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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888040601 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COO Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL h well-painte- 6, 1888. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The ' NO. 16 lict s.ilir in iV rifles, also MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. luinl to llml. Tho First halt is at War- - man" liiiton, tho villain i tho rear of thu Na- - ami olnolete, iironyiiinietrically arranged Four mairiages in the county this vy Yard. The latter has Its own land within, in rows, on tho mound. Pro- week. IMtaVIHi1. MM Llfi in);, lint it i seldom used. It is a ltip ilijrioiw heaps of shot ami shells, also of ltiley Harnett died on Wednesday and uiius.ible patteiiwndointhe Van Winkle navy yard. The torpor of morning of rlieumittisin, aged about oil. HAI.NKS disuse is on It. A few oflldals, charged interior. ....'rTl..l i'KO.M liKOItUKO. Lou is Hiatt, while pulling at a grape The foit and are, however, mii- with keeping it from rack, creep around vine in a clearing, fell and broke two :.....,..:.,... i ... i ..i ii . ,v... . nl. 'uiiiili'ii.iii in iiii'inl iv.viifllllllw, i... ., 1VIIVV.S Ill VIM1 Mill l. ii ,,.!.,. ", lilt l'i:s(oi,., lYo'tim, .Mar. :'.(, lss. HIV ..i hriirhtly-paintelloo.ls an out" liiiljo huoys of Apache Kiierilla, and his 17 braves, with Drill Intkuhik: "Tin W. S. Pinker has resigned the posi with varying sizes; hollers of portable engines, their numerous s(iiaws and mpidly ami wt In.vu luul otir Intou-ouid creasing jupiMwes, who have found a tion of deputy sheriirund entered kept well painted; hum piles of tin- North ami Hint, mully interiVrvil Academy. I'liptuln brick building, empty, silent and nuns- - permanent home in this romantic spot, with forHOVrnil ilayn. Our James (itilliu, who ug..t to know patt of I'.'it ed, but in perfect order and waitim,' to far away, enough, from the scenes of . who is tin- liirp-KIVlti'rHoii, rlt,'r' Jl,i'1'1' ,la--mm '. ",,,vi"; raves" are all i to tin, at prt'm'iit, has hern nit oil hum and roar with varied Industries their deputations. Th. " fcw w,llv '""""wI in rott when the time comes; a meat bell in its most repulsive and villainous lookin- gfiom hi lioiiii hIiuc litHt hisankli of u trio to tin N. 1'. that he tower, sounding dolefully at long inter- - ieronimo about the worst and the kiiiiiiiu'i Mr. Isabel Liwon, of Skagg's creek, instead of freipientlydismiingaiid males are hideous, for the most part. miihimiI wmilil bint tliroi1 iluyn at lot her house with its content Monday , Huniiiioning thoiiMands of one or two pretty, workmen fiom The papooses Ilo ti'U'K'niiihfd from Montgoiu-tvnight by Hie. Thought to have been and to their tasks, the whole aspect of All carefully boxed, after the Indian A In., that hu hart tried other route tired bv an iuceiidiarv. i and all and contly encloure is manner of homo ami fuileil In all; anil now will the Last Saturday, while crossing Hound inako a ilet'enite utteuiiit via Coluuihus depicting in the extreme. It seems tactitiirn ami undemonstrative, peerin out from the projecting cover of the (Stone creek near Orlando, Miss Virgie Min., mill thence down tin .Mnhile A such an awful wate of ti ensure Heppert horse became entangled in Oliio road to Mohilf, our Military open to prepare so grand an establishment for swaddling case, where their limbs are some brush, fell and came near drown service mid leave it unused. Hut two iuipiioned helplessly; and rolling their :.... i thoroughfare at 'invent. A tflunee at the map will ive an Men ships have been built hen' yet. A gieat inquisitive eyes tit the staring stiangers, ... .? the republican countv convention a . of a smile, and not .. , , of the "rounil ltohin HimnI'k harn" route dry dock, half completed, has two of its . . . Illll Hill .1IUIIIIH tlllU 411'lflfllllVII Hill f ' that Is involved In tho Coluiiihtin jour-n- c iiou sections, out of four, ready to be Ullfll t lllltlllllli. J'V ill-' iii1' One grunt, gates to the Slate convention. Instruc..i1- Ii. Ilinniot-t- o placed in potititui, when the largest iron such as would in time, develop, in of our ri'Miiirivfiil captain. tions were given to vote for liogan Me-- i into Fenniniore C'oojier'H signill- Is "If you ean'l ilo it one way, try clad could be docked and repaired. They Keeand W. O'llnidleyfordelegate fmm .mother," ami hi' praetici'n what he are kept well painted ami some day, cant "I'gli!" of the leather Mocking the State at large to the National Con-- I iloiibtlesM, will be Used; but when? A Tales, was the only sound that proivcd-epiem-lnvention. No other instructions. wharf, of superb granite from one solitary baby of these doubOur old friend I'at .Iovoh, Ivi., of J. F. Wallen, Jr., of (iiini Suplhur, raiiu down uliotit a week iiio to blocks, with great 'Vhears" ready to lift ly imprisoned scions of the Apache war- has accepted the general agency of a ivcnpenito, ami llndiui; it no delightful, the masts out of vessel, completes the riors. They seem trained to tactituinity Cincinnati publishing house ami will ti'h'Knipliiil fur hi yonni'Kt niii, "Put costly inventiuy of I'm-l- SiiiiHier valu- and repression from earliest infancy. start for California in a short time. .las. .1., .Ir.," to roini' ilown iiImi. Ho h'ft I., able pniperty hereaway, (ieioninio is mot villainous. A face, run Woodward and Frank Hos, accompa jtict n time to In- caught at MontKomery hastily through it, while the "Willie C." without mercv. His "better untitle" is nied Mon- by Mis. .. , two "wiwIiMiiit.V' in tin railway discharges and takes in cargo, and tiiat is .!.... !...... 11111 ..Z..8..I.. lie day for Walla Mina (iarlaud, left Terri- sigiii. II iiiu uir Walla, Washington t that forhhl adviiine or retreat, till the about all it seem kept up for. It is pit- knows oiilv one nunI'ih'IisIl wnnls. tlll'V. tllltll- flllllllk llflllll. . . v. V await hi tardy ar- iable. When every navy yard" in the Th ey are ... ro.i.1 1h repaired. . . ..... "two nits, wnicli is the tnex- - " .v. ik. irvcne, oi .i... inc nullum r.cini, I'nited States ought to be running day omhli demand for each one of rival in some anxiety. lu.I1(u..l thJ Mondav. here her Mum of the rain mid night to build the veels needed to IVnuacola MIolN.lMlllU'doUtMiUMIlhtrilK'f; m i t t':ii! :i.. ..; '! i. ii iiiiiiiii. nunl iaiuif iiuti n in a four day rie?je of almot eoutiuu-oil- s maintain our dignity on the sea, a well with (iKUONI.MU in sprawling charai t)yviitH Mijourn in Louivilk' ami ioriiMMir. Our dear "Denton of as guarantee protection along the great within. Neailyevvrvbo.lv is will la- -t Mon; llaininonil" ran hvit to we us defenceless which now invite in to pay that for a niemento of tla; ,h Fishil. ,,11S uhmX o attack from day, retiiruiin for hli (iood Friday the Hot hucaiieeiiiig nation dreadful fellow and their visit toh.siins-- , hillliut .,,. Keiiiuilv t,K. ,.ilR.vi,It.i,ra,, You know wo enjoyed a that wishes to replenish an exhausted on; and he drives a tlir.vn.g trade in ()( ,.ailt hicki Wi(S i,0IV Tuesdav in the siejit of our dear lsiy. Heme, nnipliiliioiis treasury by piittnitf New York, Itoston, shells He has a Mm.l,t-backeboy of s I)1VillU ,,,, tRuk. he nianiiged to we about everything in I'liiladelpliia ami San Francisco under 10 or .', who sh.K,.s inaccunitely at, aHtlloritv f(jr wk.mnij!iIIK niatri.nonv. and alsitit I'eiisiiciila, in spite of the rain, contribution, to ivdcciu themselves from nickels in as,, lit stick, fobbing the nick-- 1 t ylM; Mw w T nMik (f ,,.. (IttriUK his brief stay; wimlimr tip yester- - bomb.mlment. What will be the Jlrst el whether he hits or his also' darents misses. and relatives here. Josh Hell to catastmiihe that breaks the loiij: me down the harlsir dav with lirnigs in mi add Itiuti to v ex- -' itind fannlv, of Jellerson countv, are Hay, ami our p.d captain's villa, her of the Catskills? daily, during the traveling Pen-V, , r....,.- .; i.i.......'. v..n.... ill ivtt.iiiii i iiiii.. vMirvrf and tuick, a pull of aliout einht miles in Kvidently A niericaiis believe in luck. son. Once while we on the lsv uiii Mit Miller is looking after the pills while ly bit of blue. (Vrtainly no nation on eatth could so inissvil so many times insiiive-ioall. It was almost tin that sky ho saw and we took prompt advan- - quickly sprint: to arms to avenge an in-- t (ieronimo himself took the bow in hand, S. L. Whitehead is oil' on a tour to Pine ville and the Southwest. W. It. l.am-seof tlie denting .V. W. wind for the ut s this liofteiiiHivil "Manasseh" of with a grunt of disapprobation and made of Loudon, was liere several days delightful trip. He left us heavy-heaours. Hut in the meanwhile, we court two shots, mum' than the boy's. Where-- j this week. Miss Myrtle Fish, of Wildie, on the 10 o'clock train last diMster and risk untold millions of ed all around, upon he subsided, with another urunt, is visititt", friends here. James Hix has It was a heavier pullat hishcait ,m. j,, tliiH dreamy ,Urnr if,,i- - of na and sat down, sulkily hiiiiiiniiiL' a chant, returned from Mooresbuii:, Teiiu. JesM htringstogothan histimat the o.tr, to ti,,,,,,) ssitude; while hundreds of s most unmusical, as if to soothe hisruf-- ' Fish is in Cincinnati. HiiiMiilararms, in the morning. lions of dollars lie unused in the new lied spirits, rolling those villainous little The meeting has proK'res.scd favorably, vaults that have to be yearly constructed eyes of his; so clo-.- together as to stamp Dynamite is the most deadly of all ex In spite of the weather, and we walk on to accominislate this aiioehryphal him what he is; restless, implacable and ' plosives, and cholera was sure death to ground every day, in the esteem mulation. We ate extraordinary peo-o- f ton degree. I like not chickens until the discovery of Hauler's the IViiNicolians. The Presbyterian .,,.t for ,, f,,,., ( ieronimo, nor Apaches generally, what chicken cholera cure. It is mM on the minister, ltn. Verier, and the Methtrilist The "Willie ('." continues her trip, I saw of them at Pickens. I mislike the .( ' i.imi in. "t..i..i.,.i " " v i' pastor, llro. Scott, have been most kind bearinn her mtising pa.seiigers to the "noble red man." Aitemus Ward hit Stii:g. and ciiurteoiis. The latter has in itcd us ,.xt point of interest. This is Fort liar tin nail on the head when he described to hold services in his church, Armory rancas, built liit in ItMHi bv the Span-Ha- him as "pi.en, w ltereverfoiind." I shall beiiiK'inusefora previous enpik'- t- ianls and railed San C'arlos.'iiiid was the like him in the Millennium, not now, incut, and we have been there now for a nrt niti of a town on I'ensacola ll.iy. It not now. Fight soldiers are ample as a week. I can't speak too gratefully of the i nhoiit a mile the Navy Yard, on guard. There is no possible escape. If kindness of these two brethren, who ' the western mainland. This runs out they swam the hay, even, where could lime displayed a magnanimous christian jtill a mile or two fuither in a long, low So they pit her shells; make nil they - lyiiiKKindy spirit, above the average, and who "proat the point of which the "two hits" they can oil' tourists and KJ'.'iurrty shc to "prove nil things and hold fast Fort Mclt.ie was, and its dismantled lend, perfoive, peaceable lives, for tile that which is piod." llro. Ycrgcr's peo- - ruins still aie. Between Itarnuicas and llrsttiine in their turbulent history. Pour ' jile have turned out to hear us and McKae the stands, a very line creatures: What can be done for them'. .. 1....I ii si nin hi I. I I.......Iin'i-i- .. ..I one, in .1 .! . ill I.. iniw wie .si loiiiest lie I . . ii.i' oi in iii use of hisinchurch, had I loirged to be able to preach the gospel to the it Kae was "torn to libboiis" by the com-hi- to them. But the 'V'ltlf Jixed" seemed' completed. Hut the Presbyterian biued shelling of the Federal'licet from impassable. The children arc to be sent congregation are now woiliippin; in the the Gulf outside and the batterinj; from hear. e till their beautiful new Foit Pickens, on Santa lto.-- a Island. The to school .somewhete, The run back on the "Willie 0." to rhurcii is finished, about May. The Confederates held the mainland, but '2 U Baptist brother takes no .stock in us at abandoned Barrancas when Fort McKae thecity by v. i. and a charming one. I shall not soon forget that trip. all; hut some of his people do. The became untenable. Then the Yankees ' Kvcr in Jesus, 1,1:0. o. iisitvKs. giKd old HpNcopal rector has denied took po.sM'o.sion. Pensacola had 00 houshimself the pleasure of heariiitf usbe-iii- es left when the war was over. A pietty From Bonnie Scotland. Z. Lent. Hut tho ptore.s has been clean sweep, not to .speak a devastating As evidence of the way that the Inti:- steady in winning hearts fiom the very Hies since. iiioit.lot-i.NWcirculates, the following A section of the old Spanish first; and I think can truthfiillv sav we fort of from a Scotland lady toour business man lire having it "pretty much our own liitni remain, just under the walls of the ager is submitted: I trust, is yet the dear American striictuie of I.MIS. This last way," which, '"N H AM., IClltK'l.lSTON, W KsT I.OTIIIA.N, i.OIJD'S way. Cudoubtedly the Miti- -j loitillcation li.o an impo-i.NOTI.sXIl, Mar. L'l. look fiom Ma. K. C. BiiMiie.s, Manager: ter sent us here and the seed sown will the water, but is only a rtisvrown Tlii powder never niirsel of purity, Miss Duncan, of Fox Hal), heard an slrcuKln and whiles sari s, never be uprooted entirely, though I heap, on nearer inspection. Not a yun meness M ire kinds, and cannnt be sold in extract read from an addres, or .sermon than the ordinarythe know Satan lis) well not to feel that he in position. A lot lyini:, unmounted, multitude of low test, short competition ultli weight only will try to pluck it out of some heaits. outside the walls; iiisidesoiueinotv; jrun- - by, she thinks, a Mr. Hums, but she is cans alum or phosphate powders Sold Co., in K si. llskiNi. I'ouiick not sure of the name, which pleased and vi Wall Street, No Vork invetted and tintiM'd;tuseiuate s The weathur is heavenly "The '"' rain is over and xone."' Our favorite oinpty; desuetude every wheie. A com- - inteiested her very much. It was on the 00 Mroll is out on the pier at the fool of pany of ailillerynien occupy the hand subject of future life for all animals. Miss barracks a few hundred Duiiean very hastily took a note of the Palafox street, where the shipping, dot-- some paper in which it was. It U called the titiK the beautiful hay, is seen to the ymils away; the parade ground i.s well .Jnruxu., Stanford, ICen- greatest advantage, and the "odor of k'!'-- ; the coiiunaiulaut's residence is brine from the oceun" comes in with handsome; d the hihterraceon which ttu'ky, and the date of it is March 'M livnlth-iviiifreshness, to the weary in- the whole stands is grassed mid here and f ,M "iincau wishes very much for six copies of it and would jjladly send the there ablaze with beds of It is generally occupied with litvalid. The view across the bay to Foit money, hut has no idea what it conies tle groups of tourists, who come and o, Pickens, on Santa Komi Island, is very to, and would heniuch ohlijied to have p villi: new faces every day. Most "take it mentioned and how it i.s to he transin" Pensacola in a day, or two days, pleasing; but I should think the life of a mitted. while "dohiK" this part of thu Southern soldier here a very monotonous and loneSpeaker Carlisle has purchased a country; and thu lingo of Chicago ami ly one. q We get a permit to visit Pickens from s?lM,lHK) residence in Washington, .St. Paul mingles with thu patois of New the obliging colonel in command and England on thu pier and in the little The Most Agreeable m steamer thut uvery day makes thu ngnin the "Willie V." makes another As woll m tho most olloctivo method o re round-trito thu Navy Yard, Fort Bar- move, this timu squarely across the wa- of disponing Headache, Cold, and Fovors. ter, here a milu wide or more. rancas and Fort Pickens. or Cleansing tho System, is by taking t3 Fort Pickens looks formidable outside, a fowdooos of the pleasant California This "Williu C," as sliu is called, is Ss. liquid ono of Pensncola's "institutions," and but could easily hu reduced to a heap of fruit rornody, Syrup of Figs. tourists patronize the little tug ijuitu re- ruins by modem artillery. It has one For sale hy A. H. Penny, Stanford. smoothmuneratively, I should Judge. At 10 a. great gun in position, n ss s s. Syrup of Figs ji, sheshriekn her morning adieu and bore "Parrott," that looks big enough to of the sky; hut I am Is Nature's own truo laxative. hacks out from the pier; generally with blow the moon out It is the good passenger list and a lot of miscel- told it would he of little or no use in most easily taken, and the most effoctlvo laneous freight for thu lower points. To these days of "arms of precision," when remedy known to Cleanse the System tho Navy Yard is a run of six miles, one requires a gnu that will hit what you when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headpassing through the shipping for a mile aim at. Vor t utr tata nihil could fairly aches, Colds, and Feven; to Cure HabitB or so, before getting into the clear, tin hu predicted of these bellowing, paunchy, ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. Four of them Manufactured only by the California Fig bay below.' obsolete obstructed, s? and intrusted, lie, prone, Syrup Company, San Francisco. Cal. "With a blue sky, a gentle xephyr and without the fort; while rows of "Kod- 8inooth water, a lovelier run would hu For sale hy A. K. Penny, Stanford. IS LOVE AND NOTHINC ELSE. d e niii-horn- tin" wurM Inr cut., Iirtilc, Mirui, ulcers, .ilt rlivtini, fever ires, letter, ili.ip- House and tot on Itantille pike, tolb?ttet peil llimcli, cliillit.ilns, conn .nut all nkln erui-tlmlately tm ated by W M Four acre ol Hint ioitti:ly curut pllei, iir no p.iy land in lot and .udeii Alpl I A I) ROOT, Stanford, Ky It Is giMMntcvtl to ghe perfect s.itMnc-lionr ni'incy rcfumleil B Price 15 centi per Imx Kor n.ile liy A. K I'enn), ht.infcml, K. ar n 14-- FOR RENT. m ; d ' o lirod-hea- - - t Mt-oli- n. fe-v- far-thi-- so-s- Is Consumption Incurable ? Mr C II Morri-- , NewItejiltlicriillmviii)-- f ark, Ark , s.iyi: "W.n d(in with Alice the I.unii, .iihI friend. uul phynlclaiH proiiiiunc. IlcK-itak cd me me .111 Incurable emmunptne. lug I)r Kind's New l)icoery for Conuinptlon, am 1101 on ni) tlilrd bottle and able to ovemee the work on my farm. It is the tincit medicine eier Mlddlcwart, Decatur, Ohio, made" "Mad It notliccn for Ur. Kinn't New DNroM-rfor Consilinpllun I would have died of Lunif Troubles. Was jjnen up by doctors. Am now In the bit of health " Sample bottles free at A. II I'eiuu'it drugstore. LUMBER YAED! I have purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. I) W'earcn and I M Itruce and will open a M)f, yard at the one purchased of Mr W'eiren llesides lumber in rough and dressed, I will carry a large line of window sashes, doors and shinzle, lalhs. oosls and the picket fence formerly sold by S ( Mr. Wearen. HOCKKR (teorje r Jec a: UK Vt. n tP.SN PRANK V lir.RBKKT, D V S. DENTISTS, on I.aiK.istcr st..oDDO All work guaranteed to site lire satisiactiou ce court-hous- high-walle- d Electric Bitters. Till, remedy becoming 111 well known and m popuiarastoneednospeii.il mention All who 1 gtc e" hacued 1 ..ii. - ' I- - i.t-i.i- ',111 man-hoo- d, j . d l.ou-Nvill- o, half-llnishe- d Klectrlc Hitters sing the same son g of praise. A purer medicine dnes not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that isjclalmcd. Hlectric Hitters will cure all dicaesof thel.icr and Kid ne)s, will reinoe rimplcs, Molls, Salt Itheuui and other affections caued by Impure blood. Will tcm and prcent as drie Malaria from the well as cure, all Malarial lcrrs. For cure of Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Klec-tri- e Hitlers ICntire satisfaction gaurantecd or money refunded, l'rice 50c and ( per bottle at A It IV mi) 's drug sture THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. The greatest reduction in prices eer known at WAL'l KR FIKI.DS' firsKlass shoeing and repair shoo. '1 hanking my friends for their past favors solicit the same in the future. All kinds of ork done in the bet of style and warranted to give satisfaction or no pay, An thing in iron or wood that you want gise mea trial and be continced. ALTER PIKI.DS, Turners illc. 1 1871. LiCbaiion Plaiiiiij; Mill, 1888. j SALT. Is a Candidate barrels at $i.s at Ses Isaac Hamilton's, Rouland Vi.-it-or - j THOMAS for I. XEWLAXD to the office of A ini-iv- 111 ..... - .... Sheriff, subject to the aition of the democracs - ,... - JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, as Judge of the Is a Candidate for Court cf ppeal from this, the id District, subject to the action of the Democracy itOU t.-r- s r OKFUTT, I'roprritor, LBHANON, KY. ciust-liuc- wr-vie- ,,,.. ,,. FOB SALE. House and 25 Acres Land Two mile Smith, of Stanford on Near Creek. Address mc at Carlisle, Kj. W.CKAICi ' I Duors, Sash, lillnds, Frames, Casing, Ilase Mold in.-- Mantles, lirackets, Cornices, Stairs, Newils, ! .l ,,,. llalustcrs, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, Counters, Flooring, Siding, Shingles, t.aths, Kough and Dressed Lumber, Send for prices before buying elsewhere. J,,.,. givery, $eed and ale table, j niii; sluin-C'hic- o .... 1 n, j lit 1 '!, DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, arr. visnxox, ic v. Office next door lo Whitehead's Dru; Store. Spccialattentisn given to diseases of children, 7-lf. s. o. ie y, rt W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV., Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire on reasonable terms, London Is the most convenient point on the railroad to reach places in the in the mountain section of the State. 10 i treas-nigh- t. ' ; To Farmers of Lidooln and Casey. I hasc bousht the "I'rida of NeNon" Stiles' We can sav j(u 30 per cent, on square patent fence-- v. ill make totir old rail ost.andraiI fence stand as lonj after it fa IN dots if as it has toml, and siroacer than It eserwas for iitst cents per A. II MckNNKY, (Utscy, pannel. , mil-In- ' e accii-Itrin- cr wild-aiiiinali- ! Hifom-illc- W K. McKINNKY, A?ent, Snnford. Ky. C'JC) v 1 J r kmo. s c. iiockEH,sKC a c. ' wr, s rr. ll STANFORD ' PLEUURG MILL Flooring, CQMPMt LOriSVILI.K, KV. ' Manufacturer, ut j .3 Woathirboftrdtn?, Colling, Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, Etc. Sash. Doors nnd Blinds always In stock. MILX-TNEEtt- r! MEN'S FINE FURNISHINCS Underwear, .Hosjory, QloveS We havcreceived and are dally rcccitinij our elegant lineof Sprinj Millinery We base left noihini; undone to make our stock throughout llesides our Millinery, we will have a uell selected line of Ladies' Kmbroulery Call and evamine our stock Store on Lancaster st. 10 COL'Kl-- & COX. first-clas- s 1 light-hou- e I I i I - I i I I 11 1 ....'.. Ale-co- ' t' 1 1 Fine Custom Shifts MYSl'KCIAITV. 4th and Main. I court-hous- & ADDLERY I I g . . 1 POWDER J T KItlShas oncued oil IatkiNter kt next door to the Interior Journal ollk-e- . a siock 01 s.uuncry koihis which lie ulll sell private-- I Ij during the week and on ever) Saturday and court das will hold auctions, he will dispose of all kinds ot h trness and saddlery oods. J II IIII.TCK Newport News & Miss'.Valley Co. Chesapeake & Ohio"! PULLMAN 1CARS AND SOLID TRAINS- - DAMS 1 ni ' W.w.