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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887061001 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. Senti VOL. XVI. - II Ill f r nktim lonttmL Ma STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1887. NO. 236. BOOM BOOM f BOOM BOOM ii 1 1 (But not in Heal Estate.) N n?TJJEZ,jJI Gkk.S XDXlSCO"V"EPtEID But not to be Found in this. I I In these days of Booms, frauds and deceptions are practiced upon unsuspecting public, but as the undersigned is loo 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: 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 WI1ERKAS, 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 arc 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 i & SHOES, HATS k CAPS, FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, &C., &C. I AT PRICES that will be the talk for 100 miles around Stanford. PROFITS will be out of question. IT WILL BE SIXTY DATS' WORK FOR THE GLORY ! And for the benefit of everyone that leaves his dime or dollar with D. KLASS. It will he 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 mc, 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. COMPARE THESE WITH OTHER nVEEIaEIAIsrTS7 PRICES Good Lawn Beat Lawu Good Calico Beat Indigo Blue Calico. Good Bleached Cotton. Fruit of the Loom Lonsdale Green Ticket. Good Brown Cotton..... Beat Plaid Cotton Beat Dreea Ginghams. Beat Apron Ginghama. Good Bed-ticking I " S " Gh " (5 " Si " 8J " 5 & t; 2 5 centa per yard " " " " ' ' i 8J 8 it " " " " " " Beat Feather Ticking Good Indigo Blue Cottonade.... Beat Turkey-reTable linen.... Nice line of Batiate, yard wide. Nice lino Satinea Beat Brown Sheeting, 10 I Beat Bleached Sheeting, 10 4 .. AlMiueu Towels large size Ladiea' gauze veata Men'a gauze under shirts Good drill drawera Ladiea' front lace calf'shoea d 1G " " 114" 10 " 19 " 22 " 40 " 50 " 2o " 25 " 30 81.23 per 13" ii ii pair each pair Ladiea' front-lacshoea Ladiea' kid button shoea Ladiea' toe slippers Ladiea' kid Newport ties Ladiea' custom-madbutton shoea Good jeana pants jeana panta Men'a nice suits Blue flannel suita Children's nice suita Men'a nice hata e e All-wo- 1.00 " 1.25 ' 75 centa $1.00 per 2.00 to 84 33 per 81.33 " 5,00 7,50 2.00 50 to $3.00. 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 he 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. D -- CJLj!L.iSli5l mmwjpwMM Simi-- M lec!il $nleriar$oiinraI Stanford, Ky., - Jano 10, 1887 W. P. WALTON. DOUBLE NUMBER. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. F x Gotki.nor-SIMON BOLIVAIl ES BUCK-E- ot liart County. LlEDiiJiAJii Govkhsor-JAMof Kenton county, Mercer county. Acciior-FAYET- TE W. BHYAN, V. Attobskv Oensral P. county. Tkisuber-JAMES HARDIN, of oi HEWITT, IUrdln W. TATE, ol Woodford county. SUrKBlNTEMJENT OF PUBLIC I.NSTBCCrlON. JOSEPH DESHA PICKETT, of Payette county. Register or the Land Office -- THOMAS U. COBBETT.ofMcCucken county. LKGisLtii'BK-D- r. J. D. PETTU, county. Lincoln J. W. Guest's Terra .Cotla will run again next Thursday at St. LouU and is expected to win the Charles Green stake. Albert Turner, representing the old establishment of Rippy & Co , Lawrenceburg, y. was in town Col. B G. Boyle, asgeneral manager of the Kentucky sistant Union railroad, is visiting Danville friends. Wesley Withers, a colored boy about IS years old, was committed to jail Wednesday, charged with trespass, in that he without permission drove a horse last DeN07ES OF CURRENT EVENTS. cember belonging to a young man named Knox. Herman, the magician, died Wednea- John Sims, colored, was convicted on day at Carleabad, aged 66 years. Wednesday of giying a person under 21 During an electric storm in Cincinnati years of age a drink of brandy and fined this week ovei 100 telephones were burned $50. County Judge G. F. Lee refused out. Sims' request to be tried before a jury of John Conley, an Illinois wife murderer, bis own color. killed himself in jail by cutting his throat Foster Garnet and Jack Denny had a with a piece of glass. fight Tuesday night on 2J street, when The great philanthropist, Hon. W. W. Denny was rather badly cut by Garnet, who Corcoran, suffered a paralytic stroke at his has not been arrested, but sent word to the neighbor, the Advocate, home in Washington Monday. d Our authorities that he would come in and A locomotiye on the Baltimore & Ohio in speaking of prohibition in politics, says: stand trial if they would not put him in temperance legislation near Chester, Pa., exploded killing 12 perThe only successful jail before the trial. is that which is based on a powerful public sons and wounding many others. The commencement exercises of Caldeentiment, and this eentiment is to bo seIt is claimed by Key West physicians well Bell College ended Wednesday evening. tho established that the disease is not yellow fever, but cured, not by antagonizing The graduates are Miases Martha Hack-ley- , political parties from which its strength merely a malignant acclimating fever. Lincoln county; Jessio Rodman HubDuring a thunderstorm near String-tow- n, must be drawn, but by argument and rabard, Hodgenville; Eugenia Pulliam, Shel Texas, Mrs. Peebles and her infant tional appeals to minda unbiased by polit-lr- l by City and Lucy Donehy, Dmyille. The nrt iudic3 and uartv adherence. This were killed by lightning as they lay in bed . first and last named read the salutatory and The grocery store of George Mison, ever been tho Advocate's position, and has valedictory. Music by George's orchestra, the more we see the workings of temperance colored, at Nicholasville, was blown to atof Lexington. the more strongly oms Tuesday night and he and his family legislation in Kentucky, The closing exercies of Mrs. Ella Dt we are confirmed in our opinion. We do barely escaped. Duke's school took place Tuesday evening The Supreme Court of Tennessee, in a8 not understand why democrats, who are beginning at 8 o'clock. There was prayer democrats from principle, can think other- term lasting nine weeks, cleared up a dockby Rev Green Clay Smith followed by the wise. 810 cases, a good example for et containing chorus, "Shaking of the Hands" in which barbecue business proposed by tho our lazy set at Frankfort. The the whole echool participated. Miss Pinkie The attorneys' fess in the go7e mm ent' State Central Committee is all right, but Helm, daughter of G. T. Helm, of June we would suggest that a further good plan suit against the Bill Telephone Company tion City, itnx a song called "A Bird in and the total speakers to the mountain already approximate would be to send Hand," which was enthusiastically applaud counties on court dayp, who can fire the expenses about $130,000. ed. There was an address by Master Green At Clarendon, Ark., a negro was taken popular heart and bring out a full vote in Clay Smith and the evening's entertainAugust. The people of that section are from jail and lynched by a masked mob. ment closed with the cantata "Parting or privilege to a great extent of He had attempted rape upon the aunt of denied tho the Crown of Reward" with Miss Anna reading the daily papers and the weeklies theSherifl of the county. Bell Carpenter, of Cdeey county, as Eva. At Franklin Parish, La., Mandy Hen find but a small circulation there. For this The school room w.s densely crowded and that the good derson was stabbed to death by her, four sis teason it is more important many visitors were unable to gain admitdoctrine of democracy shall be ,preached to ters because she deserted her husband Had tance. The examination showed that the them, and we hope that the committee will went to live with another man, pupils had given close attention to their David Gojolin was hanged at Pemsee to it that men who know what they are studies and showed also Mrs. Duke to be talking about shall be sent to address broke, Ojt , for the murder of Mrs. Wher- NOTES. enthal, whom he killed because she refused them, J. Joseph beat them all running. Hab an excellent teacher. Marksbury let down at the quarter pole. The Court of Appeals refusas to take up to vacate his house or pay rent. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Near Huron, Dak., in order to settle a Bro. Yanceyoutjumped everybody. R. H Patterson's case before its summer vacation Wanted -- Eicon, by T. R. Walton. and of a constquence it goes over to the dispute about a tree, Simon Nelson shot Batson isfine at leap frog. Cnpt. MikeSal-tertol- d Jeff Jones sold to Downton & Fox, of Bo be will not be hung July 1, and killed Mrs. Shaw and hereon and sisthe children stories. Sam Miller fall term. came ofljbest in the slugging match. Geo. Boyle, a sorrel gelding for $125. nor will Turner, whoee life will have to be ter. He then blew out bis own brains. There is an annoying issue in the Ma- Bettis was too lazy to do anything but eat, prolonged in order that his testimony may W.H.Miller bought of H.T.Noel It is this kind sonic Grand Lodge of Missouri on the li- Everybody is going next year. The chil- bis herd of Holstein cattle, 0 in number, for be had against Patterson. of delay that makes the people want to take quor question. A measure has been adopt- dren ail enjoyed the train ride more than $810, the law in their own hands, and in yiew of ed directing the expulsion of all members anything. Josh and John Jones have sold their Miss Mollie Burdett has returned home crop of wheat at 70 cents, delivered at it the mobs, which tried to hang the mur of the order engaged In the liquor business, Grover Cleveland is the only man liv- from quite an extended visit. While away Junction City as soon as can be harvested. derers of Jennie Bowman, become more and ing who was elected President. R. B. she sawjPeacbM, whom she scarcely recogmore excusable T. C. Jasper has sold 105 acres of his Hayes is the only living ex President, and nized, as he is so tanned by exposure as to farm at Mt. Sileni to J. J. McKinney for of Mrs. Lucretia Munday, who TnE case Hannibal Hamlin is the only living man resemble a mummy. His health, however, $4,000 and 120 acres to Cicero Reynolds at poisoned her husband to secure the $30,000 t. who has been Louisville fa good. Mrs. Lessune, of Danville, is $11:50 per acre. inaurancB on bis life, has again been postat Joseph Weisiger's. Alonzo Hay, About 80,000 pounds of wool haye been Lexington. The crime was com. Times, poned at In Cincinnati Frederick Bawer shct who has-beat home for several weeks, bought by the dealers of this city and counWoodford and her pirtnsr in it mitted in UBervingallfe term in the penitentiary i Pauline Bogenschuer and a Mrs. Zill and left yesterday for Richmond. H Burnam ty during tbe present season; the average then himself, The women will probably Price, an employe of the Central Journal and price paid being about 21 cts Winchesbut it is evident that with continuances, bet Bawer is dead. At Sharon, correspondent of numerous dailies, leaves ter Democrat. changes of venue and other arts known to reciver, Pa , Joseph Harrison shot his brother-in-laSaturday for Uelenwood, Tennessee, where Mr. Allen Beazley showed a beautiful the criminal lawyer, Mrs. Munday's plan Thomas McKay, dangerously wound- he will go into the printing business, J, B. yearling filly here Monday by Farris' Sil has already u to wear her case out. It ing him. He then shot himself and cut Johnson and wife are visiting the latter' ver King, She is a bright bay and if there coat the Statd $30,000 and over. hie throat. parents in Iowa. Mrs. B. Ballard is visit- is anything in appearance she will bo heard From a gentleman who has bsen oyer Rowan county comes to the front again ing at Bryantsville. M. D, Hughes, Esq., from in the future. some of the territory that Bradley has this time with a triple killing. Marshal edited the Central Journal ono day this Smith & Anderson bought about 800 deluged with his "fiery eloquence" we learn Mannin, of Morehead, went with a party to week. He says he felt quite at home. Hugh acres of wheat Saturday at from 05 to 70 that the impression prevails that he is arreet Jack and Bill Logan, sons of the no- M, Grant, of this place, goes to Danville on cents: They also bought of G.M.&J. A. a.akinz a weak and puerile canvass disap torious Dr. Logan, uow confined in jail at next Wednesday, where he will read a Lee 1,000 bushels of old wheat at 78 cents. pointing to his friends and gratifying to his Lexington for conspiracy to kill, and was poem before the alumni association of CenDanville Advocate enemies. fired upon. The fire was returned and tre College. The alumni oration will be The oldest horse in America is said to A "mioger" Commonwealth's Attorney both the; Logans were killed. Mannin was ueuvereu oy uon J. u, ujiuti, ot rntia-delphi- ba in the possession of a gentleman in Chil G. S. Greenleaf received a tele- li, Illinois. Forty-ninwas elected in the Norfolk, Va , district last fatally wounded. years ago he wsb a In Fleming county, John Fields, a gram Wednesday from St, Louis, inform- colt two years old and was purchased from week, the first man of his race ever chosen to a like office in the State. Material seems farmer, shot his wife and one of his sons, ing him of the dangerous illness of his tho Indians. He is fed corn bread and bran to be running short in the erstwhile proud killing them instantly, and desperately brother Will. Up to this writing nothing mash, as he is toothless. wounding another son. Fields then cut bis further has been heard. Jabn E. Green-lea- f old State. For8ale. An extra good Jersey cow and wife, of Richmond, went to St. in full milk her two year old heifet due wouldn't do to eay that the treasurer own throat and died. There had been difIt ferences between Fields and his sons in re- Louis Wednesday night to attend his bed to calve this fall and her yearling heifer, of tha Kentucky Dsntal Association is a him a Canine as gard to the title to certain land and the side. We sincerely hope the next news I offer these animals because I don't need dog, but you can call wife had fivored the eons, causing a separwill be that Will is all right again, Mrs. them and they will be sold at a barga much as you wish, because that is his ation and much hard feeling. M, E. HolmeB is at the bedside of her W. H. Miller, Stanford, Ky. Dr. J. F, Canine, sir! name Commonwealth's (Attorney went to Jim Bryant's store him the vilest epithet, came en I in Recorder Walton's court Wednesday, when he fined the belig-eraattorney $1 and cost. The pistol carrying charge was answered with a pardon from the governor, who promised in his inaugural address not to pardon before conviction. They are a nice lot all around. of Bronaton, who and applied to to a fareical and confident of hi ability to "get away" with him in argument, Bill Bradley has exhibited a ridiculous anxiety to have him meet him on the stump. But the yaliant Billy (pills when a man he thinks his equal asks to divide tima with him and stubbornly and unmanfully refines the Gen. Watt Elurdin nppeueJ at Etii neoce where Bradley was advertised to speak Monday and proposed a joint discussion but he not only refused but spoke against time so as to prevent Hardin from being heard at all. Bradley knows that Hardin in loaded to the guards with facts and to refute his falacious arguments and false statements, about the State finances, and he dare not permit him to present them. Were he to do eo he would be proved a falsifitr, his stock speech of misrepresentations knocked in the head and he himself left without a single issue to base bis alFor inleged eloquent remarks upon. Bradley, although his fUtonient stance Mr. has been bratidei by the Courier Journal as false, coatinues to state that the S'ate deficit amounts to $SOO,000 when the Auditor, who ought to know, Bays it is but $190,-28- 5 52. He charges that the public printing costs $41,000 a year, when Dr. Woods, the Public Printer, says it has averaged lees than $18 000 a year. Other statements as far from the truth have been shown yet Bradley continues to mouth his charges and like the man who said hishoree was 17 feet high, he sticks to them knowing that his purpose is better subserved by mendacity and double dealing than by a fair and square discussion of the real state of affairs. fie-urclear-heade- Satisfied that Oen. Buckner is no orator We are in receipt of a letter from the Chairman of the Democratic Stale Centr tl Committee, Col. S.Q. Sharp, asking us to extend a hearty invitation to the democracy of Lincoln and the suirounding counties Kentucky Dtrbecue, to "An or Democratic Love Feast," to bo hold at Woodland Park, Lexington, on WednesToe letter continue;: day, June 15th. "This will be tho opening event of our Stato campaign, at which wo hope and expect to gather in Urge numbers the democracy of the State, The crowd will be entertained by speeches by Gen. S. B. Buckner, Hone. James B. Beck, J. C. S. Blackburn, John G. Carlisle, W. C. P. Breckinridge, James A. McKenzie and many other prominent democratic speakers of this State. We shall have with us on that occasion a num-b- ?r of distinguished gentlemen from the North as well as South, who have bsen invited and are expected. The Hon. Jos. E. McDonald has accepted an invitation and will certainly be here; also many others of national famo." For the occasion 10 beeves and 10d sheep will bo slaughtered, 1,000 hams boiled and 20,000 loaves of bread served. It will ba the grandest thing of the kind ever attempted and every democrat who can should go and enjoy the feast of good things and the flow of reason. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lancaster. The terms ot tho schools of thoje ex cellent young ladies, Misses Sallle and Amanda Anderson, having expired, they are visiting their many friends in and about mother, Mrs. Damans, in the upper part of the county. It io thought Mrs. Burnam cannot recover. DRIPPING SPRINGS. JOB T. WATERS. JOHN P. DAVIB. WATERS & DAVIS, Doulors In Lancaster. Revs. Dudley, of Georgetown, and Fred Hale, of Louisville, will assist tho pastor, Rev. Humphries in ordaining young Charles Reid on the 15th, at tho Baptist church in this city. We were shown a few days since a chicken with four perfectly formed legs. Unfortunately it diedi What a fried of chicken that would bs. Four legs means four drumsticks to every chick. Yum! yum! G. D. Bettis, master of trains, informs me he will begin running a stock train from Rowland to Covington to morrow, Saturday, and after that every Tuesday and Saturday; train will leave Rowland at 11:45 in the morning. George D. Bardelt & Co. wish to remind their customers that their accounts will ba due July 1st, and they hope to see a rush upon the part of said customers to pay up. It is right and just that the mon ey be forthcoming. The Owsley Rifles, under the skillful management of Captain W. J. Kinnaird, are making rapid progress in drilling. On Tuesday night they were stimulated by the presence of many of our fair women, who enjoyed the drill immensely. The five Biker sisters, consisting of Mrs. America Walker and Mrs. Wade II. Walker, of this county: Mrs. Prosier, of Knoxville, Tennessee, and Misses Al and Pattie Baker, of Carlinvilte, Illinois, bad a reunion at Jesie Doty'a one day this week . Lambs are Belling at 5 cents per pound for June delivery; B. F. Robinson is buying. Corn meal is selling in Lancaster at 65 cents per bushel. Hab Marksbury thinks wheat will be worth 75 cents. The wheat crop is not looking eo well for the last week. The Lancaster Building and Loan Association is on a boom, Eighty fire shares have been sold by Mr. John Logan, one of the directors, this week. This is a savings bank for the poor and a good investment for the rich. Let everybody take some stock. Our friend J. Alex Doty is laying for your devil's scalp. It was not he who made the money on the Kansas City property, as printed, but Alex R. Djnny. Mr Doty says that since the publication his kinsfolk are about to eat him outof houe and home. He threatens a damage suit. The race for echool trustee was run from end to end last Saturday. At the close of the polls it was found that Major R. Kinnaird had beaten his competitor by a handsome majority. If the Major takes a notion for Congress, McCreary had best look out. The Major is a racer. Ms. and Mrs. W, C. Wheritt, of your city, paid.Lancaster a flying visit Tuesday. Mr. E. W. Morrow, who has been eo long with J. C. Thompson, our jeweler, has resigned his position with Mr. Thompson and will go into the same business ou his own hook. He will have a space at the drug store of R. E. McRoberts. Mr. Morrow's place will be taken by Mr. Griffin, of Louisville. The second annual picnic of the Lin was casterJChnstian Church Sunday-schoo- l heldjon Tuesday in Sam Stone's beautiful woodland, near Richmond. The parents and children met at the church at half-pas- t seven in the morning and from there marched to the tiain where special coaches had been provided for them. Arriving at tho grounds every one turned himself looec and enjoyment was the order of the day, Jumping, running, baee ball, &c. were all indulged in. There was plenty to eat and plenty of water to drink, Mrs. Stone also furnished a barrel of lemonade, which was highly appreciated by all. On the whole it was an enjoyable day; ao say those who were there. The Grayson W3r Gazette says that while the wis raging, wild horses could not have dragged Billy O'Bradley within sight of an armed rebel. You are mistaken, Ciptain Gruelle, Bradley is the bravest man on top o'theeirth. You don't know, we suppose, tnat for intrepid courage displayed in recruiting for the Thtrty-twosterhe was promoted at one fell bound from a private in the rear ranks (very far in the rear), to Major General? Well it's a fact and we can prove it, s, Besides the "Barnes troupe" there are among the sojourners at this watering placo the following persons: Mrs. Gov. Cantrill and eon, Mrs. Donnally and Miss Bottle Bradley, of Georgetown; Mr. W. 9. Ferguson and sister, Miss May Ferguson, Miss Fleecie Cook and Miss Dovie Harris, of Lancaster; Mr. J. C. Hays and wife, Mr. S. W. Givcns and Mr. J. M. Wray and wife, Our stock of Stanford; Mesdames Gibson, Parks, Em-brSmith and Little, cf Richmond and Madison, and many more are to arrive today and The weather has been lovely, tho meetings splendid, the water never better and everybody happy and contented. Mrs, Gov. Cantrill is so pleased with the place that she hB engaged the "Governor's Lodge" for a month and has written for a number of friends to join her heie. Two services are held each day by Bro.'Birnea and his son Will. Tho morning service is at 11 o'clock and the evening at 3 o'clock. Mr, Slaughter has advertised a Grand Gospel picnic for Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12, to which everybody is invited and all who desire to do so can bring their dinners. The last day's meeting will be on Wednesday, June 15th. Let everybody come. Don't forget that the grandest picnics of the season will be on July 21 and 1th and that the Italian band will remain all thoeeason. MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. - ... O CO e, - STANFORD. KY. is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven tbe cloteit of close buyers. Come to sbo ns early and often. m P GO co 3 - H W 3 CO Gfl P T on CO O a ot- m p to 2 . i cd do hi CO CO 6j a rt Hi o i i is GO S ? ' HP CLhS rz p M d tr 3 c3 2 DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT t m q " o o O The esse m 9 CO T. R. WALTON, Gito(ji:it, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. I Iiiivo a Hpluiidhl ntoclc of tho following C'ooiIk Glass-- , Tin- - and Quoous-ware- , and Grass Scytliosand Snaths, Buggy Whips, all pricos, Picklos in bulk and in botBush, Wood tles, Boautiful Flowor Pots and Baskots, Extracts, Lomon and illa, California and othor Goods. Mark VanCan-no- d T. R. WALTON. lUrJIn.Utc ofMontlccllo, Clerk. vie-itin- g en WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, a. WALL PAPER, -- AT M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S mtmi VOL. XVI. Stmi4fittcehlii$ntm0r $pnrmd II o'clock the "faco of the earth" Wit CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1887. COUNTY. lit fj at 7 10? LONDON, jILI l 1 NO. 236. DRUG STORE FOR SALE ! and Judge J. D !L!hA,.T't l.own Elegant Fixture. Smlth-t- ha latter s.lmltli..l nt tho last term anil a Dice, clean !n. htoclc of Druci. .tpply lo tua of our court have formed aco partnership EJUorot this paper. for the practice of law. -- Our neighboring town tf Williamsburg 3.DU UAY energen nprinn SK or new ami popular publications. Indulsrd in a snlili. -' ontprlnlnmont M.in vaMlnir mrmour and avkIii... ..Hlin.a ..v.. Liberal '""""J given. nay nignt, consisting ol war roDgs, airniy Teachera, .tuJcntt and other., desli log permanent etaploymont thouhl adilro-- s at ones K. ADAMS drills, etc. Judge V. Boreing and da Ugh-- 1 ,i Co., 11 I'alace Hotel Dultdlng, Cincinnati, O. J2J ter, Miis May, and J. C, Gill and wife were among thoae present from thia place. -- W. L Brown, R. L Ewell, W.R Ram. SOMEUSKT, KV., sey and J. W, Jone, Eqa , are nttendirg II. II. IIICIXK Li:r, - PROPRIETOR. court at Williamsburg. E litor G. A. Den ham, of the Williamsburg 'lime, pased Thli Hotl line in evarr nsipect ant Is fitted through here the other day en route to up in excellent ityle, Tlie table .hill always ba .uppltod with the dellciclei ot the ason and the Towa on atar route busices-tooms clean and comfortable. Kito.il. 53 per day. Eld J.G. Litingaton cloaod hia meetings hero Tuesday morning with a bapt'z KsiUh Ee;ort at Alo Spring leg and eight additions. Much good teems Having built anew ant comrnodloua liouso at to follow the tfforta of this excellent exA'- m Springs, Boyle county, I will open It to the pounder of Christ's gospel and the church public eti here will not give him up ea long as it can 3IOXWAY, JOA'E 1STII, 1SS7. retain him. This Is one ol the moit delightful and deservedCorbin, the starting for the Cum ly popular summer resort. In America. Five berland V.dley railroad, is enjoying a thun kinds ol medical waters, ot unexcelled curative powers. 