You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887110401 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. A Semi VOL. XVI. nni-Mcc- iittetiot gonnuii - TP- STVNFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBKIl i, 1887: PERSONAL. f of 1 NO. 278. u & f Miwt 'esiralile vinel'i-mran ied goods M. Hour Wlllmni ami Mint Minnie, ilanuh-terTheeoal famine I rodlclod urKn u'. Many MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Hanker dayrn, were married in Islington, of our rltUont haTe had t goto lied to keep warm. -- On anii !iw. U. A Cos arrived ,c- - "' '' K SV,,I,n,lll . TiiMtUy. 1 la too 1)1 1, we can't help ountlrea. butltseem The agency andtelegraph office at Pine Hill terday. I . D. flooth aiht MIm Did you ceo the crowd- - at Power' Great A little (,'Irl of Lucy Collier's, a colored woman Sinh Wihun were has been closed. Mpw Annus Whay in visiting friends Hir.-iiH ore nil Imt wee? y are 18 anl li years of ago living in that human hlro known ai the Ark, In Th UuhIimjbh Mfinntrar. -- Gran Prke Is telling his frionds ol a hi. O. WAIrONi line rintlTely, wan Imrned lo death on Monday. Tho boy at his house. in Lebanon. W A,Al)AM4tia hpn ippoinled Mr. Iliamss ChiHll,ot the Kiat Kti'l, a child wa alone and it a dress caught Ore, causing J. Vf. Klrby, who has been running ,the bark 0. il. Kodrh, , of Dtnville, in ami Mrs. Mohle dlngleton, a ffctty youug its death intantlr business at Llvlngstou since last spring, has it' (Weenwo mI, Puliaki ponnly, uml I'llK Suprema Ciurl of the 1'nited Hutes moved court. widow, were marrlnl Welneclay, his store to his homo on Skaggs Creek. ILiZZird, Whitley oiiuuty, ban liven diuou of hint denied the writ of error in Ilio NEWSY NOTES. Dii O. II lc:KoiiBiiw,of Liberty, ii The Baptist are now holding a protracted Uniied HELIOIOUS. the Cnicsgo anarchists and union (lov. with lii pHrciitt John IV. (ieir-e- , a retired Laxln ?ton banker, meeting at this pb.ee after tho Christian and Yjik Actjuiiriuui 0r, with a Methodists closed their series of revivals. shall aliuse his pardon perroga-tie- , Tiik N is dead. Mls JtM.U IIkkiinh went to Lexirik" At Carlisle Chriaiian church, the meet-- It Is a notleeable fact in many Thero hare Ixen tl& cases of yellow fever and will awiug ton to iit reUtivHH ve'terdny tliH rxl hand I murderers lot ii' nnaien, uinnHerH, birdu and tllrllew ing of two weeka' and two daya' Instances that tluration SI deaths at Tampi. Fla. those whoaroablost financially to take the papers next Friday, as tliny mIioiiIiI have dono long llo.v. John V. Vkhk w, the liriuht-- et wan hero ?e'terUy and look in many n cloned niu'ht before laxt with 57 addition, Hon. Keene I'rlchard, an eminent'lawyer and aro the last to subscribe and the first to borrow. dime from thn ciirioux. decision i very lengthy and cov go. The republir.mi in the district, wan here Frank Itlchuund, charged with kukbixiti. Elder A. P. Cobb, ol Decatur, III., doinj; politician, died at his home In Catlettaburg. . discharged at his trial ers every point niind fully inil lnoi ! t Tu end y. . ll. llallard, Jr., a lawyer, at Wlldle, Saturday formerly of 1'arU Kenluckian. the preanhim.'. Tin: wnrkuien are Keiiini; the creamery lur lack of prosecution,, no witness, appearing ShelbyTllle, Ky., dropped dead at Hutchison. Mil. ANN Mui. S. l iruiil h takr t i fin One point is especially that It .lauiei Iter. buildini: in tiBpe for tho planlni; mill, charge of J. Hiptial lian nioed to I'arn and token Kaa. agslcst him. the which mys In etisct tnl inie'lijoii a)'! en rooiiMin the Onler building oer hin church there. William Minlafrom confused at Waterloo, la., -- Two young men at the which, Mr. A C. Smelelh lie, will be in -- ThocuntrllMillon to the Moody Tubermcle that he smothered Christian Hemtno with tbubed a scul!!e Tuesday evening, Wlldlo.qutrry got into Im no Im to jury service, ami "tint altim' drily etore. when a pistol droppid Hind In Ixiuli llli up In dale amount to l, operation within two wpk . clothes while they slept together. -- Mii. M. J. Mim.kk and Mm. A from the pocket of one and fired, shooting 0. i juror m ay have forma I an opinion (moil -I- Uts. It. it. Maliony and A. V. firaTea will tin n UUixon Atberton, of Ohio, other through the knee. npn rumor or upin iii piper statements, LoTell.nf Ml Vernon, nre KUmtn of Mre. TllKHhopofH O J ihti'nu wan entered a protmcud itjiotlriK at Millcrthuri; on tbe lucsme suddenly Inmtie while argulnrf a case In -- Tbe branches and creeks lu portions ol our by tim window WdniKilay niifht and rob- 8th. hut lias eipreH i ii) opinion a to the J J WilliaoiH court nt Newark, that Mate, Friday. county are r.slng and running, jet there The I'rethyterlari Hynnd of Kentucky hating hare Somebody pnttoned tho supjier gisen at a been ho rains Mui Duncan, who Imk bed of neiw and oil boo" anil xhoe lo the truth, lie is xlill i ilnivl as a jrtror if lie lo cause It. The most venerable detennlnnl to ratw IIOOKKlaa a lucinnrlxl fund danre at Delhi, La., ant of those who partook, " been Ti"itinit Mrn. It r. Warren, rHiuriiMi value of 110 nr more resident can not account for lt. He think .atM that tin cm fairly Ami impartially that he lor Central rnlic'Blly, Mr. A. J. Aloxander, of died at once and 20 came near doing so. -- Writs have been Issued for the render a verdict thereon in aooordtnce with to liiliitfille baa a dtle to the thief. arrest ol five or Woodburn Htook farm, In WooJtord tounty, liaa A crazy Clniinnati wo nan threw her baby out six persons who Imbibed pine top and disturbed -- Mm I'. K. Wii.ton and Mi-- h Kgrml toglvc ti.Uixi II (M),bO0 le ralwd, or Mi'iie the law itnil the evidence, and the tnurt a of window and then leaped after it. public worship at Flat itock church on ilrush robif 1100, (K)0 fKillcl. rxton p'd Mre. Wiilum ICoTton. in Kn.M Emhiiy, the little neyro wlioIy"iiin-i-vilfche was killed Instantly, but the child will lire. shall lis aatisttsl ol thn truth ol siieh slate Cretlc Two nave been apprehended. bed Mm tKii'toth'ce, wh taken to the le The receipts ol the Korernment lor October -- That eagle that Maud Mullim was rti- ilnil of'tha writ and the ei a .icil Huh week. (Nrrrird, went." LAND, STQtU reported to li) amounted to 81,801,172 and the expenditures to be In possession ot, jail Wedne-di- y niirht by a U S. measurlug teu feet from tip to KKV.STiiOTiirnt'ooic and wife, of Mr most ihjii tiiiti of the ciniUinru' I will hut l2,lil,ai. The decrease of the public debt for tip, turns out to be an old gray horse named - I) M Cress nold lo Col. J. M. Cowan marxhal. Ilix extuiiuini; trial will occur lu salutary ell id on the gr.iatng dupjxitiun of cer, are here, vixitini! bin eitHr, Aunt llet-- y October Is S16.K11,i,j5, bonorof tnat glorious bird, the American tomorrow. If it were lawful it would ho 6 mule colts foi i'M). emblem I over f irniguers and other to in irder nn Xviu, and other relative'. The town ol Lamont. Mo., containing about of liberty. much better if be could he threnhed within K. B. At E. I'. Woods sold to Ofntry 800 inhabitants, was nearly destroyed by Are -- Cait. J. V. Komk -S- imeon Denny, (J the (Jreen-bur- i; rule the laws mill thn day thxt sees Minn the Level Green an inch of hi life- ami pertnittol to k'O and Bros . o Lexington, a tine mule lor $175. Tuitday, all thn business part and a dozen residen who is to give a big dinner on Nov. centenarian, 8th, his lOUlh swinging will he in aopioi)U on far the llruiiub, waa up '1'ueittT mi went with a ces being consumed, birthday, walked over to bis ton Elh.,h'. -- Foil Sai.k. -- One car load of ain no more exlr fat p.itly to Dniville to nonfer aoiue hih Ma wflole country. They are pretty unanimous for tbe Carolina day, to attend au , Ua Those who think we ir hiettini; out our mu'e-- 15J hinds high. .1 Alex Doty, Knoxvllle A Western railroad at Knoxvllle. The did a hand's work during the day onic decree and took his I'll ilex (or the next week ir so wilt Oe I'oint Leavull, tlarrard county. proposition to subscribe SIOO.OOO to It only disclos- share of the old Kentucky Mil. L It. (iiw:s-- t Mt To'tenlay for l'pef "ii a hand pre nince we chipped our when pased ol grest mouieiit. Elections will occur in ed II opjxwlng votes. A T Nunnelley bought ol Boh McAl hie way. ''' cylinder and the new one ha not 'trriv HUler, Mo , wIimn h unee tn n-- i territory t nio, New York, Virginia -- K. B. bmltb, our .fBilent police An explosion occurred at the packinghouses and Maryland 'Her 'J5 (at liogs at cents; of John Mill, r of Judge and a for the Florence Mmhitie. We ,'i "f" ifret niitkn It would he the Atlantic Dynamite Works at McCalnsville. rising young lawyer, has receive.! the appointment m! the result li of more tnan usual interly impoxihle fur tix to work oil our edi. 15 anl ol Joe I'sxtou lio of same kind at N J., by which four workmen wieli hi in ureat mrrtr. wtre killed and on the recommendation ot Hon. James B. est leoatle it lit thought it will foreshadow same price. f we sesen others wounded, Mil. J. II. Vanikwk, nn excellent lion in that priiniuve mole, e.ven ol a mall agency run over the K. C. road H great degree result in 1SSS. Of y tlie M Joel Euihry, of Madi-oShelby, chawd with the horrible murt bought ol Irom Cincinnati to 1 Ivlngston at a salary hail such a A Mmllereite ateim unit; business man anil a very deter of JI.200 der and roblx-rot Mr s. Monre, In Ilallard counls;r year. Mr. a. ft for Cincinnati Sunday night roiiro Ohio will go republican, hut giH)d will leave in a few days lo take a piess, wiucli e alwHV. keep no hand to James D.idderar a b inch of 1,150 pjunl ty, was held without bill and spirited oil to an- to take his run. news csiBies from Nest York, where it l position in a dnu store at Ash Drove, Mo us in nse of itc'tilent, does our work now, leedtra at :i and ol sim a hunch ol 1 000 other couuty to keop a mob from giving him his J. K. McClary, for many years a shining legal lii the democratic Hlale ticket will be I I! deserts. light at this bar, has advertised his household Tub Liberie Meosxv in menlinnint; a little slower, hot w net there all the renin Ctllle at cent. Kilty Tenels aro reported to be ashore at Norelmledhj lolHNIor 2,(N)0. A. O. Coll'ey hoiu'ht of Jacob Smith same livestock, etc. for sale on Nov. 12, with the the return of Mi liM Wcrurmey to Ken folk, Va., raused by a serere storm which visited 103 acres of land intention of setting to a warmer climate. He has rurnersville. at ll FlKK. -- A little HfcKNKu'H thanksgiving prorlam-lin- n liickv xajs: "ller superior intellect and noon yesterday Oov. that section on eunday aud Monday last. Many ol been sorely allllcted with rheumatism for 50 and -- old io Jajiex 1" Martin IS acres them are total reck. the last is model of brevity and polnlwlnw, magnetic manner won her ho-l- x of Ir.enda ihero'fofMr Jim ICI llntie's riilence three years and cannot longer stand the rigors ot The Farm ra' Alliance In T .is baa adopted a near it fir $750 ml 11 acres to W S W'tr on Linctsier street wa dic ivered lo he in recommending Merely that the pxople Kentucky winters. ho lament her deparfue." resulutioii that Its ninuliers will buy no more cof ren for S2r)0. Tho railroad company has lately added a numKenlirky olnervr. Ihtirsdtv, N ivember '2 Ml ait Al.it.-KfiiANKi, daughter of lltmex and the alarm being xounded half of fee till the piirels rediiied to 12!$ tents per poand Dwjer Bros, woo S$l,'.! (i ber of large, new coal cars of CO.OOO lbs. with their great and capacity ilny el spirt b th I'reOilenl "in Hie Mr. J. W Euhaukx. her friends will be the people in town were soon tiere w. irking rails on all 'alsir orgsnlsatlons to help them thi rater, lUnotiT, this seaion. He wou ' This is rather a blc Increase in th h.n.. in their fight against moiopoly. in which ennlt ilitllviiliUi uiar ileeui clid to letrn. wi a'jle to rile out a few like beavers lo save Mie furniture ami the 21 races, citiiner ty of cars since 1872 when 10,000 pounds was conKugene Ashton, ot Flemlngshurg, diet sud. adjoining property. Neirly everything of days since, after Cattle are s.ow ayddull In (.ouLvllle at lii to sidered a oontined in her bed uioit fitting, to nckmwlltfi) the hiiiiihe and when one wa loaded hearl-e- r denly In Philadelphia. the excess weight was charged up at double value wis gotten out in the usual rough I; bos are rliiu and Ml rwJIIj at 3 to l.'iO, ahnp lo Washington aud New Ilxli.d necomesometime which hae been eilenileii by the heneli-eeticbv aicknejxs lor two yesrs or more. York and quite a s rates. "The world do move" and so do manner and it being evident t .at the house are tlsw at to :t'4. society man and was going ol the Hupreme Jini." ?ulro John Audenon, who has dccldwl to are strong evidences that heto bo an actor. There the cars. v ens could not be savid, n i ed in wts in tde in more to Texas, will tell bl ttock and other local suicided. a o'clock Wednesday night an At A .TUKi: Kl'll'ltll tiauimt l.inilraui h - Hy tbe explosion of gasoline In a tenement alarm from direction. F inun on the 15th, His court-hous- e the win I was 111 tailed our citizens to the cast Hlii bri;ains in n luiforts, lilinkelx, that liotie In St. Louis, ..ccupied hy three families, 17 prifrrml reriuux charge aainxt ilupter -- Wakefield, Morolaml A Co , of Paaville, dellT. low and blowing from the west si that no prrons were killed hy tbe falling walls or burned eudof town hue James Frater'a email, vacant, el'takx, shawls, warm iipderwnar, overcoats, Wood, which if they can be lirsel ol 1,IM0 was discovered to be on fire. It was other properly wtxinoon endinger-- d. tho' end to rattlu atllraun, 'hia wh t, iH hekdW. Lee, ol to death by the fire that ensued. Miss Hattle soon se siuod extinguished. otlyhl lo loxx him hlx place aa oollrctnr of and in fact everything the people need at a ila aud Ml letlvn lo I:. Coal oil had been thrown bryant, ol Columbus, Ky ., on a visit there, escap-d- , constantly I.3IXI Hund wrlijbt. at J1;. treui of water was " against the back end of the house and tho Second District. It is aaiil, however, !' iwers' lireal Itarain stnre after Horrible smlerlng. fifi. Afagtinst tne Watts liutlilnig ind the dwell aiullh A Andera. lsmgnt 1.40J buahula ol ter the elapse of 30 minutes and the excitement Chauncey Depew has been talking about had that l.andraui la an unreliable, disappoint-ii- l Vf. H. I'realtt Ala. sitm (ail in dry wtmther. Tnree in; of Or II cker kepi sec ore with wet wheat yenterday at 11 subsided a second