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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887110101 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. Sent! VOL. XVI. J. K yesterday, Iteeili PERSONAL. P. Kmiikv, ol Madison, wa in town MmUiim Imtftml 1, 1887. Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Dili on ee ihe crowd NO. 277. mass of uncultivated intellect in onr grand old county? Good bouses will call forth good teachers; good teachers will make good schools; good schools will turn out good scholars, and good scholars are fitted for the position of valuable citizens. "Q. a. WALTON. nuulnoHH Minaor. for Mils T. P in Park sville. wa Hill I visiting relative Jay (ioui.i and family have sailed Kurope lo be none several months, It i tiled Hint he KOM to bfi alwent when the the anarchist are hunk, m he ha been no-- li tied br their friend if he doe not use hi money nd intluence to prevent their execution, hi life will pay the forfeit. Hut even Jay neod not be afraid. K the even Chicago Bend are hung a they should he it will hire such a aalutary elFect that there will be no violence attempted by the anarchist for a.eon at least. making (Jkn. Uoiitxm, of (luorgia, ieiiche in Ohio for (Jen. Powell, democratic nominee for governor, and ia creating ureal ciithtMiui everywhere he appear Tn ceneral carries a bullet wound and a tMVonel mark on hi. person an rridence that he wa in the thickest of the fray when yank and reb met each other, but he lonu lnca accepted the result of the war in a manly .pirit and would fight ax iilckly for the union uow a. he did for the loreJ but l(l cause. 1 Tltr. Oeoruian are not drinking a much a. they used to, but according to Collector Hranhw they are making a heap more of it. Last year there were 30 distilleries in operation, now there are 03; nd Hie c the lax ha increased .VJ,Uv0 ptclty of all Ihe distilleries have ben enlarged With nobody to drink it, we would think tha' whisky would li ion Cheap there that even a moonshiner would give up tlie bulne in dlgut. whisky Prop. IIrhvp.v Hki.m, of Perry ville, here Sunday. Mas. K T. Kociintkh i visiting her sister in I oulsville. Mitw Uki.lkCooKK, of Iliistonyille, i visiting Mi Lullc lUilev Mhh. 8. S, Alvr.RM and children are in Louisville visiting relative. Mirw Lui.a Mock wenl tii to Crab Orchard yesterday to visit Mi Leila Doore, Mil. John L. Coi.VKii, county attorney of Pulaski, wan here on legal businen Friday. Mifts Nannik MoNTdOMKitv, of Columbia, ia vi.iting Mri. Nannie Montgomery. MtfWKsSALLtK KLKIN and Honey wood Hufiuian, of Lancaster, have been guests at Ihe College. Miss Lucy Phillip, art teacher of Oarrard Female College, wa viiiliug Misses Uiinti. Annie and Mim. Taylok, of Huntington, W Va , who ha been visiting her sister, Mr. Bourne, baa returned home. Minn ANNir. Ikian, of Knoxville, in visiting friends here. Alwaya pretty "he "eem lo grow more lovely til the time. Mihh Ji ANNM' Wood, wPl koowo here, of I)riville, will be and Mr Ilowen married at Providence Church, November -- Lottie, daughter of Major Henry photograph T.Stanton, wa married at Frankfort lat i ready for week to Philip Carpenter, h druggist of tint city. work. On Wednesday, Oct. 'JGth, al 4 o'clock NK.wPckle, C'iow Omw and Catnip p.m., by Rev. J. Walden, of the Christian j'lst received at A A. Warren' "Mud el church, at the residence of the bride's Grocery." brother, Mr. Cyrus Moberly, on Sugar TllK (.rand jury ha refused to Gnd an in Creek, in Garrard county, Mr. William dictuient againt John I'ayne for the mur- Wall, a good, clever bachelor, of near Mc der of David Stephen. If there ever wan Creary, to Mr, iiettie M. Farris, of near Payne eeejina to Paint Lick, formerly of Kirkuville, a beaua clear ote of be ".bis elah.ih it. tiful and lowely young widow of thirty friend will have to summer and one that in lored by all who Our Preabylerian know her. Accept our congratulations, add $100 or ) to Kev A 8. Mollett' salary in order to help him Htipport hi large Mr. Wall, as you could not have beaten and growing family. Hi wife presented this selection io the State of Kentucky. W, P. PltEWITT him with another girl Friday, making in all four girl and two hoy RELIGIOUS. Mig itirgain Store all at laat week? Power' Great " U Aftf! AGES. ha pitched hi lent on Ihe Will Craig lot and J. it Paul se Iu The Page Dramatic Company will hold the board at the Opera Houae tomorrow, a Wednesday night. Tneir play, "Un-fe- r Cloud," i said to be a genuinely realiatic and thoroughly sensational drama. Ad miasion 25, 50 and 75 cent, the latter for reserved seat, which can be. had at Mc Robert V Stage'. HifEiiii'i to Clark, of Clay. paed down Helton and Hart Kedwine, who wer sent up for 3 and - year arh lor hurgltry. He h!o FrauklortStiiirdar, wild Will 1 tx, had John Well, who had become crzy since hi incarceration in Jul for a felotiv, taking him to the syliim Nothing wa dune in lGth Mr Holler wife last week, nay he sold in one day 375 barrel of flour. Miw M F Kl.KtK and oildren leave Tilts expre mtMrngei 'who killed the to day for several ui.ini"' vi it to A It) toy , who ha been visit-in- g Mr. 8 P. two train robber near HI I'a.o, Text., In. (l her, will arcimptiiy them. been paid $2,XK) by the governor, Ihe exMiKxra An.nik .McKinnky and Annie press company will cover that amount and railroad company present liliu with $1. Alcorn are back from a visit to Mi Jennie the 000, latking f 5 000. The hero heart the McKmney, near HuMonville, where they tnotlMl and common name of Huilth, but had the btwgeat kind of a time. -- Mk. Mourns J Farhik, who ha been he ia the uiol toasted man In Ihe great d traveling exlenivelr in the far Wet, Staie of Text today. hi relalivo, J. H Farri, last week. At.t. Ihe new. paper in Ihe State are com. Hi travel eeriu lo hae agreel with him. pliuirnting C)l. Sam M Kurdett'a "In and Mr and Mh, J, S. Huoiirh, Mr. About Kentucky" column In the CVurwr-JuuirvMii'phy and Mr F.J. Gtuipball have re- une going o far a. to eay It I Spring and are urnd from Kck worth all the balance of Ihe ptMar together now in win er quarters at the home of the i The fact Ihe colonel I. good at anything tirst named. he got at and never lall lo make what he -- Mr J H Hocicrr left Sunday for hi write about both interesting and initruo new home in tlk'gin.illt Mo., where the live. good wfshe of hi itrmy of friend here Mr and Mr. H. W TltK Jeiwamuir Jvunuil, under charge o' will folljw him the McCartys, tlpl, I making rapid Mocker lo left bv the eame train, , who lived at Oil-la- . Mr S C stride to the froul. It ha. been enlarged a a long time after leaving here, enow, that column all round and it get-u- p experienced turn are at the helm. Ilrother ha located at Kansas City and gone into lUrnea letter will now he regularly repro htiine", we learn from hi father, Hon. O A Lackey, who recently returned from duced in it. Harry Kanry, of the Lexington Mill, who wa here with hi pretty the election murder case. HyiiroI'iIOHIA. -- In the latter part of August a dog belonging tu Mil Kaibry bit a hog at Mine Hitl.erlord' Hi little nan Hugh went to drive him ofl and he wa r i 'log, stippved to b. mad, was killed All lilt isfo s'K ag the hDV, after howing every tgn of hvdrophobia, diexl, and Saturday night the) b it alodted, hor-rlaftei terrible eutlernu', from the hflltction, fne orp-- e wa a mo' tin Twenty four na'tiral one in appesrince. hours alter death whxllcoktd like ( er piration p Hired from every pore and there were other etrange feature connected with 1 -b'e The Presbyterian evangelist, J. M, Evans, has held 550 service during the year and taken GoO confession of faith, or ganized one church, ha had one church building erected and raised tome $10,000 for carrying on the work, E'der J S.Sweeney preached at Mack-rillWashington county, last Sunday and of the 20S members of the church in which he preached, all except 13 are Sweeney or of Ihe family. During his stay in the county, Elder Swpeney shook hands with more than 500 members of the 8weeney family, descendants of three great uncle and two great aunts of Brother Sweeney, who moved to that county in 1S01. -- Paris Kemuck im. dy Sltr, Kev. P. O. Elsom organized a "Sunbeam Society" at the Hiptist church Sun wftarnpon with about 50 members. The following officer were elected: Mi Kale Hail, president; Mis Leilia Williams and Joe Severance, Jr., vice president; Joe F. Water treasurer; Ed N'evius assistant; Mrs. Elsom secretary; Mi Monti Harris isi; Tie-I's- il, dtle )rt Lac-KKY- Tex. there. Kkkh, a life convict in the A nuns peni a revolver and killed the tentiary, LOCAL tUTJflfS rjtivict who .tabbed Ihe superintendent A FRKjIt slock of fine Candies just reand thu prevented a wholesale prison de "Model OrO' ceived at A A. Warren' livery Rigs' b earned hi release if ever eery " a man did and he ought to have it. The mercury wa down to U'5 ye.terday ritr.Cheteake V Ohio railroad has and ice lormed to the, thicknen of been placed in the) hand of a receiver on morning n inch P. Huntington, who the petition of Colli claim that it owe hiui iI,T7'J,87ti. William (J. Wickham, Ihe seoorid i the receiver. Gen. nt, The crop ol ciiestiiiit i a fair one and tier eell at $2 50 per bushel. 8 8. Myer bought Jil duhIihI at that price. I AM daily in receipt of an elegant line tiff all and winlir millinery, which I invite the lidie to call and examine Suwnde h Ola ejeil Charier Henderson been arrested for swindling a man in Vir ginia out of The governor ha refused to interfere in the case of Tuck Age and he will be bung at Islington next Friday Heszley. ilio bargain clnak,ahaw., and in fact in c imiurl, warm underwear, blanket, overcoat, need at rend- county The Teacher. Association met, per appolutiii.ut, at Warnrsb urg, KrIJay, nt InteresteJ Oct. Hth, r. m. There wm a larn artcinbliige o( tha cltli.n. preAenl, t xoitoni helJ In the comiuodlom church. The rct-decMlfrl to the leluit ahtenl W. P. Nile. w i hair anil thoorjanli.llon complete I ty inakloj K. U. CaMwell aecrvlary. In conreiUncH mainly ol tbn deioornlUeil atate of therailrml., the attetiJance of teachera was tniall. Mr.. Nannie Lambert, MUi With Mornan, Mlia Lllon (looch, Mra. IC J, Faiilkueraml Mestra. O.'lngletuti, Wllllim lUttln aiul V. F. Nllea all that report I. Moil l those appointed to luaj un Ihe programme wure abent. Alter JefOtiiinal eieicliei by the tjiiiirlnton-dei- it acJ ruuilc by tbn choir and a briel addreaa by the chairman, the drat topic on tho Hat, "The durational Value of Music," vu dlcuued by Mrs. Uiubert, froL Nllea and J. A. IloKle. "The Advantages of Kducatton" wai oened by irtint by Mr.J. T, Curtli, In an lnlereallnx add dreaa and continued by I)r. W, II. O'llannon, Hlniilcton and W. K. Nllea. The Probabilities of the I'ubllo Hchoola In Kenttick y" wai disouased at length by Mr. Lambert, Dr. O'llannon, J. T. Curtli, L. F. lleynolda, Itoglo, CiMwell ud Nlloi. Adjourned until nine lor Lincoln lie-l- iu K liar-lan- ' everrthing the people aHer me; P 'wer' Great Ilugain atore Tub grand iury whiky er with tho ehnrpeat of stick. The drug tare and varinu individual are catching it at the rate of three to a core or more cae apiece. Dkath -- Capt. W, W. Johnson came up from 1 itiitMh Haturrlay with the body of old child, Willie, hie Utile nine month who had died of brain 'over, mid it wm buried in the Htrattb lot in Hutl'iilo Cemetery OUR new preen bat not arrived yet, and owing to the fact that we have to use an other of diflerent uiake until it dnee, Ihe mukt-u- p of tho paper ia a little oil from the regular way, but you'll Hod everything by looking for it. Col Uioh wa too ill to laid over proceed with hi Ctee and It wa till to day T ih one of U tx'tnetui for iiiur-tie- r Toe wa ontinued till the 13'ii dar Cikcuit Court o'clock Halurday topic rontlHupJ by Mr, Ml. Morgan and llo(le and cloaed with an ablo talk by Prof. Nile.. 'The Philosophy of IYachluj" was, by reiu-at- , openel with a atrong argument by tho HuiKTliitoti-denfollowe- - by Mra. Lainbort, Mlsi Morgan, Mivars I'urtla and Nile. Mrs. I aiubert and Mln M rgtn, coiiiiiiiltufl on resolutions, rep irted the following; We, jour committee, take pleasure in reKrtlng our appreciation ol tha manner In which this iiifctlnn has been conducted and our lively wim of tho courresle exlendcl by the cltlens of Wayneaburg l the teachers present. We ipel that much good will result lo bo'h cducatora from the exercises, If teachers will lltuslrato In practice the sentiment given U'teraucj to In thla meetirg we will aoon aUnd on In other States. epial fuoting with our Ilrapritlulljr subiultted, UIucumIoii of t, morning. lut George nlicit new member, Jess Wearen and Will T. Lackey; "hen" committee, John M Hail, Jr, and Manly Tyree; committee on making monev, Autin Goocher and ForH est McClary; committee on programme, A YoDNO TlllEP. For several Sundav Mi- - Hinna Fair, Mr Elsom and Miss Ctpt Thorn i ittchard ha beeu missing Kathleen Hail, The regular meeting day from hi change drawer in the poslntEce will be the 4 h Sunday afternoon in each eui'li eum of money, varying from GO cent month Mrs. R H. Mibnney assisted in to flora 1. Ltn H if lis c included to organizing, she being presiJant 0' a similar ne had Marahal set a trap t ir tin tuef, society in her husbni'f citirch at Millers-burNowland to get ill by the bick wuido and The capconceal rtlmtsll 111 1 lit of sick UNO. STO'Jt SO CROP tain then locKe I tie inner door of the office, leaving the outside, open a usual and wenl James Girens sold to C. R. Harris 6 away. Tne m trnal did not nave loug lo nice 1,050 pound cattle at 3 cants. a little negro, wait before Si T. R. Walton bought of C C. Withers aud goiru' at chmb.