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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888042701 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. y i r-- ' ' Semi-Weekl- y i Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 27, d888. Seven-bushel VOL. XVI. THE PERFECTION OF CHRISTIANITY. ' NO. 22 I 111 11 s li ! i ! : i barrel at $1,74 at Tlir christian Mtom in ami by the Iihi, or obedience to divine piccepts. In- - century to lliul acceptable worship unil SALT. KAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP Isaac Hamilton', Rowland the'"law of the Spirit of finitely have no meetinghouse, salvation. word of (iod, !!. If tliciuisdonary societies anil oth- A 'null stock of Outlines of u discourse delivered lit l.if,," furnishesa. perfect converting pou- -' no or.in -- at horn or in th' church no l.VMJ CI T li1 luiiil a tfnoil ficjtlnli goods H.iwnKlo'iht I. M I,alcy ff.ilcj ami lilnckn rWlV ijAljlJ. Itowlunil, Ky., April ID. 1K8.S, by Dr. (.'. cr, ever present with us, and ever ready; hymn I) ok or tuning fork, etc., thin to er similar organizations eie necessary, country tnre Addr.' Cuumry Mnri1 C'.irr W mid ri'iiled the cellar lie ociuplcd, I nil! move there lor the present with my nie.it. Kcmcnthcr liS) have "discord anions brethren," or put we must come nearly to the Ihth ecu 1' Walton, Stanford Ky Kctulriek. of California, and published so that "they are without excuse." the pi ice, under V.inArd.iletnre room. W K UAMSIiY 5tf of the Kowliind m to tin other clans -- the cou- - stumbling blocks in th" way of hIiuhtm. tury. Then, by request of the elders l'otic' who vri'h IckUI-.ft 1 1 i. If instrumental music was necessaveiled Paul says "All hciiptuu isejv- - Tnls uiiiiii is ttled and clear. church: wvIVL. mite JetcctiTe work done, iiiKi'KKi.riu:. Matters of worship are plain and only ry to the worship and to salvation, we willnddriii H.iwLee,StunoiJ, K. cu by inspiration of God and is piolltn- youiiK mini who Hint been lor some ,(lu f()r )loctrlu. rtl.m'tilti1 for reproval, they are necessary to salvation. With- must come to the beginning of the Sth At A. l. Van de Watime u prodigal, or straying sheep fiom for correction, for Instruction in ii:ht- - out a command there can b no obedi- - century, ami begin with the Church of wnn CJ A Tl L' let. f.irni, Ahoit,l'ig h.ne purclu'ed the luml.er vardi of Metir.. Sow. urcil miii'peoumnj iiau; also me lKar, Oeorc I) Weartn and I .t llruce and will open andKJX.J411U. confession of his wander- eousne.ss, that the man of (tod miy be jence, ordlsob-ilienee- . Home. Few of the protestant churches, and wme cord The "things the fold, made i.itf ..,.,1 .., ,h ., vol ni.rrh..r,l of Mr ings and renewed his voustolivcaehrisas .Mr. Iick would say, i.e. or otheis till recently had it, or if it is thomuuhlv furnished with all lkidc lumber in rough and drosed, I will carry a larze line of window nahe. duori and 'hlnclo. Mv Hnuf thin life. A call was made for others to L,MMi uorkm Tini . :'.:lit.l7. The man of our opinions, conveniences and prefer necessary, ever worshiped acceptably till .1 tne FOR, SALE. from Acre atand Lot of ions." pom and1.1 picict lencea lurinerly toui uy' the Son. do the same, anil warnings were gi veil to o,M ,,KM ,lt desire to be furnished to ences, are, oil" and all, .out of the pale very recently. oare"' rcttoll-t;aleStanford Oood "r tvA milec '3'r Hut the christian system, as we have liarn. large garden, Kood houe and all the outkeep others from going astray; especially nv'jmt ,,ood works and no one can be of worship, and far tern jved from the liuildinw, fruit trees, Ac. Adjoint Henry and did the speaker dwell on Hi" sin aim CO M B furnished. coiiuiiions 01 stiv.moii. it must, men, seen, was perfect without these things, Smith llauKhman I want fm for It, which h N L titan more thoroughly of the popular dancing habit. He said Therefore the christian needs no other be utterly in 'xpedient and ruinous to (iod put into it and made part of it all err cheap. Alex Martin, Stanford. MT. VEBNON, KY. the dancing spirit was not the woiship-in- land can hae no other furnishin;:. Ad urg them to the corruption of worship that He wanted in it; all that was necesTHOMAS D. NEWLAND spirit; that no one would like to die dition-- , made ami provided by men, will and the hindrance of dutv, or the dis- sary to it, and nil that should be or can , Hotel Is still maintain- ThUolJ and to the u a Candidate for that, however those with prove hindrances barnacles, not helps. turbance of harmony and love. I'aul be in it, without offense to God or evil Sheriff,Mihjectl')theactionofthedemocrac oflice Jjf lnj Its fine repulatton. Charges reasonable. Spi in a cial attention to the traveling public. the dancing spirit might try to justify it, Hence I'aul .says: "Ye are complete in urged tin It mi ins 11:1(1) t "Follow af- - to the chinch M. V. NEWCOMII, Prop, ir nli'iiil its innocence, thev could not l lim" -- Christ; Col. There were things the early christians ter the things tliit make for peace and W. S. PRYOR, JUDGE. Mt. Vernon, Ky. 8tr. feel so on a dying bed; that death was (to this basis we have the divine inhi- things wherewith one may edily anoth- could not have had; an the printing press, Is a Candidate for a Judge of the to try bition in Kcv. the honest hour and the time '': IS. 111. No man shall er," and "by love to serve one another." railroads, the use of steam, electricity, Court of Appeals from thi',the id Dittnct, subject men's souls; that the lovers of the dance add to it or take from it under the mo-- t This can never mean to serve ourselves, etc. Hut they could have had everyone to the action of the Democracy LONDON, KENTUCKY, and of all worldly pleasures were blind- fearful penalties. It is perfect as it is. If or to have our ways to the injury of our of the above named disturbing elements, DR. W n. rKNN FKANK MKRDEHT, D. tl. S. ed by that love, and scarcely to be rea- you take one item from it then it will brother or the cause of (iod. human creeds, party names, human orCAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. & Hut it harui'ini.es beautifully with the ganizations, the mourner's bench, instrusoned with; that the ease was plain as not be perfect. If you add one item toit hon- mental music, etc. And hence, the very sunlight, vi: that the spirit of thedaiiec it will not be M'rfect. It would be like sentiment of Paul itom. "In Thoroughly Renovated and Refurnished. DENTISTS, JZE was not the spirit of Christ and that no adding a cumbering wheel to a perfect or preferring one another." This looks fact that they did not have them is posiFare and Reasonable Prices, Day and night t.. otioo- - s V. Trains are met by Polite Porters of th,is Popular one with the spirit of Christ desired toU machine; or removing a link tiom a gol- Christ-likand is no akin to the spirit tive proof that they did not want them. All work guaranteed to gi.e en Hou.e. site or could enjoy it; that den chain. in the that disregards and tramples on the con- I.'t this, also, be well considered and set- tire sati.factiou in th- humble heart and tme spirit wa Sjireiidiiii! the jrospel, missionary woik, sciences and feelings of brethren and de- tled. Then the question lemains: I. Shall we have these unnecensaiy the house of the linl and at the feet of is n pmmI work. I'lirihthuis are therefoie stroys harmony mid peace for the sake and that only with this heart and thoroughly fiirni-he- d THE GEXTS' FURNISHER, to mid for it. See of things known and acknowledged to In- things fur the pleasure of men not to this spirit could one worship God ac- how 'an and others did misMnliary tuit of the worship or necessity, the in please (.tod when we see and know 513 4th St., Louisville. 25 ceptably, even in I lis holy temple. work. Hence all human societies and ventions of mm, for th- gratilic.itiou of their ellects are evil, and evil continufeeling, and, we The fashions of the day in the Gents' Furnish, ally? There was much Two miles South of Stanford on Ne.il' Creek mvuuUiitioiih for the work of the church men in the flesh! W.CIIAIG ing line will always be found in my store. I am For the sake of those who have not many holy resolves to drink more are mi many b.irnable.s on the old chip of II. Tho closing argument in favor of Address inc at Carlisle, Ks agent tor the Indianapolis Steam Laundry, the deeply into the true spirit of Christian- Zion! The puieaiul simple gospel sue-- carefully studied the subject, I may fur the perfection of the christian system is best Laundry in the world. S. O. DAVIS, ity. double 1, negative; then positive. veiled better at llrst without any of ther add: Tin: I. There ;ire many things entirely of AND SURGEON, 1. We examine to see if there is even PHYSICIAN s LOUIS SOHIiEGEL, the-een with all the powers of lames, chapter was read before prayhuman origin and for human comfort, one dark spot upon it. What evil, incombined in opposition. n it was M.T. VKKNON.KV. er and In iff comments ollered, especial ami connected with worship, more or justice or wrong does it enjoin or toler"He ye doers of the) in the beginning of this reformation. It less, that give no oll'eiise to any one; as ly 011 verses i..! and - ICY. ate? F.xamine and see. You answer, ttlCIIMON-Jrrliri Oflice next door to Whitehead's Dru; Store, word" and "The perfect law of liberty.' .succeeded better, proportionally, of or for worship, the as all must, not one. Jeptha may be Specialattentiongiscn to dieses of children. pamlwt, than it has cut since, or ccr building houses Then came a fervent prayer, brief, but Photographs in all styles and siie. Pictures in will till our retui to the true scriptu- publishing and using books, papers, blamed for his rash vow; not God, not earnest, for the things needed on the oc- India Inl, Crayon anJ Water Colors. New deral plan of doitnriili church worshipand hymns, tuning forks, railroad, improved the bible. David in iv be blamed for his ucion not for everything. Then the work. systems of musical notions, etc. I have cruelty and wrongs; not the bible, nor TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. signs in Frims ai I Mit.nt very tow.pnces. song. 1. Are we not in danger of drawing never heard of any hard feelings, or disDAM- K. J II HILTON The speaker then said: Thure ate two down 11)1011 ourselves the anathemas pro- cord on account of thes,' mid similar the (iod of the bible. David was a man offer for sale privately the properly on Dan"after God's own heart" when he was was of proving the petfection of the nounced oiitho-ewh- o lot ATT "add to or take things. True, they are sometimes done young and Mior; not when he was rich ville street, occupied by W. L. Wither '1 he are HX3CtT03ST& contains about Hi acres and the improvements christian system: fiom the wonl of God," when we neg- in such a way as to be very oli'ensive, an and great. What mistakes we make by a frame dwelling of 7 rooms, a cistern, stable, nee. tlEALKK 1TcMiimunt 1. To show that the New essary outbuildings and an orchard. The lect (Sod's ways, or add our own inven- when extravagance, pride, selfishness, not reading more closely! sufficient for an additional building lot to be claims perfection for it. cut off, and I Kill sell the property us a whole or tions? The church is (hmI'h missionary resentfulncss, or any evil motive is man'. What good thing is left out of the in parcels Call on V M IIKIC.IIT, ROWLAND, KY , J. To examine the system itself, iociety, His benevolent society, etc. Do ifest, or when by any particular act the christian system? !.ook all over it and At Farmers National Hank 13 positively, .mil see whether it and lust opened a new stock of Men's and Bois' Hasc we need another'.' Can we do it without rights or feelings of brethren are disre- determine. You answ er again not one! Clothing, Mats, Caps, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, has any evil in it, or whether itlacksany having "the plairues written therein liddL SINK, 51 IT s O. IIOCKCR,SKC garded. Hut these things are done and Not one! "Whatsoever things are true, f. KKID Notions and Family Groceries. Also dealers in good thing. Coal. Country produce taken in exchange for STANFORD ed" to us-- ' may be done with no ollense to any one. honest, just, pure, lovely, of good report; goods at highest market price. Come one, come On the llrst, verse '. of the lcson 'J. Can we add a human creed to the And so thev will be done when we love all, ana learn tne aaanta:es in trade. ..... ..r 1:1....... " ti. if there be any other virtue, any praise, PLHHIHG MILL CQHP8NY ....1. ii'i'i vans wltmHt llPHrl. as brethren, and know ourselves and the think on these things." Phil. 4:S. "Xo lUvll. alll ' f,.,., aw of Moses conntniined people,. and . Manufacturers 01 . .. , ,. IXTSTTH25 . ing thiMiuiitliema.' name of .lesus. , gook thing will bo withheld from them deauiwnsiue jteiiauy 01 :;. Can we add to the divine and perAnd all the things properly belonging that walk uprightly." Pm. Flooring, Woatherboardlnff, Celling, the law was "not of faith, but he whodo-vt- fect names fur GodV church and people, to this chapter will bo left utterly unMutial Life Finishing Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, Here then we might close with a sys these things shall live by them" -- or and not be guilty of adding to the woitl done, when they cannot be done without Etc. Saab. Doors and BUndd always Co., Philatem spotless and "whiter than snow;" a In stock:. save his natural life; Gal. :'.!'.'. Hut the of God? oUciim' to the humblest saint of God. So system that absolutely lacks "no good chri'tian system is a law of liberty, for I. Can we add to the music God's Paul would say of meats and of all this It Is un old and thoroughly reliable, consvnatise things," which can be said of no other EDWARD H. FOX, it compels no one; it exthe present; compans, now tn its 41st rear with 11,500,000 system 'provides .singing the praise class; they commend us not to God. If hausts the terrors of hell and the glories of God any human instrument, with- we eat, or have them, we are not the bet- .system under the whole heavens of the ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, assets and $j,jno,ooo surplus. Its. 'rates are a low as any old .uul reliable company, with diviLord, in the entire history of men! of heaven and all the "exceeding great dends unurp.tsed, a reputation for fair dealing out all the guilt that attaches to the wind ter, religiously; if we have them not, we excelled by none and plans to suit eerybody .DA.XVIX.L.IC, KV. Hut to be sure this is understood, let and precious promises" of the gospel, to of God? Can we-- ' And this idea is tin- - are not the worse, religiously. "Whcie-forWould call the attention of business men to its us note: persuade men to be willing, but abso- uttfi-aHto his elegant new building opposite new endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per Hasmocd if meat (this upplicMLs well to evintensified by the fact that plan There are many good things in all the the postotHce and is better than ever prepared to cent, guaranteed bondson the of policies. men lutely would not accept an unwilling lli) Women insured same rate at nf tin' timet of (iisl's neoiile are erything of this class) make my brother human organizations, and we gladly rec- accommodate the public with fine pictures from JOHN K. FAULKNEK, ' photograph to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. sin i''! ni'inv . ,. sen ice. .Icus, wept over the .1 '..,.. ... ... 6 jm DUtrlei Agent for Kentucky mu toollend. I will never eatanvllesh while ognize this fact. There are many good f ... ,oy o, ..e.us.oc n, ...... s... . nil .... .. siuecrciv I'lirtim'i nv iiiiriiineiii.ti (.,urches aie divided the world stands, let I Vd mv brotl things, and many good oeonle in each. I liiif. if itln.riMi vim tiii'itlii'r 11s ' M'.i.tl.l . . . ... H. A. EVANS, A. B., A.M. nnd the sinsot discord sown broadcast er. see a. eiiap. ami l i or. Mil ;,, ,r Koin, f ,R. denominations, brood hen gathereth her .' ,. under her, h. all the laud? All for human addi- - chap. Tims Paul would cast forever, All(i WlMUl. M m oftilis. Tiim, nmy .. Analytical Ohemist, ut He would,'over wings, but ve won not! system of worship, away everything of this class, rather K, S(1IIU. ,,,,,,,1 i ta. mourner's bench, ' turns to a perfect ,', LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. not conuie them. He said! "Heboid I KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, ' worship He than give ollense! And he adds, , .Jiv ,, and ad lie in think it would be porlmp, tliciu:Ii . Hand at the 'door of the hear Makes a snecialtr of coal, mineril water and no ollense to Jew or (5 reek, or to tho mi to mi. There is some good in in- . mineral anals Anal) lical work .4 anv kind Send THE LARGEST AND FINEST oprnl,e.oor!ni()Uliit(t h ; m churcli ol lion, i. e., lor tilings oi tins lnmi.,lltai ij jt, n),.r nlace. for a circular i. come in and sup with bun and he wi incut in the worship for .00 years! And class -- though they are not wrong in And we inc all thankful for it. If thore HOTEL IN THE CITY. man must open tho, . Q ,i i. themselves. They are only wrong and is any f;ood in human eroedn and paity ., .. ,. inexpedient when they are ollensive, or door, .. lesus will not break it down. .. ... .. 01 uoiue. .ur is ti.c.i- no u.uu-iu.inn. P. names I would willingly see it. So far I And the invitation is, "The Spirit and it ever was or ever can be in any but a evil in their ellects. en RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD- do not. lint here is the emphatic and tin. tiriili s.tv i'oim: let him that heareth The simplicity and is imperative and of abso- triumphant idea, indisputable and clear This lesson INC TO rooms; "1... 1.1... corrupt , church. ... , . . . .. , nun .1.... 11 mini.-- i , mm t Ktv come; ici i.... ill" .sen ii'iniiiviu nun .ir:i- - lute importance. "Wo can neither please in this invest hr'ition, viz: I'll V w, le 1, imtakeo d come, God or have union and peace without obAll the jjood in all these is in this diTURKISH .V RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTKL. (.od is the water o life frecU Alexander Campbell serving it. I vinely pel feet ed christian system!! There w.lling and Availing to be gracious, and p. Then, to be sure this point is under- I inlaid use a hundred exclamation ISO. K. S MSRTI.N. rKKKIKS Q ., ., ' Hie preparations oil the putt of the sin- IlKODIIEAD, . K.,M A, iS3;. might stood, I will name some humanisms that points and yet not express all the glories . a cow .be in a concert; though lis being willing; (tod by iter aienl , in 0 Albright .V Martin beg ta Inform their many . ,; 11" be verv agreeab e to a jieople proiupt- - are not necessary to worship or salvation of this fact! P. friends and customer of the change in firm nanu , thegospe works in buna will totlo llesh, and not and that have been and are necessarily control ed and v Thus: All the coml there N in the . pleasure; IMul. 'J:l'--; and when the sinner, o and always more or Icks ollensive to.some temperance work is Christianity; all the MARTIN & PERKINS, " ,'" . . His will is, '. . re i willing in ought to come. lie mourners bench, Lof (.Sod's people and destructive to union, piod in nil tho missionary and benevo1 .1. Can wv in The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repi faith, repent- theouaca , ion; it . the Koinish Ainicular confession, the pace and prosperity in the church. As lent societies is in Christianity; all the ,, tation of the old, but intends to make many imo ........ provement in the manufacture of tobaccohich est, .I,,. ..! ...V I Ionian creeds and i...:.... ... In, lliir.l lor will be to the intere.t of our customers. We will . 1... .r..xt.i....i .h. hirn.i o ...11 r.i'i i 111, ......... ......... 11.11.11 ,....., ."...Iilriviiit' mil tln ...nltiri' ore- - party names, human disciplines, human .'nod iu all Komanism and in all protest1111' 1111 iiiiiit'll ir r ...... dewite speLlal attention to our Natural Leaf demon organizations for antism, all sects and parties, is in this hi' " , ., . ... brands of Kentucky's best le.tfl Thaiikuip ou ... If he wills to serve dod .. . Hoiver will." forpat favors and a.siu; for a continuation 01 O paraioiy 10 DapiiMii, toe uiiuiiiuu nun the church, human societies and organi- divinely perfect system. It is perfect p: Respectfully yours. a he does not will to siM e the devil, and ...I ....t.!..B t... ti. .. i.f tl... .111.1.J unit ti'11 zations in the church, for doing the work jour trade, we remain iivntll. .... M RTIN & I'KRKINS i,, iiiiiixinu lliu ritii in.i 111., .milt ill ...... of the chinch, work which should be iu itself. It was perfect before any of p is hanged. bo long as sinners prefer to' .....I HVI 1111. '. mill. ll'l, I'll ., llll.i ii.. ... I. ...v disturbing elements exist 'tl, and hii they are not lit to come. Kxantiiie ing to the word of (iod'.' And so of every done by the scriptural organization of these be perfect now, if every one of d 1871. 1888. e W would (9 y7-"-tiling not really neceary to the true the church; as spreading the gospel at them was blotted out of existence! I do Mill, a pa iv liether von iirefer or will to serve P. home and abroad, all that is usually in- not need any of them. worship. am in no way in or lioliuc: till. cluded in the temperance tpiestion, etc. 'l'l... ....I.. ....1IW. ll.ll'.k tu E3 tl 'peud'nt on themor beholden to them .. .....I .l..i... ..I flu. .ilifik. m ' .n inc .!..... m"v "'sev- - And here, too, we name the mourner's .Hpod,,,, and unreal plea that these I necdinakcno waron foniiiyoAdthinjr. ,.,... tjan system appears in the absolute free- . ,....- VKUHuM de- - bench and instrumental music in tho them, hut they have not one jjoihI thine, slum of tho human will. Every man has portnient of the christian system. say church worship. CJ that I have not got without membership . ,.. ,,.. In his own hands the destiny of his soul. iu That these have always been bones of in any of them. Weie I a member of a B lie may go to hell if he will, or he may contention, apples of discord, destroyers Ui ,,, 0XcmUgly inexpedi-gv of them, or all of them, it would doen to heaven if he will; v.od will not con- 0 t,t, of peace, divisive and ruinous in tlieir aiim.s , iw whiiu ttf add no jjoo.ls tiling to me. And then Htrain him, nor wd he al ow ba an to ()f Uk, rfl aml eirects, no ouo moderately acquainted 1 they all have some errors and evils, to ,,,,! him . in indissoluble bonus and and moderately blessfeeling, and with 0f ,irl8tl W0UllH is free from A OKKUIT, I'ropnctor, - - LEBANON, KV say the least. This system I. I...... " orag nun iu rum luiium 4.. 111 " " tho dluruptiou of the church, or when it ed with candor and the love of truth will all of them. It has all of the ((l :'d Doors, Sash, llllnds. Frames, Casing, llase Mold What a fearful responsibility! Nor can in any way proves a cause of discord, or deny. Let this point, then, be settled. JiJflK H HUFFMAN, injs Mantles, llrackets, Cornices, Stairs, Nestels, nolle of tho bad. They have to change one escape itl . Tluil flmv . tint inii'iiMuiri' tn wnmliln llalusters, Verandas, Store Fronts, ihelvipg. SUROEON'DKNTIST, hinders obedience to the command to and ' theirs, alter, anieml, . . , . : ,, , : Shingles, Laths, Counters, Flooring, Sidin;, There tiro but aro but two uImwcb: - - Kbnti'ckv, Stanford, Rough and Dressed Lumber. teach nnd admonish in singing which is oriosaivitu..., iseipiaiiypm...... ic.ear, Utn1 Ftlu,n T,)i8( kl, ,, Auth(J y the Send for prices before busing cl.ewhere. 