'"'"'! .. "! lJ nip-mlnha- Mr. Samuel Larimer dangerously ill of chronic asthma and Bright' dieeaee. Mr. J. T. Harden, the new host of Friday laat, Mr. Jauiei Hiy, the clever de Hotel, will take charge thi (Thurspot agent,! in Louiaville thi week, Two officera from Simeraet arrested a day) evening. W. M. Hue eold thia week to David Mi Laurence, of near that place, who had left her home eome montha ago, and had Ironheimer, of Pittsburg, 2 line saddle lodged attho north approach of the tunnel horses for $ 125. There were .SO addition to the Biptist with a negro man. She carried back to her home an infant and the negro followed up church at the close of Hav, Fred. D Hale's meeting last Fridaj. the oflhera and the girl. Mis Matlie Bll,wlio ha been visit One Has Clark and Sam Flint have formed a combination to furnish whiaky to ing the family of her grandfather, Col. Ja tbo drinking clHe that will buy. Funt A. Fisher, returned to ber home in Shelby-v- i lie Wednieday tell ui that Clark is to piy him bad the I' liceman Whitecolten arreited Wtd-n- e proli's to ell itud buy tho liiiior. Clark lay night a colored person named Smith informed the writer when asked about thf D inn with a Hack of stolen coal, taken btiaine that he had the money to him It pecms that thia i what our countv from Ihe depot, in hi poeeion. Mr. J Harry Allan end Mia Nannie oflioera are in used of If they want to Investigate Clark'd pile via cin furnih the If Litiruer obtained marriage licence on Wednesday, The lady i a daughter of proof of the liquor traflic Mr. William Latimer, tf I'arktville. in the limber and lumThe groit ruh - Policeman Tucker Gred several shots ber trade h:n subsided in our vicinity and our peoplu aro now reilizing the great ne Tuejday morning between 4 and 5 o'clock cewity of tilling the Hoil for bread. Uusi-n- e at a man who wa trying to break into the all lira dull to the cirelew olnirver, but residence of Mr. I T Lanier. It is thought thrift ami pro!perity are budding beauti the robber escaped unhurt America Shelby was fiaed $5 in the fully; and people, especially landowner, and are police court on Welneaday for threatening are olllng oil their eurplm land homestead, to "pa" anothrr colore lady George improving and cultivating whlc'i i the het proof nf proepority we Anderon,ln the eame couit wt charged Lee Ciark wa $10 for whipping hi wife have had for a long time tried Wedneslay bsfnre Jadge Lee on a The Dead heai':j Lvme.vt Tne day H charge of cirrying a pitnl and arqii ted are paink: awiMy by, the night are pacThe Ir.Htte! of the Dinvills Theologing tor; all thing are piing -- all ave I, ical Seminary were in session here Tuesday my dear old piF3 on you. I've traveled on of thi week when it was decided to conlin thee many a league, o'er river, etreams ue the seminary for the present. There and rill, nor knew I once the lost fatigue was an informal talk in regard to joining in croing plain or hill": For thou went with the Southern Presbyterian church and MUItUlIAST TA1XOK, ever by my aide what need had I for can? removing thn seminary to Louisville and a I but now I never more ehall ride unle committee appointed to confer with tbe au I have receivoJ and itlll receiving My cure ahall follow everypay my fare thorities of the Southern church in care where the I 8 Commerce Hill; and may anr propoaal came from that quarter. Hie man who drew It ahare it poion to hi The Central Kentucky Medical Assofill' Ob! may he never, never know iho Comprising tbe best In the market, which will be ciation, Dr. George Cowan in thechair, met joy of riding free, but tramp this country Wednesday at Ihe Clemen House An in Qotton Up In Stylo and Mako Socond to jNono in to and fro through all eternity. And if teresiing and very able paper on "Cerebro man I ever meet, what ecatacy I'll feel that Give Me n Trial. Spinal Sjlerosia" was read by Dr Harry in eeeing him limp on blistered feet, and Ciwan. I). A. W. Johnstone reported a hop on festered heel. Adieu, old friend, cseof "Operation for Oarian Papilona" for you're called in, our fate we must obey; and Dr. A. D. Price a case of "Perilypbili-li- s go back to him who gave thee me the gewith ahice." The doctor present Mail. nial G P. were H. Brown, A. D. Price, Wra. Webb, Win, Bolide, of Ohio, wa acquitted of the J. M, Meyer, J G Cirpenter, J B Kin-nairGeorge Cowan, J. 8 Biiley, D. C, murder of hi daughter' aeducer, and pub lie opinion will probably approve the ver- Tucker, L S McMurtry, H. J Cowan, J. dict. Hot while a father may be excuted C. Bog'e, A. W. Johnstone, Fayette Dun for takim: venceance into hi own hand lap, JtlnL Price, W B McClure. i always it under ucu circumstance!, Three men wera crushed to death and right to overlook the part the daughter ha five other badly hurt by an accident to a played? Are voting ladies to be held S Liui Air lin train nar Tawell. blameless who, disregarding the warning of family and friend, permit and uncour PEARSON & CLARK, age attention from men who they know are unscrupulous? It i within their power by pimple good behayior to prevent the necessity of wiping out with blool a tain LEXINGTON, KY. upon their honor. If we mistake not, the cV: AVo-- t IVInlii time will come whon there will be, not two, lii .'03.6m but three parties among whom the blame will ba distributed for tragedies of the St LOUIS SCULEUEL, NEWPORT NEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEY Bernard type. Mr. Worth Kice and family, of Moore field. Ky , arrived in our town to locale, on Gil-cber- 'a SPRING CLOTHING. 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 1 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. mEmm & bkcB(ib&&$. ie H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer City or Country k:. o. ir. icago d, Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Wholesale Grocers Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B, K, WEARBRT, Stanford. eti'eof. II echool boy, who had to be KICHMOXn, KKaTX'CKV. called a dczeo time in the morning before he came down to breakfast, wa aroused Photographs in all styles and sizos. from hi matin elumber the other day by Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and the eltctric bolt n loud olap of thunder, Water Colors. knocking a big bole in the roof of the Kewileslgm in Kramei anl Mil at very low bouse, going through the ceiling, eplitting Prieei. (101-topen the headboard of the bed, singeing hi WAIT COCHRAN hair and piasing through the floor and out WOOD WALL! K of the kitcnen door. Tne lad partly open"Yes, I'm ed his eye, faintly murmured: A FHTOIMlsJIEK, THE It.I.S.IIUItI)ETT, GHESAPEAKE&OHlQflOUTE Kciitiickj'M OCULIST, BUODHEAD, Has bad an eiperleiicc of orer fftien has aiioccssfully treated hundreJs of cial attention Is given to the treatment of the eyes. Name and address cured give n on application If detlred. KY. Itottlu EiiMt cases. Speof nil dia-eas- es ot patients vean, and Washington, Fhiladolpbia and Now York. Tbcoulr line running PULLMAN NEW SLEEl'INtJ CAKS AMD IBM! "Hltie-arasH GEH1IL H. II coming" and immediately turned over Norrietown Herald. a freh enos.) fir WALLACES COCHRAN, (JEMS' rUKXISHEKS, 113, Iloiuc.M lit. ineil "t nr, ..! A New York judge haa decided that n parent ha a right to give hia or her child away and that it can be demanded hack no more rightfully than can any other nitre of property which ha been bestowed a a gift. Itli gtrcd, A SOLID TRAIN FROM LOUISVILLE, 106.JU1. - - - KY. Louisville, Cincinnati Iz Lexington, Ky, to Washington Oity, Connecting In the eauio depot with 8horte3tttnd Ouiokest Eouto from Oen tral Kontuoky to all Points North. Last, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between- Fast Trains for Now York. DR. W. B. , IliEXIKUTOX Hchelu!e South-Booe- d at: CIX01NXAT1 1SSG. 4 PENNY, 1 1 bi.-gag- e i . DENTIST, the Whether under eucli circumstance tumoral - nllegiance to it new child owe the eauie owner which would have been duo its parents, i a question into which the court did . Zrr- - v-- not euter. E i.MIITTK TJTT fj7married a city Stump, the farmer, girl who ia trying to leirn country ways. Shu hud heard her husbind eay that hd must buy a dog, and reqionded: "O.i, y(! OIUib oa Lancaster itrcot, next door to I.ntb-riodo Chawle, buy a Heller dog. He can be a 12 a. JocrnaloISco. Office watchdog at night and eet on the efg all u. and 1 to 6 p. m. Aneithetlcaboun from 3 to whar administered I can't make Ihe hen set, though uncnuarr. day, for I've held them down an hour at the time " -- Life. Ki'iiluoky h. li UlAlU tOUISVIUI N Mm. S&MW -L The Direct Kotite to Lynchburg, Danrllle, Norfolk nud all Virgin! hnu i.oriu larunua luiuio For ticket! and further Information, apply tc your nearest tlckot ofllco or address W. W. Mod rnii Cinnttnl AAnt. I.nxlnitnn. 1Ct. 11. w. fui.i.i:u, UenU Pass'r Ag't 2d Vice President. Louisrllle, Ky. in Effect May IS, No. 6, Mo. E. S 10 3 10 10 45 Ml 2S Sun. Dally 8 10 9 24 10 13 10 10 17 No. U Ex. Ban. v.c.vivuiin, " L. & N. -- THE " Lto. Corlnjiton " Falmeutb " CynthUna... Arr. I'arls Islington I2 11 . 11) nm pmj It am am am LYe. Arr. Winchester... Ii r.rls " " Uncastor " Stanlord Lie. Ulchmond Klcnmouu.. 20 pm 50 ptaj 6 07 p ml 6 00 p m 1 to a ra 10 45 II 20 pin 'HO p m p u 3 83 pra pu 4 33 p m nm 5 15 p m, pm! 6 10pm p m, b'Ji p m p a 6 05 p m 7 15 ptf . k 15i-lyr- .J Louisville & Nashville R. R, ORKAT- tiJteLiJsb::; NOBIH-IiOON- '2 00 pm j No. 3 No. 11 No.l ' . din-tan- No ealoon ia allowed a foothold there, but the drug business i nourishing and it d m't require much capital to atari a "drug"' atcre, A few tumbler and a jug of red Iquor i ell that i necessary. An ignorant old man, listening to the eu logy of an American statesman, wa moved to enthusiasm in hia description of it to hi wife "Malviny 1" he exclaimed, "it wa grand. It wa the most glowln' parrgorics 1 have ever h' d 'catiion to listen to. " Kana i a temperance State. T1IK0UG II TRUNK LINE TO THK LT,.uT,Dgston... " Hot 0)) IWAlMlYJCHI CACO MQ A NEW FAST MAIL LKAVI.NO IIOIII SOUTH & WEST WITH Arr. Ulchmond ... Lre. Itowland Air. Klchmoud Lre. Ulchmond Arr. Winchester Arr i'arls.... Lre. Islington , Lto Paris Cyntblana. " Falmouth .. Arr. Covington .. 11 I 8 00 am 10 21 a ra 45 a in 7 20 am; 8 11am " Lnncastor Pullman Palace Sleepers. to NiiHlivllle, Aallllltlt, ilium iiin, LOUISVIML.E A (JIMJI.W ATI, I.itllitaville Dally, secures to travelers U 00 a ta 1 10 p ml 2 10 p ml 3 20 p in a 45 p m S SO p CI 3 S9 p m 7 p m 6 00 p m 05 am,.... 7 00 a ml 8 00 a m G T 25 n 8 20 a 8 Ma 10 Ola 11 SO in 2 4.5 pm m 3 40 pm m 4 17 pm m 6 18 pm a m 6 45 pm THE MOST RAPID SERVICE ett-tesn AIoillRIMUury, fivo-yea- it the person taking It, effecting a speedy and permanent cure, ntiether the patient la nmodcrutu drinker or mi alcoholic wreck. 'llinictamU of drunkards liuvo neen niiiilo temperate, men who hnie taken tho (iotdcu SpccHlo 111 their rotlon without their knowledge, and y tcllco they quit drinking ot their own free will. No harmful effect results from Its administration. Cures guaranteed. Send for circular and full particular. Mlilmni un't'ldcneo (Ioi.hk.v SiTX'incCo.. v '.'..v m i n . Ohio t' flrnnkennesi, or Liquor Hablt.can bo Curedby almlmaterlng Dr. Haines' Ooldcn SpeclMc. It can be given In a cup of collee or tea New OrlcaiiH. .Mobile Ever attciupttd between the great commercial Uie Olili Illver and hlciiin, and bonce the fastest time and most comforuble trains Only one change to points In all imliits In tliu .S0111, or to lha IIVmC olthls train aud lttllrt'Ht. riiocoiinto-par- t on all trunk lines Is denominated Tint Limit' tut iv.rj lliouwrh rollln stuck wa em plor RlTea patrons liiliinltril L'om'ovt. 'ilcke 0 Hires iu the tiouth you will find our lime tables and tickets, ray JIo HUM, pet .Toiioh and stick to Stonotl, If of this road will recclre toii waiU In S.1T0 luouer and b.iTe a pleasant Juur-uc- t. Beeklni, iiouios on the line rates. special E.O. Mit'OltStlCK. Company for rales, route rSeo Agents of thi fieueial rseiiKer Auent. Caicao. City 'ticket AirentiaiidOHiieiM AC. or rll. Ari,0UE,O.r.AT.A.. K. A. MucKNhii, 'H Ky. lib Ave., LouIstIIIo, Ey. I. M. lOKBi.Nik, IfJ Vine st., Clnclnnall, O and int.. i.... r JLJiaaSfJ AU., !. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Notk. Trains 3 and 4 aro dally between Win cheater, Lexington and Cincinnati; other train" amdallT excent tiundar. .1 lllUbUC.lCI .,,H l,lrrt Mnn, tlnni. m.Av m.il. n lVln.kMt. MI4U .. nyv'u Chesapeake A Ohio lor ....e Hterllng, Ashland, Mt. Huntington, Charleston, W. Va and clt. lea. I'ast Line; Nos. S and 4 run Tla Winchester, Bolld Trains, with Pullman Blrpng Cars between Cincinnati and Klchmoud, Va., aud Wluchestei and WashlnRlop, 1). C. Throimh tickets and bsgeage clucked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full rarllculurs, call on any agent of the company, or U F. I). MORSE, (l.n.i'iiw. A Lexington, Hr II. E. HUNTINGTON' UeceWer. Urneral liOl ces, OoTlngton, Ky. CnTlngtnn, K-- gout, D. A KKKLEV, Trar. Pass. Agent, KfeffVIS The total capital of the Western Unwho know what ion Telegraph Company is now $81,200,-00- 0 the party feeling is and are willing to state Six of the men arrested for attempting it without prejudice or feeling, agree in tho April 22, 1887 opinion that the democracy of the State of to assassinate the Cur on March 13 h have Stanford, Ky New York is so well disposed toward Pres- btcn sentenced to death, Proctor & Gamble, the ident Cleveland that if a State convention P. WALTON. W. were to beheld to tuurrow it would rend to soap manufacturers of Cincinnati, have the national convention a delegation unani- voluntarily njreed to share their profits In with their employes. mously in favor of his renomination. so far at, eye can penetrate the future there The Interstate Commissioners decide is not cause for change visible or to be ap that they have no right to render decisions DEMOCRATIC TICKET. prehended which might turn the tide of till actual or supposed violations are BmxMMjL nf eriorloarnfl The New York limes after Investigation that those democrats finds To The Democracy of Rockcastle County. I To tbo Editor ol tbo Interior Journal well-know- SIX PAGES, For tbo Legislature, party sentiment against the President. The ptrty organisitions in the State and their IC. J. PJBTTDS, subdivisions, though not free from differ()f Crab Orchard. ences as lo Mr, Cleveland's policy, and as to the advisability of his renomination, We Rre no epecial stickler for support are most decidedly to be set down aa favoring a nnn timplv because he is of a neigh- able to it; as likely to shape their future boring county, unites other things are equal, action with a view to placing him in the but when as capable, deserving and clerer field and supporting him loyally in 1SS3. a man sa John D. Harris presents himself Mr. Milton It. Smith's argument befor the 'ipport of his neighbors and friend", fore the Interstate Railroad Commission in it sboulu be n pleasure, as it is almost a duty, to stand by him. Of the several ai behalf of the Southern Riilway and Steampirants for the office of governor, none are ship Association for the relief to its membetter equipped to give us a clean, econom- bers from the operation of the 4th section ical and businecs-llkadministration than of the bill which relates to the long and Senator Harris, who will carry to the posi- short hauls, is an almost unanswerable one tion the methods of thrift and caution that and the paper shows that the great railroad have characterized his private life. With- manager is as handy with the pen aa be is out disparaging the claims of the other can- skillful in the conduct of railway afl lira, I. e i. didates, we honestly believe that he will make uu the beat Governor. He is just in his prime, too, and be ion ambitious to serve his State honestly and well, he will give us an administration that will lift the State "out of the mis" we have heard to much about, as effectually as any man occupying the exec l'.ive chair could do. Lincoln county should and doubtless will give him her fall endorsement. A numuer of candidates eeem to Lave made their ctlling and election sure. Jim Bryan is as certain the nominee for lieutenant governor as if it had already been conferred. Gen. Fayette Hewitt has practical" ly no opposition for auditor, and oughn't to have. Dick Tate will succeed himself aa treasurer though Bury South will have a pretty good following, and last but not least, old man Corbett will walk into the register of the land office almost without opposition. The heavy contests will be in the governor's race between Harris and Buckner; in the attorney general's race between Hardin and Richards and in the superintendent's race batwetn the devil knows who, though Prof. Taylor claims enough votes to nominate him. Bockker's friends are claiming Judge Hargis that is working the wires against them and charging all sorts of conspiracies to that much abiwed individual. He denies it most emphatically and we suspect the story is drawn more from imagination than from reality. Htrgis is disponed to be a slick citizen, but he gets credit for many schemes that he never dreamed of. Thk Virginians are much stirred up over the fact that somebody has shoved whole cart-loaof bogus State bonds on the mar ket. The strange part of the business is that anybody should be fool enough to monkey with so worthless a bond as the Virginians, led by Mahone, have tried for years to make theirs. J.Stone Walker, who generally knows t w i i what he is talking about, says that Harris will be the democratic nominee for governor and adds: "If we don't go into the convention with the Bluegrasn counties solid and a fair share of the rest of the State, indications are very deceptive to say the least." A gentleman from Louisville says that the brag of the Buckner men that he will solidly, is the tactics Pulitzer, of the New York World, not carry itindividuals. a part of confident of He is that with printing his paper in New those Harris will get half of the vote, at least, York and Brooklyn, haa decided to issue a Philadelphia edition, and is also consider- though the city government and as a matter of course the police are fighting for ing the advisability of issuing in San Franthey are worth. cisco and London. The success of the Hun-garia- n Buckner for all i J Jew haa ao blinded Dina with envy The Chicago wife, who mourned over a hurt. that everything appears green to him, so corpse supposed to be her husband's, felt Edward A. Moseby, of Boston, h a much eo in fact that he believes the people pretty mean and mad too when she found been appointed Secretary of the Interstate arc crcen euouch to believe his proposition that Cleveland cannot be renominated nor if he should happen to be. But Dana'a course in the last canvass for the presidency, when he espoused the cause of Bolter Butler and published all manner of Bcandal aud other lies against Cleveland, is too well remembered for anybody to take much etsck in bis propositions. out her mixtake. Sho will in consequence Commerce Commission. Mr. Moseby is a wear no widow's weeds this season and democrat and a member of the Massachumake pretty eyes at her masculine friends. setts Legislature, The pay is $3,500 per NOTES OF CURREN7 EVENTS. brought before them. The president has appointed Slgoumey Butler, of Boston, to be Second Controller of the Treasury. Mr. Butler is a young lawyer and a staunch democrat. Conductor "Larry" Ronau, employed on the Southern road, was instantly killed Monday afternoon at Erlanger, in Kenton county about eight miles from Cincinnati. A wealthy Francisco man named Willis has found his daughter, who was stolen from home when four years old, in the Industrial School at Rochester, N. Y. William J. Allen, appointed U. S. District Judge for Southern Illinois, was a Copperhead Congressman during the war, succeeding Gen. John A, Logan, who was then in the held. Offing to the illness of Mrs. Harris, who is threatened with the loss of her mind, the trial of Willis for the murder of his brother-in-laat Richmond has been postponed till the 27th. The Schooner George S Marts from Baltimore for Charleston, was blown up at sea. Iwoof the crew were killed. It is supposed that eome ens put dynamite among the freight. It is said that the projectors of the proposed Home for Fallen Women were ofier-e- d tho Standiford Hotel with all its fine furniture for $35,000, but they dec'med the ofler and will build. A couple of farmer, John Hay aod Will Carbon, who lived near Chattanooga, fell out over a piece of land and drawing their weapons fired simultaneously. Both were instantly killed. EJ Meyers, a Lexington barkeeper, lelt for parts unknown, with all his money, leaving a young wife penniless and with a baby three weeks old. This is the same individual who got a thrashing in Nicbo-lasvill- e for insulting a lady. A roundabout rumor, sent from New York to Paris and bsck again, is to the effect that Mme. Sara Bernhardt has tried matrimony once more, M. Angelo, of her company, being the new victim. The dwelling of John Wright, near