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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888060101 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. 0 Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVI. DECORATION DAY. Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, JUME, i. 1888. CRAB ORDHARD. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Pleuro-Pneumonl- NO. 32, r Not C. A. BENEDICT & CO., l.KK J ITtIlflTMV', Dr. Steele Bailey, health olllcer, makes SUROKON DKNIIST, to the Tributes Alcorn and Bradley-Pto Hiiivi' at the fllt.l Anlin, who jrot Midi n ImihIi-I'r.- il this report to Judge Thos. W. Vamon, Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, KkNTI'OKV, bTANfORD, Federal Dead. Oirlini.l frolll jnim.H KiltSt oll jrH, lTL.0tf jH which will he very gratifying, since the Office outli lde Main, twoiloor aboe Depot St, STVMORD, K niln -- Mim IMilli' Miiwl is takiii1.' Icioiih London, May IMHli. Tin tccou'riiii;. uiahor had caused great uneasiness ultU'li Ml lit'Vi' thin nun niiivf aiii-- i in oil p.iintiii;; from Mi. l.ur.i Ioouh. j ,v. p. Coiley brought to town n fork- - among the stock raisers and others interWell, drilled to ordtr ami J'unipi f urn Mini at t In tin liri'iiotn y factory prices. to llllt'llillL" ('llllliuil'k llllVl'lllHlL'llt i.,t l.rinr ilmi 1111m.mr.wl nlintin,. I.ntli ested: niiinv ii nhI t of tln KiMlcml HoliHtTM of lturi'l county, y. A. (,atonV ftock of yroa-ricx- . jm)JS) ;s This morning Dr. Haggard, State t regular cu.lomcr. , for . Th(. Vtn, (jn.mtl Spiin-- s Coit.p.iiiy A. B.f A.IM. I uill delucr Mciml) every morningin Stanford and A. who lin.l loukiil ini.ati.-ntlThe illustration of tho Kitts-Anj?l- in made a clone physical exami- H. far H n,vv, lortunntc in wnirini: tin mm- - jKht at Orlando, thin ! lug of (Iccoratioii tlay, w itlt tlii'in by county, by the l'o- - nation of the herd of cattle belonging to Analytical Chemist, p. jj, K.Unistoti iih clerk for! ee Oiuuttc. wuh i iimim. ttii" moHt importiiiit iuy 01 uu jeni, w xi,rHf Account riu.t be pud at lhei.loe of each month Kd Carter and which were supposed to - KENTUCKY. or when customer quit though the- rain of tlu nltfht bofort' had -.IiNm - ii -soii. R. K. HARROW. William Fry, who whs jailed on the have rj and he desires LANCASTER, made- - the road fearful ami which Mi. and Mr. Cuiti trover have charge of having robbed William Hiatt, me to report to you that the investiga Make a pecialtj' of coil, mineral water and mineral anal) ii Analytical worU of any kind Send of gone to houM'keeinir. They are veiy gave bond of $.'!00 fell till I o'clock, nlwnit Monday and wuh re- tion reveal, in his opinion, nothing for a circular IJ of the It. II. Soillo co.ily domiciled in Mr. It. ti. (rover' leased. 150 iiiimiiUm-the which would lead to the suspicion that l'oM, No. .VJ, braved both rain and mud botiM' on Main treet. The kcIiooI census report of thi the cattle have now or ever had Pleuroand were premMit at the oxcrciwn, which Very much indeed did we enjoy county hIiown a total of IJ.ImI pupil of pneumonia in its acute or chronic state, 25 MT. VERNON, KY. began at 1 o'clock. At 2:'M the iloore of reading your busine1imiuuer'rt letter tlt! M.,00l age, only U of the number or any other infectious disease. Two mile South of Stanford nn Nc.il'k Creek. V, CItAIG Address me .it Carlisle, Ky were thrown open and deMriptixe of hi recent the court-houtrlf. loInjr oIortl. As he hadn't the opportunity to see i II net i mill maintainThit old and the Iirnlon Cornet Hand arranged loiind They weie well wiitten ami exceedingly Jailor Arnold the cells a those that have sickened and died, he ing it fine reputation. Charges reaionabte. Spe- HUB rNN fRANK V IIKRnIRT, D. D J. the main entrance, began playing "Itally interesting. ft. evening wince and found a good i.- - withholds an opinion as to the cause of cial attention to the trailing public. & Around the Flag." The circuit coint-roo.M. I NKWCOMII, Prop, Mr. Arch Ciirnon'n gn.y lionse, "Old ,.,) tM0 heavy beer bottle con- - their death, but believes the trouble was Mt Vernon, Ky. l which w iih to be uK'il for hpeak-hil- t, (.'harlc, H dead. AH of the drummer eealed in the bed. of spontaneous origin, without a disposi AFJUi.- - M. J) wan mooii tilled, about a third of the who have visited our town lor a number Mi. J. (!. Carter, who lately return- tion to spread. The cattle, seemingly, W. WETCALr. J. S HAS. A large I'. S (lag of year weie well nciuainted with him f crowd being ladle. on Lancaster St., oppo LllfTili- ed from Cincinnati, where she had been are very well. All work guaranteed to give en site adorned the nHiikerH' ulaiid, which had and will regret to le.un that he it no under treatment for cancer, is no better METOALF & HAYS, This news is of prime importance in a tire satisfaction been artitically dreHed with black crepe more. and i sittleriiig a gieat deal. pecuniary sense to Lincoln county, and ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. R.s mahtin ISO. u rKRKIN and here and there a delicate piece of One of Mix. McAlNter' boarder, a Hrouhea D, K., M A.,iS37. letter from parties in Palo Pinto there is so much that is common to man llARHOURVII.KKandPINT.VILI.E.KV white ribbon. Kvery t in the Iioums Mr. Johnston, ha been itiite 111. Dr. county, Tex., who formerly lived in this and animal that any disease which Albright .t Martin beg Is inform their mans Will practice in any court in Katern Kentucky of the change in firm namt bring occupied, m ve a few lows which Carpenter, of Stanford, has been waiting county, repoi t great destruction from a rethe animal must have some bearing Examination of land titles made aipecialt) Any friends and Customer had been reserved near the Maud forthe on her. Mr. O. W. James to be cent cyclone. Wheat harvesting is going on the health of the human race, either ie tract of timber, coal and mineral land for MARTIN & PERKINS, ale. Information turoihed on an) point and cornieinberrt of the I'ost, the band played home better. Mies Hettie Harris l on and other crops doing well, outside of , til tf by direct inoculation, or through our respondence solicited. The new firm hope not only to sustain the repuit march and the old MiUHern witlr the again able to walk about the house. the track of the cyclone. food supply, the people should rejoice tation of the old, but intends to make many imenteied the . It. hatN and badge i The school at the College clo-e- tl last provement, in the manufacture of tobacco which -- Will Davis' dog "John" had a big at the sanitary condition of the bovine, EDWARD K. FOX, . .. will be to the interet of our cu. turners. We will i i M. :............ li...ii.i..li . mum, lKeejiiiiK bi.' i" mi iiii , tliijli riiiny on nccuuiii 01 me vers icm iiinis battle with a rattlesnake lout Saturday, llespcctfully submitted, our Natural special attention ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, desote of XentuiA)' best to leaf. Thanking Leal you brand wa an old war piece, and occupied the wm, j utteudance during the last and Hiiccccdcd in slaving hi snakeship. STKKI.K li.MI.Kl, M. I). forpast favor and asking for a continuation 01 leserxed seat, while Judge Vincent tj,rw Veek. I'rof. Duvall and the The dog was severely bitten, but sutlered Respectfully yours, wc remain UANVILLM, K.Y. sourirauc. Count v Health Olllcer. PKRKINS MARTIN Itoreing, who headed the march, stepped MishortThlxtoii made many frieiidswhile no injury further than a little dizziness Hamocd to hi i elegant new building oppotite stand and alter going thro' the here, all of whom very much regretted for an hour or two after the engageWAYNESBURG. into the the postorlice and better than eer prepared to accommodate the public with fine picture from tegular exercise of the Post, introduced t lit-i- r departure, but we hoK to have ment. tow n i.s out of a blacksmith. photograph to life izc. Satisfaction guaranteed. Our in a neat little speech our townsman, them with us again next fall. Dee White, a well-to-ddarkey liv- Any one wanting n pod job would do lCu-Alcorn, at the mention Kllen ing near Herea, was married Iat week to Judge Jaine W. of Illinois, Mrs. Mr. well to come this way. LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY, of w ine name an extended applause s.Munders and two daughters, of Wester-wa- s Mary Jett, a mulatto. Hy thi matrimoW.-H- . (looch, of McKinney, was al-- . ville, Ohio, and Mr. Will James, of kept up. Judge Alcorn' speech, nial contract the black Jett is transform- here a few days since, lokin FURMSUER, for the THE only IS minute In length, was a Muri, are visiting Mr. (i. V. James' fain-mo- ed into Jett-- ; White. They will go to 'nijjjjur" THE LARGE3T AND FINEST that broke into his silversmith 513 4th St., Louisville. excellent one and from the fre-- 1 ily. Mr. . W. Cotton, of Middleburg, housekeeping upon the .splendid farm of shop last December and stole two watch HOTEL IN THE CITY. rpient clapping of hands and stauiiingof ,is in town Sunday. Mis I.illielVttus, the colored White. es and some chains, and a lot of horse The fashion of the diy In the Gents' Furnish, being ( .Nmerct, is isiting Mts.e Ida and will always be found in my store. I am feet it w a plainly wen that it was J. K. Vowels went to Pineville Mon- blankets from James W. Givens. The agent tor the tndianapjti Sieini Laundry, the RATES well accepted and greatly enjoyed. Al Maud l'ettu. Mr. Kliai Singleton, of day to look up a place to open a furniS2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDhad got wind of what awaited best Laundry in the world. though a Confederate soldier In an as ltristol, Tenn., is the guet of Mrs. Clara ture store. Hon. Sam Ward was here darkie ING to rooms: him and had left for other parts the day MMiiblage of Federals, Mr, Alcorn seem- - singleton. Mr. Fannie Kdmiston and Monday. J. W. Hrown and F. L. Thomp- before. tnanyfof them .Mjs cd perfectly at home ami Kdmiston have been visiting son will be at the S't. I.ouis convention I Kain is badly needed in this viciniTURKISH A-- RUSSIAN BATHS IN HOTEL, tthook him by the hand when all Logan, near Manford. Mr. and to howl for Cleveland. It. G. William, ty. Wheat ciops not so badly injured as - .Mr. Joe Cotley, of D.imillc, were the over. Mr. W. O. llradlcy was next now traveling for a Cincinnati house, is first thought to be after the frost. StrawI has e purchased the lumber yard of Messrs. of an guest of Mr. W. It. Dillion, Mr. I'e George I). Wearen and I M Mruce and will open troducHl arid for three-ipiartivery, $esi and Sale Stable, with us for a few day. berries are all the rajre now. The pros- a big jard at the one purchased of Mr. Weareu hour held the audience. His speech was stnlilu is visiting relatives in liar- The house of Met Spoonamore, near pects for blackberries is very promising llesides lumber in roukrh and dressed. I will carrsa lirge line of window sashes, dojr.anJ shingles, highly complimented ami vociferous rodsburg. Mr. J. W. Itrook i in town. Hound Stone postollice, was burned Sat at present. Shipping berries has of late laths, posts and the picket fence formerly sold by , r beer greeted hi every sentence in Mrs. J.ti. Livingston ha leen visiting urday night. She fa the woman who was Mr. Wearen. SG IIOCKKR years become one of our principal comwhich he referred to the "brae men ' friend in Stanford. brutally whipped sometime ago. Her modities. The shippers of blackberries f. KKID, s O IIOLkKK.SKC A C SINK, SI HT who had fought for their right and who moral standing is not the best in the front this point last year did a good busiHUBBLE. STANFORD had done honor to their country." He world, but thoe who did the whipping ness and brought in quite a good sum of ery patheticand at one time brought wii will soil ?1(H) were but little better and those who tired hard cash. Kichard Alexander MILL C0MMSYl tears to M'veral of the old warrior. Af-- t worth of strawberries irom acre this the house are worse. The matter fa beYV. A. Heiuleu, of liucyrus, 0., was W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Manufwturcrsot 'T Mr. Hradley' speech Judge lkneing eason. ing investigated. here this week looking for land with a Flooring, Weatherboardtno;, Colling;, LONDON, K , aunouucLsl that on account of the rain, ltob bmw bought some cow here at George Hiatt, a little neview of buying. IT. D. Williams, secreljumDer, Mouiainga, Saab, Good turnouts and saddle horses always for hire rinisnin? which was then falling in torrents, the ?J. ID per hundred. The propoct for gro, entered Walk Ping's house Monday of the Oxley Stave V.tn. Hfl.Rh.rionrf n.nrl Rllnils n1nrnru onr easonable terms London is the most conven- grave would not be decouited, but that wheat is much better than it was and during the absence of the family and tary and treasurer le nt point on the railroad to retch places in the In stock Co., of Cincinnati, was down to see L. 10 in he mountain section of the State which had llowera and evergn-ens- , Tobacco opened a trjink and took t herefrom ?L'.")0. will be about j of a crop. ll. Hooch, of this place, who is general 1888. 