-- d over the partition a lot of corn delivered at $3 per barrel. onca to tne draper emp ied it of its mark Win Murphy sold to Knox, of Boyle, Vnm otlicer did not ed content ol $1.1 a 2 yer old filly, by Abdullah Messenger, eay anything, but waited till tie br go1 for $150. out and then gribfoej hiui. He ackn iwl D. N Prewitt bought a bunch of 1 420 eJged the liielt, but id it wa hi firt pound cattle of J. H.and Ribert McAlister lime, that an Jiher ngr bjf n I d ne tie at IU cents. preriou w irk. Antwt ku iwn that he W M. Lackey Bold the 38 yearling bad pent $.5 or $40 recentlv, hn ww ij ie mule, advertised in thi paper, to Mr. Coftioned a to the rob'iery of Mr. J K. Al fer, ol Wayne, at $77 50 ford, when he admitted (hat he knew who G. Brent BarnettaudC.il. Underwood did it, but the bjy had given hiui $10 not bought of R. R. Gentry's heirs 109 acies The age ol the litlle raec.it I eta-tto tell. ill' ut tne home tract at $35. m ill even for Ihe a 13 to 17, but he W M Field, jr., of Danville, after firHl number. ili ci tun by hi thieving winning $1 100 in the last three weeks, from a lami-lpropensities Honestly, a he with Walker, by Hirry O'Falloo, sold htm Tne of natural burn thieve for $1,025. i not le- - tnn tire for robbing a -- A ptrty of Richmond gentlemen have inl if the boy's in the penitentiary sear e.ild to an O do firm G'S.OOO acre of land t weljh with tlie c ilirt, he will ildo in Breathitt county for$SO,000, realizing a be gtyen the full benefit. profit of $37,000. -- John M. Hail sold a pair of Af ivsr noies mule to John W. Marler. of Rockcastle, Secietary of the Navy Wnilney i very for $2)0, and sold iH sheep, 111 poundi avill. -- J. L Danforlh, a prominent ciiiz'Q of erage, at 3 cents, to Adam Pence, Louisville, is dead, aged G7 Winter Brewer has sold to J, M, An Italian fell Irom a bslloon 500 fret Board and T. F. Alexander 300 head of upon an iron fence and was impelled nitre hog for 1st of December delivery at Ij cts, -- The county judge of Marion mily Harrodeburg Democrat, per pound. -- G B. Woodcock and others, of Kenand the county attorney $300 a year. Tne anarchist case' are now with the tucky, have bought of Judge J M Philips' Supreme judge, argument for them hiving Arm of real estate broker, in Kansas City, closed Saturday, 5 acre n! land on 27(h street for $32 000. Henry Pammore, the murdem of A Red Squiirel sold at Lexington young Pitxlnn at Harrodsburg, ha been Fridar for $2,300; W F. Owsley, of Burks-vill- a, held wiihotii biil Red Squirrel is wa the purchaser. -- Ftlburn Hiker, a large Fayette ciuiry ihe name of a stallion and he has taken former, ha skipped with a Cincinnati wo many premiums this season. mm, leaving wife and children. At Dr. J, B. Owsley' sale on the Pen The pr ipeller V rn'iii went to pieces nington farm Friday, 31 yearling mules d'iring a gtle on Like Michigan ruid mogl brought $07; cattle $2.70 per of ner crew of 22, besides a valuable cargo, hundred, cows $1(! to $20; hull $25; stock wer lost, hog 3 cents; oats 40 cents and corn at heap, The remains of Gov. Madison, which $2 50 No satisfactory bit! being made on hurned at Half rt in 1810, were re- the farm it was withdrawn. nt 'Ved to th Frmklnrt cwuietery Saturday. THE LAWYERS rs. fELANO ll- - wis the tirst Kentucky goveruor to die 1 1 1 g, 1 ed 1 y 11 itnt-$1w-- re ergint-a- t arms, Srn Menefee and I! Wearen; standing committee to Samuel Hysinger is very low with typhoid fever. -- A child of Tom Clark died at Lam?-fo- rd Friday. The water mills are idly longinc for E.D," the "dew drop's fall." LONDON, LAUREL 00UNTT. Wm Harper sold his 300 acre farm on Eagle Creek for $700. There is talk of establishing a bank After this date the postoffice at this here, also an opera-housin the near fuplace will be open on Sundays from 8 to 9 ture. Lookout for us, we are coming! A. U. Mrs. Probst, an aged Swiss lady, had Mr. W. L. Martin, the genial K. C. for trouble with her husband and skipped for agent at Livingston, has our thanks Cleveland, Ohio, Sunday. This is the secitems. ond time she has given the old man the Mis Alice Mul-lioWilliam Barnett and of Crush Creek, were married Sunday shake. Quite a novel feature was introduced evening. Otter at the sociable at Mrs. Faris' on Saturday Dr DaviH baa bought of James the house ricently occupied by J. W. Nes-b- itl evening by "Smiling Dave" Jackson, in the role of Dr. Woods, a Centenarian. Smiling for The natural ga works has been piped Dave is a good one and we wouldn't take a to main street. Refer to Shoat Ping and bosa for him. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Williams and Dr. Darie for particulars. The Court of Claims was very liberal Misses Maggie and Virginia Dishman, of A fuller Barbourville, spent Saturday and Sunday in their allowance of claims. here. Messrs. D, K. Garrard, J. W. Reld report will be given in next letter. and William Murphy, of Manchester, wero Mr. I. J. Munday has an old Canadian copper coin which he saye was made in here Saturday, Wallace A Co.'s Circus showed to 1352. That coin maker was somewhat about 2,000 peot.le here Saturday. Their ahead of Columbus. from street parade in the morning was verv fine, Adam Catron has returned Georgia and the South, where he had been but the show was almost a failure. The lo sell two car of horses and mules. He employe were discharged and the cages and canvas shipped to Peru, Indiana. The reports n dull market. Dr. Davis wag called to perform a cauvasmen claim they did not get any pay surgical operation 00 a little eon of Harvey for their work. R. M. Jackson has retcrned from AtCarleton on Rockcastle River a few days lanta, Georgia, where he has been to dissince. The operation was successful. d of mules. He was In Bimeon Denney, a yery highly respect pose of a ed citizen of Level Green, will celebrate Atlanta when President Cleveland was 100th birthday by giving a big dinner to there, bnt didn't get to see him, It was raining so much the President could not his friends and neighbors Nov. 8th. call on him. Although Bob is an up and Henry Carleton, of SkHggs Creek, was down, through and through Clevelaud man, blessed with his second pair of twins on be would not mis a horse trade to see nil the2Gih a boy and a girl Grover and the presidents in the United State. Mrs, P. A. Faris gave the young folks Blatney, for the president and James a sociable Saturday evening that was a deBlaine. cided success. Her large and elegant par-- Born to the wife of S B. McClure, lor was filled with youngsters and all enR ickcastle River, 00 the 2Gth, a girl, usual joyed themselves hugely. Among the visiting ladies were Mieee Maggie and Virweight. George Cook, postmaster at Livingston, has moyed to bis properly recently ginia Dishman, of Barbourville; Mamie Conyer aud Dora Parsley, of East Bern-stapurchased of Joseph Sambrooka. Mra. C. E. Faris and Mies Kate L. near William Al- Brown did much to amuse and entertain all The school-housbright's was burned last Wednesday, present. thought to be incendiary. The school-housOARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. at Dispulauta wa burned Tuesday evening. Lancaster. Caught from fire left in the stove. Farmers complain that the dry weath"Tom," ihe owl, proved to be such a er is likely to injure the young wheat, Some good rat catcher his services are in great of it is already dying for want of moisture. demand. William Henderson has leased Elder G, W. Yancey is holding a prohi services for a month to guard his barn tracted meeting at North Middletown. Hie against the ravages of the depredatine ro pulpit was filled Sunday bv Elder Arnold, dents. That great railway magnate, C. P, of Paris. Miss Lena Gould, of Delphi, Indiana, Huntington, came down the K. C. via Saturday evening on his way, it ia is visiting Miss Pearl Brown. Mrs. C. of Louisville, is viniting her lid, to Bell county on a huuting and fishW. O. Sweeney. ing excursion. The game that he is proba On Friday Dr. William Huffman waa bly looking for in that direction is an outthrown by a young horse he was riding and Livingston, let 'or his road from Dr. W. A Brown, of Parksville, was one of his ribs was fractured. He suffers here Sunday lo eo his father, who is quite very touch, but there Is no serious danger. The Acu is hot for the Louisville eick. Tom Livesay is down with typhoid Mux. George Sigman, the boy so badly Southern. Although tnis subject is getting hurt by being thrown from a horse is hav- to be quite a chestnut, still we want the ing spasms and not expected to recover. road and something should be done to get Jim Jordon is down with tvpboid fever. it. Messrs. II. C. Kauffman, W, J. Kin-nair- d Mrs. John Sowders, who has been confined and William Lloyd have returned able to go 10 her bed for 1G years, is now from the West, highly pleased with that about the house. The mother of Mr T. G, portion of the republic. Kauffman and Taylor, who was struck speechless last week, Kinnaird made heavy investments in Kandied Friday. Mike Jennings, who lately sas City and Lloyd bought property in Nereturned from the Lexington Asylum, died braska City, to which place he will shortly Wednesday of apoplexy. T. S Miller and wife, of Hyattsville, returned home after a week' visit to friends ! New at this place. C Mullins, of Livingston, has gone into the general merchandise busi- Opsoalte Female College. Call and examine my ness. Mr. M. V. Reppert, of Mullins, ia work. Cabinets S4 per dozen, uatlitactlon guaranteed. visiting her daughter, Mrs. J W. Nesbitt. Ml. PA VL, rhotograpber. Jime Adam, of Garrard, is here Joo 277-- tl Adams on a visit to Paint Lick. Samuel C. JOHNSON, Bronn t back from Bowling Green on a Welsh, occompanied by THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, viil, Mrs. Sarah Miss Sallie NatiKhton, left Stturday night for a visit lo friends in Louisville. One of la now prepared with a good stock and an additional workman to do any kind of work in his our citizens has secured a good position promptly and In the beat manner, Ulve himline a (277) with a Louisville house and will go there trial, bnop on Lancaster street. on the 10th of November. n, car-loadt. e Liy-tngstCora-merson, eon-in-la- Photograph Gallery J. 1 H. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Eistray ! divorce uit brought dUntis-e- d nt her tioiHtj-lirdikin- by M. LautiKaT, f Committee. liotTll Mokoan, Association then adjourned. W. F, Nli.K, Chra. E li. Caluwkix, ''ecy. Nankkttk rode 323 mile on a bicycle in less thin 21 limit, beating all i fjr vm continued MArlin The rare was made on own recogni- -. previous record and he wa released on hi For aome reitsou or other the court a course at Crawfnrdsvllle, I ml , and the nice rider fell ofl 15 pound during the eiiort. 1. as not been in einn since Friday. Hy the running away of a horse attach MtarAKE -- SuunUy night a ed to a wagon in which she with her father A plVKician prescribed lor Mih CteRtntitand and four children was driving in Louishor little boy, bith of whom were sick ville, Mr. George Uitinibach was instantly The done for the woman contained consider killed and her father, G die Unit, fatally able morphine and when hob went to give hurt. The children escaped unhurt, Judge W It. Fleming attacked and hi to the boy nhe got lliam mixed and In hi beat with a cane Mr B. DuPont for alleged gave him the morphine instead. papers weak condition it wan too much for him nd slanders that have appeared in hi concerning him From the different stateonn landing into unconciuuiifiw, it wta ment of the case printed it I hard to tell n corpse. The whether the "statesman" wm right not long before he wa A ot Jennie Clv w Tut) case of Frank 111 office. (. Whittaker There were sli great lawyers In BUntord town; Welch, riaulley, Hill, Alcorn, ol itreat renovn; Willi Mcltoberta and Brad Iny, both anxious and ready, To pounce upon one Utile fsnn jr, so noody. The Counael were drawn up In ltal array, Aud showed thoonelves auiluui to Join In the fray; While poor llttlo Felaud, all aid and forlorn , Looked as though he had ulnar lia'd never been born. bald FeUnJ, "Ifany have doubts of the laws, Just wait till tho Jury looks Into my ciuse;" Bo the trial went on, and he marched oil the Held, Bearing six ureal lawyera stouoilead on bis ahlold. mokal: If the tricks of the law make wrung appear right, And things that are black look as though they were white; Tnore I always a show loroue poor little sinner, O'er six mighty lawyers to come oil' the winner. Fatal mother appears greitly distressed and there wrong in the attack, but most li kelyhe wa in no suspicion of foul play. wronR or The services at the Baptist church, which had continued through the week, closed Sunday night, Rev. Coleman propose 10 leave this week for Texas, where he will probab'y locate permanently. We are eorry to lose him. He is a faithful and effective preacher and liked by all denomi nations, The Bridgewater church at More-lan- d is completed and is now one of the nentet and most comfortable audience-r- o ms in the comity. It would be a grand idea if "Bridge" could be induced to build for the benefit of the 40 or 50 school-house- , youtn of Lincoln; but as thi would be taxing his good nature loo far, may not his good example incite others to take the lead in so laudable an enterprise in their ie pective districts? This is a practical question and worthy of the gravest consideration. It is a question, too, which must be solved by enlightened, patriotic, philanthropic, individual effort. The curse of our school system is too much law and too little action. The man who develops a ne w industry or utilizes some neglected natural element, or invents some new application of machinery is still or power or labor-saviIs there hailed as a public benefactor. not a wide and rich and promising field for effort in the development of the mighty ng A Hail Stare, t4or lr rears old, in poor condition, came to my farm about 3 wcekaaeo. The owner can get ber by raying lor this advertise-tlscmeaud the keeping ol ner. nt AI.LES BEAZLEV, 277-3t Stanford, Ey. A DairahU Dutlling Howe and Store Room in