alarm was given and a secCleveland's luck, and suag'sts that, II Frankle fellow, who'ciunot silxlain hix ohart," frosts are generally lollusred hy falling ol hua to Cioilnuatl Ttnterday lilled a The fi fii. ht from bUnkete and ctrp-ishould present her husband with a son and heir, ond blaze was discovered at his dwelling house.. . whlih tost I lent, a ex. the baby's phMograph would lie a campaign pic- One end of the building bad been dashed with weaihttr, lull four heavy ones unite the eluve, upon which dinner wis being ture, bibs and caps would decorate transparencies coal oil and fired. But a short time was required t o subdue the names. No suspicion as to Jknnib l.lMi, the Swmlixh utk'htinirale, Ibis wrek and there is still no stkMi ol the cooksd and even the stove, hot as it was, whom and soothing sjmp would Income the democratic LONDON, LAURcL OQUNTT. tbe Incendiary is. was removed with its smoking victual by who forty yetr ao ued to hold aiidienr-x;w- ll titucti n reded rain. beverage, C. W Adans left for Kansas ued men City Monday on DuliA' Uncle Jdem." do the so I ami the filming from the Al rnlHione, a Cblcngo seaman, Is tbe thoos-l- y leiiind with hr iiilchle' voice, died A bor-- e driven by Missi-- s ICuima linker a visit. Before leaving he showod his usual good known survivor of the propeller Vernon, I. st on the ilesrUL'lion was very slow rt ml there dance act tuiely, though? W'ednexday, ajeil 6X. It has been more judgmen t by ordering the I. J. sent to bis address. with them lop ann Mary ilorton ran -Ijke Michigan last Friday night. Affr remain-ln- g was plenty of lime for eflectiv. work "i) yeirx mv she appeared before an while Mr were Iweniyone appiictnt for pensions F. U. lleppert, tpiclal pension thnn en rout to Dmville on Tuesday, for 60 hour on a raft, excised lo a bitter cold examiner, and wire, tieiore th hoard of uiedictl adviser Bruce wis on bis 'arm and did not erriye Wednesday. audience, dunn whlah time she has lived lnd ard without food, Stone was rescued by the of Cincinnati, aie visiting relatives In this counthe vehicle, but Inrtuiialely the ty. A. M. linker, one ol the proprietors of the He tells us that he till after all was Over K veil rt Smith have remndeled rne schooner Pomcroy, soiold and weak as to be alloUIcliuiidt. young ladle- - esnsped iininjureil. iiletly and happily as Mrs Barbourville Acu-- , was here Tuesday. K. H. had but $s00 insurance on the house, in the room o' t.is old clerk' otlitfe and occupy it most helpless. Mentx, travelling audltorol tbe JUAN., paid his Tlllirr. of the condemned anarchists, A siater Ismlne prevails In Christian county. as a law i tlice. K C will make a round trip rate to .litna, $300 on his smoke-'inti-Till; wl iuu wis Hut little rain has fallen thero since the first of respect to this office this week. William Is LliU'tr, Fisflher and Kneel, boldly proclaim Cii'CiiUMti of Si h lo, beisinninc on the Tih not burned hut torn down, and $'iM on hi 'raiue in hi ft itln has ciuiuVted a nice May and tho springs, rivers, cisterns and wells are low with typhoid fever and other cases areFalln reportcitiageoti the fittshurg road, one that lliey xrjtit liberty or death and will and en.linir on Hie 12. h, tickets wood till furniMire ed. JlmMtrrlckis alter the 'shlnors in Jackson. II ith of the Utter polirie are hnll mile (r- m l.ond' n. ab ut all dried up rne people are becoming unW. O. Adams baa rented tho Ward farm near not accept a ooniuulUtinti of sentence. he loth, for all who wish to attend the in the V ton. ol 1'niUdelpliia. The easy. Families are coiupelltd to snd their washW. il. Jackson & Co., manufacturer huue They should he uiven death nn the day ing to Nashville and Louisville laundries, Several Maretburg and has taken possession. James Tay-lo- r, and venders of Dr ilundee'x patent tuedi and llirrett pxrfortuitices w hum 50 r 00 years ao and wts (juile treat llooth of Level Green, has been appointed a justice Ihhiikhx fiiel. The eouniry in tired ol the lone he )iis families who rind water indlspensablo for their rinex, did nn enorm in unsitfhtlv, hut ii cMiinot near be replac-- d of tbe peace Instead of C. D. Burnett, who has -- it) FlNK I'oHTHAirs seaton aud will put up a large laboratory purposes, send miles for II In addition to this, it nivoed the winlosrs of delay. West. fir itie msiirancs upon it. Mr. (Itrrieon anil tuanufai ore a "I place their remeditx tsaprohll.itlon county, so there Is absolutely Messrs .Siockton Willis, dnuists, on nothing to drink Hooker tells tH fiat nh mt ll' ago, 111 hII the Southern Siale. Tub job printers in New York struck for M OANHLLt, BOYLE COUNTY. tin street, are I" be seen three line life-sA very strange and per uli.tr bird was when a Uvcrn stood on the same comer nine hours work and ten hour pay and not CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. portraits in pastal of Mr W. M. LackJ. F. Montgomery and h'uim.i Patterson obraptured ner Alt iitiont las wpk. It was the proprietor, Mr. HhocUey, was burned only trot Lewi, but iXI or more were thrown tained marriage license on tbe 2d Inst. er, wife and eon, of Stanford. The work as larc a lare hen and would fig Mrs. Molllo Scott has bought a lot in Lextng-tlode on, having hren ciuglit by the II mi ex evervininL' it cam in contact with. J A It never entirely out o' employment. The Gilcher Hotel undor the management of cemetery and last Tuesday had Lt. Scott's rewas done by Mr. L. Schleiel, of this, place. when he we-i- t in to seek hi little child, Owens f nt il in h laxnl-ruxs- t piys to act the hni, llicuic I) it takes some mains removed there. She is talking of moving to Messrs. Kardlu and Green, is constancy Increaslo lo Rtuflpl Mr Schickel will fUichmouil Climax ing lu ipularity. whom he supposed wax within, but who wrwn i wil1 he p'sceil in Owen' natural that city to live. people alone time to find it on1. hare them on exhibition at his i;allery here had vowen nut unnoticed. Mr and Mr h "rv cn'leclinn KHas D. Ball, formerly of this countv, and Mis. Dr. Doores met with quite a painful acciO.VK of the Cleveland fur thieves, who next Tuesday, Sih.and ptrtlei tulerexiel in U'uce will reside dent it rtutly. As she was walking across the back who was sent u tbe penitentiary four years ago Oov ft pkner refil'ed 'n pardon Chs with Mr M tck (truce till Tneker. wl o wss senlenced for seven years iorcli her foot slipped throngh an opening in tbe from Mercer couuty for manslaughter, has been murdered a man in nttumptini; to reeClle Ur;e work will pleads, call and eximine. Inev otn in tic irhr arMm;xiiients floor, bruising oui of her limbs so severely that released, having served his time out. He was In at rur last 'f rni o' circuit court for ih one of his pils, has been sentenced to death, town Tuesday night oa bis way home. Ueseomed murder f fitint Nelson at East llrnitadt. she can siaricly walk at all. Cutcuir Couht. Tne motion for a new UAKHIAGES. the jury would to bo in had health, but is nearly blind. lie bet bis attorney a Dr. Peltus has presented a piano to his daughla"" iim ition was presenteil in Tucker' Martin Wllkerson came to town Wednesday find as it did and smiled when he saw that trial, made by the lawyere in the case behalf, hii n tnvprnnr said he would do ters, Miasm Ida and Maud. Mr, Joe Melrlu has WooimiN-CuoAt ti e residence of nnthte-tagainst Feland, wit overruled and the case he had been subbed four he had won. whn tho jnrv'a decision waa af moved to Mr John blavln's bouie near the depot, and complained that Octobor by James Luui and which was vacated by Mrs. C. C. Green. Mrs. H. times on tbe 21th of will co to the Court of Appeals, Alfred Mr. O J. Crow, nt 1 o'clock Wednexdiy, tinned bv snathor rourl F II, Tarrant, w ho went to Hlrmlngbam on a visit Al Jordou. He stated that the reason he had no t Tin: men un trial nt Morehcad for con- MuIIiiih, for attempting to rape Mrs. Eld. W , William united in mirriae ntPHAHH nOIINTY 0EPARTMFN1. sever! weeks ago, will not return here, as she has come sooner was thai his wounds bad detained spiring lo murder Judye Cole, were aciuil-te- d liltj'A was acquitted I'tieaJay. When he Mr Mnuliew Woodson and Miss Anna Mui at home. Luui and Jordau have lied. All opened a laardlug-housethat place. of J ml.se was Iried two years ago for Lnncn'. on the peremptory instructions mc Mr. Jack Fra the me ollenxe Crow Tin- - niteiitlanl The protracted meeting which Is being con- colored aud all belong lo tbe Weat End, .1 W. Uoyd 'old hU holism and lot on Mr. Bold, ol Hustonvlllo, who has charge of Martini, epeol! indue it) the case. There the jury stool eiht for acquittal and four zier.nl I.MllsTille, and Mux Alma iiayes, ducted at the Christian church by He v. J, (J. street to . M. Teofoek for 'SCI Wakefield A Bruco's 'bus line, has mado many Montgomery Is Increasing In interest, though no seems lo have been much cry and little for two to four years in thepduiteiititry. Cipl. J. fi. Hobbrt and Ml- - Mntlie Crow J. A. Hammond, of Hubble, Is the boss pro- confessions yet. Mr. Montgomery, who is liked frleads since coming to Danville. Mrs. Judge wool The cas of Miss Belle llu'.'hes against luiinedtitely after the eeremony the party duce man He keetu the H. A O. nprss buy by all denominations, Is a zealous, earnest advoBurden, formerly Miss Ella Harrison, aud wao lull re liisamil. Mor-t;a- n hi where Mr. and Mr OOV. (iOUUON, beside kls.ini! lien Dr. J. O Ctrpenter for alleged malprac-lic- e drove to Stanford, cate fur tho cause oM hrist uud preaches the truth lor several weeks past lias been tbe guest of Mrs. plenHunters repirt nuall "iri'e, but rabb'ts took In a plain, stralghtlorward, earnest manner. l.arge William Warren, has returned to her home In the train to Louisville in which she asks for $10,000 daunuefl, Woodson Miiaru in the nioiuli, seems lo have tiful There are plenty ot Kngllsh spirrows congregations greet Kansas City. Jotia 11. Nichols has returned Irom htm at night, but tho mornof himself generally dtirftii; his was called Wednesday hfiernuon, wheo spy thence to a vixit to hia parent in Hart around town hovoer. made a fool ing services am not so largely attended. The Hock castle. .laenli Joeih Is oil for Cincinnati In buy more lie oticht en jur .r were outlined before adjourn-men- ', county. The groom is a train dispatcher speechifying tour if meeting will continue until Sunday, and perhaps Gas has been struck at New Hope, in Nelson never lo h ve left hi (leorrfiu home. riiiscaxewax tried at the spring on the Knoxville Division of the L. & N now goods. The dry goida people reetn to bo doing longer. Misses Uettle Pcrriu, Jennie and I.lzile Hurt county, and the citizens arojubllant. big business In Lancaster this ilt. n is belli in high esteem by the ofliciala a term, I SstJ, of this court, when after four F. Albright bought of John Smith, a .lames Hlitrid.nf this county, ha ttought out a and Mr. D. S. Perrln, all of (l.urard, are visiting SlSCK the Western I'nlon t;obbleil up stallion, by Abdallab Messenger, torllSO, day and a night were consumed in tho les- - o( the roi i, as well a hy thia coiumuniiy bulcherahoi In Itnivllle ml will run it for all Mrs. Harrison Thunuau. Miss Helen Chestnut, it Ins raix the Ittltimote tt Ohio teltvnph tiuiony and speeches, the jury failed to in vlucli he It ti made hi home for several therlslnll. Jim Is a hustler ant gets then o( Kingston, Is the guest ol Miss Juda King. Mr. ed rales io that no mexxatse, nii;ht or day, y and Mrs. M. C. Ullliams, ol lit. Vernon, havo lima. l'ne bride is a highly accomplished agree. The pine I wa completed yester yeirs Tlie urindlt'c been visiting her parents, Mr. am! Mrs. W. F. KOhs fur Ima Until 'jr cents. -l- ira. II ('. Hrrln.0 P. II II and .1. K yu hi.' lady of winning msntiere and in her day morning and nt II o'clock itobert Mr. Will Hrooks Im gone to Kirks-Titremnreil auornrian tumor frn'ii a lady In Kendedy monopoly Mill oouliuue to isrind. Harding elated thh case for Mn Hughes no itlv tilUn,', tailiir-- tde suit ol gray Madison county last Saturday, weighing t',0 lbs, to attend school. Miss Ina Carter; of How. This Is to notify the public that wo will not per. KbntuckY will have liaiiKitii; today Tho jury is as follows: Monroe Curti, hrnd cloth she looked, a she alway dots, At last reports the patient was doing well, land, Is visiting Miss Maggie Davis. Mr. George mlt any hunting or any other trespassing on our I am glad lo tay that M. Y Warne' Ulllmus Carson has rot unit 4 to Missouri alter a lengthy farms, but wenill punish any person or persons i'he Intkui in JoUKNai. ex nt li'itniilou when Tuck Aeen will leave Thomns Honss, Too nas V iiihioier, C M. very lovely will remain with us next year. He and terser visit tu his old homo. Mr. John 8. Edmlstou has so trespassing to tbe fullextentol the law in by tho hemp route. Fully 1,000 more Jones, Leror Garner, it. 0 Bywaier, John te id to theui it MncereiH cougratiilition I'ltlmus will le in charge of Hamlet Brown at tho go e to lllrtnlngham, Ala. Mrs. C. C. Ureen, Mrs Nov. I, 1687. JAJMKN I'KVVLEfi. such murderers ought to be made lo do Bingauim, William Curtis, J. L Murphy, an I g iod wishes fnrmolM.il. (Mil, where they were kept Uat Atchtnsnn and Miss Mary Green leave this week 1 Bar-netO, ranoer, of near Nashville, year. Mr. fo Texas, where Kev C. C. Uruen has been tor likewise, D F. 11 tines, W H. Wright, O, Ii The publication day of the AVioi has been some time. Tbe good wishes of insny warm tlnughter of Oil. It. JSAJLjE! Tne couasel for the pUintill are r in,, anil Mist Thr ii h Louisiana district elected friends here go with them to their now homo. Mr F Bmh, were tinrriaJ at hia residence nt changed from Churiday to Friday. This will George Moore, is very ill with malarial fever. Mrs. Mexira. Jacob, Harding and Breckinridge, demncrat to fill the vacancy" in the Conthe live correspiiQdenta of our city to scoop Bottle Buchanan Is quite sick too. Having determined logo West, I will on my and for thn defend nt Welch A Hiulley, McKinney, Wednesday, bj Itsv. A.S, Mof-ett- . everything In the way of news In advance ol Bro place near Preacbersvllle, on tho Crab Orchard A gressional delegation for that Htate. Lancaster turrpike, sell to tbo highest bidder, on Mr El J. Titiiner and Mis Maggie Uijghes, Bradley, Paxton and Carpenter, ft has BR0DHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Tit p. reports of the fatal lllneaa of Jeffer been suggested that aa matter