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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887050601 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. emi Veekt " VOL. XVI. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT, gmUtm AY 6, 1887. OBITUARY. COUNTY M,r-ctburi- mfita -- L NO. 226. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE I'ubllMhcit TitcMdmiHaiul h'rlttnv -- IT a 1'EllA.NNUM, CA8H. understood If credit that 81 peeled and demanded. w - will In J ' W. P. WALTONA i New Yankee Trick, I went ii ti In one rif lln alntiphler lintlf frl.ml of mine While I a there a man who piddled keroieno around the ' city in a wacon drove up and wanted oiiio ' tie finally tioiiirht a lot of Ihixe i ,n her -T- here i on a heuioc sheep bladders that will hold when blown for qsoUhr stove which i up from a pint to a iiiml. Afltr he lft we ,IU,B n cnrMiy, and neeun to me to be an talked it orer and wondered what the man , ",lL'le of merh- - Tho ',lel '" M could want them for. They are u?ed in Rnd wter the water, making b3louna.vm.1e., but he couldn't ' wa,er KllH U m,ule al n"1" co'' Kinilly I Marled for want them for thi -- L"CMer can bowl of a Renulne, old acro-- i a tild cime up hone nod in ctitlin: ,ine-lhlmore A Oalo on tho peddler' waKon Mandlnc by the (," hioned liKC hl"'ln'i I"" " onof the.e ancient , can-in the wagon fence. The keroen chicle-belww- n IbU plco and Diuville. were covered with a cloth. I walked up Somer-de- r closer andeaw the nun al work pully tin-- . John Wosdcock feel like he h in he aUise mow lo loiin It carries the cloth. II would take n bladder, force It down through the mouth of a cm, him b"k ,0 ,he ilA1 of hl" Toulh. The " lhe Cnrlln church blow it up with a Hick wild a hole through it,takeaatrinfroma bunch already cut c,n,inUB --"Jlh uw.lu.ed intereet. llrother Hrrlnii up the ainner,. Hi, and ready, tie the mouth vt the bladder I"Mnk mM Hlln,U'r n,Khl l,r0,"!', be'ml CT" I watched let it remtin in the cm. U a eure enouKh hell and that him until he had GxeJ up nil hi can, !n H'at there "hen a fellow et there he i in for ail left hn, tint way. Hehadaomibhdde of Wltlnj; out. o T I wananxiou, toi.eewt1atheintendedtodo,e,erul,'-,hereUnWe "e UJ ,0 'ee 0,,r Nrtner turnup and with them. He drore alon? to a hou.e awounncmeoutto Lny eotne keroeeoe, jhlir aUcn,ion ,0 ,he Mi'in-- ' of of hore, Itowta jut a much to hrinKini her own can. He cot partly under' fCtllb " file hor-With ueh filling the cm and 1 aiw the cloth while him put cne of the bladder In her can and llor"e M Gibb' HrotliBro' ()rr,rd W.lkei, lltlmu blow it up the name a- - he did in hi, own 1Mr' Arlhl,r fiim ; Warner' '"1 Kiglemnn A Karri.' Dlucmont t cauf. He then K.re her ihe can and went alon. Thw U a pretty eharp trick. Kr- - "Im from, wo cannot help keepim: ery can with a bladder in.ide will l0j with our .l.ter Miiotlei. JrJttll, trritinK froa. hie new -'- M ofcjun-efrm- i a pint to a .part le, oil, Killarner, Florida, mji that vilUgo lhnheiijfttinpayfor. Full or empty, Jawo, boom H"Peclalo hate water-de- r no one would be likely to di.coTer the bttd " on He is II would not rattle, beinj: work' in 0I'"Uon b7 M&7 --"Jt1in the en ' "inX lotoerj day; My the climate i aoft, would idd nothing to toe welnht and t UelirfUtfutj no hotter there than in Ken-ecould nnt he cta -- Urldctpart fCt.) lucky, if you only keep oul of the eun. He " and wifa both In excellent health and de ;, 7 Women. It I ,, S.ncii Ciir.i.Mt bociET with Monda ha been no creat aecret that mauy ladie ... oodeock, John bni Miller,', John , in ociety hereof Ute year hara amoked Duncan and Joel alker left yeMerday, . ... . . , Thursday, for a week' fiihine apree on the prac Li,t winter tho , ton C3rrepocdent. Lumberlind. LtocaMer can boat of more lounu k're,i iTor portmen than any town around u, , lice oi loor anions the fair ex and many genteel and correipondent, prompted by a en- ! i&clely hae indulged ,' "UKKeata that thee Kentlemen could 7i and . in it. Kch enull-Jipptime more profitably at liome ,1 wab aho conrey from and by , . with the r wtrei and umiles. the filthy dust lo her ilp,. Tho article uied "iptain Mike Sutton "c, me down from . for thi, repuNite purpe i, the old fah,, ' 'he mountain Tuesday and after a few . ioned yellow Scjlch nutt, of which four . . ... way by hour . ret and refreshment, left on the time a much conMioied in LouMHe He Koe ,nB lr4'" the women of ibl, m.lrop jlia a, for tho liC olf.ctory organ by all the lhUh" lo'e" fo,r lU'kn" H;.C- - K'ufl illation of the 'J R f"d,f". K- L" nufl taker, of both eexe. When the prac '",an',M U,Tom,ln.OD and J. Harw ISrown, aie lleohoneefiruedupa woman it tendipg the coiiTentioti m LiuiTillc. I. ; a niio i" rm ,u ., ii(y if ...... i. .!.. . w The country will ha perfectly ,a'e in the ehake it oil Nuther ruin'd htullh, elf hards of thesj gentlemen. re'pect, love for her huhand, children or friend, cm ive her utliclent recolution to from Peck's Sun. ahiUinfrnn "diKgini;" or "dippini;,'' a Gould ha, recently made ue of the null chrwIbKi Called. following in regard lo wealth: "After all, what doe, any man gt in this Mkmohy. A Jot. .iNn lint Hi'i'iiV!;i woii i except itouielhing to wear and some huiband wa sitting in hi, more at Mirlei er 15 yeirs ago wewrole I li'ttur In lien fimilinr liiml KrililU' where to live." c- tJ3'J'" was handed to him It wis from hi -- He. "n rtimuiaieii minion', usii me suur wuriH whom he had lift at hom that uiorniiu and ent Guild a mirke I rnpy of the paper with every Hsiurtnce of aflection and devo nnd wrote on the margin of the papir tion But the very first sentence elm lied Jny, divide up and go li'hin and him and a i h re id on the mail terrible "Now, hayH nme fun with your money.'' Did ouipicion ve'teil hi in ''I am forced to It'll Mr Guild divid up" Nin-- ' I).d he I know will trouble you thai trying lo pile up million, and go nhiug t fim it. vmi lull ll 1. t.i inltf 1.1 .li j.i nn,,',!lTC ,,,r,? "e ptdelrlm: and know ,., let the result termined you money, unui lie na,n i a dozen uiAKir he what it may, I have known for a wee l frienu, on oarth, anil when he tnke, nuy lhat thi, trial w.t, routing, but kept it to recreation he goe ofT )!! a ?l,000 000 tam when it ha, retched n myself until yacht, so far away tint noh)dy cn murder crisis and I can keep it no longer. You him, get, ee sick and lecn, over the nickel uunt not ceiiMtre me too lmhly, for you p'ated railing and thr.iw, up a $10 meal. must reap the reward a, well a myself. I And that he cU enj ivine lif ' do hope it won't crn,h you. The llour !, all An old writer, speaking of death, oil' i'.eie ,nd aui thi, afternoon. I "1 do verily believe in ihow lircihlo le by thi, method vuu would not forthought and preparttion, wherewith wh st get it." She vai right. 11 didn't. rS.vannth it out lhat moro terrify u than the thing iuolf; a new, unite contrir? wny of living New the cr.e of mothers, wive, and children, Near thi, plact there live, a farmer who the of n4toni,!ud nd aflecled Iriends, always wore a soft, woolen h.U and when he a dn.k ro"n set hround with burning ti went to the war he alway, slojit with hi, ptr ; in tfu, ur.lhing hut gho,tlinias und The habit of f.uir hat for a pillow. horror roui.it alnut u ; render it ,s for und yearn' standing wn fa,tened upiu him abV that a man alaioxt f mvit liiajelf dead not to bo ehakctictl, nnd even to this day and buried alraady " the arm, of when old man John S range Htorle, urn often told concerning the old wool hat mint pillow the Among tba pcaiili'tritlc, o( wild uniunl-bend that was once a target for Yankio the l.ittst U one by a Cmsdiin paper as I bot und ahell. Gibion (Gn ) Knterprisf; "Where there Hie few deer a big The purchase ol pine land, in uoilhern Ht.g i, generally acoompinied by a small and central Loui,lana ptill ccnlinue. A one, who r.rta a, hi, elave. Toe dutie, of slnjle lirm, representing leading lumber in- the latter are to watch en a hillock while terest in Grind Kip'uls, Michigan, ha, put tho m,ter lie, iu a emu hole nut of the bought 30,000 acre, more c.l government wind, and tj go in front when thuro i, hjui pirish, making prospect of danger. Any :nglis'onc i pine land in holding, there L"J0,000 acr, nil quickly puniahod by the horn or fortfeei o' Hi toul boithr within thu Inst two year, hi, lord." How toCuhk WauTi. I'iaoe the thumb A there are 1 500 lawyer, in I'ailadel phia, ml over 0,000 hit, where Uij'ior i upon the wart and prw it Kint the lone upon lhe Move the wart hiok and Hold, i will be noon that every praoliiiorer irritated or four bir t inak biislnw, foi him hone until Ilia iooU beccm has Four sUomi, tatdo not tutu out, direcily eore, when the wart will diapnar. I uve or indiroctly, euoueh litigation to keep que had tiuitij a number upjn my ho4i nuii lawyer busy, an- - hirdly Uuinu a prosioroii, have got rid of all of tuein in tat maimtr. trade. in . Lancaster. Wool in worth 123 cent per pound hue. The buyer are A. H. Klce A Co, and William rlilliman. Kid. V O. Qoodloe, who preached for the I'rejbyterim church here lust year, has accepted a call at Greenup, thin State, lie le.itea for hi new Geld at once. If we havo no late frot, Jamen Doorea think, thero will ha plenty of utrawberrie. W. G. Anderaon lian made the remarkable tlinovery that it In warmer in summer then It i" In winter. Madam Humor ha it that there are lw0 tlr here shortly. The reported bride are two of our htmtleororet lB,liM nml ,he toonu ftre KMl"nm "f ccUe"t h8hIl, PffDE3"7Ur- Your regular correapondent i, in Louiayille with the unterrified. Klder Shackelford, of Lincoln, preach' ed here Sunday and Hundny night. William Weaver, of K,na,, wrr m,r ried Thurcday to Mr Xincy Xjwcnmb. near Hrodhead. ;' The rumored marrinee of one of biHlno men ha, taken place It waa 15. V. Billion, poatranater, to Martha DinielH """ .,.bi t ud e ' '"P"" '". ua'ni' d 'd r'e l" Pe e. ' ' '' I ... ',,,.. .,.,,,.,. ,,.., nuu-iinpier Our Sunday achool i not havinc the altendance it ahould lnve. Thern are enough children and other people here to make, it as cood n echool a, tlmre i, in the mnuntaic if thev oould onlr be induced to attend Mi, Luda Franrifco, a 1" year old dptijrhter of J'.Bier Francicco, died Monday mornini! of me,Rle. Thi, i, the pec ond death iu tho family within the last week, tho other beinij Tommy, whoe dealh wesreporteil in la,t p,per. Mr. Franchco, the fft'her, ha been dancerouoly low with theHtmn ailment, but i, pomq better al thi, writlne. What appeared to ome to be an in repirt from here a nhort whiln ulnce i plain enoilch lo those who nnder,lood the ailuation When the per-aa- n in question ran for office, ome year, pin re, he wa, a resectable man and had influence, wa, not the wreck that he ha, almrot bioucht hiui'elf to to. day by the ex ceive u,a of whi,ky. Mr. Jarne, Maret cne, lo fit. Lout. Welncdav eveninir fler the nomination of governor f made. We uppo,e he eoe, on account of the price of shaving having been raied to 15 cent, bv the Liulavillo LONDON. KY. barber, Col J II. Fi,h, of Hell county, F . B. RILEY. Proprietor. will accompany him a the bootblack, rave Ttioroiislily Kciiotalcit mill Itefur-i- i raided on price, too, though the Colonel I ill eit (liroiiglioiil. Flrit-i'lfiH- i I'ii re may have to go on to Chicago to let hi ami roiisnmililo prlrri. Dny tuiil nlulit contract. ItiliiHnrr met liy iollle 1'orlerHof llilw 207Cm. A non resident who attended aervice, popnlnr House. at the Chrirtlan church Sunday night wa int. A'iHK.i, JAS, U. OIVK.NS, oUy Public. somewhat ,urpried to see that the organ wa not need. Oa inquiring of some one for the reason therefor he wa, informed lhat it wa only u,ed In Sunday nchool and Sit Fifth Street, w not urcd in divine ervicea on account - - ICY. of the prejudice of a few old fogie who had not been raised to such thing. It i, Dlock, (IDCIy.) Itoouii3inJ 5, Crotnle paing atrange how a civilized community will allow one or two prejudiced person, to control such mittcr, when nine out of ten JtAJXST., IIICHMO.M). KV. de,ire to do otherwise. We say with the B. msjorty, let the organ be used. way-worn s, L. U. Yale inform u, that hi, mother, Mr. Ruth Yalea, died nt hia home in IIma'h, Kama,, on tho 11th of April, 1SS7, In lhe S121 year of her age. where 'he had lived for the lent ten or twelve year,. Thu, a mother In Irael ha passed awajjgnne lo her home "beyond the rivei." Fjr nbiut 10 year, , he wi, an lion orcd moiber of the Methndint church in lhe town of Stanford, ICy., eer true and rarely faithful to ber IriMt. Hqt reit w empty in tho house of worship, and at so c n and prayer meeting her presence show l her to ha a constant, true nnd faithful ivanl of the Ood of alienee. Her sick and alllicted npii;hlir, 07er, if able to go, received her kind and faithful ministration, and christian attention. Her houac wea always open aa a home fjr the itinerant preacher. We knew her loDp; we knew her well, and we know when we my our pioneer preacher of evrlier day of the Methodist Church, such men a, father Geo. W.Taylor, John Janip,, Hatwell J. Perry, George W. Merritt, Bihop Marvin, John G Brucj, the Minor, the Godby,, the Kel-leywith other, we could mention, if liv in?, testify that after many lont; anil weary ride', on district mission,, hnrd, rough and comfortles, circuit,, iu the early day of Methodism in Kentucky, they found a cheering home, ccmfortabld night' lodging iu the home and home of our departed sister, whose care and sympathy for the itinerating preacher never eeeuifd to grow weary or less. R V, Stanford, April 20. 1W A note from Dr SPRING CLOTHING. Considering the quality of our clothing and the prices affixed we think this department is in better condition for the purchaser than ever before. We claim the CLOTHING- & SHOE TRADE - 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. H d -- RuPIiK Ii:itCIIAM TAII.OIL hae recelrcd and still recelTlng ac I New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best In the market, which will be AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LOUIHVIljliE, Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Bocond to Dono in City or Country Give Me a Trinl. DB3I O- - H.TJELE"5rr. WILLIS HOUSE. J. WILLIS, Proprietor, 201-l- WALSH, THE TAILOR, 2:$2 .... DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY For gool Titile And clean and well furnished rooms, this Hotel bm no superior. Good rtmpte roums attached. FOUR1H AVENUE, .... " - ..!. ' Jy 'e'e -- " lf ! t ' X: ,a. Mr Judge Breckinridge wa slichtly better Wednesday evening. Mr. Given Webb, Gilcher A Brother' efficient clerk, i, ill with inflammatory rheumatism, A delegation of Danville Odd Fellow will go to Lexington on the Gth inst., to attend a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Friendship Lodge of that place. Deputy Cjunty Clerk Jona B. Nicho's thi morningrecordeda mortgage of $3,500, 000 given by the LiuUville A Nashville railroad to the New York Trust Company for borrowed monev Mr,. Mary I) Stllce, wife of W. J. Sallee, died Monday evening, from illne,, the resjlt of premature childbirth The funra! ecrvice, were conducted by Key V T. Hale, of the Bpti,l church. j Bev. Joshua D. Knox and Susan Tucker, both colored, obtained marriage licence thi, Thursday) morning and were married by l're'iding Klder Geore W. Hatton, o' the Methodist Caurcb. Kv. Knox i, also a Methodic minister. D. 8. Hinman and Tip Bruce luiisrit Wednesday of H I) Bruce a b,y geldon ing, I yetr old, M hand, high for $225 B II. I'erkin, ha rented tho property of Mr. K. A. Akin, cornir r.f Main and Second street nnd moved there with hi, family friend in Mi, Z)c Welch i, Mr B F. Piillip made a flyCincinnati ing trip to Georgetown Wedne-day- . Mie Sue McDowell has returned from a yi,it lo Chicu'o. Mr. Thoma, Durham, of D.y-toOhio, i, visiting friend, in this oun ty- - otTKateiftOOnerday. y VSaAXVS ! IiOUISVIXIiE, P. trial. (217 1m) S.-F- INE KY. DR. W. B. I am now prewired to take orders for all kinds ot plants and will hive them ready at any time My plants are from the best seed and are warranted to be tbo btst. SIC-t- GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. ready ltowland. rue i d O.J.XEIVLAXO. Stanford thi: TiioHM';iiimi:n HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL .M AUQl'IS OF ADELINE. ii Id IPfl uUHL. Alwayj on hand and JLLIUU PflAI fur delivery. OIto T. L. rfHELTON, PENNY, ytnniorrt. - DENTIST, - "Kontnolcy i DIM.S.liUKDETT, This lino Hull will stand the feaons now com 1'lke on mencvd at my stable on the Lancaster BRODHEAD KY. half mile (rum fcutiford Court House at wl'h tlin prlillcfiecl breeding tbo rowun Has and til the cow proves In can. Mouoy due when cow has had an expcrlen e ol over fifteen years, 8po succfsifiill treated hundrels of caes is first serred. eJ Is glTen to the treatment of all disclal attention Mntquls of Adeline's sir, Herbert, his sire patients Aollo and Dam lmxrted Southern lieau- - eases of tbee)es. Kama and address ol220-ocured given on application If desired. Marquis of AdtleneS dam, Adeline, het aire Imporiiil Uncle Tom dam Imported Ijdy Fisher. For furtlirriarticiilrs as to pedigree sco H- -l H. H. Thlslsa Tery tine yoitni! Hull from a celebrat-e- l lamlly ol mllktrs including tUe cow Kclio, the , Utr unttr IlkIiij reiused OS,-OC- 0 greatest 'of lit r fur her. Holsttln-I'rilnla- n rattle bare taken the Tho We nnte a s; ei laity ol tha maniilai ture oi fine lead as the txl lor tha fiiully, and a cross with Hoots and Shot i and guarantee our work In erery tho in I rod nets a very nne animal. I reaped. Two flist-cas- s workmen are already will buy all tbo uial- - calvea begotten by this employed and others will In engaged If necesury. Hull atgKditris dilvuei at weaning time. Itepairing done neu'.Iy and at short noth. Viwz us a tall and we will serve tou right. ISO-t- l 'taofjrd, Ky. VEXXtXUIOX A; JOIIXHOX. Lancaster Mrcit 112 lm OCULIST, ' Ofiie on Lancaster street, rcit door to Iscm mor JonstitAi. ofSco. Office hours from 8 to l'i a. u, and 1 to S p. u. Anesthetics adralnlsterod when necessary. I16llyr. d) BOOT AND SU0E STOKE. ft tvl ULi9!UUiI 1 1 1 irrpj Tiipy I uiJItie-C!rnHM ;eiTflL e. Konlf." ii ir. ;. .uii.i.r.u, Shortest and Quickest Hocto from Oen tral KentucKy to all Points North, East, West and Southwest, Fast Line Between t iZ ''.' ? kl - l'i J., K.5 n? LEXINGTON ? tfc CINCINNATI i(o. 10 IN GOLD l'Ain roit v.ii.i. tit: NTEWCOMIB 2EOTJ374! MT, VERNON, KY. n Hotel Is still main- lhisold and Charges reasonao'e tattling lis fine reputation Special attotitlon to the traveling public. 31. V. Xi:Wi'03IJt, l'ro'r, fc'chodulo In Effect May 16, 1S!S. i HOCTlI-UODt'- No. 6, Ex. Bun.1 i pni' Ho.lt 2 00 pro 3 S3 pm 4 SS p in ti IS pm 6 10 pm 5 12 p m 6 05 p m 7 15 Dally !Ex. Bun 8 ARBDCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS. csrt-nnn- Mor-phe- u, " tLr negro hoy nsmed Tom Kitchen aged j year,, struck another boy of the name color and age turned Bony Bnrdett in the b,rk of the head with a brick. Tne strike occurred this morninc; Bnrdett i, suppo'ed ty be eriotuly injured and Kitchen i, under arrest. A meeting of the medical examining brmrd of the S h judicial district wis hf'd at the dike of Dr A. W. Johnstone on Tuedav, and I)r J'ime, Kinnaird, of Lun-cle- r, was elected president and I)r: I S Warren, o' Somerset, secretary. Mr. Kos, Burnide, of LniMs'or, wa granted llcenro to prrtrlice medicine for two years, with the understanding thn he wa, then to attend The Biar.I adjiurncdto mulicil ltclur-Mmee' the l,t Mfdv in June next in Pan-villI'nys'uian, in attntiduiiio, Dr. A W. J ihcstnne, Jiim Kiotmird and I. S. Warreu A ImiKinn wity ha, ben organized at B'ue Mound, Kaime. The rate, tre hi follow: For straight hug, jt'rl lu.'er Id y"iM,'J0 cents, emu hug of utii..i'e tlitrnlior; for 17 to 25 vears. 75 reni. ; chi) 1 nnrui, dO'cenU; ,nother unn' wife, $1; witlovv 20 renttt o $2, accortting ; ntd iil'int, It e,ot, to l'i or twn f r " ,nd no limit to tiuiu Minislttr m ticket, U iod U!'.?rj In pay in ndvertis'iiy cb A 1 . esti-b-ls- Piomium, Premiums, 6 Premiums, 25 Premiums, 100 Premiums, 200 Premiums, 1,000 Premiums, i SI, 000. 00 1 S500.00 each S250.00 " SI00.00 " S50.00 S20.00 " SIO.OO R3.Cm Mt. Vernon, Ky 9 40 a m! 9 21 pm .... 10 43 a m 10 13 pu jll 25 a ml 10 40 pm 12 10 pmlt 17 p ml 11 to a m 10 4 i p nl Lve. Tarts Arr. Winchester ... U 20 p ra 11 20 p u1 1 50 pm, " Klcnmuuu Le. ' Cuvlngton 8 10 " CynthUua Arr. I'aris " Lexington. " Ijincastcr " fatanlord Talmouth am " MK. Iff. Ii. NO. IU EAST ( TJEOEfit KENTUCKY, , 5 07 0 00 pm pm pa , I i' fu . ;u In nt . irs.n ' r 1 il,riHtiin ' mn I'M !' xee l Iri'ti ' '"fifKi HE3TNIT STRE1.T, LOUISVILLH, - Lve. Hlchmond Arr. Berea " Llvlntiston. NOHIII-BonN- . . '1 00 pm 3 20 p ml .. 5 45 am . j No. 3 ' No. 11 No. I ""Wf I'ortuerly of Crab Onlnrd, oilers har services to theladletas purchasing asent Any thing from ihnsmalleit article to a woddln; outfit will reA trial ceive her pi juipt an 1 personal attention. ;:o-itii solicited. ft ; - A"T -- .itiSk WIPD . COMPANY A C jt A A NEW FAST MAIL LKAVISC. BOH! " Lancaiter Arr. Ulchmond fTvo. Itlcbmond Lve. Livingston.... Keren Arr. Klchmoud Lve. ltowland 11 8 00 am 10 25 am 45 a m 7 8 11 20 00 a m 11am1 am Arr. Winchester,. Arr 1'arls Lvo. Ixixlngtou Lvo I'aris 11 1 10 p m ti 03 a ml 2 10 p ml 7 00 a m' 3 20 p iu 8 00 a m M I.oriM'IMsH l A-- CINCINNATJ, ttae'ert .. .. .. , Iy, secures lo " Cynthlana raliuoutli i 45 S 30 Arr Covington p m 7 25 a mi p m 8 20 a ru, 3 59 pm 8 5.5 a n 4 47 p m 10 Ola u G 00 p in 11 80 a m 3 45 pm 8 40 pm 4 17 pm 8 13 pm 6 45 pm ' ,& 0. il M .Ova, n4bT3$ If f.v.tlMWj'. -- (TIE U ii 1ST H'i HMD l'i.' treat u. l MiuS , SERVICE niuurii! i'i. "J '"""' ns r u'leu'P' d l' to i v Vfcvr LJ s fiUWMIia I LEXINGTON.KY. and Aortllll cutim all trunk Itiiua i tlwlveit time twi'f u all points ill.Plml lliv' I 'i tlie.Voilfi, 'ucii guntaaie d iv t'r rt!it.-.-.- "', Bi'AtBll loupon lickii' (Mho ill Hi ShiMIi von will Cad our time table" aud tickets, cay Jo-nowi .Tlfiiiiii ud Kink to Jlonon, if von wan t .n luchey ami in ve pisaiu iur-u.- .. I.. O. McCOIlMlCK, I. IW...1 l'asiii;r .Went, k- -l Aaeuin aud Olh.ei. City Hi UiikkKK, SiT 1th Ave. UuWvii;. Ky. E tlntlnnatl, u loaannr, :."