HtutonrilU, On Danvl He street, near Main. There is also a Garden and Stable. It la a very suitable place to run a imi 11 store. Call on or address 276-- lt CHAN. ItiHUOP. U.Ilustonvllle.Ky. DR. S. C. DAVIS, Physician and Surgeon, Mt. Vornon, Ky. OOca next door to Whitehead's Drag Store. Special attention given to dlseaaeaol children. (J77-- tf Florence Washing Machine, The undersigned, having purchased the Florence Washing Machine, and alter a thorough trial, we take pleasure In adding our testluony as to Its worth, and without hesitation pronounce It a success In every particular, doing all that la claimed for Wm. Daugherty, J. W. Wallace. Dr. Bourne, Mrs. S. I'. Halter, A. C. Bine, Bill 1'erklna. Lewis Dudderar, J, K. Lynu, L L. Dawson, O. Vannoy, Mrs. Amanda 1'eak, Ocorgo Peyton, Alex Holta-laC. C. Fields, Albert Camden, 81m Haines, it. E. Uarrow, A. U, Feland and many others. w, It: CANNOT BE BEATEN. A LITTLE BOY JOCKEY. WONDERS OF ALASKA. SCENERY DESCRIPTION OF THE OF THE INLAND PASSAGE. IMMUNITY. Leaf of tho deep leaved chestnut tree, I,onB sjmred the weather god's disdain, Have not thy brothers borne for theo June's hiaverllble rasing rain? And they are beautiful and little. Those sun veined revtli rs und tin u 8(111 EXPERIENCE WITH A NOTED AND SUCCESSFUL GAMBLER. "StridcM" llunim and ltobbltiR u Countryman. TVonilerful Miinljmlntltni of Cant A Faro Ilox for "bklu" GuinblliiR. I line! nn extraordinary cspcrlcnco ft few days ngo with one of the most noted und sucA Tnlk About "Crooked" We occupied in America. adjoining chairs coming from riuladeljibia, and wo talked about gambling In Men- - York ontho wny. "1 have beard n good many stories," I said, "of high playing up town within the jiosttvvo weeks. Is it really sol" "I have been in New York tnenty-flvyears," said the gambler quiqtly, "and I have never known tlieiu to roll as high as they aro rolling now. There is n combination of four Jews who are playing faro in a fashion that would make tho old Mississippi gamblers hold their breuth. Kvery let is four figures mid 'a bank to the tune they have crippled D of (30,000 in three nights. It is a curious thing, by the way, that nearly all Hebrews will bet recklessly on cards, though they are so cautious in business matters. Ihey aro in fomo repect8 the best gamblers 1 over played against. If a Jew sees a chance of getting back a dollar by taking a risk, how ill take the risk tvery time." "Are most games straight now in New cessful gniublera o York)-- ' know a crooked gamo in tho whole tact is that gamblers have learned nt lust that it is just as eay to run frtrnight as crooked. Tho percentage in favor of the 1ioum is uiough to make any man lich if ho sticks to tho game. It is exactly liko any A merchant who is straight other buMiH'-s- . will sticce d, and n merchant who is crooked will fall in tho long tun. There aro n lot of flash mushroom establishments olong Broadway which show up in great shape for a year or two and then go under. They can't last if they aro trookol. The straight houses como out abend " I mentioned the name a few moments later of n vuh Known actor, who has n predilection for high play, and the gambler said, with a chuckle: "That particular actor made ?l,00o in tho course of an hour a few nights ngo." cit. 'I don't The "A friend of his, ft gambler in very hard luck, went to the actor and said ho had a friend fioin out of town who wus anxious to play against the bank, and ho suggested that tho uctor and tho other should go in and fleeeo him nt fnio. They went to n Ma gambler on Sixth avenue and got him to ojisn a faro bank with stacked cards, and about 11 o'clock nt night tho actor and tho country man cutte m together. They hud untied to pool their issues, and tho actor put up $1,005 against a similar amount by the countryman. They then took their $2,010 ami tho actor Creole MuUleli In .Society. agreed to do the playing. Within half an Three or four jcurs fjient in tho conent, hour tho money was all gone, tho lights were and mademoiselle Li Creole Is free. Pel haps tumed out, und the countryman wns sent on befoie making her debut tho studies under his way. Then the gambler went up to tho masters of music, languages, I itciatuie, nnd actor to get his half of tho money, but ho got draw ing for a year or more. Then slio is nothing. The actor took tho $1,003, gave the ft formal entrance into society; sho dealer $250 for hL trouble, and left town tho bos crossed the flowery borders of girlhood, following day $750 ahead. Tho busted sport nud has l Into a lovely young wowho engineered thowholo thing has got his man. There is fascination sluinU'ring in her rovengo by telling everybody about, it." dark liquid eve, as her fringed lids drooping If 1 were to give the name of the actor who over them soften but do not diminish their indulged in tl is transaction it would cause an brilliancy. Her comjilexion has tltlier an immeuso amount of astonishment, as his ivorine pallet, or is of creamy whiteness absonewspaper1 interviews are invariably full of lutely dazzling, und of satiny texture, with bitter and heartfelt woo at the prevalence of hair bluck as the rnven's w Ing. Her face has gambling in America. not much color save in her lips. It occuri ed to mo n little later that it was n She is usually small, but raicly angular. goodopiKiitumty to introduce a man who bad Her limbs, how over slender, nio rounded, a system for beating games of chance to tho with jieculiuily supjile joints. Her gait is an gambler. I told him about my friend, and ho undulating glide, due, say tho anatomists, to tho said that no system was ever invented that the mollifications climate lias produce-dicould play successfully against luck. osseous formation of tho Creole. No wo"Well," said I, "the man whom I havo in man of Her race can ever be seen wulkiug, as view has bee n sending me letters uud tele- so many Americun women walk, as if the) grams nbout his particular discovery, and I were continu.dly ascending stair. As a tule, would like to havo you look at it." sho will have magnificent hair. Ono wonders, "I will examine it with great pleasure," in marking tho luxuriance of thtsu tresses, said tho gambler, heartily, "if you will both how tho littlo heads contrive to carry such a come around to my hotel this afternoon, but weight. Very rarely indeed is ft blondo seen I tell you beforehand that you will go away among them, but they themselves fairly udoie convinced that no system can piny against n the Saxon tyjie. With nil her heart and soul gome in w hlch chance figures ns an important tho debutante enjoys the gaytty into which factor. I have been in this business a great sho h.is plunged. Of dancing sho never tires, many years, and I have made mid t many and wlu ill nt i true it finds the ardor of 1 fortunes, .o that I speak by tho card." her enthu uu.ni for Imlls, JMirties and At r o'tlcx k that ufteruoou I telegraphed n cales not one vvliil abated. Harper's ll.1z.1r man that had n new system (he is n colonel of militia), ami we went together to tho hotel. 'Ilin 'lop of Washington Monument. AVo weio met by the sallow faced man of The construction of u suitable njx'.x called ho wnudeied up to his room forth much discus-sio3iance, and nnd u number of plans, ahead of us. Ho opened u little leather It was first suggested to toof over tho strucRachel, tool: out u faro box, put it on the tature with n framework of iron uud glass; but ble, and then brought out n number of cards it was thought that tho chemical action of with the n.al still unbroken. I ought to state tho weather on the metal would discolor tho that the colonel's system had lioeii tesud face of the walls. The design for n marble, with extraordinary success by all the devices pytamidion flftv-flv- e feet in height, subthntwt ton M call to mind, and that he had mitted by Jlr lieruaid It. Green, civil engiccntimi.illy and persistently come out ahead. neer, was finally ndojited. Twelvo stouo tilis Tho guinblor ran his slim fingers over tho a foot thick, three on each side of the well, fnro In x and said: began to grow out from the f tco of tho walls Do you think Hen man, Goldlwrgor Keller 4T0 feet from tho bas. As these are can ied knew any i hiug about cards) Because if you upward, tho ribs nearest trio angle of tho do I wi.l jnovo to you that they are shoe shaft meet in tho hijis of the jiyramidiou, makers." while those in the center of eah faco aro conHo then us.Jid mo to select n. package of . nected still higher up by voussoir stones, cards mid bliiiffle them. I did so. "Now," ho forming two niches intersecting each other ut said, "imm any caul you phase and ycu will j light angles. Thetlnustof each corner rib And it between my leg nnd the chair." is transmitted to its opjiotdto by the use of cauUr" "Anj one of tho fifty-twhorizontal stones between their uj)jx)f ex"Any one." tremities. Tho buttresses supjioit tho roof . "The eight of spades." covering of marble slubs, about seven inches pack twice and then asked Ho shuilld tho thick. mo to look on tho chair. I did so and took j Tho capstone Is tijed with an aluminum tho eight of spades from beneath his leg. Hu i pyramid, which is coimecUil by a copjx-- r iod had found it uud abstracted it f.'om tho pack vv'ith four lightning rods pnsiiig to the tipjier while bhuflling them and placed it theio with- extremities of tho iron coIuilus of the eleout our lielng able to detect him. He then I vator shaft, nnd tho bottonnof these columns amused and astonished us by foicing four ate grounded in tho well in tho center of the ' Lings or four aces to come to tho top of the foundation. Oscar Kooto in Amencait Magapack whenever ho wanted them, although wo zine. hhtitiled the cauls, and later he did u hut 1 conI.mig Summer D.ijs In i:iil.uul. sider tho most extraonllnary tiick that can lio The extreme bievityof tho English sumperformed in this woild. Ho would tnko a fresh pack of cards ond deal themiapidly mer nights nlwuys interests the sti auger. It in tho tegular way, except that ho would is not fully daik until neat ly 11 oMutk, nud deal us tlueo hnnds precisely as wo called, rending is josiblo on n clear night up to for tuem. To do this he wns obliged to nearly 10. Tho gray dawn begins to glim read e backs of tho cards and extract them ) liter ut nbout 2 in the morning, uud by If it is fro dilfeieut places in tho pack with such quite light again. This doesn't em to give marvelous tjuicknes-- that tho cyo could not the creatines that go to Uil nnd get uti with follow him. After ho had thus proved tint tho sun time enough for rest. '1 ho roosters no man could play with n professional gam- und such fowls havo n worn and sleejiless bler who had uny desire to bo crooked, ho look, and evidently sutler from insomnia. took his faio lay out and begnn to knock the These brief nights, of course, aro nccoinjia-- ' extraordinary colonel's system to splinters. Ilefore ho had tiled by u corresjionding operated ilvo minutes the colonel slammed length of days. Wo are accustomed to his fist on tho table and Mid emphatically: thlstoitof thing by hearsay in Norway, "I havo seen enough to make mo decide Sweden nnd Russin, but It seems nt first novel counright hero that I will never play another nud unfair to find nn English gumo of faro as long as I live." try blessed with such an extra quantity of Tho gambler could nt will by touening cer- daylight. London Letter. tain spiiugs in his box force all low cards or Trunk 1. Sherman' August Cherries. high cards to come up In turn, and, in face, bad as much command over tho Ikjx as though Frank D. Sherman lias ajioemoii "Augusl" that little silver device was human. Every in St, Nicholas, in which njenr tho lines: ugust, month when sleejiy cows caul he called for come at his will, and tnui Seek thi shade of spreading boughs lietting against liim w era entirely and utteilv Where the lobiti quirks his head, nt his met cy. And jet the whole thing wu Coiittmjilatiug cherries red. m thoroughly innocent looking that it defied 1 could not help wondering An August cherry must bo a canned cherry detection. tbctowus moro than ono menu or the robhln must be fooling Mr. Sherman. ing In tho emphasis ho laid on tho statement -- San J'ranciseo Alta. Hut wild cherries ripen in August, as any Hi itnll the gambling nowadayB in New Yoik h strictly h'jnent und straight. Tittbsurs country schoolboy knows. Tho jioet Mnwl acquitted. Dispatch. let-dejier-mittdevt-lojn.i1 11111-I . I "HowP Too lAte ut the Stnrttng Vole Pluck, Energy mid SUIlt AVIn nt l.mt. Ono of the most Interesting features of tho day was tho conduct of n pretty littlo boy who appeared ns a jockey. Ho wns gaudily His dressed and his suit was evidintt new unme, ns mtaw led on the judnt'a slate, looked llko Ossber. He had a tn tint in tho Kvnud tace, nud did little llguiing l:i trying to secure n start. Nevertheless he looked "up to snufT," und ininy bet on his horse, believing that the littlo fellow knew ull about riding. More than n dizeii falso starts were made. Finally, with his bono nt tho ole, the starter dropped the ml flag und imay went nil but He was evidently confused. little The starter rapped the pole with his ilagstatf and yelled "CloP frantically in tho jockey's cars, but the horso moved not. It wns too late and tho little fellow rodo slowly to tho paddock entrance, where he dismounted and burst Into n storm of sobs. Not n spectator laughed. Those w ho had let on him swoio a little, but the child's grief Wiis too genuine to excite anj thing but pity. He had another mount in tho fourth race, uud uiauv were the expressions of sympathy as he eanteied b the grand stand in n winning up heat before tho call to the post. The time for the stai t came, nud tho littlo fellow's lils were shut close together as he held his horse w ith n stiir rein and fill lively watched the I ival jockej s. There were four stni ters. Alter