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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887060701 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. mvmi VOL. XVI. V fiSr wr f ,r. Br - o NO. 235. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1887. BOOM f BOOM Analwiml ? BOOM BOOM it 1 1 (But not in Ileal Estate.) bqJLmS njjtoi irrfl.n iftrw MOP 1 rf i CrA be Found in this. DISCOVERED But not to T T undersigned is too well known to require testimonials as to his square dealing, we will proceed at once to business, and ask you to read carefully what follows below: In these days of Booms, frauds and deceptions are practiced upon unsuspecting' public, but as the WHEREAS, It comes to the knowledge of the undersigned that complaints have been made, that the Town of Stanford, Lincoln County, is not doing its share to get up a Boom and WHERKAS, Our good and law abiding town could and should have such a Boom like other small and large towns South and West, and WHEREAS, We are not sure at present where our gold, silver, iron, copper or coal mines or natural gas may be discovered, therefore the undersigned has resolved to make a boom himself that will surprise, astonish and shake up every nook and corner hereabout like an earthquake. It is a boom in CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS . & CAPS, FUKN1SHING GOODS, NOTIONS, &C, &C. AT PRICES that will be the talk for 100 miles around Stanford. PROFITS will be out of question. IT WILL BE SIXTY DAYS' WORE FOR THE GLORY ! And for the benefit of everyone that leaves his dime or dollar with D. KLASS. It will be a slaughtering and butchering of goods as was never heard of before. Now is the time to make hay while the sun shines, do not wait, come, see and convince yourselves. Those that know me, also know that I mean what I say, and those that do not will soon be convinced. Do not spend a dime for goods till you have seen my stock. You never had such an opportunity to buy bargains as D. KLASS now offers. COnVC-A-IRE: THESES 2 3 Gh WITH Heat Turkey-red Table-linen..- .. d OTIHIIEIR, nVCZEKCIHIAnTS' 10 PRICES 1.00 1.: 75 cent3 I Good Lawn Heat Lawn Good Calico Beat Indigo Blue t'alico. Goal Bleached Cotton. Fruit of the Loom Lonsdale Green Ticket. Good Brown Cotton..... Beat Plaid Cotton Beat Drees Ginghams.. Best Apron Ginghams. Good Bed-ticking cents per yard Beat Feather Ticking " Good Indigo Bluo Cottonade.... ' Ladies' Ladies' front-lac- e shoes ISA" Ladies' kid button shoes toe slippers Ladies' kid Newport ties Ladies' custom-madbutton shoes Good jeans pants jean3 pants Men's nice suits Blue flannel suits Children's nice suits Men's nice bats e All-wo- " " " (i" " 8J " 8J " 5 " " " " " " Nice Nice Best Beat All-line- n it (i 7i " 8J " n. 8 lino of Batiste,-yarwide. line Satines Brown Sheeting, 10 4 Bleached Sheeting, 10-- 1 .. Towels large size Ladies' gauze vests Men's gauze undershirts Good drill drawers Ladies' front lace calf shoes 30" 10 Hi" "" in " 22 " 40 " 50 " 25 " 25 " $1.23 per pair each 81.00 per 2.00 to 84 S3 per 81.33 " 5.00 7. 50 pair 2.00 50 to 83.00. I desire to call especial attention to my line of unlaundred Shirts selling at the extremely low price of 45 cents. And now to my neighbors and friends, I have lived in your town for six years and expect to make this my permanent home and therefore it is evident that there would be no advantage to me to gull the people, but by fair dealings I expect to retain that confidence imposed in me "by fulfilling the letter the promises made above. Call and satisfiy yourselves. Stanford, Ky., June 3, 1887. ID- - KLASS. V HflMHIWW A gentle kick at the old do seems to have stirred up the young ones of the Dan-vill- a 1 ilunc and for fear of havinc the whole pack eel looea upjn nst we hasten to Juno 7, 1887 Stanford, Ky say that it says that Gen Fry docs not get bat ioO pension and that he never said that j he was incapicitated. We have no desire W. P. WALTON. to add to the old man's woe9 i hoy will he urievous to be bjrne if he summon the hardihood to run against Mr. Lyle for the Legislature. 5tnu-iMccf- 1 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE C0UN1Y. some decisions at last and Jack Marcuni, of Lawrence county, who killed Elisha the London Jueho failed to show up Ferguson in 1SSG goes to the penitentiary here last week. This place has three drug store: net for 14 years, and Lewis Smith, of Whitley county, for tho murJer of James F. Graf-fo-rd therhas a glass cutter. in the same year, will enter upon n If a man gets foxy on brandy should we say he Is branded? . life sentence. iI $nierior$ournai The Court of Appeals has affirmed JOB F.WATEItB. JOIIN V. DAV1B. - WATERS & DAVIS, Doalors In Mts. Susan Hialt, living near Hrod-heais reported insane. ready for the great balloon trip across the No wests havo yet been made on accountry. The balloon will, it is expected count of the cutting aflray on Sksggs ascend from St. Louis June 10. ArrangeJudging from the reports of the recent Tub James G. Blaine sent to the Indiana ments will be made for daily reports from Creek. meeting of the Kentucky Press Atsjciation penitentiary Saturday for stealing a pair of the aeronauts by means of carrier pigeons, A number of our prominent prohibi in Louisville it was by far the most satis- boots, is not the fellow who ran for presi- the balloon descending every afternoon low tiocists were in town Saturday and were all Our stock is comprehensive nnd brand new and prices suit oven factory and interesting ever held. It was a dent in 1SS4, but if. all the wickedness of closo buyers. Come to no us early and often. enough to allow tho birds to ascertain their more or less Fox-y- , basinets meeting acd the improvement over charged at his door could be proven in court bearing. Taxes for 1SS7 were due February lit. the former junketing exhibitions, made up the latter would serve a much longer term Mrs. Amanda T. Million, present Save co I a by settling eoon. When in town of the hangers on and parishes of journal- than bis Hoosier namesake. Cimmon School Commissioner of the call on me. Jame I. White, Sheriff. 2t i ism, wsa decidedly marked, President J. Wo understand that Mr. R. L Myers county, has been declared by the County NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. W. Hopper, in calling the body to order, Committee the democratic candidate for will make the race for the legislature on CD made a very excellent addns, in which he en The Michigan vote on local option that position at the ensaioj August elec- the democratic ticket, He is brought out the baneful e fleets of the old shows 47 counties in fayor and 40 against. tion Mrs. Million has been filling the of- tion, to Press Association methods of the Lancas'er may havo more pretty girls Thirteen cases of yellow fever have fice since the death of her husband, and CD and the absolute demand for businesa meet- been reported at Key West, f our of wh ich has performed the duties so acceptably that than Mt. Vernon, but it is on account of ings without the extravagant social and she has been given the democratic nomina- the papulation of that place being larger have resulted fatally. V hospitable features, Mrs. Alice Hawthorne By a collision on the L & "S. near Birtion without opposition. She will be elect- than ours. then read a very creditable poetical adU'ch-monMr. James M. Dake, of Livingston, mingham, Engineer Howe, Fireman Burton ed in August by a lare majority. L73 dress of welcome, which so fired the heart has furnished another voter for the August CD Register. and a tramp were killed. ct- of the ancient but gallant Dr. Woods, that e-- rolection in 190S He weighed ten pounds The residence of Charles N. Davis, at CD he immediately moved a vote of thanks and Wesleyville, Ky., was destroyed by fire, his A Visit to Old Point and OoodBe to the Ola Friday night. CD Virginia Home. CD a tender of honorary membership. Mr. K. eleven-yea- r A game will be played at Valley lirk old son perishing in the llimes. I Richmond, Va., June 3 A stay of a en CD Young Men's "W. Knott, in behalf of the CD Joseph Niebau?, a Cincinnati brewer, few days at Old Point Comfort in com pany at3r.M. Sundry the 12.h int. bjtween - to s Commercial Club next addressed the meet is dead, leaving an estate of abiiit the Weber nine and the Scrubs. No charge $300,000, ac$ CD CD ing and after stating its purposes and ask with a son and daughter as the only heirs. with a number of ladies from Richmond, of for admission to the grounds. CD whom I was the honored chaperon, was ing the co operation of the State Press in Speaking of natural gan, why is it that c-- f Robert Gravett, of Steelville, Mo., is s ffjrt to advance the material proaperi-- 1 under arrest for an assault and outrage spent most delightfully at that elegant ' the r Payne's burning well, near Gum Sulphur, a? Quite a town has sprung up V -H rty of the State announced a deligated con 1 CD not inyeetlgated by those interested in the committed upon the widow of his brother. CD since that fashionable retort has ben locaCD vention to be held in Louisville next Sep development of this valuable agent. Another woman is to be hanged in ' tember to ascertain the wealth and needs of New York. Mrs. Cicnarali, who murdered ted there. The accommodations are the Will Sigmau, a young man living on P. i lAI the State and to provide means for placing her husband, will swing at the Tombs on best, especially at the Hygeia Hotel, and j.judu oione, wniio wonting Willi sjmo CD visitors from all over the L'nited Slates are Kentucky in the position she belongs iu the July 22 to LT1 saw logs frnday, had one to roll over him there. The Northern people principally in and interests. rapid advance of industrial dangerously injure him internally. Tne Cinarder, Umbria, mile the CD CD y--t Young . Allison and others also address quickest passage from Q leenstown to New the winter and the Southern iu the sumRobert A. Brown, our deputy postmas. ed the body on the same subject. The elec- York last week on recjrd 6 days, 5 hour? mer gather there to enjoy the gentle acd ter, is attending commencements at LexH3 health-eivinL- ' ee brecz?. The hotel, the ington. tion of officers resulted in the selection for and 44 minutes. Saunders Smith, an induMrious Hygeia, I mean, in a powerful structure,) another term, against bis protest, of J. W. K colored man, has tot a thumb bv Col. Charles E. Bjwman,of Kentucky, . bone Hopper, of the Lebacon iZandard, presi- has been transferred from Washington ter with accommodations for 1,000 guests, and felon. While dent;. Dr. J. D. Woods, of the Frankfort ritory to Nebraska, as Timber Agent of the is a novel piece of architecture. A minstrel performance in the street CD there we visited Himptoa and Chesapeake Capital, vice president; Urey Woodeon, of on Friday night and a brindle dog moving Interior Department. City, both in juxtaposition with Old Point. the Owentbaro Daily Matenger, secretary; slightly in advance of an oyster can, folMollie Jackson, a white woman, is to Hampton is an exceedingly interesting and Gen Harrison, of the Henderson Xa", be sold for vagrancy at Paducah. She is lowed by all the bars of town and two lawtreasurer. Messrs. Emmet G. Logan, of the first woman ever punished under the place, with its normal school for Indians yers, Sunday evening, were some cf Mt. and negroes and its Homo for Disabled Solthe Louisville 2inm, M. B. Moody, of the vagrant act in the State. Vernon's aniunementa during the last few diers. Wo did not go through the school, Henry County Local, L. W. Gains, of the days. The United States Supreme Court is Elkton logrcA), H. A. Sommers, of the about three years behind with its docket, but from the number of Indians and C. W. Ping and James Maret were Elizabelhtown --Yctw, Pat McDonald, of the and losing at the rate of S00 cases every "coons" wesaw we arequite sure they are elected school trustees at Saturday's electhere by the thousands. One of our party Frankfort Argut, and E Polk Johnson, of year Some relief is imperative. tion. John Welch has secured a poMtion tried to engage in conyereition with a pretthe Courier Journal, were appointed tho exwith the Kentucky Nationil Bank, Louis-villChristian Oilafl and wife, of near Duecutive committee and directed to arrange buque, Iowa, qiiarrelled about the purchase ty Indian girl, but without succfj). She as stenographer and private secretary would-b- e the programme for the next meeting. Un- of a pair of shoes, and the husband beat the blushed and turned her back on the and went to that place Sunday. Misi Virmarher and the rest of us had a good cle Gen Harrison made a very amusing re- wife to death with a hatchet and then shot laugh at him. The Home for the Disabled ginia Rsppert returned Friday from n six of the asso- himself to port of the financial condition months' visit to Washington City. C. J. death. Soldiers was visited from pit to dome by ciation. Urey Woodson made a rather Gauldin has been wrestling with the chills After having been found guilty of the lame apology for not telling what he knew murder of her husband and sentenced to our party and quite a treat it was. The for the last two weeks. Miss Mattie May about "The Advertising Beat and How to death, Mrs. Mary Wileman, of Little Val- guide, Mr. T. Valentine, who, by the way, Adams, of Bryantsville, who has bjen atBeat Him," but it was accepted, and then ley, New York, on a eecond trial was de- was once a Kentuckian, was very bind and tending Mrs. Nesbitt's school here, return-e- d willingly answered the numerous questions Mr. J. A. Lyne, of the Henderson Journal, clared innocent of the crime. home Sunday accompanied by her little asked him. la this home are 1.S50 old sol read a very practical paper on the "Cash sisters. Mrs. Fannie Adams ri turned from The steamship Circassia, from ScotSystem in Subscriptions." A report hear- land, bought 59 more steerage passengers diers, some crippled and some broken down Stanford Saturday. with old age. Those able to do bo work tily endorsing a Kentucky Industrial and man me I have told a one third interest in my ceruricaie allowed and on cer arCommercial Conference and promising the rival at NewjYork her captain was placed about three days in a week and the others store to Mr. A J. Fisb, and on July 1st an lay around and play cards and billiards in aid of the Slate Press thereto was adopted. under 550,000 to answer for trial. invoice will be made and the firm will be rooms like palaces, that the government has Logan were Polk Johnson and Eaimett -known as Thompson & Fish. I haye re 'even men were instantly killed and called on for speeches and responded in six badly injured by a premature explosion prepared for them with money furnished served all accounts and notes, acd deiring their Ufual pleasing manner. A rate to of dynamite at the Cambria Iron Company's partly by the eo!dier, who get no benefit to close up hit old business, I request my from it. Besides this, they have an excel- friends to advertising agents was agreed upon and a stone quarries at Birmingham, come in and arrange settlement Pennsylvalent theatre, with seating capacity of 1,000, by cash resolution adopted to accept noelectrotvpe nia. Some of the injured will or note, sj I can rquare my books. die. also furnished by the government, thus en not on a metal base. A feature of the The new firm will b headquarters fjr eveBiir.Norton is a bad man from Bitter abling the old fellows to have a glorious ry thing in n meeting was an address by Col. Henrv the goods lice. We are deter-mineCreek. With two wives in Ohio and one in good time. We were taken into the kitchand a reminiecential talk by the old Kansas, he is also an embezzler to do the largest business in the from the en, a model one for clenliness and general place and our veteran, Hon. Harry M. Watterson. A Singer Sewing Machine Company, customers may expect tho whose appearance. The eoldiers take time about complimentary excursion on the river and agent he was at Council MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. bet of everything at tho lowest prices. Grove, Kansas. cooking and from the bread which Come in invitations to the Opera Festival, presented and see us when in town, whether At Harper, Kansas, Saturday, Hon. us to taste, I the guide permitted through Mr. Dan E, O'Sullivan. of the George you wish to buy or not, and we will try acd D. Thompson shot and killed himI lmvo a Hpleiullri Hock of l las should judge that they were epicures of make it pleasant as well Commercial, were accepted and the body ad- self as profitable to and A. W. Skinner was suffocated in following ooith: first ordei. Bills of fare are furnished the journed to meet in Louisvilli again in June the you. F. L. Thompsoo. 2t giB vault of the opera-housThey and they have every delicacy they desire. Glass-- , Tiq- - and Quoous-waro- , 18SS, when every editor ought to make it a were young men of prominence, each about The Prohibitionists in Convention. soldiers is 60 and The average age of point to attend. 