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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888050401 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. . I? Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 4, d888. NO. 24 O A J l!i. CJ I" IS LOVE AND NOTHIHC ELSF. ami nil tlio imivoiioiiiimI words thutSi'iiliu ii. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. .Mm. IliinnuliMi-geriI s ' lmr.s,o ,,, .to. OI.I Kentucky fnontls ... I lK.A.Ir3K ( H i IIKRBERT, D. I 3. THASK bred tulmpediitrii'd lo.rj alo the lioir, IIH W. b. rKSN glitcr of Ji'llMuliii. ,. ,.,...,..,,. ,, , .,. (lf ,)l!s ......... and some cord wood .... ... . .... ,(...l ... & l.KI I'HIt KUOM UKOIttiKO. HAHNKS what tlie good doctors pronoi.nceil her ............. h .M:.nrliestor ro.ul, was hiirm'il to death 'and the eontraitiiig parties will he one "death-hed- , THOMAS . NEWLAND who ih now the pieture onp (,,(V hut V01inj? hMm ml(l u lm wuek 1y 1ki. vhtMl ' k. of ,,,. mm ' , of health. Jf ever there was a elear ease ' N . Candidate for re election to .lie'otlice of '.'.0 K wso.v Sr., Ati.nt., Ci . TT ....rtain widower hereabouts. Micriff.niitijecttotlie action of tlie democracy Ai'im.W, 1HXS. f of "Divine healing" Iter's wan. I liiivo I IJ Oliiceon Lancaster t..opnoyu 15. H. VanXt.vs proarl.od at tlio -- Hev. MlHnk,t ,iauKhter of W. 11. All work guaranteed to gie en ite In it ismnoit: More than half it oen- always thought the beautiful faith of her tire tatitfaitiou Jackson, has returned from Cincinnati, Christian church Inst Sunday afternoon JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, tury ago the "limit N'nlliller" stood sister, Mm. IHek Warren, was the eh.in- - having graduated at the Cincinnati Con-- and Hev. W ill McKee, ot Danville, .Nil.' ISO. M. CKKKIK .nir nieditatlvelv around, if he alighted nel through which the mighty of (Soil Hirvatoryof Music. London may con- night. All who heard him were very It Candidate for reelection a Jude of the K. S MAHTIN IlKOnllRA ti, Ks Ma, i S3 Court of AppciU from lhi, the id Dittnu. uhjeit ., itH Ktvilll. mUi. W(,rk. Mine gratulate liemelf in having so "stage," that at ir.egiilnr inter-from the to the aclion of the Pemoirac) much pleased with his sermon. Albright .V Martin hex, ta inform their manj valt rolled through the iiiignlllcnnt v.l-- mi,ll0, ,rdlv "a until, of miistnrdseod" friend and clitomer of the change in firm nam Mr. W. F. Kennedv and child.eii and talented a musician. to , w'( in that M, . t,)M.t lap-- which wan all of Atlanta ,wlly j the dear girl desire to return their sincere thanks to tSrepiry, of Mnrydcll, MARTIN & PERKINS, curly day, and predicted the building of seemed to be; but I only mention it now between here and Manchester, tlie good pcoplu of Crab Orchard for great city on thin very spot. It w.i" to remark how mich crystal-elea- r catenas was arrested by Deputy The new firm hope not only tosutaln the repua S. Mamlial their many kindnesses to Mm. Kennedy tation of the old, but intends to make many imhamlet then, and in her's ate heartlessly forgotten, while V. It. only a provement in the manufacture of tobiccowliich 25 Riley Wednesday evening and during her longjllness and especially to We will will be to the interest of our customer. lrtl's, when hj.w it on my way to Savnn-naand the aunties placed hi "jail on a warrant Hworu out by those who numed her ho carefully and Two ttillo South of Stanford on Neil's sneem on "faith-euredevote special attention to our Natural I. eat W, CIt Aid n hiiiuII town, jrlvliiK little who practice it, an copied from one v Thinking; you mc at C.irlNle, K brand ot Kentucky's belt leaf. tieotvia Deputy Collector Mctiee, charging him waited upon her so faithfully. To her Addrc fnrpal favors and asking for a continuation ci promise of what it luw xinee Rniwi. to. mil newspaper to another; and passed with selling whisky along the mail Krspectfully your, your trade, ve remiin doctors also they extend thank for Calhoun Iii.h EDWARD H. FOX, S6m Hut the prophecy of Mr. from one prejudiced lip to another, cler- loute. watchful attention. heel, fullllied, and the 7.',IK)0 pop. ical and lav. What will glorify (Sod From the present outlook this place Mm. W. R. Dilliot. has returned ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, illation that is claimed by the sanuine that is so easily forgotten. What will will during the coming .season double in from a visit to Mm. Joe Cofl'sy, in DanUAXVtlit.K, KY. will doubtless double itself ill the not exalt man -- that remains. "Oh, what progress and in improvement. Real esville. Mm. Sam Rothwell, Mr. and Mm. Ha mned to hi elrant new building opponte illst.int future. will tlie harvest be." when the mighty tate has advanced very much and sever- Clay Kantl'mii., of Lancaster, came over LOUISVILLE, KENTUOKY. better than ever prepared to the pwiofliic It is built on more than the "7 hills" day of retribution, in the hands, of the al dwelling and a largu and spacious to Mm. Kennedy's funeral. Mr. S. R. accommodate and pulilic with fine pictures from the S itisfaction guaranteed. that Koine boasted of; for the whole city peat Destroyer, eomes, and his tnasur-e- d building are in course of construction. Kennedy, who came home to attend his photograph to life tit e. THE LARGEST pAND FINEST Is u ade up of hills and hollows to it our hiipk'KH nice a.e Work has commenced at tlie planing mother's funeral, returned to Tennessee Kextent. It is not a conforma- forecIied" l'V l It HOI'SliTOloMHOTEL IN THE CITY. mill, which will greatly facilitate tlie Monday night. Mr. and .Mm. M. C. Wil- H. A. EVANS, A. B A.M. tion to h' desired by a sttect ear coinpa-- but tlit- -. men sue "willingly ipionint building of houses. liams went home to Mt. Vernon Mon but it unite lills the eye and hea.t of of." Analytical Chemist, Judge R. Ruyd is at home fixiin his day. Misses and Sallie DeRonle, RATES 32.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDLots of trailing men here. The line the 'over of iiclitrcMUc possibilities. As theirgrand-uiothecirciiU and will commence court here of M.inford, are the guests of KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, with ycntMin broad- must wty the homes that tlash I have explored, far ils ING to rooks: fiurain on the 14th hist. M. T. Craft re Mm. Andy Foley. Make a specialty of c al, mineral water and Atluntoe have taken piod ..dvunlne of briiuuied slouch hats, Mnulliii(:tbeshafts turned Tuesday evening from a business It is with feelings of deepest sorrow-tha- mineral anal Anal) deal n uric of any kind. Send their wealth of buildiny sites ami tiirnttl of di i vin; sulkies, and raising; a ilust on trip to North Carolina and is on the sick l.l we announce the death of .Mrs fur a circular TUKKIMM.V RUSSIAN IIATHS IN HOTEL Peach Tree avenue, in no uncertain way, to i ccllcnt aciiiunt their unrivalled Judges Itureing, Hrown, Jones and Mary J. Kennedy. After languishing in an lit. Niton. It is a beauiiful city now, and is prifluiiil that Kentucky is putting Raker were in Imisville this week at- ot. a bed of stifle ring for livelong mouths Imj'iiiiI to improxe with up'. Tlie passion iiipeanuice, whercwr "fancy stockV isin tending the convention. R. It. Craft is she was called home on the night of MT. VERNON. KY. has taken iuestion. for'luecn Anne home again from a trip through the Rig April 27th. "After life's fitful fever When eablf cam are siibttitiitedforthe htr ii(; hold of bouse builders; and once STANFORD, KY., Sandy country, letting mail routes. Miss comes rest." How sweet that rest must This old and H itel i mill maintainit a blundering picsi'iit street mil way arninueineiits 1 should have thought Mattie Sawvem. of Neptune, K v., is vis- - have been to the tired, weary, pain- - ing its fine reputation. Charge reasonable. Speand un blemish; but it is a style tbattfniwMipon that inut needs be E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. iiing relatives her.'. racked soul that has jnnt passed over cial attention to the tra elin z public. . I I r. .1 mmII MOieilliy ill umi. i !.... satisfactory where the ups and downs .M. P Nr.WCOMIl, I'rop., mie. IMHl.Kltltf of death and into the heavthe billows Mt Vernon, Ky, l Convention. quite chau'd of late; nnd now, H'rhaps arc so violent and freipient - there will Hotel still maintains This old and enly port. Yes, she has taken her place extravap.ntly! Ik- - little to criticize phyisically, and Atirrationally, admire it ils high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. Pmxt Lick, K., .May 1. The Tate's in the throng of the redeemed ones that and, lanta will lie fully worthy of herbeautiful Creek Haptist Association held their! ed that it shall be second to no conntry Hotel in The front "lawns are very M,rrmni the great white throne of the the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten, Sundav-sehoo- l to Kiy, eoveunl with a healthy name. Mt Almighty Jehovah. She was HtraiiKe Convention with the born June tion to his Huest. l!aggvs'e conreyed to and (Jko. . Huixix r.ver in Jesus, is cultiwhich ejirpettinof Tabor, Paint Lick church on last Satur- 'J.t, 1815; confessed religion, was baptized of Messrs. fro ii depot free of charge' Special accommodaI have purchased the lumber and I M lirucc vated with Mirh nssiduous eare that one day ami Sunday. There was a large and united with the Christian church Cieore I) Wearenone purtliiscd if and will open tions to Commercial Travelers. HUBBLE. Mr Wearen a ok yard at the advertised, in advunee, by this, that in before she was 20; was married to Mr. llesides lumber in rouH and dressed, will carry erowtl present and the exercises were is a lirjje line of window sashes, doors anJ shingles, f this eoinmiiiiity aiv Tlnfcpcople 1888. 1871. D. 0. W. F. Kennedy Dec. 14, IS(t5, and to Atlanta lint her share of Kei.tnekliii.t structive and entertaining. posts and the picket fence formerly sold by s ; HOCKKR Mill. for i itieiis. And this is eeu no. To pniud of the Inti'.i.ioii Jociin m. on ac- Slaughter, of Dripping Spring, deliver- then, eight children were born, seven of Mr. Wearen. our joyou surprise, we hae met them count of its industry in gathering the ed the address on preparing and teach- whom are living. Wherever the deMSF, SWT S l,. MOCKElt.SKC classes. At the ceased was known she was- - most highly r KKIP in shoals since our meeting opened; and news from all parts of the country. ing the Sunday-schoo- l - II. (iose, from Pulaski county, was clo-- e of his address he took occasion to not a few of then, friend before known, STANFORD to It. I. remark as follows: "Perhaps some of esteemed and loved, for she had a kind rsmee the "wall" Atlanta has become the heie with some cattle and word for all, was ever ready to aid thoe ' capital of this jrninil old State, a.s all uiv Hubble for about -- cents. Cut worms you have heard that I have peculiar re- - , Stress and wait upon 'the sick and corn is slow uwarc, ami the eapitol buildinjr. well are now eating gn.s as the Manufacturer may nave ngiotts views ami She bure her illness with HUiroriiis. wi.rthy ofthecity it udorns, is rapidly alHt.it getting up. Wheat cannot la' let your earn that I taught heresy in the ,, MimiXt wns nu.scious until the Flooring, Weatherboftrdlnp;, Colling, mlu., tow em grand ter than a half crop here. apjiroacliin;eoii.pletioii. Sunday-schooWell, if I do I just want ,,,, aI. .NlMW aw.,v IH.aei.fullv, leaving Finishing; Lumber, Mouldings, Saab, fcaSs3BFPlsssssssssssssssssssl vitiiiilnv Ireii.t! the ilnv for the clef to say that I don't understand the mean- ly iron, its elevated site Hear the heart Etc. Saah. Doors ftncl Blinds alway'8 ,uanv i,imli.. herts to mourn her loss, in stock. LKUsNON, KY cf the tity, and the only criticism one tion of trustees for all common schools ingoftheword. I believe wi- ihoiil(l utfV.'j. A OKI LMT, preached the fu- !. iJviii-tccan make is the regret that it has not the people should rally to the polls us .v.... ,.w..v..v. , . v. , ..,. m.nu discourse ai me i mistian rimtvii Doors. Sash, (Hinds, Primes, Casing, I!ase Mold sp.uiotisgrouiiilsaroui.il it, in keeping though some peat financial question was and humility in the Sunday-schoo- l ings Mantles, llracket, Cornices, .Stairs, Newels, cliis; on Sunday morning in tlie presence of a S(0te Fronts, Shelving, II ilitstcr. Verandas, men who will Fleet to be voted on. with its magnificent architecture that Ood is a good Ood,a just God ami large assembly of people, after which Counters, Hoariu, Siding, Miinjlcs, Laths, LONDON. KENTUCKY. Kougli and IreseU Lumber, city's midst run the stand for the good of their district re- a God of Love and mercy; that God Utght through the her remains were laid to rest in tlie Odd Send for price before buying ele here. ra.iroad trackNin a bewildering netwoik, gardless of friends or old acquaintances. wauth everybody saved, but that they Fellows' Centeterv. The grief stricken CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. tonerging in the Cnion Dejot, ami Men who will fail to employ a teacher cannot ic save., unie.--s iney are wining; f.llIlUv ,,aVl. tlll hV,n.mtilv u the entire cei and Sale Stable, ivery, branching away N., S., F. W. in how merely because he is dressed well and that Jesus Christ is the only Son of Cod; Thoroughly Renos ate J and Rf'irnished, j their sad bereavement, I know not. D y and night It ceitainly is a wears a " hat to cover 5 cents wottb of that He came to this earth ami suUcml WII1lullitv Fare and Kea.oiuble l'ric-many lines sssssssssssssssssssss.ssssiisissssssssss Trains arc met by I'otite t'orler. of tin Popular brain-- . great A "gooper pea" trust is the latest, and died on the cross; that whosoever l.s.r sy "tLv . x Convention met believed on Him should not perish, but linns in St. Louis, Cincinnati, New York, Iloue. l Our There is a plentitude of shade and such k ., . . t &.u. - v.. v '. rr. mtJ ailliience of foliage of every sort that the Friday night and was opened by an ap- have everlasting life, and that only in Norfolk, Petersburg and Sinithville, V..., propriate lecture by Pro. Caldwell, of Him ami through Hint can any one he having combined to control the market. r'sident pottio.mof the sif-- s VjT&7rvWr--away in a forest of tiees and jungles Danville, followed by Hev. .Myers and saved, and above all other things it Mm. Catherine Chinn, wife of Dr. THE GEXTS' FURRISHER, of shrubbery, very pleasing to behold. It ti. P. Height, who gave some gin id ideas should be the pleasure as well as the! .1. G. Chinn, celebrated the 101st 513 4th St., Louisville. W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. is a staving business place, with tlie rush on the subject. Several preachers were of the Sunday-schoo- l teacher to vemary of her birth ot Lexington Tiies-tr- y ai.'l rattle of a young 'Chicago. I an. present on Saturday and manyqiicstions I ON DON, and pursuade his scholars to accept ' day. Her husband was.tH yearn old The fnhions of tlio d iy in thefieits Furnish, afraid the "money devil" has a pronoun-.- were discussed very ably during the Jesus Christ as their Savior. u ill always he fuund in n. am store. This is April 1. The aged couple wea- mairied (iood turnouts and saddle horses alay for hire was opened and A query box day. hold hem. Audit is u..t to be is the most what believe and what I teach; if this 'in lh".', each having been previously agent tor the Indianapolis stc u Laundry, the on reasonable terms London reich places in thet point on the railroid to best Laundry in the wotld. considering the pheno.uinal many questions were interestingly de- is heresy then I am n heretic." at, 10 married. in the moii.itain section of the State bited. The question: Should pupils be (fjiuthof the place. The Democratic State Convention of Notk. Mr. Slaughter has a class of '.'oi .SssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssK The Constitution gave a fuirtcpnit of allowed to use their lesson leaf while re- young ladies in tlie .Mt. Tabor Sunday New Hampshire met at Concord Tues- . l .." . i i ... .1...; .. .!!.. tlie first sermon; and the other pa pel n citing? ought to have been asked ami st'liool. I pon Ills return iroin llieiay. mi. resolutions itoopieu iucaiuiy J i lie rsssssssssssssssB lather full notices of the meetings. Then argil 'd as follows. They should not for Springs last fall he was by 'indo.se the administration of I'residei t Tho Original Wins. C. I' Simmons. St. Louis. Proo'r the ominous silence, or the guarded men- it only eati"'e.s them to be dilatory about private ballot, every member of the class Cleveland; recotiiiiiend him for reiion M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Kst'd tion .11 briefest poiblc sp.ee, that told prep.uing the les.on. Hoys and girls voting for him. Some objection being ination, and ajiprove his message to Con-- , lisp. In the U. S. Court J. ILZeilin, Prop'r A. Q.Simmons Livthe old, old story of opposition doing its will neglect their lesson all week ami nii'.de by one or two church members, a gress on the subject of tarill' reform and Hcgulator, Kst'd by Zcilin tSS3. sk"VH er M. indie-lor.when recitation comes they will drag to new election was called on the 1st of the reduction of war taxes. A. S. L. M. has for 47 jears work. A newspaper I., peifeet vmivu ii.uiubauuii. iiibiuvan.. "respectable" Mjntlmei.t; and "eir- - the seat as though they had corns on April, when he was again unanimously DYSrErSIA.StCK llEADACltK,LOS. JCo one who. fatigued by over emotion Appbtiti, Souk Stomach, Ktc. ti:atton" is everytbiui; toil. No word their toe and when the question is ask- elected teacher. For the last'three SunKev. 1 11. Kami, castor M, Jf. ! Church, Adams, Tenn., writes:"! that would interfere with that sacred ed all will be .is busy finding it as though days every member of his class has had of body or in. ml. has ever experienced minK 1 sr.outit nave ocen dead But reviving influence of a tumbler of ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS b prerogative must appear in print, if the tlie leaf wa a mill stone and bad to have perfect lessons. That "factious minori- tlie lor your Genuine M. A. Simmons Liver .Medicine. I have VT editor knows it. Ie is as cautious as the a hole looked through it before using it. ty," six in number, have all been ex- in ilk heated as hot us it can be sipped fmuwtfS sometimes had to substitute I "Zeilln's who dares not say Wh n the answer is found it is poorly cluded from the church anil Hev. John will willingly, suys tlie Medical Ileconl, tuff" for your Medl Kilarictl clergyman, fL'rit 11. J J. (ll)(i-V Items! cine, but it don't answer the KUAN'S, what would rasp the. feelings of a liberal read and as to the meaning they are as G. Pond, their leader, has been denied forego u resoi t to it. The promptness I purpose." Is. ft Hffiput Dr. J. H. Graves, Editor Tkt M.iiscriber to his annual stipend. Dear! Ignorant as the unlettered rustic is of the privilegs of public speech in Mt. Ta- with which its cordial influence is felt is slCCrSsDk Diilitt. Memphis. Tenn. ssvs: indeed surprising, Hlackstone's commentaries. If the books bor church. I rrcelved a package of your Liver ' dear! what a woild it is, and how Mcaicinc, anu nas uscu nauoi 11. M'MIOHAEL, THE HATTER, binds Its incongruous elements were closed on leeitatious it Would cause It works like a charm. I want no Bucklen's Arnica Salve. better Liver Regulator and cer totrether' "Not you, but ywinV" is the more study, less shirking and would give The Standard Oil Company has begun The best salselii the world tor cuts, bruises, 511 4TH AVENUE, talnly no more oFZcilin't mixture. more lasting insight and diive droncs'to tlie work of piping oil to Chicago from sores, ulcers, salt rhiinn, fever sorus, titter, chapwa Paul's "not yoiir's but you" is UnvLOUISVILLE, KENTUOKY. M nowaday.4. "Will it pay?" is Un- business or into obscurity. The above the Lima oil Held. The estimated cost of ped Hand, chilblains, corn, and all skin erupSSSJ!S? Wsss V " ested - " is submitted to tiie ollleem of Sunday the line, without the pumping machine- tions, ami piisltisely cures piles, or no pay rejJv it wary inquiry, before "principle" is niR cra:'quired It is guaranteed to ge perfect satisfacA discount of 10 per cent, will bo K'ei mt .! If it doesn't, who will care to schools. ry anil reservoirs, is about j?",!)) per tion or njincy refunded I'nce 35 cents per box orders sent for Hat. with :i cup) of thealoso ad upholtl it? Alas! that lut.epid teaeliem A Wiiiti: Skasos. It is more anil mile. The total length of the pipe will For s lie by A R Penny, .Stanford, Ky sertivnient, ninitiuiiiiii; pajHT religions can bo counted political and be about 210 miles and the entire invest, more apparent that the coming summer Is Consumption Incurable ? on the lingers, as compared with tlieeasy-goingis to be what is called a "white season." ment will aggregate about sort! Iain so glial Head the following: Mr C. II. Morris, NewNOTICE OF INCORPORATION. ill in everything White will be the The (Slasgow Times says: "Susan 11. ark, Ark., s.ijs. "Was duwn with Abscess of this dreary age of Bullishness is almost white gowns, white fans, whitu gloves aflR the Lungs, and friends and physicians pronouncspent, ami the dispensation of "What for evening and even white stockings, Anthony declares that all men are hogs. ed The imdirsiuticd, Craig l,t nil, C M Jones, me an Incurable consumptive. Ilcgan takMiss Susie should remember that even ing I)r King's New IHscovery for Consumption, Janie Dudderar.W. I fucker and John d Ljnli will .MrH.Oruii.lv ra.V." rooKH upon a 111 I' sssslsssssssssssTisraBi I ' together tobeininc III which, among some of the most fashion (OF!! woman herself was uindo from a spare am now on my third bottle and able to orerscc the Inve associateda themselves HsssssssissssAlssn Only know it is to close; worn-ou- t axle. corporated as stmk company under the corpor able women, have already superseded rili." Yes and she might also remem- work on my farm It Is the finest medicine cer ate name of the Stanford unit Oiter.heim 'Iurn. a "whirlwind," the dismal harvest with black. Whole suits of white will lio exmade'" Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, a): pike Road Coinpanv conducted is the building alThe business to be of the "wind" that men have sown. On- tensively worn, with hats and bonnets to ber that the female parent of a hog is "Had it not been for Pr King's New Discovery maintaining and conducting of a McAdamued ly over the "rough road" will most learn match, bast summer white was not most invariably referred to as an old for Consumption I would h.ie died of Lung turnpike road from the Stanford mid Halls flap sow.