1'or circular gltln? terms, etc address derofaboom; a terrific thunder storm it. ll.llOWAMt. Alum spring', Kj. striking the vicinity Monday afternoou. i Two houses were badly damaged by lightPOPLAR LOGS WANTED ning and three persons badly injured. There ia no accounting for these railroad towns ' I want to contract tot 60 of Poplar when they do start Logs for Immediate shipment l.ojs to l;3 strictly Mies Eva Faris was kicked by a hoias No, 1, Yellow l'oplar, Ireeol shake, date, large Or unsound knot., to bo cut 9 feet long, IS to 30 and badly crippled Tuejday evening. C. Inches diameter and loaded on cars. I will re3 place to nt Pit Reid, Manchester, is visiting in this ceive bid. lor and or more Wben loaded. a In mak- nald for be ruenurod ay how soon logs can be Jfverd. city. J. N. Robinson, the jeweler, has been I i"w will receive lo at any station on Kuoxvllle some days replenishing Branch of L. A K. Address, in A. C. SIXV, Stanford, Ky. his stork and combining pleasure with bus Ineis. Ham Gains ia just out from a eevere a a insTiN. it. pebkixs. case of flux. Emory Faris spent several Huodukid, Kv , May, ls57. days in Louiayille thia week. J. D. Yadon Albright Martin beg to Inform their many friends and customers ol ho change in firm name left Tuesday night for Tennessee and to on buaineis for Alcorn & Craft, atar MJLKTIX A PEICKIX8. routers. Toe new firm hopta not only to sustain the repAn exceedingly amusing incident tool utation of theold, but Intends to make many im- provement. in the manufacture ol tobacc3 which place in tbo Unitley Circuit court Monday, be to the interest ol our customers. Wo will our Natural Leaf brandi as told by J. W. Jotei. One of Whit- - devoteapee'al attention to Thanking you fjr past of Kentuck7., bjjt Ieaf ley's CltlZiCS waa brought to the bar for the favora and asking for a continuation of your trade, illegal sale of spirituous liquors. He show-- 1 jtSTrntfarkuKiXS. ed considerable panitence and Judge Boyd indicated that upon receipt of a promise I GUAbND that he would abjure the business, he felt, and inclined to permit the indictment to be fil-- 1 TC V dT" fHT -- fc ed away; and turning to the clerk the judge! - asked that official to awear the mac; meanFair Grounds, Sotuor.ot, Ky., ing, of course, to "give true and perfect an-- ! ewers." The clerk, who up to this time -had been busy amidst a multiplicity of or Trotting Itacev. ders for continuance, etc., aroje and told the rural rustic to hold up hia band. The Merchants Purae, tor foal of '35 Must be right arm immediately went up, the index 25 CO finger pointing solemnly towards heaven. Ho,el I'uraeforfoalaof'8l;aamocondlttona. 25 00 Purae when the following oath was administered: Three Minute Clan. I'arsa 2500 50 00 Freeliir All. Purse "You do solemnly swear that you will nev-- . Mile heats, 3 in t, except Menhauti Purse, er sell another drop of whisky, for and dur-- watch is.' in 3. llunnlng ltacet: ing the period of your natural life, so help ' e olds, best 2 heats, for 2 and you God!" to which, with a graceful bow, rurse J 23 CO In 3 100 CO the rural rooster assented, Toe laugh was lK talle. nuy age, best 2 iu 3. Purse Hacking Usci: on the clerk and shook Whitley's new 5 10 00 Hall mile; best2in3. Purae court house from c. lo c. ( This joke must Mule Bace: J 10 00 be seen to be appreciated; that is, Jim Jone? Half mile, best 2 In 3. Purse All furscs divided tat "5 per cent; 2d 2$ per must be seen telling it j Entrance fee 10 per cent; to fill; 3 to surt. Kntrtes close June 2.5, 1857. The Democratic State Central Cdcituit A g'and display of r'lroworki to be glvaa at tee has divided the State into 15 campaign night. t.ood band in attendance day anl night. districts. This is the 7 li end is composed Tor turtutr iufjrinailon addresi CI1AS. DFMIAJJ. of Anderson, Biyle, Washington, Garrard, Somerset, h.y 3ttd. Mercer, Lincoln, Marion, Cieey and Taylor. The l).h comprises Whitley, Pulaski, Knox, Laurel, Ball, Clay, Rockcastle, Jackson and Owsley. -- Col. P.. L. Ewell LAUREL COUNTY, GEORGE "(iOVEKNOIl's I.OL'lE," Dkiitink KritiWH, June 0, 1SS7 J Deah iNTEfiton Wo feel Terr much at home In our ohl, cimfirtahle iiutrifrr', nntl a heart rain, that for two hour hi been deluging hl favored reort, bring very apecially to mind our experience ol the for iner t a.t, when everthing "dripped" con tinuoualy for many day, ue.idea the groat spring, and the round of "falling vratera" had aM the romance extracted from it In a very ttlectual war. Sunday breaks bright and beautiful. By ia corf red with buggies and hor.es. The people (lock in from erery direction, and the gospel picnic begins. We have three aeryicea. I l'ubtlahcil TttentluuM itmt Frltlnv -- AT preach mornirg and night. Will takea the ja 1'I311A.NNUM,CAHI1. afternoon meeting. I heard him in a surplice in Louisrille and litceil him well. I understood If we credit thatJJ.SO will bo ex. listened to hi in yesterday in a bob tailed pected and demanded. coat and liktd him better. Surplice ia nothing; coat in nothing; "but faith that W. P. WALTON- worke by lorb" Is oyerything. I hope hia good Bishop will nut tako him to task for helping Ills slightly jaded pater, minus his O. strict canonical investiture. In the hrat place, his surplice is not yet out of the tai GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE tor's hand?; mid in the aecoml, if lie hid had one I don't know that I ahotlld have I'li-vi.-u- ;: allowed such an innovation on the strictly ondenuuiimitiona' character of our erange-liaii- VERNON, ROCKCAS1LE COUNTY. BARNES 'run ioiti. uieetiiik". I am a little"high church" d From our perch on the hill'ide we look cut upon tho name re if til landscape we o much lnet year. Ojly it ia far more beautiful now than then. The inea dow in front of the hotel i in it. moit lux uriaut ftagf, the wheat field beyond, fully headed, and the aoll green corn row acroas the freshly Fall Lick, prettily "pclka-dot- ." Ojr auipelheatre of green plowed ground htlh i psrfrct in outline nnd follagr; and BR0OHLAD ROCKCASTLE COUNTf. Hrothar H'aughter haa eo freshened up The Quaker meeting on Tuesday evenand wahe with delicate paint ing at the Btptist church was largely atthat the eye is quite satisfied at erery turn. tended and everybody seemed to le pleased Saturday night we sank to elicp with the The children' singing class meeta ev running nuielodi frog and ery Thursday at 3 o'clock r M All the oil. rac, frog elightly ahead, but the children of the village and community are b plucky "whti" not at all dipoed to cordially invited to join the claaa free of Tint which steeped our native charge. eenar. tneweeleat Lathe, keptCjU'in Judie A Oreat Reformation. Two elderly wake half the night, being ,',unaccuetomed ladies of our village, heads of families, afI to the atracge note, of the night-bird- . ter emokitig for years, have recently thrown conft.t ther are not .uch nweet ringer a. away their pipes and now declaro they will Kagliih nightingale, U whote music r.e Now, gain. gentlemen, never smoke uned to listen with rapt attention in the please don't aay you can't quit the use of tobeautiful Kent woodlands returning to bacco if you desire, or acknowledge at once Iiexley Heath by the late trains. that you are weaker than women. On oar way down from Ueorgttown, by W. T Crawfcrd has gone West much at rail, we uset friends and a(iutintance to the regret of hia young friends here erery station and lots of people, recsgnizid Rev. Mr. Shackleford, who has been for on the cars "Jack and Dalit," who eciertl months connected with the milling "Scrip and I'uree.' appetr in firm o! Perkina & Co , has gone to More-lan- d another connection, brought a wonderful where he will spend the aummer with bibr on board for ua to look at and admire, hia family. Little Mias Mary Hicks haa and trareled Jown the rotd lire miles with also gone to Moreland to visit her grandus, that we mijht hare a good look at the mother, Mrs. Minks, and other friends. wonderful darling. It is a regular "lore" The Prohibition party of Rockcastle of a baby, and no mistake. and Laurel countiea will meet in convenSoon after, on the L A N , we met anothtion in the court house at Mt. Vernon, on er party we hare known from little child , at 1 o'clock r. M , for S turday, June hood, and she, too, had a maguiGctnt boy the purpose of nominating a candidate for in arms. As Marie remarked on another the Legislature. We sincerely hope that occasion, "I feal like Mthuialeh," when every precinct in these countiea will send the biblet of one generation come acro.a delegates to this meetinz. All friends of he stage, bearing in their maternal or patemperance are cordially invited to attend. ternal arms the babies of another genera ' tiou F. A Pryor. Larkin Hicks, W. B. Middle-to- n, Thee phenomena are growing monElijah Owen, committee. otonously friiuent at e circulate in Old Kentucky "stamping grounds." It is rumored that the best etrtwberrles It's mighty pleasant to meet old friends, oflered in our Western markets this year looking out for you, eren when you can are from Pulaski county, Ky. A dealer in only hare a iling greeting. Ttiank you, Somerset has been shipping largely to ! ! dear, kind, thoughtful ocf-- , one and alb Diyton. Springfield and other large interiwho look the trouble to come out to rari or cities of tiiis State and Indiana, avoid ous depots that broiling Saturday in June, To tho Tax Payers of Lincoln County. ing Cincinnati on account of the former to bid us welcome and rpeed us loringly cu The Tax Books are now ready and I am readv "tricks and manners" of a portion of our to receive tho Taxes. Under the new Kovemis our way. We always feel that our "labor Law tbe fcSherin" Is compelled to aettlo with the commission merchant?, who have cornered had not been in vain in the LOUD" when siaio nve montna earner tnan heretofore. So some extent by chargto the berry please, come lor ward and pay early. such demonstrations occur. T. 1). XJMIjASI), S. L. C ' Brother Din," as we delight to cll the A Proposed Amendment to the School Laws ing high for the use of atanda and cases. The Somerset handler, it ia aaid, has suco! the Interior Journal. ITolholMltor energetic proprietor of Dripping Springs, lfi:n Lick, June ".The intenliou, or ceeded in getting from 8 to 11 cents per awaited cur arrival at Crab Orchard What Cincinnati of the common school law of Ken- quart for the cul hutora. a comfort to hare uno man around who apirit, Frederick Hermann, aged 35 jeara, I am dally opening an elegant line of Spring icd tucky is that erery child in the State be. Paper. knows exactly what he i about! "Hie summer Millinery, Including all employed as a helper in a Pituburg (Pa-)- , tween the ages of tl and 'JO years shall hare It is aaid that the following preparation iron mill, in his own house, killed his little The price is ftbore rubies." Xo bother, no Latest Novelties of the Season. of the common and benefit applied to the surface will prevent any dauchter. acdl 19 months, baat his wife wrong, alter you xlrike "Brother Dau," equal privileges school-- , but they fall abort of thii. For Al.-Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars rusting on plows or any other metal aurfac-es- : until he thought her dead and then cut hia Nothing forgottec; nothing left behind. and Cutis, Ituchltig, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You inatance, in the school district in which I Melt one ounce of resin in a gill of lin- own throat, severing the windpipe and jugAway we go in the comfortable hack, will find mo at tho rooms lately vacated by Smionly a three mouths' rchool. seed oil and when hot mix with two quarts ley A Warren, next door to tbe Myers House. whirling up the dusty atresia of "the Or lire, we have 102.2m KATE nUDDKUAlt. In an adjacent district my nearest neigh- of keroaene oil. Thin can be kept on hand ular vein chard," nods right and left at recognized The fire losses for May are stated at bor has the privilege of sanding hia chiland applied in a moment with a bruan or WM AVIIK3. friends. A sharp turn to the right before JA3. O. GIVEN3, dren to a fife months' achool. For this I rag to the metal surface of any tool that is $10,G:iS,500. Theee figures are $2,500,000 Notary Public we reach "The Spring." acd aoou we are the average figure for May durpropose this remedy: Haye a fiae months' not going to be used for a few days, pre- larger than out in the country. The late raitu hare years, and larger than school taught in each district, the County venting any ruat mid aaviug much vexation ing the past twelve made the road soft and rutty in places, but I The those of May, ISSb', by $3,630,500 AT the when the tima comes to use it again. School Commls doner to distribute our stout horses are equal to it. We dash total fire waste for the first five months of 311 Fifth Street, moify t the teachers according to their on through Dix river, where the thirsty an , epay tho first class teacher 15, The head of the "Union Labor' party 1SS7 amounts to $51,SS0,500, againat - KY. i niais thrust their muzzles deep in the cool- crai for the corresponding pjriod of r.OTJISVIlr.13, 20 or 25 rer c"11- rure than the second- - in Kentucky ia a lawyer without a client; (lO'My.1 Rooms 3 and 5. Cromle Block. ing stream, as they drink. Out ajjaiu and 1SS0 The losses do not include forest fires. class teacher, and the aecend clats teacher a man who, according to thoae who claim up the one ateep hill, where a little honest An exploring parly eent out by Gov. 10 or 15 per cent, more than the third class to know him best, knows nothing about an pulling has to be done before it is quite day'a work for the reaaon that he Torres, of Sonors, Mexico, bat returned teacher. honest flurmounled. Through the oak woods we Nothing would aerve more to stimulate nayerdidone. How he ctme to occupy with information that it discovered a de Uavlni; thia day sold my entile atock of foods to on the down side; ford pretty Fall clatter, active volcano in the Sierra Madre Mr. J. II. Wat s. of this place, I take pleasure in the second and third claai tetchera to im- this conspicuous position in the new or- cidedly recommending him to you as a good Business Man, Lick; trot brl.kly 200 yards and our desti14 miles Bouth eaBt of Bavispe. upright and honorable In all respects. Thanking prove their education In order that they eauizitionia a myatery. But demagogues Mountaina nation is reached. It is a gala day. A in vaat waves is pouring down the you lor past favors and that my former pations wages. will honor him with their trade and custom. I might get are ever ready to take advantage of any Lava "big picnic" ia in progreas and a Rreat side of the mountain into the canyons, remalu. Beapcclfully. IF. It, JleCAUTW Aa the law now is every teacher ia new movement to make tbemaelvea conA Kings Mountain, May 31, 1837. I m.au.I iliBtnna I I n ttlll which are being filled. The party could Times. Georgetown preadng for the largest district that he may spicuous. ., acouraing .. sweet music by way of we- lapproach no nearer than four miles of the . ... a the bl" ne of money, and often hap ! n ' mnl mtnr Irienns anu ac mniff. General Simon B)lirar Buokner la a for- volcano. The town of Btvispe ia a comthe lowest grade teacher gets it wife, a bounc- plete ruin. picnicera, and feel pens that quaintancea among the, tunate man. He haa a pretty proposed amendment would do away Blda will be received .by tho underlined Com- very much at home indeed; eat a late din The ing btby, half a million dollars' worth of mlMloneraof the Uarra d County Hlnkln; Fund with all this iniquity. Crcnkenness, or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by until Judo 13th 1537, for the Isllowlng Bonds, ner, reserved for our party by Slater Slaughreal estate in Chicago and a dead certainly Eyery candidate for the Ljglalature Sr. Hainea' Golden Specific. viz: ter; climb to the Oovernor'a Lodge, our old of being the next governor of Kentucky. should advocate this amendment. It can be Riven In a cup of coffee or tea wltli-erooating-placand soon feel aa if the nine S50.000 6 PER CENT. GARRARD CO- - SOKDS Surely theee bleaainga are enough to give the knowledge of tlia person tnkliiK It, i Jk3e Reynolds a speedy mid permanent cure, whether months since we left our familiar quarters the afternoon of his life a mellow radiance. $3,000 payable each year for 10 ycara trom July the patient la a moderate drinker or an alco1807 there wat not a alngle black re In were a dream. The merrymakers scatter 1. ISS7. at the Interest payable Atlanta Constitution. holic wreck. TliouaniuU of drunkard have Ujtrard Cuunty of Lancaster. been made temperate men who have taken the National Bank quadrivious, before dark, and the frogs and publican in the Kentucky penitentiary. shot Uoldcn Specific In tltelr coffee without their bonds maturing July 1,1887, will be taken In At Dtnville, Va., M. B. Farley of above. The denomination ot the aforesaid supplant tbo'wear-le- d Now there are S00 of them ani it cut like bellce they quit drink-111- s bonds of anybe f 1,000. The Commissioners reserve who, he knowledge, and y will shariftV, clerks', witnenes' ind and killed George W. Garner, ot tliPlr own free w ill. No harmful effec t tbe right lo reject any or all bids. band and furnish music for the run o' blazei in ") JOHN 8. (HLU charged with claimed, had been criminally intimate with results from its administration. Cures euanm-toethe night hillside fowl responding to toe juries' fees to convict a negro Send for circular and full particulars. hia wife. He then surrendered to the offWM. H. KINNAIRDj CoM Addre.a in oivifldence (jOUkn croaken of the valley in measured and a felony. What haa Mr O'Bradley got to Lancaster, Ky , May al, 1537. IH110 trtllr.,. M . icer;. say to tha1? -- Louisville Times. monotonous cadence. ' l, atic-cilu- 1 myself and don't allow "everybody" to preacli in my pulpit or on my barrel-heaStill I gratefully accept Will's help tor n few days, I rind that to hive erery alternate aeries of meetings eingle inatead of helps me "erer eo much," and I count It n "special proridonce" that our young "deacoi" c&ine along to opportunely, lie certainly preaches a great deal better than I did at hW B; but then he has had a better chance than I had; so I will not be jealous. I learned a great deal from my boy's Sunday sermon that I didn't know before; if, as my High Church London paper says, a deacon is only "rather reverend," instead of the full Hedged thing. According to that profane authority's classification of the dignitario of the Ciiurch, a Bishop is ' Bight Kaverend," a l'rieat is "Reverend" and a deacon is "rather reverend." Not a bid way to put it. if clerical titles of distinction are allowab'e at all. Formy own part I tecognizi nothing but the scriptural D D , whirh being interpreted means ' dead dojj." The glorious water of this grtnd apring tha- t"Irl(HQ'l drips and er.r ilrl(, To cool the thirst of fevered lips," or ' words to that ellect," as Brother D in poetictlly deacribes its wondrous virtues has already given us abnormal appetites. "Aunt Eictor'a" fried chicken has tome-thito do with it, alar; for "she hath a way" of getting that dainty up that would proroke hunger in a dyspectic. But there is no discount on the exceptional virtue of the Dripping Spring. Whatever the anal yeia of its waters liny hi, there hare been too many invalids restored by its healing stream these 40 years agone to doubt ita wondrous excellence for weak atemtcha and shattered nerrea. And there is no night dissipation, by the healthy, to cancel the day's progress of the sick, as at the mammoth etabliahuienta where mere pleasure-stcter- s resort. It baa the qiiet alillness of a farm houe, eoon after nightfall, with breakfast at 7 in thecool morning. The btat place for an inraltd that I know anywhere. If you don't beliere me, try it yourae'f I am glad to aeeon many breasts the pretI ty star and crosses of our blessed hops they will gradually increase in number till erery church in Kentucky has a lit ile bind of 'shining lights," thus testifying; and mty that reproach that was hurled against then: of old be alau fulminated against tho leaders into these "old path" of the early fathers "Behold ye hare fillI really ed America with your doctrlni!" ot "Love and Nothing believe this doctrine Klae" will be the test, in large met'iire, of fitness to join the "Caurch of the First Born" who shall be "counted worthy to escape the things coming upon the earth and to stand before the Son of Man " Geo. O lUii.vn. Ever in .2 sua, double-barrelleng 1 Visitors have begun to nrrive at the Crab Orchard Springe. A number of our citizint go out to the Dripping Springs every day to bear Kev Oeo. O. Birnes preach. Another cousin at Mr. W. II, Higguir! Here's nil possible bleaiings invoke.! upon tier infant head. Miss Katie Holman has pneumonia, Mias Birdie Hardin lias been quite aick but ia Improving. Little Clara Kennedy ia about well again after a battle with the mumps The physician who Is attending on Dr. K 'i . Stephenson, at Cincinnati, writes that ho has had no morphine now for nearly throe weeks, but that his uener.il health is not very good. The picnic at Dripp ng Springs last Siturday was largely nltended, and nil whom we have fcen report it delightful time and excellent dinner. Mr. Manghter, who is ever genial, polite and accommodating, certainly knows how to make hia gueata enjoy themselves. Mrs. T. K. Hackley, from Newport, and her pretty daughter, Mi;s Mamie, are the guetta of Mrs. J. T. Higgina. Mr. Morris Harris is with the folks at home for a few days. Misses Lida EJmiaton and Mollie Brooks attended the art display in Stanford Monday laal. Mr. W. O Hansford ia on bueiuesj. Mrs. Dr. in Hirrodsburg Pettus and Mist Maude, accompanied by their guests, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Francis, of Birmingham, Ala., are visiting relatives in Richmond. Mers. D. Hinman, of Danville, and C. William, of Mt. Vernon, prnl last Sunday here. lS-.h- The bite ball name will take place Saturday instead of Sunday. W. O, Iliatt shipped a car of live etock Saturday condating of hogs, cattle and sheep toCincirnati. The prohibitionist will hold a convention hero on the ls.h im'. to nominate a candidate for the legislature. A great deal of complaint is being heard on account of the depredations of the hordes of rata that infut this place. It i told on a young married man, a I iwyer here, that he went to the garden to et rwdlahes tnd he returned with beets instead. An intelligent preacher of the Q raker icraiiaeion hold religioui services at the Christian church Monday Light to a fair and appreciative audience. Mr Jehu Isncr, a relative of Dr. Di via, who accompanied him Lome from West Virginia a few days since, returned to his native State vVednraday. Mr. Joe Sowder in low with consumption of the bowels. Mra. Susan Hlatt the widow mention-tion- ed in our last report as being insane, was tried before Judge Colyer Wednesday and ordered to be taken to the asylum at Lexington where she was taken the aame day. John Smiley, who received the cuts from a knife in the hands of William Bjs-se- ll on Skaggs Creek a ebort time since, was arreated Saturday by Lee Arnold, the jail er, and trial set for Wednesday evening for his connection with the fight. Buteell hza haa not been found. In the trustees' election in district 21 there was a tie in the vote'and the matter was referred to the superintendent who threw out the vote by proxy of a widow and decided in favor cf the opposite party on the grounds that nothing in the new school law says a vote can be given by proxy. Old Rockcastle county ia proud to welcome this week a visit from one of her boys who left here 15 years since for Kan He located sas, Mr Abraham Fredericks. at Topeka, Kansas, and practiced hia pro fession for a time and waa soon elected prosecuting attorney for the district, which he filled satisfactorily to the end of hia term. He telle ua that in hia city there are at present l.SOO houses in courae of construction. Mr. F. haa profited coneiderably by the many booms in that portion of the He returns in a few days via, county. Florida. James Ilix, lately returned from Florida, and Samuel Hyeinger, an old citizen of this county, were arrested Monday charged with having aent an anouymona threatening letter to Judge Ltir ordering him to pay his honest debts and giving him 30 days to leave the county. The parties gave bond in the sum of $200 and an examining trial waa set for Wednesday. The Judge says he "owes no man anything" and proposes to hunt up and prosecute the guilty parties whoever they be and prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law. Later, They were held by Judge Colyer in $250 each to Circuit Court We are often taken to task by our friends and others for alleged inaccuracies in our reports of aflaira, events, Ac. Onlj yeaterday we were told that the dog mentioned in last report was brown, not bundle, and that in reporting a fight we were ou about the sizt of the stone used in knocking a bruiser over with, the report saying the probable weight was two pounds and our friend says it eurely weighed two pounds and three oiiccep, and that such inaccuracies had a tendency to make a wrong impression. Well, if they would take the trouble to give us the uews ae tbey take upon themselves to tell ua our mistakes probably a daily could not contain it. one-fifth Ktn7 rtK r- ...-....,... ' j$kikm;y iiouhe, . i hum 30-- car-loa- car-loa- ....... tf j.-.-- Misa-iasip- t T1 CKLEltHATION .TTTILrsr 2, cy.Vr....!!..!! 1887. ' ! 1 Half-mil- TAXES TAXES $mmfii 4s?aiMA f i U Nl M iALjt J LI. I. Bilisr7slnH!aKA 1 I iHBBb1 WT' I o BE Mim JKVsK J. HOUSE BAR3E& I'liOP'U. SHOP, TllunTM, AYRES& GIVENS, Work dona In the latest 6tyle, with ceatnesa and dispatch. Udlt.' aud Children', work ATTORNEYS LAW, $14,-150.00- 0 - S-r- - jfPIANOS er A Sou, the popular and reliable ! TO THE rUMilC. The d Knabc, tha fmo js Warren, and the Deck- celebrated dough Lhjrch A Co 'a Everett. The John A first-cla- ss . V ... MT V M ft '.,,,,, Bonds For Sale ut e, Any one desiring an elejant and durable musical Instrument will do well to examine our Wear, agents for the , prices before pu chasing. n John Church A Co., anl will .oven yearr, and our Orgoua for five year. The Everett Piano and tbe Clough A Warreu Urgin are the beat and inoit reliable Our instrument, Instruments manufctur-d- . canbeaeen at the postortice In Stsnford, where ' MIm Hosa Ulcbarda will male prices, etc tbes Ins'ruments Persons who nave puri-lmewilt testify o their durability and eltjat ttuish. Wa will b- - glad to eervo the public, a d guiran te satl.ia'tlon Elder W. (. Williams, of llustonvllte alio rep- -. resents the John Chunh A Co , and will be pleased U serve his friend. Agants. S. II .to It. aKKEKKNCK- -' J t;i(Hl, ly pay-me- nt Sun d, l Elmare, D. Carpenter, Hustonvlllej J J 'I 1'hHIpa, urd. Jaiues Uaa!ey,ijtan!orJ Mrs. Fannie tan'ord, A. K fenuv, KianfoM Uucaater; Karra, Laneaiterj Gen W. J. Lanlr-iui-, ,.....!.,. m.ii.Io.. .inn, tinn Pin. W. M. Pavne. Mra E M. Carpenter. Stanford; Prwcheravllle: v. T- Mrs, MaggU Holmes, Cub Onfca'l- .'ohn ,TI iir vw mmammmM jthock imwiw NuauoMoiscrvKuraBWionnnKicciPViunKii SmMBlteMB $nterior$ournai Stanford, Ky - Jano 10, 1887 W. P. WALTON. Takes up His Pen Again. To tbe Editor of the Interior Journal Finf.vili.e, Juno 0. After a lonj; silence (very much appreciated, no doubt, by the 'Fishie" Obturation Cars from Kanawha rails to Charlottes-tlll- e editor and renders), I have again taken up Breakfast to Supper) Irom April It! to Dcctm Ever attempted tctwen tho stent commercial my pencil for the purpose of "jotting down ber 1st. slro of Cookoo, record K.Stf, Second dambyjoo theOhhlllver and Clilcatja, and bene The word "corner," as applied to stock Htoner. 