30 years old. The Prohibitionists met in convention at the death roll shows that at least two die a The death of William A, Wheeler at his Senator Pasco, cf Florida, was a priBush, Wood and Grass week The building is a commodious and Stanford June the 6th at 10 o'clock. Meethome at Malone, New York, Saturday, re- vate in the Confederate army and is said to handsome one and the yards lovely, with ing called to order by Dr. Bourne. Eld. Scythosand Snaths, calls the fact that he was Hayes yoke fel- be the first one tver elected to the high poa conly piece of statuary and there a J. Q. Montgomery elected Chairman who low in reaping the fruits of the Presidential sition. The republicans on not refer to here Buggy Whips, all pricos, bed of flowers of the rarest kind. It is kept made a speech giving the reasons and steal in 1870. Formerly a man of consid- him at least as a Confederate Brigadier. in fine style and the old warriors take pride crouods for the meeting. After which Dr. Picklos bulk and in boterable prominence in his party acd an acA justice of the peice in the Distr ict Doores, of Crab Orchard, was elected Secshowing strangers around. tive member of the lower House of Con- of Colombia, removed from the office by in tles, Fortress Monroe, one of the best garris- retary, and a committee was appointed gress for a number of years, the term of the President, refuses to recogniza the exBoautlful Flowor Pots oned forts in the United Statee, is indeed a rooei'ting of the following persons on resowhich he served by the meanest ecutive authority or to surrender the office thing of beauty and ajjy forever for the lutions and platform, namely. F. D. AlBaskots, fraud ever practiced on a free people, com- to bis successor. The matter well go into young ladies, who reemed never to tire of bright, Stanford precinct; J. R. Bailey, pletely killed him as a public man and be the Supreme Court oi the District. I). K.Baugh, Highland; N. Lomon and Vanlooking at the brave soldier boys, dressed Crab Orchard; dies ee Hayes must in a few years, unwept, W. Hughes, Turneraville; J. M. Holtzclaw, The whisky matters are curtailing in in handsome uniforms acd as sttaight and illa, nnhonored and unsung. view of the spread of prohibition. In the graceful as can be imigined. Cannon after Walnut Flat. No other precincts being Can-no- d represented by delegates the committee reCalifornia of Kentucky, during the past The proposition to invite the President 5th district cannon is set here and on a minute's warn-ic- e tired and brought in the following resoluseason, 75 grain distilleries were in opera Goods. to attend the encampment of the Grand 500 could be fired. Everything is in tion and platform: Whereas in the light of recent develop, Army of tho Republic at St. Lt,uis is meet tion. There are now only 20 running, with readiness for battle; scored of balls are piled T. R. WALTON. a mashing capacity per day of 3,744 bushmeats, namely the action of the democratic s ing with some opposition from the up in a few feet of each cannon and powder and republican parties in their late convenMark HuJlD.Ute of llontlccllo, Clerk. els and daily yield of 12,179 gallons of spir and sutlers who haye wormed in easy access. The fort is surrounded part- tion at Louisville, and the manifest oppo themtelvee into the organization and who its. ly by the Chesapeake Bay and parly by sition generally, u ens Become evident or Dan Fulton, recently married to the sre incensed because he had the manliness an artificial canal of about 150 feet in width plain that the only way acd means for the the honesty to veto a bill to give every housekeeper of Alexander Holmes, Hying and is approached by bridges bo arranged success of probibiiion is through functions and of party organization and work and whereof them a pension. A near Owosso, Michigan, cut his wife's head that should the enemy attempt to cross they rascally eon as we sincerely believe the prohibition of of!, stabbed her employer seven times and dirty renegade named Tuttle, an Iowan, anwould be blown to atoms by a preparation the whisky trafic as it now exista and other nounces that he will publicly insult him if then cut his own throat Saturday. The which is placed under the bridges and con- measures of the Prohibition Reform Party discovery that Holmes was too intimate among the most he is invited and attends. nected with the main building inside the are befoie our people, important measures now with the woman caused the wholesale tragis a place of particular wall by wire. It Rtsohed, that we endorse the action of We are glad to observe that the rumors, edy. to me, and but for tiring our read- the State Prohibition Convention in nomiwhich had also reached here, of CommonChambjrlain has been offered interest John nating candidates for the various offices of ers I would say much more about it. of $100,000 for the Old wealth Attorney Brcnston's Point Comfort Hotel My whole trip has been a continual sight- the State. Second, that we favor the nomiwan alleged he assaulted privileges, which consist merely of the his wife, whom it nation of such men for the various offices with a pistol, and extorted a confeion of right to construct a building upon a por- seeing and in every way a most pleasant of our county as will renounce all loyalty her infidelity, haye been investigated by tie tion of the government reservation at that one. Acd now aa my time for leaving for and Affiliation to other parties and in addigrand jury and found to be groundless. The place. A survey has b?en made, but the Kentucky is but a few hours cfJ, I look up- tion to looking after the general interest of the county, stand by the principles and ury, however, indicted Mr. Bronston for construction of the hotel has not yet be- on those who have been so kind to me and doctrines of the Prohibition Reform party so unstinted in their hospitality, and feel assaulting Jim Bryant and also for carry- gun. nntil its object are accomplished. Third, to them with a we favor the nomination of a candidate to that I shall say "good-bye- " ing concealed deadly weapons. A manifesto of the Prohibition party degree of reluctancy I had not imagined represent us in the next general assembly Connecticut is beginning to readopt her says that "no one but a determined bigot when I left my Stanford home. of Kentucky upon the prohibition princi-pie- s and ideas. Fourth, wn adopt the old blue laws. One haBjmt gone into ef- will deny that the one great issue of AmeriE. C. W. State prohibition platform. Fifth, we befect practically stopping all Sunday travel can politics is prohibition " No one but a Commissioner Davison sold yesterday lieve the platforms of the democratic acd on railway trains. No freights can run at determined bigot would make such an as70 acres of James Smith's land on Greco republican parties fail to embrace, many of whatever must move be- sertion. Prohibition is all and no trains not a great issue or River to James 8. Young for $75: half the wants of the people and issues of the present time. Thesn resolutions and plat tween of hours of 10:30 and 3 of the Sab. any other sort of an issue in politics. It interest in house occupied by John New-lan- d form were first adopted without a dissentbath day. is a moral question solely, an J those of its was sold to him for $375; 10 acres of ing vote. A motion was then made by Blaine goes availing across the briny adyecttes who expect it to accomplish any land on Dix River to George Ball at $110. Dr. Brooaugh that we reconsider the third to be absent in Europe for thing regard it in that light. deep Dr. Doores moved a reconOwensboro The number ot Mexican pension claims resouition sideration and amendment to defer the several months and give John Sherman a Messenger it is estimated will not exceed 30,000, of nomination until after we heard the two chance to warm his frozen presidential Talmage says that "the man who can which 18,000 have already been received, candidates speak in the afternoon. Dr. boom into life. Bing and won't sing should be eent to Sing 3,000 being for widows, Two thousand two Bourne moved the time In ba Saturday SrEAKlNO of his false assertions about Sing, That would be too Bevere. It is the hundred certificates have been issued. The evening next, June 11th, at 3 o'clock r. m. the State finances the Grayson Oazeile says man who can't sing and will Bing who force engaged upon the work will be in- The motion carried, Moved and carried to adjourn until June 11th at 3 o'clock sharp. that figures wont lie, but Bradley lies like should be eent to Sing Sing. Norristown creased until 200 certificates per day can be J. Q. Montgomery, Chairman. Herald. the deyil in quoting them. issued. Dr. W. M. Doouep, Secy. SIX PAGES. 3ewsppar teprejentative9 are making MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. .... o e, STANFORD, KY. Hi the closest anti-prohi- m m W O P 5 d p rt cr 0 1 t o o O PP o O i! a C p P 5 tT B - l- 4a C C ft s f A o I" e, Wat-tereo- T. R. WALTON, jitoci:it, tke A ( in t, and Extracts, and other camp-follower- Si rn i WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, wAT" WALL PAPER, i M'EOBERTS& STAGG'S w" CHALCEDONY. Agfs long since, upon tho desert waste, Wltbln the hollow rock a goni was formed' IJquid nt first, It hardened ago by nee Tlio rook, slow crumbling Into sand, the tf,m Nourished wltbln my heart, Intcnscst loio Of ouo lino nature, earnest, simple, raio drew crystalline, nnJ evermore, shall live, Outlnttlng that ioor bomo wherein It grew. -- Kmmn Pomcroy 2 v A MORMON COURTSHIP. "You nri mi obstinate, worldly minded girl. Bishop Hand has fasted and prayed for seven dnys nnd seven ntghts and tbo Lord has unto blm In seven forms; and lost night lie upprnnsl unto mo. 1 bo revelation is fully confirmed. You mutt bo waled to lbs bishop." "Ob, fathcrl 1 do not want to marry n gray haired old man, with fourllviug wives." I heard theso word nnd saw Mary Walker crouched licforo her father with her bands clascd on bis knees, as I entered tbo dimly lighted room. It was tho home of n polyg-amiin Utah. I bad boarded with tbo family three weeks and learned to regard tbo old daughter with n simple minded deep nffevtioit born of sympathy. Tbo tone of her plodding voire and sorrow ful demeanor bad pursued me liko n siocter lieforc; and when I huunl that conversation it chilled my tt r hattily aroae nnd diapeared In tbo datknom with n troubled expression nnd nit inaudible murmur. I.iko nil tbo Paint lie win cautious. He to avoid thopcnaltio of tbo lMiuuiid lnw, but gave no thought to compliance uitli iu provision, it Mary hj rang to Imt feet nml tried to bide her tear stained, sunburnt faco in tbo leceta I approached f tbe dnrk nrtalncd window. nnd it my arm around Iter. Her bend tank upon my shoulder and she roblxx, but not one utterance of complaint tnme from Imt print sealeil lip. I revolved to wve Iter from tbe impending fate nml questioned br of wbnt 1 had Mr. AValkcr bloal. tion, Mary shrank back Into the gatheilng darkness to hide tbo Mujbcsof maidenly mod-tatBhe flew to tho hotiso tbnt ovoning on tbo wings of that tumult of Joy first love that fires tbe leninlo breait but once iu n lifetime. Tin !i camo tho regulation doubts nnd midnight murmurs: Does bo loo mol doej be lov me' Henry went liom", tossed on tbo of love, nnd fretted sorely to tortuous know if Mnry was won. On the morning nf ter tbe discovery of tho plot to coerco my young friend into nn unlawful marriage, I wnlked out near tbo corral Uforo tho tun was up. Mnry soon enmo rlowlydown tlio path. Her face was clouded rind her eyes wero swimming. Slio brushed ngaintt iiietottait with nn exclamation of Furjir'R'- - I asked her again what tlio remit would to If tlio positively refused to marry tbo old bifbop. "It would lie worse than death for me. I would Ik; u beictic. I would bo excommunl-rateI would bo driven from my father's, bouse, nnd I would bo cast out from among You know not what do1 s iliosen it Is for mo to depart from my fnitb. Hut rnn I kii t w 1th Henry I Yes, It must be so. Ob, Henry, dear Henry l" Tbe jciithful lover was near. Ho beard bis name pronounced in ngonlzing accent. "Mary, wbnt is tbo trouble now I" be said, with jxuii expressed in every feature. "That ro elation; Clod bns appeared to Ilithop Dane ngnln, nnd I nm to go to tbo Endow inent row." wild Htnry, "To ! fairly tboutiug. "You thall not go." "lio iiutbiug deprate, Henry,'' was tbe calm np!y. "It is tbe will of God, you M-- u d. to-m- FHAGMENTAL SCIENCE. RrniiEB lotos It olastlclty when exposed to extromo cold, and soon becomes utirT tind bard. Ciilouidh of ilnc, when mixed with SUNSHINE AND lluppr the "IIspi y the Pri Mrld RAIN. tbe sun sblnw on; JIjI'I' the Itad tin- - rain falls on. -- Old Engllth 1'rovcrb. paper pulp in its manufacture, renders tbo paper so tough as to bo ndnptnblo to tbe malting of boots, boxos, roofing, otc. A ritvstciAK of Ilrazll stated that of potash is nn infallible nnti-dot- e for snako bites, nnd tlint It is comfor monly ltopt In tbo fnra-houso- s use. Owtvo to tho incrcasdl electrical intensity of tbo atmosphere, Which is Induced by tbo continual evolution of steam nnd smoke, electricians lestlmnto that tho danger from lightning Is from thrco to live times greater than t was fifty years ago. le ;" Vpon her wedding morning, cbnnt nnd pray'r, Tho sun tbnll shlno nnd prophesy tbe dawning Of a new life and fair, 'illdtt holy And bid bcr h"pe that It around ber gather Dark eb u! in f uturo days, That He. the Light, tho overlastlng Talker, Will guide iu all her ways. "Happy the Iiend. ' Tot, as UiograMupprlDgetli Ikneath the gi ntlc rain, Weeping ft tears to tbe tad mourner bringcth Tbo peace of Clod ngnln. ttvcnje lir dead upon ono of tbo ptrfclej. But fate bad given her more. A powder horn mid n ul t iouch had been ft lying upon ono of the nU of the boat, mid in the bottom the f omul a long, keen knife, dcubtlc-tho ono th.it the murderer of birtuUr had dropped. A ferocious delight filled her as sho enshrouded herself among the bushe?, where she could command a full view of tho flatboot, upon which tho nowly risen moon fchone brightly. It was so closo to her that tbe could bear distinctly the conversation ami oaths of tbo 1 1 A NICE HORSE STORY. f tiil know. "111 erm. ' over-Ltnn- l. she tnltl, "you know It all You nro wise and l.appv Can you help me? I nm ignorant, i keil and miserable." (sheened bitterly. 1 eoukl not reply. I issed my arm through bera and we walked it In the purr night air. We walkid onto ' little gnto ami listened for tbe footsteps of i husband Not a wonl hail been spoken ,!tT we tbe house. Heaide tbe fence waa a lump of M rvice berry buahes, under which I had Improvise)! a rustio bench and where I ' n wont to spend many happy hurled i tbo whit.- - bloom of May and dark green uvea later in tbe season. We sat down to wnit for the homo coming of my husband. idcwnlks am unknown in Order ill. Tbe opcratue t. ii.', IU lumith shop Snd ti larg resilience lou nil front on one broad tiv. t Along the rough fence on either side to well worn paths. We heard the sound of ) rt y liooti on the stony jmtli, then hoarse icea very near us nt the gnto. ' 1U Mary conarntedP we beard distinctly; has Marr contenUd to go iacAbl.v to tbi endowment and be sealed toiiwr" ".she is reluctant Iiinhop Dane," replica the familiar voice if ;tar's fntber "Him lieti-tatbut b" Utn gol n Mint to disregard e the revelation. She will gn. Johtinn, I i perfeotl) w illing to my third P It U the command of God. My daughter Is to le Milled to you nnd your daughter Is to Iw sealed to me. Powell, the stockman, asked her hnnd in mnrringo nnd Johaiut neems to lovo him, Imt in matters pertaining to tho salvation of tbe soul I rule my hmihold with a firm liand. Juliana shall Xm M'nlwl to ymi. We w ill go o or Sunday nnd hnve done with know,-- "You i.ow ill you help mef t 1 - l'-- ho-ir- have it stopped. I'll inform the olll- 's con a ry to In w. " "No," Htid tbe religious njrl, "you must not liecome a traitor nnd lietrny the sainU iuto tbe bund" of t lie enemy." I aked if tbey would in danger if married if the winta would them. "That would end all open hostiliti," said Henry, "but no magiatrato In Utah would Kjlcmiuzr tbe union without tbe ndvico and content of tbe bishop." ' Ms-- t me iieru just after mndown this d evening if ouwiUito bv legally mnik ami wife, llriug ono friend whom you can tru'1. I will atteml to all other preliminaries." This I wld and left them to deci le. Two I'.mts might hava been t n milking one co iv and at tbe tamo time earnestly plana for tbe future. An hour later Xary 'ftly entered my room ami whispered something ubub I read in mingling smiles and tai w ithout bearing a word. Tbey depended ti- - it my plan of raacne. I took i u the Bible my mother gave me. In it was my cerUflcato of marriage. With my ctrt ilk ate as n guide to form I made out a rontruct to be tigneil by Uth bride and 11 1 o ly hut-ban- . sup-j-n- e ceremonv ere turned up to mens the With irmo-ewounded fawn looks nt tho hunter vthsu tbo cruel knife slashes its throat, Mnry clutched my skirts in despair. Tlie nnli conspirntors parted Mith n solemn "(Jod blem jou, my brother " nt bu'ky voh-'Mm. Newton, what shall I ,bd Ooil l.as conmxandl tbe bishop to tako me for bis fifth wife, but I cannot love tlm tottering okl man. I lore Henry TTells, the blacksmith. I. yon think tbe salratiou of my lifode-jicn-d ujx'n my compliance with tbo levela- o Tbe trembling child leaned forward ami sahl in u Ve were alone in tire mlkl tnoonligbt. tl'Tlf 1 frnrk I bad never notlceil before. Her blind fnitb Iu tlio projibets n dextroyed n fnltb that would barelieen weet If wedded to n nnbler cause. The horror of tbe unnatural nlliance filled tbe pure benrt with fielings of n vulsion nnd thotnie love for Henry Wclli nrgued d'xertinn from the rnnk.i of slavery. "Sunday," said Mnry; "only two days. me to go. I nm too weak to resUt the power of tbo great church." 