-C- ol. Hull. iii tearful "reaping" to bo better, Troubles. Was gu en up by doctors. Am now Turnpike Koud to Ottrnhelm The principal place of business .lull be Stun much worn. -- Philadelphia Times. In the but of health" Sample bottles free at ford, Lincoln county, Ky Meanwhile., I am thankful to say, our m store The corporation shall lonunencc on the 15th day A. K. Penny's drug The Pacific Coast .Steamship & Ohio common stock congregations grow rapidly. I.ast night of May, iS38, and terminate on the lith day of (Jueen of the Pacific, steamer Slav, 1938. ElectricBitters. was nearly full, is ...toted at one cent since tlio reorgani. the spacious court-rooThe authorued capital stock is to be fillecn plying between San Francisco and the This remedy is becoming so well known and so thousand dollars, ninth shall be paid at such t linen larger attendance than on Sunday sation. a m who and in such amounts and upon such terms as the Southern coast ports, sunk near Fort popular as to need no special mention. AH sh ill mescrtbc Itnsnl nl night, even. Praise the I.OHD. A line, Syrup of Figs have used Electric Hitters sing the same song of Harford. Passengers saved. The affairs of the corporation are .0 be nun agei! up after rter-- , brainy looking man utiue praise. A purer medicine does not eist and It Is I.i. t. hmnl nf ti.i Diri'l'llir,. llllC (if wIlDIIl sllill l U the Is Nturo'i own truo laxative. It guaranteed to do alt that is Maimed Klectrlc selected a. president by the board; and such divice Tuesday night aud said to me: ".Sir, Being More Pleasant rectors shaft be elected on the first Saturday mo.t easily taken, and the moit effectlvo In-- 1 Hitter will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidfur one year next . shall I h.ivo followed Voltaire, Paine anil - -- rtZ' " " to Cleanse tho System To tho taste, moro acceptablo to the neys, will remove Pimples, Hulls, Salt Kheunt and June of each year and Saidscrrf shall alo elect P5SssssssssW remedy known hoird ensuing their election. gersoll for 15 years. I come back to Headclerk and treasurer to dispel stomach, and moro truly beneficial in its other affections caused by Impure blood. Will Klegantlurnltiire, sharp raiors and experienced Then his eyes filled when Bilious or Costive; The highest amount of indebtedness to which Christ from the system and present as make Artiit Kooms the aches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Habit- action, tbo famous California liquid fruit drlse Malariaall Malarial Fevers. For cure of this corporation may at any lime subject itself workmen in this my Tontorial State Hair cutting part of the foremost well as cure one tnoiisann uonars with tears and his lip cpiivered, till he shall not exceed Indigestion, Tiles, etc. remedy, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly superund shampooing done In the latest and ual Constipation, Thenritaie property of the stockholder shall shaslng Headache, Constipation and Indigestion try Kleccould speak no .nolo only wring my most Improved st)k. Mv special attention svill exempt Irom the corporate Manufactured only by the California Fig seding all others. Try it. Ons bottle trlc Hitters. Kntire satisfaction gauranteed or beCraig l.ynu, C. M. Junes, debt.. Dudderar W. belsen to ladles aid chld.eii One soul likutliis, James hand In silence. Cal, per bottle at T. J KSSK J. 1 HOMI'.spN. I" money refunded. Price 50c and Jt will prove its merits. Company, San Francisco, John Ci. I.ynn. Manford, Ky. from the hand of the enemy," Syrup Sunfurd. April u. iM3. A. It. Penny's drug store. For sale by A. II. Fenny, Stanford. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. Low does it repay for u thousand slights, 'I'll 10 OKl. ",,!,,t. i:.!!',;U' ,,S'UC ? "y iU,tehtt.".1 '" meet .Mrs. Kllsin. nee. Miss Nellie Dun run, in l.aiuu.U'rt wiinii. . msi huw upon up ewry Ctm,m.iM Thi, nMM,.wl,rkI , l ,., ,, , ,,,,. whl John ,,,,,, tllt. Miss Alice -- trin.iiiiiiK for, Ian tin tins season in her A iiull im.k of .r.H '""tlnn Hi n and louutry ston1 Vddn'ss Country Store Or." .. w.,ii K Stanford lis PAD I? I -- rfd I M.l'JlO I". . lm front ..f tlio . Hei.iln.ii-v- . A ilui. VVMi milliners' store. There will lienuodilingiit tlteCliris- - anil Sow ,. rUK n oAljl!i. C1 t r OfTi I I At A. V.iii de SUKtiKON DKNTIsr, KKVrUCKV. Stantord, oulli ldc Stain, two duor above Depot St, V liUFi'MAH, VVa- - 1 .,,,,.. ,,,,,,. Fenny -court-hom- Herbert, - nr.NTisTs. ($m -- . 1 .1 1 1 accom-plivhe- d mail-carri- er FOB. SAXiE. cmsH-road- rt l. 1 h, House and Acres Land Cn-c- " MARTINA-I'KKKIN- THE 'GALT HOUSE, i MwiT-fMycso- ii n , Hi-tti- e I b, r. t p. NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. e tiinle-killiii- i: I ! - Sunday-Scho- Sj-l- well-kno- liTJMBEH YAKDI ya.-J blue-Kiiis- I Lebanon Planing A C piamm mill compmy 1 11 rviu-nu- 1 1 l. - m j JACKSON HOUSE. 1'irst-clas- s ' s. Sunday-Schoo- Jo;-t- f. rjk k. cityan-ipiiteliid-de- WOOD WALLACE, -- ?'s" s2r&?&i9mv o 3 mini-dut- y d - ne I won-thre- d 1 . consen-icn- . l 1 THAT FIGHT uki-kat- s ii sssssMsssssssssssssPsCftJsnissssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss Sil 1 -- ISIS self-in-teie- st I 'ii-iy- r time-servin- g . I SB 111c "ilSHi rirtr tflH K! 1 I I ss Com-jtany- 's 'j'JIIsW.flBiHHn'flB , nirri-lnr- s ! MHBMPJ - 111 11 "tie-livere- d it"5 I t 4' s.T- - Ty , t ' T .. y ....... ....... .....,- .- - "JT ? sf -- .I,.'.'. f.ljfr,.. TfV- - 'IV 'fT"M If L. D. Noel, Chi Denny, Grumbler; W. C. Miss F.uiina Cheiisiult, daughter ol Cureton, Tatlen N. M. .Stcxlghill, Sug-I)r- . Tin: democrats ot Illinois coiilidently It. C. Choniiiilt, formerly of this goMcr, W. W. Ihuce, l'oet; (i. II. Viiu- tin, ir State will cast its electo- ..i,.i.,. el. .ii .,v I Mill,, HI,. I I 1! a arsilall, Gil'tcjrisin; ,J. A. Vnniirsdall, nil vote for Cleveland in November, place, lias grailiuiieei iroin uieeiicai I. M. Walton, Our Future; IS. !'. thimrs have haiipened nnd will lege in Chicago stud has begun practice IJiiwen, Class Fiuvw ell; (). IS. ('nldwull, in one of the hospitals at a salary of happen in this glorious demoi ratie vein-- ' 1'M) a year. Chaiiiiiiiu, Itichniond Climax. Lord. K. L. lTlsstatedth.it 20,000 women Aoteil A O. W,,l,ay, May 2d dceieled to have'i -- UemverWickl.n.n,..f.l.eC. is All ,M.hul,gc vnts pTkmnr-whv- it at the recent municipal elections in bas divided the General lm.be Man- - 'VIumiIiiv" sit the College .hape V ,vJt w, luiXm?m,w (lving nobodj'ev, We wouldn't bine thought Kansas. .... 1..l!.... I.i.t it ...ill '.Iblttlin.l ..,.v.., .... .1.... ,,,., ,.,' lit; t.A iiKL'i s iiiiui-linn iiuii;, .iiuu; .ifl.l. .iiiii. 'f'l... mi- - ...... u """'w X.niltf It is lor llie same that many women could be found in the II. W. Fuller and General Freight wiiiL' meinbei-- were electcid pCilKors: ... tlmt with su niiiiiv uhitn iiooiilii wo'rlel so anxious to were , -; I A great tunnel I,1KX) LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. feet long, through the Cascade MountaliiR on the C. .1. Doty bought of Took Hubble tional Convention nnd take other step Northern Pacific roail, is about com' l"i head of cattle at a fair price. t11"' prosecuting the coining ptcsiden- - pleted. ISJair '. M. Peacock is having a large sale Stanford, Ky , May 4. 18S8 tiat campaign. K. 1. Xcsil, n youth from educational hill hns liven The for the eggs of his line poultry. Ohio county, was made temporary chair- practically killed in the House. F.ducu- Having consolidated our business of DRUGS and GROCERIES, The Sunday law is being enforced in W. tiun Committee by the dilatory tactics of man, who said his little speech. WALTON, V. we arc now prepared to furnish the West End with the purest Drugs Lineustcr. Let her go Gallagher! . A. Morrow, chairman of the organization Mr. artith, of Kentucky. The yellow fronts now being paint- to bo obtained, also Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationary, Tobacco, A dispatch (rom Chicago says: it is commitee, reported the names of lien. (if nnv malig Liki: many previous nppoiutinetits by W. .1. Ijimtram for permanent chaiiman reported Cigars and.a full line of Family Groceries and Supplies always on great strike on ed in town me not signs that the nant disi'sise. They will be changed Int hand. Cleveland, his nomination of President secretary and tiny' the Chicago, ltuilington ntiil (Juincy Produce of all kinds is as good as'cash. and . I. A. Hughes for er on. Melville W. Fuller, of Chicago, .to be Gen. Lnudrain, who is Ilailrosul has been declared oil' and that were elected. Prescriptions filled at.'all hours by a competent pharmacist. A. (Vs. II. C. Hunt, Curry, Howard Chief .Itihtiee, takes the country by surone of the best and brainiest of his party, the (5ener.il grievance Committee should popular salesman, was In this town , ,,, mi, iV(, iK, lM,nveneil without delay to formally prise, but it is conceded on all sides that ,. , h n WUATIIKKFOKI) & COOK, ville, .. . . .. . solution of u very dilllcult it is Cols. make Mien a declaration. usual impulsive maimer. his W.O. Rigney has been appointed ipicstion and that the appointee is in Swope, Uradlev, Denny, Gentrv nndoth-- j Dr. Hourigan, the fellow who mn every way worthy of this highest of hon- crs made llery speeches and then ballot dered his brotherdn-liiw- , Sam Hays at city assessor. Mrs. J. (5. Sweeney, who ors. Mr. Fuller was born in Mains .V ing for delegates for the e Riley, had to be spirited off to the Louis-vill- e has been quite ill, is very much im. years ago nnd is in the prime of mental pm. jail to prevent a mob getting in its proved. was chosen by acclamaA. (5. Scott is an artist in his profeHe has never tion. Denny was elected 'tn the first. work on him. He will be brought hack and physical vigor. Minght olllce, but has devoted his time ssionthat of painting. The work he is for examining trial. Swope was withdrawn on the second and to Lebanon and talents to the law in which he has (J. M. Thomas was elected. About this (tow Itiickner has reappointed Dr. now doing on the east side of the square attained eminence nnd prominence. A time Denny and Swope got into a wran- Frank II. Chirk .Superintendent of the is cleg int. Some of our citizens went to Dandemocrat of the old school and a believ- gle and the convention adjourned till 10 Ivisteru Lunatic asylum; Dr. W. II. ville yesterday to see the circus. This js doctrine of State rights, er in advanced o'clock veterdav. A dispatch to a Chi Rogers First Assistant Physician of the . not right. If the circus don't come heie he is iiv no iiiciins n iiiiiusuii, urn such a leinnati paper savs: I he committee on ICnstcrn Lunatic Asylum, vice Duvall, ... man as the highest judge in the I,,, i ..' will pnibiiblv make ,,.., re- - exchanged; Dr. Alvin Duval, First As- it ought not to be patronised. resolutions . i hhould be. Ho is held m the highest re-- 1 W. It. Mason, our itopulnr circuit the majority indorsing Sherman sistant Physician of the Central Lunatic; .m..i :.i .i. clerk, went to Danville yesterday (ogive ?. i., solicitor generalship, and posi-- , and llrsulev and the minority in fsivorof Asylum, vice Rogers, exchanged. The following list of golds, suitable for this time ofyc.tr, ami buy his little daughter a chance to see the him the !.... 1,1 mvii, W:.- i I,!.,..., ,.,.i,n.,kl., I .if ii ii for .,. .... kii,uiir, I'iniiutnii of Sell's circus. Tom PalInterstate and no instruction for president and . street parade Service, turns on the Hradlev for second pace. It is ultima- - Jackson, Miss., and John Martin, editor : In person- them of me and get the best: I'.icitlcrailro.ul commissions. . of the New MisMssippiau, fought a street mer is laid up with rheumatics. ted that the It nine and Hicriuun men :u - Col. W. J. Uiiidram and his sou, nl appearance Mr. rullcr is described as, w lock horns on this report, and the duel Tuesday in which both were killed. i ..... unusually handsome . his i. I. and pre- - The atl'air resulted directly from a publi- Louis, Wm. Herndoii, and Col. Faulk CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. ' cohorts are gathering his features clear-- 1 taehes are silvery, cation by Martin criticising the manage- ner went to the convention at Louis, paring for a plvlimiiiarv engagement, i cut and intelligent. In statue he is ment of the postollice, though there ap- ville. lion. W. (). Bradley is in buiis. California Peaches, Cal. Dried Peaches, ville attending the convention. short nnd slight compared with his fuF.eu of the four republican Congicss- pears to have been previous " Pears, -- The pictures in yesterday's Times i f Dried Poaches, .,, Wll0 misrepresent Kentucky are a tin e associates on the supreme bench. The governor hits requested Dr. some of the notables of the State, now " He is a man of high scholastic sis well sis tending the Louisville. So Apricots, at of the Anchorage Asylum to resign Turkish Prunes, legal attainments, nnd as an orator his liM.as the vsdiie of their services are ami it is said he will appoint Dr. ltyrne, attending the republican convention, do Grated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, talentshnve won him the title of the ,.,,nu.(j jt is all the same whether they of Russell ville, in his stead. Dr. ltyrne the gentlemen in question great inju Sliced Pineapple, M. Depew of the West. Hi Iirt nom. phu-- or antitlier, Imt it would was surgeon of tlce. The pictures sue not near so handMince Meat, Chauncey the orphan Itripule duris a member of the Protestant KpNcopal jMl jttc. ,u.(,ontor for them to remain ing the war and was aNu nu duty in the some as the men themselves. Lima Beans, Mackerel in Buckets, gut The State Board of Kqunli-iitihureh and has been prominently iden- -' where they are paid to be. hospital of the inscne asylum at St. Pie Peaches, Cod Fish, in its work on old( inrntnl ngiiin, inuiens- titled with that organization nnd conspic Louis st end years before the war. Coi.. Swoi-k- , after vowing he would ing the rate of taxation sj. )(.r relit, on Corn, uous in the Clienov and other faiiious Hominy, real estate siiid one jer rent, on person-ally- . FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ecclesiastical trials. Mr. Fuller married not go to the Convention, went and had Tomatoes, Bulk Pickles, If they keep on raising the value a daughter of the distinguished Win. F. his manly benuty carricaturi'd by the (i. A. lackey's entire tloek of ewes Oysters, of property in this enmity our lands will Bottle Pickles, Coolbsuigh nntl she has borne him eight bniisville Times. A suit for damages sivemged two lambs apiece and all are oiurht to result from publishing that be woith more than the lauds lying lies r ohildren, all lowly girls and of marring-siblSalmon, Catsup, railing it Col. living. ' eagle beaked nose and the cities. ages. .Monroe Smith sold to Sam S. ltastin, Sardines, Prepared Mustard, etc., &c. Swope's. :!" acres of laud in the Highland district, A Card. Chipped Beef, Ixr.Ai.i.s delivered liis niiichndvi'itieil I'n tht- I ilimr nl tin' Intrriiir Jonml ontiiecn River lor $MK). speech Tuesday, but it was n very ordi Corned Beef, LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Thei-is a rumor iiflont that have Cattle an llrm in Cincinnati at i to ne irieu v exhibition oi nal Deviled Ham. Comity Clerk (ieti. B. Cooper of I; hogs am quiet at : to ."ij; sheepsteady to be paiticulnrlv caustic in referring to' -- To furnWi thp wiIoiih with the people sit :t to Ai and lambs 7 to 0. charging more fur iccording deeds thru tlin nnd" Voorhees nml making' I'1''- - ' e T.',, which is just s., much money D. C. Terhuue, of Mercer, was heie, the law allows, and in justice ti him some exploded charges npiinst the hitter1 NY STOCK OF GROCERIES HLIMYS FULL. ' lust week and bought several mule colts dcsiie to make this .statement. Mi. had the lie given to him direct. The a'"Cooper ami had sin argument over the appropriation for $17,700 for at 5W) to $!!. Parksvillc News. l speaker asked: "Did not the soldiers of as to wtuit - llie legal tee. I improvements in the institution of the Nime miscreant cut the tongue out qui-n- on Indiana threaten to hang the Senator I "t Danville passed the of the horse of M. A. Biggarstall at the 'afterwards spoke of the matter to on u train sifter he made li'af Highest Market Trice Paid Kor with it al Hrsons, giving my view of the law, n election on Saturday. !,,. S,.l., ,ln.. sii.i.,h," 'I'n uliii'ti House. " iHiiLuiii '"r "!" This is the day fixed for the Iegisla- - inond Climax. though I never said nor ever intended Voorhi'cs rest innded: "The Senator i HAMS. 8IDKS, .SIIOl'LDKKS Let us JOWLS. . . ui,,i, ,. Our local elealers are eiU'ering from to intimate tlmt he was knowingly ...i..... i... !..tS...ot.,uj ..,v .ii tive ner diem to be shut nil lilb 1UII IIIIUII 111. ii. vii, i.iiv will be no hitch m the --M to lil cents for wool according to! ''barging mon than the law allowed, thing-agr- esit liar and si dirty dog. t lmy that there ipudity. The failtue of the tobacco He and I lefeired the matter to John never occurred, never in the world. That programme. the luinde plants will cause a much greater area to Blain, .1. W. Alcorn and J. It. Paxton, -Si'iwte bill I pas.s it is all the answer I have, and Winches-- all of whom agreed that Mr. Cooiier was bsiek to the scoundrel behind theSenator system in the Suite prison wis passed in be put in hemp than usual. right in his charges, John llui.n. who is instigating these lies," referring the House and will go at once to the ter Democrat. In Paper Boxes, The U'.xington rices begin next1 Tiniiersville, Ky., May :t, Isss. - governor lor n.s ap.niN a. to H.tinKPiitiitivc Johnson who wit bef? 5 local bills passed was Monday with I gresit staku niees, the! took it all hind Imralls. The Kunsan ' ,t Cleu'lan.l has .qqiroved IS IN like a baby, not even responding in the the House's Wednesday afternoon's rec- Distiller's Stake, iY. entries; the Di.xianai ' t,",!,1 al! Ui ord, li resit disorder prevailed and the Stakes, It:! entries; the Wilgus Stakes. .17 "lor" I1'":1"11 Ohio stvle "You're another." "",l Mi" ,,U' II 11 ..1i.M,w",,,ll,'r' menagerie howled itself hoarse, . ..., .... noui over liw k.iihu,ii elii..i.s ll (in., got Tin: people of Suiniieiville, --The Senate adopted the House bill tries, ami each of the six davs will K.M.nr.uw 1' "ve-- i em.y tired of the governor respiting Henry red ueing the rate of taxation from 471 to fullvasinteiesting ...-. .. big event i.cio ,K.ns.on inns, nowPrices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory.-t&- a ti recKicssiy mini nouses pass siicn inns, Pope, under sentence of denth for out- - A'l cents. It also passed bills to increase looked for H- i- veloen. lend r. r.igeous sissault on si young lady, and the imv of the Secretary of State to -S- upt. W. X. Potts this week a'ul "' ''l'H.v illustrated in his inn, h elenouue- - MARK HARDIN, granted another delay of K) ooo, the treasurer to $:i,000 nnd circuit a . f wheat fr.im Muvsville when he tM1,r Clerk. ami uitistniteii sooiten tluit days in the proceedings this week they 'judges to $.$,000. smother from Hyattsville. It cost him ei House or the other should begin to went in a body, took Mr. Pope out of Semite p:is-e- d the bill creating S.'i cents n bushel sit each place and with oni jail and aelorneel a tjee with his carcass, the otlice of State Insjiector to be tilled the freight ami d ravage the cost laid show more care by this time. But the " " """ ' ilnv ""'V ",l . '" """ " isalM,iit!K)e-eiits,whi.lie may have gone straight home tci y apiioiiituimit by the governor. The down at the ' if.r......i.iK ..... hesiven, but the mob wern't in for any ssilary attached is $:t,lXX) and the iluties is live cents elieancr than it I..m ' ( . Dewitt, iIeuticall tlieNiifie hill pastfoolishness ami gave him no time to ky 0f oiHcerare to examine the accounts bought here. ed both Houses si ml was scut to him, to on the light loud or of nil Stsite institutions. whether he was L. M. I.nsey attended the eoiubiiin-- , vetoed as a matter of course, and to not. tion sale sit Lexington Wednesday and be give the howlers smother elmiiee to says that no extra good stock was oiler-eeNEWS CONDENSED. Tin: doctors go for si man when they Owing to the slimuess of the crowd howl. St. Umis Dispa; .i. -- Another judge has refused to release get n chance, especially if he is a rich several owneis put oil' exposing their I.imi: Ci in: I'on (i iei:s.--AOhio one. Dr. Simmons, who wsis Mr. Til- - Cornelison on habeas corpus proceed- - stock till next week, when the niees will' farmer tells how he suceessfully' isi..s ilea's physician, has brought suit against ings. bring nuue buyers. J. It. lagan had this remedy: "Pluce a Imirel on end, in his exeeutois for s?U:t,0.K) for medical Trenton, a village in Todd county, announced from the stand that sis s.miii which put the brood of chickens; colciservices. If this man of pills had visited l0t Ii! houses by lire, which neaily en- as be could bring Ins hore, stal- - the top of the barrel with a tile Sage of Grainercy Park every day for tirely wiped it out. lions and brood mares from California a piece of thin old carpet. On this put negro killed John Biley I'ainsey, . four years and had charged $100 for csieh he will put sill of them up at auction at hciiiiu dry lime, pat ami stir it for live or hitley Station, Puli-c- Lexington. visit, his bill would hardly have been sis si white man, at eight minutes, which is about long largo sis he makes. It is very likely that ki eoiiuty and inside his escape. II.W imough for the ediickens to inhale the - A strong How if nntunil gas was DaWlLe7b0YlTC0UNTY. if Slt.OOO is offered him in cash he won't dtity atmosphere. It is better to gie split the trade. struck near Ligrange Wcdnesdsiy at a let the other The :! o'clock south bound fast train ,u,m ,u, imi. i,.lt, as tll(. (ll1,( svniptoms . . ....... ...... .in a mini sir.im i neptli ol on the Cincinnati Southern road killed a f ,,lMMr, when they' seem to pip, Tin: Louisville Times, in its double - hi 51 Jersey belonging to Col. W. F. ilv,. 