? V.u; nl Jt.rin'i'KH TIiouit n.'li'i hHw patrons i'llUlllitril i'oillort. - or The deium mated tlllclll"le iuiii lint 'llio Limit' spekw.v t.i It.. !'.. ti cf this fl'fst Is. Fast tr.'.n Notk. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Win cluster, (.extngton ami Cincinnati; other train' aru dully except Sunday. Ulrect conn. etlonj are male at Wlnehetter with Chesapeake A Ohio lor Mt. Merlin, Ashland, Huntington, Cuarleeton, W, Va., aud Kastern clt. Line.- - Not. 3 and 4 ran via Winchester Holld Trains, with Pullman Sletpluj Oars betweoc Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., aad Winchester aud Washlnclor. 1. C. Through tickets and barrage cltetkad lo any iWstl nation reached by railroad tat of the For full particular, call on soy cottiruy,or H lauif. V. n. MOIWE, Hen.Pats. ArNt, D. A.KSKt.KV, .H. K. HLST7l3rTnN' ('Tiotpq, .tv. Trav. it, sral istfites, JUelr. CovlrfMu, UilHjCtW I'sim. Aa)Mt. Ety K. 4 The sins of 00 colored sinners were sition. On taking the chair he made a and the reduction of such taxes on necessiwashed away in n cteok near Georgetown stirring and sensible speech, with the ex- ties demanded; the action of tho democratception that he chose to nominate Buckner ic house in reclaiming land grants made by Saturday and it Is said that tho water was in advance o( tho convention. His remarks the republicans to the amount of 100,000 so contaminated that all the fish died. May li, 1887 in that regard were out of place nnd in had millions of acres is endorsed and approved; Stanford, Ky The first deaconess admitted to the taste besides, The temporary organization a labor plank is adopted declaring that Episcopal Church in 400 years and the first wni completed by tho election of Messrs. their interests should ba protected, their oneeyor created in America was installed W. P. WALTON. Itingo, Graddy, Herndon and Crutcbfield wages guaranteed and a system of Impar- by Bishop Potter in St George's church. recommended that will New York, Sunday. as secretaries. The committee.! were then tial arbitration DEMOCRATIC TICKET. William Black, of Dtleville, 1ml., Chair in addition to one settle all differences between employer and appointed, the to member for each congressional district ad- employe; opposition is expressed to tho im- charged with whipping two For tho Legislature, ded B. W. Duke and V. J. Stone to that portation of contract labor, the employ- death, was taken out of his house by a vigl I)K. J. I). PJBTT17S, on credentials, Henry Watterson and James ment of children in mines and factories lance committe, stripped and lashed with Of Crab Orchard. A. McKenzie to resolutions, and Q. M. and the competition of contract with free buggy whips and ordered to leave town. labor; the resources of the State demand D. A.Shanahan and J. 11. McCarthy Adams and W. T. Ellis to organization. At this point Sicretary of State McKen- development and all cfbrls to advance of the Shanahan railroad syndicate, Louisapplauding the prosperity and tho investment of more for- ville, have the contract for building the exzie oflered a resolution fidelitr. wisdom and courage of President eign capital is warmly approved; and the tension of the Ojio and Northwestern Piiin-Cur- er Cleveland, endorsing his administration administration of Gov. Knott Is endorsed Rtllroad from Portsmouth to Gallipolis. lui.s Tho most, and'pledging support, l'res Taulbee, who as honest, faithful and economical. Mrs. Charles Martin, the wife of a effects Taulbee presented a minority report young farmer near Grand Riplds, Mich , had the hardihood to vote to pas) the pau per pension bill ovei the President's veto, striking out the clause commending the gave her two children rat poison and swal-lowa dose herstlf Oie child died nnd opposed the resolution and it waa finally president for the exercise of the veto powdecided to refer the matter to tho commit-te- e er which is received with cries of "no" and the mother and the other child are in a on resolutions. The tilt between Mc hteses, His speech is interrupted by the precarious condition. Texas is the only State in the Union Kenzie nnd Taulbee waked the boys up arrival of General Buckner, who advances and they plainly showed that Cleveland upon tho stago and After houre shaking hig enough to have, at one and the same wjb solid with the misses. The convention cheers have subtided he accepts tho honor time, a flood, a drouth, a hot spell and a and responsibility In a becoming and hand cold wave. This is true according to the then at 1:15 adjourned till 3 o'clock. On reassembling the convention went some little speech. The band plays D xie dispatches, or else her biggest liars are sending the dispatches. wild over the appearance of Betty and the and everybody is wild with enthusiasm. A Chicigo restaurant keeper named Bby, as they were taken down the utslo to Taulbee again proceeds amid much conthe box where theyi were the observed of fusion and it being suggested at ten min- Murdnugh suicided by jumping from the the observers, till Simon, jr., got tired and utes pat midnight that the electric lights roof of his house, One rf his waiters behad to be taken out. While waiting for are about to go out the convention adjourn came so greatly excited when he heard of W. P. W. Smith, Speaker of till 10 the suicide, that ho leaped from a fourth-storwindow and was killed. the Indiana Senate, ras introduced and Special to the Intbhior Joirs.vl Levi J. Wise shot and killed Robert made a rowing f pech followed by SenaLouisville, May 5th, 5 r ji. Resolutor Blackburn, Henry Wattereon, the Mas tions adopted almost unanimously after Owens at Lonardstown, Md., for intimacy sachusetts member of the National Com- pissage at arms between Taulbee and Mc- with his wife When ho asked him if the and kenzie Hardin receiyed 150 votes more rumors of it were true, Osrens replied "Yes, mittee, Congressmen Breckinridge 'laulbee. The speeches were timely and than Richards and was then unanimously by God," and before he could turn around eloquent nnd each speaker took occasion to nominated. Hewitt and Tate were chosen tire bullets had perforated his diaphragm. Wild- compliment the brave, honest and true by acclamation. South was not presented. Y0SEMITE, CASEY COUNTY. Mr. Watter-son'- s For Superintendent, Taylor 103 and man of the White House. t ahisend ol Lasey county has been unspeech was in rather a humorous 5S votes with Pickett and Bore-inusually disturbed the past week. First nnd vein and he brought down the house as he far in the lead and Thompson a Senator Harris Moves (hut It be referred In hts inimitable manner to the good third. But little change till third foremost the Pension Examiner held a Made by Acclamation, many patent nostrums now prescribed to ballot, when Goodkmght is withdrawn be- court at Ml. () ive last Saturday and created some consternation among several cure the body politic. The band discoursAnd It Is Dono With a Whoop. ed some enlivening music and the Commit- fore the vote is announced. Taylor is also feminine pensioners and also exasperation MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. withdrawn on the fourth; Thompson goes tee on Credentials still putting in no ap- under and the tug comes between Pickett against a witness or two who failed to testiBryan, Hardin, Hewitt, Tate, Pickett and pearance the convention at 5 took a recess fy to their advantage. Then Miss Amanda and Boreing, and the old chaplain wins by Oorbett Complete the Ticket. till fr o'clock to night. It is understood over a hundred. Corbett was nominated Stratham procured a writ against an anN. POTATOES, that there is considerable trouble over con- by acclamation and the convention adjourn- cient female by the name of Mrs. Harriet Carmichael charging her with perlolning FUJLLltEl'OIlT OF THE CONVENTION' tested delegations, the one from Mison ed finally at 3:30. W. P. W. ONION SETS, some pictures and her case is set for next causing the most trouble. Nora. May 4,,b. The democracy Saturday before Enquire John M. Tilford's Louisville, 8 r. . Toe Committee on Credentials Every democratic Congressman in the ! is in absolute possession of the city and is is still not ready to repsrt and cries for State is present and both Senators. Gov. court. Public opinion is divided in rtU-lio- n to the guilt of the prisoner. holding sway in its usual unterrified man Beck finally bring that gentleman to the McCreary is In fine health and spirits and On lastSanday "Tinney" Durham and ner. Delegates are here from ev.:ry county stage and he delivers a characteristic speech. as usual adding to his host of friends. He My I'etatoe are all Jfew York in tho State and are for the most part the Dr. Standiford, candidate to succeed Mr. was repeatedly called on for a speech, hut W. Ai. ralterson irom the Alt. Ulive secsttock and coiixixt of Early Itote, tion came to this place and by some best men of their sections. The hotels are Beck in the Senate, also speaks in response failed to respond. Peerleaw, crowded and last night the jam at the Lou- to repeated calls and makes a most excelbank and Beaaty Lawyer A. R. Clarke, of Casey, kills two means got themselves on the outside ol an isville and Alexander, where most of the lent impression in a five minutes' address. birds with one stone this trip. He went by unwholesome quantity of double action, efHebron. candidates haye their headquarters, was It is now proposed that to facilitate matters Midway and took to himself a handsome concentrated liquid devilment and made I have a ajpleHdld selection ef simply terrific. At the latter hostelry Sen- the Committee on Organizition be allowed wife in the person of Mis) Jennie Pate and things lively from here to Mt. Olive firgLt-eng women, chasing boys, As. A writ was ator Harris is located and when I called at to report. It Is so ordered and the reading came on here to cast his vote for Buckner. Garden Need, both In bnlk d gotten ont against the young men and after his rooms last night I found him surroundbegins. One, two clerks break down in the Bettie and the Baby. in paperx, embracing all tho ed by as true a lot of friends as ever stood attempt to make their voices fill the hall, The original delegation from Lincoln, making themselves scarce for a few days beat varleliea. by a man in an uneven and hopeless fight. and they retire amid ridiculous remarks, with the exception of W.H.Miller, J. S. we learn they gave themselves up, but they He waa in fine spirits as if he carried the not calculated to increase their equanim- Murphy and Sam T. Harris failed to have not been tried yet. All goodH Hold at rcaxonablo The saddest event that we have to nomination in bis pocket and conversed ity. show up, but the vacancies were filled by IirlccH. The report is very long and relates prin them with Col. Isaac Shelby, T. D. New-lan- chronicle is the death of "Uncle Charlie" with the throng in an easy and pleisant Mark Hardin, lat of MctUdlo, Cirri manner. In reply to my questions he said: cipally to party organizition and manMasterson Peyton, T. R, Walton, Sam Simpson, who was found dead in his shop on Monday morning. Genial, hospitable, "Gen. Buckner will ba nominated, of course. agement. When the name of John G. Car- M. Owens and W. P. Walton. charitable, he was beloved by everybody That waa a foregoneconclusion from the first, lisle is mentioned as permanent chairman, One of the happiest men I have seen to as the sentiment in his favor could not be the convention cheera itself hoarse. Messrs. day is W. L. Barnes. He has recently tak- nnd his untimely call from among us has diverted. Considering all that I have had W. L Ringo, Thomas 8. Petit and W. P. en a charming Hoosier girl to be Mrs, cast a gloom over the whole community. to fight, I am well satisfied with my race. Walton are named as the permanent secre- Barnes. She was Miss Jennie Adams, of Mr. Simpson had lived indifferent sections, My main interest now is in standing by taries, with the members of tho democratic Bloomington, Indiana, and Wood fell In traveled a good deal and had picked up a the friends who have stuck bo closely to me press present as assistants. Judge S. G, love with her during one of her visits to yast amount of general Information. He and seeing that they get fair play and fair Sharp, of Ljxiogton, is named for Chairman Garrard, when he was merchandising at was industrious and had n fine businesi tact representation in the convention." My im- of the State Central Committer and the Paint Lick, and at the time of his death was running a pression is that bis name will not go before headquarters of the pirty is moved from Unless I am greatly mistaken, that bright combined tinner and barber shop and resthe convention, though he will fijht for all Frankfort to Lsxington, A new Executive young lawyer and clever gentleman, Col. taurant. B'lt for one fatal weakness, nn he is worth to secure the admission of his Committee is also named and L. W. McKee, Joe A. Craft, of Liurel, is destined to cut inordinate thirst for nlcoholic stimulants, delegates from Fayette, Jessamine and oth- of Anderson, suggested as the member from an enviable figure in tho history of this he might have been a bles-in- g to his com er counties where contending delegations our district. State. He possesses nil the requisites to munity. rrom testimony before the jury appear. The appearance of Mr. Carlisle is the sig- make himself famous, combining with an of inquest it appears that he came over Gen. Buckner was surrounded by his nal for another outburst of applause. His acknowledged ability, a gentleness of man- from histtfesidence Sunday morning sober friends at the Louisville. The old gentle- speech Is the very essence of democratic ner and an attractiveness ol address that and at himself and attended to business, man bore the adulation and flattery o( the doctrine and his remarks about the reduc- renders him peculiarly popular. There but in the evening he became under the hero worshipers with becoming dignity and tion of taxation to the amount actually are no better men anywhere than he and influence of whisky. A crowd was in his looked every inch the grand old man that needed for an economically administered his excellent brother, M T. Craft, both of shop till about 11 o'clock at night and he he is. Betty and the Bib y are also here government but added fuel to the flame of whom we are proud to claim as our beet did not seem unusually intoxicated, singand they come in for a h share of atapplause that his whole speech produced. ing and playing his fife till his company friends. tention. The other candidates are mixing The report is adopted and tho Committee A colored attendant of his shop, Col. Sam M. Burdett is as usual at home with the delegates and everybody ssems in on Credentials app2ars. Half each of the in reporting the convention. He is withFrank Christen, states that he went to bed the best of humor. There are but two real Mason county contestants are giyen seats out a peer in that line of business, as the about 12 o'clock, leaving Uncle Charlie sil contests, that between Richards and Hardin and the delegation headed by El Madden many sparkling columns of graphic matter ting on a box with his head down apparentor attorney general, with big odds In favor from the 31 Louisville is seated. A minor- in the Courier Journal attests. He is al- ly dczlng. Frank slept sound and waking DBAi.au of the latter. The superintendent's race is ity report on the last proportion is voted ready away up in the front rank of journal up In tho morning he found that Uncle a lively one, with Pickett and Boreing sell down. After much speechifying the entire ism and his wonderfully retentive memory, Charlie had fallen from his box. On Drugs, Books, Stationery and ing highest In the pools. The "armless report is adopted. Fancy Articles. coupled with his extensive knowledge of straightening him out to put him in an professor" seems to haye the call at present. Daring the debate Sel Miller, who got a men and affairs, his graceful manner of ex- easy position he found that life had departIt Is understood that Senator Sam Hill, of beating at Lebanon, gets another fiom a pression, make bim an especially desirable ed, E'quire John M. Tilford summoned a PhTilclsm' prescription! ace uraUlj compounded. VLx Hartford, who retired from the race for brother of the man who did bim up there member of an editorial corps. He writes jury of inquest consisting of Spears Fisher governor, will be chosen tempo- The battle creates great excitement, which what he wants for his paper and it goes in George Ross, P. A. Parker, James Coulter, lieutenant rary chairman, while it is a settled fact that the arrival of the police and the music of without supervision or suggestion. Thomas Walden, I. W. Durham, James the Speaker of the National Home will be the band finally allays, Cloyd, R. J. Morris, John Gaddls, Marlon Tho Largest 8took of Watches, Clocks, NOTES OF CURRENT EkENTS. Senator Harris now appears on the s'.and, made the permanent presiding officer. The Jewelry and Silverware 8weeny. John Allison and O. W. Lewis, Bowling Green sullared a $10,000 fire. will be called to order at 12 amid terrific applause and in a speech that convention who after a thorough examination of the Krer bought to tbli market l'rlci Ixjwor than Lexington is to haye a natural gas testimony in the case, returned the followdid him great credit moved that the nomio'clock In Liederkracz Hall. ttis WatchM, Clocki and Jewelry Ke- palrod on abort notice and WarranUJ. company. ornation of General Buckner be made by ac At 10:30 the Congressional districts ing verdict: We the iury, after examining Four men were par boiled at Paducah ganized in the various rooms in the build clamation, promising for himself that from the body of C. E Simpson find that he ing and agreed upon their representatives now on he will fight for him as strongly as by the explosion of an engine and will die. cime to his death by nn overdose of whiskr St. Martinsville, La., is alarmed over t for the last three months he had opposed in the various committees. The S.h and brandy. G W. Leis, Foreman. an epidemic of leprosy which is alleged to delegation chose J. Sone Walker him. Judge Holt follows suit and Berry, exist there chairmarj J. B. Thompson foi member of after a bitter speech, withdraws his own RELIGIOUS. The decrease in the public debt during Committee on Credentials, W. T. Tevis on name, but does not second the other gentleApril was $13,052,003. The total debt is Elder O. W Yancey, of Lancaster, will men's motion for a unanimous nomination. reeoluticm, J. A. Craft on permanent $1,701,174,957. preach to the children at Goshen Church J. T. Davis, of Shelby, for vice The nominating speech for Gen. Buckner is MIbs Rose Elizibeth Cleveland has next Sunday afternoon at .'1 o'clock. All president and W. P. Walton for assistant made by Ciptain Ellis, of secthrown aside literary work and gone to the youni; people and children are specialonded in an admirable and tasteful manner secretary. ly invited. teaching school in New York. The doors of the large building were by Matt Adams. The unanimous motion Capt. W. F. Dawson, editor of the S. II. Daughman's Banlalene, a 'J yeir-ol- d thrown open at 1145 and the grand rush prevails and the old General is choson the Charleston Xcua und Courier, proposes to stallion by St. Martin, ran second in began. It was half an hour before the siauuaru'oasrer o: tne party amid an en sue New York Sun for $100,000 damages the purse races at Lexington vast crowd could settle itself and then the thusiasm that is rarely exceeded. for libel. -Siturday aod Monday. of the State Central Committee, A committee Is appointed to inform him chairman Cholera is said to be rapidly disappear Yesterday was a dull court day. IS it Hon. J. Stoddard JohnBton, rapped for or- of his nomination and psnding his arrival ing from Chili. Since the first outbreak of der. The divine bleesing on the work of thecomoiittee on reiolutiom reports the the ecourge there have been 2 S73 deaths in little stock on tho market, and prices ruled low. Two lots of yearling cattle sold at the convention was invked by Key. John A. firt claure, warmly applauds Grover Santiago de Chili alone. $18 to $20 per head. George Keeker sold Broaddus. of the Baptist church, after Cleveland, bogus civil service reform is opHaley, Tenn,, has a matrimonial sen00 very fine 2 year-oldprivately to J. E. which Col. JohnBton made a short speech posed, a declaration for honest money sation. James Smith some time ago marClay, at $01. They would weigh about democracy on the ex- gold and silver or a pipjr convertible into congratulating the poor widow, After ried the daughter of a Is ThR Rnst cellency of its representation and counsel coin on demiud; sympathy for Ireland is two months of connubial blisi the couple 1,300, John T. Hughes, of Muir, sold one HI ing harmony and such action as will re- expressed; federal aid to schools is viewed separated and a divcrce was obtained. pair of horses, 10$ hands high, to Snider & Waterproof Goat Also dound to the best interests of the party. with alarm, along with other measures in Smith then went sparking the widow, Greever, of Kansas City, for $1,500 Maae. Ken unnlni enlMil Nominations for temporary chairman being tended to enlarge the powers of the gov- mother of his divorced wife, and now he a pair to T. A. Harris, of Kansas City, for 'u)'n v.iiu in afcol.,.Ai,-,- " " Vul """"TonnRumorruoDercoai. ThiFIsII MlANnRl irtrrrt Hon. Matt Adams nominated Sen- ernment beyond the point intended by the has become the husband of his late mother-in-la- $1,000. The latter 15 hands 3 inches by in order Gen. Duke. Iburbon News. ator Hill and he was choren without oppo- - constitution; the war tariff is denounced SimMEBcchiL) luteriorlournal n SIX PAGES, I i ni men wonderful known, its (he world are instantaneous. Centaur ever Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. wy BrOKNER y 1 Nominated amid tho est Enthusiasm. Good-knigh- T. R, WALTON, uitoci:it, 1 Y. SEED GARDEN liar NEEDS ni ar H d, t '.. d. Itatwy&SE -i- PHARMACISTS, erf 'itfur JEWELERS. MSS52?SSP?5?tW dia-tric- WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, 5?s: ROBERTS & STAGG'S s I; SUCKER m j t gwwHM wMfmmAtrmmnmMvtum MWITKAaVOTVW HOW TO SHOOT BIRDS. YOU OUTWARD OR HOMEWARD. Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON, - - - May 0, 1887 differ CAN BECOME A MARKSMAN YOU HAVE PATIENCE. it IF BtlU are tlie hl that in haven rio, Waiting fair winds or a turn of the tide; PROGRESS IN JAPAN. 10W THE PEOPLE BEGAN FARMING ON THE AMERICAN PLAN. Jliiniifuttiii lug Agricultural Implements Under Dlnirultlca Trial or the I'Irst 1'Iow Tho Nntlsrs (Stcatly AstiinUlied, Watching a Mowing Muchlne at Work. In a fow days I received tho somewhat itnrtling notice that tho government had determined to adopt my advice, nnd that In n lowdavs a fmce of native mechanics would bo raid) to woik under my directions mniiu-lactmni1 UualnoaB Mnnagor. AVlillc llio proprietor of n Uronilwny K" Horo vm ntclilnff n tmrty f youiiKincn wlio wcro piiictlclng ultli iilstoh in n KUtli AVrntio MiootlMK pnllury tbo rtlior iilutit mill illscussln' slicKitliiK' 1" Ri'iiotnl with a friend, lio wan asli(l if lio could Ull liov n nmn witli lmtlittlu kiKjuKilRo of a Rim could liocotno ruicxiM'it im u "Inn l''l0t '" t''u tltrl.J. Ho wild: ftTfcLWlJcST.'N, "If n innii l.uuws tho Imtt from tho inuzzlo ho can Iw told how to liocotno nn cxjicrt shot. 'J'hls In n very gooil timo of tho yonr to liogln, ttpocially on a inlny ilny w lien time hang lionvy. Talco tho gun to your room, nnd, of U.T itiuLiiiK Miru that It is unloaded, liriiifi It to your shoulder mid nim ut tho door knob, nnd as tho tight covers tho tnnrk pros tho trlgRer nlowly. It in noiiinhiiiK tocohovr npivou tho tiuw hcgliiucr I ulxiut prcsidni; OMVuHill ' tho triKKcr. Hodoos Itulthn jerk invariably, n'. f Ml nnd n Jerk ditroys thaniin. A gun weighing eight ihmiiiiW lit nliout right to irnctico with, mid Hint i n very good weight for nil torts of birds except ilur-k- , gcohe, cU. When you flud Hint you um itstdilyget the fight on the door hole, or on wmio inurl: on tho knob, tho otber of tlio kltwt, which you can seo tlirough tire window, trv following tho crack of tlK'diioro! thopilgo if IIm door fininn from iHittom t" top, pulling the trigger im the sight IS23 & . reach the top. Thin la Minplo prn tiiv, Imt, if followed di lllvrntfly, it slHHigMmns tho immleti iiM'd In hnmlliiig tho gnu, mid nlo trains them to obey tire will promptly, but without net oiis liaU). Somo men will iearil to luiudle tlM gun calmly In thin kind of o.xer-citr I'TiriHln. A m,itTl olputllj, in u day nr two, but othoin roquiro n TIilil j I MuM trMiglh an. wbolemnMiei oillrl month. Wiicn I wna loornlng I kept my gun than thn m luiarr kin.lt, mill nn not le o)4 picked it leanitiK Hgnuut tint (Ml .hor coailllon w ihlhe in ultlluiln of low KoMonly In nnd poliiw-- from mnnU'l, avnd Uinnothcrnup ono wiJght alum .r .h.plilfl powilru. llorL lUKIMH PoWUKNew York Cam. often nn convenient. IM Wall Htrwt. 'Tho in st nUp is to lenrn Ut ftIUw u im"-inobject. Ami nt tin liool of h pnMi'jg borw, keeping tho tight rm closely on nu tar rut or the bend of tlw drirer If tlw luuvo nttncliMl to n Vehlclrf, or (Urn ut tha Tim bolo objii't of this I otter lor ! prlrately In Hlanfurl, Ky., bend of n iwdettrinn. T ilMlmblo rmiilvnrtt with Mtn rot'm hiiI irch Is to trenglheii tho uiUM-leso that they will Well k( at tbo Jtr, .table, iuioke hoile, olieythwdl. Ki'cp the eye o w behind Ac. About mi wik ufgruiinil in "" lljl u' l tho butt of tho lmi rWs tluit only the top of II. U. A l.l'O It U, Irrtni, ,c , j to the tight nptienrs ngamut llio object mIiiiwI nt. M- Agnt for J. It. A I lord. SIX PAGES, a, (looil Dent or I'olntlnic nllli an limply (inn Yon Muy Uan Blmt llpnn Ciuia mill Olnaa lUlla, Tlirn Try (iatiit'. Nothing but fret, though they do not get Out on the (wean wide. O wild hearts that yearn to lji free, Ixok nnd leant from the ships of ttie seal Uratcly the ulilps In tho leinpeat tonBeil, Ilnffet the mioh till the sea ho croiwHl; Not In di'KjHilr of the haven fair, Thoiiirh m.b. blow hacVward nnd leagues be lott. O ieary heartrt that yenni for slivp, IKik iiinl learn from the Mill of the ilecpl -- I V. lieurdllloti. INDUSTRIAL BRIEFS. A mono tho lntcst invention1) Is a machine for cutting up old timber nnd connnd bundling it verting it into nil ready for sale. Tlio timber Is fed In at ono sido and comes out at tho other a firo-woo- TIIK "NIGHT DOCTOR." A SINGULAR d SUPERSTITION WASHINGTON A M)th AMONC NEGROES. i MARRIAGE OF UNEQUALS. Woiihii More l.ll.ely lliun .'Men to 'lurry Ilenenlli 'llirlr I n tr Hrct tin I Sliilliin. Tim x,inttK of .Milton never found a sweeter theme than the ideal mnrringo of our first parents In Ileu, yet ho who wrote so beauti- fully of tho married stato was himself thn victim of an tiiihaiijiy mnrringo. Indeed, men of genius have, jierhajis, lieen moro unfortunate iu tins reelect tnan ordinary mortals, U'Cause, living on a higher jilano of thought, it was moro difficult for them to find n lielpninte iipnil to them.selves. Thu saino is true, nlthough not to tho snmo extent, of women of genius who have married men Inferior to themselves iu nind, liccnuso n wo- - ' niau's nntuie lias not o:.ly more endurance, but more inlaptablllty iu it tliiiu a man'ri. Thetnau wui grown impatient of tbo conif sho versation of n frivolous wile, iliturln his iin'iitil iMvup(.tiiiii, but the ii of ten fiflM n plensure in the huiungo of n couimonplui e huslmiid. if euly he Ik nu lion-tsnnd coiiKideiiite fellow, mid with her more than with man "iity In akin to love." Henco it in that there are pnlbly more clever ami highly gifted woiihii w lio throw tliem-elvitniiy, ma the ihrae in, ujmiii n gKKl imtured slniplrloii, tlinii of talenUsl men who fall In love with women who are net iu intellectual nytupnlhy with them. The world ' nmrriiw nml in given iu mar ringe," audtho wedding U'lls ring on froxtl ap to np- - imrmiliiKly, and yet how few wfjo nil !! the life contrnet of hrideh nnd brUe-rooms slop to cotisid r tie ttfiiieiidolis Ujie.fi the of , hriet ii nieiitil, moral aixl pliyniial qmthtk of the man and of the woman may depend tho and result of Hitions of n Mten mion of hiiinau lieiug iu generations yet to come. The tiiigoei'iMsl will deveemls from sire to son, and tlw .rretivpiifsn or nquisitivcnoMi uihniiiIioIIiii ly oilier qunlitieN iu tho father or the mother may make the thief, tlio liar or the iiiii , who, u few - aden hence', will i black of the family foliL An ungnvenmble teinjivr niarrieil to nn ungovwo-mnit es K irii-iiionU- K c, .. VV7 -- K kllTI-s- f )' PFi Wi& F& Absolutely Pure. l, o ilJit For Sole at a Bargain. wlr iiblt', li ) 1 Livery, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE ! Having rrnts.1 lb .table on Oftwt trrx-t- , I urn prepares) to train ami hml horw on reasonable ttruii. OoaBly i"url 1y trade mllrltnl i. JO IIS II. CAHVKXTKIl, Htanfoiil, Ky MiiiLianBirv. I am dally niftilng an elegant line ol Kail Mllltn- rrr, lueluJIng all The Lateit Noveltiei of the Seuion. Mjn nit HATK IH'IHIKIIAII. Handkerchlefa. Collar! Alo Notion, u rt and t'uflt limbing Corifla, Buitlpt, etc. Yoi will and me at thi roorai lately twjI1 by BroiHoum. door to th ler A Warrrti, ICJ-2i- YOIU ATTENTION IH Ml 1 HOMCITJ3I). t thorough "If tho previous t mining enough n miss h iinjioulblo. If you do mhw, Trry rr.pectfully empty gun .ollcltH. WILL HIMS. go back to the ngaili until mid follow tho can filWl proficiency comes over and over Then try the loaded gun ngaiu. Try at tbo rnsi thrown nearly straight awny, after you hnvo learned to hit it regularly ns it goes vertically up, nnd then try it us it is thrown to first shot probnbly nnss ul. Valnablo Real Estato find Store onen enn You willto ono wdo, but theyou hold thrown ii at Booms. Jut n trltlo ahead of the next ono you will bring it down, Don't lm in a hurry to lenvo AaF.ireii'orol Iwla V Philip., dee'd, I cuor ' tho tin can for ghvw ball. Tho cans cost the following real rutatp In for lo, on eaiy and nrar tlioRrowliiK town ol Ijncaitcr, (iarrarJ j nothing, and can lio used over nnd o er, shot holes iimko no difference. You can easily tell county, Kentucky: on I'ubllcSqnaro ol mill ' when On Ilrlrk jou make n hit. town, now uenl u a ilrygoo.li room. matter "Finally itwill become such nn On framo Htnro room on the Public Square, now yards nnd uil ai a family Krocery room. 8trrct, near Pub. to hit the can, even nt thlrty-flva on UlchmooJ Two with nn increased charge, wty three dinchms He Square, one now uicl ai a Millinery rJtore, Hit With of powder nnd an ounce of shot, that it will otber .ia an I'nJcrtaklni; pitabllthmrnt. tbli block will bo iM If .tlralretl a lot of ground ' weary you Then glas balls or clay pigeons adjoInlDK. may bo taken up. It Is better to point them One farm with houw anil other ncary lm with tho empty gun for rv while. They travel uroTementu, on the Uxlnxtou Turnpike, 3 rnllc with much prentcr speed than n tomato can, from Iinnwter, of 137 acrra. One Farm at HO aciM, S , inllea from Lanfaiter, nnd if you follow them for half of n dny'a near tbe Lexington Pike, lirproreJ, with house prnctleo with nu empty gun it will not bo i ami nefeatary outbulMlngi. Ooofarm, unlinprorel, S tulle from Ijineaittr, timo throw n nwuy. There is but ono i nlo for Ky;, on tbe lxlogton Turnpike of 73 acrei. tho length of time to bo dovotcd to cacli kind AnJalw a tract of 10 acrca on Ullberl'a Croek, I of prnctico, and that Is to follow it until about 4 mllra frmu I jncailer. confident that you can do the next Ai cxecu tor, 1 ileal rn to tell all tbli property..' I am empowered by tho will to make ilcoJi to It, thing rw readily ns what you nro already doA One chaure li now oflVicJ to thjaa dealrlng ' ing. homcaor Inrestuienta. "J'roiu clay pigeons tho next step Is, of For full irtlculanaJJreM my Attorney, H.T. Noel,lAiicter, Uy.. or theuuileralgnoa at Stan- eoura to geinilno game. No nittter how ford, Ky. J. thorough tho previous training has iiecn no . lixeculoti novico enn bopo to go Into the Held nnd bring gamo to I ng nn the first day. He ought not to try IU He will get the buck fever nt tho first whirr of n quail's wing, nml by undue hasto nnd nervousness upset nil ttio good ciTectn of his previous training. Tako tho empty gun nnd no cai tridges w hub cr, nnd go into tho field.). If cat tridges lire carried no man can ivsist tho temptation to try them. Thero nro two things to Ik) done; ono Is to H. j point tho gun nt every moving bird nnd Hint comes within u hundred yards; tho ' beast other is to intimate tho distanco of thoganio ' pointed nt." Now York Hun. tempikrr, an.l rnK tu turn out hlghrst Myl of the in tbo abopli p. ntrallr U altsl, net I am prepared A Ucntlm't. o( youiiR ladle. In a mannrr mxlaulra aim rail from lurit ami the, public generally hato UTiirivl th ltn dona up only Toniorlal Art. My to tltr the Wearen't "bengi" f) fix truly enticing. A of a fmt-- c lata Har-wo- a iii:uinm;r'8 riiAcnrK. "Whin n pledwtnt day com) takoyour gun Into tho fleldt. A traji Mtch m may lio had for from $.'( W tof 10, for throwing glow balls, should bo taken along. A friend to help with tho trnp is coincident, but not nwiwnry. lint no gla. ImlU will n niedM thu first day. A few old tin can will servo much better. Throw the.n Mrnight up with the trap, pointing thn atill rinjity gun nt tho cans as tboy rise. I'rrM the trigger when tho can ban reachod it gieatrtt altitude. Do thin over tho trigger a the enn nnd over. Then pre Jj midway on iu trip up or on itn return. You w ill find as you do IhU that you can uiunlly tell whether you hnvo hit tho can or not, provldisl you hod fliwl nt it. Then not tho trap to that it w ill throw tho cans flrnt to ono f Ido nnd then to tbo other, and thou ktralght nway from you." "Hut why woik with an empty gunr ''IkvnuKi the ri'jwrt nnd tho kick of tho of n loaded gun nlmat always prove too muih for the nervix of a licgiuner. Tbo objtvt of tho llrt prnctico of n beginner should bo to overcomo nil ucrvoutnen. Ho nruat learn not tu get Ier.tn nro thu bane of markkineu. No rulo can tell bow n man mint pinctico with nn empty gun, but ho niufct cei tainly not load tho gun until ho f iel certain Hint when be piCM4.ii Uie triggcr nt be KinU ut tbo flying mark ho would certainly hit It nineteen time out of twenty If the gtm were lixided. Tlw dUtnnce of tho wi iratit ft mu tlw trap wlnlo the gun if handled uiilondeil houM bo nlxiut twenty ynnK Thin, win ii ieily for tho next j.tvp, leilucu tha ditintiic to lifteeu nrd, put the biggcet enn n hand i n the trnp and load the gun. The cm ti idtii"! mutt contain two di nchins of of nnouin'o of No. powdir nnd 8 shot. No. h la tho correct nil iirvuud mm of rhot III upland khootlng, mid that weight of chat go will not ninko n kick of any hen Uttxl. Hut don't Miool ai tho can the Ilrt time it is thrown into the air lifter the gun U loaded. Kollow it ns lieforo. lJelng nenrer to it. you will find it easier to follow, nnd with tin fcellui upiK'rtnot throw the can ngam. Kollow it to lt bighdht ultltude, wliere tlio hot U mado cosiest, and pull the tuggcr. thrw-quniUr- s couso-queni"- ' ( IK YOU MIOL'l.n MISS. h.i Ihxmi of Mian- - In FOK NAIVE! J Htoro-roo- I iy o titoro-room- I tl.I'JIll.II'S, MYERS HOTEL,; STANFORD. KY. Propr BURNSIDE, E. Thia Old and Woll Knowu Hotol Still Maintains its HiRh Hoputation, AND I i Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be rfeoond to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointment, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Oaeiti aid from tk Blaeilibeonvejs! toaeeorasaodatloai or chars;. Hpeelal free to I A fSciicriius "Divide." Oswald Ottndorfrr, proprietor of Tho Now York Htnata Zeitung, recently gave 1T5 of his faithful employes a dividend of 10 jut cent. ' on their total earnings for o year. i I Lord Iirno is writing ft long jiolitlcal essay In Malta, nnd ignores tho round of festivities in which Ixiulio Indulges. Gen. Vhll Sheridan gallantly carries his wife's band ling when bo goe--i thopping with her. al wars aappllsd nlth the choleeit brands of Llaaors and Ctiars. Commercial TrareUrs. Tha liar will It tough and stronger. Sawdust has becu nlso used instead of hair for plastering, may ln'get the inurdcicr ernable nnd is said to make an excellent substitute, whoniMieiity is fortwl to hang for its own but wo havo no jicrsonal knowlodgo of it. protection, but who may lie as irrojiousible Is Gormany gold, platinum nnd silver liefuie the tiibunnl of supremo Justice rw the strips nro woldod, after tho mosaic style, lunatic is now held to Ixi l.cfore our earthly upon n metal ground, prepared by tho eiitirU. process, nnd finally elongated It has lxi'ii Kiid, coarsely, )n'r).a, in the by rolling Into long sheets or strijis. Thcso enrsfif modeni refinement, but with jierfett sheets, which nro now of nil colors, yellow, truth, that while we take every precaution to red, grcon, white, gray and black, aro mado insure high quahtie In tho higher tyjics of dogs Into scarfs and neckties, which, being inand horse, wes-vito think it n mutter of destructible, nro considered of somo pracno cousisiieui-- to imniro a noble nature to tical worth. Tins novolty, It appears, has our own offsjiring Hrooklyn Magnxine. found great acceptance abroad, numerous HKMI'EX IIAHNUS3. orders for exjwrt huving boon received by Iu Hie hurry of this woi k some oversights tho manufacturers, who aro chiefly In thi She IMxM Ilia Illouar. We had gono into winter quarters at were lound to lie made. One was iu making Pforzheim and ll.ule.ii districts. Charleston, V. Vn. Some new recruit had haruew. When all ready for that, we found Nkahlt all tho common marbles which arrived for the Thirty-sixtOhio, and one of that Hicru was very little hsrnetvs leather in are elragging down tho jiockets of tha boys them was fiuihnj; fault with Hie government Jajiati, mid there was no time to iuijxjrt it. of our land nro mode in Obcrstoin, They aro mado from tho refuse of for not jiutting more ocket In his blouse. Wliat was to bo done was a very serious It lmpiiuil that the wife of Oen. ft. H. question. My mental resources wero nearly the agate and stone quarries in that neighseen borhood. Tho stone Is broken into small Hayes woa on n visit to the general and was exhausted when I remembered having stopping at headquarter. Some of Hio boys the negroes down south during Uio war plow- cubes by blows of a light hammer. These told the grumbler that ho could get a jxxrkrt ing Willi roo hanietx. Acting ujkjii that, I small blocks of stone aro thrown by tho jmt in his bloitM; that (Sen. Hnyes kept a hail mado 1X0 sets of hemp harness, every shovelful into tha "hopper" of a small mill, formed of a ted stone, having its surscAinstress nt hemlqunrters on purpose to piece in thu same shape as in leather harness, nnd they answered a very tifeful Jiurpose. face grooved with concentrated furrows; jmU'li their tlothit. and s'w oiibuttons. "Yes," said one, "the geneml is nlwnys on There was not n piece of leather about them, above thcso Is tho "runner," which Is tho lookout for the welfare of his men. Only as wo used canvas for tha collars. When I made of hard wood having n level faco on the other day he had a man arrested for riw-in- g arrived on the ground selected for the farm Its lower surface. Tho ujipcr block Is mado to revolvo rapidly, water being delivered on some buttons. Tho idea of n soldier I found that I hod not done with tho Somo jKrtions of tho jiasturo wero upon tho grooves of tho bed stono where jiatching bis clothes when Hie general has a marbles aro being It takes woman for that If you want an- covered w ith chestnut bushes, and tho ground tho fifteen minutes torounded. bushel of finish a was full of largo roots, so much so that no nliout other jKtcket iu jour blouse take it to tho good marbles, ready for "snnjiping." Ono general; y u will find the lady there. Tell nrdinnry jilow could cut them. In order to mill will turn out 7d,00) marbles week. them what jou want and you will soon jirejKiro this ground for jilow ing, men wero Tho vory hardest "crackers," nsjcr boys tho jmt to grubbing out theo roots. At oven get it." call them, aro mado by n slower jirocess, Ho wax w n on bis wny to bendquartem, tho extremely low jirice nt which labor is omowlint analogous, however, to tho jwid there I soon saw that to grub out Iheso while we watched to mo the fun. Tho bushes would bo an vxjiensiveojieiation. I other. recruit marched up and tho geneml returned therefore had a plow mado that could not bo his salute and said: COOKERY TRIFLES. "Well, my good man, what enn I do for broken. It was made of wrought steel, cut it twenty-siinch furrow, and was strong CfTi.r.TS. Stow nnd season; dip JOIlf licneral, the lioys told me thero was n enough to go through any obstacle. To this first in beaten egg nnd thon in cracker with two ounces woman i to sw for the soldier, nnd I jilow wo attached nin horses, thrco abreast, dust; put in dripping-paand with it wo went through the chestnut of butter nnd n HtUo water; basto and wnnbsl to get u x'ket put in thU blou." lieforo the general could answer Mrs. buMies as though they had lieen rushes. nako brown; flavor with mushroom catsup. When the horses were thoroughly broken nnd Haven sjKike uji and wild: Mcttox IlAniuoo. Tako a choico pleco "Cei tainly, ; leave yourisVnise for tbe jilow men had gained exjierienee, ono man and divide into chops; sprinkle with salt f en hour or o and you shall have a jiockct in could jilow from three to thaw and and popper nnd boll them; make a rich neros jier ilny with this big jilow. gravy, season it nnd odd tomato catsup; THU NATIVES ASTflNIHIIKl). Whfii the soldier returned with the jiocket tako two carrots, ono turnip and ono onion, Near to our ojn'rntions w ere large old fanni his blouse, and the lioys told him who tho ing districts with n numerous Mipulntion. cut uji, and add to tho gravy. Servo with green picklo. lady wns, we lealisl that wo Iwd cnrriesl tho Nice swcot pickles enn Joko too far nnd hud Imposed on one of tlio By the timo our plows nnd hnrrows were sucSwei:t VicKLi:. cessfully running tho fnmo of tho foreign bo made from wrinkled nnd tastcloss UM and women iu tbo world. tlicM) und they farm had fi,rw"' to russets. To seven pounds of fruit NAtional Tiibune. enmo fifu'Liug in, whole villages making put thrco pounds of sugar and ono pint of poo Hio wonderful foreign implejourneys to good strong vinegar. Stick two or threo Christian Comirls from Ituildhlsm. mode of up 1 met a gentlemiiu a few days ago who has ments work. With Hieirnu eighth diggingncro cloves into each njijilo, which should bo of nn previously woll wiped nnd havo any hut rcvently returned from a residence of the soil with a mattock carcful'y removed. icvcral jearsin India. Ho is well educated, is u good day's work for a man. When tho Havo tho fish nicely dressed Fi!iEi Con nnd during his long residenco In the land of farmers, who hod, never seen any other than buddhism he turned his attention esjiecially mattock tillage, saw this gaat jilow turning and sjdlt, cut iu pieces as largo as tho iuch furrow nt the roto of hand, roll iu meal, and lay in n pan in to tho tlTects of Christianity ujkiii the fol- il twenty-silowers of Gautama. At first ho wasdcejily three acres jier day, they held up their hands which thero is plenty of hot fat; salt to I imjircsMsl by the devotion shown by Hio na- nnd cried, "Wonderful Wonderful!" Through taste, and fry until nicely browned. Bo tive's who jirofesseil to have embraced tho thewholuof tho first year our lalior saving careful iu turning tho fish thnt it does not religion of tho western world. Ho found machinery dawv crowds of native farmors, break. Always put your fish In tho pan down; after that Is well them faithful iu their attendance nt thu ser- some from n distance of moro than 100 miles, the llesh sido and brown tho skin. and these journeys were mostly mado on foot. browned, turn vices held by the missionaries and very careSeLTFiMi Ciiownm. Strip into shreds iu following out tho instructions given A greater wonder than the plow, even, wero ful them by their teachere. In fact, they were, the mowing machines. Some of tho jiasturo and removo all bones