severnl tnals they got uwnynll in n bunch. Ho closely weie they bunched that when they camo to the first turn, which was almost immediately, the four horses weio wedged against each oilier, their sides ni.d flanks steaming with tho sudden mid hot friction. Tue outside jockey was nearly thrown In the coufusicn. Oasber had his horo next but ono to the pole, nud was badly squeezed by his rivals. With energy and skill that weie really admirable, ho pressed the spurs into hU hone, and, leaning away forward, seemed to bo helping her out of the ruck by inaiustieiigth. Stride by stride the nuhu.il pushed her ine to tho fore, and when they were nil past the turn, Ossber was ahead ut the much desired pole. Hut he was hot pressed, and as he went llv ing pa't the grand stand on tho first round his teeth were still shut closely together, and his face had an anxious look. Tho nt xt tune around ho had opened thodis tanco between him and tho second horse, and was sure of victory. His lip- - opened wide us ho f purred his horse to fuither endeavor, and underneath his long vizor the spectator could eo tho luppiest oxpiei n that ever lit up n bov's eyes. Not tnti'tled with winning, h made his horse distance ull me oiuers, nn excusable error under tho circumstances. Tim crowd cheered heartily, and tho losers In this event eould not restrum u smile of s) miKitny nt tho bo' proud ttrut ns ho carried the bridle nt the side of tho full grown stable boy n of tho saddlf wlin l re the heavier laddoel;. ITiulo Dili ' tit Chicago from the Herald. Attention U c PIeas-tn to i Aplienrnnre of the Coast tliii I111II1111 Ciililns A l'tiiee for 1'loiieeis llui underfill Mulr (Hurler full of Icebergs. How shall anyone describe the glories of the inland pusvige, with snow cajiHil mountains 011 the main nud Islands on the ojijHisitu side, tising often to tho snow line, staying tho mighty l'acitlc from rocking one's steamer; n twelve day trip and the total couro of 2,300 miles from and return to Tneoiun, W. T.i Many n scene la liko tho Hudson at the Highlands; nud mniiy another like the -- Egeun sen skirting tho "oust of Asia Minor; nud still others liko Switzerland's most lienutiful mountain bound lakes; while the g tieral combination, making n sueccsion of Untitles und sublimities, Ls jiuiely Alaskan. TIiomj who contentedly tuck themselves in their littlo Uils along tho Atlantic can have no idea of the republican magnificence of our liclovcd country ns she stretches ncioss tho continent and reaches her lingers to Asia. So many ore the w hidings in tho archipelago nud mainland that in Alaska alouo our country has 15,000 miles of sea coat. A largo jiercentugo of tho coast line is precljd-tatfrom the water's edge, und Is clothed with jirimeval foiests of spruce, llr, pine, white odorous cellar, anil odorntil with or other gaudy hardy Uoweis. Of tho luethaustiblo fur sen), salmon uud a I fisheries I need not sjvak, for they have 11 world w ide fame. Tho rage of the jKissengeis to Isit tho "ranches" or street of Indian cabins in each village where we laud, and to jmrchsso tho wildest carving or juctuio from tho most squalid surroundings, would jirognosticate tho grief of other ttnveleis who should como hero only after tho Alaskans had entirely abandoned heuthttilsni, which degiades them, nnd been exalted Into American citizeushii, for which so many of them nreennittly hoj-iuTotem jHiles, Chlleat blankets of Hocky mountain slurp's wool, black tlatecmlng, horn und bono sjiooii, jxiiuted dam ing huts and masks, broidcrcd moccasins, HMjuimnii sealhlde suon boots, pijn-s- , war chili", ennw, jmddles, wooil tureens, water tight tvel shniks' teeth earrings and necklaces, gold and silver curved bracelets, linger rings, nrmlets, anklets, labrets or lip jilns, withe mattings, gambling tx)U and the like, were nb.soi bed by the jHesengers as readily ns sunlight hnruilesbly dunks the miasma of MiRiilflt-cti- t I.liu-VIltln- g isole illscoitl of tliuHiUKlng UhikIi' IaiuIsc linoKeu Culiiey In !.Iilncott'a. cripiKd, still nfrnld nud pile, 01 Complete Xain of Groceries f''lnclt " eery .hicrl.tuv,wlitch ilnlte .0 is't yiiut sttentl tt licth ami DEATH A Tjple.ll ( use OF of A 11 WILDCAT. the War. llmik lulluro Our toolc of Hardware, ton rsnieuijyte wltb. While rou s r ex we ksp cub itit'r on hind. mil 't t "' ","1 si well Hi lie-lin- e Which no retail Unit sieinul, we llllinw jou th o las-ket- s, swnmps. A I'Ucn KOll flOXKKIUS As n tyjilcal case of tho alijeetest falltne tho Neuinlin Valley bunk of Hrowiiville may betaken. After tho time vvhin tho cashier, K.spltiL- ffinntlpitintiwi rim liml tli..iiil... IS rrttiin ' ...U.IUVfully locked the front door nnd sllicd out tho back one, the tilltor of The llnmuvillu Advertistr obtained leave to ixnmiiio tho looks, nud nuuouuced in tho next issue of his jxijht that everv thing wiu sound, only tlino was needed. to his uivouut there the Nemaha Vnlhy cuiiviicj vvaaflSi.vHUtif In circulation. The assets of the concern of "stock notes, $70,000; illsiuiiittil thiitynnd sixty dajs, over (5,000; It suitly n quit til 11 cosh, over fl.KK)" western journalist, clmmctei ltinilly m. jiresstsl with the imsl of malutalniiig public confidence, to state that suiha condition of things indicated soundness. SupjK)si, foi Instance, that it thould trans. jdio that the "stock notees" were virtually worthless. Such n thing was not unconinion, ns the stockholders of the old state Uuiks ustil often to "iav up their enjutul by giving their jcroiinl notes, nud then when occasion tiirertil tfiey could take measured to make these notts entirely worthless. Suijmso, further, that the discounted jiajier had Uen recelviil from those who were not reliable, nt least in a financial cristu Sujijiose also that the alleged "cash" consisted of the billsof other banks as worthless as the one under investigation, and ftiixioe, tliiall, that the books luul Uvu "flxtsl," and that in much Il.HOO of currency had been yiore than fssiitsl. Such was very nearly tho condition of the Nemaha Valley Imnk. '1 lie machinery of the courts wns Htt in motion to enforce til currency, and nearly Jl.fXO of tho old bills are stored among the rrcouU of the di.tnct coutt. 1'rojwrty was levitsl iijkiii that UMially turned nut to Iwlong to twine one else, und finally Uie shei itr report having lev ml ujvon and old a safe, a table, n ttove and a letter j.trss, which altogether brough $M. The last jilen which the uhetit Jireld nt etiturel to in ike wns, that th mi called "Nemaha Valley bank"' wuM not l sued, since in reality it had not 1hii legally IncorjKirutiil at nil. Ovei land Monthly. -. con-slstt- Oliver ClitlltMl mid Iniporinl IMoivs, terigent fcr, tlii-hu- l In tliemitk-- t sltothe IMPUOVEI) WATER ELEVATOR, In of Houielhiiu tie w ard noTel n.l the ftne.t tultnc111 Ilia klml bi ui . b.i.I our ll" of Hl"',,l!?,cI!lI1,J?,j!1 f'VI";. eicmlly .11 iirlirn mnl ni"" Storet , ihii pliKothn nu.M fmlliliouilo l , a in b '", l'iupnt we wih limliiiw jtu noiiirthiricrtirllriit Ol itur s'' cur lino oiue In t, '" n Ibere l nmtcelf nnylliliiK wclnmi'U.l ttut li aiijrtliliut tfi'T. townm.il we shall l ilrllchnit n make It ileaitnt Ur mu '"'; n-- nr HOCKMBRABKKaiT. '' ii uerat BUY GMOCEMKESS O - 4' there-tleuitlon- of Were 50,000 of our ambitious tollers in the Emjiiro city to start for Alaska with their vhis.byi tin r th- - NoithTii or Unnn Ft. ciflc railroad, and l.np their eyes nud eai-ojien on tho way, nlout 10,000 of them would reach hero and make fortunes, mid tho rest would find ojwmngs en route for their talents and energies nnd create wealth for themselves nil along or any w hero along tho hues, liut the cornerstone of this prosjtcrity wculd bo their taking their homes with them, a thing which can invariably be done bycierymnn if ho will. In times Jtnst the neglect of this excellence has turned too ninny of the pioneer settlers of our country into drunkards, brigands, idlers and brutes. Men must can-something besiilo their cupidity and avarice; they must cun-- their dignity, jmnty and hope with them if they would be successful immigrants. At Port Chester, on Annette Island, Alaska is in jirocess of receiving n thonsnud Christian industrious Indians from Mctlakathla, in British Columbia, a ettlement organized and instructed by William Duncan during an ail ministration of tnuty-siears, who now find themselves moving away from the unequal laud laws of the Dominion nud tho ritualistic tyranny of tho Anglican church, to seek religious lllrty ond equal rights in our dear country. We saw n littlo navy of six sail, constructed by an Indian bont builder, leave Mctlakathla ns the advance division of this movement, full of eprit and soter virtues. When settled they will raise the jhijiu lntion of Alaska to 4l,0u0. The greatest n.ittnnl wonder of this trij i Muir glacier, in Glacier bay. This glacier is nbout sixty utiles long, nnd five miles from the bay it is nliout twenty five miles wide. In its course it is ful b nine in nn u.il and eleven levr glaciers This accumulated ma-- s of tee liinu-- by nn inexorable law through a gate of mountains only two miles wide, jiilnig und jamming itw-lujt into turrets nnd pinnacles from tlueo hundred to n thousand feet high, grinding the mountains till they have yielded it 11 Mud bench of beauty nnd smoothness. The near mountains nio from 2,5uO to 1,000 feet high; Mount Gnllon, ten milos tin ay, is 10,000 feet, nnd Mount Kulrweather, distant twenty-fivmiles, s x s f e Aiut-rlri- i fotin tnvHf otistintlv innl.111 roini. ir is.iits anil iiivmeuiig s.mi aiuies Ulwien America nnd Australia, when I began to anal) ze the jint8 of sinularitv they did notnmouiit to much lieyond wtodn houses, trees, stacks of sawn timber, watermelons, ouunnas aim swtsxi jotatees, close plaited straw hats, and a general suggestion of bigness, freedom, uudies.s and don't curishuess. It seemed to mo us well that tlure was a likeness tho Amu lain tyjioof character and the Australian The same ojwn nlr of bone-t- y, and some of Uie same air self asstrtiveness "truck tne; the sntnr curious coinbiualiou of utilitarianism and sjilritunl ity, mid the jwwer of Hdajitablhty, jwirtlcu lurly u be noticwl in the women of both races much, too, I thought, of the same originality and individual wav of putting things; much also of Uie slavish adorntlon and Imitation of ever) thing English. Hut some cultivated Aiutrticaiit to whom 1 mentioned this fancy of mine did not take to the I think that they looked ujhii suggestion. Australia as still in u sUte of burbamm; whereas one of them lessuied mu that Americun civilization wns tiie concentrated result of deliberate stlection from eveiything of gool involved In the course of ininy centu-les. Eurujic, he suid, hud erviittil an civilization, but America, meaning tho United Stuti-shad taken htm leudy made, and had Improved ujhhi It. Temple Har. I 1 nnil Aiilriillu. T. R. WALTON - itf:it - ojn MAIN & SOMEBSET STS.. K A.1VD GETTHE T' 1 l , is 15,000. At its jiiojeotioii into the sea the glacier travels nt the rate of forty fe- -t ailny, icebers into th bay with the sounds of thunder and earthquake Theo retain tho sjilendld blue tints of the jsirent glacier, when floating around us in gieat hutsms, some of them TO feet Kjuare nnd standing from fifty to 100 feet out of tho water. The fall of these icvU-rglocks our loat liken storm, and we count twenty-siof them nt one time. Hut the steamer feailesly His bU) feet of to within the phuo or metnmoi jihosls from glacier to icelieig, hoi with her longest line showing Bounding no bottom nt 105 fathoms. When the iceberg is first weaned from the breast of the glacier it linages almost out of sight in tho sen, the.i to regain ries to its full height, as if its place, uud ugniii sinks to rise again and again till it finally finds its eijiiilihiluui and is curried awuybi the wind or tide or both. This operation is stiieiidous and stnkes nwe into tho soul, and t leasts such n wciul mag niflcenco of iiinguetlMii over tiie spirit that one leaves the Mull" with legiet. What nn itnjirovcd American way of doing a glacier is this! Hero there is no guide, no donkey, no cm r Ing your own rations, no breathless clltiii), no diminutive Mcr do Glace, no loss of altitude, for even thing is teen from sea level; no sleeping over night in n hosjiicoortefuge nt tho half way point; but to lie carried ill ease and elegnncn to shake haniLi with the mighty glacier, to watch its ojx.'raiions from tho ctniiioued saloon of n floating palace; this is tho Ame.-icnway furnished to every comer by tho I'uclfle Coast Steamship company. To land on the sandy beach and traverso the glacier is an inviting nnd easy essay, accomplished in 11 couple of houis; and men, women nud children did more or less of it according to fancy. The Mulr Is tholaigest of tlva important glncieis, tejiaying the attention of the euiiuus anil scientific, every one of which sin jiasses in interest anything tlint Eurojw has to offer. Elliott K.'Shejiard in Now Yoik Tiibune. 1 u I'U. OF TUB ICnUKIKJS. Itool; stulls on lloaril Ship. Nowhfli- - is light literaturu 111 such lequet as on lxmril Khi, und 1 1.0 j an has hit iijniii to ten h tliei u no nn flouting eager puutiasiis out ,,( tua, , ( the existf ing soUrte of sujq.l) . I Mse no dillleiiltict ill tho way, nor any reason whv book ttalU should not Ik) ojiemsl on Ixiard asiigei-tli- i as well as nt railway stations. Such need not in uny disadvantageous way air-c- t the economy of the shijM or iDiujiaiiies. From all 1 ciiu hour from jeioiis intimately ucijuniiited with th working of senger currying sU'nmei-s- . it R"euis jirotipblo that shijiownurs would roudil) full in with tho jdans of an or gunizution oirciing to add very considerably t the lunveiiit'in-- of the public who juitr' n ize them, giving every facility to nny t u tn.rcuil entt'iin-of the. It 111 gilt nno tlino for the t take hold and m cure an exten.ivo cotiuetti' 11 such its would laiM it to the jiositiuu of 11 going cone in. There would lie features 111 tho tl tide differing just so much from the all way department as to inul.e 11 sjieciithte of it, the management would huve to devote them selves entirely to their particular branch, nnd the jieeuhaiities of the business would soon Income upji.reut tu any lxiokseller not An exjieriiueutal book stall 01 twos.tuj) on board A liiutic liners would jierlmiislj" (inadvisable way of bioach ing the mi lei taking I'ull Mull (iiizette. len lu-to- e o WATKES & DAVIS, I'tlZAl?' T ti T ieTTtxxki? 