'suinics.' SomeliinesoiiebriMid number celebrating its fourth hifthda) , building A hill to construct a public wj ,V(uirt' two b.iths (o render theieinhas a cartoon representing the pAr diem in eery town 'where $:J,000 woith of Kvanson Wednesday. The chief excitement thisinorningin cdveirectual." marching out of the capital with business is done in its postollice is before solons tne noiy citv oi lMiiville is .N'lls circus s full of money they have not Congress. The internal reveilue collections for and ineiiiigerie. The ISO pupils of the esuneil, each wearing enipis upon his the Charles I. De P.aiim, cashier 'of the past nine mouths aggregated $M',- arm and a downcast and sorrow (ill coun- National Pai k Bank of New York, who Deaf ami Dumb Asylum wishing to at- " r.i .l... iiti-- o .... im ".""" It is a pretty good take oil' nil has disappeared, is a defsiulterin thesuni ten.l, Mr. Sells very kindly agreed to let oi 1 njniuiiiii tenance. Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical WatchM'iii in nit' iitni iiriill them "jmss into the inside of the tent" around. Out ilistingiiished member is of .?. tt,000. vesir. at l.'i cents jier head. plainly ii'eognued hi the .'th from the - John Jones, a young The Sulliin of Morocco declines toar-- maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness Wnt'etlelil l.i.i. IkiikiIiI mi 'I'n,, j. last of the strjng. man living in Bath county, attempted to .1,.... v ibitrate his dilliculty with the I'nited and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to i v m..ii.. .., i suit the t",l,u's- cut oil' the head of a chicken, missed his county, head ' and Polled Gov. MeCitKMiv made a speech on the eye. instead took oh" his left hand Angus cattle sit $M per head, said to be tarill' Tuesday, which is said by those mark and Atiiik It w.i, (i i.Mi:. He (excitedly it to' have been eine of the sit the wrist. the liuest of this breed ever "By Jove, did you see that who heard Seth Thomas, the gresit clock man, biought into Kcntueky. Same linn ditch that llyV" She (petulantly)--"best delivered before the House. Much who manufactured everything in the bought of Fayette didn't. of his leiusirkh were directed toward Pig county parties live. course . don't see how you ... I..I. ' 'I and .Vyear-ol""" " " Iron Koley, who. had ignorantly or otli- - n""I '" " ,m' saddle geldingsat prices can see a lly so far away, when it is all . r i ii Ciivviir i1mlr illiil ...i ranging from illtd to SKK). imii no (usee tue nan. orwise nusstateii m.iny meis wuu regsiru uai no tuey on tnlomi -- A telegram was received by Mr. with the poor little' Hies anyway, John, to Kentucky, and holiterallyskinnedthe Marv Seinore, 1, and Sarah Ballon, Gnlm Caldwell Washington ancient protectionist alive. Tuesday, iiiiiiouiieiug the when they catch thein'.'" fought a dued at Luna Valley, X. M., Hi, marriage of his brother, Be v. J. W.Cald- - Clitic Tins is a great country. Sunday while over the atrections of si cowboy, and Ssi- well, at lch,iiiou, Tenii., lo .hiss .ioiiiiic ,, Milker tto wilcl- - Well, ,. Imt success' the inurcury wsishoiiring up in the 00s rah eau'dit si ball in her lovelv booni, .ooigaii. .eir. ciuiwe i isa native of this i iloliu, .Mi. Mintli will Wile , . ' at Baltimore ami people were sweltering Niioilin" its m.iiuj. . In. now , . ,nmilv urn . s ...... liMstnrol... . ('inn mi. give lile a Weels ri wasll ' ami . . '1'ivo enlored men nun lee lor llellllla-was snowing at Minne- ... and perspiring, it ii ,,,, N11H, ,,, .aim i. aisi. iresoycennn enu.cn su ,. Mw. in the Northwe-- t like fury, Miou into the young Men's Christian As- - The bride is a daughter of (ien. John II. M,t, in,.s Mlt? apolisand in fP .,. , ..,. o.,:,.,.,. ..... while the wimts liowieel ami wuisiiuci a socisitioti at iimiaiuipoiw iiuu uemi le- - witrtill tin . .... ntiho iit'oln i'iiili'i' littwl. . ly) plon hd! We'll make the comi.i inseel will take the matter to the Federal V". n ' real hlixKiird. ' fcft down on itn knee yet! A iiieeling of the graduating class 'Conns charging iliseriinination. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal iSSX! '. .o',t Special Announcement.. I- C j . y. .1 l.i... Huston K. StateNit-lsirgeb- y to-da- y ii Irts f ! J .:... I , .,?,,,. pow-wow i -j - f Pu-se- y, nii I ' - e I j - I I chip-tra- p, newspa-lUnckbui- n ; ses-sio- n sto-h- I - STIPLE vl --V- ' I bell-rop- e sevcr-Foxto- w I - i is- -- I AM) '''t' 1 "-'- m V1'' THE BEST THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. l i.itrien:tl...M.-(iRitli;imSl..k..- . ... li...... try """" - li cr be-e- car-loa- d T. E;. w-nLTOis- me-sjig- he t. i mi, j l. ' n I j - PLEASE OBSERVE eoll'w-sii'k- or t M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- JV -- -- I .I! mm-sto- ne. ; '"i t.,. - grip-sack- WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. - e 1 '"''" ! o-- .i t ne.ir-siglite- d A- - 1 1 i car-loa-d lei't-lleld- ... - Of ! I I ,"-"- - d I GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. . - ... I ,,.,,,,.. I , ..,. ii .... mh-- t , ' -- j I ; s l,l. tluit whole theiiiMilves. . TT.T-- r. un-se- x vv'-ZS rjr.1. . bc . 4u-- . -.- Agent Hotchkiss in order to reduce ex- - M Mi. v Ihuin, Ilisto.ian; pellsets. iIvi,w I10iKHy t.vur I a wliito filuM.-i)mfor;.Lt- i. i'. "S?!!.' ... - v' ..r. . . - aar i. ui jtt' rxrrl-n.w- ii ll.iniM. , .... ! SI.-ufo- ur The operator who receives cablegrams sits in a dark room and the spark from the wire is shown in n looking-glasTliis is rellected on the wall ami is read in that way. s. "TAIili PAPER and FXTHITITXJRE. COMPLETE .'STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND B, K. WEAH3G3STo i m. -.- r-,. . it '.y " 9 " w. '. igy" i tTujaei -- .!. r. .?r. irlXSi,,At. ,nmm?lr'&itfjijte. liim-l-i nrn-- i ilffTnfc.y TfcMinriTi 7 ' INDIANA DEMOCRATS. MM ft C MaUod for aorwnor I4f W. IU Myers (or Meat. Oornor. lid na-tlv1 l CourtUnd 0. Matron, nominated for rot. mor by tho DomocraUi of Indlaun, U a e In of Hint ststo. Ho wan burn in Franklin county, h county that has furnished u nuuiU-- of prominent man, among ttivin Ik ing lien, Low Wallace, uutlior of "Hen Ilur," ntid Captain Ends, ol Jetty fume. Ill father Hon Jolm A. MntwMi, was onco the Whig nominee lor governor of luiilittin. Col MiitMin intended Anbury mow IV 1'itiiv.l nnl verslty nt (iiitiiyutln, whoro he graduated He early entcnil the I'nioii with honor nrtny In thn nr ot tliu rebellion it n private r if A p Mililicr. nml fought his m y up to n He took colonelcy part In several of Dm iw.tiui-ortiiut several time An DiMiiornt, he UMik purl in nil polltlcnl mill G, C UATKDN tern, nml. big vtry agreeable inniiner. liu iu nccc Mrtly Mrw)iinv impnliir In IN" . wns nniniinili-i- l for eoiigri-- u. Ills opium-libeing the rninl-.iltit! the and (JriM'tiUu krm He defc-itethe con. lunation liy it hiiinlxmic innjnriiv lit-to each of the aiiiisvdiii); Iihimi grew lu tut uinv lafceii .1 plmv in hit nty, nml (or mhiii- time hiu been chair limn of the Iioiim- ii un iiiwihd Metis, lit tin linvotiil it great deal of 111' tltnc in congress to imiimoii mutter, nml ha mnilo hlui-el- f Hip'ilni with tho Mildlei wpixMitlly in hit. On the .tump he b ft Uncut Ait nml l count. il iw one of tin best hi mrty has In hi hint mew lor out Kn-- j-. he hitil ii split In lu rty to mrrl own n "I'll iih ii niimt iHiur l'emhliriin candl ibita The noiilt iw ono iff the IkiTU-political iiiniininjiii titer fought In Hindi trict. Ho outgeneraled nre tlccte.. hut hy n reduced majority lie hull iiiK.iit!fl mill courtly wldrt-M-.- , uml hi nuui Hers urn n ilium,; Hi. Ii.ik few i anion;; tliov t tmn 1.1 riicmli'v 'i-t)lltli. t iMpilpKi in nil thn ko to ninke up n mmx'tnl politichin dipt. V It iiyciv iiiumil for liititrii lint Rccriinra I mn of Uhio tnrth. lui IimiI all i iimnho.l llltt in im,i miiL Ho pivivtil n common wIhk-mIii ration anil chose the ln for n profcw.1011 oon ntlcr tho Jjtvr" hnnk:n out of tlio nc t e ct 8t3 JO battles of tliH nr On hi return from thtninity he studied law, mid mhhi ro"' to n very prouil nent Mlt,ion ntihe. elected bur, pniset-iitlti- nttor warning, of coursol You're rendy to bo papers llovo I gobbled up your second-hannttor risking toy neck and committing a ner tho following tiny, ho found his nlstcr, train robbery to got ttisml" with lior ht'iul full of tho night's iilcasurc, "I told him I'd us noon suspect trjyseir ns and hor tongue running it brisk nccompnnl you." uicnt to thn himlui'Bn of tho Inhlo, which ".tight you uro, old fellow! You' ro tho tioodcd vory ll'.tlo uid from him. bort of friend for mo. I'ut It therol" Llo "So very many illKtlnjjtilHliod pooplo there, tttrctchod out hU lnrrl, and Lyiuuii riither Lymnu ; but why do you aupposo they over relucttmtly put hln Into it. Invited that Jlr Ini,Mt( lloU hardly what "Hut I nay," ho wcit on. "Hasn't It ocwould be callc I a (.'uitU'inun It w.istlioono curred to y.iu htnv dmupp'jluted tho chup bio! on my h.inpi'xMM having him thorn." would be who did get tho bundle! I I'vo luuc'.iod more than ouco Hlnco 'In tic t of jour most dovok'd, you incnn." null Ly .:n. i.'Ith it lutigh. "Ingot you told tnu v.'iiut w.ih In It. 1 reckon ho inn't B'i fmcln ttin uw sonio, but Mr. Kver-Icht- h looked for nothing abort of United Kt.ites HhoH him ihTaftlcriut iittontion bonds, or nieblio treasury nobis for 11 hun-tlre- tl he 1 01.11 m from tho humo ootinty In thousand dollars or so. Jtiht funey Mulnt where he iu'.cil hit boyh'jotl. him when ho opened ill (lood thing foryou they rntildn I well tlo loss tliuti uk that it vvuru't the origiuid of them there, him itfler I win on tho list." deeds nnd inortg.igoH." .Mr. ln;rot hail n "Oh, but with you it In different. Mis ulipshiMl fashion of itp"ech which was gixxl Kvcrlclfth iitivcrlool.eil ut him nil evening, enough for all ordinary oecuRioiirt, thougii uml mnv t hut she iIiiiiclmI with you twice. ho could bo mom correct when he so deUli, how nice It must bu tube u beauty and sired. "Hut 1 didn't come to sit tassln' with you nil night. I want to see that pretty lit-tlMister of yours. I'm struck on tho girl, utid I guess she knows it." "Hho doesn't return tho sentiment, I'm afraid," said Lyman, with u curl of tho upper lip. "Oh, well, sho will. That's one comfort. Don't you say so!" "I don't know what you mean." think wo under"Oh, 1 guess you do. stand each other. Dnn't hither to como along, I know tho way. S'ny ntiil reud your letter. It's from FurmUer, 1 d.iro say; moro about that lucky itiheritiinco of yours. Just bo little careful how you disposo of your sister's Mrtloii; if sho should marry soon, she'd want to give it over into hot- husband's hands, of course: quite tho proper mid correct way of doing, mid it ain't ut all CHAI'TKIt VI. AN UNURHSTANUINO ANU A Ilirrr.llKMCB. AVIhmi Lymnu Chlltlor cumo homo to din, . 1 o 1 11 - a c, party lurking about your It waw Mr. Bergman, apparently, but I went tho length of calling tho watch-ma- n whom I had met on his beat, and coming In force." With a visible effort Lyman rallied his senses. "Obllgod to both of you. Hut como I Let us seo what mbchief, If any, has been done." It proved to b3 r.llght. "The den" had been rntiHrtf)". 1 and left In utter disorder, but Lymun pronounced nothing of nny vuluo missing. Carol nnpeared palo and otnrtled. Sho hud e'ud he-sIns'.ily i a eri.nson wrap-tiennd gathered her wealth of lovely hair into a net, aud Norris Iterg.nun'a heart gave a sudden leap us ihu pat out a timid ious-looking my steps homeward when I made place. chit with him, nnd was turning out a suspic- elf r, IIo had convinced himself that Illrnra Ingot was tho purlolnerof Lyman Childcr' puckago a paekago which tho latter now decltired of comparatively no account and hero was ono of tho other party attempting to commit a second robbery In Lyman Chlldcrs house. Hud tho first attempt, then, fallen short of Us object! Wus thcro an understanding between tho thioves whoso projects had aecincd separato and distinct! In addition to tho mental disquiet and tho bruises vj carried, he had taken a cold which confined him for several days to his lodgings, uud ho had grown morbid und low spirited to a degree quite unknown tc him itsuti'iy. Miss Everloigh'i quick eyes noticed the difference, though the did not openly it. "What's tho row! Speak, can't you I You'd have got tho worst of that racket If I hadn't hapjiencd along. Blest If I don't think tho cove has becu plugged as it is. Let's seo!" Tho newcomer fumbled In his vest pocket for matches nnd lit ono, shading tho flame with his hand Norris leaned against tho wall, too weak und unnerved for tho moment to eitl.or speak or move. Tho light llareduputid traveled over him, dropped and went out. Thoro wns genuine dismay In the voice which exclaimed: "Hanged if it nlu't Borgmanl" To the distempered Imagination of tho young mnn it seemed us if thero were disappointment in it nlso 113 If Hiram ingot would not hnvo boon so ready to intcr-fer- o had ho known the person ho was ros-cuin- unlikely.-- ' -- r "it --- - is .Moan than nxofott." oelltMind tin heiress nil In one! And oh I that reminds me -- I wonder how far off I itm from being the last? there's 11 letter J$?u "Confound tho man!" muttered Lyman between his teeth, when tho other had withdrawn. "Is he actually uftor Cnroll It i too bud-t- oo bad!" CHAl'TEi: VII. a ri.nw. There was a popular p!nv at oneA of tho city theaters that night and Norris nttendud it, hoping to drown likt own mental disturbance thereby, but all through tho performance he found his thoughts wandoring back to tho Childcr, with his disappointment rising fresh at not having seen Carol. When the play was over, he took car for the West side instead of going dlicctly 11 " want to thtfilr joh." she snid. "Did you hear mo screutn ' 1 was never so frightened. Just fancy my waking suddenly ,to llnd that dreadful man in the room." "Mahln' free with lior trlmeraclcn," muttered the burglar, with a grin. Ho seemed to seo 11 Joke lu tho whole matter, but subsided when tho policeman gave him 11 warning tap. " You gentlemen 'II be wanted 114 witness-e- s In court morning," said tho latter, as ho marched off with bin prisoner. t Hergmun said und followed him, to bo joined by Ingot us ho reached tho sidewalk. "Mrrht have been worse, that," commented tho latter. " You rather gained a march on me und cut me out, but considering that I was ahead earlier hi tho evening, I won't hold a grudge alwut It, Look here, llergman, I like to know my ground. Arc you going In for that pretty Carol, tolibj nill'j, or can you bo scared off'" "Not by you, sir, ut least." " Oh, well. I caa't bay that I blamo you, but Lyman's inlluence will lie on my side, and she thinks 11 idght of her brother. Ho don't like you any too well now, it strikes good-nigh- lmnd to him : Iliifl opisl .Tua' nit-tlm- ar lie rim-ni- l ran nrtny nut! n pn 1110U1I to the cap tuliicy of lint mm 1,'p u IB7V puny he km n Itcpuhll In yt-n- ine wLiP politic, hut r tlrr the of Sir llnvlvy lie uxiii took v n. urcr.H proinlncut ikmUIoii among hi no pnrty nMuclnlfR. nml III 1T itelictil to the l'orty-ttooii);r'. lf ItMttitiK den. Ullli.tm lln Tf eni litter ho wtut dctixitiil for reelection hy tin late 0 oil I o to H. Urth. In IVf.' hu n llii nouilni of hi thirty for wcrvtnry of tle simlivnii clcrbil by n InrRe innjonty, nml it In ISHt Hn ervt..l four ienr it vecrvtnry of tntn. nml in Xs wiu pniml nrntiy pokcn of for tho uoniltintioti for itimrict. hut tic coiiRrtwo In the lmllnnnKill rliuetl to let hi inmie p the conn'ii lion. Ho tin n uingnillceut phyliiue, autinl 11 h e t 111 tlint hi fortune uitii the Democracy mi (Hit ill feet III height huh clgliluj; tjver'Jui potimln 111 hucttl I. lm. ami hi Iminil fiuv timrly ninny wriilticl In n plctutaut kiiiiIo. in illt ! he I wimi n "miner," nml U on k00"' tonu r wmnlly trlth every man hu uiivU He lm never l itny public ollicen oxct'pt t tint of c inniMinnn for one tenn ami xvivtary of tnte four yiuim, but ho h;i nil tpciiilly ituionj; the Millliriui He I tho omiermiil alitor of thn Mcinocraui orpin nf MmllMiit county, ntul I ij;nnlotl vipirou poiltUnl writer Hi own counn . nml much of l it tit iniy kteAilfnKlueMi to the nrty (nith I Mhl to N iliie to hu kUll n n Militici.'tn nml to tin per fotinl efforts ninoiif; the voter. IIIR KomethltlK 1 lu-l.- citcnle .i-- n DfMKH-mttc- Itritr .1l1nlr1tl lli'CIC". Another of tho naval ollicers proniltiont il.irlnj,' tho cu-l-l wnr lu gone to hit Hear Admiral Clinrln Stcnart ltoggttlctl recently Admiral ItopRt wn Ikihi nt New Itnuisw jck, .N in IMl. in Is.'iilinni tereil tho navy m inldihipiniin mid uttacheil 10 tiiy Mi.tliU'riiiuc.ri nuadrjn. He riw rit J, through gmiier he hiii uppoiiitMl lieutenant. Set v cIllTfiv. t till in is; ing he on bon rd inthlcnniiu I l. tteanier IVincetmi JrXil'tl el MMmm w,ws I hiu present tit the ciege of Vti.i Crur nml com I XRvVI.VKlt inumled a bont ex hhIUIui) from the 5 1'iliii-eto- dcstrojeil tho Uiilt- States brig Trillion after her nunendor ADUIIIAL IIOOOA. tvhleh to tho .Mexican In IS.'(S he wan mad? oommaudrr, nml In 180J commanded the Unltexl Utnten iteamer Va rutin nt the iviutage of the fort lielo New Orleitn. Tho Vnruna wwt the onlv ln-- destroyed tho nttnckiug vessel, however In July of the same year, Hoggs wn iiiailc cnptnln. nml commanded the Juniata 011 the HI healtti bloi Ijado of Capo Kiiir river mxiii utter emitted his transfer to tho tueriu teiidetice of tho construction of eever.il steam picket boat, uml while tluw employed he designed and fitted out the torpedo '!;l1 nhieii deiiixiyed thu rebel irou elud A I vessel of Knrntgut' tqundrou lot in the passage of the forta. tiho wiut, Irom great upeeii, nelwtol to engnge the relx fcqundroii above thu forts, mid mi ntliu-ktinml Mink by two ram, not before the luui l Ho wiu promoted to commodore on July and commanded thn steamer to Soto, which suffered serious tlnmngo in the of thnt yenr nt Hu Thomtw. In IbOU ho wnnusHigned to tho special duty of rcjiortlug 011 the condition of steam Qnlucs olloat. next ho bad charge of tho lighthouse depot on Btaton Inland, nud was lighthouse insjiector for tho Thinl district. Ho v:n finally commtsaioued its reur admiral in July, 1870, comtnandiui; the European Heel lu 3.1, ISCd, 1671-S. "Susan," said an Irishman to his fellow servant, "what are the belli ringing fori" "In honor of the princess' birthday," was the reply. "Be, easy, jewel," rejoined J'ur, "none of your trlcke upon travelers; twiu the Prince of Wales' on tho 9th. and how can It ha his sister's twelve day after, unless Uey were twlur lt Justlx'fore'niidnlght, therefore, ho might have been found loitering on the opposite side of the way, looking vp at tho darkened windows, wondering wide h one was nearest her ns sho slept The neighborhood kept curly hours; not n gleam of light shouo from nny of tho surrounding houses but sudden-ly- , 11 glancing spark liken went across tho glass nboe the entrance door of the Childcr home Lymun hud been sitting up lato In his dun, probably, and was just now retiring. With this thought in his mind, Norris watched for tho light to reappear In ono of thocliumliors, bat no flicker disturbed tho darkness there Uncrossed the street nnd went up close totho step.v, then tho vaguo uneasiness hchad scarcely admitted turned " not totpilck alarm, as ho saw that tho outer There was a roguish gllmmur in tho door stood ujar. pretty fueo as she broke off -- a side glance Ho hud his Imml on the bell, intending to of kuowlugncss tliat invited himtourgotho nrouso the house, when a girl's scream rung wint. out shrill, and a door slammed in tho upper "What, you little tense!" part of tho house. That was enough for "Now, Lyman, If you ure going to walk Norris. He rushed In, up the stair-waand I nm off with thiit letter, I'll o' tell you. n moment later was struggling In 11 dying U know Just whi. our vcnrruhlu conflict with 1111 ununcle has left to us. Hu was such n myth seen adversary whom be had encountered always that it scorns just like 11 cusllo in In the darkness of tho upper hull. Hpiiln doesn't it to you - and I espect the Tho enemy's lirst movo was a vain effortune to tuku wings lieforo it reaches us fort to shake him o(T; then tho fellow beyet." r gun to use it pair of tlstn to 'Conlldencc for conlldencc," said good effect, Norris found himself getting putting the letter behind his back. the worst of tho encounter, but ho hung "What were you about to tell mo!"' fust lu spite of tho hard blows, and present"U'liut I wasn't about to tell jou Is thnt I ly felt himself lifted from his feet aud bent I .Mm Mverlelijh ganco from him to you backward over tho balustrade which protaw s If sho were mentally comparing you, or tected the stairway. It was only by gotVng nuy bo wishing that you wore in his place his arms in a close grip about tho other's hough I tlon't think it that, I don't see neck Unit he saved himself from going tow it could bo," snitl Carol, with a laugh headlong into the hall below As it was, vhich showed plainly enough thnt tho solid walnut rail cracked and jravu 'bought tills handsome brother of hers suwuy under their combined weight. Tho perior to llergman. Alas for iwor Norrisl chunccs were all in favor of a double fall, might Im? madly in love, the girl's heart but the burglar, still unable to get rid of lit was not touched Ami why should It bo, that binding rlasp, recovered himself nnd She had mot him in the throng and reeled backward, nnd tho strugglo went on. waltjtod with htm oucj; he was neither Around and rround, crashing against tho moro nor less to her than a dozen other wall, going down together in a fall which young gentlemen who had shared the