1. Tho unconverted, or wicked tho Office south side Main, to doors alxjve Depot St, always tho case to a greater or less ex- and generally, if not as un.vers.iliy ad- - muv vmivnuy t0.lluv aml fo.vl.r. unwilling. mittetl. Let this, also be tixed and set- "willing anil obe- tent. j Whl T() uh yon 2. The converted, or Still thore aro many expedients, works, tied. ENCINES AND BOILERS REPAIRED. ivery, ,:eed and .$a!e Stable, would not bo a christian'.' The Lord dient." etc., not really necessary to tho worship, Ii some who sincerely desire to fear j,cip us to be wise! I'sulms 10:7 BayB: "The law of tho it; as meeting-hous- e God and work righteousness do not un- I am a practical mnclilnest with many vears Ixird in perfect, converting the oul," of and yot connected with hT rented a shop in roarofretBr The Massachusetts legislature, 10 to xperienco tires and all that contributes to de- lentil ml this let tin in not- eof course, since tho willingdo carefully tho shiner, .U.fwitwl tho woman's municipal suf- - Straub's tin shop and will promptly and tunas eu overhaul all Knuiues and Ifoilors oi an order. And these things are cency and I. If any of the parties, party names, need conversion. j,) not Reference. 0 truitnd to me. at reasonablu nticvs deeidetl by us. Hut they must. W TO II IN Geo. I), Wearen, or nunum crceug wtr or can no nccctwu 1. Thes. 2:13 says this gospel "workoth to bo Being More Pleasant 1. Never conflict with the principles ry to worship or to salvation, then it foldfoetuaUy in you that believe." It does O. "V7. MET&ALF, JR., lows that theiv was neither worship nor To tho taito, moro acceptablo to the i.Heetual work. . And Iloni. 10:17 says: or precepts of the gospe . Or with the spirit of the cospel and H.jiviitlon in tho days of the Apostles, or itomach, and moro truly boneflclal in its A1TY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE AGENT. "Kiiitli eoiiiutli by nenriinj aim iieiiniii W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. for nearly I,o00 years after them! Since action, the famous California liquid fruit "Itom. 1:1(1 says brotherly love. i... i... wonl of Hod." HAKDOUnVILLK, KY. remedy, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly superstumble, etc. a brother to none, of these had any existence till about this "(iospcl is tho power of (iod unto!' 3. Or cause Will practice In any court In Eastern Kentucky. seding all others. Try it. One bottle Examinations of land titles made a specialty. Any No one of them, nor all of tiem Rood turnouts and saddle horses always for hire the 15th century. This word is the seed of the salvation." t its merits. slse tracts of limber, coal and mineral land for on reasonable terms, London Is the m.i.t will provo L'. if the mourner's bench was neces"be-- j pettier, can be worth so much as point on the railroad to reach places in the and bv it the saints .were sale. Information turnished on any point and corFor sale by A. It. Penny, .Stanford. j in the mountain stitioa of the Sule un- - sary, .we must come down to tho 18th to respondence solicited. tian feeling brotherly love, christian " bis r -- - I I V LUMBER 7ABD! . . m - I . diir-ivnt,- " c,n I t - ItUt-Kr.- - ioi-l- y W HOTEL. g - well-kno- ball-roo- -- JACKSON HOUSE. V Fenny court-houe Herbert, WE I Fir.t-clas- s e ball-roo- 307-t- f. - .Fes-is- ; FOR SALE. WOOD WALLACE, I I - House and Acres Iancl pre-sum- e, 1 ni-ro- ru e, daik-lien- 1 PHOTOGRAPHER, J 11 R I D IS -- Irom-agel- s uega-thel- y General Merchandise, A ..icprm,. ......,. nsoi-uu-ini- ,,. to-o- h In the Pcnn Insurance delphia. pet-fe- et e, y .,,,, . T l'l ( I 11 ... m . . a a a I .,,...., - THE GALT HOUSE, 1 ,,,,,,. ,.,. .'.,, - I 111 1 f 2 Q H M . 1 ', ,,.,, ...... .... .. CD a in x 2: 1 , - I CO CD ..v.ii-1'l..iit- 1 I '""v" - r. n.--- , a s i Lebanon Planing I 111 . ,,,.,,,., , ,., - a CO 1 -- o ( O O O O m r o their-histor- I o-l- iii-i- I I ... i . ,. . 5TT I f' iii chris-ottc- u coasen-len- (J8i-tf- -- ,' ; A' ,l! f K 1, qpinrr ' V I I . 1 a- - ii-i'-- H life CHURCH AFFAIRS. ing the cash lo'sottle, he accepted a poThnt lie will'bo renomiwo sition as rough clerk in the nated unanimously and A Chinaman at Chicago has joined whero ho is now engaged in separating lmvo not a doubt'. His niajority may not bt as large as in 18S0, when lie beat tlio'ltaptist cliurrh and been immersed. limestone nteks as big as his head into Kldor J. G. Livingston will preach pieces about the Stanford. Ky , Armi. 27. 18S8 Capl. Thomas Toddv 1.17:!. hut ho is sie of a walnut. r Grove t next Sun- Hev. K. L. Warren and W.C.Young, as mm. to win as the flirt Tuesday in "Having- consolidated our business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, ,. t ...... ..Ml.. .... lay at 11 o clock. tt .11 November in rives. " : W. P. WALTON. are now prepared to furnish the West End with the purest Drugs The First Christian Church in hon I, n (.',' to 50 obtained, also Paints, 0il3, (Vami&hes, Stationary, Tobacco, Tin: repoit of the commissioners, who isville has decided to excommunicate all ( enn.t,r Oxford Ohio Dr. ,, us inoninors eng.igo.i in any way m , Maxwoll and Mr. A ..I. (irundv, werouppointc.loyt.ov. uueKiior io Ulgars and a full line Of Family Groceries and HUppilOS always on amine the accounts of the late unorupu-- the whisky t nil fie on, .Mr. .1. it. Krnst, Covington, mid Mr. hand. Produce of all kinds is as good as cash. lie vs. it. It. Mahony and P. G. Kl- - Win. fl. tons treasurer, h:is been made public and Kinuaird, of I.aneastor, wore Prescriptions Jlllcd atjall hours by a competent pharmacist. Gov. James B. McCrcary. tlie total amount of deficit is placed at win will exchange pulpits next Sunday, among those who attended Presbytery Tin: duty of selecting a candidate for Sl'ifMlOO.'-- with sullicient credits to re- - the former pie.teliiiig here and the latter and the meeting of the A: COOK, Ky. trustees of CenCongress in this district will shortly .lo- duce the sum about $U,000. There is going to New poit. .Mrs. Klsom bus gone tre College ' this week. ud vo upon the democrat, and a.s it went nothing very startling in the disclosure to Huntsville, Al'i., to isit. The Presbytery of Transylvania, over (SIX) republican at the lust August made bv the publication of the I. O. P's, uev. II. i:. .Morrison writes to wie North, met at the '2A Presbyterian church . .. .. ' election, it behooves our party to put its The total amount of those documents is Methodist church in answer to a letter pi. iii.tumv iiwiniiinr .. i iinvi ic.v .1 I' 1. ...i. j" ,' best man to the fiont. The presidential $.V.,7S:J.S0 and are in many instances for requesting him to hold n protracted ....w ,,. ,,.. ......i,.-.,i,.... race will biingout even a fuller republi- advancements on salaries and other meeting here that he will preach his first u., -iee, u. .1.,!,. ami rroi. .1. .1. uogseii wore . ... . .i. ........ . . . ........... .. I.... ........ :.... m.... .1. ..,. can vote than before, while the prohibi- Claims UgUIUSl Ilie ;MUie. wilUUI . ..I, ...l... I .inn mi. unn.iHiii .huiihih ni'iipiiivn 111 .1... vii'iii'lili .list-innil1 -- hlder Aichweeney closed his meet- - ,lK. .,.,,. , tion ticket will take votes from the dem- the Court of Appeals is on the list; ii.n...i..t.ii.t.. 1.. ocratic party. A new man with a limitis down for $5,000, &o. Most ing at Columbus, Indiana, Sunday niglit ; -M' . ,. lfnri, llll,mirili,11, ... u.1NillllM1iIlv loHc .. . .... ....'...,...... ,...- The following list of goods, suit. bio for tbis time of year, and buy ltro. Sweeney's the Presbytery ordered the erection of ed acquaintance would have u warm and of the makers, howexor, claim that they with liS additions. close contest, if indeed he were able to have naid the sums and it is said that church now has a membership of over churches in Hell, Il'irl.iuaud Knox coun! pull through at all. Fottunately such a i.l8H .i,..,. .. i,mi oftheamountiscollecta- - 1,000 members. When he took charge ties anil resolved to smkI two capable them of me and get the best: contingency as the selection of a iiewlj, 'fheonly man on the list in this of the church about P--' years ago the ministers to those counties to engauu in Paris Ken-i- inissionaiy work, man is not likely to arise, when we have action is Judge M. 11. Owsley, and he membership was about 'Ml. CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. their headquarters to the present encumbent of the ollirc jj )rolmbly explain wliy he is thon. It tiii'klaii. be at lturksville. one so capable, energetic and faitltful j xvas impossible to tell when the theft' The Second Presbyterian Church of California Poache3, John Gainesis about as sharp as you Cal. Evap. Peaches, and one wno lias never Known defeat. commenced but it seems to have been Danville reports the lollowing tlnaiicial make 'em. He and another colored ecu- " " " Pears, Apricots, Governor McCreary knows everybody nmning through a number of years. The statement to the Presbytery for the yea i tlemaii named Mill Hansford were Mnt " Apricots, Dried Peachos, in the district and by his uniform coin-- 1 methods prevailed in the ollice ending April 1, 18S8: ltsnevolent work, to the jieniteiitiary last March for stealRaspberries, Turkish Prunes, tesy and untiring efforts to assist his it iMa wonder that the experts have $'2,487; congregational expenses $.'1,:M); ing a hog. List Thursday John ran away Grated Pineapple, be they democrat or roptib- - K0tten so much light out of the chaos, total ,"!)". This is an average of S'Jtl.II.'i from where he was at work on the Lou constituents, Cooking Figs, lican, ho has drawn to him Mich u follow- - 'nlu doubly-dyevillian, who was so hon- per member and indicates remarkable isville Southern railroad, near Liwreneo-buiv- . Sliced Pineapple, Minco Meat, ing that we believe ho is absolutely he had to have that prefix to his liberality on the part of the people. Early June Peas, His sharpness consisted in his Apple Butter, vincible in the old 8th District. to havo scrupled at nooriin- - Danville Advocate. coining hick to D.tnvill and appearing nimWt Lima Beans, Preserves, Entering Congress with the prestige of j,,., uct j,y whi,., to cover his rascality, At the request of our good brethren, on the streets. Officers Italic , Shumute Pie Peaches, Mackerel in Buckets, having been governor of the great State Mli Wasas prompt to forge and deceie as the elders of Kowland church, we devote and Helm heard of his cs.up and presCorn, Cod Fish, of Kentucky, he at once took a promi- - i10 was Si(U.j,t in stealing. When he could a good portion of our space to a sermon ence here and arrested him Wednesdav .. ,or omn... nllr1jn? al t,, Tomatoes, place in the body, which his ability j y wr. Kvmiru-Knent White Fish, wi.ie. pies longer hide his crimes he fled and wt( ..Ak ,..has enabled him to keep and increase. t(H,k wjt, 1. Oysters, tt t,e mdiiey he could creeds, mourner's benches, instrumental ,... Hominy, ii v. ii rvj ifii i.r. ill ti 1111 .11 inHis standing is show n in the fact that he t.j.rv v remorse mid sorrow for- - music, ic, especially iiftiuuicmai mu- taken to Frankfort in the evening. Salmon, Dried Beans, laud lvvr ur;n, ,;s gniltv conscience. wasmaile chairman of the private Gov. sic in churches. We are inclined to the Sardines, Bulk Pickles, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. claims committee, one of the leading Huckner says the deficit will be fully paid opinion tli.it there is good deal of strainChipped Beef, Bottle Pickles, committees of the Mouse, and L'nd on the by the securities, but they are alieady ing over a gnat in the business, but then James lUker lost 15() panels of femv Corned Beef, Catsup, committee on foreign afl'airs, of which he trying to squirm out of the lesponsibili- - an outsider cannot most always someby forest fires. Deviled Ham. virtually acts as chairman, M r. llclmont ty, by transferring their property to their times tell about these things. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. Three runaway marriages from this having been absent nearly the entile, wives and by the other accepted ineth- couiitv during the week. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. session. isemles, lie is called to preside ods. -- Missouri sea,--- , a ci,ib.f,s,ted man, i MY STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES RLVKIYS FULL over the botly quite frequently, where old on .March in jail Maud S. was foreirryim; pistols. Tuum: will be S votes in the he displays that perfect know ledge of Ity an oversiglit of our Kistmaster . will require 412 to rules which eharacteried can convention and it D.N. Prewitt bought of M. D. our la- letter laileit to reach you in Sherman's friends claim that his service as speaker of House of He)., nominate. hogs at time. .ss-:s:- i he w ill have 'M'2 on the first ballot, reseiitutives of Kentucky. . W. ISandnll has Inteu apiMiintel Woodaidit Harbison's secoml day's 11 for him on the first McCreary's first work in ley's friends claim deputy sheriff in lead of W. S. Parker, sales, N( trotter-- , average $'270. Comprising Congress was to aid in Hfttling the silver round, but Col. Swope does not think he of Hebron. Peerless ami Hurlunk. Great complaint is made in Hath resigned. question, then the most prominent be- - will have that many. 'I'll store of Ileniy Ilniughton, Pine county on the failure of tobacco eed to fore the bodv. Six of his committee Hill, was itibbed Satunlay niyht last o( come tip. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS- wero for free coinage and six for stopThe wool market in Huston is quiet alniut $50 worth of provisions. ping the coinage altogether. The Gov.Mrs. Thomas Taylor, whose brain to ." for common - )f the L',700 bills this session, and prices run from & ernor alone was for letting the Iawdi- - but 1,400 have reached the governor. has Ik'cii affected for sometime, is et to extra scoured. reding the coinage of not lers than In Owen county . I. II. Maddox sold low and in a critical condition. Governor Huckner has .',000,000 a month stand as it was. He John 15. Procter to be director of the Ge- to G. K. Caldwell 07 sheep, witli'.'t lambs, Alex Poteet's house, near Pine Hill, advocated this in a siKiech before Con-- . ological Survey. at $ per head with the lambs thrown was robln-- a few uichts since of meat gress, the first made on the subject, and and provisions, during the absence of -- I ho House voted an nimiopriatioti in. Tliirtv-twwits toiioweu oy omens me horses were sold at Fer- - the family. " of sio0,000 to complete the KddvVille that the body endorsed his position and ,)rih0n guson ti (ieorge's combination sale at I.. 11. Dean sold the furniture and g t() reiar Uu. H,(;ilH , the question was eliminated fnun P"H-- j tin one at Frankfort. Cynthiana Saturday at an average of fixtures of the store and dwelling puiHighest Market Price Paid I'or .1 57.50. chased of S. W. Paris some mouths since tit. Me is author of the bill to estab- A resolution to investigate Tom a Department of Agriculture and rV( u. muninil ,.t.rk 0f the court of The first day day of Woodard it at very low figures,' last week. HAMS, SIDES, SHOULDERS AND JOWLS. Labor, whicli passed the House by a npiH,nHt )m m,n pn.Wntel. There is combination Kile of trotters at The excitement over the attempt to large niajority. Mo introduced the bill othimr wrom.' there, we onine. e.scei.t lA'xington resulted in 00 head being dis- as.sisf.inate.bick Adams, Jr., bus subsid-- l ana rcierrea 11 iomecouiiiiueo on t ays the farming out of his office. poned of at an average of $?t'2t. (edand it is thought that 110 furtherdein-- j and Means, directing that the surplus in '2'2 onstrations will 1, made, at least at pnss- Wool is being sold here at to (R,(!) JIJJ ( f ) M( the treasury be used to payoff the three have been made and a few oilers of NEWS CONDENSED. The distillery and barn belonging to cent, bonds. It was reported favor ier for tine lots. S. F. Martin sold 70 mules D. P. Hethurum, two miles south of Mr. Pan-oand two children were In Paper Boxes, ably and passed and all these bonds,' to linger it Co., of Danville, at $1 lOeach. town, were burned Monday night by an j k'Hed by lightning in Hoiirbon. amounting to $150,000,000 were bought Paris News. iinvndiary. The 1os on bothalmot Hon. J. father of repre- and cancelled. This session his bill for. E IS (iamboe bought this week of W. J U'ST IT. insurance on barn $1'00. Xo clue to , sciitative Nesbitt, died at ) wings ville, . , .. S. , International Conference of the Na-jack for $555. the incendiary. .... j lure a "" agea mi. tions of Xorth, Central and South Amer John A. Judy sold to T. H. Clay L'S long - Dr. I.ovell, beside working up an inXell', an attendant at the Anchoragi ica to be held at Washington to impiove yeailingst;ers weighing MX) pounds at terest in a recently discovered ochiebcd, on social and business relations with the asylum, had his neck nearly severed $ar Prices Always Reasonable And Clood'j Satisfactory. fca near this lil.ice, is looking to the devel 50,000,000 of jieople who reside ill those from his body by John Fry, a vicious -- President Claik, of the .loeky Club, opment of a valuable quarry and one al- countries, has passed both Houses ami inmate. Louisville, having refused to permit the .. ... ..ill. .,., ....1.. ..:..!. .. ....1....1.1 . w in..! 11111 u"i -- The peach-budi in the Delaware Pen- .' . mak.-ruilllilNM', will be of incalculable benefit to us; in .mi, to do busmess th.s year at , , ., MARK HARDIN, Clerk. ., fact, it is one 01 me mosi imponaui iiisiuargive every inuieaiion 01 ,,..,,,..,, utilized as a xaluable fertil- theold stand, they tlireaten to rent the .' .. that has been adopted for ing an unusually large crop of peaches Ijitonia race course and run opposition . "TT. Z . being of the same formation as that Crrrrt-!-. also introduced aid had pass-- this year. years. He ,., ,, , ,.. . , .... ... . races the same week. General Crook, promoted to Major inn iiv ll(l- JMUIC l reCK, .MICH., ed in the Mouse a bill to authorize the - Our galaxy of hop-- stars continues uu Hnks. -secretary of the treasury by and with the General nt Washington, lie is also as. toinciease. - Mrs. W. P. jigleman .V 'arris' HIuc- Iliatt, who f,. f,on, ., use such a signed to the command of the division of I A 1 approval of the president, to nont, standing at baneasfer, is the latest horse last week am! was seriously injur part of the surplus, as is deemed proper, the Missouri ' T" "1 we call attention to his line ed, and was visited bv Dr. Pevton, is addition and " T") -S- hips ju.tarmedfron, China state to buy and cancel . s. outstanding in- N were on ex- - some better. Mrs. Jndge Cml-rvho 1YL V ' estab- - hat an O-- L terest bearing bonds. The bill to VI'1 ""S!"."a IIIIti .!.-- r i C.r l.c lust five :..., .1,. .1. .. it u ....... ii ...... i ...i.. , ... 11- !.. ...,.i i.:n...i in iin -- .,,. ,...w.n mm 1;. . ..n.., m, f i ,Htr.n ihM.,0 K.tII weeks under the treatment of doctor for 111111.111 coumry iihi moiim. termiue privaie lanu nanus, 01 wiucu ue W,m. Hue bought a nice harness' cancer, writes that she is but little if an v law, 1W there were over 10,000 gelding fioni Col. James Funis, Lauras- - better and does not semi a very is author, will also likely become eiieour- ........ ... 1. t .t. .hi tm iuA.1 1...... :...... :.. i !.;.. itiiiiii. b... ..f ....i.K.. ... . .. iiiii. in in. .v 'iiiiiir "'""-"1"i.. ii'i.ii.i. "''...RniiMniiii'i..... ii.iii' in iii imii'ii Hudson,, of luir- - iiriiii? riort tor. for SI 7.1. L. . t 01 will be reclaimed from the laud pintles try and the total fire destruction is phu Spiire Childeo, of district Xo. 7, r.trd, and II. Ile.ulley, of Hoyle, purand land grabbers. A copy of his speech ed at SI lit, L'OO.IISO, of which the south chased of S. F. Martin, of llourhon, 70 to town this uiorningiind informed on the subject, now before us, shows the lost .':;,000,000. .yearling mare mules, to be taken May 1, the county judge that the Jjingford boys -- A bill Iuls passed both Houses V j great importance of establishing the D.in ville Advocate. had sunendered to him and demanded at $110 per head. court, which is limited to four years, and Congress prohibiting the sale of pools n,L'lr trml !l trmL Hi,.VK lw wt for Winch kstkiiCoi ht. About 100 cat- -' is a most effective and exhaustive argu- on ho 1.so races in Washington ami Saturday, at 10 o'clock, in choice cattle oiler-- , no ment. There are other bills of less im- Georgetown, and Senator Illackhtiin is tie on the market; ed;50 plain steers, tt pounds weight two cases; the shooting at John Kiddler, Having secured the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchportance and mum of a private nature tiie author of it. weight " "I'lslilioriiiir farmer, and Jack Adams, The citizens of Itessenier, Ala, hung brought $:SS; 18 plain whicli he has had passed, to whicli it is whom they attacked 011 the sheets heie maker with many years experience, all work done .,'iiin.U 7:..i '! iM.irliii-- ,., . with neatness negro for raping a white girl ami his .lri'....N. not necessary now to refer except to say good yeurlings, SO.) """"J;, .. . ... and dispatch, fully insured. done fully as much in this brethren cot. mt in nuns ami threatened pounds, $25.50; that he has Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the .1.. h tl..-,""" ",n """ !U)iH ill .1 W"- had done a general mercluindiso business to burn the town down, but weie sue- - I,,m,HIK m,,"I line as anv member in Congress. .il.l,. .if .'I'll tM,ii.. ..n vi'.ii.fltf Vim 1.0111. j eye. wno " f(1, H.i. ,J W.i..l..i 11 The amount of work that Governor ccssfully resisted .. H II Or IllrCl" iwi uir lilv . fev mil' was sightly hi'ttur than last iu nil" inmr . -- At Marrodsburg Tuesday thiee n is a matter of surprise to McCreary does V'tMIIJ Utld Iltuiti1 Stilt tie iiil.i,.!. 