3d dam br a (Irar IjuU imtu irA i... lines" of items from the ' Free State the fastest time and most comfortable train a few A. J. C. C. Jcrseji, from the herds of ONLY SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS aeTcralcolla that are of fine, gowd slro and style. transaction, signifies the result produced by all points In the South, or to the Ifout of Cell" and the eurroundinc country. rn m aud Xorthtrest. The counterpart or tbla train W.J C'hlnn, Wm. Cralk and Gen. P. W. Har lo breeds itrea mil s ititn Cml 0itv ur..i i. by a combination of persons, who, while on all trunk Unca la denominated disposition. A lady can drive him In LonlsTlUo, Cincinnati, and Leslsgtcn, The Limit-Ci- yl din. 1 ranklort. Col. W. C. Goodloe, J. 8. Stol), of kind He was The young corn along tbe valley of the nercr handled n day for sievd fceitrCHH. Tho tuperb rolling stock we secretly holding the whole or greater part J. G Klnualrd. L. M. Land, J. 11. Wallace, Judge salety. gives patrona t'nllmltoil Comfort. Cumberland is looking exceedinglr well for Mulligan, Lexington, E. 11. Sparks, Nlchotaavllle, but shows good trotting action. of any stock, or species of property, induce flAt all Coupon Ticket OIHcm la tho South W. A. Snddeth, Klemlngaburg.J.C. HHerley ami the season. The nights have been too cold find our time and Hhsllcross, At the another combination to agree to deliyer to you willget Motion tabletstick tickets, tay JIo-lio-If J. L. S. M. Neol, Anchorage; J. A. Mlddleton nnd place nnd on the same terms to Motion, aud Iter. Shelbyvllle. Iter. Win. Irvine, I will also Hiiio for vegetation to progress much. you want to sno money and have a pleasant jourCbriitUnibiirgh, W. I Crahb, Eminence; J. 11. ti.S. llela stand my Jack. WILLIAM LYLL, at them a large further quantity at some fublack, M, bands high and ney. This county eeenis to be peculiarly adaptH.O.MrCOKMICK, Ocst, Campbell c unity. has sired br 1. Tie's liurortrd jack, anil out of a General Passenger Agent. Chicago. ThewMrlctlylircixlltighcr.il contain Mood ol good Jeunel. raising. Postmaster A. L Mon- ture date. When tho time arrives the seced to enake vjij nciei anuuuiccrs: t"o mosi noicu strains, at. ond combination, if the "corner" succeeds, E. A. lllCKKKli, 227AiceuisAtc. Louisville, Ky. Signal, Conimaasle, Welcome i.amiiert, et. Heller,n flKOHKE II K.XaiiKJIAX. 4th and others of prov-eroe has four large rattlesnakes in n glass I. Ms ToaiaNCK, J 29 Vine at., Cincinnati, O worth suddenly finds its el unable to buy the box in the pcetoffice, the largest one having Catalogue, which will noon be ready, may Ccnnecti In same depet In Washington for amount of stock or property necessary to be bad of J. 8. 8T0LL, President, Lexington, THKrANCV8AlH)Li; STALLION, 14 rattles. Hundreds of them have been or J. H. (JEST, Secretary, Cincinnati. BALTIMORE, enable it to fulfill its contracts, and the first Sale at HraifleM'i Horse fcxchaojc, Col. It. K. killed in various part of the county. PHILADELPHIA, combination fixes at its own will the price y 3 Edmonson, Auctioneer. I Dr. T. 8. Foley is building a large NEW YORK.' ! f Olrcct route to which when at which differences must be settled. The frame dwelling-hoUB"corner"jbreaks when thosa who agree to LYNCHOURC, "HIuc'GrnKH Ituntc." completed will be the handsomest reeldence foaldcd May 1, 1ST). Is a rich mahegony l.y deliver succeed in (procuring the slock or DANVILLE, in town. There are 11 large rooms in the hands high, heavy mane, and tale, Is strictly US And all points In property and are thus enabled to fulfill Shortest and Quickest Route from Oei Will make tho present season at my staWo one flue and lancy, lulotli a natural and pleasant sadtral Kontucky to nil Points North, buildiuc. Verily Pineville"do boom." mile from Staulord oa the Manford and Huston-Ylll- e dler brieds fancy, and a mure uniform brevier of VIRGINIA nnd NORTH CAROLINA. their contracts. w esi una Boutnwest. saddlers can not be found. Ho Is high-taTurnpike style Our merchants are doing a thriving ou lioth sides to the third generation, Is backed Fait Line Between There was a man named Bradlay, who on the increase Trade seems to be A( $10 o Insure a I,1vIiik Coif. up by thoruugh.brtdson both sides, making him -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASO- Nvery active and sprlghtlv In gait, in lortu and .No. 2 all the time. M. J. Moss is putting up a wanted to be governor so badly that he finish a perfect model, lie was sired by the noble Ileli 4 year old, ir hands high, a beautiful 11 Kfrrr 1 mi I, ST No t LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI bay, with Que maue and tall and n perfect buiup'er Denmark, he by tiuldsrd's Denmark, in the lower end of town. rushed over the tCommonwealth madly, Daily new store-hou- se Kx. tun he by (ialnes A Cromwell's Iemoark, h by tbe model and a natural saddle horse. W. D. Hurst &D:o. have sold out their only to return looking sadly. He Mred by Hubble'a Dcnmirk, known as On Time. race horse Denmark, ho by Imported Hedgeford .Yl p M I'lrstdam, Mollle Mounts, by Cabbie's taxlngton. Ills 1st dam was sired by sir Wjllsee, hn by Lie Iu'svlH Trains leave Kowland at Sand 7. JO a. m. : M.s'm stock of general merchandise, amounting to seemed to be a victim of fate and the very Mr Wallar. beby Mr AIWI (lliomuah-brcl- ) Arr I' itnfion second dam by Young America, he Wy Taylor's II no pi II W a m returning, airlveatCand S:Mr,si, second dam by Vlrgtulus (dam ol Messenger, third dam hy Miller's Denmark which about $3,500, to a Mr. Fustian, from Greasy hcarnation of hate; it mattered not where lrltijs '" While 'ulpb r v in. II 00 i.'n (ia ti he by the ielelratl Kites him a double cross of the best saddlo stock bvlranby, tborougli-brcl- ) CharlMlsvllhiV M 011 ajm If l ,,.t) " KlehwcMi I Creek, this county. Mr. James F. Shisher, he ate, he was constinlly looking under his in the world, fourth dam by John lllunt, one of Mason's Wblp. S dam a Whip mare 8 p in t pm ' Will make the season of lsi7 at wy larm, n the best raco horses of hlsdsy, Uah Um by Waxy II IS a to Nfrorl ? 4' p m county court clcrkj and a prominent mer- plate for the paper he hoped would relate miles from Hustonvtlle, near t arpetiter's Matlou, " Old 1'ilnl lomf.,1 II Mam ,', u p in Will also stand at the aiine place my fine Jaik and wilt be permitted to serve mare at .Norfolk . . . chant of this place, has just closed a sale of how he had been cho?en the head of the it n I'm r m) pjm ' Wstblngtou ,, m 47 III s . Butjhe never did find tho commis 1,500,000 feet of poplar logs to Jones & Co. State " Mslilmt SIO the Ncuxoii or 812.50 ( . II IS pin II ?' pu " Phllallpui, S M a On a m sion that entitled him to that position, and Niiruii I.lvlnj; of Williamsburg, at remunerative prices. i W a in Mon-ein a 11. Louisville & Nashville E, R, Atduo at weaning time or Milan Colt. partedy Mar.s iommlttpI to Mr rareand Colt. will r... ' New Yoct $lOto Itmurc'it lireedld These logs are to be delivered on the banks he always spoke in derision when mentionwhen mare Is with. He Is a brown Jsek with white tolnts, 5 telveiiiy ivrtuiial attention iirsit f urolibed at li ,r ji '..ii, rlr , apjly at ing his unhappy condition. He fit and he h.r Ti ii Ks-of the streams in time for the fail tides, TUB (1RK1T- n yearsoui in jun. run n hands high. He was sir reasonable ralcn, to l.o raid for Iwfore the Tli luifl rn.'li.i f..r a. Heats or s. w.c ea by Altln a King William aud bn by Klug Phil-liJudge John M. Green, of l'tnevilla, fumed and orated, and with the free air he n Iuri1.1. si II. . 1,1:11. . Parting Willi mtrra fuMIs the Inmrsorr. first dim lllack Satin Jeunet, shels sired by tap-s' tk .'I Vli l'KUXIC chairman of tho 17th Saaatorial district debated, until be became o'erhated, and we King Phillip, scond dam by Morecjutle and he by J. STEELE CARPENTEK. ,11m Porter. r This lack has tirornl blmsnll ml. has called a conven-tio- n hear it was truthfully stated that he died ss republican committee, io Tim- nne ureeor. verai o Ills cults Mil season at weaning time brought one hundred di lara. to bo held in London, on Wedneaway. he lived consented. -"- Carlisle Mercury. J. i:. A it. r.t tin 1, K is, the loth day of June, to nominate a repubMant..( A minister was riding through a section lican candidate for the State Senate from of the Slate of South droliua where cus! WITH tslr I rlM.,n ,1. In .' oli.t.) l.y M.i.ibrlno Chief. the counties of Pulaski, Laurel, Jackson, tom forbade inkeepers to take py from the y Mrmbrlno PaymatUr.dsiu tbedau ol Uollah. 111 1' Ills lOlt MILL 7 M. His Pullman Palace Sleepers. V '!! 'itan'arJ fnlTlttle A.T'P. ,V ) damsoflS tons tin. I .'.list. tils daughters are the j and Whitley, Knox nnd Bell. The candidates clergy who staid with them. Tne minis-te- r In the 2 ARBUCKLES' COFfEE WRAPPERS, w II stand LncsMii Is half Irtolher to Lrie, reerd l before that convention, so far f.s wo have in question took supper without prayer, liOIliNTlIIO at a r ur year-oland suid tu Kutxrl Ituunw at been able to learn, will be Hon. John H. and ate breakfast without prayer or grace, that aglorilo.u.'j. (o XutlnlllV, hmc-lsIjEs1 Premium, ss 51,000.00 old sire of Knox, Hon. W. R- - Ramsey, of ana wis about to take his departure lt dsui by llud.K', by lred Pilol,dams ol Plkst, Lye Jr.. Wilson, MonipliiH, ,12 In 2 Slllt ) Pilot when 2 Premiums, S500.00 each the of Jay 2 Laurel. Hon. Tarker, of FuIaBki, and nr. "mine hoat" presented hij bill. "Ah, eir," Atliuidi, Two tulles from Lancaster, on the Stanford pike at p., 2 IO, MaudS l it)',, Kaio . and .1 6 Premiums, S250 00 " in the 2 0 list. Metubribo Chief sired Laay lorn ' .UotilKoniery, 8100.00 '" 23 Fremiums, Bird, of Whitley. Chairman Green has said he, ' I ata a clergyman!"' "That may Woudftird Membrtno J 21',. ,, liiltlc Hock, TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON 2.14 I ,f, Mambrlno Chief 2.2V. lUyIlrtaaoli S50.00 :00 Premiums, invitation to be be," responded the Boniface, "hut you Henry, to ua a very kind ' 2 Membrluo blar 2 2S, Mejilrmo Pilot f olillt) and New S20.00 " 200 Premiums, With privilege of return la lsjs, or !30 Insurance. 2 .'7, .North Mar 2.2',, present. Brc. Craft, look out for us. cane here, emoked like a sinner, and ate S10.00 " LrirsMn. Jr.. Is a soibl Usrk. U: hn.l kirk ' 1,000 Premiums, ArtmirMinsliIiy lien. Knox, HO. he br and weighs 1.200 It. He Is a horse that rectim The feud between the Turner and Sowder and drank like a sinner, and !ept like a Only one cbnnge to points In ! r f i'l J ir nw . or hi ' i, ' mont Hero, Ac. Ills dam was IjiJv l.y mends himself even If he bad n tK.li.ru. n ,1 wry - r It f V 1.H- - ' tr.J- Ikmrtxm Chief, by Mambrlno thief, by Mambrlno factions, in this county, grows Btronger and sinner; and now, eir, you nhsll pay lia a ossessJng tbe bbxxl thst lit does should makehliu Paymaster, Ac. Arthur fclins Is a bay, l.V. bands, one of the grandest stallions In Kentucky deeper every day. We don't know and don't sinner." smail blase, right hind toot white, foaled' In 1SS2. lee will l He Is a handsomely finished colt and bred to auy . trouble becare what was the cause of the She was cosily intrenched upon his He has been bandied a little and promises well. He combine tho strains of the handsome Black $ioTo insuju: A MA UK IX tween them; we only know that both parties shoulder, and they were very, very happy IOAI, Seeking home on the line of this road will reulTt Hawk and stout Mambrluo Chlel families, and is a and outlaws. They are a "George," she whispered, and be bent his are desirable stock horse, and on bis sire's side traces special rates. Psrtlng with or moving nitre out ol t ':e M.,b ifcVSce Agents of thl Company for ratra, routes Twice io imp. Messenger and twice ou bis dam's liorbood renders money due. drawback and a nuisance to the welfare of head to listen, "do you know what I would side. ic, er write Will also stand power- do it your love Maroskeptln any manner drlreU, at owner's the whole county. The officers are C. P. ATMOKE, O. r.AT.Aj for me should cool?" I desire to cHtntilislt nR;cn-cIc- h l"k- T. A. KI.lt.lX, Louisville, Ky to make any arrests-- "Would you die, dear?" he asked passionless, or at least seem so, Stnle throiiKliout Lancaster, Ky. MY FINE JACK, KcEMlOY, Ohio, I r t.c u'c f out) warrant has been in the hands of the of ately. "No, George; I would bring suit Tiiunoin;iiiiiti:i At l IO on the same conditions as above. He has HiiCHt ar.il u- -. loultcdlcvfiiHteHt Hell-ii- K Gen. Knox, U0, Standard Cnder R.ule.1, tbe sire ficers for the arrrest of General Sowders for breach of promise." ui aruiuroimr, was urel oy uaniei Ueustls. Krldg- - proven hlmsell to be a aunerlor limi.Ur h.,i books pithliHheil thin pen, vi ,ani was roaieu in IMS. He was by Vermont jiroluccl mine ot th- - best mules In this and since tbe time he killed Lee Turner, last isennoii. f ' ) V. counties and Is also a gout Jennet Jaik Hero, HI, 1st dsm by Searcher, son of Barney HenTiffany & Co. have already sold the HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL The al list been unf is ry, 2nd Hnnsden Mare by Hill's blr Charles, son ol He Is IV, hsnds high, nrsrlr blsck. with lraly March, and it has even been intimated that IJuroc lUcard J 3I, public trial at 14 years olj points and general toake up 1st c ats. necklace of four "RWieres," purchased for the (:-- l copies Sowders was concealed in Pineville not over K. M. roil'KI.I., having lecn sold 111 less t lams $30,000, and a set of pearls, $14,000, of the Among the get of Oen Knox with records In MA1MIUIH OF ADELINE. 100 yards from the jail. Warrants are out iinlrs Mom Hiistonvllle, on tbe lluiir i.,e .', Turnpike 2 SOor lictter, are the fallowing Lady Maud 2 IS'. mouths n ' tM.t.nti an French crown jewels, which their Paris A ivtl, I.'ncoln aunty, Ky .'or Hiram Turner for killing Henry Raines, Mcimty This fino Bull will stand tho seaons now com Camrs 2.1!V Independent 2 2H. UUbert Knox aqent purchased. They have already mencedat my stable on the Lancaster V Ik eou 2.2C?,; Lmrxror Knox 2.2;' , Knox 2 2V. , Victor Onlysu U par cs - itr and no efforts have been made to cause his 2 23; iwnoi Boy 2 2V Peacful 2 jf., Harry Tank 5 jr")-idbought more than one third of the jewels half mile from btanford Court House at cow ileoenger Knot 2 SO His eons, Col. Lilt reliuhle.the with the privilege ol breeding tbe un er.'.au; LOUIIOn.CriltilWI.ll THE COMUINI.ll arrest. There two, General Sowders and f A LUC'S, I m..-- rIL'IM. wait ci Lot l til tbe cow proves in call. Money duo when cow WOrth. (ien. thus far sold. lam, Knox. Jr . (.en. Ltchtloot. (lllbreih. Hiram Turner, are the leaders of their res. is first served. c in awil ll.cniu h'.i f ti.i-- i.rv ' j Knox, Jules Jurgcnsen. Marquis of pective clans Rnd they are terrorizing the Tht people of Bronson, Mich., draped ported Apollo Adeline'a sire, Herbert, bis (Ire Im- - Phil Sheridan, M Llmo,Knox itoy, Lon Morris, Whaletione Knox. and Dam Imported Southern Beauand nooOiord Knox have slre.1 th fnlinwincr iih Kr full r utu-j- .rs i !Jir ', whole of the Yellow Creek country. "When the lampposts in mourning the other night ty Iron Age 2 Marquis of Adllene'a dam, Adeline, hei sire records of 2 SOor belter Canl'.da ; ll theeo clane meet, as they inevitably must, and suspendeJ paper lanterns from them Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Flh-e- r. Walton 2 VDk- - K HARRY G. RUST, Gen'l Agent, v.uuf ik. i.i,, ai. ..:',. Wallace 2.'V',, Tim line, combined sl.i). lon will make the reasome one will be hurt. It does not seem because the villar-- authorities say they are V. H.For further particulars as to pedigree seo ii.- B. son of Isx; at my stable near, tfhslby utr, in I n. too poor to furnish street li.hts. This It a very fino young Bull from n celebrat- 2 30. thub i.lV, John H. Heald 2 27', (lllbreth colu rouuty, 011 tho Shelby City A Km', tnk 711 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio. that that day will be far in the future. The ed ianilly ol milkers including tho cow Lcho, the Maid 2 2;1,. Hhadow jtf, Hamb n Knox 2 2 Copeland 2 30, JUack ltss 2H) Althur T. 2.S0, Turnpike rotd, at parties are all armed with tbe latest imAdolphus Ward descended into o well greatest of htr day; her owner having refused Mu.r pacer, 2 r.'j, Honesty, pacer, 1 2: VAc. ' for her. proved "shooting irons." Strangers and at Clinton, Mo., to work, but in a moment cattle have taken the Tbe Holsteln-rreisla- n S15 tho Season, or $20 to. Insure. in these feuds rignaled to be hauled up. Before reaching lead as tbe best for tbe family, and a cross with people who are not mixed up the top tie was overcome by gas and fell to tbe tihorthoru produces a very fine animal, t need not be afraid to come to this country. tbe bottom, breakiug hia neck. will buy all the male calves begotten by this Dk airuox AxnPkmnakK - r. l Jrwel is a I Joed bay. with blark mine and tail, Bull at good pitcia .dclvered at weaning time. bands There is not a particle of danger that they Inchtshlxh, with Aue style and ai Hon. lie Is jithi.iui. Please Bear in Mind: rears -UO-will be molested so long as they conduct This tines tallloc will m.ke the season ol 1847 at ham's old this spring, was sired by l.el Cunnii. tanford, Ky. Jewel, he by the famous old Washington 1. That our subscription price la J per year my farm, 3 miles Irom btaoford, en the Henmark. d themselves properly and impartially. We First dam, Minnie, by ,M, I), naid a when paid strictly In advance and 12. 53 when not llalcorn, second dam by Wells' Oiussder, third and Danville pike do not apprehend any danger, unless the ao paid. d" "T son of Davy Crockett, fourth dam a saddle Mr parties should meet in town, then the thin 2. That we do not publish anonymous commuMESSENGER BREEZE ! AT 815 TO A COLT. II. C. Parvln's Oldmire, pedigree ot unknownJewel, Minnie, dam Ive nd wssa prriulum animal from a colt up to an sir I frame houses would afford very insecure nications. DESCRIPTION AND PEOK, III:!:. Vermont mare, 3. That we do njt receive postage stamps for second Jewel has licen shown SI times aud Hambetonlan ir a black horso, foaled In I8S2, six hiding places Ircm 45 calibre Winchester worn the slick tic Jl uly tbrm subscription unless to make change. Full brother to Maud Uessenger 2.1C!.,, by Mes- teen hands high, two white feet behind, sired by times. bullets. William Welch, by ItyMyk's IlamLlctonlan, 1st 4. That our advertising rates are 15 centa a will'alv) The Cumberland Valley branch nf the line each Insertion, or$t perlnchfor the first In- senger Chief, sire ol Maud Messenger, :.1C','. Gus dam Katie Grimes, by Gill's Vermont, 2nd dam youngjaik, stand at the same stable, the fee uiaci nwan, uy neims rorksMro, by Imp. & Nashville- railroad is being sertion, f 3.60 par month, J5 for two months and i 37, Marvel :.:3. 3rd dam Little Kailly, by Warner, by Mr Louisville 1st dam Gentle Breexe, sire ol Pear 2.30, also Charles, by blr Archy, sth dam Erally hpeej, br completed very rapidly to this point. Be fc for three months. Imp. Leviathan, Sth dam by Packolet, fith dam by 6. That notices of deaths are published t'ree, but of the dam ot Maud Messenger Hols if VS.ro Itixtire i l.ive Colt. was il 2W$ andPcal Me- Onndrlver,7tbdam by Maryland Phcenlx, 8th uiirx, is canus s tween Barbourville and this place the grad obit aaries are charged I r at tht rate of S cente per incites lilsb. He sired ! dam by lUnulbil, ydam byeliky, by Bowel, (sue dium 2 :jS. Caldwell's Voung Blsck Hawk, he by VeIoclnele Kmlly: fc'rwd In Bruce'aHtud liunkVnl in. will line in, bo by Itobertiou's ssropson, he ing will soon be finished. The bridges w . . . t i 2nd dam KIttyKIvers.the dsm ;ol Bertie Girl, vermoni iiamnieioniants a fine big homo, with moth. Ills dam was by Htlgall's by Imp. Mam Black Hawk, not be a very great hindrance. From fioestyleand good bone, and t turebreedur, sired Buckten's Arnica Salve. d recordof 3 minutes, record by Mlllani Welch, tne sire ol Prince Imperial, second dam was raised by Mules Maxwell and was to Corbin the tunnel, midway, is an lmorted jack. Money due wben the colt Is The best Salve In tbe world lor Cuts, Bruises 2Mi, Jeremiah 2.2.T ., Bes.le T can trot In i.30oi toalcd or nitre Lieu causing some trouble and a great deal of Bore, Bait Bheum, Fever 8ore, Tetter, Chapped 2.47, by Alexander's Abdallah,sireof Goldsmith lietter. William Welch was sired by ltysdyk's colls till season parted with. paid. retained ou all charges are Hnublelonlsn, private record 25, Ittdam the dam Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Bkln Eruptions, Maid. Pasturage will i furnished at reasonable rales delay. Had it not been for this the cars of Itoden'a Prince, 2 27, and by Imp. Trustee) cn ol Parting with mares forfeits tbe Insurance and positively cure 3rd dam by lied Jacket, sire of tbe dam ot tottoMand s.re of twenty miles trotter, Trusmight have been running to Barbourville Is guaranteed to give Piles, or no pay required. I, tee, 2 dam by a son of Mambrlno, by Imp Messen-'.C.T.HAMHIK1K, perfect satisfaction, or money Kentucky Wllkn. uy. oueii'j r.'"100.1 '"Inga grand son ot tbe great Ilvs- by this time. Anyway, wo expect to be refunded. Trice 25 cents per box. For sale by . Maud Mesienger, lull sister to Messenger Breeze, ?A, ',""""""". i iirsuuesv sire living, snd OTTXt.33 able to board tbe cars at this point by Oct. Penny A McAUster. GUI's ermont combln'd, bscked by thorouck-brehad a record when 4 years of 2.2 at 5 years 2.23, will make aflnestoo hoA. Ittk-- . u..... I Sciatica, BcraUhes, ContraeKd 1st, at the latest. Cipt. William McCoy What Can Be Done ? blelonlan, by AWsllah, snu of Mambrlno, dsm by ' at 6 years 2.20 and at 7 years old won tbe fj.OOO lino. hellfounder,2 dam by Lumbago, Sprains. Muscles, Bishop's Hambletoniand the corps of engineers are at work above Bf trying again and keeping up courage many Hhenmatira, Btraini, Eruptions, purse at Cleveland, Ohio, in 2.1S$-2.- 1fi 2.17J4 an, 8 dam by Imp. Messenger, here, running lines to Cumberland Gap and things teemlngly ImpoulbU msy be attained. Hill's Vermout, by Downlng's Vermont, sire ol Burns, Stitches, Hoof Ail, the tame year. 1831, Sept. 6th, she beat the crack thedamof Lnlgina 2 lfi 1st dam by Columbus Bay Stallion foalded In U83. 16 handa high, to Big Stone Gap. It is not definitely Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and Liver EtiffJoinU, Scrtw uj jiiwuk iiiiei, in iiain oy Vermont jr i - Scalds, iB V ,on. i, Columbu. " of Confidence Complaint have been '.cured by Electric Bitters, Bed Wilkes Phil Thompson a match raco for 0, 28: 2nd by Benrand, sire of the dams ol usm uy imp. ecyihlan, Sdam by lionner's Gray 8Ungs, Baclcaehe, Worms, known yet which route they will build first, after everything else had boon tried In vain. 60 in Mr. Crlt Davis will Nellie Gray 2.21; 3d dam by Matihlew. sire of the Eagle, i dam by Onslott's Telegraph. Bites, flails, 8winnej, but it is only a question of time when both don't think there la no cure for you, but try; Elecdam of Climax 2 31. Gill's Vermont Is tho sire of His sire Messenger Chief, 3ln230 list, by Ab. Bruises, Sores, Saddle Oalls, tric Bitters. There Is no medloine so safe, so pure send her again this year through tbe grand cir- Bonner Boy 2 23, illsck Maria 2 2GJi, Lady Oak dallah Pilot, dam bv MainLrlnn Mm.mt.r. ,.,n lines will be constructed. 3 dam by Imp. Najoleon; auniout, Spavin Piles. dams ol iy says he expects to lower her record to 2.10 i;?'?"?.Z'-V'Wl- t ' " .?'..".Nellla I.. dam.Msraurlno I'tilcf, Messenger Chief sired Msud4 Corns, by Tempest; of the Louisville & Nashville and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Electric Bitters cuit and M. H.Smith, I .i.uiumi. nun i.,o, ine wnitjyj'i. Cracks. will cure Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Diseases of or 2.12. Messenger Breexe It as promising u she 3 'eMl 2 30- - U,lT Uavla 2 3IU Messenger 2.16'4;Mnrvel 2.28; Gus 2,23 and many railroad, accompanied by other officers of tbe Kidneys. Invaluable in affections Beatrlca2!3j'f, Udy Palchen 2 30', and Ken- - others destined to win lame on the turf. THIS COOD OLD STAND-Dof Stomach was at tbe same age. Atxlallah Pilot, by Alexander's Abdsltab; dam iucxy.eniiHiuau2.4J. and tire ol the second the road, and a number of capitalists, pass- snd Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. tccompllsbes for everybody exactly what Is claimed Blandlna, by Mambrlno Chief; second dara Messenger Breeze Is a beautiful red bay, 1C hands dsm of Pnll Thompson i.lti,1,. for It. One of the reasons for the great popularity of 2 2l),) by Parker's Brown Pilot. last week. These Larce Bottles only 50 cents a bottla at Penny A ed over the two routes Itvsdyk's HamoJetonlan, by Abdallah, sire ol Sir McAlUttr. Pilot aired Plcksrd 2.18M; Ited Jim 3 yiar-ol- d tbo Uustang Liniment Is found In Its universal t, high, muscular and strong, waiter V.V7. 1st dsm by Chss. "money kings" travel on horseback and Kent inareby Imp. recoul 2.28; Messenger Chief sired Maud nppllcnblllty. Everybody needs such a medicine. of a speedy conformation and there does not exist Belllounder; 2nd dam Uno Eye, br Bishop Excitement in Texas. have a wagon to haul their baggage, traps The I.uniberinna needs It In case ot accident. dam bllverli.il !, lm ii...,... .. Alexander'a Abdallah, by ItvsJyk's Hamble(. s namuieionlan Is tho sire of a. ten. nri. Great excitement has a finer specimen ol the jtysuyx The I Ion sovlfc needs It for general family use. Nettle 2.18. tonian. dam Katie Darllnir. Aleiamlcr'a Al.,ldl. etc. They carry about 30 to 40 gallons of ty of farir, Texas, by been caused in the vicini- on Kentucky soil and 37 others with records ot 2.30 or better; alsool lah sired Goldainltb Msld 2.11, Itotallnd tho remarkable recovery of The Cimnlcr needs It for bis teams and his men. -' 2I'. the "etc." along with them to ubc in care of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so helpless he could not trotting bred horse and coming as he does from a the dams ot Trinket 2.H, and Mothers with Thoradslo 2.22; Msjor Ediall 2.2S; Bt. Elmore The needs it always on bis uork of 2.30or lietter. producing family, hit tire, hit damjand bit grand-daHe also sired Almout, Belmont, Ilelsora, .80. tcncli. turn In bed, or raise his hoadjleverybody said he snakebite or sicknete. Vermont (Downlng't) by Hill's Black Hink, Hiielby Chief, together with tbe dams of Jerome all being producers of speed, bo is Just the slrepfhihan Allen 2.2.!4. Vermont (Dowulng's) Eddy 2,JC4, Katie Mlddleton 2 23, Bill The Mlnrrnecdiltlnciuoof emergency. Foreign capitalize are bringing a great wuaayingoiuouBuniptlon. A trial bottle ol Dr, Thunder s Is s Ire of ol Enigma 2.2C, and also sire ol The l'loncei-needsl- t can't getalongwlthout It. Bell and Harlan coun Jitngs new Discovery was tent hlui. Finding re kind of a horse to make a luting 'impression on thedamof Mambrlno Bruce, the sire of Belle Wil- 2.JSi,elc. Chief, Jr . will make the present sea- deal of money into Mnseuger Tbe 1'nrinrr needs It In his house, his stable, son 2.28. iiei, ne nougnt a large bmle and son st my place 1U, hit progeny. tits, Within the Jut x month. $250,000, King, Hill's Hlack Hawk, Iit Sherman Morgan. Dam. urauioiusvnie piKU, miles from llustuuvllle on the and his stock yard. si The Strnmbont mnn nr the Hnntiiuin needs a fast mare. has been dumped into the bands of men in I taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ol the Dis. $30 TO INSURE A MAKE IX FOAL. lire oftrotting Haratoua Hill's Black Hawk 1. tbd It In liberal supply afloat and ashore. Helloof 2.M neat ns knew the value coyery be was well and had gained in flesh Allen 2.25, and Young America 2.23. and Is sire 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Tho Ilnrsc-fnnclineeds It- -It Is bis best the mountains who never pounds. Trial bottles ol this Great Discov. Money due wnen tho fact is ascertained, or mare of tbe dams of Blanche 2.23. Geu. Tweed 2.2CW, Money due wben is foaled cr mare parted friend and safer! reliance. money, on account of its ecarcity. And coll of rennessee 2 27, and also the founderol the gret Ktock-griwfor Consjmptloa free at Penny A McAlisters parted with or bred to another horse. Will make Black eiy The needs It- -It will save him . with. Mam, will be pastured at 12 per Hawk tAmllv. ; thut ,. . v.x-during the next six months probably a ." mi but I will not lie r(SonslMH for accidents mouth, thousands of dollars and n world of trouble. ..