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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888051101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. COD Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1888. CRAB ORCHARD. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. LANCASTER,GARRARO COUNTY. SUKOKON IlKNTIST, NO. 26 Sheep huyois are, veiy numerous in Tlie completion of Water stivet is Ilrtico Hansford, painter, lias - STAMroRD, Kbntcckv, llllOllt OUT. this county at piccut. I'ineville to work theie. OITic touth tide Main, (wo door above Depot St, -- The Swopc-doodlAn open meeting of the W. C. T. I. tmulile is a Sam Wind liad a valuable cow to week finm eatinif loo much wet will he held Tuesday evenim Mav 15 at hiiitrco of conversation lien- Stanford female College Uinca-te- r the Christian church, this, place. Allate has a cow law forhiddiiiK mwvni It. (i. (iiivcr'h hiiiiM on Main street invited to nttend. these iniimals to imm tin. Httiits. joyed their hospitality and HocieU mores ,K,, -- Mrs. .ludjre ('inter has returned from -- If our citv father will enfoice the I'rof. I'axton liaiiiip re!K"I, the Trustee, of IR,wv .,.,...,, ,Miu.,i and Atlanta, f 'A., MwH, 18SS. 'than once. I like to he "kin," even by otherwise lepaired. Mr. Cuitis (iovor, Cincinnati. The cancerous tumor has cow law, I do bej: them to pass h dog Stanford Female College deire to employ a l'rin ... ...I. I -- ! eouit-hous- o -- The cipil fur the Institution Addrei.at St.mford, . , I. i ....... i i. uui 1... UKirnir'i. m mini urnr ih'iiiiii. '11iii-- ' IS picp.irinir ll. i tins iiionnio ,urine. : I wn n'nuivi'ii i iimii ihit iiwk, i... mi r. i iniiuw. nir I ") J. M. It HI I). we wen- - housi ...usi ,1V(I hWll Mn. HrmM lllt,.,y .' , (IM "up for repairs and (SKO tl. WKAKI'.N. ) Con cle-Jordan uf( Lvrv u1k froll, tht. liriTtt( of tlu. () IViki.is died on the J J W. AI.COKN, for one da- y- Tuesday of this week, hen , ,arlin dniitflit.T. 1 hope our sweet Mom,V n h, f(, piruivlu.( w ,im; (V Mll.llt. t.u.nillK of thl. 7th am, tt!S b,iriwl llt we Uo.p(. n.nif.,. ted them. I kn.iw It did. thefiien.lsbestrrc.lthen.-elyesan.- l for hurvinn-.oti- nd place, which the J. S. HAW ,.,,,, i just where oitlio.li.xy lailed; w ill make their home for thm.present, as -- The charter jljre thi, Nmi, jurimliu. the familvHumphrt.v , Tuesday.,0 C W. METCI.r Kot Concordia Uall,at.-- S a night, t,K. ,H , ,1;lVL. .,' Uu. ,M,w UwUu, Hm Mr METOALP & HAYS, ,s not out of the way for rent, t.oiiKh a .and left.as it has always left, the "Unci.. i ruses as the county judge, was letter in Thursday's News in which he ow AM ,,.,,, ,,.,, rwi.im, fairly sl.aip test of the interest taken In tfU their children and would t(M.k ,)f nirnitnr0 frm tllt. Mt Vl.ril0tl repealed a few davs befo.e the legisla-- , will forever(? and everlastingly.?! pul- - ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. I . .. .. Im ,.,,ii.f,.rM..I tin. meellllir. llllt We C.lll OIllV l!Ot I Oil , iiiiui. llu.v ii'iim .. ooiieoeic. erize isrer. toiy and lias ope ned a.lur- - line lUijourncu. IIAKIIOL'RVIU.Kand I'INKVIM.K, KY Sunday iihtM; after wlilch x attempt to comfort the strick conliii till next t." Mrs. Cleo Hrown, Millie and Maryj Miss Mollie llurdett has returned furniture store in the room under his Will practice tn any court in Eastern Kentucky it ! eiiaed, and we shall be adrift ,. nil Micceed, mvc as time brinirs re gallery on Main street. Williams and Miv Lora Williams, ac- - from Florida. She reports eserything Examination, of lind title, made a specialty. Any lite tract, of timber, coal and mineral land, for lief to one as to another, where the nir.il n. Mrs. .1. H. Bailey jjavo her little son, couipanied by K. T. and A. J. Fish, and booming in the neighborhood of Killai-Joh- u .ale. Information lurnUhed on any point and cor I waslookiiiK for a dray to carry the writhing soul has Ihht to make tip n .,a3 reipondence solicited. Williams are in Louisville to see ney, wliereshe sjient the winter. Joe, a birthday supper last Thursday little orKun from iiturrel, "unuttered or expressed," witli evening, at which his teachers, Prof. C. IUhAU and Itairett. Tlionias Cherry jjets Dr. Ilutl'mau was called by a tele-th-e H. CRAM. HIRMHRT, D. D 5. I stumbled on a roujh countryman, wltn t,od, uh the Author and IVrmitter of elerkshiji with the Altamont Coal gram to Mielbyville on Tuesday to come VV.W FENNY I'. Duviill ami Miss Mary Thixton, were mi tlifir beieuu-ineiit- . weilyclotliliic, but a jtood face How many have 1J. H. Youiiff, who Co., which Jackson Conn resigned to io to his daughter, Mr.. pi esc nt. honest brown eye, who oceiiied the jno-- 1 h,i,,v, n.,.k f faith riht' there, ' Mi. Tom Hiindren, son of I'uelu Wl'hiti dangerously ill at that place. -I- )r...(.Peniiy,ofMt.t.riioiilMo. prietorof uhackliiij,'spriiiK'Wiipjn and or t.u.r the the of comfort could Jimmie Hundieu, who moved from here Ml. C. W. Sweeney is on the sick a runt of u pony, all too small for bisj ri.m., When tin broken heart to (iarrard last year, died this week. Hpentafew.laywthhisal ; atherat ,Ut Mn,. talker l,.ndram is not in on Lancaster t.. oddo. UlfllLU- Levell.reen this week, rrank C liflord, harness, the shafts and general enuron- - V,M, ij.i,.,, tK. ,jm. , ..j blesln wa Mt. w. (,. Dunlap and site courthnue. All work guaranteed to jne en They scut licit' and bought his cotliu. tire sati, taction. who acted as aj:et at Junction ( ity dur- - c.lliKltl.M w v,H,til , , ,A.xjIlg,on. ments. I asked lilm li lie wanted a joo, 'oite. Time has ddue its hootbin;: woik Mr. Cuitis (iover and Miss Maie . ,, n ,.Xf w,(n hi(S ,)0(.n to w hich he rescinded that he was not alieady, and the pieacher.s' words were J Pavis will be mariied at the Christian 1.15: the ast three months in the absence s MARTIN. JNO M rERklNS of Mr. C ozatt, has returned to hw post at t,lis (ountv f()r ab()Ut in the express business, hut could do am uniieeded ami unheeded; really dolnn IlKOOIIE t, K., M A, 1SJ7 u t,nk.. K. six vea Thursday. An account church mail .ipent on , ' work that wouldn't take too lon, tliii out if touch with the Mini's neirs. ..i i... .. ...i.i:.... .. in i.. ..i. ..I. :.. ...... mivi I.ivnuMon. little yf to j.tllllVon!i t. ,1!1S .. , , Albright A: Mirtin bej tt inform their man, U llli n lulling Din i .a mvii iiitnii iivah the K. ( ., was heiv Wednesday. t ... ,.,- -,. . L. ,, ,. friend, and customer, ef the change in firm, nasit. u as in nine .s mum man (s,, y pe.M.a.i. . (U.,mk. n lllpnil,L. in A t Sup.rCirovesch.K.l. I'ine-- . I u him byllwl1,.Wtlll.ivr that the callousimr ''! Whiteliead moves his drill store to rather halfpr.ee and countv and has "iveii s.itiiaction in ev- 10ust. a,t Saturday n!Kht, the subject, MARTIN & PERKINS, proiiiisln' the double of his demand; or time was the iesi,'iiatlou ofa pious frame. ..0t.,jlt t)u, .Vome'ii be Allowed to Vote " ville next week. erycase. .. ... , ,. Sunday, near Hiodhead, Harrison of a .laiiseitius n.rt is this: WMrt;M.llHSl.,,. .Mr.John Chappel was The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repuwhat I knew a regular hand would I III 11 111 lllll I'll! 'II M II " 1111 klTIs tation of the old, but intend, to make many im wound- lyree, (luring: a ,,uarre shot charKe. While he was helping ine to for it i, the outcome of a faW view f Wx Htre,litn. boti.e, vorv IllUch bv ,t. proementsm the manufacture of tobacco which iltM 1f tli. jUllrtiiutlvB side and Mr. ed James Roberts m the and Hob.-rt- s will be to the interest of our customers. We Kill (iathii we (i(l; followed byafaUeview of oneself; "limber up" our little (i.pel . ,n t,ia, v,chl,tv Thl. ,, (, ,jOSH f na,ltive. The t0 deote special attention to our Natural Leal kind oj child and grandchild of an awful eiror. Kot his kuii and tired twice at lyree, but leaf. Thanking Ilfiihk.l uic!mt nu, thJ,Ir f ,ivi, ,,i,k. won, but a nun.berof men who njzhtv an? hr.inds of Kentucky's best for a continuation you in forpast jfuors and .:a.kinz u......r.. 11.. ....... 01 I tloit't know how s.on or how late we , . - ... - ... rcii.MII meeting I held. I told him and linked i.uie.i iu uu mm. 1 lie iiimrrt-- ciiuie up , nnlit:,.:1I eoiivention ixc.uciutiii, yuur. Doj: uur luuct nc 1k. H,Hllllutjvl. U1v WU N.(, MARTIN ck PIr. LINS over some ducks belonyinj: to Hoberts, on them. jm h.mto attend. UeNiid he would like N,all leaxe Atlanta -- the Mieautiful. 'i to have woiiastheraptain'ssiK-ecto, but Ined ten miles away and could ,a,e book.sl f.irM.iiday a.tcrnoon to ad- - Hn M1i,h.Ill urgllll.llt , Brother Barnes can console himself wlf ,0 Hill that had been running in a corn Held of not. Then after u pause, he looked iiiejdrvs, the .lews in their Hynajjojriie on the t,(, viltnV TIL. uu wm. w.vt.i Tyree. Both are prominent fanners. No that none of those who rejoice in the arrests up to this, Thursday mornim.'. M,uarely l.Hhe face iMid Mid: "I was a "blentity of the A.iulo-S.ixonice with l.o(i . jokt. h( litfht riven by him to some poor pinners mUt. msl u. At noon Wednesday at the residence here have departed in the least from uk .... .,.... ma cnri'liau once; u iiapi.y one; . ..Me.,...,, im-- i en ...( ifiiks U'e heard a voun- - man who the LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. thnrch and my religion; I worked haid , be a new experience. I luiik of it, t((()k J( ,r, , tu. (lt,lu MV tlill Mr of the bride's parents, Dr. Charlen 11 truth he tauht Us. We believe iu the Uice, of New Interest, W. Va., was mar- - rew,ml P.esbyterian, Ikqitist, MctluslM but I found out theiv was for MH1illlrtl,w (( to tht. ou.ri.oult.M Ulll ln u. hM'w M(, vt.rv little true ch.uity an.onj: chrMians that brethren' A Jew will welcome me to ,,.,,, y . ,,. i(0C(,h thnt M,V W0lU, not ried to Miss Georgia. A. Brown, eldest j the peasonality of atau, because so ma THE LARGEST AND FINEST Y.ui refuse me a place )I(,(.i(1;, 1 K4vw it up, after a stniWl; and now his j nap.-4ue- . t,a.v ,K. daughter of Dr. J. J. Brown, this place. nv of us have been and are victims of his aBlhwt hmj vwn ll HOTEL IN THE CITY. (1011 l KIIOW Wllill l llll-.- . II nniii' .III. lllliin ill tlllll I lllllllt, lieu-the argument on the opposite side The bride is a beautiful and accomplish- malice. And besides thi we love and ed young lady and the doctor a rising reverence iiromer iariie?, necauseoi ine lt was all a sham; u poon'nan has no bus- - in, tliinkinv: ever, wli.it answer on will to be a ;jreat deal stronger. sweet gospel he taught us. This is not incM in the church; eh'tians tutu up ive the Master when Hecomes andasks - Mrs. Morris, of Birmingham, is young physician, is to be congratulated from me as your cot respondent, but from RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDhfm; the jireacher are alsiut this strange anoinaly. I hope you iKianlinj; at Mrs. .Sun Ward's. Mr. on gaining so valuable a prize, The cou- the "many-hued- " their nos's at followers of the teachING to rooms; ple boanled the noon train for their W. ings of George (.). Barnes. May the good ashamed of him; they look to me like may have a alid one, hut, from my ltobert (ientry and Mi.ss l.oiian.t r, Virginia home. Lord keep him and his, j, the prayer of I know not what it will be. for money; or cued most for standpoint, they pn-acof lioshen, were visiting; friends s ssss.s your scnoe and tlie rest ot the gang. TURKISH RUSSIAN DATHS IN HOTE1.. thor' who had money and pive it to I am sure the shallow excuses oit now in town Sunday last. Mrs. John Macc J Laurel Democratic Meeting. them; I don't know what to think nor, jjhe will be transmuted by one Hash of and little daughter, of Paint Lick, aie t u meeting of the democ-iacof l,m-- 1 con-io- n . what to do; and yet I enjoyed my rclitf-- , eternity into "shaineandeverla.-tin- : Mrs. Sam Ward and other rela- rel county, held in the court-hous- e at once, though it has been a lout: time tempt.'' Candidnte f..r re election to the otrics of Maj;eo came over with II.OI1U0H, ."i tives liea1. Mr. i.i.m.i , ill iinrHii'ince io n ' democrac liver iu Jcmi, iki. O. I)iim. HK. I tlon't know when I liae been to them and returned home Monday. Mr. call of the chairman of tlie county com! v,her,rfiiul)jectotl,eactl)nofthe church; or whether I'll ever o ajrain." Sam Hardin and Miss Pauline and little mittee of Mid county, X. M. Scales was! ntJritTT Iimci LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., Vk'. S. Then were tears iu lib, u.iiv as he said Una Kennedy have leturned from a elected permanent chairman and W. S. I saw that they were uIniuI to V (iood Templars this and Is a Candidate for f the laslce has been i ..:.:. .,, i,U sister. ttls Snnili ll.ir.lin. :it Jud?e i Di.trict, subject E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. JackSOll, SCI relan. Court of Appeals from thi..th--- J come to his eyes. N I Mid: "My friend, j oivanied here with a prosjieet of a '(smI ' nutonville. Mr. Morris Harris was - m the action of the htio. r The following committee was appointI don't know that I shall ever see you many members. mxi witlt old friends here the tirst of ed on resolutions, vi.: K. M. Jackson,, Hotel still maintains after you drie oil with this load, but Judre Borcin;; accompanied Col. .(. ,u, Wl.(.k. Mrs. (ieoro Kiiiand little G.T. Karris, W. D. Weaver, F. II. Hiley! H. A. E AXS, A. J3., A. M. itsThit old and high reputation, and its Proprietor is dctermin. 1.. N., me kiv this: Don't let the de il Iff.. Mnith. let of the ed that it shall be second to no country Hotel in ,avt. t0 (snwiKxl to visit her and . II. I honip.son, who reported the Analytical Chemist, you alsiut losing your relii-- j Wl.nt toPineville on a special train Mon-io- mother. Mrs. Hhoda Ilk'ins. the State in its Pare, Appointments, or AttenMiss following resolutions: tion to hi '.uesti. i)jz;a;e com eyed to and Von haven't lost it. You have on-- 1 day. -Hksoi.vkh, i. That we approve of tlie LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. from depot free of charge- - Special accommodaul men, Maj;j:ie Newland, of Stanford, was the -J- ohn llode, oin. as it is; you Iv hoiirt-li.- il nest of Mrs. J. H. Bailey. Mr. B. (J. call of the State Central Committee for a Make, a specialt) made an attei.i.t to clean out the depot and tions to Commercial Traielers. cjjI, from Christ. democratic convention to be held at mineral'anuli Analjoftical mineral water Send is lit llOllie lor the wedding. rk ufanj kind Tn....l,.v l.i.l .,iv.. in. lli.. inl. ulien lie ' ' Lexington, Ky., May 13 jiurposo has He turned from you. There is lots' Tll,fol,owill. ,tl.m wa, handed us of appointiiigdelegiitesl(i,tofor the Mitional for a circular. ,l M'T ' u,k, ' the ",l,n ' - LOUIS SCHLBOBL, .. w of truth iu what you s.y. But don't hold ,,v M fo r inseition i envciuion :io itie neiii ai ."i. i.oius, mi:, T stenhensou . A P B. M, Jackson i in Cincinnati. j (... ,,..' ... 1.1.....! Iiuiiu 'itkiu for M. T. Craft is in our letter. We irivc it below just as luneoth. to nominate candidates B. Kilev Ls In Iiuisille. president and , nicinnosof in' people, i.. ii... ....!..;, or MT. VERNON', KY. it is iu her manuscript: ..,.,! ...i.i out miaul interim Illness of two weeks. . II ., . 'J. I liat leve ICY. KICUMON'JJ Ill lllilllll llll . llll .II n III' I' ll'll . n. . Imicm wTiiKSTMKsr. On the 17th of land the n'cogni.uigui rreslilcnt I :.embodiment of Jack.souiiin wetit to Muith Camlina iuiir.hortcoinin.v's. The things you we'.l-kMarch, Mr. W. T. Stephenson and I weie'demnemuy, we fully and heaitllyendorse li teiusuii miintJin-witThi.oidand Monday. Photoraphviiiall t)l and.ue. Pictures in fine reputation. Chire- - reonaMe. complain of are all for the lack of tine K. That (5. T. Karris, U. M. 'Jackson, inj our son in J.exington. The Dr, - Mici ill Pearl and poe went to AlIndia Ink, Craon aui Water Cjlor. New Kei.mer J. V. Klliott. John K. cula.tent.on to thetruieUn.pabiK though the people you think so he was well enough to be at home 'i'1"1 in Krnn ai M it, at er low,pnce. v .M. P NtwcuMli. Prop , tamont Monday nicht and auested Clint . ung, John Melun, J. C. McKee, little of may be christians in spite of and would discharge him. He was mix-- , H Mi Vernon. K,--. j. l.andr.ini. be ap- - Sj ti. l'iley, Willi WootUoii, Andy Irvln, ..... . . .1: their nicanncrss. (inly they are mighty t) .'uu I "111 r 11111I l'nli 'I'liut fur "llliill". ;ions in iiiuie nun iiiiil-i- i uui .. :.i. .. 1.... iioiuieo, delegates .10 saiu convention. nun us, inn S. O. DAVIS, Just pity tliem I. That recognizing the ability and poor, weak christians. ' honorable ! PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Thev were tried Tuesday and lined SUM J. as ou think how mean they ate; and pi thought sterling integrity of our countynian, reclu Thev will go oil duty on the A. Cialt. that we take pleasure in nuht to Jesus and tell Him you don't s..,,,tsiI.s..Ml,. it,,... The s..i.,e iMitv.,,,mwuU ,,,lt iwfc'n-'keeping him a ommending him to the Mate Convention MT. VKnXOX.KV. I haie purchased lb hold Him resMiiisible for all their lack few weeks to be satisfied. Dr. Claik for elector for the Sth Congressional di. (leorce I) S careu .111. I linu'ir '. arii of Mer. lira ..id will ouen went to Pittsburg and anestcd Mait fllli e next duur to Whitehead's Druz Store. of His I.ovo and Spirit." He wiuiu: my on the -- 1st: "Dr. Stephenson trict, and our delegates are hereby in- a bis )ard .it the nne purcln-e- d r "f Mr u W earen. ill L.irrs ...' I.I (ioll', Jacob Wyatt. .loeph Ntiitlianl and wrote us lle.ide. lumber iu roiuh and hand as he drove oil', as If he had made Walse tioU'eliapged with retailing whis- will leave for home." He came structed to use all honorable means tosc- - a Iire line of wm Jo 4,he.. d'M.r, and shingles, Special attention si en todisei.e, of children. cure his election t sold liths...1not and the uLkit fn.e f.rmtrlv ....... liv . . . .... .. up his mind to take a ircsh stmt. And Wal-- e Golf has had seu'i-a- l o. mat we Hilly appieciaie anil near - .ir. "eitcn. unr si, miuNt.K ' cases alone mid met our little grandson with I .I.......!. . l..t. inititi- will.. , .i..iiii.r ln.nrlte.. ky. ., iiuict-l- y 1 lllllllUIOl ""p. .v... I1' ill...' ". t .. tilv uiHioitf the upiiglit, energetic, com . v...... His the same former love and caresses; . y R. DAMs II lllt.TOs A c ' HO.V.KK,R me I. "isr, si all around iw, theiv aie T i.. passed back and forth from exercise; petent ami laltliuil manlier in which tlie stilt s.i. ii.iituitiu, 111 tii tl.it li,r tiiiil nt mltiiir lion, .nines It. McOearv bus leiiiesenl- .:, not an act. look or word did be show STANFORD uiadesad by untiiie liristians. ami CoiiL'rcssional distiict of Ken-- ; . . . . nil t.t... HI j;vi tlie 1IIH llllll.l-- II ,,, ut those whom "the LOUD has not ofuhinnll whisky case, llllll I,,,,,. llll iiouii loiiaim any one; reiueu iu ine ed tiie Stli House of Ueiirest ntatlves V.i. tuckvinthe -- HEALER COUP ff NY maile sad." I meet these soured souls usual hour in tlie room adjoining ours,,'and that we point to him with pride as LhUMlUx JtlLLLt ; l know liow to do It is all. 11.. 1... , ........ . ... i .. - iu tlie ."list1 . .. . . mi.. ..iw.;.... ,. . it, M.inuf.11. tutor. ....i ,u; "cie, aim slept wen 1111111 aueri""' "wherever I go. I mention tliis rough ,..l n is, ni.. tmii.nl 01 " " itvei ami is iioiuin,. "Hl1 . , . tlie Cnited States countryman's case, just .because it is ui a..,i, .. ROW I.AXD, KY , ,.,,. ,0 o clock; was ,ins .imur to use. Il1.1t ('ongre.s.s of......:.... of National allairs, pL.0,:lnif' Woatherboardlnsr. Colling. ... 1... - oii,i...i,, 1.. bis ?..,... tyjiical and a coinmon one. Oh, broth-- . jjUMj unruly member, the tongue, belonging and commend I11111 to the eaiucst con-- , Flnlabtng Lumber, Mouldings, Sash, Haicju.tcjienedane Mock of Men" and llos' Etc. Saab. Doors and Bltndd always Clothiiii, Hat,, Cip, lion,, Shoes. Dr (ioods, ivii! ."sisters! Wliut will you answer Monday John stringer anetcd at to some persons heie, is w hut did them sideration ofallloveis of honest, judicious Notiuns and I ,il) Ciroceric, AIo dealers in in stock. tiie Master when He asks, "When-istliothei-Men in power, witli-ne- r and economical government, and inCoal (.otintr) pridiuc taken In exchange for injury. Livingston and placed in jail lieie !i mi- -' and gool at hijhct mark, t price Come one, ccme struct our delegates to the State Conven-ventio- n un-- , bnither.'" I'libelieiiiig belieei-sfivin Pittsburg by the name of James out our consent or knowledge, 111 rested all, and leirn tlie ajiantii;c trade lotm to cast their vote as a unit for christian christians, make more iniidels I'liu. Ijs Siiiidaj" wliile l'lin's wife him and denied him the privilege of see-wi- him and for all measures looking to his, LONDON, KENTUCKY, Of course it was against nomination as a candidate for piesident. than all Col. Ingersoll's books. absent fi 0111 home he committed it ing In Sciibner's for April, theiv was a, lstJK'i.n lii own iliiugliter. his protest. Had he been such a cra-.- y That we leave our delegates uninsti liftCAPF. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. ifinilidiite for ed us to dreadfully descriptive bit of writing iu The cries (.f tile little caused her man he would not have cared what they knowing that the State Convention will' the si, oil aiticle entitled I'ulri l I'mfnv, mother t return and she told what hen did. "God is my icfuge and strength, select in its judgment the best ami most, Thoroushly K- 1 ftcf rni.heJ. I irst- Did you father had done, which enraged the He judgcth righteously." bv Uoheit Louis Steu-iison- . clav, available mail. Co., Philaand Ke i, I'ii . Dai and nizht (1. That weeildoise the adllllllistration Trains are met b) l Ute P rl'r.'of thi, I'opular lead it, my render'.' If not, do so, care beast and he knocked her down and of Hon. S. 15. Uuckner, and commend House. Mrs. James Artwork. a07-t- f. ...,.1 e... n.. fniiv unit hi.i lwiu 11 111:111 of brains, with- 11:...:....... tiii-i- i mi iii-- i 111.' niiu vim ci VI It l an old and thoroughl) reliable, Lon.erati,c his honesty of pin pose and sound judgof "UuMind Nothing KNe," thl. ,.,ld mid was beat over tlie head ) out the due compan), mm in its 41st war ivitll 12,5110,001) ment iu ejecting from the Hies of the1 $i,$oo,uo surplus Its rates are as ucts and old .ind reliable .STsflsflBsflsMtsV. , democratic paity such foieign and im- uinlloundenan.l how hopeless is life low as uni mim,HshiB J.V.Vlittle (laughter, 01lt hj th, ftu coiniunv. with dlii dends unsurpaed a reputation fur fair dealing W. Tate. with nothing 111010 before It than the, ,;s iu.uj,,, design he wounded the little Annie James, has been worked over a pure elements as J. encillcd li) none and plans to suit eirr)body 7, That a copy of these resolutions be Would call the attention of business men to its knowledge of a God whose works are! ,rj,j 01IS t0 endanger her life and after - solar print, it would lie only fair to so sent for publication to tlie Mountain ncu endowment, accumulated surplus and 6 per v " worse confounded." Then VVliri, beating iter. "confusion After being placed cent uu ir.iiitced bonds plan ot policies. Signal, Ixtkiiiou Joi u i. and Cumber-- 1 . artist, to say Vfi" ," is a iree nanu tuaw- - land Valley News. ,i,...;i" j,, j.,u here 11 mob fioin Pittsbuiv w M,ioiiicn insured on the same rate a men see how a "Good God ,,.,,i 'as a Aolar piiut is a photographic in JOHN K. F.U7I.KNEK. X. M. S'cxlks, Cli'm. District Ajrent for Kentuck litrnlsh the clue ol extrication irom mat xjteil to take htm out and lynch him. impression, which is but lightly woiked oj W. S. J.ukso.v, S'ec'y. labyrinth. I'oor Stevenson! if that is all j0 W,H ,rjV(M, un exaiuinji trial before ver with crayon, and is not considered ... . . n .,... v l.rln.rK him ofknowleik-- e 11. ..1.1 .t,i.n.. legitimate in art circles, it is well to i.t..ifiii ... . n... ct DEATH'S DOINGS. .IlllliiV ltllVl .M.r.,... .,.. ..v,i. ......u... make the distinction between that and a THE FLORENCE I have seidom read balj SBJBJBJBJBJSBJpJBJBJBBsQ0 of life's mvsteries! ' free hand drawing. MrH. James' work Jos. S. Kmbree, for 00 years a school from the a more terribly pathetic article -- A n.M.ro ittteiiinted to nine 11 school - Mas au lieen (lone i,y lMU aiu 01 tuu eye teacher, died in Madison, aged 8 6. .... limit 1is..m1. .1 'r'...L. ALL THE LATEST SPRINC STYLE HATS d pen 01t genius .1 " teacher ne,ur Iiiiiibm v, tin., and iu less has " laborious iiieasurements. She Mr. Mcl'herson, a young man from undoubted talent and perseverenco , lie was swinginu be his' often wish 1 could put the clue I have el the Florence I haie biuht the njht to im in an unusual degree aim wo icei una I'arksviile, who has been living at How-lau- d Washing Machine and am now prepared to furnish into these gifted hands. Only they will neck from a limb full meed of praise should be given to so all who may wish to saie their (Jollies from the for a year or two, tiled Wednesday R. B. GEOGHEGAN'S, not accept it, when otfcred;as I know by rubbing and tearing luciuent to ine oiti process ot worthy a worker. Syrup of Flgi washing, Take one and try it and be convinced, night of consumption and was taken to Na.vnik McCann, Teacher. unsuccesses in attempting succor, again l'llnoi worry ou about buying unless ouare fulSUCCESSOR TO his old home for burial yesterday. ly satisfied a. to its merits. "The world by wis pom Is Naturo's own true laxative. It is tbe and again. The undersigned haie purchased the Florence offectivo Died, at her home iu Jellico, Tenn., M'MIOHAEL, Being; More Pleasant moit easily taken, Bnd tbe most THE HATTER, Washing machine and after a thorough trial, we knows not God." take pleasure In adding our testimony to its worth, to Cleanse the System To the- taste, moro acceptable to tlio Tuesday, May 1st, Mrs. I.illie Martin, We have been helped, most unselfish-1.- . remedy known and without hesitation pronounce it a success in 511 4TH AVENUE, stomach, and moro truly beneficial ln its wife of Kd Martin. She died iu thnt In unr mei.tiiiL' by our Urother ltur- - when Bilious or Costive; todlspol Head eiery particular, doing all that Is claimed for it; Vm Daugherty, J W. Wallace, Ur. Hourne, lui'uk. once of Danville, and married achei, Colds, and Fovori; to Cure Habit action, the famous California liquid fruit sweet peace which only comes to the LOUISVUiliE, KENTUCKY. Mrs. S 1" Sailer. A. C. Sine, Hill Perkins, Lewis Piles, etc. remedy, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly super- children of God. Her remains w ere takDudderar, J. K. Lynn, L. I., Dawson, C. Vanoy, there to one of mv wife's tnnuuierablel uui ComUlpatlon, Indigestion, Mrs. Amanda Peak, George Peyton, Alex Holtt-claCalifornia Fig seding all othors. Try it. One bottlo en to Oakland, Ky., and interred there C. C. Fields, Albert Camden, Sim Kaines, K. j'uen on at A discount of 10 per crut. will b cousins; late from Springtield, Ohio, but Manufactured only by the K. Harrow, A. M. Keland and manv others. , r. Francisco, Cal. , will provo its merits. with her husband's family. Emily orders sent (or Hats with a copr of the abort ud. M.r". F.I.KIN. hettled in Atlanta for several years. His Syrup Company, San paper. lUaJjuailer, at S. S Mer' store. vcrt'ueraent, mentiomu Xl'iyr For Kile by A. It. l'eiiny, Stanford. For mIv by A. U. Penny, Stanfoid. voice, of rarest nymathetiepow- - j tlute-lik- e or and tone, loniains, as of yore. I never it to the mere' hear it lmt I hcp-nd-- Mr. learners of music, uiid fuel that it oujjht jMiio to to bo in tin- - evangelistic work, and no, I'lJAWK 'VI i if. otlii'i. I wish noine Moodv would make dli! this uSankev out of this yiitcdehrlstinn man clover. u.;iTKinM:).M(M:()U(n,().iuuNiiII(,liiH;ilovdvfiiijvim(lwi IS LOVE AND NOTHINC ELSE. nun. m- M ,.. s f . , j tm. -Un- ,,,.,, .,,, fr ... ... ,, ' .... " nl j ,.t, Fenny A j ,.m mcae Hrbrt, DENTISTS, ,,,,,. ce ,.u ... to-da- .ili, ,,.,,, Hv, j n j ,. Ii-s- d. j blu , ..- -- j ouit n THE GALT HOUSE. th; W,y i.,, llll-ll.I- i j Dud-deni- THOMS JUDGE NEWLAND PRYOR, MY232KS (Bl'IDTELj J ' i J well-kno- jut vice-pn-side- ,,..,, i, """"" lmv....-tt.irmHlau..- v v,, ...,.. '. "" -. T7rrT HOTEL. ... 1 1 1 ,.,! (iiif PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 . ... ' .. . "" in b n; ' de-si- 1 1 Tlnlln 1 . 1 fiM f"r" d.s-ea.- 'low r.. LTJMBETl YARD 1 I to-da- y 77-- - ..',,.,. -' 1 '"" . .. ! HxrTOJsr & Dinris General Merchandise, 11 1 1 ,,,", ' y s , is JACKSON HOUSE. ' nts 11 INSURE 'ill .11 . In the Peitn Mutial Life Insurance delphia. 1 in-i- 1 iii-ii- s 1 ,, ' lXJ"nit!f tn,;,li,yM ii ' i.i-.il- i. - 1 1 STBTBTBTBTBTBTBTITBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTBTSBTs 1 WASHING MACHINE - Dud-tlera- , i'N -- . '', ;tJ -- . 4 f v- - . -- Tf .1 yv 'I fc. f l Gov. IIiTKNr.it failed to sign the rove-nu- o ! the success was ami is better without you arc accountable, lain striving for rynml divisive inventions of men, all have thought of kindly suggesting that union und peace on the very terms you "discord among brethren, all bitterness, your groundless und cruel charge of fault reduction bill anil it is not therefore them? g sptiit andHabft." ete, finding; my preaelilng being "saturated the law. ilis reason for riot doing so is I have for 02 years been acting on this and all our people agreed only a few a ctjifT come of roup 40 yearn, yearn ago. I still stand on the old and audi as your reply, which d reiwrd as the with because while the legislature iillotl nway scriptural plan ami for nt least r7 May 1M18S8 Stanford, true llible ground and If there is to be worst und most unbrotherly of its kind owuUailltdltiding spiik and habit, so Valuable time the! Pherifls of the' with very many cithern, have been nil its were compelled to go to work to! ing it in our papers. Where I now live, any division it will not comn of us. You lever saw' And I trust and piav that generally known anioung your fiiends. prepare for the collection of thu revenue, j tho churcheB insouthcrn California, have can withdraw, if you choose, but it is u this sad exposure of human weakness But 'I will forbear. Your long sickness V. P. which, lifter the adjournment of the sent their messengers to annual meet- -' little too much for you to talk of our go- - may aid me In patience, piiidence and and great feebleness may excuse you. State Board of Jvjualizatioii had been t ings for seven years to do missionary ing out and being a sect, when we occti-- 1 perseverance. You and I, my brother, Those who have known me longest and '! from py piecisoly the ground, all the ground, arc very near the Judgment. Would it u thousimd times better have not seen certified to them at 47J cents. In addi-- j work, lJuuu a commission tion thereto the levy of 42 cents would their evangelizing committee. You can and no more, that we nil occupied less ' not he well for us to examine ourselves in me this g'lievous error. They uio tohave created a deficit of spiOO.OOO, owing, see it, and my church letter, if you than 40 years ago. Wo have made no very closely? I mean to charge you with day my best li lends and to heavy appropriations by the legisla-- 1 choose. Unci you culled for these you change, except we have learned more of no bad motive, or to Judg your heart, Hence I am nut careful. Settle with tin IV.itt'niiillv, ture and he did not think the people de-- 1 might have been spared all your very the Bible, and are better able to teach To your own .Muster you stand r full, Judge. Xor would I have you to construe a sin-ol- d ('. Kksimi'. k. hired that there should be a deficit. The unbrotherly insinuations as to my mis- - and defend It. You ant the dep.uter! Col. A. M. Swopk was rather ignored gl word 1 use as harsh or unkind. 1 ISSM. ,,,, .. gentleman's headseems to be nlwavr i sion to Kentucky and how very far anil Stanford, Ky., May i.lNM .i...,. t. V1,.lrs ..nixwd in the late reimblican eon vention and bad- level. how manifestly you have misstated the and ridiculed the organ in the worship, ly treated by men not near so worthy as matters of fact on tins suliject. 1 cm can for--; Ji imjk IH'hii i, llrst comptroller, has find no word or.net of mine to indicate UH IU,u,r illlV0 ,om,j if vm, illV0 himself, but ho is big enough and brave p,tu.llf usk Bio. Harrison Hoeker! Jly Kwing, a discovered that Hen. James enough to elean out tltn last that I ever conllned missionary work to H;n is taiunK where you stood then, republican, who was disburs- a single congregation, or to justify of them who dares to give him half a hold-ove- r , aIllj ,u.v.r .,s N, rabid!) , youri (OI,y chance. Col. Win. Cassius Gondloe, ing clerk of the department of justice, is insinuations that am not consistently trving to plead for the old paths! "the man of the fine clothes, the (lowing short 510,000 anil more in his accounts. and scripturally on my pivsent mission, aii waVM( ,,rm.nt divisions in the moustache and the magnificent strut," The man who retained the rascal ought Had you troubled yourself to learn the L.lim.,.K; ul corruption f the worship, ' who has been hounding him for years, to make good the deficit for doing so. facts, surely you would never have made vt,t ' put the last straw on the camel's baekat Is Receiving His imikc lots oucmn. such statements or allusions. Will you Hon..). II. Tixsi.ky was elected judge tiii: the convention by an allusion, which of the new Common Pleas Court in the stand corrected? Will you do yourself S. You say that Miriam "resorted to was as uncalled for as it was untrue. Not its use." Kx. 15:20. She used the Tim-Se- e counties of laurel, Whitley, Knox, Bell, justice? If then is a sin of ignorance wishing to raise a row in the meeting, v. 4th and .th chapters and espec- - hrel, a kind of drum, w hich had nochorcls Harlan, Leslie and Perry, Monday and Hwope swallowed his indignation, but rein him the people secure uu upright iully.'tth how can you escape it? S'ou though you seem to see her touching Goods Warranted and a Perfect lit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. solved that he had had enough of this them. Not a word is slid of the organ well qualified for the position both might have certainly known better. would set- man, proud man's contumely and 4. On the above absolutely groundless or chords. by learning and practice. tle with him on the first occasion. They g S). plan of lamisstatements of my You say, "The instrument (oigun) had not met till Tuesday at the I'liienix Kvkiiy county in this district endorsed bor for converting the world, you bae was used to aid the voice in praising the Hotel in Lexington, when Col. Swope (iov. McCreary and recommended his all vour flourishes and exclamations! God ol" Israel before the law of Moes accosted htm and denounced him as "a renoniination for Congress. No man You say 1 would "recall all of our mi1- -1 had ever been given?" etc. If you could coward, a liar and u sneak." The was ever as solid with the constituency sionaries from foreign fields, each one 'ivc one iarticle of testimony in favor of to Ilelgium was not as ijuick to of the 8th as the gouernor and noneever return to Ids home congtegation and do this assertion 1 might believe it. I know light as ho was to misrepresent and tried more deservedly to be so. nothing unless that body an God's only of none at all. It is like the chords of The following lis; of "oxls, siittblo for this time of year, and buy to excuse himself by saying that he was missionary (society shall command him Miriam's timbrel mm til.' It never had appropriated for and sustain him in the doing." Or the $20,000,000 not armed and the place was not the any. them of me and get the best: proper one to settle difllctilties. At this rivers and hnrlxirs Kentucky get.s about No, Bro. W., you never made a gi eat 10. You say "If it is granted that tie .Swope threw oil" his coat, turned half a million. Gov. McCreary succeed- er mistake! Nor can I see the least apol- organ was used by Israel with divine a -Col. his pockets inside out to show that he ed in getting $180,000 for Kentucky IMv-e- r, ogy for your mistake, and yet 1 would proval, as we know it was, no ingenuity CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. which he thinks will send deep water had no weapon and ollercd to whip la I not judge you. Possibly your very poor of man can ever show it may not now be out of him in any manner, shape or up to tho Three Forks. health may excuse you. deal only with used with equal approval ami profit." California Pcache3, Cal. Dried. Peaches, form. Bystanders interferred, the hosH vxi) vi. i. refuses to be bound by dem- the facts. I would recall none of our is in .saving " Your first mistake heie Pears, Dried Peaches, tilities were stopped for a time and ocratic caucus, which proves what Mr. missionaries. should add many more. you "know it had the divine appioval." " succeeded in patch- Wattersou has said all along, that his And I would sustain them all by conApricot3, friends afterwards Turkish Prunes, (iod never did approve of it in the woring up a truce. The fact remains, how- place is in the republican party. as partially ex- -' ship. He boie with it tolerated it and gregational Grated Pineapple, Cooking Fig3, ever, that there is n big split in the g. o. Bno. Br.i.i., of the Georgetown Thins, p.ainci auove, mm as e are uonui va- t , Ilhl.,u.H , IVJIUaU. it, as lie Sliced Pineapple, what-no- t Mince Meat, can sucjt, which friends nor n iiuunnFiiuiiin, thinks as the legislature adjourned nut', i uimiim iifuui did a kinglv government, polygamy, di ceed in healing. Swope is a Lincoln Friday, that day should not be known all human organizations, as barnacles on Lima Beans, Mackerel in Buckets, vorce, etc. While He tolerated all these county man and better than the best of hereafter as an unlucky one. the old Shin of Zion anil would, as did and sought to regulate them, He never Pie Peaches, Cod Fish, . them, so here's hoping he may come out the iiret christians, and the fathers of approved them. The kingly govern-DR. KENDRICK ' Corn, do so by whalHominy, on top, even if he had to this reformation work onlv cm the divine polygamy, dancing, cruelty and ing h I out of every detractor in his Replies to Elder W. L Williams in Words plan, which is fullv set forth in the life meiit, Tomatoes, Bulk Pickles, venu'eance are iw much approved as the party, little or big. With The Bark on 'Em and lalsirs ami teachinu's of Paul. Be- - use of the organ. Your testimony, if it Oysters, Bottle Pickles, IJro. Williams; In writing out my (cause tSod's plan is better than man's proves anv thing, proves far too miti h. A fbw nights ago Mr. Scoticld, of New-Yor- discourse which appeared in the Intkki- - P'iU1 Salmon, Catsup, . t;..:,,... .,.i ..ii ,i,.. mm 1 mv . l on spcaK oi tncsu niiniau organi-inu m-City, returning home late, saw on Jofit.v.vi. of the 27th it never once cm Sardines, Prepared Mustard, &c., &c. what he supjiosed was the form of a man curred to me that it would provoke a re- zations ami their work as the "only el- - 'with the timbrel not the organ and Chipped Beef, disappear from his wife's room us lie en- ply from any one. I am not conscious fective efforts to evangelize the world." dance. See Kx. Io:20and Ps. l.Vh4. There Corned Beef, tered, hut the false woman vowed that that I once thought of you. By the If this were true, then tlieie weie no K then, just the same authority ?' fori Deviled Hani. "effective efforts" before and are none N' dance that there is for the organ! he was mistaken and they retired, the kindness of the editor, without intend' would it do to say, "No ingenuity wife feeling exultant over fooling her ing to cnuse controversy, and with the other n nv. It is well and fully known - of man can ever show it may not now be husband so well. But her joy was short kindest feelings, though very plainly, I that all these humanly organizes misMY STOCK OF STAPLE GROCERIES BLWRYS FULL. lived for on arising the next morning, shalliiote for your consideration a fewot sionary societies are very recent and that used with equal propriety and profit?" Scofield found the dead lmdy of Banker the many and astonishing errors in your others' are now" doing more effective How would such n dunce look around the Nat Hatch lying stone dead from a fall reply, hoping that you will as a chris- work on Paul's plan. You could not get ' bird's table? And how alxiut polyga-furthwrong at this point. What you my, divorce and without a just cuiw, at from the high fence he had endeavored tian gentleman promptly coirect them: Highest Market Price I'.iitl For say here has no shadow of truth in it. the will of the husband, etc.? Would caused a big to scale. The matter has I. You give to me the largest and best sensation and Mrs. Scofield has been capacity, (which I think is a grave blun- And I put it this way because milder, ot this dose be rather large for you? AND n. You twice speak of "the organ in HAMS, turned adrift to follow the bent of her der) tho best christian character during words would not do justice to injured e succeeded aid of the song service in worship," tak-fsacred truth. weak nature. U long life, and the purest motives; and history and better before and without human or- - i ig for granted that it does aid the very still you seem to question my integrity The much talked of correspondence, ganizations. So did the Apostle and ' t u'ng denied! I have in the past month which tneOwensboro Messenger claims and my motives! Is this consistent or others. II Mice I call them barnacles 11 'DSWJIiifcMD lalsircd with eight chiin lies here and I it had with Col. II. M. McCarty, of the just, when you have no giounds forsudi hindrances. 'am very free to say that the singing in Jessamine Journal, in regard to his questioning? In Paper Boxes, 0. You ask "What missionary work seven of them, where the organ is not 2. You speak of me as "a man of war," charges of corruption against Tate severhas he and those that agree witii liiniun-- , used, is a 100 cr cent. siiK'rior to that "extremely al years before his flight, is to de submit- "war to the death," durt.iken?" "What have they overdone? in Stanford, vvheie the organ is general-Whto a committee of editors at the coin- sectarian views and feelings," of my "abted do they propo-- e to do?" I would ly used! Still, there are equally gcxd ing press convention and published if solutism and the extremest sectarianism not speak of myself, except in answer to voices in Stanford. And this is my oh- they think it proper, that is if Col. I'rey in their legitimate culmination,'' of mv these personal questions. They imply nervation elsewhere. Surely I have w itWoodson accepts the pioposition, which labors being "saturated with alic! insinuate much. Of others 1 have nessed enough to judge from ita cllccls 5r Prices Always Reasonable And Good3 Satisfactory.-tB- a etc. If these very grave chai-geMcCarty makes in a letter which appears spoken generally and could add individ- - , whether it aids the song set vice. It is a were even partially tine, how could yon in the Covington Commonwealth. T nal examples much to tlie credit of the j heavy barnacle on it. "' this is the accord to me the best christian charac" divine system. But I know my own lu- - testimony of others in . .art.s of the MARK HARDIN, Clerk. Mvuv Fi.oyk, a pretty milkmaid at ter and the purest motives? If I should bora better ami may answer for myself j organ is iihmI the vH. the r'rbana, )., had a habit of keeping her say the Mine of you, as I believe someof ing is never so good. I am assured by money stowed away in her pretty Ixi-oyour friends have, would you not regard Before J left Kentucky in 1S.1I I had unu who did aid the song service in your but she won't do so any more. A roll me as a positive violator of the (iolden without any human society, oiganiza- - jown congregation largely and for long containing ."