1871. I .roparcd for the occasion, would be laid j,, t,js locality. lhintN Ufv ,,iL.Mtif Hescatteied the greenback promiscu- agent for the company and has been in The on the graves when the rain cea-e- d. iii1i,i,ii. tH ,lotwi fnr its n.M ....t,.r ously over the tloor and caried the silver their employ for the last eight years, but band then playcsl a funeral dirge, fi' for news, which i., alwa conect to u down town and distributed it among the has been confined at home on account of LONDON. KENTUCKY. f which Judge ltoreing made a speech Kttt'r. In shoit. we deal' in fact all the small boys. All but $ was recovered. bad health for several months. W. K. CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. thank to both the oiienkertt and the j uav mi, (,tf Hl. , ,ll)lt o( Twenty-si- x ,,c:l t years since Mr. Klisha Xiles and family have been on an ex- band and the county olllcials for the uo pit;H, (Wf ...j,,! imllini Witt, of lleiea, had a little boy, then two huvxl fl tended visit among their manv friends Thoroughly Renovatei ind Ref.irnihed. First, "Neaivr my Ood to of their conrt-ruoi,,.,,,1,11 i eonxentioii near yeaix old Circumstances separated the on Fishing Creek last week. class and Rfasonibli i' Djj and nielli bene-- 1 Thee" wuh then played and after thN pliuv ,iUt ,Mvll)l ,hl. fjow mt. rtwl). father and son ami they saw each other by Polite Porter-- ; of thi Popular J. K. Lynn, of Stanford, was in this Trains t ., wornw f Anmn old sol- di.tion the crowd dispeied-th- e f. ..vv . .. . noiuoie. List week a young man from locality last week trying to capture some House. . . i i i. in tiler Hitnosi inning on eacn oinerHiiecKM county, do detest eating vegetation j Kiiiinis appeared on the scene and prov of the tinny tribe. He had with him a when thog(K)ibbves were Mid. and so long a it i.s ed to he the long-los- t while it is so son. He is now good-lls- h seine and with the hell) of i:. C. W. N XV. KY LE ciistomarv for otu tiibe to piey upon Mopping under his fatbers roof, after an some of the best Ushers succeeded in A OIH'll.I'r pnetjr, I a liutclitr simp .it Row- - and in animals in other counties, we will do ofa ipiarter of a century. catching a Hue lot of b.iss and other lish. the Fcrrill .Store houstf lind am The Kirksville Commencement. Door, Sash, Itlinds, Frames, Casing, llase Mold to furnish Cornices, Stairs, Newels, In obedience tliereto tiiey likewise. nt mm Mr. Lynn also tried to seine in a few the pub ic with a kinds heretobirv tislij and op ing Mantles, Urackcts, Stirc Fronts, hhelsin. , l'o the hill tor, of the Interior Journal J I A Italusters, Verandas, -- Kev. Dr. John Hall, tor in their season i e continattacked our neighbor's dog, who made Kiiiksmi.i i:,May 'M. good mule colts, but failed to do so. Did ue runniiit, m wii?on de ueniu niH.it in m cits Counter, Houri.if, Sidmj, Shingles, Laths, lYesbjteiian chinch, New York, is worth turner in staiifiird and icunt- J Rouli and Drcssea Lumber. not oiler enough money. Parties wish-in- g in vour isiie of this week the following: his escape at a sacmliec ol his anecdote. hendfor price before bujiiu elsewhere. tf MK H.KIN lie has been seen in various settlements a million and preacher! to a congregation The annual Commencement Kereien to buy some Xo. l.mule colts would worth $iOO,000,tXK). Moody has the tlo well to visit of Klliott Institute will take place in the and is now nulling at large on the mail this town. Sam Sims Stanford female Qollcgs. list! The other dumb brutes have our largest income of any preacher in the Christian church at KiiLsville on Thursbought M. II. Floyd's buggy horse last world; the income of royalty on the s.Mtipathy lissome of them have gone, day , June 7th, beginning at 7 v. . week for Silo cash. (.! ecu Kstes sold a I'rof. Pjton hatiiiir resigned, the Trustees of fioin the same cause. We see' "(iospcl Hymns" exceeds $100,000 annu- TlM work of the art class will be on mad good plug horse for S100. Horse swap Stanford e College tn cmplo) a Prinknowing people's opinions as to ally, but he does not take a cent of it; ping is very common here, especially on cipal for the u 011 Mon-- 1 many exhibition in the same hou-Institution. Address at Stanford, ne turns it all over to the committee lay, Tuesdaj and Thuixluy, the lth,oth w hat thee "dog enter" tun to. N.me J M 11 KID. The latest seu.sition in hoi-sGF.O I) WKARF.N, Comtee Kiy to grass hoppers and some one thing which uses It for charitable, educational trading occurred here lastSaturdaveven- and 7th. J J W.ALCORN, we "llubbleites" and ovnngejical purposes. 'I lie exuielses will consist ofanaddress and some another, but ,R, ,0' tQW Vwo ,, , Woo,,s V by deo. ti. Itemot, of Simpsomillc, and speak f.om experience in thunder tones, ' remarked that he had a good work Thev-that at tlm, preserrt ,ice of e care Hot Wliai Uiey Uiru 10 nni silver our dollar of ...,...,.,.. is worth bnrM that be wished to 1111 entoitaininent font mine by the music class and .. a...... :... ttiev leave here, so uiey 0011 nun uuu only 70 centn, but here is a silver dollar in foal. Some of "the boys" about town primary class. Immediately after the close of the ex- another coineiition while they stay. STANFORD, KY., of 1MH which sold in Philadelphia for told him that Mr. George Clift had a good ert jsch the aid society will have in the ,ts mrmer owner sold it some young mare in foal to trade for a w.ork sNiU- 1'. Mi:. Vi.to., Sin While we hoise. The parties got together, the E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. lllago a straw hei ry supper. utw b kWvsJ truly thank ou for t'he article which ycaisago- forSl,ir,o.. All of which goes trade was made, pioperty changed hands Mii.ruN r.i.uorr. i '" oonats aie worm concerning '" l'""'voir have ah eadv published and everything all light. About this II tel still in untains I'hl old and ou- - than other dolliirs. Sections of Ohio and Indiana with- the supper held'on last Siturday niuht detcrmui. its high reputation, and it Proprietor time Circle Isaac Acton, a brother-in-laHousehold of Kuth if ,iRThen and a half that laid that of Uncle Hun, cam up and tiking a ed that it shall lie second to no country Hotel in in the past IS houn have been swept by by the la.liesan-ththe State in it Fre. Appsinl nsnt., or Attena storm, which has left initstiacks manv and the Odd Fellows, yet for the a half will call at these head-unio- n 100K ai tne supposed young male, uw tion to his Guests. Il.igi,'e uiisejed t and of many others who .were on that ,....,,, .,.,... M.,.nn.l m.l a h.ilf scrums results. Stark and I'ickaway . ........... ...... ...-that Hunyan had traded font horse from depot free nf hir- - spe 11 , mindu us you will do us agre.it will be used in wringing a neck and a Higmtturii irji ri'or and txpcr.cnccd counties, in this State, appear to have committee with instead of a. marc. When the old man tionsto CommcrLul Ir.ne'cr I u sorUl no knur mil. rit Koouls the Milleicd more seeiely than other locali- favor by adding their names. They ate half and in just an hour and a half the found out that he had been grandmoth-eie- d foremost in this pirtof tl'c Stite Hair cutting, Teli- shaWiuyind j' i ipooing done in th litest 'and ties. The general aggregate of the losses Klizabeth l'eyton, Mollie Whitley, . t .. meager proportions of the night editor ho at once took possession of his Ms speiial attention will inostlnsjtroscsl ktK t ..! I eyton, .leunie 1 ; ., ,uIf iu.lvie.rSt l)L n JMJllli, reported, however, will run far up into tha .lannan. l.iz.io beiM.nto idie-- . , aliliildrin first lior.se and iniule for home and has us Jr.ssl. J THOMPSON', Ky the thousands of dollars. The electrical ton, Uollie liieauiey ami i.narny .huiuu- - jOi0j,i, Gazette. Stanford, not been to town since. L . display was unusual, and the lesults in ton. l'lease oblige youii), Maria Hrown Fayette's taxable property ainounts Human and Avarilla Smith. home instances very damaging. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. - - to and it requires $7:1,150 to '1 life "ivas not spared and the animal crehe best s.ilseln the world lor cut, bruises, ' pay her expenses this year. To raise it sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fcertsrcs, tetter, chap-puBeing More Pleasant Tho Original Wins. ation fared worse. Ciminnati Kmpil-ler.'JtnC. V. Simmons, St. Louis, Prop'r Hands, tlilllit iln, corns and all skin erupTo tho taste, more accoptablo to tho a levy of i'. cents on the SUH) ami a M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine, Kst'd tions, and positively cures pile, or no pay rein Its poll tax of SI, has been ordered. iSvo, In the U. S. Court osriATS J. etomncli, and nioro truly bonoflcial li.Zeilln.l'rop'rA.Q.SImmons Livquired. It is gu ir.ntccd to ghe perfect satisfacThe (.loose bono foretell the weather-bu- t action, tho famous California liquid fruit er Kegulator.Est'dby Zeilini-isx- . cents per box. tion or nitfney refunded Price J who can tell when you will need M. A. S, L. M. has for 47 )ear rienews Her youtn. romody, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly gupor-ladin- g For salcby A. R. Penny, Stanford, K) cured Indighstion, IIiliousnxsi. Oanter's chicken choluia euro? Keep a s 1'eterson, CUy Co., Iowa Mrs. IJYSPIFSU.SICK llEADACUE,LO'. all othon. Try it. Ouo bottlo Sot'n Stomach, Etc. atockou hand, for there's no telling tells the following rcmirkable story, the truth of ALL THE LATEST SPRING STYLE HATS Worth Knowing. will provo its moriu. ucv. 1 11, tteams, t'astor .M. K. m It ic It is vouched for b If It falls toctue tne residents of the town: w hen you will need it. Church. Adams. Tenn.. Mr, W. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake City, KIa I am 7 j yeir. oli, hasebven troubled with kidney l'or Kilo bv A. H. ronny, Slanfonl. should Jthlok I ton,, have been dead but your money will be refunded by Mcllob- with a 1 In, n.nln. M A dm. complaint and lameness for many j ears; could not was taken with a severe Cold, attended -- t I have mons Liver Medicine. Consumption In Cough and running into erts it Stngg. R. B. dress myself without help Now I am free from lsJtR(jr?k sometimes hid to substitute Syrup of Flgi soreness and am able to do all my own its hrt stages. He tried many so called popular pain and .cuin s siuu suryour .sicai A tree that wascut dow n near "What SL'CCKSiOR TO cine, but it don't answer the Is Naturo'a own truo laxative. It is tho . sework, I owe my thank to Electric Hitters cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Was " I purpose." feet of lumber most Crwlly takon, and tbe most otTectlVO for havlnK renewed my youth and removed com reduced in rtesh, had dirliculty In breathing and com, W. T., yielded !,000 OPtXl vt. j. it. uraves, Editor mt Finally tried Dr. King's New M'MIOHAEL, to THE HATTER, which at S7.50 per thousand makes the romodv known to Olcanao tho System pletely all disease and pain. I ry a bottle, 50c and was unable for sleep. v.tfliit, Alempnis, lenn. says: Consumption and found immediate Discovery I received a nackaire of vour Liver Si,' at A. It, Penny's Ilrug Store, 611 4TH AVENUE, tree worth Medicine, and hasc used hallof It when Bilious or Costivo; to diipcl Head relief, and after using about a half doien bottles works like a charm. I want no Uabit-ua- l Sleepless nights made miserable by that terribio found himself wetland ha had no return of the aches, Colds, and Fovorsj to Cure better Liver Regulator and cer- LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. lhat llacktiiuCoui'licau be so ituckl)- cured tainly no more of Zellln'a mature. Tiles, etc. cough Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for )ou. disease. No other remedy can show so grand a Constipation, Indigestion, We cuaramce It. Mcllobcrt i.v v slnlnli's Cure. & Stagg reordof cures as Dr. King's New Discovery for .V Stazc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Mcltoberts Cured health anil sweet breath secured Consumption. Guaranteed to do juil what is Catarrh A discount of 10 per cent, will be given on all Djspcpsia and I. her Com- Will you iiilTer with Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. claimed for it. Trial bottle free at A. R, Penny's orders sent for Han with a copy of the shove by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 30 cents. Nashi cure plalntt Sluloti's Vitalier 11 guaranti-cDrug Store al Injector free. McRoberts & Stagg. mentioning paper. For H.ile by A. H. ronny, Stanford. j pm MiUobert .V Stags ay ij, In-ar- lut ICE, ICEt ICE n, tli.M-oiu-- EVANS, At One Cent Per Pound - Pleuro-Pneiunbni- a, 7-- " FOB. SALE. -- NEWCOMB well-kno- w HOTEL. House and Acres Land , Kin-ter- n t.i, ,i Fenny ce court-house ECsrbart, Sj-l- M-a- ts "-- . u, , o THE GALT HOUSE, j WOOD WALLACE, GESTS' Mis-thou- st j ne wars, i- , LUMBER 7AZID - I PLMISG Ik-c- j i JACKSON HOUSE. Lebanon Planing Mill. j ,,, ,. art-me- k. ,ti 307-t- NEW BUTCHER SHOP. 1 fraSffiffeKEsB 1 nb-en- ce Fifth-avenu- e - 1 j 1 du-ir- 1 j :,, .11 ti-.i- 1 BBBrsg well-kuo- e 1 "' ,! ,, . 1. nl THAT FIGHT I h. d j Hi Api-btit- GEOGHEGAFS, S'-'- it-- '.'1-i- &. aS. , Ik -- i tttri Iai -!' 1 L. ,- - c '? ) - I. S 1 . - r1' ts"' - V s i Jockey Hirnes rode four horses to The city of Owensbbro, on Saturday, Tiik political nrohibitionist'aassembled in national convention at Indianapolis by a vote of IHJ4 to ",' agreed to donate to victory at Lntoiiia Tuesday. LittlufMiss t' the same Wednesday and organized bv the elee- - the Vincennes, Oakland City and Owens Irene Dillion ran 7th in sum equal to '2 per cent. day. Connecti- boro tion of llev. II. C. Delano, Stanfohd, Ky., June 1, 18S8 cut, as temporary chairman.of On taking of therailroad ofaher propel ty. A. M. Fcland sold a few days ago to value Judge K. D. White, of New Orleans, Woodcock it Owens, of lloylu county, a the chair he was presented with a gavel made from the telegraph polo from was elected United States Senator by the bunch of lambs that averaged Dl! lb", at V. P. WALTON, legislature Monday, after (l cent, and it cues weighing 14'.' Ib. which lien. St. John was hung in efle-g- y Louisiana at Topeka, Kiw., when the latter gen- having been chosen by the democrat- - each at !IJ. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tom Wood, of lkiyle, sold at Wintleman made some facetious remarks on iccaucuo. He will succeed Senator Kus-tichester, this week, 'Ml head of l,(V0-lb- . the feelings of n man hung in that way. For Judge of the Court of Appeals Henry George was formerly read steers at $11!; 7 of 700 pounds at Sl'tl and The leaders affect to believe that the The t )'.t list of ,jo ijs, suit tblc for this ti no of yc ir. .i nl buy "party" will poll a half million votes out of the United Inbor party at N.cv '1 good yearlings, (M0 lb., at !IJ. J. ( S. PRYOR, JUDGE W. 181)2 will sweep the York by the LNld District of the party. Johnson sold at the same time 10 steer this year and in country like n cyclone. They base their He was charged with being a traitor and at $42..'H), weight l.tWO lbs. -- Democrat. them ofmcaml get the best: Kcports of numbers of cattle having belief on the steady growth of the cause with having made dealings with the as shown by the vote since 18711, when democracy. died fioin eating wet clover during the CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. Kngincers of the Tennessee Steel past months, a fanner says: only 5,M0 votes were cast. Neal Dow, "When A dki.i:mtiok of Georgia Prohibitionwho headed the ticket in 1880, received anil Iron Company, while survuylng in you (hid your stock swollen take a small California Pcachos, Cal. Dried Poaches, ists, with Samuel Small as chief, nrc 10,000 votes in lo States, but in 1884 15 Wisecountv. Vii.. were attacked by a bunch of oats or straw, wrap it tightly " for Indianapolis, where the thinl times that number were cast in 'M States body of men in the bush-.'Pears, Dried Peaches, and two oil with twine and fasten it in the animal's to convince it- for St. Joh'n. During the last two years thu party killed. Jiotli the settlers and party hopes " oy lying nrouiui tne iieau. me Apricots, inouin Turkish Prunes, Louisville Times. there have been elections in U0 States company claim the laud. self that it is alive. animal will chew the straw causing conOrated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, This reminds us of Sam's exjcrience the where there wiwa prohibition ticket and The Kentuckv division of the T. P. stant eructation, which will give relief in last time he attended n convention in the total vote cast was 287,000. Sliced Pineapple, Mince Moat, A. John W. Corley, President; a short time. the same city. He was then with the No nominations hail been made up to Capt. J. G. lk'rry, Vice