1 A Simple Till of Kerosene OH. Take nn onlinary pint tin cuj. Till it within nn Inch of the top with water Manned to tho teuis latino of 1J0 ilegs, ruhr I'oiil on this wuter tin ituir four tahlesjiooufiils of Iho oil and water together, niul wait u short time', say u ininuto or two, for the oil tocol , lect 011 th" toj. Tiy the thermometer nud if tho ttuipi'iuliiio is more than tiic degree ft out 120 dogs l'ahr. ndd a littlo cold or hot wuter, as the use may be, s ns to bring tho temjiifattiio within one degree of 120 1'iihr. Then stir again uud give time an before, for the uil to come to tho top. Now bm mug match or hghttil tiqieroun ajijily level with the top of tho cup, say within half mi Inch of tho oil. If within one second no flash occ 11s the oil is teasonnbly safe, otherwise it mu ife. I'm ehuso four or five gal Jons of oil ntn timo nud apply this Ustnt each jiuicliase. Hulletin Noitli Caioliua Stato lloaul of Health. i.g-iiu11 EL 3T iCTc nr-r tttt ttttt ttt jt it imtrt-trr- c ir-r- - Jl It" IC il3rJ:yTrTx Mt'bJK2aw 9 1. IW A Itlfle with Sleel lliillets. 1 A Lesson from Jiii.in. A lesou ugniust the slaughter of bilds comes from Japan, In that country insect jiestx havo becoma so numerous that it is n custom to pluck tho fruit tor tho market before it is tijwto prevent its destruction by insects. Huston liudget. New Orleans has a brusn band of fem teen members, that are (ill newsboys. Tho Fiench government is exjeilmeutiiig with n new ifle called tho IValon gun. The great iidvnutagoof tho newweajion isa bullet of steel torejiluco that of lead, The steel hub let being much less in weight than the leaden would enable tho soldier to cutty a gi eater number of cartridges, which is of essential imjioi-tantiIt also ineienses thoceleiity of the bullet en leaving tho gun, which the curvo tnailo by tho projectile und considerably educes tho jerk mifTcied by tho gunner 011 dischaigiug the Theso advantages; aro great. wcajiou. Ilov ei thcless, tho weapon has not yet been found jierfect, nnd cannot yet lie udojitod. jlut itojensanowfloldof further improvi incuts in gunnery. Chicago News. 1 i. UrfaU.rftt PHARMACIST ..4j'st r r4BHIBWKy& --ioinp)iinJH.l PlBlff. mA-?'sisz'fV lAo. t " Oruus. Books, Stationery anu f ranuy ai:i.,v muuiua. j 1. 11 inn. k.niliHonaurti'lj AIo "tiQ'i"(a j2"'a t TX'TITV.T.'EI?.. rh LarzeBt Btook of Watches, Olooks Jewelry and 8lhHrware 1 ,.e, uueht i mi. mrai I eilrtl on Hull i.ollcd ttinl '.', 'JiwV fr.'iiMl n- -" WM WvZiM mrrrM&tBto Jf J 7 j.i .pi'mi WOMAN 11."! mw rw nv9H9mi'"unMwvtr?tr Mnko y, rir.uii..iii.itiMnimi..mw..iii.Jii-.- i y .. ..i. - UMjmmi.unii-iiMi.i..- .r FITTED. -- AND ARTIST. I t!i6URlit to v In mo n nnnui tttiouM rlnR In ttmrnrof. the world I 1 uni-Iv llh mtiiill pink (UtH How Alxxit my IIuk'TU cur It'll! tu uho, nil ImddiiiK nnd Moomlug, was limy working nt rt pnrnl f good. "Oh, tlmt'H jour llttlo cntiio, .sit!" U'jjon A FAMOUS DUKLIST. Clioqunrt, n noon ns ho wt ids ryes on lilt I "You're ullvp, then vii'tiin. thought iii tniirli. Hut you don't piny tlio AlMtit linlf wny up tho Hue du Jour, near monltpy with mo nny longer, Mister Turk; tho Hi. r.ti'tiielio thurch, In Purls H uu old you'vu cntilit tho wronj; sow liy tlio enr thU rch iiouw, rviidcutl contpkuous by ii wiilo time, let me U'H you I" nnd an extensive .took in ti rule of chlnn. "M. Chopiiiitl"exclfiiuied the merchant. Thl, two centuries iiko, ns thi HoUl du "Yen, Mr, my iinmo Is ChcMtuirt llurniilt, Itoynuinont, built by l'liillipi jou hwir, slrf who'll Imvo liono of Idiliopof ClitiUa ninl nbln'of llnjiuimont. when) is lc Iitrr uu It win occupicit by FnuicoHwho this tomfoolery. Your wife pretty, she, but our wife! Hlw's youtiK find Comto do ltuiitpvillr, Moiitmoieticy, wnuls to run n rit; Uion me. Your wife, I Hindu it it generous rendezvous for tho !eul that yotincieou our ln.st Iori iits in Turin. All tin geutlenifii of tho couit, say, livened bo - in loss would ..!.... ti. l,lt. .. nnv rt lli.tli iMn nrwr nnd fclx months,us dead inn lurrlnf- vu mid nnd lwre you mc, all wmo lov IntrlRue, or nho for wmo nioiml , ".' ep ' ' & 0'v. ' dnpKfrMitfr.choth.-on the motive hv lUnie, metMuK"K7m'MI'lacolloynio or tho Cour "A l! tliimrt, ipJoIdM thouierclmnt, the iiMUtlun In the lluo du Jour. Hem they uml entertained; wloLni 'wii.nlmt ifcowrol from his lint wero hospitnbly lmvo ". " '. '"'-thev we.e olTeua ft cold cllntlon with winel frW't- niipriiiR the liMs, nml ' You'll i.oeer b, me don tho rurkUli Krb Md llaiiun "I is over now. Holet monsk you to puik)i.s "K"'''- thosowho hnd foiKotten to b.lnB I were provide,! with a K.Hlly election of forgive ninl forKctiiny liipro,..rthliiK niny t.itrxjl night." . Tlimugbuut the Morning there h,'v" alJ "" no"'nt," said tho.,unrt, "not .piito was nu liuviMUt clnh of bh.d.s. each thruit fast, plen.e l)o you tender jour excuses nnd pany Uing wutchcl with intenso In ,,:',I!;cl'I')r fn,,'1 tlo.t l.yit.niiwlnhlaflir oil .cores Imd ' '","l"lt". quite understmul what form been miiK.I olT, nnd tho l evident uirg.n bad , ,4,,1,t V'1 ' k",0"'' for ' 1"lT0 lMin.laKl tho wiiilMibiiiU wound., wero in-to , nbout ,3"011 on.l Kniiiwl that you won- n ligftt vitl, with the dueltsu and their fellow. I on.e, I lint on liKlste! leg of lunchHn with th CoiiiU .le llouteville. , m mutton with kidney Imhiiis. (Mil jou do mo tho ( ' ''. Jou mid your friend! It would doubtl.-- U, n vnln piet to Mk, ,'0""r1,, nowndins, fm iiMUgloippiPM'iitutivo of this My wlfo will loprj..yl. Aglno, why don't M ""l""- - " ''" "WtJiU defuilrt'l nco of dlleluK, .i rnco to w hull Cho- - J'ou. col,u'' Uer' quart ctldently IvIuiirisI. He must liavcliml nn iiiMtntlou to dine with us. 0t c0"", nU" si''it. wl111" "- " t nnccr-ton- i niiiong the exqiiislft, of tho reign lelnxlng of 1juit XIII, thit swath burfclem of tho over dillltult to mh1 on Clioqunrt t,lnt Hotel de Itojnumont. or "; '"1' i ")Ul,'t,"",1'l the wnylh to his heart. ? "f muttou musketeeisof Iymls XV. Cli'M'-ml'- s "lnlft '"".found urn, iiiiiii, luiur. ii. iiuiiii, i uu I1UW proviK'ulloiLS for dueling, his over ., .. ..(..nl'd lu.l.,1 felt that Iip UhiI tho pnme in his own hands, .LIT In .1.. !.. his rejm-- 1 madenf lilru a public ,.v.u." curtain Mruleirn nl.i.iit which I Uition was iMiluiM Ii ightpned rather than ,,"uM1J"tB ' o Imvo iur opinion, M. Chodimiiiltheil by tho fact that his moot trrtiblo nunrt. "You have no Mndoirn, lr," rvtortol (halltugrs were uiinbl to withstand thoolTer witii h flow n oer bis ej'cliU. of n (aYiceful solution otir a UjwI of punch. "Hut" HlsgutlilfM talk mil Hiutherii nccrut, his "I Buy jou hove no Miuleiru, sir," expecuttfirwny uf liplng and other phjsicnl duolikt, idiu, o to hta daily Odysv-- u nmc. claimed tho hlco n inndiimn. hit voico mid gnticulntiug "And plMio of the HKt gnimllto c uuo bulfoutiery. Lake nolic that 1 am not to lo contra-diete- d Wlten tits, inaiikt for lighting was Iioii on this Kilnt. I Imvo drunk but ono within him it was diillcult to ornda hu moo I. Iom of gptiuliio Mmlpiin during tho wholo Ono tiny he woukl iiiter a colfeo him, toko courw of my life. 'Twns nt tho Tullerie. h sswt and say to n t.ror neighbor: Y-- , 1 Imd nek-ll"jut rocoverl "Aftrr j "U. The Kigaro, pIswHv" ', ,"; fin w'H u ili.'v - lit- 1. I j, .it. , "S it A glium of limit tra having pHirisl out U itotlUe Figaro but Tim t'otistitutiountl for Imiih XVIII, his uuijesty, turning tothat I nut rmdlug." ward tho cup Mid: 'Hnud that to "Obi you woukl gio mo th. lie, would you Take cm, sir, or, by Owl! I'll teach joti let- Clioqunrt, nnd glvo lum my ctinpliinentc' Do jiHi hear nw now"' ter manner." ( "Hut, Moiitirur Chcxjunrt, I On itleitlier occasion lu. would iutrotluce n "I wty that jou bnvo no Madelrn, t.ir," like iwceiin aft'- - this fashion: "Now, don't keep staring at me in Unit of- screwhed Clioqunrt, who hnd grown furiou, and brought libs hand down with terriflc fensive iiinnne r, plenwl" "I," cxKtulatl thn customer. "Lord blesa forco on tip wooden counter. "If jou onco me, fir, I didn't cteii jou. I was looking moro daru to nj that jou have Madeira wino I'll tiar your head clean off from your tho other snj" "Oh! tin n 1 am n liar, am IP Ami Cho- shoulders' And whntelto did you iny "you limir In n threatenquart would rlw from his "Well," said tho merchant, who was Kime-wli- nt ing attitude. stnggere.1 nt this sudden fit of .fission, liven tho most acfful ptrson could .arcpy put uu with such Insolence. They I'rn n Ipg of mutton with kldncj" bpans." "A leg of mutton,'' wild Choquart, in a felt liko tueuing up th Ir slop vi nud knock-ini- ; Chuiuart donu, Kur did ho fall, rvt soft tono of vole, "thnt's good, when well times, to iiut't with his (ImmtIc. Ho moro roaited. Itut I'm confident 'twill l overthan once ftiimlnl on n Tnrtiir His best j done. Have you got mch n tl ing as a fpitP I should ray I hnd,",burt out M. known M'rap tunt way Is wmth telatlng. ' "A Choquart ono day entered a coartynrd to Ilallu, with kindling ryes. "Only just jhuh mid soo for yourselvis." challengs n iiurU-- r buildrr, who was immi- - this wny, lug water at n fountain. Thn master builder ' Tho merchant led us into n comfortablo nmm-n-,tho purpose of n looked up siiriiitl, caught hold of Chupiart IkicU thop, which dining room. Then, on tho Iicnrth, in front by the of hut neck, doubled him up, leg put him under tho pump and touted him like of a bright billing tire, n tlno 111. of mutton a tho plaint mojfsticHllv turiie.1 on a rpit, n dead int. The tory of Choquort's advpntunsi would round tho tun. "Thut looks nice," remnrkeil Chwpinrt, ill! a volume, Uit I will ulato only one, after r moment of silent contemplation. when in acted ns hi second. A man Oue night, nt a masked ball, Choquart "You nro not ultogvther an idiot, who know tho worth of n spit to quartpfl with n Tuik. Cnrds were The follow lug dny Choqunrt, w itti livp. itut why don't you lmsto your leg of uiutUmf" ro unvtiig Choqnnrt took up tho went to his Ilk two hoes... Tiie lull: of tho previous evening ladle nnd lirgnn jioui uifj over tlio uipnt the At tli.it uiona-n- t tho jiiKV. who lieu t'irti. d ut to li." n well todouphulsti-reri buipsM i:i the Stunt Martin uiPtThNiit .s w if rnino in. I'lmol "Ah, g"l d.iy, luad'inip, g'wxl dnj" t you!'' (umuv. Ou nit ii.ig the pifiius ChopjArt suid Chpiurt, as he leant ovr and dciugtil Uiquutd after M. Ilallu. liaj "WLnt un I do for jouraskpil a jouiw; th.. unoiy iitt. "Well, you se what after und i' tty woman, whocamo forward fruui hnjijiencd. Ywur Iui'IkuhI isn't ill. Ipar in how shall wo get to nrrango th" b.i' of the shop. I Tin Tery provoking, vcrj'." "iSti If anil iioiisenel I don't like joking in tho mattei . "Ala?, tir. 'twas a sovcio Mini. God, in his My namo U of notiouii imtti'is I come for mi nlfiur of honor. ClKMjuurt. A goodnesH, has spared his life. I tmst tho gvutlfiiiau shouldn't Im mndo to wait ill this ton will bo of bervico to him." "Gal, in his goodness"' went on muttering mnniier. Your hiuband U an ill brod dog." 'hoqiiart. "Tlinl'ri nil very well. Hut wo "Oh, ixcuw mc, now 1 know what brings you. Thw iiwuat I havo to say. My bus finven't sittlclour little iliillculty n.s yet." "C .r.io now, Ch'Hiwit," Mid I, interrupt-lu- g Uuid went't lit jestcrdaj' to sjieml tho caini blm pretty thni ply, "ne'i'o lind enough val, nnd it Ims mads luui ill. Ho is in IhhI, on thutscoie. M. It.illu has tendcicd you hid und spits WojJ '' in my presence, nnd coulially "Donr me," remnrked Choiiunit, tinning bfst ex-'townnl his seconds, "what n niischiince! Ho Invites you to dinner; what moio do you wnntr tpits bltxxl, did j ou cay I" "Di'Si- ine,' sal I Choqunrt, ctill fascinated "Alaul jes, sir," answered tho J'oung woman, who sepuied much ntTectcil, "nnd tho by tho leg of mutton, "I do think it is beI doctor snjrthnt hn lias not six months to live." ginning to urti at tho Joint." Tho difficulty was now over, nnd the duelist ine!" went on rcjvntlug L'hoqumt, "Denr 'Vpita blwxl. How shall wo scttlo matters, completely disarmed. Wo all hnd dinner. IIumi'c ix mouths to live. then Will, Choqunrt recounted bis duels to tho uphol-iteicand drank with great giijto his lundnme, I'm not, a bad fellow, whatever bpurious'' Mnd.'ira. others may think. Now listen to u lint I Inn Choquart tliwl in pouerty. Tor over to Mij-- . Wo nro In January, aren't ive Jutt years ho h.ul livp.1 on n small pension io. Well, I'll givo jour husbuud six months twenty tw bulled In. I cull arouud and pay grnntcil lilm by tho Comto do Clmmbe-- d. to my rospnts si.t mouths hence. If, in July When, however, ho rcciivcd .100 francs his next, jour hubaud Isn't dead mid burk-d- , I'll wont was U give his friends a supi which cost the fnnii' Mini, to that on oej t.iiu days of l treat him i.s u knnvo mid deceiver, mid to bed. Still, ho Iho ytar bo stent his namo in all tho bariacks of l;iri." This threiit, which constantly fell from ho was exticniely punctilious in money matChoquart's li(H, was u remlubecuco of his ter?. Hosti'ii Com cr Translation fmui tho soldier life. Tho thought never Miggested French of Augusts VilUiuot. itself that nil upholsteicr might not cuio tho Mi on tint; nt the SIihIi's nrlit. jluglo of a bravs farthing whether hU namo r Tho shnU of I'ersin ii c l Hurnpo or not In all tho lnirack3 of were next April, nnd will visit nil of in" principal tho country. Ono fin