1 siiggcHtcil elopement. "No; we could not find In Utah. No on" would perfonn tho innrrlngo eeromony. Tho roying tmgcN would ns if not as jHibbcly, Mslt vengennco upon us n they did tiKm I)r llobinson nnd tho Yates brothers n few years ago. Tliey would have justiQention to plead if Henry should tako mo nw ay from bomo nnd I not bis lawful wifo." My busb'ind enmo from his work nnd wo returned to tho bouse. After bidding Mary good night I aked many quest lom conce-n-In- g tho marrlago laws of Utah nnd learned that any form of contract wm legal if mndo In writing nnd delivered In tho prcenro of two wttiiesxes, no maglstrato or clergymnn being required to ollleiate. I determined to thwart tho self! b Mormon fathers who wero (scheming to vxchango their daughters into the worst slavery on earth. Henry Wells lived with bis widowed mother in tlio lot nd joining tho Inclosura In which tbo different branches of tbe Walker family with n common bead resided. Mrs. Wells Is tho widow of n deceased Mormon bishop nnd professes tbo Mormon faith, but Bbo is opposed to polygamy nnd on that ebo is regnrded w itli cool iudlircrenco by tbo inoro renlous communicant. Mary mid Henry did the milking for their respectivo families, hs n partot tbo routlno of daily labor Now, it so happened that tho WnlkeVs and Wollscs used tlio pastures Imck of their houses as teunnU in common mid tbo cows wero brought to tbo wimo corrnl, Henry was gallant without being jiolislicd, Ho let domi tbo bgrc, drovo In tho sleek, lizy cows and by vlrtuo of sujierior strength In bis large, callouwsl fingers often finished his work lef ore Mary bnd fairly commenced hers; and then bo would movo his stool by tho tide of ber mid do her work whilo hho talked to blm. Mm y bad never known even a kindness to lighten bur labor iu all tho just J ears. Hestlng her baud on bis knoo ouo evening slio They will iMinpul I ventured fo ntwwtr tlint 1 Mioved tbe idiAp"s revelation to o nn Imjiosture. Hbe looketl up, staitleil. Iu her pyw wns n arousel Karly Sunday morning Mr. Wolkt r s loud calls wiie braiil. He had come from tlm bosom of a famHy on tomo i thcr corner of tbo Nuarc lot. "Mnry, Marj-,- " bo Mid, "get irmly. We'll I beard no reply. Nor go to church did be wait for one. Hut in liulf mi hour a carriage was at tbe gate, iu w lib h were liubop Dane .in 1 .lobaua. calls rang through tbe old log lioute "Mary. Mnry" but no cnwtr came, hho bad tied to the arms of her ttalwait husband for the pioteetion tlio required. Ilihhop I,mo i ailed about disobedient children nnd neglectful parents. Mr. Walker An hour went by. Tbo bishop's ttormid groom In which each promised to Joe, honor and oU' tiie other till mrted by death. Mary noiveil no notice of tbo near approach of her wedding to the bishop. Mor-mwi'iuen are led to tbe altar m-- burses are lwl to the market no feativities, no decora-Uon- e or bottom. All dny Saturday tbe tolled iu the onion and carrot built. Tho cool breath from tbe stmw capped Itorkie found Mary's rluthed face tlint June evening as she battened nlong the trail with arm to meet tho bridetbe milk patl on groom ut the corral. Her feet weio bore and her brown ankltM were far below her fraycl and lbiiir) skirt. A faint perfume came from the rioter tieid, the latest robin bad ceased to ting and hovered near bis mate on tho nest, and nil iiatute was nt at tbo iloto of tbo loveiy day. Tbo w extern tky was ttill rtreakcil with pink, but tbo darkness grew darker a tbe Mowers grew swei ter with tbo lwney of the dew. Henry was waiting with a fiiend who had consented to nit as witneM to the important cont i hi l ity tbe latt rays of tbe day tbe ngreemeiit was signed, witnessed md do livureil As tbey lmd chattnl as children, m tbey bad loved without knowing tbo language if loe, they were marrud in tho nnd among tbo cows. gltinming. in t I returned to tlte lioute. Mary followed after iMtrtiiig from her new hut bund, which th bind shades coneealetl from us. The milk waa in tbe ring house nnd no luspidon was br rt Hi-re- Iul dit wrathful ravings, "If the revelation cannot bo carried out to tho letter It shall lw elTectivo In no part," said tho prophet to Mr. Walker. "If I do not marry jour daughter you thall not marry my daughter ' Mr Walker, in his frantic search, culled at Oiluioiiitaoiui iKH'nmo fronted with tho mairlago contract. Ho returned to his companion In trouble, a broken hearted old man. Ho bad lo.t n chap co to secure another young wife. A few j ears ago "blood ntoncmont" would have leeii prcscrbed for mo. Tho watchfulness of United .States officers and tbo enforcement of laws restrain tbo Mormons from the public execution of tho more severe penalties formerly imposed iijiou tho enemies of the Latter lay Saints. When it was learned that Maiy was legally married all concerned acquiesced, wisely concluding that interference would bring out oidunco that would land Hoxy somti of tbe saints in tbo penitentiary. Nowton i.. Detroit 1'reo l'rusa. dlsap-ointe- tha. dir of tbo Wells house. Ho was con- Innocently said: "Your voice Is swectsi to mo than tlmcnll of tbo and it makes my heart flutter when you touch my band nnd I want to ting liko tbo lark Rings when tlio morning tun first shines upon his breast of gold." Henry paustd from bis work mid started, interpret tho natural languagoof love, as if and th'cn quickly druw tho wirpi Im.1 gii 1 to nnd planted n kUs sipiaro on tho bis breo-ba!focu liis bciforo!lio ivalized tho titua- whip-poor-wist do los Muortos I'lho Carnival of tbo Dead) is before mc It putpoits to bo published amiu-ullon tbo day of tlio dead, and to bavo ngeiiciis In tho tomb, lupuigatory, In in glory. It lecoives tubscriptlons for u centuiy in ndvnnco from tho living, ond is furnished gratis to tho dead. It Is delivered ut the bouse or at tbo tomb, ns tbo may desire. It U (Hied with tho rudest sett of caricature!) of public men, intended to ir present them ns answering tho summons to Dual judgment, or as performing tomo olllco about tho dead. A fewdoggeiel linos iu inch cm-- set forth iu a ridiculous niaunoi Hinm jwitonnl trait of tho ono rvprc rented. Tlio president of tbo republic hoods Ho is pictured as a tkull with mustbo list taches mid a imlitaiy cocked hat. Tho mem-lcr- s of histubiuct then follow; then como tho municipal nut limit lei, prominent citizens of tho capital, journalist ami others. .Many of (bo cuts arc death's beads, tombs mid funeral emblems, they am rudely executed nnd nro made to mistier for inoro than ono victim of tho journalists' ridicule. Tho whole Illustrates tlio llipivmcy of tho Mexicans, whether tho subject be gravo or gay. Hiery year such papers nro published under different titles nnl widely circulated. Kometfmcs considerable nrtisti'i skill is displayed jit fliem, but tbey nro nil equally iiruvcieut nml profane. American Magazine. A y parn-dlkotu- id sub-tciil- er Mexican Irrccrence. uowpacr entitled HI Carnival Most motnls and nlloys, ns Is well understood, shrink or contract on cooling. Hut an alloy which will. expand on cooling may bo mado of nine parts load, two parts nntlmony, nnd ono part bismuth. This alloy can bo advantageously used to till nm nil holes and defects in iron castings. A xr.w remedy for insomnia la su egos tod by a journal of medicine, in the form of n contrivance for tlio production of n softly purring or buzzing sound, which will oxt as an Interruption of the shoclc of harsher, nurrounding noisos. Tho idoa Is to occupy tho sensos with a soothing Bound to drown out othor sound and quiet the excitability of tho nerves. A jcew proocss of annealing wire consists in colling the wire upon a hollow metal Ho core or drum, embedding thowiro and core in sand or its equivalent, surrounding a central open space, subjecting tbe whole to beat with tho wire thus embedded, and then allowing the whole to cool lieforo removing tho wire from tho embedding maUiriaL Wmlo cooling, the vocl isaipped Intermittently into cooling liquid. The operation of washing out the 8 torn-ncis becoming quite common among physicians. This is accomplished by passing a rubber tube down into the stomach. To this is connected about a yard of rubber hose, in the end of which is a glass funnel. The funnel is held on a level with the breast nml tapld watr J poured slowly in until there is a sensation of fullnest, when It is lowered and tho fluid flows out as through a syphon, Tur attention of all eloctriclana it colled to tho fact that tho French Government hot offered a prize of 60,000 francs (about f 10,000) for n tchonw rendering the application of cloctriclty possible and economical at a man of bent, light, chemical action, mechanical and medical purposes. The adjudication of the price is left to the Academy of Kuciice at Paris, and correspondence from all nations is invltoM. Ax examination of acctlo- -. of dye 1 silk revenl the fuet that the coloring matter (or tho mordant) penetrates tho substance of tho silk fiber to a srreater or leas degree, according to tbo solubility of the coloring matter, tha duration of the dyeinir process and tbe temperature employed. If the silk is dye 1 only for a short time, a sectiou of tbo flbjr shows an external concentric rono of color, while if the dyeing operation is continued suMcieutly long, it is colored right to tbe center. It is well known, of course, that America has long been celebrated the worl I over as tho homo of enormous crystals, nnd tho prcdlglous specimens of apatite, beryl and other minerals have loen tbe subject of wonderment. Hut among those the i ryitals of spodumene brought to view by the' excavations in the Ktta tin mine in l'ennlngton County, I). T, aro believed to bo wlthiut a rival in respect to sua According to the report made on this subject it appears that one of these crystals is tbirtys... foot in length in a straight line, and frotn one to three feet in thickness. The cleavage is smooth and straight, but the lateral and terminal planes are as being obscure. Tun nssny of certain minerals shows some peculiar diversities. Thus gypbutn, heated by u spirit lamp and afterward by blowpipe llame, becomes white and is converted into plaster of l'aris, while water condense in the upiier portion of tho tube, riuorspnr, bcuuxl by (.pint lamp, plios. phcreccs la the dark, and dcirvpitatcs, yielding a little water sometimes. Natural alum, heated by blowpijie flume, gently at Unit, strongly afterward, mtumesees and yield much water. When strongly hcote I sulphuric acid is evolved, which reddens litmus paper. Turquols heated by spirit lamp yield water, turns black nnd someWuvellite heated by time decrepitates. blovpie llame yields w iter nn I hydrofluoric acid which corrodes the glass. A roUEioN scientific pajK-- r gives the following method of malting artificial whettiolntino of good quality is disstones: solved In its own weight of water, tho oporatlon being conducted in a dark room. per cen To the solution on.i nnd one-haor bicbromute of potash is added, whu h has been previously dissolved In a little wnter. A quantity of very lino emorj cqu.il to nine times tho weight of the gelatine, is intimately mixed with tho gelatine solution. Pulverized Hint may bo substl-tutefor emery. Tlio mass Is molded into any desired shape, and Is then consolidated bylieavy pressure. It is dried by exposure to strong sunlight for aovoral hours. In order to proborvo tho eyesight nn oculist snys that it will bo found a good plan to ceaso using tho oyes for the time being, and look away from tho work when tho sight becomes tho least painful, blurred or indistinct, and, after iorfect rest for n moment or longer, work may lie resumed, to bo discontinued as before when tbo eyes again feel fatigued. Tho light should always bo suftlciont and fall properly on tho work, It being best to have it fall from above and behind, or, falling this, it may fall from tho hide. Any artificial light for tho ovenlng is good if it is brilliant enough ana steady, but when such light is ut all painful it Is satcr to rend or write only during tho day. Heading in tho horse or steam cars requires too great au exertion of tho accommodatiio power to keep tho oyes ilxo J on tho lctto.-s-. Tho accommolatlvo power Is also too much taxed by reading wh?n lying down. A wniTim in a journal of scionco give it ns his opinion that tho common form of baldness Is diu entirely to tlio kind of hat that Is worn, principally to tho high lint nnd tho hard felt bat, but also to unv other that constricts the bloo I To vessels winch nourish tlio Inir-bulbhavo a clearer understanding of this we must remember that tho scalp issuppliel with blood by nrtorios nt tho back, sides, and front of, nnd lying closo to, tho skull, which diminish in sUo bj frequent branching as they convorgo toward tho top of tho head. They aro in a most favorable position to bo comprojscd, lying on unyielding bono and covered by thin tissue. Consider wlmt effect must bo produced by a heavy and rigid hat; its pressure must lessen to n cortaln extent the flow of nrtorinl blood, nnd obstruct to a greater extent tho return of the venous; tho result being a sluggish circulation in tho capil-lano- s nroun tbo hair rolllclos and bulbs, u consequent Impairment of nutrition, nnd This prossuro is not trivial Hnal atrophy or Imaginary, ns any ono will admit who hns noticed the red band of congestion on the forehead whou u hard hat is removed uftor mod era to exercise. h ed lf d lietul-covcrln- g s, closo-linin1 ufttisslns. They htd found loth the money and the whisky nnd wero sharing both. After a timo ono of tbo men camo out on the sleep that hath no waking And as thev tbo deck, looked around for tbe boat, nnd, (Our loved ines tLnt bavo bcen missing It, sworo roundly nnd luridly nbout Tbo ttars that sale our weary hearts from breaktho carelessness of tho man who had so badly ing secured it that it got away. Hefoio ho had Shall kiep their mem'ry green. timo to exhaust tho subject the crack of n Bo, on tbe Pride who goeth forth In splendor riflo sounded among tho bushes on shore, and Tlie sun its rays thall shed; ho plunged forward, head foremost into tho Hut oh' noil rain, so pitiful, to tender, wnter. l'all tl.ou uiku tbe ileadl -- Catholic World. Mai'3' quickly reloaded the gun nnd mndo ready for n second victim, who was not slow in presenting himself. OHIO IUVER PIRATES. Price, tho leader of tho gang of outlaws, stepped out of tho doorway with tbo demand, "What's the matterl" having beard tho rollA of craft tlint was In tbo early ing volume of his subordinate's profanity, Missis-tlpdays quite common on tho Ohio nnd mid tho gun cracked again. rivers, but that bos now passed awny With a howl of pain tbe pirato fell back forever, was tbo Hat boat store. In its best Into the doorway. Tho bullet had gono character it was n great convenience to set- through both eyes and tho biidge of bis nose, tlers along the banks, to w horn its supply of blinding him completely and inflicting exmiscellaneous goods was of tbe utmost imcruciating toituro, yet not Inflicting an importance while in ita worst which was, mediately fatal Injury. most frequent it wns nn indisThe two remaining villains, now thoroughly pensable adjunct to tbe rougher life of border nlarmed, became frantically anxious to eseapo civilization Generally thete boats started from the boat, where tbey tbnt they from Pittsburg or Wheeling, and simply wero destined to become targets for the undrifted with tho current down to New Or- erring aim of some unknown and m.storious leans, n journey In which as much as eightmarksman on shore. een month!; or two years were frequently conOno of them endeavored to crawl to the sumed. hawser holding the flat boat, intending to cut 8amu Canfkld. of Wheellnp, waa an In- it and Ut her swing out with tbe current dustrious snlier and doubtle- paably hon- away fi :u l.er dangerous proximity to the est fellow . who did a general trading busi- shore, but Ufoie be could do so a bullet ness, and though be told a good deal of pierced hit lungs nml n torrent of blood wellwhisky, h only vi nded tbe tturT In jugs nnd ing up in Ids throat suffocated him iKJttlee, olxtinately refusing to turn his boot Iho last of tho gang, completely tcrrjr into a liar stricken, pkiigod overboard with the purHis elder daughter, Mnry, wis a large-pose of sw miming to tho furtbernleof tbe fine looking resolute gill, nbout IS years old; river. The current was strong and he batbis youngest, n smart little maid of nine tled against it with diflloulty. He wasalmct who hud been born on the boat. He bad exhausted when, chancing to look behind bnd n son two years younger than Mary, but him, be beheld a sight that seemed to paratbe lad d.ed of a fe-- . cr caught from the mias- lyze bun Gaining swiftly upon bun was a matic cxh.uuti ins of the Mississippi, nnd was light skill", with the tail figure of a woman burled under n spreading sycamore treo clad iu white and looking to bim like a some v. Iu n-- .. ,iv Memphis. After tho boy ghost, no doubt, standing upright in it ami died Mr. CmfkM bnd nn nsti-tanamed I addling skillfully in bis direction. As she Slacker, wLo traveled with 1dm for two neared bun he saw tliat tho carried a gleamjourneys, but Slacker was offensively per- ing knife in l:'-- teeth. Not a uoid woj Jutterud, it her by i 'iisuer tinacious in bis advnncrs to Mary when be wns drunk, and was almost always drunk, or pursued. he was discharged, and thenceforth the boat Again and again he dived to evade her, but was mair ' exclusively by the Cantleld each time, when he was forced to tbe surface family to breathe, tbe was nearer bim. Ilk strength was failing him, his sight growing dim, and On the r..'ght of the 23d of June, 1SS9. tor was moored to n stout tree on tbe lie no longer knew in w hat dneciio.i he was swimming. rlvei Imi. . in Harrison' bend, some seventeen milis llow Marietta. Tho bnwr At length he came up so clote to ber tbnt by wbiili ibe was held had been paid out slio dealt a swinging blow rtlth tbo knife at nearly a huiiuiol feet and ber big steering his head and cut a gash to the skull clear oar wot m.id fnt in such w lse u- - to keep ber across bis forehead, Tho blood poured in a ourront fully fifty feet from shore, tlint pre- torrent o er his eyes. He shrieked in mortal fright, an throwing out a hand blindly caution being taken to prevent unwelcome clutched the side of tho skiff As bo did so visitors ttej p.ng aboard easily. Tbey would have felt less recure, and would the l.uife descended upon his fingers, not have mado fa5t for fear of a rising them. Exhausted, rapidly grow ni famt with tbo loss of blood, be ilouu-deie- d fog in tin early evening, bad tbey suspected that they bad liccn mnrked for tbe about vainly shrieking for mercy, while prey of a gang of river pirates, headed by Mary kept near him, at every opportunity tho notorious desperado, llanso Price; that tho tunning him w itb her cruel big kmfo It was poisoning of the dog was tbe first step of tbo but a littlo timo that tho struggle continued, gong toward an attack upon them, nnd that until w ith a bubbling cry be sank mid disappeared foiever. Price, with three comrades, had been skulkMany knew that tbero wcie but four of tbo ing after them in a small boot cversineo they left Marle'ta, looking for nn oppoitunity to gang, and lellevingthat the bad now disposed of them all, quickly paddled directly to the pounco upon them unaware?. flat boat, but as sho ncarcd it tho sound of That opportunity presented itself this evening. About 11 o'clock tho pirates noiselessly loud gi i urns reached her cars and uwoko iu ran alongside the ttoro boat, made fast to her, lierahope that pei haps ono nt least of Lcr clambered aboard nnd mado a dash into tbo parents might still bo nlivennd capable of store, the door of which bad, unfortunately, being sai ed. But the hope was short lived. As she stepped into tho stoie door tbo light liccn lef t oj en for air, the night being very of the lamp fell upon the bodies of her father warm. Mr. Cinfk-ld- . springing from his lied to re- lying dead where sbo had seen blm fall, and pel the im nders, wns shot down before he ber mother with her skull cleft in twain. The gioans were emitted by tho pirate, could grasp a weapon, and bis wife's skull was split oppn bv.i blow with a hatchet. The Ranse Price, who sat iqioii the floor, himself to and fro, with his bands clasped turprise bad leen complete. Mary an her sister occupied a small room over the ihtless sockets of lib; eyes, mingling liehiud tbe store and not connected with it, bisinaiticulato expression of ngony with th tbo only ontranco to which was n door at the exclamation: "I'm blind! Oh, God I I'm blind!" back of the irregular house structure. Hefore Mary stood ttill, looking nt him for some tho pirates got around to that door the girls moments. He heard her cross the floor bail lenjKHl fiom their bed, nid seeing through chm'cs in the wall, by tl.o light of toward him. nnd ho called out: "Is that jou, Hill Danl I thought you'd tbo swinging lamp In tlio stoic, tho murder of their parents, tougjit to make their eseapo nil gono mid left me. Say, who are you I A voice, clear and pitiless, replied to blm: by plunging into the rivor. "I am the daughter of the man end woman Mnry ha I already disappeared in tho water and Julia stood hesitating, when ono of tho you and jour gang butchered, tbo sister of bandits rushed around tho corner