President; TheoTobacco men in this county say that Lima Beans, Mackerel in Buckets, Atlanta Constitution which sent him adjournment Wednesday night. St. John dore Speiden, Secretary and Treasurer. not over of the acreage w ill be planted j Pie Peaches, Arriving at Junc- was made permanent chairman and Sam The National Convention will be held at as was anticipated. Some of them have Cod Fish, there as a reporter. tion City after frequent wrestlings with Small secretary. The prospect was that MinneatoIis June Corn, set out plants on the same ground three Hominy, his old enemy, the bottle, and having Fisk, of New Jersoy and Geo. V. Itain The engine of tho local freight on times, and the cut worms have cut the Tomatoes, Bulk Pickles, gotten considerably the worst of the en- would be the ticket. The question of the L. & N. exploded near Franklin, plants every time. Some have planted Oysters, counter, not being as strong in the cause woman sum-agBottle Pickles, seems to be the disturb- killing Kngineer Henry (Jiiinn and ter- corn and others watermelons in part of since his wife had notified all the bar- ing element, the Northern delegates ad- ribly scalding George Farley, brakenian, their grounds intended for tobacco. Salmon, Catsup, keepers in Atlanta not to sell him whis- vocating it and tho Southern opjvosing. and John Richardson, llrenian. A numIknirbon News. Sardines, Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. of legal punishment, he All but three States are represented in ber of cars were totally demolished. ky under pain WisiiiKsTKK CoritT. Chipped Beef, was so bewildered that he did not know the meeting. ' The Senate Committee on Military cattle on the market and at least half reCorned Beef, he had gotten on the wrong train till the Atfairs reported the bill to revive the mained unsold. The follywing sales Deviled Ham. conductor came around just liefore getTiik equivocal nature of James G. grade of General of the United States were made publicly: 112 head of god ting here. Small fumbled around in Hlaiuc made more people Iwlieve that Army, the object Iwing, of course, to . steers, $41. .V); 40 head of the maudlin way peculiar to an intox- he wanted the presidential nomination honor Gen. Sheridan and it was passed , cattle at $:K; 10 yearlings MY STOCK OF STJIPLE GROCERIES FULL. icated man and finally produced his after his Florence letter declining to be a with only seven votes in the negative. $10.70; n yearling heifers, SUM; 12 yearHe has once pass, when he was told that it was candidate, than before. A cablegram from St. Petersburg ling scrub steers, $12.!K); Shead of scrubs, good only going the other way. He got since reiterated his resolve with no bet says all Jews, excepting merchants con $0.4."; II scrub calves, $7.."!0; work oxen off here and came at once to this ollice, ter effect, until now ho has finally put nected with the leadingcommercial com- dull. J. W. Pace bought of Roger Highest Market Price 1'aid For hut his condition was such that we ad- an end to doubt of his intention by writ panies, have lieen ordered by the Gov- Jones "0 head of n. hogs at vised a nap, which he took and in a few ing to Whitelaw Heed that he will not ernment to quit Moscow within a fortHAMS, SIDES, SHOULDERS AND .JOWLS. hours he was "better" and entirely well accept the nomination if tendered him. night. Upwards of L',000 exiled Jews DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. after an invigorating drive with us to He says: "Assuming that the Presiden- passed through Cracow Monday en route I'ink Cottage and other point. He is a tial nomination could, by any possible to America. Wakefield it Lee bought this week very companionable fellow, and until chance, be ofTered to me, I could not acdelegation irniu Kentucky, includ from a Garrard county party a his train came that bight he talked in- cept it without leaving in the Ininds of ing Senator Heck, Gov. Knott and Hep- - old harness gelding for $1 15, cessantly and vciy i ntcrtainingly. thousands of these men the impression rescntativesLaruth ami .Mctrcary, called Mrs. A. J. Potts, of lA'xington, has "Things has changed since Pctsy died" that 1 had not been free from indirec- at the White House and invited the Im'cii the guest of Mrs. Frank Gilcher In Paper Boxes, somewhat. Sam's got to be a preacher tion, and, therefore, I could not accept President, in case he visited Cincinnati several days this week. Mr. Montrose and likewisu a jKjlitical prohibitionist, it at all." This ought to settle the oucs- - on the 4th of July next, to extend his Graham, formerly of this and Rockcastle but somehow that kind of fellows rarely tion, but it is likely that it will not. trip to lxaiisville. The President said counties, now of Vernon, Texas, is in amounts to much and their last end is There are too many led radicals, who that he would accept the invitation in town. frequently worst than the liit. swear by the man of the Mulligan letters cast' he was in that neighborhood. Tho admirers of Teira Cotta will be IIViMAN'S SWKI'T IMCKLl IN IU?LK. to give him up for smaller fish. glad to learn that he won a $1,100 nice at of the New York Sun, II r. Thf. editor CHURCH AFFAIRS. M. J.oms Wednesday, heating Damns, The Cincinnati Press Club will dedi Dana, who allows his likes and dislikes Kvangelist MunhaH's revival at Co- Little Minch, Wary and one or two othImpoto warp his political judgment, says in cate its permanent quarters in the car Prices Always Ke.it onable And Goods Satisfactory.-Tw- a an interview with a Cincinnati paper, sition building, June '.ah, with a recep- lumbus, Ohio, resulted in 1,000 additions ers. Time 2:101; distance a mile and a quarter. that if the republicans put up Chauncey tion and banquet. Our thanks are re- to the churches. The soldiers' graves were decorated The South District Association will J cpew for the presidency, he can beat turned for an invitation. J-- N J- . fore the thinl Sunday Wednesday by the (i. A. R. Col. Logan meet Thursday, lie any man the democrats can run with the NEWS CONDENSED. McKee was to have delivered the ad- MARK HARDIN, Clerk. in June, at Greensburg. of Gov. Hill. Since- Dana's exception Hro. Harm's' ode to the army worm dress, but as he did not return from A tumor was removed futile elfort to leat Cleveland in 1884 and his sillv "We believe that Grover from Mrs. Win. Skinner, at Findlay, O. may do, but the less he says nltout the Harrodwbuig in time, Gen. S. S. Fry was substituted for him. in this section the better. Cleveland is beaten," published every The restaurant privileges of the CinJohn Hugg, while plowing a fi w I will preach next Saturday night at day after the election until the otlicial cinnati Centennial Exposition sold for days ago on the kittle Held of Perryxille, Moreland, Sunday at 11 at Hustonville vote was given, no confidence whatever $18,tMX). is placed in his integrity nor his judgThe New York democracy will send and Sunday at 4 r. m. at McKiuuey. Jo.- unearthed a camp kettle containing about $4") in foreign silver coin, all of it ment in political affaire, and most of the one colored delegate to the St Louis con-- 1 Hallou. Elder Vanhook I.ce, an old and pop- of date running as far back as 1702. The other important matteis discussed in his vention. is paper have to be taken with a grain of The rebuilding of the workshops in ular minister of the Christian church, deiK'sit thought to have been made bv a soldier afterwards killedin battle. Mason-Fo- rd died at Cynthiana this week aged 88. salt. For all practical purposes the Sun the penitentiary was let to the Rev. Samuel McKee, having comThe Moody Tabernacle, Umisville, might as well shine out fully for the reCo., at $::!,!ttis. pleted his theological studies at Princepublicans. It does the democratic party 1)1 Hail fell, to the depth of four feet has been sold at auction to Junius Cald more harm than good by claiming to be near Des Moines, Iowa, Tuesday, caus- well, Jr., for $1,000 and will be taken ton, N. J., is at home for a short rest. For the next year he expects to engage e ing great destruction. a member of it. Fortunately its down at once. in missionary work in the mountain is so greatly on tho wane, however, Rev. Dr. J. M. Trimblu is the only An order dispensing with the servithat it does not amount to much any- ces of r,000 employes has been made on member of the Methodist General Con- counties of Kentucky. Rev. M. M. Alway. ference in New York, who attended the len, of Piincetou, Ky.,a graduate of Centhe Pennsylvania road. tre College four years ago, and a classGov. Knott hits been appointed by celebrated conference there in 184 f. Kkntucky will witness the hanging of The item from the liaptist Recorder mate of Mr. McKee at Princeton, N. J., It will the President one of tho board of visitors a white man for murder Havin secured the service ; of C. P. K3NT, a practical Watch He about a meeting to bo held here by has accepted a call from a chinch at bean unusual spectacle, the moro's the to the Naval Academy. maker with imny years' experience, all work done with neatness and Iloltzclaw was an er- simer, Michigan. The Senate increased the River and Revs. pity, when so many of them deserve -- Mr. W. H. Nichols the late Trib ror. Their meeting will be at Harbor bill from as passed death for cruel inuideis. Gov. Buckncr Sp?ctaclc3 and Eye Glas3ea to suit the of Kentucky, and dispatch, i'ttllv insured. line, lias a very old ma has declined to interfere in the case of by the House, to$21,:."S,7S0. made when there were only tlm-- coun- eye. The commencement exercises of the In Pennsylvania's anthracite coal James Ituchuiian, who is condemned to ties in the entile territoiy, Jefferson, die for the murder of James Uos, whom fields 10,000 persons are employed anil Haptist Theological Seminary at Louis Favelte mid Lincoln. Cousideiiug tin' ville occurred last night. Of the 12 he killed in a drunken lit, and he will .")2,(HX) in the bituminous beds. is of liliukey Morgan, condemned to be graduates only one, E. ti. Shou-- is from eaily date its publication, it welh swing at Campton, Wolfe county, toIt was piinted by the lleho-lypday. hung in the Ohio penitentiary last night, Kentucky. Printing Company, of Hotou. Rev. R. H. Mahouy is holding a lino ,.. .. i n..:....t, .. .i. bas gotten a reprieve for U0 da vs. ...: Ohio on the ninth side is put down as About 400 democrats have signified' meeting at his Newport church, which '.''.:... . Louisville . . brated the opening . an Indian territory, with no mention ! i, lOadditionsto . their intention to to St. i'.."southern man illustrated double Hum- - .. ,,, ,.?nuersou ,Lou, s inner has resulted iin in . . . i . k i last . report, Cincinnati. Danville and "Harrod" an ., . i t name me eiiureiii iiiiuuuuii uiuo. ber that would do credit to any ollice. uic Dan oi uio noted, the former as a town the latter s Crawford, in a tit of jealousy, and everything moves in thetitmost thouThe celebration was attended by a foil or station. On the upper rigl t his rival's head into mincemeat '"ony. sands of people, who were regaled with witli Tie those hand corner is the following: To the Stanford ii.mi.i,fu , '('..mi mii.ivi. m.fir .....j. ......... " fins M i' or Ku.vm kk, oratory ami victuals till they couldn't Excursion ticket will be put on all wrangling preachers' tails together and repose. It was a big day in the history Dniwn frou .','''' al observation, is in Louisacross a clothes Hue. railroads to watering places and throw 'em of the county ami right loyally did the moft refect to the Hon- other summer resorts at fares for the ville Times. Can't do it. One has skip scribed witirtne people commemorate it. ped to California and the other is not ornble Conrefs of the United states of round-hip- . itreimred to do the Kilkenny act alone, America and to his Excellency George A widow and her son were killed Gk.v. Siikhiimn is not going to die this Kid. Joseph Hallou is back from Wafhiugtou late Commander in Chief of time, as much as some of the people in Hilda daughter was fatally injuied by a Nicholas county, where ht held a "glo their army, lly their humble sonant, the Valley of the Virginia, which he gang of toughs, near Osceola, Ark. rious meeting." The number of addi- John Fitwni." wantonly devastated during the war, Lynching is threatened. ' Mr. D. T. Fackler, whose serious illIn Mason county Mary Hrooksquar-rele- d tions was 10, but ho had thoroughly would like to see him. Little Phil, the gleaned the field a year ago and it was a ness has been noted, died Wednesday with her husband, Henry Brooks, tighter, did his country some noble sersource of great joy to him to meet the night at 10 o'clock, of consumption of vices, but making a desert of a fertile and cut his throat with a butcher knife, converts of the former meeting strong the bowels. Deceased was a native of country was not one of them by a long causing death soon afterwards. ami steadfast in tnclaitli Alabama, but has been a icsident of DanAn explosion caused bv a boy light-shot. The Southern wing of the Presbyte ville nearly all tho time since his 10th rian church has solemnly doclared as an ;.o .i.i...w... i....,.,.1..W i,VV ....w mi,.--, .. vJ. .,.. '" a ,,mt(,h in " (,dlar ' wl,i,,h . Jl, was stored at Frederick, Mil., killed two unalterable tenet of its faith that Cod year, making his home with his uncle, at Augusta, Me., and stole some S his ;v,,um 9"1 of ".""j- a!Vl not 0,,t, "f Col. J. T. Fackler. He attended the and wounded over a hundred, private and business correspondence. pencils bil to a inonkev. All good Southern I'resbv- - preparatory department of Centre Col1 he -reimburse the depositors u.riims Inllst t inonkcving with If there were any letters among them of of the .Saving and Trust Co., the evolution heresy and bum their lege and afterwards the Danville Militatho Mulligan variety thu Plumed Knight for losses ry Academy. After leaving the latter Louisville Times. incurred by that institution, books on geology. will likely weep before the campaign is school he entered the University of has been favorably reported to the Sen- over because ho did not burn them be- ate. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ami graduated in due time from fore sailing the ocean blue. Tho first regular train on tho Louis- the law department. He jinicticed his A". C. Dunn J.N. Menefee bought of profession several years in Danville, but villo Southern carried 27 pay passengers ; , finding it uncongenial he euteied the Tiik nsunince companies have got en nml tho nm to Vcrd j,,,.. a Second Jewell colt for $12.". George D. Wearen bought of Ad newspaper business, connecting himself he best of their Kentucky patrons in the Jnnetlon) wns 1,na(,0 , witli the Danville Advocate. This conCatron a bay buggy in'are for 17.). last five years pretty handsomely. Ac- - jlourHi nection existed at the time of his death. to Green it James Martin sold cording to tho Insurance Henild they Lexington voted by a majoiity of 1.