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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888032701 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 1888 $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. Trptf ? Semi Weekly Interior Journal; -- VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 27, d888. ui ' . . , NO. 43. NEWCOMB well-kno- w Kiu.iMi at I(k it.MiNi. Itiillnnl Hron- LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. What The Legislature Can Yet do to Re LEGISALTIVE DOINGS. Bucklen's Arnica Salvo. Mori walked into AleKonna'H . , deem Itself. . ( .... t .1 . .. . I . i . a rtfi .( . kinniM uiiiiiuii ,u ....i.i The liestsaUdn the uorld lor cuts, lriiht, ,m a,lvm,s"' K I'by the ;, ,'" It mum bu I'oiifvtMMl Unit tho roeoid "t Wcliniond Thursday mid without a !. ", '. """l"-- ' KK was amended ami pissed by thi orc, ulcers, .ilt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chip .""'lie nirsioy, MT. VERNON, KY. ol tho session does not neml a tlirill of word placed a pistol near tins head of ' closed peil II.uiJs, cliillil.ilni, corns and all skin erup. after a successful term of three noiise. .mil pmltlicly cure piles, or no pay re pride through tho heart of a citizen of iIlort Dudley and hlow 1i!h brains out. lions, months, last week. A bill to increase the tax on bunk quired tt l Kii.ir.intiiit to give perfect atiif.ic This old and n Hotel is ttill maintain Kentucky. Mouths have been flittered II to said the troubl;row out of an id-- n -- Our Mr. J. T. Hatcher, the best bar-be- r stock from "" cts. to $1.L:(, lms been in- tlon or money refunded 1'rice 1$ ccntJ per hot. lnj its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Speway in useless or worse than useless Ieed intimacy of Dudley with cial attention to the traveling public. For iul! by A K Penny, Stanford, Ky in Kentucky, bus shaved more troduced by a Louisville member. bical bills and measures of 'stem's wife. Dudley was sent several preachers M. P. NKYVCO.Mil, Prop., for less inonev than ever Geo. The bill requiring counties to pay . Is Consumption Incurableg? purely personal concern have crowded weeks ago to the house of .Mr. Bronston Washington Mt Vernon, Ky. did, but John's heart would for the removnl of their prisoners to and Head the following' Mr C II MorrU, Newout matters which most nearly concern to make a livv mum umiu fiiriiWiit-i-t n" from another has passed both Houses. ark, Ark , siys "VV'.n down with Abiitss of While he was there Mrs. Ilmn-to- n tt. lTlwl went the welfare of our people. V joker was heard to remark that it Both Houses have passed tho bill re- the I.unKV and friends and pliyiicl.ini pronouncIt is not too late to redeem the time. out to the house in a buggy with a no would be very Itjtd if some of our town pealing net amending acts incorporating ed me me an Incurable consumptiie. llcgan takLONDON, KENTUCKY, I)r The peoplu will care less for the length gni woman, in tne nitornoon lniillcv Xtw Discowry for trustees should get drowned on Main the Danville it Hustonville Turnpike Co. ing now Kind's third bottle and able Consumption, am on my to oversee tho of the session than for its work. Thede-falcatio- u sent ton stilbhiiuM. fur... ni,iri ,.f ul.u. .,.....! I...1 al . ! CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. . mii-i'iurn mere is no danger as long as Representative II. B. Kitisolving, of nork on my farm, ttls the finest mcdklne ever in the otlWo of treasurer will kyand both he and Mrs. Bronston got ' they keep oil' of Main street. Hartford county, and Miss Bessie Ben- made Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio. necessarlally prolong the session, and the drunk. He staid until night. He then Mr. Charles !.. Faris, representing ton, of Mt. Sterlimr, were married last "Had It not been for Wr. Kliis New Discovery Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. Kirit brought Mis. Bronston to town in the extension should be given up to the for Consumption I would have died of I.un class Fare and Reaionable Prices. Day and night the Curd & Sintou Manufacturing Co., week. Troubles. VVas tficn up by doctors. Am now Trains arc met by Polite Portersof this Popular of State all'airs. The invest!-gallo- n buggy and made the negro vvoui'iii ride lmisville, in the Southern States, is The bill providing for the punish- in the best of health " Sample bottles free at House. f. of tho public olllces should pro- his horse. They went to Dudley's house, Mrs. Dudley being at her mother's home visiting ids mother, Mrs. M. A. Faris. ment of at tho whipping- A It Penny's drujf store ceed and it should he rigid. All measSmiling Dave Jackson is in Cincinnati. post was passed by the House after a ures should be closely scrutinized and in the northern pail of the State. The Mrs. Lou Electric Bitters. Kbcrlein left Sunday night for waste of time sutllcient to pass a hunThis remidyls hecoininKso,wcll known and mi no more bills like that increasing the negro woman was sent away for some- Louisville. popular as to need no special mention All who dred bills. compensation of Jailers should pans ei- thing ami w lien she returned found them THE GESTS' Mrs. J. C. Jackson, her little daugh The House bill to prohibit the sale have ucd Hkctrlc (litters slntf the s line sonjf of deboth in their night clothes. Just loforo ther Hoiim. Private jobs should le ter, .Mamie, and Miss Dora Parsley left of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it Is 513 4th St., Louisville. feated; economy should ho the watch- day, Dudley got the buggy to hike her guaranteed to do all lint is,clalmcd Hlectric Sunday night on a visit to friends and Boyle county passed the Senate as it Hitters will cure all diseases of thel.Uer and Kid'oplc want re.il, not away, lie took her to u house of ill- word; but the 1 he fashions of the diy in the Centv Furnish. relatives in Kansas Citv, Mo. A party came from that body and so did the ones neys, will remove Pimples, Hulls, Salt Itheum and Ing line will always be found in my store. I am counterfeit economy. Useless olllces fame. Mr. Dcather.iL'e. the sheriiT. dis ll",, "r,M vonip.inicd providing for a vote on prohibition in other affections caused by Impure blood. Will agent for the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the t, missed Dudley from Id's employ at once. " S r ,0. atshould bu abolished and the salaries drive Matarii from the sjstem and prevent as best Laundry in the world. far ,w Mt- - NVmo" ,,", n'luniwl (iiirrard and in Casey. tached to those whose usefulness is ap- Dudley told some of his friends soon at- - ,l"'".' as. well as cure all Malar! it I'evrrs Por cure of "" ,,'t' Ninth. bill presented by the Frankfort Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klec-tri- e The K"K parent should be adequate, to command ter the alleged Intimacy that ho did not .. ..,..,....,,, iiiiui. ir iijjm iixiK jmire Typographical Cniorr to increase the pay Hitlers Hntire satisfaction frjurantced or take Mrs. Bronston to ids own house and the best hervice. at Colony Stniusliurg, three miles south for setting type in the public refunded Price 50c and $1 per bottle at printer's moneyPenny's be cut dow n denied that he had done anything imPURCHASING AGENT, County expense should A it drui; store of Imdoii, Saturday evening, between office from 40 to 00 cents ought to be set and the support of paujers, thopinehaso proper. Bronston was at once taken to Hotol Emery, - - - Cincinnati, O. tlioTrontuinesniid Zwissigs over an old down upon. It certainly is no harder to of record books, the fees of jurors and jail and the grand jury being in session, barrels at $1.75 at eloek. Old man Troutwine was set type for the State than it is for Would thankfully solicit ) our p itrrmne In pur III Isaac Hamilton's, Rowland ...... ...,,,.,,, tl.ivt an in- - SALT. , ,, , witnesM's should be so regualted its to re- ... l!l. illlllf.t...l f.kf Kttlfili.l .,,., .1.1. chasliiL' for people outside of the city, in any line ,,per.v iMuuy used up anil. l. ZuIsmc re dlviiliial ami the present rate is all the ,., ot gooilj.vU Dry Goods, Millinery, Xotlons of lieve tho State of great burdens and Mi- -- inwiirovn m n it Mim tinrin cunti it . all kinds, Furniture and Carpets. en severe mows in the face outside offices pay. make a reduction of taxes safe mid ad- is reported that she ami her husband ten a several Wedding Outfits and Mourning Goods a special with club. ty I also "cluperon" Ladies slsltinjr Cincinnati Lawyer Davison seems to be tho have not lived happily together. In fait visable. shopping or Ilcst references given A dilliculty occurred at Lily Saturkind of a blundeibtiss that goes oil' half- Charges rt.as011.1ble Telephone 57. To talk about reducing taxes t it hoot it is elated that Mr. II. had instituted day between (Jeo. W. Colbert', of the cocked. He lias a bill passed 35 suit for divorce from her on account of and bereducing expenses is absurd. coal company at that place, ami Bill fore it gets cold he projKisesainendiiients Two miles South of Stanford on Neat's Crick Careful legislation, which has in view her imprudent nets. If such is the case Shot well Address me at Carlisle, Ky W, CKAIG and John Hodge, two toughs to it, delaying the business of the body the general welfare, can in the remain- and he had left her, the killing is inex w ho came on the works trving to intimi and taking double time to do what could Bronston lias been a wild, der of the session save more to the State cusable. date Mr. Colbert's work bunds and make have been done by a brighter reckless fellow and much given to drink. man at .RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP, than is invoked in Tate's defalcation. STANFORD, KY ., them leave their work and strike for one shot. His latest He is a son of Collector Bronston and exploit is to preThen some alteration should be given higher wages. A lively scrimmage wits sent amendments to Ids bill incorporatHaving boubt I. M I.at.ley's scales and blocks our criminal laws. Wo want more jus- the black sheep of the (lock. unpawn in iy i ne irio ami tne air was ing tiie town of Rowland before and rented the cellar he occupied, I will move E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. any there for the present with my meat. Ktmembcr tice and less dumagogisiii in this Mate. (with brick-b.its- ) Mrs. Frank Leslie receives so many of- but except-fcr- s steps have been taken to organize under the place, under VanArsdale store room. Wo should make it tosihlo to puuih V F KAMSKV of marriage that she has issued ucir- - '"';in lM'r "' skinned noses there was no the bill. . murderers in Kentucky. Hl'ri,MH lamage done. Shot well and cular containing the following deelina- This old and Hotel still maintains Gen. Fry is developing into the funTho ltowau county investigation shown tioii, which S. O. DAVIS, its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. she sends to those craving Hodge were arrested bv Sheriff Pearl ny man of the House. While the bill a horrible condition oftfllair in that see-- t her hand and ed that It shall be second to no country Hotel in and brought to Imdon and gave bail in for whipping fortune: husbands who beat their PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten Ion and some adequate remedy should Sin: An oiler of marriage is always u the sum of $."00 each. wives was being considered he offered tion to his Guests. lUggaee conveyed to and bo provided. To niako such an exhibit MT. VKRNOX, ICY. compliment. At least it always intendfrom depot free of charge Special accommodathis amendment: That if the wifesliould ami then to declare that the otlicers are ed A Skillful Executioner. tions to Commercial Travelers. its such, being the highest tribute of Office next door to Whitehead's Drni; Store. all genial gentlemen and that no remedy We have observed several wonderful maltreat by beatingor whipping her hut-ba- nd rt'Miert vmir mv imii tiiv- - In mini. T.t she shall be lined in the sum of Specialattentivn given to diseases of children. is iKs.siblo is to confcM that the demomrlv )f Il,tL' rcsieting the skill of the 'h ...e tliiri'..n.l.1lm....i ....:.- - ,.f j7;-t- f. not less than $10 or more than S20, uncratic party is incapable of rightly gov! Chm is said, to most women, for the simple reason less she at the time of the trial will make erning the Mate. bead of their victim so that my occupation draws me into con- - can strike amends by embracing and kissing her To Farmers of Lincoln and Casey. ii .i.... .i .i Wo intend to speak plainly. We call l"" "w TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. slant contact with men of science, litem-- ' husband in the presence of the court. on tho democrats in the legislature to ture,.ndart,ILswellasMx-ievM.n.lpra,oM,lwrt7vl'r,,Nt7l'i "Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in act m higher grounds, and to follow I have bought the "Pride they are dead. V of Nelson" (Stiles' the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to CHURCH AFFAIRS. 1''',";'t ticalmenof atlidrs. Mv life', equal in quality of flour, we think the citizens ot We can save ) on 30 per cent on square patent broader principles than in the past three however, tl.O story of a fence the county should have countv pride enough to rail fence will make vour old issofull,soperf,rtly rounded with i(s 'y"H the stme months. This session of the legislature w no rar surias,sCd Hey. John Hell Gibson will preach stand as Ions after it falls down as it has stood, uatroniie and sustainconcern thatVV'e wish to indavsofebaimimrnrtunrk ,..,,1 ,.,.rn..s, we are in the stronger than tt ever was for five cents pir form whom it may is tloiiig more to imperil the success of the Chinese in professional dexterity at Halls (tap church next Sunday at ::.'!0 and market to buy jour wheat and corn and will A. It .Mcl..t.l, (uajcy1, panncl. endeavor, and its evenings crowded full highest market price for same. We give the HiMtoni tile. K the party than Tate's defalcation. Time of pleasure and I pon one occasion it happened that a p. M. have added some new mtchinery to our corn meal W F. McKtNNKV, Agent, Stanford amusement, through the uepirtmcnt anil can now make meal to suit any rem. tins to recover lost ground. Ict men criminal had a singular itching to play at Kldcr H. A. Hopper writes Hro. Joe oerson kindness of friends, that I have neither niue-piuIt cannot he equalled bv anv other mill. '.Li-'!!.familiar with the needs of the State take time nor thought v. e solicit a iitai in our uoir ana and ho implored permission Severance that lie will preach at McCor-mack- 's r KEin in mis vicuuiy A C SINK, SITT s. (. IIOCkEK.SKC of inatrimoiiyaiid shall meal depirttneut. All having grain in our line their primer isitioii and the party will to play once more at Ids favorite game for sale will plea. e call at the Mill, where our next Sunday. never marry unless a name be offered STANFORD agent will be found at all times, who will give the be compelled to follow them. Courier-Journa- l, me higher Itefoio he died. Then he said he would Uvcr 7,000 have signed the temperniched in the temple of fame best prices for same, llran and shlpsiutT always VV. N. I'OTTS, ance pledge since Murphy began ids PLUMKG MILL CQMPMY in stock than that left me by my husband, of submit to his fate without a murmur. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co. 3JI tf The judge, thinking there could be no meeting at New Albany, Ind. I am a which Manufacturers 01 thousand times nroud The Size of Texas. Hey. G. W. Yancey is holding u proThe area of Texas in more than equal And so with many thanks for the honor,' ll:irm '" hii'ring him, granted his last Flooring, Weatherboardlng, Celling:, Finishing: Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, to the area of all the New Kngland States, you have done me, I beg to subscribe l"yer, "'"I p arriving at the plate of tracted meeting at Hright's school-hous- e Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, myself what I shall probably bo to tho I'xwMlon, he found everything procured Hev. John Hell Gibson will preach for for the game, the pins being sut up and him in stock. night. Yours very truly, end, New Jersey, and Delaware combined. "J1L.UK GRASS KOUTE." Kldcr J. H. Knight, of this place, thcbowlsall ready. He commenced his .Mils. Fimnk I. km. 11:, Texas contains more than four times favorite sport with enthusiasm. After and KIder W. Fonnesseo, of Stanford, are the area of all tho New l.ngland States. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Wade Hampton the other day at lt.il- - awhile the shorill, observing that bo holding a protracted meeting at the colTexas would make J States as large From timoiv poke some noble words. This is showed no inclination to delist, made a ored Christian church. The congregaWe hive received and are daily receiving our its llhodo Island, or nearly six Suites as We CENTRAL, KENTUCKY Millinery j sign to the executioner to Mrike an extract from his speech: tho fa- - tion frequently roaches L'.'tO to ."00 peo- elegant lineof Springmake our stock have left nothing undone tu large as New Yoik, or nearly nine States throughout llevides our Millinery, we will have "I want all to temeiiilMT that I did till blow while he stooped for a bowl. ple. ltirbourvillo News. loall I'oints us l.irgu us South Candida, or nearly sevCall a v. ell selected line of Ladies' Kmbroidery l!ov. Dr. It. II. Kinnaird and family and cx.inine our stock Store on Lancaster st executioner did so, but with such onlv what mv dutv demanded. I could en kingdoms as large as Portugal. o COL'Klfr & COX e.Mpiisite dexterity that the culprit did left on Tuesday morning for Fort Nnitli, Texas is as large as ci rent Britain mid have taken no other eonre with honor not notice or feel it. Ho thought, in- Arkansas, where Dr. Kinnaird will at I ix laud, Turkey in Ku rope, Portugal, applause and if we had to do it over apdn would do preeisely what I did. 1 deed, that a cold breath of air was blow- once enter upon the discharge of his duti recce and Switzerland combined. PAST LINE BETWEEN ing on his neck and drawing himself ties as pastor of the Presbyterian church Texas would make mom than thiee have no apology to make for the part ve & CINCINNATI. tonk in the unr applause mid wish niv back with a shrug his head dropped for- at that place. Midway Clipper. J T HARMS has ojuuied op Lancaster St., LEXINGTON States as large as Kansas. u next Hev. Father Taiife, of Flemingsbuig, Mockdoor to the Interior J ournal office, ten tongue may cleave to the roof of my ward into his hands. He naturally supoi s.iiiuRry goous which lie win Texas is as large as the (teruiau Km-pil- e rrlvatc-iIv dunm.' the and on cverv rniiiith hefnre I would nay my dead posed that it was a bowl which he bad whose mind has become alleeted by the court da) vv ill vvitk auctions, wncn he will dispose SCHEDULK IN Er'FEC r NOV. 13. i83;. hold mid Alabama combined. hrothers wore traitorn. We tried to do grasped, and, seizing it llrndy, rolled it inordinate use of cigarettes, has been re- of nil kinds ot hnriHs and saddler) goods r 4 No. 6. The laud in actual use for growing InNo 7. No our duty bravely. When wo failed an- at the pins. All of them fell and the moved from his p.istouite, and will be K X II IMLTOM DWIS J dian corn, wheat, hay, oat and cotton in Ex Sun. Daily. Ex. Sun. sent to a monastery, where it is thought other duty wan before us. It wan evi head was beard to exclaim, as it tho Cuitcd Mates now consists of ''"-- ,3 30 Covington.. m, 8 fiom tho further wall: "Hur- he may compier bis love for the deadly JOiSLTTIS Lve lalmouth... 10 03 a m 9 3? p in 11 co p in dent that tho fate of war had deeided .1 f00 square miles, or a little moie than 13 n m l.ve 38 p iurainM lis. We then had but one coun- rah! I've won the game!" I.vc Cjnthiana . 'it oj a m 10 ii P m, 4 30 p m Chamber.' cigarette. -- UKALKKS IN- the area of Texas. p Arr l'aris ,u . .1 iu ju Arr Lexington . ii 30 p m 11 30 p in Jiopu (Slop in The entire wheat crop of the Cniicd try, and had till been hrouv'ht together. Journal. I Ik Km:w, I slid then and I niv now, it is the duty Hit Professor tto young 11 jo a m 1055 p in 5 jo p m I.ve l'aris States could bo grown on wheat laud of Now is the time for the Democratic student- )- Define heat. Arr Winchester, ROWLAND, KY , ia 35 P'm 11 5 p in 6 05 p in Arr Richmond.. a 00 p m 7 'o p in tho best quality selected from that putt of every patriot, every t.triviii,' Confeder- party of Kentucky to shed its linen and S 10 l in Student confusedly mutter, some un- Have just opened a new Mock of Men's and llovs' Arr Lancaster 5 00 p m of tho area of Texas by w hich the State ate, to try to make that country lit for go into the inventigating business up to Clothing, Hal. Cap, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Arr Stanford intelligible sentence. fiee men to live in for all time to come.', Notlonv and Family lirot.eries, Also dealers in I.ve Richmond ,. 1 oj p in exceeds the men of the Uoimun the handle. Let every oilice ami olllcial Professor Heat is a subtle nnd im Coil Country produce taken in exchauze for Arr llcrea.. 3 20 p loud applause. .lessuniine Journal. "undergo a searching scrutiny. Unearth ponderable liquid of kinetic and poten- goods at highest mirket price Come one, c me Arr Lexington,.., 5 45 P m 1 M ill, auu learn tne advantages In trade. The world's prcsant supply of cotton The new California method of preserv- every scoundrel and bring to the surface tial energy, w hich, by a fortuitous conNorth-iloutNo. No. No. 5. be grown upon mi urea equal to ing fruit is simple ami Maid to be excel- every peculation. Show to the country currence of the progressive could rotary and only 7 percent, of the aiea of Texas. I.ve Livingston, a on a in lent. bottles aie Idled that the democratic party is capable of vibratory motion of its multifarious Lve llcrea 10 35 a in The man does not live who can com- with fresh, sound raw fruit and securely doing what everybody knows the repub- molecules, iLssuines the sphere i 'id conArr Richmond... 