- hu in h. mux. ,cujai be season ol 1E87 on the farm of iiue do ui .ju or octter representaTho Itnllrnnd mnn lives. need It J. It. HA VOII. IIAX. long as his llfo It a round nerds It and will dangers.so million more will be brought in for payHuttonviiie, Columbus (Barkley's), by Old Columbus, sire ol llOItEUTXcA IjMSTF.11, of accidents and ment on land already bought. Thousands About I mile from Stanford, Confidence 2 28. Dam, a Messenger Mars. The IlucU woods, iinn needs It. Thero Is uolh. My Stallion, Old Columbus. 2.41k;, converted pacer, brought Ing like It as an nnUdoto for tho dangers to life, of acres of wild lands have changed hands "rfben Ilaby from Canada, hire ol Confidence 2 2i, Columbus limb and comfort w hich turround the pioneer. u sick, we gave her Caatorla, Navigator 2.81, Itoa'rond2.Sw, and Touug within the last few months. The value of "When HUPlf 1IAN, liSS F. The nicrcbiint needs It about bis store among n Im sire of the dsms ol Ben ale wm a Child, she cried for Caatoria, Lend bis employees. Accidents will happen, and when land has been increased 10 to N. 2.20'f, Nameless 2.,C, PuM-- tj Will make tbe present season at 31. "Men she became lllss, she dnng to S.llfTII 2.37J4- - (Vouog Columbus Is tbe sire of 11 2.30 Castoria, ttom Stsnford. on tbe these come tbe Mustang Liniment Is wanted nt once. BTANFOBD, KT. HA t(J II Jt A X'S.Z that was not worth its taxes can not now When sLt ad be h ons Keep bsve Somer et pike at $10 uhi bad Children, she gave them Castoria. to illume Isafinec-oiu-blnta tivinu economy. nllottlo In the House. 'TUtho best of or better perlormers.) Oldthat h bouf-h- t for S25 to $30 per acre. 0 ,lreJ1.a) Offlc Main 8 licit, two ami South aid Is the founder ol the Columbus family, which ruff, same conditions as above, lie horse, IC bands high, of good style and acow tbtMytrs UoUli Keep a Iluttlo In ttie Fnclorr. IlslmmedUte blood was to the course all the lands are not this way; only ahe Pare Nluoai Oxldt Gas administer d wac.r was to Kentucky. Kail what C. Pilot. Jr. blood tion and has piovcn himself a splendid bro'der. uso In case accident saves pain TIIOH. ROlliXHON, those convenient to the contemplated line required. UMAX J. K, HA KGiiistonrlllt ( jveep aofiinttli) Alivnrn In nnd loss of wage Stanford, uy tho bmblo fur j use Mheu wunicd. ctt-lea1 n, two-stor- of railway, and their nearness to a probable town. Lands on the headi of some of the creeks from five to 20 miles from the rail road, can be bought at prices ranging from $1 50 to Si. 30 per acre, owing to lis loca tion. Speculators aro coming every day and taking options on all they can get. In this way a great deal of the most convenient and best lands are tied up so that they cannot be purchased. These options are tiken for different lengths of time; some for o0 days and a few for two years. Ten per cent, of selling pries is usually paid down when option is taken. Fibiiie. SALESMEN WANTED -- ! jemX -- i r- .JCUISVIllt HlWjUBmjCHICASORfji,- ' Tv p - To solicit orders for our rcllablo Nurrcry Slock. Good salary nndexpenjei or Cjuitnlaiion. Perma-- A NEW FAST MAIL Lsuvi.io nom nent employment guaranteed. Addreai at once, stating age. SMil.l, A) .'m. Nurserymen, tit. Louis, Mo. JiOIVttMh KKNTUCJCV LOUISVIXLU CINCINNATI, Jersey Brooders9 Salo Dally, eccurci to travelers THE MOST RAPID SERVICE AT LEXINGTON, KY., JUNE 1) $10 IT0 INSURE A LIVING T Money f duo whcn.Ctolt la; fcalcdor maro tattAllOl'T 5( II33A.X ed with. ;--i .;v"- ,1,"1 ''' HIGH BRED COWS & HEIFERS ,...W.'I,,.!., .lfi dam (lay, byand was alrol by William Welch, Frank Wolford, Nowpcrt Nowi li Ulsslsclppi Valloj Cs. My Hno stallion, Welch, will make Ihesra.on of 188 DY DAYLICHT at my plare, known as tho John l.loy I Thurman (arm, l..inllon from Hlielbr City, md Through the CANONS ol NEW RIVER and acrots the between the Stanford A Dantlllo nnd UaiiTllIe aUEdHANIES ami the BLUE RID0E. patting ttHUE A HustonTlllo Turnpike at SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Reiortt ol the Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. FINEST SUMMER CLIMATE II? AMERICA. WELCH. WaA2JULsdMIJ I "W A bK LB. SILVER, KING Wallace Denmark ll bus-ine- cs. i, rs i I L.&N. -- 1 1 STEVE WALKER. In. , 11 .1 reiui.va-ofuiat- iy ' TiMOUGIi LINE vn , SOUTH & WEST .. KRICSSOM", JR., ARTHUR . SXIVXS, , i $25,000.00 IN GOLD -- I I j&.rr -- I Oi-Icuii- Ver-Irtb- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS BUS NE the the of the recc-('ente- d, of if,tloo Lli-erl- three 1 n, Ss thoroughly experienced references ji cd . i-- "iff Ij. SECOND JEWEL. t 123,-W- O Vermont tl u:ji. Hambletonian. ritau-for- 1 ft ISUItE tliiies-defts- tod - York-shli- e. BEAST! - BLACK HAWK, . -- 'ir-a- ld y car-ol- ". k. la ,j, Mexican Mustang Liniment t MESSENGER CHIEF, JR 1 15,-00- 2.1CJi-2.17Ji-- 2.l9. Vice-Presid- ent I1"'"'!' Y well-bre- well-kni- io-d- '... c mh? F .. thir-ty-s- lx -r ... .." ,.,,!.. - 30-fol- WCllOEON DENTIST, Wi JO ABDALLAH, Vro0'"'' V wm. ii vHmmm4AmMmmmmtAivm'mrwwmBauauuMMMimmmtri3mni avtttmtumtamnniHMUMiwimn iaiiAMmitnttxaxaamimmtntiwnnrMimfjaymMdr'amtiatmmtM.-trr.ij- r CZ Bimeby he got It Inter his head th't tdlcntion wan't tho projier thing, an' kicked tho school r.ouo door oflen Its hinges, nn' imv the scy.i.lm.Vnm nn' nil the scholars out sv'ry time they'll open vhool, nn' so they hnd to close up the hull business. This was about a year ortcr the mule had took the titlo to Uncle Pete, Aunt Sairey nn' tho farm, nn1 Undo Pete nn' tho old woman had nct'ally packed up nil their things on tho sly, b'gosh, tin' was wnitin' for some dark night w'en tho mule were nwny from hum, so's they could give him the slip nn' dig for Jorsey. "Arte- - the mulo had put his veto on edlcn-tio- n In the township, tho population boo th't sumpin' hnd to be did, so they hold n secret meetin' one night, an' passed a resolution th't three or four of tho best shots In tho township should lay fer the mule nn' try to kill him. Tbo next day arter this resolution wero took, littlo Simon Kilonf kim to tho elenrln'. Simon were scant live foot in hts nioeVlns, an' wero 'bout ez fnt ez an ax handle, Tho shndder of a fence post nnd Simon's shadder yo'd ha' took fer twins. Hut lie had p'lnts. Simon b'longed to the clcnrin', but had gono west three or four year afore, 'spocthi' to make his fortun', but, not pickin' one up, he dono the nex' best thing nn' larnt to bo a horse doctor. He got back to tho cleariu' Jist ez the conspy-rac- y ag'iu the mule were hatched, an' tho fust thing BImor. seo ez he drnw'd nigh to his ol' stampin groun' wero littlo Dlue Llghtnln' that were the name tho mule wero know'd by a klckin' In the Imck door at SI Morgan's, w'ile Si nn" his woman was coniln' outen tho winder an' makin' fer tho cellar. Simon pulled up all a statidin'. " 'By gum!' says he. 'Thar's tho mnkln' of a bully good mule,' soys he. "Simon jumped offen his buckboard an' wnlked over to whar Bluo LU'.ittiln' wero scntterln' hemlock splinters outen Si Morgan's door. I don't 'spo--o the mule had ever seo nnythlng jlst like Simon afore, an' w'en ho sot his eyes on him, b'gosh, he jUt quit klckin' Simon wn'n't much nn' looked skeert. higher'n the mule, nn' not sech n durn sight thicker through th'n one o' Bluo Lfghtnin's fodder. legs. "'Won-nn- , boy!' says Simon, an' tnkln' holt o' one o' tho mule's big ear, tol' him to come on. The mulo didn't seem to think ho'd go fut nlong, but bimoby he got Simon sized up, nn' mnkln' up his mind that ho had found sumpin' that'd pan out n henp o' new fun fer him. he went along, Inughin' to hlelf llko all Iosse.ied. 'cordin' to SI Morgan, who was takin' in the p'formnnce by ixtkin' outen tho cellar. "Simon told the committee th't was to gun fer Blue Llghtnln' th't he'd tnketlw mulo offen the township's ban's, but ev'rybody said th the fits thing they know l they'd Und Simon dead, nn' then the mule M be back enter 'em wtts'n ever. Simon said no; all tho mule wanted were to bo broke, nn' th't ho Intended to break the mule If he hnd to climb a tree with him an" drop him on n rod;. Tho fust week th't Simon an' the mule were scrnpin' an acquaintance with ono another the mule kicked seven tits o' harness offen hlsself, knocked four wagons Into splinters an' broke Simon's arm. Tho mulo liked tho new fun lstter'n anything he'd struck senco he took charge o' the township, un' he kinder moped nn' pir.e w'ile Simon's nrm wero get-tiIn shnjie to keep tho boll a rollln'. "One day, arter Simon's nrm got all right ngln, n feller kim through tho clearln' buyin' up sheep. He had one o' them high wagons with a cage on it for enrryin' sheep in. It were good nn' heavy, an' bad a slopin' dash. Simon got his eye on this sheep wagon. "'Here, I.Vosh,' says he, 'is the very thing to exercise that mulo with.' "Th' wero a hill two miled long in tho road back tbnr, an' th' wa'n't a break in it tho hull distance till it struck the clearln'. It were a steep un, too, nn' arter the road went n hundred yards or so through tho clcnrin' nt the bottom o' the hill it struck Inter another long hill and then fullered a level fer a pleco, w'en it kim to nnother long bill, tho bull makin' a good five miled o' stiff grade. "Wall, Simon hired tho sheep man to drivo his wagon up to the top o' tho two miled hill backo' tho dentin', tako his boss outen tho shafts, and then len' tho wagon to him. Ho put a harness on Bluo Llghtnln', who, sniflln' a bam full o' fun ahead, follored littlo Simon ez meek ez n lamb nn' ez willin' cz n dog. W'en they t cached tho top o' tho lull an' tbo mule see tho wagon, his eyes nct'ally snapped. It were plain enough to seo th't he thort ho were in fer the boss timo o' tho season. Simon hitched the mule to tho wagon, dim up to tho seat, grablied tho lines, give the mule n w hack with tho whip, on' away they went llko a quarter rncor on tho humstrctch. Tho mulo started on a dead jump. Thoy got n hundred yards or so down the bill, and then Bluo Llghtnln' thort it wero timo to open tho picnic, nn' ho slung his heels to'unl tho sky. They struck tho dashboard llko a thunder clnp, nn' they not only struck it, but they went clean through it an' lapped over tho side nex' to Simon six Inches or more. lines tho cz dropjied if Simon they wns red hot, an' grabbed th mule's hind legs jist 'hove tho hoofs. On went the mule on his two fore feet. Ho had to go wuther he wanted to or not, for tho heavy sheep wagon kep' pushln' of him, an' ho were goin' so fait ho couldn't fall. Licky te split down tbo hill they tore, Simon a yellln' like a wild Jiijun, nn' the wagon a bangin'an' swlngln' along over tho stuns an' thank yo mams, an' mnkln' moro noiso, b'gosh, th'n a thunder storm. They struck tho level nt the clearin' like a hurrycane, an' thar tho mulo tried to stop on' rest, but 'twa'n't no use. They tore across that level like a flash, Simon hangiu' outer tho mule's heels like grim death, an' Blue Lightnin'a fore legs a playin' so fast wo couldn't seo 'em. Whlzzy to flash down tlio uext hill they went a baugin', nn' on down all the rest o' tho hills fer five miled; an' w'en they got to tho lottom o' tho last hill they was goin' so fast th't 'fore they could stop they wont cloan to tho top o' tho big Washout hill th't raises almost from tho foot of tho five miled hill, an' is moro'n half a miled long an' steep ez a roof. On the top o' big Washout tliey fetched to. Simon Jet go o' Bluo Lightnin's heels, nn' ho pulled them outen the holes in the dashboard an' sot tho feet on tho ground. 1 hen he turned 'round an' give one sad an' sorrow in' look at Simon mi' keeled over. When Simon fetched hira to, Blue Llghtnln' were a changed mule. Ho seo, b'gosh, th't he'd met somebody with moro p'iuts th'n ho had, an' he know'd th't tho heyday o' life fer him wero past on' gono. So ho got up nn' followed Simon back to tho clear-In-', an' went to plowin' corn ez if ho hadn't never did notbin' else from the day he wero lioni, an' tho township wunst more held tho tills to Itself, an' Undo Pete and Aunt Sairey got to feelln' ng'in th't they wn'n't tresjmssin' on their own farm w'en they went out to dig a 'later. r Ed Mott in New York Sun. S 1 n' DROWNING. TIIK HOUSE UOOTOJl COMPELLED TO GIVE PLACE TO THE VETERINARY SURGEON. A Aul Vlilt lo n llorio Hospital mat In All Stages of Discuses mill All Cunillllun of Treatment Dcllcnto Operation. Tho "horso doctor" 1ms ticcomo n thing of tho jwist nml llio veterinary surgeon has taken his place. Velcriiiary treatment has y In this country becomo u science. there aro any number of veterinary colleges cno nt Philadelphia and another at Now to nono In tho York, cither lielng y moro Amerl-an- s world. Thero aro nlso than representatives of any other nation vOinpletlng their studies in this lino In tho famous Institutions at Montreal and Toronto. This state, too, hn-- i recognized thn claims of its vast livo stock interests. Last year tho trustees of tho Ohio stnto unlvenIty established n new department for tho purKso of educating veteiinnrian. Tho great damage, dono to animals by contagious mid Infectioui diseases, mid tho continually cuhanelng valuo cf domesticated animals, brought this about. Cincinnati now has two of tho largest veterinary hospitals in tho country. Walking through one of them, on Central avenue, tho other day a reporter saw horses in all itages of disease and in all conditions Ol treatment. A great noblo animal, with 0 Lcavy matt rem wound nlout his lxly and his head protected by nu Immense hood several Inches thick, had leon swung off his feel. Imbedded In his right hind hoof was n great Iron spike, Tho poor fellow hud stepped iiii It mid In his terriblo pain and frantic cffoiU had driven It clean through ami out of tli fetlock. Almost human wert Lis cries as I)r Snider applied the forcejw tc the head i if t In spike. Tlte horse w n st nipped tothotloorHiid could scarcely move a muscle. As tetiilcily h imaiblon good hold wns had oil A mighty, quick pull nnd out it tho spike anio. Thru liniment and salve wero oj j lied. Tli wound was cooled off, washed ut and Iwndagcd and the horm raised upon II- - uppcArl to recoguli hi beneLis feet factors, f"i' lie laid hi head upon theshouldel ' f one of the attendant, seeling to bo pettetL His fon in l was tallied nisi he lluiiod intc I is Uill, ui'imiently satUtled. Thru i iime it trim looking little nnlinal. A fatly turn r lutd pntlierod ill the corner of his riuht e , ml Iid almost clol the pti Several iIumh of cocaine hod lieen ndmini-- t reil tin- - ilur iTevlons. "Cocaine Ium Iiecome one of the moat ini lirUut fiK'ton known in veterinary treatment," remarked the doctor In olinrge. "You seo, tbeli'irw ennnot abuse It. If He hare a large tumor m in a atwiof thl kind w inject, hpWimValIy, 'round alwit tlse region of tin' place to Ik) trotted, llmt part To-da- You might mako up your mind to die b.f water A slow, col death; nay, at times, when weary Ot pnlna that pass not, and pleasures tli.At pall, Wien tho temples throb and tho heart Is dreary, And life Is dried up, you could oven desire ' Through tho Hat crecn weeds to fall and fall Half asleep duwn tho green light under them all, As in a dream, while all things seem Wavering, wavering, to feci tho stream Wind, and Kurglc, and sound, and glentn. Owen Meredith, How fearful a thing Is fire I had grown to lie quits said that "his worthy from sheer humility." stood moTho iineoiitli, rnw boned tionless, nt a respectful distance fiomthobod, twirling in his dirty fingers n nondescript In-ln- l'ks AT TOftMOXICO'S. AN NEW EPICURE'S MEAL AT YORK'S NOTED RESTAURANT. SCATTER THE GERMS. become ilcndtiied, ns It Here." Tlte horse's Itend wns laid bnek upon tb doctor's shoulder. 'With an Instrument th cyolhU were thrown back and n tumor alioul the kite of IjhIm' flit was removeil. Then wore no Indlcntlom of tho operation hain; given )iii. nisi nlitn tho eyelids dropjisi bark the nlf" ted spot could not lo seen. Hangim; up in the oilier of the physician ir. charge wen-ni- l iU of Instruments. Thor wore tooth )iiels, mouth sriilitin, of nil k'o uii'l form, forceps for cutting mid pulling teeth, tooth miwh, veterinary needles ol lodging liotife were leveled at tho damsel, as, all shaK, from the curved to tlme crfvctly she leaned in n dreamy mood on tho lion cross ttraight, with needle holders and c cry thing tar of her window. appertaining to tho science. Adjoining wni The young woman, however, jwid but little Uio drug nmi. Here, from tho ceiling to the heed to her admirers, or was unaware of tho floor, on nil side, were carefully arranged turmoil her prewnco created among them, so rows of I, tth-- i AIM with medicine. Next that soon n few of tho moit obstinate alone came tho stone floored bath room. Hero the in their unpropltlous quest. borvs are ttcntcd to shower Isiths.aio rubbed frmtngho, of nil the students, wns crhaps down and tln-ihoofs, Incased In large IxKit, the only one who hnd to the aro given n soaking. Then coma tho largt young woman nnd herlaid noattentiunIndeed, rnven locks. box stall", deeply bedded with sawdust, while ho profeswsd n feeling bordering on contempt ecl Joining went the ojkiu stalU. for the loves, of grisettcs. l'erhnps It was his "Hen-ii sight for you," remarked nn lordly indifference that nseurcd his success., hi Ise openiO tho door to one cf tb for ho could not fail noticing nt last that the ".'"sk at tliat." And It was a eyes of the pirl cpositc constnutly sought boxstal tight tnih A hotx with HiiiIm many tlnwi company his own. tio he deigned to so snolleu that the skin their nvtiUs had Imi-k- l.i many plac. lu loly wot Kujierlatively indolent, Snntagbo spent tho swollen to mi etiunuous size, nisi it no most of hi time stretched on nn easyebnir a pttlible object l on his Imlconr where he Ii,sisito "Vlmt mi )0u do with tliat h'HveT nkei and smokisl or rolled the national ciguietto. tho reporter. W'Uo was this young woman I "Cure it," wns the reply. SanlnKlio, as soon as ho met with her, disThe repot ter united. Another I six stall covered that slut m a work girl who hail ro a as nml n iHjrw.' stepH-- l out. cently conio from the country, nnl that her "Tills Imiiw wa much woi-sthan that name was Hortt-nsiu- . Hut he binied himself one," nn remarked by the physician. "You so little nUmt the vulgar ncceme4 of every ran se those great ore pbireM. Thnt'i w here day life, which he had ulways found ready to He steps around all right, the skin bis hand, mid the money he spent to doom't Ih i" and the reiiorter ndmltUil that him so eMly, that ho never thought ennio or cared Le did. to pry further into tho young girl's life. "What the trouble with Clio Hoi tensia wiu tctrothcd to an honest work"They bio, to i"-- n common esprowion, ing tailor, who was from tho sauio part of poisoning w hnt is sulfiTitig from blooil tho country as herself. They had known a mllitensn. Tliey were brought into brought up together, nnd the tailor, from tho city. iiimI change of food and air what he had heard, was deeply in lovo with brought it on. This last horso was con- the young girl. demned to die. Hero is n dilfvrent phaso Early one morning, as Bnntaglio lay fast of the Mine dUeiiM,n and nmagulflivnt looking asleep, for his wont was to begin tho day as auliuul was poiutcl out, "You wo ho is late as possible, n discreet rap was heard at swollen scarcely a particle. Ho was a prutty thodoor of his room. Hut that morning o . I at work within a sick bono', but will was even more drowsy then usual. In " fact, he had only Just coino homo from Uno of the ni(t dt'llcate opurutlous was tho ball and gone to bed. It was, moreover, It was pulling n hone's doubly necessary for him to mako up for lost next witncKd. tooth. Tho horV head was fiuteiuxl and time, liecausu in tho first place ho was very tho mouth held open with a s(eculuin. Tlitn tired, and secondly, because he had to bo an upor molnr received attention. It bad up again at 11 o'clock to take tho lead of liecn tremnniil, and a tooth chisel was held mi excursion to Balnto Qermaine, or somealongside tho tooth. A quick blow with a where elM Hortensla was to be one of the light hammer, and it was out. on tho lower part of tho lmrty. "If that had Another rnp, more firmly cmphasltcd, folmouth 1 should havo pulled it with tho for- lowed. ceps," said tho doctor. "Come in," growled Bantagllo, in n lnlf "How can ono toll when a homo U suffering sleep. asked the re)orter. from toothache An unknown footstep sounded on the floor. "Thero are various ways. Ha will hold his "Who's there grullly nsked Bantagllo, bead to one side, as if In palu. When eating who was too heavy about the eyelids to turn ho will suddenly drop what he has in his round. mouth. Tho ncrro bus Urn touched. Ho '"Tis I, sir," timidly responded a voice will twitch his mouth, then pick It up again. equally unknown to him. Well, thero nro numerous ways of telling Here KnntngHo wheeled over lu his bod what is tho matter." nnd started with wonder nt the ghastly Thero were horkos with tumors iijhdii their sjusjnclc that offered itelf before his drowsy shoulder from ill fitting harm-i- , and upon gll7 their backs from tho same cause. Horses 'lo any that his visitor was a hunchback stove up from the hard pavement and n thor- would merely suggest the Idea of a iiinn with oughbred beast "it has a record of 'J:'.'"," said n sternum sunk In, tho chest of n cobbler and nn attendant. "You can soo ho has bumped long anus dangling down on either sldo of his knee ugiiluiit his manger." " his body; but what term could be selectod A horse wiu brought In suffering from tho from tho vocabulary of infirmities to describe colic. He was given a heavy comouud cathoo distorted, rickety legs, knock kneed thartic, nhno-i-t as much as ho could swallow, nnd splay footed; that sickly, suffering, and. after being blanketed, led Into a box death llko face, which, although still young, stall. Next a horse whoso neck was bound In was haggard, bony nnd wrinkled; thoso splinters was noticed. feverish, wolfish eyes; that repulsively bald "This horse," explained the doctor, forehead and cadaverous skin, the wholo from muscular rheumatism. Ho was of that hideous and monstrous being whoso insured, and lay In his stall, on tho hard floor, body, In fart, seemed no less ravaged by misuntil ho bvcamo sore. Ho bites Uuooboro ery than disfigured by tho most grizzly deplaces, and thoMi splinters nro placed upon formity f hU peck to prevent his turning his head," And yet, under tho timid, mistrustful eyes "This is n nlco looking nnlninl, it?" ho that shone in the depth ot their orbit, asked as tho brought out n large dark bay. their contracted brows, there stood re"That horse has run a nail in his hoof. It is vealed mi amount of intelligent firmness and the tenth ono in threo months. He Is n good will that disarmed sarcasm and suggested the traveler, but goes slipping along doesn't soul of a man under tbo structuro of a toad ; pick his feet up clean nnd quick. Ho will you felt convinced that if tho creature w horn catch ovcry nail on tho street A quick step- naturohad thus so cruelly wronged was emper will never do that" Cincinnati Enquirer. barrassed to get other to excuse his deformities, be nt least had long ago made up his The memlicrs of a family In McDuflle mind to his physical disabilities. He bad got county, Oa., Iwar tho following names: Lcnty far licyond tbo stage ot resignation. Ednoy, Adney Detney, Elkny Iletney, Mob Bantagllo depicted him tersely when be chy Ebney and Zcliedeo Kcdloy. r l Sautaglio at a loss to mako out tho meaning of so strangon visit. Tho thought never entered his head that something nkin to mutunl relationship could possibly exist between himself nnd this abject specimen of humanity. Bomobaro faced creditor, thought he, who has stumbled nt tho wrong door. I havo said that Bantagllo was of n generous, A CASii OF CONSCIEXCK. turn of mind, Hlsnatlvo pride, however, or perhaps an old habit contracted In high tonal colonlnl life, accounted for tho somewhat My friend SanUigllo, n I'ortugueso from haughty tone of volco which ho assumed IMo Janeiro, had been sent, when a boy, to whenever ho rpoko to any ono whom ho pursue his studios nt tbo Henri IV college, ns regonhsl as an inferior. Wo must nlso that he IiojI been wokoupoutof his is often thoenso with rich families in distant His school days over, Bnntaglio sleep. colonies. "What do you wantf ho inquired sharply. went home to spend a twelvemonth and At this untoward reception, tho poor renew the ncqualntnnco cf his family and hunchback felt like sinking into his shoes. It friends, he then returned to Franco for tho was evident that ho must scak, but how to puriMo of studying law nnd nvniling himself do It ho did not know. of the Instructions to bo had in higher facul"Excuse me, sir," ho began, with evident perplexity, nnd nt a los for words to express ties of learning. Bnntaglio, like n real student, took up his his errand, "it is M. Bnntaglio, Is it not, that 1 have the honor to nddrossp residence In ono of thoso tumble down tene"Yes. Whutlsitr ment houses to which Bohemians resorted In "Excuso me, sir," reiterated tho incubus, the classic days of tho Latin quarter n per- with grow mg embarrassment In his volco nnd place, whero each window manners, "I wouldn't havo you tnko amiss fect kennel of n represented n separate room, nnd lach room what I've romo to ask you. I know I disa cell secreting somo futuro doctor of law or turb you but, excuso me, 'tis n matter of medicine. such lmiwrtnnco to tno" He stop ted doubtlw in the hope of nn enIn the nudtt of this happy go lucky, carebrawling and lioastful couraging smile, which, I nm loath to admit, less, pleasure set of youthful students, nn evergreen nursery never came. ground, which supplies society on demand With an effort he continued: with innumerable advocate, doctors, gen"I have lieen told, sir do you happen to be eral, deputie, sonntors nnd (oh! misery) Gov- acquainted with Miss Hortensla, a work girl ernment eleiks, Kautngllo's cinygoing ways, who lives In the house opjiositor generous deposition nnd lunate distinction "What's thnt to your sternly inquired did not fail to win friends on every side. Ho who felt his anger riso nt whnt h" consoon numbered as many ns went nnd enmo sidered uujiioiiflable curiosity on the part of down the staircase of hit lodging house, and a stranger. his room, the door of which wns always open, From timid thnt they had lieon, the features Ivcnnie tl.e center whero merrymaking of tho huneliWk grew tender and suppliand plensuro trips were arraugeil. catory. In fact, if Kantnglio'slrritablo mood Hantaglio found the means had not gol'tho letter of his temjior. he might In thi of sjiendiiig in gay company the allowance havo seen large round tears already welling an opiileut one for n student that he re- up lit his visitor's eyes. ceived regulatly through his batikem. "Sir, I se- - tlmt I anger you. and I ideally reFronting liU lodgings was n house not ltw gret doing so , but, ns I told you, sir, 'tis n crowded lut ns diirereut in appearance as matter of sueh grave importance tome that were the fwiturwi of those who lived in it. I couldn't help coining. 