- He was a careful and painstaking writer of 213'poiiml and thoroughly revised everything he Covington, a have only paid $.",8"8,'..,;i., in fire losses in 003 to take S100,000 in stock of the I.ou- wrote before handing it to the printer. the .State in that time, while they have isville .Southern. The opposition fought hogs at o cents. Tom Johnson, of Cane Valley, has a Mr. Fackler had passed his filth year. 'manfully, but developed very little pocketed $9,:i78,G02 in premiums, The funeral will take place Friday cow that gives 14 gallons of milk a day. evening at 4 o'clock from the First Presstiengtl is spending a few days! Uov.Bu'CKNKii Columbia Henild. T)0 ICentu.ky Court of Appeals .Icbyterian church, of which he had long on his farm in Hart, the first since .u-Welding it Kropf are shipping daily been a Member. th.it u policy in tho Travelers' Acinauguration. If the old granger doesn't cident Insurance Company does not in refrigerator cars dressed lambs from GRAND JUBILEE "libra ting the Settlement of the Northwestern mind ho will not only loose all of the cover cases in which the insured .skilled this market to New York. They shipTerritory. ! I hayseed out of his hair, but forget how Paris Kentuckiaii. ped :00 yesterday. In personal encounter. to 'farm entirely. The classic Knglish Derby was run Col. Craddock, who knows everyTni'.Savings it Doings, of llnrtodhburg, thing, settles the question of Senator "Wednesday at l'psom Downs, and was To The Voters of Lincoln County: T. M. Cardwcll, editor, favored his Deck's prospective) marriage by saving won by tho favorite, tho Duku of Tlic Tax Iljoki are now ready (or 1888 mul friends hem with invitations to diun the lady is .Mrs. Henderson, a daughter tlu bay colt Ayreshire. Macbeth did amrpiiilylo rccriwi and lancii. Kvcryhody will )teH' come furard n.iy early. with it at the big celebration Wcdnen-day- . r. d.Skwi.Xnd, S. I. C not start. of Dr. Vandell, of Louisville. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal J Ji&L 'iir s. -- SIX FACES. en-rou- te s llr-2-U. e -- Four-hundred 1 200-poun- d 000-poun- d HLMYS 170-l- lljc-Su- i live-vei- ISTHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRYIT. i t w - cut-wor- XjEJLSE observe -. M'ROBERTSSTAGG A FTC JUL. Ayii(MnM;iiiT infu-enc- WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. to-da- .Kl-o- m '. $H),!0-",78."- , Shep-pardsvill- e. e, o GOFFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. 4i w. .!.. - njiii-inu- bar-chopp- . Joi-kxa- to-da- y i ...., , 1 WALL PAPBB and FTTRXTrrTTHE. i j """ - now-qui- , I Vii-giu- ia Cincinnati compi.ete:stock always on hand. B. K. WEAREN, a jqlyj&jb j j ',, Kin-br- y, car-loa- d 1 - GEITEIW 0 POSITION 110 fflltEf ixcsuiXir'AcsssjbSP TAXES TAXES , Port-laud- 's I I 30-- tr EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS. mmmm i . rrrmm DISPEAV. Pa ,,.-, . ---- - . Lmm I II l Jll.Mn.pM-- lj -1- -- fa.. ,'!., 7y"WWI I lBll .'t.tl'!"." vH . . ipmiimwkmi,,tm t. rMmWmimmfa ''. .x HiHilHiiiifciilM . an - m 1 7 TO ! . te V about. No In grieved expression swept over his faco. came curly, nnd his small gleamed you have a turn at being pulledllko It will cat up Ur.c'.o AmoV obrrk," this of you, Caroll You uri such a child a man." wry faces, sir, but do your duty tho ways of tho world, jou know bo tlttla "Writing again sho's always writing. with delight a ho saw his diamond blazlim Norrls added to himself, " hut I don't it, lie was in tho Almost before ho about buslnoin mutters, that I doubt if you wish you'd muKo hcrstop." bravely on tho littlo whlto hand ho coveted. ' midst of the fun and knew Mr. Ingot held I could llnd u bettor uso for it. If frolic. " It's my report for the doctor," said doors, have men her standing with that this poor rellow has sinned, he has suffe rod, would understand tho Itrportunco I attach "That's right. I thought you wouldn't and expresshw); or pain on her brown, ho would keeping In with Ingot. Tills I will say, Mrs, Crane, quietly. " Ho never seemed to be so foolish us to refuse It. When I msko aloof, lookingon superciliously,affair to Carol drawn 1 don't know why 1 should tnko such to I deeply mixed In Mr. Kverlelgh's notice me before. A good sign, sir crank-lu4- up my mind to have it thing I ing his distaste for tho whole left her In such too. buvo known th.it ho had not that he but I've Thero nu interest In him, nm ure, through."quito embarrassments, which 1 llnd harder to tillers Is," generuily get It by some hook or crook, and When ho got the chance. entire linim-unciih hu illumined. made up my mind to neo him "I don't like you to mix with such littlo " Mny I sec;"nskcd Norns, stretching It's it good while since I mudc up my mind was irotib' of her own, loo, gnawing at Into straighten than 1 utllrut anticipated. Iugot KverDo anyot us l.now why we aro led my Talk of Kiss me, beasts, pride beuutj. seo where Miss could in us much harm If ho wore to break out hi hand. It wus only his interest in j to get you, my little beauty thnt proud heart. ' I don't from othe is which go it comes In tome things " Have I been no untrue to mvself n to to make up und kept i.ril Mibstniieo of the with us now, but lu u few weeks more wo tho couihtiun of tho patient which led him' sweet, to soul the bond. V hut, so slry.l leigh's th." -- m I to uuk, but the w omaii di ow buck. now, but you shall to night ToI think of her gathering up such well, I'll not urgo rive in v heart Uhusked.rtnd- - woranthoughtl ktoryof life. If fate had thrown Ibis waif can afford to declare ourselves Independthought a rabblo' "I doubt if you'd muko out my hand-- ! pay mo for my patience soino day, nnd soon. could not come," with ashe saidofBergman unworthily ! I wl'l not believe It. I huvo In his way, NorrNdid not know it. but tho ent of hlni Hy the wuy, Carol, you were unpleaschange Nofri If there In baseness mid storv would Liu It Itself nut tolls eutiroty good enough to gl.o in" mi unconditional write," sho said, vbldly. " I'll read j'ou a Soon, do you hear, zny Caroll -- you fiilthiu in hi voice. " Did j'ou know bit." Ilerg-iitatoo quickly for tho weddi- ant surprise will din over them. 1 lmvo Ull tho MUUl). begin j'ourllxlng promise the other niht icjnrdlng tnuohorj.ho wa eceted, Carol!" " ' T n. m. Restless after tho night. ng-day. Say! shall we mako a big he" No." she answered, turning hot nnd cold ilonn right b.- putting tlmt nolo In his but I w'lltiodify that 'jy letting you Ilathed fucoiiud hnmlu, and ho took a nap.' splurge, or go ulieid and do up tho matter rilM-iV.- K XVI. I'll even bo do as you ple.i'O ubout him. hands." slowly to seo by turns, a sho lifted herej-e" ' b. - Wolto refreshed. Took medtciuo quietly like seni.iblo people I" friendly With him for j'our sake, If you ask Yet tho consciousness of doing right did TtlOrill.l. M)K I MIDI. Norri entering. Mow could sho meet Idm s;:W -- Asked for water. 0. and beof-tea- . "Oh, keep every thing quiet," urged not bring )caeo to Mis I'Aeiloigh's bicast. Cnrol's bright splrita c uno buck ns ho it ufter thin iitTuir with Ingot is ovor. Changed his position mill ho dozed ' Carol, shriiikmglj', only just beginning to with the promise sho had given her brother Until then, I shall hold j'ou to your woid, tirepaied hentelf for the evening' binding her! Mow could she bear Ingot's realize what sho had taken on herself. 8he was all leudynt last, with already given, und beg of youfuitherto uguin.' CllAI'TH: XV. '"10. A visitor; exciter him. Thedoo-to- r What would her friends say if tlio fact of a knot of blush roses In tho lace ut her uld mo by keeping Ingot complaisant. You ruunn ami vtr.ii.mr. ought to stop it. her engagement to this man wero noisod Carol' fair face wotv a uiot unusual cloud. thro.it, with gloves and fun and clouk laid con do it without committing yourself, or, "That'll do, I guess." abroad! What would they think! if he will huveaproi rise, I will co that it Bin wus troubled mid unhappy, nil on no- - reaily to her hand - exciting him I "Thank The light in which one or thoui would view " I d liojm Lymau will not Iw very late," is never enforced. You bollovo me when I I would bo j'ou. Ami rcalljcount of thnt Incomparable brother of her. sorry to do him any harm." it was to be made known to her sooner thau In the, she was thlii!,ing for tho llfth time, when htij that, do you not?" hymtin hud been m tlngiTangelj He gluuced at the patient, who was wutch-in- g she expected. Thero wus no wavering In tho ej'cs that first place he had culled her uway from tho sho heard lum conut in, accompanied by was oblivious for the a siiiibuitm, Tho bountiful dinner served to the thro Kvorlolgh's ut an hour's notice, Just when homo one whose disagreeable voice reached met hern now, though tbej were somber moment to what and going on. was Tho gas was lit, but turned to a cvory tiring was goin? npicmlldly, nnd tho up to her und chilled tho warm eugerneiis stid dark, und bore signs of the sleepless " He's changeable. What he don't notice was ovor. glow by the softening globes. moonllko iiuitr'hm.ikiiig plun wli'rh hor braiu had with which she was already IUIiir down. night through which he had pasned. one minuto hurts him tho next," Carol walked to a 'window, aud, lifting tht " Pretty us it plcler, I vow," was Ingot's Hisrtasons seemed vuguu und unsatisconcocted eoined In u fair way for ieali7- "Then I'll go, though I intended to wait tion, und that without any sufHeiont reason mlmirlngroiniueiit. "Them roses puts the factory to Carol She wished bo would ex- for tke doctor. 1 11 leave a message for him curtain, looked out. finishing touch, Jut u I thought they plain more fullj, but to urgo It might apThere was t holiday aspect to tho street lor his net Young couples I like the red, nil rose mjnelf, pear like a d'lUhtof hlui. hike uioit girls, below." Maloney wa even in this quiet corner Hut worse thun thut had happened, and would nowhere to bo seen passed arm in arm, with happiness In their Hut Mr he had been contented to let hyman do her cut drejs'r Itul thv day before III In, u she but thorn washy one seem to suit tho glrl whmi lie reached tho lower story, and tho nit reading and waiting for hytnan to eonio Is'st. If ou ui'e ready wo may us woll go. thinking for her, and In leturu ho had substitute ho had left on duty looked so looks; children trooped by laden with tilt mil of bin don, in tho hour between hi I don't behce in being fashionably late. I been inoro indulgent than brothers usually stupid thnt Norris turned back to leave his spoils of the day; vehicle dashed back and forth tilled with merry group. The house und for dinner, she heard go to get my mone 's worth rvery time." iro. If sbe was waking now to tho fact message with the nurse. Carol's iiiiiu-i'- il gliince sought her brother. Ihvt sho hud a miud of her owu, kho was fronts were brilliantly illuminated, and the tho door-bol- l iluf, and tho step of tho Shu had come out in the hall for u change lights shone out Into tho night with a cheer "Ijrmun, jou are going with, mo to- certainly not prepared j'ct to set hor judgservant go past to answer it. hyinan' door of ulr und relief to the motiotonj. Sho und brightness very pleasant to see. (iK'ikh1 tho next instant nights" ment bgalnst his nnd maintain tho issue. into chair, Huddeuly Carol half turned. "Sorry, my dear, but Mr. Kverlelgh bus , When Mr. Ingot cnino uguin, ho did not heaved a sigh us she dropped heels aou the "Who Is It I lioitl,.-"'Mr Hergman "Somebody is stopping here; I do to seo Miss Carol! Hhe is not at home not itsked mo to call around. Not to dlapoiiil meet with the rebuff she hud been prepared and proceeded to adjust her to the posiwiuilow'-sil- l without leferetico It Is Althea. Yes, that Is tho you, I asked Ingot here to act a your esto give Ho smiled to himself, u knowing f.t homo to Ann, now or in tho future. their driver. Mow cort, and I'll meet you nt tho theater sifter smile, but there was a trine of bitterness tion of the scanty skirts. Thero wus u pipo that tint, Sarah and shut thn door " in her hands which she began to till. Was queer, yet how good of her to come ' this my business is over " Kvory clearly opouen word ui plainly lu it. of ull IUST HKFOHK Itn KN'F.W IT nK WAS IN THE night of all night In the yeur.' " "Id rathor iintKOUtall," murmured Carol, to Nuirl iMiforo'hs door wn closed "Tho plun work, but I'll bo bunged If I this tho tuoilwl nurse, worthy gone. trust! I'll havo "Now thut young idiot is HtOl.lC. Dropping tho curtain, she ran Hit tho don't wish 1 could get her without ull this abruptly in hi face plainly uudlblo In tho with the teurs coming into her eyes. "Oh, nonceiuo, ufter I hae urraiiged It chicuiierj' 1 t e known that hyman Clrilder tho smoko I mn dying fur. Oh. tobacco, hall to meet her friend, hyman bit his lip assertion of hisrhiim wMch she was sure ho jWlor, also, where tho hutuicr started was u precious rascal, but tho worst piece soothing und jwtent, wliat will not meu do with uunoyanee, though an eager glow would Haunt In the other's face! to her feot, tingling nil over with Indignant ull " 'Now, do you know," put In Ingot, " I of ncoundrelii.m he ha been guilty of yet fortheef A pipe will transform a savage, burned in his eyes. Me had told Carol feeling. Norris passed them with a quiet bow, and ConSho mn to the window, nnJ Norris, look- - rather admire Miss" Carol s jfood sense. I'd Is Joining in with me to sell out thai conlld-lu- g und I'm fast approaching I that state. ngiiiu, nothing of an iuformal invitation to dine at approached Althea. found it, no Ugh ! und if go in there a to which ho had declined for tho Kverleigh's. Not that I need ipiuirel with creuturo ing up, mw her and lifted h' hat In it us soon siu lieio und listen to hor "1 wa so sorry to bo obliged todeclinoyour moment the ssh went up, admitting u bhift Kellogg, ii pi city young woman is better liiui for it. I'd have made It interesting for ho'U bo sine tocomo out of tho catMiup ho both of thoiu. It was queer that Althea dinner Invitation that I cauio away beforo -- how dropjiori into so obligingly." queer he alone should come thero of wintry nir, us Carol leum-impuliely than u tat old oneuuy da of tne year. I'm him If hehailii t, but it makes irlo deplo very tho1ovenlug was half over to make amends. ugreojlrie either way." "Iet mo supply jou, Mrs. Crane." could feol j'ct her errand was the fellow ull tho siuue." cut If am an awkward quantity, I cau easily Tlio frilled cap was pushed back, the dis- simple one. Thus driven, Carol decided to go, of I hud nothing to do "I'lenso beliete thnt go again." ordered hair stood up in short locks ubout preferable to j fihPTi:i: xvii. course. Any thing wa I shall be very was so unfortunate in my invitations," with that, Mr llcrgmuii. "I "I wish jou would," she answered him, MOtH I. M'lU-Ktho reddening face. Tho detected nuru she