of an indeli Bibb, V. M Tinner aul Mm Nellie Walk, On Tuosday, Novombor 18, 1887, Thursday for Prof. J. M. Harbinson lett on The Women's Christian Aid Boclety will give All of my personal property, consisting of Washington, where he lake a place In the treassun I)iis at Macon, are, we are glad to cale nature will he investigated that the er wer the attetiltnti Ahitu au hour ury. Ho Ii aucceede J In hia school by Prof U red head a lunch supper this, Friday evening, at One com blued Horse 6 years old, 1 span of y, iinlrue. Horse sty ears old, 3 Mates, one yearling ladiea will find it m ire pleavint not to at- before the uiarriige an elegatit lunch wis Perry? I lie. Miss Jennie Faulkner Is still Academy. Ulll Edge" Filly, 2 Colls, 2 pairs work Mules, Mr. J. G. Frith Is erecting a handsome dwellI'ait Smith Iiiwin deserves the thanka tend the trial. Their presence hampera the served ami tli ceremoiy occurred just in first assistant. and i years old; 'J yearling Mules, one Jack, 2 yokes of work Cattle, 2 good milk Capt. T. A. Klklu's Arthur aims has come ing on Railroad street, opposite tbe saw mill, el our clti.xna fur hia promptness in aeod lawyers and retards the business of the time for the oiiple to lake the train fur store-rooLows, 3 Calves, 2tl bead ot No. 1 Southdown homo lame from his trainer, Vf . A. P.usscll, ol Martin A Perkins are building a new . I idie iiiL' an enisine up with a full tender of wa Mr. fanner ii a Ewes, 17 fat Hogs, 6 bows and 20 Pigs, 30 Shotcs, are at liberty their hoiua in I'ei'iei'-ncourt. Of course the corner of same street aud College avenue. Danville. Mr. Kussell writes thit he Is aatislled on tho 1 Itoad CJt,2 1 Surry, Wagons, 1 Ualsy lUaper, ter aud buckets and ropai for fighting the to do aa they please and we merely throw nephew of our Mr. K. L. Tanner and in a ho has ridden behind him at a thirty gait and was Mrs. Nannie Janett Is visiting In West Vir1 Walter A. Wood Mower, 1 Hay Hake, 1 Whoat Nu. 1 Set lire Blacksmith'! worthy aud wealthy farmer. His bride is a Jiut preparing hlmfor a trial ot speed when be ginia. News of the death of a little daughter of Drill I 1sorghum Mill, Furniture otOrgau, 1 Sewout this hint. I Touls, set or Parlor Dock Owens has Just reached us. The fuuera ing Machine, 120 Geese, Household aud Kitchen Nearly the whole o( the evening waa ron- - very excellent and htado ue young lady went a little lame. Mr. Kussell has a fine opinion Mr. Tiik l'aj;e Dramatic Company is the of little Uettle Simpson was preached at tbe ChrisFurniture, Farming Implements, 100 bushels of horse. He la a good one and no mistake. umed in the examination of Ml-- n Hughe", and their legioua of friend unite in wisl- i- of the Is worst lot of amateur we have ever aeen Wheat, 74 barrels otCoru and SO bushels Shelled It rumored that II. A. It. Marksbury, K. tian church on tbe 30th ult. Oats. Shackleford aud Owens aro holding a an invalid's chair and stood the , ing them long life and happiness. Hers. Their performance here waa not only thin, who sat in W. Harris, O. 3. Oreenleaf and I M. Lackey will All sums of 810 and under, cash In hand Bettie Q. Hurt, shortly emigrate to Alaska, They will probably protracted meeting at tho Christian church, They Tkms.that amount, a credit of il mouths on bond The charming M'i-over but eotne points of il too coiroe for any trying ordeal remarkably well. with approved security, bearing il per cent InIn the northern part of at present have 10 additions and the Interest Is The cae of Wright against the Cincin- who taught art at the College here last ses- locate at Kavlouaemut, hut a net;ro iniiislrol nudience. The whole terest Irom day of sale, note and security to be still Increasing. A protracted meeting will begin where the seal fishing Is fine given before property Is removed. nati Southern i still with the jury, which sion, will be married at her home in .Marl- that country Mr. Marksburv Is rather In favor and it the Baptist church next Sunday, undor the aliip'e crew should retire to Borne eiues of lurs plenty. Sale will bog In promptly at lu o'clock. on, Ga to Mr, W. F. Molton, of Birmingtered epot and leiru to act before they ap- teems to be badly hung. JOUX AMF.IlSOX. Nlgalek, on the Arctic coast, as he thinks a man management of the Itev. Pike, who Is quite a 1378-t11. T. Bush, Auctioneer, revivalist. ham, next Tuesday, The grand jury i etiil indicting them. could do well there In tbe coal business. pear before a decant assembly. Interior $oariwl . 1 ld pout-unet- c' . be-g- . SIO,-W- three-stor- y - k.. K. dew-dro- p 'hin o-- tr. 1 Ks-a- uen-tlem- uii'-huir- n-- ar ln-i- n car-lo- t-nt e 1 first-clas- ui tlr store-hou- k-- pt rar-lo- de iuiid.-Daii- tl!e Advo-late- nj -- e. - j-- ars ue or cir w Ulch-mon- .l I O-ii- 1 ct-r- Kin-nalr- le 2Postc3L. t. -- l'ri, le XUKr,I ol coin-bln- td & ul v 4mmm0wmtm MMMM1MM TUK NATIVE AMERICAN. THE CROW RESERVATION AND THE INHABITANTS THEREOF. Civilization of the. Noble Kctl Man of "Itliiuket" IiiiUium I'onjr tlio anil Hag I'lucklng Out tlio Iloiinl. Clillilren iinil Song. Nothing so molds n savage Into n civilized itato ns tlio necessity of making a living in civilized ways, f hero nre no otlier ways for liim now. Tlio buffalo nxo gone from tho plain, tho elk from tho mountains. Tliiru U the grass 110 wiM Riass for UN pony sine upon tho i oervatlon. Beforo the nilvanco of railroads and civilization ho has yioldvd year by year, till tlwio is now no inoro for him to yield to civilization but himself. Ho j Kids stubbornly; ho does not like tho white man's Among 2,000 Absaracas who have ways. with tho whites for a fought ami generation not 100 apeak Kngliidi, Mid when they are tiniglit it in tho mjIiooU they diidnln to seak it once they aro in the camp again. The blanket is Inseparable from tho idea of the wild Indian. It is tho emblem of savagery. Induce him to lay usiile tho blanket and replace it with coat and jKiiitaloons nnJ ho U civilized. This is so true that they aro clashed as civilized Indians mid blanket about tho Indians. The bliiukrt is body, brought mi over tho head and nil tho face, ouvi pid except tho eyes. If he is induced t" work, ho holds tho folds of tho blaukit in tlio left hand and uses the ax or hoo with the ii,;ut. With the mnii!v tho blanket serves a double putpoo; it is dress for herself and cradlo for tho Kiooe. A dexterous folding of it forms n punch upon tho back and in this tilt papoose ndts, peering bifeule its mother's head as she ti ots along. "Tho earth is our mother; in plow the ground is to scratch her skm, to Ul? ditches U to wound her losom, to open mines is to crack her Iwnes, mid she will receive no Indians when they dio if thoy k abuse her." This is tho explanation tho Indian gives of his disinclination to work. That is the ixietry of it; the fact is that tho Indian, like his whito bi other, is lazy and only works when he cannot help it. But the Indian is learning to lalKir. His native food, tho wild janio of the foiost and plain, is gone; tho government issuo of beef and bacon is scanty, and, like the improvident negro, lie often eats the rations for tho week In two or three days. Tho stimulus cf hunger has driven him to work. Every family of tho Absaraeas or Ciows, among whom the writer sojourns, during the past year has lived at Its own homo and its own crop The lands aro now being system of separation and allotted, but l family owneish.j' i divady in operation under the elllcient maiiageiia nt of the agent, a distinguished lis8iippiHU. Each family a cabin, a rootliouo lor winter n corral for hordes, ond n wire inclosiire for cultivation, and in this they taavo raited corn, jtotntoes, grain, melons mid fegetables, the government furnishing nil seed and tools. It was unkind to call them Crows. Thcro is little enough poetry in the real Indian, how noble soever his rod brother of roir.anco may be, and surely it is unkind to take from him that little he has. The Absaruca, their own name for themselves, is quite diliercnt from tho ill famed bird we call a crow. It is a small bluo hawk, of graceful oUe and swift DECADENCE OF THE DIAMOND. Vt ed Why It' Grows Morn Mnrkeri A lludc of Vulfjnrlty No Longer Unique. The decadence of tho dinmond dally grow nioro marked. It has long been a badgo ol vulgarity when worn by men, and IU use by their own sex has brought it Into disrepute with women who. are really fastidious. With anything else except an object which confers distinction on its possessor, the greater its popularity, tho greater its triumph, but the diamond once th most princely of gems, and tho possession of which was almost tho unique privilego of royalty has lost Its ascendency through its very popularity as an article of adornment. In our day it U in no sense unique, nor ore its assoIt ciates such as to give it distinction. thrusts its glitter on tho 030 in tho ftrnt, in tho railroad car, In every public and unsuitable place, and usually with n barkgiound of fatness and ugliness which It only serves to bring Into unpleasant prominence. When a human being makes one thing an ambition nnd turns every effort to tho realization of Hint ambition it is pretty cxi tain of accomplishment. With many women tho possession of a pair of solitaire diamonds is tho ono thing in life desired and to bo sorurcd. Tho realization of tho ambition may 001110 late, but young or old, tho woman who has her object is so proud in thut fact eomiKi-ssethat she does not protKMe to hido the light o( her diamonds under a bushel with the result that she brings discredit un herself and on what she commlcrs her most valuable Indis-:rimlnan. FRteCII MARRIAGES. SENTIMENT CONCERNING PERSONS WHO MARRY A SECOND TIME. W A Memorable Series of Sermon ltulea of Good Tatto mill Ktlquettr Sluipln Attire of tlio Ilrlilo Silver mill Golden Wiililliiu-i-. royal it ami li 219 to 227 W. Joilorson, 220 W Market, I.OIJJSVIJLIVE, KY. Those who like to save money should not lull lo give "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. Tin: WMM ! The love of tho gem itself, although savoring of childishness nnd of the barbarous tastes which still survive In civilized humanity, is one thing; tho lovo of displaying tho diamond in public, another. There nre women, and men, too, who have 11 mania for diamonds almost like that of tho mier for gold. They lovo tho glitter nnd spat klo and delight to fi'U-- t their sight and touch on tho piecious liauliles. But those aio not the people who Haunt their treasures in tho gnzo of tho public, it is tho better half of tho lucky speculator, tho matrimonially promoted shop girl, tho gambler's "lady" and tho obeo wife of tho letired pawnbroker, who never feel entirely clothed unless somewhere, on their ierson scintillates tho ever picsent diamond. Tho wearer may bo somewhat down nt the heel and out at elbow, nnd a thorough acquaintance with soup and water nmy never have lcou included 111 her erpcii-euce- , but the diamond atones for nil. In our time the burden of vulgarity is too great for tho queen of gems, anil in cultured o.stlma tion she sinks lieueath tho weight. New York Commercial Advoi tlser. d Soup in tip with 1111 ;hat I feared One day some waiter. I failed, I flight, common upon tli' prairie. is pel hups the largest Tho Cro and most valuable jiosxe&sed by any tribe. Lying --IK) miles along the Northern PiiciHe railroad in Montana, and extending southward to the joining line, it is traversed by many clear mountain streams with fertile bottoms, and bordered on the south and west by mountains lich in minerals. Tho Crows brivo ever been friends of tho whites, abetting them in their long wars with the Sioux, tho Jfea I'ercus ond other northwestern tribes. They nre lich in land, ouies and cattle. The pony nnd dog aro part of tho Indian family. Tho pony is the property of the buck; ho never walks. Tho dog Nthescqui-turo- f the squaw. I have seen ns many ns eleven nt the heels of ono Indian woman. They nre mongrels of every breed, dome.-ti- c and vv ild, are poor and worthless, hut eat at the same table and sleep in the same bed with their erect kinsmen. Both men and women nre exjicrt i Mors. I have seei children 3 and 1 years old furiously racing tho half broken ponies. Though there are many aged iieoplo in tho Abinica tribe, I havu never seen ono who-- c hair was jierfectly white. It is often streaked with gr.iy ami sometimes qulto grizzly in tho tcryold. When it becomes gray it is often fancy with them to paint it red. Tho hair grows long ukjii the heads of tho men as well as the women, and is never cut snvons in evidence of mourning. They wear no beard, plucking out each hair us it comes ii)on tho fueo. They carry suspended from tlio nck by a string a pair of bioad tweezers of their own construction for this iiixe, and the young buck in arranging In toilet examines his chin carefully in the mirror to Le sure no offending capllla is there. 