samn shook the house, twisting, striking, rolling privilege. All hla Interest in her and her it Is doubtful if cither of them know ut brother uml tho mysterious package wus just what moment lights camu upon the unknown to her. and the combatants 111 tho fray wuro Hofore th"re was tlni" for tho exchango parted. The burglar found himself in tho of confidence ngivetl upjn, tho servant of grnsp of a 'Kiliccman, with irons neatly tho household nnpenrcd to siy that 11 genclasped on his wrijts, and as ho stared Into tleman was waiting to see Mr. Lyman. tho face of his late foe, curses not loud but "If it ts your Mr. Ingot, tlo keep him in deep Issued from his lips. your den,'" said Carol, talcing her own way "How tho mischief came you hero!" ho to tho parlor; but it wits not .Mr. Intro, growled. "If I hadn'tthoughtit wns Chlldor whom Lyinun Chlldor confronted thu liissclf, I'd twhuwed you up in mighty short next moment. It was Norrls llergman, order. lileat if I don't think I've made n "I am ready to deposit tho collateral come to lay bare the story which ho had muddle of this business from beginning to That is satisfactory, I suppose I" been heio once before to toll. end." "It satisfies me, and wo'il hope that whoLyman Childcr listened to it with n com"I rather think you huvo, my friend, nnd posure which amounted ul most to indiiTor-cne- If you don't want to lnukotho muddlo worse, ever Is back of you takes 1 1,000 worth of inonly once did ho show nuy evidence of you had better keep quiet. Wo will uso all terest in this fellow. My word for it, ho'll never show up again." Interest, uml that was when tho scar on you say against you, you may bo sure." And the event proved that his honor was Mr. Ingot's head was mentioned. It was a gentleman who had arrived In "I haw that myself," ho declared, company with tho officer who gave this right. Ixmg beforo the day of trial camo around ho was hunted In vain, for that J1,000 thoughtfully. "Hut Is It not ruthcr farwas identified as among tho cash stolen fetched to connect your Unit with his accifrom the express company on tho night our dent, whatever II may have been! Kxcuso story opens. me, but 1 could no sooner aus'uvt our bookr than I could keeper of turning CIIAPTUrt VIII. believe It of myself." A" EVENING AT THE CVEtlLEIOnS. "If you only had an Idea of what that As may be supposed, there was a good deal paekugocontutned,'' uttered Norris, regretof excitement over tho discovery of this fully. fact regarding tin stolen mouey.und tho bold Lyman's eyes dropped to M10 letter which use to which it had been put; und, strangely yet unopened in hiu hand. ho curried enough, ono person who took n great Interlittlo "Kiuco seeing yuu, 1 huvo hod est in the inultcv was Althea Everlcigh. light on that mutter. A relative of ours She hud reasou for so doing, since two of recently died leaving considerable property her friends were connected with that robto my sister and myself. Tho lawyer writes bery in different ways. tliut ho forwarded copies of importuut Miss Everlcigh rend tho papers, and which have fulled to reach mo not a know what ull tho world knew of Lymun matter, you see, nor ono without 'uutoriul Chlldor's loss, and the lowering cloud which remedy. I'm jv much obliged to you, threatened Norris Bergman's fair famo -though, for your zeal lu our cause.'' for tho papers had not been slow to Inlimuto Norrls got up to tu!:o his leave, feeling that there had been reasoua beyond those that ho hail received 11 rebuff. given for his diachurgo by tho express "1 fear you will think 1 huvo been over company. olllcious In tho mutter, us olhurs have, eviTho Interest which sho had always felt in dently. I beg voir pardon In that cubo. May tliut friend of her childhood revived after I hnvo tho pleasure of paying my respects night, und when she saw him on 7HK uTKG'.AU rOfNMl ItlMsn.F IN THE OUtSP lior party to Mlsn Chlldor beforo I gol" thn sidewalk one day as sho wus taking her or A ruMLTM.lN. engaged." laid Carol's "I think Carol is afternoon drive, a week or so later, she brother, with deliberate coldnobb, and Nor-rl- s word of warning. That guardian of tho spoke to tho coachman, who drew up closo went without tho sight for which his peaeo was surveying Norris with a mixed to tho curb, while sho leaned out and beckheurt yearned. expression of doubt aud severity. oned to him. As tho door ojiened for his departure, It You have been very remiss, sir, In neg"I don't rightly know about this chap. admitted Ingot. The latter nodded affably, They were in u squnro enough light, but lecting to pay 1110 a party call, but it seems Ignoring all unpleasantness between them, mubbo It was thleveti' fullin' out." that 1 may us well get Into the habit of forbut Norrli guvo him a chill recognition and I'll awcar thcro giving you. If you ai-- not busy, lot tno "Tako him, Johnny! pusscd 011 to the street. was two of us," chuckled tho burglar, givo you a turn on tho avenue. Now, don't "I wash my hands of all of them," thought but thi) policeman hud un eye for tho differ- refuse, Norris, for I really want to talk to 1 could wish ence between tho two, uud ho awaited Nor- you." he, passionately. "Ah, Carol, for something else with you, but how can I ris' explanation. Tliia was given, and listTo rofuso after that would havo been unjierslst after such plain snubbing! This ened to in silence by Lyman Chllder, who gracious; und bosides, Norris felt that tho fortune which has como to her would stand had joined the grou, uud diversion of a drive in that pleasant combetween us If nothing else did." pany would really do him good. wholly bewildered. "Something of a coinelilanco," remurked For tho lust week ho had been worried, In tho meantime, Mr. Ingot passed Inlo "tho don," which was Lyman's exclusive tho policeman's companion, who was no nettled nud thoroughly perplexed. To havo other than Mr. Ingot. "Hut It's u lucky ono of those robbers safely caught, aud retreat. "So you had Bergman to call on you," ho thing for you, Chlldor, that the walking then to lot him go again, was In itself j fovor got u hold both on Bergman uud enough to vex him, nnd he was less clear la remarked. "What did ho want!" myself. I strolled around tho square, and his mind after that circumstance ubout "Hocarao to warn meoguinstyou." "lie did, eh!" Mr. Ingot seemed might- -' ' smoked n couple of cigars after leaving somo things which ho hod settled for lilra Hy amused at the Idea. "And you took tho hero; rdu across an old crony and hud, self before. 1 for jou, hyinaii, and I'm nlmnst sure it's from thnt lawyer, Mr. Karraker.' Kho spraui; up to get it, a formidable-lookin- g missive, at which Lymnu Childcr chinctsl once, mid placed It by his plate. "It will keep (HI dinner is over,-- ' ho reIs rather a pity you have taken marked such n dislike to Intfot. lie mentioned Unit he misuit to drop around here this evening. Hy the bye, saw y.iu in the company of that young Hergmun night. Queer thing that fie should bo 011 such intimate terms with them." 'Why, do von know him, Lyman V "Very slightly. He's tho messenger by tho oxproas romjuny, you know, for some i,upK-scIrregularity." "After IkIhk nenrly Itillcd while protect-iug.tho- ir property yes, read ulmut that,' and think he w.is simuiefully trout cd,'' iriwl Cnrol, itiillgiiaiitly. "Mis Kerleigh don't bi hevo any thing o.ul alKiiit him. Did you see how nl.e kept bun with her, Jurt to idi iw how much she thdught of hlmt I tlon't kuov. whether 1 ougul to tell jou or home. hl sl 1 1 des-jvra- te hand-to-Imn- d sledgo-hamme- Lr-ma- n, s pi-.i- yi " I am sorry If that is tho case. I havo nothing but tho kindest regard for him." 'Then you haven't any Idea of what has set him against you I" "1 haven't any desire to dl'euss tho subject with you, Mr. Ingot." 'Well, you don't toko tiny pains to hldo the fact that you don't like mt," said Ingot, jovially "But I'm a fellow, not easily offended, so I'll forgive you. By tho by, you didn't get cny thing from that rascal tonight, did you! Scorns queer that ho should havo gono through 'tho den' so completely, and yet havo had nothing ut all on 1:1.1 person." "You hennl Mr. Chllder declare nothing was laisiing.'" "Nothing of Importance," corrected Ingot. "I was thinking that it could lo mado rather on embarrassing mutter if you wcro to litid that tho robber had foisted his spoils off on for in&tauce. You uro quite suro that you dtdu't get any thing of the kind!-- ' "I am quite suro that I prefer taking my way homeward nlono, Mr. Ingot." "Oh, you tlo! I'm glad you mentioned It. " Woll. and he went off so cheerfully and promptly that Norris fell u little ashamed of his petulance. Hut when ho reached his own room, nnd began disrobing for the night, a pieco of paper fluttered out from some fold of his clothing and fell to the floor. It was only a torn scrap, apparently from letter: " no use to contest the will. If my former communication led you to entertain fulso hopes, It was because 1 had his assur-unc- o of years' standing, aud tho result Is as much a surprise and disappointment to me as It can bo to you. Failing your expected Inher" That was all there was of it, Norris was utterly at a loss to llnow how it camo Into his possession. If it had found a lodgment there during his struggle with the burglar, might It not havo been written to Lyman Chlldor, und mean that tho barrier of n fortune did not exist between Carol and himself! His heart beat quicker ut tho thought. Ho felt stiff and sore when ho arose next morning, but ho was on hand at tho polico court, as wcro alo Lyman Childcr aud Hiram Ingot, when tho burglar was brought in. Tho latter, answering to tho namo of Abraham Stone, put in 11 plea of not guilty g to the charge of preferred ngniasthim, and was remanded for trial, tho judge Using his bail ut ono thousand dollars. "In Hon of which you will bo locked up until th tint 3 of your trial, which will tako place a week Deputy, remove the prisoner." A lawyer, of not too savory it reputation, hero camo forward and "addressed thu judge: "Your honor, 1 am hero to offer bail for the jirioouor." "I must have good names," said his honor, crossly, but tho man of law smiled serenely ns he? produced a plethoric jwekct-bood you-pape- rs, good-aight,11 -house-breakina to-da-y. woll-know- n mo.'" "Papa is much better, thntik you," she answered his question. "1 thiak now that It was tnqro mental than physical troublo With him. Hols not so lit for tho worries of busiuoss ns ho one was, therefore I tun glad to tell you tliut lit is ubout taking in a younger partner. Ho lias a great deal of confidence In Mr. Childer's abilities, and says that young blood will put new energy Into tho business,;, Mch has been Hugging of late." "Lyman Childcr, do you mean !" "Yes, the present cashier. He has como Into money lately, which ho Is putting in. Norris, do you know, I have just learned that tho money was tlrttvlfullu tvctl'df Va-p-a has confessed to mo that ho Is very much emburasscd, but this will mako him nil right. I never could have forgiven myself If -- if he had failed or any thing of that sort." "Thcro la nothing to blamo yourself for, Althea. You did not suspect," "No, but I havo been very extravagant nnd very thoughtless. I Intend to mend my wayn from this time out. I havo set about learning housekeeping already. Como and nnd tell mo take dinner with us what you think of my progress. Mr. Chillier and his sister are to be there." Thcro was both bitter and sweet In her information for Norris. Tho barrier was there between Carol and himself; hero was HODGE-FODG- E. ('ollerlloti of Opinions on .Mutter und Thing rolltleitl. Ligalls' speech fell fiat. 'I his i now s. united country. No ono wants uuolhcr war. Cliicimuttl 'n'jnlftr. Beware the man who doesn't a word. There's David Bennett Hill, for instance. .1 Ol hiiii 'itib nt (Hep ). Tho punlo which porvr.dos tho Republican party Is nowlicr" !.... m.:lceablo than at Columbus. Cut i .uli j iinuUa'. The Clileao 1 .jn-i- nior than intimates that If Joint Sherirun bo nominated for President it will bolt tho tiel-oUcnerul Kheridau la quoted r.s saying: " I do not Uko belli-- ; pushed nhead to lead tho forlorti hopa of 11 political iary.'lit'ailtl-phu- t Aeir. The old hIuvc-imi- i in Nushvillo is about to bo destroyed John Sherman should buy It and haul It to Ohio la tirno for tho fall campaign. St. I.uhIh Iiiitatth. John Sherman says ho docs not wish to rcvlvo tho animosities of the war; that Is, whoro such revival would prevent his getting votes, li'Mmiid 7'i.txi cfi. If tho rton.ibllcans aro doubtful about nominating Bob Lincoln, nays tho Louisvillo 1 uitrei.i.mni i, they vn trtko Senator who look 1 like Robert '11 fjreat father. In peculiarly pafo in The ewurd'y iittnclcitijr the military records t,f 'great soldiers of th? wv li't IIu icock and McClcl-laIIo hna no military record of his own to uttaek. It is excessively diverting to eco tho way in which Senator Khcrinan. us a Republican aspirant to tho Presidency, Is being ridiculed in the eatap of his own party. St. I.tuin lie i li'irun. Tl.o next thing in order, aud it is a matter in which every Democrat should tako a hand, Is to secure u Cleveland delegation of the very best men in tho party to send to the St. Louis convention. Smcktvu Mall. It may bo said in behalf of Senator Ingalls, that his wild statements aro very much duo to the disordered condition of mind in which his controversy with Susan B. Anthony lofr him. l.wiitvllU Couritr-JournA t t. Cul-lotn. In-jan. al. S'tSKx TUT. NEXT INSTANT THET HI'IU.F.U rrox THEMSELVES HIM. his chance to seo her again a chanco which ho felt ho ought to resist, and yet before ho left Miss Everlcigh, ho had promised to bo on hand on the morrow. "Norris," sho said, at parting, "will you let mo nsl; tho new firm to give you a pluco In the bunk ! You look worrictl, you are brooding over somo trouble, I am suro you will bo better at work." "Not yet, thank you, Althea. It Is two years sinco I have had a vacation. I am in no hurry to end this ono." Sho understood, however, thnt ho was waiting for tho breath of suspicion to pass hy. he ever forget That next evening-wou- ld it! was a happy breathing spaco betweoa the perplexities of the past uud the further perplexities which tho futuro was to bring. .Neither Lymun nor Carol had expected to see him there. A frown darkened the brow of the former; tho rosy tinge deepened In tho lutter's cheek. Carol noticed that ho seemed thinner, nud thought he looked ill. She wus afraid ho would think they woro selfish, never goiu-- j to seo how he was after that dreadful night. This between tho fish and tho fowl, aud Norri3 was repaid for more than a week's suffering. Now, there h ul been such a thought in his mind, but the last atom of resentment melted away under the glance of tho30 bright eyes. Yet when the little compauy returned to tho parlor, ho found himself talking to Althea, without mukiug un nttempt to monopolize the lady of his lovo. It was enough to watch her, to listen as sho chatted to Mr. Evericigh, free and fearless and bright ns a bird in springtime that happiest of sights, a young nnd lovely girl to whom caro uml troublo arc yet unknown. "Do you think I am very silly!" sho asked, with a iinfi-- glance up ut her elderly entertainer. "You see, it is such a now sensation to me. I never went out much before, nnd indeed, 1 urn moro glad for Lyman than myself-abo- ut tho money, I mean though It "may have turued my head a little, becomr The Washington corresjiondent of the Montgomery (Ala.) JJttmteh (Dcia) writes that "tho two of Ingalls and Blackburn taken together will mako tno best campaign documents tho Democrats can send to tho masses "' When tho Boston Uhbs canvassed the Massachusetts Legislature last year it heard from 12$ Republicans, sixteen of whom were for Sherman. This year It had replies from twenty-fou- r Republicans, thrco of whom wcro for Sherman. An alleged letterof declination from President Cleveland, recently published in an Albany paper, Is pronounced u forgery by Colonel Lumout. The campaign liar, like the early worm, frequently starts on his errand too soon. -- I'h Imlt.'phlii 'limit. The Chicago 7a-iithinks that Blaine's candidacy for tho nomination is but thinly concealed In tho exultation of thoMnlno over tlse renult of tho recent elections in that State, and it is apparent that Maine believe her favorite son is still in tho ring. Tho Southern pcoplo take Ingalls with good nuturo us well ns with indignation. Hero Is the comr.it ut of the Augusta (Oa.k : Chronic - upon "Ingalls spoke In tho Senate jctcrduy. (Sod telgns and tho Admhilitru'iou at Washington still lives, however." The Omaha I.erald says: "Republicans nre afraid of the Jlilta bill. It too nearly accords with tho Democratic platform, and Republicans know that tho Democratic-party- , standing with Mr. Cleveland fairly upon tho Democratic platform, would sweep tho country clean." How do decent Republicans like the position their party Is put In by tho Ingalls! Democrats could not ask for hotter campaign material than for Ingalls to mako the same speech every day. Grover Cleveland will bo remembered when all such detractors as Dirndl! will bo dead and gone. Tiu.t l. what hurts the spiteful partisans. spc-vlies Gpe-xhd Hur'livjtn'i d'azitlt. o; train-robbe- 11 pa-pe- half-dresse- d The Philadelphia 77nifj thinks that what-eve- r may bo Mr. Blaine's views on the subject, it Is evident thathis friends In his own State havo not abandoned tho hopoofhis und they havo put his cause In the most praotlo 1 snajic by booming ing independent ho suddenly. And Lyinnn Maino up to r mark, while tho Resays it Is not settled yet how much wo aro publicans of tho West arc even uncertain as quietly enough, but to to their strong Republican States. worth. lie takes It uu it is like a fairy talo where tho people Whatever may bo Mr. Blaine's views on llvo happily forever after." tho subject. It is evident thnt his friends "You havo mado others happy you and in his own State havo not abandoned tho your brother," said Mr. Evcrlelirh. with hope of hu reiintjluution, and they havo fooling. "Ucuven bless you, my child, for put his cause In tho most practical shape your generous heart." by booming Maine up to Republican high-wat'Ho will never do any thing to thwart mark, while tho Republicans of tho 1 urn suro," thought she, und wonLymau, Went aro even uncertain as to their strong dered that her brother did not tnko the Republican States. 1 hilmUlpUlii Time: place by Althca's sido when Norris loft it vaSenator ItrjulUi has made the discovery cant; but there were no more tettii.tettt that night, Somo callers dropped in, to whom that rbudcrb;' the Union soldiers because Miss Everlcigh Introduced her Invited they happened to bo Democrats is not a guests; tho conversation became general, prolltub'.o political investment. Hero is tho Hancoc't A.ibwla'.iou of Pennsylvania sendand at ten o'clock the Chllder departed. ing tlowera to Senator BlackNorris lingered but u few moments longer, burn for defending tho good name of tho deand Althea went to the door with him, great soldier w'joso memory they cherish. taining him a moment to say: Mr. ln.rall Ium Mr-p-ly fallen down und "Como again -- como often. J want you trampled cijitrsc.f.- -. . )' I5"m-.to." 1110 between tho I'resham and liar-rlso- n Sho had given him her hand ; with a swift Republicans of Indiana waxes hotter. pressure, sho withdrew It aud disappeared, leaving tho young man a little startled ut Mr. John C New claims thut ninety per her Intensity. The net moment he smiled. cent, of tho Republicans of tho Stuto tiro Miss Everlcigh might be changing her for Harrison, ami accuses Mr. C. B. l.ainlis of "coming unpleasantly near insulting tho ways, but sho wus not rid of her old yet. That "I want you to'1 was. common Intelligence" in his presentation of (Jivshuin's claims. Without a very mameant to leave him no choice. terial change in tho situation tho Indiana Ho hud nearly reached his boarding-placand wnso rossiug tho mouth of u black delegation to Chicago will bo cither for alley which opened into thu wider street, Harrison or hoplessly divided. Amuiirl when two men stuuding within it nudgod JltmlAifitn. Mr. Blaino Is expected to go into tho each other with tho whisper; "That's him!" uud " light in his shirt sleeves us ho Tho next Instant they hurled themselves upon hint; his throat was Micd by strong, used to in Maine." Brother Clurkson says: murderous lingers that choked the cry ho " Very much depends on Mr. Blaine whether tried to utter, and a wicked, uplift ed bludo wo shall have a Republican President caught a gleam even in that darkness bo elected this your. And every Republican In eyes. Ho tho land, w'.cthcr Blaino or foro his starting, throw up his ami, und It cnught the de- thrills with delight nail is strong with conscending blow, before It could bo repeated fidence because ho knows that jiarty on Blultio is safe uud sure." Tho thero was a sound of rapid steps, and a man Smith und Littlo Rock camo running into the alley. "Hollo, what's this! Somo mischlof, I'll hero on the stump forjudge Urcsham, for bo bound! Hey, polico! Hcic, jiollcol" and example, would bo Indeed an extremely edhe raisod such an alarm that tho two ruf- ifying spectacle. Tho stupendous altitudo fians abandoned their victim and took to of stupidity could not fall to impress even Mr. Blaino himself. Cliirauo UeralX their heels. high-wate1 e, cam-paigti auti-BIulnMuUigan-Fishor-Fort er I . ,.- - I. hS ...... Semi-Weekly , ...... .. .. - . n t Interior Journal' Ky , SrANKOitD. .May 1 lst-- s OYAI MNlctrp I PRINCE MESSENGER. IU) .LlUiiui. tt hand ) inches Iilch foa'ed Oft. 84. Iiratl by H C Moi L, Dantllle. K) Sitiil f Maud in .Messenger Chief, tire . lam u Vouns inier, ' I" j I irst dam h) i.ii naiur.iitelegraph l.v pacer Outlet's iirrict, ad 1 a6. uii America by Wake Up-ke, recon s I eleantih .Inn liy (llJ sweeper pacer L . . . I. . lieion s i eicgnpn .i.rr ; iic siren me I..,' ij nominal i. icy rope, r.i ore a J3 s, tnd trill in a m His brccdm mi Jam s Mile u vets much like If- r.mie I'utner't t is't, Iheir limn heuig of ptctiig linennc Hnil man) thor lix. ituniernu tu men Hie tinn blool lu lielp.