began to explain. " Kveu Norris an evening nloiie with Mr. Ingot. That glad to c j on If j ou can ever forgive honestly. "I went after Carol, hoping .'he deathlike stupor Into which the ssck made one wild effort to get back her gentleman understood her inotie, and 1 don't having previous engage- would come, but sho ha gone and engaged mo by know w hat ho means, bull then laughed sheepishly us she met ments, so I turned out at last and gathered though outwardly pleasant us ovor, ho was man hud fallen lasted for dujs. um uro be will lo sorry by Mini by." herself to that man. It Isn't her fault; her The doctor, whom Norns sout, looked tho eye of Norris. up a miscellaneous party which I flud myTho window went down nalu before he r.iging within. Ixittom of it, I know, but It i out of tho bag, there s no self scarcely able to m.uiago, and I ran brother at tho anil don't gi avr when ho saw him. This utter pros" She hate me like poison "If tho cut's could anwor u Uonl.ninl Carol fseeri about will not be pleasant for either of you now. to use holdlug it 0en for hor." trouble herself to hldo It. Ill havo to put, tration of mind und body left hiui nothing Vo look detlnutly Into the face of her brother, ttwaj" to beg you to come and help me enterI shall want to see Come again "I don't know, Uncle Amos. You de- tain thorn for an hour or two, Carol. Don't J'OU." who had entered in timo to overhcur tho on tho t tin in bsennv.s to bring hor to time. work on. Unless nature interposed with I'd rathor bo uhot. for I'm soft on the girl, her wonderful rovivifj ing lwwers.llfo would ceived me so finely I cun scarcely beliovo wait to usk questions. I'll tell you on the most of her i'cch Norris liwed -- he could not trust himself my sene now " whj. The gentlemen mJ.v follow If they to siKjak-a- uri "It I u shumo - shame! Ml Kverlelgh but thciv's no other way I'm getting my- w.ver out like a breath from the withdrew as quietly as ho A nice itetectivo you'll make if jou are like to make themselves useful; but I glvo came, leaving hj'inan, who wus out of sight will not caMlv forgive you for this, nor self into a humor to mnko short uorWof ennu'inted body which seemed already to I will have no drones in nt bear the stamp of the gre.il change that tukeu in by every sliani." the l)iislne.M. and Clulder hall belli me." fair warning that hall I." the moment, none tho wiser for his prescomes to ull sooner or later, j'ot which He kept upn riiuuiiig llreol eoiicrsMiniit " Do you mean thut you nrc on that kind tho hive It is not u full dress oc- ence on the scene. Nothing but (pilot stulnuss looked out of liuiisclf agreeable, might neeni it welcome release to such an of business here!" with u sudden light casion and you will all do very well as you Ljmnh'aejoH into the girl s Hushed, Indig-tinu- t with the ide.iof iiakiug Whatever trouble, of his own making, existence a his all through thu winntr breaking ovor him. "You don't think-jo- u aie," she added, with a mischievous smilo. wu closing around hyman Clrilder, ho had face. I like t'n Some such thought went through the ort of thing "Can't sav tlmt " It's very wise of jou, Miss Kverlelgh, to broken away from tho shadow of It for that can't think" Carol, huvo 1 oyer heen unkind to ou! Wh mu't they do doctor's iiuiiil, but Bergman had charged Do oil thin): I would ghe on one pang 1 myself." ho observed "Thnt crime cm bn buried in tho grave! take us In. 'for whatevor hyman might say, one night, 'lie proved uu iuvaluablo assistoh. no' I'll convince you of that by tho I certainly would object to having this ant to Miss KerloIgh, keeping her restless am sorry your wquuliitmieo th'olr jiowwowing In Knglish so every boily lum to spare no efforts toward the man's muld avoid ( young lady run away from me with that young nun ha grown until tho could uiiderstiiuil. like they do in tho rccovory, so he in turn laid his cliurge ou tune I am through." company engaged until tho hour for disI That's the style of Ihing the nurse step 1 have been foixtd to tsho liecanio 'Mikado,-noThen the older mini's acting gave way; I've got enough interest in her now to keep missing them in rived, when ho made a litI iwkon they would cull Clam " You ure quite sure j'ou understand your hegraseil the hand of the jounger a ho it sharp watch ou her proceedings." pro- tlo speech as he handed out the bag of sweets 1 havo iu. rouoiiH fur wishing tukof. me glud. The claimed Mr, Ingot, with a certain amount of which niiiilo every child-hear- t httu to keop hit ibtHiice; I would rathor ho l.oule a tine woman, but I know it girl that's htlMticssf" ho asked, a littlo sharply. aurlod, vuL'orly: "I'm not it profcs"iony, if that's what IiihI always Ix'en a Btraager to u. liavo a sight morts to my t.nto. Couldn't guesn got hiui, Nonis got him beyond a purpose lu makings the state of affairs old ladies had their donations of tea and to"I've you I" thioygh a doubt " you mean, doctor, but I've been daughter. you not faith enough in iny Jiidineut to bo who. could known to hi ctnploj-er'bacco, uud Julie Strong found a soft, warm "Mush, ploHsc," entreateil Carol, nnd power o' sickness 1 11 wall h him faithtul, pilded bv met" " Sho's been doing her prettiest to make shawl placed over her threadbare wrap by "Tell mo what you mean, Uncle Amoi ' Carol tluihed ntul piled with a girl's yield-Itif- f Kept her attention llxed on the stage to tho net vr you fear up a mutch between my girl and that fellow AUhea's hands. Not Miller' You don't suspect liinii" Not a fair sigbt to look ut, this eoaisc-fcaturc- il diar-ly- . exclusion of her uu welcome esooi t. Hut In- The blessed Christinas day was at an end. llcrgman. She's not tho least in lovo with eaknei. Khe IovihJ her "Of being tho runaway Kdson, the old woman, with her gray lock iiho behoved in him utterlv . oaly her got wa not to be essllv repressed. Mo took Udson! eloper to it here than Mm, though Clrilder may think so; he's Carol was rclioved when her brothor look hoort rolielliHl now, not her reason. Kho advuntage of the opportunity when tho cur- h'dden under her closely frilled cap, but he over wa down In Texas, I'll vum ! yes, been blind as a bat not to see her drift all tho seat beside her, leaving Ingot to mount she was strong and willing, uuri though kxl:ed at luui In n tHrtled wuy, dropjilug tain cauio itown to break out umiiu. beside tho driver on tho way home. Sho do. What's more, I've got the proof of It along. I want her to know tint I won't "Must dairies one's eyes with her diauwkwurd. her knotted brown her volio uueoiiM'ioiiftly: own mouth. Wait till j'ou see my put up with any interference from her. Sho gavo his hand a grateful squeeze, and don't shot You wouldn't think now band were tender in their ofllcos, and oul of bis mond, " What hun ho ilom, l.yumii ! " note. Wait till wo get tho rascal on hi ha always treiited me like tho mud under nestled close to him under the protecting "Ho has dono nothing, hut ho Is our that I had nn Interest lu Ulunionds, but inI after a few moments' observation, the as- u foot ugalu, und then see the judgment that'll her fcet,'but now sho ha got to take mo on robes. She thought sho had seen tho eviouo soon, went awny sattsiled with his enemy my oueiny, If oii want me to put it havo. I'm thiiikiiii; of buying uu equal footing with them," ran his dences of a better understanding between come " thoughts, while lie watched tho amazed Allhea and him that night, and in her own in that wuy How and wbv, 1 cuii not now a ring, for u lady Which would j'ou advise, sistant, und the event proved hi conCHAl'TUK XVIII. fidence justilled ejciiluln, but it will bo better for htm a soliUIro or :t clutrrl" expression which dawned in the young heart she wus junking a resolution to trust sxmikii, Sho wa untiring m her watchfulness. "II I am no judge of uch mutters " Tin: mini ut.d better for mo if our path ho apart. him implicitly, at any sneriHco to herself. face. " Well, biitjou know W'hioh jou like best," Tho brandy and beef-teund medicine It wa Christmas morning, nnd Carol was Ingot was satisllcd for onco to say good-ulcCome, little girl, put that grieved 1kU off hvinun camototho rescue by tolling his "Tuln't a If 1 wa well were gnen with tho regularity of clock- turning it ring ou her baud with u look sister to get her wrap. He had tieciareu your faeo. li the hriglit little sinter who ho jsTkUteil. ut the door. HI bird wussnurcd; ho ha insUe my homo happy for uio Arc not enough on to get more than one, mid I'm work. When the change came, and tho pa- which no Jinn' t should wear when first once that they must break off their friend- - could ufford to let It flutter in tlio net which bound to have somethiiitr of value that's tient began to roll and toss in the fever ami viKW-itiplighted troth. the symbol of her we two enough for e.ieli otherf " ship for tho Uverleighs, but he could not encompassed it I sho knew just it for. 1 It had come to this Firmly and persist- resi-- t tlio temptation tnus oucrcu nun, Timo enough to tamo it wheu ho had It "I 1iom not,' uururirod Carol, with n lit for the iiersousheIntend just suitedwouldn't delirium which succeeded,violence without " Isn't how fur to restrain his ently lntiuoiui'il by her brother, eagerly und though ho mentally determined that it fairly in his hand. gleam of mgiiith light breaking through like to find th it ludy her" You hud better consult tho making the restraint nksome to tho tort- confidently wooed by Ingot, in one short shoald bo for tho last time, nor could he, thecioudn; but thej gaitmroil ugalu u self." said Carol, coldly ured IkhIj-- . Sho caught her snatches of week they had overcome her sei uple so far without absolute rudeness, refuse to let : c:iai'ti:i: xix. went ou, "That's what Tin doing," returned Ingot, 'p lu the hours when ho was easiest, and that sbe was lending hot self to the plans of Carol go. nilOI'INO IN THU IMUK " I want ,mi to proiai,; that you will not " Sbt Its gone and engaged herself to put yonref m llurf innii' wiy 1 don't with tlio utmost composure. "You don't was ready for the long night vigil, when the one, to the hateful seeming of submisHo handed the two girls into the sleigh ' own heart tho haunting fantasies crowded around tho sion to tho other, while think ho will dUr,raril my winho by com- si.ppoHe J would go to buying diamond ring nnd tucked the robes around them, promis- that man, said Althea, with serae bitterjKwr fellow's pillow, mukiug him moan und throbbed with rebellion ono minute, or sunk ing gully to bo with them within half an ness; and those words kept recatingthem-bolve- a ing hero agNtii I may a well toll you that for any one else, I hop!" Carol' patience was exhausted at laU with cold dread the net. ' shiver anil cry aloud in his ugonj-- . brought you in the iiuiul of Norris llcrgman H imxi Immvu"!' lie won there wero fairly off, Althea you, then, that I will never intention "Itmeteil gift from you!" sho cued, In Norris gave her some approving words Mr. Ingot had carried out hiring wus it hour. When thoy companion severely in throughtho lieiongnigliL nwuy from Mr Kvorl''gh' bouse, Ikhuuimi turned to look her Tho when he made hi duty cull ou tho third or regarding the diiiuioud. Ills lioi'.rt id gouo down with it sudden Ik Irt mi eloe a friend of thcira, wo must i.ecept such a tho face. angry color tone, but uolitaiie, which he got ut u burgain-t- he givup tlunr frttimlKliiii. Now jou kuow u guarded her cheek. with the wish I.ym.in fourth dav. " What did that man mean by his talk, chill. Ho was depressed ti'id unhappy, but I "Oh, lUinitigln " We'll bung lum up again if It' in him. stono being silently off color und m.irtcd by Carol! Surely you havo not promised him yet not entirely Without hopo. how mtioiim tho mutter I to me." I wonder what keeps hint I" Such care can not fad," ho said, hoiicfuUy. ii Haw whli h ho Haltered himself would nev- unv thing to give him reason to seak us ho " Hor brother is ut the bottom of it," HI vohx' grew husky, hi fuee ialo. Ho would come! "Care never saved 'cm unless the laird er bo known und was accordingly a very did! 1 wunt "Same thing that holds me, being with the turned iilmiptly away from her, anil tho to bo frank with me, for I Althea hud tieeiarcd, uud ho belfdvcd it fair representation of tho affection ho Of herself, he felt surev Can rr.ortld never ipicstioii which Cunil lougisl to uslc won) girl he likes best in tbt world. And lot ' have boon giving hope to nnother lover of genuine in one souse, but affected that you mil wear my ring, und that chockitl. Mie could o:d, steal hor hand tell unwarrantably, if there is any turn to Ingot, and for tho icst, mnrnago mercenary motives which tho girl vours, quite Is here, or It will bo tho iM'fore Chnstinn need not necessarily follow uimir such an into bin and promise to do us bo wished. thing iu this." horsolf did not suspect. Tho next morning ut tho breakfast tnhlu worse for- - don't want to lnnl'.e throats, but Carol hold up tbe hand on which Hashed urruugomont a might havo been brought 'I huro was no Christinas feeling of peace of the two men. nbout by tho be gave her quite tbe old, dauliug mulle, you'll wear it," be bioVeoff, nnd thciv w,ii Ingot's gift. and gmsl-wil- l No girl of spitlt would bo so diiven, und in the young girl' bre.u.t, which ulwuy meant something ple.ibaul ii savage tomJ in his voice, it hxik ou in "This is from him, Althea.'' rnee. which iimde the girl s heart ijuall hyman's present- - a set or sapphires-brougfor her "And vou have given up Norris for that Carol had spirit ho knew, for had sho it riu.li of teurs to her eyes. girl wants She had lead of men murdering the women brother when hyman " I uin suiv that my good this man I never would havo believed it- -I not dolled her closed " I would rather have tho corals you gave tho door iu his tehia- - rCollo.rto nlsrlit. l'ut on tlio beM thej locd, where their lovo was not re can not believe it now. What can you seo snubbed him, aud me last joar und happiness, brother." r M when vou get jourcelf tut ucri.uiul it comod to her thai Ingot might ' bill V?s in hiui, coarse, vulgar, no more to bo com- fucof "Havo a littlo patience, Cairo!. There's It was u cross to think that sho had ovor ready. I expect to In kept after hours; it lieeipial to such un act Sue wondered how with -- oh, Curoll itlmt havo you done f" not u panicle of i easoii in making yourself pared hyiuan could bo friend with such u uun be lato when 1 co.uo homo." murmureu caroi, ut tolerated Ingot, but thero was comfort in "My duty, I liojie,' unhappy. Seohero! I wunt jou to please Sho would have an understanding with hor "Oh, I.yniaii, you darling" talk of It, knowing that sho, too. wa unhappy. Her n pale, drooping faco hud assured him of that. Ii.ot and keop him in a good humor. It will pleuso. I I'm tones. "Don't cry, anil "There, thoio' I cant afford to bo brother; sho would not bo humiliated nnd afraid 1 shall Altogether, Norris