Suffolk, Va., was struck and completely demolished by a tornado. Mrs. Wright and James Luke were killed, and Mr. Wright and his sister w seriously 8-iin-la- annum. We understand that some of the friends of Gen, Buckner in this county have within the la)t few hours issued a circular in which they say that the frionds of John I). Harris white showing that Harris voted for Dr. Bron, fall to show why it waa that Madison county gavo n majority against Brown, In answer to the above we would say that John Bsnnett, the republican candidate against Brown, was a citizsn of Madison county and had plenty of monry which he presumably used in his canvass, while Brown had no money to use in bis campaign. Therefore it was not strange that Bennett carried his own county aginst a citizen of another county, Madison county, in our judgment, has been very liberal towards us, because heretofore she has assisted us in elections. Why should the democracy of Rockcastle county turn ngslnst Madinn county because odc Rockcastle man failed to carry Madison count)? W.illo we regret very much that Dr Brown was defeated, we can not see any justice in holding John D, Harris responsible for that defeat, einco it is clearly proven that he voted for Brown and did all in his power to secure his election In answer to that part of the Buckner circular where his friends make the assertion that tho democrats of Madison boast that they can "buy Rockcsstle with n little money and a few drinks," we deny that John D. Harris or any other Madison county democrat over nude such a boast. We deny thai any M.idnou county man has been in this county during this campaign or any other campaign with the boast that he could buy the democracy of Hock castle. The democracy of Rockcastle county are a proud and noble hearted set of have neyer been humiliated or dis graced by supporting a Madison county win; and why should they hesitato to again stand by a neighboring county. Judging from the pat Kickcvtle county can bs assured of more benefits from Madison than from Hart county or tho Buckner is city of Ciicpo, wbr. said to have his monry inveitcd instead of investing it in Kentucky and paying his taxes for the benefit of Kentucky people as Mijir Harris does Major Hsrris pays a Urge tax into the school fund of Kentucky to help educate hr children. The late charges made by the friends of Geo. Buckner against Major Harris and Madison county and put forth at this late hour, have been made for the purpose of prejudicing the chancel of Maior Harris for an instruction in this county. Bnt we trust that the democrats of Rockcastle will not be induced to give their support to Buckner, who will never help us, and go against Harris, who will gladly assist us to legaiujhe ascendency in our county. Msjor Harris is a (rue democrat and a farmer candidate aud why should farmers Very Respectively, not stand by him? D. N. Williams, J. M. Fish, J L. JornN. men-They 0-n- I i n i men f The most wonderful I'nln-Cur- er Genlaur Its efioct.s known. arc instantaneous. the world has over Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. mmmavmmBWBmmmkwmmmmmkiemmmmmm WALTON, I. R. uitoci:it, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. N. Y. SEED POTATOES, ONION SETS, GAKDEX NEEDS ! My PotnfoeH are nil Xcw York fttock ami coiiHlxt of Karly Koto, PeorleHM, llurbnnk anil Hciitity of Hebron. I have a Hjilcutllil -- elect Ion ol Garden Nccil, both In bulk ac il In pnpern, embracing all (ho bent varletleH. All roo1h hoIiI at reasonable prlccH. rc OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Larry Donovan, the young man who Mark Hardin, lit of Monllwllo, Clerk. Mt. Sterling has her first democratic jumped into fame by a leap from the Brook Lancaster. atlyn bridge, was arrested Monday for postmaster for 20 years. Mr. Djck Simpion, of the Buckeye Georgia has more daily papers than tempting to repeat the performance and neighborhood, obtained licence this mornsentenced to three months on Blarkwell's ing to wed Mrs. Sarah II. I)avi, of tbe any other State of the South. Albin Bradshaw, father of Capt. W. Island. same vicinity. A rETmo.f with 1,200 signatures ,ba The house of a man name! Brewles, in Mrs, R, L Betti is visiting her mother been procured in Montgomery, asking tba' W. Bradshaw, of Columbia, is dead. John Hastings, of Louisville, is afllict-e- d Smith county, Va., was destroyed by fire, at Springfield. Miss Irene Dillion, of Crab d Cornelison, the murderous fiend who with leprosy. He contracted the disease in which two of his daughters, aged 19 and Orchard, was a guest of Miss Fannie Huff Judge Reid and who is now under21, were burned to death, and three other man the first of the week. Col. L F. Hubin Honolulu. going the punishment of three years in The Henry Probasco collection of oil persons so badly injured that they cannot ble has again gone to Birmingham to attend jail. This Bhows how soon people forge survive. to his real estate agency there. and how easy signatures to such papers are paintings sold at auction in New York at Chrystol and Meister, the principals in about 51C0.000. Rev. Frank, of Fleming-burassisted obtained. By the way, the question of his Barnum says that during his life as a a slugging match at Lexington, were fined by the local pastor, E ler O W Yancey, parden is entering Blrcngly into the race $10 aud costs for giving an exhibition will begin a protracted meeting at the for governor in that county, it being alleg showman he has received over JSO.OOO.OOO without license, and held in the sum of Christian church next Sondiy. The Methfrom the people. ed that Buckner will grant it if elected, and Out of 100 inmates of the Cnildren's $250 to answer the charge of engaging in a odist meeting still conini'ies and his rethat Harris will not, should ho be chosen Homo at Potneroy, Oaio, 70 are eufiericg prize fight. sulted in 13 additions thus far. Hev. Laps, the chief magistrate. Those sensational wholesale robberies ley McKee, of Danville, will begin a pro with the measles. Ik tho country people are for Senator On the present riee 13,301,000 bushels on the Pennsylvania railroad have dwintracted revival at the Prttbylemn church ST Harris for governor, they should make it a of coal are coming down the Ohio from dled down to a few cases of petty thieving in a few weeks. point to be here at 1 o'clock of a kind that takes place on all railroads, Pit)sburg to Cincinnati and Louisville. An aquatic fowl of unknown species 23d, when the convention to name delegates Tf.e new Lexington directory fixes the The entire loea on the road in a year will was captured in Liier Garrard last week to tho State convention, which meets in population of the capital of the blue-gris- s be but a little over $15,000. and is attrac'ingconsidsribld attention in Louisville May lib, will be hold. We be- at 25,216, of which 9,911 are negroes. After two ineffectual efforts to nomithat portion cf the county. Our informant lieve that the sentiment of the majority of nate a candidate for the legislature by con describes it as about the siza of a gooee Marcus Claiborne Lisle of the Demo-troour voters is in favor of Mr. Harris, but unand Miss Elizabeth Buckner Bean, are vention, the republicans of Pulaski left the with black bead and speckled body. It DKALXai IN- less they prove it by their presence it will to be married at Winchester next Wed nee question to the County Committee, which subsists entirely on fish, is web footed and for nothing. Don't stay at home, day. count nominated Eli Farmer. The prohibitionmakes a noiss whioli he says is decidedly Drugs, Books, Stationery and J. A. Nichols, of Mercer county, has a ists have nominated J. G Stephenson. then, and kick if jcur choice is disregarded mourniu!. iiie rowi uncle a vigorous ran-pun r uuico. Svfiwntt steer that weighs 2.47C pounds 2 year-o- ld in the matter. The number of gallons of distilled li bsfore it was captured and is still also has a yearling that weighs 1,301 quor consumed last year was greater than a & Phvslclam' prescriptions accurately compourulcd. dogs that approach it. the experience of the Lebanon He i terror to all the rx jtr After k for anv vear since lfiSl: there was more convention with those counties which pounds. Garrard county should Instruct her 5 Queen Kapiloani, of the Hawaiian wine consumed in 1886 than in 1881 or 'S5, delegate! to vote for Senator named a list of delegates and added ' all Harris, for It is rather safe to Kingdom, has arrived in Sin Francisco on and there was 10 per cent, more malt 11 governor, but if the farmers fail to come in other good democrats," way to Eagland to attend the Queen's quor cousumed than ever before in a single the Buckner men are going to capture the The Largoat Stook of Watches, Ulocks, aay that that much abused custom will not her jubileo. year. conyention. The writer is for Gen. Buckbe repeated at the primaries Jowelry and Silverware At Lawrenceburg the bonded wareParis Ib one town that is not on the The onlv nroper wav is to name a set of ner, but we think it but courtesy to our Erer bought to tbli market Prlcea Iowor than boom. The .IVetM says ther", are eleven store house at J. 8. Ssarcy's Boiling Springs Dis- neighboring county of Madion that the the towMt. Watchr, Clocka andJewelrr R- good, unpurchaBable men. who will regard palrod on ihoit notice and Warranted. twelve offices and ten residences va- tillery burned. It contained 523 barrels of yote of Garrard Bhould go to him. Coun the responsibility imposed upon them and rooms, '84 and '85 whisky, 499 of which were lost, ties, like neighbors, Bhould stand by each cant there. atand by instructions as long as the candi-Since prohibition failed, it is said that which belonged to the Valley Distillery other, especially on occasions like the presdates instructed for are before the convenMichigan will enact a Co., of 8'. Louis, and was well covered by ent the legislature of one. Gen. Buckner has manv warm tion. high license law to be graded according to insurance. supporters in the county and they are going It is settled at last. A crank mathema- population. The Illinois House of representatives to make a strong pull fur him. tician haa figured that in the centre of the Col. Smith Cook, after a sojourn of six passed a bill requiring non resident aliens On last Monday Miaa Nannie Tankeis-le- y, earth, beneath a crUBt 52 miles thick is a years in Europe, is visiting friends in Lou-vill- holding land in the State to dispose of the daughter of Adam the molten lake of fire 250,512.093.853 cubio He is seven feet eight inches tall and same within three years af.er tbey shall Tankersley, wholiyes near Lynchburg, this Bpoken of miles in area. This is the hell have acquired title to tbe same, and provid- county, went before Mr. S eve Walker, jus weighs 2S3 pounds, in holy writ, which, it would seem, is large President Alexander Mitchell, of tho ing that such lands shall escheat to the Wee of the peace, and had a warrant issued enough to give each fellow that deserves to Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad, State unless so disposed of. for her father's arrest, charging him with go there, plenty of space, oven though the Down in Union county a negro atdied Huddenly at New York of pneumonia. having committed a raps ou her person ou any man can comnumber is greater than He was one of the foremost railroad men of tempted to ravish Mrs. Miller, a respectathe preceding Bunday. The warrant was pute. the country. ble lady, but was frightened off" by her placed in the hands of Deputy Sheriff Wm. There is a conflict between the Federal cries. Her husband and his neighbors The West Virginia Legislature is in exLawson, who arrested Tankersley and plac is said it will elect Con- and State courts in Maine over the new li tra eeseion and it went in pursuit of the riecal at once and ed him in jail here Monday evening Tan gressman Willis United States Senator to quor law of the State which may result in catching him in a thicket, mado short work kersley is u low character aod comes of a succeed Cimden and send Bolter Luca, its nullification. of him by suspending bis carcass to a conbad family. He stoutly denies the heinous George W. Cbllds has been appointed venient limb. Gov. Wilson's appointee, to the rear. It charge azainst him. His brother, Jno. will be remembered that Lucas bolted the by the President one of the Board of Visit Since November last officials cf the was convicted of wife poison caucus nominee for Senator and ors to the Military Academy at West Point, Richmond and Danville road have missed Tankersley, democratic leg a few years ao and sentenced to 21 The Best was afterwards rewarded for his perfidity and ho will accept. from freight trains en route southward goods Tankersley 's years in the penitentiary. to the position himWaterproof The robbery Gen. Black, commissioner of pensious, to the amount of $50,000. by being appointed examining trial is set for to day. has during his two years in office made 35G wbb traced to Greenville and Saturday one self. Coat. . - vtort nn aw net n i The President and his bonnio bride g4 will The Louisville papers have considerable appointments and dropped 101 employes white man and two negroes were arrested Iha budeit norm. Tin Daw ...,!.''..'''! si toiu .'. likely that other ar- have quit the White House and taken up coTtrtlhatiillrfftlal. Bswsr.Mimli.iioin. Non. .nuln. llboutlb.'''rub to aay about one Blant Duncan. Who is out of office. There has been a decrease in at that place, and it is nlo.lr.l.q Cil.1oIU tit. A J Towir, Uo.un, Uui, I lirnid" their family residence at Red Top. his clerical force of 109, rests will follow. he, anyway? cow-hideg, P AT 11 XT A t, j PHARMACISTS. ?Sjjj w M1 'Altmm ) rAQscZZr. VA&rJLT3 . JEWELERS. WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, -- AT 1 i .,. WALL PAPER, TKOBERTS& STAGG'S v 9 1ffi& SLICKER ..... lrH.-rau- t. ;..'. N r ay-"! lll Tf mmm tmtnnrAtnvm YOUNG AMERICAN'S n Hotel mmmm MpM fHWIIVMl MWMWMrtl kw,illilflflWMi Semt-fflBtch- lj interior onrn: I HEADY WHILE - YOU WAIT; A EXPERIENCE. AN ELEPHANT DRIVE. ALAS I Stanford, Ky., B. - - - April 22, 1887 A HOUSE OR A SHIRT OR A SET OF TEETH MADE IN AN HOUR. UtialnoBB Manrtiror. IIowJ Uiu Work SIX PAGES. Done Slinrs Half tlm Dally Sol oil AVIillo You Keuil I'aper Secret of 'llaplil Wntrli lle I plrlug "While CJiilrU oil Amy is now ninny ycara tlnco tliU expression wasiutulo ixijiuiar ly a down town Imtlcr, nho advortivvl to "block your bat wbllo you wnlt, for fifty ccnU," but it ttlll retains ItA valno In n commercial sonw, nnd bas been Dlforcri. alt r It npproprlatol by tho manufacturing world generally throughout tho length nnd breadth of tho land. As originally applied to tho batU'rV buMmw4 it was ridiculed, laughed at, and crltlelMd perhaps mora tluin any other expression ot thu kind, unleM it I hi tho oft quotal "lxx)t blacked inside," nnd yet y it is nn important lino in the ndvertLicnients of nearly every manufacturing interest in tho Uultl StrU'g. Do you want u pair of trousvm, n Kult of clothes, a ahiit, your bIiouj boKhI nnd heeled, a new mniniiirlng in your natch, n set of falso teeth, a houio built lo you wntit nuythliig that ran bo made by tlio hand of nmu you enn get It "whllo you wall." At n rcitniiihulrfrda.shcr'sKliiit(nii Ik) had to order, inado nftor any pattern, In any klzo, guarnnteetl to fit nml ready to wenr while tho lU&totiwr l getting ahnvml nrutltid th comer. It is nnviiiiliahd by lining reruly cut aleuOH, jiiLim, boom, bnndi uud bodiM nl ways on hnnd. A cnjKibla cutter with a few fliiAlii of hU big alien of sny nf tho Absolutely Pure. i will run iNrU thruugh the iewlui; machine In n twInkliiiK, whllt) n patent uaahor, rinner, , ilrjcr and irotwr will tuin tho aLnrt ' wriiigi-rout iwiily to bo pat on, and all InaliU of part, will tMuVd oiinvt tho onemton de-f- Thlet piw WHlI.lt YOU 1UIA1) THK fAPKn. M re HUnjlllll llrMllilh Hill W Hlilio In n certain ktre"t, within thu ahnilnw nf than lli iii i" r k tid, and can not U ww i retnpetltmi w.H Hie uiu tlludeof io .ilmn . jkiHco lMNtilfiiarten, tliem ia n ctHKXtll that m i. h it ikiw Inn Hn. l,r.l lu ' will mile nnl heel your fliort) while on look , cam. Uotai Iukisii I'ounua over the (iiliiiniM of tho dully 'kt ami deWilli atrwl Iew ork you will termine to what plnco of amuM-int-n- t go In the ceiiing Tho tailom on tho Ilowery II. . TAYMIK, who will mrnatiio a custsmier for nialrof imnti, rut, tuin ami mako tliem nnd ires3 Of UK) AN CUl'SIT, IsaCanlMsle. of Iheurnce thum while ho ii taking bin lunch art-- numernfSpefliiieulinl of I'u Itr Instruction, aulij.ct ous, while tlim who will turn out n full ftiit mix Matf ronrentloti la t tia of clothe while tho ctwtoiner i" taking in homoof tho thentrea lienr by nrt imito as r A I i r r sarlea marts! Ipuilt twenty minute. vJkl i ii til i li' Livery, many. Triiliilnt?, Toed,! lh'titutK who have In stock nil LiihN, varieties nnd itinhtleti of plnUtt), mid will tit a AND patient's mouth with n pnrlinl r full t of ! SALE tlmo thnn it once touk (o draw a tvth in tingle tooth, abound on Eighth, Sixth nnd Marin niited thf (tabln on levt atrevt, I am prepared lo train oJ break horse on reasonable Third nvenuee, as well as aomo of tho cross strceta. In Chlrogo thero U n dentUtwho tenna. Count) ' uri day Uade oliilii.l JOltS It. V.lUi'KTKU. ndTertlM to furnish new anil full sets of Htanfoid, Ky teeth, guaranteed to giTo natlsfartion, by mall or exprtvi, and sends Uio miiio to rcmoto points on npproTaL A firm of builders in Michigan will abip at once on receipt of order any rite, kind or variety of a frnuio structure IM that may lo drtimL 1'arties intending to locate in Florida or nt the tea ihore are Cfpechilly reurttel to send for n descriptive circular. Thru houses aro built in sections end shipped as they are built. An hour's work, tho proprietors say, will mako any change that A customer can posalbly want. Berernl persona who will cummer at Asbury Park and Ocean drove this year, it Is under- STABLE h-- S03-h- i. YOUIt ATTENTION HOIICITEn. 1 baTescrurid Barlh wilw of a ber, ami lura out wor dm up only In the rllyle of tho Toneoilal An. Mr shop Is ciiitia.lr limlt-il- . tint dimr lo Wcar-n'- e A Menefre a lam prepared n lit the ' banga" of young ladies In a minnrr tr iiy enticing A call from hotri m la lie anl of Mlan-foami lliepii'iiir generally ' rollcllol. ,.1.1 HIMi. hl.-ht-- prrvej flrst-c'a- si 'y r,lfnllr ,, rd CITIZENS NATIONAL - BANK, DO or i.t.x'.tsrr.K, ky. CAPITA Ii - 9i:i5.0()0 Tbli Hank --uHiIti areounta of Inditlduals. tlnui am) rorpiratlnns. tta r.cllltlca lor making ml lections, In l I paria of the United atati , are uii. surpasud, and cutuuiers are at 'all tlmra granted any ro.isonal.lp aetoimnodallote they - proxr to ask. We Int; lo oiler our serrlcca to the eltl-ren- s ol neighboring founllrs, without Hauling faellltlee, ami assure them that any businree eciil ui ahull at all limes hare prompt an I faithful at teullom IMllKC'X'OUNt J.8. JOIIN.'ON, L.F. HUBIlhK, JOS. HIMI'dON, ' stood, will Introduce these rendy made homes there early In the tauon. Tho nnii manner of houwa was prejiarwl for the lato tlrecly expedition. A BElIIKT Or WATCH fLCAMNO. Tho tvcrt of cleaning and repairing watehm whllo you wait if, according to tho aisertloii of the manufacturers, that the entire movement ia taken out and a new one of tho name kind Is subtituUd. Now that most of the movements sold aro mndo by machinery and of standard sites, juit as tho case of k watch aro mndo, It is easy to seo how this or coil bo done. Tenon hat lug a Jurgf-jw- n any other valunblo movement, however, would do well to pauso before theyhnxen watclunaker repair their timepieces whllo they wnit Still, there nro (wirtu of a untch inovemeiit that can lie dupllentel nt almost a moment's notice without affecting its value, ucli as pinions, ratchets, gear wheels and crews. of rutting, fitting nnd trimming The to meh nn ladies' gnrmonts has prognv-tfextent tlint a dremaker cry often makes nn entire nut for a customer whilo sho U fliiUhlng a flopping tour nml, as is oftentimes done by men's tailors, hnbitiunkert cut, fit and make dressos whilo a customer waits in tho jvirlor. l'l inters will preparo n form for n job, m.iko It ready, nml nin on an ordfr whllo n customer writes tv letter, and recently tho writer had a card engraved ami printed whllo ho selected n wedding Invitation for a friend. Until iccently tho cao nml dKpntch with which n man could get n divorce in Ronio of tho western couitswns sot forth in tho OAscrtion "Hint rnilnind trains stopped thirty minutes nt certain towns, where nil who desired cimld seurw n divorce w hilo they ro-H- cf d lewis v. i.i:vi;i,i J. M. IIHIOINHOTHAM, joi:l j. wai.kkh, J. W. LOIAN, T. M. AKNOl.D, U. CI. MULLINS. wnitil.B Without going to this extreme, it n man can get is safe to wy that anything whllo he wnit. -- New York Mall nml Kxprcss. ot OITlCEHHi J. XI. lllOOINIIOrilAM, PHB3T. t.KWl.H Y. I.KAVKLL, J. 1'. 