-- J la proilme e .Mtml S. ebS',, iiu .nj NutwuoJ lilt' BIiTJBSMOHTItt) - JIBMCSSIM, srconit cousin to Mrtnl ' Kri-sto- ra. and Vttl Ii- -t . .,- llainhnmi v A. ..,.....' I . .. ... . . . ii"i Tf a, t.j y .villi III. 'iinitiiiw r DIVA ti'M l ' the dam nf (iuli.iih i u Hi. mi. ir il i n.i i' AT $2 0 I J ;'jU.Ji.A Mril.1 liULr. V. me Ihe .Ijiii. nl it in tin- - 10 h. duuhter CrricikiMjr it h.ill hmtnei n l.n. ii.ril 1.1 I Monet dm1 if m ir ' is inrtr.l u.t'i Tl )Htr Was ' .1.. .?'. ms nri K iilnstdy c.Hiif. 4 isoii, i inr iills c is n it '"' "Id ""I Mild lu Kuu.11 n.ut r ut un hk ami note Mr II me) n Collier hi. indi 4ge nr 9tu,ciu. DEMOCRATIC ' nae ui.d t. itt r . I f. CONVENTION. I I'll, t J l dam t llod.w by uld ibn, :5SM sui s n is tin. heat i.Ji ,.v w f.ul. I plici All iliti f. ars Jn oue lm in j 31 11. t InU ;n r UW.. ri..i jr inJ ..,11. 1.1 J ed a in, Maud s j oil,,. .Nutuuud i till, una .11 f'ir.1 In lilt biYi'Jm w.u tint hi. . Ms v... I I. The Male Central Committee has des"tM'ill, iht niln ill u liiv turn pr-- . . .m inuip.llil. Mvtuuiinu Cnil siretl I..1U) I hoim tu liiWowUrwrd lui..riiu m ,, llriKii.'U 1 'v't-ril- . ignated Saturday, May ."ith, at 'J o'clock trim IIIiihhi.miI i by A cxnnd.T liolln ml , ..ti ' J'J-s Membrino I hief jv , Hay Hear) J v . l Al. xiiikUt ImIhIUIi iiiiiI II. II lit Mitaibriiio M muni." Star , tt s I r. i.t for tlic assembling of mass conven-ionl . II It s,l wh" '? '!" ' "f Niiiiwo l ,l Membrino r.l.n 1 ij, .V.tili I'nn. e Meener willmtU the av.n .it iij.11 Wd.. siar 1 . . V..K il e 14; M ,m i irkiiii; j Mild 1: t in each county, at the Court-- 1 Ions , n Jr it t iliii ola.k, it han I. hi;h and t ijnr in llir l y. l.r.. ,. .1 Ur f il it w 'i li d .t imSi ' Pirt dmu by (.nilivi-5lii. t-(C 7 il ht lniNiriml tiisi il I Imru ulibrrj lie w a n.n.e ihai reiuin tin. lie ..ul of weiitht it..) iKiuiiu. or tlic purpose of appointing delegates rivn, it $;i, UAH1I, ai 1111 if tervi .MiIIw.kkI li) Iniiri.sl Moinr.li lull iiiiiittii itcuil h hud n. pcdiir nl il.tm Ohm , i m f.irm ui ihe Snmeriet pike, tm mile, .o ith KclipM td dim b Long UI41M is it wi h . air, to the State Convention, which meets in Hawi, potscuing lli Lluti that he does should make him with pr.tiLxe. leluru il I' K II lll'KNSIDI S,,,,r, ..tie of in graudm suliioHt in Kenlms) 1.1 null. d,.J niiiMioiit Ser11 M),r .Lexington, May Ititli. In compli.in.T mi "mum lif vai. in .Iii)m lir- .in Inn ,1 &x vices will be M JnW irkI. in theicwith, 1 hereby request the demo -f (In tntlird Mr l.sch-r- ' iin.l. SIOTO INSURE A MARE if, FOAL, III! llllss Ml I K JAC K, t wlipn live upi'ks in j tli.' nti.uirier in racy of Lincoln to meet at tne Court-Hous- e jj oiiiiN li.nislby.Mr llcli.T, Ho nude ffiKxl net" at KiJ.iJ.uii li i in If pJ) nient is dcfcireil till after weaning tune, o'clock i m., on in Stanford at II Kott-t- i ,il. ruht .iiul it jdy furterur: I hv Imiiu r.mrtri In j. added. Car. 1114 wlm or mutin,-- mare wil1 ti.iml lnnint$ia 50 for mires and for jiniiett KNlil.K.MAN .s I'AUKIS tlie purpose named. U tit aim stand my hue jaik, thuoth, lor - in Will nittltc ll.t? trMM.t ra. il ihe l.iMc f h ? lor .ijack toll aim 9m lor a Jeimti Ijiiicj.it, K) r.n.lc. moiity due .1 lit ln J. E. Lv.v.v, Ch'm. coit in each iihi.hr c. owiirr, 1 mile vtet of Sutifnril, M S. HAUl'.lIMAN, HyAV. 1 W'u.to.v, Scc'y. AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Slanft.rtl, Ky. 15 Al M on tame eon litions at above with it added 11 nut mid h Lu 1 He it hands A few weailnw tunc on the f hi.get ran be NEWS CONDENSED. li.n, lil .i a..,i tueal) point, and nnrral make- that will iMPpare favorably teen ihe l(ct premise, with tf an jaik in Ihe mini) A lieu will he retained un th up rilK FANCY b.UUH.K MALI ION. I. I'llWI'.l.l, Parting with Ihe mar rtdi for the wsm mane) A giant poplar tree, 11 feet and 8 I hit powder never vanet. 1'w'a and a half milet from lluttotitille on the A mtrtel of nnriiv. . . . - .. . forfeits and wholetomemtt llii.toHtille and Libert) I'nrnpik Uuud Lincoln prevent the Insurance but(ileal tare will hr taken I A K Iv Mure inches in diameter at the base and 240 strength ordinary kinJt, and Jiinot economical, V' A I . . A I lh. I III. t ' will not be retj. .tictalenlt, "-thin Ihe be told in cautii) V t t"liftnut ttillimi, ifiS handt high, tired l.t Ihe an) wtur tout hijih, was felled near Taylorsville, O. competit on unh the nmltilude of li.w lett, thcrt l K F I' WHlts 14 great l.uit lander I'irtt dam Itracelet by nulu, t weight ahini or phntphite Sold only in Fouled May 1, 1879, it a rich .Mthot.n) hay, 15 Tt will yield from Jo.OOO to 20,000 feet of cans. handt hiith, heivy mine and tail, itMri.ll nne ad dam llrunetti, by I dringiii, j.l dani Mi.. Kovai. IIakimj I'owdkk Co., and f.uny. it both 1 natural and pleitaiit taddler. at kct ii) inc i. a.icr, iiu nam oy ine t. ai n i. 106 Wall Street, New York lumber. ttud bm'k fur further pedigree I itian breedt fancy and wheniuicll) ilr.ten in harnct .1 ttyle on Iwlh der, hit tin-- , uat by Dale. man, out of l.ufra 'ij E.wt like a Irotter. Ill i lun-tai- l Five-- ) Full llrother much White, n Scrne.uit located at I.) the ever (anion. Pantaloon tides to the third generation, it backed bj j Windhound.he a 15 i J. 3i. I'lli: Tfltl'IN IIOItSK, Fort (libson, I. T., was killed in a pecu mi both tidct, makinc him ter) active ll.ihvnian b) King Tutn, the m.'tt .ui.tei.fut ire gait, in form ami ninth a perfect Kugland h it ever produced, hit tunt, Oreai 'l'.m, aim tprihtl) in liar manner. He had pine into a Held Will make the pretenlteatnn at I. I) luriirr' model lie oat tired by hummer Uenuuik, he by Kinir II in and t'haeluti. were imeoned I" the L" miles from I rab On hard, on Ihe Stinf rd pik IIV .MKl'KOMll.irAN. (idd ird't Detuntrk, he b) t.ainet . Cromwell t S and made lheintclte I miiuitat tireuf winner ' ijjji to catch a borne. When near the aniand trill trte maret at Deiinnrk. he by the race hortc. Dcmnare, lie b) King Tom ivat b) llarkawat, the tire uf llltk . lank-le-t Sou of Itynlyk's .man l Imp. lledKcfiird lilt firtt dam wat tired b) sir llird.alcherand rangha Itiltoiigh, the tire mal it kicked at him, ntrikiiifj a Make lie JOK'ITF, s ' Diletman't dam by I'antalonn Widace, heli) rodminler Sir Wallace, he l) Sir l.eamingl.iii bold in bis hand, driving it through the it) ni.oon chick. tit tt indon lias two chite cr.is.es ..f I'an , All.rt. lhi.n,iiLhl.ril j.l iltll l.t 1888. of Vircmiu l Iranbt, tlmroiii;hhrcd he by tlic it i teen through tire runsihto' auercatt. Tramp tal.n'iiand Mil e( 1'allli..' KoUlltnn, t otj Money due M hen la. tit asceitamed or mar. r 'eieaut'ri body. I ouctist.me, , while tSroi'jh his dm tclebratcd Miton't hip, jd dam a Whipp nitre ltkui(eli ed with ,lir.k iliher, Mie f Grand Master . I. SouleS'initb recomilietracet in Orlaado, urmtl lscriplio and Pedigree lllack Denmark n . i Latter, Suit m and all th- m .i iini.ni. Melfpolitall. bt Ktsdtk't HamblHunu.il. dam 14 lean i.. this spring, )! Mack, a N 1. in'.u mends that all the lodges of Mason.s cele' and sire, in l.tiglaud, I hi.h.irte willtland II) ariiuti bv Viilnniwr. granJi I Ian, dam of ed liars, line style and rlin, and a go nl irci'r brate the coming festival of St. John the by bcvlt t Ib'ttfr tud Stur Sirad by the famous eld stimewall Jaikton, lie 1 Four-yei- r AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. old record a 16 Mstrop dltali it .ukliowbnleed hy all to lie one Miller's o4d Washingtoii Denmark, he by Ihef ur 'llaptist and that tho proceeds of all enI li) MilSmofWil ate Ienmirk above, itt dam by ..f the nst. en miny ibe trry bett brsl sial-til- i mile rare borse, Denmark lllask Denmark ( rn.a.ler, SKVKNTY FIVK IIOI.I.AKS TIIF. iKAs(N ler's Denm irk. he by the race h rse, Uennurs. n fo.ile.1 Ilia full ti.tcr, Ktxit Victoria, dam by Slotiewall grand daea bybyllia.s.' in' tertainments be contributed to that I111 dim I' orue . xddim by .. I.I al tb Mi IVrrau sileior ir oat llv higlv-.- l Monlcotiierv't (li lla.iklu'1 for 1N8 dam Whip Abdallak I CHEC-AsS- T n loin is . line shaped of charities, tho Masonic Orphans' ra, jd'.lam b) o d Ircnn nike er paid f r .1 bi.siMl naarp it publu silr her dam b) Mcd horse, li a,.k with htrlv) mine and tail. 1,', hands Will als.. stand bt Mprp.diUii, neither of which two fine j... .. Ill l K Iwoillttn t iiud Widows' Home, at Louisville. hih, it.i n.ttur.i sidde .ind wit wr.irra it nun a lktt htrte 10 handt huh, hr I en llroci V , itl wsirwever hnnVtsl siii(i. s.dd at public talc for HAWK and I'lllNl U T( 1.1 r I ci'ii k taildie bretnler. II (.MINIIirs, ( ,,l, Or,, a'd at.fuaing f&n yi dam dam uf lelbuvplay and Drake l ar.er .) $i. i It is stated that the striking engin HL.V.DL OL 1L.kI Chits' by III... I. IU, k U I 1 j IV. Hawk dam I'lanct, at dam .l.r.'lile, FellowrLratl sand .sp.no Mans Human by Nan's lligbltuder ; xraiiilsni eers on the Chicago, Burlington it Quin b) lUtift'tdam, by l.etington, Jd din Fl'.rine, (Idle (Full btother to Mijol ci a:i; : ird dam b) I iin..lo..u lllood ( hief sired mh mid tdam li) Imp l.lenc l.o to the tlud lx.k WinJet ey road are rapidly seeking other cm lanliie KobiHson Jim m( and pedigree, and find no ruber bbvd I.., for extended Iltv hortc. 16 htnd hii;h. Hred bv Robt II lltoMl't lllack II iwk sirisl Ihe dams ant, he by Imp l'alcrnio, to racing t ikiuder and tind the line he comes il, I hl.-- f . l'hls fine lack is bt irioynicnt, some taking stationary en New ork Citv, foiled li 18't .Sireil ht Jr IM dam ..c ... si..." ....ill iwumi IIIC4IIUU4III iiiuinin.i i.m u..,iii.'.iNins. of Visit Arnim t iiitj and I Vlintuit Proiterietri tami rccorr 1 yt, tire 01 tt ijnii. a 1 15, tM.vth. jd by UoSinson t S. M.if iarue. ,,. I.. jjincs, others going to farming, and some First dam ... I 11 rnmh.... ill t.l.u, graiulani of llrii.fieS t so ami I a, a' .v.,1. Itut) llertrutl I si u, dun bv Jessie Kir! 1 ttK. di of M nidiLa 1 it bv liryaii ami Kiuamu broiitrrw uryaii Hi .llu. IIawL. id dam by ipna moe V,' hinds id Idem ie, I.exinKlon andI I'liael.in, Ihe taller thm' tisars ..Id mid Kioto trv Ini lli.ih air ba)s its,4 of I'hl. ninj low r jhl.re.l will miU He impress-jo- n by Clsr't Cliiel. tire of CraxH' a i ad dam Old into mercantile pursuits. The d Fbisls.thauds.ime M ji Ihe llroeik and 15 sf I.ady d im Little Chirlcr Friel ln;hrb .ilL with niea ) no ) cirsoid, serve a few lilt tire; I en Fannt lloltou, cxmcton twu ealirouulis rtMiidt high, and i.ttrtMfi. y tine and stylish Wi is that 50 per cent, of them will nev-'- r a isv. pacingof liy t. aptMist Will the danof len llroe. eroliteand u iikr. tire 01 it tin or II ir- feru- - wushi of iMS at ntt slab M ur and al andOlenco, llirue in I lonne, I'ocahonlat, cu If .nakr. ry W like . 3d dam c. lanrh's IMr,t,tth .lum Jennets .tguiii return to tho t'ue aliot t stock wi'i mate the teaton of I&3B at ih old adage, "lllo-n- l tr.ll lell," it good, this). Minn station Ky two ml s lutlli .f II uslont ire ..li by l!r me uam "i Dmuld j j- rum, firm jS 1111 et from HuMonvilie near Carn h rse will pmte Ins w.irih by i;ettinc progeny thil the llii.o.mi te A Din.i v luriipikp, Miss Molhe Green, a Tennessee 'i and itouiind a aiK, 5th Jtmht Cadet mm f lie" '", Mo) due Seiuemhrr isr, 1U0. al tl.e (,r,j. y .station, and will be permitted to terte b) the will thow in Imni "'at the hnish " Me it greatly in lli'Houghhred) FIF1V marks and form like his tire, the famous ten Ilroei k AT $12.50 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. farm, near Shell.) IU).K) rtnooi icaciier, lirnvi.lv fnmvlit .inn l...,l l"'""1 mare 1 fa i.mtei toUOUI.AItS ti '""r ance, 1Mirea anoroved Deseripli.. and IVligree llreetht a.!r it by Ins son mile WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $3.00, win..., arier,record hat onl) been beaten 4it'bav a mad dog until the little chil mire ri. h dark bav. with black 1.01 i.lni.l,. He is a full brother to Contregan llrakcl. lull. knit and has the mus.letand I leti retain.. mi itl' c.t Is If any mare it re bred on him. heavy man ntul has i,t4 handt lnkh an ' well tmt siren in her care bad tied, after which' AX"(J al Jit for J.v k. ols.ind ftj for Jennet a tier feet model J breeding ..ua ,tiet I la t aitolhir hiKse or Ira.l'il of all the net! dependents nf Let ugt m.Htey ii tt dae a he reached the door, and cloning it, fell will make the season at FIF I LKN DOI.I.XllS (.rast will U furiusheil nt $a y pt--r month 1 are lrferlo4) of his lax ysMf's e. lis whi a until' eitersusti, Utg, tine and s. ' Mock coiiiiuitted to my care and breeding wi ' and be tal.1i l iHesent aicidriitt or escape btil without Melnw nnrord a li fainting to the ground. The dog, shut! iol..r my persona' attention lira., funuthetl is his prsticrse receive no rissbnivstbiifty Imu d any incur N... 47 lKI M MI.O.MH.U. kay.fiulrj , ,1 at re.ttonnii e rates, to be paid for before remnv.n W s W Kill AM, Kt Dim in the building, vuis afterwanls killed by llay horse f.nled April 16, 1881 Sirwl b) Cali- of stock No retpnntibi it) for accidenlt or eslit Imp lUUei, ijn. ban a 34 tireof Cyclone a at ; itt dam Soprano, capes I dam Selh Parting with slock forfcilt the insurance. ile), (sastsd dam al Ihnriie f v :tbe neighbors. Misa Green's clothing dam of eminence I Uil luhlts-K- l old record a rj and full CAKPKNIKK J slhKl.tv (sire of record a 35 and niack coll, foaled in S;, by Caliban dam Mary Churchill h Met CttNrthiil was torn to ribbons, hut she received no titter to Stemwav C F Clayris, t yil.Mie 01 nanti v,itut oo.ii i oasler 1 6I, isi j dam It) Imp Maitate tuml darn of K.ns A adjam oiraininnrc, sire injitiii'. The parents of the children a 17s1il,;, i.yAbtiess dam of steinway damAbceO bt I'ascard 3', son nf Almoni, sire . if font. record a a5H and Solo , id dam Madam rimh, Albion tiroof Van- lanniu WithersiKion, j 4 dam Mistletoe, by Chetwl.ee .have presented her with a saddle horse. old record I Hark eyed Alue Hay sUlln.ll, ftsUs-- in 1M3, 16 hands and eifs (dam of Lnima ( idam by Albert Swsau by IVsr. I'siscomati.and i'untuna i4t b) Drennon, id dam 1 so pounds lie is uf fine t)le and well (ailed. bv Oenerai I a) lor Calilsan itl, bt .............. Messenger Ciel, Jr wat sirej l.t Messenger 7 dam by Algertae . .. ,.-Girls ill tho Garden. S. . n) I k..r. ..!. tlul..ll.h lilA. 8 dam by Orey Alfrstd .L.U. ami. Illot, sire 01 itannis a ..lainorina lilll dam Catsia, by Cassmt M Llay.Jr, tire ..1 Marry , , ,;, Jam a marc i'Ulchs.td , homat, str of SetMl t IMWI1.C 1rtr4aly( apt i, If there is any one thing more beauti-- 1 This fine it ilium will make the season of issSut l la) 1 jtV.,anJ llurfcrid: for bceedie,;, Im swst p,d;fc e Jt 1'as.al by Almont, I hotsuit. recnrit bt Mambnuu Messenccr. ad of I'cdimont a 171 dam I'etrlie I. con ltd, hr dam b) Mambftnot al I sap. in a garden of tlowers, now ,si, believed Napotill than another Vy Amertru. in) f irm, j miles Irom Stinloril, smi the Stanford sue Chief. d dam by American Clt), sire of llranritle atft, ad dam I.) leon, 4th dam by lempesi. jib dam by liei. Mb la dam by Imn Monies 'that thing it a beautiful girl, witli a sun- - Hay horse, is ' iniK hih. Ilrctl hy I. C Mc- and Duiteille pike, Joan Campbell, wn m Wajtner; id dani K liken dam h) Dalnal.y't Diumede. 71 li dam by Calin.ni s II dam b) Imp Medlt) la dam by Imp shj.k net. by Nling..,s.n of American Kcbp.e, Mm ni Whip. 8th il a nt by Slupp s I'aiaon Sired by Cifyler, sire of hlvira, AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. hoiinet OII her head SO Wide and capa-!i83- o old I.) Alexander's Ahdillali. tire if lioldtmim Maid. dam b) Imp r eate ..'.ftjM Messenger Chstf Jr s dun b) Vermont Jr; td ' b) Mambnnn Chief sire oldim of dam by Imn sLthian, td dsm by Iktuiier t lira) Hiiuui that you have to get right square ,Ifr,BSpi,,,,1U IV ulnkct DoscripUun and Pedigree Vermont IlainMe 1 14 itt dam k. thai will set.c r. a Itiicilot j 17, i dam Kate by I'll' I, Jr. sue if Kagle. 4theUuitln On. toll'. Ilei;raph horse, loilcd n Mimbrmn t 0,r.b.ette;) jire of before her, and prettv near her, to see Abbotslurdl;y 1 Woodfordd dam l'r.inr.ise dam of tonian is a black feet behind, aired1311, to hinds daai of Maud S. a ti3, I he analysis, if tins ped ,. .. y j DnIUrs, n same lermt as ihe tsssrs . Tini.'n. jr i. . sine-...- , .,wb-- i , high, iwtif lute 10 br William , lejree slu.ws iw.. crosses ol Mambnno Chief, iwj I atlure for nm . al it y, fee mo... I. S , Xlanel tenser I hief Sr peuditccd Ihe Mlowtit tllO glOWlllg CJICCKS lliai are Sure 10 IK' rrnucps sireof trinket 14 by Aletmder s b Welch, In I(tsd)k's llatublctunian, 1st dam oiisibtlily furai idem. I s II M trvel , llessie ...I .. ,.l .tun III.. lallan sironf fl.tl.l.m.fh bt (Sill Vermont, ad dain lllack Swan, of 1'ihit, Jr,ttru of Henry Clay and oneolllam alessener a IV., Ar ui fhero if slie ir at all accustomed to gar- - K0.e Jamof Uarknest 7): and Native Amen bv Helm's Yorkshirr, bt Imp Yurkshirt , 3d dani lletnntaii, built ux.n awill ing and lharoughbred M t a litis a asvj. K sl.ert II a H) II M JU.n.or, Xjeiii Maamiic t serve mires at Dus . ..It fmuidatnin a ajVj. Kaihrin s ail. Messettgar (.ill Jus, Little l'juil), liy Wagner, by Cliirlcs, lt sir Tcemer; 4th len walks and work. Hivsicallv incil, ca" 3Ki ry 'loin H..hm Oriv '1dam by ICannon t An. by, 4th dam Kinilt .Speed, hir Imp l.cvi.itiian, DOI.I WOioin.ure I'relly Hell a art, Snel) Metseugrr a 11 U'hin. ctlidam l.v U'I'S V KIVI- by .Messenger C rue! J r will mike th-- - season of Ml cth dam liy Packolcl , 6th dam liy llrrcndrivcr; nothing better for daughters, and, doj.laijs to insure a mare mfoai jsiii be M trcs kept on gr 1st at Si per nionth at owner.' 7th dam bt Maryland I'hornix., Stli'dain by Han-niindeed, for many wiws, than totakesole ; Horse, standing by Vhe in.ir...uf. mono) il, 9U1 1I.1111 by Silkv, by l'osvel. Sue Kinilt, AT $15 TO INSURE A LIVINC C0LT. ,,ny Stud llook Vol I page .U' VerJuc ,'f ,he,mkarc '? 'ar"J. " "'' orcJ Speed chargeof a small (lower garden. The ben- -' t (OMii.r.'KD sr.vi.i ion Inirtet it rebrcd toaniiher horse mont I Lunhletonian it a fine, big; horse, with th . . , I. tv hor.e hijS, .. a tp en Jul Adan 13. Jllt derived from CAN' rising Mid SUllf- - Hn- money will be due It. ok are now ..pen and tinea itylo and good bone, aiui a sure breeder, eonibined staluou, will liehands permitted to .eit mare. . . (. S. C 1' CI.CIL rapidl) nlling aired by 'William W elcli, the sire of I'nn. e Itupcri aiSm 10 insure ; ! ilng the pure morning air, are fri'shness al, 1 aiSJcremiah J a3Ls, lleAtie I can trot We will also tt tnd the noted ja. .. William Welch wat sired bt Uts jjoorVctter :ind glow of cheeks and brightness J " ""tf dtk'a Mainblctoiiiaii, prit lie 13. 1st dam at III) tia'le c , lllack stalluses, s6 Uands h.lt. loaled in iM sirr.l J1 1""." K " , eyes, cheerfulness of temper, vigor the dam of Itodrti's Prince, a 37, and bt Imported in b Aliiiunl I'ntKC lirsld.m b) Komulu. Al "HU by s U I ,ick II 1.1. oln e wt.t. on Ihe shr. umtst Trustit (sou of CottoJ and sue of jo mile, trotter, r..d. t (it a.'i I r H jt, sire of tf. performers m..nl Prince by Altu-.n- l mind ami puiity of heart. im, to ili.urr a n. n I'ru.lce, a dam bv a Min of Mambrtno, bv Imp At iio to insult taking s.ae, title and I. reeding in ihe a mill Hi. .Um the dim of Molhe lm;, son.ttiihno w e Mills) tin. die t hcapc.i si.h. s "' OMJ, d in.uramr, Messeuger, Vermont being: igratuUon of tht great int.. consider ili'.n, record a ji Jyslie must be more cheeiful and lovely I'rivjtc trial ,it ' I Denmar I his is lt)sdtk II.tmblctoni.in, the grandest sire living, ever ulfered itadart ba).wnh p.. y ttury tl) lishei.lt. kind and tjemle in 3 yeai of .ie on half mile track to Mares kept ongra.s at $t per ri. nth. No and (.ill's Vermont combined, backed In thur as a daughter, more dignified and wo- V.lirr11,"- - if harness IRasWiH.. H prmnises o be n t cat horse ' ' '"", ion. has bnr i.id and maiir tiandt ""PI J7 u ars . ail on or addrs s forthestetd or furiner ars old this spring As a t ytr ougblired. will maku a tine slock horse- Kisjt k's sibl its He hs sir., ttyl. IstHi and sub- - ".,"1' f manly as a sister, and more attractive thc,i!:def1,ndn,hc,Uhe"irede horse,,; llamhletonian, by Abd.illah, son of Mauthrino, o ',,mh'n11 ' s II or J II II VU.il MAN. b itr. supeitor, if an e ,ua , sa-- m at I I.N DDL lit Maitce WiM mtk havme wan fif.l surif'rd. K) I.AKs oullesnse l.imsat Mesvenjer Chief Jr ' KtiiUi L , r dam bt Imp Ilelltoii.ultr, ad dam bt llitthop 13 ;md confiding us a wife. If you have Kentucky offered to the nublic at so low llainlifctoni.nl, 3d dam by liirp. Mowenger. ' ""J lit kiruesw, trader sdd e end IWilh homnvill wa-i- n.t my farm on the Moreand on terms so liberal ..wr...w " I atprnter s sialloti IHrnpik. a miles, tho doorvard ground, then get and and "ihi iswse. at (ill's Verniont.by I'onnny's Vermont, sire 03 ul d e horse, as a combined siimhymr ,, ,, ni. j by Columbus, irom iitusttMitin a Living" Ool the il.im of Hnlgm.i, J id, 1st dam ot Confidence, b mi h hatnnt apeerin Kenittck). dozen pote and plant the seeds of flowers $30 to J K IIAUCIIM N ( Darkle) s) sun of Coliimbies, sire ... . .1.1' 1.. ., . lUmel Denmir. 1. b Kiaie De.ima'K he by 1 ..c .e.. " to vour taste. J lie care aim attention sti "' """ "J?d dam b Matchless,.1 lto UU.KI.Nb MIIAWIIISK 339, SurDeHmm- - .he bt J,mi.' e,nn., t . . a KrCOI'D, a 15V, sire of the ac in. ,.ml ens.ehi.rte he I I in I . vtiihiiu is mc sire- oj rear and train the giowin CI.. ,.r 11I....1, Prince lequired to uailt 01 Climax, a, ,m.ci . Mnifley auf.Ji'. and ,,., ucuseiorei Mnrt , . s((- - . . ,ld. ,,.r 'Hay tUlli.Mi 15s, hands high, fouled iSt'.b) jd.tnts occupied the mind, to the excluthe dam ot lllack J ak, a:aj. llrst dam bv Cbait.ips k I... ,.,... . iiiijicr. .,..,,, of the dams of I Prinecps a 50, and Logan a 40 :: , aisosire !! 5a'!, .ireof tctentucM 30 pudorm J'."