1'ei hnM you don't Dirty, in ite of recent replastenng, itaskel know who this young girl 1st Well, yon see, i ton f mine and miter coating all Hawed mid some tales are rumored nlsaut iUfed mill nswired, scarcely held together, in her, nnd the fud i, sir, 1 mil to marry spite of the large H irons stu'-- heie mid ihero her." aliout the wall. The cuitaiuio window On heeling theae Inst words fall from the pMsss were so dull for want of w Ipmg tliat it hunchbacks lips Sautaglio has often silica v. as lmpoibl to see through them from tho wondered how it was tlmt lie did not burst opposite siie of the street ; nt lifgbt time tliey out inn wild tit of uncontrollable laughter. all suddenly lighted up nt about the ssmo Ho pictured to himself that ridiculous, withd hour, and the Dickering lighU were nil ered, wrinkled abortion by the side of the twenty minutes after. 1 lie house, in handsome youug maiden, with her largo fact, wm tiimnUsl by worknuu, who went black ej oa, supple limbs, well mulled frame early to Issl In onler to rise with the dnvwi. nml rnven locks, nnd nsked himself how the Yet tLis at'JtH't, decnyed, Imlf crumbling living cnricatuio of Hortensla could have structure, which luul hithsrto Uen an object found munition enough ever to aspiro to her suddenly Ui'imve n hand. As it wns, hU anger fell, nnd pity so of deriMuii or cynoirure of attrnctivemwt for the tudentJ far cmne in its place that he win, oil the o!nt over the w ay. of misrepresenting the true stato of facts and The ieKiii of this wns not dillli-til- t to dis- telling n fnbeliood ; but his lictter nnturo got cover. One line morning the llgure of n the ujijier hand, for it was repugnant to him young wonnn, who had arrived, ap- to deceive n human creature, whoever it peared at an open window. As her main oc- might be, ulw appealed directly to his loycupation soenird to consist in listless nnd Idlo alty. conteirplatKHiof the people In the street, all "Yes," he answered, I do know her. Now the eyes and spy glasses from tho opposite leave me alone, and marry the devil if you so s i San-tnglipro-cccdextln-gufasbe- hat nf the lieautiful Pcalter the Cm the holy shrine of home: Vt and the fair, nml lu the loveliest luster eon-.e- . jrra.--f.i- l tlre Ilesrrlptlou of tlte Largo Dining Itoinii TIid Kplcuro nnd tlio Man from the Ciiiintrj Tlio Crowd nt Midnight. "Th!," said nn epicure) to n man from tho country, "Is DelmonlcoV. tho lest known restaurant hi the world." Tho men's loom Is very plain. Its chief ornament is a muscular gentleman who restores order when some of tho young bloods get to playing such pranks as driving n cab Into tbo restaurant. Tho ornament used to l n prizo lighter. Tho epicuro leads his guest to his favorite table near tho center of the room. Tho tables are topped with iron gray mnrble. They nro so small that they look not unllko largo cakes of castilo soap. Tho room Is high and done off in what looks llko leather. Lnco curtains aro at tho largo windows, draped over plain white ones that hnt been pulled A Scatter the germs of the beautiful In the depths of the human soul , They shall hud, and nnd bear fruit While thectidlefl ages roll. Llost-om- liLUK LTGIiniN'. down. Tho glow of incandescent electric lamps lights up tho heads of tho bald waiters, for quite a number of them havo lost their hair. They aro not allowed to loso their tempers, mid they lose their hair instead. Bomo of them nro benevolent appearing, elderly men. They nro French or Oennnn, but graciously consent to tnlk lame English with the guest. Ono with u clawhammer coat and n white corsngo moves about tho premises in a leisurely manner. Ho is captulu of tho watch nnd commands tho fifteen white aproned There nro comparatively few wulters. in tho largo room when nt !:W o'clock tho epicure nnd his guest sit down at nn Iron gray tuble, which n waiter blankets with n mules puts mo In tnliid o' littlo "Sjicnkm' Simon Kilonf of Ijst Crow Hnrren; not th't th' were any thing mulish 'bout Simon, but ho hnd ono of the dotiottcdest. ornaricst, mule flesh ns ever tried to kick tho tip of a llghtnin' rod offen n two story bnrn. Ienstwnys them w.xs Ills best p'lnts w'en little Simon got to Ik- bis owner. That mule had ben In tho townsliipnyenrnii'better w'en Simon got titlo to him, nn' ho hadn't only lien in the township, but he had run tho hull duni business of tho township ever since he hung out his shingle thai-- . Nobody ever know'd w bar that mulo first dropped from; but late one night In tho winter 'o Uncle Pcto How y Incrd a pooty stiff rap at his cabin door, nn' he got up an' hollered out: - '"Who's thnrr ngm the door wero nil tho answer ho got Undo Peto couldn't look out nowhar to see who wero knockln' "cause th' wu'n't nary winder in the cabin fer him to look out of. So he holleia out. " 'Wall, If ye can't spit it out w ho ye le. ye kin stay out nn' be chimed to ye!' "With that Uncle Peto bunked in ngln. The stranger as were kuoekin' then gtv thiee or four w hacks th't made Uncle Pete think th't mebby th' were nn 'nrthquake passing th't way. an' the nex' minute k'tdnm went the door wide ojkmi. Tho moon were dend full that night, nn' ez soon ez the door flew open tho cabin was lit up llko n pine knot torch, nn' in walked n mule not much blggern n half fawn, but with em's th't 'd ha' matched Uncle Pete's inoe'ins as to 'ire, an' them moe'sins "d lief to lx shrinked coneld'-abl- e if ye 'sjiectod to j till 'em over a No. 12 Inst. Uncle Pete nnd Aunt Snirey sjming bolt up in lxsl mf liHlored: Aunt Knirey a yellln' spooks an' murder, an' Uncle Pete n gittin rid o' some seript'ml p'nits that 'd ha t a Delaware river lunuVrm.iu offen his raft nn' made him swim fer Jeisey. Tho mule didn't pay no mar 'tentlon to th folks th'n if thev'd bn' been n s?con' ban' set o' double lmrtie, lait he Jlst flopped clown In front o' tl. fireplace, ez much es to oWrvc th't ez fer him, Igosh, ho were pointer sleep, o' the fntn'ly could Utke t leir nn' the ch ice and holler tlte rest o the night, if they "Hangy-tc-bang-ban- napkin. "Where's Henry:" asks the epicuro of tho captain, who ixjliti-l- consents to call that individual. Henry hiings n sluto frame with somo printed matter on It. It Is the bill of tare. Each victual bears nn nwo inspirit.,; naino ami price, but the c pieure runs his eyo over the bill, lays it aside, and orders from his own fertile brain. He first make out a "requisition for n doseu blue points on the deep hnlf shell." When Henry brings them they look too good to eat The shells have lieen scrubbed with n brush until they look like n dainty piece of pottery. The oysters nppeal vory strongly to the alnt. They were routed out of lied mid coiiiiiellcd to liven little white on fresh water nnd then allowed to return to their old salt water diet until they attain tho proper flavor for aueh n taste m the epicuro enjoys. The man from the country wins the contempt cf his escort by drowning one oyster in inegnr, salt, nnd pepper. "A rnw oyster, and especially n Hlue Point, needs no si asouing," sn s tho epicure, as lie letaii ely enU lib with n dainty threo titled, long handled fork. "Now bring mo some consomme in cui," aays ih,. nnd Henry fetches in the d article, which the stranger starts to sugar and eivnui, under the mistaken impression that it Is ten. W lieu told that it is soup, he again lowers himself in tho estimation of his entertainer by eating it with n spoon instead of drinking it from u cup llko ten. Little round ruks about the size and color externnlly of a big sausage, and pats of butter, palo nnd flesh, Hank tho plates, SnltlvtH butU-r-, mndo every day, is the proper lubricant for tho aristocratic white. Tho epicuro orders somo shad roe, Bavarian style, somo cucumbers nnd Ktatoe, and supplements this with sweetbread, ieas and asparagus, bathed in a sauce of oil and vinegar. Henry hovers about, nnd tho epicure wins his resjiect by the keen discrimination with w hlch he orders tho next course. It is that titled tidbit, n sirloin, covered with a dark coinplexioned Bordelaiso snuco flavored with SpnnUh jiepjiersi A bottle of claret comes with it. Henry taps tho claret nnd lays it tenderly in a sort of basket cradle to keep It from tipping over. The epicure makes his pupil eat much of tho fat of the steak. "It is oil on tho troubled stomach," says he. There is tho curious feature about that certain articles hUo steaks, which in other restaurants nro comparatively cheap, conio high, while luxuries llko frog legs enn be purchased cheajier than nt more modest rctlnurunta. One of the rigidly enforced rules of tho place is that no waiter shall recommend any particular brand of wine. About sixty waiters are employed in tho restaurant nnd sixteen omnibuses. The omnibuses are not four wheeled concerns with red niuning gear, but niiimnto individuals who carry off plates after the diner is through with them. The omnibus waits on the waiter. Tho chef nt Delmonico's makes $0,000 a year, his board, nnd an Interest in the profits. Cooks thero get $150 or more n mouth nnd their exjiericntv, which is a fortuuo in itself if they go elsewhere Tho epicure, having finished his steak, ordered a salad of dandelions with tomatoes that hail lieen carefully denuded of their The salad was dressed In blonde overcoats. No ono knows how good tho mayonnaise. despised dandelion can bo when it has been tenderly nursed in u dark place to prejiare it for this salad. "Now, Henry," says tho epicure, "I want some genuine Ilrlo cbcoo and toasted crack- gro.l skc-er- v 1 wanted. "Wall, Puihy Uncle Pete roch-- down, ez h were more'n likely to do, ez the moon wn'n't shootln' much heat through the open door Inter tho cabin. Aunt Sail ey quit an' went to tnkln' it out in shivenn'. " 'W'y don't yo git up nn' hist tho pesky thing outf says ho, givln' LTncle Pet-- a dig. d hol-leri- n' wish!" "Hut," insisted the now trembling nnd wretched hunchlwck, "mny I ask whet her she camo to wsj you jesterdnyl" "Yesterday, and tbo day before, and every day. Now, for God's sake, let me go to sleep:"' A shuddering camo over the hunchback' ugly frame He leaned heavily on n piece of furnituie so as not to fall. He recovered himself, however, nnd shnmbling Into tho middle of the room, placed hliuy.lf right in front of Bnntaglio, and said: "Ixk nt me, sir," and he seemed to take a wild pleasure in exaggerating his lmleoiunoM "I an n poor man, nnd earn nnd deformity. uitlidilUculty my own living; my marrlago with this oimg girl was the only Joy I had to look forward to on this side of the grave! t!ood by, sir, nnd f nro you well!" And the hunchback tailor rushed out. He hnd reached the bottom of the staircase wid the street long lieforo Bantagllo knew what to think of this unnccoiinublo sally. He felt, however, that ho had lun against something serious nnd respectable, that ho had been harth, nnd ought to make amends. So he called fur the man In the staircase, but it wns too late "He's stark mad!' muttered Bnntaglio, who turned over and went to sleep again. At 11 o'clock Hortensla arrive 1 with several friends. Sautaglio had slept so soundly that the incident of tho morning had scarcely left a trace on his mind. He almost brought himself to U'ltevo that he had had mi ugly dream. They all set out, nnd the day passed so merrily that Bantagllo sponged tho w hole affair from his memory. On the following morning, when tho lodging houvi waiter entered Bautnglio's room, ho put on suck u grim looking fnco that tho student could not fall noticing It, and Inquired what was the matter. "Nothing, sir," responded tho servant "Only something very queer happened last night, a something nobody expected." "What was thnt!" asked Bantagllo. "Why, that little tailor nun who lives over tho way, and who camo to see you yesterday morning; well, he banged himself last si, cor-tainl- y itsx-ivw- oiil 1 horvr o Un Snn-tngli- fen-days- lxi f f night." The student started. "Hanged himself I" reiterated Bantagllo, as if unwilling to credit his own ears. "Dear :ne, yes," added tho waiter, shrugging his shoulders; "he was found stono dead this morning when tho police commissioner arrived." The waiter, of course, required no prompting to enter into the fullest details. "Enough," muttered Bantagllo, who heard Hortensia's footstep on tho lauding. Tho wnlter left nnd thn young girl entered. Thero was nothing altered in her outward bearing. Bhe asked Bantagllo about his health, sat down, roso up again, filliped with tho gold watch and chain on tho mantel shelf, Bnntaglio, deep In thought, kept his dark eyes on her ns sho moved about as unconcerned as If nothing at all had occurred. Presently alio said: "Oh I by tho way, you don't know what bos happened, doynup "suf-foro- fl "Weill" said Bantagllo, inn tone of volco clearly hostile to anything sho might have to say. Bhe, however, was n girl who never took notice of anything. "Well, you know my would bo husband, whom Isjioko to you about; he hanged himself last night nnd left mo all his furniture." Bhe said this, smiling. Bantagllo sprang to his feet in an instant, dashed open tho door of his room, nnd with a waive of his arm pointed ontsido in the direction of the staircase. Thore was something so unmistakably earnest in his manner that when she glanced up nt Bantagllo's fnco, and discovered tho terriblo frown that knitted his brows, sho then, for the first time, fully realized tho depth of her moral degradation, nnd tho fact that sho had now nothing left to do but to obey. Translated from too French of Hector Mulct for Kansas City Journal. him nu' Aunt Sairey went tolvp. wondtiin' wuther the mule'd tako it inter his head to let 'em git up an' git breakfast in the morn-in- ', or w uther ho wouldn't. "W'en they woke up 'arly the nxt mornin' tho mule stud lookin' inter tho fireplace, with his head down un' his ears a ilroopfn', Jist ivsif th' wa'n't no more life in him, b'gosh, th'n th' wero in n wetdisdirng. Aunt Sairey nu' Uncle Fete w'ispercd together n spell, an' then th' ol' man crawled out over the headboaid an' tiptoed it over to tho fur oend o' tho cabta, an' then edged his way 'long the wall to'ants the ers." door. If tho mule heard him he never let on. They are forthcoming. Hrlo cheeto looks W'en Undo Pete got to tho door ho grabbed as If it did not know whether to be soft but- the latch an' flung tho door wido open. Then ter or firm cheese, and tostea divine. he made two Jumps an' lauded in bed. Pooty Tho epicure orders n paudlng renaissance, soon the mule turned his head an' looked a triumph in Its way, whWu ought to be outen tho door. Then ho shook hiself a called tho "great American dessert" Then leetle, mi' then walked kinder earless to'ards Henry brings somo dainty little cups that it. Btoppiu' on the sill, half in an' half out, have no handle?, but nro held in silver scaf- bo looked up an' down the road, ez if he wero folding. He pours into theso from a curious takin' in the country an' thiukin' w'nt ho'd do silver dipper somo black, thick Turkish coffee with it All this timo Undo Peto nn' Aunt that has been slightly sweetened. It has tho Sairey was peepin' out from under tho bedfaculty of reaching down and ripping up tho clothes, 'frald to breatho fer fear they'd rilo e nerves, but It Is very welcome to tho taste. ther visitor, an wondciln' whuthcr ho'd Borne cignrs with waistbands nrouud them to tako the farm an'' let them hev tbo nro nlso produced mid burned. cnbin or turn them out on the farm an' tako Tho clock indicated midnight, and the the cabin lilssclf. HImeby tho mulo stepied crowd had grown small. A few luto vLsItors out o' tho cabin, give n heehaw th't 'd ha' were quailing nightcaps that coot from thirty broke ov'ry winder in tho bulldln' if th'd ha' to fifty cents a driuk. Thero wns no boisterben any in it, nn' then walked 'round the corous language. A detective who enmo in ner. Uncle Peto bounced out o' lied on' looking for somebody didn't find him, and slammed the door shet qulcker'n scat, an' went out Tho hands of tho clock were peekln' out through a chink twlxt tho logs in Hearing l when tho epicure suld with great tho cabin ho seo tho mulo drivin' tho ol' cow gustos "Let's have something to drink. I beawny from her conistulus an' then goto lieve I'll take brandy." chnwln' of 'em hlsself. His guest eyed him with envy, nnd ex"Wall, sir, that ornary little cum b'longed 1 bellevo you could claimed: "You villain! to Undo Pete an' Aunt Sairey from thnt timo drink ink!'' on, spite o' thelrselfs; or, ruther, they b'longed 'I ho epicuro got his brandy, uml ordered to him. They spread it all over the country for tho stranger a littlo glass of aromatic th't somo un's mulo was astray, nn' th't nil cordial known ns tho crcntn of cocoa, and the longiu' owner had to do wero to conio to tasting llko tho csseiico of delightful nuts. Howy clcnrin' nu' git his property, ez th'd be Then tho epicuro ordered tho most expenno charges nn1 no questions ast. On tho consive article of the evening. It vas tho bill. trary, if it'd bo any object to him, th'mowt Henry fetched it on n littlo silver plate, nnd be a lectio sumpin' contribltod If he'd tako tho gnzecf meditatively nt the ceiling whilo the mule back to his own bailiwick. Hut nobody epicuro recoveied from tho shock of reading didn't seem t've lost no mulo In them parts, an' It Now York Bun. staid on tho so tho domineerlu' littlo Howy farm. Iastwny, thar ho mado his Mayor. Poultry l'or the Lord lieadquartors, but, b'gosh, ho run tho hull A jiensant in tho Gironde, Franco, not long township. Ho unly lived for two things, nn' go sent to tho lord mayor of Loudon a conthem wns to kick nu' Jump. Ho had a grudge siderable conslgament of poultry, asking him agin uv'rylwdy. W'en ho wanted to, eat litM to sell the fowl for him; and Sir Reginald Jump inter tho fut turnip lot or buckwheat Hanson actually executed the cotnmiswlon, on field or 'tutor itch th't klm handy to him, or terms most advantageous to the Frenchman. kick in any l(odys barndoor to git Inside fer .New iork tribune. cun-eludheo-bnw- In tho ribs. "Bo the ol' man reckoned, b'goh, th't he wn'n't gom'ter hev no mulo th't he wn'n't 'qunintcd with u roostln' on his h'ni tlistun. nn' ho gits up to h'ist tbo cheeky little cuss outen the cabin. Aunt Bairey had put the clothes to roak that night, nex' day bein' washday, an' they was In n tub th't stud on n bench 'longside tho flrcplnco, an' not fur from the slcepin' mule's heels. Undo Pcto Jumps outen Iwd nn' : tarts for tho mule, hollerin' to him to git up nn dig out or ho'd git hts consarncd neck twisted. Uncle Pcto said nrtcrn'ds that tho mulo laid tbarezcalm an' penceful ez a new liorned babew'at hadn't shook ban's with tho colic yit, but the fus' thing ho know'd the mule's behind parts riz up aniazm' quick, nn' the next second that tub o' clothes passed outen tho door an' went a slldin' up that streak o' moonlight ez If somo ono in tho moon were yankin' it up thar with n steam derrick. For a leetle sxll the air outside wero full o' shirts an' overhauls nn' n fow caliker frocks, an" then tho tub klm down in a snow bank on t'cther side tho road. An' thar laid the mule on the h'arth, quite na' innercent like, nn' ez onconsnnied ez If tho weather wn'n't ez cold ez Oreenlan', w'ich Undo Peto wn'n't 'dzac'ly tozged out fer to inj'y. "Seeiu' the week's wash a sallin' 'round the clcnrin' ez permisc'us ez oituin lenves sot Aunt Bairey to squealin' ngin, nn' th' wa'n't notbin' fer Uncle Pcto to do but to haul on his moe'sins nn' things nn' edge outen the cabin nn' gethcr up tho wash. Then he edged back inter the cabin nn' set the tub down on t'other side, so's to not 'sturb the slumbers o' the mule. Then him nn' Aunt Bairey concluded th't though tho mule wn'n't 'xzac ly a feller critter, ho wero a stranger in them parte, nn' it'd bo kinder onhuinauliko to turn him out on sich n ter'ble cold night, with no place to go to, an' so they thort they'd let him itny. Undo Peto pushed tho door shet with the mop handle, nn' cllnibin' Inter bed over the hendbonul, kivcred his If up, an' bic-k'r- Story of Two llfril. An English lady, residing in the country, has a pet blackbird. Ijist tumnier tho bird's cage was placed in tho open w Iiulow nnd a wild blackbird flew down to it, looking through for a minute or two at tho prisoner, and then flying away. A minute afterward the visitor returned bearing a worm in Its beak. This net of friendship was repeated again and again, until tho caged bird and his mistress had to leave. Tho two birds had been separated for eight months, but recently the lady returned to the country, and had not hung the cage up half an hour before the tamo wild blndsblnl was seen flying to his old friend. Chicago Herald. . 1 Senu-MccHfilnler- ior Journal Notes By The War. Editor of the Interior Journal i better road and belter improvements. Ten mile) from this place I crossed Pine Mountain, which ia 3J milei from base to of be, aaii.dWide'the witera the the CumKentucky waters of berland from the This town is on the latter riyer. liter. The circuit court is in eeasion and quite a laue crowd is attending. Judge Lilly, of Irvine, pteiidea and ww kind in announc last log our appointment at the court-houeaiijht. I Gad urevtin Muence to the Sunday school workjhere and no little an'.ajo aiam. There la a church in thU town and its dherentaare very nuaierou, which dework from the nounces the Sunday-scho- ol You rarely find an exception to ulpit. ihif. It ie the 1 rouaide B iptist Church. It oppsaa all educitiontl, religiotH and ben ivolent work "The diya of this ignorance U God winked at and now cjmaundeth men to repent," etc. Tnere ia the greatest reed o( a moral erthquake to shake tui county from centre to circum'erence, and loawiken the people to their true intereala, J have ever teen. Tae uoorance, deatitu lion and depredation and a'moat entire lack of christian influence are nppilling nd heirt rendinz. The mm who haa not wen it cannot approximite a true concep tion of the state of thins) here. 1 found but one Sunday echool in Harlan lounty and but one in thia, and these two ire but elimly attended. The populace are inxioua enough to hear what you have to ay. I am aure that in time an earnest, Jaithful christian minuter could do a great xork. Such a man abould bs in each one if these county eeata. Side by aide with aim should be efficient school teachers. Tnia ia a demand fir men and money. Will me people cf more favored communitie, nhohavethe financial ability and who Might to do thia work, respond freely and Vugely to thi Macedonia cry, ' Cjme over icd help ut!" I hould like to bicome the VrUJleo of a large f jn I contributed by our rich men, to be ueed in eiiuc.itional and religious work in thia section. Will not ma-a- y to of tbera embrace thia opportunity "lay up treasure in heaven?'1 The Good Tw-lvSamaritan epirit helpa tae man, any mm of Ctlif rnia potatoes ad every man who ia in need, according aned in Ca'cago Tuesilay niiiht. Thia ia ro-pJo ita ability and opportunity. ma the li oie crop bf several nekn requirement. But enongb. 1 addressed a large audienca of toe ciii- hie story is tcfld ot a Jovout old colored .nnp, many of them from different puts of man In the South, who was unablo to grat- the uy nis mienso longing lor potatoes. His he county, last night, and organizjd prayers The ho was wero overheard ono cvonlng whilo letcher County Sunday School Uoion. earnestly supplicating tllvluo aswork commends itself to the people as the sistance to procure them. Not long, thereI was after, whilo the old man was putting up his Vjat thing for their beat interest. usual requost from his placo at tho taule, pleased to meet my friend. Dan Garrard, of there came a shower of tho desired vegetHe in- ables through tho rafters of his old shnntv, Clay, who ia attending court here. troduced me to many and can tell you of creating havoc witH his modest stock of table-warWithout pausing In his petithe talk of one man about my work that tion ho went on with: "Laud, Laud, let aa anything but in keeping with an old 'em come, but don't brock de dishes." Tho writing that says, "Thou ahalt not awear." young scumps on tho roof poured down a supply 7jr very shame that men should be addic generousthemselves and doparted without making known. ted to this useless, ugly, viciom habit of profane speech! Galls on a horse's back may bo honied A few disconnected statements in conclu-on- : by washing them with warm water and soap, drying them with a soft cloth, and Col. Rogers waa an enthuaUatic then dust'ng calomel upon tho raw surI have met faces with a wad of cotton wool. Tho af our work in Harlan. rest until is this town several gentlemen from other horso shouldtho sores do tho now skin Is not heal apply If ant!es, among them are Judge Day, of formed. of myrrh and aloos after washing, tincture HoUt; Lawyer W. P. Bintley, of Leslie; aud then dust with tho calomeL To presuvent these galls uso pads of sheepskin on ind Mr. H. C. Rainey, a Sunday-schoo- l Mt. Sterling. Oj my trip the harness with the wool outward. When perintendent cf the gal's aro from a saddlo uso tho looso have seen more women smoking than sheepskin with the wool ncxtto tho horse's shoe-J- t and, llnnlly, a back, then a saddle-clotsun. Many women and children are fields. This stuffed saddle. and many work in the A ooon recipe for making clieoso. Sot aorning I saw a woman plowing. In two the milk in tho usual way, and when the different p'aces I have seen a man plowing cheese comes, cut It with a long knife In . . ! .. . strips. Let It stnnd ten minutes nnd have with just one ox attacneii to ni'impieuiea-You would be amused at the diminutive a teakettle full of belling hot water. 