3ANMFEB, CA8IIIEH, B. V. IIUDSON,TEM.r.K. For Sale at a Bargain. I offer lor ailo privately In Htanford, Ky., a ery riaairablo real Jenre with aaven ro.iui an I porch Well of water at tho iloor; stable, imoke hoit'C, Ac. Almtit an acre of ground In the lot For 11. (i. A I.FIHIO. tenna, Ac, apply to Agent for J. It. AllorJ id- - VOlt J4AJCJE Valuable.' Real Estate and Boomi. ! Ono of tho moit embarrassing things ri court stenographer can bo subjected to sometimes is to bo suddenly asked to read a lot of cross questioned testimony over which there has m ien n dispute, and the nnswers nnd questions of which, together with tho interjected remarks of wrangling counsel, hnvo been taken dow n nt lightning seed. Under such circuinvtiiuccs ouoV writing isliltlo more thnn a scroll, nnd to decipher and rend it quickly at it moment's notice is by no means rosy. Tho most Important thing in this, as in nil kinds of reporting, is to keep a cool nml collected head. I havo teen some pitiablo cav-of first class stenographers who were so rat t lei 1 on Mng asked to read w lint thoy had written, that tho request bod to 1k withdrawn out of charity to them. s Olohc-Dem-cra- t. Kiiilmrriliic to a Stenographer. Store county, Ktntuckyi on Public Square ol aahl One Ilrlck room. town, now used as jl One frame llore'room on tho Public Square, now Ksed aaa lamlly grocerr room. Twubtore-ruoruaolllchiiiond Strret, near Pun lie Square, one now used as a Millinery Btero, tli With other aa an I'mlertaklnc establishment. this block will bu sold II .deslrtd a lot of ground adjoining. One fr..i with house and other nfcewy tho Uxluiitou Turnpike, 3 nilha Htore-roodry-goo- As Kxfcutor ol Lewis V. Philip, decM, I for sale, on easy tenna, the following real estate in and near the growing town ol Lancaster, Uarrard ThodcWl gets in somo of his Illicit work when ho really persuades nn egotist that ho is standing by n principle when ho is only exoiler ploiting vanity and cusscdiicss. In Cnlifoinla they nro beginning to talk of engaging in tho cultivation of tho cork oak. Owing to tho wino industry, thero Is a great demand for coik in that state. Mary Anderson has nenrly concluded her riding lcsons in I union. tShowill shortly tnko her daily canters in Rotten Rownt tho fashlouablo hour. from Inraster, of 137 acrea. miles trom Lancaster, One Farm ol ISO acres, 3 near the I exIiiKtou 1'lke, improred, with house acrea on Gilbert's Creek, And also a tract of about i miles from Lancaster. As executor, 1 drtlro to tell all this property the I am emporcred bynow will to make deeds to it, olleied lo tlu se desiring A fine charto is komeaor InTeatmeoU. address my Attorney, II. T, For full particulars Noel, Lancaster, Ky , or the undorsUna d at Stan31. ford, Ky. l.ll'S, Executor. 200 3m. .'ti Jeff Davis' expemes nt Renuvolr nro very heavy, so ninny jieoplo como to visit him. and ntrtstary nulbul'dlngs. Tho old nmu llmls it very dilllcult to makj) One farm, unlmprotid, 3 miles from Lancaster, both ends meet. Ky;, on tbe Lexington Turnpike of 73 acres. foot spmco log wns recently A thli sawed into boards In n I'uget Bound mill, and mndo 0,400 feet of lumber without n knot. ty-tw- o J. I'M Societies for tho advancement of dress reform for women now exist in England, Hwcdcn, Norway, Doinuaik and Fiulaud. Kartlinuakn Kxclted AYonirn. AN INTERESTING STORY OF ADVENIt was a fearful ecnsatloiu Tho first TURE IN INDIA. when barely nwnke, I concluded it was an Indian bandit who had adopted tho origiAlas for all mankind sod, fleeting race! Alas, my love, for you and mo alas I nal method of getting under his victim's bed, of shaking the wlta out of him, and leaving Unparalleled I'vent In tho History of Eome day death holds us Ia a closo embrace; We, too, like all tbe rest, from earth must pass. l'Jrpluuit Cnpture rorinlnc Lines nf him in such astato of exhaustion that bo might plunder thoplaeo nt his leisure. On l'l re Around tlio Cnptlies I.tiek of the Alaa! to think wo shall forget some hours the strength of tho first thought, being a perWlioreof the memory like lore's planet glow-aHunters. Forget them, as the year her withered flower son who never waits for that desirable but Forget them, as the sun forgets the rose. Mr. U. Banderson, tho sut'crlntendcnt of belated article, second thought, I naturally t, .the government Kheddahs nt Dacca, mndo enough called out with a truly American Our keenest rapture, our most deep despair, tho only ono at my disjiosal, "Quit on unprecedented capture of elephants in tlio Our hopes, our dreads, our laughUr nnd out thatr Tho sound of my own volco brought Qoro hills. Tho details of tills exploit aro tears, mo to n full realization, and I instantly knew described by Mr. Sanderson himself: Shall bo no more at all upon tlie air No more ut all through all tho eudliss years. that it must bo an earthquake, Komo say it "Tho lith wo began tho drive In tho forewas a matter of twenty seconds; some goner-all- y noon. Tho elephant were, contrary to our We shall Ikj mute !eneath the grass and dew concedo it lo havo lieen a matter of forty expectation nnd to their habits hitherto, all Wo shall lie Tcry mute there, In death's state seconds, wh Ho tho ambitious now spn per cor- together in ono largo gathering. To nrri vo nt And you will bo aa I, and I as you boldly mndo It u fraction ' tho stockado they had first to reach n small, respondents havo One sameness abed upon us, and one fate. Philip Ilourke Martton lu The ludeinndetit. short of n iniuuto. I am told that, if it hod ' level plnutcau on tho top of a hill, from they were to bo deflected to their left lasted as long as sixty seconds, nono of us which A. T. STEWART'S APPOINTMENT. would have Ixjcii left to tell tho talo, and that down a slojie, at tho foot of which was tho every houvi in Nico would havo fallen to tho stockade, well screened in tho Jungle Tho I,o it III Chance of ltcconilng n Statesground like n imck of cards from tho hands of two guiding lwillsadcs or wings, comerging I to tho gato of tho stockade, were run man Left Out lu tlio Cold. an awkward dealer. Nobody dreamed then that Mr. Stewart At nil cvcnbJ it seemed n long time. To Ho up tho hillside tho dlstanco of some "00 yards, in a litllo Iron bedstead and havo it rocked ' at llf ty nrds apart. Threo flro lines were would bo aptiointcd secretary of tho treasury, by a great, unseen power; to wo tho walls mado through tho jungle across tho simcc be but before tho 4th of March tho placo was ofmoving about you and tho roof cracking tween the guiding ialladc5, ono joining them fered to him. As tho world knows ho wai nliovo you j to hear tho cries of tiTrilled nt their uxtreiuo ends, ono half way down appointed nnd confirmed, nnd then it was diswomen; to linvo tho awful apprehension that and ono aliout sixty yards from tho gate. On covered that ho was ineligible. A forgotten your next moment will i jour last moment, theso lines dry grass was stacked In bundles law prohibited nny ono interested in import! is not n pretty or n pleasant picture), and uud hidden by green leaves, ready to Imj fired from holding tho olllco of secretary of the when it is nn nctunl reullty it Is something when tho elephants had crossed the paths. treasury. Stewart had been immensely gralieyond human description something which, Tho drive wiw will managed, tho herd Iwing tified at the offer, and was anxious to hold the one felt Ieni n horriblo looollectiou. Yet kept together and not overdriven, w hlch often Iost. Ho pi oposed to turn over his gient busnow that the danger is oer I nm glad to causes a herd to break up Into small parties. iness to trustees for thospneo of four year, hern, and to havo what was really Tho moment tho last hud crossed tho outerhavo the entire pi ollts to bo devoted to some public Horn with n some- most (ho line the spies sounded their rattles, n thrilling experience. or charitnblo purjiose in which he should not time linfoi lunuLely keen wiwi uf the ridicu-lou- ' nnd ns if by mngic (I had not spared a few be intei est!. 1, efii in the midst of danger, fear ami iloren mutch boxes nmong the men) n crnck-IiiiBut tlie devieo wns Insufficient to obviate lino of llnnie extended nliug the hillside, tho diftVulty and nnother secretary was Ustre, nn- oiiM'iimsly ab orlMxl tho (iniusiiig jo ing the extreme ends of the txilisudo and in bin stead. Thus Stewnit lost his features nf the situation for, ns Is of Um tho n statesman. Tho presiease, there were many. Abovo that awful cutting off retreat. Immediately the hitherto chance of rumble of lira Mirth's interior 1 heiud the ' comparative silence of the drivo wns broken dent could find another secretary of tho trcas shrill rry of n womnn: "Latino nut! Hreak by yelling uud blank Prlng from nil sides, ury, but Stewart hnd no other president to en the door!" Ah. tin".' women, tiny uru and the elephants ha ried forward. in a turn to Ho beenmo a plain dry goods man j crowd, no longer folio' ing nny leader, but ngnin, wi'hout plnco, or power, or public Hrt in wr, (hxico or euithipiaku. Clad In a diatnwsingly small number of each striving not to do last. They soon career To lie so near n grent poMtion, nnd crossed tho second Art line, nnd at n signal yet to - it, to lx appointed and confirmed, man's ai'i'iiatomixl garmi'iita, I dnhed out into tho hall, where I was instantly con- from a foghorn barelj nudiblo in tlio din of nnd even congratulated, to havo mndo his fronted by two excited females and thntsamo I elephants nml men nctivo fellows raced for- - arrangements, and, doubtless, determined on voice: "You nro n man. You must know. ward from both ends with torches, and In a Iris appointments in advance, and yet to be Oh, do tell us. What is It I"1 Without wnlt-iu-g few seconds this lino ulso wns a wnll of lire. dashed down to prlvato life, was hard. But "Tho third lino was similarly fired when liesides this, Stewart thought that somo of nn niisMtx where is tho woman who lind passed, nnd the fun waxod ocr!oc iho turned upon moamlsjild: 'Oh, the herd furum Homo of now elephants went the Importance or influence which had been tho you stu; id man, it is an eatthipiake, and you fast nnd offered him should havo been allowed to reknow it Is nn earthqunke, but you stand I into tho stockade at once, but n huge nialo main. Ho even wanted to retain a little of tho right tusk only (such elephants nro tho patronage which might havo been his there dumb and stupid. You nro n fool." with Next I ran against a tough looking English- called Gunis.li nnd certain casts of Hindoos bad ho entered office. I went out of the country in May, 1800, man, who actually grabbed mo and. started ' revurenco them) took up his position in tho thus: "When I was in India In '57 there was gateway, which was only eleven feet wide, and returned in tho next September. On an earth" but I had escaped. I hid somo and no elephant could pass him. The scene arriving at New York I went to Mr. Stewaristocratic and wealthy friends who could ' now was extraordinary, and Col. and Mrs. art's great store, as I had beon used to do beafford the luxury of n lieautiful, costly suit of Graham Smith, from n platform In a trco fore Grant wns president, nnd spent tin hour nportmenUon tho first Iloor, Wtieu 1 reached near, had an excellent view- of it. Tho spaco with bun in private talk. I was amazed at just about seven min- between tho converging palisades wns tightly tbe tone of his conversation. He did not extheir door it had utes since tho first shock; then camo the sec- packed by a struggling moss of elephants for pect, be said, to enjoy tho influonco ho had many ynrds from the gate. Every vettlgo of once anticipated, but even tho few favors he ond, strong but more brief. Nico Cor. jungle had disappeared, and the men were asked bad basm withheld. The personal friends urnal. skirmishing with blank cartridges nnd torches be bad expected to advance were overlooked, A Queer 10 Cent Piece. of blazing grass up to within twenty yards or or their claims belittled, if not ignored. Judge "Tbsre Is a counterfeit 10 cent piece with a less of the elephants, ami a shower of sticks Hilton, bis life long asssoclate and intimate, history," said n Jackson street man yesterday, and ilods wns kept up over tho pulfsades by he had hoped would bo appointed collector of a he fondled n greasy looking coin dangling thoo outside. The roaring of tlw youngstors New Yoik, and a relative of bis wife bt from his watchchnin. "When the Federal of tho herd, which were being trampled and wanted mado consul at Havre, The collector-shitroops were before Fredericksburg a New squeezed, combined with the noise of rattles, was gone irretrievably to another, and York volunteer got out of bis trench ono i guns nnd of tlio flro consuming tho instead of Havre his relative was offered morning, and, after attracting tho attention I jungle between tho palisades In tho Ho wauted mo to represent this to whence of a Johnny who could lie seen inside tbe direction tho elephnnts had tho government. But tho government was. fortifications, rnUed a flask of whisky to his ' come, made it impossible to mako one'j trade up; the carriage was fuX ; the train had I self benrd by nny one, even Up, which were puckered for a long 'pull.' at one's elbow. rtarted, and those who bad not succeeded In "The volunteer had taken, jerhaps, three I fired several charges of shot Into tbe rear- entering could hardly expect to bo treated swallows of the liquor when wo saw a puff of most of tho elephants, though renlly I like regular passengers. Stewart was out In I smoke and a flash from tho fortifications, thought them little to blamo for not 'moving tbe colli. He saw tho president occasionally I followed a second later by tho cnllnpso of on'; it wns not for wnnt of will or pushing, after this and entertained him when he came 1.... .Lola. l..llnn.l. M. o .. An as the angle of their hind legs as they bored A. K tho whisky flask nnd tho fall of the volunTlio liottle, which had been struck by desperately into tho mass before them mutely end. Adam Bndeati's Letter. teer. a mlnle I all, was shivered, nnd tho man who testified! At last the opposition gave way, Odor of tlio Chinese Quarters. had held It lay blooding nt our feet. His tho Gunesh nnd others which wero stopping After tho prenatural activity of tho Chiupper jaw had tieen shattered by tho bullet, tho way were borne onward into the stockade w hlch had also taken away seven of his front by the pressure behind, and tr animals in nese, which makes upon tho observer the teeth and buried itself high up in his right the rear made renewed exertions to get awny somo Impression produced by tho study of one cheek. It w as ono of tho prettiest shots I saw from tho terrible sights and sounds so close of Dore's sketches of tho lost souls of Dante, forever toiling in tho gloom of tho nether during tho whole war, nnd tho volunteer, al- behind them. "When I saw tho elephants struggling be- world, tho next thing that strikestho stranger though seriously wounded, seemed to think It about tho finest piece of work It had ever been fore the gnte I never believed that so many is the peculiar odor that fills tho air; and that resemblc-a combination of bail tobacco (ICC ns it turned out) could by nny possibility his plenure to witness. "The bullet was cut out by a surgeon, and get Into n stockndo 215 feet In circumference. nnd tho pungent fumes from tho punk that as soon as tho patient recovered from thu The nrea was even less than thnt of n circle tho American small boy uses on tho Fourth of shock which ho experienced wo melted tho of similar circumference, as our tockades Jub to light his flro crackers. Miugled with havo thirteen straight sides of fifteen feet this Is tbe smell of unclean streets, tho whole piece of lend and cast four of theso dimes. Tho volunteer kept one, another went to his each nnd tho gato side of twenty feet. Wo making a combination not easily forgotten. Tho Abbo Huck, who traveled in China in kept tho third, and I never expected our stockndes would hold over brothsr. tho ii)&sor cf was tho greatest native dicss. declaicd that ho could readilv 100 elephants; sixty-flvwus so fortuuato ns to become tho tho other. So you seo this little pleco of rebel number wo had over impounded before, j decelvo tho people in regard to his nation load lunko n whiky bottle ami a human jaw, though, I mut say they had plenty of room ality, as bo spoke tho languago perfectly, and knocked out seven titth, nnd traveled over when tho iisistauco was overcomo and thu as long exposure had stained his skin to a final struggle to get into the stockndo began. copper color; but tho Chineso dogs always GOO yards to kit ho Itself in liquor and gore ' Six mouths after this incident wo learned The thing seemed impossiblo after seeing tho barked nt hi heels, because they detected the sniMl is that the bullet w ns Ured bj a cross eyed man elephnnts half covering n hillside or trooping absence of the national odor. This slecpling nlong in single file?. One wavo to tho man duo partly to tho coolio's custom of In a Houth Carolina regiment." Chicago who stood over tho gate rope with his nx, and in bis clothes, but mainly to the fact that Herald. I the ponderous gato camo down on to tho tho constant smoking of opium and tobacco, No I'an to Get Mini. backs of tho last few elephants, nnd as they nnd tho preparation of food nt open fires, subMatthew Lyons, n nnturnhzed Irlshmnn, straggled from under it nnd fell Into position ject tho dweller in a Chinese houso to perwhen a representative in congress from Verit was quickly lashed by many willing hands. petual fumigation. Hcnco tho smoky odor mont, was fined f 1,000 nnd imprisoned foui inimeiiiaieiy everyoouy went toworKio clings to him, nnd not oven tho breezes of tbe months for publishing a letter calculating to strengthen tho stockade. It was never really Pacific havo power to dislodgo it, Qcorgo II bring President John Adams "intocontempt.'1 In danger, but wo made nssurnnco doubly Fitch in Cosmopolitan. He wns strongly opposed to everything thnt sure. A supplemental stockndo was nt once was roynl or sovereign; nnd whon a national commenced by barricading off twenty ynrds (jooil News for the llrltlahera. coinage was discussed he objected to the of thospneo between the guiding palisades Two young men lft Chicago a few weeks englo being put on, becnuso ho was the king outside, the gnto. Tho clephanti were pounded sinco to go Into business in London, England. of birds nnd therefore inappropriate to a nt 1 p. m., but it was not until 0.80 p. m. that They intend starting In tho woild's metropoemblem. Judgo Thatcher, of Masallwasrtady. Wo then hauled up the gate lis an American lunchery like those of tho sachusetts, who wns always characterized by and relieved them from the black hole like Kohlsaats and others in Chicago places good nntured mlrtufulne, replied that perconfinement of tho stockade by ndmltting wherein thu luuchers sit on high stools in haps it would be well to take tho goose for them into tlio new one. It wns filled at once, front of big counters and eat sandwiches, hot our emblem, fof that bird had nothing ma- but renlly the crowd In the first stockndo cakes, pies, pastry, pork and beans, etc., all jestic in her deportment, nor could her hum-bi- o hardly seemed decreased. Early next morn- clean, wholosomo nnd cheap, quickly served rank among tho feathered tribo givo ing we shut off somo thirty-fivelephants in and presenting tho attractiveness of an aloffense to the most fastidious Republican. tho supplemental stockade by closing tbe most endless variety. Tho young men inMoreover (continual tho judge), goslings gate, and the tamo elephants were then ad- tend making their London lunchery as thorwould bo a very convenient stamp for the mitted, nnd by evening had secured this lot oughly American as possible, with niiuco pie, traapenny pieces nnd flppenny bits. and removed and tied them up In tho forest cider, pumpkin pie, iork and Iwans, buckThis caused n great deal of mlitli among nrnr. At night tho gnto between tho stock, wheat cakes, ojstcr pies and other dishes distho members, excepting Ljon, who was so ndes wns ngniu raised to give, tho remainder tinctively Ynukeeisk. They havo a capital offended by it that bo challenged tho facercom, nnd wild plaintain trees nnd other suc- of only $2,500 between them, but expect to tious judgo to a dueL "What annulments culent, cooling fodder wero supplied to them. reap n rich harvest fioni their efforts to show will you mnkel" Inquired tho man who carBy next morning wo had hollowed out two the Londoners n few tricks in tho lunching ried tho challenge, "Nono at nil," replied the tree trunks twenty feet long nnd pushed their line. Chicago, by tho way, was the pioneer judge. "Why, aro you willing to bo called a ends through tho timbers of tho stockade, in this model form of lunchery, nnd to this coward r "Yes, because I am a coward, anil and by keeping men with buckets carrying day carries on tho business In a state of perho knew it very well, or ho nover would havo water from tho Ganol sti cam, which llowed fection reached by nono of tho Imitators in challenged me.'