1'iob-ablfrom generations of such rough iwigo tho beard grows spar.e!y when liiiilistuiU'il. There is an imbecile in tho tribe who has lacked either vanity or brains to pluck his. and after n grow th of forty years it is but n sparse stubble of stiff black hair. Butheio is n marvel to me nnd troubles aur theory of heredity. The children of thi U Ibe, among uhoo nncesteis no tong was vcr sung, are easily taught losing. The little girls in tlio ngney or mi ion schools slug tho Uos)el hymns ns sweetly .nul coirectly as the Sunday school children of tho south. As their vlour, swet voicen ling out on tho twilight air in the familiar melodies of "Swart By ind By,-- ' or "What .Must. Icbs There!" thu writer eiinliy imagines himself L',000 miles tway, I'stculug to chjldicu niiioug whom are blu eyed and golden haired fairies, instead of thes little Absnroca maidens, with coal blue!; eye and hair of jet. Ciovv Agency (Jlon.) I'or NewOileani i y Times-Democra- t. ja mium VhIuc of I'ast AVulliin; Horse. At the fair many thousand dollars in prewill lie given for lluo blooded horses. There will be trotting and pacing to every, thing from a sulkly to a btake wagon, mid everything from a Kentucky thoroughbred to u ClydeMlulu or Pel chei mi stallion will lo put uroui.d the amphitheatre in all the gnit, but there will not Ixi n dojlur ollered for the fastest walking liorU-- . No accomplishment that can bo bred in ft draft horse, whether ho bo intended for tiny, stako wngouor plow, is so valuable. Owi nro always judged by thoir walk. Stock Dealer in Globe- - Democrat. Wimti'il to r.i'iiru Telegraph). It has leen accepted lit certain (matters in Wall street that nny and all methods not legally proscribed to get llrst information nro fair, and nro but Incidentsof the business and tho locality. A telegraph operator tho other day tool; n diirerent view of this rule of Wall street; ethics. Ho flatly refuted to tench n Tho broker said Mock broker telegraphy. that ho was in the ofllces of many other lirok-j-- s during the day, nnd thought that if liu muld rend tho ticking of tho telegraph institi- mnts it might put wealth Into his inwkeU. York Sun. educated elnv. The whoie l qiiiet ond uiMrtteutatious. must If on a modest scale. It is not considered lnvomiut; fur the biKlegrvoiu and bride to aptiear very happy. They ntu- -t bo sIale and calm, with an expression of in their faces Something is due to the memory of the dear departed. This is especially the case if a lady U a widew. She does ni t take from her linger the img plnovd there bv her first limUiiid. Herseniil sikhio would Ix a man of lsad fehng and InuI taste if he objectml to this maik of Niid to bis r. Moreover, if tlie lady has children tin) llrst ring must Int retained out uf tegnnl for the memory of their f tther, nud she would U passingnsliEht iivon them by taking it oil'. If thevj children are grow 11 up they must not keep aloof from the welding potty, but must lie present nt the ceremony. They are not expected t look joyful, but their alMnco would give I was compelled to carry to you in tho old riso to scandal. The religious services must days w hen you ordered sotip from mo you bo very simple without lloinl decorations or would never wish to look upon my fnco dniing. The willow at her seoiid nmrringo again." Tills was said quietly and mourn- must not wear gray or mauve, for such colors fully. I have enough confidence in the ninn would le -- uggestive of half mourning, which who said it to believe it was said honestly. her vviind husband might not taku to lie a The place in which he served wnsaiisiaurant jeiicate allusion to luinslf. ll'sm color is of considerable pretension, where stiff pi ices also foi bidden, 011 the ground that it is too and good ervtco wero tho tile, nnd I now ;ay. The headdress s Lou Id lie n black or look back to the dainty soups llioy served whit manllila, with n few flowers scattered theio with an j thing but a pleasant feeling. aver it certainly not oinuge flowers, which Hereafter soup to 1110 shall rank with tho an only l worn once on such occasions, nor "weal pie," which tho younger Jir. Wcller ihrvvinthemiims nud scabious, which are immortalized when ho said, is worry goo 1 teriutil "widows' ilowers." A breakfast or wen you know tho lady ns makes it." a dinner follows the religious ceremony, but "Rambler" in Brooklyn Eagle. no ball is giviai in the cnv. of 11 second marriage. Silver mariiages are very plensing festiDidn't Object nt II. But there's an old man In Mexico who very vals in France. When a couple have comyear of man led life the genlnlly deplores the decadence of the ngo In pleted twenty-livmatters guierally considered reprehensible. event is celcbrnt'd with nil the show of joy ). In the llrst place, Ho is 100 v ears old, be says. This is probably ind a lie, but ho is old enough to lo e.cued for there is a religious ceremony in church, lying about Ills oge. He speaks of the good which hasagoil deal of tho out ward form old times of his jouth, and relates with lively of n genuine wedding. The lady is ngain satNfactlon h.s iai t in several exiiting mur- aallisl the bride, nn 1 her toilet is .sujierb, her position in the world it. ders, for which it does not tuni to occur to him he ought to liavo been hung.. But tho The ilowers which she is exectel to wear nro adventure he is fondest of relating Is how ho large white ox eyes known 111 France ns The bi idegroom wears n obtained his wife. He may, iM.rhaw, bo reines mill believed when ho states that the mother of Jress coat '1 ho pair nro surrouudeil by their children and grandchildren if there nicnuy. the senorita he loved ubjected to hlmns n grand family It was natural if his methods of All relutionsaic invited, for were truly stated. She ab- muster is cons:derel essential. A dinner is amusing him-eciven, followed by n Iwll, which is opened by solutely forbade the marriage. "But," said the old man genially, "we re- the now ly remarried couple, the lady dnucing with her eldest sou and her husband with his moved her objections." eldest daughter. Golden wedding nre. much "How?" "Very simply. She was taking a siesta ono rater than silver weddings. Death only alday nud I mole up behind her and dropped n lows a very small proportion of man iwl to live llfty years together. The cerebig roc!. her head, nud she novor objected mony l the samo as in the case of silver at all." iveddmgs. There are now "I should sny not. She was too late to as well (is grnudchi dreu piesont, nud the I MipjiOM'." !d people oM!ii the Itall with tlio eldest of the "Ah, it was fun. Wo had tho wedding nnd last geiieraliim of their decendaiits. Puns tho funeral on tho samo day." And tho wicked old man chuckled. Tho Cor. Boston Trn'iscrlpr. story was continued by other jioople, too. 'Oiliest of tlin ,,eh'iices. San IVauciM.'o Chronicle, "Undei tones." Metallurgy is the oldest of the sciences. It was born in tbo efforts of the alchciuUU to Tin- - Most 1'ai in I'll Mortal. o metals into gold, ami has come Of all elasws of musicians tho singer is tho most favored, and tho mortal who is gifted down tluougli the centuries less changed with a tine voico is a luckier individual than than any otlier science. While the curliest tho one who owese3 tlio higher faculties of recordi urn not full mid complete, the alloys nes-- and the slags found lntelllgenc . Tho coui'ioscr w ho has labored made in for months, twrhnrvs venrs. tn pomnlotM nn alwutsome of tho olmiit mi'I;sIiu dincov-- e red, some of them dating back t the ago of opera U not paid as much for his whulo woilc (us uiu juiiiiii uuiiiiu uu sings ine irjiieipai Moses, show jiretty clenriy wh.it the metallurgies! methods of those ihivs weio, nnd Jtos-iii- i, roloduiiug n single epresentntion. for example, received only $1,200 for tho diow that they weio much the same as tho opera of the "Barber of Seville," while tho methods now 111 use. Tho slags givo proof prima donnas nvei ve often fabulous sums for that lime was uis'.'d as it is used now, and that iilphur was 11 bugbear as it U now. What singing it once. Music and Drumu. advances have beui made have been more of a inocluiiical nature than in tho way of disOur College rirsldcnts. covering new laws or principles of chemistry. All eminent writer, showing wlinluu excelPublic Opinion. lent thing is u collcgo education, cites tho con-ideiile-Ie1 had unintentionally succeeded in wounding the feidings of n foreign nobleman In divuise. He may not have lorno n title, but I was not ntnli surprised when ho told me a few weeks later that ho was uIhhU to leave the restaurant foiever, as he had received some money from abroad. Ono day last week I again met my old friend. Of course I lenieuibered him. No ono could forget the face of n waiter who would not stoop to tako a tip. He had the iliew and beariiv; of a well bred man of the world. Ho had been in Europe, he said, and was now 111 this country on n visit. lic)oiul that he vouch .afed 110 information concerning himwlf. but lu the course of our talk ho did soy something which not only inteicsteil but startled me. ".My deal sir," ho said, "take tho advico of a man who knows, and never eat soup in e, public lestaurant There is not a hotel or restaurant in all Brooklyn where I could bo induced to eat soup. If you but knew what OOOt) TAhTU AND KTIQVETTE. Public ltestiuirutit. yen's ngo I t.iedtotipn Tliere are certain rules of good taste ami lie declined to accept tho etiquette with regard to second umrrmes in air to courteous nnd so dlgmlled France which are UMinlly olsrve.! by the ill" oiuv. Tho' who show n widi to unilt'i-gmy of these oiiertittons twice 1110 Mis)iectel of gouimaudize. It must 1k admitted, however, second marthat public opinion riages is much more generous with repird to the uinu than with legaiil to tho woman. There is a social and religious prejudice against the second mariiago of women, "lieciully wh.'li these have leached middle age and have ch.Idreu. The lvuiinw pi ej ml ice vras reiliul kably illustrated a few years ago by lVre Didou, who, 111 th'' eoiii'M'of the memorable series of sei mons that e pivnclnil in Pnrix, and vv l.i .1 obtained for him the veie censure "f Hie geupiiil of the Dominicans and relegation to 11 little island in tho Mnliieira-nans his penance, nttaeketl the practice of the second lnnrii'ige of women with a veluw uu'iice that profoundly astonished the congregation, among whom were some people who consiilered the sermon n giiwl.v (lersonal attack. The eloquent Doii.iniciiu hud not done what tho Latin proverb advisee tho discieet cobbler to do he had gone lievond liU hut. He had 110 authority to use a pulpit for nbus-in- g women who entered for the second time The sermon wax the ihatrimouial state. printed in extenso in somoof the jxipers, and People asked made a r- lii'Mis commotion. why the Dominican father was so hard iijson women nud so lenient toward men. Tho look n turn that was not exact theological. Now, although i'ere Didou was very impniil-ii- t in expresisiug his opiuioiw so strongly, he n- - eitbele caught up nnd put into winds a Hunting religious idea, nud one that is by no me in uf recent date. 1 French marriage 'iitonis arc now well known, so far as they rvl.ite to llrst marriages ht as legards second 111.11 tinges very little has jet lieon written, l'eilmps theso niarringes luck tho romantic element w hlch in nil human affairs is the sauce piqiiante that 'lifts the flavor." This may explain why so little 11 Ikv is taken of them. There isn decided (lisMiitioii in France to regard those who marry en seeondes nocos ns hardened sinners or as imbeciles undeserving of The opular sentiment on tho Mibji-c- t is to the effect that a person has only tho tight to be burn mice, bi many omit and to syin-vnth- us u trial. Truly the wonder of this century. Wall Paper, sr f'.-s- W7.rTA2rttfl..n.s)kJ. m&,g fi! s. AHi VT if i .1 ual uw , ,.. m. n m t iSkf sv VJ sjmmv ki.-- l.V!.'A in. VVMlW K4 I4t tswi fit v?a ",vw7 ki m ma ri 4 ts rr, rci TlJ kji i'ssv fsH Furniture, mji.Kji , ym -- l :t Absolutely Pure f hist s)wJir t itrriKt'i slid wao I.Mii oiuiis-flto- Oases, Caskets, Robes, Full.and Complete Stock of tbe above and price ns low as the lowest. CADS, i'Ult 11 a niirT- ol iniili), More eis.iii.uilivi mii3i he cuil1' ,i v kluil-- , ii, 't cn Rut ls tell Willi tiurs mil iftuile of low tt-- it m h.iu or 1111 j.'iiii lluVil IMKlMi TOWllKH sr lijf, Wmi Mlrl N Yirl' ihim -l si,.ri. B, K:. 7ESARS5ia , Stanford. - t'm:nrv WOOD AVAJiLACK, to VV n nlltce A C' lilMi- ,- INT3ESX7V- 513 4tb St, Louitvill", Ky THE GENTS' FURNISHER AS It .VOI..N IS I'Oll th FUIINLTURE m STORK u -s- ! 1; JXS)IA..V1MLIS I..11I.1!CY. MACK MVFFJ.HL:V, S'ropriotor. ii. A. BEXKIUCT & CO., rM'oi!H, a iT.w-H.-- ki.Mi'is. a a .' ; -- Well Drillers and Pump CO" vVfi.l Kl Adjutcr. lurihl.htil I uilor, lil l' ptlo. Iht oi'l r .1. I p .mi.- - '' s. I I LOL. il 1.1.(1 KL, it ai8 4rfi' a bs.9l1h hVNTHK. Colorn. sFmm Wsv4aiu.--"i r its' i.sj-- s LtkKMr. V., s.t.:u -, A fR&i ify" i mzm&$ - SJ7?SJ Cf- - I.KIPUIMi rnoiogrnj zs in an oiyirs u.iu suua. ceremonial must Pictures in India Ink Crnyon and The festive & ! Watrr i ,SV lii .Ncns.V PrlcM .!n i.s -- i mr I uoi ly I lint' ni 2'itrnl. it III ilium !iiiv. nn IiuiiiI n liiri'i itinl hI n iiir mid liiilcrtiikcr'n joti(l. tt iirlccK- lll In n l tiiul kucIi jon KuimIx ran lie hmmlil In Ihr clIlrM. dni- me n rlul ulll lie cuitiliu'i'il Unit l si'Ji unrrr until cn' w .'cttiuit .tlislhliil Valley Co. uiti. CHESAPEAKE & OHIO!! I'uUiuiin I.UI1 .SfA.Sl' IKI, (Ht4 l bUKtsKOS sou'h l Ill' tu HiSllsf, ltw A. ill i KKSIIUkS To WuahiiiKton, Riohraond Old Point Comfort EAST If li (ar nud olltl Train ui d ls Dun, ' MOTHER8 3(.SuL.3ufck SANITARY" VnTEST To Lotiisvillo CoDeictiora dliMt nnd Cinoinnuti. loliiU In tb Soutli-Vest Scotch Wool MAKES ! Underwear No 1M KKKECTSKn JO, "7. 7 lull; JW So, i iixiir Fi bun. II : f Itt,.iLAT"ii i I h SB SJhJ Arr I.Tf Liulsvill . . p .n " srjio" Old I'ulni t'tiuitiri " Norfulk -l U 00 n'n Ik lOjh m White ulpti i iiiiiib OmrlisimtlMV M Juncl) A in p m It VI in I II i in IU p hi Ktchimnl .. ..- II 00 piu IMjm at p Mmu PLATT'S "English Lo sting" L'Mr.ini:vH. I 5 Iliunriiin hi n mi -. 'J 7 60 p M 7 l p HI t() p It), p HI II 'As p in II 7 pin ,t is) li. il M a in " rail " Nfw s,'0 ' 'IHnMr I WashliStuu York 9tl Sbonlil bo uksI a Kr moulLi before conCneae&t. SctiJ for book "Ti 51, TiiiK," nu cl fri-c- . t r- Iplilt II f IIMlM I til I - H. i ml foi fe'iity tsw-iblt- kh ho a.UII) Indmull " Ii.iiittlileiinii 10 10 M NorWItwuil Wliln- "i pli ir The -liintij Jtysi i Wlille Miluhiir on l.il ic pi .i.liiU. miii.Ut trll uriltlrij mi r until nm ii 10 V OIJ 1'alBl 4ih .ird Irl' M t'i ACir.'.. (It, tl-IN ' l M K. . it- bt rut.ss 91 IrtL K' I.CIl'IsVll.t.r. K 1 1 i rxcvii-sundit- u, v . son-in-la- Oil liinlicoistii lllctiiuniul hi I dullyI Vint oti HMmUy i'ir I" iiblay. lo 5 Imth I'.i,iii,h"I Hunt lle',n "UHon Kn'e mil AblH il. Hill urry 't.nk ii'daat AttiUml ' (u'.uiut.us iUH) eir ,pt fun- - To w'lflt nriltsra t.n our n'Hatl I'er. (iowl iir I'omiulflon ' 'ko, (I dailrfmii ti'n.l i" Tilf on Kor- j imututsalary hmI guiri'ilei-- l Art.lrats alo'ua, inplujuisnt 13O.J -; - t mill3 os. 'liton furt Htrltl--l togftTer iir-i- rii ! rim ili Mien ruuilty a! 'indiijr l 7.0ii A "nirir itit Thtr.ilnIoTln;' tlitjr Jo rml "IIji. r. 0 '!; A.I ! iepi SAIe,BSMEkj tV' Mtiorient urn' Quuioai flo.itt i:.j:h tral KtititiicXT lo ell PoiuU Nun Hnm, Wmt aud Soutbwtm; - Katl l.i ns K-- l ..!- - I.HXl'Vla'TlpN V CIMI i.J l I .. , Dull- 11 npt Iroui cituilutletvilU tl lf eo-p- le l.epl if arson all Ihrmiiih Ul' 1'iiliiiiHii (11. Ciiinlnlnn fstrP': im Mrtv itHiulil lay. Tm.iU)'. WiaLvwiaT. I burtdaf auil tutur-- j ! M lurKmr U'k Jay ut Ita'm tbf inull'OO, He, ai'ly at For licit-Ill- , Tlctet ollUeiir ililrs 11 riti.i.r.ii. (ieii'l Vil V Is Ir...i'leni Al. I oii'af Hie, Kv Uifhni'in I. -- 257-- rf, St.t,l. t Wir,.I.VI,uraatjn.u.Ma "I. U'UH U Turtuuib llcVtl aco tawtae raiTnaiil. laallualiiMi r- - sfhel i I Vr lull r'l unit fH hi N,if compaar, itr H n ' r (1. I DR. , W 1 l'KNNY. (Jao.lsjtw. AkuW IOK- -i w.c.mi nii'.n. v. .2. l'.'' ' ltlllll 4 - flKNII! II. 15. HIJ.vriM.PN (VtImIod. is r li.A.I'MI.KI Trtr. I7sa Aei'l, lUwHrtf. Ux.inal.in, K KilllHl! (i 'ittsral IHNim. l'rllM(tttH.K 1 11 tr.