from ono nnd one-hapounds of salt coil; put over tho firo ns n rule, far moie devout than the members divisions wer clear of brush, smooth as a f hour, house floor, with lino grass for hay. A jair und simmer slowly for of the ICuroH'aii colonic. fifty-fou- r inch changing the water until projiorly freshAfter studying them for some time, how- of Jnjunetft) jwnles, with a ndd ono pint of milk, ono ever, my friend liecamo convinced that u sickle bar mower, could easily cut from ened, then butter, ono teusjioonful of disof very largo jierevntngo of Hie njijiare'iitly con- twelvo to fifteen aca-- jier day, while with a solved corn starch, and a dusting of pej-!e- r. a verted natives were far from Wing sincere In Jnjiane.su grass knifeThoquarterofof an aero was Let this come to a boil and dish Imthese mowers their jirotisstations. While parading beforo a good day's work. r sight inches wide, as fast mediately. cutting a swath fifty-foutbo KuroiH'aus as devoted Christians they Chicken Fiiencii Clean and truss a were secretly ns faithful followers of Huildha as horses could walk, took the bivath away f carrot chicken, cut ono onion and as even the mot punctilious member of tho from these simple jicoplo. into small pieces and put Into a pan, add DANUEROCU CCMOSITY. KxnlUsl Older of the Star of India could How tho machine did it was tho mystery, ono sprig parsley, ono bay loaf and four wish them to lie. My friend found that tbo cloves. Tut In tho chicken, add ono pint native of India, like the heathen Chinee, hnd ns tho sicklo and bar when work was ticitig stock, ono toaspoouful salt nnl ono n dono was bidden In tlio grass. Their curiosity n great denl that was "artful and bland" jiepjicr. Cover nud cook until tenwould lead them directly iu front of tho maabout his character, and simply pulled the der, basting often. When dono tako out wool over the missionaries' eyes In order to chine, in spite of tho warnings of tho driver, tho chicken, cover with crumbsbrowncd In nnd it was found necessary to havo a keep in tho good graces of tho Kurojientis. butter and sorvo with sauce. Ho explained that a native who was knoVu mounted attendant with each machine to savo Tins white fricassco of chicken Is exthe limbs of tbo curious. Acorn sheller was to havo embraced tho religion of tho west enceedingly delicate: Skiu n chicken nnd cut joyed ft great many moro advantages among another marvel, taking in tho ears of corn It in pieces, seasoning with salt, pepper, the Eurojieaus residing iu India than the ono nnd discharging tbo shelled corn at ono open- nutmeg nnd maco. But tho jiieccs in n stew ing nnd the cobs at nnotber. But what struck who failed to renounco Buddhism. "Ramthem dumb w as a self raking harvester. Tho pan and iour over them half a jiint of bler" iu Hrooklyn Kaglo. c instruction of that could lio explained to cream or rich milk, adding n llttlo butter forcenicnt balls their minds only on tho grounds Hint the in- rollod In flour. If funded, stew pan, closely (linger In tho South. may bo added. Sot tho l, ventor was a wizard and dealt in tho Ginger is said to succeed well iu all tho covered, on tho lire nud simmer until tho II. Iathain in San Francisco Ktatcs bordering on tho Gulf of Mexico, but it chicken is tender. has not yet lievn demonstrated whether it will Chronicle. Bit.eiSEii To.vgce. Wash tho tonguo nnd A Florida provotolieujirolitnblecropornot. I'lutes Snowed Under. simmer slowly two hours. Then skin and jiaper makes suggestions about tho method of A Nevnda newsjinpcr says that a citizen trim It. Tii) tho tip to tho thicker part cultivating it, Chicago Times. recently saw two l'iuto bucks dig a hole in a Brown two tablospoonfuls butter, add two snow bank, get into it, and wrap themselves tablespoon fuls flour, pour on slowly ono Why He Was There. f f carrot, in ft singlo blanket, preparatory to a night's quart stock, aid "Don't you dawnso, FrexU" rat. In the morning ho saw no signs of tho turnip, and ono onion nnd ono potato cut "No, dear lioyj I'm invited out for my Indians, but n mound of snow marked tho line, a sprig of parsley, two bay leaves, ono tnblespoonful tublo snuco, facial expression." New York Journal. sjxjt w hero they went to bed. Ho was sure ono that they had frozen during tho night, nnd tablespoouful mushroom catsup and one The New York court of appeals bos re- jirepaa-- to dig out tho bexlic9, but tho first stalk colory. But tho tonguo into a pan, pour tho suuco over and b.tko two hours. affirmed a former docision that tho elevated railroads in Now York city must jiay for ! their feet, with grunts of disgust. Instead of When done, remove tho string and put on Boil tho s.tucu until reduced n jilatter. ilnmages through loss of light nnd air to being frozen, they were moist with perspiraone-huPour around tho tongue aud tion. New York Sun. (remises nlong the lines. Chicago Times. serve. sln-ejn h Gcr-innn- lthe the ImiileiiivnU. As I was no and as had always thought I had no niee'haiiieal ingenuity, I was iu a very serious jileimnii To say that I could not do it was l to ireslige. On tho other hand, nn attempt to do it would nlmost surely end in I coiiMiltisl (ail ii e with my American friends and they all encouraged mo to go ihead and do the tiest I could. If thero hnd been models to work from the Imltatlvo capacity of Hie Jnuincu would have been equal to theemeigeucy, but wo hntl no models for the more complex mid dillicull implements. However, I concluded that nn American Dould do aiiytluu,; that any body else had ever done and I acccjitcd tho roqionsibility, though A small wooden with many misgivings. building was put up and di Idcd, for a blacksmith shop nnd the oilier half for wood workers. I starteil iu on jilows. Wo luul to tako the JnjMinesu Ingotj of stevl, tho Mine as they bad made their old t words from, Din) jireMitnably the same as liar lieen uod to make the old Damascus blades. It h Ihe lest itli thesu iWd now made iu the world. little ingot then) jxilient workers hammered awny day after day as I had illrii ted until In tho thn first plowshare was fiuMied moan time the wood workers had mado tho liemn mid handles from the old exd; In tho Yeddo castle gate. When it liad lioen put togetlr the jilow had u very rejotnble ranee. TitiAi. or TIIK riKST 1'I.OW. This exjieriment had ex.'itod a great deal of attention from the Japanese olil ialu, and I had rest ived notice that in a few days two or to seo three cabinet officials would ! Jire-et-it tho plow work. At the Hjijioiiitasl time they enme, with a gooil deal of ceivmony, and the plow wns triesl. The astonish-inoand delight of thn olll lals were very grunt. They invited me to a dinner and scut presents to tho uiechumcs w ho hail tiindo tho first foreign jilow ever constructed iu Jnpan, Our little shoj) gradually grew until it liecamo quite a factory. Wo mado everything ased on ft farm cxccjit mowing nnd threshing machine!!. Wo even mode thimblo skein wagons, tbo thimble lieuig cast nt tho foundry of tho navy department, I hail to guess nt tho width of tho track, having forgotten tlio width of the track of our wagons. When illlUied they looked well and worked well, but I now know that they wero four Inches wider than even tbo old Illinois wido track wagons. Tbemott difficult task was to mako spring sterol fork tines and sjiring steel teeth for hay rakes, but we did both. low-nii one-half nj-jiut stated. Hr.niticii, Eng., manufactures fifty million needles jor week. A lnrgo per cent, of tho of tho world nro also tho product of that place. A recent estimate) given tho number turned out weekly at twenty million. Masv workers in steel, plated und polished goods nro troubled by excessive por Bpirntlon of tho hands. To obvhtto tho baneful effects of this, nn oiled rag should bo kept constantly at hand nnd froquontly used upon tools emjiloycd. A tkadk Journnl state tsxit nn American travoled clear to Siberia nnd obtained thn process for mnking tho class of Iron known us Ilussliin iron. This is supposed to bo tho only cuso in which nn American manufacturer has obtained tho jirocess. planters of tho "gulf Tiik sugar-canStates" aro Importing largo quantities of fertilizers for tho advancement of tho sugar industry in thnt rogion. A vessel loadod with one thousand tons of guano was recently received at n Southorn port for that jiurpos?. A new mothod of lnylng concreto under water consists of first Inclosing the boton or concrete in pnjier bags or other solublo envelopes, nnd thon lolglng tho bags so llllcl In tho desired position under wntor by sliding thorn down n chute, or in such a manner that they will not bo mjiturod until after their contents nro In place. Ilursipis carpeting proper bns n bnls comiiosod of warp and woof of strong linen thread. In this warp thoro nro added to every two threads of linen ten threads of Tho uso of woolen of different colors. llnon is to bind tho worstea together, nnd woolen threads oro fmni time to timo drawn up in loops to form tho figures; each row jiasses over a wiro. which is withdrawn without cutting the yarn. A clienjver kind Is made by printing tho figures nnd colors in tho worsted instead of weaving fish-hooo TiHco.thlo to tho Tradition or nnd Social EqualIlarlmrltui ity Among It Colored l'eopln of tin Capital. "I heard tho night doctor go by Inst night nnd I knew the lioy would dio lieforo morning," said nn old Washington dniky onco io tho writer. Aud when I asked him who thft night doctor wns ho rolled up his eyes in tha most jiniuful manner to behold, shook his head nnd muttered some gibberish which I could not understand and mado somo queer motions with his hand". Among n certain grado of negroes in Washington, jiartlcularly those who drifted thero after tho war from tbo extreme south, there jiievails n sujierstl-tio- n thnt is as ominous for them as tho death tick used to Iw for tho Ignorant peasants of Kngland. It is that thero rushes through thn street at midnight n sujiernatural licing, formed liko u man, having long, hook like fingers nnd a jioisonous brcnth, nud that whenever ho turns nnd breathes upon n house) where, a child lies sick the child is doomed to death Ix'foro another night. It is not ominous to ono to henr the night doctor, as this being of superstition is railed, and nlwnys nfloi tlio death of a child tho negroes get together and nsk who of them heard tho night doctor jinss by. Some ono is suro to assert that ho or sho hoard tho low, moaning, nulling sound mode by the night doctor's quick flight. But it is regarded as n surely fatal si,rn if any oire soes the night doctor. THE NIGHT DOCTOIl COVINO. thorn. nnd holds thelimo togothor ns well as hair. It is better to uso some sand, as tho silica of tho sand Is dissolved by tho limo nnd unites with It, forming n silicate of limo or a sort of stoni which hardens with ogs. Tlio sawdust binds tho cctnont and makes Sawdi'st has been mod for making mortar successfully, nnd is n cheap material. It is Imperlshablo when bedded in tho lime, Sometimes nt midnight darkies who are on tho street will suddenly turn their fares to a wall and stand w ith their hands over their eyes for some moments. They havo fancied that they have heard the night doctor coming, aud they liehi-vthnt if their eyes rest npos him he will turn nnd blow his iiinldororJL blast upon them nnd Hint death will sur'ry s jieeslily follow. These peoiilo nre singularly reluctant, too, to sjonk to nny ono but tho of their own sujierstition nbout tho night g doctor, and if they ure temjiteel to say they sjienk with undoubted manifestation of terror. I onco heard nn old colored man who was bend waiter nt ono of tho hotels say that he knew that a mnuof whom I Inquired would not recover fiom his sickness because the night beforo ho was taken ho had seen tho night doctor go flying through tho streets. Tho man did tlio in n day or two, nnJ had been dying for ft year with consumjition, could persuado these colored but no jieoplo that ho was Inevitably doomed beforo lio had the vMon of the night doctor. But tho victims of this creature nro children, when an adult sets his eyci on It, nnd thero occurs no denth among tho children, according to their belief, which was not on tho night lieforo indicated by the jmssago of tho night doctor. The myth seems to bo e nny-thinren-onii- ig ox-ce- pt juiq! traceable to tradition brought by the ancestors of these jieoplo from Africa, Tho Washington negroes offer most interesting opportunities for study of tho effects of freedom nnd political equality, nnd it is not nltogcther encouraging for tlioe who locked for a rnjild and happy development when tbe colored jieojile hnd equal chances with tbe whites. Most of them have learned to oe. thrifty, or nt least to rely upon daily work for supjiort. Lnzlnoss docs not jirevail among them to the extent Hint it does further south. Thero mo more opportunities for making nnd saving money in Washington for the-s- jxople than anywlpro else in tho country, although d the negro population is that of tho city, and no city in the United States has a larger colored jiopulation. They nro very tenacious of their civil rights, especially in public, on the horse cars, in tho theatres nnd nt tho Cnjiitol. They'nro very nnxious to own homes, nud they nro divided into social sets with ns much rigor, if not by stricter lines, than tho white jieojile of tbe city. Tho coal black nejro desjiises tho mulatto, while, tho mulatto Is disposed to snub tho pure blooded African. But they nro nil clnnuish, nnd nro most abject imitators of tho white jieojile, even in tho matter of social etiquette, and are slaves to superstitions ns much as they ever were ujon tho limitations, though ninny of them strive to conceal this trait. o one-thir- Mi-tto- v LITTLE OltlOINALlTV. 1k-- n one-hal- If tnit h x lf one-hal- table-spoonf- s one-hal- salt-spoo- sujier-natura- They show but llttlo evidence of oiiginality of thought, though many of them have received fair rudimentary educations; The majeirity of tho younger generation can read nnd write. There nre, of course, somo to this rule, but these excejitions jirovo it. They show as a rulo no aptitudo for mechanical work, and though thero nro a few good carjienters nnd other mechanics nmong them tho colored man's hands seem to bo clumsy with tiny skilled tool except the razor nnd shaving briHi. They hnvo had twenty-fivyears of freedom nnd esjiecially favorable opjiortunitles to doveloji under this new condition, with stmiuously exneted and willingly given civil rights of nil kinds, nnd yet the givnt mass of thcso jieojile continue to Iw laborers, barbers, waiters, servants, cooks nnd washerwomen. Their slavery to superstitions such as that of the night doctor, no nmount of education or reading seems to free them from, and if their churches do not dfnct!y encourage, they at least do not frown down such disjKisition. It seems imjiossible to erudie'nte it. Thero seems to bo a feeling among the negroes nil over tho country that Washington is their truo homo, and you will find it exjiresxHl hero mid thero if you talk with negroes of comparative intelligence. Only a fow days ngo I met a colored man w ho had lieen living In BridgejKirt for nlno years, nnd ho said ho was going to Washington to live. Said be: "I thought when I came to Now England that a colored man, if ho behaved himself and was a thrifty citizen, would bo treated liko other men. But I find that everywhere in New England the colored )MK)j)lo nre comjiellcd to livo in settlements by themselves. I wanted to buy and build a house in n nice, resjxxitablo jiart of Bridge-jwr- t, for I did not want to livo in tho dreary and unpleasant ejuarter where coloreel people nro obliged to go. But when it was found that I jirojwsed to livo nmong these white jieojile, such a breezo was raised that I bail to gtvo it uji. They told me thnt it would ruin property on that street'if I went there; not becnuso I was it bad or worthless man, but becnuso I w as colored.. It is so every w here In tho north. Wo havo been mado fieo, but no jxjwer but God can make us equal." And thero was n note of desjialr in this man's conversation which I fancied would not Iks very bard to cbnngo into one of desjierntlon. Cor. Now York Sun. s o Where the Other Cue Wm. Child nt Washington Who are all tbow men lounging around outside tbo Capitol Parent They aro United States senators, my child. "Aro there any moro senators beid them I" "Only one." "Where is hoi" "He is inside, making a speech. p Oiualu, World. ouc-hal- one-hal- lf. Idoan belief half I hear onless it vbiir scandal. Den I belief it all and moro too. Carl Dander. Mmmmmnm vttwm'm?KTirjt&.rmm w-- m rmtmmmrrf PEARSON &. CLARK, THE SLAVE TRADE. AN OLD DOMESTIC AFFAIRS. THE RULES OF STYLE. THE PRINCIPLES WHICH GOVERN WRITING AND PRINTING. In the I)nj lVlieii Negroes Were Itrought From Africa mill Sold In New Orleans IMilte Girls Sold to African LOUIS SL'HLKUEL, Chiefs. "Yes," said William Jack Ilojnes, the centenarian, the other day, "I was in tho slave KKNTL'CKV. IltCHM trade for thice yenrs that is, I was engineer tho steamship Oratnpus, which inn from Photographs in all styles and sizos. on Orligns to Afiicn for tkreo jears, buyNew Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and ing negroes In Africa nnil selling them in LEXINGTON, KY. 13 it l.i Avont Mnln fcjtroot. 203 ra Wholesale Grocers ENGINEER TELLS WHAT HE KNEW OF THE BUSINESS. P1IOTOOBAFHEB, ', Water Colors. New Prices. i! signs In Frames anil Mats at very (201 low ly. lOSTJGI IVJI.ltEUi, ! All pcnoo) ire cot fled not to pats through our premises without special perintslon, as we will enfoico tlic law against tboso wbo Jo. A. JT. FELASV, J. II. J11IjLF.II, HOllT. JlcALlSTF.il, 2C4 If MACK BKUCE'd BUnfonl, Ky. Buggy & Implement House. I havo now A Full Lino oi Wheat DrillB and other Agricultural Implomonto, BeslJo a Full Line oi Buggies and Wagons Always on hard. In connection with my plement business, I will alto carry a Im- Complete Stock of Lumber, Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as New Oi leans." "How did yon get possession of tho negroes to bring them overf "I will tell you liow wo generally managed, and wo nlwnjs had n good load on our return trip. You know in those dajs, fifty or sixty years ngo, tho servant girls in tho south were of n very ordinary and worthless kind, and would do almost anything. Many of them had no homo, and tin, if any, ft lends, and so no ono noticed their departure. Tho captain of the hlp Grampus would induce 11 number of these girls to go on lionrd as servants, and when wo reached tho coast of Africa wo would cnt anchor, nndthocnptaln nnd his men would havo tho boats lowered and go ashore. They w ould noon ascertain w hero tho chief or head man of tho tribo lived, nnd then they would take 0110 or two or tho girls ashore with them nnd pay a isit to tho head of tho snvngo tiibo. The girls were always willing to go 'and see tho country,' nnd when they reached tho African chief they wcro made nu iiitlcle of merchandise, jut ns wore tho trinket Unit wo eui ried ov er with them. Tho captain would negotiate by signs when no interpreter could Ik had, and tho snvngo chief most always win chniinod with tho with a strong white girl, and was desire to have them runnin. He would gio them nil kinds of presents nnil moke much ado over them, and it was by taking nd nntnge of thN weakness that tho captain was almost always successful in bartering them to him for ns many negroes of his tribo ns ho could cany nwny. Sometimes he would havo to leavo two girK If ho brought back very many d Africans" MOKE Oil LKbS STUATEGV. w liow I solicit 112-l- h any one. r. JI. ItltECE. a mare of your patronage, Respectfully CITIZENS NATIONAL - BANK, OF LAKCASTEH, KY. CAPITAL $1135,000 00 Tbls Bank solicits accounts of Individuals, firms and corporations. Its facilities for making collections, In all parts of the United States, are un. surpassed, and cutomers are at sUI times granted any reasonable accommodations they see proper to ask. We beg to offer our services to the citizens oi neighboring counties, without Banking facilities, and assure them that any business sent us shall at all times hare prompt and faithful attention. DIUECTOIlSl J. M. HIGOINBOTHAM, JOEL J. WALKER, LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, J. W. LQAN, J. S. JORNPON, T. M. ARNOLD, L. F. HUBBLE, B. G.MULLINS. JOS. 8IMPsON, OFFICERS: J. M. HIGOINBOTHAM.PREST. LEWIS Y.LEAV.ELL, J. P. SANDIFEB, CASIIIEB, B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. WALTON'S OPERA HTANFORD. HOUSE, b KY. ero then forced to stnj ?'' "Therowas always more or less strategy used, and they generally consented to remain until tho ship returned. Through tho overtures of tho chief and tho assutanco that everything the country afforded wruld bo at their command, and partly through tho threats of the captain and his promises to return, they generally remained, seemingly content to w nit for our return, but always w alted in vain. Wo would mnko up our laid of slave, turning a certain numlcr of them in each ecntng nnd storing tbem securely in tho hold, and, by repeating this each day, wo would, with the chiefs help, soon get as many as wo cared to sail with. They wero never obstreperous, and seemed perfectly content as long as they got plenty to eat, and wcro joyous in their barbaric conversations in tho ship's hold. Occasionally ono would dio, and wo would throw him into the sea, and then the others would mnko strange motions. I think J the j-- worshiped tho sun and moon when in their own country." "And could you get a ship load of negroes for two servant girls I" "Yes, sir; that's what wo did. Of course, there were more or less trinkets given, but wo never hoped to accomplish anything until wo had made peace with tho chief of tho tribe, and this could most always bo dono with two girls. Wo never left more than three with the bead of a tribe." "What kind of slaves did you prefer to bring T "Wo always picked up tho young bucks, say from 17 to CO j ears old. We also brought a number of females about tho same oge. Wo frequently brought them all up on deck, but when a storm came they would drop back to tho hold in nu itistant at the wave of a whito hand. They weio obedient, and I never knew ono to show any inclination to bo other''These girls wise." WALTON BROS. - - PropriotOJ "What report would you gh eon of thoo girls who went out with you!" TIIEV LEAHXEI) THE TltUTII. n Else of Stage, 20x50. Eight complete sets of Seen ery bating capacity, including gallery, 60j rater to cood attractions. ftBeascnabln "They were, as a rule, never inquired after, but on ono occasion a girl whom wo left happened to belong to a pretty good finally, and when wo returned to Now Orleans her friends weraon hand to meet her, and when shodid ns to what had become of hci. lio informed them that sho had preferred to ernain in tho Will make the reason at my stable on Bush sunny land until tho good ship returned. This did not at all satisfy them, and they pushed pike, at 1 Kcnnoy Wilkes TO ! not appenr they besought the captain eagerly $10 INSURE A LIVING COLT. Hunt's Ue la a deep bay, 3 years old, IS bands and 3 inches bigb fclred by Lylo's Wilkes, the sire of MattieV. likes 3.7, Vernon L., trial a.lG; last balf 1.10, ho by George Willed 3.21 with 53 in 3.30 a full sister to Maud WilllUt. 