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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887042901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Stmt muun Mmtttm VOL. XVI. ct cSt? & W STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1887. I NO. 224. y OARRAHO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. an undignified titter, upon Oeorge'H anWALLACE CARPENTER, 8TANFOIID II. K. TA YLOIt, nouncement that 'J'3 were in view in the fa- Lancaster, Hit Trial (or the Assassination of his BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Of Loo an CodNTV, Is a CindfJato or the office open eptco between the Speaker' stand and oioupcrintendent of Public Initructloo, subjaet , ther Quietly Progressing at Somerset. Hiram Hall and Misa Luclnda Lamb, ,0 " Democratic State Convention. the members' desks, Huge receptacles they We mike a specialty ol the miDulacture of has . Bomeiwct, April 27. -- The trial of Wal. Frank Kelley and Miss Sallie Yaleo were Boots and Hoots and guarantee our work In every ruttltghcit Ttieidau unit JVrfnv are, not unlike miniature, brown bathing, lace Carpenter for the murder of his father. licensed to weJ Monday; nil residents of workmen are aires j j ,TM, 1Vrkj. reipect. Two n.st-cR-- IT jiso.aiVBita tubs sitting in expectant rows, as if deteremployed and other will h engaged If necesaary. Carpenter, Notary Public. Impairing done neatly and at short notice. Give CAWU. mined, that, whatever should befall repre- Adamlittle troublewas c tiled thia afiernoo n Garrard. tVJ IISU ANNUM, Veiy was had in getting Rev. S. C. Humphreys and family have ! & sentative orator? and representative wis- jury although 51 men were examined -- I taken rooms l at Captain E. W. Lillard's. ""iL und.ratoodlf wd'ertHllt thattJ.M will dom, no drop of representative saliva should regular panel and -- 7 other, Ii 10 k only Col. W. O. Bradley has returned from ant.demndrd. AT ever, on any consideration, be wasted, or about '2 hours. Tho Cjurl ordered tin jury Frankfurt 311 Fifth Street, . fall to the ground. to be at the court-housat 7.30 and at the Ctpt. Is lac Singleton had an attack of W. P. WALTON- - - ICY. MT. VERNON, KY. When we left last night the spittoons rpfointeii limo it awembled, wha the partlytts lat wrrk. biit is somewhat imrtoonnSand S, Cromle Block. (198.1 y.) had the tlor. I am not proud of Mtnas Commonwealth's Attorney made a state- proved now Judge U F. Pnerigo is con-- ti n Hotel li still mainThliold and seh ns a Hpilliit O. (0 his room by illness. ment of the cise. Mr. J. C. Huston taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, I psnt my CO'h birthdiy verv happily wat the first witnws examined and Ieti6ed - The Tnkerley trial was again post-Special attention to the traveling public with the children, in their roam, rending, that he went lo the houe on hearing thai V. SEWVOJItl, Pro'r, 11 '1 Tut"dav, id witnesei appearing or I..iNCASTj:it, I(Y. GOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. Mt. Vernon, Ey. writing and chatting, as wc Mt inclined. Mr. Cirpanter had been shot and found that Hgiiust the accused. It looks aa if there ia CAPITAL - - - $U15,O0OOO May I loyinglyak all who re id these lines he was dead. Tni wni ttboul all he knew nothing in the after all. I It A. 1 MIS ITHIS In send up one tender prayer to the dear about it. J. M.Ciok was present at the Tho third licence lo expire under the TMi Bank solicits accounts of Indhldusls. firms that this 7th decade in my extmination of the wounds by Dr, Ilrown loctl option law was that of John P. Spratt, Jacic-on- , Mm, April 'J3, 1!S7 and corporations. Its facilities lor making colI will on Monday, Mar j, lss;, County Court night -- We hvl sort of Mini earllily exlu'ence may be a ''Sibbath-keep-ing,- " and testified that they weiemtde by bullets who closed his aaluon Wednesday Dbak Intekiok day, rent to the highest bidder, Vi acres of grata lections, in all parts of the United States, are full of holy combine I with full- fired from a shot-guand cutomcra are at .all times granted Ojly one saloon is left now, and that will land, on the Steve Pennington Itrm for the recyclone yesterdny, to celebrate uT mainder of tho year 183T. Termscaahor negotia- any reasonable accommodatloLs they see proper George ll'own'a testimony was about as close in August. birthday iml hnni true lln words o' est activity of spirit, siul mid body iu do ble notns payable In I") days at the Farmers to aak. Wo teg to offer our services to the citiBank of Manlord. Kev. Jo'epb Frank, of Flemingiburg, weather-wisdothat fell from nn old farm ing the Master's work; in ''finishing my given at the coroner's imjuest; about the zens ol neighboring counties, without Banking a. ji. There wa ourse with joy, and the ministry He has horse being wet, dog barking, inud on Wal arrived Monday and delivered hit first sert IleceUer. facilities, and asturetbem that any business sent cr a week ituo at the pjstolire us shall at all times haTe prompt and faltbti.l at(julle a promise of "in tint day, for which committed lo me." Urethrcn, sisters, pray lace's shoe, etc. lie further elated that mon at the Christian church Monday eventention, the boy had niked him to keep tjuiet abjut ing. He and Eld, Yancey will conduct the everybody was loneine, hut 'he 0,'l fel,ow for DIItjECUTOltfeS: The dear Koclusk.o people hive so ur the threats he made against his father, as Le meeting for two or three week at least. shook hi hud ami oracularly remarked: Mr. C D Peacock, our popular deputy ruin to do any gently entreated us to give them a few days was only in fun. At the conclusion of his b NO. 112 EASTCHESTNIT 3TREF.T. "Thum nlii'i i tin' to J. M. HIGOINBOTHAM, postmaster, bought of John W. Poor the mind in: re, that wi have again bored the Illinois testimony the court adjourned till LEWIS V. LEAVELL, JOEL J. WALK EH, Koodfore the uion change', no LOUISVILLE, - - KENTUCKY, J. S. JOHNEON, ' stock of drug form rly belonging to Ison, J. W. LOTAN, what I ay " Htire enough the moonchapK Central in aking for an extension of our row T. M. ARNOLD, Formerly of Crab Orchard, offers her tcrTlcea to L. F. HUBBLE, cd just nbotit the time whn there win n special ticket, in order to have a stop Aran. - At H o'clock the cise began at llryantsville, and went thither Wednes tho ladloias purchailng agent Any ihlog from JOS.SIMPaON, B. O.MULLINS. that weather ovsr at K. for three days. ' If the I.OJU) aid Mr. George Brown wat called to finish , day to take chsrg of and cjntinue the bus-h- is the emalleat article to a outfit will re sin til delude, to clelMt celveher prompt and personal attention. A trial Vre leave Jackson Monday the 'i'llt; testimony. There wat nothing new, inets at the old siauil breeding event " There mul bi eouiethine will," 220-lla solicited. halt at K. till the 1M h and reach Tupelo except that the Commonwealth produced a About 11 o'clock Monday nwht the in the ro n," I hire heard .0 often that I M. IHGOINBOTUAM.PHEST. the 30.li, Siturday, beginning that night. LOUIS SCIILEUEL, letli r which Wallace Carpenter had written drug store of E W. Lill.ird wa discovered am half dMpwel I ) credit It. Ha that m It LEWIS V. LEAVELL, We are so thankful the good LOHU sent loT. L Carpenter aking him to go on his to be on fire and it mo, Hired a hard fijht to J. P. SANDlFEn, CASHIEIt, may, yesterday afifrnooo, after a particuJackssn, phlemilic and uocon-crrne- b nil for $100. saying that he wished it in extinguish the tlimes. The Jos to stock B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. ,,aT. ,l"r cu18 '"' oul 11 here larly K T. as it I. generally, on religion sub making preparations to marry. and building is estimate 1 at $200, on which ol the wet aricSoiJflooklni.KreenWi black RICIIMOSI), KEXTl'CKY. MACK BKUCE'd D.S. Carpenter was then examined, but there was ample insurance. cloud, of a ilrcldeJlf cyclonic character, j'Ct. has been stirred in a way that will Mie Hila Wood, of 0 lio, who is visit- Photographs in all styles and sizos. the prcurior '. "no small tern not readily be forgotten, and received truths knew little beyond the character of the wbldh wis Not that will neyer die out again Fur which prisoner. Mrs George Crown is being ex- ing Mi Miry Fither. at Danville, was in Pictures in Crayon and fiUggy & lmplemeiflt HOUSS. pest "first cf ind and then of rain the guett of Mrs W. tho oak tree we fervently praise tho LOKD Ever in amined as I close this at 12 o'clock. There Lincatter Wedn-Jtmuch damage was done, but Qrx), (). Haiine? Miss Wood was accompanied G. Dunlap New designs In. Frames anl Mats at very low is no excitement here and the trial i protowed their jrreen branches very frantically Jesus, (201-y. things Prices. by Dr. Djnhp, of Dinvilla. Mr J S. BaI have now gressing i'i!etly. E. C W. for about half an hour, and Ioc kINGS MOUHTAIh, LINCOLN COUNTY. tjenerally f irmerly of this plica, his obtained a lu li, had to look out for themstlves A Full Lino of Wheat Drills and DEATHS. Toe writer would like to know of DR. W. B. PENNY, crative position near L'tlle Hick, Ark Then ciaie a naular downpour, that I haye othor Agricultural Implomonts, DENTIST, whom he cm procure a young Jersey milk Diel, on the morning of the 'Join, Mrs. Mr K, K Higioi wen' to Crab Orchard no doubt, ciife-- the old farmer, wherever Stnxii'ortt, - - laTcnttiolcy oow, cheap Besides a K)berl Underwood, aged GO years. She Tnuraday, wherj he will likely reside in he ffas, when the r tin came, to shake his The severe frosts on Siturday and Sun. leaves eight children t) mourn her loss and the future. say, "What head and otd wether-beteTall Line ot Buggies and Wagons day mornings, it is feared, will eemu'ty af one has only to know them to know how Tne sta'ement that this will probably did I tell you' I knowed Iktr wouldn't bj Always on had. In connection with my Im-- I feet the fruit cropt, especially Deiche, well her life work has been done. Her fu- be the Ut b'ter s.-froai Limaster by r.iin till the uioon c'jinjtd: ' ,plcment buslneis, I will alio carry a lHBSaVvfrrjVfr' t old p'uin. etc of the iNTEMOn neral was preached at the house Wednes- the pieseot cirreipon-'.enThe torrent ol "tier searched our Complete Stock or Lumber, II. 8. Jones, of Hutonville, w is in our day and interment in the Lancaster ceme- Jovsnal, will b haiiJ with delight by verr unciwfortablv hell of n house In vicinity prospecting, in view of purchasing tery. She had bjen a resident ol this coun- thennnj reader of that popular ptpir, but Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as faiion Tne irl- -' room wai rl iodeJ by a we can't help It. It will bj qiite easy for mine dripped over or trading for a farm He has in view one ty fjr 12 years. hursled giitler-ipou- i; Low ns any one. of the best tracts in our county. The Lebanon Standaid ears of John the editor to procure another correspondent Offlco on Lancaster street, next door to head from Iooe shinnies and I believe olh office. Office hours from 8 to l'i a. I I solicit a ihare of your patronage, Respectfully, Mr. L vinglou, of Crab it .Severance, who died of dropsy Monday: who excels u in gathering and recording 1 to 6 r. u. Anesthetics administered wbao ere sutlered similar discomfort. Hut ho mtkinga favorable impretslon wilh our He was born at Crab Orehard, September news items, but if he start out on a hunt aa.and .) I. JI. MIItVCE. nocosaary. we'.coaio wat the raio, even in this devil's people and the ladiea espec I could church-goin- g will soon be 2.1 1S31 In December, 1S57, ho married for a poorer one his gray hairt (ith.un, that we tfltdly ea lureJ it. ially like him on account of his prohibition Miss Mary A. Manuel, of Lincoln county, brought down in sorrow to the grave. To not helpcnrasttm: the jfentle shower, last Cur town wa free from who survives him. He reeided for a lime the readers of the Lane later column, we propen'ltie. -written abjtii, wilh thi daslilns ilownpmr 3XTDE37VHtbbatb and during his at Somerset, whence he removed to Leba- - humbly agolojiza for all the torment we Yet thUdiscouifittios torrent wa the old drunkenness Itst some u'ood." meetings, Sjmereet and during the' have caused, asuriog then that it was 18VJ non in At farmer's preJIcted "rain to do Ojr school, under the superviion of years of hia residence here he was in ly the ntuli of inxpjrieme nnd igno-t- he Hid the dear I)KD seat it in His way, I Mr, Ntnnie Lambert, a verr excellent hotel business. In lhGfl he was elected ranee. am sare it wnull not have come In this In the teacher, is progreing finely and ahe has a clerk of the Marion county court, and by . wakeful fsahior; for half of it ran ctl good patronage, but could take in more successive he held the office up t PEARSON & CLARK, ureal Knhei It cat fjr Uelf. with it imp .doinjnoi.ox'.butoiily marring pup Is, and thinks of enlarging the number to the time of his death. His long tenure t eatcurr.n for cheap of this important oflice sufuciently attests the landape. Yet "out of the oater there and making arrangements still comes mea'; out of the stroii; sweet-nesi.- " b:arJ and acommodations for pupils from Ihe fact that ho was a favorite of the peoLEXINGTON, KY. And our God extract eomething a uiiaoce, woo wouiu iiKe 10 auenii nr ple, and it ia scircely goinK too far to say K3jJ even froai the for.ni of bIiloi most excellent school in ouruiet and hetllhful that he was the most popular man in MaHtreut. & 11 Went rion county. His abilities as a clerk were of marreJbrBitau's malice. Hit sure 1 am village. Aaijng other thiogt ws did we have a a high order. His memory was ao tenathat of thia, thatthue h nst a b!eisin from aboe" that the "Prince great demand in our town for houses to cious that he was generally able to Rhe Bbw IMr.I.S.llUItI)ETT, "come down rem, which is far greater lhan the supply. any desired information relating to the of the power of the air" doei not try to in While lumber and labor are so cheap we business uf his oflice without consulting OCULIST, tercepl or filuiK that, deliver it, a near hie malice can ihink that ctpltiliats ould not make better the records a He was always polite and BRODHEAD, KY. the character of a cure tranafortu it. Thus the old "contlict of the investments than building 25 to 30 cottages obliging, and made friends of almost all Has had nn experience ol over fifteen years, and a;e." 20 on, Hr.d will, ttll our Jeauncome in and near town. Houtea that cost not ex- who had any business relations wilh him. Im successfully treated huudrela of cca Speceeding $M) rent here for f IS per annum. At the samotime he had decided convic- cial attrnlloj ia given to the treatment of all disia triumph to "bruise our enemy under our eases of the eye. Name and addreu ot patients Common building costing $150 rent for tions and was prompt to take a stand upon cured itlrrn nn application Kde'lrcd. " fet any question that arose for his decision. Vedonnel,olonM"nJ "mickinlifh $00 per annum. loahily and not Inapa the EoRlbih TwoTm-reoc" Death. There are many At the meeting of the bar and officers of propriately call our rubber, and water pe x)ns haunted wilh the fear of being bur- Marlon county the following resolutions prooff to cello Ihe Ctpitol when ihe hour ied alive, and many believe that such were adopted, with a request that we pub for nervice arrived. It was raining, but not things do nclually happen. A celebrated llh them. heavily Trt room wna brilliantly lightsd, higll'ti .M I), gtvet the following lest: fit.oli( I, That in the death of John Sav only one uentlemvi, in lonit Have the room in which the bat m corpe lies erance the cemmunity has sustained the had ventured out. I'.le you1 prfe:tlv dirk, have a bright light brought loss of a kind nnd generous friend, an esrubber coat, and Jick-o- n pep'e don'l ro out lo meeting on and taking the hand of the corpse hold it teemed ciliztn and a rilnv niRhte. I m told that an attendance near Ihe light and look through it. If the faithful public servant, and hij family en mtrtcl, even with hand has the least pink look, like blood, aflectiouale husband and father. night after night l '2 Tnat we hereby tender to the family weather. And I have noticed, with there ia surely lif, but if the hand has the perfect out allildioifto;U publicly, or reproving look of clar or n grayish look, timl you can- of the deceased our sympathy and condo' It, bow ton chahnll.i omo cf our Cipital not see through it, death has taken place lence in their bereavement. houre; peem Another tie', is to inject a drjp of ammonia !i That in his service of over 20 years :i folk'comealrollingin.atitll ing not il H emharah'ed in arrivioic half beneath the skin; if detlh hai taken place clerk of the Marion county court we recog-n.r- s hUJl .I commenced; but it will the labjrs of a public official always 11 an Inur afier tervice hii hive m ethct, bit if there is life a ' rather a.ilonihed that there nhoulJ have small red spot will apputr at tho plao of obliging and generoti. The Masons alsj adopted resolutions been any beginning at alt before they cme. injection. S.irelf thee tett are worth re a "Cipital" meuibering. highly eulogistic of his life, public services n I havo noticed thia ai rather Atlanta Constitution. I suppue here, and in oth and li Jelity to the order. characteristic. i What a strange infatuation a feminine necari T&Hk er governmental centre, there . B1EIUJIIANT TAILOR, Mt. Visrkon. -- John Proctor, subject to 3?-w of poeitirn ank't- - lit 07er in.uitcind in general. I y a certain amount of conceit fits, fell down the big fill, near town, a disconveniently have Know , a very buty financier to follow that one mut expect, and tance of 200 feet, and received terrible in- I hare received and still receiving crops out. Well, Jackeon an orJintry lo.ikin.' and ehtbbily dreised overlook when it nanus anil ami) woman a number of block, out of the way mries about the bead, exception to the genoral rule, it not an to the , and now- - J. T. Clark's remains were removed be p'ace, and mont agree ible, in orJer to cttch a mw you see-itM I lot recently purchased by the family, Wedmoat pari. you-doglimpie at three or four inches of ni are Ita people, for the Coniprltln; tbe beat In the market, which will be nesday. Fiahie is here. Tom Francisco is Drslers In that the exposed striped hosiery, and any lady can very c f 8odo not Imagine for a monnnt low with measles and four others Ootton Up in Stylo and Mako Bocond to Kono in City or Country material ze beaure of attracting the universal attenfailure of tn congregation to down with It. -- Furniture factory n . inter-ei- t. of the male ex if she will only raise the family m tion J failing Glre Me a Trial. at the rroper time Is a sign of of bed steads last week ' VjrUUUriUb, XlttrUWcirtJ, UlUbb her skirts a few inches above the proper shipped three car The fact I. no one dreamed there Derrick at jail building fell and came ware, Queensware, Etc. woilld bi any nisetin on such a night, fjr I level whin crowing over a muddy street. near crushing a couple of workmen. J V, (Louisville Truth. deeply Interested sil.rsdale Hulldlbg, am sure there weres:oreiof Mullins has returned from Cincinnati, who, if they had known the evangvillage was recently incorporated In whither he went to superintend the conpjople, A ST.. bravNorthern Wisconsin by the name of Glen-woo- struction of his patent jail window. elic were at the Capitol, would haye Con The look of In the charter a proviso ia made for densed from letter, which cams too late. ed any weather to meet them. Prompt paying customer are resurprise on the facea of those I the insertion in all deed of sale that the El-Innocent spectfully invited to come to this morning, when they learned that sale of any kind of ardent spirits on any lot nut Omaha Girl "Your family are Unitarisee us early and often. lighted and we had in the village shall forfeit the property to the houw had bsen a:i2 ans, aro they not?'' attendance, told me ''how the Und the original owner. bein in rer-t- i l'ymoramtt4 were, but ma and Nw York G!rl-"- Ve ,thf i, rtmjjj nunto Lif ltoofr)tr Cur. la Mr. Ikeletein -- Hun um der doctor, ker I have j lined the Episcopalians. We like X JL at words with Anl (,lfu ' I ti a 11ATS.,I We exchanged a few pleasant VO rnt4 not ul Me,oluB toll eonili-- 1: long mackintosh and came vick, Solomcn; deb ipy ish awallnwt a si (hair forms better." in.lin i.tty ca.t ctiut smtun. our friend in the hiitt n k4Ukf.vtl.n. Mr. I. Vos it dot one I lefd "The foruu?" Ura.nlb7th1 i.nm..Mln. AiMtrle ruber wittily re- - vertollat! Alf.lt X LliL, lIrasiChez!:a!C. We on de dable? Mrs. I. -- Yea, dot vos i; bur 'Yes, you are up and down so much II j 1.. N. Y. rasrked, "the ctwpHor hd the tloor." CinclnniU.S until ry mlt der doctor. Mr. I. Doa't git ox your dress doesn't get crumpled you Know." S.-FI- NE GOODS had not pur lieu atly noticea mem, -- O i.tha World. I D fRtb" cited, Kijeljit vas gounderffit.-fLif- o. ri. a.oo. the "iiht be'ore, when r ' ' 1 u,,c,1UiSK!rUMox Ji XEWCOMB HOTET-83-fi-ui AYRES GIVENS, ATTORNEYS LAW. e IOXJISVIJIE, GEORGE BARNES JL.tltl. it-- p J. ce All-Fath- er, 1UBMC BENTIXO. ia nsox, , re-i- 22i-C- u' MRS. II. Jj. SVGEIS or- U- ', PHOTOGRAPHER, nganfc y, ' l I n j Ism-riobJourx- I 112-l- J on-ea- rly SPRING CLOTHING. Wholesale Grocers ia 2C1-6- Imill tfjB' Considering the quality of our cloth ing and the prices affixed we think this department is in better condition for the purchaser than ever before. We claim the CLOTHING & SHOE TRADE 220-G- -- r long-honore- vjB InJiir1 m 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. wiiis & lis, New Goods for Spring tt :l& H. C. RXJPLEY, and Summer Ii. O. RUPLEY. MAIN STANFORD. WALSH, THE TAILOR, Fornin avenue, !?" 1 LOUISVILLE, P. 11. sl EXCLUSIVELY. ? ""3s23srrrjt-.rarw!3s-v- ' ""i'"" -- " VSXlw!' -.- Mmn7i7rti&Z?(tavu'mrmimlnhmmtbsM """ :mtvu d HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTf. Annie Saulmeler, a young widow of Cincinnati, is under arrest, charged with G. W. Rran left for Virginia today. After uiIoe IheBmol llall two uioutlu wrlloa at follows. the murder of her illegitimate offspring, Mrs. Woods, P. M., has returned from the Vkllmllk, Aik., Jan. 17, 1SS7. whose dead body she tried to burn in a city. CainoLK-auoKBall CouraNV I have tsted your mot-I- t April Stanford, Ky., Ino and can truthfully uy Hits. I havo practiced medicine stove. She accuses her cousin with the paA large number of witnesses in the ternity of the child. Carpenter trial left for Somerset Wednes- for thirty yean, and your I'jrbollc Hmoko Hall relieves Catarrh, Aithma, Neuralgia, Croup an,l Hronclittls more readily The monument to John C Calhoun, day morning. W. P. WALTON. than any preparation; and I will iay further, that no pby il- ft, I J tJM erected by the ladles of South Carolina, J.B.Green has everything ready to cua win or cn rrepa.