-ion- , Absolutely Pure. HXX.T03NT & DiSLVXS .tIKALEkS IN General 3Icrclinnclise, ROWLAND, KY , To Washington, Richmond Old Point Comfort. To and to-da- i"f-''-- g 1 a hj Have jut opened a new stock of Men's and Hoys' Clothing, Hats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, omoiis ami ranuly iiroccnes. Also dealers in toai. Country produce taken in exchange for goods at highc.1 market price Come one, c me all, and learn the advantages in trade io-6- Louisvilo "WEST and T Oiuclinnatl. AND Connectioii'.Jdirect for all points in the Si;mi-Wi:i:ki- .v , - H INSTJUE In the Pcnii Mutial Life Insurance Co., Philadelphia. WEST NORTH-WESSOUTH-WEST. t D to O X o W l"t 1M KfFECTNOV. IJ '87. I No. 4. Dally. ' N'0.1 Ex. Sun. Daily pas-wetig- er p a C CD It is an old and thoroughly reliable, conservative I.ve Louisville 7 company, now In its 41st sear with 113,500,000 Arr Lexington. 10 vv assets and $1,500,000 surplus, Its ratus are as nite auipnur springs.. low as any old and reliable company, with diviCharlotlsvill e vaijunci, s ltrhmnnil dends unsurpassed a reputation for fair dealing 9 Newport News by none and plans to suit ever) body. excelled 10 Old i'oint Comfort I Would call the attention of business men to its Norfolk new endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per 11 Washington. cent, guaranteed bonds plan of policies, 9 Baltimore.. W Women in.ured on the same rale as men. II H Philadelphia ...J, J JOHN K. FAUI.KNEK, New York District Airent for Kentucky 6tm 00 p m' 6 jo a m 35 pm 11 jo a m 5 10 a m 10 p mjii 40 a m jo p m 00 p ni ij a n 35 V ni 00 p m 00 a m 40 p m 40 a m 1 p ni 40 p m pm jjp m li a in co a m 00 ao a m 30 a m OCJ S a ARBUCKLEG' guarantoe of exoollenco nanio on a paokage of COKFEU Ij a n 11 gently-ripplin- g powder-burner- s. well-painted i o o o a a ARIOSA COFFEE is kept in all storos from tho Atlantic to the Pacific flrst-olass Lexington Division Trains run by Central time Main LineTrains east of Huntington run by Kast em time, which is one hour faster than Central time. ADDITIONAL TRAINS: No. it, daily Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4:41 a m; Mt. Sterling 00 am; arrive Lexington 835 a m; arrive at Cincinnati Ma Winchester 11 Jja in. No, 11. daily except Sundav. leave Cincinnati ,1 00 p m; Lexinzton j 35 p in; arrive Mt. Sterling 11 o IT COFFEE is never good when exposed to the air. Always buy this brand in hermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. No. j, daily, leave Cliftoi Force at too 1 ni: Charleston I) 30 p m; arrive Ashland 5 40 p m; Colnmbus 11 17 p m. No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a m; arrive at J J a m: Clifton Forge 7 36 p m. Charleston I'ullman Sleeping Cars on all through trains. Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork on Mon-daTuesday, W'cdncsday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 30 p m for New ork, ror Tickets, Rates, Information, etc., apply at ticket office or address V. C. WICKHAM, H. V FULLER, Receiver, Cien'l 1'ast'r Agt. 1 1 p m; Olive Hill 910pm v.t. , . i. -- n J. "4"MfB VtS,"lJ"Mfll r i'kt . i T ii in I'1 J" I" i li(r I J" '' , T I ' ""'llll lWl 'I 'MmiMl . in .n, .ii. ""$ MfM it. fix m & i w LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Senator It. M. Pieratt, of Morgan, In resionso to an inquiry, John W. Ksci., of Danville, who was hero died in Frankfort after n short illness of Powers A Co. are busy opcnlngthcir attending court, Wednesday said that rheumatism of the heart, aged .')". The goods. Gov. MeCreary wiisiiway off in thinking Assembly met Tuesday and immediate John (ireenleaf, ol Itichmoiid, spent Stanford, Ky., Aran. " , 1888 that he would bo a candidate for Con ly adjourned in respect to his memory Sunday in laiucnstrr. gress this fall. He savs that he has no and escorted the remains to the train in Having consolidated our business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, The distillery of J. W. .Miller began , , 17W1. J (such intention whatever, and will not ho n lirvilv wo are now prepared to furnish the West End with the purest Drugs yesion ay. -- Gov. Huckner's L7th veto was of the any htatcof rase Wilt onc.tlint to be obtained, aho Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, )N " Kigney s new heate has , is since the governor seems so anxious bill making the Mavor of Louisville ellCigars and a full line of Family Groceries and Supplies always on it on that "ve, and is a beauty. He bases for that he shall ha on gentleman tocanvass W. F WALTON. pirm-"""' ",w" ",v "' hand. Produce of all kinds is as good as cash. him, provid- - t.niM.nf tin. dtv ordinance nrov d ni with, he will accommodate ( "mh ' ,l H.ursday evening, ed he will furnish the carriage fur their that all amendments to the ordinance Prescriptions filled at all hours by a competent pharmacist. Tiik Thomas hill now hefore the legis transportation, pav all expenses andgivoj shall he submitted to a vote of the peo- - " '" -t- npt. M. Ndter has been lutttro to jirevent discrimination and ex him nt the rate of $10,000 u war during .ple and on the further fact that cligibil-- l WEATHKRI & COOK, IIuMtoiivlllc, Ky. . Miller s t J. ,"" "' tortion by railroads, is a decided im- the performance. It is consequently very ity for places too much pow- ' provement on the present railroad com- wifit tniv that Mr. Yerkes will not be a er in the hands of a man as the Ml,.f 'nunnery "Irixio show drew u fair Hie mission law, which it repeals. It candidate. None of them can beat our' executive of a city. . OfV. nigiit ami everybody for the appointment of tlnee as- McCreary, but if he could possibly l... irowu r.Mv. sessors, whose sole duty it will 1)6 to as- .lone uptho great manv friends of the repeal an act entitled an act to a.a seemed well pleased with the inform- sess the property of the railroad compa- talented young republican would rather the charter of the Danville & Huston-- J .A mold has received a nies and from whose decision there is to see him successful than anvbodv. ville Turnpike," because it impairs neon-Imj no appeal. stating that his Kxtortion and discrimi- l'rim'. .',' tract made between the State aiul win. - riiwlil, Is seriously III The nation are defined and heavy penalties Mas. Hks.sett, who is a dniifelitor of mnv ttuit If tlie luttvr luilt n lirlln ami following list of goods, suitable for this time of year, and buy ut ""J1 ',,"l'L'imposed against them, the prosecution to Gen. CiositM M. Clay, addressed tho kl?pt jt jn repair an additional e llL' entertainment at J. P. he in the name of the Commonwealth National House Committeo on woman mjKi,t i,t. ,n,t m the road. The com paJter "difer's Monday night brought to- - them of me and get the best: ami to lw conducted by her attorney. In suffraue. Tuesday, when she said among i,.,u i,:i, tnm l.ri.lm. a word, the bill more effectually than other things that if man had as mucli0'or Knoj, yt,k t.ret.j. nt ni.st of $:,100. j Kt'tlii'rn line crowd of both old and everybody enjoyed the anything yet devised protects the inter- control oer women in heaven as he has TJie )H,t v tlt liorizinr it was a contract be- - :vounK CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. ' int hiili.mliilli ests of the shipper and the communities earth, that she would resign herconi-- i ttt.on st..,t,. ,m,l the eomi.anv. and ' " served. "' Klegant refreshments were affected by railroad transportation, as mission in heaven and go to hell. If California Peaches, Cal. Evap. Peaches, tie attor )lliving complied with the The K. C. trains I mean train is is to the courts and not an Mrs. llennett is the kind of woman horj the resort " i,n)OSL.d, the State cannot, in good Pears, " t0I1 Apricots, always on time. When it is considered appeal to a commission, which has prov language indicates she will hardly ever' f it, , (rom Jw W, proposition. " Apricots, Dried Peaches, that the running time from Itowland to ed a worthless luxury. If the legisla- have occasion to resign a heavenly coin- Raspberries, itichmoiid is only four hours, and the Turkish Prunes, NEWS CONDENSED. ture is not entirely given over to the mission, but if she did it would be a case distini c .k) miles, this is rather remarka-able- . Grated Pineapple, of the commission lobby of loom lieing better than company. We blandishments Cooking Tigs, colored, of Pat is, fell Simon Price, Well, rather! . Sliced Pineapple, it will pass Mr. Thomas' bill and thus re- pity ami nercuy exienu our commisera- Mince Meat, ,n nn(, W.H illstimtlv K v Drummers tind the K. ('. the most deem itself in a measure from the charge tion to tne poor leiiow wno nas to spend ' . ... . Early June Peas, Apple Butter, load III llll' lUllllllY. , ,. of having done nothing of importance this life with a woman who entertains wiillllinillllllH .. ... I. ..- - .l,ll.S!... Lima Beans, Preserves, 1 hey can make all the ; . towns on the hue, during the session of nearly a hundred such views was a majority of 10 at Pie Peaches, Mackerel in Buckets, get their mail, place their orders, etc., ... days. Hi Corn, Cod Fish, nnd get back to the depot bv thetimethe Commercial has a Tub Louisville !1K1 Robert Clanton, the murderer of 4 It js just .: ycai-- next Monday .since Tomatoes, Long live the K. ,,, purporting to be from Dan K. White Fish, (Jen. Ixm; surrendered his army to Gen. O'Sullivan and dated at Montreal, stat- nien, has at hist been hslgi'd in jail at1 v ocl and ster . eft Mon- . Oysters, Hominy, v Grant at Appomattox and its famous ap- ing that Tate had been in that city but i. nuns. day forthecity to buy thcii siirmgs Salmon, Dried Beans, Apr 10 the L. it N. will sell round ... ple tree, yet in the month of March, in he had shaken the dust of Canada from millinery. Clyde Herruu and John . Sardines, Bulk Pickles, lit ckets to I'ensiicola, where the great .. the good year 1SS8, 24,858 applications t.tw ttuii utwl li.lt; U...1 it Klirilll.. f1 MVflill larni, ,..,'. our Imivs attending the .. Chipped Beef, " tnklh l'"w Vl'"l 1,1,. ,. Bottle Pickles, for pensions were filed at Washington, ..v.r.i.liti.1,, it !.. 1..W TI.U .fi.rv Commercial College at Louisville, were V. in1 the The monev Corned Beef, the greatest number in the history of the more of the ersiiasie odor of probabil up home to .,. the old folks a few lavs. Catsup, w ,,rk mhwiIi- 51.kV,..,M.) m. It P.ureau, except in 1880, when there was itv about it than that telegraphed from Deviled Ham. They returned Tuesday. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. in jii- -t one month, a great rush before the expiration of the Hra.i.leiiHburg that Tate's bo.lv had been Com planliiiu' is in progress with -- Work i i.rogress,g rapidly upon arrearage act. The statement is also fished out of the Ohio river there. ' ;;:,::;," ';;::: made that in the last seven months over "Honest" Dick mav spend his declining 'e Louisville Southern road an. it is 1'ted that the last rail will be laid by er, is wrong for corn planting. It should !?:;00,000 in fees have been paid by the years in a penitentiary, but he will nev-- , 14. department to pension attorneys. And nr ulinllti. nf bis iniiitill roil bv bis nil II 'blVmm . :.. .1... ...- ....: : .... i,.,o be planted in the light of the urnon, t: . -" still these voracious rascals are crying hand, if we know him, and we used to when the simiis in the head. me nmrnrv ihhutii nroKcn aim for more. It is these shysters, the think we did ' row, aturday, will be ngoodday toplunt Point and Jetferson, Dakota, is sul- - corn. w ho are and Jrm.K R. P. J units, of Danville, one merged, howling for a bill to pension everybody. Comprising Karly Rose, Hcauty of I Icbron, Peerless and Hurbank. II. Hiirnam Price and wife are at well as i Indiana vniith stuck a tin down James The best ami bravest of those who fought of the best lawyers inthestate.as Price's. Ilurnam has sold the elegant of gentleman, was here ,s throat and pulled the trisraer with to save the country are not in f.ivor of the most this week nnd in a conversation with us i,;., toe. Result, his head blown from Scott County, Teiin., Call, of which he turning it over to pension sharks and was editor, ami is now looking for a o d in regard to the frequent mention of his j, i,0lv. IwUnty jumpers. locution to stmt another paper. Jim. K. & name as a candidate for Appelate Judge, OINTIONT .jkt;t.c Harlan has been assigned to Wiight, of tinlinn of Wriirht Pro., Awo.Mixat Howling Green, bedrid he said he would not be a candidate, tjltf Fourth Judicial Circuit to till t den for seven years, and at the time of he regarded Chief Justiic Pryor as vacancy ci cated by the death of Chief JunctionCity marble dealeis, was in Ijincaster esterdav. point one of the best and purest of judges ami ' Justice" Waite. her healing supposed to be at the ot death, declared that the church bells that he believed when we got so good a, A sjcndi-ioii- ". thief relieved Mrs. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. seemed to say, d'Mrs. Cassady, arise and man in office it was far the better plan to (.lillf justict. Waite of diamonds as , sj1L. Win. Perkins, a colored boy, was ! walk!" So she arose without fuither keep him in it,"exceptingalwaystreasur-w.,s takill(: tlu. llt Toledo, after police court this (Thursday up her bed walked ers and those who handle the people's 1,,,,...;,!.. ii..r linslnnnl. ceremony and taking ....... morning, chargid with selling n newaud Highest .Market Price Paid For all about shouting that the Lord had money," he laughingly added. of the roads lead The general popular society drink called whisky. The made her whole. People who believe ing into Chicago has been averted, the Tin: Lexington Transcript is.publisl trial had n it leen completed when this HAMS, that the days of miracles are past won't SIDES, SHOULDRKS A N I) JOWLS. employes deciding in mass meeting tter closed. much stock in this story, which iug interviews with hundiedsof business to let the "J" take care of take D. Rriimmel didn't come up to stand comes pretty straight, but will say that men, who have had occasion to observe At mi i.lei'tiiin belli ut Osk:ilons.i. the old lady simply imagined herself the worthlessiiess of the Railroad Com- Kansas, Tuesday a ticket of his second trial for adultery on Monday. poed sick, when really she ought to have been mission, and they agree to a man that it women for the council and a woman for Rumor has it that he has How n to foreign shores with a woman named Mary Cox. up and attending to her household af- isboth a costly and useless concern. The max or was elected by a majority of 00. people say it must o and if the legislatin, charged with the same of- fairs. Six locomotives pulled the great Wm. In Paper Boxes, ture is wise it will hearken to their fine and stop Reach Hotel :!00 feet back fiom feiise, agreed to pay a Brighton CixciNXiTi went republican as usual voice. the litigation. the water's edge Tuesday.' It had been by about LV'OO majority in the judge's K. Cowan, an old citizen of Om:i.o- democrats tired the first gun pri."d up and freight cars run under electrare; only six out of :4 couneilmen ......... .r it... .......ii.' HUM t.w..i...M VI ii- - XIIWIU , III". WllllV.t .....I l.llfllll'l of tin- campaign in convention WednesI'l. ed are democrats, but four of IS school ' s smith day, when they endorsed President The jail tit Knar's Point, liss., was Cowan, died at his home twomih board members, while every man of the Mr. Cleveland and the policy of tariff revis- destroyed by fire and five prisoners burn- - of town Tuesday of bronchitis. zgT Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.-tfi- a hoard of aldermen is a republican. The ion and reduction of the surplus revenue ed to death. It was set on fire by one of Cowan wasenlisted and actively engaged Iniljana municipal elections show de- to the needs of the government's econ the tirisiiuers to escape going to the pen- - in the Mexican war. He leaves a family cided democratic gains, while in Michi- omical administration, as of grown children. set forth in his jtentiarv. gan the democrats: seem to have had Koi breaking into P Jasper fired on itt's bakery MARK HARDIN, Clerk. annual message to Congtess. last Mrs. Marv and Klia things mostly their own way. These .ling a feu a negro trving to break into their house,, in Junction City and straws show which way the uiudihlov-jng- . It is singular that in the regular o pj,,!,!,, C'rwk, in Pulaski.iindbiought things tlieiefrom; Nelse Alexander wits annual black list published by the (lou. vnry Diek, a notorious negio of held in bond n( $M) bv Judge J. S. Moore. Pliable to gie the bond laAt this distance it looks like a joke for roads of those who loan or sell their t,nt section. and Times printers, cs that no names appear therein this, the Courier-JournRetta Scott, dunged with A ,..uu.lH f democratic members of went to jail. JII.M men, juoges ami (1t. ,Imi. wll, ,M, ,R.1( i Washington receiving the goods Alexandei is charged who muck some thiee months nun, to go tune out tlioscotcK-ig- i ' through the loriuulity of declaring the legislators, tlie very men wno ol an oin- m,xt S'aturdav eiening. Indications witli stealing, was ncpiitte.l. TD TT" A -- W.,.(iar.lner,sheriffofKnoxc,n,.,.lVl strike off. It was off the next day it oc- ers should not be guilty of such acts. ,)0iut to the passige of the Mills Rill J curred, so far as those papers and the C ty, ami J It. Jones his deputy passed (iov. Hu... has informed his friends without material changes. ii w -public were concerned. The result hits 4i... !...-- .. The trial of the suit of Messenger through Junction t ity Wednesday lau .i...-i.- .. I....... .. .....,.l(. Veen only to the disadvantage of the i tlio AHihhs hx- - ing in charg- - I ick lca.ee. J hey were iiu.t dato for the presidency. Hill is Hiiimt IV strikers, who lot good places simply beto sen e a life Co. forS.),000 for false imjirison- - taking hi... to enough to red the han.hvriting on the V cause they were not allowed complete with the big robbery sentence for the murderof Howard Oh wall, which savs that Cleveland will be meat in connection control of Mr. Haldeman's business. ago is in progress at M. ,oe in Pell county, the tnal taking place ror elected, and he is mA and in Knox county by change of venue. Louis. JnxiK M. J. Di uiiiM decides tliat wit- the man to light against fate. dispatch from Newfoundland I'earce is a young man not over '. veins A ness claims are only payable to this perinv. IJn kvkii has appointed Col. states that the steamers Iv.igleanil Kmii. old. son to whom issued and there iscouster-natio- u A pleasant suiprisc was given Mr. linger and Prof. Weber, two . good and mimx have captured 10,000 seals at Pait. in the ciiiup of those who have !.!.... II .!..! .....1 II! Oll.l In. tlinlllllilliitlllltu ' Frank (iilcher Monday bv a number ol " t accountants, to examine tne ac uoei uiiimuu iv"'" v expei been buying such claims at tremendous countsof the tieasurci's office and they of Hor.se islands. Thi is the greatest Imisville and Danville friends, theoc- Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch- A great many witnesses are discount. His will go to the bottom of the business. It catch made there for years. It will be easum being his ."Kith liiith.lav. taken long distances to court simply for issiiid that nothing of a staitiing nature! good news for the girls. wife ami btother, Peter (iilcher, told him maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness the prolit their fees aie to ollicers and basso far been dihcoieied. .Mrs. Mary A. J'eopies was tiieu in a party of civil engineers would be in on and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the others and the conti oiler's decision will !.,. ...,..... .!.. nt I.oiiisiille Weillll'S- - mi- 111.. ... 1111111 ..iiiiiii.il llllil 1I...1 .1 l... ..;,. nit l.,.,.l.... .....i LIIV tnviu. .iinrl. " null nil.'! have the effect of abating a veiy great TiiKiti: is a glowing impression that ,iay on an indictment dunging her with nulled a dinner prepared. This was eye abuse. the president will appoint Carlisle to be1 ,u", m,(er of Kniina Wendelken. The given as an excuse for the fine dinner. ' rr will- - Mr. (.iilcher was eieatlv surprised, audi JJkxi. H. Ihtnwsi kh, attorney general Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. '..,... ,,.turned a verdict of guilty of ni!mlaUghter and sentenced her to at the same timu gteatlv delighted, at' in Philadelphia, The only objection that could be urged under Arthur, died the kind remembrance' of his friends,1 Wednesday, aged - Ho was a finelaw-yc- is that it would take fiom the political I:. years in the penitentiary. t of 1'i'he Mexicans were celebrating luis- remained until Tuesday. Among, and although a republican, was not field tlie best and ino-.- conservative ter Sunday afternoon with the usual the presents was a handsome silver wait- a bitter paitisan. When a child he fell the democratic leaders. : . bull tight, when the building was set on er, pitcher and goblets. On the waiter in the lire and had his face horribly dis. . n )li u mtn nt rl'iiit tniiiililiiMin- - mill hi bv some prisoneis, who were wit- - wasthe following handsomely engraved. figured, but with this disadvantage he Rhode Island by electing a governor and ucssing the exhibition under guanl. "fo our old friend Prank (iilcher, on his rose to high position and died honored a majority of the legislature. Out of a Kigliteen persons were binned to death, .n)tli blithtlay LS.5S April 'J, LSsS John and inspected by both parties. total vote of 10,000 the ptohihitinu can- while hundiedsof others were trampled R. Need, Paul A. Nelf, Louis governor got only 1,1.5."). l p takes! u column 'and a half in the didate for underfoot or goted by maddened bulls. tSust. A. Schimplf, W. Kopp, Peter A. Now York Voice fur Neil Dow, the gieat Lightning st nn k a tank containing Frank." A handsome crayon portrait, .wnfih.Wi-- a: Tin: Mills tariff bill is now before Con T XMMilMX2MK3tiSZ5&?&mm ' T f IT'1 '1 n prohibition apostle, to explain why he gress, together with the minority re- 10.000 baiivls of oil at Llmeilton, Pa., the work of his nephew. K. A. ( 'iilcher. T fi iTTi in if irTig rnr Tl was so overwhelmingly defeated for may- port by the republicans on the commit- which took fire and boiled over, the of Louisville; a fine locking chair and a f yIlFikvfl or of Poitland, .Me., and een then it tee. Consideration of tho bill is fixed tor flaming liquid flowed down the hillside, beautiful picture, representing a scene in thieateiiing destruction to tho town, the life of Louis XIV, of France, fiom smatteis somewhat of tho Character of April lis. .'fiSiS3SiW3T-r3C-r i mx s - L15JiKPrMfJB-"yHK7,.,.'-i'i wrjvBE- n iniestH The p......,oreselit nt ilin. 'X 'Pliliftl r.'rm explanations that do not expla'n. lie . tlirOW....-rj.irFA r " i j. .'!''