11 45 a in of this grand em- corked. No suar, water or anything in lican party can not do purify itself. dition with pute tho possibilities Lve Stanford .... J so a m such force that it overlaps Lve Lancaster ., 8 10 a in Co., Philapire, and the probability now is that, af- added. Tho bottles are then placed in Our grand old (.lovernor is the very man the sphere of mobile equilibrium of its Arr Richmond..., It co a Lve Richmond I 30 p in ter the census of A. D. J.1W0, Texas will cold water, which is brought ton boil, to whip the thieves from the temple, circumjacent multifarious molecules. 0 45 a in 7 35 a old and thoroughly reliable, conservative Arr Winchester. 2 15 p It is have a greater number of Congressmen and Ki'iitly boiled for ten minutes. It is and if tho legislature will but hold rip 3 35 p m 8 30 a m Student That's just what I was go- coinpaii), now In its 41st vcar with 11,500,000 ArrJTaris Lve Lexington ,., 3 00 p in tho American I'niou. claimed Unit fruit preserved in this way lis bands he will do it than any State y assets and 1,5011,1100 surplus Its rates are as 7 3j a in 3 00 p m tho par- ing to say. Steam Fitter. low as anv old and reliable comn.inv. with dlvi. Lve l'aris 3 40 p in 8 30 a in 3 50 p m Ft. Worth thuctte. s ty stands disgraced, but if prompt, rigowill keep fur years. dends unsurp iksed, reputation for fair dealing Lve Cyntliiaua ,., 4 od p in 8 59 a 4 30 p ra by Falmouth.... 4 John McCormack, a fireman on tho excelled call none and plans to suit everybody. Lve Covington... 6 51 I i 10 03 a m 5 35 p m rous, relentless action is had, tho stain Would co p in fi 35 a in ojopm the, attention of business men to its Arr New York is said A young woman in A law dispensary is the latest thing in accumulated surplus and 6 per Louisville Louisville and Nashville road, was shot m-- endowment, bonds to do u thriving business as u gray hair Now York a place where tho poor can may be wholly eradicated. plan of policies. cint guaranteed and fatally wounded at a house of On the Mavsvillc Ilranch, No. 9 leaves Paris at times. insured on the same rale as men puller. She Hilda employment among go and get legal opinions free, just us s Jfo' arriving 5 P in Nashville by Frederick CWs-ley- , JOHN K. FAULKNEIt, ?.'' "HI an" 10 43, a" in,a'and 740, "' m. No. at Maysville at p 10 District Agent for Kentucky. women lamenting their first gray hairs, tboy go to a medical dispensary to gathThe Williainstown Kngle flaps its tail leaves Maysville at J 55, a 111, arriving at Pans at a boy. 815, a 111, No. ta leaves Maysville at 1350 and visiting them every few weeks and weed- er in free a peck or less of pills. and asks: George Parker was given 100 lashes arrives at l'aris at 3 10, p 111. These trains are ing out from their tresses the offending "How would Lincoln and Hradley on his bare back by Craw ford County, dally except Sunday. 2.i tlrst-clas- s No. 15 leaves Lexington 8 pm, arrives Paris There are theatres and HOUIlll?" evidences of advancing age. Being an Ind., White Caps, und is in u dying con8,4', P m. No. 8 leaves Covington 4 50, o m, aropen in New York City expert, the operation in her hands is not opera-house- s And the Pendleton Democrat picks up dition. Ho is charged with not rives Falmouth 6 50, p m. Mo. 7 leaves Falmouth properly 6 co, a m, arriv es Covington 8 00, a m. this season. painful. a brick and shies it at tho Eagle with providing for his wife. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAV. deadly elFect, thus: m NO t'E. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win. Thuioiiro now 1,IKX theutics in the Chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other Newspaper advertising comes high in "If sound is all you want, guess they'll Syrup of Figt United States and 1,000,000 it day is daily except Paris. Tho Petit Journal of that citv THE LARGEST AND FINEST trains are connection is Sunday. Winchester with Direct made at Is Naturo't own true laxative. It U the do." paid for amusements. Chesapeake & Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, That's sound with sense in it. Cov- charges $2 n line for the ordinary kind am m Huntington, Iharlestan, W, Va. and (.astern cities HOTEL IN THE CITY. moit easily taken, and the most effectivo FAST LINK -- Nos. iand 4 run via Winches. and 520 u line for "reading matter" The Mott Agreeable remedy known to Cleanse tho System ington Commonwealth. ter. Solid trains with Pullman Steeping Cars, besy ndvertiseinenta. tween Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and WinAs well n3 tho moat otToctivo method when Bilious or Costive; to dispel HeadIf you want to spile your neighbor, chester and Washington, RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDof dispelling Headaches, Coldi, and Foveri, aches, Colds, and Fevers; to (jure HabitThrough tickets and baggage checked lo any ft. S. V. 1 at the bottom The letter steal bis chickens; if you want to do him destination reached by 1 railroad. ING to rooms: or Cloansing tho System, Is by taking ual Constipation, Indigestion, Files, etc. an net of kindness, tell him Hunter's of an invitation, are initialsof tliu French For full particulars address any agent of the Co. D. A. FEF.LEY, a few dosos of the pleasant California liquid Manufactured only by the California Fig chicken cholera euro will certainly euro expansion, "Itespondez n'il vons plait," S. F. H. MORSE, Traveling Pavs'g'r Act., Ken'l Pass'g'r A fruit remedy, Syrup of Pigs. TURKISH RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTEL. Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. Lexington, Ky, Covington, Ky. them of cholera uud that it is sold and which in English meant, "Uenpond if U.K. HUNTINGTON, General Manager. For sale by A. Ii. Penny, Stanford. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stnuford, you please." warranted by McRoberts & Stagg. 2t GenOfflces, Covington, Kentucky. '" - HOTEL. iN-nat- Broil-legislatio- n, Sj-ti- ""'""' . JACKSON HOUSE. 1 tu. 207-t- wife-beate- rs WOOD WALLACE, FUMISHER, ,m-Vr- I MISS HARRISON, ....',..... ii-,- iuoi .,,. .lO-co- Seven-bush- el FOR SALE. sight-seein- House and Acres Land MYJESUS MTOffiHL, ,""' well-kno- t,x,,,iol,; K.it WTOTXCE r jv,,. ' 'iit "''y' s, l"r',," l1""" - - ,.. Kentucky Central R. R. 1 first-clas- v SADDXiER.7! first-cla- ss v South-Houn- HIIsTOar& 111 111 111 Gencral Merchandise, Km-pir- e. 111 SI io-6- h. Wide-niouthe- il INSURE In the Pemi Mutial Life Insurance delphia. 1111 11 111 111 111 To-da- 111 111 ill-fa- '. THE GALT HOUSE, 4. VA 1 . r$ - " Vt Ll 4s-- ' "-'- . m gSESSSlffig.Siggl;1'''' PPPpPf iin',,,, ,ra.qrrrEpjjgpYj, iwimi )i ; II jm nnnm tujwwmiiMMniM! "illWHWWilXtMWOBIWa 'tw.ii il r M - L VflMAaf J JL -- ' y7wfrrT" null ' u. Tff Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal 1SS8 Stanfokd. Ky., Slxuca 27. W. Y. WALTON. SEX FACES. l 1. Efc To tin: credit of the legislature he it said thnt it had adopted n resolution an expert examination of Treasurer Tate's accounts. It was this hastened, "Honest Dick's" action which ,. . . ... i steps lowaru laiiuiia ior no iknew .i iiih S(nt(? nw, t t,K, tmu of llis UI,1uititiiitiit. , concealment was not longer possible.) s ,m urt jn ,87:, ,,v j.ro,si. lint since tne iienouineni me oouj mis dent Grant he was living at Toledo. His taken on a special lit of irtue and like was one of the best appointments that carried into execution. the man who locks bus stable after his Grant made. He was n great lawyer, a be. The Committee on the Hevision of horse has been stolen, it is apparently man of spotless reputation anil one who the Ijiws of the House of Reprcsenti.- detormined to investigate all the otlices sought to divorce politics from legal detives has decided, by an almost unaniNEWS CONDENSED. The following list of goods, suitable for this time of year, and buy with an investigation which really inves- cisions. mous vote, to rejmrt a joint resolution, Col. Chas. E. Howman resigned his tigates. It should Imj done by all means proposing an amendment to the constiof continued and no guilty rascal should Imj allowed Vv to the death of Morrison II. Waite timber agency on account tution for the election of IT. S. Senators them ofnieand get the best: to escape. The Augean stables must Ihj there have been but seven chief justices ill health. by the direct votes of the people. n livery staSam Fox, tho cleaned out from bottom to top and the of the Supreme Court of the United CANNED GOODS. The Louisville Commercial has been MISCELLANEOUS. people must be shown that if Tate is a States, three of whom were named by ble man at Richmond, died Friday of sued for SOOO damages by George W. democrat, the party takes no stock in the Father of his Country. The llrst pneumonia. Ik'ckley, whom it accused of murdering California Peaches, Cal. Erap. Peaches, of Xew John Hoffman, I thieves and stands ready to punish one was John Jay, appointed by Washinghis partner, Melone, ten years ago. A " " Pears, Apricots, York, traveling in Germany for his suit has been brought against who claims the name even quicker than ton in 1781). He resigned in 17!o and the Post ii Apricots, Dried Peaches, and no better John Hutledge was appointed, but pre- health, died at Weisbaden. if he were a republican for $10,000 by Luke Moran, who thinks Raspberries, It Is stated that the strike on the he was libelled that much worth. Turkish Prunes, than his party. The good fellow busi- sided over only one term of the court, Orated Pineapple, ness bus played out. If Auditor Hewitt the Senate not confirming his appoint- "Q" road has cost tho company :JI,tVl,Cooking Figs, Patrick Hrown, a Hrotherhood enhad hail the courage to wound the feel- ment. Oliver Ellsworth was then chos- LWnnd the lirothcrhood SSOO.'-MO-. Sliced Pineapple, gineer who deserted the order and ac Mince Meat, Judge T. T. Alexander, for '0 years cepted work on the Chicago, Hiirliugton ings of a good fellow, Tate's dishonesty en and served until 1800, when here-signeEarly June Peas, Apple Butter, might have been disclosed long ago and Marshall was appointed circuit Judge at I.ouisville, died at his and (Juincy road at St. Joseph, Mo., was John Lima Beans, Preserves, We by President John Adams in 1S01 and more recent home at St. l'aul, Saturday. assaulted by many thousands saved to the State. three of the strikers: This Pie Peaches, Sixty-si- x Mackerel in Buckets, bodies nave leen recover- is the anything further 8'Tved until his death, in 1S.T a period do not believe that fiit ca-- e of violence rejKirteil since Corn, Cod Fish, a dereliction of duty will he found of :4 years. Next came ltoger II. Taney, ed from the debris of the Oporto theater the beginning of tin: strike, four wcels than Tomatoes, against Gen. Hewitt, but he too should who was appointed by Andrew Jackson. and .": heaps of irrecognizablo remains. ago. White Fish, China papers, received at San FranThe Senate passed the bills permit0y3ter3, he investigated. That he is the soul of He died in 18d4. Salmon I. Chase was Hominy, honor and is thoroughly devoted to appointed by Lincoln in that year, and cisco, confirm the loss of 20,000 lives in ting the erection of hiidges over the Salmon, Dried Beans, serving the State we do not entertain a Waite received his appointment from the eaithipiake at Yenman and Syei-hue- CunilM'rland river between Huruside, Sardines, Bulk Pickles, Ky., and Carthage, Tenn., or the south doubt, but nothing but a clean sweep Grant in 1874. Chipp3d Beef, Bottle Pickles, A freight train and snow plow col- fork of slid river, between Huruside and party in will satisfy the people and the Corned Beef, Tiik ghoulish glee manifested by the lided near Gravenhurst. Out. Seven Tateville, Ky.; and over the Caney Fork Catsup, power owes it to them to make it. republicans over the fall of Dick Tate is IKTsons were instantly killed and the river, between Hock Island ami Car- Deviled Ham. Prepared Mustard, ifcc, &c. Jor. Mvmiattvn has evidently been another verification of the adai;o that iniiui'il. thage, Tenn. browsing around in Madison county. A misery loves company. So many repubHudson Chaplin, the bos bigamist i The first section of tin' broid-gaug- e MY STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES FULL. dipatch to the dailies contains an ac- lican officials have defaulted and so few of the Tinted States, is in jail at Find-- 1 railroad up lookout Mountain has been of a wonderful Irishman who "'.H democrats that they are delighted whwi lay, O. lie hasa wife in almost every completed and the (ItM train was run up count death to snakes and venomous reptiles one of the latter happens to go wrong. State and Territory. is said by rail- Saturday. The mad-beof all kinds. The snake that bites him We are for punishing Tate much more One hundred and nine roads in the mad engineers to be the most marvelous YOBCSt KBvEO dies in great imony, frothing at the severely than if he were a republican. Cniteil States earned in February ?----' piece of engineering skill ever exlill itnl mouth and swelling to almost double its His example was hetter ana lie mil .m.v HS.OfrO.n gain of !) per cent, over the in the South. The entire road will be Comprising Ivarly Kose, He.iuty of I lebron, Peerless and Uurbank. . former proportions. Cunningham has reason to keep square than the average wiine ncriod in 1SS7. completed .May 1". discovered a poison more deadly than republican, whoupparentlydoesn'tknowl The jury in the tally-sheimii at DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. that of the reptile, but harmless as a lo-- ! any better. Columbus, 6., failed to 'agree and was tion for the human body, .and the mo-- 1 discharged, standing ten for conviction . . . Air. WimmI Wallace, of Louisville, is "K uwensiioro .Messenger won in tne ment the fangs of the snake come in con-- 1 and two for aopiittal. in town. $.')0,(WOf the jury tact with it a powerful electrical current libel suit against it for At Calistoga, Cal., Leopold Hizzini The Hidden Hand, with Com Van their verdict sustaining the paper in shot his wife twice ami then himself. generated that drives the snake's ow n is Tassel us the leading lady, at the Opera everv blood vessel in its every charge made against the plaintilf. Death was instaneous in both caws. The House ai Monday. body. Over 17,000 snakes bit him (lur Hro. Woodson seems to be playing in quarrel arose from, her buying a new Kev. Stanley, of NMiohisville, will AINTD good link this season and his dress. ing last season and every one of them succeed Hev. O. A. Hartholomew as je-- i friends rejoice with him that it is so. He died in fearful agony. The individual, The Cincinnati Centennial Imposi- tor of the Christian church. P:,rr1,.k Ciinninelmni bv name, is said to has gotten fully $10,000 worth of adver- tion buildings arc completed with !!! A daughter of Hubert' has put i... 'v v- ...i... t.to H1UI). IM iw..mr.itiioi!itillii-.H- l tisingby- the 1. suit, which I... I..... I....I his acres under roof. They will be iieiiica- - mvIim m... I....H.. i.itt..i, i... .. .1,.1. ,,l:.. UliJNU Uin i:.. umiw ......... ...... ... ,. ...r.i. w. lin .,. .... .. .. Highest .Market Price Paid l'or jKqn'r uu siiru u ikxhii .!... iiu ii.is uui iw ted Saturday, the Itlst inst. mill already amassed a competency." ing toa neighbor last week. Dr. ltoie enlarge it till it is, next to the Courier- The annual repot t of the Hoard of rendered the neivssary attention. Hob Tuom vs J. Ciiittkxiikx, son ot ex-- l . Juiirnal, the largest daily in the State. HAMS, SIDKS, AM.) Immigration shows the total ntimlier of destroved the iliw with an axe. "X. Marshal Thomas J. Crittenden, grandpassenger landed at New York . during Henry Lee was put in jail Sattmlny short-leg-....- .i d but rather Ont son of J.. I. Crittenden and nephew of the past year to have been J.Vi.ryJ.-;f()r lioot i at Abe Singleton on Sutm- Thomas Crittenden, of Missou- V i. ;.....! (i.. u'.tiio... n i.r.i.ii.... I...U Mr. .James A. McOee, formally years ,i ' . ,..,.; ",l" " ltA """ '",l""1 """ I le was ,. of the new ie-w eek. .. been elected a ihicctor ri, died at Heatty ville last i te WJIilGJ ID it ol tne Niniersxu national iwiiKimo .' ,,,,,., i,.rilll(i i,:r.i fci1.,t Tlic xliiMitiii" ns ' ' of noble sires, be-ii- publican piper to be is,ued at Lexing-- ! a very degenerate son . a special protege of Holiert Oilison, lias j : ' "'N''" m iu . ik- is said that an Ohio man .l.iiiill , drunken and worthless. He niur- - ton May . I Tlhll'l MS I!IkIIIII. "v In ' Paper Bores, negnies. i.ee ciipani'v 01 a nousf. . .11.. derod a negro at Anchoragein cold blood is to be. editor, but we hope this is a mis- -J- ack Fallon and Jim Smith, twoiwils ln'M c, ..yLU.,,,,. tU for life, take and that we shall have the pleasure and upon his trial was sent up heay weights, fought 7o rounds near' .t to H, IS Tlie Court of Appeals gave him a new of announcing that the gallant colonel M-.,.,.v A- - () l,rtlio1rni,w, late jmsMr ion; . ity. Mimn was kiuh-ms- i trial and again the jury gave him a life has himself mounted the tripod. Here's out alter having severely puuismm iiie of the Christian church, will leave for sentence. A third trial was obtained looking at you, Hro. Jtaulley. victor. his new home in St. Louis TiicmIuv. Dr. of the same coiuti through the kindness -i'- .Denezer Maliyaru. lor me iiiumerj ,.: n iUllt, friends in Jeeill-Ik-rliF usr Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satis&ctory.-ra- . Tin: governor oi'Texas has called an and a change of venue to another county . jof Alice Hancock, at Youngstown, mji,,. and Ileui-counties. Miss say T. ...!...,. .... wi,l,.trnif ti.tiiimv Crittenden extra session of the legnlaturo to has. been rufused a new trial and been Hogers is vWting her grandmother, Mrs, .. !.t. .1... i rum ttf ...!.... ..1...11 i. . .1 wits acquitted. There is nothing that he O., Webb Hos.s, in Uouibo: . 1( sentence! to be hanged at Columbus, antiiv. Thei MARK HARDIN, Oierk. did in life that is so deserving of praise siirnlus now in the Mate treasury. lulv l;5 y King IndiiV social club uus enlertaiiieil the body shall have the light to indeti as his leaving it. The services of J udge i iftorge I 'li- by .Mirts Mary HoIhmLmiii I'riiuiyeciiing-- ' nitely extend their deliberations and draw rv in Ubx. Landiivm, not only wields a) their per diem, as our Kentucky solons ny, of Iexington, has been tcurel to Hev. K. Hs lien' and family graceful pen, but has a peculiar fond- - have, the governor has taken the pnlper prosecute Hrotiston, as the murderer is a T.imjHi, Fla. Mr. D. S. iliitmaii is ixil- -, Commonwealth's at- iug friends in Wilmington, Ohio. 1Um' iifsH for using it. His latest eifort is an stejis in tho premises. The surplus will half brother of the commonly accept - soon be reduced to the point where ade- - torney. Aniii Cecil, of iicurgetQUii, Im visiting article to disprove the .. :.- - 1.:.. l ... James Mvrnii, of Franklin county, .Miss Tlieresn WorthingUin. Mir Mary is n mh.i (.K.jt je,tj,Wi et iileu tnat .lonn I ! ! riiiui ami KiuiMi nii inwicr, nunuiM, n nr Whltthome, of Columbia, Teun., is an icicle, whose col-- l Jieart lias no puiKi ' ing her slsU'r, Mrs. C. 1'. CH-il- . K.. (iov. Lo.si., of Massachusetts, has alleges, the old man shot at him wle-tions for the common people. The en- m vr when he was in "W ash-- ! evohvd a to nluce tho surplus he interposed in hehalt of libs motlier, ivHldemv of Mr. II. Iw W.ilfoll , j Thu end met Johnnie of the Advomte, was totally dctmye ington. recently and found, him to bejp. d. q. lie has jiresented a bill to pay who was being abused by him. J The coitions of Internid revenue by irv nlrout :'M) o'clock Frily morn-- 1 . polite, all'able, genial and in thorough every employe since IWiS foi all woikj iinor-- ii dav at the same! for the first eight months of the fiscal ing. Loam alxmt ?I,(XH); iimurcd in tin .m,.ifiiv wiili tin lnasei's. He oic'lit -...... ... . Or- " rj ...'4... .. .mvi 1......., . .' v..u. v..mI. f..,. c ,iuu :.. .1 u to svinpathize with thum at uny rate, if rate now jiaid for eight hours, w hich con-- 1 year Hiretpite SSO,7i,.".17, being an invilli-in 11 .irn lull. M.i A over tho collections II irtford, of ConiUM-ticut- , i.,. .iMi.un.it. fnr Im bus madu himself a stttnto n ilnv.- I.oii"- 1ms lmd the credit- crease of sfi.oll.o70 for Sl.SOQ. On ' ,, ..-v.... ..s..... i.. ..1.21.. .1 .I.1...J.....I... iui..iiwiuiiiiliiui i.f.is.iil i.f rln the i. . there was an insurance of liilliiouaire oil me people, wouu geiiwii ior more sense man me oui uispiays, otu huiiuj; mw jn:y.f.."if. j....w. last fiscal year Sl.flOO in the I'nion of Ixniisvillo. vear for his scr ices. It is he is evidentlv getting in his dotage onlv $5,000 a The -- Speaker Carlisle, Thur- - fnmitv iicimisl llirnicli n uliieli time his heart was warming up "yiist Tiii:pmhibitionists,aemliled in dis-- J mn .,n,i McDonald, Hidley 01H.ned on the kitchen whence they1 von lectio hit.." trict convention at Harrodsburg, .Murton, of Maine, and Minister1 wmv na,is.ted to the round. The inui- Having secured the services of 0. F. KBWT, a practical Watch usuiil doctors' iiuarrel over th. Tin: uated Oen. Oreen Liny Smith for Con- 1HpS of New Jeisey and Oreat Hrit-- j rjage of Miss ij,.rlie ',ylo, Mi. Wol- -' death of n dLstingiiished man had no ex-- 1 giLs by acclamationi, Lincoln's choice iu, ,, re named in connection with tlie.'.u.-n- . to jr. Pierce Hutler, of maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness rc.pt ion in thocaseof Justice Waite. Since not even being named. .Mrs. Lilly iXielil!t,j,j,.f jUBticeship. luinville, occurred at the burneil dwell- - , md dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles Dr.Ca hewentto Washiiiutonhehiishail and Eye Glasses to suit the A ms .ioiics eie cieiuMi ucic- anil jtoi. .1. Aust ne Mieil. a soctetv col !.,.. H... ;.f1i Tl.. .t o ..VI,.. oline Winslow for his family physician. . . . . ..tirt.ial prewnte nlvu,I- .l,y that OJC. t I. 4li j.