of tho houso the child one of you murdered. I bavo killed and knocked her senseless with a blow of his all of your companions, nnd now I come to gunstoek. Another of tho assassins camo kill you " "1 didn't "Mercy' mercy p ho shrieked nrouud tlio corner at tlio moment. "Lend me j our knife to cut ber throat," de- put a finger on them. It wasn't nn' Tbo other fellows did itl Spare me' For God's manded the first, bending over tho unconsake' spare me! Send me to jail if you will, scious child, "Pvo dropped mine," "Hain't got none," replied the other. "Sock but don't kill mo! See, I'm blindl I caii't help myself' You wouldn't kill a fellow In her into the wnter. Tbnt will do as well." The first tpeaker deliberately picked up tbo this fix, would you!" "Yes," replied tho giil, dashing him uiross poor little gill by one ankle nnd lowered her head foremost into tho w ater at tho side of tho tho face with tho knife. Ho sci earned and boat. He helil her there for several minutes tried to crawl away, nt the samo time trying to make suro that tho was quite dead, and to cover his face. Again and again she slashed him. then let her tlldo into tho stream, which He rose to his feet in desperation and made quickly swallow ed her up. Meanwhile his a rush in the direction where he beard btr comrade sought for Mary. hoarse breathing. Easily she evaded bim. "Have you seen tho oldest girl!" ho asked. mid throwing a stool before him caused bim "Yes," leplied tbe ono engaged in drowning Julia, "sho went ovei board, and I guess to stumble and fall headlong. Then she followed him up and slashed him again and sho is drowned " again. "Wo ought to make suro of that." They peered over tho water and listened At any moment tho might havo dealt Lini ono thrust that might bavo killed him insharply for a splash, but nil wns silent. Suddenly nn exultant yell, nttered by tbo plraUs stantly, but, instead, tho preferred to prolong In tbe store, caused them to hasten inside to his torture. The sight of her slaughtered see what had been discovered. parents nwoko In her a ferocity that killing 's Either whisky or bis gold hod been discovered, only would not satisfy. Tho end camo in quite nn unexpected wny. and tbey knew that their interests demanded Price, in groping about tho floor trying to their presence in either case. As they darted Into tho store tho pale face reach tho door, laid his hand upon a pistol of n girl raised itself nt the stern of the boat, tbnt had been dropped by somebody, and, nnd whilo sin held to the deck with one hand, with a snai liko a beast at bay, cocked it and with tho other sho brushed back her wet hair poied himself, listening and waiting forsomo and dashed tho water out of her eyes. Sho sound or movement to betray tho wherehad been hiding leiieatli the ovei lunging nt abouts of tho girl, that ho might fire at her. For full a mlnuto Mary stood as motionthe ftcrn, nnd only with grent difficulty keepless as a statue, holding her breath. ing herself from being swept by thecurrent with the lesolutiuuof absolute despair, out into tho open water, where tbo murdciers tho pirato clapped tho muzv.lo of the pistol would bavo seen her. against his owu brow, pulled tbe trigger and Tho gun with which her littlo tiiter bad blew out bLs brains. been struck down bnd been laid on tho deck Mary cut the hawser and let tho boat drift by tho murderer whilo ho drowned the child, down with tho current to tho uextriuTtown, and was forgotten by him when bo ran inwhero the ran iu ngalnst tlio bank and soon side. It was within her reach. She grasped It, nnd holding it with bor lettli, used her had made known to tho first persons who camo nljoard tho story of tho hideous massahands In claw ing ber way nlory; tho tide forward, against tbo cm rent, to where tho cre of her family nnd her complete vengeance upon tbo assassins. pirato's boat floated. Sho was glorified as n heroine, ns tho i rchly It was but the woik of n moment for her to loose tbo painter by w htch tlio skiff was fastdeserved to be, nnd in duo course of timo married a well known river man named ened, put the gun into tho lioat, nnd then, with the i oiseless, easy motion of a practical Hiram Arnold, mate of tlio sternw bel steam-lioFniry Belle, who was wont to atllrm swimmer, slio struck out for tbo shore, taking the boat with her. that she had "more pluck than n ton of wildSbo reached tho bank at n point where cats." Cincinnati Euquirnr. foliago afforded n thick shade, and put her hand into tliolxxit todraw out tho gun, when Not to Hurt. ihomndo a discovery tbnt swelled ber heart Said tk editor of The Hatesvillo (Ark.) with thankfulness. When tho captured tho Guard tho Othir day: "Maj, Perkins lias tho fun sho IjiI only lioiod to havo ono shot with thuuki of the editor for n jwir of brcoclui 'ho load th did not doubt it contained to which bale aot been worn to hint." 1 , sum-mors, nt r 1 Can-field- 's 1 1 Can-fleld1 Sud-dcid- v, at n One. On Mndison street one day I paused to pr.t the note of a beautiful hors which stood by tbo curb and commiserate bis misfortune, for this beautiful animal, though sleek of coat and shapely in body and limb, was apparently suffering most excruciating torturo. His head had Ik en checked inhumanely high, and tho cruel bit, drawing tightly in his mouth, disfigured nn animal faco of unusual charm and intelligence. I was just fancying that tho horse had begun to understand and npprecl-at- e my words of sympathy when tho lady who sat in the enrriago holding tho reins fumbled in ber pocket, produced a lump of white sugar and asked me to givo it to tho horse. "He is very fond of sugar." sho explained, "and I have quite won bis heart by feeding it to him. I always carry sugar in my pocket while out driving,and give him n lump nt every opportunity. I never knew a horso to bo so fond of sugar. Will you plensc give bim an- It Cm rles Mot Excellent Its Own ?rornl, Which Is other lumpP "Certainly," I replied; "1 tee that you aro quite as fond of tbe horse as ho is of sweets." "Yes, I think everything of him." "Then why do you torture bim!" "Tortuio my Prince!" "Yes, that is just what you aro doing. Do you know that tho poor nnimal suffers ngony because Ins head is checked so unnaturally high' His neck is drawn out straight, producing a most ungraceful nngle, ho holds his head awkwardly, tbe bit is hurting his mouth, and that graceful curvnturo of neck and carriage of head which are in his nature nro now entirely let Why do you check him so high P She didn't know. Shewn not aware that high chocking was n source of pain to horse?, nor that it destroyed their natural beauty. She was amazed at the discovery. "May I trouble you to unloosen his check!'' she asked. When the strap was unsnapped tho horso immediately lowered his bend, straightened tbe cramps out of his handsome neck, shook himself to mako suro that he had actually been relnr-e-d from bondage, and then looked round with such a grateful, delighted expression in his intelligent eyes that his mistress declared no more checking straps should le used upon blm. Chicago Herald. A gentleman who returned recently from Atpinwall tells the following cui ions story of tbe manner in which the nnthes of tho in- C!eir Trick of I'uiiiunn Hunters. terior of tbe Isthmus rf Panama capture monkeys: "Almost all the pet monkeys in this country," said he, "come from Oorgonn, a small village half way on the line of tlio Panama rnflioad. Tbo inhabitants me mostly natlvo negroes for no white man could livo in tho village a month unlets Le drank whisky nnd took quiniuo constantly. Tho surrounding countiT it swampy nnd covered with a dcuso ma's of luxuriant vegetation. At nightfall a thick miatmn rises from the ground and hangs over tho forests liko a cloud. This place is the monkeys' paradise. They travel through the forests In troops--, going w hcrovcr tbe king monkey leads. AVhen tlo natives have lieen apprised of the presence of a troop tbey go about warily to capture them. Their plan is u simple one. A holo is cut In the shell of a cocoanut just large enough to admit n monkey's unclosed paw. The cocoanut is tcoored out and n lump of sugar placed in tho hollow. A string is then attached to this novel trap and the negroes conceal themselves until the monkeys past, by. "Curiosity is one of tbo chief characteristics of tbeso little creatures, and when they espy the cocoanut lying upon tbo ground they come down from tbe trees ond proceed to Inspect it carefully. The lump of sugar does not long cscaiio their notice nnd ono of them thrusts a paw through the npertuio to grasp It. With tho lump of sugar clasped in his hand, ho finds It impossible to withdraw it, nor will his greedy nature allow him to nban-do- n bis prize. Tho negroes have no difficulty In drawing him nearer and nearer to their ambush, the whole troupo scampering madly nbout him, chattering nnd gesticulating as only monkeys can. AVhen they havo arrived within easy reach, n largo net Is thrown out nnd they aro mado prisoner?. Twenty or thirty are often cnptuicd nt ouo haul. Tho natives sell them to tho employes of tho Panama railroad, who in turn dispose of them in tbe American market." Chicago Tribune. Pacts Concerning Vaccination. In 1SS3 a commission was nppointed iu Germany to consider and rejwrt on tho advantages and disadvantages of vnccirntion, nnd tho following are among tho conclusions just repoi ted; Tho length of timo for which vncci-natio- n protects against smallpox varies greatly In different persons, but In the mean It Is ID yeais. Revaccinntion is necessary 10 years after the primary oiiei ution. Two w marked vesicles nro necessary to insure a successful protective vaccination. Tlieie is no evidence ns to nny increasing sj ecial disease, or of general mortality, which can bo considered as duo to (be introduction of vaccination. The use f nnlnnl vaccine is preferable. Vaccination should not be performed while seurkt feier, measles, diphtheria, whooping cough, typhus or erj sipelos nre epidemic or unusually prevalent in the neighborhood. Infants should not be vaccinated before they are three months old unless smallpoi is prevalent in the vicinity. The greatest caro as to cleanliness and disinfection of tbe instruments used for vaccination should be Insisted on. Boston Hei aid. Nothing Itut the Catch Words. "How to save time," snys The Atlantic editor iu his delicious Contributors' Club, and bo suggests a number of capital ways. If they would all boil down as judiciously as The Atlantic compels its writers, that would do. He suggests leaving out all but tbe catch words, as if I should say, "Fritz barn eggs pies;" which would mean: "Fritz, go to tho barn, mid gather for your mother eggg enough to make a batch of pumpkin pies." The Idea is good. Let us imagine a political sjieeck of this sort: "Peoplo votes plunder rich letire;" or a physiological lecture thus: "Pics Indigestion pills piles cauterization;" or a sermon after this manner: "Potatoes AVidow Jones die heaven." I am inclined to think there is danger that our children will by and by bo born unable to ci talk in any other manner. Cor. Globe-Iiemo- nt. Not Too Old to I. earn. The News, of Neogn, Ills., published tho fnc similo of a letter written to its editor by Mrs. Susan Johnson, of that ton n, w ho will bo 70 years old in Juno, who never went to school in her life, nnd w ho first began to learn to write three months ngo. Tho writing Id very plain, nnd better than that of tho majority of women of her ago; tho spelling U correct, and tho only notlcenblo errors nro In capitalization and punctuation. An Unkind Cut. Mrs. James Brown Potter gets tbo most unkiudest cut of all from Mr. Bancroft, tho owner of tho London theatre where sho la playing, who rays: "If I had known what I now know, I would havo tout her Into the country and had her play three mouths as Miss Jenkins until shu hud worn off her uigului Ities." Frank LclioV I StmMfflceMn Stanford, Ky Ini criorlounrai June 7. 1887 ICI Iffi UUHL. Always on hand soil ready JCL.IUU Pflnl fr delivery. (Ilvn me u rial. (17 1m) POPLAR LOGS WANTED I want to contract for 60 car-loaof Poplar Logs to bo strictly Logs for Imrucdlato shipment No. 1, Yellow 1'oplar, Irro ol shake, date, large or unsound knots, to bo cut 0 feet long, 13 to 3D inches diameter and loaded on cars. I will re. coIto bids tor fi or tuoro car-loaat a placo to be measured and paid for When loaded. In making I Ids p'raso say bow toon logs can bo delivered, twill receive lors at any station on Knoxvllle Address, liranch of L. A N. ,1. C. S1XK, Stanford, Ky. T. L. MILLION, ltowlsnd. SALESMEN WANTED To solicit orJcrs for our rclla'de Nurrery (loodsnl.iry nnd oxpenses or Commission. Perma-rie- ! 8lok. nt W. P. WALTON. publications Liberal tetiiia and exclusive territory given. Teachers, students and otbera. desiring Immanent employment abouKl addre a nt once K. ADAMS .6 Co., 11 Palace Hotel KulMIng, Cincinnati, O 221 Health & I s--ll vassing for ottr new sitJU Unl energetic am! popular person can- employment guarauUvd. Address nt oihx, stating age. HXKI.l, As IIO W1,A A It. 7 .'iii. Nurserymen, rt. lxinls, Mo. "5sx ISA 7 "MKSmr. iSSSbgiw "" SIX PAGES. I Pleasure tai at Alum Springs Jersey Brooders' Sale AT LEXINGTON, KY., JUNE 1 My fine lal'ion, Wrtrh will mike the trv in ol at my (dare, known as the Juhn l.inyd Tburman larm. I'.inllen from Khrlby i,iy, in, I tietween tlm Manford A Danvlllu and tranvlile A WELCH. Iiusioavlllii Turnpikes at s iw'l'lf Wowpcrt Nows li Mississippi Valloy Co. DY DAYLIGHT DENTIST, $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT FINEST SUMMER CLIMATE IN AMEBICA. JtTontuolcy no IIEA.3 Wtuntorrt. Jourial. Money due when colt Is foaled or luaro part- Obienstlon Csrc from Ksnanha Falls to Charlottes-tilli:JTH, 1SS7. d with. Mr. Pleasant, Hahlan Co., May 20. -- MOXDAT, BrssMait to Supper) Irom April 1st to Oecrm HIGH BRED COWS & HEIFERS WeLli Is 10 bai-dhigh and was si rid by William Welch, Ham Oay, br Prank Wolfurd, ber tit. I Mntjou letter from Barbonrville, the This li one ot lliemost delightful and deserved-l- r sire of Coukoo, record 2.29, Second dam by Jo papular summer resorts In America. Five A. J. C. C. Jerseys, from the herds of ONLY S0LI0 TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS ceM, btieineJH like kinds ol medical waters, ol unexcelled curatl ve counlv ei.it of Knox, Mloner, U dam by aOraylCsglu horse. He baa i s- - several colts that are of flue, ickk lire and style or six hundred inhabitant?. powers. For circular giving terms, etc , address Urrnofiire W.J Chlnn, Win. Cralk and (ten. P. W. Har- Ho breeds Urge and Is a sure foal 11 0 II A Kit. li. 11.Alum Springs, Ky. teller, and Is Lsulsrlllo, Cincinnati, and Lsxlngt:a, t: din, l'rank tort. Col. W. C. (loodloe, J. S. Sloll, of Wbilet there 1 made irquiry of a mm who kind disposition, A Isdv drive J.O Klnnalrd. LM, Land, J. H. WalUce, Judgo safety. Ho was never handled can day for lilui In a speed Mulligan, Ixlnton; K. K. Sparks, NIcholASTllle; waa my art teacher when I wan a hat' W. A. buddoth, Flvmlngsburg, J.C. Skerloy and but shows good tiotllng actlou. goon licenced to preach grown boy, who wae J, L. HhalUross, Anchorage; J. A Mlddleton and Iter. S. U. Neel, MielbyTllle: Iter. Win. Irtlne, At the same place and on th same terms and made a supply to the church at that W. L. OOie on Lancaster street, next door to I ism-ato- a Chrlstlansburgh:ciutity. Cratib, Eminence; J. II. I will atM stand my Jack, WII.I 1AM lALh, at plaCfj Icjuld learn nothing of him. Ills s.S. Hi'lsaj3.year.fild,black,H omre. Office hours from S to 12 a Oet, Campbell brewling hands high an I Journal Th herds contain ii, and 1 to 6 r. x. Anesthetics administered whr Cc most strictly strains, St. Lambert, tit. blixkl ol basalredby I.yle'i Impsirted Jsix, and out of a noted Heller, good J winer. sime was. Travis. That mtrno and the .J neoeasary. Signal, Corumassle, Welcome and othns of pror-e- n name of tho towo bad been fo long awociit UEOlHiR 11. KSG1jK.1I AX. worth Catakjues, which will soon be ready, may ted In my mind that it was with naduess I Connects In isms depot In Wsihlngton tor be had of J H. hTOLL, President, Lexington, fonnd the one and filled to find the other. or J. II. (JEST, Secretary, Cincinnati. Tin: pan( v saI)HI.i:stai.i ms, BALTIMORE, Sale at Ilrasrteld's Hone t'xchanje, Col. It E How the boyhood memories cling to ml PHILADELPHIA, Eohomson, Auctioneer. NEW YORK. How 1 would like to know what hai beDirect route to come of my gifted, drange friend! Before LYNCHBURG, leavine Barbouryille I met Kev. Hank?, DANVILLE, (xaldrd Mar I. !" Is a rich nnhogony bv And alt points In Lawyer Bla"k and Mr. T. J. Pitleer. From Will make tho preent season at my stable one n1 , hn M l)ls3. heavy mine and tale, la atrl'tly VIRCINIA nncl NORTH CAROLINA. that town to tbis, a distance of 19 ruile, fiin and tarn r, la .lit a lutiral and p rwvint sadmile from Man lord oh the Stanford and llustou-villdler, bnvils fancy, aud uurii mill inn brrsler uf Turnpike the road rnn with the river. Work en tho sadltirscannoi I iitund He Is hUli-t.il- l it -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON on both siJm tulhe ihirt KPiiersllon, ii karknl At $10 to IiiHiircu LtiltiK Colt. upby tliiruuh-brsdsoiriilroid V7ua bainii done nil the vr.tv to i liotn sides, making lilui K. f" Pineville, distant sixteen miles. I n.w Nst l Owlly gall, In l.irm and i Heis I years old, 16 hands high, a besutlfut ma- - serv active and sprightly n ,. r.rrut i mr 1, 'a" hnlsh a pertet mdrl. lie p. Fun. sired by the noble hogony bay, with fine mane and tail and a perlett gome onvicts at work. They wore the Peiimark, h J.y .iddanl's Denmark, model and a natural siddle borw. Sired by Hubble's Denmark, known as On Time. he by (ialnts A CromwrJI's lemnark, h by (hi a'.ripei", the brand of wrong (Joins;, and in h. r IMiiuhiL, he by Imported Hedefurd ... I.se Lou'tvi i I'irstdaiii, Mollln Mouuts, by Cabbie's 4xlnton, ra their toil thev were eilentlv preaching, U no p M a aa second dam by Young America, be Hy Taylor's Ills 1st dam was slrol by Mr Wallace, he by 1 Arr U iintoB --- Wallarr he by tr All.ert Mhnrnugh-brriMesteuger, third dam by Miller's iHutiiark which While "ulrw it AS si'e flsj a m "the way of the transgressor in hard." The swond dani I y Irrlnlus idaui ol Vlrnlnlut " Cearloltavllle(Vrsun.i Jl Juan) ft Iw pw 11 M a w gives him a double cross of the best saddle atotk he bv the elehrati in the world fourth dam by John Blunt, one uf by Trant t thor.'Ugti-bre.l- i sight was almost enough to move tho THE PORTMAN "Klhmool ll'.pm S OIt p m HOUSE BARBER SHOP, I IS a lu " Newra-- i Wew t n in the tit race horstsofhlsday, 'iiih dam by Waiy Ma.. aWnip, J dam a VMnii mare Will make the sews in nf)M7 at my fm, stoutest heart to pity. The valley of tho ... II 