1st Usui iams, sold lor 17 000, sired by and Hiawatha, by Hiawatha, son of Imported Albion, dam Duchess Maid, by Mambrlno Messenger, a dam by Tina, br Mammtnn Messenger, sire of General fleo. if. Tbouiys, who sired ccotl's Thomas a at and Lady K. 3 s7J, 3rd dam Downlng's bay Messenger, sire f lady Mrlln 2 23 and Jim Porter 2.2 Oi, 4th dam by Young Jefferson (a pscei) Bib, dam by a, Will also stand a wcll'b'ed Jack and a good breeder MJ hand high Commodore. ' their inquiries day nnd night until they learned tho truth, nnd Capt. Johnson (for this was his name) was in danger of being mobbed, when he quietly set sail ono evening and passed down thomcraml out through the gulf, and I nevtr heard of him afterward." "Then you did not a turn to Africa?" "No; it was just at tl.is time that I had an offer to tako chaige of an tnguiu on tho first steamloat e er run on tho lower Mississippi, nnd I accepted it." "When you weie in tho slavo trado did you ever return to tho placo from whero 3 ou your previous cargo!" ed other point, but wo heard afterward that tho Aired by Sliggall's Jack, Rough A Ready, was by girls left theiu did much good for tho natives, Old Gate; 1st dam by guperlor Mammoth, he by teaching thetu to sew, cook and work." Royal Mammoth, "Did tho Africaushaoany idea at tho timo Money due at weaning time or when mare that they wero being sold into slavery J" parted with. O. V. GIVEXH. "Not the slightest. They thought from tho signs thai had been made to them that they wcro coining to a placo whero all was lovely; whero tho sun shone brighter nnd tho moon looked larger, and to eat tropical fruit would bo their chief employment. Sad, indeed, must they havo felt when they began to riallzothat they had lccn told into slavery, from w hlch Louisville & Nashville K. R. itvasas impossible for them to extricato themselves as it would bo to change the color of their own skin." THK USKAT "How many did you bring to America (alC-aw- .) At $S to Insure a Llvluj; Colt ! "No, Indeed; wo would always goto sorao L.&N. 10 TUB -- TTITII- in THROUGH TRUNK LINii SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers, EeniHVslie to NiiHuillle, Atlanta, McniitlilH, Little Kock, Mobile and Sew OrleauM. Only one change to points In at least 7,000." "Whero wero they kept in New Orleans until they wero sold?" "They weie taken to what was known as tho negro pen, which was an incloturo whero a largo shed was built. In this inclosuro were cots of straw, ond they slept thero until they were driven off by thilr new masters to tho cotton and sugar plantations, from which many of them were never released until death. St. Louis Republican. bo record of this myself, but on ono occasion I remember well wo had ono thousand on board, and wo landed them nafely in Now Orleans. '1 hey wero all sold in less than u w eek. Wo brought six ship loads over during tho three years I was with tho ship, and I supnoso tho total number would "1 1:0 all" kept Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Basking homes on Looking Out for III111. Countryman (in nn uptown hotel) lime It supper leody, mister?" Clerk Six o'clock, sir. What the line of tbls road special rates. ssw6ee Agents of tbl Company lor rates, route & p ArM0RE, a.P.AT.A., Louisville, Kyi Countryman (with au air of vexation) will receive Well, I've got some business to 'tend to afore I eat, an' I'm 'fraid I won't git back till 'bout jeven. Clerk I'll lmo the cook put something sway for jou ou a plute. New York Hun. Lottor protection. Five cents will buy euough to equip nil tho packing-bo.xc- s and closets of u l.irgo houso for a year. To iiitiso out tho original color of tho wood nnd lend a high polish to furniture, tho following may bo usol: I'luco two ounces of white wax In perfectly clean vessel nnd molt; then add four ounces puro turpentine tuul stir until cool, when It will bo ready for use. An cxcollont paste that can bo preserved In a tightly corked bottlo for n long tlmo Is tnndo my molting n piece of nlum tho sizo of 11 walnut In n pint of boiling water, to which ndd two spoonful of Hour mixed w.tli cold water and a fow drops of cloves; finally boll tho whole. It Is stated In n fireman's journal that grates In second stories nro less safo than thoso below. Tho precaution should bo taken to nsccrtnln tho thickness of brick but k of tho flue In n frnmo building. Tills may bo dotormlnod by the extension of tho" the nnsT breast of tho lluo from tho wall. Wo should tako grunt pleasure In doing all A ooon knowledgo of watering is nt the that Mr. Ugauileairvs.bututifortuuMtch tliero bottom of success with window llowors. ta no such code lis he wifhcn us to send forWttT must run in rondily and run out ward. Tho print ip!B which govern tlie tj la readily When n plant Is watered, It Is u of writing and printing In lite Sun aiv, liko good sign to seo tho water ruh out lit tho common law, prcM'rveil by authentic onco Into tho saucer through tho bottom of but nowhere inclotml in tins iron the pit. If it does not do that, something formulas of un arying pwcrlptkm. is wrong. Incur Mew of Uw suhjct, th llrt point It has been proven that plants are bene- in n good style of writing U to twive in the ficial In bedrooms, particularly In cages of mind n clear nnd distinct idea nnd then to invalids nnd consumptive, living plants put it Into language which prevents it noni iimIIv imparting oxygen and lnoistuiv lately, vi idly ami picturesquely, to that th to tho utmosphcre bolng particularly cor- reader may apprehvnd It exactly as tlM writer rective In their mllucnco when dry furnace Intends. Tho great rule of nil is accuracy hoatmnst be depended upon. State tho fact or tho prtMition preoitely n As a preventive of fulling hair, scald an it is, or pn icly ns it should nnd ounce of black tea In two quarts of water, say twenty thrco or seventeen U,ami n never half strain, add an ounce nnd a half of glycer- when j ou mean twenty ine, half nu ounce tincture of cantharide, Shun snobbwhn. "A man's n man for n' 0110 pint of bay rum, mix well and perthat" is the snundiwt doctrine, tmt lw is never fume. Uso fiiqucntly on tho hair anil tho more man; nud scalp, and take euro of the general health. has than a to lw afraidno thinker or writer of him, nf hisclxthc, anvcnll To sew carpet rags on u machine, lap of his title, or of his money, lie nu Ameriof an inch can always, a Democrat, a two of tho pieces three-eightover onch other and slltcli buck nnd forth literary st li Is good foran l!oullicnn No American Journal two or threo times, thon without breaking 1st wi (limit this moral foundation tho thread, stitch together two more Never iliscusH more thnn ono pnition X pieces, nnd so on. Cut tho thrends that join tho sopnrato stltchlngs, but do not n timo; nnd never attempt to enforce iiTJro than one Idea nt n time. Intellectual conbreak them. helple-- s complication of thought, Is A few directions arc here given for the fusion, the bono of good n rlting. preservation of that useful but much ORAUUAR AND llHF.TOhlC abused convenience tho silk umbrella. A Know the truths and tho maxims of Hng moist umbrella should never bo permitted llsh grnmmnr and of KnglUh rhetoric. to dry rolled up. If rolled when perfectly dry, keeping It in tho caso does it no In Know the langungo that you nro dealing in. jury, general belief to tho contrary not- There is ono effective way to gain skill in withstanding, lie careful In rolling that these things, and that is to read tho great masters, and, If possible, to practice, w rlting there nre no cross creases in it. A dottle of turpsntlno should bo kopt in ur.der criticism that Is intelligent nnd tnercl-Ijsas well ns sympathetic and vigilant. A CWTy house, for its uses aro numerous. few drops sprinkled whero cockroaches Who arc these great roaster, do you ask? congregate will cxtcrmlnto them nt onco; Thero aro many of them. John Dunyan also ants, red or black. Moths will Uec h one, 8Ir William Dlackatone another, from the odor of it. Ilssldc, It Is an ex Jonathan Edwards another. Lord Chesterfield ccllcnt application for a burn or cut. It another, Dr. Cbnnnlng another, Cardinal Newman nnoUier, Arthur Helps another, will take ink stains out of whit) muslin, o when added to soap, and will help to Matthew Arnold another, Nathaniel I whiten clothes If added to them while another, Thomas Jefferson another boiling Wo might mnko a list of theso masters of Theiir nro n few good points of informa- stylo that would fill a column. Finally, bo alivo to tho cveiiU of tho day If tion on tho furnishing of a north room Tho warm colors are rod nnd yellow, a you wish to ixs.srs.s n good stylo as n newsye' low or buff paper with gilt on It nnd n paper writer Understand tho valuo of news. bouquet of llowors with somo brght rod What Ls news but the hv Ing record of provi In It would simulate sunshine, nnd thoso dence, the daily tablet which God indites for samo colors repeated in tho carpet, por- tho instruction of man f Kven tho trivial In tieres nnd window shades would help the cident of the hour has Its place In tho mighty simulation. Tho tints used may bo deli- chapter of human destiny. Treat it as you cate, deepening Into darker hues In the may, then, gravely, satii ienlly, or Jocosely, Iho wood work may bo any let there lo cariwt, in your heart n profound nutril tint with n warm feeling in It reverence foreer momentous power from tlie Pictures in gilt frames brighten a north whoso ojieration it proceed. room. run Tidies with long ribbons These aro semo principles of which through them help lighten a room. Taney occur to ua ns wo rend Mr Kgnn's style letter. Wo rugs of cheerful colors aid in tho good fancy they form n prttty co! code of rules, work. but wo put thum forth without dogmatism. IIi.ack silk may bo sponged with n de- Nothing would give us mora pleasure than to coction of soap bark nnd wator, if very havo tbo opportunity of rtudying dirty, nni hung out to dry; or, if only ono nnd profiting by Its inculcations.a Utter New creased nnd needing to bo frenshenud, y0rk Sun weak borax water or alcohol, nnd, where possible, It Is better pressed by lyln j I.lnlHtr.ite l."iulcni. ploccs smoothly and passing them through As njnodol of 'how not to my It." Mr. clothes-wringe- r screwed ery tight Gladstones reply-ttho tho question whether ho If you must Iron, do It uftor tho silk is dry, was going to support Scotch dlosUiMiil)iiiont betwecu two damp pieces of muslin; the will piobably nuver be surtttssod. As a matupper ono mny better bo swis-that you ter of record, hero it is- - "1 w ill only sny that m ly seo what you nro doing through It. so far as I am alio to Judge, wo are thinking This Is n little more trouble than Ironing nt thu present time, anil tho people of Scottho wrong sido of silk, but you will bo re- land nro thinking, of other subject., paid; tho hot Iron gives the silk a paper-lik- nro regarded, I I elieve, ns of much which fooling; above all, novor iron silk wet, urgent and immediate duty than U10 more or oven very damp. of n ery much conti overted question, which, as I havo said before, I believe BITS OF SCIENCE. the people of Scotland will find themselves Tut radius of tho circle of protection of perfectly sufficient to determine, nnd In a manner w hlch the rest of tho empire will ro- n ifi.litnlnir.rnil ImQ III tni'Atit ntidnryn. tlons, boon determined to' be not more than j lct, whether tbo answer bo nyo or nny. It is not within my knowledge, certainly that twico tho height of tho rod KxrniiiMENTS havo shown thnt nickel tho consideration of that question has entered may bo effectively rolled upon soft steol definitely Into tho concerns of the present plates, which aro thus mado valuable) for election, nnd therefore I do not feel my owu information or means of judgment about it lamp reflectors and other purposes. at all augmented in tho courso of ft by anyAn alkaloid obtained in Australia and thing thut has reachid mo." New York Triknown as drumlno bids fair to rival as nn anesthotlc. This ls from a bune. genus of which tho milkweed ls n member. Tat Dnnsa on " Hamlet." CoL Tat" Donan doesn't like tho play of Kxitiiimf.nts havo shown that numerous angles, or numerous pipes, entering the "Hamlet." Hear the eloquent ndjectlvo same flue lend to tho formation of a com- sllnger: "I have no patience, much less symbustible deposit within tho chimney. This pathy, with a wretched weakling who goes may account for tho numeious ehlmnoy around jabbering at dilapidated old ghosts in fires which may havo scemod unaccounta- tin helmets and green gauro veils, under ble. bogus moonlight; everlastingly threatening Vut.CAiiBSTOv Is tho namo of a now nrtl-ci- o to do something nnd never doing it; driving combining nil tho qualities of nsbestos his sweetheart to lunacy and a catfish death, and India rubber It can Iwr'iidcred very by bis dime museum freaks; making stump flexible, ulthough it H as tough 11s horn. speeches to skulls and grnvo diggers, going inof electricity and to all sorte of It is u and at last running stands tho severest tests of ncld, steam or ' a section of barbed wire fence, In tho most gas. approved Chicago pig sticking style, through In Knglnnd, motal Is now being substi- his dead girl's brother, and dlng himself, to In nnd slow field lo music, amid a general carnngu of tuted for card-boarIs known as tho "Uritish l'olllsfort" bindlunatics nnd wreck of absurdities." Now ing. It makes n thinner and morj durublo York Tribuno. r covand when than ered with lcathor ls tho sumo In appear-a- n A Dynamite Substitute. co. A now explosive, to which tho namo of In an exporiment mado by Darwin, ono "bellito" has betn given, is regarded by cer hundred heads of red clover excluded from tain scientific men of F,uroo ns likely to tho visits of Insects produced no seed, come Into general uso In placo of dynnmlte whilo ono hundred heads exposed to thorn and other nitroglycerlno compounds, and Is dovclopcd thousands of seeds. 'Ihls shows recommended as a substitute for com so gun how groat a factor In tho fertilization of powder in larger firearms. It is a mixture of ilowersuru Insects. nitrate of ammonium with a dinitrobenzlue. Tiik Murtlnn seasons, according to astro- Experiments during tho past two j ears by M. nomical Information, are as follows: Carl Lamm, of Stockholm, indicate that tho Spring, 101; surnmor, 181; autumn, 119, nnd substance is not only tho safest but tho most winter, 147 days In length. Tho meteorol- powerful explosivo known, with a mean forco ogy of Mars ls described as similar to that equal to thirty-flvtimes that of ordinary of tho earth, tho summers bolng less hot cannon gunpowder, and n blasting effect nnd tho winters less cold than ouis. greater than that of any material having The Kgyptlan government ls now mirugiycernio ns r. uasc. 11 uas 1110 grtac largo amounts of money in tho advantago of being exploded only by bent, development of oil wells in tho region of no amount of shock or friction having any tho Hed Boa. Tho product Is n good heavy effect upon it, nnd it may therefore bo hanpotroloura oil which flows freely from a dled vithout danger of accident, while it Is depth of ono hundred nnd twonty-fivless adapted for illegitimate uso than dynam- Oil experts from the United States, I iU) Further results will bo awaited with in feot. Kugland and Belgium aro directing tbo tcrest.-ArknTraveler. cu Vert rise. 11 I ' 11 s, Hnw-thornj , dettr-miuatlo- n d book-bindinbook-covocard-boaro nww User will bo rendered tondor by lying a fow mlnutos In vinegar. (iit.u.sni) Woods should bo washed with cold ten, and then, nfter bolng wiped dry, rubbed with linseed oil. Ink stains on books nnd engravings may bo removed by npplyiug a solution of tartaric ncld. Tills will not Injure tho paper, and will rcmovo writing ink, but will not effuco printing. To iMiKSEKYit goods from moths, do not uso camphor In any form. Pieeos of tar paper laid In fur boxes and in closets nro 11 The rirst I'olnt for Newspaper Contributors to Consider (iiuiiiinur mid ltlicto-rl- c lie fully Atle to tho I'.tents of tho liny. Wo publish herewith a letter wi.uii reached our hands tho other day front tho other sido of the American continent. Though apparently not Intended for tho public eye, wo assure tho w liter will allow in to answer hli questions In this public manner. "UniToniAt. Depautjik.nt, j "The I'outlanh Daily Newh, Ore., Feb. Ill, !S7. ) "Deaii Sir You will confer a great favor on tho advancing civilization of tho "w ild nnd woolly west" by forwarding to me, if convenient, n copy of tho rules of stylo In force in Tho Sun's composing rooms. The Now s desires to bo nbivnst of iU eastern contemporaries in style, ns it is othcrw iso, nnd you can seo my object. Tho Sun stylo is tho'lvst In tho rultal States; In fnct, Tho Sun is a perfect model of typographical oxcullunco, and It is tho intention to mnko Tho News ns near as potsiblo a full Hedged, life sized photograph of tho luminous eastern champion of Democracy. Yours lespectfully, "J. O. Hoax, "City lMltor Dnlly New." Is fast superceding tho Knglish with the Indies of tho effete Kast, In tho city of Amritsar, In the Punjab, aro manufactured shawls, ranging as high In price as eight thousand dollar, which necessitates nearly it year's labor by thirty or moro weavers. FnnqtT.NT complaints nro mndo of tho rapid iturease of thu Australian rabbit which was Introduced Into thu extreme Western States only a short time since mid which ure creating havoo upon vegetation In general. As English agricultural paper records the laying of 7i!0 eggs lo 0110 duck In six g tlm roars. For four of paper goes u. to state that the duck has k ceased her tivoness and Is now resting 011 her laurels. An authority on etiquette snys: "It Is no longer fashionable for coplu to wait for each other at table; every ono cats whon scneil. No one notices his neighbor's plato excepting the hostess, who kindly lingers for tho last ems." Tin: Arabian horses nro considered too small fur military pin poses, ulthough they possess gioat pluck and powers of endurance. Iho horses of Persia glu better satisfaction In gun teams and cavalry service and nro far loss expensive A 111 Milan nnd thirty thousand miles ot railways truero our country In all directions. From the Atlantic to thu Pacific, throe thousand miles apart, or from Now York to New Orleans, the traveler passes without change in the same moving hotel. A sf t of plates on 11 table are culled "covers."' It is an English term, n dinner ot eight covers toneoer, twelve covers, you plto. It probubly comes as man? from the old fashion of soup platos hav ItiffoONer. It Is sltnpl) a form of expres. loom-mado cggs-ngciatlnpro-duc- HERE AND THERE. Tim Italian stylo of penmanship TIIK HOME OF BUDDHA. STnANGE SCENES CITY IN THE ANCIENT 6F BENARES. ' slon. Untiling Together In tho Worshiper Sacred Vatr of tho tiiingos Tho Untiling tlluit Hie. I'liui'iiil I' re Tho 1'rUst and Devotees. About WX) miles from Ita mouth on tho left bank of the Ganges, the great sacred river of tho Hindu jteople, to propitiate which only a fow vears aco mothers wero wont to offer up their Iwbes, is the 111 y of Idols nnd tho homo of Idolatrv, llennres. It Is to tho Hindu what Meca is to tho Mohammedan, and n pilgrimage to it sometime during his life is thu necessary Journey of every true Indian pagan. Though there are no historical lecord to prov 0 it, It ls generally conceded that It U ono pf the, If not tho most nnclent city in the world, and that even when Home uas found' ing llennres wot centuries old. It is most eculiarly native In Its street, ltd buildings nud its inhabitants, nud, of all places in India, it is tho place to no thonbo-rlgluhabtis, lustoms and iwoplc It lium-U'i- h its temples In Uie thousand, but its (hi lues mc so many that no attempt made to number them Tho snered monkey runs nn ninl .l.iitn tli. tn1!a mnl ninr Mi.i nllnn nf .. ... " the temple of Durgn Kimd nnd the sacred bulls nud cows wander aUmt thnt of Anna-pi- n a nud feed ou the gnrlatuU that thu lvurshl'rs cant liefore them. Jut outsUo Uiocit) is the ih1 mndo sacred bv lluddha's nnd the tanks in whit h Ik Uitheil iilmwlf, In garments, nnd hi Mild to have been protected from llenares until by llerj diitgons. 0 tlie religious sent of India, nnd might not iiwppmpi int ly U railed the . npiUil of al 1 -l. '.-.-- .. thocon-tHiiiiuntiiHi- UeotiicniMii h, sea-bird- An Esquimau's food consists largely ot reind.-e- r nnd mw Ilosh, It Is said u family of four have Ikcu known to consume a m seal In ten minutes '1 hey are very large eaters and Hvm never to know w hen they ha via had enough. Iv ordor to jirowrre the famous Sphinx to tbo gase of tho traveler, it Is necessary, erlodlclly to remove the sand which drifts uM)ii It and covers It from sight. Eighteen years ngo this work was done In honor of tho oiienlng of the Suez cannl, and from lntx accounts It ls again under, polng excavation. A I'KCt'Li vr system of rnllwoy chnrgos Is In vogue In California, the railroads having three classes of couches, with dress as distinction. First class menus elegant coaihes where pooplo only lire allowed; second class for men of ordl. nnry or rough dres and third class for Chinamen and negroes. Tun Chlnoso arc nccroditoil with having made the first pluyuig curds. 