- "V.i imtol ; Vitit'iillttnti ot In.' respon.ioni, ioeuerKiiowuas .ff i ' '" '",'".nMwriiii.0Hjamt jir.nuui, of UieNavv.pavingthejusticea,. will no doubt ,i.. i .... jyo . nfu.r n sbnit titi(f ...i...i t .,. i... w i.i.. ) rtitii-- it M nvi 4iiiit Hi" danger friendlv cull, was alarmed at thu act ept aim iiuerw iso no iwuiiii. .Miss Sneatl was, jgooiw lost, togctiier wiih marly all tlm iHuew, of piieuiiioiiia. developing and gave orTTVVTf IMrfY pus symptoms ft f) thu duuuhter of the even betU'r known household furniture, family portialis, J f V - a ders for treatment in direct conflict with is iiu.kinjlim. Lek, of ..i.-a.olw,,)()U,i,.nt( wearing a(twrel, etc The locoiixithc 1 that of Dr. Cm oline. The madam rained lour 01 urn ? in a private uuiiei ear, j1(w gone to A in-- J which A N(.w yor , train u whinh a liellabelloo over this unprtifoiasiuuiil wmi a view, uis Mini, oi ninius us ue- - ,,. w,, . ,,,, !,u.i.l,ii...l uitb ithhw pullii the t...i ... i. ...... inrMr.and v..,. -- , -; conduct and now makes no bones in say- signs on the vi,pie,i.lem-" "' Hut Gov. fiUa wntm.(im dlMmt hfH nhifci Wngj ,la at 12 o'clock the night .,1 their " ,lk r . ing that if her treatment had been let L'o will not get thcro this tine. Oov. ,,, .,.,.,. imtt, :.. ,,.,,. Mai, , . ,ir .. , .... wvu. v 35 t r j't '! ' '" " ii j would now be flMiv ni rii'ltiitiii I ma tout tlin hi11 ii 111 alone Chief Justice Waite ; .7, ' ., V eountry, for tho 8twouiphniiiient of end of a freight train which had liccn , . . . It is nearly alway thus. . a living . . ; .itA.vui m !.,... ..e i i i win , H' niiu iiniv , tin, HJIIIU rt. tifc rIS -- 0fiL . 1$ ' i Uf'HI'H III "I! fcl . ifff . . . J.. "It l"l ltHMI "I ffwwv t....3 tit vi ' -uir H H - !T H u me mum can i,c. c' , ft.m, A,MhM aM( ;. .,ww. m ll()Uu. T.iiiiiK is one I told you so" who has Until county had twoseiihrrtioiibSiin - ter lmilly hruirKil on the piunenger trtcn, a right to talk. Am far bark as early in 'j'iik piK-- t oi the Ijexiniiton Observer' ,li,.v l'arly in the day Iasb Hiee, a lend - 'iind tho cnbistse ami two freight .vr. Woodson threw u fire brand (im,jlt t() IS83, Uixiy ()1)t ,,,-,,,,W(M,Uhe.l and mortnlly Mounded lrtswhed to pieii-- i. This delaya tl .in'tluiuuupby six ing a straight tip from ilU( j; himmdf until his uosti bleeds. ' citiK.-n.iiho-t , Frailkfcirt that thing were very rotten ni(j .i,MI,m. j tIB last issue is absolute-- 1 lihnself with miicldal intent and the jwo-- dvjMirniiv of the ri.la! jmrty until n Uy tlio u.o - ning. , in Denmark. It creaU-- a coiiM,leniile , t i,u.tin that we hivoH'l wlv bUU 'rt'ier 1 YT . A I F NIT t .T'lfc. J JMAI?rF illif'VVT, i". 7 HWiWi WWMIWMI time, but thowe Intercut- - ,;vir 8MM, an,j tm, writn' editor and ,l.t'"th of Judge Thoinas H. Hamilton, who &Si$gUMA-fffseiisntion at the T MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. a . 4B W ttt.f iWfflrvj'ii nr-- . i, iwuwau i" ed bitterly denied that anything wiw in rt.,ltiu' t.(i;tr are both no m.id deliberately blew out Urn Imitns witli , . . ... . ... v jmt j n r in it .t u .iwibm n .Mr. l'lurce I'.utler, of Louisville, and aiul tlie j tjmt ,,0t,in but llQd, higo, blood, will shot-guany other way than slup-sliap(Jen. Green Clay Smith was elected MissHobcrta lloyle, of Danville, a sis- mattor finally died out, except in the misiv them. to Congress from Kentucky many years ter of Mr. S. (i. Itoyle, of the Advocate, republican inuondocg. way of (iov. 3IoCw.uy's bill authorizing a n.rri 1ml ot ilnit- tiniii it u.ih not sine ior ii'iim oiiii'i'liMl lust ;l littrstliiv oviiiilnir nt i r. " J Tiik l'.idiicah Standard is a good paper conference with tho South and Centnil Jaiiie.s H. McCreaiy to make a canvatsin o'clock at the rcsldeuco of Mr. If. K thing, wu have al- - American Governments at Washington this State without an army to support Wolfolk, at the latter placu. That night but enough of woulil in April, l.Sh'.i, has passed the Senate as him. Things have changed from 18(W, .Mr. Wolfolk's housa burned down and licilld. s uiibuuli. ways suggest that tlmj othco can it came from the House and will become and noxt November we will seo evidonc- - with it the bridal presents valued at Si',-u- s therefore make out with one ropy and let the e.y a law. It is another feather in the cap Louis- - oOO. Mr. Wolfolk's loss, is $4,000 nearly of it in tho Kiglith district. tm one that rome.s go to some other as of our model Congressman, covered by insurance. villo Times. reader. well-knowd. u. Tick news of the death ot Chici Justice Wait, of the Supreme Court of the Unit- ed States, took the country by complete surpri" as his illness had not been an- nounced. His disease was pneumonia and he was ill hut a day or two. Only one of his daughters was present to sooth his dying moments his wife being in Los Angeles and the other children in various place. .Judge Waite was a native of Connecticut, where he was lioni in 181(1. lie was educated at l ale and in 18: IS removed to Ohio, where he was admitted to the bar and where he soon won a reputation as an excellent cuunclor and advocate. He served a term or two in the legislature of his TiiKHKareno new development Jn tho Tnto defalcation. The committee ap pointed hy the legislature to open the vaults and examine the papers and other accounts therein were stopped at the door by J. Stoddard Johnston, on behalf of himself and the other sureties, who filed a protest against such examination Until his side could bo fully represented. In the meantime Tate is safe in Canada and nobody knows but himself how he made away with Sl'OO.O'.X) of his trust funds. His conscience now must give him the intensest anguish. To end an honorable career with "thief" branded upon his forehead, a wanderer upon the face of the earth, with no hope except that death will finally end it all, id terrible to contemplate. Hut he has made his bed and the general verdict is, let him lie on it, never so hard though it Joseph W. Drexel, late of Drexel, Morgan & Co., died at his home in Now York City, Sunday morning. He was born in Philadelphia, January 18, 18:0. His fortune is estimated at S.M,(XX),000. He has given away vast sums to aid woi-th- y objects. s, &irtry, gted and gait gtablt, Lebanon 1871. Flailing Mill, Col. Win. R. Shelby, of Grand Rap-idMich., formerly of Lincoln county, is one of the sons-indaof (Sen. George W. Cass, who died in New York a few W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. I KIIANON, KV days since. Gen. Cass, it is icported, A OF KM I', I'roprrltor, left each of his children a, million dolLONDON', KV , l)ixir, Sah, Winds I rrnnc. (.Mini;, Hair Mold-ln- u lars. -- Times. Mantlet llrackctt, lorincet, Stair, Neueli, llilutlert, Verandat, St re Mrs. Price, aged HO, was sentenced pnt'.ooil tiirnmiM And laddie liore alway for hire Counter, Hooting Sulmir, Kronlt, Shthinjf, Shintfltt, I tth, I nmlon it the rcaton.ltilt term mint com en to the penitentiary for life for aiding and ient point tin the railroad to rech place in the Konijh and Drettcil I.umlier. biijniKeltewlicre. Send fur pneet before 10 abetting her son, Sam, in the murder of in the mountain section of the State Sheriff" Winter, at Clinton. Sam's case was tried by Judge Lynch recently and the verdict of death was immediately 1 HLMYS d NKW IJltlMI PO f'.l'I'OKrt, J !' J WHITE & TELI.OW ONION" SETS. FAFEEl thr-miid- i ui.-usu- al E'DTKI GARD3HN" S3SEIDS. j M 1 , SHOIILDKHS JOWLS. long-heade- ex-tio- v. 1. nr .... ,,,,. ..... .... t; .,i .......... rnj ,i. jstii,e. ,,,, KvKO:i''DllRD Da STAlltfl'Ho .w,,.. i THE BEST IN THE WORLD. JUST TRY IT. .t j ie O?. K;. "VT-JLH-TOIS- I j j PLEASE OBSERVE -- ... ....i i -- ... - I M'ROBERTSSTAGG .r vt W m 17 i i A FICII.I Al OXiiiiO, (M'I'aVCIIUKIC J 1 - r- ..ii!iii!..i - peis-oimlt- ' . ' JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. CLOCKS, ex-(io- j ili i. -- ;' v. , 1 , ... L-- .ki 'v u'.,-i,ji,.,- in ' -- .--- i ' fj f irt-Inl- iii-m- '.." 1 1 ' .,,..,., rtiw ..-- ..,, ,,,.,, .. JI h i, ii i?a ff j villu ' ROBES, ....j. ... iL'vv-iaii- .. , "'" ' ,- . O IT' T2W ,. 1 ftxl ' t nil-fir- o n. ... tfwiHiSite., i 10 ' , ""!" -- i Lp 'alSisMi Jr.r L,Li t$ttf&W&BXt . .vy.y :T . t. . ..wrM tUSLP;iJ WALL PAPER cvad FXTHlTmarBE. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. appreciative s- - i 3,i B" '. :.A.. ., A. rrt'' .',. ,J . 't.,H !. ' "'"f -- w - I M" w?"'sv 41 TV' 2. NEW YOKK IN A BLIZZARD A BOREAL BLAST AM THAT TQOK GOTHBY SURPRISE. I ! i:rrjlo.ljr Horn It, Ooml Nnturrilly, Although It NiMpcmlrri All rum nmt Incident Almut llic tlroiit t'lly Trniinportiitlon' Hotter. llu-lner- ts -- n " t -l..v-.4Si- lfi r?v i- -. 'Vrf. V iBA. fej S2s&&v$fA . v i z- - ?: "" VA j.ii Kiyr. " .;;. . .. $& rkvS.n . ''", r -4' K -- WN-N -- vr: 'raw c I im.-j-?- i " di UghtM of tunihhu,; In tho drifts. Of ttorletof dtteiitionv from olllew, r1iow nml RUittH nn t mlliM Mirkty might Utwrlt- ten, hut li TuetMlay thitclctutoil trains wero riinnlnj, ngtiiu, hyThui-Mli- ) mitof tho mr-fiuI inNwun in ordui, nml tumiu of tho eontril utory lines of mil, nml hy IVlilny llliktteni hnd alll'rnt loslllllisl their ciHtoui.u iiAIHft, tho priiitiilo exceptions Ih'Iii tho hugii iiles of dirty miow thnt oruiiiiiLiiUil tho ii wiow driftJwerc not ro funny iw they might Imvc liecn, hut '.t illutriiUtl what hn beon moiitloned liefore, tho oxtremo gtxxl nntiira of iry ono. flnllnghcr won hurled n ilorcu tlniM, nnd old ImU nnd rIiocs xtuck In tho Miow llhiitnititl hid Inst resting tilnco. Tho most nimisliiK nights went to Iw seen in tho nmrow cross ktivvU nnd In xucli tluircniclifarc nn Mullierry utrcet, tho hoinu of the lUillmis. Molt street, tint nlKnloof tho Clilm-M'- , nnd Hatter ntnvt, nlilch In lllled with nit ml Iminl t lothit rs. Ko m hlilt got through thost) htteitt Lefoft I'liursdiiy or j i may nieir iminiilliinu MtlRretl houip-wh.-it fro n luek of foinl ni d conl, hut tho lnlly nero coniieniite joungtr mus A CLEAN CAMPAIGN. tlartlor by the uiuisinl vh $ 4nvtM. Tho upring pxt left when tho lillznird iH'gun Ho luiKii't lxoii liuinl from jtt. iSK F.U It) THE F. Q. KCY MONUMENT. YORK him lieen vMted In Jli'iimry nf tin. Mini Wlin Wmle the 'Stitr Siuitilcil lliiiiner." the tlciid'y liliauinl mill Tho Into Mr. Jn: iw Mel., of California, in will not Mmii forget It. Tlio vast machinery of tlio gloat nilditioii to tint fund left to Imlld a big ol- rltv Mil" Hoppol short liy tlio w r atorj , undo n Up.et of f W,000 for u Ko , the nuthor storm, and tlio consequent 11 mnoiul loss win uioiiuuieiit tn rranrb of tho ".Star Kjinu-ghmormon. There was much sulToring too, n.iuner "' ilr find hoiii'i I oix of life, Imt the prevailing l.lik IsMiid tohno sentiment njK'.nrs to bo tint tho Hrlod durlits'ti led to make ing lii"!i tlio metropolis wns snowed in wiu tho lopiet.t In this onogreit l;itini'j. Of courso other ut wise. Ho was ot of the eitern Hirtlonof tlio United Statim n thoatro in Call Millrriii to-i-, iind u severely in some places foruhi ouoewmiig nit Vi w York, I mt there It wns tlio greatest hit ins th inrly i novelty Ono mot rtiiKillt.m umhit-tmlo- r tin) c of tho ii'Ih'1) sends us tlio follow iiii;, wiittou after thoulty Ion. I'liblli- had t somo extent thrown oir her robo of w u r some-wliSHOW i S$S&Zrtbfttt divided lie Tlio oldest inhabitant Imi Ixvn Lnockcd teon north and out. Tim hlirxard I in como nnd gone, and W 5AT MHitli. and when every ono It li'i tp. The chnr.ieturiitle fent theorehitnilienii uiv of tin JJ'W Yom crowd is Itn good to plaj tho "htm nature. People went to Ul with tlio thcr HKinJed Ilanner tii'i'iic'-in tlio thirties mid with n drJ7liug the plwowtis intei tun falli i our tlio rity They tiwokoiu ruptvil by hiitM's tin-- ml ! of tho deadly blimnl mid thi Tho loyal teiip.i T'io general stitpcmiloii lunched In ItH tm iiruvut at mi of liuilni'M which followed tliiain over) one hroko out Into m into comit rimtitiu, hut it wo tln coitsiorun frVrrri rffl - in.-i-- in . tion which nccvptcd the. inevitable with n J I'-- "-tiimlit go-xTim hbuikot of Know gT:wo. L V MV&r . tbnt Ml over the city clogged tho w heols of """"s .'"" "" 5J- w '1 "! cotnmonv, Imt (iothuin Joid nUmtlt : 'f,l,lur 1 liiiitiiMioii on ilr Tlio hliurirtl wns not so fierce iiMthovi which Lick's mind that f E&? ,H swoop over tin-- northwiwt section of tho comi trx, Imt w tilling down u it did on the ,w?1; Hl l" ms " r. k klv Mo.vuir.NT. a iiionu a thickly K)iiilntttl district it did ItiiinoitM ilaiunc Tho .rtftjt of NVw York nro, itmi ment to tho author of tli'i ton,;, Mr. I'ninois Scott Key. Tl enow lurntltfl) ftikini;, tininiw Tho onmuifssfmi ror tho monument was nuitilonii olid vlininll llllcd tllflli Morse uliUh hud otiirUtlon their rmtM weiv nwnnlod to the sculptor W. W Story Mi ttopjKtl mid nhnndoiiod liy their tlrlMnt. .tor toinptett!! his work nt Itiime, ltalj, Tho non iilhtl up around thfin mid the) and tho liKHiun'ctit. ha Wn (hipixsl by ve l from (iuiio-- i to Prm Fnneli, where it nr- pnnUtl n pictun of nliftoluto deMihi'iou. Klerntcd trnliit rtuck Ivtwceii ctitloiiN, mtlwifoh m no timo nro It will lmllflj- iiio fivl high from the Ikim to tho top or tlio mid kept tlifir iuiuiUt iiiiirltoiiid for hourn A lluro of America holding tho star They hitlKheil nnd joketl mid niide tlio Uitt IIT of it Attn with mi evo for Imidiiexs got ivinglcil Uinnoi, hurmoiititu tho whole Within tho four column Mipportlug the Is n flsuro of Ky. Tho 1m iiiliefs on the 'tildes are of tirourt. Tho two stntnos nro nlim 5 N. of lmiir. Tho lxi.lv of t'io monument is ; curved rnm I'.otimu trnvostiue. n vellowih ?ix stone, of w hioti St. PfteiJs und n oltiou of scnsio axSi $ sl k tom2. mi ixszrsM 'rt r l i'm -r--- r.'fr' .....- i -- "'"' r jr pt t; , '-- rr iil AJ Ttm lrolial)IIItles Are Tlmt tli CoioIhb CnnipnlKii Will ll I'reu from SoitnUul ml lniuTnrjr IrioiitilllliiiJ. Tho coantry Is to bo congratulated uion tho prospect of u campaign In which foul cundalH und unsavmy pcrEoimlitics will cut a much nmnller than hcrotoforo. 'iho lust l'raeldcntlal contost was dlsgru'ccful to tho Nation, nnd a'jro id did much to sliumo tin. llutthoio hnvo been others iulto ns disgraceful. Tho floods of personal ubuso and vituperation poured over Jael. ion und his wire, over Clay, Von Huron mid Harrison, tho vulgar mi. us lucn.id nml ! decent stone co.icodod, wore hucIi in to beget u hriror of politkn. It seemed us If the fpcilng of u Presidential campaign wm tho lift lug of tho s of hugo tewers for tho purposo of deluging tho Ian J with feculence and llltlL, There Is no reas m v. hy,h.i s tho V.;., u PnsmVntial c impalgn should bo a Haturnollu o( beastliness, why It should bo dreuded hy every Aucri.n iiuxlous for tho good nnmo of his iwuntry n.id hopeful of Its jirogress In morals as in politics, business and education It should bo rather like thut review month in nil wcll-- i cguluted schools which comes befoio examination-day- , when every voter llko every hcholur himself to a study and review of principles and their uppllculio'i to our form of government. Divested of iKTWinalities a 1'iesldeiitlul camp ilgn should marl; an era of improvement and udvumo m tho science of polities, in tho principles of self rovei nment. in tlm ltiiow lodge or Americ in history and its jihil- Too often It luu been u National natti in iwllutlon, from tho vilo effects of which three .caro havo not b en suflleient to free us Tho unclean birds t f evil omen gather hkovulluies at such utimo to hold high carnival. If tlio lowii!; cnniaign is to bo a e'ean ono it will bo n notable Improvement on many that havo gone before n and possibly c.ue'i in our history. Uolli part.os see n to bo doilrojs th it the cjuui'; campaign uhoiild bo elon. now Hut wo have u great pabllc iml National question boforo im. This doslro liashliown itself in the discussion r f tiliaat u. There Is nothni j n jit to Ik gained b.. i.ssalllr.g Cleveland n, Ingalls uss-ile-nl him tho other day. Ho his bv.n eminently dl,'niiled und In personal dtaieunor and puvato life Tho pcoiM'- - t insjiisdH of op.nion m this is e.'l.-icebv their admiration of his ljvoij ioin- - wife, and to this Is to bo thur fioriunt and genoroua ex- Ol II quilO USIUU(1IU4 to her OWU loveliness and tact. Tho villainous powder , imemir.hed tho President m iho last a . not b used again. It U all t, ha.-uund oven those waa used It are usaiimod of it wrtamly did him uti wittingly u kimlnenj. vv'.ueh is ovldenced by the tndl ,'ii'itiim v;hu h hm foul nbuso has to generally cvoiscd Thouion disc -s l aa partloli iimdidates by tho Uepabliciri'i aro gontlemon, clean men, whose prlvuto llv-eun not bu Allison, Orcsham, Ilnrr.son, Sherman, Lincoln offer no m r lor detraction and scaudal It is wry muc'i to tho in torest of tho Kopublloau jurty to seo that its cuiiilld.no, whoever Im i lay be, is one In vvhoo personal and there arc no pags which mut bj closod, else socio of tlio dirty birds of politics will blaion them to the world, hoivovor far baoU in his biography thoy may Ik. A ilcuii .ampaign will bo n boon to tho bo.vs, the girls, tho goisl women and tho wen of the country -- u needed L'ssoii in iwlities in iu best and hlghcbt Hood-gateChl-mgo ma-kndo-ceprv-miuu i.i-i.1In-;ill- un upology. says tho t.oulsvlllo Courier. Journal. A fow wcelto ugo wo declared thoro was no Important quost ion boforo tho country, widen hnd come up Tor legislative decision ut Wmhlmrtou, upjn both sides of which Hon Juhu had not ut ono tima THE FEAT OF A FLOPPER. DEATH OF HENRY BERGH. John Slitirinair t'uroer im un Affile Inu The Friend of "Our Dumb Animal" Jumper Ills l.uttmt Hop. Joins the Mnjorltj-Wo whh to offer Hon. John Sherman , v Ur &L , KTTSi tfjfrrii.i' , 'l.rH l3 Ttf' UiW Jl."v. idtlcr nnd cluirpxl all tho way from ten to flft centtl to let the iaMtllgers down to tll rts't Ndoiv One tlnrkrv whowiecccileil i i I liking quite a little pllo of numey Intliti wa wih Tfrvlv juiiiMksI for his cupidit. II wit on the odjo of the t.rek Uiking dim' fivtn xiHngers who wen tired of In in c'kikiI up, when without warning u train t ami along, throw our hi older and loft him sitting there nt tho mere of the bint and with no nitvuis of dooftillug. All sort of ehii le wt iv Improvlnvl. TIkko who had Tliono who ilnln't miow sliMt. reio'o' iniiiie tlio of it One man who was the owntr or ii skill liirno.xl a bom to it mid drove ulKiut Kllinir oonl The Mfl called his erart tho "Mnv flower." Tho vast busiuew tittpulntion or tho me-- 1 trojiolis in.1) In dlviditl intti thiiHt clntM. , llir)s,t who livo Iu thos vrlio live In tho upper uitt or the Mi d, nml thoso who live In New Jrrsev and other suburbs ll niih to eet down to 1 1 fCV nhT iiivr.ii icx nnintir, let Iowh Not (Vitnlnlt W.'iiiililliun. Mr John C. New, tlio Indiana member of the Republican National Committee, and editor of tho Indianapjlii Juriit, is very iitiNious to huvo Harrison nominated, nnd in CHAPLAIN TALMAGE. his .ipor ci. os Hits as nn argument in.favor of hi favorite: H rrison bus largoly tho Ho N Str.trti III lis ttln 1 till trfiillt lteC. advantuffo in ono rospoc-ov- er Allison Iowa t 't ilrltiiiit Ailil-e- r. 1 is ivmal;' nn tinqiiOjtunabi) Ucpublicati The ltov T. DeWItt rnlmnse lias f.tepjnsl next November, while Indiana is tho State into the chaplalnov tif tho lliirtcouth ivgi to bo foaght Tor mint, N. Y S N (J , made vacant by the I'nrortunutel;. Mr Ji.hu S CIarl:on, tho death tf tlw Into Heiirj Wartl llcis hci low a uiomltor of tho U oubllean National When Pivs'tlert Miifiln, In April, lsi. Committee, nml txllt ir of the Jotni btate J!kj. called for ;. (XKJ volunteers to fci vo for thive itttr, does not ir,rce with his Indiana assomonths, tin Thirteenth of Diooklyn wnsouo ciate in the enurnlttco that ' Iowa Is of the lli- -t to to the onll, mid for a uiiquustionubl.. Kejiublicun next tlmo ww, stationed nt Anunpolis, Mil Not'crtbe- - " Slnco the war tho organization has On tho coutii.ry, tho HeiUt'r announced Ik- - n HinlUtAiliisI mid is now quite n onl) reeontly thut, If tlio Iowa Senate factor in tho City of Churches The juMosth riiiroid bills which nro going throufli the. Hoase. "tho State will bo rciinont ws'ins to require that thogofN-- l to them byemimnt men. Henrv doubtful cnou'jh p'cane anyiKidy," while Ward llceohur, who oilleinUsl forsti many it lu.snlo served notice thut. if tho Iowa out , had no superior in tho field of pulpit Senate passes tho Womu.i-Suffrugbill orator), and Mr.Talmnge, whoMimisMiiui, which liu.4 gone through tho House, It will , Itvius well known in America nsun-1 at lmporil tho stnvcss of tho Ilepubllcan In low.i oven ii this Presidential his illatliiguUlu'd preilssor. IKtrt.v vear" In the f.u-- of such confessions from Mr. Cluihson, It will hardly do for Mr Now to io on clalmiiu that Iowa Is a sure Heimblican Stato .v. . 'ef. v 3 'Xi"rr.s(' tv;(-"y 1 ati.-iiccr-tainl- .v 1 1 o 1 t'loCnlovsr itnnreoontriietol Tho rvninlns of the man w horn tiK monumfiit is intituled to tsun iH'moialo lie in tho ccmotciy of Mount Ohvet, kilt I more, llodiislin 14.1 K&, l. .1 Yrt-r-- (Qp. -t IlrtK-klyn- lj$l ofi'ift i6J' r..i .'14'., ;tt'fr'i.A' FX'rt tl 'I. 'f &1 fj& ?iim LTJ rv,J '.' 'i ffKtV ', , ',", v It ,v l --- ' s U? i ' lili.llltst. Misimlisl. Ul'lllV Xtit stllek on tho wav.but moat of them wont liaek homo nnd sti)isl there. On Mm second tiny of th.t it n in a big line of Ice enmo down tho Noith liver mid lotlgcsl lietwecn Iliook-lv- n and New York. Many availed s of the opjiortunity, and n long lino of A few them-selve- hi ' Mi Ll?r 'II rf ftt-J-a W - UI It Ii rilliJf Welifl" IlV? (t$A Vu I -Jl l. "Aff Il''i n fin Vla II I -- H --- - ) IJopnlillcnii 'I i let.ory In Iowh TI.qio aro solid iudleationa tlmt tho Iowa Kepublloniii i.ad Piohiiiitlouhtaof tho ramo State uro on tli'iverfpsi I'dlsiolviti" part uur- SI"I ino K uble..:i taiii v.nt'i tlic Pro- U'bitlonists m tho tl ii aud vv ith tho t.nlsk.v men oft or o . Th" P rohibition- lata iuv tired of tMi il) iu .m! u urf.i nd nro- jsro to hoi',1 clou" inn ' fat :; Whatever iho Proh ; .i ,cs it must be ma) be iniltl cwccdcd tlmt a great iiuitilxvof them have tho courage of their to'ivic'.ioiu, und it Is cntirel) nutural that they should be with tho 1 1 1 tiino-seivin;- ;, voio-seokin- g The duties. 