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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888052501 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. New York ag Soon by an I. J. Man. ing th3 Great Atlantic. Sail- Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 25, d888. NO. 30 HUSTONVIILE. LANCASTER.GARRARO COUNTY. Os Stkm Willi' nlht-M-fiu- MidO.kax, (rv Mvv Thrw days of mmitti:, 1!, 188S. )' in Ni'W York jpiv' iiwii fliuiu' ( iiniMirttiiifc in ami 'urnuncl tins jrit'at ini'tiopoliM. Tliu 1111 mornliiK I fju'lit lrivntr in (Viitr.il I'ark. Tills imuifiiw pirk contaiiiH IKXI iifrurt. I in tin- - lu'utt t. of Now York nntl !h kopt in porffct It ami tlirtniyh Tliu tlrivo iiroiintl the interior rontfs U fully l" liilli's "'l tliu iiuiiu'iiMlty ami b.uuty of it caiiiuinl-l- y r of i'nil' fonci'ivi'ti. All Tin ifuir to viKit iliis jilmv. life it allor.N nml to t'lijoy ilriv-iwith th'n vvorl I't o nutU, w lilfli arc flini-la- r on tlio aiplialt to nurlili tluuw, ami ntill otlit'i to lirctitlii' tli" pure, frcili air that tin-- liiiy .NVu York m flu I hurt' only, near tliif powerful city. Kvvry kind of vulil-cl- c of carrying one 01 inoro In ihimI fortlrivin;: in tlio park, f.iiliioiiulilu litit the popular ami vv iiicli U drawn by Tally-lio- , one ii the four Imrtw nml wliivli U driven principally by ladies, the co.iclim.ui and oirupjina coaifortiibU' KtMtw iu the vehicle. This to mv U n rather M'culi.tr think way of dninx things, but u tnu-of notliin but ntyle when It is taken inriding i to loiinlileratiou. Iloi.-bacnUo Hiiul:ir lur mil the boiiiiuin.' cjui'striennes are vt on every side on tln-i- r line stce U, itnlt.itiiii; as nearly us possible the I'tiglisli way of rldln. Very hhurt habits are us d n ,w, n p drof p uit.s Immiih Hulctitutoil for the loti";, awkward-lookin- g to vvttir. thinir the ladlcM I hate to .see a Inly vwmi pint, even their pretty forms more than I do to Ui or-iU!.-1 1 wi' vvcrythiiiit tc pav-ciiL'ci- rt int foot-uin- n k u-- ed hohcad-idi.UR't- t mother but any tiling is pivfera'de to tlie old ityle tilling costume. A hundred policeinen and 1,"H) workmen tire employed in this in.iK'nillecut place to keep it in jjooil condition, as well ns to order. .Museums contuinim: every kind of rare minority are lieiv and there witli every kind of in it ami u inena-rimilmnl, wild or tame, is there all free as the water we drink. My next dit.lrc after Mfiiijr Central I'ark was the Mrooklyu ltriils.v, t lit1 grand- ' ct MiKjH'nsion bridge in the world. It lo indeed a wonderful structure and but In u ie hub-bar- pre-wrv- e e pre-xn- U v which vnyravt.s Itm'lf on uiuniorr. Ilaviuu examiiieil tboniiihly this (Miwerful piece of handiwork, I crossed over to llnxiklyu. It is jiwt a mile from New York over the bridge-anthe run is made iu two minutes on the cable can for the mn.ill amount of three cent.". There are two ru.idu.iv.Hfor e)ii He, four lines for cable cars ami a (.linkway for pedestrians. In Brooklyn I found another buny city, but my limited time prevented me seeing much of it, except the btisiue-- H petition near tin- - river. Strollinc carelessly around my eyes wjitinlit the words "I'lymouth Church" iuihcdcd iu xmnite iu n l.trjzi', but rather dilapidated building. JtViiliitii! at once that It was HeecherV old church, I proceeded to rean it from pit to dome. I vuw diKipjMiInted, to say the least, when I thought of the huiidred.sof times I bad end of I'lymouth Church and hiring it, found only n building which would much moie suitable for a barn than a church. In n poor part of town, unattractive iu nppearaiue, uncomfortable in architecture, its world wide reputation was evidently established by Ileniy tlieie foi Ward Becchcr, who was pa-tmi many years. Iwasiuite anxious to visit Talmage's church and tireenwood .N'ntional Cemeteiy, but night was near at hand ami I wanted to spend It iu New York. On ret inning to New York I walked over Brooklyn Bridge, which :iN fords a most excellent view of both New York, Brooklyn and New York Harbor. From tliis standpoint lkutlmldiV stature of Liberty can be seen plainly and It is truly a grand sight as it stands in late 'veiling acting as both a welcome to a 1 or lot-vig- n nllit red from Its name that It wm a vey wide one. It is true that it is a busy sheet, but not mure . than s.i.ue iu Louisville and not near so wide as Broadway there. Fifth uvviiu.- - Is the rttrcet, both fur business and fin hous . The elevated street railway was to me on.- - of the greatest things of' all. Think of mi etigi.i nearly ai lar" u those used on the L. i N". ami live m six coaches running along by tlivnccoitduml third Moiics of the high buildings in New York and running toj at the mte of thiity miles an hour stopping at even1 fourth street. Trains pas every two minute ami tin fare to any pirt of the city is only live .cents. They di.u'otint even the electiie cars of Uiehinon 1. Va., which I thought W"ti- - the gre.iteit things I had ever M'fii. I visited th s'.o ' ex dung.' o.i Willi street, which took the cake, bakery and all. Men yelling at the top of their voices anil rushing aiinl-ss- ly around the large room, waving tlcir hands and throwing their hat up. whirling walking iimes and the like, made it appear e more like a with all of the inmates turned lo.tv than it did like a place wbcti' millions upDii millions of dollars wcry changing hands every hour. The inilliiinaire.s were all theie and went through th'ir busi:ics with as little dignity a. the tvst of them. A fe.v inonu'tit spt'Ut in Tillnny's jewelry store wat a revelation oi what elegant and iiitly jewelry is found in such n t on as thi. Feeling that I would tike something to take home with me as a souvenir, I priced .1 toothpick holder about the ic of an egg and eoiue-thin- g after the liiipp of one. The polite clerkiuforuie.liiieasth.it hii. the last one 1 might have it forf40, but that he I had sold the ret of th"in for $.Vi. didn't buy it. A conspicuous and particularlv I ml feature of New York is its absence of pretty girls and good looking women. The latter are masculine in appearance with hard, stern faces, nml the lirst named are even uglier than the lat with no perceptible attractions whatever. This was particularly noticable to the writer, who has lived in 11 State so tinted for beautiful women as "old Kcnttick" is. Tlie Kentucky old maid is a bv.itity even to the .sweet slxtvvnvr of New York Citv . Having taken iu most of the tilings to be seen I secured passag" on Steamship (fuyandotte for Newport News, Va., nut' left ut three o'clock the evening of the third day. doing out of New York I Atlantic, a splendid view of tioveruor's Nlmul. Long Island, Statan Island, Coney Island and Long Brum h i L'legant hotels dot these aHonled. island-- , each one a watering place of much note. The harbor out of we are in mid ocean and as I write we are steaming dow 11 the Atlantic at a bVmile per hour mte with no land in sidit ami nothing to be sci'n save the blue ocean ami now and then a ship. Fifty or sixty miles out of New Yoik Harbor the ladies and less hcaity men commence to complain of feeling badly ami in a few minutes they are seen one by one leaving the statboard deck, when' they bail gathered to catch the warm of the sun. for their cabin and in another few minutes they are heard using the little tin boxes attached to the side of th" bei ths for those vvhoe misfoittine it is to get seasick. AH of the ladies have retired and it is now only six o'clock, so we poor iiiiisc'tliiit's will have to tug it out a best we can. A for myself I feel even bettei than when I got aboard and mad-hous- THOMAS 1 .several of our young people are medJohn B. Biewer went to Ixmisville itating atrip to MumiiiDth Cave dtuing Wednesday night. Sam M. Peacock is rejoicing overtlie the State Teachers' Association. resting at livnl of another boy at his house. W. L. Williams is smilingly The friends of Teira Cottu ate wishon his laurels iu 11 mood so amiable that Tiiurt-tla- y. ing he may win hi race a child might play witli him now. Silas Sadidge's little daughter died The hemp seed on exhibition at (J. Tuesday morning, lacking a few days of D. Buitlett & Co's. store astonished Ham of age. Disease, spinal tueiiin-gi-tone year Brown by the size of tlieni. .Mrs. Bradley and family go to The mail which was transferred to to take charge of the hotel the fast train has been changed back to while Mr. anil Mrs. Owens tire at Cum- the snail train on tlie K. C. again. James Schooler, a colored lawyer, berland Falls, John S. (tootle, J. II. Cook and Joe Page are attending a pro- formerly ot laincnster, has been admittracted meeting at Louisville on the ted to practice in the Court of Appeals. James Cox set out last week lfl.OCO race track. Bicycling lias been lately introduced plant nntl he says that now there are left by the cutand bids fair to .supersede buggy riding not more than until the negroes moiinto1i7o the former, worms. The receipts from the cantata Tuesas they did b.isc ball, society pinnies and vehictlar excursions. This suggest day night were $UiO. This is ns large a that all our churches are running on Hum as has been realized at one performance for a long time. half or iuirter time. (ien. W. J. Sandifer ami Hon. W.O. Our town is losing its prestige as a prosperous city ami degenerating, into a Bradley are attending circuit couit at howling wilderness. A few mornings London. Julius Iaioii, 11 friend of A. J. since J. W. I locker discovered that a Flyshakcr, i visiting Mr. S. Dunbar, of dog liiul "tieed" some iiuiniiidiiig "var- Hubble, Lincoln county. Mr. Dunbar mint" iu ids front vuni. A hasty in- lives at the'old Fugleman place. Don't fail to give our people u gootl spection revealed that some .0 promisYou will find the pering chickens hail disappeared. Wvs got crowd mad and seized his trusty f117.ee; but re- formance worth much moie than the flecting the gun contained about.".!) buck- money. The men are good singers ami shot, inserted about tlie time of Morgan's tiie young ladies among the most beaulast mid, he handed the dangerous tiful of Lancaster, and you know what that means. weti ion to Squire McKinney, a lialf-At n meeting of tlie elders of the negro, wdio brought down the fragments of n raccoon about Christian chinch on Tuesday afternoon it was decided to retjucst Mr. J. W. as big as an Alderny calf. not to preach here on next HUBBLE. Lord's Day, but instead there will be few crops of wheat are almost communion services immediately after iiiined by frot. Cut worms have dam- Sunday School ami the congregation aged this county thousands of dollar in will adjourn to the Methodist church to hear the commencement services of Garhemp and com. There was n young nun, who by rard College by Hev. Mr. Fitch. Tlte commencement sermon of CSar-r.inature was this and that; he always College will be preached by Hev. dressed in very tine clothes ami wore n bee-guhut. He was of royal appear- Dr. Fitch, of the Methodist Church, on ance, and of Kentucky birth, ami iu his Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock. OnThurs-tla- y evening, May ill, there will be a muown imagination he was the greatest 111.111 on earth. He courted a young sical recital in the College chapel by Mica 111 liilen fair, who possessed considerable Marion Wolfonl's class. The calistlit n wealth, nnd because she answered nay it entertainment, which gave our people so much pleasure last year, will lie it is said he lost his health. given at the Lancaster Opera House on Our town was pleasantly entertained Tuesday morning by the exhibition of June I. The Opera House here was filled on about ItO Tennessee cattle. Some were Tuesday night to hear the beautiful canall head, somiall feet, some all hair ami tata of "David the Shepherd Boy." It a very large number were all horns, would require too much space to comtieorge Benedict traded n buggy for 4 ment upon the performance of the sevthat were in the horny class; Bob Snow eral individuals, of so large a company, will take the remainder nt '.' mills per I will sny, they all did well, the aupound and after grazing through the but dience wus delighted and Stanford will summer will winter in their horns ami mis n treat if she fails to see ho elegant sell for bolognae sausage in the spring, an entertainment on Friday w ill start a comb factory nfter which lie near this place ami will make a specialty The Fleniingsburg Democrat, in speakof "Jerusalem overtukcrs." ing of the prohibition law prevailing to-da- y, Hiir-rodsbu- rg d, hard-lieaileil nl .) Candidate for re election to thejodice Miertff, tulijcct to the action of the democrat v .1 - I. NEWUND of . r.KJC Stanford, 1 SUHOKON DKNTIST, HUKPMAX, - - .. -. - - - Kbstickv, JUDGE I V. S. PRIOR, Office 1011th tide Stain, tivodooM abave Depot St. a a Candidate for Jud?e nf the Court o( Appeal Train this, the id Unmet, subject to the action of the Democracy. I ICE, ICE, ice r H. A. EVANS, A. B., A. M. At One Cent Per Pound Analytical Chemist, LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. uill deluer lo regular customers in Stanford and sicinit) esery morning ! Accounts must be paid at the close of each month or w lien customer quits K K. HARROW 29 Make a upecinlt- Jf cval, mineral water and mineral anil) n Anal)ticil wrk of any kind. Send IJ for a circular FOB. SALE. Address me at Carlisle, Ky tm. n. rv.sN NEWCOMB MT. VERNON, KY. House and 35 Acres Land HOTEL. Two miles South of Stanford on Neat's Creek W, CItAIG ruAMK V TM10IJ and wcll-kno- -n Hole! ii still maintain, ing Its fine reputation. Chirac, reasonable. Special attention to tho trav elini; public. Prop., M. I'. NKWCOMB, Sj-tl- . Ml Vernon, Ky. C HERniRT, D, D S Penny R. S. MsRTlK. & H(rbrt. uiniLiien gie M. rr.RKINS INO DENTISTS, W. METCVtr ; . HAV METOALF & HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. on Lancaster st..onno All work guaranteed to site courthouse lire saiiiiaciiou I'INKVIU.K, KV. iJAUISOURVII.Uand Will practice in any court in Eastern Kentucky. Examinations of land titles made a specialty Any MARTIN & PERKINS, site tracts of timber, coat and mineral lands for sate. Information furnished on an) point and cor The new firm hopes not only to sustain the repui8t-t- f rcspondence solicited. tation of the old, but intends lo make many the manufacture of tobacco which will be lo the interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leal EDWARD H. FOX, brands of Kentucky's best leaf. Thanking ou and asking for a continuation ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, forpast favors remain Respectfully yours, oi your trade, we MARTINA PERKINS Hroohkad, Kv., Mav, iS3; Albright ii Martin beg to Inform their mans friends and customers of the change in firm nanu. UAXVILI.K, KV. Has moved to hi elegant new buildm; opposite the postothce and is better thtn eer prepared to accommodate the public with fine pictures from photograph to life sue. Satisfaction guaranteed. THE GALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. WOOD WALLACE, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fashions of the iliy in the Gents' Furnish, ne will always be found in my store. I am agent tor the Indunipilis Stem Laundry, the best Laundry in the world. THE GENTS' FURNISHER, THE LARGEST AND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATES $2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORD-IN- C TO ROOMS! TURKISH RUSSIAN UATHS IX HOTEL. LTTMBEBi 1 YARD! I has e purchased the lumber yards of Messrs. M llruce and vs ill open George II, Wearen nnd a big jard at the one purchased of Mr Wearen llesides lumber in rojgh and dressed, I will carry a large Jme nf window sashes, doors and shingles, laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by r S. G. HOCKER Mr. Wearen. LOUIS SOHLEGEL, PHOTOGRAPHER, RICHMOND ICY. Photographs in all styles and sues. Pictures in India Ink, Crayon an i Water Colors. New designs inKriTws a 1 VI its at very 1 F. KBID. SC HOCKER, SKC A C SINK, SIHT STANFORD PLHNING MILL CQHPHNY Manufacturers ot Flooring, Woathorboardlng;, Colling;, Finishing; Lumbor, Mouldings, Saab, Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds always in stock. S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT. VKKNON.KV, Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store. Special attention given to diseases of children 77-t- f. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, GAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. First-cla.- 'What They Think." V MVIIIIIKt) VVOM VV TIIINKs. That That That That she pities old niaitls. she has a splendid temper. she was ijuite prettyat sixteen. her girls are prettier than Mrs. sister-in-la- - (for it is vi'Ks"U ami a beautifully lighted with elect i icily to prevent ships running into the island on which it stands. On the second day I drove over the fashionable residence portion of New York and got a glimps.' of most of the TIk' A. T. notud million itr'i' horn Stewart mansion on Fifth avenue, n building of granite, was the house pointed out to me. It is elelirst gantly furnished as can be seen from the windows, but has been unoccupied for years, owing to a pending law suit among tint heirs. The nest weie the Vunder-bil- l homes, one a browiistone from bottom to top, covering a whole block, the other it building of perfectly w Into stone, nearly as largo ami fully as uiaguillcvut. Just across the street is St. Patrick's Cathedral, by far the Hucst building used for religious purposes in tlte l S. .My deseriptivo powers fail inu when I at- tempt to describe the okgniicu of this immuiiHU building. The doom are kept open ut till times and dining uiy slum xtay inside, a number camo and worshipped. With such costly buildingsas these "A world o pletturv atone Fiftli avenue, abounds and it is worth a Would tin no i.rU at .ill " trip to New York to see this street only. K. C. W. I was rather disappointed iu BroadDanville ami Nicholasvillo are now way. Having heard so much of its crowded street und hud naturally infer connected by telephone. light-hous- e have enjoyed the ocean greatly. The (titytindolte isoiie of the llncst steamships on the Old Dominion hue with dining room nud pin lor regular palace. The employes are ple.iaut and the gootl old captain wits untiling iu his answers to the and one iptestions asked him. The night bus been passed pleasantly and now it is breakfast time. Only about half of the passenger-ai- c up, the others too weak to do anything except lay iu bed and now and then do that which i so essential to tenipor.uy relief iu seasickness. The rest of the way to Newpoit News we uro lu sight of laud, which we all gieeted at lirst sight. Will stop with my lettertill I reach Newpoit New ami then mail it on the train westward bound. May HO. Have Nkwvokt Ni:ws, V jut stepped from the liiiyamlotte, but can still feel the boat plow ing the waves. While waiting for my train at this point I had the pleasure of meeting those two distinguished gentlemen, Oo v. Lee and John W. Daniel, who wvio returning fiom the Norfolk convention. Both were in good spirit and informed me that Virginia would do her part iu the next pichldential election. Here comes my train, which will take me to Bichtnond, vihote I will spend a few mote days and return to dear old Stanford nnd be ready to go to Ijinc.tster cotnt Monday. It will be hard, I know, to leave those who have done so much for my pleasure, but thou-siii- puts on air nntl That her ought to be brought down. That her husband would be rich today if lie had followed her advice. That all her lady friends ate live years older than they say they are. That she would like to know where her husband spends the evenings. would not be considThat Mis s ered handsome if she didn't resort iu her make-up- . tocos-ntetic- A M VllltlKI) MAX TlltXKs That That That That That be envies old bachelors. his wife is a little jealous. she wits once a pretty girl. smoking doesn't butt a man. lie would enjoy single blussed-nes- s. That his mother could make good bread. That hisshlit buttons uro terribly neglected. there, says: Public drinking has been stopped but Thoroughly Repeated and Rcf.irniihed. private drinking has largely increased. Day anil night Fare and Reasonable But tlie main question is, has drunk- Trains arc met b) Polite Porters uf this Popular enness been stopped? Tlie reply is most House. emphatically No! Anil the drunkenness is of the worst character. There are not BUTCHER SHOP. quite .so many men seen on the streets I liasi' ciponed a butcher shop it Rov 'and in of Fleniingsburg, on court day, as fortin1 Ftrnll More house nnd am ptrp.iri'd to furnish merly, but excessive drinking is comtlie pub ic with a' kinds nt im.tts, fish nnd !) continters in tluir season mon, ami on hist court day not less than ue running my wagon As herttuluiv I wi my cus. de tserin; meat to ''") men left Flc miiiirshiirg so drunk as to turners iu Mai.ford an vicinity M F. F.I.KIX. f attract the attention of the most casual observer. No liquor was sold, but somelarge number of men had all they how Stanford female .College. wanted, ami much more than they could tlecentlv carry. But tiie gre'itt evil is tlie private bottle Prof I'jxton has ins; resigned, ths Trutteesof and jug. Men and boys disposed to htanford Female College desire to employ a Prindrink to excess get .1 gallon of whisky. cipal for the Institution. Address at Stanford, When night comes they retire to a GKO I) VVKARKX, Com'tee place, ami have'a time of it, nevJ J VV.AI.CORX, er stopping until the jug is empty. Youths un ler age, w ho never could get drink at a 11I0011, now obtain all they want und the young men who never drank in their lives are becoming habitual whisky drinkers. STANFORD, KY The w Hole people have become convinced that prohibition in Fleming county is fiiilute; anil it would only need to E. H. BTJRNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. be tested this day lit the polls to place the fact on leconl. s I'ri-ei- . J II HILTON" miro jst & d attis -- I ft D VV IS. DKALKKS IN- - Jo;-t- f. Gcneral Merchandise, KV ROWLAND, Hav e Just opened a new stock of Men's and Ho s' Clothing, Hats, Cap, Hoots, Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions and Family Groceries. Also dealers in Coal Countr) produce taken in exchange for goods at highest market price Come one, come all, and learn the advantages in trade NEW 1 1 r.-t- arOTicE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN 11 COUNTY. 