-itp-i vt'ojipbu.t.ox INTERIUR JOURNAL All, I M'l u 11; THE - vjS&M&f-t- f In l.iimsvii e " i it 10 a dm . : !;;. trnii-niut- WVekly rowritT- - louriinl r little for o'liy rt I in n,f inri riM(,rui"ii u'lf tm. rt tw. ji-n- Odlue on Lariiaatsr HIIIK i w. ami I ' JOl'KtHI. imif.irv toh r. Otftl'C. OitlCI. lioule Irolu S tl m. AneMhutlfi -- .liulnlrtrrwl ttrw,, bit dxor imt 1 l(ii7r 11 iti'tol tjul! 'idatut. !:! Reu'i.i.w -- uy t llio-eol- d I ninn H- v "in inly tv 1V1 bill t 1D1I fur iHint ii r ' ' "i itie I'uiVil "il.s. an J ni" I 'nn If in. 1 - wii U"i' '1 tx '! a tu'uplr o 'liln Mm tlpyrft'i t hi ler- -' j fin 1 yoirnuuin papir -- pyin u it "v ri ll' i v , li ' r,v He ,,ir . sill r Imirnal, Ihf r ie ynr AKI . Mi,1!! kMil him, its iropilfci I' 3hull bit la 1 1 mswiwtsEaavl'" KurVlttt HtwAtBAIfSCHICAtoRT uotel in tnentatis u, tt, i:.r Appointrannti, or Art.i. ticn to Comfori n their Guotiu -m deuond t. IeiiTKinj r,., ;vuums ijt A REAUTIFULLY ILLUSTHATED. NEW FAST MAIL, LKAVIHil 110111- fir f mhiisvim.j: This Jllngnziiio portrays Amcri-cn- it llioujjlit and life from ocean to (icran, is lillcil with pnru high-claliterature, and can Iir sale I y welcomed in any family circle. PRICE 20c. OR S3 A YEAR BY MAIL ss m visuissati ( iniM ri li (in - . SM plu it wlin 'in I ,ji.,irii ju I 1. n ' fit rlmrKi. ilrircl'r "iVcUl i i 1. rn-- 11 M in 1 iitiiu. Umi , ki D.i fact that there havobeeiisoventeen piesidents of tho United Stntos, nnd eloven of the seventeen were college men, slxty-flvjkt cent. Well, that'-- , so. But let's weigh theso presidents 011 tho finer scales as long ns vvo'r going Who wero tho presidents w ho into stati-ticnever went to college atall,nii(lpieelous little to any school f Washington, Jackson, Lincoln oh, well; the collego may hiivo tho otlier fourteen; it's hardly worth while counting ' nny further. Now York Star. o s. ly, rriiirci to IrmtUn ' lw Window of Shell., wore n curiosity, tho first I lis had ever sis'ii in India where tho panes wero of tho ponrl oyster shell, cut thin, nud about an Inch nud n half square. This win tbo Portuguese window. Tho labor of making great windows of ucli small pieces of shell ueutly cut nud smoothed must have, lnvn immense, f even for one building. tho At least light was obstructed by tho shell strata, and when one adds to this tho wooden framing for the shells, there must have lusen n cousid-ciaU- " An Oil City, I'n., man claims tho prlo for Hut addition to huiitlowem, hnving 0110 in his garden that then this Is India, nnd it isidwusu study to llfty-tou- r in ciiciimfereuco inches meamris keep oqt tho glare of tho tun. Harper's Magazine. All that was bid for a Hon nnd.four lionesses ut a sale in Lenmingtou was W0. The show I UU I'lWWlly IICTl 111 I HO llL,Ul ! IlUtV injlll butinr liroor. Scotch lUherift vitli gwnt suectf. A window-- , one-haltliORmi-op.iiUeiies-- (WALTON'S OPERA k-- HOUSE, Dcoiiinr mr RinpT niinin jliiviul inr uug iiHnu f mtankdiid. .valton . nnos. f'roprifto s. -- Samplt Copy telpt of Addresti numbtr mailed upon 15 ets,; tack numbers, 15 cts. 1, of current ri'i'iiiiiiiu It. T. BUSH 1:10 VA ut Miih iiiiirr. ssfjpjrM i'S.. w k SON, Fnblishors, tV i:w liTirl St., N. V. I Krcr nttcuipti-- lietvtccu tbeariMt (iiiiiiinKlal f't Kl. In ecia tn hlvittio, Irulna I. a. fclioulbutjii, Iwion the Ohl 111 ..tor aud ...... r.. . .. I.fja and ueiico . cry Benin,; mpnilly, lududluK jailer). Mm i)( mipi Ilia IIU1I41 limfl auu inusv 1 or to tlie II vst M.rasnnurilii ratu 11 jtKi slirmu . tween all points lu riieiuiinte'part of llili train and XurtliirVMt. .... oil Ir.mk llnia Is ilennmill tlisl iIH l.lljlir Worctiill., 0.T,m.ni ihemperij rollliiiiiis-l- . ah cm nl ". youil. .. .. tha.Vfi, tbli """"": .iis, , lr.fV ' Olllcisi 111 tlio Mouth uud tlckela. -- ny Jlo-tur- n, ynu will tlml mr lime vet .liniiMii ami nick to .toiioii. If ynu want to au money nud Imro a ideaMiit Juui J.. O, I( CtlKSIll. K, Ha (loncial Tnisenirer Aijeiil. C'nirajo. AKHilaHndOllliiTs: . ("ItylUkel I,. a,Kiikhkk, m Itli Are.. LoiiUtIIIo, hy. I M. '(oukunck, IW Vino tl., ( ioiinnatl, O rc. rAtallC'ouion'llclioi I jjMy iVl iiiam' lilM El lirdonl bjtb, UlltTitiCUxlalCg. uMBtrlour.. to IHTfl. VI JIIVrJursiil.M n( lt4 L ClDclnnttl.BjMa l,ii,uimtuliakii.iit i.m.U InimnMi.kLil.jiiuiilsrt and l.ltfl, Wel.it ,ul cniiillir. t.Andin eveiy 1: AlcstC A 1. 1.1, tUlwa. .V. Y nilU, .' Sl I CtK. ly DtufiUm si. 00. I , Hi L.Vr- WIIKitl)W.MiitMtMiM)Wwwt)MMMw SONNET. Loto malte tlio HOlld iiiiiiimnnsismse miim BEFORE DEATH. 'iiprlees of I'nssers Itt A Varied Throblied Htihtlj- to mo nn Immortnl ttinoj I.M. And wheim m jiiii shower wet the raora at noon, tho (pilot, peaceful ccno in old Miikon'a cotBoft nulodhtis id don on mo from tlio van, tage, nnd It die w him back with IrreoUtlble streets nuy olio who walk thiough tho city DyliiK delicious In n in) hIIc shoou. for pleasure and prollt take nolo ol HOW CAXVOX JOK DIKI). tow it to leavo a greet lug for tho leloved oni I -- Ulchard Kealf. what ho K'ii nnd hear in tlio way of open nir Hut nfter ho had entered tho hall, in hU eiroil trading, mid he will lw amuzed nt how muoh to closo the door, ko violently flung open by ltig unity nnd industry is exhibited by thoo My rwollectious n Canjon Jim leodl a A NOBLK VICTORY. tho storm, ho suddenly benitno conscious ol who deml hkjii the ctiprlce of the purs- uulipie Katie In his arms. And while It raged iuiiI ers by. rh.irneter, whose brief career nnd violent end tiro not iveunled In tlionmuils of tonned without ho kUwd hur, and in wild Hero Is n miniature stove, a perfect infant the groat and growing west. Ho was nn Tlio wave linnk on tho sliom of tho North hnppiiiess ho whlfTtd: Kutic, do you love of n cooking stove, shining liko black son. A sliur winil from tint north sweo llier' hhudid not iiliKiter, but her Impressed It exhibits tho application of stove inutile. exotic-- n i hiid ot the niit but he grew to poll.li, maiihiKil his. nuiuiig iIm rough uvurits surineo, ililviii; tho nvw high nnd ninny elmilii'd by Its the Ii wlnf thee ivot", tbe frontiersmen, nml The next uiiiining lirsRtool on (ho tdioro it. On their mot ilseq nml hIiiIeh tho shriek of the III tlw hojie of white, foriiu. How tho tvnter mirRvs fonvtird, liiending Ins b t, when Hob Hteirel mine by. brilliiuiiv. Invest in u xii'ket hJuMi'd, v re as liiu-i- c to his ear. plislui'lngii like result. Klbow grenso i, how- HhiinluroHNs ;;rmliially tniiKfnnmil ton "You nro isiily, though you cntiio home ever, a t ssury aihlitiou to this or any other niif It wotiM nuh for Into tho hind. lint tuuglnitM t: ui inaii-:ii-nptln mid rtnlti It let rents from the white. Inte, Were you ith your sweet heart P well th hurdy cactus mINIi ever invented. tho stnnled eb.ipuiTnl. Ho was cnlleil iMvn hKikisI at him, ml witlinugei- mimI, only to tetiirii in linsto tlio licit morn-InjHe lilmlioli nnd iimcsI Those are tlw floral mil Canyon Joe lo-nhe was found in ncnu.tou tiuck the wh1 with hUax, and thechl of this dark faced, reioefiil woman, by some trnpsrs nnd udoiitH.1 by mo. "lie On tlieslmre lie stretched nut tin (village of Hew far mound. who is eternally tj lug up joohs. nnd uently hnd strati d I rum u wagon tniln on iu way IIimoiii. livery llftlo home standi Iry ltelf, "Ilnlio!' eoiitinunl theothcr, "you did not sirinkling her sweet smelling wins s b tho t.i Utah an I of toil grpnrated fiom in iielghlior by n wide hare good luck, It seems." l.ist. At this time ho wiih 11 flicking of n whisk broom which luis Iveu puce of yoni-old, and os.i,,i of nn niuouiit of i Imp llfty feet, which it generally "Iven svttlir rrhsl Lin "What Is it to charged with wntor. Tlio litJe woman, made lnton jranlin, in which u few feeble "ii whether Imrogood luck or imtf" does a quiet but prollUiblo trade in flow- nerve, which, by usxiduoiis eultltatlon, sjil h s i up butta draw it scanty muHflitnent from th' Hob Htrir.l cji;ki1 noerrr. "You nro unto cut u w Ido and crim-mi- u ers nnd in colored dned grafex ami Immorswath hi any ciimiiiuiiity Hint gave hint ground. With no Ipm iliillculty dotlioiiibul just to me," he said. "A big fellow liko jou telles, slightest pi nt ontiou. When I met liini itoiiti of llusotti miinai to cut their living should not take it so incekh . Christoph hn Hero is an old noiimu who has nt Ilrst the seternl years alter tho war. I was Tlstywenll tthcinifti. ami tho sen is tlil plainly takin the fish away from you." sluhe a touching, interest about lh-n inliilng uitvprisieriiiig in Arizona. home, on wi.it-I.irs made no answer, but his hand clawd In r. .Sin- - is weury ymHithetii'uud inlii tisli , ro out for ini! to with no mounest their i.i When tho sun shines iii the n.x roiiviilsively "Y.u and I havo no and n she ivrlines mtln-- than sts iisin her Wo wen- - in tin lilenk butI lote fort 'In IsUipli," cnntlnuesl Hob; "let us tUir in the rlmlr a humaiiu storekeeper Iiils tainous n. hi where oh (ieronimo so long mooth surfu." it In nn exhilarating occut'1 tlon, 1m it when n sudden storm springs tij iiu together ngainst him," ami he hokl out priivldeil site looks us If she would some dny delltsl tin-- iiit.il Sua es nriny. There were Ilftis-while th UmU nro of us in the party, Including a from land uud n fo; Us hand. hate to lio cailiwl thciiceUi her Wtllos down uwii tho wnter liko u lunnil, "I want nothing to do with you," replied th has a basket containing oddslast Ihomo; Inlf breed scout nml sevoml old liilncrs, nn ends Imnhvv mnntle, then one titiderstnndslioft hard Jrfirs, an I t nny, resuming hi work. wlin h uoliody buys. lor n long time sho who knew i be country pretty well. mug to hud struck our camp One Hob Ht. it. I I mgbeil soorniully, nnd went h r Uierrm. litmus nnd t be crN.'tuikl danger the NliiM' sjxit, wit ill the sain' nttondlrui the labor by which thuwi mtm earn nwa , I ut the sting that bin words contained attitude and elicited the wimo symjiatli; on tlio iiioiintai i side, near iiMiuil stream, remained in Iilh' brentt. . When tho other H'-- history, even If not evontiul, could nt. ami put out tho tiniial picket for Indian., thlr bread. when wo 'ItMMNt hum lush mid most of the brail i was out of right he flung down his ns, and fnil to ! n commotion and very soon instructive. When the ilarkmsu of 1it jrullol In to Intnl. Two men nro still went lrnrk to the village. Slow ly, with ilow night fulls uk)ii tho street nnother old wo- the sfout enmo walking In. lending a horso that had a rider. Tho horseman was Canyon working tosnto their projieity In tho saine bend, lie walked Iteforo "tho houo of man, hut a tery small old woman, nestle way. Tbcy are both youiiR, larj;e, viRorom old Mon h Htuse,, then with n Midden within a dark doorway into n Kifeet Imll of Joe, mid ho seemed to l very liuppy to find nun, with miii hmiHol farm uud toil hardened lesolutiou ho entfi-ed- . Hut, as If bound, ho end mortality, and lieglns to grind nwny nt white men with plenty to ont and drink. Ho sUkkI In the doorway in tho loom stood hnmU that saddest of nil modern mechanism, nn had two Indian scnli, freshly taken, danAt )at their ItnnU too reit on tho shors Katie tenduily emiiincod by Christoph. A orgulitette. As the w lies ting, w ailing strains gling at the Kmiuel of hl4.ondile, and ho exs llrnily secured in nil open, I.irs,'' mid one of tho nran, painful silfin-- pietmlett for a inouuint, then nwnke the echoes of tlio silent night strangers plained Hint he killed tho t did not straightening up Mini buttoning his short Christiiph wtepp.d toward Lirs, put out life are pi.'inpUil to ser into the darknese to dis- iquaro IUhi. Tim miners hand, and snid: 'K.ttlo is my betrothul cover tlio source of the nl soiimls, nml tomler credit till", mi' i rather siisiieeteil thnt ho nket, "tbls will be n Arrcu blow His face look-s- l The other nodded: "It is luoky that noun since last eteinn,;. 1 intended to come niekels and words of yuimthy. If, howeter, hhpiKsl ujKin them iinnwnros. to you and tell you." is If i: hnd lioen tauneil for ugis by n hot f tit nn out," mat old woman were to die nnHo did m it answer, onlyn bitter smllo nulv Men ii while they Itnv slatted hotneunnl, other, Id woman would take her ,lce, nnd "n "ml iw.urH.1 l.y dirt seoojl from nn ol- Kali plain. Although only medium sized he and strid along I or- -t her in silence. Tbe ere. on Ins lip. It was excessively jialnful Memwl to Kev u wiry frame mid Great only ret of Uw fillngo it quiet. It Is dark, to the girl. Hho felt what n blow she had -itf.now.NPUMnr.it. physical strengili and eiidiirnn-- e. HU eyes net and tlteie a ralnt iiiit r;Unmliig fnm n given him, though blameless herself. .She l.t.ry lHUylieroitn.lunioeri.liH.iihslly Uel0 Rmftl nllll a pion-inlong,! (o say black, set verv littk tindow. to him. but oould U. ties fair sex, for if the plunder r)ov, lOK(,tber, and seimrnte.1 by tho bridgo o'f TJiey are twoing n mnnll ltouw,nnd,nlm'Mt not lliai tho tight word. Ko she only lookul U det.M.,1 by one srx mote Hum another n if bynipprrt aRiwment, they approach at Inn, uixl without swUiig held outlier He nske.1 iiermU- vtirv miuiliue nov. And (flatten thM.ugli ilw llghtol uindow to band to him, hut lie turned away and left the (wbicblsoutoiloiibt) lovely ttotnnn lintes f ion to camp with us that night, and agreed him wiih a fervid iK.wevor. is t ftct as guldo for tho partv during tho rest Hort;, th iiH4i(e. An d mnn with whito hair aad bouse. Toward noon tue shore was alive with men. the genii who shall exorcise the flend. All f the trip. It wiu considered better to util- Nurd M i i a Irci m m chair; Ins head has h uhs is a stick of soft, verv soft, solder i... i . . i. ' falkn forward on hu breast a plrturo of th Tho mi gleamed In the suiishinn again, tlio (price uiui i; imon i.. uw iiuikv perii.-iiflt.Mvnt.iaml a tallow candle. With ..' inm iiiun t, ,, wuvee played gently, iiihI n Kift wind was life f mm.s ngnmt as-- so wo eluLiitK to md. At the table, on tho llHMKt two K.iiiple leuieiit. ho Ill's up hole, in nlr.ias u cordial icception. Alter suptier t'lm dnv was favorable for it large oppfMto tW, fcit, in bright rontrait,n younj; blowing K.vo linn Irtul. All the IUIhi men of tbo illago wero a tin s.t, and when th.