'if a ehnplain iii n inlhtl.i legl-methe two cities. in time of jhiico nro fnr tliirerent from Us'ii soon. Tho gloat luldo, coveitsl over thoMtnt tho fiout In Dining the with a white nimitlo of mow, itrtlched its Into "disagreement" Iswartime. tweeiinoith mid south v ist piitportions lietwoeii tho two cities. neai ly overy nyliiwit hnd its chaplain Iloiiontli, blicl. sjKcks of hunmnity moved Thenoweiv chen from nil filing over tint glaring surface of" the ice Manv of tho Irish tormentsdenominations had Cntliolli Hut the tlott did not May long Tho t do eir-rleSome c hipl'ii is liavo unlittcd up tho river, and ninny who hnd ven- iniestK. ststs, but tlitro wero tnnn, caos of it for their tured on It tlid not succeed In g ttln,; to tho j,ivat UsefiilnesB among tliein mid somo of o'iKislto bank, and had to lw tnkon olf In grcnt heroism. tl Ix-c- IKslestrinns strtttlusl (iciom tho Ico lsct.vHu Such u spectacle has rarely KWKAHINO IV II tl. TVI.VfAflE. liOltS liiill.y Homo. Itrpuli'li an on tin' ' nto. iblo block of sirtot c.u the oilier dii) to enine ujon the cnusoof it, n It will bo amusui r. sa)n the Madison 1) to seo tho Ki'puhUcmis squirm for bilk) horse, at the v r) moment vvhe'in b) VSKSifa -- v stnnder stoppi I out n to tho roadway ni d positions on tin fence now fora t .w months. fi nftern moment's nuiipulutlon sot tho mil Tho Demon .its huvo jrea boioto Congicss HSipC fl : mal going iiR if (vilietly content with it. I the tariff bill and tho intern. revenue bill. woik, ThoMimss of tho oiierntion wuski Tho two urc estimated to rodm o the amount " 1 W K Imuitslinto that I ei tuuil to ask how it was of useless surplus. nbouitT.VXM.uxj.uuiuullY, r- -' f. done. Tho man did nut havo the horse) look und tho amount of ta the p t pio pay to trusts und combinitiotis ah nit f l.V),0()J,uOo. whieli usu.ill) ueooinjiaiiloti tho isvsst.vsion o was ov idently an amateur, ami Neither bill Is near what the Republicans .tuble LvtiW did not ltesitate to toll mo nt onto that ho want. Tliey know Iho count ii will not seo simply plmtsl under tho horse's tongue uclilp ' any disaster to un. lcgi.linu'e Industry In I either bill, ami )et thoy will break up it of wixhl th it ho pit kcil fiiiin the sidewalk. ' "Anj thing else would have doneci well," ho thuusiiud trusts Tho Republican desire is i went on to explain, "fi r it is only nctYixriy to supiort ami defend tlio cornel s, comto divert tlio auliiuil's iittoutlou for n mo- binations und ti lists', but to do thut and not . A horse,'' encounter disastrous defeat ut tho polls ment f loin his raneietl gt iev i hocoutimiisl, "Ihii iticututo of ono Idet ror j' next November Is what makes thoHcpub- tho tlmo being. He can't thlnkcf more thin , llcun xlit!t'!un seek a seat on the fence. .iiio tiling at a time, litis one, for miiuo l.oos I tail lor lllni. rensou or another, had tho notion that ho It looks bad for Ocnoral Harilsou thut his COAI. IN A HKIKF. would stand still Indcllultely, and ever) body Coal was u pretty scnrHni tlelo nt one tlmo, tbout him was tr)Iug to convince him that personal organ, too Indianapolis Juurinl, mid got to lie high n.s $V n ton. Sons of uo WHHiiiibtnken about it, I only changed has been forced to defend und exhis Italy cnriiisl It around in sacks. Tho Italians '.ho current of his thoughts, and wlrnn ho n plain to Senatorltl record four mouths tho convening of tho Republican to wonder what it was that bothuied blm prior wero exceedingly useful all around. They o tmngeJy iiuder his tongue he lost Eight of National convention. A cutidlUuto is hulf bellied tho hotels out by hotildering quarters In advanco when he Is forced to ' (if lt.s'f and fetching them from the markets '.be other IdAv of standing still anil went whipped a campaign on tho dofonslvo- ,- Kvko- to the kitchen. The placards stuck on iho ahead naturally." Boston Post. ine (JnU.) Dispatch. I mm mft snzl. r&m M paod a eoiisitloi still Mil,; n tho influence of tho dram shtqis, and tno other half wedded t j p ohibitijii Tlio Prohibitionists ctti m iko tho IL'pablicaii party ono thing or the other if thoy fool disposed. Hut tho Republicans should not bo pcimU-- i ted to play u double game. Thoy should be forced to decide lioivecn thu saloon-keepe- r mid the Prohibitionist, mid not permitted to humbug Isotli. Hi publn ana. It ii to bo hoped, says tho Missouri .Vjtifc-- i Iriii, thut Prohibitionist t will stund up for their pntii'iple-- i cvvr. where. Hero in Mis-- 1 f sourl tho lie publican party Is under one-hal- r&fl U j 1 I ' ' sts-ret- ( i lit Ernclio Itpiii.il, tho celebrated bandit "l northwest Metico, who wis k.llcd cccntlv, Hut ir Mr Sherman Is so anxious to curry begun his c.ircer of robbery at 111. He flii favoi with tintl Cliineso eoplo now, why I radios d on his did o not do so when he autw,onied them I i in lo) cr, aftor It tn-- y be abked His !" not alwa.vs liecn which ho loft hi a iKditicu. with aa eye oat he Whito House! Lome nnd went to True, but there are p lit leal winds and polit- the town of Vali'w ical wiuds, as thoo Know tot) well who dities, wheie ho have set their sslNrorthein Our estocmed nmuseil bimtclf by P.cpublii-a- :i it i.empirar), the Chicago Trlt-un- drinking and once oxplalned tho Hon. John'ii opio-sitlo- n until not! to Chinese lOittk'tiou on tho ground flotl that Lis that ho w ished to keep himself solid " with hnd unit the factor) bosses who were anxious for men in punnilt of Chnieue i heap labor. This may havobecn him. Then he fled tho explanation Perhaps it was. And per- to the mountains, haps Hon Johu tliinub ho can keep him- with a fow men rilAOMO 11EUNAU self solid with the fai ti r) bosses now by his who joined ids udvociy of a high taiiiT, tho result of fortunes. The office! follow ed, but wort seanother one of his Hops. duced by We do not prelouiUo say. Wo otily go so oon growHerual to join ,tho force. Tho I. mil ) mi-stroii-und Mieoeeded in rarus to suggcbt that things have pretl) taking someftO.OOO from the dltferent mitict., muc'a Ih.t kind or a look. Hon. John wei-without protection. thinks ho s a might) slick tMliticau, i.ud If whieli Ucrnnl was u second Itubin Hood. oftu ho can keep thu l.i.mufactuiiug bosaea on e nnd terrorising ""Jns Htios m l.ia side by his taniT flop, and sw.ng tho Pa h h tut once miiuo soldiers flop, for ;,u'ri' 0,' ciflc States to him b) U Clilne-onco wo shall tie iiieliueil to iijfre with him """'s "I's'iit. u "thu mm, crnving nt a. small place wneie no was, not knowing him iu his opinion of lurasi If thev asked for food. Tho robber fed then somo I'urtliiont Unctions. nrtl treated them l.indlv. When they nn iv isl Tho following lVblramcd co.nment ujv r.t the next iibco they discovered tlmt thev jicirs in n recent issue of the Cincinnati hr.tl lnn entertaintsl by tlie man tin t'xMinrir ol iit fc "A great many peoplo siught. Her.ial was in the habit of pivli.a" a havo enjo)cd the line wit of I.ijt, an illus- loceipt to all he ml bed, payable when ho trated weekly published hi New York. Hut should liecomo governor of tho stato of it hits become a brutal i.ad nuty partisan Smaloo. When ho took a town ho placed sheet, basely svcophaiiUo towards Cleve- guards to piDtect if, and none of his men land, und a shameful blackguard of Mr. dared take anything w ithout my Hlal'io und Mr Sherman, and other RepubSevti-a- l At urlcins having bee'i killed by lican leaders No Republican bhould, from Htrnars bind, the governor of Mnnloa this time, buy u copy of tho dlr.y thing. to hunt him dovvi, and ?I0,OO0 was Tho beastly shumofulumi of Mugwumpery ol". l isl for his hind. Sometime in OotolT Id bo stampod upou Capt. Moras ami thirty vv Inch it illustrstotv sl.o. rim, hired by until it disappears In u hole in the ,;round." fovcnior of Durniigo, on tl.o Uniilit's Coinmeutmg on tho above, tho Now York trail mid followed him till they killed him 7 W says: "It never scorns to occur to tho Illaim bouncers' that thoro must be some A s,t)llli llenil.Tollet. good reason for tho coiistanlly-iecuriln- g V stylish demi toilet worn by a New necessity of bai ring men and uowspapcrs Yoik liostiiu at n snnll dinner the other day from tho Rcputihc.ui fold. AVliy is it that had a w lute satin, benuti-full- ) ivttiooiit of i Ljf, liko so many other journals and men, einbroiilcrcil iu dark steel Loads. Tho RepubIs no longer lu s)iupith) with tho glatv silk, back, lican party I Why is it that tho processiou color, of in straight matching the lieads iu fell phits ti tlio of bin h desei lei s comprise? bo iro a part Tlio front of tho bodice, mado somen hit in of the iiitelligeuce, and Vt it, und conscience tho manner or n man's dress ivit, fell open of tho old Repub.icun pu.)l Would it not over n waistcoat of dr.i4xl lisso, cut sliglul) bo more isohtie lo try to stop tho procession low in front, Tho coat was high at tlio by lemoving tho guevatuoj which havo started ill Some thing of thh Kind ought Iwik, with long sl'H'ves. to bo done sojii, or a 1 tho flower of tho MiuliifT tlio Ctmoy Inland Hotel. party will lie i.i tho tamp of tho outcasts, Thoy Imv o ch inged the plans for tho movruithermoie, it is veiy haul on those who iciuain to tell them that no good Republican ing of tho mammoth Prifcliton Reach hotel ought ever to look at ono of tho condemned nt Coney Island. It will lie romemlieied journals. That Umittt their loading to such that tho sen has encroached so much upon utterances as the ono quoted uluvc, and the tho island ns to undermine the hotel and human uuud can not long mihsi.t upon diot j render it.s detrurtlou a nutter of a virj shut time unit" it wero moved. Tho orL;- -' of tiutsoit." inat plan was to run flat cars tinder tho Not tillOll l'olll'V. structure and pull it w 1th locomotives nlong Tho Hutlalo thin, commenting on the1 rails laid spiviilly for tho put ( oso, each cn- candidacy of Mr. Hill, siys. PARTorffOTEL i h to Mr Hill, It seems unjust that he shoi'hl be tin eatened when ho has jet to ifav i. .:. i i ti :t : ii. .:: iii ?a i sy i '.9 throw tho Hi st straw in the way of Mr. f V X. 3.x 'ft i Ho bus praiaod his Cleveland's smvess udmliustratlou und has iivcn Hint credit lor wisdom ami prudenc i wnen other uitlueu-- ' tial members of tho party wore filled with :j a" u dlspleasuie mid lead) to tin ow down tho Cleveland banner iu disguvt. Liko Now York, wo do not behove that utiy tiling can be gamed by treating Onvei nor Hill sjiab-bil- y or by sneering at Ids lulluciico or fol-- ) ic-co1 voted for every intendment which win proponed to weaken or nullify tho bill. Ho voted for tho emusculated bill on Its final p.iHuge. When it was etocd by tho President he voted to pass it over tlio veto. Wo should liavo given hint credit for his consistent record of opposition to Chinese restriction when wo mado tho ehurgu of Inconsistency to which wo have referred ubove. It was un ovcralghton our part, duo r not to any Intention to deliberately do Sherman nn injustice, but to tho fact, wo suppose, that the Cliineso question was not ut all prominent before tho public when tho charge was made, and did not onco oc- cur to tho writer when recalling tho tor's political record. However, since then Hon. John has tul.cn pains to tquarelnrnelf on the Chinese quo Hon at d ti make l..s recoid on that Re cord with his record on other quostions. In bhort, he has Jloppcd iiopiicd a ( otnpletely as ho ever flopped lefore m l11 Ills long nnd eventful career of hYp3. It win only n few Caya ago that ho jcjijiod nt the ojijiortuiiity uffonled hi: i by tho .1 reolution In tlin Hcnato t to ncgo late a treaty nK' the With Chliiu liiconnratln t u provioion that no Chinese laborers shall enter tho United States, to leap to In ret t und exctuto this lutest Hop of his He left no doubt in tho sKceh ho mado us to lit po.ition on this question now Ho wus us cmpHttic iu favoring Chinese restriction a he has hoietoforo been in opxing it. Ho had learned tho viowoof the peopioof tin Put die States on this matter, ho stud, und ho announced thut "tho time had cvmo when ho behoved that Ch inese laboieib hould bo excluded from this count beta to the) would not adapt themfclvos to its i iviha.loti ' "T ho time had como" Is good, "cm client good' for u man as iufclicitoas iu happy phrases us Hon John And it Is quito u coincidence, is it not, that tho time como to Hon John in this campaign year when Hon John hopes to bo u part) nominee for the Presidency, and ini.ncdiatel) uftor someveiv vigorous cxpie6lo:iu from tho Paclllc coast to the offt th it no man hostile to Chinese restriction need expect to obtain tho otes of California. Oregon and Nevada! Hon. John s promptness to heed thoio expressions la un evidence of his ngility, if not or his grace If u Hop has ever boon made In quicker tlmo than tlds, wo should liko to bo remlnueii of it. Wo nro tnat it lowers the Hopping Sou-utoBena-osoph- y. st Proi-.dcn- Wo Hud now that wo were wrong when wo nulo that dccl iratlou. At that tiino Hon John hid a consistent lecord on ono question, to-- . d tha of Chinese immigration to thin i n Jtitrv. Mr. Sherman hail op'WHeil all efforts to rostrict the itnuu tation of Cmilles to tho United Ktutoo whenever bo had u chanco. Ho hud fought tho Cllfoi niano at overy point of their struggle to close our orts to tho Morgohans ho tesisttd from llrst to List tho Millor ltestnrtion bill of issj. Ho Ilenr)- Bergli, tho founder of tho Now York society, nnd Indirectly the many societies throughout tho United States, ror tho prevention of cruelty to nulumls. Is datl. Mr. Uergh was horn In Now York in IHil, nnd was tho son of Christian Hergh, n man of Ocrmnii Tieestry mid a prominent shipbuilder Tho family Iwlng wealthy tho son was lllnvally educated, and nttoutlod Columbia eolloge Heforo completing his couiw ho wont abroad, where ho icnmlticd Hvo years. Prior to his depiitme, ho nnriinl a Miss Taylor, tho diuglitci of a wealthy 1'ngllsh- ... ...... . .: i.. i, s til Kriihuk ftenuttir In Mcinljf I'fthlp. The Lo)al Legion Is nn oiiranlzatlon composed cntlrcl) of olU.-err-t who served with credit and honor Iu tho war of Iho icbclllou on tho Union .lilo It li Bald that no jvcrson can gai.i .idri o oai itotho orrunizatlon who was not ii .. 'iv. sluice dunng tho war, und his priva'o lit t.'o-- t bo without a blot orblenutli Tho o.iIt lumbcvs ubout Hvo thousand, and i t .cnlcr ihljis nro scattered througlioat tho count rv Some tlmo binec, Senator John J. Ingalls, President p. toi of tho United Suites Senate and a incut candidate boforo p-oj Th INGALLr. SNUBBED. I.ornl l.clon lUrox-- to Admit Z , many cruullles to niifmnlH Hint. Iio Iiihtiio lnt're.tisl in the matter to which ho dovottsl bis life LiUron ho met the Karl of Harrow by, president of tho Iloynl Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to Animals In Ixndon,iind tho acquaintance tended to stn'iigtheii Mr. Uergh'a interest in tho objects of thoiocicty. On Mr. iMTgh's return to Now York ho organized tho American .Society for the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals in 1W"., and In tho following ) car tho was invetttl with roc-iet- Ho reslsned it 'tiriR vieo consul. tho ollleo two years later. It was whllo nt St, leUTvburgh nnd on witnessing there Ml"rjr,S, L''Sr Z?Z .,...,..., ..t,...,,.. ...........j burg, nnd . i tlio . . ,.u power., of prosecu tion nnd arrest. At llrst .Mr. Hergh met wit h opposition nnd 1CJ tub yy j r, LATr. iikmiy Knr.ir.j,Ycneh (lf New York die land left the association ?1V). IA). Its obJ cs w ere meinw hlle succevsiv ely recognized elsowhero; stato after stuto adopte I huniano lawn similar to tliono ndojiteti by the legislature of Now York, until thev nro now on the stntute IkxjLs of nearly or quite nil the states. Mr. Hergh dabbled in hternture to some extent. Ho wrote a satirical jioem manv vearsngocalhsl "Marnesl Oir," but it was mercilessly eritioirod. Ho also vv l oto sov end plavs Ills "Ixive'ii Alternative" was by itmnteurs at tho I'nlou Ioague theatre in 1VS1 mid wa.sn great failmo. Henrv Hfrgh was undoubtedly somewhat visionar) ; but he accomplished n great tied ofgixul. Ilf championed tlio erratic Count Job. nines (well known on the stneo tnentx juiin ugo), but ho stopped cr.ielti.s to cattle ' in transit. He opined vaccination, l.iocu latlon and vivisection in tho mte'list of cieiiee. In this oppnitioii to tlio causing ol pain eiteutial to seientilL discovery he met w.th no success. pn-hutsl ridicule, but at la-obtained tho gm port of the people. Tho society continued to grow In Influence, and in tho magnitude of its work. In 1TI Trillin ltnnntil. fi t j j ,,,,; not b.v the rules of the becomo a member b i iikhi or any "uetiv o milltarv Dm w..r. if I. .ervieo. IK.i formed fair ... p.e-u.a- o that he exnected to ' slldo peace rully by vii t aeof lil-- i hiyh ofilclal iosI-tlo- n und prouincuce In . o IJepubUcan party. At liny into it v.as pcncr..l!y understood thut tho order would uliow him to become a member of t'io third tlas. This was, u,i s'.r.tod. tho fcollnir of tho Loyal before bin. iuv uotorious. speech .he Senate hi which he went out .;-- .' tl.a.O .lcral Winfleld of his way o H. Hancoc; .v.n ci .i.ly of t.u lto Confedor-ute- s. Th.s i havro w. a i.t prejioitcrous against Ocneral Ilaacoc.: ii would havo ..i been uyamst or (J meal Sherman, d it shook t'.o .'.oo i jumry, Including tho boys w u v.ore the blt.t Tho Loyal Loj on, bc.'o.i which tho application of Sena! r ln. lo for membership was pcndlir,'. utWeun ad.) nljht, on tho tugiit nrt . Ho i of 1 lgJliJ made his foolbh spoech. Hn application vras no, acted upon, ror tho rcaeon that tho brave men present, who phowed mercy to a rallen foe on the Held of battle, c j iclad1!! tj extend mercy to the nsij,7u r.cd und rcc'iicsa Ingalls by taking no clciulii'' ion in hia caic, so that he cald i : .cvo tl ji t ej' future ctnbar- r.ismctit by withd.-- . t.h z liia application for mcmborshlp This i a hcvoo out j iit for tho huuglKy P.vfliie it i. : :. cf tho Sen- ute, but it mrrht ' . kin if ho should no ;lert to Wi h '. . 1. upplle'Jtlon. Hut ho n no. ncTleft i'. c diii-incLe-rio1 1 U-n--1 become a VCul niemiifr or lit' roUo.to ho could Aa i.m--. 1 nel National ltjuublleau coavontion "gtan"5amd ci .:vzr. Itu'i'l" tn lo vj In Ott'o Toward tint Hiliimi .let; en.. Thcro v.n . ,v.y .i '.o- - . co lsultctioti of distiugulshc I Hj,)abl.t. i i l.j. I in tho City of Clncinra.i ioxj. j. l..,. tho .' qilie'. und the par ,e .iUs th.-o- hi HurrounJ d thcmsolvcj v." L"i ,.:i i of most bu.'vrostivo secrecy (Jovrair io-a- or in rived oost- haste, and loo'.: iimr.eri ut tho Oib3on. Then Hon. Willi..m O. I. euh-- m of tho Dayton Jotirni!, ra.i dov.M. last lr, olrincc, and cought scehisb.i, us d the distance f the. Hurnet hoi. .o bi! urel room As tho Til tlo A MEXICAN VI BANDIT. t'rurllo Hermit, !m Win rent I licit t. Klllttt In u v3f gnui-blni- mm dis-uis- rude conspirator! and aoaie others met to gether to eo5.dcr the question of where to got goi :o bood'e It v.aa toliited out that under republican i .aagoment all tho money belonging to tho Stato of Ohio had been enp3ncl?d, und a deal of that yot to cevne had been iratlcipatcd; that tho treasury v;mj b. nkiun. that ro'ief Stato could not bo f j.v.d In n lo-- n, tho e011StltlliO!l.ll lin.TfH.ili.f of (tin State va ulr.io.3t ehaui.sd; last they must havo t"iO,03.) ncrht i.v'.v or "bust," and that tho on y p opor la!aj v.Mj to forco tho biOoon-- k 'epori tiic, ii u.i They sin cod. i Iverim; the obstinate i ad l.i I Tt.pall timid hearts : und tho i, iu tlij h.-a- t of his glee, Hon. Wei D. i'.io'thau v.scii his paper, over h i or. . i iL'tirii, jfo"uwi: "It d ' v H be Increased to :t t.o D to nil roaml. bu. cm .. t s Lccato ihall T.-go to tho '.m. Vho Siato re3. quire. roo.Ce..1, v.'hich i en i.ot Lo otherwi o com.tituttonall) It iiiquehlloii of revenue or b m'rruptcy "' So It is now c o v y rude rstcod that tho Kcpublican profraujuj n tj to amend the Dow law that tac ta:: sha.l Lo for each saloon, hrespect.voof told whether beer, whbky or any tliius ci;c and that $.V) from each na'oou goes to help out tho bankrupted Itepabueati .aw i cjient. Stnll-Inglwo hiiij'f'st Hit. it lw n slmllur sound to tho old y of tl e " Stand nnd deliver ' to'.nffhourof unl3ati i i ii).)ihcdthcso .t bee-aus- 1 orm-mr- s t iiuu-dentoo- jO o-- rcaJ-a3ent- 3. I " REPUBLICAN A DiSPERATION. , gt tl-- K-- 1 z TntsiTrft in J is Thin to Tluow tlm I'resUleiillat Coutrst In tliu Ilotise. Tho Philadelphia T n of a recent duto says: "Sinco .inniea G Llilno Bent wonl fiom Pat is that hb wdltiotbo presented for the consider..: .c a of tho Rcpub-licaNational cnvcutlon, und Ocorpo W. Childi mado hi l dcellnatiun final and absolute, tho Philadelphia palit.c have about como to tho cono'rsloa tta tho Pusldcntial nomination nost l.koly to yo to tho West. CouccdinT th it much, thoro io more talk around th ci y about artlo Wa-tcQ. Oreslmm. or iau ana, 'han u 1 t'io other Tho MiLm- - Rci lUseati illt!clans, as u rule. It.iv o ) ottio faith that tho party cn.i gain r. . lo Stato v,'on by Clove-lanojtccpt, pji n j.y, Indiinn, with Ores-haut tho heal of tho ticket, nail that would leave thon foarvot- - , '.ho.'tof tho AM vo'ejof tho i:ie. toi-Collego to make a majority Thoro hm been during thopa3tiveekii3cliomodi.sc".:r3cd which is understood to luvo cuauutcd from Washington, und which It Is claimed lo feaslblo and possible of a outeoajful conclualon In the election of a Rcpat'ieaii. "Tho svli-ntho (.ohx'tion of Qroshiiiii as tho Pronldenti.