afternoon In July cf that muio capitals, invitations having li"i ti ii''il Tails. year, Chuquai t took hold of my aim at tho Veheran fioui London, Tho shall is to trnvel ovciliuul, ns Ids ('Ignltj' Vnrictcs coiTeo liouso, and said; "Coino ulong w ith me, old loy ; I Imvo u will not penult him to cros tlio l'.ispinu sea small iii.itu-- which I really must clear up In n HusjIhu steamer. Tho 1'irslnn ling wan formerly pmnniount in theso wnteis, but it without fm titer lots of time." Wo took a road which led toward the Saint has seldom been seen in tho Caspian siuco a Martin q muter, mid, us wownlked along, tragical nlTair which recently ot'itiiiol nt Choquait eutored circumstiintiiilly into tho llacku. Tho shah's yacht was tnleiing tho particulars of tho case, Tho upholsterer's hm bor with tho l'nrslnn flag fljiu .when n duy of reckoning had ni rived, ami Choqunrt hot was flietl fiom tho fort, wlin.i struck Tho l'eiluii .ipt.ifu was bent on lludlng out whether his foiiner tho water nrur her, Turk hiul paid tho funeial dinft indorsed six thought ho was being saluted by t'w and pursued his course; but presentlj mouths previously by hM wife, "If," toliloqulml Choipjiiit, "tho rogue U tlneonioro sh(ts canio in inpid (till alive, I'll cut oil both his enif, you know fach ono in moro dangerous proxiuiit)' to tho vessel, wherewith ho hauled down tho ling, I'm jlMitled in so doing, nm I lint;" "Of courso you nro, my denr fellow, lint, l'ho Kiissiausnio iiioi'bidly tennciou.s on sucli lot mo nslc, tho thing occur! ed long ugo, (xiints in eastern waters, but this uimiifesta-'io- n of real was regarded as ill timed at St. didu't it, and In tho carnival season I And ugniu, whnt did the fellow do to wan nut suuh Tetershurg, tho obnoxious vessel liclng n l yacht, and it Is said that tho shah was roj-aa feud?" "What did ho do, the Jllalnl Just listen i i cninged that ho caused his luckless head to bo chopped off. Ltjadon Truth. I was at n masked ball run! I'll tell you. fjlven nt tho Ileiinis.nnce thentic. I walked Uussia will celebrate, on Oct. 30, tho flf tioth iuto tlio greenroom in my dress suit. I nm her ipsro of limb, as jcu enn see, Suddenly uinivcrrnry of the otciiiiig of 17,000 first Tliocountrj'hasnow tnila of a 'furl, stopped diiwtly in front of mo nnd ban led out; 'HnlliM, fhein fjocN thw Knt Ul nillroud. r - Thrn mlloii to namo find to fame! Tlii-fvnro" nr worth fit tlio lot Ono Umcli f tlito wet llttli', wnrm ltlo mouth With lt llp nRnliwt my lirrnit. Alkv Williams llmtlurtoii In Tl Century. .1pa, for tlioJ'nt Oxl' Kvfry-Ixxlroniiil nt tills willy. 1 'wis ilonnriclit Ho I tnmio up vcxnl, ns you miiy supos to lilin mill Mild: 'My merry friend, nt noon yon bIiiiII bo a (lend mnnP " "Hu won In tlio wroiifj, certainly," 1 pleaded, "to iiisiiiunto bo invidious acompailsou a thin limn liko you nnd a fat ox; l.nt" Ilntor-In- i; Wo Imd lencheil oiirilcstinntloii. le-tni-- 3IUSLC HATH CHAKMS TO SHAPELY AND EASILY pxhasis irfi rr"irTiTTilTVifmATin-1rirY'i- DRAW THE A THE SOUL AWAY FROM WORLD'S WICKEDNESS. tliuhliop, vu cnmti uii M. Hullii, tlio Theory of Muslo ns ft Moral I'ort-p-. I!nPt of MuIo In tho Ilomp Two Young Ciillpfjliitps Tlio lilln of thn City. Is "' K)lih.-.l.teel- lt 1 - in1l Kl 'tl - -- thor-pk-ifli- , I Cho-qun- tt, ilt-e- p gt fr-x- 'l . :.- i ltn nsr-ur- o m-- ril witcr to prevent than to punish It Among tho many worthy schemes crime. for the prevention of crime, surh as tho Wnlfu' Mltsiou, Nuwslioys' Home, Homo for tho l'Viendless, Foundlings' Home, etc., music has Ik1!! moro or lesa utlllzeil, but has nover licen trentisl ns n remedy in nnd of itself. It Is easj1 to show how it may bo mndo uvj of as n sopurnto factor In the moral disenso of our lxxly ohtio : First, then, idleness nnd vice nro closer related than overty nnd vice, for, us Kincrson says, "n man's daily task Is his salvation," nnd n busy poor man is less liable to temptation than a rich idler. It is to occupy tho attention of thoo who nro by force of circumstances or choscu idlo that tho government should exert itself. The Roman rulers recognized this principle nud gladiatorial contests, great sham sea lights and festivals were nrrnngod toniunvi tho ople. Huropenti carry out the same plan in dlllereilt form". Hands of music parndn regularly and plaj in tlio oH'ii sipmres of all tho large and many minll cities of tho coutluent, for the nstuto monnrchs well know that tho people forget their misery and jioverty In the tho music, nnd nt tho fume tiino u pntnotic feeling is nwakened bj military It may lie too fotup and national hymns. much to say that Germany completed Franco with "Die Wacht nm Uhein," but no one can tell what might hiuooocuried if tho French soldiers could hnvo hnd o new vigorous pntri otic song to Imvo marched to bnttlo with as Ah turulj' as the patriotic did the Hermans. st'Uli.uent should be cultivated, so turo is it that music should ln en oiirng'sl. llut it is of inu-l- o In the homo, ut the llieside, that ono should chiefly fqi'ak, for tho hearthstone Is the nurs-r- v of the nation, tho crndlo of honor or vice. Here Is a family whoo parents do not sing or play nuy iustiumeiit; their children grow up, and tho mduinry games nro hoii worn out. A neighlxiring fnliKjn has a duo tmrrcl organ: here thej congregate ns Or sumo neiglilKir's loy often as has n mouth organ; they will crowd around him, follow him, und, charmed out of mischief, vt i.l nm tunny mi innocent hour In ns pine delight M n oet over dreamed of. Hut they hnvo no music "at home," nnd when they can't pick up somo few itinerant strains thej iwtiii kIhmiI, soon jx'tty thieve, und in turn, ait in nt the Ilridowell ami join the army at the jienitentinry. Another family pictuie lit th snine strata of I., ii i I ..i;, . tiio liiait, u. iiiuUhm ,ifi; learned to sing n little, unl though tho voico never knew tho meaning of that mjtterious lihrnse, "voice building," Jet sho could sing Snihlin tunes, u few comic songs, mid o lialla.l or two liko "Wny Down L's.n the Suwaneo lliver." After sup'rmid an Simdnjs the childre'i, and now and then a neighbor cnildruu, gather arouud and mo led through tho mazes of "Virginia Heel," "Fishers' Horiipi," or some. "Carnival of Venieo'' with variation, while tho mother's voico sounds swetter to the little ones than l'attl's ns sho slugs her fnvontc song or lends in some hymn, liko "Rock of Ages Cleft for Mc," in vhich all ciui join. These children ijend their evenings mo.tly at home. Boon the olde-- t learns to piny n flute, nnd bj- - great economy n cabinet orgnn i provided for the ister, so that it family orchestra is finally established, ami tho j curs roll arouud whilo these bents expand in harmony and tho naves of f. niptatfo is t in vain against enjoj-iiit-uttif mu-tere- sl 1 1: Ix-a- Iluud of Country Cllrls mill thn Kind ol film c tlipy Wear flint cs for Men. find New York ladies' hands!"' "Ilowdo "Coiiipnratlvely small," said the girl at tlrt glove counter. "They average 6JJ nnd but of course thero are exceptions. Why, just before jou came in I spent nearly three quarters of nn hour tugging and pulling ntu No. (1 glove trying to get It on nliunil that needed n "4. Tho woman was a socletj' leader, mid her diamonds would make mo well, liappj' enough to lenvo hero nnd get never mind -- lint," and sho blushed. "Sho mny have vtotn n 0 five years ago, but sho bus no usofnr Gs now. Whnt she wanted was obsitis IHAf i li imwrrn-ityni- T ll Hl-- Ijr.l M'ROBERTS HA, & STAGG, fl, & FB&& ASSESS asSHES I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and fi:-- w lint was the other clns'' "Oh, yes. They nro tho countrj' gfrls. Yon smile, Usrnue jou think of inrge, coarse, nsl bauds, smelling of butter and milk. Tho girls do hate a lefieshing look, nnd smell of tho country, and I'd rather wait on 100 of them, KiturntVd ns they nro with nature's perfumes, woman washed in lily of thin on one tho valley. Honest, I would. 00111110' girls' hnnds nro small and white as imj' society girl's w ho never did 11 stroke of work in her life. I cnuiiot explain it, and I am not going to try, only it Is n fact. There's 11 funny thing nliout them, too. Their hnnds ore shas'ly nnd easily fitted with gloves. As a usual thing they wnnt plain, bright colors, such ns tun, j'ellow, blue or dark green; tho blighter the Utter for them. Tho soch'tj girl wants something rechcicho like 'liilgr.oiietbVptlttj-,- ' 'ashes of roses,' 'wood tints,' 'moonlx'tim' nnd nil neutral tints. Tiicj must hnvo a glove to match eierj ono cf "And Silverware, many years' experience, Having seenrdths services of 0 F. KENT, a jirac .rnl Watchmaker with til work will ba done with neatness and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles at d Eye Glasses to suit the eye. HZimfcag5iiiraamiifciBxcBB M to w if tTTs flLX iV G '3 their dri'ssi-s."And how n!out men J" "Well, they me charming. I don't snj that Men nlwaj's coino In and give th"lr numlier, sjij what color they want and don't take up any time at all Usually l!.ej tike some shade of tan or plain black. A great ninny iron w ho arc fastidious without it Mug known always wear black gloves. Tiny know the secret thnt n black glove Hbvnys makes tho hand hik smaller. Sikingof blnek reminds mo that mourning style in glotos change ns often, almost, as it Some years ngo it was the does in dresiws kid for deer, stylo t. wine a black dress-emourning, nnd now Hip soirmt is softened kids in blm I; A liy wearing uiiiln-swI know ery well, befnuso tho huts nil her gloves here, liouKht six jiairsof mnuniing gloves when her iet dog died, Inst spring. Thnt mnj sound iionwnicnl, but it is tlio truth nevertheless. For full dri-- chalk white and cream and ivai I nro the real ton slm let, nnd nh, j'ps 1 pause near forgetting the dude. I don't J "ling men, but real limn athletic dude, who talk like Imbles and li p. Thej' nrw jtisl too funny anything. They come in mid look over n Imx or two ,f glov, stretch the kill iw!un on tho them to mm. li t iiNini, ninl 1 i.,'c iimi tin in ad; me to let the glut e bt gns light. Oh, they're them up to nil nm ts of tricks, tho dudes irfe." tired liKiklng shop girl sighed, bnisheil Ihipk her biiiwn Inngtrj' mid Like the K)llcuiauV, tho went to liiiicn. glote clukV lot is not .1 happy one. Hello Archer in New York Star. lwcau' I'm n woman. o in 9p t- -j met ti x CD x 5 B d I iimlrtl i o to n n a. 11 P MrrHTi-- a ! lng, wmms ririi n 1a. o. rxtpim'ey', MliltCII.iXT TAII.OB, I hnTf. A Mtlit nt Mucliiiils'. Deputj Coroner Johnston was sworn and deKod: "Ijist night nlout retl'wl ftn.l (till rcelTlnj your honor, I was standing in the door of tho morgue when a man enmo through Dunbar idle). Ho was liaro hendisl, his nose was bletsliug, nnd ho was nil covensl with sawdust. "Hello I' I said; 'you're in pretty bad luck. What's the matter with youf " 'Oh. notliin',' he said; 'I've just been over 11 o"cl(x.k, New Goods for Fall and "Winter, bet In the nsrket, hlch wli Dp in Stylo and Mako Sooond to None Gotten 4JIt Mv I'rlHl. Cnmprltiog ttu -- u It ty or Conn' r 7 ' 1 den-ive- s mlvoi-snry'- s , o-- inqioi-taiici.- this foitrt-M- i of music. Tlie ait' pictures among the poor. Among tho lieh it is worw, liecnuso tho llfo Is more Take tho career of two young complex. men sent to collego at tho sfimo age. One hail Niieiits who King lu church, had their childnu Illg at lionn mid eteu had them in pimio plajiug (to U sure, tho teacher was a oor girl, whom they from a feeling of chanty; nnd her Instrui'tloii was very mild). The other didn't like inii-i- c, endured it only nt church as a s iioeeMnrj' evil, taught his boy that all The fli'st one were fools, or worse, oU wluleil nwnv his spare hours nt col Ipso with piano pl.t) ing, joined tho glee club mid tool; t in ide in his muic as an accomplishment. He fumes Lome, ninl tho fiist th.ng after settling down Ins mother finds In it i nt the piano Ho gois to singing soino college ;iiigs. .'liuivli ns much for tho music u- tho sermon, ninl joins m the hymns; is ou good terms with the organist, uiltivntis tho lllanl:, tlio pianist, of I'liife mil Dually Jnin an muntcur musical club, . where ho spends one night eneli week musl-clan- to Magmuis'.' "About three minutes later nnother man catno Into tho nllej limping budlj. One of his eyes was swollen dreadfully and his cheek was you lilood)-- . ia: a. t-s.xj- v "'Well.' f' 1 asked, 'what irliccinau clublnsl WEAKEN t "A thliil lnnn appeared pretty soon, looking like n total wreck. Somelnvly had stepjied on th" lingers of his left hnnd. They wero nil lirok. 11 and ilaugliug like so many sausages. "'Ah,' said I, 'what's hupxmod to you!' "'Not iiiiieh in KiiticuInr. I've just loan over to Muginnis'.' "I went lnide, your honor, nnd presently I ivtveivtd n face hs ring tlirough tho window of the morgue from tlw mitsido. It was the woit buiigt'ii up face I ever siiw. Tho forehead wns stimuli and gorj the ejes wero mere Unci, mi mounds of discolored llesh, nnd the iq wire like two slices of cnnta!miK'. All bis front woio knocked out nnd bkKul uu ditppmg down on his shirt front. "'Well,' I snid, going to the door, 'what do jou want, my fiieiidf h "So Kilii'fiuau, jouug feller,' he answered; Tto just Iwen over to Maginnis'.' ft MENEFEE, IwSr"1 Vcp--lI- SC "'I'm hiking for the recoiing hospital.' "'IVeu over to Mugilinis'f1 I inquired. " 'Mtuiiinis' lie daslnsl,' snid lie; "I'm rcgu-Intly- , - r, plu-niu- tiip-crlt"- a ii!