- This turned tho Intigh upon within n few ynrds of the stockade, we sup- other cities. Chicago Herald. Lyon, who wisely concluded there was no uso plied tho thinly animals with plenty of cold, in trying to fight with a man who fired nothA Very Young Merchant. clear mountain wnter for which they seemed ing but jokes. Hen: Perley l'oore. heartily thankful, ond which, in addition to Somo odd facts aro occasionally found just ' di inking, they showered over their bodies. beneath a most commonplace surface. HapOnions for Nervous rrostr.itlon. Tho third dny, tho 17th, the last of the ele- pening In ft largo hat and cap establishment of indulging in Those who are in tho habit phants was removed and tho whole munlier wholesale tho other day, I inquired for tho raw onions may bo consoled for the mature , tied in n larg clearing in the forest near." proprietor. A boy about 11 ycara old was nnd ablo Iwdlod odor which wraps them as In . Th Englishman. pointed out to me. "But I wnnt to sco tho a veil, and causes men, women nnd children proprietor," 1 said. "lam tho pioprictorof to Ileo from their malodorous vicinity, by tho this store what can 1 do for youf'' exclaimed Srnfurlng a Hard Life. fact that onions nro tho best ncrvino known. investigation Sw eiles mnn tho Dauntless for exnetly the tho lad. And, sure enough, is really so cfllcnclous In cases No medicliio thnt he ".ns tho actual owner of tho tono up n miiio renson that English sailors grow rerer proved of nervous prostration, ami they of tho nml more rare on tho decks of British ships. establishment, and nominally tho head worn out system In a very shot t time. Their Senfnring is tho hardest life at which a mnn firm. His fathor had owned tho store, but, absorbent powers are also most valuable, eswishing earns his living. It was onco well paid by having other business as well nnd not presentpecially in times of epidemic. It lias work, it is not in to carry them both in his own nanus, compnrJ-owith land been observed that nn onion patch ed the hat and cap establishment to his 11 in tho immedlnto vicinity of a houso nets as a theso days of floating tenkcttles, uud wher- year old son and placed tho boy in charge. ever, ns in this country, lifo Iscomfortablo on shield against tho jiestllcneo, which is very Of courso tho father still oxerci.es general nptto pass over tho inmates of thnt house. land, or in England even tolernblo, men will control, but tho legal head of tho firm, signer no longer go to sen. Bo well is this underSliced onions in a sick room absorb all the checks, keeper of tho combination of the During nn stood in England that it has como to bo n of and nmu of authority is tho son, ungerms and prevent contagion. man will endure tho hard- safo proverb that no epidemic tho confirmed onion eater should, doubtedly tho youngest wholesalo merchant however, eschow his usual diet, as tho germs ships of tho llfo unless ho begins as a boy, nnd n Chii ago. Chicago Herald. tho practicnl result is thnt seamen come of disease are present in tho onion and conmore and more from thoso countries in Eutagion can cosily result. John Boylo O'ltcilly does not bellovo that rope where life Is hardest on laud, Sweilen, Norway nnd ltnly, with n steady increnso of Queen Victoria owns real estato in WashingA fanner in tho Black Hills is said to havo Lascars nnd other Asiatics. PhilniMpuli ton, ns sbo would havo to pay taxes out of her made f 1,000 in onions grown on nn acre and own pocketon .tit shodld. Press. quurter of lnmL Ho sold 13) sacks. I I ! I i I I i, k i lo-.J Ix-cI I I Courier-JoI p Uor-dea-aI I I A s o I I e I n t. In at Nlco Ilurlng tho Ilcceut Alas for all high hopes and all desires! IJke leaves in yellow autumn time tbey fall. Alas for prayers and psalms, and love's purt fires, One silence and one darkness ends them all. MILLINERY. I am 1 Im- dally opening an elegant line of Fall Millinery, Including all The Latest Novelties of the Season- Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs, Kucblng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yob will and me at tbe rooms lately vacated by Brails; A Warren, next door to the Myers House. 16.-2- KATi: llll II It KitAlt. MACat BIIUCE'3 Buggy & Implement House. I hae now A Fall Iiao or Whoat Drills and othor Agricultural ImplomontB, Besides a Fall Lineoi Baggies and! Wagons Always on hand. In connection with my plement business, I will nlso carry a Complete block of Lumber, Doth rough and dressed. Prices on eferythlng as Lot? ixh any one. tolh.It a shsre of your patronage, Respectfully, . .n. nttCVE. UMrr M K mis HOTEL. d. BURN SI I) is. - (rcpc Known Tina Old and Well -- - Ylotol Still Maintain.; ita Hif?h Uoputation. ANO Its Proprietor is Determined that 't Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of thoir Quests Hii,vaH- - will h- - ei)afey-t- l to and fr- - a the f r- -e of rharxe. prelal accommodations to Commercial Traseltrs. 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I.l, tt rtk i.oo. wWHv i iuniiwqi WHEN If I I AM DEAD. were lying dead. Would tliejr w ho now w Ith scoff and Jeer Defame my life would they draw near And month their scandals o'er my head! Would they with innllco vcnouicddart Ileope the wounds In my dead heart? Would they whoso burdens I liao borne. To help them on their upward way, Though I was weak and poor at they And needed favors In return; Would they requite me w hen I'm dead With sorrow --or with scorn Instead! If, looking don n In my dead face. They marked the lines of toll and care And self denial printed there, Which death Itself could not efface, Would they not say, "Sho's happier far Than w o w ho ha o maligned her arc" If these lw sin In sight of heaven. Then I mint stand condemned Indeed; But malice wrought on any ono Is evil I have never done. And so, when I shall como to die, This heritage of hate will cease; And In its place the sweetest peace Will brood around mo where I lie, And all my life of lovo and cans Will rise toward heaven like n pro) er. Anon. If sacrifice for others' need, If crni Ing lov o w hero nono Is gh en, sat down by my stove, and wo chatted sociably enough for half an hour or moro without onco nlluding to tho business which had brought tho pair of us to Wiltonburg. Mis conversation was pleasant, and I really camo to like tho fellow; and I thought of myself that 1 had been prejudiced against him without cause. At length ho arom nnd luido ma good night nnd went away, and shortly afterword I retired. I hnd been In bed but a littlo whilo when another rap disturbed me, and to my demand of what wan wanted I received nn answer from Lalan Shaw. Me bado mo not to light Mo had only como for his night- ft lamp. gorui. Mo could get it in tho dark. I arose ' I .1 I lujuI uuiochcmI iiij uuur, unu mis apologies cio many and earnest. Mo always slept in winter in n flannel nightgown, and ho had thoughtlessly left it In his carpet lwg. Mo was sorry, very sorry. Mo had thought to try to sleep without it rather than disturb me, but his room was cold, and I cut him short, and told him thero was no need of further apology; whilo he fumbled over his bag, I went to tho stovo to mako double assurance that tho tiro was all right, I offered to light a match for him, but ho said he had cot his dress, nnd all was right. Mo then went out, and I closed nnd locked I tho door after him, nnd then got back into , 1 1 STARTLING RESULTS. CEKEDRAL PHENOMENA IN CONNEC- FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT. A MEXICAN )i;EI!. AP- CNTREATIES. If thou at any lime shouldst want a frlsnd. To cheer thee In thy weary walk through life, To speak fur thee, or aid theo In distress. And, In thy brightest imvxls, tolauRh with thee. To guard thee from the slanderous touguist of men, To stand by tins', and all thy burdens share, To soothe Hire when, In strife to gain the end, Thy heart break donii In sorrow Then U'tlilnk Tbjself of one whoso strength I never etit When In thy came 'tl glv n, w hoa lore for thee Will bear forKt fulness, distrust ami scorn, alt other cliangefiil lovre, And, strong Will still lie thine when earthly thing aro past. O friend, so lovrdl I ask no more than this: That It shall always lo a It ha With thee and tne; that thou rrinemliei not My weaknrnH nud mlstrtint, and only Idjw My loie for thee shall last liejond all time. Chamber' Journal, TION WITH ALCOHOLISM. Tolluto" Tell a Strange Storj A Trip, . " THE WITNESS. During tho month of February, ISM, Seth Damon, of Acton, instituted nn notion nt law ngninst Gabriel Butterworth, of thosnino town, for tho recovery of $30,000 of which ho claimed that said Butterworth had defrauded : him. Tho circumstances were Butterworth owned nnd kept the principal etoro in Acton, and though ho linil never been regarded as nn exemplary gentleman, liis honor in business hnd not lieen impugned. Those Mho had the faculty of looking upon tho undercurrents of human action decided that ho was a man not bound by honor, but who understood tho laws of self interest too well to 1 guilty of small meannesses in business. What ho was capable of doing on n grand scalo was not mooted until tho occurrence of which I am nbotit to siwifc. Beth Damon hnd removed from IMson to Acton in the fall, and hnd purchased tho iron works. Shortly after concluding tho purchase, ho had n payment of $30,000 to make, and lato on a Saturday nf tenioon he arrived from New York with the money, part of it In bank notes, and part of it in gold. When he arrived ho found that tho jmrtles to whom the money was to bo paid had left town, and would not return till Monday. Mr. Butter-wort- h had tho only reliablo safety vault in town, and to him Damon took tho $."50,000, asking permission to lodgo it in his vault over tho Sabbath, which permission was readily and cheerfully granted. During Sunday night the people of tho w ero aroused by tho alarm of fire; and, upon starting out, it was found that the alarm caino from Butterworth's store, but Mr. Butterworth had been active. Ho had discovered tho fire in season, and, with the assistance of his boys, bad put it out before much damage hod been done. Upon looking OVtr the premises It was found that tho Are bad not only been tho work of an incendiary, but that it had been set in several different tlit-s?vil-log- o places. How fortunate," said the owner, "that I discovered ' was alarm and consternation. Gabriel Butterworth seemed fit to go crazy. "For myself I care not," he cried. "A few hfindreds wero all I had in there; but my friend had n great suml" Immediately search for tho robber or robbers was instituted, anil word was sent far and near to all sheriffs and their deputies, and to the polico of the cities. Now, it had so happened that on that very Sunday evening, or, I may say, Sunday night, I, John Watson, had been returning from my brother's, in Dunstable, I had left my hired team at tho stable, and on my way to my boarding house I passed the store of Mr. Butterworth. In tho back yard of tho storo was a horso trough, and, being thirsty, I stepped around that way to get a draught of water. As I stooped to drink at tho spout of tho fountain I saw a gleam of light through a crevice in tho shutters of ono of tho store windows. Curiosity impelled mo to go and peerthrough; for I wondered who could bo in there at that hour of a Sunday night Tho crevico was quite large, made by n wearing away of tho edges of tho shutters wiicro they had been caught by the hooks that held them back when open, and through it I looked into tho . I looked upon tho wall within which tho safety vault was built, and I saw tho vault open, ami I saw Gabriel Butterworth at work therein. I saw him put largo pack- ages into his breast pocket and I saw him V, bring out two or threo small canvas bags, v arid set them on the floor by tho door that ,ed toward his dwelling. As I saw him iproaching this outer doom second time I ught bo might come out, and I w cnt aw ay. ill was an nour aiierwaru mai i ueara inealarm of lire. And it was not until tho following morning that I beard of the robbery tho safe. I was placed in a critical position, but I had aduty to perform. I went to Mr. Damon, add told him what I had seen; and also garo him liberty to call upon me for my testimony In pub! c when he should need it. Until I should bo called upon I was to hold my silence. Whilo tho officers wero hunting hither and thither Mr. Damon kept a strict watch upon tho movements of Mr. Butterworth, and at length detected him in the act of depositing a large sum of money in a bank in Buffalo. Butterworth was then arrested. This is the way matters stood when I was summoned to appear before tho grand jurynt Wiltonburg. I went thero in company with Mr. Damon, and secured lodgings tit tho Babino house. It was a small inn, well and comfortably kept, and frequented by patrons f moderate means. Thero wero two public houses of moro fasliiouable pretensions in tho sto-re- But very soon another discovery was made. The safety vault had been broken open and every dollar it had contained stolen I Here it in season." The Growth uf Chicago. This growing, by the way, makes some curious and exjiensivo letting dow n of tucks and piecing and destroying. Thus, somo one referred In my hearing to talk about selling llonoro block, ami remarked thnt thuptop-ert- y was rather hard to disposo nf becauso "the building was not modern, nnd vet it was too good to tear down." Now this lather made mo stare. Monoro block, a, six story affair cornering next to tho iostof!!co, was put up after the great fire, being finished nlwut a dozen years ngo, with a stono f i out, lino elevator nnd rll things befitting, so that Iliad know n it us the crack business, building of tho city. But now it is n dozen years old, and not "modern," Tho present way us to run up eight or ten stories, ha o tho interior given moro light and nir than was know.i until nnd then put in two or thro-- ' i ,r vntors which seem to be modeled upon the machines sometimes seen in circuses nnd called "catapults." They must bo worso for tho nerves than tho cutapults, though, for the ctn men under your bedr Holuughed when ho spoko of tho carpet wero only fired up into the air, whilo fbco bag; but yet he did not know what sort of things let tho victim down nt sohio rate taster faculty liis stranger room mate might havo than ho would naturally fall, and then stop him with u dull thud which scU wiry bona dw getting up ami walking off in the night. Of course 1 granted hlin his request, and in his body U) quaking. Cor. Dutrolt Froo bejiut hU carpet bag under my bed and then Press. place. It was on the afternoon of Monday, Feb. 14, that I took quarters at tho Sabino house, arid after tea I requested the landlord to build a fire in my room, which Iiodid; and he also furnished mo with a good lamp. It was 3 o'clock, and I sat at the table engaged in reading, when some one rapped nt my door. I said, "Come in," and a young man named Irfibnn Shaw, entered, bringing his carpet bag in his hand. This Shaw I had known cry well as a clerk of Onbriel Butterworth, but I had never been intimate with him from tho fact that I had novcr liked him. lie must havo seen tho look of dlspleasuro upon my face, for ho quickly said: "Pardon me, Mr. Watson, I don't mean to Intrude. I havo como down to bo present at summoned by tho examination Butterworth's man, of course and I got hero too Jate to get a room with n stove In it; and, worse still, I must tako a room with another bed in it, and with a stranger for company. And so, may I just warm my flngei s and tqps by your flro and leave my i nrpct bag But I was not to sleep. I had been very sleepy w hen Shaw disturbed me. But nn entirely different feeling possessed mo now. First camo n nervous twitching in my limbs, a "crawly" feeling, as some express it; that sensation which induces gaping and yawning, but which no amount of yaw ning could now subdue. By and by n sense of nightmare stole upon me. nnd, though perfectly awake, n sense as of impending danger me. At length so uncomfortable did I lieeomo in my recuinlient jiosition that I nroo nnd lighted my lamp, resolved to replenish my fire, and dres myself, ami see if I could read nw ay my nervous fit. My lamp was lighted, nnd as I returned to tho bedside fur my slipper, my attention was attracted by a tring which lay ujon the carpet; a string leading from the bed to tho door. I to exnniliio it nnd found it fast at both ends. I brought the lamp, and took a more careful survey. The string was ft flno silken trout line, new ami strong, ono end of which disappeared Wneath tho lcd, and tho other !oncath the door. In my then present condition I was suspicious of evil, nnd my senses wore painfully keen, liaising tho hanging edgo of tho coverlet I looked un der the bed. Tho carpet bag which Laban bliaw had left there, partly open, with tho silken lino leading out from it. What y could it mean I Mad tho man carried tho end of tho lino nway with his night dross without noticing it! I drew tho bog out from beneath tho bed, nnd as I held its jaws apart I saw, within, a double barreled pistol, both hammers cocked, bright percussion caps gleaming upon tho tubes, whilo the silken Hue, with double end, was made fast to tho triggers! And I sow that the muzzlo of tho pistol barrels wero inserted Into tho end of an oblong box, or case, of galvanized iron. And I comprehended, too, that a very slight pull upon that string might have dischargefl the pistol, and, therefore, that a man outside of my door might have done that thing. For a little time my hands trembled so that I dared not touch tho infernal contrivance; but at length I composed myself anil went at work. First, I cut tho string with my knife, and then, as carefully as possible, I eased down tho hammers of tho pistol, after which I drew it from the iron case. I had just done this when I heard a step in the hall outside my door. Quick as thought I sprang up and turned tho key, and threw tho door open, and lieforo me, revealed by tho light of my own lamp, stood Laban Shaw. Me was frightened when he saw me, and trembled like an aspen. I was stronger than he at any time, and uow ho was a child in my hands. I grasped him by the collar and dragged him into my room, and I pointed the doublo barreled pistol at his breast, and I told him I would shoot him as I would shoot a dog if hogavo me occasion. Mo was abject and terrified. I.iko n whipped cur he crawled at my feet and begged for mercy. Mis master had hired him to do it with promise of great reward. It had traaspired that my testimony lieforo tho jury w ould 1)0 conclusive of Butterworth's guilt, and Butterworth had taken this means to get rid of me. In his great terror the poor accomplice made a full confession, and when ho had told all, I released my grasp. Ho begged that I would let him go, but I dared not my duty w ould not allow it. I rnng the bell, and in time tho hostler, who slept in tho olllce, answered my summons. I sent him for an ofliccr, and at length had the satisfaction of peeing my prisoner led safely away. On tho following day tho curpet bag was taken before tho grand jury nnd the iron caso examined by an experienced chemist, agisted by an old nrmoier from tho arsenal. It was found to contain a fulminate of mercury, mixed witii bits of iron; and it was the opinion of both the chemist and tho armorer that tho power of the terrific explosive agent, had it been ignited, as it was placed, Umcnth my bed, would not only hove been sufficient to blow mo to atoms, but that it would nlsohavo literally stripped and shivered to fragments all of the house above it. And a single pull of tho silken string would havo leen sufficient to this horrible end I And but for my nervous waking my incubus of foreboding tho destroyer would have come; tho fatal cord would havo been touched, the mlno sprung and I should havo been launched Into eternity as if on the lightning'n bolt. And so Gabriel Butterworth did not procure the destruction of my testimony, but, through that testimony, the grand jury found cause for indictment of far graver diameter than had nt first been anticipated; and of thoso graver charges ho was convict d. Scth Damon received back tho full sum ho hud intrusted to the false man's can1, mid shortly afterward I entered into business with him, Seth Damon andlaio partners. and Laban Shaw camo out from prison and went to Idaho. I have not heard of him since. Gabriel Butterworth did not live to serve out his full term of sentence. Toronto Mail. acci-dentlto-da- y bed. I from Dublin to London Something for Scientist! to Look After A Double Man. In going from London to Dublin I hail purchased round trip tickets. Tho route was by rail to Hollyhead, on tho coast of Walec, thence by steamer across tho Irish sea to Kingstown, Ireland, and then rail to Dublin. Under tho guldanco of Mr. Dillon's secretary, whilo visiting tho various points of Interest, I was induced to drink a good deal of Irish whisky. Tho people whom wo encountered wero sociablo and pressing iu their hospitality, tho moro especially as tho guest was an American, for whom it did not seem that they could do enough. The last day of my stay the potations were frequent and the leavo taking effusive nnd Impressive. I never was fond of alcoholio drinks, but iny scruples ngninst extended libations wero met by tho assertion that Irish whisky was a pure extract, without headache or other ill after effect. My associates would toss oft three, glasses to my ono, tho mean-whilexhibiting no signs of intoxication. Tho train was to leavo about 1 o'clock In the afternoon, and a littlo lieforo that hour my escort bade mo good by nnd left mo nt tho Shelbourno house. My head was peifectly clear up to this jmint. Neither any of tho party nor myself was unduly exhilarated. Thero was none of tho hointeroiisnesa, the raised voices, characteristic of inebriety. There was simply a stimulated good feeling, so to speak, when we parted. 