..". unu nvnrted hoWCl'er.bV (lie in Airs. iMifrrir 6 LEGISALTIVE DOINGS. y','Xtr2:mTW-VWP&- A tinned the get votes enough, is the principal in ad.litioii to those named above, ner, didn't ing up ditches which j wr t lf i ." ml v If j if..' fllLwiJ j. J "K reason he wasn't elected. weie l're.l (iilcher, Sr., Kiel (iilcher, Jr., legislature is absolutely doing another direction. .I . Tlie Supreme Court ot the Tinted of Louisville; A. J. Potts, Lexington; II. nothing except draw ing their per diem. .'AWI. . "1 '. it Juixii: Scorr decides against Cornells-oWhenever a veto of the governor is States has declined to interfere in the U. Sandifer, Charles N. Smith, P. A. in liis habeas corpus case and he has to bo passed upon oveiy "cusscd"hon-of-a-giiotherwise Minks, A. S. Mills, Louis Colin, Henry case of Mr. Maxwell-Lenno- x, gone back to jail to sere ontthoroinain-in- g ofa republican votes to pass tho known as Rrooks, who after spongeing and Sam Lyons, (ieo. biwience, K. II. two years of his sentence for virtual- bill formany years upon ins friend, .Mr. Kox, I. M. Hackney, Joe Haas, of Danover his objections. ly killing Judge Reid. There in e only two editors in the Preller, ihially chloiofouned him to ville. ef(JiiovKii got in a little veto this week, hundred members of the Lower House death, put him in a trunk, stole his ON I'd Sells was shot and instantly killSimon ever to of the Kentucky Legislature. No won- fects mid skipped to Australia. Mr. but he is too far behind ed at Owensboro, by Charlie Hite. must go. Post. der it is a pretty tough body. catch up. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal Yt-rke- Special Announcement. 1 i j 1 ar-gil.- lt -' rf'" ' 1 )y,I'r 1 "',..,, 1 ''"' W';1 ()R pio-vid- es I I an' 1 dt ' """t !"" -- toll-gat- - ,. -' ailtti,.l ,i. I ll' eu-n-o- -- ... 1 ... ,....' ' dis-patc- h s , ,,",., ,,,,,,,.., ,....,. iH-- ... 1 -- .,',-'-f- " sub-tre.isu- I - j wnm-ounto- j tuS!Z,JT"Z ' stock of suple groceries hlwys full ' -- - -- -- toffee-c- "' To-ino- i- ! SEW YORK KKKI) IHIKII IMHATOEN, oolers camp-followe- ' , ' - TflTHITE VEI.r.Olflr tin-tha- SETS. BTJ1.E: le-- r and papbb cahdeit seeds. XrA-- fon-th- e i tie-u- p -- 1 lf. 1 1 11 Z- -ti - 1 - I i. ISTHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. -- T. K;. V7"Ij TOUST. l- j -- P-'- al PLEASE OBSERVE i ' J T J. fJ J3 T) T O ''OHP JKJX(jX h- fr -- Frotln-rinwlmn- A FU1UL J.U -- IBTMIUHT ti . ' ( WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ' -- --- -- - I fi 7- r, w, GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. .' 11 11 ""-M-- " te y V. Spi-lge- Ti -- WL n'riri &m .r - , I iili-lier- . ''fSSi-. The f f Tr- n n s. TOr'frfiMftfar &itim& Z8i& ss&ss&smsB3M&ssmsam f- -- - i T3L- -' . "WAIiIj PAPER, and FTJRlTITrjIlE. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS HAND. v-'...- ! ). (' t .f tr' Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal How COUNTING BIQ MONEY. LITTLE CHILDREN. W nro hut llltlo children yet, Children yet. Tut ns we grow, tho more we kno. Wo hojx wo may ba wiser yet Wo ttlh to learn to ren awl iiielli Wo wish to Mum-ou- r duty well. And uiry one ho unlit wo'll Ull, Tlint noKlmllMxin l icr IS. C. WALTON, HUH. MUI1UKOI' SIX PACES. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. It In Dona at Tim Huh-- 1 rrintiry In New York. What do you think of 140,000,000 in cold ciwlif This J ubout whnt tlm in New York contains. A few Immlrril thou, a. ids luoro or lo don't make much dlhVrenee when you say It quick. Every Hum thorn la n chmigo lu the ulHce of tho treasurer of tin United States or lit tho tin cosh them has tolx Job. yt. IVrhaH Hut MT. VEnNON, KY. Hotel is slill maiiiiuii Tlu ol.l and in fine reputation. Charges reasonable Spe tal attention to tlie traveling public. M. I. NKWCOMII, Prop, Ml. Vetiioii, Ky. S,.n. counted, mill it Isn't such mi easy teen It Ing Hllgrr4 with takes SixfxWTt llletl V.i iik nil to tiilml mIuU wii nrc told, .Mid. If wukIkpiiM Ik; nuln or hold, Wt'MI Iry lo ini'ttd nn wo row old; Wo'll wlli tlmt w wiro WillUMillttlflicttcryrt. orry NoiiKhty yt. dny u try to nnf earn hut tiauifhty yet, lightning ft count gold. Week to ? I'.yiOM.OOO In Tim gold it 1 stored in vault of JACKSON HOUSE LONDON. KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Kenuvaled ami Kcfurniheil, Firt clatt Fare and Keatonable Prieet. Day ami night Train arc met by Polite I'ortersJ'uf lint l' pu ar ? tfllon.e. - chilled Iron, mid It would 1m n hard job fol tin most txKTt burglar to rr nro too Kiddy jvt, (IMdyypi. !ilt wilt nw hllf. i 'in need not Bmllc., l'irhiiis)oiril mii ii4 slriidy yt. For tlnMij,'li we Imii to run nnd piny, And mntiy n fooliMi wnnl wo ray. Just coino npilu on Minn lint, dny. You'll find us nil ijull. ntciily j ,t. li'iustou'H WiTkly. You Ihltik .wrts GrfLNLnkin Tf. rjsr. Till- - IIArXTKI! IIAI'XTI'I). Ts iwtTrJ - WOOD WALLACE, TUB GEKTS' FURMSUER, 513 4th St., Louisville. day In the Oentt' riiniith I am ne will always be found in my Mote agent for the Indianapolis Slcim l.aundrt, lint l.iumliy in the wetld. I, UVI-t- r Va"3 .f - i Thefathi.mtoflhe tc ia mi mm y Wm0I - MISS HARRISON, O. vit-z- r. -- :, iMiU A1 - PUnCHAHINQ AOENT. Hotol Emory, - - - Cincinnati, - - -- mild thatikfullv solicit smir ii.itrnnugc in pur eSjtliiL' fur people outside nf the cit), in .mt line Mit. H'rrr.. roiNTiNn Tin: jioskt. nl gixdt,vli -- Dry Ooode, Milllnrrt, Xotiuiit of nult I (liviiloil Into Iron all kimU, Furniture ami l.'arpvts Ri't In. Tho ami Mourning (ihw( h special Wedding Oiitf'tti CMininrlliicutfc. moh IS liy J Inchc. I utsu "chaperon" i.adios thsitlHg Clnnnmli IV .Vvl.OK) itlKitit &Si.iiiii,i.r tr bI.,Iii .MULf 11m, rtilrtuisi LMtrti ' IVicli co!tiiirUiic!it holds In ndditioii to tu'lnij in Telephone (.liargctrcatotianle cold coin. ooiint.il, tlm cvn hiiH to Ih widRhol If a W roM jiK has lost ly wmr nnd tenr mom f of 1 ht ciuit, then It wont thin Hut It nould tnko iiiuidi too loitg to pnsK, widgli coin liy llMdf, mi tlm rfiltis nn rlj;lisl Inlxtjrsof aoli. If n .00(i h.t fnllo LMdnnd STANFORD, KY , moro tlmn tho r.pht of n $',11 gold jlisi tluiu aicli plico In tlm Ikir i oiKhsl j"riiUly mid th liitht omw tnktui out. In E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. luldltlou tothn liillli'iiii of o, Uk'Piuiv f.,(i(),(k) In aumll miImt iiIims-- and mid nlv H'Vi'nil mllliotm In tulvor ilollnr. Tho men who nro ('iiumsl on tlm work urn I (Mel (till maintain! very nci'um o, and It N rum liuhiil when it l"hi old and lit high reputation, and il I'raprtetw i ilrltrmiu. ' mlstnkn Is Hindi'. ed that it khall he conil la no eitnnliy linel in JiuIku AloxnndiT McPuo, wlw is tlio now l it uinii of nhoiit tt) ycurs of the httte in lt Tare, ApMiMtmnl, ur Allen IU;c.ij; cuavyd to and npo. Ho win lHrn In llctlro, nnd ulum ho iHm In hit I'.utHi. from ilepot fief nf charge SpciMl aciommoda iu 111 ho wont to Hroollyii to Imo with his parrots. II Is a grndunto of Odumhiii Iwut ti t'uinmeriial Iratelcrt In lss" who iliesl months nnd Un J.twjor by profession. Them wem thns? highways loading nut of howiLi uiMilntisl wdiettorof tho tnxtsury, 1 worked two of them without nnd luu only Usui rtsvutly apjiointtst to hit tho town. ! success. On the third I siion found a farmer Ih cry culthy. pmMnt olllrc. Ht my who hnd svn a foot traveler man jmss on the evening ho absconded. Five EMPEROR WILLIAM'S TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. miles furthur on 1 liccnmn iostive of his He trall(.sl all that night with Marine recently equipped a fine Kollcr .Mill in rirtur.i of tin' CullM'ilrnl In Mlilih tt Identity. only two brief halts before midnight to inthe ton of Stanford that we defy any Mill to . M'n llflil. eual In quality nf flour, we llunk the utiMn ol quire nUmt nsids, but once on his trail I Tew mom IniiinwaiivurvnininnlcK hnvr Usui ie county thould have lounly pride ohuuIi lo sisni jilekisi up plenty of jiointcrs. Tho t itromre and titaiu the aarne 1.1 'e with to Koli'tnnlzrsl Mnoi tbo Ivlnnln of hitory name was Kelly, and ho was 11 fi.ein whom it may lontrrn that we are in the tlm ii thi fuiwr.nl of William 1, of keen, shrewd fellow. He Jiud planned the market In buy otir wheat and mm and will al .. yt Kivr the bixliot Matlrt prue for tame. Herllu ns ilnijssl in embezzlement mid cscnjio wis'ks ahead, mid We (liTiimtiy I ave added tome new itiaihinery to our torn mral black for the ociaislon In fact, as tho cable he follow isl out a regular programme. He .clurtment and ran now mute mral tn auil ant prrton It cannot be equalled b) an) atker Mill loft town ilrcsMsl unit laborer, and carrying in thit tit mil y Wr tofitil a trial in nur tluur and n 'alise. lie had n light felt hat, a bluck j meal department. All hatini; cram in our tin felt hat and a cap, and alxmt onco in ten tale will pleate call at tbc Mill, where our miles he exchanged his headgear. He was 11 acnl will be fiulul at all timet, who will git Ike ,' belt pniet for tame. Ilrau and tlihululV smooth faced nrin, but bo had provided him-Mm tck w. x porrs, i I thus w itb n goatis.) mul tddo whiskers. Supl., Stanford Holler Mill Co 3Ji If hennl of him onco as a smooth faced young v-man wearing 11 cap and having one arm in a V' sling; next as a youngish man w ith a goatee c and 11 bl.iek hat: again us a full whiskered mull with a light hat. 1 confess that I was ..rnrr-"j:- r, . ?: 'W-rbadly puzzled and nlsmt icady to dcsiair . ws,fiyr. when I c.iiuo to a farm house where he had stopjitsl for dinner. He was then smooth f.utsl nnd wore a cap, and claimed to Is, nu ugeutforu windmill conivany whoso rights THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE l.ud been infringed on, and who wero taking lr n. steps to collect loyalty. lie-fi. pros-js'piuonc-linl- P iiK) s ttti kcH-knav- rn col-lo- During (lie llrst three y rs of my career 11 iletiftivn I had hiiijo singular Jolis given to mo to work on, and the manner in which on" of tlirui was win l;isl, and tho iluvi'loji inents of the case, may interest the render. Alsiut thl'isi miles outiddo the limits of a large citj 01 rutin I vnniu stood u largo farm house. Them hnd Ixs-- a muriler committed there, nnd whisky had played havoc with nu he r, ti'id tho house had stood vacant for thiisi yiars (s'fore I Raw it. Tho farm hail past isl Into the hands of a New Yorker on n 1M1 rlj.ae, and he seemed to have forgotten nil iilsiut it. Nnturnlly enough the cry of haiiiiti'l Iioum" was ninsl, and presently jn'i could not havoliinsl n iiuighlsir to enter Hi" lions,' in the day time. There were jxs)-pl- e living within a cpmrtor of a milu of the plnco. and by and by they begun to tell some ippsT stories. On two occasions parties of thnsi or four went out fixun the city to stop in the limsonll night, but in each instance they wen' driven uwny bv straiino iioImss midnight. I lived lu it town forty miles f 11 mi the hnunteil hotitc, and couscpiu:itly hisinl nothing of It. I had n ense againt nn aliscnudlng tmsts-tire- r. s He hud the funds nf a large and bulge in liis liands, nnd got away with e'l,(0(lieluiigiiu 1" It- Hj furthermore tu',t)iif his friends, nnd got fNX) mom on n forgisl drnft. This isvurnsl in n town ulsmt llilrty miles from the haunted lioii1. The defaulter had I night u railrutd ticket for Chicago, and hnd left behind him, as If by accident, n jsircel mlilresMsl to n jmrty lu the Unnlen City. It ought to huvo Iss-reasoned that this party was he under another name, and that he hnd gone to Chicago 11s fast nt steam could carry him, but I Ho had gone reasoned jut the opjis.lt without his tt link or clothing, but when 1 came to overhaul his things, bis landlady ilgitred nut that two clean shirts, several collars, a Mont uiir of (suits, and an old suit of clothes wore missing from the house. The hoot and old suit had In'tungcd ton boarder its wiw prtrtly open. An wc looked Into tlm parlor I nwung tho door to and fro, and know from tho movement that tho hinges hnd been freshly oiled. When we enmo to inspect tho cellar wo found little hut cobwebs nnd dust. Knelt of us had a lantern, nnd ench inspected for him self. At 0110 corner of the cellur I found an old oyster can in n (pieer osittnii. It nccuied to lie sticking to tho floor above, but after a closo examination, without, however, touching It with my hands, I made up my mind that it was held up there by a cord. I wild nothing to my companion alut thin, nor ulsuit another discovery nindo in tho front hnll. At ono Ppot, where tho plaster wail off from base to ceiling, I caught sight of 11 wire Ishlnd tho laths. This led up and down, nnd tho loner end was probably attached to somo object. Wo did not go up stalm. The front stairs hnd never boon finished, nnd thu back ones wero so dilapidated that we hesitated to trust them with our weight, Hy 11 o'clock wo hnd taken our Keats In the sitting room, eyes nnd enrs nlurt, and ready for any emergency. There was 110 lock or catch on tho dooroiening into the jNtrlor, but It was shut. Tim two windows looking out of the room had been Ixmrihsl up. Wo placisi our lanterns in n corner, nnd as wo wutchod and waited thu room was in uud thu house its still as death. It must have liecu near midnight when tho lerformnnco ojielnsl. We suddenly caught tho faint notes of music, and the sounds lasted for two or three minutes, I wns satisfied that ii tho sounds came from njewshurp. My whispered thut two female voices wero singing, wlillun guitar played an accompaniment. Tho music hud scaicely dhsl away when the parlor diKirojieuisl ns noiselessly as tho s.t ing of u colllii lid. I win satisdisl that it wu tho work of human hands, but I was startled. I hnd not told the detective that 1 oxjiccted to Hnd Kelly In th house. I had simply said that I cxivctcd to makeau imiHirtitiit dincovcry. When tho door swung ojicu thu man started up In alarm uud whlpcred: "(ircut heuvens! f.et us Ikj gone!" I put my hand on his arm and waited for tho next move. In nlxiut u minute we heard ntunk! tunk! tunkl on thu cellur stuirs. I know that the sound ws made by the oyster can lioing lowered a few inches from tho ilisir uud drawn up again by tho string, but my eomimnion rose to his fi't, wheeled half uroiind mid whlsK.'risl: "Isk out for yourself! Tho cusmsI tiling is coming tip out of tlm ivllar." semi-dnrkuucoin-pnuloisir-feet- ly SHERMAN'S BIOGRAPHY. ee y. f.lfs anil rollllral Ailrentiirrs tr tha Would-Ite- i rrenliletit A Iteinliiltcenco of Law-rantil I'oltllclnn by PICTURESQUENESS Tim Hook Fupprviml us l'iMatln-faclorQuito recently Judge William Lawrence, of tho Treasury, wroto tho lift and iiolitlcal adventures of Senator John Sherman, u largo edition of which was printed by the " Sherman League," un association of Cincinnati statesmen, tho most of whom are mimed Smith, for general circulation throughout tho country, so ns to securo Mr. Sherman's unanimous nomination at Chicago. Hut the book has been cruelly suppressed -- burned to the four winds of heaven nud Judgo Lawrence's powerful llterury performance resolved hack Into tho priiuul elements for somo other literary alchemist to and recrystalllzo. Mr. Sherman's enemies became enraged nnd took exceptions to It. Mr. Sherman's friends wero dissatisfied with It. Mr. Sherman himself thought that tho picture placed him In u light so peculiar that Itwould requlro u polyglot lecturer to explain it. Between them nil thu book was suppressed. For instance, It sat forth that Mr. Sherman, being both In fuvor of prohibition and beer, would get tho Ucrinnn and tho vote solid. Doing in favor of Homo rule in Ireland und in favor of National union in Kngland, ho would get tho solid support of nil our Irish nnd Knglish naturalized citizens. Ilcing famous for his devotion to tho nrts of war, nil tho soldiers would voto for him, nnd also being famous for his devotion to the gruces and beauties of peace, tho Quakers nnd pcaco societies would stand for him like n stotio wall. In short, tho graceful and versatllo Judgo Lawronco demonstrated that Mr. Sherman was In favor of ovory tiling, nnd tho champion of ovory body, consequently his election would bo n moro matter of formality, no ono being likely to oppose him except thu Chinese and Indians, und they, us yet, nro not such a formidable factor In American polities us to requlro championing, coddling or otherwise being brought Into tho fold. That part of tho book which deals specially with Ohio St nto politics seems to Iiavo offended tho friends of Governor Forakor, nnd through him the friends of Mr. Iilninc, who largely outnumber tho friends of Mr. 's Sherman, notwithstanding Judgo lato book. Tho uuthor is ut great paln3 to show that Ohio is, and for thirty years has boon, an uncertain State, which bus only been kept in tho ltcpublican lino by tho superhuman efforts, uud boundless iwpularity, und magnetism of John Sherman! Judgn Lawrence culls nttontion In italics to tho fuel that on live soverul occasions when Mr. Sherman was n candidate for tho United Stales Senate ho carried tho Legislature. During tho interim when he vat not ii can't Mate tho Democrats captured tho Legislature for four Senatorial terms out of llvo! He then set forth thut in l'sST thcro was great danger of tho Hepjbllcans losing tho State, usthoro was m UST, when Mr. Sherman was wllliug to save it by standing for Governor, "but otltT couh3ols prevailed," Mr. Forakor was nominated und Judgo Houdly wnj elected. In lv7 it would not do tisliovo Governor Forakor aside, bo Mr. Sherman conceived tho brilliant Idea of covering Forakcr's weakness by having tho Toledo convention formally present him (Shcrmati) an candidate for President, thus making him r.nd his grc.t jieraonal popularity tho only isue in the campaign. Tho convention, after somo prolimlncry quarreling, wisely did this, und tho day was saved. Governor Forakor und his Administration cut no sort of u t'jrurc, uud Sherman snatched do fe.U. Tho Judgo then gives victory flgtux'3 of that and previous elections to show zn. Sherman's Former's wonknos3 '"ii"! 1, .at Vstiv r .". .;.or mo Forakor camel,Lor that und his broko the back friends set their jrmdstones ugolng to oliurien their knives for Sherman's taking forthwith off. And the Sherman ba-jubuilt u Uro to burn Iho book. Chicago tem-peranlife-lon- g Law-renco- HOMES IN MEXICO. a versus lack op VENTILATION AND DRAINAGE. The the can had "limited" ono for each step the sound tvnsisl. Then the ,urIor door slow ly uud silently swung to. As I huvo told joti, 1 was ilisid sum that nil these things were cattvl by human ngency, and yet 1 felt a creeping of my llesh, und my forehead was dump w ith esiplration. The detective w ith mo was as brave a man us ever took up a trail, but such was the cifect uion him that his faro was as white as snow, his teeth chattered, and he clutched 1110 and pleadingly exclaimed: "If wc stay hem another minute we nro both dead men!'' I sat dnrru and drew him down Inside me, nud ns I did so tho parlor door ojieiHsl again, and from the front hnll came groans mid sighs nud dull Rounds of a struggle. I knew behind thu laths, but my couiiaulon could stand no more. Ho seized both lanterns nnd started out, und I had to go along or lie left in tho dark. When clear of the house bo made n run for thu highway, and I found him on the further sido of it when I cuiuoup. "What's the matter?" 1 uskod.s-- "Good Ood, man, but my nerves nru nil gone!" he gasis-st- . "I wouldn't stop in that house nnother live minutes fur nil the money in tho state I" I was satisfied that nil the noises had been made by hiimnu agency. Somo one had taken oso.lon of the house, uud I had a feeling that it was Kelly. It wns just in lino with hu other sharp tricks. I did not tell my comiinnlon what I susjiecteil nor what I intenihsl to do, but I hud all my plans hud ls'fore morning. Tho old house was two nnd a half Mori, and wlumver was hiding them wns likely to Ihj inthegurret. It wns also likely that this gnrret was reached from the second st.--y by a ladder. If tin person was Kelly or any other sharp fellow, the ladder would Ik drawn up, or anyone showing bis head uliove the scuttle would nsvivo a rap. If I got u sipiad of menaud surrounded the house the occupant might got oil" by somo unknown way, or ilnd a hiding plnco unknown tons. If o failed to I'nd nny ono the whole city would bold us up to ridlcuk'. Tliem was no window in tho gnrret til the back end of the bouse, (t was hardly daylight Isjfoie I approached it from th.it direction, enteral tho place with great caution, and hid myself uwny U'tieath tho kitchen stairs. I expected thooccusint of tho garret would come down before noon, but he did not show up. It wns a dark and gloomy day in tho fall, with frequent rain fquulls, and ubout- -' o'clock in thu afternoon I crept up tho stairs in my stocking feet, entered a mom near whore tho gnrret scuttle was locked, und U'gun playing tho ghost for somo ono else's lieueilt. I had brought along a mouth organ, and I so.iinkd nnd hung on to a few lonesome notes several times over. lVotty soon I heard a slight movement overhead. Then I took 11 llddlo btring, made ono end fast to a nail, and when I had hauled taut I picked thu string witii any thumb nail. I sent fortli complaining sounds, and 1 added 11 few sighs and groins. Tho sounds above 1110 became plainer, und I knew tlint some ono wns listening nt tha scuttle. I gave hint a few more notes, scratched on the wall und tloor, nud in a f"w minutes n ladder wns llirust down from tho scuttle, A few deep draw 11 groans on my part biought a man down the ladder, and us he reached tho foot of It I colhiml him. It was Kelly. Ho w ho had played ghost on others had himself fallen into the trap. Ho scrcaunsl right out nt sight of 1110, uud ho did not get his nervu luck until I had him outdoors. Ho fully believed for the time that 11 spirit nmdo tho sounds. Tho caso wns ubout as I hnd llgurcd. Ho had planned to come to tho house, mul ho intended to remain thcro soverul weeks. Ho had allixcd cords to thu top of tho parlor door to swing it, and had arrnngisl for nil tho sounds wo heard. If I felt fluted ho felt very sheepish as uu ollVet, nud v hen sentenced to two year in statu prison for his crime, ho said to inu; "It isn't thut I wus caught, but that 1 was outwitted and bamboozled. Why, man, I hnd that whole plan in my head for mouths, and I'd hn e bet a hundred to ono thut I'd get sufo on". Just think what a fool I was to take up quarters in n haunted house, nud ttlien let somo 0110 piny tho ghost on mo!" 'Now York Sun. A Duiiehter's Touching Appeal. Tho words "I'npa, do not drink enmo in soft, pleading, tear soaked tones f mm thu swisi't, golden haired innocent tlmt grasissl his hand lieseechingly. A tear welled up in tho fnther's eye. "Why not, my child he asked. "Kh'i st.ll-listu- n!" I reidied, nnd when that thu wire I hud swi was being worked NTOTXCE ' funeral. i'iu-ro- r ' alj lf KentuckyCentral R. R. "lll.rKdKA'Jis lltH'TK. CENTRAL KENTUCKY I ' i c rim Author of the Olorlanil Letter. It bce.ns, says tho Washington IVff.r, that tho political literature of tho Albany Timet must hereafter be taken t a heavy discount. The ulleged letter of Mr. Cleveland which recently uppcured In that paper, mid 'Jrlbn all P..nis PAST LINE BETWEEN LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI' r Nov. ij, No 4 sciikdi'i.k ix i:riKt .V.lllll Iloillld Xo t. I'. ,u,. Xo. 6. V.x I.ve rnvinijtciii I.ve Falmouth... I.ve Cyntbunn Atr l'arit Arr I.esiiiRlun.. I.ve Patit Arr Wimliriter. Arr Iticliiiiond... Arr I.ancjiHr... Arr htaiifonl Arr llcrea Arr l.cMiininn... Vortll-Iloul- Dally !iin I jn a m I J p id ii a in v i p lo . p it oj a it 40 a m io jo p ii y p in it jo p it 50 h m 10 SJ p i 1$ p '"' p J id p 6 00 p t 05 p J in P 5 Sun in m I'll 111 11 p j8 p m 4 jo p in j to p in S to p in c rp 15 p 111 8 05 p 7 JO p in in j j ,o in m in in 111 in 111 ni... in1 ..I . I ve Hu limond .. 5 (' i''1 . a 111 111 in, Xo. 5 . . Xo. ' 1. ' Xo. j. I.ve I.ve Arr I.ve I.ve Arr I.ve Arr Arr I.ve I.IltiKlon... Richmond . .Stanford .. . llcrea 10 J.? 11 ii to a . 4Saui Richmond.... 11 (O a ml I 30 p in Richmond. Winchester .. 115 P I" . I.aneatter l'arit !.exluton Pari . . 8 m in a in' Z, 6 45, 7 3S H I.ve I.ve I.ve Arr .. C) lit hl.uiA . Kaliuoiitli.,. , Covington ,. J J5 p j 11) p 3 41) p in a "I .1 .1 . 