-- .l candidate, tho carryui't of Ind'ia, and thbthrowmg of tho election into tlio IIoumi of Reprowntatlvcs. In brief, tho Prohibit Ion isTs i.re to carry NovvJoisO) and prove it tho e'ectlou of a President by tho 11'cctor.sl CUegc. that (io'ieral Clinton II l'bko is to bo tho Prohibition candidate, tho pro'positlon as formulated is that tho Republicans arc to indorse him and by ncoMomcd effort to tno Dc'uo, rado cuudidr.to in tho Stato and count!) "With the Projldcntul e'evt'oo ti-i iuto the House ot R'nr..,i"it .tlx i the 11 v jmblicans could (k.t Ciolr curdulnto. th t party having a i uj in.) ef iv.eu.y Sta't tho Dcmotr..ti hKticn, wita ono, New llumpnhnv, .v tic." nio "i 1 1 r 'i. 1 d, m al n do-fe- at iii u tw s low MIL' ( w: iinc-es- j I ' be-fa- entr That ho Ai u followingaiid one that It would bo party suleido to buriouitly mitagoulzc, will not bo donled by unv person who desires to correctly stato tho facts. When Mr. Hill enters the lists us the one who shall try to defeat tho will ol his parly, slir-- 1 after such will has been auUiontativ iiiflcd, then It will bo tlmo cmr lu'h io0u him that hols "destro.vlng himself." Ho or any other Amoricau citizen bus the right to usplro to the Presidency Nor Is It nccos sary for him to stand in the background uu'il some man shall decide under what conditions ho would accept a nomination. MOVl.M! t L Xt I Iooiaotlves THE nOTKL. P C V, Tht cars I gino woiklng Iudeienih'Utly nnd along Its ovrn lino of rail. This was found to Im impracticable, and now tho locomotives will Lo c0,,l''', tandem, ami the towing cabin will tadliitof i oin the hindmost engine, ns shown .1. ,.,U VJIIK,J ...( UIUf,llllll. .III; (,IHh difficulty will lie to get the cubits of n uniform tension so that tho diffcieut portions t f the building will 1 moved uniformly, but the people in ebnigr ni e confident that it is not mi iiiiui mouutnble obstacle. Kcpiilille'.ins ut .Sen. Tho Phdadclpliia V.e , a Republican paiwr. printarcspmsoiior tho eLM..ciini of the Republican Co mty Comnilttoco nf to tho question us to their Pre choii'O now that Mr. I'luino is out of tho Holds uml says of them: "Two feat tues illst.iigubhul this cxiio8sIon. Tho llrst wis the jtoneral devotion to Mr. Hlaht ) and tho leluctamo to accept hia lelliemcut. Some or thu clialrvcn I irar.cd that ho ouglit to bo nominated in spite of Ills deelimitliu, others who low to bis detormhiation did not conceal their i o"nt. The second reat-ur- o is tho dlverspv at'd uncertainty of preference outside of Ir. Hla.i o Thoi o is no concentration of opinion whatever. The choleoof the coalman Is divided between Senators Caiaei-ou- . Sherman, Uariisvii, Allison und Quay, Mr. Depow, JadgoCios ham nudotheis: but no ono man reti more thau u fourth of the eutiio iiuuicr, uml even tho preferences ludlcnte'tlureput forth in a teututivo uml uncertain way, rather aa subject of dUeussIon than expressions of final judgment." Poun-sylvaii- iu fir.u Va.' tfy. . it- 1A.A, ,.Vt- - j'JtAw.'Mi m4 .. ,?' .iJrJ3vi.ifrtZXl faMb .&a;if.n. tit.. t.Jem v lttfcJiJO . V vl i.lltH.th . Vj, fci 4! ! tjl KimtT K m raww .,j.-- rr-T-r-r- -r 'tr? M," '!.' '.ji....! i. . ,i.P.il . i, linn. i,- ..,-- . ,- ., 3538 i , ( ii .in in ii " " J V I T"T ft iID-lsr'VIIL.L- B, KIEHsTTTJOKZlT,' Wc have received our entire Spring piirclmse and now have ready for inspection the Largest and Handsomest and in every way the 1M Attractive Display of Fine Dress Goods, Elegant Trimming, Rugs, Novelties and Notions, -- 4 That we have ever had. licaulifu! and striking shades in- - Henriettas, Almas, Tailoring Checks, Plaids and Stripes, Side Bands, Challies, Surah Silks, Fancy Silks, Satins, HLACK SILKS and many other NOVELTIKS not heretofore shown. We claim to be, without fear of contradiction, the leading CARI'KT HOL'SK in this section. We show affOYlTETTS, VELVETS, BODY BB,TTSSEIS, TAPISTRY BRXTSSEIiS, AlTD &LX 3OTwAX17S, all ZLT THE ITEWEST AND MOST AFFKOVEED PATTEK1TS. Prices LOWER than ever known. EwTMattings in Pretty and Attractive Colorings, in all qualities and remarkably LOW figures. We have many new and pretty things which we have not space to mention. New styles in Head Wraps and Head Trimmings; new shades in Kid Gloves; pretty things in Neckwear, Silk Umbrellas in large variety. Come to see us; it will pay you. ROBERTSON & KINNAIRD, Danville, Ky. FKANk V HEKfllKT P l Then a t)R W B rKNNX ATTENTION, FARMERS swoop of .shining I Mill piv the highest cah pine -r I resh whito nhhI Ito.ich, lurked hy dark pinu t be ieliicred .it the I migrant limine, Tho Original Wins. fore.tts, with uii'ltiliititiK sky C. I'. .Simmon. St. I.ouli, I'rop'r ami live-oa- k ASK&k Oil) Or hard, K. - 7 M. A. Slmmoni I. Ivcr Medicine, hii'.l 1S.SS M. I.IVINM.MON ' fc'TANFoan, Ky., Mahcii -- ", l in lino mill liotv ami tlioro a monarch jSo. In (he U. S Cour( unrtATt I. on Lancaster si., ppo ll.cilln. I'ron'r A.Q.SImfnnna II.. All work, ;uarantecd id anions tho tree lifting his proud hoad ite Hck'ulator, IUCd by Zeilln idol. LOUIS SCHLEQEL, tire satisfaction M. A. S. U. M. ha for 47 ear ahovo the rest, clean-cu- t and sharply-do-HiH'cured lNntoTH).v. Illimt.iNin. V. P. jjraoofiihu'. acain.-- t in phiino-lik- o l'IrirsiA,MCKniAtlACH,I.O-.ArrTiT, Sol it Stomach. Ktc me (Mm oi tilt oval, ino tiu skv. I "".T II. Keami, Tutor .M. K. RICMIMOXl),. - KV i'ity, with it.s forests of masts, sits likotho (Church, Adam, Tenn., writea "1 muTWEL??, auuoK t mould nave (cen dead but quoon she is, her trreat postollicu and icr your (ienulne Jl. A. SimV J Phomsrape in all style, and ie. IV lures n mon Liver Mtdlclne. I have custom-hous- e looming up consieuously; India Ink, Crayon an Water Chir ometlme hid to auhiniui No lc to wor; newriejiot; Conwith water-work- s 7 "Zellln'i atull" for your Medl M iM it .le;ns (n r lo uric J C C II It ti c,nt ,,u5, " Jon'l ajiiwer the nit ill Is ill COD IS LOVE AND N0TH1NC ELSE. lCUT$l tinental I lotol; elegant court-hous- e and "V I'll so u, mkis, K. s HKTIV Ur.J. U. Oravfi.Kdltor Tkt graceful church steeples furnishing a llMUtlHEW), K Ma,iS; Pjftilt. Mrmnhli ' Tn ..... InWclegaul Hull sill tand at IH) Stable J'JvAISK TIIW LOUD. it.-.-i;:'" pleasant variety to fill the eye. irvtiTru a pacnar 01 your i.iver thli iciidii, at $3, CASH, at lime of nnue Albright .V Martin be; t inform their inanN Medicine, and hate uted hallo! It. I.OlISVII.I.K, KY frieml ami culonirof the cIiamc in nrm tijuue Why IVnsacola is not areat city with It work like a charm. I want no with privilege 'if return if "W i n.. nh alf LKTTKH FROM liKOIiCtKO. I.AKXKi her ineoinparahlo advantages is one of I ii belter I.iver lleirulator and ccr I II III MEN'S (aiuljr no mure oiZeilln'i mixture. MARTIN & PERKINS, the unsolved problems. Hut that she is The new firm hupe nut only to kiitUut the repu Pi:.ns.uoi,a, Floimim, Mahcii 1!, ISSS. sure to he recognized in the near future FINE FURNISHINGS, IJIlon of the old, but Intend lo male nun) im from last issue. is verv certain, to mv mind. The conContinued piovemenliiM the m.iuufv tnrc of IoImuki lih u ill tic to the interest of our iiutoinr. We will Atthe I'onsacola Junction, we struck templateil railway to Memphis will Mart Underwear, devote ipeclal aitenn n to our Natural I r.if hr.iniU of Kcutiiil.y beM le.il. 'lhaiilint; )ou a leisurely "composite" train on this east- - the boom and then things will go with Hoslory, for put favor and aliai; fur a ciniinualiiii if cm branch of the I.. k S. that I would a rush. In the next ten years colos-a- l )ur traue, e remain M A Kripettfully K "ur, K I NS Gloves, K 1 IN ,V 1'f have called an accommodation elsewhere; fortunes will be made here by the rise in Fine Custom Shirts only, I notice they spare travelers the "real estate." I put it in quotation marks, EDWARD H. FOX. cold irony of that most undeseriptivo ti- -, Let no one suppose that I esteem it MY SPECIALTY ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, tie, and ive another name that hits "real." Thu fine .tillion will make the eain I iSs .( i 4tti ami M.iin im f.ir.n. j mile Ir.m Sljufi.rtl mi the suiiti.td Uut Pensacola isoneoftheino-tcharm-w- e .somewhat ii"arer the mark. However,' daxviijI.i-:- , and Danville pikt, reachcil tin city by 11:4"), a little after iug places we have struck lately. And ' ! AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. we are having a blessed meeting in Ar- dark. Ilani('ed to lilt elegant new Imildinit oppntite 1 friends, IVtter.-o- n , mory Hall; and I am aininj: fresh life Captains Our jron the poitotlice and l better thau ever prepaied In I)ii ciplio.i ,.ml l'edii;f"e Vermont llambli publii- with pit ture frmn toiiian i. a blai k horc, tolled in ifsj, 16 hatuU and MeHriiiJ -- both marine titles met j with every inhalation of this bracing salt THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. aiiomtniHiaie the tire. Satufai fine uiuranlred. photograph t life ivlnli- t'l't lirliKid, kited l lion hiuh, William I us with true x.dlorlv welcome at the sta- - air. Praise the LOUD. Wo board with Wik'h,b lll)k' ll.iinllrt)Htian, I till a in Kaln Oriinev, lv (till' Vermont, i dam HUik N nn, tion, and we were taken to our boardinj:-hous- e a Mrs. Toler, like our Mobile landlady, a The sre.itett reduction in price ever known nt l dam bv Helm' Yotkalurr, by Imp Vnik.liire, C. W. METOAL.F. JR . WAL'l ER KIKI.n.S" lirst clan shoeing and repair I ittlc Html), l Wagner, bv Sir ( harlv, by Sir t ., leant trouble. A.iin, Presbyterian, who keeps an excellent .1 without the . i i r fi future.' nhy, ith da in Kmilv Speed, b) Imp I ri lafli.ui, j All kin'd. of work AHY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. nil dam h) I'ackolit ,'mIi dam b) (immlftn r , I remark, in pussinu;, friends are fjood house, at reasonable rates. We live at i7oSiciUe"an,J in 'the done in the bet of style .tnd warranted to Eive 7th dam l Martlaml I'humv. "th ilum by Han tbinu's to have. M"ay we all have plenty 117 Intendciast., but plain "Pensicola" ftatufaction or no pay. .nythinx in iron or wood M 1 nibal: oth dam D) Mlkv, ! I'mvcl, Sue Ilinih, ) Vrr Siit-eon a letter will reach us. The streets that you want itive me a trial and be convinced. llrure' Stud llmik Vid I imhi1 of them, anil :ood ones. ALT KK FIlil.DS, Turner.villc. iwmt llainbletiHilan i a tine, bli home, with On How attentive and kind these jrood are very Spanish, as the name of ours rlneii Will pritKc in any court in Itatttrn Kentucky t)le and kikmI Immic, hrii u nure brcltr, Kxammationt of Una till, mail atpenalt) Any l rid by William Welch, the lrc of I'rlmr Impvn (,'iMitlemen have been eversince, let these tells out. The main thoroughfare is i tract of timber, coal and miaeral lnd for al, J S, Jnimi.ib i jS ll,ui I ran tr( in Kale, Informiticm turniohed oh any xinl and cor lrrd H llv t n or hrttrr W llliain Welch w faithful rceordi declare. Wo seem to Palafox street, after and old Spanish govThousands oi' dollars worth of vvporc ,:;S,i,lf?? pritalc if, ut dam reHmlente xduitcd dk' ll.imblilonlaii, i'rimr, 1 mind bt lmMHUd id tf hi- kins die ccry ernor of "credit and renown." have always known them, though but a the dam il HimIcii ear from ( iiol-er17, ami 1 ntUi (mmi n( ( otto) and mic of mik lititti r, I must stop for the present. Lots more It is more fatal to i hit kens than week and two days have passed since wo Trutlce, nlamhi mon of Mnuibrino, bl Imp .ill other diseases combined. Hut the Meaci'iNjecr, V( rmmil beifi a Rrandwitl of (he ureal lirst laid eyes on either of them. dipt. to write, but I mut not trespass on (j).to,ji!.vittH;wAiBaNT Chicago DrTia- Kvolvk llainbUtimbin, the ran4t Mie livinc. That is preaching strength. It wearies me to 1'etterson is a Xorwoniun-Sco- t. and (,ill' Vermunt coanblned, liackrd bv tbur discovery ol u iciiieuy mat fr'tlnny ' ll.lS ...uihbrrd, will make a tine .Imk hort IliUk'. bom in Norway of Scotch parents. Fol- write for lonir. Preaching rather re . , . been . llindc, .Uld tO be COli- Kiimbieumian, li ArnluMuh, mm l Mambrino, VlllCCd OI ItS CMlCncy Olll)' rClltlirCS A Um hi Imp MellliHiMlcr, ad dam by Itiahop'. lowed the sea for lon' and settled hero freshes than tiles. 2375 llamblvlixiatl. Jd ilam I) Imp trial . bottle is enoiiLh for F.vor in Jesus, (,ko. O. U.vuxks, after the war. A reat, whole-soule- d ;iir Ni'ntHWt.b) DimnlMjf' Vtrmout, nice ol one hundred Lenin IkhIi chickens. It is guar' the dam of Knlnm,; 16, 11 dam by I olumbiu, d d and man, ( II irkle) hhi of ( olumbu, kirr ol ( onndemi-Killed in the Act. Sent Up for Life. anteed If, after using s of with such hearty ways that one feels free & CINCINNATI 1 dam b (lie dam cl N'l- LOUISVILLE Ileriund, ir ol a: To the IMinir of the Interior Journal J jd dam lit Matihlu, ne ol the a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly licl.ray, a, and easy with him from the lirst. Ho live- J5 Mtnonivu.M:, dam of ( liman, a.(i Olll Verimmt (he aire of satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Paily, Secure tu I ravclert, JIar. L'."!. Yestenlny llniiHer lli, 1 J.l, lllack Muni, j i', l.adyOax on a hire estate a mile and a half from Coloway Jones, a brother aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBff in law to An-- , ', and l.uan 1 n. ' nlM' '"r "' ''"' dam of Cholera, return ft to the undersigned but within tliecity limits ilrew .Jolnibon, shot ami killed Wilker-mii- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE the court-housli'ambi'ltii W like, j iS The Kihl' 1 Mh. Nellie I and your money will be refunded. i ml) (lavta tii (, jj(, . Outlaiv 1 W, I'earl j though the city buildings cease a mile & llealrlcr lady I'uliben J.l"'i. and Ken Durham, near Pineville, who hail Cur Sale b) MiK .t.cn Stamt Im ky (iintiini this side his house. t ibj, and lrv it 1110 m nam hi Ever attempted lie I ween tbe'zrcit commercial, eloped with bis wife. Jones committed I'll r)HniMHi i 10U on the Ohio Kiver and Chio;o, and hence V Mis.icoln ih ever dreaming of the citie I For Hvhk- llain'l4iil.iii. bv Abdallah. nr ol ' I (lie (leeil Willie illirJlllIll WUS 111 heil With the fa(et lime and mint comfortable train), be. I Kent mare, NCWDOrt NC'.V3 & MlSS. VallCV CO. Sir Waller 1, 7; l.t d.1111 h (. harl "boom" that is to come and her plan of Mrs. Jones. . tween alt point the South, or to the West and Ii. IimI. .......rw.,.w , il.l.M lln.- I- w bi lll.li ,. "J I' .. "V. Itullliu.mit..r rortniict. M he counterpart or this train on all' I ri dc trial at ? vc.ii nf Mi the future city is on a prodigious scale. llamMtrtonian: til ilum Sllinrt.nl, m imp ".:' i;i. in Ii f nub tr 1. U t The jury after being out about two trunk lino denominated The Limited Kprek lrcI lanlltletoiiian m Ille Hvxilvk h cntfer . ; . s .. . d Irishtic fiiuviu runin? hi'oir w c einoioi ?iie tu ron. Capt. MelJrine is a 18 1 Y nwordu llOUI-letUineil II VCnllct Park b,i H',lnn,U I, .11 llir finekt lionr, Nellie j ulaomid .17 other withTrtnl.il 1 of and Unlimited Comfort rtter; lift tic danu ol great man, who, like Capt. P. has been a "'"At all Coupon Ticket Offlce In the South t.1.,c l,lJt '""Jir,""'! theIhc mfhit bi d hurf in utliefk with ricoriUiil 1 in or bctlcr i I'ii'ii-i- . 1'ivi.il liia" pUlllsll- mill ! liunillil )C)11 wm fincJ ourllme labl.and tlckat.. pi.bl.. it .11 Imv a priie Say .Nfo- - KuntiHkyolfvrcd lo Vermont DownuiK'k) bv IliU'k lllaik llauk, traveler and after much wandering, has inoiit at confinement for life. '0"on Pieice is ' non' e'mungr anJ nek to Monun, ii you waiit1',,j,,n'ir,n,,iiibiT.i Vermont lmvn irc nl Kllmn Allen 115(1 ., rn nuu Jiai o n ihojmih jouriiev. .... iv mtc anchored in this pleasant spot to live the a 11, and alj in a ik aire of (he iUin nl l.nlKina, J O. McCOR.MiCK, iiiviiioer 01 me inner laciinu in Pell $30 to Insure a Living Colt. xiri' of the dam ol at.imbrino llrui'v, jthe aire nf PULLMAN! SCARS AND SOLID TRAINS- rest of life out. llclle Wilkun 1 aNVv county and the ca.e was tried in the f&XtX'SZS And a "goodly beiitage" is, this old KiloX Circuit COUlt llill'i Illuck Hawk, by .slicrtn.in Siri-tlWIl.KIN's MICAw IIKH.vIrr of llbick u lint Irotll'U marv llill'v Illuck Mnrniin, Uduin Upon a cbailve of f A- HuckMiR, 2tj 4th Ave., I.oui.villc, Ky 1'rlnci! Uiv Hawk .. u.. II .' ..rnni...n, ...V. i.uw.vr. i. ..tic p. Cincinnati, Ohio. Illuck J.UK, !', Kiiinli .i.JO),, and the dam ol mil' ol llclle nl Sarutiyi j ay, I ami. I a."'). Spanish town, with its glorious harbor venue. .3l. ICtli.ui Yiun,f Amerii Allen J US, mid To WnHhliiKton, Richmond unci Oiim Alley, trial j vnS, d.im nl Willnn, jioS and romantic surroundings. It has of ilani. nf Our town is full of visitors and pie-- 1 t a I, and Albert l'"r.incf. j.iiiH, In ISDVCKS den. and I the irt tti'-- , I Ik TVnneuiv IIi.hicIm: 1 JJl,. and population, with l,()(K),"more "Heat- sents the i j7, TiitoI, 1 II AMIll.KTf'NI AX. Kriind dam'l.adv (irimvuld Old Point Comfort. appi'itranc of t.ikiiif: new life, .1N11 the luiindcr nf the ureat lllaik Hawk laiuiii Trial to wh;oci 2.1S b l''lyin Mnri;.iii ers" (emphatically, since they are all appivciatinj.' tin boom that h.ii in the male .1111I li'inab' line (no of 1 y or Wilknu .Micuivl'cr iv.i'ircil In HiMhck's sweepine. overj tailors) in the winter scaon. There are .Smtluastirn K dam I.ady llroitn, if.iin nt' I'iiknuk, better lcprcclltalli. C oliimbiih by Old ( iiliiiuliilk, aire ot ('. W. .M. "itmkv. X)4, bv Srelv)'j Aincric.in Slur, ;r;ind ilmn bv ( niifitkuce 1 (ll.irlJt-v'- a Mmm;iT marc S, 1L1111 now about 70 sail in port, most of them mn in 1.11110, mn ol Aiiicrliiin LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE .ickit Louiavilo Out Ciiluinbiw a H cniiverti'd pacer, bronflil To and Oinclinnntl li ":; siuare-riggecraft of respectable ton- Irnm Canada, kire nl C'liulidetiie t jR, C'liliiinuiis W llkina Mic. lubvr died Miiincr mid led bul !. Co , and Yiiiihk ltiw.iiniind Ciiiiicttiiins,direct fur all iinii (n ilie In ml inr lir ivirv imrl iiiiin, Ifk.iiliiiir RAILROAD. coltn; but from hit urc.it pevd, rich brcediii); and XavicHtora.tt, ikkI iImj "Ire t of the dama nt lien lumbiit 4 ,HH uuniriient form, abund.inl priunUv of a of the world. There are Russian, Ucr-- j 1 mot brilliant career, bntli im the track mid in the .Morrill37V41, l.ouinu N. 1 jo!,, Naiiu-lc-the tire(6, of 11 WEST NORTH - WEST AND The (ire it (.'oluiubiis l ioiiiii; Mud. Major Thoui.n Morton, ol New i ork, 3 man, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Urit- - i or bctlcr performers, mid he hint 4 n thai jo that he unitu SOUTH-WES- T. Old 1 in or l.sh and Ainencan vessels, in varying 'THROUGH TRUNK LINE. $25.0011, u mid the timorefused lor Wilklna.111 nlfcrof li.iii!lred liiuiidcr heller ticrformcr family, L'liliiiu- bcrjiKt.t short before bin which of tin' Coliiiiibini bun i the Krcat driver, ( arl llurr, hii)k Unit blnod w.u Pilot, Jr. hlnod proportions, all now taking in cargoes. to the K.ith.it III he ban aliv.iVk C'oimiilcrcd t lilt III lie nf To The No. 4, N.j Wilklns Micaivbcr breeders kiKtained the Io- - of v.i tu Kentucky The town has a distinct "odor of brine IM kkhh r.xov. 3 Daily nnu of the vir) ureiitet of .ill the i;re.il aonx ot old Dally. from the ocean," as Longfellow hath it, l.x. hun IIamblcloni.in It)kdyik'M llamblctniii.in.whoklredlHXh aire .mil I.vc I.oiiimiIIc ' 7 00 p m! 6 and the wharves have a motley look. damof II AltKAWAY li.issln-i- l o 1 .vipcrfnrmcrk 50 a r KKNNV Arr I.ciin;tun y,tl, mid has hired 10; koik who h.ue sited nvcrooo a Fishing smacks arrive almost daily to " While bulphur Spriuc.. 10 35 p m 115 50 a in '.i pcrformera mid liaa sired the damn of 511 per" Ch.irloitile(V.ljuntt, $ 10 p 111I11 10 a of "red snap-- 1 unload their finny treasures former with record 11I a'.yi nod better, provliii; 40 n " Richmond will ut Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal use I gijwrnmunt hiiililinvjs. horjii'-shr- n lir.uvfiil Penny ce court-home Herbert, I1EXTISTS. Sgm f- THAT FIGHT " i WALTON. d, SIX PAGES. .t PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 ELJZm GII.DEROV, Jrr -- v: .' IN-Sll- fAFTEIL' Cholera Cure! VermontHambletonian s a ky. -- Jifl .Y :l lt - i iiAinoui,vnJi.K. Jc. 111 Hiil 111 IMRKMHY . I 'ANEW FAST MAIL I co-cen- ' open-hande- broad-shouldere- , two-third- e, J i!9cl 9V 11 1 a,(, ,, 1 kj 111 j 1 - kind-hearte- . ... . ' Chesapeake & Ohio 1 1 , a - oSSlf'' l 15,-K- )0 1 BAST j - JLo &. yk o t. WEST ';. d 9mi '"... ! 11 I .Mlc-.n- I SOUTH & WEST WILKES. I 1 "sheep-headand "pompano," to tickle the palates of gourmands in Cincinnati, Louisville, Chicago and St. Lou-- 1 is. A great warehouse is devoted to. i their packing in ice, for market. Tho bay is third to Naples and Sidney, among those I have seen. It is exijuis-ite- ; 'JO miles by 7; deep anchorage every' feet at low water on the bar, where; witli room for the world's navies to ride ' per," " I Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. '- -'( the harbor lies as per-Santa ltosa Island, a break-watThe entrance feet as could be desired. is barely a miju wide, with Fort Pickens (kept up after n fashion) on the right .... r..i.... .i:....n..l...l coining in ail. u ruii.'ivivitjMioiiiiiiiwuii, j-t ti.. t.i.c;. V..IC.,. on lliu ll'll. .V iu 1111.cn ..r... ,..,1....;.,.. yon coiiic to the navy yard, on uiu icu mainlanil, with it 'uxtoiwlvo hut Httlu er safely. Acrpss the mouth of ( 1 J POWDER Absolutely Pure. "!! Only one change to points in ARKANSAS & TEXAS. EMIGRANTS ; ..in 1 1 oi powuer never vanei, A mirvl nf mirilii " ..-'" Seeking home on the line of thii roadwill receive iirength ,...1 .ratraNtut,, ..u .l.i .viore Special ratet, man in ordinary kinds, and cannol economical Le sold in See aijenti com,,elitt0 viiih the nltlltilllde nf lot,. .1..1 ..lit.. airor write to ot this Company for ja(e, route! ;. . "' "". W.I.I.. .mi. 1, .1, ,. n,.iiij3 powuerv l" v.ii, ..I.... n. nl. I... noiii only in Ac,, "anC. V. ATMOHK. (J. !'.:& T. A., Kdvai. IUkinr I'mviiER Co., 106 Wall .Street, New York. I.ouhillle, Ky. ... 11 i lime. You will i And will iru In training tho 1st nl .. 1 10 rind no IniestiratliiL' the pedigree; that he i one ..,i 6 jo of the be bred otiiicr lHin.cs miiith nf the It her 111 I1I001I Hi; b.io tlie iieorui! ine. .Miicric.in ' Ll.iv anil .Mi'eiiKcr tn lack him lor 11 speed pro- - ' Lcdin-in- n lilvl.iiin l,)r CcnXrxi ,im iT".'