11 -- Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill in the town of Stanford that we defy any Mill to equal in quality of tlour, we think the citizens ot the county should have county pride enough to patronize and sustain the same VVe wish to ia form whom it may concern that we are in the market to buv yur wheat and corn and will always giv e the highest market prite for same. We have added some new machinery to our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot he equalled by any other mill tn this vicinity We solicit a trial in our tlour anil meal department All having grain in our line for sale will pliase c ill at the Mill, where our agent w ill be found .at all times, who will gu e the best prices for same, Uran and shipstuff alvtavs VV, N POTTS, in stock Supt., Stanford Roller .Mill Co 331 tf 11 That all the girls used to lie in love with him. That he would be rich if he hadn't married, That, if let iilotte by bis wife, he could manage the servant girl. That, if lie were a widower, he could , or some oueeUv, right inairy Miss nvvav. A St. Paul boy This old and well-kno- Hotel still maintains .Livery, j its high reputation, and its Proprietor is determin. Bucislen's Arnica Salve. Tl.eltcstn.ihv In the world .tor cuts, bruises, ed that it shall lie second to no country Hotel inthe State in its Fire, Appointments, or Attensores, ulcers, .ilt rlieum, feser s res, litter, 'ji.ests, llaggagv-- conveyed chap-petUI.- geed and Sale Stable, Is, clitlltl.tins, corns md all skin erup. Hum, and positive!) cures piles, or no pay re. quired It is guaranteed to );le perfect or mones refunded l'rice cents per box. For sale by A R l'cnnv, Stanford, Kj m m tion to his from depot free of charge- - Spto Commercial Travelers, to and ' - lal accommoda-lion- s Worth Knowing. Mr, W. H.Morgan, merchant, Lake'City, Fia was taken with a severe Cold, attended with a distressing Cough ind running into Consumption in its tint stages. He tried many so called popular cough remedies and steadll) grew worse. Was reduced iu llesh, had durii.ulty in breathing and was unable to sleep. Finilly tried Dr. King's New Discos cry for Consumption and found immediate relief, and after using about a half dozen bottles found himself well and has had no return of the disease, Xo other remedy can show- - so grand a recsrdof cures as Ilr, King's Xew Discovery for ALL THE LATEST SPRING Consumption. Guaranteed to do Just what is AT claimed for it Trial bottle free at A. R, Penny's W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'HS. LONDON, KV, Good turnouts and saddle horses .always on reasonable terms London Is the most le t point on the railroad to reach places in he mountain section of the Mate died from the effects cigar. , conven in the 10 of smoking a "two-for- " for hire Being More Pleasant To tho tuto, moro RccepUblo to tho stomach, and moro truly beneficial in its action, tho famous California liquid fruit remody, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly superseding all othors. Try it. Ono bottlo will provo its merits. For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. KeH STYLE HATS Lebanon 1871. Planing Mill, 1888. h m Drug Stor' Renews Her Youth. Syrup of Figs Is Naturo's own truo laxative It Is the most easily taken, and the most effectivo remedy known to Cleanse tho System when Bilious or Costivo; todispol Headaches, Colds, and Fevers; to Cure Ilablt-u- l Constipation, Indigostlon, Tiles, etc. Manufactured only by tho California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A. K. Penny, Stanford. 11. B. GEOGHEGAN'S, SUCCFSSOR IO .Mrs, I'liiebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay Co., Iowa tells the following rcmtrkable story, the truth of which is vouched for by tne residents of the town: M'MIOHAEL, til am vi ears old. have been trouhled with kidnes' 511 4TH AVENUE, complaint and lameness for many years; could not i am tree Ironi dress mysen witnout ucip LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. pain and soreness and am able to da alt my own housework. 1 owe mv thanks to Kleetrie Hitters A discount nf to per cent, will lx given on all for having renewed my jouth and removed com. petely all disease and pain. Try a bottle, jo: and orders tent for Hats with a copy nf III? above ad. tM tyr settlement, mentioning pupir. $l at A. II, Penny's Drugstore, THE HATTER,! A ,o OFFU1 r, Proprietor, LKHANON, KY. Doors, Sash, Winds, Frames, CaslngItase Mold ings Mantles, llrackets, Cornices, Stairs. Newels, Hamsters, Verandas, Store Fronts, Shelving, Counters, Flooring, Siding, Shingles, Laths, Hough and IlrcstcU L.umter. Send for prices before buying elsewhere. 1 f s V ' t . y. . s v i Fn.vNcis Mukimiy's Plan. Probably j A railroad wieck on the Hannibal & Wabash road, live miles fiom Kansas the reason why Francis Murphy, tie Gen. Sheridan Is very nick. City, resulted in the loss of seven lives. great temperance apostle, is so cotdlally. The Pulaski fair will bo hold Sept. William .!. Mi;Farland, of Cleveland, hated by the prohibitionists is because fryte&ir. - ..o Stanfohd. Ky., May 25 1S88( shot his wife, his child and himself. All he occasionally indulges In such talk as A now law in Brazil has just eman die. McFtulaud was the following: "We tue apt to g .t dicta-- ' three will probably cipated 1,000,000 slaves. It isn't toiial when we save people. drinking. fT7TrTJ7T7TTYa V P Tho Louisville Democratic Club will It s 11 is wen io bo humble. a.. .in ..nti r..i tin iiiiiu. a body. I know of imthlim yo totho St. Louis convention in Ikivm mercy. house of Mrs. Sophia Stanlev, a widow, wi'H The prohibitionists ImM their tin- - at " "Vi y" but mercy .lu-- t Kit-- ., overpowered her and Wichita, ' ... 4J......1 .............. ..... m II ...lt.i.in .w.li.2 tit.vt IIUIIlll Wlltrilinili member Hint, and ren.011.bcr that I urn in,i..i.jwiir nvrti her ikmm.ii. week. "thl'r lmtl" I1 -- According to the lluimnii.ui .Min- i- ,,:,, ,I,."I,"K Ux" with It is said that a lahor imitator named Fimmmi that there is not iniirh prob- of llungaiy ''f.Mng tnen, but olllcers cannot uaJ. terof AuTiculturc, the loss lite legislatuie cannot ubility that he will In' able to emulate Hilliard is to 11111 against Carlisle for f.,.,,, ,.t.., ,..... .....1.1 bus of Inn. .vcars "' "PIH'tite. ...... J..V...W ' While it is control a nun's tipp-tito- . the school system of the eountry, old Con:rcs. amounted to tl,l."i'.,0tX) early. Northwistirn Tirrltory. -- Ten and u half millions of bushels of liranny l'.lair has turned bis attention .loxeph well to undertake to do ceitaiu things GRAND JUBILEE ctfabrating thi Siltlamint of the The in.iriiage of City Kdltor by act of legislature, then are llihus morals. He has ollered leoal are Koing down the Ohio on the to regulatjntf its and ' Altsheler, ol the Courier-.lonina- l, that the legislature ctinnot do, and it's with present ttc a bill makinir it a tinab e ollcn-- c. Mixs.Ndlie, daughter of Judge S. 11. ' no use to try. The law does not save it rate from Louisville Holes', The round-tri- p the penalty at $10 to $1,000 for any per-so- n of Glasgow, is iinnouneed to occur TfiRtVVUiW! man. If Muxes could have saved bv to "perform or engine in any play, to the St. Louis convention is td.lo.j-oonext Wednesdtiv. 2- -UrUS MUltUwil MVlSJ law be would have been the Christ, and amusement or recreation to the dKtui-b.mc- o for a week. nL-ii.i l - llrm ix author!" . . . ..1 ..f ...... " iip.uiiiiii.nl 11 William llanley, a brakeman on the fi.... .. ....1.1 1...... 1...... of othc'is on Sunday; prohibits all tv for the statement that bogs fc fif tin iv ttiiiii ii)" wi U4i iiw mil ii tut lailroad, was fatally ov. remeinlier .Ntvior. military and naval drills and parades on Cincinnati Southern lean are worth 'i cents, as ng.ii 11 t 0 cents Dther that day; declares unlawful the prosecu- injured at t.eorgotow 11. f..,1 t,y f.lf t 111 Christ never went after a man with the III ( I.," The Senate litis decided by a sttict .1 tion of coinmerco between the States on 1.. ..f tl...' lcMi. City Marshal, but with the grace of God. You must have the grace of God and the Sabbath and forbids the transporta- party vote not to consider the Fisheries hog. Allan- tion and delivery on the first day of the treaty in open session. .I... ,.liwn i 1'ixt ximixiii. the the love of kind in yoiirheait." !' ii. Hon. Win. M. Sprinper has been re- trotters i...... tu Constitution. week, of nil mail matter except such letenormous numberof ovim, m ters ns shall relate to a work of neecs- - nominated for Congress by democrats of made records of '2:'M or better and about Grent Campagn 0frer concern the the 1.1th Illinois district. ity or meicy, or shall 200 have trotted in 'J.'.'O or better, it is T, nV(.k)v frier..lournal has now In the tlj:ht at San Francisco behealth, life or decease of any person." not more than a (piarteroi a cetuurx aK of any democratic litv tween Glover and MeAuliU'e, the former that 11 ihIO horsi was iiutte a rarity, and newsiiain r in the 1'nited Statex ami its It is ju9t ten days before the meeting was knocked out in the 4!Uh round. 15 years ago an animal that could go of the convention at St. Louis that will The Kentucky Union, which 1ms L"0 three beats in the time named would be publishers to furthei extend the circu lation oiler to send it postage prepaid nominate (5 rover Cleveland to cairy the miles in operation in Clark county, will , " for campaigning purpos-svaluable front June 4th, 1SSS, to Dec. .id, lJvSS )t j Is, s 11: )!. f.ir t'tls ti.n to victory and be pushed right along to completion. democratic banner Tiic .'I v buy whereas at the present time be couldn't Ul issues for only .".O cents. Subscripthe arrangements for the notable event bill to create the l)eMrtinent of win on even the smaller tracks. The tions sent before June lib will bo enter- are fast being completed. Daniel Lock-woo- Apiculture, with its head a member of liieni : iiK- - ami jet the bet: e"1 '"" ll,l ,i,',:l,,,t ,hos,' v,?hvA of New York, who has nominated the Cabinet, passed the House 'S.V2 to 1.1. DANVILLE.YOYLE COUNTY. ter June 4th will be entered from the Mr. Cleveland for every public ollice he A correspondent says this is the year OAUNKD O00D J. MISCELLANEOUS. Nearly all the boys are putting up date received, to expitu Dec. .11, l.W. held-she- ritr, mayor, governor and for ij.yeiir locust, and that thev are due has Cotta, wboj'-a- , ni,( l(, elulis if eight ami over tiro change on Terra nitetl Mates-- win ITestdent ot tJie ,lot later than June 1. their sjiare ahot Mav ,( Gal. Dried reaches, . California ?cache3, A sample cojiy ot runs at Louisville this, muixiav, 'icii - 0Ntr(lll,y again put his name before the eonven-- 1 ofler-tioCongressman Montgomery has ing. containing " the Weekly Courier-JournPears, Dried Peachsj, while every democratic orator in C( ,m t0 p;iy It fourtl,.elass postma-th- e , Mr. Whit Maloney, of Lexington, is jts uroat ,.,iuijMign oiler can be country will want to second it. Uips $5 ,)0r n)ont, (xtra of llu.ir llsHnl " Apricots, Turkish Prunes, fri.,. i.fchaige, bv atldrex-sinhere plumbing the new school-rooW. N. Hal- Death and taxes are no more certain j,av Cooking Figs, Grated Pineapple, Com- buildings on the I), it D. Institute), President Courier-Journthan the nomination of Clevland, with rains fell thioiighout Dako-hi- s rounds. patty, Louisville, Ky. The tmhsciiptiwi plat- - ta Wednesday, the first for a month, tariff reduction message for a Sliced Pineapple, MincoMeat, with Misxcs Georgie and Willie lion man price of the Dailv Courier-Journaform, and everything indicates that his Wheat is growing finely and promises Lima Beans, Mackerel in Bucket3, are visiting Mrs. Win. Warren. Mr. D. out the Sunday issue, is 5IO a year. Priie election is nearly as settled. wt.) i T. Fackler, ill for some months past, is(,f Sunday Courier-JournPie Peaches; is S! Cod Fish, Mrs. Grant has received $411,000 as Aktkk a caucus the republican thought to be worsv for the hixt few year. Corn, Hominy, her shaie in the profits of Gen. Grant's have refused to accept tb" days. Hr.vT (in. Tell me winged winds' that memoirs, of which .510,000 sets have been Tomatoes, Bulk Pickles, proposition to take a direct vote on the Mr. X. . Meyers and Misx Sallie round my pathway s.ar, do you know sold. Mills bill and will insixt upon consider Taylor obtained uiariiage license on some quiet spot where wives clean house Oyjtors, Bottle Pickles, The railroad .commission elected Mr. rule, for ing it. under this Wednesday. Mr. Meyers' home is at no more; some Imie, sequestered, Iwify Spalding chairman and the governor's Salmon, Catsup, of Miss Taylor has dale, some ixlnnd, amendment. They are afraid if it is otvnn girt, where life secretary, Will Griffith, secretary of the Gravel Switch, that Sardines, brought to an immediate vote a majoriPrepared Mustard, &c.,&c. been on Hulling Fork. is not one ceaseless war with cobwolt ty will vote in its favor and recognize board. Ciitypa.l Bajf, John Farris was tiicd Wednesday and with dirt; where only nature's carlien S. Uobbins, recently of Ken- l.nt iiivii milt iiki'i. u.t? Corned Beef, for hog stealing and given four months pet spreads beneath the tired feet, and unit- tlwito wiin lirtttik lino ill ttitltr fk ' 4tt,i1-- t lint iniiit. i.intiili..Lj III IViiii-ii" ti I tV,ni llllt J1VJ1 IfUlllllIt T in I'WUIlJIi .ciu kill it by loading it down with amend- Kd Hogh for "tot- wretched men v .insane lv the county court tillat in the work-housDeVilod H tm. tue ne'er compelled it . adjudged ments. I ho prospect is that the whole ing" a pistol was given !5."i days in the emerald folds to beat'.' The lake bices that place, . , matter will go over till after the national Iloth coloreil. fanned my heated face and xidil: "I5nt eight-hou- r . bill, siitiie summer resort. lhe letter-carrieSTOCK OF GROCERIES FULL. next session. County Judge Lee heard both cases. on! There's no sch place." -- CliiiHiu HY s signature to which against a The republicans are It seems that Mr. John A. Manly Ttibuiie. become a law, will make places for .!,000 reduction of taxation. and his spouse. Mrs. Grace Manly, the earners. The man who xtmid- - beside a god been at llow- John W. Schooler, a colored lawyer fascinating blonde, have Two Kentucky colonels came to blows Highest Market Price Paid or lingGn-ei- i as the Democrat and Park b.ixs stream, his debts all paid, his bitsi- in Judge Morton's court at Lexington f Nicholttsville, is the first man of his City Times of Tuesday voice the laineii- - ncss leasnnably prospei.ttis, in go(sl this week Judge Kinkcad and Col. race to be admitted to practice befvre tatiottsof a numberof citizens who sub - health and a deep eddy in sight with HAMS. SI DKS. SHOULDKKK AND Thornton. The judge promptly ordered the Kentucky Court of Appeals. libra- - the game biMiitiex llopping out of the -- Work has been commenced on the scribed to Miss (irace's circulating them to jail, but upon apologies being got left, as did a number of our water befote his eve, has in sight niiu- ersailes ami (.eorgetown road, with ry and made he changed the order to $:W fine tenths of all the happiness one gets thix iti.eiix Jat week on the same racket. liwilM-tbtown wjtThe two gentlemen are demo-- 1 Messrs. Mason and Hoge as the contrae- .NVvw side of betiveu. rrmmmlm rrats and fell out over a law suit. The tors ami will oe completed in m days. DEATH'S DOINGS. Tlu I1HKt imTiTJm7)lext gyi.inaxiuni Carnages containing a wedding two republicans that didn't fight fell out III Piper Boxes, William singleton, who lived near in the world- - one that will exercise ev ty ran over an I killed a little girl at politics and left it to democratic con-- , cry bone and intiscle in the Isxly is a Hrieds to keep them from shedding Wilkmb.irre, Pa., and the marriage was F.ubanks, on Puck Creek, died of wax Hut piece of xt.nd notched 011 0110 side. prevented oy tlie strrext ol the entire sumption Wednesday, aged .5.. He other s gore. ffli1" partv. a member of the I.apttst cliurcli ami a lilting tichtlv into a wotcn frame and SfKVKiNO of tli't Mills bill, the New A West Virginia editor, who nuule a good man. A wifeand S ehildreu sur- after beini: gtettsed on both sides with a York Herald says: The democratic par- -' tour of Maine, to personally investigate vive him. bacon titid, rubbed into a xtiek of wood IIYAIA1V1S SWKKT IMl'KLKS IX ty ran com.' to the front with a bill the working of the prohibition law, says Dr. J. J. Wilson, who with bis ex- laid Iciifthwixc on a saw buck. ben-- 1 that liquor is openly sold at hotel bars cellent family lived in Stanfoid several iyhich will give the laborer the same Meicer county will celebrate tliv t which the country has already given and in nianv saloon's. . years, died at his home in Perryville last iiit.a- - dftiifii iliint !llnix4. Hi leaves a completion of the Louisville Soutluun tiiiiiillionaire. That party is the poor Hon. Wash Kvving, a notable figure nSfirrricee Always Rearo:a'jle And Goods Satisfactory. tra ' 11"'''"' f"' the :nli. ,nmn party, his only hope for the ni - in polities of a quuiter of a century ago, wife, 'three lunulitem and two sons, all intrigues, .,i,v,i at his ,onK. m,ar Adairville", Ky., glow n except the younget. Dr. Wilson ?Utre, Ins refuge frotii the plots, Pr.uiiixl; DlnniT t 'deals'Tobs of a lepublicanistn which pio- - u,AVi ) yuus. Ho wjls a member of the was an excellent dentist and a nice gen' 'latmisk Is A tin quality of pure MARK HARIK, Olerk. tects a combint' aud leuvesthe laborer to Confederate Congress. tleman, whose death will be deplored bv fasliloaablo and lit Un. jht of tuto for take euro of himself as best he can. liov. Huekner has further respited many friends. The stricken family have ailliinci'cloUi TI10 ticst Irish table linen l ; Win. Patterson, under sentence of death the condolence of all their aequtiintan- - tliu llrst eholcu onil its patterns vary little, , rtinnl-itiu,- ; , , Cou Wki.ch says that various andsun- - . of blix'Us ittul cliwli.", bitow drops, H'l Ull IIIIIKUI 1I t'llllll l'ftlllltlll 1W CCs. and til" like, medallion dixiigtm, u:id dry reasons are advanced by the friends ,....,,.,.,,,...,,.,,,,,,,. ,,.,.,,5,,... tn flllk. , , n patterns of How urn unit fcrtn. lit bayj The Model Primer. of Col. P.reckinridge and Gov. Knott for - I 11 r examine tiie papers in the ease, grados of limm, It is well to ing the delegates to boy is sitting down etiting jam. tvmcntlx'r that the quality of tho fabric is The their failure to be elected An important invention in niilwav the national convention, but lie has seen practice is the method invented by a His mamma is coining through thodooi. less apnar.-n- t when tlio atturit Is of tlio "tillHov will stand up to the Next Howl over" l.luil, than wboit much plant, surfure no elaborate at tide stating why he him- iiiltimnre electrician for welding steel The kUO"s- self was defeated. H.' says that money rails by electricity, which will enable ofJumhoKats. Here we Have a (ianie of Ooqitct. was used against him, eUe Kentucky track-layer- s oni'ictt souiiiri.. to lay a continuous track. OincMtovoufll"olhen.soimU. Just now, ano would never have disp'Uised with his Henry has just Hit Nellie with a Mallet, - Chillies 15. Kottiock, of Iowa, who, is.i calling Henry naughty tliu folio mg twoc-0'-nl--su way to nmkeit: Mu valuable services in the gieat body. while under the iullueitce of di ink, kill- - and Nellie is . M a ctiitut nith tlm tlto yolUof . . 01 not .Much ot a 0(lr)W!S)f ,w,jtwi Migar, ond lUvor witlm heir Mother is wife, bas been p.udoned by the names. republicans have held all their ' Tin: Croquet-playe- r, but in a minute he will of vanilla essence. tliii Stir State conventions and it is settled 11I- -' governor on the condition that he shall Come out and Heat them Iloth. tnlxturo into llm ..liif of four eggs prs ' forever abstain from intoxicating liquors. l most as sure as Cleveland's, that James v,ol,sv ,M!0"-' "" I1"'11 This is 11 (inn. Is the i 1111 loaded'" tubknpoonfttl on a butu-ns-l ,,olu; und bake to au -- The Senate Committee on Finance (L Hlaine will be their candidate. Theiel do not Know. Let us Kind out. a goldi'ii brow n in 11 inoderutu oven. When lletilly, ' need only be one ballot to give him the ordeted an adverse leport on the Put the Cuii on the table, and you, Su- about half donu dust it w ith ordured Mtgar, Hilly llradlcy's chances tional Cutrency bill, but in its place a sie, blow down one Pairel, while you, and when done mtvu tit ottct) or it Mill fall. e for second place are not so goo 1, but we bill will be reported reducing the fee Chai lie, blow Down the other. Hang! Having secured the services of C. F. KSNT, a practical Watchliiion ( iiotiiril. an abiding faith in the Gairard on postal notes for less than $1 to one Yes, ,it was . Kun .puck Jennie, . )f fmr egg- - iU lfaey m tUo o bantam getting there, if his legs are long cent. many years' experience, all work done with neatness , and pick Cp Susie's head, and (. harlie s wbiU v.s thU laUvt quito a tittio. maker with Senator Hoar believes that wives enough and he don't give out. Illood gets (Jrutotho peel and mjuccu tlio jtticoot otto lower Jaw, before the Nasty Spectacles and Eye Glasses to 3Uit the should be consulted in the matter of ai- of sugar, mid and dispatch, fully insured. lilesiKvoufuls ;'0 tu Thk bmisvillo Times double iiutnberi,ny eiI,Htmellt aml t,at no husband all v er the New Cat pet. put thi'in ton half pint of Uiiung water, lux eye. . The Ctrl has pietty Lyes and Ked, of Wednesday contains Carlisle h tariff) wt ,mr lH.p,limItu,,, , HhmWi,r a ,if!o Lips. She is Going to lake a Walk in ,rnilally to t)a tlwilie tothleken, hut do not let ittuil, ought to i ,illlL of peace without speech in full. Kvery voter of the consent Glen wheie the Cricket ring 0110 wuy all tlio tinio. Whm very thick, procure it and read the expressions f' his better half. till tho taU FillRlassi . .... J, ... ...v ..i.t.a ;.. tl... IhHhriMiiul the JiL'eei-- ". ,ln v aboutoilhalf llto und stir lltUcool. ptlu up with r, Kentucky's leading statesman on the! -.