111 111 Ml III 3 no p m a in 3 50 p in 4 00 p in 5j a 111 4 jo p m ji 111 10 03 a in J 35 p m 4 51 6 id p 111 II 35 a in 3 50 p in 111 7 8 8 5 30 n in On the Mayivillc llranch, No, 9 leave Paris at 5 35, a in and No, 11, at 590, p 111, arriving at Maysville at 104J, a m, and 740, p m. No. 10 leaven Maytville at 5 55, a 111, arriving at Pant at IJ, .1 m. No. i) leaves .Maytville at 1950 and arrives at Paris at 3 10, p 111. These trains are Gonoral Offlcea, Covingrton, Kentucky. daily except Sunday. No, 15 leaves I.ctlngtnn 8 p m,arrives Paris 8 4), p m. No, 8 leaves Covington 4 30, p in, arrives Falmouth 6 50, p m. Mo. 7 leaves Falmouth 6 in, a in, arrives Coviiiutoii 8 , a in. DAILY KXCKI'T SUNDAY. NOTK. Trains 3 and 4 are daily between Win Chester, I.eiington ami Cincinnati; other ether trains are dally except Sunday. Direct connection is made at Wlnchettcr with Chesapeake ii Ohio for Ml. Sterlitu:, Ashland, lluntiiiKlon, Charlettan, W Yn. and Kattern cities FAST LINK -- Not. t and 4 run via Winches. ter. Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars, be. tween Cinrinniti nnd Richmond, Va,, and Winchester and Washington. Through tickets and bayzagc checked to any destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars address any agent of the Co. S, F. II. MORSF., D. A. FKF.I.KY, Traveling Pass'g'r Aat., Oen'l Pats'g'r Aqt Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. II. K. HUNTINGTON, Oeneral Manager. When Kelly entered the kitchen for dinner hired Ikiv of color, who was not ' " - s SsJ-' 1 to eat with tho family, was left in the 'Nll... sitting mom. His curiosity regarding the contents of tho valise was aroused, nnd he IXlMKIltCIIli Ulls tho tory, tin ro was scarcely nny otlior pi ktsl the lock and overhauled them. Hu V lo was cat ef ill not to sny anything of this to color to lx ws'ii in tho whole city. the family, hut when I enmo along on my s 11 cut of the lifUtM'lii.' iloni, or, as it is calhsl, ilonil.irchi'.oiu' of tho two llncst crruud I soon discovensl that ho had n The sight of n silver piece loosened his cuthoilruls In the city, in which the funeral tongue, mid he told me of the hats and false WltH linUl. vt linkers. After tlmt I had no trouble in folThe ltf.il i:lnt Auent's A'iis . lowing (Colly, no mutter w hich disguise lie Tho renl tsttnto agent ix nenenilly a yotuiR n'suincil. Them was a direct highway front man, mom or 1wsj;hk1 lookius and morn or the town h left to the city with the haunted It" (entlemanly. lie ba.s a Rllb toiiplonnd house, but hu did not keen it, Hu would Wimipn ixio colonsl ssTtnides, which lui wishes braucli oil here and there and make alliulf. to Ht lo tho evM of lils; cuntomvrf. If you circle to come back ngain. One orttifo who own tho houso.11111 inwiutnlilo nights hu idept in barns, mul so 1 lost track' of usually iipix'iirs on tho nseiit's face. bun for a few hours. Uu another occasion Ho does not for polpnlile masoiiH wish lo put his feet bociitue sore, nnd he lay by at n tavyou in itituiortluu with your futtim luudlonl ern for two dajs, and I actually got ahead of until tho K'U'aiii is made. If you K" mii him. a lioiiM'tlmt in new or not occupied he Wlille the towns wero only thirty miles or sends a clerk with jott, anil 'tin Mjwirt Kelly traveled all of 100 miles in makeu liouvs ing the distance, 11111I he was twelve daya a Mngular fnct that out of llfty-kisju iiudor tluto cfrcumstiiuceM not one Inula ctlKititit. followed him mile by mile, and lluxv. iw mg to a severe storm was thirtisn days. 1 Drainage, fttni.tce, niiiKO nro propliosdeil to tmceil him into the suburbs of the city, and Iki ierfivt. If tho opposite Hltlu of the hloi'k them lost him, mid, though I had tho help of Is built up, m) iiiiU'h tho U'tler; there will Ihi three or four local ollleors, we could get no no blasting, no torn upload. If tliooppo-ilt- o further trace of him. At length weheardof a Kide of the bliH'k is not built up, so much jierson 100 miles away, w ho Imro Kelly's the hotter; you will liuvo more light and air. nnd I was alsiut to start after hint If there in 110 htivcincut dining riKini, hi much when I overheard tho following conversathe lietter; there will 1k 110 oiiiilown "Into tion in a restaurant: tho cellar" for meals. If there in n basement "So tho Isiys who went to the haunted ' tliuluK room, how fortunate; tho sinell of house got 11 scamf ' Iki coulliusl to tho lower regions. CHKl;liii; can "An aw ful scare. I guess o new ghost has It U the samu with stationary withstands. taken iiossession." Absent, they nro pronounciil dauKcrous, "What did they too or hear," jioisonous; prcsi'iit, 11 delightful convenience, "Saw doors ojK'n nnd heard gronns ami u Nivint; of opeu.se. Always and all tho various other noises." time you nru aduiouishisl that thwus of "Well, it's funny." nro nfler that identical house, and nil "Yes." Jurcil to Have yourself trouble, to snap nt the It may seem strange to you that I nt onco i'ross. burguiu them and then. New York decided that I had located Kelly aguln. It was ipilte probable that ho bad known of tho I.lttle atonry In the Clrcin.. haunted house for years, ns its fame was Tho circus business in this country has got widespread, and tho fnct of a new ghost to xucli a iwint that them is little money In showing up just at this t i 1110 nmdo mo susit nny mom. Thcro nro eo few novelties In picious. That night nt 10 h'cloek, nceoin-pnulc- d o by a local detective, I visited thu tho circus line that it is hard to attract under the canvas anil u round the sawdust place. It was a rambling, big farm house, ring any more. Oh, no; the interstate com- situated twenty rods from tho hlghwny, nnd merce law will not atreot the circus to any thu ground around was grown up to weeds Brent extent. Thu cost of transportation Is and bushes. All thu windows wem broken, 11 very small item in tho exjienso account of and samu of thu doors stood open, and a more a circiH man. It will, of course, coiiik1 tho gloomy place I never saw. Wo enteral liy n hiK showmen to cover less territory than they rear door, and found the lloors rotting nwuy have Ikxmi. Then stojis will lie closer to- and tho pkisterlng crumbling on". Wo pushed gether, and M don't know but it will be a good on to tho sitting room, where the young men thing for them. Tho ilitnvnien am not lixik-In- g hnd stationed themselves tho night before, ud hero found some blocks of wood to sit for n big business tit's msisoii. They never do in it presidential election year, Tho down 011. Thcro, was a doorway leading into jioople nro too busy with jKilitii-- then to tnku tho front hall, but tho door wns goue, Thcra won a doorway to tho parlor, and tho door time to go to shows. Showman fu 11 jier-mltti- sl Miino-tliiicce-crm 1 ieo-pls Globe-Duiuocn- ffll 'J in .which tho President r.ppoars ut length us emphatically dccllulajj a rcnomin.illoii.turns out to have been writtci by Mr. Theophilus C. Callicott, tho nblo editor of tifo Time. Mr. Callicott will bo rcnembcred by thoso familiar with New York x)htics twenty odd years ago n3 the man who succeeded lu electing himself Speaker of tho Assembly by surreptitiously or otherwise securing tho votes of two Hepublican members. Ho subsequently served a term in tho penitentiary because of a deficiency in his accounts us collector of Internal revenue in tho Albany district, and seems to bo in danger of getting back thoro unless ho mends his wnys. Callicott It one of the most gifted political crooks in tho country, nnd tho Cleveland letter, in tho reasonableness of its logic us to the reasons prompting tho declination of nnother Presidential term, ami in its clever imitation of the President's torso und lucid style. Is to bo considered effort of his life. tho grcutest .Nhcnirm M'oulil f "IJecauso Alphouso will lie hero f and if you como home blind, blazing, staggering drunk and smash ovcrythlng yon'ro going to scam him olf, nud plumbers' sous aro not plentiful this season. That's tlm why." Chicago MalL Tho drainage, and tho essential oillces aro brenkfust. With Sherrnun it Is 1SSS or calmly p.t"' set! by on tho other sido, uud thou never. I suspect John is so fully confident vteucli troin sowers, cossixwls, etc., Is bome-tlmnw ful. Ventilation, too, is regarded ho would inuUo the best President that was ever In tho Whito House th.it ho would as a stiperlluous luxury, und in tho caso of iivping rooms as positively deleterious. spend u nutter of fifty or u hundred dollars to get tho nomination, nnd probably as Another drawback of Mexiciui houses is their inconvenient uriungeniont, duo to luck much moro to secure uu election. .if jussages lietwcen thu looms, lu order to D.iil Management In Ohio. liuvu parlors and draw ing rooms guzo upon sugTho Cineinnutl Comii.trrt the street tt vast deal ot sjitico is wasted, or gested recently that the Stato of Ohio at least devoted to merely siqiurHuous w hilu very often uccess is bad to bridge ovor tho present jwri id of financial Subso-quentl- y difficulty by borrowing tTOO.OOO. dining rooms or sleeping apartments only it finds that such borrowings hud through other chambers, tho which, even in nl ready raised tho indebtedness of thu Stato family circles, is hardly ugiccablo or conduto within $i"0,0.M of tho legal maximum cive to 11 desirable privacy. limit. Tho present question Is, therefore, A elusu observer can but remark thu little for somo other expedient to relievo the em- part eurifiitry plays in Mexican building. barrassment, which tho i'onimirctat daxetle Door and window casings am built in with says " will leave tho Stato in a bad way by tho walls themselves, mid tho liltlo wood tho end of tho mouth." Seo to whnt ex- work of thu roof is u matter very simply tremes Republican Governments may push adjusted. Nails aro utmost an eliminated n solid Stato in u few years. l.miwvMe factor. Those used aro tho wiro nails of Conrit Jonrna'. German origin, but they nro very distribiibxl. Tho Mexican Is a born sailor in ly One -- A O001I Our. so much us concerns tho art of lashing, and Somo of tho Hepublicju pupers, says tho wherever ho can intiku a rope) or a thong do Chicago Awe, uro indulging In much un- duty for a nail ho eintduys tho cordngo. Y. seemly merriment over tho fact that, whllo 11. Addis in Sun Kriucisco Chronicle. thcro aro n dozen Hepublican candidates for the PrcsIdcncy,tho Democratic party has but Tlio Suuen lie Wanted. ono cuiididuto whoso numo is wortli consid"Woreestersbiro snuco. sahi" asked the ateration- (Jrovor Cleveland. A man named in an Insinuating tentive prosxs,'tlvo fee-eKsop orico wroto 11 fublo which suggests tone. nn unswer to these gloating Holds and Hut Foodlobright, who hnd been vninly enand McCullughs. Tho story tolls of a deavoring for boiuu time to seimruto a fox which mot n lioness in tho woods and reproached her for luiviug one wholp. Tho mouthful of steak front its gristly jiaront lioness boro tho tnunts calmly for u mo- stem, answered einphutleully: "No; two ment, nnd then replied, as Esop tells: huudsuws, well shurjieiied." Detroit Free Prow. "Truo, only ono- - but thut ono a lion." y siHti-sel- A correspondent of tho Council Bluffs (In.) Aoir.ir.e' (Rep.) savs: Smco Ill.dno is out of tho Hold there has been u heavy jiolitical fog. Jolui Sherman occasionally gets his head above tho fog uud proclaims that ho is u candidate. John is a good deal like tho boy that was digging for tho badger. With tho boy it wns no badger no del thu iiiiilmitio:i. Spenil I'llty Dolluis to of Life llrhlnd Adobe Floors nud Celllugi A (inat Kick of IIotMelmltl Conveniences Set-eVery Serious Drawbacks. Let us jionctrato within an average dwelling. With the door knocker wo wuken tho echoes, nnd the hall porter lazily arises from tho sheepskin stretched on tho stone Hags within fon.t'tlmes his downy couch is tho soft tide of n plank by way of vurlcty and comes to tnko a twp nt us. Perhaps ho looks through a little wicket, or, if this is wanting, he litmus tho door a hand's breadth, further intrusion being procutcd by a heavy chain hooked from ono post to tho other. If wo nro gente decento tho right sort of iieople wo aro admitted. The arched tutine) like entrance way lias on 0110 sido a stationary form of masonry or a movnblo settee, uud on tho other opens the jiorter's lodge, where ho and his family live, ntl very likely carry on In the ouu room tailoring, bookbinding or some other trade, ns docs tho Fionch concierge. Very often mi elaborate iron gate of scroll work ut the inner extreme of thoznguan nUoids an additional protection agaliut thieves, mnd dogs, wild cnttlu or other Doyoud this is the gradrunguktr inuruudors. court, or put lo, ou which as a general rulo all tlie living rooms oisjii. Often 0110 side at least is skirted by an archul jiortal or corridor, vary pleasant nnd umplo for family gatherings, esecmlly in tho tropics, where this is tlio fuvoriUi lendezvous of thu household. Durmg tho day it is shaded by canvas eurt'utis, which nro often wetted to promote coolueivs, us aro also tho Hags of tho pavement. Hero goes ou sowing, reading, games or whnt not. These corridors aro often given u mural decoration of jialutlng, representing orange trees, pot plants, vines climbing over lattice work, and similar objects, while ut the rear of thu patio, masking the inferior zaguaii, 0 screen of masonry is tainted to curry out tho iorspective. Opening tiRti tho patio, light is generally supplied to rooms in Mexican houses through half sashed doors rather than windows, v. hich, except ou the facade, are seldom seen, sale, erhais, curious little openings of oval, ciiculur, tief oil or other odd shutesl grated rather than glazed. Tho doors open from the middle, each leaf lieiug glared in its upper half , In tho more pretentious dwellings, und they uro secured by upjier and lower bolt, tho latter, high up, provided with rings mid chains for urawmg them. Tho inner jambs uro fitted with projecting casings, ulfording a recess on either side, into which fold snugly uway paneled solid shutters, which, witii a lid to drop down over the transom, whore transom exists, excludo the light so completely as to beautity tho sojourning amateur photographer, who Huds his dark room ready made, without tho adventitious uid of blankets nnd such contraptions. Padlocks, largo mid solid, am in high favor for securing house doors, or else locks of massive design, with keys a foot or more long and heavy enough to serve as a wuaon most otfensive, Tho door kuobs uro generally not door knobs ut all, but queer iittlo curlicue shaped brass handles, uud all tho metal fittings seem wonderfully quaint and clumsy by comparison with tho trim Huish to which tho American eyo is accustomed. Floors aro almost always, save in tho national capital, of red brick tiles, square, or oblong, sometimes painted in patterns; thoso ct bulls and corridors are oltcn stono flagged, and tho rare ones of wood nro known, ut least in thu interior, us "American tloors." Tho Interior walls are generally painted in diste!iix.T, paneled, dadoed und triezed, olteu decorated with an all over design in stencil. The ceilings are fourUx'ii to twenty feet above tho Hour, uud fow indeed ure tho rooms outside the City of Mexico wliL'ieiu tho rafters uro not conspicuous, crossed by tho layers, row utter row, now of cane, now of small sticks or brush, now of "shades," cloo laid, w hich supjKirt thu earth uud mortar, n foot to yard thick, which constitute tho Hat roof. These rafters, called v.gus, are ouu.tiines tho lougli, unhewn trunks of trees, usually cedur; sometimes, eveu in huudsoiuo houses, they nro oldy shaieil roughly; again they uro wrought eaieflilly, oiled or sUilucd, uud pricked out w it h gilding. 1 he stall sum mostly of stone, wide, shallow uud not diuigeious or uncomfortable to climb. Tlio wntersjioutrt uro strangely eifect-ivea- s to picturi'squeue-ss- , being heavy troughs of masonry v.tiicii project iroui thu coping nearly 11 yard, in order to discharge thu rainfall into tltu street beyond tho range of Of Into Mexican utiliturtuuism, w hi'di is vnsily comprehensive uud practical, notwithstanding American preconceived rj o , lias applied lo the ideas lo the cjiiU-..of supplementary pile's tho tin of old i.i'ivsciie cans, in which a brisk trade ha.s sprung up The tocnigo American housewife whoso menage is located in u Mexican built edifice, tlmls Her lot n martyrdom through tho room or other permaof clot-enent placu of storage. On the other baud, .uuch uxutIon of spirit is avoided by thu of kitchens with stationary i o.istruotson lliv mugo, sink, charcoal bins, etc. In thu living mums nrepiaccs are non cut inventus, being deemed a iWvico of Satan for tho injur of health. Ou tho other hand, certain simtary conditions deemed of tho utmost iiiipni'tai "o by tho most enlightened nations :n u In too many putts of Mexico totally Plenmircn AYnlU hex-uguu- ai pur-pub- 0; oil. ir) Hal-stea- rf N. "," ' M-- - 1- - r t - , J If n, iii im it niiimtmmmimaKtmtlfmt IN EARLY DAYS. 3 t c Batbs, gymnastknand moontdiu-c'.lmbkiThose first affections r prmcribed by German phyilduna lor Those shadowy recollections, AN INTERESTING INCIDENT IN QEN. ANTIQUE FANCY FREQUENTLY ALWhich, lie they w hat they may. heart dUtuw. Cleveland. SHERIDAN'8 BOYHOOD. Are yet the fountain light of all our rtnyt Ttiby say that tho Quccn-Regen- t AcconniNO to pclentlflo authority, colorof Spain LUDED TO IN THE CLASSIC. Wordsworth. , has asked President Cleveland's blindness la uttrltm table to dofccta'lu tho wifo for brain, und not to tho eye. that lcl' her photograph. Two lining Mnnke.T III Who Wrr " 'All tho doctor's horses ore fh' animal j,' lhn ltnlnbow Prinks from fundi iiml I)u. 8cni.ir.MsXS ha mado n will giving Tun lowest recorded tenipernturo is.'K) TOLD BY THE TWILIGHT. - An Terror of 111 VllUgi Knvalop ho continued. nil his nrchniogicitl collections to tho Berlin degrwa Kiow rero, it was irodULCil by nivrrs- - Its Oreat Power for tlooil or Ethnological Museum. " 'Ahl' I said. I didn't care to enter intoa From the AVnr linrluiiDt Army or liquid uilrogcn under low press tiro. (Us is elastic, capable of expanslou or g llenltnc Polrncy A Strange ll-- 1 iTnpjwars that llismarck has nn elder "You k low I'm always doing queer tiling," discussion with tho driver, but something Im- -' Nvy Krsoltn. . Knto sale, "but last winter I fairly outdid ixslltxl mo to say: 'Your master knows how compressed. A liquid cun not bo com brother who hu been Under Prefect of f lltmloo Many yraisingo, lrhllo dowu In Virginia, pressed or exiwmlcd t to select a horse of course, King in the busivery slightly. Mlngnrd sluee 1S41, uml is about to retire, joyse'lf." snd Just aKut the timo when HherkUu As a survival or tho serent myth, we tlnd nged seventy-seven- . "Whnt 1M you do!" This in chorus from ness.1 To Ki:rT frost, etc , off pluto glass win, nns nmklns his famous raid Miroagh that dows, keep the Inrido " 'No ono Ktter, miss The doctor never nl.nmt universally n Klief that the me-the group seated nrouml the blazing wood liutoNKas lit Kiinrr-Cot'i- r in nbout to air dry, or Inner sash gets taken in in n horse trade.' bow dr.'nt.s tho water from Minds nnd river. ostabllsh workshops, equipped with sewing country, a friend of mino gaT nwlhr followfire, tight, so that the uir in window luclosuro " 'Your master is a horse doctor1 1 said. T:,is idea is found in antiquity, allusion to )' nuichiucs, whero oor sctmititrcsscs run go ing ititivstlng account of tin geuernrs cold, und ventilated from tho outwill "I stolo n horse,'' alio replied, with icrfect d(i., and how he came o get his "com. side K A partial remedy Is to have ventilate "Tho well bred English looking driver Km - I'vouently ni'ide by rlinind author. und uso them ut u low charge. gravity. Mission" in the army; and It was in this Ing "Stole ft horse 1" echoed tho chorus; "tell us actually tuniul his head and looked nt me. rl.iv,i .s s iy of ono who drinks much, thut Ins Hahh F. KoTttsciiiMi. .M. P.. spenklng nt oHumgi in tho top of tho window wfs; In an instant ho had recovered himself nnd "oriii..s l.'.e n rnltilww." Many Eurojiouii ' n rcceut meeting at Avleshury, said about it, Kate." that brother At that tlmr Judge Jamm Puller, m casing of New Jeixir's Minlnfiit Jurist, dco.mcn tnink the rnuiiiow ilriului up the "Very well," Mio said. "Bring mo my Knit- answered me. honover touehrsl Tin: London .i rtl doubts that orsona drinks of any "'No, miss, he ain't.' Water. Tliroilghwit I'.tiKsi.i it is gei.erully kind. Ho Is u wise. Oioiish vorv rich. man. Cortlandt Parker, livtsl lu rtoiuvri'ct, O., ami whoMtlsh in burulnif bulldin,"s suffer so ting, Jack, will you please! I hato to" have iK.vtiurd Ksltiou on ami im "His tono was so aggrieved that I was Klievisl t fss flic clouds .ith the water my tongue my only busy moiuKr. Can't Ciitiis Smith Cook, landidnto for door- oueof the nmoslliittueuliMl the Knell,that purl Much us h is Iksjii K.puluny suj1sscd Tho men in thus drawn. In Little Kussin it is calhsl keeper of tho Kcn'.uiky Hcuso or find it! "Well, never mind; come sit down, sorry I had wounded his feelings nnd hasis grnorally mado faint in. d pulseless Ills iiss,d"iice was liKateil on u vlitlm carKuic ucid or cailiiuc urld gas, tened to tnako amends. I know how sonsi-- 1 VeM?lka, nnd is niIiI to K-- a maiden, who, and I'll find It myself. " by tho is (.even feet eight inches tali. of the state. the iMittom hill, and at of that hill lived Mix und becomes Insensible befotv tho 11 ro o si are to any npjiareut disresiicct with her bucket, draws water from the riv- - Hols Uie tallest nativo-bou- i' While Kate is searching for her knitting American liv- - Sheridan in humble eircmustauevs, ns may reaches him will you not allow tho chorus to lo presented to their master, and although tho master In or nnd w liters the earth with It. IMhouians Jug. inferreil from Mm fact that she took in the to you! Wo, tho chorus, mi Koto's guests this case was but a livery steble keeper, who s.iv It lias a iiuu.i head, wiiicii It tlirusts Into Ki.ssuv ohservittlnus havo shown that CiuiMTi.ir. Nil.so writes In n letter to it K washing at her charming old homestead in Sussex. was mionn as doctor, 1 didn't wont to lower Uw water when it would drink. In I'm Philadelphia fneud thut she is u constant hiimht of the Parkir fmiillj; but, althotigh tho teeth decay lu u quite regular order, tho in (xMitiou, she was highly mqiected, lower third molar King it is vild to drink u: fish, frogs, etc., Miffcror from rLouinulism, und fenrstha: Wo am not nil soprano nnd nltos by any his dignity in tho eves of liisseruut, so I the Ilrst attacked, from the shallow ponds. In t'ornwull It is she will he obliged to closo lior irofcshtontit and on tlie frieudlicnt terms with her more then the upor, then the lower fourth momeans; Micro are an ciital nutulier of ex- said; opulent tieighlMir. " 'Veterinary surgeon, I believe horse doc- slid to K tho devil driukiug up tho water of curcer ut once tremely agreeable tenors and baritones. For lar, ami so on, the lower incisors mid emu mi TWO MISCHIKK MAKKHH. the o:ids and streams. In tho Trol It is teeth Kliijc the lant uff.ctoil I'piH'r tenth Kate, tho doer of "queer things," never dem- tor nro called; it is tho s.mio tiling.' IlonniT lluou'Nivo has noth nir ooetlcsl "Ho made no reply, though he still looked lulled the "drinking bow;" in Votiak the In his pjr.wnal tippctraiice. The Jmljre had a son .Limes, and Mrs. Kherl us a rolo are innrediindiio Hum Luer, light onstrated her queoructis by inviting n lot of Ho Is nhort nggiifVed, ond we whirled along in silence. "drinker of water." Children nro assured und stojt, whh a red face. He is it great dan hail a son Phil, and tliesa two bo llfnl tluu loft, those of dark xrsons Mian tlui- -i women to siend October with her in a coun"We met various peoplo whom I knew. l.i the French department of C tos du No.