4.. ,w limit 11111I buveis took hold more freelv. ' h,U''1 ' "' " ', '.' Ie neer ladies died, their iiggie'gate ages one at all acquainted with it. cledltors during '.v t hands. f (In., nnir moles. J 1 ' about IS hours a day and no 'ing 'J50 years. They weie Mrs. Mary A. " .Mr. Ping claims that on ae mare mule, 15 the week. brought man, not 'even his bitterest republican Itichanlsoii, aged SS; .Mrs. Kli..ibcth count of the unusual hind winter just hands, $155. Sun. opponent, has ever asked him to attend Graves, aged 7S and Mis. Carrie W. past and the lateness of the spring, that any proper business for him in vain, her, aged SO veins, his collections for goods sold could not DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. -- There has been a great temperance and it is a remarkable fact that he has meet his obligations, but ptomiscs t James Crouch and Katie i'tireell make it waiin for the panics who had lespond to every Tetter boom in this city, but it will not be of never failed to written him, notwithstanding his mail any benefit to the piohibition paily. were umiricd Wednesday evening; cere- the attachments sen ed. -- The Young America get in mutter often reaches to as much as the Theie is a vast difference between huiug mony by Uev. J. C. IJandolph. then -- Mr. W.J. H0I1011 bus returned from man and it prohibition entire receipts of day at the Stanford a teinpi'i-.ine- e si this week. A beggar applied at till business tup through Middle Tennes 01 the residences in this place this weik We were in his room one -- uen Ho was told b i.e.irv, me uoteii ciook 01 .ew see. He reports business generally iis',.skin j for old clothln-- ' evening at tlie Higgs nousu in niikii-- i the lady of the house that 110 1. fusi ington wlien it came in and we know York Citj, was hit on the head with u improving in that country. Mrs. W. C. Turner, of Cijiciiimiti, clothing was on h.iiid. Aftur slu stt p brick b chum with whom he quarrel-- , thatthissttiteinent is not overdrawn. ' r We also know from peisonal experi-- j ed in dividing some of their spoils, and formerly Miss Ada Hryitnt, of St. louis, pod into another room the , ....... m ...,i.. . 1., ..:.,:it.... 1. ........... !.. r .1 Y.i, . 11 .1 mj i. . u . i,... - .u.ii-- ..1 mu .1 cm jf.iu ..f ii.uu.s ,hih innih' 1. .....1 ...1 .i" .1. mmonce us well as 110111 ine iiiauv lavors no was union, uew.isone 01 me iiiiiiiirn '" iimuiij, i.ti i'"i"i .'u.i. ed them to the mendicant. Another has secured from his hands, that no mem-- of the .Manhattan Hank in 1S7, when land, at the Gilchur Ilotino. hearing his mother sncuL young Downton iV McDowell sold Tuesdax of redhopeful of Congress stands ' in money and securities weie her of either branch bud hurting its foot and (feed to Dunbar, of this county, an i,,K on the ioost poles said it was caused higher than our representative in the were stolen. ..,.. . :.. .r.i Hlancho ( 'minors, a woman of mu- plug horse for $100. Sam Lazarus, of by the bird haing been rained upon ami r a3 ii iiiiv estimation Ol lliu grcui nmu .11 inu M'l.li.. PBC3 B "I ECKB- 1m ILouisville, is in town. It is possible lie 'll,'l,'' House. President Cleveland has found latto and (,'horokoe descent, was convictout his wort li and is willing to trust his ed of nitirderiu the first degiee at Kan- may go into imsmess Here, but us yet no Indiana tlemocntts did not in- word for anything. He a man of the sas City. She enticed u man mimed Jo- arrangements to that eflect have been struct their delegates, but all 1110 for Cleveland and G my. most sterling integrity an Just such as seph PeterH into her room, where she completed. rvpublicans de-- i Ilie, the no- 1Jlnw,j ''i'""")'"""! ,ciiiijfnitlo the National halls of and two male accomplices Killed him. iiuiirj iiywiwiiiiwiuuiii should lie kept in ovtirvtlin ami ON legislation, and we believe this view is She is the llrtit woman ever convicted of lice court lnduy, forgetting drunk ami nVoided an expression 011 the presiden- -' liar-- 1 tin! question. cutting up shines on Sunday. Not entertained by a majority of the people murder in the first degree In Missouri. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal in tin district. work-hous- e. Special Announcement. - School-hous- o : -f MM srx ZLT Z:,;" I . j- FACES. o.-,- oi 1 i ' M, WEATHERFORI) Iluslonvillc, I ' ,,., . 11 11 lu , ,. 1 . w . . ( I j n I i loot ,i j d in-(.- pt ,, , . j ., ,. i, 1 ne-w- i 11 , r 1 s j republi-jtailiainenta- 2n. , -t rT ltrad-(.overn- MKW yoick mis;: imdtatoes, j -- otic-re- 'S white YEur.oiar ontxont sets "' I BTJIiK AITD ., FAFEB GAKDE1T SEEDS. o j Hen-lis- h liar-bison- 's j 'O -- 1 ((jjfflj) ft W hTA )M. n tt, TH 111 BEST INTHE WORLD. TRY . ear-ol- d $:SI.50.-Winche- ster DeiiKM-r.it- . ( s -' ( s jirouuc-measur- ,,,,: in-i- -- 1 1 " T. E. "V7"VITOISr. 1 1 1 i'r, . i - e 1 I j I , ?ISI! OBSEBYE ,'DrPO I'OT VWUJ- -1 I . l.- I 11 -- 1 1 1 -, U. Af 1 t(t 1 11 i 1 111 111 A, FIUILL .,-.. , - - eHOMTMEat'. - ' ' '' ''' WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. O - 11 .S--- f-. . -- ..W.-,- ... ''I -S 1 0: 111 pio-ever- y l "., - . . I 1 1 !!; 1 ."" COFFINS, I two-yea- ' GASKETS, ROBES. 1 tie-t- o -- $ 11 post-ollic- e. j rruiikv-Louisville,Po- st. 11 11 1 1 . , ' -- 1 I I 11 il, -- 2JiilSiS jjyjHMjUllllMkillHflMlt . "WAIili PAPER and FTJRNTTTJRE. ALWAYS ' 1 , -' COMPLETEISTOCK HAND. J 4 ? fctNl M,. y, A , , .Vn'ij'i jititC. 1 1U !6TA"ii infill 'WiilifnliM'i ajl&JLo4HH0li4at6iitm t- - L1 " - I " jU tmf After many temporary reunions and long FRANK V. HERBERT, D. D. t. ', D. TRNNV. separations tho complcto schism waa finally D. 'declared on July 10, 10M, when the Roman & it n ItrsiiUrrt In 1.000 Conventions tin legates solemnly laid on the altar of Sr, CELEBRATE der llrrlniin'a I'rrttt lilng. SOON opened on Lnncaster at., J 'I'. IIAKItlSha VILL QRIOHT YOUNG PEOPLE WHO WERE RUSSIA Sophia, at Constantinople, tho sentenco of next door to the Interior Journal office, u Thomas Harrison, tlio "boy preacher," has ANNIVERSARY. AN IMPORTANT excommunication against tho Patriarch lock t( saddlery unod. which lie will tell privateBORN VERY RICH. ly during the week ami on every hatun'" anJ boon In Now York for tho jxut ilovon wcek-- i Cnerulnrlus and nil who should adhere to WOfli'eon l.ancantt-t Vl covin day will hold auctions, wnett he will dispose atlrring up tho Methodists to renewed tool, "..rP"- him. In tho meantime, however, tbo Greeks vte All work guaranteed ti of nit kind) ol harness anil saddlery goods teen y Tlila Year l ttio OOOtli of r.iiil:' ninl bringing mnny wandering sheep Into tbo llin loiirlli lirnnmtlnii of tho lUllroud had converted tho Russians and Bulgarians, tire utifaction (tin anil ns Russia grow tho naturally became tho llUtory mill SlKiilile.itieo of fold. t.ir' KIiik'k I'limlly 1 AppeHrltiK To eolubrato Uil h grand Jubilee revival Dliroretieo I Jet ween tlio Itotn.l i nnd patron nnd political supporter of tho Greek mill Since, mill Hero Are l'ortrlt wn inaugurated, to lout threw day. Catholic church. tlie (ireoU Clinreliea. TMCta of Illlcreat. PUnOIIASINO ACJKNT, Tho llmt meeting win hold In tho spacious It would fill many columns llko this to giro avenue, USSIA is innklti" tho merest outlino of tho quarrels, complicaTho Original Wins. - - - Cincinnati, O. Central Methodist church on Hovcnth tho conThe fourth gfiiorotlon of tho VnndorbllU Hotol Emory, great prep:ir.itioin tion and wars that have grown out of tho near Fourteenth trcct, to eelcbrnto C. K. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'r U now coming up. Comtncxloro Vntidcrbllt, M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Est'd Tho cdlflco wj to cclebrutn tlio Russian assertion of right to protect tho WmilJ thankfully solicit our ii.itrnn.iuc In pur vention of I.tXJO soul. tho founder of tho family, or rather tho tSo, In the U. S, Court unriATs J. and it wns found Wth unnivei'snry church. Four hundred years nf ter tho final ciM'tnir lor people outside of t lie citv, In anr line packed with H.Zeitln, Prop'r A. Q.SImmoni Livnt k'ooil,U -- Drv tjooiln, .Milllncrv, Motions ol to leave the doors and window soieii o founder of It wcnlth, M tload. His Ron, of tho national sop.iration, tho Turks captured Constant er Iteeulator, Kifd by Zellin 1863. nil Muds, Furniture anil Carpi t twrtlct-psibtho i Wllllnm II. VfJiderbilt, who Inlivrltcl M. A. S. L.. M. haa for jt iirm adoption of ChrisHint tho vast throng outside roiiltl ended tho eastern empire, but after Wedillni: Outfits unit Moutnlng Onnds a special cured Indioestiok, Hiliousnus. Jiull; of his iiicnoy, li dead. Tho KrnndsoiiH tianity, tl nt i, thu tho lirst arrogance of triumph tho sultans I nlso "chaperon" Ladies vitlin- - Cincinnati in tho rejoicing Tho revival him Iki-iDrsrEpsiA,SiCK Headache, Losv sliniiln( orllit mltig llixt trfcruues tiin thu nioHt Hticcv.ful that hnn ever taken plncu nro now tulddto ugeil men, nnd tho baptism )t Kin;; usually tolerated tho patriarchs. Ono by Appetite, Sour Stomach. Etc. C.7 '1 Charge rr,ioniihlv uro nj;el from babyhood to Wlnillinlr and most 0110 tho littlo principnlitiou on her northern InNVv York. Ilev. T 11. Ileams, Pastor M. K. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes:"! of his court In OSS. bonier havo broken oir from Turkey and Undcrtnkor Mrrrltt ltil tho slng-Itit- f. majority. imaK 1 mount nave Dcen oead but HMMWM IHh etitliiisinf.ni o!rneil to lnsiiru th William II. Vunderbilt, who Inherited tho ...J Tbo ifreinonlos gradually liecomo Indepriident; so, letwoen lor your ocnulne ,M. A. Sim., 4R VIL. strangely the sent of the patriarc ,ates and tho great , r, ywr. sv sv3" will Kommodoro's nionoy. tllvlded tho bulk of It. on tiro cotiKrt'Kn-liomons Liver Medicine. I have ti sometimes had to substitute tana Greek Cntholic jiower, Ilulii,now Intervene bo.wji hi jvtni. Tho dtugbtcM r.!colvd ml Kvon tho I rn? "Zeilln't ttufi" for your MediIfftAS'KiT'J tun jmlitlciil, uf Servlu, Roumnnla, llulgaria, etc., whoso on tho pwir cine, but It don't answer the iiaiW nre chiefly or largely of tho same faith clnl and religious. purpose." JoIikI In tho 111 Dr. J. It. Graves, Editor 751 rpPLCl tt h I c, ri ml tho Tho occasion with the Russians, and thus religious symPJliWICVUlt nlWUTHHICtgKUin naftut, Memphis, Tenn. says: bo n sort of exposiRrand old chontU pathies nnd animosities enter into and color I received a package of your Liver could 1j liwint for tion of tho natio:.' all tho varying phases of that "Eastern quesMedicine, and have used half of it. It works like a charm. I want na block nround. In growth, ti celebra- tion" which Is Mich a nightmare to Eurojio. better Liver Iteeulator and certho Interval of tho $& tion of its politic il landed interests nlso como in, and so wo tainly no more ofZellin't mixture. sliigln ; Ilovivallst I.CAtlMK Until have tho curiously contradictory facts of prop;rtfs and n Unrriwni njKiko to short, it is about Kpiscoiml England in alllnnco with Moham churches, tlvnl of the LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI t!io umbo in l Inrc. Franco what n combination of St. Patrick day ai.d medan Turkey nnd from ono tho Fourth of Jttlv. Christinas, Feb. "ii nnd against tlio Russian Christians; tho Russian I riveters, Hail), Suiltti In nldcof lht pint form czar iiersecuting tho Roman Catholics in tho anniversary of the Pilgrim Father U th" other in a Poland nnd encouraging them else whero ; a would lw In America. THE MOST RAPID ROUTE nt initio timnnir ! branch of the Greek church working for nn Of course tho Greek Catholic church KV TII()S Ho ii.ii hhort. iut nllianco with tho British that iiitnlilMied by law in Russia, but there milt N'titencoH. Ill f.ico I that of nn eniin Uvii such a rapid growth lu liberalism church, another (very small) branch acknowlI'ver attempted Lctncen the great niminctiial thuxMAt. U foivhr.nl li bleb, hit eyw nro since lbOU that all sect enjoy equnl tolera- edging tho supremacy of tho opo, but recmts on the Ohm Riser and Chion'i, ami heme jecting tho ritual, uud at one titno all tho Rustion, nnd nn olllcinl flmls his rallglon or the fasts! lime anil ino.l comfnrlalife train be pivullnrly bright, mid bin fciituroH nrctbln. all kImI in the South, ur lu the Wot and U'hllti his eye nivo iTiperly over CHICKEN no bar to his advancement. Only .1 sians politically lighting tho; they wero reNorth etl. I he counterpart of this train on all tho roii(;rigation, nnd ho picks out littlo mora than half tho people of tho em- ligiously socking 11 union with. Irutik line is dennmlnatetf 'I he Limited r.krci When ho tho convert ho ha made. As the Greek church forbids Images In the pire aro Greek Christians nlwut 64,(A0,000 The superl, rolling ikI we employ gltes patrons Cure ! I'nhinileil Comfort h.is llnMuil Im leiiiw from tho platform nnd and all other forms of Christianity ntid places of worship, and is not specially partial At all Coupon Talel Oflices In the South elbow hii way hum and thuro through tho C sunny of heathenism have their organizato pictures, tho travelei llnds none of these yn i will find our time tablet and tickets. '!) Mo IIurris4jn Nno tions. In traversing tho country one nitty cuthedrab which aro the (jlorics of Catholic n n. icrt Mnntn ami nick h Monon, if you want tiowil until lie reaches tln.'tu. longer ti loy, having Ikmi enpiKed in lo uic iinoicy and have a pleasant journey. ee tlio iili'irs of Shamnrism, tho temples f Europe. Tho Emperor Alexander I felt this V. O. McCOK.MICK. Ho work for ilfurn yiviM. liinl Iim, to nios'pjw of MohnmmrilanIs::i nnd luck to be 11 reproach, and began In ViV) to (Seneral l'aicni;er Ay--- !, Clin zo wn district, Wen In IXircbester AT.rrinu t. VANtirnnit.T. the syiuigoties of Israel; nnd In tlio cities build tho cathedral of St. Isaac, which was City Ticket Ajents and Otocers conukoi.vai.d c. VAxnnnniLT. 1S.VI. Hi Deo. 'St. 1;. A on lluifcNKk, jj; tli completed and dedicated with great solemnity e., l.otutvltle, Ky. !! w ill pai onaKiuglo avenuo the Greek, r w olf from tho door, but I. M. Thnnrnci, Hi Nine Ohio . Cinrinnali, wnielent to keep tho It apia-nversion dnitnatic wiv Vrmentati, Catholic and EtiiiCijpal churches. in ISM, and is tho glory of Rusda. Seventy r largo 09 'bit nil brother had tho nons each received a fortuno a Uiat tho dentil of a jounp-ufcwof thosects. Thof million dollars were expended on It, and the pue.tiont of religion t'uti.r father lnherito.1 at tho death of tbo arc the Starioversty ("Old lMlevera"); the squnro hi which It stand is the finest in St. brought li tin to In n Foriotn inantier, tlni lio hint been commodoio. Purltan, who refuse nil ceremonies no' Petersburg. It is built of red Finlnnd granU-Cornelius Yanderbllt has six children. found in tho early church, nnd do not uso to- - ite in tho form of a Greek cross, the four by doubt nnd foar. It wiw the lilht of l)ei :H. lib mother had roiio to church, Wllllatti H. VnndorWlt, now UJ years of nge, Ikicto or whisky; tho United Greelci", whu front adorned with porticos model'il upon Ho Is nt bo.irdiug school. Cor- Is tho oldtwt and lxi wns left nt homo nlono. Shortly I wint their church to join with tho Episcopal those of the Pantheon ; and its dome Is gilded LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE 'oro iiiidtilKht ho went Into tho .tn"twlth uulitts, Jr , come next. Thtsn Oertrudu, a church of England, and other; ono sect with pure gold. It faces tin Alexander col- hazel eyed littlo girl. Thero :m aching hefirt. It wiu rnowllij;, and tho brown baircsl, a child occasionally; another makes ti Reginald. S burned olTering of devoteos, and In still RAILROAD. ulUht wn bitterly cold. Huddenly n voicv, nro o1m two Imjs, Alfred and which nrvimil to com from the dark sky md 1 years old. Gladys is tho baby, being tln men emasculate thcmselvea to in. I he Parents atid children sure purity. Tho government of course ennhoto. rciUli "Son. c'vo mo thy heart," "I)t but 'J iears old. I IMP "' K home, whero it Is iwnn," bo replied, breakfast together, an I after tho meul Mr. deavors to suppress these Inst, but that only 1 1 U n I U U ri TDI1MI" L 1 lN L. ..an, i ,n K.Vo thw my boart, lyird.'' Then Vandorbllt often ncc?jinjxnlis bis boys In a Increase their fairiticism. A few year ngo ri camotho nrumcr. Ilko tho thunder of eter rldo in Central itk. Tho children dino at thero Mennonite in the southern Tho 11 sands of dollars worth of aity, "Now or nover." Tiiero was no clianco midday, nnd havo ton. In tho evening. Thoy- province, but they havo chiefly emigrated hickens die every year from Cholmany of them per- to the United States nnd Canada. Tho nawn-- s striking tho aro oil fond of music, and for n parley. Tho clock ' era. It is more fatal to chickens than midnight hour, and tho new year wiu nlnitit form on somo Instrument, and most of thciu ' ture of tin? great national festival and celeall other diseases combined. Hut the to add another to tho Innumerabli) Hands of liav InlieriUsl voices from their father tin year may best be understood bration of Willi- l'nilerick W Vntidcrbllt and ills wifo nnd by n brief review of the history of llcssla time. One. two, threo, four, five, six, MVrn, discovery of u renieuy UMt .yVrrv Ight, iiIiks ten. Two stroke more, nod ho children llvo In tho houo on I'ifth avenuo and tho Greek Catholic church. tures it has been made, and to be conlost .PULLLAN' PALAQE CARS, foltthat bowould lwtowardforoer Throw-- "- onco tvcupio.1 liyasWilliam 11. Vandorbitt. In early Greek history all the region north "" vinced of its efficacy only requires a "Mrs. Fnil.," tbo is endearingly termed, of tho Duuilo was Scythia; later, tho Roluvtvnn, ho oxIng bis arnts wildly n bottle is em ugh for trial. . and Is tlio youngr-- .t of tho daughters-in-law- . , elalined. tiavionately, "Now, mans called it Snrmatla, nnd tho people on It is guarsinking down In tho snow, h received thero fho Is nlso tho prettlet. Sho is tall and slen- - the Don were called the floolani. In the one hundred chickens. Louisville s tho blemeil n.turaticM that ho was ntimU'red ir, with pretty blondo hair. Though thoy Fifth century nil tho barbarians of tho north, of anteed If, after using ns not entertain elegantly, tho greater part of "Mrs. from China to the Baltic, wero in movement; To Nashville, unotig thoNiveil. At this titno h .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoiotighly Frtil.V llfo is spent Memphis, 10 yrarboof ago.IS His tint revi vol was held sho divsi so ijuietly nnd lu doing good, which Ai:i precipitated Itself on Europe, nnd tho satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken unostentatiously that Huns. was when jenn old, nt Long I'liiin. Avars and Bulgarians drove ether Cholera, return it to the undeisigned Atlanta, It was an experiment on bis part, but it tbo outnido world know littlo about It, Tho racei U'fore them upon tlio Homnn empire. iiniMsl so iti,cMful that bo revived to house Lulong to her, having lieen willcxl her Afti-- r these ranin tho Slavs nnd Tartars, and vour monev will be refunded. Montgomery, OCR LADT OF KAZAX. Willlnm II. Vander- - drising thoTeutouicntid Finnish races bo- tlxiiiilou his ktuilii'S and consivnijo t.-- iwt I iv her father-in-law- , For Sale by MrRoberts & Slag;. nran. tho greatest monolith in the world. Little Rock, it his llfo to etntigelutic work. His fnuio bill thor.r, and, after two cenuries of war foiv Next to this temple in importance is tho Kaipreuil tliroughoiit tlio land, and tho "boy nndco.-.iu:otlotho Varangians got tho ujv zan cathedral, In tho same city, so named Mobile and New Orleans. preacher" w as In demand all over tho eoun-- i per bund, and in 6JJ their king, Utirik, set from tlio Vjonderful picture, "Our Lady of Co. Thousands U) ronduct rcvirnl mn'tlngs. kry Only one change to pomti in up his govt nitucut nt Novgorod, which is Kazan," which is set In costly stones ujion Newport News &Miss.Valley noon tliimnitiila liave been brouzht into tho . In - ' cotisidcrcil tho U'ginuiug of silver screen by tbo altar. Many take it M lhsuh lirj the n'getit, Olgn, ruled the Varangians tho granted that this corresponds with th? A R K A N S AS & E X AS. On Friday, April W, ahta cff0.ru for grntid revival meet- during the minority of her son, undnllowid Madonna j .ctutvi so iiruirou in western Ing wo held In Jatio Street church under his the Greeks to preach Christianity in her do-- 1 Eurotw; but in fact it .saTnrtar picture, luspicr. It laUl night nnd day, and minions. She beenmo a Christian, but her and was found among the nilns of Kazan EMIGRANTS wero wrvwl to nil who grew sou irnmiued a Pagnu; bis threo sons ret up when tho city was destroyed by tho Russians, ekm; homiton the line of thu rnad,ill reiene nmry lu well doing. When tho general a frightful civil war, and In IK) Wladimtr, PULLMAN ICARS AND SOLID TRAINS- Special rile. The Greek church does very littlo missionconvenes on May 1, ho propose to after cotiipierilig and killing his brother, thit C'.hbuw fur rates route aent ary work; but in Russia tho government and ono of tho grandest revivals that tistituto A , or wnte t lonl of tbo Varangians, Ho conquered church together havo converted many tbo Methodnt chiitvh has over known. I . P AIMOIIK (ti I' '.. 1. A , Lithuania it'sd l.lvouin, Heil Russia and the heathen nnd heretics. As an entirety the I oiimHlc, K)' little Fiuuiih nnd Tchudic lauds, and became church consists of ten independent group) To Washington, Richmond and Ills llnrttiii llnjniHii. "Wladlinir t'ni Great." While n Pagan he having their separate patriarchates nt ConIiertha Hoytnun, w!tos.i criminal hUtory desired to marry tho sister of the Greek em- stantinople, Alovundrlu, Jerusalem, Athens, Old Point Comfort. peror nt Constantinople; so ho was baptized etc Tlio num'ier of Greek Christian in ixtends over two continent, is in duranco vilo. Sho woj lately urnMiil In Suti AnChristinn on hi wedding day, and ner.rl.. Russia is 51,00,000, in Turkey about 12,000,-Ot,101110, Tox , whero two ofltccrs hno Imvii all the nobles followed his example. Hew-eve- r, lu Austria a,000,000, nnd in ull other lately nrning'ng t nutter to extnulito her if the reader sves in thia nny likeness to countries enough to make tho total about To Loulsvllo and Oinciinnnti. ' to (juiirornm to tho way England bccaino Protestant under 0,000,000. In almost every great commer"Hlat'K CJItAHS KOITIO. Conncctions.dircct for all point in the Honry VIII, or Rome Christian under niibwcr to a chargu cial seaport of tho world there is n Greek he must do it nt his own risk. of swindling her UUA VAnDKimiLTX HHS. SUJANK'S AND nnd as nil tho Greek Christians nre WEST NORTH-WES- T church; AND THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE lover out of i J.tltW. Kits. rJllKI'Alin'H IIAUOHTKIW. interested in the approaching festival, it will Sho denies having From nro also four daughters of William Thero SOUTH-WES- T. tako on tho churacter of an ecumenical obtained anything H. Mrs. F.. F Sheiwnl, Mr. W. D. Sloano, council to somo extent. No general council CENTRAL KENTUCKY frotti Mrs. W S. Webb and Mrs. H. McK. Twom-bl- y but prex-iiof tho church bo been cnlled for 1,000 years, No. 4. Xo.. 1.. all IMinlt this lover, but adMr nnd Mrs. Sloano havo four chilnor has thero been any great movement llko Daily IS KrfECTNO 13 '87. mits that she had dren, two girls and two boys. Mr and Mrs. Daily. Ex. Sun. Protestantism was to tho Roman Catholics, I married a wealthy Shepar 1 Invo two daughters and a sou. &AST, .JITflJlJir. or the Catholic reaction of the Sixteenth nnd I.ve Louisville A- m a 50 a m 7 00 citizen of Ui hallo, Mrs. William II. Vandorbllt, tho widow, Sevento-'iitcenturies; neither has thochurch Arr Lexington. 