-- o a remedy trial will give relief as soon W'A tv was unveiled at Charleston Tuesday. The receive all the wool offered. He proposes ai the CarbolleSmokc llall for the dlscsva natuej In your circular, w. M. NOK, M. D. day was a memorable one in the history of to pay promptly the top of the market. IonaviLLK, Feb, si. the Palmetto State, the feature of the cereOivens A Hunn are busy shearing their CaRDoncSnokBlULLCouPAjiv-Centlemc- ni Ihavobeeu monies being Secretary Lamar's masterly little flock of 000 or S00 sheep and hoping nullcrerfroiu Catarrh far olbt yean, ths symptoms S were a Hanson Boiunci, the armles profwsor- - and DEMOCRATIC TICKET. eloquent address. that the winter may break before they fin- fullncn about the head, frequently followed with Ncuralslc of mathematics, seems to have the lead for pains. Hare tried numeroui remedies without receiving any A party of picknickers, found an old ish. For the Legislature, Superintendent of Public Instruction and bomb-sheDudley Snow, who got his head dam- benefit. A friend Induced mo to try tho Hunk Hill, ll Harper's Ferry Monday near treatment bat been altondol by unit iitlf.ictory remits. I if he goes to tho convention and shows DIC. PETTUS, and their nuriosity led them to attempt to aged by a fall from bis horse some weeks believe the tiiuoko llall tho only Catarrh cure, ant cheerfully Of Crib Orchird. himself upon the stage, it will be just like since, was in town the other day looking recommend It to open it and examine its contents. Suddenall suitaen Irani Catarrh I am ml, lied If the sympathetic fellows who will compose ly used properly It will eltKt a permanent cure. a terrible explosion occurred and six considerably dilapidated. Ilcspectfully, Gen. Bccknek has more votes than is it to rally to his support and nominate him. We were considerably stirred up Tuesk, m. 1IOOE, persons had bones broken, two of whom With titration. A Terslew necessary to nominate him on the first bal- We hope however that Goodknight or Tayday morning by an alarm of fire proceedare perhaps fatally hurt. 7hc AttornewticHWHl vfTcnncHHfr wny.-Afte-r lot and the probability that no other name lor will secure the prize 111 Hood's residence the old luflerlnK with Catarrh for fifteen yean and ipondliu The returns so far received show 462 ing from $p 0 y i I will be presented for governor, na suggested 1 money for proReid and building. When dis vAvi 1 nounce your It is said that one of the inducements of- instructed votes for Superintendent of Pub- covered thePortmanwere spreading rapidly a great deal olCarbolic riinoki remedies, boit unhesltatlaKlr uied llall tb I havo ever in our last issue, is now an absolute certain- fered by flime It litbeonlrremely Ieveraaw that I hillevs will cura CGen Buckner to "Bsttie," whom lic Instruction, divided amonz eeven candi atarrh, and I warmly recommend II to every luffurcr. ty. The other candidates ought to accept he wooed and won in Richmond, Va., was dates, Boring leads with US votes, Pickett on the roof, but prompt action and the ju MU.AltD THOMPSON', Lebanon, Tenn. the situation over which they have no con that she should be the wife of a governor is close up with 140, and Tnompson is a dicious application ol a few buckets ol watrot and come out in ringing cards counrel--in- g before serious before many years. Ilia promise is shortly distant third 65 votes; Goodknight and ter arrested their progress harmony and advising their friends to The complete treatment includes a Ucbellator pack age. which should be uied In all chronic cases ai damage was done. to be redeemed, for he will take possession Taylor have about 50 each. now espouse the cause of the old hero with The "small boy," of whom we have a a 'institutional Treatment, li then neteofary. One Smoke Hall contain between V and 100 dosea. of the gubernatorial mansion at Frankfort Tho statue of Garfield to be unveiled as much warmth is they did theirs. As September 1, as sure as gun's iron. at Washington next month will be heroic representative lot, obtained a boat, by pickfries $2, IVIellator $1. an original Harris man we shall do so with in siz;, ten feet six inches in height and ing the padlock, by which it was fastened, politicians who want to make capiTin grace and not without a degree of pleasure, V'K.V.Vr.V- - Jlr.t I.IHTKII, Aaentm, Stanurtl, till. weigh 5,000 pounds The pedestal is IS with a shoe buttoner, and embarked tinder K. W. JONIM, AKfnt, Crab Orchard, Ky., L. (J. (100CII A rON, Agents, Wavneiburjr, Ky. for we must confers a warm place in our tal out of the laboring men are trying to feet in height giving the head of the statue a roving commission on a voyago of discovheart all the time for the gallant old war get up a Labor State ticket and the probaery en the turbid waters of the Hanging an elevation of nearly 30 feet. Three rior, who euflered so much for the cause he bility is thai they will succeed. Well, let around the pedestal will represent the Fork. The trip was disastrous. The old loved and dared defen 1. The ticket will them come. Buckner, Bettie and the Biby three types of his manhood the student, maxim, however, interposed to reserve the be Buckner, Bettie and the baby, Bryan, are invincible anu win pou more votes adventurctn urchins for a more legitimate the worrier and the statesman. Hardin, Hewitt, Tate and Corbet:. The than all the other tickets combined. The City Council, of Richmond, Va,, finish; and after a series of perils from rapconvention will have to decide its standard they Wat Habdin leads by a good majority proposes to have the headboards removed id currents and overshot water-apbearer for Superintendent of Public Inbut Richards' from the graves of Confederate soldiers in landed, perhaps a wiser, certainly a wetter, of the uninstructed votes, structions and whether it is T.tylor, Good-knigbrood of bantlings than we generally meet friends claim that their fayorite will knock Oik wood and Hollywood Cemeteries, and Boring or Pickett ve shall b) perthe ground plowed and seeded to grass. on a pleasure excursion. fectly sitiefud and nail the ticket to our the persimmon in the race for attorney genA speck of war appears on the horizon This will be done un!eis permanent provismast head a invincible against the com- eral. It is not likely, however, that they of Casey. It neeuis that U. V. Brown and ion is made by the State or city to keep bined assiults of Bradley, Fox, the fieeh can make good their claim. Abe McAoally had made a trade of some the graves in better order. There are 0 and the devil. Tax Louisville limes bursts forth into a soldiers' graves in Hollywood Cemetery timber, but afterwards disagreed as to the terms of the contract. They met on SaturTue Typographical Union is the most double and triple sheet so frequently that and 17,000 in Oikwood. McAn-ai- ly is autocratic set of artisans in the world. It we can't keep up with it. Patter-eon- , day and had a wrangle, after which The black fieiido, Turuei and came on to town. Oa his return he rules the printing offices where they get the the third anniversary of its remarkable and who attempted to kill Miss Jennie chance and the proprietor and owner is no profitable career and an S page paper will Bowman in Louisville because she resisted was halted at the muzzle of a shotgun in more consulted about prices than if he did celebrate the eyent. their efforts to rob the house in which she the hands of Brown, ordered to throw up not have to foot the bills. The union makes was employed, have been brought back his hands, and informed that he must sign NOTES OF CURRENT EkENTS. out a sole of wages and he has to dance to from Frankfort and the great to do about a the contract in the terms dictated by Brown them or they lay down their sticks and The Virginia mountains were covered mob wreaking summary vengeance has or die. McA. suggested that they were not walk out. The proprietor of the Lexing- with snow Tuesday. Miss Bowman is slowly recover provided with writing implements, and was subsided. ton Iramcript didn't like that way of doing Jim Henson cut Jerry Starkey's heart ing from her terrible injuries and will ulti- ordered by his captor to march in front to buiint-w- , but preferred to run his own pa- out in Daviess county. mately be restored, in which event the where the deficiency could be supplied. is would be murderers will get of! with little This he felt compelled by the circumstanto suit himself, consequently the union per Leo Hartman, the Russian Nihilist, GltOUEIt, is using all its efforts to crush him out. In peddling soap in New York. or no punishment. The Courier Journal is ce to do; and signed accordingly. Judgthe Wednesday' issue be offers a reward of Prohibition carried in Rockingham, raising a collection for the poor young he- ing from the temperament of the men it is MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. $50 for the arrest and conviction of any per' county, Va., this week by a large majority. roine and has already obtained over $500 probable that when they next meet the quickest hand will secure the first shot. Russell county instructed for Harris, oni conspiring to injure hit business in any CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. way whatever and threatens the union with Read, Richards, Smith, Hewitt, Corbett LAND, STOCK AND CROP N. POTATOES, proceedings under the act. and Thompson. The north bound train passes here at For genuine German millet seed go to A disastroni fire, attended by loss of 12:5 r, u. and the south bound at 2.30 r. u. The democracy of Kentucky has shown ONION SETS. thrilling rescues, occurred at Mr. E. Carson and Joe Brooks left this Wearen A Menefee, is fully as 'unanimous for General life and many that it Pittsburg Tuesday, A bunch of 25 good calves for sale. 1. week for Kansas with a car load of fine Buckner as the republican party is for Bil! M. Bruce, Stanford. The National Educational Association Jersey cattle. ly O'Bradley and all that will now be necrevearling shortI will ofler for sale 6 Mrs. W. O. Hansford and Mrs. .Scott essary to secure for the old hero the usual will convene in Chicago July 12 and My I'otatoen nrcall Jfcw York Fanis have received a cheap and beautiful horn bulls on Monday, county court day. majority is to exhibit the two over the man in session four days. The Tennessee liquor dealers have stock of Millinery goods from New York. 8.11 Baughotan. State, the one the embodiment of all that is Hfock mid coiihIh( of Knrly ItoMc, B, G.Gorer bought of G. Graham six Miss Fannie Farlee, of Danville, has true in party and in manhood, and the ot- raised a fund of $75,000 to defeat the proreerlcKM, Ilurlimik find Ilcanty hibition amendment to the constitution. cattle averaging 700 pounds at I!' cents. been employed to assist in teaching at the hera pretender. The very presence of the The mass meeting to inspire Louisville College during the remainder of the presII. A. Hudson, of Garrard, sold to B. two men will set the populace afire for the of Hebron. F. Kindig, of Pennsylvania, 23 two year-ol- d energy ent term. with a new spirit of former. Though no orator, he can state a I have a Hplcuilli! aclcct ion of Tuesday in half mules for $113 per head. The Lincoln County Teachers' Associaplain truth as good as anybody, and his subscribed over $12,000 Joe Spears and tenznts sold their crop tion will be held at the College Hall Frian hour. Caiirdcn Need, liotli In bulk an d simple word will be at a premium over R. H. Taylor and J. H. Rady were day night and Saturday morning Mrs. of 20,000 pounds of tobacco to Johnson, of Bradley's false positions and false deducin imperx, ctiibrnoiiiK all fho nominated by a democratic primary conGeorgetown, at 6 all around. tions, even though they be uttered with a vention to represent Daviess county in the Tarrant cordially invites everybody to bcHt varlctlcN. attend. At the two days' sales of the National flourish intended for oratory. legislature. Miss Irene Dillion is quite sick. Mm. Horse and Cattle Exchange, at Lexington, AH KoodM Hold at rcuHonublo Mary McCarthy was found dead at John Magee and Mr. Hunley Singleton are Ky., 160 animals were sold for $43,110. Gov. Lee very indignantly denies the story started by Adam Badeau, the fellow Cleveland, having been strangled to death suffering greatly from an attack of roseola. prlccH. A fine piece of blue-grasand a No. who has been writing up Grant's tour of by some unknown fiend, who attempted to This disease is very fashionable here now 1 field of timothy in mile of Mark l!ardln,lat of MoutUello, Clerk aa almost everybody in town has had it. the world for a syndicate of newspapers ravish her. Stanford for rent. Apply toS J. Eoibry. ammSlBimmmmmmmmmmammmm Miss Bettie Perrin, ol Garrard, is visitIt has developed that E. L N. Sim' that after the surrender Gen, Robert E In Daviess county, T. H. Payne Lee subsisted for some time on rations fur- mons, arrested for burning the Hotel Del ing Mrs. Harrison Thurman. Mr. Clel bought of J. C. Mattingly 22 head of 1.100 nished him by the Federal commissary- - Monte, in California, of which he was man- Williams, of Mt. Vernon, was here Sunday pound cattle to be delivered May 1st, at He eays that the general and his family, ager, is an ex convict. on important business, Mrs. Era Smith is $175 Barnutu has compromised bis Jumbo visiting Mrs. Hannah Steger in Louisville Winter Brewer, of Mercer county, while not in alll Jence, did not want for the bought of Sanford Carpenter, of Millers-burg- , accessaries of life, The people of Rich- suit against the Grand Trunk railway for Messrs. Robert and Will Gentry, of Stanmond and elsewhere vied with each other $5,000 and free transportation of his show ford, paid two of our young ladies a flying 3.000 lambs for June delivery at 5 to visit Sunday. CJ cents. ia sending everything requisite for the for the coming season, party of PittsThe Greenback-Labo- r comfort of Gen. Lee and his family, and Dick Gentry bought in Somerset counOANIflLLE, BOYLE COUNTY, ty court day ten mules and three horses the house was so filled with barrels of flour, burg, numbering between 1,000 and 5,000 Rev. James L. Allen, of this place, has at prices ranging from $100 to $150 per saeat, etc., that Gen. Lee distributed these members have dissolved their organization been placed nn the list of Mexican and joined the Henry George party. things to the poor in the neighborhood. Advocate, head. Oae hundred and eighty-twnatural Cattle remain at former figures in The Louisville Commercial claims that gas and oil companies have been incorporaMilton BroyleBdied at the home of his 2 to 4 hogs are steady at 4 to many of the Louisville delegates to the ted in the last 1G months in Ohio, with father, near Perryville, Wednesday, of con- fat lambs are in demand at 7 to S cents; Democratic Convention will vote for Mayor sumption. His father, Henry Boyles, and sheep are dull at 2 to aggregate capital stock of $9,202,075, Booker Reed for Governor, hoping to creDr. Grant, noted for marrying women, his brother Samuel, are both ill with the The fine Short-horDuke bull sold at ate a dead lock sufficient to enable them to getting their money and then skipping to same disease, Col. Moberley's. sale brought $705. His dispose of their little votes to the highest John Tolllver, Jr., and Tom Slaugnter, sale averaged about $125 per head. Mr. greener fialds, died in jail at Boston, where bidder. A Buckner has about 400 votes or colored, were fined $5 each in the police Chenault's herd averaged about $71 per be was held on several charges of bigamy, 16 more than enough to nominate bim The militia has been called out in Ohio court on Wednesday for a "bridge of the head. Richmond Herald. there is no chance for a distribution of to prevent a mob from destroying the peace" as they called it, although their Kidd ATribble shipped last week 250 boodle in that race and the venal delegates Paulding county reservoir, which supplies offense is generally known as a breach of hogs to Baltimore, for which they realized will have to work Hardin and Richards for a disused portion of the Miami and Erie the peace. about 5 cents at home. Taylor & Prewitt all they are worth. canal. Samuel Larimer, whose serious illness bought of Wood, the Danville cattle trader, The Kentucky Chantauqua Assembly was noted in the last letter, died Monday Some of the Buckner organs displayed 40 yearling staers, weight about 300 pounds, will meet in Woodland Park, Lexington, evening of lung disease, caused by chronic the wretched taste of presenting a rooster at $3G per head. Winchester Democrat. oaaLaisix -- July 8. The members propose asthma. He was 55 years old. A native with the news oi their favorite's victory. June 2S Winchester Court. About 700 catto live in tents during the meeting and of Pennsylvania, he had lived in KenWe take but little stock in the rooster tle oc the market-- , 10 head of good steers Drugs, Books, Stationery and tucky since the 19th year of his age, He brought $36; 25 plain mountain steers ol between pirties and in a family board on the grounds. Fancy Articles. Tom Johnson, a Tennesseean, went up was a good citizsn and an honest man, one fight like the one just ended it is nauseat900 pounds, $35, 25 head of good feeders, We are all for Buck- to Michigan to see his children, whom bis whoabhored hypocrasy or double dealing 1,200 pounds, $57; 35 good steer I'hvilctani' prescrlptloni accurately compounded ing and disgusting. calves, All ner now, but bis fool friends seem to wish divorce! wife had possession of, and being about anything. He has four grown Bons $21; scrub steers 0 to 31 cents. Small crowd winning tho full refused he killed hernew husband, shot living atTopeka, Kansas; two of them law- in attendance. to drive away instead of Sun. the woman and then killed himself. strength ol the democracy for him. yers, one a druggist and the other a teacher. Mayor Reed has sold his farm of 51 In Christian county, Thomas Long died second wife, who survives him, was a acres on the Fountain Ferry road, an exten- The Largest Stook of Watches, Ulocka, We always inclined to the belief that last week, aged 93 years. He had been Hia daughter of James Crow, of Garrard. By sion of West Markat street, six miles from Jewelry and Silverware Gen. Buckner would secure the nomination married twice and was the father of 20 this marriage ho had several children, some Louisville, to Tony Landenwich for the for governor, but we must confess that we children and 105 descendants. He had 08 Ever bought to tbti market Prices Iwor than of them quite Bmall. the Lowcat, Watches, Clocki and Jewelry lie- sum of $28,500. He gave $13,000 for it are as much surprised at his great strength grandchildren and 17 paired on ihoit notice and Warranted, Rev. and Mrs, R. G. Noland and Mrs. two years ago and had only put $2,000 wl as we are at the remarkable weaknesu of the Dr. J. N. McCormack, Secretary of the Noland's sister, Miss Fannie L. Tarr, are worth of improvements on it. other candidates, We counted on at least State Board ofHealth, has issued circulars few days with Mrs. C. P. Cecil The first day's sale of the Horeo and 200 for Harris, but he gets less than 100; inviting all persons interested in health and spending a before taking up their residence in Harrods- - Cattle Exchango at Lexington xeiulted in Holt only has 04; Berry 35 and Hines a pit- its preservation to attend a public health burg. Miss Sue B. Fible is spending the 86 head ol blooded horses passing under iful 28, It was indeed a Waterloo. conference in Louisville on May 21'.h and week with Miss Mary Irvine. Miss Sallie the hammer at an average of $262. The The Pennsylvania railroad has just se- 25tb.Er Supreme Judge Henry and State McRoberts and Miss Sophie Bright are highest, Mabel Wilkes, brought $1,050. cured a number of locomotives that weigh Auditor Walker had an altercation on the visiting Mrs. C. P. Cecil. Col. James A. Masterson Peyton, of this placa, sold a 2- 00 tons each and which draw 15 loaded He street at Jefferson City, Mo. Judge Henry Fisher went to Shelbyville yeir old mare in the lot far $1 15. freight cars with ease. Counting the weight Louisville convention Bas shot in the arm and breast, and Wal-ke- r will remain after the There must be no crowing over defeat of the cars and their capacity, the huge was cut in the head by a blow from which ho expects to attend. Mr. George ed candidates. They were all good men Mounds-villmove a weight of more than 2 monsters Eiwards, a prominent citizsn of Henry's cane. millions of pounds. W. Va , was in town Thursday. Miss and good democrats. The cue now ia clo'e Capt. W. Towler, traveling salesman Mary Cheek is visiting friends in Louis- ranks. Saturday was not the deluge. The democratic convention, the ttjpuai for a New Orleans firm, yesterday shot and ville. Chris Gurtring, who generally drops There is yet a hereafter even in this world. Gsneral Assembly and a circus ought to fatally wounded Rev.C. F. Stivers, of the in at the beginning of exciting political fCouritr Journal. The full attendance in every county draw a considerable crowd to the village the Episcopal church at Grenada, Miss. campaigns, is again in town and is for of Louisville next week. Stivers, expecting to die made a confession Buckner or death. Miss Nellie W. Gaar shows that democracy is still on horseback and Mr. W. C. Sharp, both of Shelby City, and Mr. O'Bradley and his friends must Tno iflicial majority against prohibi- in which he declared that Towlei was justi- obtained marriage license Wednesday foot it; and they do sav that the walking is fiable in whit be did. Louisville Times, terrible. tion in Michigan is 7.990. evening, $tmi-fflSittlb $nimor$ourirai SIX PAGES. J. Secretary Lauaii's splendid oration on the life and public service of Gilhoun, the great South Carolinian, at the unveiling of the statue ereoted by the ladies at Charles29, 1887 ton Tuesday, is given in full in the dailies aid occupiei nine columns of solid nonpareil. It isannsierly pwductioa and will msn right in go far to set that muoh-buse- d history. The day was observed as a holi day in the State and more than 120,000 per sons witnessed the unveiling. A PHYSIGI Altf. W BALL J . 