might have suffered choked," he cried, hastily rising, for Carol made wrotihed in tin way ngitlii. Ho hates to see mo with ml eyes. Oh, more than hu did thut night. Me was llko waa coming ut blin with outstretched iirnis. should not deny her right to the friends of Althea! I urn unhappy, and it will bo worso ouo who refuses to boliove tho Was that a shade of reinorso that her liking, and force tho sociotj of tho man if you aro angry witli me. We cun bo friends I nho detested umiu her. y.Vx mod over l.unan Chllder'a faco after that come to him, aud Althea did her best just the name, cun wo not!" to keep up his spirits When he saw her It wa lato when hyman apieared, and were after him, he left horl Soino furie " With thut man between us! I doubt it. again. ivrtuinly, for whilo bo had affected to bo in be did not wear the blissful look of u huppy Rut at any ruto I can't nfford to quarrel sister's " I drovo around thero this morning," sho u great hurry to reach the bank, ho took it lover. Ho avoidiil meeting hi Hero wo ure, and thero said, " determined to get ut the bottom of with long circle out of hi way simply for tho ejes, and leaned back lu the corner of the aro my visitor, wondering what has tho whole uffuir, but, unfortiinutoly, Curol sake of wulking past Miko Mu!.icy'4 jilm o carriage, silout and absorbed, .eaving all of me." was out. Don't look so blue, Norris. I shall and stealing u dozen furtive lookt nt its tho conversation to Ingot, who was apparMiss Kver- go again It kvw it miscellaneous party and the day after, and dingy front. Tho niRiial for which ho ently not damped by monosyllabic replies. lelgh had gathered lu. whether from homo every daj', until I succeed in finding out Carol's Intention of spcukiug to her watched wu not there, evidently, und ho passing whim, or a growing thoughtfuliicss what that ogro of a brother means by brother was frustrated for that night, for drew u long In with of relief. d and chanty which believed in bringing badgering her into taking such u step. "Thuuk Heavon, the rusoU are aattslleil Ingot followed them lu, without Invitation. THIS I.OKI) KM fNI.K ou mo to smooth tho waj for j'ou to these starved lives within tho light and " I want a word with you, Clrilder. You're "CAUF. NF.VFK SlVKIl NO for once. Htono has been penuiaded to go WIl.t.KII IT, llil Ml" color of her own. There wore nbout tweuty bring ubout uu understundingof j'ourown." so precious busy ou your own after his lato into retiivmoiit again, boys and u'irls of varying sizes and degrees that I don't know when I'll get an- willed it, young man," sjsiko tho nurse, llutror onco Althea overrated her powHed Tom wlH not daro tnusk inoro of ruggediiess, two or three bent nnd ers. Sho did not see Carol when she called grluilj-- . for some time. I must tnko u plan to rid other chauco ut you." wrinkled crones, und a pale, pretty girl of for tho second time ut tho house, und ou tho Tho two passed into tho don together und myself of that lot. Thoy would ruin n niuu "True, but 1 think the horri has willed It , twentj-- who was telling tho story of tho third day Carol enmo to seo hor. much less despoiiito than I am Do they wore still them when Curol'soye closed in lu sending you to us, 51is. Cnino. If I tun (ilass Slipper to sueli as choso to glvo their Tho girl was still pale, uud quieter than think I will nlway give In like a frightened healthful slumber, ever sick I shall send for jou to uurso mo." when attention to her. hyman wn In tho bieakfat-roou- i "No, you wouldn't," sho answered, shoit-l- j her wont, but sho spoke of her engagement child! They tpust bo tuught their " Cinderella had no trouble in putting it quite its u mutter of courso. sho emtio down tho next morning, having "It's thankless work, and jou nro ono on, so sho married the prince, und tommy without risen eurly. determined to broach tho So muttering ho turned of the thankless kind " "1 tin not exurvt It to bo of Inn'' stand , "urlifutnwwaiotnerui-anuiBUoii.- i He tool; tho words out eye that " Well, this jKior fellow will have reason Kceiug it pair of fovor-bngh- t Be. JIr. Ingot hasnmrnusif, suull-iwuei introducing it himself. will see that you get nn.o rnngo to take br0'uche(1 tho rubjtvt of u of her mouth by glared ut trim from oiio f tli ly to bo grateful to you, at any rate, if ho Meggy, what are 1IINO OX 1IKII II WAS Tl'ltSIN'IJ jjat CtllOl, I. homo "Ingot tell mo tint ho uuulowlmt ho oer grateful to any ono in tho world." windows, without lieuruif tho cry which h over! No rantbr , g considers us noo-- a t proposal of marriage rung out shrilly, startling tho cany loungso J " 1 doubt it," sho muttered, und Norris never do to show him such doleful looks. If midgets quarreling granny; Miss Kverlelgh . J that pipo out horo, last night, Carol, and that ho did not urge loft, thinking her ouo of those queor, coners In the room bolow. I nm working for uro unothor Chlldorl A thousand curses " an answer because ho wuuled to glvo you tradictory characters wlioso hearts uro ho- jouyour bound to undo ull suy so ut onco uud would not like it. Ask tho girl for up ' Aro you really going to let this thing go "Chllderl cup of tea if you want It to brace which a merciful l'rovldonco stilled on tho timo to think tho matter over. I scarcely tter than their speech. I'or some reason tho by on, Curol I It will bo the uristuko of your glvo up my scheme. I caught raving tongue. The patient whom NorrU think you are inclined to regard liiui favor- woman, old und uucouth us sho was, lin- I will glvo up of iny llfo with will but what nerves. Now, young man, I Aren't you llfo If you do. You uro not deceiving me ; it the best hopes j'ou pulling Sissy Darko's hair. hud helped to that doubtful rofugo fell buck ably, my dear I" I know your brother has mado gered in his thought. does that matter when weighed against a ashamed, when you woro asked hero, like a ono lota. " You must know that utterly detest UH)ii hi'ibeil, and the br..lu lllich had been this mutch because ho hates Norris; it is ho, " it keep coming like u dream thut I lmvo girl's whim!" " gentleman, just to show j'ou whnt Christ-ma- s not Ingot, who I hurrying j'ou to tho cud, 1 uncles nil tho night neeined him, hyman weaving wild scon her somewhere before, though that Hospoko impatiently, staring moodily at is like! Oh. Miss Kverlelgh! I havo aud It I more thun unreasonable of him it ."Detest! That is u atrong word. I hopo isn't probable. Once seen, she ought never to crack usundor. When Noni kept his coal i oiled over and Is wicked! What right has ho to muko your yroiniso by lookiug In Inter in tho day, tho you lmvo your feeling suMciontly under to bo forgotten," ho mused, and began to tho tire, where a great at hlui, us If in ap- dono my best to keep them amused." winked its Hainiugeyo lum, " Hut thoy havo been almost too much for llfu ,BCrublof If ,t ,, ,,0IU, wltn ti,0 VioW iniin lay in it doath-likstuior trom which control to ludo the fact frommake, for u time, seeulato iip.m Miller's chances for llfo. preciation of some untold joke. it sucrilleo Lome, cuuuruu, uiu of spat Ing him any thing, be assured that J'OU, havo tllOJ', JUI10I nothing could rousohiai. ut leant 1 think jou would Would itH burden bq blessed or cursed to Carol, this is It will fail. The penalties which a man in"If I only understood u littlo better," you ever piny "The very ould scratch is In it!" griini tor mo, Carol, If 1 wove to assure you that it hluil Would ho live for repentance or uvill mean thut by sows for mo sometime. murmured Carol. "Doj-obled tho landlord. " Whin n chap's in Inch, is necessary and for u worthy purpose." Soinooftho lesponsibi'.ity would rest upon doing this I will help jou to gain Althea!" Julio Strong, who not deviso something less vokes by his own acts will find him out; Scoifyou twocaii thoiofofe, my littlo martyr, do not think of "Not If tho saenllco I to to accept that Norris either wnj', ho fancied, and ho liegan ho ulvcr comes near mo; but lot him dhrop ' Hy not doing it you will bo thn cause of tho gentlemen uriivo. sacrificing yourself to hyman, no matter Intothroublo, ati' 1'vo got him on mo back, inun," sho declared. to study how ho could help tho outcust to my losing her, and tnoic so much nioro, noisy by tlio timo J want this red headed boy foi tho fox, and yo, onlytOHeeni to invent hunt begin anow. bedadl an' Ifaii foluo tltao I'm wlshln' "Uutlf it Is whut ho may urge. Ho true to yourself, you us well us 1 will bo sorry, sorrv to 1 will bo tho mother gooso. Now, sir, get and to one other." mil yer ould mutt of tho say,' jer houor, I glvo jou my word that I shall novor ask Thero was u change for tho bettor when thatolid of away from mo If j'ou Is not tho man 1 tho any of my goslings jour hfo" for It's not tnesilf can put up wid tho llltu o' you to'marry him. Ho Miss Kverlcigu's earnestness had curried ho saw hlHJMifirr uguin. "Oh, hymiiii!" cm." would choose for your husband, If I wanted that In mo houso." her too far. Thoro was nu Indignant Hash Miller was bolstered up lu '.ho bed. Tho talking. Onco I u thing I "Thero Is no uso of our Yon wouldn't turn tho pjor follow out loinlluoiico your choice. That The gentlemen had followed closer than iu tho soft eve that wero raised to moot deep fovor flush had left his fneo, but there o in that statu, Malonoyl" shall never do, littlo sister. Your own was still ii wild brightness In Iris hollow oyro. nnd for ull, you shall tuko your choice." was expected of them. They cauio in burs steadily, How hard und cruel men enn bo to tho Wouldn't I, thin f Sure, a dit.i In tins heart must bo your guide, and If thnt bo tho uoly game wu over, whllo Miss " Whut do think I" ho nskod, in it women who lovo Uieni! hjmun knew that Kverlelgh "You ure deceiving yourself, A It lieu panting, Hushed und llxed oven upon ono whom dotoat, I prom-- , ruin moiiitliholy," housowud stood nothlug notltliiu to causa bus penetrating whisper. " Can oue ludo it every word houttuicd cut through that r midst of her clamorous, hyman speakdone that. What I am doing is ot, r.nd 1 don't bollove lso you that I will never ralso an objec- criiiio In tho gravel I've tried It. Do " Ho is not dead in tho like to heart. Ho knew also what tho choice throng. propur cave. Houuisl tion." ho will ilio If ho bin ot mv own five will, not to iileaso him think It got out again! I'm afraid ho lu would be, knew that ho would lmvo no Tho bright head drooped, und u blush it httvo it huro, siuco ho objected so bitterly " Yu get tho Idea of what Is exiiectwl of them, hidden under her apron," nodding trouble ufter this In having Iris own wuy. "Mr. to going elsewhere. I'll sond it doctor ur.il urcpt Into tho clcnr cheek. you now," sho said, laughingly. I . lot llll II II ' feebly towurd the nurse. Then mi kjj- Mr. Ingot wus Invited to dinner. Ho Chllder, 1 Intend to blindfold you, und lot "Must I explain to you why I nm asking charge him to llnd a losponslblo uiirso for him after ho h'lJ parted Ironi Altheu. Could ho lmvo looked back through tho cloed Theso wore the thoughts which clung to 3 Miller. cj-c- s b 1 i u ci't ' ' s enter-talninei- ! jlgte ' I homo-cmuin- th' j d , bo-lie- 1 i ' I I . hy-iMi- n. disap-jKilnte- d u dlg-nit- j', 1 j 1 phj-sicia- - a ht hr 1 u d, 1 h'e (8lr pA ht and-tueko- in' onrt-broke- i.y-mi- WllM'n u t. bo-co- Do-pen- uei-ou- uow-udu- mis-lake- ." d tlwto l 1 o u bo-for- it d ten-tie- u t 4' ."v r y Jockey P irnes rode four horses to The city of Owcnsboro, on Saturday, Tiik political prohlbitioniHtsusscmbled 4 in national convention at Indianapolis by a vote of lM to f, ngrjued to donate to victory at Iitonia Tuesday. Littlepliss Wednesday unil organized bv the elcc- - the Vineennes, Oakland City and Owens- - Irene Million ran th in the same u nun cnud to '2 per rent day. Connect!- - boro tion of 1'ev. II. C. Delano, Stanford, Ky., Junk 1, 18S8 cut, us temporary chairman.of On taking of theniilromt of her property. A. M. Feland sold a few days ago to value Judge K. I). White, of New Orleans, Woodcock it Owens, of Poyle county, a thu chair lie wan presented with a gavel made from the telegraph pole from was elected United States Senator by the bunch of lambs that averaged IV.' lbs. at W. P. WALTON. lU'ifim which (.Sen. St. John was hung in ell'e-g- y ouisianu Legislature Monday, after 01 cents, and It ewes weighing 142 II in. democrat-- , each at '?. w hen the latter genhaving been chosen by the at Topeka, Kas., DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Tom Wood, of Povle, sold at Win tleman made some facetious remarks on ic caucus. He will succeed Senator Kus- . chester, this week, Hi! head of the feelings of a man hung in that way. tis. For Jtidgr of lh Court of Appeal, Henry (ieorge was formerly lead steers at $42; 7 of 700 pounds at $211 and The leaders affect to believe that the suit iblc for tliii ti no of yc ir. .t ul ouv The t ;lo vinj list of ,jo party at N,cw 21 good yearlings, (M0 llw., at :tj. J. ('. the United a "party" JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, this year will poll 1MCJhalf million votes out ofhy tho District of the party. Johnson sold at the Mime time 10 stcci will sweep the York and in country like a cyclone. They base their He was charged with being a traitor and at $'2.W, weight l,lV0 lbs. Democrat. them ofmcntul get the best: belief on the steady growth of the cause with having made dealings with the Peports of numbers of cattle having as shown by the vote since 187- -, when democracy. lied fiom eating wet clover during the CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. Kngincers of the Tennessee Steel past months, a farmer says: "When only fi,f()0 votes were cast. Xeul Pow, A dklkoatiok of Georgia Prohibitioni- who headed the ticket in 18S0, received and Iron Company, while surveying in you (hid vour stock swollen take a small California Pcachos, Cal. Dried Peaches, st?, with Samnel Small as chief, are 10,000 votes in Pi States, but in 1884 15 Wise county, Vu., were attacked by a bunch of oats or straw, wrap it tightlv " for Indianapolis, where the third times that number were cast in 514 States body of men in the busies and two oi with twine mid fasten it in the animal's Pears, Dried Peaches, to convince party hopes for St. Jolin. During the last two years the party killed. Poth the settlers and mouth by tying around the head. The " Apricots, Turkish Prunes, that it is alive. Louisville Times. there have been elections in 20 Suites company claim the land. animal will chew the straw causing conGrated Pineapple, Cooking Figs, This reminds ns of Sam's experience the where there was a prohibition tieketand The Kentucky division of the T. P. stant eructation, which will give relief in last time he attended n convention in the total vote cast was 287,000. Sliced Pineapple, Mince Meat, A. John W. Corley, President; a short time. the same city. He was then with the No nominations had been made up to Capt. J. G. Perry, Vice President; TheoTobacw men in this county say that Lima Beans, Mackerel in Buckets, Atlanta Constitution which sent him adjournment Wednesday night. St. John dore Speiden, Secretary and Treasurer. not over j of the acreage will be planted Pie Peaches, Cod Fish, there as a reporter. Arriving at Junc- was made permanent chairman and Sam The National Convention will be held at as was anticipated. Some of them have tion City after frequent wrestlings with Small secretary. The prospect was that I ititii!itnlihi .Tutm Corn, Hominy, set out plants on the same ground three Ins old enemy, the bottle, and having Kisk, of New Jersey and Geo. W. Pain The engine of the local freight on times, and the cut worms have cut the Tomatoes, Bulk Pickles, gotten considerably the worst of the en- would be the ticket. The question of the L. & N. exploded near Franklin, plants every time. Some have planted Oysters, counter, not being as strong in the en use woman sutrragc seems to be the disturb- killing Engineer Henry Quinn and ter- corn and others watermelons in part of Bottle Pickles, since his wife had notified all the bar- ing element, the Northern delegates ad- ribly scalding George Farley, hrakeman, their grounds intended for tobacco.