?S." dropped from its co.y Rule? If anything from mv tongue or tion or ouov.v witnessed about 10,000 ad- - time that besides the and I MAI hiding place the other afternoon us she pen was ever half so warlike, counting those reclaimed, and j kind feeling produced by your introduc-frowas milking the cow with the crumpled pettish, unjust and untrue as i a the denominations. In Texas, on nK the organ, the singinVhas not Wen born and the animal taking it for some large part of your reply to me, I think a close count, some three years before I 'since and is not now half so good as it tiling good ate it up at a gulp, leaving thu congregation at Downey City, Cal., left theie for California, which was in j Wllrt before and without the oigan! This II vl Mary to weep and niouin for her wealth should deal with me for detraction, 1877, 1 counted another 10,000. Since is the way it aids. It creates everywhere w hich cometh not again. and injustice and rcqtiiio t that I liavo not counted up tho mem- - "discord among brethren" and largely of iiie the best evidence of the deepest .When I gave my valedictory in jmes the singing. V. S. charges cine cent per ounce Thk repentance! p.. What you say of witfii and i;i'm ii thu Kcclesiastic Reformer in 1S50 I dis-- 1 or fraction thereof for transporting merIt. You give my position in these chandise in the mails, while it lias to words: "Kvery efi'ort the Church may tinctly stated my purpose to go as a mis- - I am inclined to pass, with onlv notic e sionarv to Texas then virtually a for enough to assure von I hnveicad it. No .carry four ounces for the Canadian gov- rightfully put forth to conveit the world ernment at the huuie price. James Vick, to Christ must be done by an individual eign field and to support myself. In scholar, I presume, understands it hi. If the Rochester seedninn and others, take congregation." You here recognize the Texas, besides the additions named, we 1'rof. MctJarvcy's exposure of your misadvantage of this by carrying their pack- Church as a whole ami each individual formed many congregations, made many take at tiiis point was not effectual, the preachers an 1 scut out many mission- few words I could oiler here would not be. ages across the lino and saving 400 per congregation as one integral pait of that ariesfrom 12 to 18 some years from our Resides, there is, I think, nil danger of cent, on their postage. Having secured the services of C. F. KSNT, a practical Watchgrand whole. For more than 40 yearn 1 .State meetings; the churches acting by any one's being deceived by it. The unSkn.vtoii Vooihikks got up from his have been largely in print and before the their messengers and so demonstrating disputed facts that the Apostles and cur- maker with many years' exparienc3, all work done with neatness efseat Tuesday and publicly apologized to Christian Brotherhood, about to this the inutility of human plans and the ef- ly christians did not use instrumental and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the fect, viz: 1 am music in the worship, when we nil know of thu divine system. the body for the violation of parliament1. Evangelists, or missionary s, went fectiveness ' ary rules and thu decorum of the Senate of their own accord. See 2 Cor. S: 7, as still trying to work on Clod's plan and they might that it was as much needed eye. in calling Ingalls a "great liar" and ap- one example. am ever ready to answer nt any proper then as it ever could be; that there was plying other opprobious terms to him. to IJro. Williams. The la- no organ in the woishii) for mine than 2. Individual congregations sent evan- tiibuual, or Ho is well satisfied that Ingalls needed gelists, as when the Church at Jerusalem bors of many others, like my own, cer- 700 years, are, I suppose, absolute proo but it should the drubbing he gave-him- , sent Barnabas to Antioch, "and much tainly show not only tho efficiency but that (iod did not want it. If it was a not have been clone within the sacred people Clod's way. "aid to the song service" none of thu an was added unto the lord." Acts the superiority of walls of the Senate. It is well known that none of these so- cient know it, after u trial, in the tem H III UN II ... .. II "III for 1,000 vears! What a . MMWW U. A plurality of congiegations united cieties weiv in existence till a recent ple worship, Hon. IIkxkv Powku., of Henderson, evangelical labors, with- pity that we cannot be contc .lit without iSSstei -- w mi.n,m rWr- "'" addresses an open letter to the people of in choosing a man to travel witii Paul. date and hence in "' .See 2d Cor. 8:111-2It seems that each out these societies, biouglitour cause to the things that the Apostles i eject er ' his district stating tlint he will not bo This leaves congregation chose a "messenger" as did its best estate. Then come these society The truth is, as I presume you will ad n candidate for Congress. persuade us that wt'i mit in a calm moment, nothing belongs Capt. Kills, of Owensboro, with a clear the Seven Churches of Asia in the inter- men and to try to n est of John in I'atmos, and mes- never did anything, that we never can to the christian worship simply because these field for the nomination unless Pojk risrigs or some other Richmond sengers met, chose evangelists, sent them In anything without a human organiza it was in the Jewish worship. Jesus put and attended to everything necessary to tion urn) must give them tho lead and everything in His worship that He wantshies his castor in tho ring. the most successful missionary wink. tlie honor of being wiser than all who ed in it; and the fact that He left any-thihave gone before them! Siieiim.vx is.known by the nickiniun This was congregational out, when He might have put it 7. Von pluinly say you 'Vee nothing in, is positive proof that He did not want of "Honest John." Men who aieso ex- in missionary work not the work of cessively honest as to have to have it an individual congregation and not butter for them tus) than to withdraw it in. His worship wus perfect without coupled with their names are tho men a human organization or society and cvase to disturb those who have a it. And if the organ was not an aid you wunlrto watch. It was "Honest as the term is now used. And it is, mind to woi k," and refer to tho condi- then, it is not now, as we have seen, ft Dick Tate" and now oli where is he? I presume, beyond dispute, that their tions of "fraternal fellowship" that I only aids a morbid desiro for something You uroright, howAnd stillvesupposcyho is us honest as work in this way was more effective propose, that you "can never, no never that is not worship. he ever was. than any work ever has been since un- yield to his tmyj terms of union," etc ever, in saying I will continue in .my U der any human plan. This was thu plan Now my brother, please look over my former und present course, "earnestly Thk State Board of Kijualization sermon again und bu convinced that I contending f(r tho faith once delivered tojnl asessctd property jntlie in the early and most successful clays of .11 ..jr..... :.... l.i. ..!... .....I .....i.l.... mi tjiivuniu this reformation. We had, like the first say not one word of this kind, or on thi j i u uiu .n.miin, i .mil ujfi'r-.uiUito$l,0S!M4:!, making the. grand total subject. This is, therefore, another of humanisms as substitutes or aids to the . . 4of the State $4l)2,isV5,i:i2, an iuci ease over christians, no human organizations then. yourwniiige imsiaKcs, tor wiiicn uioue t 1,1. iHvIiie ami perfect system, ail iinncessa- Why should wo nccd'thl'in now, seeing a.tyearof$S,002,41iO. Semi-Weekly IjiteriorJournajl fault-findin- fault-finding,'- urg-Sta- te WALTON. , ; I ' STTPPUCMHTT. , , ' Mo (Co B'CJPlLili.Y, 1 i ,n MERCHANTTAILOR AND SUMMER o SPRING GOODS, j life-lon- -- 1 1 ' i k .... l'w 1 er SIDES, SHOULDERS JOWLS. ' ar IKICtJIH'IDHHD OTA CM, of-m- at ISTHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. ' fault-finding- ," ., T. B. "W ALTO-N- sing-bnetl- y. m di-co- rd PLEASE OBSERVE -- fault-findin- m M'ROBERTSSTAGG s. A FU1L3L SOMWAOSNT i WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. 1 Coffins, gaskets. I I ROBES. JniJM 11:22-2.!-2- 4. 4. ,pil fi Lnf-foo- ng i WAX! PAPER, tend FURITIT Jag. j. !..!'. i I ... complete:stock always on hand B. K. WEiHETa v 1 V. -- k4f .1 . ' npv Tho Siipruiiio Court hn tlit imllt'o power of tin Stiito i'xUmkIr to tin. total prohibit Ion vl tin iiinnttfiictur' Halo of liijuorri or oli'timnrptiriiu withuiiH, MuntiRor or ic. c. in tho Stuti', mnl that hiicIi prohlhitlon it 11 iimttiT of li'lHlutlvu tliHiTi'tion, not Miih Tin? Young Man Destined to Rule Stankoud. Ky., May 11, 1888 Jcft to ri'vifw by thi' conrtH. Hut tht Tho Fathorland, Stiprfinu Court hiw ttlwulistiiiftly tloi-iilt'd that thin powi'r cannot bo '0 tin I'xtont of obstructing InU'rMtati-foiniuiTri- ' S05irrill.N0 A110UT IlOUI.ANCIMt. l.IOJC ' II ITi'MOrAX, by pprr-oiSUKOKON DKNTISr, from Kknu-uvSTANfOHtl, ItuportiiiK thu prohibitt'il kooiIh from Il la litll.nl of A I mint 11a SIucli In Oifi. e south side Mam, two door above Depot St State anil Hi'llinc the hiiiiii' in tin Itlliim, tlm Son nt I red-m- i i:uiiiin 11a l ori,'lnnl puokiiKi'H. It U with prohlbitt-t- l I In- Ii Sliiiiiiilnu Court llrlil ly olt'oiinirpirliiu nt lli'rllii. MEAT SHOP. ami whicky. tm with piohibik'dimport tlm linttntii-- I :m t RAMSEY'S Tho dti.on ran All Kiif'M'iiin'tin lutftwly prnctical Inter-c- l anil M'll uithor of them in tht oripual f niankiinl n iiuttwul curliis-i- t in. 111 O'L. M Laslcy'a scales and block Having ImuKlit piifkugoH in Hpito of Statu law. This iiiiMviiiint; William, tlieiviu of Kiiiuior mnl rented tlie cellar lir occupied, I "III move IU member utakfH iirohihition "a Kami1 not worth the lii nia-- t there lor the present with my meat Kti'l'Tift. aooti lm ciniwror of I in- thr place, under VatiArd.ilcstmcKrooin .iirvoyors of infoniintlon iMiulli'," iiiiU'hm all tht' Statt'H unite in it liHrtiimi) V IIAMSI'.Y II j. ix to Inn- - li'Hl ii- - mueU, ami the net r anil Coiiitri'xrt IimuIs it lulpin hanil. i uiiilfuviiit iiiiin'ion of tho St. LoiiIh Diipalfli. I'lial to wiw dufoi nieil from Mum itiuii liirtn. imvnis " ttluTMl urtii anil iluix.li-s!- i How Hk Won "ll"itViKK. -- Tin' late timid Unit lie Ik wiy liiithe iilioiit hiailo- PUHCHASINU AQENT, .Mr. llruwter'H hi'i'oiuI wife, who" iloenn't r J-- X Cotin. Intlt4ted by tho dowsjrer Emprpm AugnxUi xhortly after the death of the Lniieroi William. The cut hero given of tins cxtniunlinary court is Mild to he a faith-lil- t of thoneuuu, awl it will Ui i mvii that w hilu tho formalities of a court reception nro rlgorouslr iimiplled with the dressing t o' thu munt somber character. reprcx-iiuitKu- GERMANY'S PRIDE1 TM A KING'S DADGHTERS. ORDER. Lebanon 1871. Planing Mill, 1088. wawon, PICTJRESQUE RELIGIOUS OF THESE TIMES. - pn-vt'iitl- ' T bi-i-- r r -t 1 Kivv-u-i- vi-r- ) MISS HAKIUSON, 11 '2 ii v tl V of iliMiise, nnd, a lo bis brain, be was imj 6 J in tlmt tmxrt unhappy of all statu n little There is a Mory of two Koehester men, timernryto lie nt larjo and not quite crazy I ralnKlon Disisim I'ralns iHn by Central II me eiiouch lo be shut up nml consequently of llilnlinutoo tun hv Kast who lately went to New York on leptl capneiotu nud cnu-Main Line trains His daughters nere em time, which l owe liisur faster than ( enirnl luisineKs. It occurred to them to consult tlKiroushly nrrortilom, nnd to tbo younger AiiDliTONAI. TRAINS N... il. daily e For ?n .Mr. ('onklinu'auil they did hi at some llotieiizollems Inherit tbo cursu. ept Sunday, Irate t)lie Mill 4'4J a m; .Ml Sirr tnrn the taint has run through leiiisth. and very much to their satisfacI nj j mam. ame bcsliigtiMi J a in; arrive at inonnrThlenl linew, nnd moro tluui ono roycl ( incinnati ss Winchester il it a m. As they ro.--e to k the spokesman or duenl boiiso b:u thus becomo extinct. No 11. daily ecept aunda), lease Cincinnati tion. Fnslerlek U lllinni AlU'rt Victor (Mich is j vi p m, i.csinfiun 5 jj p in, arrive .mi terimc said: ".Mr. Conklini;, we thank you for 711pm; Olive II ill ia y m '.'?, your advice, which i.s very valuable to bis lull tinniei nK born Ian.noun, IS.V.I, and S'u. j.dait), leave Chflnn Forge at 7 mi a m, wn nluentetl nt Cawll nnd lie uas Charleston IJ y p m, airise Ashland J 49 p m, us. Whenwep-- t home we will send rntluy feeble in early life, but by military ColnmH 11 17 pm No. ft, daily lease Ashland 7 lu a m. arrive at you a check for 'hOO." "Oh, no, gentle-111011training has pi mil ttrrugth. In 1SS1, when ChatltttiHi ii jj am, Clifton l'ar-7 ) p in said the "don't do but : yearn old. h ninrried tho l'riucvss Pullman Sleeping Cats on all thraiijgh train , of Old Dominion Meamshlps leave Nmlatk mi I am only too happy to be of serTuesday, Wednesday. rhiiMday and Satur that. honiu Uru Mny 3, 1S00, aud they bavo S ark, slay at 6 js p m (r New vice to you, and make no charge. You four children, born cj fo!Ion-- : Frederick I or 1kVh, Kales. Infnimatinn, etc.. apply at tlliain. kmjii lo bo crown prince, MayC, arc ipiite welcome; but when I do charge, ticket nitre nr address lb-- i! W C WICKIIAM, II. W r'UI.I.KK, July 7, ls.S;i; Adalbert, July my fee is $.,00. -- Rochester Union. (ien'l I'ass'r Agl. Receiver 14. IsM. August UMIIam, Jnn, ill, lsS7. ifo ia mtlicr plain featured, aud not Hi The projio-e- d C'onsiitiitionul ainend-met- it nt nil gracious in demeanor. irohibitiiiK the imputation, manln the paternal sfdo tho family record n ufacture and mIo of !iiiiurin the 1'nited to tw conspicuous with that surly ho kuock'isl bis wifo nnd datiBhtor Slates will bo repotted favorably by the don with bis heavy and knobby cntic, Uat r. Senate Committee on ICducation and c ami imprisoned Iim sou. nftursvnnl (iitAHs There is not muilidaiiKer that it the Great, nml rcpcaUslly threatened will be heard from apiin, iiuIcks some of lnm ihvith, nnd who was sxj brutally frank THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE tho sainted brethren in the amen cor- and plain sftoken that his bet qualitleaap-- r uiiicli llkn other nicu'a worst. Illsbou, troiti ner improve this opportunity to make Hie great Fmleriok, wujia llttlo He CENTRAL KENTUCKY capital with the rapidly inrroa-diij- : class wa oxtrcnw-lfond of argument, but ns ho I call Points of voters who are opposed to all forms of bail n playful babit of collaring and kicking civil, lelipotis and personal liberty. -- nnv one whocSisagreetl w.tll him It was, us .dunre said, "iiupossfblo to discuss with n Louisville Commercial. man wlio had such owerful arguments and won' aiich heavy lxxt." We can utiiler-staifOf the '.0,(H)0 Indians in the United therefore. Just what tho Urrinnn FAST MNE BETWEEN States, SO.00O y wear eitien.-- ' clutli-iiimean w hon they ay of tbo crown priinv, complete; IW.IXK) more in part; 40,IK) "He is oue of tho old lloheurcllerns " LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. they liko him, Ih.v;ium3 ho Is And read and use the lauuno in soldier yet 1I saks with sneeringa born conthu trait-actiof their hiisiucr-.- aud tempt of i!ngli!i tradei's, nud tiviita his hCHI.Dl I.F IN IHH I NOV i,. their number is rapidly iiiereasinu; :!!, mother with undisguised rudeaeKS. she Mag KtiglUh. His uulliial cotidiiL-- t was ki note-liotVil families are now em.'ap'd in agriculNo , No 4 No 6. befoio the eld Kniperor William's ture, and 7,7tl" are deflnitely occupied in SaulhlWiiiiid. Daily '"' !,un K. Sun. civilized pursuits. Thoio are t,07t) tiiiith that the grandfather denounced it in His father ivproaehed uiiviring tiTti'.s. l.ve PonIhrIoh .. 8 jii a ml 8 t p m j to p in houstiK oivupioil by Indians, of which linn bitterly lor seeking thu inierinl ower uii i) ji l,e r.ilnmiilh,. .. 10 oj u m'lo 14 jp mi j jj p m 11 04 w , yi p m 1,975 wore built by thorn as far back as while that lather lay Muk. "You," IiokiIiI, t.voCynlhlaiM 11 40 !'0 io Arr lari in 5 m p in "aie tho only ono who np)xp to bo Arr Lexington it w) p win yt jijin ftioj p in tho year 1SSI. ot my speedy death. And on have lUrla in, Hi 55 p in 5 to p m 5 dnreil to siienk nnd toaet as If I "erealieady T, Aiun-tern A.nii, nc p in Arr Wluihctor.. la jj p mn 1 p m Irietrievalily loU You have giM-- nn a 01 p W 'Arr lliclunuiid. 7 JU p hi sttiticlan Una obtimntud that :i,0iH),0C0 I'lo of au ambition muse mcrcilcvi nud 5 An I.nncuter.. 6 m p ml Art Stanford. Hut thereby you liave lost much io p ml men in llii? country jjot shael at a bar717. J of p ml I.vt Kitlimoml ber nliop three times a week. Ho says ot me ciinlidenco of the court nnd of tho Arr llereo j 10 p nij Tho samo.evening, farArr l.cmwloii . . 5 45 P '"j that this means an expenditure of IV) mer says, at dinner, when tho reportlifted William ceut.-.- a week, or$l.i.(HI a year for each In- - la.sa and wild, "I hopo for your speedy No. , .Vs. i. i. X0.5. mail, or for the tt.OOO.lMX) Sl.'i.iiOU.OOO an- nud complete convaleseenee,'' tlm' father ' sjieaH tho truth'" Tito l.ve l.iviniivton .. Sw a m nually. To this he should add a con- al.iil "Do youami his mother and sisters 10 35 silout ., I.vc llorea priiieii siderable Mini to account for the numer burst into tears. 4j a m Arr Kichnionil .... l.ve Statifnrd .. .. 7 n n in ous l.Voont shaves tho ruling price in l.ve l..incater ... 8 in u m The present days of grief Hermany hnvo the West. Chicago Herald. 11 m a mi Arr Kichnionil, bkkii pr'Nluetiro of many tioin-ssneero- p in 6 45 a ii .,.,77777.77.7! Richmond..,. 3(1 l.ve a Jj p inj Tho Philadelphia Times aptly says: If Air Viiicheter jj a p m 8 ao 3 Jj Arr I'aria tho Aiueiican boy i.s to havu tho chanee I.vc Lexington P m 7 j a in 3 en p in 3 i I.vc I'arin "i 3 40 p m 8 3" jo p m ho isontitled to, tho way must be clear- .sHI5ll il - j w ' . ::?u..x. - -. il ifl t.s iva 8 59 a in 4 30 p m I.vc Cynthiana . 4 06 p eil for him, first by teaehinj,' him that all ah j jj p I.vc Kalmnuth.... 4 51 p m 10 03 a 6 en p m 11 35 a in 0 50 p m honest work is honorablo and Arr Covington. that tho life of a thrifty mechanic i.s to be preferOn the MavivIIIc llranch, No. 9 leaves 1'arii at 8 j j, a m ami No. it, at j so, p m, arriving at red to that of a half starved dude, or Mayivllle at 104J, a m, aud 740, p m. No. 10 ieavca Maynvlllc at 5 jj, a m, arriving at I'ani at doctor or a lawyer without practice. 815, am. No, j Ieavca Mayiville at IJ to and W.fo (to husband, in thu grocery busiarrive at I'arii at 3 10, p in. Thcte traini are dally except Sunday, ness) "John, 1 do you wish you would No. ij leave Lexington 8 p in, arrivea 1'arW 8 41, p m. No, 8 leave Covington 4 50, p m, ar- join tho church and become a christian rive Valnioutli 6 50, p m. Mo. 7 leave halniouth You promised mo you would." Hus6 no, a m, arrive Covington Boo, am, DAILY EXCKl'T SUNDAY. band "I know I did, Maria, and I will; NOTK. Train 3 anil 4 are dally between Winto work ofl'that ntock of machester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other other but I've ?ot train are daily except Sunday. ple mijjar ilrst. I'm no hypocrite." Direct connection la made at Winchester with New York Sun. Chctapeake & Ohio Tor Mt. Slcrliug, Ashland, l'kltarfcJ.phla New VcV in 1 11 a in a m ft 10 a in the widowed daughter of bin old friend, Robert J. Walker, In pur Would thai. ktiilly uhclt )mr p.Uronaue of the Treasury. She had 7 chalnk' for people outside (( the city, in any Imt I YKr to ot Dry floods, Millinery, Notion dl KmU,vl( heiwlf after her father'n death iw all kinds, Furniture and l arpcl. prcial-tWedding Outfit ami .MiHirnlittf Oooils a elerk in thoTri-aiutDepartment and iiUii "hapcriin" Ladies visiting Clncliin.iti Ilrst rifirencc gucn was a very beautiful woman. The word shopping or sIkIiI seeing Charges reasonable Telephone Ln whieh Mr. llrewtter in wtid to have isTitrht her hand ate eertainly not of the man: "You are Newport Ncvs & Miss.Valloy Co. beautiful, dear madaiue, and I am but it will not be the llrnt Inwlanie of the matin;; of beauty and the beaut, VILTOIIIA WU.MAM. ! and althotiuh you may never love me, formltv nml nudly IiimiIHhI, that he tin i In oiieenr, mid ttmt hi you mIiiiII never regret marryinj; me." It KMi.tiiloii" )t4-iis abnormal, nre Uul enough, KhiihihI w.wa happy tiniuii, for Ir. Ilrewcter lint not PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINSJtit nlijis-l- of reproach. Hut tlmt w,ls di'votedly attatrhiid to his home, l n the womt type, openly and it it to be feared that he did w hat he dfllnnt of liH futlicl's "Wlien nnd l till to hi moth r. nml diimil to U To Witshinuton, Richmond and eoiild --to Hpoil an only nou, who survives mid cruel, nrv the ilarlt Omaha llendd. him. filaclinrneler Add tlmt bo Roe Old Toint Comfort. 9 O llisinnrr-llilm'lf In hi ilemaixU for lterords of btdldiit UHwM'iatioiiH that nn luinienau militnr) syt4ui nml n is, MH'ielie-- for enabling liking for war utui nrlik tnitbtxl. to -- date mnl it lx plnin tlmt UiriuanyV future ia To Louluvllo and Glnullnnutl. build or pitrilutH' dwellinK-houi-eMiuieubut (iroblomntlcal. baek k faras 17SI in IlirminKhnm, "lo nn Anwrlcnn it m n muI nnd rtnxngo Cmino tin ilirrct for all pointi in the The iiiiiiiIht mnl root nf Ikhik'.m thuiR that n uholn nation abouM Ut mode AND built depended upon the numlx-- of niixiou nnl all Knrow by thu WEST NORTH-WEShares owned by the rmbwriber. The Milinrltieit of onu yount; tnan. but nsthey SOUTH-WESil not learn to tin without berolltnry rents of the houses were paid to the inon.irvlis tbiiv mat mkr thu evil with the (;, ..I if iiiorn t nny rooiL Ami Wllliryn nVj " treasurer of the building "V... 4. by" Ina poeulinritivx, most lanv I.'iuds iuteinii'd for huildiui; purtHes Vnme hotit-tl- y in rrrm r no ij, I;. Dally Ki. Sun. wen-laiout in lots, bid for by sub- of tliuin lieitu; of the kindonwinch uiHv uno ami take ehVct tbo next. He l.ve IvmshviIU ) lu i m 6 jo a rn scribers and let to them on e "tnkea tsnrlt." n tho wetern ptoplo mj- of Air Leslnctsm. M I'"" il j a in m a en " W hlte sulphur Springs. it Inheritnnce irbicli scicntlsu - CharVulta.ilU; VMJm.it i I to p m II 40 a n. leases. .Member paid monthly dues. tlmt eeiillar Ilia prandmoHier Augustn Tas rnlliilnviMii. jim " Klehimtml. ....... f im a in jo p m A eoinmitteeof management waseleited n cmndilnustiteT of Maria I'miloutia, onoof Vewpatl New n p m annually. The utimbei of building soin it p ni Old Point OmUit three ilnusbtern of "Cmy Paul," the czar it o a m 7 a Narfnlk. P ni cieties iniw existing in Knland is well II who wan trmupled to ilivitli in bis iliO) by " Washington I Jj p 9 4 n fo rw n of bu loving subjects. Paul ' lUlinnore jj p m on to three thousand, with funds and il i pin wuh See-rotar- Hotel Emory, - - - Olnolmmtl, 0. Hiirvive him, y up-port- Sl m I hid-euii- Chesapeake & Ohio iiltit-tlot- i - EAST h"- - iltxn-spec- ilicta-torln- tlii-n- e y ; CJeii. HoL.urijer I tbo gn-n- t iiinn of tho hour in I'ari. lor lie linn apealel to the ps-pliind tlie I'axeehs-Us- l him iunloputj;froin Dordogno by fi'.'.V.is votci to :k?W given" to St. Clerjounie. tho Itepublican. Hut uccsirdlng to tbo peculiir system of French rrpuwntation, lie has Usn voUsl for in iitliei depart incuts, so his majority is to UUOOO. and bo comes back to i'urlstho Wo say hero of the hour. couqueriii "comes liaek,' but it is only in tho olitical seuxii, fin it Isniiotlier oddity of the French system that a man need not llvo in tho ills trirl lie rcpiesctits, nnd, nnu matter of fact, liimlaii(,ei did net even visit thu department in which the vote was nearly unanimous for him It Is JtiM us if Gen. Oratit in IStfJ hnd npenleil to Illinois, nnd been eleebsl to eon gruvs by two cr tluvo disti ictJi. "Hut 'twas n fiouoiiH victory " It is inketi to mean thut tao MH)pli iiulorM) his former vigorous ml ministration or tho war duKirttueni, nud espeeiallj his brutally frank statement that be exjiectcd un early war with Germany, nnd lliteuilisi to Iw fully prepared for It, For that htntenient thu couwrvntivo administration put him out nnd down, Now ho is up rignin. 