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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887111101 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. &p mnt VOL. XVI. COCK A J'tffl Ml jmtefiif ftmftial STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1887. NO. 280. con-ata- ' I have received from James Maret the Mr F. G OlJutt has sold his farm in prospectus of hi new paper. I wiah him himpuon county and come to Boyle county IW0S nbiihtUiit aticcej in hi new venture and to live. He nnd family will live for the from hi ability a a new gatherer be will pieeent with hi brothers the Messrs. Tiik election new in good enough lo edit a newsy paper. Mock. Ik valubring din our rooster, hill ns spare A negro woman was jailed here a few Dick Benny, a colored boy who has day ago, charged with Mealing a goltl already eerved a year tn Ibe penitentiary able and lit i it very large bird, we have (o watch Irum Lin Hudson, of lower Garrard. on Wednesday evening went into Marks' content ouraslte- - with pimply giving the A negro boy wa jnled Wednesday for uierctiani tailoring establishment and alter " ruwa, wild mi occasional "Praise the Lord ALL SORTS AND SZES. aultin old mm Alva I'ii!liu,of the Paint being shown some goods lingered near the Of comae, l lie in nt internal haa centered In Lick neighbirhood Mr. l'alliu wae not frontdoor while Mr Mark retired to the Hen. li S (lanoanltl a aijiall tract of much njured. New York mid ehu ha done, herself proud, rear ol the store. Watchine a omul rhmra Tin: IbQ'ure room of ui ue-- I'renhyteri-aland in IS Kirhon at f 100 Jtme Harvey Brown, the popular to open a drawer and taking out a yest, tbe I'n tor i fao'. ntir deniocrttin Stale c mrci it roriiilt)te and Ihe lira! armr conn y attorney of Garrard, wa married on private property of Mr Mark, he put C'liilland Cileman and Mi Lula Wal it will b held Smday. I l INK '.S feel with llrki, from Ibe Serretiry ill Slate, down to Wedne-dn- y at Mt. Vernon to Mia Cleo under ins coal and started out. Mr. Robert ler were unmet in surveyor ia efecte I by from 25,(M In HO.. ceiluu; and i neatly finiahed with daughter of D. N. Dunn, the clerk, thought hi movement William, the hand-nin- e I he county of Union refused by .100 (MM). Fred Grant, wlinin the republicans a imitated w tiiwo iitn.', id tiler and p tint. William', B q. The happy pair came uspiciou and following the mj irity to adopt prohibition, alter a bird once to this ray and haye lakeli room at of Miln and Third street him to him corner -- weep the Kl.tle at because he thought woulrt The carp9t, nearly new. and Ihe old pwa saw throw Mr M B Holme'. fitflit on Ixith aide. Ihe vest down and run. He was pursued li t mi of tin father, was placed it Um will he uetl and tbe whole will PERSONAL. C. W Sweeney bought Tueaday a line hai' way down the rquare after he reached J. K. ISruce aold to and L. Lo head of their tiok"l, hut he. waa ro severely 'pr.aat.in dog, which tni'al, well lluhteil and Vnillateil room lor gan ri head ol feeding Itihert lo Walnut Kkv. II. C MuiutiiMiMa on n vttil lo ottlle weii,'iin4 1,'JtSO '"Foxy " The priceanswer wa tbe25name of leading street whenof he rHn up the alley snowed under a In elleolively kill any Hi prayer mvetin antt S imiay-achoopaid The lo the rear tent. the Episcopal church. III friend here. pound al3 ctrils John ISrewtr recently bought a hound pup, Mr Dunn ran alter him and ran bim tie ti tuHi tin m 17 nam rial a a vice pre-- i only oliectioii fi it i intt it i rather I) F. Tittle nnd Mia Karah, daughter for wmch he paid S1). Tnere i nothing around tne Mil Kii VVu.KKK,of (iarnrd, i chtircti twice, when Dick pimpilvmial i'itniy. In the oiiy nl New York am ill, IhOiuh Mek Hillmiu ami olhera g of dog. It i ed the fence and entering Richard Foley's William ISroughton, Mr. J, (J. Ilaya, married on the ike encouraging the x democratic h witt oo.OiltJ, inin claim that it l plinty larti true they kill the sheep of the country, but kitchen, ran through the house, coming out -- MiJuma ISkadi.kv, of Huaionville, lOlh near Crab Orchard over the election nl Hill of 7,0311. The that i of little consequence. on Main street. From there he ran over I r turn out ih it the rtnd jury did in wa (i il Uonper. Married on the lOih, M'. John Mo-e- r r Htwiry Gsairge Stale ticket out hut n poor Denny, colored, prepnted him an I diet l)r IS itirne f ir iIim whukf, wniori in Mi-- a Ddlie Mi'Kei.zie, hoth of the self bsfore Citinly Clerk Tom Wherrilt a WicklifJ- - front was Just entering Harrison F. B Samimon, aecretary of the Alt.-uiocale when Mr. V. G. Marks tiim, rroeiviiik' le vniea in ihe entire lut ooctHtoned nine i c uimn', he wa Wavrialiiirg neighborhood. an applicant for marriage lirene, armed caught him and de ivered him to the offC imI (Jo , wa in town VVediieaday .mi t linn it got in the city alone a jcr J V McWaoi.TKK.nf (Jaaey county, leader anil mapitleiu the otut of proNear K'niMville, yeaterday, Mr. Jame wii' Ihe following: "November the Dili, icer. He is now in jail awaiting trial, The. prnhlhillun IWO win alan n I to certy fi that thia ia given d lOUir II Utah and Mia- - Matlie, daughter of Sam 1847 thl one ol our bett pttroii", wa llil hibition. A rapirtar ctllo I on n here CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. In New York ci'y ry small aide fiom under mv hand and i am the wido and ked him in reird t J it lit iya he Kid, were united in matrimony, Make i am Willing to join thia man Iraac Fellows, tllnl riot attorney, waa elected over wrek. ISoiu the pubiiu uuu nigh school are in -- M. Kthuahipped from Piria Ihla week denny. Mil lATr WooiHON and bride have did ell a ujtnp.iuiid of wntaK ami itmcer Katv Make." Niooll by r.n overwhelming majority, which a nourishing luuui.iuu auu ine leacbers are 301 lit otitic, averanu alnut 1,000 Ib. returned and taken rouni at the Myer ao lrocit ol the I titer t to rnn it enurd MT VERNON, ROCACASTLE COUNTY. i a decided hUck eye the New York all giving eiiiiro eniliLCtluu ly until for a boverae. ''You may call me ud tniiiht in about lj .Mr. li. W Juinea nas teen quite sick Kentuekian. ICiWW, whioh lii every ellorl lo heal Hullae Bigs are retailing m 15 cents, for the past wetK. Mloa lieaUregrd Smart l'ii! Mrfthodiat preacher of Cleveland Mil. J. F Watk.iw ha. been down with n crank," aald he, "bui I am no fiol ami hi in. Dtfia& While are remodeling their is able to be out agaiu, alter n weeK's Illwould not monke with wmaky whii I wrote to the governor of Illiooi to let the And Old Virginia, Ond ble tore house. her, senda the bilimia fever (tr aevertl day, hut ness. Mrs. Joe Kniueiiari aud Aire. Kate have neither ; 'eminent n ir uiiny u law lake it cmr-- e with the anarchist. Jack amgleton and Mis Rebecca Hop Egbert are aiej on tuu sick list. She haa pipe-- i out tlmo-- l i goo I h report 1 I ein't Top dedtrati in of the lireckinridge per were married Saturday, Mimm K unci A J. SruoMAMoiie, who cenae prive out of thia caa, I Mr. W.A Carson nas bought out Mr. hi) n ie;ilium in which thn democrat James C'roucber and Bennett Juplin D C Payne's grocery store aud will confor a lulu lime, made hope the o uirt will jive me the aeerel innniinitut at Lexington wiil occur next will have three fitirtha of the member in ha been a to join u tinue ibe business at n,e same place, on the penalty under me I tw, t well i to all otb Wedne-daIC1I1, wilh imposing cerenio-m- e left lor Hell county Wednesday d iIih Seriate nnd natrly in Ihp Ua a pleaaant call tbla week and pud Ijr surveying curt near 1'iueyille. corner ol Main and Stanford eiieeU er violator." another year lloil-Tina iii-- h r t it gentleman nnd a Owiiik- - to uelay 111 uinterial the Moun Alter delivering KlCilAKI) llUHNKTr and family, (leorge Fox, 'Oi of the county clerk of tain isiynal will probably not make it ap sennone, Kev. J Q an excellent eerits of Mil The tlun; mil timt l)r Cirpamer deuiocrttto atioceett K.tldleheigrr in Ihe Montgomery closed ihe ho iiiove I here Iron Wiyn meeting at the Cunstiau church last Sun-da- y oounly a by M U iited Sitlet S mm and hurie M thiine Itelle i II lithe lor performing Ctark, tried 10 gel on a moving freight pearatice before Saturday evening. -- Our of Uncle iiilnrmant a to night ippi thtl I lie butiarda wi n't lie able to 'nil yer or iw'i ao,ttiiriii whici ll.ne lliey the operation ol nerve atretnnini; for out irtin ai Wlncheler and hail one of hi legs Simeon D'tniev's birthdaythe date days ot). fession and with four hdduion; one by conwna 30 turee muted wttu tne church. Ulde llltMT pletlllt ia iciai o , le't till let, whereby ahp claimt to have lot the out oil. Pratw t'ie liird! 1 1 u me him. on Dec. Silt tne ed ol Nov. 8th, The baptizing took place in me lake at the Mr IS W. Oniion, a druggit of Chat-'a- n uae of her le, whiuh bsao 1'fiern wat oji hopf t'itt Lotfrlni;, Hip week in unke ihe'r h un in 'mr ieter nI Oir jailer will horily dedicate tbe Springs. oa, and Mi O 1I11- -, the very pretty new j nl by giving a grand dance to lake John IJ Fipii, q , ot I'meviile, i laal wee(, did not retc i the one iltijn ol thr Mrs. VV F. Kennedy, Mrs J. T. Hig-gin- s, crippled Hildit-- r nnd dpuu rraiic notmnrp daughter of Mr Dtvn! B .Ijtnk-- , were place 111 the upp-large room of the jail Mr. J. W. HrooK and sister, Miss He atld in rere'il letter thai leaiimony till Tuetliy 1" - m rn lor coTrnnr wonlil pull thr' nh, hot Aitir hr atln otrni. and led at once for proper Billy Punier will be master of Mollte, went up to Mi. Vernon to attend mre' for li'e Ittd Uo much iiioiipt hiiiI i;.ip4 in hf .5 00(l he woTild not uouie a'iln nil the ctr ran lion were then delivered, w nc i a'e in a,it ceiemouies and look after the comfort of lue marriage ol Mr. J H Brown aud Mies neir aouthern It i tnroiu'b, but the atlraollun wa. too ret tance lual a uri;ei)n i rep inunle lor the Tun Iptji.laliir l" Aim rrpiilillOKf. Cleo Williams Wednesday last The bride, the guel A new nek yanl lia been opened at Mr Jamet Landram, formerly an op who is lovely and accomplished, is don. ami the other fellow wa cellini; in hi poaaeraior. an I exercite of ordinary hkiiI um rtlnrr h onld dtr whio in society here and universally beltl loo well fur nun m .in awty. oiliprwl'e. prudence inhiprofeamn Ii Cirpenier di I Liuiavtl'e, corner ol 'JS li and ISrnadway, erator al tJlnKs, and wno ha been in the S tilth for a year, ha returned lo Laurel to the dpHiiiortl' Hnd Iiif riri not poaae and exercise iheae ijiiIiiihi m whic ha acrommodauona lor 1 200 cattle, uet married. Mr C S. Nield, of Alta. loved. Many friends here unite with me ihi LOCAL FFAIrtS. in wishing that her wedded life may be 5 000 hog- - and 1 000 aheep All the rait pIkciI tupir cititdidtic l'r co'crnir in I i tierformini; thenperttiiiiion the (iltin 'ft i mom, wa nllb the home folks here ee feral ong and happy. r a. la have pw.ichh running to it. HfPT die" uinghauia ;tl 0 cent per yard, verdict ahoilld be lor bar, ilo'en hr hxr ow day during .he '.rec!:. lurnn out ton ijtMi I tu Im true, ln Mr. and Mrs Frank Clifford, of "LivOr. Will iJ Oiicnierl uiy.a well known -- J. A. .lainlay,of tbe Maon Foard Co., ingston, were at I) Klaa.' tbe utsls of Miss Alice u)icondtlut and diaoedlenc of otiidulitiv iiimiii: tint ihrrr by ii nl L ommitted autcide pted o'er tbe K C road from Corbin 10 Ward. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Guest, of Danreduce I umj inly be caii'ed or contributed to the ltj-viii- e of cunvic s who ville, have been visaing Mrs, Laura Moore. wnh a Mor .li'tirabi jnnonil aauned t'oxl i? Iioilllig liliuaell WeJne-la- y night He JtirjrUnl po.' her diunwr.tlin ii'p The lirat apea.ker w ol. Uol nad breu at work on the Cumberland Vl Messrs. Henry Fuiber and Sam Magee me nl T II. d drinking hard. J O Stephen i ISratlley ntl m a two h mrt' ell in he uitde tlukel In Il.tMK uiaoril; nnil a vi-l- n uie Mr. M say the coal of convict absent on a hunting expedition. lev ruaU Mr and A N t lot ol "Hull Dk" jean pinta re at labor I greater than tree labor, but saye il'e Mrs. K, L Tanner, of McKinney, have Klru4i;lT driilotHilie a verv ahlu premutation nf me uae 'or the aon, of lexi. gtnn, Ky., in more reliable tn'h., alao commuted amcide. oeen the guests of Mr. and Mrs V. T. H"ie tV Malt ibri No tne drinocrtl fipto'pil otirfvie ceivett feaierdty defendant. t!ii. K. i. J .c tin iiien apoke -- Li speaking of the good work done on Siephenson Mr. nnd Mrs Frank Lutes, ol T tire rc ird for Oj ohr ahow the I I for the platnntl lor tu hour in in- - uaual man thti Korw)r il hi .tts if rn l A.J I'AKKKU hta OmsiI )Hillt-- d pot in tbe Thompson neighborhood Palm LtcK. have been visiitug her father, in nie Uol ed Sitte- - and Ctntda to 'he i noted and I uictl or of Ohio hr ihmii tie nml uuj inir. He i er ni K oHiiii'in, 1'ne jolonel in tnurr nd giving Mr I'eier Shun the credit Mr. R B Ward. Mr Frank Fox, of D.n-villlurel aiiuuly. 700 S'i'i Ng.inet a lnai,f yl'J 000,000 inerefir, we mioulti have uiven Bijuire l ti le ol nie Dan I tit f er- - t i I'M S ale lin nbj i J) 0)1 u j r. f in I lai li-- U spent Sunday here. Mrs. Fannie anil V To I'kivmkii. iivp Urte iin inti i (iec.Hl irlv gifted lo ttetilm; rU'hl down to in Oct iiiar. ISSfl. -- nd io 750,000 in the Co in in 1- a large ponton of the credit for is visiting her mother, Mrs. Logan, w.itci not tilroi SHtt ir, i itltt Tne total lor the 10 ne i.od con.injou of the road in that near Stanford. Mr. Henry McClure is aame unnlh f IS So li.a of Ititriin anil dtaplty type to tll loe la mil it; t in me repuiilietn A the clerking for J. R. Bailey. Miss Mary portion ol tlie county. In New JeT'er t U.'Mlnture of hi ar'iluiHiit tneciitrl t) j uilrn month- - of the current vear fonta up $102, n pIpC ml cheaply M mill Vernon's fairest belle On 06.5 326. again- 9, 100 000 for the c irre ha- - been ofeapiured, the lucky winner being Green left for Texas this week. ed or iIih 1114111 wmch ill in lorn elnOt n rtpublloiM loth" J.ide S.ullt 01 up.eil Mi: J. K I'mti. th tn imrtp'iar, i LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. ponding periol of ISSrJ Mr Jtme II Urowo, l Ltncasler, county U "j Senate. k'tviHw excellent tlnelioM and tleaerve the whole ol Wednead ty'a muriiini: Hrapion A fre.g'ii train on the I'lltaburgh, aitoriiey of Gtrrard, who was married Fue reim ilicni m iiritr Id Ihta truuieut fjr the defence and II wt- Urelr re imlfotine. J. T. Johnson is building a nice frame Wheeling Keiiiiinky rtilr ad ran oil ihf Wednesday at 11 A M., to Miss Cleo Willluge ou Sublimity street. one of ihe uut inillahet and el.nuenl pleta t-c- k ;iinred in I'eiiiHVl tm, tHeir uujiriir h M n iiv efening at Well-bur- g W. iam-, of Uii- - plire,, at the residence of the " Misj Heieu, ; oilt atlp ai and lie'o daughter ol Dr. J. D. Fos-it- r, SrruMi. lr 6tl iK)0 itx intit in ih ever delivered in tne CJ'irt hou-In the Vt. aid craphed into two tlwtlhng-- , 20 b ide's parent. T-- e beautiful and imp res died ot consumption Wednesday even g on'. LtditM .rei lliiuajl .'?") oanl literally deiiiul eltrtluii afternoon Mr Kitxri H lr.lini; rloaed for vrd- them tu sivHreremnn wia performed bp RiV. Ja Trie in 16 -- t par yrl. I). the plaiutil 111 a tw i mrt' Join Murpiv, with two of hi L. Allen, of Danville. Tne bride wa very i.g. Rv. Thomas S. Hubert is conducting H Hide Iind eleoleil a repuli'lrin Ui y trd ol cretl aioui atiired in a tires made of gobe at ihe lime in one of a revival at the Methodist church which earnettnea ami piwer, covering every hildran, wimd if Kit. Cnirex Tneonlf (Miint lo Iiih ik tin I" tie c'nth trimmed in gold wilh turban i.ie ..ou-'vpfi fillv hurt. will last probably a week. tile election il t i'reliUot M HirK.l fi llle Mr entire tooti ol ulnthiiK, dry kioixl-.- , L'round p ibie for nia Hide. Tne cvr i Her appearance wa exquisite o match J C. Johntou is bick from hi Wes IIiiika ol and the enertl Hxprmnn waa that she ih repib ici i ho. Hi anil -- hiiw, nnla nd i:ti, will he aiild iheil uiven lo the jury, wnlun af el a reure HUSTONVILLE. William Pruveuce, ol Mexico, is LINCOLS COUNTY the mo-- t attractive bride Rick teru trip. wasoneof . ment of nine uiiuuie reiuinetl a verdicl in will nie tu in r o' i ip S t ai mid below eoai lor 00 day only, on ac visiting nis pareais in this county. ha- - furnished for many a dav Tbe ras'le We re wining pttietrly 'or the 'liI'll prmiih iin n "i I n ik to the oo favor of )t. Cirpiuter and the aim which J R H;d'eus purcnased a lot on I) o unit ol mi kin if on inije in bitonei. newly married couple left immstliately for auto Lanrnler, where h reception will be piven West Main street of W. II Martin and be(U.iitiiin, voied oh in Oregon, m deft el Kit ha been pending for eeveral yetra and ha ve 11 id Hie grand electromagnetic gun ihe erection of a two story frame dwell-inma ic radia'ing voraltz ng and vitalizing been tried lICe, wa hy over 1U00U. an en I l'hi 4 the Imuiti S'te t the after ra'alive of Ut) Will S L I'lJWKlia hte to top id of neatly everboly. al 1'ne lir-- l lo trial relief pre-- , proiillai-- in Ihe JouiiNAL "thee, and them hv t'iewill visit the Ihe eroom, bridal I a Btston wt-bwhich thev mi-- o i'ii jrer. It is a mistake about our ex county ver force or incietae their cleric Mr and Mr- - Brown rarry with judrfedeid-bealln- g lour at the ire J.nlkie Oa-alMt'lippl elected a prauiiotlly milld We I'lui: a ui n any that he nail wailed trch term, ne are a'lll wttiin for rtin. nis Way into Wallace iV hoard Anthntiy Hurin baa aoltl hi grocery ihpui the bfst wishes of Ihe whole cnmmu Co.' show, Tne ex judge got a complicrillo Uvi.lttnre ind Hililtnit till' five hour to yet a cbance al uue of the ISSli, when it oocndvl fjur dty huiI nily mentary for service tendered with a spade bii'itiea to Dtvid Tucker, who propn-- e to mgiil. I'm llm, owinc lo aevrral delay nl her Cjiir-iiun- l Vtouuy w,t'i a dp u woudrrful bargain OANHLLE. ROYIE COUNlf. tu making the circus ring. c .nnniie tne ai the old aland. O. II caiiaUiued over li data, 0 rat one Montgomery Johnson and Ben StephNow that tliev are abnil lo art home nititit I'lie retull i a vindtcatau I) Weatherljrd vili uiove to the Annul New Y rk and Virjiui t liinir Jim Custer, a co.ored youth who was ens were tried before Police Judge Baker piken aain the I're'byteri'ina, throiuh I'aator A ol Dr. Carpenter, wliicu hi irlenU aie 111 Cirpenier farm below town. The Carpen acquitted nalast court, 011 a cuarge of grand for tne burning of Jamts Harvel's burn, in uniiii viral lerui'" thuir heariT endorpe aaln been arreaieuior stealing near Bald Rjck posiuffice sometime ago. S. Motlett, deatre ti lo return their hearti-B- 'l tleed protltl ol. Twenty oue men out ol 'J I lei family will yo to Harrodeburg D 8. intceny, . uieiii ol CixveUnd and aduiuiHUatlon a pair of pant liom Mr. Addle King, a The proof agaiust them was not sufficient tnank lo the other churche for courle have pronounced in In lavur, there Im now ni "lit I iv ol a doilbt of Ilia ine Carpenter will lake charge of the hotel clem in T. 1' Curry's drug store. lo hold tbem aud they werb acquitted. In coining through tne county 1 find The ministers of the ditlerent Chris rsiiiiunii Uion 4iid UK 4il hieij 'lent triiliu aitxi, which were eneiid.il llieui without comuiunity wa- - for mm in an even uretter A man named Perry Cole was at rested phanl re eleou in. Pile c Minirr I pretty atiut or rerre. fuey h ipa )na to be proportion. Tnere i alron- - aymptthy lor the wtieai looking more thrifty than could tian churches met in the retdiug room at here last week on suspicion of being a horse House on Wednesday and de- thief, but was released the same day and have been expected from a soil ao perfectly the Gilcber y hi, wttn dem icrttic able lo reciproc.ite and ahow how highly .Mp H.UIihh, Ii 11 few believe that lie tloc ell pti tiwi.lti-incided to hold union Tnansgtving eervuet rule, nnd the deiiKicrittH IheaiKolvea at the they appreciate all the token of brotherly lor, who h ao pucLerpfully perliiruiid aev Mrid. lira i prelly generally done for. at tneCniistiau church on that day. Rev. and the day following Deputy Sheriff C, Noiwiih-taudin- g M. Randall receiveu a telegram from North report of a good yield 01 love and afTectlon. ol ine Kiod, eral opuriuo reapnnaible corn appriMdhll) llmnkKtilvitii; ctn aim; with M. . Church South, Middleiown to arrest Cole, as he was the in particular localities ihe geneial II. C. Mornsun, of ibe tbe sermon. more than iinil iiiiuiioii that K'lodolddoi person wanted. Cole had made good his Thr failure ol lb Fifth Natinnil IS mk lor tne iliiKiruiotie u nl her uae. lie crop i aadiy short and the proepect mdi was selected to preach Fisher ha retnrned escape and has not bten arrested up to Mr. James A. oIdkx O'liiimenoini;, ''I'rtHe lJ nl from of St Liui for half a million, catche a na tne rep'lltlio ol beuii; .1 moat uccom catei great ditlic'iltf in bringing aiccu thro' from Shelby yille, Her aon, Mr. J. B Fishdate. Whom all ti!e4iiii ll iw " numbar nl our cilinu for from f 1,000 to pltah d aiireon and prtolltititier and it hit .he winter alive er, of St. Louis, came by Sbelbyville aud er It i reputed that Mr. John I) been a HUhjeci of rerm thai he ehoilld Richmond Hon. James B McCreary to f;!0(K) each, the aiinrnjale in town beinir accompanied ber home. George S. Brown eipeiiencetl a relap-- e after her AhTKlt anoepaoi: Mruce C lauip'a chill hare bieii eiihaiutnil 10 ihe ne ivy 001 huiI turn lien Mancheater and again periodre and family are soon to remove to Winches- returned last week from a visit to bis plan 1'ne failure of the iiHtilu iibout $10,000 leiUM to mortal iinlrit tin) immui the He says the eulUtrrai-auieui-o- l a ami that in friend ly ill. Our KChool utrlH are hnme from ter. W. K. Hobb, late ol Stanford, has tation at Selma, Alabama nun wt larie condition vip iim at III live ptc-i- i with iilliiW4, a'nll. tlirroiora,ctuaetl by loo failed lotn a lo it wereatiiijuiucciiiM n ny returned and opened a blacksmith shop South i in a mure Morri-on111 his tiual exerci-- e of Mt Danville, the one ol wnnm for lare viutlicatioii. lhau it ha been since the war, mid that ed here. He a good workman. iih ei ler d in, tour ptin wini wind ciiool having been h.iapeiided for Ihe week booming. He was especially If tnii little lo will induce our Mr K-Morrison ISreckinrtdge, wife everything lilown hUdder' or a huh I up nnd drniK amoiiui of the death ol Mr, ISreck Owiu lo tno deaio uf hi, rtiinab.e pleased with Cnattauooga, where be made ife, in ion eiiue'ce ti to tnvet at home, inatead of in We- inrjiUe. We tat our humble tdlrrini; on of Judge H.J Hnckinridge, dud luesday several InvojlmentH 0'4() Osontrd .allH nil one in f irced to re ciuzti JUUe lirtvKuuliliie, who na to have apu. in faith of the bright bd for Stanford Lovely evening, at 5 o'clock of exhaustion, conseihi aeii lot Altai llu.irt, rt Dm K O'Snlliean hit iero bank, ihe ain will Chattanooga has before her. prevented Iroin in 'omhnl the beloved deptr'ed lire from the quent upon repeated strokes of paralysis. inind and apirit, L'enlle, amiable, iloini; '. ileuided mat ti n niiiiiii hetier to after all She wa- - a ldv of many virtues and a gen-ei- Big orowd at county rourt Monday; 200 of (Jd jtnlele- and iienern'l ehe gne to her rest with all who knew her. The cattle 2 lo 3J cen ; 150 mults $75 to $150 L Bwell, whom IS A'ter lietritiiC the arume'ilt Otni il.l friend ofCil. K. inn ifi'ir and live lo tint an iiher dty, h contidenre that an a wiiii adley lorri.iutre i'or.oian and it. C VV.tr Bheepdul'i hogs 1 rente. George White tl aured "Hi" remaineth fur her Etrth remain will be taken to Lexington this and Joe Bale have 130 head of fancy feed Mm hied iiini'eK nil ii tii4 1'ioilic com, we lined to call tlw 'Little l'ii:," for reii lor he ISuiiman, Juilc Alirrot h (Thursday) evening for inlerment. a mint anheaven hn gained an lot liil the dither ol the lidlierent (J. lamp ! abort, ha airuck it rich on hi land near announced ibal lie o nd Mimliolil hi - A gentleman who came from Mercer era, picked in the county at an averagw of gel. nil ihe (J um nl Appeal p.t.-e- d 0.1 OiMiled towardri him Ii Mreallr better to Lintlnn, on tlie railroHtl. He ailnk a ahaft county Wednesday evening report the loa 3J cents. -- Mr. Marcus Bigieand Miss MinGARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. by A O. McCampbell, of Louisville, of hi nie Blakeuian.of the Kirkayille vicinity, do thtl th tn iiavo Mia HOilp liani at the 'M feet and found a vein of the liiie't oil the coniiluti'iii.iliiv uf ihe Lincoln proni- bttl'iiflaw, fine two year old mare, ''Merrer Belle," for eloped from Buckeye church, in Garrard that ha ever been found in the mountain belt of hi enemy, Lancaster. I) 'b Lotjaii' trial for breaking mm the d $2,000. She county, on la- -t Thursday night, to Cincinwhich he been of Kentucky, averi;iiu' US mche in thick K. A. Humsidpand R, C, Fairla caught liou-- e 01 Mr. IS iiKeli I el lor to dy died of a disease which is killing a good nati, and were married. - Rev. William TltK j ib printer.) tu the leading nliicna of uea. Finding coal and celling rich in that will bd reuiatuberei toil Mr Iiurkeit ilia jimper in Dix river which measured li) many horse in that as well as this locality Crow sold 41 lots in Richmond Saturday Liuiiville, including the Qmrier-Journain lima to get in aever legitimate way i better than trying to to to covered In incite The disease begins by bleeding at the nose for an segregate of $C 884 The real estate Trie cie of the al elective liot at Inui mo 3ii a atrike lo try to enforce an inertia the county during Ihe month of Conuretm and KUttiiiK left, and we conurtlu J. A. in Martin A Thomp which cannot ba checked. After several October in Hmnuntnl to $33 9G0 35. "Cattle Firi National U.nk aiaimii the HubhlH mn, of New Orleans, 21 head of of -- J centH a thoiiMml for cotupoaition aud day large knots appear on various parts of late our eateented friend on hi yooil luck. I aet for next Tueaday mule at are lower in price than Ihey have been since the body and soon after the animal die- -. time and a half for nltfht and holiday work laatc lit inetu wt put on trial yeiter-da- y flllO per head. A "progressive angling parly" given 1841." remarked Mr Talton Embry, the ISio Find -- Will Water, clerk for Wa-t- er The employer deem the demand uajnai for the murder of ISrent Bvaii. a col Mis Irene Dillion, of Crab Orchard, ia Tnesday night bv Miss Mary Rdiertson to well known cattle man, the other dav; "J A Dtvis, found two $6 notea of the old oretl mm, whom he killed near Holdaai' and il look' like there ia no especial ocoa-ifCli-m- ai. visiting at O H Rice'a. J. B Johnson haa her Btiest, Mi Verlinda Chandler, of Chi- bought some in that year at $1." Mill yer or two .i;o tnd 11 I, bjm for il Tn necetiaitiea of life are no National Bank wilh J, S. Murphy prei cago, was a very pleasant affair nnd was atmoved into hi residence recently bought of r.to ured in S'. L ui a and return higher and printing certainly bae not rodb dent on tbem, under the counter bahintl tended by the following named people: -- d K C itradley. Pt nnir' app tinted Uol. I'. I here ! Miss Hallie Rule, Howling Green, Miss up in price. Tnere la a demand now for the money drawer, Wednedav, ami lining . Welch to defend him, IMI and W -- E'ery democrat here ia gltd that O hio Maud Craig, A'lanta, Mie Mary and nou union printer ami ipod one ctn ob- lod to make further extilorilion he found which lookail like taking rather an unfair went republican. We don't want her to be Nannie Fiaher. Misses Mary Helm, Betlie From my pasture near IIiiitonTill. two iteeri, one light red with whits ipccka, tbe Ivanttga of the C immonwealth. tain excellent wage. a roll containing fill 2") more, all of old Dlllinn, Dora Harri. 8u McDowell, An dirk rcl, with ihow of brlndle weight Th jury returned a verdict at litiO or democratic. Lit her stick to "little breech nie McDowell, Mtrv McRoberts. Zoe other I, WO pounds Any Information thankfully beint; an the about It betjinn to look very much like Gov. denomination, planter. (juarier edea of the two year in ihe penitentiary es" and be blasted. Welsh, Dr. L 8 McMurlry and Favetie received and trouble compensated. The shin J. G. lMATilEHFOnn, 0,'ltMhy will weaken and cheat the sallow dtill.alale and The preaant court ha The eagle dispUyed by the Cincinnati Duolap. Mea-- r. C. R. Anderson, R R. UustonvilJe. money wa rat eaten, hut not sufficiently unproQtable o fir. hut Judue, Morrow will QazeUe, yesterday, looked like It wa sick of itaanarcliial fruit at Chicago today. Cheek, J. A. Heron. D. T. Ftcklsr, W. P, todeatroy ita value. It ia uppoed that throw In an extra wek and probably yet If there in any comfort for the radi In Tue May the devil take him if he dot. Given W. I. Ctldwell, Jr. John Cald Flu can diapatch liual-- ne dayV election it is not discernable. come dishonest clerk for one of the previ retleemlhe term well, Clarence Crawford, K M. Gren, Jr., n. fair Tbla Ii to notify the public tbit we will not per hnw wilh a vim when he cnta Mips I'iiiKUK Coubinh has to itep down oua tirma which have held orth there, Dr. J. H. Kinnaird waa married yes- R. W. E'stland, Albert Hall. A. B. The grand jury finally adjourned lart terday at 11 a m to Miss Fleecie, the by ladv, Miss Chandler; mtt any hunting or any other trwpattlng on our First prize and out ai U. 8 Marshal in Miouri. The hid the money for future use and either daughter of J. V.Cook, Eq., Elder G. W. first priz by gentleman, Mr. Cheek; booby farm., but we will punlih any person or persons bavin1 returned 111!) indictl'rerident ha appointed a man named Em forgot it, or changed hi notion aa to appro- evening, after officiating. The presents were nu- prize by lady, Miss Craig; by gentleman, so trespassing to the fulleitentol the law. ment and refining to indict the ohorifPa Yancey A, 31. FEI.ASD. ereon In her place. priation it. merous and costly. poane which shot young Iliatt. Mr. Hall. I'M OROVER DOODLE DO ' CLEVELAND'S COCK. COCK ARE YOU ? VV. Mil N Hai.drman, proiileni of the Couriti Journal Ciniianv, i eaid to he one of the mont liberal men with httui'inev lt be found anywhern. nt There are demaniN tin him and he never fail to eive to any wnrlhr ohjegt. He i one of the laruent ubicribpra lo the Moody Taher ntcle fund and S'inilay he teleuraphed lo f)r Wanton In draw on him for the balance of the Ford church tlebi, when he illi! not know whether il wan $."0 or $600 i'lie old k'eillleiiun ia a thorniiKh mail of lillaiiieKa, n heart that never fail hill lo reapond to the wtnta of humanity in any ahape. of Owley, W. IS. Iliillock, here Wedne'day nithl wilh priHoner for tlin panitunliary, Jeai-Neeley and laok Hurt for KMiid larceny andfaaacFu for perjury, and 'ell with Jiiler 0ena, for aafe keeping, Jellaraon blaplelou, who i u nler eenlence fur liO Tear fir manlauhler, bill who ha prayed an appuil. TiiKSiei'li i,tl eloppeil e the II ir and other neceaaary are received the I.ntekiok Jouii-llire- e Naj. will receive from ihe Hinal depart merit each day a weather prediction for Ihe ' following 2 I houra Walch for the Hac on its buHdini; corner Main and Lancaoter atreet Ah K)ON aa adjunct in-la- poee 10-fo- nt con-titil- le l. .' btln wt-r- rai-in- K Iac " -- hu-lhe- f.-- tr -- u-- aub-urlb- y, two-thir- e. -- -- -- B-- r well-kno- piiy-ica- iin-vdl- e, ed -- car-loa- d A'-Ixg- ro-it- In-i- e. -- e, b-- Ed-mtst- ui, ij 1- oon-olii'i- Juoi itt pri th-t- e. p-- r ilt-ta- cru-hin- 11 -on rt ii'ir.pnltii, - -- ef 1 e 1 1 11 -- br-id- -a 111-- ut -- 1 re-u- Car-pem- 1 rult is V te 1 pro-pec- ls al ile ed H-- ll-n- r ii l oil-re- 1 -- l, pre-en- er on 11 STRAYED 11 old-tim- e bn 2SO-2- 1. Rob-prtso- Posted. rVr3 O, fcuMw.w.. HUNTING JACK RABBITS. ONE OF THE MOST EXHILARATING SPORTS KNOWN OUT WEST. THE GULLY. FORTLTO WHAT POPULAR facing 5rr bounds uiul a Light l'ull al Amur Arc Kereasurj The .luck ltubbll an Kxpctt nt Dotlglng Description ol a Hunt. One of the- most exhilarating sports known in tho west it Jack rabbit colliding on the plains. A brace of racing greyuounds held with n leash, followed by a score or more ol lovers of the hiott on horseback, stmt out on .1 bracing u Inter nionilng, when tlicro ha light covering of snow on tho ground, for the places whero tho jack rabbits nio uont to congiegate. Tho jack rabbit is unknown In the eastern jail of this country. Ho is the couitlerpni t of the English hare. Ho is larger than tho common rabbit or "cotton tail." Ho has long leg, and In n incc Is n runner not thy tho attention o( the fleet est rf greyhounds. Tlio confers search in the snow for n fresh jack rabbit track and follow it up. When tho rabbit is spied tho hounds are let loose nnd rush after him. Tho whulo croud of horsemen follow after, whooping ami yelling and urging on their hoi sod to the tup vl then In the mined mill long shadows fall, The mice creep over the tloor, Tho cobwebs swing on tho crannied wail, Tho sun sifts in through tho door; tho great mlllstono hangs Idly Mere, And tho brook aa It trickles by 3lvcs a happy laugh to tho sunlit air And n smilo to the far off sky, It springs and It leaps tho mill raco down, It whispers over the grass, It gurgles under the treo roots brown. It calls to the birds a Ihey visa; Over feathery moss It softly tlons Where tho pines their bows Interlace, And tho great, gaunt roefcn In their calm repo For oges untuM novo their place. In tho deep ralne. In tho summer noon, The lazy leaves scarcely stir; gives a honeyed croon, A wayward Tho crickets faintly w hlr; grow green In their fallen Mate, The trees Tho wiulrrt Is run out nud In, And the very stones seem to vvnteh nod wait Tor the life of the mill to bogln. -- Marie C. I'. Sleboth. ln-- h FICTION. STORY WRITERS EARN BY THEIR PEN. Out a Library ol I'lvii Cent . 219 to 227 W. Jofforsoii, 220 W. Market, XOUJSTIKiJLK, KY. Those who like to save moiioy should not fail to give us u trial. Truly tho wonder of tliis century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE PAIR'S MOTTO. IKE VMM I ' Grinding Literature : tho Hate of SIO Worth Inrli Diij Sitlurles of Noted Writer ivinl IMItiir. To have iHiinlisl out to ou "tho most popular Atneiican uuthor," und then not to recog-ulr- o him either in tho lleh or by any j ou havoswn, is a tiillo surprising if you had previously thought you knew tho faces nnd ilgures of all tho American million! you ever heard of. Tho man who was tainted out stiHol on ii coiner near tho city hnll of of Hinokhu, upureutly wafting for that cani.igo wliuli tho jioori'st of us kieps a hore car. He was u short mnii of medium build, diessod in n suit of liltio serge, wealing a fashionable white straw lint, tilted n little over the ear, mill cirrv ing a cane. He lucked ir.lher like u -- browd 'nuiiiissioii men'lmut or grain brokei thin like mi inspired vvwrd of jor-trai- ts Wall Paper, tt V . HE A Yoking Mini WAS A BLOOD. 1 n I! Street Car. Ho was young, stjli-and ery tlrunk. As be sat i.iacorncrof a Minion btieetuir last night nnd Mirveye tlio tips of Ins patent speed. 1 lilf owilir )i r r Turlev A lunrrcl el iurll) Tho hounds do not attempt at llrt to catch leather, through n ir of bleanxl optics that Mere eTii)iuil(i ttreiifclli Alid w'loli mione. tho rabbit. They aro too w.iry for that. They bulgwd from their Iwny orbits, it uns evident limn Hie nitllti.. j kl'i'l", itn.l ihII lift role rub-bi- t Unit he was a tvpieul member of tho limit pric.wf riMDiftltoo will) the muitlluilnol 'ow test .rhorv simply try to run him doun. The jack irjirs. iljulil In eiKht rt'lim ur titimiMlM'vi vote. is an etpt'it at dodging, and the hounds BK1S!II I'oWllKB I ), llllYAL Cam. A young lady ami an ultra fashionable try to head iiuu oit whenuver he nttempts to It Wml strut New Ynfk make a turn At lat, l.y tupeuor chnpei one, with n large fan and false, front, . TC. strength und the ndvuntage of two to one, sat opKwito tin young ninii. The young lady they succeed In tiring him out, und lie falls feenied to be greatly amused in watching tho un easy victim. Every tlmo u hound hmds a efforts of tli. intoxicated individual tonppoar rabbit olf it is n point in his favor. Tun peifcctly sober, while ho seemed to lie totally Muiora to allien A t'i.ihrn, points are placed to tho credit of tho dog oblivious of her presence. 513 4tbSt, Louisv:11h, Ly , The young lady wntchod intently; the 1. i. which catches tho rabbit. A referee, inounte.1 on n svv ift, sure horse, lends the lolluvveis of hiccoughed mildly, nud the, driver notllled ! THE GENTS' FURNISHER tho dogs mid marks tlio point-- . In this way tho occupants of tho car that a faro was due It is decided which hound vvins. .Stakes of by jerking tho Ml violently nlwnt every ami ai;i:.ms roii front $' to $100 aro usually upon these tnces, minute. Presently tho car stopped, nnd nn need nnd AX EXCITI.NU TIMU. IMI.i.AlkOLl.S L.ll)MKY. iiu nriiw Mr. Alonzo Williams, who siwnt several uecrepit man slowly e liertM. " to jw para lyz-t- l, but ho mnnagisl to years ill Colorado and is an enthiHiastie lover " """ "u"ei. ironi which lie drew n ' of tho fport, tells tho following tory of his A. BENEDICT & CO., nickel. He gave n pleading look around tho lout coursing expeiieuce on the plains "Wo weiciidmg along tho dry Uil of an car, nnd the young lady quickly reached sT.M'0i:i, KKNTllKt. arroyn, and weio JusC coming mound n mass over, smiled pleasantly, received tlio nickel, temiier.iuce tale. nnd deposited it in tho box. Tho aged man How stiange this all isl We have never Well DrilJcra and Pump Adjusters. of tockss when wo heard a sharp 'hit!' from Uil!. There, not twenty feet nhenit of us, bestowed uj.on hern look of gratitude, nnd rend of Hal-e- y in the magazine articles upon the bhe young man apixsured to bo stnitled "the literary movemut iu New York," linvo LI I. .ii. I ni j liirmi l.fd woa a big jack rabbit sitting up in front of a i DM .el f littioenvo oruichoiu the locks. He saw us by the tiilling Incident. Jut about this not seen Iim Krtmit iu similar articlei upon si Utter. .'! nnd was on" like a whlto stienk over the time the drivei became tired ringing for tho thespintsof the AuthoiV club. Yet he is rocks. In an instant Bill slippeil the leash fare. II threw open the door with a bang, the lending vv liter fm n piptr that Imnsts of i.oris !ii.MJi:i., from the straining, panting dogs. With n nnd iu the legulatlou car driver's voice com- CiO.OOO cuculatioii and four times thnt mini-le- r manded the voting blood to pay Ins far. dash they wire olf, nnd tho whole jelling of lvadrpi l.'iVi.imo nwctk It Tho latter started as if the ongle worms quite likely thnt, us my BS9 crowd were uftei them, spurring ou their "his that precede tho huge ugly reptiles had met looks are to lie found in informant snid, loco-mhorses nt tl p tot) of their speed. the cabs of the i:l( IPIDMl. He quickly regained Ins iv es, in the garrets of the sew ing girl, in was unusually hilly light his view. "Tho couii. there. One inn .:f wu would be daningovtr foreilngeihowever, nnd with bis thumb nnd tho kitchens of the laud, and the factoiy Photographs in all styles and sizos. took a com from his vest ckot hands of the nverage New Hnghind mill town a sharp bluff nnd il inn steep hill Again Then a high hill would sliut vff from sight for a young he cast n beseeching glance nt the would nvther see him than Itiwnnrvk or Ten Pictures in India Ink Crayon and lady, leaned so heavily upon the nyson." Waur Colors. moment the dodging inbbit and the dogs. on Int. ii il a lni'Ui' iiml Hclr'i II no ol I'lirul-ln- r il III nitwits "And $1.1,(10) n year! That is aim t f:00 n Up the hill we would lush pell moll and chapeioietli.it she managed to conjure up n n I M iM i iintl I mh'rtiikur'n (JimkIm, My trlvv Mill In i lo i him'Ii would get a lietler view from the top of the blush, and in a voice strained with countei-fe- it week. Why, I may lie untvsing a svret, u'oi ly Prlcei emotion said: "Would you be so kind" me a irlul anil 3011 KhhN can b liouulit In flu- - cHIcm. but it is none the hs a fact spiiited chase. That was a tun long to Iks reprince "Certainly," was tho meek lejoinder, nnd of our novelist", William I). that the Is ulll l I'omliit'tMl that I n1I loner than tin Ioucmi. The old rabbit was an unusually membered. Honells, paid the largo one, nil was apKirently jiossessetl of she took,i.., icoin nud deposited it in .the Imr only $ 10,w0 a year by Harper & Ilnw nnd Xcnjioit Xcwh - Ml.sl.slppl Valley Co. i i tl,,. .. I.. ., uuue .wun iuo ngea gentle ho Is considered foituunte to get ureat toughness of muscle and stren th of ' man's fare. When It reached the lttom sho though iu onler to do o be Uvl to that sum, lung. uriender 1. 1:1: II I'PI.'.M "lie led the hounds a noble chase. It was saw ii uinaigii tnogiuv, and nu epies.,ion nil chance of earning exti a money by means of of pained surprise suffused her coununiaiice. &, OHIO ! a contract iu which he agm-- to givoHll Ins fully live minutes liefore they caught up to sflli.l.JN IibMlsr. Sho quickly tinned and said: "Why, sir.. gifttsl liim at uil, although they were straining creations to that firm Al.--l Kov KKSI you gave me n $o piece." s.T4.K)KI 1. U.e. favonto of the middle every' nerve. Flora was loundlng over the He was just pivpnied to beam fnitii a clas.s of 1 TraiiiM snow with long leni, her snout thrust down J ia a (Mtio foil'h f. Van invrl the iiihii who Is i'nllmiiii t urn mid almost to the giound. Hello was dahlng smilo of thanks, but tho announcement suppose! to pres one of his metaphorical nffectedhis breathing. Ho stnggeied up to heels ou tie- - neck of the reading along, with head erect nnd every muscloat tho coiuiliuuity, door, an iu a loud voice demanded does not its greatest tension. The old rabbit wa change eauin eiiny more than $10,010 n for the ?5. The driver had pulled the jear iiudd.d not moio than U'gin to iimko bounding along on U hind legs, looking like To WuBhinpton, Richmond urd nothing but a streak of light brown on tho string that projected tho coin to tho bottom that much until his publishers tried the Old Point Comfort of tho box. Ho thought thnt ft was only a of printing "Harriers Uiirne.1 Awny" MIO. "tonally they caught up with him. Then nickel, Ou he had only taken n casual glance, in twenty cent f.o in in u limited edition of I say "limited" liecntiso 14 fun began. Ho circled and dodged and nnd the demand for chungo phased him. He IW.OA) volumeh SANITARY'' J.lUbled on his trail tlmo nnd again until wo quietly told tho p.v,enger to go and get they dest roved the plates when tlmt mituWr To Iioiiisvillo und Cinoinnntt. 'egan to think they nover would catch him. sober, und when the lutter became obstrctwr-ou- s wa.s pi luted, tofuice the public to buy tho ho was told that ho would be throw n off higher iced edition vVoiv they aie right on to him. Luntint uiis illticl fur ll clau In tbe of old (at f I n book, I pi The old rabScotch Wool g! bit makes a su Men dash to tho left. Flora is the car. He then muttered something about lielieve) iu cuo it wautwl more nfter tho MAKES suing tho company, nnd finally took his de- twenty cent looksweie sold. This was fol- West,Nortr-West..South-Wetoo quick for him. She wheels nnd drives Underwear ! at tho lowed by tho same liini back to Ids former course. 'Hooray! parture, but ho never nguin glnm-ewith "He Fell young lady San Fi uncisco IW. .Vo : iu Lovo With His Wife." Both succeeded scoro one point for Flora;' Eveiy body cries SO, '87. No. i ix srrKCT Dtir perfectly, and now Dominie ltoo makes out. Nobody any attention to the cry, lull-- Ki. run. S2 S 23 The TeuiM un Inventor .Al.nle. a ear. shouting . but tho iiders keep up tho constant S inE George Stnyner, Ives & Co.'s solo remain-inWho else does as well as that with hi pen! and yelling, probably ns a vent for tho ex7 SO p 4) '" .V) m partner, got his stnrt through n vuluable Editor Stona of the old Journal of Commerce I.Te bmiltrlil fc QP S MM citement of th moment. On they go, tho CO p mi SO a m Q7 Arr lilnvton eo n'n S 16' m rabbit trying nil maimer of dodges to shake invention. A man iu whom Ktayner was in- of this city draw exactly that Finn foi his julota rsurinii U 1 While Lo o 3?2 S5H English II Id m Now he tries the doubling terested died suddenly iu New Hnven, Conn , salary, but then b control the paper nnd " riiarlmMflllKV M J unci) S 0 off his pursuers. s in p ui ae p u I'.lohuiio I dodge. Iiu w heels quickly and starts back where Stnyner was a small tradesman, nnd pays himself, and he is not n novelet. What aaaMOBMiBBBanaHaMMiJ W M MM 1 H p in Npwfori New left an invention for engraving the backs of novelist makes itf Mr. Mojo W Hnzeltine, "'OM between the two dogs toward tho horsemen. 7 eo p iii hlionH bo nac.1 & fiw mouUii ticfore conflccmcnt. I'olai O.Mfn bank notes. Stayner, by some means or Amos J Ciinimings, 7 10 p in " Norfolk Col. Cookenll nud NE.VI'.IXO TIIU END. btrai tot bock "T.i JKTlin," nia.lol free J 0 p in IRpm "With n few strides Uelle is ahead of him other, got hold of tho machine and came to (leorgo Alfred Towiibeud are ci edited with "' Wmliliiiti.Mi Iliui nut) Itr.i.iiATi'ii Co, AlLir.A, (,. i'dIiIiutp Ifi p in 2. p iu New York at onco. Ho went to tho New earning $10,AK) n year, which i also th'j nnd sends him back about his business. The ' l'nlUI Ipfili - IMllL .1 ( R IU .ml Tor I'i'Ism 4 JO a in 6 10 a ti. " New Vor rabbit is now lieginnitig to show signs of Yoik Dank Note company a tort of Stand- salary of moio than one of tho metropolitan 11 fatigue. He does less running nud more ard Oil monopoly in this sort of work nnd editors in chief. This is m:i'y made witu JI..I Mali' OM Point Io l,d-ll- t'xe --fit SunUjr , the pen or with the management of dodging. Tho dugs mo aptwreutly ns fiosh asked to we tho president. tho pens "Docs he know jou' tho attendant nked. of others, but it is not by novel w nting, nnd Norfolk uiul W'lilt minlpliur Tlie lrln srrlvins KIM1 K. l.Ul's.Vl!.t.K as ever nud can i mi all around him and head "siurJiy at Wblle Milphur utir until "Nop," said tho vuitur, carelofely, "but you it U not f l.l.OOii. Hinnder Matthews and ii) lb i' M muhIji uUaht ((' him off w herever ho starts to go. Uut they xe t siiDilsy Thx tell him that he'll nuut to know me prett ro a, UII) t'liirlnnstl nn Sitimlytnln ImtIdk Henry C. Hiiimer, the editor of Tuck and can't catch him yet. He is too artful and runs f.nly sii'l ' lnni bad v.heu he finds out what this uuthor of several entet tabling lxxiks, ore in I' limn turg arilvin thrr.i diiDdtysli. I) a. slippery for them, Hut ho won't last long du." ci'editod with $7,000 - f7,5X). m mil His gti uggles to get f i eo aie becoming weaker ui il vlnmlajr m 7 Ou a M ltoth could Tr tral KntnoKy to all Point Norn In a fow moments the president and tho niako more if they wvie not too conscientious I OS. 3 SIi. ! mn illly rtrpptlhal lliy ilo not mid weaker. He nud the hounds are running, tUst, Wtwt and 9nutl mi ii il '. superintendent looked nt the machine, and and better satisfied to live easily ntiiLpleus-antlv- - inn Iwtwi m llkiii'ioml wnl I lUlljr I'ulnt ou .siiodty I w isting in every turning nnd S direct.on. Ac- saw 5 lestis U. nm .Kaat i nm Wlv-,- n f0.luiween ('tlii.n l"f,H jpi.I ViIiU .1, unlsr ir ii XV.W'I'I that it could perforin tho delicate nud The nowttt claimant for pOular It'ins C.,ii. cording to tho n feree's count Fl in hns now Laleidoscopic tracery on bank notes iu u fashfavor anion novel tenders, Mr. Henry Har-lan- n mal AihlJii'l "or ('..luiiilnn ilaily n pt sutl. 1a F..'l.l. nr.l.t. I... .. r lll .1 ' Ka. .A, V .Ml. I I. rCousI six points ami Uelle live ir bill.ll I.aim.1 ..l.r.'I..r.r t". v .... ...... . . iih.iImI in !'! .ii.l mi... or the young Inwver nud ox attach of tlio liar Suddenly the world seemed to turnaround ion that put their pi evaihng methods to the No, 0 ilallyfrtin Afli'an.l In ('.iron I ire nuiirnt 'niplojiiini a"uiriniiMxl v. I Irwi aloo. surrogate's couit, who wriu undr tin name lUH, eiiepl SllinlHj (torn l hM.UlIrivlllj t'j U d 'atln nnd I found niv'lf lying on my back with blush. . !, ikfal Tkrniuli ilrkcU ai.U baj 14 aKf, "What aro your termsr asked the nresi-lenof "Sidney I.iiskn," ha not jut puslied his 1. Inr what seemed to bc about forty hoofs waving MXKI.l. A' II!) 1l'll. I). Xuiwi-w- . Mu iminautm r arni nt v rairwi. Cullman .I.eplnK ' .t'se'i al' through trar Kur lull jArii w .r 267-- t on i,y ntil al income up to tho 5,000 mark, but ho is very M. Iul-over my head. The saddle had turned nrouud OU I'diulnkMi s, jinhi a Ihjvp .Norfolk on tsMnpnuy , ur Stuj ner said he wanted a lump .uni nnd n joungyet n"t moi-- tlinn :W nud he is only on to the littl" bronco's stomach. Tmwilay. sli.,lai, TburMlay aoJ atll He ran a K ft. MOKMfc, ii, .v.l'rt..ia big block of tho stock. Tho terms weio Ikjws and stooping for tho ilarat 7 mi i u lor N . r oi k making his first ulfabwiit twenty Minis nnd liegau to kick (i.l'jiM. Aiui, rmi. f'm Ajmi, I'or lleHla, lnli' Ii f.r'.nl'itn, tie, apply It tho iiiachino was n nailer. K but ilist Ifotupii'U xliot from the thick of lit (tIhIiii, laiwn, k wildly nt the saddle, which hud now fnlleu DR. W. U PKffNY, Ticket nlllie ur aililr. n II. K. IIU.S llt.l.l't.V IImmM,. 'Give us ten days to think it over," add down on to his hind legs. A moment later u, '. Vut ii w rri.i.i'.it. Ii 'HiSMl liltltia, (ijtlimmti Ky m:xir. II n l lu-I have not niastereil th Ill PlrlOU' l.rl.'l l'as'r Al ho hud sent tlio saddle 11 ing into tho air and the president, "a id wo will then givo you our sefiet of Mr Hal-sej- 's I I nu'sf III", K v It i hiu net, a. answer." story toiling, unless it bo thnt there i was off over the plains at a headlong run. 'I heui da shout from tho men nt tho foot 'Til give you ju,t twenty nilutitoV snld nu adventure iu everj 1,00) words, nn nrieet, iV! t vl if.; of tho lull. I jumped up nnd, forgetting my Mr. Stnyner, dryly. Then ho picked up his u shooting scrniie, n surprise or u ruse. Jtut .1 lint nud strolled out. When ho ennio back, tlie stylo i easy to nnalj a. It is that of tho .i. lirulsot and vanishing iony, saw the finish of rejeatliig nlle, bang, bmg, bang, us fait as tho prettiest raco it was ever my good for- tho president smiled nnd said, with forced you cull tmll the trigger, with pauses for tune to witness The rabbit had mado four curelessiie: THE IHTR!t)R JOURNAL "Woll, sir, wo will pay 3011 your terms." at the end of eai-- shot t chapter. dodges and each do,' had scored two olnts, It Aii.l titi' i ..uihti'Ip "Well, tlio fact is," wild Stnyner, thoughtmight Im called the O.itliug gnu uiixle of s to 7 in favor of Fioru. making the it Iiut ns I looked up IMIe iind made a charge fully, "I'm not exactly pleu'sed with tho writing. terms. I want n larger amount of toek." It in sign of the tiuii fjml a good omen MVekJv rmirii'i'- on the rabbit, thrust Inn- long nose under Iu for tlio country Hint iu thl nuthor's works his.' i left foie leg nnd thrown him hi the air. Tlio Hlakely Hnll in Tlio Argonaut. Olflts on l.giuuilnr lifii, r ml Uuor tu iNia. i'Iiii Uiii ;UO 18)1 imip yAT f'ir ouly i I nn (nri tnr Mttlo KIOH JOUKNAt-OltltOll.lO 'lOllll IriMU S tu Ii a. lyitliUfj .. thero is no woid or iiiggeitiiui, plot or theme, HiUiJ two dogs pounced upon Iiuu ns ho tell and in prlci' i.i iiiih. iiioi, tut." 'i.f M.anJ to A p. u. AliMllir!!r ..liolnliUnsi wtifr thnt could stir an unholy appetite or In ing u niwf Itapil'lilni., A t'owlxiy'H I tit of Kxperieure. mi iiislnut tho race was over. ItIle had won OKiiurr. blush to n pure woman's face. It Is not so by a score of 0 to 8." Philadelphia Times. I am not dissatisfied, but my foolish notions Uy payinu u s y.u ill roo lm lr o:i ymi -- aK1 havulieeu collected, and I nm suro If tlio much n sign of the times tlint tills author Is your Iminn papr tlip u iru i Hi . Si'th linlhins lueieasln finler Civil lz.it ton. voung men iu tho east knew the facts und no llohemlan but n solid, practiei man of n'n.iu.iii n. vi i ioir J' nopnuoi u lJoinn.i..cu iiml for fcr fT i u only ari'l th lirat Kvl. Attho moetiiigof the Fiieiidsof tho understood theienl work that cowboys do affairs, of family nud of hich irwite. 'an Iv ws.Kly In thi I'nllo.l ' Shall be ieiionri tu m, uuuw was all of ''.'"'"'''V, no I ulw the other da v it was ald that tlio 1,000 Ihey would bo glad to stay nt homo and earn vnnus,.Cobb, Jr. lately i I 3 iinlf h.ii'i:' thlaasiiHkh , .it .nmiinu-- ii is tn! iviii oi (lopmai writers', ihlalisofti. tx)urlei-.lot- i'i Imir Hotel io the 3ttttr u, u, nrc una, Indians who still live ou lvsei viitious iu this n livitig lu nu easier manner. mpy lo an :il just ns Mr HaNey is now. Cobb r.ner earned AppoiMtmonte, or Attenstate iro incien'ing In number. The popular Tho vv oik is fully ns hard as a Bailor's It l:uisvtit NiwAiasNTi ChiccoR tion to Comfort of impression that our Indians uie dv tug out is, has Its redeeming features, of course, nnd a more than 100 u week, but Ii" lnd in the w thnir OuoaU in fact, iucouect so far as it relates to cow boy bus good health and is independent to count! y, hei c such n sum goes u great way. who have abandoned inigratot lifj u cei tain extent. If I weto asked to adv iso a His homo wis n pleasant cottag, and ho llaanap iilili.r .(ulK-rfi-l i, anuituuilkr . mid paitlj or wholly civihed. Tim youns man ubout a cowboy's lifo and tho drovo n hore that Mr. Homier ao him. IIi A irro of rharic. .sp.srUI arriiuiiro.lntl on kltiti1il fikll l.ti.t !., fir,. lived well, though modestly, nud iieithcr in Oherokeos of the Indian ten itoiyhnve neuily nltf) nioc nt kil(riud o (oini rr'li:ririi(r. I hi ' LKAVIt. I lllll .r vlil 'rerc'1 a "" roup -doubled Iu nuuilter since IslO, and the reni-uavvus haiil, nn.l tlmt vvitliout caiiltnl tlio 'vJ 'ifv-"lmks j wih tn r)inlrni of the Six Nations, now settled ou farms bimiivii) iiviv ' nf l.)ounr an.l r lk krs I.CMUSVII.l.J. V (JI.VUIXXAT1 in Canada, nuiiiltors S.000 souls, and has been Tlii'ii, if Iiu insisted upon tryliiK it, I should BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. llimlclte llninealck at Hrj n ."Uuur. 1)1 ly, focuua In Iravalpia tcndlly growing since the triljes tilwiiidoned tell liim to go out oa bonio big Nuvv Hiiglaud How people whd movo uwoy from Iowa. This Mngnzino porlruys Allien'-en- n WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, iheir wild habits una took tongricultuie. To iann, put on n pair of overalls, do uil tho Ket houtesicl. ouco In avvhilois exetiiphlled thought nnd liib from neenn to quit the war path and be a "good Indian" lmrd drudgery nnd then multiply his work by , in tlio close urn letter on nnotlier wibji'.'t by ocenn, is lllled with pure liigh-cln. HTaNMHU), ky. nowadays is umducive to longevity .'ud to two, and he would get an idea of n cowboy's ourllftvvkejo huinorlst to Ur. MuRomi tlio THE MOST RAPID literature, nnd can ho Mtfcly weltho perjietuiiy of the red race, Now Yoik life Youth's Companion. other da) : "I espect to (.jiend the rest of my comed in nny fiimily WALTON BROS. . - Proprioto H. circle. b'un. 'tiaveliiij: day' in my Uryn Mnvvr home. Jt 'I do Aristocracy of Mind. PRICE 2Bc. OR $3 aIeAR BY MAIL. is verj bewitifiil here. But oneu iu nvvhili A Lavatory fur Vaibls, f'l-- i Kver Kttouiitl lidwwn tuo areat (nmuieirlal Iiu ClKirinin; youth, that jouiij; Bellamy I Ret n Illtlo tired and homesick, and I want One of the most convenient pieces of j ocht iraou ihoOlihHIfer aud tltlvtwo, ami "onc blieofbtago, VOiSO. Klght couirlote ol. ol Been Sample Copy of current number mailed upon rery 8atlii( (MClly, Including uallarr, such n teflucd nnd cultlvatod intellect! to look over u lonp;, wide, billowy stictch of tlie lasliitllmo ami moat omlbnutilo trains lie 0o. fuinituiejet dovised is the folding lavatory ceipt of 25 ctt,; tack numbers, IS cts. vnt BIlMwoaliln ratn tu jfioil attraetlonr Iwmi nil points In tli6.S'li, or lo Urn seen iu sover.il of the impoiteil cutters.. The Wuen you think wlmt he risen fiom, it teally prairie, tuut in only by tho circlinj rkynml iiieioiiiiie'piiriniiiua iraiu. aim Aortlnrt'Nr. l'leiiiliini I,. vvlili rlllicr. does him cicdltl j henrtlw wind vrhispcr nnd slii through the outfit includes u tank for water, n washbasin on all trunk hum Is ilenoiuiiulisl 77ic IjdlUt'1 Addieisi j wild war'rl.vll...,o-nmfni- l . Tbeiiiierorollliilock w grasses, ami feci ns though tho vvoild She Why, weielns peojilo a inferialii '(I l.'.rji und a second tank llsw for wnsto water, all J s.(. an ,i. m.,. R. T. BUSH h SOU, FuWshor:, cUea intruui I'lllilllltfil CoUIoft. He Well, jes. His Krnndfnthor ' nu carl. was 1,000 mill's wide nnd reuched I torn knuri,uii iinmihira in ono frame, the dimensions of the laigest alAtKllCouionlickei Otlirea IU Hie fcouth JBHQ1 I TO 1 luYS.i an I i.If.i, T you know, nnd his iinelo 'su bishop; and ho Albia to Arklev And K'oJ jui-- t tlilnUing IUO V UK IVnrl St., .V. v. site being " feet S inches high, I foot 0 inchr you will Iiml our time lalile" ami th ket j. enj VVahavo n0 laV ' if.aniin 0 tomll.r. uairlctura. 4W liiiiiol i, heir to nu old Innnieley with of tho pralilei Ii spired mu tovvrito vou. S inches extreme depth. Tho basin eel Jlomin anJ atlck to Jfriuoli, If wide and tnr .. aviiiianau,riiicn. it jou vtaiittiiaare money anil Into u (ileaaant limy iiimi, a letter ns long ns u wlro fence! aso.iwo a jearl-Lom- lon I'utich. Virjoaltjlht folds up when not in ute, emptying the water i:.0. MifOUMItK. Alcmi .t I.I.I, 'Filially, lirftliivu.' "l)os Jloiues itcgister, I Wheiiopin tho water faucet (ioneial Paietmor Auent, t'mtao. 0.1 it does so. llln.N. Y. Dos eat dog-- 1 A catilno catius iKiloguu. Cloclnnatl.BMH ril 1 Irkfi TAirenls anil Dllicei und dishos for soap and bruihets are sen in. 41)1 Atp., LoiiIiviIIk. Ky. A Villi..!'? lias iMitoiitoil n folk to hold hot A. IlLCKNKB, OhloW he Epwli. Sol 11 fr'fujcll U. Nw Yoik Mil', and Kxnres. M. 'liiHKic.sif, I ."J Vliif il, tiiiclmatl, u corn wi tPaa Mi. 41,0'K h, I'njs S3 for t I.I O III ii 1 sli-.- ip ! literature. "Where Hmvelis never was heard of," nld my friend, "where tho fame of Mngfellow has not jet reached nnd vherv Holieit 1,oii.h Stevcuwuiis as if unlxim, that famous author is admired, if not levvrenced. He inul.es SI'MnJU a j nr by Ins w ritmgs " Veel nt iny iguorniuo and with my curiosity Will whetted, I iiiqiiireil his naino only to learn Unit It was Hailnnd P. Ilnlsty, u naino I n ver had heaid iu in) life Tho whole truth was j;iu Igmgly dehveivd by my informant, who nt length frecdlns mind in this wis.; UuUuy is the writer who signs the noin ilo plume "Old .Sleuth" in one of the Kpulni' vveoklies Fifen ven's ago he wrote n ennl story called "O.d Sleuth, the I) te live," and it achieved n success so great thnt iiftemnid ho adopted the name of the heio for his own pu iiaiue, and ever mro he has been leeling out stone, nlways alKut "Uld SUuth," until ho has now written something like LHX) vol- unic-Jthis literature. Widens is his circle of fame he desires to widen it by the production of more ambitious literature, and to thnt end, or as au approach to it, has junt finished n of v&i et ww Absolutely P'urc. th?ii b Furniture, , 3e mM- - ViPiV feglf .& Oases, Caskets, Robes. as low as tho lowest. Pull'and Complete Stock of the above and B. W00J) WALLACE, tiii: D"KAR2U. -- Stanford JNnETUSr- FUliNlTURE STORE MACK EirFFMA?;. Broprilor 0. VV.-- 111 sei-ni- s T4N Bt.l 1ZI t. com-Iosur- ii ,i lnv' 1iv 1 - CHESAPEAKE , IM-wa- 1 1 1 EAST t'j 1 WEST st iXf.S'uL.Sloifc, MOTHER s $10,-(X- srr fi j -- g PLAIT'S :,WvVr KV cx.WV 1 sling ij.iihkm:k. l-t, y hX Q2 , 1 1 1 lj illtit'.'ruH II ullt. iv I, . , t. n. f-- ll Man-da- y. stag-geim- i. V nil rl inrunti fuuiltttiiitlou '.. s rid - Joiimnl 1 jllll 'I5i-I)r- .. I I Ii ta-i- t' ' .ii uii ir inr be-o- T NEW FAST MAIL .r tni,rt ss 5E1GE! I i I I lln, .. em-til- Jour-Fio- v. S3 "!! -- WV iWcuattttm THE KAISER COMKS. HOW THE PEOPLE OF BERLIN WELCOME THEIR SOVEREIGN. fin COT THE An Amntcur "BUCK FEVER." n FORAGERS IN THE SADDLE. WHIST t RULES IN RHYME. Florence Washing Machine. hara hniidht thn rUht io sell the Klnrpnen Waalilng Mn hlnuauil am no prei.irl t fsri.liti all who mtf wish to sutr ihslr cluthn Irj.i the lUhbliuauJ tesriuit IDrlduut to thool.l prociwanl wusliiu lakBoi.M huJ try it ami Im conrluctd, III o'jrirrriu Ikj 'uylu uuhui you are fully utlillpdaatulu DierlU. I 2tr : K WM, AYBKS, JAP. O. OIVBYS Notary Tuhllo. lllilra 1'roiu tlin llnllninil Stutlon Almost Alnnr A Cnmil Wnltlnir fir-tli- o Kinpnror llln AppeurHiirn iit'tlin WIihIiikh KiiIIiiikIiisIii. - ' ,. i lilt otlrt do not, MrlmM ilmu not, litis ii dliwtl) in front of tlio i'in'r"r' m Hut on tlio dny of tlio knKi leturn lite crowd n inui'li too largo for tlio protiv-tlo- n ifk tlm (iimit. It spread nil of our tli I.imli ii, w lieru tlio knUir drovo f roin lliektAtilHI Itit.-rfv1 1 ;nmil that mriuUil him. Ho wns tottmio In from hl (wvlaoo, nwir I'nUstliitn, nn hour from llorlin, II" nniilil nn Ivo ut s) o'clock, H Auk- - 31 hi tliu ollo uu duty miir tho mliico lliocmwduntlierliiK tliuiuiis wily m Tlit-) o'clock. united liotir nft'r hour, iliitmf lew, otlu-- i Mum holding to amil moving up mid dimn iIh Linden. Tlio crowd l'fnr tlio 'iiicrr'-- i jwiliiro Ii hi orcry day wino w lion li Is hem Tim never tiro of it. Tim fwlliu; Rrows nitli tin jmrs of tlw old MiviTttlgu, for tlicy mow tlmt a man mt W i not likely to nulln Mill Itou to 1I10111 from Mm window inn. li longer. Ttio (lerinnn rroil is not it gentle Mte It nsricaniiit wtfiittlitannd i fiviiieiitly i hind, it in not noisy. '1 Im rule. Uu t' e roifo Hili n'liii'l fur two nr three hour liefoi-- i the pniKmt's tulnce, imiiently waiting, mid for ilmratt silent. 'I lie wiiIhiIi nnd llisrlbta pltuve, Imt without nny words. If t atnnd licfom Die mhvrs tUo iieoftle ill day, tliy limy do w, providiil tliy dn not vtKl it'll" "H the diio They ustinll) full tmott to tlntojifii m" Hboiit the Mg Miies-trinlleie MiittH of Frederick tlio (irwil Ilnlx-IOK1 Tlio onicror lins mum home, Ilcrlln U. ignlti a city of life ninl buttle, mid tho Ueraiaiicroml ngnlii tltilly Kntlicn Uiiter ilrn Mndon to K") it bvlovttl knlwr como to tlio jnlfico window unit Wiwnwl ainilo to tlienu' tils homo cuiiiIiik. nf tcr liU two inonthV wiu in almplo fashion cxctpt for tlio (jV tl-- ibe n TMK KMI'I'IUJUS AUM1VAU oouiid I infc d of n "Uo Hill the Herman workman tuuillug tnr In. In "Oh, lik un budy oIm. Alone, er liu plain I'niiuifc'r, )nu know." ii vktjrla mid A little IntiT n plain, ltirof Murk httrmim t the lm Kntiw and lrre to the Uttiii to lirttiK tlie tmiuror. lli Tbe empi'mr ' int ipill alotio.i u.iiivll) ' ho mit IlieiKlnrir, ith liiui, mt on Inn lrt,wirttiK tliiiluiiliHiit uniform of tl (lanle du C'ri, lii mIvim Itrmiet rtiinliiK ait from tlio tuft of liit4 1 lie emaioT uniform nnntlwilof fentlierK. nn iufnnUy geni'inl nnd wm strikingly plain. llMi.of ilwik liln cMli, Ue oout aloiw iw lievd liy rf.llMr Mini cnlf of hnirtxt cloth. a cap nf daik hliie cloth, Willi n Umd of wnrlrt rl"Ui hmmiimI It. At ! iluwh droe hIihi tho Ijinli'ti, mil ing, lit hiiad rniMl in Milut, Iixiking uitt Mt all like s irk man, Imt ipiile kII, the cltwrs ji, e hrolki forlii, hihI, liko a di-ll- i'lliiiK Into "HikIiI Ilivhl oil Aftfi him, nod MtUf action. Hocb!" Uoiit if l Anil Mbeu the rnriinKe piiancd on to tbe ace door the croud iulni nrrue the tnvt, t ami two (mllce the claenl in inado mi i'IIih t to tny the 1. The knUer Mapped from tlie lowly violniia, noi nt a limn of W, Imt m one twenty yean Voilllger liiiifht A lltlletoopof tlm rhoilldcrii, Imt otlnrwie In tall form It prat t Tlie I a enne, nud will not kuiwr bo nexei Hut hi ttcp di't nut idiow- tile one lion i, f i ifiii m and iiiicertHlnty nf extreme nge Nn foolmmi win In nltemintic. Count Hrotind the cnirine to the iiipci'i' id mid Kitel for lilni to p in, Ihiv. The trim into the thru follow jouui: (tKii'hmnn in blurt; nnd wlver llverj to tlie Rate, Imiidling tlie dro"e Kbiidy iiIIhih with I'oiiwtont prih' Tlie cpovmI waU'liiil tho enn lan in ilimwl silence until the pit'- - Then the it dlrnpp"flivd aopte movod nhuiit to u-- t tlu'liiwhii. hut not toRonwny nlt-tu- no of mmiihI, io.JI Did you over boar Frank Lovnu toll bis with that deor up thu country when bo wnt dftonnlned not to get the "buck fovcit" Well, l'rnnk went up In tho a crowd of old and now hunters. A1 pruwrntlons Imvlug lieen inailo, tho doer alayrnwcnt out to look for fresh venison, They Bticcccdid In wounding n deer thntnf teruoou uud killing two ioio, the old hunters doing the work. I).ukin'n coming on, tho huiitvrs concluded to wait until next morning to semi Ii for the wounded deer Acconllngly next morning they started on the trade of Hit dii'r and followed It n long way until they tttiuck iiMiudl Ktrenui hi'tnicu two high bills. Hi'io tho ciipLalu diiideil tho pnrty Into MpmilMif two and thice nnd gnvo them iblecliiiii n to bow they should proceed ill order to come up w ith the tin r. As it hiipK'iiisl Ivnu wan one of tlio men placed mi tlie left of tlicilreaiu nnd waa or dm tu extremely caieful to avoid nil i io nnd eri iieuMiit and nlxive nil not to p, t " I'rank proilcil to cm i y tlie bui k fi out hia instructioim and walked along the atreaiu with the mce of n mihII ami the trsnil of n fn. Having gone n far fit be con id ereil it lusiluu to go and seeing no signs of a a deer or other aiiiuml heatopiel fnileii tree to mirvey 11m lnndhcaH) oVl hi. p lug on to the log be wnt engaged in A ivni'fiil sciutiny nf tlie surrounding hi. Is wlieu he waaiuip(lle. by some iuwnnl feeling to turn his i r fV'hiiiil linn. I'nim that he wn trniisloiniH. from Hiionlinai, for he beheld, oiuaui .1 hunter into u , riottliiit) liet fn'in him, alivedeer tlmtttoo.1 'isikuignt bun and ll'ippiug IU large ears fm if it misIiihI to liwiter by sight and hmiihI the uittuiv of the object Is'fore it. Never haillt( had audi nil exielriie l'iau bg'iu to tlilnk thnt be wns going to lime tome fun and the honor of killing lilt llrat deor Uu was mined with n illlo of allot nlioul Ihe pounds' pull, but bo lmil one of those guua nir. Delllieintely nnd qui llv lie drew tlie l Hie to his shouldiT nnd took aim at tlie deer benil, sn)iiig frwjuently to liliux'lf, "ViMi're my meat ' Having aimed 'a hen, be concluded sex ei al time at lie-dthnt he would imt run the lis', of tniaaing it mid lnu?li at him, so he lowthe ered the gun until the sight were alitusl for theliemt of the deer, ami lie continued to Intuit the ,,1111 at tho deer and remaik You're ni meat," for n ininuto or mote, being iindei the iinpretMio'i that tbo nnimnl waa giKxl i.iatmiil in thnt iHMition for a du At Uat Imxlug uiailo up bit iiiIimI to or tilggii, 1'iaiik steadied bis neiea I till the uud mentally eongrntulaUsl hunself iism nc gitting the buck fixer Then, he sn), be pulleil that tiiggerliaek it leaat three Inches, and juat nt be liegnn In feai that tie' tngg r wat mnde of dastic ami would neer t..p going Uiekward the ilet r gave a lamml like a footbnli stnick by a HNtinl man and laudisl lialf way up the side of the niiiuiilatn At the same time Ixan't Knot went up mid the I llle uhs discharged ill the nir, Uw I ml let paiwliig over the iiHHiubilu When tho other Into the next township. buiibr came to In Ipcut theibs r up told litem tli it In- hadn't hit it, nt he only bad n snap li"t and l.n! no chance of killing it Vllliaiuiit Sun and thinner. inoun-Inlnswl- Ilunter'a 1'lrat .Shot nt I)rer.Too Sloir on Trlccer. Cnrrjlug Otr Hams and Sntet I'utiitne In tlie I'acn ol the Kneniy. Wo wcio proud of our forugcit They con ttltutcd ri picked force f i mil enrli icglmciit, under nil olllcer bclccUsl for the command, and "vero icnmikahlo for iiitelligrnec, spirit and dm in,' lie fore daylight, luoiiutisl on i captuiisl on tho plantation, thoy w pro In tl.3 fn Idle afd nwny, cou Ing tlio country roiik timet secn mill's in iuImiucc Although I hnve s;inl "in thr snildln," many a forager had tio'liiiig better thnu a bit of cni'tet nt,d n loie baltei , jet this aliiipllclty of eipnjiinent did no i inte Ins iouer nf cm rj ing olf hams and mid t Hitatoea in tlio face of the enemy. The f Dingers wore also ini'ioituut un a soit of nilwiiR-n-l guard, for they fonmsl iitually a cm lain of moutitisl Infantry screening us from the inquisitive puitieM of Wheel. ei'scaxuliy, with wiioiii lln-- did not hesitnto to (iigugo when it wus n qui t Ion of u rich plantation. When couipelltil to ictire, thev rfwirted t all the tricks of infantry skinnMieiv, uimI oiiiiiiioiii-- l forageii liom other n Kinieiit to help drive tlio Johnnies" out When sins cm crow ntsl their effortt, tlw plantation wnt promptly stripjutl of lio atiK'l. mid MituliU The liutiMs were ni iMialomed to bin) pioxisluiia, for tb v fcied their own soldiers quite a much ns tiny feni iil intra. Tlie-- e sulilerriiiieau stoiesweie readily diwovei. si I,) tbo pi net Ii ml "Yank(e" p)e. The iippeaiuiiiv of the ground and a little pi obiug with a ramrod or a tmyouct oon deciiied wbetoer to dig. Tenuis were improMMil, carts and velili les of nil aotts e anil ionilml with weie piemisl lulu the )To iions. If nn antiqu.iUsl nnlitm were diatsuciisl, they were promptly hoi-s.ic.w-so- f If )ou tho modern raiiio of Whist wo'ild knovf, this gn-a- principle Its precepts How: Treat jour own hand na t )our partner's Joined, And pli) , not one alone, hut both combined Your llrst I 'ml uinkes your sinner uinliTstand Whnt Is th chief isimtsinent of your hand; And hence tin re is ntceasity the strongest That jour Prst leu. I he from ) our suit tlnt'i longest In this, ltli ace nia' Ing, lend king, then ace; With Icing nml queer, king nlto hat flrssplnce; With uoe, queeu, U iio, lead no., nud theu thu AYREScS: GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 311 Fifth Htrrrt, Hesilnuarlora at a. a. Myers' itore. .W. -- . E' KI.V, LOUIHVILL.13, lto-'j- - ftOB-- ICY. l jr.) A aqil 5, Cromto Hloot. E. H. FOX, IMIOTOft sIim Bit queen. With ace, four wuull ones, nco should first lie , qiim-iiknave, tin, you let the quern cede; In otlier eases, joii the loest lend. AlIlJEa, Wholesale Grocers ni hiiilillmc oppo PEARSON & CLARK, With ws.i; pre- iu" u,i !i ui t W ii in iiror urepir id to acooiiiinilla Hit public wttn a in pictures inmi I'lujuyrqiUi to UMsizi Sitliltctlin gunr. tr Un r in ittsl i liln. eait lii .V. LEXINGTON, KY. 11 ost Main Kre ) nu return )iair frlendV, your own tult play; Hut triiniM )iiu mutt return wltliout ilelay. When Jon r. turn ji,iir imrtncr'H leud, tnke)nlin To lend him laick the ln'tt ymir hnml ciintnhis, If 3 ii mo.'VmI nut more lliun tin wut Unit; If )oii luul inori . v. ii :uu) leturii the worst Hut if joii holil th" iniisti r card, jou're IhmiihI In inof t cas's tu plav it aetoinl round. leeii Livery, Tminiiiy, SALE STABLE Ii,iir,t dth. nV.. i Fccii, ! I ffAHTEE5H -- GKICKEN - il 1 tit Whene'er von want n lead 'tin seldom wrong To haul up to thu uuik, or through the strong. If aecond hand, your loweat sImmiIiI ls plajetl, I'nlisM imi mean "tramp slgnnl" to Is) inndej or If ) on ve kni,f an I queen, or see ami king, Thun osie of theae will lie the proper thing. Mind well the rules for trumps, you'll often need tlsvin; When ou bold live, 'tia always right to lend in 'rlri ml hfak Ii l'e huJ(iiuiii) ,i.ri ilsy tradeires on revtonat 'e Willi linl units .Mil A . t .llil'KXTIUI. Stanloid, Ky .a i,.t stpp', an Cholera Cure! -- V4i sSSLi e lrg' 3AKtvs5!j:r LOMJON.KST, laouwa:, F.i3. RlfET, Proiiriotor. riinriiiialil) Kenoniieil mid Keliir. nlstiiil lliroiizlioiil I'lrsl. class Fnrc nml reiisiinitltle prices Iriij' uml nlulil mills ire niel h) polite I'ortcrs of t la t h dT.ijiu iOiuliir House, III"-nin- ii. ni. them , Or if the lea. I wnu't come in time to j on, TIh-signal to j our partner ao to do To which, with lean than four, piny tim-fon- Watch ulso fur jMir artner'a tninip request. out) our heat lie-Iii- it n.er hi' lna to !) donned, mill n coniiiiil proceaaioii oscortisl the Miluublu truln ot Irnoty to tin point whero tlie biirude was i";icctcil to bivniiuc for tho night The rigiiiieiilnlaof the iwt, even to those i t ii nliuiouury tiuiea, Here often on ipicuoux. On ni oecnaiou when our In Igndo had tho ndxmu'e, arties of furageis, coiisoli dating theuiM'lM's, captuiisl n town fiom tlio oik'U)'a cn ally and ixvupiud thu neighbor lbjfoio the arnvul of tlio I'lg plauuitioim. column hostilities hud ceaal ; order had Ihh'ii rwtoreil nnd mock arrangements wer.j iimihi to levs'ixe the nimy. Uur legimoiit In tlie ndwniee was coiifrnnteil by n picket droH-e- ii In isiutinental uniform, who wnved his pluimsl lint in to the of tho men uml galloil nwny on Ida Imrelmcl: inulo to apprite bis coinr.idit of our approach. We man lied into Him lowunnd tested nncai-l- i aide ol the main atieet. I'reacutly u forngtr, in nncnii uiiifoim indicating high rank, drlioii(h(,l fioin a wile sticet to do tho honors nf tie- - occnuinu. He wnt mounted on a KofJiiante with n bit of cnrjiet for n Middle. His old plumed clmistiu fu band, bo rodo with gixcious dignity through the street, us if loviewfug l lie liiigade. After him came n fiiuiily cuiiingH ladmiwith limns, sweet and other pun jmont, nud drawn by twu liorax-- .. n mule nud n cow, the two Intui ridden by pustilioiis dipt Daniel Onkey in To lead through honors turned up Is lmil piny. Unices joii want the trump suit cleared auay. hen. second lwiid, a doubtful trick )ou aee, Hoii't tin-uit If ihi hold inoro trumiw thnn Hut, liavlng WILLIS HOUSE, 'MlN Si , i l( thrt; IPKiMi K) When wvaU frirml. Hut nlwa)s force the adverse strong tramp band. I'or ssuenceB, b tcr n ctmtom has decntsl The lnHeat)ou most play, if you don't lend. When )0u dkcanl, venk Milta you ought to clesHe, Tor strong onci nre too valuable to loe. tlinv or leas, trump fearlessly. In truinis )ourself, don't foreo your J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor, wFji a mx 1 Tfcble And clem ac.il veil furnlslil rooiui, t hi Hotel has uo auparlnr, Iiikh) rbowi attach I. r J'hou sands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 5ocents 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 to the undersigned and otir money will be refunded. two-third- 2e0ieriUy 2Ully zmitATixmiY. I am dally iipen'i 'i,i. tierj, a elegant II nol .sprlui; iui.Iii ling all abd gilj Voiiiik l.'nii'i'i Atihiitt uml r.ittl. The Latent N v:itiu of the Season. rorsiatency mote than luck, ierhups, sent Alo 'oilon, su i na H lk!lar.' the iil time uud iigniu to i'.itti's hotel in ami ( jtU l.unloj C.fs-'ti- , t)utio, ttc Y.m l'nn wll riinl vac(tis) hy i cin iti-i- j iiii M do not ulsli to hee her," la diva cried. "I If Wmrir. ux il'sir to th Myers II01M4. d not ore for tho pre it secret she says K.t TK lit DOEK.t II I fche has for me. ib no secrets. Well, let her in," hIip consented in n moment of good nulii-rcntcf- s iii-102-:- s 'Ihe (Mlllll) Alt or slinelui; Itnrn Horses. "Do yo'i not think tliero Ii nlmott nt uido .1 for tls inipioxemeiit of the ait of slioe-in- g mew Imraea as theio liaj Uvn nindo with trotting lioraes tlw uo of too weigliU, CU" !" "(Vrudnl) ." ivplled Mr. Ixrillnrd. Then lie added, with siidileu spillt: "I'll tell )oil vmicthlug )ou nmy not know; few did. I rati Wamln In aluminum plate in nearly all 1icr unit " "On account of their lightne ' ' "Of coiiise; the entire set of four plnte. wdghml only two ami three quniter ouines, while )ou know n set of ordinary iniing plates will neigh ciht or u lie ounces. Tlw difference, of wiighl liiut be an ndvantage; 1 should ) it was equnl to the dliruieuce between n iiihii luuniiigiuonliiiiiry street shoes nud n jKiir of light slipper." "How came u to d it cover tlie iden of tho nlumlnuui platetf" " ell, it luul long iKvurreil to me thnt if a light shoo or plate could be made it would give the boive wonting It n great ndvnntniro. ' I had SPM'ral vxei'iiueiit limde ill Kuropo with ilitrctwit metnls. A great ninny wero tried uud failed. They were light enough, but not trong enough liable to twi-- t or bieak, and of coutso dangerous Finally, out of n doeiicieiiinelit, wnevolxeil tljeiiliiiui-min- i pliit( " "Were not excit those wither delicuto nnd field - citk, 1 !!. - i"l il lck A CuiiiIiik riiiiiiirlnt Niipoleon. Hanks nrrw-i- il at public con enience" and recrlxe their liarters as tucli Tlwy Imxe got to tie quite icriial In their utility, however. Kxivpliug in the smaller Imnka it is nxt to imNi iliin fm a iiiun with inoileiati' an aiiMlii.t utile be hap'ti inentit to not the lwnk di-to Is? Iwked by iiitlin-ncI went recently with n care to lllgmit friend uf mine who wautitl to osmi nil nc count Hi n state lwnk tlmt does a lieavy bui Hew ill plixnte aii unle for the tindeMiiilt ople in a goisl iielgblHirlioo.) anil wenltli.v My fileud i n U'giuuer in biitueiei, to whom initially. He bnd fii.coo, an avi.uiit ' The eblifl')- in clevkt, to ojien llro with pr- -i lent linp'iiiug to iMHwny lie fell into I hat liuigunte the clutches f the CAihler. li'temd lo bUovei tines dtsdailiflllly. "How nmgh do) on wihtuoeti un nccnuut ii.i s - i Iniuior. The girl entered in nu unpretentious gown, To.tho Citizon'.or Lincola County: with her secret ill its jvocket. "What is this secretC asked Mmo. 1'nttl in tUvltii nttitiT m'niHj a.Gne Hollar Mill iu not over cniciou tours. IlieUiwunt stinfud tbi' trj ilely my Mill lo "Only this, mndntue," tho fcnrlesi piil iiu.ii iiiijus'liy ni noir, w- - tniDk' Ilia clt reus i,t sh'.ulj n.ire dnivvlni;n amnll tvventy-livcent fan th i on myand aiislaln the ciuniy ptiJe i i,uti to I aiiiitilzc uiiis iVe wiih 10 from her iHK'ket. "Will you write your name whom It tii.ty (iiuft-rilut we arH In the artel ti hiiy our uhiat nnd corn aod will alUJlOll it I' the hiirat nmrUft irh 0 lor fame. Wo si divn winced, slio frowned, then broke bi mlibd diiiiih ni luadiluirr looiircorn raeil Into n je.il of laughter .is slio wrote in delidi priiuini aoil l'Uiuoh make uitf.il to suit any Itcdjnot hi .ipuleil hy any othir Mill in cate Italian letters "AjIuIIii i I'ntti." faI can v'e i.i 11 a trUI la cur ll iur an J in Th n amc n little," our Kmiim modestly declared. nioal 'li arnueni. our line "Well, let mo hear you," nnd the great Iur ulc will , 'ei-- f i aIHmtIhk gralu Inour ngent 1I1 .it Mill, where dinger of tho wot Id leaned back on her cush- uu le, luuuil i all t.ui a, h will Kl' ihe hen "Tnko these," sho cried nt pilciaWer Miue H'a il aid i.ilp null always In ions nnd listened tod.- ir, .v. suit't.-- v the end of the simple sons, uufiistetiing some J3l-t- f Muuturd It illtr Jilll lo. jewel from her earn. "And llitse," later on, bho Mild, hulidiu her somo letters to Maple-coThe littlu twenty-fivcent fjn has n place ninoiiK Kniniii Abbott'H trensiirw. It wns her uusllum of nccess to Mapleson and (5)0, w ith the hitler of whom she made an MISS SALLIE HARRISON, I'liXncisiiciil at Covcnt garden. Uddly enough the days which iopu!nr Knriiiii ot sin 11, '1,1, oi.oDid n I'urclmlnx trlcia sitierstltioii deem unlucky linvo been always Akclci i t Co ci i I 41 J nilpera mat to her .it 127 We. s and rrruit the reverse to I'liima Ablwtt. Friday U licr alienlluu a h w .1 aiwc'slly of Dress ii'i lieat day nnd thu tivn licr luckiest number. do Uf, li i ivi i'il ta I r Kunillurc, C.ir-l.nd in Ij ' ev rt I'll,' one (..'iil'l wlti Tbe New Yoi 1; Sun. pair .a;, i' le a . v ta.4 c I )Q "iM'cla'Ij JOi-t- f j' c it l, o -j aroxiCE. ForMlo hy McRoberts A Stagj, Stanford ' L.&N. Louisville & Nashville ft. R. TUB ORBAT Ii 1 THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO THK l'tyris SOUTH & WEST ITITII n. Pullman Palace Sleepers. LniilNillu .Mlnnm, lo isli e ill, .1!ClililliH, l.lUle orW-aiiH- .Hi. Hluiuiiecy, At--n io lsoi-k- , 1 '( vt Mobil? ami Only one . 1 Tlie auiii waa iiiine.1 and the cnaliier inniii wnit' l i ly nii'thiT lnmr The lice told them tlmt tne emperor wmiid Impillv 'lotted Open HIIIIIm lllelit. "Ihe fact is.' ankl he, "tlmt we do m.t cure fatigued come Ui tlie wiihinM, tlmt he Hesnlet we m h kiiiuU aliHHiliU. mid mint K't it'll ietitl for tlin ieicw the to liextdny. Hut the eople kueiv Wtler mid lo not allow nil account to 1h drawn under tliey wniteil I'liiblvilni wwe Jill down to i.VJ We would like to oblige .Mr. X." the whomthu would boib'ioitiir i;ie all unubetliictrd view of the corner win-no- geutlenmu frommind ion "but, lvnlly' brought an n li wintre tlie eniieror inott often nppeMra. At this jiiin'tiiie the president of tfieiusti All the babii't were Imisted on the sliouldiTs lutKHi nniMiil, and, lms'iiiug to be u of their father, m uUet ut high at (HMilble peitoual iiiipriuitaiice of ui) friend andiii)--.!f- , in their inothci' mum, .mil tlie Miiall Im) be did ilieilut) Ills uiidai ling would liave wl Into every oj mug ftlong the front wjui evaded. I imked hlni whethr tliey wero in ct tlie i niwd Tiivii tlw eniiior come to tbo wuiilow, im tlie habit of declining to open net mint on hihiIiI. They threw up baU, ..mull depotiu when tlie dfjHVii'.oiw nere tin knew u k ml Ii ill Im ivhiefa, Nlld kUOUteil mid iblnlleij ' piitable int'ii eugNged In legltiliuite blisi in a nm" hi io the atieet to gel iMnici the IH. Nevii "he .iid emphatunll), "sinnil ac Minion 'Ibeii "lloch' Hik'U' limb!" ex and iinprolltable, Imt coiiiiUnre tioiilili-som.n tli" height of Oeiiimn ciithuhiaani, pi It na n duty to take them in when lui.l i. ut, and th' about i uiuat Iwve n in-- ti I man Uliexii the ii. I the d walla of tlie jniIuiv The Hue, uetsliil our deHitor to 1' ii worthy Imnk who con eiuencei'. My llrst l.iii IU fai'" ut the window lieiiineil Willi wns Saod." miuIi- -, nml the next iiiiuute tlie old kaiMtr bud This lmuker, who appreciate bis duty to I i. Iiaiidkiic im f itpwnting it at the crowd, I believe, n innn of "0 years, the public, 'llicii the iiicii and women luu,:lut witli tut lulil't ilnpxxl their bmult, nnd the who nevi r dreamed of ieculutiiig mi the atieet. 1I:h aniliitious inluiKsl inanngiug irrepieaihle In (leimniiy at hinall Milled their Joy in ahull whittle. It mini It uud' r 10, and may utliou oung wut enough for one dny. The l.aior nm nt NaKilenii I; of lluaiuv Allreil Truinble In home, tlie people worn annulled, Mild the crow d ,"iew Yoi New . dlapi'rsitl. How n Ho) lint Oil. Iilcr In the afternoon the emptum enn ic, A Iniy iiniucd by the monitor win oulcrcd driving ipiietly from the station, uuatteiidcil " He took his plnee clenr of th to tbo imlnoe. Her open cniringe uasdraun to "sUind out desk in thegnngwiiy of the school, uud, with by u il of brown horn", ami thcoiii'limr.ii, of puiiishment bmigii g a auiootb faced yiaing fellow, wmohilxurnud the ceitnuitywall until n llle of talKcrs out hud brjwn liveij The cuiprowi h ilftecn yonn. lilni, luul to When the low of the con.een isillm'tid tlinu tie ciii'(ior, but lookt moii jouuger bnd liecouie souiewhnl long, and than llflwn jenm lilt M?nior. lew people demned tho empress' niiiwil cuiirtil when theiv wns u pau in the occuixiiion of u'i"nbut, and For this the uutocnit, the chaoteuing iioileiiiiiiitiiilion. .Vew Voik Kuii, oirene tho sentence mostly took cirect on the silius of the bunds', and the two stniigs, one A IIiiiiiiii) oImi;h lliniillii'ii hli'l". ordeal, the other of It Un ciitoin nmong railioad men wboe of culpiitx coining to thehands victims witli quivering iu kid under Uotii't are situated w ithln low of their howling, giouniiig, or wait tmiiiH to 1k nlwaoii tho pliilfonnof the Tu .i' mo . ai'd ipnicdll tlieir emotion ns tiny I'lieul f cmtiilid lo sjilutu their wives or other tliofnmily, wlionio Benenilly nt tbo wi.unil li .r way Kick to their seats, might iHisibI) h..o U'cu object replete with interm.i, m at tho time wl.eu tu ti..inx pans est to nsiildcutof ill 111:111 untitle, but Weio riu'CMiidr. 'lorn and bnikeuien hno como to much ntleuiiou nn.ong it ivsa duty on tho jmitof their fauib tixxsinim u to excite A coiidttctor nun us. to liontth" window. bit Tlieiowus olio little imp, as i inc.ulier, wluxo homo is nenr Ointigc, ( rtnln skillfully to skipmroKt out tho who tl cry nrtnulni' to bavo thlt ciitoui ii only dlteovcicd the other dny tlmt advancing to tho lutienting column, bug liu he had i hiuilti'ii, hU wife, for mi iudttluitu iK'ilod.hm Immii hiiiitls, mill bow Ins if l to his pl.ico. It mi I so to get back clrciiniventlng liiui by liuvlug u dummy In her clothes umr tho window with '.vtis u dangerous tiick, the pe'iully of which, di if it l.nd been detected, I due not contemI a lluttciiu haiidkercbief that gno her the idt-- slio wns thuio wnitiliK to Fiiluto plate. I know but of thlsoi.n boy who tried It. Hhekwood'aMiigiillic. lilni. Newark News. AT TMK WIMHIH. ih-'i- Tby uthf hearted Almost every fnther whose family contains two or three healthy boys under tho ngo of IS, certainly every teacher in u boys' school, unless he altogether fails to reach tho henrts of the youngsters around him, must, feel, niter rendu),; n volume or twoof curtent children's Iiteintuie, that his onnlioys lack the tender sju'imili), the overflow ing compassion, which it is now the fashion to impiito to tho heroes of juvenile fiction. Those, icmons whonronut iu u position to como iu contact with tie cluldieu of toJny uoed only to recall Ihe Siniifrry of llojlimiil. in vio pj"t! la cjjfi?, 1 -- Arkansas and 'Texas. EMIGRANTS .((kilt, bum on the lino nf this VI ' It s .tc , er write C fpictal rates tt I'miipi J real will rccelTt lot atc,routM i V l' J e 1 e. On some Imrite. they wouldn't do Drake Cniter, for bistHiice. I tlint them on him, nnd he toi-- them ull to pieces. Hut on ii light moving, jieifectly nctioued hcrso joii could ue ttieni. Wiiiidu, )ou Uow, wh one of tlie smoothest, lightest rxovem fu the wot Id." "How It it nobody ever discovered voui use .fthemf" "We kept our tcvict. When I fiivt neil them 11) I lies, my tiaiuer, asked me how nn would keep it from the b))s In thestuble. I told him to urge 'bad f(t,' or Homo Mich excuse. Hut it was needleiMi, for noUsIy exer noticed ii "New York World Intel view. "Oh, ) dnngerotuf nt till ' e ck-li-iit, l, j lo, elm'-wUi- ' Dllllillcal Mime Siiaichlnj; fu,!., 1 wxnt by cniiiiiue fixun l'eiixatice to tho "jutnpliig cir place" at laud's Kud. It i i I ilrlvoof eleven miles, wit h nothing of tlculal inlerest along tln road, e.ts ptmg the "Merry Maidens," the "111111(1 Fiddler" nnd "l'qicni.' These me the unmet populailv given to tall, uptight slain of stone, the placing of w bub in the fields Is iittnbt.led to thu Druids Tlieir purisise nnd d.ue of their election me matters of pure oonjectuie. In the ecntei of exeiy large iKisturiiigtratt may r-- tatncinor) tliescenosof their oiviichildhoodiu order to liud icpeatetl vpiode.s In which a suf fornix kitten or puppy was the centra! nnd uupitieil lljiire Tlio callousness of tho children of one's ow 11 circle w ill bo r.indo evident nfter n few minutes spent lu such clarifying (though, to setiMtue ruther annoying) liitro8KVtioii; nndwlintis true cf 0110 circle in thU ieguil is approximately tine of nil. My own conviction is thnt bialthy boys under !A feel Mry little compassion for nti) Miircring but tlut of their noar dative, tlieir cloeo friends, and occnsiouull) their jiet anlnmls. Not only do they oviuco little but tliey often show luoio than nil entire apathy, own an nctunl plonsttro, at tbo sight of pam milicted upon nuimnU; and some, with wl.oi.i no noesl not now concci ti ourelvi, tnke a delight that to grown people, sivius nlmost fvMulifh in tonuoutitig their weaker pla)fcl'0v John Joluuon, Jr., in 1 i, Wm& uAMtii U 0 ilJJOKL, l.ouiTll!r, l..x I A K.T mf1&& i BpT no IflZ I A TJ 3S 3 f3 M com :Czi t rtTz C" m a M o IO rO 7) 73 ma to Ow iifiiiS i i 'm mnm i I n n a c 3 - CafJ S-- ropular S ienil Monthly. II fi 3 H m W pi-!n- nieni-lKro- unnl 1 1 iinn-athis- bus-Imiii- ' 'culls "Diuitlical," although in general up. iH'ntatus) it would m lor u genuine n,iiiqiu'. It it only a scrntcliuig hi buicui'lv en 8. It said: within tho times cf living men, for "Tialicd, darlingl' tlio enjoyment of isiwk and .sheep. " 'Tlnlicd toiuo.' Now supioso that UW hmidie ) nr henco "'Sloejiy, dahling!' ' " 'Sleepy Mine.' nil this land should ceuso to be p stuinge and liecouie the site of tonus and that n few cf '"Kiss me, ditliliiig,' these sciaiching stoiu shouM turvivo thu "Smack! 'general truusfoimntlnn of thirgs, and thnt "And tlmt's when 1 tolled oir illlo tho the know ledge of their original function water ' -- Washington Clitic. should bo lost. It is entirely coincn able that ' In such a cnc nntiqimiics might trace them In ravnr of Woman. to tho DruiiN. If soiiio hair or wool wero Women bavo ptoverbiallynioro lovo nnd found in crev ices of such a stone rubbed ( ir mote fidelity than men; uud, if thoy bavo by Hie nniiunl in his ecstnty of scrntching It less energy, thoy lmve less bdilhnos3. lo iniglit 1st claiuitsl nt siilllciput proof of the thoo on her own level, woman is more symsacrificial object of tl.o, slab, to which tlio pathetic and moie couinuiuicitivc; to those victim was tied up by the Druids nud beneath Iur. more pitiful, more meiciful, nnd slnughtcitd theie. Ail of which leaches us to inoro iHUilgn; to those above her, more defer"go slow " in iutei pivtlng the developments of ential nud more respectful. J. Stuait lilnckle iiutlqtuiiinii iestaiches. New Yoi): Journal in t'assell's Maaziiic. pio-ide- d, 1 ' , Isj ssfcn u stono of siunllcr size, w Inch nolxidy How It Happened. "How did you liappju to full off the bontf nskul a voiiti,; iiiau. uftir n member of bis boating patty was resuscitated. wns this wu) . I was lying on topof tho cabin nud I heat d somebody talking. They wcio cuddled donu wbero tuo boom couldn't them, mid pietty socr. a coostrucl; my 5 S3 ' tr o M M usfarig O i0 'It o V) W2 0 10 r, Linimeni OTJ3t33S Sciatica. Lumbago, Rhcnmatinn, Carnsi Scalds, Clings, Bites, BrnUes, Bunions, Corns, I PRESBYTERIANS Who do not tnko tho itiouM i Scratchos, Sprains, Strains, Stitches, I Contracted Muscles, Eruptions, Hocf All, Screw Worms, Swinney, Saddlo Galls. Tiles. STAND-B- Y Ilcrnlil nnd StitfJoints, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. I'ics-hjlc- Fire Samrlt copy of tint il FOE A. r"rr SEIVI Stnmps Ono-tVn- l ami a beautiful . THIS COOD OLD Calendar for 1888 Size I'jiCS Inches. Or icnil namea anil mMrfatoii ot ten or mors PresliTtprtuiii o( illlloront fnmllhH hn il aot now take tho papor. and rcehcthaU.il-- i mhiranil.araplo ropy free. Sciiilntoiicc. Ili'Utlon nameof church andpaitor, and aiy where)nu w thl. Aililrn.ii 11L'UA1.I .IM) MtK.NltYTr.R, KShLU Stm.tr, Ci.sci.s.s m, 0-- 'iniilltlica forevcryhody cmctly hnt Uclaimei! i "it. Onoof tho reasons for llio creat popularity ol tho Muitang I.lnlmcnt h found In Its iinlvci'Hiil iiiiliciihilitr r.vcrytodynecilisuchn medlcln Thu l.uuiherinnu seeds It In case of accident Thu Iluiisou lie needs itforgcueralfamlly u- - . Tli i Cn ii nler needs It for hl teams nud hU me Tim .Mechanic needs it alwajs on his wore ticueli. Tho Miner needslt Tins The I of L'oininercc 'I bo ruiiiinis 1'ri'iicli ('oininiinlst. Louiso Michel, the fiiinous Fivnch Comtnuu- bt, is said at Inst to hnvociossisl tliolwim- dnry into insanity, or, nt lent, into nbeira- tlon. Her publisheis iiui teftising to print her btols, her health is broken, uud she i it is (.aid, likely to bo lett tosUrvoiif her poll nnd tongue full her, As a rule, except in revolutionary di-- ti lets, she is now hooted nt nud ill Heated, it is mid, when she sjicaks. Now York Sun. I'.itcliiui; Tiout With "Sbeepweed." riieic is n jilant K)puluily known ns "hliwjiwttil" which Riows in great profusion ni' utid hlieep pens, bencu its immc. Tbij weed is posiessed of dccidiilly polotioii! or nt lo.i.t dileteilous qualities, ur.d tho Iiidluua gather a quantity of It nnd tct it nfloatoun pool In the liver, nnd staiulin;; down sttuaiu from it thoy thratli it with tico binncbcs until tho juico exudes nml lieconies mixed with tho wntor. Tlio leMilt is tlmt every trout for n buudrod yards or ho bolow that point ii doped," or tupalled nnd icndoi-cIpless ind nn u.iy cnjitlve. hs.in Frauciscu 1,'xaimtier. Six liuudiid dollars seciiiH n largo pi be for oiioeheir) tice, but thnt w at tho sum paid f'l'otio in Binti t'lar.i county It was required to Im iciiioiod toiuakowiiy for tho Thu owner Now Almiiden milt ond. it, ospcrls were appointed, uud It wns proved tlmt tho treo luul for )cnrs )lcldcdtho owner ci ops of ftttlt which sold for niius equivalent to tho iuteiisit on tba Hy n nnpromle ?0K wm uniount claimed. iiccepled lor tho tree. Tin will giio ou1 eastern friundt some iihn of thu value of mill trues mid tho profit dtitied from tiicia ui Siiitti Cknii valley. Uiiiio (.Nov.) (iuzelto. A iilua1ile Cheir) 'lice. I I .trio Antoinette's Necklace. Marie AntoinotteV famous nwklnce of pearls, which went lotind her neck in sixteen st lings, is now for sale ut tho shop of one of tho principal Jewelers in Merlin. This is tho sort of neckhico tint Lord Bcacoiislleld was thinking of when ho described Lotuifr'a 31 ARBUCKLES' nnmo on a paokago of COFFEE in n gunranteo of oxcollonco. , t fjfor j I "rojKNiif pctifls." Chlctigo Now s. ARIOSA COFFEE is hopt In all 3toros from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. first-class Among noveltiei in dogs.' furnishings como waterproof coverings with hoods extending liuslcr.i with oier tho head and ti'.m-llnbrcii't HM'kets for pujfgy'j. inilitHiil tit'Ltit. Tliu queen of nti;lniil now nml tlii'n d lifihtn t. ilt ink Scotch mountain ilew out of u qimloli. A ii!tiicli i( il vessel liticl lil.n n largo (.'!nni shell mill U very liko a horn. , COFFEE whon exposed to tho air. Ahvay-- buy this brand in hormotleally eoalod ONE POUND PACKAGES. is novor koocI Thii Struiiihoat mull ortho lliminiiiit necdi In llbrrnl supply allont und ashore. needs It- -It Is his Ue Tlio Horat'-riincU- 'i' friend and aafest reliance. Tho MocUtrroer needs It- -It illl aavo htm tin isBiuta of dollars and a world of trouble. Tlin Uu Hi ond mnii need It and will nessl Its' h n as hi life Is a round of aeeldontsand dangnrs. Tho lliielnvooiliiiiiui need It. There is notl. hglllte It ns nn antldoto for tho dangers to life lln. Ii and comfort w hlcli turrourd the pioneer. Tlio .lli'ichiiiit nerds It about Ms store mmn; his employies. Accidents will luprsn, aad th'so como the Muitani; I.tiilinrnl !a wantt d at onee ICeepu Holtlcliillii' llutlstf. 'lUttoo Usittf 1 his stock yard. runner l'ioiifcr ncedslt In ensoof emerBenej-- . can't set along without i needs It In hla liouse, his nabl-an- d eormoiny. usi) ill lirnl tliorou,;lily lmi'iiwl ntiil ni.iili nslisi V ti giKsl ili'iitifrlcv. li Keep iillotllii In llicriirloiT. Iislnuassllus Keep n llottln Alisinolu llic Mublu lot ubo wlieu Mii'UnL caof accldeut tn es pain and las of vnifi PubUtheil TttPiflnuH atttl Frlttau -AT S3 PEUANNUM, OA8II. It understood If we credit that $2.50 will be and demanded. Stanford, Ky., - - Novomber 11. 1887 W. P. WALTON. MORE LOCAL Warrants continuirnr to be Issued Miller for Belling whisky in against J. be took the neceMtry step to en LincsBter, join the HUtboriten ftooi further proceed n log aeainnt him and the Injunction argued before Judge Morrow Monday nittht by Welch A Sauilejr for Miller and Mefr. Landram, Owsley and Noel for the town of Lancaster and the V 0. V. U. The judce took the cae under advifeinent, but an agreement wa finally entered into that If City Attorney roinlinson would aree in it, he being absent, that J i.le K. P. Jacobs would be chooen a pcial jndji in the cape on pome and the trial hd at day to be agreed upon. It will be remembered that when Judue Morrow declared the local option law in Lancaster defective, Mr. Miller obtained licence both from the county court and the city authorities, but the latter revoked the city licence when the judge decided subsequently that he had no appellate jurisdiction in the matter. Miller' attorney agree that if thny cannot prove conclusively to any lawyer of competence and good standing that he is fully entitled to aeil lit) lors tor the period of 12 monthe, that he will quit the buinea at once. Bo long an he la proceeding legally be does not propose to be narrated ar.d disturbed in hi rigats and it ia for this purpose that he "ought the injunction. Lnotfr In Fleming county 31 mulee sold at $111, 29 yearling mules at $89 , 5 suckling mule at $65. By the explosion of a keg of powder at Parkersburg, W. Vs., two men were killed and three mortally wounded. The twelve Presbyterian theological seminaries have 705 students, against 197 in 1870 Princeton lead with 161. Joseph Fuller, an old seaman ol Ms has been cranted a pension lor total blindness Hi first payment will be over $13,000 I ngel, the anarchist, ys he would rather die than go to the penitentiary, and that he took poison because of objections which he entcrtnins of being handed The army of the United Statescontalna It cot Is 2.102 officers and 23 94S men from $35,000,000 to 510,000,000 annuallr, including all the expeusds of fort, arm, equipments, etc. Prof. Cushman, who has charge of the covernmtnt exploring expedition, is said to have uneirthed a whole city and oxhuiued 2 00d skeletons m southern Arizona, tbjut 80 miles from Tucson. At the special election held in Bth county last Stturday the proposition to nib suribe $150,000 to the capital stock ol the Paris, Georgetown rt Frankfort railroad was successful by a majority 6f neaily S00 two-year-New-burvpo- rt, 8rEAKmo of ihe feeling against Pryor, C. JOHNSON, Butler and Tucker for defending the the Louisville Gjiiimrrccdnquirep: THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, ''Where it the great lawyer, or the small Is now prepare! with a pod stock and an al lawyer, who would refuse to accept a reworkman to do any kind of work In his line promptly and In tbe host manner (lire Mm a taining fee in any case, from the quarrel trial. Shop nn Lancaster street (277) between the dice thrower at the foot o tbecrosn, unto this good hour when the Haymarket murderers are trying lo escape A Hint Itn ii. or lb vturs ntil. In ixiorf-mia just punlthtaant for their awful crimes?" iddl-tlon1 H. THAT- - M1 ROBERTS & A. STAGG, When the President siid that "a public ollice wae a public trust," he did not think that it would induce everybody lo go into the "truil" business, until we now have a whisky trait, a milk trust, a coal trust, an iron trust, a tin trust, and a score ol utlur Caiuo to my wdghltig almiil trusts, f Chicago Time. hi m 11 dltlou, tame lo uy farm about 3 weeks 'Ihe ownerihi gel b T by pairing lur tills ndvirtlne llsemeiit and the keeuliu ol .11.1. KX II KA . I. ; 1 , 277-Btanlnrd, Ky f 3Sstray place k 12 i ! while hot: tan get by aylng mids days lyo a I r this Montana pud during the present ve-- r in bounties lor the killing of squirrels, wnlves, p airie dogs, heirs and covolei-- , $!UI,(j25 10. 21 i ii tiro and other The nnui-- tut tiM., Crab uri bard. rtpinvs. 4SSOV9IB!KX I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, OK- yuE, JIAVU - A FEW yeara ago tins country was Rome what startled by an upneaval of the bed if a creek on the (arm of Mr. Neil Traylor and numerous geologiatacame to examine it. Squire Murphy says a similar upheiv al bag just occurred iu a creek near his house and he begin to think that thing are getting shaky in that neck o' the wood. Bio Tkkk Mr J K. Kusnell report to the mill this weeK from that he the woods of James Dougherty a tree that made six ot cuts, tti butt measuring 61 inches and the sum cut 15 inches. Mr. Sine, who will htve to cut and come again. 10-foTlii-beata practical experiment the other day dminti-strate- d that a Ireljht train ofj; cr with au votes ds air brake, cm b3 si ippod wlmlii and at a distinee 11 i n From Januarv 1 to N ivember 1, 271 r.i i pl,i railroads have laid a total of 9 408 mi leu ol at a rati) ot 34 miles tvr hour. track. More track has been laid so far this LOCAL VO VICES year than in the re-i- ISStt, and exceed the Buy bios; and school sup record of all other year in the history of plies your school from A. K Penny this or any other country. Ask your Krocer for the Cincinnati IU According to the minute ol the Cum (ing Co.' crackers and cakes. berltnd Presbyterian Assembly, just oni, W atchim and Jewelry repaired on nhor the rec ml of ton church stands as follows: lOtice and warranted by A. II. Penny. Ministers, 1 563; licentiates, '40; eandidnte A ooMrLETK stock ol jevselry, lateet 247; conerfgaiions, 2,511); added dtirinu the iyle. Kockford watche a specialty. A. It. Penny. year, 13,995, total member nip, 1 15 1 (6 The firm of Penny A McAlister hauic Heavy tore! and pnlrie tires are re accounts are .ems pnrlel raging tn certain portions of lilt dissolved, ttie at once and realty Yuu umy ment. Ctmie In snve rust. noin, Indium and West Virginia. Boone county, in the Utter rf.ate, it is sia thit ihe Huio,iher nas became so heat ! ed that the trees are budding acain and put- t)l is- - mis linn "Ut IIP leave Hi)'! Opsoslte Female Col legs. Can and limine my won. Cablueta jl per d alisls. n hi A 8or jinrs old, with btaik h(k in di r uoille ami nmsll nine's Fork rhuruli. ear on ilcht Ip. lllaya liberal reward lur her or Inlurmalloti leadltii: t" ber rrtoTt-rnear Brudhetil, on the 'M-- i. Si Keen were j.i.iu-.mur.it, ,St ur Mjnlord 27J.lin Impt z il aud lri united with Ihe churc" S jtue of iritH numoer weru restored We had good crowds nil the lime I never en better order and ntlention in my life Msr Ihls Is to iiiitlft the public thai we will not pr tin Oiveiis mil afiv l,ii,,II..L, nr .Mj (illiur Imatj..!,.,p .,n ,.,,p ..... .... I'll, ..h.... W. .it, V, I, Bro Z. B. Bhacklefnrd and IS I closed an 11 day' meeting at A llgbt Iwiy insre, hiI ou right tide id 1 LOST! s Having securd th nervires of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaki-- with many yeatV experience, all work will bn done with neatuesi aud uiapattih. fu ly nihured. Spectncles at d Eye Qlanei to suit the rye. r Poscecl. ,,ir,-nrp,, H P DO farms, but wewlll unlthiy pttMh it?fw?Tiiis iw me iuii exieuiui uieiaw, i.riinn . tt, ju 1)-on- Not. I, 1857. J.tJII S ';'l',-.S. r. rto..i tnuth, -- C o P (TQ CD V 11 ill A v On TuoHdiiy, Novombor 15, 1837, All of my itiLltlng f rnal span nf cm. One ouiublnitl Horn,. 6 jears old, bund llui. yiars obi. 3 MaitM. t.ne jwtrl ng nlll Mge" Hi j, a.--t'olis, 2 pairs wurk uMule.. i . .!..... (.., ...... .. ....! - ..... ..II pmi-rly- llailiiK detertuilieil logo U'e I, I w) to inr plare near !'riaitier!lle, on Ihe Crab llrtbsrd A M tbe highlit tiKI.lt r. n lamaittr iurTlke . sali:i 1 o 2 z 5 3 T H- CD rf 'J. sua H niiu I old Jai d-- Now I'liotogmiih i (jallury it.bolographer i:ti i , t Tns II. T. SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES By virtue ot taxfadu e aud unpaid for tin- lowing yoars, I will on fol- 277-1- 1 j. 20 Plus, W -- liulfs, fat llixr, 1 I palsy It. Hoad I ajt 2 r, I Waiter A Wttuil Muwar 1 Hay IliVe 1 1 Hrlit of Hlf kiwilili'i urvhuiu Mill, No. I ItHili. t t ol Parlor Kurn turn I Organ, I lug MMblne. linttnwt, lloutefiold a.t Kltrnen Kiirnliuif, Kariulug Impb uietils, l(K) bushel nf tVneat, 75 Utritli oi (uru and 50 btitbtrls Shelled Oais All siimsnl (III a I'd under, cah in hand ner that amount atredltofa ii.unibit-- mi lamd .h aprrufetl ictirlty I'MiIng 6 f eeNt In ttrest lr..iu day of tale, nolx sihI Miirlly lu be gltru twlure proprriy Is remol. IteglB irwH,illy at iMo'iltxk. to, hr i 7Cnitmi, i mm, 7 Ji.iB iu, ol jpnmKCat tie, 2 . 2 jokei wuil. uiir 2ii head ol No I ttiuthdowu milk i. .jrr. tfiurr), aao, 33 ibs' O m J ? --. o p I 4 lelll HUSH. Aucliourer. Jttll.y .tMlhllnX. (2TS.I.I) Z H- - MONDAY. DEC. 5th. County Cou't Court-Hous- 18S7, NEWSY N01ES. eapose to public (ale twforet If e door In .Manford, Ky., for tath In hand, the to.lowlu property, or io much thereof as will pay Mia latta auu com. nuy wtumnii to par before tbe day ol sale can do mi by paying SI additional aud Ihe cost ofadTrrtnitn, mid mi yuu do so your nrots wilt be withdrawn I rem this list: hTA.NKOKD, J0. ' and '61, ii acres, ilO 8j Mitchell, Ed. l)y, IS IILUK- -, Ml 1, Mi:iC('II KV I'lll.Olt. l an I The posloffice articiency for the last fiscal year i $3,554 06S. Pulaski ha added 30 new school-housto her quota this year. Rev. O. W. Perryman has resigned at Owenton and will go to Veray, Ind. A detachment of U. S troops have been ordered to Chicago to be on hand to day. The births in London, last eek outnumbered the deaths l,0u7, me former ag es ecrw ti -; Galley, Thomas, Durdelt, Josh and fnu.n.r, I. Hires, SMS; Baugauian. EllJiU, town lot. 81 IU; 41 Cral,, Uivens, Antbouy, town lot, S2.1I, tSlvtns, Top, town lot, II Lackey, Tbotuar, 1 acre, II 80; Mon goiuery, Alex, town lot JJ.15; Bob.neon, Henry, town lot, 81 ID, Whitley, Ueorgs, towu lot, Tucker, George, 10 acres, 52 0; le, 1 Here, SI J , i, BUT GHOCEHIKS II; t hit rKwttt-- ilHl rMti Wew Goods io JI ! Fall and Winter, hlrk ComitrHag lat bosl In ih market, ll' W t; Ontton Up in Stylo and Mnku Second to Nona in City or Con- - Huslon, I'eter, mrta ti; Hill, Wyatt, lacre, SI.40; S grenaiing 2,358, -- Rev. I. 8. McEiroy is holding a meeting at the cnurcb in Portland, a aiiburb of Louisville. EvansTille, Ind , suffered a $350,000 fire Tuesday. Niriy the entire Masonic Block was destrnvd, There were 40 deaths in Cincinnati last week from lypnoul lever and three from typho malaria. The total deaths from all cause wa 159. Nellie King is an exprt detective in Minneapolis. She is about 20 year of age Nellie Bly, of the World, who has won fame in the same line, is onlv 19. Judge Walton, of Corsicana, Tex-is- , has performed the marriage ceremon? for 7S5 couple during the pmii 18 months. IIih revenue from this source exceed $0 000. A mob entered the at Opelika, Al abama, Saturday night, takiog out George Hart, carrying him to Waverly, a few miles distant, where they banged him for murder. The St. Louis Fair Association ha de cided to oiler $15,000 in purse for ten day racing at the spring meeting of 18SS. To a will insure a floe meeting and will bring together an immense number of first claes borsf D. O. Terhune bought 30 yearling mule at an average nf $73 from A B Kir by, M. H. Cecil and F. V: James, of Mer cer. Mr. Teruuue and hi son-ilaw, F. P. James, also bought Stturday 20 mare mule colls from J I, Jenkins at $5(1,80 per head. Advocate. A dispatch from Staunton Bay that Col W. C. P. Breckinridge closed the dem ocratic canws in the wet brilliant politic al speech eyer delivered in this part of Virginia, causing the trreatest enthusiasm The cheers for "Breckinridge and Ken and so over tucky" were so whelming that often the speaker had great difficulty in proceeding. The sale of the personal property of George II King, dee'd. wo fairly attended but bidding was rather slow, 33 htad of 3 vear old feeders sold ut from $2.07 lo $3 20; 2 year old gelding $101; 1 year old filly $81 25; brood mare from $35 to $751 (at hogs 4 cents; corn in crib $2 SO; oat 40 cent per bushel. The farm of 300 acres was rented to Mr J. L. Yantis at $600 per year. James F. liuber, the great Sunday-scho- ol l known here, died in worker, Monday, aged 38. Recently ho Louisville went to Texas and contracting the "break-bo- ne fever," he came home and typhoid eymtome appearing, he continued bed-ri- d den till hi death, Il had been a member of the Presbyterian Cnurch since he was 16 and his work for Sunday schools can hardly be over estimated. Kordyke, PRLCIMCT Ml. Jlillaid, lSefi and I'BKCINCT JJO, 3 Ii. a. n 'I'rhtl. LXJILEsT. ', luwu lot, WHITK. Andrews, tjutiin, '7 mid 'a, .12 acres, SI.39; Uelaney, Jemliua'a Uelrs, 2!0 acres, SI !'i; Delauey, Joalali, '86 and 'a", 12acrs, Ji teats; Forney, Lewis, M acres, SI. 80; Forney, HeDry, 16 acrw, Si 7o; 100 acre9, S2; Delaney, Catherine, 'So and Griffin, Uarld, 'HI, 'i6 aud '87, 110 acres, J.i.0; Haggard, Allen, '85, 'b0 aud 's7, 16 acres, HI 8j; Oaks, Jeuiluil, '8.5, 's6 and 87, IM acrei, J7.J5; ttogers, John, or., loo acren, si. 15; BiuUa, Elizabeth, ' acns,85 teuia; dtu'.lb, Joeepu 1 ., Ho acre, it 83; Wearer, V. U.,'el '85, 'ed aud '87, 01 acres, JS.76; WaUou, Felix II.. 21 aires, SI 03; Woods, Mary, '85, '80 and '17. 6U acres, S2.1S; OP1 WEAREN & MEMEFEE ';, T. R. WALTON :okm:ii jil ritKCIMT M), 4. Apple, W. B , '86 aud '87, 7&acrts, $103; Ai.tr, J. W., 12 acres, Jl. 15; Francis, Merlda, 35 acres, SI.'u; Uoocb, W. St., 2 acres, SI 20; Hortou, Ueorge W., 57 acres, 52,70; Morton, Jaiues 6., at., 5U acres, St 75; aud '87, .to acres, 114; Ham, Helda, '85, Laforce, D. II., 35 acres, 35 cents; Mitchell, John, 131 acres, S4.u5; Marsb, Alex, 107 acres, 81.13; Martin, Wiu U., Gi acres, S3; I'adgett, Mary C, 37 acres, 85 cents, Polly, John B '81, '85, 'bG and '87, acres, SHU; H ynolds, W. It., '81, '85, '86, '37, 100 acres. SS.Ttfj '6 MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. fjlnglelou, KontT., 2i ares, S2.05; Singleton, Jeocy's belrs, 'b6 and '87, AJSiy GKTTHH aJLataJ 40 are,i, 9io; n rKKCI.NCTNO 5. Oaston, O. W '81, '85. '86 aud '87, 62 acres, Ji.85i Gilpin, U. W 25 acres, SI 75; Hudson, W. B., 200 acres, JIG 75 Iuyard, Franklin, '81, 'it; e6, '87, 55 acres, S7.3J. Jobnson, Jas. A., '85, '80 and '87, 18 icros,S7.10; Marion, Ld, 4 acres, tl.20; Fey too, Taylor, 2 acres, l 05; Itaeeell, Heurr.Gl acres, SI.C; bhellbarker, A, 220 acres, 8J cents, Talbolt, 51 rs. Mason, GJ acres, S6.75; Terhune, W. H., tuwu lot, 82.45; Terbuue, J. P., town lot, 82.80; Wlliber, Joseph, 4 acres, S2.20; Wright, Geo., '81, '85, 'eG an I '87, 3 ae res, 31,25; Wrlgbt, misan, '86 aud '87, town lot, COLOhKU. tiinV tmJtmm mm Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Suroys, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock ol Ve is larger and more compleie tharif over; I hides from the cheapest to ihe best. PhaetODS, Sasb-Blind- s, e, All ol work guaranteed as represen ed. Prices lo suit the limes. U'e can sell you as good vehicles as any driller or luauuraclurer and lor as litlli money. Conic and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. li.ltCCv, WE A REN & AJBNEKKM lKi., IliiHtniivlllts Ky. long-contin- Bruce, Alex,? town lots, S.t.70. Caldwell, Eph, G acres, J!.3; Cooper, Bamuel, I acres, S1..I5; Gunn, William, town lot, SI 50; Ulvens, Allen, S acres, 81.21); UlUo, Henry, 2 tuwu lots, S2.85; Toombs, bllas, 1 aire, 81 85; PaKCINCT NO G -- WHITE. Wagoner, Thomas, GO acres, II, V0; A a,j 1, nrmiiire IT Attention PI ease. ft We dislre lo rail ynur attention to our Ot Mji Lm IxM ML ! Bright, John, 2 acres, 82,35; Ooode, Ury, 31 acres, $3.15; Lewis, Garland, 2 acres, 95 lent, PRECINCT NO. 7. Hlatt, Ben Ab,8and '87, 40 acres, Hodman, Paul, 100 acres, $1.70; LoDge, Christine, 50 acres, $3,25; Prlvltt, Hobert, 7 acres, $1.13; Peters, Carluklul, GO acres, J).15; Keed, J, B., 2.5 aires, 35 cents; Scnegger, Arnold, 31 acres, $1,89. UKiLaa in PHARMACIST. i" Vj $l.; Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. PhTslclaus' nrescrlotlons accurately compounded. -- -- IKLJ t rjc, y-vif X Also COLORKD, Gltwon, Isaac, 2 acies, $2; Gales, Francis, G4 acres, $1 lb; McMullius, Logan, 'bG and '87, 2 acres, $2 54, McMullins, James, 2 acres, tl.55; McMullliu, Wllsou, 5 acres, $1.30, JRWEMH. The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, UUWDKjr Kver UU l' WMft&mm ) . U" ' , '. s wyj j V; " c lM7(.'t Complete Ijiine of Groceries n Oiii Ntock of Iljii'clwnrc. t lrrli and nrj dmrrlptlon which wo keep comtin j on hanJ. mji! atk you to tmuoarnl ami net ha w i n Whlrli nn retail home ran comiiflB with. "". Wlilk yuu omul, niw nlmw )imi th llivcr C'liillrd and Imperial i'lows, 2L Ho riinTMM Wearaagi'iits for, the ltst In tlie marlctt; alio tliu W31j&. Vfi", Ullloinio (? Vf irfXJ 75w?J IMPROVED WATEIt ELEVATOR, T. D. MOWLAM), BberllTLIncoln tlit lxiwet. County. bought to this market rricea Lsiwor Watcbea, Clocks and Jewelry Be- paired on short notice and Warranted. thanftA V"v- 'iclU uJ - &SM sJ7C?. filfVCkv Uftblu; new and rioTol and the finest thine of th kind tn ih. In our line, of llejtini; mu Cook ... urt, (tin nlyiH...... nifMt fnatldtmii In hath nrli iHi unit mulrn. ami biuIuI I ihH . .... - , p.. , i..jn wshisj in 11, unn1 IMf .vn-.py 1 in e wlili lo slio jtu aoinrthl Kimi'ilont )liourw kcrp l.linp, Ciwoi'iit, Ann, allMiliru till!In I fail ,tc , and w tlifrn Is wnnulr unytlilnit hafu't Kut that la anythlnit nar our linn, l'.onia In Hhin sou urn In town and wuslull tin didUlitis) to make It plonsjiit l.ir yuu Vurr truly, .,. IIOCKSCU A B1UOUT. W"j.,:?i'-,Vi,.i- .. niwit, 1 nvl.