11m , Old Msi Ciiwleri miles irum lltisti tivi'le, near Carpenter's station, " .NerMk Will also stand at the same place my fine Jaik. It l p hi W p m Cumberland is a ve,y fertile district. The and will l.e pvrtuittel lo serve marts a' IH jknse j. Tiioiirsos, l'ltop'n. t: p iu mpsi Wsshinta II IS I'll It fft pm Halllmwr timber i of better variety and quality, and T f " Ptilla ! Iphn $10 the Ncnoii or SIIODib BarWoikuunein the latest Styl.', with neatness I haTe secured the serrlcea of a t much of it it being put into the nnrket. and dispatch, Lades' and Children's work ' Sew Vo njnam S M a iu Living Coll. ber, and propose to turn out work dine up only ,lf $tO to Iiimirr'it l.hltiu Colt. Mun-ehighest Style of the Tonsoriil Art. My In the due at weaning time or when mare Is urtrd Flat Lick, a little town of about an hunshop Is - ntrally located, uext door to Wearen's with. He is a brown Jsrk with white points, 5 Marrs riiuinil'tvl tu it i are anil breeding will f at I'nrTb kt, pristinal alliiitiun raa lurui.hnl at Til Lrl lb v' Kates I' wiitsttofl, elr , ayfly dred iuhabitsnte, h midway between Bir tlx the "bangs' yeartold In June, full l' bands high, lie was sir A Mcnef.e's. I am prepared t ! t' s reasonanle ratee, to tx .il.l for llore the remuva-oluiaot young ladles in a manner truly enticing. A d by Ailln's King William and he by King Philw.r2d hii I' h.h' rri.i.i'.u. ' .. . bourville and Pmeville I ppnt Tussday So rrspunsl'.lllty fi.r ait Units or j lip; first dun Illaek 5alln Jennt, shell sired by call fromtioth the ladles and gntleinea of StanV . At iarllim will, marrt In (nils the lasuraue ford and the public generally t Terr rwpeet fully King Pbtlllp; second dam by Morrrastle ard he by night near the latter place at Mr. James ' .le Ky. in 11 II. J, lklMi. II- - t solicited. Jim Porjr This jaik has proved hlmselt tot a J. STEELE OAHPENTEK. Gibson'. The family are relatives of Miss t.ne breeder ctral uf his ct.lu last season at weanliig time brought one hundml dollar. tisKliaOi!bMliaaH!nS9n BqK Mary McAfee and gave me kindest enter hIH J. ;. A' i;. Htanf..r I. Kr tainment. I found much better roidri be (JUISVIttt NtVAtBA1TaCHICAC0Rr,,- -! tween that place and this. Too extension ! Is by rn.sin from Pmeville has not been of the nilroad in: h,t,) l.y Mrinl.rloe Chief. by Mimlrliio Paynailrr. dsm the dam of Oollah, located. It may come to this place. It Nu. His aotiB sirrd 22 and kis dtuhtrs are tbe ARBUCKLES1 COFFEE WRAPPERS, ) 2 'i alerllul " A. T 'P. LKAVISt. nCTUdsms of li In the 2 Sv I. si. will stand will be a mighty egency in the material dehricaaon ia hlf brother t l.rir. lewd at The Kubo, the fa nous Do'k eduJLOt'ISVILLK A CIXC3XXATI, erA Son, the pupulir an re'lab at :i fo.ir year old aa velopments of this county, aleo in the lu lloIrt Huntier ii r e' i Prrrviiurr, Sl.000.00 Ini lb aeiortlouu celebrated Cloujh .. Warren, an i the Jv'i cation and elevation of the people. From Dally, secures to traTelers 2 Premiumi, S500.00 each lsttlsiu by Hodno, by old pilot, alreot Pllet, Jr.. Church A Co.'s Two miles from Lan arter, ai th Stanford pike at (I2ln2 illt ) Pilot sir! thedaiasnf Jay l.ye S250 00 " 6 Premium., London to this place, 73 miles, excepting 2 in. Maid M 2 'i, Nutwwl : !(.;, n, ;i SI00.00 '" Fromlumi, '5 li- -t two in Barbourville, I noticed but two or 03FLCS-L3Sr- S Meuibnioi hlef lrel tuy Thorn in Hie 2 HOST RAPID SERVICE TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON lis',, '" oid 'nd Memlirlou ill1., Jsrlgcwll G50.00 100 Pr.miumt, of them I sup three churches, and eorae 1;:-'.,- , Any onedeslrln; an olejant and durable in t Hik's U auburn) (.hlef 2.. S. iUy lleerr S20.00 " 200 Prtmlunu, steal instrument will do well to examlno oar With privilege of return In ISM, or JM insurance. 2 21 , Menbrtno Hlar 2.2s1,, Maaibrlne Pilot poBed to be churches on account of their Erer attempted between the great commercial cit" SIO.OO 1,000 Premiums, 2 27, .ittrlh eiarl.K1,. prices before purchasing. Wears agents for the being in grave yards. School houeen are ies on the OhliRlrer and Ihlcitfjn, and bence well'known John Church A Cj , and wilt warArthur Sims Isby (ien. Knox, tlO. he by VerKririmn, Jr , U a soil I blsci. 1C hands hi.-h-. . w, . . r ,r u ' I t a nn t 'i ir. the tutest time and most comfortable trains be , Hero, Ae. Arthur, ty and weighs I, '2ikj lbs. He Is a horse that rrcoin our Pianos for Organs r tiii i a r- cot much more numerous. I learn that in twren all points in the.S'oi(i, or to the Went rantfire yeara The seren year-- and our Cloug h mont Chief, byIlls dsm was liourbon Mambrlno Chief, by Mambrlnn mends hliucejf evesi if ho bad im 1'Uno and the for dUrre. but and XortInrest. The counterpart of this train A. Warreu Urgtn areKterettbest and most the reliable Paymsster,Ae. Arthur Sims is a bay, 1V hands, poaseeslog the blood that he dots should make him this county, Harlan, there is not a church en all trunk lines-Idenominated The Mmlt-ci- l Instruments manufacture. Our Instruments smail blaze, right bind loot while, fale.l la ISii. ooeofthM grandest stalltena la Kentucky y Rxvremt. The superb rolllni stock wo house belonging to any religious denominacan be seen at the postolfire In Stanford, where He Is a handsomely flnlshei colt and bred to stay, leo will N) gires patrons Citlllllitril Comfort. llehasbevn handled a little and promises well. Hlcbards BJTAt all Coupon Ticket Offices in the South Mtss l'.osn who haye will state prices, etc. tion. He combines the strains of the handsome Blsck purchased thes Instruments Persons find and There are n few houses used for cburchea yon willget our time tabletstick tickets, hay Jlo-lio- If will testify to their durability and elegant flulih Hawk and stout Mambrlno Cblel families, and Is a $15 TO 1NSUI.E A MA hi: IX roil. to Motion, Moiton and desirable stock horse, and on bis sire's side tracrs We will be glad to serre the public, and guaran you want to jjtb money and hare a pleasant Jourwhich belong to individuals and communitwice to Imp. Messenger and twice on his dam's Parting with or moving inireoul ol tbe crlgh' tee satisfaction. E.O.MrCOKMICK, side. echool-hone- es hoibood renders Hioney due. Elder W, L. Williams, of Hustonrllle. also repare eo used. ney. ties, and some General Passenger Agent. Chicago. Mares kept In auy mincer desired, at owner's I dcrslrc to twtnljllrili njfcu-cIc- h resents the John Church A Co., and will bo pleasWill also stand City Ticket and Where this date of things exists we may E. A. Bccknkr, Z27Agents Are., Officers: risk. r. .1.Lancaster, Ky. Kl.tilX. tlic HtaCc 4th Louisville, Ey. ed to serve his friends S. 11. & I,. J. COOK, Agents. 123 Vine St., Cincinnati, O naturally expect to bear of lawlessness and I. M: Tosbb-nck- , the MY P1.K JACK, Mti:i,IIOY, OIlio, f rI t'e' ta.c ( f mio KKPKRK.NCKS: llitCHt an un sal tellrv fiiHtCHt cll-Iii- lt Oen. Knox, 113, Standard I'nder Ilule.t, tbe sire bloodshed. I am informed that at the John D. Carpenter, Hustonrllle; J. M. Klmore, ot Arthur Sluis, waa bred by liinlel Heultt. Ilridg-por- t, At (tfOon the same roodltloBS as He has IiuoUh publlHlicd tlilH proven nlniMI to U a suprlor breeder, having present time there are ten or twelve indictStanford. James Beaxley, Stanford; J. M. Philips, VI , was He was pennon. Stanford, A. It. Penny, HtanfoM; Mrs. Fannie llero. HI, and dam foaled in ISM. son of by Vermont pro.lute.1 tome ot lh Ust mules In tils and 1st bv Searcher, lUrnrr Urn. ments for murder in this county. I omitt.u I .a ml Farra, Ihrsil' f Incnster; CENTRAL R. R Charles Lancaster; Oen W J. City; ram, M. Pyne, ry, 2ud lliinsdeu2 .Mare by lilli's rtlr Charles, ion of Heis ift'j han Is hUnIs also a Kool Jernet Jark ilente 1, the br-- tI'm! k uf len un; re p. W. SandlJje, Junction cl.tmii nurlrl.li.k with luealy ted to say tbat traveling here has one charmi Iluroc. lUcjrd public trial at In years uld ,()Od CllfllcS Preachersrllle; Mrs. E M. Carpenter, Stanford, 2:21. uinta aud gtiieral uiako up 1st c im having lrcn ncild In Ichh than and that is the 'charm of adventure. Not Mrs. Maggie Holme, Crab Orchard, O. T. WalAmong tbe get of Oen. Knox with rrrords In H. VOWK1.I., K. "Bluc.GruHH Iloule." 133 lyr iiKinthM in t im ir..ia'i .. I lace. Lancaster. 2 SO or better, are thcfillowlDg Lady Maud 2 IS',, ."jiulles fn,m Hoslonville, on the llustontlile Mcmity. to extend these coIcb unduly, let me ssy Caroms 2.1!'4 Independence i21,4, Ollhert Knox A Li rty 'turnpike 10 id, Lincoln luiiiy.Ky Bhortest and Quiokest Bonte from Oen Only . n h parties .i are t 2.2t,, Kmperor Knox 1 27'.. Knox 2 .'VV Vlc'or tbat there are some beautiful prospects 2 U; Knox Boy iUS',. Peac.ful 2 tral KentuoKy to nil Points North, i., Harry pank THoiioroiinitKO along the Cumberland, views that entrance rclliitilc. experienced ml jr.. er 2 30, Mnwenger Kuox 2 30 Ills sons, Col. East, West and Southwest. nlcd with the ery best of references, Coun, Cromwell, Kclslre, i:uiror Will-IsTHE (YiMIIINLI) STALLION, and invoke the poetic muse. In traveling Fast Lino Between ( tf.i (ien. Knox Jr , Oen. I.tghtlcot, Ollbreth, can avail ric tpr-tunit- y Jules Jurgens'ii, 70 miles I have not noticed a wheat field. HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL Ku..x,Mierldan, M hlmo,Knox Hoy, Lon Morrl., Phil Whalebone Knx, and l"ur full fir'.r i!ars t lr , The citizenB here pay 51 50 per hundred for I.EXIXGTON A' CINCINNATI ivooiiioril Knox have sired tbe following, with records of 1 30 or better Iron Age 2 K'1., Capl'oli field dour. I hayeeeen two or three rye MARQUIS nV ADEIilNK. 2 22",, I rank 2 2i,' Nellie Wailon 2 2S. HARRY G. RUST, Gen'l Agent, Chsries it 2.1', Kanny ii. 2W' and n few oat fields. Some of the corn id Wallace 2 .! Kitty Moms This fine Hull will stand the teaons now com Uthalr2 2'J,4, Maud Muller 2 This line, cowl ,nl slsl.ion will make the several inches high and in many places the .'SO. Chub 27; John H. llrald 2 27,', Ollbreth 711 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio. mencedat my stable on the Lan caster P Ikeoi ..f 17 at my stable near, Sbtrlby City, lu n Maid 2 27'y. Bhadow 2 Hamb'n Knot 2 , half mile from Stanford Court House at 55 enuuty, no tbe Shelby I'lty A Knob I.Uk planting baa not been done. The corn crop wl'h the prlsllegeol breedlnij tho cow un Copelaod 2 3; illaek lUws 2.M- - Arthur T. 2.SO, 1 urn pi t road, at here last season was almost a failure. It til tbe cow prores in can. Money duo when tow Xma, pacer, 2 K4 Honwty, facer, 2 22VAc. JH. is first served. was consumed early in the winter and corn Marrjuiaof Adellm's sire, Herbert, bis sire Im815 tho Season, or $H0 to. Iniure. ported Apollo and Dam Imported civutneru ISeau- is being hauled now from Virginia and Tenneesee end distant counties'in thisState, Louisville & Nashville R, R, Dasiairriow aNnPKni'.iait Marquis of Adllene'a dam, Adeline, her sire rruid Jewel s a blood tiay, with black manii and tall, 15 hands Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fishand is selling at$1.50 per bushel and I un-- TUB UBK2.lucbia hlsh. wiih flnestvle and arllon lie u r. er. For further particulars as to pedigree set) li.. This dueatallioc will make the season ot li?; at vears old this spring, was ilrnl by F.II. Ii. Iwl t mining. derstand that enough can not be bad at that This Is a very flno young Bull from a celebrat- my farm, 3 miles Irom Htacford, on the Stan- ham's Jewel ho by the famous old Washington Denmark price to supply tho demand. I am told THROUGH TRUNK ed family ot milkers including the cow Echo, tbe ford and Danville pike Urst dam, Minnie, by .Mc Donald's Halcorn, second dam by Wells' Ciusaderj third greatest of hir day; her owner having refused IU,-Wthat hundreds of cattle died of starvation TO TUB- dam hj a ison of Davy Crockett, fuurth dam a for ber. cattle baro taken tbe AT 815 TO lWNUICE A COLT. saddln mare, pcltgrrn unknown Mr, Tho Holstein-rrelsla- n this section this spring. I note in this in II O larvln'sOld Minnie, dam of m ml Jewel, lead as tho best for the family, and across with DKSCHIPTION AND PI.DIOP.l:i; Vermont waes premium animal from a colt up to an aged connection that oxen are ueed almost extbe bbortborn products a very nue animal. I Ilatnb etnnlan lr a black borse, foaled In I&S2, six mare, femml Jewel has leen shown 31 times and will buy all the male calvra begotten by this clusively for heayy draughts and for other Bull at goad pile ta .del vered at weaning time. teen hands hlnh, two white fwt tehlnd. slrel by worn the slick tie 31 ttd tuiy three William Welch, by Kysdsks Hambletonian, 1st times. WITH as horses. purposes about aejmany mules II'. . 3111.T.KU, dam Katie Urlines, by Vermont, Vnd darn -ISO-will also stand at tie same sta' le, the fine tan lord, Ky Black Swan, by Helm's dill's Yorkshire, by Imp, York, young Pullman Palace Sleepers, To conclude; I arrived in this little town jack. sblre. 3rd dam Little by Waocr, by bir Charles, by Sir Archy, 4th dam Koilly Hpeed, by yesterday afternoon, It has rather an eleImp. Leviathan, Sth dam by Packolet, Cth dam by HA.WK, and there are ItonlfsTllJe (o NjiHhvllle, gant now brick court-hous- e , (ireendrlver, 7th by Maryland Sth it t)H E Inmn-- it blab. He He by MESSENGER BREEZE ! dam by Hamitbal,damdam by Milky, byPba-nlz- , (ue black, IIto audi U Incbi-- t.lrr Cult.wss alml rrml li tlowt-lRev, V. M.Fitzwa-ts- r Igns of improvement. AleuiphlB, Kmlly; Hrxl la Hruce'srilud liookVol l,page3'Ji ) ne Vermont Hambletonian Is a (Inn biz horse, with vamwfii. lounss jiisca iiawx,be oy velocipede, made me feel at borne and at night I Atlanta, he by Imp, Mam fine style and rood bone, and a sure breeder, sired moth. Ilibertion waa by Mtlgall's by Illaek Hawk, Montgomery, His addressed an audience in the town hall and Full brother to Maud Messenger 2.1G1?, by Mes- by William Welch, tbe sire ot Prince Imperial, second dam dam raised bf hlilea Maxwell aud waa waa Little Rock, senger Chief, sire ol Maud Messenger, 3.10. Ous 2:tVi, Jeremiah '2,23 2, Ueesle T can trot in Z30or an Impirted Jack, Money due wneu the colt is organ'r.'d the Harlan County Sunday- better. William Welch was aired by llysdyk's loalrd or mare partid with Lien retained on all Mobile and New Orleans. Hambletonian, prlvato record 23, 1st dam the dam Union, which promises to do a good School season rhargca are paid. i 25, Marvel r.ii. of Itoden'a Prlnrj, 2.27, and by Imp, Trustee(wn ol colts till Paaturage will bo furnished at reasouablo rates Your;, work. So mote it be. 1st dam Uentie Brette, sire of Pearl 2.30, also Cottoi) ami s.re of twenty rallea trotter. TrusParting with mares forfeits the Insurance. to points In Only one change tee, 2 dam by a son of Mambrlno, by Imp MessenF. 8. POLLITT. '. T.NAMH1KIE, of the dam ut Maud Messenger JilCJi and (Peal Meger, Vermont being a grand son Ol tbe great Mhalby City, Ky. morning, with the assistance Hsmbletonlin, the grandest sire living, and F. S. This dium 3133. (Jill's Vermont comblnid, backed by thoroughI of ft few brethren, I raised $33.50 to be used Sciatica, Scratches. Contracted 2nd dam KittyRlveis.thedam Jot Bertie Olrl bred, will make horse. Kysdyk's Ham blelonian, by Abdallab, sou of Mambrlno, dam by Lumbago, Sprains, Muscles, in this cointy, Ilirlan, for Sunday-schoo- l record I inn. helirounder,2 dam by Uiahop'a iiambletoni. recordof 3 minutes, Rheumatism, Strains, Urnptions, work, More will be added. Seeking homes on the line of thla road will receive Li", by Alerander's Abdallah, sire of Goldsmith an, a umi 117 imp. nrHenger, Burns, Stitches, Hoof All, Mill's Vermont, by .Downing's Vermont, sire ol special rates. tbe dam of Enigma 2 6 1st dam by Colmebus acaids, BUfTJoinut, Screw VSee Agents of thl Company (or rates, route Maid. At the General Aaeemblr of the Unit(Dark ley's) ion ol Columbus, sire of Coufldciice liar Ktalllon foalded In US1. 1C hands high, Is Stings, Ac.er write Backache, Worms, 3rd dam by lied Jacket, sire of the dam ot 2 28: 2nd dam by Bertraud, sire of the dams ot by Messenger Chief, 1st dam by Vermont Jr., 2 ed Preibjterian church, held in PhiladelC. P. AfMOItE, O. P. AT. A., Qalli, Nellie (iray 2,21; 3d dam by MaUbles. aire of the dam by Imp. Scythian, 3 dam by llouner's (J ray Bites, Bwinney, Loulorllle, Ky Kentucky Wilkes. phia, the old conteit over the uae of organs dam or Climax 2 SI, (Mil's Vermont Is the sire of ijgle, 4 dam by Onatott's Telegraph, Bruises, Sores, Saddle Galls, Ills sire Messenger Ciller, 2 In 2 30 list, by All. Maud Messenger, lull sister to Messenf cr Breeze, Iionnef Boy 2.23. Illaek Maria 2.20;s', Lady Oak in churches waa decided in favor of organa Spavin Files. 2.5C, and Logsn also sire or itie oams ot ilallah Pilot, dam br Mambrlno Messenger, 2 dam Bunions, at S years 2,23, (lamlietta Wllkea 2.ii'. Tbe Klne2 29'i. Nellie I, by Mambrlno Chief, .1 dam by Imp. Naoleon; 4 Corns, had a record when years of 2.2 The Assembly Cracks. by a vote of 129 to 59. dam by Temix-el- : Messenger Chief Maud 28, Palchen at 6 years 2:20 and at 7 years old won the (3,000 2 23.i, Outlaw 2 Lady Pearl 2 8U, Lady Davis 2 3IJ Mcwenger 2 li;'4j Marvel 2.28; Ous 2,21sired many voted down nn amendment to a resolution and THIS GOOD OLD STAND-DIieatrice2 2.'k4, aud Ken. -2.r lucky (ientleuian 2 ni, and sire ot the second others destined to win fame on the turf, purse at Cleveland, Ohio, in urging the cessions of the C.iurchea to ute Abdallah Pilot, by Alexandre Abdallah: dam accomplish! a for everybody exactly what Isclalmcd dam of Pnll Thompson 2.16. thesarre year, 1881, Sept. Cth, she beat tho crack Kiandlna, by Mambrlno Chief; arcond dam (Ilosa. for It. Ono of tho reasons for the great popularity of in the observance of the Lord's eupper only Itvtdyk's Hamnlctonlan, by tho Mustang Liniment Is found In Its universal Ilnd's Bed Wilkes Phil Thompson a match race !orJ5,-0u- 0, Waller 2.27. 1st dsm by Chss. Abdallah, sire ol.Slr dallah dam, 2.2l'Vl) by Parker's Briwn Pilot. Abwinea obtainable. The original Kent maro by Imp. Pilot aired Plckard 2 WA; Ited Jim 3 yiar-ol- d nppllcnblllty. r.vcrybody needs such n medicine. the purest E. H. BT7RNSIDE, reconl2.2S; Measinger Chleisireil Maud ,l9. Mr. Crlt Davis will Helllounder; 2nd dam One Kye, by llishop Ham The I.iintbrrinnn needs It In rase of accident. rolutioo, that tbe action of the General bletoniau;3rddam Dilvertall by Imp. Messenger. 