? Hnistfi.h b) Ol es s. r Oainbettit W likes 1 tit, I lie King 1 .s)V, , Nellie I. sion, oftentimes, of senseless novel readDam ALLF.V, Hamlet, ltsi. the tliu of A bt "".!,h Sir'T reM: ... Duke rlf. Outlaw a Mil,, Pearl a 30, L.id llatis j 31S V Klisldtm allamite. dam l.lndora, ill 1U111 of This ctiealnneil .ti'li.n will mike tin season " ru.r.1 .il .!..., i,u iu . thlnl , 1U111 . bv ... .Uit Piinllind Jo; atl l . ny t. nance I: arc . as Ot nc '" .' t ing a senseless waste of time. You Trial 3:aoJ4,nnd the dun of Albert Prance, a:io' Ileutrit-- 1 Ladv I'alrhen fj5H, and Ken- - moor a die, Lincoln imin- at m) 7V "" "T ' """s-au.u.b) llanililutjnijn, 10, th slie of Dexter, ty un tin stable near I u.l.int III.- - turnpike, lll.ssv.ui and heb) 1A dam ,f tuck) nrnticnun a i'iH, and sire of the sianlord fragile thing of a gill, ...... .....ssoiii, oin nam By iirtuus, ith dam bt 1 i;li ; id.limlit Imp ConsUrmtiun; listless, pale-faceand Wilton, a.igjf ttlidim b I'lul riioiiipion J 16S Wiisluiigti.il (irjy , jtli dam Migg) b) liup. D10 npedal I MSURE A LIVING COLT. throw oil' your mock delieacy, put on HyIlSI)VK'S HAM1ILKTONIAN 10, Kytdtk'n ILani'ilelonJan, bv AlHl.illalt, tire uf mede AT SIOTO .. linmiet lleiiniar s .lam bt old Lmiiiji n.,t ... " ... ' .,......., ..in,,) ,v nan.tr . s ... Sir U'a'lttr a a7, 1st 1U111 by Cliarlo Kent mare, Prineept, 5,(6, the sire of Trinket a 14, suit it. tt (iraml dam LADV GKI.tWUL.Ii. jjloves, if you will but work in the g.tr-le- n, 1st I mli llellfounder; idilain One Lie, bv Hilltop 11 is neeilless to man .tilers with records, if a J or better; by ttoodfjr.l Put (tlijfialai i. a rd l.n, heavy male. t.itnd tail mi ihnl for haruesa and a ' !c It.imbletoni in. 3d 1I.1111 Silvtrlail, bt Imp Mc-- atiiuihrluo .,.......... n 11.. ... ..un, ...- nil - v, Imn till your cheeks vie in color with n o Mamiirinu Chef and 11 ne.nie hull fif tin (ti.iUa iiiiiI Trial to wigon a:a8. ..ems. ... ...' "ar hv e niiti mssrdtt. t at a sengcr Kjhdts'a llMmliletoiUiin Is the sire ut Woodbine, dam of Wedgeit'd all Pint dim ud" will be J isld ou the aolh of June and breeder, I latiilei hat ret supeiior nnd he Iran..in.. Abe blush of the ro.se you cultivate. llv KI.YINC. MOKCAN. ot a v or Prtiiiroec. sister to MiIihhuou, dam ot M.inctut. the liesl natural saddle stallion in the cunt) Nellie a iS mil 37 others with neurits He thete iuallllet In h iiffeiiiliii. , ana y$ trial a 1(1',, oy AbcUllali j, sire of (toldsmilh Maid nas pr.ssiii rums. 10 be a nrr i"Ui gener anu 111s As H token of me Mj.ii.a.Tu.t... r ..... .. Keitcr, also 01 tue (lams 01 . iiMivs ..iicitwiic-- r tvas suc-.- . uv .. .... s .. ..I ll.ini- - others ,,!,, ,..,.,, r.i. ... a 30 in.ii.ti ait a 14; jddjm IiLic-k.nr fill llidureiii.m forlntue Kos, dam ol Darknes. a um.I is first In.s Hi. w it sired li) llaiicb I A Sympathizing Brother. im. hlsionlnn. .Inn, . s llrn.t,, .f.i,' . ...n...n, ......,.. .. I.a.le kl,e Hawk, Hurinoai, trial aao';: b) Tirnt 1'eumer; 31!tj .lum muii a Abdallah, lie bv Abdalluh Liemiu by Jin. Jo Itl premiums for ihe fce.tas.l.iaucr t. t Hani Vermont Dowiung's) bv Hill's Illick ,.... .. three Co . . . t ......' congregation of a cbuich at Elk Nigger by Seeley'i. American Stir, grand dam li sire in 0.1. ... ituuii a ..r. . viit.i.i .ii'i.KT. o) csussn . s ....nip, tin nam .ut iiooin iruy l.lmtxe b) S. Kluiiuo b) Aletaiider's Ali.UIIah by let lob.' show in tt r.iu.tii The the Dantllle I air Lance, son uf I. nice, son uf American .,.. .., . ai.u (.imd isatiur will be furnished t.1 $a lllsl dam hy (.ceteral ing sj is siiu 01 mc .rims namiei us., uie sue ui , raniiint a ao. bt Itysdyk's Hambh-lomaT. ,!..! p r , v.. niiwti sliiwl.'1'.l mum li'iiinini' hclui.e M ) perssNia and tnei in nun..,. ,. tne sire ol t uiunieer S3, sire 01 tt j linen 1 11 v, , idiwtur a 17 likulkinrt.) Py Vrrmolit HUck III. null ll W'llklns Mic.iwlier died MKiti"; anil lolt but few sire ol tne nam ol .Mamiirino liruc-ce Muricall, ' Rlvll mares lr pre vein accidents, but Ilelle Wilson a abH and others V..luiiler jt It llanibletouiHn K. Hawk by Sherman Morgan b) I great breeding that their preacher hail ilepaiteil UIKler colt; but from huliognvo peed, rich proiuito and Hill's lll.uk Hawk, Lt Shenn in Mmg.tn.duiu I' irst daut Lad) P.ltri .1, il im uf .sentinel a arV, n) .lid dam bt (..sddard's siimtiicr Denn.arV, by rsp.is4 jiwu ,U) ,Kcur iliundant ot a a . I,,. ,nn t iliscrediiiiDie iiiLUinsianut.. magnilici-n- t form, I Wmtinugloii j.l dam hy Old 'lorn Hal. Hawk is Hill's ut.iri' J l I MNDII'M 1M1la, cnreoril,01l lhc ,ra'cli linj ln ,Iie sire oftn.tli I" id Siir.itogn 1 lllack Lanetit t 7tl.e, Yoilug turn t 11 will be seen y, llv an analysis nl his podicr-Utile that SPKCIAL NOI'ltl.. "! Major Thomas Morton, ol New Wk, j it cunt )ll tile following SlllldllV it sCCUied to be a ami Voting Anient mis ihe Isest sa Idle mid irollilu bhmd In offering the sen ices ot thisli.glilt btud loun , , , unite us tint lie refined lor W ilkius Mlc.m- - alitluu Alleu aireaj4, dams of lltiiuclie 1 1 .,i . . of ihor- kait.st.i to the world beside, two at, 11ml is tlu ofthe Im, til ion to the public I feel ussutid !ty ailll Ol liearlX eveiyoiie lo HUSO Up litrjut a short time Infnre lu ilcatli an utfurof (icn Tweed, a jj, a 26ls, ..... Ictiiii'ssee and Im. IimI.kIu, ,,, t r. ., ,. ,11 nntoiM.1.1.. lliat tins ....I. ouhbr.Hl 1... - -- 1;;,d; ', - ,Vi ,;1, the seamial. ami, iin.ler great icsiraiiu, m',!' in'fem , ,1"; , Tthe . the band rank. 1,1m ...long L0GA1N CALD77ELL ! '.JVtm.ji were WllklntMicawberbreedem Hti.u.ned tl.e lo of llflHV llllllltlTiistillir convei-mltionAs the public is wed Informed, l a 4 year-ollu one of the vert gre Heat of all the great tons ot old ,, . t ,,!'.'l,, i.'J ri.liii.ilni, sir-,- ,i ,tarted In tr.tl close y eonlested nice., nrotinu . GH1CKEN hdl . mere V to pl'OVe that the members II.1ml.letoni.1n , TiT.. 'b.ai'k M.V "JY, cbun'h rise above sensation- nw,.t ,f ,Mcvcr h.ii. m Ii.iihI nml t uicliliUli, w II make i,f iSrt8 ut the stnl.h-- s id" ) nli'i. nil ,V I'arris. Lin, att.r, Ky , a cuvm , iv oit.! i) K)e See i !' WALTON. 1 IIINItM a .. Jr .. .is by Kri. smim (ism 'v illil-i- vml&JZmimiMl !ViiHIHiBM ' . " rwuMmmmfs WfimBmBitiiiMi 1 1 it-- 1 r,-1.1 ; 'if I II - 4 ! '"' Jr -- ''. -- tBBSm GXLDEHOY. V 1. ' Hillll k s . - 1 i.. 1 L,' s,, 2S1TOTT. 1 llu-rr- 1 1 11 1 no-r- POWDER Absolutely Pure. poH-Jer- itiju J,lllu SILAS VAUGHN", in-a- JV- PEACOCK, JR., STALLIONS FOR 1888. tit .... httt-ikl.- " ,l iiiLitiv, IMP. X.O:0vrDGN . car-ol- BLACK DKNiMAKK! I ' -- iKK'liMDiLJIi), 1 CECILIAX PAIIK. FOR lra, STALLIONS V.rk-.fl.il-a 1 j $10 to Insure MviujrColt, 1 - GtlhlBBTTK VlllKES. T03I ROBINSON, perf.-riiie- I I AnH-rita- 1 no-We- kv CON Jaks's r modi I)1U.U A nmr it JACOI v, n- In lu-r- BKEECECIiOADEH. 1 ' foot-boar- d. ... !' ji.mj 11 ... It.-ll- Ja, 1 X 1 e-- sir-0- 1 Sio to Insure a Living Colt c. y. CLAY, d s . ' I ALLEN BASKE0BD, 1 , V B!Bi:bB& EIGIITHEART, iSb) VermontHamWetonian (, t't, J, AIKSSKNT(JKltCIIIKK.JH -- ,, ., it. 1 .., ri , 111 - ,,,,,,! ' tWat'T is ,,,.. "?''',,0 '"l)t Katie-('runes- 1 L a'. ' t,, j ' rk. - GROYER CLEVELAND. PEYTON E3IRRV, SANIMIXilC AHEAD. no I 111 BLACIKAKDOTo Hamlot ' Doximark , iHARKA WAY, 2875. . .( t n ""' - "''. ''' 1 Insure :, " a; ""'"i. 1 -.. "i"" GRAN'BX, 2488. "? l'e hi jt. ',1 - MT CLBBOURHB. urtK-rs1 1 i4-!- ' H, 1 T.'... Kii"y ..... li, I in',, nnr . as s ,!.! i i, ,... niiiL.. .. 1 11 .....r jr, ". t ... ., 11 111 n .1-- h ,,, - Ju-tu- lit j 't. e s ,1 gossip, .lust before service, were nVotber Klijab IMbookrod arose dosed JHHINIlii: . the culd , Al I.IjI. tl.e il im of tet appeared 11,,.. greatest 1....1 ew ''"s.i.iv, ll.conlt Sisters, Since .... lllst !. e "Brethien-.lllmet in this bouK'something which seem, ' to linw east a gloom over this congrega- c closest unltsia and we hate eter) confidence lion has occurred. N e WCie all milch, .1. .. , ... .. 1., anu ttc oeiiet c itiose "" " win I'l.iuiice attached til OUT minister; 111 I.U'tWelOXeil tialrunirii.g him willtvilize as much prunt from l,r"J"ce .i from the produce of Jlllll, ami null' iiint.or.e lliat We odei ll the (and, and Ins fillies ttl.mtld make ant horsein brood miros worth) tlic eml.race of the bluest blood Ilreudprayer for the WaiUleier. era are united to c ill and , 1T1. J d . . .ormv, h m the !ilr, r'A u'.i;S trotlin. horse nnitreultor . siic-e- .- ,r '"ttK Morrill ,,,Kn, a il.ef.ret S S Ti ntMxnntmwt.toiViwii :iAlTSE' feSS'r. WMSXZ" a,omeli,liri , , $ XTXTiw 'tf.3' ,T?.V& Aiat h . s ' -- a,, Louise .V j ao'., . nineles. a 40, I n me sue s,oniiunu. "" ,M " ' performers, and hewlias i son. c' that nelter l,.;1 performer.. O.d C.iluin tired a " JT? . u. Kentucky. ' tVtZ $15 !'. bK e "' .,,i .,r... . Lf" j WMt whs Hiioarciitlv- a dead - u il.,.,.. . . ...., j .l1' ."..1 r'k.l,y r."K" .'. '... het.it.., .".ri'V,y " :"k use n, tee. i.iatK nawk ,,y , s..i . iiiaes . :j 4 Cholera Curo! Ilawls bt iloriiijio Um by lllack iWk by Imp ' 1 KBMV ' WILKES. . ' - .. .' A Sensational And will go in training tlic itt of June You will find on in estimating tlie pedigree that he is one of the best bred toung horses south uf the Itncr He has the blond of George Wilkes, American "Why?" Clay anil Messenger to buck III in for a anted pro ducer. be ran away with your "'IJecau-sPedigree Kenny Wllke's was sired bv Lvle Wilkes F,jo, sire of Mattiu WlUc-sto; istdam wife." Zelka by ad Hiawatha, lull sister In .Maud Wil. "Yes, I know," Klijah replied, "and Hams a a6, ad dam Tena b) Mamiirinu Mettenger sire of the. dam of Messenger Chief, who sired think he will that is the icason why Maud Messenger a l6Ji j t dam by Downing's ilay J II. LNGLKMAN, Tnivel- Arkanstw Messenger, till dam by Noting Jefferson, pacer; r piiners." 7 1' Dar.tille,Kv need 5th dam by Hunt's Commodore. r. Lylc Wlkes aijn son of (Jeorge Wilkes; lit dam Lou Count, by American Clay, ad dam No. kornins bv Matnbnno Clilcl, id dam Mrs Caudle, Was Paint. There wasa sign upon .el.iiti of Ifrlcton ad Hiawatlia br Hiawatha, son My line jack, William L)le. black wlili mealv of Imp Allium, dam Duthcr'a Maid by Mambrlno fence tin tiiirii WHS "l'aillt " the u). land unh. .IretlLv Itlcs Imn la, t Messenger Downing' Hay Messenger by Has ami out 01 a Jennet, will make Ihe everybody that wentby,sinnerandsaint, ol iSBi at myspicndiubetween the Danville A season nincra, dam hy Imp Messenger, Downing' Hay stable .StanMesscngirit the siruof Lady Martin a aj, llin a'llnger, touched the fence and ford and Danville & Hustontillc pikes, put out PortcraaSU Mumbrino Messenger, sireofden. fieorge IL and its they wiped their AT 38 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. and l.idy 'I homat. who tired Scott Thomas a JI. inward sped, K.J 39H Ilostou linger tips ''It is," they said. rilOS.C ROBINSON, .Mares pined with forfeits Insurance. And money falls due. O. 11. LNtsLKMAN. Startfurd, K). i;J 'Cornier. er-j'in- g e a 1 slience. Another biotheraroseiindtuin-luto Klij'ah P. lbookrod, said: "I am astonished that you should this congiegatiou to pray for our ininlstiT you above all others." h.ivubch wte-- i ,1 un-.m- g tnc iu,re and Ilia tinidiirctne loiioiviug ex.raet This touiig stallion will in ike the season at the eaainlne for theiiisclves Attention i ci'led to time place and will be limited tu twenty in ires de-sii- u OL,m.v, I i.t , Msir. in, Hark mat- - never made what could be 111 ills calico il Hie until toil OOllgfll llltll Our people were absolutely de.ul tu the merits nt thetrottcr lleaerted two marcs when three tean old and got two colts, both onned here, and ton could not buy cither for $5,00, You can not buy it Harkawaytotingttcr in or around Ulncy for ... enn . ... ... 1... c i. ,11.... a.. .a ... ajui, out ui coiiimou mares 41.0 lie served in Ins whole life 2a in tret and got 19 foals For several yearn he ran wild in pasture and cot ered no mares, ilurinj; the time I was trjiug; to tee whether I would go under or stay on top ofthe sod. II (,. ha.Not, Aililrcss W. A ItlTSSKLL.or 17 J AT TO INSURE, It WILLIAM LYLE. "'nse. I' till brother to Dantllle Wilkes, record 36J4, sire of Salue Vugeit. trial a a3, by l.)lc s Wilkes a 30 40,11, sire 01 tiaiiic 11 . I dam by W'aty, jd I irst nam hy skeuaddle, dam hy Old lelegraiih, 4th dun oy rraiik, nke b) Oliterby Wagner Waxy by llcrthiimc, daddle itt dam by Money i'etral, ad nam oy lum nal L)lc't Wilkct is oy (Jeorge Wilkes jaa; itt dam Lou ( oons by American e lay, sire of (tranville Magic, aa6, Maijgie llrigys a a;, Klla Clay a 17! sire of Climmie (1 a 17) Pott Hoy aaj'f, Keuo 3 i and Myster) a ao. Danville W likes full brolher to i'.dcrson Wtlknt hat started in four races, won two of them in straight heats and got money oul of third He is Will nuke the present season ut Win. M Hiic'k Training St ible at jan to Insure lit lug colt ur $10 sire uf.Salltc Vagcn. his only colt that hat been I andied, hat started in seven races, tt inning second iiic season, citn at lime 01 service He is a ycuraold, 10 hand i high, a beuutlful qui money in hveof them. make the Kdcrson Wilkes will teaton of 333 at hognny bay, with fine maneuiid tail, a perfect modni) place 4 miles west of Stanford, at el and u perfect saddle horse Sired by Hubble'a Denmark, known a On Time First dam Mollie Mounts, by Citlibe's Lexington; addimby Young Amerlcj, lie by Tuylur's Messenger; jddam by Miller's Denmark, wlilclt gltea With lien retained 011 all coltt until service fee is turn a double cross of the best saddle stock Ihe paid Will give persona) attention to maret, but world; 4th dnm by John lllunt oncoflhc best rate not retpon.llilc fur accidents, should any occur horses in the world; 5th dam by Waxy, CHAS. L. CKOW, W..M. ItlfK, Dimlllc, Ky. ij .Sunfurd, Ky. I first-clas1 tvlien .Dear oiu track work last ileum year His disposition is nerlec't niul his l,l.,.i.t s lines Ltttou.llieslre ot lilsd.nii. was lit horiidale a iiY,, u son ot th it famous mare, Doll) , luam 01 iiireciora 17,111111 iimvani a J ,) 1st dum oy iirowne.ntci HIS oroiiier in bloo the great Clark Chief' (Itcnview will stand at Suthe insiirjnce. mouet- due when the fact It tiscert lined ur the mire parted with (ileiiticwit a bay stallion, 13V, Itindshigh, f.ultil iSst; beiutiful ill olor and tuuds.une lu toriiiiiuil lic'kiinwsii true, wen naianceu gilt unci has un doubted speed, hating shown .111 liters In 37 sic 110 onus dam by Norman m.. the ct is mid Parliiu with mare fi.rleat. iii.u rant Any mure I. rod 10 ahotn stock and llu'll brud to Sited by Mc.sciikCr ( luel, iSaj any other animal fnrtdts inturaticu and money le- O J CHOW iSj situ ol Maud Messenger a 16)4, AbW aa . and comet dm otlieis rirsiuuin i,aut e uri). n) 1.) lion, ire ol Maggie K 11; sun id 'I horn. laic a ii . ad dum 'i Miinibrinu Medley, sun of MjtiiliriiiuLuief, 11, )j ' - GI.S1T VIEW CHISF "Tuttr A'XI.; S?7." ... . Mammolli by EQERSOK WILKES. Thousands of dollars worth of .mKcnsciiceveiy year from Choi-era- . omer diseases combined. Ihit uV u.M.iycry 01 a remeay mat positive, aires it has been made, and to be con- v.u:u 01 us emcacy only reiuirea a trial a bottle is enoiidi for one hundred chickens. It is If, after using of .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly .111 50-cen- It is more fatal to chickens that. ' WMaViliiW 'LUKU0 11 - guar-.intce- d Fifteen Dollarn to InHure, two-third- s 111 satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. For Sale by McRabetls &. Stags. f a, , ' fi '..1 t ulniT.liil sseasshwwsssssrwiiiinM..M. iL"vn.iLjrm; ;gi"-Mi"- " '' ' I ll.i l.Um , .f .1. U tmmama. .lI'lMl l,lll 2. .11 -I , Iffdlfa 'i E. i'-j 'i - ,1,1,1 - lssstSsStsswwesJl r, J'si p.1' 1. nV w.e.r-bas- i iZXIJLi j, SiLJii2.l. Jt.,..l4J . . iT t TTT IT' x"iiiiis egstassssssswMSstss4sasfcs- Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal M11H. .s.;"r" - ' r . """"" ''" iiH ntS.' I Dkmoi'iiath are again reminded that niaHH -- Our old stand-by- . Hro. their presence , " 1h desired at tho Iiir Wil i TltH XKW GKOCEKV AND IIAKUWAK1. HOl'SK Ol ., I I t-S A llaiiiH, comes ttwwitlllir WLtunrriu 4r uiitnl ilii lmr.1 titu itt iiiiuuiimiri manfully to the defense of tiLiL.ti..,! ...1 ,...11 !,!. K.C. WALTON, MflnnROV 4, 1888 , taniohi). Ky .May XmbHiu. of t.h.hlH and ,,l,.i dross roods just received at S. II. Shank,,'. '1 " Publlahod Every Tueadtvy and Friday ' -- '' iiiiiik rooms in Commercial Hotel for Apply to Mm. Kttn ViuiArwdulf. I M-- : - -im.'ii 11 1 ! v ifiAU.iN ADVANCK ... IMIU 0 R.r "III U .....I fcfa.V .. ,11 K r.uUiAr.- - House, Orchard nike. ... i vi.. ''Miiw r,, N,m,K ,""1 "K. . i m I les on Crab i Milll Inuulro at this olllce. . i i iv v,u. l. II i It'll wv , liir,n.( "tit I ., 1 ,l'r ,,,l,s M,,ti viriiiu 1 - in "- - ' L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ,c ' at Owslov lV ;;,;',.:. t ltrn.nKo.-i- Nnr.i. ".Vr.:-. -- "Ji"" eduluw :: 5 Klounciu- L- I I'vnis PArKii.Nsuml a general line of " South.. S3lrn thelatlcrtruli.il alioiarry paenKcr tieiitH I'liriiishitiK liootls at OuhIcv I he alioye it calculated un iiamiaril time. Solr CniiiiV. ,ri, aliout jo iniiiiitet fati r. II iii-- i t mM,,sliaviiu,'and;shampoini,'i K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. , done in approved style at .lo- -e Thomp- Itnwlaml at 7 in A in a .... re,.,,.,, a. M,n s miriM'i Miop. i ami lcae m al I rellil .on.i North Si " - in nil.' . demolishes the specious arguments of ,)r KwH,r.k hM tlum TJio on ''"f tl"Vi!nm trouble with these preacher is that thev conn niauon, nui, v.e are disposed to bo too ,ll,,r.wiii.liMl uniI roosmig would not he surprised at nnytlilnK that la,l. (,L1, (f f nt might happoiUh ore. point of their subject. i'leaso announce that a District Tin: rate C announces u for the omul-trito tho Lexington races, msinuie, umier ine auspices ol the Ken l Cuion, will behold which cuin Muv 7th. Tickets will he tuoky . . . ,i it If 111 i niuwuMmrK mi UIO WM lUUl mil Ol )i 0,j Nl( f0j tin oth to tilt' ami !m (lesire.l K, li.iv.. Mav. It l..l...l..uf oo.l to return till the lib. overv Sundav-hc'hoin Lincoln county. Tin: I'.novillo extens.on was turned It mines to bo a prolitablo occasion. to tlii' opurntiiiK ilfimrtiiifiil vm. of llllnuiri, who wan .ly anl V.ilr trahm pntmi. The.oad ,,,,,,,,,.,,1 of tho last International Con- .. .... 1....1 I.. .,..1.14.. 1... i. Il.i.. .......ll.i.... ti.t.l i... venuon, which met at uiiicaijo last .1 line, '"" """"I" " un is mado quickly and wifely. is to be with us. Other prominent work- - ''" ";ir ,r that four n.,n r l",f",' f half-far- o W k led " Jo Bo TUOKBK IIUSTOKYIIJUE, KY. Woiilil kindly ask your attention to the fan that he has just iclurncil from freih ami wcll'ielei tcil Moi k ol 1(10 ,,, cities with torse-- , ....!...o I ! '. S.-- Sunday-Schoo- 1 1 1 mi y? '".V:'. i.ni.i.w-.iij,.ij :UMDI(0;in FAMKJLY Ghtt DV. H10Jnii)&, ' i 1 - iiiifit-iniiM- . "i ','., "' il. vt Tues-J.M- r. p, "" .V'""", nrj iiciicYiiiK i '" vim. irmiini run Hi (me uj nwi 01 ot i.urope ami America "'"r'-.JWr- ii (lrviMt '"'n J"" iuii inane it iu yuur imcrcM "'' .'' An r. anti i wtra. I Li, handle the celebrated Lexington J i.k V"-'-1- ? Kenpeitfuliy, nd h nnrc "1 -- l.lccn, W.iK..n. Inrmine H.r I).1tron.ll!e j. u. i.i'.Ki 1'jtcnt 'V rt'CKr.K. i ... ' , MEANS BUSINESS. W riiu.s and jewelry v.armnted. A. It. l'onny. Xiuinelley before you hell your wool, lit! will pay as much or a little and more than anybody. Sin-- : Tim icdlclncM hot J' nny'h. -- and toilet aiticlo place to buy drus, patent is at ..thcr Weilnesday. colors'.! mason, Crait, wrists, lie is docile enoiiuh now, the n Miis. . I. K iimrii attended the .i,,,.,,,,,, ,ntHi n f,,w ,IIVs 11.1 of ever, and he had better be as long 3 50 at Danville and pronounces It M,III,llll,li MKlHj ,. ' .. is ill hildren uudtr .0 year and servants who clean had been the custody of .(idler Owens. regular fare. their room, half the , , , . very Hue exhibition. GOEO. tendinc Kisk Cniversitv at Nashville Tin: State Hoard of Miptaliation has Miis. John Hi tn vx vs. of Crab tlich- d was to have niduated this mwsjoii. MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. or Special Rates .ird, ami Mi. A. A. McKinncy iv visit-- , ,;(r s,.V(ni ws,ls w t.M)txt M. j,, through Auditor Hewitt informed Conn- - No Reduction any one. II. Cooper that the valuation to tm Mis. .lohn A. Ilaldciuan. ,hN IIIIIV UI(., satisfaction. ty Clerk li. .. ...... of land in Lincoln county has been in- , ,,Jt Mh. am Miis. II. T. M vttim.i.v and, h. 'amilv liave is'tme to .Moss Crek, Tenn., Tin: lmisville Times siys that "line lu re Mr. M. will run a cotton mill. of the llnest looking men there was (i. Hie public will 11..1 he all.med to lr.ni: dinners I -' I'rof. T. M. Iluvves, the elocutionist, W. (.entry, a colored lawyer of Lincoln M.l, ......smiviI .im.....v MlllJetllO eipl.lll-- , ,e ala week of the ,he Krlinailu, j son.tn.csinwiti. ation increased :'. per cent., making the Mass., tu teach iN' 'All .entry isa bin fellow with red idsouc to Ndrthtiel.l, ' hat art in Key. Mr. Middy's s,.iooll hair and ntd sill,, whisker. His ,om- - !...) 5m.ii.ihi; turn !,,. miiijeet to eMt,ai- - A GRAND 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION, brown." It mii;ht izauoii, no ciiange, ?.iso,.)oo; gniini total "icre Ijlexion is a on the lotli nf July with an elegant llirth-- . a increase of $'2V.',,- - i)44 Dmncr Cvit. .1. M. lioims was siruck in tlu; l,tvt :tilI( Unit ittiitry is it much bct- - l,!r.l,.)Tl, An .lliistrale.Ui'rs.il.ir..f DrijipinK Sprii.K.ll ' ft optic by Albert Severance while ,,,r Kesnectlullv. ,,(i ,mn the avenie of the :tl in til., villi!., nf litviil.l.. i.r,.....rlv. tie sent upon H 1. Sl.AL't.HTKK, Ins is pretty severe and will cause some la)inii- base lull, which came near put-- inonmid MNsemhly. Lruu Orchard, Ky. in ' high old kicking. - .iiii it out. Tin. old rattletrap nt l.ibertv, ealltslby Mil. .lon.s A. Mt Koiir.Hrs, of Mt. Vei- Tin: business manager has received has 1,,'cn raxed visit to' courtesy a inn, III., is here on the following, under date of April L'Oth, ' d the foundation for a new huildiiii; is n latives and friends. He has gotten to at Fox Hall, Kirkliston, West litliian, "eliiif fast put in. Mr. U. A. I'tewitt, .. a --MKI.pounder. was-nof thf Umig.us 1'orl Af.rtiul charge for the is Some Scotland. There Co, Kivrr urnpiVp Ma Wvi.i..:iiCiiRNvn.r and wile, of isnuity deik, tells us that there papers, hut Miss Duncan sent stamps all at Mi.Kiiin.