--d d.uer-ou'- , try Iiouno only to loavo them to languish und enjovs Im, ro.ut beef und on terms of clomsst liiiimni y, and while they of blondes, those of short ktwis than were tlie utile, tls' They stared slightly ns they bowed to me, that the Kw drinks in the user or in the port v.ine h ei likewisv the each other's- eyes. those or the tall tho moat coiiinvqilaco of Mm village, for two mor mischievous i ioud. Nor did shu trust to bucIi men us tho town and even smiled more than was jieeesary, It Is stated that mini- - tho sunllowcr has '"They think it is my own,' I said to myIn many ji'aixi the rainbow is said to lo n might ofTer; sho iinjKirtcd her own Ken cultlvatrsl on cvrtulii awmnpa of tho Count vov Moi.i kr Is said to have pro- younj- moiilejj nervi exi.ttl, Phil jwrex and whosoever received an invitation self, meaning tho decidedly swell turnout. tivnt pumi'i tuK, drawing water by nounced in favor of " Volapiik " Tho new cellence, lor thero was tut deriltry roucifte! Potoina.- - uialarial fever has decreased At mi-j- .. . so in 'arts of Kussin it is "When we reached Sirs". Stafford's I told to "Momingsido" could rely upon thecholce-ncs- s langungo seems nbout us uttr.tctivc us in the ville for which Ii was not girea Ui I tho mouth of the S heldt, in tlolland, It Is -redit. TheKijs Isttli attoudist th vlllire i statisl that sluiilur ixtultH havo been oh- tl.e "Kiit tuK," and in Hungary "the Kc.avic. One Viennu weekly of tho This bnd lieen so in tho driver to tako tho horse to tho stables aiwr devotes largo voltho days when Kate was entirely "fancy nnd bo nt the door in an hour. Kt me pass Ia:nts" t!U in Slavonian dialect it H the a column in c.ery issue to lcsso.is a U ichixil until rieluug the of lu or U tiilnisj The sunllowcr ream, when James was tacVnl off to tsisnJ-ti- i umes of water in tho form of vajnr, uml its free," and lived at "Mornlngsldo" with n over tho hour spent in discussing that fine "..i.ioii." In our pnrt of France it is said to Ollendorff to the ucw s.udy. sch(Ki) and i'hll wa apprenticeil to the aromatic odor, s well uh the chnperono as charming as sho wns useless, dramatic poem, spoiled bv too much telling, fonie trom thw ksi nnd to tii'ii up the nnter Tun Duko of Westminister Is reputed to ox';"ii l exhales, may have to do with Mic unitary stmekMHr. and now that the grand old place had a mas- "The King and tho Hook!" At tho end of in ilio stream. In the Chi.rkov irovinceol have a larger income than any other subHomo yearn rolled by, when on one mornin question ter as well as a mlstres.1, tho samo rule of that hour my driver was waiting for me, and II.' si tl.e Isiiv is Itke-its- l to it tuK, with one ject of Orcf Hriuin. Ho owns row upon ing, Jaliien Kitij at horn- - on a vaeatioii, the agivenblo Milling off was still adhered to. new cio Boon whirling along again toward w.il n the .K.vni'.d tho otlur in tho Weil.. row of tenement houses und p.i i.es Tin: saliva Is a mixed fluid, serrctrd nnd ninny Judge recel-t- sl an ourod Into the inoiith from no lc than oiuinou liKikltiK eiireloir Which proTo, doos it not, that Ivato was o the city. When I reached my whilom home wiiilc In Mm t' irotoi ,neruiueiit it Is said tu squ.iro miles of fa- ..nuj iau i. He ivevlves .. glorious exception to the rulo of average I gave tho mnn a little "tip,'' and told him k!iu Is, ime of nhum M u minute I he year rouit.l, or i.t,tKXJ tin Jrom the war drstitmciitat Was)uii;tou Of three dusters of glan u, tho parol mI. under inhlrl at the lor-- , tho ears, the si,hui3itlu-y- , near the cm. of isuitso, all the fanuh the clisids, hour, or .tc'.COO it day. young mnrried women, who, being quite to tome forme tho nest week nt the same iiimps the w tf, the . voml f.ist table wrie anxiniis to know Its contruu the lower Jaws, and the i.uMingual under content with their own lifo cavalier, diviun hour, and to tell the doctor, his master, that ni d thetii.ist sends the rani In Kttoma. Wohtii, tho French milliner, lives in the not thut other maidens may sigh for other 1 wanted the tamo hon-- ulo. Then I went hor.e-- s of ftV.i, fns, etc.. nix' U!iceil to suburbs of Paris in a p.aeo that covers when on Klngosurl it was found to K a the tongue M'di anoth'siNTCtio:! isjij'irisjl from iiumero is nrjianno tfhinds Mr. ugh 'Ut 'otimiisHioii in the army of tlit I'lillol rttat-- x into the 1ioum, and instead of going to my .o.iie from the r.ii:iKw, which hnss'it-kccompanionship than hist reverul ucres una is ftiinlsliiil. which Inn- - I he This was our first October nt Momingsido room I went into tho drawing room. I was ti'em up lron Hinds and river. Similar K- - Once u year It is thown okmi to his employe t, for James Parker, Jr All ta family ere the mucous rinco Koto's marriage, nnd, on the purticul.ir so full of my enjoy able dine that 1 wanted e's ec:Bt at.io; g the Wend. In many ai t nnd tho fete lasts a dnv and u niaht. On iw .U'liok and dellghtel m Jim, wh,, cheeks From olio to two quiirt-- - i f (Ns mixtsl salivit is srcre'isl dully. evening whereof 1 write, we were seated in a to talk altout it. A group of tho Indies in 'f Kirs a it is co.nptmst ton water cnriui, this day ouch of tho women employed by IHAltively and alwilull- - decllnt.1 it, for th It is eay to prevent mat within show mnlclrelo around tho blazing logs, Kate in tho houv wengntherttl anmnd theojvn flro diiiii:ig its buckets into ilio toads aim Worth Is KM nutted to .Ho.ect a droas lroiii rny-o-n "that he aiwar wante.1 to go in the In the Charoute dcnrtmtnt ft his stock, and it is made up according to iirtvy, and woiiidu t K a soldier anyhow ' rases It is well known Hut Mie rusting of jroums. tho middlo, and Jnek, her husband, very near and I Jo.nisl them. They had Ken talking was of no a fail, en at last thf bright steel gotslslMHic 1 the prrupitn- ner. iiuiis!ioiinnouncel her last escapade ns 1 entered, but as I drew near thev eascl Hrauce they vw thelM,tv tlsh"s m the streams, her d.rcctious. will ueter do ' tiou of atmospheric moistliro Ukhi tho met a smile might bnvu Kwn seen hovering nbout slinking. JIr. Otis was one of thegroiqi, and progsiostn'sttons are drawn from tin An American who saw the Mikado of Jndg said in dts.xration, his lips, amused nt first, then melting grad- and fsentod nest to her was a big fellow who selection it link. s. M ihy Idas s.iy it is the Jaun utTokio recently says: "He sat in ... ivtuin this to th ilejiartmeat and dtsl.ue ul '11.. ...... I.. ob iiilis:! 1... 1.. cninir tho uir surrounding the;trssis in mltyi nui ually Into onu of oxtrvmo tenderness, wiiich 'stanslnt me more than 1 enjoyed. Hut I uct of NadioJ i Ilhllig in the streams. lonoiy state, udurk. enured, black haired, II; now ntmlnhall l don with itf Men. and a s.uKriof mwilcivd quicklime TU M JL'lMlX'n MlUH HAT. Tho rainlsiw is fitsjuenUy cnditeil with thick lipjie.l man, dvccd in tho uniform of said quite es plainly ii3 words thut Kate's was too full of my drio to ivsent'lt. " Such u drive? I e!aimcl rapturously. Kxl in mi orxllnary aliowc--o will usually great miwit for good or uvil. It is u wide- it KuroiA-a"Give it to rati." ld Jim, aud thispioK ftory was ono of intercut to him Oencial, and with nothing shoiiM think sol said ilri. Otis, with a spread Kilcf that it hides great riches, o: grand in his mako-u"Do you Uiievo in the depravitv of iiiani- sltiou met with KI'iU applause ami a la suftlcc to prereui the ruH'.,.igof tie- intlcry '"I or appearance. The inflection. inato objecthP Knte inquired when she bii'ifi fortune or gooil link with it. In ubsolutcmmaivhuf .'(ViXl.tWkl ieoile l.i a uiiauimoii'lT cairesl. so, after biwikfakt, the exhlbiteil therein, us the lime will take up " 'I am going to have that horsj and drive gold-l.icIs said to rot on Ik Li of gold; i.. tight-llttlnjoined us again. ..il.ia, i: blue coat und a juiIk and Jim stnrtisl down la hill to the the moisture ClIII.OMoon is Hungary, that cujisof nlxerwjll K fou'.d French shako for a nip. grocery store, and just "I do. I am willing to swear Mint I left every wivk,' I continued, thy were entrr iictivity ia ery the t H'riisl whiii nrrvous rr-a" 'Indtcd!' said Mrs. Otis with the ramo whore it touches the :rt I or water, and t! The brolu is ever I.I Him. Ciiwu, tho Vieerovof China, is ilig the dooi ttnty sarr Phil lfup;arilli: this knitting on yonder table. I found it in Intlection. li.nter will divine the future. It is quite six feet tall, sixty-ilvtho library under u chair, where it had with a molu years old, well ilown th isll.sr jiij n. j busy receiving new lrr.nssa us ltellex ui'tsin. asonliiuitiounf ihe i:itiit s. und tho "Yes. I told tho man to tell the doctor likely that a hoo it o er it will fall on tin built, gray, and swarthy ; his eyes are dark one hand and a half isiten p'I III Mi olli-hidden itself nway trom mo.'' sxvul "It must K feminiuo." s.iid Kerr; , castinj; that 1 minted it regularly. Did you over o'.iit r sido tilled w lib goM, ns it is Kliovid i.. and piercing, und hm teeth dark and un- Piiil saw Jim, but hv ilniu't sr th Judge, the iwu-seo- f senses ne till ui'dt r u ciiistont Tin even When receiving Ameriinin guests ho n rejuxMichful glaucont Laura, and thercforo hear of anything inoreiilmmlf Tiiat man IV me nnd nnwvig Ktrubiau prtumty nan cot in be ht, m hc: dr.e puhcd totruinlug The nunous system is Its utuiost iwueity. and long is KjuwI to K as agnivating as possible," wear a gray Astrakhan surtout with long hu apple core jiut in tim to Hnd tli ji.de'ii was really hurt that I should call his master i!i:.lculty is to get it over. In C'ariuthfa it i "I knew very well you would chase f, n horM) doctois veterinary surgeon does i hst. Cwh tradition pays that if iron oi Honing sleeves, looso sllkon trousers, felt high hat flying out of thw iluor into the the list of victims that follow Us ocr atim , souud lietter, I cupixiso. Kate," said Laura, calmly. other lxase metal K cast into tho rniubovr It tthiK's, und u Muring hat, with tho button of muddy road Now Jtiilgn., and viiily iilatUuis Ia IttMe psp iioMiim; but h jrtn " '1 should think so!" murmured tho big v.dl tiirn to gold, nnd similar things are hl rank on the toi, sml u ic.icoi-k'feather county Jii'lRes, thlrtv yisirs ago, wre in can isiiii from the use of such ccrvbrul "Imagine itsdtaipiKiintnicnt if you hr.dn't, fellow with n broad smile. Koto," said Jack, ur.uling saucily at Laura. recorded of it lu the i yrol. In many inrts sucKing out iKiiiinl He Is to the F.tnperor Ttvtisl with Miuomit of dignity m stimulants us te t or roffisj A mirsTrT authority on the subject "Ii-nor Oertuany a golden key, or a treasure, is of China what llismarck is to tho LmiKiror tellyou I wus Indignant nt his im"My dwir," said Kate, "don't you Isuow the ordinal instil, mi Uml Phil .i.eevesor they never run away except they me morally pudence, but Mrs. Otis sjMiko lie fore I had n said to K found whciv the Iww touches the ot Oormany. malice liaturxlly did not niMl with Uim bolus that innimonmis a house dmcase uud Is ehnucoto jietrify tin:. audacious fellow with earth; In l'orttr-il- , a silver hen, and in mxt certain of King iliasvdf eudial aiirufal of Wis shokepM or of III " infe'ctlmis, but not contiigious He says HOME SUGGESTIONS. u glance. ern ti'reisx', a curious Ilyxnutiuo iviu, callei. 'Is knitting Theyr'' customer, and i'lul, aftir hariui; Is lu the warm idr of tho house the ay atom Jack, grnvclv. made ernsitiro to the cold, but the cold is " 'Dr. Mainwiiring naturally would not K i Constantino coin. Any one (hiding tin. "Xo, but women arc. You know whut I a.ul tuQ'tsI, wa iMoucht lino Ira child 1ih a weak nukle it should wear only the producing eouso. It irosire's tho looked upon ns a horx doctor, or even a vettill be endowed with inarvilous ijwer. mean" only front Uco shois, and us a sujqiort it tin judge's (ueeuc! to asilogiz, irnTious l coddhsl lung for the pneumonia poison, In Knrway, it is said that a cup and spHiu, piece of stiff leather should K sowed in baiu) thrahd. "But tho story," said Laura, who did not erinary si'rgeon by his servnnt,' sho said which has its reul origin in damp und dirty sweetly. It is vsible also that tho servant with a kind of gruel, will ! found wimrv tin from Mfo heel to the shoo top. fancy the turn tho conversation had taken. A may lie ijijims1, thh. wan aot Klnj in What is the euro I Well, one's btiivfactor uadvr tk most rooms or cellars "Of couio, tho story!" wo exclaimed to- found it hard to understand how a lady could bow rests. It is also Klietcd to Kstnw Stiuw bottle covers laintetl brown und trislute.t to speak disjuragingly of his master's profeshealth. Among the Letts, if you can iiiieu tied at top and bottom With bright ribbo.i, raTorabl aupU, hut an no on could i.ist the steps to the iurc luivo imhupplly ud gether. vunced but little Hut the relief ami tho kite ixm iinu luui-.- i i "Well," said Knte, settling herself com- sion when availing hersr If of his oquipag.' h su for,irn, juu iu n.ie loe ueui with u glass for tlowvra iusidc, uro nrcttilv Pbil's comical irevi'iitUm aro uo medicine und plenty of " 'His iqU(Nigo:' I ct.ho.sl. 'I don't under- ing jsiwcr. The wate'r found imiucdlaU- fortably in her chair. "You know I ,e:it hung iu grouj of three ugainsttho wall, or and th subject of the ''commission ' was fresh air b'tieatli theaich will, it is Kllcusl, cure in odd corners. winter Kfoio last in Diston, and King stand you, .Mrs. Otis. Ple.-i.sbroachtsl, and Phil dulight n etrn more make jourself Old niimun thoroughly tired of hotel life, nnd not faring tienr.' tuiMi ntilieted with detnonine-y- . Wwkx tho isoom is hivept, sprinkle tho isjiuirnl than his rejieiitaiua, for it was all CONDENSliD INTEREST. "Hut she dnl not havoan opjiortunity. Tho kivp this wuter in trenches dug in I1, to tako ii Iiouhi of my own, I went to n largo int. ' carot with dump or K.'nt tea his friend Jan could do to rrtrIa him from Tiir. Ilrst American cryuu una bubt by boarding hoiue, I need not iles-ri- K stninge young man ns nnd said with great or m u lio'km tnv. but not iu i: . j'jw leaves, to keep don n Mio dust, uudcov rtfic tnndln( on his bend, which wa his musl it; you Hdward Hiniulleid, Jr.. i.t Boston, ill 174V whero It will 1ok iLs force or bn.ig somu plunts with lapcrs, aud leave them on until mod of muulfn.ting jloviir. know that by some mysterious rulimr of the courtly, thojgii Ms . inlrthful feco contro Ht, ao . .. . :. Amiinu the q..eercat nf rouvriiirs Is ono unseen lines a ooariling bouse is nothing ins grave worus: 'i urn ir. Jlnlnwar- - disinter on tho hoilH'hold. It is also said thi.t tho dust lus sealed. to make Tr. calmtd down suIIIoi-iimore nor lest than n rallyinc cround for ing, and I am charmtd if you uro ilcaseil docks should not K as;unsl wh"ie th liov? I jinqsT aiktuiwhslmvnu mid to awtir the reixmlly dlspmypil by ii Uuly of Nan Fran-cis,-using crumbs for rodiug various jt King a ring in x.luch were set us or the..' will fall sie'k. tieriiiuu widows, and initio was no exception to this with my horse. I like iiii gait mself. and I l or covering the toi- - of jutes or pud- juilge that if the ,'ovei iitnent apinnl he the,, touch of the bow will roudi r dings, brea.1 eruiubsare prolerablo fordeep rule. Thero werowidowD in every stage of nm proud that an accident should havo made would try to do Uiui and hinilf citstit. Il jewels the Ilrst tioiti of es.iii of her tnreo On tho other hand, iu sotiu fat frymg. as they do not soak fat so badly, is uiiiire-.Mi.I la'itMxioiant. Kreavement und every stage of mourning; it sissililo for M.S.S Kivnng to judge of it.' to stutu that Phil lus kept Ion children from tit; indisputable hue of real grief to tho "It oil ihuhed over me then. 1 had taken (l":vii i.'.'cntH of Franco the i.ilnliow U smd and cracker crumbs for baking ai they kui'p promns', or to o furtlKS- Into hi caits-i-. It la rcsinleil that on .March). 1M7, the falls of Niagara reasnl to llowaavo ut u to injure plums on which ;t rosti., to dry u, moist longer. dellcato tint of questionable sorrow; Some the wrong horse. thst is now piihln iroiTty; but whn " 'Do you mean to soy that you didn't vines und to ruin the lnrvest. In Ilohemi.i stream The phrnouicmm whs uccount-- d wuro,ii.ittiml widows w ho had really IikI real A iiUMi'iONi:iMKnT und piuo easol, tints) Phil . lieuteuant gvlieral of tlie for by ice gorges in tho lower extremity husbands, others of that vuncty calied 'grasa really know that it wasn't your horsef said s.Uo it withers up the herb ige, say the Jsras IMlnted souio neutral lint, and draped uiili armies of thu lTiiltd Ntat, "Jim" is an ex liecausu they stirln up evervwhero. hist Mrs. Otis, a little later, after everything had ants, in the 1'Lralne, you uimt not put out idush or velveteen, or cretonne, make uti commander of th I'nltisl State nary, und of Like line us grnia docs, I suppose. But nil cul.ed thern- - '"s'U satisfactorily txplaincd. A i.4T of New York City recently your tour-ii- nl the rainbow, or it will dr. lm Ing fought throjgh the war and tbell ii admirable holder for lion suk.ts uud " 'Of course I didn't!' I exclaimed, Indig- - itu;. lu Hungary there is u Vila or fairy telvos widows. Of one only shall I speak, from hor thumb u needle stipsc.rd Have the pins of tho easel long i.gueit Is now a promluwiit admiralty Uirji.r to have enteicd her heid seven years preMrs. Otis. From my urrival to mv demit- - "nutly. 'Do you think I am iu tho habit of srt tig on Mm water where tho nilnlxnr uuoughto hold the basket whoso lid should in Nr. Yoik -- I 'or. New York Pot. viously. A few days afier its extraction tho uro Mr?. Otis was constantly on tho watch j stealing horses!' touchei it, nnd r.hoiiisoeer sho stsj, Ilrst wm bo funU;ned up with u bov .. . thing or conneedle fell to dust I didn't know,' sho replied. 'I know di-'- . Kstjiom.ms say tho Ikiiv ii but tl.e trasting with tho drapery lor mo to Uo 'queer tilings.' And I did my .Sn-lAtiiI.U'I IMi-rnr-j Huirlil. best to gratify hor desiro; I never disap- you were in tho habit of doing exceedingly scythe tit.il by tho thunder to clioo wiclid Nr.w Yohk Citt lua u sillcciuiiu uinety Hoe'Biiot.t uiiiuiouiii is a good fertilizer All auccduto may illustrst one eaife of Aystro-Hutignrtho sicl are not for house roses, tlso in the proportion of u his soa'.i. In pointed her, if I could help it! When I foiled queer thing!.' rotinv thilft wa money maker. Col. Kinney, years old. who though the nge for eighty-seve- n " 'I don't call stealing hor queer things,' allowed to lie stretched at lull length wliei. ti.bleiionful to u quurt of water. Tho iropnetor of Th Philadelphia IVim., lisil mentis sixty, served until ho wus to furnish her with a weekly morsel to roll He is slid hale und hearty und re tho lirst bow of s)ring tqijicnrs, for it is ummoiuii ptop.rod for household use Is under her tonguo sho was positively offended, I said." mniie him nn offer of I.5.UOJ a year, while he u thought they would die if jiuruilttisi to do and lookisl ujion it as a lersonal nffront. and consequently is preferable to any was still KKir uud unknown, to go to 1'lnln ceil cs the tV) lensiou Yet iu njilto of my gouuino efforts to K useful "Did you ever Fee Dr. Mainwniing ngainf' m. Muny ordinary tasks must not then K othor. lu uso will not only lietter tho deljihin and iit for bun. Hu wont to Wiiii.k tishinirfrom a liemt the other day lxl of o il cottbcspiuuccs. jierfoi u.ed for to her as u moral whermvlth to adorn hor asked Iaiura. growth of the plautu, lut will beautify tho orr the gro. mil He found lu thw otHco ol u citizen of Orange City. Flu, fell iisleop many talcs of femiuiuo idiosyncrasies, lu Another strango belief has existed, that loliugo, niukiug it u richer dark green. uud when ho awoke fo.iud iiml hu hnd 'ett "Yes," said Kr.to. the siHr a lllciiirv gentlemiii of line a. never o)j,oared ipechilly grateful to me. In "Yes," mud Jack, looking nt hor quizzi- - the niinUiw has Ki.ver to change tho iex. lowed three miles by a twenty kjjiuI cal-ti- h Fillet or Ciiukiix. IUsiuco a quart of qiinemeiits and u uinrkisl ability, fact, wo wire so mutually untugouistie that, cully. "Shu contrived many u meutingnfter This obtains in distrietn w idely sup;iiaUsl. A chicken broth to less thin h.i!f that quan-tit- y that hud seitol his hook yHf, III a faint uud lliMerl"- story from tho Xago triK ill Atric.i lelntis uuioiign no opau wartr.ru existed Ktwouu us, Hint. J know; I was theie." Tin: owner of u Hoc 1; of geese near Lanes-borby slow simmering; strain intoa plain knon ti most of culture throiighoi.v the mh ontuiui of n young man so "But," said Uorrv, "his naiuo was Minn .oueihiy kiilesl ono of tho lloek mold, am. let it stand wline ybu broil a neat ii was evioent enougti that wo weru not country. But to the great puhlli tdavoiuaii susauts Invoa slmlliir fillet from tho breast of u tender chicken. th" who "wrot up" tho jmihM' a. li.e uud fouud hi its rruiui number of i!a':esof friends. Ono of tho bright j oung girls in the I'ol iiihii sK)I;o of Airs, utis alwnyn oa my 'ar-ticulgeneral Kllcf in iiUHleni Season this with salt und peppjr, and put il John W. Forney. Mr. K.'kusHiit thw eieu-tnhomo gold. Another goose wns hilled wi.h tho ".So ia mine; John Mainwaring Gray is my notion, and it is a Giisssi among too comii.oii ssiply that any enemy.' Hut oiiongh of that. Sim whole name," Jack replied. sumo result. 11 was thought the geeso the inoiu or reaucct iiro.h, which must with the writing edif r,whosu ruputiiiinii lms since married. n"d hud I longed for picked up tho precious motul iu an cdjucent "Oh!" wo e '.claimed iu contented chorm, one juiiiplii' ocr tho rainbow will havotueii'. Hjersct nn icu until it hardens. Turn out on limy lun v Ken ubont tno kind uujoyed l I couldn't havo had sweeter." iVml glad to know that Kale's ndventuro had sox chiingisl. Aiimiii. tho Albanians, Ker uaXmall oval dish, and decorate with pars- - Uv. T Buchanan Bend. Thi wt iter lend i stream. Kato laughud musically. Mans, and In lTiK'r Loitro, Fiance, It fit by rloy. ended in a ro'iiaucc. Nor since the rreuUo.i of tho world, say uud onthiuiiism, a lulu, with gifnt Da , ban there mxuirrcd such it won"Whyf we clamored. jKessing uiiiier inu iiiiiniuiv uiai uie sex is Tho big clock in tho hall struck K. "MidKTHlMni) UltAIUM I'l Ulil.VC.