10 35 p m 11 30 a m J; Ml., natnisl Stan grandmother of theso children, Is devoted to nny voluminous literature of controversy, so " White bulphur SurinRs.1 j lo a m ley. A young man them. Sho lives nlono in her brown housu, 10 p Americans really know but littlo of it, anil " Charlottuville .VMJunctyl 5 00 p pi 11 40 a m FA3T LINE BETWEEN is with her who wltli nn unmarried son, George. Sho is given , Kichmond. mi 3 50 p m 9 Greek in direct 10 35 a ml 6 35 p m claim to lio her to books, nnd it Is from her thnt her son Fred-- , tar ti".i.'Lr'j - s4wd - - only thoso receive any contact with them. " Newport News impressions of LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. " Old Point Comfort Christians linUTHA ItKVilA.V. !il 00 a ml 7 00 p m m Kin, but it is Mid crick inherits literary tastes. It Is viid that HSfiasa iin 40 a mj 7 40 p m Dut tit tlio history 01 1110 cuurcu nnu 01 " Norfolk.. ... ho Is Stanley's ton, not hen. " Waihin;ton 9 40 P n 8 13 p m sho always kept her hustmnd front nnythlng Russia, the wonderful growth of that empire " llaltimore. 1 J3 p m J3 P m Hlcwingcr which i her real tmmo llko nn open jwrtnorsliip with Jny OoubL Hertha ....iiitoam 11300am M SC'IIKDUI.KIN KITIXT SOV. li. iS7. in Asia, " Philadelphia and its triumph owr the heathen -- w.tt ixirn In tho town of Kohlyn, near Tho third generation of Vauderbilt inter-- ! " New York 6 jo a m, 6 id a m thero will bj tubjeoU enough of glorification ST. ISAAC'S CATIIEDUAU Piine:), In Prussia, whero her father herved No. 6 , No. i N'o niarrleil with tho oldest nnd most rofliu.il mnko the approach;. ; festival ouo of otith Hound. llvo year In prUou for forgery. Sho enmo families In Now York. Wlnditnir wont on conquering to the end to great brilliancy and rejoicing. F. Lexington Division Trains run by Central ti ma Kx. Sun. Pail)Sun to America in 1WJ1 nnd marrieil Fritz ICurko, usually spends tho summer In of his life, and is known in Greek history as Tho fnmlly Main Line Trains eait of Huntington run by Last m i 10 p in l mochanle In Now York. Soma titno after- - Nowort. For a long time Willictn II. "Saint Wlndimlr." Ho left twelve sons, who 8 jo a in, i tc I.ve Cnvinglon crn time, which Is one hour faster than Central t'u plil's Wnywnnl Arrow. I.ve Kalniouth.... 10 O) in, i) jS P in j it p in ward she formed thoncipriintnneoof Charles time. Vanderbilt endeavored, without success, to fought till most of them were killed ordriven a m 10 34 !! ."' "' I.ve Cyiithlana .. li as ADDITIONAL TRAlNS:-N- o. 11. daily exThere has been much nowspaper tnlk of cept Sunday, leate Olive IUIUUS i ?2 I' III Ilmndt., n. Honor ilealer in New York, nnd break down tho social Imrrier that existed into exile; then Svlatopalk killed his threo 11 40 a ni'io $0 ro; Mt. Ster.w ii. Arr I'arl ... , .!! ..1 I lit uini oui. m ?ia. ono between hlnwlf and tho "bltto i)l(xxl" con- - remaining brothers uud became king. About late regarding tho alleged approaching mar- ling 7 00 am; arrive Lexington 835 a 111; nrrive ut U jo p m li jii P in 610 p in niccveiiisi 111 Mwiniiini' II Arr I.etiniiton via m. 13 p III went on ill n career of duplicity until sho I.ve IMrls .'....' 11 50 a m to J5 P in grcgnted thoro every summer, Tho oppo- - IXX) years of almost incessant war followed; riage of Miss Cora Fellows to an Indian CincinnatidailyWinchester 11 3311 leave Cincinnati No except Sunday, p in II aj! p in o a; p in found herself In tho NV.v York poniteiitinry. Arr W'wcheitcr., 1' was viKorous, but nt last nieltisl away theii the Tartars Invaded the country nnd named Chnskii (First Boy Corn) in bis na- loop u, Lexincton 535 p m; arrive Mt. Sterling m; a () p m to p in On her ivlwio nho rvcuninicncuil her oiera-tlon- s, sition Arr llichmnnd J boforo tho clink of tho gold cnglo nnd tho completed tho desolation. When tho wholo tive torgiu1, mid known na Tom dimming 711 p ni; Olive Hill 910 p m. Air I.ancattcr.... '" P No. 3, daily, leaie Clifton Forge at 7 00 a m; nnd in ono caso took tho rosiiocuMo Arr Stanford.. . i CKI p III crisp bank noto. Rcsidea, tho intormarringo region wns almost bare of inhabitants tho in Etig'Is'.t. Wo present tho current cuts of 11 in; unoutit of (37.000. For this t.ho received llvo of his children among them tended to brius Tartars (Mongols) left it, but came again the couple, which were flnt printed by a Chi- Charleston 11 30 pp ni. arrive AshLnd 5 40 p m; I.ve Kichmoml . "i p III Colnmbus 17 years. Sho w.isdischargoil from Sing Sing, about tho desired result. Now tho Vandei- - when the papulation increased, nor were cago pajK-r- . 3 J" P '" Arr llerea No. 6, daily leave Ashland 7 10 a ni; arrive .It Arr l.esiinetnn... SJi. pin' March !W, 1SST. they entirely excluded till tho time of Ivnn Charleston nua m; Clifton Forije 7 36 p m. fir--"" I " Pullman Sleeping Cars on all thriuh trains who may bosnldto tho Great (U(iJ-150No. a. No. 5. So. 1. Old Dominion Steamships leave Norlork onMon-dap- , 1ii, fiirntiiiitiil tlin .. Tlnssinii mnnnreliv. ' mid -MiirnioiiK ut Itiileprnilrnee. :' Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Satur."-was tho first called "Autocrat of all tho litis, day at 6 30 p m for New ork. ' Tho World's confjrenco of Latter Day LlsiiiKston.. S 110 a in i.ve For Ticket!, Kates, Information, etc., apply at sins." In HKHMIl nil tho direct lino of Rurik 3nints those opiwsod to tho Utah Mormons llerea 5 l.e Kichmond.. to 45 a in ticket office or address a and Wladimir becamo extinct, and the no-- 1 Arr only Included wo hold recently nt IndeH. V FULLER, W, C WICKIIAM, ' bles chose for ruler Michael Feodorovitch a in oen ras r agt. I.ve Stanford .. . 7 Ktcciver pendence, Mo. A portion of the ineinliera I.ve Lancaitcr .. 8 to a til,. cznr of tho present ruling RomanolT, first f only follow imI Brighum Young to Utah, tho Arr Kichmond... II ro a ll tlin flront from KWJ lo lri'i l.it..r scattering, ioung Josepn omun nnu I.ve Kichmond.. J" p in fi4S raioeil Russia to a high rank, and for 100 lefusisl ullegiatice to Brighnui .".."'......! Arr Wincheiler ip in 8 ao a mi .'...'.'"r"' bis mother uuuilier of tho "Saints" gathered years pat " has gained territory faster than Young. A Arr I'arii j i nny other jwwer in tho world. a in 1 00 p m In ItsW nt Atntioy. Ills. Thero young Joseph I.ve I.exluKlnn 3 GO p III "' TWOyDLY. AUCE FLOUKNCE TWOUULY. 1 h I.ve l'arii..., 3 40 P "1 8 30 a ir. 3 5 P m t and hi mother went, arid tho young man ac It was a very jxxr sort of Christianity VANOEIUIILT WKBIL rilKDElUKA a 4 30 p m I.ve Cynlhuna .. 4 06 which Wladimir and his people accepted in cepted tho position of prophet. It Is theso 35 p m Falmouth... 4 S I " 10 oj a in bilts aro among tho leaders of fashion, and 9SS, and apparently had littlo effect on the Arr ComiKton, .. 6 10 p in 11 3J a tn 50 p in peoplo who met in conference nt Indepenmany who opposed thctu aro assing into obAfter Russian character for some centuries. dence. MISS FELLOWS AND CnAHKA. scurity. tho seimration of tlio Roman empire and the l'arii at On the.Mayiville Ilranch, So. 9 leave Miss Fellows U a daughter of Homer FelOf courso tby aro bunleneJ with the Infull of tho western jwwer, the eastern, or By5 jj, am ami No. 11, at 5 ao, p ni, arriving at evitable "poor relation," tho "country zantine Roman, empire lasted for 1,000 years, lows, of Washington, who holds n ikmIMoii Mayiville at 104s, a m, and 1 w, p m. No, 10 oottsin.' But there U little intercoiu-sunder the government. Tbo young lady has leaves Mayiville at X 55, a m, arriving at l'arii at in a state of almost perjietu.il decay. Civili8 15, am. No. ulcavei Mayiville at 1150 and tho railroad branch of tho family nnd zation never elsewhere assumed so doipicable been teaching school near tho Cheyenne arrivei at l'arii at j 10, p m. Thete traini are tho uneducated ioor relations. But no ono an aspect. But whllo court and city wero agency, Dakota, for some time, and met dally except Sunday, knows what lidouo in certain cases whero tunk in corruption that caunot be described, Chaska nt the agency. Her parent refuse l'arii No. is leaves Lexington 8 p in, arrive relief is neeilod. Tho tuird and fourtii gen- pure Christianity maintained a feeblo ex- to believe the story of her forthcoming tar-riag- o 8 41, p m. No, 8 teavet Covington 4 50, p in, arto tho rest man. eration nro known to bo charitable, and for- istence, nnd tho Greek bishops soon began to rive! Falmouth 6 50, p m, Mo. 7 leaves Falmoath m, 6 on, a m, arrivei Covington 8 on, a tunes aro glveu away by them every year. assert their independence of tho Roman DAILY KXCKI'T SUNDAY. Doubtless thoru U enough wealth and InHow to Make Nlra Drippings. Christians. Political and sectarian feelings ritKMDBIfT JUtUU-I- l 8MITII. NOTE. Trains j and 4 are daily hetween crease of wealth to make all who aro now combining, each discussion widened the mutton Save all scraps of fat from other DiailOl O. A. DLAKKHLKK. Lexington and Cincinnati; other In America thero traini are daily except Sunday. vice PRieVT y. w. nuArn. children comfortable. But doubtless thoy breach. At length the western church (r.ow and pork. Do not mix haccn or ham fat Direct connection it made at Winchester with kuown n tho Catholic church) iWlared as a with them, but try the latter out snMirately This organization considers Itself gpeeinlly is no law of primogeniture, and Chesapeake ft Ohio for Ml. Slerliug, Aihland, will all havv an enunl shar,v. Famlliea spread dogma that tho Holy Spirit proceeded from If you like their flavor in cooking. Mauy Huntington, Charleitan, W. Ya. and hattern cities called to defend tho original dootrliw of tha In arithineti-;aFAST LINK No. and 4 run via Wiiuhei church, and to opposu nml combat tlio tloo- - out faushapeiL Tiioy increase tbo childrenl tho Son ("Fllioquo") as well as tlio Father, object to it. Cut the scrajis in small pieces, progression, and by tbo time cou-- I ter. Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Can, be- ; trino of polygiutiy, which ttioytnow and in time this became tho main point of di- put into the frying pan, and let them tween Cincinnati and Kichmond, Ya., and Win. dimmed by tho Bible, tbo Hook of Mormon sf tbo present fourtii generation bocomo vision, Tbo eastern, or Greek, church went on the stove, taking cart they do not Chester and Washington. usti and women there will bo to many that on to forbid the iw of 'Imago and maintain turn, until thoroughly melted Then add h Through ticket! and baggage checked lo any and thu Book or Doctrine una tovenants. bo conteut with a beggarly destination reached by a railroad. Tbo church now ha missionaries l.t nil thoy may havo to tho marriage of priests, and was at length few slices of peeled potato, and w ben these For full parnc'iilars address any agent of the Co. million apiece. formally separated and separately organized, are well browned k train the oil otT into n tin parts of tho L tilted SUUti, in Camilla, F. II. MORSE, S. I), A. FKF.LF.Y, Sbonid bo used a few mouths before cooflaeaiaiit. declaring the patriarch of Constantinople to baklti. When cool It will bo clear and light Wales. Australia nnd tiio Sandwich Traveling I'ass'g'r Apt., Gen I 'asi g r AgJ., Ohio luu fourteen rock ribbed Ulundsall bo its true bead and rejecting the decrees of in clor, aud Li a very nice- substitute for Pid for book "To Mothers, " mailed fre. Covington, Ky. lilunila. Thoio will uu doubt all be continLexington, Ky. lu Laka Eria UuAUfucui Ueuclatou Co., Atlanta, Qa all the general oounclU after tbo first teveu. lard for frying purposes. ued and strougthciiod so fur as possible. ILK. II UNTINGTON, General Managsr. NEW YORK'S BIO REVIVAL. YOUTHFUL VANDERBILTS. THE GREEK CHURCH. Formy court-home Herbert, tint-cla- n DENTISTS, jtMKfk r "t-I-- Clirla-tliinlt- MISS HARRISON, THAT FIGHT nooe-wir- y i :Br,fiifei;8ilH Hlfcfflaaoffs wMi $mm Mh i ililo-wnl- l; wm 1 leil-co'ninier- -clnl, A NEW FAST MAIL J lia fv-- c "'"' eccli-siastic- n ten Itittll-tirol- y Cholera 1 ovnn-Rollst- , thi-ome- ' sac-r.il'- er TUDAIirU rU a wero-10,0- SOUTH & WEST ' Inir 50-cen- ts two-third- ' ' ' :i, T "" ltu-win- Chesapeake & Ohio! 1 o EAST I KentuckyGeniral R. R. 11 WEST WESSONS A pi A 11 szji k f 1 ms. J- I I 11 L" - -- j C ' ' "- North-Ilunl- ' 5), h. - 111 I rk$ 111 nt I Rl 3 1 1111 111 111 HI Friend mzv r, , cook-slowl- il ill IJug-lan- d, - OenOfflces, Covlnjrton, Kentucky. iyL .1 ;, t. , - A- - iT I Semi-Weekly Interior Journal U.c.WAUTON,nuH.ManaKer SI2S FACES. us to stale that the time of holding the Wayne, KvtsM'll ami ( 'ueey rlrcuit courts have iKt-changed by a recent net of tin anil tin-- cprinK terms of s;iiit will bo bolil as follow: Wayne courts1st Monday in May; UursvII oM Monday in May anil Casey 1st Monday in dune. All jirocesse-i- , bail ioihIh, ittr.icluneiits anil suptunas for witnesses, etc., art- n turnabk' to the term as now tixctl ami y no new piocwtt or order will be ncrcssu-rto make them stand for trial at that JvihjkT. Z. MoitKowasks it term. . UNDER A CLOUD; CLEARING HIMSELF The Thrilllntr and Absorbing Story of u. Groat Crime. BY JENNIE DAVIS BURTON. ,1.) IC Cclltllllled UNCLE ill lll-- t !" ) OlAITEH III. AMOS. .1 V Amos Bergman owned a cottage In a west side suburb, where ho kept up u i.'.ain but comfortnblo establishment. Hu was a bachelor of fifty, a small, mild man, looking even older than he was. One-hal- f of his friends and acquaintances regarded him as a crank, while tho rest maintained that, in spite of some eccentricities, ho bad a fund of nativo shrewdness that might havo been genius under different circumstances. Tho troublo was that ho had never been obliged to pin down to uny regular work. As a young man ho hud taken up first one profession and then another; ho had veered around to scienco and then to trade, and finally settled down to books and gardening for pleasure, varying his seclusion by dipping now and then into the affairs of the world, sometimes us an agitator, sometimes as a philanthropist. With all his vagaries, man, ami his he was a generous-heartenephew, Norm, had lived for a years in his household, the recipient of hi bounty and tho wea.her-vun- o of his ideas which had lef I tho young man a little worso off, perhaps, than if ho had been thrown upon his own endeavors in his tender years. However, ho had tho good benso to rebel when he camo of age, and turned his hand to the first honc.il caliing which offered, llo had been two years in the express service, and Haltered himself that ho was a trusted employe, when his abrupt dismissal brought him up standing, as it were, and cut away somo of tho which goes with youth and inexperience the wide world over. There being nothing to interfere, ho went on tbo afternoon following his receipt of that dispatch to pay a visit to his undo. Amos Bergman met htm with a hearty handshake, and n congratulation for what tho young man was disposed to regard as u decided' misfortune. "Glad you aro out of tho business, my boy. It never did give a chuuca to the capacities that aro in you. Purely mechanical, without scope for tho reasoning powers, but there's an opening now that will tax them, if you choose to avail yourself of d half-doze- n self-conce- it it." "If I can reason out a new situation I t 1 shall be very glad, Uncle Amos." "That's it exactly,'' cried Amos Bergman. "Or let us aay occupation, to bo exact, for it will be lo your advantage to work independently in this matter. 1 haven't any doubt of your illness for tho work, and I'll advjneotho necessary fundi for expenses, etc. So thanks, my boyl I'll have my reward hi seeing you win tho honors, as I'm sure you Will." "Hut, my dear uncle, wuat is tho work!" "Well you know I always said you had the making of a lawyer m you!" broke oil Undo Amos, with just tho leas; suspicion of anxiety apparent in his mannor. "Yes," la jg'ied NorrU. "Aud of a doctor, and a minister, and a Block broker, and I daro oay, of a gambler, and u cracksman, also, if the simple Idea were not too shocking to contemplate. You have ulwii.v.4 rated my abilities away to the upper notch, that's Wiitit is tho fancy now, Undo certain. Amos!" "It struck me, as soon as I read the reports. I said to myself ; 'Norri.s has all tho ndvautngo of having been on tho ground. He has tho making of a detective in him' I think I had it myself, when 1 was younger -'and ho'Jl see what I see, that tho second robbery is only a cover for the first.' Find out the man who Mole the single package, and you'll have tho root of tho whole affair in your hands. You'll make a uamu for yourself, my dear boy, for, mark my words, this is no ordinary robber.. Tlie.ro is somo deep plot, some scheme of wrong-doinwhich reaches farther than tho public suspects, and yours will bo tho grand opportunity to unearth the whole villainous complication, and bring it to naught." Norris was well used to lus uncle's enthusiasm over his hobby of tho moment, and an amused smile hovered about his lips as he listened to the growing oloquotico of the " elder man. "You evldeutly allude to tho recent express robberies. You seem to forget, though, that the regular defectives uro at work, and at fault, too, us fur as I can learn." "Of course they're at fault. They'ro deep In tho old ruts. It needs a young, clever fellow, without bius, uninfluenced by tho deductions drawn from previous rases. liou't I tell you this is a robbery without a parallel! Tho superintendent of your division himself admll-- i that. IIo told me I had grounds for lay theory when I explained it to him. "What! you have been to tho ofHcers of tho company, undo! Whou! What had you to say to thorn f" "Nothing lo your discredit, you may bo sure, Norris. Thoy seemed quite struck by my reasons for thinking you tho vary mail to unravel their mystery." "What reasons, m tho name of all!" "Well, there's that affair of the trap In tho enr floor, evidently tho work of a mechanic, nothing rough or bungling about tho job. When I told them that you had iiiito a genius for working In wood, that you wcrons wcllupm'aloulationstund measurements us auy skilled carpenter, and could do us neat a job of repairing convoying tho Idea that you might find something in tho shape of a c'lif that would pass unnoticed by an untrained oyo thoy really seemed quite impressed." "You did that, Undo Amos!" Norris spoke slowly, looking at his undo, .with u sudden cloud dropping over his face. g his company has given you thu bounce, and it came to mo that wo might do car a other a good turn. 1 am book'koeier In t:ie Kverleigh batik; ain't inasgooda s'ale of health as I look to be, and I'm thiukmv o! taking an assistant to lighten my work for a month or so. Mr, Kverleigh Is tvillbig. so If you euro to take the pluco till something better offers, I'll take it as a favor. Yoe'i: work under me and I'll have all the responsibility. For wages well, I won't be smal', as" I mean to let you tnko the heft of the job, so we'll say that you get tweuty dollars out of a week." my thirty-liv"Aroyqu aware that the express company dismissed' me, us the aylug is, under a cloud I" "I heard Frost's story, 1 tell you, und his word is good enough for me." "1 dou't see why you should como to me, Mr. Ingot." "Well, to be frank with you, I think you arc a chap who would give me my money's worth of service, and that's nior'n some of them do nowadays," returned tho other, with u laugh. "By tho bye, Lyman Chlldcr Is cmr cashier." Ho threw In that announcement casually, not at all as if ho expected it to havo any weight, and rising from his chair sauntered over to the little table bv the window near which Norris sat, his object evidently being to give the latter time to turn over the CHAl'TEK IV. in his mind licforo rendering his FCAII. A decision. Carol Chlldcr was going to a ball her Among other objects on the table was tho first ball -- so it Is not strange that her little mlcroscojw, mounted with Ilcrjtmnn's bead was almost turned with delight, curious lluil of the previous night, and with Of course sho dressed hours before time, u confident "Allow me,'' Mr. Ingot bent his and ran down to tho squaro front parlor to eye to the glass. Norris sprung up and survey herself in the tall mirror there, with stretched out his bund to ward him olf, too the chandelier all lighted, and what tho late. mirror gave back was a slim, girlish shapo Under the enlaiglug plate, and soaked , robed in palest pink, tho fair free of the clotted blixsl, was a frac loiinl face flushed and glowing with anticipation, section of tho human scalp, the stubbled unties dimpling, bright eyes dancing, whlto hairs jierfectly distinct, and bearing a arms wreathed above her head as she looked startling resemblance to the clijijied croi ut herself and murmured half aloud: which adorned Mr. Ingot's cranium. "I wonder If you will do. Miss Chlldcr! For a single moment the gentleman You look pretty well now, but how will it stoojed icgardliig It. When he lifted las bo when you get into a room tilled with loveon his face; head there was a ly ladles! Can you ever hold your own even Ins lips were dull juillor white. with Miss Althca Kvoiioigh, for'ltistaneel up "Am I to Ah, but 1 am a f raid you will look like u jvalo uiyolTorCho understand a that jou takeway, asked, in mechanical littio bud bcsldo that queen rose beauty. hardly m keeping with a feverLyman admires her, 1 know ho does, and which waswhich hud come gleam into his eyes. that I fancy Is tho reason sho has invited ish The natural rejmguui.ce which Norris me.so sho can not be eold and had for this man overcame every other as some great beauties are." consideration. Flashing around in a little dance, Carol's "You are to understand that I refuse It." eyes fell on a man's liguro in the "Oh, well, If you change your mind a of the hall where the gas was any timo you can lot mo know, (iood-daturned low so ns to leave her own illumlun-lio- n to you," und he left the room with a nervmore effective. Ho was further shadthat was suggcstivo of any owed by tho )ort rif, mid seemed to havo ous haste satisfactory feelings. paused in passing to look In upon that lit- thing but too, had been startled out of bis Norris. tle scene of charming girlish vanity. Carol equanimity. In the single moment that stood still to take breath, and then made u Mr. Ingot had stooped over tho tell-talreckless dash at him. hud distinguished a small, lengthglass, "Lyman, is that you! Did you catch mo ened, ho triangular scar, showing llery red ndmlring myselff Now. don't stop to through tho stubbled hair a scar which laugh, but hurry, hnrry, hurry, and get of scalji under tho hiicroseojio that yourself up In killing stvlo; but Hist tell mo mightsectionnearly cover. very liow 1 look. Here, let me bribe you with u did not inuii.v minutes' thinking dozen kisses to say that I am f as to Itmake It require to Norris Bergman clear that pretty as Miss Alt hen Kverleigh." robber No. One Tho two impulsive, whito arms wero been revealed of the Chicago express had to his kunwiedgo; but ho around his neck, tho fresh arched mouth nlso realized that it would require much was pat up almost to his, when suddenly, with a gasp, Carol saw that this was not more direct evidence than he could offer to her brother. Another second, and she had bring the crime homo to Hanker Kverleigh's caught her glistening robes around her and One thing ho could do, however. IIo lied up the darkened staircase, hot with could lay the facts in his jxvssesslon before shamo and grief, and Lyman Childer. IIo could warn tho latter while her heart beat like a frightof what he Norris - felt assured, that ened bird's. And the young man in the caso simply turned and let himself out at tho door which tho servant had left unlocked while sho went in search of Lyman Childor. Ho would not for worlds have staid thero to abash tho young creature who hud given him that mistaken caress; but he was thrilled by it, lifted up to a heaven of bliss so slight aro the conditions necessary to such a heaven for a lover who scarcely yet realizes that ho Is In love. Could Carol havo known how reverently ho thought of her, somo of her own hurt z V J j fi sensitiveness must havo been soothed away. "I shall always bo a frichd of theirs." he thought. "A true friend, for her sake, to "Certainly I did It," testily. "I have your advancement too much at heart to neglect such an opportunity." A dim vision of nil that this statement niennt dawned ujiou Norm. What wonder If tho onipany looked on him with suspicious eyesf What wonder If they regarded tho concealed aperture In tho car floor as u rune of his own creating and his fctorv of Robber No. Ono us a mere cover to shield himself ( Hero was the true explanation of his abrupt dismissal, and of tho spy set to dog his steps. Quite unaware of his nephew's bitter thoughts, Uneio Amoa concluded, cheerfully: "Yes. they seemed quite impressed, and though of course they couldn't feel justified to put the job wholly m your hands, I know from a remark of the superintendent they'll bo glad to have you at work on it. 