- ;ov. Mi.Creaiy has jnesented to the full With uid in the Crass. William is Going to Walk whipped cream. most important question before the Umiit ,, ,K.tt;0I, of thi Knights of Libor in the Glen too. He will .Meet the Girl American people. It can be had for on- - of AitlllH0tf lju,rel iwinty( ,i f the o,.i...n..l,re. and thev will Talk about the Weather. J" h'" '1 ' ' ly two cents. Mores . other citizens of that county, in favor of ;"ivvaa i,......i Bontxinntarcsd xpltrusl by tho '. ni II "' .r...i.... ce aro mu vcU Qf coMUtJim mU We wouldn't t.lw ti Pennsylvania democrats heartily the bill for the better protection of fiee of Coutt Plaster on the Girls chin by llUy cU.ver wonmiican muko 11 siinplo lu-th- e Thk indorsed Cleveland and his tarifi" mes- -' laborjrom convict lalwr. which Is nothing ntoro tlimi a Time the Gill gets Pack home. Near St. Charles, .Mich., F.dward sage and called upon its representatives Hod ' ;IaHy httlt. Img of silk or s itln, edscl with ( )h, how nice 11ml Murk the Coal vvitli ilollcntc to suppoit the Mills bill. Randall ought Wibimn fatally Bbot his wife and sent a is! Ituit, children, Pun (ittick and put ,0WUMor llguifs.lf 0110iiaintliiRH of tied up likes, and to do so or quit. He is not included in bullet through his own heart. Thottag- your Little Fat hands, on it. Meicy me, with nblx)ii or gold cord, butuxsd aunoud-you- r tlre list of delegates at large, but Con-- ' ''y was the outgrowth of icligious difhands are as Illack as the Coal I lod ' aro tho iopuar ilihtig. fierences, the woman wanting to join a iiow! She grcssntan Scott is. Hark, Mama is Coming. church which the husband opposed. will Spank you when she Finds your -The bookmaker's tin box stolen The friends of Col. K. Polk Johnson Hands so Dirty. Better go and Hub the 1JNTSXJRB icgret to hear of his illness, but trust the fiom the Phienix Hotel has been found Black Diit oil' on the "Wall Paper before1 salt air at Old Point will soon set hint with the checkB intact behind the Trea- - she comes. right again, lie was sick at thoconven- - cy stable. Tinner, the man ariested in Co., PhilaKansas City for thtt theft, has been in- tion and looking very badly indeed. lultated Frenchman (to Aineiicaii ; dieted and held in jail under $.'5,000 who has mistaken him for a waiter) ; Coxoukss has pensioned a homegnard. ,mj insulted me. It U .111 oM.iml ttioroulily rrli.ilile, contr.itl.L "Sir-r- , you haf in an it scar witli Juoo.inio The Miiuera and the u..... .u..unv.n il.I,,l,n A j,mur ofOweiisboio, htu There is my card. My seconds vill vait company, now,sho,iio surplus Its r.itcs arc . aictu anil 11KI f Lxt. We are a going to hvu .011 he , . Imv ami rcll ililc company, with illil any by the governor Stato in upon you, ' ' M dtncli uiunrp.issi.Ml .1 rvpntalioii for l.ilr ilc.illni; )verninunt bounty yet and don t jou. spector and examiner under the now law "Never mind your seconds, ixicllcd hy num. anil pi ins to milt cvcrjlunly Aiiteiican ' IIII Lit' I 11. , W011UI call tliv illention of nisi ncss men to lu rilMUll viiu uiiuv. ins unties win no to Frenehy. You can wait oil 1110 just as new cniliin incut, .11 ciiinuUttil hiniilus ami d pir is considering a bill to pav ,,xm,llm. plan .lepartinent and institu-offici- J well. Pass me the WorcestershiiuHiiiice, cent. K'l ir.inliccl Imnilinn the of poltcirs. as men. JK' Tin: House thtrd-- c ass postmasters anil l!rt"vVuiHLii iniirril . s.iiiil' rate . rent to II111 pur's Bar which he will and bo quick about iti'' JOHN K. I'AUI.KNEIC, "1 '"'' "' tlfeaily ceitain to pass and become a District Agent for Kentucky. 0..vi icceivi! a salary of S:S,000 zar. aw Semi-Weekly InteriorJournal NEWS CONDENSED. 11-- 14. Cincinnati A HSi ir-- - JULY4ty OCT. 27IL WALTON. ....)-......- ' ' SI2I PAGES. 1 ' '' ""' - j ' CEKrEIIHIBLEXPTJSIT0H:DHf9 VHLLEy d iTBW4irTS8i UNSURPASSED DISPBAY. FROWI ALL 1 1111- tXCURSION RATES POINTS 1 ,... it.i t.vr m J ti. ..:io 1 1 iiixt 1 1 .ill d, l I 1 o-- .. f HlK-riil- n, ,,, pnM-uied- g l, jm-- Con-gresstu- live-minu- te ' '. ' e. ,..,..., J 11. ,,..,. ...,,,.,., rs STIPLE tlUJllYS JOWLS. j J j par-lyrv- JS I- . . I ' ISTHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRY IT. IJl'LK. L J j '' ltli. y t. K. vvr.xJ'rozsr. OSS1l3K, 7"E V "ull-over- " :PjL:E3A.SCIII clu-ax'- M'ROBERTSSTAGG 1 1 WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. up-hav- .",'.. cn-atu- i ,,,,, "; y,,,,,, GOFFINS, GASKETS, ' i ROBES! 1 ' d In the Pcmi Mutinl Ufc Insurance delphia. ... ly sir-r-r- !" "WAljli PAPER and FXHHTITXTHE. ALWAY.vUN I. .,,.'. 's"'. complete:! ock HAND. S ' . t H . r - b Semi-Weekly 3 Interior Journal Ivy 1 WHAT SHALL WE WEAR? , SCIKNCE AND PROGRESS. rirtt THE On 11 CURIOSITY C SHOP. THE OLDEST MASON. i Stanfohd, , May 2o, lSs." W. WALTON. SEX FACES. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. ymi, C M J nw, lan.it Diiddcrar.vA I I uckrr mid Jnl.r. ti I vim hate hkih i l Ihcmtrltet ln tin r to bet nine in iindir tin. torpor at it ttoctc jitc name of the Stanfonl ami Otu i.lu-ilutn Kind Company pill 'I he liiiilneat to hi-- rnndiictcil in t lie lunMing maintaining mill conducting nf .1 McAilaniiird turnpike in 11I from theSUnfinil ami llallt (,sp TiiiMplVc Kiuit in (Hluihriiu Tlir principal pi 11 c of hutment 1I1.1II hr S1.111 font, I iiicoln comity Ky 'I lie tiirpnmtlun thill rorriini-iu-i on tlir ulli dav f May, iSM, jimI terminate mi the Hth dav nl Mai, Ij8 l In lir filiren The aiilhorifed capital thousand il'llars, wliuli thall ir p.uil it m li tunc and in nidi ainounlt an upon inch trrmt at the Hoard ul Dllciliirs lull ptisctibe Ihruff i.ra nl tli iiirporuliiiii arc In be nunaitesl b) a (until 11I fivr Dim tor. nr of wln'in shall he eicctf d at prctidrnt hy the hoard, and uih ill lectins thall lie tinted on the firtt Satiitday in June nf each )iai ami thill terve fur one sear tint rnunnif their cli ctlun Saul board h til also elrct a clerk ami treasurer he highest unmiiiit of iinlehtednrst In hnh tint curpiiruimn may at any time aubject Ittell tha'l nut etcrcil nne thousand dnll.it Ihrpriiatc pruptrty if the atHcklixhlrri thall 1 e un.!iTU'iieil, iti-t- (. raitf I ilk 1 1 nr tin Ivll Win Not at Sumter, h iiiiiiniiiilr ScippiH.nl, FANCIE3 AND TASHIONS TH T PRE- - THiNOS SEEN AND TALKED ACOUT i It hu gununilly thought thut tho first VAIL AT VANITY FAIR. IN LABORATORY AND WORKSHOP. gun of tho grcut civil war was that llpsl 011 Tort Kumtcr. while other nccouutr hmo nircrtlcip In ImIiii the Ilulr, mIHi Qiilfllnu Hi" Trniililnl Wkvph In it Storm given tlm doubtful honor to a battery at rcnsacoln harbor In I lorida, where Admiral Onliilmit Itipirtseil .V limit tlm Itio ut !! with Oil Iriini H Distributing l'ortor, then but a lieutenant, diKtiiiiiislied Vlnili of w lull to I II tiro mill tho United States Devlin Opprittrtl nit Ilcmril tlm cttrl, hlmxill' by gun-laiIgor uiul I .mi (ini'U Iktmt, with extraordinary An liilcmxlln'r Device. proiniititudo before the actual oulbivak of Any climigolu linlrdrcsilng Is only An oil distributing device has been tlm war. Hut tho war dopai tinunt nt Wmh-iugti- n slowly Irccuitiilit manifest, hut "wo still Monlinn iiMs'rtnlii'xl, on eletir evidence, and reentitly Mttoutcd for seagoing tour liiur ilnNMil high, try high Itidciil," tin ves-awhereby iho waves may lw quieted that tho original oveitactnf hostility was wk lately heard 11 fnshlo'uihlo v. .tit young Iml if ouriug of oil on thu troubled committeil at Vlckshlirg oil tho Mississippi, In tlm nnnoxed Illustration Isglvc.i u ter tltt'lnu Following I 1111 lllu'trn'til kwrl-ti.- i vshcro an attempt was luiule, somo dns lx 11 v try miug st.vloof coitrurc for time of U'o Ninm Ivt'ii by K'iuutitl(i Ainurl- - foiv tin t'Imi leston nml I'ensaeola uiralrs, to v ln pn fer to iln- stop 11 steamer p'issiiig dow tlio stream vv ith tlvhalr high P N mi IMIf urrntigomcnt that will show off 11 well stores on board Ixlotigiii'; t tho Fed-erHcliilly If tli sumo head, govurument. .V tuo urmament if poluxl placii ut that timo consisted of tin oao four iou:uU'r, thu propel ty of Im S Q city and intended for salute, it is n t surprising that tho steamer wont by unhurt, and tho circumsiauco hud Ixun ulr.nst lu the greater events of which Vh wn the scene until tho lu'.o iuipuiie ii'iviil the memory of them. Tho g;m was b ought nwa,- - when tho works nf IVmln-- on r.ero dlsin aullisl alter histfurieiidor to (..run , in lsJi, and wits lotmd in tho irduaueu sViros nt Washlngto", wheuco it was sent to "t. . im Wrr .V- filv fZJ'-Vnt l'olnt uud presented to tho academy. 7 ?, &' .'it7 ' tif--r- rt A ...!CJi.. Vi 1 Ik-oiIII-trn1 1 , ibs-ld'1 11 .or-gottrj r Who IH11I Krieiitly at llrttHvlH, Ohio. There tiled recently ono of tho two Inst survivors of tho war of 181:.', John Jnmtcson, of Ilntnvtu, O Mr. Jamleson was horn nt Lexington, Kv.. on tlm tilth of Octolitr, 1TD.I, ami wax, constucntly, in his U'ltli year at the time of lili death His father kept a hotel at Cyuthinua. Ky In lbUi the hotel wax Jmiili-ami- , n John ul burned and shortly afterwards John Janiio-nowas left un orphan. When the war of lalU broke out he enlisted in the army and remained in it until thocloso of the wnr, and was the Inst survivor of n regiment of 740 men at tho timo of his deulh He was lu uuiny battl'-with the British V r-- "y soldiers ivnd Indians, and had many escapes. narrow During the last year of his servico he wits n spy, and penetrated often JOHN JAMIESON tho enemy's lines. At one time he as discovered mid chased v'Vftity or eighty milt In ono day hy tho Indian, nud killed two bloodhotimls that wt re following his trail, uml got safely Into s POWDER Absolutely Pure. 1 V) ke T Ci.iitf I thetoiimtatr riintt I rum L M Jiniri, ileht l.jnii, Jmiir urlcr John (1 I Mjnfotil, April it, nn Duililrrar V 11SI ! ICMf.Vlft kfHrAtMliYJlJlMICAtOjiTi A NEW FAST MAIL I civmi; Until LOUISVILLE Daily, & to CINCINNATI tratcleit, St .net THE MOST RAPID ROUTE the faatr't lime 4nl inil lomfoitaMe limnt be twrrii all tolHtt in the South, ur t the W'ett ami Natlhwrtl. The lounlrrjun of tin, train on alt liunL linet it ilctKHHinaleil the l.imlleil l.ipiett 'I he tupeib inilini; Mwt c cm4oy Ivet uftont Ualnnilcil Cutnfpit ntl-all ton wo TicVet Ot!i. et in the Soul find eur llwir laMet and lUknt. Say ynu Set MwtoM and Hick to Munun, it )iu ant to mc mone) and hate a pleatMnt Jmirnr. ). Mil OKMICK, H Central Paxcnter cnt, ( lniaKo Citr ticket Agcnit and Olti en I "wkviIU, It. A lliik'sm. tij 4'' Ky. . I. M. a, U9 ine t t m innaii, Ohio 1 l.r altttnptrj letrn the s'"at lomnictiial .mo ih thr IKiki Knrl ami Chuacn, ami hence ' Tkii " 1U - LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. I & he 1 M0 -- (teat THROUGH TRUNK LINE. -I he- SOUTH & WEST With Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, Montgomery, Klrf. T!w inetlnxU of wool ngnimt it '. explain Hclontilli American, uro of two kind tin injection of aihuu soliition-- i and tin application of a xuiit or contmg. Thu fnriuer npxiii but little practical, and, linlvil, thort of proof to the contrary, It l Ktrulni; Wt nr. Nuteltl" fur Hn inuat Ixicoumderiil iltiiertms In tho c.t of ' Htrlpiil n Jrt ntnl in hlnrk or hixI of Lirp ilinu'iitfoui. Thin (.ysteni I, liltf, for U11i ilnj nml I'M'tilnj; (jinun nru honover, npilicahlo to ttn.ill picivti of sooiL ntiiourj I lie iHiM.iitiiw. mill uNo iilt.Tii.'ito Of all tl.c icubtitaiices riiiimmeinle.l, n con- ttlK of iinnrn r.iid jottcil Iupk (Jrny cwitrated Koltitinn of phoplmte of l a n "ihiIcii m it-undoubtedly tho Ixvt, the of this sub piptil.ir, anil many of thi'iti arv t'llxcl ith hroki'ti ntniKv, iio;witlistiiiiilinK U li'xh pria, I'hwka. Si-th-" linn nltrnat, cti IN, culls tvcMini; M.icli Krent ndvantag(" that it bhonl I AhlPM-lnth- , and aldo pi limiihil ith lie employed in all ca-- c whero i.xpn-no "rny nml Ml or fnnoy lirniil, and In it ti'v object. In the majority nf caws, liowo cr, co it lug u ith n brush Is the only practical mtm the I itdliti.' Itmdf It ittrricil o:it 011 nImiiIu of grnj . or enctt on prtlc ton holutlun of tlio ipiolioii, mid tho rloth Tin i ipilto iii'n. mid givi n most to lw recoiuincndei) for uo In this man- illiiinunioii I01S;. Tin culur it laid at a hand tier am eyanldi of Mita&lum nud uxlxtos 0:1 thi rhlta cloth, nml tlxin hrniiiiil. Hark kalllt. pii 11, Mill' hltc cloth vwt. tan cloth Imnd IimiU-- m'II Viirrliiiitlun Stiitlttlrt. nml oidlnd ihcr hiitid The following oxtrnct from Tho Sanitarian Indicates thnt n compulsory vaccination law Iulr-.- t st),.s In ()Ti.-tilli-r- . ha it ndvnntnge-s- . "Tho kucivsm of thuauti Ovurjpiitfrt arc now frvshinuabli) fur Indies vaccinntionUi i aptly xhown by tho results I Mt as tiH'ti Tin"- -' nm uiiiilt on all colors, in Zurich, Swt7orlnud, whoru for a number but the niiHt prudoiutiMtit hues are dnib, ' of uirs, until I ss;, a coinpul-Mirvaccina under-t.tknniy nml nti y blue The eran tion law wax olitniutsl, and smallx)x mis Uk iiKitml'iii'ltui' of oviTfTHlti r must wholly provei.tcsl (liutn Hlnglu c.imi tvcurrctl tiftniwcirily lw a prncticntl Al in ISisMi This was stlzil upon in tho tmrt nn out enn cut out a pittirn, hut following year by tho cut one that Hill tit the and ttvsl ngahist tho mslty for any mich verj troii iiiiiuot foot of the MieiHT Otorunltert nrt nmv law, and 't they hml stilllcient inllu- iniile on nv'ilur nud Rradel wvile, accord ctiis? to cutiMi Um re;al Tho tlenth returns - nud lti width of the lim) worn for that year (I'ss.)! i.inwtil that for 1,(100 to the ia.il ten linpM'in that Imlnw Imvotlieir death 3 cro eatisctl by mu.i11K)x; in tnnrjaltrt uiuilu to onlar nud UhUally hno lssl, there were !!; ill ls.v 17; and in the them tuiidn of the Mino iii!it-i- nl at their first ipmrtcr of JsN), Ki ' dresww, I'r erTln AVihmI pn-ervlnr; Tin: ii.vni dhussuii ino'.i. Tlir fnmt Imir I ptirtml uV tin' nkltnntl tiinirtl lirti'L nml fnUiitxl Ut a xmnll coll, forituil of tin Kick l('l. hrniiliil nlin wt r.t tin tnji nf tlm liiiul, tlm hulf of llio Imck hn:r Ihiii;iiImi arinnil hi a (itiir and 1111111111 to thu Tlif loutu- Irilf U tlmti ill villi"! into t'litvHtniiiiLt liiidmuU mlloil tip ward lnt.i .1 lt iuf To compli U'thuitf-fur-1thin ntnitiil nl falM. hair i put tint wlo wli t lie iMiirnrt Ihi linn Ufti '1 1 mi fnr, iiikI "Iiiiij; Into nLiotutlic t'lpof tln luiiil, Tlic nml iitliuti rcllmlovtr ill 'ut t:n dearHt'T Ht ill. ntvli'm, Uu narrow jmiT" nru. yniinrn irly tipHi it, iT.nhi.illy Iticllnltn; liiiir- 11ml ni'irti lnnri tilt Un-l- . nf the liiiul. iin.l hii.n- - not iitiln-iptltlv tr if n hut (in. ir.ti knot ilma tint iut tlntn lv t'Ttltnu tlnihlulifotlTurH now otnm-l- i wont Hull it inif-- t Ui Imiiiiu in iniiid the turowl tip Ui nt plitit or Hituplu nuut iimthi-irrt'Heil um eur pli.iixl mi low rii tliJMt ru hy Alluoji'h(lauiti-i- i lontu jmii-- hjo, iiikI UvaiiMt t lie y arc lilhir ami larger, nml IhtTofom lii'l. fiillif. It Utuixllikulj that the roll at the I mo,; of tlit litvul t HI i ro Inn,: lldil niM-nn- l anions l.mlm. (July ouiik I iipln lrnltil;ulii UnMiimiK ctirU nml lAr 7 tii'r - ril-a-a-i- r:, ir- v feV.5SBfefW3 zax-lw5r &X?&2hYm.X &. 01 camp. Iu 1S1H All Allude. s Mr Jnmleson rcttlwl In Willlnmb-bnrn 1 nr-ra- ti - . rmil-niiM- .l r hj conU, thu enn lieln clothtil exia pmt-ctlr.iiixtvitir Hnnbli; wnipinT, mid Ii.ivIiik InbTUnlly a Ixnly llnlns (.iplort(il bv a itnlnl iro, In connection with a Mutable mift nml nbsoi bunt tnatcrlnl, for tin) n'tontio:t of thpod 11111 n. u pnitv t ton to tin can. 1'as.iln t'lrotih a illiiplirnsin tbn lotrcr mid of tlu can, nud out tlinnli tin- liottom, ii a pipo tlttatl with a alw, fur rc,'tilntjris tlio amount of nil to lo l tclrtrK'il, tin.ni lniii4 at tlio outer end of lu piaa traillcr or nIcm. to initku tin- ution of ml inoro Koaorr.l or iliiruM.il, tin1 rtralnor may Ih mhuhk Kick nml n .a ul c'.tctwoti pijMi MTiueil into thu noitzlo todir-trihutliuoll in ti ittoro or Ictt lino htrcam. t- milly with in-jr -- OIL tJtsTltlllLTISCJ DRVICK Kill VTHSnt-- S. If of n c.iii to Ik wiltnhly 'h vnl-Miu- s ' t'ao wind to tho Th saying, "(bxl t.iniiK'1-shorn lamb," Is commonly attributed to tho II. Mo. It is In tho story of ".Maria" in Sterne's "Sentimental Join noy.1' It I real ly rtord for wonl with areiitencoiii tho "l'retu- ies"of llonrl LVtieiiuo 1IMM1: "D10.1 inetiiro lo frold a la brobl tondui1 " Her" in lm Jartiln I'riiilciitum" (1IH0, has: "Ton tlobo shorn hetp find gives w iml by nieasure." In tho "Memoirs of Henri de BniurogHid,'tl7.'7- Isl), u Kavoyanl ublw remarks, Ion poti- call); "((xl outs n miiii's coat nccording to hi ineasurn." It is not uuusiial for KTsnns to make um) of fovinitii (piotations and to credit th'uii to tho Dihlo, wh , If they krow the na origin nf them, would hesilato. Not very long ago 11 gentleman who said he 10-gardod Shakorj.varo as "vilo and wicked" (some person had toldhlniso, for ho admitted never having read any of the great Kxt's r.or.5.1, tis'sl tho lino- - "Tliero is 11 tldo ill theuirairi of mon," and milled, "as ,niti!il by 1'nul in hi KptstKs." And yet Imseeited to sincere, notwitlutauding tho fuel that he evidently know us little alxiut the Hcrlpt tire a ho did alioiit Shahhiieare. nl the Melrau Will. of United States vcsic'i engaged in tho Mexican war oa tho I'acilto t from ISM to IMS.imil they- - wcror.t with tho laud force, in limes 1 10 provx-utloof that war. The Hag ships nud commamlervi thereof were u follows: Tfio Congress, comuniudeil by I.iotlt. J. Y. Livingston, squadron of Commodore It, F. Stockton. The Indejiendonce, commanded by Cupt. II A. F. Iivelotto, Npiadrou of Commodoro U 11 Shubnck. Tho Ohio, ci.mmaiidisl byCapt. C 1C Stribllng; sipmd-- I ron of Commodore T. A Jones. Tho Columbus, commanded hy Capt. V. W. U'yinar. s'ltiadroii of Commodoro James Diddle. The Savannah, commanded by Cupt. William hlcrvino; siiumlrou of Commodore John I). bloat. There wore other essols attacnetl to tlieiwscpindixins, some of which tnuy ut sumo tnno have Ixirno tho tlag of tho commander ir. chief. NnTHl Pev oral squndi-ons ro-in- fr 1 ln net and married. Ho liurtst (Iveclill-drcnud runny grandchildren His Hlfedied about ten years ago Sinco lift dentil tho old man un eery anxious to go to his iet. n initi-rts- l On May V, JO, John Junift-Mit- i l IaxIk. No V, of into CIrmout Fns' and A'eptil Mitson. Horontinueil to bo nn nctlv rnetnlxT of the fraternity all hie the old li'e. nnri at tho day of bis hith et Mason in the United Statts. Mr Jnminon'a llf spunneil an Important Living within pernxl in Americaii history live years of h century. th period of hm evistenco covered every ailminiKtration of tho government from VViishmgton to Clevr laud He sat the Uuittxl htattx grow tlom 3,))tX).0tXJ to lXI,(iotl,(XJO of xipie, mid its (ron tier moves! from the Ohio river to tho Pacific He saw three warn, the last the most ocean gtnntie struggle tho woild has evir proHo saw a new maim, broken and ducts! fornutl agulu. Mr Jtiiiiico,i died of old ago. Ho had no vislblo disf.iM), und died troin char exliaustinii, urn without a snuggle or patn, going to sleep und a.s.sing away so qilk tly tliat the t.ioment of his death was not txrceptible. He died in tin full taith of tho Christian religion. O , Scx-hi- tr ,1 tha the mm "nt s 1. hi Itl'S o i ve A mvrvel ol purtt whi simenen More economical , ind cannot he told in Jin iry kind-h the m il it ide of low sh'i't ' 11 viri, ir p It tphit podert WL lltKINO I'llVHIlK Co., ' Vt' l Street, New York Sold only tt, in MISS Hotel HARRISON, PURCHASING AOENT. Emory, - - - Cincinnati, O. Would tli tnkfiillr solicit your tMtrnn.ige in pur cliatiii; (nr people nntside of the city, ill anv line nl kiiik(s,vIz -- Dry tiools. Millinery, Notioos ot .ill kinds, rurniture and ('arptts V'i ddin Outfit ind Mourning Goods a special tv ilo '1 h ipiTnn" I.adie vlsllmjr Cincinnati shopping or ii(ht secliii; llest ri.fi.rt nets Riven Charge reason llde tlephitne r,? 1 1 THE FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE it;ht tin r!,'1!! to sell 1I11 Mjren : lime and am run prepared tofurmth mint, jvc tlicir clothet from the ttirin incident tn the ol protest of washing. lakc randtry it and h- - mnvinced. I'll not worr j on ihout buj log unless )ou. ire fully t.it stied .1. tu its merit.. The iiiiiltr.unnil hite purchased the Florence Washing machine and ifter a thorough trial, we take pleasnri-11- 1 adding our tstiiiioii) 1 1 its worth, and wltlnmt lu-si-t itnm pronjimc. it a miccot ij esxry pirn nlir, dmn nil that i claimed for it Wm Dnu'h-rt- y. J W, Wallace, Dr. Iliurn-- , Mr S 1' Salter. A. C. Sine, Pill Pcrkint, Lewit K. Ljnn, L. I.. Dawton, C V.lnoy, lliidderir, J. Mrt Amanda Peak, eor,c I'ejtun, Alev Holti-cliw,C.- L hields, Mbert Camden, Sim Katnei, K an 1 manv mhers F. Ilarron, A M. I havi-'h- 'i Washini; M nil who mi) riibheii; and htm;-htCplui- MGR. GOULAND. - it'-i- ' 1 u-- x- 1 11 sm-I- 11 ltir Nnr llret- 'I rliiiiilui;. Little Rock, P.UMMitFittei It and iimliriildory, likewise Mobile and New Orleans. gold ami llvr ttit ititiu totmjoy pn-n- t fnvoi-a- t trliiiinliu'. and am tuatl fur Imlli Only one ihtiue In poiHt'Jin day and e cuius Applnpio of velvet or phrh, or tlowur s & In I'litli of a ihti"nnt color, oiitllne! nith eon! or cmhrMilorv! bniliL, nit much ud in I nil for triuiiniiiK outdixir cintuuuw uf EMIGRANTS for evening toiletttM tho doth. When Seeking Ue.net mi the lm of thu raid ml) receive IRUKutnunterlo! and (Uubii)idcries art li.rlit.