-'dm er MV J '""'"K10" IVdiKrt:c -- Keiitiv WilLu1 w.i ; kind by I.)le it ,,our f",er than "V Kast ' ' IM 1I.1111 "me Ccmral Wilke 46(0. ire of .Muttle Wll.i-.aiiiZelka by 31I Hiawatha, lull fclster In Maud Wll. ' ADIHTinv l ' ,UnY f"-thHam 2 id, id dam Tina by Mmnbrlim .Mikseinjcr c... Sundiv leavi i.i. 11 '"l45" mi A'- - Stcr-- following eitracf . hire of the dam of .Mc.scnV'cr Chief, who .irctl jooanrarrivr I a n'! arr,'e Hay Meencr am16M ; 1 .Him bv l)ownl,,H'apacer;, Cncin.uti 1 . .Winchesier'' Olnev, II... , Mar. .0. ,SS7 , hy 4th ; uuiiif Jefferson, Hnrkaway never m.tdf what c. uld be MM-iiKerNo ' ual) ' "undiv- .Cincinnati ', called a reason in hi life until ou boimht him 5th l;ini by liunCk Lomim.doru l JW)) W1IH l"S" "'"' "' ";-"r" i,,er,,n Our people were absolutely dead to the ineritk of , 7 n p m; Olive I ill 030 on bv A"! iri.C'",L.l',y,v'i'1 No- - S. '"ally, leave Clifton mare, nhen three vers thctroltcr. Hescrved ttwi i c"""'t Koru. n. . . a ",! J.I taudle, Cb.irleVton u'30 p old and Rot colt., both owned here, an.f you , v Ashland 5 ad IliawaTia by lll.iwath. , m.m Colinnbits 11 1, p m Ivrlcwn 40 p i, could not buy either fur Jsoo. Yin can not ' a xo.C, daily cave Ashland inorurouiidOlney for '.' '" Pinion, oarn winner . . i.un uy ......iiorinu ,V leH(hanJ(oo(o'fso.olol common ...area He Messeimer llownlnK' hay Mek.enifer bvHi.H Charleston ii a ni; ;CI if 011 kL ' ?A Uowihi.k1. Hay "" ''V Imp .Me.seniier. served in Ins whole life aa mare and Kot K. lo.il,. 'IIlan ill ifirVu Jh ' wild In pasture and cov- - SUenKcr is the i.lreof Udy .Martin a i.b II... old Dominion Steamship" brave mi, Forkeieraljearsheran M'""'"'"" MTir,K.l;r.M,r,; "' (":n ,,aP' Wednesday" Thur.dsv 15V. ."' ere.1 no nmre., during the time I lryinK to .ee ' orttr Stf a"J j n, ,ay , 6 liimiaa, who whcll.cr I would Ko under or stay 011 top of the "eorKe f New Vrk .'i.ull..iilyK.JJ..5a- For Tickets, Kates, Information II. C.ha.Nli. ' e,C" appllr at ticket office or address Adilrcs. W. A. HirsSKI.I.,or TIIOS. C. UOIIINSON, W. C. WICKIIAM, J. M. KNOI.KMAN. . 11. W FULLER. Stanford. Ky. D.inyille, Ky. I Receiver. (Jen'l l'ass'r him llm greatest trottincr burke progenitor (bat lias ct :ipic.ired, ami AM. IK, the dam of Harknw.iv, Is one of lilt, two greatest tl.mc;liti-r- . 'I he only home approaching llvkdick'it ll.imblctuiiu u sire American Stir, the itlre of nroducini; dam vv HKint Aiic.iwner. we i.ituviiriiwn, iiiu nam 01 Know tlic breed nir of IIAKKAWAY i bear the clnsctt analyula and ive liaie every I'oiitideiKC 111.11 no will prouueu kpvcil iiuilivelielU'ic those patronlrini; him will re.ili.e u much profit from l.roduce 11 from the pro.luio horse In the land, iind his lilllea should make broqd mare. worthy (be embrace of the Huem blood llreed tra arc invited to call anil ci.imluo for themseKe the horse and his product. Attention I called lo the make lliese.isiin 'I'hU jininK slalllon ainu place and mil be limited to twenty in.irck AT $15 TO INSURE, " Old l'olnt Comfort.., " Norfolk " WadiiiiKion " llaliiiuure " l'hlladelphia " New York " Newport Xew ..1 9 1.1 ..1110 35 ..1 11 1x1 ..,,! .. 40 9 40 p m jo p m a m o 3J p m a m 7 i m a in 7 40 p m p r.i 8 '1 P m pm 1 a j p m a m1 00 a m .1 ml ao a m "",'i ?? ilf '" tuiivc JJ'I te " to ''c '" k''') ie:it .enE." ud V J., " ,j , j '"'liy. ' itn. ,lf Ajt. '' M hs. a1.- T , tf . - - (.j .. Molahhkh for rnring lininH ut .10 cents alyoiH. He was born in Georgia in 1S127 ly W. 1. Wnltun. per gallon nt Me teal f A FohIlt'b. and wiw educated at tlie L'nivernity of Alabama, and Princeton. Knteiingthe IlniiiKnr price paid fur Huint, Siilcn, Skvkkai. nhnrcH of the National Hank ininintry in 1819 he wuh given charge of It, C. WALTON, DUB. MOnORor ShmiltU'rH, Jowlrt, by T. It. Walton. IjinciiHtcr ehangfil IiiuhIh at 5152.50 of a church at Marion, (!n. After the war Hlian-he took charge of a whool at itrnoklvn, 1'oit Sai.k-- H of Fnrniurs y lwiuently was pastor of the Hank Ktock. Apply Jit thin of- -, t Tiiiike wuh some drunken and dixo!-)"- "'' From 1874 to 187lt lift'. conduct in town Sunday tiilit, i"Ko. V. cliurc-liof the Centml lnivcr- be investigated, and the jmn-- , he was Htanj'ord Ivy., .March 27, 18H8J lr tin colli wave arrivcMon time, Prof, that will Inflicted an mkmi us the olleiid-ef- s 'sityat iSichiurmd. In 1SS1 Dr. I'r.itt inhment .lolui II. Smith will have knocked centre was called to tile pastorate of the Second are eaught. llplill. Presbyterian Church, Ixmisvllle, sucPublluhod Evory Tuoadny and Frldny Wi: liavu received part of our Hpring ceeding Dr. Stuart Itohinsoii, and held it Savi: your money and toll by going to A1 order of Williams A Hovt's children's for seveial yeaix. His last ife was Minn A. K. (iibbous', Danville, and buying Shoes and those, who have used them for Maria I.. Waddtll, of lcxington, Ky. $U I'KIt YKAW.IN AUVANCK I'lll'Illl U'llll tllllllir. IpltlltM flllrt. iC'f I I years will testify that there, are none " J"l" "I I FARM AMD TRADE ITEMS. Hruco & McHoberts. ?Vhiii not o mI $2. CO will ! cIlukciI "nil A Fink milk cow belonging to Mrs. better made. m Lottie Holmes fell and broke her neck -- C. C. McClure sold to H. F. Hudson S i:kn Mniiii'.iiKits. Thu deputy slier- while going down a hill the other day. J ill' of Knox, A. W. a pair of work mules for $L'(1S. LOCAL TIME CARD. llerndon, witli seven l.&N. Mr. S. H. Raughmaii will stand four Mai. 11. A. Kvass, analytical chemist, guards. lodged in jail bent yesterday for J (l pill Moil train going Nnrth safe keeping John T. Hiekle, ltwson stallions and a jack this season. See ad. ' . .ijipm Souih... linraster, makes a specialty of coal, I iptt train " Sunn R. H. ii K. P. Wotjds will stJind the ..li 48 pm mineral water and mineral aualyhis, and (iooden, JeiTand Joo Henderson, Alvis North ..I 30.1m I .. .6 js m oIHth his services to those desiringthem. and Hnrvey Turner and Horry Hensley, boss jack this season Silas Vaughn, at al rrelslil North .0 3J p m ronih. I he latter tram alu mil)' pcui;cm See his card and communicate with him. all charged with murder. Henderson $10 to insure. Ad. next issue. I hcato and Turner have scnt six months here Thomas J. Scott, a famous horse ucuUul.il til on kUmUril time, Solar lime li about o miiiutct latter. Til u Methodist Sunday school is pre- before. painter, died nt Lexington, where he paring to give a daisy entertainment at was engaged in sketching several noted If years have brought wisdom to the horses. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. the Opera House on the nth. The Family Concert Company, which makes present grand jury, and wo believe it 1 rain tcac Rowland t 7 to a m and return Lxcsti:ii Cocut. About L'OO catl p m music out of everything it touches, even hasjt is the wisest as well as the oldest tle on the market yesterday, but none ofset of men we have ever seen assembled fered publicly. Several private sales stones, has been engaged. MEANS BUSINESS. in a like capacity. Their ages'are W. were made at L'J to :i cents for U and VofTiis', Hoyji' and Children's Suits II. Hockcr 74, P. I.. Simpson 70, J. M. Watch ix and jewelry repaired and cattle. A few plug horses made to older from accurate measure bv Wray (H, Cole Coffey (!, !. W. Carson warranted. A. H. IVniiv brought from $40 to.f(;S. Mules sold at Son, with Hrownlng, (U, William Seventnce fll, Hichard Hibb TiikIh-jdace to liny drugs, patent - 'olin II. Craig medicines and toilet articles is at A. It. King A- Co., New York. Following sizes III, J. F. Drye, M, .1. D. .Myers 4.1, Sidney from $100 to $100. Crowd fair. A privato sale of 04 hogsheads of PennCs. :i lo IS years and 10 to II years, full Dunbar to, J. K. Wright ol', P. T. Pollard tobacco, medium to good cutters, was Hi v your scIkhiI luniks, ink, tablets, soils; also ;'. to -- knee troupers, 44, C. H. Hakertl, S. D. (iooch :w, W. year made in Cincinnati at 'J4 cents. Coniiaper, pencils and school supplies of all city htyles. T. Smith VM ami .1. F. Holtzclaw :!0. kind trout A. It. Penny. sidering the character of tlie tobacco, the 1 guarantee all watches and Xi:hi.y all of us friMdiittcn morlals eveiy ar- Klkin was lined sue of the purchase, and the apparent C'iwtit CoriiT.-Ga- be i le of jewelry I sell to 1m- jnut as r'eprc-will join tiie Covington Commonwealth's $10 Friday for wiling whisky. He was condition of the public market, this was iiteil. A. It." Pennv. W)ct laureate in hinging this appropriate a very satisfactory transaction to the also sent to jail for refusing to testify "Coule, gentle and biMUtiful stanza: DECIDEDLY PERSONAL the grand jury. T. L. Shtdton was seller. spring, etherial mildness come, bring At Mt. Sterling court 7 yokes of acquitted in one of the c:ues against him mikumi. (rii:x, of McKinney, has down the price ol coal and things, and for running cattle sold at $.".S0 and several otlur the noted Rowland beer make all business hum." Til gntuteil a pcinion. club and in another the jury stood to yokes at $1Q7.."U to $14."); common cattle It is W, I.. Dawson ami not .M. I'., It O. II. Cole was acquit- - brought l'l to It cents and a lot of mules w hid liav been the order if 1 for acquittal. is and a ho is acting it" deputx nberill'. f csirrying concealed weapons. ' Hird at $110 to $14.). Henry Smith lias purMu. C. A. Mkimiov, of Wiiit'htMor.is the weather .since last rcort. 1Mb weie quite M;ven' Sunday night and a pmh! I'.urton, for stealing fiom K. 1.. Tanner's chased of Rowling & Son 42 feeding cat-- itiug her mi, John It. Mershou. 0 plead guilty ami was given six tle, average weight l,!:.') pounds, at Miss Hvli.ii: Wr.i.sii has tvturni1 1(i deal of damage was done to fencing and stoie, per cwt. Sentinel. Tin cases of roof of Mr. Dwicht Roofs months at hard labor. hi 'f M' a i.dt to her motherI in liarmrd. .. timber. Thei lifted oil'. Tin1 indications Frank Vincent and others, negro ehick-e- n Santtileiie, the promising race horse b.tiu was a I l.l-..- . 1... ...(...! lilllllll H U.S. .ll "HII M nil-raised by S. II. Hauuhinun, ot thin place, thievi, Rus Clark for house breaking, for colder, fair weather, i nsfii lorservlif In tlie Aievietin war. yesterdiiv Porter Crow for stealing corn front is demonstrating the pvedictious made .1. A. Wiimin rcturnel last wtvk with a cold wnve, due by this morning. Mas. Dvigbt Koot'iiud Jim Helm, malicious anout linn asa liver. At .New Orleans m a visit to her mother In Owey A fall of if is expected. last week he did live ti. ' ui"" in 1:015" cutting, weie all set for trial iunt mossed the Tiii:annoiiuetiiieiit of tlie enndidaiy Another of the 50 cases against T. I.. with tin grvnU-s- i eae an Paris benttl), of Slii'iitl'Thouias D. Newlnutl to stte-w- h Mis M ot.ti: sheltoii us head of the Rowland beer beholders with the belief that he would Klkt ne (ittU'WotsI s the u'uesUof Mis-e- n hitiiK'lf npptmrs in this issue, lie club was tried Saturday and h' was yet win ids oats for his stable. M'llS. litis made a must faithful nnd fearless auiiin acquitted. Tlie other indictnieiits MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Hit. W. It. Pknny, of Stmifond, N Hi nd ikiterves s lie wil no doubt wen thereupon dimnied n it was evi.- Somer-Hie Hrinkley Houno this weekmu iiidoixMiieiit in the slinpe of dent from Mr. Slielton's reive, Richard Adams, aged '', tiled Fri testimony and t ReMirter. without op)tositiou. Theie that of the other , of the club day. Tlie suitchnien on the "(J" have are few men than Now that their purp iso was not to sell liquors $1,000 worth of clothing just receiv -- ruck t nqpiu tiud up for land nnd "till fewpr who so fully pus'ss but merely and tlwt i't to furnish themsdves a so ed. I. !.. Thompson. .. few day- -. the confidence of the xop!e. J. J. Coatt, of P.nrksville, is now cial glass and that no one received any Mu Nm. Ti'HMiiLi. will ksive in a auont and operator at Livingston. Tnu time of the circuit court lias liven profit fnitn the business. It. C. Warren w ila fur Texas where he hpes to Thompson lias tlie clothing at prices defended Mr. Sheltoii and has said from taken up for several days with the trials i. tin ins ln'ullb. the that there was no violation of to suit ovcrvbodv and he is going to sell MesltwiiK Powinis, wlio bus Ihm'ii of whisky cmmcx, which it would Ihhiiiu-I- i law, a statement in which Judge Mor- them. L't mid hfs eo-tl- y to ilispo ol in oth.ite tiding tlie Music ColUgtlil Cinelnna- - r daughter of J. II. An row concurred after hearing the testier oourt. The pndiibition law pmvides Mtiirned yestenlay. mony and reading tlie articles of mrret- - Hilton, i". rod head, died Sunday mornMn. wo Mas. .loii.s Mrti i.r weie that violators of it can be trietl by an of- inent. Henry Tmylor was lined in two ing and was buried there frmu Nicholiibvllle toatteutl the fu lieor hnving roinh'tent jurisdiction and D. Frank Myeisand family, of j wiihout indictment, if they uvrv m iiiuroetisos for selling liquor unlawfully, i.tl ..l hersistrr, Mrs. Caris'iiter. formerly ivsidcnts of this making live in all, and the remainder of tried nnd the puni-huieinflicted when Mu t). Smith, f this county, who :W citscs dismissed, as they evidently county, are heie visiting lenitives. . the wei fresh in the minds of the tin IumiImt and iiierennUlo Mrs. J. 1". Allen, wife of tlie undercould not have been sustained. .' IkriiHtitdt, is down ti hi his fnmilv. w itnewes nnd tlie public, tlie edict 1.. H. Carter asked Judge Mormw to taker, died Sunday morning of pneumowi hi Id be much more Mttisfurtory. There Miss HosKvwtMin HriTM, mter give him another trial this court ami he nia. P.urittl will take place bote o( mm i tits' viil to Mm. Von tig at then tsitild !. no j ileus of limitation, tlie 0'lpartially agreed to do so, but since has Monday. bus tvi timed t the College. circuit court would not Ih' aiven over 15y actual count wo lind then' aie found that his time will be so fully tokto the trial of such cases and much Ma T. '.. Mornomt, of Somerwt, wif en up with other nises that have boon JO defective lines in the various buildings xuv-w- l. itbi iiieiiit jiidjtv-- , ciiuie up Saturday money and valuable tune csnil.l wafting, that, he will !h unable to do so. of our town ami a number of them arc .'id vjMiu Stunluy with him at the CHrter.it will be remembered, killed very dangerous. V ,IT llolls'. Whkn we eoutmi't to s,nd otir rettders Jack and Tom .Monro at Mt. Vernon at is county court day anil .n Mi,. II. F.i of the Trixl Chu- - n certain Htttoiint of nwling, uiatler for A fuw good crowd in in atteiittuntv. th'satne tino and under the snnto i .. iv ... Mri. ,,!.. to tIl, u r un here over Suwlny. ivprtng , IU -wi He was ncqiiiltod fir kill- stock salon inchidinj two horses at '!!" rt!,. coiiiimt irf tlwt tumtinn "f ud, roiequently ing the II rat named ami 10 out of tin-tw- and $I.'W. ,HNt tJu b bark ' M n la. main. this two iRiiB' HiiiHileraent herein Inelot- nnd Mrs. R. II. Conn wore un- juries which have heard his ens. for I .1 " i :,,i ncLK. iru iTrni'iun in iivkv 1. . in .L Tfc. - t.. I nl. Tin liorsc'inen niuI other ndvertie- - killing Tom Mooiv have pronounced him totlaim'd bv Mix. J. W. Hrowii Thursday Insi.iit , tint up Sundtiy to xee hiw i th Mftn deteriuiiisl to nwttv with iiiiiotvut. TIib other flight wore for and Fridny. The newly mniried eoyple r. n- Mish May. who Is ttui i.iir.tvin i wr -- ror,., lMIt if tH.y .NtttinlMV voning. our dwt pr.w left for " IlierVtvinlereRre. f j and billing cmipmitons tlwv will have A bill has pnwud thu Iloinw (fiving The trial of thu milt of A. M. lVlmid, M. It. Mvrrivw. hn tugRgwl " to g,.t H. .M.aiderable time 1orL dav against John M. White and Roveml oth- tlil oounly the jirivihv of taking a vote . ' .iw,l,tin,Hlai.M.NyCreek,Teim.,!a,l,,,k,n.tvmifIvt.tit ,n tUk ,nilw. ers for $t,0U) daniHgtss for t oaring down on the question of placing the jioll tax vw'lgo thence Mi imun ho e j tUn we bog U. mv t our hide rwdem a fence, which they elaiin they ii did by or- at $1 ami collecting the Italaiuv of the ..ik. lnsairniigeMuniU)rvo. tlwt. -- o am r'RiribV K publUh for der of t!u county eoiut U widen a coun county eNjK'oiks by taxing jirojtorty. -. I!. M. liittyixv left for Fort Niitt, i tlu-ithpeeial Hnotit a thrillmgly imor-l.iii-.- i, ty mud, was criniriioiuH'd for the aoiimtl Petitions are being circulated in this Friday night, in re.Knm to ttiug ooiilinnwl sttry, which wo will time yoMtcnlnv. At the liwt court there cmntty for the inirjxe til (otliii a Id 1 iiwtoll-,u- g y fnnn ijr. Waller Cheiiuult.sUt- - deal out to them In )!immI hy the lcitdittiire iilldwiiiir tin wiwu hnnjr jury. V. II. Miller nnd lt) that her daughter, Mis-- binuV, wm nieiils for a mouth or two. urt lUnUiiKreinvMint Hie plaintiir and iHiunty to ttike the vt" on jimhihition ; er ill. Mm. li. rrltMl fciifoly ninl tolo-- 1 Wnir.-j Carinnter nnd .Inhn V. Yer-kt- or ldyli HociiM' iiiulii)ii. Thiis eottntv Ifonip graphed her husband yttMdy that their, the defendiintn. 'I'lie ett.H' will likely has Ik'oh In the proiiiliitlnn line for tlie Umm .),.ldw.,sH,u,l, Mter. hint ll vearn. oitnpy nil of .v WM niglll. hhi mmse grcete.i vue l, . rnii..ii.ii in.. mill i( they 01 mid ivpent the I ic.irv. who never I'orgeUa friend, Mr. tiiinjiiiny, Xi:W AllVKiniSlIMK.Vlb. DEATH'S DOINGS. nlilv liero smhi the Iiimi wmild he II W'llllikll ItMk lu,.tl I.IVlHlfhlAi.l flVllll Tlie aitlng, ittetiimuR, dellnea Tile death of Mrs. VI M. Carpenter, ,.Miti.m In i...,.....ti....Hi, I'Hitie whs wish IciriU- ., tloim, etc., wore ".Imply auporb. To give width-occurrent an early hour Stitnr-- , A lb and Mr. W. .M..tc deti'Ct e woik doiic V evi'ii a fninlhlen of the ply wonkl ho toidny morning, uftor Hourly two yearts of itiJi". iuwi.'c,stknfi i, K. Vuriioii i,Miui toge! tier and l's'l inticli (lt I... tin .iiittjiiiiii til lr witli lliu iiiiiittittmiv. holnletw mult'eriiiL'. wiw a Imnnv relief to .".... " '" o1"' """I" i", in, . t Ifiiiult fur uwhv li'iiu it. Haiutford'a hoiik wdo iier. I'ropatvd for tho inevi'tuble and T5IO: AS 31. NEW.LANI) oncorw. drew out the llrst vnomv, after which fully resigned, thuM noreMmid tluiuvrt u fami'.i t r..r , u.t,., t,. the fflc of local Ltine. fthdci. crcv. they followed 10.41 and fnriotit. l.eliHiye to her onnht not to wihh her laok, but shcrff, ujcii tha.-ti..i w.tM pnmonitc.d u p.'rfvct muiitl yoni- - rejoieo that she u fur betUu oil and thai i Milliner)' nt ('oiirtu A-- CoY mt . b. PVL OK, iu Ity.uveryouo; Tnxie drew shout of liiu nnd iiiikiiUIi will no inure rack her , I i.i ii Fihii WeilnvwlH.v.'s. S, Myorii, every appearance. Kvery tHItfoi'ill frame. Jler disease WUH llcolll- - l a Can.'.idate for rrelciion o Jiidjie of the nnUn at ifiMnct, ul Jin.t f from thi,ttie uliir.-lXo- hlw. ..li. ,;.... ,.t mnnr ven U Don wm Mild tithor tnijibUw und Couri .,n...,l ..1 tin uriu..trfy ii , ,hc N, u -- nmlay w".ku.U-- r and ll f,w ' i in tj;jjnii in m ut- - Uto rk'veriiy of it VHIO, I nil., A'i4rr. reduced her from a ll.lV inl'l (j,.- -j ., r tons tlpi'iM (Iouho .uoiuiay nient, Apni largo woman to fin cmaciau.d one of not !J 1 l -Vt ,J ' ' 1. iV IU, W. TI. ' TiiKin: is a now mior-hl- t ami over 101) her ulintwt .. j iihouM ago. Mi Iin-.- ' th d mrpHBb-r(if.T,d'uie 111) otwon for vlulutton of beyond rocoKiiltion. She was m sisUu- - of Analytical Chemist, law, the ' Common wealth 31 r. .John Bright and watt in Iter 70th , iumbtc . Z-a the whi-k- y Hcu?iiniv L-T libvwt oJiilditiMNcrv iMjr.i toller, . and who htvo their trial utiiomrtttfi to 3SN, not to nay nine of whom 4 MiIN .i unythitujulMMii elerk'fc fetai, the judtfe'n more than unuul ,Himo to blew tho nielu - "r KiUr Tiiimk, n iniiMcul ooiiiiily, to hf iie- - and attoriu y'Hlinie, the slierirt"isnndtlio ory of a mother, who did o inuoh for nliii'li is iiiuldy rnnd jury' whit h indicted. Tie total them. a tlinrouildy business ki ntod hy a rei'oinniondud, will hayivon at Vn!ton'. eost in not lens than $'M mill the losa to wonuii and iiianAtrod her aUkirfi with noma on a pacltugo of COFFEE 1 n other iilinanti fully An much. Other Nimrtilar t;ood judmeiit audability. Uov. iipein Uhiimh, April 2d. "" ytmrantoo 01 ocolKnco ooiirtm could .t will dl.Hinw tri unoli tl. V. Yancey, of the Christian Cilturcli, lo, n r li. h m, tolls uk that one of Jh lf) U) wnU fo(. ajl ,n. of which di nomination Mrs. CurMntr l..ovvavtl.iitliloa poifeotly '"' l(tictim-.it- , and it hould he the duty of was a inombor, prvnali(.il a nhort funeral iucti nrife-inM-i eil call IUM Wl'V'u, lll'llfit vii1 itttl'. lit ullll L'MMU'ri III" II IL'III. Honuou at hur house Sunday afternoon flrst-olai'l pollildx. It in sti.) livinir nnd violation of tlie prohibitory law to and then many sympathizing friiiids' COFFEE is kopt in all from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. wtll. oneo to the pi"oior ollicor so that followud tho rumainsto their last rcstinjr 3tore3 ropnrl ut J. 11. Minus, who has boon inuiohaii-- j the violator could be brought iinniudiato-ilNin- u place iu liuflalo CVuiotery. Hyv. .1. V. Pratt, 1). 1)., n dUin- to Dr.lly to punisliinent. There will bo Ions at Morul.tnd, has ...... 1 .... t .1 . tnu i. ....t. hiuiu ...!..!.. iiiiiimui in .1... ..oiuiii-iI'M Alcorn for the. boiudlt of his orodlt-or- s. chance for thu Kiiilty to escape, then and novor Rood whon oxposea to tho air. could be meted out at much Ioms f bytoriau church, died in Louisville Sat - is Always buy this brand in hermetically Liabilities S:t,IK)0; assets supposed Jitico unlay inoriiiii aftur a lung illness of par- - j eealed ONE POUND PACKAGES, oxIk'Hm) to the tnxp.iyoi'H. to be about fc.V00. Semi-Week- InteriorJournal Uroiiv, top, nenrly new. Apply to 'nr y. SIX FAGE3. s Xn-tioi- j SPRING OPENING! WALL Lex-'derl- . pn-hide- ' PAPER ARQ OEC0RAT10KS From itxi to 151) per cent cheaper than ever bcloru known In Central Kenliuky Window Shatlci to null all combination of Wall l'.ipcr I.;irnct stock to select from at B (JIltnON'S' Parlor, Dan. vlllc, Ky r.ilnts, Oil, Varnlihes iinJI'.ilnteri.' Supplies, Wlnilow (Stan, etc PIANOS AND OHCiANS Agents for John Ch'irch - Co h Mu4lc.il Merclnndlke .V- I A. E. GIBBON'S, XAN"SnCX.t.Ej KT. -- Ho (Co MUPUUi Y9 Is Receiving His . MERCHANT TAILOR SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Trial. - JTJQ IDITJa-C3-IST in iJLvUQ 1 1 asm irTxrtr a L ilidAX M. & JEWELEB, - m DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. I'hylci.m pre4cription ai.rur.itely t mionn(leiI, lie-fo- re 1 1 ; ''' THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, T CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kvtr drought to thu market. Prires lower than the lowest. Wat lies, Cloik and Jewelry He. piired on hort notlte and warranted. J, f" . $4.