1 hey wero Introduced Into EuroiMi by tho Arabs who uod th"m In fortune telling. In France, pluvlng cards were mudo In 1WJ for tho OivorMouof the weak minded King Clinrlun V'L Printed curds were first produced in Germany in 14.13 by a female curd printer Tub greatest game preserve In tho world is said to bo In the mountains of West Virginia. It covers au area of sixty miles, and Uie.ro ls not a setllomcnt within its limits llcar, deer, wild turkey und other game abound aud the streams uro alive w ith finny prey for the angler. The seventy thousand acres embraced within th.s tr- -i are to bo placed In tho ihargo of exjr.-enco- d wly-kllle- d 11 well-dresse- d game-keepers. is very commonly practiced among Hindoo women, hi their country eating or living In iho n mulher-lii-law- , previous lo tho huusiof lur son birth of n child, Is boycotted; so also is u vvomnn who neglects lo put tho slndoor (a rexl powder) on tho parting of her hair. A tnun can regain ensto by performing tho expiatory rites, but an outcast woman Is never taken Lack to her oasto. The story Is told of an Intelligent horse, the possession ot two wood peddler, which, when requested, will Ho down In the harness apixirently cxhnustcd, while to tho rvsidonts to buy Its owners nppt-a- l their wood, as their horse Is overcome with fatliruc Tho humane people are nlway rewarded by seeing the horse got up and start off apparently refreshed upon being relieved of his load. A titlrii hwly of Iotidon, who was formerly on side red er wealthy, Is said to have U'en imiwverishoil through her fancy for cats Sho bus nn Hlmvl unlimited number of the felines In her house, and whenever sho goo about she if ucionipanlod by n large iiumb.-- r of her pels Tlie lady and her cut were rccontl) ejected from a house where they had gone for a v isit, br tho aid of the city authorities. Amomi lliu in rial forms of marine parasites Is a strange sMCiiiuin known ns rem. oru), n small ilth, resembling a catfish, wbuh attaches Itsolf under tho fins of the shark so Hi inly that it is with difficulty 'I hey nro some ti mot it Is removed. used by fishermen In tho capture of turtles. A lino n fastened to tholr tails and the are thr nn townrl n turtle, to which they quickly fasten themselves, nnd tlie turtle Is thus drawn In An English traveler 111 Ctntr.il Africa descrllies it as tho slave hunting ground' of thu dark continent. The slavos art. yoked In 11 long rough wooden prong for as long ns a year at a time. When a caravan Is ready to start tho men nro coupled by tho yoko bolng lashed so as to form a rigid Kilo, binding tho pairs from neck to neck together. W Ith loads ou the r heads, thoy thon turn their faces to tho eastward and leavo their homos forever. 1 IIouottinu Itut notwitlisUtxling Its many t tuple and dirines with their wonderful c.rv nigs, its ltd lofty buddings, its Utth iinrroH street union bauiar, by fur the most int.-nling (srt of lltiif r nrn the IwithliiK glint a seen from a boat soiling up nnd down thoMcrcsl H e one rnli sprml h"iirs nnd not Hnnges lire, for thert a pHiioruiim as t hanging ns A knleidosrope, and whoi plctunss nre ns bril-iitns an nrtist's inwgliintiu can nlnt thum, for every day a large pruKirtiuu uf the InluibltauU, high caste and low, go down to die nvei to UUhelusnd to w.mI iptlie divine Itreain as It gxs rolling mi its way to the ninl tlm lnnks line.1 and the water Blled with men, women ami 1 hildreii aro a light never to U forgotten Here nu old, gray haired mnn feebly washes iU shrunken legs aud arms In tlie cleansluc tin! div m water At his sido stands n young Hindu matron, nboe wrt garment clings to her liodv nnd show perfectly her well formed Inilis. A Hindu dnndy, almost nnksl, slUi nly a few feet away on the bank combing hi ng, oily locks nnd ndmlrlng hlmelf In a Utile mirror, which ho holds In one hand. A powerful, athletic looking man stands not far 1 way swinging with nil his might a pair of primitive Indian clubs, while a poor old hag :onic3 out of Uie cold water and expose her srithsml bruut to tbo warm rays of lb sun. Utile boys nnd girls run Into tlio water, iplash about, nnd then run out again and roll heir wet hodira in the dust or lie down upon the warm stor. steps thnt lend down to U10 On the top step iU motloaleas a srater. mubby Infant whew mother has washed him uid set him up there to dry. A I1AHK hted AriinoniTr A young girl walks triiqilngly doirn to the dgo of Uie water and daintily puts her well ihasl foot, tho toes of which are perhaps roveivd, thuugh not adorned with rmgi, into Uie water as though to feel its tenqwrature, ind Uicn suddenly drnrrs it out ns If it turncsl ut to ) n little cold. Hut nt lut sho plunge tioldly In, and thnt wonderful river that has nitnessed more sacrifices or murders than my other body of wnter in the world her brnentli Its surf nee, nliove which a leeond Inter she emerges like a jming mer-3ai- d and, liko I lie lnrk bml Aphrodite, ilmkr-- s tbo drops of water from lier lmlr Down the bank come four men enrrying on l stretcher a dead body, with only n cloth tin o mi over It, so thin that through it can bo ki'ii distinctly tlw outlines of Ukj oorise. 1'hey pile up wool, placo tho corpse uou ft, ll on more wonl, mxl nfter n few muttered sonli light the funeral pvrr, while the frlendd uwl relatives of the dead sit ariximl and wntcli as it burns in the oen air 'lhe lie nood drops imwu and one see n leg half or nn arm burned In two Hut the 11 f 1 m'NAmV ltTIUNO uil.vT nt lly con-Min- ,1 ! more wooil ain tli" l pi lieu all has Ihs.u ind the wntehlug go oil WiiMimeil tlio last few aslios are cast into tho iver. Dow n to tlie water comes a high caste Drabmin woman clad In brilliant k'lrmirnts ind nltended by numerous kervanU, for ull dike mint bi tbo In tho sacred stieam. At iutervnls along tlio bank, ou raised sit the prievU, by fur tho iuot intelll-jen- t And when looking of the great throng s .liey comn out them) priesU Miint tho of tho devotevs with jiecullnr markings, iccvpt their offerings nnd eucouriigo thtm In 'heir ldoletreus practices Off they go to umo tnvoiiUi temple to worship some Idol ind make wny for tho new coimrs who wish And tho io bath" In thu sum tilled stream hvine liver goes on in Its cnurvas it has lonu for centuries, receiving tlm lUvotfous of ,1m faithful, who wash ttiimselvcs in its nntelit, und isuhaps .tjuniiig thnt a higher ivillzntlon hns pu' a stop to a prmilco that jiude It the line uscious cuuse of ninny n iiother's anguish nnd worship Caw noro Cor. Chicago Tribune. V plat-'onu- s, fore-Jeud- nig. MATTERS ABROAD. A smr-iiai.niv- o unl fourteen torpedo boats. from firm of Prussia Is in tho construction of ono hundred In Eon Inn Isvnrlously estimated at to J0,U l,rJ0,Ki por acre, nnd thero are very fow available sites even nt Lm vessel building at Sebas-tophave a capacity of 10,1.10 tons and tho largest set of trlplo expansion engines over mndo, nnd which will indicate l'J,() horso.powcr. Miian has an extensive and intricate olectrio system. Ihoro uro !i,!V)0 Edison lamps, with neatly thrco miles to of distributing mains. In addition these. thor uro 10) lamps or other plants, systems, nil of which are As nci oi.nt come fiom Dublin of tho of ono bundled English policemen b.v twenty.fivo Irish girls whom they were purposing to uncat from tho poor house. 'Iho girls uuJreshod nnd wont to bod, thus placing tho policemen lit u predicament. Si.a 1:111 is not nn unknown condition In Tunis, despite the decrees against It. Cases aro cited In London papers of numerous Instances of cxtromo cruelty to hot van U who are hold as bondmen, aud British protection has been frequently invoked. It bus been commonly supposed that tho womou of Li o are possessed of lovely olive complexions and bewitching eyes. This is n deception to u largo extent, carthoy nffect, ried out by tho of wulch, liko the iuiiiij.i (mautlllu) Spain, conceals most of tho features. An armor-clad that figure. Is to ol undoi-giMUii- d do-fe- long-existin- 111 licud-drnpur- y Lieut Stone, who secured tho prehistoric itone imago from Easter island for the Smithsonian institution while attached to tho Mohican, slated ton rejiortcr that the imago, rvhlch Is now on Its way here, Is about b feet Mgh, I feet wtdo and .'1 feet thick. It Is roughly carved or bowed. A bead of another Image wns also secured, nnd somo of tlm obtained by purchase other curiosities, which could not bo obtained elsewhere, which tho Smithsonian will probably take off their hands. Tho Images, he said, nro scattered all Dvcr the island, although uiuiiy of them havo been thrown from their ixilestnls and broken. It wns customary for tho natives tn erect thorn over tho cemeteries. They would bury their dead in cells with stonewalls on thrco tides ami with an Inclined w nil of eaith In the rear. They would cover over tho burial cells nnd form a top of flagstones to the platform, dii which would lo placed from thrco to a dozen linages overlooking the sen, acconlinj to tho slo of tho platform. Tho Images wero made from conglomerate itone In tho sido of n crater nnd hewn with itoim axes, and by cutting through a single stratum tho Imago could bo easily separated from tho next stratum and then moved on an Incllno nnd erected. Tho images mo of different sizes, tho largest 0110 lielng about 70 feet long, but this was never removed and lies in lUbed in tlio side of tho crater whtrotbo woik was commenced. Tho statuo secured by tlio Mohican was found about two miles from lhe shore. It took about eighty men two days to bring It down on rollers. Lieut. Btono said tho piesent inhabitant know nothing about the Images or tho fresco deco- aliens of tho houses, but thoy intulilvolv bury their dead in closo proxirnitv to thu' lUtutes.- -, Washington Star. oill-re- Hie Kiuter Islnml Iiiui;es. rs U tV "tbV. nuvnimn Stmi-Wtchlnteriorlou- New dinner and tea set terj low at Met DEATHS. calf A Foster' CALL and examine our 50 cent white " Stanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON, May 0, 1887 nhirln OwbIbj A Crain. Lost. -- A gold breaatpiu. pleve leave at this oflice. JJubIdobb MnnnRor. 1 - Finder will I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. have a Gerlach atave - Mall train going North- Bouth ftxprts train" Houlh Aj-jv-o Do not sell your wool until you "Co me. 1 11 a. at ...... i li A. M I will give a much or more than anyone. " Norn....... " " li calculated ou standard time. Bolsr Cash. A.T.Nunnelley. rhe a li about 20 minutes Inter K, C. LOCAL TIME CARD. John Feiuiuson haa bought a house and lot of 1 acres in Middleburg, C.tsey counTrains leave Ilowland its and 7.13 a. u, ty, for $1,030 and will move there in a few Koturulng, atrlveat Cand .. II 8J 1 SI r. M. r. M. ser in I erfeel order, that cash. A.C. 8ino. - aw and cuall I will sell low for " day. have put up their LANiMirra'a (lardeu Heed at I'ennr h handnome chandelier and with elegant McAlister'... hanging lamps to match, they have one of A FULL linn of Oshini; tackle of all kinds the bet lighted a well a the most conveat Penny A M 'AliMer'd. niently arranged hall, in the Klate. Til r. IiahI ready mixed paints are to he I'-A Mc A lister 'h Lad at I have just returned from the city with Abk your procer for the Cincinniiti Uv a nice lino of millinery, to which I itvite king Co.' crackers and cakes, the ladies to call and examine before pur W atom km unit Jewelr repaired on ohor chasing elsewhere. My price are very low. notice and srarrsnted lr Penny A McAlis On next Thursday and Friday, l'J and 13, r. Ktamaiu rtadjr mixed paints; qualilT I will hayen public opening. Mm. M. V. " and ilitralulit KiiaranltL-- at Mcitibert) A Tabler, McKinney. LOCAL NOTICES. Tiu:OJds FellowH We ugKe4t, although wo are entitled to stock of jewelry, latent Kockford wntchew n specially. Pen. no NUggerition, to thu brethren of tic OT A Mr. IUU-- r Methodist church, lulling in view the fact that they will sojn hiivu a most excellent PERSONAL. place of worship, Out they remove lhoe Mil", (i. IIKF..ST Mahnktt is very low Ctrl 'izi'e' which hang in nther "tough" with the me isle. looking fr.imw at tlio luck of the pulpit Mu. V It. MtsuN, of Lancaster, VtS They certainly will be no nddition to the in town Wednesday beautifully papered wall and will only in day clerk it the serve to keep JAMMitaveiuw-lboe eye sore that l.avt Trihble HoiiKe, Junction Cilr. looKcd at them to long. Miw. V. (,'. WnritiiiTT in back from a Tin: Commencement exercises ol Garrard Titit to her parents at Versaill&s. Ma- -. On T. II. Lkwi, of Washington Female College will begin Friday evening, county, i the Ruit of Mrs. W II. HIifKln. May 7th, with primary entertainment. Mil. Tim W. Ilt'iUNs, of Louisville, Siturdiy afternoon, May USth at o'clock, htteniin. the hurial of Dr. W. W. Osrsler. musical recital; Sunday morning, My 29, Mil. John J MrKoHHitTa and wife and at 11 o'clock, commencement sermon by daughter hare taken room at Mr. Kate Dr Morris Kvanr; Monday evening, May 30 h. "Walter Scott Hrening," literary enHays'. dlM DrcKCH, of I'aducab, arrived jei tertainment; ruevlay evening, May Jlt, terdar to take the pcition of salesman for annual concer'; Wednesday morning, June lit, address to griduates by Dr. J. II. D. KIsm. Mn. John L. Uley, of the Winches Young, Pa. D, and delivery of diplomis; teri'un.ls visiting hit father' family, Mr. Wednesday eveninr, calisthenics entertain ment. Jack Hosier. Mil. H. It. Maiionkv, of Milleuburc, The Chautauqua Avembly at Leiing. it the RUeat of her parent, Mr. and Mr. ton, begin ning June 28, would seem to be workof special interest to Sunday-schoo- l A. K. Penny. Mil A J Fkazeh and Mill Addia ers and all interested in the moral training Kent, of Louisville, are the gaeita of the of the young. We understand that special teacher, ire employed to give instruction Mtssn Ueu'ey. Mn O R Mar;ohai.l, of Harrodi-burR- , in the moat approved manner of teaching A large number of anaiilioB H. U Kipley during hU and governing clauses. Sanday.achool workers from all over the rash of busioe) Mr. T. K. Walton went to Louisville State will be present, and by combining Taeday to repleniih hi atock and take in their study with pleasant ncreationa and the democratic contention, and helpfnl lecture, by noted men, the Mioh Mattie McAustek, an attract meeting will form a great delight. The ire brunette of lUnrllle, ia the Ruest of Mr. primary department will receive special at and Mr (leorge McAliter. tention for the benefit of mother and infant Jrixir. J, A. Lytlk returned to hi class teacher. home in Kansas last nij-h- t afler a pleasant Thc member of the Presbyterian church clay with hi many friends here. hld a meeting Wednesday afternoon and We are under obligation to Mr. Will fully decided to build a new church. Tney S. I lay or a copy of hi latest production appointed a building committee' composed "Old'fn'hioned Rose are Sweetest." of Messrs. Mick Huffman, George D. T. M Joiirwos, of Lancaster, in here WearenDr. Steele Bailey, W. H Higgin aasislitiK in remodeling the mill. II in wife and A. S. Myerstto consult the members a accompanied him orer and i the guest of t3 what kind of a church they shall build Min l.'len Wearen. at well as toee about tho cost of building F. Jacobs ha telegraphed Mr. J. W. it. They tell u that they will build an Iiayden to clean his storeroom up, that he elegant brick church, witli perhaps a base will be ready to open in about a week. ment forthelSunday school. The amount J. P. Kmbiiv, the bo Fair man, pased collected so.far is a little over $3 000, with through Tue'lty on hi way to attend tin a good nuny promurs from outside as convention, to which he wai a delegate. well as from a number of member. The Miis, J P. Handii'eh, of Lancaster, probable' cost'will bebetwe(n 5 000 and pasted through this vtcjk en route to $(3,000. to vilt hii fstherV family, Judge At about 0.30 o'clook Monday night the N.Sandifer. country residencejof Mr.,Rbsrt McAlister Col. W. 0. Welch. Maj. Theo. King, be on fire and before a Oeoige Carpenter and i'obcrt Fenzel are waa discovered to siitance arrived it was falling in and with fithing in the Cumberland netr Williamsthe exception of an organ, a Bjwing maburg this week. a feather bed, the contents were Miih. J. M. Cooic.of HustonTille, epent chine and consumed. Mr. Mc.Vlister was absent at a abort whi'e with Mr. G. It. Cjoper, on (he time and liis'wife and two small boya her vny to Naihville to co her daughter, and the house girl were the only persons Mr W. J. Lyle, who is reported ai present and are to bo congratulated on their eflorta to extinguish the fire and trying to Mn. L HciiLEdEL. the photographer, protect their property. It is generally of Richmond, was down Wednesday and thought that the fire originated from the yeeteaUay c itching shadow. Commencing usual cause, a defective flue, buteome think TuwdaV, 17th, he will be here Tuesday of that it was the work of a negro man Mr every other week. McAlister has had some trouble with, The house and furniture were insured in the LOCAL MATTERS. London ALiverpool & Globe Ciuipsny fjr Sek Xunnelley before you sell your $2,500. wool. Eddie Walton, of the Interior JourJIoilE (iiiowN German millet at Hocker nal, wi down to see Somerset last week, A Bright'. but found the place bo well supplied with Fnrsit fruit and candies just received, printers and newspaperu that lie went home Call and tea Mietn. A 0. Alford. a kind o' nnd at Somerset and decided that is not on much of a boom, and yet Cuius V. Gentry has been made the re the town it is a fact that Somerset is growing faster cipient of a fine girl since our last issue. than any otheftown in the State, But say, Foil HALif. A first class stave saw and Eddie, about that nauie of paper: "Wise cheap. A. C. Bine. Will equaliz?r Somerset men some time change, but, Ac Herald, Tho above is an answer to our s and buggies cheaper I WILL ell wag-inbusiness manager's letter from that place, than anybody. Try me and be convinced. It will be seen that Brother Hinsford gets I. M. Bruce. a little salty because the real facts of the .I,., The boys aie making eflorta for the big. boom were exposed and a little more so be gest hoji they have ever had. The date cause he is told of his echeme to get the settled upon ia Friday night June 10th. good will of everybody democrat, repub prohibitionist, capitalist, laborer, or meeting of the Grand lican, There will be no what not, so that he can rake in a littlo filArmy of the Republic here not having the grit ami inde Due notico of the time of the meeting will thy lucre, pendence to say himself what bis paper bo given hereafter. Smith Irvin, Ch'oi. shall he called. Ai for KI'h being out with CoMMENOiNd with Tueeday, 17th, I will the town because of his failure to got pat epend every other Tuesday in Stanford and ronage, nai his remotest thought, as never will be glad to wait on those who wish to since our paper has been published has it have their pictures taken. I refer you to had n larger circulation in that county and the beet peoplo of Richmond and Madison his last trip was a most succexeful one. We, county, whera I have been for a number o unlike some of our contemporaries, do not yearB, as to my work. My prices aro very resort to such petty ways of revenge, nnd reasonable considering my work. Will oc- we are sure that the brother will ac cupy the room in Ed McRoberts' building. knowledge it when he gets a little cooled " ofl . L, Schlecel. . ttylp. V, Rua-sellvil- ta ll m m m BtauicV. A ooMri.KTK -- Dr. r. A. White, of Memphis, Tennes see, brother of R. L. White, of this county, died Tuesday, 3J inst. Died suddenly at his home in this county of tn affection of the heart nt 1P.30 Monday night, Dr Walter Williams Own ley, aged a little over 79 years. List fall while at Dr, Perkins', in Somerset, he inios- ed bin footing and fell out of a window, from the effects of which he never recovered, nnd has since been unable to walk. On the night of his death he ate his supper as usual nnd about S o'clock complained of feeling badly. The usual simple remedies were used, as there was; no thought that he was dangerously ill, but at 11:30 he was a corpse. Horn in this county, in 1808, he moved to Pulaski about IbiO, where he married Miss Martha, a daughter of Charles Hays, and niece of Ben Logan, of pioneer fame. By this union six sons were born, of whom Dr J. B, Owsley alone survives. He was a practicing physician for year and in addition while in PulasKi engaged largely in the coal business, mining there to Nashville, His and shipping by second wife was Miss Ibbie A Pennington and of tho children bjrn to them two, Stephen E Osrsley, this county, and Mrs A, K Walker, of Garrard, are still living. For more than a half century he m a leidinr.' member of the Preibyteriau church and in nil hi' with his fellow man he ex hib.tfd thu siricteit integrity and displayed the true christian gentleman. His days wr nig up-- ihe erlh arid lie lived thetn uprightly and well; henceforth he shall erjty his reward. The funeral services were conducted by Ejv. A. S MofTett nt the Wednesday morning, Christian chinch where a vast number of Metdi and relatives gathered to pay the IakI tribute of respect, after which the remains were laid away in Buflalo Spring Cemetery. b-1 nancial Hecrstarv, Miss Mary Oormley; Treasurer, Mrs. J P. Hiculns; Chaplain, J. DH. S. R. Biile; M.irsh.l J, F. HiM-ini- ; Guard, MisiLicU Eluiistoi; Sentinel, W. J A.Kejreiary. Prof. Gjol-rirIt. H. S., Miss Millie Bri ik.; L. II. S, Mrs. M. J, Kenrety; D Mar hal, Mis James; 1 W C T.J L. Hulchinaor J L, D., Mis S, F H. Tsrrsnt. ; G, HOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. HOCKER & BRIGHT, (.SUCCESSORS TO W. II. IIHJf.IXS.i 1t.lt ADVKIITHKJICflT.. ICE! ICE! ICE! t will del Iter to rrguUr cistorneri in UUnlorri nj Mcinlly ererr morning nt One Cent rhrn customer quits. 2.