80,000 people turtiod out to cheer his passage from tho Hotol du Louvre lo thu eiiamlx-of the nasembly, nnd so the timid cabinet ofllcers are "ull of n tremble.' ns they say in Paris. ilities of that mercurial The present capital tiro wonderfully like thoso of Ixnilsi ana were from ISTO u 1877, they are much the same sort of copli an tho Orlentmis. nnd Of an- - in n condition even more uutnbla course, nn ovation iu whicn NJ.OixJ (xHiple look part could not end without a light, but the njri- - authorities bad their arrange uients so well made that only a dozen or twenty (ssjple were knocked down. A day )r two later tho students ot thu Qnartier tntin mndii a big demonstration against Houlanger and cnrrnsl things with n high hand till they reached a market squaro wlrsre tho butchers iet on them, anil the o Conv-rvntlvbO,-Ur Any Wo nun Cnn .Tnlii In the and Unit Dollic; ft for Ten Cents j I'ijaa'jmMmmmi flood to (Ireat Work of Her 1'cllfiw C'renl- - lire. Perha tho most wonderful religious or A OKU' I T, Proprietor, I.i'.ll N )N, RY ganizntfon which has ever sprung up in this country Is that of the "Ivlng'9 Daughters." I) rs, Sih, lllinds, Krame, C aslnj-- , llase Mol'1 Iu members already nuinbcr about 40.000, ing M. nllct Urn. ket, I tm m, St iirs, Newel. and nro increasing nil tho tinio. It is won Ilalustcrs, Veruid.is, St ire Pr m, Snelving, rn jj;. Siduu, niiilcrs, Shinttlc. Laths. derftil, becaiihu it is so simple. It contains Itniigh anil DreM:u Lumber. no long drnwti out codo of ethics, and its Send for pritis bcfuiv bujing elsewhere. simplest precept is the golden rule. The Hotto of this order Is "In His Nnmo," nnd it (geed and Sale Stable, aieniis that any member shall "lend a hand" X her fellow creatures w hen necessary The den was in a meusiire suggested by Hilwurri Everett Hale in bis book "Ten Times Ono is Ten." i?' Vsl Tho liook nlso contained the mottoes, which he gave to the world. Look up and not down; Js s,iU!mmgy Look forward nud not back; ""lxik cut aud not lu. and ai,n..ifigi 'mi ..aXi.a Leud a tiauJ. ' W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Tho society of "The King's Dnugh Sers" was Ilrst startco in New York LONDON, KY., iu IhhO tiy Mrs, Bottoma Ten Indies (ood turii'iuts and saddle horses nlwuy for hire met to consider how thev could give on re.ison.ihlj London Is the most convenmoro help for ient point on the railroad to rcich places in the good by uniting in the imiuntain section of the State 10 together than by each to . ''rTrs.TKtKrr work separately t ? They adopUsi the 10x1 IU Kiwi, nud called their bund aim CmcAco ft"' Tfe- -' King - "twAiS'Si " The.) Daughters choso for tholr badge a little pur pie ribbon, to Ik? worn either with Leaving lloih or without the Maltose cross, nml HADOK OKKI.NO'S DAUOII LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI TEK8. adopted the lend t Daily. Stcurc to Tr.ivelers u hand Their mottous pnuted nbovo. watch won! was "In His Name." Each branch of the society ichapterJ consist of at least ten memliers, nnd the general society includi-- s all branchuM. Anything, however Kver attempt; 1 between the great commercial small or simple, that hels another human on the Onio Kiver and Chicago, being lo lie better or happier is projer work citie fastest time and most comfort iMe and hence the trains befor "The King's Daughters," and every tween all points in the South, or to the West and 1 he counterpart of this train on all Northwest. branch may Ui left to cIioomi s lines special work, to location nnd cir- trunksuperb is denominated The Limited Kxpress rolling stock we employ give the patrons cumstances. Each ten uiay organize anil Unlimited Comfort nor-ail Coupon Ticket Offices in the South elect ofllcers, though this is not essential lu so small n lutly There is nothing of a secret jou will find our time tables and tickets. Say Moget Mor.on and stick to Monon, il you want society choraeter ubout tho organization, but tion, to sale money and base a pleasant journey. not even the Masonic ign mei'ls n readier k. o. Mccormick. General Passenger Akciii, Chicago recognition than tho tiny silver Malt-.cross City Ticket Agent and Officer: with thu initials I. IL N or tho significant E. A HiCkNKK, 117 ith Ave., Loutssillc, Ky. bit of purple ribbon iu the button hole wins I. M.Tokkkncs, ij? Vine t , Cincinnati, Ohio. for its enrer. Tho significance of wearing this" cross U that its owner luu adopted the motto Into her daily life, that "In His Numu" she Is willing to serve any other woman, stranger or friend, w hercver, whenever unit however she may; that she recognizes practically her sisterhood LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE with nil other women, that any reasonable request mado her "lu ills Name" will be RAILROAD. readily granted. The Great Mrs. Hottome is tho president of the ecu tral council. Mrs M. U Dickinson, of SiO West Fifty-nintstreet. Now York, is tho nnd to her all applications for the To The establishment of chapters should be nd dressed. The fee of membership is only ten cento, thus bringing it within tbo means of the poor, though not limiting tho contribuWith tions of the rich. Perhaps the object of the order nre best stated by Mrs Dickinson in C 1 hmxy, v 3J& a trying 'The v&&:r?KittZ2&tfSiilZl ''-- LTrJ it-- V A NEW FAST MAIL WEST T T. II bn-- s tint-n- general rabble coining to the hitter's tlio awist-nnco- , s 11 Ijik-lan- r -- asnot-iation- . i d were soundly nud hatisfnctorily whaled All this, thu reader should understand, turns on thu question be tmvn Itadical and Conservative Republicans, tho war irty of Houlanger nnd tho peace imrty now in power, with President Sadi Cji mot ns its bund. As tho word Houlanger means "laker" tho w Its of Paris make many Kish.ih!o Jolavs about thu butchers' Mjpport of him. Gen Houlanger visited tho Unlteil States in Ibisl ns head of tho military cnilmssy THE MOST RAPID ROUTE thei-efor- e g -- . lon-tim- - . 3 ! 1 7 the French army at the Yorktown centennial, nud with him were tho most prominent descendants of Ivifnyctto and llochaiubeau, CoL Uosson, tho Count de NualMes, JIarquls do Lestrode nnd tunny others. After the ceremony at Yorktown -- - 4 V i. Ml 11 tuiiM OJi!iHLl"' ' ' ' ' ' " " " I I I.I i ILo t& Ma et W1 V' i:!'',:liil h THROUGH TRUNK LINE. SOUTH & WEST Louisville To Nashville, ," I Vie-Uiri- Mon-slap- V be-pl- KentuckyCentralR.R. "iiiaii: uoitii. Fred-tsrie- Li-bo- Fred-crtei- nqmu. &4s.v.mszjng t. p-- to-ila- K ,;. on s ' . . ii le 11 -- ex-ur- n . . . . N'nilh-ltui'll- 111 s M j 1 itoou. Gen. Houlanger nuuounced nn Intention to visit Canada "that Canada which remained faithful to the manners utid language of the moier country." Fretiob diplouints in America represented to him that It would lie "inconvenable imprudent," nfter having nssistis! at a celebration of n defeat of the English, to go in tho character of a Freuch general to visit nn English provinco. but he tuok tho responsibility nnd was most cordially received. A great banquet was given in Ins honor at Montreal, presided over by the governor of thut province. Also u right royal feto on the old battlefield of Wolfe and Montcalm near Quebec, Tho tact of t:en. Houlanger and tho eloquent fitness with whjch ly sjioko assured him a "boom" on his return to Paris, nnd wns practically tlm of his xliticnl leadership. Wo present n view of tho ,genernl in tils room nt the Hotel du Ixmvre, copied from a largo picture prepared for Ij Monde Hlus-trAll of Paris, by the artist Tiret Hou-- t. the halls near Ills room nro crowded daily with would be visitors, not ono in ten of whom can securo access to Jiim, nnd w lien he npears in public his progress is a continued ovation. His wipporters cry "Vive Boulnn gtf !" and utter untrntislatablo crha agaihst tin "German cabinet" uneaniug the cabinet while tho which refuses to studenti) yell "Vivo la rcpublfquel Down dictator!" nnd then they fall to with t! breaking each other's heads like good AU this time tho more prominent h.i, ki lei's of tho two factions nre hurling at each other such fierce epithets as make our old cries of "Copperhead" and "Nigger and duels thier' Ms-- like little French duels are pronro quite uutuciuu. verbially safe ntTairs, except, as Mark Twain tells ui, "when the combatants catch cold," but there have been some painful exceptions. Thu ltotert do Fancomiel had a rapier run through his arm the other day, ami Count de ICuliri'.n received a thrust in the breast which IlOULANREn IN HIS hoantl-Gvrmanr baud, tens may - formed without adopting the onler's chosen name IJic-- tea may organize aud elect ofllerrs, but in so minll a body it Is not essential The one wbo forms a ten should keep a list of members and Hues of work, aud such Interesting fcnum-aud incidents as mark the growth and purpo-ii- r the branch It Is cuutrury to the spirit of so elastic an organito detim- - the routiue of what each ten stall zation do These points each must settle In accordance w Ith It own conditions. The same suggestion would not be helpful to ull branches, and any thut may arise in the practical working or a bruueti ma)' be addressed to the secretory Tho secretary, Mrs. Dickinson, receives nnd files tho vast number of letters whieh come I u the shape of inquiries mid reports, nud an attempt is being mndu to orgaulzotho society Into state nnd chapters and to preparu from t.it-s- letters somo cinssl-tiereport of the worU accomplished. These plain are not yet ioiTeeled, but as soou ns they aro they will lo pven to th'i order nud ixplatncd by tboso uuthorizod to those wish lug to join the ordr. is auother society which haa Tlie giiiwu out of tho King's Daughters, and emlKsiios the sviuie idea Tho two orders are, however, souiow hut dttlerent lu their momicr of w ork. u no-mtloiis e d IICT.4 AMI IIKI.PS Koll TI!K flUPKn. TIIIX klMI'S nalllHTCKU Each branch eouslsu of at least ten members gem-m- i The society ineludns alt branches. Any woman may fonu a braucb by uniting cine women witti herself for Jolat eCfort In dotug other good. liich branch may choose Its special work. Any tLlng. bowevei mnall or bliuple, that helps on other Human to tie better or happier U proier vinrk for the llauRhters of the KIiik There should te fruciueut nns-Ung-s of each ten, at such Inters als us they may choose Such MinuM open with a passage of Script urv meetings oru hymn and pmter should be giveu of tlie good accoiupllslied. and plans for future work dLscussnl, Whatever special work may tw done, all nrancheit have the common work of Increasing the number of tens Kiery member of n leu may form any number of tens Oue may tw tht King's DaiiKbteruad uuite with no ten On the other Irlemphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, ' Little Rock, Mobile and New 0rlean3. On!) on! chrti.e to J nil ARKANSAS t & TEXAS. Casaaaslwass a v k v s. EMIGRANTS Caal ino li.smaa nnl ids- tins nf oils Fvnl isilt nvva '"e no!iv till- till- - u niu s sjbii A'c or write to acent nt tin Company for peiul rates. rate, Si route C.P A1MOKK (i. I T. A., oidi Ky fwl ijjy THAT FIGHT St Louis, Prop'r M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, list'd In the U. S. Court defeats J. 10, H.Zcilin, Prop'r A. Q.Simmons Liver Kegulator, Jist'd by Zeilin i96U. M. A. S. L. M. has for it sear oh cured Indigestion, Hiliousnks C.F.Simmons. Tho Original Wins. v m 1 V 11, iieams, 1'astor.M. K. iicv. " IChurch, Adams, Tenn., writes: "1 simiiK 1 snouiu nave Dccn aeaa out lor your Genuine M. A. Sim mons i.ivcr iMeaicine. 1 nave sometimes had to substitute "Zedln's stuff" for your Medl-cinbut it don't answer the lCflfflrj purpose." 1 1- Appetitx, Soen Stomach, Ktc, - IIYSPErslA.SlCK ilCADACIIE.LOSV l'e,r) I III 1 xjl 111 111 . 111 111 111 . p yisisTri8i .- m ( is Ilk ly to prove fntaL Young Kochofort, of the ConummUt, or Itadical, editor, "pinked bis man" while lighting in faor of Rottl mger. Of course, tl- -j popularity of tho gene.-a- l. still more his tbeutrical Kiing, has ouended siuno of his former nines, aud the . t:i iv" v a' 1 V' Huntington, Charlestan, W. Va. and haitern cities Nos. 3 and 4 run via WinchesFAST LINK An expert armed with a Maxim gun ter, Solid train with Pullman Sleeping Cars, beminutes. Cinrinuili and Richmond, Va., and Win- can tiro !t,000 Hhots in tween chester and Washington. baggage checked to any What an uproar two eontendinj; annies Through ticket and destination reached by n railroad. of 100,(XK) men eau'h, IIiIiik Muxlin ,uns, For full particular address any agent of the Co. would make, 'lhere would bo over 1,- S. F. II. MORSE, I). A. FKKLKY, Traveling I'ass'g'r Ant., Oen'l I'ass'g'r Ant,, 0(K),0tX) rillu rejiorts every second, and Covington, Ky. Lexington, Ky. km hues auouhta'h mouuninu COL'HT. tho probability in that somebody would ILK, IIUNTINUTON, (Jeneral Manager. mouiun. none of which exceeded m ititerest OonOfflcoa, Covington, Kentucky. et hurt. probably the court of mourning (Trauer shown in this article iu Lo Paris, edited by Cha.ios Laurent; I guilty of not having known Den. (ill today, I plead guilty or bavins been, w I landed. imtrlotlcaJly reserveil touard him. Yehterdav I saw, lieanl and uuderstooiL 1 saw a man eat r the Ballades Beaneex at the chamber, suiin nun low forehead, a falso look nud a farced smile, vbo at a rliosen uionient took a algtt neat aud exbibiteil hluu-el- f to the whole assembly, especially to the publie In the galleries, l for horn ho tilled his seat, 1 liave ibis, linse heard and rood all this, and I soy one muse be blind or an accomplice doit not to uuderstoud the aim of the man, wbo calls tdmsetf a patriot shove all thing. they manifest h slight displeasure Is feil Dou-lang- .r elht Itussla'a liallwnr Accidents. The Russian court ar severe In dealing; out punishment for railway accidents. Tho court at Odessa hoa sentenced tho local director aud the engineer of the Steam Train-wa- y company there to three, months' Imprisonment and to pay i compensation ot 60,000 rubloa for an accident which occurred oo that line. Chicago Herald. How I.oooniiitlve Ale Nnmed. "Locomotives," said tho railroad man, "aro of toner numbered than named nowadays. The great trunk lines of tho country uumbcr their engines, but soma of tbo New England hues still continue to both name aud number. Ijocallticsaru conciliated by naming engines utter them, und tuo directors feel flattered of course to sesi their names mi majestic express or monster Height engines. Then there are Individuals locally influential whom tho corporation wishes to please, and they nro honored.- .Sometimes these men nro '1:1 kers,' and the road doesn't liko to be kicked, and names thu locomotivo to soften their asjieri-tieHut as 1 said before, you've uo idou of tho number of letters nud the many forms of pressure exerted, tioiiii) man who owns some pleasuro resort on tho road wants ita name put on a locomotive as un advertisement of that place, and an bis interest Is a good deal the road's Interest, bo yctierully has his wuh gru tilled. "There Is n sort of unwritten custom for localities nnd individuals to give cIjk'Ics or ornaments to thu engines named after them Different roads have dlirerunt ideas nnd method. The Providence names its shifting engines after characters In Dirkens, suggestive of qualities that will be called into play. Then is the 'Paticks,' Miat goes about putting; the Micawber, that waits for something to turn up, etc. The Eastern road ouco ran on Shakespeare some y ears ago, and gave its machines such names us Coriolauus, King Lear, Othello. Macbeth. Tempest. Hamlet, etc.. thus making its trains propaganda ot Shakoapouro study. Uustou, Trauavriut. s. Ml tfPTwtV V l&tttixt. Mem nhl. Tenn. savs: received a nackaire of vour Liver Medicine, and have used half of It, It works like a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator and cer- tainl) r no more 01 Scum's mixture. n 1 rr n-n- T?.it., t-- T a ai "" A'V!asK3l,. I "iaf t it" sT5Et- - Kleeunt lurniture, sharp r.ubr.s and experienced wurkmen make inv TniiMirlal Artist Rooms the foremost in this pirtof the State Hair cultlni;. sluviiiR and sli.iiipooinc done iu the latest and most linpro l style. My special attention wilt beciven tn Ijilies .11 d chililien 16 JKSM. J. Tl OMI'.sON, Stanford, Ky. st-i- w . il J M1 Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal A OR UNDER Th&.Tln'lUinff of t. CLOUD: CLEAR1NGHIM3LF and Absorbing Story Grout Crime. BY JENNIE DAVIS BURTON. t " Well, 111 (otriMru CTtAITniJ IX. j'ou bnvc the luck of getting" into scrimmages, llurtt Take my arm uml I'll help you home. I'vo just been there to make a friendly call on you, bu t got tircil wait Ing and was coming away when I heard tho rumpus. Blest if it don't seem as if Providcueo was sotting me to keep a sort of ft watch over you, so hr.ng fust to your guardian nngcl, my boy you'ro doing ;iretly well and now, here wo nrol " The pollco had not rounded to tho call for them, ami there was nothing for Norris to do but to accept tho aid proffered him. His landlady opened tho door, and started back at seeing Ins white faeo. She cast a quick, suspicious glance at his companion, und uttered a scream us Nori is reeled and sank into ono of tho hall chairs, his head falling back. ".Stop that and bring mo somo water," ordered Ingot, sharply. He fumbled for his own pocket-flas- k and put it to tho young man's lips. By the time Mrs. Bates got back with the water Norris was showing signs of returning consciousness; in a moment moro ho sat up. "It's tho lo3s of blood, I suppose,;' he said, faintly. "Bleeding! Why, so you are. This coat sleeve Is soaked. Scissors," to tho landlady. "Got any one to send, for n doctor I Oh, you can telephone. Well, that's better. I'll inanngo to stop tho bleeding a littlo till bo gets here." Ho applied a ligature abovo tho wound, drew it tight, and afterward helped tho young man up to his room. "I wouldn't advlso you to movo moro than ia necessary," said he, "but you may as well get there one time as another. I wonder tho rase.'.ls waited that cut on your arm; s'poo you wcro ablo to help yourself a little, thought" "Yes, it was aimed at my heart. They meant to llnlsh me. ' "Pshaw, now! What for, do you suppose! Robbery!" "I do not know. I have not had time to think. It. w.w certainly not worth their while if that was their object." "Well, don't talk," cautioned Ingot, but Norris was lieut ujxiu ascertaining all the was gone; his facts. His KX'lcet-boo- k watch, an inexpensive, silver one, wns safo iii his pocket; his necktio was torn and tho pin missing. "Were goln regularly through you when I frightened them oil," observed Ingot, at this summing up. "Here is your doctor. I'll just v.uit for what he says, and then tako myself off." Ho was as good as his word, after rendering some nobistaucc to tho physician in dressing the wound. Afterward, Norris was given a composing draught and left in tho charge of Mrs. Bates, but ome worry ing thought hud como to keep sleep from his eyes. "Did that gentleman wait long, Mrs. "Yc3, sir1. Two hours, quite. That Sally showed him up, aud I never knowed it till he was going out. I just run up then to seo as all your things was safe, not knowing what ho might be, and it give mo such a turn to seo him come in afterward with ycu that way." "Ho was here in my room!" "Ye3, sir, which I told, Sally sho never oughtor do. but ho asked to come right up, and somo girls that dumb They're tho worrit oT one u life, Mr. lierginuti, that's 1 AND I'LKASUnn. BC8ISV this Is u pretty go I Seems to mo X 1 lUtes!" ; i i over the impression that there was something f inictcr hidden beneath this would-b- o friuiidliuct-of tho He was glad he had lieu a carrying that fugitive scrap of paper in his jiocket-bool.which had been stolon from him. Ho was willing to bear his own loss, whlih was not great, rather tbau it should fall m tho hands of ono whom ho felt to bo a secret enemy of tho Childcrs. Ho was restless mid feveiish the next day, and though ho rose and dressed with the assistance of the chore-boy- , he wis glad enough to take to a lounge, where ho put lu two or three- doya of such misery as men experience when kept indoors, without being so desperately ill as to take their thoughts from outdoor things. Undo Amos came, determined to carry hiin homo to the cottage, and was only deterred by the doctor's declaration that ho was better off without a change. As Norris persisted that ho was in no need of nursing boyond tho care ho got from Mrs. Bates, thu elder Bergman camo and went daily uutil his nephew began to mend. There hud been something on Uncle Amos' mind meanwhile, but now ho got it s book-keepe-, What had Hiram Ingot Iwen doing In his room for two hours. Norris wondered, as ho lay with his oyes closed Ho could not get sure." off. if i k & 1 I. f Norris! I don't despair of seeing you in high as I'inkerton yet. This attack shows that you havo made progress, at any rate." "In what way, Uncle Amos!" "By making tho rascals so afraid of you that they're willing O run tho risk of an attempt to put you out of tho way. Of course, U was tho express robbers who mudo the assault on you. Tlioy know you'ro en their track: they havo made up their minds that you'ro a dangerous enemy, so took that means of getting rid of you, but they're not apt to try it ovor again, for they know that tlno will put ou on your guard. You'ro not as l:ocu .0,1 think you if you don't follow this bus'uess up and mako it a step toward unraveling that mystery. ' His uncle's view of the case did not seem wholly improbable to Norris after ho had turned it over in his mind. Though his part in apprehending Abraham Stono had come about through incident, it mljdit scorn to tho gnugto have been thu lesult of successful espionage. This would ho probablo if there was collusion between them and Ingot. Morris was inclined to think that tho latter had played a part when ho came upon tho scene with tho policeman that night; ho had gono the length of Imagining mat ingot mignt navo jweii rHono s coin-- 1 paniou, on tho lookout for "papers," while tho coarser rufllan eovoi ed his movements by stripping tho house of its valuables. Against this was tho fact that there was certainly no collusion between tho men who had attempted his lifo aud tho bookkeeper. Thinking of It made his 'head actio, and ho turnod his face to tho wall, trying to put the whole matter out of his mind. Ho J say you would get on tho right Have you any moro conlldciicu now' in the future I have marked out for you, "Didn't track! ' ' i YOUNG FOLKS' COLUMN. dropped Into a dream-hauntesleep, In mo to this holo simply to mako that proposi- There's many a slip,' and dead folks an 'DLINKY" MORGAN. tion to mo. Keep yoursolf to the business Botuotiuios as contrary as living ones which tho murderous ruffian appeared wearing Lyman Guilder's faco, whilo Ingot which It will bo 'greatly to Inj ndvnutnga found to havo changed their minds ut the INTERhold back tho arm with which ho was try- to heer,'" tho last quoted n trlllo scornfully tastmlnuto. Your affairs are settled -past Rkrtrh of tli Crime of Ulilrh lln Vm MATTERS THAT NOT ONLY from nn und mestege any chnnco for that, aren't they! Bj- the