-1)- ".IaJIKV. t'jfJmrZvi: v ff lTfSKiBpRyRJvi,wt X' JfcT-J- i vf; JA.Jrm9mmzAb.Jm IT in-r- , ssLy-1- $Tm 1 to-da- y. BUGGIES, CARRIAGES . ! Dis,a of-tit- er Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over m tire-electio- n s nd Ih-s- t Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better grades, and includes some of the very be3t vehicles made for the trade. Come and see our goods before makiug your selections. You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. to-da- y. G0S9. X. WKAHEN, BX&N'G-'R- . ' , MRS. J. F. WEAKEN, PROPRIETOR. . i J nt bn-ine- fm-ts- to-da- - wm en-liiv- ly I, QT1P? F URMTURE hJ JXh- I XV K ir?;,! Ai, IM10T A. -f Wi, - To-da- y . l- .t,. m J 1 i ,- '" t't txt . I t.- r teli-gi.n- omi-weohl- Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture andUndertaker's Goods. My prices will bo as lov as such goods " ,Ilwhej-wnBdventthe(- Jpeni can be bought in the citie3. Give me a trial and you will be vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. con- imi,.,,.f l!.. to-da- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. (Cincinnati, New Orleans ' ilw,!!'- PARI) 1 .wont n. i.i.sr. Texas Paciiic Railway.) in Tvi n thk ndrih and soith & OHIO AND HEW OKLEANS, LA" JLIMiTED EXPRESS TRAJNS BETWEEN CINCIKflATI, IN j5 11 DOLUS. , Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. -- J JGfc. TIIKTKX.VSrtriOlt'L' CONDENSED TIfiiE TABLE KJ0A.-TfeTvTN No.;. r No. ' Daily 8 17 51 in yy .1 LINK. lurt IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1888. 'TRAINS Mik'lll s chanl rArI v'n'1- in'' rn'aud w. .. .. , ' 1V.J!t,ry ' tfu. J. llly. Kx. Sun, Daily. 4 TsnC fll.--" m DUVVN -- No. 1. I STATIONS. U l)iy, f S5 . N ' j 4j pm- y si " 71a pin io J7 ujnpin j ?j pm't oj-11 j m' oj pwl 8 .0 p p m' pm ...........' .. 10 m L'v ,'UUitmtow....I.' Oeorfatvwn... . CliKimiaii A'r . ij iini ui t .. . A 7 t.. ARBUCKLES' o ',0 Oopni ) jcini ImiiH'ilMpn ij pin 9 10 puitijuu in m ... . ij xm' nt in co ,......) ,...,.. I 5 ijoim 8 m jnjnli;,v?i is li' HI I . ii iju i .. Juijitinn t ' NicWsutill.. .. . .1 ' .l.iiEton ., p m ( J J J I I I t J7 .1 T ! ill A .1 I ! I ta m . i jo. 6 .. Ar'...C.Ti ci ...( li t p w, I. 1 ' , top at it m 4ij.1n1 tojspin 3 jb pm t: 5 41 ji m 11 4 11 uo p m Ai'v 1. .Ar' - ' U , t, I in 11. '" l II 1' . I .N-'tt .1 r" 615.1m ''"i", .... I.... i ..... sa ....l allied COFFEE 1 u-.i- - , ' i N. II. Tram No. 0 IciNe UkiUI al6 im, A II, nd arrucii l Chiitianuxu at 4 tin, P. M .iml .unvnt Oikdfllc at 7 Mann llomtoir IlutTct Riiaping C.ira on all lr link. H. CDI.MIUAN. JOHN C.UAUI.T, Uiuml Manajur. K. C.KI(Ol.t( tieneral Siiiermtenilcnt General OlTi ci, Si. l'.i il liu.l inn, Wni l'uurl'i Strict, C1nar.11.1i1, O'iid, '....,,.. hv itoii i ; ,u j' i 15 1 1 111 1.1 l.'vc . I 11 I 've lctxiii. mi l.'ve... i lln.r,f I.vp., Mmtrnr p miAr' ..aiirj . . Ar .M.r.ih.iii . .t.'xc HilBam. I. MiriilliH.. .Ar . ii '.iliwka ., " in t Ar . , . ,ir k r t Ji.m In. A I'.st Iri. ... . , -- !..ru. . f ,nas ' MfwuiiimifTwi"! -- f.... ....... i.. ., liH .i.i. ... f - hi ra f m.t r r n I whim WM T 1 "9i-, II iimia n. t. ." -- - -- no . vjv'f wT7rf TfMin ?LJ7: T? ' . . " - t '" mi 'mi' rj'TTTT, . .j,..i.''j:'rrm k9 Demi holdlnrt anil tho Vntcrau M'lio My twonne SlnttlniM, Arthur Sim, sired hy Tholr .Memory. fien. Knot; dam l.ady Arthur, and Vvandotlr, tired by Metropolitan, tiji, dim l.ady Welch Thoutrablllouslngalls, of Kninns, has do- will be ohlbitcd lit Nuniicllcy' l.vvery Stible on lighted uhvuys in ourlng tho venom of his County C'mirt day 'Iheynre holh well bred In spleen iiwi Ucncral Hlaclt, tho Conimls- and I invite the citu.-n-t of I.IihoIh to call in and T A l'l.KIN, sloner of pensions. Tho Senator hhiuelf i tee them l.am.itter, Ky i( not without u war record. Tho fuct was not discovered until Hcnutor Blneltbuni did tho Alluring npivnt In the opposing way. country tho servlco or usccrtalnlng just viis face. llo it you, doctor P sho said, with voice what that record .'nj. Ho is judge advoHLAOK The iIm'Ikt l the Mlcnco from uithhi. ' cate of the Kansas volrntcors. As tho K' Hively nudible, "an' did yer want to sco The lotidor nnd Mem I lor bo thy summoning! fl'IIK Tt'RI'lN HOItSi-:' oml Well, ho ain't here now, but I reckon Kentucky Senator, retorting on Ingalls in JBMBpW4-r&ahrtij- g And If It fnll, as thou dost bnMthK'ss lean JHJJbitncr'-- , Will male the preteiitteaxiii at I. t) kind, putslt: "AThilo Umiurul lllaek.tho uo'll lw hero ferec'ly." Apib-- t tin door thou honrVt nllttlo tlilug unlet from Crah Orthard, 011 the Slant id pike, "Xevcr mind Toiji," said tho doctor. "You cominlHsloner of pensions, ivs.i bleeding on nt tlilt nnlor. fnlnt not ! neither criiijre' Jiit and iirltl tcrvc mare at "Tit, liny eieaUng in tin turning lilnRi. have been vcrv si k. Mnircrie. mid must thlnW tho KniiRas frontier tho Senator from Knn- 111.114 Michigan Avonue, Chlosgo.IlL OtrlU Key I(;ll lu Detroit "rive IVcsm, "lwnys behind in tho rear of tho army, yourself a H'tle," nliout ui was prosecuting Kansas jnyhuwkcrs for "Hut I hov to mln' Tom," sho replied ir- relevantly. "Don t yer know he's my bus- - rillln' Mi'iiev due when faitlt atreitiined "r mate partTHE COUNTRY DOCTOR. ban'f An' the pnocher Kild I miHt' love, iiiuiuroKisicrui mo iiimois lAimmnnuery ed with KKCOKD, i s honor an' erlwy nil' so I hov to mln' him . of the Loyul Legion the honorable record of Dctcrlptntn and Pedigree -- Itljck De11marL.1t General Ulnck is brloily given, lu April, don t yer seef" II teart old tliit iniir, jit Mick, a N'i I lluv ktdllnn IJ , Junilt lli'li, fo.ilcd ISSi; li) ttyle nnd action, and a good breeder I iv.ll keep for seivice this tea.on Ui fain, This revelation rather startled tho doctor. ISol, Immediately upon tho call for volun- l'rlncrps It) the middle of nit old field, Ions lreof nCM'ntii-- i jh performers Sired by the fimuut old Stiineivull Jaekwin, he by milet south of Jiiiulioii ( itt, lliree lacks ami teers, ho entered tho scrvieo for threo First il.un llamitr, by ll.imltt, Ho), llir tire of A Miller'iold Wathlnulnn Denmark, hu br the tho fatness of tho soil having been It had never occurred to him that Stnnnrd, months us private in thoKlcvcnth Michigan alliombmed t'ik il ire well adspteJ t lurte, V l'liiiilinJ a m; :ildim l.lmluia, the dim of Ut race horte, Denmark Illack. I)enmark't saddle and harncttmi-who had a mother mid sisters moving in tho itet and lli Jacks t ) suekwl out by constant cultivation, without best circles of society in which society he Infantry and was mustered out in July, mmr J.I, hy IIjiiiIiiCIjiiUii, to, the ulrc f Drxtvr, ilam br Criitadcr, grand dar.i by lllackbum't licit and nuret. The lit tine Jackt at f." t ' Stonewall Jat.kuii' dam by Ahdallah, ; (tli dim liy Whip starved nnd himself had mingled could havo united 1&0I. In August, ISol, ho was commissioned ' '7H i J'l dim by Imp rest, without food ture a jack c ilt 0 montht old Jljt' intiire a mn Washington ()ni ; Jill ilim MKg by Imp l)lu- Her nam by .Aieuoc or Jennet 11 trc.ininc '""" ' 'hi Imtte T Illinois Infan- meilr worn out, jiLtt naii mnn or lionst may In be- himself by marriage to this girl; nnd yet the Major of tho Thirty-SeventIII. l'K mage, andtoll Jack, Will alto ttand mr two tine Ju-llie try, and In November, IStti, beeatno Colonol l'i Inccjn, 5J6, the site f Trlnli't i ii, niul iS llAWkland I'lllN'L'f: log cabin, knowledge of tho fnct rather raised than like I) tiItNi:it' Ciabdrchard others with ree.irdj ufi y nr belter; b Wonlford ij pnrttnlly inclosed by u rickety fence, tho lowered the man in his estimation, and at of tho regiment. Ho was breveted f Muniunno .Mumbriiei n I'het and "for gallant conautt nt tho WiHidlilnc, lai1,,ul s Wiiljrew'd tho samo time ho felt that the girl, xxr, ilnni pickets of which were of uiteiitml length, ill MiinetU, ussault on Ulakcley Hattorics," and nftor Primrose, dim to .Mlniiison, lUm idl'"lrt Stand at ilo on tim terms A hen on all cdtt f nnd hero nnd there leaned in or out, ns if friendless, almost outcast ns she was, hud servico in tho Southwest laitinguntll August trial t i(il4,ulsterAhd.illih 15, sire of (ioKUmith Muld the seatoii Jenneti will be ttken care of alt bv thrown herself away lu marrying him. .sa 1.1 a 14; id il.im lll.icl, Kose, il.un nt DarLnes. 1 17 nnd nlHHit to lay themselves down on tho ground, 15, 1$V, was conipellcd becauso Detcnptiou and Pedigree: Talmage is a nu "When wern you nnd Tom married, from frightful wounds which of disability llcrnio.i, tri.l a by Tom Tcernrr; jd dam still causohlm by Cannon'i Whin. 4th dun lir Itobtn (trsv tired of Mug swayed back nnd forth by Mnggief ' ho asked. bronu h irtc in hands lugli, lvitli it eight and mut clc in proportion with a tine, TIIK fOMIIINKIl slAI.I U)., suffering, to resign from tho servieo und mane and tai , HninU't lf, the tire i( A. V I'ntlitid a ni, l wind that blew. In tho little every rough "igh on tou ye'r ago," replied Maggie, return to homo Danvillo Vohinleer )j, slreof St Jidicn a II), , (Jliwter a 1; d space inclosed by this fenco were a few "Dut, oh my! I wasn't to tell, nn' now I've tho death his wan atimminent tobattlo with 5 years old this tpiing, tired hy On Time, he ! Stonewall Jackson, by Washington DeHmark ( y il others Volunteer sj of that nnd seemed I'listdiim I jidy Patriot, ilimby Sentinel a jyjj 10 by plants, their livin stnllcs that had run gone nn' dona it," nnd then sho to cry. inevitable. dam I'annie, by Kinkaid't llelthiaair, he by In.i Voiiiik Patriot "Xover mind," said tho doctor soothingly, up to rt height of threo and four feet, with a lalmage s . .1.1 Will make the teaton of 38.1 at ins italic near llelinuiar ; Kl Hani hy Tho judge advocate) of tho Kansas volunSI'litlAl. NOTtCK. by Hi). I by lllark Child Tin Iw tuft of green leave nt tho top hnving somo-wh- stroking her halrlwiek from hor forehead teers, us much n. In otferlni; tliccricc ot thin hli;hly bred younu She b City, In I inmln coiuiH.on the Slielhy City tine Jacks,U'nulie.tcr, ns a cha-lalu iur iiic a nu Knoli l.ick I ll li m ic run, .ii i t .. I .i.". it . i tho nppoaranco of dwarf mini tnis; with a gentle hand. "Never mind: you us likely to Ih in personal peril from . .in,.-- . ... it ....un- - t r... i wl1' ""' "' " " Ing nrt-iLi- t have mare. ill u.ireciate him, nut only JOE BLACKBURN AMD BRICNOLIA, nnd several rows of dead cornstalks, around clso." oulv told mo. mid I'll not tell khvInxIv tho enemy's guns us a sutler, must lmvo a..lr..turhim..lf.l.uta. hor,cwh. breeding "' "u"' ,""i ' "f1!'.!..!, . ,.. illit . . 'iiiii.i . i. ...i .t ul li.IV some present motivo fjr his particular ranks him among the (..rcninst in the laud cow pea vines, like which twined thin, sickly the former f tear. "Id in Align-thId "Wont yer, now! Well, I know ypr wont verbal assaults on a soldier with tho glorious e and actin, hat big mil and mine, .1.1111! A the public In wed Infornud, at a ear old he ttr Inter year, old in year-a um hopeless poverty clinging to tho dead past. tears ld ihi efyersayso. You sou, his fol'---s moughtn't record of Ucncral Iliac!;. It is found, no sUrted In tctcral closely c mtetted meet, prot Ing hands hirfh, nurse be hat nospring ts an 5eua, heightli, m, hand. high,April p- Holh e theweigh l .nional with tupeiior, if combined It war, early morning tho dew was otill like it, mid we didn't wnut no fuss. Dut doubt, lu tho fact that tho Ocnor.tl inn prob coiichititely In eich cate that he It a gone, relia- in d Kentiuky hating wan tint rruet nt tariutit m hy fit I'rmee, It ble. race hore he glistening on the green collnrd leaves when wlmr's my brother, doctorf her eyes glanc- able candldute on tho tlc.tet with Cleveland, ed agiintt Jack llayden, Ostle At and others, kt.ul rairt in the State inliarnett, under add e and in by 1st I'rince, the Adams A Alfortl Imp Jack II win um i.y uj 1'itic. ny .siiemr irnne s iiiiie a sadhorte, ing slowly around the room. Dr. Meredith rodo up to this cnbln, and disWhom tllO WasDhdl K.V.IMS Statesman bus "Inn easily in three ttrjight hcati; time, a jr. model rint;atandno sta hamettjoarod at hurte, I dam Nellie (ir.iy by l.rd Wellington, he by air a vombined and j dle hi.r.c, "He is nt my house. I thought he'd better vlllflod as if ho wero u malcfa-ts- r. mounting fastened his horo to a little scrub Naivuleon.ti. td dam br lint I'orler llenrt KHi'ile.',' General believe he has not a peer in Kentucky. i nk that grew near the door, Tho doctor btny there while you are sick." Hamlet Ilen111.tr. it by King Denmark, he bt lleecher it a nu e Mai k (ilk, 15 hands high w 0Wbcry, of Chicago, hlawolf ll Worthy , the rema.kablt fa.t time .. aai good weight. Ileet.her nat tired b) I'rince, .' ttedln icrticc i limited t 40 approtc Star Denm-iri- , he by Jones' Denui.tri, he by o d dam Itose Kmhree. by Pate 'Ycs, I rockin he had ef you'll letlum. veteran of th'' war, returns to Chicago with wa.s a fine looking tniii, aliout iV) year of Hittud FniWe't St .new II act Dtnmark, the 4. mlie race horte he b) Imp. The chile wouldn't git nothin' to eat tho rejiort thut ho found uion nn extended 'n""--nge, tall, broad shouldered, with dark JacktiNt. atl tiam KU III) the by IHjth.'s IU, .. Ilediiefonl I antiotitly mt.te ptrsont ts.ll here." blnck hair and lieard, mid full dark journey, from which ho has just loturned, Urtt dam by Choritter, he hvConiracI, Import- jennets t .eallaad see two lacs toltt I bate ft (tl es' ad "Very well, he shall stay there, and have that in ull sections tho fcolin;; favornblo to eyes, In which the light of intelligence shone HiTP ed he hdam liy Jim llroii,heli by DukeSiroitilnt HLicstMirn, whirS it the onfr reliable lettoo . , of and Sir Anhle. third dam plenty to eat. Cut you had better not telk iuu uouiiiiiiiiou ui vti'iiunu uiacK ior 1110 ns n I'eaetm of hone to tho sick and wretched l.arih 4th dam h) Pirate and h h Chance i..vi iiruiii.i., K. Sired bt .Mevscnitcr thief, ist who had the good fortune to fnll under his any more now, so I will leave you to rest ShelHy Cite. er, tilth dam by Keutiutv lllottom and he h ll mnounti almost te enthusiImp lllottom, 6th dam by llrutut, ;lh dam It) a in',, Abel iJi'.and I Slreof Maud Mettenger asm. ministrations. He was only n country do- little while." (. urr). by l.)ttn, rimtdam I.ndv ire of Spedal Ho went to the door, nnd stood there lookIt is ii(jaui.it this nrm, oays tho Chicajfo other K ctorone of thoso men who sacrifice, their old Maggie Deuuiirt's dim ii; vm of Thornda'c a a'j , d dam b I HamletKmerj A' Walker's bWarner l.etln;loii, lives for the good of poor humanity, whoso ing across the field ut n group of pines that Jlerahl, whoso skill and devotion to his pres- Maiiii-rinTOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. Me Jlcy, unol Mambrino chief, n, ,i ddlc, ay that fur harness and had sprung up and grown apace- where noth- ent duties nro not less coninieuous und dam ky Nurnun It Itneedlctt to services nro great nnd whom fees nro small (ilcntien-i- t a bay ttllllon, I3K htndt high, finlctl and for action, beauty, Myie and c chance at a r ing else would flourish. There was n mock- valuable thuu wj his military nervico to his but ho was well worthy to stand as tho Hamlet hat no superior, and he transmits in fnrtn SS; beautiful I offer for sale pns itcly the property of any of ni. brethren, whoso fees, bestowed ing bird singing among tho dark, green country, that tho warrior he uliowsu true, in c IIdor and htndtiunemid has and- breeder, it" Ia" unbalanced irait thete iiualitlet to his olTtpriug wi by tho gmtcful rich for service not so great plumes, its ever varying notes ringing out wajjs his splenetic tongue and unpacks his doubu'd )ieed, hating ihnwn ouattera in ,t;! ec Atataken of my appreciation of putt fatort, tlllr street, OvvuMeJ by W I. Withers, the I wi git e contaias about jt at ret and the improvements a loud mid joyous. lie nan no track work hitt atidaiiiiiduieuienl forlutureatilttiiicc, by llahi-le- t a frame dwelling of rooms, a eistertt, wrath in words. Ills t touso tho Senate tin his has lieen in the nggregutc, had swelled lale, ..e pre iniu tin three to.tt vear Hit dlp sition it pcrlecl and hit "Were there nothing beyond this life for chamber for tho delivery of his diatribe lines first clats l.)ttiin,lhelre ofhlidam, Muod $j"ln be thowtilnfor theat bett Dantlllc relr essary omriallelings and an orrhtrd The Ir their liank nccotititK to a comfortable figure. 1U0 the in hy (loud patture Ho had come now to attend a jxor girl-o- nly us, ns some would have us believe," he ugalnst many men of worth utid character Thorndale a jH,aond that famnun mare, Dully, be furiiithed at ii jo per agelt sttdlcieill lur n aJlilna.l build Ing lot I lit il at .) IX dam month My pertiiua' and tpetia altcnitim l" ke cut ttr, and IGallonM the prori IIK I C. 111. to see her die, lie knew, nnd then to thought, "it were better to bo yonder bird, und specially aguinst u chivalrous soldier, (dam of Direct r a 17, and Onward W M bliHiJtu the great glten maret tupret ent aiidtllt., but ii not be U whoso worth and suffering contrast strik- hv llrown Chief iti) brother bury her nt his own exitenso; but tho thought which knows not u pang, nnd whose existAt I armart NatMaal llaiis reipoiitih e thou d any incur ingly with the grotesque military service of Clark Chief lll tttnd at ro llir Iniurauce, money' ij C T SANDIDCK that his rrrnud wai to bo altogether fruitless ence seems to Ixi a never ending (lent lew can not bo ques- due it hen the fjuit ascertained ur the marc palled than tho jxor creature lying in there. tho Kansas in every way. never occurred to him, ns ho with took his medicine cases, which hung over his If life end for man with the death of tho tioned. For words spylccn in debate tho TUE FLOfiENCE saddle like saddle bags, on his nrni nnd en- body, then surely he is tho most miserable of Constitution afford- him absolute immunity. II living things. He nlonc knows that long, Dut ho can be unswored from tho stump, tered the cabin. It was a poor place it fairly reeked with ing for n higher, nobler state, and to him and ixxjtie jusilco would afford General poverty. Two or threo Articles of the com- ulone comes heartache, comes wws, how over Illuck special opiwrtunlty to nccept tho Will make the present it Wm M Hue's I hate Isouckl the Training Stable at Jan to insuie nlittng colt or io ruht to tell lite Flore n monest kind of furniture, a pot nnd a frying fortunate ho may Ixs ho cannot escnpo care, chullcngc. WathiMg Maehttic and in una preuit Mfurmt the teiMin.cath at time of ten Ice pan that stood on tho hearth In front of a and disappointment nnd sorrow await him nt all bv tuv ts itla to sa.c their clvbs ftsxn Ir. , is 1 years old, 16 hand high, a beautiful ( llryaats-vllleMr. Insitll' Outhrrnk. I lie ill ttand at mt farm a milet vctt every turn. Thubi'attliatMrvcsliIm knows bay, with tine mane and tall, a perfect modwide clay fireplace, nnd n tin pan, a on the Kither s I'oml turnpike, the fine Young rubttmg and tearing incident to tke ttltl piot.es, Sir. Ingjlls' recent speech In tho Scnuto try 11 and perfect saddle horte ettttrinrr and two cups on tho shelf of a cup- uono of theso; its hunger nnd thirst np-- I will become historic for ono reason If for el Sireda hy llubhlc's Denmark, known at On Time. stallion I'KOX IK He is a dark bay, ijS hands trashing, lake one and buy lag ant be sotturc Ii I II nut tsorry you about unlet teased, It is content; it suffers from naught no other. It contains what Is probably tho First dam M"ll(e Mounts by Cabbie's Lexington; high, as loaleu In iwr, a Hat been hroken in door of which was gone, ami board, tho ly satittied as to nt merits. y 10 pulling a and Ironed hen a ynr ld I be undersigned has e purthasetl the I'loren where tho flies, early as it was, were swarm- save actual physical pain, nnd oven that does bitterest personal uttnek ovor mado In id dun by Voting America, he bj Tatlur's Mes- beat y carl I tsill ttand hint Washing machine and after a thorough trial, s. ing around n bit of uncooked Imcon, mid the not make it howl und writhe us it thxs many open debate on the door of tho Senate upon senger; jd dam by Miller's Denmark, which gites take pleasure .11 adding our tetiimotty to lit r.ri . lum a double cross tit Uie be t sauuie stock aa half of n enko of corn bread, were tho acces- men." n and without hesitation pronounee it a suctett n uny President of tho United States by uny world; ith dam IV John lllunt oneiif the bestintliei race l "55 etery partKular, doing all that It 1 tainted for it When ho returned to his patient ho found Senator. sories of the direct, most hopeless twverty. h irtes in the world ; jth dam by Wasv Wm Daugberty, J W. Wallace, Dr. II. wire Due when tertice is rendered and money refunded W M III K, Dantllle, K) M On a nulo hciUteid, that stood near tho her lying wit'i her eyes fixed w Istfully o:i Tho spectacular incident of tho occasion Mn S V sailer. A. f. Sine. Hill rerkint, f.ctttt if mare pros et to be not in fti.il open snshless w iudow, lay tho invalid. Sho the western sky, where the sun was Just gowas intensuied by tho fact that Mr. Ingalls, Pedigree Prone tt tired by I'rntaiiles, itt Dudderar, J. K. I.ynn, I.. I. Iljwsns, C Van..y dam by llourboii Chief, ad dam by Itlick Hawk Mrt Amanda Peak, (ir..rge I'eyl.tn, Metli.li lay iicrfectly still, with her eyes closed, her ing down, ll.xxling the earth and lightlug up us President ;iro ttmpjrr of tho Scnato, oc- Morgan, Spears , id dam b) Oliver, 4th dam nld clasi C. C Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Kainet, l IiIhcIc hair scattered in tangled masses on tho tho pale, sad face on tho pillow with a gloricupies tho chair and cseiclsos tho functions j STA I J I R 1 888. to be by Imp Messenger 1.. Huron, A M. I'cland and many silicrt ' coarse sheet nnd pillow, and but for tho little ous light. Ho took her hand in ills and t of of tho United States. M.V. KI.KIS--. Protaiilet was sired by Pnnseiil, tire Irinket. a 14 itt dam l.ady lllanrhe ht I'ritaleer, monn that enmo from her half ocn lips at over her. ad dam Wo put tho insult in evidence, says tho Ileadiuartersat S. s Myert' tt .re hy Vleaander't Atidallah "How do you feel now, Mngglof he nsked. New York Ann, to mark the extent of Mr. regular intervals ono would have thought The urc of 1'mtie sdd a f"w weeks ago for X.O)STDOISr, "Oh my, doctor!" she sighed, "I feel Ingalls' offending. "The nomination nnd her already deud. $4.