-, Per Pound. clora of each Accounts due at tho month or Having pikrcliased of W. IC. Iligiu.s his slock of Gootls, take pleasure in informing .their friends and the public generally that they will continue the General trade at the old stand and flatter themselres that by fair dealing and strict at- 3Ier-chandi- Ne , If It K. lllllllDW. tendon to IhihIiichh tliey will merit a fitir q.mre of their patron- - 1'IANO TUNIS It ! The John Church Company, of Cincinnati, wilt have n l'laco Tuner In Slant.ml between the 15th nnd SCth of May. ft til iiHtvo SittlM fiirt Ion. Learo your orders wllh Mils IU).i Richard' S. It. A; It. .1. prclal Agents. first-cla- HOWiEK o& ItltlGIIT. nnv coon, Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orloans and Tosas Pacific Railway.) Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 1, '87. KKAII IMMV.V. TltAINSMIliril. Ho 1. ' ri'.RKlNS. IlROMiKtu, Kv.f Mny, tS7. AllirUlit.l Msrtln t to Inlorm ttmir many friend and iujlouiriol lie ihant.e In firm name K . MAUT1N. JNO M U MARTIN cl: PERKINS. Tno new firm hors not only to sustain the reputation of tliHuld, hut Intenl'to laakn many In tbp inanuurturn cd tuliarcn w)l h will 1m to tlin i.itere.t ol our cus o:ur. We will !1 attention to our Natural be- -' of leaf Thanking you fir past favors ami aklu I ir a car.tlnuatlon ol your trude, -we remain, iu:ai up. fo. 7. Dally. 7 85 a m 10 50 a m 11 25 am 11 47 a in 12 21 12 33 12 15 Dailr Kx 4 7 7 8 No .J. ' o. 5. iTATHN t7ve...,'lnolnn,vl . Ml 'rv 2 iiTa i n Tnoktii. Nj. S, No 4. Daily. Kx. Sun 2vTT. Sin Dillr, in m m m Dally. . Dally. Georgetown Lexington - Dally. 41 am 25 a in 05 a m1 39 a in 50 a in 43 a m Daily. .5.i.in Jl.tKTiXA' I'llltiCIXS. I'.' rHCtrullr our. TURNPIKE ELECTION ! UNO. STOCK AND CROP hunch of 13 kooi! cles for sale. I. " M, IJruce, Stanford. I have 100 barrel of corn for sale. Jo seph litllou, Stanford. A. T. Xunnelley bought of K. B. A E. P. Woods 10 hoRS at 4J cts, A thorotiRhbred Alderney Foil Kale K, E. Barrow. Stan- cow and heifer calf lord. H.T. Bush sold to J.Q.Montgomery for delivery between Mar i5 and June 1st, '11 200 pound hogs at A cts. Suckling ewea ahould not be shorn too early. Cold, rainy weather will dry them up h'reatly to the injurr of the lamb. Lsvi Hubble bought of II. E Marcum a suckling mule colt for $100 and of R B. fi E. P. Woods a young mule for $100. Clivens A Carter have boocbt of various parllee in the last few daya 15 milk cows, paying for them from $30 to $40. Jam ua B. Gentry bought at auction at Lexington, Triimpetta, n bay mare by Truinpengo, dam Eadeavor, by Euquen, -- A 207-pau- The annual waiting ofthn iilockholiieis of tlie Turtiws-llJ- e, MiKluuey A Cui!ey' Mill Iurnplke Koa.l Company will be hel-at Ware', tiiorc, Miitlunojr on the lit SntuMay In May, 1SS7, at 9 a I're'lJeut and A. M. far thepurpotool lkiard of IHritUirs for thu cmuing year. J.J. McKINNKY, I'rcilJent. am 8 41pm a in, 8 &8p m' 12 83 a m am' 9I0pin12&3 am 1 M p m 2 15 p m ;""Z";;!''2'27"aui 25 30 35 00 00 03 p tn 8 10 p 05 p ml 10 Rip 35 li m II 20 p 02 p in 11 41 p Cl.'inii Nleholusrtlle .Uarrodshurg Junction.. : Danville -- Junction CltT Kings Mountain 12 49 11 i 10 25 a iii 0 a I, pm 7 27am 4 3 20 p m 7 00 a mi 4 2 51 p in 6 27 a tn t3 218pm f5 47aml 2 ou ii m f5 32 a m, 2 I 35 p in 5 20 a m: 2 ...,. r, 9 3 8 10 5 10 p m p m a m a m p tn pm 5 50 a rn 8 25 am 5 10 p m ... 9 52piu ....,12 30a in ... 7 35 a in ' 112 7 ' .,., somerset Oakdale Kulaw Meridian ..New Orleans .Chattinoogt .Ulrmlnghim 8 10am 5 00 a ml 10 35 pm 7 00 p in 9 00 a m 05 a m pm ..I 1 20 a ml HOOOpm 7 10 ....,10 C 130pm - 3 a in. 8 09 p ml 15 20 a m 15am pmi ' TURNPIKE ELECTION ! 55 30 C 45 7 10 am1, am p m p in. ..Meridian .Vicksburg ... hrveiiort. . ....T. P Junction I' 235 7 15 am 3Jpm a m 7 50 am No. 9 leaves Oakdaledallroxcent Sundar. at 0 15 a. it.. Arrlvlnz at Cbattanoaea at 9.45, No. 10 The barelioldere nf tho Hanging Fork A Green leaves Chattanooga at 4 00 p. x., arriving at Oak lile at 7. i P. u. ItlTtrTurnplko Itoad Company will melt at Jones' Mann Boudoir Bullet Sleeping Cars on all through trains. Store In MctClnncy on lha lit Saturday lu May, lbs;,for thepurpoieof electing a I'reildent and JOHN C. OAULT, Oen't Manager, H. COLLBUVN, Oen't Frt.A Pass. Agt Hoard of Directors lor tbe ensuing rear. It. CAKKOLU Oen'l Supt., K. X. P.YAN, Aast. Oen'l Krt. A Pjj. Agent J. W. (JIVEN3, President. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent. Somenet, Ky. General Offioes, St. Paul Building, Weat Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. TURNPIKE ELECTION! The stockholders of the Huitou-lll- e i. Cofiey'a Mill Turnpike i:xa uomnanr will niet at Mt. cawoa on inn lai namrdar in May. 1887, at 1 o'clock r. u. for tre purpote of electing a Preii dent and Board of Dlrtctoia for threniutng year u, u. i.iu., rrinueDi. FUENITURE STORE MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. ! TURNPIKE ELECTION! Tbe stockholders ol tbe Stanford A MIlledgeTllle at McCor-mac- k Turnpike lioad Company wilt I Jleetinx Uoum on the lit Saturday In May, 18S7, at 2 r. M.lor tbe purpose of electing; a I'reildent and Board of Directors for the eniulng year. ED. OAKTEU, President. m-- et Turnpike Election ! for $350. The annual meeting ol the stockholders ol the Stanlord A Halls uan iurnptte uompanr lor tno lor election of a President and llotnl ol I.F.n ikon Court. Cap. J. C. Glare-brootho cnsulogycar will be held in the Circuit Clerk's auctioneer, reported considerable, ortife in ttaniora on too lit eatumay in .May, 'S7, at 2 o'clock r. k, (t d ) J. K I.YNN, etock on Ihb market, but prices of!; many of the offering were withdrawn. He eold ! 12headofyc-.rlin- g cattle at $19 3S per head; 0 yearling ateer nt $17 50; 9 c.lvea Tbebtoi VliolJersof tho Stanfjrd A lluslonilllo Turnpike Iload loir pany will hold their annual at $9.95; cow and cilf $25; 3 yearling meetlngfcr the election ol a President and Board ou tbe at $12 30; pair smnll 2 year old mules ol Director! at Bailey's Store, Turners-lll18S7, at '..o'clock p.m. for $117 50; 2 calves $15; old mar $20 30; 1st Saturday in May, K. CASH, President. J. cow and calf $20 10; G or S plug horsea $20 L. Haya sold 10 graded to$00.-W- .T. ! yearling cattle at $10 25; dry cow $11; cow mares $20 and $99; yearlinz and calf $1S; Dlrt-ctor- s k, Squire Wo, Berkele sold to Georfie Kratz 51 head of cattle, which he ha been slopping for four months, at $1 55 per cwt. They averaged 1 213 pounds and were smooth and nice bullocks. W. H. Prewitt bought 3S g)od 200 pound boss from Sam Kwlng ASjus, at 1J cenU and bought various lot" to be delivered in May, June and July, at prices ranging from 1 cents to Dinville Advocate. cent, The ttora holders of the Knob Lick Turnpike uoau tympany win meet at tne national Pank InSlanlorilon tbo lit Saturday lu Mar, 167 for the purposo of electing a President and Board or Directors lor tne eniuing year. N. II All terson holding ito-tn this Cora pany will plcaao present their certificates either to new tne rrrstdtntor secretary aa we wish to certmcatee. frea V ta-u- lunus Turnpike Election ! Hill always have on liaud a larec ami nclect line of Furni-tnrand IlndcrlakerV OooiIh. My priccH will he ax low aH snch rooiIn can be bought in Hie ciHt'N. fln me a trial anil yon o will be convinced Unit I Hell lower tliuu the loivem. Turnpike Election e, e WEAREN & MENEFEE, II AXE S WELL J mm colt $11. CRAB ORCHARD' Senxon OpciiH 1st, 1SS7, l7nC0LNC0UNTY. Mr. Ssm Cochran's wife presented him with an heir en the 1st inst. Kv. B. A. Dawes will preach at the Baptist church the 31 Sunday morning and night of this month. Mr. Htinley Singleton's attack of rose ola turned into pneumonia and he has been very ill but Is now better. Tne co operative meeting of all the Christian churches of Lincoln county will convene here on the 23th of this month. The appearance of Mr. W. O. Hansford's house will be greatly improved when d being part of it ii the torn away. A great deal of work is betas done in cemetery this spring that of sodding our the graves, planting flowers and clearing ofl the shrubbery. One of our young ladies when joked about her sweetheart coming so often, replied that it was lonesome at Mt. Vernon and he came just to kill time. If reports be true he'll not continue lonesome very long, for he will take to Mt. Vernon that which attracts him here. We heartily congratulate Mr. W. if he certainly has won this gem, Mrs. George Farris, of Eat Bernstadl, Mrs. Scott Karis visiting her sister and Krs. W. F. Kennedy have ris. Mr. returned from a visit to Mr. Grove Kenne dy'ii family In Gurard. Miss Alma Car son, of Brodhead, was the guest of Mrs. W. O. Hansford. Mr. John A. McRaberU, of StanforJ, paid C. O. a flying visit. Miss Alice 8tuart hai returned from Gohen where she was teaching school. We are indebted to Miss Jennie Kennedy for the following item. At the Good Templars lodge Tuesday night these officers were elected: W. C. T., 8. D. Hardin; W. V. T,, Mm. V. K. Buchanan; Recording Secretary, Mis3 Jennie Kennedy; Fi- one-story Goi-hein-la- TERMS OK BOAP.tV Juno per w ek$.i;July and Augmtper week $tf I'nlldren under Vi years old arid Serrants half prlc, Tranilent rates per day $1, per meal IO cents. Hotel accouimoda-tion- s Cottages will be rentlor abaut 50 guests ed any tiuio froai uo until lit day of July to one family only at SI 50 pr week. After tho 1st day otJufy VM will be charged. Special rates will I given two families desiring to occupy the saruo house. Z per Horses will lie well cirni for aid fxl a wevk, per meal 35 cent). Satisfaction guaranteed or nocnarges made, tor further Information adSVOOSA3IOUK, Prop'r. dress .1. i. Stanford, Ky. We have filed tbo price- - to suit all and we want everybody to com) to Hale's Well this season and be convinced that this Is the bst and cheapest watering place. In tbe State ol Kentucky. A golden opportunity Is oflered you in board for the month of June and from now until the 1st day of July in cottage rent, so sow ta your time to 'i'.'f-- tl A. L S. come, impiis u ! Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phestons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve , hides is larger and more complete thaneverbe-forefrom the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, d Knsbe, tbo famous DeckThr er A Son, the (wp liar and rellablo Hverelt. The celebrated dough ,1 Warren, and the John Church A Co 'a All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles las any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. II.GIlEEN.Agt., Hnstonville, WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Ky. Any one desiring an elegant and durable mu ileal Instrument will do well to examine our prices before pu'chailng. We are agents for the John Church .1 Co, and will warrant our Pianos fot seven yean, and our Organs for five years The Kvcrett Piano and the Clough A Warren Org in aro tbe belt and most reliable Our Instruments instruments manufactured. rtnhoscen nt tbo postolBco in Stanfiiid, where mim nose i;icnarus win state prices, etc. Persons who have purchased these Instruments will cstllr to llielr durabll tr and elegant tlnlsn Wo will Imulad toicrvo tbo public, aud guaran tee satisfaction. I'.lder W. I Williams, nfHuitonville, alio represent, tbe John Church A IV, aud wilt be pleased to serve his frlemK COOK, Agents. S. It .1- - I.. Wall Paper, Furniture, .as If 11,7' isjJTlT J JOIIWIW J. Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full.and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. EErKRRNCKS: John D, Carpenter, HuitonTllle; J M, Klniore, Stanford, James Bcailey, Stanford; J. M. Philips, Stanford', A. H. i'eunr, Ktaufora; Mrs. Kannle Karra, Laticaiter; (len W. J, l.andrara, Iinraiter; Charles Sandldge. Junition City; W. M. Payne, Preachenville; Mrs. i: M. Carpenter. Stanford; Mrs. Maggie Holuies, Crab Orchard; O, , lice. Lancaster. B. K. WEAR-SWT- , Stanford. Stnu-JSBteHfiSnter- ior lournal Eccentric Decisions By High Courts. y Tno eccentric decisions which occasion-allof our high emanate from the btnch eat court, anil the confusion coneeq'ient thereon, are due, In great measure, to the frequent changes in the member of the court. Ojr Judges of tho court of laet relife or during sort ouuht to held office good behavior. If ihe custom of life ten-ar- e in oflise obtained, the current of judi cial decision would not be o often muddied and muddled. Aa it U, however, every time a new membar get on the bench he embrace the first opportunity to give judicial aanction to a long cherished theory. It was a new member who wrote the opiu ion in the Kaelin cip, rceraing the fen tecce of death on the poor pretence that the indictment did not contain the word "feloniously." The Judge who delivered Jhat opinion was an old practitioner, who haying, perhipa, been lorn; engaged in tho defense of crimin its tnd come to magnify the importance of the word" "felonionsl." As the court had, only a few years before, in the Freemtn Firi ctee ieered nnollier judgment of doti because, in tin opinion, malice must be proved like any other fact, and an the record in KielinV ewe cer'nir.ly abounded in evidence of rutlice, it is naturally eomewhat difficult to mtke the two opinions corjeist. -- 8. M. B irdelt in Ciur fr The next legialatun will be aaked lo amend the law in regard to malicioua wounding. A murderous asault ia fro-lenlly one of the worst Crimea that can hi committed. The caaea of the late Judge Rjid and Miss Jennie Bowman (provided the Utter recovera) ahow how inaufficient the penalty Is to the offene. The en ally of such a crime ahould be left large ly 'o the discretion of tho jury. Im priaonment In the State penitentiary for a term of two years ahould be the lowest punishment. For an aggravated caee, imprisonment for life would not be loo severe. And where the assault with intent to kill ia committed on a woman, the death pera'ty ought to be inflicted. It la no doubt true that the rererity of a law often rendera it ineffectual. But it ia manifestly impossible to prescribe one, punishment which will do justice in all eaaea. It ia easy to fix a penalty f jr murder, and, in every inatance, it ahould be death. Our law, aa it applies to manslaughter, ia a very good ono, and But in caaea of ahould not he diaturbed and battery, malicious wouudiog, asaull and other crimes against the person which are do not result in murder, the statute S M. BuAlett in Courier aadly tli iisient. q Bucken's Arnica SatreK 1IOVNE, Tho bcatSilre In tlie world lor Cuts, llruliri BorM, Halt llbcuiu, Favor Sores, Tetter, ChappoJ SOMKltSKT.KY., Hinds, ChllbUlns, Coras and atlBktn Eruptloni, I'KOLMtlKTUK. nnil poalttTely cure Piles, or nu pay required, I, II.II.HKIXKLGr, it guaranteed to give perfect MtliUcllon, or monoy This Hotel Is new la every respect and Is fitted refunded. Price ii conU ptr box. For mI by up In excellent style. The table shall always be Ponny A McAlliter. supplied with the delicacies ol the season and the rooms clean and comfortable. Kites 1 1.50 per day. tthat Can Be Done ? By trylLgsgala and keeping up courage many rusy bo attained. things seemingly tmposilbl TRUSTEE'S SALE Hundreds of hopeless cases ol Kldnoy and Liver Complaint hive been cured by Electric Bitters, after everything else hd been tried In vstn. 8o COAL LANDS ! don't think there Is no cure for you, but try; Elec- VALUABLE tric Hitlers. There Is no medlolneso safe, so pure IN HARLAN COUNTY. and so perfect a Blood Purltler. Klectrlc Bitters Dyspepsia, Diabetes and ill Diseases of will cure the Kidneys. IriTtluablo la aQoctlons of Stomach Hy vlrtito ol a dred of trust, executed to me vnd Uror, and otcrcome all Urinary Difficulties. as trustee by the (ioulard Coal Oil and Mining Large Bottles only SO cents a hottlj at Penny .V Companv, bearing dsto the 1st day ol June, is"4, IHtlMtl.KY -- -- ?& -..--- IRADFIELD'S lHllUfAT.l? . THE COMBINED STALLION, SECOND JEWEL. Lin-coi- This fine, combine I staldon will ruiko the n at my sUblo near, Hhelby City, In county, on the Uhclby City , A, Knob Mck Turnplkoroad, at REGULATOR j A SPECIFIC rOR. $15 tho Season, a blood bay, or $20 to. Insure. McAllstor. Excitement in Texas. Great excitement has leen caused In the viciniby the remarkable recovery of ty of Paris, s, Mr. J. K. Corley, who was so hclploss ho could not turn In bed, or ralsa his head: .everybody said ho was dying of Consumption. A trial buttle ot Dr. King's New Discovery was wnt him. Finding re lief, he blight a l.ir butts and a box of Dr King's New Life Pills, and by too time he had taken two boxes of Pills and two I.jips ol the Discovery ho was well and bid gained In Sesh pounds. Trial bottlei ul this Oreu Discovery for Consumption Ire at Penny A Mc Ulsters Te-athlr-ty-s- lx Journal. ' Tne low necked dress must exchange. well go lower, go," a.ya n "WTieu JlaUy The etory that Marshal Key was not ex icuted in Paris after the Wtlo of Waterloo, but was Bved by a mock execution, ind came to this country, where he piaed aa Michael Rudolph, and died in North Earoliru, is rented, and mi examination of the akult of Rudolph U to be raide, to fee whether it had a peculiarity known to have marked Ney. Th6 family of Key is of honorable disiioction in France, and they have never given the least countenance to )he K'jrth Ciroliua romance. It is remarkable, too, that there never has been a Monument over the grive of 2s"y in l'tris, Ihe family declining to erect any memorial ar to allow th government to do it, on the ground that lu ' f had been taken hy the Trench Governnuni wSn he never fought nothing to tell ijfiinst France, There pt where the dust of the Marihal reposes, the name Ny cut in a Q it atone under a little gatewiy into Ihf family lot in the cemetery the lot beinx surrounded by a low iron rail. Oje can brush awiy the duat and eee the three letters, all shallow and about an inch and a half in length, that compose the immortal name. ex-se- Which way, pleaai? It cam ot that ia, conveniently. Senator Vest aaya he didn't say that C:evolnd said he wouldn't have a second term We do not bolieve thit Kentucky ha ever hid an abler or more upright Executive than Gov. Knitt. Wheu the record ul gone over crit hia administration has ically it will surprise those who have na ged it on private grounds chittly, and will redound altogether to the credit of the parly, whici this brilliant Kntuckiu tu served so well both in National couraels Courier and the home Government. b.-e- n nu sick, wo garo her Cattnria, When she was a Child, she erinl for ( astorU, When she Iweame Mi, she clun; to CastorU, Wheu shobvl Children, she gisethsiu Castoria A.VDrKDKiaKK. Second Jewel Is with block inane and tall, 13 hinds , Inches high, with duo style and action. Ho Is U UCU AS years old thlssprlng, was ilrrd by lwli Cunning, ham's Jewel, he by the famous old Washington tippresieil I will sell, on rreRitlar Denmark. First daui, Minnie, by McDonald's entity mill Halcorn, Ciussder, 1SS7 dam by asecond dam by Wells' fourth dim athird THURSDAY, MAY sou of Davy Crockett, val liable. old saddle mare, pedigree unknown. Mr. At 12 o'clock M , for cash, 1(1 per cent, lo b paid It. C l'.irvln's Old Minnie, dam of Hoc nd Jewel. at tlmoofsaloand the balance within thirty asys wss a premium animal from a colt up to an aged thereafter, at the Norfolk Ileal Kstate Kxcnamte, marc. Second Jewel has been shown 31 limes and If lak.ii ilnnng tlio CHANOK 01" I ITH. rrcat No. 47 Commerce street. Norfolk, Virginia, to Ihe worn the slick tie 31 only three highest bIJder at public auction, all that certain times. uiTeruik'nn I damp r Mill bcavoldid C"cuJ for book MemauK to Vomt" wtllcd free TUACTOl' LAND conveyed by tho said deed, will alii stand at the same sialic, the tine situated In Ilsrlan county, in the Mate, of Co., Atlanta, Gi. lliuuriELli I'oor To k el the Cumberland UlTer, young jack latitude 37 degrees, longitude M ilegree. and bounded and described In s.ild deed at lieglnnlng at three (msple, black osk, aud chtslnul) tres He is i al If SSto IHHiD-- r ii slandlncoH aspuron the norih side of tho Hlg black, 11 bauds H Ituhes i.lvi'i'olt. wss sired bv hUh. He Illack Mountain, running thcncoriurth 1,20 poles Caldwell's loutig Hlsck Hawk, he by Velocipede, ton stake, thence north 03 deg .east 1,011 role to ho by Knhertiun'a hampson, he by I ml'. Mamn stake. souln 1.GJ0 Kiles ton slake, thanco south lllack Hawk Hli.dam was by thence moth. dsm was railed by rjtlgsll's 00 d.g.. wist 1,021 mIcs to two sugsr seeond miles Maxwell and was Tho north 2J0polrs to ihe place ul lieglnnlng, contain-te- n an Importrd Jack. Money dun when the clt la thouwnd acres of Iji d, and beliered ti !. full loalid or miir Lien arl(d siideitlly at colls till season ehargeswith paid. retained on all iifcoalolilimMt VAluid'iMlliy aro Kit, cts'lble to mining JOIIX S. 1'1'VKTrume l'aslurago will be fiirulihrd at reasonable rates. I'arllug with tuares lorfilts Ihe Insuranre i.l-l- d. Ixlgli Hros A l'hels Auctioneers. f. T.NAMHIWi:,ll phtlby City, Dxscaii'TloN Woman's Diseases lTIIt Pnlnftil (9 I MENSTRUATION Ur.ot-LiTo- or tlmes-dcfc-i- tcd BLACK HAWK, JE. II. J X. tre, Photographer, Danville. - Ky -- tslir I.rlrmou id In 2 iOllst. by Membrlno ( h'ef, by Mri il.ru o 14 r mauler, dam t'ledam of (.ol all 2 0 Ills sons siird 2.' and his daughters are the My !lnetaltion, Welch, will make Ihe season of dams of 18 In the 2 In list. J Is ul!!'1, i:rlion year half brother to to rle.recorl JUDiiir i 1S7 at my plsee, known as the John l.loyd old au.i told lloUit four Thuniian farm, I!, lulled from Miflby tlty. slid at a age lor !lu joo. DatiTllle thai A D.iUTllle aud between th Stanford 1st dam br ilodoc, by old l'llot, alteol Pilot, Jr., A lluiionvlllo Turnpikes at wttiLiCiTs:. TO ERICSS30BI, JR., Frames Mndo to Ordor. BELQ-IUM- , ,l.Ma JACKS, Wl, I make the aeaion of at my s'ai. et on lu pike lesdlnf Iroui fit all lord to Crab Dnhsid miles from the latter plate was t,riui;nt rm Ob'o at twn-resold an I is now o. He la ", N'nrnMiii x Iwa.iitj dapple gray, hoary mane ait.1 tall, of ko-- I t --- ; and action, ami ha tiroseti hlmlf a ol bre.,l.r sereral ol his colli lialuK Iweo krpt Hall mi William Ja lies, A. K McKinne, wi. bare his ivlta, are t elerred lo. Thejuk.Moiui.il 9 oU. Ids. k. wliu k, Ma.lla.Mi Hlelw, wis s'rtrl by a liars i know the sum k, but kuow belli toil eja -HH dsm wnllli.k lU.k heli UKk and a $10 I", INSURE A LIVING COLT ree,2 2 0M'dH 2 ',, Nutwl list MembriooChlifslrul In the Journal. To pick up a horaesioe is a aign of gocd luck there ia no doubt about it. Maud 5. can pick up a horseshoe quicker than any trotter in the world and see whit luck she ha. But it isn't always lucky to pick up a horseshoe with a horse nailed to it A man down in Texas did that the other dv and he was made to decorate a tjlcgrnun pole, j ist for luck. It is not generally knorn that. horseshoe will cure dyapepaia A horse planted one ia the pit of a man' stomach who was eulldrlog from that pain lul dleorder, and he never complained afterward. The time to plant tbem is in the horseshoe cirn-i- i to uie spring. A rea-n- ot hand haa been known ro cure a boy of picking up things. Business on the train 13 or mire r't-t- l with. 16 hai.ds high anl was sired r Wei h it William Welcu, dam Usy, l.v Frank Wolford, sire of Cookoo, record 2:A. Second dam by Joe Moner, 3.1 dstn by a dray Hsgle horse, lie has several colts thst ar of fine, kk1 ilie and style teller, aid la lie brrtds large and Is a lure A Isdr can drlte bliu lu of kind dlrpoiitlcin, satsty He ai nerer handleil a day for sperl but shows good trotting action. Money duewhen colt Is f.wle.1 fl l'llot slrel the daws of Jay lye and 21 i iiiorn Membrloo 2 2I1,. Hrlgooll 2 ISj.4. WooiKniil J:W Flak's Mauibrlno Chief 1 JSi ,UV llesiiv 2 2li, Membrlrhi iltJihrmo l'llot rilar 2 2 2T, North Olar 2.20'j. , Jr., Is a suild blKk, Ii. hands high, and weighs I, JvO lbs. Il Is a horse mat nroai In t iiivuls hlmwif even If he had no mll,ree iuelng Ihe bloutl that h does sboukl wake him Keuturtr. Kraudesl slallloi-t oos of the in Tire lee will lo (Ulo2 Slllat ) -tiy 2', a It I.ru-ison- C1 ,i '.KlyyATTiS&JOAVj?.Tr ftavsYy.r----- rc -n- $1510 l.NSUIti: A M.VI1K IX I'OAI.. lul i'rln netga-ltto- r-.