ing to strike. Convlrtrd ut Itnrrmm, O. EST DUT INSTRUCT READERS. A rustle of silken garments in the room which had been placed in his hands that way, was it this rulativo of yours who so They are trying to get n now trial for j lately shufilcd off the mortal coll who lofta nndthosouud of voices aroused him. He day "nilnky" Morgan nt Enwima, O. The iiiur-- ' I hi' Unuilri ill I'lills of Tcrnl, Uliu "Hush!" warned tho other, with a glance clear quarter of a million to his native Statu dor started up to see Carol Childer stand smilu hleh he been eon Ictcd occurred ing near him, white a fragrant rose which around. "Don't you call mimes about tho 'out of regard for tho laws which had pro- at 4ofo'cliv'i on has morning of tho Ithof 'iilcinii liiMili'iir Ws ll.Tllii'd ly tho had just dropjHvl from her littlo gloved hand place hero Tho's no to'il.i' who might tected him and Ids proiorty for sixty odd Fobmarv. Vrro l.onl II) roil Hinl Ulmi In n crowded passenger car. rs. tiear it. You ain't git no word about tha years!'" lay uiKin his pillow The Cleveland and Aittoliril li) ttiiiiwimrlr. "The same Mat his lawyor advises us to mlssln' iMckngoo' jvur'n, 1 reckon I' "How do you do, Mr. Ilcrgmnnl" she s.ild. Pit tslniig train,! bo satislled with what wo havo received "I have not." "You seo we have taken vou by storm." It has I kvii Mid of the falls of TVrnl that ulitch had left I sent to see you about, rather than to contest the will." "Well, It's that Miss Evtrlclgh was just behind tier. they nivuintli all the Pittsburg nt It Knitzpilnnd, and yet, Jails end toirents iu "Hum! He gets a Hliee under It, I "I had sent the carriage to bring Carol to I've got onto the track of the covo what grand and lufiutlfitl o'clock the evening Bat it's bono- - than being left out alpass tho nfternoon with me, when your corralled It. If you hire mo for tho job, i.uioag tho Ihit-i-t l fore. n .inakitig as thi'j are, nud riiiUIn No clu.uco for tho Everleigh In uncle called and told us nf tho accident I'll run htm Inter the ditch - I'll corner him together n)eonl nititlclnl. m momeiiwry stop Europi that case, eh I" vhlch had befallen you. I felt that I would so tight that lies eun't sa o him." , in j at Ihniina, O., "I don't Uuoty that the.ro U a chnnco as A"fj. "Another detective in the Jleld, eh I" still before with that slight, in vtchig smile playing up- It Is." on its journey to Tne moodiness which ha .1 been b mislied on his coiiutciiiiiic "It l upon the prin&foA. l&SSftA' Clevelual. The vie W). f&U ciple of 'sot a thief to catch a llilof' that you from Ljtnnn's brow clouded It ugaln. tie M AW Z ero DeUvt was thinking of that after.ionn visit to thu tiin IVAV offer yoiirself, I nnppusi.' ' Ive Oi,.t.dns Will- fs und of Miss Ever-- 1 "Looky n, boss," said the tinn. ImprVss-lvely- ; wounded I k-l'! Inn llulllgnn and "if you wor'n't with mo jou couldn't leigh'sundiigal'iol intorejt In tho lattor. ' U' Henry Hoehli, say things like that here and get off soott Ingot sccmo.l to divine his thoughts. J&i&lV ii "Oh, you'ro safo onojiih If yon don't let !nrmtrs of tho free I'ur your own good, be a lee'.lo quietw-Ki moiioav Bergman cut you out. U.v thu waj, it's c'leveland police er. An' now wlrit do j ou nay!" "When I have any nnxlcty about that lucky forj'au 1 tooa a notion to your sister forcv, who lind I'lmrgeof some men nceuvd package, 1 will let you know", Mr. What Carol instead or the charming Althea. of biirjflnry Cluvelnnd. Morgan tdetigwl Without liem-- vain, I may any thai l could ton resciiins party Hulllgaii wis riddled shall I call you!" "Tom Riddle Is my name. Rod Tom is block jour lltt'oKame theiuif't wished. It uith bullets uud otinlfd oer the head with nn Iron coupling pin, receiving injiufm from a good enough handle for me." suitn me very well us It is." Was there any thing hidden under the which bodied a feu day IiiUt llivhll was "Well, then, Red Tom, respectfully Inform you that I havo no need of your serv- words to make Lym m Chddor study hlm shot hi tlitw plmN mill alwi xminl(sl to In r sensibility, but, af'i-- lM"g hi.d up for a ices. Tho regular detect I ves'eni'ployed lire furtively and unoasllvt The was appirtntly unconscious of Ids scru- mouth In a Cleveland hopltnl. nlmot good enough for me." , nssnensl, "They're a thousand miles off from the tiny. truth an' goln' furder. You'll never got "If I did not know t had burned farm-kor'- a Capt. Hm'hii was in ourt and g.r' his letter to tho lur.t scrap, I should fear them 'ere goods back through tho detectives, though still suirerli'i front h's sir, unlesa somebody blows tho .scheme that ho had an Inkling of that matter," thought wounds. The (suidiifter of the train aud r.l.VMjWIT'W " 1 wouldn't like fiint to get a hold somo of the v'iigifn v ere also on was worked " as ijcoxy ia n J irt W i :'i 1 .' RftMriQUr,i " .. i- l on me." Lyman looked witmivssi. Most of tlie liooGJizerM weie so U VfHi exjieeted him to at hlm inquiringly as 'if ho S ' j say Lomuthuig" more, but badly frightened that the ?4jVV wr. ro not t.k ly to '. CllAI'TKK XI V HO, Mil. lll'.HOMANl" "HOW DO - - ilL h us nothing more came, ho answered, quiet12j fO murh ttint wn i;iiTig on. Thr nil jiTlfP T5V A I.ITTI.8 KKV. iWsPi.Ji .i ly: crawlwl down Utincon the ton t u Inn the TVy" have to come right off and see your condiA few days laUr Carol had u noto from R'n)tlig "You should off.'r your services to tho Unn. ami mieof them, n i lergj tion for myself. Are you really better, .Miss Ewrlelvli, asking tier to make tho latman from Clevvbml, losertsl up bis head Norris! Don't lot us disturb you. Why, express company; thoy might huve need of ter a week's visit. or tkiisl Tiin 1 with his tniMiliir; Iw; a'jd cmwled as nnrly what a high pulso you havo," taking his them, have not. If that is thu end ami "Toll jour brother am not solllsh enough u.idvr Iim TIk 'ill litnrmed b. tie turning of the aim of your desiro to o. nio, wo may us teat a he is mid vU wrist between her dainty lingers. aw-.- ij to tako without expecting him to rvcr Ve'itiisi t.ito tti-- Nei-- through an "Then it must bo through the pleasure of well close our interview now " jtui t Tentr fi- lirond made In the iiiomi Red Tom leaned toward him and droppod sK!iid the iweuing.s with us." ranoiiectaiiso seeing you, for I assure you I am not half of the missive, and Carol smllod knowingly DANICL J. RVAN. of Mmit Mnnnom. This wort. In attribute.! tho invalid they try to niuko out. I'll bo his voice even lower in its assured and to herself, thinking that this would mako u Ciiriiis IKmtoliM fur the (Mint-oo- f drain tone. around again in a day or two." "Mebby you'd rutlier biro me not to track Lj'iniin's consent certain, hut much to her Ilr Is h t'ltiKtltliito Inr Noiiilimtliin foi ;ii3 ii lake liiuiitsliiit.'ly nlsjw, which was "You must keep away from dark alley), distiuy, Lyman seemed to regard the plan apt 16 Inundate the plain of Hic-t- i, though Srr"tiiry nt Miiln In OIllil. and avoid late v.idks.if it is only for my sake, tho papers an' the thief, Ihiss. I'm as open unfavorably. . to that sort of business as t'other. Think Daniel J who pro'ilnenr mndi Cicero Miyrt IhmIIiI It toiliHiii hi esMintry Norris. Remember, you are. tho only ap "Wo must not presume ton much iiou her date fur the. mmiiuatloo for nnvtury of iln. At tlie Ili-- (mini from wbieh tho proach to a brother I have o or tiad. I am it ovor for a minit ufiiv you say no." I think, Carol, we hud There was ai 'aange in Lyman Childer's goodness, ho said. tnt in Ohio, was tmrti In Cincinnati lit IK.W. water is hurliil t mii rlevntiou of aUmt-Itoo scltlsh to loso you, since you appear to better keep toour own qulot life " ' fulls f rom n height of III father rnsnu Irish lulMitr in a foundry or SO feet, hnvo come at last to the Idea that you owe face, try us he would to keep it impassive. "Now. brother Lyman, jou don't thmlc ill that city Ho t. do youmeau!" ho asked, sharply "What nmosl wltlt Ins pnrvntA liedrly 60-w hlch nnl t's- - ilejth of the ehnMii us something in tho way of attention and '.ktniigh " Jest tins. I've hecrd that jmi'vo come any thing of tho kind At leut I don't.g to 1'urUtnooth. () . it nfttiwntd milieu Into t!w companionship. I intend to Increjco tho be tho i mll to U St 10 Nrm iu iHievnH stn-ai- u into u fortune, boss. Now, them What would wo wereuo of good fortunecom-inwhen Ira um a rrs. I can." debt if not to take tho l of NC--. fivt. The makui' iu all n 'ere papers was meant to keep it away from ure to us if It would disappoint you pleas- I-- i.ii.i ..iIHI' III HJW fJZTt'1. Illlll, "You are very kind. Althea." of it! as much Mlucnttsl nt t li e hrn- of the fall is from n mil Mitumr "I Intend to be kind to you,' safd Althea. jou, 'iKsolt 'ml bo a sight better flir you us me not to go, and know It." hoilto. Mill to have I us: I built foi he lieuclU if they never got to jou it 'ml be worth with ti gentle smile softening her brilliant "Would it disappoint you, Carol t" asked public M'hooK of iltwn by ltou.iii Up beauty,aud then she began tslklug about his while paynf a feller to let tho business Lyman, almost wistfully. "Well, in that ing cmduaUsi at Dvron in "ChikU Ita'old" gii a o:i-- . the high hIiooI iu injury. Would tho arm be till right when the alone, wouldn't it' Kind of a forlunit ease, go. HI seo as to myelf " I of tliet fa Ih, of thing, that 'ere robbery, in suit a case, " 1V7". iimi cut healed, and was i a fact that thoso was greet cd most wuriuly by Miss Last r During his Carol their aoleuiu gMinteur, ismiWntsl with tiio nt train robbers had taken this plan to S'posen again that the feller who got them Everleigh, and kept for u chat of thiHr sumvundlngN Hero papers was soft mad when ho found in the room which was wreak their revenge on him! to be liors during ho mid law and -are a fair of till word: Carol said very littK but her soft looks what they was thought he was maklu' u tier stay. Thou tiny went down to tho wan admitted to tho bar two were full of compassum, and she gave him big haul and found himself left Xulcnilly. drttwing-room- , but Alttai turned back at aftenvnn). Ho wns Ij ' it (sen llko an rs vvi her hand as they were going away, hoping ho wants to know how to turn the thing tc the door. ' A If tnm;tikiraalllltlii4alu IW tract., tho best account, an' we'll s'pno, furder, elccUst school so ho would soon Iw well again. Althea turned "Go in," sho said. "You will Hud u ttw rye tli liruil - n inAlrtittiM cutA ifmn.iuuf that ho appiuts me as a go between to set frtutid of your tho at tho door for a last word. met there. Excuse mo u mo- licitor ou tie). Re publican "I am going to seo your doctor, Norris, ment, please. I must lay out pip s , lii'eltlgrHrr. nf llul. iSs and tho moment I have his authority, the and sllppura. I really h- -d no nnd rMlis'ti-i- l K1-sgthe saino otllce In It its nr iioiatly "nlilrwl noxious mil-e.- i' 2 carriage shall como for you. I shall havo idea it was so lute." IIANUI. J ltVA.V In tsst ho i iukI tittle mnr.-Itoirn to tlieui. you to stay with us for a week, or you will So Carol entered alone, and a j'oitug man isn lu , Dmilttli-s- i thev MrciM-nts- l ii iiominntMl ii'nl ploetrsl to th Ohio bo exortiug yourself too soon." fern useful who rose rather listlessly out of u duep and wa the ounnt Rmliliitin Iu is- uud Then a wave of color (lamed up into tier trlinH to net as sciiit-ngerlounging chair Hushed suddenly radiant in the state bouo of rein--Mitvw. Imt ho to TOMinoflfetuji oliji-c- l Whim thev deface; she stood quite still. as a vuico on the tho gcuuii'e.ss of his surprise y .i4 I jL L Ix ' f i s' i " r. i si prominnit and was u hunl stroy yuutiK diH'ks uinl chletiens, or pillage ii outside made itself heard, with disappoint"So, luii are the expected visitor!'' tie soon ment and unpleasant surprise in it. exclaimed. "How dolightfull Do you know, worlor At tin- - txp'ration 'f bin Utiu ho rrnin ill the stnldi-s- , it is risht to Lrvp thrill r, hmi the Ohio In ilow u. "Carol Childer! What on earth are you I tas half dreading the meeting with wns leomiM :k formi'l, Mr. Itynn was doing here!" Ain country houro. whotvthey hadUx-oinAlthea's joung lady friend, aud felt in tho neit rry trouble-oiiiBulore Carol could answer. Miss Ever-ieig- h .i iMrrel wns Mink In the ellued to beat a retreat without ceremony. chm'ii Its pivsldeut, and At the national - conventum of iumilb- - grotitid lihiiid tho table vnnl .mid h.tlf tlllml stepped over the threshold. I am not drilled in the wuys of society, ui year . ... .. i, i. 1..1...1 Willi wuutr A llal HI... Wns iKII.IIICisl as it i urK Your slater Is in no way to blame for ui' in nmii ..i. .i.i.. ..-Irk probably know, and am very easilj- - pat iir earning. Mr. Cluldor. 1 brought tier with teniirarj rhulniiiii. Hb I. now j W,u over P. and a Nut put on the end out of countenance. You don't know wh- -t n.ikehtr-aone of U.c imt prominent mMi iu tho tlt-- of l owr tiK-- water Next moriiliis tho Issit wns me. t!ood-bjNorris," glancing back. "1 a relief what a pleasure this is." . ill call again soon " gone, but inilro.iied rat wns iu th water. 'I can Imagine," laughed Carol, mentally ul" l"'-ti- '' "Oh, I am glad j ou have come to call on deciding that ho was handsomer for tho The (SKii'hiiiiiu nntiil out, from th nmrkn Mr. Bergman, Lyman,-- ' exclaimed Carol, left ou tls won I, that a larg rat hnd wit on stutoof invalidism he had passed through. J. LAMD DOTY. brightly. "It has seemed so sclilsh in us He told her that he had Iwen gaining every the shorn etui of the t. ihiln a smaller rat never to ask for him, after all he did for daj-- , and only submitted to Althea's de- tiin Yiiiinc'i f had I n vi fet ivmioisl iho bait frntuthi,oUir f'oimil In tho hrrrte us. You aro going in. are you uotl" ISld mands iiih)ii htm because he had nothing llir I'lillril MuK-v- . "After I seo you ladies to the carriage." definite hi '.lew not that lie felt the need Tlie j'O'lugest consul Iu tlie t'ulti-- 1 Stntrs Then, as Carol ran down the narrow stair" of further rest. Ijiiiib Doty. lie tri to Tahiti, T-fir1 r- way in advance: "Miss Everleigh. have I ; Still, It was proved that h was not averse seriicoi.i.1. m.v Mn not to to potting, uud the two girls led In mult in the Sidety Islntnts. As Mi Doty I onlv "MEiinr voi'ii lit ritru offended yon!" TIUl K TIIK Tllli:i, She gave him a quick glance and smile. "The offense is forgiven if you have come w'tit kin be did about it. That 'lid explain to make amends." anj' thing jou want to know, wouldn't ill Ljmun Childer sunk his teeth into Ids We'll say that that's the way tho thing lip. She had observed his dislike for her stfinds now." fnoad ftud rerouted it. if ho hid como The color eauio and went iu Ljmian's wi'htho intention of calling 'upon Borg--n face, there was a livid Hue about his mouth, in. ho changed his mind. He stood until his hands trembled. t 'O ca.Tiago disappeared, then, pulling Ida . IJ.IP. An "I don't know how you camo into j'our .v hat down und turning his collar up, he knowledge of my ulfairs," ho said. "It i -, school. I! walked rapidly away, turning into the nar- would be no use to ask you. If you hold then ho would not bo u .ml to a m his oflleial career row street which led toward the river. if she were to fancy him Now, I r-?imtho papers jou speak of thej may have gu in as n Ho seemed in some doubt as to the localtold jou soiacth ng, but I n fuse to believe know she Is on'y kind to mens u sister is to States fen-atity ia which he found himself, casting sharp thej could K)ssihlj- - do what jou intimate a brother, but but I wish she did not and iNimlfhtil glances about him, until he emtio to a low throw mo out of the fortune. I should show it quite so much at all tunes." 9 " restaurant which had a This thought camo when Carol began to to senators whom attached. vertuinly make a light for it if such pilars he serMsl an This ho entered, looking over the room came up, but 1 don't believe in them TIIK f JSNIMl i:tk. Tell draw awav from them in the evenings. npiMiintment for tho to which was halt tilled with a rough class of mo plainly what On-- of tliouglit tlie more Immune wiijm to g'.t lid of jou are after to palm off iNorrls which did no read i. suspicion of some Uermudn, hero customers. Ho soleeti d an empty table at somcthuig of that sort ou tue for a consid- thing not please her tu her looks; rnU in to i mi e.xii tor into the holes now and H -v SZ--r J' "l sixteen the side, und sealing himself gave an order eration!" and, in truth, Carol was disiipjumted that liu then. Tlie him esoisslingly iiirtieulnr luontlw, ami re as an excuse for being there, apparently, their fur isxiu and do net enjoy com-l.- i "Now, boss, a a man of honor, jou'd Miss Everleisli imimfesteil iin(ro.it iiilorost. turiieil to tho for he did not touch tho refreshments that never want to s o mij- - thing of'em, jm'i in her brother us the dajB went by. in isiutnt't with the tar. were brought, had not availed himself of his invita- United Slates lost know. Tnin't needful that you 7iunf bcliev o 1'roseutly, a man who was buried In a in 'em. My friend s iu no great hurry, an' tion, and when Carol made Inquiries, Mr December Mr i, I.AMII DOTV. Ill Mill nt n I'll l.'xthiyilUln-r- . D.H ien paper ut some distance rose, stretched you kin take j'our own tune to think what Everleigh rcpor'ed hint steeped iubiisiuers, a greathas trawled The dear littlo .VIkhiI Ma'am in St, deal, considering his youth, and box Nicholas tells the children tliat ns soon as himself, and approached taking more on his shoulders than there j'ou'd liko to do fur hlm. but I'm out Ho did not look at Childer, but paused it was evident made inlernatlouul law n study. Tho Mdary the wmr cold l.lns to wiuio mid the sunjest now, an' I'd kind o' like to cm was any need, in fact, with his back to him, and began humming u sidcr myself under lure to you." that tho senior partner was pleated at tho of consul at the islands which bear such h so-- i light grows wnnner, lumc llres nivaptto inblu iuiiiio i hardly adequate to cutting a popular air. "Clippor! ' hu said, suddenly, ussociate. speaking for jxuir friend or enterprise of his "Were j'ou Ket low ami dull, and for this leason s'r.ous However, toward tho end of the week ho swaith, Umg t'.'.txxi, with som itiOO addi- snj-- "the sun has put the lln out " Naturally over his ehoulders. mud'" me j'our first offer when jou came, and if tie was annoyed at Hulling tional at fees, but Mr. Dotj1 being very the childiv.i tisk her to explain this queer conIt was tho idgtiul "or which Lyman had on Bergman's accoun' ." J'oillig should Ik) very simple In his tusUn duct on tlie part of the sua, and then she been waiting, yet ho started visibly, while Red Tom grinned. "I reckon either of Norris there, he did not show it. The the gloom on his face deepened. business was not out of ids mind ami will not naturally requlro the (ssjuuiarj tells them something like this; us 'ud bo good far a Job o' that kind. Tell ".y, ay"'ho returned. "You tako your you, boss, it Ml Iw worth j'our while to take yet, apparently, for he anil Mr Everleigh awKtaueu to pleasure necessary to thu politiDuring tlmsuiiulext pirtof tlie day wo aro cian who has grown ray hi political baruout. npt own time to make yourself known after call me up. You kin givo me a retuinin' feo to neglect our llres and to iv.ise supplying Indeed, ho Is said to Ihi a crj InUllicut fresh ing me hero." not here, I'll go outside with you Then, If furl. MiMiitlme the suns raj's warm get the cut of your jib. A you wants me, you have only to send u letold head ou bis "I wanted to youni; nuin with quite an thuuir uud rnrifj it until it is ns warm nnd shoulders. man ha to bo keorful who he 'sociates with ter iu cure of Miko Malonej-- , at this 'ere tliiu u.Uhe an in the chimney that has 1ms?ii ut a pln.ro lllto this." hotel." Can it ho said that a man who ho cuten heated by thu tire. Then the draught ceaws The follow leered Insolently as he said it. I have much inonej-abou- t "You don't suppose cloves Is tainted with the breath of soeplciuu! und the lire gob lower hiiiI lower. He had turned by this time and takeii tho mo on a trip of this kind, do you! Hut the little tk'hool Maamoiensikdooror New York Graphic, empty seat at tho table, helping himself to Hero is u bill jou- lire welcome u window nnd tho fresh, cool air sends tho tho viands that had been placed there with- to it. You shall hear from mo if I ever warm nir in tho room up tlie chimney iu a out being asked. havo need of Jitilsn I'iIuIii It. llrjunt. hurry and the lln- - brightens. And the littlo no ldeoof filllii' an empty ca"If you've "All right, boss. When kin I have Judgo Edwin K. Hrynnt, tho attorney gen-cr- laily iciihihIh them of auothrr I. let: If the pacity, will," he remarked, complacent! answer for my friend!" of tho fiohtofilco department at Well- rtiusliiue falN diiistly npiii the tiro it is Folks as comes here giuorally cat.s." "When 1 see you again. Tell your friend ington, is one of the most reticent meant at least n inn I light, und not so well cal"Will you bo kind enough to come at oneo not to build vcrj high. I inaj- - not caro to present holding a public olllco. Although ho culated to show the glow of thu coals its n to jour buslnosi with mo!" mako terms with him." occupies an iitis)rtaut government poitin'j, fluttering shadow would be. "All in good time, lio: s. Pleasure lirsi, There was a visitor awaiting Mr. Childer mid haa the reputation throughout thu net business afterwaids. Which belli' tho case, when lie reached his homo at a somewhat A Uonl I., i'll- - Wise. oflx'ingone of thu leading Inwjeni lu the mohhe you km tell me how tho gontleiuu'i later hour- - a visitor whom Carol hail been country, he inodchlly claims that ho is not n "Neer cioss a hrlilxo till yna come lo It," ia as was wuyhil 1 'oilier night!" entertaining, though shu did not like tho My taj, publiu man. Judge Bryant is a native of Wliiehcrauu'iiioihi'r iiwil totlmt wo menus, littlo folks, A sudden gleuui ..hut through tho gloom task. inutu't fret -, Mudlson, tvl. In Oti r ironliliM thv amy Hi future t, of Lyr mil Childer' e luuteunncc. "Hello. Childer; j'ou lake jour tlmo to tisl.iy If hh oiluin- - what we "It doesn't say mi eh for y.iuif that is the getting around after business is over, it i,l,.-i Vi l i.i,ci You iiiinrinln'r ttie time woni fable best jou ill li do,-- ' he un.u-ed- . '?