-Ta- kO tWO laKresl artielo which nu to npcar iu The Cotdfii "Because she married tho man sho didn't night," said Ivato. "To bed, girlies, or your changed. tejcuifula Graham Hour, one te.icupful Prei the uvxt morning. Nearly prepaieil to derful thing a hapiHinod lu the mouth of , Tho notion that the luminous bow want. But no moro of her now. You know roses will not bloom Good each of milk, molasses und raisins, half uccejit Mr Forney's offer, laieke returned February, 1S1. In that month Micro '.van so great xiwer for good or evil has proliabl', moon, and according to astronomers no ono can livo in Boston w ithout Kcomliig night." tcuuupful of suet or butter, ono egg, a to his hotel. Coming down to breakfast the uo full ., .. . . .. taintcil with litornry und iutellectunl ninbi-tion"Good night," wo cried, trooping up tho lest to another cm ious Uiief, that hurm will win noi wvuriig.iin ror soda, half IcuspMiiful each of next morning, a gm- -t nt th.i mlll,,r come to any onu minting at it. Tho ancient cloves, cinnamon nnd nutmeg, uud a pinch and I was no heroic exception to that wide, old fashioned staircase. Laura linThe Pn vs. reliuirkincr and noliitinir to i iiiinm.i. uu rule. That winter Browning was tho idol gered n moment behind tho rct; Berry hail Hindoo laws of Mnuoii l'orlsulo this, nud it is of salt. Mix thoroughly. Flour tho raiIs mIkiui to bo fornusd in tho article hu had hetud lead the oxmiiig Ls- t bald iu the Hm tc iiiountiiitH that Gisl will sins, adding them Inst. Grease the mold Ho has ever Ken my Idol, ns you some diillculty In lighting her Kslroom canworshiped. fore. "A truly maguUhvnt article by John Chuago, Mio objis-- of which will bo tho know, aud from my enthusiastic s'udy of his dle. When shecaino into tho loniuwu shared puuifh any one who (oluts nt the rainlxiw, before putting iu tho mixture hot It in thu W, Forney What a wonderful writer that trunsjwrtalion toth.it city from Its present location Mid ruinous Liboy prisou or Richvigorous poetic phlh&ophv of lifo" I vis together I was looking out over tho meadow l:i modi ni Greece mid iu Amieiu you will atcumer uud steam Mirco hours. man Is!' ui n linger, and lu Bohumia tho samo disasdeemed lit to conduct n Browning class. Wo glittering with frost under tho light of tho HoiAi. PrwiiMi. Beat half a pound of Mid 1K.kc, in tolling Mio story, mond. It is the intention to preserve tho "This," e ter will occur miles it imiuisliately Minn-dor- buttortoucic.ini; sMrin the yelks of six "settled It for me. Iaterary suicido wusniit1 "trui.turo iu all Its met nt the houo of n charming woman who harvest moon. features for public exhibition. Tho sum of Jtri,(kX will Tho Chiiieso nay your linnil will K at- eggs, half a pound of butter, six ounces of what I was after '' Fniuk was such u tuffcrer thut her couch wns liter "I'm sorry tho story cuhsl that way," sho KblU'. . irob.ibly Kexpi'iuled lu the f ally her homo. Sho lived in ono of tho lovelisaid emphatically, rubbing ono of her fair tacked with ulcere, nnd Uerman lensauts tell sifted sugar, half u khuuI of Suitaiia raiest houses I havo over seen, ono of tho lovelihands vigorously nnd suspiciously witli her you that you dig out thu angel's oyes when sins, the juice and gritted nnd of two lemTut: death was noted th- other day of Mrecl S'mnra III rioriilli'c. est lives I have over lieen brought in contact handkerchief. Thero is altogether too much you Kjlnt ut tho rainbow. Ancient Peru- ons; udd the whites of the fjenora .tuusiin 1'asu.itlero, tho beaten to it What do we mv flasliing weirdly nud femulo bandit of imino lie The long with. But Micro vns this disadvantage, so nottsciulcal romanco a Knit, any way." vians said that tho mouth must bo kept shut foam. Line a buttered mold with slices of Mexico life nf silently along tho rtuehex of yonder gloomy this extraordinary woman had far ns I was concerned, her homo was some "Is therof I osked dreamily, turning away when u rainbow was insight or the teeth citron, blanched ulmonds, cundlcd orimgo street A long line of candle Uirchea, Itsl by Ken devoted eight miles from tho city, nnd mot ideally from tho sight of the fairy meadow bathed would K spoiled. and llmo rind, uml other fruit, uugelloi, to robbery uud ciiine. On tuoio thau ouu remote from tho vulgar convenience of a lu tho vile splendor of thu moon. Loulsvillo vanilla uud roscidrrps, and juur iu the mixt-ui- across, borne aloft; iu tlmir iiild.t u heime, occasion she was known to hue wuyiaid so coveivd with flow era that It looks like thu and roblxtl stugo coaches cover with oded mper und cloth. railroad. Consequently I was obliged to Times. contaluing sovA Stlncr Old Millionaire. sweetest nook of n gulden tiutollug nlong ernl men, .nui this unaided uml alone. She drive over. One ery cold January nfter-uoo- n When I Ilrst camo to Nt. !ouls from Now Nerve with a sauce thewoy. I was waiting impntieiitly for tho conLetters of Urriiiiiinmnliitloii, left mi tuiiuense projieity to churities. Foil t Bui Col before getting York 1 winked in u down Uivmi restaurant, What do we hear yonder a quarter of u veyance Mint was to tako mo" to W . I Nisiirr miles west of Albuquerque, X.M., "Letters of recommendation in this ago of whero cery day reguluily, ivgardIiA of into hod for the nlg'it soak the feet iu mus-tui- d mile off! A choi us of many voici, a kw isit was ready, warmly wrapped iu furs nnd pre- tho world," said a member to tho corner weather, a gloy hainsl old man with pinched water us hot iiKcuu bo lxirue, put tho nnd smooth and accurate as the trained ' is situated the most rctnurknblo commu pared todify tho cold, uml I did not relish coterie," do not go very far with a business fentuie was ucftistomcd to call for Ills din-i.e- feet Unit into a pad luslf full of warm wuter, nity of I lie Western hemisphere. It is tho King kept waiting by tho liveryman. I was num. Your average business lidding by degree-- , very hot water until tho musicof a itofes,sional concott. Wudrlui puobloof Acorn. i situated on tliotopol ulnitto Ho took ouIyulKiwi of soup, and of young four hundred man goes n hurriislly to It, and Und a just gatting iu n littlo teinier when my ill leet high with perjieiidlculur ted on having bivul and butter, although desired heat is attui inl, protecting tho men or tli" w Hiking class standing tovtlitr . his own Bides, to which lucent Is made by slops cut grimago to tho window was rewarded by tho K01 lenl' ,n ",0 l'191-'"ho would not convnt to my moiothaii llfteeu Kdy und knee with bninkets no as to reRight of a sleigh drawn up Kforo tho door. nullity to size iq nn applicant. It is a bit of cents for tho spread. He never vaiiisl his tain the vojior of the water und induce n uud singing one of thu grand und expirsivo j into the face of tho wall. For three cent-- ) Tho air they sing uries this queer city bus been occupied good sweat Next Uike half u dozan drops songs of their country, I didn't recognlzo the driver; It was not tho vanity on Ills jwrt that ho likoa to iiidulgu in. order, and never seemed to tiro of iu monotby technical peculiuritie; they A inero letter of introduction Is ginxl enough ono I was uccu.tomed to have, but, of course, spirits of camphor on uro full of one ot them with as much nccu j tUu Acoinas, of which thorn remains some the slightest prefeienco or more of ony nor expressi-render each Jtwiisiny conveyance, 1 ran ilown stain '" Jls "'ieii mm wmm iisnay unti for any seaonabIu delicacii. I could not white sugar or lu water, get into bed under racy us an iiistiumeut. Tiicrs him solos, eight hundred iu number. The leap year custom Is of mi uiiciont orimid out to the sleigh nnd got in. 'Drlvo mo uoeux count as li usesi to. i nuvo two cases understand why thu proprietor tolerated tho plenty of blankets, uud sleep off tho cold. do them all with i to W An warmer for a nick-roo,' I said, 'and you may givu the ill my mind now as examples of what I have old fellow, and lifter, studying tho cuvi for or for use duets, rcsKisee. They It Is not for money gin, though the exact d.ito 1 not known. A feeling and explosion. Kcu talking about. luw suuftisl by the Parliament of .Scotland Is said to horse his head, for I am late now.' " put the questiou iluuqily to the in very cold weather a sand-butheir Innocent wuy "Ono came to Chicago with letters from so no time I could h.ivo knocked "Tho drl.nr touched his hat.Knt down bottloor brick. or for show; it is simply uml their fi'ieuus hi the yenr PJvs is doiibtles . the Ilrst atntu-tor- y bows. You mo down bo snporiorlo tho of amusing themselves II. B. Ciolliii and from sovernl bankers, nud recognition of tho custo.n Tno luw aud tucked mo iu snimlv. nnd off wo went. with u feather when 1 heard Mm reply. Thut uul HO"10 t,ciini "", sand, dry It thoroughly needn't have suld uuythiiig aboittgivlng that ' ,l8 ,,as e0"" ovcr tno tolrn from one' end of old duller owned half of South Ht laiuls had I m u ,uttlu on ,,1U tovo; iiuiko u bug about who gather n round uud nppluud with enthu- ' wua ua roiluwi : "It is st.itnt and ordaint that during liie reineof her maist blissit equaro of llatiuel, till It with the siasm. Will Cuiietou in Now York Star. oiKnt hwso his head; ho took it; ho spun along it to tho other, and ho can't oven gut n com an income of not less than Ji)'()i)(J i megestie, ilk fourth year, known us leap-yea- r, tho nixming cure fully to over me crust llico a ttussiou ateeii. 1 noticed mon, overy day clerkship. Tho other mnn nnd while his wife aud daughters wero nfw.wi drv. f,u,1(1. llolnjc a HIk Ilusliiei. Ilk iiiaiden lndyo of b.ilth high and low hissunerioiitv to tho slow imiinul tlmt. Iiml ewna from Xuw York with his family, bring- - fug away thousand on unlet tuimuuiiU tno gether, uud cover the bag with cotton or . estnit sh'.ill hue Ileporter How's businessf eiotji. liberty to beseulc ye man m ovcr tho samo routo a week pii- - I '"Ii M l urniture. Ho hail nothing in pros- - owner dniggi-I of millions wns satisfying his hunger linen Bifting This will prevent the sand President Insurance Company Immeine. tlm t wenty-rou- r l'ut in ' he likes; nlbelt, gif he refuses to tuk hlr to from bourn hu ulso enable you to vious, und so pleased was I with Mia change I" with a Kwi of soup. Ha was go stingy that heuttho bag nut, and will plucing had a pktca in oua of tho biggest isjiiceriw on bo his wyre, ho Htiull bo mulcted iu yo quickly by It iu thu We have never, In tho history of the coin Mint I remarked it, hu could not " '1 his is a Ktter horso than Ui othor oua.' Wubasb avenue. Hit had uo letters and no each day after allow anything to lost, for ovca or on top of the stove. Tba rand mny, had so many applications to uct tijiou. auiuiaa of anc iiiulia or lesa, us his cstait storeotyjied order hoVds giving his MeporU-Ah, applications for olicies! on to introduce him. Hu hud th way and nioit Ui, except nnd uvia glf ho win male it the heat for a long time, und the bag I said ha would odd, "Aud uo ic watr,"as Uiough can be tucked up to Presidaut Inmrauca CainMiuy Kr no appeur that he U tx'trotblt to itlno ithier the determination, and tba latter U Mia tho back without hurt" 'I don't know,' ho said, doubtiugly. he woa saving tka restaurant from a heavy ing the invalid. woman, that ho shall then lie free." llottlu ''hloago Mali ipyr. " 'tame likes the othor best.' loss. g 1 bo-in!.-cM-iqi) , Iki.t-hoKipre-senUtivcs, 1 re i lie-fo- ro tho 'other.' " 'I like this ono best, though they go well together, so they can't bo no very different,' he said, somewhat as if he resented my noticing the difference. " 'Go well together J' I echoed. 'How could " 'Impossible r I exclaimed, reiiieiuKrlng RAINBOW FOLK LORK. PERSONAL PARTICULARS. Tse mother of Garfield reposes by the Ido of ber son In Luko View Cemetery, PHIL'S COMMISSION. QLEANnil PWM SCIENCE. litr; sjhvI-men- s, J Uk-ii- I - .s 1 thv . fts-d- s e iror.-rous- ly -- n 1 'ii n ( p - o ;. s I , jtri nkl oillii Htir i .. i ...... ici ..... Ut Md-hit- rt o. - fe-b- le j ! i y j fir who-.-uuu- .e M ' o, Main-waring- ." tiann-forme- d. s, t,u ''''"' t -- .... ' 1 s. old-tim- utei-pnso- jgi o; , i in-s- i. e i ! ""i stk; 1 g old-tim- e 1 ll"-iio- s '' I 1 r iimhi-spring- ." UloK-Dauiocra- t. r --i ".- -, n. 7V i'l u. jWUtektiL !M&r,tejHtf&U",tf ljjuuwu; aaii3iiiuj.aa.'iii r.wrt-c.-s''."- ' m 'r lf -r'. vtr-"- - lial j,yA.t.tivjt jj 'it.' , .1sf , Sit Afcj. t Semi-Week- 'I HE NKW (JROCKKY AND HAKUWAKI'. UOUSK OK TiikTIII Family Concert Company, with CRAB ORCHARD. tlio moHt pleasing and novel entorUiln- Iluv. AI. C. Alorgan preached at the Wiiitkwamiiinii by Stewart & BIjfKiiiH. mi'iit everjfiven In Stanford, will appear Christian church last Alonday night. n the Opera House in Stanford on Tiu:vnro painting things retl up This pretty weather has put many K.C.WALTON, '. April 13th. II. CruigV sample establishment. of the gardeners hero to work in earnest. Xink applicants for pensions were Xpvnki.i.ky will be in the wool T. Ky., Aviuu 6, 1888 TANKORI) Airs. Sallie Hhineheart has been tlds year and pay the highest cash "'"hied by the honnl Wednesday and hailetl from Pulaski, Casey, Pock- - quite sick. A. AI. Kghurt clerked for K. priee for it. Would kindly ailc your attention to the fa.t that he h.njuM returned from the unci ith lirse. ninth' and .Madison. The doctors not W. Jones while he was absent in the . Published Every Tuesday and Friday. frc.h and el.elccted utotk of . . m o, m. i nu r,.. .. ,,., ,.,.,, fl(r , ,,IV,H wofk city. AT goods lino just received at S. II. Shanks . '. . JCC'IT, Air. I). H. Kdmiston waiksthestreetH V! l'KU YKAH.1N ADVAJCCl': Call in and examine them. I. A. Al viiks, the Danville ineieliant very proudly since the 1st inst. Thu ar In endlcM taritty, dainty inmi.dity nnd s.itHf.iciory tn My aim uliall beat iincfn, thi I (;iuranicc tailor, desires to eall attention to hit rival of an all tune to line. wnnt girl at his house is consign of nupply every brand,in nyt.urope My mock of IIAKIlWAKK and I'OLKKT CU'I'I.KRY y the rtanduru of and America I handle the celebrated I.exiiiKton I'jtent Alas. Pokii: Coi-Krwill return 'Whin not o paid $2.60 null lie ehariM "&W insplendid stock of spring goods, which the cause of this. The mother and little Hour Tin, Stone and Woodenwarc, and a complete line of Cigar and Tnli.icco, Wagon. Farming from Cincinnati and Louisville with an cludes Scotch and Knglish suitings and Implement, ki IStlievirg I can male it to )nur interct I nV a hare of our p.itriinade one an' both doing well. Kenpcctfully, J II. 'ICCKKK. imnieiiK' Htock of millinery. We invite dress goods, made in the best styles. L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mr. .1. L. Hutchinson lias resigned all to call and examine. Special inducements in prices offered the as superintendent of the Christian Sundayly Interior Journal Skkii Sweet Potatoes ly T. It. Walton. bub. ManuRer att Kri-Joh- ?Io Bo .. TUOKBB ox-tra- HUSTONYILLE, KY. '"'' (UHd) FAMKJLY GIl(i)UJilll(li!S, s to-da- Ma I t t- I train I KO'nu pre al train " South Nt-rt- North South .a 03 I n pin 131pm jo J 4t!p in a m m ttljht I he Utter train alo carry inenger 1 he alove itcaliulattd on laudard time, ir.r l about o minute '1 Notth South .6 ' flrr. Solar K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I ii rn rain leave Kolatd iljaiam MEANS and return at BUSINESS. TiiKNiuthern continues to sutler fmm least has ctiine out of one 'accidents. The fast train ran into a at Spring City, Teiin., Tuesday, this week. lie. The Richmond Climax says that is visiting ml-- a Pat Cunningham, the man Joe Alulliat- - demolishing tlnx-- freight cars and badly Mis Annik cs in the Wet ICml. tan described as able to kill snakes by ' using tiji an engine. Xobody was killed Mi:. Iswc Hamilton is in liuisville biting them and whose story was tele-- but several were more or less badly hurt, b'lving seasonable goods. gniphcd all tiver tlie country, has thus, .Mail Clerk J. It. Owens, of this place, Mk. .1. T. Ciiaiii has K,me to Chichi-loi- been found and notified by the adniinis- - jumped for his life ami got oil with soiih CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. .j.u, ,)Ui,j,. ,i(.ilt for Alan-for his spring stock. tnitnrnf his brother, who died in Iowa s.'vere bruises on Ids right shoulder and i. i .v.; ,.. .winiul since Inne ".0 SS.M'rfl- - Ker brought to thu marl et. Price lower than .....j ' AIi.s. J. A. Cmipknthii and children witluiut heirs, to tsime nut ami elaim an arm. He siyi the train was Hying at GO )Sj thelouett. Watche, Clo l. and Jewelry He. efof.'t.OiK) aeies of ieh soil. miles an houi when he made the leap - paired on short notice and uarrantcd. Ail ae gone to visit her patents at Pciry estate lie. fort to lllul Pat had lieen made for sever- - and that the mvideiit was caused by fail X KV A V K H S KM KXTs'. Mk. m AIu. Jiiiix tJurvnv, f Leb- al mouths. un of the air brakes to work. anon, were the guest of Airs. W. P. . Parlitk who wish lejjlti. i 1)1 Nr.u (iisiits Fou Tin: IIHUsM. 'incpiospett IS that the raw foreoUll- VV V J . mate detects e work uonc Tate. l'oweis-A-tirin of S. L. The A heady m"addrs u,wkte.stanf..rd, Ky ,.j,.ii i) K. lively e Mil. .1. L. Itorri:, who went fiom Co., of this place, opened an immense ti,,.r,i M.vinil slatt's umili bv those. ,. to Nicniiiieiitii, Cal., wiites that lie i:ii.kMii Ijiniiister, Ky., Inirj,-- wi, tHpin t bf iiuirxliiil anl each ean- - Y) v Art, at the Son. Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Sprinj Wagons, s delighted with the coiintiy. mUe from Stanford dav of this week. 'I'liHV uni l!viiliiikitiii.d ' lilait. ..:it likely have his ticket. .lohn cim.1 loll ...'ritel? .,ui imsL !lmi n ,hcGood i,.lrn. , ,..i. I'oi.Tur.o. II. Wu i.i M,of the ItliMtiu men and will make tiling hot in nnu iruit int., Ac. Adjoin Hen the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over their Xew land, who barring some faults, has binMim;, . ugton Mutual Life AsMK'iation, is here Sinitli lliiJKlini.iu v.Mit.V'. for it, w liuli Is hey have just npeiieil out in made as goiMl marshal as we could ex- - ir cheap Aiix Martin, Stanford hue. ui the interest of his company. their new tloublcHtore. on op)site side pcit. wants t idiitiuue in ollice, while t v w .,rT r rt"sv. Alii. A. A.M)i:uson, our D.tnville scribe, of their old stand, in Stanford, wheie y, jjU-- and Charley Samuels aspire, ,j 5W ffflSSpT ..JBS5 who rarely disappoints us by failure to they aiv carryuur an immense sttn-- ami to the position. So far as a wet or dry Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better wnte, was attending court Wednesday, will be pleased to meet all their old ens- tj(.k,.t j concerned, it makes little diM'er- .itl lmc us u pleitMint call. toniew and friends. Theie is t,m,,, as , Nl,, f wlii-km Mi l. W ti:iis will becin wotk at j grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the JW .. .. :.... .1 i.... .... t.!...l im .,, II lm ili:illl''l- 11101 111m ii. ii'iii'i ..f wiiii- h !H(t Aloiiday, where he will learn 111: case of the National lunk ., trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. . ,,..,,, , , . ciimcn can overnoe. ti i gmpliy, in which his friends ale sanOH V. I.BVI III1IIIIMT, IVI'., ,'IH IIIIHUI You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. guine that he will sisiii Issiaue proll-- i Tuesday and still occujiles the circuit - J. L. KtMintz, a telcgiaph operator icnt. court. Robert Harding, . II. Waddle from Tennessee, was manied to Aliss I it. W. .1. Wn, who has had charge ami L. I. Hubble represent the defendSara W. Iteynolds at t'laik Reynolds, on n' the construction train on the K. C. ants and Welch it Sautlev and John S. Wediiesilav. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. apH.int. VanWinkle the plaintitl". As about nud for several years, has CHURCH AFFAIRS. id venentl nudiiiMster, with lie.ulipiarteis U involved, every point is fouht t runs. incnesier nciiioerai. with energy and "We except," is heanl Ili llarriMin's bin revival at New Tin. 'senate has continued the noiuiua- - very friniifiit1y. It will likely be !MK) convei'sions. Yoik City has T n Aliciih ! of Mule Saullcv befoit1 the case is given to the -- Kl.ler I'. P. Williamson, of Itich- 3 ' -i i.i ic sso,inte Justice of the siupnune jury, as two sccc lies on a side are to be moud, closed his meeting at Newport SRI he expects to h'tiM' made. Nothing else of importance has' christian eluirch with .'7 additions. ie( , ?v , i out tot Wyomim;aud jiost as boon as mir (,'iri'itit C'oint been done In couit since last issue. A disiatcli from I'.iother Itarnes to is ..i r he bas left l litf nit lurniturc, sharp razors and txptrivnceil telegr.ini was received by Sister Koe ltichards sat, li:ru. D II. LnMisio was down fiom i.'n 'I wiirkinen make Artist Koo.ns the lliggins esterday morning Peiisacolu and gone to .Mississippi City, fi.reKio.t in tin iiiv oiior.al State It.iir cutting. part f the Orih.iiil isterilay and conllrincd the iv-- I Mrs. W. II. Alih unci sli iMHk and khaiiipiioin dnni ill the Pin. Mio'iiliv tiiii.iiiii''itii'i. i.ii'i.ti.iiru most imtirovi'd rlvlt . M ncii.ll attilltion will rt that there is a iil baby at his auiioiiiicing tlie death of her sister, Airs. drlnldrin ... , . ... KlIllSIs CitV, of OllillsV. .. VI. III. tiise. I'aivutal cuie seeninto reht light- - W. O. I'.llk. lit Will UXM llllfkVI...II ...... ..... , .. . InvlMntiil.al.c-- Jissl J IIIOMI'SON. .......... 16 " "f Stanford, Ky him and he is yiouini; (at as he I lie s uoiieii iiiinoiincei iciii iiiiiiosi er.i- - lliev will be held ... the Aloodv laber- Uin etl Mrs. lliggins, who had no kuowleilge , (.rows in ears. RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP. Mtss I.i rrn: llm.M, who has btH'ii in of her ciitlcal condition. Tlie deceased Airs. nj.a Davies, who died last ( iiiunnati leai uini: stenography, ivtiirn- - was Aliss Alollie Alcoin, a sisterof Judge week in Lexington, left S.,(XK1 tothe Hible I I.i Injr lioiiRht I. M scale and blocks it i sti'lil'tv ill lesiiiiiisi. to ii liiiovinri' Ali'oin, and heiv, where her girlhood College and ill nunc $V00 to the Aiidway Or- and rcnud thu cellar hu l.le iicrupicd. I linn- ami uillir ttomilliluHHl un.sK-lit- , .Ml, Mitv. wns .......i. that her tlnrc lor thu pre nt with my 111t.1t Ktmcinbtr phan school. ' tilt' til ice, inulir YaiiArsdalfitorc rnom. ileplou her .Iflltis,'. Y K KA.MSKY. u.r.. We hone, however, tl.nl ,i. dnilmrf frll'lltls will of - At a big baptizing at Lexington Sun- jtf the Pivsbvterian an more r.eure1 tluiu tlie cuo She was a member ftiiil day a photographer was 011 hand taking churi'h tml tm tkuriwM cIit.Mun womnn . I.KK P. view.sof tlie ill'nn .lUIHlHin ... I"!'!..-., husbaml, 111111. 'll SUKC.r.ON liKNIIST, . vms, .Misses M. im. r,.s. J. J. W.,.i - SrANroKD, A" Mr1,,,Br1,.,",al,,, lmvi.mtirv,",,,,,rMattl. and l.elia Williams, who IinmeiMmi. Office outh tide Main, loil(ior above Depot St Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of F urniture .""; made their homes here for a year, left l.'ev. J. S. Walker, the .Methodist .. " . dm Mlayforthcjr former home at Alt. leiim "'" i.i... 1... ...I . ...i.!..i. :o ,,ieacher whogot a goodI deal of adver Msi AV. R A AI andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such floods II urtl """ . ' tising recent Iv because of his singular 11. V. I ?V 1rn011. filling their stay they liuvt'j"""' J I KJf can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- .tta hid IfieiiiM'lves to many iriemb, L. I. Faulkner ilisippeiinmiv, but who afterwards tum-- i Amiknt Pn:i:s.-.Mi- s. Analytical Chemist, ith whom we join in ivgiettijig that .U1,i ier son, A. (i., of thu Pleasiint Point, ed up all rigid, is again tlie subject of KENTUCKY. vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. LANCASTER, they could not have permanently locu- - neiglilMirhood, calletl in to pay their sub-- nuiutioii, because of his marriago to a with us. girl at Cynthiaua. specialty of tui, mmcr.il water and Make hcniitiou Wedncsdav and while here vear-ol........ u . .v ....... ..r. .. ...iri.,..w .w.i M Jr.. 0(. , Clri.ar -- .., raineraniui)M. i:v Vl.iw... lti.l vir 13 v..... ........ llllin... ...in. Ir....lL....r l......... .1 .. .........T l..t LOCAL LORE. of old naiMji-- that have been handed was bantied bv liishop Dudley at the I'.iuii Cn.i.sat Wl Higgins'. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) ,jmvn fnun her ancestors. One was a eecutive maiision Tuesday. Airs. W. h. fox, lil"".a written in Latin and on paieh- - N. Ilaldeman acted as godmother ami favokiti: link iictwi r.v i m: som n and soi-- i it I.n'i fo7tTvT.u win. want !)il0to. ' & PHOTOGRAPHER, '" -- "u- y "rvml College to S,m- - Col. Charles Johnson, of Louisville, and ARTIST gi.tpl.s, that J. L. Schlegel will be here LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA V ,,. . . . ,1VV,MI . .,, KV and Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, of rranktort, icon Ames, her a HOIKS. IN , ' ... dated in HKW. Then theie were deeds as sponsors. It is hoped that theyoiingFug- - ster will grow into as grand a man as his T111. sli'dit change ill schedule of the nnd convevances of land in New OlltlOSltC Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. elcFJIlt new hlllldin ll.i mniril trt ( inciniititi Southern, which went into laud uearlv as old and account book honored father. the poMollUe anil littler than ever prepared to .monimoilalc the imblic with fine pictures from THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. t!!'cct Sunday, aU'ects only the Louisiana made aboiittheye.tr 17(H), which wasui photcuraph to life sire. Satisfaction Kiiaranteeil. FARIMND TRADE ITEMS .. lTUOT.KXA.S SHORT J. IX 10. decided curiosity, both in appearance ml. elvio, a lanious ciencn hiciii still- O. W MBTOALF. JR., mill In tlio items it contained Airs IT will lieoi.seivetliiiata Mippiemem Hon. is standim; this vear lit fl.tMH). .. , ' " ;- '- '" "" 1' " CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 1888. halfa,la.,eHthe ,cuiar paper .", IS a " TLl.tv-llinn- . bu.nedin A1TY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. ho.ses . MTV llllt'HIKl'lll IIIIU nillliuni wit this ismic. ami we will continue 101 JIAUno'intVlLI.K, KY. stable at uiUe street nnu .Miciiiirun uv- woman. .1 1,1 UICAJD DOWN. in .i.in . m- . .....m ineiu iin eiiue, C'liicao. IKAINS MJUTH. IKAINS NOKT1I. "Tumi:," as presuiitetl by,.Air. IC. D. (iivens sold to Hen fswope Will pr.utice in any court in Iiatern Kentucky 'lit Olll' IIHIial supply of mental p.ihuCaiter No. 6. No. 1. No. 5. No. 3. No. 7, No. 4. ,Nf, a petia!ty. STATIONS. Douglas' very line company hero M011- - i:i calves at JIO.oO, and sold to II. i. (io-- 1 KxaiitiiMtiont cf lanil title midc niinural land Any Hill. No. i. naiiy. for . .in- tract nf tlmLer, coal and ... I) lily. .1 1. ,",rDaily. Daily. I)allDaily,-Daily Kx, Sun.' ' mw "W"? mile, lmurni.it ion tiirnlslicit on any point anu ;.., M, I ,., ver a niiull bunch of heifcm at : cts. mm.m.im ,...., solaitcd " Cincinnati., A'rv 8 17 J 6 J pm 10 af a m 40 a 4 oj p in .S co p ni 755am 1,'vt - tainmeiit and w.ih woitliy of much betLaura J. Faulkner lias sold lien pttitioiw to Congress. Wednesday, in- !. ........., laiin 1 ji p in Willl.iBi'.towii. .l.'ve 5 13 a p p . . ... .. .. .ii 1... . 9 viij 951am 547pm 10 35 ji .. . w1! .......j .IVIIItr IO.... ..... , .101111 .u. IIT OIllIOIHIUII it..... ....... ..vi.. .,,., t :Hi ..IIT.T . .- e .... r a V n 1. .1 I..1... M vwmvX n.-lllilll mil 4 la - llll. llllll'Ilflll 111 ill p r 11 m am 7 cj p in .17 C.orf Ihwii.. i .. inoso 01 win. line-TO WW rUiC oALiili. 1050 .LtMiiion... 10 j 4 a tu 4 14 p in 7 n in a pn. iijopm 7 35 pin oj p in .. . 15 a rn '" "; the Some.set ami Kinville roads, to W. .M. .... ... Nichohuwlle. 58 pm t 01 pin 11 3i ini . 11 u in a : p m and Khnore, Charles Wrihl JJl.i in 10 p m a at . pm City, in ' 15 jini' 9 10 jin'i30.i m it jj n in 3 mi. jj ' Ollll", llll' ?!HHI, , III! CICilllll., "I ""ii'i.inii Tnvlor. of this county. I hey weje ni 2 05 a m aonieroci 05 50 p m toopi'i wiini' - j and is jMLsscssed of a supeiior.voice, that .. a nil ii n m a 55 pin 11 n w. jj. Da.ldenir had a ma.e to drop lAUila "hXl o 50 pm WZlrl til i ried to the coin t of claims. 8 ao.i ni,. .. .... . . Ar ..Clialtanoo-,-.in lap in . w in nun- - a (0j 'I'm.sduy lliKllt, IIUlKlllj: II or III ll, cmit.iin atjout J'i.Kreaiui me improcini:inare loin p in HIM lll'l'll IIIKIUV o p in l.'v 8 jo a in, Clutt inootfa,. Ar'v 6 j.. ji in .. t la pin i ij pui Tin: chaiiKVrt of V.) years aio well ilhis-- ford is a very superior comedian and ..ltli.Miali hIio'Ik but S years ohl, ami ev - ik !,"& j'w. oliinfj! MVc ironl'ir i ..Aiiaua llirminjhani "' OII 5 pin ii io pm l.'vc f apeiumuV.t f..i ..11 thepropertj at .. whole L ''"'.d'ns ' hint;s and dances hiileiuHilly.- - Thu "Josh ,... inml,,...,, " I mcnloou trated ill the experience of ,,;, mule. n cu p in j 4( a m ,0 ni i or ,V cut"IT,a,idlwillll '!.''''''J i, ..Meridian . l.'ve - i in 10 ti pm ilt5pm 4 loam Ar'v N'ew D.iUKlu-'ity- . In lSo, u Httlu over .lenKliis" of Mr. Miner lv. Lllsworth was wm.iikic.iit, Win. .lohn HrMit was suiiunoned to .1. L. inpanrl Call on t Karinert N'atioiul Dank, Orlean . l.'vc . '1 III MJljl til o.p.iiii o 30 a ra Ar'v Ar'v ... ir, s p in 1.5 years ao, he moved to Manfoftl j ion m l.'e.. a Kootl piece of work and tlio several KnnVs yesterday ti survey the jiaitof a i.) . in l.'ve a i JucImmi. ... Ar'i LOUIS SCHIjEGEL, Wavne and he tells iis tliat but six of miiii:s that he rendered ihowed his tie his tract of land near Providence church I. e,,.. iLkslmrK in p loam .Mun rot 4 aop nil I. vc 14 am vocalist. Hut all of the which he had sold to. I. W. Harlan for those who lived hero then are lesitlenls cided ability as a ,..! 6un si II pm Ar'v....Shrtvi:iuirt........... )iov IVyton Knibreo, about to cross tlie ' coiupany was irood and tlio uiniiimeiuont about $UK) an acre. No, 9 leave (likd lie at 6 05, 11, and arrive in Chatt.ii o i at N. II. Train C'ufUT. Thero were L'OO cattle I'miis K1CU.MONU,. . JvV. dark river, . I. X. Craly, .Mrs. Susan War- takes pleasure in saying that it never Chattanoo.'a at 4 00, 1". M., and, ai rivet at Oakdale at 7 on the maiket and generally .Mann l!ouilor IlufTet iileepiiiK Cats on all tr tin. ren, .Mrs. 15. VaiiArsd.ile, llurk and .1. S. hud dealing's with a nicer sot of ladies to lj cents; yearlings .selliiiK from II COl l.UK N, JOHN C.OAUI.T, Ceneral Manager, Mr. Doiilas is tlie i?18 to $'M per head; calves SI"). Photojrape in all tyle and iie. Picture in 'ome havvj moved away, butt and fjenllemen. Mushes. K. CAKItOI.I., Iicneral Siiperiuteiniunt". mules sold from.5'IIH) to .l.")() jier India hilt, Crayon and Witcr Culori. New de. nuuiber have jnno to join the cluveiest of men and his troupe deserves .if, t.n 1. (ciieral Office, St. I'.iul Uulldlns, Weit roiirlh Street, Cnv the larger M l at very lour price. ii In I'r.unai an Kentut'kian. head. patronam'. silent majority. Mismm Uearlcy. (i. C. Km.li'.k, of Watuii: and jewelry ictuired nitil warranted. A. It. Fenny. Tin: bent place to buy drug, p.itent medicines and toilet articles Is at A. It. Penny's. Puvyour school books, ink, tablets. iMipcr, jieiicils anil school supplies of all k utls f nun A. It. Penny. I guarantee till watches and every ur-- t and fonv that have Tin: i le of jewelry I sell to be ju-- t as repri" been at work on the Corbin branch passA. It. Penny. wilted. ed to A lnbainti Tuesday, where they weie ordered to endeavor to make a solid founSOMEWHAT PERSONAL dation in the various iMiiutsthatthcrains Miss Sai.i ii: (iii.kn is the guest of the eeiii to have taken awav. pile-driv- !. W. Itynn, dealer I'",w"v w' AliiSMEST.-- Mr. in general merchandise, Hustouville, has It was rejMirtetl on the street yesterussiuued to F. Al. Vow ell for the benefit day that Air. W. It. Vcatch, who held a of his creditors. Liabilities $8,000: nwH position in the Holler Mills here, had Causeof failure hard timet". skipped. We knew of no reason for his ,.- I. doing so, so wo called on his father-in- F. .1. ( ViriiKM. writes from Pock Cas F. (5. Hrady, who says lie has tie Spring, where he is netting every .law, Air. simply gone to Louisville, and writes that that populurro-sor- t thing in will remain there and wild will open .Itiue 1, without the shad- back that he how many oth- foi his family if he can secure a job. ow of a doubt, no matter ers shut up shop. Tin: unusually delight fill spell of weather that has lasted a week seems about to As telegrams ordering up the cold Vegetation has been humping; itwave signal frequently come after night- end. self and "the green grass growH all fall, when no one could see the Hag if in luxurious profusion. The hoisted, the displayman will hereafter around" run up a red or white liht when such predictions yesterday wen', "Threatening, colder weather, and local rains," and onleis are so received. these are the flajn Hying at this writing: ship-shuts- -school and AI r. lloldam Stuart has He is a most been elected to this ollice. -- this olllce, Is in liar-ioilsbiii- -g Somi:kimmI at t 1 worthy young man, very young and deserves the hearty support of the entire school in the work that hu luw undertaken. .Miss Itandall and ltev. II. Ik Van Nuys and wife were most hospitably enAND tertained by Airs. Alollie Scott and Aliss Alice Ward while they were here last Hrnm too to 150 per cent cheaper than cvcrbclore known In Ccnlril Kentiteicy. Win.lnv Shjde ult all combination of Wall Paper. Largest utock to select fro.n M A K tJIIIII ).' I'.irlors, week organizing tlie W. C. T. U. A Ky good many of our ladies joined the soI'alnU, Olli, Varnishes and I'Alntcru' Suppllc, Window il.i, itc ciety and are greatly interested in the 1'IANOS AND OHOANS Aent for John Church .V Co ' M1nic.1l Merch.uidlMV work. Very disagreeable weather kept many from attending the meetings. Air. tieorge AIcKobeitsand wife, of Stanfonl, weie the guests of Airs. Doores ami Airs. W. T. Stephenson. Air. ami Airs. K. W. Jones visited Louisvillo last week. Air. J. K. Vowels, of Alt. Vernon Sc s IDIRtTQ-Q-ISwas in town Tuesday. Air. W. AI. and wife, of Stanford, spent Sunday Aliss Alice with Airs. Kate Kgbert. Stuart is visiting her sister, AIis Annie, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, at Hamilton College, Lexington. Kev. FANCY ARTICLES, &C. Jesse Sawyers, a Aletliodist divine, lias been visiting his uncle, Air. Sam Hardin. l'hylctan preiriptiom at. urately compoimdeil. Air. I). S. Iliiiman, of Danville, was in town Sunday. Air. Logan Stephenson, of Kansis, is the guest of his brother, Air. V. T. Stephenson. TjH - ljp j j a iJbV THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, SPRING OPENING! Mil PAPER DECORATIONS to Tlan-vlll- A. E. GIBBOISTS, DAlSrirXI.CE. KY. Ao Mo T Hig-gin- PENNY, JEWELER, Sr.L T ti -- - -- 1 -' V 1 1 1 , 4 1 V i well-know- n 1 Cm-..li- , ,11-- ,. stiM-ko- f 1 1 oAljI. I , ,..,., BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! : ' I ' tt, y. iml liit HI W GEO. B. WJEAREISr, HAN'G'R. iK-e- )) thisaf-terniHi- ii Cliri-iiin- W- iKZXBPtiMa . HBW FURNITURE STORE n op m A:k v:jwm a late-i- t I 1 111 ,.....,, I I I , - 111 -- 'fc 1 wan-ants- ".""" 1 ."' I'll IITTl-M-'.MAr- I """w''7 ,; "" 1 'f Kbs-tcck- V .til ,..-...- K j J-- - I il .. d .1 1 . llii..L-iii.r- s QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 edward . 111 1111 1 .... ".,.., '""' l"-l,- WJ-- hi-I- I i ...i....,-.;...- 11111 j -. -- ,..... 11 . ... ,.-.- .i.hI ..... 'Jy'P ii-iii- 1 1 nnu ' re-- ''" ." ... "" . 'l'' ' ... 1 .' .Ah-u- . - ! -. iSi-tf- ) 111 A 111 111 4 . 111 v" 111 raJfljfti 111 .1 .1 111 11 .1 ,1 4 11 111 11 1 ' JpSV1'?. . . ..Jtini-tioi- i 1 1 1 1 . 11 11 11 IC ! . or ,. A . le 111 NI 7 .1 4 . 1 . - . . . . ""'""'" , 5 111 111 41 1 ,1 '. 1 111 11 111 . PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 1 -- A -' sold;U'-year-ol- i. 1 Few-brok- e 11.11 I lil'i-m- l '. ,f yj" Lwqftswfr'T Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal HUBBLE. THE IIOSS MUI.K JACK, SILAS $!0 fu ...... VA.TJGH1T, EQERSQN WILKES. L v EIV I. F. tv . I willslind .11 in) fiiiiu unlrswesl . f llryants vllle, en the Fisher's I'oiiil inrnpibo. fir liti"i ung jG', si7jJiLLLLLLLLLLLLr Full brother to iMniillc Wilkes, reiotd stallion PROX IK He is a dark .11 , ' hauls ay b) l.)les W Hkei Mill, was lisaltd III tSD, Hns beinl.r ken in har TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. siroofSalhc Vagcii, triil 1 A pmsi'iit nt 11. V. Kiijili'iiianV intlio AT 4650, sire of Maine ll ,J 30. i'i 1 i ill Us a ness and trolled w hen a 1 ) tar iu?,i I I will stand linn First dam h) Skediddle, id tlam b) Wax), nl licnvy cart en on the premises A hIi.iik' of a nlci' little $,irl. nf hiLfet ian u .. .11 ' IMUIIBIV fiv- ril.lc- with the set ."I any dam by Old telegraph, 4lh dam by r rank, .ike ,.of .I.... Will 'Ihisyiung t.i r uikihhr J mil mjk t lie seismi ,11.1. J very hail Wagner Wax) by Herthiitne, O'Xi'iil luw Dr. ill he i Jacl in the imintv ... A -.lien II..!.... rclaincJ --on the daddleb) Olnerb) Pctr.il, d dam b) lorn II al of W nt the h w pruc . . by Stone) i. BnroMiiWjftvSWfial piK'iuiiDiiiu fever nrnler treatment in our colt lor me season in '";)(.real -care williih ih.. msm 1st dam Wilkc 1st ilain,i l) taken to iy George Wilkes of (jransille L)les e forfeit the Imuran , ! Due when sernce is rendered and m nri rrfundeil .!.. , irc Lou Loons by American v til not lie responsible midst. M fo.i' prcent iKiidenl-If mare provestisbe not in V 1 id, Maggie Hoggs J 17, 1.IU Cl.j) Pedigree u-- i witw Prnxie was sired Ii) Prv.iiile. isl sireofClimmie (. a 17) Post It J J 3i. Ken Tln Is'THitiou .lorux t. w double ..mulct anx ociiir ' Money due Seiitemlicr 1st, is);, ,il the Grigsh) ' ' " " " 14 . .! Mi.liirv dam b) llnurhiHi Chief, til dam h) Illack Hawk ii j Shelh) Cit), K) form, neir in our any other tlio rireuliitioii Kderson Wilkns D.iniillcW'illes full nrother to Slorgan, Sljrs , id dam by Oilier, lib d.un said IS S.I v I t - II It .1 lliceihlMiler Description and Pedigree won two of theni in rich dark ba), with bl.uk nouns, nut a white is has nailed in hair to be b) Imp Messenijcr cottleiiient. Me M I-- straight heats and got money out ufthird Pruvutiles was sired Ii) Prinient. sire Trinket, on him heaiynime anil tiul, 15', hands hiirh anil (iov. MeCrvury so fur ahead of the As to his (ireciling iiulilics, 1 4 14 istdim l.ailv lllauche bv Privateer, ad dam sire olSillie .ucn,liis only colt that ha been han- a perfect mnlcl Hull will stind at my S This ele nit dled, has started 111 seven rates, winnin, sound refer t" ail) of his list ) ear's cdt, h ate, b) Mexaiuler's Aliilallib hounds for Conjirexs that he will never I will stand my fine tonus hone Prince J mile nionc) in tiseof them The sire of Proxie wl.l a few sceki ajo for thisst.is.in, at S3, CASH, al Hint ef sen. without a Mtiitle exception, luce, fine and solid e J,xio Kdcrson Wilkei will mike the season of lM at color the Stanford lleluw is his pediicrce return il "w i. not with . jl . with nrmlefe-.liear them hark after him. eat of smiifurd onDOLLARS and miles west of Stanford, at inuire a cult to No. ?. HKKl'.CIII.OADI.rs, bay, fnnl.U In l8o i: II IIURNMIH,.i, his foot very piUe, atsKVKN.A,inil thi. mir. to.nil still: no COlt my place 4 It 111 linn John Ppoonumore eut Hi el. iu li t dan Nellie Vile), (jrand dam of Hinctte ! J, A. l.tiiiimimd is now wantinu no paj . .1 Prince is a fine, stylish hlicl hcre, five badly. . .1... .triii(r. ill b.lllils hliZh Sired by Hub Inhnsiiii THE FLORENCE and dam a irojs oode.i hy Alex Churchill vessels to hold that milk his new cow a Denmark horse Nis With hen retimed on all colts until service feels 1j dam Mary Churchill This Jack is n hands hi;h.vn fuled June 11. and is a natural called saddle lmre Whin mire dim h) Imp Mar;rai grand dam ef King AlI )le's Will ifive personal attention to mares, but paid istilanihy jdves. l91t sfredbylinp Conines, I fonso. i I also stand a splendid jounif Jack, not responsible for aci idents, should an) ocj-iiI. real Kciiluki.tii, he t) superur Mammoth, he Mistletoe, hy Chtrulee 4 dam CH S. I. CHOW, Ilro. Yancey has pi veil us many good he l) lino Mammoth; id bv Smith's Mammoth, Hlick-e)e- J I iger Susan bj dim Stanford, Ky t d'auiby l.ee" Mohawk, he b old Muhtwk, dam 0 am h) Albert. I have bought tight 19 sell lh lectures at the school with one convert. imported, ldilamb) 'I allmlt s P.ilifn. he b) Imp Waihlng .MacTime the am now prepared Infur.i 1 7 ilim Ii) Aljennc mil at the Palifot andiiiil af .1 Wvrri'r Icnneti We have a pood Sunday-schoo- l a il.im by (ire) Alfred Is 3 sears old, about ij hands hijh, black He nil who may wish to save iheir clothes fr un 1 He Cordei will stind sAith mealy noe. fine lensth and form. 9 dim a mire piirehnsed in Virginia!) Caul. Geo, rubbing and tearing incident to the old pro. esv ' church. old Walker's Jack and out of my 111 ssniijree Hashing, sired by Arch Hnrornut lor nrecuing, uni lake one an J try il and bi convli $10 to iiuure a stand this jack AT TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. I II not worry now lost, believed to be by Araeriv a!nml lni)irg unless ) oil are f Jerry Knpleman, of color, sold It. 1 . Jennet I will up. walk around atthe mare and suck, s 10 dim b) Imp Monk) coll to net ly satisfied a tn lis nierlls. UF.CORD, i 5S Hnhble dops for $H. He thinks next ill' niTcoh no pay. Phis Jack has siien w percent dam hy Imp Medici the Fliren e I he iiiulersigncil have piirrhiseil it I 11 ill in b) Imp shark Wathing machine and afitr a thorough Unl. we ho will get some one to feed them for belter saliifaction than an Jack eier stood 1 Kim ami his rolls Mires bred to I take pleasure in adding our leititneii) toil, w rt fulcd is.;bx 13 dim b) Imp Kearnaiighl Havstilllon 15 and traded or remoied about SI. 50. Mrs. Pollard Inn a living either of these without satisfjim me that from the Princeps, jj( slreol lands high,1 311 performers and without hesitation prumwnce it a siii.es, seiuntecn they are neighborhood llaie alioa good jack, that will serve mures Id He ever) partli.ilar.il.'in,- - all that is claimed f r it -, Dirk gray Jark. 16 hinds high. 7 )ers. curiosity in the shape of n chicken with not in foal, forfeit the season and the money is due. First dim lUtmte, b) Hamlet, loo, the sire of A r Siv Dollars, an sinie lermt as the bir Wro Dauglieil), J W. Wallaie, Dr. lUurnaudi a is well bred and f Ibe Jim Purler s. until the eas,,n Pasture for mares al Ji $ per misnih No r bought a bay 1 also hold a lien on the colt AS AND1.KSO.N is V Panlllnd aio; id dam Lirn'ora, sire cf Dexter, two heads. Jack Yeakey be the sire "f the llurk Mrs S P Salicr,.i.C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lew, hue breeder Is sud I s. I KVIS JJI.h) Hunblctinlan, lo, the 16 Sit. an spvlisihiht) for an idents p1(j. Will lludderar, J. 1'.. I.)nn. L. I. Dawson, (' juk, that sold afewweets ajo for Ji.H.i t7i ; Ji dim by linn Consternation; (th dam by Amnd Peak, (ieurge Pe)tn. Alex Hal" iniiro from Hill Home for Hy It M Johlimn, Ajetit 14 stand at Wnshlngtoii Gray ; Jth dam MoglO' V '"'P ,)io-medC. C Fields. Alberl Camden, Sim Kamo, K .law. Mclvin, a man of good speech and w, A M. Felan I and many others Princeps, 5J4, the sire of lrinkct 1 v uml 10 M 1 .r.LklV. $20 FOR JENNETS AND $1 0 FOR MARES I.. Ilarn business turn, bought H. V. Kngleman's oo.lford records of 3 Jo or belter J by others with Ha.idiiarters at s s Mvers'si I inn, loll Iu Insure a and Nut S , " "f Mambrino Chef anil Mambrlno about two months ago, to Second cousin to MaudWoodlay Kjc-Se- e stock of goods I. ion retained on colt till the seasui it pint W.Kidblne, dim of W'edgew'd all First dun take effect April 1, 188S. And the eirect Primrose, sister to Mulmaivjii, dam of MsiictU, I. It llRll.lll. sire I will keep f 'I service tin season at in) farm Krlcsson Jr. is bj Kricun (Sin a,;o lit hy I6i, Abdallali dam of Goldsmith Maid lr)antiville. Kv was that the goods were invoiced and Membrtno Chief, by Memhrlno Paymaster, dam trial 1jddam b)llbck Rose, 15, olDirknes, 1 t; anil miles south of J uni 11 hi lit), three cks and 3, March, i$Jt a I4; 1r1.1l sons Goliath i 30. bv Pom I'ci iiier : til dam Imrsr, all combined tns x II rse iiellailapted to he had found a the dam of up lh iLsms ofHis in thi. sired 11 and his the man wrote back that lR s lo lltt m. cult kiss. addle anil lurnesspurp net ana tne jack in en hy Cannon's Whip. 41I1 dun bj llobin tiray . XtVKTIN o. hy Is half brother to Knc, record of ets and mares, Hn cwavo. kv ,Mx . rht Innlwetiui at J.l t inbetter thing than to take the goods. So Krrn-sonj- r Hamlet 10-- the site of A V Pantlind n mu'e to Kohert liontier nt Volunteer 5j, sln of St Julieni ii!j, tilostcr 1 17 , re a lick r dt A m nths uld tlltim-ur- e and a3K at a ho leaves as a bonus so far all the good j I'll lmrst '1 'C'lei'isvmt ' naiiTCHiCAsO lit or jennet colt ! iteainng time Albright .V Martin bsrg t inform thir maiv oiunteer S3 " lurannnrauii i anil others. that age lor 310,000. . ii' s m and the jack, in (Sim t First dam b) lloduc hj old Pilot, sire of Pilot Jr. First dam Lad) Patriot, dun of Sentinel a ))$ by friends and custi.mers .vf the e he did Mr. Kngleman. Pilot Jr. sired dams of 11 in J 30 liit Young I'utrn t a l3i mt at in S Nutwood 7 to: Maud SPKC1A1. NOIICK. Ladj MARTIN & the3olist Membnuo Chief sired llngnoli I'huriie tliilm;lil) bred young In otferlng t aj)i . htillion to the thescrxicVs ntassured lint those liH Stand at Jio mi same terms V lien on allolts for ' 1 i35(, Woodford Membrino . public I feel Chief Ha) Henry ?) Fisk Membrino ... after Ing first-clas- s I i inare will appreciate lilm, not wily l ravi n Jennets vvili be ,.W , ,THE TURPIN HOHSK, Membrinii star a sSv,, Membnno Pilot a j;, North as a trotter himself, but ics a horse txhuse brieiling him among the Inremost In the land Will make the present seasonal L I Garner's, J Kricssonjr is a solid black, 10 hands huh and rank LOUISVILLE S: CINCINNATI i.ur he Asthe public is wed informed, mil He is a horse tint reiom-metid- s miles from Crab Orchard, on the Stanford pike, ueuhs ioo pounds devote sfeeUI attention lo our Natural Leaf T closed) cmtestid nues, pruxlng ' brands uf Kentucky's will serve mares at no pedigree, but sUrtc-- in scleral K'"'" I" "'"" and I hunielf eienif he had lea. rhankiMg Dalit s Ilne.rl. conclusively in each case that he isu gime, for a continuation of possessing the blood that he does should mnkc linn leiel-headi'race hirsc At Latoni.i he stitt bj (In Time, he hy forpast favors and 5 cirs old this spring, si-SerKesiwcUiilli; yurss one of the grandest stallions m K.enliuky II and others, win-nii)our trade, we rtuvain ; ed agiinst Jack ll.i)ilen, stonewall Jackson, b) Washington Denmark .vi 1 K 1 1 a a rr.AM.xa vices will he easil) in three straight licits, tune, 1 sO, dim Fannie, l) Kinkald's Hlli.l ir, he b) Imp At MavHvilie, h.), with Kigle llird llelshitxt' , j.I dinih) Frank Tilmage 1st dam $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, usacimpetit ir, wli.it w a apparently a dead I1e.1t, liyllflvil Wi.ic'iester, b) HUrk Cloud The tin. Money due when fact is ascertained or mare part. . was trotted In the remirkabiv fast time nl a 11 ed with. tine Jicl, F.ver itieiHpted lielween tk great i mn.'r weaning tunc, Mack Denmark is If pa) ment is deferred till after Description and Pedigree service is limited t 4" iippruvs. cities .i the I IIihi Kitrr and ChHajgv, and "i . $3 will he added. Parting with or niotuig mare mates old this spring, jet Mack, a No. i combinJOE BLACKBURN AMD BRICNOLIA, 14 i cars the fa. test lime and must iMfitahl liaiic ill aUo stand tuy huejatk, ed "horse, fine style and action, and a good breeder renders moue) due tween all the SomiIi, or to ike West an I Full br..her, the former v vears ..J in August, Sired hy the famous old Stonewall Jackson, he bye U be iinwlaiMil if this tram un Xorthwe i llmh are the same LOUISVILLE KSNTUOKY. the latter )eir old in Vpril Miller's old Washington Denmark, he bv the four-milirunk llnJi4enmlnald I tie l.lsailed I spr- vxrigui race horse, Denmark .Illack Denmark x heiglitn, 15 Hands lugii. mill nrnp irii.