1 called for my bill, paid it, ami had a carriage sent to tako mo to the dcot, I entered the vehicle, waved n salute to tho portcrand started. It was daylight, and I was seated in n (lot class compartment in ft railway tiaiu. I glanced out of the window nnd recognized tlie hedges nnd tho quaint farm houses of Fug-lanTwo men were in the compartment besides mjself. I glanced In tin ir faces, and saw nothing to excite uneasiness that if, thero was nothing in their con i rsation Ct their attitude toward mo to indicate ttat there was anything unusual in the situation. A moment before I was in a carriage leafing tho Shclbourno house, and tho next moment I was speeding through Knglaud , in fact, it w as not five miuutos after I found myself in tho car before the smoko of Ixmdon liegan to appear on tho horizon, and but n little later when tho train halted in Euston station. In time, ns railways mcasuro it, the dLstanco between Dublin and London is seventeen hours. For that period, then, ns it soon dawned on me, 1 had been unconscious. Peoplo who have ever passed the Ixiunds of sobriety in their use of liquor know w hat constitutes tho ordinary nature of intoxication. There it a variation, of course, according to the nerves, tho brain, the physical condition the person. In the caso of nono, however, doee it happen that the moment of apparent Insensibility aro really absolute blanks. The intoxicated person will have dim glimmerings through tho darkness in which ho lingered, that he parted with this or that erson at ruch a point; that ho mounted near or entered a carriage, or that ho saw tho acquaintance during the period of his drunkenness Such was not my experience. Tho ordinary form of Intoxication leaves an impression of a lapse of time of greater or loss duration. In my case tho hotel in Dublin and Euston wero separated by no time savo such the brief minutes elapsed after I recovered consciousness up to reaching tho station. I must have been driven to the depot, where I entered tho cars and was taken by them to Kingston. At that point I must have gone aboard the packet, and on reaching Holyhead I mutt have gone from tho boat to the Loudon train. Now, all this was accomplished without difficulty, for my clothing was undisturbed in any manner, and my watch, money and everything else in place as they were when I left Dublin. It is impossiblo to conceive that I was assisted into trains, or off and on tho boat, or was carried, for tho reason that my hair and clothing wero in perfect onler. I liad certainly undergono no handling on tho part of strangers. I had evidently, if I may judgo by tho attitude of tho two men in tho compartment with me, been guilty of no India crction, or anything unseemly when entering the car, or they would havo watched me with curious glances when I woke. In the condition iu which I was plunged, for seventeen hours of which I havo no remembrance whatever, I must havo appeared no different from tho ordinary traveler and have attracted no ijocial attention. Iu other words, to use n common expresslou, I must have been "drunk" to n most extraordi nary extent; so much so that memory utterly failed me, and yet in a condition in which I was able to conduct myself and my airairs in a manner to attract no notice. Mere were cleai ly two conditions inwlikh I was placed at the came moment, each of which is exactly unlike the other antagonls tic in every particular. I was two distinct persons, ono cf whom was intoxicated to profound insensibility, and tho other of whom was able to select routes, change from ono class of vehicle of transportation to another, to hand out tickets, presumably in all ways to conduct himself so as to be alwvo tho susI picion of being in an abnormal condition. was grossly intoxicated in one sense, and not the least in another. Mad my inebriation been of the usual character I should lm e lost the greater jwrtion of my remembrance of what occurred, and I should have lcu helpless in limbs and incapable of locomotion, fpeoch, or intelligent intercourse with others. Involved in this experience must be somo cerebral functions that wero not ojxirated in a normal manner. Tho phenomena of the experience point to brain conditions that aro littlo or not at all known, and whoso possible results aro innumerable and likely to bo startling. Assuming tho truth of my conclusion that whilo in tills dual condition thero was ono part of me tho dominant part that was nblo to transact business, to havo the appear-oncof entire sobriety, it is easy to couccivo situations in which broader consequences might have ensued. It ii possible to fancy that while thus conditioned I might have signed note", contracted a marriage, comiiilted larceny, or even murder, without having the slightest consciousness of it when I resumed my normal state. I havo experienced tho ordinary and common results of the average form of inebriety often enough to be entirely prepared to my Dublin journey so far from tho cerebral domain of tho other. I make this nvownl concerning an experience in the effects of intoxicants tho more readily in view of tho fact that for many years I have been n total abstinent iu regard to every form of stimulants, not exclusivo even of cider. Poliuto in Chicago Times. (,--f o I..1M o' LowrloV Sirs, llurnett' Method of Writing A Young, llrro. "I was nine years old when I first saw tho face of the young jwrson I afterward Idealized as 'That Lass o' LowrleV Working girls from the factory could ntthat time lo known by n long, coarso apron, which they wore tied back to prevent their clothing from catching in machinery, and by ft littlo shaw w orn over tho head. I looked from tho w ludow ono day and saw a ale, handsomo young girl knitting on a gray sock pinned to her walrt, Tho children altout her I noticed gavo place to her and obeyed her ns if she wero their princess. Once afterward I saw her, when sho was driven b a brutal man, with rough words nnd uplifted hand, Into n cabin when) sho live!. The dignified air of the girl and her unusual self i est rain 1 1 never forgot;" "Had you begun to write nt this 111110?" "Yes, I liegan to write at tho ngo of 7, and my earliest recollections aro of stories thnt I made out iu my ow n mind. Tho dramatic parts of these stories I would go over and over to myself, feeling Intensely every wavo of sorrow and Joy of tho Imaginary diameter. My dolls wen' grand ladies and gentlemen acting out a life drama, nnd tho nnns of an old sofa in my mother's loom were the horses from which ninny of my doll ladles wem thrown, to 1k gallantly rescued by tho hero." "What is your method of writlngl'' "I hardly know how to answer you. I think of iny story, nnd then nni eager to w rito It out. When I iiegln It i easy to tell it. 1 write rapidly and steadily. I'stinlly I have written from 0 to 1 o'clock, but mv ill henlth has caused mo to lie le utrtltodicnl tlmn formerly." "And which of jour hook do jou like ll n "That DELICACIES THAT WERE NOT BY AMERICANS. PRECIATED 1 The Quests Smell nf the '.imp ml Millie. How Tortillas Are .Muile- -" rrljnten," or Chocolate Colored lleniin lint (lrj l'nliue. At each guest's plate a menu card was placed. Tho cards wero leautifully decorated by the Mexlcim artists. Some of tho cards were decorated with inliilatuio birds Other curds weio made of gay feathers. artistically gotten up with stiaw woik woven nboilt tho corners, and lielow on all the cards was printed In Suinlsh the following: Arroz rW-o-. Tortillas. lliebcru. )lule deduajnlotc 1'jLsala. lYlltAS. I'rljoli-c Cnldo Jlexfcnno. Pulque Ohx-tiUI- lcstr them; Imt." "Oh, I like special characters In each of ihnH I car more for 'Mawortb,' idie ndilisl, with a elmrining mtule, "nono of my looks can ever lw no deer as 'Lord Fnuntleroy,' " saying which she rew) nnd took a photograph from the table, which sho handed mo to see. It wns little Ixird Fnuntleroy himelf, her youngest mm, n loely child, wlioe face and drew are accurately copied in tin pictures of l,onl Faiintleroy, nnd w hose character is mud to much reneiublu the joung hero. Mrs. Burnett looks joung nml is now 31 j ears of age. Sho has naturally a strong constitution, but has suffered from nervous prostration until lately and shows it In her delicate face, though sho Is not frail In pby sique, on theeoutrnry, she has a well rounded form. Sho is a fascinating and distinguished looking woman, ono whom ono would say was fond of society and likely to imuh admired in it. No literary woman of this country has won her way to fame nnd eminence so rapidly as Mrs. Burnett, and if her writing faculty U work is jet not injured by ill health her to 15 done. Indeed, she says she feels that she Is yet to do it, nnd looks forward to tho time when she eon give herself entirely up to e Tamales. A gtsxl many of the guests thought "t'nldo Mcxioauo" meant cold Mexican nnd tbey wero wondering how ho would Ums, when littlo tenciis fillisl with gren "Up wen brought on. Mexican Miuplsnues lihc f tho drippings from that n:i tiling else. The propvr way to get rid of (Ik nnip is to drink It. The Mexicnim did. The American giW did not. They nmelled it and smiled. Plate csHitftlning lolled rice mixed with lo(lisl cnirota nnd Imrd ImilM eggx chnpped line weie next. That mixture was called "Arroz seco." The tliv niu wry red, Imxlng leen Mnined in the (tolling bv tho enmita Some liked It. "Tortilla" f.llwed-- n Hat corn rake tliat looked like pale IxmnliiiK house buckwheat enkee, tho kind I "orders In nrream usually gt. The tortilla were made of crushed corn, which was groun I into meal up stains. The prooewi f to Iny the corn on a stone and roll it with a stone bar until it Incomes meal. The tortilla nn linked on little sheet of tin over charcoal fire. The Mexicans rolled t lie cakes up into first spreading salt on tlieu I. Then tltey ate them much the same an nn American would nibble nt n lady linger. "Ptichero," which cum next, was made of fried cabbage, gout nvent, fried carrots ami frhl banana, and is known as n "Mexican lridi stew." -Ix-e- ' ii., Surress In Money Jinking. Eighty years ngo an nwkwanl, ungainly country I my wa keeping store for his undo in Anne Arundel county, about forty mile from Baltimore. Me wns shrewd and attentive. Mo mode more money out of the store than hU uncle had out done. When be was 24 his uncle asktsl hlui If he would like to go into busincKs for himself. Ho replied that bo did not have moneyeuutigh. Misuncluulfercd to start him. Tho result was that tho young man took a warehouse near that of the uncle, nnd succeeded hi well that ill a j ear or so he was nblo to buy his uncle out. His fortune grew rapidlv Ho noer mlsnppllisl so much as n cent. l'. try penny was precious in bis his mania; Money making eyes wealth hi one dmire On a certain occasion, after much talk, lie pepumded n man to let him bne n ". cent article for 10 cent. "Why Is it, ' intfccd n friend, "that a limn of your great wraith thoiild want to Mild n few ccnU like that to his fort line I" "The pleasure of pomeiaUni, sir; tliep'oiuatre of iKMfccsdon," wa ln replj. Thekhrvwd, stingy man wa John llopklne. His bnluM foresight wa nlnioat an iiupira-tlo4- i. money In nn inwwtinmtt. He ncier Ma saw the future of the iWdUinore and Oblj rood. He hoiiKut largely of it kit k. ThU brtMtght him In clos ivInUomhip with John W Uurrrtt The two lircume firm friends. Tliey were tlie money power of llaltiinore. HllUdelphia Prws e hl i Toinlxtoue. sMOTN OTIir.K li.MNTIKN. let her writing again. Washington Ix-tte- Art of Extrmporn Speaking, A gentleman who has achieved quite reputation as an ektempore speaker tells lie that there is no such thing, nnd hn has Daniel Webster on his side in maintaining thUch&u, for that matter. "There Is, to be sure," he says, "such a thing as depending on tb Inspiration of tho moment, but you have gU to sketch out something in ycur mind at a beginning, oven if only for the purpose of throwing It away, point by point, when you get up. My plan is to go to work about n day beforehand and imagine the siieech that I am going to make, from beginning to end. In tho calm of my clianiler, of courso, I can think up a number of things to sny When I get up to pieak I can remenuVr thceo things iu n general way, but the difficulty is to connect thorn logically and continuously. Very often the connection Ucomm exceedingly rough, and there is where tho 'inspiration of tho moment' comes in. Somo shred of a thought that comes from n gllmpoo of some one In the room that you know, taking the shape of n humorous reference to him, will help you out wonderfully, for the personal nlwnys takes. "Unco get tho ieoplo to lniighingat somo of your carefully thought out exteniorancou humor, and you can get any sort of 'clittt nut' on them even the story of the tram, who who was offered a ticket ton lianquet, when ho was legging for money to buy food, and who, when ho found out that thero wore going to lo after dinner rpeoches nt this din n:r, preferred to go out and lie duwu Uhlnd t, shed nnd die. This story nlwnj s makes your acarors laugh, and acts liko n wet blanket on tho fellows who come after j on, thus giving your address a relative brilliancy thnt it might not Kscss otherwiM. Stones, stork nlways; don't forget thfw. And if you can't reinotnber the connection that ou were going to tell them in, tell them anyway. But if you really find that you havo thought of something new since you got up, and art actually inspired to say something that you hadn't on your programme, don't hesitate to (ay it, that ono inspiration may givo your whole speech n flavor of exteuqKirniioousncss. ' Enanla" was composed of lettuce oprrad thickly with tweet oil Mixed In thebtttK-- t thero weie onions chopped flue and a good ileal of garlic. Aeeoinjwnv ing the salad on tho same dish was stowed v. ill stulfed with nlnioiids. There nosadwdi served which win not on the menu card. It wns colled "Chill ticro." It U to Mexicans w hat a soft shell crab is to an American, (in-eieppers were hollowed out nnl tho shell was llilod with chopped thicken with a few rnitins mixed In it. The jurpper wns then dipped into twitter and fried In n pan of hot lard. This dih wat very much in favor. Kverj body nearly took to tho "frijolcrt," chooolato colored beans. They were very tender and were dronscd with a sauco that was very palatable. The "frl jole" has quite as great a reputation in Mexico as tho Iwikcd liean has in Boston. The most unique dish served was the "taumalM," a croquette made of corn meal, raisins, nuti and fruits. It is tailed Inn corn husk and looks a good deal liko a toiled pig's foot at distance when removed from the corn husk. "Mole do Ouajolote." The mystery of turkey was n fricasM of that bird with a gravy The gravy was principally hot fnt and red pepper, nnd everjluly who ate the gravy asked for ice to soothe their bunting tongued. The Mexicans milled and at the gravy with a relLsh, dipping their bread In it The Mexican wine "pulque" wai served to the guests in small wine glasses. It looks like milk and taste Uko ImketV yeast. It is to the Mexican what bock Uvr Is to tin German. It is tho juice of the maguey plant, a siwieii of century plant. Tho magnet plant takes) seven years to mature. At maturity it is alout mven feet high Thou the central stalk Is cut off nt the I .use and tlx juice of tho plant is sucked through a gourd and carried ofT by the native In skins. The plant yields atiout two gallons every day fol two or thn-- months nfter the stalk Is rut oil and then dies. Tne juice Is put into jars ir dark cellars anil allowed to ferment for forty eight hours. Then tho pulquo Is ready ti drink. A Mexican can drink four quarts ol lntoxicol.il. ft without Very good chocolate In tiny ctqw f Unwed withrvnl SjKinidi cigarettes. The Mexienm puffed th- - smoke through tin ir now a in, their ears nnd out of their ej es ut.dwiKil.ec half n dozen cigaiettes in ns mam mluut.- nnd soon the table was coveted with n great cloud of smoke and the dinner was over, tin Mexicans iMing from their chair and lowing to tho guests, nud tho visitors mochnnlrnllf imitating the Mexicans. Philadelphia Times. Tege-tnblo I ever dealt In second liand tombstone," wild n dealer In mortusry I neter Nxightnu cMnbUsbmenU, "that "I can't say that okl mie, but 1 have frequently In the lint Iriirst of stono fur n customer. grief men nnd women are apt to hn lavish iu their onler nml onler a costly stone. Before it is flnUbrd their grief 1 somewhat tiHAUnged nnd in conpience 1 get stuck on n stone Then I Imie to dltpono of It to some one else nml it take some line chiseling to wipe out 'Sacred to tho memory of Jnne Tubbs' and liiM-r- t Heie lies the Uly uf William Jonea.' If the Mtrnt are raised it is cosy enough to smooth them off and sink tho second iiucrip-tlobut if they arc sunk tho entire face of the ttoue mutt ho cut or ground down. It Is cheat, r to do that than lo-- o the stone. "Philadelphia Call. n, i, A Mis Mary Booth U said to l going abroad for mt, and one nf the papers in commenting upon it, call hor the "septuagenarian editor Fashion Weekly." MI Boot U of no longer young, but I doubt if sh l 00, and the is well pnerved of her age, retains her thick, gray hair, strong, sound teeth, and her erect figure. Kvery morning early, that is 10 o'clock or early for a journ,nliV-a- y thereabout sho arrives at the little den where htr work it dono in tho Franklin Square building, anil Is steadily at her daak untll 4. She seems to have no aulitanta. For twenty five years tho has been the "translator in ordinary" (or tho Manor's and for twelve vears tho editor of The Bazar. Woinn Who Has Won llrr Way. Harr' Albany Journal. unit tint Hug. Tlie A (Imsshoppcrand a Bug met on the King't Highway by Chance, and tho Hug, Who in Truth was n flno looking hiwct, surveyed the Orasshopis-for awhile in Disdain and then r irbopjirr OIerved "If I had your Ieg I should want to Shoot Why on Knrth Natun Mado you in tlie Shape Khedid U liioni tlmn I ran Cooper." Jiut then n Horso came gallopin? along thf Itoad,iilid the tinihopere ailed Dentil only by n qui) k Spring, sueh a Nature designed him to Make. The Bug, hniMUomo In Looks, Imt Slow in Movement, wn('ni4ied to n jelly under mi iron shod Hoof, mid n tsthooliiift'atn w ho ciitne Along just then icnmrked. "Moml Never go liatk ou a Bow leggcd myself I -- man." Mr. Mone" t,miB uf the ingenious IIIIfH. And, above nil, don't get into your shell and refuse ever to make sjeoobcs, localise that i simply n means of incaimcitnting yourself Talk up, somehow, mid you will do as well as the rtt, after n while." Boston Transcript "Listener." lleclalinnl I'rom Opium Slatrry. Many Chinamen have taken to wife the tngultond females whe havo drifted to Chinatown to hit the pipe or to do wors. Ono o( these women was reclaimed from slavery to opium by her hntband. Sbo had lecome what is called "a fiend," which is to say, an abject slave to tho vice. Her husband dab bled with the drug in the philosophical measured way that most Chinamen hero do, nnd liecoming interested iu the girl (she is young nnd comely) took her to his quarters and released her from tho clutch of tho demon by tnpering off her allowance from day to day. Sho ngreen with dipt. McCullagh that the strength of tho habit is overestimated. "I smoko or don't smoke, just as I like," she says, "and as long us I don't drink at the snmo time, it geLs no hold ujKm me. A great many of what are called 'fiends' keep drinking lieer between their pipes, becauso that makes tho opium take hold w ith all its might. "Moderate opium smoking is very pleasant. When you are under the influence of the drug you aro just as wide awake as over you wero in your life. But all caro and worry and trouble disappear as the intoxication grows, and you see overythlng as if you wero in a day dream. No matter how bnro and dirty tho room is it looks nice and pleasant. All tho people around you grow graceful and beautiful. Kind and pleasant thought fill your mind, and you would kiss your most hated enemy if ho would como nnd let you do so. You feel as if you wero as light as dow n, and wero reclining on a. cloud of feathers. After a whilo, when this pleasure disnpiicais, you grow very tired and sleepy, nnd