-- r SpecMl ratev mil morn laiv like, and enrich"-- ! "ithllim Ott'See aontt ot hit Compan) for r.ilrt, rontct gold brntd.Mlk conl, metal thrvatlsnud Fiimll Ac, or rite to pptiiliuit. C. I AIMOIIT . I', ft. 1. A , I onltlle, Ky New Ciirltmlill t Tlw .lenev, Mnc introduinn, him Newport News &Mis3.Valley Co. iunuuterahln chnunes and many At llrtt ilunsu tilit llttliif, with llttk or no olTtiit nt inmnientntion, and witi m.uli f stockinet. ! Now i Im.e rill uirts of Invpiec, full 1I1V--- J nrwSis ni hlmitsM oI,ismi tinder tlio gn-rra- l term of jyoey. dr-.tn- ' ARKANSAS TEXAS. de-tin- ' 1 .ler. ufT-il- Chesapeake & Ohio CARS AND SOLID 1 PULLMAN TRAINS- - To Wiishlnprton, Richmond Old Point Comfort. EAST tmd - and To Louisvilo WEST NORTH T. f AND Oinoiinnnti X?Ws4tV (lAllIHALDI r Cuiineiliont.iliteit fur all poinu in the WEST WEST " SMOCKKIl SMOCKEI1 IlLOl'MU. SOUTH-WES- .N"o7t. IS HrTHl. Tim- - N'o. 13, '87. Diily 7 00 p in 10 35 p m Daily l.x. Sun. 6 50 a m It jo a m I.ve houitville ,..., Air l.exinitnn " While bulphiir Sonnet. " Cluulnttttille VMJunct' ti, cept Sunday, leave Olive Hill 4 4j n 111; Ml, Stcr ling 7 00 am. arrive l.ctington 835 a in; arrive at Cincinnati via Winchester 11 jja tn. No ii, daily except Sundiy, leave Cincinnati joop m; .I.exinEion 5.15 pm; imvc Ml Sterling , p in; Olive Hill oJop ni No. 5, daily, leave Clifton Korce at 7 00 a m; Chailcston 11 30 p in; arrite'Athfand 5 40 p m; Colnmbm 11 it p No. 6, daily leave Athland 7 10 a in; orrite at Charletton 11 it a in; Clifton Foise 7 36 p m Pullman Sleeping Cart on nil throtiyli trains Old Dominion Steamthipt leave Norlork on '1 uetday, Wednesday, Thutcl.iv and Satur-daat ci 30 p m for New ork. rnr Tickets, Kalet, Inforinition, etc., apply at ticket office or addreu W. C. WICKHAM, H. W KUI.LKK, Receiver. Cien'l Patt'r Agt. 71-111 Mon-clay rhrlstoncil Onribaldi. In tho cut in shovt 11 ,1 qultu now In design, 3 10 a in '...10 in 11 40 a in siuockcd (aribaldl, llk. It niuilmi no nud mmlo of pongisj j no p in " Kichiiiond 50 p m 9 other than the Illustration " Newport New iq 3J a m 6 35 p in Tho remaining liguro show what has lx.en " Old Point Comfort a m 7 on p m jtl ro " Nnrfiilk i,(i 40 ni 7 4" P m introduced to thu public under tho unmo of " WatlniiKlon s t) ji m smocked blouse. In addition to tho styleH 9 411 i ' llallimore p it ti 1$ p m tliero 1110 (Janbaldi Jroy3 of " Philadelphia in i on .1 in dcscnlwil lull " New Vgrk... , fiVo a m G7oin btockinet cloth with turn down kilk collar, Soinctimes tho collar, culls, cuffs tiiitl (Janbaldi Lexington DitUion Train rim hy Central t! me etc.nroof olvct. Tlitrn tliero nrti Main l.lneTranii vatt of lliintiiiKton run by Kast 6hirt.s in strlpod flannel, with ribbon bows crn time, which It one liuur faster than Central at thi neck, and designed especially for time. and other outdoor sporUr ADDITIONAL TWAINS No. daily ex. tentiLi, yarhting 111 Thlrt season havo conw to tho foronnend-le- v numlx-- of varieties of thl popular htylo Tlio soft Kllk jacket-- liulttil on nt of bodice tho waist and variously tlnlshed about the neck and vtrist, with tucks shiniugnnd tho llko, iippciir to Ihj favontw, and havo Ixi-, lliincllcrrchlef fnr Sim. Flue linen haudkurchiefs aro the most for gentlninen' use thii year. They aro rathor snialler in sizo than they havo lieon formerly, and uro hemslltchtxl. Tho Iwrdcr Somo Li alwut one and a half iuchis vildo. linen handkerchlefa havo fnncy twrdors, small btri(x or chocks Inlng tho most jwpu-la- r. lu silk handkorcl "f tho lzn U Mtiallcr ami tho hum much nan wvr than those ukiI during the winUT Tli uro (lerfootly plain, tho fancy borderod oucj having folio on tirtdy out rf fahhion. itieD-ionnb- lo Oalli or Allli iniitlon. Disraeli (or Lord Itencoustleld, as ho a known during the latter art of his life) wns Honorary private nf Jewish lineage, but as to till xHtlcal cbnmbcrliiin of his rights he wn an Luglislimun. As ho did not holini'ss XIII: ndhero to tho Jew Ish religion, ho wns eligible xP , VK of tho house of commons, tho saino as uny honorarv to atl '"?--ihi-- . MetroiKjlitan the other llritlsh subject. For many years Jews church of llheims, elected to the house of commons, who adhonorary canon of hered to their religion, wen not nllowcd to SOlichael Angelo. take their seats in that body, simply lieciiuo Homo: commander they would not take tbo customary oath of the Order of the M0- which was sworn "011 tho true faith of a 11 ly Sepulchro. memlier of the Acidemia Christian." Tho oath was Ihmlly niodilled so ties Arcades, and president general of the socould take it without doing vlo that n ciety of tho Avocats do St. Pierre in North lonoo to his religious conscience. America, etc. Mgr lioutand has for innnv wws Kvn do Ciiiitloii Aliuiit lli'iirlne. How store- Ciiiic. liatnig tho propriety of taking tlio step which Acconllng to Tho Ainetlcan Ilview, It is Following tho prmutlvo open hearth tho he took nt last, "deliberately though sorrow a little known fact that hard friction can de- first separnto heating apparatus luvd by tho fully " When ho hud arrived nt his decision vavelop Milllcient heat to Inlltino Kg)ptmus, (irisjk.s uud Koiiiaus was tho lie went to New York, sought tho Itev. Dr Hir, usKcially If thoMirfaco rubbed Ihj vnr brazier, an open Kisln of inotal, In which Abengh-Macka- y, of tho Anglican church, I aNo nisiHsl with hhellnc Tho Information chnioul was consumed The brazier is still and by him was Introduced to lllshops Potter given by a comix'tcnt and truthful median! iu common use for industrial purposes, and nud William. Mgr Uoulnnd's credentials till engineer that tin head of a "soldering ill coutiueubil couutt ies it is widely employed wen found to bo correct, and ho lias written Iron," wUlcu It h well known I fnr tolow both for ciKiklug and for domestic hearing. a formal request to lx) received into tho Prot"hn! Inxtt," had, in his own exin'rlencc, Ihhjii Too introduction of chimneys into houses 1.1 estant Kpiscopnl church of America, suuViuut to set 11 ro to uu cscapo of benzine tlio early part of tho Fourteenth century Mgr. Uoulnnd Isabout40yeursof nga Ho vapor ojwuod tho way to ull inodcrn iniprovements was educated at Paris. Hnvlng taken orders in tho he.it ing arrangements of aparttuenis; iind with zeal, nml ho preached Tin- - Memorial to tuiluhnti. it was on or about that timostovM canto into celebrated most ;ularlj it a priest In good Tlio iiHiiinitttt in chnrgoof tho memorial U30. standing in tho lUiuinu cliutua until tho day to AuiIiiIxmi have of his withd.awnl. Croivneil lllmseir. sulectil a ilel'ii It Is claiimd by thoo not friendly to Mgr 1'0W I'nis VII intended to crown mill mi 11 w en lloulaud that his present intention to conIII endeavor gaged and went to I'aris for that miisiee, nect himself with the Kpiscopnl church Is duo ing to ntiw th uud tho ceremony gullied nil tho eclat that to tlm fact that, becauo of certain Irregu necessary funds. pontilT could laritles on his part, ho is not lu good repute tho iircsunco of tho sovei-eigTin commltti'o of give it; but, as ho wu alxjut to place tho with tho Catholics. It Is erhais linprojier V o I It t lie New 011 NaiKileon's head, the latter took it to state the charges made against him until of H i hand and placed it on his they aro proved, but they are very serious iu from tho head" himself. 1 mvsnru associated Then lifting it from there, ho their nature. with committtvsof placed it on tho head of Josophliie, hi wife. tho Torn.-- IJotnti A New Grunt Statue. I -- il club, tho .NaVetoes. A flno stntuo Is soon to bo erected to tural Ulitory iiso President Cleveland has vetoetl nioro bilb Cion. Orant nt Fort Lon veil north, Kan. cii.tton of StaU-i- i than any other president. Washington inado Hivn nftur t', o general's death 11 movement Maud, tho AuduiJvctoos, Madison (I, Monroo 1, .Tucksuu IS!, wit started among bon tho Tyler 10, Folk il, Fierce 10, Iluchaiian 8, Lintho olllcors and Ornitho. American coln 1, Johnson 21, Grant 'J, Hayes PJ men of tho regular loii-a- l Union, tho Aithur I, Fiivjidont Cleveland, up to Aug. 4, tinny stationed nt I.mua'uu wwlcty of 1SS0, had sent 113 veto messages to congress. Fort Leavenworth New Vork nml tho nud throughout tho M inh ittnti chapu!iim;H west, iu connection Do 1he.v Vti? ter of tho Ag iMr, witli tho citizens Tho question has been asked, "Do tho inThev DEStOV roil THU AL'DU-I10association. lA'uvcuworth, of habitants of tho District of Columbia votcj"' nivanxioiMtoh-ivgoverned by tho JIUMOItlAU Kansas City and Tho District of Columbia tho mutter com government of tho United States, nml voting coiitlnguous towns pletaxl, mi us to havo tho unveiling of tlio by tho (teoplo Is rcnileml by to rniso a fund to monument take plnco lu tho early fall, If that fact. The iieople of tho District huvo build u monument Kisili!e. In honor of tho solno vote for national olllccrs. Tho design for tho monument shown in tho dier The first In- annexed cut i described as follow by lention n to col- Dm Claxalnir nf Null. "It consists of a runic cross of North levt ut least sCtl.OOO Tho term jKHiny as applied to nails is genvv hlch Ixj 18 foot high will river blucstone, lor tin purxiso. erally supjiosvd to havo I teen deriveil from abovo tho base, mounted 011 a jicdostal which About was always under-stixx- l, vv ill Ik (1 foot ill height. Tho cros. will lw jioitud. Tho thouand of this sum was and ten jxmml, sixouud, etc, vvero covt rtsl mi both sides with designs of tho raised, and r.oth- shortouwl to tho present term of .ZfriJli hints and nuliuals which Auduliou described, gradually ing moro was done penny. the belvct ions Uiing madobyu tjecial until lost full. when nf tho joint committee nppoluttsl for I ml cr tin Civil Win. the Mil bsrribers will liavo tiion ono tlio uraiaj, Tho luso nuui.festisl n tlesiro Tho wur ended w ith tho surrender of Conof Audubon, surrounded by federate Gen. Ivlrby Smith in Texas, May side n to hav o some distho Plonda water lily, which ho dihcnvcntl M, IStVi. There was a iiutional thenksgiviug made of OIIANT bTATUK, KOUT position and (leainbed. On ono nidi will 'o his rillo for jieaeo ol.Tved Nov. 'J, INtt. tho fund. Designs LAVLSW'URTU. and game ling, he Iwiug one of tho most were called for and shots of hU timo. Tho other face vv ill 1 selection was made Tho statue will Ik of lluutnn Gold. Ik tilled by ft sulUiblo Inscription to his memCold can Ihj beaten l.'JOO times thinner horolo size, I) feet in height, and nut from ory. Tho monument is to bo placed in Trinthan ordinary ixajier. Ono ouuco of U'uteu itaudnrd bronze, and tho tctnl height, with ity cemetery, at th foot of Audtilxjti avo-nu- gold will cover 110 square feet by actual (xxlestal, v. Ill bo It) feet nml 8 iuchea. Tha and "ill la) ono of tho most Uwitiful computation. general will bo represeiittd as standing, with montiniouts in any comotory In Now York. lib right foot slightly rab-tx- l and resting upon Tho otfitct of Iho relief and carving upon the stone, with bis swoH in hand and crossed Aks nf Two Arlrcisse. North river bluestono Is uch as to bring out Maggio Mitchell, tho actress, was born in beforo him. Tho Kso of tho figure is easy, tho ilosign, nml at tho tuimo timo givo exNow Yofk In 1SCJ. Charlotte Cmbtcol Lotto) dignified, und out of tho conv entlonal posiactly thoMimo elfect as tho ornamentation of was tarn iu tho same city lu 1847. tion giveu to portrait stntuos. In tho front tbn old runic crossert. of tho pedestal will bo n bronze panel, upou "Tho monument itself will cost 10,000. which will be illustrated, in low relief, totno A NocHtlvo Nil lie. This does not lucludo tho erection of the In tho military career of (Jen. No Mini's Land lies Ixjtweou tho Indian ter- incident vault, and tho oxchaugo of tho now plot for whilo oil tho mverso side will be a ritory ami tho state of Kansas, nud it U Orant,upou which will bo Inscribed the batthu old one, which bus been kindly under-cokw- u panel by tho corporation of Trinity church," soinet.'uiw called Oklahoma. tles lu which be oartiolyatod. Htltnllr mill l'liipnso tfii Lett tli(linrili. In .loin tlio Anull'-nA tsonsation has recently bom produced in the religious world by tho withdrawn! of liotiland from tho Itomnn Catlio Mgr llc church and hlsunlon with the Angliiviu church Mgr Douhuid was lately npM)iutsl by I'ojxj Leo XIII to organize. "Peter's pence" Ho has held many ositions of In America. trust by appointment from Home, and his relations with tho Pojhj were of a very nature, Tho withdrawal of ono of such prominence from tho Roman church will doubtless ereato much comment both in Europe nml America. Mgr. Bouland iu giving up his connection with tho Itotnan Catholic church relin- quUho tunny lion ors vv hlch hnvo to him. Ho is entitled to write after his uaii'.o tie Ix-o- Heidquiitert at S. S M.V.KLKIN. Micrs store. m::jt 's t SZ lo hs-iu- s Jw lcg.intluni.l ir r.uors and fficncnced workmen make v t te r t Ruo ori il hi this p ut of thcStite Hair cutting, foremost shaving ami si poulii)- done tlio latest and most imprint stv It. vtv sptcial attention will tic .'inn to idles ilihihl in 1 1 111 1 11 1 111 1 , aa . ml .1 tfT?, 1T 10 Ji Mi J rilOMl'sOS, Ky - - THOT FIGHT M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Hit'd iSso, In the U. S Court BEJEATS 1. H.Zellln, Prop'r A. Q.Simmons Liver ltcgulntor, L'st'd by Zcilin 1S6?. M. A. S. L. M. has for 47 years cured Indigestion, Hiliols.mls". uvsrzrsiA,SiCK IIeadaciil.Los. AlTETtTE, SOCR blOMAClt, ETC. iter. 1 ji. iteams, rastor.M. It. Church, Adams, Tenn., writes: "I uiintc 1 snoutu nave Dtcn dead but lor vour iicnulne .M, A. Simmons Liv cr Medicine. I have sometimes had to substitute err. "Zeilin's stnH" for vour Mrrii JCcuntjl clne' but ll IoQ't answer the isxxa f VopleI Dr. J. It. Graves. Editor The Cinfliit, .Memphis, Tenn. savs: received a n.lckaire of v our Lit cr Medicine, and have uscu half of It. It workslike a charm. I want no better Liver Regulator and certainly no more ot Zeilin's mixture Original Wins. TheSimmons, C. F. St. Louis, Prop'r iii'uc. n ioiis 3k NX-lut- fl Awnm Kg ax - GMOKEIN ! ) M Kk m M S Mm iJt Cholera Cure ' ) 1 iHints-cssar- Sci-cm- s I s one-quuit- v coin-mitt- ts mmm Pf 7 .:? r 'r.mmmm.-ia- c m ' zv w v ii pi 1 ! ." . x,u t area.'war -- ex-jio- rt I e, 1 of dollars worth of Choldie every year era. It is more fatal to rjiitkirs than all other drsases comoinetl Hut the discovery ol a icincuv mat ' ifiuly ants it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only rcjiurcA a trial 50 cents bottle is t'm i gh for li is guarone hiiiidrcd chickensanteed If, after u.i.& two biirds of .1 bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, letitrivit to the mulei signed and vr njorinv will be refunded. chiv kt-ii-s fn-tv Thousands For Sale by McKoberi &Stagg. x. .j wft.J . tsa?M4t, iMS ilV,aliJriJ. .!' . f IX V ijS'atWt.tj 4,, ,k":x,jlinjk , in. ,.W'V-,M!ik- , ," vtUkt.. ', ia.atrfe! - V- ,.JC, ts ' , t, .vyva'Ht..xltil'.ajtJt &trj$Mi tf . V'&MV.iag f.1t)l .. aJk s'rJM T Tho younger partner liad set smllo on his face, but beneath it Norris fancied ha could dotcct relucuuics urd dislike, though what ho said was mildly iu favor of tho plnn. "Any one you recommend. Mr. Kvorlclgh, of course will bo nut h factory to mo. In view of the future ii will bo well enough; still thcro is no hurry. Bergman will hardly bo in working trial before tUo lirst of tho Itft. w. il4 ' P a 5 ? L It h r v now, so far us that is ) concerned; but if I decide to accept your kind offer, I should prefer starting in tit' that time. I must pay Uncle Amos a visit meanwhile Ho will not regard your offer ns grutcfullvua I do, ray dear sir, old friends I though you r.ro." "No. I forgot to ninn'ton that ho called The new bea in his bonnet en mo is making u great buz. Ho wauU to go into tho detective business now himself; , thrust upon him. "Can't imagine what intorest any keep- says ho would not Interfere with your case, so came to mo for employment. He wanted sake of initio has. for you. eh;' said the jovlahy. "Well, there it is. tho details of my loss of n year ago, and thought thaiRomethiug might bo saved to Only u key a toy key at that lost out of tho llttlo gold padlock you wear as u ino yet. By tha way, the police have continuation of tho rumor that Kdson is dead. watch charm. Carol gave It to you, The fellow was a rascal, and nil but ruined I vo heard you say, on your lust birthday me, vet I can't help feeling sorry for him. Now, if you know where that key was lost 1'vo always believed there was a bolder . and found, you know whv you 11 do well to villain back of him. I don't think it was In fnvor my suit for your sister's hand." him to concoct had curry out that schema I Had it bcou Bluebeard's key, and ho tho alone. If you want work in the lino that j luckless Fatimu, tho effect ujioti Lyman your uncle has laid down, Norris, thero is , Chllder could scarcely have been more that mystery for you to unravel. I dare pronounced. The color Hunted hotly luto say, if the truth ever comes to light, we his face aud then faded from it. Ills quiv will find that Kdson bonentcd little by the t ormp jp, opened and closed again without money he took. 1 would give something to uttering n word. Ho was conscious that hnvo tho affair cleared up, if only to settle Ingot's keen eyes wero reading every sign tho morbid doubts that come to mo somehe gavo. times. Being cheated once, I must go to " Dou't trouble yourself to say any fancying Jlut I nm ut the mercy of thieves thing," put in the latter, with perfect good and traitors another reason why 1 shall be humor. "I can do all the talking. You'vo glad to take you In, Norris. Supported by given mo n sneer every now aud then, two such stout pillars ns you und Lyman, Chllder. You've held yourself n little betI hope to get bad: my faith in human kind. tor und higher than 1 urn. I dou't hold any Well, well; your Undo Amos has his little grudgo against you for it, though I might, eccentricities, but a kinder heart -- an if I hadn't had thin in my hnuds to turn the honcster soul tiod never put iu u mail's tables on you whenever I chose. Now, body. I'.ut come, uow that every thing is you'll admit yourself that I'm making genfettled, let us join the ladies. They will erous use of it. All I usk of you is to stop think we have deserted them." any mooning between your sister aud that Taking it for granted that every thing u chap. Hrii.g her home and give settled, hH lod tho way out. mo a clear Held. If I need any help from It was not throug'a i ny intention thntNor-ri- s you, I'll ask it iu due time, and 1 don't think Bergman's oyes were llxcd upon Chllder you'll refuse no. in spite of all you said on during tho greater part of this sjiecch. the way, I dou't think you'll refuse." 8omo changa ef expression caught his sight first n creeping pallor mounliug under tho CHAPTER XII. dark skin and changing it to a dull, leadon "comi: TO MC." hue, thon a look thkt was Hashed at him of Norrh paid that proposed visit to his eicflancc, resistance, fear N'orris scarcely undo when he left the banker's home. Ho ho sunk his teeth sharpknew what-beffound Amos Bergman deep in a study of ly into his lip, und brought luck the color to Vidoeq. but none the lesi glad to have" his ' his face by cheer force of will. loy buck in tho quiet cottage which was A cold shock ran over tho nerves of the sometimes just a little lonely for even such observer. His owa eye i sank. A horrible u man us Uneie Amos. suspicion went over him that Lyman Chlld"You couldn't pojsib'.y have come at a er was the deeper villain behind tho ab- better time, Norris,' he exclaimed, gleefulsconding cash cr. T'u- idea came und wivi ly. " I want to see how my theory holds dismissed in n moment, jet having been together iu othur eyes than my own. I thcro it would come n'mtn. think I have It perfect Inst, but suy Carol looked up at hiu invitingly iu they an author's judgment at aluays they is parlor, and taking the scat by regarding hi own creations, and if at fault entered tho there is her side, ho soon forgot tho unpleasant Im- :l Haw 1 want to lcnnie if- - Vim ilnn't tlilnW pression tho intervL-- had given him. IIo I urn lllching from your domain, I hoimU felt that ho could not entertain it doubt of any one near and dear to her, nil tho moro This idea of youraIIabout going into tho haul la thore to i ou be in u that Lyman failed to ootid any scowling looks do not bad. good, perhaps, position own case mo soiuo if your m their direction. It was a perfect evening, alt. Hvorlcigh don't suffer by It.'' Whut theory have you created, Uncle cozed In his ebair, and tho young people were left to their own devices. Tho clock Amos!" "In the flrst pluee. 1 don't take any stock striking oleven brought Lyman to his foot, and his sister followed him into tho hall to In Kverleigh's thought that there was some That man did the work .eip him on with Ids o reoat, and to seo ouo behind away with tho spoils. Ho was sucthat his muCiiv was closely wrapped about and got in dodging the oillccrs and hiding, cessful his throat. "For I can't have you taking cold while I lirst In oue place and then iu another, but am away, Lyman. Now, uren t you repaid naturally cnuugh.hu got tired of that after u time. Besides, lio'd got little good out of for lettiug mo comof" "Tell mo o:ic thing, Carol, was it to you, his stolen fortune. It wasn't the lovoof or Miss Everloigj, lu was making love to money made hltn steal it; it was tho love of ease, tho desiro for luxury, good living and from tho first:' tho like. Having tho means, "I 1 don't thinU U v.n to Althen," mur- off from the end of enjoying ho was as far these as ever, mured Carol, with tho red chasing into Ler cheeks, and Lyai.ni the wintry so to bring about the end for which lie had night with u v.'.ir.nih ubjui. las heart which sinned, he died." " Certainly a queer way of doing it, Undo no wind cuiild chill. He hid not gno u d yards when Amos." " Not when you understand. It only goes footstep came i.p behind him. and a hand to show how clever the. man U. I don't say was la.d ro.ijli.y upja hi. ar :i. "I've jubt g t wind of Wiiat's up. Did ww, you perceive." "Then you think" you lhm!;yoii could gjuhuad with such busi"That ho is still iu the land of the living f ness without o cr tul;:n' mo into considerayes ! That tho death was u sham, tion. 1 thought 1 gave yo a pretty strong inkling of what 1 wonted, nud you agreed planned and executed voiy skillfully, I have to iu Now, by gum! wo'll got it Into plain no doubt, to stop pursuit. If it was real, words, and seo how fur 1 can depend on there would bo some trace of tho bank's funds. He would either turn them over to you." "1 think you nro exciting yourself very his frionds or try to buy himself off from needlessly. Ingot." returned Ly.uuu, con- tho judgment of tho nest world by returntemptuously. "At any rate, don't raise it ing them to Kverleigh. Ho did neither. row on tho street. Couio to your pluln The detectives think that he hud them words; I am willing to hear them, though hidden, and so do I where ho can go bade I dou't recognize your right to take mo to nnd enjoy them when the whole affair has task in lliif. manner, no mutter what you blown over aud been forgotten." " You are a l'ore Tabarct for reasoning," may mean." Tho other restrained himself with an ef- said Norris, witli u smile. "Tho tiling seems plausible to you, fort, aud went on more quietly: You know very well what my idea is re- then!" "Oh, vory plausible. The only jKiInt garding your sister Carol. She's the daisy for mo, und I won't have any one interfer- against it is, that things of that kind are ing with iny chauces. I dropped you a hint not easily covered over. Thero would have thut I didn't want Bergman hanging around to bo accomplices, or at least false recyour house, and you as good as told mo that ords." you would do any thing but encourogo him. " A clover man could inauago It. We'll 1 was fool enough to believe you, aud now it pass over the illftlculiics, and see what teems that you lind an easy way to get out comes next. .Supposing that ho is dend mid of breaking your word. You don't encour-ng- o buried in the eyes of the law, where would him, but you send her into tho house a person of Kdson' stamp naturally turn whero he Is staying und keep your back to hide himself i Not uu intellectual man, a turned till the mischief is done. Now, I plodder in fact, understanding uo language tell you, I won't put up with any such but his own, after living all his life hero, dodges." what chance would there bo for him to "I might ask, how tire you going to help have a good time in foreign countries I Not yourself, but there's no use quarreling any. There's moro probability of his driftwhere we don't really disagree. I give you ing back here in soiuu sort of disguise my word, 1 did not know Bergman was there wlioro he knows his ground, und will not If I had, I should have feel altogether outcast and alone." until thought twice about lotting her go." "Then your Idea is to watch for him Ingot was only half appeased by this ex- here I" planation. bo patient w th his Norris had learned " I might believe that if it didn't smooth uncle's hobbles. He to looked nt all this us the way for you give you an exeuso to go another chimera, to bo pursued whllo thu us often aa you liko; you wouldn't care how novelty lasted, then dropped and forgotten, much my fat is in tho lire so your steak is but ho would not wound the relative who all right; but I tell you, It's to be share and had been kind to him in his own eecentriu share alike with us. If I got Carol, you may way by saying as niueh. have tho fair Althca; if 1 miss her, I'll spoil A shrewd look came Into Amos Bergman's your fun just for spite." shriveled face. Lyman made a gesture of impatience. " I've given you my theory in full, but I " Look here, ingot, you have tulked like shnll not give even you my plan of action. I said nothing, It wus not that before. If oven of thu detective because 1 particularly favored you us a A pretty sort, If I I'd make, when to hold didn't know I have novor amateur prospective brother-in-law- . you thought that you stood u shudowof a chance my tongue. myIt's a lesson well have learnedI boy, very and with Carol, but I was quite willing thut sho very well, It Iu you. Cotuo indeed,seo my mid of should have the setthug of the affair. 