- -. A woman in her own rank in life n com- moughty weak, an' my foots is kinder dead election of ('rover Plevehmil." mil (tin Chetnut Ulhnn, t'lVJ hands high, tired bv the mon woman w Ith u sorrowful face a face like." Kansas Senator, " have mado tho proton- - ) Ucor-anUatioi- i. l.uulander rirtt dam llracelet ly AngeliH, 'Take this," bo said, bringing a cup from Bioiis of any American citizen to tho 1'icsi- -' ad d.i lirunette. ny l odinetnn. tii earn .tliss market with those lines which constant, r styket by the tatter, ath dam by ihc Cdonel, Ai never censing distress always leaves there-- Kit tho cu'plxwrd nnd holding it to her Iis, while dency resiieetable. There is no man in this tor further see l.osvlan This Ja k is it hands high, ts is foaled June n. country whoso igtiomnco Is 60 profound, dcr, hisstuu b.Mik by Dale. man,pcuigree l.ufr.i by in front of tho fireplace, where theiv was ho raised her head a little on his left arm. nut of sire, ttat 1M4 ittdimby Notlte it herehs glten that the undertigned.w "Did you over go to churchr ho asked, whoso obscurity la no impenetrable, and Windhoundghe by the cter famous l'anutioi (.real Sired by Imp I ordoves, I yle'tMammoth, he own sure than three fourihsnf the shares of tit a smoldering lire. Sho sat there not that sho Kentuekian, he by Superior wns cold tho weather was warm und plea- when he had laid her head gently back on the whose antecedents i.rc so degraded that ho Daletnian by King Tom, the most successful tire bv Smith's Mammoth, he l.v linn M.mnwuh sd stock of the ( rah( Orthard and Ihappolls (a a ciirmrutdn orgai Tom. may not jUHtiiiaDiyaaplro to a Presidential KnL'l.ind hateter produced; hit tnrrt. (ireat the IT dam by I ee's Mohaok, he hi old Mohatsk, dam 'turnpike lttt.nl Actiimpanv, Ittneial Assvmlth santbut from the force of habit. It seemed pillow nnd put the cup uway. Iviiii. lljn anil I'haeloii. it ere iniriurled to an imported, id dam by lalboti s I'alifot. be by Imp iard under upprmctlof I the tiomlnation-b- y " os, onct in a while when I could." the Democracy." place to sit, winter or sumKentmkt, to her tho right S and made themselves famontas sires ul winners chru.ur 17, iva atwl tnt af a tied 'An At lis intiirtiorate the ( rah (liehard A the tire of tri.h I'ahfox and outttand Warrior Jennet! Senator lllackburu's reply was effectivo Mini. Tnm iva, lir If ark n "And what did tho preacher tell your mer. Colder will isiruiatLhrrand Kangha Itallnugh, the tire d Ihapptd't (tap luinplHo l(wd (otapaHt," has "Ho us ef wo didn't rcrpeut that and witty, und his rebuko wns well de- I.eamingioii The doctor, us soon as ho entered tho sutsorlatt'd thi tnseltrs togitht at authorited bt So Dalesman's dam by I'anlaloou room, went to tho IxMsiue nnd examined his means bein' sorry ho said, for all tho lmd served. Whatc.er my be Mr. Ingalls' it is teen 1h.1l I otiHon hastwoclose crostct of Pan ATTENOOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. Art of the (ieneral Asteiiildt of rtenturkt, ai proved April j, iM, and entitled "An Ait a we'd did, we'd go to hell. Dut I never done opinion of Jlr. Ovcl.uid, morally, talooiiand through tire runs ibro 1 aiienast,! ramp patient. thoruiag lumplke, graiel and plank road como politically or ho threw Tom h. tone, (ilcoi'.c. eli while throiiifh his d.im Unliko tho generality of her class, whose nothin' so awful bad that I Knows on, 'less'n rties chartrtrsfliy tpuial Arts of the (irm-ru. he traces to O'lvulo, Worm.le), IlirJiatther, I he -- WOINTDEBfeatures nre nbnost invariably coarse and 'twas marrying' Tom when I knowctl his uwuy tho Ia9t rcfltnuiut of propriety and (. aster, siuton ana all tne niost taniou. perlormers semldy to reorg.in e mid operate their fluid und lite genrntl incoTMtr.itioi laws of Kentucky ' a' seldom pretty, often repulsive, this folKs woulilu t liUe it. Uut ho would have it discretion when ho coavirossod that opinion and tires in Knglaud. I his horse w dlttanl invgular, hate abandoned and telinqulshrtl the right. Ijlrl vim beautiful, with features ns delicate so, doctor, an' I couldn't help it. I lied to into these half 11 hundred word t of concenHe Dark gray Jack, A htndi high, years old aid company under Ibe afnrutaid charter AT S20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. trated venom uud uum'.Mr.'irublo contempt. do like lie said." and clearly cut as thoso of u ('reek statue. is uell bred und of the Jim I'orler tin tnd is a granted by the said Act ol the (ivneriil Attseuibls as fine breeder Is tan ("be the su of the Hulk apnrured February 17, larrt, and have organ. c "Well, never mind that; you nnd Tom bed From her tho doctor turned to tho woman Who Is Their Attil'.ili'o Mini? jak. that sold afcivtscvk. a, for i.- - Will to become a Itt hi) , nriMtrutc under the gtrtieral n v. ft!i an inquiring glance. Sho said nothing, n right to get married If ou wanted to, und stand at t tKHtratin lasts ul Ihit state, 111 chupt rabottlK ought to bo ! but pointed to a pine table that stood in n you might have done much worse. Uut anTiio St I.oui boyming (iem-ra- l Statutes and th amendments Iher. I cundiatos for tho oxiert corner of tho room, on which there, win some- didn't tho preacher tell you about anything Presidency, in FOR JENNETS AND SIOFOR MARES All the ttiKkhotderk ut lite aforrsdid Crab Ortli j..' h.tving 1ml r lon-- und unluous Hi) horse 10 hands high, M Ten llmei-k- ; 1st S20 and ( h.ippell's (isp urupike Kmid Cmnpant olseP thing covered with a coarse piece of cloth. o Inture a mng ( oil. experience. It li.ii tho three ob- dam dam of Iclloitpla) and HrjLe tarter h) shall br inenicrs t the hotly iormrata tii hi ot "Oh, yes; ho tol' us 'bout tho Lord, an' jections to Givshamul0'Mtod (hut ho He went to tho table, nnd, lifting tho cloth, l.ien retained 01 ..It ti.l the .ratoii it paid Planet; ad g .mined under this notlte vu. : was a ill rift's dam,dam. Ki lite, fell, tti raft's and spend I exingtoii, 2d Jam Murine, (Idlelit how, ef we done w'nt was right mid looked under it. l.li HUH, HI. The name of the org.imaation shall he th Cr . r and ho mado u sttld'sdam by Imp (ilcncoe ( to ihcstud Unk ot sins, ho'd forgive us an' take "How long did it liver ho asked, turning Orchard and Ottiiihritn I'urnpiki- - Kiiad Ctonpan Itryanlstilh, K. thut ho has uruopingtoinpyr occasion- for extended pedigree, and find no ruber blo.nl (o March, 1U8 once, more to tho woman. audits mini Ipal nlaie of hosiiwst shall ht? 1 1.11 us inter u p!uo whnr everything's party, an' ally to rating caiandtr and find the line he comes ol, nnd says : Orch iril, Kt. I tie general husliins tlnill In t IhiiIi by sire and dam illumines Ht brightest "Not a minute, doctor," was tho reply: "it tho street is made of gole, an thar's plenty " John Sherman is not nvuihiblu becauso withgrcat achietentcnts He combines the pages iiptr.Me the mad now constructed ami knostn a jeV givo a gulp, so, an' was go:io." TUP FN(' SDDIK slM.llnN. lur ull. That's when we's dead, yer know." tho Conkling Btnlwarts would not bo of (ilcncoe, l.exiiiglriii and I'haetun, the latter oIinhI the I rah On hard and ( lmml t (Jup Turupik. thro' and to eiiiittrurt addithinal lurnnlktt from tl "Yes, I understand." "It i.i better so,"' murmured tho doctor, and l.exinglon twice through enthusiastic for hi.n, whilo tho Ulaino lussirc; Ceil l!p.-ipresent terminus of said road tn Ollemhciin an "An' is it all true, doctor?' dam of I'en "I ruckiu it bo,"said tho woman, who overs would bo cntliusiartic against Aerolite and fanny llolioii, theI'otahontiia, llmeck when the tthnle to and (Unto, thrire in PI irine, eti If. WALLACK "Yes, something like it." heard the rcinnrl:, though it was not intended capital iuk author. him. Hon. M DKXMARK, notI'hc coniplelid operate ed shall hemud milium iVuli.in an) I'varts is the old adage, "Mood will tell," is good, tin. soling , "An' is it os purty thnr es thetj" lifting hor not available for her ears. ''Kf sho wns to die an' bhe's etttjcuing isreuit inoitaanii notlars anil sh, Ir. his greatest horse Mill protc his worth by getting progeny that he paid in it such timet and upon tmli condlli.n like to, uin't tJioP looking earnestly in Dr. hand feebly nnd pointing to tho western sky lllghts toward diruity, lio ii simply funny. will show in front "at the finish " He is greatly in Foaled May i, 1S70, is h rich Mahogony bay, It's) at shall be prutcrihed hy the Directory all nblj;w with glory. Meredith's face. Mr. Chuuncey M. Dei :tv la not uvuilablo be- marks and form like his tire, the faniuut Ten llmeck of tills corponiiton shall The milr "Much prettier; nnd there is no trouble, cause ho Is :i bloated ino:ioM)list. William whox,rCarter,record hat only been beaten by his son hands high, heavy mine and tad, it strictly fine on April 1, fStt, and shall terininiitu oh April 1 "Yes." a full brother to (.'ongregan He it and fancy; it both a natural and pleasant saddler; Drake "" alfalrs of this lx nolwdy to l:Ier fur it, jfr no somi'v there, and everybody Is happy.1 "Then thar'd Walter Phclpi isoutof tho question becauso well not un.stoitulv knit and ha- - iIk- munles and I'r.e eeo," "I'm glad to hear that," said the girl", hor of his bang mid his I'lalnla. lion Harrison iiuirtersof all the best desi endents of I.etinElou, breeds fancy anil when iuiet') dr.ten in harness duUed bt a Dint torsittrjx.r.itKHi arc to o be 101. Hoard ttiinpimul r ttyle on both and will make the season at ITrTI.KN HOI.l. Mts' goes like a trotter. He is high-tn- l Tiio doctor said nothing. He wns thinking eyes brightening with a hxk of joy, "an' voted ngalnst the Chinese Dill. and lour Director, whu shall he ... Senator to insure tiitet to the third generation; is li.i kod by thnr" the it Saturday In April of each year. ulccted of tho father of thct lifeless atom. Ho had thet's whnr I'd like to go fur this lioiiweari-som- o Huwloy io ban'ed bocii-iho U a RepublicThehlgliest ainoiiut ol Inttelit.-.lHu- . ouglibredt on both sides, making Inni ter) acute toivhun woiT un1 ono don't hov much here been found dead murdered, probably, by an only iu name, und a strict constructionist thl. nrpirrutinn itteii and sprightly in g.nt, in form and finish a perfect shalli not exieed shall at any time tulili-c- t or tho constitution iu fact. Allison would toino jealous rival the day beforo in a dwp to make cm happy." liltit hunJreil doll.irt model He was sired by Sumpler Dcniutrk, he by The privnfe proptrtt ol the ttockholder. siia,' "I bellevo you've been a good girl. Mus:- - full to poll the Republican vote of Now York lllark colt, foiled ITlIy not far from the cabin, tho girl, almost by C'ohban a,t(, (sire of (oddard's Denmark, he by I 'nines A Cromwell's he etoinpt f rom the corporate dcbti. in iS5; dead lienclf, lying on his body, and clinging gie," said tho und California, und, though wo exhnu3t tho t I Cjayai, Cyclone a ),, Coaster a jb) 1st II Miller, John llurhnn.iu, Denmark, he by Jn. II ()to it with such tenacity that it lmd Uvn dift"I lies alien done- tho best I cu'd,"she whole list of IlivubihYua, thoro uro only ilaui.Miceu. ny raw aio 130, sonoi .timoni, sire 01 Denmark, he by the rata horte, was ..r "1 T.S" S I'l.h. Imp. Hedjuford. Hit first d.iui tired hy Sir tr'. llariisAdnrr."""'ir, dec'.l; J, ; auuam .tianam rincu, tannic iiliersioon,a id;, J ners, Tiio man had Iwn n said, "but t don't know much nn' mebbe two ficult to 0 nialne unit Urciliani." J llurrU, docM: l.m recoru aji,.tuce Wallace, he hy i'odliunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir ciiln ( ouiity, hy D It Carpenter; Town of Cm' (dam ul limma ii reckless scapegnico, belonging to a good I didn't idlers know wii't was Jls' right." llaiM.onia4i,aiid I'untoiiii a4 hy Drennon,,;d dam thoroughbred, ad dam b) Virginlut, dam Orchard, by A II. I'oh) ; W. M Dooros. T Jlr. SliiTiiiiin's I.lternry lliiieitu. fam?Sy, but prefeiring tho coniaulonslilp of Her voice had been growing weaker for by licncral iarlnr loiinan all. by Mainbrim Albert, l'ollanl At it conferenco of Senator Sherman's Pilot, sire of (Iannis j 171 Mamliriiiu (lift a ao) of Virginiut by Tranby, thoroughbred he by the tho low and vicious. Ho had run through some time, and these last words wero uttered 1. .!: - iu:i.,I'',m'axi by Cassiut M (.hy. Jr. tire of llarrt celebrated Mason's Whip; yd dam a Whipp mare with n moderate fortune, mid then gradually between short, quick gnsjis for breath. Now friends" nt Wa .hington tho other day, says dam Cattin. a a.i. , rascal by Alinont, I lay ikfand St'KC.KON DFNTIST, it was decided, it is sircnfa aI'cuiinniit Du'angu dam 1'carlle Leonard, by sunk to the level, socially, of those whom, in sho closed her eyes and lay quite still, nml tho Baltimore a I7, - (Kntkkv. Srtss ,ku, said, te establish u literary bureau ut American Cl.11, sire of (iranvillu aa6; ad dam hy tho hours of debauchery, ho had chosen for the doctor thought sho was falling asleep, Campbell, sou 01 Wagner; id dam Kilken-ncy- , Offi 4 toiitti tide Main, ttt, Minors TOM iiul so might eonio the end; but suddenly Washington iu the Sherman Interest. Tho John b) Mingo, son of American lidipse; Alinont his asMK'iates. alwve Depot St, Such was tho story of tho man. Of tho iho started up, and, half lifting herself on Sonator is a candidate for tho Presidency hj Alexander's Abdallah, sirenf (ioldtmilli Maid, nnd wishos every body to know it-vote a i). itt dam by Mambrini) Chief, sire of dam of Sou of Wal ace Denmark above, itt dam by Milantecedents of the girl littio was known. aer arm, that trembled under tho weight of for hhu. Ho has been cheered by evi- Director a 17, ad dam Kate by l'ikit, Jr. aire of ler's Denmark, he by the race hurte, Denmark, She was not a nutivo of that part of the nor Ixxly, looked eagerly toward tho dxr. lheaiialytisifthis peda oSl. "Oh, Tom! Tom." she cried, her voico all dences of support w ut least two States dam of Maud S. crosses of Mamhrino Cliief, two hit dam I'.oriae , id d.im by .Montgomery t () i. country, but had comu there about a year igree shows two Mahono will, of Pilot, Jr.lwo of Henry Clay and oneofllam-bictoman- ; once clear and sweet, and singularly outsldo of Ohio. Iieforc, ncconipanied by her brother, a little, at er, jd dam hy o d Dreniuin Tom it a fine shaped pacing and thoroughbred dried up specimen of humrulty about 15 vtrong, "I know'd yer'd como when they if possible, lead n Sherman delegation from foundation built upon awill serve mares at Fir". horse, Ii ac tilth heavy mine and tai J ijsf h.tndt I hit years of age, but who looked ns though ho Vild yer I wo-- sick. Don't go awny ng'Iii, Virginia to tho National convention. TK15.N DOI.I.AHScolt insure high.is.i natur.t sadd er and wi I v. irr.int him a to might lw 60, so wrinkled was his sallow, vi1 don't yer drink no ino' now don't yer do Colonel Cunaduy, of North Carolina, will t.idd e breeder, try to do tho samo. Uliza Pinkston, also, weazen face, mi dull his light blue eyes. The :t, Tom." and the other notable Louisiana person-ago- s Ono moment sho kept herstrnlnediiosition, two had taken up their nlnxlo in tho old CJLEYEI.ANJD. associated with tho Senator in tho tlint had licen tonnntless for some gazing ut tho ojion iloor, nnd then fell back past, or cabin, their ghosts, If thoy bo dead, will A dark hay horse ip.i hands high, Is a splendid tho pillow. She was dead. time, nnd three months later Tom Stauard, du 'I hit tine Jack it by (liant, he by Imp. Palermo, Tho doctor closed her oyes and covered her now, no doubt, put iu their best licks for combined stallion, will he permitted to serve mares tho murdorcd man, had likewise made it his at $10 to inture him in his timo of need itt dam by Kohinton's Sampson, he by Imp Mum ace, and then went out of tho room. Mrs. domicile. We will also stand the noted Jack, moth, addam by Imp, Ilertrand. Jaco't itt dam Tho doctor, leaving directions with tho Turner was just returning from her homo, Ono Agiiinst SliiTiunii, by illack iiau-i- , ad dam hy Tipp.icanoc 'woman to preimru the infant for burial, rode whither sho had gono w hen ho tint came. It is ovidentthut tho St. Louis Thititahaadtome Jack, yeartod, ij)f hands "Magglo Is dead," ho said to her. nway, saying he would bo Iwck lieforo nightdon't lilvu Sherman. 1 1 novor loses an op- At f 10 to inture and breeding "My gracious!" slio exclaimed; "how sud- portunity te hit him. Itsaya: " John Sherman iutiicontideration, Takiu; irt stelecheapest Moci high, b'.ici vsitli met y note. Win serve it few fall. In the meuntimo sho could continue to ue thins tint the Jennets, givo the mother the medicine prepared dur- den it came an' I thunk she was wroto ono lotter too many n few years ago. ever offered. an1 what's to become of her brother now I A citizen of Ohio wont to Mexico to engage Maret keptougr.itsal$apermonth. No ing his former visit: it would ease her jwin, Thenhove ttoct will make the season of 1888 at Kor further particulars callonoraddrest. nnd that was nil tliut ho could hope to do for Ho ain't llttln' to take tear of hi'so'f." my farm lu business. Ho was, ns ho conceived, bad4 iiiiict from Hiutomille near Carpcn S. II or J II IIAUCHMAN, "I will look after him." her. ly treated by tho Mexican nuthorities. Ho Stanford, Ky tvr'sStation, and vt ill tic permitted to terse by the 13 "Will yer, though Well, now, that bo wrote n lotter to Jlr. Sherman, asking him IVhcu ho returned just before sunset the insurance, mom;hty good on yer." to call tho attention of tho State Depart noinnii met him at the door. I WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, "You will seo that tho poor girl is decently ment to tho matter. Mr. Sherman replied "Will, Mrs. Turner," ho said, "what of laid out. Send to me for anything you need in a long lotter, ono sontenco of which your patient V JACO at Jay forjack coit and JijTor Jennet S "Sho 'enr to Iks n niundln' a lectio, doc- nnd I will attend to tho burinl." reads thila ; 'A man who Is fool enough to Slock committed to my care and breeding will "Yes; I'll do w'at I kin," said tho woman, Invest hit monoy in u l have purchased the lumber yardi of Mettra. tor," was the reply, and there was a hopeful country (Iran nnd when the doctor mounted his horso und like Moxico has no right to expect protec- C.eorge D, Wearen and I. M llruce and will open receive my personalto attention for before furnished look in tho ioor woman's oyes. be paid renins ul big yard at the one purchated of Mr Wearen. ut reasonable rates, :s rode uwuy she stood looking after him. "Ef tion ftom his own or uny other Govern- Ilesidcs lumber in rough and dretted, I will carry riftm "What makes you think so?" of stock No responsibility fur accidents or esBhoolJ bo mod few montlu befor "She seem to havo more benso like, an' I thar was mo' like you lu this worl'," sho said, ment.' Tho lotter U still iu postesslon of n large line of window sallies, doors and thlnglei, capes. Farting with stock forfeits the iniurauce, conflnemeat. Send for book," To Motiimi, mtllM free. "wo jx)' folks w'uldn't havo sica a hard time tho geutlemiin to whom it was addressed. laths, potts and the picket fence formerly sold 'lows elio mus' lie. soino better," r M. 0. HOCKKK J. STKKI.K CAKl'KN'it'K. Wearen. lio lives near Chlhuuhuu." The doctor u cut' to the bedside and took on it." Uobert Hoggs iu Tims Democrat. KiooiaxoB C3oM tho girl's wrist In his hand. It was very thin, and ho hold it gently whilo ho gnred in tho palo faco of tho patient, who was talking as Knock, nnd It .hnll be oinM unto the". Not once nnd noftly, but agnln and yrt if in her sleep. Then ho shook his head. AKnln, mid until honest i of RWMt Soon, very soon, mother nnd Iwbo would lo Enclrcli" thy bent lruix'lli'rotUrly. together. Tho two, so near akin, had nover Knock without awing midnight, Inr.il nml day, known each other in this life whnt beyomW The girl opened her eyes large, dark, Thro' numbing winter ami thro' noontide heat, And, oh! thro' all the low- - south' lirvntliltig melancholy eyes they were whilo Dr. Meiv-llt- h ttnwt nmis bending over her, und looked In AT TRUTH'S DOOR. A INQALL3 AND BLACK. Comparison llolwcrti Dm Tnulurrr of 1TOTICS. I)riiils - O! r' , DENMARK! , OUIDB ii Th Uotad Mxh asd- 8pt uh rear. It Is an enoy- olopcdU of useful for all who pur. ohaee the luxuries or tho of llfo. We enn clothe you ft&d furnish you with tho necossary ana unnooossnry all pplisnoes to ride, walk, danoo, sleep, est, fish, hunt, work, go to ohurch, or stay at home, and In various slsos, stylos and quantities, Just figure out what is required to do all thoso things COMFORTABLY, nd you can nmko a fair estimate of the value or tho BUYBR8' OUIDE, whloh will be sent upon receipt of 10 oente to py postso. MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. - GRABrBY, 2489. 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