-- miKoad first will nirrt atin Slny, storsiSSB. Snturdav the , I nt Sott,-Kas.who iiiine with tlielin""y to Know wiieie .lu.lnv .viomiw the same. The letter savs: Miss Dim for the purpose of eloctuiK President S: ll&ird uf ,,,. , rr ,,.,,r The hall is ..slv of Miss Lir.Ie Heiuley, still ted back will hold his June emit. J oi K.s, Ilium II IIMH fl. Iflllu. .H'illl'.l (lllil ........ - can acknowledger., with thanks, receipt, I It II IK 1. ,, ,., w tNiiiCMiuv. """, ' nine f,i... .i..i . n .1 i uni.r.is in in ?ia .ins, l'oinii-- Item went ... ... "'s.. tho church can be p.ttoii bis honor will1 moil Joi ' it vi and she hopes Mr. ... niton '"'ve to hold foith under a tiee. foil miiii.iMiiii,ii.iin i.....r she and will be j;et the stamps she sends; her lister, Mrs. Mary . Howinan, were, . Uvtrr.-- A. ...... tl... I0.v...ir..,l.l . exclmnee.l into i.avment- for tin, oaners .... ... ..... ... t Will keep constantly on hxnd a largo and salsct lino of Funiture go to Cincinnati yesteiday. ' ;."..v.r.'" 'Z.W son of Mr. and .Mis. s. .1. lCmbry, was she has received. Miss Duncan has re-.. '.'n ,. i,, n""''?.-Hill .11.11 llllll'llkl ' lln(. I'ltois, M. (,. Thomson and II. 1'. struck on the head by a falling pole read witli great pleasure Mr. My prices will be as low as such goods rj.iki'iiian, of Christian College, lliistou- Tuesday and rendeied insensible for nil- idemiiiid Ikxird ofIirci.iirsfur the tun inline iijiiiiioii iiiiii'viiiiii )cur. ville, weie down a day or two ago with 'some time. He and some other boys lower animals. Does Mr. Haines know can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- -' li. C LVOV, President topy for the May number of the Comet, weiepiittiug up a inaitiu pole, when it of the most cruel of all cruelties that vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. hleh will be out slipH'il from their hold. It gave him a men inflict on animals, vivisection'.' No Cvpt. .1. H. Hi 11.1:11, of the K. C, side glance back of the ear but made no tongue, no pen should he silent on that who boards at the l'oitmau House, took abrasion. The concussion caused him to subject. of the Stanford & Millcdcville hi' stucl.hold.-rhis wife and family to Cincinnati Tues vomit for some time, and it was thought ; ; '1'urupil.i' Koad Co. will meet at McCorniactsN day, where she will be placed under tlif nn mmuniMU ma tro. lirt Saturday in May 1888, at 2 uus flltay iT1j(ll(..l, i,ul he is etli..g (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Paoific Railway.) m. for the purpose uf cIccunK n o clock ... . caieoi me oesi ,.,.s,v..o.s, . enr U ri,)lt nWf ., dent and ItiMrdof l)ir.s:tor for Sipiire Heazley, at Ahenleeii, IK LINK HKTWKI X I IIP. NOR II ANU SOL II II) CAKIKK, President. failing health. says he has uiariied L'SOiunavvay couples I5vck.--few weeks ago Mr leeoivod his .Mn. W. It. McKoiikiits Tvki:s LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' siinY this time a vear ago. commission from tho governor this week and Mis. W. T. Stephenson went over to IN .,1 1 HOIKS. was a mistake It seems that theie as a mouther of the State Hoard of I'hai- - the Lexington Asylum to see their son, uluiiit tluiiliitii.il tliiit lii'irvMitrn lnii.lt lull- v Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. and went to Louisville Wednesday Dr. K. T who was confined theie, and led in last issue. It did not occur this intu-1'iirnpiLc 'I lie stjckholdors of the Knob l.u.k finding him S.....I,,, bettor ...vv in.hicnight to qualify and meet with tho other ,rs National ItaiiV in THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. vviI, ,wlh. .smi,tu,r wk. Ko..dO:..ll.,.,o. ,,. the wwik , . el Dr CMark to let h.nire.urn vviththoni. members. yw ,,, y ,MUlllrtJI Vllllll! Til lCT.0X.ASS II OUT J.l.NIi L,,,l! .1. s. Hi mi.i:v. foimeily of this conn- - since he has been back he has given ., , f Columbus, O., luit ""'"'TlnMON hwm.k. rWd,t. ho was sU ,., un- ,, T y tv, has just lotuiiied to his hoim in many evidences that (i mu mw m . .. .it ....I.. f ... .. iwo .. ....I... ....till ........ llllil u. ....,..." CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 1888. vvasuingioiicoui.iy, iron, a A.. wccks so...... ....... ....... lit tl... ...,.(...-. ... till. ,,,,,..,, llrlMllI ilMll Chattanooga, was He bought 10' n.croi.s ( mil Orchard people who i'i' n,irrUll Wednesday to Miss Sultana, trip to Now Mexico titjvniDowx. ,eres of land in the si.buibs ol Las Cm- - afraid that ho would do hi.nseli or otl.o.s tl)( n,(y ,7.mi ,,allJ;htl.r , A1M , " IK A XS X'QWjP It'l'll' 'I he annual mts'tiut. of tht- stiakhu dors of tho i U A IX a SiNo, No. 1. ccs and will move t it next fall.-- - Dan-- harm, hoi ill Now land accompanied by ,j.m., ,,', ij,)hlaiiil. N'i." a. ' Stanford .V III N" 0. liup Turnpike Coni.uuy for ihtt No, j. No 7. 5. X.' . ',.. C. C. Carson took him back to tho nsy- Sl'ATION.-sr-Mile Advocate. of a Pixid.-nand lhuril "f llireclurs for Xo. 1 Daily. l'laily Daily lied in tin. Circuit Daily. 1) ..!). Daily Dally lilt eiisuinic iir mii lv !'.. Sun, bun Wednesday, gieatly against his proCHURCH AFFAIRS. .ilia,., in on well-known Hi your scluxil books, ink, tablet, iper, pencils and nchol supplies of all Arms has been appointed h mis from A. It. I'euuy. postmaster at O. K., I.'miuln voiinty, I guarantee all watches and every ar- - sice Valentine I'ou'.dv, HUsiHMided, t leof jewelry I Mill to be just as lepie-- l 11. rcniiv. r nicii. SrM.isii Si its made to order at SIS, Sill, and!'.'), by .lohn II. t'raii.' .t SOMEWHAT PERSONAL Son, witli llrownin, Kiinj A-- Co., New ill witll York. Miss ItoMI ItuiM.s is el iiisumptioii. H'w inn or our enine "ll: .-..ll at Met-- 1 Miss. In. I't:ToN is isitinj; fiieiuN calf.lMoI""l.v llll"1 "'riiii,' tiie nmipositors their now Deerlim Foster'sto lliistouville. fl... Ii,.l,t,.vt un.1 .,,.,. .i..ml.l.. . eai lv to eat h ami lloo. linj,' the bu M11 O. .1. t'utiH has Kono to Maylleld hot steam. I'ortUliatelv it II1K With ,.,11, !i nal biisinissH. happened after we had piintcl enough Tin: riieiis at D.invllledivwiiwnyituile paper-- , fur that night's mail and next Mi s. , xMiis I'imi, of Crab Urchanl, is . a number of our citi.ens yestonlny, who lUIIIIlim; OUT COOll friellil, Maj. l'ott.s . .1 visit to Mrs. .1. O. Carpenter. Miis V. (i. iJi'iisioN and .Miss l.i.lit have a plethora of nothing lMter to do iinswervd our call for help and she was 'm their hands. ninst..n aie uiiosts of Mrs. lopiu. si' ii steamini.' away apiin. M.s, Iov PiiKWiTT, of .lollcrsonvlllo,' llllftl irvf when vou me A I'n.Miisii Ciiimiu Detective Urillin, I . Tate. of Mrs. is the ,1M, l.,,wnIK mt xu. WVt a vt,n. of the Cincinnati southern, arrested (ico. I'm cldur .Mr lhiptey and Miss Maud (1, ()f ,m(Il ,.nr. H rmUxlu Camden in the act of placiic obtru.-tio- ns .Mpli-went to I'n.ksville Wwlm-wlny- . V(1 i)Wj,.v cni HMs 011 the track near Moivland and "VI it tlown Ijt Dimmin, who has been wt r lodged him in jail here Tuesday. The . i u inter, is now able to jo about n Tin: cne of Hill, Alcinn, Welch mid ttle. Sautley against A. M. l'elaiid for fees, ease was milled 011 yesterday afternojii, U o'clock. Ma. . C. I.u kkv, of Kansas City, Is which" was decided in ol l'elaiid by but continued to Saturday at ... A. the Lincoln Ciicuit Court, has been m- - The boy is but IS years of age and bitterfather, II h a visit to his ly denies that he is guilty, claiming that iju key. versed by the Superior ("unit. it is a coiispirai-- to ruin him. Missis, M vrns vxi.S.m.i.ih Dknnv, of . 1. . i'auline' It is stated that Charl.w A. Howard, '..iiranl. anjthoumwts of Miss A M.iiito named Ad Clark was lodged iiimiiiiier of Crab Orchard Sprlnir a few '.rimes. in jail Wednesday, charged with stealing -lummy for j, y.ws ui,o, has fallen heir to n fortune of a suit of clothes at lliistouville. When wi M. ll..i..irtsMisso the death of an aunt at . nils I... went '.'0 miles to s,.e Uie Sells I the olliccrs attempted to handout!" him to I .. nIXV..I, I.'....l... III Dill t'.llllllKI, IIIMI ..III II1IL' !.. .. I l.r.w bring him heie he fought like a tiger davs to claim it. , I lii. i Mils. Aviiituw SranoiiNt, of j aim ine assistani-- 01 several men nan .0 ii..pMiisvi.1e,aniveuon a v.si. ... o.s .lackn.an, daimhterof be had before the bracelets adorned bis ,;U Ni:w lot of everything in the sprim? A. H. Hoods line just icceiveilat S. II. Shanks'. Call in and examine them. .luA. 1 .. .1 ' ,,.,!.. ..0 J "m' Ax IntiTUHtiiiK letter from Mr. Koboit ' ,r "'" ' AILI lL"' r' l Davin, crowded out of this issue, will T, t..r,..i it T..r..n.... i,,lll appear in our next. It is from the Cum- - : .... ilii!u berland Valley and is do.scriptiNe of that t1l,,lt to ,jM. tIl. bfM,v of rich country In mineral resources. col, has been lodged in the penitenti . ... l'....i.. ... v t i .. ' i" ii-"" It'll business manager has liecolue MM, fniud the jjoveriiment. oxpeit a bicycle rider that he spins .'ttl or 10 miles a day with ease, around It is customary for all our peojile to rcizistcnng new subscribers and nikini in the ducats riulit and left. Kd'sahum turn out when a circus comes to town. iner fiom away back in lliiminersville. H is also customary for all who have ev- t.r trKM Uanter'b chicken cholera cure to Tin: SiKnaI Service sent out a dispatch recommend it to their neighbors. It is Monday niiiht announcini,' the ,ouiiiiKl W)i,j on the plan of "iioetire no puv" by by Vediiesday nioinini; of a cold wave, i;McKoberts Stavj,'. t which would cause the temperature to fall 20 or more, and it came promptly on .KV AIlVKItTISEJIKXTS. time. The moiciirv went down to 10 and but for the clouds a frost would have played havoc witll the vegetable. .,.. .. I .. SPRING OPENING! WALL ,i. ,,,, ,.,.,,t,.. f. yrvb-uWt- ,. PAPER ANQ OEGORATfOKS )s" :ii.iiiiiiii'iviiifiiitiiiviiitikiiii "' "".ii rroni 10010 150 .nerrciu cniMprr tiuncver nelorc known 111 tc.itril Kciitu kv Winilmv Sh ulei ti . V. ,ult nil combination nf Wall Paper I. truest Htork tii select fro n at OIIJ'I IMrlurs Dnn- vlllr, Ky l'.iintu, OiN, VarnWhci anil I'alntcr.' Suppllci, Window (.last, etc PIANOS AND OltCJANS A;cnt for John Chinli .V Co s Mitsli.il l r li.imlUi. ... A. E. GIBBOJSrS, D&Nrirr&TE, KV. i IDK,TJC3-(3-IS- A0 - ira JLfeLO T AN JX MMX .l 1 . . &c CTJ&rvrJZZlSEl-EZj- iowirxrr ( 0i A CASH BASIS. DRUGS- books, stationery, WvNTi:..-Allfaimers.to- 1 si-- 1 -- ' iiiii.-liini- j ' ut . ..i't ,, Having d.ter.n.ni.l to duni-- my mo,e .,fi,s.-i wm poMi.vui Ph,'l lanpres riptniis ,c ur..t(Ij i impntin''eil. "'fl-- " "KT. on credit, Lninvinj; u t le heat for and believinj; ittohcforinvcuntonier I .... i. ' I. .. U..II l.tt.. L..... - f...l Uu, by ;eih .Vuchiione.an i t7un.."S same low tah prac Yu w.u picc taii andKft"..r ash pricti htfore liuinu elsewhere THE LARGEST STOCK OF YATCHES, No man can sell oa KO'Hlsun turn- a ..w a fnr I ..ish lAVII.s "urs re.pec IfulU. N II- .- VII s CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. o iiik please .all and etile, ,n I inn-- i l.ase .1, if i .nipi'kd t'i '.Hei t lav , VV JAMI-s,I '"V Tver brought to this market. Prn.e loer tlij.i ' t r.ci Or hard, K Wat hes, Clo, ks and Jcuclr) Kn. paired on shnrt noli, e and warranted. ielf "" FANCY ARTICLES, &C. in, e 1 ... "' - V per-on- i tielivt ,, w)W ORlPPWeSPBllieS'BUGGIES, Season Opens Saturday, s' -- WithA CRAND CARRIAGES A.nlswnfi.MM .t.as ciuuiabiug uvc. ! I fa.r Surreys, Phaetons, BuckbDards, Road Carts and Spring1 Wagons, f ri viic Vlfto4- . ... ' -- ucji lltl(iniilmntif ssm lsrsrs it.am Vi rs A uooui mucin wc uitvc cici uciu, I ' PIC NIC AND BANQUET I ,,r,iii- .sl.'M'l.y 1 - - in-n . S. Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better .5000 grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the JO iej I ou la, trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. Mt 50 for r.i.kce...u'. per weei. .. 5 00 how- lie "Nidirf. unti i riiuins rmiVlti. slil t J u, You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. as he llor kept hj the week for $ o 00 tkk.ms ok lioVKK pcr week VVku ,fr,Mo?lh 10 persons, per Hii.k r way, uu.yi or Per ($ daji or more) 1 3o I L at-- C D. 11 - ,. ,. WE.REN MAN'G'H. 1 m;sr ..1. ,,:,,. .., , ,,,, ri.,r. ' ., ,,,, ... I I FURNITURE STORE f M(A1''K "VX'i A lR(M ' . 1 1 .- appiti-atiii- 1 I -- 11 two-week- s' eourt-hoiis- Turnpike Election. VVun-'s - ,, ... .1 ""' fa ". 1111 siiiiv-.-- s - 1, 1 1. ' I ... , Turnpike Election. .' , VI M - . - - k 1 ';""' 111 111) - "." Turnpike Election. : I ,..- ,, QUEEN AND CRESCENT BOUTE. I I 1 1 Prt-si- . - , iok j Turnpike Election. ' - ' tcVZiM I 1 I I a . - ,.,, Turnpike Election. - " 1 I . t o i in 641 p Vrv 10 2 .1 in 817am oipni 801pm 7 51 a l.'ve .Cincinnati .. VV.UMawtoH'n .. I.'ic f (ii.ii, , : j 9 5' " J 17 P'" ijim i, Mii.s a. t ii....e. r. rcviviiiiii t5l'l.-- . 10 59 a m 7 vi p in 10 J7 p m mi 4 o it m ,., lieursetuw... . i 7 j Tin: trial of Wallace Carpenter for the ,)r, is progressing lavorahly and iiuin-- , .LekintTiOo. ... I.ijopm r js pni.u uj pm 10 15 a i .! (tjim j a;av' at 4 ...in land's. Atcholimvillc. S0111- -' 1. jk pin 8 02 pm 11 it jiat Hill Ml murder of his father, was railed at i.rs have nrofesse.l religion. . 11 1 w i m 4 a a nt Juactioa City . iijpm 9 10 jmi i3 1 m 11 JS a m Tuesday and both sides annouiic ... ..feomerMt , .. Keys. John Hell (Jibson and J. i. 1 M Wvi.i. p.vPiU'. .I'iLlTvU, s;c, at Owisluyjvi-so- t oj a IH I a p m tea i hi..- nIn OakslaU . , v "" i1 ." 1. ii a 01 650pm, pat, j jijawi 113 .v. Ciaig's. ing conditionally leady a iKiuel ol jurors Livingston will FK'gin a protrailed nns-t-- ' Vr'y,..Chli Jttouan . I'm 7 i p in ;n . .. a in 4 ' nf On- sunt'ird j llustoiiv. le Kioopm !.' klm 'I'll ! V. ...,.,,.!, ,.,,1 ,,a ... ,,,,,. 1; ing ,u . p ou pin l.'ve.. ChiUtuionga. . ........ i jut ill illinmsbuiv Monday night, it h. !Ti..iipikf K.,d c.mii. . 1...1I their ..h..TZT.t f.... .....I Cull ..,' was obtained and v ... A twin .. ,vr . ..IliritiMiiti-u- . . . .. 11i ;i ni i;.o. lop n. 'I"1,,i,", p " "I"1 10 i. 4 .1 !' m j 00 p 11J 4' ? w l.'e Tusi.il.isa.. l,"ti;m ft a ........ -- ...,.., thesole p. ,M. . anil Key. Hughes, Will . for .st.sm.irdsy u. M, nw atsju-cwkI ut the Chi istiau chuivh next Sunday pm i in ............ J,...... 11 is pra' i u.l m Ar'v .Mrrdiao - a ,n Ar' I p n CASH, i u ilrJa..- - . ,. ' . .. . sl.fjam 9 J lie vi rii'i'i. spring hills and bonnets at Williams would not be prusont, the dt Mr. (iibson, who will preach at Nicho-- 1 t ' s 10 . '.. I 'vr. pn. Vlr.i'n .. .. . . pm fense prodiiced'tlie proper allidavit and lasyille on that day. J it J..111 m l.'se . ., Courts iv: Cox's. ',.,...,.. 1.. . ... iiif p.. '.e v i hij 'ii II. 'it'.. ..Mounts The (ieneral Conference of the r"iV",.T.r" of Sny lor' Iriectired a coiitiuiiauiv,, after tlie com- m . . . . Hoisi: for ivnt on the 10th r. , ijp'i r' .shrc 111111 Methodist Chun-York- , S.IIHII IM1 " small family. Dr. J. I'. lVylon. i, in.', ms . 11. I'rilll Sh oleiven Oik'l.l' II "5, could be proved by those witnesses. A has decline. to admit us delegates of the tockiioiiUr af iti TlM ,mia mcuim M. ; luniy ot. .Mill sui.se-pleine'lurnrille, .MeKiuiifyit KkhrSK' Store I urniUkp Chati in.i l va ... 4 luir-- P '.lee,i-.-...i ..r us it Oikd.il- i a w,....i'.,l WOlllull 01eitv.il 10 tll.ll notjj, to,uU.0 tt. ,eu,id riday's sup-- 1 motion tor nan was eniereo, 0111 Wi: send out our iisiuil ; .Mi. 'l l' nr. .Mai.u it. l"ir "s withdrawn and the (use set by amongthiMii Miss Fiiinees Willard, thei l.w, outli.iiirtSaturdnyiu .May. .an, mo ,. it 11 I I II It W JOHN'c. OAl'l.T, liineni .MiMtr, witli this issue. Tlio tim! Hoard ...... tho n oniiiii s Chiistian 'e empei- - fr .,.. purpose of tlrctiliiia v.wr for a special term on the It It heiul K. CAIIKOI.I.. lierHr.il fr,h,.eii...mc and other f tionof "CnderaCloud" Str-'- t. ( ' lutiili. Ohi. II i .1 i,, WcFourth lie.irr il OTi e. st. Piul JJ M.xixvn.iw,,,, . Monday in June. mice I'nion, teresthiK matter will bo found in it. LOCAL LORE. tUst. I'i vn'is of all kiijds at 0, J. v ...... 11 i.r-vs- , l !...-...- Clerls. May i88 the 1st Siturd.i hi Mm.f.irJ at - n't ock P M J K. l.VNN, ProMdcnt. . 111 . i ' Turnpike Ejection. d.-i- s , , 1M 1 1.1 ' 4 - in in in mii m , p n , . . ,, ,n in i 1 .. "rTi ! wA-,'mnwvmvltit& , 111 1 1 111 (. . Pie-ide- I ....,.-.....,- Turnpike Election. . I .1 11 1 lk A - -- l- - ut ' t . .... 1 ' i -i S Al. "V in i ! life a iKWft fc Hta )i.,i. .... p .) "- fWHW hm jwl. .yM'-s..--i- f 3 Semi-Week- ly V Interior Journal success to nil of our missions more signally than the faith of His people anticipated. The work must and will go forward. The command of our risen Lord i,in "tin tin. irrmtll'I III CVCrV CR'a- ture." He presumes niton the wisdom of the cliurclies in exercising ommary intogether in the telligence in use of such agencies as will enable them, in the most elllcient manner, to obey in conveiting the world to His Christ. Our missionary conveiitionsand b)ards are but the legitimate work of the Church to save immortal souls for w horn Christ has died. These missionary agencies are but the means employed by the Church to obey the Savior's command. In what do they consist? The Foreign, doa them. So separation becomes inevitable. Hut as we are' a lover of good music we will consider briefly the second main ,,..,.uil.,.. uiiniii In tlm ili.:iiiiiMi i j i u .11 mil lis tivjtwt(tt. r 'v,tfW v l; DR. KENDRICK'S DISCOURSE. iiiiilur 'aKiaiiit. i 1 General and StateSocieties; the Woman's Foreign and Home Missionary Society; the Church Kxteiision Fund, with their various auxiliaries, Also district ami county organizations. The Foreign Hoard IN'TKKI.l'llK. has in its employ about .0 missionaries. In order to hear Hro. Kendrick preach The General Hoard has quite a strong once more in this life, we excused our foice. The Hoard of Kentucky Missions das of young men from reciting thereg strong men in the Held, to has about lesson and rode out to McCormack's say nothing of the other State. Hosides ular l Meeting-Hotisn clmr- o we have an Education Society in Kenwe dkip- nor weiv tucky, wit b about $.T,000 safely invested, uteristie discourse, was a repro of which can only be ex- pointed. Substantially it the interest duction of the one that has called forth pended in the education of worthy and this reply, only the main points were pious young men for the ministry. As approached from a different angle. As I the legitimate fruits of these several took no notes, the following points are agencies we have near -- 00 young men atstated from memory: tending our various institutions of learn- I. ihe hegmning ot clinsttanity was ing, in order to qualify themselves for humble, yet it was perfect; as the Church Dr. Kendrick's the g.wpel ministry. multiplied in numbers and increased in sermon is a blow, as strong as bo could wealth it became corrupt in the same make it. at the interest and success of proportion. all these agencies for the spread of the 'J. hach successive reformation was Ktimirmtinni Mf bnil title mde itcult IIHI'I.Y I'OSrl IIIIMI. Ant gopi?l. He seek the demolition of all lll'll REPLY. fnr inmrial l'e coiiinieuced in humility and weakness, n. Ketlllrick makes the implied wl,. tr4U uf tlml.er, riul jnl Jn' MMKt Utiilt coran.1 Information turrmheUnn Ill one paper these ipu'stions cannot of the societies as so many "barnacles" but in purity. F.aeh one of these aposta ,u tf wiimed be argued, hence we will only indicate upon the Church as a condition of fratei-- 1 tized in proportion as they increased in charge in his published sermon that the '"i"1'"" use of the organ incurs "all the guilt Louisville mil fellowship, and charitably gives the line of our defense, throw out our numbers ami wealth. I that attaches to the w ord of ( iod." That To Nashville, warning of the descent of all "the plagues colors to the breeze, tire a shell in the Our own reformation had followed in .charges should be endorsed direction of the enemy and let him know written in th Hible upon the heads of the broad way of all the rest. This ref- - such serious Memphis, )V tK. vMffrii ,lf ,u, 1ow ,( cjum.h( ,v TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. our whereabouts, and that we propose to such as hold on to these 'barnacles!'" ormatiou had abandoned its original' ,,'requcst Atlanta, from them, for the publication hold tho ground we occupy until rightly We have nothing but love toward Dr. ground in the following particulars: entty e.iupprJ a fine Kl!er .Mill in . Montgomery, s,.rm,, I1(ior u.view, almost stag- - theKa.injic of e defy anr Mill tn town nr.stinf.ird that dispossessed. Dr. Kendrick makes the Kendrick, but we can never, no,utver, luality "f It ur. e think Ihe (itiien. ol ear wrs our ciei llllliy. VI i. pill till iiuitii.ii not now I. liievitiil contemi Little Rock, yield to hi terms of union. ,h,c..imty.h..uld ha.e county i.ride rnoueh to following issue: lu'stly for tne taitli once ueiivereii to tne directlv to them. I Mil tllCV IIKlke sllCll and ulain the umt We ih tu Mobile and New Orleans. 1. "Tho Church is God's only missionThrough the several missionary agen- saillts. mi) niern tnai we are in the reniiesl? .. not. Ifli.f will isnnil tin. market to buy ) our wheat and corn and will al ........... It ...., ..... ..... ........ .... iormnomii ., ., .. ... ary society. Do we need another? Can cies eiinumer.ited, hundreds of converts ., ,. ... Onlj unethaiiit lei pnt!in nen.Kl otuer .,...organ lauioil mail see wlv, Bive ,he hiuhol mrlrt urive fur wme. We I. . ci. ...... i. ...i.:..i. i :,..., ,,..!.. ...:. we do it without having 'the plagues hive b.'cn brought into the church antl ev i id so without mature reflection. ' , & written therein added' to us?" This nually; nor have the. prospects ever been sloliarv SOCICtV. person , , it lannot he equalled h) an- other Mill ... ... , ;. lliey Will Wllinir.lW SUCH eililorseineni. inthi. ticmity We olint a irul in odr ilour and statement involves the following points: so hopeful as at th present- time. .!. I he Churches Were employing pas- meal depa.tmeut ..,.., All ha.nKr.,.n m our line .f Uie Hut nuke stuli still for Mle , , tht Mllly Churches are h jiit.; planted in the cities 1. Kvery effort the Church may hrte OMf inisi.,ii.Pi... il... 