'Your nephew shull havo abundant opportunity for proving your good opinion of him, Mr. Bergman' thoso were his very words. 'I shall not Ihj at all surprised If our mystery is solved through him yet.' So you see, Norris, bow much depends on the efforts you make." "1 do see very clearly, Uncle Amos, and 1 shouldn't wonder If you were to drive mo Into playing the part of detective yet." TU.I.-TAI.e pro-osltigllyi-eninghard-heartey y o one-halbook-koejeg half-cryin- g, ', --- Isn't It!" "Oh, dejxHid on It, this is the daughter's doings. These women! They'ro the ruin of a struggling man " "No, 1 don't Mijiase sho knows of tho stniits he's In, but any one who Isn't willfully blind would seo there is something wrong. It will be a come-dowfor her ladyship if there should bo a crash. I don't sujijKise she knows what it is to have u whim of hers deni.'d." The sjieaker drifted iiivuv, leaving Norris shocked at this wording ol a whlsjior which ran m an undercurrent through tuoso loverooms. A jjrent frolluguf ly, flower-deckeayiiijialhy rose in him for the proud, lieau-tife girl wlui ha I been tho frieud and of hi chfldhtiod. Ho felt that he could not leave her Kiiiiucreuity, and he lingered at her sale wlvn ho rejoined her, bringing up instances of their old association, seeming like the friend he one had been, mid at last taking a regretful leave, which left u brighter bloom on the checks of Althea Kverleigh and a jtleasol smile hligvriug ulsiut her ric, red mouth. One other lHhlis Iliroui Ingot had taken note of youug Bergman's jires-c- i ice. and felt in a measure aggrieved by it. This was l.yiu.m Childer, ami it Is sufo to say that jeulousy was at the bottom of had his sentiments, for Miss given him oidy such milk, as she laid for while that upstart of an all her gne-tts- , had claimed her attention for a full half hour, and left her brighter than he had ever seen her with that soft light mi her rather cold, rather liaughty far'. He did not turn to her, Isiwever, when his chance cumo. llegit his eyus on tho disconsolate liguro of the banker, and followed him into n side nwin which wi. not Fancying himself oK.'ii to the guests. alone, the elder man had dropped Ids mask. He looked old, aud gray, md miximble, shrinking as It scented tiofore that Impending blow tntai cruel fur. ana: bat a flush of Indignation mantled his cherk as lo- - facts I about whon Ins name was vkm. " Oli, you, Childer! You mode a mistake in the room, I hujijiosc. An old fellow like me wants to get mil of that crowd ,for a littio quiet." "Pardon me, Mr Kverleigh. 1 saw ymi come iu hero and followed to s jsmk to you." "You you haven't nny bad news f" "Nothing of the kind, unless it l.d news to say that I know something of the dtnicul- ties which are around you." Ho broko off, hesitating, as If in scorch for words with which to express himself. s The banker leaned toward hlin. In the for sympathy which n man feel t who has held himself forcibly aloof from it. "Do you know that those isjilo aro blam- n ui Jilay-math "I did not cxjiect to see yon here," h aid, with a lovel look of insolence Into Nor eves. "Th" nleasure Is reciprocal. It. did not seem necessary to exjilalti that Mr. Kverleigh Is an old family friend during youi cull this afternoon. think if I desired a situation in the bank that ho would give it to me." And Morris retired best from the encounter. If one wero to Judge by tho quiver ubout tho course lips, that had u tiickof turning pule with enplciisnut emotion. He lropM'd buck unnoticed among tho guests ,.ititig for mi (.iiqiertuulty to mnko Ids i.dleux and ix tire for it was no jMin of his iurjMi. e to drink to intoxication out of this pktisu.v ciijt. It was only an Impulse which led to his coming the Irro iutible wMi to meet Carol on equal ground, a little jiriiie, ierhaM, in showing tie; nnd her brother how he sUhhI with the Kver.eijhs und now that this much was ivcci.ipunhui. ho was icadyto go back to the sphere which, in manly he bad enoc i for himself. "Hither mi expensive fandango for a man who Is in tlio crge of bankruptcy, DERVISHES Ilutjr OF THE EAST. 6UPER8TITION8 OF THE STAGE. rl' 1 Mr. Toole, the comedian, Mng lntrrvlwd vn the mibjivt.savs that although not superstitious himself, ho still Mlttvcs In glnists no: the onllnury ghosts, howuvr, but one that vtnlks every week on my day. As for omen , ha confesses! that when ho jHissts the thiMtiv nt ":.'W and hhs a crowd sple right a toss thy street wnltlng for the doors to ojwii, he usually coiikiders tlm iiuii-i- i got si. Hiiular Mr. Kdwart Terry, nnothrr fond of Friday. He Ioiidou actor, is say i tlict his no" pieces have invnriubly jirislucssl on that day, and that ho usually travels with a isi:iiiiui of thlltccii Jilavent. TheMinelsildiH-s- is n cbaiaeteiistleor Mr. MailUs. His ujitiilolis of stage sUsitltlons follows. UiwtiT of u Vilh- - 'ty,houtMgoiit,"HuU;, aivaswould "I rather jimthiiii n Miecessfiil ilny y lib tinkL!" nml thrmtfug his ulnu holder on a 1'ridav tluiii a bad one on a Saturilny. I rig'd and left among the 113 thaiuLIU' at any would lather The dervishes are regarded ns holy uienill-canttime. I would talhir sit down thiitccuto a by the common jicoplo, and ojMid the good dinner tliuu twelve ton bad ono. 1 do gmiter portion of their lives in wutidoi Ing not Uileve in unlucky tlu.itn or iinlneky ubout from one distant Ci..tinl .Wsn city to actors, but I liellew Iu n good lay, well Tlie might, vihup" aptly I another uchsl, drawing good Iioum-s- , wherever It may compared to the "audi ring fi of 1 have It I i lie. If theie In one and KurofnX). ears ago. tverylssly to get tbn Ui.1 of nverythllig at the regn'rds it ns lucky, as veil as meritorious, to rate." give alms to the denudes. The average Ou the other hand, Mrs. Boruanl-B-s-rlViluii gives h tenth irt of his Income eoiifeNsrath.it idmisoxivedingly fciisTstltlous. auay in alms to tsg$nr, the greater jxiit of Mimi MillManl is even more so nnd MIks which gis-- t to able lodled men and del vMies Fanii.v I'she, the btirli-squnrtresK, coiutd-er- s nlio are well nlile to wotk fur their imu it'iinlucky to plate an uuibiella on the living. piompt table, and iiNi todroi tho jdny jntt In Indiii Is'gglug is nsfnrns during rehearsal. Black cats she Uiluvtn nro -, und men-imjKlblchy the llrttMi HUtlioritlivery lucky, but she will never lgn a of relief Mmihir to thus iu vogue among Und has alio on Fiiday. Miss western nations have Uvii iiitrtHlitctit. Mime strong opinions on tho same subject, Among n teeming )ojiul'itieii if LMO.ntM.Uu) "1 am iHs'iiilarfiioiinli," kvv.Mis Llud, "to UiicutaK, howoter, anv nuevplng thangeln believe tho iiuiula-- thlitirii to very lucky. noli a time li"uorvilinfii.soii as mendicancy It was the iiuuiU-- of in dreeing room at is a quotum ol time, mid not to U easily ef the (ialetv thetillv "lieu a Iindoil nildiiuitM feetwl. IVggurj U far from bring mi com- was kind to 1. for the first time. Ou my mon as il is either In Turkey or PcrMu. Tlieiu lit urn to that tbuitie I shall nk to Is) iiii'iidic.iut cnxte In India, illowett to is it have the same rttoni. At ono known an fuqiii,s. Tin' faquirs nro regarded time I went to ee a manager aud liwt a sse.niuelitlv liolx.and MiUl't Uhu the char woman with nu evil ee, or luther a en,s-ejtLiLv the Persian tier of the Jisiplr it 1 walked ilellUratoly hmno viktie, they wuuiler aUmt all ovei the conn nguln, woiiten. knowing Hint the manager III ques( their lives making upending inol tion would nut lielliivv in me. IVhlte How em, Ion,,' I'dsrifwue to vnrioinhol.v dirlne. The I Is'llpve, am vuij unlortuunti. tlounilvrn Indian faquir U a loathsome looking cietit-uiv- , bidder I villi not. And I lutvn found that If with lung black liair malted nbout bw I ha. s'l i to uits'l nliy inn. ihi the stairs when bend nll hltotililcr w Ith an titvuiiiulfttjoii of I am going on for n tlaiiti. I don't get Ml enII It i. und ln (.twrnllv (taMcr his Imk with core." His vile raiment is a calico wi;ll mud. law exMiii4es it may bo stun From tla-shint, mid Ills face U fnutnMiciillv stniil.nl that the lloglisti uelols und iietivM-s- , though with red int. nut quite so Mis'tatitloas as tlictr Fivnch As might U'exjTlol, tlie imt nUmillmblo hrotla-ixtiistel,aie vel not wlioll) fnv .jicdmeuii of the mendicant f uro to from the saiiie uillutiiMiM. i'hllndclpli'a Is) found In China. The litlioiiii :ti;.ii TlllMH. )mftM.i ami UttRnr ! mice of the I'hlni-beyond the jmivers of devlijitlon. An l.'liiiiirill ut) .Menial Power. AIIoit of horrible deformities aiu voluntarily enI know of n enw when' the 'rson wh g dured to woik upon the yiusitli of the ovhIeiHt of a iwcr of l.siilc. Kyk lire Minded, fact liitltllutisi, another tiilud tlnviilKh somo i.iul limliH twiitid. All tlmt l done iu tin aetiiHi, was miH unwilling to way of mutilation by llw uutln'1'itln of eouvineisl. He was a dx't..r nntl iiijmw to In llio piuilBliiiiiHit ot crimiuaNi inllieteil la Iu laltli iu res, and to nil niilull nil bv I'tniKxi ineridientits uou their own olf tlmt iiiIimI (Mit tis'iiiiil lo favor I be pring an tricks of their irufNioii. llorrild) lullueliee lullid. He hud eviiHvivitl also a uiHntMijssl victim of thin atrncliucuUiiii stiung feeiing of eix)iiul dislike for the are at the galcsot Chiiiuut citii tlsniglit nmler an Aiiicru-m- i of some celrln and in the htustn.Tliouiui. Htev fin. In Iniei litv or itotonetj, I will mil tuy vrldeh He ns a "Mibjtrt," l'lavmg ulfirtsl l.ili.M-i- r that tlioethlbltioii was clinsiy humbug, tint ,m riloto of lilt' Mpnillrnnta nf Pemla Loathtama IlFggiir of tiulln mid Clilim. Tho moii Interesting dassof mend (emits In Persia, mil prolwibly In the whole world, aro the ilervlsiies. IIicm' mird members of thu ii'.MidicauL fiaternlty are met with nllocr F.'ndn, on the nods. In the villages and thu Cities. Their usual dress Is the sl.ln of somo wild aiilmnl. jircfcfnhry a tiger skin, thrown enivlesxly about their shoulders, and ft jialr of white cotton iviutnU'ttc. If the dervish cannot obtaM a tlT,cr rkiu, ho will, ns the next UM. ehoieo, scctiru the slin of a leopard or panther, or veu the hide of u deer or In addition to this make up he carries it liuge spiled eiub or small Imttlx from ii. and an ubiix holder made of a an oblong gourd shell or tin- - outer shell cocouiiut. Thus tii'itw.:.ii il.. and even fviuclouly through the thronged th r Mi s. Thi Opinion of London I'rnrrtlanikU an Oinnns nntt tlm Llkr. it vr lsn iU. s Kng-lan- d silK-itiUoi- chtxit e s eon-tnt- U-tt- li r 1 sl Ir. I tf rtnuty llilla-curinsym-itlnt- l',. li U-l- f nl Now, to explain how Norris came to bo there, for Norris it was. That interview with his uncle had had tho effect of sending him, hi Iko's company, to tako another look at tho express car when the empty train stood in tho sheds between trips. It was nearly midnight, and the light or the brake-man- 's lantern Hashed hither and thither through tho gloom Somo freight trains wore boiugshifted out in the yard, but here, tho empty us occupying tho trucks seeined quito deserted. Norris took the light and crept under the express car, keenly examining every inch of frame and beam aud axle which lay near tho sjkjI where the niriui o had boon cut through tho floor. Il:c took a lively interest from lit-- place between tho wheels, whore he stood beat nearly double, with his hand!', braced on hu knees, while his palo blue eyes followed the othor's movements. Don't rckou you'll Hud much that trot away from tho detectives." lie observed. 'One of the.ii went so far as to try a ridoou tho truck, bat I toll you he ma sick of his job. They' vo mended the lloor; you can see where the boards join." Yes." said Norris, looking at the spot. Ho was recalling tho exact at)earaiiee of thu cut as hu can led it in his mind tho keen aav? strokes of a skilled hand, and tho piece jierfectly lilted in its place -- and it was not until his eyes had rested u)oii It for a moment or two. that he was attraeted by a nail which protruded from the flooring, the end of which su'ined covered by a thick, red rust. He put up his linger to touch it, then felt for his knife, while ho called Iko to hold tho lantern. (Jot something!" asked the brakoman, curiously. "It looks like a bit of hair matted with, dried blood. A man, crannied up under here, could easily throw up his head and give it an ugly scrape agahut that nail. I'll put this under a microscope aud see what 1 can make of it." Ho carefully folded the .scrapings he had made lua bit of pujor torn from his notebook, and put the little package into a jioek-e- t of the same As the two scrambled out of their uncomfortable quarters, Norria fancied ho heard footsteps receding, and there seemed to be u movement among tho shadows near the cud of tho shed, " Who Is that!'' ho asked, quickly. "Not one of thu hands; there is nothing to oring them here at this time." "Moro likely a trump in search of amght's lodging," suggested Ike. Thoy hurried in that direction, but tho figure, If thoro was one, had disappeared. On the following day Norris Bergman had a strange visitor. His landlady tapped at his door aud handed him a card, which boro the name of d Hiram Ingot, and in tho thick-seman who followed close after Norris Immediately recognized tho offensive Individual who hud proclaimed himself a friend of tho Chlldors. Mr. Ingot himself totally ignored any previous nieotiug between them. He mado his business known after a few preliminary remarks. "I've heard of you, Mr. Bergmau, through our mutuul friend, Frost. Ho tells mo that co-cli t, heavy-feature- her brother." , mm TwniJW i ..V? rfTrrtTrirn ttlTl l -- ll ,V mm . v-''4 ..ST , Mjy'A.VOlA AlU.f nt'V sj" Avt Mil. I uvk LuJv XL- TO TUB t'10T lirVT HH r.TE (ll.l. Childer had an enemy In his jirctended who had already friend nnd follow-elerk- . robbed him. and very probably had the will to do him further harm. With this object in view, he had gained admission to the Childer home, to have all his good intentions swept away by u roso-cla- d "ir oi wn.i. I'lirrNT mk to unit." vision that had wreathed its soft arms They say I his neck, und left him bound in fet- Ing me for this affair about my so ters stronger than iron, yet which no teuijt-tatio- am cheating is creditors by justwas much.d I detor-miniI sujK)snit the truth, but on earth would havo led him to break. sho should havo this hist birthday, unclouded, to remember, alter" CIIAl'TKR V. "Is It rcallv so bad as all that, Mr KverAM) ANOTIinil' ONK MAWS ll.l'PINi:S! II E leigh!" SI'.WII. Urllliant lights, soft muie, "swish of slk with thu The mini strii'-'gloand sheen of pearls," flashing jewels and emotion which was choking him. blighter eyes a most unusual scene this to "Unless some iiiiraclo intervenes, I shall Norris Bergman, who nevertheless made go to the wall within a week. Kdson's emhis way through it with the euso of one not bezzlement of a year ugn was whnt shook altogether unused to such viiys, and came mo first, and there has been a terriblo up unjicrcclved by tho young hostess of the shrinkage In values since. If hnd been an evening, until his voice caused her to turn unscrupulous mini I might have recovered eagerly. jiart, but" here his head lifted "though I "Will you welcome a repentant guest. am ruined myself, no other man shall bo Miss Kverleigh, in sjutu of his regrets I" wronged by inc." "Norris! You honor mo by coming to my "In thut case, it would not require u very birthday fete. Welcome -- twice welcome: large sum to tide you over, would Itl" you know that I havo never desjialred of "Less tliiiu that thieving cii"hier took you, notwithstanding your jiersistcnt re- with him when he absconded. I've hoju'd fusals for years past." to the last that ho might be discovered, and "It Is kind of you to forgive myungra-ciousnescomis'llcd to disgorge. A vain hope! I feel but you know my reasons. Ono like cursing him and my blindness; but that with Ills dally bread to earn has no place don't help matters.-- ' "1 havo a hojie that may. My sister and here." "Very false reasoning, Norris, in our view 1 havo lately tailcu heir to quite a little fortof it. But come, my guests aro all here; une, left to us by an undo in tho far West, let me jiresent you to somo of them. Father It is in available form, and Carol's shunt is will be glad to see you, too." jilared unreservedly In my trust (ending "1 spoke to him near tho door. Ho looks her majority. I can pluce a hundred thousand dollars m your hands in a few days' scarcely well, I think. ' "Then It Is not simjily my fancy. He shall timo if that will be sulllcleiit to carry you seo a jihysician Immedlatolv. urged it on over." It .Is more than enough," cried Mr, him yesterday, hut he laughed at the Idea. Kverleigh, la u quid; revulsion from despair You know that young lady, do you!" "I shall regard it as a favor if you will to happiness, seizin;; and wringing tho jiresent mo to her." answered Norris, and hands of his cashier till the latter winced. there was that In his manner which caused "Believe me, Childer, I would never tako Althea Kverleigh to give him a searching advantage of your most generous offer If I had any doubt of the result, and I will seo glance. ynu are "ecured before I make use of a Carol didders' frank eyes were lifted that fortiuiuto legacy! How smilingly to his as the introduction was dollar. What -- a you I and to Heaven !" spoken. There was no shadow of conscious-nes- s grateful am to Those guests who wore supposed to bo to iniir ho bright fare; no subtle Intuition Informed her that this was the rather knowing ones looked uteach other in astonshabby young man who had figured in the ishment when Mr. Kverleigh appeared euntrttruip of a previous hour, and Norris among them again altera short Interval. found his sjiirits iclieved of an" uneasy Ho had got rid of his harassed looks; ho gonial, watchful host n rnlt was quite-thweight. To be hero, to law the roso-ctafigure of his heart's new idol on his arm, which ho hud not jierfonned to perfection to float to tho dreamy incisures of tho wait, In the curlier juirt of the evening But for a man who laid just done nn uncwith tho Huff of her silken hair brushing generous ai:t, Lyman Chlalerdld his cheek, to lead her afterward to a jileas-an- t alled-for, nook which they had for the moment to not seem to havo derived tho spiritual eom-'o- rt which might have been exjieetcd from themselves, had in It something droam-llkt- i and unreal, despite its delight. The dream it. lie took an early opjwrtuulty to withwas rudely hi okon, though It was only by draw his sister from the guy scene, uftcr tho uppeuruitcuof Mr. Ingot, claiming Card acknowledging the jileasure which tho evening hud given him to Miss Kverleigh. for a succeeding dance. m MM , An old Mildu-- cfHitrllmto to The PuU ihimer fitting tliKtt.iry. "One morning Iu May, Is"', 1, then serving la the First it of Foot (lu.triU, wo inaniiiiij; with my itsiimduri uloig Hit road Sano Souci and tie Ol ,agvt'liude Uiwiinl tile We lutd jatt urrlvtl at village of Kielie tlHibnud avenue nhi. li K.N from tho ih-julaeit into tin road, mImii tlieu-owjiriuce und his family apHvirl In sight; liu'c PriiKv U'llhebn In n pinier tin it donl.ej , Ie, by a liill'w', the imwii uluee nnd iiinee twenty .vnnt ldilnd liiui. arm In arm, When the crown pi nice jsrcrivtsl u he enlKsl out 'Ltflniuail, ht vuur cuiiiutny halt moiut nt.' Then he steiHsl up to the ilon-ke- , lifti'ltlie litlle priliro out of ih tuiur, Hint enine towaitl lis 'tns luoriillig, the eiowu prnuv to us, and we hoiitel Ihh'V In iiiM-- ni. inurnliig, vour 'I witiit Jiut to show you roval highin"-'.- ' my little soli,' nnd Ish liiude tlio little prlnor hake hatHls with his till) th-- l with uvitv :reiiadier. 'The crown ju iievi by, niilllnglt Wlh-i- i we Imil all lnvii hlng thf shnKcu Immls with thr crown iriiic nguni morning,' nnd roiiliiutsl tiu. wlshitlus walk; wewriiittui iu cojut.il sjiirits to our .Mec.vinl Limit, vim Llebunaii. lleli duties. who whs tbn in command of our c uiijkiii) , u now well known ns eourt chaiiilsrhtlu to PruKv Wilhalm. Only a man, who, I u bis sol her tlavs. has lvii an actor Iu a scene iiin fisi bow a Ismd is formtsl thorebv Utw-tsand jxiiplo which notbing Inn luiti.-death can break." New York Tiibuiie. Hpgl-meinl-okin-der- Imhu I'llnrc. iKlH-- r lii4lflitenitis. Ho iir tlmt Is, m tlitMight of a jkiIii Iu it particular nerve. To his surprise tlaj thought ruider ly,nn to mm his hnlid over his it he exhtMtor's) iiinrKed with hi tight jitw, sail linger the pi eeise ij the nerve along which the iluetor luul iinagliieil the jnlu to UMMly "sllbjerts" lueiiUilly loiittsl a -- ene j'Xtetitl. We see ill such eV'riments ntl ilichonto In mn form of the pow.r which mi by jstmui un-deiiws to Imve ls'ii strong mental emotion, of Inthieiiefug others at a distance. I do not know how rejected showing tlmt the evidence can such Jsiwer has lvn uii (iiHain any rsmsctoiis nithiHit Yirrtcd elToit. It ssiiii4 una h inolo iimiiuIIimu to ir I, '(ol tii mjtsi the eiiileiusi than to admit the of stub a jiMt-- - not, liowdirr, as i vi mi' natural, nor even ns or evtrn ipttunil, but simply an u qualltv not .Vet evpla ail or liuilerstotsl, and Inrsi(Ulnsl, as It Mvmn to iiwrit, Billiard A. l'nctor lu ll"lon vest ign I ion (lllll!. something iial 'gol i In. inns. few siplekiiiw niiythlngof Thonns' iloiniKtlr side, which i a viry liappy univ. Staiie tweuty jrnrs ngo Miss Porter, who tiiiehiMthe farfametl girls' schools at iindit.ik to educate a vou tig Vry 'lln Hlfr of llit-mlurt- Ilk-lli- nt. e t! u gray-haire- d 1 1 -- It Is thejiroud and uncoiitrailicted Ismstuf this classical and imitheiu.itlcnl scholar that ill all the past tvvent.v years' her husbnild hns eaten but tlnee inferior meals u his own Iioiimv 'She imiies of a nice of "notable"' New Knglaml ami the inherited instinct is so strong that tho theory that learned women me lacking iu domesticity If truo bus no demonstration in lier. They at ou tlioioughl) and congenial couple, and .Mr. Thomas' domestic existence headed." is us liiijijiy as his public career has Usm t intied l'hmkett,tal.ing no notice gieat. There is a pretty daughter jut growing of Brown's iuterriijition, "you could always up who doe not apisarto greatly toll where C! onion's brig'ide was by that either parent, as she is but n iiietliocivi mufollow' holler, ami I think that after (lordon sician, ami despite the fact of beluga student got up higher he exempted him from duty, at the llarvaid Annex, i considerably moro just on account of his voice, IIo could call coiicernisl with tho fashions than with dif the brigade together any time vv hen they'd fereiitlal calculm. dlnxjklii Kngle. git M'iitU'ied, and It was altvavs a joyful sound to tin.