-- are nil Iltted uji he we snt befoi a small lire in front of tho tent Krl, wninit freh, lovely face, with rouml, , ,,ais;( omr.mituenaiijiiresjoutoi.uy tho 1kjUU Ctliyon Joo drank rotycheeL aud luxuriant, fair lialr. Knto pi there. I togethei, tho iieU and ours wero III solder nml g d do llkew !, Uaaost It the jMittiest cul In tho village, unit put into tlw IkjbU, the sniU spreiHl wide, ami fw,yi mj Wt(,nn to narrut0 Mn(! of his ex- .,-,- .. u, ,. nn (juuuues, ,,0 ami oi IIm) mot Iim1uIiiou, on ubom many a young tho lilt o ile.a willed far out iiitotuo broad, Tho half breed scout, a tall, athletic ...... ..... ... i. tsirii. inero ineviinnc . ,n. fellowloolwwr.il earnoit glance. Kurlv and Ixautiful fH. Katio eUoil on tlw shore, In a..,..,,,..--nr .M...V. ,.w.ii..ui VI. IIIU ground t rows of dimiuishlng st and stiot by tho flie, npjioMto .IVIl.lll. kept hU eyes Joo. u liersweetlieait as long ah lessly Ho UUabe it busy, anjiiwirtltiK herxlf nml her ending rlenn. They ore. indetsl, too clean, his boat was in sight. Then ho went home, fofteiiwl on the latter and listened attentivefted fatbm by her on haixlt. they the free um of muriatic or ly, but never teutured a remark. Tfie loiterernut the window linvo tnriMtl smiling bupp.iy u. bo Iia.1 much to nittic nei as an adjunct to their purity. If Canyon Joo related the following adventHwlnsMMou their way. At liut I.nrsnW: do After she had seen to her okl ncids are admissible the question iiriss ure: "It wasnlong in thn 'GO's tbnt I agreed to "Good night, CbrMtoph," and . tho fatlnr. who nt ipnetly in his chsdr nnd "Whyr" Then nii oilier iiuections nbout net ns reout for a. party of nino men who she w ent almut her w ork. htrtwl to liU home. 1I hnil heard the reply smoked a short pi they were liefore th.y were blenclusl, j ,Vftn,, to tha country now known to hie greetinc, mi now wuitoil and listeuel, How it tlcw under Imt Imnds tO!lay, though wbnt .mthemiud is lllle,! with unhi l.len fiw frequently she flopped, cafing ih.nu tho UlncU IL1U Thew men were a tough by thn fence that utamlin; Ids littlo hate been uhsI liefore. tract of ground C'hriito-p- h.ul not none on, lost in jweet dreams. Then she w rked so that the) tbe hoe luce K'ller. With drwid-fil- lot, svuie gamblon', some miners, and all Herein l good on tho shoot. I vn liirely 50 i.g..m. Ko hour ntttr hour old but bad turned back fcr hntf Iirs felt n much mon itony ho swings to nml fio that long H-- , nnd looked joui'Sr. so when I oirered my-tel- f At last tbe das "j task wa mivgitiDK too, hastenel liack. Tho Ilow by uuhes-ieIrani ii of luces. Around his nk, ovtr hi, I ns ns.-otlwy laughed at 1110 nnd called went totbeilMir. Hut tin., arms, in wind 'iiNe--- full in hit fiUM, but litdix-- s not ended au both Iter I Nuw 1m hoar CliriU4i stejH Uforo weather had chiui-lthe mil had dlsap. wls-1- 0 ami of hands nro laces laces eterj nio,n kid. Hut when they made inqult'eg nil kinds. A little lomoted uud learned that I had lieen nearly everyenrel behind t!.ick ruud- and tho sky hung Inm, but rannot he, for it Is ery dark. from him is tho stand for glass nnd chum where In the west nnd killed about as many Tho iUliermeii Tbero ktandu the httlo boune nhem Kutln in gray fold over the A goml deal of it is flawed, chipped also had tlmshe.1 their work. Tho rich booty wnr Inui.ius n.s tho next ono they aeceptod my iJ.iwjii lite (.'hi itoph t Lauds by tho winuud broken, dow, ne him plainly In tho lisht of lay In tlio loats. promising n fine reward for ingeniously nnd 110 email quantity has leen services. If they had not I intended to ask to Iholnuip that falls full ujkmi him. !lo licari '.heir hold labor. Hut in the east it n.is black tie lhepM.ii-ia- Joined together. Color seems s; one or two 1 at to fettle for calling mo n kid. object of uttraetion, for thi-These men somehow knew that plenty of gold sill tbiwitPitins. Thy must n tap on t)i window, aud now (,'t.rUtoph homo ! CYllectioiis nie bewiideiiug in their brillianct was iu the Hl.ick Hills, and had a mop diU haiMl on the door, mul it opens Uf:ro fore tho storm came m, Tho little sails c liiiisj, and iiiniit of them are of elegant foino miner gnvo them on hU deathbed. that spread out, tho ihim flew out tho water, ' Wo lilm. orm They Hre iloubtleM ends of stocks mid slatted up the Little Dig Missouri river In a oo, Chn :oj.bf What briiiKt thea to causing tho foam t break over the deep drip-pluutuqiles of goods thnt havo gone out of, largo sides. Then cAino tho llrst blow strong yawl boat, with plenty of provisions latrnUed Katie, lioldlng on to the door, fashion in Madison nteuuo prior to Mug tigmnst tho sails; 'flio loaded lnrnts tlircatutieit and flieai'iiis. It was slaw work pulling up whkb the ktoiiii was slmfcin. pushed out on to the sidewalk. -I wm ikhsiih; and mtw thoo sittluR, to I t upMit. Tbj men were forced to take in the river, but in ton days wo had gnno quite a "II.W.I.OON-- ' AND l'l.NWHKEL. sail and trust wholly to tln sii It grew distance. We hadn't been bothorul by IndiKOf(Mll to bid tbee '.ItM-J- l well." Tlie ImiIIoiiii tiinn and the piuwheel nmu ans, and I thought ft mighty queer. It was "Tliou dear:'1 nM, ihiUIiir out her daifc, rind tho sea lifted itself ustlesslv intvi They make really huge, fur rolling waves. in th fall of tho jenr and tho weather was Then tho "storm delight tlie children. llfltid. TJi linl the door thus set frw, niwl broke Iono with wild force; it howled uud pretty show us they umreli nlongwith theit line. At night wotted our boat to the bank u against tJ Huns It tld. tvnll. Hut lashed tlio sea till it mml Inshoit. foam wiuti high In tbe air, nnd at holiday seasons nnd cauqied on shore. Wo always tool; preChrttoph, iirini; all liU ttrvngtb, ilrow c.ippeil watis. Tho men rovscsl with nil their they do n roaring mule. The ship that cautions, though, against tho Indians, for tbe girl into tlio hall mid cloned tho door. inisht; tlso shore could not be far away, gently sways usui Hw heaving billow in fear of a sin prise. Just nbout sunset ono day ltr grotr hot under his roaiso jicket; hot in though it was not isible in tl.o darkness front of the rotating wind mill, ami wrote I pit .".shore as usual ond walked up tho bank iplloof tlio blu'orlii3 wind. Ho stepped cloo Ahead of all tho other shot Chr.stoph's Itoat; Hie train of ueter ivasmg oui-s- , is 0110 to to vyb-c- t n plneo to tamp while tho party t i the door uud heinl ijienklnj within, but iv mo behind him was IdiV. It seemed us if attract a liMlo uowd of big grown up lot.od nlong iu the boat. I had not gone far iiotdi'iinculsh mi)tblNg. He waited, the two were running a rnco for tho safety of people, wboiiMiiiiy eomloue for their clilht-Ul- i w ben 1 lienrd 11 volley of firearms. 1 usbed curiosity by slipping n nicklo into tho to the river and saw the boat a few hundred ' Ins heal t f. ltd with tho )aiii of jmIousx . L'io hhwv. A wavok.'ied Chi ibtoplr liont, lti,w I jii,; I o klool he knew not; It loomed nn 'iftl II lii,;li and fluii;; i: with lis bioud side tin di,iisT of the exhibitor. OrajH-- ni-- yards above, but no one was Hilling nt tho 1 1. rimy to linn. At lout tho door xnol mid against tho end of rwl, breahiug it in. everjwhero Jusi now. They nro ingeniously ours. l!tery mini in it unai'iead or dt 111. A On letotth U'pid out. "Sleop well, dear girl," Itr saw it sinking Iwforo him. A thought markisl "three cents" very large, "hall" veiy crowd of Indians 011 both sides of the river liwhtered. ,"(Joo.lby, dear Chrletoph." Ihot through ins hem t, frightful uud viwd: small and "lb" tery large, but without that weio filing lino the bait, and . some wero the wines bury ChrUtopb aud Katio U tniui tin uiey are cheap enough. If ten rnimmlugout to bring it to Tho key wa tunwl in tho loci; Chrietoph Tho at ssnt liome, tbe Joy of lovo iiqnited In hli yours. Hut tho thought wart gone in a mo- p"Utiils nie siifllcieiit to insluiv cholera tack was a complete surprise, and I Into 110 heart. Tlio otbor, too, turned homeward. ment; in the i.it he had leaned far ou, sympioms tl.ey eau lie obtained for twenty-liv- doubt the llrst" volley killed all. I ints, basket ami all. Souvenirs of Xew wanted revenge, but singlo htiiide I 1 could he rvnebed tlio Kratjied the constant friend of his youth, now Uit q long lii:K ia etsl York n yunl long for ten cents is not dear, not attack them. Luckily I had my nile ond struggling with death. Hut ho lost las own little uoueo neither nro the souvenirs of the lkutholdi ammunition with nie or 1 would havo starved liftUuiro, sittinc on tho extremo edge. Ho 'llwy bad gtowii up t.;ethrr Ixn, Ohrie-ti'p3 nig out l.i. baud locntcii hold of something, statue for hnlf Hint money. A lino glass of to death. 1 knew thnt I was far from any and Katie. Tho tbi-ehad plnyt-contniuully in children, uud lvatio I Ut found in thing, nnd pluugol headlong. A buttermilk for tluee ivnts mill ordinal y mill; settlement, nnd that If I esenpd the Indians wculd lm cuirled by no othuii or dmwn on tugo nnvi hized tne boat, threw it far tram for live e. nts are elienp enough, nnd they can I might inc.-- death iu some other form. 1 11 I tbe ele.1 by nono but ir Chritloph. 'Jie place, an jii tlio laaiing of tho wavM it lie had fiom clean, wellnpjioliiteil curt close crept sw if try from tho river, aided by to the null. Then there is tho squeaking despairing cry was lost, Wlien tbey grow larj-e- r niht. nnd had gone about half a they went to school ihicl.en. As Artemus Ward says, "lie's mi mile when 1. lug Indian stood light i.pin front At last tbu Ustiermeii had willfully reached together aud wcro coiillrniMi together in tho know little church of tho neighboring village. Kr tho shore. Women nnd old men full of nn- - emootiu' cuss;" tho 111010 you Fqueeze him of mo. 1 w us n sin priso to him, and tho mure he squenks. lie was to nie. but I drove my hunting l.nlfo :rlfo had over como bettrccii them, nover guish stoo.1 waiting tin returning one. Kvcry well legulattsl leraou should miks into his breast so quH; that ho ttiuibl' d back "Katlo," cried it voico from tho iliuliiieu, bnd tlwi rjirl t,hon-whothrr sho had tho lads to tho other. A thcAo nnd tho gill Kit herself embraced by two a mouth harmouKMim, a jmckngeof ieucils, a without n groan. He was 11 stray Indian bepacket of neiniles, a lite cent nickel watch, a longing to the baud who did the murderous lreloMtl into UroiiR men, Kntlo bloomcil nrnis. a eonib or two, 11 set of shoo work-- at tho river. For threo days I kept up "Christoph I thank heaven Hint ton mo few H.iuliiildei-sinto mill gi eater lienuty, m was apparent brushes, some certificated detergent denning n brisk pace, aud managed to kill some game, to otlMt' ouiig man of tho villuge, and horot" Bho led him to her house. Ho was silent son p, strong enough to leuiove stiius even which I ate raw. Then fatigue liogun to tell UjI) Steliel vtiiiuietl to Intimnto na much, in capable upon me. nmugh fahion, to the Bill. '1 he following nil tho way, only holding her fast, feho, too, from character, a little lubb.-fvof lielng wpii'Wsl Into cut si' q a jiiinphig "On tho fourth day I trudged along weary lny his place in the boat was empty; ho wna hardly spo:;e. When they leached tho house, donkey and some .unuts! Ail HiesotolH! anddinpiiited. I knew tho Indians were not fcU-hU father tnid tlio truth wan, Hob sho noticed for tlio Hist time that liU clothes vTould not how his discolored face. Frotn were saturated, and nskwl tho ronton. Then Isiusht from vendiis. who sfiml ujion the git mg chase, but 1 didn't know how soon hit mouth quivered with lopretwsl miii, curb. New Yoik I might moot another band. I came to 11 ibnt time tho oiiiij; fellotvit held fchtdlow stream and waded across. sloof from ICntlo Mason. Hut hctwivn I.:iri whilo he tiiiswured: As I Tiiillo Liter Oil In Consumption. "Katie, tho slonu destroyed my lioat. sun t il to climb the bank was struck by tho vnd Chr.ntnph the old intimacy Ih'uiiii cnul- :. At the Colonial and Indian exhibition tur- nppc.triiiceof lucHoil. 1 scratched about a mil t 'hvd mo from the" wavis. but bo Thev went with nallv to diminish i. tle liver oil was shown niuoiig the novel medi- httl and found that gold was pHitiful, Tor and" liTllmt diinco. Whi) hhould Iks her flrit ' "im;U M """ "" cal commodities, together with several Wh..u'' he akeil, brentlileeslv. II while 1 iorgot nit lutiguonnd drove two I urtnerl lh.y disputoil long over it out of "1 could ii itn-.him," ho Niid, iilmot if th.it fuinous lejitile piesuuiably ttth'ktidouu lo indicate my claim. I slept tho and nt la't, with healed Mihiable fur iiitnlid diet, uud in i.uticuhir near lit Hint night, and when 1 awoko the ji; ; ,ili d to her to chooo between ' turtle ggs, the latter coiuiting entirely of sun was up, nml two lough looking white I hem. K.'.lio looked at them, nnd for tho After n few (layn the sen washed tho IkkIv yolk. In their mature state tho eggs hnvo n men, aimed with rillce, wore standing near llrsttime felt, n misgiving that if shochoso It wan tbe only sacrilico it tough skm and contain a while albumen nie. I tried to get up, but I fell back exii" tho other would bo deeply hurt. So sun of Ls.ijjin.bore. which does not become opaque w hen the eggs hausted. Tho men came forward and nsked Mill; "It niaki'inodiirerenco to mo which I Iiud doiimiiikil that day. I.im had no tainco with lliM.butif it is of so much no- - lents living, but even purontH could not lmo nro boiled; to obtain tho eggs without tho mo how I canio t hero and wh.it my business tint to on draiv cuts." They did n, mm bhrd uioio burning learn than Katlo nnd albumen the plan Is resorted to. it npeuisf, of was. 1 explained my eteajie from tho Inextracting them from the Interior of tho dians, nml tho'i they treated 1110 letter. They i.'liristopli was tho lucky one. While they Chriitoph whon ho was buried in tho little in whii h state these iimualtiieeggs nro picked me up mid carried 1110 to n small house wore K'ttllug the matter Kntlo lookeil on with churchyard. Tho thought of him, tho nbout that away. When they enai! a:f nt IndllVoieiieo, but her heart beat fast happiness noverhis sacrilico hnd teeiirul their of any one inch in diameter, nnd, iudeH'Uiliiit soiuo little left them. sHvial ell'ectoii the system, tiro tnuK-- her ImIicp, nnd when it tered tho ltouv nu Indian woman, who win decided Long after Katio went to (ho altar with a 1 ry ji ilnlable ni Hole of fixnl. The trot oil to U tlio wife of 0110 of the men, she alni-iiiiiconsciously sniilcd with ovident plwtiuv. l.nn saw it, uud from th.it day Chrlttoph, nml when they came from the turtle liter oil u giten in consumption intin 111 t iut 1110 on n few skins spread jimlousy began to tako root ileepir nnd deeper church their ilrst btepi wore directed to the stead of cod liter oil, aud U said to Ik) more upon the flour. A half breed git), tall nnd grave of I,:irs. Translated from tho Gorman agreeable than the latter when fresh; tho liaudtome, about 17 or IS years old, tho in Ids lienit, nnd t hero was no hick of occadoo coiniuouly ndin nistereil Is 11 daughter, was In tho house and paid scarcely sion lo develop it. alargrit Hcrnionsen, bv L. V. .st in'. threo times n day. I'liblic Ojiiiiion. Kntio's bistt friend, went trt tho altar to plight any attention to my entrance. 