'n'" elders.' l EMIGRANTS f''""" M ... .h.. .n ir the endorse the charge implied in the dis-';,' put forth to eon veit the world to of Asia Minor, made famous by the misfor ame. college- ami thlp.tutT alwayt I. MailV of these Were "voting llran l'lpn.e course, they ought to wash their hands m noci the tine w rorrs. SerVlBj home, en Special of ihit rtud UI receive Christ must be done by an individual sionary labors of Paul and other Apos- bred rale. Su''' "'"'""' """" ""' of all ronm-rtiowith a bode of oeotile ' '" lf sCe asetui ol thl. Company for rate, rout.. " congregation, and by its ciders, deacons tles of our L ird. Hutu of worship are o. The churches were paving them def- JS Ac or nte to - known a the Christian thiircb, so corC. I'.Af.MOItH G. f. Ik T. A and members as a scripturally organized now bjing erected there and the "same inite salarie Thev were hirelings, in their profession and doomed to Q LanltWHe. K congregation and in no other way. old story of Jesus and His love" pro- preaching wherever they could procure rupt o eternal banishment from God. o '. Tiiat no other arrangements must in claimed and thoscdead in sin are being the largest Mlarv. As the expression p. en any way be adopted than exists in each made alive, and where the people were "young college-brepator" pronoune- Thirteen Salvation Annv soldiers' congregation, for the spread ofthe gospel J hitting in moral (hrknes-- there, now a ed with a fhtteiied accent of withering ' were lined and jailed at Chicago for P in this and all other lands. gaat light ha risen upon them. On the fell from his lip in burning re- - railing and singing on the streets against .lerusji- - buke for daring to receive a salary for the ordinance. :l. To emjiloy any other means than return trip of Hro. Krrett from p "111,11.: IrltASS ICOl'TJU. 3 belongs to the organization and woik of lem, he called at one of our mission sta- their labor, the affectionate language of e ft e ich congregition, is to incur the guilt tions in Asia Minor to see the niNhiona-rie- s the Apostle Haul to young Timothy rose P. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE .Stanford female College. and their convert. Auiong.tbe lat- up in my iniiiil: "Let no man despise tint wilt bring down sill "the plagues P a l r it I the Hible) to bo added" written therein ter was an aged woman, whose language thy youth, but be thou an example of e-CENTRAL KENTUCKY I'rcf I'axlon haiK re.ined, the Truitee.of to all such apostates as dare to be guilty Hro. Krrett could not understand, so it the believer;" "meditate upon these p of such .sin!! is absolutism and was only through an interpreter that he thing"; give thyself wholly to them," Manfard Kemale College deire to employ a I'rinI ait I' ..nt ra --i the extremest sectarianism in their le- oiiltl speak to them. When bidding that thy profit may appear to all." The cipal fur the Institution Addrest at Stanford, ) J. M It KM , Co gitimate c.uhnin ition. Were not the tiK) II. WKAKKN. Cm'lrc them farewell, the aged woman took him contrat wa painfully vivid. Then came o J J W. AI.COKX, ess of tho Kowluiid church overcome by tlu baud and turning her eyes up- a terrilie attack upon the use of the ormut-wm- . o tf by a gush of emotion occasioned inno- ward, she pointed her bony finger to- gan, as n flagrant departure from the orrtFAST LINK MET WE EN NEW IIL'TCIIER SHOP. cently by the visit of Dr. Kendrick to ward heaven, signifying, though I can iginal purpose of the reformation, a a " 0 LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. his "Old Kentucky Home," when they see you no more on earth, I hope to meet a practice condemned by the won! of p 1 ' i."vr opii..d bm. m ii... at requested the publication of that ser- you up there. Hut Dr. Kendrick stig- God. As if to foice conviction sure and p l s tlif and un in fnrni.il . , mon? How easily the flesh yield! Do matizes the agencies by which this bless- lasting upon the minus of the members, the pub a nii 0 kuid.ui muii, ii.li ami M.l!r.!l t.r.I.VI.m.Cl Nl, i.i. iWr c en . .. .. , i I i l .. i'i cumin .t hi wHwm they beliove our missionaries in Turkey, ed work is accomplished as "barnacles" i iiitii.iutrii iniiii uir .....:.:.. cs to my ninnies in .ii.- - in- riinmii ni) wao'H p. India, Japan, China and in the home upon the Church, and demands these antler Campbell was made that its use tomtTt in M.n.ioM aim vii unit M N N't. tf r KI.KIN X n t, , a South Hound Held, that have been sent out and are agencies shall all be abandoned for the iu tht worship was incongruous i: sm . being sustained by our missionary boards sake of peace or intimates the "plagues" "cow bell in a concert." Of course this Iii!!lJ': su. j ii mi t.Tr i i mm l.v Cukk'.M . r am 6 J (i Hi r p ,,, tn are ineuring the wrath of (.iod, and will will be poured out upon somebody! How happy fling from such a source was rel.i e KalMouth.... e 01 m ill u I. ve Cynthia na & oj 1 u It Ii I' "'' jo p r. experience "the plagues written in the can he consistently require the removal lied upon to make the effoit tell upon Arr Tan. It (0 ni,ia JJiblo to bo added" to them? -- If they do t these "barnacles" until he can demon the audience. Due new stragctic Arr ).in;ttMi ... 11 jo Pw It j I' mi i IS p m UEALKKS s I' in, 10 n 3 I.ve Pari. ."."..." It je h ml9is p m HoVrn ' not.thoy owo it to tlieirown consciences j strate some better plan? What mission oil" the force of was made to waitl p . Arr to withdraw their public endorsement of work lias he nnd those who agree with the continued Use of the organ iu the Arr ItichmatHl .. kOWI. VM. KV. Air l.anra.ler.. H j the sermon, and if they do, they ought him undertaken in foreign land.s?IIow worship of God as set forth iu the Old o tl. p m Arr Stanford ... KichinemT... not to claim connection with u people in many missionaries have they in China, Testament. It reminded me of some of l.lotluns, Mat., ,V,e''l:K'lC M"'i':'"J,.l,01' I.e S P i"1 ' I (inodt, Arr lltrea .!., ' P "I, solved in such guilt and hastening to in India, in Japan, in Holland, in Tur- lro. I Unit's MMllllUg retlUKes OI .ion, ..uiiun .mu r.imii) urtxerie. rtlw dealer In Arr I.etinKlofi.... taken in fur Mich n doom! Has tho 'congregation in key, in Knglajid? How much money do Jacob and others, for their unjust views loal Coin.tr prod u tri' e tomeirhaiie. ni k,oIbi hucht-.- maikrt one. Vo. t. Notth'llovth. all, and leurn th advantage in tride NX '.Downey City, Cul., oliicially sent Dr. they aunuaily contribute to missionary of Goil and His providence, it was sta.o 5 Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. Kendrick on a mission to Kentucky? work? What are they doing? What ted that David introduced the use of the I.xi t.itiugttoti.. S 111 n I.e llerea Does he bear such credentials? Is he be- have they ever done? What do they organ in the worship without any au10 15 a in Arr K11 hinond .. l a ing sustained in hi mission by his own propose to do? thority and that there was no evidence I.e Stmfnrd ... I. c l.am afttcr church in Downey City, Cul..' 10 My own observation covers a pctiod that the Lord ever sanctioned it. There i rr KichiHOnd... 01 am.. & a iti If the individual congregation is "God'h of about 40 years, and that leads mc to now! Away goes the divinely inspiud i.ve k:.hobU.... I i wi ( ,j am Arr incbe.ier uuajjill.l. jnly missionary society," and all work despair of them ever doing or undertuk hymn-hooof Israel, as an innovation u ' .. 5c:::; PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS- perforiii'.'d by any otheragency, is sub-- ing to do anything worthy of thcChurch and corruption of the worship! The book is in old anil tliorouuliti r ll.iriatm "r3"! 41st cir with e J;,i " l a' j h,5oo,(mmi the doer to all "the plagues writ- - of G.id in converting tho world to Christ. of l'.sihm, that expresses tho inner de- iiinip.iii), tmii in .Hid $i,sihi,omi U'ius ltk ritlca nrv an ten in the Hible," Dr. Kendrick would ()ue thing can be relh-- upon with very sires an I aspirations, the spiritu il long- low at. in old and rcli.tlilc conip.iin. tvlth dm- ' !. ralmiMiirt .. 4 Ii p m is 01 a ml e jn J, m dt'iida unsurp.iv.eil it m reputation for fair dealing To WushlnKton, Richmond and not dare preach except as required by! great certainty: Dr. will nev-hi-s ings and heavenly raptures that haw m l.y none and pliins to unit Would cull the Is not Dr. Ken-- ' er cease to eompl tin and antagonize the gemmed the hope of God's children new uiidiiwtneiit, .ttliMiiiuii of lmaiiiei. mull tn It. own congregation! Old Point Comfort. iii'iiiinulatvd Minilu. and ii per' i VnTv'"" "ra",-',- v- le- l'ri at thick's visit to Keiiluckv of his own Church iu its oalv ellbrts to with bright, visions ol their heavenly rent ipi.ir.intecil liotul. plan nf pollctca "O'vVonien nidired on the name rule .iw inun. ' it mi, is his prcachiiu uiuloi evangeliz th-- ' world. He is among the home in all agos, this sacred book, rec choosing.' JOHN K. KAUI.KNEII. d Jin District. for Kentucky. of "God's missionary aocie iirqt preachers of the Christian ('hutch ogniing the ue of the organ upon even To Loulsvilo nnd Oinolinnati. ----'swith any interest. His page, must ht comlommtil Us "corrupt ty?" It is trite this a I hum!-- lever hear Connection direit fur ..'I p. int. in the THE FLORENCE preaching was always marked for men- anil a.sslL'iiL'd to tin1 dark list nr IkkiIcs hi business, of itself, is no real argui rriv Van. 8 i'.,.n,"'v.e, 8':e,i"'n." le.it tt Cutinglon I NG M ACH IN E WEST ment, yet it is eminently suggestive and tal vigor and a magnetizing sympathy, 'ili.salloivtvl of niiMi," NORTH - WEST AND 6r.am,arrue.c;',.,;,inM8V!:An;.eto. 1" ni ' but so saturated with has its place. and nnd precious. " How iiiurli inori of tin . SOUTH-WESiaii. r.xcni'rsuNDAV :. Dr. Kendrick's position demands often over trivial matters, as to render it, (Jill Tl'.stlllllfllt lllllHt go to tin- - sumo NOt'K. Traiim 3 and are dailf hciur.r, vin liaic lioiiiht tlie rirflit to ell the Klurenre che.ter, l..,nKiu and C.nci.ma.I; wh Waitiinj; Machine and am now prepared tnfiirnith lit it our Foreign, General,. 'state, District to my own soul, well nigh unprofitable. plnw and for llic saiiio K'a.soii, uoil " all who mav with to jive their clothe, from the Ham. are dail except Siindai. Direct coniieMini. ik m..i. .. ...1.. No. 4. and County missionary organizations In this respect he is as nearly the same not inforiui'il. ISut ninrij tltoiiistiiiiiu'iit riihhini; and tcarmi; incident to the old procc of No.i h , ... try it ll.il.. Clle.aneAe - fl ..A i'"y, 'I ." in lonilnccil. .....v .... ..... J '.. AbM. J shall all disband, recall all of our mis- yesterday, and forever as any livr w.is itsi-- to aid tin-- voice in iraising the w.nliini;. lake one ami nu) in"; and j you arc Till i il not worry '"ti anout nnle. ' H nati.fled a. ti It. merit.. AM I.I.N No.. sionaries from foreign and home fields, ing man ever wa. I indulged the hope, (Jod of Iwracl, lon' cuntiirii'M licforo Da- ly The iinderiined have pnrchatcd the Sj.n.ehSi Lie l.ounville.. 7 P ni 6 30 a in Icr. Solid train, w,,h I'ullma'n h 2..d each one return home and his with some misgivings, that his visit to vid was liiim, nnd hofoiv the law of Mn- - W'afhini; nine hitic and after a thoroiijh Irial, we Arr I.emiiKtnn. to 35 p unit 30 a in leen Cincinnati and Kichmsnd, Va.. and V.o . " che.terand Vahinmon. to am tine litilphur lake incasurc in auiiuij our le.iimouy it. worm. home congregation and do nothing unless Kentucky would be enjoyable to him- K'r) had CVcr bcoil J,'l VCII, . C have K'aVC and without liedtatiou proamunce it ain Micce.. in - v.narioiiviiie npruiK.a 5 10 p mm3 40 a m . ' iiruuun iiiketn nntl baeaze cherl.l Ml unci' ...... " Kichmond..., p in j jo p m ue.tuialion liy a railroad ' that body, a "God's only missionary self and profitable to all the churches feu n for the fate of the entire ( )ld 'IVhtii- - ev"y particular, doi.u all .that I. claimed fr it. ' 9 lor full particular addren any aacnt of ihe , m DaiiKlterty, J Wallace, Dr. lUiirue, " Newport Nev to 3$ a in 6 35 p m f Did l'oint Conilort. society," shall command him and sus- that he could visit, and I felt anxious to llieilt. Mils! lllas! Certain It In that It Mr S V Salter, A.C. Sine. Hill I'crkin., I.ewt. '" I f" !: 2 A.: KKKI.KV. .!! "' i s. F. II. morsk . . Norfolk lUwVcie ,!r' tain him in the doing! All of this to be aid, if possible, in the accomplishment of was used by Inrael in Milium WaihinKtott... 9 40 ni o J3 p m Lexington. Ky. ' c- cIlaltimore ....,, Camden, Mi 'S P u as p m done in the interests of the primitive so desirable a result. I'ntil Dr. Ken- the iiroiiheteMS and ulster of .Mo.se.s, lmtl r.. Harrow, Kic,AMu",t and manySun Kaine., K. tilivrivr lOS. Oencral olnBlon, Ky. l'hlladelphia Mimi,.. oilier. r .0 am no a m 11 tu tin list- iiinn-- i iin; iitsjunt i New Vorl..,.. gospel and peace and brotherly love! drick can demonstrate some more script- hoi icHtiiieit 10 1 ni 6 10 a m M.K. KI.KI.V. QonOfflcos, Covington, Kontuolcy. Headitnrlcr at S, "i Mjcr.- more. Does the primitive gospel lequire it? So, ural and practical plan of converting the tion of that marvellous deliverance at never! My conscience would convict mo world to Christ than the agencies now theKi'd Sea. Wonder if that jubilant hou Lexington Dili. ion Train, run hy Central ti me Tho 13U YEItS' OUIDE li Main l.ineTraint eait of Huntington run liy Kast of sin were I to consent to such a work. employed by the Church, ho might as of triunijili, accompanied by the sweet em time, which It one hour fatter than Central isauod March and Bopt., If thero be those who cannot live in well suppress his bellicose proclivities chords from the instrument, was u "cortime, caoh year. It 1b nn ones ADDIIIONAI. TKAlNS--.Vo11, daily ex. olopedla of unoful peao and fellowship with the Church iu and allow the sun of his busy life to go ruption of the worship!" Wonder if it a in; Ml. cept Sunday, Icate Olite Hill immo on a puokngo of for all who pur- ja ito efforts to convert the world by or- down in poacu with all his brethren. wounded the jood feelinys of any of the 00 anr,amve Lexington 833 a m; arrive at j gunrantoa of oxceller.co coy'z: tne luxurlos or tne Cincinnati via Winchc.lcr 11 jsa in. ganized effort, wo see nothing better Can Hro. Kendrick place his linger upon brethren! Wonder if any left the urniy necoBsitios of llfo. We No 11, daily except Sunday, leae Cincinnati olotho you and furnish you with loop m; I.exinRlnn 3 j; p m; arrive Ml. Sterling than for them to withdraw and cease to one green spot upon all of this broad of Israel ami wandered oil' into the wil- - can tho necessary and unnooessary all 7 n p m; Olive Hill 9 Jo p m No. 5, daily, leave Clifton Force at 7 ro a m; disturb those who have a mind to work earth that has been kejit Hjiiritually yreeu derness because they could not consci appllaucos to ride, walk, dance, sleep, Charleston 11 30 p arrite Athfand 5 40 p in; rk ?. , ,?1.UI!' ana iiourihtuii!' uy tus 5 and not Miller these "barnacles upon war up- e.itiously tolerate such impure worship, !!:,. COFFEE Is kopt In all Colnmbui 17 p in. tir.olasi No. 6, daily leave Athland 7 to a m; arrive at storos trom tho to vox their righteous souls from on missionary societiea? Has it not been and journeyed no longer with their stylos and quantities. Just figure out Atlantic to tho 7 30 p m. inarlciton 1,11 a m; union t0 do a11 the0 th'n! 1'iillnian Sleeping Cart on all through train. day to day. Our missionary work is en- a constant source of worry to himself brethren towards the promised bind ! II JJ1hui2TrPS1uJred Old Dominion Stcamihipt leave Norlork on larging every year; the churches areuni-tiugi- n nml a positive evil to his brethren? Can aecortl to Hro. Heudrlck m nufch o( sin-- l Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sattir- u.iy iiiu jni lur new IUI.i cerity bh I claiiu for nivself,t.but beliove' GUIDE, whloh will be sent upon the work more geneially anil not Hro. Kendrick cnnscienciotisly For Tickets, Kates, Information, etc., apply at Ib novor good when oxposod to tho nlr. more liberally each successive year. The our missionary boards".' If him to be, upon this mieH.ion, blinded ticket oitice or auilre.s MONTGOMERYARD ACQ H. W FULLER, W. C. WICKHAM, Alwayal)nythhibn.nlliih.rmotloally Vet, after all, Lord has opened up the lieldn and giu-- not. we could not aban- - by lifelong preJiLllw. Cien'l I'ass'r Ajt. Receiver. Avenue w.lodONE POUND PAOKAOES. two-edge- L Wlllams. We have iii'vr heard one syllable to the eluiVtian eharaeter of Dr. Kendrick .luring the tony; period of his active ministry, lie has positive and very strong conviction, lie is anil has nlways been, w a minister, a man of war; never knew a fear nor suffered a defeat. Jlv his hands our own body was buried with Christ, in the holy ordinance of baptism. liy nature, his brain force is immense; by constant culture, as brilliant iw polished steel and ns sharp as a sword. Like all other great reformers, in politics or religion, he has ever been the unconscious victim of absolutism, which accounts for his extremely sectarian views anil feelings tip. on the pjints involv.'l in his discourse. More persons were brought into the ohutvh in the early part of his ministry, than by tli it of any otli r on man that ever preached in the county. Indeed, at that time the whole county was ripe for the harvest and well did he reap it. With the first part of his discourse we . have no criticism to offer, but heartily approve it; nor would hv writ.' one line of reply, except through a conscientious conviction of dutv, to show the unscript- unreasonableness of some of his main pjints. The burden of his discourse is war to the death upon mis- of theorgan sionary societies and the in worship. in aid af the Reviowed by Elder W. d e song-service ) hat we liave to say upon tins ques-tion will be bilef, for the reason that the question is about settled. Few now care, to read an argument pio or con upon the subject. The churches intend to take tne question out oi me nanus oi impreachers and s. ttle it themselves .,..,,... those whose gifjs impose the obligation of conducting tlie singing in the I'onjjro- git Kill A few preachers, however pro- noun ced their mental acumen, can iui no longer dictate the policy of the churches upon this question. They intend to exercise the right of private judgment. Hut we pause until after the Iird's day .) '() e. tuitii-iiMti-i- j this new maneuvre is about us good a move as can be made; for if it be granted ' RAWSEY'S MEAT SHOP. that the organ was used by Israel with tFrVfcjix-MAaaP&iVJtW divine approval, us we know it was, no iitniiiiriioiiuiit i. M I. tcilc hikI lilurk . rArr..: will mine ulinu- it i.ihv mill irnlril llic cellar lie occupied, limiunittf i.f 111,111 ...it. ,. ... Ut'inrmticr 'LVl.'"l''ii"twt'"' yinctorit .IQ' inn i mere uir tie uroriii wim inv meat in " not now be used with equal proprietv tiicplirt', under WmAndalc stoic mom r iii.ir.n.ii " ' nmili. Tin. sciitniiLMiil (J reek into' 5" MALL whMx Hebivw of th- Old Testament - I. nu ll...h - ww translated, is the Mine dialect in wiich the New Testament (5 reek was LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI PURCHASING AGENT, written. The same Greek word, junllu, flail), Semre. to Ir.ii.l.i-- , i..,,jiU.s to sing Hotol Emory, ,j,at tu,IV in ,u. - - Cincinnati, O. t in cdiincction with the instrument, Would thiiikfulU solicit intr patronage hi pur- THE MOST RAPID ROUTE throng the New Testament cIi.hIuk i..r people .mt.i.ie ..( tf.o cm, in nv im No,'"n ' . 11IM, 5ll ,ilt. NIMll. thl. Nl.w Tw. :;l;l,nl!,?,c(;,Hit,,;H1"i,,cr, attempt' Wntai'njt ittfitn .na Mourning (toJ u tpccUlletrn tlie crrat tnminerki. tauit'iit, when n statement is made ex citie. nn the ( lino Kit cr ttid and hen. the f.nte.t mnr and mmt lumfurUlif train be piessive of thespeeifie act done, a word .hupping or iKiu cciiiK" licit n femur hhhi tween all pnint.ln the Soiitli. or la tlie Writ an. ' Chararcjin4W leUphonrw fonlwnv oimilnviil that convevs that he cmmieriMMof thl train on a. Northwe.t. trunk l!nc i denocnltuteJ The Limited I'.ipreti idea. When it is said the Disciples "sang ' '1 lie supvrli rolling Mink Me cniplii) ulves lutiou LOUIS SOHLEOBL, Unlimited Cumfurt a hymn," in the upper room in .lerua-- ' nil r. i liml Coupon In Vet ()niie lit the Souli lem, a word is employed that shows no uu xill our lime laMet and tltket.. Say M linn, iel .Moiiuii and ituk In Monon, il you Ma.it instrument wa employed. If then the to tate money and hate a pleaiant jouriiev. J ICY. IttC'IIMON-JK. O. McCOKSlK'K Holy Spirit intended to exclude the use Accnl, Chi. a i I icket Ajenl. and of the instrument from th" song of the City ..'.""' I'niier Olluerv ana I'lmlugran'M in aII style future! ; lh Ave.. Louuville, Ky !J,.A J1"'-'""- . worship, a word would have been em- Indu In'., C.j)On an Water Color.. New I, M.T.IHKKNI.K, Ui, Vine it, Cinunnalt, Ob, ployed that disallowed its ue. Hut the Iii.ti.uk ji I M it. it very lj,iinc. very contnirv is true. The same Greek woni that exprese.s the idea of singing! S' DAVIS. ju foiuKvtioti with tin in.HtriuiuMit tn tliv old Testament, is the same word that is' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, brought over into the New Testament LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE M'l' VKUNO.V.IvV. whenever the regular and future songs of RAILROAD. praise are referred to. We liud then the Ollii-- next do ir In Whitehead's liruj Store use of the organ indicated in the ew Special attention si.en In di.ea.es of childien. he (ireat Testament by the word employed, withw". THROUGH TRUNK LINE. coriesponding certainty with which we . ..f ,imi i,lllni.isiini i m.i;.-- t...t i... tl. tn The O. W. METOALF. JR. , , i..." ,,,.,. .. ' tm. , ir.t,k fcl.rflI tu. j.Yin, ntr.ilu and again. We know ATTY. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACENT. wlvlv( t. nirill. The word of the bird llA.ltIOl,KVU,I,K, iCY. W,th wooUinot utl'ord to surrender. Will tiriitiie in n rant! in KentutVv w imirnrfflrnnsiah i- M 4iiiii .it-iit- - - I -is ! t, . . .,! tl. 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