-- broken down straggler that had ItwwIli'liliiKly llnliil.v Itiiiulkerolilefs. fallen behind during the day and, overtaken The Is'vv itching attractions of dainty handle, ilnrklltss, footsoiv and Hungry, found his kerchiefs have no end. From tho ivbwcb of way to camp by tliKgiildaneoof this wonder tllmy India linen to tlm almost solid tracery fill man's voice." "Surge"' In Atlanta Conof French handwork in bud, leaf and blossom, stitution. there appears to be no stylo lacking or want misapplied. Plain hemstitched handkerchiefs Mudjlnif In lie Vtitei i. mlitiis. Throughout lie- - t 'nihil States at the of sheer linen lawn are, and always will Ik1, tho pi j)iis'iit time tin re are jiiiil'ably too jhtmiiis They Ido of faslldloiu women of quiet tastes. uiv, like all line, delicate fabrics, the sUliI.Villg to Is-- Vilt iili.ll ..His; llfleell Veal's ugo there were not twenty students in tho essential jiossoksiou of tho geutluwoiiuiii. whole country, and theievwis but one college. These come Iu prices i.iiiglng from fifty cents Thsrearen lew men vvhohavoiiot graduatisl to .' for HnegiMslH. The French embroidered handkerchiefs arc veritable woiks of art, and voteriii-iiriuufioin any colli it who aixt coiiiix-toiiThey have read, studied anil june-lice- the deeply wrought borders are seen In both until thoy uro qiiiteeoinjH'teiit; justthu while and delicate tints. The sheer lawn kerchiefs, with double heiiut Itching and emsiime as Iu the (ur days of this country a lertain iiiiiiiIki' of men studied medicine by broidery, are cousidcr.sl inure elegant for tiiuiisi'lves aid bocMiiu good jilivshiuiM dross than hico trimmed stylon, vvlilch aro uitlioitt the aid of a collegiate training. Hut rather under a cloud nt present. Cres-IW-i- i) there wv very few eumjieleut veh rinuriiins huiulkerebics etubrouleied in yellow, lilac, vvhoaieuot graduates of some vetetlnary jilnk or blue silk, are lovely, but is;iilmllo. college. I). ('. l.'oinstock, M. I)., In The -- Now York Post. 1 er-i-- or. hou--ket'- i, atfts-tiouatreM-uibl1 t d One nf I, onion' Mm. "Unnloii," sold liuukott, after a short KtiiM, "had er fellow Iu his old brigade that I haven't Ileal d of Mneo the war. and I'd like mighty well to know whut Issttuiu of him (l)l'd(Ml's llull,' he was cnlleil. "I think he Is'longitl to the Thlrt.i'iitli Oisirgla iiglmeiit. and If were to tell j oa how that man could holler you'd not believe It; but vou know it U hvcu unlet to the l!ost TeiinesM-- niilroad, and I'll Ist.von might jMit Oonlon's Bull over then- - nml let one of the big engine blow its whistle, and let him holler, mid vou could hear his voice above the locomotive.-- ' "I've hoard of that Mlow," said Blown. sKakiug for tho lliht time, "and he was red- girl 'ilsileriisvsitaiitniHl eveiittmlsucti,sir. .IllstulKiuttlietliiieshe had cminiii.il her full of (ircek nnd tin higher niutUiiiHt lit. she very unwI-H-linvltisl a certain uiunleal llermnu up to the whiMil to liiure I foiv her MlilN ou oielKtral cuYrta and conis.itlon The lenriswl voung giaduatefolhnttil !heexiiuiile ol other .vouug woiiuui less learned, and fell promptly iu love w ith the Iti'tumr. Ho was vilMit'iioiigh to letniii it and Miss Porter lost an assistant, while Tlnsslore Thomas gained a wife. ii Kisiclu , riiisilillllies nt tlm Siiiiiiilina'ani. A western whoolmn'aiiihasl)eeoiiio famous by getting all her iuiils out ol" the sduwil house while a li'lzard was iu jirwgruss. Some day blie may succeed In kuejiiug them all iu school vv b'le u circus priK'ehhlon isjiass-lug- , and then her iiumo will go down In Mei Why Soma furnishing goods stores now keeji what thoy call bachelor's undershirts. Thesa gariiienU are namel, ami derive their fri-the fact that they nro niadu entlivly without buttons. Kxehaiigo. A dashing young muii over. la ly is si Called. cluuit Traveler. apt to throw a fgg0tljjltit.)ni-:mi'v- I !j '" yjCumn v'MMwiMjiJC.. ' i , ?,M 1H L r uayA-.- ,.,-,- . -- S J A.l.xhit, --W- '. I1" .) r " . 1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Onikntai. Lacks, Hamburg nnd Swiss edgings, Klouncings, e., nt Owsley i- k. o.wAVroN, dub. ManaRor Amu. 127, Stanford. Ky., 18SH Published Every Tuoudny and Friday ? 1 ' ' 10 1 4 V K A It, I X A I J V AN (J K ill lie irWhiiii..opaid!2GO L.&N. char.iJ ttll LOCAL TIME CARD. .J Mail Irkin koi tic North ' ' Smith ' Iltprcs. train " Souili " ' ' Nottll Uk n I rrkril Ni.rtli I n 48 ( . I jo a m Cji in . " ftjipm found in the supplement sent with this South 1 he Ijllcr train !" ' irr .jntimi ll.r uliote itcatitilalcd on iMiidard tune. Solar Issue. f.e it annul jo minutci (itrr. .1 u.i:it 0vi:nm has addetl much to the clean appearance of the wall around K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ' Court Square by giving it 11 nice coat of 111 J oj l nt I ji pin AM) IIAKDWAKK HOl'SK OF LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. Tlir. hero else, Mr. H.H. (icoghegan, makex Mrn. C. C. Stormes has returned from (VhIj'h. a proposition to (Mir patrotm in another IOuiHville, where she has been for sonic ! ...I column, which will ho money in their time under medical treatment. ..I U'.. I......- .1...- ...,,-ni- . ......!. ... .. .. ...,,,,. I ni.Hh ,) Kiiin !! ' If " W. X. 1'otln, of your city, was in furnishing goods in town. Owsley A-- ' " Tm: sale of Mrs. Curpenter'H personal Iancaster yesterday. t V. Sweeney is "ii?- KY. . ' u o.iymg more goons wuh oiuy loioramy Well iiitemicii " v...iline of Pants I'viKiiv imdi'i irein-ra- l The dims of C. V. Sweeney mid . prices wcrei (.cuts' Kurnlshimf C.ods at Owslev & J111'"")' ,mi NHiHim-uirin the fi lh.it he realized for the hotel and other fumituie. " mirdctt A: Co., are having the fronts Would kin.ll) ask ynur .mention fresh and twell selc has jut returned from the iitico with .i l.ire, led mock ot ('tain's imptoved ly a coat The Misses Carpenter oll'er the hotel "" their store-house- s Iskw lot of everything in the spring for wile privately and will not attempt to '" fri'Mh .iint vv 11 : i.'.. .... ., 1....... .1... goods line just received at S. II. Shanks', keep it open themselves for the present. 1 ' l"" Incndleui nritly, tlaint) inqilitlly Hint ne'acl'iryin iirn-rt- , llii I uixronlte M y aim nliall lie at ('iill in and examine them, "5 llllk Slllke at Sain Miller's, is bviillrwtils .ill liiiietl'xiiDi.lvtverv Hituin ni . line My , .ti.k ot II..AUDWAKi: and I'OCJ KKl CUTT.F.UY ..... . ,. , .. .. . ... T , conm ine i.iiiiiari iirjnut im i.nropc inn tmeriea i i.aniue me reienratetl caieni . MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. 111 I I... prettiest clerk 1. lie He IS ' Flour Tin.Smne and Woodenarc, and a tointdele line of Clif.ir and I nliirco. l.rmnclon Farmine Wjuont. I ..an make II to I ml; a tl.are of Kiki Kiln s Hybrid Pears, (napes, Ac, Implement, &.. Ilelietii.t; i.tir intereit wnir just too sweet for anything. -- Mr. K. L. J Keperlfull), Hubble, the J. II. 'ITCKHK. a specialty. 0.igc oranges for hedging. It.ill I'l.Miin. l..l.....i I?.... ..1.... IS 111 ..v.. v'MHH.i ..'MfVIl ."l'U.IV4l :.. :.. t ruler, familiarly known as "Took," took S. I), (looeh, agent for Snell A I Inn laud. town, lie will leave shortly for his silto himself a wifo yesterday in the per'Txiikk a Cloud," continued, and son of Miss Sallle ). Logan, only daugh- ver mine in the. mountains, where he hopes to make 11 llnd of valuable minHime IntcicMing miseellaney will be ter u Mr. John W. lognn. Killer (i. NT.W KKOCKKY w ' Tiik HiicBt hatter In IhiIhvIIU1, or nny- - ,..,. 'iJ'in'J ?Io B r -. 9 KUSTONYILXE, i ' 1 - '" 'UTOKOT FAMlCiLY t&limUMSOF., 111 I Lint-aster- ..'.!. -- well-know- n -- J. Tl4.li leave 6 p ui. KnssUmi 11I 7 jo am ami return it whitewash, Montgomery performed the ceremony, ufter which the happy pair went to Mr. William I lubble's where they will make their home. The bride is a leuiarkably line looking lady and she and "Took" will make a handsome pair. Here's to eral. Arnold Hack-ham- ! Co. has re- ceived a favorable oiler from a Cleveland llrm for the manufacture of the eastings ami will soon be ready to continence. -- SPRING OPENING! WALL 1311 Tiik cut worms are playing havoc with the corn Ileitis during the cold snap. Wvraim and jewelry repuiivil and Those who havn't plantetl seem to be as wamintcd. V. It. Penny. vu.. o(r,w ium. w,, ,mvu Tub bet ulacc to buy drugs, patent medicines and toilet article is at A. It. Tiik postolliee at Williamsburg having MEANS BUSINESS. j I '" '" kinds from A, It. IVmiv. I guarantee all watchen and every it .ui now opening out tlie llnest line t.cle of jewelry sell to be just as tvpro-- ' of fashiniiable millinery I ever handled A. Pennv. and am marking it to rtiit the time;'. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Call and examine. .Mi. Kate IMnlder- ar. It. Kkiii, np'iit lor the (Mnirn Ma C. Nrw 1'airb.ink's scales have Iwcn put i lime, was lure this week Mb. w Ma- -. J. II. Knows, of tim, up in ftont of the S. H. corner of Court Square by Messrs. 1. M. lard, ure visiting at .Mt. Vernon. ..T. Mns. I.mih I. Iaiii.wmiii, of tliUjNiiiilielley, whoiMyS-'- d a eur for the lrivih;e. It will prove a e,rcat conveni- .unity, has been granted pen-iot' the public Mil. V. M. Muimim.i. was up from !' of Mi' 'arksille to attend the umi rinp' Tin: fnwt of Tucs.lny morning did I'linuio Hill. more damage than any of tho-- u of recent - Miss Ji su Mi Kinmi, of theWesl lute. The fiuit does not seem to be killKnd, is visiting' Miss Annie McKIunex ed, but the chill will in alt probability .mil othei relatives. make much of it fall oil'. Warmcrwcath-er- , Mit. I'iih.iit I'raitu.i.btislM'iMi nssitmed with lijjht rains, was predicted tn a distiller) in Bell coiit.ty and will MMid mouths there. K. Myers, brake Aiim IIiiiiki:n.--C- . Mil. V. II. Mi KoHintrs has been man, cot his arm cuiL-li-t in coiinliiiL' bv (iov. Huckuer ns a uieinbcr nt u llllnuisimrj: ami sunercd a com- .f tin state lliiunl of Phartnucy. '" ss Anmi: Ctin.u pretty youn lady j pound iiiuimiiiuted fracture of it. Hewas ' from lloiincville, Mo.,arriisl" ycstcr.Iaj hnmvht to Rowland, where Dr. Peyton, N' rendered the neces- Carter.' "ti a isit to Miss l.iie Mr. Myers is from the who has been in sary Mit. It. ti. Ciiuo, Horidasime last Pall, rcturne.1 Wed-- ' Shenandoah Valley, Va., and Indium's to PM"1 h ideiwd with that ncsduv. lie is jsirt of the Sunny South. Tin: lirst du of Courts iV Cox's openMil. C. K. Wimiis, the blight and alia-I- t ing of their sprint: and Niiiiimer millinevouin; assistant editor of the Iticli- - ry was l.iruelv attentled and a more ele- was here W.slucvlay .j,,, .uid K.,mtif 1W never shown Jit en route to Lebanon to join his ,Mtri, They have Iminjiiin- ' w.fe, who is on ai-i- t then. We h. khil if lna.I iittiic. ti crv 'extensive cmd to form his aopiaiiitmicc. line of ladies' notions, Ac. and they will continue to LORE. LOCAL their waivs. Ivcrybody invited. Pi.ms of all kinds at (). J. New YhMKiinw was theCUth annivei-s.irkind's. of tin; estahlisliuieiit of Odtl lellowship e., at Owsley in the Inited States, the lirst lodge of Ww.i. ii'i:ii, carpets, A.CraiV. the kind being established in llaltlmorc . in IM'.). The on ler in a crude condition Xiwt little house for lent. Call at hail existed for a mnnlier of years before thlsolllce. in Ijigl.ind, but it was not fully peifcct-eM. !. Klkiu hasdM'ne abtuchershtip till its establishment heie. It is now nt Powland. one of tlie most extensive prmident 11.im: our nt.s'k of wall p.ipei. and each asstH'iations in tlie world, it dispenses inillioiisof (Iwslev it CmiK. dollars in charity. The anniversary was Hot t: for rent on the 10th of May for celebrated all over thecountry last night. Dr. J. I". Peyton. Miiall familv. The local lodge here hail a general reunion and ti uumlsT of speeches by W. haw the laiv'i'sl stiK-- of carpets iimt'ir. . iNcrshown heiv. Owsley V Cniljj. . r1 1 11 I Urm-can11 n. yc-tcrdeI paisT, Pennj's. .. r.iTi.ili.i.l ...... . ,. (l... .i;....i in tt ....... :.i. ....:.. ji nil- .iiuit JUvyour Kh.H.l books, ink. tablcth. ,k.t. Mr. Clevclan.i has namec Jerrv school supplies of all pencils - and I A,,U,,h ....,w. 1 I'n.ui-lllli1 ll 1 I .. I). I tl' - sui-k.sii- jitt.-ntiou- . 11 fiil. , ,( ,,. To-da- y d u-a- r Iim-.- i1 in line of plaids and plain dress that the law legiilatiu the wotking Mipreme Happiness io oe louuili eacil ,,e 0felcit,ilrfa prvsMwit and Ho.ir.1 of liincters! plods just Mrleil at S. II. Shanks. fur the fit.uhii! ..Mr of the public highways was unjust and othei's.societN. t'l.iriO.V KIWI.l.K, ojfpressive to the poort'r class of ptsiple, Not that theie was any objeition on iSoiisand other bread lrch . and have taken occasion repeatedly to the pail of the biide'H parents, but be-- i frmii a Louisville bakery, s. y. Myei-luge a chanp', so that those who use the i"HIhi tliev orefetleil flint win All' Morlr Lwiiks, don't toruil wuen you ate nuds most should coiitiibute their full llanlin and Miss Ik'rvle M. Fairis, . 'I he of Lawyer daughtet ot. Ml'. II. ., . ,, arris, II prollll--. , Minf-r- d aiiluta' niii'tititf of thi vt'Kl.hod.r for Ihr liuiise eleau'niK that we hae a ery nice quota to their maintenance. Will keep constantly on hand a large and select Una of Furniture Ihr ll.i leap lurniiike C'.nit.any line of window shades, lace ciiitains, cur- Davison's law, which he had enacted nent ami wealthy menhan. of Junction ',n Xc,c?re!,.,,r SVtt l.ed nun" without consultation with those lin.t in- CitV, eloped to Jellei'sonvilh' Tuesday Clttk,ntlie,in Stiniford nn the it Saturday in andJUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods tain poles, Ac. OwslevA-Craii;- . P M May 1B88 at terested and which lie now admits is morning and weie married hv Justice NN. 1'rcMdcnt. can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conJ K. Tin: uero, Cas lnuian, who killed C open to many serious objections, the Keigwin. The air.ingeinents had been! singleton at Kinville a jenr oiIwouko, piincipal being that it takes tlie opposite made the evening befoie ami at V2:'M vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. has been nriestcd in Alabama and Depu- direction and makes it unjust and ' . m., a gentle rap 011 her door at Mr. .1. te Sheriir J. M. Johnson has ione after lass, requiring !' l'uriis.' u lii'ie kIii uiw visitini' l.r.ni.'lit to the other of tin Stanfnid .1 llitstoini'lc The st.Kklio iiiui. ComtMiij i hod their iinima men witli any amount of propeity what- out the intended bllde mid .Miss I.izziei m.etinn f.it tin-of it Pnidi'nt and Ikun on f llircctors at Hal ey's Store. Tiik Imkiuoii Joi iin'ai.s and a picked ever to woik as much as ten days a year I'.irns. a ....r.,, nvvoitoil slunt tiis- - lU s.ittirti.i ... m.i, 1688 m t ouriicrviP e.m. tlie o.k, (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) nine will play a match pmie of ball at on the roads and to pay 10 cents per tance lrom tlie House ami in a lew mo J 1 CASH, President ejoiinds this evening :?11H) additional to keel them in repair. ments the happy couple, accompanied l'AVOltl IK I.IN1: HKTW'l KN 111". NOR lit AND SOI II the Public School Proceed-t- o Admission I'o cents. Persons with no piopcrty work two days hv Miss l.i.zie Funis, Messrs, C. C. Car- LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' buying uniforms for the I. J's. " only and get pay for their lalsir. Mr. W. son, Harry !'. King and K. C. Waiton . IN 15 ti HOIKS. II. Miller went to I'rankfoit this week were at How land, when; they took the, , ,IC .,lllllini niei.,111K of ,he MO, khnidcr- - f the J.so.CooKwasacpiitte.loii thegioundsiaii)llii,al1 Mvjrt)ll ,, bill, (isVille train liiii)imi the votini! la- - 'iiiriur.Miie, uKu.n.-- & ton,. k t.11 rumpike! xnrougn uars to new urieans, laouisiana ananonaa xwice uauy. vsill Ivluld at Ktchards Store Ml. s.i; ,. , of self defense for shooting Andy Yates tt.,iWh lho ,aUt.r illt((hlll, wlli,h thp rt.ar"of thl. H,w.,K.r tho gentle - U.ud to THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. ? lie urn President and Hoard who was also aciputtcd because objectioua- - uumi stood guaitl while liassing Stanford fy a(j U,r'trts ,jrt P"P ; " 'VTminm . Prcdent. 'l" 1 1 w rr 10 x. s 11 o rw i:. nothing fu.ther than to uo into Cook s ,,,,, ni.M, aw W .lllniln ,,,llIlty. Thel,m,l .UI1etion City. Not a soul was seen house after he had unified him not to hill now intioiluced provides that the .lt either place, which the least alarmed annual appropiiatioiis for the support of tlr runaways and after jmssing the CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1,1888. W. II. Mcl.'obeits, Tiik Secretary, 10 ids shall not exceed ?S,00() ami t,.y dace inoie comfoi table tpiai tern weie wilding out circulars announcing IllilADUOWX. the'llth annual meeting of tlie Kentuc- the amount U to be lled by the court of found. Aniviug in Louisville at il4' " TRAINS NOKTII?" is.TXsls7CTn Association, which claims. The tax to raise the amount o'clock the paity droe to County Cleik ky Phaiiiiaceiitical No 6 :so. 1. No rso. y .No. 5, V .... M,... .III. ... So must not exceed (i cents on the SHX), and stealev's nlllce, in JeH'ersonville, 11 pinslAIIONS. N0.1 wmiy. convenes. . neinieis.ui .un ".,.. .'m, nt Da.l). I) .. D.oly . ...1....1 i;....iikI. K.Mit fur tin n1.,,v.. ,iiwti... :. i,.:.i is to be fixed hv the court of claims. The! ,.,..v..... K. bun. I'.ih ' . . t. .MUCH llllsllltiss ill iiiipiiiuiiiii' 7:!;0 they were pronouueed bus- ivpnnng citi.tMis to work roads tin- - n, A'rs 6 10 n 6 4J p u ill 10 li a Ski pin 7 tj 4 in l.'c .t'in'.i(in,.tl is desiie.l. 817am 40jpni otrnnd a full alteiidance 8 10 a ... . - p .W'tlli.i'iisUnvii . l.'ve 5 3 '" .. .... t;i,im i 47 p in 9JJpm (der the present system is repealed and iw,i and wile; K. C. Widton and Miss 4 10 n in a m nl Io so a 10 7 t.1 p m 10 J7 pin ..tinretown. m .I.CMiiKtoii tin' olllce of roatl surveyor is abolished. 7 jiU in 15 I' l 77 00 1 m i I'P ' lt;w Fan is acting as attendants. The Tin: city council should older lijupm 8 u pin tl 05 put 10 1.; a .. . Nn.hol.tsil,... itjRpin pin it J pin .... ' '3k u III to p III With a nmtlH are to be kept in icpair by a ..eiemonv over the contractine imitic Carpenter to wear a uniform. i pinj 9 10 pin 12 ju it, a jniKtwin lu . i ta i go p m I 05 oo p 1 in i m samercl helmet hat and nice fitting blue or gr.n load commissioner witli hiied hands iui ,1!Utv ivpaiied to tlie Ale.Miuderllo- - ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS OakiUlc . ? j sa jo pm jjam jiipm..... v. t'hatljtiiHiu. Vi.! 1 M li u en a in Ar 4 Io in Milt witli brass buttons, we could put paid out of the tunds nieiitioned. Thej u1 ,m,j Kju,llt tin !ay, returning to June- 1000 pm .... VI Swain tain in l.'ve Cliattinooxa.. r v o . p m hiniagainst any niarshal in tlie stale for. eoniinissioiier is to execute liontl and " tioii CMtv tliat night where the happy . . 1 15 pm .... ...Atulla . Ar' Iiapi.i llirmiu hum. p m I. ve .- .- u JJ pm 11 in 15 ji in lUl iNT'U O, stalwart piopoitioii. He is oer d feet' iiihIit the full control of the couit of L(), ,e n lvmajn f,.w days with the! IV. D. I riicaliHs,i... ,. i ... ou)pniiJ4) mi ... 9 tua in Ol .Mr. Ilnrdin, or a in ia o pm r'v. .Meridian I. c mtil wnUiiiHL'OI pounds with no suiplus ,.aiuis. The bill icinoves many ol the brum's patents. 111.1n1 lit ii.nm j jo a in v..Miw Orleans. ... 1, e otipir. e pirn IO ifC'CI'sSOK . o.pam as he Is known, in v brotherly inHesh. objectionable features of Mr. HavisoiiV ''.Mark ... .. . pi to Ar'v j lu.t in l.'se,. ...Merldl.111 lacliHiii. .....ArS . a m l.'se... Anpin, provider) safeguai.Is fection prevents me speakfngof his good, M'MICHAEL, - former law ami H....i THE HATTER, jail was discos er to bn-aae-Av atteniit I." ve. .Vii'lsliuri;.... .. 10.1 dualities: of tlie bride, who is a most i pm ..... much canmujain' Monroe, lop l.'f .i l.v- Toiler Owens t us week before tlie against, mminu miw ami eiiiiiiiKiiiiir, complished young I... I.. Q114TH AVENUE, .... Un n.i npm Ar'v....bhrevcp"rt far, ami frustrated ami limits tno amount. 01 taxation, ine not be said. That their prospects are work hail N. II, Train No, g leaves Oaldale .tt 05, A M, unit arrive In L'hattanrMsa at ) ja, l. No. io lease briidit we are sure and that their lifu LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. UI prisoueis in the estab. bill now presented is worthy of a trial, There aie now Chnttanooua at no, P. M., and ainves at Oakdalc at 7 15. , and will cost not ipiltu $2,000 mom than will be spent us happily as the day they Mann llon.loir llnrtei Sleeping Cars on all traim. Aftur a eloped wo hope and believe. lishinent, seven being charged witlnnur-derthe old luw, the appropri- few weeks honeymoon they will return II COI.I.IIItAN, t.enl I'rl. A Pas. At. A discount of 10 p.r en 1, ul.l In fiisen on al JOHN C.CJAUI.T, C.cneral Maiiagcr, and sent from the mountain coun- the roads under for R. CAKKOI.I., Oeneral SiiperiUlendeni, roads being over to Stan fun I ami take rooms nt Mrs. (ieo. order i'iil fur Hat with tt copy o' t'lf uhoo ad desperate and n close ations last year Oe11er.il On'iee,St. Paul lluildiiiR, West Kqnrth.blreet, Cincinnati, Ohio ties. They aitudl K. 0. W. M'rtlseu.int, mentioning paper, ll.McKinney'H. l,L'00. wateh will have to Ih kept on them. 11 1: . 