-,- 1 r litis-linn- s, with n His uuisclo is the lils'ial hand in giimblm largest in hi class Hi- knows all tho bet st piw lighters and fastest horses inrsmeii. in the country. Upon his art ival at homo tlio 'lub Iioum or tho kk1 iiKini is his first care, and then the races and the companionship of fust iik u. It is but one step moro to the com- piuionslilp of questionable chiractcrs, and if this young mail docs not turn up i:i tlio some morning under nn iisitimoit name it will lie rtrnngoor owing to stinginess or n siKH'inl providence. There are hundreds mid thousands of idle men in n city lik Chicago. Is it uit letter to occupy their thoughts with music thnn to leave them to brood over their misfortunes and rub tho itch of their iioor opinions until they lifetime scabs on tho bodj' jwlitic A .ity band of iniiilc jKufoiimug each daj- - in n public place would draw to it many who would otherwise b in mischief, and it woul.l pay to engngo thirty or foity men bj the )onr to pluy regularly every daj. We hire a small ninij' of tueti to keep filth and gm lingo fiom accumulation in our strceta. Is not the ticcumulntiou cf mental ninl moral garbago just as dangerous Tho puid and inspiring effect of n gooil band of music will act as a disinfectant, purifying the condition of mental depravity as no other medium can. Again, scoies of men tiro engaged m tvnutifyingour parks und drives, which tho jioor cannot enjoy because they are so fnr uway. If the money of tho can thus lo ued t j paj for flowers to delight the icnso of sight of rich people, who own carriages, can it not be justly appropriated to buy music for tho poor? It is time our peoplo legan to think of thet-- things, and consider if it is not as wiso to amuse tho poor as to entertain tho rich; if it is not wiser to prevent than to punish crime. Chicago Herald. The other 1 U- - is n gol spoitsninn, Ma- ginnis hill's. If.' Yes," afllrmed Mr. Johnson, "I rtcognizn tho piisonei's in the dock as tho four men. I presume the gentlemen met later mid resumed the discussion." Decision reset ved, Snu Francisco A llnby at 11 iliitluep. er-so- j- tax-paye- A baby entertained n Wednesday matinee nildlenco at n HuKidwiiy theativ. Tho play had failed, und fewer than 11 hundred were there to see it. Tho had accepted the verdict of rejection Iry tho public, nnd weio disjio.sed to giigund gnj. Tho one comedian in tho comum) who had Ixvn able to make any fun with his role was incapacitated by illness, nud had to lieomitted much of the time. It was it doleful occasion. A farce witii hardly r.ny audience to laugh nt it is exceeded in gloom only by ono which cannot provoko 11 suiilo on ono out of a hundred faces No mental baiomter could have measured tho depression of spirits in tho audi'oiiiini, but it wn.i, nevertheless, much When it was nt less thei e than on tho stage. its worst 1111 infant oscuied from its jiossihly sluniliering mother, toddled loiiesonudydowii tho aide, steadied itself ut tho orchertra rail, got its llr.--t iui ression of thunder right from the blaring mouth of a big bugle, and fell backwmd with u wail of horror. The roar of laughter atoumled tho actor who happened to be at tho footlights. Nothing like thnt had liceu beard thut week in tho house. Ho looked dow 11 nnd saw tho cause of tho merriment. "Come up hero, llttlo one," ho said, "wo need you." New York Sun, Tim Salmon Held In Aversion. Tho fishermen in Scotland declare thnt tho salmon's tail is pointed "since Lokl liecnmo it salmon, mid was caught by that npendugo while slipping through a net set for him by tho god." Curious to say, in some parts of Scotland the salmon is held In great aversion, its name not even being mentioned. Thus in certain districts it is known ns the fish," and In others ns "tho bent." Chicago News. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve , hides is larger and more complete thanf ever.'be-forefrom the cheapest to the best. All ol work guaranteed s rpprcscii ol. Prices to Sash-Blind- s, suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or iiiaiiiilacturor and tor ns iittio money. Come and see our line assortment before it, is broken. .1. H.GJtKKX.AKt., HiiHloiif Me, Ky. WEAREN & MEN E FEE. Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) and Tosas (Cinoinnati New OrloanB Paolflo Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, 87. KKA1 DOWN. TlTTl NitMlUTIL UKAD Av, 1. STATIONS. Ml. ti. Dully. 6 I'l p m 3 19 I in : p in 9 5J p iu J IU Ii i Ul. Hu.b. Dally. I'p u 15 p tu 00 p 10 a ho 7 i 7 . n.illj-- Dallr Ex. Bun HoM. Nu. 5. Pally. DallT. Ex. riun .'KAlMnMUKTll. Nn 2. Uu. I. Dally. - 03 p ui 9 00 n iii 7 W ,i in L'To...Clnclnott....A,rT I n ii mi Ii (U ii iii ..LcxltiKtoa ')s n .., 1 Junction City iu in M '5 a ui I 05 p m 9 lUp w -...OabWle 3 15pm G Jiu in CtOaiu I ....... Koycc ... 65 a in t 4 6 1! p ui 10 S5 am! C o os a in 3 3 10 p in 5 'JO a ui I S a iu li ii ' 9 SO p Li ' ,. In it Hotel Lobby. A man nho spent three, hours the other day in tho lobby of tho l'almer house, Chicago, gives tlio following statistics nliout tho people w ho came in during tiiat time: Ono legged men1" ho caino in, IT; ono nrined men, IS; Ar'v A'rr ...Atlanta II 15a 4 OOiiiiitl llipiu Lrt blrmlDKbam., 8 12 a Tujialuoia C 30 p iii 12 IS a ui ...Akron., ...York .L'rn 3 30a lOOam.A'rr .Merldl-- n UOtMiui A rr ... L're, Mcililu.i . 9 15am ...I 6 00 p m L'Tf .X'lultar.ootja. Ai't.. C!iittanoOaM..iYTe m m iu 9 1'O 'rr a in .1. SOOp u n 3 30 a ui I'QhUi ',., ui 10 30 p m!. 3 00 p Mi 10 00 ft 15 4 0 10 OS i '.'.'.'.Z'."!"1 m 3 30 a m n' rail-"ikii- I. men who woio glav.es-- 10; men who woro mustaches, 10d; men who woro full beards, 69; men who had nohair on their fuces, 78; men who woio Prince Allieits, VU); men who didn't, 100; men who went into tho bur, 110; men who cimo in and Kit down nnd said noth'ng, and then got up nnd went out, ISO, Now York Tribune. I Is Will 1. nv Injurious',' T.ist walking, it is claimed, is injurious (r tlio completion. It ptitnis the blood into tho head, nnd diss nuri to ruin the i'uglish nnd Keoteli I'omolexloiK than nil other jnfliieneei combined, for the Hnglih and Sfotth women walk more )'' ,.,', 9 3 a I 30 a . a ... II 00 a t vo p fe (i 15 p mlArr. ui' A'it. New Orlrani.l.'re , Mrriuiaa a rv in ra L'e Jnckiou . . .A rv to L're Vlianburg in I.'re Monroe ire 8l0 . ui .... .. . p IU p IA, p m .. . 8hrTPiort a in d no a m .. .. Manii liouJoIr JJuRet tile-pl- u,: Cars oimll throiuii train. I! COI.I.MIt - ! thi.ti Americano, Chi- I JOHN C OAUI.T, Ocn'l Mainjcr, N, f.fu'l I'll A rnso TuiK-k- . rimml ICni .AhlUIllW Tiiil -, Oitct- la. ,t., 8t. Itiilliiit. V,et I'ourin ( uu- mu.hi. U i"i, LvrA UMIBiHPWl WaWWH To the Kdttor WIWIWWI The OUest Mult Yet Heard From. ot the Interior Jouraal.-- 1W W '. HWM MWW I WILLIS HOUSE, J. WILLIS, Propriotor. Tirr-1- 1 pnvwa,, rT.UVvWA 1'nbtlnheit Ttiemlaua aiut Frlitnuu -- AT Sja lEll A.IVIVUM., CASH. ex- It andentooJ If we credit that JJ.S0 will bo pected and demanded. W. P. WALTON. The corner-stone be erected to christian gentlemen, Oen. Robert K Lee, was In Id at Richmond, Vit., last wetk, with Imposing ceremonies and amid an ardor of cnthus'inpiu thit even the rain could not dampen. Prominent Con federates from all p:irtn of the Sjulh were present and the military and civic to be rememberparade wan one lon ed. Like Washington's, the mine of Lee will always lire in the hearts of his grateful countrymen and be reverenced by all admirers of true mtnhood, nad while it needs no monument to perpetuate it, it is very fitting and appropriate thit he should howlbe thus honored. The bloody-shi- rt ers will profess to see treason in this nwk of respect to the Cjafrtlenc's rmteu soldier, but none but the craven and cowardly can urge an objection to this dispUy of reverence and affection to the grtn leit min of his to of the iMonnment that Brand eoliller nnd day. Ir is charged in Liuisrille that Mr. Avery, who is running on the republican What Democracy Means. ticket for msyor, voted (or Cleveund and of llie It means a striot cjnstriiotion did not vote either for WiUdo for Congress or Bradley for governor. We wjuld infer Constitution; a construction whioh wilt from thi), however, thit Mr. Averr i a maintain tne supremacy of Hie central gov ernment tn national atl'iirs, ttie runt of th pretty good man, all the same. State in local affairs and the right of the Bourbon Coo.vrv is in pretty gool fix. individual everywhere. 8he has $17,009 in her treuury and the It means that the public lauds shall be levy for this year is onlr 7 cents on the kept for actual settler; Hint the crest our 1100, the loweU in the Stttte. poratton shall he hel to the letter ol their contracts, and be allow. i ivt grant that NEWSY NOTES. they have failed to earn. Ben Butler says tnat Hon. Henry B In the pursuance of t hi- policy more Lovering, democratic nominee for Governor than one hundrel lUillm acre of Ian i of Massachusetts, will be elected. nt or have been restored to uitiers The governor of Louisiana has ordered prospective. out the State troop to quell distutbinces Democracy menan ecmiraioal govern among striking plantation employes on the raent; the application of I'm surplus to tie Teche. payment of the debt s it uitturei, and tne Mr. James H. Surber and Miss Mollie abolilhn of all iliiiiecs-H-tr- r taxatiitn. McCormack, of Junction City, were mir In oarrytug out tnis pilmr tha dtmi'xsrs ried in this city Thursday at high noon. -- ic pany has paid m ire than $200 000,000 o' Advocate. the public debt; it has reduced expenditure A Western farmer who fed 500 bushels in every deputmsnt, and it uads ready, i of wheat to his hogs, calculates that it not obstructed by an alii no- - between 'he yielded him J 1.03 per bushel in gross pork, republican party and Mr Ktndall, to reat $5 per cwt. duce taxation $100,000,000 aoniially The President has contributed 51,000 Under the administration of pnh;ic a) to the New York democratic campaign fairs by the democratic pnr, Star Km' fund; Dan Lamont, 52i0, and Secretary ring-"- whisky riugs, UnJ grubbers' rirj, Whitney, $2,500. and Indian rings ar iinko iwn. Business Dr. Albert Covington, the well-kjwn methods prevail in all deptrtmeot', and physician, died at Bjwling Qreen la-- t week prosperity prevails thr iiijio it all our lur aged SO. He wis the father of Cm ders. mett G. Logan, Eiq. The democratic adminUiraiion hai re E'der Cibb, the eloq'ieat precier, is enslaved not a flinjl ner ; it has des.lt having crowded houses to hear him nightly more eaeromly, iod mor-jis- il wuh. the at the Christian church, and up to date soldiers than has any of ph predecesirs there have baen 32 additions Carlisle The pension office is con in d with skill, Mercury. and all applications are promptly adjured Judge Raines, county judge, A. R. Partisan uoistlention havs no Inn.'er any Clark, county attorney, and J. F. McBeatb, influence in this department, Hnd each ap school commissioner, were each allowed ptication rests on its own msrits $400 by the court of claims Tuesday. Under a democratic adcii'iMraiifin we Newp, are building a nav; ships of iht m ii mod W. II. Crawford, a prominent stock ern and of the m t approvn i puinMH are breeder from Chicago, has purchaeJ the under construc'.ion und the ooutractor's stock faimof 200 acrei from Dr. E Parker, ring is uo longer a power in this depart three miles from Lexington, on the Win ment. cheater pike, for $21,000. Tne fear of a disputed presidency bas At the sale of George Ashurst, yester- been reuioed by an act ot h democratic day, the farm of 117 acres was ao!d to Qe i Cmgress regulating trie co'ititint' of the Jones, of Millersburg, for $100 per acre. electoral vote, and b another ac a demoCorn sold at $2.6'i per birrel in the shock; cratic Congress tins eeltled the ucceiun horses $75 to $100; cows $20 to $30; calm will to the Presi,1iicy s tint in bcoi $S to $12. Paris News thwart the expressed will of the people The great revival meeting among the Tne worst abuses of our civil pervioe h.tve heathen of the Congo, in Africa, still con- been rooteJ out. Cabmet olficers no I inuer tinues. According to latest reports more usepublie patrinage to further p'rsont' than 1,000 haye publicly professed faith in ambition. Firced assessments for S'ato or Christ at Banza Manteka 8tation, of whom National elections are no longer tolerated from 800 to 900 are adults. -- Public OpinCorruption funds can no I in.'er be obtained ion. by the methods which prevailed during tie Pete Gentry and Miss Minnie Todd, entire period of republiaao admiriistration. ged respectively 17 and 10, eloped from This is much to accomplish duui; ili'ee Madison, and although a brother of the yearr; is a record of it iii'ellienl adminisgirl followed in hot ruste with a wurrmi tration and of patriotic endeavor seldom for the would be groom, charging him with eurpassid in the tnstirv uf pir'y govern abduction, they managed to beat him to ment. Much reanins vet tn do, hut ihe Aberdeen, where they were legally united. past is the guartniee of future pr ur-"Wm. Moreland sold 70 plain ewes at The President and hu party may no' full? $2 GO per bead. J. C. Caldwell has bought understand each other lo all m titers of several hundred head of cattle for, fattenbut on all c iuiiuii lnu' issms thsy are ing, 1,150 to 1,250 pounds weight, in this in most hearty acoord. he has and surrounding counties at prices from $3 had parly s ipport,tlie Prist lent hts he'i to $3.10 per head. T. M. McFerran has able to fulfill the promises oontamei in the Bold his farm of 110 acres on Carpenter's party platform. In Congress there are but creek, Caey county) to Wm. Meyers, Jr., two organizitions; the Mugwump is fiere for $3,000, one third cash. Mr, McFerran unknown. In all nis effrt to raform the will move to Russll Springs to live JWake-fiel- administration, to improve the civil serMoreland A Co , sold 31 feeding cat vice, to protect the treasury, to ave the tie weighing l.ObO pounds to Tom Foster navy, to maintain the rights of the Am ti nt $3.10. Advocate. can citizen and the honor of the American (lag, the President has had the euppirt of Some idea of the magnitude of the West- tlie democratic party an the oppodttO'i ol ern Union telegraph system may be ob- the republicans. tained from the statement that in 1SSG the Above all other causes lor thanksgiving company had in actual operation 480,000 is this; the return of the i icratic pir v miles of wires, or sufficient to extend two tothecontrol of public off urs. Courier lines from the earth to the moon, and used Journal, for stringing theso wires 150,000 poles, The superintendent of tne Schuy lkill which, if stood end on end would form a pole long enough to pass completely thro' Valley Division of the Reading road has is the earth's centre and stick out above the sued an order forbidding th emp'oyes of surface on both sides. Even with the mil. the company, whether on or off duty, to lions of dollars neceuaiy to complete this drink liquor, and directing that any man stupendous worn, the profits for that year who is reported to haye been seen drinking to the Western Union foot up the snug sum eyen a single glars of beer or string liquor shall be instantly dismissed This is a gu id of $3,03G,2S2.