if jou havo smoked too much you sometimes are sick." MnmimrnU at (Jcttynliurp. The A read o Itnllway. Tho New York Journal of Commerce says It is stated that tho public hardly realizes that tho elevated railroads of tho city fail to tho vast amount of work that has ltt'ii done meet the requirements of travel, and that tho upon tho historical battlefield of Gettysburg. Dispatch. timo is not far distant when somo other means Nearly 100 monuments, costing from up iiehinV of transportation must bo adopted. There is to f 1,000 each, have been erected and eight They tell in Cambridge of n Harvard stu a general demand for tho arcade railway, miles of nvcnuo substantially inclosed with dent who burned his hand to punish birubdi wlilch cught to bo constructed as soon as pos-- ' wiro fence have been constructed. Chicago for an exhibition of busty temper. Times. siblo. .V 1'llL-IISim Ills IrlrniU. "Talking nbout n pugilist raving lib friends," said Old Hjxirt, "the slickest thing I ever saw was dona by old Joo (Jumi in hh fight w ith Paddy Kynn dow u in Virginia in tho spring of Nl. 1 didn't like to mo old J( going up against the young fellow, but I knew if lie was there would U'UgaliK fight U'fore the Ixittlc wits' ov. r You lect thero was a good pile of money liet ol first blood, tind all of Joe's filemU were let ting that he would first dniw the claiet from the young Trojan "Well, that was n fight nud no mWukiv Tho bravo old veteran took his punishment nnd fought Uko a hero. At the end of thf third or fourth round he motioned foi Johnfcy N to como to his side as ho sat iu his corner. Me mysteriously took Johuny'i hand, carried it to his mouth, nnd with hit tongue deposited something In his frieud'i palm. Johiiny was tiothcrcd. Mo could not mako nut what the old fellow- - meant, nud bo gnu to think that the fight had ret htm queer. Johnny kept his hand closed nnd Jammed it into his coat pocket and kept it thero until he hnd a chance to step to ono sfdo and examine tho content. Cautiously withdrawing hit hand, ho slowly unloosed his fingers, nnd glancing downwnrd sideways, so that no one would observo 111 til, ho saw what it was. Tin mystery wns explained iu nn instant, nnd old Joo's clear head and forethought could not lx too highly commended, hi tho second round Kynn had swung n stinging right hnuiler on Joo's mouth, nnd there, resting In Jolinny'i hand, wero threo old teeth that had beeu knocked out, nnd Joo had carried them through two rounds until ho got a chanco tc get i id of them without displaying tho fact that Kyan had drawn first blood, Mo thus saved his friends that much of their money al any rate. "Johnny qulstly presented the tettli to nn other friend. Afterward, when they had tc send old Joe outside of the city to catch a train in older to keep him from lieiug in rested, Johnny remarked to tho battle scaricd veteran when they wero safely alioard: "'What was that you gavo me, Joel' " 'I don't know. What was itfsald floss. "'Why, that you gavo mo out of yoni mouth down in Virgininf "'Ob,' replied Joe, with n chuckle, 'them bloody old stulis. I'm glad tho joung feller knocked them out, fur they was ulwayi n-c- t.iUng adnntigeof the death of Mr. Beochet tj locate the lesidetice nud fix the persounllty tit thnt well known creation of hit sUter, Undo Tom That l.s simple moonshine, but there U something else, iu the same line, that they might well bo able lo do. Mix. Stowe't lUizn, escaping from a Boone county, Ky., farm, with two of her children, actually crohnsl the Ohio on flouting Ice, just Udow this city, anil took refuge in a houso in what is now known as ltat row. Thero sho cut the Uiroatof her prettiest child with n Jeco of iron hoop. Tho whole story N told in th first volume of Mr (iixdey's "American Conflict "Cincinnati Knqulrer. IU President' .Mull. Mr Hendley, nn exert stenographer, has chnrgo of tho immeaso mail addressed to tho president nf the United Stutc. Kvery letter addnwssl to Mr. Cleveland passes through his band. He sends thoso ill the handwriting of Mrs. Cleveland, Miss Cloveland, Mrs. Folsom, "Cousin" Ben, or "Best Man" llisell direct to tho prmldeut unopened. All others, no matter how addressed, cornotnlentH art as "private," "confidential," or "Hrsonnl," nro oiRMiod and read and Indexed. Chicago Herald. L'uflen for Tjpliohl IVier. Dr. GullloRseo of the French navy, In n paer on typhoid fever, says: "CofTeo has given us unliojied for satisfaction; nfter having dispensed it wo find, to our great surprise, that its action Is ns prompt ns it is decisive No sooner hnvo our patient taken a few tnblosjMTonfuls of it than their features relaxed, and they como to their sense. Tho next day tho improvement is such that we aro tempted to look tijton colfi-- ns i specific ngninst typhoid fever." Boston Herald. Could Prove n Lullaby. "Hut, your honor," said tho prisoner, "I nni not guilty of this crime. I havo three witnesses who will swear that nt tho hour when this man was robbed I wns nt home, in my own chamlier, taking enro of my Imby." "Yen, your honor," glibly added tho prisoner's counsel, "that is strictly true. Wo can rov n lullaby, your honor." Youth's Com-- I Anion o Tho honor of originating Arlwr day belongs to ex (lovernor J. Sterling Morton, of Nebraska. Tho first proclamation for tho observance of such a day was made nt his and it is said that 13,000,tKM trees wero planted on tho day thus designated. Chicago Times. Origin nl Arbor Hay. r Unmuv, onlonp, Mpamgus, cucumbers, new potntoeH hiiiI (jreen pe, lit S H. My-erStanford, Ky., v - April 22. 1887 B. O. WALTON. - UualnoHB MnnnBor. L. A N. LOCaUtTmE NorthBouth CARD. -- Msll trlu goto - Einress train" A .M rtoutti...... .. Horh Theatre li calculated on standard time. Bolar me Is alout 30 mlnutni taster K C. LOCAL TIME CARD, u. l'ilr. ,M 2 JO P. . ,iltx.u Trilui tul 7.13 a. Itowland at ItturntiitC, airlreat Gand l:M r, m. LOCAL lo m. NOTICEsT Heed at Penny A of all kinds Landhctii'h Garden McAliiter' A KUI.I. linn of Ghin? tickle at Veonj & M AliMfi'-t- . Lad ut I', t.n, A .McAlUtuiV. Ask your grocer for tho Clnclnniti Co.'m The lit redv mlxH pnlnta are lo be IU-kin- cracker and cakei. W ATOiira and Jewelry repaired on ahor notice and rirrKUtcd l7 l'enny A McAlia r. Htandahu ready tjiiicil paintf; ialitv and durability nimMnlteil at Mcl.iberta A BIsrkV. etock of jewelry, latoot A oomi'I.cte itylu. I luck ford walchr a ectalty. Fen-QA T McA.iT PERSONAL. Mils It T. HiMii in Clark countr. U vln'titii; relative J. II pAroN went gal buinH Tneolay. to Lbnon on le- Mil. and Mm 8. P. Stawi have lalttn rooms with Mr. Reuben William. Mn. Fiiank Dkckeut, of the Loui-vil- le (Ammcrttal, wai here yesterday. i back altera Mitw Annie pleasant klav i.f a few day in Danville Miw W K. Vaiinon, who went with her husband lo Him wM, returned yestern day. Mi-- i All ex. Union soldiers in this vicinity Flat CumbrUnJ to 6h for eerl d ir. are invited to attend a meeting at OJd o'clock, Dk. and Miw H. O. IIockkh have Fellows Hall, tjaturday, April 30th, at 2 r. Joseph Williams, moved to the properly on Lancaster street recently purnhied of Mr. Stage. A letteii from WaKeeney, cays that Tom Hill and hi little wite are boute-keepiin a ci.tr tittle cottii;e and Mrs the day ars long are a happy Lucy hai temporary p)ition in the land cfl'ne at $3 a day and ia almo-- t as proud of that a.) iid is of her lni.bind. chard, i oey. Oov. JaMeiO (Jivesh, of Liuinriile, wm in town yesterday, delvins among the old record in the clerk' oflice. Cot. W (5 WeL'H. Mtju King and (leorfc Citi.tjlir kfi jesttrJaj tot the mhiik Huuianan, of Crab Orthe qtiet of Mr. A. A. McKIn- M -- At the Shorthorn sale of Kstill A JOB F. WATERS. JOHW 1. DAVIS. The report that Dr. Pinny's bicycle sot frightened tbe other night as he was coming James nt Lexington, 10 head sold for ?!,- from Dinvillo and jumped with htm into 215. John W Wilmore, of the well known tho Hanging Fork, drowning rider and A hanihcimi: NKnortDient of Hwlns ridee, we aro glad to say, is untrue. It did banking house of Nol.and, Wilmore A Co. A received jmterdT. jump into a branch but the doctor's cloth Xtcholaaville, died Wednesday, aged 70, Doalora In CralK. ing was the principal suflerer, his wife be- years, 11 was the wealthiest man in the Wk have received n now line of brniils ing almost unable to reogniz3 him so mud- county, leaving an estate valued at $80,-00e, fordre'it trimuilnu; a nice line of buttonn dy were they. Mr. Ileiiben Wells, for many years sualso. Ownley A Cruii:. On examination of the damago done to perintendent ol machinery of the Louisthe Presbyterian church, it was found that ville A Nashville railroad, bns resigned his - - - - MissBrn'ADE Heazm'.y U ncelvinK now $100 would bj necessary to repair the position to accept a simllir one with lie millinery Rood daily. Cull and examine some work of the cyclone nnd that it never Rogers Locomotive Works, at Patterson, and you'll be bound to buy. A Big Stock of Brand Now Goods and "quick sales and small profits" is could be considered as safe as formerly. N J. At Richmond, Vi., the Gille.ro Mills Tiieiik was finite a bcavy frost .Monday It was thereupjn suggesteJ that as our motto. The natrongo of prompt paying customers, only, is day night and come ice, but thoie whohtve Providence bad given a pretty strong hint were sold under execution for $120,000. Very respectfully solicited. examined any that the fruit ib ntill aafe. that a new house ought to be built, that it TheOallego Company has bean in exis The'attention of the laaies especially is called to onr large lino of beautiful should be heeded and a meeting was call tence since 179S. The property embraces Glassware. We have a handi-om- e Wall Pai-eied for yesterday hfternoon to consider tbe a flour mill, n corn mill, a sumac mill, line of wall piper brown blank 8 cent, matter. Mr A. K. Djnny was called to store hoiiso and other rati estate to an es while blanka 10 cente. Otudey A Craig. the chair and Mr. Mack Huflman stated timated valuoof hull a million dollars. Danenhower, who commanded the Oun country friends should mske it a the probable cast of repairing, of re (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Paciflo Railway.) puinl lo attend the democratic convention modeling and re building, As between the Jeannette expedition to the North Pole, at thp Cmrl-II)iH- o to Xew to morrow at 1 o'clock. two 'alter propositions, he thought there committed uicide at the Annapolis Naval comwas about $1,000 diflerenca and that a new Academy Wednesday. He had (Juba, Wost. The While and Kclipse Hewing Machine building would bo woith many times that plaining of sleeplessness and mental worry can still be found ut Peter Hainton'rf. Those amount in diflerence of beauty and substan- since last Tuesday which was intensified by wishing to buy would do well t? see tially. With the material of t4e old the Constellation getting aground while go- CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. them. building that could lie ued a new one ing into Norfolk harbor, hi:ai) i;i'. iu:ai iown. TRAINS uourii. ritAlNdNOKl'll, The director of the Htanford Kolltr would cost 5 000 Tho question was then . No 3. No. J. Nu. 7. No 1. No. 4. No.l. No. 8. No.fi. .1KU AnVKHTIHKXK.-mMill Company held a meeting Tuesday and put as to whether it should be repaired and aTATIONi Dally. Dallr Dilly. Ex. gun Daily. Hally. Ei. Hun. Dally. Dally. Daily. made a call for the balance of the subscripnot a vote was for it. Then all in favor of tion to ilia stock piyable on and tfter a new building were r quested to stand and 7 55 a in I 03 p in 8 10 p m 7 S3 n in L're, ('Inclnnvl . 11 'tr 6 43 p m 107 25 a m 6I 26 a m 5 01 p m 4 v, p m Oejrgetowu 27 am, 10 02 am, 7 03 p m 10 52 p m 10 Si a m a iu, 2 01 p in a!l of the aO present stood save two. A Apri. 'J0:h. 15 p in 7 ' tlngtoti 10 22 a ml 7 33 p in 11 20p in 11 30 a in a m1 4 05 a m IKpu 3 5tpm C 27 a m f 30 am 101pm Nicholasrllle. 10 43 a mi 8 02 u in 11 41 pm U SI am subscription wan then asked and $1,000 TitKonly nnn convicted at the last term 3 1'2 33 pin Uarrodsburg Junction p si t J 47 a in 11 OS am 8 41pm Carpenter's Station ...1228 p m The tockholjfrsof although there were but 17 men Ilustonrllle Turnpike the DaiiTille 312pm f,332a ui rilaiii iMlnm Company will moot at J. It. It 20 am 8 S9 p m 12 J3 a in 12 17 p m ol our court, Green Cstc for malicious pledged, ( 8 02 n m 3 20 am 2 4B a iu li Oi Junction m (Irwn's Morn In HmtonTllIp, KUunlnr, April II 33 a ui J 10 p in 12 '3 a in 2 Up in A committee on plans for build1)0 41 a m .KInga Mountain 3 2fi p m otfirers, Ac. 30tli, 1887, for tho purpjviof cut in, wis taken lo the priiuentiarr yw pref n' soraprsat 2 27 am. 4 JO p m 12 5'Jpiu,.. M p in .......... D. 11. Call) I.TKlt, composed of Mack Huffman and Dr. 120am O&Oaui a 30 a in 7 30 a in 10 15 a m terday lo serve one year. (lskdala J. N. ing, 10 00 p in, C 05 a ia 3 S3 p m . 222 2t. County Attornor. (i ISpni,.. 8 25 ami Steele Htiiey, nnd another composed oi 7iupmi ...Liuiiinooi. Menefee touk him Mtliuut guard. '10 15 a m 1 30 a iu .. 5 10pm w yj a m ....uirminguim Mrs.S. B. Mcllaberts, Mrs. Geo. II. Bruce, 9 52 p m 9 11 p in SOS a ui;.. Eut.iw 6 in ni H1CINKM.Y II (HIS K, 12 ,10 a m ti 1') p iu, 7 40 pin,., 315a ml Nrtts otiiiM from CiaU Orcurd that Dr. Mrs. Mack Bruce, W. II Higgins, George ' m1 ., 10 10 pm 7 35 a in . .. 3 00 a . .New Orluns 8 04 p ui SOMEItSKT, KT Tph Htsphenson has lot hi mind and that D Wearen, P. M. McHo'jerts and A. H. ".jMeibiun". 12 55 am' 2 35 am 7" - lMIOPKIHTOK. he has been put tinder restraint to prevent Mcfiett, to solicit subscriptions. Another II. II. IIKIXKLCY, 7 30 a ra' 7 3) pin .....Vkksbur 0 45 p in 15 a ni tibrtTCort him injuring himself or others. It is said meeting will be held Saturday afternoon at 7 10p m .J ...T. 1 JuiKtlna 7 SO a in .... Thlf ItntM l new In prsrr ripeet snJ I fitted that he wandered ell" to the country and 3 o'clock, when the rommit'ee will report. up In excellent style. The tattle Mull always l3 . No. .Vrnving at Ca it ,uuji at 9.13. No. came near shooting a man who he imagined Everything considered, it seems to be out Buppllixl with the tlrllnrlut ol ttm ein an. I the leaTen 0 learsxOik'Uledtilyeicpi fun liy. ' 5 li at m., p. M. room i clean and comfortable. Liiaiuiroii ai.i wr. m., arriving ai iis nn li Kite 11.50 per day. had insulted him Mann Roudolr Uuflt Slnspln,; Cirs on all ihroiijh trains. of the question not to have a new building, JOHN C. CJAUI.T, (ien'l Maiugcr, II 'OET.BR VN, Oen'l Fit. A Pais. Agt., HTANPOltl) The new boot and shoe store just opened and we trust that tbe outsiders will assist It. CARROL!., Oe.'ii-'upt- . It X. RYAN, Asit Oeu'I Krt. A Pasi. by IVnninton ,A Johnson on Lancaster tbe brethren all they can in raining the Vi. W. WELL'S, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. BOOT AND SHOE STORE. General Offices, 8t Paul IlulUlng, West Fourth Street, Cine nnatl, Ohio. street is on a having received 'J3 fund. Lit everybody respond. a. 0ley WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. MAIN STREET, 0. ,i.i STANFORD. KY, i. Queen and Crescent Route. Orleans, South lo-e- Shortest iinl Quickest Line South East, Texas, Florida, Turnpike Election 0-- 1 a f - & . bom, measures sinr the opening Monilty They have already been forced to get another workman. Bourne Pennington is an ambitious Stanford boy and deserves to be pat-r.in'- HELIOIOUS. preach at Kings'.Mountain next Sunday morning and Klder J. O. Livingston will niht. at Walnut The union Sunday-schoo- l will be reorganized next Sunday at 3 WemikexpecUlty ol the manufai m.--e of fine llooti and Hhovs and guarantee our vurlt in orery e alreidy rraprct. Two Mat can employed and other will li engaged If npc-surneatly and at short nolko. Olvo ilrpnlrlng done us a call and wo will aerre tou right. K.V SIXflTO V A' JO VS'i.V. 222-lu- nNns.'w- i l.incastB' bl'i-e- t FURNITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. ttLkfe. PUBIiICBENTO. 22i-3- v. 4. I N expliiniug the principles and object of the organization. Smith Irwin, M. F. terian church and the Methodist church Hulet, G. H. McKinney, committee. undergoing repairs, leaves but two regular .Mb, W. N. 1'orry tells us that he has places of worship for the white people in superintended the putting up of 26 mills town. Kjv. A. S. MofJett will preach at the in his time and that of them all the Cjurt-hous- e at 11 o'clock Sunday and at LOCAL UiTTFTS. in the Htxufnrd Killer Mill i the tbe Christian church, which was courteous best and most improved He h taken all Fiiihii Fruit at A. C. AlfordV him, at 7.30 at night. The Presthe old machinery out and thinks that by ly offered byterian Sunday school will meet at the Krr. Nilnr.rllej b.fjro joil veil your June I tie will be able lo turn Hie steam on Court-hour- e at 9 30. wool. Two carthe finest mill in tbe'e part -- The Presbytery of Louisville baa conH 1 taliuou, lo day. S. load rf the new machinery haye already Fnrau, Nj ditionally placed itself on record as oppoc-c- d Myers. been received. to that clause of the "Confession of Wanted, wanted, wanted, 100.000 Ibj. of The Secretary of the Htate Pharmaceu- Faith," beginning "a man may not marry wool at the hitfhe'l cah price. X. T. Nun tical Association, Mr. W. I! Mclloberts, is any of bis wife's kin nearer in blood than nelley. notifying the members that the 10th annu- of his own, etc." This refers to tho d al meeting will occur nt the (hit House, A PENSION hi pen uranted to Mrs.Cfti deceased wife's sister question, thia J., widowof J.tmes 12 Carpenter, of Louisville, May lSih. He has jjst return The District Conference of the Metho ed from that city, where all the arrange- dist church will b held at the church here tbii county. ments for the reception and comfort of tbe instead of at Bright. It will occur May MAUiUAtiE licence was ifsutil yeterdty members were perfecttd. Numerous ques- 17th and ISih, by which time the repairs to KeinholJ Pecher and Mi Muiritba tions, including that of the liquor license, will be fully completed. But it must not Lelppert. will come before the body and the meeting be considered completed till that spire is An ele;nt line of underwear both for promise to be the most interesting in the improved, which ought to be done by all ladies an 1 Ren'.lemsu jint received. history of the association. means, ley A Craiij. Superintendent of Public In the race LAUD, STOCK AND CROP and (xiuitiu our ntoc'i of Rent' Insruction Profs II. K. Taybr and T. M. Seed Sweet Potatoes at T. K. Waltoa'd. fine shoe bifore purehainjc and you will Goodknight are tho favorites here. The for For genuine German millet seed go to HT6 Dionr, Oviley A Craiu'. mer marriMl a dntibter of Judge Nick Wearen h Menefee. The Stanford attorneys who are engaged Bandifer anil sister of II. G. Stndifer, of I will cfler for sale 6 vearling shortfor the defetfe of ynun Carpenter were in Djtnville, and J, P. Bandifer, of Lancaster, horn bulls on Mondav, county courl day. the Wwt Kid Wf!neday working up and would have re:eived the instructions of S. II Baughman. points in hi favor, though they found it an this county solidly, but for tbe entrance of J. W. Edbanks, of Bjwling Green, It is understood that the IhUer iu tau race. Bjth ure good men up hill bueincH '26 head of horses for $ 3 COO, but '.he fact that Prof Goojkuigbt married sold in Boton they nUl work the jdnaof inantty. an nvenge of $323. .. a daughter of Bqtiire J. 8. Murphy, a loadThe following are the dateaof the races The livtiof the IskI bar room in our ing firmer and citizni of this county, will ubtirb of Rowland expires within ten days caue a division of the vote to eay the least. in Kentucky: Lexington, April 30; Louisville, May 11; Latonia, May 23. and then wo hall have prohibition in ear A rArr.it prinlcJ at Bloomington, III, Buccaneer, probably the most celebra It will then bo the duty of every nett. Rood citii'n lo endeavor to prove the falsity has thh in regard to a former Stanford man: ted sire of race hordes in Europe, has been cf the lieckneyed expression, "Prohibition "Mr (ieorge Fields, of the firn department, shot at Virnna. He was 30 years old. me! with a vere accident, In the third Cattle are steady in Louisville at 2 to does not pruhibll." story smoke was so dense as lo scarcely al- JJ; bogs are weak at 1J to 5J; sheep ate IlAVlNfi ecureJ tho eryice of a fint low breathing, and Fields seeing a window quiet at 2J to 4 and lambs in demand nt 4 claas woranian I am now prepared to do all through the smoke attempted to reach it. to 8 cents, kind of work in the shoe business at short In doin so he fell through the open elova-t- or Ten shares of Bayle National Bank notice and at lower prices than ever. Lv He was picked up stock sold to Dr. Dave Logan at $177 50 to to tl e first fljor. dies' work a spjcial'y. Oiye me a ctll. All old and carried into a drug store, where Dr. $18S.75. One lot of extra nice work gmranUed to fit and of the best maKeck made an examination of bis injuries cattle were sold by Ben Bright, of Garrard, terial. A. T. Nunnelley. and found him badly