4 si 17 CCfTtrHSHtBB I. Nl' jy J h Ni fig-ur- ea s, ht, 12,-00- M I. R. WALTON, Y. SEED kn-klu- x GARDEN NE:iN M - J , s I one-fourt- pen-sinne- rs o Lou-iivill- e 5. 4. n busi-aeeaey- Fenny & M' AJister t PHARMACISTS, J8Sg JEWELERS' ti WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, hhAT" to-d- ay. e, WALL PAPER, I i M'ROBEETS& STAGG'S WTM SmMBUUt 3!nlttioronrna! Stanford, Xy EKG LISIl PARLIAMENT. A FROM PISA TO NICE. AN AKOUT ALUMINIUM. IT WAS MORNING. The nlslit was dark, and wist linns o'er tho liilLi And long nml wenry seemed tli" hours to wait; When, suddenly, the snow clouds Of rosy hue, as though th." ntiKel lumps Were litinif Ix'hind them Tln-- the glim lag east llccaino nlliiino with red and molten gold, Journey April 29, 1887 THE MOST CELEBRATED REPRE- - Through the Itnrtlniuaka hhul.i'ii IHatrlrt of Italy. FINE HAND SEWING. A GREAT sentative body in the world. What Slit)' Im .Seen lijr a Vlillor Is lha tJullrrj llmv llualnraa la t'omlucleil. No l.lmlt to the) LeiiRtli of Speerliea. W. P. WALTON. SIX PAGES. fa .ftmMlto. W aV' rr"TT...c r.a ST 5 Chief SluRiiet. A visitor koi- ilown to Westiiitn.sttT, Ictua wiy on Momlny, when tbo liouwuf coininuna in to imrt, nt I p.m. (wmiliiiilly), in onler t) Iliiiolilcst and most rolclnuUtl leprwlltif tlvo IkhIj- in llio wurM AftiT lit'lliK uIIkivmiI alxtitt nmuiiK tli 'trant;i,r'' (ns tlio liritiih iiiille iiru ulllciully iliiiKii'tl In what Li Coleridge, l xj1IU) liouso) Mki -i iu-- Mr. (iliiiUtmifi COMPANY ,1 . CREAM &1Fk?Pb ssI.iV!. II ,AIW M n. r.MWf n 'Wft.WB .v if ill lff. 'x fc LEXINGTON.KY. .t. & Wl.rery mi k ciiarauued In (It aatltfaitlr ! "du IMjANT.S I nrdera for all UnJ of I anti and will tirn tliriu ready at hit llii' tier My plain, air I tn tin- - Ixit eed and ate euary urn now prepared .. In to tL w riinlr.l i I ir IhiI o, .. ,v;m i. Manlord i.w fWIOS! renowned Koik, the fa lucua Peck Th erA oon, th kii ilar and reliable l.i erm Tim Warreu toieurale-- l t'loiuh and thr John ll .rai A lot ' elegant i. turaMe mu A'ivii. .Imiiiii tn it .riitiuiiiptit hiiI ilu writ to lamlne o r i,ift i. r Weare atC (! for the itnin A I hnrrh o, atil will war-- ! "i.r iaa'(We 1'iai na im aen ear, ted our Orjcana' I Terelt Tne I'Kihi and the riaii h M' fir am the Iml ami intMl rellah.e ' t Haireu Org-itnatr uirnti imuufn tur.si. (ur Imtiuweata tantiaaien it the itirhi In M'nfo.d, where M u Il.'M. Ilirbaiili will date prices, etc l'rr.M whii have imri bawd tbta lutirumenia w I ted'fr in their durahllllr ami elmint nulh.' We will toierfo the put III, aud guaran IreialK'aMlofi .Irr Vf I. William", of 1! mli.Bt ill aim r Church If.t ma II. Johnfilend A Co , au-- will bv pka, t'l win kli S. It A' i 1 t ' 1 .;.()(li,.tMU RKIKHKM ItuTtoaTlll; J Jtanlnnl J s J Peanr, siantori, Mm. 1'inule I iria. Ian tH, (ien W J. I.anlram, luraitir; t ft r Ira sand tdge. Juattloi City; W. M. I'arne, I'teaitianilUe Mrs V. M. Catpntir. Stanford I rai M ttn Mn H.har. ll. T. Wal llolia.. A. II .. .r.l. Jinm m n 1 1. t arpeiil'-r- , t Meatier. M . Dlwoff M. I'n lilr.e. . lie, Ijiicaalar lllljr. in i: Tiiouoruiuiiti:i HOLSTEIN FRIES AN BULL MAIMltUOFMKI.I.K. Thla Ane Hull will nUnil .tbr rrama tm twit lOeniclat my tlahle nil the Ijinottrl PIVe n i half mile fruiti Maiitnfl Court Houm) at S ! aeaon, wh the pfMlrxrol breJl UK the low uu 111 thorow tirotct iti rail. Muuej due when ow ll finl aerte-- l Jlanitili of Adeline lire, Herbert, till aire Apollo and Dam luijrw-- tsiutbrru lieau. atu xl MarjuH of Ad'ltenea dam, Adeline, hei aire liairted l.adjr Half Imporit'l Uncle Toiu-d" er Kor luitbff lartlruUra i In tdlg'w "li'braf Iblalaa Terr line T0,"' H"" ,,om Kcho, the etl Uinlty ol mllkera Including tbo cow lireatitt cflurdaj: btr owner liain reluwd OOOfur her. The HolillnrrtUIu iatllo bare taken the lead the Iwal for the family ami a croi with thehollhlrn product a a tory line animal.thlaI will bur all the male talrii lfutlen by at weaning 'lluie. I ...I at joi.l piii ta .dilrerivl !. ,r A. ir. it.Jiu.i.tu:, tattuiil, Kj inv.uul Uoiiibiiialion INTERIOR JOURNAL And the l.oulttlllo- - THE Weekly Courier- - Journal for Hub l.'.e ri r for only 8.1 twu mure that) the prlcv ol one. I to lor one yoai l'jr l uiM jimi lll r boms paer with the (ViurlefJourual, the repriyeiiiMlTe newspaper uf the .South, democratic anJ t't a tarllf fur roTentio onlr, and the Ihji . brik'Mcit mid ableil family weekly In tbo UiiIuhI to eiamluo a lamplt Htiti-a- . Those who rory if "he CourlcrJournalcan doao at Ibla othre jo:-- prj I'lf, THE SEMI-WEEKL- Y i --Aai . ia Interior Journal UTANFOnD, KY. f iiTi '" , . aah M" W- - P. WALTON. Pro'r. errry lowprkoof Tuixxlay la pub nurd and Krlday at the TWO DOM.AItS Ii:iC YIJAK. JOB s WOt.X-S-. 01' ALL CLAXSK9 - Noatly nnd Choaply Exocutod. of lCents nnd Hhelley, I)vrr, Dickens nud tho rest of thostorlwl solitudes mill unlircil nlxnit ly ik;11iviiicii ulio look at through which we nslo. All that wns left of liini nt tlmtiKli li) wn.s n fcy or traitor, tlio their tlmo uml tho remoter past wns tho t. InUcs lilt hout In tliu KiilK'ry and fjliiti.-i-ilnuil ItiU) tliu in vim. It ii I li.tn., These no locnniotivo whistle could charm nml tliu s'iil,cf Is in lilt rlinir, lint tlii'it) mo nwny. They stixxl guard, or squatted it, fow iticniU'i's iirfM'lit, nml notliiiiK Mfins to along tho road, much closer limn tho ImhIoIiik AfU'r n while tlit vbitor laHiimw I inner saw rach horriblo exnuiples -a unit of of Ixxlily awif.'of ii ilunili hliow KoiiiKondeformity and mutilation in my fill JIK'I) DIM tXllltlllllllllf in Wllli'll till' llliff life as there Ono of our party, n young niUik inn i; nml kom "l "'" trililu nml Ncniolftnii student, unsured tno thnt theie a Kontli'iiiiiti wlio attiiuU ut llio MKlit lmml wnsn nmn in Naples whomaiiufnctuieil It u tiiu rtwut-li- t hiik' of tliHl ui'i- of funiiltiiv. for this trnde. Ho took children mid if tli" I'liwilo IiIIIh. If ntiy of tliVM maimed mid dii.toitod thetn to order, nnd, clii'tiM le- i j .; .. r.-- I, iin'iiiUi-- willlWk In, nml no mntter how sin it imtuiv's supply of tlioi'ti will Hut it ilelwito nml ilivrwiii. might ls contriel to cko it out. I (tlifiwi-K- ' Hum IiiiiiiIht will I nlnned: t'liijity. thought my pleasant fellow traveler wailra laimliiiillv iikiiiImim runiii ntiNKK'liitis in nml lug the long Imw until j em later, brio at Diki'lln tr M'liti 'I'lirro la H'Rlii I) loom in home, of the read In mi Italian Uu lmi of tlu i IuiiiiImt for two HiiiiIh of llie lirenking up of a cripple factory in his own supply. Illl up nii'liilM'm, ainl llMTrforviti tlio Of course the general render, whatever his city, nnd tho condemnation of tho intaerennt tlw lal' (lunula Uiktt tliilr jiluiiv in tin-- xiilu interest in this remarkable substance, will who run it tn x'iml cervittiilp. tho chemical processes of exgnllilli-x- , tlioy urfy tliu k'chio. The mot Ix'niiliful jxirtof llie Corniche is not understand Thrro un- no iiimt'iiifiii'm for writiiiR or Ix'twpen (j'enon nml Nice. Hero the tropics traction, ltlsfnr moro interesting to learn ns much as jxissible of Its physical proix-rties- . InkiiiK not.-i- , nml n iHwuly every im linn liH girdle tho U'liiix-iatrotio with fruit mid y it blixtsom. Tho lbs color is n Ixjnutlful silvery white, with n hat on, n liuaiiiillki wuikitix Mediterranean is n plain of very slight bluish tint. When cut It rosombles It sapphire, netted woukl ililllrult to IiiiiikUii' or iliwi'iU'. with tho whlto crests of l miv Hutu 4.:wiu'rlock U'foro tlio real Inul-li- e the breaking wnvelots. Tho fishing villages n piece of tin freshly cut. It U odorless nnd I Uium) Ri'iitU'iiiin wlm iiru tasteless when nlisolutely pure, it is fully as "VI n, nml the farms on either hand nro like scenes mnlliviblo ns gold mid silver, nud can lx beaten to li iltfVotlttK tliimiM'hiHto tliu mtv opern. Tho only icop!o ho work are nt tho of thoir WTiintry nro milly eiiKngwl iluriiiB to mend tho into Wves that can bo used as silver and gold tho conileU breaking stones lla wurkuiK MirL of llw ilny on tlii-i- r iiiHt roads. You hnve plenty of roinuy, for leaf are; they are, however, farmore durable. ntrnlro. ItK-i- r leeot riMrrgtiii mv j;imii to tlio It can lx drawn out into exeiixlmgly flno there mv w inter rosotU all nlong from wire. Itselnstii lty Is that of silver, nud its atiA'k I'Xi'limiKi-- , or tint law cotirU, or tlia to the 1'ienrh bonier. Hern tha AI tenacity the snnie, but by linmiurliig it otHw, or to pbiKtirv, tlw ilirpi tlK-- Limlly conw down to tho oa, nnd the foam froUt tho as hard in iron nnd ns elastic. A Imp oiler to tin' uiifortnimto ttMiiitrj . nt about feet of the eternal hills. They thiee feet long nnd a quarter of an inch IIIMI.NMMl UK Ill'Hl.M.S U among them, Hemo. Yeiitimiglin San square, subject's! to test, was found to have s Tin- - llmt iiiali ntiim of lniimi to lit Uh Meutonc, too, und Monuroi on n ininlaturo strength of twelve tons to the square iiiimiiImm's (who lire cnlli! by Alpof ILsowii. It wnsnt'.liU jioint that tho a tensile of niotioii, inch. Tnking its strength in relation to its liaine), n'mliiiK out tliu tenim of u tvMtlutioll tvirtliqiinke dbl the leivst daumge, ncconllng weight, it compares with steel of thirty-liv- e which Hm'V miiKMitji'o they will move win toreixitU Itemised mo it hurm in tlio tons xr squnre inch tensile strength. n the street is cnlksj, from Sun Itenio Kiren oittiMnn TIhmi iimikh "ipimtlon Iiiii,1" OTIIKH l'noi'KUTIKS. whleh Ki'twrallr eiiniiiiMj front to Oenon. Hut the swells nt Cnnncs, NIco is also ivmnrkably sonorous; un hour to neai ly two Ikhiix Any nnd Mentono lmd n dreadful fright. Alfred so Aluminiumn bar in is struck it that w hen ineiiiU-- r who hiw pivvlouAly j;ieu notice ol Tmmblo in New York Nows, gives n sound of n crystal boll. It molts ntn his iiitvnlioti limy tKit n ininnliuu tomiy iiieintomix.rnture higher than zinc and lower than Kipenan of Itunnlng n Cirrus. of tlie KcniTiinn'iit in the Iioiim) on tiny silver, and Is therefore to bo ranked as easily t MllljVl't, fivm It IH)!IHUtHM iliploiimtlo "Now, there' tho matter of the oxixsnso of fusible. At nny tempemturo whatever it reilown to the ptirieh Milnpof l.ittlo running n cir.u," Kiid Mr. Cooke. "Few mains fixed, that is.it loses none of its weight. ll cannot la- - ileiilil Unit One iiiu-tiot- t iooplo understand or know anything nltout it. It conducts electricity with great facility HifiietniH-liriiiK forth Miltiililo infor When they look nt their bill mid rend the lino eicht turns liti-- than iron and twj. r etc , mno out of hmUoii, Imt Hint iiifortiwlioii iniKlil nil lie 'At nn enormous txix-nseaUo ranks very high, better iiicretliilotisly. Hy than copT It prliiUil, iuKleml of vnlunhle tune iiill every ten of them mmlo than enpjier and silver, as n conductor of I'ol' lie it ivinein-herm- l Uio way, nil big clrcues employ a man m Mlllrnl in tie.' Nllwri. heat. Those fnrts suggest tho possible nnd that tlww. hiuhmtx hiv, hi at letut half ielally to wrlto tho progrnmnie and othe prnbnble ulue of aluminium in the age of thi inatMiK-ex- , all written ilonn b) otlleers in billing matter. Well, tho general public, at electricity its aluo in connection with our nii'l the iiiliiliter I said, look upon nil statements of thLs sort now motor. the imillrnlnr l'ini tntt-iit- , nwrfl) reniW what 1ms livli preKitvl for as mere figures of sixxsrh. Hut I enn show Hut still more remarkable atv the proixr-tie- s him. you clearly that there Ls no particular fun in of this metal in resisting corrosion. Tho aJiow lUo NOMirility of thb in lefeivuiM owning or running n largo circus, and that To nir has no effect on it whatever, whether of there U little or no exaggeration in tho figures to IivmiimI aiMl the moist or dry, neither havo sulphur fumes. Iiomti nih tlar', ii iiuiiiiUt rImh not lee on generally given na tho expends of oixsrnting Nor does pure oxygen niTect it, whether cold MoihU of h question lt will Kit on 1 the show k. or hot, although if brought Into n whito heat wo exhibit In n city nt all tho first to the IrfJt McreUry. Tlmt p'litU'inr.n it bums, producing a strong light. Neither ihmUiIiIv knows notlilncof the xuhjet t matter expenso we Incur is that of advertising. This haswnter xjwer to corrodo it at any ordiuf Um) ipi4tlon. He writes or telegmplni to department nlone ontuils nn expense of about nary bent, but nt 100 deg. it slowly decomThurMUty ii nil the outlay neccs-wir- y poses tho wnter. It U equally truo that such ami on Diihlin for fH) ix.t day. ThU covers cvivex n ivpl from DiiWlm wliuli he M.liiiinly to bring the show before the public eye, destructive gases ns sulphuretted hydrogon reaila In loe IiiHiht. It woukl U illlll till tc and tho new wi pern lintnrally get tho lion'ij do not uHect It; and the acids, such us sullluiptltllile. tSoiiiiof the nil lic"ie hare of it. The rest is laid out in pictorial phuric and nitric, do not niTect aluminium to awHtnKlieii roko jxirty lU'iuoiiktriitious on paper for the wnlkt mid bill boards In lithoacid nny perceptible degree, and one able or the other, for the 1ioum h nlwny graphs for ftoro window g, in bill iosting, nets very slowly on tho puro metal. This full nt qtiewllon tiuve. WIhHIkt ft w ill lie full livery hire, etc. You wo, wo 'bill' every town ls why it was used for tho penk of tho WashInniKiliHteh after ilepemls ujioii tho suliject within fifty miles of that In which v.o halt, ington monument, being incorrodible pracnml the tj.'ukiT. If there is mi mijournetl and each country road or school dUtrlct Ii tically where other metals would bo eaten up - opeiieil liy ilelkHte to Umi einlueiit member, thoroughly cnu assod by our bill ixjstore and by tho ntinophero and rains. mot of the other tuemU'rii retiiin their plnces. mounted buglers the hitter an innovation of 11 V ALKALIES. C OltnOUED Mr. OlaiUtone U, of courw, the chief mnxuet, my own introduced n few years ago. Theso Hut alkalies, on tho coutrary, us potash, S'ext to him Ixinl buglers carry huge bundles of bllLs on horse1h iitttiirtt eery one. llainlolph riiurrhill ilmwi the fulleet house; back, and as they rido through th country, sola nud lime, act on aluminium ery easily, driving oir the hydrogen and leaving a calnml after tlmt erratic ixilitlcinn would come blowing loud blasts at eery farm or cross I have cium or other conipond. So, nlso, chlorine, Mr. rnnwll, Mr. Ijiliouciien.', Mr. Morlcy, road, they creuto a great sensation. iodine, bromine and tluorino attack the metal often seen the farm hands lenvo the plow and Sir V Hnreourt, Htr V. 1jiwv.ui, Sir nt once nnd break it up rapidly. Its power I'hmuU'rlniii. Hut if nu run u ciuaiter of n mile or more In the scorchto resist ncids tnnkes it exceedingly useful in r dull limn rice to sjmk there in n ing sun to ascertain what was up, nud then, diseases w hero tulxs of mctiil must be used, ivRulur stmniiile, and whero 400 or .V) moil having found out, wulk lehmrely bnek readsince sweat and purulent matter cannot Now York Cor. were jtiJt now sittiiit; you will not mi inoit ing our alter it. th.iiifott) or llfly. Tho teet have gono tc Itoston Herald. Such Is tho tiaturo of this metal of tbo or to wiite lettept, or to talk olitluil l), future, sketched as well as may be without Noiel Iilru In Adsrrtlalui;. ( M'ine of their eonstitueliU. Introducing technical language. Tho world In Prance, tho original idea of substituting .ll)tA UF KKl'TY 1IKM1I1 times us much of it us it uiiuo fair darnieU for the negroe, who, in contains u thousand liy 7 p. m , or a llttlenfter, as n Renem! nilo, sur laud, and for n consideration, sandwich docs of iron. Its strength surpasses both iron iunrly nil 11m MicmU'i" linvo gone to diiiuur, thenixclves between two Kters ami ixrform nnd steel, w hllo it is almost absolutely incornml thoelinmlierpresK'ntt n lx?nKarly nrrnyot tho functions of an ambulating signboard, rodible. Glass, acids, air nud water do not empty U'IU'Ih, To theMi empty UmicIim mid was bawsl on tho Salvation A liny. A tarubh it; nor does heat change its weight or to tho wenry "ixiikers tho lx)ns nml wind Frenchman, observing tbo quaint charm of color. It is tho best known conductor of Imir hold forth for tlinti mortal hours. The somo of the young damsels in their odd heat nnd electricity. It is lighter than somo X'riixl from 7 to 10 I generally wervd to gowns and oko bonneU who ofTored tracts of our hardest woods, nnd is worked with llkun. Tlipylme nothiiiK to say nml they to an unbelieving public on n street corner of great ease In tho wonls of a leading scienany it very Ixidly You hnvu mid or lienrd Paris, conceived tho idea of utilizing feny tist. "It is tho lightest, easiest worked, all t lie old dreary nrgmneiitx n htmdrtxl tline nlno loveliness as nn advertising medium for strongest, mot durublo nud generally most over; but the men briii;; them out ns im. new costumes The nnnie und the addresn of valuable of till metals; nnd tho man who pretiehi'lv at though they w rie tilting new themodUto who ctcntes tho work of art are n method of making it cheaply will ro idwisof thoiuoxt profound nature. There U Introduced tastefully in some ortiou of the volutioni70 Industry." It is not easy to no time limit to heeches in the hotiM) of garment, and the advertiser, who Is naturally imngino tho universal nnd sweeping inllueuco common, nml it i iossillo Hint thi-- i ultolo chosen fur her uptitudo in displaying this of tho introduction of two such metals us three iioui might Ixi taken up b one lxitv, chef d'o?uie to the lest ad vantage, nlumiuium nud malleable, glass into our inthough Hint ii not often the caw. At nlioiit to nnd fro on u frequented street, so dustrial economy in u single generation. 8 o'clock there it UMinlly a brief cewsiitlou, thnt nil who walk may rend. when the sinker gtxM out for ivfi'ilinieiit There Is nothing grotosquo in tho introdue-Uu(whleh ii jiopulurly to Mipixwd A (Hobiile oT ()l)cslt. of tho mUoi'tisemeut, so that a.3 the of a mutton chop mid gin, of costume is not imixilred hi its M. do llluwitz, Palis corrwx)iident of The it is clarut); on his return tho (Ironing con- perlmiw the most elTectunl method of adverLondon Times, whose recent unuouncoment tinues. Atnlxiut Itlo'clock l). m. the ineiulx'rs tising in modem times. For it of n ltiisso Utriiitui alliance ngaiust Franco lxjglii to drop in, nevernl of tlieiu In evening seems that the Homm! hlpiKxlromo had its mid Austi'lii has boeil uttractlug the notice of dntKt. If n gixxl t.xiiker H on hii legs this is well tilled lsmehof ndvertUers Inthoshaixi till lluropo. is n temarkublo individual. In a lively tune; if not, wvenil of the gentlemen of gli Is w ho w era clad in tho last fashion of IKlrsounl npiHaruuco ho is n mere globulo of who lini enten nml drunk not wisely but too ix'plums nud trailing skirts, to bo studied und obesity. Prom iolo to pole, or rather from Atil go to deep. Sometfiiiulx'tweeu midnight admired by the excellent Iloniau mutron, yoll to solo, ho measures nbout flvo feet three o'cIiK'k in Hie nioiiiliig thedelxito in nnd (itches, witlt nu equatorial abdominal diamewho In this way wns informed exactly whero either ndjoiu ued (geiiernlly after awrnngle), to shop on tho following morning. Fashion-ablter of something like four feet six inches, ilt Won; then,iui the newsxiiers or there His ugo is apparently in tho uelghboi hood of nnd witty women in Athens xrformed sny, "the .'euiiiiuing motions mv dipovxl of the same rolo for compatriots, of their own 50. His oral KuglUh Ls very Imperfect. Ho Iioum) ndjmirni." iuij the sex not gratuitously, of course, but receiving constuntly drops into French by way of Of the hotiK of lords I will say nothing; it n coinicnR.'itlon from tho Grecian refugo from the intricacies of tho projier is tiKi terrible a theniov A dozen ixx'rs mid modiste, who thus brought her wares before tongue, und Is apparently mora familf ur biilnii xittlug for mi hour con- - the public. tli' Argonaut, iar with Gorman than with either. Ho is by iiciujiiiil M'M.ioii of tlmt Ixuly. tl kti'i.t-- ' birth n Pole, Though ho writes PuglUh mora Wh.it I lt.i wntien is of the 'ix.ipuliir" ring by I.ndies. Spin fluently than he speaks it, most of his mutter Uu Hint I'hainlx'r dtvrepitudo seems to huve. All opinion in support of tho efllciu-- of the Ls "correct oil for btylo" by a competent suborfnllcii Tlio isltor Is struck by its linve exercise comes from ono of tho lending dinate. All his iiiamn?ript, oven to notes of With a few exceptions tho inein-- I actresses of tho dny, who thus speaks of sparinvitation and reply, is turned oil upon an Kirs do not .mviii to liiivegntheifil together to ring by ladies: " If a lady engaged in theatriAmerican typewriter. Ho lives in n small do uuythiug, the itatlon'rt litisiticss is not cal or ojK'ratio work could select but one of entresol, or llrst (light Hat, of which the only l here You meet sovernl good nml the many accomplishments to which we as it other occupants lx.sides tho servants nro his earnest men, a very fow nhlo men; but col- class nro devoted I should recommend sparwlfo nnd a very fnt ixxxlle, decrepit with ago. lectively they apx'nr to lxa liclploss. And so ring. The stately currluge, without wldch Consumed w itli inordinate vnnity is M. do things mv iliiftiug, drifting whither, who nono of us cnit hope to succeed, U mmlo tho Dlowltz, no imsjiblo flattery upon hLs secret knows' 1Midon Cor. New York Coniiueivlnl more easy by a knowledge of the principles power ns a mover of states nud empires being Ad.'ertix.'r. of boxing, and It comes, too, without any too gloss for his curs. His value Is estimated neemlng etfort. Tho graco of motion that by Tho Times upon u pecuniary Imsls of f 0 A Tenor mid IIM Tlirout. tome lx?llove comes only after hnvlug sjient annually, w itli n coupe nt hU dlsxjsal nud Niemiinii, tho illustrious tenor, prefers days and weeks with tho foils or under the n liberal allow mico for exixjuses. Tho Argoto cxjxim) his throat to tlio cold air and tutelage of a dancing master is Just us easily naut to proiuennde in the streets, nfter singlni; acquired by sparring, und I think in n much On the Stage. it Inlioriotis iiile rather than to inutile hU