1'our Then move tho knlfo tho water over t'jtof some of the corn mills on the little through It to let It hot water down. Ix;t the :reauis Excepting a light frann work, I It stand half an hour nnd thou dip off tho liiink a strong man could carry some of water and whey all you can. Tour on more boiling water, lot It stand half nn ihem, hopper, stones, wheel and all. I am hour Dip it oft again, then put tho curd y spend Sunday at Hindmsn, Knott counin a strainer, cut it up, nnd it will be ready to put in the press; in loss than two hours Youra in the work, F S. Pollitt. ty it will scald. Tho cream In the chees Hydkn, Leslie Co, June 2 J. I w s will be a little hard for four oriivi uay, be right. It never moids, nnd jjJeased to receive lat Friday's I. J. at the then it will is much better than cheese made in the old ??jtoQLce here tha onruinz. To say tne way. Jejutit was refreshing. It waa my fi't A.v excellent remedy for stiito will be sjtninunication with the outside world found In the following prescription by a Take tho white prominent stcck-ralser- : aid I have been wanting to know how i of three good-sioeggs and bent to u getting along. A mtn'a nan of froth, add threo teaspoonfuls of tho best in traveling here U at times almrsi table salt, and beat thoroughly until nu oil If tho stlilo srtrwhelming. I haye now driven 100 will appear.warm water and is vory tender, wipodry with wash It in 8 counties over remarkably roub care. With tho palm of tho hand rnlso too xiiles in joade. From Whiteaburg I went to Hind cap upwards gently. When perfectly dry, enough brush or flannel, nun, the county eeat of Knott county. rub It with u circulation; thon just cover well to start tho namea your read-rr- a with tho egg and salt. Put It on twico a Prom thia asociatton if will rightly conclude that the town and day. Don't uso tho horso for two or threo bo careful of him. After raunty Have been constituted euch during days, and then threo or four days, If not wsil, tnko four l'i administration of our preient State ct quarts each of red beach bark and of soft fcew. They are about aa uninviting m white oak bark, add two quarts of milk-warto one pint; whon av I have seen, the honored namea they wator and simmer stlilo threo times a day wash tho iSjar to the contrary notwilhatanding, for two days. Oa arriving there Saturday afternoon I The manager of a largo wire works in Mwld not help thinking of Jonih and hjj Pennsylvania statod that seven teen tons wondering in what pirticu of sulphate of iron woro discharged Into nayoysge and lira, other than in airs, Ninevah waa unlike the river dally at his establishment. This In somo ohor works by wasto Is alwtown. That evening I addre a d a few ruuulng obviated this pickling liquor Into vats, ourt-rooand next msrn-j- g whero It Is warmed by steam, and jwrsons in the the 8. 8., and organ'zad the cnuntv enough wasto wiro added to saturato tho S 8 Association, preached at 11 o'clock, al solution with iron, when tho liquid is shallow tanks, and in tho drawn At the after process into cooling tho copperas crystals m and in the exrning. of iuoo service there were three professions of form upon tho sides of tho tank and on Ciith, the county attorney, the jailer and a sticks which aro placod there to form nuclei for tho crystalizatlon. This copperas middle aged farmer. I waa so glad I had contains too much impurity for the marMy work ket, so it Is converted Into Venetian red t taken ship for TarnhUb. taenia to have been attended with as gocd paint, by mixing with llmo and roasting In pulveria mu flier furnace, and thon, wiulls in this moat unpromising fluid as zed gypsum has been added, after wholo Is tho feel the "heavenly reduced to a flno powder. Tha product uywhere elee. Men .lonie sickness" in their hearta and wculd sells for ono and a half conts per pound, protltnblc Vie to ba christians. I remained in tha and Is said to form a u wasto In disposition of what is othorwlso manufacttown the next day to preach the funrl uring, und a detriment to wators roeelvlug of the county., the u.sfharge. Armon of an There la sweetest joy in doing ausht to Ten thousand dollars each Is said to bo jwnfort the diatreaaed chh I find p'eaa-xz.'the oust of some of the largest locomotives In us.' u; :i Ens u m lw ivs ut la is well a; zU:?-- :: "wo-men'e g te car-loae. sup-cott- WumsBUiio, Letcher County, Mj 28, I retched thh town yeiteriUy morning liter a 47 mile drtfo frun HrUn I found -- To t&e to men the reveUlionof God which Jcaus made. We feel that thU is truth nnd cn present it with the greatest cor.fiderce. I have re;n hard life in thia mounThis is true in more tainous country. Tne houses are poorly senses than one. furnished; the tables are but scantily provided with food, and it is of coarseet qua ty and badly prepared. Wesley's proyerb, ' Cleanliness ia next to godliness," has yet to be learned. Distressing. The people aa a class poses no educational or moral culture, They are very Ignorant, the women more so than the men. I believe in righta," in the Snse that tho cultural, christian women have the right to help their sisters in thi land who have not had It This is heavenly. like advantages. wears a crown nnre resplendent than Victoria's. Of c:urae you find siuie 'generous, noble natures, but they are not in the majority-- I have met as outrageous selfishness and averice here a I ever saw in the blue grass regiona The deatitu i n of this cmnty is largely due to conditions and circumstances ovr which the people have no control, bu 1 am verv sure that no small part ol it umdiilterated la is the rear of unmix-:l- , Tnere ia about as much hope of z'n?'S. tae vicioulv viciou aa of the lazily luzy man There ia need of the locomotive, whistle and gopel precept to make thia people dettrininediy ' diligent in business " thin The ajrtuts of capitauai are Iraver-iucountry and the adjacnt pir'.s of Virginia, bjving lands and rights to the timber ami mineral Some rights are bought at 10 to 50 cents an acre Whn these are dispoed Tre men of the laud i of Ititl? value. who are investing money of course expect the early developments o' the country. My next stopping place was Hezzatd, Prrry county. I organ zd the work there under proniit-ioj- ; circumstance; preached yesterday morning at 9 o'clock and theo to thi" plce where I preiched this hfternoon, lrc'tirei to night sod provided for the or gan:zthuof a S S and stl'ded the coun ty unisn Hzzird his new brick courthouse, a "iibai intinl building which adds 'n-- - town It also ctimui' more muTi nejnea thin I hav.) seen elsewhere in 150 Liwyer Kaeh, m 'raJfl D.--. M rcitri D .vis nnd o'licra wera ciblih'i; Tnere - nr church house in an ore of thf S'"' r. "iniy e's where I hav- - hem I ur' in ih m irnng for B tone workin F. S. Polmtt Til e Y mr". .:: , n KITCHEN AFFAIRS. Tkanm'akext ri'imiNO. Eight beaten eggs, ono pound butter, ono pound sugar, bcason IN A DARK HOUR. t TRSBSSBl with nutmeg and bako crust. In rich Clean tho sllvor with a mixture of pow dered rougo nnd silicon; then wash tho pieces thoroughly nud apply with chamola skin somo of tho dry rouge. Wateii in which an onion has been boiled Is recommended as a wash for old gliding on picture frames, etc. Apply tho wash and dry quickly wlt'a a chamois skin. W hex tho rubber rings of fruit Jara hard nnd inolnstlc, soak them In one part ammonln and two parts water. This goncrnlly restores tho elasticity in a few minutes. Yam IUke. Btonm through sovoral sweet potatoes; slice half an inch thick, plnco In baking-dish- , interspersed with butter, nnd sprinklo on tho top two granulated sugnr; bako until brown. Boiled Icino. Ono nnd n quarter pounds loaf sugar boiled to a thick sirup, with ono teacup water. Strain through cloth and, whilo hot, stir luto it tho whites of threo eggs beaten stiff, then beat in tho julco of a lemon. Madeline's. Take a quarter of a pound f butter, pound sugar, whites and yelks of four eggs boaten soparatoly, ono-hapound Hour, two tnblospooufuls boiling water; bake in small rounds lu a moderate oven. Chicken' Pie. Cut up two chicks and stew until tondor; mluco ono onion, and with seasoning nnd butter nut In with chicken; bent two eggs Into noup of croam and add; lino n pan with crust, pour in tho chicken, covor nnd bnke lu a steady oven. Milk Soir. Noil slowly In two quart of wator: four potatoes, two medium onions, two ounces butter, and pepper to taste. After boiling sufficiently, add ono plat milk nnd threo tablespoon fuls tapioca, then boll slowly nnd stir constantly for twenty minutes. PitrssEn Chicken'. rroparo a chickon for boiling, which should bo done in a very littlo water. Whon done, remove the bones nnd skin, chop nnd sonson. Press Into a largo bowl, add the liquor, and put on a weight. When cold, slice and servo with lemon or picklo. talus' Suce. A little parsley, a shallot, some mushrooms, and trollies if hnndv. chopped lino nnd plnecti with a lump of butter in n sauce pun; warm together and ndd of white vinegar, pappcr and salt, and lot all boll gently for half an hour, strain and serve with oiL Jelly ltnr:w.. Take two common-sizeglnst.es of Jelly, sugnr and butter in exact proportions to jelly, four eggi; put the jelly, sugar an I butter in saucepan and melt thoroughly; boat the eggs very light; when the jel.y is almost cold .tir in tho eggs and bake with one crust. Uiivi-C'ATsir. ltoil the grap-- s until soft and press through a coarse sieve. To live pounds of grnpo pulp add thre pounds of sugar, one teaspoon nunnrnon, cna tenspom each of cloves, pepper and allspice, one grated nutmeg and one quart vinegar. Holl slowly until thick and bottable-spoonfu- ls one-hallf half-u-pid Those toinlcr mothf rsl When such little things, Such helpless, fragile little things wo ore How they pray Ood for us! how they make war For us arltla death! and spread their mother wings About u full of anxious qutTerlngs, And spj Ing each least peril from afar, With their own arms, thereto mode mighty at adder stings. And bravo tho tigers merciless and wild, In their deep lore for us; and b7 and by, When we are men, tostrlvoand stand alono, We clasp our desperate, aching heads and moan, Would Clod my mother had left mo to die' Would I had died a sinless little child' Gertrude Kail. RAYMOND'S INFECTIOUS BOYISHNESS Tho way from harms nud smile ildren Lry FOR PITCHERS 1 Vtu' VS i$N i t XS. tHf 'i3& WkM BIH T"H W m M m m Ml ' li - CHS i'.tH"ft L. fSJ BH !! An Incident Which Occurred Whilo the Actor Wa l'liiylng Ana Trenclitird. "In talking of John T. Hnymoud," laid au old theatrical man, "most ieoplo fail to tho Infectious boyishness of sentiment that mnde him most eliectlvo in scenes n littlo out of the rntigo of tho conventional comedian. When lu- played Asa Trenchant In tho early ilajs of his career ho justly prided himself on the scenes colored by irntlio and sentiment. 1'very actor In his ivniniiy was always well posted as to the scenes which Mr. Raymond cnrtsl most nbout. and these scenes Vi ere nlw nys the tender nnd pathetic ones. "He mouM frolio through the dtollerynf , thejKH-tnot caring for tho ltitrruptin of the nudlcnee or from the lut ho would not jermit any interrupt i m when ue came io scenes like that In wntrli Asa d claree his love for tho demiiie little Knglbdi cousin. He always mid tlmt if the comniiiy would have tho decency to it niain quiet lie would tnke car of the audience, nud very frequently he threw so miirli of that feuiim. that touches and Inlluencos the Iwwrt of the nverage man nnd woman that you could hsKir , H l a iii urup in mo inentre. lien lie could command this o1ko attention and this close sympathy of sllunce Raymond nm linpplur than he ever wiu in nny triumph be made as uo-tic- o I J ua m wf W m f I Is ffB m 1 BTV v: fiu , oilil lisis ninis'rt 1m ct'r llio tiiosj woiuli'tlul kiuiMH, liln-('m- ? &?$. N 'Hsu imtf Ucjj at r tmi--i j o tlUM-l'H- . n i tun ll mil Aki rtii Mur ; -- ' SLICKERis Ditn'! s TUC Best Waterproof Goat E?cr Maac. f k It rt'a r 1I Mitertnpmrirfn prmdfni' !tn ri ' lr ,lrt 11,11 iii.A.sfc -- . t ! - ,, n'la iiii-u- v t . II JJ 1 W I it II wmmmmmmmmm -- riM! nn u ury i.i i o t r If i ?"!" n. isn si.icKr n i a i t 'n II iit Mil i DR. W. B. PENNY, "' DKSri.xT, a,oi. tle. ... I 1 1 sugar and the juice of a lemon ; spread on top and brown. Cahinet PrniUNo -- One pound stale sponge cake, half acup of stoned raisin, half a cup caiim-jiegohea, half a cup blanched almond, half a cup citmn. I,ny some cake in a mold, covor with lruit. add more cake, pour over half a tnnt m.lk. four eggs and a cupful sugar. Steam au hour nnd sorvo with fruit sauce. CiniiiEi) Veal Cut Into small squares two pounds of lean voai. Cufup an onion and a tart apple and put In stew-pawith an ounce of butter and n clove of garlic. Ktir till brown over a moderate lire, then stir in a tablespoon of curry powder and half as much Hour. Mix this well ami pour it into a pint of water. Hring this to n boil and add tho veal and lot simmer till tendor; ndd a little lemon juice nnd salt and servo with boiled rice separately. I'ickleo tAnnaoE. Quarter tho cabbage, lay in a wooden tray, sprinkle thickly with salt nnd set m tho cellar until next day. Drain off tho brine; let stand for two hours to drain. Prepare the pickle by seasoning onough vinegar to cover tho cabbage. Put mace, cloves, whole white poppers and n cup of sugar to every gallon of vinegar, teaspoon colery seed to cvory pint. Hoil nil for live minutes. Pack cabbage, pour over hot, and set in a cuol place. This will get ripe lu four or live d n ItoriLPriwiN'o. One pint bread crumbs, quart milk, one cup sugar, yelks of four eggs, one spoonful of butter, ono spoonful lemon extract. Hake till done nnd spread with fruit Jelly. Whip the whites of the cg,'s to a froth with a cup of cno lieu he va m alone u lth lib wire on the stnge, both of them en tering into the spirit of this little mio between Asn nnd his cousin, in which evorr detail of the picture nnd the play hnd Iwn moot carefully looked after. Raymond had promised me that ho would do hia best that nig .t, nnd I was in one of the bark seats if i ne atuiitorium to notice the elfwt n thr nudlenre. l'. ery thing proceeded in ndlnlra ' ble fashion until the most eifwtive In the little scene w as tvnehed. '1 hen there wai a murmur of dwconUnt voiivs U.Linl It jairwl on the nlinost complete si lonce like the flliiiB ot n saw, and the jieopk wero lieginnlng to show their irritation, when Raymond the actor, walked ba U u the stnge ami reproved the talkers. "Then he came forwanl to njwlogu,. to tli. audience with a pathos that I had never seen him rise to U'foro. He explained in language sin. pie as nn enthusiastic Uy would uw how much that scene meant to him. He explained ' how lie felt as lie utteied the wonls and what tho fineness of the character of An Trench-- ' nrd meant to him when lie tried to express tho sentiment which he claimed throw n Uoo.1 of light n 'Our American Cousin.' After this olfectiua little Hech he said that, with thoporinU-doof the audience, be would go back and ploy tlm scene over again, endeav orlng to throw all the feeling that he .was ca pable of the rendition. Raymond's ryes ' as he made that njeech were a.s a;penling and ' innocent as a bny'n, and lie went back to the , play carrying with him the profound sym pnthyof eaeii the gallery, and he plnjed the :ene as he prolwibly noer played it before 'I reincmber one night roller. yiisSSi?? tfeiJ$SW4 bk&fir .. fo&'&SSl (. 3?77J rs'yj.. .t u'J- -r sr Jl 1 Ui" "C I- A Und. ii'lu. ICoiKlloKy Kl'ANKOUlO BOOT AM) SHOE STOKK. T I. jelico r'l coAL.A,fwr,;. s 11 l.l.l .S, li. ,';;'. i?$ w .fi L.xJLA.J 7A--- . ipnialt iA Ibe minuii turn ii Hfei aiiJ nuir.ulf ir wurk in Trr Two dm werkwn ar alrralri einplorr--l an.l otl)t wll I. If tin farj-lUplrll.lunn nOly n. at hnr nnllif (JIT-u- i a i all and will tnir nu rihl V rnr.l. llooli and iuiki rut de.1 A- r.iinajy. OOir on LxtcMUr tret Joor to I.irs Rlox J )t HMLufflir. Offli. hojri horn S toll u oJ 1 to 5 - M. Ali4tbcll itJiu unlrrel Wiii ml I.a l'K..tMilO. JOH,.sn, I.iU'iitp- - 'ire. U'l ly ' (mt I IIEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. ' This .lIngii7ino portni)s American thought nnd life from ncciui to ocean, Is led with pure high-clalllcrnturc, and enn bo safely in nny fa mil) ciicle. PRICE 20c. OR $3 A TEAR BY MAIL 11 1 ss url-coin- ed Bimpli Ctpif of cutrtnt number nailiJ uptn rlpt ef S3 tti lack Kumtun, 15 cti. l'reiiiium 1.11 wlili rlllirr. f- - YOnt 1 ATTKIVTIOX -i ' AiJttit i ito B. T. BUSH ii 302s, FubUshsr:, 130 A-- 13li l'rnrl M., ,V. V. r.t thf ifllc, if io urk .limn irin."iyi-turn mil Imhhh up onMrj ..' n.t Wurtn inir - mri'lT livi-ril Ji".r lo .t iisgt Mcnfii ivrp'i. i lit Hi ol young )lt In Minnr trmy nlldn. A froi.i iftaUdtM mil jollnnii of I lh rrnn. hril-il In Ibe ii . ind tfr u IUr-k- r bikhi-4- - I liih ri. till tut Juiiilli rl I ,t.-- l III- - I woeks. t? d loue-Eua- oven. white undorskin; then mash or pulverize tho lumps as line ns posslblo and mix them with tho Hour, ad ling tho ginger and cav enno pepper. Put tho molassea and butter Into a jar and not it near tho lire, and as boon as tho buttor melts, mix the strained julco of tho lemon with tho brandy nnd pour it in. Thon mix all the ingredients together, and make into cakes, pUcing thorn on buttered tins; bake in a moderate Two large loin-enthreo lumps ot loaf sugar, ono pound of good butter, ono-lmpint of molasses, a glass of milk Hub tha nnd of the lemons on the lumps of sugar until tho 7ost is all taken up without rubbing into lf Lemon- - nisoEKniiKAD. W.uln lliiinpliiii'a llrllrf In I'r.trer. The love atMl admiration in wl,W, he UhM hythe triple of South Carolina am nlm trateii in an incident related by Gen. Hunp ton when he was recovering frni hii sick ness. "I am certain," he mid, 'that my lli'o wo saved by the fervent prayers of the oop!e ol South Carolina. I was at the point of death I and had lost all interest In life wlien I a letter from an old Methodist minis-- ' ter, n friend, telling mo of the deep and de- vout iietitlotM uit up for my lestorotion tc halth by the Metl.odM n.nferviiee then In at Newlx-rry- . The letter closed by Pegging me to exerci? my will to live In re- f pome to the Mipptlcntlons of the opln oi the whole state, who were praying for me night and day in every household. When 1 heanl the letter read 1 pnunlse.1 my sUter that I would heed the kind, loving words of the man of O.l, nnd arouse my will to live. ' That night I fell into a deep !ep nnd dreamed most vividly that I was in asjiocioui ' room, in which I w a moved to all jarts of the ttote, hi that 1 met my assembled friendi eery where. I remember most dUtinctly ol all old Ilea u fin t, where I bail hut 1 law immense amb!ngei, and a 1 looked down iiipon them a gmve eroiiage ay proacheil me and Umcheil me 011 the iboukWr nd said to me: 'T1imi oople ore praying for you. Live! Live!! Live::." I never real-- ' ized anything like it liefore. It seemed a ' vlnlon. 1 woke the next morning feeling the life blood creeping through my veins, and I told my fnmil that the crUic was pateed nud , that 1 fehould gpt better." Z. L. White in American Magazine. ' ' ' ' ' , ! Wtf -- O IJ O C H I" UL Qi Hncicz O W lm r,-- . -.- - .. 11., a trr r"i "' li t.U. Mat r Kj ' S--J I.C A1! H.e nt f.l ilhltik, 'i'rr'.liiii; for I'MTt OMIUl is ft . I 1.11,1 e n. .1 a m innn V1LLC THE WEEKLY LUi IERCIAL. i Ik! Ssni'falil? I:t:ricr J;ur:ii One Year, 75c. Qrno pest's TAontMVi'h - i 6 Months, 40c. i 7VlaEa i ne . Teleown avlaclion yeur Oreo tarn (" Cul jnd cf any Ppcr Pall.rr (. ' BEgT iND CHEAPEST pjpEl BOTH PU3LJCATI0NS, ONE YA?,, Published. WILL S. KAYS, $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), Editor. D;jS MO REST'S 23SA THE B 1ST or nil MMl STI I tin- - .Wuirny.lin"". 11 A I fHt I egg and cracker crumbs, season them with salt and poppor and fry In deep, boiling fat, Justus you would oysters; when they aro dolicately browned take them out anil place them In the center of a hot meat-dissprinkling it with a littlo chopped parsley. Now tnko a porcelain-lineves-sand turn into It a can of tomatoes, a largo onion, two tublcspoonfuU of buttT, a littlo salt nnd poppor, six lumps of sugar nnd a teacupful of rice. Let these cook gently until tho rico Is tender; tho rico should not ba too dry nor yet too moist, but stiff enough for a spoon to stand In It. Whon dono reinovo tho onion nnd sorvo dished around tho chicken. d ol and cut It up into neat joints, dip these luto Jamhihya. Taken gooi tender chicken It ex-jud- e az ji3ut. shako tho dust from thorn nnd put them Into tepid water lino soap, or soda dissolved lu tho with water. Wash with tho hands gontly and chango tho wator until It Is no longer clouded with dirt RI1130 in well blued wntcr, starch in bollcu starch with blueing in it, Puhs tho laco through a wringer or squeezer if dry, but do not wring it by twisting with tho hands. Measure tho width and length of tho curtains before washing thorn, nnd as soon as they are starched plu them down to clean sheets fnstouod to tho carpet In somo unused room, stretching them to tho oxnet slzo thoy wero before they woro wet. Or havo frame like quilting frames with galvanise) hooks thickly placed along tho Insido, and on theso stretch tho curt.ur.s till thoy nro dry. Tho whole process hhould bo conducted quickly, a.s laco shrinks upon being wot a long time. Do not Iron them, but dry 11s quickly ns posslblo. Somo sew up tholr curtains botwoeu shoots nnd bnll them till clean, then rinse, blue, ttarch and dry a$ above. To wash laco curtains, Opened I'p, It seems likely that Morocco Is going to be opened up at last. Not long siii'-- n SjtsnUh chamber of commerce was established at Tangier, und now tho rjjmuMi goerumeut is nbout to send an embassy to tho sultan w ith nu autograph letter fiom thoqueen leg.-ut- . The object of the embassy is to obtain geuernl conces-sionfrom this somewhat impracticable Itentate, and, among other things, to seek IniliiiUiion to construct a railway connecting Tangier and C'euta with Totuan. Tho French minister In Morocco Is nho seeking to obtain commercial advantages for his countrymen, and Is proposing to establish nt Oudja a bazaar where Fronch goods can be exhibited. Great credit Ls duo to the American government for having been the tlrst to investigate tho nbufes arising from the "protection" system; nud xiiice tho arrival of tho States consul a week or two ago, a considerable number of persons who had been imprisoned in resjiect of claims from natives who had placed themselves under American protection havo been liberated. A "protected"' Moor or Jew ut once ceased to be nmouablo to tho native law, and was able to oppress his debtors pretty much as ho pleased. Rut thore are many signs that these halcyon days aro passed. St. James' Gazette. Hi, s Ztlmorrii to j ijn1n '"' oti i'1 r i. Wit 10 Hie Uiti.iii 1 in ) tin- fmlnon ik ' mini Hi I'i II11I M Hi'H in of Hie lia in iiiufmiui'i .I iiijkii i! 11.... r- f mi r tlu ir'ii.- - the V or of lliu IKMOMWT,K MO"rill.Y 1 inilv iiitii'. 1. uriil'a ti4cl .Majoumti Tiis lil-- t I' Utent In Circulation, ml ih I 'l I .m'li Manzlne Iwied mm r " Inl ar of It fMihllaitlnn 1( 11 ' In ici " (i'iiv. d mill i i'ieti"lvils ' of I' urn IN IVrlmllrnl- - ft i.hiiu.ik I ii irlo, h xllU liu h. ilrmlh ii'Mi 1'iilill-lit- d liy W. J nulin; tlmxrstwil Ni otk, COMBINtD AND BY SPECIAL ARHEFMEHT li 1 tinr !.ii In Ithi't'tttft irlili nrifliml ,inl fn l'lifttnfiriiniri k. Oil MhiIi' I,r lliimcii, muhiHU I' III 'niii I nn rti'u, l'i ivii rii ..Hi.lMN . Altll.'l I.Al TIU.N. Tirir, A" I' II I fill." 11 ! ' I -- 11 !. ' u ) i' . if structive to ovory homo; contributions to Music, Sonpr, Art, o Sclonco, Afrrlculturo and and Com-morc.1 Contains tho nowe of tho world up to dato of jjubllcntion ; Roud-ln- g Muttor intoroBtluK nnd in- J li. 1 alti-ri- i I Reliable Market Reports. - 1 v v li Wr'l l '!' 1 I 11 SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIBE! Make 11 I ' Your Homes Happy. I wrM THE Interior Journal ut $3.50 Per Year. Samplo Copies and Promlum List inallod froo to any address. Agonts wanted ovory whoro. Addross , Ipuisuille ommergal, Louisville, Ky. MYERS HOTEL. B. STANFORD. KY H. BURNSIDE, - Prop THE SEMl.WEKKLY Thia Old and Woll - Knowo ' Hotel Still Maintains it High Reputation. AMD ( Proprietor ii Itt Bhfcll Second Determined th to no Gonntr: be it Hotel in the State in iti Pare. ADDointmenti, or Atten tion to Comfort of their Gneiti toniejed to nlfromiU. HKBe free of ehrg. Nptcltl accommodation to Commercial Tr?ider. The llsrnllt elnftjs sappllrd with tne eholfMl hrindi of Llannrt and Cluri. itlll be 6 f(l '.iMfc rrn,"Mf 1 - VMflVM V Interior Journal ai'NlcOUD. KV. Wantnd It Understood. A reporter on n Boston nowspajw, bpeak-inof an entliusiustio meeting cf citizens, said that "Fauouil hall was full last night." An abbreviation, which a compositor saw lit to make, escaped tho eye of tho proofreader. The next day a man called at the olllce and wanted to kuow why the paper slandered exclaimed the editor. him. "Slandered you 'What do you mean!" The man unfolded a copy of the morning paper, nnd iointod to tho following) "F. Hall was full last night." "I admit," said lie, "that I had taken a few drinks, but, sir, I want you to iiiiilm,taiiJ that I don't get full." Arkanxiw Traveler. g W. P. WALTON. I. pulillilied I Pro'r. Krlil.r at tu wi ut iixWy nnmntn tli vour VQviriDUfd TupiUr trtif low price ofKinl f '1TUI si ctuif Strlour. Clnclnntl,l Ohio. Car.a la HATS. knuwntouil n 1 II at e! et time f ul Uriooltylht llmiChtsIuKs. WeliiTQ toM centlle. able, in J In titty . It knt;lvT tu(i.tl-n- . (,ltt. iinouhxa Ll.l, V TWO DOLL IKS PEic YEAH. Alcatt Sol A-- 3T033 7V03R.I5L Ol' ALL CLiKSkl lIuion.N. nt. I Itjf Drujjlltl. 4l.Ue, Noatly and Choaply Exooutod. 