1 was feverI'nlvi-lsu- l The Ciiktmii. ish from hunger and wanted to gorge nt lwr fuitli. Katio was chosen to carry tlio 'J ho (lueeii of Sweden, Tho only custom which scums to bo l, once, but they gave me food in sm&ll quuiiti-tics- . wreath, nocutiijtaiilcil by Christoph. When nccurding to ;i i;eutloman who has l'liluting and (he reading of KnglUh Fur twoduyxl did not stir from tho l.if heaiil of it ho opposed it vehemently. Just commenced 11 trip n round tho world, Is ISoth joung moil grow violent, and only litunituro are tho chief occupations of house. In my 1'elirium I must have tobnciHi. In many places ho taw tho queen of Sweden. In weather that por talked about the claim I li.nl staked, f.ip as Uitio' ireaence at mind in doglarliig sho did Ihou-oo- f mits it she spend almost tho tvholo day in a soon ns I lieciuua lucid I noticed that 11 not wi-- h to go lo tho wedding pi evented per-li- n tho weed uoil by women ns much as by men. sort of oh(1i tunt, tvhero sho nrrivos nt 10 clmiigo had taken plneo iu the ieopli. I tho very worst outbrenkof IuVjias. Kverybtsly found smoking on tho streets of o'clock in tho tiioiuliig, lunches nnd dines and to play delirious in order to iliyt ver siuiitite sUmii of ringer. After that tho two avoided "Moll "lbiT iii miii'li n ij,lhli, but Kangutock, .Mich., during tho dry tpell was remains until nbout Co'clook In tho afternoon! their ilana, 1 ruvod nrd talked iucoheiei try under tlio ortlei-- of tho The tent Is quite open mi tho side facing th. and lluully criel mil: 'I'll come buck ud tougm to ! wit a K'tlie. ISncn know thai the liable to lie othi-i- ' Ivrtfl tho girl, uud both IsJiiiitlful lliihiro lake. Jfotv Yorlc Tpibuue work my claim.' I'olt secretly village counvil. 1 Witching tbu world ItU wonder. Thus, today, Watching tho crowding ieop!o la the. street, I thought tho ebbing and tho llowlntf feet Moved to n delieuto noiuw of rhythm alwsy ; And that I heurd tlio ycumltiic faces My, "Soul, sing inu ibis new songl" Tho aiitutca leavex - All liullol in tliu niiirTct of IU breaths, Ufo'H level foots nttalu a lyric mrcll, Ami liquid births up from looty death, groMntfts musical; to whom Katie's heart iiicitnen. Chritloph, tho calmer and more pelf potocsiyd, felt a silent, blissful happiness taking posses-lioof his heart whon the girl looked nt lilm with her hluo oyrn so sweetly ami kindly. Kam, inoro vehemont, bolioTod nt tlintu that Katlo lovod him, hor nianuer wan nlways so cordial. Hut, again, when ho saw her with Chrlstoph, a voice within told him that ho wai not tho fa voted one, bud ho suffered blttor torment. Bo it had gone on till tho overling when tho young fishermen returned together from tho shore. Christoph'e heart Unt fait ut conscious OX CITY SIDEWALKS. AS MER-PAVE. Florence Washing Machine, wuh.t ""' rl'11 ' "' tbe K'nrenc tvsabli g Mji'Mne auj am now prerare.1 to firnls'i all wnoinsf wish to , tbtlr clothes fr.i.i tho iillilmusnd t'arliniiiiclilimi to llieull iiroowwnl ''Htiittig .fateoiiu sml try tt sad U cjnriiited. "'" V'7 ..,H'"1 !"llrlL uul,!" TOU are lully si til fled ss tueriti. WV, SYRE.S. JA. O, OIVMSS n PEOPLE WHO THRIVE CHANT8 OF THE fiiinio of llio Tlioiisnnd mill Olio Itidll' tries Hint I)eieiul on tlio Whiins uud Wiat U5o for tho ropo If It lie not Ann? Till tho swimmer's grasp to tuo rook has clungf What help In a ronirade'H himle blast Wlirn the pull r,f Alpine height i is 0!t! What that the p nvi roll When I bo riinui r u.ifo lieyond tlio goal? Vi'lmt wort. i Is cul,' j 'a hi . ji!t-,- t hrtuth V.'hen Hlilp-rii- l in ,.r.M that nro hushel if d ith' No' nn' If you liavn hut a wor of lp 'i.U It. 'ilillo I am ill ho o In ai ' Marnri't J. Preston n-- ."IV AYREScS: GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 341 Klltli Notsry Public Htrtet, El lleadniurteisst tj.s. Myers' smra. KIN, JI. I LOUIHVIM.K, Itnim.t and - - ICV. (I'iS'lj.) 6, CrumlK Kloelc E H.FOX, O.WII.Iali, it li'tt-mt (nn HHii iipublic ei jtuiMHluth. 111 PEARSON & CLARK, 11 I't KV. ,, I) Wholesale Grocers ' lli 10 r it"-- l Hi . tI, ,..,! I r iriiin fii'uurspusti lif.it zi lam erer irf, r "it'i Bin iiieiurrs .s.ul.il.iciliu guar inline oppo-si- t ' LEXINGTON, KY. IU As 1 t WomI J'i.1 1 Muiii in .i'i)ot. lioust-keepci-- Livery, Trainhig, SALS STABLE prv.ru lenu, - FimmL ! I HAHTEE'fj in-e- . list!' , r. n t the sUl.lo. .11 flpri't mr..rr ,., to CHICKEN r. nw r.avma'.L oiiinj riiiiri .lsy ra.t c.l'i lu.l stauioid, Kf nbil i.rvak h'iries oil Cholera Cure! how-eve- r, 1 de-vel- IjONJlOA'.KY. it! it'rs nml rensoiiiiM,. prh'OH - nlslieil lliriiuuliiMil I' . II. RILKY, Proprlolur. I tioriiutil.t Item. tilled unit Xtlur. i liny a:nl ululit lulus i.rc mel hj- polite I'orlcrs nt llii liopiilitr Itonse. j;. u first. class I'nre r if WILLIS HOUSE, "ni s' , 1 innniMi k r J. B. WILLIS, io'l Proprietor. For a good Table AtjilcliAD sr .1 well furnliW inomt, ttii lluiei -ha n"iui"fior. ainpln rr')aiittai:hsl. e4Kiitcs;ji) Mtt day. Vul-l- y " . o led-klu- MffiiliiaT!RRY. IsiiiilosiT "11 pre-on- i" in j.-- ir 'j Mi 11 (ri.iu line ol ftprlui; luilniK ad ai.il ThoLatt hiiJ i' le Novelties of the Se.ison. neti 'Iivt the r nut! AIM) N PltOI.V (IK i!ii at!, lOMm i Hi. Uairto nn-h- h.uutn. t'rsi, Ulul IIhii.Ik MiiiM-thiui- r li.ll? ITIl)t;i: uttle, etc Yo'i atalrt.l iiy fm to til" Myer lti)u. t I. "' hi..f l'..lli.. ntti-a.tiv- Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively nres it hasbeen made, and to be con- inced of its efficacy only requires a trial A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it lo the undersigned ind our money will be refunded. 50-ccntwo-third- s Forsalo by McRotn-rt- i A Majg, Stantoiri. lt. , To ths Citizonlof Linoola Couuty:, le.i-r- t it .,..,. 1 ,.-- ii liei-sel- 1 1 iol '"xf lieiosno .sunfid tbr w. leir any Mil; tn .iuai i'iq Mliiy 01 t!oi . - minw the clttz"is ol tiiiu.lbave tn.,.,i piUj. r, i,u t0 I'Mt OPtreand s'Jtlaln Uie jiinn iVe wlib 1.1 I wnum It miy (oicirii iht wn are In tne H.im ii arket u buy jour what sni corn and mil nl. w.its Hire the bb;aettiiircsl pit lor sine. Wo svetiidid some ut ir i.u.hiu. rj- 10 our eorn aieal ilrpsriiatiit and em now make mel in suit ny Mill In !ron Utiiiuot b'j .iJii.l py Hi' ti.'.t) ij WhuIi it a trll luour Hmr a J tnenl lipanuftii. AlilisTlaj raln In our Hue lor le will pleiimtrli at Mill, where our si. b fomj n si' tliu s, who will ni.-- ihn sint ties d ship riuM nlwatii In piu a 1. rsjine In-unj-dlh'11 e 1 llsvm ..M.in.i-- i rt.liae ttul'er Mill In ' L.&N Louisville & Nashville R, R. run mbi;ai ; . THROUGH TRUNK MNE TO Tin ' 1 ,,), i tf II. .V. Jlsuloid llill. r Mm t'o. I'liTlH, .i,i't.. ! SOUTH & WEST TllH -- ui(!.s.niiis s atiemm-- i Oo.l- - t. Aotio wn.il il :, Pullman Palace Sleepers. i d. . e MISS SALLIE HARRISON, AKeuct hh , roroi'ti. 1 . il - . W,, .1,. j lire hi .v s., r . ,) r.i-,- .1.1 i i,,. a. r .1 a a .ill crJ. 1 to I'urrlis'lnit IU Vtlnulii, in, .tloiiiplilM, 1 v,e v lre (els pj-l l i.u li Tfr 1111 iu tk u t li-- is-i- eh tn .', 0"i c ulil ivluli The e iiu esiH'Ciallr .ui If ,11 s t r t.etty el Ineti l'.inilture, Car. at u hrPfiupi, $l. HlxmilWC nil,. , Alolllle mill .Suit Orll'KIlM. Uulronc cnii to ihlnte In ICOt'K. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRA NT feeklLg lion AC, g tr s on the lire of tuls epei'lal 'Hies "rfee Agents of ibl ( ejpt-j- rtte lor IU icccln nil's, toutsi C I' . i"i:t., 11 s.iI ti. I'.a i:a., IiutsTllle, ICy 1 llsi ' ' rMftk i I 1 m. 111 4 s ' 'It e 55 13s - as S,oN h t jn 'liexicarc w O , thoa-proachi'- ig turn "n O Li " Ja c kC Wmm iiemenf OXTXII3S 5;Iatica, Lumbago, Rhenrantism, ' ' I , PRESBYTERIANS Who do not ttko tbo Kt.-.r- li.vler, ihoulJ IlcrnM ami I'res- - 3clds, Bites, n.-als- lirnfi ting, Scratches, Sprains, Strains, Stitches, Contracted Muscle;, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Gctow Worms, Swinnoy, Saddlo Galls, Piles. STAND-BY StiffJoict, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. 1 Five Samplo .'.-.- A. copy of Unit rnper and a bMuliIi.i d FOR SEND .Slniiip. One-Cen- t Bcnionr, Coma, prop-nrntio- THJ3 GOOD i ' OLD iiiig, 1 Calendar for 1888 Sizs 'ix6'a inches. Orsend nnmrsand niMrratpaof ten or in r of ilinoroiit (tiiiillln Mho il.i Hot now tuketho paper. nnd rsccltetheOal-iiir nnd ssmpls copy freo. Semi ul oiu-e- . llentlon name of church and patter, sudsiy wbtreynu siw thin. AiMrm mil-nm- l, lllilt.VI.I 17J ELU AM) IMtKMIYTRn, ilBtIT, ClSCI.S.NATI, O. r d t 1 ARBUCKLES' guarantoo of oxcoller.co. namo on I a paokago of COFFEE U i ul ARIOSA COFFEE is kopt in all atoros from the Atlantic to tho Pacinc. ftrst-c'.ass COFFEE is never good whon oxposed to Eoalod Otf E POUND PACKAGES. eoonomy. fimpll3l.es foreterybodyesnctlytvlintlsclJlmed f it. Ouoof tborcatoinforthesront popularltyol t: e Muttnnz Liniment It found In Its univereiil nppllcnbllllr. Everybody needs such a medicine. Tbo Iiiiiiibri'iiinii neoli It In ease of noeldsm. Tbe llmiHett Ifo neids tt for Kcncralfauilly use. T be ('iinuler nccU It f r bis tenins ami hU me 1. Tlio .llerbiiiilc needs It always on bit wor V.eh. '1 bo Ztlluri needs It Incasoot emergency. Tbe l'loiiocrncedslt cau't get along tvttbout It. Tbe Turnier necdj It In I.U bouse, hU stabl.-- , cut hit stocl: yard. Tbe Stcntnbont mnn ortbo llniitiiiim ntc-:! liberal supply olUat end nsbore. needs it It It M liei Tbo lloise-funcl'rli-nand fafett rcllanee. Tbe StocU.si'otver cenls U It will save lilm theusamts of dollnrs nnd a tvoi Id of trouble. Tbo Ittillrotul nmu needsli au.l will need It so I' uk as bis life Is a rouud of acvl.tontsnmt itsgiri. Tbo nncktvooiNiniiii ueodslt. there It It as an itntldoto for the ilangrr to life, limb and romfort which surrouwl tbu pioneer. Tlio iMe rob nt n.x ds it atsMit bit store among hl employees. AeoMrnt will bsptKii, aud when tbesoconiutlio Jliistsnv Llntm.-i.- t Ij wanted atowo. Keepit UutiljIiitU' Mouse. IU tha onstof er noth-Irllk- e 11 niT-wte- s 1 ItslmnneJlat Keep n Uiillle In'lbe the air. In oasu of r.ccljmu ssv.t. pnln um lain f wage Always buy this brand iuhermotlcnlly ue 1I111 SinLlo fur Keep a Uonle Alimvi In uso tvbeu tvu'iifil. V $mi-WittU- $ $nimor$ournaI - - November 4. 1887 Stanford, Ky W. P. WALTON. GEORGE O. BARNES GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE IIIA.ISE THE LOUD. North Fairmount, Cincinnati, Oct. O 24, 18S7. North Ftiirmount i mUamatic auburb of that metropolis known a'Torkopolis" in the daya when grunting awine wandered unrebuked in the treet, and aaucily rooted between the lei: a of pe i estriana for tho gutter garbage. At last the biped rebelled and the icrunleM were banished. Yet the city ia not clean Nay, since Pittsburg washed her face and put on gaeeoua air, she can even fairly apire to the position vacated by that Queen of Smut as the dirtiest city on the continent. One looks upon the color of the water in the ba sin, after the 10th ablution of the day. with wonder not unmingled with dii;iit, and eays, "Can I be so dirty a wretch a that?" Ooce upon a time, when coal smoke war) unknown in that vicinity, the Indian pitch ed his wigwam, beside the loveliest of meandering streams At the bottom of the densely wooded dell, the half river, half streamlet now called Mill Creek wound its babling way, to yield its modest tribute to the broad Ohio tide To look upon its slugpoisoned and pointed waters from ce pool, gish with foetid draining cattle-ya- rd and piicsiy, one could hardly believe it to haye been, in its earlier hixto ry, exquisite for beauty or crystal for clear At present it is merely the foulest of ness open drains, breeding malaria and mosqui toes. The hills along this once beautiful stream are being so cloven and gashed, to yield building sites and material for vast fillings elsewhere, that they are torn to pieces, recognition, as the great, dirty city en crotches on them. Up the C.H.A D. R R., which follows this Mill Creek valley, the hills, as yet untouched, show what the ones, so grievously marred, once were. Beautiful, billowy masses of foliage now, with gorgeous autumn tints crowning them bo gloriously. George Dunlap has a mission church in North Fairmount, and his energetic friends Norris, of the stock-yard- s; Brooks, uf Camp Washington; and the Shermans, of Falrcrount, uphold his hands most effi ciently. Wife and I were the honored guests of the latter dear lamtly, and made acquaintanceships that will, we trust, ripen into lifelong friendships. Nothing could exceed the courteous attentions of ineee kind entertainers, and ire spent a moit hap py week at their cituge on the hill. The girls were across tne stock-yardat the Hackett flouae, which is kept by a from Jessamine county. They too Tne lit were moat hospitably entertained, tie ball where our meetings were held was only capable of holding 200, jammed; and was not once filled to Us utmost acapacity Folks from the city decline to come to the malodorous vicinity of the etok yards, and the folks of Fairmount don't generally "take stock" in religion. It would have taken a solid month to "work up" a "good meeting;" and a month we did not have to Southern spare from our work. The dear people who came all got blessing, and the interest was growing slowly but steadily when we came away. I am glad we weut. It will be a help some of these days, when the dear LORD bids us besiege the unclean, wicked, but still most attractive city ot Cincinnati. I believe He baa "much people" there whom our simple gospel will reach and bless. We have been in North Fairmount just a week. We all bad a little touch of Mill Creek miasma in that time, but all were healed by the good LORD in the simple way of Uis own appointment a drop of oil and a word of prayer. Dear Interior: rus of