2.1ft1). Tho limine wife needs It for general family use. Kysdyk's Hambletonian Is the sire of Nettlo 2,18, send her again this year through the grand cirAlexander'a Abdallah, by Ityslyk's Hamble-te'ilaAssembly of 18S1 in recommendiag the This Old 37 others with The Cnunler needs It for tits teams and bis men. Well Known cuit and says he expects to lower her record to 2.10 and dams ot Trinket records 0123530 or better: also ol Alexander'a Abdsl-la- h dam Katie Darling. tho 2.H. and othern wlih ree. cessions of the churches to provide tmfer Tim .Mcclmulc needs It alivays on his w.irk elnd (loldsmlth Maid 2.14. Hosallnd 2.21k. Maintains a she ordsof2.SOor better. Thornlalo 2.22U; Major Kdiall 2.29; Ht, Elmoie lench. or 2.12. Messenger Breeze is ss promising mented wine for communion, be reaffirmed, Vermont (Downlnc's br 1IIII'. Illnct ll,-;.S0 He also sired Almout, Ileliiiout, Ilelsora, slreofEihan Allen 2.2S. Vermont (Dowiilng's) Hnelby ("tiler, together with the dams of Jerome Tho ."Miner nccdsltlncasoof emergency, wuat the same age. wa adopted AND TIip I'iouiicr neeilslt ean't get along nlthout It. Iss ire ol Enigma 2.20, and also sire ol Kddy 2.H,J- Katie Mlddleton 2 21, Hill Thundtr Messenger Breeze la a beautiful red bay, 1C hands thedam of Mambrlno llruco, theatre or llvlle Wll 2,UVt,eic. TIip I'lirmrr noeds It In his lioirfe, his stable, as a general rule KenIti Proprietor ii Determined that high, We beiiore that MesHnger Chief, Jr. will nuko the piescnt era. anil hla stock yard, muscular and strong, sou 2.'2i. it snail be second to no Country Hill's itlack Hawk, by b'herman Morgan, Dam, sonat my plate I1, miles from Hustouvlllebii Hie tucky, which ought to have tbe best, has Tlie Mtrnmlumt mini or llio Ilonliiinn heeds does not exist a fast trotting mare. Hill's Ilia k Hawk 1. the iiradfiirdsvliltt plke,et Hotel in the State in iti Fare, of a speedy conformation and there It In liberal rupj ly afloat am! ashore. the poorest butterjand the meanest beef in sire oi lielle of Saratoga 2.29, Lancet 2.27', Ethan Appointment!, or Attena finer specimen oi tbe Allen i.U'i, and Young America 2,23, and Is Tho Ilnrnr-rnnrlion Kentucky soil needs It- -It Is bis best aire 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT InleriorJcurD8l. tbe country. tion to Comfort of friend nnd safest reliance, trotting bred horse and coming as he does from a oftbudamsofDlancbe2.23, (Jen, Tweed 2.2USJ, Tennessee 2.27, and also the founderof th TI10 Stock. zrom-- r neeils It- -It will savo 1.1m Kentucky, which might produce tho best their Qneiti great I foaled it mare parted Illaek Hawk family, tbat has .lu .. tbe main ami Money due when colt producing family, his aire, blidamjand bis grand-daper mouth, thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. j with. Mate, will Ik) pastured " ..X'. butter in the world, does not take to its ami lemaieune iwoi 2av or bettor represents. but I will not bo responsible forat 92 TI10 Itnllrimil nmii neeia It nnd III need It actldeuta will be conveyed to and from the it ai all being producers of speed, ho Is Just the uvea. manufacture for market. The beet of the J.1C. It AUG 1131 AX. long as bis llf 0 Is a round of Occidents nnd dangers. free of charge. Special accommodations Columbus filarklev's). bvOld Cilinnlm. .Im ol ., n in, uam,a .Messenger .Mart. .. 'm. .. to make a lasting 'impression on Hustoirville, kind ola horse to Commercial Travelers. The liar will Tlio lincksrondainnii needalt, Therelsuoth unexcelled, are cent iiiuurucv Kentucky beef cattle, always applied with the choicest Ingllko It as nn antidote for tho dangers to life, Old Columbus. 2.41U. convertnl carer, tirnni-li- i bis progeny. My Stallion, brands or Llqiors and Clears. from Canada. Hire ol Confidence 2 28, Columbus to markets outriJe of tbe Btate, leaving the limb nnd comfort which surround tho pioneer. Navigator 2.3, Itoumond2.30:,4, and Young Co. CovTho noeda Itnbout his store among $30 TO INSURE A MAKE IX FOAL. luinbua 2 n. and alio sire of the dama ol lien crub beef for home consumption XjBE F, HUFtfilAN, his employees. Accidents wilt happen, nnd Morlll2.27, Louise N.2.20', Nameless 2 B, 7 Will makii the present season at ington Cjnimonwealth. SMITH tbeso come the Mustang Liniment Is wanted at when Money due when tbe lact is ascertained, or mare (Young Columbus is tbe sire of 11 2.S0 HA once. Stanford, on the Keep BTANFOBD, KY. parted with or bred to another horse. Will make or better 2performers, and he has 4 sons tbat have bomer it plkewl 4Jfi to llMltro a Itl'lltU economy. a Holt to In tlio House 'TIs the best of "Silotwor" ia a new explosive ten times sired 14 30 or better performers.) Old Columcolt, same condiilons as above. He la a flue torn, bus Is the founder of the Columbus family, which blnid borse, 10 tianda high, of good stylo and acthe atrenjth of gunpowder, exploding with Office South side Main 8 titet, be season ol 1887 on the (arm of dccn Keep n Hniiln In ibo I'nrlory. Its Immediate blood was to the East what ahe Pilot. Jr.. blood tion and has proven himself a splendid bre'der. use in enso of accident enves pnln and loss of wares. A Kutslan invented ow the Myers Uotelt outemokeor noie. IIOIIERT JlcA hlHTEtl, was to Kentucky. T1IOH. C. IlOllIXHOS, Mtroas Oxide Oss administered wbsos Pare J. Ii. UAIIGI1J1AX Keep 11 ilollln Alstiivnlii tlio Stable for About I mile from Stanford, re.)ulrd Stanford, Ky Htatonvllle. ue when wuxiril. Notes by the Way, To (ho Editor ot the Interior Hating built a new anl commodious hiitso at Alum tirrlugs, Hoyle count;, 1 will o en It lo the public on DR. W. B. PENNY, Ihrouoh the CANONS of NEW RIVER and aeroii the SUEOMANIES and the BLUE RI0CE, pasting WHITE SULHHUfl SI'RIrsQS and other Summer Hsiorts ol the Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. IXE s - 30-- 1184-lyr- SILVEE KING e Wallace Denmark i i I lilt SrSLisiVmjJ ;')M iHiu l) V YOrit ATTENTION HOLIClTEll. ss c- lia STEVE WALKER. - In-Niir- uu INii i'linfii?nniVnritttnl -- ' liinh i I i j. i'.ii r, . NEW FAST MAIL -- ySBrUlOS world-rejnwn1 1 ARTHUR SIMS, SRICSSOKT, JR., 1 jIJ $25,000.00 IN GOLD .'. HE . e, ' ir' s n, BUSINE SS ,A e tlintij;liout of of at-n- e. KENTulI 1 S, throe tiii: liorotlltly tliem-.elvr- s SECOND - JEWEL. Lin-rol- 1 L.&N. T- d .', sea-su- ; ?o Vermont Hambletonian. . LINE O SOUTH & WEST times-defea- tl s W BEAST! v( t -- 1 BLACK n s Mexican Mustang Liniment oxmus I Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS ltya-dyk- afin-slo- ca ld MESSENGER CHIEF, JR i 1 MYERS HOTEL, 2.; 31J-4- , Y STANFORD. KY. Propr and Hotel Still its High Reputation, 2:l8JS-2.1G- in2.IC,'(-2.17Jf-2- Mes-ung- ?' oftbt-darn- s well-bre- d, well-kni- t, to-d- -r a ... Das-sag- . -- ,.. HUItOEON DENTIST, to JO ABDALLAH, Purl-ty2.8- l'l.T.-tA'N,2liillfsfro- .. i. y. r Stanford, Ky H. O. WALTON, L. & vfl Juno 7, 1887 UualnoBii Mnnagor. TIME . N. LOCAL CURD. -- Mall train going North,. Boutn bzpms train" Houtu ... ..lJ!'Jr,K. 31 1 1 ut l Iha ' Norn jOTo Ii calculate! on standard about 2(J uilnulns lasur - tlm. 5.. ,IXIl,ii r. u. m Bolir K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. TrlDi leave llowland its tod 7.20 Ite turning, airlvrat Gand l:Hr,, A. if. OGU NOTICES. Lanimiktii'b Harden Seed nt Penny & McAllnlfr'n A i'UM. line of Galling tackle of nil kind at Penny A MoAliMer'n. The ltet ready mixed palnLfl fire, to be bid at I'tnuj A McAlisler'. Ask your grocer for the Cincinnati 11 tint; C'o.V cracker nnd cuke. W ATdifM anil Jcwolry repaired on nhor notice ami warranted by Penny i McAlia r Mrs. Ann Eules, who brought suit nt against William Olds for $3,000 in Madi-Bo- n county for trilling with her young affections, compromised on $50 in hand paid, The Commencement Exercises of Stan Slio was not hurt as bad as she thought at fotd Female College occur at the Chapel first. The maniago of Miss Mary CrosBan, A wnc little girl has been added to the daughter of Judge T. Z Morrow, to Mr. two boys that make up the family of Mr. Caleb D. Portwood, of Cincinnati, occurand Mn. W. II. Higgina. red at the Judge's residence in Somerset June 1st and was celebrated in royal style, Jl'ixie Caiwon'h pet monkey ia convalesThe Rtporttr says: The bride is a laly of cent after a severe attack of meaalee. Aak rare attainments and most amiable charachim about it if you are desirous of further ter, in whom Mr, Portwood has won a prize information. that will be a joy to him through life. She I!v the accidental discharge of a gun car was attired in ivory white silk crep, elabried by R. Lse Vanaradall while hunting, orately trimmed with crystal and pearl. Robert Hankln, of IVkavllle, a young The room was profusely and handsomely mtn of IS, was shot in the hip and badly decorated nnd the supper was bountiful wounded, Forty shot have already bsen and elegant The attendants were Mr. E, D. Scott, of Somerset, and Miss Marion taken from the wound. Wolford.of Lancaster; Mr. T. 'A Morrow, I.s the county court yeaterday the will of Jr , and Miss Emma Portwood, of Ver Hiram Varnon, of color, was admitted to Bailie. The bride and groom left next day probate and Patterson Underwood qualifhd for the June Festiyal at Louisville, nfter aa administrator of Mrs. Jennetta I'nder-woowhich they will visit the parents ol Mr, Dr. W. W, Owsley's will, with Dr. Portwood in Versailles, and will nlso visit J. II. Owsley as executor, was probated and Cincinnati and New York, expecting to be Engleman, J J.Walker and C. K. A rosTorriCK hits been established Point Leavell, In (Inrrard otinty, d. Huh for the new Preabylerian church are advertised in this iane. MARRIAGES. Mr. Wilson's chlof support has been his team nnd the loss of bjth horses leaves him in bad shape Siuie of the people who clothe themselves in purple and fine linen and who ostentatiously subscribe big amounts for the conrertion of the heathen, could by way of variation in the exercise of charity, tlock together, buy Jim a pair of horses and thus relieve a wor thy man of great distress. Rev. R. G. Noland, of the Episcopal WALSH, THE TAILOK, roc in ii avexve, xomsirxxx:E3, kit. mv P. S.-FI- NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. 'l.F The Prohibitioniata showed up few in numbers and dividid in opinion yesterday. A ooMri.KTK Mock of jewelry, latct xcilly. Pen-&- The leaders succeeded in securing the adop ttyle. Itockford wntctii tlon of a airing of resolutions, which we A McAlUtT give elsewhere and which no true democrat PERSONAL. or republican will consider for a moment. Mil. II A. Wiiitk and bio pretty bride The meeting adjourned to listen to the speeches of the candidates and if either wt tt up to we ii evening. suite! them they will enlorse that candiii" luck from Lslw J H. t jn.Trnn., fulMledi;ed college gndiinte, date or nominate a new mtn nextSaturdny. Mu Richard Ik'Kvirrr h&i returned Tm: Art Display at the College yeater from it vidt to her old home nt Montj-reL'- o. dsy was a real surprise to nearly everyone of the large crowd of psiple that went to Mk lliiuK Toi.on, of Louisiana, In see it. It was not only creditible but real the Ruet of Itli crinJftthcr, Mr. O. V. ly fx'rAordiiitry and spjke volumes of inbble. praisa cf the very accomplished teicher, Mn K. C. Walton U luck Iroai hi Miss Hnrt,aa well aa of the excellent ma r intern trip, riidy to mike war upjn the terial of her claa. A number of the oil de mi lent paintings nnd several portraits in oil and Dii L F. HcifiuN hu one to Lm-ril- lj crayou could hardly be improved upon, but to attend thtj myelin,; of the Ht.tte tune and space forbid the individual menIVnUl Aooiatiin. tion that we would like to make. Mnny of Mr Ciiah I. Hah. nnd bin pretty the ladles were beginners at the opening of to MR bride, of Somerset, are tIkUIdk relv the session and two or three had only taken tius in this cjunty . leona for the last few months. Following MlMATTIK Y.WtbUOtHll, of Mini is a list of ladies whoshowel pictures witli rlppi, n farmer pupil of Htiinfnrd Female the title of each: ' liege, i tl client of Mim !! ten Wearcn. Snow Mia Hobon Oil RMtless Mm M C.Svrri.rv wh called to Scene, LjchjLomond, Study of Grapes all McMinnvilln, Tennwoe, Friday night by executed in oil nnd handsomely done. A a le'eram announcing the probable fatal mirror deorated with lilac, a brass plaque i''oeM of her nnther, Mr. Kowan. and a decorated afler'dinner set composed tiitrK.sr.KiiiiY ADAM?, of Mo the rest ofiher display that would be hard Kinney Text, i on visit to her eiater, to excel- the MiMea Peyton, nfter an absence of two Mrs. George II. Iiruce displayed a splenKhe ia looking well and likea her year did crayon portrait of her husband and fine Texaa home. portraits of Mary and Howard Bruce in -- Miw I ha and Eva Pbewitt left for oil. AJplat'iue of roses and "A Castle on the their home in Jtflerwnville, Ind , SaturSea," both in oil and the latter especially day. Mi IdaV health haa been fully well executed, completed a list toba proud and her frienda hope to mo her back of. Miss Miry Alcorn showed only crayon coon on a riit. II. II Feiuuli. wv up from the life pictures, Tall '.moat creditably executed. LLk DiKdllery Sjndiy. He haa gotten to Tney twtre.lChtrlotte Corday in Prison, be a good Sunday school acbol.ir aince he Dincing.Girls, Mischievous Eren in Djtth, went duwn there nnd fell in lore with a Study of a Dog "Caught," Dorothea and Pftjche. prett m juntain girl. -- MllSH MATTIE AND Kl.IM OW8I.EV Mi's P.boda l'ortman had the largest hare returned from Ward' College, Naah numberjand each displayed both skill and ville, where Mini Mattis graduated with tilent. The Mill on the Flos., The Old They have both grown into Scottish Mill, Cascade in the Alp, Loch high boner handaome young ladiea and are lookine Lomond and Newfoundland Dogs in oil, remarkably wall. and Water Carrier, Market Girl and a Dog's Heid'in crayon composed her exhi LOCAL MATTEflS. bitlon. Mrs E P. Owsley's Biy of Naples and a 1 e Cream Frcmra at T 11. Walton', punting", were HarveetJ.Scene.'.largeoll L'l'i lit of binder titine ou hand. I M. greatly admired for their beauty of execu Bruce tion and neatness of finish. Miss Mary Betxtey showed decided talRefrigerator go and It you want the heal ent for crayon work in portraits of her buy the K)a from Metcalf A Fotter. The mother, grandmother and brother. Ic c CurAM Freizera and Coolers, a new Jerseys, Peassnt Girl and Love's Armistice, and large atock at low prices Metcalt & a'ao in crayon, made up her very admiraFoater, ble display. Mrs, Dr,f J. G. Carpenter showed only oil now ready for mak Orn Machine are Loicg rolla and doing cuatom work in goner piinlings. Marechal Neil Hoses, Losh mond, Sunset on the North Sea and a bI. P. Matlingly&SjD. Piacque ol Lilies, each evinced taste and A VEKV dialrablodrugetort In a thrivtilent of no mean degree and were much ing town la advertised for aale in Ihia leeue. admired. " Addrjae the editor for particulars Miss Bessie Keid's( oill paintings, Cattle Grazing and an Ocean Scene and her cray wa MlSH CitEHrwirr, a colored woman, Expectation, Shepherd Puppies and a arretted Sunday for having in her posaeaa-io- ons Newfoundland Dog's 'Head were each a a pistol, the one that A. I. Nnnnelley credit to the (ability of the very capable loat a few day ago. aod accomplished little artist. Those wiahlng anything done in the up Miss Louana'Djdderar took lesions oaly holatery line will be waited on in good a few months, but her Sunset on the North ityle by calling at my place of buiineae, Saa and Snow Scane in oil, H use's II sal Tinaley Merahon, Stanford. and two Landscapes, Spring and Summer, compirod I am now ready to do all kindi of re- and a Hsmmered Brass Piacque and spring very favorably with her more experienced pairing and painting to bugglta promises of whu she will wagons, Ac. I will be pleaaed to have you sisters and gave and get your work done. Vm. Dugh be able to do. call Miss Julia Douglas showed a Horse's erty. Held and a Dg's lie ad in criyon, which NE.W8 comes from Corbln that William proved that she has unde rapid progress Adami and William Oakea, formerly of thla during the very short time she has taken county, killed Jim Moora there Friday and lessons, being tha'laat'to enter the class. that Adams wan acquitted and Oikea held Miss Helen Sautlay, age and length of in $200 ball. time she has been in the class considered, The people here are eo fond of voting perhaps deserves the highest praise, her Lofor Dick Warren that they elected him Jacquiminot Rjsea.tOcean Scene, Bin ichool trustee for the long term Saturday mond in oil and a Donkey's Head in crayby a majority of 80. For the vacanoy, A. on being each unusually well done. Miss Florencfl Glyens worked only in A. McKinney received 61, W. F. Ramsey, W. Vande-vee- r crayon in which she seems espscially 50 and M. O. Purtuian 10. D. AnElk, ;8tag at Bay, Dorothea, received 1 1 vote for the long term, Foxes, Phyche and Peasant Girl Little Nono of the pirtie sought the honor. were all her very "clever handiwork. Miss Mary Paxton, the President's promThe candidates for the Legislature occupied the attention of the people for teyeral ising little daughter, showed a Newfound-do- , a Stag and a Blue Grass Steer's Head, hours yesterday. Hon. Fontaine Fox Bob. bilt came loaded to the muu'e with "the which were more than creditable for one greatest eQort of his life" and it took him to young. fully two hours to fire it off. Dr. Pottua Mr. J. C. Hays made a number of pichim-eefollowed him and not only acquitted tures daring the term, but only showed a handsomely but succeeded in getting crayon portrait of her husband, which was adsufficient to establish her merits as an araway in many instances with his wlley tist. versary. T Htandaiid rendjr mixed paint; iiitlitr and dnridiility KUnranlee.! nt McKiborta A Hurls appointed appraisers. absent about three or four week'. RELIGIOUS. A Protestant Episcopal cathedral is to be built at New York, to Rev. Ml. J. JG.000,000. Q Montgomery will preach 3..",0 cot at af- X;nia school houe at Sunday lt ternoon next. The Baptist meeting is largely attended and Sunday night the crowd overflowed the house. There was no other preaching, the pastors giving up their own services to There were three confessions and five additions thai night. Mi v. P. G. Elsom will preach every day and night this week at 3 and S o'clock H, icon, by T. P. Wa'ton . W II Dudderar sold to Thos. Woods l'l head of 000 pound cattle at S3J Constablo Bruce Wiltnot sold a young horee yesterday to Mr. White, of the West Ead, for $105 The Pulaski County Fair will be held this year on Tuesday, Wednedny, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 1 J, 1 1, 15 and 10. The executive committee of the New York Driving Club will offer a pureof$l,-50for Harry Wilkes to beat bis record, 2.13 about the middle of June. Yesterday was a rather dull court day though a pretty fair crowd was in town. Capt. II. T Bush reports but few stock ou the market. He sold li heifers at $11 So and several milk cows at $20 to $20, J. W. Quest's Terra Cotta, by Harry O'Fallon, won the St. Louis Derby Satur-dabeating Jim Gore and four other starters; time 2.50 J The race was worth $0.-3S- 0 to tho winner. 