111 to-il- a ' Komi .w. -- We hawuilwayscoutcnd-im- I their health and happiness. Virginian has bunded the household of Col. T. P. Hill and taken therefrom the last of the two charming young ladies, who until lecently' lived together there in sisterly direction. In November last Miss Mildred Lewis gave her hand to the man who had won her heart and became Mrs. C. C. Panish.the Old Dominion gaining what Kentucky had lost. Wislnchday morning at U: 15, Mr. K. W. Smith of Nonolk, Va., and Miss Fannie S. Hill weie united in the same parlor, Key. John Hell (ilhson officiating and Mis Cairie Hathaway, of Winchester, and Mr. James T. Craig standing up with them. Thepaity was then driven in carriages to the K. C. depot and Mr. and Mrs. Smith took the Va., where Mr.Smith, train for Jarn-tt'swho is a civil engineer, is engaged in his profession. The bride is the handsome daughter of Col. Hill, the wealthiest ami most eloquent lawyer in this section, and is a very chaiming and lowihlc girl, while the man who has won her is the worthy son of a good old Virginia family, capable industrious and aspiring. We join the community in wishiugtliem luck. a long life of unalloyed happiness. Miss Fannin deserves the best of husbands VKW AKVKItrisKMKSTS. and we have reason to believe that she has chosen wisely and well. NEW BJUTCHER SHOP. Surreys, Phaetons, BuckboarcU, Road Carts and Spring Wagon3, marriage of Mr. The Kobert !. Hail ami Miss Llleu Wearen the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over wan soleinnied Tuesday afternoon at liter up'ii.sl a l.ut.. her simp at Ko land in ill Kirrnl s nr. linii.rund nm piepansl to furmh iV.'M, at the residelieu of .Mr. (ieoige D. tl.n pull ic with a kind ot in.uts, tivl. mid oyv Wearen, the father of the hiide. Key. tcr in their mmvhi A hiTftolori' ui conttti. up ruimin,' m siigoii dc ui'mitf melt to my A. S. Mollctt performed the ceremony in Stanford and KHllt i r i:i.kin. and Mr. W. M. Kright ami Miss Kate Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better Hail ami Mr. J. II. Kaughinan and Miss grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the P.uim.i Lcacll weie theattendauts. The young couple ami someoOof theirlrieiuls trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. I'hr shuiohiddi r. f thr llntisinji I r A' drtiJi then drove to Mr. J. M. I lull's, where, IKS: You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. a veiv elegant supper and several hours .R,,M:Kr,P,,,K.M.JCrr,' : a of social pleasure were enjoyed. The fur thi ttrpue of i lrctinc rar PrcMdclit (i llnurd u( D.ipctnr for thcetmini bride is a very lovely young lady, highly J W .IVI.XS, President accomplished ami of a most amiable and ' MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. allectionate disposition. She was beautifully attired and her entile trousseau is Mid to be very elegant. The groom hp to Umlilrri. oftlir llniontill' S: CofTcy' Mill l'c at Dr. I'rrmi.' has occupied a jiosition in the Fanners olTite rurnpilf1 KiMil f.rM will in iluslont illc Sattirda in May, lEEg, for the purpov vf a National ILink for several years ami has at i o'ekxk r Ihxiril "f l).ns-tnfor the ciHi.inc jrar demountrated much ability as a business (..(.' I.VO.N, i'rcniilvnt. man. They start their new life together X iX , , with tlie best wishes ami congratulations of many fi lends, who are confident that their union will prove a happy and ion- heMcx.lhildr "f the Maiif. rdS. Millediretllle genial one. A large number ol valunhle I'lirnpiVc Kuid to u ill meet atMa 16S8. at first Stirda in piesents were received, in fact alums' t o'clock r for the unrioe of elect. nir a l'rpt. ' v..t tiiem in. in lioiiscKeepiiig, 'lent and li.wrilol li.rs.t r lortni cnsiiinc eur enouglilo iA) t AKIhK, PreMd.-nttliu tbev will not go to themselves yet a while, but board at Mr. Wearen'. They very sensibly omitted the usual lour, which of, all time is least enjoved, Kk Tiirnplse tic t. klmluers of the knob iii ami nave quietiv setiicit, down . to tlie K.idCo. first nnt at the first National Until, in ...... Max. 1888 for the pttrSmirdn Stanford ....-.t. , making the bauds. AKQ The war dogs are still yelping in this .... I,. ..,.....,,. ,..8 lutl tt illiwillii iliti ,jlaaa KwiKininen'iiuiii8, to.v Shide '.V to percent cheaper than ever l.elore known in Ccnlril K'ltfiUv orf Fr()ln uw to some of thelll. DrillllH lire, beaten, HllgS suit all comtitnation of Wall I'aper Kir$et stock to select from at I! iH'IDVs Farluri, Danlite Hying ami prices iireKiidtobeslaugh - vlllc Ky I'alnli, (h, V.irnUtics and Painter' Supplin, Window (ln. etc tereil mercilessly. PIANOS AND OIIOANS. Aijcnn for John Clvin.li Co s Miitlc.il Mur.'h oidUo. -- The wife of Henry A. lliinlett died Tuesday ami was buried here Thursday morning. The funeral sermon was preach ed by IClder Jesse Waltlen. Her bus- baud and the five little children, who ' survive her, hae the sympathy of the ' whole community. K. P. Faulconer, of Maple Shade, IDIRlTO-a-ISIloyle county, has bought an interest in the line young filly, "K.iby Klake," by' Palatline, belonging to ('apt. Peacock, and will develop her. le also takes his DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, 'year-olbay colt, by Abdullah Mniiihri-no- , FANCY ARTICLES, &C. to train. Kaby Illake is siitl byjudg-e- s to be a very promising Jill v and the I'hyians pre nptiii a'curalcly cjtiihi in 'ed. captain may realize a handsome sum for her. Sam M. lliinlett, writing to me from Omaha, makes mention of meeting Col. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, Metehcr, lT. S. A., who was stationed CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. here some yeai. He is now stationcdat Kver brought to thu market. I'm t lower than Foit Omaha, and has married. Samsays the louett. Wat. he, Clock and Jcuelry lie. the colonel has a eiy handsome paired on short notice snd warranted. The lolonel's friends heivure glad to hear from him ami wish him good ,, PAPER OEeQRATIOKS .1 . - A-- A. E. GXBBOXa"S, AlNrirCI.I.E, KT. Ao T B. PENNY, & JBWBLBB, ' 1 d ntcp-daught- Nj BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! long-talked-- 1 1 I liu-tiime- iv-i- f Turnpike Election. V tt";; . Turnpike Election. mi-c- GEO. D. WEARE1NT, MAKT'G'R. I t M d r SEW FURNITURE STORE f M AVK M VF'FMi A P Turnpike Election. M in I , nni'ting-liouv- . AIAJ4.. I Turnpike Election. I j .. j I Turnpike Election. .V m 11 I Turnpike Election. di-i- s e u 1 I urnpiki-K.w- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. 1 ' 11 I I Turnpike Election. .. , ,,.,! fn,.r ,,., ' - as i.ix ty I 7- - & 111 - - . , . !.. .1 111 11 . 111 111 , . . Mai-shti- l . , 1.1 4 'w 111 . . 111 11 111 . j 1.1 111 11 111' 1 I 1.1 (1 . ljat . II 11 111 j iiYnmYM . 11 111 1 . . 1 4 . 4 I T . . . I ' ' 11 111 - 4 111 prtH-eedc- f 4 1 Vi-i- V4 h. " eV. f- - ."S. J lii'H1 Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal CRAB ORCHARD. Four-year-ol- d 3' 26. Full Hrothcr Kit j:i8. PRINCE MESSENGER. Ha) stallion. 15 hands j inches hixh foaled Oct. C Mock, Danville. Ky 1884, bred by H Sired by Messenger Chief, sire of .Maud Messenger 2 BLTXEMOITT. lla sl.i' ion, if hands and 1 mcliliittli.sri'l innko tho seiiMin nf 18H8 at tlie nab cs of Higeimin A Farri, I.1111 aster, kj., CF.CII.IAN PARK. Snond cousin loMaud s , Lit tVIHSlt j;e See and N'ttl M First dam 11 fast naturiil pacer, by Young 211 nam 11) AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. iinttois iciegrapn pater Young America b Wake L'p-- J ke, record 2 26, dam by Old Sweeper nicer Onsiot's l'clcgrnph Money due if 111 in pined illi iMr sis by Shclton's Telegraph pater lie sired the Ills lirt si isoii, 4 nf In. co Is I1.1t r 11 rendy come, son for a piickuiiv of oxcclU'iitli'inon-.oi-iinr- f, (" l.ucy Pope, record a ij- and trial in 3 k the) are line ii'iif arge Mr Koln-r- t ier Ins His breeding on dam's side is tc-r- ) iniirh like Je- one and viys 11 i the Im1 10 I eter fin e I 11 his ami imimim.s. rome I'lirner's 1 15, their d.mis hcinjj uf pacing p me A III ' feu aii one bts e.er had Hi reFutir-yen- r old recont i.id Mr. Tom Xi'wmaii, a former dork at lineage; and many other to numerous to men gard lo Ins breeding ttiis Ihnt his co t ttnn d be 111 Is lion lias haw produce im Crab Oreliaid Spline.", will be lloor limn-Jip- 'r sk.vsov. .Maud The pacing blood See helped to Nutwood trurt , the iinmiiiltint b) V evom prote 10in ihe , ion II is. 20JI,, Jay-K)- e Hid V II' J 10 and Mil sou is Hook full for 18S8. hall-roo3 181, nf A ctunder'k Aihla nil iin.l IW by Marn'oino of the this season. e,l ji NiiIuikkI I lint tt ho Is ilie sits-o- f iBI. : Messenger will make the season at Prime AVith the return of spring our younj: stood ' iij I Vaki'ig t .o', Pii't Siiin ' s. and 16 mure m the Kirst dam by Cougaree io 1st peoplu have hefjitu to form plan for the lii out of by lmxrted t, enco.- - Ill irouglihred Mil wood b) luiHined Moiureli Hummer's umicvment ami notable anions d dim ilhio ' At my farm on the Somerset pike, tw o miles south Kclipse 3d dam b) l.ong Isaud Hack Hawk (Full brother In Mijolicu 2 15 th'-re- are exeuiwom to that famous of Stanford Mr lrajnur liindml II uemoiii monihs good bv lasisiusoii lie sit s in sntH h Hay horse, ifi in trot M) Jack sort, Dripping Spring-- . One is always ner, Sew Vork hands high llreil 18S0 Robt II in(to tnitlrsl Mr l.elrhrr's track City Fo.iled In trick in Sired bv t mi.irnr Startle, 3- - ear-ol- d uben there fite uiek in 1 1'. the record a'36,t!re of Majolica 2 15". in HUio to enjoy himself there. I'lined by Mr Lrtcher. lie made a First dim Jestic Kirk 3 45),', ,11.1m of Majolica a ij 33 seconds A pleasant party from here, composgnod ritu at l.i xiiigtuu lodsidenng lii uii in 110 by Clark Chief, sire of Croxie a lutf ad d.im Old l..idy dam nf Little Miss 2 ao')1 and Clurlcy Friel I I.is gotten all right and is now re ul) forseruce t In. being fourth in 'it ed of Prof. ('. r Duvall, Mise.s Mary 3 ' F.MII MIAN A FAURI's lot, pacing ht (apt. Walker, sire 01 dim or Har will stand him at 313 50 for mires and for jennets 21-i- l I dam bv Parirsh1 and Lillio Thixton, Iteaurvpinl ami Lulu ry it likes Pilol.ath dam at. $30 lor ajack colt unit 310 lor.i Jennet to 111 Uiucisier, K) by Ilrown Pilot, sireof the dam of Donald 1 it. sun-- a living coit ill rich instance. joined another party in the Duil-der- ar auu lensaunu a iik, tin uam ny tauel son 01 iter M. S. IIAUOIIMAN, trand FIFTY neighborhood List Satunluy and insure it thoroughbred), Limited toDOLLARS to U Slanfurd, mare in foal, 13 approved spent the day Hshine, in 1)1 x river. ni.ircs Ili'v. H. 11. Van Nnys will pri'iu'li iii'xt Siimlny. Our tlinnkt a iv luc .Mr. W. A. ('ar- STALLIONS FOR 1888. ifj'4 .imcrica; l.it npUs GffllBETM WILKES. skvkmv rii: dollars thk MAMBRINO STARTLE, $10 to Insure nuking Colt in i in Vutwxl itH, (. hurl sired Lady hutne Wootlford Mi'iiilirino llngnuli j 4, Hsk Membrino Chief j j. , ll.ij Henry 1 o . , Meiubriuo I'IImI j .MembrimiStar t N'orlli iar s vi x LrKssotiJr is. 1 solid nl iik, ie hands high and weighs imi Hoinds He is a lu,rse that tecum mends biinxlf ctcnif he had im pedigree, but posers. nig the blond that he docs should make turn nnvofihu grandest staluutis in Kenliu kj Ser-tire- s will he Sec l.ilrsson Jr is h) Ltitsson (Ain list by Membrino Chief, b) Membriiin IVitmaster dam. 1 y His mm sired it and bis dauglitersiire the dims of il in the m lil l.rricsoujris half brolber lo Km, m rd nf ala 4 ti'iage for ear old and ld tj !,,, en ll un r at thai iio,ti. First dam lit Hodot lit oll Pilot, sircuf I'iK't Ir 11111 J salist I'llnt Jr irsnl Ujiii- - l Jj) yr tlie dam of lloliatli 3 ii I tmKwrrmmmn,wixr mmM wmmssm the j t 18, s 10, Mattd S Membriiio 30 II. I iyt. -- K jji,, .1110 I GILDEROY. m,i gi. seat with I 1 it,, v 1 j c c w ,'t-t- 11 o 11 le-- s I' i' in, at $3,OASII, if d i nit Sial.l-Ihi- s at lluu of serti c, pnt ilege return if i"- ti not w it h alf. I. II. tlURNSIDK FHOGTOH KNOTT, K. S10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, WILLIAM LVLE. My hue Jack, Willi mi I tie. blatk tilth mtalt Imp Ja. k nose, 14K bauds huh, sired bt l.)lc and 0111 of .1 splrudiu Jr unci, will inikr ihr sea.oi nt itg at my stable hutvrcn thr Daiitille .V Stan font and Dantillc llutlontillc pikes, If pi) menl is deferred nil after weaning lime, $3 will nc added. Falling with ..r Inotiug mire renders mniie) dye Will also stand in) tine Jack, .tuurt, PEACOCK, JR., At $4 on same conditions asabotewith JiaJiled If not ii.ud l.jii. e we mm time He Is 14 n. hanJs high, Mitk wiin meal) points and general make-upVir- st V j, I'OUI.I.I. .list. Two and a half miles from llu.loutille 011 the lluitoniiUc and Liberty Turnpikj RimiI Lincoln STALLIONS FOR 1888. n Mrs. I), (.'. Payne is visiting herhus-- . t'HK FANCV SADDI.K STALLION. hand at Pineville. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. IIIK HOSs .MULL JACK, lumsev, of Stanford, spent Sunday with WALLACE DENMARK. Kittear-olsoiini) record 3 18 i hands high, sired by the Chctntit stallion, Mr. Sam llolman. Mr. S. .. Kennedy Hay horse foaled aiahogont lay, First dam llracelet lit Angelus. , great l.uw lander Foaled May i, iBtq, n a April by Calilias returned to Paris', Tenn. Mrs. J. (J. ban 3 u slreof Ccloiie aifi, 1881. mSlnil Soprano, hands high, heat y mane rich tail, ti stricll) n't id dam llruncttr. br Lodnnuton. id dam .Miss fine and ; dam ji4 ' D, Will make the present seavui al the stables of In old record 3 ij)i and full and fancy; It botn natural anil pleasant saililler, Sljkes by the Cattcr, ith dam oy thr C'oloncl. Ar Carpenter, of Stanford, and Mis.' Anna dam oftohmiuence see stud book for further pedigree Lotvlau owners, 2 miles est of Stanford, Ister Meinwav record 3 3$, and breeds fancy and when quietly dnten in harness XII l sttle on Kith der, his sire, was by Dalcsmiti, out uf Lufra by Fish, who is attending College there, solo 3 3ii by Stratiimore, sire of Santa Clans goes like a trotler He is a 17V., ad dam Abbess tide's to the third generation. Is backed by thor- Windhouud, he by the eter famous I'anliloon d.im of Steinway vjcir.old AT SIO TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. won.1 the guests of their mother, Mrs. record 1 3V and Solo sire J23l,b Albion si'rrof Van. oughbreds onltoth sides, miking him tert acute Dalesman by King Tom, the most siuresslut I'om, MKM:MDJL.)IJ) finish a in A feu of his get tan be seen on the premise, .lames Fish. Dr. K. T. Stephenson lias ity Fair I 4, ; 3d dim h Marshal Na, son of ini and sprightlywas gait, in form and Denmark,perfect liugland haterer produced, hit "iit, (lieat the I' he by King Han and I'haelon, were imparled lo model sired bt summer ported FmaiuipMion. He SKVKX DOLthat still compare favorabl) mihthe get of ItV .MKI'KOI'OI II V. Ooddard's Denmark, he b dailies & Cromwell's S and made ihcmseltes laiiious as sires of ttinners LARS the season, with the usual returns ij;. returned from Lexington. in the count) A lien stilt be retained on thr Demit irk, he by the race horse, Denmark, he by King Tom was by llarkatrav, the sire of Irish Son of Kyil)k ILimbleliiiiian coll fur the season money Parting nh the mare The entertainment given by the Imp. Ilcdgcford His first dam was sired by Sir llirikatcher and Fangha Hilloiigh, the sire ul Dam, JOKlTi:, forfeits the insurance Ureal care still be taken 0 So Dalesman's dam b) Fanlatoon Wall ice, he by I'od'iunter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Leamington Misses Thixton at the College Hall last present accidents, but Mill not be II) III.OOD CIIIF.F, 74s, Albert, thoroughbred, jd dam by Yirginius, dam it is seen lint London has itv 'ilme crosses ofl'an JLIGHTHEART, an) incur of Virginius by I'ranby, thoroughbred he by the latoonand lltroiigh sirerunstliro' Lancttast, Tramp I'riday night was largely attended and Site of I'aiilne Kobiiisoii, j .(J K II fi. K P WOODS 14 (ilciu oe.eti , tslule I 'trough lus dam celebrated .Mason's Whip, 3d dam a Whtpp mare Itay horse, it hands high. Itred bv I C Mcwas a mast enjoyable occasion to all I err.iu Sen, l.ouistille Ky be traces to Orlando, Vnrnisl ilirdtauber, Ihe Fnalcd Mat inlh Caster, Stilton and all tin- m si famous performer, Metropolitan, bj K)dk's Hambletiutiaii, dam present, jne joiiowing is the program i88o. Sired bt Cutler, sire of hlvir.i. .tV.sr.nl,l and sires in Kngland, I his horse will stand BLAUK DKNaMAKK! H).s,uuihbt Volunteer, grandam CUra, dam of ist dam TOM ROHINSON, to of the exercise: Instrumental duet, by record i8V; of TrinketMost and 16 oihertsitter 30 Frinceps sire Dotlrr'aitd'Jliitaior, by !celt s American Star J 14 TIIK I't'KPIV IIOIISI'.. of or belter) by Woodford Mambrino 2 .ijsj sire of AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. .Metropolitan is acknowledged hy all to tic one Misses Mary and Lillio Thixton: recita-- l ASbotkford bt .MiW ill make (he present srus, n at I. D (urner'of thr end b) mail) Ihe ter best bietl stal iio's,; d dim l'rimrote 'dam of Son of Wal ace Denmark abote, Ist damDeiituatk; His full sister. Rem Victoria, lion eter foaled ller's Denmark, he by the race hre, Hon, "TheStieet Musician," by Miss Frmeeps sire of 'I riuket 114 by Alexander's miles from I rah Or, hard, 'ii the San,.d ik his dam I' orize . dam hv Moutfoiiicrt 's Oli sold at the Mil'irr.in silei-J; oil the highest and still serte mares at 3d dam lllack sire of (ioldamtth Katie Cochran; music, "Flower Song," Rose dam of Darkness Maid and14;Natite Aineri-a- ver, 3iTi!am by o didDrennon out is a finc.shaped I price eter paid fur a tirmd ware at public sale 7), and two fillies bt MeiniKiliLin, nrillter of which b) dam by Tcemer, by .Miss Katie .fames; recitation, "Con-lli- Whip; jil. dam lorn Robin Or.114th TWI.X Cannon's horse,j.b aack with heavye mine wit tail, i$t( hinds ' ....1 tt 1rra.1t K.,., a Hay by high, is natura sdd is jth Y FI VK horc in hinds high, by I en lime, k , nt $1 ere eter hiHikpst single sold at puMlt sale for of Trains," by Lee Steenhius; music, DOLLARS to insure a mare in foal saddle breeder. So and Drake tarter b) dam dam of rcll"pla ll .iterating b) IIL.d". Ilia k Hawk dam Monet due ttben la. tit aseertuned or mare part lflu.i.1 Chief Mares kept Flanel, addam.Kr line, Kcllotiv raft sand tnrnd "Fairy Shottische," by Kva Sieger; reci- risk. Morses on grass atb $j per month at owners' Miss Duman bv Stolt's Highlander ; uraiuUm by edit ith Jd dam Morinc, standing the insurance, money thrift's dam, by l.exinglun, Description and Pedigree -- Hlaek Denmark it lllmid I hief slrr.1 bj Imp lilencoe t,o tothesiud ImmI Aratus, jrd dam hi Itmoteoti tation, "May Days," by Lottie Dillion; duo if the mare is parted with If any mare bred 14 sears old this spring, black, a No I inmbin ssj tneitherof these horses is rrbred to another horse fur etteuded pedigice, and rind no richer blood (" W,M,le) Jim 1llUiod tannic Robinson iwli and ed horse, tine style and jst s lllaik Hawk sired the d inn vocal duet, "Cheerfulness," by Misses the money will be due Hooks are no open and anion, aad a jrnosl breedei '1 his fine Jack is by (iiant, he by Imp Palermo, toraclng ralander and find the line ha tnmesol, Chief j 13 Sired by the famous ol, stnnctvall Jafkssin, he by " b L,il, l.r.ir. 1...I .lin, illumines lls l,r n.hles Jr rapidly filling. t! ist dim Mary and Lillio Thixton; dialogue, . U.I.I f j CKCIL moth, dby Robinson's Sampson, heJaco'sImp .Maui tviihprealachievements He combines meI,,.,.. tf.rtllil.1,,1 .Mnim MS- allll - - llflOIII -, ri.i.llA,..Xl Illtl Miller'sold Washington Denmark, lie bv the four . ,,l Hull. llrdaliMlit dam by Imp Hertrand moon ist dam :" mile rare horse, Denmark lllai k Denmark iir)au auu Kiugiiiu itre iui' nrocners iir)Aii by lilacs Hawk, ad dam by lippacanoe nf lilencoe. Lesiucttm and Fhaclnn. Ihe latter tin Jenkins," by Misses Hiatt, dam by L rusader, grind dam bv Ulatkbiiru t Iwuh are ba)s 'i teiirs nlJ rhisisihaiidtotue Jack, 3 tears old, i;4 hands his sire; 'len llr"cck and Lexington ttsice through nanus nign,and Kiligii d line Whin SliMrtvall Jaikson's Uam 'by Abdallal'. W, ami etireme ) ami t)listi Ivlmiston and Moore; music, "WalkMill ertc a few Aerobic and l.tnny l..im, the damof Ven Hmeck high, buck with itiea y no her dam r Med'H M at mt stal Jennets and dlenco, thine in ) lirine, l'oeahunta, eti If ing thro' the Heather," by Miss Lillio Wil al... The above stock wi" make the season of 1S88 at the old adage, " Wood will tell," is good, 1)111 ) ining Matioii Kt . two mi e iimih .f Husleiitiiie on II VUkan.l stand nt ltt fine lacks III f k PIIINt I'. e A Dauti e turnpike, my farm 3S nil es from Hustoutilic near Thixton; "Medley of Melodies," by Miss horse will prote Ins north bt gelling progeny thai the D (. WtM.ll's. InbOrcharr! t ' II lk nrj,l. .., and will be permitted to serve by the ....II . t. a., an ln. , Mary Thixton; chorus, "The Little Tymarks and form like his sire. Hie famous leu UtOeck AT $1 2.50 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. tt ill stand at my farm 3 mites west ofllryantt-llle- , inau.inv, mile on the Fisher's Fond turnpike, the fine young WALLACE AT coon Walt;" solo by .Miss Katie .James; $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, tt hotelCarter,record liasonlj been beaten by his saii He Is x full brother lo Concregan Drake stallion FROX IK He is a dark baj.ist, hands dialogue, "The Last Pleading of Mary high, was dialed 188; Has been broken in harwcllput up.stongly knit and his the musslesand I len retaiueil on all t . Ifaii) mare is re bresl J .CO atJ15forJ.uk colt and i for Jennet due irnlivl moiie) wil all the tiest destendents of Lexington, t" another hore quarters of in 3 10 pulling a Stuart Before itiieen Kliz.ibeth," by ness and trottedwill hen a him per nmnih Carr seas u at Fit l'LLN DOI.I Alls l,ras. will t furiu.hed at $' will beat) cart. stand Stock commuted to in) care and breeding wi ' andinsure make Ihe hi.) .img ih iroiihbrcd still mike Iff ea In taken lo pri'trnt accidents or but will .uwm-Jinry una i.inie iiuxtou; song,; rcceiteiuy personal altentton Gratt funmhed to f 'M at the bus juite I Im re.iHiu.ihiliiv shoo d illy Hum at reasonab e rates, to be paid for before removal n W s WIliHAM.MorelstiJ. K) "O, You Little Darling." bv little 15eitioIAt il in 5 of stock No responsibi ity for ac idents or es ' A SHQRQ, 35xo .lames; reeit.ltioil, "Hillilon's I'nrailir-O,Due when sert ice is rendered and money refunded capes Farting with stock forfeits the Insurance. mare be not in roal J SIKL1.K CAKFrMKR iiPmu,!!!,!.'! ldtgree-I'ro- xie protcsto sired bv Frosatiles: hv .Millie Itmii.iiiirli. of V( s' llM J f'HFMIO .11? MiMtc) due Seiilember 111, RSsSI lllack coli.foaled in it;bvtal.lan i.u. (sire al Ihe Itnx. t was ist v, . . . . . ' " farm, near shelb) ( u, K 'uin-uila) i J't. toaster iXit) isi liy bVU MOKOn ttmlOL'lU1, "reillpenillCO, "JJ""")' nouroon cniet. an uam by lllack Hawk i'C ) lueO is, Cyilone iy sonnf Almont, sireof DesciipiHin and Pedigree by Fascard , , Hiecehbtadcr It a dim Morgan, iSpears, 3d dam by Oliter, 4lh dam said ' i... Jollll lllltl Cieorfie .S'Ott; SOIlj;, "TWO to be by Imp Mes.enger rub dark ba), stilk black imhrIs, nstt a sshite rannic ts iinerspiMiu.j in.t , juuam luunm rnicn, ' him heat y man and tall, ij; hands high an.l Ita) talli.ili, foaled in till, it hinds and weighs l'rox.mlei was sired by I'riuserit, sire Trinket, 1'iiiih 101 lull. " lit- - All.ss KlltO .lllllies, , ,4 vt fcn, j pcricvi motiri .is ih ni. (reesllng iiualilies. I iu pounds II c Is ol line st) Ir ana well gailrU. dn 1a0y manchebv Privateer, id dam refer to an) sfhislt.i year's tolls, trWH Dv(;encrj, latibau i iu by Mambrino r was irel tv Messenger Messenger I hiel. Jr avr R'eitatioil, "Allllty Doleftll's Vi.sit," hv by Ale.andcr's AMallah ssitkoiit a single escepiHin, Jarge. fine ami s. I. Pilot, sire of Hanmt i litl Mambrino l.ifi i Chief l8t liy Alidallah I'lloi Hr.t dam 01s sis color ,,v 911k VI I Vlll UIJ 1CT HCC11 .lU IUT M klay.Jr, sireof Hairy IcrtoUcnl (ieolge II. his pedigfee llrlo. is dam Cassia, b) Cassius homas, sire of Siott s .Miss Jvutie Coolinin; iiiiihio, " altz, hv Ji.roi b) Mamhrimt Messenger. 21I No. ,, HKI.KHLOADKK,lsa),fiulelin , This fine stallion it ill make the season of iSSS at Clay 2 l)h,and Du'angu i jj,, Pascal by Almoin, I'hontat, reiord j lieo looro; "Star of My Heart' hy liy Imp lldlel, i my farm, j miles from Stanford, on the Mantord sireof Pcdimont 2 17I4 , dam Pcarlie Leonard, by dam by Mambrino Chief. 