1 approve, whllo the daylight lasts." have uo Idea of holding myself lcspousiblo llowers Ho arose with alacrity and led the way, as decision may be, and I cer- whatever her tuinly shall not attempt to iiiltiiuuco nor In ! If anxious to leave tho subject they had your favor. It would probably do no good been speaking on. Norris blushed a little to feel that ho was leaving u wrong Impresif I tried, but I shall not try." 111 lost by Instead of having his anger rearoused by sionown Ids silence. Ho hadwork; nil zest the myseffort at this speech, Ingot was put into u good hu- - his of tho train detective was likely to rerobbery tery roor by it. und of give you tho odds In a bet that you main as much u mystery to tho und, account "I'll nnl.nnlrnn vmtr wnnl " tin I'lmcblml. "Hum '',t0 ho had not felt so sensitive on we uro ut my turnlng-of- f place, but I'm go- of tho express company s suspicion. Ho stuld three days at tho cottage, then ing homo with you instead. I've u kcep-suk- o I want to show you. So you've been fliidlug Amos Bergman still absorbed in his on Bergman's sldo after all, und your good theories and plans, went back to his city words to ino wero only to keop mo smoothed lodgings. It was only tho middle of December now. down till he got iu his work!" e "J never believed ha ttfAught of her iu Ho had qulto two weeks ut his disposal settling down to the routine of bank tliat way. I was sttro suVgj-e- nothing for by, they nuvorjtmit' above two or duty for Norris had made up his mind to him. tnrco times uutll this pa"ft week. I dou't go to work thero with the new year. IIo favor hint, though I admit now I was jcal-cu- s hud n check in his poekobook which Uncle A him und perhaps that prejudiced mo. Amos had insisted upon giving him "fore.- ' ' 1 to-d- y. I book-koeixi- r, ! ore Kd-on. f-- year." "I feel wdl enough 'The dickens 1" I recall his telling mo that jou made him a proposition to go in under you." "Yes, but I had a reason for wanting to keep him under my eye, just thon, which I haven't got now." Ingot mido no effort to explain hlmsolf further; ho dropped into a reverie and snoko no more until thev stood within Io nian's dcu. Lyman bad but ono desire to cot rid of Ills visitor. Ho did not wish to niiirtl, Tili,.imit rivlliilnna tt in, iivpn. ing by a quarrel with Ingot, but ho was not pleased to have tho hitter's society thus jensos, my Iwy; you know I said I would wt to yourself. Tlave you such a refuga eo you through," and though Norris had ktft open to you, or is that a fabrication 1" " Indeed, thre Is such a place. At If mt, "You can continuo to keep clear of him," elzod upon tho opportunity to explain that I I trni ((topping there, nnd I don't think bo had nohopoof discovering tho said Ingot, shortly. tho other had only laughed mid refused thpy will refuse to tako mo In now. It's "I nm not even suro of that. He has as not very far." good ns accepted nn offer Mr. Kvcrlclgb to bo convinced. "Then tnkuiny arm. Now lead thu tvny. "Toko your own time, my lad. There's rnmio him to go into tho bank." If Cnrol takes to lilm, I don't bm but that must nmko th best of it," 1 train-robber- what to do. Should lin leave his post to tummnn tho polleo, Stono might make his I "I think nothing gained by being in too much of a hurry, Come to mo when you want morn and use that as you plen.se. I haven't had my eyes shut, though you may think so. Your frioud C'hildcris u brick, oh -l- ucky that his loss wasn't such us to worry him much I -- a Jlno follow, but wo could wish ho was moro sociable and not so much on his guard, By the way. did ho go to hco you after you wero hurtl I thought not! lint 1 r fp V-7Y JP' ' &" und "l'vn (iivn.v Tor mt tukoiiv in iti.l." his sister did -- and there's your jwint of vantage, llomcmbcr that all's fair in lovti Saying which, Uncle Amos had parted from him In high, gixxi humor, leaving his nephew amazed by his 'icnetrutiou and shrewdness. " He must have got an inkling of how things staud through tho Kverleigh. Aud ho seems perfectly willing for me to try my luck with Carol. I thoughtbut uo matter whut I thought. The dear old mini is improving with age. I must show him moro intention after this, 1 have not gone to see him r.s often us I might." Oh, wonderful kingdom of a lover's heart! The magic touch which opens It is a kind word for the reigning deity; the knowledge that his uncle was not averse to sweet Carol did more to win hm nephew's gratitudo than all his kindness in tho past. Mrs. Bates opened the door for him elosa after his ling. " Well, it o seem like u Providence that you should conio just now, with .rA u note wuitiu from the lovely .ouug lady, und 1 hope it's no bad luck as has come to her. 'I I dldu't go for to rend it, Mr. Bergman, not boin' inquisitive, hs I'm suro you'll say, but it sort of fell apart In my hands before I knew. You'll lind it on your table, yes, sir; and I hone you'll excuse tue for hap- penin' to seo . Oh, Umly! iordy! whatdid I have to go and give that away fori" groaned tho landlady, us Norris sprang up tho stairs three steps at u bound. " I hain't got a mite more sense than that Sally." But, indeed, ttmt slip of cream-tintepaor, neither inclosed or sealed, must have proved a temptation to the average landlady. Norris Bergman's heart beat fast us he took it up; but for that confession by Mrs. Bates, 1 um sure It would have gone to his lips before he it. It held but a dozen words ; "Come to me utonee. 1 am in tho greatYours, Ai.Titr.i." est distress. A sense of disappointment, but also of relief, passed over tho young man. The simple matter of the -- igualure tuudo all tho difference, but he prepared ut once tc oboytho summons. d o Ar4 war." CHAI'TKIt XIII. AS KVKSTKUl. N1I.1IT. snow-Hake- ca s when The air wa full of soft Norris again found himself in th strcut The gas lamps were like dim, yellow blurs nguiust the thickened atmosphere, and thu electric lights were like liary moons. Tho sound of footsteps and the rattle of vehicles wero muflled; cold blasts whistled about thu corners; theie would be hard freeziug by und by, aud bitter discomfort for all who had to face the inclement night. Norris did not mind the cold, but he plunged along at a great pace, intending to tako a streetcar for tho avenue, but hud not yet reached the line when he stopped suddenly, as a sharp cry, followed by a deep groan, came to his ear. Tho sounds proceeded from a sldo street near nt hand, and remembering his own experience in that dark alley, ho ran toward the the place, to tlud u black heup sidewalk, which lay silent us ho approached. "Whut Is tho matter horel Are you hurtl What has huppoued to you 1'' "I I slipped aud fell," answered u gusji-invoice. "Don't call any one, please. I'll be uble to get up after uwliilo." " I doubt it," was orrls' mental comment. The thin, white face he was able to descry through tho gloom was so wau and ghost-likthu (.lender frame of thu muu so attenuated beneath his thin clothing, that the other had uo doubt of this being ono of those cases of miserable destitution in which pride hus Its part, making Its victims shrink from any thing in the guiso of char-I.g e, ' I j bo-for- " 1 feur you huvu seriously injured yourself," ho said, us u moan forced Itsolf from tho Minn's lips. " 1 will have un umbuluuco called, it will be tho best plan; there Is uo wus ajar us ho The door of thu disgrace iu being taken to thu hospital, passed through thu hull below. Tho plaeu and you will have proper care." characters who was full of "For (Jod's sake don't," punted this were smoking and drinking, whilu thu clatstrange sufferer, clinging with u des- - ter of dishes came from uu cutlng-rooon peruto dutch to the other's clothing, "Oo the other side. At the same instant thu 1 will do vory well, mm culled Tom, who had hulicd iu coin eyaway uud leave me. but promise- - promise not to send- -- uny- ing Miller up tho stairs, swung tho door one." ..p ii aud backed out. Norris could only soothe his ugitutlon by "Mind you, If tho cops git you agin, giving his prom ise, and presently, with his won't help you out," ho was saying in i, assistauce,the poor fellow struggled upon his disgusted tones. " I should think thu feet. Kvery moment wus agony to him, last time cost you steep enough, und even a yethu maintained that he would be able to uig.M mayn't gitiyou off ugitlu. What in get to his homo: lie was obliged to thu launder brought you back, iiiiyhoWl" gentleman, hu would do quite well now. '1 ho answer did not reach Norris' ear, but " You aro so far from doing well that I lie hud one Heeling glimpse of thu face of shall got a hack as soon as we reach the ' hu man who spoke it-face thut was fu- next street und send you home hi it," said millar to him, which rent u thrill to his very Norris, resolutely. " Come, lean on mo for finger-tips- . n few stops. Your foolish pride shall not It wus tho burglar with whom ho had keep me from doing this much. would go fought his buttle Iu tho Chllder home, who along to see you safely there, only that I am had forfeited his bond, secured by funds pressed for time." stolen from the express company, which, Thu gaunt llguro wns all of a tremble being Identified beyond doubt by the righl- olthor with eoht or terror; ho resisted w.vh iul owner, had been restored to him, mid all his strength as Norris mado an effort to tho uuthorillos wero left In u humor to t'.ako lead him toward tho thoroughfare. short work of Abraham Stone, should ho "1 will not you shall not I Do you want full Into their hands again. Abraham Stono was hero iu Mike Ma- to ruin ino I Cuu not you seo that I am afraid afraid of being known J never ' lonoy's plaeo, und Norris, who had tho asked you to help me; I don't want you to deepest personal interest in his recapture, stay with me. Why will you jwrsecuto ino hud recognised him ut uglancu under the sof Oh. good sir, do not bo angry with mo, thin disguise ho wore. Tho latter, how- ever, realiised that it would not do to raise but leave me us I ask." ho would "Do you mean that you have been guilty 'an uliiriu there. Single-handeof sumo criminal uctl'' asksil Norris, stern j4.rtvo llttlo chanco In thut resort of thieves ly. " Well, oven at that, I don't think I can and desperate men, as lie correctly guest-rleave you hero to f rcezo to death. Tel ir.e ii to bo. Ho passed quietly out, uud, crois- Ing tho street, took up a position whore ho where you w.sh to go -- to this homo whu-you are so contldent of reaching if I lenvu could wntch both ciitrancesj undecided bar-roohard-looking gut-luiuu ' 1 j 1 1 Indeed, the two men cnmtt out into the and remained standing In tho light which fttreu:nod through the open doorwuy. A third llwuro was tippi caching, nt which I must get you to somo shelter, and It may NorrlJ scarcely gave a glance, until hu as well bo there If the pint e Is near." paused iK'stde the other two. (Iroetlngs weru Their progress was neeossartly slow. exchanged, the newcomer shook bauds with The stranger leaned heiviiy on Norris' Iwith, n rd then thu threo turned within, r.rin, muting with puinfnl and dragging whllo nil th thrill and eugorneiis brought steps, but protesting agati.t any pause, by his loruier discovery died out In thu though his breathing came thick and heart of the watclior before thu now revoheavy, and his overtasked ntrcngth seemed lution -- for tie; third muu was Lyman to bo giving way. Through ty a Chllder. dark and de uius course, they cntnu at Is3l i i.nr.r: x:v. into a narrow street iliieh was crowded Mr. K ,! WA .NlMl. with Mil !! shops, mostly of second-hanWl.nt h .o 1..MUI..1 t'hllilvr lii common with clothing stores and thoo two wares, it that he should men' How noisy B.itoons. At tho side entrance of one bo nhakiug huttdH with win thief who was the of these latter lliey tiually paused, when caught iuv thu very act of plundering Ills Norris' patiuncu hud become almost ex- house hut a few Weeks before I hausted. They wero uniiuswvrthlc questions, Tho " I'll not nsk you to eouo in, sir. It's not ilistri'st which Norris had felt onco before n plsco where u gentleman would care to le was buck again with a nriv force. Uu ween, nor whero one would be safe at all shrank from thu dark speculations which times. You have liecn very kind." forced themselves into " Wol), good night!" suid Norris, thrust- ever motives hud brought his mlud. to WhatChllder audi ing hU hand into his but licfore hr nn usftociutiou with those two frequenters could make up his mind to offer the colli of MiVu M.ilonoy establishment, Norris which hu held hot ween his rtngers, the door felt that he was not the one to yy into was tluug back from within and au irate tlirin. Bettor, even, Hut Abruhum "sioun fimire appeared in the light of luimuky, should continue to cvud justice, than that kerosene lamp, which dimly illuminated act of A. should dlsclosiMiususpix-tcdepths the sraull, bare hall and narrow stuirwny that would uud in sorrow and humiliation Inside. to her tow imt whom his heart yearned in "Bedad, uud is It yersilf back, Millrr, that moment wlthu wonderful mingling of loike the bad (wnny ye urel Not n fut ye'll pity and tenderin ss- - po joung, so bright, put beyunt mo doorstip till ye jmys me the so Innocent, so joyous. .ut L man Chllder Iword yez ur owiu', d'ye molnd, onlcss beware of his deeds, thut the shadow of his yo'vo u frintid wal ye" Ids voice changing ovll should not fall iiimii tier. as he caught sight of the llguro buck of his "Sort oJ woncVring what could tnko our lodger" as will stund good for the 'rears. itniight-luec- d young partner into that sheI'll not bo hard wid .tc, me lad, mid it's bang, dif What would jou give uiu to tell little Uiku Muloney wud moind the bltu von f I'd ought to ls able to strike a good aud the bed If It woru't for the hard tolmes bargain seeing thu interest you seem to uud tho growiu' faultily, but it's a matther Like in him " of the day, uud only Norris fared about with an irrrprr sslblo tho bit of a bag wid a tramp's wardrolio for start. He hud hcoid no step, but lilraui security, which uln't worth the half of It. Ingot stool in his elUiw, his fiwe well Will the xiutlemnii pay!" guarded by cap wt:d collar, his shaggy over-co- t " Help tho poor fellow in I w 111 pay you white with the fulling snow, his altiNon-U- , the arrears,'4 said pitying the tude one of cusy us mi ran to, as hu laid his friendless condition of b's dmrgiv Tho hand familiarly upon the other's unit. lutter hiv.l sunk into a sinto of collapse at " 1 reckon you've been making a 'noiiut-nl- u tho uppoaraiioo of Lis luudlord. Ho scarcenut of a mole lull," he added, with uu ly seemed to hear what was being said as amused laugh, "(onfessiiow tlutjou'vit hu leaned, weak and dlzy, against thu been suspecting our friend Lmau of Mr. Mulouey put his head into something littPi short of murder or arson. the saloon. Say! what would ho think f he'd seen you "Tom, tonio he iv, will ye. Oive us n come out of the crib over thorof I'm not llle-g.hand. ThiB way, fir: ye simll seo the usklngyour business, but jou n-- it uil.'ht 'coiuuiodatiotis yer frlnd has wid inc. u ivu an ugly look " Is It dhrunk ho is, the er.iythur and htm " Have you loon watching mu, slrl" uivor to spiud a nickel lu me house for the " 1 II swear haven't. Never was moro bcor ait her, tho rogue' surprised than when I saw you dodge over Norris hastened to explain us ho followed bore uinl go to jveking Into our friend's the two men who helped Miller up the stulra business. That s tho way It looks to me, whether you like it or not" " Doyini know his business there I" questioned Norris, sharply. Ingot gavo his shoulders a sigiiillcunt shrug. " Think I could make it close guess nt It. But come, if you're done playing spy let us more ou. Tho officer that Is'lougs lo this beat will be along pretty simii, und gut It into his head that there's tuNchief Ih'Iwccii m. It s uu cbs thing to iiiuiie mistuUes of thut sort if one judges by upKuruiieos." At another time Norris would have tlw book keeper s ofticlous companionship, but for oncu tho latter cauiu us a relief to his own troubled thoughts " I shall be glad if ou cuu explain didder's conduct to me,'' ho exclaimed, Impulsively. "It seems seurcd.v honorable to try to fathom it In this way, but how can 1 help having my doubts f Did you set him shake hands with those two iiuuif Do you know that ouo of them was Abraham Stone I I wuut to ho Lyman I'hiMur'n friend, Heueu knows, though 1 nm ulraid hu does S not cure much for my frxmdship, yet how " iir.i.i" Tiir. wmhi rri.i.ow iv." can I help suspecting villainy of somo between them. He gave mo look nt thfl sort I" u It was minute or more before the other li.esK and dismal room they entered, dimly by the spnt'en.ig tallow caudle tho answered him. thotvu You're right. There is villuliiy, uud It's tuud'nrd hud procuied. has This will never do, ' said he. decisively. to gut to tho bottom of it tliMt In Lymiiu with glove knuckled down lo going hand The man must have lire anil care. Do th . You think he ought to turu best you cuii with thl. Oive him beMea, two p'.euty of it, uud unless ho improves specd-- i the fellow Stulio over fur housebreaking, I bigV, 1 tulvUu ou to setid for a doctor. 1 but tell ou, thero is a mighty sight i hil' to see the sort of treutmoiit jou ger g.inio U'liind the scouos than tin.!. 'Talu't lor mo o say wlmt. I.yuiuti hasn't give him," f added, meaningly. took ino luto Ins confidence, but hu ought honor, I'll do mo bet," prom-icSure, yer Muloney, lovingly lingering the bill to, for I'll swear that we're Isith on thu . inch Norris had plui ed in hn hand. " Yer same lay. You ain't -- oNuurp wit tod u you honor can't blame a fuu for lookm' after ought to be"it yon dou't got thu idea I'm hu was driving nt. !i.s own If yer honor's ' ' You mean thut, knowing Stono to havo uwikin' Tor, ye'll tnuy iow whv he s boortl noways boot. ImpllcAU'd in tho express rohbor., bo Uapiu' shady, and tho bit pays me for tho risks I take, bollico gettin' would rather lix that uikiii him than tho But I'll do siimllenriinol" it had name to mo house now. '.hists-o- . (living him rope to bung himthe oust for him if yer honor says so," uud self, don't jou seel And there's tho rest leavmg the room the next moment he could lie heard shouting his instructions to nunc of thu gang to be got ut through him." " But I don't seo why (,'liihiur should bo invisible person below. In the interval of ried Norris, h's ubxenee Norris wei.t up to tho bedsidu on their track," was not an iu prepluiity. "His own loss imortuut one. to take leau of Miller. If you have any friend whom you can Ho tef used to tulio any steps when tho " .. tu youruul, Jou had Isjttur do so. 1 matter wus fresher than it is now "How do you know ho did I May bo ho you are going to belli; g .vat ly fear that go to work with you, and ,rou wi'l need euro, watchfulness, longnurs-rig- . only refused to perhaps. By ull means, send for your it's likely ho had his reasons for it. I dare tiivu mo his address and 1 will say, now, you can't see why you should bo .end. ever fit utter tlieni, either. Say! did wtitu to hlniiin your lieliaif. ' that bit of scalp into Its right placet 1 felt A wistful, doubtful shado howrod over liko that scrutih ou my hcud wus uilro th" face of the man for a moment. 