-Pourb- on Salmon, Catsup, keepers in Atlanta not to sell him whis- vocating it and tho Southern opposing. and John Pichardson, fireman. A numNews. Sardines, Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. ky under pain of legal punishment, he All but three States are represented in ber of ears were totally demolished. WiNi'iiiMTKH Coi itr. Chipped Beef, was so bewildered that he did not know the meeting. The Senate Committee on Military cattle on the market and at least half reCorned Beef, he had gotten on the wrong train till the Alfiiirs reported the bill to revive the mained unsold. The folly wing sales Deviled Ham. came around just before getThe equivocal nature of James G. grade of General of the United States were made publicly: 112 head of good conductor ting here. Small fumbled around in Blaine made more people believe that Army, the object being, of course, to steers, $41.."H); 4(1 head of the maudlin way jieeuliar to an intox- he wanted the presidential nomination honor lien. Sheridan and it was passed 1, cuttle at SK; 10 yearlings MY STOCK OF STHPLE GROCERIES fiLWRYS FULL. icated man and finally produced his after his Florence letter declining to be a with only seven votes in the negative. $10.70; !1 yearling heifers, $li!.i.; 12 yearHe has once pass, when he was told that it was candidate, than before. A cablegram from St. Petersburg ling scrub steers, $12.1K); Shead of scrubs, good only going the other way. He got since reiterated his resolve with no bet- says all Jews, excepting merchants con- $0. !."; 11 scrub calves, $7.','AY, work oxen off here, and came at once to this ollice, ter effect, until now he has finally put nected with the leading commercial com dull. J. W. Pace bought of Hoger Highest Market Price Paid For hut his condition was such that we ad- an end to doubt of his intention bv writ panies, have been ordered by the Gov- Jones .'50 head of . hogs at vised a nap, which he took and in a few ing to Whitelaw Peed that he will not ernment to quit Moscow within a fortHAMS, SIDKS, SHOULDKKS AND JOWLS. hours he was "better" and entirely well accept the nomination if tendered him. night. Upwards of 2,000 exiled Jews DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. invigorating drive with us to He says: "Assuming that the Presiden- passed through Cracow Monday en route after an Pink Cottage and other points. He is a tial nomination could, by any jossible to America. -- Wnkciicld tfc I.cc bought this week very companionable fellow, ami until chance, be offered to me, I could not acA delegation irom Kentucky, includ- - from a Garrard county party a his train came that bight he talked IDB WJEGMD cept it without leaving in the blinds of ing Senator Peck, Gov. Knott and Hep- - old harness gelding for $1 l". and veiy entertainingly. thousands of these men the impression resentativesCaruth and McCreary, called Mrs. A. J. Potts, of Lexington, has In ''Things has changed since Petsy died that I had not been free from indirec- at the White House and invited the been the guest of Mrs. Frank Gilcher Paper Boxes, somewhat. Sam's got to he a preacher tion, and, therefore, I could not accept President, in case he visited Cincinnati several days this week. Mr. Montrose and likewise, a jwlitical prohibitionist, it at all." This ought to settle the ques- on the 4th of July next, to extend his Graham, formerly of this and UockraMle IT. hut somehow that kind of fellows rarely tion, but it is likely that it will not. trip to Louisville. The President said counties, now of Vernon, Texas, is in amounts to much and their last end is There are too many red radicals, who that he would accent the invitation in town. frequently worst than the first. swear by the man of the Mulligan letters ,..1S4, ,K. wn in tlmt Iu.i,horhood The admirer of Terra Cotta will be HYiMAN'S KWKKT lMCKLI IN lU'LK. to give In id up for smaller fisli. glad to learn that he won a $1,100 nice at Tiik editor of the New York Sun, Mr. CHURCH AFFAIRS. St. Louis Wednesday, beating Damn, The Cincinnati Press Club will dediDana, who allows his likes and dislikes Evangelist Munhall's revival at Co- Little Minch, Wary ami one or two othcate its permanent quarters in the Expoto warp his political judgment, says in tOr Prices Always Keatonahle And Good3 Satisfactory.-ffi- a an interview with a Cincinnati paper, sition building, June tith, with a recep- lumbus, Ohio, resulted in 1,000 additions ers. Time 2:10; distance a mile ami a quarter. that if the republicans put up Chauncey tion ami banquet. Our thanks arts re- to the churches. The soldiers' graes were decorated The South District Association will Depew for the presidency, lie can beat turned for an invitation. meet Thursday, before the third Sunday Wednesday by the G. A. P. Col. Logan MARK HARDIN, anv man the democrats can run with the Clerk. NEWS CONDENSED. McKee was to have delivered the adin June, at Greensburg. exception of Gov. Hill. Since Dana's ode to the army worm dress, but as lie did not return from Pro. Dames' A tumor was removed futile effort to beat Cleveland in 1884 and his silly "Wo believe that (irover from Mrs. Win. Skinner, at Findlay, O. may do, but the leu he says about the Harrodsbuig in time, Gen. S. S. Fry was substituted for him. in this section the better. The restaurant privileges of the CinCleveland is beaten," published every John Pugg, while plowing a f w I will preach next Saturday night at day after the election until the ollicial cinnati Centennial Exposition sold for 11 at Hustouville days ago on the battle Held of I'erryxille, Mnrelaml, Sunday at vote was given, no confidence whatever $18,000. is placed in his integrity nor his judgThe New York democracy will send and Sunday at 4 r. m. ut McKinney. Jo. unearthed a camp kettle containing about $4"i in foreign silver coin, all of it ment in political affairs, and most of the one colored delegate to the St Louis con- Hallou. - of date running as far back as 171'2. The Elder Vanhook Lee, an old and popother important matteis discussed in his vention. W made by minister of the Christian church, deKsit is thought to have paper have to be taken with a grain of The rebuilding of the workshops in a soldier afterwards killed in battle. A' salt. For all practical purposes the Sun the penitentiary was let to the Mason-- 1 died at Cynthiana this week aged SS. ' Jf . I lev. Samuel McKee, having com ' The Moody Tabernacle, Louisville, might as well shine out fully for the re- Ford Co., at S":"l,WS. ) publicans. It does the democratic party Hail fell to the dentil of four feet has been sold at auction to .litmus Unlit pleted his theological studies at Prince is at home for a short rest, more harm than good by claiming to be near Des Moines, Iowa, Iuesdav, cans- - well, Jr., toi ?t,uuu ami uilt ie f.,1.,,,, ton, . J., lor the, next vear he expects to engage e a member of it. Fortunately its . ilownatonce. . . ing great destruction. in missionaiy work in the mountain is so greatly on tho wane, however, Pev. Dr. J. M. Trimblu is the only An order dispensing with the servicounties of Kentucky. Kev. M. M. Althat it does not amount to much ces of .",000 employes has been made on member of the Methodist General ConCenference in New York, who attended the len, of Piinceton, Ky.,a graduate of the Pennsylvania road. tre College four years ago, and a classGov. Knott has been appointed by celebrated conference there in 1844. Kentucky will witness the hanging of X. J., The item from the HaptNt Recorder mate of Mr. McKee at Piinceton, Havln-- scoured the services of C. 1 K3MT, a practical Watcha white man for niuider It will the President one of the board of visitois a meeting to be held here by has accepted a call from a church at about bean unusual spectacle, the moro's tho to the Naval Academy. Michigan. maker with imny years' cxparienco, all work done with neatness The Senate increased the Uiver and Pevs. J''Isom and Holtzelaw was an cr- pity, when so many of them deserve Mr. W. P. Xichols f the late Trib Harbor bill from SIP,(i0.",7.", as passed ror. Their meeting will be at Shep- death for cruel niurdeis. Gov. Pueknir iiiw, has a very old nm.i of Kentucky, and dispxtch, ftiHv insured. Spoctaciej and Eya Glassea to suit the panlsville has declined to interfere in the case of by the Houe, to $21,:Ci.s,7$0, made when there weie onlv three coun eye. The commencement exercises of the In Pennsylvania's anthracite coal James Duchanan, who is condemned to ties in the entire territoiy, Jelfeixm, fields 10,000 persons are employed and PaptistThcologic.il Seminary at Louisdie for the murder of James Itoss, whom ville occurred lut night. Of the 12 Fayette and Lincoln. Considering tin' he killed in a drunken lit, and he will ."2,000 in the bituminous beds. graduates only one, E. i. Shoiise, is fiom eaily date of its publication, it is wclli Plinkey Morgan, condemned to be swing at Campton, Wolfo countv, to- edited. It was plinted by the Helm toy- hun;: in the Ohio penitentiary last night, Kentucky. Pev. P. P. Mahony is holding a tine type Printing Company, of Pomii has gotten a reprieve for 00 days. Tin: Mercer Sayings and Doings -- About 400 democrats have signified meeting nt his Newport church, which Ohio on the north side is put down as ., im j j .,! the opening of the Louisville ir"n'i"B-r- S T" ..1,1 . "SSAiti their intention to go to St. Louis under has resulted in lOadditionsto last report, an Indian territory, with no mention " m '& wi Southern in an illustrated double numCincinnati. Danville and "Ilarrod" an iii The church is in u splendid condition the name of the Watterson Club. ber that would do credit to any oflice. noted, the former as a town the latter r moves in theutmost Dan Crawford, in a lit of jealousy, and even-thinThe celebration was attended by thou a foil or station. On the upper rig! t his rival's head into mince meat mony. sands of people, who were regaled with ..;i. .... To the Stanford Jorii.v.i.' Tie those hand corner is the following: ,,,,, ,! I1.M ........ ir,......i..,; t...... 111.11 .'ll'llll, llir", 111111. ' rvar " fins M v ov Kkxti'i kk, HI9HMMMHHBNHHMliM oratory and victuals till thoy coulilu t nrearhers tails ujniuui ami Excursion tickets will be lint on all ' repose, it was a mguay in tne History ...,;i..,..,.i.. ... .1.... ... .. ..,....: al observation, is in cm across a cioines line. ii.ouis Drawn irou i... jnuix'.s iiiiu tnrow in t of the county and right royally did the Kiiium'is me e.i .... me m.m lei.-cv.lle Times, uan't no it. uue nassKip. other summer resorts at faies for th: people commemorate it. round-tiiied to California and the other is not oruble Congrefs of the United Mates of America and to his Excellency George A widow and her son were killed Preparcn to no me iiiKcuiiy act aione Gkx. Siikmdan is not L'oimr to die thisi Eld. Joseph Hallou j,s back from Wafhiugton late Commander In Chief of time, as much its some of the people in and a daughter was fatally injuied by a Nicholas, county, where lit held a "glo- - Iheirariny. Ky their humble scrwint, the Valley of the Virginia, which heiga'Hj of toughs, near Osceola, Ark. 1... If nous ineeiing. tl mo uunioer oi amn- - John Fitson." wantonly devastated during the war. Lynching is threatened. Mr. 1). T. Fnckler, whose serious illin Ai,i.-.t.....i.tfAinf.. i!r..,iL--- . ....... uons was iu, inn. ne nan iiiorougniy would like to sec him. Little Phil, the ness has been noted, died Wednesday gleaned the Held a year ago and it was a tiuhter. did his countrv some noble ser reled with her husband, Henry P rooks, night at 10 o'clock, of consumption of nd cut his throat with a butcher knife, source of great joy to him to meet the vices, but making a desert of a fertile converts of the former meeting strong the bowels. Deceased was a native of country was not one of them by a long e.uising death soon afterwards. and steadfast in thefaith. Alabama, but has been a resident of DanAn explosion caused bv a boy light shot. The Southern ,t,... ol ,1the .. Piesbyte- - ville neatly all tho time since his 10th wing 11ll!ii1( ..,, ... .1. ...1 t.. ..1 .1. .t.1.. nan hii "K" llllltllll !! " ""'" '" """" K"B"" '"""" "' Jtnltll Ar, .... nl!ai.. nail Cliurcn n.n..tMiiciimij fitl. tlmt. u o.wl year, making his home with his uncle, tnwfmt intn ui.unes rimiilmii-.f i...i.i.. , , Me., and stole some . US,. at Augusta, iiiiwIii Ailiini nut if mini, and not nut of Col. J. T. Fnckler. Do attended the ; " :; :. .,. ,,, person! mm wonnueu over a iuumireci. , private and business correspondence !! llinm tl lllllllhl.' i i rrtitin i i iiiiiii li ivr,, . preparatory depaitnient of Centre Col. . l ' mil wn haikiiiiikiii inn -terinus must now iiuit moiiKeying witn lege and afterwards the Danville Milita, """; "" If there were nny letters among them of! , Mulligan variety the Plumed Knight "' , " "vTimug , ,uv" ? """. ' TT . '" ,K', t'vo",t,,,1" Mn'7J '" ll," ,". ,L',r ry Academy. After leaving the lattei the ny inai llisilllllion, ' ihiukh on kcoioj;. iMiiiinnin- anuun. will likely weep before the campaign wi.ior losses liicurreu school he entered the University of has been favorably reported to the because he did not bin n and graduated in due time from FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ate. fore sailing the ocean blue. Tho first regular train on tho Louis- the law dep.utment. He nmcticcd his ' J.N. Menefee bought of M C. Dunn profession several years in Danville, but 27Lhi : villo Southern carried 27 pay passengers r iindiiiL' it uncoiiL'enial he enteied the run insurance conuKin.es have got en nm, t)0 nm Jo Vcrrfinniplforinerlv Har-th- e a Second Jewell colt for $12,". George 1). Wearen bought of Ad newspaper business, connecting himself best of their Kentucky patrons in he Jlinctlon) wns in tiri,0 wun tne wanville Advocate. 