less time. Our most successful actors and neck nml go homo in it close cnrrlagc. Tho actresses nro thoso thnt includo nmoiig their When Mr. Joseph Jefferson was c.unpin; cold nir series his larynx us a tonic, and tho other nccomplishinents that of tho principles out last summer cue of hLs mates nskctl hlia prime doiiue who nro afraid of it miiko a of Langtry, Modjeskn, Funny to reeito n certain seeno from "Kip Vnn mlstnko ho thinks, I'ubllc Opinion. Davenport, Mury Anderson und others nro nil Winkle"; but tho uctor declined, saying thct adopt In tho art, nnd I nm glad to know thnt ho could not tvjx'nt any long pnssugo from llio younger meuilx?rs of tho profession nro his parts away from tho theatre. Tho ArI'lesiileiit llnrrios' Sou. tho gonaut. Tony KtiriiiK -- on oj tho Into president tx'ginnlng to dovoto somo attention to Now York Mull ntid Kxprcss. of tltiateinal.i, is u student at West l'oint, matter." A Cultivated Tiute. and youiu Zarnl.i, son of the limn who overYoung Hostess I tnut show you my It vhas awful good if you ran forgif your throw uml cnuscd tho death of President enemies, but somu mans hnf a great deal more baby, Mr, Hrown; nro you fond of them! llarrios, Is aNo ut West Point and hU cltuu-mat- respect for you it you vhas a hnrdt kicker. Yes oh, yet Urown (absent minded Hut I haven't eutou uny LvUlr. Carl Duudcr, MipK)-i- l Tlmt part of tho Itiilinn const which wai recently shaken up by tho enrthquake is historical. Posting on tho Corlncho road used to bo part of n liliernl oliication. I mmlo n trip In the saddle onc from Plsn, by Oenon, uml through Motmoo to Nice, wl.ero my gnlleil Jndo gnvo up tlio ghost, and I took to llio rnllrontl. It was a wonderful Journey. At tliu start It was in a pleasant country. Thenwocnmo Into the ahndow of tho Alien-ninein regions bleak nnd black with bandit history. Hulns nnd jxiverty were on all sides, Kven tho noblo rarrlngo road was ndvauclng iiUK'kisl us us it ittdecny. The went by, scoring tho ghosts of Ilyron nnd s, INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF ITS REMARKABLE PROPERTIES. CAN One of DEMAND FOR GIRLS WHO DO GOOD WORK. liy ii tli'lloii to tliolr beg-gan- s uillo-stone- cri-pl- - - i s l' a 1 iixi' AsMnlleiililo n Colli or Sllrer and afore Ilunililr Its Vuliio In the Age of Klec-trlrl- lj to Corroslim Stronger Tliini Stisil. Of course the reader teadily understands Unit nliimliilunt docs not occur in nature in n metallic form, mid the great secret is to isos late it from tho substances with which nud ivdil'V it to tho metallic state. The word minus tho metal of clay. As a fact, however, clay soil comes from tlio metal base, not the metal from tlo soil. Combined with oxygen, in ono form cr another, It forms mountain masses and i'l the base of n vast amount of common earths, liy tho act Ion of nir nud water the aluminium comiKiuud Is the alkuli washed nwny mid clay soli ls left. Wo have then to consider the surface of tho tillable earth as ory largely the result of tho deconiiKisltlon of this metal, lenvlng u ixirotis sulntnnce, which v.o pro-- d which wogrowotir icts. The coiiix)tiiid forms of aluminium in fnrfiom uniform, nml include mien, feld-,- . a r, xrpliM. ruby, sapphire, gnrnet, and cnolitc Tho last two comixnindnnro cominonly those uol for extracting the pure inetnl. Hut in America corundum, which is found in North Carolina, is tho mum source of ami probably will ! itnp-jx-at-.), And it was morning' The iiiRlit was dark, Mid mist hung o'er the liilU, And long nnd weary rismiiimI the hours to wait; When, suddenly, a light wns msn Transrendlng moon und stars and brilliant sua; And thu earth, fadisl out from mortal sl!it; s Icy riier had lrvn sifely crosstsl, And it ttnstnoinliii:' 1. rt.irnh K lloltcn in Prank CURIOUSLY MIMETIC i INSECTS. wIm-ih- - ! oer fr ll it-- n lllili) Them-se- ll Ilow .siiiyhi.snii Mutti'i'lllc-es I'lles Wlillli Iteselublii AVaaps. There in a certain butterfly In tho islands of tho Malay nrchix.'lago iU lenrneil name, if anylxxly w lulu's to bo formally introduced, is Knlinia jinralkin) which nlwnys tests muong dead or dry leavos, nnd has itself lenf bku wings, nil sjxrittexl over nt intervals with woo speckles to imitate tho tiny sxit of fungi ou tho fiillugo it robembles. The well known stick and lenf Insects from tho smno licit uciclilwrlit d in like manner exactly mimic tho twigs nnd lenves of the forest among which tin link; somo of them hxik for all the world hko little bits of walking bamboo, while others npfwar in all Miriulics of hue, ns if oiiiiitg hods and full blown leaves nud foliage xpiinkltsl with tho pieces of tints nml molds nt decay had of a sudden raised themselves erect iiixin six legs nud betho Malayan gun incontinently tn Fiiinkeiistciiis in all woodlmidslike their glory Tho larvn of one sin h deceptive Insect, In Nicaragua by shsrp ei'cd ilv, lielt, apxsircdat flist sight liko a mero fragment of tho mo-- on which it rested, its body ling nil prolonged into little thread like green filaments piecisely imitating tho foliage around it. Once mote, there mv common thus which secure prots?tiou for theiaselves by growing into tho counterfeit presentment of wnsjis or hornets, and so obtain immunity from tho attacks of birds or nnimsls. Mnny of these curious mimetic insects aie banded with yellow nml blnck in tho very imago of their stinging originuls, and have their tails sharpened, in tvrroivm, into a pretended sting, to giui point nnd wrisimihtude to the deceptive ji-llo- the Oldest nml Most Honored SufTeriiig lor I.uck of of Calling Workers Oood Wages for I'lrst Clan Work. "There is so much talk nowadays about woman's work nnd tho fow avenues open to her, and yet ono of tho oldest nnd most honored of callings Is suffering for want of workers," said a well known lady tho other day, whoso connection with the Young Women's Chriitian association, tho Women's oxchango mid other similar Institutions has brought her into contact with workers of all classes musician.', nurso?, teachers, dressmakers, saleswomen, factory and shop women, and nil tho grent host who earn their living by doing something which Is coiwidcrod "not mnial." 'I menu bund sowing," said tho speaker. We hnvo wroiistiiut cnlls to supply first class plain sowers, but very few m o on our list. Uy this term I do not mean those who can hem sheets or tnblo cloths, ornnythincof that hind only, but girls who can hemstitch nnd tuck, put on embroidery and lace, mid do all kinds of sow lug necessary in tho making of underwear, liaby linen nnd lino IknI litienl Such work requiies a dainty hand, nnd is an (lit that the gentlewomen of a past generation Wo find put among their nccomplishinents. very fow girls fitted for this work, and yet thero is n largo demand for it." As Is well known, jieople of wealth In New York do not caro for macblno sowing. Every nrticloof underwent' and nil tho household linen, nnd especially tho children's garments, nro nil hand sown. Many families employ n, seamstress by tho month for this purposo, but thero must bo a thousand ethers who would employ ono by tho dny or wick. A young lndy who has mado her living by band sowing for tho past two years was sought out and Interviewed on tho subject Sbo was found In a neat littlo flat ou tho east sido living with her sister, who teaches In ono of tho public schools, nnd with her mother. At first sho was not inclined to talk on tho subject, but afterward consented to tell of her success. 'T nlwnys thought I should liko to bo a teacher, but my people wero not nblo to keep mo nt school long enough, and I was kept at home by illness also. When I found out that I must earn my living somo other way I applied for a ixjsitlon In a store nnd got it; but I wns homo ill In two months. I could not stand for so mnny hours. Whnt to try next I did not know; but a kind friend said, ' Why not do sewing! you sew so beautifully.1 So I ndvertised to do nil kinds of flno hand sowing, nnd nlso applied nt the Women's exchange, and soon I had work. Now I havo mora than I can do." "How much do you mako nt It ?" " Well, moro than my sister, who lias been teaching for three years. I cbargo two dollars a day when 1 work nt people's houses, nnd by tho pieco when I work nt home. I conflno myself nlmost entirely to mnking flno underwear and baby outflts, and my mother cams considerable doing embroidery for tho satno garments. Many ioplo employ mo who onco bought all such things in Paris. Thoy And thnt it can bo dono hero for half tho expense. Frequently they briug me an imported garment nnd nsk mo to mnko a half Jozen like it. " I do not think working on flno white cam bric and linen hall 60 injurious to tuo eyes I om trynnd lungs as general dressmaking. ing to induce my sister to give up teaching mid do work similar to mine, I expect to go to Newport this summer, nnd am engaged by live different families. I shall go from ono house to tho other and keep all tho fine, white dresses and Hngerio in order, nnd mako new ones when desired. I am nlwnys trented nicely, nnd I think going nmong refined people is better than teaching in a public school or working in a store." nOOM AT THE TOP. nan HAND SEWIXO. suix-iiiioi- i - lr More curious still, certain South American butterflies .f a jwrfectly iuoirensive nnd edible fnmily mimic in every spot and lino of color sundiy other butterflies of nu utterly unrelated and fundamentally dUsImilur typo, bul of so disagreeable n taste as never to be eaten by birds or lizards. Conihlll Mngn7iue. itemhlaniv inoi-iletl- i. a r .'lx-ltc- ; nciity hut-iki- y "Ik-for- e r tiiiiui-ixirtm- Ko-ii- Only An lmglUli Actor. ''Great Scotf" suddenly snld an old fash A slnqxir-lu- g ioneil American, "wlwt is thnt obviously aintel, joun,: jxxirl white, lougo nnd black cosmetic having been freely employed to touch up a faco that suggested a juveuilo edition of that aged Ioudo!i butterfly, I.arfn, Marchioness of Allesbury, suddenly presented himself. Flowing unmistakably guilty of tho "auriferous golden hair wash," framed this careA sky blue fully preixircd countenance. moucholr wns thrust into u white wulstcoar. "What is it. I say P roared tho old fashioned Amerlcnn. Pooplo begnn to titter. Tho explanation was easy only nn F.nglLsh actor, who plays nnd recites and mocks tho garish light of day with n "make up" unlike most other actors and actresses, who have quito when they enough of "painting their mv obliged to do so. ''English ' I knew ill English: Thnnk God!" ojaculatod tho oil fashioned American. "Come; let's get out Of this! The hansoms, tho 8 o'clock tea nini und that nro too much for me. I.ef go nnd have some terrapin and duck." If you use your eyes and ears very much in y Nf,w York you will soon nsk yourself if tho American people have tho mental iid moral stamina to profit by inherited wealth. You will wonder if lelsuiv is not the very worst thing thnt can fall to the lot of a lad. Americans ought to have good, strong, tough fibers enough to stand such things without going down under them. Hut Ls it sol In most countries it is tho class of heirs tr. vcalth and idleness that sets tbo standard of literature, upholds nit and encourages science, flut if cither one of tho trio w era to depend, even slightly, uK)ii that samo class in this fountry it would Und Itself leaning on a reed. -- Clara Hello in Cincinnati Enquirer. f liK-k- no-e- s" seri-irisl- This young lady ls evidently at the top of the ladder at hand sewing, and It would seem as though thero was plenty of room for others on tho different rounds. From seventy-cents to fl.no are tho usnal prices paid live to hand sowers, and this, of course, includes meals. There nro a number of women who proin-etuidc- s Globe-Deinocrn- t. u con-(.1- I'lic Mluutca Kiioiigli. "You were speaking of Stephen Field as n gravo and sedato justice, now that ho Is full of years and honor and occupies a seat In oue of the greatest judicial bodies in tbo world," said another of tho party, "but I remember him when ho wns as gay and rollicking a lad as tbo best of us. When tho mining camp at what is now Nevada City was first organized young'I.awyor Field wns elected a justico of the ix'ace. Probably the toughest member of the now eanipwas n noted desperado, Jack Reynolds by nnnie. One day Reynolds was urrcstotl on n churgo of horse stealing. It was a trial by jury, with Justico Field presiding. Tho e idence was not strong enough to convict, but us everybody was anxious to get rid of Reynolds the verdict was: 'Wo ilnd tho prisoner nt tho bar not guilty, but if ho is wLse he will leavo the camp in thirty Tlio verdict nniued tho young minutes.' justico immensely, but ho reinjated It to Reynolds with duo solemnity. Reynolds, whoso ridiculous was quite as keen as that of thu jury, calmly replied, as ho gavo his trousors nn extra hitch: 'Gents, If tho mule don't buck I'll bo out in Ave.' " -- Cincinnati sense, of tho Enquirer. Heating tlin Company. Said a gentleman connected with ouo of tho street railway lines: "You would bo surprised to know how many iwoplo nttempt to beat tho companies out of a fare. Two laborers near tliu terminus of tho road w ill board a cur In the curly morning, put a faro in tho box, tender tho other to tho driver und Jointly advise him to get nil out of the rond ho can. If he accepts neither of them ever jmys that driver ngnin, nnd they generally wait for his car. Hut such u practice is not confined to that clasi. Young men rido on tho front platform to smoke, nnd by adroitly abusing tho company manage to pay tbo driver, who takes tho chances of discharge. "A certain business man has caused the discharge ef several drivers. Ho hands his money for change, leaves a nlcklo with tho driver, fumbles nt tho box while the lever Ls jerked down und funcies that no one will tli cover that the company has lx?en robbed " Louisville Courier-Journal. -i lii e Anglo-IrVixo- trmu-flctis- 12,-00- An I havo lieett Impudent llentur, gUen somo of tho most extra ordinary letters making demands uxm several well known rich people for assistance, and they tiro worth printing somo day. Tin most impudent of nil, however, in ono way, who sent a few days wns tho case of u ngo to a wealthy lady hero, whoso charity is prove! blnl.n letter asking money, by a messenger boy, collect, Tho house of luduv.ry might furnish a very useful employment for thatbeggnr San Francisco Chronicle "Un r earn a living by doing tha family darning and mending. In nil households of any size this is no light task; and three families would give mnny a woman constant employment; $1.50 a week would not bo missed by thousands of New York housekecixjrs, who would mako double that amount in knowing that all tbo shirts were suppled with buttons and tho stockings nicely darned. A higher branch Ls tho making of bed and tablo linen and keeping them in repair. This is much neglected in most households, and as thoro is generally no ono on hand competent to mend flno linen, it is used torn ns it comes from the laundry, nnd much costly damask injured for want of a littlo care. " There Is such a fashion nt present for everything hand made," said tho amiable president of one of the various employment agencies connected with institutions iu this city, "that I think a,000 or 4,000 women could cam n competency by doing hand sowing. Wo hnvo had several demands of late from would bo employers, but wero uunblo to find enough neat nnd exjwrt hand sewers. Tho troublo is that very few girls nro taught to sow by hand as they wero somo twenty years ngo, and gathers, gussets, fellings and such tonus are hardly known to them. Tho work has its drawbacks, of course, but as other Holds seem overstocked it Isstrailgo that mora have not como Into this one." New York Journal. Snsetl by i lteiluccd Milnry. "My Hfowas saved by having my salary reduced," said a robut, middle aged nmn Thero wns u natural expression of surpriso and ho explained as follows: "Ten years ago I was undor bookkceier for RIegel & Co. at $l,-'0- 0 a year. Something happened no matter whnt nnd I was thrown out. I battered around for nbout two months nnd then went to work nt $750. At thnt timo I lived nt Sixtieth and Market, was thin and weak nnd cculdn't wulk a milo to snvo a dollar. At least I thought I couldn't, but when my wages wero reduced so fearfully I had to economize, and I did so by walking home on fair days from Tenth and Market to Sixteenth street say flvo miles. It nearly killed mo at first, nnd then I liegnn to enjoy it In three months I was walking Ixoth wnys, and I've kept it up ever since. Ten miles a day summer and winter, unless during a hard storm, nnd look nt mel Ono hundred and eighty pounds, npjwtitoof an ostrich and not dny's sickness in ten years.- "- Philadelphia Call. dei'toiitt FashionaLe joini;' girls III ibimed brc:iUjfc tbi faijou. lllg llllls for Dry Good, llio head of ouo of tho great New York dry goods llrms wns asked tho other day If ho could give uny idea of tho yearly aggregates otthobillsof his heaviest customers. Twenty-I-I vo thousand dollars, ho said, one woman had spent with him within a twelvemonth, and several others hnd grown jxxircr to tho oxtent of f L'O.lHX) or eio.OOO. Thirty thousand dollars Is not unheard of as the price of the dress Imdoti uaio nnd toiltt equipments of wn oxtrnvngaut . t, " r u. ,. .1- -., .atPsssll'Ill I l 'ill C2iTVI Senw-JBtekl- D Interior lonrnul OLD LETTERS. WILLIS HOUSE, MAIS ST, IUCIIMOMI.KT. i 4 J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. For good Table And clean cd well furnished rooms, thli Ilo'el no superior. Hood Faiuple roomi atucbe A. 20My ua'lMn U 00 Hr dy. l Of wondrous tenderness and grace; Agulu his well known volco 1 hoar, So musically sweet and And ah w hat wealth In every lino, Ills (wart I feel bout close to mine J. Edgar Itussell. A folded short 'tl nil you wt1, And yet bow very dear to me; It lirinff-- t to view a distant fneo clr; UiAHS AFTERWARD. lior wliulow wltb nn open letter upon her kneo. Tho letter was from Knglniul, mul Mrs. gctl(;n U k had livon in her Australian homo nearly wven years. But It was not on account of tlio dhtanco or tho awt of titno that tho letter lmcl ceased to Interest her. It ns liocauso ono hctitvnco In ithailbct her JrcnmiiiK with a linppy smilo tijwn hor fact. A fair faco it was for all tho 53 years that hail passed over it fair and sweet and very womanlike. No one looking At Mrs. Sedgwick would have guessed that bcr life hud been anything hut tranquil and commonplace. Her homo in 1'iirI.huI during her girlhood had boon a very linppy ono; rIio was her f.itlier's housekeeper, comixmlon, friend, for his wifo had died lien Ada was Httlo timiT. thannbahy. Her father called hor his tight hand, and sho was neottstoined to defer to his judgment in ovorythlng. Therefore, hen ho ol;o of James Seilgwlck as a Kille btiitor, it never occurred to tho nud lest girl thiit this was not the Ailn Fat Solglck ly JE. II. FOX, The Photographer, 1 ne lol wf !n JDuiivillc, - - - - Ky. Fraruos Made to Ordor. MEWPOM HEWS & th' in no .a" BO MISSISSIPPI VALLEY THK f? hi rn lo be CO ? SHESftPCIKE Kentuc'lij'H Itoiitc llnm OJ jj AND- HID ROUTE arrangement. glru call a wit Washington, Philadelphia aur Now York. The only lluo running w if rULMIAN NKW - MjUi.L'INM .n Ky I fir m' bT A SOLID TRAIN FROM Louisville, Oinciuaati fc at BE to Washington Oity, Lexington. I Connecting In the aame depot with Fast TrainB for Now York The Direct I'.outc to Lynchburg, Panrllle, Norfolk and all Virgin' Mid North Carolina l'oluta. For ticket! and further Information, anplt t your uesrest ticket office or addreai W. w. Mm roo, General Agent, Loxlnjtou. Ky. W. ('. WK'KIIAM. II. W. t'Ul.l.t'.H 2d Vice Picaldenl. Oen'l Psat'r Ar LrulsTllle. Er. . i 'i ra m cf nc OX I iff.. to b? - th' 8 JOUISyiltr. HtwAlBAKY CHICAtO Rl I A NEW FAST MAIL LKAVltiC. DOTH i LOUISVILLE fc CIXCIXXATI, a B Dally, secures to travelers I THE MOST RAPID SERVICE Ever attempted between the great commercial cities on the Ohio Hirer aud tlilcayo, and hence the fastest tlmoanj most comfortkble tralnt be tWeen all pulnts In the.S'oiifi, or to thu U'cst of this train nu&Atirtlnretit. fho umute on all trunk Hum la denominated The UttHt-ft- l JCjritvens. Theauperbrollin;slcck we emptor giro pitrona I'tilimlteit Comfort. Coufon ilctoi Ulhcei in the South you will tind our tluio tablet and tlcketa. fay Jto-fiot- i. Eet Motion and stick to Motion, if you waiittosate tuooty and hare a rleauui lour-"BK.O.MrCORMIOK, General raenger Agent. Cnicago. City Ticket Agents and Olhcers: C A IK'CKNKR, 227 4th Ate.. Loulirlllo, Ky I. M. losaa.N( k. 12y V ne iu, Cincinnati, O y. 4 t7 ft? fl( EHTUGKY et GEEHTfiflL I. & tl "illuoGriiNM Huute." Shortest and Qniokest Boate from Kentuolcy to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Faat Line Between If ui, :l a . 1Z XiEXlXUTOX A U1XCIXXA 16, 1686. "JT77 I ' bcbedule In K.lect May oTs BOOTH-HOON- NoTT Dally 8 10 9 17 a U hi Ltc. Corlnjton.. tjun.l IKx riu " .. Arr. t'arla " Lexington. l.re. Parla... Arr. Wincheater . " CnthUna. Kalmnuth .. ' ... iu 11 12 8 10 a ra 3 0 a uj ;11 2 (12 10 VO tj a iiumu tapn IU,10 40 pull 24pu pm puit am la piilj 2 eo P ' 3 28 P 4 38 p u 5 15 pii 6 10 . I. 5 22 P 615 P 7 16 P i! tl b' 1 u t I i i Bt tc' G i & B if ci or fr ' a a i a' di of 3 "STftSlW. tl ago." Thou she went to her gins, and blushed to find 1kw joung and hapjiy she was losing. Ami r friend, happening to her that day indorsed her own opinion bv wiving? No. 3 No. II No. "Why, child, what have you lioen doing to yourself Have vmi found the set ret of Lte. Urltiislou. ., vuth.'' It wnsHii old woman who " .1U2C am . sjioke, and u womnn who lovetl her. It lid Arr. hlchinond .. . II 45 a ml. been letter for Jlrs. Sslgwiok if she liad met Lto. lowland .... ., 7 '.'0 a ui . ' hinuoter ... S 11 am . some one about her own years but a little lo, 11 00 a ui Arr. Ulohuioud.., comely; somo one who would have nilvisl 1 lUpn I. to. Richmond 6 01 a ra her sweetly to try mune eiiiciiiower unsli, the Arr, Winchester.... 2 in p m 7 00 a ra hentw.isso Irving for the complexion, some g 80 p m 8 00 am.. . Arr l'arli one who would have symiwithied with her I 45 p u 7 25 a m 2 ft pu otihorlovi, nud I.to. Iixlus'lou iwde her not iret niueh, 3 80 p ui S 20 a in 3 10 pu L.T6 riru fretting ruined tho eyew nud turueil 3 59 S " Cynthlana f in 10 55 a nil 4 17 pn hnlr gray. Then, peihajts, she would the " Falmouth ... 