8 IT. Biughman has soil his fiao Santaline, by St. Martin, to Geo. V. Hankins, of Chicago, for $0.00.0. He has wou four races this season and is the meet promising colt developed so far. J. B. Gentry bad the misfortune to lose by death Saturday his mare A70ca,by Tom Boiling, and for which he bad recently re fused $1,000. A colt of hers by Jils Johnson brought $750 recently. The cause of her death was pneumonia. Lady Mac, a very promising Gllv belonging to Sam Biughman and Robert McAlister, had a hind leg broken by a kick from another horse just as she was starting in a race at Latonia. A veterniary eurgeon agreed to get tier in shape for breeding purposes for $150, but the chances are against her cverbeing of much value. Lambs were sold this week at b cents. B. B Campbell bought this week of Wm. Reed a bunch of 1,100 pound steers at 4 cents. John H. Robinson sold Tuesday to John Tewmey, of Bjyle, 21 yearling mulep, at $S7 50 per head. Alexander & Robar ds received at the depot yesterday 100 hojs, paying $4 50 They were bought of Winter Brewer and a month ago cost him $1 05 -- Harrodsburg Democrat. B 200-pou- - Wanted --- LAND. STOCK tNO CROP Church, delivered the Baccaulaureatc etr mon to the graduating class of Bell Cald well College at the 1st Presbyterian church Sunday night. The sermon has been much praised by thooe who heard it. Sam Coffey got drunk Saturday night and persuaded Jim James to let him have a bottle of beer and then went and rcporleJ the matter to the police court, and Jim was fined $75 for his crime. Now what must Sam's honest opinion be of himseli? This is the first case against the colored troops since the c. t.went up like little men and voted for the "old board" on Saturday. Charles Johnson, alias Charles Cirroll, an 18 year eld youth of this county, is a rather tough one. List Dacember Charles robbed Huddleson's Btore in the west end and was jailed the offence until the March term of the circuit court, when in consideration of bis youth he was permitted to plead guilty of petty larceny and given 30 days in the work-houHe staid 15 dny9 and then ran away. Going through Puksville he robbed W. II. Latti-mer- 's store and then kept shady until last Thursday, when Marshall Georgo Wells, of Junction City, happened to look into a attached to a freight cu and there wasCnarles, on his way to Lbanon from Stanford. Knowing of his e'eapo from the Mr. Wells took him in and while waiting for a tr.in to bring lain here an Irish peddler came up ami complained of being robbed of a picket knife and $3 or $0 In cash the n'ght before while at the house of one Gilmore near Stanford. Chas. was at Gilmore'rf the lime night and on being cWged with r.bSinj the peddler, confessed and gave up the uionfy and the knife. He is now in the work-hoiiserving out his old sentence. DR. S. Q, HOOKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, SUCCESSORS TO W. II. II1GGINS.) COOK S10VE8 and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most nopnlar fr In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still place the OLIVER CHILL FLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservos to be. Ask your neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. W. U. MeKI.VXEY, SiilCHiuiui. se. H. C. RUPLEY, MKKCIIAXT TAILOR, I have received and still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best In the market, which will be work-hous- Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Kono in City or Country Giro Me a Triiil. X-3I- G. - BTJPLEY. - INTES FURNITURE STORE MACK irTFJFMAX, Proprietor. W - ! e 1ETT ADVERTISEMENT. DltUG STORE FOH SALE! In the t wn in Ken terky. Elegant Fix'ures anil anlce, rltan stock of In.,:. Apfly to tlio KJltor ol ihu ltt jr. 3TOXJLC.E. BUILDERS AND CONTRATOES IllJs will tx receltpj until Hie 2Cth of June for the coottrucilon of a y, New Brick Presbyterian Church, 1V1I1 Inthe town ofStanforJ. The BIcV Work, Carpenter's Work, 1'lajterloR, Palatini:, Ac, will be awarded aeperately, tacb workman furnishing inaUrlalfor bis portion nl the work except tho brick Maaon, who will bo required to uo a lot of brick out of the old building. The 7ork will be awarded the lowest and beat bidder, reserving the prlTtlege to reject any and all bids. Call on the undersigned fur specifications. "l-t- ture ami Undertaker's Gnoilx. My prices will lie an low nNsucIi gootlH can be bought In Hie citlcH. Give nic a trial and yon will be convinced that 1 nell lower than the lowest. always hnyo on limit a large anil select Hue of Furni- f fbalrman uuilJlnit CVainlitee. JIACIi irrFFMAX, WEAREN & MENEFEE j PUBLIC SALE! .LEVIS' X, CHOlMsTOCJC, A:C. AitheKifcutorolO. W W. OwsTey, dee'il, I will sell tu the highest Udder at bis late realdenie on THUKSDAY, The iplecdld JU.E t 10, 1SS7, .mrttead farm Consisting of 320 acres, I shares of Farmers National Hank Motl, 11 sbarrs in Danville and Lancatter pike, 4 lies I of Hums, two of them combined; i good Work Mules, 1 Mule; 4 yearling Mules. 8. head of Cattle, consisting of o Steers; 6 year-ol- d Steers, 10 Cows and CaUes, a few of thfur JerHellers, lu bead ol Stoik Uogi, seys and some 15.000 paunds ol Tobacco, In Seowaani barn, Hurler variety, SO acres Wheat In field; 10 acres Oata In field 1 Twine Binder, 1 Mower; 1 Hay Hake; New Wheat Drill, 1 Corn Planter, Wagons and other Farming Imple) two-homents. Household and Kltihon Furniture. At same time will rent abo.it CO acres ol grass. Terms n.ade known on day of Sale. V,; X. S VlA worksc x 1 r, Executor W. W. Owsley, Deceased. J. II. OWSLEY. TAXES! TAXES! To tho Tax Payers cf Lincoln The Tax Books are now ready n and I am ready the new ltoventia A larKe number of invitations have to reclve the Taxes. Under to settle with the Law the tiherlrl is compelled earlier than five been issued to a party to be given by Miss fctate come months and par early. heretofore. Bo please lot ward to night. Jennie Sitter T. D. XFlVI.AMi.S. L. C. J. R Marra as trustee for George W. Doneghy on Saturday sold a house and lot on Lexington street belonging to Doneghy, to Benjamin Durham for $1,520. I am dally opening an elegant line of Spring and Summer Millinery, Including all Mr. B. F. Phillips is visiting friends in Newport. Miss Bettie Shirley, of Cincin- The Latest Novelties of the Seaion. nati, is in town, the guest of Miss Zie Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars Welsh. She will remain until after com- and Cuffs, Iluchtne. Corset, Bustles, etc. Vo'i will find me at the rooms lately vacated by 8ml-le- y mencement. A. Warren, next door to the Myers House. OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNlt. County. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Photons, 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 than, ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, MIXMNERY. All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices? to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles., as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our Hue assortment before it is broken. J.H.QBEEy.Agt.. HuHtauvllle. Ky. WBAREN & MENEFEE. Crescent Route. Queen andOrloans and Texas Paolflo Railway.) (Cincinnati New Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orloans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MA.Y 1, '87. in: a i ui KEAI DOWN. TltAINa 80UrHL tioTi. No. 7. No. 3. Dally Dally. Ex. Sun. Dillr. Daily. Nu.l. Sfi i I I I I t. lf F. W. Handman and J. W. Vanarsdall have formed a partnership for the manufacture of fine brick for building purposes at Junction City. They expect to carry on the business on a large scale. Chris Gurting zot a little too much Saturday evening and the police court charged him $10 for it this mrning. J. Rozel and L. Barbee were fined $5 for a breach of the peace and Dalla Taylor and Wm. George for using violent and abusive language toward eachother, are awaiting trial before the bar of justice. Mr. A. Tribble, of Junction City, has made a vory handsome improvement to his hotel in the shape of a lunch stand, with glass front and sides. It was put up by the Junction City Planing Mill Company and James Severance is a model of neatness and Henry Wilson, two young men from Stanford, haye charge of the improvement. James II. Wilson had the misfortune to lose hts only remaining horse last week. He bled at the nose for several days, then with his head turned to one side moved in a circle until be fell dead, Before he fell an effort was made to turn his head in the opposite direction, but it could not be done 16Min $ KA TE I VDDRHA It. . J SO. U. B U11T1N. BaoDUEiD, Ky., May, lsS7. Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many friends and customers ol i he change In firm name JIAItTIN A. I'EIIKIXN. Tne new firm hopes, not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but Intends to make many Improvements In tbo manufacture ol tobacco which will be to the Interest ol our customers. We will devoto sped! attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you far past favora and asking lor a continuation of your trade, Uespcctfilly voure, we remain, 3IAUT1X Jb VEItKIXH. toS-C- "TKAINSNOKTH. STATIONS. L'vp .Cincinnati .; Georneiowu ,. I No. 2. i I Rilly. C Daily. Ex. Sua 10 7 ml 7 No. 4, No. 6. No. b. Dally. Dally. Bonds For Sale S5.000 payable each year for 10 yeara ly 1, 18S7, Interest payablo - a m 403p M)AU, 7 05p m.tOSip mi.., 25 a ml 7Mp m II 20p in'.., vi p id It 41 p l a uii Ol. A m 8 43P in a U. 8 59p m' 12 S3 a mi.., 15 a in 3 10 p m lll'S am .., 53 p m ... 2 27 a mi. 45 p m ..,' 6 50 am,, 25 p m mi 8 10 p m ... .Vrv m. t.eiltifiton NictiolajTlllc. J.UarroJstiurft Junction.. ,. a tain.. .Kings ..Somerset . Slim ..Juuttlon cur .Chattanooga. Danvuie Bids will be received rby the undersigned Commissioners of thf Oarra'J ( junty sinking Fund uutllJune ISth, 18:7, f r the Ullowlng Bonds, viz: p m 35 a m 00 a in 00 p mi iup m SO ...' 825 ami. ..' 5 10 p ia ... OaiJale ,.. , ,.,IU30ani, 7 35 am ...12 55 am .,' 7 SO a m 9 52 p m , , New Orleans Btrmluxhsra Eu'aw .Meridian 25 a mi 6 40 am 3 47pm 27 a in 4 25am 8 20 p 00 a ml 4 Ma m 2 51 puii 0 27 a m .3 39 a m 1 S p m t5 47 a in' 2 08 pm f5 32a in, 2 (Cam 1 3.5 p m 5 20 a m 2 45 a m 12 49 p m II S3 am 120am '10 00 pm 8 10am 7 10pm ... 5 00 a m 10 15 am 10 35 p m G 20 a in ..., 7 00 pm1 4 30 pin,. 3 15 a in 8 00pm 9 00am 42 pm 350,000 0 FEU CEKT. QAERARD CO. SOKDS from ,. f4ipml, July 760am ,...1 7 tup IU, at the Oairard county of Lancaster. National Bank No. 9 leave OakJale dally except Bun Jay. at 6 15 a. m., Arrlvln at Caatunwja at 9 4i. No. 19 bonds maturing July 1,1657, will bo taken ia leave Chattanooga at 1 00 p. ., arriving at OakJale at 7.i6 v. u. of any of above. The denomination of the Mann UouJolr BuSet Sleeping Cars on !1 through trains. reserve bonds will be 11,000. The Commissioners the right to reject any or all bids. H. COLLBIUN, Qen'l Frt. A Pais. Agt JOHN C OAULT, Oen'I Manager, ") JOHN H. HILL. fi. X. KVAN, Asst. Oen'I l'rt. .V Hasi. Agent. ILCAKIlOLUOeri'itiupt.. Cim'irs. J. a. RODIN 'OS, W. YY. WELLS, superintendent, eouuriet, Uy. IVM.H. KISNAlP.D.j Lancaster, Ky , May J I, IM. General Offices, St. Paul Building, West Fourth Siret, Cincinnati, Ohio. 15 pay-me- ......MeiUian .....Vlcksburtf .. .. ....Jjbraveport. ,. ,T. P J unction.- - 2 35 a in 7 31 p m am . . o gctni-ccklslitiw- or v. Journal our souls washed through His most pre clous Blood." E;en thoM who ut e ' tb'e prayer contln ually little know its sacred import. E 'er in Jeans, Gko. O. Barnes. the Vote on a Constitutional Convention a Fraud. I To the Editor ol the Interior Journal. In accordancs with an act of the Legislature pasted at its I .ut session a yote is to be taken at the August election on the ques tion of calling a constitutional convention. Dj provisions of that act the officers of the The Act to Take GEORGE O. BARNES GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHINQ ELSE I'lliVISlD TI1JS LOllO. "Cakadome." (abreiated Latin for "Sweet ) Home"), Dkab a little since my last, sod titer a delightful election at each yoting precinct are rcquir week at the Wells Home, where eiery thing (rd to keep open from G o'clock A. M, until LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. that genuine kindness and hospitality could 7 o'chek r. M, a registration 1)3.k in do to make us comfortable whs done, we wbith they r to record the names of all John Dugan, known to many of your findoureelve for the remaining fire dtye persons voting in f.tvor of calling n con- readers as a pretty sleek clt'zsn, was arof our appointed stay in Georgetown, the Vinlu r. unit of thess voting against it, and rested at Williamsburg by our tfticient tjueatfl of Mr, Governor Robinson, and so- also the names of all persons in their presheritl and taken to Wolfe county to ant journing at her beautiful home, HUSTONViLLE, LINCOLN COUNTY, i oi cinct who are entitled to voto for represenwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmkvi M HA swer a charge of robbery in that county. hhotild bo um1 a few months More ronflnctnect. a mile out of the village. Her mansion and tative, but who do not vote on the constituBeans?, W. R. Ramsey tells us that he holds Is suspected that tbe festive tramp It Send for book " To M .Turin," nui. i fr ' home grounds lie in a picturrrque bend cf tion convention question. It is mado the ts ugly in our peace in his hand at this writing the polo that linxnricLU ltEi.iL.nvii Co At.ar.ta, Ox. exquisitely kept and for situ- duty o( all citinn entitled to voto at said has left his the K'khorn, territory. Sometime in tho winter a will Knock the senatorial persimmon at the ation almost unrivalled. Siurc the Gov- election, to go before the election ofikers ful wayfarer, worn and woe begone convention to bs held here on the loth ernor's death, which occurred only a few and came themselves to bs registered as a most decidedly "lean and hun )'nt. We presume, too, tbe nomination is aud with MT. VERNON, KVT. years ago, she has shown her good sense a; quilified voters. The officers of the elecmirre) olptirll), Thlit noir TrlM. gry look," halted and asked for employ- equivalent to an election, but can't we trength powilcr wliolpaonipoeu. A 'Morn rcouotnlm ivl well as christian grace, in putting her e!e tion are directed to certify the total numTbliold Mid lliurl l Mill uiiln He represented himself as a Sonth have the foolharditipss of the gone old than tba ordinary kinJt, and ran not l mIo gint hometn a pMcticil ue, instead of ber of vo'os relslerel, and the number ment. the multitude, of trat .short patty and rutin man anyway, ut to try companion with phxplite pow.lenlow Holdotilf Iu tlnln Hi fine reputation rtiirtx American, a painter by trade, but willing wrliiht alum or Jrr1l t MIin tn hi. tr ir'inf m. .u. . saiitliiu it out fr m oiher. in yioomy f.'iJ I'.ovai. Hakimii 1'owpks IV. for cilling a convention, aud to make to work in any nvccition He won sympa- ours rength and show our p'l.c'i wnatevcr rani. tf. f ,'U7fTTil, Pro'r. Itrt Wall Strwt. New York .ielfih exc 'iior; as is sa often done hi like dapUci'e carl'fisites of those facs, and to thy oil every xide; soon obtained a email may bs raid of our judgment cues. I commend her example far imita-lio- immediately send the registration book by C. M. Phillips, assistant stock claim job in painting, provsd himself a workman by other. Tnis is what she ha done mail to the Secretary of State, and to attach i.oi'is sniM:t;i:i,( for abundant agent of the L. A X, railroad was here the and had secured a pro'psct to render herself a benefactress in her comAND to tbe poll book business. the duplicate cerlifisate Last week he collected his dues, latter part of tho week. Gen. W, J. Lan a JKKfi, munity, instead of a ute'ew social excres- for election of State officer, which latter is ! avowedly for the purpose of payjng off his dram, of Lancaster, attended tbe closing cence. She has surrounded herself with to ba returned to them as now required by itiriMi'i.in Kmioci obligations and releasing his sureties. He days of court. John H. Carrier was electIUtId rentfd theuUbtoou Depot itrwt, I m younc, life, in the shape of 2'J or more "col law ed school trustee for this district, Saturday. prepared It., train and bresk horw on runit ie . Photographs in all tvlf changed his mind and ditted, leaving G. D. and lizoi Court diy trsde iwllcltM. lege boys," nice, well bred youn gentle Thee registration books are to er?e the Weatherford, J. B Green, John W. Reid J. S. Jackson, who has besn campaigning terini. County -,i riciures in ind a Ink Cmnn who at her country seat Sad a genu double purpose ot recording the names of men, Htiuloid, Kjr and others to mourn tbe failure of misplac- for three or four months in the star route Water Colors. ' me home, just at the time ther need it those voting in fwor of calling a conven service, is home, but will leave to morrow ed kindness. 'ImIhiii in I rtui ant M.l PEARSON & CLARK, most. Tbey make thing lively, of course. tion and of all person) entitled to vote, so ry D Carpen- for another month in Missouri, Iowa and The Pink Tea at Mr. John I'rti. Ml ! Their exhuberant spirit rins out io laugh that it may be determined "vhether or not ter's Friday evening last is reputed a hav- Kansas. Mrs. J., we venture to ad'), i unter and fua, but the ground are psciou a msjority of the legal voters in the State ing been eminently successful. The hot compromisingly mad and there is ample elbow room for a good have voted for a convention to amend the -- Charley R Brock, who for :l.e past LEXINGTON, KY. and hostess won the highest praise for their deal of noisy demonstration, such as col- Constitution. IhtroVrnl i,ptlitetaur.hrfMBr.Ml For the purpose of ascer- courteous and thoughtful attention to the five months has been a student at the State 1.1 U ia Main Htt'oitt. SIM) reward Mr lb. arrwt aod cnrlcHm.wi: M lege boys delight ic. The Governor's nu- taining the number of affirmatives votes wants of the guests. Tne company was College, Lexington, was ccmpelled to rell'lllojon tli. uKht bf tt,, .i merous out houses have been remodelled cast, the procedure prescribed by the act is ol7a large, lively and harmonious; and all got main over here as a wittms in the William and turned into o'zy and comfortable dor sufficient, but for determining the whole home without contact with highwaymen or Williams caie, while his class-- s were being uitorie; and such table fre and surround- number of legal voters in the State it is al- apparation from the unseen world. The oxamined, thus losing the examinations, mux st, iticnao.fi KV ings do not often falljto the lot of students together inadequate and falls far short of writer wa unavoidably ab'ent, having been but he has just returned from a trip to tbe at a public institution. Mrs Governir icseting the requirement of the constituB. eummoned to attend the closing exercises College and tells us his teachers were kind presides over the charming family circle tion that the General Asembly "shall proIwli! .'elirrr to mulir cmt.x.i.rt In Ua' l'or a good Tal-lschool at what is enough to gi7e him a private examination of Mis Alma Tompkins' "I iuin-i- j with truest matronly grace and takes pride vide for ascertaining the number of citi.fr ioiuii m AnJ ilean sr, well fumlihrd rmi, t'l.a Hu el generally known as 11 til's school house), as well as to compliment him very highly hn uo auperlor. 