1 -- thank you," he said, hesitatingly. when I see thut thing mounted under your You promised to come again, if thero inicroscoH'." Norris was taken perfectly aback. Ho is need then, I will toll you. I can't think did not know what to itiako of thu mnn's now." Wrli thut Norris was forced to be con. assurance. Was It possible thut hu m and that tented A boy haduppu'ired In response to been mistaken after all, meddling Ingot was busybody M.i'.oney's summons, uud the light Hume of only the tho kindling hu brought was curling up tho b.ack chimney when the young muu ceaio. street, jKX-kc- Childer's package I know bettor now." "Was that w..y ou followed ino why vou tried to pit a yoiiriclr off on tuo us d Lyman Chllder that lirst nlghtl" Norris. lit. brain Iu a wluil. "That was thu louson; und why, further, tlmt lnv lioillh iaveout bo as to mulct) mo look round for nn assistant. I wanted to get you under mv eye for a apell, but u I said before. It's all light now." They hud reached tho uvcnuo, und Norris paused, wuitiu'; for a car which was coming iu the dlstu'icc. " I owe you uu ajwlogy if If you are telling mo the truth Hot I imm as much in Urn kugc wak of us dark us ever If tli.i kinull uecount us U.iliicr ililms, why should you two be taking sub an Interost iu the matter of the express robbery!" Ingot tuo.c the Y.ink-- u wa of uii.wering the question. "S pose It's nut of such small uecount! S'pom Chllder otilj wanted to make it appear so to gie him u iK'ttcr chaiico to work I" " I don't see yet why t" " " Oh, es, you do! You clearly enough why uny thing that's of Interest to tho Chlldom Is of Interest to me. Thut.your curl Well, now that I've lot you Into a mv tlonofbow the cisu stands, I re just ouo thing to ask, uud that U for you to keep out -quo-tinnen-.c uoh If I'd really ly I'd iicknovrledRe that boon up to the business Bsyoeif. Do you know whv I've novor got my mud up ut yoa for thlnkittgas you dull 'Caimo 0 pitched ou you us the party who (pit . ay with 1 ( door-fram- uit 1 S s&. TT rusi-uls- quite away from the object of his present journey, and it was not until ho stood at Mr. Korielgh's ilisr that he recoiled the subMiuice of A It hea s note "All well, Jooobf ' ho aked of tno servant who opened tho door "All wml. mi-- , except that Miss Althy Is powerful nervous this lust day or two. Talu't a good sign for a young missoii to get so nervous If it doo I mean one thing it's apt to meuu u nother Walk tight lu, she's rxsieUiig of you, sir; uimI I misdoubt if you haeti't utiitithmg to do with hrr fidgets," communed Jacob to liluiself, with ll Thu u doubtful shake of his gray young fellow wu well enough In Ins opinion, his young lady debut not half tho ma served. Altliea wus alone She atarttsl up with a little gasp, ami gave both ler liundo in a wurtn prosHiire. "Oh, Norris' Nothing Un happened, on arc heiv safe! 1 Imvo beuu so thou t tiuousy I n ui mi gluil lo see you again. " Tho proud vouv was broken by n quiver, team cluu' to the dark rycl.tahrt, though u tremulous suiile ma on the ifsl mouth. was warmed by her evident Norris' solicit ado. tIKlV, MHtlU'l" of the muddle If you wuut to stand well with I'htlders you won't put in your oar ami I guos yon know all,you'o got to do If )uu wuut lo stand well with mt." The last was sjiokru with a chuckle, as It Mr. Ingot wus enjoying some inwenl joko. nut fail to understand him. Norris To stand wdl with Mr Ingot, he must not rival the latter In his attentions to Carol. "As if she eoi.ld ever turn to hltn," thought Bergman, w.tlin tht ill of Ids old repulsion coming li.uU "lowo him ono good turn though for setting me straight. story; I It louls reasonable cnoiv(h-h- it iloti t see why I should iloui.l " Hu could not help u lilllu soieuess, however, that I.uitnn had not found it sisslble to trust hlru His thoughts were taken IMK "MT ir 22. d, it-- hrt "My dour AttWea. what should luivo f A fellow of my brawn should he pretty well aide lo taso core of himself If there had trvn any thing more formidable to fueo than m good unci"' fancies. You did liol suppose three dayu nt th- - cottage would haven fatal uTv. did ..:'' "You have ivully not i.i any danjrsistod Alt he, willfully. ger, then'" " Head that. Tliiuk, if ; o,i can, what I liuva hap-Kille- d Ut 1 evidently dUguUed hauti, Norris tend: "Dr.u Mis-- . Kvhiu.ioii -- This i.i to warn you against harlsnitig a snake. Dou't put any faith iu Norris Burgmun. Thuru aro somo ou his heels who will make short work of hltn If ho goes much further. A word to the wise ought to bo enough. Ho 1ms got off twice, let him loo!t out for the third time. If ho goes into thu bank it will Ihj worse for you und yours. As surely ns ho docs, hu is a doomed mail. This is not tho warnings of u friend, but of ono who knows. Heed It " The signature was the rude drawing of n blind reaching up through an open square. Norris Hxed ins eyes tiwti it, and his brows knit. Tho rambling, foolish attempt to frighten hltn was given it.s only point lu his mind by that strange signature " What does .i moan, Norris f What riicuiy have you to nmko such threats I" " I um as completely at a loss ulsnit that ns you can be, Vlthea. This note looks liko tho disjointed ravings of a cr.wy mini to mo. Don't let it iinnny you. It In not worthy of attention "Have jou uo Idea who wrote It I" llxlng her glume, searching and intent, upon his luce. "Not the fdiglitcit in tho world." "You will nut let it prevent your going into my father's service. "' with n perceptible pausu before thu last turco words. "Certainly not. It would tako mucH moro than this to miilr' ino change my mind ou that point; If uny thug, it has tho effect to strengthen my dctoi munition " "lain glud of that, but oh, Norris I bo careful- - ho careful of yourself. I shull live In miseiy if uny harm comes to you." Thuru wus a deep, excited glow iu thoso great, diluted eyes, which Norris could not i mm oxk to cosvivck." He led tho conversation quite fathom, "wr.t.i., Tou'ur. away from tho oxdtlng subject; by making hu apiieiired ou tho surface I His next words went fur to carry out that Impres- light of It, ho tried to relluv'J her of further fears. H wus gl.ul that sho did not know sion. thought "Ask that brakenuiii you're In so thick tho mind. which hud been suggested o with for n description of the detective Unit his looks us if tho villains had spotted "It took u ride under his cur. Thoru ain't ouo of tho force, ns I know of, that's got such ii the bank, and wero ai'rald of my Interferniche out of his cranium as 1 covor up yet ing with their operations. .Strange if I iu every tune I comb my hair, I'vo lot it shouldof eotnugang.thu way, for tho second that Only one or them would grow out on purjioso. 'Talu't so becoming time, lmvo used that signature, yet It seems a U stylo to mo, either, nnd that's what cuts." most foolhardy thing to dotowur.i mu in "Are you tolling ino tho truth, Ingot!" I can't "Well, you're u hard one lo convince," that way. and understand It utull ; I must watchful." grumbled Ingot, In disgust. "Tnln't Uko- - bo sharp 1 good-nature- suiTorwl." Shu took a nolo from h u Isdl uud passed it to him. Written on course uper, lu uu T If ctiiuliniisl wfr to ' Semi-Week- ly lip InteriorJournal will l'oit Uknt. New house with four Tin: continuation of "Under a Cloud" The. Louisville Jockey Club closed In- found in our full highly successful meeting yesterday.' Uijlo- - rooms. For fuithcr particulars call on pa",o .1. 0. McClary. IllUIlt M'llt With this isslie. Latoniu opens up Monday with a hig 11 Mo (Co BTUPUDYp u.c.WAiroN, miss. MimMKor w k r (W. j m was the tirst really natural .Ain.jf CSainum liiul tho middle linger ,,,.., ., .., '. ?,' . ,; , duriui: this meiiioinble oiu of of his right hand mashed off while coup. M t l ' III4I M IIIIU l IV Mllji .Ml cold days. It is time the spriii"; had set ling cars at l'itthurg yesterday ami came ill (ircen Morris the otherdayatthe I.rnok-Mav, -- o, Staskoiii, Ivy., down for Dr. l'evton to dress it. in. lyn track, speaking of Sir Dixon. "I Is Receiving His Id him," he continued, "because Sl'O,- Wednesday ami Yofii tuxcNUio due, sheriff Xcwland fi mik Cash was in I'ublluhnd Uvory TuoBduy and Friday says in another t'oluinn, and if you art1 told uh some alarming stories of recent M i " great ileal of money to me, a man wise von will liiiimi yourself to n.iv thefts In his section. We may have more whose limit in hetting is rm. Although ' Yi':Ai,iXA)VA'CiClt1( a,' i'i;i to sav of them in our next 1hu( ii.wii iiiiiv win mine 111:111 .?.ti,uni - stakes, by the time I had got through Goodg Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial. Tiik president's car from the Chicago, r When 1...I o ... $a 50 iH ilMritf j siioonvi scrape wound up tht fun paying his stake fees and maiiv otlierex-- , liirliii)itou iV 2uiiuy p'ssed up yester- at rineville Wednesday, an Irishman, peiiscs, it would take much more than day with a party of olllecrs, their wives whose name further than Pat we were ?'i0,(KH) in winning to put me that much L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. ami friends for Warm Springs. unable to learn, being the victim. ahead." Jirjpm it'iti goiHK North Wk newspaper men, bankers and othwill Tin: supper well of course you ijipm South XKW AllVKUTISKMKXTS. I South "7I" go, help the Indies ami at the same time er millionaires are luxuriating now in irttmn"' Nuith I;-'- " Jijiin enjoy yourself. Admission oO cents; spring chickens rt :J:i a dozen. Poorer - al liei,ht Nnith 6 HI"" South people will have to wait till they get children half price, supper free. the Utter Hanoi '" " I lown to a lower llgure. the ahoseiscaliulaled " itandnrJ lime. Solar Tm: superintendent has ordered Mail ! num.tci taster. lr risal.nil CHURCH AFFAIRS. Clerk .lames I, Hamilton, to return to his old tun on the train which leaves Dr. I.. W.Moyee, one of the new K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. here at 7:'.'0 a. m. and returns at it r. m. bishops, is pastor of the St. Paul the taxe Kerlimly will chinch, mn ready to l0) t 150 per cent cheaper tli.intcrticloru known in Cuntril Kent kv tt'mJmv Sh.ule to HimUii'l at nam and 7 "" ' 'I rin pieai cumr lorwa .,, U GMIlltlV's ( p mill 6 41. p in I'arlim, Dan uit ullcoinlilti.itlon of Y11II I'.ijier Largest xto k to select from At - It Cincinnati. T 1) nV.W'NI) S I. C t.iuin 30Ax awful death from hydrophobia has ville, Ky The State Sunday School Convenjust occurred at .Icll'ersonville, which I'alnt, t)ilt, ViirnUlie mill Painter' Supplic, Wimluiv fila, ite MEANS BUSINESS. C. A. BENEDICT & 00., leads us to the conviction that half of the tion will be held at Winchester from PIANOS AM) OKOANS -- Accntt for John Church .V I'u'n Mmlcal Miri--' null WTiiiiis and jewelry rep.iiied and dogs ought to he killed and the rest have June I'.tth to '.'1st. & Pump Adjusters, Well Drillers warranted. A. It. Penny. The President and Mrs. Cleveland their tails cut oil" just behind their ears. STANTOKI), KY Tiik Ik'M place to buy dings patent attended the Presbyterian anniversary at 11. meilicines ami toilet articles is at , M.mto bo v named Preach Williams Philadelphia Wednesday. ,,,n' ha.l nearlv all the calf of his leg torn oil' Vell ilrillcd to nrdir and I'ntnm fiirnUhid nt Tht! meeting of Kids. Livingston and yu virions dog belonging to Ilrown (iihson at Williamsburg hail resulted in factor) priir ouih.t, I he dog .Meadows. was not supposed :i:l additions to Wednesday. ' 'I HI' IIDSS Ml IX JACK, kinds from A. U. Penny. but he was killed all the -- The Presbyteriah Assembly is trying I guarantee all watches and every IDK.TJG-C3-ISc5c CTE-V7"EIL.Ej Dr. Withrow for claiming that Adam tide of jeweln sell to be just as repre-- j miiiic. rented. A. U.' Penny. "evolu- was a ill male the present .eaten at the uUe of his Tin: Cincinnati Southern will inn I.nI." monkey from which man rm TT oner, j mile et of M.inf id, excursions to Imkout Mountain at SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. Klder John Hell (iihson writes that tq imciirf A LIVING COLT. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, cent a mile. The tickets will be for sale lie lias closed at W illiamshui v, alter one A few of hn Kct can he Pi.rmi sum a, .In., is back from a visit M,y 1JS Mij fJU mi, ., ,H unnecessary cen on the premne FANCY ARTICLES, &C. of the best meetings of his life, lie will that vill uimiarc favorablv with tlie sei of anv ' to Louisville. tn k.iv tlmt I'litsiiicr rate to a lramlcr till his pulpit here Sunday. jack in the county A lieu will he retained on the . . n prenptioi.. . urate!' compounded. hV" lolt aon money PaniiiK with the mare Mil. D. (i. Si.mi.iitkii has nmved to spot is never olfered. Mrs. Huntley, who leturned fioin forfeit the insurance t.reat care v. ill he taken to Dripjiing Springs for the season. prevent armlcnn, hut will nut he responsihle will be (.iallatln, Tenn., Wednesday, says 15ro. hnuM Jll) otcur iN'itle from Hon. (5. A. Lack v ami Col. W. !. K It s. P. P WOODS 14 Let us turn out and give lUmes is having a splendid meeting here Welch went to l.ouisville Wednesday. THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, will go to Franklin theie, but W. (i.DiM i of the Commercials 'i them a royal welcome, (ien. Ijimlruiu CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. tte, called to see us en route to Pine- - adds his testimony to that of the other The Northern .Methodist (ieneral gentlemen that thev give an euteitaiu- - Conference is cmraged in electing live Sealed proiKaN uitl he riM.icd ny thi1 Knoh Kver brought to thi market 1'rn.ci loucr than Mile. o'.lock lime I l.Kk turnpike Lompany until the loet Wauhe, Clocks and Jcv.elry lie. ' iii.iv liislion mill Inivii alreal ll" lor the Klloh ,rl i'Iumiii ,jnd ,H cr coimtru' i ticimr the mavmry lor the Cou T. W . Mu.i.ini is back Irrun a visit meiu never cipianeu in ims sceuon. V 'TfiS' .1 J, A v, JpC. KTSPm'V'Cf ill he paired on short notice and warranted. MmHson, after an interval to relatives in anMiita- three, Dr. J. II. Vincent, Dr. James X. ,",",'i '" neuch of tiuiid J ackliowledgiug the receipt of Miss .... ' hh'i'id "III be required to furnith mamh Of -- 0 JtKirS. 1'ltgtiralil ami Dr. Joyce. .1 l'lan and fpecificalintu can tenal um niicary Mr itll.. ' ...I.,.H.I- - II..II.. ....V l.irll " "" " .. . II. rt u ,..! Inm .. National Stanford. lie nil II. i ur. I . iMlliirilk IS llOIUing II Ilieel tom,wn)"t the 1'irst ,he riKht Hank rej.t nnyoralll I. lhirn de writes from reM.r,( . to ichita hills, re utni. have Ik'cU ij,i.,.m;, ..1 ( illg at Junction CitV ami Will continue! Imlsandwi rripiirfuveuautuiiliM-curitofthci that lit has .. ..,, Texas, where he is f his contract contractor for thi' purformnnce Httsie Iisley. attendance lliddirs mu.t .iecif in their urotmsaU the tirice , h nli become the father ot a t born, a IIIIO til Mlllilay lllgllt. llllU Tim "rU fur ut, l',,,,; and s'f ard 1.. II (...nil Mil D. II. Hamilton, uf St. Uul-, UOUor l"'r ,, i.iniiin thu all 'rk ill takini; It fur old rtsUIUIlg. rv.,.er..,- -. loy, ami that the don ............ 1st.,... will leave for his home in Downev Citv, ..s,u g ...s io - m.. .....I l .5 SurreyS( phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagon3, littlefcllow has been named Allen Cal.. Monday, leaving large additions to Hamilton. Tn,. woman, l.ir.ie uihnore, who-- e j the list of friends he always had heie. JusKi'ii lluiMi Paton !ms gone to the test assortment we have ever had, embracing over FI X K VA KM FOR iSA Ll4 Ivoitisvllle to see the wind lip at Chur--1 iiHMth in M. bniis was mentioned in our The Rev. Viruil II. Maekev. w ho from I'.iillitt was last year a student at the ISaptist Ust, tin ns out to have hill Dow lis or something else. i to ell iiovaii'l, my f.irm, Mtuated iVj nn'e from Stanford, the ounij mui of mm n not fnnu thi, as at tirst Theological Seminary, died a few days Mn. J. It. Wiii:kx and Mrs. Joe otitaimiii; vount, Kv ennice have been attending Dr. Ken- tlimitflit. She hml fallen front vlrtueand since in the nuloit, while iireachiuir in a Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better Illuc-pasto- r (link's meeting at Junction City. He was formerly 188 Acres whs iilng as the wife of a man, of whom laiisiana church. VI Vhnos has lettiined t CSrsiKS Lillltl. mmiiiii jenlous, and for whom Ma. W. hi, grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the at Somerset, ami was subject to . killcMl herself. Washington, but it was like pulling Come and see our goods before making your selections. to leave "Mtllie ami tlu imliy. r art ullh Krnnire n nrll fill f. Tin: juries ot the last circuit court can authority for the Tin: Advisttte is senium, having for his text that most hue i.or and plenty room i.,r a i kinds of farm You willbe astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. ; tnc stalls tor out that Kev. Ibtnry Clay Mor- - now call on Trustee of the Jury Fund beautiful of love stories, the courtship niC i us.iicssion., room lor iv 41K40 uitn and Mraw Mat hordes aiul ialts nay and receive their imy in full. A farm h is shortly to wed n Lexington ilainof Hoax and Kutli. Kvitlently the lofts and corn inh (hefor it stud hi a hiijli ttateof rion farm. is check for the deficiency amounting to Ilrooklyn divine has never heard Broth- u ovation mid suitah emarkew Datisil . ItLancas, Sll. hiteeni month arc riKht County Cleik t U7.fi- - has liecn sent by the auditor, er lUrncs upon the text. He would be ter and Stanford. timhcr andciwater allThis and I" i:m coming in slowly, MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. is p eiity of sear' trvinu his luck on whieh would have been done sometime a brave man indeed, who would tackle rvp is $5 acresof wheat 1. it ( 'Mi11.11- Is dow oats, js hi ustr V5 tnljfurii ho(j and corn. hae jai.ii. but for the illness of the deik who the subject after hearing the wonderful a fu stis in of first-- i aslteides cmtnts. 75 li the races. At least he W down in imp .,, attends to such Ilinttels. IhisIiiosc I'temtlniii: tosrethcr and on ea.v sermon the mountain evangelist weaves terms toMiil the liti)cr lor further information, t MM'. . ... ., .1 t.t ,.t A I" V N .lc WATI K. address U II- w Mints huh i:n. .,' - !" Louis ille Times, Dr. Keiiilrick from it. ((Ml: llf H. Mvn,U , ovciMiie i.e.. , .......,- - ,,(l )( ,m, HI till, .lepoi ! The Presbytery of Atlanta lecently iinpiessiou that Itr ..s,. l.le House, .luuctio.i t uy. llim fMlrlv in thl. adopted the following: "I'esolved, That Wtf ,mo ll0l tn,ltlH CMC s..y will succeed him heiv. him and Klder Wil- - Presbytery disappioves of the opeuiim ill scll scm iitor f I'cvt m I mhfee, do 'd Tim trrtin dispatche.s will ho d tliir , ltI1MU.r 1(pli), of our chuivhes to female evangelists, n MnM imtional convuntioii in uniisvme .miiiu in any event, but Dr. Kendiick thinks preachers and public lcduiors to address Monday, 188S. JtUIC i:i Hi. Messrs. W. F. I'nckanl and J. IS. he ought to have a column or so to close iroimsciioiis itssemoiages as opposed 10 il.i C'nnt ourt Mibs will attend from this dhisiou. the positive teaching of (.bid's word, and m we have auiced to aie it to him. if Danville, a Mn. S. D. Vvs 1'ki.t, the uniform testimony ami practice of 39 Shares of Stock in the Farm- gentleman, has HKHirf Nkwi. imi nrrenttsl Tuesdav our church courts.1' The Methodist has l.neht Mnsoii and ers National Bank Wine in his Mt'sdames Mary HHstin, Sarah I. ucas and already refused them seats as delegites. ' with Mr. engaged -A- n.,lanily Jane llastin, charged with break- - It begins to look like women of the masnuitlile works. Matli.-o- n M. Dye, and culine ing into the Iioiim of John Mu. K. Ciiiii leturned fnnu must hunt other 25 Shares in the First National WedncMluv, where ho hail been to at- - tmok them before -- ipiln- John Ikdley, fields for action. Bank. The slock willl.c od In front ftht Oitirt honse the sick bedside of his daughter, Jim, who llxed their e.vaiuiuiiiu iiIhI for FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. bctueen the hoiirs'if in m.d teiilay at MeKimiey. As the house was who is now conviilescent. fasf K. umpty and the women smll not hue JlHIN M HAIL, J. II. Uni uh inns the Seventy horses were MiH'oeated by a hsemtor J'ejtoii Kmhree dee'd point, his fiiemls will be yntten away with anything we are at a Ilie in Chicago. C. tniiu to this giitd to learn. Hue day lie goes to Mays-- lov to know whut the prosecution es- Supt. W. N. Potts bought a ia of wheat yesterday at S." cents ille ami the next to Lexington, hut al- - peels to filed in the mutter Haas oi Foley have engaged :HK) acres wavs returns here the same night. .' Will keep constantly on hand a large and select line of Furniture ,' uh nmtata ol "Dav.d the Mepheid of new wheat in Boyle at 70 cents. Miss AI.I.HSK Wbuii, of Jessamine' Ihe .luiiiiiiistrvi ir ol the .Male or w" "l h,H ,,le '"M,l""c,: '" ,.,.,,.1 Dov wasgiveii at lincaster Iiiumuiv f..ii...... iniw fiivn.iii .me ill our Cattle in e steady in Louisville at 'J :Lr;r.i mnr; kV';' anoUndertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods night and among those who attended . itii on in vitiiiioii to .i to 1; hogs active at 4 to "i.SO; sheep do. itieco iiiiiein .,.., r...i... i.... , i.i.,i,,i.,.i 11,11 . ,111.1 ll V .ill. v 0iSr FRIDAY '88 can be ou&ht in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be con- and lambs ll to !) cents. exercises, which occur on Juno -' anil Dr. Steele Bailey. ,.i. ...til itii unite in at '21 to They both At (ieorgetown Monday there weie xposo to pub ic sa i. to the iiKht-s- hi.ider the per- - vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. i;i, lor which he returns his thanks. it that no ama- - .'.V.I head of ' . i., l! C. WAi.rox arrived . from. a Ktyiug was sujieib andliils-icattle, ehielly yearlings and sonal property of tin' decedent, coiiMstlni; of ... in'itltorn niotii., time k.hiii Weiinesuay . ' . add e . long yearlings, which sold at ".'J to .'!. Tour mates with mule Co Is highly enjoyed Fastem trip man's, ' 1 jc.ir Old tilly earlitii; hur-- colt, horse, ; Cakes sold at ' to SIS. Kht bringing with hi... our only nifce, Old mules Vermont Stallion, 1 mnsl'1 , wiisinor.. than delighted, ami iniile.i work mules, one luck cow and calf, 1 W. K. Coatt has engaged his crop Miss Kiln bee Vaughan, who will spend cows, heifer, milk cows, 1 la, yoke "ho in.ss hearing it beret Ins, of to their raspberries, which will be from .'MX) to oen, 7 calves, ll head sheep and lambs 30 hot;., hiiih. time with her t.ncles u.. (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Athniss,,,,, . ln.lay, night will .e.iet it. 7 sows and oil's 100 hushcls wheat so barrels .VK) gal Ions, to (iilcher it Bro., of Dan-- , very great delight. corn, ("j pounds meat and lard, uauoiis mower, ,lH UMm1' KAVOIHTK LINK HKTWI l'.N' TIIK NOR1 H AND SOUTH. rake and farmini; iinpleiuenis household & ville, at 10 cents. Parksville News. D't. Owsi.r.v is back from Texas tie kitchen furiilturu III. hldinc lot of silverware. of j A (Jh.u'ikii. II. ti. Sandifer as I. Q. .Montiroiuerv, ol Lincoln, pur Al the same tune and place sseull rent for the LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA lightetl with IiIh visit ami convinced "f,he ycar ,R88 ",c fo""wnK RT the great futuie of the Mate, no nu f.. Soule Smith, (Jraml High Priest of chased last week of Lewis Ui.bertson, of aen'!f,ml" IN a i i HOL'RS. not buv the Capitol, but he pronounces (;r,mi uovn a .), Chanterof Kentucky. this county, 8 mule colts at sr17..V0 each; Coliiin- - 90 Acres of the Salter Land, 180 Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. mule atSll'-'.ostanfonl Chapter V. I), on one byear-old it one of thelaigestaml llnest buildings ,KlulyLM Acres Home Place, 75 Horse Wednesday night last ami installed the bin llendd. ho ever saw. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. - C. Clark, of Mason, sold HO hogs Mu.i.Kit has returned fioin ftJnovinr itllceis: Mill Place and 26 Acres A. H. Penny, 11. P.; W. II. H2 TJtJX A.S SIIO RT J ..IX K,. He got cast in ins el - ,, Uufus Fcton iH.ppanlsvllle. Vandeveer, Fx. King; .1. It. .Me- - --'.'O lbs. average nt m.I". Meadow at Lawson in the case (;,.,.ary( i.;x. Scribe; B. (L Alford, C. of ll. shipped to New York for .1. W. Carson School-Housdi t to beat the bail forfeiture CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. of Bill Pollock, but win utiso urn case ui smith Irwin, P. S.;(i. D. Hopper, 1!. A. Ll!) lambs weighing 70 lbs.' at i(J cents; II.KMs - ho sale and renting will he made on 11. aired t of si months, for all sum- - umt Sio ut ;l.l t y . , T mjh,,, ol,.,. .Mi wlumu the Couit of Appeals. His plea is pure- c . , j u ,)ait) M l s 110 Iwiids with vjood " purchaser to uxcsittt lH,VDDOVX. iire.vn tjj?. per annum from day icarini; 6ts-- cent lv technical. il V.; M. F. Unlet, M. :M V.; A. A. - Winchester Democrat payalilo at cm- sale until paid, neotiati I'KAl.NS NOKTT('. TRAINS SOUTH. acknowledges with thanks, M,.Kjm,V Tivas., Thos. W. Varnoii, 'licit junior The Chattanooga Argus says that the ol.ns National Hank .! I..iin.ater Ky. Sales of $10 ' No. 4. ' Na S. No. t. No. t. No. No. 7. Mo. 5. Misses Anne, Shanks S()(.v orlessuil hd for cish Sal., ill heiii at 9 o'tlk, STATIONS. ciop of straw berries now being shipped invitations from No. 2. a m. Daily Daily. Daily. f i that place will bring $10,000. They A ticrxin ho dm; aims uainst tiic estate (.1 Daily. Kt.Sun.l Daily. Duly. and Nancy Hayland to attend the coin" ," ; ; dec d wi present them proper, Lv the presentation of "D.ivnl, the are principally cultivated on Missionary Ionian Col- ,.,..m.....ient exercises of Daughters Arv 640am , ,i pm ioaj 610 p 11. C. Kaiifrman 817am 403pm, Scopm 7 53 a m I. ve.....C.incinnall proicli tolhc iindeisluned or to . ,. a jo .. ... 3 j j. in "' 1 47 " yjst'"' tmy, me iieiiiiiiiiii ni.uiiiiiu- I.itlge the laud which a few years ago l.:ll.( asl.T Kv lioso unutitetl to saui estate are ' v at 8 C. l. Hiey ailil .Miss lege M,ay . Georgetown, 10 a 10 jv in 7 cj p in 10 J7 p m 7 14 in, 308 pin r..iiiislHl to sett e with it a in 4 15 pm' 7 00a m a 40 i id 3 uc'vTate'iro among the ten graduates. cantata, at Walton's Opera House l.ctmsion .V K I'liUKlNS Admrv ll ,Vp m 7 35 pm n 05 p in id 15 a in m per acre. It is now woith O sold for 3 a in iianvnie,... V) pin n j pin jo p in j jo a in I 10 p m "W't by the choir .,f the INesbyterian from isiOO to S'.'.IKH) per acre. JC a 10 p s pm Junction in pin J 30 a niJin 3 jo p m 5 jo a s t. ,' if. S. C. Hakims has returned from Tho HUYBKH' QUIDS 13 m in J OS a m 13 30 p m f", nomcrsci t 00 p m lojnm - ''Iniiel, at Lancaster, Miss . ul.e. (., - Discouraging reports regarding the March end Bept., DaWlalc o 30 p m 9 jj pin PinevUle, wheie ho has decided to 5 aj a in 313 pm 7 is a is a yoar. It is an otic Arv...ChattaniMi.i,...l.'te hikes the character o Abigail, with outlook for crops are being iceeived at j a Bjuamj 710pm 9 mi a tooup 4 . says that a very large crowd : 8 jo a in, 600pm I.'ve...Ch.ittinoo;a r'v tj as. p m ulopodia of useful " .,l !,t . tl.-Sa.,000 Indianapolis fiom all paits of Indiana. hU. .Allan lop lie for nil who ir Itirminjham, .... 11Jtspin 3 30 a in .. l the Kilo of lots ami thattin, ! 35 inn 3 15 p mln in pin 1ve tho luxuries or tho ...i.i i.i- -' fmnibiLr - t.ro- - tei.dants; .Miss .lennie hiulkiier nppiuni In maiiv counties hav and oats have siif ' Oenpmlii 4tia ill Tuscaloosa. .. e. t 9 10 a in 40 a worm """ necosaiUcs of llfo. Wo ..... ...... i ... i..i....n,. nu M..S.M. .1 v.. t,)V(j S0U.,.L.iy ,0, t1L. iirotitli, while in IIS Mii,i. ... it ..w....w....o ....,..., ... r I.'vo x 30 m 10 ion ml.. .Meridian ,11 7i tim 4 10.1 m.Ar'v.. sold at $40 a front e olotho 7011 and furuieh you with oan posed 630 a nil 9 30 a mlAr'v..New Orleans ...l.'ve 900pm stMPm' IIleiuphill as Saul; J. . Samhieras.Iesse; th(. W11theril ,ihI( f thl. Stntl. nil tho nocessary and unnocossary l.'ve. .....Meridian.. .Arv 5 10a in 00 pml. foot. o is p nnnllnnnoit tn rldo. walk, dnnoo. aloon. oor am 1. ve ....ackson. :. At v . . Laudram K D. Bishop as Aimer; .. . w'ork 0 t0 churchi aro lv tlie ..., icksunrK. to a in l.'ve 4 od pin h as the .Messi'iim'r, ie. J ho entiro cast .Monroe. 1 iop m I. ve LOCAL LORE. to os a mi. Sam Moore, one of our countv men, or stay at homo, and in various siros, 811pm Ar'v.,.Shrscport cxi aju. 10 excellent vocalists. l.i.nolit quantitios. Just ilguro out consists of about iiitmii 01 twis for stylos t and last full roquirod t0 do all thoso things wUnt N, Train No. 9 leas e OAd.ile at s 5. A it, and arrive in Chattanooga at 9 rtrVV vi. No, 1,, Ic.v.s 'ew (itKins hi springiiiidhnininerhatH The unteitaiuinent in itself will bo well which he paid SOL lie has sold Iron. COMFORTABLY, and you oan make a fair Chattanooga at 01, 1'. M., and arrises at Oakdale at i$. at Court's fi Cox's. worth the money and as it is for n good them wool ami laniiis to the amount ot. ostimato of tho valuo n.' tho BUYEHB' Mann Itotuloir llnlTet Sleepini; Cart on all trains. QUIDB, wbioh will bo sent upon sell your cause, the house ought to and doubtless $.'7(1, and has tin owes that aro woith II Ct).I.hlt N, lien r Kt. JOHNC.flAUl.T, (Jeneral Manajer, . Ski: Nunnellcy beloro you receipt of 10 cents to pay postago, K. OAK HOI. I,, (ieneral Superintendent Let us tin our sister more than cost on account of tho enhan- MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Ho will pay as much or a little will bo crowded. wool. II nl.li , West Fourth Street, Cinunn.iti. OI11 ). (ieneral Olfi- e, M. town's rcpicsentatives pioud. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. 4 Winchester .Sun. ced price of sheep. moie than anybody. .May day Yiti:iiI)y .,,, .,.,' 1 1s MERCHANTTAILOR AND SUMMER ' 111 SPRING GOODS. -- I A I M-- il -- I (Kl IJAXES TAXES 1 SPRING OPENING! wall paper and decorations T;j,toit:::fLin;f r?;i I e s .11 111 -- 1 ,,.,..! l,",,,,,ltM,,11SL;,lll H- .. a. e. GXBBOisrs, Di$.isrrxi.i.E, ky. - 1 A o B0 Silas vcmr, T PWN1, I. I a-- tin 11 I I j I -- 11 t. in-- Notice to Contractors. man-rial , ... I I '""' '.,." ." '' I wi-l- m-- - . '1 I ) BUGGIES, CARRIAGES! th-s- I , I Imh-i- i 1 j of Finest . ) .. .. i ; Sltlt 1 wik mt. .w - 11 Al-for- d 11 oca-te- GEO. X. WEAHEKr, MAJST'G'R. I In- thi-- - 11 . i. 111 111 1 I 1 I - '; ti, controve.-svbetwec- ', ,,.,. I ss SEW FURNITURE STORE ! .'BCCOTMAiV, vmw A 4th, I elt-e- r ' j ' , l i s, , U Cn. - ear-loa- d 1 7. AHDMHS vaVjLII JUN,El t 4 .'...., 1 1 I i., 1 i.T 1 1 , - lon-ffi- t ....... . - l" 1 1 e 1 1 1 -- ' 1 1 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. I , ,,, .. " .1 111, .1 111 , B 111 1 ' ' , O. I'll e. I .. i ' r inti-n-s- t ' ss , 1 s -- 111 - I .M H to-'- 11 I 1 H 1 I k) 1 111 11 111 11 Katol-rtiLlm- coiirl-hous- Ol 1 .1 11 111 111 111' 111 111 pur-cha- I 1 111 . . .1 . 1 eorn-lield- s 111 111 . . c cut-worm- s. 11 -- ...... 11 11, , S I I'.i-j- t 111-11- (o Semi-Weekly Interior Journal A Prize Essay By An Albany Devil. Printer's BREECHLOADER. of SANIHDGE AHEAD. Till-- ' 1IIK FANCY SADDLK STALLION, h The souvenir dancing orders of the Albany Printing Pressmen's I'liion conKINGSVILIE. tains the following contribution from "a printer's devil." which is too funny for in tho publication in Klngsviflu N tin iK'it comic papers; at State for a l.in,v hnt.'l. tiool least, they seldom have such genuine jfr an I'littTjirNiii 111:111 in tin- t'oiitity. humor. It is ent:tl I a "Prize on Don't all apply at omv. Newspapers:" will not contest with her ' Newspapers is called vehicles of insister Wuynusliurij fur the new county formation. w&L The great coiiiinoiviiil centres are Reporters is what is called "the stall'" county seats. uot so ininy of tlr.Mii being "sticks." They Mr. Street closed his school at this work hard it refreshment bars. place last week. He was well liked by is men what spoil the most of tho patrons. We are sorry that punctuation of compositors. They spell lie could not remain with ti. and another way a word one way We did not t:il.v u threat ibal of InThey think they be intelliterest in the now pike. We much pre- gent p 'r.sons; compodtors think differfer the Davison road law. Let if luivc ent. Comp"sitors is men as sets up the j;ood ro.uls all over the county. jacli crop was not injured by types md sometimes they drinks. The p is wry steady men when they is the late frot. Wheat and clover look veil in this vicinity, except iiccnsional sober which they seldom is when they Jields that were injured by the winter can help it. Kditors is men what know a everything A small child of Win. Hosier :i few in the heaven above, and the earth beweeks ajro fell with an open knife in his neath. They is writers who doesn't hand, the blade of which penetrated the write anything whatsoever. They is the hall of one eye, causing the loss of that li.rge.st men you ever see. Managers is men as takes in the tin member. Hubble speaks of a cow with three and gives patent medicine "ads" tops of living calves. Our neighborhood has a columns next to rending matter :" colcow with six living calves, n.11 of which umns out of .52. Proprietors ain't anybody. They ain't sire heifers and three of them are now ever seen. giving milk. Pi inters' devils is the most important A canning and preserving works "will be built at Kitnrsville in the near persons in a printing oilice. They does future that will give employment to sev- the hardest work and gets the least pay. Pressmen is well there wouldn't he eral hundred laborers during the fruiting seasons. This enterprise will stimulate no nwsp.iper.s, no circus bills, without the culture of vegetables next year. We pressmen to print em'. Feeders is men what feeds on the fat liope to see the fields covered with them, Instead of corn and wheat. A great deal of the land. If I ever start a paper of my own I'll more could li? said of the enterpri.se of call it The I'mbrella. Kverybody will Xingsville. There is no boom, only an unavoidable advance, the result in part take it. I heard the foreman tell this funny stoof the prohibition law. Away with prory to one of the "staff" the other day. hibition, giw us back the saloons, It must have been funny 'cause they drunkenness and murder, and these both laughed, This is the story: "A and advancements will stop. gentleman was promenading the streets CINCINNATI'S CENTENNIAL with a little boy at his side when the little fellow cried out: "O, pa, theregoes An event of national importance he-an editor!' 'Hush, hush,' said the father 11s in Cincinnati on the nation's birth'don't make sport of the poor man God and will continue day (July itlil onlv knows what von tnav come to vet.'" for 100 day.s and nights, or und Thi)oimg thoroughbred "33 at low price of will makefile season CtlMIIINKD Vt'AI.I.KJN, WALLACE DENMARK, Foaled May 1, iStj. I t rich Mahogony hiy, It', hands high, heavy irane and tail, itMrutly fine unci fane); Is both a natural and pleasant aaddten breed fam y and when tinetly driven in harness tt)le 011 both gnet like 1 trotter, lie high-tal- l tidet to the third generation. I b.uked U) tho" nnkijig him ver actlte oughbrtdt on both sides, and sprightlv in g.iU. in form and finnti a perfect model lie a irrd b Sumpter Demuaik, he by Gwldard' Deeinirk. he W tmiiies .. Cromwell t Dciiiiurk. he b) ihe ri bore. Deiimir". he red by Sir His first dam wa Imp lled,ffnrd Wallu-e- , li'b) I "I untrr ir Wall.u , Mr by l I irgini-isih irmghlireil id d.im irgimu. bv I ranb), llioroiigribieil he b) tloV hip. id om a Whipp mar M , da-oV cU-hraie1 $10 to Insure a Living Colt Money due September 1st, iSS), at llic GrtgOiy1 farm, near Shelb) Cit), K) Description and Pedigree Breechloader i a rich dark bay, uith black point, not auhitehiir hand, high and on him. heat y mane and tail, A to hi breeding nullities I n perfect model refer to any of hi last year' coin, whlth are. without a lngle exception, lirge, tine and solid color. Helow i hi pedigree IIRKKCIII.OADKK, bay, foaled In tSJo No. 4? II) Imp llillet, 130 1 dam Nellie Vtley, (grand dam of Ilmctte, by Hob Johnson a dam Mary Churchill by Alex Churchill. j dam by Imp Margrave grand d.im of King Al- - Hamlot She li) Cit Will tmtVe lDnznrlc I of SH at my stable near omits , on the Shell") City the . - Kiinj-ivilli- Proof-reader- s to-da- y Com-P')sito- r. es iiiiin-terupted- ly fc is the Centennial Exposition of the Ohio Valley and Central States, designed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the tit.st white .settlement of the great Northwest territory. The business element of the Queen City having raised a guarantee fund of over 51,000,000 to defray the expenses of the enterprise, the Hoard of Commissioners have been enabled to make preparations on a magnificent scale, and having erected colossal structures, which, in addition to the permanent ones used for many years for a like purpose, gives to the affair better facilities than ever enjoyed by nn exposition in the country. of 11 States ininiedi-aitelThe surrounding Ohio, from all of which separate displays will be sent, and the reinforcement of the General Government, which promises an exhibit of rare value, places the Cincinnati Centennial Fxposition on a national plane, and will attract attention from all over the world. The States ollicially interested in the enterprise are Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky Tennessee, Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin, lVnnsylvania, West Virginia ind Kansas. A commission from each of the above, with the Governor at the head, have been organized for months past, and have been laboring assiduously in the direction of getting up exhibits of the products of their respective commonwealths, and their work has been crowned with gratifying results. The aggregate exhibiting space of the new structure reaches nearly 1,000,000 square feet; this exclusive of the grand auditorium of Music Hall, which has Jieen reserved for the production (on the largest stage in the world) of theatrical, operatic and spectacular attractions, that will continue every afternoon ami evening for 100 days and nitihts. Machinery Hall, Pioneer Hall, the Ait Department, Horticultural Hall, the Kindergarten, tho Womon'rf Department and the numberless other objects of inteicst .are boiiig peifected on a scale of magnificence, and the visitor to this coloal affair will be delighted at its immensity .and general interest. y til October 27th. This Why Times Are Good. "How arc time in tliN lu'ijrhborliooil'.'" asked a tnivoltr of n native of AntltTrion county, KentiK-ky"Fii-i- t rate." "Farmers are in j:oo1 condition, I suppose." "Don't know that they air." "Momy plentiful, then, I presume." "Xo, kain't say tli.it it i.t.' ' "And yet you riy that times are . good?" "That's whut I 'lowed." "When the faiMidM are not in good condition." "Yep." "And when motiev is not plentiful." "Ah, hah." "Well at that rate I don't see how you can regard times as good." "I do, f.ir thar have been six st irted in this county in four A rkatisuw traveler. months."still-hous- s ) The ferociou-- . stallion known as the "man eater" has been killed in Custer county. The animal left a record of live men killed in four years, the last one being its owner, IVter Moran. Mr. Montn resisted all the denund.-- of the neighbors tor years to kill the bloodthirsty beast and linally fell a viitiin to his deadly teeth ami hoot's ten davniim. The infu lati'd pl'OllR' UruilllltlV the iniiaal with r.ht.tj:uiis.-Oiii:- ilin Ilenilil. 1 L been cached at .Milan, where cnmuit on pr.iL'ticeil anil where a nobleman of the city iliirin;; the recent frot strewed the ashes of his first wife on the pavement in front of his door to enable his second wife to reach her carriage without s lilt "" ilUltlU-S.-l-Ilt-e 1 Ot pt)llt(.'lUSS llllS ' slip-pin- s. ' BHE "WAIjKS IN BEAUTY. nritoK. film wnlkfl In licattty, liko tho nlKlit Of rloutlk-tidimes niut 8tarr' tikli?;; And nil tbnt 'it t of ilarfc nutl bright Meets In lier nieet nntl lirr eye, Ihus incllowftt to tliut toutlur light BY IX)UD lu-s- Yi'liich Heaven to gaudy day deulci. KifMWiMiiaf One Blind 0 tUo more, otio ray tlio Iimi graco IInl lialf luiriaL-e- d tUo uauir-lcrWilch wnves In every raven tress, Or eof tly Hslitciis o'er licv faco WTiPi-tliotiBUtrt hcrcnely sweet rxprc-Uowpure, how dear tUclrilweUltis-iilaco- . s." f; I Farm and Garden eoi respondent writes: "I uish all knew the value of sunllower seed, it is not only one of the be.--t remedies for the heaves, but a horse that has recently I'oumlc.vil nn be entirely curedbygiviiighalf upint twice a day for a while in his feed. I took an otherwise valuable young horse last fall, which va so still' that you could hardly get it out of its .stall, ami in two weeks you would not know that Muythiug was the matter with it, and it lias been all right ever miicc." A hoi-seme- And on that check nnrt o'er that hrow rk eofi, so cnlru, yet ploueenf. Tlie Kinlles that vi In, tlm tlnta tlint 'ov Hut If II of days In Kdiie-- sj'tV A mind at pcaeo with nil Iwluw, A heart v hoso lovo U luuuvenf. ' IS First Young Lady Fred is getting .positively spooney; he called me a llower just before I came up stairs. I.ival Uelle (with much hweetne.ssi You had been sitting against the wall for a long time, dear, but it was not nice of him to allude to it!" The, Gooscbone foretells the weather, but whw can tell when you will need .'.inter' chicken cholera cure? Keep a stock 011 hand, .vfoY there's no telling it. If it fails to cure when you your money will be refunded by Mellolc -- t orts & Stagg. will-Wee- The Great Storj-- of ' ou, THE RIVAL CLATMANTS. NOW KEADY IN TIIK NEW YORK LEDGER. y 4- - - jy I'tir s.ilo hy all N'owuJoalors, ih the sr.noti, wiih nn instirkiutf, or Jm to insure .1 ilsiug oil, sound and u right llambt Denniar iadar bay. with p enty ol st) e and action, ha. big tail and inane , stands in ear )! llu pring Asa ijear- bunds high, n d rnmbmed Jiorse he ha tin superior, if an e.n.i , in Kentucky having wan tirl nrue at nrou Fuir In the Stale In harne. iinder sudd e mid in model ring; and now iisn tuirutss hurt, a n sail. o u norssi, tl c horse, us a coiniiitiol tinu 5 lj.ri. J t C II II lie leve he li.inni a peer In Kentucky. liy K1115 Heiim.i'k. lit b) I Ham et Denmar I'M elegant Jerse) Hull ui't stand at tti .Stable Dtninri, he b) oil Star Denniar ,hliyJontthl season, at $3,0 ASH, at time of service, line Deninark, the 4. mi r r.ue horse he b) Imp fontn lledgeford with privilege of return if cow i not wild calf, by Cherokee. 4 dam Mistletoe, dam j Mi First dam by Chorister, he b) (.'onirul. Import- Simof Wal aie I1.M1111 ir a'lOve: K II Hl'KNSlDh. Susan by Tiger. j dam lllacl-eye' lit Scrojgln Icr' Daiiuiark. he b) the race hore, Dcuuiarl. ed d dam l) Jim llMwn,h'i) Gi 8 dam by Albert , Mouigouiec) b Duke of hi dim I" ome . id ') I'oui i a fine O'i and he by Sir Archie: third dam 7 dam by Algerine 4th datn b) Piritennd hi-- b Chance l.irch-er- , ser, jddiu by o d Drcnnon 8 dam by Grey Alfred hmJi a k w ith heas y muni and tail, u lllossom and he ly fifth dim by Kelitui 9 dam a marc purchased in virgin!, liy Capt. Geo. llrutin, Jtli dim hy high.ltii ii.itur udd t and win wairant huu Imp Itlossiim, 6tlt dam l Hurbridge for breeding, but whose pedigree i saddle breeder. M) fine jack, William Lvle. Mack with niealv Spedat now lost; believed to be by Atncricttt. Hamlet Dtnmars's dam by old Lexington, id noe, 14K hand high, sired by I.jlc 1 Imp Jack to dam by imp Monkey and nut of a splendid jennet, w'ill mike the season damti) Kmery V Walker's Waznir 11 dim by imp. Medle) I ot iVSS iitmv sliWc between the Dans We Ar StanIt Is needless lo say that for hurnets and saddle. t dam by Imp Shark and for aiiion, beauty, stye and e ej.incc a a ford and Danville A Ittittnnulte pikes, 13 dam by Imp Fearnaught breeder, ilrimlct hat no superior, and he transmits I Ins fine lack i by Giant, he by Imp Palertu , mire at AT SOTO INSURE A LIVING COLT. these quilules to hlsnlfspiliig Have alto a good Jack, that will Imp Mam 1st dam b Kobinsou't Sampson, he b As n token of my niipreaatinu of past favor, iiiotli, id Jim by Imp llettrand Siv Dollars, an same term as the horse. Javo t itt dam ! sjlve Marc parted with Inrfeits insurance and money and an iiidiuemenl (or fiitue assistance I Pasture for mare at Si 50 per month. No 4 Tippacanoe by Unm- b) I lll.u Hawk, id dim by3 eartnld, I G II KNGI.KMAN 5join premiums for the bed three to S TKVIS falls due. L17 foracudent hauls hitiahandomc Jack, be show 11I11 i3ij at the Daniltle Fair et to high, b' iik with meal nosej Will serve u Ity II M Johnson, Agent 14 Good pasture will he furnished at $i jo per l) persona and special attention wi be mouth I he abate stock will make the teatnn of iMl given mires to present airidetil, but il Ho the tu) farm tS lui'et from Hustons ille near ( arpe it rcspolislb e shou d all) 01 cur THE TlKPIN HOUSi:, ler'tvation, and will be permitted to serve by fi C T 'SANDlDt.K ,s insurante, Will make the present seasonal I. I Garner's, J WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, mile from Crab Orchard, on the Manlord pike, Hay stallion, foaled in i33j, 16 hands and weigh anil will serve mares at JACO ul f te fori ' k toll ami n far Jennet mo pound lie is of fine st)le andbvwell gaitcd, Messenger Stetsenger Chief, Jr was sired )'.) and r Second cousin to Maud s , Stock committed to nn care and breeding w, I by Abdailah Pilot First dam own Chief i8s to C'.en'I George 11. I'homas, tire of Stotl't rcieiteiuy personal attention Grass furmshe ' Thomas, record j 11 by Mambrino Messenger, d Money due when lact I ascertained or mare part at reatnabe to be pud for before reiuotal (om 1 1 list by oftloik No ratet, Krlctson Jr. I b) responsibi It) for anidcnU or ci dam by Mambrino Chief: 3d dam by Imp. Napo. ed with lllack Denmark is Membnno Chief, by Membrinn Pa)mster, dam caK- - Parting with sin. forfeits the Insutam. Description and Pedigree leon; 4th dam by Tempest; 3th dam bt liger;4th Ill sou tired 11 and hit iiimuin-ethe dam of Goliath 4 l yearsolil tni spring, jet macs., a dam by Darn.ibv't Diomede. 