't M The postofiice known as McWhorter, Caey county, has been diecontiniif d A NICE in Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON, lot of ladies' silk umbrellas just Juno 10, 1887 received nt Owsley A Cr.ilit's. ii i - BuBlnosfl TIME Monitor. Tin: nice pirlor suites just received at Mack Huffman's are the nicest that have ever been brought to this place. The ladiei should visit his store and rca them, I. AN. LOCAL CARD. of John Cain was entered ..I JO r. n. Mail train going North- - 1I 81 T,U, during the absence of himself and family, " " boutQ 45 am BxrrfM train" houtb...... A 1 50 a. at Tuesday, and everything of value stolen Norh............. T Tta li calculated on standard time. Bolar therefrom, Cain suspects a negro but no U About 20 niluuUs Uur arrert have been made yet. The house st . C. LOCAL TIME CARD. JTralns leata Itowland iteturnlng. airlfaatOand its ami 7.20 A. v. IMr.u. LOCAL NOTICES. Landhkth'b Onrdea rieeil at Penny A girl of Mr. Lige A little McAliilrr'a. A FUM. line of tiihinu tackle of nil kinds Brackett struck at a horee running on the Kt 1'euujr A McAliilcrV pike with her bonnet and tbe vicious aniThe beet ready mixed paiutH are to be mal kicked her down, breaking an arm and had at Penny A .McAiietrr'. otherwise hurling her. When found she Abk your urocer for the Cincinnuti Un- was nearly exhausted from pain and loss of king Co.'k crackers nd cake. blood. W ATCHEs and Jewelry repaired on nhor In tbe last month or two we have sent notice and warranted by Penny A McAlia cut a dozn half itheet and other suppleHtandami ready mixed paints; (jualitT ments and to day we CJp the climax by and durability guaranteed at McKiberla presenting our patrons with n double num Whenever advertisers encroach upon A comi'I.ctk utock of jewelry, latest ber ityle. llockford watchca a opecialty. Pen-a- y the space generally devoted to roading matA McAllaler ter, we never fail to make it up and more PERSONAL. in supplements or otherwise. four-yesr-old Owing to the large crowd expected tonight at the Hop, the Merry Hichelors nsk those who do not dance to take seats In the balcony. It has been nicely cleaned and only thoso who have been given tickets shall be admitted. " Mil. Newt Guam, of in time for llu hop. Mr. M. N. Lang-fo- rd writes us from Langford, on the K. C, ii the in Piiettv Mim Jean Pxkcstle county, that Pat O'Brien, of of Mm A. A, McKlnner. Jackson county, who was boarding at V C. rumI Misa Annie (Im.Mfs, of Mercer has Buretl's and working in a stone quarry, been the guwt of Mid Lucy Tate. left his home about daylight Wednesday Mastkhson Peyton, KiU; lias return and nothing was seen of him till he was found about 6 o'clock in the woods lying in f J from Circuit Court at WilIiamiburK. Mils. Col. II I)avi, of Midway, in the a pool of his own blood, which llowed from wound in his left breast, A L'Jetofher daughter, .Mr' II C Jjhn-fon- . a larga gash in bis neck also appeared in Mi'-- i Annie Aixoiin h bick from a close proximity to tbe jugular He had Trry pleiant ilt to relative in Mt. Kter- - been subject to deranged spells. Uik-iianad Crlile, i here Attempted HiMciDE. t i Mim Leavell, rived on tut K C yesterday ereniur and is tbe uuet of MIm Ellen Wearen J. S. H(H tf eh left for Kaunas City yesterday ereninn to lis present at the mar riaj-of his brother Dick at St, Joseph next week. ill Mll8. SALI.IE C. TnUEHEAHT pend her vacation "on the win" and Mia Mary Myers at the home of her brother In Danville, III. Mil. and Mu. C. E Ormnv left on Wednesday for Wichita, Kanai. where Mr. Gentry proposes to o into the stocic Good luck, health and happineic b nine. to them, MtriiiH. A II ilABTiNanJJ H. Col hint-6e- r Her, of Crab Orchard, partners in the and fhingle business, sre doini; a tbriv They are eterKetic youug idc huslntM men and deserve success. The types made us speak of Miss E'iit when we should have said MIm Maggie Owsley, tihe and her sister, Miss Mattie, have just returned from Ward's College, Nashville, where the latter graduated. Mita Locv A. Hon'ON, the talented music teacher of the College, ha gone to spend a few weeks with friends at Frank fort before arm goes to her Virginia home. She is an elegant lady and ai a teacher has given entire sit Waction. She will be with us again next session, we are glad to say. Misa Maiiy C Txrscorr, of the College Faculty, and Misi Julia, who has been attending school, left Wednesday for their home In Staunton. MissTapscott is a most accomplished teacher and baa won Ler way Into the aflections of both patrons and pupils, who will be glad to know that she will return in September. Meanwhile we wish btr a happy reunion with friendi and tbe pleatant vacation she has so well earned. e -- On Tues College chapel, wero held the closing exercise of the past session. It was done quietly and in order, M:m Mattie I'kam. Know:, of with no pomp or parade. Tne patrons and la with her rlfivr, Mr. George II pupils constituted the majority of the auUruce. dience, as the retting capacity of the chapMian May Helm, of Stanford, la in the s el forbade a general Invitation. The cttr. Tldttinc at T. 8. K Ii'. K chmoml were devoted simply to the giving of Herald. certificates of proficiency and the conferring Mks. lA)f Shank? has none to LexinR-tohe ol degrees. The following is the nnmber in for her nmteiV little baby, which the diQerent schools who received there Kill take to rale In Natural Science: Annie P. Maniek and certificate.'. ani Miw Will at Hon. Diinn, Jennie McKinney and Ellen Wear-e- n, of Naihville, are children, Mathematics, Luana Dudderar, Annie John Sm OwaleyV. Emma Hiutley, MIk-- e Dunn, Jennie McKinney, Mil. CAitrcs'TEit and daughters, at Hale's Well for Ellen Wearen. These Here delivered by Jennie and Dotie, are Judge M C Haufley, in an address marked a two weeks' slay. of Garrard, ar- by sensible, practical points, and also by a Kmma Mk W. M. IlHMit.vd and Mr. J (J. Livingston nre ratine Mr?. V. II 1 1 Lin-carte- ilDk'. Stani'orii Female CoLLrnr. dty morning, in the nxer-cise- n M. high rhetorical finish. English Literature, Angle Btllou, Louise Bailey, Mary Alcorn, Luana Dudderar, Lou Dunn, Annie Dunn, Florence Givens, Hhoda Portman, Minnie Uupley, Emma Saulley, Mattie Vandeveer. Mental Puilosophy, Annie Dunn, Jennie McKinney. These were delivered by Kev. A S Mdletl, with remarks touching and appropriate. Diplomas were presented by the President, Alex S Paxton, to the following young ladies, who had passed their examinations, written their e'says and held the rehired number of certificates to entitle them to such Misses Annie Djnn, Jennie McKinney and Ellen Wearen. The pait session has been one of peculiar trills to the school, in the way of incidental discuses common to childhood. The outlook now is encouraging and the school is being es tabliabed on the firm basis of good dlecip line and thorough work. LErciiER County Criminal? Sheriff D D. Fields and posse of eight arrived hero Tuesday night from Letchr county with six prisoners, three for the penitentia- Brother M. N. Depauw writes that There are a good nunibjr of people at Hale's Well and eight or ten will Join the Eld. J. din I liters is conducting a series of meetings at Junc'iun City. Great internumbw Monday est is mani'ested and the meeting wi 1 con Some 30 couples of young people enjoyed tinue over Sunday. Four additions Tues an impromptu bop at the Opera House day night, Wednesday night. -P- ..V. A. W. Wilson, D. D , or.c of the Stand a week of this warm weather at B.shops of the Methodist Episcopal church Hale's Well.it will only cost SI and will who was charged u ear sinco by his church do rrti hundreds of dollars' worth of wilh the duty of visiting the missions of the church in Chint and Japan, has recentgooJ ly returned, having made the circuit of the The biggest thin of the season was yes earth on his mission. terday's game between the Lancaster and Elder Joseph Ballou has returned and Stanford colored nines, and the yisitnrs got repor's as follows: I closed our meeting of waxed. two weeks at Bethel, IUth county, Tuesday The Court of Appeals has reversed the evening Twenty eight persons were adddecision in the case of Holmes' administra ed to the congregation Two additions last tor vs. Ihiley, A",, appailal frjai this meeting, one making tbe confession after county. the audience was dismissed. ErerySundy-choo- l iu Kentucky is Those wishing anything done in the up holstery line will ba waited on in good requested to Bend a contribution of one style by calling at wy place of bilKinev, cent for eacli scholar enrolled, and ten " cents for eaci offi:er and teacher, to Mr Tinsley Mershon, S.anford. James F. Huber, Secretary of the R,n I AM now ready to do all kinds of re- tucky Sunday-Schoo- l Union, which will pairing and painting to buggies and spring hold its 22J annual State Convention at I will beplnised to have you wagons, A? Henderson July 12, 13 and 14. Erery call and net yiur work done. Wm. Djmgh-erly- . county is expected to send at least one dele gate The contract for constructing the Lin-- Tne redemption of trade dollars to coln A Boyle turnpike, which connects the to about $7,000,000 A Stanford and Shelby City A dale amounts Dn7ille The Kentucky D. "tillers Association Stanford roads, was let lat Saturday to P has resolved to closed down October 1. Mullaney, for 2,100 for one mile. There Fflty or more lives were lost iu a mine are a few rods over a mile, which tho stockexplosion at Gelseok rchen, Westphalia, will build. Dinville Advocate holders Prussia. CilARoE.-Sol- on According to President Norvin Green's Craig, a negro Sriuot'" of unsavory repetition, was arrested Tues riprt, the surplus of the Western Union day charged with tiring inlo the Baptist Telegraph Company is now $7,722,432 SO. church about three weeks ago and wound Southern Ken'uik turners are bar Kev. (5 W. Bjlling, who was engaged in vesting an excellent en p of wheat. Corn preaching. The ca-- e was called yesterday is backward, but coming, The overproducbefore Judge Carson hut wait continued untion of tobacco promises lo be largely curtil Saturday, owing to the absence of Com tailed rLouieville Time-- . - It is haid tlial die en p of peaches in We Itarn that monwealth's witnesses. Craig had made threats against Boiling and Delaware this year will be more abundant was seen with a pistol the night before the than ever The uumbr of baskets is est! shooting enquiring fcr him. ma'e I at 6 000 000 The crops in Mny-lau- d and New Jeri-oare also very prt'tais-inA iew fanatical prohibitionists think whisky was voted out of the countv last September by a majority of over 200, skw Aiivv.urisKru'.siM. that they have the county in a sling and candidate tickets and elect them at will. They will find to their sorrow, however, XOTJLUJE. that the good men who helped them to carry uhibition as a moral question will not stand by them when they attempt to make BUILD3RS AND CONTRATORS a political issue of it and that at the polls Ili.la will ! rc iiTp.1 until the 20th of June for they will be in a woeful minority. Nj true theconatructluiul u democrat or republican will renounce as New Brick Presbyterian Church, they demand "all loyalty and affiliation" In the town ofStanfonl The thick Work, with his party simply to aid a few mistakWork, 1'laaterlng, Tainting, Ac, will be awanlM tcperitely, each workman furniinlng en and more designing men in their effort inati rial for bis portion ut the work except the to ride into office on what they believe to brick Mason, who will to required to use a lot of bo building. Tbe brick out of bs tbe popnlar wave We had hoped the awarded tbe the olJ and best bidder, work will tho reserving lowest prltlirite to reject any and all bids. Call on the prohibitionists would be satisfied with the undersigned for specifications. victory that they won by tbe help of MACK. 11VFFMAX, f Chairman UullJing Coaiuilttee. men and we have endeavored as mnch as lies in our power to aid them in PUBLIC SALE ! the execution of the law, but since the fui minatinu of their proounciamento and C. their efbrt to make a political out of a LAND, CHOI', (STOCK, manifest moral question, we fear we can no As the Executor ol Dr. W. W. Owsley, dee'd, I longer giye aid or comfort to a cause cloth- will tell lo tbe highest bidder at his late residence ou ed as they would clothe it. When they 1SS7, meet they should look at the THDKSDAY, JUXE matter in a practical and sober light and The splendid homestead farm not endeavor to injure by foolish action a Consisting of 320 acres; 1 shares of Farmers Natcause in which every true man is interional Bank Slock: 14 shares In Danville and tancaUer pike; 4 lleadof Hunts, two of them ested. tern-peren31-t- WALSH, THE TAILOR, P. S.-FI- NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. DR.S, G. HOCKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, fSUCCESSOKS TO W. II. JI1GGIN.S.) COOK 8I0VE8 and EANOE8 in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. We will continue to handle tho justly celebrated and most riopalar In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa 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 wo ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. IV. It. McKINWEY, NuIcHiiiiiti. H. C. RXJPIaKY, MERCHANT TAIIrOlL I hare recelreJ and still recelrlng- - New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising tbe host In the market, which will be - Gotton Up in Stylo and Make- Sooond to Nono in City or Country Giro .lie a Trial. H. O. RUPLEY. - FURNITURE STORE MAK IIUFJFJIAN, Proprietor. ITES W - ! Will always have on liaml a larec ami select liuu of Furniture and nmlertaker'M Goods. My prices will tie as low an snclt goods can be bought in the cities. Give nic a trial and yon will be convinced that I Bell lower than the lowest. WEAREN & MENEFEE, 1, 1 coiab'ned; i good Work Mules, I Mule, 4 jrcirllog Mules, Zi head of Cattle, con- r.t .'. 4ha.v....aIiI ktuMI C WAtt.il.1 a fjw of their Jer- and .. biters, 10 Cows tf-- Caives, I.K..I i I aI Ca. - tlnn.i Mr. Joel Petrey, 17 and a widower, led I'iga; 15,000 pounia ot Tobacco. In Seowsanl to the altar this week a buddiug damsel of Vru, hurlej variety , 50 acres Wheat 1 In field; Mower, 10 acres Oats In field, 1 Twine Binder, 21, Miss Jemima Wheeler. Corn Planter, 1 II.y Rake; New Wheat Drill Wagons and other Farming Implo In Fsyette county, O., five brother i Houietiold and Kitchen Furniture. named ILimby married Hie sisters named Atmeats. time will rrai about GO acres ot grass. same Terms uiade knownon day of Sale. Starnes, and then Father Starnes married carriages'. .... ,f 1 .". 1 e LOCAL MATTERS. IlARvrsT Oil at Metcalf A Foster. ICE Cream Prefers at T. K. Walton's, I M. 1 Bio Bruce 1 t of binder twine on hand. Wednesday. Fro. Ahseu Rooeiw' Seminary closed Fhuit Jahs, Jelly Glasses and Tin Cans at A. A. Warren V. of embroideries, laces, all oyer Owsley A Craig. In complete. lncei, etc., Our stock Peter IIamton agent for the White Sewing Machine that waa exhibited by Miss Sharp a few daya ago. ia sold hia wife's farm in suburbs of Lancaster to Mr. per acre. H.T. Noel at Sale, -- Mr. W. II. Miller ha til Don't forget that wo have tbe beet GO cent unlaundrled abirt ever brought to this market. Owaley A Craig. m r William Montgomhere, killed anothery, a negro er negro at BscHevllle, Scott county, th'B Killed his Man. well-know- n week. ry, Kandolph Polly, cattIestealing;onoyear; hog stealing, one year, and Martin Uolcombe same sentence for aiding prisoners to escape from an odicer. The other three were left here for safe keeping. They are William, Sam and Elijah Wrights and they are charged with the murder of their uncle and cousin, William and Andrew Wright. The trouble grew out of a peace warrant issued against Elijah Wright, who had killed a dog belonging one of the Wrights and had threatened to play the devil generally. This warrant was placed in the hands of the two Wrights, who were killed, and they went to serve it, Elijah refused to open nnto them and they kicked his door down. Firing then began and when the smoke of battle cleared two corpses were seen stretched upon the ground. The murderers were tried and given each 21 years in the penitentiary, but the case was reversed because the warrant was not served by the proper persons. The men in jill ara deadly enemies, Elijah having Bhot William three times in m many difficulties. They are the worst lot ever in jail hero and are the same that knocked down tbe jailer of Montgomery and made their eecape, being subsequently recaptured, however. Sheriff Fields, who is a very intelligent man, tells us that he believes Judge Lilly, who recently took charge, will oucceed in breaking up lawlessness And murder in his district. He is not afraid to hold his courts, nor to insist that murderers and other law breakers shall be fully punished. 0 at of 10 felony cases, most of them for mur der, that he found on the docket of the Letcher circuit court, convictions were secured in 15 and the rascals are beginning to fight shy of coming under his authority, It is a pretty expensive business to carry prisoners back and forth to this far-o- ff county, Sberifl Fields had to travel with his men 103 miles on horseback and then 100 on the cars to reach here. Jim Qiillan, Executor W. W. Owsley, Deceased. Mother Hamby. Mr. K W. Hocker, vico president of the Cit zens National Bank, Kansas City, will lead to the Hymenlal altar on the 15th, Miss Mamie Ketcham, of St. Joseph, Mo , daughter of a wealthy and highly THE INTERIOR JOURNAL respected old cit: z id, lately deceased, and And the lxiulivllle said to be as charming in manners aa she is graceful anil beautiful in appsarance Weekly Dick's old Stanford friends will be glad to hear of his good fortune and will unite in One year for onlr 83 two psrera for little more than tbe price of one. tending him warmest good wishes. The Glasgow --Vara haa undoubted in By rylDrf u 3 w'" recrlre for one year formation that Mr. E. W.Newman, of the your homo paper 70U the l, the with Louisville 2u)i(5 is a Benedict. It says: repreeeniatlTe newspaper of the boutb, democratic and for a tariff for rerenuo only, and the boat, "Some three years ago Mr. Newman was brighten and ablest tamlly weekly Iu the United Those who desire to examine a sample privately married iu Memphis to Miss Htates. tbw Courier-Journcan do so at this omc. copy of Florence Newman, a Louisville lady. For reasons known to themselves tbe marriage WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, was kept secret, and his friends in this see BTANFORD. KY. tion were kept In the dark until a mouth or more ago, when Mr. Newman himself made WALTON BROS - - Fropriarto s. the matter known to tome of them." The Interior Journal sends warmeet con gratulations to the brilliant and modest of Btage, 20x50. Eight comr.Joie aet of Pen. Savoyard and hopes that the days of his tin Heating rapacity, Including gallery, ery rates to euori attractlont. probation are over and that unalloyed hap. pines with the woman of his choice will attend him to a ripe old age. J. Ml. OWSLEY, A Grand Combination Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phsetons, Spriug Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Courier Journal Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-BlindCourier-Journa- al All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices If to suit the times. Wo can sell you ns good vehicles vas any dealer or manufacturer and for as little ; money. Come and see our fine assortment before it is broken. J. It. GREEN, A Kt.. HiistoiiTllle, Ky. WEAREN & MENEFEE. Route, Queen and Crescent Railway.) Orloans and Tosas Paolflo (Cincinnati New Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orloans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, Soutli West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MA.Y 1. '87. KF.AU Mo.l. i RELIOI0US. down. No. 5. i ItKAl) VI', TllAlNUNOKTII. No. 7. STATION':: Ko .'. No. 4, F.x. Ret. John B. Paxton, of the West 421 street Presbyterian church, has a congregation worth f GOO.000,000, and it pays him an annual salary of $12,000. The revival in tbe Baptist church at Frankfort, conducted by Rev. Dr. Wharton, 77 of Baltimore, closed with 03 additions by baptism and 10 by letter. On Tuesday, June theStato Sunday School Convention of the Christian church will assemble in Eminence for three davs. Elder Hopkins will officiate, The American Bible Society's receipts for tbe year were 5492,255 SO; volumes isan Increase nf 0,830 over sued, last year. Receipts from Kentucky, The Cumberland Presbyterian church at Hopklnsville, erected at a cost of $9,000, was dedicated last Sunday. After the sermon the sum of $2,800 was subscribed, to finish paying for tbe building. TUAINHBOUTH. Mo 3. MOTHER MAKES TMj. Ex. Hud, 55 a m 10 50 am 7 4 Dallr Dally. Dally. Dally. Dallr. No. 6. No. S tun Dally. Dally. 03 p in 8 10 p in ., 7 05 p ro' 10 52 p in 1125am1 7 85pm!ll20piui. 11 47am 8 02 p mill 41 p W. 12 21 am 8 43 p in' 12 31 a m 8 59 p m 12 S3 a in . 12 15 am 9 I0pml2C3 am . 1 t& f i n B 8s G PBS 9 3 8 10 5 B25p m 80p m 35 a m 00 a to 00 p m 10 pm 2 45 p m 53pm . . 5 10 p in ,., 9 82pm '12 30 a m l 7 35 am I ,. 825 am 2 27 a m 5 60 a m , 6 42p m 10 25 a 3 47 p m 7 27 a Georgrtowu 3 2U p iu 7 00a rxlnetoa 2 51 o m 027 a NIcholasTlllv. m t5 47 a . LUarroilsburif Junction 2 OU p in t 32 a Danville Junction City .. . 135p ui 5 20 a 12 19 p in Kings Mountain , , 1 1 S3 a in homprnct I 8 10 a m .. Oakdsle..... 5 00 a m Cbattanooja.M L'f .Cincinnati .Vrr J ??!' ml 0 40 am m 4 25 a in ml 4 05 a m m i 39 a in in' mi 2 50a iu! m 2 45 a in lOOOp m ' '.... ' I Birmingham Meridian Kutaw New Orleans 9 00 a m 7C0p m 4 30p m, in 10 J., 120am 7 10 pin 15a m B 20 a m 3 15a in 800pm 2 35, a in 7 is$2-- - ii lag ... No. loaTos Chattanooga 55 a m .., 7 80 am C 45 p in ...! 7 10 p ml ..12 ..., Meridian Vlckiburft .... .buraveport. ,T. P Junction........ 30pm 15 750 am am 9 45. alMTfuOikJaladallroicent diinlsT. at 6 15 A. 11.. Arrlrln2 at Cbattanr);a at at 4 00 p. u., arriving at Oakdale at 7. l p. at. No.H Should bo nsod a few months before confinement. Stud for book " To MoTiirns," mailed free. BrunriixD Kcgcultoh Co , Atlatta, Ga. Mann Boudoir Bullet Sleoplog Can on all through trains. U. COLLBlUN. Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt., JOHN C. OAULT, Gen'l Manager, B. X. HVAX, Asit. Gen'l Krt. A 1'aai. AgeU.. ! CAKUOLl., Oei'IBupt.. W. W. WELU3, Superintendent, domenet, Ky. General Offices. St. Paul'IiullJlng, Wett Fourth Strict, Ciac'.nnatl, Ohio. r INFLUENCE. Flowers cpl'ns to blossom where sho walks Tlio careful ways of duty; Our bartl. stiff lines of life vv Ith her Are flow Ing cun ca of beauty. Whlttler. OX THE BRINK. "Yes, John, I really think wo must have Champney, the swell now caterer, for thti occasion. I know his charges oro (rightful, but then you are doing so well, and this, after all, will lw the first large party wo over havo given. Bowers will attend to the floral decorations, and tlio Mendelssohn orchestra will furnish such dolectablo music It will bo just kplendul, 1 Know, and pleaso can't I haven dross made at Crash's, this onco?" A iKiir of lustrous brown ryes were raised with languid graco to John Cuisholm's faco a3 the girlish, rambling speech ended with its boseeching query. It was altogether a bewitching faco which John CuUliolm gazed upon as his young wlfo turned toviardhun. He had never been ablo to resist the power of lior beutity, never since he had llrst met her, flvo years btfosv a sweet, dainty girl of IS years. Sbo had been his wife now for four years, und not ono wit less charming had sho grown In hU oyos sinco the day he brought her, a lovely bride, to their handsomo new houso in tho city. And to the fond husband's mind there seem always o dwell In tho depths of Ills wife's luminous eyes au expression recognized only y himself. An expression causing n vague eouv ictiou that away down beneath tho pleasing softness of their bright gleim thero was hidden an undercurrent of power, of womanly strength, vv hsch might manifest itself upon occasion. For any one unfortunate enough to havo lost both parents while a mere child Helen Chlsholm had yet been a very fortunate person. Rather an incongruous observation as first viewed, but true enough when understood. Tor when tho little Helen had met her unrecognized loss, an indulgent old grandfather had taken her to his comfortable homo, and with n motherly housekeeper to pet and care for her, the little girl had budded into into early womanmaidenhood and hood without having known a serious anxiety or being brought face to face with any of the sterner lessons of life. o Then John Chisholm had come to the one day, and although other admirers had tried w ithout success to win tho favor of tho beautiful girl, thero was that about this lino looking gentleman, with his grave, kindly faco and ten years of superior age. which had jpeodlly attracted the flower like Helen. And jo conquest had been easy enough for John Chiaholm wbem it had been impossible for younger and pt i -- ips wealthier lovers. For Mr ChUholm -- as not rich, although on marrying ho had i j 1 himself ablo to provido a cozy, inviting home he could fondly call his own, and wherein ho happily established a fair young mistress, whosu graceful person and w insomo manners soon rendered her a great favoi ite in the gay, yet refined, circle into w hich her husband had proudly introduced her. And perhaps it was not strange that tho flattering attentions lavished upon her should havo resulted In a desire to plunge deeply into the fascinating and expensive pleasures of her now associates. 's Two years after her marriago Mrs. grandfather had died and the little property left waa divided between two surviving sons. But tho salary received from tho moneyed corporation of which Mr. Chlsholm w as tho trusted treasurer ought to havo proved sufllclent for moro than merely 1 1 1 Uos.