-f" For the. benefit of peraonawho use oleo for tboae who may ute it without knowing it, we print what commissioner Colman.of the Agricultural Department aaya of it: "It appears that even the carcaaaea of horaea, dojs and wine have been utilized in the manufacture of oleomargarine, and the manufacturers were not particular about the condition r age of the meat and bones either. I had a personal experience at my home in St. ouia, when I vent to the butcher ahop to jtet some meat for several hunting doga that kept at the time. In the refuse barrel at Ihia place I often saw maggota, and Bosinesj. Two laiseag-- r nargarine and know it, and became involved ia a very heated controversy, which finally waxed so hot that one of them cilled the other a liar. "Wbal's that, a liai?" and he wia r,n hia feet. "Yea, a liar," waa the emphatic response, "or my name ain't John Smith, of Smith ville." "What, the hardware mercham?" "The same." ".Mr. Smith, I am delighted to know you. I represent Meaars. Snarpedge & Co., of .N'ew York, a ad can ehuw you a line of aamplea that will make your hair curl."-f- N. IT ffM r i vrmf - I'ifeyilli' & IVa.ers In At the aame place anl on th" same termst will al--o stand my Jsck, WILl t M lALK. j2m. a.Tcar.olJ. black. 111. hsmls high and hsvlred by I.jle's lmporte.1 Jan, and wit oi a good Jennet 1 Illark Hawk Is a solid black, res haiKlibUh, will abow resell nuts this sre srrj floe tuulo The horse lllslirjd it s ..) a few II llii farting with or mnrlng mtreout ol the rendsis money due, Will also med 910 Id Insure a Colt IOiIiijhoIiI -- CEUIltlK S II KXCLKJI.iX. THK KANCV I)I)I.r. STALLION. Wallace fosldedMsyl Denmark ! 1 produced some ot th best mules In Ibis and tvuntlea ami Is alio a good Jennet Jack Hels 16' han It hlgu. rivarlv t'lsik with ut ily pvlDls and general mike up til c an, MY FIXH JACK, MiKLHOY, At f(tt on the same conditions as shore. He hss a superior breeder, haling lo prorra hlmsell Thn.Tlrl.il Jik .. -nlj Mare lra.lr.1 wlib or moiid oO makes toonsy d is.lhe calls stand gool twelse months lor c 211 ia- I, It.UAltXEIt, .......,. I.II ..tu l i IHUUIIJ . .. SILVER KING U ill mske the present stsl.le ra sstxi it mil Irom ftaolotd oa the sianford a Od lluito- - . S Groceries, Hardware, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. -- Is a rich mshogony bir ISTi IS1, bands nlga, beary m a do aud tale. Is strict It fine and tancr. is bulb a natural and plcauut sal-dlebreeds fancy, and more uniform breeder style can not tx found He Is high-tal- l on both side to the third KenrralloD, It backed upby thorough'bredi on bMti sides, making him Terr actlTe and sprightly In gait, In Inroi i and ! le finish a perfect rnodtl. He wis sired by the fumpler l)niasrk, In by doJdard's Denmark, the Oalues A Cromwell's Iienmirk, h b be by race burse Denmark he by Imported Hedgef.'rd His lit dam was sired by sir Wallace. h by Wallace, he by Mr Albert h .rough -brexl) second dam by Vlrglnlus (dam ot Virginias ihorough-bret- lt he by ihe celebralel by Tranby, (ion's V hip 3 dam a VWup ruire Will make the seaain of 1SS7 at my Urm, 3', miles from lluiloorllle, near Carpenters staiiuti. and wtli be permitted to servo mares a Lu rrty TurnplkoroaJ, j inlles from Huslonsllte, K. S. VOW El, I,, on the lluitont.i.e unly, Ky ur L'ni-ul- ARTHUR SIIYIS, A.T 1 sllle Turnpike AC $!0 lo bay, IiiHiirou l.lthiK Coll. I hsoJs high, a beautiful lih One mane and tall and a perle .) model and a natural aaddle horse, No. ,ril. Slandari I oderltuls T(A.T,:K.,Vol Hlrclby Hubble's Denmsik. known ai On Time win nana irstdam. .Voille Mounts, by t i!,l' i liinlon second dam by uu,: America he bj rajlurs ter -third dam ny Milter's Denmark whlth (Ifea him a double clou of tb heal sadllealotk intheworlJ fourth dam by John Hlutit, Twu miles fi .in I oassIit, on the Sliafor pike at the lest rare horses of his dsy, fifth dun by ilie Wssr 1 Me-en- He Is I years old. TWENTY DOLLARS THE 8EAS0N With prlfilegeof return In IM- Will also stand at the suae plire my line it t Mr or J i ) Insurance ii Vrs lali; rii di. 4 MAIN ST.. STANFORD. Prompt p tying cistiu'.ri are spectfully invifd to come to see us ea-I- meat waa very conspicuoua. When 1 aaked the proprietor what he intended to io with auch material, be eaid it waa intended for a butter factory. By the re of acida and other chemical prepirationa the manufacturers of counterfeit butter are enabled to destroy all offensive smells, and aomeof tbem use about one fourth pure baiter to give their warea a good appearance and Uate, and thereby many persona considered expert are deceived " Sun, Attorney General Garland had a hard time of it in hia earlier manhood. Afitr hia admitsion to Ihe bar he hung out l.ia ahingle at Waahington, Ark., but the clients all pvaed hia door and entered the uf ficeof an older lawyer. Oae dy he hisoffio asioc'utei hy blind f Md iog himeelf, stepping up to a msp cf anl viciously thrus in,' his pine I in to the imp, with Ihe words: am gom. to mive where my pjnoil strikes. If it's town, I'll practice 1; if ii'a country, I 'I farm il; if it'a a river, IM go to s'eambo'-in- g ' I'ne pmcil atruck Li'tle Rock mI there he ?eut. re- Ikiurbonlblef, by Mambrlno I $12..SO to I'aymiiter, Ac Arthur Hlms is a bay, 1J handi. 910 IlieSojiHon ,. ,m isr. hii t.,U U.MU IUlli i.i... .i..i. kin. i W. wm..., i.,.ImI Coll. Mire He Is a handsomely finished colt snd wed to stay, He his been bandied a Utile and promises wall Man a committed to my care and brefdld, will re(irate furulsii'd at He combines the strains.. of the haodsoma ltlnk ceive my iwrsoual attention . ...... a m t l I..,-, . rem reasonable rate, lo In paid lor before the iiiPimuuir-- . liaWC IDd limit JIHII1IIIIUO Pkl.i Jo rewnslbl Ity for aidlrnls.-- es. dninbls stock horse, and on bis sire's ildn traces capts. 1'arilng with uures fjrfits th lusoranee. twice lo imp. rteger auu iira ou on u J. STEELE CAttPENTER. aide kept in auy uiianer deilre.1, at owners Mares T. .I.KI.Kf.V. risk Lancaster, Ky. ariRiirniiu. Hero . iht onu. itiiu Ills dsm was a Living or In. ..-.- t.r, ., hr, '.. Lady by . .., i Arthur, 'r er dueinto iiHirri-Vat wrauinit timeor I.lrlnu tlt when mar Is Mmi rino lib lie u brown k with wim STEVE WALKER. a uj in-mo- ot At H .. .. r r.il m u-- yearsold In tju. full I handi ble by Alkln s King William and he by Clu- - I'M. llo first dim llluk Satin Jennet, she Is aired br Klni I'ljl Hi p, wiond dam br MoimitU t d he Lr Jim Porter This Jack baa pro?el Mmselt lol a tine breeder 'rral of his tolls last season a weaning-- lime brouhtone bundrwl d i Isrs. , ji e.1 psrtel ivuiti, ' lie i j. i:. .1- J, It. Manlord. Kt lilt IN, y and often. Is lheeituatioL?" the lnwj of tho State in which contracting "Oh, Yes," aiid the clerk, brightening parties reide, are called Gretna Green mar p, "I'll acoapt any situation." riages. to work,'" growled the man f "Well, Direct ikom Casiimehe. Customei ousfntrr-- . 'How much did you eay for the?e pant?" The cipibility ol aea water aa a prefer tti Mosea Rubensteiu 'Two dollars and a tivo isehown by the fict that among the halluf, Dike dem now and I makes it two articles recovered from veela sunk in the and a ka7orter. Dey ia de finest Cishine e, Customer (doubtfully) harbor of Vigo, Spain, in 1702, there have mine freedt." are the)? Well, I dunno-tt- ey and They Wen roa)vered pcitn3ns of logwood" Miutwony tl a, notwithstanding their 1S1 don't look like it," Rubenalein "Don't Jean' auhaersion. are lu the most perfect look like. See here, my frendt, we krow The chief object of deee p?nt8 ia de gentvine ardicle, bicaiire Ute of preservation we import dem direct from Cashmeie. joterest however, i an ancient pulley-Moefeet high and thrie Dake dem now an' I'll make it Ivso dollar " four and oneha'f feet broad, with four ao'id copper aliewi -- L'hiladelphia Call. J6 inches in diame'er. The oak wood is 'And this is to be the end of all?'' nil perfectly preserved, but an iron band i' O'Heilly de Fere, as he aeijd the jjiil'-jioiiipletelv corroded away, while the cop hand. "This ia about the nzj tf i el e replieJ, coldly. "You tfli me that your pir wheels are but slightly oxidized employer haa re'used to rtiae your 6alr?" What will remove dandruii from & perYes," cried the youth eagerly, "but nm ron's head without injury to the skin or year" "Excuse me," she interuptcd, w.t., haii? A. Take a thimbleful of powdered arctic frigidity, 'but I am not investing . . refined lorox, dissolved in a teacupful of futures not this week." water; first bruah the head well, then wet a It was the custom of Georse Clark, t'.o' Iruah and apply the mixture to the head. in the Stale ol Xe v thta'every day for a week and then at heaviest 1)3 11 (inn nr,r inleryala. Thorough clenlinee? and V...U .,U ivriiti; iuiicu iui vifVUVfWU, .III twin, ii uv il Jonger Jrtqueut, but not violent, brushing, at leat mortgage back the firm he bought mid very night aa well as mcrnin will gener- borrow money to pay the interest on m irl Hie capital who his credit nml whui ally beep the heid fre from iaudrufl. j Uicriiil filled his c .llji ru - tiitt) American. JjfSalentific a-k, . ' ' land-own.-er DisciiAitciiKO an EMr-o- vc 'Your conduct has ben auch for a month put," said an employer to his clerk, "that, in jistice to my business, I utn f jrced to discharge you. Dj you Appreciate your eituitiot.?" d i," replied the clerk, "tud I would Gretna Green ia a village in DumfritA-ohi- re leglad t retain it." Scotland, a abort distance from tie "1 do not insan that. Dj you gri'p the Eaglifh frontier, which was long notorious liluation in which you have placed your-el- f for irregular marriages. One of the mot through Imvln; ueglectei your work?" glaring abuie of tho Fleet prison, in Lon "It hegiiw to look," said tlib unhappy don .i the illegal performance o' iii sTeiL, "aa though there woulriVi be any alt mirringe coreaony by clergymen ror.fintd a&tipn to gr&ap." within i!s precincla for debt They were ''You still misunderstand me. You lnvo declared illegal in 1734, by a msrriaie b'-- i Sjen unmindful of the J u ties imposed upon and runawiy loveia repiired to Gretnai to ;ou, and, in consc'rj'ience, I nin compalltd oe married as tnrder am) illegal mar lo let you go. Are you prepued to ccept rhges performed in another Stale, to avoid 1 'I 'I BEAST! , , j I w-- ' Mexican Mustan Liniment Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Burns, OTTX33 Scratches, Sprains. Contracted Muscles, Strains, Stitches, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Screw Scalis, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, Corns, StllfJoints, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks, Worm, Ewinney, Saddle Galls, Files. THIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y accomplishes for everybody exactly hat Is clalmcl for It. One of tho reasons for tho preat popularity of tho MustaiiK Liniment Is found In Hi iiiilvcronl npplicubllity. Everybody needs such a medicine. Tho LumbiTiiinu needs It In caseof accident. Tlio IIoiihcm Ifo needs It for general family inc. The Cannier needs It for his teamiaml his men. Tho Mechanic needs it always on his w r bench. emergency. Tho Tho Plourcrneedslt-can'tBetaloiigtvltli- out and his stock yard. I'nrnior neods It In hU house, his ttablc, nee U f. I needs lt- -!t uill save him tlmusands of dollars and a v orl I of trouble. Tho Jlnllroniliiinii needs It aud will need it in I 'tig as his life is a mind of occl.lrnt and ilongcri. Tho HncUsvooilmimii needs 1U There Is not It os rtn antidote for the dangers to llfo, l!mli and comfort which surround tho pioneer. The .llci'cliniit needii It about, his store among his employees. Accidents u.l hapjien, and when these come the Mustang- Llulmeut U w nutixl at ono. Krcpu Iloltlo in the House. Tlstlie It In liberal supply nlloal ami ashorv. ned It it Tlio Ilorac-riutcl- cr friend mid safest reliance. Tho Stcninbont innn or ilio Iliiiiliiiiiii l hit Ui Tho MocU-arotve- r gC, eeAuouiy. Keep n llotllc in ihoI'RCloiy, ttslmmedtoie uo In case of accident save ala and laa of wagei btot (icn. Knox, 110, Standard I'nderflule a the sire ol IrlhurtJlias. washredby Daniel Heuilli. llrl Dili flneslslllor will mike the ot Ikl'i Yt ,snd wasfoaleillnlSAA He was by eriuout my firm, t mile Irom rilirforl ou the Sts Hero, III. 1st dim by Heatc her, son of llirney Henry, 2nd HiiHsiieii Mare by lllli sHIr Charles ion ol fird and DansHle pite i, btnlt bin'i Bar Malllon foiMcl li by MesieDger Chief. 1st d tm by Verumat Jr. .' Durut. 1U aid 2 111, public trill at D years old s (iriy 2.21 dam by luir Scjthlan, dm !y llouuer AT 13 TO .1 Among the get of (Jen. Knox with records In Icicle, 4 dam by Onsloti'a Tel g'J h 1 SOor lller, are the folio log Ij1t Maud 2 18', b Ills sire MMisngsr C .lef, i in I U llt. by DKiCUIlTIO.N AND ri.llli.KI.L - Vcrmo Kiiui lliMili i Ionian i a l.lirk hor- -, loil.-- . lu ! ' dallah I'ilol.dain liv Maubrino Measetiger, i dam Cantors 2.ll14 lndindenr ' . 2 21'4 OllU-i- t s'x Kn.ii JW. Itlor by MsmbrlnoCnlef, !ldm br Imp Napoleon, i 'lit', riiin.vr.ir Knni i two while IwhlTl aired l'eai.fjl 2 .., Harry ."iik teen handi hUu, by llyadjk'st HambUtonUn, fcei 2 2; Knox Koy dam by remjiesl; Meeaeuger Chlei alrl M. William Wehh. ..., m ri nin,. w Msnengr2 16'J, .NUrrel 2 JH; llus2 21 and Many ri ' Katie (Irlmn, l. dill's Vermont. 2n j dan worth. Coun, CromnelJ, Kclalre, l.mror Will-Is- HUrk by llelm'a Yorkshlie, by Imp 'lork others uMtlnttt 10 win tame on the turf. Llghtloot, (illbretb, ihlre, Srd dam Little Oen Krox. Jr Alidallih l'llot, by Alexin Ist's Abtlsl'ah. dam Knox, by Warner, by Jules Jurgermen, Knnx lliy, bill Merrli, B undlna, by Mambrlno Ohli'i sMBd dam by Sir Arcbv. tth dsm Krally Hp.ed, and -2lt,) by Parker's Rriwn lMut.t year-ol- Tall Mieildan, M l.luio, Whilsbone Knox, with Imp lrvlathin,6thdani by I'arkolel, olli dim It Woilord Knox hue slie.1 the following 7tli diin by Maryland l'h,e,ilx l'llot sired Plckant i 11', lle.1 Jim imifili nf'J SO or heller Iron Are 2.1V.. Capllnll llreendrl'er. reeo d r2S, West nger Chief dam by Hannibal, dam by Milky, br Howel (S Mv HVj, irank V. 2 ;,. Nellie Walton ' 2' Emily, Hpe- -I lu Urine's Miier I .!4 ,: VerMonl HartihletouUn Ulu.l liookVof Ii I ., cS lanny m. 2 wt; traiiaie v nariei ll Alexander's .INlilUh. by Itrsljrk's Haiible-Ilo Uthair 2 'i i,1, Maud atullw 2 .'a', Kilty Mom. tiieityleauJ c d iKioe, isa I Aiu Ivi.ilnti I'arlliu. AlelHodn A eore on.,, r, i. c lilll.relh by tvilllam W.li h, lo. an 2 "0: Chub 227, John .. Heal.l 2VT', rind lio.limiih Maid ill, I'.'.iul.Wid . Jlfir. it ,n,. ,,r, t Mail 2 27'., nhadjw 2 , Harub'n hM 2 ; ' .Major Idiall .W. Hi. hlmoi 2 1hurdile hwaleT uiilri't In 2 o 3.S0' Arthur '1. A lino it, IMiuout, lulMira, CoMliud 2 .1", HUrk Il .' SO. Hn also stred William twirx wis lire. I br ltji.lt i 2 pscrr, 2 22 , if .11. ll'lubleloul.lll, Moa, picer, llo ealy, enelby ChUf, togthrr with inedaiuiwf Jeroi, nroid ,, lrtdim i tin dar. KI'.i Kldy 2.1UH. lt"8 Mlddlelon 2 14, Bill Tmind.r ul Itodrn'a I'rluw, 2 27. atel by Imp Tro.l.t n i. I 2a4 etc. t'otto )and are :l twrnt) mile trotter Tr s m 1. -. 2 daw by a oouuf llaiobilnn, by Mwntnger Chief Jr will mike tne neeM luj, Mrvi . Hiist in r place I' j i.iH.'t Iruiu IKsloav, ., .1 ter. Ve mnm lielnica grand son I ibe. Uradf.idtWllpika,t dyk's llaiulilwioi.isn, ibe (rmijnl aire llllu, l.r at lilll'a Vermont rmiibin d, ! ked l.f i h,,ron , brol, rl,l inakoa nil' il.H horan. Kr'lvk a llo" 810 TO INSURE A LI VI NG COLT b.oulan by Ablallah, sou of Maitibrliiu dull? Full brother to Maud Jlosstsgsr 2 I'.',, by lorn hell uuiidi r, 2 Ia'h br Hisnop a Himl icto , rie. Money due w ben (ill l loaUd ur insr by Imp, Msmwuer, oi.tn, nitli. Maici ill If paitortd at 92 per Chlvf, slroul Maud Metreavir i IK',, (Jui sn.adam moo - Ill's Wi l br DiiiiIok's Vermont I wH' ( lor art Ideilt I' t iw but co'ill , tbdiiHol liolma Sit lit daiu l.r l sire ., 1,1 . . Marsol t.ti. '. It (Hnrlley's) urn ol I'oluintuil, slie ol (oniilii), Hie. Hus'n lre ol l'.arl 2 80, alw 1st dam (intlo 2nd Jam i.y il- -r ri d she of the .)a n Malihlea Mr 6. a II. ,11. r,f Ihediisi W MhwI M ( silli1, and.l'ral Me Niilleiayxsi:t liamliy Vefmom Is alreof 1' ( im of Climax X XI. Olll's ibe vin Ikietw rUiy 2 t, HbuX. Mails 2 W, dluiu l.lV-- f Oa t.V.Nnilliri 2.MK also siro 2of ilie isms c IWdls i.lili (iamlmlla IV like 2 '.II Die Kin? 29',. N.I'm I 2nd dsm Kitty I'.lreis, the 1ih Will mtke Ihe prtoot sesson a .11 SMI I'll Iji l DaiHJ i IIA I Wll.Vf.lA'.V.Stiillrtfnmi Uiif.rl. on the iwordof 3 MlautM, t.ytar-olrum d 2 2t'luilar2."", I'earl 2 vomer et pikaai $IO to Inturt' 11 lirintJ IWnlrlci2.VI', Uuy I'alirirn 2.ki',, ,., i Kei volt, ssius londliloiu asnluve. lie isannetum. by Alexioder'- - AhUillsh, sire f Goldsmith tuckyi.enili...iiii2tJ. and sire oi the se.or bintdbnrM) It. hRtid high olgil st;l ami dsm ol I'nll riiooipeun 2 III1, . Maid. Itrnlyk's Hnmoietonlin, by Ablillili, tion and has proreii hlimmfa siilelidld lire de-1st it in by Chat Kent mare l.r I,, ,, n. ii llnMoiivlilio, Ky 3rd dam by ItJ Jackal, slr of lb dam ot I Hellloiiudir; 2nd dam ()ne lire, br llithop IUi bleiuiaii;rd dim nilrerlhll by Imp. MiMeninr KeMueky Wilkes. Ityidyk's llamblrtonlan la I In. aire ul Nelilo j, Maud Mtsinnjsr, lull sister to Mweiier llief , and 8." ollmra lili reootdioi X to or bolter alio tlie daws ot Trinket 2.1, oud ll otl.crs wt,i riL lnJ n reoeid when I years of 2.24 at 3 years 2.)1, ordiol2 3Q or better Vfrniiiiit (Downing) by Hills Illark ll.uk at years 2.2S and at 7 yaars oil .won the it 000 slroof 1. hau Allen 2 i1,. Veinuiit How ,ini s j ,rsc at Cleveland, Ohio, lu ! la s IteoflPi dams ol I.tnuma 2 id., ami also sire r tiiesame vear. i 8 1. Sent. 0th, she beat the crick tliedam of Mimbrlno Hruco, Hie rile of Hello W . on 2.7b lilll'a ill.uk Hwv, l.y Miinuaii MurKmi. Daii Thompion a match race foi Ji,- lied U'llkei-t'- hll a fait hotline mare , tb Dili's I.M Hawk CuO, In2li;l,-1.1"'i-- 2.1 Mr. Crit Davi. illl ilreof Hrlleofr-arHiog2 .' lancet 2V71 Hh. Allou 2 ',, aiol Vuui.K Anient i J ?i Hiil r end her ajalti this year through Ihe grand of the .Ism- - of Utnvru 1.1.0 (ion . her reeorl to 2 lb Tenneawie 2 27. and alu tli loiind.'rol to eria mjs he expect) t J Dlark Huwk lamllr. lias In the i. .,!., ., i or 2.12 Messoascr Hrefic Is as promising 'ai mi nnj laiMaltilino I.Uol lint or better 2 10 lewi". itg. res, ii ii.it the s una age, Co ilinliui (llukli'v'l. br Old V.lni,,l,n . .., , MMsecgtr Bi(M Is a kwutlfal red bay, lb hanla 'infill Slice 2 2. lMm I llmrlism Mir. tiki Udii'jibus. 2 IIS. eonv.rlMl pier, I rr.ua high modular and strong, fioin ClIMda ,,, . lenre 1 ! Navigator 2 HI. I(om mid i.W . and 'Jon n a sp'edy cinlurinalloH add then does not exist 'l of ihe dams ol li. r ' a 8ner iptilmeu ol the Meilllii7, ixjuliiN.T.2ilV, hameltM. on KeMu ky soil p.. . Youi j I'otiini itiiv I, thU hi.n .., I. , t247l trotting hied hors and iimbIhk as he does from a or U'tler h rlornmis, hmI ho has I ton tu,t lrc II i In or bHter lalonuirsi () ,1 i ,,'ban produilrg family, Lis tlrr, hUUmnil hie bus latin louudtrol the Columbus hunlr. v ti iiruilucsvtof ajftsl, ho U Jut th WojiI was to Ibe l.i.i whutslin l'llot. Jr I. wastoKriituckv . TIIOH. C Itn lasting nuprml' u mi kind ol a Uor tn uwkn v M.it.urd his progmy. JTnl tMrt- ' . Tttf2"M i ii ,r t. tlt't. ro.se 'TO n.SL'KI A MAIM I.N I'OAL. nl)i.lUl,v,,i , ihe " r I til . I.in I an I t.lrtt, tw t' .tea UHfrel t ,0 n a VWIiirt seJI r .. ! m Money Ju when the Uct la asc.ri i . " i'.an I In ererr i. I , I'llllI'MI. U ii; i iko W J vk J Till pirttil with or bred to another bo JrrrTt Alrolt .1 1.1. 1, , 'H ' 17 on iha (arm ol Vl'ii k i he leeven ol if lu He Jaiyt Mjl-Hu It n . V MESSENGER CHIEF, JR Vermont Hambletonian. ' IVSlIti: fe-- fOIaT. 1 ..iri-riij- .',, -- r- , (I-- n. irl i'jil 1 i',: tin Ui-ir- S - it., -- , r, .', 22,.J""h . MESSENGER BREEZE ! ur.-a- l Mrs-Hiig- er ,i(iUU i, m Hre, lit JO ABDALLAH, I ;( l,y d . ij'. I i j. ti a usi.ix ilrerl1-Walter'2.2- . 5-l't a lor Tn, wtjll-brr- irrll-knl- l, ' i m-d- Mmiv"' ( !'" C ki il d , wp ltii, f . i c n:w ' I. mm w, - $0 rttoi, H "- -- " D . m- j- Kepp a Moult' Ahwiviln the Slahlo far uac iUea vta'-fil-. .'Is' am iui'uiiii'- '! ' HOIlliSSTMv . v kid. i . i AbOSitl Ulli II lio Isirtt, ''.ii i BSf'rtMCj. Ohio, iu( . I r ! jm SolJbjrriruge ktM fii jt.vu,