-ii.'I he superf Paring sin kweenplo) jtvrs pair hv Prime Id. lie i.v id Prince, he grand dam by llUikburn by Messenger Chief, ivj Sired dam bv Crusader, and ute .sired I'nlimited t AfUHn conditions as above with Sa added At V nn-A- t Whip. Stonewall Jackson's dam hy Abdallali, if not fm s.ime all ( i. upon Ticket (1tli.es In the s and hy 1st Prince, the Adams .V Alt. nil Imp Jaik, t 2 lot,, He is 14A hands sireot AND .. hiirh. paid before weaning tune. and general make olhc-r-s Maud Messenger Curr),liy AMlion, .lie nf il'xni lusy bv Dixie; bv Shelby Irvine's Dixie , i d THE her Jam b) Medoc I.) )iii will hied i.ur lime table and ticket. Siy Firstdani Lady back with meals points Vellie lirav h) I... id V ellington, he by I.111 stand my two fine Jacks HI.Ac.rs. Will also dam t Mim.in and stick lo M xma, il ) , id dum bv n.io, .Muggie K ii? wn "I 'lliorndale 2 K S POWK.l.L Henri Ward up first-clas1; ,lil HAWK and PlllXCt Jim tasatc msie) and hate a pleasant j urnri CITY. Mamt.rin.i.Mcdle),i.iiol Mambrlno v. lucf, II, Jd rsapoteon it a nie-- e dam b)jack, Porter HOTEL . D CiAKNKIt'S, Crab Orchard black Heeclier 15 hands high Willi ,3 Il II. M.UIKMll K Two and a half miles from Hustoiiiille on the dam by Gorman g.vnl vveiglil Ileecher was sired by Prince, 1st (iener.il Passn(cr geai. 1 S. i Hustonville and Libert) Turnpike Koad Lincoln Olenv is a bay stallion, 15, Kinds- high, foaled linn Hose Knibree, bv Pate Kmbiee's St.. new ill Cut I n Wet xjrnt. and Olh. cr. county iSSt; beautiful In color and handsome- In form and Jacl sni, id it am Klleri Hlvlhe bv lllvliie's Hanoi K A ;.i..vvs 11 true, well hilanced Kilt and has un IU'ksks. JI? V lh Ave., I mii.vi Ir nkv DAY. ACCORDtm PER hal I aniouily invite persons wanting to breed RATES $2.50 TO . I. M T I I ii. "It lij UK si ..I I. .. nap j IliiWn Mil rim 111 17 ft ami see two jack cuts 1 nare ir un jennets .mdsvvhenjve,irsld rooms: ING ,h,0l ,h, hMt ,e0mmM k,u ; disposition i perlcct and tits biimd vear His I.VVl lll'lllll.l . m as by tirst-claI.) Hon. the sire f hlsdani. M,el,.y t itr, Kx high foaled Oil. linn 'J Hay stallion, ss.cr. a son ot that famous mare, Doll), Private trial at i )c.u of age on lull mile track to 1884, bred b) 11ij hands 3 Inches C Mock, Danville. Ky. Sired j r.l.m f Illrr.lir 2 I7.and Onviard 1 J$ . ) 1st dam TURKISH a KUssiv.V HA Ills IS JliilH. wagon .Maud blood to ilie pnat Dark hay. 1M hands hiirh 'I hehr-.c-finest horse, by Messenger Chief, sire of picer, Messenger, by llrown thief 4(5 brother in by Young Chirk Chief. fast natural First damn l horse In 3 16V, the best hreedcT and the highest C. F, Simmons. St. Loula, Piop'r by Onstoi's Telegraph pacer silent lew will stand nl $ the insurance, money Kentucky offered to the public at so low a price America; d dam by Wakc-L'p-- J M. A, Simmon Liter .Medicine, hit'J ke, record 2 6, due when tha iactUiiscerUincil or the marc parted Young America on terms ho ami Onlot's Telesraph with iSo. In the U. S Court burial J dam by Old Sweeper pacer lelei-ratill.ZeiUn, I'rop'r A.U.bimmoni Lw-c- r nicer.) sired the Colt. he Shelmn's Pope, record 35 Heand iriat iu Phc Krffulator, Kit'dby ZclliniSV j w. nominal Luc) M. A. S. L. M, hat fur 47 )ean His breeding on dam's side is ser) much like JeThis tiru: stalliini will make the seamn i4 1'vS at cured Indiohtuim. IIIIIOISVUSI Hy WILKINS MICAWHI.R 339. rome Turner's 1 ij'4, their dams being of pacing my (.inn, 3 miles lrin Sltnford, on the stuntord ' DvarirstxrStCk HaunACiii.I.os. lineage: and many others too numerous 10 men season at Win M Rue'.. ami Danville peke. and lion The pacing blood has helped to produce Will make Kinsley ArriTiTi. Sot-- Stoxiacii, Ktc Sire of niack Prince Training Stibfeat $ai to Insure a living oltor ns c nt Illack Jack, 2'ij. T 11. Ileimi, Pastor M. K. a to and SiUwikkI the dam MaudS. 7oiyt; LOUISVILLE AND AT $20 TO JNSURE A COLT. Uiescison.casliat time of service a beautiful cnutcn, AUirni, lenn., wntra "I ai3 ifihands high, HeU yearsold, uiioa. a anouid nave Ucen ctel but Ham ALLEY, 1 uiiitili-1Prince Messenger will make the seasonal and IViligree Vermont tor your Genuine M. A. S.m. ba),vltlifine maneund Uil.iipeileet iniul. RAILROAD. l nn.l llhllilv iu.il.1 l s.nl.llr horse. mom Liver Medicine. I hive tiMii.inls ahUck liorse, loih-in iSj, Trial i:io',i, and the dam of Albert France, :ao .., l...l...iit s.ril Its Vt .Illjrtl CI...I I... lliibble's llnnirk. known aun nine i u sometimes had to rututltute and Wilton, jmqK The I, real First dam Mnllle Mounts, b) Cabbie Lexington -. s,, "Zellln'aatulf'foiyoui Medl n Ujlj).'. Ilainhlctonian, Isl dam Katie .Meilie hy llijlisr SOYK'S HAMIU.KTOSI AV 10, Hy Swan, aslilamhy Voiuil; ;riuis.s,hy liill'sv Viniiont, iJ dam cine, but it don't amwir the At my farm on the Somerset pike, two mile smith sengcr; tddarab) America, Denmark, which gives ,,x purpose." Helm's Yorlcsbire, -. v.. Yorkshire, Kv uu of Stanford ..... I.'. I.. I. IL-- ....- hv Imp v.. I l.,.l..d jd d s,,. ..... Miller' Grand dam LADV GKISWOI.P . .1 ..T..t ..r lli sitd.t t. sllis-k- . ill the i Dr.J.1t,Oiavet.Kdltnr Tit M.S.P.ACGHMAN, by John lllunt one of Die best race itlicLiin Kuiil) Speed, by Imp t.eviatli in, rVarJf. Mrmnbll. Tenn h , world: itli dam .1 T'i- Trial to wjgona:j3 Stanford, K) .,i. dam bx PackiJet: oth dam bv (iremdrixer, till dam bv itux-- i Imrsrs iii I received 1 package ul juurl Iter '5 -W M Ilk - Diiuvlllir, N) Hy FLYING MORGAN. t!i dam l MarvLind Pluitux , sth dam bv Man-nihiaieuicine, ana nave uaed nail of It. it otlfiUtn fn siiv.v, hi Povvel, Sue I.milt, It works like a charm. 1 want no Ver Mud IliK.k Vol I page- better Liter ltrir'ditor and ccr was sired b H.dik's Wilklns Mlcawher s taiuly no uioie of Zetlin'a rsiatuie. itiisiit It.iinbktoiuaii l a line.hig horse, Willi r dam Lad) llrown, dam of Pickwick, Wnstvle aud gusitt hiHie, ami a sure brxeili-- , by Sectcy's American Star, grand d.un b j si red In William Welch, the sire uf Prince lmps.ii r of Lance, son of American Niit-'lLance, son Hay stallion, fooled in t!33. t6 hands and weighs .il, J ii4, Jircuiiib a j)'-,- , llessle I can trot In was sired lx Uts pounds He is of fine si) le and well galled. William tc-lc-h a jowr better wflkliis Mlcawber Jied ouni; and left but few bv Messenger) Messenger Chief. Jr was sired tireidmg and dxk s H.iinbletunlaii. pnt.lle record Js, 1st dam colts ; but from his reat speed, rich promise of .1 Chief iSli by Abdillah PiloU Firsi dam own sis-te- r Pmiiu, 2 IJ, and Ii) Imported tlu- cLim "J Hxsltn's magnificent form, be gave abundant of Scotl s Alul sire of Jo milt trotter, "1 . tu tlen'l t'.corge H. l"homa, b) thu high, most brilliant career, both on the track and In the Thomas, record i ii bv Mainhriiio sire .es,ener, ad C lu-- nut stallion, iu1 hands uraccicisired xnKeius, Trustee (son lit ollc) tit M.iuvnrliio, ny imp Louisville I nislee, a dam a sun , t' r . ;- M11 or TlioiiMi aiorton, 01 . o) . t. ":e s'.... irrrsii.iwijiuici -.- vv iikin x ciiosxit ixuiK .. 1;. .............. u.v Kis..i oy aianiuriuu s....s., " .nicaw nam rcluseil tor "', I oilnngton, 31J uam .in.s .vicsoengcr, " 4th dam b) Tempest; jthdam bv liser; Ry.dvk ILimblctoniun. the grandest jiry living. il e Co.,el. Ac To her ust?hortlirn before his death an offerof leoit; by D.rnaby's D.miede ;th d..m Ly Laniioii s M) ,Umb . r,"e"i".tr, Jurther osmhlneU. hacked bv tlior si.icl C.dl'. .sedigree book for o "ay the great driver, Carl Hurr.sa) that dan, 8th dam by shipp's Paragon OalesmanJ .IU l l.ufra by .Highbred, will uuike .1 lu.c stock horse lit sdxk's l,e5!u Al tl.at In the death of Vhip; ,,. ad Considered dajit by ermont son ot Marnhrmii, Messenger Chief Jr -UhJ I'anlatoon Haml.lctoiiUn. ht Alrd-illaWlklniMcavvher breeder suMalncd the los, of cl(l dam h dam by Inu. S. )lh.an 3 dam by H m.r s(.ra) NS. 'kT"'". ' most sue.rful ,11c dam ht Imp ll.UI.Htn.lcr, ad Messenger.lllli..l.onJo" eleg rap h dm I.) On t tt le: -; his sons, (.real I. mi. 11 imlifcUiilaii. id d.un hi Imp uisetlr .rodnced ilimhlctonlan I ' ,h'1' "Ul'a Veruioot.hy Downing'. Vcrnusivt. .ire ,.f ,h"!,n- (dyk'aH.,uihtctonl..n,ivho sired both sire and Mam. ,,. in ll i;,,!,,,,,., , t.t dam hy C I oluml.us, and m ide .hemse ve. fimousa, rare, of of'".icr. . S U K AWA V has'sired 40 3 30 performer. ,1am of .1 AH lan el v. Irish the sire j uufiileiixv. 'J scut id Coluiiihiis, sire ot Robert 11 2 sons who have sired over 000 .nning Run: Tom was by, Harkavt-atl sire ..t 3 ,; Jtl aam I.v Iteir.ind, aire of Ibe d mi of Scl- icrforniVn. and has .ired the dams of Hirctcatcher and Kangha Hallongli. J'.V'V'.herine 3 o ,,. x u,chlc,s .,,,-- of the . New Orleans. Mobile Panlal-o- n So ,,,.; Dale-smaiidim b) ?,Z J1. l?r"Unr.' Angels Me lUm 's .. 1:3" '"l Leamington tor ilrVwf cr.wscs of Pan sir.-..(JllPa rA" trotting horse progenitor that has Wn. the? Meenger Chief Jr will makl Ine .clt.1.1 01 '83 ills see.itlutlxin.lo.ili.istiv..cl.L;c Uierci. , 1 ramp UIim 0( hinxit.a.n .lck MaNtnnont llhc l)i ,, , y,it. l..,dv lhruUBh,te run of Harkaway, llJlcr n,., t ,s Onl) one 1 halite ! p ai-- t in ALI.lfi, the - dams of his dam , Jf,, ,mi , j.j. ,..,! ire of HisTouch.tonc.Ueiicoc, etc, nlule through iso'iiE of his three greatest daughters Ihe or.Iy INSURE A LIYING PHI T Uetrate, to Orlando Woiin.ley, lUrdcilcher. Ihe ;41ntU Wilkes King jaojt. Nellie I. an a sire AT $15 TO if.. Thi k's ll.iinbleton performers a .jij.o.djw a rtH. Peurl 1.1.I ad) & 11H moTucnL"dau Stir, the sire of Caler.S.dtonand all the most . . . Ileutmv 3v-- I ...I) PuUl.cn i the-a- danu Ken- Micawber We Y..ulyllrivn.thedainofTiUn ,fxx-fr,- n audsire.in Kngkind. 1 hishorxvil.tand cl un of I "'l. A WAV . 1 11 . 1 w II hear ... 1. N1I 'I II s sN - t... Li ( ,i..iii.iiuii. , 11V.. and s re of - - - ., nsv. .DC KUUW A I IU ill- - PI1IT ly"- - c..s il Phil Thompson a i()s j the closest analysis jind we hate everv confidence ui ?H'ii 111 ..inline EMIGRANTS Kxsdvk's ll.iiubletnnl in.liv Abdillah, sr of he will produce sliced and it e believe those high, foaled in i4,Mred that Illack stallion, 16 hinds much profit troin mare, AlSir t a'.ur J jJ, 1st dam by Lharlen patronizing him iwllre.ilii a - -- f il it im I will receive j by Almoin Pnnce KirM dam by Romulus hnof any horse In hv Irub llvllf.. under, ad. lam One-- P.tc. hy llishop Seeking homes on the performers hi produce ux from moin Prince by Almoin 33. sire of Mollie laing, I ml r- - -" 3d dam Silvertuil, by Imp Mes the land, anil 1U nines snouu. in.is.e the dam of in the I t'ns C anrf bluest blood Ilrccd-e- r record Ja 30 Ii. I hire i.t sengcr Kys.lvk'K llauihlttonian is the vvorlliylhe embrace of the . r 31 wr't' C 1" r ire Invited to call and examine for l thcmseltex Phis is a very st) hsh colt, kind and gentle In Hav horse if. hands high, bx Ten Hroe. k , i.t Xuttie- 3 iSan.l 17 others vvitli recesnU i.f 1 V MMOJtr l, l to called Trinktl the horse and his produce. Attention harness. Itlackm nit promises lo be 11 jjieat horse .lam (dam of Fellow pla) and Drake Carler by ncilir;rfilrM of the dams of or better j i and ij I sHherH with records of j 30 the following extract: for the stud. He has sue, style, bone and sub- - Planet; ad dam .Hrolitc. hellovvcrafl sand Siieiirt Viniiont Downing'.) b) Hl'l's Illack Hawk, I nruiCi (title- ...... 1- .- 1 M.ni-ii.- n Mar. 10, lis; season nt I KN lll.! ail dam OL.MU, stance Will make ihe .i...r.. Hxlilllli ",v l.llil Vennont IDovvn Allen 1 H- -, I.v- - lints (ileinoe li lothesiurl l,H.k nirti ot Harkavvav never mad what could he I.AHs nn the same term. as .Messenger ' nil al- on the Jlore. j ...l.i'..l.i.i. l. .ire., lie-- . uin. ..1 f;,V eX,en0edped.gree.i.nd find ....richer l.l.rod I ... in iny ". j sPB--1 ,?lh hor.0. W1U se-.- iat aill ed Mason in hi. life untili xou l...ug!U itiii 'RSiSfes-T- .. ... una ana Larneniers ruaiiu.. iu.....s, . i....s-- . ne ,; . On r people wire aiisouueiv I i. rFI s tl,raclll. cal..iuler and Unci, jne lineiirignieM rrom lliisti.nillM. li.minea its iisc Heserveil two mare vviicu 10.ee . v ',,7 ' LU V K bothby sireinddam th ctrottcr i. man M.rg..i, .1 .11 Mill- ick Hi.vtl.,bx d here, and 0.1 j. K lUUOlIMA.S. oh il and got two colU, both own. achietcniei.U. He combine, the iiloixl a Vou Can not list trotting in.in- - Mill'. Illack I ..vvk ., 11k uld.10th.1v either for $V. of Uenc.ic.1 lln-ei-.... 1 v I o. dolfars worth jf ..c.. e ... 1 en k FKJR,' v' and Iixing on ivt.ee iiirnug . w. ,.,..,..-- - c x rirn v sr.M.l.lfiN. .' h uv 1. llarkiivtaytou.igsiernor.ir..uu..c....iv h.ss.re; . " "lr-"-' ' " ( Fanny II.. to... le .. ii hi..,, .s tin every year fi.-Aerol.teand .1 ..... 11. .vmis Ihe.u.imot leu roeisi -- " t, nun 77 , . . ... V iKurh. V., . . , . ....---- n- -.' arw .1 1.. lii.irc-lull. niiiiiiini. rii. i" .in nix -" il ...... . . rf.. mv 'I . " iu uncu 111 11 in.".;ne' ran ttiiiiu.i .iiiii l: if ' .:,i iirtti -.. ,111r 1 1 1 I .. I n.. and iiieno, inrice ... ''""...::.""".. ...I ........ i aVkisMI fr. TxlXTAf Y. '! more fatal to rhicl.fr . .ii.iu -- -" see V ill w.iiteu, i guou.uv 'J "7 "k aim the!.... "."" f 11 ., Lt IV, E uunUir of the-- groat lllaik xWiUtWjVj. U UL ," ., inarcl. during the-- time I vv.ls Irving to I.) getting prugeny Hut cor.i-ineI'n.t '.er s .... top of d. S "'at ihe finish " He is gre.ill.v ... tli.t I. .s intiiutnae ...uVfcmle line ,ooof a 30 ,.r whiter 1 would go under or htu II C.SVM.sthe loaledMayi, i?79. t a mil Mihi),i.) ha), . s'-- jA 'llsl . live. 4 B smxt-rw;, Mid oi .1 teiiieu) 111.it rm kelussire, thefamous len llroeck. Utter riprise.it Loliimbii. (HarkUx'. 1.) Old t olun.l.i.s, sire of W. A IirsslLL.mbands high, heat inane and tail, i smelly line W'l.'e.V Aituruu. 1 man 1 ' has been made, anil to be t r i S, dam .. Mcwa-iig-- r lie , Confidence and f....c); is h.A a natural and pleasant .Idler. II. KNfil.KMW, t harness converted p.ici-r- , brnigl.t Old Columbus 1 Dantillc-.Kbreed, fane) and when .luietly dm en in .... 'ii.7,,;, "unglv kn.l and Ins the musilewa.id from Canada, .Ire ,,1, CimfuU-ma iu d of its elTicacy only Ixlli 1 S, Columbus st)le ol goes like a trotter He 1. lugh-ta.- l - ! by thur- - Mu7rl .. .".. '.1. ........-- , 1 11 I Y .fv I1C1I.I.A.KS S'av lg.1l.1r 1 tl. llos.1nn.111l a r..l-- s. '""I . "ling I o qo-cenih third ueiieri.tinn. is backed bottle is enct'gh .1 liiinl.usa.icl; ; and .ilsosirc ot tin dim. ot Hen oughbreds on lH)th sides, making li.ni very active a'u li is guar- " .t h it'dred chickens jjajjajjajw in silt, in lorni nnu nnitu aperieci.tlornil 2 27, i.ouise N. 1 ji.v,, N'amcli.s j .0, lu ..ml M.rii-htl- v :. I .... s i.i.p il... 111.1 rt hr-- .. ctin' fity.!7H Voimg Columbus isI1.1. 1 sin of m'eetl If, after using two-- t lirds of . j 30 or bcttir performers, ami he ..in. tli.it I loddard's Denmark, he by I.. lines is, Cromvrcll A SPECIFIC FOR 1 tie, the buyer is not thoionghly hat 1: aired 30 or belter performer. OMColum .icu, Denmark, he b) the race norsc, i.ennia.., by THK COMHINlil SIALI.ION, Sir ot tne Loiuiiiuii. lamii) . vvuun dam was sired is the Ills lirsi Imp. Hcdji-forsatisfied with it as a cure for Chicken m bii. w, loniulcrI'.ast what , Sir i.re 1st the Pilot, Jr , blood ,ie Wallace, hell) lod.miiter'.Sir Wallace, he byd.un Illack colt, foaled m iS'iji by Coasleraaoi, Kc'ntiickv C'i ilfra. return it to the undei signed Albert, thoroiiKhbrcd, 3d dam by irginin, CI' CI.1) 11 Cxiloiiea354. 1'ascard 23". sonufAlrannl, sue of ofVirginiusb) Iranby, thoroughhred lie by the dam Alice O .. -- .A. Mlllini Hlicl. nil refunded. hipp mare nionev will iv.inc.s tannie ...!....' ....., ...;t ..Idm of .333 nt my iabc near celebrated Mason's Whip; 3d dam a --.ecu a the season Alice She'by City, in Lincoln county. on the Shelby C.t) F rSale b .IcK iixrls ,t Stagg uppresiecl e road, at $15 cash for the and Knob f.!ik Turupi-lesviitxand rufu.a season, w ilh no insurance, or $io to insure a ill ing P.l,,.. sire of llaimixa I7h colt, ound and a right. Jr, sire .limCassiB.liv Cassius M Clay, I'ascal bynl Harry with Du'-mgo- a H.uiibtl)enmar I. a dark bay, mane pent of Almoin, a.lK, 'Ibis voung .billion will make thcscison ut the .lands 16 Son of Wal ace Diiinurk above: 1st dam by MilCl.vaatK and and action, has big tail and pfice and will be limited to tivcntv m.ire. ,1 3fli(, dam I'earhe Leonard, hy .hand.lu.h.xyear.old . this kl,rrinr.A if a e.iuai. ler's Denmark, he h the race horse, Denmark; sireor redimont sire of (Jrantille a6: id dam hy an ..... American Clay, b Montgouier) a ou... - ; idd.im hi. dam o u coinuineu iiuls .r . son 01 vtagner; iu uam n.,ise.i- JohnCampbell, is a ATS 5 IU HI-U- K-, " If uknn rturlns the CIIANOR OF I.IFE, ereat in Kentucky iiatniKhnrnes., under .add e and:r ter. idaJani by o d Drennon Tom tail; fineishaped end by Mm.o.soii of Amencaii iKclip.e; Almoin 11 15K hands pi-'Shorss-.lia.--with heavy mine and foi nfffrtng Hi I 'U'ljjer vtlll beavolded ,,, ,rinn,, ,lv. ,kt of June. Y.m will KaiM in the .State in Abdallali, ureof (.oldv.nilli Maid, Am, . bv 'Alexander's n.a harness hor.e, a. a v,sad-.- highilsa natura idd er and will warrant him mailed free. model ringv; tindnow he l one bvxik" Uiaaa.i- - to Won.," dam by Mambrino Cluer, sire of d.ini of (1IU, ,(l tt1ctiK ttl,K hL. e that , rniiir.tneu uiiu m ..v.-3 14; 1st saddle breeder. BKi-yi.lUuuiToa Co., Atl.ata, G. . -D .. ., liiime. .otitli nf the lllter k.rntllckV-- . the best bnU Director a 17. "I d'n.Ka' 1 h l'1"?1 I'l"1'." -; hel eve ne na. iu' !-- by King l.enilr,siVjftrii Wllke., American, he dam of Maud S. a oS). 1t.,lw , le U(lM ,,, ,V,c-.,rgDenmark,by by Hamlet Hcimure is Cliiel, two c M Ulc Mm ,ur , ' cJ pro o d show two crosses of igrce Dennuri, . .. " ITStarDentiun.he by Jones' race hor.e he by Imp. 1. ,... nf lle.irv C Uv and oneofllam-Tlio BUYEBS' GUIDE 1. Denmark, (the 4.mlle II bl.toniai'i; built iixii a pacing and ihorouglibridand Sept., .cj1(,rcv Kenny Wllke'. was .Ired by I.xle luuod SC-r- oh ..l.-fnrI 111 il (11.1111. lie hv 'alcriiio, foundation Tl.i. Iln- - Inrl Is hv onoy-clopedllhis coll will serve marc, at IIIImport. ivukes i6o. slru of M.ittle Wilkes J to!; i.t il.im lie each your. It Is an Infor-matlo- a. a Sampson, he by Imp .M.uu Klrxt dam by Chorister, 11. bv Contract, Zilkihvail Hiawatha, tull.l.ltr lo Miuiil Wil n he f.y (Jl e.' hcroln. 1st dam b) Robinson Hettrand. Jaco' isl dam TKHN DOLLARS to insure of u.eful ed. ad dan. by Jim Hro nth. id, dam bv lino. by Duke Ik... liaiii. J 16, ail dam Ten a hy Mambrlno Messenger for all who pur. ...dheby Sir Archie; third dam hy Chance ofLurch 1... Itu.- - ll.wli 4.1 .Inn. lis- - 'r.ui.ac.i.oc sircoftlied.ini of Messenger Chief, who sired he hands lhisiiahandiomejack, 3 ) ears old, chaao tho luxuries or tho (aF .ore., 4.i dam hy Pirate and Ill,,, .0111 aid he bv M11111I . 2 i6Vi ; t u.unhv Dnvvning's 11a) K.. neooMitles of life. Wo i.X vse- Nlessenger, tthd tin by . oung Jefferson, paver, '"i :.."... r MHi a.,., l.c- - llrutue. 7th dam by high, black with met y nose. U illr.cn c, 11 few Is. in I'.inS-.UIl- l. I III)'. can olotho you and furnish you with " (lain uv 11 uni. w commouore , .., .. . is 5 p endlcl jtn 1 UC .IIKJVC SlOCk id- W.l. .1.1. .C IOC ""." " A dar hay Imr.c 10 hand, high, I.jle Wlke. 4(150 .on of ijeorge Wllke.; i.t nil tho necessary and unnecessary Hamiet Ueiiinari;. data by old Lexln fton, I) farm 3 ini.es from Hii.tonville near Carpen-cr'- a combined stallion, will c permitted 10 serve mare. dam Lou Coon., by American Clay, id dam Nil I uglier appliances to ride, walk, dance, sloop, HtCI 1... L'nlsvrV.V " station, and will be permuted to serve by Ihe at $10 to insure. kon.iosht Miiinbrino Chicl, 3d dam Mr. Caudle, eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, that for harness ni'l saddle. insurance, , stand the 1I.1111 uf l'ricson We will also 3d IIIawalTia by Iliavvatli i, son or stay at homo, and In various sizes, ruidforactlon,h..u,:,.y.eiaudesa..c e as a llStlll.S of Jmp Albion, dam Dulricr's M.iIJ by Mambrlno atylos WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, and quantities. Just fl.uro out For list Is better than ever, asd luoiild h In tb.h.nd Messenger Downing'. Hay Messenger by Han cnntrmpl.tlnf bortng of erirr ,hAVaqtak"n of my apprec.atiou of pit favor, tilncr., dam by Imp Mcsscnmr, Downing'. Hay what is required to do all these things at $jj for Jack colt and $15 for Jennet. JACO . . and hreediiia Messenger Ii the sire of Lady Martin 33,1, llni COMFORTMBLT, and you oan make a fair BULBS. PUMTS ....iliinlndllCCIlielU lorilnurcas......vs, ts b) Ham-ff.At ,10 to Insure. Taking sue, .tvle cheapest .tocSI 1'orteu SW Mambrino Messenger, .Ire of (ien estimate of the value or tho BUYERS' - (seorge II. 'iliomas, for Ihe beat three co Stock committed to my care und breeding will into consideration, we thr.1. this the tbouiand.or Illuitrallon., and nrarly IM race., tellioc nanville Fair who sired Scott Thomas a ji, OUIDE, which will be sent upon what to buy, an.l trber to i--l II. and ncmlnc lo- w. .hownln receive my personal attention, lira. furnished . price, for bunrtt cvH. l'rlr, ofULIDKonly lOceaU. be furni.hed at S. receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, 'Good pauure tiiir .nd.pecla attention 50,I Pbe at reasonable rates, to be paid for before rci.iov.il eVMra0re'keptoiiBrassal$permonth. No respon- and Lady K.J io'A lclulla a Cartlncata goo.1 for 10 nnu worth of Satdav Vly stock. No reipomibl ity for accident, or et. sibility. VorfuttherparticuUr.callnnojaddress. THOS.C. ROHINSON, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. v.1. not be of ..;eVi..nr..ent nccidetitt, but VICKi HKKnS.tlAJJ, S. H.or J. cupei I.irtin with stock forfeits the iniuriiiice. Stanford, K). 111-1- 1-a- Uahig-ii Avenue. Chicago, IU. occur Stanford, Ky. ltoche.tcr. If, T, relpomlb e al.ou d a..) n J.S'IKKLK CAKl'KNTIIU. T. SANDIDCF. 3 Will male the present eason at the st.iMes of his owners, 2 mile vvet of Stanford, J25' ks! At PROXIE. S5 t InHure BUEECHLOAIDEH,. ntc nt, Colt fiio to Insure a Uvlu Colt if i.ijur GXI.DEROV. lfey FtXlSTCi'El .... r.u, Fifteen Hollars to Insure, COHDEZ WASHING MACHINE Hf' )u i GRiUSTBY, 2489. nf ... WONDER t $0. i, jji,. TALMACE! ' l..nl..d ..I" io3. BLACK DENMARK! it, JJt, Henry Ward Ileecher, ,he,e7; c. ".""V"' """?"?" .lluV , PERKINS, A . rkTr'T;'. NEW FAST MAIL $io to Insure Living Colt, ), iiT, 0le it uli tt )u if. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE THE GAUP HOUSE, LARGEST IN THE $4 FINEST PEACOCK, JR., CLEErVIEW CHIEF ti n', .' jt HARKAWAY,2875. j:u P1UNGE AlESSENGER. i..i,I ..iraLsiftlij Tlu,!r v, to 'SM tt'i THAT FIGHT Tho Original Wins. VermontHambletonian $30 to Insure a Living sO i:is, Jr NASHVILLE ne. in $10 to Insure a UvinjjColt ..l.t... l.t .. THROUGH TRUNK LINE. ."' fe mi M15SSEN(JER CHIEF, Jll :x. STALLIONS j.) SOUTH & WEST; PULLLAN PALACE CAR$. Nashville, uo IMP. IOrD0N '1M. aw im. j. ,fSATTEV HlUKhN- '". WjflfnlJ ff'J'' TO' !. ... "'"''.V' .iigerVi. .,: .. ""? sias f, '7 K&.- Memphis, """" Atlanta, igqp ,, Montgomery, Little Rock, CholcraCurc! s and - , .... .4,, latla ARKANSAS TEXAS.; illlix s nouncnuiii.uuus.i f COTCK.EaAlT III, . jt n, "" '. ;thnnooU.?5''v''5'"7.T-"..7; ; J r n "' ll.r t w". )'"t, ''J ,; .1.'?;. .,...,..... ....... "". ij f g. ABFIELD'S tn I E:?'s5fw---t.nils - :rl '.& IB1. El , V t'u '" SANDIDGE AIIKslD. ... l,'kt"'""" v.. H Dl regUL atOR reinres fr 6M&MM 48MB j, Kamlet Denmark I TOM ROBINSON, Br:VVmz .i. ,.. ....... ,j irnvrin' ,.,. ,'' ' lo WOMAN'S UlSEASES TmRBl.r W1I.KLS. ,p- lfl to"r le or OIJTHLY SICKNESS. r.. nrin JACO! " ii .,. GROVER CLEYELANIJ. o m Iff. ftf ...... ' PEYTON EMBRY, iremlm. ,'r,n. riAt W ri l"i Jull J 4 sij l' - ' - ' 11" - fill rsMb ,.- ,:.. - SS IS s W M,