&- coolly. "Tho strikes me. Miss Carol tells nio you havo dustriously to his Or tho fnrnri ' el,-li-t iby i Itk friend you Inquire for w ill soon bo able to been pmying the (Joou Kumaritan, waiting prof sion nnd roso How the iieuduhuii coieitisl, with trembling and call on you, and will, 1 luivo no doubt. You on tho sick. Now rote for yon, isn't it! fear. rapidly Into prom- Tim iiuiiil'r of Hun's it must tick in a year, should have made a hotter job of it." rutor, wis nnrcTED mikt w tiiMi.r. Look1 us If It hadii' ngrecd with you, i inence. For a long And then stuou ai Mill us i hUk'k, " Twasn'l me mudo that try, boss. Ketch eithor." retlrcil to tho slutlj', and Norris was sumtime pruvlous to this kid nappin', will jer) Hut say' fern nhltsl "I had u long walk aftor leaving Catol cnunsel, moned to join them after tho II rat half-houCleveland's admin- Till, ileciievlhvItfrle'iillynot shirk noalif nickel I could tell jou the two v. did who d business. Is dluiior waiting, sis!" It "I've been turning over an idea all week, istration he was The ilutv tint plainly licfoio it lay, do it over again, '!ih u mMuXt, if they had Carol slipped nway to see, hoping their und now that Chillier is hero, it is time to sou.o eiy iitant day tho law KUtner of llecaa-on- t a lectio eoa.sin'." It alight Iaj toy tircil to work. guest would not st.ij-- , but ho did. Ho and siH'akoflt, Wo nio bound to need extra Oen. Vilas, who clmt-tlu- g hulp. You, Lyman, have just been showing Lj'iuau appeared in tho dining-room- , Yuh unt.l reeemly S.1. little folks. Ile In Ilin prefont; CHAI'lV.n X sociably. The lattor had trot rid of his me how wo can extend our couneetious, hut Dally Mine to bo uneltil and rliid. 5MBSs. Sf- Vii n oh t master con- an U'K.viv coxfiir.srr. mi iron man could not siaiitl the work jou aiiiiojmneo at lirst seeing Ingot, und exerted When (Ion. Tor when juttnieolil jou- will iltiil tliUout, A falut sunlo dawned on the lip of Lyimri That many a l roiihlu j uu- e w oi i lisi alsmt uro laying out for yourself. Now, hero is himself to bo t lit agreeablo host. rZ-tSChilder. Ho looked sti night back into ids Vilas was up. Isouejou Ihimi iii'icr had. Thej went into Lyman's room to enjoy a Norris with nothing to do, ami ho is a lad I 'V companion's oyos without spanking. It was isointi'tl ?ecrctary ,V can trust. Why should we not take hlm In, tho latter who begun to twist and redden cigar wli.'ti the meal was over. To 3IhI.ii Itiaiiily I IiihI on Water. jupok k ii miVAM. " woimwiorasn "Coy little crib, ' remarked Ingot, "You givo him a clerkship first, with tho promise uncomfortablj;. niilt of the late To jierforiii this Ks'iuiug inqioMilillltj tako "You're a regular gimblet to go through havo things free and easy here, but I sup-9- e of advancing him to the cashier's place! I change In tho cabinet. Judge Hrjaiit was a tumbler half full of water, and placing n you'll be changing j'our stjle of living urn sure wo can't do bettor, nor, I think, named in some quarters uh u jxisublo a body," ho complained. "Why don't you piece of thin muslin over tho top of tho same, moro can ho." say bomothln' ! I don't like folks as take now. and go for thu strictly busliif-bII man, und la gently strwiu the hrnntly or wine through "There can bo no doubt about I ho last," seldom to is u iu tho Everleigh stylo." it all out in thinkiu'." lo found away from his olllco tho musliii, und it will remain ou top of the "I shall not m iku any change, for a tlmo, said Norris, gratefullj', then looked seaivh-Ingl- y Thoso wIki know hlm Intimately describe water. "Shall I repeat your own elegant remark at Childer iu an etToit to read his him as u of 'catch this kid nnpplugl' My friend, you nt least." imn of great thllity us a lawyer. ' thoughts. did not send tho mossago which brousht ' "Well, 1 think that's tho sensible (.Ian. d I siip-pos- o. feJf pr.K-.'e.lI- I -n- VjJ&tttf&X&tr&L US' My ,'',kS VvU Azrm, 0;i. , . r 1 mm 4$m$ '- book-keepe- r inlnic-ll1wiB.l- Lj-mn- f l,'" ;T ty 1 rii -t SBSuftV a, Rj-nn- ln ttni-reiNi- d fi-el- -t - Ix-- tor-rib- lo half-hour- 's i all-tire- d ji-a- i 3SSM '' ati wi5fc..i h-- ilniss-iug-gow- f-- -- bpe3 3m && ir - y lejiu-lature- pr tt tl B ?. - I u ui i.-.- iT i .... -- c, i ttm liO-s- !-' lK-r- coal-heav- bar-roo- in.m - ?r jpm sEK:v;BtiMas V : I m '?sw ?. n ilut j-- ten-doll- t ''UiuTVfc- 1 1 4 $- ' ei ti I - fp r. MPM U.u.. LV.iiJ Kft- - AtgMAJBht!iirjaitiji'"TAiW'' ' "t ,r""W! v y Mrjmri Ti"'r,5i(i,iff,wTr - r "J-- l "TVIl in '" -- .i - fipr"" - " "TntSfT' arr 1 'svVV vfT WK'm AE """ T j. ' 2S. , y-- t TIM: M'.W (iKOCKRV AND IIAKDWAIU' HOI .SK OK- PiiK.U'iiKiitviM.K has a newpostmastcr, Fields have returned from n visit to Tins new nntl popular drink, milk shake, has been put on (up by McHob-ert- s Joh. J. Nowland, in place of David friemlH in Louisiana. .Mr. and Mm. lien Stagg. Curd, of Trenton, Mo., were registered Thompson, resigned. 'i at the (iilchcr House on Wednesday. K.C.WALTON, 13UH. ManaRor 1, bright To Ai'I'hkxtii'k. A 1'iikk concert anil lots of goods given Mr. .Joshua Hell Itandeyls diedTucs-daboy. Apply at once toThos. W. Vurnon, away at I). Klass' Mammoth" Clothing night of consumption of the bowels, and Dry Goods house .Saturday night at after a long illness. I lo waH the last HUSTONYILLE, KY. , Stanford, Ky., May m, 1888 County Judge. 7:!M). child of the late John D. Ilan- lI.iiiMiTn'o,.shavingaiid,shiinipooing ' f.nt Don't forget that we have the largest ,k'.vls. "" reared a large family and saw W'oiilil l.lnillynl your attention In theami tlut he haJnt returned Irani tile dtie with, a Urx', done in approved style at .! Thomplet! toi 01 freh bl,'iL',, W3twlt "Bell," as he wax Published Evory Tuesday And Friday. son's Barber Shop. id handsomest line of window shades, t,,w" "mM' alletl. Hell was a young man of c curtains and eurtain poll ever , .. f ..,,, refined Unites, was considerable of n vo' Skb Nunnelley before you ell your ..,....,. jU IMtfli YKAIMXADVAXCIO wool, lie will pay In il.ilnty iniiu.itlty and My aim thatl Wat much or a little1 calist and made quite a reputation as an all cnilleMtu variety, every wmu in my line. 4itifai.tory Innfpriiea; thin tfu.iranlce. 1'OCK.KT CU'IT.KRV .'. in .My mwk timet supply II.VKDWAKK and Oint patrons ought certainly to bo sat amateur actor. The funeral will take conlteif the tanijr hr.tnd of I'.urope and America handle the elehrated Lexington l'.ileni more than anvbodv. e- Whrn not Klour Tin, Stone and Wewxlenware, and a complete line of Cigar and Tohacco, Vagimt. Farmiinj $y GO will lie iluti,icl.-(- l isllcd with the amount and the character place from the Methodist church Implementa, &t. Ilclicving can make it to your tnteretl ntk u thare of your patronage I r you want anything in the eating t .1 ., ri,,.(ij,r mutter wo send in this is- Tlinrsilnv. Respectfully, J II. TUCKER. ... m.c, fresh tine ami cheap, g.v w 1. '.... L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Ti.m, Wniii!tliliiir to milt all eta-- s NEWS CONDENSED. Harris and he can supply you". en, agcH and previous conditions of mam Mml train uoing Xorili 303pm " ' " Delaware democrats indorsed Cleve131pm SoiiiIi... ii'irui i:r of the loveliest llowcrsi l""' 1148 pm l.tprett tram " Snuih land and his tariir views. $" a m ndoriiM our table, ent bv one of the bent J ". A Il.uiv. (iov. Wallace K. Vurnon .63j.n1 "tal ."il' 5".? Irtish! Xotlh Two Philadelphia murderers met 6sspm Inf the vi 1:111011 soniii lair friends. can not make his coat meet around his death at the rope's end Tuesday. l I he Untr miii carry ucuKn Ihentmie idluilalcil on l.tncljnl time. .Solar K. II. Harford, a Srvi.i'ii Srirs made to order at $1S, capacious waist sinco Tuesday. The citizen tunc l about ti iiiinult. latter. j'l'O, t'XlM and $:, by John II. Craig & madam presented him with an S pound of Jlarrodshurg, is dead, aged 88. Sun, with Browning, Klnc t Co., New girl that day ami he can hardly contain Charles Weaver, a democrat, will K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. himself. The little Miss has been named b( AND WALL York. hUml postmaster at Louisville. Knwland l 710 am and ttturn. at 'I rn.n lrav Maud McCrearv. 6 pm. lov. Huckner has rcapiminted Mr. From ion tn 150 percent cho.iper than ever helure known In C'cntnl Kentucky W.n.lnv Shade to IUiixi u's great circus will exhibit in C. J. Norwood State Inspector of Mines. mlt all cinuhin.ition nf Wall Paper I.arett ttnek to nclcct fro'ti .it IJ (illllllNV 1'arl.tr, Dnn MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. btuisvilli'on the Kith and the L tfc N. MEANS BUSINESS. Sixtvfour thorouehbieds sold at the title, Ky .. so ....... .i... iiii.i 1.....1 iv nun ..:.... ..1 . . -- M.I). Kenrie, a year i'.ii his I.t.xingtou Tattersall s.iles Tuesday at 'I'.iintt, )!l, Varnithes and I'alnlert' Suppliet, Window (il.itt, itc Kit ..in i.im- ii.ii tuvii UT Ajjcnt for John Ch ircli ,V Co s Mu4tc.il MrrdundNc IMANOS AND OltOANS majority, and Miss Liura M. (fooch, a ' uk average. wee little miss of l., were made one yes-Inspector Hyrnes. of New York, TjiB In! place to buy drugs, iatent TllB 1.., N. will sell tickets and to.let articles is at A. rated Tate, the absconding treasurer of fl)P wnorn,w.H t,XJirt.M rtl 4il0 for tlu. Mr. John II. Woisls, a widower of Kentucky, in Canada. schix.l books, ink, tnbNH. n.' ' Hirvvour 1W, and Mrs. Sarah Hell Hastin, a widow pitcher for the Hamsey, the school IImt, pencils ami Penny. supplies of ,1; admission tonne of the half that age, were married at Mr. John IiuHvilles, has been suspended for jierfonuaucfx. kinds from A. it. It. Wheeler's, near Highland on the drunkenness and is now for sjtle. I guarantee all watches ami every ur Tin: Harnes Hox at the postoiliee was lull. Assistant Tuley, the republican who sell to be jut as rcpic-tide of jewelry iM'iieil by Sisters Mollie and Hose Wed- A. It' Penny. Mr. and Mis. W. K. Packard, Mrs. hits been in the postollicu at Louisville nesduy when Sl:l.I.i were found. This is Ktta Vanarsdale and Miss Montie Harris !'. years, has resigned. It is high time, lining well and proves the wisdom of went up to the marriage of Mr. Curtis' SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Over 10,000 skunk skins, went out of putting it there. Hover to Miss Maggie Davis, at Crab Or- - Scrantun, Pa., for tierinany, recently, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, Mis M tin Hi:ow s is itiite ill. .. ... .; iookicnapi, yestemay. ri. 1. nnnai pany, 1. .1. - wlieiv they will be made into grenadier ine Mi:, vsn Mas. II. S. Wnmx.s have Tin: r.iilnmili dmp t their Miiiiiiicr FANCY ARTICLES, &C. ing happy, accompanied by MKcs Lily caps. gme to see Hooth and Hairctt. wlmliih Sumltiv. It is still that an ex Tbixtou and Alice Ward and Prof. Dm- The immense commission house of 'I flllwthl I. ti t Ml III 1111 IT nil ill' iW.T. Coleman & Co., San Francisco, rhy.lcaitpret.ripi.o,., a rauiy I.lilullH it li.l tftfn 1111 rm.- - nil i.n.iii.h.P IIw.Itt tftll 1... II lb ..it tl..t "in JllllllIltlJ'i (1. (Jover iuissid down to has iroiic under for .',000,000, thout.ri its l.l fit til Ihftt 110111 riucviuc 10 .Mr. aim .Mrs. iieore 11. ;nnc iiio.vuie nivisiou t biuisville yesterday. We extend nouiiual assets are :H,.hX,(XX.I. .1 unction. Cwr. W. .1. Kiss Mini pased tbrouuh wishes to Mr. and Mrs. (lover. Kilitor in! Miankliii, ol tlie r.vans-- j hiII- to the CuinlK'rland 011 a llshiiiK , ville Courier, savs Indiana is safe for THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, .. 1: hae receivisl a )inraniineof the CHURCH AFFAIRS. demoiTacy this year with any kihm! man m. v.iT.M. ...s. HMli annual session of the Colored Teach- as rtinuinV mate to Cleveland. t. . ... m... 1:. CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Kiel.'-- , - The Hh:h HridKe camp meeting will 'I'll., tnii'L' tlirrmi.li limi' to be held at uJ,.ilnL. .. few Ilivh witit'bls mother, in "W lw'r ,""'ehx " ,,h": ""if1 I'ri.ct lower than .tunnel of the Northern Pacilic railnrnd uioiid .lulv next. An invitation is, be held .lulv the lowest. Watchet, CIolUi and Jcuclry lie. Danville. 11 Hanue, has been the II. Shearin, of Parhsville, through ...I extended by the Cuiiiinittee to the teach-paired on thort notice and warranted. W......1..I l'l.i fittiiii.l iu l SL'.O fi...t Kxii.iits M. I. Ill i.Hraiid A. A. Mit. oliu Hell itlbsou i..,.,,,!. 01 tins county to aiieiiu ami am in win pieacn tor itcv. AleKinney attended the meeting of the eis 111111 working up an interest in the common here next Sunday. :Cornelison has been removed to the tirand Coiiunandary in Maysville. Pro. Panics has jone to liallalin, lmisville jail pending: his new ell'ort for of llustonvillc, the .ehiHil catiM', MiiK.tikC'sik, 10 1.0 care of S. release iroin ne penally ne oti.ii linli..'iu Te.t.t.. and .tm Im. addresM-t..rf..itlt k.iliullf.il ttitl. iitnli.r Comet's novelist, wils 011 a visit to Mi. Mas. W I.. C u.1,1 ,:i.u of Danville, ,, M,k ttwuwrW of stlMlf(.inl, w ho 4.,,r.,m II. II. Cikmt the first of the week. wtites: "I am uin a MiHldard ,rt'!U"' jv,.H there In the deoiiiia Democratie State ami Mis" l.u- - cry ami Hint it a yniiui improvement Mas. Ilirrm: McKinm: led by Sen- - Surreys, Phaetons, Backboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, Aiieiliirt to reduce the Methodist Convention, the la MeKinney and Kate Phelps went v,.r llieold vtvje refHerator, of which ator Colipiitt, vanipiislicd the protection- bishops' term finm life to einlit years is IlIu I1.1l Ikt ..iinlnH .., I(rh'tt I "If k'iiand m:lk,. mv,. M., two . lnlsville yeMenlay to see t ' n.the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over inii'i 1111 in viiiiiwi inrv imwhi tKr . ih'Iiik mniif in me .wmern i.ener.u was indorsed. a.ninitration Ikirroti. cent, more butler than did with them, Coiifetenceat New York. -- At llardstowu Keevcs Simmons, a ' Mii.. K. T. KiHiii&trKitnud little Miss Ml, j ,.0nvtulencetliere is no comp.iri- Very laoie crowds attend Hev. H.C. bachelor, who has brought up hissister'sj to lmisvlile uisi- - Ml t.racio DailliiK h U ju- -t s.plendid." lor sale bv Morrison's meetings and much interest three children, undertook to chastise hisi nephew, Nat Iteeves, lined 'JO, when he and will attend the llooth-Pitr- W. II. is manifested. They have held at seized a shotgun and blew liis uncle's Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better rvtt iK'tformunccs. , , . .. t womansiif- - ;l iu the afternaou and at niylit, but the brains out. . . MksPmi.im: (iuiM went to lilim-- i Tin: ltai-uumenMrs. Diullev Christian, wife of the grades, ana inciuaes some oi me very uest veiuuies muue iui mc IkJJI. ktt t lllllllll 11MIIIIH ttll in, from that natural wit, Col. IMiiijll ti ill llltkflf KViiiiiui lul ni.- -t oiMiiiov'i from whence In fnwisunes Hthtown and services held only at 7:45 m. Mr. IZ, trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. .,n.l Mr. aiid Mrs. A. S. (iiiuics will Uoto "HI Klkin. He ay. "It's no ue talking wntloiiii-iithe tliitiK won't work. When Morrison was called to Danville ni. uU, H,,,,,,,.,,,, HoadsarM was drown-da- You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. t'.e vrcat ivrforiiiniiiv at to preach the funeral discourse of ,1. ' cf. She was deserted by her tirst - Mu. P. A. the llnest tun- - flwtlnn day comes and some fellow band and after a time, he beinu' reported Haiulvlls. Muiti to put his arm around the old (.In mu .!.... 'IlKIUtlllll t..mer in the State, is with S. I.. Porters irf ilVtlUi fill" IHIU lil (ieneml Confen'iice at N'ew Doubts liavini,' iiiiiceiinlU '!ln death of The " wIiht sometbin to her as arisen as to the riiMiii and will illHiHiHtf of the Ityim rimnI- eats as her lirst liusband, the jioor woman rashYork excluded women from they .stait mound the i..r i.i... m" ll.istotiville Uvliininif " .. ...... . ' . MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. ...1 ' 10 ii.iaiiiisiio-- I ly look her life. . vou neiepiu's .1uy a vine 01 ' W"K Piair. T. n of future eligibility ' .. . nutted the ... is Great Campaign Offer. " it "is ...1 rauKiiu, .1lien 011 a msii n it. uunri- - lari'c! lo future "cnenil conferences to the. an lifiij iinii Tli UiioHi Irtitiiifkiit-ttiS, .Miirpny, ami win, 'Squin'.l. ill uun.il vuin inn iiwn Tui: b.ivs In tivnclies down in (Vev nua) coufciviiccs. The women's l Jitu tint 1.ill ITl olr.111llllllllll m( iltll ilillllf utllt ji kt I 111 lrlt tilfl '1 munition while in WM1( ,,. j n uncertain way lake in the State ll IVlim llllli .t.y women oiiht now to withdraw from the the scition. iu the n'xibitioiis which.we print on our church in a lody as they' threatened to newspaper in the I'nitcd states and its -. .1. T. Mu. wii M11Inn hae return- M ihil'u. Tbev aie tbeliveliest we have do iu their meeting; at Washington. And publisher! to further extend the circulation oiler to end it postage prepaid ed In their home in lmlsville. They nitd and show that the democrats in "l.et vour women from .1 vet 't, Paul said: by .Mi- - Annie Wr.iy at line mb, 1SSS, to Dec. I'.d, 1SSS eiv Joined !. that neck o' the wimmIs mean business seep :i. ....... i.. .1 vmuvn. .0. u :.1 ....1 .., inw ... me t speak; ..but they issues .for. onlv ."0 ,vnts.... . who p's to attend the I n com-- , ami an' readv and anxious for the . ;. , unto them to Harrett eiipiKement. lnirlr.iv. l lie resolution, lenoiincin tne .........i,.,! ... iM. mili,.r obedience. ed fmm that time, but tho-- e received afMkws. C. W. Mm tt.r and .1. s. Illalr lull a a ivpuiiiicau cneme to men ajM j.j ,it, .,w ter June 4th will be entered from the Ilys have formed a aitncrhip for the nioiiev from the treasury to aid in their ,H date recehed, to expiie Dee. ill, IShS. practice of law at llnilsiurville ai'.d ad- - oriL'iual FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. force social eitiality to The rate to clubs of eiirht and over are nou iiaiiijiMi-.iiuT-- . tiling COUIIliex. jn j1( :outh,is.ar.iculMrlyinviaor..ti T1) Moniny extremely liberal. A simple, copy of' m in A.'il uii'timi will do well to cnm'si stud At Kieiimotiu .uonnay .'- -' 'i""--' the Weekly Courier-lniirn- al containing Tin: Masonle I.o.lve hen- was Jarjrcly witb them. littemled Monday nitrht ImiiIi by its own sold at L'J toil cents. its i eat campaign oiler can be procured, LOCAL LORE. haes good (Miourne Twine bind- - fW 0f,.mrvei bv addres,in,' W. X. llal- and viMtiu members and much iuitia- - er to tnule for cattle, hoirs or slieeji. .p-- I deiiian, President Coiirier-.lournmanife-le-, Com-- 1 Theie was one was M i:11 and itinire silks in nil isilurtiou and one candidate raised t the sub- - ply tu J. II Bruce, Stanford. pany, Louisville, Ky. The subscription y A- Cnii'. Cavalier has jrone up in lavor lor tne price of the Daily The withlime dcirivo of a Mntci Mason. fiom a distance weivi Derby since he won the hotel stakes at out the Sunday issue, is $0 a year. Price .i:w Goon- - iu sprinjand summer hats following lie is owned by IjiIhjIiI of Sunday Cuiiiier-.lourn1. ,..,. 1, i. at Coutts & Cox's. .1.1: Cirti.r. I. .V. XewiMinl l.c.xini'tou. is :?J per' I'" ' Jt. S. Maitin. .1. II. Hilton, A. .1. Pike, Hnithers, the owners of last years win- - year, Nkw potaliK's, cabk'iKO, pmis, beans, Vill keep constantly on hind a large and select line of Furniture Hmdlu'iul; J. A. Ilogle, i. M. Hivens, T. ner, Montrose. Ae at S. S. Mers'. The Paris cattle market was dull on .1. Hatcher, Huston ville; .lames K. Cox, ST'AV .UiVKHTIsKMKSTS. andJJUndertaker's Goods. My price3 will be as low as such goods li:i.i Kelts!! Kells!!! We have a fivsh (iieeiihburg; .1. C. I lagan, Pollard Me-- Monday. A lot of good cattle weighing can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conKinney, Madison Lodge; .1. P.. Ilobbs, 1,I"0 sold at J47.70 ami another lot of I,- iiiitiv. Owsley A C!niij. .. l.eba :MXI iMMiinls at .?!"; yearlings bmuKhtlo rHOTOLTiAJ'HSjaia'Srr-- i vinced )vt0I1 ,i,dre; Shermiin Napjier, that I sell lower than the lowest. .md ?(l tnkr iloifll anil tlirji Thkbk iiHJiiis in Coinniercial Hotel for, ,)()I1 jHlll.toll. jp y. Ilowlimr, Middle to 0 and calves $'Q to $U. l jhmi'ls Si jo per d.ui n Ml Kurk uurrnntcil to to .irs. e.iia M'n.inMiaie. - i.nn. men- - " "" ennrse rent. Apply T he wis) market was ivel v in " " ........I M.....I.... ..I 't ...into . .1...1U ...hvo Carpets!!! The C.iti':rs! Cm pots!! Pitor. A. S. P..ton will not leave Willoughby sold 1,00(1 lleeccs; John D. NEW BUTCHER SHOP. laigest line iu town. Owsley & Cmitf. Stanford as expected. The trustees of OiHrdtoe 100; John D. Harris 500, d (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) . opened a luitcliir simp .0 Knw and in met on Jones, Jr., "M; and numerous other tin' Ki'irill M"rv Iioum and am inrpari'd to furnili Skk Courts A: Cox's elegant line of the Male and Kemale Seminary KAVOuiTi: link ui;twkkx Tin: noki h and south. m.uu, fili uud kind Wednesday and elected him principal parties added to the list, aggregating for flip puli bny-iiiSpring and Summer hats miitm-ui- i wi in ilieir M'axui. A licrHiilnriLIMITED EXPRESS. TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' for the ensuing session. The selection is the day more than :'.0,000 pounds- .- Clirunnins my uhkuii Urlii'nng meal to my ill Ma ifi.nl .Hid iciniiy. an admirable one, but was quite a V. I.I.KIN. IIDU'KS. IN.J5 M. max. i..tf Old Uncle Taylor Mc Huberts, colored, as the patrons of the school had winners of the lirst day's races The Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. died Wednesday in his SOth year and a unanimously endorsed Pnf. S. J. at Lexington weie Lela May, who won grandchild of .lames I.ojran, in the same the present principal, who has giv- .1 ... .!... !..... i.i,.iu..-- .1... lit. l!tl..-- . THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. im- w.m.,.1-,, w, ,,e r,c,;Vfd hy hp Knob .tie umi; . ...rei. Sej,c(, m neighborhood. en much satisfaction to all interested. stakes in '':0S; the Dixiana was taken by i.ick Turnpike Comp.aiy until wo'tluck June i Til KTKXA8H01tT J.IXK- . 10OO .. .. nit iiitiniiiy mi raru; tlie i ugus iy i.ionessanu lind).lur ine cnnhiruciioii ii ih.- cmtr.irt.ir will iiit .Ioki.no. Charley McKoberts says he The board was entirely satislied with Knoi, i.irk. be ucr tin. sellin.. stiike and :ll"eU to. Ihi Mich.of tlie old inalirial a i uttatold us that he was iroiiijj to brlnjr that Prof. Pulliani's method of instruction l..iwiiiiiii.nw " lili'imd uil rviiulrcil to riiruxti such ni'w m.lCONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT APRIL 1, 1888. lie only and skill in managing a school, but pre- brought can at its close. TllC.re lire j urial a l iKVOwry. I'lan and pecifie.-iiisuit for breach of pioiui.se, but at llit l'irt National Hunk Stanfuiil. 'I lie because he was an ... Iiiinkiimkiii-- 011 the ltoiiihI. till tllCi bo ..1,. ... r.t.u ,.r .11 keep up the joke the boys had ferred Prof. Paxton J .1 . .. did so to , ,. , (VJ.V. M.. .'. H. .v...'d.. !...'.1,... ... wjnuers WCIV CaVlllier WllO "Uls an" Wl . fc". "e'i ...w ..... ... nn wiimy di 111c ItlOAXJ UP. ItHsYD 11111 it in ,11 ' cenin " started on him. Ho has no notion ofdo- - inner iiiiiii linn 11. 