7th dam by Cannon J Sl'FF.I.i: CAKPKNIKK I y lirse,fine style and action, and a good breeder daughters arc the daiusuf iS in the Km, list Whip; Sthdimb) Shinp's Paragon tecotdoft I'.rncsonjr it half brulhcr to old Stoness-al- l Jackson, he by ad Mred by the Messenger Chief Jr. s dam by Vermont Jr; and told Is Kubett Hon tier a 'I iSlj ala dam by Imp. Scthian; 3d dam b) Haulier's Gray Miller's old Washington Denmark, he by the that age for io,t race horse, Denmark lllack Denmark' Kagle: 4th dam by Oiistolt' Iclegraph First dam b) Hodoc by eld Pilot, sire of Pilot Jr. dam by Crusader, grand dam b) llUckburn's b Oliver MesVermont Jr by Vermont, dim 01 ja 1101 jr sireu uain Stonew ill Jackson's dam by Abdailah, r.)i HARKAWAY.4-2875- . Maud Whip tain 1301111 senger Chief Sr pnxIiK ed the following See 1 10, Maud S ko3Vt. Nutwixsd 1 i!t, ana 11 Messenger a i6t, Abel a aV Manel a at; lleie her Jam by Medoc ldylharnei list Membnno Chief Will also stand my two fine Jack a 33!J. Manning III... K the 1 toWoodford Membnno siredllngnoli j a 30IJ, Robert II M a 30. Gus I J'(, liis,, lltnr) S 1 15. Messenger Girl J 30, IIAVt Kami a 3H, Katherine Ila I D GAIlNIill. Crab Orchard Fik Membnno Chief 1 11 JVs. Prune trial xt j teait of age on half mile tra k Pretty Uelle li, Smgely Messenger a 14. Membnno Star a aS, Membnno Pilot i ;, Nortli Messenger Chief Jr will make the season of ti igon J 14 a Mar Dark hat. ijl, hands hluh Ihe rtne-- hirs Lrictsoujr it a lid bknk, it hanJ high and the 'e. breeder and the highest hrid thorse I , AT SI 5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT.1 He - a lior.e that resom Kenturkt ottered to the puhllt at o low a pr weigh tat pound mends himself even if he hal no pedigree, hut ami on terms to liberal him Kesiug the blood that he doe should make SerHay stil ion, 15 hands and tin h high, w dl ma Wo one of the grainiest ttalliun iu KchiucW) $30 to a Living Colt. will be I A vires lllack stallion, 16 han J high, toaled In i334,ired the reason of iSJi at the stables of nleman Farris, !.ancastrr. K) , Al liy WILKIN-- . MICAWIIKK i.,. hv Almoin Prince $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, rirstdam bv Komulli performer mont Prince by Almont ire of Hisdainlledamor.Mollie Long, AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. If payment is deferred till after weaning time, s( of Itla.k Prisvce .J,U, KtHsf.lcs , jni. in the ,301.-- 1 JS will De added. Parting with or moving mare, tK.- diui ot Itlaik Jack, a 11. rrnril 1 it parted with Last )ear wa tenders monc) due. Will al mi stand lit) tmejavk, Thisit a tery st)lith colt, kind and gentle in .Ione) due if mare it to he agieathorse his first ca 11, 4 of hi rn t hate already none, Dam AI.I.P.Y, lllackniont promise harne and large Mr Kobert Collier ha, for the stud He hat sire, tt)le, bone and sub the) one and sa)s it It the best s.nll esir foaled nil Ins I'F.N DO. Trial j aoH, nad the dam of Albert ranre. t ttance Will male the season at '. All the fears all) one has eser had in reLAKS on the tame terms at Messenger Chief Jr place Wiltnn, $1 a above with $l ajtlcd Hoth horses will seasonal my farm on the More-an- d gard to Ins breeding ssat that his colts wnnll be Atnot on sA.iie ionditlon He it m. haJ iwid before weaning time s llM)VK'S IIAMIII.lt IONIAN , and Carpenter's Station turnpike, a miles small, the coll that have come prose to the con if Hellmoui, ntt high, black with meal) point and generil maketrarv llluemonl i b) A from IlustontilleGrand dam LADY GKIsWdl ) V. .Mambrino up Arttclat. S POWK.I.I. A'l. xander's Abdailah and Hell b of II.U'GHMAS ,3 i3,. Wrslgo-wi.h- ! Clnel, who is the tireof Nutwi.iu Trial lt wagtjn I'wo and b the and lluttuntillea half Imile, from lluttetisille Lincoln it), ukmg 1 jo,. Dick Moire 1 nd ihertt I urntuke KiaJ II) I'l.VINC. MOIU.AN 16 more in the J 30 1st Firtl dam b) Congtnv tytunly. I lioroughbred he out of by Imported 1, Wllklnt ticiitvlerssastiretlbt ItttdtV a Hay stallion. 15 hands 3 inches high foaled Oct. MiIIwi.h b) Imported Monarth ad dam Ohio bletontan, dam Lad) lliown, dun ot Pirkwi. Sired Kclipse )d dam h) Long Island lllack. Hawk i334. bred by II C Mock, Dantille. Kt Seelet' Vmernan Slir, grand dam r H.h f Maud Messenger by Messenger Chief, sire Mr lra nor handled Hluemoiit two months Nigger I artctr, son ot l.ince, son of America i6( First dam a fast natural pater, by Wing last season, he sat t in slnw he can trot a gid Kclin.e Mr I.euhrr' track America; id dam by Olistot t Telegraph paicr AND track in l ty fie trotti-WjlVint Micaw her died tirang and left but Ic eup-jikt- , recoru are, when then hie weekt in t n, the ast quarter in Young America by colts, but trmn hit great speed, rich breeding and Onstot s Ielegraph 35 seconds dam by Old Sweeper pacer limed by Mr Letcher. Me made a I magntmeni form, he gate abundant promise ul byShelton't Telegraph pacer) He aired the Phe ,pid race a I l.rvingtoil vodsidrring he was in no mott brill ant eareer, IkiiIi on the track and tn Ihi nominal Lucy Pope, record a 3SS nd 4 h being fourth J" ,,Major I'hoini Morton, ot New stud F.NGI I.MAN A rAUR! or, Il III breeiling on nam a siae is tery inucn iim JeMKIROPOLITAN. 137. wrote u that he refused lor Wilkint Mi. il-iLamaster K) rome Turner' a 15',. h,:,r Jlra being of paung "vn of K)d)k't llanibtetunua her ust a liort time helote his de ith an oiler A too numerous to men lineage; and many others and the ureal driver, I arl llnrr, Dam.JOKTn:, llu tion. The pacing blood hat helped to prod-iche hat alttav conidered tnal In the death a 10 and Nutwood ' MaudS. o8J; II) Ill.OOl) CIIIKI-- . 7i, Wilkint Mo awrber bretder tsstt lined the lo,t I ai8i lyt Sire of I'anuie Kobinson, oneollhettr) grcate.t o( all the great sons j . ' I will make the teatori at Prince Mettenger llainlilrtoiiian Metropolitan, by K) sd)k't llainbletnnian, dim llttdvk't llainhletonlan.svhosiredlioth sire ail t by Volunteer, grandaii Clara, ttam of damol II AltKAWAY ha, sired 40 t 30 performer ll)aiintn I letter an J Dictator, bv seelv' Ameritan Mar and hat sired loj sons who hate tired liter Cm J Thlt fine stallion will make the season of liv"! at Mttropolltan It acknowledged b) all to be one j 30 performer and hat tlrrd the damt of V ptr At my farm on the Somerset pike, two miles south my farm, J inilct trom Stanford, oil the Stanford of the bei, end b) mail) the tery be.t brtsl ttal-- I lonnert with tetordt ul t ,o and littler, proving of Stanford Hit full sitter, Kena Victoria, him the gre licit trotting horse progenitor thai h s Imii ever foaled and Danville pike, M) Jack. sold at the Mcl'crr.iii saleior S; 011 the highest Jetappeare.1 .VLI.Ih, the dam n ( Harkawat, price ever paid for a brood in are at puliln. sale it one ot hit three greatest daughtrrv 'Ihe ori'. AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. Two ft Ihe by Mrirupolittn, neither of which horse appro i hing ItssJ k's llambietnnas tingle sold at puMic tale for tirnducini; damt it American Star, the tire ' Vermont llamhtc-Ha- t were eter honked V'6 , Description and Pedigree jo S l.ad) 31$ gotten all right and i now ready rorert ice tonian I .1 black horse, loaled in IVJ, in handt i lllood at erasing b) Hlood'. Illatk Hawk: dam kiMisv llrowu. the damol Wilkint Miciwber Chief the will stand him at $12 50 for maret and for jennet. two white feel hehlnd, sired by William Mitt Duncan by Scott's. Highlander; grandam by the closest brreilliigot IIAHKAWY wul Ka ... anal)tl and vtc bate - ,sunronhden at 90U tor a jacs. loiunu Siu Witch, hv Itjsdyk's llamhlcto nl.in, 1st dam katic lllood Chief sired that be will produce snred and ctrrv dam b) I'lmoleoii we lit sure a lit ing colt in each instance. Grimes , by GUI' Vermont, jd dam HI. iik Swan. Aratu; ltd J ) t'annie Koblnsou t and patroni'ing him will realiie at inuih belirte Iro Woole) Jim profit by Helm's Yorkshire, by Imp Yorkshire, jd dam Chief IV", Htood's lllack Hawk sited toi dam S.HAUGHMAN, M the his jiruduic at iroin the produce of an) horse ir unirie, nv sir Little r.mil), Iiv wagncr, n 1 m and ,, Almont Jr ,li liu.f AIIIm. .t,i.l.l ... .l 1.. .....1 lanioro, rsj Archv, tth dam Umily Speed, bv Imp Letiathan, ol Von Arnim loS and j soaiid Protiene ail wortht the isjttl. grandamof Itelle HrasliMd embrace ol the bluett blood llreed sth dim by Packolct, 6th dam'tiv Greendruer, srasfn-i,r- jn 4 rn are intltetl to imii anj cvamine lor iir)aiiana miigoiu jrr thvmteitrt hv Marvland I'lutnix, sth ilam li) Man-- I iioin hi priKlu iart old 1888. 7th d imolh'dam ds Silkv, lit 1'osvel, Sue Kinilt, hamis mgn aim Kingo u ) 3 line ana are tvsy t)i the horte and ettract e Attention it called h nibal: sijii.ii etireme trie looowiBg peeii in llrurc'n'siud llcnik Vol i page jv) Ver make the ea nu of iMi tab e at Mnieand 01 Olskv, Ilk , Mar 10, 1SS7 mont ll.imbletonian i a tine, big horse, with the Station Kv two 1111 e it mi of llostoutiiie on north It trkawiit neter made wii.ii good bone, ami a urc breeder, m.l.l I. tinea title and the Hustiiiiti le A Danti e turnpike, t., l..r a itiitfi its hk lif until t..,, I. 1 attc-ulred bv"VIII!.un Wclili. the ire ot Prince Imperi I can trot in al, J ai'H, Jeremiah i ajS, AT $12.50 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, thctmtter llescrtrdtwumarests'htnOiJee'te'an . . v (II ill IVII.I MIIIMI'I " tltll j (ill) .fttl L'ltt tun iivlt. Vuilk nunss.l !. .h.T Chesnut stallion, io'-- hands hiirli, tired by the j lltki uamhelonl.in, private resold jj, 1st dam I , . ... ... t.. If .llll . !.. ...i..n..l ..11 nll.Alt ....... MlrM ,. rv kfl! (ouMi no. "Hi riiner itir 1,011. and b Imported 'lc ,i,,m 0ntodtn' Prune, a iriiirwiintit.,,,,..-.- (;reat Lowlander First dam Hratjlet JiyAngelu. Vnu nn V due Uu 4 llarkais.it or iraded, mone, wi ad uam nruneiir, uj i.uuiniiiii, ju (ton ot volto) ami ureoi aoinue irmier, to another around Olney I lriutec inor , v Truiirt!. 1 diin hv a min il Mauibriiiii. b linti Grass wilt be furlii.hesl at iidem-pelor month Care c thl(ri j,fH, , f.,M ou, ,,, llllrr, ,1 but ,.cncu, In. whote lite Lmrbn See tud boolv lor lurther pedigree McMiCUK'f'", Vermont I'tmi: .1 Kr.iudon uf the ureal win be iikin to prevent a., tt mare and got 1.1 o . .ho.i d anv iKmr I'or teterat )ear. be ran ttild in pa.ture and dcr, hi trf. ua. b Dalcmin, out of Lufru by !tydyk Jlaiuhlrtonun, the uramlet irr lUin. no s MGIIAM, Morelaul, Kt .M.I it jtn ered no uure. during the lime I sa. irslm' to . iiurwu llllU tVilli Wmdhound.he by the ever iJiniiii . . H t I trtatitt SIIIIi nitil It lie'i! til. ...... IlllUllk nililit (XXI Dalosman by Kini; Tom, the tu- ost tuccetslul tre ou,,,,rt., wm )aVe .1 line Uncle horse whether I Hould gu under or ila) on top of tho llvltk' ,., .,,,, ... 1,, mi ,11 .h Mji,l!m. KiiKlanit has ever produced; hi sons. Great lorn. 11 ,,, ,p lUlllminiUr, id d 1111 In IlieJiop'n Phaeton, were imported to the L ,. AJJres. Klii;Hanand W. A ltlSSKLI.,or lamoutat tiretol ttinnert S andmade themtelte lUmbfetonlan, td dam hv Imp Meuengcr. .,.. .. J II. KSGLI'MAN. .'.. 11. ......... Harkawat. the sire of Irish, V............ v.H..Tnn." ; Dat.tille, K) , ,, s,lll .... s viiiioiii, t.. 1 liinii'ili 11.1111. .iiik'mi, hi. ', nuiK . I I RLCOKI), - sV ir, .f 1. n nn.i lit.. .1 ranuii II ti fiiiioioii. i.mwi.k... "' minion Dalesman's dam by Pantaloon So , ,rl 1,...., . , .",, 1', ,i,,,hi,. .ire nl r onti.lnii a ,u,n b) 1""n,n1J- I ise Full I'.rotbrr e" V".'?"?,0", ''"" ,N;1" Hav stalli n n' htndt high, foaled 15-- ; by. I'our yarld ear-o' runt lliro i.anercasi, Twmi. ?ll;(;rav tatoon M.itthlcts, aire ol td 15 j I'rmci'p, jan, .in dsetinlttn j jo perf r tier while through his ' u.,111 of Climax', aji Gilt Vermont Is the .Ire of ' Hamlet, I'm, ihe sire ol A tlain ,. he trace to Orlando, Vv'ormtl- - . rfirdiauiier, Ihe onner j,n , ,, jij,ck Manu , 1 .. .1 Ladt Oa f V Pantliud t in, ad dam mdora, the dim ol Ov .1 ..... .1... v..l.n-- : ,,.1 ih , nn.i i imou-- . tier former s of Dexter, ILimolit .nj '"". .'A'W" J m. r a n, v" " moor 1! .t..od'imbv Imp .nun, to, the sire th dim b) :il7 Hi. lii.1 11 iikci horte .u,tand iiji iiiKk Consternation; illrTlT I'viiv ' I7H ,W a a.lK, Outlaw t JH- - Pearl a 30, Lady Davi jjiv Washington Gr) ; Jth dam M'gg) b) Imp llf.ltrltt-- j ,lij. i.aii) ajon, unu dam i.( AT $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. . und .ire of the Gcntlvman a and Id the sire Primetss. .VVv-d- 'ST I'liilThompsoii J iby, otiicr is 1111 returns 01 1 ! I V I rV.7l. IXSS Ksdk'.s ll.imbletmiiiin, bv Abdailah, tire of Miimkriiiu I9ll. sou of Muwbtino Chet tmd Kent mare, Wumlbim-Sir Valter J 17; 1st dam h) Chart daui of Wedu'enM all l'tr.l jddiiin One K)c. by HUImp Primrose, sister to bv Imb llcllfounder; dam of Manatui, Hay li ire ifi handt hl,h; by Ten Hroe. k, sire of GoliltHiilli Maid ami urate carier oy llamhletoiiian. ,d dam sllvvrttill, bv Imp trial id),, by Abdullah dam dam .r Fellowtilal K)dtk'a ll.imhlctiini in lit the asire ul 11 ; tjdilflm llUfk Itose, It, ot Darknttsi a 17 dam Planet; ii dam. Erolite, Kellow.ratt and "spend. pi thrift's dam, by Lexington , ad dam r loriite, .Idle Nettie J tSaitif, 17 other, with record ol and nr HermoMi, trial a aov: by Tom reamer; jd ilam I ur )ear M reiurd .. .1.1'. .I.m I..- - Imn illf.nene Go to the slllil lid ik nclter; :ilo ot the damn of Trinket j 14 35 b) Cannon's Whip. 41I1 dam bv ItobU Gru) . ' . . .. l.l. recoru. 01 - ... ... I...ll..r . ' I I I'... I -..1. n,l.... .1... . ,....1 ...... o. b) " winci. .sun Hamlet its', ihe sire of A V Panl'lntl foi extenueu pcuigree,anu nnu if utile, -- lN Downing';) lit IIHPa lllack Itawk, Volunteer si. lre of tl Julicn a 17 SKKMY r'lK DOLLAKS 1ML SI Vermont to rating calander and find the line hi tomes nl, llot.k full for its! rioont lllnwn- - uuil uthert X'oluntcer tj by HatnoUtitiiMUi 10 klroof Klli.ni Allen a '5'i both bv sire and dam illuminet it brightest pige dam ol Kniirina. 1 tb. and alto I'irst ilam Lady Patriot, dam ot Sentinel a tnV b) .u.ii..,,..iirlu.trinenn He combines ille tilooil Imf'kl it sire of the M amhritit Ilruce, the lire of Young Patriot. of Glcncoe, Lexington and Phaeton, the latter thro' sire of the d 1111 ot llelle Wilnoii a aSV, I en liroick and Lexington twice through hit tire; SPKCIAL NOTICH. Mill's lllack Hawk, 1 Sherin.in Morgan, dam Aerolite and fanny Hullon, the dam of Pen llroeik thislilghl) In offering: trotting mare Hill's lllack llutvk I the stallion lit the the sert Iices otassured tlut brd)oung and Gleni o, thrite in Klorlne, Pocahontas, ett If a those bit-inpublic tvel t : L.uitet a "!, the old adage," Hlood will tell," it good, thlsyniing tire of llelle of Saratov Mrlll uppmlstv him, not onlv lirtt-ilnures oung Ainerim Allen 1 15V., und h. rse will prove hi- - worth by getting progen) that Kthan n horse whose breeding u trotter hinuwll. but dams ol S, at front "at the finish" Me 1. greatly in a jj, und in the sire of the Tennewetj Hlutiche nil thou the (Full brother tu Maj'alica n and ranks him amongis the oremost in at a land. r. Tweed, he nar' tandf. rm like hit ire, the lamou I en llroeik Gen the founder ot )At, ure-i- lllack Hawk fumll) As the miblit wed inlormed. the bt hi son lo niilerefirdliasonlybeen beaten whose tLirted in seteral closely c. i.listiii rates, protlu?, hure, tn hand hirh Hied by Ko. He it that hat In the male and female line 400 ot yt or lunclusively ineuch ease thit lit it a garni, Drike't arlcr.a full brother I tier, Nets rk City I'oalcd In I"- well put up, t .ugly knit and hat the mu.clet and belter race horse let el rtjctinl a.j6,tlre of Majolua i Columbus (Darkle) 'a bs Old Coliimbiss of Lexington, irvl ed againstheadedM:i) den, Os.le At laitoRia he start Sturile, ).tar-ili- i Kirk 4s,, dam of M ij.,,, a n quarters of all the best descendent II and others, win I lrit dam Jcs.i Jack r mure an I will mak. the te.itou at It I LK.N I lOI.I.A Its Confident e i ti, dam a ning easily In three straight heatt; time, to, by Clark (Tiief .ire of Crntlo 1 10V (1 ! )ai arwuglit Old Coliiinbin a (S converted pacer, t in a5-iif; y Al Matsvllle. K, with l.iule lllrd i..iu) uism 01 i.iiue .1110 j joMana I hurl, t I r,e from C.ui.kIii, sire ol Confidence a as, Columbus a u competitor, w lilt was apparently dead hetit, 1 iijij, pa. ing by iiii. uuiker, sirot iiim filar and V11111 g Co Navigator 1 ,t, Hoamun-- a remirk.iblv fatt time of t ji r) "lis. a 11J,; id dam b) Pannh's I'd .1,4th dam Itmihtit a ,15 S ; and ulxi tre ot the dams of Hell was trotted In the stud service i limited In (' approve by Hr rn Pilot, tire of the damol Don it I a N.unuloi j o, I'm- Morrill a 17, Louise N. J ami ItonljiiU , t J(, jth dam hi Ctdet nn innres r t Her ritv. 1 V7i ouii'' I omnibus t tlie sire ol 11 tr.ind tliorouhbiudt DOl.l Hit t . Cire 01 3 JO l)r bitter performers, and he has tout tint Ilia k .ilt,f aled In iSSj; by Caliban insure mare in foal Limited to 13 ,,),,r tea "' .have sired a y or better performer Old Criliiin C I ClayaiS, Cyclone a l'4, Coaster J 6K m.it t. , founder of the Colitmbii. f null), which dam Alice O 'jy Pascard ijo, son of Almont, tire or Sired by Messenger Chid, iSij tannic Withsrspoon, a i05;addam Madam I inch, ,00,j w,i u the liatt what the Pilot, Jr , blood , .. .,i.in r 1. mm s.reir.o u recoru a .13:.. sntv- .....w ,n sviMitoi.t v. CLA-Y"IM,, A'.il a.j'.andl Sircol Maud Messenger llatioma44,andPiintoiu 4) "' Drennon.jd dar.i by l.)ttoti, .icof, by .Mambrino others I'lrsldam Liulv Curr), Calilnn bv General lavlor ) Kite ) Muugie K a a" son ol Thornuatt 1 n , ad d.im lit record a.i3 P'llot, tire of Mannit a 17K Mambrino Gtfl Miiiiiurlnu Medley, son ot .Mambiln Chief, 11; jd by Catiius M Clay, Jr, tire of Harry dam Cassia, Hiy hors foiled April 16, 1SJ1 Sln-liy ( aV Durango t aj)l, Patcai byAltnoiil, Clay 3 33.-nThU young stallion will make the season at the dam by Norman buy stallion, 5', hands high, foaled ban j 11 tireof C) dune a Glens lew is a tiV, ; i,t dam S.pram, males sire of Pedimont a lj',(. dam Pearlie Leonird.by satin- place und will be limited to old record a iVst; beautiful In color and litud.onic in lormnnd dam of Lniineuce and full Clay, irc 01 urantinc aao; jo uam j Amcrican un. sister to Stem ay he shows true, well balanced gut ami record a aj'. atu John Cainjibell, son ot Wagner; d ilam fviikcu AT $15 TO INSURE, sec.l,inl.i,.il siued. hat iiur shown uujrters In .17 Suo jjj), by siiratiimorv, sire of Santa tlun son of American hcltpsc; Almont ney, by Jilingo, He ha J notrack work Inst J I7S, Jd dam Abbes ;d.imof.Sieinw.iy t ve.ir.old ondtwhen jvcarkold by Alexander's Abdailah, sire of tioldsmitn Maid, And tvltlKi'i training the Itt of June. You will it perfect and his hlood record by Albion 111; itt dam by Mambrino Chief, tire of dam of find on investigating1 the pedigree that he I one venr His disposition theatre of hlsdam, was by ity I air jjj, and Solo by Marsh N sire A an. l.jtlon, t'm ; 3d dam SKVKN il iv, son f Im. Director a 17, ad dam Kate by Pilot, Jr. sire of of the best bred voiin horse, south ot the Iliver lines mare, Dolly, ported of Hint Thorndale ulV,moii K ,l,m r Mm, I S. 1 nS.' '1 he analvsis.of tills tied)OI 1st dam lie has the blood of George Wilkes, American l.ARs the season, tsith the usual returns Igree show two crotsct of Mambrino Chief, two Clay und Mtsttiigt-- r to back him lor a speed pro- - (dun of Director a 17, and Onward brother tu blood to the jrrcal by llrown Chief Pilot, Jr.two of Henry Clay and oneofMam-blctonian- ; of Clark Chief built upon a pacing and thoroughbred ducer Pedigree -- Kertliv Wilke'a sva sired bv I.yle Glentiew-wilstand at Jjo the Insurance, money 1'hit cot will serve mares at HIfoundation Wilkes )6jo, sire ot Mattie Wilkes a 10, 1st dam due when the f.utl iitcerUiined or Ihe mare parted TKKN DOLLAHS to insure hv id Ill.iu Jtli:i. lull slater to Maud Wil with Hand high. Ilred by niynorse, ( M liams a 6, id dam Tina t Mambrino "ranA son, .oiit.v e Ky Foiled J. Mat mi sire nl the dam of Metscnu'er Chlel, who sind I83.J hired by lu) Icr, tire of Klvir.i, I i CJU Mf I , L Maud Messenger, 104, I cTun bt IJowning's Hat 4 year-o- l if V$Vfn record tjij; of I,!.,, Moss Hose (ovsii r t . alii LI. ikiV IV J Meste nt;er, till dam by Young VJilaM I riiieept r.nkvt . 14 and 10 other if , j, .ire cth dam bv Hunt's Commodore A liar hay horse ijti handt high, i. a sp'endid Win. M. Kite's or better)!.) Woodford Mambrino.1 I.yle Wlkes 4650 son of George Wilkes; 1st Will make theiiresent season atu Ilvinj,' colt or sire ol combined ttaition, will he permitted to terve mares U dam io Abboistord -Training Stibfe.it $jo to Insure Primrose dam of dam Lou Coons, bj Americ.ui Clay, ad dam 1.I1 nl time of eri lee at $10 to Inture Irincept sireof Trinket i 14 by Alexander's Ah by Mambrino Chlct, ,td d.uii Mrs Caudle, llu. i...nn We will alto ttand the noted jack, or Dels years old. i6handt high, aa beHittiful mod- oanan tire ... Guliltmith .Mniil 11 ; tj ,am ul ad Hiawatha b). Hiawatha, son (dam of Krtcsoii Ko v,,,, bay, with hue mane and tall, perfect of Imp Albion, dam Duthcr's Maid h) Mambrino ,...,,,c,i .7; anil rsatlte Amen el and perfect saddle hurse ,1on,,.ri;e,lnc,i t'1' dl"1 byCatuion'i u"n J L Messenger Downlng's Day Messenger by Mas Sired by llubble's Denmark, known a On Time. ,,,!l.p; V,n Jam " Kobl "ray TW lN TV VI 'V. Downing' Daj ntucrt, dam bv Imp .Messenger Taking size, ttyle and breeding Slessenger Is the sire of Lady Martin JJ.. 'im First dam Mollie Mounts, b) Cabhc'a Lexington; DOLLAKS to insure a mare in foal At fio to Insure. Mare kept on gr.ut at $j per month at ownert' Porter a aS), Mumbruio Metscnuer, sire of (ten ad dam by Young: America, he by Taylor's Mes- risk, into contlderation, we ihinit tht the cheapest toc which Hore standing by the Inturatice, laoimy Ocoruc II. 'I hotua, who sired Scott Thomas 1 ji, senger; ,d dam by Miller's Denmark, slock Kite ever ofTered. in the due if the nuire it parted with. If uny niartbied him a double cross uf the best ddle Maret kept 011 gratu at $a per month, No retpon-- ' and Liidy K. J ig'ith dam by John lllunt. otic of the best nice toeither of thev; horses world; rebred to another tibi ity. For further particulars callonoraddrett, IIIOS.C. KOIIINSON, the money will he due Hooks are now open horse horses in the world; 5th dam by Waxy. S. Il.or J. M. DAUGMMAN, and rapid nlltn W..M. DC'K, Danville, Ky.- Stanford, Ky. G. & c. P. CKCIL, Stanford, Ky. tj jiulKnotil.uk .'muni onad. I In Lincoln eao atji' rr tj, GJXDEROY, V ' )tr - TOM ROI5INSON, it 1111 1 lied-ford- WILLIAM LYLE. thjp-hnrsi- .h 1 JACQ ttu 1 t't MESSENGER CHIEF, .III sis-te- BLACK DENMARK! $10 to Insure Living Colt, ,o s Jy Nul-woo- Krin . L, four-mil- e 111 j!,, j,, BLTJEMOITT. -, 1 - ' Insure ! - an-tin- e PE ACOCK, JR., al t- - 1 - PRINCE MESSENGER. JK u, tl ! 1 1 "BHYAlf, (3480, :R.(.lW0(,D d i lJ 1 - 111 I t5.i. .at $10 to Insure a JLivinjj Colt VermontHambletonian ' ' j PROCTOR KITOTT, - atr )),. I ..... I STALLIONS FOR J imp. laOJsrxioisr, ; IU-si- "'. -- i' 1 hre N ... I I 1 , t,Mi-.i;,t- '".. "" 1 ' .11- 11 thi-ir- . ', ti .. -- GRANfBY, 2489. 1 i 11s- - 1 '"' .,, ' 1 ...... " 11 .,,....''.... '"'w 1 at r ' , CECII.IAN PARK. COITCRSaAlT 1 i, itra-tuck- 1 tt, ;:.r,. LL10S it . .Miilm-uso- ' Jd GflMBETTH WILKES. a- ""i nl, Gbtr J g 1 MAMJjRINO a 8TAKTLE, 1 V ' ' 111 t .1 Corn-reta- relbi-ble- j H. MeaM-nge- 4MM 6WQlB, aj, aj. l ,,, , 11 ao, 11 -, 1 t. GLENVraW CHIEF 1 urn C. KENNY WILKES. twi-nt- F. car-ol- - 11 j;, - ' tirst-chii- s ,KI 4s Jit.) l UGHTHEART, 1 GROYER OLEYELAND. 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