disapprobation refused to take such a commonplace as breaking a positive enBut I wa gagement into consideratioo. "chilled steel" and carried the point, leaving promptly at 9:30 Wednesday A. M. The run from Louivill to Paducah 220 miles was quite a surprise to us all. The C A O. road is perfectly equipped and the emigrant travel that so norelv oppresses the raMern division ceaae at Louisville, by branching off on another route. Travel, in a parlor car, with reclining chair, over biautifully smooth road, lake oil' the wet rf edge of a wandering life to a marvellous degree. Such wan our comfortable lot on the C. A O. out ol LotiUville. Tne scenery crowing Miildraugli'-- Hill i exquisite mm! the whole route through undulating oak forest a perpetunl feai to the eye, with October glory upon everything. Some, of the trees, notablv the willow, and witWriMk, are quite green yet, while the sweet kiiui, the beech and whltn and red oakt, are splendor. Somt- - look ablate in many-tinteso crimson red that one should think blood drops mint need follow a puncture. I never saw finer autumn linen than this one has brought with it. One is templed to eentimentalize indtfinitely over them. Our good friend, Mr. Rowland, who, hearing a sermon or two in Frankfort, in viled ih to Paducah, uiet us at the depot, in company with hi partner In the real rotate and insurance binriue, Mr. Pnieheiri, and we were soou at our quarters in n comfortable a hotel as a weary treler could wieb for. Mr T. is a nephew of our good Mrs Trueheart. ao well known in Stanford I think people who have such attrc "f names tostart with have ne advinii-g- e mad il the us common folk. Tne very I shou d syllables hta in inapiritini think, and a nam lik "Truheri" otijiit to be a talimtn to guard tne life from lo thoughts and aspirations. Gko O. Barnes Eer in Je-d At New Burlington, Ind., Ped Shelck-le- y shot and killed his father-in-law- , Jameo A Carey, and then hlew out his own brains. IIIocmM.ciI YenrlliiK Nicer f New Photograph Opooalte Female work. Cablneta tiallory ! and examine Cam to my (arm ahout the middle of Auguit. Owner can Ret him liy paying for thl notice and hoard otateer. tl. It. IUH.T.VI.A If, 275-t- Near n'aluut Flat. CoIIi. I f antced. 277-tl er Jokii. Call tiatlslacllou my Rliar J. 11. V.t I'Ij, t'hoiotirapbtr. Ariiiiiiii.Hlruior'.s Male! Administrator ol (1. W. Kin;, tecad, I will fell on thvprrinlaca .1 tiitlra north oK'rab Or cbard, on the l.ancaitor pike, on Aa PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTS & STAGG, THAT havi: H. THE C. JOHNSON, BOOT & SHOE MAKER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1887, The Following Property: 33 head & WWM &8S08V HEBBEE or I U now prepared with a good itock ami an additional workm in to do auy kind of work In hit lint, promptly and In the brat manner Olio aim a trial, Miop on Lancmier itreet cftltps, ('") frnltng cattle, 2 milrh cowl, brood man In foal tir Walker' 'I Mirk. lug cillt, 2 year obi colli b j- Maiuhrlno Ring, I p.itr work mul-- a, JO rationing hog, ot of and pig';!)! Inube'a of corn, tu ImtheU uai; A utarkt uf ha) , too hic( of fodder wagon, buggy, forming uteiitlla, Ac extra I Mimetuer OiUf. - ntra good Watches, Clocks, Je?irelry and Silverware, Having securdthe aprvices of (J. F. KENT, a praotical Watchmaker with many years' experience, all work will be done with neatness aud dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles aid Eye Glasses to suit tho eye. dition, A llilU tor tlilt udvMtlni owner can rH her ly pay Hi tlscmenl and tho kwpliu ol ner. A 277-- U oor Mar', tl or In jeannld. in ago. concame tu iuj farm ahout 3 The wki t, I. KS It KAXI.Ki, Tho Farm of Throo Hundred Acres Uroiie an I With a So I)wellf tiuproieiuunta will hi rente tne 1 1 For DFtoiat;. lr a 1 btaiilnrd, Kjr. ir IHt tine4try A DctiraMe Z)kWi'h' Houe and Store Iloom in iltutonrtlle. "hero la alao a On IUnnlln atrn-t- , near Mall), UanlfU and tilable. It la a Tiry autiable place to on or a llr run a nuall atore. Call For DR. S. 3Fl.eri.-t- - Tltam- - AH aums ol 110 aid unler, caah In hand life that amount aired I ol alx moot',,, it land well aeurHl, taya oo In I'aruiera m tliinal Hank, ntanford, K m-V. J KIXfl,Amr H rfl PUBLIC SALE MILL & STORE PROPERTY I 27tlt vti as. ii.llustontllle, Ky iiisiioi: C. td 3 ! Physician DAVIS, anil Surgeon, Drug More will ell at public auction on the pmulc, on Thursday, Novombor 17th, 1887. devrtlnd real eetate, altuated on the Nntlli i:olllng fork ot sail Hirer, 1' mile Irom uraTei Bwitcn Mauoii, on tne Miuxillle iiranrrt of the L. A N It. t( , In Marlon Com ty, K y he The following 1 G Mt. Vornon, Ky. Office next door to Whitehead' ie u, IN MEMORIAM pt s Ken-tuck- itn cold-weath- In Lincoln couotv, Ktntuckv, Octob.r 7th, 1S87, at hie home near Dix river, Da lor it: vid Spoonamore wa called to his reward Vm. Daughertj, J. W. Wallace. Dr. Bourne, Mne, many days Mrs. . I' "alter, A. C L. L, Hill IVralna, L,wia alier Peacefully he fell Dawaon, C. Van nor, Dudderar, J. K. Lrun, sufiering and eariome nights of pain. Mra. Auiauda Peak, (ieorge Peyton, Alex tlolu-law- , of C. O. Flelda, Alhart Oim leu, lm Italnea, It, His was alonglifeof 77 years, charcterir.sil K. Harrow. A. M. Keland and inanr othera. Jf. ti HIS, by energy in buino, honesiv in all hia Headiiuarttra at ti.S. Mtera'ator void of conscience transaction" and a toward all men. He did not wait to make his peace with God until his last ill ness. For maoy jears he had been a mem ber of the Methodit Church and loved lis ordinances. When bis feet touched the cold waters of the Jordan he was not a'raid. but looked beyond to the heavenly city that hath foundation-- , whose Maker and Builder isGjd Full of years, with the blissful hope of immortality, he has been gathered to his fathers. The dear ones he left behind mourn not as those without hope. The devoted wife who walked by his side 53 years can look forward to a reunion where separations uever come and death is unknown. The sufiering of this preenl life U not to be compared with the exceeding great reward God has prepared for His faithful followers. The trials of earth come to all, but the redemption through Christ brings the promise ol glory hereaf er, and God's children, with an eye to the recom pence of the reward, pais through earth's atllictioos with cheerful submission. While our home may be dessolaied and our hearts bereaved, It i not long -- the end wi come the sorrows will be passed and broken families attain be united. Let not the bereaved heoris ot wife and children dwell upon the loss o husband and lather, but think of him an happy in heiven, free from n I forstcicness, free from care and irial ever with the Lord. Let them remember that there is now, "One more at home! That home where separation cannot be, -1 are; A '.". a'orr Frame Orlat aud Flourt- c M It. with Sprclal attention glriu lodtaeaaol chl.drrr. Haw Mill attache), ! am power, doing a gmu I (;-- 1 f a tiw Maine ineaa ami in goo.i running older .Score bitldlng, liiia feel, a I'j atory Frame Dwdllng. alx iixitua, nail p alalia tint dowii, two alalrwata, ju.l clateru at the door Tw Ttno- ment llouaea. a ko1 Frame H rn, with ataliiliv , of for 8 heed ol hor ev oin I'rlh lor VK) ell the I have bought the rluht to Machine and am now prepared tn tarnish Corn, and other building not hrre mentioned, Hn , Acreaol Land. OMte or lea may wlah to aara tnelr clothe fri-- i the all who rubbing and tearing tnclden to he ulJ pr ih,tmiI The abore proerlr la worthy th alt.utlon uf Take outi and try It aud t connoted. wnanlng go nixn or low, bu j era, aa am UelertulneJ to not worry you nlwut buying utile, you are a. I Hate liilereoa In iiia thai demand mr u I'll merlta lull; sail Bed aatu For furtner panlruur, call attention moliale Tne ucderalgned, haTltig purchia.1! the Floretice on the own, r. wno wilt he lound at home uu Waihlog Macnliip, and alter a thorough trial, we and rialuruaT of each weea or ad Ire a take pleaaure In adding our tertlMiouy a. to lu III II h. I A- - HfHI.UA X,ety wurtn,and wiinout Deaiiation prouumrej it auc Leliauon, ceaa In erery particular, doing all that 1. claimed Ato a I , tiroTriuenl o n 9? 3 I ? CD - u- Florence Washing Machine. Moreno-Waablr- g bar-el- V-- 1 ai-- 1 1 1 Ml-da- 2 o CO 11 f I t - l H- CD O CD O t t C Stockof Merchnadtie at Private I V i a Will liiToice b"l ween $ fkM and J&.oO,. or uo.l 111 n aeparkte the alova lo autt purchax-- r made kno wu ou day ot aale Sale will imuiuence I o clock. at II Urarel awiii t. Ky T.,! J. C OLiZKiiaooK, Auctloaeer w, 3 J llilt'l'l', a rK H. C. RUPLEY, ,ni:il'II4VT T4II.OIL I BUY (GROCERIES OP bate recelted and .till rereUlnj New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising the beat In the market, which will be Gotton Dp in Stylo and Mukn Sooond to Nono in City or Country JU. tt is Triial. WEAREN & MENEFEE WtMKKNKBNEMKBBEM T. R. AAALTON coiti:it That home where none are tulaaed etera ally Lord J emu grant us all a home with Thee, At boms In heaven. " Astronomers ray that on or about the 13th of this month the earth will pass thro' the meteoric belt and a brilliant display may take place, tqiialing if not surpassing the great event ot the kind in 1833 And this reminds us of what our father used to tell of it. He was sleeping with another little brother, James, and on awakening and seeing what looked like thousands of stars falling, he became alarmed and tried to arouse the other sleeper, who half open ed his eyes and remarked, "Oh, go to sleep boy; that's the way the stars go down eyery morning." Bro. Reck, a preacher belonging to the conference, Cincinnati Methodist has been convicted at Oedarvill', O , of stealing from one of his members. Wnat a n is a preacher would want with a hard to conjecture, unless to throw at the sleepy members of his congregation when they are inclined to venture into the Lmd of Nod. flat-iro- n flat-iro- MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. A.NJL GETTHK KY. OCT. 27, 1887. We came from Cincinnati via the Short Line. It may be "short," but it is any thing but "sweet;" for I have not in my travels met any so jerky, bumpy, rol Iickingly drunken a railway as this The old "Erie" was Romethiog like it, in reck lessnesa ot speed and sharpness of turnings, But for attempts to jump the track without quite making it, commend me to the Short Line, between Cincinnati and Louisville. "Can you lodge four Barnes1?" we telegraphed Pat Joyes, our friend of 40 odd years. "Yes! Come along! Glad to have youl" he wired bacE, and the dear old boy met us at the station with bis hearty grasp and unchanged aOectiouate ways. In a quarter of an hour we were at 632 Second street, which poured out its inmates in tu multuous welcome to greet uh. For about five minutes, according to immemorial when we enter Pat's house, every living soul of us, big and little I bad almost said yells at a very high pitch of voice, regardless of everybody else. Questions and answers there are, but to the general observer it is simply Babel these old time greetings. After awhile we quiet down; consent to take chairs and talk like ration al people. Our stay at Pat's was all too short, I was voted a tyrant of "moat hideous mien," in view of a firm purpose to be oil to Pad. ucab on the next morning's train. I could hardly do otherwise, seeing I had sent a telegraphic appointment, which I could not, decently, cancel. But the female mind it in no wise logical, and the feminine cho us-sg- Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur oys, Phaetons, Spring "Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Enginos, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock ol Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever.'be: fore, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, All ol work guaranteed as ropresei.'ed. Prices to suit tlie times." We can sell you as good vehicles u uiiy dealer or iiiniiiiliicturor and for as little money. Come and see our fine assortment before It is broken. J. IS.4JKi:i:.V. AkI., HiiMtoiiTllle, Ky. WEAREN & MENEFEE. L.AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train going Norm- ' " " Boutn ixpttu train" Houth Local . .... .. 1 The latter trains alto carry psuwngera. rheaoveli calculated uu unuura time. Holar U aals about 20 uilninet mater , " Freight ' " 11 North North Houth 2 03 p. at 31 48 a. I 50 t.M 6 35 a. u 0 65 A M r.u K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. m. A Bti rienno MtenfooB Ml iHnfUflfe j r Sii We dtalre lo (all your attention to uur frrah and - Tralni leave Itowland at 5 and 7:20 a. Hamming, airlveat 6and 8:55 r. u, LOCAL HOT ICES. V--wV.' L'O, f I" Buy your school books and school sup uiuuo, n.nr.N .' i uoiuo. plies from A. R. Penny. !rf.eNTV.'d -VV 'A Ask your grocer lor the Cincinnati UnH . "V atiurately ompoiinded. PbTalclana' preacrlpilona king Co.'a crackers and cakes. C i? V 'YM .Alao aHaortawTC eALA , amalsK-VTO- y W atciies and Jewelry repaired on ahor ITIiiaiaai'l T" ThieTi. aa &fL JaiJrSTr" totice and warrauted by A. R. Penny. A completk stock of jewelry, latest A, tyle. Rockford watches a specialty. The Largest Btook of Watches, Olooka, R. Penny. Jewelry and Silverware The firm of Penny & McAlister having dissolved, the accounts are ready for settle titer bought to tbla market Prlcta Lowor tliau the Loweat. Walchea, Clocka and Jewelrr Rement. Come at once and settle. You may f? ...vya wtotj-"- " Br w-.- PHAEMACIST. --RnnlQ Qtatifinprvj and Cd&i yto)) cJ' wuunw, vi rnnno AetinloO nxai.au in-..--. Complete Line of Groceries oriry dscrlitlou,whlcli n keep cnnatan'ly on hand, and a.k you to cntnpand ixarolielt aa wh t, - rauuj Oni" 5?5toel of" Which no retail houae can cninpete with. While you Ilfxi-clvai-- e mind, ne will ahow you th '&iVh Oliver Chilled ami Imperial Plows, We are agenta for, the lxat In the market; alto the JEWELER- uWr'tVTswi?itga'VJ-i?aCWllale..iuV.V3 IMPItOVED WATER ELEYAVOft, Horaatblnij now and iiotoI and the tlneat thing of the kind lu uae. In our linn of Ileal Ini; and Omk In Heating htuvea ai htuTea, we (ail idiaaeihe moat faattdloualp liolh irltpe ami make, and , anil In fail we wlah toahow ycu aometlii Kexieilent, UKourauw keep Mum, Cement, hall, la ararculy atiythlni wo harn'l Kui that la aiiythinx nour our line. Coimi In whim you are In thee Very truly, town and wo ahull he delluhted to mako It pleaamt nr toii ().itjj ,t save cost. paired on abort notice and Warranted. UOVKUIt A KUIGUX.