01 iiiviicoiitrucliir tiir thi nerliirmaiics ol nil t'nntract IR.VIXa SDUTII. TKAIXS XOHTII J teaching. lie vine sioou . 10 . n.cify in tlieir prupial llm pricr took the I'lni'iiix Hotel stakes, and Per- lliddt-- iuiit inir such a thin),'. Xo. j. Xo. 1. Xo 0. Xo. 7. Xo, 4. 2o.B. Xo. 3. jard for nt" tmv and price )nr)Ard for old STATIONS. Xo. 1. Dailv. Tudor, Chilhowee and Cast- pi'r iikIiiJiiil' in ihn. all uurk in lakini; it down .tout', It.u k to Answkii. Dejmty.I. M..Iohti simmons, I".x. Sun. Dally D.tily. Daily. Daily Daily. Dil. Tin: second free concert at I). Klas' CI. II I'DX HIWI.I.K l'rei(lem Vj I'd in tlie l'hoenix son arrived Tuesday morning with the away. Macbeth was night A'rv 640am 643 pm 10153 in Gnopm 817.1111 403pm Scopm 7 5j a m l.'ie... .Cincinnati . store will occur ut 7:110 '',l ' ""' f,,r ' ,nlos w,,s IVllli.iintnvn ..l.'te J 13am 3 51 a in 3 47 p in 9 35 jim 830am 433pm and will be even more. eiitertainiiiK than negro, Cas Inninii, who is charged with '"' I ioam neorKcton. lojgani 703 pm 1037 pm 734am nSpm of Cv Singleton at Kings ncsday's winners were l.ela May, Harris Lexington.. 3 4$ a 7 35 pm il as pm 10 15 u m 415pm 700am 340pm 30 p llrst. Anotlier lino of entirely new the inurder the Xivhiil.mille, 28 pm pm 8111 pm a m' 1.7 ni 3 JJ J ui Frvneh 1'aik, Ceawood and K'ed if .....' 37 a m 3 to p ni t, of vears ago. lie will net cAcciiliirof I'cyioii rilirce di't'il 1 is a m 3 10 n 11 35a m p g(5(Hls will bo given away and everybody Mountain a couple 30 t is pin y id pin J.Vi a Junction City a m Li) stone. Soinerct 05 30 p in t os a m i 30 p m on a new railroad v 3 cw p ni is invited to come and enjoy the concert found him working m 11.1kd.1lc J 7 33 a in 1 ic II 3 j ill 35 b 50 p 3a 4U1, 1888, 1000 pin Monday, 8 30 a m miles from ISirmiugham, Ala., and witli . 4 u a in Ar'v...l!tiatlanoo2a. l.'ie 710pm 9 on m DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. and secure a present. t'v K. p m ,...1 850am 6ut pm l."ve...L'ii9tfiiinosn.. assistancoof the contractor took him the l .unity iniirt ily, t l3Pin '., rv .Aiiau.i 110pm 10 p l.'e....lliriniiit:hain A. !'. (iibbons' corjis of iainteis 35 p m 3 30 a in .. ,345 pm In addition to our regular Kriday'stwo without trouble. The evidence that he .. Tuvcr.lo.is.i y 10 a nf 140 in (no pm'i3 48 . a supplement is the guilty party seems to be conciu have returned from Lincoln county, 39 Shares of Stock in the Farm..l.ve I sua m in 30 pin... exti a pages, we send out 1175pm 4 10 m Ar'v ....Meridian , . .1.1.1... p ni 3 p ml ...New Orleans ...l.'v i i t.. im--....t ninMimn Ar'v 6 ,p m i jn a ..i it. 9 (u ...I ers National Bank containing an address to the public from sive. ne reiues id laiKinucu, nowever, ..i incv iieiiieu .u. wneie .i ..' .. uiuo pm. j 10.1 m'l.'tc. ..!llrridi.in.. ..Ar'v 6 13 pm .. l.'ve... ..JaiUoii. ..Ar'v 90011 the 1.. A X. ollicials, whose and in that he is wise. Finding that he house to a thorough painting. And 1. ve. .Mckxiiur 4 ' I'll'1 ti loam Messrs. II. (J. Sandifer, C. X. Smith, .Monroe by the legislative committee was such as could go to Texas about as cheaply as to 4 30 p m 1. ve 1003 ill in the First National 6 00 u in t 25 Shares t 13 pm Ar'v....Shrevjiurt lillcher, . ti. Dunlap, A. U. to deserve the sharp rejoinder that they Alabama, Mr. .lolnison went on there at 9 jo, m. N , 1.. j.k Bank. X. It. Train X. leave O ikdnlr at o 05, M, and arnv in Chftltiiio-'.It will repay perusal and wt with Mr. lv. C. Faulkner and family, j verson, M. F. Unlet, .las. Crow, .1. .1 make. Ch.ittanooi;.! at 4 oovl'. SI., ttnil arrivun 41 Oalcilalc at J5 No. 17,' r,eu:l wiiiienold in rroiiioriinciuri-liuuhope our readers will do so carefully wlio went to live, and M'r. Sam Ueid Yeiser, of Uyan Comniandery Maun liotidoir lluflet blcoplnc C.irMjoall truui. lie was very are in Mavsville iu attendance 011 the between the hour f m unil 2. II CDI.l.lilt IN, lienl r . .v r. . . The I.. A: N. is managed by gentlemen, who went to JOIIXC.CAUI.T. l!tHrl Maiwsi,r, I!. CAKIiOl ' Oniral hiiprrnucmlent miicli pleased with Texas, but not (irand Cominandory. Mr. William M. ' JOIIX M. HAIL. and no litllus.et clothed with brief r,. 1. 11k VVcl I'.i.irlli Sircet, CuKinn.ill. Ohio M I' (;cnrr,d O Kxecutnr l'cltii r.mbrti', dic'il. Fields and Misses Annie and Can Jo enough to remove thither yet awhile. can detract fiom their merits. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal ' L m m y ?Io Bo ... TUCKK rJla 1, I I I siir-vivi- well-tel- ' A ,,. ,.,.. UMOTOT iVMKJLY C4B()U;liiH(F7 I . - .op-ii- to-da- trui . -' H I 1 -- well-know- n SPRING OPENINGS PAPER DECORATIONS j I..L-- . JrZT Sri.WS. ,H,lh-.nes - 1 '""'iyo-a-nioM.ieketfor- ,.). j 1 -- A. E. GIBBON'S, DJ5HTX,t.K, KY". 1 Hooth-Harre- tt left-han- d j I Ao Mo . 1 FENNYi j 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 . t I 1 I ? lf . -- I I 1 !' lilt ' pir-riim- -J (1 . I 1 I , bi-s- ' s' tlnn :i-- 1 1 il Ca-ca- de 1 , 111 BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! t' free-trad- w, . . 1 ,,,. I - wi-ii- t .ie-d.i- y, Illin. t , ls-e- -t I ij 111 - 1 -- , ... .. j 1 ye-te- r- WWIn'ffi litis-lU- I y Pirs, j j . l - to-da- . M.dismk-MiiiiT.iM.ntniii-ter- ! .. '' "" .tiuai '"' . I.. -- GEO. D. TaTEAREKT, MIN'G'R,. -.. 1 i iUe.-lio- 1 in-la- 1 11 t'. 11 t I I . 4111 , SEW FURNITURE STORE I ! -- 1 V 1 1 ! -- ..... ..,, I , I j j . - j inn-ro- t I d. tlw-le- - Courier-.lotiina- l, Ma-te- is ' ' f j ! .. 1 , I pliot'-rapl- i-- i V A-- "i I QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. New-lan- lif t R 11I nyJ.-iit- s r - I 1 stir-piis- c, -- Pul-Hu- Notice to Contractors. e -- I .... S'J,-IlV- i ... - V, I - I s f- - j - nowx. ' " 1 r I -:- XV 11 11 111 111 11 G 1 , I I I 111 111 1 June 111 111 11 V ! .1 .1 . . 11 111 1 111 .1 . .1 . h .1 111 . , 111 .l .1 "-- "" i Q ) 7 c jiro-pei- -t. 1 -- , -- il V . ,.i,f . . fS 'A$j A iL ')' - 'i: . J.' .. wXelW' "T" '' "r" "" - r Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Seiond cousin toMiiud S., ;rai(cii)i ,re e SANDIBGE AHEAD. I TIIK I'AN'CV SADDLK STALLION, ami N'til- WOO UK COMHINKD SIAI.I.ION, : WALLACE DENiMARK, Koalcd May 1, i8;o, is a rii.li Mahocoiiy bay, hands high, heavy mane and tail' Is strictly fine and fancy: ii both a natural and pleasant .addlcr, breed fancy and when iulcly driven In harness goes like a trotter He Is burn tail style mi hnlli sides 10 the third generation, is lm. led by thor oiighbrcd on both sides, making him very at live and sprightly in gait, in form aiul finish a perfc I model, lie was sired by Sumtiler Denm ilk, he by ( romncll (ioddard's Denmark, h by ('aincs Denmark, he by the r.n e bore. Dvumarli, he bt Hi- - first dam was sired by Sir Imp, llciigeford Wall ice, heby rndntinter's Sir Wallace, he by Sir Albert, thoroughbred, ad dam bv Yirgiimis, dam of Virgmins by I'ranhy, thoroughbred he by the hipp mare telebtaleil Mason's hip: .id dam . The Casey Democrats Sound a Key Note. At u niet'titu of the democracy of Casey county in nias convention in Liberty May .th, .1. Iloyli- - Stnui', ('htiiruiiHi County Committee, culled tin.' tnvtiii to order and explained its object tube tin; .'election of delegates to tbe State Convention to be lield in Lexington, Slav Hitli. (In motion of (i. A. l'rewitt J. Hoyle Stone wik chosen Chairman of tbe meeting; tbe chair thereupon appointed 1. 'A. l'rewitt Secretary. On motion the chair appointed T. W. Wauli, A. K. Clarke, JI. 11. McAuinch, (Jeorge W. Gadberry and Joseph Wheat n committee on resolutions, who after retiring' a short tinu" reported the following which were unanimously adopted: Kr.soi.vHi . That we approve the call j of the State Central Committee for a Statu Convention in Ixxiiigtoii on the -- iij0 F.ries.on Jr. is by Krii's.on (6in a ,1 list hy I Mcinbritio Chief, by Memhrino Paymaster, dam llic dam of Goliath jo. His sons sired Ji and his ; daughters are VV'iU mate ilie season of ill! at my liable near the dams of 3 in the 1 joint. Krricson Ir. Is half brother lu recordnft She bv Lincoln iiuintv. on tne Shelbv Cits-- f 'i aStf am old and sold to Kuturt jluiiiicr a ami rsnon i iimpce r i.iu. is ram lor in thai age for $ie,x. season, with n. insurain e,or iia la insure .1 living uy uouoc a) oiu iriiot, sire ot riiotjr. cull, miuiiu anil a ngnt nrsi turn um J30UM. ,. rnoi jr. sired dams ol nt II. mil. t Denm.ir Ismiur' b.iv, with eiil 10; .naiiu mk; .mihi.hhi t 151. ami 11 in stv e ikm action, nas uiir 1.111 am inane. stands ft ' 3olit. Membrinu Cluet tlie'J Uady I'horne hand bub, j year old thi.spruu A n sircu ' is;;, Woodford .Memhriitii Ilriimul 1 ill.. d combined horse he hits no superior, if mi ciua , Msk Alembrmo CluiTi iyj, lla) Henr J 14 .t in having 1.1n ur.i irue mi tarioni It MembrinnStar . aS,, ..icinnrinu I'llot x a;, .orui rairsin tne .Maie 111 harness, nnacr auu e mid in Star itby, harnett hore. at u tad mode' riiiiti: anduou Kncon Jr is a olid blai.1., 16 hand high und d e hore, in n loinbined and d horte, I ci-ixa))uuiiu. lie a nore thai recom- - Dc iee lie h a not a peer 111 Nentncky. mends himself e en if he had no pedigree, but Hani et Denui'ir Is lis Kin.- Denmark, he lit rosesiiis the blood that he !. .h.inl.l mL lum Star Dennur he by Jones' Oeiini tr , he bv oil I oneof the sraildest Matlious in Kenluck) Ser- II ac Denmark, the 4. mi e rate horse he by Imp. vices will be lledgcfurd Kir.t dam by I'horister, he bj Conir.iLl, impnrl-- I $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, ed ad dam by Jim llro 11, he by (ii e Si.ro.uln. Uy nuke lled- Mr If pament is deferred till after weanlu; time, ana He nydam Archie; tnim dam by Chance olLarch- by I'lrwle und he ford, 4th will be added. 1'artin with or moiing marc er. tifth dam by Keutiicss III0..0MI and he by I renders money due. Will also stand my tine Jack, Imp. Illossom, oth dam Ii) llriitus ;lh dam by Samlet K Denmark l)j 3ItoM3i!!mSSTO 1 ui.. Gir.D3E.ROY. II II ISs.l lusrlcjaut Jerey II ill will stand at I iSj i thlsseasMii, at $3,OABII, .it tune of seivi with ptisilrgcf return if' is not with MP. F. II Ill'RNSIDr I It an Alls tom' rohinson, Sou of Wal'.ice llennurk above; 1st dam b Miller's Denmark, he by the race horse, Dcumait; his dam oilre ; d dam by Montgomery s 1.111 Tinu is a line shaped er. ulsdani bv o d Drennon hands horse.li ack with heavy ni.uie and tail; high, is nulur.i sutd e' and ii warraiit him saddle breeder. 11 i'f MISSKN(j1KHUHIKF,.IK Hay stallinii, foaled in 1)3), He is nf fin so pounds 11 POWDER Absolutely Pure. PEACOCK, JR., I likli. ".'. ' c? L? ' l'f K- - fcv That we fully and freely endorse) i powder ncer varies. .A marvel of ntiritv county. More the administration Cleveland, ;hraenf OTUjn.I'lmJs Viid cannot economical1 In be told the Xation's great man, in every partie- - competition lth the mnliiiudi ol low tet. short BLACK DENMARK! weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in mar anil tlenouncu all of the little, petty cant. Koval llAKtm. PownR Co., THE Tl'RIMV HOUSK, 106 Wall Street, New York. e carpings of little, politicians i'(, W ill makp the present season at I. D Garner's, j miles from Crab Orchard, on tbe Stanford pike, against him. Wo are satisfied he will and will serve mares at lc nominated and elected bis own suc-- f WILLIAM LYLE. VMor and all little Hebel rags (Hags) and $xo Colt, t'hisyotm; thoroughbred will make the 1.. i . 1.. si.. :.. ut. s:nt ,! IIIIAIII IJ.II, 1'lrfl.K llll bloody shirts waved and exhibited bv nor, IlllCJiikkt .1 high, sired by 1.1....!. s...t.t. IllVUlt Money due when Imp. Jack 14I, hands I.lc lait is ascertained or mare pann- of 'SJ at the low prlee of republicans Will be anlut of a splendid jennet, will make the season- ed with. the little tllirtl-l-at, l)ccri)tion and Pedigree lll.ick Denmark is ol iS33 at mv staliJe between the Danville .V Stansh'j'cn'iu'kn itk"" 510 llKl' .hsop S gllllt on the bull S bom. ford and Danville .t Huslonsillc plke, 14 rears old this spring;, jet black, a No t combined Imrse, fine style and action, and a gnoi breeder Money due September 1st, i3i, al the drijshy That we are in favor of all lecili- AT $8 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Sired by the famous old Stonewall Jackson, he by farm, near Shelby City. K mate schemes to pixmiote uiu'versjil edu- - l . ...-- 1 ...1L lllack stallion, 10 hands high, lulled in llli.tlre ..unci uiu tt asningion wenmark, He uv tne tourDescription and Pedigree: llreechloader is a lorfelts Insurance and money mile race horse, Denmark lllack Denmark's rich dark bav. with black nntnls. nut a white Ii) Almoni Prince. First dam by Romulus. A cation, but we are opposeil to the so- - falls due. C. It. KNGLK.MAN dam by Crusader, grand dam by lllackburn (t;) munt Piime by Alionnl u. sire uf ys perfnrmes nn him. has t . and tail. itl. hands hlait . v hip. Stonewall Jackson dam by ..i.ii.t. .'".. in the 7 joint jua11.1n, His dam ihe dam of.Molh. Lon4, a pttlect model As 10 Ms breeuuij called IJluir educational bill or any other her dam by Medoc retard i .iiti rcicr iu ans 01 .in.. Will also stand my two fine jacks 111. ACK without a single iu exception, lare, tine ni monstrosity, which as we Ihlsis a scry st)li.h celt, kin.1 and genlle and solid THi: llOsS Ml' I.I. JACK, HAWK and I'llIXCK color. Hetow l his Prisate trial at seals ol age on half mile track to harness Hlictmaiit promise, t be a glut hors believe, was introduced and sup-I.. D. GAItNKIt'S. Crab Orchard. ij mr tne stun lie has site, st)le, hen. and s No. 47. 11RKF.CHLADKR, bay, foaled in JA. w.iiion J i Hy Imp. Millet, tjo. I.N DOI ported by the republican party for SXXjAS Datk bay, 154 hands high 'I he finest horse, stance Will make the season at dam Nellie Vile), (grand dam of Hlnvile by the bet breeder and the highet hrsd horse in LARS on ihe same terms as Messenger I hiefj lloth horses ill seasn at my farm nn Ihe Mor the sole purpose of robbing the rsatiou-a- l Will make the present eaon at the stables of his Hob lohnum. so low .1 price Kentucky offered to the public at and and Carpenter's Station turnpike, j uii s 9 dam Marv Churchill bv Ales Churchill ' and on terms so liberal Treasury, the destruction of the rights o ner, a mile w est of Stanfor.', from llustoniill i dam hy Imp Marsrase grand dam of King Alfonso of the States and to complete their cherJ K HAl'lillMAN !$30 to Insure a Living Colt. U Hay su inn, 15 hands and inch hih, will nuke INSURE A LIVING COLT. 4 dam Mistletoe, hy Cherokee, ished scheme of enforcing social equali- AT $10 TO tlie season of liSS at the stables of hnilrman ,V usan by Itgtr $ dam lllack e)ed It) WILKIN'S MICWVI1KR if), A few of his cet can be seen on th o dam by Albeit. premises tarns, Lancaster, Ky., ty among the races. that will comnare fasorablv with the cet of any 7 dam by Algerine ick Citey Alfred dam 4. That in the person of (Srover Clove-lan- jack in the count). A lien will be retained on the AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. i dam abymare ptircha.ed in 'irginlaby CaMt. ("e. ' Sire of III the Prince ol is Klnitslcs i:t6)(, and lllack Jack, s'lj. slam mare colt for season money. Parting with 9 now president of the United States, forfeits the Insurance. Ureal care "ill be the Hurbridgc lor breeding, but whft.c pedigree taken to Money due if mare is parted with Last )iir the Dam Al.l.LY. now lo.i; believed tn be b) Amencus accident., but will not be responsible las first sci.nn, of his co Is base alrcad) come, we tind all the essential elements of a present any occur should they arc fino and largr Mr. Robert Collier has 10 dam b) Imp Monke trial t:io4,:ind the dam nf lbert I'riBCr, R. II. & I'.. P Wf)ODS. dam b) Imp. Medle) wise ruler of a great government and we i one and say. it is the colt eer foaled on his ti and Wilton, t:n).',' 11 dam hy Imp. Shark place. All the frars un) uni' has eser had in retherefore instruct our delegates to cast MKIKlll'OI.II AN. 1,,,. gard to his breeding was that his colts woiil I he I) dam by Imp. Fearnaught n.vltSl)VKS HA.MIIL..TONIAN its. Son of R)sd)k's Hambleloniati small, the colts that base come proti to the con the vote of Casey county for him an our mares at' Have alsoa good jack, that Kill rtc ..... lirutssldam I. VlV CKISWOLD trari ltli,um,,n . I... av,,.I..l lt..1l.... Dim, JOKITK, n same terms as the horx ' of Al. Sander's choice for democratic candidate for presiand Hell b Mambriim sis Dollars, II) (HOOD CHI:i'. month. No tc. Pasture Trial to vvugoo t it ti, Chief, who is the sire of Nutwoou 1 3,; Wedge-- ; sponnbilit)for mare at Si 50 per s. IKVIs. for accidents dent. Sire of I'aunie KoJilnson, t Jij wixkJ Dick Mi. lis VIA INO MOKOAN. 1; Vicking 1 j$;First dam in- - a ix and U H H M Jitinon, Agent 16 more in the 1 jo 1st by Conian-". That in the person of Win. S. I'ryor, ' by Imported U'llkinsMlcawberwassinslbs Its.dsk's Haw. hirmiglibred ti encne be out of I,bletonian, dam Lady llrimu, dam o Piikwick, present Chief Justice of the Court of Ap MeliopMnjii.il Rysd)k' llambleloniin. da jd dim Ohm Pull brother to Danville Wilkes, record 1 ?6l, Millwood by Imported Munanh Kclipse jd dam by Lung Maud lllack Hawk. s:syW,ln Seeles's Aincriruii Star, U'r.ilul dun b Hyacinth by Vultiiiiret, graudam Clara, dam ' peals, we tind an uiiiif,'ht judire, one who ' 'j.re orsaiiieVasen. trial j 3y by Lyle's Wflkes PET CLEBOURM ir raynor nanun-'- j i.iuemuut two mulitlis .Visiter r.ancc, son ol l.ince, son nf American Desler und lKtalr, lis Srely's AmericaU Star ;o, sire 01 .Mattie tl , 1 y. Mctrotiolllan I. ackliileili;l bv .11 i ,o hasj lone worn the judicial robe with n, First dam by Skedaddle, id dam by Wavy, id last sm. mi he s.ivs in shap he can tn: a ih1 . I. ,.... , ll'fii I... St - ... f(e best mail) frank; Ske- track " Mr dam by Old lelejraph, 4th fill. ombmed stali.ni, will make the .eason of , '", ? 7" " ' "' ,'"" ' ',"." ' .. "1 of Ihe best, rud byIlls full the trrv Resia bird sia credit to himself and honor to his State; daddle by Oliver by Wagnerdam by by llerthume, when there V5 week trotted 1, the Letcher' track lien ever fniled five Waxy Victoria ast ijuarter in sister, in my stable near Turiirrssilte, Lincoln coun Hal. J5 a iW at ituKnitiicnt form, he case abundant promise of a sold at the Mil'itran .sleior J; ) ihe hlghr we therefore instruct our delegates to 1st dam by Stoncy Petral, 3d dam by Torn dam (nod race Timed by Mr Letcher. He made no ty on the Stanford X. Ilu.lnnslllr Turnpike, eser at Lexington codsiderui); he was in Lyle's Wilkes iby lieorrfe Wilkes in; it inot brilliant career. loth on the track and in the pilce fillies paid for a broud mare at publit sa by Metropolitan, neither of bir stud Major Thomas Morton, nt New Vork, Two Coons American Clay, sire i eat the vote of Casey county for him as aLou Matfiebvtlriszs 3 27, Klla Clay a of Oranville fix bein fourth in FAOI.KMAN .VVAKRI.'s were eser nn.is.ed single sou at public sale f AT $10 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. 76, s.role us that he rcfu.cd lor Wilkin. Mi. aw the choice of the democracy of Casey for sire of Llimmie (. a 1;) Post Hoy 3;. Magic, Keno ber jut short time before his death an oiler of JI 111 aseraging SVSt so Lancaster1, K jajjf, 11100,1 A, Pat C'lcbourne is a red lia), heavy mine and tail $,5 ,,00, and the ireat driscr, Curl Hurr, .as. that . til Iff bv II lituJ's llljrl. II, 2 J3V4 and Mystery a ao. vv J Appellate .ludj,'e. hands high, of fine style and nction he' has alivai. considered tnat In the death of .suss nun. an by Volts Highlander ; srindim bj II i.ill W ilL . full lirnthr In liti.rnn WilLn. IS and will lie 5 year, old on the ith of June and Wilkin. Micassber breeders sustained the ti. That it is a characteristic of the has started in four races, won two of them ill Illood Chief slr of Aratu.; ird dam by liniidrsiii. the best natural .addle stallion In the county He one of the sery greatest ol all the ureat sons ol old Wooley Jim it) Fannie Robiiis.in . .(, an Me out 01 democratic party to denounce thieving i.trai);lit heats and got mouc) colt that tlurU.been ban--is, Chief jVt nas pruseii nim.eii 10 or . .urr loai zriirr miiu hi. namlilctonlatl lllaik lla-- k sired the dam has sire of.Sallie Vai;eii,his only He was sired by Ilaugb breeding Is Arnim i and Almoni Jr in seven race, winning second' o in Itlsdvk'. Il.ilnlditnni.ill. who sired l"Olll sire and of in high or low places, we therefore de- died; has started them. man's Abdallah, he hy Abdallah lileni.oe, by J.e dim nl l AIIK AW AV hassited i) a In pi lluriner. grandam of Hi lie Hrsttield w and Proliene 1 nioney in nseof nounce the defaultino; felon, James V. Kderson Wilkes will make the season of S33 at Fhis fine stallion will make the eaon of ilsS at F.lmore by St Klmore by Alexander's Abdallah by und has sired lof sons svho hase sired user tio Hr)u and Kinsold are full brothers- - llrvsn sears old and Rino d Kysd)k's llambletoman Fir.t dam by (ieneral lloth are b.)s ill, to performers, and has sired the dam. of Co nrr my farm, miles from Stanford, 0:1 the Stanford Faulkner by Old Telegraph I'J yermont lllaik t Tate, and highly approve of the prompt my place 4 miles west of Stanford, at lormtrs with records ol a to and hsltrr, iirnilng bands hiah. and estreme s Anv mn.l .i.l,.h u'.i! . t,. ,. . !,na 'an'" of MJ ( mv slab'e al More an Hawk !i ,'sherman Morgan b) Justice Morgan, him the greatr.t troltlnir horse progenitor that has male Ihe trsr itcftnn nf nne ..v..ll..., ,..., v...... mm J..,. Tuin-r- w, .....I ivjjvv..v... aa.ww .Mat hiii K) , "" " mraansx 2nd dam In (inddard's Sumpter Denmark bv srtappearetl s9a 'I .M.l.lr., tlic uain ot llarVawa lo mies ninth of Hiiitonrtile n W.i.liington Denmark, id dam by Old Tom Haf is nnr 01 nis tnrec ureaie.i oaugnirrs AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. an investipttion Wj h ien retained on all colts until service fee is wiature in prosecutin-in e only Ihe Husiousl le A Iansi o turnpike, that horse approaching Kssd k' llambleton.is a sire Hy an analysis of his it will be. ami onerinj,' a rewartl lor theahsconding paid Will cite uersona! attention to mares, but Description and Pedigree Vennont contain, ihe Pest .add e and trottius blood producing dams is isinericau me .ire 01 AT $12.50 TO INSURE A LIVINC COIT. not responsible for accidents, should any occur. is a black horse, foaled in iSSj, 16 hands known to the world ln.idcs lo cro.M.. of thor I.adv Hioivn, the damof Wilkins Micawber We vilhan. CHAS. L. CROW, high, two white feet behind, sired bv William oughbred know the breeding of HARKAWAY will bear Stanford, Ky. 14 7. That we believe that we have good Welch, bv Uvsdyk's Itambletonl.in, ist'd.im Katie the clo.e.t atuh.lt and we h.ne cscrv roiitidenie Lien retained oil atl (a Is If aUy mate 1, te bre-Grimes, by (Jill's Vermont, 3d dam lllack Swan, that he will produce sliced and we believe those to another horM. r lrade.1, money oil be die L0QAN CALDWELL ! men in the county of Casey fully quali-tieby Helm's Yorkshire, by Imp Yorkshire; d dam nttronting him will realise at much profit from lira., will lie furnished al Ji so per month (are Little Kmlly, hy Wagner, hy Sir Charles, by Sir his oroduce as troin the produce ot anv horse In will be talrii to present atcldent. or escaiNsi, and suitable to till all the offices of will the fand, Ihe same and Archy; At Lcviatlian, occur STALLIONS FOR 1888. 