4 17 p m Ola ui 6 18 pic have 6 00 ) in 11 30 a mi 6 45 piu Arr. Corlnzton ... gone hoiiMa feeling n Httlo ilepreMeil. and not on the best of terms with herself. 51AYMVII.I.K Ult.lM'll. Hut as it win, glass nud fileud alike rTi.fll, I No u told tho same Ihitteriug .tnlo, and neither had Dally I Dally nro but tejolciiig that the reminded li i Ex. tiuo.Hx. tjui ravages of eighteen years of worry nnd dis2 00 p u Ltb Corlnifton-..- .. tress are lieing eriiseil, and that you nro " Islington 7 2J a m 4 25 p a to hwk as n linppy woman of ;W I'ari 8 15 a m 8 20 p u " 8 40 a in 5 41 p w should look Arr Mllleraburt: .... " Carllile 9 01 a ml 6 03 p in So she tol herself : "What do wisi mat. " Joboaou 9 43 a m 6 50 p to My lover is coining to mo my lover, " Mayarllle IIP 30 a m 7 to p u ter? who has kept einglo for my sake, who has No. 52 No. 64 seen no woman in ull this time who has Dally Dally Ex. Sun. Ex. bun taught him to forget ntel Oh! w Iml and tide bo kind, shorten tho voyage, if onl) by an 5 M m 12 55 p a I.ve MayTllle hour I grudge every minute that we nro G 37 a m! 1 3'J i) in Jobinmi., 7 25 a m 2 23 p u. separated now." Carllalo 11 7 40 a UI 2 50 p a Mtllcrabur; 8 10a mi 3 15 p a Tho wind and tide wero kind. Thu good Arr Furl' 9 05 a ml 6 10 p a " Iilnton ship Greta was having n most fuv oruble II SO a in t! 00 p m " Cirlntton .... too favorablo for ono of the passengers. Col. Keatly had obeyed nn impuUo iu sail2,'otk Tralna 3 and t are dally between Win ing for Melbourne ns soon as tho nows of Mr. cbMter, Lexington and Cincinnati; other train. Sedgw Ick's death reached him. Hut now, as aw dally except Bunday. Direct conn, ctlona are made at Wlnchoator wltb each succeeding day seemed to bo drawing Chesapeake A Ohio tor lit. Merlins, Alhland around him chains which ho was not at all Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern ell. siiro ho w lihed to wear, ho would fain havo lea prolonged tho voyogo iudufluitoly It was Fast Line: Not. S and 4 run Tla Winchester holld Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betweet true that ho had cnreil for Ada Sedgwick. Cincinnati aud Klchmond, Va., and Wlucheate Ho had pitied her inexpressibly; ho loved to and WMhlugtor, D. C. see her mild eves turueil to him for sympathy, Tbrouijh tickets and battle checked to reached by rallroA J. nlmo.t it Memeil for protection. And For full particulars, til: on any tgent of thf then oho night, when tho sense of pity nud protection wis strong upon him w lien Ills D.A.FEELEY, bload was n at m with wine, with iiiiisio, donTrar. Faas. Agent, Geu.raM. Agent, Uxlnmon, Kt CoTlnzton. Kt ers, a" I i'i lo i to x lout ion f . I lilllnut . E. !IUNTlNliT'N' IVieirer, .,- won Is h seri Ky. Ueneu! V 9e '.'."j'Wi t liti4 budtf U'jr '.pre tor 2 00 pm 3 20pui 5 45am1 , in-v- t tJouTn-ltoONIk-re- Lannuter ..... rilanlorj Lre ltlchuioud... . Arr. LWea " LlTlngtoB. Klcnmuuu. . , .1 5 07 pui 6 00 p UI ; w 20 p:-- i 1 10 41 n in 11 20 pn that had dreamt such wonderful things, and had been enable of performing so little, was at rest for ever And, even iu tho tivo months that hndelnjul since Mr Sedgwick's death, his widow had grown younger and there was almost fairer to lookuKu. a youthful rose tint on her cheek, and n shy, happy expression in her dreamy ejes. The letter upon her kneo was only n lady like etTuslou from a friend who kept her well up iu nil tho nows of tho Ixmilon season. Sho read it listlessly enough until she enmo to ono "Do jou remember Col rCeatly! sentence He has ti ldeidj surprised us nil by starting for Austi alio. Xo one seems to know why. I wondtr if you will como ncrosseadi otherf "No cue seems to know wh' I know,'' to herself. "Helms not forAda w liiqiei-egotten me. Heaven has guided mo through long years of misery for such happiness as stiiely no woman over felt befoie. Do ( remember Col. Keatly! Is there a word ho ever spike U' me, n look holms ever given me, I huvo forgotten. I wonder if he bus nged more than 1 liivo (louo. He is only two ymrs older, nnd women, they say, are so much in advance of men in the mutter of To-da- timo what Not handsome, not iltoinguiihed, but eminently nlco looking, with w hite hnnils. rntvf ull. tniimied nails, and hair and whiskers which did credit upon them. His printo the turns ciples, too, were Irreproachable, eon If they were expivtftd in platitudes. He liad a httlo money nt his father'n ileutli, with which ho wont into a promisin,;, sound-inbuslnerf as partner. "A certain fortuue," ho Mild, and his friends lieheel him, for thoy had not found out then that o ery new Mhemo he put his hands and his money into was, In his opinion, n cot tain foitune. Nor did they in thto duy.s piMigo that his liking for a gl.is of bherry, his ilesiro to lw hall fellow well met with ovcryono with whom he came in contai t, woukl end by him saddening his bniins with coiitiumil tiiiping, what is woro than a con-- t until lie llrmeil dninkard a man who, diop by ilrop, sips nwnyhis health, his money aud tha of his friends. Fortunately. Ada's father did not live to Ho died while yet sfo this consummation hLs daughter seenied iu n fnir way to a happy and prosperous life. Tho first strioti-- s blow that fell on Mrs. Sedgwick was the quarrel between Iter nnd his titer. They were Imth liiuty tetnix'nsl men, but Mr. Sedgwick wna in addition obstinate, weak nnd foolish in juilg- nient. Ho left tho business a far imoier man than when ho joined it hiinply Kvatiso he was too irrltnble nud pig headed to allow matters to Ih smoothly arrnngwl for him. Hls next enturo was on the Stock HaMiig mined hiuisolf, as fur as lay ill his (tower, ho voted Knglnml slow ; only n place for fogies and money grubU-rWould Ada mind going with him ahroadf "Would she mind! It was the one thing to savo her. The one thing the hud hocd for since unother, a fur dearer, voice lind whi.p-eatl- : "Come with mo to FIJI, to Timhuctoo anywhere' Qivo mo love's right to guard and protect ou." l'osslbly, if the years could uae come back, oven when nt their bitterest, Ada Sedgwick would have acted nguiu as lie arttsl when the temptation was strong ujxni her. Sho loved her good uaiiio. Sho lowsl to Ui in high esteem among hor fellows. Sli loved even to hear (vople say w hat n devoted w ifo sho was, though she knew tho devotion was to duty alone, not to tho husband shudcplx-d- . Well, it was over now. Tho shallow brain Jauuw Sedgwick mivs at tlii.H nlco looking man ltoed g bet-Hiii- htisv-bon- it c. s Watching tlin Shadows of tho Speaker. Milking Up ii X'ulr Iteport. "I remember ono occasion, mora than twenty years ago, when tho representatives of several papers were directed to leant all thoy could about n secret caucus. Each man was on his metal, but all wero kept at n safe from the loom iu which the noted met. When the meeting was called to order tho roKrtors wero In despair, becattso they wero under guard, as it wero, iu a room separated from tho assembly ball by a wido corridor, or so shunted that they could seo nothing nud hear nothing. Hut It so happened that along that side of tho hall weio a number of low w Indow s. The heavy ground glass proventcd thosi who used the corridor from seeing what was going on within, but admitted tho light, "As tho sovenor eight newspaper men wore sitting disconsolate, looking ucross to tin! ciuicm room, the shadow of a man npeurcd ou tho glass of tho almost continuous window extending along tho side. Somo ono had mounted tho chair to address tho chairman of reoognlied him by tho meeting, and the bo his gestures. In the midst of what appeared to I io n lather exi iting speech he was pulled down f roin behind, nml another man n little further to tho front iHped up Tho now speaker was lecogniced by the contour of his head nnd tho cut of his clothes. Tlie ivportn scattered at once to different iioitita of obser vation, and when the caucus ended they had n pretty fair isird of tho persons who had jwkfii. Knowing how the speakers stood on the question liefore tho inciting, they made up from tlieir shadow iiUimiine cerUin pltjgnosticHtl' ns n to what whs mid, on which they iutrviewed every ninn whose shadow they liad seen on the ground gbua of SiHi the windows "I don't wonder," he sold, sovngely "Going to one man a lepoito would sy. n graceful wnlUer must needslx miswd when 'linker talks too much with Ins tinrnU, doeMi't there is dancing going on." He alluded to a reinlnUoouoe of his last hef and then he would go through tlss clmracterlstlc of Mr linker wln'n he caniHiigii in the shape of a bullet which hud shattoiod his left hip and rendered him lamo was much excitnl, accoruio ing them with certain doclnrntlons of hLsown. This w Mild for life. "Dancing is not everything," sold the glil. lie greeted w Ith n laugh and correction would "You used to 1h able to tulfc. No-- it om le tnaik' To another man another reort4r would say that his remark luul v ou can only growl. What's tl matterf' " by some one who lnimh ked hi Margnivt" Klliott wns an Hilunrablo speel men of nu lhiglUh girl, U, supple iiikI and who gave out the impretn that tho old .graceful in llgure, with thick chestnut Imlr geiitletiiau haul made a gis of himself, and and clerir, gmy ujis. Her very benuty and the reporter would Imlulge in someextravH frank, oh iimnuer annoved Cl Kwitlyjust cant gestures hnrnctritic of tho )niker This would lie followtvl ,y nn indignant thou. ami by a hnaty statement of wb it lie dkl "I supose yini are overjoved at the pro jvet of n sis.h1v ending to"tlK vojage'" I say. Working iu ihrs way tlie sove l men luklmght had by comjiarmf notes and ' said, testily. "Why, no, I've had a delightful time licre. observations written out a pretty fair rejiort ', nud I know I shall feel something of n wnif of what occurred Inside tls hall." Inter Ocean 'Cin Ihujiw Craywu." In Melbourne." "Hut you havo relations tlwref" The Niil.uurri of l'irl. "That Is tho very reason. I liave two slaTlie Itoulevanl Is lxcotiilng more nnd more ters nml a brother all married; iiimI uiatumn is enraptured nt the Idea of being introduced dUngreeable, owing to tho rontlmml Increase to her new soiisniul dnughterniid Uveir Imbios, of processions of ragged sandwich men, who while I shall feel neglected nml nlon. You by day curry lnv;e placard uioiuitotl Imiiivet know single daughters don't count for much w ie on hi1s. and by night transparent In tlr shpeof lanterns or luminous with mothers." Hatters, cheap jewelers, music "Then you will 1 a little sorry to lenve tambourines. linll ktejier.i, snowmen of all kinds nnd of all your friends of shlpbosinir grades resort to this fnetbod of obtaining "Very, very sorry most of them." IrtibhVi'v nml impeding circulation. Another "Do 1 count among those, Mfes Klliott '" In tin) starlight she seemed to lhisli and nuisance i the howling "comelot," who deed droop a little era sho answered, vvith n lu sccontt rlasn newspniiers nml broaiUhccbs striving nfur her old nlr of mrekM gosl nrxl bowls his wnro fixm morning until midnight. News, scandal and ornot;Mphy slwire fellowshii. In almost spil the nt lent mo of "Most certainly you do " As he watched tho slight trouble of lier tbeae lnre voiced nnd lMirrit le erenture, nnd wliose cries innler tho faco the thought enme ngnlu, us It luul come whose often tluriug tho lat few days, tliat liere mm boulevard n most dUagreenble itrmiteiHiile. Tho otlMr day a group of artist proftfug out of tho mewlm that surn wny of rounded him. His fretslom was gone from nu anient love for 1'arl, and having nt their to sur head the great MeiMsnnier, protested ngntnst him forever, but was it not rander it to this bright, joyous, youthful girl the ereet ion of the 1,(00 foot KilM tower, on the ground that Itwotikl dUtlguro ami fill w blow, w ith memories than to a jvile, I'ari", tho queen of cities. In the internnd sentimentalities out of the pit, which would bon constant reproach to him' Ho est of r.srbi it woukl be perhaps advisable to had grown to hato the remembrance of that protest aguimt the disfigurement of the street moment of iassion, lie had grown todrnul of the capital by the) crowds of sandwich is doubtthe recalling of it which undoubtedly tho men nnd bnw ling haw ker. l.il-r- ty less an excellent thing, iMit iu I'aris wo mo future held for him. ith its So it came to pass that when Mrs. Klliott beginning to have too much of It streeUniHl its monuments, Itn thefound her daughter, an hour later, and summoned her to bed, Col. Keatly stood up nnd atres, its One houses nml its mild climate, said, tho old charm of manner, the old chlvnl-roir- s Paris ought tj Is) n favorite winter citv Hut if the authorities do not look to it, and if the grace quit restored: make an elfoit "Mist. Klliott, I give her to you now, but it Parisians do not theuthelve is with the understanding that someday, not towanl gnjetv and elegance Part will soon far distant, ) ou will give her Ixick to me ns lwjoino neither n fnvorit winter city isnr a favorlto summer city. Theodore Child in my wife." Voi , (lis-danpoll-tlclnI ' I , tho sake of tho caco nnd Ioto tho ftitttro might hold She refused even to listen, and bo experienced ft nenso of dlsapiKiititnicnt not so ioweiful ft feeling by any means as would havo been the weariness nud disgust which would havo ensued had she granted his request; nnd ns tho years elapsed ho recog- ' nted the truth of this, and felt grateful to her, Inasmuch as sho had allowed him still to keep alivo his interest in an attachment to I her. Hut now things wero changed. It was possiblo nay, was it not his duty I to ask her to liecomo his wife. Was he glad at tho I prospect r Ho thought of all sho had endured, and how linppy ho might mako her futuro. Fatal tl ought' Was It his mission to sootho n widow's declining ycnrsl Tho freshness, tho beauty had gono out of hor life, whllo i for him sweet flowers still bloomed, waiting only to bo gathered. How many eyes, sb,y or bold, in tears or smiles, had looked Into his since last ho saw herl Seven when tho lapse is I years may work sad havoc from 31 to 33. Tho Greta was ioediiig over n calm son. In four more days thoy were duo nt Melbourne. Col. Keatly, sitting smoking in the shadows of tho lout, felt iriitoted with things iu general. He felt Irritated w ith tho favoiablo wind nnd tide which were bearing him so swiftly to his destination. Hough 'weather, n very tenqiost, would Iihvo Usm more congenial to his mood just then. The sounds of the wall measuto played on tho jKwpdcLk, to which many feet were moving in tune, also in iUitesllnm. It iiritMed him nniioving to Ik. left alono with his thought", although when n v oioo Imude him first , broke iu on his luverie ho put it down nt as nn extra source of worry. "All iilono. Col. Keatly! I cbiim to look for at your you. livery om is In REPORTING A SECRET CAUCU3. EUROPE Conversation AND THE Novel ORIENT. Chinese mid ( onellisloii. Somo time ago a friend of mine, who lcaks tho Chlncso Innguago, IMeucl to a and a between n Chlii'"i tMiivcrsntlon Japauoso diplomatist which forcibly illtis tiatisl tho progress that Ktltopcuu Ideas havo lletwexit ,limiiese IMplountt itVI'! latW' ' I affc QfsaaHP '!JHss "! niado iu tho mt deir ( ! , I de-ui- al lie-fo- re ' the question as to how much of western clvllljitlon it was desirable to Introduce Into their icspcctlvo countlles. The diplomatist from China wits greatly Impressed with tho Immeasurable KtiHrloiity of Kutois'im K'lonces over tin) thing of tlio Th In sort exitlng thnt cmpiiv Jiiuesi fullv agnssl with his fiiilid that profit lioth China nud Japan should to the titteimost by tho fruits of modern inventions and discovery; but he that that was not enough nud that - sisaaasr Proswd to say something mora was needed what it was he replied that to the a leiiini HE PORTMAN HOUSE they ought to mid the religion of l.tiiop-ThBARBER SHOP, Chlnnmnn dlllerod from hi filend on that xint, but the latter rotated his opinion JLxsF. J TIIDSl'MIS, l'IIOI"lt He said that id in vet stronger language. though the .THjinneso government did not Work ilons In the UImI "tyl' wlih nestnrsi know mui h Hhont tlie ('In Minn religion and Ij.Iii and i Inlilieii'a wurk IutI ml dlstch nttu lusl ii., i in .n- - inisirtams' to it tlmn thoy lid did anv other form of siipernalural liellef, tin v at one tune neiionslv thought of taking j coAL.A'j.,.v?er;,,l.:r,,.rs.J. it I'M r nniLsiiitltiiig It the religion uf the state, l. sni.i.iHjs, iiulaiu, (ilT nu) llie Lhinainiiiitllle.xptssH,l hi imrtsluhty trial. the nixlfun of such a prueissling, but trossatasKM . the Jnpnneso i liuclied hi opinion by referring to the cane of the Turk. 1x.k at the Turk," he said, thoy have Hvnihsl thenwlvnof all of the lntieflU they ! could del ive froni lii'alern rieniv. They have gunlM'al and Ironclad and artillery, but yet Mill, in: imiii inn N lence in they are lonlnsj ground ever) ilav this lustai.is- - due not surniv l rret national ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, dHV,a.il therefore am fornix! toU'heve that the Tuiks have made a mbrtakx in lick 1 Prsmium, Sl.000.00 Ing to their religion inrteail irf mlopting tliat 2 Premiums, 3S00.00 each of tlio stronger race " S250 00 " 6 Prcmiumj, Thl rvtuaikalile eoinersHtion took htce in ' 3100.00 25 Prcmiumj, IMHlon. As ovklenre ttmt, o far m. tlw S50.00 100 Prcmlumi, diplomatist was csHicerned, it wa JarH S20.00 " 200 Premiums, not empty wond, I may mention that, at SI0.00 " 1,000 Premlumi, autborilirM, a com of the JaiMlMwc Hit isnintry for the miUee lias Ux'iifuruMsl iu t In u .,ri il ,' f n.l .Ins us Vi ..an-- ' ..rrir r ,. Hirie Inof rUblihing female Usinling the itv of Toklo. They dnre to h1k1 ettablMMsl bwtilHtioat in vstm-- ( hristiau ladio would iuirt Instrnelloii, Isoth nvular gnUof tlw up-nml isdigiou. to Japan? and am aMinsl( b) a fiitwi.1 who w I nig th" InUrisitisI m tlie matter tliat w r. tiMiti i i. .. .Hi I tixerinn'lit w ill l ma h TIk' Jamnea ng i All tb.- - I'VTTl in , I iO lj , mxitli-- althHigli utlort' ktitcal him.f, I rear f'i malili eaLncrlhllit; f..f qnitM willing that lit daugfater ahmibl l taught any religion wh cb woukl eiwlile them ric-The J:nsal to Is'ttar their comlitko in thUwoiH -- New York Mail and Kxnrua. e far east. The two men weiodls-cussin- g elico 1 at $25,000.00 IN GOLD 1 iii; i I r las, WONDERFUL SUCCESS. i. , y 1 e riii r llri-u- Sesii-Weiol- i Tim stttrj f ii I'ley. ndver-tloinnt- a pre-ion- est-aj- tn dii-hon- entirely original, the having changed the construction entirely ami kee4nst only iIki motif. Sis? originally solal the pU) )enrs: ago to Harry MouUjrue ami It was played by him in this country under another name. He, however, received hi San l'renoiseo oiler ami left to accept It Hot hem fell in love with thepnssnmt vns to have pnluced Ily it had hUdeoth not isvurml Jut tln-tlss teruia of tlie contract it levort. d to Mrs. lleekett ami it was Hgxin odd by her to Mr Plymidon. About two irKHitli lsfore It wa imslutsisl iu lAtndon site waoskrsl l n ib slMW-- t lisher for whom sjs worked to write novel Tlie H'isn was alluring, but she had U-- u bUhiI .Inuuo Hart on Key tell an old the llmt Kngli'h pnaluetlon f Jm k,1 which enjoyeil wnb a prujrou run at the Grand last week. It seetiM tliat Mr. Henry Iterketi, the author, took her liiiraUon f cm an ok I French pJay, but her work on the piece wart trv )emorest's llHatrottut 7Vagaine Tfnt I i fcilsrss of for lrra li" Cu . nli' On1 ' Year, Both pusL.crrons, $3,50 iTHREE FIFTY), Wilh Tni yor In I own l i ID .djiioEB'i'a rr t TKJG BES.l nil lilt -- ( m, ' nor n.. h ..si .isisu xrte.ir- - t .i si, in ii atti aitiiis,, i sni'isi Aim. it. llui Mi'411 wri' Tire. si ltln'1 utrtl trltk Ur,f)l- -l strrt !' VI uirii-A- i IM. ar as- - m J'A)effrrrf , till 'Umirl II tHxIrul i. mnt.ifj C !' .1 HserMss. f KjiIi Mi;aliic m Inln a chi-o'J. r .; r ,. UmifH. tir .Una hi,, In iloiali sla tlw no tlsriiK' lutmlv lay ami tunnel it into a novel, putting lu only enough ihsscriptiosi to coniswt tlie sCeuee. tk u iim' mi i in il'innK h HKMi'll lo .!' V,-- : ii lu,- n nf lion t , cni-den- Ixmilon kl. JtOia, . lio-ca- Minds, mid tho blood wa surging so in her veins tliat her sight was dim .She sum utilv the tail llgme and dark Imnd- Mime fas of Iter one time lover. Slie with extended hands 'Donald, I knew j on would come U) me." He took her hands in lioth his own, mid, lieing emotiotml and easily impited, felt for a moment almost overcome. Tlien, ere th he said: silence grew einlmn-nslng- , voor trimMe I "I was sosoti j came nlmcs.t asioou as wo landed, and I hnve brought someone wiioin I think ou will Iki glad to mo for my sake Mb Klliott, my intended wife.'' Tho mist would not clear, stnve as slie might. Her blood seeniHil to How thickly ami slugguhlv. She tried to sinsik, in vuin, cniiH-forwai- snt in her room ono hot afternoon pretending to road, pretending to work; but putting aside Isotli book nud nwdlo from time to time to gaze at herself in the mirror and commune hnppilj with her own image. Since tho Greta was signaled, two duvs ugo, her heart had liovu inn constant flutter. Hi r cheek flushed at cv en footstep, and she would not leavo the house for fear of At last a missing the e.xpoeted visitor. servant entered, and, with the first words, "Col. Keatly," Mis. Sedgwick stalled to her feet, she did not wait to hi ar "and a lady," Sho ran with wlip h the sentence lliulu-i- l swiftly d"W u the stairs, never e en piusing for another look in net glass Indeed, site had forgotten herself, she thought ouh of him sho was nboul to met t, after so long an aleiiis'. was dark with cnie-lullThe loom slie enU-ns- l Mrs. Sedgwick y e!