3d ilsui b) Imp. Na.s dam Nellie Yifey, (grand slam f llmeile American Clay, sire of (arantille 220, d dam by lenn, 4th dam b rrfii"t. sih dam bt luer, Mb v and Dantillc pike, IMiss Lillio Thixton; dialogue, "How Ho Hob lohasoii Campbell, son 01 Wanner, 3d dam Kilken dam b) ll.iriisb) s Duimede. ;lh damn) t ilimiil s John 2 ilain Mar) Chun hill bt- AU Churchill nrv. bv Minjn. son of American Lchtisc . Almont Was Won," hy Will Haiisford, Misses jiji s I'aragun nip. Btli Oam by AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. 3 dam b) Isap Margrate grand itam af king Abdillah, lire of dold.mnn Maid, Messenger dam lack is i hands high, June :, Lizio lhiehanan, Mary and I.illie Thix- S84hisSired b) Imp. Cordoies, was foaledisidamby Description and Pedigree Vermont Hainh!e by Alcinder's b) Mambrino Chief, sire "f dam of , am rt imji thief Jrs yiiiimbj ut Vermnni sJr; 2d lens iionticr ,rat 214 1st dam sittnun. s telegraph Lite's dam Mislclw, hi Cheiokee. agle. 4th dam b On.tett (Sreai Kentiickian, he by Superior Mammoth, he Ionian Is a black horse, mated in ivj, in hands Dircet'ir j 17, id dam Kale by Pilot, Jr, sire of ton; music, "When the Pijrs Jtejriii to by I ne anaiysis,oiinit pen le- I dam lllatk e)ed Susjb k Tsfer Ir bv Vrr.twnl.dam bv Oliter dam ol Maud . 2 o). ermont Smith's Mammoth, he by Mammoth; ad behind, sired by Willi nil Fly," hy 11 little girls and 111 little hove. uam ny i.ee s .iionawk, ne by Imp .Mohawk, dam high, two white feet Ilamblctonian, 1st dam Katie igree shows two crosses ol Mambrino Chief, iwo tengrr t htef Sr lhit thr folloising Maud 6 dam bt Algerme old Welch, by Ktsdyk's 7 dam ol Ham imported; iu mm by i.iinott s rahfos. he by Imp Grimes, by lulls s 'crmont. ad dam lllack Svtjn. ol Pilol, Jr, two of Henry Clay andthoroughbred Messenger ma, bel 2'y. Mart el 2I, Hesste 4 dam b) I, rey Thisf closed the evening's eiitertaininent, S) Alfred M 1 u (,11s t m, Kibert II 2 it1.. Manning btetuniaii, built ujio.t a pacing and .nuns anu uui ai a tt arrior jennett by Helm's Yorkshire, lij Imp Yorkshire, 3d dam I Ins s 221, Messenger (ml so, a dam a mire !un.hasJ in Vlrrulkr i.u .. mil tt ill sen e mares at 2 23V,. Kalherine Cordcr will Und which was excellent. .Miss I.illie J.miit, nt t agner, O) Mr Lnarlcs, uy sir foundation s Horbridg for kressding, tsal sihsin- Kedigl'e ure DOI.I.MIN t. Hi. Pretl Hclle 2 jj, Singel) Messenger Imp Let iailian, turn lust, belieted lo be b) AmiiKit Messenger Chief Jr will make ih; ssias..n of 'II singing was greatly admired; the AT TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A COLT. il.lltle stli dam Kmily6th dambt by (Ireendritrr, liy Packolct, o dam S) Imp Monkey h Martland I'hiinix: Mh dam hy Man-dam b) Imj, Medle) Pongs, too, fo charmingly rendered hy tiibal: gth dam by Silky, by Pottel, Sue Ivnult, CJLKYELANI)). AT $15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Is dam h) Imp shark Miss Katie .lumen, were very much en-Speed In llrucc's Stud Hook' Yol page- ji)j) Ver-- GKOYEK II tiain by Imp fearnaughi . , inont llainbletonian Is a fine, big horse, with the A dare I ! a sp endid joyed; MiVs Mary Thixton'.s acting, as an nortc ur L iji behands high,to isserte mares fines stile and Ktxid bone, and a sure breeder, Hate ilan good aik, thai still srrt sired hv'William Welch, the sire of Prince Impcri combined stallion ill permitted Sit Dollars, n same terms as the horse Irish girl, was iierfect; the song hv little Dark gray Jack, 16 hnds high, 7 years old He al, 1 ajj, Jeremiah 1 13s, llessic I' can trut in at Sio to insure rasiurelir mares al )i v ser mi. nth We will also stand the noted jai is a Bjrtie James n as cute and sweet in ev is well bred and of the Jim ,ltPorter stocs and11,1.1-- 3 jo or better William Welch was sired bt It is sjwnsiiiiiitt r a ilitt IS II. Is h tint, lirrpilr K,r tt tUf dtk'h Hainbictonlan, pritate record 2;, 1st d'atti lllack stallHin, 6 hands high, fisaled IH lM,,tirtl I ' II M JnhlitiiH, . cry )iirticiilnr, hut the crowning feature gent that sold afeweek ago for ii.Soo. Wilt the dam of It ode n Prince, 2 17, and lit Imjiorled h) Almoin I'rince First dam by Komulus PEYTON E3IHRY, , ., stand at lit- Almont Trustee (son of Cotto) and sire of in miles trotter. 11. sire of .. . ttetformers , . . . Prince me i uir.i iwcicire.'s wan .t dialogue oy mu uiu oreeamg in the 30 .list .. Trustee, 2 dam by a sun of Mambrino, hi Imp . l 51" to insure ... I aKing sire, siyie ami Hi. the darts ol ollie Long, Mis.ses Thixton, "The Last .'leading of $20 FOR JENNETS AND $1 0 FOR MARES Messenger, Yermont beinj;.i grandson of tlie great tntoconsideration, uc ihi 11s this ineeneajiest slots reeonl 2)1 I hit is a tert stilish ItjtdtK H.imblctnniaii, the grandest sirelitiug, ever offered oil. kind and gentle In Mary Stuart Before Queen Elizabeth." 'In Insure a l.iting Colt. and ('nil's Yermont combined, backed bt thor Mares kept on grass at Ji per munth. No resuti hnrness Itlackuiniit jiromises n be a gi eat tvursr I keep season is paid oughbrtd,ttillin.ike .1 fine stock horse Iltsdik's lln tit I'or further tiartuu ars eallonoraddre.s for the stud He teas sue, si)l, bone and sub- milessvdl uili. if f.,r ers.c. this sasnn at rat frm ' ... It was Hplendid ami elicited many n Lien retained on toll nil the II. IlKICHT, JumiMMi t Ity. three lark, and , ..r J II HVLt.HM son ol .Mambrino, N, s llainbletonian, bv Alul.ill.ih, sume Will make ihe season at FN DOI I. Ivorse, all combined .UkA Horse well adapted t d Stanford, kt LAKs, on ihe same terms as Messenger Chief Jr sadtUeand hv Imp Hellliiuuder, id dam lit IIUIiup' irks of praise. Ml who. took jmrt in .March, i838 13 Hrtantsville, Kj. harness iiurh,. and ihe jacks , irn IlainbfitoniJii, jd dam b Imji .Messenger. Until horses still season at my farm on the More nets and mares. Ihe two tine (arks at II" t" in tlu uxorcises aniuitted themselves in a 'and and Carpenter's Sutl'iH turnpike, 2 miles ure a Jack (Jill's Yermont, by Downing1 Yermont, sire oj ft months old l) r insure it.,' from lliisiniiiille very praiseworthy maniieraud we would the dam of Knigina, 2 K, ist dam by Columbus, to weaning time 'Ihehor.e I, I K nil'I.IIMW , orienneKull' 13 (Harklejs) von of Columbus, sire ol Confidciuc, magj.sv'd like to bestow praise upon each one 2 2S ; ail dam by llcrr.ind, sire of the dam of Nellie Orav, 2 24; yi dam In Matchless, sire of the KI.COKD, J .15S hut time and space forbid. dam ol Climax, 3, dill's Vermont Is the sire of o. r. clat, AT SO TO INSURE A LIVINO COLT. Mares pitted with loifrits lusuran rami miitut fall, due II LN'OLKMAN lij IMF. ,i kOBTDOBr, ifi'-- .1 BIRYAKT, (348 SILAS VAUGH1T, s . high-lai- ' j art-jac- - louth-ton- e, ' 1 .S: - n j t, - 1 COITCKEGAlSr r J ct 1 fa Sio to Insure UvlnColt, JACOI j m "Ar-nmin- ta Sig-lo- r, PROXIE. 111 ,.,'. m , i ' , . -- -- .11 4 1 1 Carpeti-ter'sStatton- , Hu-tnll- tl I I BREECHLOADER. I w . U- - I s Insure Colt " HOIl-r- , 11 MM i 1 C , ,.s 11 to Insure a UvlnColt ii, ' fan-ni- l lerinontHainD Bionian . -- 1 ) A I 11 -- CORDEZ 1 (- -' 11 S1I11 - 1 , 4 d 2 1 Thix-ton'- -- 1 Sit-ed-, 1 14 - I I 1 1 WOITOEH i 1 - ( j lIM.iUKMMm - . il-"' . . - - - 1 1U111 1 TALMA.GEJ s -- ro-j- 1 I 1111 HARKA WAY, 2875. GRAINTBy, 2488. Hay Je-k- . 11 Stand at o oh same terms A lien on all c If f HUBBLE. Private trial at J tea is of uge nn.half mile tr.uk ti lh season Jennets will he liken rare ( aft. wagon a US' a. .114) 1st 1 his n.mbnied sta'l, it ill m i.e tin .i.n "f Dark A Sunday-Schoo- l Description Convention will the best bay, l$'A hands high 'Ihe finest horse, Ileatncc 2 and Pedigree ,n, lM8 , ni) tMe ncir j Lady Patchen J ,fyt, ind Ken it a nir breeder ami the highest brtd horse in ,. brown horse if, hands Im.h .il. ,. ....T. ...1 bv1 held here on the 27th ami U.St h inist. iiickv tieni email 2 2'4, ami sire 01 me id dam of ,lr Stanford . Ilust.-n- Hie Tuminki, Kentucky offered to the- public .it so low a price ... in proportmn with a hue, Mowing m.ine aneltai', . l,..,lira,l . 1..7S till U. I.. i making proparation.s for all mid on terms so liberal. AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. KysdtkS II.1mblcl011i.111, bv Abdall.ili, ure of )) eats old this spring, sired hy On Time, lie I t nir ss things to work in harmony as he ami $30 to . MonawallJasksoH, b) Washington Denmark, i a Living Colt. hi rml,.uier a 27, isi luin i.y fin. KlO1t.emn1.1re, liv llidlt..!. Itlllininili.r l.l.ljnl 1. a reil n.i), Inat) mane anil tail rat damlannie. h) Kmkaid's lle.liaar, he y Imp the worthy MissSallie l.og.in will marry llamblctoiiian. jd dam Silt ert ill, In' Imp MesM Iianils Iilgli, ol (ine .tile an.l .plen. let attiiin Hflshar.ir,2ddainl.) Talmage s l. U Hy WM.KINs MICWVHKK 3M, senger Ktsdtk's llainbletonian fs the sire- ol old ..11 ih.. sh ol June and l; lbid '"'d tsill lw s on the 'JCith inst. at the residence of thej Wiu.hrster. t. H.ack Cloud 'the In 'be b.i natural .addle stallion I11 the Louiily He fine jaiks, Nettie 2 iS.iikI, 17 others ttitli records ol 2J0 or Sire nfltl.uk Prince aus'J, Kingslev a.'jotf, and lietter, also of tne dams of Trinket a 4 and 15 bims.- f t be a sure f,.al getUT and hi. bride's father. J'4 l'" the ilmn ot lllack Juek, I e breeding ,s nr.ttla.s 13. others tt ith records of 2 10 or better itn. sirisl hy I lung h JOE BLACKBURN AND BRICNOLIA, A very nice young man went calling Yermont Donning') bv Hill's lllack Hntvk, '."."" " Abdalluli, be bt Mnlallah Lleiiio... bt J. Dam AI.l.KV, Kth in Allen 215(4 Yermont j.I)its Alr"l,'r Alnlallali bt sireof ! ' ' T"" ' Ibr. tli.r., the . t year. ,.ld ill Sunday ewMiiic.' and hoforo he made i uu t I 11.1 H.imblei..itian s is sire of the dams ot Kmgmii, 2 , and also dam bt (iieral ne i.mcr t I inl Ihilh are thr ril l'rbil a.j(iH,.intt thud.im of Albert IJ l',KM'" '' j:u) sire of tlie dam ol .Mambrino Hruee, the sire of !". " ' l"ck iieignin. ver "I ready to leave liih p.itient buggy-mar- e ' lianilsliigli.tvitlipnm and Wilton, :mjf by Huttk Tr sh.rinni Morg.ui b Ju.ttie Morgan, and sue Mred by prime id, lie .riionaltt ,l,t 2 aSii Idle Wilson 1,) .l IV , thought it botl time ami laid down while Hill's lllack Hawk, hv Sherman Morg in, dam by Prim e, lit KiSDYK'S HA.MHLHTOMAN-- i... .l"'"1'1 sjit iinui ij s ssa T.tlV.'t dam1. Dai.t by the Adam. A Alford Imp Jul .' h a last trotti.ig mare Hill's lllack Hunk i the 1 1'iil.jr ijtriul rnm,t rt ssrssi(st)ssrss "in Dm, ,v hhelb; Irtine'.Dn,. . ,st fastened to the carriage. As to how. Hy all an ily.is of Ins pisillgr ('.rami dam LADV OKIsWOI.D 11 mil he seen that dam Nellie dray b) l...rd sireof Utile of S ir.ili-g- .i 229, Lancet SPLCI VI. NOTICK. S'oung it iiiiliauis the b'- -l siddle ,111 iteming bhid Nannleou id. id dim I..- Wellington, nhe bt I,, r Kthan Allen a 2514, and long she slept I cannot say, hut the good ' Ameriiu I.. I....7.. In uttering the sort ices ot tins highly bred joung kiiotttr to Ihe world bi sides ivto Trial to tvaj-o1:18 of thor of Hluurliv 1 JJ'., 2 2,t, ami is tlie sire of the dam ehei ,. ,, nice blai k Jack, IJ hand, h gli w.t uughhrt-iwtiirod brute was at home next day. ami stabion to the- public I feel uMird ih'it Ih ssv hat (Jen Ttteed, 2 2f)H, Tennessee 2 27, 15 I'l.VINl! MOKIJAN also the founder of the great lllack Hawk familt ing first class mares will appreciate him, not on It Jaw Hose Itmhrre. bv I'.i- - e...l.. . l. ' Col. rndeiiiooil. sold hit. young mule Wilkins M ic.itt her tvas sired lit IttsdtkS. Ham. that h is in the male ami female line 400 of 2 30 or at a trotler hiiiitvll, but a. a hoi.u tvliose breeding Jacki, ,dd. HUen III) the hy lll)thc','lni LOGAN CALDWELL ! runks him among the loteaiost the land S ptemlior for $100 to It. I.. blttiim.iii, dam l.,tdt llroivn, if.nn' ul Pickwick, better delivered in lH I anxioutlt mute person, wauling be Asthe public- is well tiilurined, at a )u.tr-old s 01 um eoimnnus, bt Sceley's Ainerle-.loiuinntis lennets toe ,11 and see two jack eolts I imc tree m started In seieral cbrtely eontenied rncc, proving fr Hubble. II. Cox also sold one to him Nlgjfcr Lame, son of Lunce, Star, grand dam lit Confidence 2 iii.irkict .1 Messenger mare sire At til)- - aln nine and "Il th- - .am trins I will aS, dam sun of American ttrucri is the mly reliable lestun siatid nit Jai k, I og.ui Culdttill He t. black Old Columbus 2 4414 contertcd pacer, brought eoiiclusitely in each case that tie is u game, tellafor $7o. lliisiuciss on a boom and markets J'.iIijim- Mic.iuhcr died Ll.YI lll'IIHM-- , race hor.c At IjUoiiI.i best lit ble, ttith iiifalt nose, 5 tears old and nearl) Ii hands Wilkins 1.1 )oung and left lint few from Canada, sire ot Confideme ; as, Columbus Mielbt Cut, Kt null i)ilen, ()..le nud quiet and steady. S. Dunbar sold one colts; but from Ins jrrc.it (.jieed, rich breeding and N'.ttigatora ,t, llos.tmond 2 ,Vi, i"1' Young Co ed against Jack IIthree straight IIboats; others, 2 an. high Has iroteti liiniself a sure fisil eistl) In lime, one of the best mule J icks in the Stale He ttas magnificent form, lie er.it e abundant promise f .1 liiuibtis 2 ,ii;J4 t and itUosire of tlie dams ot lien At .Maystilie, Kt, ttltll llird sired bt lllaik Ugle b) Crook by sug.,s pair of mules for $'JK0. "Hob. Snow Mild must brilliant i.ircur. both on tin- ir.u-- i .n.l in ,1,. Morrill 2 17, Louise N', 1 2H, Nameless 2 'i, Pu 227, iUk s a dead by Peters 'bt Mason', lllack J the sire iioin.is New seven cattle to Swinebroad at ,. il, , Kiuii. .ti.ijor ,.w refit-- , ilortnii,,ut 1.. SflYork. rity, or ,17InSIter Young Columbus beIshas sons of II ttas competitor,the-tlut was fast tlmua of 1 21 hunt, ll.iuk by Moringolll.uk Hattk bj Imp Mammoth ,1 .,, trotted in remarkabi) .... ...... ,, I,.,,,. .mi .,w. 2 10 Mamuiolh ... Hawk performers, and lis lli.lt In. .....,,, r.r tl'lll that A si is tttid serticc is lunitei to " ipprote Dam bt lllaik Hank lit Moringo Mammoth b) (lid Coliiin Walter sold to It. I.. Hubble a lot of tier just ii short time before Ms death .,n oif. r,,f hate sjred 230 or better performers Imp .laiiimoih. He will be iirmitled to serte $25,000, ami the great din cr, Carl Hurr, s.i. that 'nlH ,s ''"-- ' founder of tlie Columbus familv, which mares Illl lOMIIIM'.D SI Al. LION, ' fest d hogs at i cents. he has .ihvajs considered tu.it in the death of blood was to the IS ist h it the- Pilot, Jr , blood Jennets at jofor j uk olts and $15 for je-net culls Wilkins Mieawber breeders sustained tlie loss of nan to Kentucky. One of the greatest mistaken of this one 01 A lien retained on ,,11 cults until ihe season nion tne ier) gre.iiest 01 all the great sons ot old vicinity is in not having a good advanced lliiinnli'tiitii.ui f) is p. ml Parting with mare forfeits 111.11 nine i An) mure bred I alx'te sun k and then bred In Will III Sired bt McstCitkc-- I liiet, fti, ths ttMti.AH -- r .sua , .. nit ' 'mwi ui school in connection with its common . . f .my other utiimil f I030 I ihii lis t sire mid insurance and money In.1111 ol .f.. O J CHOW (iS) sire r. I.Maud Messenger 2 fit., Abel 224' and clines due 'J" over 1x10 school. Hy using the funds with a few anil .hasIIAItKAWAYh.issircil4o sirtd 'VItlUls,l sired 10; sous who hate others Hrstd.tm LtuyCurr). b) L)tt'u, ire t dollars from the pocket it would build a jn ieriormers .uui nas sired the dams of to tier Phis toung stallion will make thescasrui lit the Maggie K 2 27 sonolTh'iriidafe- 2 2i't , 2d dam ht formers with nl 2311 and better, proting Mambrino Medley, son of Mjmbrlno Chte-t- 11, 31I lliiiul.t Dentu.i U a J irk 1. .. ...:.'i. . same lace iind will be limited to ivvcnl) maris Its lliu irm iln.l leiilll..,. t t. an institution here that would speak in dam hy Norman sty e andnction, ha. big tail u1V7. M p.,.e"1!. "' AUUll, the dam uf Harkaw.iv. OS 0 Glcntiewis a ba) ttallloti, iji, hands high, foaled hands llktll. VPIiri l,l .1.1...Vtho highest tones of eulogy for the advo- ict appeared l li LfLMlLSl il.imrlita.rw ..!. ; beautiful In color and hind.ome In form and ""'V. As 1. .1 r,..Mr.7..:.r cz"z i" oreappro.tchinjf AT $15 TO INSURE, cates of educition. It would cost less proeiucinK' clams is Htsd k'n lI.iiuhleton'.ts a sir'e be shows a true, well balanced gait and has un himukV'havittg-'-Amerie-.ii- i Star, the of doubted speed, hating shown iiuarters in 37 secFairs in the Slate in harness, umfer and yield more when started than the l.ddyllrown, the dam of Wilkins Micattbersire Wc saddle ... i Full model rings; andnutvasa h.Vt.e teirs old Is perfect nud know the breeding of IIAHKAWAY will bear And will go in training the ist of June. You will onds when 3 disposition He had no track ttorklast sire of brother to Dantillc2 Wilkes, record 236)4, .1 c s.w" present mode of schooling here. hallie Yagcli. trial il',, hy Ljle's Wilkes , combined Ills his blood horse 'a hor.J the closest unalsit and we have etery confidence find on intestljrating the pedigree that he is one-o-f year and s lines Ljtlou, the sire of hisdam, was by 4650, sire of Maine II.. 2 30. the best bred young horses south of the Kit cr Thorndale that he will produce speed and uebelletc those dam by Skedaddle, 21I dam by Waxy, 3d beieteheh.tnoiai.eerin Keniucky. First 33ii, 1 son of tint famous mare, Dolly, ,... He has the blood of George Wilkes, American ,ini-i- i t,rnr,i Eggs and chickens aie too valuable to li.itronirinir h in will realize (dim of Director 2 I7,and Onward JJ5 s.) 1st dam dam by Old telegraph, ith dam bv Frank: Ske lilt tirodute as from the produce of Clay and Messenger to back him lor a speed pro. Ilrown Chief 4445 brother in blood to tin! great daddle by Oliter by Wagner. Wasy by Hcrlliuinc, to go to waste when (ranter's the land, and his fillies should make any horse In uucer. be allowed brood mares Clark Chief.1 ist dam bt Money Petral, 2d dam by loin Hal tlie embrace Pedigree Kennv Wllke'l was llreed-echicken cholera cure is sold and war worth Invited to call of the bluest bloodthemseltes Wilkes 4650,--sire of Mattic Wilkes sired b) I.tle Glenvietv will stand at $20 the Insurance, money l.)le's Wilkes is by George Wilkes 212; ist dam are and ejaminc for 230; 1st dam due when Ihe fact is ascertained or the marc parted Lou Count by American Cla, sire uf liraiitilie the horse and his prod ure Attention Is called to Zelka by 2d Hiawatha, lull sister to Maud Wil. ttith tit 2 2, Maggie llriggs 2 2;, Klla Clay 2 27 ranted hy Mcnoberts A Stagg. Magic, mid he l.ysl,.(rJchle Trtf U,by'lDuleCr?,.i!l,,', Hams 2 16, ad dam Tcn.i by .Mambrino Messenger me- iiuioit iiij; extract Hoy 1 jj!, Kenu 2 17 Pott sire of Climmie sire of the dam of Messenger Chief, who sired 2 23V4 and Mt siery 2 29 OfcMtv, Itt ,.Mar. 10, 1SS7 of Flgt .11 auu .iies.enger 3 iny, ; 1 uam tit uottntng Syrup , . llarkatv.iy neter made iia.t Dantillc U illcs full brother to Kdcrsou Wilkus what could he Messenger, 4U1 dam by Moving Jefferson, jiacer; hat started four races, won Isu uf them in own truo lazattre. It is tho called a season in his life until tou bought him 5th dam by Hunt's Commodore straight hens and got money out of third lie is Our people tt ere absolutely dead to the meriu of Win M Kile's sire I.yle Wfkes 4650 "M 1. esmgton, jj Wilkes; 1st w ill make theiircsent easily taken, and tba most effective, the trotter He scried two mares when three icara dam Lou Coons, by ton of George 2d dam S'o- - - r:n- niiiir .111111P ni .11111 season at niintr r rir ui iiipiitufSalliu Yae'cn.hls mil vrcull that his been ban most .. . ntiirii os, vnitoi siv .11.1.1 Mis started i. sr American Clay, n 11 i. '... 11.:' " " piis.ii - 11 unna in iriis u inning second Chief, id money remedy known to Cleanse tho System old andjrott'to colts, both owned here, and lou kornios bv Mambrino IHatvatTia dam Mrs Caudle, Ihe season, cash at time of sen ice t.t e of them ..' for ami for Vet ot, iiJ ,y e, B"'1 e n.l saddle. could not buy either for $500. You can not (dam of hricsoni 21I by Hiawatha, son llels lyearsold, idliatid. hlgli.u he.iutlfulm.i. !y' lll make the breeder, ill inl'when Bilious or Costivo; to dispel Ileail-ache- buy a llarkatvayiouiijrster in or around Olney for of Imp Albion, dam Outlier's Ma'ld bv Mambrino hogony bay, with tine ijianeund tall, a perleet mod. ,n)-Kderson 4 Wilkestte.t of Stanford,season of 838 al the.eui all ie.! -i ?3I ,'i.""Ce''Of. el 'Kince as t he transmit. miles .it ,,ate le.s than Ijoo to $coo. oul ol common mares. lie Messenger. Downliig's Hay Messenger by Has el and a perfect saddle horse p,,,,'f j? .1 s a toV, Colds, and Fovers; to Cure Habit- in his whole life 22 mares and got 10 foals nlncrs, dam bv Imp. Messenger Dowmng's II.15 Sired by Hubble1 Denmark, known as On Time "PPreciutioii of ts,t favor. "UCCI1 "H cwfiitue,, Messenger it the-- sireof Lady Martin 223, Jim First dam Mollie Mount., b J anee ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. j tvl . .. ti.., ..t i! by jfam e, . 11,1. . , ai ifiiiiuiiiiij it.?.ii 111 ant; ..r sjcil. 2d dam by Young America, he by 'Tailor's Manufactured only by the Califtynia Fig ' wlielherl would jro under ortt-i'I on top of the George II in.liomas, who sired Scott Thomas 1 ji, enger: id dam bv Miller's Denmark-- , which irltes Wth lien retained on all colts until ier. ice feels leMol 'nu,,"l.8''J Mt the Danville K'nlr' ill give personal attention 10 mare., hut him a double cross of the best saddle stock in the Pa"l and Lady K.J Kj'iV.J Ira "? '.'! le. funilsheJ ai $j Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. Address w. itussi'i.L'or'"""'' il specla i world; 4th dam by John lllunt one of the best race not responsible fur incidents, should any occur. ....rJ'P "fMO"aitenilun TUOS.C. ROIIINSOM, CII.V.V I.. CROW, J dam Wnx ldcnt., hor.es m the world; ''Vi '"?'" occur, , hut v, V " o tbe Forsalo-liA. IMViiny, Stanford. KN;'nfn';.( K), ' any 7tf Stanford, Ky. VM.itC'K, Dantillc, Ky .Stanford, ' IJ 2 15 . Homier Hoy, 3 3,1, lllack Maria, 2 rfi'-i- , Lad O.is c6, and l.og.in 2 1K, also sire of the dams of Gambctla Wilkes 2 20, The King a 2iU, Nellie I 2 2t!i. Outlaw 2 3iK. Pearl 2 in. I. tilt l).iils2 ill ji', Insure - j i 1 ' I ' hinds high, tualed lbs-- ; bt Prinre-tiscio. si'reol sctenteeii 2 10 performers ' iiunuie, Ul Hamlet, 100, i.ie sire ul .1 1,',,lu,'"n Pantlliid 2 jo, id dam Lindom, the dam of Os- of Dotter. """' i U.by llaiubltMnian. 10, the sire jth dam b 17H .I'1 dam by Imp Coiisternatioii; t Wiudiiiigtun (ray, tin ill in Mugg) by Imp Dlo mc,t. l,incep, S.i4, the sire- ( Trinket 2 1. unci 10 others tilth records ol 2 In or better: bv tt'oodford Mambrino 221S. sun ..f Munibrinu Chef ai,u Woodbine, dam of Wedge 'd 211 lirst J4, Primrose, sister to Malmaisoii, dam of M.uctui trial 2 I0)4, by Abdallah ij. sire ol Goldsmith M n.l 2 14 J id dam lllack Kwr, dam ot Darkness J 27 and IUrni.i, trial 22OV.; b) Tom I'eeiner; 3d dam I.y I aniion's Whip. 4II1 dam by Kobin Ora) Hamlet if.., the sire of A V Pantllnd 2 20. b) Yoluntecr 35, sire of St Julien 1 Clutter a and Mhei. Yolunteer J5 bt llai.'blelonbi. ,.', Udy P.itn... i.imof Sentinil a mM bt stillmn - Mr CLEBouum 1, .m.-rv,,- ! i Henry Ward Ileeelier, j ,,, r I ..... )ir. 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