5th dam ath'd.im KnulySpced, by Imp(trcendriscr; stand the same limeLo.'anonCaldwell. termsis Mack wotthv theand his fillle. should make brood mares tin repoii.il,iliv ,hou j ,, AM, Mnrrl.inJ, Ks Of He this county and we are opposed to by 1'ackolct; Mh dam "by my jack, embrace of the bluest blood s mealy nose, j sears old and lusirly 16 hands cn are lushed tfcall and examine for themselves 7th dam bv Marvland Pliuniv; Sth'dain bv Hanmen for that purpose alone from niliat: otn clam uv silkv. In rovscl, Sue hmilv. huh Ha. pros en himself a sure foal .'elter and t)lc horse and hi. produie Attention is called to Speed fn llruce's'Stud llook Vol. page joj) Ver- otieof the be.t mule Jack, in Ihe scite, lie wa. any other county, State or Territory. lc following extract v.m I lllifilla T.l mont llainblctonl.111 is a fine, big horse, with IncIrt'U U) III ..I IIHHllfc4 t.t.al.s. VlfUK l.l. .'llHiailf llltllt Olmii, III , Mar. in, iSs- 8. That our delegates are instructed to lines style and good bone, an da sure breeder; H.iwk by Peters lllack Hawk bv Mason's lllaik llarkawav never made what could be PRINCE iMKSSKNflKR. by' Imp. Mammoth b) Morinio by the sire ot Prince hih, Che.nut stallion, railed a season Iu bis life until vou bought him cast the vote of Casey county for .f. V. f (treat l.ou Under i6' hand, llraceletstredAiiKelus, sired by'William Welch, thellessle T. can Imjicri Hasikba inacs ua Mammoth ov .viounjo aiummoin in Dam dam lir.tCodrin(;lon; jdlydam Mis. al, 1 or better William Welch wa sired by trot iu imp. .1 .. .. ii,, Jeremiah I aj'j, .: Our people were ab.olutclv dead to the merits of ,1 . .. .1 a .io lie win oe pHrmnieu in serse .siammoin. Colyar, of Pulaski county, for delegate ad dam Hrunette, by thetrotter Deserved two mares when three vcars 3 for jenHiiiuhletonian, private recoid 15, t.t dam few Jennets at J10 for jack colts and by ith dam uy the Colonel, Ac. old and got two colts, both owned here, and )oo from this district to the National Con- Stykesstudthe Caster, further pedigree. lla) .talhon. the dam of Kodrn's Prince, 1 j;, and bv Imported net colts buuk for Oi See You can not iMl.bredbyH i hands inches hljh foaled w.. could not buy either for ijoo, . on all colts until the season C A lieu retained his sire, wa by Dalesman, out ol Lufra by Trustee (son of Cotto) and sire of io utiles trotter, buy Harkaway soungsler in or around Olney for by Mcssenitcr Chief,Mock. DansilL, vention at St. Louifi. Parting with mare forfeits iu.iiraiue ( Mm.' Mc.sencr paid sire by the ever famous Pantatoon. Tru.tee, a dam by a son ol Mambrino, by Imp.1 is Windhound,he less thun JiK) to '500, out ol ixnliiniin mares I IV i Firt dam a fa. t natural pacer, b) oua SI. That II. H. McAninch, I. C. ThomDalesman by King Tom, tbe most successful sire Mcocngcr, Vermont being a grandson of the great All) marc bred to above slock and then bred to ersed In his whole life mares and got lg lo.il. and money bead dam by Oinini'. Telegiaph England has eser produced; his sons, Oreat Tom, Itysdvk Hamblctoni.in, the grandest sire lis ing, all) other animal forleits I'nr .rural )ear he ran wild in pasture and cos America; oung America by WakeL'p J.ke. recordpaier o J as, J. W. "Whipp ami J. Hoyle Stone and King Han and Phaeton, were imported to the I' und (iill'i Vermont combined, backed hy thordue j ered no mires, during the time I vnlt) Ing to see dam hy Old Sweeper 'pacer :i titic stock horse made themselves famous Rssdsk's whether I uould go under or stay on 'top of the ii) sneilon s I .lejraph paser )On.ioi's Teleran all other good democrats of the county, S. and Tom was by Harkaway, as siresuf winner.. oughbred, will makeAbdallah, .on ot Mainlinnn, He sired ihe Pbe King the sire of In.h ll11111hlctoni.nl, by sod, II C. Ssmis who may desire to attend, be and they llirdcatcherand Fangha Dallough, ((he .ire ot (lum by Imp. Ilellfouuder, jd dam by llisliop'. '.' ,C) '""" scry and trial mat. Addre W. A Itl'SSF.LL.or. Ills breeding on dam's side is JJS much like Je Dalesman's dam by Pantatoon So Ilainhfuliiniaii, jd dam by Imp Messenger. Leamington.) I. II. KN..I.K.MAN. rume I timer's i ij are hereby selected delegates, to attend it is seen that London hai two close crosses of Pan their dams being of pa, ir by Downing'. Vennont, sire oj .illl' Vermont, DiiLvllle, Ky RECORD, 1 s 7 If liiieaxe; and man) others .. numerous t Lancrcast.I'ramp by Columbu., in. s and wist the vote of Casev county iu the taloonand through tire runssithro' tnrougn lilt dam the dainof Hnigmaj a 16, 1st dam ot Confidence, Hon Ihe pacing blood ba. helped Io pndu (llarklcys) Mm ol Coluinbn., ..ire line louclistone, Ulencoe.etc, ... .1 uinv Mauds. tA.: .1 I' .. v.. , . nnu sJ.... a as; ny IK.rr.u11l, sire ol tne dam ot hand, high, foiled is' bs I Orlando. Worn .tiilio-5'dam ilav I ne mrucaicner, lie t Mate Convention in Lexington on the he trace, to Full earnld alSV, a 74; jd dam bv .M.ilchless, sire of the Caster,Sultnnand all the most lamous performers 16. I'rinrep, 511. sireol .eventeen a jo perlunner.. it ,' Ditll, also to cast the Vote of the COIlllty land sires in Kngland. This liorsc will stand dam of L'liin.iv, ,i. (Jill's crin.mt i. the sire of Prime r dam llamile, b ll.imlvt, 100, the sire of r ill nuke Ihe .eas-- n .it llonner llov, a a,, lllack Mnriii, j 21,, Lads Oav V Puntllnd a 10; id d.'un Lindora, the dam ol in the convention to nominate a candi1 50, and Lnjg.in a 40 , aUo sire of the dams of a J,!, by Haaiblelniiian, 10, the sire f Dexter, sjiio (ianibctU W ilkes a an. The King 7 ;',', Nellie L. th dim bi date for .ludgo of the Court of Appeals. 17K i ,d dun by Imp Cnii.teruution; AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. PARK. Lady Wu.hingtonOra) ; jtli dam Mogg) b) Imp. $if Outlaw j ity,. Pearl jo. a.vivi, Dails 1Ken-- i ' t my farm n the S nier. i pike, 10. That a copy of the.e resolutions lleatrice a ji', Ludy Patchen and ' ln mil. of Stanford tucky Gentleman Princup., j.l, the sire of Trinket all, mid 10 i'4, und sire- ot the id dam uf be sentto the Ivratiou I'hilTliiiinpson 1 itf. -- M) J.. others with record. t j j vr belter; b) WiwHlford . Kvsdjk's llambletonlan, bv Abdallah, sire of Almnbrino Join.v.M., Kentucky Advocate and !, son ( Mambrino Chef and STALLI0XS FOR 1888. Sir 'alter a 17; 1st dam by Cliurlc Kent mare, Woodbine, dim".', Wedgew'd all. I'lrst dam 16 hands high; by Ten Ilroeck; it bv I111I) Ilellfoundcr; idd.ini One Kve, by lli.hop Primrose, .liter to .Malmui-.News for publication. And then Hay hor.e dam of Munetla, dam idam of I'elli'Wplay and Drake Carter by liainhlctoni.ui; ,vl dam Soiertail, bs' Imp Mistrial 1 io;, by Abdalbh IS, ire of Gold.inith Maid on motion the Convention adjourned, Hasgolteli allrmbt Planet; ad dam. Krolitc, Felbwcraft'.and Spend senger. Kvdk'.i lliimbtctoni.in f the sire ol a rent) f,fn., dam lllack Rossi, dam ol Darkness id 7 ami FIILKES. will stand him .il $1'Jand isiiohmare, mid fir noet.I CO for thrift's dam, bs Lcxinzton; id dam Florinc, Nettie 2 iSiindj7 other with records ot jjii or ilcruiotui, trijl .ToSsji b) Tom I'eemer; jil iIjdi ti. A. I'ltr.wrrr, Secy. by Imp. I.lencoe. (io to the stud book nctter; also ol the d.uns of Trinket i 14 and ij by Cain non's Whip, (th dam bv ltobin (iruy. aliaOforajaik imidJlG f. ra jennei- -t in Four-ear old reiord rn sure a In III c ill in c. h instance. for extended pedigree, and find noii.her blood. (So other, with records of a jo or better. Paiilllnd 10. !) llmnlet ilfj, the site "f A calander and find the line he comes ol, to racing HUBBLE. M II VI Vermont Downinz's) bv If ill's, lllack Hank. Volunteer ss, sire of St Julien a iij, CliMer 17 Sl.MCNI V FIK DlLI Rs I III. sFMN. G!!MN, both bs sire and dam illumines its brightest pages sire ol Kth.in Allen a Down-Vermont and others. Volunteer j) bs lluinbUli.nlan m Hook full f..r i J3e sianfiid, K) wltligreatainleveinentH tie enmmnes tne nioou ilia's is sire of the dams ot Knigina, - w, and alsn I'ir.t d.im Lml) Patriot, ilam of Sentinel jg!) by I.011 and Mrs. lieorge Hrigbt at.Miss of (ilencoe, Lexington and Phaeton, the lattcrthro' sire of the dam ot Mambrino llrncc, the sire ol Young Putriot. ten llrneck and l.iivintoii twice tended the Sunday School Convention at hissire; and Fanny Holtun,tbe damnf I'en through Itelle Wil.on a 1SV7. SPKCTAI. NOTIl i:. llroeik Aerolite Hill's lllack Hawk, bv Sherman , Marrodrihurgthis week. .Mrs. I.uce is andOlenio, tliriie in Florine, PocahontU'., etc If it tisttroitln" mare Hill's lllack Morgan, dam Iu offering the service otawured that nieii)oung. is Hawk is the stallion to the public I leel inislilgliiy those has A i!V i ' is xu, tln.joung ' J I . I adage, 'Itloml will 1 I J J, Lancet a ajS, ing not out) iimn. will ftilK ''" lur,eWill In "" '"". lilSI ii lew llliys. theold prove hi. nmli tell, rfetting progeny ihat sire of llclle ot Sarutog.i 1 y.Young America as a trotter liimsell nut asappreciate lum, orecuin HliUllimiUO U'J lCtlian Allen 1.;!,, und a nurse uiim L. F. Hubble will return to Birmingham "ill show in front "at the finish." He i. greatly in 2 2,1, and is the sire of the dauw of Hlanche i.t',. rank, him anion the toreiuoat in the laud . . marks and form like liis sire, the famous en Ilroeck (ien Tweed, (Full brother 10 Majolua 1 chicken 1, Tunuewec . rr, ami As thshe weil int'irmed. at tills week. who.o.vmile record has only been beaten by his .on also the founder ot the great lllack Hawk faniili atarted iupublic is cl isely c.uiiesied a ) proving several riiic, He 1. that liu in the male and Icinale line a full brother to Concregan U Imrse, 16 hands high. Ilred by Rolit jo or tmiLiusisel) in t .uh case that lie i. a game, reliaU'i. IllUC II ....,1 Suntlay.school at 400 ol New ork City Foaled In iHi Sired w,pulp , longlv knit and has the inu.tle. and belter repiesentuiivt's, b rare horse At l.alnnl.i he sinnble, &M Cholera Cure ! record th(J new clllllcll here Itlld also one Vs- - 'l"af,-o- f ;'U thebc-- t descendeuts ..f Lexingioi., Startle, i6,iruol Mamlica ColuinbiK (ll.irk'ey'f Old Columbus, .lie ot ed iigaiiist II and others, Jais H din, ., . and will make the seasuii. I IF I KLN DOLLAR'S Confidencu a aS, d.im Messenger m.irc First dam 'Jessie Kirk 1 is1,, dam of Majolua i. . 1. easil) in three straight heats; lime, 11, by Clark Chief, . at the t insure t.iolished sow if Old Coliiinhut j ,'-- cotivertid p.uer, brought M. ad dam Old sire of Crosi Ky, with laigle llird Lady dam 13W, a 27 4. At Mavsville, 6ij ami ( hurley Friel of Little Mi.. from Canada, sire ot Contidem e as. Coluinbus is there is a necessity of two schools here apparently a dead ac onpetit Navigator a 31, llosamond a i'K,, and Young Co-- wa. trotted in r. wliit 11.j.. last time ol 1 at lit U, 2 in pacing by Cupt. Walker, sire of dim of Harthe remark ry ilkes 1 11JJ; jd dam b) Panrsh's IMmtli dam both ought to be conducted with the liimbu. a J5H i und alo sire (it the dams ot Hen pi pi approve ttjrllis Muit serine by Hrowii Pilot, sire of the dam of Dnnaldii;, Morrill a n. I.nulse N. J nisi. .Samc'ici.s a u, 1'u mare. greatest of liberality. Opposition is the ami Rosalind 21 v., )th d.im by ( adet son of Young Columbus l the sire of u rity, i .17" lllai k colt, foaled in 1SS5; by Caliban a,), (.ire of thoroughbred) FIFTY DOLLARS to life of trade, but it cannot be the founda- C. F Clay iS, Cyclone a i.t'JkCoa.ter iib i.t i ,o or better performer., and he has son. that in. ore a mare in foal limited to 25 approved li.nc sired 2 jo or better performen.. Old ilamAhieO. by Pa.card jo, si. of Almoin, sire of mare. Is the tounder of the Columbu. lamily, which tion of religion. ; m uain .viauam ruicii, ranule w itner.poon, Sured h Messcngir ( lilcl, IS15. blooj was to the I'.utwh it the Pilot, Jr, blood record a jv:,. slice James Itobin.-o- n has a cm which is dam ol I'.mm.i i. -by Dreunou, pj dam wa. to Krntuckv. llascoma i,and Puiitnna 2 CLA"2T, Sire of Maud Messenger 2 io1,', Abel jj''-.aii..... .... ,lwlllrv I. ....o..., villi..- jiwvi loi.tt...- ll..., .rcir.lll, 11 by General iailnr. Caliban 231, by Mambrino lllllllfn lllin urry, iy i.)iion, . ire 11 oiners rirsiuam i.an 220) I'llot, sire Miiiriiic K n; Hon ol liornuaiv 2 ulj : id dam bv Five-KENiVY record f is might be said that she is a lambing good dam Cassia, nf Hatiuis 2 M171: Mambrino Gift Harry by Ca.siu. CUy.Jr, sire of Mamorino Medle) son of Mambrino Chief, 11; ,(d Pascal by Almoin, owe. are blocking the paths Clayofi2it.,oiid uain ny .Norman Hay horse foaled April 1ft, i3.1i Sired bv Call. TMsyoiing stallion will make the season at the Pedimont 217, dam Pearlie Leonard, by Glcnviewi. a hay stallion, ij", hands high, foaled lull 2 slreof C)clone 1 2i, , 1st dam Sop of our farmers. Itud Co.v sold 17 year- sire American Clay, sire of Granville 226; ad dam by s.unc place and will be limited to twetit) marcs iSsj; beautiful in color and hitidsaiue in fonnund dam ofIIKmincnce i)c-a- olif record a;), an irano, d full Campbell, son 01 Warner; id dam he shows a true, well balanced gait and has un- sister to Steinwav iJavid John by Alingo, .on of American Kclipse; Almoin lings tq John Wood at : cents. record a 3 and AT $15 TO INSURE, doubted speed, luiiug shown quarters in yy2 So.o 2 a8'f by Sir.iinmnrc, sire of Santa Clans Spoonamore hauled his wheat to Denny by Alexander's Abdallah, sire of Guldsmitn Maid, jyear.old He had no track work last 2 171 dam Abbess dam of Steinway a"iYou will year Ills disposition U perfect and his blood record 2 23)4 and Solo W, by Albion iiireof Van. 1st dam by Mambrino Chief, sire of dam of And will go in training the 1st o( June. ."c Brown, at Lincaster, for S7J. Will Director t 17, ad dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. ire nf find on Investigating the pedigree that he is one line! l.)tton, the sire of his dam, was hy uy lair 14, , Jd uain i tiv .Marshal .Nny, son orim 2 oSl,'. horses 'SKVKN nornuaic 2 22, ason 01 inai lamous mure, if uuy, portetl Kmancipation. VL DOI. Swopo sold Iii.s mare for SL."0. Joel J dam of Maud S. crosses oll'heanalysis,ofthis ped- of ttiebest bred vouug George south of the Kiver. igree shows two Wilkes, American (dam of Director I7,and Omyard a Jt .) tat dam J.AUS the season, with the usual rcturni Mambrino Chief, two He has the blood of Clay and Messenger to back hint lor a .peed pro- uy luuwii Lliiel 111. UIUUICI ill iiUUsHVMiir;iv.n Walker last a very nice steer and lias of Pilot, Jr, two of Henry Clay und .. r, Thousands Of dollars built upon a pacing and thoroughbred ducer, nf Liari; uniel. more sick, supposed to lie caused bv foundation. This colt will serve mare at K Pedigree: Kenny Wlke' was sired bv Lite Glcnview will stindut 10 the Insurance, money luckcns die every year from Choi---Wilkes 4650, sire of Mattie Wilto a to; 1st dam due when the fact Is ascertained or the mare parted TKIi.V DOLLARS toin.ure something eaten while prazini.'. It is more fatal to chickens than Celka by d Hiawatha, lull kister to Maud Wil. witn. Hay hor.e. is hands hi jli, Ilred by I C .Mc Hams 2 26, 2d dam Tina by Mambrino Messenger .ill other diseases combined. Hut Ferran & Son, Louisville K) Foaled May 10th of Messenger Chief, who ircd the i ulre of thcd.un It is customary for all our people to GROVER f.w WB? M)Wli X Mii.jMWt l33o Sired bv Custer, sire uf Klvira. ivcar.old discovery of a remeuy Maud Messenger i 16H ; dam bs Downing' Hay mat fusitirtly record Messeturcr. atli dam bv S ounir leffer.un. iiacerr turn out when a circus conies to town. xi't 1st dam Moss Kose (own sister tn cures it has been Princeps sire of Trinket 2 14 and 16 others of; 30 A dark a sp'endid made, and to be condam b Hunt's 15'J It is also customary for all who have ev- combined bay horse will behands high,10 isserve mares 5thI.yle Wi'kcs j6jo Commodore. sire of vinced of its efficacy permitted stadiou, sou of George Wilkei; 1st Will make the present seison ut Wm. M. KueV orbeller) by Woodford Mambrino i Training Stable at $20 to insure a living colt or $10 Abbotsford 219s.; d dam Pnmro.e only re quires a $10 tn insure. dam Lou Coons, bv American Clay, 2d dam damof trial, tried ("miter's chicken4 cholera cure to at We will also stand the noted Jac , er i'rincepK sire of Trinket ' 14 by Alexander's Aba by Mambrino Chiel, id dam Mr. Caudle, the season, cuh at time of service. bottle is enough for He is years old, 10 hands high, a beautiful d.im of hricson dallah slreof Goldsmith Maid 14; 3d dam lllack one hundred 3d Illiw.itlia bv Hiawatha, son recommend it to their neilihors. It is bay, with fine mine und tail, a perfect modchickens. Rose ,dam of Darkness It is jl. and Native Ameri of imp. Albion, dam Duttter' Maid by Mambrino PEYTON EMBRV, sold on the plan of "no cure no pay" hy can 31K by Tom Teenier j 4th dam by Cannon's Messenger. Downing'. Hay Messenger bv Has el und a perfect saddle horse. If, after using of Sired bv Hubble'. Denmark, known us On Time. Whim till .lum l.o Unhlii (iui TWI'VTV I.'IV'C McKoberts t Stiif.'. ' tit At 10 to insure. Taking sire, style and breeding ninirs, dam bv Imp. Messenger. Downing' Hay First dam Mollie Mounts, b) C.tblc' Lexington; DOLLARS lo insure a mare in foal. J bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly Messenger is the sire of Lady Martin a jj, Jim into consideration, e thins ibis the lieapcst stock Porter Mures kept on grass at J per month at owners satisfied with it tVA. Mambrino Messenger, sire of Gen. ad dam by Young America, lie by Tailor', as a cure for Chicken jd give, risk. Horses standing by the insurance, money The House passed the Hiver ami ever otlered. on jrass at $i per month. No respon George !. Thomas, who sired Scott Thomas j 21, him a doubledam by Milter'. Denmark, which In Mares kept cross of the be.t saddle stock the due if he mure is parted with, llf any mare bfi-Cholera, return it to the undersigned und Lad) K.a !),',. slb'nity. For further particu ars callonoraddress. Hill hy a vote of 1(11 to 00. It world ; 4th dam by John Hlunt one of the best race to either of llie.e hor.es is rebrea to another horse Harbor THOS.C. ROHINSO.V, S. H.orJ. II. HAUGHMAN, horses in the wjrIJ, sth dura b Waxy. the money will be due. Iboks are now open and and.your money will be refunded. about Si'O.OOO.OtK). t,t Ky. 1 1 of.l-irove- At $3 on same conditions asaboiewith $1 added if not paid before weanin; time. Me is iW hands high, black with mealy points and general make up first-clasK. S. POWKI.I. Two and a half miles from Hiislouvilte on the Hustonvilleand Liberty Turnpike Road. Lincoln r beauty, stj e and reduce as a breeder, llmnlet has tin superior, a. d he transmit, these iii.illties to his olfsptin,: As a tAen of my npprecia.loti of past favors, and an Inducement' for fume usslitancr I uiu give $50 In premiums for the belt three cots by Unmet to be shoHtiin tSi at the Danville r'alr llood pasture will be furnished at Jj 30 per month. My persona and specla intention !' be given mares to present accidents, but wl I nn tbe responslb c shou d any occur C. T SANDIDOK. ij ami lor action, 1.IIIVI) Udlll llj 1......... .I. It Is needless tn say .1 speuai. Hamlet Dentil ir 's dam by olJ Lexuuton, ad .... 1... W..I1 ... it.... "l.ll for.IIICI an burners that I saddle, one-hors- ' BRIECHLOADER. to Insure Living : e to Insure a UvlngColt . A hands and , wci l)le and well galled. Mes.enger Chief. Jr was lml b r Chief itis by Abdallah Pilot First dam own i this liue.la. isby lilant, be by Imp I'aleimo, terloden'l lieorge II, I'hninas, sir. of S, on homas, record ill by Mambrinu Messenger, t 1st daui b) Kniiusoii Sampson, he bj Imp Mam. moth, id di.ii by Imp lleitrand. Jai.o's dim dam by Mamhrmo Chief; jd dam by Imp, Nap Icon; 4II1 dam by Tempest; 5th dam b luer. 01 by lilac Hawk, ad dam by 1'ipp.icanoc. Thisisa handsome J.Kk, )carold, jVJ hands dam by Darnaby'i Diomede: 7th dam by lauaon . Will serve u few Whip; lib dam by Shlnp's Paragon hiih, black with mc.i y no Mes.enger Chief Jr dam by Vermont Jennets. The alios e stock will make the season of 18H at dam by Imp Sc)thian; jd dam by llonuer's (iray Kagle; 4th dim byOnstott's lelf graph. in) l.irni J'i mi es from Huslonsille near CarpenermontJr b) Vermont, dam by Oliver M. ter's. Station, und will be permitted to sets e by the seugcr Chief Sr produced the following Ma ' insurance, Mcs.euger Abel 1 144, Marvel 1 : lless.e WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, M yslius iyik; Koben II t iii(, Minnie,, s j jj, Mes.enger (.ill i 1 JiJi, Kalhetine JAl'O at $lj for Jack colt and $15 for Jennet Pretty llclle jS, Singcly Messenger a 11, Messenger Chief Jr will make ihi season of S Stock committed to my care and breeding il Crass furnished receive my personal attention at reasonable rates, to be paid for before lemma AT $15 TO INSURE A LIVINC COLT. of stink No responsibi Its for accidents or estn,c Vj,un M,,h JACO! u 1 Me-.c- X it Jr,t I ' - sngiir-eoate- d ' u-- ncdi-tre- ii e' aiHARKAWAYgSi-S,1 . w 11 1 41 1 VATJCmT, 1 BZ.T7XM01TT. 1 1 w j J d, I IBBYAI W (3480), w ! 1 t:tf IRKitM)!),, EOERSON WILKES. Abd.-dlal- i I 1 .1 111 1 I.- -- ! .11- -.! I 1. ' j ' it-t- .1 - w .pt-nd- id ...., -V VermontHambletonian a li IllussJ-f- s first-cta- 1111 1 1 I ......,. 1 m.- - r riisnti llnlloec s I"-- I e.-- Hainble-tonia- 11 d I llreed-wit- - imp. r.o)ffDOBr, 1 I - I I . L s. 1 1 - Lnwlan-der- , 1 moil-e- ) L' 1 11 l: v. ii - 11 . . GHAJSTBV, 2489. i "rr1 "- 1 111 r - r - 1 11 V Mes-enc- 1 CECIIJAN toInsiueaUviiiCoIt - Courier-Journa- l, Yo-sumi- te coarcHEaAir 1 - n, - PROGTOR K1TOTT, 1. i; -- GMBETm ) 2 I I ' ,,,,,,.. firt-cl.is- s 1 1 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 ear-ol- ffAFPEE'f! Sks) BBlM Drake-Carte- 1 ll'Oi-lie- r, i leiei-heiLle- 11) o win-,'iin- 2 1 school-hous- .1 1 e. j 1 1 2 I ' i 1 ller-trali- 1 1 Loluin-bu- s 3 11 io-- GLENVIEW CHIEF c. 1 tlit-ii.- - ..1 5 j VlLKES. C. F. ) ear-ol- Si Cut-wor- , 2JJ-1- r Kilkeu-ney- , 2 - 21I first-clas- 1 1 I'V-I-- 1 1 I uiieofilani-bletonian1 ; . . . 1 LIGIITIIEART, 1 a. tvn j ,j, SKILVJK.R IKITO., 1 50-cen- guar-antec- d two-toird- s I w 1 Stanford, Stanford, Ky. IJ "W.M. Ut'K. Danville, Ky. rapid'y filling. G. . C. P. CKCIL. For Sale by McRoberu &Stagj. i.V" (.' ' ii.V . tr 's--' , - i s t , . .. . n. m 'f ' r &it'Jixil&!& 3t.:'".l vt,ta '..-- ukj ' :V 'i&i&h ,k: .