bruised up but no to Gabe Lackey, of Lincoln, at $4.60. Tiierr i now but one solitary prisoner bonei broken. The extent of his internal f Advocate. in jail, Wallace Carpenter, charged with injuries can not be ascertained for several The stallions took the day at George the murder of his father, and he will be da; a. He walked homo from the drug town court and but little was done in cattle taken to Somerset pext Monday for trial. store, but since then has been scarcely able sales. A lot of fat ones brought A and Unless reenforcements arriye before then to move. some yearlings I to 4J. Broke mules sold we will be able to aay what we have not for Titr. popular and energetic general nt $100 and a number of good horses changa lone time, that Lincoln county has not freight agent of the K C,Mr, C.L.Brown, ed hands at $100 to $175. single prisoner in her jail. at Woodburn The sale of Short-horn- s was called into the office of Receiver H. K, ' Huntingtou Tuesday, and according to the Tuesday was tolerably well attended. Forliuckuer men Roinc to make "A he the cows and helfera brought Gsbt far the county?" we asked a leading ComtnonutaUfi who surprised him by saying ty two head of "fc?o at oi.ee: an average ol $242. The highest priced "Mr. Drown, I have kept an eye supporter of the old general yesterday: fir a I am concerned," he replied, "there on your proceedings of latn and have arriv- bull brought $1,000; and IS head averaged Lexington Gazette will be no cfT'rt to that oad. I should take ed at tho conclusion that I will bo compell- about $300. shorthorn sale O. 8. Johnson's At great pleasure in casting my rote or Buck ed to give you your time." That official, is a Rood man, n remembering the fata nf the peven conduc yesterday 35 head of Phyllis. Young MaryB, ner, but as Sjnator Harris brought an capable man and a clever man, and would tors rho were discharged recently, began Harringtons and Knightlys Twenty three head of make a mdt creditable governor, I think to shake in tbe knees and enquire what he erago of $110.59. by D. N. that hia nciytiborn should endorse his can- had done. "For one thing you have been the Hillsdale herd was sold nssigneo and brought an ayerage of imtructione and will conee keeping extremely, late hours," said Mr didacy by their Sun. 8ter quently make no fight againBt him." From Huntington, "and I wanted to give you R 8. Voach will sell this yeir about another source we learn that there will, your time and here it is," handing him a horsea from his however, bo a decided effort for Buckner, magnificent gold watch bearing bis mono $50,000 worth of young rabid supporters threatening to gram. Those who know what a practical farm near Louisville. They are one of his and all of the fin-oand three year-old- s CDine up with 500 men and carry things his joker Mr. Brown is can appreciate this nice trotting strains. Ho owns 2,000 acres of own way. This may be in keeping with turn of the tables on him, as well as feel for that gentleman! pronenees to shoot off his greatly gratified at the evidence of the high magnificent land there in three tracls, that esteem in which be is held by his superior oue of which, containing 750 acres, he paid ' half cocked, but we mouth dre ni; Knat for the purpose of organising a Grand Army Pot. The new department commander will be present aud deliver an ad a wealthy farmer of I will on Minlir, Mar :, 18S7, County Court Owen county, who died recently, bequeathday. rent to ilia highest lldilr, 43 acres of grass land, on the blue IVnnlnglon tarm tbe re- ed 30,000 to the Baptist 0phana Home, malnderof tho year 1887. lerinscaah for negotlS' or blenotm payahle in IK) days at tho Farmers Na of Louisville lonal Hank ofatanlord. VMHOS, The partial destruction of the Presbyti. 31. t li.t RecclTer. k5&Su TtllXH. II. X,. STEGEU - NU. 112 EART CUE3TNVT STREET, LOUISVILLE. - KENTUCKY, Formerly of Crab Orchard, offers her serrlces to the Uiliei as purchasing ajient Any ining iron) the smallest article to a wedding outfit will re- celToht-prompt and personal attention. A trial 220-lla solicited. .! TRUSTEE'S ov SALE VALUAIILE COAL AKS COUNTY. IN HARLAN Will alwnjH Iinye on linntl n liirec nutl select lluo of Furniture nml riuIertitker'H Good. My priccH will be tin low an Hiich KootlN mn be bout;lit In the oil it's. Give me a trial aud yon will be convinced that I Hell lower tliun the lowewt. much-discusse- By rlrtue ol a deed of trust rxtctited to mo as trustee ly tho (Jou'ard Coal Oil and Mining Company, tearing date the Jet day ol June, 187S, I will sell, on WEAREN fe MENEFEE, -- TIIVItSDAY, SIAYIOTII, 1SS7 At 12o'clcck ir , forcash,10 per cent, to I paid at time of sale uod the balance within thirty uaya thereafter, at the Norlolk Ileal Kstato Exchange, No. 47 Commerce street, Xorlolk, Virginia, to tho highest bidder at puhlk auction, all that certain TRACT OK LAND coaieyed by tho said deed, situated In Harlan county, in the .Slato of Kentucky, on the I'oor To k ol tho Cumberland Rlrer, latitude 37 degrees, longitude bt degrees, and bounded and ilncrlbel In said docd as tieglunlcg at three (inap'e, black nsk, and chestnut) trees standing on a spur on tha north s'dd of tho Ulg Illack Mountain, running thence njrth 1.2S') poles n to stake, thence north fil deg , east 1,021 poles to mUko.soiitn 1.U0 poles to a stake, tlwuce south COdfg.. w(st l.Wt poles tJtwo sugar trees, thenco north 230 Jlta totheplacoo! lcgtnnlug, contain ten thousand acres of laud, ami bellerod t j b.i full of coal ol tbe uioit Taluableipullty. and easily ac eesMMeto mining JOIl.XS. TVCHKR, Trustee. 2Jl-- t. d. Erlgh Bros. A Phelps Auctioneers. Always on hand aud ready ICM IPO JC.LIOU PflAl for delivery. (Hre me a UUHL. 0e ' fr trial. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys Boards, Koad NEWC03IB IXO'JEETj Phcetons, Spring Wagons, BuckEngines, Mills, Carts, Farming Implements, s, MT, VEENON, KY. Gram, Feed, Seeds, uoal, .Lumber, uoors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve Hotel Is still mainThis old and talnlng Its flue reputation Charge reasonable, hides is larger and more complete than ever beSpecial attentiuti to the tr.iTclIng public. fore, from the cheapest to the best. 31. . SEWvnJM, Vro't, Mt. Vernon, Ky. All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices t suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as JIS.G Notary Public. any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. (217 lui) T. L. SIIEI.TON, Rowland. sasn-Blind- u - 83-6- TVU. AYKCS. GIVKNS, ar AYRES& G1VENS, 311 Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fifth Street, LOUISVILLE, - (!W-ly.- KY. ) J. II. GISI:i:.V.Ak.. Hu.stauvllle, Ky. WBAllEN & MENEFEE. Rooms 3 and 5, Cromlo Block. OLIYBE IjO"W"SI m iv - i iirgTT' r rini "" Par-rish'- d V. IX. i $CG.05,-tWinche- TTirrla ,U" U man hill ' kflOW ee whit tO HOPCf. I officer?. $12S,000 Is still selling tho old reliable OLIVER, and also has an improvement tha. is dostined to make It much m ore popular than it has ever been, L22- -J ID Don't buy a punip until you seethe BUCKET ELEVATOR, andforcut-tinJEWEL1 and ECONOMIST boxes buy the SECTION CUTTER. THE P0HTHA1I HOUSE BARBER SHOP, RANGES, NEW ARIZONA COOK STOVES,. &c. JKr.SK J. lllOMI'MlS, I'llOrit. Also r general line of Hardware, Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement Flue.til Work dona In tho latent sly'e, with nea'nen ing, &c. ) W B. McRlNNEY. nd llPtcn. LadUs'aud thlidrtn's work ett,",nen1 Soffit - HIGGINS J22 .J IutI-'e- I g .lUUUSr WK1UINOKU. - ZT57 "2?-- ; rrwirnr ma ww... r.. W' lUinnm mii m fniWrn The White Elephant Was "What has become of the CURRENT COMMENT. No Co. eacred white The defeat of prohibition in Michigan means true temperance. It will lead to the adoption of a liquor tax law, and possibly local option. Tnia Ik the onlr practicable Commercial College of Kr.tlnlverslfy.Ki'.tsi1;-CinclnntU C)m road to liquor reform .. Tils Phaauiti anu Y1..A iiiiamaia ...I mv vura !; I. il tnerclal iiij. . u iiiii n...r.m .".mid. Dint is a democratic marplot of intense prejudices Ilia prophesies indicate his like and dislikes, nothing more. If Cleve land should be the democratic nominee w.:i. Dm a will either support the republican candidate or bring out an independent , he did in lhSl He ought not to n be quoted as democratic authority. AM) a JACKS, Commonwealth Will make the lesson of! Si; at my s'ab'es on I have the highest respect for Opd. Buck pike leading from Manlnrd to Uab (hi hard,the .1 mllee from the latter place ner )ercnallr, but be is too old He tend ltelglum wai bmiignt fr m Ohio at thinks it would be n nice thine to K to and la now He la NurioaM a Wulllul ilapple gray, heifyinaiie and tall, of g,. style Frankfort with Batty and the babr nnd and sclloti. atid lui i.r.nen blmsair a gwil breeder, Htrelch his legs under the amhopany of the "' MrH'lo,,h,,co",,',"l,"lPlMeKlnney, '" lUlllons A J.mes. K who " Governor's mansion It would he n nice hiro lili mils, sre referred to. Thejack, Mogul I, 9 ;uri old. Mark, with compliment, but Kentucky hasn't time for $H.t'lnnrt' wkite imse, nat e'rel by a Madlfin J, k I .lim't Cirpet cleaning, as ordinarily peif rmed, know the tto.lt. but know he Is a g.,. wuiejtck the cornplinien'. Gen. Backnp r is a sol is literally carpat-beati1, and does much ' ',,"ck '"", "reed 0xl ' dier; all M idem are military. -- fAl Berry. toward destrotingthe carpel. Tne proper Ilia, k Hawk la a ex.11 Lie. k, I II, If Ever? county in tt e Sute nhoitld see io way, if one is ri liatida high, will Uur , nu Ibia m.(i g, a lew in the country, is to get a last tprlng are my It that no druukird is elected to the Legisil. branch of a tree or a youngsapling as thick I'lieborte wlllttaod at lature thi year We had too many of this as the butt of an nxe handle cud which Itr $tH) In IiiMiron CiiU KlfliijHoIil port in the last Legislature for the good or initiates in a good numbjr of light, T.s.tsimnsK, the credit of the Blate. Give the drunkThe lai kt at .Ms. .. ...... - t iff , . (ill,,, .u. ... . ..,.. , ,1)1 Ii must be trimmed up and 'i. I Mare will.- ,,r ....... i . ,i ,i lasrs lliinir ards the cold shoulder, be they democrat' ""miii ii .11. . every twig, knot or roughness removed, lit atalid go.l twelse in. l l.i l. r telttia .11 or republicans. We want t ber, intelligent, . i ii i in i:it. which could en cb in the threads snd tear proprtf-'Mvr men only and this is the only In. fie carpet. O couree the llatter the upper Hiiro u l.ivtiiK Colt. kind voters should suppirt Muhlenberg (thy Lrliasio In I Ullut,) by Memhrlco ' Lie . put i the belter, a more of the whips will Hans i iininl'lel to yisre in I hived di.- - will ro hy Mrnibrlno Payiuisler, dsm thedam sit (.nliali Republican. (.rss tun liliid at 1 10 Hit ni tlri-- l tl antl his daughters are tue vrnitial attention relTeiny otnke.it the sitae time To clean a carpet reasonable rates, to ba paid lor b.fore the rem ri Cleveland works rather slowlv, but he hang datmoris lu the i U Int. My W I. li will mate it over a hue paced bo high that the ol I ..f 1 ol nines Nn rrsponslliiilty f.r aicllents or Krleseon It half tirnther te l.rle, 2' , ".,Jr ,'U works all the same. He has turned out lower '" ai the John Lloyd rartlng with nurra f irfelta the Iniuranee. at a four year old and sold to lluUiil IWiiuer at u... edge will clear the ground. Take MUX ST, iilCIIMOMI Ki. be ween th- - i4.,ror, ,. DaorJlle a,,.l STEELE CAHPEN TER. tha agetor!0 0i by J. 70,000 of the rascals to root for a livinif, lrrlUe old Pilot, tlreol Pilot, Jr., A the big whip in bath hands and strike a lit dam by IhKloc. ami replaced them with Dernoctafs and (Ulni Sill. t ) Pliut elre--l Ihed.unuf Jay Lye lloiioevllle ruriimi. at B. strong, quick blow. A cloud ol dust will 1 ti;MaIH i tt"' Nutwrt.l ; is', and It Mugwump', and the Democrats are not tlf from aura $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT in the Millet McWbiiboCtslvl airsal the whole spice struck, yet the For a good Table ; is',, Wut.liiiKl MmuItIiiu i'il',. Ilrlgnoll without hope that before the middle of the blow will not And clean and well furnished rooms, thli Ho'el ' r mir. i.rt- Appear to make very much hai nosuporli.r. '.':),, Plik'a Mambrlnu cnirr ,.i.vty,, tfay lieorr ,DJh;,,,wh (lot ample ruoiuialUctixl. y afternoon of mis Administration is reached impression on lla Mallli.ii f.iildeil 111 I l lur. Is h.li, it 1 i'J, MembdiHi Mar i Jieubrino riuit the catp't .ui-lThe enefs dsy osTUatfsJi by Meeriter I'luef lst.lnu Ir Virmnit Ir , .' ii". North ftar i 'J. y " HuhI.'' u ,' h"", M ' '' the government wi be denned o' erery of I dam by Inii riitmn. Jr , Is a toil I bl.rk In hamti high. ythiao, s .taut ly Uuunei t.tsj the branch have divided the force of the sv..?"; ',K,l1"' t and wclg"" 1. ferond dto,l.y Jw Lajle, I dam by Dnatutl'a T1kmdIi Ilt He tt horte tnal Republican except those who are protected blow among themselves and each one has tilmielf even If tie had no sdiree. Hat T.i,i..,tir .''' "f " a""' "" "d ti yle Hlnlre fiwnKrr (' def. J In X U list, by U. " by the civil eervice-refori- n "n the I l.ml llial ll due should Ullki him hI I., f"". hurabuggery ' dallah rtlot, dam by Mamlirlno MseUKr, i daui made a sharp, quick stroke like that of a by llimbrlno C'ulef a dam by Imp. NaKIeon, I one of the iiriodeil tlsllloos la Kiwilucky. latLouisville Times dels, dam by ruupest; Mwwonger Chief tired Msll.l tice tee will ,.u,' ."'"Utosi. A lady ran day fur him 1 In LONDON. KV. Agriculturist ndin ' "V ""'" Wa Whatever may be the result of the My i.lbl4, Mairel i li, (ltu2.31 and many l.u. abuws goJ truttlnt aelluo o'hots F.B.KILEV, Proprlotor. to tin lame on Iheturt As Anecdote ok Gen. Lee -- The other convention, it will bjnecessiry in order to Ahdallah I'l'it, by Alexstidir's Alxlallah; it am $t.V10 I.VSl'KK A MAKK IX FOAL. llandlna, b) Mstu'.rlm Chief' UTond dam pecure honoring succe's in August, that the story was related to the biographer by an Tliorouiclily ,.b ""' nl "" ' Parting with or nwf lag u i re out ot the '" 'rms Itomnntoil itml KoTur. 3lS.) by I'arker's Hriwri Pilot. Ahwill aUuii,D.liy 'Urr Jark. U ILIUM lll.K, at lies) Jltu a y.ar-olreodm looney due. nomination lur tf'l the offices be so obtuned ofhjer who had been present on the occa nUliod llironicliuiit. kanl rirst-t'li- i . I'll re dallah lllot lr.a i1 nger 1 nil l.te.k ha .Is high ab.t Will alio tutd reoo d i2S, Jtcas Chief .lrt Maud bat,slr Ly L,, , lu,u.l Ja., and out of as to secure the i er v and cordisl aid nf sion. "Gen. Lee was visiting a battery on anil roiiidiialile prlccH. Way mill iiIkIi! ', Jenne' t met by polllc t'orlcrw or IliN Alexander's AMallah, ly ltyailtk's lUmhle- - MY FIXU JACK, .McMLKOV, the friends ol all of t:ie (MntliiUles. The the lines below Richmond, and the soldiers, t:u uut: it tnntan.dam Katie larlln. Alexander's AIkUI-l- a popiilur Ilnnsp. sdT.r.rn 1U vallud drawn by their for lum, had g.lh claim of erery ap .' .1' te enticed t) the i nlnd ..ml.iulth Mull ill At (ill) ..u the al.re Thondsle .'V,, Major l:all in. Hi hluioie prvieli nliiitelltombii cindlilons asbrrider, He hst basing most respectful hearing, and before the ered near him in a group that attracted the le a tupsr!or He alto itri-.'.SO Aluioat. lleluont, IWJkiis, produced tome ol the Utt iiiuln In this and adMielby Chief, together with tbe dams .f Jerome joining convention should be ace r led that gener eniiuj's fire. Turning toward them he said, . counties and Is atro a gwl Jennet Jark. iwatie .Mi.ineion n a, uiu jaunjr iiiy Ilela '. hands high nearly tlai k with nualy ous treatment which is characteristic of in his q list manoer. 'Men, you had better i2A,.etc. ilnlt an J gencrv make up 1st r iu Mersenger Chief. Jr . will mike the pietent representative democracy. When decision gofurthtr to the retr. They are tiring up at my place I1, Lillet irwm lluitouillle ou the K. fi. I'OWKI.l., UradfsiidiTllle ptke.tt " 3't mills from HustoiiTille, on the Hust..oTiile is reached, it ehon'd ba followed not only here an 1 you are exposing yourself to un A Turnpike ioid, Lincoln lunly, Kj The Photographer, by prompt acquiescence on the part of the necessary danger ' The m u drew back, IiifsiiroH MiiiK I'oii. 810 TO INSUHE A LIVING COLT defeated and their friends, but it should in but Gen. Lee, as if unconsc ous of dinger llel. years eld. I baa Is high, a beautiful n,.. Money due when cult Is lislid or nitre parted lih Bu. maoe and ..II hojHiyLay, a vitea co operation on their part that is to himself, walked aero-- ) the yard, picked with. Maiei will W pastured at 12 ht uionlh, nalltavatl .. g.it. hut I will not e rttpomlMe f.r aetide-it7a 7 ""'"'"' iijir HtxrVfF. both immediate and pleasing. The can up some small object from the ground and mint i.y llul.hle s Ueoutaik, No. lli SlaedarJ Coder Itula ' A T.JIt ,V.-) ii ii. it Iiral dam. xm. you,U) ,, Vabb.,V,.B,.V?n will stand HllltonTllle vasi will b heated this summer. The re placed it upon the limb of a tres above his eeond dam by oung he Me.s.nger llirdJ dam ..yAuserlra. thm , '..,raylor'l Mill., . publicans are making prepsrutions for a head. It was afterward perceived that the mx My tJiaillmi, glie tnm a duuble ci.ia. nf tk . . j . Mntlo to . . " . . ji,- - .iu. a tl k. .....I I fight that has not hitherto been witnessed. object for which he had " "" """ ssn.ti.siamiiyj.inn Mlun,.v. ne hn li'e was the Iwat rseelrsaefhl.day,ajhdsisi by Uaiy Two ml let from tan astir, on the Hunforl pike at Much of their expectation is based upon an unflidged sparrow that had fallen from Will uuke the rresett ieson at .11. SMITH Will alw stand at lh,aam plae any ru r u if if s s v t ...ii. . r...... .i.i...i ... n.. wholly imaginary disseneioas in the demo- itsnet"-N"s- w York Son. l.oe 3. k .somerm .rti.'.t nib t W iirJiiii TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON cratic party, but which will be found colt, isiue londlilon jsaluse lie Is is aneiui.iWill you please give a receipt in your bibs bic mi Il taiids llch nd stile de-dreams conceived in desperation and born LAUNDRY, tlon dard has prosen himselfof mletidld l.r and a. Willi prlsi'tvenf return In H'.s or W lesuranre At 8IOt IiiKiirr ii t.lrlnn (oil a next issue to make a whitewash that will STANFORD The democracy of Ken of hallucinations li. ll.il fillJt.iXKy. Arthur Sims Is by t.eu Knoi. 114 he by by Arthur, stand the weather, and also what to color HBstnnTinio, Here, Ac. Ills dim was Ilelsaiirownji. k with .hit, points, a STANFORD. KY. tucky are icdiyisible and invincible when HsMirtioa I Kiel, ly Mamtirlno ( hlef. by Jlsuilrlno hsnd.blgh II,..,',,, "J with to make a deep nla'e coloi'.' A. Slake Mini Is a bay, IMJ hinds. Payms.ter. Ae Arthur Ojr prices fjr washing areas l.il ns-marching under the party flag to the music i, ftu ia u and h. ir King Phi, .shirts 10 mail blas right hind loot white, loaliJ m Is; XJ'sIi,'. .s umbel of lime, s'.raio and add a peck of to IScenU, (hilars per d'.r is cent-- , Culls ier do. aire.1 ly ,"'V'"'-'"'"- l He li a handisHuely flnlshfsl cult and ured te itay ,, I, Mmr.-a.Llof its conventional pledges. Let every 21 cents; Handkerchl fs i ,' to 5 cents. Mghl, a Hebiilieea batxlle.1 a little and promises well Jim Porte, rm. jack ha. pro.esl hl..,.l Jtoheir. rlhirtalOtojicente. Under oulrts 5 cents, Drawers give support to his favorite with salt dissolved in warm water, 3 pounds of S'cents; Neckties democrat haadsome lllsck hne bressler atralm j trralofbla ts.lt. la.t wari ,t Solid b s'a.llnn, tVw'e.! SIit Isth. 1MI. sired llecumblnra theMainbrino of the families, grouad rice put in boiling water and boil to (oa's 3"cloJI, Pauu cents- - Visls 1. to ii cente; Chlel Hawk arel stout might and main, but let him remember illi. :. cenli, tA?ka 3 to 'i by Alrdeei!, tire of Hait'e Wnnlwer 2 16'v deairible.tiisk heree. arel on bis lire's lldaand li a weaning time drouth! one nunrnl il . Isr. traces a thin paste, J pound powered Spanish cenlsj lira cent Towels S cenis per pltce or Jim Jiweli listen It)1, Mielec i!10', Hugo s. ; sis. it. i .tun ts, twice to Imp Mswseuger and Iskw on Ills dams that rivalries which are both primary and ilrenta per !23, Irish l.sd Kaie Nlaaletil, K whiting and a pound of clear glue dissolved oklrts j5 to doz. Ladle.' List IU Ureses 3c to II; MclsiughliD 2 atity Hot '.' '.' ' .. U.'J3 Walter . . Ide. 75 ceil t, (hemlte tu 50 nuts. Mr 241', inconclusive should be tempered with the Mares kept in auy taanner deelee.1, at ownei in warm water. Mix these well together allFamily washing done at Scents, which Includes tstar 2 ', Llda i ftS: Ir I'anla 2 ?T Mella risk. 7. A.K l.litX. but white shirt, skirts, counterpanes Hnd dress-i-etrictest justice, if not eavory of extravc anu other last cnes lie Is the grand lire Iji.ciuter hy lie whkh w II ., charged in en-- each and let the mixture stand for eeyeral days ;, Charley Thorne Terms. of M.U. .1 ', r.