(Kl One Way to S.ito Money. "I never go to Chicago," wild a pate, John Oakhurst style of faro dealer, "without getting broke No mallei how ilrudy I make up my mind not to do it, I ulwajs land nt a fnro to 1m n game nud nlwuvloM' Thsre fatality about it Often nml often 1 have lieeu cmluirrasaod ay for money to railroad fine away, nml am nlwnys ou bnd terms with myself for n mouth I divided On one occasion uf lei wnnl my money r.ml gave half of it to Parson Davie, with stiiet itiAtriti'tioiH not to bt mo have it until 1 was ou my way to the train That same day I got bi okc as usual, Immediately bunted up Da vie ami liutdu dissuch a strong talk to him that he gusted, gave me back my money ami told mo uv er to come In hi place again. Ily night I sm "The novel came out IWore the jUny dhl," mid Mr. Key, "ami some linek writer in lin-doiveiveil It dramatic value amljturiHsl It Into a phiy At lurk would luive it, our )kvy wa produced anonymously ami tho liack wiiter wa there He wa Mtosmded, nnd when ho saw Ui- - IVeckelt reasmdlng to tlie calls for 'nuthor,' ho rni-- d nch a row that we were obliged to conduct him Uiiml the scenes t her He wns so enraged that lie Ho claiunsl to bo tlie could hardly sxak Author of tlie play and tlirootene.1 Iter with nil sorU of terrible things. At lost he said, 'Why, madam, I can bring you the novel I took It from ' "Very well,' wild Mr l.s Uett 'hi ing the novel and plnv to inv liniiv tv morniw ' Sine enougii he turned up w ith thu ilucuinenta, wlireuion 1k rrliiissi , r play 1, with n I'mtisl Stntm oopy right ten cars tojfetlier with n novel ami a Mt r frni tie isilillalter ceitifying that h was the autl, ir nn tier own play. 'Tills,' sis mid hlliun up Iter play, 'was what mv novel wa wrltb u from.' 1I wilte,l at that, foe tins is tb ollnehlug clause of ropy right law. N twi'h stamling all this, however, lie nll i I i ' Chicag'i N TilU' Kinniet foi n 1 lir- prto if of Ft" Q ll.lr - .1 I .III I, I i, 4ific .le'lon , .1 l, . Mils ii rii.i ni l.i nui ufax 'i.r.-it i f i ilmSsiifa till V Tte .. j il.si l -- HI iu, Hi I' luslialrd r ami in nek t . pura no. ei lar I ii i ti -- li VI I'M . . ,tsi il.iiairitmt "r i rr ltt1)U Iwm s"e, 4Mil., I.' i, 'ri'hwi ' i It I. rie di.uellv lot .!ei- II . Ilrlsrail tats? It r. am. ' ,." t,.ln'e,i n I falls H7 ihr l.s -- ! l st Js.ilar mi1'0 tie -- i , MlUitTh' S""ll, the - ih b) W.J uu.-,- - ! tot, 'ANoiiv'p;c:At. Interior ;o,:-.- mc JoraM ?l & 50 Per Year. i0 Inx-hi- toierof then maiion inoveiuont towanl the sofa, but fell fainting to the floor liefoie sho could hadn't a cent "The next trip I made to the ity however, I struck a scheme that I am thinking aliout KiteuUug lu thu ovomng I folt the old fascination creeping over me, and tat down and tried to reason w ith myself. I knew if I gave some of my mono to a friend to keep for mo I would bo certain to make him give it tmck, ami that it whs no use to try to stay anay from the game l'miilly, by Jove' I bit it, I got on envelope off the hotel clerk, put half my roll in it, duevted it to myself, stnmpod it and put it in thu mail lox. Yon i. in liet I didn't get that money till next inorning. L'uclo Shiii wouldn't givo ,t up until tlie mail carrier came nrouud, and then I postal it again nnd kept up the oiratiou until I was l uu ly to leave. didn't havo to Ixnroiv for n tnilixjail ticket that trip." Kl Paso letter 1 HOaTH-IiODM- ,1 , 1 .'iOPTll-BoPN- i 11 . jvis-sag- e o'-t-- The Contradictory Itr.iliinln. The brnhmiu isn bundle of cxtraonliuniy Witness him buying n loud contindictlon of wood from n pariah. Ho hails the unfortunate creatine, who, ssttlng down his blinleu, edges nwny while tho brnhmiu it 'J ho luiihiniu then moves away. The imrinh approaches tho wood, and with his baud U'foii) hU mouth, lest his breath touch tho ersoii of tho august purchaser, he concludes tho rale. No pariuh uses the public highway made by Hritlsh money and un"Yes." noble brahmin I don't like hor. She's a bad der Hiitlshsuiiervbiouwhilon "Well, then, I tell you she's in lovo passes. Hrnhmiu youths nro licset from their woman; for, Donald, tedious restrictions; tho dignity of with you. Of course you don't know it, men birth with their own dlsnity Is n theme mo so stupid; but she is, sho Is ami, Donald, their race nndtires with their parents. Per-bnwhich never I shall never go and soo her ngnin." their only luxury Is that of taking snuff, Ho did not press her. Indeed, on vcond law interferes nnd lays thoughts, ho concluded it would lw better if and lu this even thewhen thoy mny ticgin; to goto seo Mrs. Sedgwick down a ceitaln age ho himself did not a bachelor this pleasure is piohlbitod; snuir ngnin. Iu after years, should thoy meet, taking can only lwgin with matrimony. San things would go smoothly, but now it was a Francisco Chi onicle little uncomfortable. And Col. Keatly linted to bo niado uncomfortable. He Henry in lulilleu Dress Improver. Homo Chimes. . Mr. IalKuicberc mention a moit curious object, which is culled the io rt of Jilbi!e Noted Men at Chess, jubilee dro impiover." It ojaculates "God Count von MoltkeU n goxl ches jilaj er, Save tho (Jiiroii' wheuever the woutsar sit, hut not nearly as good a Prince Hisuinrck, don it. w ho ha often lxiteii him at tho game. PresiSan Diego, t'd, lin ono of tho wisest dent Grevy, M. do Fifjclimt ami M. Is.u Siv nu fie U.t thiiv iilujiuw in Friiu v. Ciiititimiiii in th world. Ho i u laundry s man, aivi he has kept nu ndvertsttiut ' sliug toKtMtiithnl, thoexuL All t', iu :'. io ' t i.it tor Uitv.vu j cars. . roach it. "I will come and see ycu again when jou nro stronger," Col. Keatly said, as, luslored to consciousnew, Mi's. Sodgwick niuilo nu eircrt to utter some commonplace seiiteiioef, "You have overta.xetl your strenth. You need lest nnd quiet. Good by; tnkeenreof y ou rs.'l f G ix 1 bless you. ' "Donald," Margaret Klliott mid, iu they walkeil away together, "didn't you tell mo you only made Mrs. Sedgw ick's ncqunilitauco after sho was married nililieiuv Tlie feet Mid legs of some of the iMrtici xinUwev blisling from wonmU mmle by carelea iliseluilge of guns, but this wa quite disregarded. G nemlly some cyiss nro put out nnd some lnesnre lost by exlnintHnt I saw ono fellow can led these celebralioiiN otr bleeding, but I was told that ho was tho victim of a bloody feud, for this is the 0en season for the vendetta, a opular institution Indeed, it issald that thoso ill tin counti) feuiLi c.xht nmoiig the mountain trilxwt during goiienitions, nud that n man feels It a ixnnt of honor to kill a low of the tl ilxj w lu, It n hundred years befoio may have put uu end s to his mother iu law Tangier Cor. Host oi i Transcript. greitt-uiiclo'- Itnrbaioit llallct nt TiihkIi , t it Onemvage liallet I niMineil; . of tlssso Ptllbms dlviiksl into two j dnt faco eni'h other, and at tho nouiid of uh- an I drum, dance forward ami Ian k. passing through esuh ntbri' Uisf, lirnmlislnng thin gun high iu tlie air, until nt u dut in w hen one platoon glvew a w ild sin i, , reversing the unuurles of tho guns ! II., ground, aisl giviugu simultaneous leapintlix air, tliey lire oir all to'i'ilui- Tin u this 4HtNin runs oil' to an HtUiidnut who Mtamlsbv with an oiien liair of i.n,l. r i, iiload, and it place i taken In I)h iIhiiis- - lij a fresh insip saw this thing kept up for an hour to the intense delight of performers Und Sciatica, al-n. i.i-1 BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment ouriEs Ccratciics, Contracted Lumbago, Ilhcuniatiim, Barm, Scaldi, Stings, Bites, Spralm, Stralm, Stitches, Moidfi, Kruptioni, Hoof All, Screw Wortui, Swinney, StiffJolnts, Backache, Oalli, Sores, Spavin Cracks. Brulici, Bnnlont, Corns, SaddloQalli, Piles. r The Itiiiitlilitck's Income, Whllo I was having my shins iolUlusl the other day nt the stand, which, iu the evening is the nucleus of tho crowd of loafers that hang around the corner of Myitle nveiiiionnd Fulton stieet, I asked tho Italian, who keos it, how much money a dn he took in. He told me that $'S or f" was the average umoiiut. "And this is as good a sp.it for your hiisiues, is it not, asnny in the cityP "No," ho replied, there are stands near tho bridge that mako from 4?1" to iM n day I uswl toluivun tlneei lunr stand ut the Grand Central depot, New York, that paid me three times us mui h - I make here. I iaid J,W a month rent, here I y $U) a month lent" "Wliydid ou leave New York'" I asked. "Oh, because tnere were too many hoodlums nrouud then- - They uvsl to steal my black, lug and lo.. e me in other ways. Then nguiu I liad i offer of G00 for my privilegu there, undla.it was too much money to l.i IJreofclyn EgU. n- THIS COOD OLD STAND-D- Y accomplishes for cv crjbodr exactly what la claimed for It. Ono of tlio reasons for the great popularity of tbo Jlmtani? liulmcnt Is found In Its mil reran I nppllcnbllltr. CTCrybody needs inch a inedlclni'. Tho J.UDiberiiinii needs It lu case ot accident. Tho Iltiiisrwlfr needs It for Kcncral family tie The Cannier needs it for hi teams and his men The Mechanic needs It always on his work bench. The Mlnernecdsltlncasoof and bis stock yard. emergency. The The Farmer needs IMoneerneedalt-can'tKOtaWgwIth- I' It In bis house, bis stable, out economy. The Steamboat mnn or the lliintmnii nredi It la liberal supply afloat and aihore. Tho Horse fiuiclrr needs It- -It Is bis bet friend and safest reliance. The Slack. mower needs it- -It will save him thnuiands of dollars and a world of trouble. The Itnllrond mnn needs It and wilt need It a lonir as his life Is a round of accidents and dangers. Tlio llnchwooilsmiin needs It. Thcrolsnotli Ing like It as an antldoto for tlio dangers to llf.'. limb and comfort which surround the pioneer. Tho Merchant needs ltnlout his store anion his employees. Accidents will happen, and when these come tho Mustang Liniment Is wanted at once. ICecpn Ilottlclnlhe House, Tl the belt of Keep n llnlllo n the l'nctorr. Itslmmedlsta use In caao of acclilent saves palu nnd loss of wigc Keep n llottlo Atvviivlii Hie stable lor use wbcu wu'uril. -- run-uin- "C -' Stmi-?BIccklnieriorou- new cornea from NMbtille infant born to Mr, nnd Mm. 11. The that the Tur numerous heavy rains of the last few days liao put a period on corn planting. A very few farmers are done, however. RELIGIOUS. J. Lylea Stanford, Ky., 4. 1 Crow in a meeting at Kirksville. . Ml. Rev. A. S. Moffett will preach nt the empty for the Tub Ihrbera' Union in Louisville has Grat time in yearn. U it prohibition at 10:30 Sunday morning and that put shaving up to 15 cent, but Thompson Court-hous- e linn wrought Oil much to he desired reniilt? or King will still remove the stubble from at McKinney at 3 30 in the afternoon. H. O. WALTON, - IiUBlnoatj Mftuogor. Kjv. J, II. Young, of the Winohester your face for a dime. Wall Pateii. We have n handsome (SUCCESS OICN TO W. II. IIlGGIXH.j Methodist church, held a meeting at VerTllKitKis wellto do family in this line of wall piper -- brown blanka Scents, sailles, which roulted in 38 confessions. L.AH. LOCAL TIME CARD. town that mill uses tallow candles and no white blanka 10 cent. 0aley A Craig. At Christ church, Lixington, Sunday, aa sewing machine hai ever desecrated it 12 39 r, u. Mall train tolng North- P.ight Keverend T. V. Dudley, Bishop ot bed with railing, modern Myle, cred preclncta. Boutb 13lr,n. Child's 1 II Aim the Diocese of Kentucky, confirmed a clats Kxpreis train" Boutb .. with mtttre, used rery little; will fell " Horn........ " " of 31 persons. New Store. Mr Ferd Jacob, who has Xbf k jot li calculated on standard Hue, Solar cheap; call and ee it. Mr. M. L. Ihurne, Bishop Alfred L;e, of Delaware, th ! been clerking for D. Klass tells us that he tai li About 20 inlnutea taster NiXTfjunday will beahow day for the will open a full line of dry goods in the oldest Protestant Episcopal bishop in the A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ladies. It ia May 1 and the one who han't Hiyden storeroom about the lV.h. He is United States, died at Wilmington, aged got a rpring hat or a new ault will hardly soon also to take to himself a wife in the nearly 80 years. Trains Into ItowlanJ atS uJ 7.1) a. m. renture to church that day. Upturning, airlteat Caud 8:5 r. m. Kevs. Evans and Hopper's three meetperson of a pretty littU damsel of Cincinings at as many churchei iu Louisville reagreed on a 1 centa nati. Titr. railroad have attLOCAL NOTICES. The committe appointed to solicit money sulted in 81 conversions and $315.50 collectptr mile round trip rate to the democratic for the evangelistic fund. to btiNlncHH they will merit a fair sluiro ol' their putroiu LANDiirTH'H Garden Heed at IVnnjr A contention at May lib, and to to erect a new Presbyterian church will ed The General Asembly of the United McAliitrrV please socure as large an amount as possithe republican convention, in the iame city, of all kinds A rui.l. line of fulling ble by Saturday afternoon and report the Presbyterian Church will meet at Philadelon thellth. & at Penny h MoAIUtetV. amount collected to George D. Wearen, phia May '25 The railioads will charge a txvt ready mixed paint are to be J atill hare my eummer opening next The Treasurer, in order that definite action may fare and a third for the round trip. had at fenny McAlitterV. Friday and Saturday nnd extend a cordial be taken at once. Elder Joseph Btllou will begin a proAsKyour urocer for the Cincinnati tracted meeting at Hustonvllle next Friday invitation to the ladle to come and exam Co,' cracker and cake. H. C Farms, of Dtnville, has bought night ine a handoomea line a they eyer atw. al 7.30. There will be two services V ATCIIM and Jewelry repaired on nhor Mr. J. W. Vaiiaradall't) stock of goods at daily, Mr- -. Kate Dudderar. one at that hour and the other at (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) by Penny A McAlia notice and warranted Junction City, for cost without carriage, 10 a u. r. Meters, Crooke A and Mr. V. has purchased of Mr. Fmia While in the Kvt, The Woman's Christian Temperance New Ktandaiid ready mixed paint; quality Cjal Co., bought a bis house and lot of 60 acres in the suburbs Lnion have published half a million temand durability yunrantefd at McltiberU A Nield, of the Alttmont Cuba, West. locomotive for their road, which is about of Dinville and will move to it. The price perance tracts in the German and ScandiBtakV". etock of jewelry, latwt two miles in length, for $5,000 and thev tell paid was $13,000. A coMH.rrr. navian language, and have also tracts for Pen-a- r tyle. Hockfortl watche a CONDENSED TIME EFFECT DEC. 31, '86. us that thev will soon be able to ship 50 Our readers will join with in in regret- creating a right public sentiment on this A McAlinttr. s of coal per day. iu:ai iii'. ting the retirement of Mr. W. T. Burdett important question in Polish, Dutch, ItalItrtll DOWN. TilAINSXOUTII. PERSONAL. TltAlNSNOttril. Methodist chunh is to have it bel from the hetd cf our Lancaster depart ian, Bohemian and Spanish. Tiir. No, 8. No 3. No. 7. No. 6. ho i. No. 4. No. 8. nTATIONd. In response to our correspondent's claim Dallr. Dallr Miw II W Powkiu is quite aick with fry run up into a US foot spire, we are ment. He has obtained a lucrative posi. TUllj-Ex. Hun. Dally. Dally. Dallr. Kx. bun Daily. Dally. tion with the engineering corps of the that the Harris men in Kockcaetle feel sore glad to say. When the Improvements are flux. 'J' Louivill Southern and will go thither over the result of the convention, Mr. I) 7 53 a in 4 0.1 p ml 8 10 pm, 7 53 a in L'TC.nnclnnail . A'rv 6 4i p m 1025am 643am 503pm I) Ki.am l in Frankfort on a vMt to through, and they will be for preach J 36 pm 7 27am 425am 201pm Georgetown 7 0S p m 1052 p m 10 53 a m 02 His service his been faithful and X. Williams writes that they have reason 10 a in 7M p mill 20 p m 1130 a m 7 ing the 21 Sunday, the church will be one today IHpin C 00 a in' 4 05 a m1 I1 35 p in 1022am' ilia eick brother. 3 51 n m 27 a in H 39 a m, Kictiolairllle 04 n m 43am; pin 11 41 p m 11 51 am and out in th'H excellent nnd we shall always remember to be from the ungenerous and uncourteous 10 08 a m1 8 02 p mi Miis Katk IIayiJ will re open her ex- of the handsomest 8 41 12 28 p in ....'12 81 p m UarrodaburR Junction..! 3 25 p m 15 47 a ml It ..Danville 312pm psia m 2 60am ,13 12 p ia. clumsy ves his kindness and attention. Wo suppose way in which all their overtures for fair 11 20 a in 8 69pmil2Sia m.l2 47pm .... ....junction The old gallery and section cellent bearding houre Monday. 12 (3 am 2 42 p in 302 pm, 5 20 a in' 2 45am 1201 p ra citr his departure ends the new paper project play were treated. Tne Harris men were 11 35 a ml 9 10 p m 110 42 a nt ......I 3 25 pm,.... .Kings Mountain Mn. D. C. I'oymtcr, an enterprising tibule have been cleared away and in their 1 33 p m 1 20am! ......Some 9 50 an for the most part old gray headed veterans 12 80 pm'"!"!.""... O VI n fnl I on n m' The at Lancaster. 10 45 a m 5 30 a in 7 30 yesterday. stead n neat little lobby appears. 10 00 p mi 6 05 a ia ..Oakdtle m 3 53p m ML Vernon merchant, was here .. - . g who had been democrats, and he C 15 p ra 825 am1 ..ChatUnooji .... 8 25 a in 7 iu p m A Cl.niK J P Hailry his gone to Homer- celling has been kalsomined, the walls pa 5 10 p m '12 50 am 10 15 a m ...Birmingham iter a number of years in the grecery thinks they deeer?ed better treatment than 61 30 it in ... 9 52 p m OS a in 9 11 p m Kutaw... 620 am to take the papers in the Carpenter pered ad th $0O worth of Improvements business here, Mr. W. II. Higgins has re -el 0 40pm 7 40 p mi 3 15a in ....'U3Ua ml. .....Meridian was accorded them by the small majority have changed the appearance of everytired for the present and desires us to say ..New Orleans 3 00 a m 8 00pm ,10 40 p m - 7 35 a m ., caie. which captured the convention. to hi friends nnd the public generally that John Kmiley ha obtained a position thing. .,12 55 am, 2 35 am -- Meridian... , m ,.1 7 30 am .Vlcksburs . 73)ptn at Mattoon, Illinois, and will leave to take Five miners were suffjeated by coal Bailiioad Mkktinu Chairman D. W. he extends to them his sincere thanks for fi 45 oral 15 a m jnrevepori r. i. Junction charge of it Hunday. 750 am ...,i 710p ui VanJeveersuggeits that as Mr. Huntington the IiIktaI pitronige he nan re:eived ut gas in k Penoylvdnu lunnei. Mhs Henkdict KrALDiNO and chil- ha secured the Kentucky Central and is their hands during the years of his merAt Detroit a workman accidentally No. SleaTMOakdaledallyoicept Hunday, atS II a. M., Arriving at Chattan:))? at 9,15. No.! dren, of Lebanon, spent several days at now ready to extend it, that the people of cantile life. We are not informed as to his touched an electric wire while up on a pole learcfl Chattanooga at 3.00 p. w,, arriving at Oak 1 tie at O 4 ) p. u. Mann Boudoir BuSet Sloping Cars on all through trains. Col.T. P Hill's this wwk. at intentions after he has closed up his ac and he dropped to the ground, 30 feet, dead Lincoln county meet at the Court-Hous- e JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Manager, II TOLLBIl VN, Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt Mi-- tf Maooie Dayh. a lovable young 1 o'clock Monday to arrange to rflr some counts here, but that alone will require as as a mackerel. II. CARKOLL, Uen'l SupL, R. X. HYAN, Asst. Oen'l Frt. A Past. Agent, W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. Hist Had, Is the guest of Inducements to him and President Zimmer some time. lady from the Five boys living near Booneville, Ind. Ctpt. J. W. Carter, at Kiwland. The new firm of Uocker A Bright began ate wild parsnip mistaking it far spignet. General Offices, St. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Oalo. man to locate the extension this way. The Miwi Hannah Faik will make her idea is a good one and we hope there will business yesterday morning and in another Three of tbem are dead, one dying and the home with her sister, Mrs. Dr. 8. (J. Hock-e- r, be a fall attendance. column they call the attention of the pub'ic other is in a precarious condition. her friend here will be glad to know. Thirteen passenger conductors were deny what our pie to the fact and ask a share of its patronHas Clahic write to Bhe Is now spending a lew days in Louis-yille- . charges about his age. Dr. Uocker is an old merchant and discharged in a bitch on tne C O & S. W, Kings Mountain scribe Bright ha had eeyeral year' experi- railroad. Tber are suspected of keeping selling whisky and says he fell out with John Miw J. Btiklk CAHrxirrRR, Mb and ence at the same stand, so they go in as money that did not belong to them. him because he would not acknowledge of the West Had, haye been down to atveterans in the business and not a novice. The total receipts of the government that he was. The following closing sentend the sick Udnide of MIm Klla Peyton, Walker McKinney will be retained as so far this month are $27,121,000; the total is a fair sample of the letter: Here tence who, we are glad to say, is improving. clerk and the new firm hopes to step right expenditures, $11 G22.253, being a net gain is what I sed if I like whts kle as well as Hon J. B. Finn, of Ptneviile. km into Mr. Higgia' large trade. Success to for the month of $15,501,845. Ihe heavy moore dll I wuld have A Juge Bur red at here yesterday with Bell county's one vote receipts and comparatively light diebune-men- t them. my Laad an fret and that I thought that in hi breecn pocket which he will cist indicate a correspondingly large at Rowland Satur "I close my Jiuie-- i A moore Dog was dtd and he had for ltucknrr, Battle and the baby first, last reduction In the public debt for the month, day night," said Mr. Tom Shelton In reto do his own Bark ing. and all the time. sponse to an inquiry yesterday. "I have now txtiinaled at beiwHii $12,000,000 and Attoiineys Hill, Alcorn, Welch and Wallace Caiu'enter, the alleged pat- sold my fixtures to Buckner A Brother at $15,000,000. rjaufler for the defence and B.C. Warren and ricide, was taken to Somerset for trial Tues-daJellico and will clean out lock stock and D, Jt.Cirpsnter for the pioecution of CarJ ITT ADTKBTIHCat.lTH. by Sherifl Newland and Jailer Owens. barrel. My estate licenre will not expire E. He did not seem to mind the eyes of the penter went to .Sjuierret Wednesday. till next Tueeday, but the govetnment li C. Walton also went and will report for curious crowd and so far as outward signs cense is out Saturday. 