-Lonisv- ille Commercial. precedent for other railway companies, and The beat evidence of the merits of G (in- wiH, if faithtully carried out. be nuspicioua ter's Chicken Cholera Cure is, when once alike for the railway employes, the stockupexl, it is ever sought for afterwards. Sold holders and the general public National and warranted by McRoberts & Stagg.i t Temperance Advocate. 1 pr-sen in-la- w -ut (In-ta- il, d, 1 I notice in vnur paper the mention of a B. Stafford, (Va.) mule, said to be 61 years ThIiIo . Kirago. Ami clean a r.d well rtirnlslie.! rimma, till Hotel old, which looks rather unreasonable to HimmI AtiMliwI, hai no auerlur, imiili' fnoYALt:u:.jJi some, but I inclose a cabinet pinjograph, 2 which I caugh' on the bnks of Bj river, here in Floyd county, of Mrs Nancy llonaker, or "Aunt Nancy and tbo old Stif eMf to WhIImv A I'm brAti, mule," as we call them here. 513 4th St, Louisville, '.. an extensive hisThe old mule has quite tory of his travels before ami since he late THE GENTS' FURNISHER war, but his war record is aiil t be espec AMIAUIiMMIHI Mth ially inti resting. Mrs. II maker gives me l M 1 VPDLtrx UI'MHS V age at 73 years and the mule, she her and so do other old inhabitmrs her, is very well known to htve b;e'i a resident uf & W& -this State a little over 60 years, and how rm. srtM'ntin, long he resided in Old Virginu before ho I hsve of moved here no ono now knows. Well Drillers anil Pump Adjusters. ten since I haye been at mis placis mei Sffeli IM le I tn out r ami p h u .c fi rm t Aunt Nancy ridin out on tne mule, O ce tillHlirr prim. vi c WW .U3 she went to where her son in law, Mr. Lmr H U was getting out tiuibr, 18 miles awav, over these roti'h mountain regions. The old animal also service as a buguy Hmil i H'5vl3vl V 5" i fi'i?-- . mule and I bslieve from tne jet up an 1 go Thlsi powlnr tier r vsrlri A inarT. I ol purtt) lilt IIMUMI KIMICKt, trnKtb ami wholeonipnp. Mur. etienilp along he has in him that he will be n than th iinlluiirT ktod, nl cn nut soli useful mule at ill cloe of Cleveland's -QO'OSfnipjln in nil styles anu S1Z"S. .tilmlrir wetgiit urn or i.n.imhv. r"" l liorai BuKihH INwik ' . second term ;n President of the United nm. I... mw vr Pictures In Indira Ink Crnyon ami tefl Htrwt. N w, I only State. Kj mote it be Water Colors. consume your valiuble tltu wun t'i" old M ita at Ntw teal4'i In Vr ti, 411 irf ia mule in order to let vou nv that while k. i'im.'.m IWt ly Ptlw. bragi on tht Uni working the rtl'Ki.KON OiCSIIr, i)it. w ti qualities of its miller, the ui xin ains oan kmiiirkY PrANroao, of theirs brag on tue ti le beeping q'ilniOlhtw NHihMtin, two lxvr lftt M. at It it t rtt -IKS rtert. li ii I it ,' U C. Oakonkk. Laynksvim.e, Ky., Oat. 24. -- Deau 8m. SM!P WOOD WALLACE,! Furniture, ljgcQ:W .5. "w j - . - J Cases, Gaskets, Robes. Fulland Oomploho Stock of the above and pric as low as tho lowest.. B. TIT. OTTBAK KflT. Stanford. $ K tii I " u. a. iuj.u;.m:T Kin c., -t i wJ FURNITURE .fl.tkrK IIITFI-MIAX- . SriX)RE Propriotor. ! doe-floo- liiJ Absolutely Pure. 1 M,,,N,imia' i i I i zzmffitaM fi , J& " ni' blue-grat- s imi: n an, mhWrwW VtoSPWitt' i - -- r'"?"7r w 1 JISWKW F r Jb; irn,ne .." .4LV- -. '1 ? rv f.M 1. i pwivr. 33st3Ct5r A IJImMi-iCril ! J". Yoiirlhit; Csine to my Isrm aliout the middle, of annual OTnensn net aim ny pylt fornnl" notir ami b rd Jt II 'U.I .HI. t II', It. r tValout Flat. ;75 tt Sit tr. I. i., . .' 'viaaKw iic . . ISl-'r- I l in M lur Mini ufiiMl- l) Im ..ln.j I rim iiil'ri'ilifrV ! .Imi-mI li i I111111I lull In tUv I ;imI- !! 11 llh - , Mini lirui'prli'i'M 1j Iimr iv 'lum ma nu h'I''I Mn- loi w ll Im i lowa-Ki- Icirmm-l- i 1 - '"I . i"'-- 3 " Florence Washing Maohinu. !l the rlntat I" to fwinUh M'iDioeaad am now ail "ho way lab 10 aara thnr clutnM fr..i tht) U pr uca.d 1111 Idea th iuhbluaud tariu4 and try Ittuand U coavmf.al, ahlos rktooe boul lniyla am you ualaa ? I'll 001 w luily atl tedaa tulu tuarlt 1 hat bought the rpri - KUwoo-NVaabtD- Iwi u inuwit ativM, n iluw .toin'ai rtSlk. ihh 'r.i I m 1. nd 1., 4ntbattn dalniauivtr !..,-Oa loa ' itj llaailquarlttr .11. t n r iii.m,f ai.ra To tli H Cttizoa of Ltuooln Ooun'y: 01 r pjhwim? nt loan Ha rfiu iiih . wi -- S H.FOX, naa ii ii.i sa k k. Iw plrturn guar-tw- lt."VVM.I.fv, KY. t from PauiuKrautiiMlilesii' r an! la iiucuxlt tlie punliu 1S1 ' hli - - i)illllo( oppo-Ir prep.r nan &,iiltlactlua 10 l. Livery, Training, Feed, AM) SALE STABLE ! Ii ami ana "a a t ha im thai w ar.- I u. vi.oia 11 may arHit,iif you' wn.-a- i andp'lcornlor and all' al- ' i ih-'art m.rhol ! ili.iiii.iirT nMhlnfy .o.iari tii aioai drpar-n-ii- i mo-- l a id tn u'l any "ai pvrauo by any o'hr Mill l cuiiMrt mi 11 a iritl Ip ui fl "ir an t In a lc 0 if Una nMi itar innt. v la I nr train In lor .al .rill ptwiarcJ) ai Mil, a Mara our a. ut bI01R1I I ail Una a, lb Ih rau 01 fill In 4 a. 4 ahtp 'u pdcatoraaM ' S aloik II'. .V. i,'t. U Sttnlord RdWr Mil. lo. pat-- IbrloKin M.cil rd Ita(air, ' rqual I qiiipy lh v mi' ai .ui I nan. t - .rm . f oulpov I a ( inrrn II" inmprl r ilia it - l'h - latr any i Hollar Mil' M '. i ili ,i lo ai. 1 ttalMi fr - " x. - i - J yMmmm& Hi- - ilii'i iT ' ,r Oi.s -- S HTtn ranted th "U'i.!. prvarcd to train and iir-a- t Couutv .iuri d.iy Icruta i. ! mi rtiwl joiA it. rleiitrKwmt,Ky. staoio d, 1 h'lrwa Ipt O t l'- - UE v , ui , .1 FUL -- . - ir-.- 't, I id nawoabir aw ... r , . -- v. . , 'I-'- : ii. i ii II r'. i: .iTi, ..ol i. nt. It. ul by JSLaiircIiasiii At'iic.v! : !iS w'J t.z-- f to,:.';:!T Uiw " . J:wai! wm. iraaa. JA- - . MISS SALLIE HARRISON, Pormarlrot Sit'.fnfl, ha, oiwdw) a Purcha-ln- j Aeurjt riucl' ut ai d all or lara 10 br at lit? pcraooal and pr mpt Wat MO atrt, wl'l rcl atinitlon. Sim will niaka a aw.cilty ot ltm ihit, but will recxlve ontHia for Furaltara, Carpel, awl In fact rarytmiu on. ruiild iah Tm patroUMaot Ilia lallua ol tan aectln nap (tally 1 1 ". V S l"trt"'i b AYRES& GIVEN-- , ! .Si.lar, '.IV k I ..I JCFJXKZ5ZZ2IZ23tZnS 1 t9 . . eMaa5ine r I ATTORNEYS AT LAW til fifth "irM-l im a BwreTr B'S liuiuruiii ,1. t . I.. ptt-- " ' aolicuwi. un'im Hoa. R i i.i-i'I .. H' - i 4'. V iVi.ul Vil-t- l a ' M . " It (amdafiy opnoln au l(XOt lino of Sprla suuiuiar JtiiluiT, , in ludlng hII a OH The Latest NuVtfUias of a ilai Alao NotloQa, uc Ku uiu( C.r.dta, Culi dunn-moia- llnSdison. . n ;, ,1 ir."-lm.- $3.50 Or Mil fliSF.E FIFTY). v . MtaTtx. M.v.x.b,.r J, T n t'o' I 'i Ti' rri a A frii-i..- l hhi an .11 Pan' A i iiit.Mu n. al '.l . t i( lliOjdiual ln,i:iui UUU j , ityara d r to Wtrfriu, . Huxi-- , -- ie I Vaar-iu- d V UKTviMMi,"l'i'' HI, ft oast li-l- m Ii tl'H IH low itiu.a. ajf lull " t It I Administrator's Hnn TUiSSDAY-33 , Ai Ail uinUt'at.ir ol 'i IV KIok. ilaca.l, I will kvil on tlie pivinla a I milaa norm ol Crab Or- enard, on ilia Laucaitor pik, ou .i , c. ,:jfi'. f ' fii-jr-- ami! , Hl f'rltir.m 1'hC'llf l.'ir MimM 3lmgm- n ,,. HoOitriO', ni'ti.lu Ii'lnff a n tn ctJrr fi.lr n. h Maiv h i ;li nr lo ii t"trn ll.iiali ilrd t n.tx r. anil in i, ri i ii ii, lil' fai n i an. .IP'1. ti.i.Ui' ( pain ma a'., of t.K. " I tmr innrr ao'inra f' I),"r)''!t'.' ! M I'" V II ' I' t !' ntttl' :ho ,ii'.i'a tl'Hi'i ?" "ili III" ! 1WJ Iht.lu t n.n l.nr"- -' u ''in . ... ' ' " aTTHATUi Tiy ,.-.- . t' - fcalt vraliiLrtilaST ', nr?.5!lt. fl '..Til M A ! .tti ra. NHS" f i ulall uofibri.lil bu Inlvii lo ma. minr " In Mr inanufarmra ol lo'iai 11 ri.r.m-wtllb- nl ur u.'o.u. f. . Vf w lw . inan t dvaoirafMr ai an. ntiou too .r Aaiural f uf kaniuik.'k o,a limilm yii i r y mll fa' r. a'.d aaklli hf a cifu I.uallon ofymr Ira i. hVav wrfmnun '" . i , 'In l(. nr" trin ,1IC i JMO III. I'. Kt . .. nil iu t 'lanrfk ir fkllKl Mil, I'"" 'l.n tinu n im t hop a no. ou I.USil.. to uaia. in iaf IM.1 a si'Ecino rou WOMAN'S H ISEASES nlllflll I fT-- i. tk-- .' cep3g? 'stum a r.TLTKgrcsz5a a ;.i it ri . A- - fi:itiil.s. ant il All iiiinreaarit J rofna Payrunly a in' Jn- - rrrtjnlar h i ENSTRUATION book "TlKaaAnk or OIJTHLY SICKNESS. .tm r- NOViSMBSltS. 1837, 2 itlltoh I i. j ,V,,d IIr..--s- V.w't mi1 ti ' !! - -- allirtDyind 'ii If Ulc-- n - llie HIAMiK OV I r m'l ! no olrna. boal extrjjiK)) fMkllnic rattlu, covti, I vxira brnnl uiara In to. I Of Walkar'a year ouck cnioi, JliiiK'T Mamlirliio : Sinn, in,' cuim; tuiul-- a; om I pair work 10 col la by falleulo hi.K'; ot of aos an plga; S "I biittla nf ern; IU bualia.a ah 111 on,, 6 aucki of hay; 1 o M il,u-iri!- lain, .axllVi i . v pulin-- IVii'si'i t.i.. l. c - c t- - i.'nc.-I- t '. .... tinuii tivr im th In ad ' TO nf. tf WoUtN." intiUnl frw 1" id.-l Y nd f oi rraat llKAprum Iltoi'LiTon Co., Atlanta, Oa. ' AMD BY Ylr il l; un prliimi W. J ui. 'ija l ma a' T l i. l.r." ! t, y m-- WCILv AnUCCMKNT - i T)'5 COM:-IE- 1 ot'iaMi i a Kr 9 " AHTEEuO CHICKEN ahocka of fodder, utunalla, Ac iM) waaua, Ixijy, , farioiim Interior ' Jura! at $3 50 Per Tear. JPOI7 iiuproTotnt - 2F?-OJOLt. Tho Farm of TbreoITundrod Acre3 With a So. 1 nmw mm 'SIlM'-ritaa- Fine FuniLsliiiigs, Underwear, llobjory, Glovas, 0-trl Cholera Cure aR ! Dwalll will tm u 1 ivuil 'loiiao aril a'l for the rut naory U-i- ,' Unlit'.' from . Tksms.ni ul 10 a id unlar, caab In luud that amouui ni'ri-- t ul alx mootlii, 1 well Mi urai, payajlB Iu Farjiara Nawllli boo tional Hunk, Stanford, Ky 2i-td V. Ii IXU, Ad mr. lirr All flhortwitau .. Emi, Wwt rbH Routhwirtt. Fast l.lne Kilwwii LventuoVy to nil Pmat Quiokeu Evdte for;h Pino Custom Shirts, MY dl'i.c'IAlIY, and 'l.iln. lib PUBLIC SALE MILL & STORE elirfkail to ai Through tlcklf and railioad. teallnatton reai hmt h on any aant or tr Kor lull rll ulara, call lae PROPERTY oil '""hVIi'mOKHK. (lan.Paaa. Igeiit, Covlnitt i. Kt II. E. HUNIOTDN' II. A.KKPI.KV frav. Pata. Altenl, WritK - I will sell at public aurtlon Thursday, I tht premises, on Novombor 17th, 1S87, (lenerai mil taw CoTtnitton Ky. ltelver. Lexington, M'P VERNON, KYi well-Iv 5tf!i&e:tii2: vr. -- wK 86 i' ajwr, doing a K'luil bna-Ine- n I 'mine hiiJ In Kno-- niiinliiK nidar. A lif 1 b ilidiuij, 2Slu fwl. atory frame Jlwrilln,: six room, nail i p atalrs aud duvij; two atatrw.iya, xoo'l cliirrn at n.ai door Two rtno-meIIoiuhi, g rfood l'ruie d rn, wltn 'lanlliu for H Ikm'I ol lmr n, orn Crib lor IW0 bariolaai Corn and other bill Id I i iiu Hire UiiTUlfni. 1, Acrm 01 l.mi t, more . r Ima wlui The above pioperly Is worthy tht mtmtlim of buyer', an 1 am delanulned lo nail, ipi nlli or low, as 1 liuro lulereiti In Carnal itut dHuiaiid my lui median-attention- . 1'or furtier painouUi,, oall on the owner, who will he lound at liouie on Friday and Saturday of oath week, or ad Iru.s UVIIKI. ,fc Jttlll.UAV, Haw Mill atucl-od- The follow ui; '!m illml real "Uto, tlluatial on thn Norlu i oiln I'urK ol !,iU Itlvir, 1! uillw. Irom Uravcl ri inn nuiluu, on tun Knoxvlllv Krancli ot tho I.. A N U. It , la MaMon Con ty, Ky t'lie I jnroTemenl-arc- : fJrlat and I'laurl' M II, with A V'J 'ory , "tfYfiRi HUT ,. :.... t ii'jwn Hotel Ii (till mall Thltold Mid MIijIiik Ita Que repuiallun C'hiirxe reaionabb hfitlal attention to Ihe tr.tTPllns public. .11. '. SKWtO fill. Pro'r. Ml Vcruoti, K) rtore a. BuunaiDS. .iu Old and Tiiffl' Woll-Knuv- v i.o i. iilslii-i- l LorvnoN, ky. F.B.RILEY, Propriotor. Thdroiiiclilv Iti'iimiili'il Mini ltrn-- . lliriiiiuliiinl riral.'luss I'n r mill ruitsiiiiiililn irlri llii.v mill nlulil fnliis lire iiii'l liy pulllo I'nrliTia ul Mils 207. Fun lioptilitr lliiltMti, ' yt Iof.tJ St111 ftlmntainu Reputation. AXU ' Alio a lbauun, Ky. Stockof Merchandise at Private 8a e Will Invoice between 55,000 and Jfi.OOO; or wll, ((partite the atock to suit purchaser, tondittuu made known ou day ot sale. .Sale will uoimuenoe atlocloek. .1. IKtlW r, II. Uravald witch. Ky. J. C. OtArnnooK, Auctioneer. ;7.3t ltd Proprietor iu Detorrainetl t'.- it Snail bo Second to no Coantrr llotol i ths State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attnn tion to Comfort cf of dollars won1, it hiikcns die every year from li ra It is more fatal to chicki ms ' ill other diseaes combined l' diw o very of a remedy that u mfs it has leen made, and to W-- ') inced of its efficacy only rcijinn tri.il A Iwttle is t'noi'jili It is ,;i one hundred chickens .tnteed If, after tiling lv o tliin' bottle, the buyer is not thorn 4' itisfu'd with it as a cure for ( 'hu kt n ('holer 1. return it to the iindirs nmd md "nr moncv will be refunded . fi 1 Thousands I'oraaleby McKolierta A HIbuk Slmilotil WALTON'S OPERA KY. HOUSE, sjfVtiQi'a'aolaait ffaaljf r. I c.u,. 8triur lull " your II their Quoit HTAMhOKD, In liar Bane will he conveyed to and froia the frer of rharite. Kperlal arrsmmndiitlor. (0 C'onimereUI Irsvelera. The liar will fcluaji anppllcil with tee choloeil brands of Ll'inen and Clan r a. WaVLTOlt BROS. Hire of - - Proprioto8 fjpjj Ml 4 n! Stag. IOiM, Klijht tomnleto seU of Srcn ry. Halln; oaputlty, InrludtcK ifallery, Mn bltioLsnqaliln rater to cood attractions. VlETlCitl:lC. 17 iba VI, ma ,o 1 ci ntliter, a' 1,, an. In wary t !iAl,-i.ai- t MU.rtklKti A I.I.I, Alcilt I i.lrai, Ha.l'jfT ' j, llicla-- . icina ty iniik ., laliriwmiiiih it . vAClnolnnail.SMpR X, f Sollbr rrv;(itti.