(Irwu r. i. Frankfort Capital. cenerousness. .ui..... Knt you wuru Rte'i. are 1'iiTereci uoous win i.e calleJ lloy - 7 ; (sisen (ilrl T' Mir Wall Jr. i : a i. ..i l'..n "o nsu iuui ot i barge (len Knox, 110, Standard Coder llule. I tbe sire ueiiTeni j .;,, Nutbraker year-old ""P iu ...k il.,,. nciicu iu neuiu ur I Kir auuFARISS iree WELLER. Proprietors. recsnd Luey Waiter 3i ,MX 1884 and 1888. ol Arthur Sltui, was brol by Daniel Heustls. Ilridg- & ThliCneiulllor will make trewann iV'i PDrtable furnice and when ued nut it on lie wai ny ermot.i my farm, l miles Imni Maefoid ua of s;, lit dam runa 11, by taiet'e tiiiuisrk, by (sirt, Vt ,and wsarualisltn In 1SS4. the republicans were the party in ai hot aa possible with psintere' or whitethe man j'V , Hero, 111, lit dam by Searcher, ion of Harney Hen Washington Dvumark, lire of King William II lie l.iwreue i it ry, lui llunsi'cn Maro ny tuna oir s nartes ion ot ford and Danville pike Denmirks ilrid N'lla power and that U always, of course, a great wash bru'bed Cjlur to tint by aJdint; spar jIJ in rot Itn jrd .' 11' j p'i'jiic trial st 1" yeati dam ol W, Kike i Hilly j j!.1 .atd theg-anadvantage, The democrats were untried, ingly of a dr pigment -- dent'ii: Ameri 2 21. AT $!.-- TO I.VSI'icr. .1 COLT. neurit - ? '(andio'd fr t" year-olAll Among the gel of (len Kn"i with reeordi In eicrpi llnly are ou' oi iuur. ul and the dolorous and panicy cries about Citl. ,., Dl.si .IPTt.iS AN brttslin,-- , wliitri shows tnat he lieiimark. .' ,Vor Iietter. ate ttiel.illowiug Ijdy Maud 3 in', Cam-sr-, f.,, prceluca speed untitled by Irotllng bli.l il',, i.V',, irmr Ham is Ionian it ;.!' lndrpeiidence I Kiwi Ulllieit Knui leeu hand! llUll, alls.k hor-b. OI..UI K Vermont what they would do if they "got in" affec ,,"' Tne twu wiiil. dam by American Clay, aire iiKirauvllle, t b hind .i,J i sun of a Boston newf '., 2.21",, Liups'ior Knni I n'. ted a great many thousand yoters who honlloy 2 2.V,,, Peairful i , Harry eunk Mggle llrlgga .'', I. 'la Clay ami the dams 2 iS, Knox paper man hsn heard too much profanity I1,, Usui hero eri SO, Slwwnger Knox 2 SO Ills sons, t ,1. I.I. ilam katledilmes, I.y (.Ill's Vermont 'nd iiy,; Amia-wJo- r otLxriutor estly feared that a democratic success would rt, lllue tloui ; T, tit , Alible Uothard worlh. Couin, Cromwell, Eclalre, Liflpator Will- Hlackswan by Helm'. .orkshPe by Jiup Y0,J" somewhere, not fiom his father, as the lathire, ard dam Utile Knlly, by iam, (ten Knox Jr.lleti. Llghllotit, (illhrctb, In the he a blow to the prosperity and credit of j' and alz u ore Isalau j TJ class slreol ter claims, but at all events he has heard it i;l?y"i L 'r Clrmmle Knox, Jules Jurgensen, Knnx Hoy, Iin Morris, C harlea, by Hlr Arehr, Amrrleati V ay the country. t Lluto, Whalelione Knnx, and Imp Iesl.tnan.Mhdam by (J veno . Ayt; Mjalery l'lill Mieildau, ',. Pos' Hoy, Packoletcib ,1am J and shows alarming facility in reproducing I Woo llunl Knnx lue sire.i tne loiinwing, wun lUigor Hanson i js'J btrauger i ii These fears have bejn blown to the wind , . ,...,, iinu iirniur, lay IU Jnldaiu li flravisntei Aberdeen bs- Iti.lyk's reeonls of 2 30 or letter Iron Age2.PJ',,Capltola it. Tne otherdsy his father reproved him A I rank Nellie Waiuio 1 Lwliy, xp.,! In .'.'' by the pruJent and conervative course of IlatiibUton an alio of Outer, . 17',, (orgc I i.g.J.i Fanny Ai V'.'i',, Walla' e 2 Hamhletsiuiati Is a One t,i . I.Ui linoier li.,Ae lur ea P. I for a breach of thi kind that had come to erim.nl Witts ' ,r, T h the democratic administration Kilty Mums f'2'tI'.Vr I am th i id ma e, Widow MeiKr-- , . j'l by lsithalri"'. Vlaud Muller i.''4 r, iIim paitmhl ears. "Who told yob''" ."'lV! '"?'" ""' "" "rl'r. .Ire l.llbrelh John H. lleal.l I eeley' A me u t Mr areof tue ilaiua ol Ilex-t- r 2 W Chub The country never was more widelr Ne tie . Ifcilwrt Mcllrssgsij 17' ,. Maid 1 21' j. ishadiw lit, lUiul, u mm B...le r . ,u .17',, the hopeful. "Well, a li t'e bird tier William H.iet. was , than nisr, nor the credit of the govl.v, liktcx Joe Hunker i '.',, Inn J tsoll (mr) vl'.i',, and i mi, iinur i i w ,,r UyijL'lTJ 2 lloiosty, soer, 2 K",'.te 211. SiHa uinio lu lilt . told ine." The boy stood and looked out l law llaKibleUtuian Hestr 3liia, picer, ernment higher Tae republican orator ul Koden'a I'rlos-aires! 111 n by ,p or better tr ttir eicipt nut of au of the window, Fcowling at soma ipirros tto land i.lMll.M.1, mi Ameiban Mr r who ehuul 1 next jear .repeat the prophecies te a.laMibyajj.riofMaH.l.ilno. Ains-,y j,M1 iu"". inu star alrel fie grsid dauis of 'Hag ecoldiLg and chutterinu' 'J of evil and danger io the cjuutry, which which were tluj I'kn j A', etc 'tone MESSENGER BREEZE ! f.'',S?. ,unu,i w""iiiii1k,b,i a the j,,,,,.. Uti dyk. IJ.mldsMui.i.n me gra ..le.l re g...( know," came as in inspiration, ' it was t ne IijiIU) D niusrk, lis Wseblngtoii were a large parv of the Blaine Block in Mil's Wtaiuil e miiiM ,, i... ke.1 hy tin ol King Wiiilsin of ihose d d epirrows." tnuriugfi lite I, dra nf the 1st dam lis (Vol-I.- r trade in 1SS4, would be hooted down with i I liorlaler ss.wiiw.il .lie of the dams uf j .sisiiMin, aoiiot .Mainlirlno dsm I isiu Maiul.r-ii.,, , . ... si.. tin Ad- liOJM. and of the llelle Full bnsther to Maud lleeeogw 2 li.', by Mescontemp. Men will rut vote next year Prolelne jt jw wnsil lias Tone- -- .' Xm trim,: Mv.r";;:"- -" mi kranddam- - I Ibwe Wilkes j le1, alimtiom j.jS. for a republican candidate they dislike or ka and Li vrence got to asy, with their Alxodt-vt- i I I.' Is a II i. Ac i.utg linise of Hue senger Chief, .Ire ul Maud .Mees.nir. i IA',, f.'ui tjli nl epe raice i li msiie at a tail lies iht. . .s, ilarvel i A. suspect out of dread of what may happen in ni'aaly little Slate Uoiyersity and female er lui 'latind lui l'l link-- , a trotter llreiil-e' case of democratic success. That silly buj academj 1st dan C,tis Htswa. tr at P.arl 2 so, also "ill oli-- l re lm In- pen. sesst'i I'liulbtll of Wichita has got the busine ls ." k:1,"7" i - ...n. llou ts alnl uf nut l,T lj.1, olui isfi pshIm nfilHieli iid runami iii'Mlsil hi butna firr of the dam ot Maud MaMtoger atttf', and.P.al Mi- - stamorcilists, . 4i, ii,'.'" "'"". N... " ... . ins ..Ol aboo will not frighten voters again. N and ha; got the enterprise, and she ir going ! on ilils 2J. (.Illi VermiwTu ,,,..,, ,,( . IttsMie-linOXTXT.33S 2 2.1 King Maria 2 h iu tlioBU i He sfiM sses ll.uil.iei i.un Y. Herald. La dlum j t)i to have the education, or bust a Hue. Let , LVt.iiuil Login g.su',alao , Mar ami Clay bates! un tun li irat ul pacing Scratches, Sciatica, Contracted t nVflle (leml-.- ta ..! 11 3n. dn KUtylttTtws.tkoilaM llaluh'etsiii.a ' lilse.l nil and IlKirullgl lilleel JS like. I R,u ! If a'tch a thing cjuld hi, I tbik the them fvo antiqnteJ villages io the Kiw Lnmbago, SpralnJi Mnsclc, pac rgatid ilimniiaii .' .1, prixIn'O'l the fa tiat reeor d lleiitrie.2.1 '4 U,i, i'4ll recordoft Mil'uli, Eruptions, Itcollete dresses are even a little more ih.eol-Ul- c river bittouH hold their peace. Strains, Wichita, Rhenmatistn, h,u , fcl liuru in be uur 'I, .Maii'l s .tie', llamlilelotilai s ( ..,' ,,"'".. "l t aii'l Aiueruan our IuimmI od piuiug unit tlmrougli i.17, by Atexmder'a AhlalUli, alrt of (ioMitutlh tiirkyll.iiileiuani II' Burns, Stitches, Hoof Ail, than they were before the advent of with her nine cjllues, her sorghum siiunr """"" damol Pull rhonip.oui .1.' blood, un"iiml the fastest gtldlng Jay , StitfJoints, llyidyk's Ham 'it Ionian, by Ahlallah airni.ls., ; 10, llambleiutilan and Clay prdllie) the tlilrd M.ild. dru stores, Scalds, Lsnl. Possibly the giddy girl and giddier fac or and her "G wide-opeBackache, Worms, lasieat horss, "i. .lulleii, j ll1,, Haiublelunlan, 3rd dam byUdJatket, sire of the dam i.l Anirilia i t'r nnd Mamliriiio oiib f piolueiol the married women are endeavoring ti make is the metrop3lisof Kansas and there is no Bites, Swinney, Calls, ll.iinblc- - Kettueky Wilkes lastest living sla linn, Puellis J.l.t', -- Wichita Eigle. Brnises, J SaddloQalli, "nolan Hid Am rUan Mar. limit on thuroiigti Sores, up for lost time, and having hidden their getting around it ' IiIimmI, produi d Clingstone . II, A' , At llaui-- , Files, Maud Mes.enger, lull lister to Mefitnter Kreei, end jr other, wliti reenrdi ot 2 Mor im., Bnnions, Spavin charms from the public gezi for six long ,ln. Will Walton and Fred Moon went duck Corns, Htm Clay, b.tsed ou .nlt,-- mil thor-- I Cracks. l, proditcisl ttin Ustf si yeaning, ; star-- I ha I a record when I years of 2.21H. at 3 yiari 2.2 i, .Hnd extremely dull weeks, they now desire hunting near Warsaw, Ind.. the other day. 4ywir-nlIsnly, HlmU at 0 years 2.20 and at 7 years old won tne jiwj old, .. yffr-old- , """niiw,iiiig , '" THIS COOD OLD STAND-Ba wt ' Uo-- e yearling reounl - si' Wll.i I Inner te display more of their anatomy than As they were walking through a matsh a Am.' K,,,?i,.aT.nJ 'X si?!5 nccompllsbea for everybody exactly what Is clnlmci. 17', ,i '.Treof old iti'ird Illinli ,mi v .' jeor old rsr rd I rec.tCleTe.at,d,Ohl,ln2ISS-2.1i'g- -2 ever Certain it is that corsagea hsve be- duck dsw over them and both raised '.heir ror It. Ono of tho reasons for tho prcat popularity of j IS' ; AlHtialiieta Ali-- ri run! j.lo H'rlno llruee. tlio.in. ol le VIJ- i8l, Sept. 0th, she beat the crack JonlJ.i", come as low and shoulder ulrapa as narrow guns to fire at it. At this instant Walton's tho Stuatang Liniment Is foundlnlts iinlvcienl ben .IkkI at 1V) AI tid.eti CU) ulumiiku the "ill a iilaik "w. "T Miermtii Morgan. Dam mif Itesl , "".' . nppllcnblllir. ETCrybody needs such n medlcln.. "'"" '"" ' ,,,r"' ''""" I happened to foot slipped and he staggered back just in as they possibly cin be. '""ru' ' Hawk I. ii,, The I.utnherninuneedsltlncasoof accident .. -. Mr. Crlt Datls will klTf (if a. tlf m.mrtxI 000, lo 2 H.', -- 2 1"' Klluin overhear one woman temark to another, "I time to recsive the full cherge of Moon's enVMir. 7i v .?, Tlio Iloitaeu Ho needs It for general family use. ai ..,;:..:. .?.,...""' ".''.:"" ?:''ami Is aire i this year throujh Hie firaod send horat-al' :""'" Tliot'nnnliTneediltforhbitcamsandhUmen always thought it waa DtrjHosible to wear gun in the head and neck. He was killed S15TO IXUICI. A .MAKK IN I'OAIi. Tho .llccliiiulu uceds It uhvayi on his urk ' sayahoexpettitolower hor meord to 2 10 a more dKolUle dress in summer than ii outright. lllatkllawkMiullr, bench. Money due when the lat-- i la terlnli el, the inaie (as she an.nem.lo lino lli ofllm In. betlor" ,,.aHK."l Is 2 30 or a lien Is reuln-i- or2.12 Messenger Ilrceie as promising it h, or l (ueaevilirre p.iricil winter, but many of thee girls can't possiTlio Ilurr needs It In case of emergency. A'ldrima A Sedalia, Mo., man, recently conver ed ou the (.nits until paid It. was at the same age. ( oiiinliusflbirkley'i), The Pionecrncedslt-cau'tgetalongwlthiT() i miumbus, J,re 0.' bly get theira any lower and wear anything i,M. u ims The I'lirincr needs It In his house, his stable, by the Salvation Army, entered a hard ware Mensengcr llrctxe Is a beautiful red buy, 16 hinds Conildence 2 28, Dam'a Measeng, , Mar, Blanlnrd, Ky. Old Cltimbui. 2 lljj, ro"v,rtl i.ac.., I at all above the waist." Oje quite pretty-younand his stuck) ard. ,,.i.. muscular and strong, store and asked the proprietor if he rememhigh, The Sleniuboat limn or tlio lluiitiiiiiu needs lady who is not unknown in Louis' bered what axes were eelling for iu 1872 It In liberal supply ntloat and ashore. and there does not exist of a spfedy conturmatlon ville society wore a dress so extremely lin Tim Home. (nuclei- - tioeds It I his lie.t ! "About 51, 1 guess," wa?the reply. "Well," a liner itliiien ol the on Kottueky soil as to call forth the remark that it was "well friend and safest reliance. ! trotting brt-s- hnnu and ooinlngaa ho docs Irota a neols It- -It ulll sio him The Mock-crnsv" New said the Salvationist, "I want to give you there were no small babies around g au or airt'ii letter leloimer.l i7n V dollar, then. In 1672 I stole an ax which thi'iisanda of dollars and a vsorld of trouble. V'ill in: I'JJD ron I producing family, Us lire. hlnUui'and his Rrand-- d bus la llhu foiiinUr '. C 0,,u,"1." , York letter in Louisville Truth. The Itullrnnd until needs It nnd will need it i tothoLisiwlat"; hn. ,()f ' 7 '.' was displayed in front of your store," iro.luccrsof aeed, ho Is Just the hloadto Kentucky. un all U'liig l"Og at hli Ilfu Is a round of nccldouUand dangers. was ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, VilOs v"huIu!xhoT, ' A Wisconsin farmer had a field of tea Tlio Uncles noilsminu needs It. Thcro Isuutlt horse to xui'tt a Jtln" lupnitoi) on kind ola Blntiljrd, Ky, It is predicted that tin "Star of Bethle It as an autltloto for the dangers fi life, acres of poor, worn out .'and, lie planted 1 Premium, his progeny. t S1.000.00 hem" will appear this year for the sixth Un hlch surroiiiid tlif plouci i. tiNF, V UUrr.U.V7 it Id black walnut, so many feot apart each 2 Promlums, his store nm mg S500.00 oach :$:J0 TO I.NhL'Ki: A MAUL l.V FOA!,. needs Tlu time since the birth of Corist. The star is his i)nn nn " i pluyevs. Acel'luuts will I idjh'Ii, and way. Tbe planting was done 23 years ago. 6 Premiums, (C 41 C v ' said to appair directly north of the North these come the Mustuni; I.lnlm-t- u lawntiteil atntu-e- . ii 25 Premiums, SI00.00 ii Money due whtn the Met la aiierbilmd, or nure List week his son, who fell heir to the poor Keep ii Unit 1' lu tilt- - II iiiiai.-- , 'fit the Star and to ba yisible in its dmlin;? light 100 Promlums, , S50.00 ii ' patted with or 'ued to another horw.. Will nuke aiA.VeuuD, ul old worn out land, gold the black walnut i" non S20.00 ii ' 200 Premiums, ' C'ti-ooof tlii-am ill sum of $27,000 cash in at noonday, It is a solar orb, many times .Ut Main Bitcri.v i..t ou'a.L ' Ilaltnnit Jlate trrea for the Kei'. ii Itottle li, tlieieason ol 1SI7 on Hie lorm : 610.00 .u.iiyeri Holed, ;iL' i hand. That walnut plnutint; paid at the the magnitude n' nir sun, whose orbit is .. iiioit-eu- f m uidti t Mi i i Jnd los uf m i,i i 1,000 Promlums, .1U:1 LISTKH, HOMUtT - ii IL.tH" , -r ..! the For full particulars nnd direction ton CIroii-Lu- yet unclculst?d by .taj s':oacu.'er. jute of cyer 1.0(1 ' prr te r. mile lioiti S, .id lord, About Ju I'vcry ioiiiid of Aihivckles' Corrsn. V Ml... can-didat- Cjv-icctn- elephan ?'' was Hsked Mr. Hutchinson, Bar j nura's zoologies expert 'He's in Bridgeport eating hie head oil." "And the Brahmins, who used to worship him to the tune of 'Climbing Up the Gol den Stair?' " "Gone to the land of Orestes, John." "Why leave this $100,000 worth idle?1' "He wasn't white. We were swindled. We had to stand it, but we couldn't make the public stand it. We advertised him as the sacred white elephant, but when the public came in and saw him with bia gray coat and pink face they derided him. We n took him home at the end of the first and left him there. Mr. Bunum is very sensitive to ridicule. He'd rather lose the whole thing than have any one deride hisslov. The man who bought the elept ant eiuiplr made a blunder, Nothing but pipe clay will mako a racred elephant really white and pipe clay rubs off very easily, North American. sea-eovery.-Philadel- phia ng t". e Bucklen'a Arnica Salre. ! Tbobestdislte In the world tor Cuu. llrulsct Bhoum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, Chapped Sores, 8alt stallion will make the season Hands, Chllblalni, Corns and allBkln Kruptiooi, of This trottlng-brc1887 at our stables lu MIl.cdgcTllle, Lincoln iiSand poiltlrely euro Piles, or no pay required. I, county at li guaranteed to give, perfect satisfaction, or money THE COMBINED hTALLION, refunded. Price U cenU per box. For ule by $15 to Insure a Oolt till Weaning Time, Penny A McAUiter. Or tltf SO to Insure a insroln foal; money due wnra meiari n icenaineu, or mare parieu wun Wonderful Cures. Lien retained on colts till money lipoid. WaterW. D. HoytA Co., wholesale and retail Drug loo Is 11 rears old. black. 17 hands hind, of snlcn- gists ot Rome, Oa., say "Wo hare been selling did style and action and as well bred as any horso He Is by Itlclielleu, bo Dr. King' New Dlicorery, Electric lilttcri and ItnUielicdby .Mambrlno Paymaster; by Mambrlno This lino, omLloed stalilon will mako the sea ho by Mamunlet, be ioaaiiuy sumo nejr, he by City, lu Lin- Bucklen's Arnica 81 tc for two yean. Have Dir- brlno; ho by Imp. Meisenger. Waterloo's lit dam wiiioicounty, on tbe Hhelliy City A Knob I lek a Helm mare, by Helm's York shirt., he by Harp- - coin er handled goods that toll as well, or gtre such mus; ne by be ly Imp. universal satisfaction. There hare been some ger. Zd damiiambletonlan; Cannon Whip' Mraoen- lied Mini, by he by wonderful cures effected by these medicine in this lllackburn's Whin: hobr Imp. Whin, hu bv Bal- 815.tho Season, or $20 to Insure. city. Sereralcaies of pronounced Consumption trsm, dam br Herod 3rd dam a thnrnunh.brnt mare, by Imp Dlomedx Hay Mesvnxer'a dam bavo been entirely cured by the use of a tew bot was out of a Messiuger mare, aim by Disrali-TloANnrKDIoaKK Second Jewel Is tles of Dr. King's New Dlseorery, taken In connec- Imp. Itocklngham. ltlchelleu Is tbe moat d a blood bay, with black mane and tall, IS bandi 3 trotting horso In Auerlra, and tho tion with Electric Bitters. We guaranteo them Inches high, with duo stylo and action. He Is S premiums and purxes than any horse Traraum mis spring, was sireti ny always. Bold by Penny A McAllster. liwls Cunning(I) In Kentucky. ham s Jewel, heby tbe famous old Washington April, I9J7. St. T. A- - .11. S. tlVSSEI.lt Denmatk. First dam, Minnie, by MoDonald's An Enterprising, Reliable House. Haleorn; terond dam by Wells' Ciusader; third dam by a eon of Dayy Crockett, fourth dam a Penny A McAllster can always bo relied upon THKFANtV a ADDI.K STALLION, saddle mare, prdlgrco unknown. Mr. not only to carry la stock the beat of everything II. C l'artlii'a (),! Minnie, ilnm ofH.ind Jewel, was a premium animal from a colt up to an agnl but to secure the Agency forsuch mare. Jewel hat In en shown SI times and n merit, and aro popular worn the slUk tie St i.nlr thrro pie, thereby sustaining the times. ways enterprising and oTer rellatle will also stand at the same stable, the fine ll.Tlng se- - foaldrd May I, IST9 Is a rich mahogony bir cured tho Agency for tho celebrated Dr. Klng'i ! 1RI 'Bi heavy mane and lair. Is strHly young Jack New Dlicorery for Consumption, will tell u,"7 " ,,otl,1Ra 0'" ul "V!'1 I' """J of; ll ou a I dler, fancy, ... guarantee. more uniform breeder positive It will surely cure any nnd Mdll-- ran not be found He Is hlgh-lastyle r it .fie Volt, He it t.nl every aflectlou ot tho Throat, I.ungj and Chest, on loth side totho thlnl ccnerilloa. m harked blaik, 14 H Imhra hluh slrrd by up by thorough brtds on both si iiukltii; htm CaMwell s hands lllsck Hawk, heHe w Velo.lirde, Young anatosnowourcooadence, we Inrlt youtocall by cry actlre and sprightly In cslt, In lorm nnd bo by llobertton s hampson, he by Imp Mamnd get a Trial Itottle Free. finish a pertect ni..l-- l. ( He was ilrrd by the li ible was Hit lllurk - by i. ldard's er llriiiuark, llri.iu.rk, moth dam dam rilaidby T Mlgall Maxtell anll(k, t t. a t.Mill.1 w I lie ly (Initio A Cromwell's IVnmark h .r the an lmpirleil Jack. Money .lue when tbe i"U ai Is hone Denmark, ho by IuuotlHl Hedfnrd r.itu lutlul nr nitre piirtiil with Lltn ulnlnJou all Ills III dam wai aired by Slr W.ilUre, he by colls till aeaton hsrues are ald. Uallare be by Mr Allwrt (tliorouuli Pasturage will be furnlthel at reasonable rale bti'.l) aeiiii d d.n i ! Tien llaby wM sick. e cure her CaatorU, Irvnlus ( lam i I lriniii liy Tranby, thorough-bred- l he bv the elvliralel I'arluiii H.m l.Mies urfelts the Iti.nr .11(1 v. When ahe was a Child, sho cried for CtorU, Maroii's Whip 3 dam a ulni nitre Mielby City, hy Will make the reesin ef ss7 at my firm. ', When ahe became Miss, ahe citing to CastorU, mllei Irum HustutiTlllr, near taix utra atalluii, w I be r rt.uiil i. serte nurea a Whoa sho ha.1 1 hlldreu, ahe gare them Castorla, .nd Mi SViisoii llli.."S ?51 (o d WATERLOO 2SS!szu Sr J"- - TSl. W am OjjjjjjjjjI .f SECOND JEWEL. m iii. n:"."""""' fashloii-ably-bre- .?fg' r. jJi'MK :aii..'Z,.rt'.vlt?;, BBLQ-ITJM- SsS Wallace 'J''0-"-'1 m Denmark ll BLACK HAWK, "' h- , Me.-i- m t- lra-1,.- ERICSSON, JR., r WILLIS HOUSE, hiie-talli- iu-e- .n J. WILLIS, Proprietor. MESSENGER CHIEF, -- JR k, l4j 1 1 iilf Wr rreviu-niend- imMs-Mln- wbip-Ameri- can ''. vij '" i.H-e.- 1 d gl . t . Illta.,r ' l4 JE. II. FOX, ii--h SLLVEHKING ai-- J a era-so- n Ianvillcs Frames .... l.it-rt- AtIOlo Ky, j tic n i. a ARTHUR SHYIS, ri-k- Order. JO ABDALLAH, I. .. . irv I STEVE WALKER. . Hi-- J$i "f.i e M..rt-wit- nt ABERDEEN CLAY' 1 lif.A? 1 .. a. s il' Vermont Hambletonian. il5-lm- .J li. , aeyen-year-ol- d , d 1 s , .. i ! :;;,, 1 pros-parou- EHw , I a - .r, r 1 l' .', -- ..., lini.e-.M,.,- ! VJ -,- I ioluj m i t., ii It -- .., I Mexican Mustang Liniment Screw-Stings- ui-- ', lr.(K ". ,,, V i ji)j Hraa-sI'- ir, n ir. .h:!.,iy,r&.,':,l.y7.,;::- -' 7i,-- Amer-IC.i- n Lye-fre- .. Vj' '" n ough-bloie- Y T I .- Z ..'" .ik r 'ZlTlcl '" ... ,, 1(1 a n '' d )l out g It-- $25,000.00 IN GOLD ' well-bre- will-kni- y l . n'ld'-omfor- Itnl-ittt- . - f I.JNTJM',. ' uiM .,.. 1 I IT sH TT PH