1 do not care a ELECTION this paper. went bo looked as little like a person guilty cent about giving up the business, though a crime as the murder of his Mn, Jamr? B. Cook, who hat been of so heinous it has been very profitable for the last sever The annual meeting of the stockholders of the ilepiilf cY'rk here Lir same months past, own father, as half of tho-- e who looked at al months. The majority has said that TurnersTllle, McKinney 1 Coder's Mill Turnpike iload Company will be held at Itlcliard's bio re. has accepted the deputy sheriffalty in the him. The jiler tells us that he has given whisky must go and I say so too now. Ml. rjalem on the 1st BaturJtj-- In May, 1837, at 0 the purpose 1'rmldeut and West Knd Jim made tniny friends dur him no trouble and that ho has spent his There are plenty other ways for a man to A. u. for Directors forol electing a year. Will nlwnvN Iiiivc on linntl a litrge nntl select linn of Furni the ensuing l!ord of principally in reading ami writing. make, a living, I shall keep a boarding ture and Undertaker' Good. My prlcen will he hh low am Htick ing his i lay here and the young people re time McKINNEY, President. J.J. iroodN can be Itontzlit In the citicH. Give me a trial and yon He Is a strange human being, to say the house, b express agent and sell coal, and I L'ret to give him up will be convinced Unit I well lower tbau the lowest. Miw Haiit Thomson, formerly of least of him. don't think I'll starve. I'm also putting Moreland, now of Binder, county, Texas, Jiu Cartek was tried Tuesday before up a large scales for the use of the farmers. writes that the newspapers haye greatly Judge Varnon for selling whisky to Sim Ferrell's government license also expires The shareholders of the Hanging Fork 4 Green ItiTerTurnpIke Iload will mett at tof the drouth there Dunn recently, and acquitted. The first to morrow, but be may renew for the three Store in McKinney on Company Saturday In Jones' exaggerated the May, the 1st and that the farmers are getting along rea step in the case was to swear Judge Carson days' trade, but Tuesday ends the legal 16S7,for thepurpotfof electlnc a President and Hoard of Directors lor tho ensuing yttar. sonably well, enjoying an abundance of oil' the bench and then Dunn's remarkable traffic here. J. W. QIVKNS, President. vegetables, Ac. testimony was taken. He claimed that he UARRIAOES. did not know the man from whom he LOCAL HATTERS. whisky; that he was here the bought the A Missouri suitor, who was rejected by A Tha stockholders of the Huston-lll- e Fnrsii Fruit at A. C Alford's. day before and had given him a drink; the object of his love, revenged himself by Mill Turnpike Itoad Company will m?ot CXfl'oj's at Mt. that he drove out to Hails Gap that night killing the young lady' father and hanging Kalem on the 1st Saturday in May, 1887, at 1 See Nunnelley before you sell your parposo of electing a Presio'clock r. u. for ttc and the man met him with a keg and that him to a nail in his own kitchen. dent and Board of Directors for the ensuing year wool. O. C. LYON, President. Crockor-Alexacd- er he filled his bottlea and iuga from it. He wedding in At the Wanted, wanted, wanted, 100,000 lbs. of thought the man lived in Pulaski. An Tuesday the father of the San Francisco wool at the highest cash price. A. T. effort, we learn, will be made to prosecute bride, who is worth fifty milllions, gave a Dunn for perjury, though it will be hard to million dollars as a bridal present. Thestockbodersol theStanlord A MUledxeTllle An elegant line of underwear both for convict him as there are no witnessei who After four months of married miseiy, Turnpike Itoad Company will m-'s at OwsMeeting House on the 1st Saturday in May, ladles and gentlemen just received. merchant of can be obtained to testify in the case. L. V. Hallifield, a 1887, at 2 r. M. tor the purpose of electing a Presiley A Craig. Mortimer, Kansis, shot his wife fatally and dent and Board of Directors for the ensuing year. ED.CAKTEH, President. Stakvoh has a citizen thatia clean daft sent a bullet through his own head. A tension haa been granted to Mrs. Buto marry. He Is 0 or more and has not A wedding feast near Marids, in Yuca sts Mink, of Crab Orchard, mother of John ! been a widower very long, but hois on mat- tan, Mexico, broke up in a row, and when 'H ITJIIi iTiV W. Mink. rimony bent and tells us he is going to get the debris was cleared away six of the 17li-r-! T3iinrn iac TAnl--arroa Qnr'r'O-TC- " Tne stockholders of the Knob Lick Turnpike IVCaiQl IU. X AJ-IjAMEsBeverance is agent for the White there, and don't you forget it. Some time guests and the groom were found dead. Boad Company will meet at the First National Bank in Hunterdon tho 1st Saturday in Mar, 18S7. Star Laundry, of Cincinnati. Work rent ago he invested a V in a matrimonial agenJust before marrying Mies Louise for tho purposeof electing a President and Board yery Tuenday and received on Saturday. cy which put bim on the track of numer- Whitfield, at New York, Andrew Carnegie of Directors for the ensuing year. N. 11. All persons holding stock In this Com-inSash-Blind- s. ous old girls, who are not averse to becom Collars and cuff 2c, shirts 10c. will please present their certificates either to transferred to her securities representing wish to laiuenew the President ing wives. About a (core sent in their pho- $'200,000 a yeu. Pretty well eold both of ceitilicatea. or Secretary as we FOWLhP., Pres. CLIKTON The new hotel at Alum Springs is near- tographs and of the lot the old gentleman 'em, no doubt. ly completed nod will be a decided imselected a fair, fat and forty damsel, of Int The marriage of Mr. Horace S. Withprovement on the one that was burned. In dianapolis. A few tender missives were ers and Mrs. Mattie Owsley, which has size it will be 75 feet front, with an L of as or exchanged and not being able to resist the been talked of for several months, occurThe annual meeting ol tho stockholders of the about the same length. as good tempting invitations to visit her, tho gay red In the parlors ot the Portman House Btanlord A Halls Gap Turnpike Company for the as We can election of a Prcsldeut and Hoard ot Directors lor Tub Qood Templars lodge continues in a old widower donned a new suit, a spring Tuesday afternoon, only a few intimate tho ensuing year wilt be held In the Circuit Clerk' a as on tne 1st Saturday In May, '87, In very flourishing condition, len juopoai overcoat, surmounted his classic features friends and relatives being invited. The otfice Stanford (t d ) J. B LYNN, Pres. at 2 o'clock P. M. Come anil see tions for membership were received at the with a fashionable plug hat and struck out ceremony wasspjken by Ke. A. S. MofTitt, ! last meeting. To night the regular election for the capital of Iogyany. Putting up at after which the party repaired to the coun of officers for the next term will be held. the best hotel, he noon began to hustle try residence of the groom where an ele ll.GHEEIV.AKt., Hustonvllle, Ky. Stanfjrd A Hustonvllle The Stockholders All members aro earnestly requested to at- around to find the object of his visit. He gant dinner wa? partaken ot. It was the Turnpike Iload Coirof the will bold their annual pan y succeeded after awhile and she met him original intention of the couple to take a meeting fcr the election ol a President and Board tend. Bailey's Store, TurncrsTllle, on the ot with open arms. It was a genuine case of long tour, but Mr. Withers' recent illness 1stDirectors atIn May, 1887, at 2 o'clock r. m Saturday Tub Lexington races begin tD morrow love at first sight and they fell upon 's J. V. CASH, President. changed their plans and they will spend usual to last eight days and the K. C. t necks in the ecslacy of the moment. their honeymoon In the quiet enjoyment has come out with the lowest rates. The and she The vidder kept a boarding-housinstead. Mr. Withers is perhaps round-tri- p rate from here will be but $2.50 invited the old man down to board with of home A The stockholders ot the wealthiest man In the county and is an HustoiiTllle Turnpike the Cupjntfr's Station B. morning Company will meet at J. and you can go by the 5 o'clock her, which he accepted and for three days elegant Kentucky gentleman of the old dmu'i store In Huiton-lll- e, Saturday, April train, spend the entire day in the city, see he liyed in clover, feeding on hash and livUOth, 1887, for the purposoof olcctliu officers, Ac. school, while his bride is as handsome as D. B. CAIIPKNTEII, races through and return here by 0 o'clock. ing on love. The only point of difference County Attorney. 222.21. The union she is amiable and attractive. No other road can ofler such inducements. between tbem was the place of abode after and we join their is a very happy one insisting that they remain friends in offering heartiest congratula With aperversenebsthat the traveling the nuptials, she and he swearing that they public dispises, the Louisville A Nashville in Indianapolis tlons and good wishes. LONPON, KY. Xew York Store. They and Cincinnati Southern have arranged muit come to the T . B. RILEY. Proprietor, An Ohio bigamist who bad four wives disagree and the old man to their schedules so that no connection is fiually agreed proposals. Matrimonially has been sentenced to the penitentiary five made at Junction City, coming from the is still open for Thoroni'tily nctinmictl runt Ilcfiir- 15 years old and neighing years. Fare nlabeU itiroiiKhoat. Plriit-cliiagouth on the Utter road. You can go from inclined females, Forty four of the Missouri Bald Knob nnd ranNoniiUIeprlccH. IJny nud nluht pounJs, can hear something to their adhere to Somerset on the day train, but you 200 by addressing A. K. J , this office. hers have been indicted for complicity in tnlfiNnre met by jiolltc I'orlcrNor tliU will bavo to take your chances on getting vantage popnlnr Ilouae. murders and other outrages. Don't all speaK at once. back. died shortly after birth. IIst. A. B. Moffett is anaisting Key. DR. S. Q, HOOKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. April 29, 1887 The Line jln county j til i HOCKER & BRIGHT ....lin.H Having purchased of W. II. Iliggiu.s his slock of Goods, take pleasure in informing their friends and the public generally that they will continue the General Mcr chandiNe trade at the old stand and flatter Ihcniselres that by fair dealing and strict ention UOCKER BRIGHT. Ha-kin- g Queen and Crescent Route. TABLEIN Shortest and Quickest Line to South East, Texas, Orleans, Florida, South apr-cial-.'. cu-toad- I I I ' in-i- in sj , rt life-lon- I I FURNITURE STORE MACK HVFFiSAN, Proprietor. bar-roo- m y TURNPIKE BIsBPi&iii TURNPIKE ELECTION! ett-c- WEAREN & MENEFEE. TURNPIKE ELECTION! - Nun-nelle- TURNPIKE ELECTION! ot McCor-mack- well-to-d- o Turnpike Election n-n i -- Turnpike Election Porri wuiauja, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road uarts, jearniing lmpiemeuLs, jcjiikiuus, mius, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencine, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete than' ever; be hides fore, from the cheapest to the best. represented, rrices i All work guaranteed vehicles sell you suit the times. little money. any dealer or manufacturer and for our line assortment before it is broken. n m U Turnpike Election J. WEAREN & MENEFEE. each-other- u e Turnpike Election Wall Paper, Furniture, JACKSON HOUSE, ti Cases, Caskets, Robes Stanford. Fullland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as tho lowest. ' S07-C- B. K, WEARE1V, . ji i.ip rt..iiii IHIIIIIwHimifai Jiaeasn)tammr, iiKr.nMMniinHw..,tmi. imJn frwuiTrii iK ilftimniimiiutmmtmim0m vf P The Casey Democracy. Bucklen'a Arnica Salre. The Kit Salve In tlio world tor Cut, llrulsoa democratic convention of Cney ccunty waa called to order by the chair- 8orw, Ball Rhoutu, Fovor Bores, Totter, Chapped Hf.nd, Chilblain-- , Corns and all Skin Eruptions, man, Jjhn V Whipp Upon motion be CURREN1 COMMENT. and positively curoa riles, or no pay required. I, waa selected aa permanent chairman and F. is fuaranteod to give perfect satisfaction, or monoy THE COMBINED BTALLION, Happily there will be no content in the M.Taylor waa appointed secretary. The refunded. Pries) 25 cnU per box. For sale by b. democratic State coavention orer the meet chair appointed A K Clarke, Levi Witch Penny A McAllstor. (Troyal ntr.ij 1 W w xi important offices to be filled. Indeed er, A. O. Watkins, FT D. Kigney and J. W. Interesting Experiences. Illram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, there may be no contest at all. DemocratHoekins aa a committee to draft resolutions, which were Oa., tells his experience thin: "For three years ic voters have settled nil that in the prim who reported the follow h have tried every remedy oa the market for StomThis fine, combined atnl.lon will make the n ries. A hsrimoiom convention may be adopted: of IM7 at my stable near, Shelby City. In ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, uncounty, on the Shelby City , A Kiloli Uck anticipated! and a united party at the Au-suW. Whipp, .A. R. til I used Electric Illttors. Took five bottles and Eaolud. That J. Turnpike rod, at election.-Corin?- ton Commonwealth. Clarke, Tyler Robimon, H. H. McAninch am now cured, and think Electric lMttors the best Bloxl Purifier In the world," Major A. B. Hoed, There his never been a piece of legiala and C. P. Minor be appointed as delegates of West Liberty, $15 tho 8cason, or $20 to Iniure. Ky, used Electric Hitlers for an lion 83 pregnant with good intentiona and to attend the State convention to be held in old standing Kidney affection and says; "NothDaacalPTIoM inn I'lnunur .bmn.i I.-- .l i. o fraught with evil consequences as the Louisville May 1 h and to uo all honora- ing haa ever done me so much kgood as Electric a blood bay, with bUck mane and tall, is liamti 3 ble meins to secure the naminations of the Bitters." Bold at 90 ceota a bottle by Penny A Inchca high, with fine style and m tlon. He Is wag intend Inter State Commerce law. It i year, old this spring, was sired by Uwt Cunning, ecu xa- ed to correct an avalanche of abuaja but it following candidate?: For governor the McAlliter. hams Jewel, he by the famous old Washlnilon A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. delegates are uninstructed; for lieutenant jyiiniark. First dsm, Minnie, by McDonald's ffrnlnful guppressul rrea;iiltr haa precipitated a whole motintaiu o( mis lialcora; second dam by Wells' Oussder, third aV rnfuss remit)' and Capt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth, plying between dam by n son f I)Ty Crockett, fourth dam a vsl- fortunes upon the peop'e. The editorial governor James W. Bryan, of Kenton; for Atlantic City and N. V., had been troubled with uameoid mi,n mre, pedlgreo unknown. Mr. ENSTRUATION or pass haa parsed, we can have no more good attorney general, P. W. Hardin, of Mercer; a cough so that he was unable to sleep, II. C. Parvln's Old Minnie, dam of Heoind Jewel, and was was a prriulum animal from a colt up to an aged OIJTHLY SICKNESS. howe bectuse they have no ehow for trarel for treasurer James W.Tate, of Franklin, Inducad to try Dr. King's New Dlicorery for Conmare. Second Jewel has been shown 31 times and worn the slick tie 3l sumption. It not only give him Inrtant relief, ing, freight rale are everywhere higher 3; Barry South, of Franklin, 1; for superinr nr the CHANfii: OF LIFE, CTf at tcd If ak : ouly three times. uui'niigni i tot boatoiiirtl ty-tind there i no good growing out of it all. tendent of public instruction II K. Taylor, but allayed the extremo soreness In his breast. Uh k Mr.ssaiK to Wuvts," mailed free will alsoitandat the same stable, the line of Logan; for register of the land cilice l Ills children wre similarly aflccted and a single Tne law ought to he repealed. DiuiiriiLt) youngjaik, Co., Atlanta, (U 0en dose had tho same happy effect. Dr. King's New II. Corbott, of McCracken. koro Meeaerjer. Discovery Is now the standard remedy .Id the '21 Tnat we approve of the revenue bill Coleman household and on board tho schooner, , rt Buckner will arouse enthtiuaani and t $Sto iHHUrv'nUvt't'ult. Hen oa1 Thlst powder never varies. A marvel ol purity, blatk, II tandsS In. he. bUti. He waa sired br dignity to the ticket; Bryan will con- knon he the Hewitt Bill, and enacted by tree Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at strength and wholeramenoM. Caldwell's Young lllsck Hawk, he bj Veloclnr.le, Moro economical Penny A McAltster's Drug Store. AM) !i JACKS, than the ordinary kind, nJ can not tm solo ho by Itnbrrt'on'a haiiin, he by Imp Mamtribute pulchritude, oratory und youthful the lust General Aeaemply, and that we competlton with the multitude of low toat .ahora moth Ills dam was by Stigsll's lllnrk Hawk, fully appreciate the fact that the people of vigor; Hewitt will give it weight alum or ptmsphato powders. Holdonly Id second dam waa ralswl by Miles Mai well and was Will make the season ofltf- - at my t'at r n Ike cans. an luih.rtr Jack Korai.nAKi!(i rownm Money duo wtien Die colt Is pike leading from Ms n lord to irsti l hard and bucine" tandinc; Tate's name will be Kentucky are largely indebted to General ItW Wall Street. New York loahd ii r tu.r.s partid with Men retained on all ml lot from the utter place Hewitt, our present tflicient Auditor of Belgium was broMgnt lrm Ul.lo at two.vears-ol- d enough to eaii-f- r the people that the financolt till seiKti i harcs are paid, "When Ilalir naa sick, wo -- are herCat.ra, , an I is now II I'sstuftign w.llbeMrulihrd at reasonable rales. u '. v...... . . ces will be in good hand; Cjrbett i expe- State, for his valmble services in drafting AVhen she w.m a Child, she cried for dapple gray, hessy inane ami tail, of gk style Parting with mares loffflt the liiiiirani-Cvitorla, and action, and has broten htwtelf j g ul breeder samo t. T.sAMmmi:,Ky With Hardin or the rienced and capable. When she became Miss, she clun- - to Castori, lll.IMiLKY Mielby City, Iwhhs ' ' isln A tt.t fur stallions.' ". '. That should only part of the delega William James. Richards for Attorney Genera! and a good K. MrKlnney, wh. .,ulre TtTien sho U1 Children, she cave them KOaKUSKT, KT., Castori hive his cults, are teteirn la. uan for Superintendant the party will have tion he present at the State convention, that "oejaca. Mogul. Is jr.ar. old. Ms V, -- llh U JCss.ii wNitel..e.w...'re.lbya Madlwn m. k ii. ii. iiuixkllv, - rnoruunoK. I a ticket that will combine mtny elements he or they are instructed to cast the vote of I know the slok, but kuaw he Is a good .... mulejsrl Casey county as specified in the nbove teC' f strength and receive the cordial support n.uam was mark Hawk, he Is .,nlrk aul a wt This Ili.tfl Is new In everr respect and Is fitted tabs- Krlrsson In 2 10 list,) by Meiubrlno Chief, . lutions. up in excellent stylo, TbeiaMe shall always be by Mtii.kriiin Paymatter, dsm the dam t imlish at the people.-Siu- th Kentuckian. "'lJ tI'k- '' supplied with the dellnciei olttieseison and the 2 30. Ills sons sired 22 and his daughters are the high, will show i, rem olts 'ihs ii.ii g slew I h. Tbat a copy of these proceedings be rooms clean and comfortable. Kates II. JO per dsy, damsons In the! .tj I st. Bargain. Several years ago there was a granger For last spring are terr f.ne muhs Fjlctjon la half brother to L'rle, record ! 2 Ja'4 The horse viilslaad at party oreanizsd in this country, by which furnished the Louisville CbunVr. Journal r at a old and told lo llK'rl Jtjiiuer at Interior. Journal I oiler tor sle privately In Stanford, Ky., a very thai age lor tlO.txio TRUSTEE'S SALE it was attempted to arraign the most nu- the Danville Istdsm br llolor, by oM Pilot, slrnol Pilot, Jr., 810 lO IllNllrH Coll lOlIllJNOllI s Yctr for publication. and porch There desirable residence with seven merous class of voter against other claiee. and Yoeemite (I'iln2 3 list) Pilot lrl the daws of Jay I. re Well if water at the door, stable, smokehouse, TheJarksat SSWii.iicr 1 lt i nn.iilhi before the con Ac. Ainu tan acre of ground In the lot. For no further busine ree. 2 IU; Maud S 2 S.'4', Nutwinxl i If.', ami 21 nld. Mare It was founded on false principles, though Ira l.d with., r iuati.1 ..Q ,.!. i.iooey InlbejaOUtt Meiubiiwi Chief slrr--l iiir laorn yaluaiiijI-. O. A 1,1' It it D, terms, Ac , apply to on motion it was adjourned. ' M' ,UbJ sivd 2 IS',, Wuudiuid Membrlbu llrlgsolt iiiinriMi 103- some of the ends sought were just, and it venticn, Agent for J. It. Allord. , il 2tu- 2:W-Flsk's Msmbrlno Chler 2.W.S. rUy Henry i. . t;.itt.i;ii IN HARLAN COUNTY. John W. Wnirr.Cn'm. died. Now it is propped to organize a 2iwk, Mrmbilno Mar 2 V Mejibrino Pilot F. M. Taylor, Scc'y. By virtue ol a ilrr.1 of trust executed to me 2 27 North Marl.tti1,. parly, composed afmoU exclusively of i:ncssiii, Jr., Is a so.bl Uick, lr. as trustee Coal a Feed, ('ompanv, by ton (.oiilanl 1st da Oilvl and Mining ana weuos i,.ii ins. If lie ishad norse hands high,s clas-- i of vomat larlng 'Itte the June, JSTS, IS. irt'sinj, a much Irsi numerous A large clock just completed in Germany hliii-eI will sell, on no tie ereti dl.re. Hit AND ters than the farmer, and arraign them by Caristian Martin is said to surpass in asesilng the blood that he does shotiKt mske hlui Ihis trailing re.1 stallion wl tbesetf.n of IM, al our ttallrs In Ml. iJ.-e! TIIUKSl) 1Y, MAY HiTH, ISS7 oneofleethe itrandnt atallto. s In Kentucky. I'neolo igaiost other classes. Some of the ends wenderful construction all previous achieve- will t ui.ntyat sought are just, but the movement will die cunu. It is designed to show the seconds, At 12 o'clock v rr cash, 10 per cent to be paid Hating rented the stable on Depot street, t am and the baUore As long as our present system of govern- minutes, quarter hours, hours, days, week', prepared to train and break horses on reasonable at time of salethe Norfolk Km I within thirty days $1."iTO INSLKK A JI.VltK i. ro.u.. $15 to Inure a Oolt till Weaning Time, thereafter, at Mute Kxcnange,. terms, county lourt day traJe sollclle.1. -- - . xrA r - ... ,.u. ii vviuiiirikviiiiri. i...-i- i. ment endures Hie political principles found mouths, the four seasons, the years and the iuiiu4fc, ...i.i. it llie '" '" a ..sr. ..a! uonev dt. Parting with inuring mi .Ol.V II. V.lilVr.XTlUl, hlghist bidder at publli auction Virginia, certain horhuud I Hid el aormouey due. re out ol the deigh ('I!'V,"''" '""a certaine.1 . urIumare Mri- wlib all that Htanfoid, Ky TKACTM LAND conveje.1 by the aald deed, ii-- .. id by Jeflerxou unJ Hamilton will divide leap yoars, until the close of 99999, A. D Will also Hand altuated In Harlan county, In the Mate of Kenour people into two grt.st political pirtiee It gives indications for every latitude and .Mi J'r,0,,, black. IT hands high, of trgen-Ittucky, on the Poor Fo k ol the Cumberland lllvrr, .0,1 action and at well b,. ,, ... s latitude 37 degrees, longitude xt degree-.