1inI saiuplo attach-!- . talking of :h' Spureom, the Websters zens entitled to vote for representative within Om eo-K- m Jul-l- r 1 00 upon his advancement. Charles is a very r daj 1 I'ountl. on that day. The athirwent off in first he has in training, in the State" It is a notorious fact that held and the Longfellow At?eriataluaj tbe c!"W of Mrh MoU rate style, the accomplished teacher adding bright and particularly studious boy and wbrti tuiUtmrr luita who in future days am to do honor to her custocmily more than one fourth of the we shall be disappointed if he does not to her reputation a a thorough, able, faithtf It V IIMIUOU Altogether, it is h care and kindne legal voters do not attsnd at the elections Hnd efficient icstructre'i; the'pupils by make his mark in this buy world of ours. LONDON, KV. delightful family psrty, into which astneyoccir So in a precinct where 500 ful CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Court adjourned at a qjirter to four their decorous department, promptitude F . B. RILEY, Propriotor. we have for a few days intruded; and "the votes are taken there would bs from 130 to o clock hiturday evening and visiting atand accuracy of work, mutual urbanity and 1 a.irA.sri:u, kv lines have fallen to us in pleaunt p'aces " 175 votes not in attendance, and their Tliuroiixlily Itriioantrtt mill Itrfur-iiUIkm- I torneys, litigants and witnesses have disI'lrl-rln- i Km re CAPITAL meeting the Gov names as well as the ntmei of those pres zeal for eschother's excellence, presenting a persed leaving - - $1:13,00000 tliroiiKlioiii. We had the pleasure o the town to raume its norpicture both beautiful and chsrminc; while Ituy mill ululit unit ronountlK ernor during our former mseting, five years ent must be ascertained aad record sd in the mal condition of pjace and quiet. But fnlimnrc met by polite Porter of thl the happy parents and pitrons were eviTbli Hank wlltlW airounlt of IndltlJuali. dr.. , ago, but he was quite an invalid then and registrilion book else the requirement of and corwralloni. tla facllltlra lor making rj . dently and justly proud of the success of little of importance was done after our last lioitulnr notion. did not long survive. This was a favorite the constitution will not bs c implied with. lecllsot. In allpartaoflbel'nlled suua, ar report. The cases of Bernard and Glass, chilwith him, and the stately for- What time and opportunity have the elec- their enterprise, tne promise of their spot of earth and euloiieri ar at all tlmra grant! ! dren and the excellence of their teacher. murder, were called and continued until any reatonable acromiuodalloLi tbey - proper est trees in the front lawn were planted by tion officers to discharge this duty? When tSe next term; so, after all, the next term This people have acted widely and set an toaik. Wa be,; to otlrr our wrtltM to tba eltl-e- n his own hand many years ago. His widow it is considered that they have to superin will necessarily begin with three murder o! nelghtrli cuuntln, wlibout Haollr, I aia now prepared to take ordrra for all kloji ol im- tend the S .ate election, decide all questions example which wouli. if imitated, elavate keeps it up and adds adornment and faelilliM, anl aatutt thrw that any lanuu w in both tbe pltntJ and will htTH thriu reair at anytime the question of elura hn in tbe county and ctses. Bills of exception to what he begun, in reverence about the legility of votes and perform, iu provement nvl inj it( ua ahtali al all time Ua praiapt oJ hltbti.l 4 Mr I " a are m Ilia Lukcr "even years-- ' and D'zey .ife senprove a priceless bo an to the entire comwarranted t be t ie Nit 'entlou for his memory, as well as for the gratificageneral, all their duties under the lawand tence cases have been filed and will gj to o. id i.t, munity. Being a small district the school i:ri.Asn. tion of her own ttite. She gives the stu- also recaive and record all votes oliired on "laniard fund was available only 'or three menths the Court cf Appeals dents an annual "reception," about the time the convention question, it will he obvious J II. IIHiDlSIMJTllAM. John Slavey, one of the marauders in the year, just long enough to starve the I.EWH Y. t.KAVKI.1., JOKL J. WAUKBR of their approaching summer holidays that they will havs very little time for inwho ''drunk and drexed up," boarded tbe generation of children. The J. W. t.orAN, DH.I.S.llUtliETT, J S JDH.S.'OV, Taat joyful occasion is just over, haying oc- quiring about absent voters. They would intellect of any UK. HCHHI.K. people have resolved to have a school of 10 train at Livingston list August and from T.M. AllSOMJ. curred last Friday, and I am aware of what need a good deI of time for reflection and nlMf-o.V- , to Pittsburg terroritsd train men and B (1. MUl.UN-- i OCULIST, JOS s there a transpired that charming moonlit night, inquiry to ascertain the names of tbe 1G0 months duration, to employ none but (etcher, and to pay a salary that will passengers by shooting off pistols and com DUODHEAD KY. every time 1 slip on the waxed lljors of th or 175 abnat voters even if tbey had nothOI'l'ICJillMi wisdom of milling other breaches, was tried and as aroad verandahs. The grounds were beau- ing else to do. Bat, really, it cin be al- secure the services of such. The Hai had inetperlenr of ofer rHUen yeri, and J. M llttidlNIIUrilAM.l'ltEsT. sessed a fine of $150 and 3 months in the baa treated tifully illuminated and everything went most demonstrtted that the law under this course is strikingly apparent, and their county jail. Main, Chumley and Barrett clal iiicmafullr jlien to bundrala of cm Hi. LRWM Y. LKAVRLU attantlon li tbe treatment ol all y school stands superior in without a tbe yea. Nam aod adJrma ot palUuli a marriage bell." Guests from which they are to act not oaly does not afJ f 3M!KKIt, CAHlllF.lt, "merry at were his accomplices and they apt-ea- r safe cured glrtn on application If doalred. ::0-B. K. Itl'DiON, TEUEi jurroundinz towns were not wanting, and ford them opportunity to ascertain and re- tbe ccuoty. Bjt the intelloctualjtreat was for tbe pen. Their cases come up at the not the only interesting part of the festival. we met our old friends Rsbett Evans and cord these name, but, rightly construed, A magnificent banquet, laid out on enowy next term. Main, however, has forfeited Andrew Whitley, of D.nville, who came up il does not allow them to record tha names his bond and skipped. The railroad man linen spread upon our native blue-grat- s to enjoy the party and doubtless "trip the of any except those who present themselves beneath the shade of the grand old forest agement, naturally, are well pleased at the fantastic" in doing so. We had the in person. It must bs borne in mind that action of an honest jury of Laurel county trees would have won an anchorite to exgreat pleasure also of meeting two of Biyle's all registering is to bs done from (3 o'clock and made a Mohammedan abjuro his in the Slavey matter. Court convened at v- -3 .i- loveliest maidns Misses Annie Cecil and a tt to 7 o'clo3"i p. m., aul that everyone cess ancient failh and acknowledge, with tears Williamsburg Monday where a three wetk llwiys dear to registering must be recorded as voting for "Tena" Worthingtoa of joy, the beauties of Christianity. For term will be held. bicause they like our gopel, and have b?en i cilltng convention, or as voting against A Radical Lie Explodtd b'.e.'sed by it. it or as not voting at all. Eiety voter has the correctness of thi I re'er to the Lynns, the Fences, the Jonese, the Hails and othOaeof the mo.t powerful reaaciu wrby a "field day" on Sunday. all of the election day in which to deterWe had quite ers, who proved their appreciation of the the republican ticket should be elected was mine whether he will vote on the convecThe capacity of the great court-roo- m Miss Tompkins left next August ia tho fact that Hon. James fully tested by tie congregation, afternoon tion question and how he will vote, if at entire entertainment. Master opened my ail, and therefore it would not be proper or Saturday for her home in Harrodsburg, W. Bryan has cringed his name from and night, and the dear lips to speak for HIM. In the two sermons hwfal for the officers to register him as having made an engagement to return and O'Bryan to Bryan without the 0'. Thi resume I waaenab'ed to go ovir the "stone o go', voliag i without consulting him) bafore coming her work at the beginning of tbe would ba a powerful argument if it were session. true, but it is not ttue, and the records of stumbling and the rock of oflence," with o trie ead of the voting period. They must GARRARD COUNTf DEPARTMENT.) T the Catholic church in the old country as of old, and to do It in such a wtit until 7 o'clock r m. before deciding many now, bare been examined and we have neu U.e Tray as plainly to ctrry the grext bi.k of that he ha3 failed orrefu'ed to vote; and at Lancaster. the audience with the TRUTH I was pre 7 o'clock the registration book, like the Toe children's m'siionary bind held letter from the Parish Priest where Jainej seating. I cm truly say that is all I want. regular election poll book, must bs closed the;r semimonthly meeting at the Chris- We. brother was btptiijd, and the family Toe sialbw .satisfaction of a victory in log jSJthatm more nimes cu be registered. tian church Wit night. T.ne meeting was name was opelled Brien. Ii anither rec oapors. Mowers. Agf Iiu- iiuKKios, Wngonn, JLnui- omicy is too pwr a prhs to strive for foe tivo elections -- ihat for State officers well attended and some delightful music ord it was spelled Bryan. Senator Bryan's father, like many thousand' of tha n Der, (X.O (jrivo Life is too nhort for that. But to get a hu and that in refjreocs tocilling a convenrendered. people of the prettiest isle of the sloughs of theology and tion -- proceed together, and when the one man soul out of the -- By invitation Eld G. W. Yancey on to tl'j terra Srcu of God is LOVE and ceises the other must cease also, The idea preached at the Fork Biplit church on seas, was not an educated man and he Nothing E.se, that is worth any eJort, any which has been advanced that the election S jnd iy afternoon. Oo next Sundays 11th, cared little for the spellirc of h name He officers, after the polls are cloted, may pro- Rsv. Mr. Humphries, pastor of the Baptist ctme to this country 10 ear his childien sacrifice. charming county ceed to enter in the registration book the church at this plao, will preach at the from tho misfortunes that had been his, Everything about this and he has "ticceeded in ralicc ti mature names of such persons as they have or can Grove Christian church. .is In the most exbuber.tnt 'ttte of growth The corn fairly laughs to think how well obtain knowledge of who are legil voters Miss Annie Streeter, of New Orleans, years two sor a who have attained honora-b'- e UKlLKni IN positions at the bir and in (olitics, If it is getting on Tne stand is even and as and have not attended, is altogether errone- ia visiting at Dr. Herring's. Mrs. Margaret . sear perfect as the firmer could desire. AH ous. Tney have no more authority to do Dunn and Miss Birdie Letcher, of Hender- the neighbors called the elder Bryan, Drugs, Books, Stationery and oun-- O'Brien or OTalligan orO'Mullican, until uv Vv'Iwb.j' vegetable nature smiles blandly, even to tbe this under the law than tbey would to luica. son, are visiting W. B. Mason; Eq. Miss - v,ij.'--"i"vri-- w Sr Utile creepers that surmount the fenca- and record votes in the contest for Mattie EogIeman,of Stanford, was visiting he accepted it, it Is no discredit to tbe sons .1 .l (irea.,1 iptlona aicurately to hunt up tbe old family name and return t'bTilclam' ponts and look over the top in an impudent State officers after tha hour of closing the at Dr. Huffmrn's last week. Alio la HlAmtt JMHpfW &mmmmmP jKMAnFaUL. 4b a a. to it. This they bare done and (here is This language of the law, "The ly inquiring way, as if they bid just climb- polls. illft P?TZ9i&aHn' Llge Burnside told a remarkable story ed up for the purpesa of surveying tbeland-scap- e officers of the election shall have said regis- Sunday of it mail carrier in the mountains, no discredit about it, and thus one great tration book open for the recording of who carried the mail on foot. He saved reason why tbe republican ticket should be and to nod at passing travelers. elected, has been removed. Lt the world The Largeet 8tock of Watches, (Honks, of the "Christian" Church, names Between tne nours ol u o clock A. ir., about two miles of his journey by utiliz Bro. Faulds, ,rCr-lisl- e move on and God save old Ireland. Jewelry and Silverware He boards and 7 o'clock r. m,," definitely and unmis- ing a grape vine which bad climbed to the fins been specially kind to us. Mercury. at the Wells'Houss with his excellent wife, takably fixes and limits the time for regis- top of a tree on the banks of a gorge about drunkenness, or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by Krer bought to tbta raarkrt Trtoei lw-.- r than the Loweat. Watchea. Clocks and Jswalrr H- and shows us every attention. We broke tering to the period it specifies, 500 feet deep aud 100 feet wide. He just administering Dr. Hainei' Oolden Specific. palrd nn ahorl nntlro and Tbe efdect of the law will bs as it was cut oS the yine at the ground and would psople Sunday morning, as bread with bis ItcanbeRtreit In acupot coffee or teanlth-rtlia knowledge of tho person taking tt, "Jur peo'pfe fiid u3 tervicjs, and he would doubtless intended to ba to count just swing over the yawning chasm, mail and a speedy and tKTinanent cure, whether all, tie tbe vine on that side and awing llio patient Is a modenite tit Inker or uu alcome go into the pulpit with him and such voters, and no others, as happen to athave tend the election, and to take their aggre- back again on bis return. KiUl holic wreck. Tlioui:tuUs of drunkard have take part in the services, which I did, read been made temperate men who hate taken tho number as the true aggregate number Brother Barnes preicbed at Dripping Oolden Specific In their coffee without their in the scriptures and leading In prayer gate In the State, and upon that SpringsSunday A. M. and evening and Will knowledge, and bollevi they quit drink-tniAmong the grand reformations that Alex of legal yoters their own free. will. No harmful ellcct Campbell was instrumental in bring-ro- g basis determine whether or not a majority Barnes, his gifted son, in the afternoon. results from Its administration. Cures guaranander of all the voters have voted for calling a There was a large crowd present to hear teed. Send for circular and full particulars. about, none of them can excel In bless And when this Is done the them from Laurel, Rockcastle, Madison, Addres in confidence tl Ooi.hk.v of tha weekly obseryance convention H UtOf log the restoration ..!.... fllilf. how I wish sentiment of at least 73,000 legal voters in Lincoln and Garrard counties. At each of the Holy Communion. Oh, tha State will have been disregarded and in service, from the time Miss Marie touched they could only understand the full import give health of body; efisct nullified and the provision of the con- the keys of the little organ, until the beneof tbe broken bread to holiness of life aheid. stitution making the expressed wish of a diction was pronounced the audience sat WTien Ilabj wm sick, w gars her Cutoria, ib of the wine to give VThen aho u a Child, ahe criml for Castorla, In her liturgy, msjority of the citizsns a prerequisite to patiently upon the very hard seats provided As "the Church" has It LORD, so calling a convention, will have been inten- for the occasion. Bat people can afiord to When sbs became Mlsi, aha clon to Cattorta, -Urant us, therefore, gracious TYben aha hvl Cblldrso, sbs jars thorn Caitoria. Jesus Christ tionally violatjd. Toe object of that prt stand upon their feet to heir Bro, Birne S to eat the flesh of Thy dear m of the constitution is to make euro that it Everyone waa pleaded with Will's sermon ,nd to drink His Blood, that our sinful shall not be amended except by the voice of He will be a great prjacher All the family may be made clean by His Body and Sodies ab-iufoot-prin- Interior CieorRetow n, May 31, 1S3 J We barechanged bsee near a msjority, while tbe object of the net under consideration is plainly to eccure its amendment by the action of a minority. Tne wholo thing is n cheat, a fraud, n con temptible piece of juggleiy from beginning to end. It purports to bean act to ascertain two facts, viz: First, how many vot ers itestre a convention' ajconu, now many legal voters are there in the State, But it Is so framed as to certain only one of those facts the first one and as to Insure a failure to ascertain truly the other one. It is a scheme to avoid finding the truth while pretending to search for It. I have my opinion of a legislature that would piss and of a Governor who would approve such a law, but as my vocabulary is nut adequate to express that opinion to my satisfaction I withhold it. J B. Lincoln County, June 1, 'S7. aro looking well and are bsyond question the best contented and happiest people we havo seen since well, since we saw them They rcmaiu at the Springs until the loth or lGth when they go to Klrksvllle, Madison county, for alittle while. ltvat. NOTES. frfWlg W MOTHER f3 Hays and wife, of your city, are attending the meeting. E. H. Burn-side- , , wife and Miss Pearl were present. Oit party is laying for Llge's scalp because of his prevarication concerning the toad from tbe Springs to Crab Orchard . We give him fair warning to watch out. Dud Cowan enjoyed the day immensely. Mr. Cam Ei H fcEU lHklMS ! makes 1 3E s!a POWD ' g Absolutely Pure, n ton v-'in- n Livery, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE I'lIOTOUlCAl'f "" Wholesale Grocers tt v-Ht 100 I5KWAI5IM x: a- WILLIS HOUSE. J. WILLIS, Propriotor. ro-i- ICE! ICE! ICeT Out icr p?r-fe:t- ly, JACKNOX 1IOUN12, or rir. l'LANTN j. s '. .- lt xi mcn'oitxi first-clas- P nr t I- - 3SC- - BRUCE uj r u) Dealer in jiiuiiii'fl. ii Goaoraliy. plomonts icultural ilowr-trodde- iiiin a call. WMkf&. M'Alistef rd , hil PHARMACISTS, ( riS $Mk& S4. conii-jun-- JEWELERS- ' 'I r' I Wrntl ut Wall Paper, rn ' i- 'i y ot Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEARENT,