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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887120201 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. Send VOL. XVI. jititftof ittfmal STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1887. NO. 286. THE TERRIBLE STREET FIGHT AT JELLICO And the Shooting and Slashing of White and Black is no comparison to the battle that is now raging at THE HOUSE BET 600118, BOOTS OIF1 &JSD ID- - All admit that Stanford never saw such a sacrifice of KLASS I . -- g&QS&KKfS, SSOSS, 3&V8 &SB &F, &&, Jfe& This week a special sale of Dry Goods, Cloaks and Clothing: Good Calico at 3 cents per yard, worth 5 cents per yard; all best Calicos at 5 cents per yard, worth 7 12 cents per yard; Best Dress Ginghams at 8 cents per yard, worth 10 cents per yard; Dress Flannels 30 cents per yard, worth 50 cents per yard; Tricots, best qulity, 40 cents per yard, worth 65 cents per yard; Good Canton Flannel 8 3 cents per yard, worth 10 cents per yard. ALL CLOAKS & CLOTHING AT PRIME COST. Every article must go, and at prices that will force them out of the shelvings. Remember no charging, Cash only will buy the Goods. Now is your time to buy Bargains, made hay while the sun shines. 1-- D. KLASS. 11 A Hiqhty Prized Delicacy. Demoralizing Effect oftht Surplus. Jme wm very ft'.trncttfe in pink mlk, xnd foil mi a people more ready nor more CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT f. One of the uioit hignly prized delicacies surplus recited "LTe in the Kitchen" In a rnot The exigence of a large tre'-u- rr in tni-i- r ellorl to make the etranger The pre-elerm of the public echoed, pleading and excellent atyl; ''Two Ar- - b. bred a t'een wade in iui feel at horn-- , cum'urtahte and welcome, de-iSome change ii of demoralization in in tr.e country i whit is knnwn a the which i being taught hy MiM Alice Bui-ar- t, vllUge in the last few wre k uneventful rn'i," recited by Mm Ninote Kennedy, the country, but the ddwi consequence of coun'ry htm 1 he hog ia killed by the old It will be gratifying lo come 10 hear that r.lord thi week. George D. Weatherford, the veteran lioiel lucre l a UMQlfe'l improvement in the reflected much hooor upon both pupil and ill ha been the rie and growth ol the idea firmer and the bam and shoulder cured hop, In ronneciion with hie butcher mm, ha moved to the Adam Carpenter character of th school in a large portion lenchrr; the "Crow .Song," by the ocnool, that piriotim, apirt from wound or dia and smoked in the old m ike hnue in the Mr V P. Tatem ha opered out a retau place, below ion; I) S. C'irjtnter, wa amu'ing and well r?ceiyrd; a recita- - bility, mmt b compented by money The old fahioned way. Wnen properly preTiie people are wking up to the county rant and i now ready to wail upon the lion, "Tne Blackimilh' Story," by inlaw, U running the Weatherfonl Hnlol; a oldier doe not admit that pared a country ham will keep for many of the importance and caMr. cncioune" Clay Powell l blooming out in ihe chrac pabilities of the edur.ilional enterprise. public in the very brat of tyle. be gave to hi country, the I have often gone to a country Hiwe, wa truly ad'mirible and her elocu- year The new of K old Cwper Hnu; J. R Jimen' death ler of "mine hol" al the weddiag or anniversary of a wedding where elicited much deerTing comment; the poure of hi life and the acnfice of beginning to real te t'teir now Trustee are P W. Green o to Junction City to en- er for good or evil ami their reponibiluy wa (juile a hock to our whole communi cloning feature of the enrcUe in the great hinloric the piece de resistance, as the French say w.m the j hap hi bet yetr . and "riback" tv. He wa we I -- known hrre and greatly "Lullaby" oog, by ... gage in the hotel or ought to be compensated in of a bountiful spread, hi b en a ham of Tbixton and the I struggle, for reult. More atlention i being given ... by everybody. Mr. Kate MoAhater, ' Hutluian threaten an immediate descent lo the building and equipping of school "chool, of vsnerable wae loudly dollar and cent. Bit the I have seen them cat n Mie Liiixna and Ka'ie Jame attended joyed very much. Mr. Hawe i ft lady of soldier , e'dom or neer herd from in when tney were as old a 20 years. Of on Tcxa. Thu a former resident would more importance i attached to the botie; the burial at Liucaier. be puzx ed to recognin the ancient landrare accomplishments and a splendid elocu-- 1 the penon omhit. He attend to hi own cour-- e the ham is by that lime quite dry, milter of employing competent ieacher. The mot amusing ight that ha been mark. liooist The rapid and great improvement business and leave all the talking to the like jarked venison or dried butfalo tongue, The miserable ytem of nepjtUin, woich on our lrtet for many a day win Utile In h.r nitnili Hurlm. iIia aV... tima To adopt a decidedly original form ot but the meat ia very sweet and nutritious. ilmn.n rilM. lh lAtlrtr Iiava .nafta baa ben Ihe our .rr....!nn ' no mnrliriiMllnn whfn I found beginning, is curse ofpayeJschools from the John Cnadwick. aged three year-- , dressed he h been ritf,DK,y noticeable. Ureal oiscveries: Fir-- , that there i a When such a ham is boiled, like a desiccaabaut ...,. ih. out. Teacher ... I hlrfnn Ii. e mTMlf almost entirely excluded na nKllK"Vl. llK a K(Uu uiru uicn Mlu hn. mni.ii.n ' will. . surplus in the treasury which Cjngre is ted fruit, all its pristine .'rashness and tenare beginning to regard their calling a a INTEK10R, can ,.,.. He was certainty a little oddity cf Ihe oew-bi, , initial voire and her pupil have reluctant to diminUn by a reduction of tax-- , derness come bick and the only ditference prole on and are euiu ou of a reputation with long pant, ptanding collar and cravat progressed rapidly too. May we bitter be imagined than described it, it 1 an! second, thai Congremen are afraid between it and a modem picked ham is soon he and the Hi. for a higher grd of i Mita Hetlie II mi and Maggie permitted toeupy another of their delight- of the "oldier vote." These two factor that tne country ham i tne bettei. St. tnnRed to wllow my accouiplKbiueul of belter wjrk The teach Buchanan are on the sick list. Mrs. Harye tie alee Ihe'e hard time on wnich irt T.r. are h mot danger ju elements in the po- Louia Globe Democrat. county "" ocuiion, inaugurated bf Collier ha bwn quite ick, but is about ful entertainment. and Limn clee my power of debilitation litical situation to day. They point to an The Kentucky riupertor Cjuri dcide Mr. Tarrant, ably seconded bf a few de well again. Mrs. 0. C. Pynn was very Tne best record in dues snooting ever the manner of Andrew ine era of uomeasured oliation of the ireaau- voied worker, ha met monthly and ba low Haturday. Her brother and his wife, First In an act'on a rsilrnact rnm. made In the Suequebanna field wa about mai vice, in one of Walter a rfebnient of ,, ..., n. u.. gooa done mucn attention of Mr and Mrs. Joe Severance, of Stanford, pny for the killing of stock by it car the rT' nd wor thn eight years ago, when on the opening day, Walton doesn't know -, e, to "wnal i be ng done and who the latute create the preump inn of neglt-- 1 of tfce a"ndMt chapter of our national William Djbson, of Havre de Grace, an good We are glad to were sent fir lo see her. eervant, I know when rush for money, There ia a growing disposi- U but the uncontradicted and unim- - lorT int0 ,n gunner, killed from a bjx 540 and Dr. Bronaugh, of report her belter now. ter, . lNe" York ET8nint ""' peached teitimonv of such employe of the far at poeible, for Hunford, wa called em up i on lion, loo, lo profide, bant a fine gun before he stopped. He to rea her too I) J you propose to he.re the home cnool thro' company a are presumed to know the Some statistic oMvuca i.w recent. kept two men busy all day picking up dead of aignaliting your' the conlinuanceof Mr. W. K. Kennedy has been sick also Thursday night by howing there wa no negligence, re- - y been uublihed which make some very ducks. Hit secjnd got at time too hot to . a term of ten month. Thi b been efi -- Ii wamnr nrlvilee to mnd a f. the way, change of plumtg' fecied ineeteral ditnci witi mon gratify hold. Ten or fifteen years sfjo 15 000 were day lasl week very pleasantly at the coun i but the Pumptioo and leave- - the bur j IntereUing reading. Among the facta little urpried thai your tog reeult. Other are making prepira try residence of Mm. T. Mc. Holmes and den on ,ha P1''"'"' '" it a a fact, tabli.hed by the figure, one stands forth in killed in a day's shooting. In an average permitted you to copy thai .1.. ... nile on theeub-pepti- c laale second -- Whether the statutory presump bjld relief, namely, thai lynchings increase season there are here about 50 boxes and Journal Hon for like exiention. Mrs. Ribsrt Cjlller. Messrs. E. L. Hann, article from the lion is or is not rebutted i a question of in exact proportion a the rigid application 150 bushwackera. The capital invested in lo call ',, ject of echoola it may not be ami DanJ. R and Gorge McRibert, all of I allude lo the grim effort the writr maae . a the attention of tiutee and teacher lo the ville, partook of their hospitality at the law for the court, and as the evidence in 0f the law in regard to murder dimioHhea. the business is from $75,000 to $100,000. not a mean to proie thai an editor that a poor, rickety, tumbledown ssme time. These young gentlemen were the case was not each as to rebut the pre- - Ii is also made clearly apparent that the This include boats, decoya, boxes, guna, here. preacher. There ahould be no no houe ia a blemib wnich " I improper average murderer ha 11 chance out of 12 &i. From 25,000 to 35 000 duck " have on a Thanksgiving hunting expedition and The calling are twin tUter. born of ik. -i "-' retchit.g game was concerned, were vetj for the court to have so told the jury and jn hi favor in the Western and Southern been killed in a season in later year. They a.i far as throe of an aipiriog humanity; lemp atioo. If there are any tuch (and I successful, but the second named of the that the only qiejlion for inem wis to fix State, and ecapr in one-h- lf prices are the case are sold everywhere. The i forth after brighter andI better ciTHi.ition, fear there are) in the county,! would say lo pirly went home minus a heart, having ,neaam j which occur in the Eistern and Middle given in New York, Wuhinton, B;ston, if oppreion, or Utice oyertakrx ei and the custodians ol such in the language of fallen desperately in love with a certain The Teeth -- Million ot d iilar are S ate. Ia 1SS2 no fewer than l,26f mur Baltimore and Puiladelpui No wild tber, the other ahould aympathiie. not de- Burn: I spent yearly upon dentrifrice. They lead to ' der were reported in the United States. Of fowl can equal in tlivor a Susquehanna lovely red beaded girl he met while herd. a rjtale prion not ride. A ojiurn In (hid tuD j ukln' noti, 'A Biliimore American. executed, 1 IS AnJ tilth he'll prtnt It " Mise Ninnie Kennedy and Leila the spending of millions morf upon den j the oflender 93 were conclutlve proof of guili; nor i freedom list. A large percentage ot this vast out were lynched and 1,055 escaped. It would I wa norritijd same dys since by re Doores have been the guest of Mr. Rtb-efromhackle,epecially in thme day, a Michigan, Oregon, Tennessee and Texts lay is unavoidable. The remainder could actually seem that, but for interference of Collier. Messrs. T. Curth and H. clear evidence of Innocence. The Apoitle ceiving Irani tne Htale Bjard of Kiucation said that they dou'i wint any pro. have ' lynch law, the average muiderer wjuld be hibition tinkering with of Richmond, spent Sunday with he saved if mankind, after naching the age Paul waa both preacher and editor, and at Frankfort an ominou looking package, their constitutions. 'lr fer rom fear of prosecution than the The only hope for the prohibitionist lies in even a prelly fair lawyer, and yet even lhi wnicn, on being opaoed, displayed a broad the Mi) Buchanan. Mi Battle Farrls, of reason and its last teeth, would not r t or made State taxation, high or low, as triple armour could not shield him from aide photograph of a dismal looking log of Junction City, ha bern visiting Mr. J. sist In continuing fresh. Common table ' mn whi haa robbed the the people 'oat i needed. There i no nitn off with a neigibor'! horse and buggy. unjuil atupicion, or vengeful imprison- but with yawning door and one window, II Hutching. Mrs. T. Qresham. of Paint i may decide and local option as the prevail guiltle'1 of glass, with gaping chink and Lick, is the guest of Mr. 8 to Ward. Mrs. ufactured tooth powder more harmles. fEl ZibetbtownjNews ment. Bui the preponderance of the clering sene of communitiej m ly dictate. Why I ical In prison cell may be accounted for patchwork roof, while the teacher arrayed M. C. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, it spending There none so simple and efficacious. Ii j Ak EvbstfO'. Liivs -- Oat, W, a grand do letaperanca pnp e lend them will actually retard decay afier we have I , , ... ,. by another view. I have said thai the call in a linen duster of most preposterous Ihi week with her parents. Messrs. Bow-e- n -- .w? . ntuvr., 9U , IUUIIU selves to critik. aiuiubm aai and Curtis Ooyer, Misse Lillie Thixton filed oil the enamel by using the tool's every day in the week, but there was a politicians and other letderi of mtt stripe, toga were kindred. The high commission length, armed with a Lettered volume, is drilling in opeu air a long line of coalless, and Mollie Brook i to diseminate light, to banlni ig have returned from a toothpick, which I a quill, instead of a sliv- - pretty little woman on Chestnut otreel, when mey see mat of each ttnlr cime ic er of soft wood or, better still, a thread. norauce and vice and to elevate nnd purify "one gallowi" urchins, in a desperate as- viait to Mrs. John Cover near Stanford. alternooa, who enjiys that rather to the arenaof piny pjiitics is destroying . by arraying agiinat it not the race. The great enemy of esch i con sault on immorality. The thing wa label On Thursday evening last, long before Lew lork lime. remkabe distinction. Her name ia Mr. its moral The course of Goy. Buckner in refusing Gartrude GaJden, the widow of John P only public feedly Ihe devil whether it be the verit- ltd "A school near Crab Orchard" and was the appointed hour, the College Hall wa but public practical to grant the numeroui petitions for prdop,,Gdden, of Sin Frnclco. able ancient Hatan or the murky, grinning sent to tie county superintendent with a filled lo it utmost capacity by an appreciAt the age of sense? Political prohibition is bound to go with which he haa been ha prov 15 she married a man named Herbert, and to the wall, It gains a brief victory here demon of the printing oliice. But the gen mandatory letter from the titate superin ative audience, who had gathered to witnine tiatan is olten victoriona, while hi tendent, requiring "an immediate, full, ness the Thanksgiving entertainment which ed hi fitness to govern. The mUgivings of , a year later b'ctmejthe mother of a girl and there to encourage it supporter, but dependent and nameiake I always, van complete, exaot and exhaustive history of was ptrticipated in by Mr.'. Flora Hawes, the young democrats haye changed into biby. At the age of 20 Mr. Herbert lost they are only calculated to mike its ultiquished. Ii it not fair to conclude, there- said school, including house, teacher, pu- Mis Lillie Trixton and their pupils. The perfect confidence and if the remainder of her husband and donned widow's weed, mate defeat the more crushing. fCincin-nat- t lifelong habit of pils, parent, appliance and surroundings." following U the programme: hi official life equl ihe beginning, the which she wore for 12 Commercial. Instrumenfore, that the editor' Her dugh' wisdom of the selection for govern r will be ter, rather precocious, mentally and "whipping the devil around the stump" The only defense the superintendent could tal solo, by Miss Trlxton; ''Thanksgiving d The Istekmarriaoe of Coihi.v.-T- ha by all. He i dsterminei to let jcally, followed her mother' throws some light on the question of hi make wa lo refer the thing to a example on Legislature of Illinois haa pasied a law Salutatory" wi well recited by thres little hoasled immunity from penil durmct? and buried age and exhort the teacher girls, Era Steger, Lottie Dillion and Alice justice have her way and w all clap our the day Mrs. Herbert became Mr. Gadden. making the intermarriage of cousins a penOne more consideration. There is an oft against facing the ciuwra again until he Moore; song, Qieen of the night," was hands in warm approval. Ha has said that j A year later a child wa Jborn to the al ofiende. This ia an unwiee law, first beI J . it a1 i J; t us "... .w. .u...v. tinlaaj fill w ,.v.rU.Uw. usugnier. quoted proverb to the etlect that 'Mie dev- cau scare up a better houe. very charmingly rendered by Mis Katie Itn will rtr infaefnvii .u..7 on mcnins ioeiore this .ir. cause it interfere unduly with personal hi owu." May not the ed that he i justtfiible; so no real criminal Gadden wai killed by being thrown from a rights and next because it ia not called for. il lake careof ThkPoi'k's Income Tne Pops has an Jame; a recitation, "Thankgiving Din Biwling Green horse in Lx Aogele. Mr. Gidden ia a The marriage ol itor utilize and claim under this proverb? anuual income of f'J'.o.OOO, it i said, from ner,"by little Alice Moore, wa very amus need apply for psrdon. cousins who are each of Tradition, if not history, testifies that ever the interest on the English bond left In the ing and entertaining; "The Idler') Story,'' Democrat pretty little woman am looks healthy family and physique and especialeince the day of John Faust Ihere has been treasury by bis predecessor. He is also by little Littie Dillion, w. alo deserving ly if they are of different temperaments, is Laura Yaw.sed, Too. "Laura," said very little older than) ber daughter. a mystic compact between "the ancient ene said to be a j.mt peculator, eubscribing of much praise; vocal solo,"MargiiBrite, "by the young man, despairingly, "I know thuj Philadelphia Pre'. quite free from danger. Medical Rec my" and the voUrie of the lyptvic art. for the Italiau loan", holding them for a Mis Ninnie Kennedy, wa exquisite and it is growing late, but thi uny be the last ord. steelwork-ersays (ne A Pittsburg lovely indeed In a euit of pure eveninc I shall ever see you. If there is no But the editor i supposed to be indoctrinNo railroad company is so poor that its riie, and selling them to invest the profit ehe looked new scale for 1J3S, which is to go into ol the arl and fret recited "My Last hope for me, Laur.t if your answer this Lee Steenhiu ated in all the mysteries in more Eaglih bond'. The Peter' peace white; etl'ecton Januiry 1, I about ready to fce officials cannot ride to and fro upon it in Din't he pharisv I Summer's Hit," in a minner that elicited night i a final one -t- here is no happiness of the xuilil of prlnUw now said to nmount to about $115,000 a to be signed. parlor cira which are carpeted, frescoed, taken to the manufacturer ElitoM, nor claim, a a rea-eopraite; a reeiution, "Little Jack," for me in this world except in the grave ical, year. Thi money and the income of the much governs the wagei of 8,000Jmen, who be- fiirbished and furnished with a luxurious-nea- s 'Ii for maligning tho preacher, "I am holl recited by little Era Steger in a mnU Wide and deep it yawn before me, but I beyond the dreams of ordinary nabobs. English bonds go to $5,000 a year lo was long to the Amalgamated Association of A iihaktl vocal aolo, "Comin1 Thro' fear it not. It yawns " CS er than thou." Lat ti worn to cpliutera, ila ties living in Rome nud to pay creditable style; Iron and Siel Woiker of America. In Its rails may wa beautiful ami After a protracted piignunge over itu "3odo I, George, so do I." mid L'.ura, the smle 'or 1SSS Cjurt, secretaries The Rye," Miss Trixton, the prelates ol the in increase, aiiniuntir.1; rotten, its bjuded debt kicked about tbe Cbioago Tribune. ounty w al homo ngain. My J experi- nuncios, guards and other Papsl servant. very much enjiyeJ; a gay ripple of laugh WMArily to ebout 10 per cent, all around, will be streets and it employe unpaid; but ita ence during the pilxrimage ciiitirmyd me Beside this, the Pope receive from the ter wa brought over the audience when will be a gor.:enu kh the woods in fur wjrk to he paid for by A particular old gentleman, pullitis out asked foi; in the opinion tint "Old Lincoln I the ver- Apostolic Cisncery sums for title of no- Mr Will Hinsford recited, ''Old Jack in October, no matter what may happen. something from hi soup that should not the hour or d7, which i a movement iest piradie for wiyfarcr " I' Mii"). dur- bility, Pipal decorition, benediction in the Well," thi wa comic and good too; vo Philadelphia Record. away with tle contrxct have been included among the other ingrelighted on cal nolo, "Drea'U iMce. ' wa very sweetly ing hi meinortbleiiiint, the article of deuh, privilege of the altar, more than the one-jo- b eysiem. The thus addressed hi nook: "Josephdient, The industry in Maine ia a thi territory, he would have been travel, private chipels, diponition and other sung by Mr. Hawei and much appreciaI obliged for your thought Iron workers' tcale i never sigued until great one. Eighty factories haye been runForty yeira would not have Bstix-fie- i' 'Kentucky Belle," wa recited in an ine, am much ted; ing yet. thin?, the total tan omit beini:, it i siid, excellent mtnner by Mir-- Eva .Buchanan fulne', but next time kindly give it to me July 1 ning ihere thii year nud over 14,000.000 him. Not being gilted with the geniThe Pope's annuiil income JVJOOOOa yeir. Ethel "Miutma, 1 am wnuuk to Xellio cans of sweet corn put up, betides large CompUDd!inHlockel posuc-wein so emineot h and admired a great deil; the us for j'tiBhing, there'ore i afcot.t $1,500,000. yeilurday re- - Lee; shall I ay anythingfur you?' Mam-m- t quantities of apples, bean, tomatoes and One of our bet firmer simply ex by the Rcbool.wa by your lively young b. m., I can detir-'t- f "Writing to that coo'euiptible peieon other aid fruit. The Hales During the present Ter(,7;M new build- oellent and well worth a hearty laugh; m irked to a reporter thsu in nine onses out tamely my that in a Hr.inewlii.t wanonly gi;e her ,uiy lov, How 1 amount to upward of $2 000,000, most of of tenGanter's Coicken Cnolera Cure will again? Y dering life, tilled with living lueuiorlt of ings have been erected in Philadelphia at a song, "Hjw Mii'io Should FJow," by Mrs. flirpir'e which goe into the pockets of the farmers lovely and itop that dreaded di'ew. It I warranted detest that girl, to b surt!" more thiui half a ctntury, I have naver coat of 5'J:i,olS,:20. Of the building erect- Hawe ami MIm Thixton, w and workmen. much ppUue; Mij Katie to cure.' Sjld by MoRjbert AStags, 2t Lincoln hepitnlily excelled, nor ed 0,19S were dwelling with HU5T0NVILLE. LINCOLS COUSTt sue-cmi'- nt rat l tberice ex-tl- on bums ... .... pr co ,' ae. ill tn it,.,iue A iu"' rn '! .,., ..ii i..mj ,,,...: u,,,.i(,lr,,, iu.... ,.., ,.... .... .,, 'cl - -t ,nt' ex-pe- rt I f ., I ' goi '. ne ! eblih e. ., i..i.. ' - - cn "!" "" lgliy caovaa-bickduc- rt l, jut p-- '' J hen-rooi- .... .. ,. ... jner .. ia,,.,t. drgm pjer ca J yer. pbys-admitte- by-go- u..,, l i. . , n' Mer. n py 1 Ppl hd ay-te- corn-canni- d ccen the reoit! Bm (,p."r"' - iHxs r-- i sccr :3r3rrK-se5- jsrj.MiCSiarji:r-?3Earaahrcar,ar- ; - -- '- HOME SONG. May, tay at home, my hert, and rest; Come keeping hearts ore bapplt. For Uiom- - that wniuler tbry know not where Are lull of trouble Mid full of cnre; To stay at home In best. Weary, and homesick, nnd distressed, rber wander east, they wander west. And are baffled, ami UsMen, and blown about By the winds of the lldernetw of doubt; To stay at home Im . men tav at home, my heArt. and rent; IXe blrdls safest In ltd nest: OVr all that flutter their wings and fly A hawk is hovering In the sky: To stay at home Is best. Longfellow. U-t- reads not nt first, nor indeed wholly after many iierusnUs. She looked about her deliberately, as one iccustomed to whirl nnd splendor; yet she inquired of Choisy, "Is this what they do altogether in Paris, in'slt'tirf" "This is what they do chiefly, mn'm'sclle." must "One would suppose that sona-talwork to bring all this ntaut; the dress, the decorations, tho perfection. But they dc not seem to work In Paris, things come by magic." "A prcttv illusion, mn'm'sclle, but I could dipel it," said Choisy, stroking his glove and smiling. "Pray do not!" she exclaimed quickly, "I have had n gtsxl many illusion dispelled Since I came here. I should like to keep a "I advise you to do so, my child." Choisy broke into smiles. "Here comes o e now! M'sieur, I have tta honor to Bonnetheau! present vou to .Miss V hippie." i i.n -1 o iwui 1 COUIil no more nave iiiiiuen.-could have prevented Pluto from carrying ofT Eurydice; yet I wished in my heart that they had not met. From that moment 1 watched Hippolyte with a kind of fascination. I saw his eyes search her fntv, ns if gouging her muideu soul, and I knew with what intentnes the lonutlful pupils were narrowed Uhiii her. He seated himself her, and knew precisely what he would say, for he hud n formula from which lie scl doni dcjiarted in raising such sieges, but the baud of the imperial guards was crashing in my ears, und 1 lost the drift of his harangue. That it bud on air of innocence ond unulTcct-edn- c I was sure, nnd that Miss Whipple was fast surrendering was equally clear. Her ivory' tablets hung neglected nt her side, and ho frowned imperiously at the young men who approached her. declining to dance. Why did not Bonnetheau himself ask her to dance! Because his brains wero not in his heels, and he had infinite mourcon besides I hnd remarked that he reserved wnltziug. his dancing caxicity, which was of n high order, for his hours of ennui. Obviously, bo was not now tared. As Choisy rejoined thevi, Hippolyte turned to him with tayish engenicss. "Still living in the Faubourg St Iionoiv, m'sietirf And ma'tn'svlle is, without doubt, at home to . 1 1 1.1-1 1 lie-si- de few." AT THE SORBONNE. Wo were in the school of science in the tlio Sortanne, Bonnetheau, n student, and 1, Hendrix, his coach. Bonnetheau tad scrawled off 11 note or two on the discourse to which we had tsx-- listening, which I was engaged upon amplifying and copying to a more methodical hatnL To conduct a frivolous mind through n coarse, of serious study it. uo light t4i.sk, and I sighed n I remarked: "Marillnc gave you a magnificent lecture today, Hippolyte. I hope your head was not full of Mubille." "Ah, but it was!" he cried from his seat in a window, where he was winding his wntch, "and no 'calcul lersone'" about it, either; on the contrary, a sacrifice of knowledge in behalf of Julie. You do not perceive! Attend, then. I bnve no right to the aequirc-tDMiUi-of science if the prettiest woman in Paris tnust suffer for it, any more than Comte had to eat his own breakfast in advance of his valet. I swear to Julie that I lhall continually cherish her image in my thought. If, then, I oiieu the door of my mind to the. discussion of Marillac, helasl confusion to the- memory of Julie and a greedy gain to myself. Ours is not a philos- " ophy of self, my friend ; we 'live for others,' e mix-tart which he laughed, w ith that aw ful some-tiiaof irony and earnestness which startled me. "You, too,1" ho continued, "must share in n measure this phase of our religion. The pleasure of your friends must oonstitute vour own. Therefore, Hendrix, I irain this isottle of Chajntartin,'1 which he whisked from his pocket, "and do ray little art again toward the highest gtxxl." thrash I was divided tatween impulses to and embrace him, so wicked, yet tasccchlng Wjw the glance, that sought mine over the edge of his glass. "I hate this talk of yours," I said, brusquely, "and if you want to blind me to your lack of Industry you must try some other tantlnge than Comtean rags. You don't lielieve that trash; you never did, you never will. You're a lazy self indulgent dog. You're drinking yourself into your grave, and you're going Did I not begin by down fast, Hippolyte. writing a quarter of your treat Im last year and of the next two third anil today, see, a tcrotch nbout an 'ascending series,' nnd the rest, my work. For God's sake, rouse your-elf- ! or" (for I remembered that he confessed no God), "for the sake of the leautiful girl you profess to love, leave Mnbille and winealoue!"' But he curled his fine red lip in scorn. "She! To concent herself with my damnation or salvation I And yet," be drew his forefinger on the edge of his glass with on ambiguous smile, "since I must so inevitably go to the bad, I have bad a fancy, at times, that I should like to take her along with me. It's a tedious road, my friend, as I've found already, and you know that place, it is not recommended when one gets there. The society, the climate, jo ne sais quoi one forebodes being tared. But if she, now" up. "Silence!" I shouted, "As you please," he said, carelessly, picking up his student's cap, and strolling toward the door. He turned buck with his hand on the knob. "Thou gayest a prayer Tor thyself now and thenf he inquired. "And thou couldst ask pardon for two when thou art nbout it Thou couldst say, 'Lord, have mercy more especially upon Bonne-theau- 's sins, also.' Do that for me, Hendrix, us thou lovest me, and I'll thank thee for it." "Why don't you say your own prayersC I demanded. "Comte used to say prayers, and to a sort of woman. You surely would not object to the object." He threw me one of his inimitable smiles with brows arched and head slightly inclined. "Alas! I am one of those unfortunates to whom they pm the card, 'Parentage Unknown.' Wife, as thou art aware, I have never had, and as for daughters well, if thou wert to peep into all the cradles of Paris thou mightost find my eyes under one of the little cans, and acuta thou mighUst not. I'm not telling thee that. There is Julie, to bo sure, but what i a man to do who has no emotion to pour outf At this the door closed, nnd I could hear him whistling an ecstasy from "Le Diablo Boitenux" as he passed into the court. I was engaged upon a book of moral's, for which I hoped to toko a prize nt the next sitting of the judges of tho academy, and on tho evening following my reproof of I took up my pen to resume nn argument In vain. There was but one theme possible to my reflections, nnd, thrusting my papers aside, I leaned my head HjK'n my hand and gave myself up to it. At the same moment Hippolyte rose from his chair by the fire, and, crossing the room, emptied n decanter on the buffet. Soon he would be going out for his absinthe and petit souper. I stsdo a look at his face in prattle; it was flushed, wasted, jiathcticnlly sad, and nlthough this asject wns becoming daily more familiar to mo, at each fresh recognition of it the iron entered my soul nnew. Ah, I loved Hippolyte. with a man's love, which is rough and profound. As ho threw on his coat and descended tho stairs I followed him. tourt of -- - es I , i r to ' "Hlpiwlyte!"Ho turned back impatiently. "You're not offended by what I said to you yesterday V "And what thenf ho replied. "Go to bed, like, tho innocent thou art, and dream that I forgave thee." 1 did not quite understand tho habit of me into which ho bad fallen of lute, for Bonnetheau was hand in glove with no man. Hud ho Indeed moro than u common regard for me I I blushed with pleasure, Jiko a girl, nt the thought About 11 month previous I had made my way through regiments of lacqueys up the scarlet stairs to the Iwdlroou of tho American minister. I ha1 received a card, through heaven knows what intercession, and might havo been found in tho shadow of tho orchestra, at tho further end of tho room. Here I erected a watch tower, from which I observed various things. There wero waltzes innumerable, and potty sham conquest of rank and beauty. Hippolyte himself had reaped no small 6hnro of laurels, when a stir in tho main entrance announced the arrival of the Buron do Choisy and his American ward, Miss Whipple, Exquisitely simple in tearing und dress, this young girl moved down tha long room on tho arm of Choisy, her face was pale and tbin lipped, with eyes glowing; the kind of face that ono -- August Corate was the founder of tho Tosltira gchool of Philosophy, wklob did awof with all faith In revealed religion. Thanks, a Paris huppy Paris! ere this thousand thanks! I shall be charmed to call!" and Hippolyte tacked like a courtier from their presence. "The reflncmt ut of braxs, Bonnetheau!" 1 remarked, as h thrust his arm through mine and drew me to the supper room. He smiled one of his stra'ige, brief smiles and assured me he hod done uo harm. For mysel'. I was not so certain. Miss Whipple "was stainless; the stream of Parisian How long would this fair life polluted. flower float uion its tide without Incoming sullied r The light dust that settled so swiftly upon fresh souls importetl to the French cap ital appalled me, and Bonnetheau said of it "Call it a dynamical phenomenon, inofli with a laugl evolution, superinduced by" and bockflinging of his head, "le Dialdel who, to judge from his conversation, was a familiar of Hippolyte's. Some weeks after the foregoing occur rences, and jierhaps a fortnight later that our skirmish in the Sortanne, Bonnetheau sat in our apartment constructing and demolishing house of cants. I hail observed these bits of imstebourd and surmised the advent of some such extreme for uu evening at eenrte. But soon nn order for a carriage conveyed his intention of going out I inquired, eyeing "Whither rather gloomily the edge of a coat that did not go into comany. "The course of destiny runs straight to the Fuubourg St Honorc,".he replied; nnd it was a trying element of Hippolyte's remarks that they were invariably good natured. My K)lemicai mind had no chance with him. "The Faubourg St HonorvP I eaelaiined. He nodded, smiling and stacking bis cards. "That is the residence of Choisy," I declared. "Precisely. What a ihscernment you huve, Hendrix, und of his ward also." I de"Why are you going there manded. , "T teach ma'm'selle the mysteries of ecarte, my child. I shall set up let me see, what shall 1 set upf It must u something trifling. Frr good manners sugg(t that I tut the first gume. You will say, there is nothing so trifling as tho heart of Bonnetheau. Bten, let it bo my heart. Then, for the second game, I shall exact a similar stake from her, w hieh I shall make it n point to win. Aft for the rubber, the second stake must be repeated. Enfln, the game shall ta mine," for ma'm'"You had Ut buy a prie-Die-u selle, nnd send it to her with your compliments and the petition tlmt she offer a prayer for vou ution it." This I observed as I tossed his cards into the open lire. He reflected; "Elx.ny standard, 1(0 francs; blue velvet cushion to same or pink? Which, my friend, is more inspiring to the kneci Parbleu! Blue's her favorite color. Blue velvet cushion to same, fifty francs. Protestant Bible taund h ivory ciel, how the ac cessories count up! And, after all, she f ould pray that I become a Christian, and, iro-vld- d tbt prayer were answered nh, insupportable! No morel'haiutai'tin, no Mabille, no Julie, no little turns at rouge etnoir think of it! To entail such misery upon my fellowmen! The wine inorchunts would fail; Mubille would lose caste; Julie would cry her eye out; tho club would lose their most cherished habitue. Tempt me not, Hendrix, tempt me not !'' He mode a pretty gesture of entreaty. "Tho world cluiuis my services. Aurevoir!" There was much calling of carriages and dispatching of flowers in these days', which led me to believe Boiuiethonu was making himself especially agreeable in some direction. It required no discrimination on my part to locate tho object in the Fuutaurg St Honore, und I resolved to discover to what extent. Miss Whipple was being deceived. Choisy hud oi;nel his dcors to me. merely on n social crack, to be sure, but suilicient to allow me to push through ujku occasion. This I now determined to do. "Hippolyte, my friend," said I, one morning, "hast thou a coat to lend that is genteel as to buttons, and not shabby in thu mutter ofsleevitif As thou urt an nmiuble fellow, lend it to me, for 1 proposo to make a mom Ing call." He broke off his little song of "Que lo jour mo dure" abruptly, and there was u tjiark of anger in his eyes as ho replied: "Truly, 1 do believe you are in favor nt court, or you would never thou mo so. It is a sign of surpassing humor in you. After what manner has your divinity blessed youT' "After tho manner of women in general by ignoring me, sweetly and alinolutely." Still ho did not remove bin eyes from mo, eyes mournful enough in those days. "Your noso is not Grecian," be remarked, presently. "So I havo been told." "Nor your brow clasble." "Of that, too, I have leeu informed." "Finally, you havo an ugly mouth." "The Lord mudo mo," I protested. "So you lielieve," said Hipolyte. "And yet, though you are not first cousin to Apollo, you are outstripping mo in a race that I had Bet my heart ujwn. Ah, it is you earnest fellows who win tlio prizes of life. Moi, I eat tho ashes." Ho iassod n liand across his oyes his hand in a help" and leaned his head less, childlike wuy ho hnd. "Take my phy tf uj-o- lnetory, brood, as I choc them. Go, nnd may ail that is good ntteid you." nnd As 1 closed the floor the clink of cl" decanter made me wonder wully how I hoald find Hippolyte on my return. I made ciy way towards the Fautaurg St, Honore with some misgivings, but resolved to see Miss Whipple and warn her ngaiust her beguiling foe. I wns ushered Into a very uomtar nnd magnificent iqiartiiient, neutral in tints of furnishing, and breathing antiquity and gloom. The mantel was high, and black and carved, flanked by tall urns, funereal enough in aspect to have contained the ashes of nil the Choisys. The folds of the Hrtieres brought to my mind those spongy forests of Hugo's, which, upon the slightest pressure, expressed bloodthirsty villains. There wns gloom, Uh, in the sullen looking grate, whence the ashes had not leen removed, ami In the very nnd walls, dim with submerged frescoing, so "lat ,Mt' clutter of small heels on tht stairs came cheerfully to announce Mi.s Whipple, She entered, dressed in the palest of azure gowns, faintly laced with silver Her long, fair hair, tied with a bit of ribbon, wns guth erod nt her neck, and fell ngai loosely in shower talow her waist. It was surprising how the room took on color and tone at her advent. The curtains were shoken out, anil declared their innocence. A servant soort hud a heap of anthracite in the grate, whicfl reflected it ruddiness in mirrors nnd jolislKpd floor. Bints burst Into soug from undlsooV' ered corners, and an odor of Indian rfu!ni floated from Miss Whipple's dress. A visiting card, iuscriled "M. Hippolyte Bonnetheau," lay on a table, toward which she waved her hand. "Your friend, M. Bonnetheau, was here last evening," she said, smiling. "It was my guanliun who received him." "And you did not so hilar I inqulted. "I yes, for a moment, at my guanllan's request." "Then you do not npprove of hlmT She straightened herself with a touch of hauteur. "He has lvn misrepresented. 1 take nothing upun hearsay, m'sieur He has a lieautiful theory of religion," she added, "that of M. Comte." "Ah1" I exclaimed, ironically. "Yes," she continued, "and hf assures me that the principles of Altruism nult in the highest good to all who practice them. I do not doubt it, nnd yet, it seems to me do you believe that Comte never cred utaut King happy 1" No, 1 talieve ho craved it and sought it, in bis wuy, ns violently as Bonnetheau seeks pleasure in his. Only, Comte' happiness consisted in being the promulgator he hail an Inteuse personal calculation in that of a new philosophy, while Bounetheau's is comprisedwell, he has a progrnmmeof his ewn. But as for HipjX'lyte's talk on thl subject, I assure you, it is all fripjery. He il"s not believe n word of it himself, and although ho has done you no harm as yet, punlon me, but bo will do yon u great deal, if you continue to listen to" him." "Why does overy one accuse M. Bonnethtau she demanded, indignantly. of insincerity "I am sure be has n great ileal of feeling." "Ah, do not doubt it, ma'm'selle, but U sun? assunsl that the feelings which he rtally has are not thoe w hieh be shows. That is the difficulty in comprehending Hippolyte Miss Whipple sighi, and changed the , upon taking leave ot ject but I could her, that I had removed none of the fascination which Bonnetheau had exercised um her. He had smh n marvelous way of making ieople K'lieve him, notwithstanding their approval of him was founded upou to fully drain the udder and prevent u diminution of the yield. "DEVIL'S HOP Tnr. stuck should be well built even if one Intepits to rot thu straw. Dry straw Is comWlirn the Seitsnn St In tVlml the Conu paratively light and easy to bundle, and It stack und scattered rntti'iis On Hint Huh He Is llruiiglil can be thrown from the over the ynrd from tune to tiino without Iloun Out of tlie Tree fiimi Mli'r. much trouble. I'lcht lllk' the liK. Is storing onions spread them out so that the ulr can got to them. They will not keep "Yes. yiw," he interrupted, rising; "tbt The eoou stustin set in in Connecticut mills of the gods grind with exuitncN, Blest utaut tlie middle of Septemtar uuilcoutinuis well If pileil up, but in 11 cool place there thi-if they bo no diniculty you, Hendrix, bless you!" until cold weather, but the farmers do not will bo In tliiii layers. with ib'tuvfil onlotm No ipreiul He walked to the hearth and back nguln. make u Imriuosx of the until ufttr should strt ta utiuwed, us they may duniiigo ull. Then' was a kindling light In his eyes. Sud- the corn has Uvn husktsl and other A I'll vtTlit 1. farmer suys thut III setting denly be fuccd ataut with, "1 am inclined tt uutumii chores hnve Ns'ii done. The ciiu U great otlility Is reqvtlnil ho think this jargon of Comte" n sham." riiHst und juiciest in the period 1st ween Oct posts where 111! around "As you huve always done," I oltservcd. Nov l'i, und, taing stuffed full of Uses gravel and small stones to w.iter-liml'i mid "At least it has now served to keep me off Indian corn, tall poultry, chi'stuuts and tho ists und then runs 111 thin the nck. It is a huge lsilloon, n scctnclc uconis, he it less nimble; he cannot tun so mortar, thus virtually imbedding tho post nt which the Fn-nclovetogiue; but it i go- fur after the dogs once get on his trail. His in risk, preventing decay und insuring soing to burst some ilny, and you will live to wits are not so sharp either, lunl Usually as lidity. sec the font- Comte nnd his disciple flying soon 11s tlie first hue und cry of a lot of stal lronly u few trees for fruit are to ta out of the basket und coming down as inane wart country lads, with a is.uple of excited planted," ulwyv take iidvunt.igo of uny locaIt Is tho cold us the stick of a ncket In the meantime dogs, is tame to him on the still, crisp au- tion that lliuybe sheltered we look down and soe what is under us' Uh, tumn nir, he wnddlen uwuy into the heart of winds tlmt ilumuge the trees in winter, und heaven'" He shut hl eyes, and throwing off lhcnu1 convenient swnmp, pulls his corj'U-len- t i'Siiiill.v pencil trees. The south side of u of any kind will the hand I had laid on his arm be drained u Uly to the, top of an evergttvu ur black bum, stuble or force of glnss of cognac to the ilnrs. oak trts' and waiu for ttir chase. If tlie night greatly assist Hi brciiking tho "Here's to oblivion '" be rril. nnd wnvixl is starlit it is an easy thing to do to pick him winds his Ut'inbling mm, and then nnd then 1 felt ' off his lofty jierch with 11 charge of No. 'J Kow that ure ixintlni-- In yunls und krpt a suHocntiug swise of something ctxnit to shot driven with thnsMind-n.liat- f wurmin winter will give tatter result tho druchms overwhelm me, which I could not stay tif jiowiler Uiilnd his foreslMHildir. A fat entire yenr than when they ure allowed to It was not long, indeed, tafon-- Bonnetheau ctsm that bus Urn shot in this way usually nuiii ut wifi The hens thut huve fno was calltxi to y the wages of his si us. On 11 sits still and thinks 11 moment until ho has ruiige will sometinic luy more eggs in sumlay silent for Paris, for it was mutlled with fully made up his mind that his burdvn is mer thuu wilt those thut ure routined, but mow. He hud said nothing through thr more thou he can taur, then he topples the hens thut ure pneriy curott for during morning, but toward noon he raised himself und conn tumbling down the cold siuisoti will luy ut a time when tho oter slightly among the tnv limits with the puuky thud of hlghet jiritei. for eggs uro usually 1 went to his tid. He tagan with a sblv (leva 11I pumpkin rolling out of a cart Hn n ring nrtlculntiou: "It's on nful way tht strikes the ground, a large round hull of fur, u though "waste" vvus the motIt fts-run going so dark' so horribly dark!" Am and instantly lour arms tippisl with sharp to of ninny farmers. Thry literally throw he gnnsl for my bnniL Fodder Is cupltut. und htsiks shisit out just In time to euttii two uwuy their iiqilUil "There Is llht. if thou wouldrt but see it," dogs that have Us-- excittsDy waiting for It istiutig ulxiut the barnyurd u if It wtro 1 said, fnllitv; into the tender thou. . "Tliou this net In The eimn hns u worthless ttiuuntsllty; hint It is trodden linst no tiuw to listen to CVmte. Hear th. now Utvinen but saw, anil each time thut under fisit scutterttl uround und wsttisl on voice tiint came through the ages, '1 r.m the he revtlves n dog lows wvernl pii of his every side This Is not the wuy other busilight of the world, he that follow eth rue ' hide or n bit of his ear or lip. lit it and over ness men hr.ndle tlieir assets, they uve But he shook his bend impiTiotisJy "1 the thnv nuimaU spin, dogs snarling mid them unit try to turn them Into tho most lintv livtsl Comtist On my soul, Hendrix. 1 suapplng, tssn biting and striking and splut-tenu- money hnvi ndonsl that myth of yours, but it is tto Aiomvion miMuko with nuny l to try and the revolutions do not ose until Into to sulseriU myself to it now. IVath tlie motive ower givi out and the muiiv uiiimuls on the iimoaul is u to winter ii etm bed Cbn ..ins! You ask me to join the llim Isig of fat ill the juw-- of bl tierce of fishier 111 store. Tlie res.lt is, they ull .bel Neer' I huve lived Comtist After the game lui cnwanlh killisl one ot the come out Kir und it takes hull nf the sumcolull-turl ,Jk." bnnt.Ts throws it over his shoulders and the mer's feed to get them buck to the "Christian, wy it. Ulieve it, Hlpptdyte!" dogs ure driven oil Into the wi..l to ksik up they wore 111 when the winter taguti. But his lips rein.iiiKtl closed. Then' was n nnew trull. Here is u loss of the winter's keep und hulf long silentv, nt the end of which he murof the summer's, and the only profit therein THE rtEST ItHIX IlKlilON. mured. "Thank God hiaven nil that 1 liavc The Um com country liiCoiiins'ticut is the during tin- year is thnt bud during thu hut denied She was unchorcd w fast, 1 could n'ky, wixlisl, pirtunii(. region jsirt of the grusn fttsliug not take her with me. 1 go to the tad the Coniits-ticu- t and Tlmiiuw nters. It U the I Mast fiirmers negitvt their colts when at alom." Then was a faint presure of my kind of a laud that a ctsiii revels and grow the proper uge for training It tuu lxyn hand 'Adltu." are rich meadows and aniIJi well sulil that colts intended for fcrm uo fat in. Tin-rhillsides, where dinners can raise fine eorr hould ta wt II truinixl to ull kinds of work Then is, in every life, one Inextinguishable fur tts'iis; there an- - ulim- -t linpctiitraMr when two years !d. und to light driving moment, ami this ttus mine. How often swuinx, to which f coure, they should not ta reisnsiit retire 111 times ot I have 1 sought to put it ut: Yet then it stix. tlMje are divp, gliamiy valleys, walliii ' quired to do much work, fur it is enough to glows and burns, iukI w ill glow and bum In by fniwnliig, chnotic iiuism of ii'ks, ttutt j txi taught hew to do it With isvuslunul light forcur. till I die. Emma Sbirwood Chester nre pienil by wlniting ehninlsTs and cat I I tak to keep them proficient, heavy und .1. Hme Journal. regular to ta given when they huvo tit, and thtsre ure long forests of big tns, untuned work strength full with u hole In ' try filth tns, Into w hlrh a To Krre the weevil out of wheat, says an NiiTel i:iitrrirlc In llnslnn. tts.ni cnu slip in the eaily moriuug after night of it in the corn lot or ut a farmer's old former, Mft u little suit over the lltoni A rather novel enteririK' Iuls just Nen esof the biu or wiiMtver you put the wlieat tablished In this city, wJUiii will interest jsniltry ynnl. Ataut fourteen mllf wttof Norwich, nnd into und sow u little over tt u you put It pi"Ierty owners nt large, nnd buslne men in particular. It is something entirely nen, six or seven from the Connecticut river, is n into gunier or tax I have testisl this for :lie to fifty years, und never knew it to not only in Boston, but in theentlrecountry. tlis'p valley of singular formation that Is for wild and fantastic scenery. It full. Suit will kill black weevil in a few , and will undoubtedly pnive the pittiusr of similar tint in many iKhr cttie. The Is known in half the state as the "Ilevil's Hop hours if sprinkled over It I huvo1 hud Yanl," naid it is the center of a trnct of neither black nor white weevil sluiv huvo scheme r.s devtiossl - to notify pniperty owners in ctsi. of tire, that they m.iv ta ci country of legendary renown. Here cvoii used salt 111 my wheat I sprinkle some in anil witches have Isvii huutxl from an im the stn.'k when sticking if tho vvheut U hand to save and pnUct their Hession.s For instance, a taitding on Sumner smvt is memorial time. At tho north n nsinng trout very data p. A nrutMLR authority nvomraends the mom lin through a jagged thront In discovereil to t; on tin- - t midnight The over bowlders and Iislgo, sixty fi't r following fur colic in horses: "Half pint wner or occuinint, of cour. is uimwnm of doubt Approaching our apartment that night, I the fact, and is prehahly mwiuI asleep nt his more, Into the valley, which expands on molssscs, one pint warm milk, olio pint perceived, by unmistakable sounds pniceed-m- g home in the Buck tay. There may U IkjoIk, either luuid until It is half a mile in width in warm water, two teaiuiful bluek ry-pemix well und lulmtmsterfrom ustroui;-ntvkts- l and articles of small bulk luit in the its broadest part, nnd nishes through n narthence, that n carousal was in progm. pos.-rs- , txttle. Thu ihie is for u tarso of row gap tatwi.-vertienl pns'iplcen thn I pushed rav wav through the upnsxr, disre utfe which ure quite valuable. Were th garded b Bonnetheau, and throwing up h I owner present he might ta nble to save milt Uiow ut the wiutheni limit of the ho tlftt'i'ii huiids; under tin height It should window in the farthest non;, leaned into the , them, or direct the firemen so that they yank On each side the valley s hemmtsl In bo a little lets, und over It, Increased. It It could do it Even if this should not ta the by pi'rjs'iiiliculnr. almost setuuless walls tif dis' not cure the pain within uu hour, givo purer air, a second diwof half tho quantity of tho I gazed into the street Iwlow. Turmoil rose u property owner could personally su- blick gniuttr; the mountains are Ugirt by wide wilderness, with here and there a farm first, und if limit her hour brings no relief, there, too. A jangle of instruments came jvrvis die imitoftlon of p'lnotditroyiil. " of ilancing and certainly he would ta-- intentsl enough amid the wtss, nild.iu fnr (u. tlu busltua ot add u third hulf dose from over the way, nnd the tn-nmen is comtrnist, it is pnuticully out of tin It i tme that u frrmcr" life Is a contm-un- l wish to be pm-n- t to feet. There were broils, "affairs" nnd strenu If be hapis.'us to ta 11 Hop Yanl, so call si bewurfuns In which morn perish In thu ous voices. I glanced above, and Ubeld the I ttibscritar to tht K'litme he is at once noti- - world. The I fled of the Ure by messenger or telephone uwfnl regnrding silence of tho sky, strewn by cause the devil umsI to "hop" in it w Ith Had first skirmish than survive to draw It is it w.irlure. however, that has a dam witrhi I "lore the world ta'juno toe thick witli stars. The popping of cork 1 he agent of the comi mn v, whoso While you limy soine-Umwithin ctmtinued, and the conflnotl odor of is t attend all fin. Should the owner live dull and couimonptuce fur u nnnantlc gentlts life rcotiuipenc. feel the tug of war more keenly than . the city limits a carriage is sent for man in black with hums 011 his head to take itnoke nnd wines sickened me, until, at last, any iuteret in It, l, together with the en- those engaged 111 other pursuits, you are tu inil he Is brought to the fire free of ctt. the thunder in the street declined, the u '. .e scheme ojietati-- in the day as well as vironing country, the siriidrst'iif ttm hunt-tr- s u jsisitton lo enjoy ni"st of nature's puro laughter in the adjoining rooms subsided Ytm think and the JiurM-rof tvpienl ctm dogs und utiudulterutitl blessings. man leaves his the night time. If u buMm-slbeshout lapsed into unintelligible mutter lab. Uigs, Bonnetheau and his companions office and gi.-- to another rt of the city be Nowhere else air the tssin hunter and tht you are not. ring for yourselves ulono, but u The product of your into oblivion, nnd a faint gra. is hunted up and notlllcd in case of lire coon dog to tamet with in tlnir full and com you ure not only the foundation of our Nutloual suffused the windows. I walked to the ihor as soon ns jssib!e. Now that tall alarms plete glory. It risiilrt nn extrnonlliiary dog for hunt- wiiilth hut upon It depend tho welfare will by onler of the fire com and looked in. Hipjiolyte sat ut a table, his have been utali-he- d progiess of mutikitid n man might have his plnco of ing eisiiis, for 110 other uuimul Itvivc so on bis arm, 0110 hand clusjied ataut missioners. bead . und Meeting a It is up to all th shivered goblet, where it had fallen. His business entirely burned down nnd not ta ODD NOTES OF INTEREST. ' linen was stained nnd there was nn oozetf Hindi- aware of it until be nrrivit. nt his uuul tricks of the fox, ts, in tattling pursuit wine nbout his lirs. The color in his cheeks hour in tho morning unless hunted up by there is any pnsts for bnssliugu sucitsf Tin country owns over twelve million A setter or . horses valued ul utaut t4n.(0,um. wns high nnd steady, his irresolute mouth some friend or rcjiortcr. For .V) cents a coon dog it is not known was jmrtil blankly. 1 could have wept over mouth he can ta relieved of all worry, und iw'iuter may do artistic work in his own Held In this country of tlio No iui.i.s ure istin-my Jerusalem, thus fallen for the hundredth can ta1 enabled to nucli Lis proj-ertand save that no other dog can rival, und a foxhound value f iliU). the highest legal tendor time. Alas! joor Hipixjlyto! He moved valuables in case of fire. If he (lnsn't care to, nuiV ! suistIi in his line, but all mav U notes Ix'ing those of flO.IKM. slightly, and brushed the fragments of glass ta bothered personally he can arrange to practically worthies for coon hunting. A of Austin. Tex., 1ms iniute an enA to the floor with his baud. I taw the blisl have Ids superintendent, junior partner, or ' gi"l itKiti dog may Imve n ctos from nl' tire t.itn of common spud thread. Sln dress ' other dogs, und there may ta hunting start from his lingers and went to bind them other jiersou or several jsrsons notiileil inucitl ten thousand yards of thre.ul and was stead. The value of the Mi me can readily broad stiq of mongrel 111 his make up, yet three months doing it. up. As I stoojusl to wind the linen abou ta , nnd it is very nptsirent in such cases uo one can my just what it is that make them, I heard him mutter Miss Whipple' Siuiik Imve for some time been creating There art where tlieiv is u threatening lire in the story him grout in hi name. d crabs of htiVf." among the fool! He was never fnrther from her ntate him or next door. Then he arrives on scon ol coin dog9 but a tlrst rnte one u Poor liny. One wus lately cuught that th- - ground in time to mvuic his most valu- j rule, and his value priceless. than nt that moment. bad in it s'tomaiii 11 bushel of tho delicaTIIK TVI'H'AI. CIKI.V DOIi. Six months ran around, nnd again I wns able property tafore the lire leaches his cies. A seated In the somber salon of Choisy. Miss place of business. Boston Herald. ciiii dog is Uirn, not made. He Is Tnr northern taundnry of the I'nlted Whipple wns looking meditatively nt the the Scotchman, or Yankee, of the canine States is luittl y iW prominent marks in floor, and presently gave me the result of one trait he must oswss utavc all the hluqie of Iron pillar, stoiio cairns und sfpcelc In I'ncle Sum's Itculur Arm. her thought-- : "1 shall never lielieve in M. 1 have Ufii in tta service .f Undo Snm ftu others, hi must ta cnilliy. The Devil's Hop mound, extending between the IloeUy ' just one Bonnetheau again." month, und huve five ytvirs and Yanl iiiim the liest coon dogs. There uiv Mountaiuhiinil the Luke of tho v(Odsuud "Ah, he is not so tad as he seems," I de- eleven month- - yet to serve. I wish I was out prottibly dozen dogs, owiul by farmers in ut a distance of 11 mile iqsirt. clared, wondering how he had contrived tc , of it, but I huve no one to blnmo for it but its region nUmt the ynnl, that cannot ta Awisii the Gulenu river 111 Illinois nnd Nfcght for f.'i(i, und for one or two of the make n faux pus. myself. I was broke on the town, and sitrecently wagon loiuls of dead "He reminds mo of Lucifer." she contin- ting in a j ts'p o' day house, oxiecting the numtar n (M bill would upicul In vain for Wisconsinpiltsl up. Many theories accountfish were ued, (I talievftd Hippolyte would ta pleased actvpbiuce by way of e.Miuuige. Yet twoof ing for the phenomenon ure advanced, but tarkeecr would turn me out, when two solwith the compliment, nnd resolved to tell diers enmo in. They wore tho uniform of them ure homely, shaggy looking fellow none of satisfactory nature, and thus far it.) "Because," sho explained, "ho privates, but their clothes lit them likedudes, utaut the turiii. with brown coat, und mild him of tho cause of the fatality is mystery. seems to Imve fallen from a great height He and, now that I come to think of it, were of brown eye; nnd unotlier i npureiitly n ta-eAs ugent of 11 steamship lino says that so lew, nnd yet he much tatter cloth than wlint I havo got on. cross tatweeii a foxhound und cannot always have shepherd about one hundred thousand people cross to is prouder than Lucifer, for he never menseemed to huve plenty of money, and dog. In the limit of inch, just utavo the They each year ut nn average cost of flvu tions his former state. It is only vulgar askisl me to take u drink. Then they got to eyes, is a bump that sticks out like a knob on Kuroic who proclaim what they have been, or telling stories ataut the guy life the tays led 1111 oak root; thut bunch Is supfsMsl to con- hundred dollars. Tins would iiiako un aggregate of tlfty million dollars sH'iit annuwhat they hnvo had in tho pust M. BonneIn the army nothing to do, but plenty to tain tho combination that is set for coons, ally by Americans In journeying to I'uropo. is not vulgar. Once ho asked mo" without winch they would uot ta worth f50 theau eat, n night in town every week. Ono of To i.at live niilcs of track It takes l,7lV) hero she examined tho lilagreo 011 her wrist thc'insaid that no citizen stood nshowngniiist and 100 apiece. The hunters of the hop yard hnvo tlono lit rails weighing in tlio aggregate 1,O.V),00) attentively "if" a soldier with tho ladies, The other said it "Gool heavens, ma'm'selle! what did he , was mighty hard to get into the army, but tie eh) since the lirst day of Octotar but stir pounds. Tospiko this teqtiires'Jd.sO spikes, weighing 7,'JOO KHiiids. It ulso takes 7,0-1ask youC ho had taken n fancy to me, und if I wanted up thu coons. There is little money in hunt"We to try it ho would speak to the captain. Ho ing tlieui for their fur or their nusit, but it is bolts for every live miles, Five miles, of Sho smiled and blushed profusely. or enough to inuUo u linv. n Tirovlnplnl rn)rfiinn in Amcrir'.f ten . then staked iitu lur a quiiru'i i" get a Iks, customary euch fall for hunters to drive out ties numtar -to the yard from Norwich, Now London, small forest. bay, ho proiiosod to me." ,,1 tno nc.xt (lny j nict tj10 young fellows at A woman In Chicago recently mudo cons and from Mtsslus ami the the legs of the recruiting olllce, and here I urn, tho vic- - Mldilk-towu'And you, niu'm'solle," I I on the Connecticut river for a night of fession to un Austriun consul in thnt city my chair, "whnt reply tnd you nmkef ' tini of two "slick cappers;" "body snatchers" coon bunting, and tho local hunters act us thut she hud six years previously caused her "I suid I hud uo fuitli in him, and that I I call them. There Is no use deserting, must have unbounded confidence In tho always bring you tack, nnd any guides. In this wuy tho famous dogs nro husband to bo wrongfully Imprisoned In 1111 they worth their price U their masters. There U Austrian dungeon for attempting to oisori principles of tho man to whom I intrusted barracks is tatter than working on tho fortimy life." fications at Fort Leavenworth. A Recruit bomcthing wrong with tho night or with thu her. Her confession liberatedsoher husband, thut douth hunters if one ol t!ui uirtict returns nt day- but his health hud suffered "And probably you havo no faith in nny in light with K. than from four to ten coons. was looked for soon. man," I remarked gloomily. "Life leaves The hunters go homo with tlieir load of young girls in that plight sometimes, if they It Is not commonly known that there A Great Can so of Profanity. uny where In this, land it free railroad, gume, tlie youngest und futtcst animal is chance to have seen much of tho world." The numtar of ijers thnt lose their wrapcarefully iIi'csmsI by n caterer and roasted, yet such Is fact. It is In Oakland, Cub, Sho touched my hand timidly. "It has pers in tho mulls is enormous. Tim principal and ut night the party and tlieir friends huvo through which city tta Central l'acltlo was not left 1110 quite so yet." I caught tlio little hand I, Bonnethnu's reason is that they are put on with jsoor a coon supper, which they wnsli down with grunted right of way on condition that nr It is astonishing what a great mugs of leer, hunl cider und soinetiinw fure should ta charged within tho city limconch, slave, drudge! for there was that in mucilage. variety of worthless mucilage is sold in tho punch. Epicures rarely express a similar its. Tor a distance of rtvo or six tnllos poo-pl- o eyes which I could not misher gentle, lifted stationery stores under various Intals. It is opinion nUmt tho flavor of roust conn; some rldo on this road free of charge. take. 1 wild but never mind. very exasperating to try and put up n paper think it reseiubles tlmt of roust pig, othcru Tub latest thing in is tho work That night I flung open tho door of to tliut of mutton, still of a Connecticut electrician. He attaches a. njmrtinent with 11 Nujwleonlc mien with luucilnguund find it unroll utaut as fast dctis't a as it is wrapKsl, Tlmtis what hapens when others say that it savors of bear's meat, and ptcco of meat to one polo of n dynamo maand lips bursting to commit their secret, but tho sight tif him silenced mo. Ho was bond- - ninoout of ten of tlio different samples of a few profess to ilnd it n combination of chine, which can only bo reached by tho rat mutton, bear und pig flavors. Many other standing on 11 plato which servos us tho Ing over a tax and smoothing something mucilage ono is offered in tlio stores is used. men who have mudo desperate efforts to cut other polo. Hoport says thut 110 rat 1ms yot yellow in his hands. Tho object was hair, u , Tbo poor inuiUty of his mucllngo is probably attributable to tho h gh rate nt which gum u coon bupjier confess that they would vuilwl got tho meat, hut ttuitiy havo reached for it, long and bhinlng tress. mu bom wU iuu try a woodchud: or 11 black cat next timix und tho luvoutor Is rewarded for his lugo-nuit- y Ho looked up us I entered, tho expression ' urnmo uu ' Koudan.-- iw York Evening Sun, by a largo collection of dead rata. Norwich (Conn.) L'or. Now York Sua, of his fuco gray and siioecbless. FAMOUS NOTED COON DOGS OF THE YARD." e -s d ob-Ul1 X thiMiitfi-tnlnmwitg. . "Where did you get that PI demanded, recognizing, ns I thought, something in th shade and texture of the tress. "1 cut it off." "Cut it off! When and wherer "Once when she sto-x- l tafore me nnd I wai not otherwise engage I. Wherel I think it was at the Imll of the American minister.1' His volet was stiMui-d- , pathetic. "Hippolyte," I siud, tenderly, "Hipjiolyle, your blessing' Paris contains no hnppler Miss Whip-pie-" man than vour conch FARMYARD FRAGRANTS. 11 COXNKOTirUT COONS. Cowo will not yield their milk to to It Is thercforo use'u gentle und tenilcr iullucurc m order thrv dislike; ft. n letsu I f s 1 r. - 11 s jsm-sion- es r -i s s wen-sinkin- g deli-cut- e stt-ut- d 11 ms-ii- soft-shelle- Cho-ii'ul- ;e gl 11 ' 11 ' 11 11 1 .., bl.'-ioo-, , Hud-dam- Globe-Democr- at ox-is- ts 11 rat-tra- lib-ill's- im mm h ftnir -- 4.lw,MJl TTT3r .i im. jxttn. - -- riCiaA A found niur LimuM, Kiin , ut uiluiitu of 'JW is foot invention four snaro drum, two base drums, threo stopping a lea'c. Tim reason given by physician for tho AxontKh protnltiiiK voin of coiil lius boon Wkt papers rung nearly dry und seat-tere- fifes nnd a standard bearer, averaging In Immunity fro;n death of drtmlton person, found tuur Clillllrotlio, Mo., tit it ilcptU of ago over soienty jears. The corjis Is led iiikjii tho i urpet '. hen sweeping, colWho utaln severe falls or Injniies Is, that Wi fret by a drum that vm played ut the surrender lect tho dust and do not soil th" eurix't. the nervo centers whit h rog date the heart A hm: i mllty of imtlinirlte roul lunlieen U.B nothing but clear hot water with a of Cornwall! at Yorittown, und wa through dlHi'oviTi'd tii'iir Camp Ilullfiinl,' Kastern anil vessels are so niuih jr,i vcd iu thu few drop of ammonia In It for washing the tho war of UVi drunken man us not tube uiTvred by tho Ontario A sisui i. i.i advertisement appeared renilvor The usegf Aoipishuld to impart u of the cently culling for 1i,iiui live ilea, to be Tiii.bl.it furnace now In rourxc of onv- - nhix-- have fall,on which In a sober' man dullness to the app 'ara.ice. would acted them so violently as to in ."Mlots. at it certain adilres. tlon tit AtLluml, U'K, will luivo a rapacity A Mum gloss may be p'ilui'td on linen by Mop thu heart, urrot tho oiroulutiou and of utility tins it lny. the use of gum limbic Pour a pint of boil- The advertiser proved f. bo a flea trainer, cause Instant death. who revealed the fuct that only ono tlea In Tin- iiniloNr.norii of the llritill (Itiil.) illv Wiiitk I usually deilned as a combina- ing water upon two ounces of tho gum, a thousand etui be taught any thing, and rlcl lum iiiTfdfd to the ilt'inand of tho cover It uud let stand ivor night. Ouo tion nf all colors, and black as the ahseuco then It take threo month to train them. tliii'rti fo' ncinliiiiintlily pay days. Iu the starch will answer Heaktng accurately, uu object Is Tho nverage lifetime of the insect is ono Con. lui Ix'tiii found In CoivhU Valley, of colorwhen To ivoin scorching milk when lx)lhng, whito it Oi Aulliiiuiiuto vein of tilluiiiltimin tftul light, und black thtow back all the rav of use u double boiler r a tin that rests in a year, hence the great demand. A omsTi.y object of interest In Florence, tllrtrtly iHineutlt tliu now object alxorhs when it absorbs all A blue kettle of boiling water 'I he wetting of a li mil to all lays except tho blue, Italy, Is a table coiiixied of human mustoin of Toledo. which It reflects, a red object reflects the kettle with cold wa'er and allowing it to cles and It was mude by un Pal-ia- n 'In, lire kimnI for eompleti' ray only, and soon through all tho remain a few minutes befuro putting in thu who devoted sevurnl years of his llfft to in tbe iiiilliriii'lto reKlou. The main milk will ulo lessen the danger of scorch- Its uianufacturi', fiuployiiig materia! obcolors uud their combinations losut Ins writing in the l.'fti.iiut) tout weeking. hloroform, Or the three lending anicsthetic tained from a hutnlred huiuiin Ixslies ly t'lHUctlon In the I.elilK'li A vnur nice receptacle f r shoos Is u from hospitals. The bodies were inether and nitrous oxide chloroform nt: autliraoito rtxiulrei from forty to tho most dttngcious, tho profMirtiou of square wooden box with a lid covered with durated with mineral suits, and as tlcy exist fov three cable feet fur t bo storage of u Tho lid is stut7ed, ottoman like, In tho table at e inn pctritled state, having deaths to administration is in ti,im i to llituinloiM eo.il reulroi from forty-tb- e Kther comes next with 1 in hi.im), while and a little valance falls over tho Ixix. This, I tho apix'uranco of variegated marble. , A to forty I'ltflit cnliic foot. room, is tt.riil iw Ult.mtisiMHlo Is last with ill Hll,) Hut litaceii in u licit. ikiituv wo.il I hy cltueti of Jackson, it: heavy Inllux of forelKn lulxir in lutv-mIt unfortunately hapsuis that nitroiu oxido pretty, and serves for a low seat. Miss., had for the basis of hi fortune tho depreiIUK' effort on uiixu.h In New l too volatile, and can not 1m used for oper1'ori.Tin should be killed a few days be- price of a single meal served by him to forty I'.lanil Alxilit half the lueu tlnd slopping; ation lading moii'thaii ono minute, so that fore being eaten, dressed at om-- and hung of the lead'n 1'iilon oftleers eiiga'ed In the pi's In liuiuifui'turliiK towns In a cod place with some small pieces of famous Vlcksbur camiuiLrn ether must In' u.ted Ho ohlecteil it new KnterprWu Coal Company, of charcoal Inside, I no reason that poultry , at the timo to "Yankee" nio:i-y- , and ac Caiiiions for u In electric light urn Mmsa, 111 , m developluK a vein of eoul of tnado from tint killed at home I not so tender as that i contod Confederate lulu. .f tho nm. residua of distillaKrlur miulity but ninety feet ImiIow tlm tion, u well u from tho (Mjlrolcum itirlsinaceous tie- - from the market Is mat it is ircneraliy ccrs tiuii captureii a store, to th ' iimount of kUco and m'ti'lt feet til Ihlckue one thousand dollur a liMd, making forty Hsits found iironnd natural pis well Tho killed uud oaten at one.' .1. Western machine adopt 'iii to bo materials are llnoly pulveried. mixed with Tuck housekeeping consists not only In thousand dollar for tho meal. This ho InotiltM, but labor orKitnliitlnins there uro a little pitch uud phus-in molds, which uro cleaning thing, but in keeping them clean. vested while yvt gixxi, and wnitir. Kastern iinvhanles not to unalno packut til turn's and put luto a furnace, Still, there Is such a thing us keeping house rich. tt run jump into .situations easily , whero In treating a ncrro In I.elpiic for an ulthey uro submitted to an Inteuio too anxiously. Cleanliness that forbids it: extraordinary consumption of kixkIs heat The capacitvor an ordinary furnace freedom Is an evil There are those who cerated uffection It was found necessary to iitvliiK the effect of starting a trotnl many I iH onivoii They Hie hak'M for tlvo will not let trees grow .ilxiut their house replace portions of tho akin with pieces inn on full lime, also of ntimulatiii taken from ono or two white day, and the ctxding take twenty-fou- r because thev slnsl tlwir leaves and additional machinery hour Wni.s linen has turned yellow, cut up u These latter pieces gradually grew darker I Hlrmlimhiim, Ala , J,.V),ni worth of A M-coiniounil for ste-- l consists of pound of fine white soup into a gallon of iu color uml tlnully as black "a tho patient's I'Uillutrs are In course of erect Inn Tho resin. Iinissl oil, glycerine, and owdered milk, uud hang It over a lire in a wash-kettl- e own skin This singular tact led to an exlindltiKH uro reutcsl before iMimplets. s periment being made of truuioiiig heiitisland intimately mixtsl, In cerWhen the siHip has comple-.elWrkliiu; ople live cheaply uud tsxiifnrt-ulrof lihu k skin on a whito patient, and tain tlellnite iiroportiou It is used by heat- - melted put lit the linen and loll it halfaii lug tho steel to a clear nsl heal, Immersing hour, then take It nut. Have leady a lather it wus foutid that after a few weeks thoso In less than fourteen 'jii: Mlnncapotii have und coating It in tho iimisund, the sieel of soap and water; wash the liiieti'm it, and beifun to grow pal. n)ipMtl fortv-oubarrels of Hour this jear Ix'ing afterwanl rchoatiMl and hardmed In then nn.e it through two cold waters, with weeks they had, in fuct, grown so white us not to bo distinguishable from the patient's for tlilrty seven barrels hist yiur Tho the usual innnuer In ipji kly tsxthng it lly a very little blue in the hist natural skm lulls uro tiininik' out pii.ixj imrreU per tins treatment, biineil rwst steel i, restnpsl A m:it, clean, fri'sh-nlred- . cheerful, ' to It Winli. Tiiihtv thousand dollars is a big price for onglnul condition, and the softer houe exerts a moral lutluenco sack of flour. Yet that was It Is jKissihle Ko'fmto, Ind . will Imvo grade of steel uopuro thu proi)rtioii of over its inmates, and makes the members a oust steel. a tattl mill A mill owieT is now inetl-K'aUliof a family x'itceab!o and considerate of the amount re nlued ou one in Nevada durIr ha been ascertained tlnit the diflleul-tie- s each other's feelings und happiness. The ing the oxcitablo days of the civil war. Tho the claims the Kite presents, i 1th a View to erecting' a mill i;lvlii emploj incut I'Ms'Heni'txl bv Hcnwiuuts. ,tiiii in Die iiinno.ition is obvious between the state of sack iu question was thn wager Ix'tweon two to four htiiidrcsl workmen r.in'factum of the atmosphere, begin only uiilid thu produced a'ld rosjiect for ot- political aspirants for office, tho loser to reTun North Star Iron Works, Mlnnoajiolis, at an altitude of twenty-threthousand or her, and for tho. higher duties and obli- ceive the flour and to enrry it home on his back. This ho did and then placed it up for gation which no luw can enforce .Minn, will remove to ,st lmU The ca-- , twentj Amr IhoilsMtld fwt This view seem the benefit of a soldiers' jtartty of the company's works will li, siiiirttsl li the fuct that in the Himalayas Kln for invalid should bo lxilled -- gently sale at auction for bid up fund when it wus until :i,Oi in gold ilmibhsl, lind between Iml and ,VJ men cm- - and the Andes, heights of uUitit twenty txnlcd -- and prettily garnished and pretpaid for It. The news spread like thoUkitud fisjt hae Imcii on tu'vuni! iiva-- , tily served, indeed, the mure neatly uud had been ployed, as against JJl at prwseut. tint Wiiiinsis uiuchine nhops turn out on- - slon ri'.tchisl without any Inconvenience sweetly u sick cron' viand; are present-cs- l wildfamousAn adjoining city telegraphed for sack, and fur threo mouths it was the more he will relish them, uud with the Klnes for IUh.Ii' Island uiatiufaetairles Tho III such cases, Imwever. tho ascent has altho grouter heart and hojx will he eat !,ot car ried front plueo to place, until not less latest engine furnlshiNl wan uu euoruiolM ways Ihs-i- i gradllnl The HI effists in ballisius are sihly duo to tho tho linen, then, be hue snow, let the silver than ;Sd,(i) was realized for the fund. mm l lie i esiern uiai nine simps uro glitter and the glasses sparkle, and tf you tMchliiK the Kastern shops how to do big suddenness tif the t hilllge FRAGMENTARY SCIENCE. It Is sttttisl that thoprwossof photograph- - can throw iu a (lower o much the better tlllllK's A mrthoii in vogue in sanitary engineerHi m women have a habit of keeping on Mi the reitt of the inspts'torn of mini's, ingoii IhuuihxI, heretofore thought imprac- Invcntisl iu Hussia llio their feet just us long as thev can, in splto ing for tho detection of leakage in pipes, is of I! rent llrttalii, just issued, it uppourit tloalUe, has unit warning pains As lhiv to iour into tho pipo suspected a quantity of that MlMtM H'rsous wen' emplotsl In und first step I to till It press with UKolubhs it carbonate of copxT, by means of two se(-- 1 grow older they see the folly of iermitting H'pixTinmt extract by the scent of which ulnHIt coul uillies, there were '.nil person killed, and the production of coat put at urate solution, in which it l Ixiiled suf- - such drafts Usm their strength, und learn tho leak Is detected A Kxi'Kinvn.NTs with electric lights under llciently ollsh Is then imparted to its to take such things easier, lot what will lftrls.'rt tons Ilivrtt and luke craft are multiplying In lUrface, asphalt m subitum is then applied hupix'n. They say "1 used to think I mun water huvo developed tho fact that tho do thu and so, but I've growu wiser nnd pressure uixm the glass globes, throo-eighIs soon to to Its back and sides, and finally a sensithe West, und ulxiut of un Inch thick, ut a depth of forty lx Ittveatisl In plants ami equipment to tized gelatine, film plnced over the polihcd learned to slight thing " The first years turnout Ixiats A .'i,io),iiki plant lit to bo face The suhjivt to Iw etched is now pho. of housekeeping are truly the handiest, for fathoms was sufficient to demolish them. A ctlKMtsT has dweovered, through built ut Alton, III , to construct ocean and graphed ou tho surface, uud by washing tho untried and unfamiliar cares are almost soluble and unrlnted parts of the gelatine daily thrust ujxjii the mother uud home-mak- er analysis of tlowers of different hues, that river steamshliM i next thoso of u yellow color were without tho A (iiwrivi with u citpltul of j.VD.im) has removisl A coating of to the raised jMrt. the block slightest trace of arsenic, while its presleased tlfteeu miles of coal land near l'ari, BUSINESS STATISTICS. acid of ence was ix.Tceptlblo in thoso of various strength Teit, ami will opi-- it atonco. Capitalist in nitric the Ixittcrj,suitable It remain (tho other colors. where ono from Kast KaKiuaw, Mich., have purchased stronger TwrxTT-Tmillion-- dollars aro A mun on the wing Is a striking examplo two or three) counties of West Virginia mill hour, when It Is removisl and ubjected to paid out for patent medicines iu this of the action of ulphuric acid for the unio sustained muscular exertion. For hour era) land to develop It country. tlmo The ufter hour the Australian swallow, which is A with u capital of f.7i),in) ha changed to xrllon unprotected uro thus K.mii.isi) ships out alxjut seven hundred never seen to rest, virir which, by brushsustains its flight. Tho lrasisl tlfteen mile of cojtl land near I'tirln, thousand dozens of boot and shoes-eacTex , ami will oxu it at once. Capitalist ing, Is readily removed In the form "of a year that aro manufactured by Hritlsh Knglish swift flies all day long, and, apjrreenlsh wder. To complete the process parently, is proof uguiust fatigue. from Kast Hairinuw, Mich , tmvn purcliasod bkx-I dried uud briskly brushed with workmen. A sTiioso man will, with muscles weightwft or three tuntle of West Virginia min- tho n stiff brush Tho asphalt Is lastly removed Tun State of Kansas annunlly contributes ing only a pound or two, lift a weight of eral land to derelop It with benzine, uud the block i ready for tho to tho volume of trade the tuui of a million several hundred jtouuds. But, unconsciously Tux Alabama and Tennessee Coal ani pros. und a half dollars, tho receipts of her egg to himself, tho troug man's muscles of tho Iron Company I comprised of that compaand poultry crop chest move lu tho act of respiration two t ny und the Hhcftlcld A: IllrmliiK'lum INDUSTRIAL INTEREST. A sTxim decllno in rod oil Is marked, tho hundred (wunds, nftoou to twenty times u Comuiiiy Tho capitul !'k of tho prico having forty per Cnicino consolidated couijvany 7,;i,i U, of which lon of milk consumes eighty thousand gal- cent. Iu price fallen as much usThis is duo minute.of tho advantage In this country. O.NB daily claimed for elec$!'.J.,U"H to Im rcUlne.1 In tho treasury to tho divreaso of consumption and tho tricity is that it does not raise tho temperaKinr-iiHik for Nkiki.t two hundred now nianufacturlng lllinoi t industry pavhig puroe i a new introduction of cheajier mineral and mixed ture of tho atmosphere when used for nvently develoxsl. Tho rnterprlss have Invn starteil In New lighting; yet under certain conditions it is brick Ui question ranks high us u paving oils. since January Of these twenty six Tins country receive from Knglnnd as capable of evolving heat. This feature is were woohm mill, twenty-onmetal work- material Si'amsii Avtnuci furnishes most of tho high as lir.wutotis of Hrttish steel and Iron being turned to practical account in tho ing concern, eighteen paHir mill, fu'ven-tes'per month, valued ut M,:i,T(J). Tho ox- - form of electrical heaters. machine shops, sixteen cotton factorie, mahogany used III thl country. Since the It I the opinion of thoso who have given wood working cui"erns and twelva year 1?J) the wood has been a staple article lorts from thut country to nil jwrt some fourteen mouths runs us ltigh us :irJ,.1iVi tons, or the mutter attention, that birds of prey uro of commerce Ijoslory factories. worth. guided moro by sight than the sense of Tub only slatepenoil factory In tho At Youngstown, () , a deal ha Iwen smell. It has been observed that they Sn depreciated United doted by which juirties iuire by iurch.uo erage States Is inI Castletou, Vt, Tho av- value vku iu this eouutry hasdollars per in never sniff at any thing, but ubout one thousand dart ujwn it ut ton daily output ulxiut thirty thousand, 1. Nil acres of land underlaid with coal lit I once. To Hr year for the stated that Jefferson County, l'a They Intend to de- nml the factory gives employment to lu the United past ten years. That now these binlsstrengthen this it can see twenty times tho Stute Treaury Is worth hands The pencil's urn all velop the coal Held mid use the product in tweuty-flva man can. now, whereas they used twelve thousand dollars jor ton less than making coke. Most of the coke will bo made by that on hand iu bTll. A skiiies of experiments nvently mado Used by the furnaces In the Mahoning to be whittled into shuo hy baud Ur to the present California yields by a French metallurgist ure stated to Thk National Toothpick Association, of Valley, In which tho purchasers nro Intur-estoMaine, expeota to manufacture enough about I,(M),(W) lxxes of oranges an nually. huvo proved that steel loses weight by rust produces u like amount und Iuii-un- a aoout twice a rapidly as cast Iron when A TATr.NT ha Just leen taken out by a wooden toothpicks iu the present year to Florida some .TiO.UiO barrels. The consumption exx)ed to moist ulr. Acidulated water man named Carr for uu Instrument which load a train of fifty railway cars. Tho of oranges iu country now is less than was found to dissolve cast iron much moro ho culled a "earlx'llu " It l constructed numlx'r of toothpicks to muke up that JVkiO.OU) boxes this year, a and It will not In- rapidly than steel. Tins would Indicate Most of Aomewhat on tho plan of an umbrella, and amount Is placed at r,(H),liil,ul. tho toothpicks used in this country uro crease moro than J.t.(iiiOor.'!,Oiii,(mil in tho that steel bridges aro less affected by tho is intended to protect miner from tho next live years. Uy that time this country acids contained iu the smoke of locomotives water coming from the roof In wet place. made iu Maine HrroiiK the invention of machinery for will produce at least 10,(X),OiiO boxes per that iron ones. 1 arranged In such u manner that It It doe not Interfere In any manner with thu rolling tinfoil nearly all that was used" was year. MEANT FOR MERRIMENT. s Nk litter of tho wheat consumed Now, hnttwr, thut industry Is work of the miner In drilling or loading ami importiM by Knglnnd each year is imwrtcd from As editor thinks that people of the right Rtill keep him nrfivlly dry, and when u largely contlncd to our own nhnros. The stump ure those who enclose return iwst-ugblunt Is to bo II red tt takes but a inluutu to till for the purNiso is mined principally in thi Mintry Of thel',Ni,t'ii)i),(iiiubuhels last year tho United States supplied Australia and the Hast Indies. Million's on romovo It. millions of pound of thu foil uro annually r.VViO.Oi) India, us Iu every recent yeur, It is quite diftlcult to tell any thing ubout WATSON'S COFFIN. came next to the United States, supplying a man by hi eyes, but his nose sometimes used lu this country. I. Allot: building in the Kastern cities are 20,(00,0111) bushels. Hussia and Canada'pro-vide- d settles the difficulty. All Kcrciitrlc Illinois VetiTiiu's .Mont IV- alxuit 7,(00,000 bushels each, and Aus-tri- a wholly devoted to the fi cozing and storage The Italian Government is endeavoring iillar WfiliiieN. " Old Hill Watson," an ho calls himself, of fresh llsh for the inland trade. Until tho tity, and (leriuany together sent a like quan- to -- obtain a loan of several million lire. whllo a few other countries furnished They could get a good many from tho newsJives a few miles southeast of this phiculu year lV), when the freezing process known, the fresh fish trade was very small quantities. papers of this country. Moultrie county, writes a Macon (111.) Al.Tiiornii tho business of lawyers is to the ludiauaM)lls Jornl. Ho Is slim; but now, with facilities for preservON A LARGE SCALE. obtain peace and justieo by the courts of vory eccentric, and Is ehlelly known to fatno ing fish fresh a jeur or more, the business as tho man who made his own cofllu A visit has attained mammoth pri)Nrtions, A watkii-mfloraised near San Angolo, tho land, they are never content unless Krw uud a quarter mixed up in some kind of trouble. wis recently made to Watson's imartcrs mous ix'rsons have an idea of tho enor- Tex., weighed fifty-fou- r consumption of twine iu this country. LiivvKU "Now you say you've known Kund.s, and thocoflln presented for Inspection. Tho article is made of plain black walnut, tho One of the greatest demand. for the articlo A nniK hammer, weighing ono hundred this couple for years!" Witness "Yes come from the farmer, who consume nnd fifty lumber having been cut by Watson eight tons, is iu use at gun sir" "Kver seen them quarrel!" "Never." thirty-fivthousand tons annually upon tho works of Kssen. It is the the Kruppsteam "They've always lived together in unity, year before ho tlnully concluded to largest Allowing llvo hummer iu the world. harvesters. eh!" "No, sir; iu Swanipvlllo; that's about a coftln for himself. Kivo years ugo, nftor tho lumber had been seasoned for IHHimls to the mile, this would be equal to a Lr.AVKNuoimi, Kan., has tho most ex- four miles front Unity." PittsoXKit (just recovering from a drunk-o- n eight long years, ho set to work upon iu string long enough to go moro than nix tensive upplo orchard In thu United States. times round the earth. 8tupor)"Oftleer, what am I In hero manufacture. embraces 4:t7 acres und contains 50,000 It Horri.Ks for holding spirits and acids nr for!" Keeper "You got drunk and killed Tho lumber wus soaked in oil nml then bearing trees. a man " "Thank you. I am much relieved. treated ton coat of varnish. At the head ho now mude of paper. The glued (mper is reThe put a cross piece, which raises that end rolled by machinery into hucIi a tubo us is cently lurgest stono ovor quarried wasMo., I had a horrible dream Just now. Thought taken from tho I was an absconding aldermuti." some live Inches higher than the other. Hu required, uud the tubo is cut up into suit- quarries. It is an oblong Vinalhavon, piece of granite Or tho cltmato of Now Jloxfcosomo ono said: "When I lie down I want my head able lengths. The tops and bottoms, of lift feet in length, and weighs tvOtons. has said : "Tho climate is also somewhat raised." Tho reason givwn for Its niunufao-tur-o wood or pupei, are cemented In, und necks Thk Polytechnic Society of Horlln Is in prejudicial to military discipline and is because of the tdioddy character of nro udded when required. The interiors of of tho d article. This, ho siiyv, will tho bottles uro then lined with a heated possession weighs largest sapphire In thu manouvcrs. New Mexican hens lay tho six ounces, uud is valued eggs all through tho summer, and m lust, being made of inch and a quarter 'uff, fluid composition that sets hard uud will re- world. It ut tho enormous sum of sixteen million dol- midwinter tho post trudor cuts whisky with fluids and spirits. The bottles nro woll put together with eightiH.-nnnails. Ho sist . a There is moro solid and subways ho does not expect to use it for noma pruetlcally unbreakable, having u minimum lars. "Woonnow.NiE, Sullivan County, N. Y., stantial climate in ono New Mexican day time, but thinks it woll enough to huvo It of weight, uud require no puckiug material tins un immense apple tree. It is fifty feet than can bo found olsowhero in a year, und in transit. ready when wanted. Makino buttons of blood is ono of tho high, fourteen feet and u half iu diameter for an cnergotio officer to find ids pack-mulMr. 'Watson Is 711 years old, was n Mexiund bacon fried together at tho end can noldior, and his claim was allowed u queer Industries of this country for tho and has been bearing fruit for over half u utilization of waste material. There is a century. of a march Is disheartening." Hhort tlmo ugo. Ho wus also a faithful solAt Hath, Me., the largest tugboat in tho Tub following amusing- account of a dier In thu luto war. His wife is uuito a largo factory nenr Chicago, in which over young woman, and Deems to care us little ono hundred hands uro employed, using tea world was recently launched. Its length groom's trepidation is given in tho Roches-Jltrafor tho presence of tho eofMn as does he! thousand gallons of blood dally. None but Is 10) feet and It bus an ciigiuu of 1,'J00 horso When that portion of tho coremony tonner. husband. He has lived on lib present farm fresh blood is used. Home of it is light in jKiwor, und is a waa reached where tho bride uud groom color uud some dark, according to tho KoiiKMosT among mushroom for sizo is join hands, ho happeued to have u cigar years. for forty-fou- r chemical treatment given It. Theso thin ono found in a jxiUtto patch at Rock Falls, in his right hand. What to' do with tho ciQuito u .Surprint). BheoU of dried blood aro then broken up, la. It was Inches in clrcumfer-onc- o gar ho apparently did not know". Tho jusA citizen of Munich, who wus short of nnd aro ready to Imi worked into various und weighed sixteen pounds. tice paused u minuto und then aguln difunds, hud recourse to tho following origiHhupesund sizes. Largo quantities of tho The lurgest cheeso ever mado In this rected tho pair to join hands, lly this tlmo nal scheme for raising tho wind: Ho or- blood sheets aro used by cloth manu- country wus the ono presented to Oenoral tho poor fellow's emb.irrussmont was paindered a con fectlonor to mnko n plo for his facturers for "setting'' tho color In calico Jackson in 18.10, at tho closoof his Presidenful. Ho guve ono ugonlzed look at tho Jus wife's birthday, containing us a surpriso a goods. Not only uro buttons tnado from tial career, by Colonel Meechum, an agri- tice oi peace una stucic tho cigar iu hi pieces. Th lining of new twenty-pfenninblood In this way, but tons of culturist of Now York State Tho cheeso mouth. Ueforo tho ceremony could bo conman was now relieved, but thu confectioner breast-pinbelt clasps, combs und trinkets was four feet in diameter, two feet thick cluded tho justice had to take tho olgur still waiting for his money. li are madu annually there from blood. from between tho man's lipsi and weighed four toon hundred pounds. il THE INDUSTRIAL WQRLD. twkivk-ivi- i vein of foul ha. been SLIPS OF SCIENCE. SINGULAR SCRAPS. DOMESTIC DETAILS. A mix Rss culled tho Azaline proccs. hj Tut. pioneer drum corps of thU country Wiiitixo und common sojp well mixed which oil uititln.M are photographed with uiuket a cement ulmost equal to solder for exists Iu Sardinia, N V It l.s comiwsed of tho color retained, a Into SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES Br lrtiieottx'i'!umnJ'unplrf juitt, I wlilua for the C. JOHNSON, THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, Is now t,r.Pred with a ! stock and an additional work in iu to do any kind of work lo his lins promptly and In the best uunner (lire Mm, a trial, bnop on Lancaster str-- t (177) -- H. a MONDAY. DEC. 5th. 1887, l)y, ip-,s- to public sale More tbe la nunftrl, Kjr , for cmh to (isi.il, tt,e In lciui prqxt'tir, iirm much thereof jh will pjr .ill lines and cnei. Any oneUnirln? to the ilajr ol sale can dij so tij paring ll aJill UntlviH lb-c- on of HJrprtitlo, aait as you '! .i juur luiuta wilt be withdrawn troui tbu County Couf t 18SS.- pf list. lKarcrs lagazine ! firAKFOKD, PaWIMCT, v3 HO. Mltcuell, hd. l&js, and 'il, 1 WHITE. 52 acres, 110.3 j IlliiHlrated I Harper's Masaxlne Is an organ ol projreulTa thought and tuoTetnent In etery department of UK Bealdei other attractions It will ouulo, during the cowing year I ..ponant artlc'ee, superbly lllustrat"!, on theOrat West; articles on American aid foreign Industry; biitlfully illustrated papers on Kiutlaml :orway. tjwltierland, Atgtera, and the esl Indie.; new norels by Wllilam Black and W D llowells; norelleties, each complete la a single number by James. Lalcadlo Uearn. and iiruelle Hires, short stories by Mlai Woolaon and other popular writers; and Illustrated pepr of special artistic and lit- - arytntermt. The Eni'o-rl- al Uepartmeoiaareconduc el by Owrge William Curtis, William Uoan itowel a aud Chanea Dudley Warner. Ili-nr- iltt r-- -c- sl 1 1 I I lit. CKS, M). I. Bailey, Thomas, IUiiim ft 23; llurdelt, JiMhaud Tniuas, 4 atrea, Baughman. Elijah, town lot. SI 10; (tlrens, Anthony, lot, (Huns, Top, town Jot, It Lackey, Tliouia', I acre. II. SO, Mon'gouery, Alex, town lot I1.1S; Kub.iiHiii, iienry, town lot, 81 V), Tucker, tSeorije, 10 acree, li.OI; II ualon, Peter, 3 acres, 81; Hill, Wyatt, 1 acre, 11.40; JJM; ion ij i.; I 1 I'KKCIXCT NO. 2 WIIITK. it Notdyke, Millard, IStO and '87, town lot, II; rakCISIT l. 3 WHITK. Andrews, Susan, 'ST and '87, SI acres, 11.30; IManey, Jemima's heirs, 2!o acres, 11.95; lManey.Joslah.'8'Sarid '87, M acres, 3d cents; Korney, Lewis, W acres, 91.80; Korraty, Heury, 16 acre.; Jl 7); belanpy, Catherine. '(', anil '87, 100 acres, 12; Urlthn, Uarlii, '85, 'iC and '87, 110 acres, 13.80; Hazard, Allen, 'SJ, 'ir, and 's?, r, acrea, Si Su; Oas, Jeuiluia, '8J, '84 and 87, l.W acwi, I7.3J John, sr., loo acres, 31. i J; rimltn, KllratxUh.'j) acrea, 85 itnis; duilth, Joseph L , 100 acres, $J.SJ, Wearer, W U..VI. '8J. '6') and '87. Ola'rea. ffl.?u- Watson, Kelli If.. 21 acres, Il.fi); W oods, Mary, '35, '8G and '87, 5u acres, 12.45; PRKCIMT MO. . Apple. W. B , '80 and '87, 74 acres, IVJJj Al.fr, J. VI., U acres, II. IS; Merlda, 35 acres, 11.7 ; (Jouch, W.M., Vacua, 11.20; Horton, (leorife W , ,57 acre, J2.70; llortuu, James S , dr., 5u acres, 11.75; Ham, Helda, '8,5, V and '57, 0 acres, 111; Lalune, I), II., J5 acres, .15 tents; HAHPEH'S PBHIODICAL8. PKR YKAB, Uarper'g Harper's Harper'a Harper's Magazine Weekly ft , 4 oj 00 Bsiar In Young People .. Postage free to all aubsenben states, Canada or Mexico 4 on . 2 00 thi United d Int-am- ly order. The roluiuea of the Magazine begin w-tne Numtwrs tor June and D.eember cf each yar. When no Hue la sped (ltd, subscriptions will begin with the nuutbar current at the time of rrcelpiof pimt-pal- d i y jior-tion- v. tlour-mukor- Bound Toluines of Harper's Magazine, for three yeareback In neat cloth binding will oe sent hy mall on receipt of St perTolume. Cloth Cases, for funding oUcenta eash, by mall postpaid. Index to Harr-r- 's Magazine, alphabetical aud clailttl, fir Tolumes I to 70 lncluslra from June, 1850 to June, IW, .tie Toluuie, Sto. cloth, SI. iteuiltianc a should be raade'by money order or draft, toarold chance oIIom. Newspapers are not 10 copy this adrerllsemuit without the expree. order 01 Harper A Brothers. Addre.s llAHPEH A BROI'HEIH, New York. aoa-lytlcpost-ott- lc d Xenjmrt Npws ic MIosUsIpiiI Valley Co. fifty-poun- K Mitchell, John, 131 acres, Jl u5; Marsh, Ahx, 107 acres, 31.15; Martlu, Win C, 61 acree, 13; CHESAPEAKE & OHIO! Pnllmiiii Cai--H e , ' expo-nenci- uock-uehe- s ..(,) ts It ynolds, W. K., '81, '85, '80, '87, 100 acres. $8.70, sltrfleton, Font T., '.l acres, 12.05; Slutfieton, Jejcr's heirs, '84 and '87, 10 acres, 95c; PRECINCT NO. 5. tiatton, O. W , '81, '84. 's and '87, 62 acres. J3.85; lillpln.d. W., 25 acres. l.7i; Hudson, W. B.,200 acres, JI6.75; luyard, Kranklln.'84, '8 '84, '37,55 acree, 17.35. Johnson, Jas A '85, '84 and '37, 13 acres.,17.10; Marlon, Ed, 4 acres, 11.20; Peyton. Taylor, 2 acres, H.95; itnaaeil, Ueurr.fil acres, II. C ; dbelltarker, .1, 220 acros, 80 cents; Talbott, Mrs. Mason, C) acres, 16.75; Terhune, W. B., town lot, 12.45; Terbune, J. P., town lot, 11.80; Wilcher, Joseph, 4 acres, 12.20; WrUbt, (eo., '81, '35. '36 and '37, 2 acres, $1.25; Wrlijbt, busan, '86 and '37, town lot, i.60; C3LOKUD. Padgett, Mary C, 37 acres, 8.5 cents; I'olly, John B., '81, 's.5, $,; and '17, II acres, 13.95; To WaBhington, Riohmond Old Point Comfort To Louisvillo Connections EAST and Nolld Traluu atd "WEST and t 13, '87. Cincinnati. st direct for all points In the tSouth-We- West,North-Wes- in st run nov. T Dally. pm No. 4 I r'No Bx. 8un. Daily i" up-pl- o ly Bruce, Alex. 2 town loU, 13.70. Caldwell, Kph, 6acrea, 11.5; dwper, Samuel, 4 acrea, 11.33; Gunn, William, town lot, $1.50; lilTens, Allen,.! acres, (1.20; P.ISe, Henry, 1 town lota, 12.35; Toombs, 8llas, 1 acre, II 85; raKClNCT NO 6 WIIITK. Wagoner, Thomas, acres, 11,9-- ; COLOaKD. Lt LoulsTllle Arr LxIngton.M " White 8ulphr Springs 11 CbarIottaTlIle(T M J unci) '700pji!650am 10 S3 8 10 " Ktcbmond Newport News. " Did Point Comfort "Norfolk " Washington Baltimore " Philadelphia 11 11 9 10 .. II II 9 " . II . New York SOOam. SOOaru 6 20 a ml m 11 iO a m 00pm HSO pm M a m 6 35 pra 00 a ml 7 00 pra 4J am! 7 40 pm 40 p m 8 23 p 23 ptuill 25 pm p It SO 510 to. 1m n 820tu liitro-ocllulo- h Bright, Jobo, 3 acre, I2.S5; Goods, Lary, 31 acree, 13.15; Lawls, Garland, 2 acres, 95 rents; prkcikct no. 7. Hialt, Ben Ab.'SSand '37, 40acres, Loage, Christine, 50 acre, 13.25; acree, $1.3.5; , Peters, Carinklnl, 60 acres, H.55; IUd, J. I)., Vt acre., 35 cenu; Senegger, Arnold, 31 acres, tl.SO, 11.33 Lexington Dlrlslon Trains run by Centr) lira. Main Line Tralnaeast ot Huntington run by Eastern time, wh'ch Is one hour faater than Central time ADDITIONAL TRAIN-T- o. 11, dallay as. cept Sunday, leare Olive Hill 4 41 a m; ML Starling 7 00 a m ; arrive Lexington SUsdi; arrive at Cincinnati vl t Winchester 11 S5 a m. No 12 dally except Hunday, leave Cincinnati 2 00 p in; Lexington arrive Mt. Sterling 7 00 a m; Charleston 3 SO p m; arrive Ash'and 5 40 p tn; Columbus 11 17 P m No. 0. dally, leave Ashlasd 7 10 a m; arrlvwat Charleston II Htm; Cllrton Font 7 SO o in Pullman 8liplng Carson all through tralna. Old Dominion Steamehlpa leave Norfolk od Mob-daTuesday, Wedoeaduy. Thursday and Saturday at 0:S0P M for New York For Tickets, Ratea. Information, etc., apply at Ticket office or address 713 lUll-rotu- Prirltt, pm; Olive IIIII 9 20 pm No. S, dally, leave Clifton Fore at 9in; Robert, 7 1 COLORED. 1 ti Isaac, 2 actea, $2; Galea, Francis, 64 acres, $1.15; McMulllns, Lojan, '36 and '87, 2 acre, $2 50; McMulllns, James, 2 acres, $1.55; McMulllns. Wlleoa.Sacree, $1.30. Gllon, W. ?. WICKIIAIf, II. W Oen'l Paaa'r Agt. T. KENTUCKY EVLAM), 1. Hherlff Lincoln County fi, CENTRAL ry "illnoUrHMR Konle." I - Shortest and Qniokest Boute from Oettral KentuoKy to all Points North, East. West and Southwest. Kaat Line Between LEXINGTON CINCINNATI two-third- it e. company, or H F. B. MORSE, D. A.FEELEY, Gen.Paaa. Agent, Trar. Pass. Agent, CoTington. K.r. Lexington, K.J H. E. UUNTINOTON' lUslrer, (ieneral Ufficoa, CoTlngton,Ky. Through tickets and baggage checked to any destination reached by a. railroad. For full particulars, call on any agent of th BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, bo-ca- ounss Scratches, Sprains, Contracted v BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED. Strain e eon-Htru- ct g Stitches, Thi itlngnzino portrnys Aincri-en- n Bnrnii StiffJoints, thoupht nml Ill'o front ocean, to Ecalds, Stings, Backache, ortnn, is filled with pure Galls, Bites, litcraturo, nnd enn bo Mtfely Braises, Sores, in any fitinily circle. B unions, Spavin PRICE 25c. OR $3 A YEAR BY MAIL. Corns, Cracks. Sam pit Copy f current numbtr malltd upon THIS GOOD OLD IiIrIi-cIiins wcl-roracd Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Hascle, Bcrew Worms, Swinney, Saddle OalM. Files. STAND-B- Y Addmti nipt of 25 eft.; baek numbtrs, 15 eti. frrmiwaa I.tat with either. B. T. BUSH St SON, Publishers, 130 & 132 Pcnrl St., X. Y. accomplishes for everybody exactly what la claimed for It. One of tbe reasons for the great popularity o tho Mustang Liniment fa found In lta unlTeraal applicability. Everybody needs auch n medicines sho-mad- e hard-boile- The l.aimbermnnneedslt lncasoof accldenr, Tbe Housewife noedi It for generalfamlljr tuo. Th e Cannier needs It for his teams and his men. Tbe .Mechanic need It always on hU work 1 out bench. buzz-saw- and bis stock yard. The 91 ner need Uln case or emergency. i Tbe PUneerneedalt-vau'tgetalongwithThe Farmer need It In bl house, hi stable. need la hU beat ARBUCKLES' namo on a pnokngoof. COFFEE is guarauteo of oxcollonoo-n. d ARIOSA CfOFFEE is kept In all stores from tho Atlantic to the Paolfio. flrst-cToss fifty-seve- n CaFFEE isnovorgood whonoxposod to tho air. Always buy thLsbrandinhermotioally eealtxi ONE POUND PACKAGES.. -It will av btni need Th thoitiamU of dollar and a world of trouble. Tbe Rullrortd mrtn need It and will need II tn lon a htx life Is a round of accident and dangers. Titer Batekwoodamrtn needs It. There la It an an antidote for the dangor to life, limb and comfort which aurround tbe pioneer. The Merchant need It about bl store amon? his employee. Accldcnta will happen, and when thee com the Mustang Liniment I wanted atone. KeepaUottlolnthellouae. Tl the beatoT oek-rwrer need TU Horae-fnnclfriend aud infest reliance. er Tbe Slenmboatt mrtn or the Ilontman Itfu libera supply afloat and aabore. It--It It- noth-Inert- fk economy. g car-ring- s, uae In casa of accident saves pain and lo of wages, Ket ft Bottle Alwayelo Ihe Hlablo for wee when vranveaf. Keep n nottle In Ihe Fnctory. Italmmedlara a-t TecTi -- jF3sggric!-jJiiia.,.i W-ui- !. itcstS5rit n js.tjj -- "mi. i'a Jtv aauianv.tiii'.j j. ' a' '' lJ.itr ;i " i " ur l- - "i'wju'4i."jj)1 j.uc"ijir ntf ,1 4 Semi-ftSII t cr Lotta has varied th monotooy of the kin Sfnttrior Sfnnrrai umal actre advertis.itivnt bv munlcR in- December 2. 18h7 Stanford, Ky. W. P. WALTON. I The Cincinnati Enquucr ave 't,ftl & ma heft explanation 11 irU t r the juritj atniit prombition id Atlanta i that hail luiiml uut ht experieure toe ciiiz-that pruiiitiiiofi did oot prohibit. It neTer does erzil town in the Tture I no Uailrd titnie where the iotelliueat mn can oot iet tin UrinR il he noea aboat it in the riht wy. Bui, eiogular to atate, the place) where he find- - ihe most difficulty aod where be baa to exhibit the greatest of Keni in the loo I option town tucky." Our main objection to the law la ite failure til tie.'ution and the premium itaeemsto pat on tyinc and eensral de oeit. BxNATon Bick presided over a caucus of deni criic tknuiurs at Washington thia eex, when Ihe caof Senator elect Tur pie, of Indian, wan cotiaiiitrrd. It was entitled to naniooutly agreed that he bit real and that no objection ought to be nued against hia taking il. Tne fame body alio declared that Fulknr, who wa elected Senator by ihe Weal Virginia legislature, was the properly chosen officer and that Lucas, appointed by the goernor, ba no claim to Ihe reat. He will b rtquetd to withdraw. lirt u cun-nini- t, i i I it i Ouk good friend, John 6. B -- ley, of the Wmcheoter Sun ii kind enough io remark: Brother W. P. Walion, editor and prip or of tn Intkriok JoOR.val, the bm: eemi weekly in America, ha been mtde Mgnal aervicn c 'tniniioner a! S anfurd. Lincoln county may now depen I on ha ing the right kind of weather at the right lime. Not eternal emahine by any mean, bat an occasional visit of tbe elec.ncal storm to clear aod purifv Ihe moral and polilictl atmosphere. ie-t- One of tbe duties that ehould devolve on tbe Legifla lire if tbe redifiric ion of . i i tbe State. Tee present arriDtement la not only advantageous to the republican, bat place tome of the district in almost as bid D atrict of shape aa the famous Sioe-siriMifaissippi. A len.yetr-olbar witn a map and a statement of the vote cn'd make a m icb better snap set of districts and arrange them so that four republican would not represent tbe 6 ate in tbe National House. ng 1 The LouUville lima cltims to , be tee 1 a training school for the Courier Journal Several of il best men have been gobve-- i op by the big oncrn and still it crie- - for more. Mr. W. M Hull is tne latest ac quitilion and he will do the ''la an1 Abiut Kentucky" column. He i a very bright and excellent young man and having bd experience in that line before, it 1 nai risk ing anything to say that he will keep (t up at least to the high ttodard of hi -- pred-esceM- ors. I ' t i 1 Gov. Bucknek has fixed tbetimofor the execution of William Pdturson. cinvicied of the murder nf Jennie Bjwman, for Fri day, Jtnutry 27, 18S8. He say no petition for a commutation of eeatence or for a pardon hn reached him and mat be doe sot know what he will do in the premisi until he thorougnly examine) the na'ure of tbe new evidence. We are glad that the old governor stick to the time dieaonortd Friday M the day for hangings of Louisville ha de'tdd in tbe nae of a laborer on tne L. & N , garnisbeed for 540 due for fur wage are exempt niehed hi family, from garnishee eyeti for fojd, raiment and house rent to the amount of SO Hjue i Judge To.sey, tht " i judge ouht to dee'drt and have tne Cjilrt of Appeal atBm tbe decision exempting everything from levy fnrdebwof any kind, and then credtcor would kniw what to ie pend on. The colored minifier M to Lbirm, Ciarlei f i Taylor, hai tendered hi rdiignat'na and Bays he is heartily sick of tbe ciuntry. I. to iaka nil thi neDsd to hi h' greit gro population of thi ouo'ry to L brii, bat since he ha been tliere and )cn what a miserable place it h, he advie4 his peo pie to slay whre they are, f ir they e bt in aiy other pir: of the fer off here th-world. A man in South Carolina confed that he hsd murdered each of the three wives that be had bad nml then slashed a rrzor acrnss hi throat and bled todeitb. If the rtzir net had preceded the triple murder, the eicide might have stood a better show It will 'akpmany a in the next world. thousand years burning to leetore him to tbe first fsiatp. Jacob Siiaup the millionaire who brib el the New York aldermen to confer on him unheard of privilege to construct street cur line, has had hi sentence 'o Sine Sing revergd and a new trial granted A cm him. It is the etme everywhere el can go through the eye of a needle much easier than cin a rich man he mide to eaf fer the penalty of his crimes, a-- The Court of Appeals take its own eweet time to decide the constitutionality of the Lincoln county prohibition lw Judge Morrow ia waiting to decide a by its deciaion and perhaps it is waiting to decide the one before it when a decision of tbe Supreme Court of th Uaited Btttse I rendered in a eimiUr cte Tnia n about the way it goes. The Kentucky Legislature co will meet on. the 30th or thH month. Who can fell when it will adjourn? The Prophet Elijah would haye been (tumped had euch a question been put to Lim. Henry O'ermo s tx mayor of St. iuhhlle. Bine cuuMjr president if ihe defunct Fifth Loula, and M. C Thtirman is partner with W. M. dead of Crotrher in the purchase ol the Lancaster lo the street at Boston and selling a lame National Bnk, ol tuit city, i JlEUt'IIANT TAII.OIC. ignorant of the nut-th- livery (table horee attached to a roupe and demanding bearidiee. He and will run it. It is to be re-danger-bl- e the animal be taken bacK m the Ma- - penalon of ihe built havioc been 'id led and furnished wnh new veniclt It wa done and the drummer who ounly ill when thai event occurred. and the best of stuck. have rfatlved and allll tearelvini Senator Dtniels ava Virginia, in bi was in the vehicle and biurving to ihe Luis Mr. John T. Gibson and Mir train, mitred ihe c naeclion He fought a opinitn, ia aa t We for the democratic uandi- obtained marriage licen-- e in Ibe laivier and the refill! waa m dimageanil for dale 'or President tu 1SS8 h any Slate in 2Sth and Mr. WillisNiylor and Miss Mary CowprUlox tbe beet In ibe matlet, which will t detention aain! the nctre-- n for $50,000, the Union. "Mahtme if a hard fighter," Turner and Mr. E. Brg and Miss Betlie which will eerve to advertise ber for eouie mv ihe Senator, "but, no thai we bate Campbell on the29.h inst. Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Ivono in CltyiSor Country him down, it is the intention of the rVmo- Mne to came Misses Stllle and Jessie Ciok, of Hu Ulve h Trlnl. " .crata of the Slate to keep him down " v, l.Jii'H, lonville, are visiting Miss , i Johann Most as convicted at ew 1 n r.n.irrta nf lh lile.aavlni? ferVICe Mr. W.J. B ihon O- hs returned from a vis , . tedittnu' language in bl ' . Yurk f . pre-een- . try . I.. fioce tne introduction oi ine It to Decatur, III. Mr Lee Ctldwell, after fi. speech inepini.Duir.ni is we J: oU, 0f 34 feSJ lives a visit of several eia n lg71 how weekt lo the louefolks, anarchist w s , the penitfn tary, b it the 7.. will leave l0leriled. and on Monday for Firt Assinboine, wn-- u given n u" hj I .'30.992 of propsriy avd out of $65,549,-77- 9 i iimj iu Montana, where he has been liviug for sevenlenc si'iuld not be pi"f(i U(Kn him involved Toe number of lives losi in The proof that he used tbe language chsrg elude 183 not properly chargeable to tbe eral yers past, Mr. Bradford, a carriage trimmer, who ed to him wis rather vaue, but the jury service . has working for F. C. McUiijnis is teer lad -- oi-of and convicted knew the little JbnProfi,a laborer c.f Knoxville, as almost hopel ly ill with piiriimnnla. If ne goes to went homeTaesday night to find hit wife him on generil principles tbe Inland tbi will be his second term in lying in the armt of Alfred McKeehan, a Hn ha hern living here some months with bis wife in Lsiimrr property on Main tt. two yeu. contractor, and seizing an ax he stepped up He has a daughter in Hprinifi-l- d, Oilo, tbe destroyer of bis home and laid The Louisville papers ate having a and a eon in Kansas, Mr. McGinnls, ill open bis skull, afterwards finishing the monkey and parro time over tne mayoral with the same dirase, is thought to bs belwork by cutting bis victim's bead nearly ty election and are frtting a very bad exter this mornint. ample for their country confint. AH kind-o- f off with a razor. who had ben A little Btn Culey and Cnarles a Logan, of epilbets are slong at escb other and an taught by his mother the familiar child's ou'sider wou'd suppose Ihe newpper of Oxford Junction, Iowa, wsra rival suitors prsyrr beginning, ' Here I Uy me down lo fices are managed bv thieves aod thug. forths haod of Mitt E zbe h Watlerson, sleep," Ac,, i a few nights ago prprinv well-i- o do B ys. you shouldn't 1st vour angry passions toe 17 year old daughter of a for brd, when he suddenly broke out wlib: rise, bat if yoa will 6ht. go out behind the farmer. Sne agreed to mrry the one who Wok. docs Ml. house and do it whs t- - norcviv ran see you came out victor in a fight, but when Cut Toecst's Is lbs well, ley won the was so mad that sne put a ball Who put btr IdT Tbe examining trial of Toomas M. throngh her own heart. I litis Johnny dreeo. Qreen for killing Lew Btldwin is progress-inWho pulled her oul Brown, Wood St Kingman, dry goods UtlleJohnoT Bioul, A number of tlowly at Lexington commission merchant of New York, Bo "Mamma, let me say that for my prayer prominent atorneys are oo each side aod ton, Philadelphia and Chicago, have gone ?" the case promises to be long drawn out. coder. Tne firm was one of the leadiog ' The Crowning of the Q if en of Fame," impression prevails that Green's plea The bontes in Ihe United Stats', doing a busi- an enter' 'nmeal gotten up and presented is not so strongly backed bv of ness of $12,000000 to $14 000 000 a year, TuesOHT i grit for of the Bsptlst the tbe leslimonv a it was first thnugbt. controlling moy Urge mills, and supposed cOurch, t tbe ladies of ihst church and It i welt to note lor wsrning and ad- to have abundant capital for tSeir immente their Irtends, was a uol en) yable one and monition that forgery i a crime for which trade. densely crowr'e I house. Twenty The latest news from Mr. B ame i d'e the criminal is ex'rditble, thtt neither 16 little Ktrls look p rt in fire Isdie-an- d he will arrive in Sin Francisco from Ctnuia nor any ol tbe European cojn ne that as Th argument w mestiog o' the lb before the Japan five Suicid- -, however, suffices. in a refuge Republican National Convention of 18S6. follow: Cnarctrs famed in the world's A German at Pniladelpnia drank 18 which will renominate htm. He will men hitlnry in ris, literature, governmen ; eel coctlaili in 4b minutes and then lay down make a triumphal tonr across tbe conti brs'eil for psiriotitm, COsritv, deenlloo In si flring, Ac. summoned by the aod died. He deserved to die for wasting neot, which will be "the greatest ovation the y, all that good wni.ky when so many of u ever accorded an American statesman, not Goddes of Fm, eacn p'eaHed what he had scOffli)lshl entitling ber to be are longing for jutione p.oor little drink, excepting that of Geo. Grant in 1879 ' Big Sione Gap, Ihe. meeting polnl on crowned Q teen of Fame. The cnaracter Mr Robertson, of Jersey Heights, fell oo ih dividing line between Virginia and presented ihemelve in the following ordoo stair and drove a hair pin into ber Kentucky, where the Louisville Nish-Titlder: Goddess, Miss Mstlie McAlistei; Ia-b-Ihead; lock jtw ensued and death (OKNKK- 1st Q teen of pnin. Mies Bililc Craig; the Norfolk A Western and sever" Lei tbe W C T U. resolute upon tbe hair other railroads will concentrate next spring, Ruth, Ml Bertie Newlii ; later of charily, pin next. Tbe L. k N. will have taken Mis Allie Done; X.nlipp-- , Miss Nannie is booming, NEWSY H01ES. an option on tome 60 acre of land where McDowell; Mry ( leen of Scultr, Mitt and the N. Dfira BaughmkD; Miss il Hamilton, J. D Yarringiou dm been elected 2d tie town is lo be fur $32,000, AW.hasalso.it is taid, bought heavily. Ama VanMeier; Martha Wsshing'on, Miss vice president of the C A O. Tbe latter road now hs 4 500 hand at Jean Snrlb ; R sa Bonhear, Miss r A woman aod two men were killed in work on their exienaion from Bristol lo Welsr; Adeline Plti, Miss Crai.; a blood? encounter in the Indian Territory. Sappho, Mis Bertie R gm; Mrs. Parting- -- Toe S robridge Lithographing eetab Big Stone Gap. loo, Ml Leila McKrs; Q leen El zabelh, UT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE C0UV7T. lishment at Cincinnati burned; loss $200,' Miss Jennie Baiter; Cieopair; Ms Lucy 000 Robert Dea on, ol ftkeg Creek, aged Donevhy; Owsley's Hotel, Sandtdce's store and Grce Dsrlin, Miss Gabriel E -- Kin's livery stable were burned at Burti-vill- 80, WMtricteo with paralysis. Thursday, Watle; Madame Recamier, Mis Hattie and is in a critical condition. Mrr; I'octron as. Mis Mar Worthing Banker Harper ia on trial before the U. Our hotel man here, who adveribx-Nannie ritod-gel- l; ton; Annie Louise Ciry, M S Court at Cincinnati for wrecking the with you, rtqueits u to say that 37 tren- Jrpthla' daugnter, Msa Marv L Stan Fidelity Bank. ient guests registered at hi house during wcod; Tabuha Pnmrrs, Miss Mar' An The Weetern Union Telegrapn Com the past two weeks. dersoi; Hvpatia, Miss Mry Cheek; Joan of William Livisay, tbe accommodating piny has announced a redaction in the rateg Arc. Mlt Emily Kinraid; Mother Goose, to take effect December 1. polmaler at Wabd,thia county, was mar Mis Carrie II ighe; Hurtcl Hosmer. Miss living near ried Monday to Miss Josie Dirrow, at the Poor little Ida Wiceutki, Mary Ftshe; Christine Ntlssun, Mr. E. B Biwling Green, attempted suicide because residence of Peter Shutts. TiU; Bridget O Fianigan, Mr. A. S The friends and neighbor of James bet lover proposed to go to Texas and leave )i -- rison, Jr All did their parts in a ber behind. Prewitt, who had his cow snot and killed, ...less manner and the tabeaux at i's -- Buenos Avresha a bink with a paid-u- p are circuUting a subscription paper to get l. sight Tne a capital of $50,000,000, deposits of $35, mooey to buy another cow for him. This conclusion was indeed lo'elv ladies who had charge of the tnanagem-n- l 000 000 and a line of discount amouoting i a it should be. were Mrs. J. R. Brlgg', Mrs. M. B. Allen, to $60,000 000. Revival are yet running in tbi conn and Mis- - I) ira Harris and L zz e Siodg Among the latent and most originil ty and don't seem to abve to an extent. advertising scheme reported was a mar- If the good work continue', and there eeetu ell. Ofr $150 were relizd. LAND. STOCK AUO CROP of a to be but little indication of it, a I the old riage ceremony in tbe New York clothier. Mrs Msry Smith sold her farm eight einner and a number of the young ont Secretary Lamar's report shows that will be gtthered into the fold. miles frm Lexington at $112 per acre. 21,000,000 acre of land were taken from A New York s?ndicte has purchased Thoe friendly towards the freedom of corporations this the "dew-drdmbonet a large tract of laud in Florida snii will s wy" hve stepped 5 tar and restored to tbe people. and signed their name' to a dual plntit over 1 000 acres in tobacco durinir John Peters, known as tbe giant po- ment that sets Bob George hi liberty and the coming year. , liceman in museum circle, died at Chica- clem our jiil of prisoners. Robert wh Lanpaek Coor.T Vert few rattle go. He was but 21 yesre of ah'e, yet he imprisoned for denying hi connection with on the market and with the excepion of a wa- - 7 feei. 4 mciet in lugiit and weighed in furniehtng the "dew drop" to thirsty small bunch of heifer which sold at $12 (Cinoiontiti New Orloans and Toxai Paolllo Rnilway.) Several aed mules told proportion. nnn werei sold ranged George The President has appointed from $90 to $1 10 and plug horses The Baptists, met st Ihe court-hou- se mul Lino to New A rather small crowd Diniel postmaster at StndiHKy, O , in place here Moudtv night and eilccted an organi from $35 lo Cuba, West. of a republican, who ha been ho'ding on zition with 16 churier uieintitrs Rev. Jno and little business wan done three year longer than he saould have UirmicW ws nominated moderator aid Court. There were 500 Winch CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87. done A committee cattle on the unrKei; siles si. iw and prices ptMtor; P. D. Colyer clerk. M Gunt, a wealthy colored resident wss appointed to s')cnsub'cription4 to a a grade IOer lhan last coup; do exira iu:ai imivv.n. Ill :.i i'i'. TTtA'tN-Mi- ij near Xeaia, Ohio, ba deeded bis property. building fund nr. A old cattle $3S 55 jtdged to be tq lal lo uiuble church hoii'e JKA IHflMl I l( Nu, l. Nil 3. Nu. A. Uni will ba put up as soon an arrangements can at $30,000, to the Wilbc-rorcNo u. o7 $39 30; No. i. . No. nTATI(Nd. $55 per cwl ; 40 nend of Dally No. 'i venity, the leading colored college of tbe be perfected. tX) hed Hilly. Ki.duu Dally. IMIr. lMlly. 5.2 he.id snort 2 year olds $31.60; Dally. Dally. Stain' Orlando, a small station on tlis K. C enr feeder $12 10; elves $S io $12 50 per "S5am 4 01 p iu' U00 pin 7 M a id L'fe...Cinclnnail. .. A'rr 6 40pm t, . P hi to ai aw Dr. Cnarlea Bradley, a former promi 7 SO p lull I 'Up in IU IS am I li5 am ltliiston XlSpu pnil r. a 1,1 fllpra 3 IS p la road, in this county, had its ihiih! S inday head; good yearlings $23 to $25 -- Sin I iU v .'5 i in g U ...rJUIIllHlll iiij llliil ..) III 1U3JIIU V IUl in 6 10 a m ' I SO p ul nent Cnictgo physician, it in jiil at New o io ' in A Gi., sold lo G C .11 p ui Wake field, Morelanl lUKiiaie biuaiu. rwht celebration in the way o! pis'ol firing. J35IUlWS a ui 8 10 a ui . ....... .Itoyre York for stea'ing. He is a victim of the One hundred or more shots were wnsted C. Lyon 40 head o feuding ctttle, averag Ai'r l'hattanuila..L'Te 7 10 p in w7 a in s'txTp ia dreadful cocoaine habit and that caused his 3U p HI 'Jlftaiu COOpiuilve Challii.uui;a a'rf when it would haye been just an eaiy and lag 1,200, at $3.10. Farris A M Ireland "" A'rT .Atlanta . Ar'r dowofill. 00 ji lull I lOpinl.Tti 11 IS a in ..... HO a in lilrinlniihain their bjught of WiKelield, M Ireland A C). CO much more appropriate to have 1 HMnllHJfA Anhley H. Peck, of Wolf Creek, Tenn , ..... B w p in It IS a in 12 a in l to kit 1 3 nanta, and 102 head otttle at weapons in the mtnner of the lute lamentAkron. committed suicide Monday at Jacksonville, ;..;,"; vork P. T, ed Lin Kg to more advantigethan "watting averaging 1 350 pound, at $3.30 11 00 p tui I 00 a in Arv Merlitlnn ..l.'vw X!in. ... in'YA pill fell rlatd on Fla. Dr Peck, his l.'re Merlillan A'r. their aweetnesi (hullut') on the iieeit Gentry weighed 123 feeders that he 11'" .1 3 HO a m 0 .1 a in A 'it. New llrlitaiia.Iee 8 IK) a in "joo pill hearing tne news. inreeottiiH eon com been teeding aliouta month, which show a air." i.iuanruee .. Aierinian. .A re iooo p in mitted suicide. 8 M iu L've ".. .Joikton ..A'rv air p iu Tne credit of that cave special from gai i of over 1W pounds pr head. Tney 11 tOam'lve Vlclsii.urK in a boiler in the Fruen water-pipe- s ti0 in 4 io p in l.'ve Mnoroe iilOHJ a in ', here to tho Courier Journal belongs to Mr averaged 1,383 J pounds. -- Da iville Advo Kirby Home, Milwaukee, called an explo 8 15 ji ui Arr. MhrTrirt .., (j no a in Fox, the associate editor of the Snjnal. The cite Hon that demolished part of the building .Mann lloudolr HuUnt dlevpInK Oira on all tlirou jh traltit, cave is certainly there and it's a "whopper" and caused one death and injuries to a doi Tie Stanford Interior Juuiinal has e. JOHN C. (JAU1.T, (len'l Manager, II. COLLIIItAN, Oeo'l Frt. A Pan. Act. too. The blind fish aro there and Mr. Fox new Co'trell tapelesa delivery preiss, four ft. CAKKUI.I., (leii'l tfupt., en employes, some of which will prove fa. Wm Fourth Hlreel, rienera) Ofllrm, 81. Paul HuIMIml-Cincinnati, Otilo, says he'll be there an noon as lm cm find an tn-- job pretea and a perfect outfit, with tal. Ihe record of accident for the moolh experienced ctve guide, but will not risk the exception of a new ilresa, which it nf October shows the number at 117; emhi precious sell under gtound among such promise. ilelf about Jtnuary 1 The ployes killed 20; patengera killed 14; em- abysses and lakes with which this cavern is pn eperity of the I n nation Journal speak ploye injured 50; patenter injured 59; said to abound. well for the intelligence of tbe people R. N. Tuwery, who moved from thin auioug whom 11 circulates, and shows that pvenger train inyolved 38 Railroad O zittd. place to Nirtli Carolina four years since, they put n proper val.ia upon that sterling Navigation closed on the Mississippi returned with his family lant week. On paper, which ha no superior in Kentucky. river Monday at LiCroee, Wis., the ice the same night 14 pusengeM who had left Courier Journal Mo. arrivel having stopped running and formed a this comty lor St. Tne bodies of tlurtean badie, each gorge Tnis is the earliest clos'ng of the with their baggage at thin place. All agree known there. Thermometer on that this old mountain county is good about five month developed, were found in river ever enough for them. Willis Grillii has leas-e- l jars in a Jersey City dm.; store cellar. S.mday night 2G below. Semtor Ingalln, who, ai Prenidunt of Mayor Sawyer and ten of the twelve a half interest in tho old Ml. Vornon r J Hum!. E. l F.ah go to the Senile, recetvee an annual salary of members of the City Council of Lincoln, Milli to has appointed hn non, Ellsworth Neb, have been aert to jail by order of Bereaiu a few iliys to tko a pjiitiiu io a private eoretury to tha presiding of Judge Brewer, of the United States Court, dry goods store. Dr W. A. Hriwo and wife, His princiMonday. Mrs. E ticer at a salary of $2,102,10. they having refused to pay fines imposed ol Parkavllle. were here by the court for contempt, aggregating ! M. Denny, of Level Green, U visiting the pal duty is said to consul in hnviiu nomine to do. I family of Will D tyii, at thH place. $500. H. C. RUPLBY, 1 m W-d- b, New Goods for Fall and Winter, ne 1 u-- ba . ... m Ii. mXJIIJE"5r. nn BTJY OF' g e GMOCBMIBS 0 d-- ne-d- T. R. VALTON SOMEESET STS.. e, 1 -- JLVIN & e. IVI GBTTHE et.ow-windo- land-grabbi- ng op rd s. Queen and Crescent Route. (Juickcst South East, Texas, Orleans, South Shortest Florida, e 111 u-- el H 250-poi- -- i Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. $8,-00- 0, l, Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. WEARE1V, j- - Ti&frr'i-HtatcjMiwJiu,wiii- ni",'i At Lab tsen, Caaer county, Thouta Balrlock baa bra-- appointed pjattnaaier. n J. Stanford, Ky , HI. O. WALTON, UUBlDBBB Hand will rieootir December 2, lHb7 ".arret music at the Kink to iiIkIm. J, Campbell, a natural-bar- n tniiHician, who thf bo hi cultivated the gift, will nd 7 lie Gold Silrrr Yoo will aarewH-- t hv you owe the ti ii ol you pay before Dec -nv ptvng A th account Bcwah J McAliiler If cn.eea .. Si ! Ct, e of C n f mn-n- i irg li ,';'", re three year I . J. in mine it I A. pt,r . aif ai j:rj per old. Do-- BEAD THE FOLLOWING FEOM- - r vn- - M.F UnDnKxr, aa-l- st W. F. A7KIN8 aea' ii to xter.d hi warutt thank lu the Irtetid tnat eiyeti bl hoile from burning y.iertUv P "'i, wno t,, M." uiiHt rem) hi (till name if Thk Winter term ol Colin will cominrnce on Weidrirfday, De- -i lie wanta the editor tn rcn read hi t r : fllf'MNflnt Hml FrtilltV will If urn that anonymous, cember 14 o write Jjlgelorrow pease Bear m Mmd. -- at CMiiuitinicatinn are not used in reputable That our ul.tcrlptlon prlc x. i p.r yrar WJI.UAM C00I.EYiih- - biught a half! tf'J printing offi? ,, All er , extention for "bru palJitrletly In dTE(enl V.1, when tot , acre lot in w ,di M It uDdentood 11 we credit that U.W will t Nkvv Fihm purIt inert L Elttin h JlCu antl will build on It. Me moved over 'I. That we da not publish aninymoua commit demanded. and chased a half interest in the Unit; and book lo Fayette lo live, but i in found that old nltalloQ. B atote of K VV, L Hard, Lancaater, and sake Lincoln i the b l lce vrt. That e ilo n ,t reclre oatKP taint" fur . luUcrlptloD, eitept o make tbanne. I. AM. LOCAL TIME CARD. hi. frietid tocall and ere him. The firm a That our a4Trtlslix rait ALL who have not nettled their note or are 1.1 (nti - ex r.M name will be Lillard A Elkin. tlill trait. golD( Horn. .... account with me w,l pleare do o by Jan lloe each Insertion. o f I per Inch 'or the first I 9 Ml Boulri..... It So nr mon b, 1 tor two luontua and The lift of claim again! the county, I, 1888 a af.er that lime I will need the 4.11 , . II irnlD" rniutb... I ! l for three runnths N"M which are given elsewhere in thin edition, money and will p'ac them in officer' M 6. That riotU of draths are puhllred tree, but loral 'KrrJRhl North ..... t M A M foot up J9 58S18 againat f'JoOfllW (or hand for collection. W. H. Higvin. South ... ol.ltuarUt are chaff ril lor at tie rate of S renti per Tlif Ui trr tralua also carry prniit line . Thaajo,elJ calculated on lUndard Una, tJolar 188C and ab tit l 100 unre than in 1885, Thk place tf Anihonv Given. Suan It will be observed that the doc ore Ret a JO mlnut Ib It about luut Wright, Jihn MiicheM, Lewi Forney, Bucklet't Arnica Salre big slice of pie ai usual. Henry Forney, S m and Mm. M kTcTlocal time card. The best aal re In the wor'd for Cut. Bruises, Shot Finley, a little eon of Will City, on Taulbott will not beold lor laze by S'orea, Ulte's, Halt Rheurn, Fever Bore. Tttter. Train lea'seltowUnd at J.20 . M.aod returns it ol colnr knockel a gm down at hi home the heriff Monday, they having paid the Chapp4 Hands. Chilblains, Corns, and all fkln Eruption, and no'ltlvelv enrea Plies, or no pay re r. . Wednesday and it wa the load amount due upon them quired. It UgnirantM-- l tn (rive ratlafir- taking eflect in hi thigh and producing a Hon, or m'nsy refnndsd. Price, 21 cents per tox. LOCAL H0T1CE9. The ldi of the Cnrtiin church are For fale by A. It. Penny, BUnford, Ky. wound from which he died mornarranging for a concert at Walton' Ooer llUY your echooi boom and school eup ing. aged about 9 year old. Hum Houee, lor Ibe bentti of the cbnrcb, about pile Irani A. it Penny Wonderful Cures ! Auk your tirocr for ibe Cincinnati Dkatii Mr. Al ts. Jonw, formerly of Chriatma. Mr. J P Bailey i at the W. D. Hoyt A Oi.. Whnl'eand lUUIl king Co.'e cracker and oaa. Rnm. Oa., fay: We hav tieen selling Dr. tfi county, died at bi home in Wayne, bead of it. which in ore that it will be W atchui and Jewelry rehired on bor Tuedy, of well worth any admiion fee they may put Knt'$ New DHcorery, Electric Bitter and praiyi, age) 76 II wm a Arnica Salre lor four years, liars nersr notice and warranted br A. B. Penny. on it. bandied reiaeilt that all as well, or gtre such lateat clever, kind heart! man and wa poeeeaaed A ooatrurrr utock ol jewelry, nnlreraal satlitrc'lon. There hare )eo oioe married UARRIMOES. A. of many friet.d. He wa twic ttyle. Kockford watch a rcialty. woodsrfulcirpartlectetl he hee tu'dlclnes In wife, who wa the widow of Green the K. Penny. Invitation are out lor the marriage ol this city, (several rat ol proimutcrd coniurap-Ho- n Tits firm o( Penny A McAliotrr haing Dp Jone, till urytving him har W n entirely cured by use of a lew Mi- - Alice Julia Bronatoo. to Mr. William tliaaolTfd, the areounla ire ready for settle Dr. Klne's New Di)vry, Uksn In TilK little negro, George Bosne, wa ac- Djweil Oldnam, n'Tex, on Tnuredav, Come t once end Mttle. You may ruent. with E'tclrlc Bitter. We RUrutee theta robbery of Ibe December 13. h, 1887 Mis A ice is the always, sold by A. I! Penny, Stanford, Ky. quitted of complicity in ibe Htl COt, Hxloffice by Hil't Embrt. It took a dep-uiyouoge! daughter ol Collector T 8 Bron PERSONAL. marahat to come after him and three aton. Personal ' Kichmond Climax. Mr. N. I! Frobllcbit.ln. of Mobl e. Ala .wiliii' . Waiting wllnt-eei lo go down, all on the expene ol MUb itvr Davi Tne marrige of Mr Porter C. Kan tbe government, to investigate a lie con- Jidge and Ml tiuwade Beat'ey look most I take xiat pleasure In recommendlr.i; Dr. King' Mrs. W. T. Huiith New Dlsrorery for Con.umpllor, hatln? nsed It Point, cocted by the little raecal, wno wanted ol their friend by surprise. It occurred al for a Mi E C Facikntk i'leaa-n- t an1 Catarrh. It Mrere attack of Bron.-hltl-s and W M. Higgioe, Crah Orchard, aleo CJmpny in bi aiieerv. Mr. Will Murpn' Wednesday afternoon (are me Instant reMel and entirely cured me and and E der John Bell Uibon performed tbe I hare not been afflcled since. 1 also beg to stale give the rug pitt a solution at 'M) A LAMr exploded in Ml. Gregg' real that I bad tried other remedies with to good reud John DiHwiiuue .Mij MiNNtie drnce about G o'clock yeaierday morning ceremony. Beside the household, Ihere mit. Hare also nsed Eleurlc Bitters and Dr. Dinwiddle were down yesterday. John i and net lire to were present Mise Laura and Cora Ban KlnK'a New Life Pllla both o! which Icanreom-mend- . it, but the neighbor reepond didge. Will and Frn Bandidge, John B. now a bold drummer b y for a Cincinnati ed promptly and thought ibey put it out, Dr Klnii' New Dlscorery for Cocaumptlon, ey and hour. but it broke nut afreah up talr afterward Foster and wife, Mim Mamie Beat Cooghsand Co'da li sold on a poattlr guarantee. d oer Wed toj I) H, Carpenter. Hearty coogratulatipn -- Mh F. M. ANiU-Cand the building wa consumed. Mont of Trial bott'eat A 11 Penny's Drue More ornfoy iinii on lour ol iuociion ol the tbe furniture wa ved It i raid that followed tbe knot lying and iben Mr. and on road bed. He I making the entire line Mr. Bandidge drove at once lo bis home kW AlVrltTl3t.tt:TK. Mr. Gregg beld (800 insurance on near M lledgville. The bride is a pretty a hund'Car. iUng G. and attractive blonde, bright and enkaging John Sam Owbliy, Jr , I Homekket i to be congratulated. Tne in manner and sunny of temperament, and l Cooper in the Clerk', t llice. Mr. Cooper C. W. METCALF, JR., new h m of the Cincinnati Bouthen re to is t and family re rodlog eeteral day one of the moot deserving and capable of te built there, it said. The lle eelected girls. Bbe wore a uobliD ersen, tailor At lor cjr at I.htf hi id Ileal Eh Eluptoriwill iHfe AKCUt, -- Mtmnil.rTTiE and May Hklm went ! jul outh of the depot and about j of a made broadcloth suit, with Inrban and will mne irom tne centre ol the town My ine gloves to cjrrespind, during tbe ceremony, - KY. to CincmnaM Wednesday. Ml 11 enter tbe College ol Mime tnd MIm Ultie hop will give employment to about "J and looked very lovely indred. The groom Will prctlc In anr court In Eaitern Kentucky. men, with a monthly pay-ro- ll of $;i5,000, i a most excellent young man, moral, inExatnlnatlo sol land titles made a sptclalty. Any will in return a few day. rlietracubf tltat.er. coal. ilmlT and mineral and will add fully 2 500 population to the Mim Lilly Tiiiitok and Mi Mo'.lie dustrious and puhing and ha a fine farm landa fur rle. lufurmatlon furnlsbtd on any ) Millclttat lltooke, two ol Cr.b Orcbud' lneliet nd town. and residence for hi rnncle bride to pre- point and trre-rdnc- e young ladl, were the tuoet ccomplihed AcX'lDiNTB. Judj;e Thouae W Varoon side oyer. The Intekiok Journal lenKuei of Mr J F. (ioter thi week. lipied down while carrying a ecutile of der them its warmest congratulations and wish that their liver Mifcre Mahy amd Ecofkia Pmtok coal Tueeday and muhed the end cfl one unites in the hare cone to Uurtonrllle to remain a while of hi finger. Mr. George C. Kellei, Jr.. may be one of unalloyed I applne. btfjre goinc to ilcKlnney, Texaa, to life. got hi band caught in Ibe macblctry of RELinmi5. MIm Julia Peyton will remln here and our new pre and mtbed two of bi fin Hrown. make her home ilh her aunt, Mr. Father Bpaldiuii died in Marion, aged ger reverely. One wa airipped to the Mh II. K CAvrnr ibe Hutonil:e bone, but it wa dtewtd and will soon be 30. undertaker, na- - wraduated in the rchool of all right. EderC P. Williamson' meeting at embalming atd bi diploma i gien in tbe Broadway Cnristian Clinch, Lexington, The tr mperance lecturer, Lou J Beau has reulled so far in 15 or 20 addition, erricr tbi Imu. Thoewho want bi lor a tea.onable compen champ, wa greeted with a small audience can obtain them Brother Barnes telegraphed yesterday Wednesday night, but be proved himelf to hi faithful friend. Mi Rise Richards, ea'.ion. and at- that he would g to C dumbus, Mis , from .Miu MAntcVm(iiiT,ieprentirgthe o fine in orator and o humorou i Wednesday and louk tractive that a big hotlre wa aured laet Aberdeen. He had a glorious meeting al w litre Snnny South, he the by ike core. O ily a few of nigbt. Like all temperance lecturer in latter place thoe who took the paper really wnnted it, ha gone all the gait arid know how to Hicramenlal service al the Presbyteri .,A but they could not renl the appeal of a draw the picture ol drunkard' life in all an church Similar; preaching to night, toII ntdeou depravity. atcinating woman. morrow and Sunday al 7 I' M. and 11 A Dr. L it Yatw, of Hiawatha, Km Sad. A wtrk or two ago J. E. Brandon, m Rr J. K. Hniier, of Simerset, will DOS J that who represented I itnaelf a drummer , in reuiittiui: lor another r for assist the pastor below tern their a 11 tbe mercury KemerA: Hiley' paper, house, Cincinnati, GARRARD COUNT r DEPARTMENT. o m t HutidaT, biil.we areglad to know that came here and put up at the Mver House, 03 to prwper, notwiihetatiding lie had no sample, hut Lattuisttr, 5. heronlinur clalmel that he Hogs are worth J5 per hundred in thefrigity of hi climate. wa looking for them all the time, H M s Mil J F Wali.in, who be been Line er. 05 H C 3 CO a ts r? a uiauiH ruled to be to play pool and tie -- John II Woodcock is at home again )Ml and H fln coiinlle for fer w UD is a "' S in made a hill ech day at the two (able o and eld Brer. Ktbhit will catch it. m eral uiunth aurfeetttg land for tbe Cumm'1' J. 3 toil. Hi brother in Cincinnati finally ow r- V awE! o hre Tur learned of in whereabout and ctme for The friends ol W. T Btttdetl --.ill berland Valler Laud Co, w a: o day. He ua bad a pretty loiitfh time, hir lit tii Tuesday He etlled all hia bill and doubtless be glad to know that he if still in -- a ll li and holding forth nt tibelbyvillr. ha il'tNi- - hi w k ver aiiN lorily o SO tone him home and il be is rnrr hi case the Albert Schilling has rented the old r-Jl!lKr. VlNl'KNT IlollEINtl, preidenl ol it the mo! remarkable one ve ever knew. 2 10 m J0 w a the Ctimberlnmi Valley L"d Coinpny. stnndofD.lt Collier and will fit it witn He ctudies and Iriitis, in itddilion to tbe stock met Hitn tlu ditrcior htre lid wick Tin: edi'or of tht piper ha li'en report ihil be ban already pnrclmned eouie near sheol this week a be hope and be- henlr-.adcarries next tioor. and I5ll lieve he will ever !.'. Tne fume of the The new has cjm here that Randall UOOOOncre ol Nnd in Hmlau and icnniiniiinu lo add to tbe couipnyV snlpbiirouH regi'in have encimpaed him Marksbury, the venerahle father of H. A. poee'ion. about, but praise God the odor has been B. Markbury, of thi place, ia dead. The VILLE for Lo dispelled in Biyle Du. S C Hr.l.M IrflTne-dit- y ami Itichard is somewhat himself deceased lived near Perryville hi Angele. Cl , but iiudelirmine.J a to again, or word to that etlict. I tie new county. We all reyret to cee hiui pre wa the Tne Luicaster H del livery stable ws final Iccitton. caiie of it all. It revolved leaye and earnelh lrnt he will do vell in j hard that our three hure tiijine wn sold Ptieadtr in Mr. Crillcber, tif Bhelby One hi ne home. He I a thoroughly m tii taxed lo it ti'most lo work it and when county, fur Pots'un'will be givped pbyicin ami a cleyrr mid arcuni. several htinilrel piper had been printed en about J timary 11. 6 U.icle Billy NjhI lies very ill at his plitied gentleman, who will make fiieni'n the steam chet blew out and lie Htopped homo in tni city. He is the father of Hi-- s anywhere, short. Turn coon power had to take the I Noel, the evangelist, and H. T, Noel, Foil pure and unadulterated clavernt place of steam and four stout specimen (JHEApET-pipE- I He is and the K)eion ol a gwnler i'iantity ol were only able to run It at a nail's pace. the attorney, both of Ltucaster We managed lo get nfl all the ptper thai about 75 years of age the milk of human kmdne' than niot any-- Ou Drc. 7 Mr. W. B. Bjmlinot wi.l be body, c luituend in to Mr W. X. Poll, of go by the night mail and licit morning K. L. Yenkey. daughter of a machinist to wurk on the engine. In married to Mi the Stanford Flouring Mill. Jim put S. HAYS, ance lo u in getting our new machinery in repalting the damage he tnadn a wor-one the late Fred Ysakey, at the residence ol hardly boTerelitnled. W are by breaking a lull oil in solid iron and that the biide's mother. The ceremony will be order, can J. B. Mer had to he gotten out by tbe slow procrs of performed by the Ksv. E. E. Erwin. pa.ior Contains tho nowe of tho world indebted to Me-n- r, bIko church, up to dato of publication ; Roadhon and George A. DeBord, tho cleei hiring. This was final ly done and in of the Pint Lie In-tblackeujilh-- , for yery timely and excellent screwing the plate of the client hick it snap Two m ire weddings on the lapis. One of inff Matter Interesting and to he K'toom i a preminent horseman , Btructlvo to every homo ; contri-ao- d aid. ped in two and another had to be made mo Mr. farmer, the other man In the ltvenne i butious to MubIc, Sonff, Art, Mk. I W, Tkvih, ore of Lncdlu' John B Miirsh hi, who i the most Com-thoug- h prosperous farmers and a T"y wcellentt skillful and accommodating worker in iron aervce. Uithare old luchelors and hI Soioneo, Agriculture and leU yelerday to we know of, was tijual to the ocrnVion and evenly will make merco and mill Kental geiilleuian, make hia future home at Frt Wayne, Ind , after much labor he succeeded in mak! ig a Market Reports. .... ,o Reliable haying traded hi ICni land 'or a ll ur new plate. With bit a'itnce and that of B Johnann Mr. W N Pjtts, wno know Bryant & Stratum i'him: mill Ihere. Mr. Hiram much abmi! Louisville to attend the El Price, an employe will Iihto charge of hi farm here and we inschinery as the inin that make it, tnd is commercial college. IJPSCRIRFI SUBSCRIBE waa slightly injured by a fall will Hill enjoy an occasional yi'it from one of lhoe good Simariiarin a fittid in of the W B. Arnold ai.d in need the engine wn after a da' linker from a hnnzintal him. Hi prospect; are very II Make Your Homes Happy. hi new location and everybody wihi Into ing gotten lo run, but not in time to help ilHr, of NtchoUaville, attended the funerhefcrp our al of Humphrey Arnold at this place Sungreat sticce in working the edition ol!, n r day. L. C. Hopper has accep ed a posiweet and sunny temper had undergone Samplo Copies and Premium AFFAIRS. LOCAL Gentle; re idor, give tion with a bui in Wilmington, Del, Tie most severe strain List mailed free to any address. Meat cutter and butcher knives at this liltlo experience of our d 'ily lift to firm iiiKiinf iciure Isdie' aod misses' fine Agonts wanted everywhere. hoe. W. II. Crow and family, of Nich- convince you that however hnrd rn'ir triiil Hooker & Bright'. Address ultunitajl tlia Itrnwn Tl.ittrdAn.. .il.dDllla .... ....... id deal of hoiiiii hard a ,...,......, ........ lack t Tub Kink will be, open m night again, they of a gp others of your fellow wedding Wednesday. Col. D. K. Collier I0UISUIII6 those Botuo uior with Williams and WalerH as Ibe special I J has accepted a position to travel for Bells, tala. Louisville, Ky. attractions. "M. VV licit-Whe- viitun id cmt- -r r.l lhei.ai.p-- i pnuii dun. ' na i r ow tn Wttlee and my a' her the Ceev Circuit ' nn, h. hl p , .,np -i, h '"' i.iii rei, now eaid to be a ei.fl' r.r rtle ,., SCHOOL OF EMBALMING! l'I2HANNUM,CA8Jl. -d - lirrs .... -' ,- Presents may Come: TJIIS CERTIFICATE is testimony M. H. Camnitz, F. D., has qualified himself that for Embalming and Preserving Dead Eodies, by attending a full course of Instruction and Practical Demonstrations at the Clark's School for EmTo All to Whom these balming, . at Cincinnati, State of Ohio. J. H. CLARKE, this 11th day of Noaember, 1887, Given under the hand and seal of the Faculty -- tft Principal and Demonstrator. D.M.Bl 'RMS, ,' - T Secretary. re-ter- P'lit-(Tilt- s. Buck-len- 'a All appliances in the Undertaker's line constantly on hand. Funeral calls promptly and carefulH. R. CAMNITZ, Ilustonville. ly attended to. lt ht-tles- of -- THAT y e M'ROBERTS & STAG( L & FUfL ABBOBVBEE1ST J HAVE -- OF- Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, many Having lecnrd the services of C. F. KENT, a practical W cmafet-r year' experience, all work will be done with nesting h. (. i fully insured. Spectacles at d Eye Olaisei to suit the eye. . wri p.t..-n.- ' 1 HAHHOUnVILLE, WEAREN & MEti--T t-- LI (38t-tf- tl) PHr - mWM.MLmJkXMjkkmkv&H V! ) y 7 c-A XJ rub-cribtr- e yr r J t i Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock or V? hides is larger and more complete than ever before, from the cheapest to the best. Sa-?b-Blind- en-gn- -- - -- ft j n 3 All ot work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as li.t.f money. Come and see our line assortment before m is (iruken. -- J. H.ISI:e.,.4k... Iltixtoiivllle, Ky. WEAREN & MBNEFKE. I" m p THE WEEKLY com Attention PI -- We If sire to call jour atteution to our I recti and Complete Line ofGrocei-icOl s 11 Year, 75c. evtry (l(tcriptlontwlilcb we keep conitanily on band, ami ask ycti to con,. . i d O. -- Months, 40c. Oiiv Which lo retail bouse can ttock of" HarclwHj'e. conito with. Whiloyou out 1 uauiii, N u. wlsl,,,- - Oliver Ohillod and Imperial Ptou N. U'eareogeuta for, the belt in tho market; alto th BETiND WILL it Published. IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOX. ifk Hkhi ,j mi Inourl Bomethln? new and tiorel and the fitieat thlrnfortht- kind In uso. and ., II. i i . btoaes, e can pliaaw the most faatldioualp both prlcea r aud make, - I, ' I) ' k(Vi l.luie. I.I yen aometbtuKeicelletit. Ol 21'"" we with toabow li ," our I'lr III there la scarcely anythUnt wb barn't got that la anything noar Very lln. truly. Ui iltdUhtid tn make it pleasant tar nm .ml e Editor. - eii I nn all Ki-l- IKICKEll. Pre-b.teri- SintHr Hk -- he rZt Vt-i- -- froat-Vitte- n, ., H M PbTaUlana1 proatllptlonaairurati-l- tMCp M1WY m, rmmim: M. coiujiulilided. t) PHARMACIST, Orugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. cao The Largest of Watches, Olooks, auu oiiYCinuio JBWBUJ Btook Hit-rin- r. (effijr? f.4::v';, W.T.T..TC.'. japwta.? .': l(K S..i , : V "" -- ,i."' ,. '.- v"" ( -' ' ,h - f v . m VjOnneruai. I Krer bought to thla market Price Lowor .i tbt towcat.on Watchea, Clock and Jewelry B paired ihott notice and Warranted. '4? I&XTXSF. lc gSlpn i r Vf ro.-c- Afl " " ?HXt MftaWtJl aawat l -- - Wt0U:-wm- 'jt rsrvmjBve w rmtv z.$aam-r9wrr- w t - '?- -. wf f IN TViik.v - THE FARM HOME. WORK AND WORKERS. FOREIGN INDUSTRY. over two hundred beet-roo- t sugar factories, which work up annually ten thousand tons of uoot. Mniiu m inufaetures nearly all tho wax matches used In this country. They aro made without the aid of good machinery, yet tho Industry Is In a thriving condition. Two iorv electricians of Munich, named Mestern and Helldobler, havo Invented a sort of telephone which fixes tho iokcii word on a chemically prepared sheet of AtNTiit v I SOME PEOPLE. A tvovttv persisted in taking hor Infant with her tho other day through tLe cave ol tho wind at Ni.u ira, contrary to all udvice or objection, and when sho came out Mm babe was dead, having been suffocated by I shelling lima be.tns In tho fall, the largest ones from tho dry pods for seed. the next Sef.iis of melons, pumpkins nnd the like should ho obtained from ripe, specimens. They should bo washed and dried and stored in bags free from vermin Foam Sti ok. Heat a cupful of butter to it cream; mix with It two cupful granulated supir, tho beaten whites of two egg added boiling water. Het .lowly, and a hnlf-cutho m'lxtute over boiling water aud beat until frothy Flavor to taste. Pnr.i' tnr corn for drjing by first cutting of the grain, the remainoff about der next time, but not too close, and then scrape the cob. This makes tho corn sweeter than when the wholo grain Is cut otT Dry in pans in tho oven, stirring frequently. As Tin: last drawn m'llk Is the richest in butter, great caro should bo taken that all tho milk in tho udder bo drawn, and this is important not only on account of tho value of such milk, but because the habit of leaving a part of tho milk undrawn has a tendency to dry up the cow and weakou her capacity for yielding a full How of milk another season Soak a small Hue 11 O11111111.R Cikf.s bowl of bread over night in milk. In tho morning mix half a cupful of ilour into f teaspoonfuW which is put one and of baking ponder with ono quart of milk, eggs and a little salt. three Beat up tho bread with this batter until it is very light and fry a delicate brown. Tho batter should le thick Tiik Japanese way of cooking rieo is far 8Ucnor to any other. They pour on only enough cold water to prevent tho rico from burning to tho ot, which has a close cover nnd is set over a moderate tire. Tho rice i steamed until done nnd tho cover removed, allowing tho surplus moisture to escape, nils method leaves tho rico In light, whito kernels instead of a soggy mass In too many families tho saving of gar-do- n seeds is neglected and in tho spring seed must bo bought or tho children sent to more provident neighbors to beg a supply for planting. Tho careful housewife who bttends to this matter herself, gathering, seed from tho best plants, will find that her garden vegetables will improvo every year and sho will bo well repaid for her trouble. Peicii JriM Wash and paro the fruit. Put tho paring and tho kernels of a few seeds Into a kettle, add a few sliced, unpaired apples, cover with water, boil slowly till apples are soft nnd strain through a muslin bag Measure the juico and put Into a kettle over a light lire. Skim as soon as add tho skum rises; boil down to as much sugar as juico and boil briskly until done. Pan Dowitv Make a crust as for baking-powde- r biscuit, roll it nearly as thin as pio crust and cover with pared and quartered sour apples; bake in a moderate oven until tho apple are done and the crust browned; cut the crust in tho center and lay half on a dish, spread with half the apples and add butter, sugar and spico; then lay on tho other half of crust, tho remainder of tho apples and season as before. Tiie practice, of mowing a great quantity of green grass and carrying it to tho horso has a dangerous side; as sometimes done, I believe it causes colic Some farmers cut clover or rye the last thing at night, while it is still wet with dow.and nil tho manger with it. When a horso is not used to such treatment he is sure to bloat. Such a mass of wet, green food, is liable to ferment. If is safer to cut the feed at noon and let it wilt all tho afternoon. Ari'LE Cutworm. Butter a pudding-dis- h and lino it with thin slices of stalo bread, buttered on both sides; put in a thick layer of sour apples, sliced thin, sugar and a little cinnamon, with bits of butter over the applos, then another layer of bread and apples again until the dish is fulL Huvo tho top layer of apples with tho seasoning; cover tho dish and bake slowly an hour; then take off tho cover and let tho apples brown a little on tho top. Servo with cream. is dangerFeedino with wet ous, and more so when a horso is wearied with hard work in the field. When green fodder is fed, the horso should have first a small quantity of dry hay or cut feed only slightly moistened and with an ounce of salt mixed with it. After the keen edge of tho hunger Is taken off, then the fodder may bo given, and will bo eaten slowly and masticated thoroughly. A and saliratcd meal will not ferment in tho stomach and produce colic. Hovet is recommended as an article of great medicinal value. It is excellent in most throat and lung affections, and is often used In place of cod liver oil with great benefit. Occasionally there are found jer-son- s with whom it doe not agree, as is the caso with other articles of food, but tho majority cau learn to uso it with beneficial results. Child ron, who have more natural appetites, generally prefer it to butter with their bread Honey is a laxative aud sedative, and in disease of bladder and kid neys it is an excellent lemedy. well-shape- d otic-thir- d one-halwell-beate- n one-half, corn-foddd CHURCH i" WORK ABROAD. 1 ant churches u,v nowh.isover thrco hundred Protest- m The Presbyterian Iudlau Mission reiorts baptisms at tho rate of thrco thousand a year. MisiovtitiEs havo lately been appointed by tho American Board of Foreign Missions to proceed to Turkey. Pkf.siutkiiuv in Austria are raising two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for church and educational purioes. Mf.tiiuiiist missions in Ireland are said to bo doing an excellent work Tho novelty has attracted many hookers, und great hospitality has been shown the deciples. Fol'KTF.kv TiiorsAN) 0euly professed Protestants belong to tho sixty Protestant organizations in Spain. It is just eighteen years since tho first Protestant chapel was opened at Madrid. The south sea islanders at their last missionary meeting raised f 1,.,'U for a now yacht to carry the Gospel to New Guinea This represents it degree of generosity and sacrifice nut often paralollcd in the home churches. The religious statistics of Prussia, taken In December, 1SS5, have been published. According to theso tho Protestants number 18,3,5s7, or ftl.42 per cent, of the total the Catholics, 9,Jl,t&l, or ill 07 per cent. ; aSoVM'i, or 1.30 per cent, aro Jews. The memorial of Ht Paul, which somo Americans propose to sot up in his uativo city at Tarsus, will tako the practical shapo of a training school for orphans, of whom there aro a groat many In Cicilia. hundred dollars a year About twenty-liv- e has been pledged, a sum sufficient to su-lDr. Howard ubout fifty children. Crosby was elected president of tho board of munagers. A Chhistian' society for tho improvement of public morals has been established in Germany. One of its methods la tho publication of tructs of a special character for young merchants, for artists, for soldiers, for fallen girls and for pareuts. It has also been giving its attention to tho cheap literature sold at tho railrojd book-etalland efforts are boing mado to bring under Government supertho book-stall- s vision. pop-ulatloort s, Tiif rose garden of Bulgaria lold to that country much wealth, as well as the reputation of being tho flower-beof Kurojto Careful studv lias enabled tho natives to create wonders in their bloiming fields Atkm omnibus is in use in Dresden. The motive power is applied to the hind wheels, and is supplied by an upright boiler and coiii'MUiid engine It is used in tho Minn streets for carrying passengers, and will A iirviu: for utilizing tho power of Niaga- seat twenty ersons, ra river has been sold In two counties bor- ' The production of locomotives in Kurnpc dering tho river for during the year IsMl amounted in I'ngland w Cow. operator in the West aro very stub- to'J.'Jm), Germany. J.tiM, France, Bel- gium, .MO, Austria, 4i, Switzerland. born in their oposition to the Italy, 70. Sweden, .TO, Russia, 40, und Hoi. payments demanded by law. ' Tw: projection of now cotton and woolen land, 'JO, in all, 0,100 engines. A lotmioTiVK for drawing coal trucks in mill indicate that the textile industry is mines has been constructed for the mines at not so bail off as some jobbers put it. The largest elevator in the world is to be Lebendorf, Germany Tho height of tho built on Goose Island, Chicago. The di- engine is only four feet and a half and tho width only a little over three feet, and It mensions mil be 47i'io) and ?.. feet high The new steel plant ofthoWaugh Nail will draw twelve trucks weighing fifteen Company, nt Belville, III., Is in blast. The hundred pounds each at a speed of seven plant cost 1.V),(KJ. The output Is 7." ton of miles an hour Tiik screw industry of Berlin Is of such steel per day. I T fi.ve miles out from Kansas City, Mo , magnitude as to attract the attention of it is alleged that a good seam of coal four other countries, and the foreign sales are feet in thickness has been found at a depth on tho Increase The materials used in tho manufacture aro iron, steel, brass and Geryards of forty-twSo Fin us can be safely guessed ut, the man silver principally There are twenty-eigh- t factories turning out annually Imconstruction of small houses building in about a dozen of the larger cltiesds ten per mense quantities and employing over fifteen hundred hands cent Inn oud last j ear. To vont tho difficulties and inconveniThe largest smelting nnd reduction works in tho country are to Ik1 erected at ence ttendiug the use of steam engines, Tacoma. Cost, jo,0U0,0H). Iailwr is snuff- a strong company lias been formed In Paris, Industries state, for the supply of coming fresh opportunities there. Tiik leading lights in the South are ad- pressed nlr to users of dvnittuo machines vising all Southern young men who want for electric lighting A central station has to stand in the front rank of the world's been provided, whore engines of three thousand aggregate horso power will leaders to go Into manufacturing compress tho air for this pnrioso. The A v in shoveling dirt with a shovel ono mains are already being laid, and tho work pound hea ier than it need Ik, will lift t'.UW is being pushed 011 with all possible seed IMunds more inutility of ten hour than ho to furnish motive power to the theatres, would with a shovel one pound lighter. the time allowed by the Gov emThe distribution of merchandise and man- within inent order, for the substitution of electric ufactured products I now going on at a light for gas With electric lamps und greater rate than it was tn elvo montl.' ago compressed air engines, the The incrcaso has been estimated at fifteen safety from fire will have beenmaximum of attained per cent Wuistu, the ancient capital of Poland, I MntiUMis who work in lend are often one of the chief Kurocau centers of tho driven into consumption. A tanning industries, its list) respirator has been introduced in California establishment turning out and other places West that saves the work- about :.",(n),Ui worth of leather, annually which men veiy much pnneipalb extorted to llussla, nlthough The boot and shoe manufacturers are sell- ubout of tho product is consumed ing large supplies to lumbermen and miners at home by the Warsaw shoemakers, whose in the Northwest Some manufacturers manufacture is shipped to other "tortious of have withdrawn their salesmen from the the empire One leather manufacturer road, and will try the old plan of doing busi- consumed last year, in his tanneries, 40,(u) ness. s :t0,rt and 1('M) calf' Tiiuee valuable coal beds In the West, skin. Another large house manufactured known as the Gunnison deposits, cover one 737,lk) worth of leather last tear, while tuousauu square miles, anil contain lignites, third uses about :iO,)0 ox hides, the same bituminous and anthracite varieties Itull-roa- number of nnd lui.u.) mining and manufacturing interests Theso large tanneries import raw-hidare opening up these fields. from America, Australia, Asia and Africa. Geiim t plumbei s melt tho frost out of tho HEALTH SUGGESTIONS. ground by spreading n layer of quicklime, over which is put a layer of snow, and theso TnF. hot pastry and iced drinks of this layers aro repeated several times, according to tho extent of the frost. Next morn- country ha much to do with tho thinness of people ing tho ground is ready for pick and shovel. it Disompfkei digestion in ndults Is often Excitement in regard to the tho outcome of being compelled or induced fields of alleged anthracite coal in to eat rich food in childhood. tho Indiau Territory is beginning to run Ul" to middle life most people aro careless high in tho vicinity. It is claimed that the "" "''?--- . field prospected und leased an area ! reS4rJln i ?viwn niiiruutiiv vi ta t U lUII iiaTU ilf-square miles, with un r of thirty-fou- r muted yield of thousand tons to the tholr days curtailed Tho time to pay strict attention to the bodily health is during the Here. vigorous portion of life. Much interest ha been aroused among It Is quite u common practlco to doso engineers and other to prevent tho waste with teas, oil and sweetened Now devices aro infant of fuel in steam-raisincommon. Papers aro read before societies waters when any real or imaginary ill is upon tho subject. Experiments are made by on them. In some case it i necessary to all sorts of aspirants for wealth and fame, reinforoo the natural supply of nourishwhere but nothing has yet eomo within the ment, but relied on possible, nature's fount should bo chiefly. of practicability. charmed circle Foil those who hurry to and from their MiuiiLETon .v, Pa., will erect shortly u I galvanizing works which will employ AX) meals soup for recommended as a preparathe reception of solid food. additional men. A superintendent from tory aagent to hurriedly For man rush to Bay City, Mass., ha already been em- and gulp down moat, vegetable hi meal and pie, ployed, and the building will bo pushed to without a short pause completion. In about u year a rolling mill ach is nearly altm to of rest for tho stomsuicide. to employ 1,000 men will also bo constructed. Toastin'o the yeast The pipe works have been u great loon to germ and bread destroys converts tho starch into a Middletown, H00 new houses having been solublo substance which is incnpablo of erected n ithin tho past two year fermentation. Dry toast will not sour tho stomach nor produce any discomfort, and THE GRAND ARMY. is, therefore, moro agreeable to u weak Origin oftltn Most I'otturful Orpuilzutlou digestion than any other bread. A stooi'I.mi position, ninintnimsl for any oT tiilou t it lent its. length of tend moro It originator wu, uccordlng to tho New tho health time, is generally to undermine than suposcd. An York ll'tnhl, Dr Benjamin F. Stephenson, a physician of Springfield, 111., who had erect position should bo observed whether served us surgeon in tho Fourteenth Illi- sitting, standing or laying To sit with tho nois Infantry dining tho war. Ho first body leaning forw.ird in tho stomach, or to suggested tho idea in February, In'. Pub- ono side, with the heels elevated on a level lished account state that Decatur, 111., was with the hands, is not only in b.ul taste, but tho birthplace of tho order, but tho only exceedingly detrimental to health, iti ramps living comrade of the four who were present tho stomach, presses tho vital organs, Inat the first muster und mutually took tho terrupts tho free motion of tho chest, und obligation, according to the, ritual Dr. enfeebles the.functions of the abdominal und Stephenson had prepared, snjs that it was thoracic organs, und, in fact, untmlatiic tho whole muscular system. founded ut Springfield. The first formal organization of a post QUEER QUADRUPEDS. occurred, however, beyond question, on April li, iNiil, ut the village of Decatur, A nrNTi.FMtv In Washington Territory Union has a which coiitalued only forty-thre- e colt that recently swam soldier. a distance of six miles, entering the water Among tho originators of the Grand of itspwn accord, and lauding in a strango Army of tho Republic wero Messrs. Coltrin part of the country and Piyor, proprietors of tho Decatur A connfctk tT fanner drive to town who printed with u horso that wears Hcctticlc Tribune, anil their Tho a, writ- farmer ono day discovered that the animal tho first ritual of tho Grand Army ten by Dr Stephenson. and consulted au oecullst, was Soon ufter Post No. a was formed nt who gauged tho sight and made a pair of Springfield, and others vvcio quickly concave glasses. It is said the animal is all throughout Illinois, Wisconsin, In- at sea without his goggles. diana, Ohio, Iowu and Missouri. A STiuMiK story of un explosive hog I On July VI, 1NVS, the first department enIs about Henderson, Ky tho campment wus held nt Springfield, 111. current some dynamite, mixedItwithtosawJohn M. l'almer was elected Department effect that blowing up stumps, was left dust, for Commander. whore tho animal got ut it and swnllowed some. Later tho hog wus rubbing its sido A Fist I.lkn it Sebastian Mueller is tho name, of a mun against u post near a initio's stall, when tho who has just urrlved from New Haven, mulo dellvoi ed a fierce kick, striking tho coming from his homo In Switzerland. Ho hog and producing a terrific explosion. On tho coast of Java there are numerous and his performance aro thus described by years wild apes, who subsist largely upon tho tho lltijMen "Mueller is twenty-fiv- e old, stuuds five foot eight inches in height, toothsome sand-crabwhich abound in and tips tho beam ut one hundred und ulnty that region, Tho manner of tho capture of eight and one-hapounds. Ho Is well theso crabs, by the apes, is said to be interbuilt, with largo nnd mnssivo shoulders nnd esting and amusing to a high degree. Tho splendidly developed muscles on arms nnd ape, unable to arrest the rapid retreat of chest. Taking u stono nbout six inches tho crab to his hole, backs up and thrusts long, and of tho nsual cobble-ston- e shape, hi tail down the hole, and, when the crusho held it firmly with his loft hand against tacean resents tho intrusion by seizing his au iron ball fastened to the top of a barrel. proffered member, tho npe springs up, Then swinging his right urm around his dragging forth tho coveted delicacy. he.nl ho brought tho hand down sldoways When monkeys live with with fearful foioo upon tho stono ubout two a they do in Kustorn countries, where tho inches from tho end. With a crack, the habit Is 11101 0 prevalent than olscwhcrc, and stono broke into several pieces, which flew becomo accustomed to tho medicated off in different directions. Tho oporutlon they acquiro a tnsto for tho pipe. was exactly similar to that of u blacksmith Ono particular moiikoy, it is said, would Tho last stono wait for his master to lay down his pipe, wielding n broken was u nearly round, and would then tako it up und smoke what pieco of whito quartz, such us is often remained. If not ullowed to do so for sevfound along country road. This was also eral days, it would fall Into a stato of deshivered Into piece. After tho performpression and inactivity, which would disance Mueller's hand showed no signs of tho appear us soon us it wus ullowed to " hit fearful blows except a slight redness. tho pipe." I v semi-monthl- y used In Alnb.i- An the beat k ma is taken from l'eius' lvunla und Mary . laud. The Knights of Labor are quietly extending their organization, especially in the West. Lakoi: works are to be established at Chattanooga, Tenn , to erect electric light plant s NoiiTiinr.sTFUN Pennsylvania to have the largest plute-glu- s works in the world. Tin: green glass trade is improving slow-lBusiness is not active, but tho outlook is fair. The lnrirest" tile mid pottery works ever built In this country uro talked of at Austin, I fire-bricI , I . la nou is in demand In nearly all crafts. BiiUK works are to bo established this ill) aud winter in tho West und South. hii I way is said to bo covered with forest Tiik city of Glasgow and Its suburbs con tains u population of a million and a half ol people TIDINGS FROM AQfiOAD. OsE-q- t uitkh of tho entire area of ANNOUNCEMENT Nor- - or -xxej j l.iHr. sauntered d mu from Boston to Hartford, Conn , luting walkisl to the former place from his homo w thin tho last few uioirhs He elu.nis to have seen all tho Presidents from Washtuglou excepting Garfield Tiif l'hilllpplue Islands have au urea of mnftv kk u:ii:h).) gentleman of UHUOO sipinre miles, Sumter, S ('.has, within the last four of the Stute of New or twice the dlmeus.ous York years, walked ten thousand miles Ho A tho spray CINCINNATI l,u, I r; o g leather-producin- g so well method of was recentlj put m practice by a resident of the Quaker ity He painted 1.1 lnr.ro white letters upm hi wagon " Installment collector of unpaid bills " It is needless to say that h did not htive toilrlvo up to a person's door more than once A iik lady walkisl Pito one of New York's leading jewolrv store the other d ly and to bo shown aoiuo diamonds Afler purchasing two lino gems she sljly placed a stone In hermnuth I'o!i being accused of the act she swallowed tint diamond and indignantly denied the aceusn-- ! tion The lud s husband was sought and a settlement was effected Tnr richest man In Philadelphia and tho wealthiest bachelor in the United States Is Isaiah V Williamson, 11 Quaker Ho is eight five years old, and worth twenty million dollars. Mr Williamson, until cry recently, used to walk to his pl.vo of bui ness. or ride In the street cirs If the weather whs bud Now ho is obliged to ride In his carriage, and to dcciid upon the strong arm of a servant, but he gets ulnnit and goes to hi office daily, notwithstanding his age and weakuess A lot mi man of Philadelphia bear the reputation of knowing moro alout tea than an one else In the country Hi iscupa-tio- n is "lea tasting," in whli h pursuit ho the comfortable sum of twenty tlo thousand dollar 11 year It Is md his reputation was muile at tho sacrifice of ills stomach, nnd that organ is ruined His solo consolation and iiounshiui'tit is a cup of toil, of imperial quality and costing twenty the dollars 11 pound, bremsl by himself und sipjxsl from the bluest of china Om: of the best iiuvhnuics in the country Is it blind resident of Marietta, Pa , nameil He I a neuter In trade Simon Collin and make fine earot, ulway arranging the colors in the manner to make them look beautiful He mu go anywhere aud turn hi hand to any thing He Is making his second cunvn iiinoo tion Ills no uncom i mon u sec Pinion 111 me cuual or on the river paddling his own aniH- - He is alA 1 now an s efficacious 1 1 iim-ttii:f- h sij-u- 1 1 one-thir- d ing the debating society season he holds his own on the rostrum In (tolltic ho is a Democrat und makes the catukiigii hoi iu that vicinity tersnl 111 current event, und dur- NOBILITY NOTES. iVitiiin the charmed circle of royal literati, the Prince of Montenegro take a place us writer of historic tragedy Wiifn the Prince of Wales travel over n dusty road a railway water-car- t precede him to lay the dust. Kimi Mu in of Servlu has nrittctinelovor political comedy for whiihhe has pyoived the highest honors within tho gift of a Belgrade literary body Tins two sons of the Pnncoof Wale will shortly be made ruyal Dukes and will bo accorded stuffed cushions In tho House of Lord. Their ability is up to tho standard of that txly Tnr. Crown Prlncof Germany ha had f tw o narrow escajM'M from death within u v period while on lomrd thilil9 of tho British nuvy On Inith invasions tho Uiat bearing the royal purty collided with another, creating havoc and alarm. Tn Crown Prince of Italy ha established his residence at Naples Lsjo attaining hi majority he will et up a splendid establishment in the palace of tho old Bourbon King He um"d U tho great popularity enjoyed by his father, Tiik infant King of Spain, who Is untitled to an ullowanco of fi,ViO,(ai) u year, wus considered u very lucky child until tho Kin'x-ro- r of China wu heard from. Tho CVlostUl monarch Is said to W),W,0i'i) u year, und is ubout to spend 10,ti 0,(XX) iu getting married. It nut tho tears of tho young aud beautiful widow of u youthful Sergeant of the Germun urmy, shed for the loss of her husband, which mado hur not long ufter the wife of I'eter tho Great, us iu time this same woman was crowned Empress Catharine, the supreme monarch of Russia The Crown Princess Stephanie of Austria has contributed some chapters to her husband's greut work, "Tho Monarchy by Word und Picture." The editorial committee insisted uoii paying her by making a hundsomo dfosit In u savings bank in tho name of Slophauie's baby daughter, tho Archduchess KIIzuIkhIi. I.atfi the Princess Clementine, youngest daughter of tho King und Queen of tho Belgians, attained her fifteenth yeur, anil has consequently taken her pluee, according to tho established etiquette of the Continent, among the marriagablo Princesses of Etiroio. There nro nt this moment in Europo no less than ono hundred and eight Princes of a marriageable age, whilst of n Princesses iu 11 similarly interesting there nro only sixty-six- . fry-brieAustro-Hun-garian osi-tio- I cow-hide- Tub Argentine Republic possesses horned cuttle yet neither milk, butter nor choose uro produced in tliut country. Tiif British pissessions cover iu nil ulmut 1),u.I,ihi) square miles, or oue.seventh of tho laud surface of the gloln', the opulatioii numbering "jro.UM.iXM, oroue-sixtl-i tho people of the world Tiik Cong Stato d'xs not jx'rtuit the importation of oreussi iu or other Improved tlreai ins, and tho natives are able to buy only tl lit t locks made lu F.uglaud specially for the African trade In French count! house tin fashion tblo The wouhii used sjKirt Is frog xurin resemble a cros-lxw- , and the barlxsl arrow are attacluHl to tho Ixms by it silken ' string, so as to haul tho frog m nheu ho is pierced A JvI'vnksk with un income of ll.u.) a year Is considered a wealth man, and u farmer who ha ilno laid by milked among the capitalists of his district In all tho Empire, outof 11 population of :ir,0U),O, there are less than 10,ti pauper Tin imputation nf Pitcutrii Island, west of Australia, which was oriifinally xsipis by tho miitiinvrs of the British ship Bounty 111 I7'. is remrtix by a passing sttsimer to huvo increased to 107, of whom fiTuro women Oulv three deaths huvo occurred iu three your PrniMi'-'iii- e of the most primitive (,f in dexndeiit kingdoms is the island of .lohuutia, 111 the Comoro group The sultan Ixxtrdsauy ship ttiuMiiay call then nut! endeavors to the wushisg for his wives, while the prime minister xsldle (SHsxtnuts aud banana VfniikIs fust doing 11w.1v with her gun dolus and substituting thn-.'o-r small steam craft, by which means travel is exxslittsl A few yeur sim U11 city and chcnixuicd had two thott-oin- d gondolier living upon her 1VM.0UI, imputation, but tlm steam lttum lies have nearly banished them. Wi are told 011 gixl autlxirity that there are more Ssti btiieu m litiiloii titan In ldin burg, more Irishmen than lu Dublin und more Jews thun In Palestine, with foreigners from all iwrts of the world, including a great uumtxirof Amcrteiiti Yet there are so inuny Kiiglisuiett In Ijirndtm that ono is not likely to iiotlH the preseiuouf theso people of other na'iorts John Chin iv n has the same du'.lcultict to contend with 111 Australia that he has In the Tinted States Australia Is rwilly moro agitated over the Chinese question titan is meiicu, as owing to Iter closer relations with Chum, she isMild lx overrun by an exixlus of cheap labor from that country She Is content to leave unmolested the Mun gohnn she has already, Init draws the line against any thing like a systematic imreanj 111 immigration i sis-ur- e 12,-i),- l) ENQUIRER FOR 1888. tlul "i.rnmiws iwrl iu and rsdiral tin iat and P' " ' heni" of llio s lu tho history of Am,"lf" I'11'-Umtitfes ; ol Buyers und SolW-rami l'olitlrul Favor. Of wealth iirodurvd. r prixlm-o- uueor I i i 1" cent to t T cent for Mi- netua. pro and Jl tn'twiou tho unequal dltlMon " CAPITAL AND LABOR. kept ipen The Utor Field has IminUMtni nil rumen anil promiKUOui - very loreiti not only cnronntgisl tut tieimiilsT Intior hits been eontmctM for an! im ported n order thai roniptlltloil would t hear u r' the co-- t of lulxir an I force It to ins pt n 'MI'K WKNI K K ..tr.red. hlle tx-crun-full- f u ot 1 !r is n,ii un. III IIIIS' KV iNrnu-sr- s CAi'll.vb. Thui Kin, It i, or monoiih n niiiisjitvno.s ltu) 11.11 I V ! I. v v.v Rich Grow RIcheranrJ tha Poor Poorer t A Money Pouerhas illrtatrd InsMallon an -late an the admi'ittirution l t reti.f, r Hi It an cuttiit Nation tl I l'lerm I mu hi n nullitv il not a lariv, an I elected o.lluai wore tluute load" )oi' t''h 1 hviilali'.n Purlin urh it rrttl a utldlieJ press, ilema ii. .nfi h and punlinxaMv iillll. lam iiwralllt the pilule imnl lrit - r liable it s U" 1...11. ins i. has Til r IMJIIUHll.n k "mil CIlKHi fUt KMTII ri: sk rvllTY nHvTllHl III M'il!I. ASP ItlSVriTI MP Vvl t KS 1N. V0liri! PI'.U-LII-V TIONAb lUuRTS K I r i.-si- v ti-Ui- im sent review of the past the cauwstprimary r,l leadi'ic U to tilt ireent 'at nf illtnpn hi In urrie of irultilol t Ii nitlitcaii t wluanl iinatitwi rat. le art. le that will utoTvmit vttien orientated tin luiamu clast TRUE TO ITS PAST HISTORY, - of Till rSii"!lt!n The edltorlil an l i ei "family newspaper TIIK FSqriRKit will tnd without a Asa ('nib- - for buyers ami feller of anil produce. Its mail I risitt will lull rellsli'e cxleiulre. anl of W hi -latest date from every romium 11 center and nantlt of readltik mallrr It is In ! tsiiiitl to ism f the ordinary ones nil o! win-t- i and other etrell, ut fi aturc male it the t. if) Lurci'st. Ht'st, uuil C'licapi'st Paper in tin Country. POINTS Til r. OF INFORMATION. Till: IAII.Y TERMS KXQUIItnit. s cow-hide- calf-hide- e newly-di-covore- d esti-fou- J'1 " IN MANUFACTURES. eom-wsltor- near-sighte- M'iI(--I!hiiiiu- t. lf opium-smoker- sledge-hamme- r. tough-texture- d Iv tho form of gilding there Is nnnually used between two und four million dollurs worth of gold leaf The uso of mineral wool in vnrious branches is rapidly increasing, owing to its peculiar qualities und beluga of heat. Peat liber, after lming divested of the mud by heat and water, Is lxung used for tho manufacture of pajier Tho sweeping of a house, cobwebs und dust uro being utilized for tho same purjioso. The manufacture of celluloid In America ha attained it marked success, und tho number of purjiose to which It Is now uro almost limitless. It is thought the homo product is fur superior to that of Europo. EuiMtv, tho electrician, is constructing for his own use, ut Ornngo, N. J., the most complete and largest laboratory in the world. Tho finest machinery by tho best makers in America and Eurojin ha been ordered, and elaborate provisions will bo made for tho porfectionof his inventions. A machine has been contrived for tho purpose of forging iron or steel in any form which cun bo turned a method which is shown by experiment to bo not only practicable, but to possess somo special advantages. Instead of being hammered or rolled to tho desired form, tho mass of red-hmetal is placed In n groovo in two plates, which uro moved in roverso directions; theso grooves uro in primitlvo form nt tho places where tho Iron first enters between tho plates, and along Its courso theso grooves become moro closely in conformity to tho shapo which is givon to tho finished ploce, which Is twisted into shape. Tho process in question is said to bo adapted to tho manufacture of uny of tho various small Iron and steel piece of turned form. t name "Johnny is said to m a Sunday and Pally It 'O H T IT IU III l 6 v) 1. corruption of "Joiirnet vuke," a cuke com Pally ex.rpt .iiinday I SV posed of corn meal commonly made 111 the KSQCIKEIt. TIIK WCKKLiY South, and iiiteudisl us un srtk-lof fool suitable fur use In traveling Price l uniform for each and crcry u limi ltu rilliouMMt ut wedding had its origin year it p. with the Chinese It is svuiUdlcul of the Onacopy one months Doe copy, l i. from the lutof luring the bird of path of the brute, to enable her to safely JOHN R. McLEAN, Proprietor, pursue her matrimonial career CINCINNATI, OUIO Tiif. air of "John Brown' Rody' rind it origin in the tune to which "Ella Hay no" was written, by Stephen C Foster, tho writer of "The Did Folks at Home" aud other time honored songs of this country A nri t ium named Jix Hwoenoy, workr. in i:.i. i 1 ing on the canal between Richmond and Ail Ih I'ATTK 'Ss j u hi. i to oe Lynchburg, was thejllrst xrformernn tho s of fr u Jlo) to Jt ir liy fur no'ilti ij iar v banjo. Replayed hi first tune on an ts'icrlli jj l ' ated ground with four string lie u noted minstrel ImUi ut homo und Interior Journal Ih: abroad. In a work on the origin of plant wo are Informed that the earliest history of the latrateol apple dute from the region of (Rubin and Trebliond, and tint the nf Iomburdy. Savoy and Switzerland mude 7Ylaga-5inTWontl.ty gp-u- t It I said that the ear use of apple ulo wu known to pre historic .Switzerland WitKTl. Ordn for Cul Ptpr Pttttrai of ; tils. your own loUction jnJ iif nnd Italy To AsiiTi a young lady' age, huve BOTH PUBLICATmNS, ONE YEAR, her put down the huuiIxt of tho mouth in which she wa born, multiply it , $3.50 ITHREE'FIFTY). by two, udd live, multiply It by fifty, add her age, subtract :'.", udd liji, then find tho number left, the two right hand figure of which will be her age, und tho remainder the month of her birth Of nil tlxs .Muixiiy.lit-s- . Tiik information i furnished by tho CosTsiMsoTuinit 1'ir.nt ami oi nun S. l.Tnnr J'nnltr'' ( trtii'ar thut the entire Scripture I 'MIIIMS.I AllTltTI AT'IUITIOS. il contain '.,,77),'Ji'.'.i cms in diamond and 'J.17,-nK- I ash lloi mini i WATTrm Tim, ems In nonpareil It would take a printfiitfnileil iritt, Orlul'x'l ."rl .'ii.rnp. I'iorofrtirHres, 11 er a year and a half to put tho Scriptures fin, Itunitrutu, imoAIoj; it tlir I'irttirrt mul.Mmlrl Jinlu tyMt at tho rate of lire thousand cms per fine of i mrrlni. ilie day The quantity of metal required in a rouwiii nnler rnln r fitrli Vfsrfslin mi lulus nonpareil would be alxuit i'i.oO) hhiiii1s, Iu Un' lluliler to Me i, lli'Mi t Si lialletll lllils'rj'n it, iniiiii, m In tli.o tiiimtr still n in Hit !.l,l" utnl iu pica '.M.OjM imiuiuIs. bourgeois nny nf Hie fir, s tit iimfmuirml, tml.li g wlt. r. IV tho 1'iiltod States lee was first used luriiijr lhe o if lie- il le i'f ot.r thn e ilu Ivrs PKMDIfrSl's MOM III Y l Jtflu ellli ft tti for the preservation of fish alxiut tho year In Koini T'te isu, and in 1st,", fishing vessels began to Wntlil'n Mialel 'lUll.m o.o ill,'I. rtfe-- l 1t(l f).!IU Ijtrue.t nt ('in it ! ss; tnko Ice to preserve their cati li At first Kaltillt Majnzlne l..nel the ' m, nty in llniisl they were careful to keep the Ice sap.trato tlilril ywtr of It. piiMica'lnti It I provrtl utiil so I'lii as I i piste It it' t'ie hr from tho tlh, piling it In a corner of tho of ainll) 1'erl'sllrsl. ft i hi ii lis T.' piji. Iiry hold, but they sixin began packing tho fish iiiiarto, sxlIU intltes i prtttieil iinl fiiuy I'llbll.la.l liv U ,1 ll II i;. iMnorot, in broken ice Tho inland trade in fish had llluOMtiil Ne ork, up to that time been very limited, but soon AND UY SPECIAL AOREEMENT COMBINED Increased, and it was not many years before WITH THE Imjxos of fish packed in Ice wero shipped far Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Year Inland. t Mo. 3 Mos f. Mos. I f IS . Wonderful SUCCESS. osont rn. ilu-in1 ex-cu- Ssai'My Jemoresrs e D EMORZST'S m THE BESi , , -- - M;l.-ui- ll 111 ti 1 1 1 FACTS ABOUT BREAD. Tiif American custom of eating hot cuit Is regarded by tho I'ngllsh with bisdis-favo- r. renders them distasteful A moso tho poorer Germans tho dark, heavy bread known bred" is the favorite, ond is of a surety their "staff of life." Tub natives of Afghanistan live largoly upon a sort of pancake which is said to bo any thing but w holesome or cuy of digestion. IIiif.ak in Franco i mado in rolls four feet long and as thick n a man's urm. It is light and crusty und is similar to the Vienna bread of Germany. Aivift the purest bread oaten by any nation is to be found in tho homes of tho substiiLce, coarse as sawdust, cooked Iu tho ashes of tho hearth. Asiatic bread is mttdo In tho form of largo flat cake no thicker than cardbonrd. It Is iiidde of course wheat flour and water, without any leuvenlng, und will keep for months Is comparison with others tho bread of Persia lunks high. The making of bread In that country is considered an art. It is formed nto flat sheets, a foot wide and thrco feet long, and is baked upon a bed of red-ho- t pebbles. This breud is carried about und Is handlod like so much cloth Tiik natives nf both China und Japan know very little of bre.td, their "statt" being rice iu various forms Tut: English will not eat bread until it is several days old, and shortening in biscuits 1111 uif H CsaOTH After Forty Dattuuuu tbt It is n poorly-bake- dark-colore- d ot VKKKI.Y at 1100 a roar, anjta to bo tho boit papor dorotad to ootono. lnMhtnlcs, Inrontlono, onglnoorinc wotka, and ntntr iloptrtmonio of Indutttltl profroaa, pub-lltnIn anj countrr. It oontalnt tbo of all notontaoo and tltl of orarf Int.otlon ntmn patent.! oaoli woak. r It four mouth, for ona dollar, by all nonaitoileri. sold if you hats an Intention t patant writ to publUhers of Soitnlltlo Amttioan. Jtunn A Uo., Raw 361 llrontwajr. Votk liaadbook about pstaati mallod fraa. tjinltt.il r, V... ni.. Ku v.. . fnrliallir rwrnra siand TOulUlittialie.t itmrlf k row ta ui (j riiaotih as I t.ltat. thm toll eoatllar. tla, in I In every vata il IluUia.tV. T. Sol I u obtain pittntt In OansiU, Kngltnd, tr.noa. Urranr, nj all olh.r eounirtat Tbolroipart-on- o it unoijualaj ,n,l tholr foollitlM aro unaar- pAM.l, Drtwjnn and upaclflestlono ptpr.t and AIM In til I'alont ORlco on short notlca Tormi t.rj niwiitbl. Ho ohau o for ataminatlon of utOilola or ilrAKlnfo Ailriea bf roll froo ratantialitAlnatlthroufb MunnaOo wnotlo1 Inth.St IKSTIKICAMKIUIIA.M. which hM tno laraait elroulation and It tho most InflutatUl ti.wip,r of lt kind piibllibod In tho worl.L Th tlftntifoo of mob. a notlca Oforr pst.ntso un.lti.tsncli Tblilortoand pl.ndldlj lllmtratod nowipopor U ptibll.hod for pstonts, csr.Ats, trd-mkrk- t, eopj riffhts. ata . fnr tha ITnitad Htata. an I h.n Una ltlin.tr.! Thonttnit iprillcAtlons fir paUnU to tfnltsii nittrs toil Koroff n ooun-tr- l. tho puWltb.fi of tho Scltntlflj Ara.rlon oootlnus to ct a oollcltors ilrlnc in th rtirationotmirs yttrt' n 70aareat..i R. 14! ...Mairitiura. Ufdaolr , EairtciChialulCs. (.loolnnau,! Ohio. tot. oattttntauttutlco, Aleett Jk LUk. rik.a 41.1U. bf Drift ltu. r went to Uil, nnd thnt niggft-- l trour, find trousoni suggested legs, and oh, the develTbi sr r.t tif hcfithi r frnn the pun htln opment of the Idea 1b ijtilto clear''' Ulcndewllh tlieawevl. etreug hirnthliiK ct lU I iiMKisis him he was evidently very weak MA. Into the library, and Installed him In an The lark In licnven, the plovrriiti the leu, hut thnt mattered little, they prnctl-cnll- y NUiy i hair, into which bo sank with a sign f'trny nil.. alienee, iu the mar Hint Mill of pleasure. Then 1 lit tho go, and ho eyed hml hut one pur. The fntiltty atAIIIiiUt with lump fulfills me curiously. Hi r kiiidh iuli. nml mt-tending the (niiilly cmie. My great finm toll fire free. Ni' K"rKiiuii rlmiiN llLcT)rlrui "I Mvthut, too," he muttcrod to himself, iliiil. lifiviug my grandfather, a Wy toii-in-l the mid. wiim. lik'lil iihiii tin-i- thrills of 'Jymrs. My gnat grandfather did not "fluy and I wen' talking of this new- project llnlit-- iuhI fairer ft In- - lenu- - tlirlr l.alU. mnrry iipiln. though time soon softened bin of lighting 1ondon by itillntninahlo air gim, Till ill Id. dory lanWi.i.. utnl grief. One ilny, when he hml to re- tlicy uiIImIK. That accout for it. Hut the Svtntliifi lii rtcJoiul, tin- little moon, new tiorn, friction luatchcxl However, if I can remein-Ik- t ceive cnuwiiiy, hi guest u a n French timidly the etarrj wall. tho process and Uie nmterialo when 1 it M Ilcllllc After iliuner Uie guest I'ntil the Hot cool litrnlil lirecni Mini) blow happened to iiiiutinn thnt he wiik n pupil of wake up, mid if it works in reality a It doc tin- - Kolili'ii e)tllil nf III" tiiorn l''ll J T U'rn. Iti (1inmU-i- ' Journal, M MeMiiir ttiiil Mm- - ell Mrxil In his system. in a itnnm. 1 shall l known om a famous int thing is, that while Some good untured ski ptlcitmi lieing evineel ventor Hut the iu. to the jiouer of producing hypnotic sleep, I know it is a dnmn, I havo to keep on A LOXd SU'MIiKH. he offcied to experimeiit on his hrn-t- , nml did dreaming " ".Shidl 1 order Mipjicrr I said. "You have so niciifully. Then he projmM-to try it He won equally had nothing but milk ' on John, win) HhM'iiUil. There were ii'rtaln thing In our family nicccif til there. He put n uuinlier of ques"Milk '"he replied. "If there In- - anything whu h alfonleil it Mibji-c- t of gili;r"d thm tion to J'llm ulillc iu the mtMiieric state, I detest it i milk. Order what you like." ilml out, revived and illiil out again, iifninl-inI rang the IpcII, and when the servant came, which wcru itustiercd, to hU brother's great We had wealth w-wire delight. The u Indous were to fircunintiilicfK a the tiny ordered Kiipju-- to be m rvisj in the library. All richer than the wo warm. Tiny were what were railed nt When I'eter who, imjsive a he generally that we weie jut and even gclii-rothe time French windows, opening to the wa, displayisl hy a look his aUinishmeut nt Iu our dutlingk with other, hut we hud no floor, on n narrow Uilcony with a low railing. the stranger' preiK'niv had gone out, John Intimate friend, and kept amrt from our One of the answer seviiied k comical thnt Trelawney said; iiijighlir. Weneithir innile visit nor "TlmtV another of the dmun ptssplo. I the Frenchman fell into u fit of laughter, mi Ifitiirk. No invitnl guekt ever mid when 1 wake up, rever saw him d violent thnt he lost hi Ixiluucc utnl fell our thnhold, ami thof who ciunr on liusi won't Ktx him again. Hut what what tho out of the window iuid over the lialcony Ikiwi1 out when their to the ground, tlie (luuuhcr M wi re coiirti-oukldeuce In thatT in the I'lisiticki wiim conolllil'xl. A meal in the A mingled look of terror, doubt and story My father I mi down to iiudst him, , and wimetlini a trifle of morns, hut he wiui prut iuMbmcc, The miui had amusement went over hl face nr ho HfUsl wn glvin to a meuillcant, hilt, the irual hroLeu hix neck Uie end of his long, white lieard, which he Ho observed for Uie flrrt uilcii, iuid Uie money taken, tlm recipient Tin a coroner's Inquest, win vr now- hand upward and tracedtime.beard jowsl llur mt wa unceremoniously turiul out Uie to hlft diet was in ucmrilnni-- with the facts. When hi nut had Uvii with Uk from their childhood, thnt wa over my father went in to John, chlu, and Uirn he gave it a sharp tug. u wtll mid faithfully. the which they "Of all the farrago of nonK-nswho in the cxciUmuit of the moment had their dtlUi were light. litii forgotten He found him Ktill iu Uie comi in a man's land in dreams, tills is Uie wngi-Uiey had kind trentmi nt. their ihildrcn were mesmeric and tntl to u waken him. most nlrtiird. A long, white board on uie, a when mit Uirn a'nl rcanil um the pla-ehe continued, ns iruuiof'JSi, and hw-n'Fulling iu thi, he wilt for the family phjsl-ciuutinuat'-'l- . their wugec went on until they to whom he ilelnilul Uie circumstances. he caught n glimpse of his face in the miiTor diiil. hut they formal uo attiuhiiunt U u. Kw-riuMt over the mantei, "there' white hair, and effort u in vain. The nor we toUiem. We uwil our fortune liU-This matches. Uie wrinkle to cornsj-ond- . li ixilil iil that it vmim ii cataleptic fit , he ally for puMlc purj'"k-- . hut gtvw rlilur at MeMiier and hlk deici, Hut wluitcver it thin leg. I shouldn't wonder If I turned to up half never t'ir jittr. for weevery generationto the our niu, John could not and wn put mi old woman next, with a black satin dn-sIncome, and with and a lot of falbalu." to UL Thus he hud remained through Un- -e Hi re ho hurst into a loud fit of laughter pn rty li.i nvtwl In extent, while long ywu t had To a oid khihIiiI. the "What in the matter with my voice, I It kharwl the gmerul appreciation of wiluc HU UfU kept iu the family wliiih The Tnlnwiiek ni longul liil, few WMMgUeti hltu hy a Moiiuk'Ii tule. wn of it wonder'' he exclaimed, "ItV of a piece with ding young Hut there wire few of them liipild iluimctir, Mid had wrred to mninUiiu my ltril. utnl my wrinkle, tuul my leg. If lairi! Tor nit generntlotik. with one excepHik hrother hail utteudivl him, cr-- f I were awake and looked like thin, nnd life talked so, 1 should think I hnd got to I Mlot tion hut one child follow cl em h marriage oIUimv faithfully (inning Uie imt The excej'tion and well. Win n hl miii wiim near uuinhool least. Won't I have a fine tale to toll to Guy hikI tlint wiim alwnk a moi who he had let him Into the wiu with inj Wlitu the hi the morning." , I'eti-came In with a truy lioaring plat, Lid u liri"Uier, two ivii youugir than lntt'T marriil. the wife, in lime, wo nikile Hi hlrth 't down in iminiil Jim with It ThiiK it had gone from dishe and iatnble, nnd John with Uie tea in IT?.', hut father t' Mill, uiul oil down, Uie Trelawnejs serviio. When they hail upretul Uie cloth on the fnmilv nxrd u p.-the library table and arranged evcryUilng, wlmtktruck tne iu klngulnr wio tin-a- t N'lug (hniueit ton liwng ctrpM). He Mrs. Lang, of any meiitiou of the J oar of hlk death l)f courw I ncccptnl a khnre Iu Uie rcKi-Jhllit- my rather rtutely house of the nitiI. Whi.t elw ciiuld I ilof sailed in. h mil to Imim- diwiptinl and dul nrolm-h- i you to "Mrs. Iving," I said, "let me prow-nIu Mine phuv uud ut Mime Mine unknown urged hy Hut I ui'Mr nuirni'l, though ofti-Kor mhih- refiMin or other, a Inrge nmoiint of my father would wait. 1 wild, until idl Mr John Trelawney, who remain with us, y prn rtr. up"-i-- l to hoe li'-- hl. wokover JiJiIi Treluwnj wiim now out !fo and to whom every one in the hotw will in tnut hy m grent grmidfiitlier was )eiufold Hi itmld not hut much longer a much deference and ntteutiou as to me, mieuiil legulnrlv When ami thnt trut had li-ukcd in futher why no attempt I'ncle " John, this is Uie housekeeper, Mr. limn lather to Kill 1 eme nkel my fother had made to uwakeii the miMiieriuil I jui g A Mrs, Iwuig was evidently mystiflisl, but iilmt thi missing Hutu, he li'pliiil tlwit the Mvret of doing thnt She fniequal to the occasion. ihvr gtioin than UMl.l oxereastallhisalmt ut h.ul diel with IMille Till ktlinulntil me. she was an cluborate courtcs-- Uncle John, it 1 eagerly nml and ladled all nlxiut the my ipuitiiiii. "You will know nnd mhih'iIn. u hl reply and then he went nml w it iiune my turn to wait on a a polite old young gi utleinon, rot on tc iiaU of KimHhlng el. the old muij 1 made a iiuinUr of cxpTi-meutu- l Unt Ids lody In ucknowUslginent. "Now," I said, "no one nissl wait, an wo IVrtninly huth iiij father and prnndfathir rever- - piiKse. hut nlwnyk iu viUu. v on family matwore it trouhii'l and hk on their, Two yer niter thik my father uxbihiti---, are to have some conversationiUi your attendters. I con et en dljno w fnii-The) wire a prey to wltlod inelan-- mnrkeil iuit'tn of nu incuruhle iIimiu-K try one I never miw them smile ance. Mr. Iing " holy with which he lingered for nearly two jear i The r unilTcsl fainUy, but depart-s- d l their epriion. hut nota mole, when he died with Uie others. knew why. The Mvret had ihiw Iwoif my M)le bur"Now for the ftirt of Uie Barmecide,'" Tin re Hint myt ry Next to the lihrory. den. John Trelnwney. If w e could gi e the Mtiil I'ncle John, gayly. "Nol the tea tiutrii n living name, had in the northern wing, was u large cliimlr. corJ nrlul ii laid dow ti in the arrhitoct'k plan of n ci uhii(t to a kkrletou. withenl nml dnol up, a iiatnrnl a though it were tea, Thee Ufore lt nhntti-r- wer alwa)s kept hut ktlll alle 1 luul gixen Up all hope of cho, txi, what I the matu-- with my toothf t iIi'miI, and n light was wn there nil night rtvuM'itnting hlin heexerciKil overme Why, hong it' they're half gone. 1 sec, all ga hud U- - n a grim fn uuitinu. of the houlong In the uwl to remain after I lu keeping sans teeth, sans everything '' "L'ncle John," I inteir,sc,li "you must from n sm-il- l ginerator on the luul fel him with the Momnch tula) and Mt . me if 1 caution you to le careful about Thlk kolllary lump wa tllleil nnd and riMid an hour or to, w ith it lutUe of wine tniuimil hy my father or grandfather, oil l.fon- - mi' Uiouh I onlv kJltl a tin fir jounvtting. A your stomach lum I asrn ac mg kept lu Uie llhmry for the purji. No j .i Oneduy I had tftken a K.htary iunph- - customed solely to liquiil food for over the chum otu hut thev wa iillowd toi-ntilet, a (tvrinuii mugazinc rather, ami on eighty four years, solid matter might" years'" he burst l r w hlch wn kept and ch cnrrii'l glancing over it "liquid foml' eighty-fou- r 1 noticed n pner on a kev And Uirn- - tune n iiiy.no mnttir "Hypnotism," Tlie only Uiing iu it which out. "Now- wluit could lutvo led to tuch n wIhUht tlwv luul hrikfastl, dined or Rip-hI- . exclUsl me was a ktatemetit of Uio author mental vngary eveu in a dnnmt And knowor not, then- was n slight refection, not that there was no dlflicutty in arousing one ing this to 1st a dream, why cant I wake UHHighfor more than one, hrvught to the from the artificial slei-- provided the reverse myself!" eiUK-The supjs-passed off, though Uncle John milk or bouillon llhrnry. It pass,- were eontiuuisl without intermisKion, Mimrtiiing lliild They jkirtoik of it in and the operator luul faith in his own power would pause occasionally nnd tap hit head l and smile. Ho evinced signs of fatigue until mid an unconquerable will. the lihmrr dir then-posindisl And another "I know." I sniil, that I havo all Uie. will ' shortly after, and I led him to a chamber, my fnthir and gntnd-fathebnve lnvn when-- mslrted him to dirole, and left him. fart wa oliscrti-dliwrr In which the If one deficient, mid 1 will control this num. Ho The next morning, ntming bo was very nevi r went ahnwl weak. I had chocolate served to him in his went oirt, the other rematnel at home, it iihail awuketi " though to guard the Kvret of the chninW I making the reverse pnsx over the nmi. The servant wen- evidently puzzled, Connnilug this niystery Uiere wa miirh pntrati- - form, and coulinui! them without and I could fancy the below stairs jwrlia-men- t Hut they were well It wo a iutermisMion until my arms ached. Hut I In scksioii discussion ninong the t drilled, and evineisl no in our pri Hut. as kept on. ending intnt. tin me of among cUherl-iyo- r man, when 1 hupis-nis- l "You shnll awoki n," I said, and I mmntit. elice, and made no Inquiries a to how and me uttered n when this newly found relative hnd come to tin m it wiu not touched, and I only inferred Suddenly the ilgure ls a isitor Aliout 11 o'clock my guest rose, their Mikity the fiu-- t tluitwhen 1 npareil ih-- flgb. was hushed. It wa Tnore tlm How my heart thnibNsl' 1 continued the nnd 1 assisted him to the library, when we had bnsd;fust While wo wero iting Lo talked aUiut after my motlier'a dwith The pasv-s- , John Trelnwney opcncsl lilt eye, looked wiia starthsl by the scn'nms of u steam iikn somehow got ahnrnd Uiat the chnmlsT the rullway itv.ing wit hinVUO yards This leil to around, half elosisl his eves nnd fell I wick. 1 whl-tl- e of treu-ur- a wa it stort-houHut my grandfather, wine and thesit of huiglam. the lthrar) IiaMlig n run to the table, MUM a lifclass Tof my intense of the houv, Wha whntisthntr his jxninsl it who nla)k slept III "Oh. nothing.'" 1 wild, "but tho train. "Wi delight he swallowisl it, though apKireutly cabinet lislstoail there, shot one of the burgnnd lars, nnd the other eiissl After tlutt t'vre with dllllculty It wvmeil to invigorate him. lii" a railway crovsing over thec-tatof it mile from the n station within a He lutlf misisl himself, while 1 supjsirti-were no ntteiupts of the kind No I grew up, often wondiring nlxmt. but lum, and, hsiking lu my lace, said iu a thiu, hou. This was uu out train, nnd the engineer iilwayi silutes me." piping voice: never knowing, the scent of the do-e- d "Itallway! train!" " Wlierv am 1 1 W'lo aro you f ' nsiiii. I'lillUo tlie nt. I went abroad a The servants were lif tuning, nnd I cbanged Iroin the university, "I am tiuy Tn'lawnoy," I replusL dil, nnd, on my "lluv Tniuwney: Nons'iie: You are not tho subject by finding fnult with an ogg traveled in thl- ixnintry and I'un', in I was my brother: Ah'" he continued, looking which was overdono, When wo had lluNhcd which mcslo of aniiiking mjM-lI luul an ample allowance of around unil then ut mv. "1 v it now. This I took Uncle John into the library, got him mi easy ihnir. mid bunded him otic of the liionev, owned n fast horse, kept n )ncht. nnd 1 n driMUii:'" He IiKikcd ut it New York morning jkiikth. liinmvnt. until With that he cIomsI his oyi-s- . hoiiiu other tiling, not iiuite its title. I put him gently down mid procured anin nirinromciit, and of u nulil ilisiia 1 oxhmistiil the "Why, 1 never heard of it lefore," he said: my grandfather died, nnd I other gla of wine. "Tal.o this.Unclo John," tioti SudiV-ul1 slid, "and tho tyie is so small that I can't rend it. wnMcnllcd home. "it will do you good." "Ho calls me 'Uncle John,'" ho muttered. Oh, 1 m' White hair, wrinkles, thin leg, I found my father looking mom gloomy hlinaiid my gnuidfatliir "Just now he wuiiUsl to )fs for my brother weakness, KKr teith, and so failing sight is tJinii ever. Hetwi-1 wonder 1 mil not deaf.'thcn hnd always exlstiil an liitimncy m..re What a queer ilmiiu! Wine, eh Well, it iu keeping I took grandfather's spectacles from u brothur than that between does Miin natural iu taste." like tluit of He drank the wine, mid I supjiortisl him iu drawer. father and son. He aked me into the library "Try these," I said. ommsiii us I came, lookul the door and Isidu u sitting jioMiirv by piling the pillows, reinHe put them on, but shook his head. forced by a chidr at his Imek. Then, its it mo Iv soatiil Then he Mild"lVrluips you wero near sighted when you wa grow in,; dark, 1 drew n match from tho "Your gr.indfatlier'k dentil iirikct.it . were young," 1 said snlo and. after igniting it, lit the lamp. to imisirtto youughutly Mvret, whii-liWas! I mil near sighted." "What on curt Ii is t hat f" ho crust. "Did t'lroiigh precnutlon, should U kept by two. "Try tho-- e, then," and 1 handed him n pair I IiK)kil over our family you get light by rubbing, tho ends of your You Iwvo . then, tlien is no lingers! This is curtmuly tho tsuli-a- t drcaui used by my father. nisldisl. "You reinomU-r"Ah' thi-- do nicely, lct ruo foe! July that ever onteicil it man's, noddle." uccuiiutur the death of your That's futiuy. 'Hy telegraph, Lon1!, 1N-1 told him it was a trietiou match, and lit John, who mysteriously ill.ipiiiml don, July W The iuecn received tho AmeriThe reoMiii is that he another to show- how tho light was produced. rlghty yoir since Ho was very much uniUMed, and listened with can minister ut lkilmornl, to which ho hnd dioil nt all. Ho still llvit., If hN cimdi-tioncNi-a sardonic smile while 1 explained tho mode been Fiocially invited,' Ualmoral! tlio queen: may le coiislilervd life." Hut why not and, taking it key from his of iiuinufnctiuv and the materials uxsl, "Wo Queen of Cnglnnd, I Ho iim-tlm door of the gnvit room Hnd them indispensable when there nro not thokingl Halmorall whero tsthat" iKickct, o'iicd "It is Queen Victoria's scut lu tho only llros to nuiko, but so many gau Jets to mid entered, bidding mo follow. Tho chamber was long oud lofty. Thelloor which had lHit." "And who the 1 legyour pardon, but who "'(Jus jets!" ho Mild, inquiringly. oniv Ihh-i- i waxiil and Kilislul, had eviilently 1 said , "It is is Queen Victoria "Let mo assist you to dn-ss,and lioru on it neither cm-pneglis-tiilreigning sovereign, and "She is tho t bcdtimo. Wo will go nor rug. There wen) a half down of heavy, some hours yet till is morn comfortable." to succetshsl Willimn IV forty-soveyears chaim, an old fashioned Uible tho library, which old fashioned Ho hnd a diuril look as I said this, mid was SJ1KV," ami a heavily ornainenUsl with maniuntry "Oh, sho did, did she! and who wns "Will- 1 brought out a curtaliiisl ImiLsIimiiI. My father threw oldo still inoro nstotiUliod when lam 1VP trousx-rand a driving gown. the Ul curUiilih and jioiuttil to n form ujsou pair of "Ho wis Prince WUliam Henrj." aro tho things ixoplo "Ahl" ho said, "tiu-stholieil. "Whnt, that uiidshipmmi who gtit trounced ilrst I thought it was tho wax flguro of aro wearing now Jetfersoutan innovation. In Ilostoni Hut wheiv was tho I'riuco of At old man, but n wvond glmioo showed l'ahl where aro my breochesr" n very I went to Uie chiffonier In which his clothes "Wttlwr mo that Itbrcittheil. Tho eye wero cIomiI, "Ho succeeded his father, you know, as loss had been always kejt, and drew forth his tho faco wTinkhil and jvillid. It Gcorgo IV and died without is.sue." I found them literally riddled. n nuui whoo uninw-tio- n breeches. tiki-tluui its like ouo "No, I don't know. Hut 'by telegraph.1 "Undo John," 1 said, producing thorn, was iitiiily biiMMided. Tho fouturvs, in on get What does thnt mean, and how-do-) Unit "they nro ruined by moths." Kliitooftlw deep wrinkles, nnd tho fnct I "What!," ho said, "my licst breeches now s from London in u day Am I uxjiected the lower jsirtof tho fac-- wits hiildon by u bcliovo tlutt f Tho dream grows queerer Ion;; whlto lieanl, wcro thosoof tho Trolnw-noy- s cut up in this ay I What tho ohl but it's to all of w horn had marked and poouliar nil a dream, of course. Well, I'll try tho and queerer." tho action of tho electric teleI explained faces. I MinixiNod that 1 looked iuiiuiry, for others." liini's.-li"to tho trousers, but. graph, but ho did not seem to comprehend it, to my thoughts, though I Ilo thrust my father "Tho fantasies aro wilder and wilder. The tomsl uud bractsl then), put on tho dronslng luul slid nothing. lightning is nuulon courier; by and by it will of the- gown, iuid luuglusl. boen tho secret curso "This h euu vill "Thoy Hup nlsout my legs. Legs! Why, I bo bottled up for lanqis, and tho family f"" eighty yenrx, and will contlnuo Kaintouriiortrults." until that oor old fnuno xvtvira out. Como mn notorious for my muscular calves, mid "All tlint haj) been dono long since," I my legs look liko pijio bUjms. Now, what Uick to tho library and I will toll you all." "Hut tho Intraln id nearly due, mid tho evidence before me, nnd tho fnct could lutvo led mo to such a dream as thtsl I With you caa sco it from the told by my faUicr, whoso truth- - must huvo bocu talkiug of Jofforiou beforo I with this Held gloss wuk IN ARRAN. no on could doiilit, I wri firced to credit the story. Thus it was (luy nnd Jolin hml Wn very much nttAchcd to wicli other, uiul hm Uuy mrirried John still rnnnltieil In the house. They werow-heirs- , fnlne grand-mothe- r - I - !' ipu-ern-- Imlcony. There I hear it In the distance. You needn't rise, I'll whisjl your chair to Uie open window so." The train soon enmo In sight, dashed on. turned a curve, and we ctiulil hear it slow down an it approached the station. Uncle John's hnnds shook, partly with weaknis, artly with exiitemeut, but he seemed to have luul u giMl sight of the engine and cars. Ho sat there reflecting. How was I to impress him with the fact of his real condition! It would have tolcdone, some time or other. Hut would it overturn his reason? I mused over it. "Well, Nephew (luy, as you call yourself, whnt are you thinking onf "I'ritv," 1 returned, "do vou reinemU-- M. Dellll "Yes. where is lie tried to put me asleep, lut failed." "Uncle John, he did not fall. He r A FEW plimd, is it ANTIQUITIES. nr.roiiT says Unit at Alnwick Castle, En vat-- biken from t.n Egyptlun cttacorab, containing a mixture of resins that still send forth nn agreeable odor, although It is suid to be thrcu thousand years old. LEE V. HUFFMAN, aUROEON DKSTIsT, STASKORD, It D KlCNTL'CKV. Otfico oulh tide Miio, WK, AYRK'. to dourt hIiotc depot at J AS. O, OIVK IS, -fe- 0-- d cnsl Imck-war- U-iu- sec-oi- ul Llk-liin- l il gtl . tur, iliK-to- r llil s ey fl, a Hi-le- him-wlf- r J - t - 1 1 ln - ul-j-- t, Im-- gh-'in- s cnn-won- nt-ur- y r It-i- nt - 1 uiU-iluciprr-ml- ex-cu- r jgs I - ) s - . hi-ke- t , r ' togi-Uie- r - e . e, J . r i f .oury Public. Nr.ui the city of Home tho ruins of nn Etrucmi temple bus been found. Terra cottu figures and mosaics in great variety nlso tiiurul paintings together with fragAT: LAW, ment of the statue of the god of the temple AU fifth htrt-et- , were found within the old w.tll lines. Miimiioi was llrst known to Eurojicnns ICV. through Sir Walter Ilitleigh who, in IMfi, IU.hu-- s ) nrnl ,s, Oimi Blue used Home plunks of it in tepaintitf one of his vessel. The specimens thus carried to R. S. MAfcTIK. JNO. M. PKSKI.NS. England were iidmircd. but tlie wood was BuoniiKiD, Kr., .My, ls)7. hl not commonly used until over it hundred Altirlihl A Muriln lieg to Inform ihdr ianj years luter. (ncD(i inj iiiitoiu-rKhschn In firai name Tun ancients were acquainted with seven .MAHTIN V lr.lCKI.N. "He did, you sny. Thnt is a little hard to metals which they supjiosed to jiossess cerTns nrw firm tiop-- not only t ututn ths tain mystic rela'.otishlp with the planets, riclieve, even in a dream." lui- uf llicold. luatr "You have lieen aslcepcver since, mid were and were represented by the hieroglyphics proTPUiciiU in trie Im Inlcn Is to ol ttibm-c- nunr luauufmlurp which by which the planets were known. (Sold will m to thti lutensu ot our i mtouii-rs- . tVe will )ou." to until I was culled Sol or sun; silver, Lunn or dpTolPSc Ml tlUDtloo to our Natural Lraf hrandi "And for how many hours, prayl" moon: iron, Mars; lead, Saturn: copper, of Kmtuckj'k bfii Iraf lhnkin tou (ot aJt yean," You fell into nn hyp"Eighty-fou- r farura abd Mking tor a continuation of jour trade, Venus; tin, Jupitc; mercury, Mercury. notic sluinUr in lMW, and this is lsM." weremaiu, touc. Nkaiii y u century previous to the landfit of laughter; Uncle John broke Into a S1AHTIS A-- 1'KHK.ISH. ing of the Mayflower, In the year 1,V(0, but seeing my serious face, paused, and then deliU-raU-Jdo Vuscn, a Siwiniard, lauded on the bit his linger. S. C. "I shnll o awake pnntly," he said, look- western shores of the Gulf of Mexico, nnd ing nt his flngir. "And yet this jmin tell from there found his wuy into what is irnnti Tlie Spaniards settled in Mexico. evwaa, we all aUnii it " Santa Ke in l.Vfl, being over .'Ml years ago. 1 told him all, as I have written it, but Mt. Vornon, Ky. with more detail. Then I added; "Look at Several revolutions followed nnd they were yourself In yonder glans. YoXi have grown twice expelled from the territory: but they Offite tut d'Kir to Whllebrad'a Drug Htore. old during your artificial slumlier. Action finally got the mastery. Tlint same quaint Six-cI H'lriilion vltrD to dlteawi ol children. ha lieen suseiidl, but not the procise of rae of I'ueblo Indians form one of the cuC277-features of New Mexico life. Head the journal you have thrown rious Bcroiii: (he beginning of the historical down, and you will s that the world ha moved and you have not. Clasp my hand-th- ere, iieriod, considerable skill in rope making t is that not flish and blood real mid hod been acquired, so hut it must lie classed umong the oldest of the urts. The existing not visionary MT VERNON, KY. "And Tom Jefferson has not been just relics of the undent Egyptians include sculptures showing the process of manufac n Thlaoid and Hotfl ti nlll main- elected, and the country ruined f" years "Mr. Jefferson, after serving two terms, ture practiced more than 4,(J people ngo,- lalnlnolta In. rinul.llfin fh.iju .u.hn.kl. rep, , publlc died many ytnrs since; ami the country, while the oldest records of that l0 lUr e rojie of preat srrcnjrth. after going through two foreign and ono resent Jf. P. XKIFIOttn, Pro'r, Flax and the fibers of the ditto tree were ' Mt Vernon, Kj. domestic wnr, is now at eace and prosjr-ou- s, for these with Its Urritory extending from Uie employed of unimitls rotics, but grasses and among were probably the hides Atlantic to Uie Pacific." the first materials used "And brother (5uyr -- mau. volume of jiortionsof A theGopels I Wok down Uie family record and showed recitoil during the mass in the time of St. him Uie m-orfnm Guy V, boru April 3, Murparet, Queen of Scotland, was lucly ITTO, ti Guy VIII, born Mry 1, 1W0. purchasisj by the lksllliui Library It is The truth to possess Uie old man's said to have been the pioperty of the Queen mind. He looked at his bauds mid feet, felt in the year KWI. and from it page in the bis Uvird, and his countenance assunusl a "Life of the Queen," hy Turpot, compared liKrv of extreme terror. Would he go mail I with an incription in the volume. It Is clear Suddenly he burst into a flood of tears, uud thnt this very book was believed to have I felt relieved lK?en the subject of a miruclc in having "This this is cruel," he said, nt length, leen immersed iu u river for it considerable with a sob. time without receiving Injury. The MS. "We did all we could, Uncle John," I wa subsequently in the possession of Lord pleaded. William Howard, of Nuworth, who gave it "Yes, I know I know. Hut to keep me In Us present b.,.ding. a living grave, to wake old, decrepit it was E3.!si rf ?"WT A MAIDS OF OTHER LANDS. letter to have let me die while I was unconscious, I am weak I would like to lie Tnr. maids of Holland are said to be the down." "Do so, Uncle John, you will l letter by perfection of neatness. Their kitchens nrc as spo'.less us the parlor, and in cleaning dinner time." I assisted him to his chamW, where he they poke nnd blow into the cracks and corlay down on alouifge, and 1 left bini to bis ners, uid are tireless In their raid upon dirt. repose. NEAHi.r nil the women of Turkey use toJust before dinner I sent Peter to his room bacco in some form or other. One of the to bid bim prere for the meal. The servant came Imck. "The ohl gentleman seems chief nmusemeiits of the young ladies of He told me to that country is the smoking of cigarettes. n little out of his bead, sir Should be ucd a few roonthi before confinement. All ruilwuv trains and boats there hue put n tiuder lox on the mantel shelf " End for book "To Moirans," mailed free. smoking compartments for ladies. I found I hurried to tho chamber, where S&asruLD RiQCUiTon Co., Atlanta, Ga, girls become matured nt an the old man muttering to himself. I spoke Alikn enrly uge, being considered women when to him, saying that dinner would soon be but thirteen years old. They nrc described ready. symmetrical and dove-eye"You ore there," he said, "and you come ns ! to tell me this is no dream, and I am a hun- and are noted for their modesty. Their garb is primitively simple uud Is worn with dred mid twelve years old." Then be stared vacantly, and worked bis a native grace. McmiY England's mnids arc lacking in one Angers in a convulsive way. Th Knbe, the famous Deck i sent at once for Dr. Quitman, our family little restieet, and thnt is a disregard for the er A Son, Ihn popular aod reliable Crerett. The A Warren, and of their teeth. If they lose n celebrated Cloua-tbe John tbe appearance physician, while I managed to Church A Cu's old man to get to lied. When the physician tooth they urc never in it hurry to have it came, and Iwfore be saw bis patient, though replaced even though It be a front one, but go nbout with n gup in the teeth seemingly I gave him none of tho previous facts, I stnU-Any ooedealrlng an elegant and durable and regardless of its unsightllness. that this was my Inatrument will do well to examine o ir say that the sewing girls of Gerthat be was 11'--' years old. Dr. Quitman im ctitsin tvar Rgenta for the looked surprised at the relationship, and tbe many huvo numerous difficulties to contend pricn Joau Church A Co, and will our Plaioa lot fTen lean, and our Urgaua gleam In bis eye show ed that be doubted tbe with". Their wages ure barely sufficient for subsistence and lodging, leaving all neces- lor De jfari Toe Eferett PUuo uud tbe Cloub ago given. He went with me to the chnmlier A barren Drgin ate the and mot reliable and mode tho customary examination Uncle sary incidental excuses, including clothing, iDtiruments innujc'ur-- i. Ojr lUKtruueau John answering his questions in monosylla- to be provided either by a girl's family or can be teen at tbe imiottice in St nfmd, where through indejiendent effort of her own. In Mini How Kicbaida will nut prlct-s-, He bles, not always us though be perfectly unPrraona who nare purcbaani itiet Ini rumenta the larger cities this condition leads to derstood. will ie.tlfy loihelrdiiratillltj aud elegant hulth. "Well, doctorf 1 inquired, when be had frightful suffering or degrading immoral- Wn will It 'kind to aerte tbe publli, ai.d guaran ity iiiiiu tion ronio out. Elder W. L William, nf Huitonillle. alao Thk French woman has a genius lor cook"Ho is certainly very old," reflied tbe the John Cliurib A Co , uud will be plea, physician ; "ho may le close upon 1W. There ery, ur.d is thoroughly awake to the fact to aerve bla friends uo disease tho powers of life nrc simply thut ft is r. kkI policy in married life to sec S, It A' Ij.J t.iHUi, Agenu. is KKPKKKNCKs: giving wny. Uy a careful administration of that her husband dines well. The politics John D. Carpenter, HuilonTille; J M Klmore, rtimulnut I should recommend Huxham's of matrimony is u science inborn in our Let it French woman be rich or Stan ord, James j aaler, Jtaolord; J M fnlllpj, tincture and by judicious nourishment, you women K. Menu, Himiforu; Mn. Fannie may prolong life n little, but ho will prole poor the mistress of a mansion in the Stan'oid; A. Fans, Lmatr; i.andrHm, Lanrailer; llfth-fioo- r little CbarleaSaudidge, Gen W J Citj; W, M. I'.Tue, fade out iu a very few days.'' Champs Klysees or of a jioor ubly .luuctlon Anil be diiL On the third day, growing flat ut Montinartre or Batignolle& sho has Hrmcbemlllc; Mia. E M. Cariiter, Manford; without any feeling ulways the charm of femininity. Sho is al- Mra. M'ggl-- Holmee, Crab Orchard; J. T lyr weaker, mid upjuu-entl- y ll3 Laui.iter nwny. 1 had my fluger on ways' smart, always ulert, and has a little of jmin, he jts-s- l It was very weak and slow. A I Uut'tering. bustling way with her that is his pule. ull stood there Lo muttered, and I stoojicd to bound to keep invake your interest In afshe does, hhe may bo sometimes a little listen. He murtuuied never vulgar. Sundays fected, but she 'Guv, it was iu n'al you can havo no nnd holidays sheisdresses still n little more idea" appears than usual, but Here he slopied. I pressed tho artery, but eleguntlySunday clothes. she never to be in It had censed to U'at. Thomas Duuu EngLouisville & Nashville R. R. lish iu Tin Independent. FROM FOREIGN PARTS. THK UKKAT AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS LOUIHVIbLE, (IHS-lr.- ." it s , lUir-ctfu- ll; Ca-bit- DR. DAVIS. now-Ne- Physician and Sur tf to-da- r well-mad- ei,, in sk-uus-I MOTHER8 vv.z I - ffSPIiDS d n inu-rlc- al Hei-oht- s war-ra- ni bt lf d Wal-tai- e. L.&JN. repi-atci- l - 1 neci-s-Kir- le o - n e, sup'. The Vortex of City Life. A Boston nowsjiaper tnnn says that tho reckless and ignorant way in which country girls iling themselves into tho vortex of city lifo is remarkable and startling. Ono girl who llototi without n cent, ling asked what she had expected to do, said: "I don't know, but 1 supposed there might le some hotel near the station w hero 1 could go, and they would bike mo in mid let mo work for my iioard until I got u place." Another, showing llfty cents, all tho money sho hnd, said: "There, that's nil tho money 1 have got; do you supjioso there is any house iu Doston where I can sbiy tho night for that I I suppose 1 am sure to get work Others huvo said: "Oh, wo nro goiugtoask soino no ut tho station what w o had better do." It is proKsed to establish n society to protect such foolish young women. Sun. New-Yor- Li than flCKiAKi.CdO were spent on the Suez canal, while tlie I'umimu canal has already cost J'.'",U.iO,(0 and Is likely to fall through. te THROUGH TRUNK LINE High-luiuLs- ." a Is-c- f pn-sen- u s nx-mo- Another Lincoln Anecdote. Seymour Curtis is ono of tho characters of Stratford. Ho went to the warns flfex. He comes to Bridgeport every day, and on his last visit told tho following anecdote, never beforo printed: Uunng tho presidential campaign of ISM, when John C. Fremont was tho Hepubllcan nominee, Mr. Curtis, in comiiauy with James Booth, enmo to this city to hear Lincoln speak. As Lincoln stcpjxxl ujion the plutform to licgln hts sjiooch Booth called to Curtis, "What n homely maul He's tho homeliest rami 1 ever saw I" But us Lincoln talked nnd wnxed eloquent, Booth brought his clenched fist down on CurUs' knee (and tho latter said ho hit hard) mid said, "Seymour Curtis, bo is not mi bad 'Ookiug after all ! Ho grows handsomer nil tho time." At last, with a sledgo-lmmm- blow of his fist on Curtis.' knee, llooth Bxclainied, "Curtis, bo's tho huudsom-,- t mau 1 over saw." Now York Tribune. Jlrs. .Mulocu-Cral- Sh Sho wrote plain, simplo English. never uwil a long word If n short ono would do as well, and sit never took n foreign word that has mi equivi luut in her own language Tho Athcniuum. that it CitiNi.sC ladies no longer regard small feet us fashionable. Most of the ladies of the flowery kingdom now have feet projior-tioiniTTITH in size to their bodies. Tun severe dog law in Bavaria has been Pullman Palace Sleepers. the means of virtually stamping out hydrophobia in that country. During the past LolllMYllitt seven years there have been only three to XitsdMille, deaths from hydrophobia out of u popula .11elllllllM, tion of six millions. Atliiiitti, A iilctst attempt to introduce gambling .llonlKuiiiery, games into Heligoland has been frustrated liltllu Hock, by the Governor, who is represented as it Mobile ami etv Orleans). man opposed to any nonsense. All participants in the games wero heavily lined and their implements cremated. Only one clirtoge to points in Anew plan for educating his people up to tho stiindard of civilization outside his own domain has boeu adopted by the young Emjieror of China. A .number of distinguished scholars will bo sent to different parts of the world us eorresjioiidents, to rt eeeklUK homes on tne line of tbis road will recelTe special rates. on the progress of other nations. sverSee Agnntsof tbl Company tor ratee, routes Theso scholars will receive fixed salnries Ac,, or write C. P. ATMOHE, U. P. A T.A., uud will study with tho object of becoming Louisville, Ky members of the nobility of Chinn. Tun wife of Viceroy Li, of China, recently paid it visit to the foreign hospital for womund showed much sympaen ut Tien-Tsithy with the iHior patients, When sho cainu out her chair was surrounded by crowds Who do not take the llcnilil uud Pre. of wretched looking women and girls who begged for alms. Lndy Li ordered her attendants to distribute money to all alike. Situmpa t rive Tho Incident is reirurdod us noteworthy, as Chinese dignitaries heretofore have paid. littlo heed to charity Samrle cop-- of that paper and a beautiful No toi hist in England can carry a black tmveling-b.iwithout running tho rislcof beiug exiimiued by tho police. This is there-su- it of tho presence of dynamiters in that inches. Size country. A Fivnco artist, u lady, went to names and nddresie of ten or mora Or tho Isle of Wight on it visit, taking with her l'reibitvrlans of diRermt Inmllin who do not now take the paper, aud recelte the Calin her satchel some clay to bo used in makendar and sample copy free. Semi nl one-- . Jlputlon namuof church and pastor, and nay ing her models. The polico fouud tho clay here ynu taw this Addrraa and believing it to bo u "high explosive" UKUALIt AMI I'ltt'AIIYTEIt, (X Ke tLii iraur, Cikci.nj.aii, shut the lady up for four days in tho polico stittlou while tho stuff was uuulyzcd and its harmless uuturu ascertained. SOUTH "& WEST Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS re-jo- PRESBYTERIANS SEND FOR. A. One-Cend g Calendar for 1888 fir SOMZ rtACE --1 CUSTOMS. Hhqt m mConstiiiMunV.o require that nn abumlir.uv of sweotmo.Us and refrosh-inent- a be i hit licforo all vHltora, whethor old or new iic-- i mintuncos. of Chir.n U bitten by a Wiir.v a in.- mad dojf. atnl the symptoms of hydrophobia present them jelves, the poor follow U, ti e.ts'.om In smell cuhu, oluined up by hi hand'' i id feet till death puts un end to his sufreri:: ;h MuiitH ..mSfticrlii is In reality a buying and soiling opdrution. .Sheep, cuttle, cum-oltltvurmi ir any thing of value the bo'.weon oonMiloni tho contruetlnu ' pxrtie to These npeuinetit r, are solemn and lusting hot s, 1 in wvJ-iljnj.'- -. s. In the Cit." of Mexico every body Uvea over a shop, if the house be two stories, or uie tho lowor floor lor stabling the horses, quartering tho servant, etc. Kvun tho mUllonuires often lent tho ground lloor of their swell residences for busiucss pur-jme- s. ' TiiinF.TW women, when their houses, 8tne.il' their faces over with a dark, sticky substance. It is said th.it they do so in compliance with a certain Lama, King 'Nomohkhan. in order to protect their morals by .nn.cing them look ugly when iu public. With us an actor ieaks liia side speeches nloud; the Japanese express them by pantomimic gesvjres while an invisible singer singi thera. accompanied by the orchestra. It is the l'ldiug ftumusen plavor best to be co.:i;ured to our tir.U violinist who sings these s.olo in a strong tremolo voice. parricides, matricides and In China husband-killer:- : nro executed Ui u low and horrible manner, by tho "lingehe." The culprit is nod to u rude cross and literally cut to piit.es the eyelids, 110,0 and ears being cut 1 IT. Tho number of cuts are regulate 1 by the magnitude of the crime, from eight ; j one hundred and twenty be ing made, the last one through the heart Euisoi'K.ws uncover the heads us a token of respect or reverence, Orientals never uncover it, and the Turkish umbassador is allowed to tctain his fez even in tho presence of Hei Majesty. In church all men's heads aits bjro; In tho synagogue i' is considered wrong to remove the hat. In China to uncover tho head is a mark of disrespect. To salute with tho left hand is a deadly insult to Mohimmdans iu tho East, and for this the 11 t ive commissioned officers of tho Indian tr' in giving the military salute conllned it .0 th sword held iu the right hand without at tho same tinio raising the loft hand to the forehead, u.t in "the ordinary English Mo.utt'. g 1 THE ROUND Or MIRTH. A m iiu idea of capital punish" mout is having to sit with tho girls. An ubsrnt-mine- d secretary was ho who called his own name ut and uon receiving no resiwnso marked lumsolfub-scu- t. roll-call, "Do lot- find fault with tho h.wh, Mr. Slowpayf" asked the landlady. 'Ohr no; it's only tN) contents I am criticising, my dear mad int." A ckiitm.v savant claim that the earth is gradually contracting in size. This may account for some people's houses projecting on tho adj jiuing lot. Little Shtku "Ilobble, why are peoplo who go tip in balloons called aeronauts I" llig "Hecause, goosle, when they go up they are not suro whether they will stay in tho air or not." A Lilies carriage manufactory received a letter Inquiring tho "priso of a charraghe," Upon notifying the writer of their Inability to under ttaid tho request, tho house received the explanation that tho letter was written by u "wro clurk," and that they his ignoruntz" and "pleaso must send tin priao of a to hoarsj fambly ker- e " " -. Hill, John J 'i JO " .... Hubble, John 1 " 8 50 " ' Hutchison II. 37 75 Huffman, Mick making c ftlns 2 50 Hunt, Marlou 1 day'a hauling Hooker, JeseA Co Mil jr. account 2 r Court Hlatl, T. J. keeping paurers tli Ot'tnl-eAllowed 71 i'J 7S Hlgtn, W. II. mercbandUe account of Olaiuif), 1SS7 H.syden, J W, home for election - 4 3 HIatt B I)! day's hauling 1 tTATE OK FESTUCKV. Pet " " ) 3 Hubble, Lerl 2 C UMV OF LINCOLN. " 10 The fo'!owln Is a List of the Claims that were Ueltu, Samuel 4 " " HiT, to 3 Hays. James C. 2 " at the October dun ot Claim wl- f12 53 Howard, M. Jr. 5 day's plowing T !W S A lams, Overton, three days' hsullnj 8 74 Same. JVi day's plnwlnit S T. Alfotd, limw, IS days haulln. 10 Hill, Billeyl day's hauling SO 00 rvlces to ptupers A corn. Ir. Kd. " " 6 Hlll.ll.ffM i S CO A dersoo, J L. 2 days hauling ' 3 Hlgglus, W. H. 2 " : M Holmes, Mrs. Jue Adiius, J W , Sdays haulln? v ... 2.JM 17 111 no -atue, tu.rclisnllse itcount S J5 HockerA Bright, luercttand'.le acount .. T 40 Adams, O. A., 3 days baullEJ 2 Hocker, W. D clerk of election 3.1 0 Adams A Owens, tudie met 4 Hansford, W. O. Judge of 10 10 Albm 't, I'r all, making coffins 2 Harris. M J clerk of election i JO Helm, S C rued. er to Jno. Crwnter Ah zander, Tilfurd.l da a hauling II 50 S tf hauling ' Bob Loiaa Baiuh. U. A , H 12 Same, 5 Si Palley, W. C, rndse sect " " Oeo. Williams .. 1150 same 6 co Bailey, John, holJIng tciueat S 75 ... Hlll.T. D IS diy's haullug 5 ?ame, 2 daya hauling 201 70 James, J, W. merchandsie acconut 2 00 Beaaley, K B.. S bojrs Uiullug " " 475 0 Jaraea, Oeo. W. ' Jdler. Christian making cotha Hsuie, curlins for paupers 3 Bruce, J K , days hauling.,... 3 75 Jones, Joea.t Bro. today's naullng S 4 M " Bourne. John, 3 daya hauling- ....... Jones, C. N. I .' -' 71 5 Basiln, James, 2d,ja hsulltw Johnson, J. M. D. S actount - 8 &i 5 00 Batilu A Collier, 2 daya haul ng ... 6 10 Johnson, W. D sheria ot elect.oa 9 00 King, B. B. Lumber tor Hoi 3 75 Bailer, J P., fee bill J 9 0. It! 25 Am e, fee bill Dr. Thos. B. med. serrlces psupers 9 DC same " " 6 25 " 'a me, ' 1 10 " . Same, Lamb, Joseph I day's hauilog 8 W Lynn, Blaln, John, fee bill - 6 J. E Iaiuest 18 1 Same. fee. bill Lackey, W. SI tree used on county roJ... 2 50 3 7 Lain, KansvM ll, day's haullug lDt a aan, J. F I days hauling . I W Land, J. T: 10 " 2J ttaughuian, HenJe sou, house.for eUctlot.. 10 00 " " 2 50 Harnett, Kolrt, I daya hauling Uckey. U A. 1 IS Lynn, John (r. 1 ' ' 50 Bo'iine, M I, , mde. acct 2 50 days hauling 5 " " Btu h, E. 0 LlTlngston. J it , 2 S 75 5 " Benedict, Oeorge, l4 da) a hauling " Lytin, Crmlg,2 7 50 " 5 " Hlitnp, Samuel 1 " Logan, Wui 2 5 00 " 5 6'i Beck. William, 2 Lrach John H sheria of election. Boile. John A., pup't Couiuion Schools- - .. 600 00 Lane, J. M Jul ge of elrctloa - 2 2 10 2 Barrow, K E , Judge eltctlon Lane, O. M. clerk ot elcllon 4 03 " fcrlgbt.Jobn, 5 Moore J J. 2 days hauling 2 00 " 3 " Bruce. I. M . aher'tl Morsn, Josph 2 2 0 " " 5 Baailu, M.S, judge Myers, F. B. 2 1 00 ' " 5 bastln. O. W., " Mole, George 2 2 00 " Baugh. D A , clerk 2 30 " Martin, J. M 1 - CO Moore, Oreea medical srlcea to paupers .. " Bullock J M..juJg II ) 00 7 SO Blaokenihlp, S. F. Judge election Moore. Pan O. I days bsullog (0 " 5 Blanienahlp, T S . Moore; Jas F. 2 days hauling " BUhop. Joilab, Mulllns, K. B. medical serrlces to paupers. 30 SO 7 50 . Cook, s U , hauling on ounty road McKinney; Geo. 3 dsys hauling. " 3 73 Moore; In? II lh Curtis Wui ,2 dafj hauling " 3 Carrier Stephen, use ot ahop for election Moberly, Charles i IS " 3 75 Myers, F. L Ik Carpeutcr, J . B , llery bill " Carpenter. Dr J. It., medical aerticea to 7 50 Manual; Thomas 3 7150 MldJIetoo, " 3 A.2 lln. Warner 9 same, ratoical erlce to Mrs Warner, i SO Myers; John Y. Ilsery bill 100 Mry Jones . same, IS 60 Menefre; J. S. Ie bill . 'Squire Ulgglne- - M " " same, 37 90 Metcalf A Foster tuerchanlls account 19 John Carpenter, " " Same, 2 So Montgimery, Wm. days hauling 2 JO laiter deorgeL , 2 daya hauling ........ - 3 Martin; Wm. 1 days hauling . 3 .... Carsuu, W, CVidaji hauling I 73 Moore; James A. lumber 5 . Caldwell, U. W. 4 feoUi lumter 8 Minks; J, II. merchandise 10 5, Caldwtll, D. W., making coftijs. Ac 5 Martin; K. F 2 days hauling 3 LoBy, Joseph, 2 days hauling 6 Moore, r. G house for election 7 tO " " 3 drier, 1'. W ., S Martin; John G. 2days hsullng 73 " " i Cuoley, Wai.t 1 " 7 SO ;s McKltrlck; M. F. $ 8j LIST OF CLAIMS, at 1 ,lwl iii per-hou- kpr Vandereer, D. W , md acct VaruuD, T. W, county Judge Wright, W. H. I daya hauling Withers, S. L. 2dars hauling Wine, .?. clerk of flection Walton, W. V. printer's bill Wolleman, Joeph, 1 days turning Wade; J. E. 3 hours hauling Withers, C. C. 2L, days haallng Watts, J, H md4 acct " Walton. T. It. " " Warren, A. A " Wilcher A lay, bridge luuiber .. Watls, W. O. brldgf liiiubr. Wearen, .Milton, hauling luiub. r, White, I. M 2 days hail Inc .'. Whltt, Cilvia 3 iliys hauling Wright, John Ik diss milling ... . 45 65 7S) 2 30 . 3 4 i 9J FURNITURE STORE 9f,lCK HUFFMAX, l'roprleior. 5 2 6 3 IS Si 2 30 I 3 12 "0 So 10 7 1 s .. 7 Yowell, F, M tuda Young, il. P. 2 days 11tflni1.il. Inuluij .. . 3 2 s 7t dame, 2 days liiullug 2 .so 2 SO 1 Youug, John I days hauling . .... ., Zanoue, (Vesloy J4 diy hauling.. s: is Jr Total V t ' ".' ) STATE OF KKNTCCCY. ft OLNl Y OF INC il.N I Geo, B Cooper. Clerk ol tn Lincoln lountv Court, 1I0 certify thai Ibe f.revolug Is a true list of i theOc obir term IS47,lrom the Claims the records of hit ora Wltncuiuy nand as I rk -aforesaid, thlf November It!, sXII COO'KH, aIlol Br. Will alwn-- Iihv en linud n largo nut! hoIcc'I line r I tirnj-tn- r niul HiulorUker'M jnnlrs. My privet will he hh low hsi miivIi Kootlx van he hiiir,lit In the cilleM. Oive me n irlttl and jon will be ceiiTluce4l that I Mill lower than the lowem. - Uli, .TACI4TNOX r . B. RILEY, Proprietor. Tlnirniirglilr llcmsvnlnl W fRpYALW:'.'!) LONDON. KY. HOUSE, WOOD WALLACE, dttteisors niul ,. 1 1 i IHiptiliir llotifjr, raiifiiiiiiitilr prlrsfi Itny nml nliclil tnliif isrr met tj- polltr I'orlpra f till 207-t- iiIhIkmI llirourtlKMit Itrfur. Kurt-niu- 513 to Wallace A Iji bran, 4th St, Louisville, 7.. , I'lnst-rli- l THE GENTS' FURNISHER A.M AOi:.MS I'ttll I.VOI i.MIMU.lS MIWDICY. in: DE. W. B. PENNY, t a 11 aV. 1 0 rt DEN'TIdT, . ICn t ttlty MISS SALLIE IIABRISON, a Puti hating ba Ageory la Cincinnati, aid all nrdett to tir at 127 WmI stb itrfl. win perHiai !.! prumpi attenlion. sne win mak a spnislty ol Drf-a-a lull will oidrs bir Furniture, Car-wt- s sndln fart evrtyiailig oue n ult wlsn Tan atMnag uf tne ladles ol tills il'iu so.Kltvd Cs3 M9 Formrlyol dta'ifoid. ornl iil, irrl rftH ,:.tf frcllly POWDER Absolutely Pure. Kx; Wall dtrwel, Hew York M.andltoSr neceuarv OrBie ou Lancaster street, cett door to Ihtii. OrSce hours from i to 12 a iiih JoiRNaLorSce M. Anesthetics administered whet HS4-lyr- .t anillatXJSKY. lam dally opening au line of "prtiig duuimer Jltiitnery, ludu Hog all and 3 G. A. BENEDICT MlMOItn, & CO., 1 Thlst powder never varies. A marvel of purity ( strength and wholpeomeneu, 'More economical than the onllnsry kinds, and can not be sold Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. ronipetlton wlibtbe multitude of low teat .short weight aium or phosptiaiaf p,idrs oldonly la "Wells Drlllel to order an I pumps furmlihid cans, RoraLBaniNii PowoKa Ce, 243-- 1 f at factory prlcn. KDTI'CKI. The Latest Novelties of the Season. Also Notions, such aa Handkerchiefs. Collars and Colli Kucntog. CorsvU, ButtlM, Von ic will And me at the rooms laUly vacatfl by dull-l- e ,S Warisa, th- - Mr.r. Il.iuw. to nest l2-2- KATK DlDDKItAH. LOUIS SCIILK(JKL, E H. rox, ICY. Carson, vm., W 1 ooper, K. H., Xfi A. tt., Caraou, Jaa , J4 CoQman, Wm., 6 Carter, L. Carter, ?. 0,4 &K " " " " " " " " " " - Florence Washing Machine. t have bought the right to sell the Florence Washing Machine and am now prepared to famish all who may with to save their clotOM fru.i the rubbing and tearing lncl lent to the old pr ocffwof waanlng. Take one and try tt and be convinced. I'll not worry you shout buying unless you are fully satlfSedastoltsmeriU. The undersigned, having purchased the Floreace Washing Macnlne, and alter a thorough trial, we Uke pleasure In adding our ImtlNivMiy as to its worts, and without hesitation pronounce It a success In every psrtlcular, doing all that Is claimed for It. Wm Daughsrty, J. W. Wallace. Dr. Bourne. Mrs. d. P Halter, A. C nine, Bill Pertlna Lws Dudderar, J. E. Lynn, L L Dawson, C Vannoy, Hells-laMrs. Amsods Peak, Georte Peyton, Ale C U Fieldi, Albrt Cimien. dim Raines, R. Barrow, A. M. Feland and manr others E. PJKOTOGKAP1IKU, OA.WILIaE. Haireuotnlto hlseVaartt , 1 lu uu U 73 m.i " todey, Carder, 6. Cooper, " it., luinlshlng ahep H. a., 1 das nauiUg 2 '' " ' -election -- i Geo. W. 3 McRoberu; O. T. .'H McCormack, W. C. 2 MiCormack, ' 7 SO .. 3 75 3 12 7 30 2 3 . McKee,Kufus2 McKoleru; P. M. prosecuting Rice Hwker McMullin; W. B. 2 days hauling " " " ... - Cairier, s.il., 1 CoiTe, J.M., 1 Crow, Henry, 1 C'ruu, Jaa., ' " " " C'urtis, Moiiioe, 1 Cooper, Ueo. 15., Kee Bill...... Cauiueu, " " " " - ridge," cou, A. O , chrrid ilifcctlou..... Judge Kui.t,, huctlou KoiiKlir vrore a crimson scarf Coraltij through tho rye. rhere was Farmer IJrown's young bull . Standing idly by. Roailer, you may have guessed tha reit; Drop sllen tear. "Duad, by gosh," said Farmer Drown "Th it makes threo this year1" 8tJNiiY-iH(vL "Who can tell mo unv thing about Peter!" Little girl (with avidity) "I kin '" "Well, then, whut do you know about Peter, my dearl" Little girl (reciting) "Peter, Peter, pun-ki- n eater, had a wife an' couldn't keep her; put her in a puukiu hhell, uud there ho kepthor very well. Sociktv item by IllllJfyo: "Tho season at White river will bo unusually gay this winter, and soon there will be one continuous round of hilarity, iudigostiou, mirth, colic and social hatred. Hod Horse, tho smoke-tannehorso tiddler maestro, will play and call off again thin winter for grub dunces and jack-rabbgorges as uauul." , TnvciiKR d gur-man- n, it rtlBd. Curtis, J. T.. Cler collier, J. a., C'lert cummins, 11. T , Judge C'vffaj, J. M. Judge Carrier, s. M.,ohenl! Crow, O. J., Sheriff .uuipiou, '. A., Mdse. Acwuut...... U. H., County Attorney I Nunnelley A. T. lirery bill . Nunaelley, Kobert 4 days hauling . Sewland; O. P tottacco poor house 2 50 . Napier; Thomas 16 hours hautlpg 2 it' Kate 2 days ... ll', 64 Napier, Mrs D. fee bill hauling Newland.T 2 . Nunnelley; L. B. 4 days hauling. 2 " Newlaud.A.C. I 4 a Xunaelley; A. T. repairing cots, 4c 'i Newland, U. P. 1 days hauling - 4 " New .and, A. D 1 4 Fewland, O. P aberifl of election 2 11 Owens, 8. M. jailer's foe 2 SU U'Bannon; W. B. med. services to paupers bO 3U dame, medical sersices to paupers - i " McCormack; E. i McKoberts, C. C. sheriff ol election " . McGuffey; Jessejodge 6 23 3 3 10 5 3 2 s 4 Tit. A iiicnjto!ti, K:mcKr. Photographs in all styles and sizos. In aw.u.ua au TnJi- - aua. uu. TnV Water Colors w.iuu r'rajies sol Slits Jst very Pr.Wn , uu iifia IfMfvJ n."5""'V" !?""..-- P'Wtl auioarapns til nilltlSClljn guar- nsw hull ling opp.1-si- u the pMt iflce and Is twiier thso ever prepar- IO SISS. - New designs la loe Prices. (Ml.ty. Livery, i Training, AND Feed. - 2 30 a ou 10 10 25 2 3 13 20 10 2 30 9 75 2 30 2 SO 1VOTICE. To tho Cltizon SALE STABLE! Having Headusrters at Jf. d. d. Myers' store. ' KI.KIS. VARIOUS KINDS. noted actor, w.u accredited with the assertion that tho only man who ever tool: to the sea from choice was N'oah, and ho d:d so because ho would have been drowned if ho remained on laud. " Say, fr. Heau, are LiTTi.K you a doctor!" Mr. Heau "No, mybpy, why do you ask!" "Cause 1 heard pa say Bissy'.s beau had an ugly skeleton iu his Fop.ft, the " 1 " dame, Dawson, L. L., Judge of election Drye.JohnF., " dame, clerk of election U iJaugheny, W. J , Holding Inquest . Padgett, G. A. Judge ol e'eulon 10 Drjr, l. U., making CotHus " PollarJ, P. T. sheriff 7 til Dilllou, W. K, Lumber lor Couuty Koad Portman, M. C. Urery bill 11 . name, Lumber fjr County briogeJ. Plumruer, James hauling paupers 1 baugnerty, Jamea, Lumber days hauling Plum mer, 3 " Doud, Wm., 2 days haullug Perkins, Wm. lVt 2150 Petrey.Joel 3 " Uouglssa, John, 1 day's hauling 8 75 JJudderar, Jamw,3H daj' hauling Powu, Jonn T. keeping pauper child. ..... d Uaslson, O. 51., prosecuting Ike Logan ... Pettus, J. D. medical services to paupers .. 40 " " " 10 ... Dllllon, V'. K. Lumber dame, 30 5 IMlliun A MeiTln, Lumber Peyton, Ed. 2 days haul. ng 3 75 Dunn, C. L.day'a hauling Peuuy, A. it. drug account 13' AL-'. Pevton,J F. med. services 10 Mrs. Hughes 3175 Dlillun A Melsin, Lumoer if" 60 Pawell, B. F. 3 days hauling 7 50 Dudderar, John. Iday'a haullug SJ 03 Pleasants, K. U. 1 " 2 50 Dllllon, W. B Lumber 3 3 75 Peak, Mrs. A id an J s days hauling ....... Dea, B., Coffins tor Paupers 4 13 Jo m Padgett Wm. days naullng Dye, DaTld, CotSns for Paupert " 3 Kuisell, M S. i 5 Duddtrar, W. M , 2 day'a hauling foor-nous- 1ju 'ii f es,"jJr., e faysiciaa 7i 50 Same, " " " ..... Z-- 2 40 47 40 31 10 50 34 2 2 2 40 3o 50 1 50 3 3 73 7 30 So 12 "SANITARY" Scotch Wool Underwear ! rsntl the stable on Opot street, I am preparrd to train and hrak hat- -- on reaaonable County Court day trade sollrllHl Having recsntly Mtuipped s;fln lloller SHU the to not dunbrd ttat we defy any Mill to OtIS II. CM . . fUal Inquallty of dour, we think the cltlsans ol ' in, aunlord. lij. thecounty should have county pride enough to! eVe wish u In-- I and sustain the same orm whom It may concern that wa are la the I market to buy your wheat and rorn and will al- ways give the highest market prlee lor urns, We ave added some new machinery ko oar corn weal : department and csn now make meal la suit any I SlalS NT , HICIIlID.XIl KX rson It csnnoi re eiialrl hy any otner Mill in i this vicinity We aolLu a trial In our flour and ' meal departBient. All having grain In our line lor sale will (.tease csll at Mill, where our agant trorago! Table ran r.a Muml .1 all IIiiiim. vhn will rlf. Ins usl i . n . . well furnished rooms, this Hotel " prices tor same. Itraod and ship stuff always D no sut-rlfinal .ample rooms alUehed. stock IF. .V. t'OTTM. Wssis'f .1 ' ra ou " r day JSI tf aO.y aunlord lUjilerMlllCo. In ' terms. of Lincoln County: IS. J WILLIS HOUSE, "I 'J.B. WIXLIS, PropHotor. or. I PLATT'S "English Lasting" 6 AUTEH CHICKEN X ! 11 -- Cjjouisviitt Cholera Cure HwAiiatCiicto8t:L.' - w i DOTH USDEKWEAR. 'A NEW FAST MAIL laOUINVIIalaE A ttoncl for Irlto Ulpit. JI.CI.. A TI I, tth'and Main. WVliVlLUZ . KENTUCKY Dally, secures to travelers 2 30 t " 2." m closet." Sissy "Ilobby, dear, your dog is loose." raco; they Russians area seldom drink coffee. In drinking their tea thoy do not uso boiling water, as they consider it detrimental to tho quality of tea. Milk is iieldom used and sugar is eaten separately when tho tea Is being drank. Taiilh etiquette in Zanzibar calls upon tho host to roll up a handful of rice uud throw it at a guest's mouth, us a mark of hospitality. The, manner of carving a fowl is to tear it asunder among the company, each 0110 appropriating tho part secured. A ci mot's feature of Mexican life Is tho manner of conducting funerals. Tho rich go to the cemeteries iu curriages, us tho middle classes go 011 the streetcars, eoftlu and all, while the poor walk uud carry their dead upon their shoulders. To (i.evx men's clothing, take a pint of sort water and add to It uo quart of cold coffee and a teaspoon fill of ammonia Uso a spougi and rub the bMts thoroughly. SlKHigo tho gauueut all over, then hang on tho back of u chair and let dry in tho shade. l'or light clothing omit tho coffee, using any kind ol good soap. Tin. mk Is on view at tho American Exhibition in Loudon a novel toboggan slide. WlieoU are ulKilished, and steel runners Ubod in their place. The machine is light, weighing about twenty pound-.- . Tho slide, which can bo erctod at tho cost ot ubout i'lOO, i laced with toughened glass instead of wood, aud h1d down with steel rods. An the tolmggau rjfus down the slide the noiso it makes Is inftiutaMiuiaL A llK.MiMix low pahluriiod n tract on He shows that tho murder of 13,&12 infants has been mudo public during the part fifteen year. ThU catalogue only 11 fraction of the murders committed upon helplos Hindoo. This llrah-utl- n yentleman barges theae munlersto tbe enforced widowhood of Hindoo women. nt:,fn toys, lvgarding the The of too traet: "The battle will pro- Tbo social earthquake must eotae." clso-whor- o; 2 Drye.ri. G. 3 78 Daughotty, James, VA Jiy's naullng 1 23 " " Dudderar, Jauiei, M 3 75 " " eame. Vi 3 73 " " Duuaway, John, IS 2 Elmore, M. D,, Boom for election 2 " " dame, 7 30 EuLanks, J. W., 3 day's hauling 3 " " Edwards, Oeo., 2 2 50 " Erans, Jamas H., 1 " 93 91 Ldmlstoo, D. B.. merchandise account. " 5 Making Coffin Edwaida,John"l 41: 97 Elmore. M. D Merchandise account 2 Elmore, J. 51., 8 hours hauling 3 Bt Englemsn, B. V. 4 Co., uidse. account "... 750 Eubanks, J. W., 3 day's hauling 2 Ellis, John, Judge of Election 30 Farrls H C , A Co , Mdse. account 10 Foster, T. J., 4 days haullag 2 50 " Fowler, Clifton, I " ;. 7 50 . " " Fpe. Arch. 3 U 01 Ferrlll, J. A. Merchandise account 5 Foley, Frank, 2 day's hauling 2 50 " Fowler, Clilton 1 " 2 Floyd, J. T, Judge ol election! Fleiincr, F. M. Clerk of election .M4! b Gltsou. William keeping pauper child 5; Goode, Geo. A 2 day's naming 7 (ilvens, (1 M. Lirery 1)111 3 7t Gcoie, W. It. VA day's hauling 1 87 Gain s, BUI 7,'a hours hauling (taruett, Wm making coffins for poorbouse lifA 70 day'a hauling 8 Goode, W. It. 2 " Koblnson, A. C. " Keynolds, N T 8 Hold, C. A. 100 iounds tobacco Kicbards, Wm, sheriff of election " lleynolds, M T. Judge " Robinson, T B. sheriff " Root, A. D. JuJgo Rout, W. G. I days hauling " 4 3 7 30 3 LIE 1ST RAPID SERVICE 2 'J'i 2 2 10 I PUBLIC SALE my XjiiimI, I will sell at Ruwel, M.T.2 Richards, Filbert Reynolds. Harvey Russell, M. T. 2 Russell, Mats 2 2 " days hauling. 10 3 10 Stock mid Crop. to the highest bidder pibllcau"tlon Held, Dr. Hugh med. ser. to paupers 69 5 00 3 3 1 23 On Frldiiy. Iec. Hi, 1SS7, " D. clerk " dingleton.J. A. sheriff " freargent, Hugh clerk dpoouamoie A. L. I days hauling Stone, J. M. making corha duiitb, Itobert 2 days hauling bwope, Hlgney, J. K. i Robinson, Porter, IS r.lchards, M L. 3 Robinson, T. J. meichaLdise account Ranev, W. G. making coffins dlmpson, T. D. 2 daya hauling..., btephttison, W. F. tobacco tor poor bouse... duilth, MonroeJuJgeof election " dandldge, P. C. sheriff " " " " " 3 75 7 30 3 ii 3 8 4 Twenty seveu head of extra good yearling mule, 4 Mule Colts. 2 aged mules, tt fat dhosts, I bunch ot yeaillng Cattle, and a good Hoe ot Firming Implements, consisting of Wagons, Plows, Gears Combined Mow;raud Reaper ami everything la the farming lino, 200 barrels vt Corn, Hay la Warn and several stacks, lot of Wheat in garner. House hold and Kitchen t urnlture will aim be sold A Tract of Land, consisting ot I IO Arrei4,lt- ustodon Dlx River, and ant of OO .Irrfn, lying an the Lancaster plko. betweeu the (arms ol the late Geo. King and J E. Carson, will also be sold. Terms uiaJe known on day of sale. d . 11 Kl'AXS. ! J. 3 CO 2 2 93 4 TRAINING STABLE skldmoie, John 1 " slbolJ.J, M. 4 2 3o 5 3 2 80 10 Simpson, Alfred, 2 dpoonimore, C. 31. 3 2 1 r)hru'hire, M 1 11 , Uover, J F. A B. O 2 4 ' " 10 Goole.J D 1 Green, J. B.Jr. Goode J. h. 4 Goocb.O. H. 4 GUeni, Ben 8 Gaddis, Thomaa Gaddis, Lee 8 Goode, U. O. 1 " )i " " " " " " " " " " " 1.2 50 US 10 a W ; 10 7 tO 75 " " CMS" " " 750 s 8 Gilpin, Gw Glli.ln.Geo. 2 1 2 30 2d 60 i jMfth Bros, Greoo, K. V- - y.J laerchacdiso noeount sherltl of eloatloa Mreus, J. A. shrlit of election Illatt, T. J. for ktepme paupers Howard, F. H. fcurTeylnK Co. roa 1 lilgtlos, V. H.mereoaudlsa ntootint hauilog HbA ran. UIU 2 " " Hat7. Jack " " .....-...- ... HUI. T. J. 1 2 1 73 3 jo Jj'' ,..' 7 it 5 2 M S'one, W.T.2J4 stone, J. 31. singleton, I'.Ue 1 singleton, Tlios. 1 searxent, Hugh 1 6Ugg,D. B. lVs dhauks, d. H. merchaDdleo account Stewart, II. making coffins Spoauaniore, E. s. 2 dtys haullug........... Scler, John J. 2J days uauitug Stone, J. S. prorlilous for laupers Thompsjn, W. N. 1 days haullug " Traylor, John 2 Tribble, W. A. clerk ofolectlon Tucker, A. C I days hauling Thompson, W.s. hauling lumber I. Tucker, J. H day liamlng uer... Thompson, liwdlog and hauling Twylor.G. A. uirf. sjr. to Same, mixlltol services to uiinws Tucker, W.T. 2 days hauling ..... Van .in tall, J. W. uiilsfj. isect 1 3 2 30 2 tf 6 25 2 50 2 50 ! 2 40 2 50 , 3 73 -- J 33 This Hotel Is a very desirable piece ol property 21 and will be sold henp and on xasy tenut, if sold at 3 once. For pirib ulars call at Hotel or ou Q U. 0 2t Harris, Wllun-islturK- , Rv. or N. A. Rlchardroti, 7' 2il-4- t W. Clieitnut st , Louisville, Ky. 11 I, the undersigned, have li Danville, Ky., a neat Training Stable, an I am preparud to break ami train horses either to sad lie or trot.1 and say to the people of Lincoln and adjoining counties if you havn a hore that you w.nr. broke, trained or sold, and will bring It to me, t ill guarantee will do my best with your stock you have a horm you want sold, lirlni It tome, as we have tho Second best market In the Ht.tle K.O.MKXJUMICK, ,, Thousands of dollars worth of n"'l Psenger Agent. Chicago. chickens die every year from CholCltvTIrkut -A,...nl. .n.l iimi. . . n, I era. It is more fatal to chickens than C m. minsiK, iil ttn Ave.St., Louisville, Kv.) loaaKNtic, 17J Vine i. Clnclnnstl, all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, anes it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a HTaNKOUD. ky. trial. A socents bottle is enough fir . one hundred chickens. It is guar- WALTON BROS. - - Proprioto-aanteed. If, after using of complete a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly 81ss of ata., MiM. Elhtincluding sets ot Men ery Beating capacity, gallery, satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken rates to good attractions. Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. .wtwo-thirds Kver attempted lietween the great commercial cities nn the Ohl III ver and nd bene the fastest time and most comfortable trains tween an iHiinta in h South, or to the f aud rbe rautifFtt.rf nt f t.1. I..I. ....u .;j I. on an trunic lines .is denominated ThThe superb rolling stock w m. ptor ivee pstrons Comfort. er A tall Coupon Ticket Ottlcea in the rtouth you will find our tlmn tabtte and tickets, cay nori, jet Slonnn and stick to JToiiori. you want to save money and have a pleasant lour-D,-If ,r thtrnuo, .ortlitrcnt. b. 'il Urisrc. ftUlmllfil - r.r...r. Jf. For sale by A Htarg, Stanford. X liniiMl CombiiDitioii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL MYERS HOTEL, s.t urt:i, .rouxsox. For Nalo or Xioase Central Hotels Williamsburg-- Ky. And the Louisville . STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Weekly Courier - Journal This Old and Woll - Known - One year for only t.'itwo p,,er, for more than tno prlteoone. Hotol Still MaintaiuB ita High Reputation, JlJIwylnniiiWyoit will , , AND ' 2 10 5 4 tupr 2 30 15 2 SO 3 10 SO 10 s I This Is to notlfv the public that c- w not per mlt any hunting or any utlur trespanslug on our farms, but we will punish any person or persons llVseane willli coniujcit to and from the tt o trespassing to the fullextontol the law, ree of charse. .Special accoiuniodiitloni Nov I, 1887. .J.UWS IT.ri'liKS, to liOiniusrriai usiniri, sue uar mil . alnars auprlld with the elioli'csi r. JTbranils if Ll'iunn and Clears. A.. II. FKI.AStl, nEo5.'tecl. Iti Proprietor ii Determined thM it Shall bo Jflooud to no Country Hotel in the State in its Ff.ro, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Gneiti Mflt M:,, i. h mTLR'X do.!!1 ,rkr' iVmttJi 1VAXTKI, tatlnir 27-- t ymtr homo paper with the (auri.Vjnu?Ml voir represenutlve ' for ,, latld f,)r ?"?" 1 e, ji. sroo.A.uouK. "! 'ojm"ul V' J"uu.cd. Address at on, tit, Mln- , lln WI.AXn. f vi,n.,..,.. " Ut Mo BJMe-attl- "L Ui -l """""""' ' rsji j,, f. j, irsM. i..h jmn.-ij- ; V,. " ' '"" m.'L,il'??T'r.?' ' , V ' 'I''TifcWWfnMtP'1' ' fasTas'asasagalasa'E'sTssss