-, and MY 1'lXi; JACK, ind all other parties are uuihin but recird tl.e successive phases of the moon .lltllMtOY, bounded and described In said deed as beginning ''' V'm,'.r.'IK l"rwter. h. by and short lived sideshows at that. It oat only strikes the quarters and hours, at three luiaple, black oik, aud chestnut) Irets At $IO an the same conditions as above. He hit X.l' '' ''"P ?,r"sr.r rt iri.-- , i.t da.u standing on a spur on the norih side Hlg "Louisville Times. be but the minutfs as well, 00 difleient sym I am daily opening an elegant line of Fall Millin- macs: .Mounuin, running tbence north of the joloi irolrn hlmsell to ! a aunerlor brenlrr. h.tlni r";,11',"""1' Yoikshlre. Imp.by llarp-Inuhe 1,0 auibletuulan. some he by iu this aaj ery, Including all ton stake, tbence north ) deg east 1,011 pofwi to iiruiurnirsHinilesoiand IsLest mules in Jepnrt Jark. fi..;.?1 JV'1 '1 "rt-lalso a good If Mibs Jennie Bowman recovers, as she bolic figures performing the work. A night laonon Whip hTty astake, soutn I.CM poles ton slake, thanes south He is probably will, the puuishtnent of her as watchman blows the hours of the night on The Latest Novelties of the Season. GO drg.. west 1,021 poles to two sugar trees, thence points IV, bsnds high, tiearlr Hark, with mealy irsm, dam b; Henl Srd il.m a tnorongh-brc-- l and general make up 1st c au d uorin.'w poiea to inepiaceoi ixvinning, Ilay tailants under the laws of Kentucky, will his born, a cock crow at sunr.', and a e. n. j'oirEt.i., mare,outby Imp I).oire.le. Mr.s.ngerMeswager'aan,l daw wa, acres of laod. and bsliere.1 to be full of a fol.Ut...d Alto Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars ofcoalot the most val'isbleijuslity and easily ac.'', mllis from HuitonMlle, on the lluitntu.e ie entirely inadequate to the enormity of cuckoo appears in the spring There are and Cuffj, Uuchtog, Corsvts, Bustles, etc. Yo'i cessible to mining "rh"'" ...... . "" ..fhlu. trotting hnru n x, " Kit. -. JOIIX M. TVVK Trustee A iJKtty lurnplkeiosd, L'uwln unty,Ky will lbnm)cii vacated by .mi ine widtheir crime. Under a decision of that moving pictures, a bell ringing sacristHP, ley Afind me at next door to latelyMyers House. SmiKir," ,UB " bt M Warren, thn KininVk A Phelps Audioneen Leigh Bros. iu 2Jl-- t. d. who keels and folds his bands, and ll able collection of wiseacres and HA TE JKIHtKltA It. Aj.nl, ih7.' .f. T. XJI s. ItrsvEI.I, theCjurt of Appeals, a murderous at interest musical works, besides other No. Kli Standard I nder Itule A, TMt ,V . l tack on a person with a blunt instrument ing feature?. f Arkansaw Traveler. will aland like a poker can only ba onstrued as asHere is a recipe for another whitewash sault and battery, for which the extreme My fine stallion, Welch will mako the season of tint is warranted to stick: Take a clean Willtuake the (.resent tsas-- i ,., - ., at m JsvvMsjiiirV .1 .M penalty is three years in the penitiary. If lSs.7 at my plare, known as the John I.loyd IT' laLIK4-)- ' iAWt tr water tight barrel or other suitable vessel Thurmanlarm, lUmllw from Miclbv Lltv. and Two miles Iroiu Ijiui aster, on Ihe HtaufjrJ pike at it can be f uind however that they broke between the ManfonI A Innrllle and Danville and put into it half a bushel of lime. Slake A Hustoavlllo Turnpikes at into the house or that they outraged the Mtlnj; foil. TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON A(9I0lo this by pouring boiling water over it, Ctrl, then they can be more severely dealt $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Wllh prlvllegeof return In 1SW or M Insurance. JJlll i b,nJ' hUh. afceautlful mi enough to cover it fire inches deep, stirring bsy, .(b 8n- - m.ne aH.l i.ij ,r , ,, ilh. It seems to be a good deal more of a Money duewhen cilt is foaled or nitre part- it hrlskly until it is thoroughly slaked. iau.lelandan.tnrlaJdlehor4.. Arthur films Is by den. Knox. HO. be br Ver rnme in this grand old Commonwealth to T " i wun. Henmaik. known as Oa Tims mont Hern, Ae. dam was ijwj Arthur, iy i When slaking has been effected dissolve in WeUh Is 1(7 haidi high and was slrcd by Itourhon Chief, bylilt Mambrlno Chief hy Mamhrino lust. sui. Mom.. ..Mount,. bT Cl.b'e's Ui,Bgt. d hretk a lock of a door than it is to pound esatad data l.y ,ng Ameilca he William Helen, dam Oar. bv Frank Wolfor d. Paymitter.Ao. Arthur tiltna It a bar. , bandt in water and add two pounds of sulphate of Tatlor s Louis-wil- e aire of Cockoo, records.;:', fteeond dam by Joe nuail blaze, right hind loot white, fosle.1 the life out of a human being. Hi, MeMen,r third J.why Miller. l ..ill, whichs htoner, 3d dam by a (tray Ktgl horsn. Ho has He Is a handsomely flnltheil colt and urixl in ttay. zinc and of common salt. These causo the to .,0, Post. ntheworl.l fourth dam by iwrcral colls that are of tine, gool ilse and style Hli.n', a nine ml promltca well iinnaa iwn wish to harden and prevent it from enck .est raiehorsesoiniiday.fiuhdam by He breeds Urge and It a sure foal setter, and Is He ci:nbliifs nanuistl No matter who leads the gubernatorial the slralns of the hasdsoaie lllsck lb Naiy of kind dlttltiou, A lady csn drive him In Hawk and stout Msmbrlno Chit! families, ing Apply with a common whitewash Wir altottaadat Ihe tame p'ae my It e salety. He was never handled a day for tpewl desirable stock horse, ami on hit tile's tideand is a ticket we are to have James W. Bryan for U t Iran brush. Coloring matter may be made and bat shows good trotting action. twice to Imp Messenger and twice on his dam's llatitnnant nnvarnnp anil that in llao'f la a tide. STEVJE f sn7 ahttde desired; Spanish brown , . s..,a f w ihi.. . Mares kept In auy manner desired, st owner's At the same place and on the tame terms rltk At H IO to Iimtirv'a .,.. r. will make red pink, more or lesi deep c T. A.E I.HIS, Man. I will nlo stand my .lack WU.I.lsM I.V1.K, at .t.mn..!. l.aiuaitrr ky eydueal weanlmr timeor cording to the quantity used. Yellow JIM. He is a black, H', banda high aud lib. IIi. iiiuwii .J "'V.." . " r-. -0 Billy O'Bradley upon Eryan will meet Mr. haejslrrd by l.jle a Imivrte-- l Jai z, and our of a !' Vaa.r.AU ln !.. ' V.7.TT""." FlltflS I""".. IeJ HiriUllf. IUII I can til ochre, or chrome, makes yellow wash. Nev (ien Knox, 110, Standard I' nder RuleS the tire good Jennet. the atump this summer, and if the eloquent n!,7 A.,kJn' f.!DK w,l" r king Vh ". oi Arthur mtnr, watbreI by Daniel lleuttli. er mix green with lime for whitewashing. GEO tie E It i:XaitEJIA. S.lln Jenn.t, hl. slrell I have secured lb terriers of a Bart ,tnd w.sfoalrllnll-Vs- . Ho was by ermout 'Jf.'.r.fi,'" Billy isn't the worst chawed up republican ber, and propose to turn out work done up only nero, in, iti turn uy ocarcner, son oi uarnty Hen- Jim "Porter. r, This usm uy .siorecastl ead he b jack has proved msell la lie a ry, Zoi Htmsdrn Mare by lllli't Hlr Charlet, ton ol ...... ia all the proud old Commonwealth when Boton Girl "Oa, mother! I did some In the bliihest btvie of the Tor.ional Art. Mr THE lANi V SAHDI.I. STALLION, Uim.rr shop Is centrally located, next door to Wearen's Duroc pulil.c trial at 16 yean old :. nun'irsl n n.nu .. ,"i ..nii...iu. i.u.. . oi nia r..l!a I...Isrs .o.H he knightly young statesman from Coving- thing awfully immodest at the party to A s. ..mo uiuu.mune r I am prepared ti flx the "bangs" 2:21. J. E A' J. It. I'AltitlN, Among Ihe gel of (Ien. Knox with recordt In ui yuuug lauiev m a manner iri.17 emicing. A ton geta through with him, then we are night." call from both thn ladles and gentlemen of Stanwi.m.,,,1. Kv I.ady Maud 18', ! 2 30or better, are the folio log 21'4 (lllbert 2Knox Mother "Wny, mf detr child, what ford and the public generally la very respectfully very much mistaken in ourjeetimate of the Camora2.19'i Indeiendenre 2 solicited. 2.2(4, Emperor Knox 2.27" ,, Knoi 2 rj',, ictor WILL JtlXd. ItlUlU next lien e ant governor. Bryan l a man wai'? i a, &nox twy i .., Harry cpaox B 0. -- Tnat horrid biuq-ie- t Mr Beafoaldrd Mav I. I Is a rich mahogony bay er2.30; Messenger Knox 2 30 His ton.. Col. Kill' of the peritd, a bjld, dashing, callant, ag- IS', hands high, heavy mica and tale, Is strictly worth, Coujii, Cromwell. Kc'Mre, I mprror Will-lagreaaive fellow, honeet to hia heart'a ore, con sent tne had some cinnamon pinka in ! Oen Knox Jr. Oun. Llghllool, Ollbrelh, This fine tlalllor w, uake flue and lancr, is both a nslurul and p easant sadthesaa ol ISfa ll.iw lvn Unr.l. my dler, briedt fancy, and a more uullorui hreeder of Vnnl. .Itllaa la.rtfanaAl. If,, it. Tney m ide me netz, and -- but I can't i miles fcrave aaa lion and the brainiest man of his Irom hMeford on the Ulan saddlers can not be fojnd He Is high-tastyle Phil Mheildan, bl Lliuo, Whalsbone Knox, and ford larm. and Danville pu Valuable Heal Estate and Store on both sides tolhe third generation, Is backed Woodtord Knox have aired the following, wtn ia aa clear ny it." yean in Kentucky Hie record upby tborough-bridioboth aides, making him records of 2 SO or belter- Iron Age2.IV1., Capitols Booms. Mother -- "Go on " as a nine sided cryetil and hia ambition ia very active and sprightly In gait. In lorm and 222',. Krank I" i ii. Nellie Walton .- AT $15 TO C'OI.T. --A,My glasaej fell off and M- -. Beafinish a perfect model. He was sired by the noblo thanes H. 27, Fanny M. 2..9' Wallaie 2 B.(i Aa Execu'orol Lewis V. Phlllpi, dee'd, I cller pure and lofty. He ia made of the etaS of DICRIITION AND PI. lit. for tale, on easy teuns, the following real estate In Hump'er Denmark, he by Ooddard's Denmark, Ithalr2 2u,S, Maud M tiller 2.'V,. Kilty Moint con mv raj bare face." TLife, 2 10: Chub 227, Juhn H. Ilral.l i27'4 llllbrtth wbicri etatejtnen are made and the office of "l lambsteni.n ."".?." and near the growing town ol Lancaiter, Uarrard he by Ualnts A Cromwell's Denmark, ho hy the bort, Maid 2 27',. tfrndjw teen han.lt blh, .L.lt race burse Denmark, ho by Imported Hedgeford Hamb'n aimt 2 two white fet hshliul .ill's county, K'ntucky: lieutenant go7ernor will be but a stepping-tonCopeland 2 A", lilac k Hhsi 2.10- Arthur T. 2 to, William Welih'l, "','t;1 k NCTTO Be DorjnrEU. A Philadelphia I One Brick Store-rooon Public Squire ol said Ills lit dam was sire! hy Hlr Wallace, hn by .,L i, Nina, pair, 2 22i, Ho. sly, scer, 2 22', Ac 211. dam Katie Orl,.,e,;i,, t,7f-- . Wallace, be by Mr AHert (thoroughto the distinguished and honorable pbyaician eiya that a great deal of wha town, now used as a J..""!'. I, I "'i'" lUlm'. lllsck frame Store room on the Public -- 'iiure, now bred) second dam hj vjrglnlus (dam ol Vlrglnliis L... iiro. .ism Mine .. v..w.i.. r. I.F lllin I',,-- L .' br ...-- . bv Tranl.y, Ihoroign l.redi he by the clebratl .niir tareer which frienJa have predicted for panel for heart die aae ia only mild ilju- - uid as a liuiily grocery room I.r ( haries, by 'V, s tutre Nr Aichy. III. dam Emlfr Two on Itlrhmond Htrret. near Put.. iliion't Whip, 3 dam a H!u him. Mr. Bryaa'a mcc?3r before the demo-rratImp Will make the ain ..flS7 at my firm, 3'$ lie Square, one now used M a Millinery Htoro. tht ia ouioion'y t.r Packolet f.lhf.7,.'' L'f pepa'r: thtt nervonan'ai bsd MESSENGER BREEZE ! Oreendilrer,7tUda. dsnfl.y "fj'y" I ' "" other .is an Indertaking establishment. convention ia already assured beyond temper, an 1 that With mllns from HuatonvlHe. near Carneiitei's tU'lini. l'' dam by llsuinbal , the go calleil this block will be sjld II ueslrtd a Jot of ground and wll. be periiiitled tu terse mires a: fc " the peradveotureof a doubt, and he will go ' in nrucesHi ,.t l,iiu adlolulck'. cin. malaria ia no'hin: bu. lszinen. Probibly I',2, J eriuout HamblMonlan ls flno hlg $10 the Neiison ur 5jtI2.no (o In- - Full One (arm with heme and other n(esarylni through tuu aham at Franktort like a he dosn't tell hii pttienta ao, b ,, " ', " . i'm to Mini Hesumgir 2. Ii". ' , by M.i hoestylnand koxI brother prorements,on tho lxlngtou lurnplke, S miles it then Hliro n JLIvliiK Coll. i,,;" ",r ,:,"','. 'N;'"r' 'IrM by svilil.n. ol 137 acres. vtirlwind. Loui.ville Truth senger Chief, sire ol Maud Misweetr, nodjubt a greit deal of truth ii vhnt he irom I.sniaster, 10 acres, If.' (us 2.S. Jrrnnlah 2.24' He,, e T "'I,'''1, One rami oil miles from Lancaster. Marts commlttel to yiare ind breeding will re3i better. William Welch I? i.'.0" ceive my person ll atuntinn al .' ras fur.il.tnd near the Lexlngtou Pike, improved, with house We canfeaa that our preference of B'lck-r-w- an aaya American Analjs A Marvel i.ii. ' uWetjmUi,. private rec "l A.Ti, 'm reiiotuole ruU'1, to t.n pml turbeforn Mih rciunvi-olmi'anu nicessQry ouiuui iiiugs. ' f d"ul baiitd entirely on hia military o rrsoi.iiLijity for anilcntsor 1st dam (ientlo Urwae, sire ot IVarl V .10, a .an Prime .;, and br I mi J One farm, uulmiirovtd, 3 miles from Lancaster, ' Al ' wba'V thU? ' exclaimal the intelli Ky., on the Lexington Turnplko ot 7J acres. Cotto )and s.nt of Parting with msres forfeits ihe Insuranee. .""' "" ' experience. He wa educated cr. dam by Wl";. q0f M.mfti And J. STEELE CARPEN TEU. of tho dam hi Mainl Messanger iitil' , ai.d.lVal Me- - le-- . 2Venuont ab. Ing a grand son compjMior. "Sjrinoua in atone", bjjka about Ialso a tract of JO aens on Gilbert's Creek, P Ms"n. miles from Lancaster. ,.i .h. lo do bin duty and not to stive way to sym- gent ilium As executor, I desire to tell all this property running brook.? That can't bo righttf' "D ' .Ill's Vermont cum bin 3, b,.knl pathy or maudlin reatimentality. Hi has in the 2nd dam Klttylliveis.tliodim l ilertle (.lib I am empowered by the will lo make dcods to it, win make an,,.. il0l .' b A flno cnacce Is now otTeied to tbjso desiring doub;leaa ordered many a man to be shot in I havei' He injnna 'Sermons in book, homos or racordufS mlauUs, record Iililoulaii by AbJalUh, .., Maribnon f "", ' investments In tb rilnntnrr hrnnlra ' Imt. helliuunder,2.lsui i! For lull particulars address my Attorney, II, T. and thia from a I'nnsi obedience to courl-mirtiit', by Alexander's AUUIlab, slrecf (ioidimlth au, 3 dam by Imp. mAsoi by II leiiuY. . """""tont-,,)r ger somr. ' And that is how the writer found Noel, Lancaster, Ky.. or the undersigned at btan-foranae otduty. It requires more firmneea Ky. Bav Stallion fosMed IU 1. lo handt high, It Maid. 31, VUll.IM'S, J. o .ho Si'ffi'-Wtit. And yet he waa not happy. Boaton 200.3m. ...:i.Kxecutor by Messenger Chief, 1st dam by Vermont Jr., 2 Srd dam by Itrd Jacket, siro of the dam ot (llarklej'a)on ot andreaolution than one, politician in a dam by Imp. Scythian, 3 dam by Bonner's Uray tolumhut. ,lri, ol' Cmn """' 2nd dam by llenra-.dEagle, 4 dam by Onstott't Telegraph. thousand poeaesca, to refuse pardon to a Trtncriptj Kentucky Wilkes. N'l'le Oiay 2.24; 3.1 dam .Ire V' me ifami ot Ills aire Messenger Cultf, 2 In 2 30 list, by A I, I Told Yon So. Wife-- If you would the Maud Mratonger, lull sister to Messsnjcr Ureee, .IsmofClniax 2 31. (.ill'J .criminal on the teirfut and beaeeching dallah Pilot, dam bv Mambrlno Messenger, 2 dam mi 11 thia .1.. . by Mambrlno Chief. U dam br linn. Manoleon: 4 had a record when I years of rayer of mother, wife andjaleter, while an piy a little more attention to what I say, U''T 0sk 2.25. at 5 yrart 2.2 and Log.n i.l', jlalio 'aire f dam by Temixwt: Messenger Clilof aired Maud lMienger2.1C'.i Marvel 2.23 Out 2,2 and many at 6 year. 2.20 and at 7 year, old won the t COO K'" ? ', NrtiS,' ,01 educattd military man looks at the bitd John, vou would be vastly better off You outers upatmeu to win tamo on tne turr. V V1'' sympathy aside and iLe know I told you that you were very foolish facia and pnta 'atrlM23i4, I'M.heq .' w Abdallah Pilot, by Alexandtr'a AUUltah; dam j urso at Cleveland, Ohio, In 2 ,lr;' u" "'" Hlandlna, by Mambrlno Chlar- second dam thesauic year. 1811. Sept. !.. .he beat tho crack ,',.m f TliSmf-ocrttuina. bangs Tais ia what the 'State of to take your flinnels off so soon Husband E. H. BURNSIDE, by Parker's llriwn Pilot. Ab ; ftneckly) I know id by dear, I know id Thompion a match raco lorf. V by A bj.iuh. slro dallah Pilot sired PIckard 2 1SV,; Ilel Jim 3 year Ited Wllkes-P- hll Kentucky is auditing for more than ofSlr reco a iris; atceamger cniet sir-- t Maud Met 000, old In2ir,i2.17i-2.I- 9. likely to have just ahchew.k'cbewi Did id! Davis will IWIIounTler; 2nd d'.m ",'e by"'ilIhnl1,rIn,P' Mr.Crlt and we are - Known scii2er2.1C'J' This Old Well Sb JL".' k1!!.?',!.! ttwn'bi Hamblony i; Alexander's send her an Uie governor in Gsn. Buckner that we are " Ia boring nn arlerian well at Eureka, Alexander's "i tsnlan, dam Katie Hotol Maintains ite lah tirtii uoiutmiin .msui 2.11, llosallnd Abdal- cultand say. hethl. rearloIhrnn, her record n.l 2,.r. "', ulml ""'Uiitetonlan Is the slieof . N "lio", i expect, lower to 10 Ki 2.21; jfimng for. The politicians in many States Cat., they found charred woid at 500 feet Jli.rSc?rli: J?i ? ?.r ot Tri High Tliornlsle 2.22J; Major Ed.all 2.29; Ht. Elmoro or 2.12. MnjLinnopr Uracra Ii ' "lucrs "". rec- )... i oriUnfJ nn n I....- with nmmltlibt uv I'.wiiiitiii ,mt oil? - - -- villi "ci t;t have long ago learned their weaknesses and and pieces of shell and parts of the skeleva.a AND i.nu. lie a so sire.1 A mont. uennoni. iieisora. scrmoni (liownlng's) damt Chief, together with Jerome siro of K ha. Allen 2.2V "' VerV, nn." ,k ,.,'wk hence the establishment of boards of par ton of a bird at 5S0 feet. Proprietor ii Determined thai Siielby l.iijy.,; avane Jiuuiftoathe a, innof inunutr was at tbe same age. Iti bdiiy ng's Measengor Ureczo Is a beautiful red bay, IG bandt is s Ire of thedam. o I'n 2.2S',etc. ueoona to no Country aa to take the power of life and Jons, so it Knau be Metsenger Chief, Jr , will nuke, tne present sea.on2.'5!?.?rM",,"'rlDO ,,r"c'' -- - "of IWI.' re of is being tried in the A mitrailleuse Hotel in the State in iu Pare. Wll- muscular aud strong, death away from the weas: governors and son at my jilace I1 1 i.illt irons Hutlouvllle on tho high, Ifllll-r.tl- a Appointment!, or AttenUrsdfonlivlllo pike, el of a speedy conformation and there does not exist put it In the bands of several, so that they Austrian army that will fire 1,000 bullets tion to Comfort of ?,k h tl,, a tiner tptilmen ol the ilreof llelleofriaratogaWy, between ir '0 feconds. 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on Kentucky soil could share the responsibility Allen their Oneiti Vouna lAmefiM V .E,h trotting bred horso and coming at he does from a of the d.m.'of BInch.2.23S? them. We hope never to see anothet gov .V!M Money duo when coll ! lualed or mire parted or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by itrankenneis, Tentic.see2 27, and also thoVouiXrll " and from the with. Maiei will be j.iatured at 12 per month, producing family, bis tire, lilt ilauiia J his grand-di,h Black trnor of Kentucky chosen from the namby-pamb- y administering Or. Haines' Golden Specific. Dagajage will be coareyed toaerommodatl ocs that h. r"t free of charK. Npeclal l win not be resHintii.ie lor accKietita nut "'ale IDl1 all being producers of speed, be Is Just the .ndlemalellnelifof 2jo or 11,1!' representa. political class until the pardoning to Commercial Travelers. The liar will a 'fa'ff .rr i.t, Urea. Jt. if It can be given In a cup of collee or ten wltli-ialways aapplled with the choleett Hutlonviiie, kind ota horso lo mako a lasting iNtprmion on Columbnsfltarkla.i.l the knowledge) of the person taking It, ef jvower is bo distributed that It cannot be braadtof Llqaort aad Claars, fivtins a speedy nntl permanent cure, whether StalTlun, My hit progeny. Old abused as we have seen it done in recent dm patient ii a moderate drinker or an , "ar. h' from Canada, VliofflnStlSeL-W"- !. f0"'" If we are not mistaken, Gen. Buck oei-- wreck. Thousands of drunkards liuvo tiJOBT HUPIfilAN. Jp'JO TO INSL'KU A MAIM. IX I'OAL. Narlg.iior2 31, llosa ioml2 3U'? fears. .Vt' ,c,,1"n"'" made temperate men who tho lumbus 2 3.M ' 'and "" it ncr Is ihe man for the times and by a firm Uolden Specific In their ooflco liae takentheir Will in ike the iwson at .11 SMITH Money due when tba dams ol ltn without tho fact Is auerlalnrd, or mare Morlll2 27. iV.i..mV?.01. llAHJIIJIA.'S.liMHUi,m Uul rd on the ta .' ii,. jjneervatiye administration will redeem the knowledfie, and belles e tlicy quit drink8TANFORD, KY. ftomr el piitnat $10 to iitmiff ti flrtiiu parted wjth or bred to another hor;, Will make or oeitir J,?."r t0,UM ''" I' Ibe si rniif 11 p.i. ing ot their oin freest ill. No harmful effect ..... n. i,.. 2.so vntt. ttme lunultion. asabivo. le It n tine com State from much of the disorder and re- rwsult from its ailiiilnlsttatiou. Cures guaran' ,M? lhl r 03)t south tide Main ritiM, two doo tired llYiiOor binid horse. Id Bauds high nrgnd st.ln and no- lie leasrnol lft7 on tho larm' of bin i.ii.ar....;.!. !,'c.r. ,a mnnsra 0 J i olum. or, tuMyars Hotel, teed Si.d for circular ntul full particulars. proach that have fallen upon and has jirnvtn h'm-ei- f isnlindiil brrt de JUiinlitccJ wlic. tion VlitftMS " 'l'lPiiei (iOl.tiK'. Sri'.cirict'o. .ld wa. Inihe'rVw,.01 ".'.?,.""''r. which nir j Nitrout Ozlac w . lUHIIUtT.Uv 1 t.l.sTEIt, n ,tx Stnti-fflSccfelfilnkriar lournal The lirflVlft l 3Ssx ytfki.iWv Su sea-soUrn-rol- SECOND JEWEL. 1 M RABHELD'S BEeULATUli a sprcirio ron nt WOMAN'S UlSEASES V AKlK I POWDEI tliiies-defra- iUiil-ithi- nd llrol-LaTu- im-la- Absolutely Pure. (, BLACK HAWK, BELG-IUM- a . houni:, i.. "" F.RTIISmim ( four-yea- bree-ler- Sale at a M' " Adi-ocate- , b.-in-g pt : coal lands la-V- il. ! in Liven', Tniiniii rtcwu-mend- lf WATERLOO! ,,, SALE STABLE -- -- 20S-6- -l d side-ebow- JIIJLMXJEItW Mara-.'JM-'- T contain-tenthouisu- sMy-bre.- 1 '' ltt-toc- 16i-2- ARTHUR SIMS. SILVER KING,r Iniiiron r r HBvvniifsTK iwiVAiiimMiivx rW In-1- t--r '''''""''""MOllh. J-- bn . !' .,u:r,i,a .u Pl YOU ATTENTION WALKER. SOLICITED. .. Hrl.Ig-por- t, '"k ai ),..:.?,. II...t. Meu-f.a'- "-M- Wallace Denmark ll i i.a, Vermont Hambletonian. 1 FOR SAIiE n INSrili: a Ity-ds- e it, '. dry-goo- room-On- !. More-room- (wj-tliirdi- ., , i can, is s elu-;atioaa- ' '!'k T'-u- '''., T.... MESSENGER CHIEF, JR ld nrlTu. . MYERS HOTEL, , STANFORD. KY. Propr and Still Reputation. S'Wl,l.i,.?3i' iV ,"""''. 'fl' -'- r-of V. a !'.' IS)j-2.!il-- jy o'i y$'X "'' "1",.,,!,"-tu1nln- '"' ll M - n, - ' 7,i ' ' "V) U 'I 4j f '- -. i,. fi . i? well-bre- well-kni- t, y 2', ut .,,... aleo-liol- n HVHGEON . DENTI8T JO ABDALLAH, ir-e- y a 4Uwo ow, irftiviuiiott. Uuut. r 'iu...-- a n.i tun ln.s.nri'lle, Ky. About I mile Irom S'a-lo- rd ' s to Kentucky TIM -- . V fOIIA'.s.ss. blood ctatloid.y. S'l