-omvil-lagChU-holtncom-fortab- advising tho reverend gentleman to cngnga his Chiistmas turkey. It was only two weeks, ho argued, before tho day would arrive, nnd turkeys might bo semco by that time Tho nnswer of tho good man snioto John Chlsholm to the heart. "I oxpect no turkey dinners this year," ho said; "an Inconvenient oxponse In tho way of slcknoss had to bo met, and now that I can say I owo no man anything at tho close of tho year except to love all there Is no money loft for luxuries. But then," ho added, cheerily, "I thank God wo nro all woll and need no margin for luxuries." I Then, on leaving tho market, Mr. Chlsholm encountered tho nearest rclatlvo ho had in tho I world, Undo Timothy Chlsholm, a luckless old man who was forever bewailing his hard, I unjut fate. For Undo Timothy declared nnd belli vid 'mcelf tho rightful owner of certain plots 'f land within tho city limits, whUb, had tliey really been his property, would havercmtituted him n rich man forthwith. But 'Undo Timothy und his claims" had becomo a sort of forlorn jest, although his nephew treated him kindly and frequently I invited him to dinner of a Sunday, when his unacknowledged claims wero sure to furnish the doleful topic of conversation, This morning Uncle Timothy was In a particularly uticomtortablo frnnio of mind, for a i lawyer w ho had been looking into his case had reported unfavorably ns to tho results of his investigations, and where would tho ' money como from to pay tho lawyerl I Arrived at tho office, ho was not cheered by finding that tho prospect was ho would be nloue for se hours, nnd n meeting of tho directors was to bo hold that day. AH the morning tho figures in tho great ledger seemed bunting themselves into tho treasurer's brain, nnd tho haunting score of those, unpaid bills kept parading before tits excited Then tho probable cost of such a reI vision. ception ns his wifo was bent on giving caused a rapid succession of sldo calculations not consoling to his perturbed mind. But this j was not the worst of it. Far more dreadful and distracting than all else- camo the haunting demon of n terrible not presenting iUelf for the first suggestion time which kept dodging in nnd out of his tired I ram ai. 1 Jandng before his troubled ' 1 I A "SMOKY SOU'WESTER." A INTEREST Somo I'nct IN REVOLVER SHOOTING. EXPERIENCE DIT OF STORMY ABOARD THE CORONET. A Tlmo When There. Isn't it l'rtrtlclo of run In Kiiiinlnc n Yacht ltnoe A Try in); nnd lliuiRortni, Kvperlinriit A Und Night. living. tlio salary ought to havo proved amplo income for a little family of two persons or oven threo times that number, but, alas, for tho exactions of fashionable life In Yes, tho city J Had any one ever hinted to John Chlsholm in his bachelor days that oven mighty lova for the woman that he might call his wife could tempt him for u moment beyoud the bounds of strictest prudence and integrity he would havo laughed the unlikely idea to scorn. But littlo by little he had unwisely yielded to his wife's ambition to vio with tho customs and habits of those far better oil than themselves, and tho snaro was ono so easily fallen into that threatened entanglement crept on with swift though silent footsteps. Nor were his wife's expensivo proclivitives tho only troublesomo ones in his way. Before his marriago it had been a matter of pride with Mr. Chlsholm to be considered ono of the most genial, open handed members of tho popular club to which ho belonged. Distinguished visitors to the metropolis rarely failed to sit at a right royal banquet given in their honor by this courtly company, and the occasions wero always remembered with hearty satisfaction by their favored guosts. How could he withdraw from the charmed circle) When John Chiahofoi first faced the vex-iu- g fact that tho expenses of their mode of living wero exceeding his ability to meet them readily, he resolved to havo a talk with his wifo and adjust matters on a firm, safe footing. But evary timo he was about to broach tho trying subject it seemed as if, by some strange fatality, tho unsuspecting little womau would ward off his serious joech with 3omo request so apparently reasonable that refusal would havo appeared ventable meannevi, and then how could he dampeu her light spirits and begin denying tho wishes it had been such delight to gratify? And, agalu, wherein would lio either propriety or justice in advising ivtienchment on her pat t whho still maintaining tho r jIo of the generous, oiwu handed member of tho club, .as the courtesies of the position demanded) It was true they never had given a very largo patty at their house, but there had been repeated gatherings which, in connection with thoe outside, with tho necessary accompaniment of dress, flowers and carriage hire, had drained the family purso to au unwarrantably low state. And so it came to paw that at the Christmas season, which was right upon them, there wero several outlying bills with an ugly showing of figures representing an amount of indebtedness considerably in excess of John Chlsholm's power to cancel. And now, with payments In arrears and o prospect of bettering matters except through a process of trying economy, this aud social favorite had set her Vwt Oa Incurring f rtwh expenses It made her huioifli fairly shudder to contemplate. She had unfolded her cherished plan as thoy sat at the breakfast table, and without noticing her husband's silence had onlarged on the pleasure sho anticipated in giving a brilliant party on Christmas night. She looked up in surprise when hi said rather soberly: Helen; In " We will talk It over tho meantime you'd better do nothing about it." But she answered radiantly; " Oh, you'll approve every detail I hava planned, I am sure you will. I'vo been thinking over it for weeks, and I must havo the cards out at ouce, so don't say a word, Jack, boy." Never before had John Chlsholm felt so thoroughly miserable on having home for his business as ho did that morning, and events seemed to conspiro to incrsaso rather than eoso his mental disquietude At market ho met his mlnUUr, Dr. Prlw, A "smoky sou'wester" is not a pleasant thing to sail In. The weather comes iu ultor-nat- o squalls of wind and rain. It Is so thick that you cannot see n ship's length ahead, nnd are liable to nm Into an Iceberg In nn Ico country or an ocean steamer In tho steamer trad; bvfmo joti can port your helm. As the forein Mil wore on it grew worse. Tho bnronvtir w nt steadily down like tho hopes of n man with tho liver complaint, nnd tho wind did not show tho least fatigue, but scorned to havo resolutely determined to blow cur teeth out. Wo wero compcllod to tnko iu tho main stormtrysnll nnd jib nnd scudded under tho fore storuitrysall, close reofi'd, nnd tho reefed foro staysail. The wind was on tho starboard quarter nnd tho Tlio waves, huge boat labored heavily. ugly racers, struck Iwing ngniust her weather bow, nsif blown from a battery of 100 ton guns. Tlio spiny, every tlmo that they smashed her, How iu a great w liito cloud to 1 the Astern of us rnino hufljtig bunks of Mack watir, snaillug and nngiy ns they came for us, towering high in tho nir over tho stern and seeming each Instant about to fall on the deck and force us down forever from the sin faco of nn ocean which they to regard as their own. It was a grand nnd teniblo picture. It was a littlo different from yachting ou tlio sound. It was hard to lieheve that nil ocean which can lo $o placid and quiet n cloud mirror could transform itself into tho raging, sullen nnd Immensely powerful agent tl'nt it wns thou But the Coronet npjHvired to lme been built for scudding. Tlio chasing water mountains only set w-- to uli her on aud onward, and eyes. lxtfore nny ono could fall she wns lifted free soon after lunch that, still nlono in and wns sweeping up the hillside ahead. It I NO FIX ON ftOAKI). tho office, ho suddenly stopped writins and stood motionless, as if paralyzed by some The oil bogs which we,-- put on lonrd to ' dreaded revelation. smooth tho surfaeo water were I iggl on tho I As he gazed, spellbound, on tho open page weather f oi eyard-arm- , bat wero of no before him, he whispered hoarsely: ue. Tho rapidity of our motion ''Ah ! here is w hero It could l accomplished made the outoozing of oil ou n given space easily enough.'' For with tho shrewd, accu- - too meager to has e any practical efftsjt. It rate forecasting of tho skilled accountant he was a IkiIij's hand trying to smooth tlio back had seen nnd instantly realized Jut w here a of nn angry do falo entry on that clean pago would enable Froo bath were the uile. If nuyliody on him to wipe out his outstanding liabilities and board had eer neglected tlio ordinances of render it umliuss to disappoint his dear little that clennliuem which is next to godliness ho wifo concerning tho Christmas jrty. Only made full atonement. Wo managed, withone brief outry and tho relief ho would ex- - out effort, to In- - wet ntiout nil the time. It perieivo' was not unpleasant, however, as wo wero in , Every nervo in his body tingled and thrilled, the gulf stream at this time and tho water as grapmg his rm he essayed to put in tho wns nut eold. It wns ti novel experience, fateful line He paused for an Instant, angry however, to see a sen como over and find that his hand had twitched nervously, then yourself up to your wait in water for nn w ith a violent stai t nnd sudden cursa tlio pen instant. . slipped from his nerveless fingers to the floor. Meals in an oi'ean race are not matters of Thootllo boy passing tho closed door at exact call illation. Jut as the nxut is brownthat critical moment when John Chisholm ing, the vegetables softening, ami tho soup was trying to steady Ids hand had sung out components forming u harmonious partnerin what to tho man's quivering senses seemed ship Neptuuo is apt to get a savory sniff, a weird, gibbering voice: in a spiteful jwek down tho hatchway anil dash the lire out So it happened on this "On the brink, on tb brink" Only a snatch from tho chorus of an old day, Tho cook was busy at work when some song, but the poor treasurer, with his hands fifty gallons of water cmno down Ids Imck clasped behind him, strode rapidly up and and turned tli stovo heat Into steam. Ho down tho long office, his mind filled with tried toielijjlit tin the with profanity mil We Uilinl nil cold pictures rowilmg fast and yet taster before camo Ileal s,ievnlm his disordered itnagl nation. canned uu-uand what we could pick up The wind blew hauler nnd harder Tho Iu an overwrought stato ho seemed to consider tho really dono, for at last he ex- yndit was laWing m Even the littlo ' Til tuko it outl I'll take it out, it canvas ou her, nil that it was safe to cairy, claimed shan't appear agaliist met" And seiziug the made her leap and plunge over the raging, fallen pen he stared blankly at the lost lino in swift changing hillocks, now staggering a the ledger, until realizing tho truth, bo said, littlo as she wns struck, now shivering with the tremendous strain iu a way that was as faintly "Thank Qod, I hadn't entered it after all"' trying to uenvsus It was to planking. HeavA few moments later a clork entered and ing to would havo boon Capt. Crosby's reMr. Chisholm started for home, saying he course, ho said, under ordinary circumstances. Tho fact that he was nicing, however, should not return to tho offico that day. As Helen Chisholm, an undefined terror at changed tlie complexion of affairs, and ho set her heart, hovered about the great chair into tho squaresail without tho bonnet and took which her husband bad flung himself, pale advantage of tho gale. This lifted her head, and haggard, implored to know what could made her ride moie easily, nnd greatly aughavo happened, ho burst out with a kind of mented her sjved Tui." dn 's mvml wus Jlo desperate determination to tell all iu a miies. AXOTtlKU UAD NIOUT. breath. "Listen, my love, nnd you will understand Another galo slowly developed, and wo had it all in a moment. I sow myself as one of to haul down the staysail, with the barometer those defaulters' It camo about in this way: still falling. Without warning, as the night Becauso our expenses were far iu excess of was falling, tho gala suddenly rose to a hurriour 1'giUmato incomo, nnd becauso I have cane. It was theexptftiemvnf the night bebeen too weak to give up my own personal fore, doubled if i,iblo. The racing quespleasure jr to induce you to modify yours, I tion for a tune divipivnrod. The queatiou began mouths ago to plot and plan somo way was how to save the vtsxd and ourselves. of escapo out of tho increasing tolls of debt There are somo yachtsmen who maintain and embarrassment. Finally I began dream- that to heavo to In a galo of wind is never ing uneasily of what seemed an easy way to wise, slnco tho danger attendant tiKn it is elude my perplexities. Only ono spurious greater than that of scudding. However entry in the account books committed to my that muy be, tho danger of heaving to is care, and tho load was lifted. But tho relief great nnd curtain. To swing aiouud iu tlio was only temporary. Fictty soon another trough of a tremendous sea, broach to and falso entry wus necessary to lelievo fresh ingive the driving inns.- - n square chance to debtedness, then a third, nnd a fourth, until overset ou iw jou lmng there with littlo I, John Chisholm, was an embezzler to an headway Is certainly a trying and dangerous amount it bei anw difficult to maurgo. All fXMi uncut It hud to l done, however. at onco there was a breath of suspicion a Eveiy iiinn fcn..w tho danger and was as incrash xKure trial separation from you, tense) intoi esttd n men aVa apt to tie when my best beloved a felon's cell nnd convict's theirlivesaio in liiiiiinliate joopurdy. garb pi ivm' labor Helen! Helen! I was on It U( not biavery that the brink' on tln urmkl when somehow the kept them there. It wns tho desire to bo free mercy of Clod sael me!" from the jucht in cosouny thing should ha . The pa..ioiiaUi recital brought relief; then Every muu took n grip tlintwas his the husband and wife talked calmly together firmest and tho helm went down. for hours. But long before tho lengthy conFor a second things looked very bluo for ference w u ended John Chlsholm had tested tho Coronet, As sho came around in tliu theljok t half ioealedlii'mm:ss and strength trough of tho sea she was n coi k in uwhiil-poo- l. that for him had always lurked Iu the depth A huge billow thut threatened to of his wife's brown eyes. swamp ui wus running for us as if it hud Early next morning Helen Chisholm railed caught tho scent 'f Its opportunity What at an engraver's and countermanded the order would havo been tho result cannot bo said. sho had loft the day before. Then sbu tripped But just us It was coming nlxMidof us sho lightly to tho minister's door, and, with a had got urouud, stuck her pretty nose; into womanly ring in her young voice, invited tho wind und tho thundeier went hissing Mrs. Price with her family to dlno with her along her side. Sho rode tho waves, like the ou Christmas day. Next a noto of invitation uforcsaid cork, with (lerfect ease. Tho oil was dispatched to poor old Uncle Timothy. quarbags wero hung out over the bow-anAnd tho quiet pleasure of tho day so imter, and now did somo good. Thanks to pressed Undo Timothy it really formed a new them and providence, we continued out of topia of thought and conversation for a littlo danger. The wind was blowing at least 120 while but only for a littlo while. miles an Jiour. New York Times. Thero soon camo a memorable, day when some legal gentleman called on the old man Flltlilnosi of the Factorial. and informed him that his claims on tho land One-batho workers In our great cities within ths city limits wero valid after ali. and industrial centers sjend a large share of And the reaction proved too much for tho their time breathing an Impure atmosphere, worn mind. Ho quietly settled his affairs, often laden with hurtful dust, fumos, etc., remembering John Chisholm' patience and owing simply to inadequate ventilation or the kindness to good purpose, and his tardily utter absence of any provisions for a removal recognized claims wero relinquished. of the atmosphtre. Tlio hygienic arrangeJohn Chlsholm is a rich man but n ments provided in the thajw of water closets, Ho has long since lavatories, etc, are often of the crudest kind, w ondrously prudent one. withdrawn from tho club of which he was a entirely Incapable of proierly meeting all demember, preferring to concentrate his tlmo mands made ujon them, and often rendered and attentions ou his family and home. And horribly offensive by a lack of water. be and his still charming wifo havo discovered Nor are the feelings of employes of tho difa far nnro acceptable way of using their ferent sexes always consulted iu the arrangegenerous income than In tempting others to ment of such necessary conveniences, nnd tho follow an oxtravagant or fashiouablo lead. negllgenco hi this dUection of many It was somehow so significant, that terrible who would indignantly resent any temptation and timely warning coming in ltiijiututiou in their character as jiillan of connection with tbo Christ day. "Christian society," is simply shocking. Tho It resultod hi a strong resolvo on his part retail stores nnd olUco buildings uro often his daily life flagrant olTenders in this resject, and iu to avoid sotting an ozamplo in and manner of livlug which might havo a many buildings down town and on our busy tendency to urgo on somo hitherto upright thoroughfares, whore ladles of roiliied Instincts bat entangled brother, wh03o swift approach aro ouiployed in numbers, no accommodations to a liko yawniug brink might not bo arrestod of n sanitary character are jirovided for them by a liko thinly warning. Harriet A. other than used by male emj!oyes. Saultary Clijjv.T m Gvfcu Traveller. . P' ' mn-th- About Accuracy of Aim lm prnteineiits In Cnrtrltlurs. Tha Increase of interest In revolver shooting has nroused tho makers of pistols nnd cartridges to a realization of the fact thnt an Improvement In their lino of work Is Good pistol shots havo demonstrated that tho sights plnccd upon pistols In tho factory nro crude devices, and that tho regulation fixed niuinuiiltion for revolvers Is not ndnptod to tho vvoniwns. Tho proportions of x)wder and load Iu n rev olvor enrt-rldg-o are not adjusted to glvotho boat results. A pistol Is a short rango weapon, and It is carried usually for purposes of defenso in closo encounters. To load such a weapon with iw Icr enough tosond n bulKt a quarter of a null" is nlnurd. A smnllir ihargo Is greater accuracy jut as effei tive nnd insurestarget prm tice are of nun. The distances for l,.r nil pro from twelve to twenty .vnnl Ileal purposustho shorter niiige is sutllclent ExHrimenls by Professor Couliu nnd tho oxiorts who tisu his gallery havo shown that powder i barges of llv o grains for the smaller Iwres nnd from six to eight grains for tho largo rev olven nn heavy enough, nnd glvo Iwttor results iu accuracy than can lo got from tlio factory aniniunltioii. Theso men havo Ikvu using their own nniniunition for somo time and doing work with tho revolver that makes tho manufacturers open their -- vm .b LI CjiSA 7? v.3 Lt ', ... TnoYAt-F:?.'.''.- .SW ? ; (i i RAJJFIELD'S x , , ; - j.c luii'v mblATUb A SPECIFIC FOR. Woman's Diseases mD BBHtssSMBssWssssl AS at'f-t- r Jk m 1 Pnlnful upprcucrt IsSciiuty fiiui CM TT" JL iirKUlnr MENSTRUATION saffi-riniv or POWDE Absolutely Pure Livery, Training, st book If takon dnrlng tbo Cl.ANOK or T.irn.crjt fty"!Scua lit anil danifiTwIII tic oMesl MriMAut to 'Wosiioi," nnllctl free DiuuriELli IttoftATOii Co., Atlanta, Gx. H K Ur4'la1I 15 VIOT1..V , to pnr-tlcul- ' ! I dl Tblst rowJr noTrr TtrUt A mrTl ol pant) trriiitth nJ wlmlesumeuMi. 'Mure ttououil.-eyes. Thliol.l Ml ii. known tf ! la nil) m thsn the ordlnsrjr KId1. nJ cn not l Mr Thomas. of t!iolliidgeort ammunition wiihttio ntii'illu.le of low test .ihors llnli' II Bi r."iMi,,f fi .... r ,, , fact tn v , has mule sevcinl ti ips to New York sr mht ..iva or ll. Jhalo powjrrs S...J nn; I. J ' I K v I,. i Uotai. HiKlNii I'owdki. (e, y toeo thesll''tilig He has sntlslled himself can i. v orlr i o nn, r, l'u Vil Hltiel Nc must ) made for J that spe ui aiiiiuxnitioil '" I' seiu.iD, K) results accurate I evolv er practice. The bnll propelled nre obtained w ith n east round i.oris.s('iii.i:i.Ki., by six grains of lino quick powder Tho old AM) conical bullet mndo n ragged hole oud was ! llnblo to turn nnd ke hole tho target, Tho round ball cuts as clean n hole as a sharp IIICHJlinil, K'Kvri (K1 Dejwi rrnt-punch To i tho pro!Hr chnrgo for fifty Iltlni in tmlu thit4iiertn horses oatrst . reju.-san. Photoifraph in all itylrs nnd izoi mnking tests nt lliidgo-por- prrirvsl County CourtI yards Mr. Thomas is ly trs-l- ollcll.l following the suggestions of the shooters Ifrius. JOIIX II. f.l HVKXTKH, in India Ink Crnyon and Stiulji.l Kj nml woi king out some ideas of his own. Water Cplor. As a destroyer of ammunition the nverngc cow boy is a terror, but as n marksman ho is Prjiii. o I VI ,i. ji PEARSON & CLARK, nn overrated fraud. There nre twenty men can outsliHt all tho cowin New Y"ik who boys between MnnitoWi nnd tlio Panama canal. Frank Lord, l'.eorgo Bird, Pierre Iionllnrd, J. T 11. Collins, to soy nothing of lUrco .ms thutrh i I xUDdirJ I I ri Ira Piilne, , who is a professional, and hnlf a l'J II') fur Mji. arrtxt r,'l (oiuitiluii (. ij 1 1 VHt enn split cards on tho edge with dozen otU'i-sI'trian who flrrj Inio lh- - thurtti iinj srcunlM rU bullets, pick out tho spot on n lot of ll.il'nan lb. nUbt .t tbf i. revolver t f jr dubs, hit swinging lmlN, drivo tneks nnd do Arr-m- tn 'AtM - thnt th cowboy w uld n tdnre other thingvl kUIH,Mi SM.tl m heme for testattempt. Frank Lord lias n Mivsr, KiriinoMi nr ing judgment and skill that Is unique. A ! ! ! third imoii makes upon n large sheet of white iaper two faint pencil marks, that can . ". I.I r In r,,;i r . i ?nri In Hu' Kor i Ttle m seen not more than ten feet away. Two i, J iii'n tr t n i f , t.l well furnli'it r.un, ul Hodown to tho mi get, look at tho AnJ shooters walk . ilkl Mllll ioouij ullscti). filing joint, each till 110 ij. marks, und return to ths One 00sjr Iell7 selecting one of tho marks. Then they shoot I n :il Uj at tlii. chut uf f ( Ii noolh at twelve iMiees distance, trvlng to hit where tit u i ,itt mr iuii Some of tho thev Mipise the marks to it i: mm ksmeti can put a bullet into th luv islble LONDON. KY. It would tako either a Hi l lire. lunik ut the CITIZENS NATIONAL" BANK" T .B. RILEY, Proprietor. good cuwU'V or n very Irnd man from enrd ir. two to put six bullets into n plaviug Tliiit-oiiBlii-r Ueiiotitlnl nnd Itclur-ilnlit'- il seconds nnd n hnlf at twelve juices, but there I'urr - 8i:t5,0UOU0 lliriituliiiiit nre tendei feet in New York who cnu cfo it Mini ronsonulilf prleet. IMiy mid iiIkIiI lteublnnn. New Yoik Cor. bt lUnk sollrlla Inlitonrr met lijr pollle 1'nrtrra of IliU of luJltlJ uli, firmt .1m l torpr.ritleni pnpulur llotioe. Hi farllltli for nuking co A Itestiuir.int Walter's .Slirewrtiir. iKtlooi, In .11 (irii of tbf UnllfJ IUUi, ir The tistate of n mail who shrewdly oWrvcsl urpjsH.I, (ml rutoxrrt if at all timet grant) high socletj's wny turns out to l OO.UXJ ! ay rrstouaWe uviumoUllni smi tu amount. His name wns Samuel Holari, vv to ask .g to bf.rt ear to tb e't. and twenty five years ngo ho wns n common wn ol nelhhnrle( tssuntlin, wlIOut Iltnki", waiter in IVliiionlco's restnurnlit At that f aui 1.0" im rt4 t j tiseorli-r- i fjr al. kioii n! I K'tsi. anl aster l thtm that any Luaimsn w time, nnd long after. Delmvii t.', wastheonly tUitt nl wi' t i.T Hit" r.K tiMM real) swJ o t rr u t tall al all tlhiM i pruupt au I (till, . renllv exquisite eating house in the town iy Mt j Unn rn ' jui Ibc d trauma wrrintd to'lu,,-i- l o. There are now a iIukii h favored, and ..i.m u III- (."I'OUMl that niv even higher jri'vd S.larl did ltlloril the waiting in tu.. or thn-- "f the j.nvat. sup J. M. IIIUOlXltOTJIAH. that the jsr rooms up stairs, and he observed tho houso LEWH V. I.KAVKf.1., JOKLJ WAt.SKU guests resented tho positive rule of J. VV. .0'AN, Dlt.I.S.llLI.DKTT, J M JOHNMIS', that no doors lw fastened, ami thnt tho w nitT. M. AllNOI.ll, III' II It. .iC. at intervals of not ers drop Iu on overy H JO, "IMI'-OS- , Ml'I.UMd more thnn live minutes. It wasn't so much they w ere wicked as tlint they disliked thnt KY. BRODHEAD to U watched like schoolchildren Solnri thought it all over and over in his llaihad aaipritnreol OTr tlftn yriri. anl heavy Swiss way, and he decided too"Ua ba iuctoafully trrattsl bundroli nf w ft--.- j. M .niUOINBoril A V. I'UEiT. . .. .. 'll" " restaurant where seclusion should bo accorded clal tlntlon Ii gt.o lo tbo Irrtilrufnt of all In rajMst of tho yM. Niraant aANDlKKll, CASHIER. ol pallaa t adJrwt J.I' to those who desired to dlno or sup in jirivate. curisl (Iran on application IMMlrM ..e-'iH. V. HUDSON, TEf.LEl Ho carried out his scheme. Soluri's thereat in fashionable oovujiinln unique ter regnid It wns ii t nblg estnbllshmelit, but its fare was first rate, and after onco serving tho meal as ordei d, the waiter entered tho roomiognln only In response to the tap of the Ml. The price of tills kindly inattention was added to the regular chnrges, though not II MT VKltNON, KY. i: fit lot Feed, ! SALE STABLE l.rl PIKKrOliIKAl"!!! B':n, t, i i. Picture 1 ,,,, , Wholesale Grocers t LEXINGTON, KY. Mnln Street. jej-Si- ri.l lii.t i WILLIE HOUSE. J. B. WILLIS, Fropriotor. eln '' IGE An lv 1K. ICE ICE at unit cl - ! . lUIX-rl'T- ee-iutf- Jr Out Per I'ouiul. u 1 .TACKSOX JIOtTNIC, l'lrttcli Tns luis . ('1'ITIL T' or i.A.tsri:it, kv ' in-wn- ii- -.i PLANTS j. ihj prtr 1 i wv-en- ltt , lI jrty ssSjJB OCULIST, M' .,... ' m jition I. DVC. BRtTCB nndsuS.lsri du-- l by a not sedul" ily cbnieroiKd wus in the nnture of nil adventure. but That gave zet to many mi liun-tijiriinki-- h siijiior indulged lu by wealth and New York Cor. Pioneer-Presfashion fit tune IIisK-stnur.iiit jnitv etn v worth ft viut t jiiitfiMe, nnd M-- Suia XVT'MafiNMBK IK-n- -- l.oui; llistnnri to Curry Vegetables. It was announced a few days ago lu tbes. columns that the Mtom had fallen out of the jHitato nnd onion market iu San l'rnn-cUcA letter received from there tho other day stnts that tho tumble was caiwsl by s receipt of onion fioui Australia nnd from St. Louis and Salt Uike This w 'tl is getting aim .st too small to live iu ooinfoi tnbly when Australian onions compote with Oregon onions in the San Francivo markets, und that town is flooded with Missouri jiotutoes ut rates lower than jwld for jmtntoos here. Thoso who growl Ucauso early cabbage, lettuce and rndMivs are brought up hmo fiom California nuiy cousolo themselves with the iqwota ! of California imjioitiug itato'S ui.il ii 'lis fiom Misi-ju- ii and Australia uiul wonder why tho farmers of that state, with their boasted soli and climate, do not raise their own vegetables. It may lw remarked right here lu ieB'anl to our jxitato market that the decline lu Calif-fornapjwars to have nothing to do with the case, for retail dealers here chargo (1,'JO prr bushel for Burbanks, uud never take a, cent less. Portland Oregoulan. A jkiUi-toe1 ia WALTER 00MtkJSl- Imr. Denier in Binders, Bonpcrs. Mowers. Agricultural plements Gonornlij. Buekxos, aWnconn, lniu-boko Give mm call. jrg -- . --, VAkl.Xtt IX PHAKMACISTS. tr'r & W AItetf (&ffijZJ&ol Ju,SZrfGL&&cZ? y BjBkBjBBSssjBsjfsW Drugs, Books, Stationery anil Fancy Articles. d if I'nttlclant' prvMilPllooa atcuraltl rumis.ua -l A Daring Sacrilege. Alio tvntury ago a w oinan In Germany About a having changed a sentence was convicted of addressed te Eve, hi Genesis, lu which man is spoken of As lord of woman, "And he shall bo thy lord." This passage sho made to read, The Largest Stock of Watches, Uloi'n, by changing the word "her" h "narr," "And Jewelry and Silverware ho shall be thy fool." As tho Greek of old hearing Arbtldcs called tho Just, f.ret bougbt to tbUuiikst frlcus Iwsr ibn was tired of tha Loweat. WatcbM, Cloeki and Jawalrr Ba- so this German woman was tired of hearing ralra.1 nn short noiliss nd Wrri.l man lauded as tbo iiqwrior of woman. The authorities wero so horrified at her revised edition of Genesis that sho was hanged. Kansas City Times. Wf.aBtp.tts T V ', ANV y2Alk a W JEWELERS. Which I In nnd Which I Out? First Englishman (In Now York harbor) I say, what do tho hlnwstcd hidiots want of a statoo of llbei ty I Why didn't they put up a stupendous stntoo of C'ei bcrus guarding 'Ell's Gate? Second Englishman Why, donclicr know, they wouldn't know which sldo o' tho 'arbor to put'lm lion! Detroit Fiee Press. i Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full.and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. I l'.glr uud Lambs. Eagles havo played havoc with young lambs in Grant coui.ty, Oregon, this spring. Ouo farmer lost nine lambs in one day. The oiethod of tho e iglo is to swoop down ujion n iieljtless littlo lamb nnd knock him over, und thsnwlth another swoop pick him up and rry him awny to b eatou nt leisure. i B. K, WEAREN, Stanford,