11ns conAc-- ; Cation a buy buggy 1111110 for $17o. last five years pretty handsomely. imni, nection existed at the time of his death. James Martin sold to Giecn Si cording to the Insurance Herald they Lexington voted by a majoiity of He was a careful and painstaking writer of Covington, a e and thoroughly revised everything he only paitl $.,878,2.tt in lire losses in 0K1 to take $100,000 in stock of the t fM?it Tifriiin"" wrote before handing it to the printer. " 4 State in thnt time, while they have isville Southern. The opposition fought hogs at 51 cents. Mr. Fnckler had passed his :ilth vwir. Tom Johnson, of Cane Valley, has a in premiums, 'manfully, hut developed very little pocketed $9,:78,r02 The funeral will take place Fridav cow that gives 14 gallons of milk a day. evening at 4 o'clock from the First Pres strength. Gov. PcckWKit is spending a few days byterian church, of which he had long The Kentucky Com t of Appeals de- -C- olumbia Herald. VALLEY on his farm in Hart, tho first since his cides that a policy in the Travelers' AcWelding Si Kropf are shipping daily been a member. inauguration. If the old granger doesn't cident Insurance Company does not in refrigerator cars dressed lambs from GRAND JUBILEE calibrating the Settlement of the Northwestern Territory. mind he will not only loose all of the cover cases in which the insured is killed this market to New York. They ship! ! of his hair, but forget how liavseed out Paris Kentuekian. ped IJOO yesterday. In personal encounter. oiNCSUixir-'ASSiSlSto farm entirely. The classic English Derby was run Col. Craddoek, who knows everv- TuuSayings Si Doings, of Iluriodsburg, thing, settles tho ijuestion of Senator Wednesday at Epsom Downs, and was To Tho Voters of Lincoln County: T. M. Uiniwe , ejuior, iaoieu nis ,,,,.,.,.. 'I'lie 'I'jx Ilwk aro ii'iw ri'.wly for 1888 mid I nmrrHg0 1)V hftvin,F won by the favorite, the Duke of Port........ . reruut llw taxe iiiuintn n ii, the lady is Mrs. Henderson, n daughter land's bay colt Ayreshlre. Macbeth did nmrenit) to forn.iril ami pay car.'yKverybody will ptcate come with it at the big celebration T. I.NKWI.,NI), S. I. C not start. of Dr. Vundell, of Louisville. daj. Semi-Weekly Interior Journal 1,(Vi0-lh- J-s- , ltd SIX FACES. 1 en-rou- te ! HI-.1- Kotir-hundrv- d 1,200-poun- d 000-poun- d 170-11- .'Uc-Su- n. I Ihc-yci- ii j M.$F()B.T$ ST aUS UH, ISTHEBESTIN THE WORLD. JUSTTRY vvajjxuxn. 70-iou- cut-wor- :fxj:e.a.s:e observe I M'ROBERTSSTAGG I j lr lx-c- V ;u T- 'L A JrW (5 lin M 3i S?T infu-enc- , . any-wa- v. WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. r to-da- j x- -' GOFFINS, GASKETS, .'" I .1 5 u- ROBES. - ' cek-brat- ed J liar-chopp- ,.,.'.., ,. ) iij-ii- ti ii.iii-ijii- li ! n i it i ,.,.. iii i i MM - .. 1 m.i 1111 .... ,.,,,, 11.. 111 WALL PAPER and FUKlTrTTJIlB. I . . i iiin-iuii-- ca)mv ; . iiniii-iminu- """ etk:stock always on ihand. j ' - hi Vii-giu- in Sen-ove- r Cincinnati a J"LY4to OCT. V ,,, Km-br- y, Lou-th- car-loa- d 21o-poun- d yii''iiS'tK DISPEAY. CEHTEHHlflL EXPOSlTfOH vOHIO P A" TA2ZES TA2ZES ! . Wi-dnes- - (ti 30-- lf EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS. i mint film H- 0"I".'1-.- I iijHU' MWIHIil." Jf, If. - V WMt U Jl 1 ii -- .,,. "tlllll) ! m fmmim &J Theso wore the thoughts whleh dung to Hun after lie hud parted Irom Althcu. Could lui buvo looked back through tho cloied doors, have Leen her standing with that ilruwii look of pain uu her brown, ho would have known lh:it lie had not loft her In Mich 1'iitlrrt liniiiruiii'H uu hti illumined. Thoro was trouli'". of her own, loo, gnawing at that proud heart. " Have I been bo untrue to myself ss to ftvo mvheurt utiukeil,nnd- - wura" thought unworthily! I wl'l not believe It. I havo is bascuoas and faith in Noftis. If thi-rtreachery, ho 111 dli over them. I huvo done right by putting that note In his 1 Ur.c'.o Amos' check," Norris added to himself, " hut I don't I could Unit u bettor use for iU If thin iioor fellow hut sinned, he has suffered, too. I don't know why I should tnko such bii interest In him, 1 niit sure, hut I've qulto made ti my iniud to see him through." Do unyol UH Know why ,e aro led Into tome thiiigH and kept from others which go m ur.il sab.'.tnnco of the to make up th. story of life. If futehnd thrown this waif In Ids way, Norrls did not know it. but tho Milter. It will cat up bo-lie- story would work itself out tolls entirety ull the susuo. Tmu-iii.r- hand." Yet tho consciousness of doing tight did not briny peace to Miss I'.voiloigh'H bicust. cn.M'Tnt xv. Cmt'lU AMI M' ii:nts. Carol's fair face wore a most unusual cloud, Sho was troubled and unhappy, all on no- eountof that Inenmparuhle brother of hers, ntratigcly. In tho Lyman hud been first place lu had ciillt.il her away from tho Kvorlrigh's ut bti hour's notice, juat wheu cvgry tiling was goln splendidly, nud tho mulrh-mukiuplun uli'ili her bralu had concocted seemed in u fair way for iraha- tion, and that without uny sufficient reason for his net. Hut worse than that hnd linppenr'd, and cut dct'ix'r. Hut tlw day before thin, ax she sat reading and waiting for li.vinau to eomo out of bis dim, in tho hour brtweru his and that for dinner, she heard tho door-boilug. and tho steps of tho servant go past to answer it. I.yman's door (ipeueil tho ne.t instant. "Wholsltr hettHlftl "'Mr Ilcrgman to eo MNh t'aroll' Hhe Is not at home-n- ot tt homo to urn, now or In the future. tlrt, Sarah and shut the door " livery clearlj spoken mini win plainly audible to Noiris lxforotli door was closisl tibruptly in his face plainly uiidiblo In tho purlor, uIho, where the listener started to her feet, tingling all over ith indignant feeling. Hhe ran to the window, mid Norrls, look- ing up, saw her and lifted Ii'h lint lu u moment the sash went t:p, admitting a blast of wintry air, us Carol leaned Impulsively cut "Please bclietc that 1 had nothing to do with that, Mr licrgmnti. I shall be very glad to se jou If ,miu can ever forgive I don't know what ho means, but I am sure he will Ik Sorry by and by." Tho window went down n,'ulu before he could annwor u word, nod Carol faced about to look detlautly into the fact of her brother, who hud entered in timu to overhcur the Homo-comiiig ll Lv-ma- j ' ' mot of h u slmme n shiimr ! Miss Everleigh will not easily forgive you for this, nor ball I." Nothing but quiot Mtdnoas limkod out of Lyman's cjes Into the girl's Hushed, Indlg-iinu- t face. -- "It her ajaivh. Du I am worry your iuiUulntanoo with that young man hat grown until the tep I have liecti forced to take ticcaiiio necessary. I havo mj renions fur wishing him to keep hi distance. would rather he bad always Isvn a stranger to us. Have you not faith enough in my judgment to be guided by mef "' Carol Hushed nndiwled with u girl's yielding weakness. She loved her brother dearly, aha beliuvisl in htm utterly; only her Sho hourt rebelled now, not her rcusoii. looked nl him lu n startled wiry, dropping her olio unconsciously: " What has hu done, I.ymau! " "Ho has done nothing, but ho is our enemy- - my enemy, if yuii want me to put it in that way How and why, I cuii not now explain, but it will be better for blm und better for mo If our paths He spurt. Cotne, little prl, put that Rrieviil look off your faco; li tho bright little sister who bus mede my homo happy for ui. Are not we two enoiiRh for r.vli other f " "I hop not," miirni'irctl C.irol, with n Rleitm of roRiilsh l.tfht breukliiR tliruiiRh thecteiids; but they puhercd iiRaiu as went mi. herMMish : " I want you to prtHtiisi! that you will not put yourself in llunriiinn's way I don't think ho will dliefanl my wishes liy com-iiimay as well toll you thai bore itimn was there I brought you It wiw lisrtts nway from Mr KvorMgh house, becnuu lie Is mi cloke u friend of theira, we must plv up thoir fneniUhip. Now you know how scnoiiH tho mutter is to me." His vwJec jmnr husky. He face pale. Uo turned abruptly away from her, ami tho which Carol loured to n.lc wore s checkcil. She could o;ly steal her hand into his and promise to do as bo wished. The next inoruiiiR at too breakfast table he pive her iplite Ibe old, daaliliR smile, which alwrys meant somcthlu;; pleasuul for her I uui sure that my Rood little lrl wants to lu ,i" Kello;;,; tonight. Put on the best lull anduicltor wheu you Ret nurself ready. I expect to be kept after hoursi it luuy lie late when 1 coaio home." "Oh, I.yman, ytm darlliiR ' "Theie", there! I can t alTord to bo choked," be cried, hastily nMiiR, for Carol w.ih coming ut him with outstretched arms. Was that a shade of remorso that locined over I.yman didder's faco after heleftherl Homo furies were after him, certainly, for while ho hud affected to be In a Rreat hurry to reach the bank, ho took it Ioiir circle out of his way simply for tho Hake of wulkiiiR past Miko Miiloney's plueo und stealiiiK u doreu furtive looki ut Its dhiR.v front. The r.iRiial for which ho watched was not the , evidently, and ho drew u Ioiir breath of robef. "Thank Heaven, the rascals are satislhsl for once. Htono has been per.iuaded to ro into rotlrcmout uRalu, and after his late Hed Tom wlH not uaro to nsk more for soinot lino. linusiAiriko u plan to rid myself of that lot. They would ruin a man much less ricapeniH' than I am. Do they think I will always rivo in liko a frightened child f Thev T)ust be tauRht their coukl nvoid! " Carol, havo I Ihtii unkind to jotil jou think I would gl.e jou one pang I 1 Cnrol's bright splrita came back as sho prepared hcrhelf for the evening's entertainment. She was all icwlynt last, with a knot of blush roses In thu lace ut her throat, with gloves and fun mid cloak laid ready to her hand " I da Iioh I.ymun will not lw very late," she was thliihiug for tho ilfth time, when she heard him come in, accompanied by some one whote di3u;recublo voico reached up to her und chilled tho warm eagerness with which sho was already llylujr down. "Pretty as uplctcr, I vow," was Ingot's ndmlriiig comiueut. "Them roses puts the finishing touch, just as I thought thry I like th would 'ml, led rose' myself, but them washy nnes aeem to suit tho glrlt If jou are ready wo may as well go. don't believe in being fashionably late. I go lo Rft my money's worth every time." j Carol's amazed glance nought hrr brother. " I.ymun, you aro going with, mo to- night!" "Sorrj. my dear, but Mr. Kverlelgh has asked uui to tuill around. Not to dlsappolut you, I asked Ingot here to act us your and I'll meet you at the theater after my husinesH is over " "Id rather nntuout till," murmured Carol, with tht tcurs coming into her eyes. "Oh. nonseiuo, after I have arranged It ull " " Now, do you know," put In Ingot, " I ' rather admire Mihh Carol's gocsl sense. I'd as hihiii sui j hero and listen to her as to KellogRi a pretty young woman Is better than u lal old one any da of the j ear. I'm agreeable cither way." Thus driven, Carol decided to go, of couraa Any thing was preferable to an evening nlnne with Mr. Ingot. That gentlemuii understood her motive, and though outwardly plcanaiil us ever, ho was raging within. " Hhe lutes me liko kmhoii and don't trouble herself to hide It. I'll have to put, on tho thumbscrews to bring her to time. I'd rather Umbo!, for I'm soft un the girl, but theiv's no other nay I'm getting myself into a humor to make short , oik of the business, and Childer hull helu me." He kept upn running llreol eouversatioii, with Hit lile.iof i.iaUiug hiuixclf agreeable, ull through the ( veiling "Can't way that I like this sort of thing ' Why euu't they do myself," he oberved tlielr ikhvwob nig lu Knglisb so every body HUo they do in tho oni.ld understand, Mikado,' now I That's the style of thing they would cull Clara luketi me. 1 Iautlse a lino woman, but I know a girl that's a slglil more to mj- taste. Couldn't gues t. ' 1 cs-i-o' ps-ko- rt!Al".'i;u XVI. , n )H i Mini. this of you, Ciiroll You ara such a child In tkowuysoftho world, jou know so Utile about buslnoss matters, that I doubt If you wauld understand tho importunco I attach to keeping In with Ingot. This 1 will say, that he Is deeply mixed In Mr. Kverlelgh's embarrassments, which I ilnd harder to straighten than 1 ut llrut anticipated. Ingot could 4a us much Harm If ho wore to break with us now, but In a few weeks more wo can afford to declare ourselves independent of hlni Hy the way, Carol, you were good enough to gl.e in'- - un unconditional promise the othr night icjrarding llerg-mabut I v'il t.mdlfy that 'jy leUlugyou I'll even bo do as you plea e about him. sake, if you usk friendly with him for it ufter this affair with Ingot Is over. Until then, I Hhiill hold you lo your word, nlreudy given, and beg of you further to aid me bj keeping Ingot complaisant. You or, vntwlo It without committing if he will huve a promise, I will see thnt it is never enforced. You bellevo me when I say that, do you not I" , that There wuh no wavering in tho met hers now, though thej wero somber nud dark, uud bote signs of the sleepless night through which he hud panned. Hlsrtasons seemed vuguo und unsatisfactory to Carol. She wished bo would explain Diore fully, but to urgo it might ' rt.iulit of hlui. I.iko uioi.t girls, he had been contented to let i.ymun do her thinking for her, and in icttiru ho had been more iudulgrnt than brothers usually aro If she was wuking now to thu fact that she hud a miud of her owu, ahe was ' certainly not prepared yet to set hor judgment against bis and maintain tho Issue. ; Wheu Mr. Ingot came ugum. Ho did not meet with tho rebuff she had been prepared to give. Ho smiled to himself, u knowing smile, but there wns a truce of bitterness ej-es grieved expression swept over his faco. "Writing tigalu sho's always writing. J wish you'd uiuko hcrstop." " It's my report for tho doctor," said Mrs. Crane, quietlj1, " Ho never seemed to notice mo boforo. A good sign, sir crunk-iuwidlers is." " Mav I see;" asked Norris, stretching out his lniud. It was only his interest In j' the coud.tiuli of thu patient which led him touuk, but the uomiiu diow buck. "I doubt If you'd make out my hand-- ' write," she said, coldlj. ' I'll read voti a bit." "7a. m. KestlesB after the night.' Bathed face uud hands, and ho took a nap.' " ' h. Wolto refreshed. Took medicine s;!W. -- Asked for water. 0. and beof-teChanged his position ami he dozed again. ' "'10. A visitor; exciter him. The doctor ought lo stop It.' b j gleamod came curly, and his smnll with delight as he saw his diamond blazinR, cj-os you havo a turn In it, "Tim plan works. Hut I'll bo bunged if I don't wish 1 could get her without ull this ehlcunerj'. I ic known that Lyman Childer was u precious rascal, but the wortt piece of scoundrel 1. m he has been guilt j of yet Is joining In with mr to sell out thai coulld-lu- g creature Not that need tpiaird with blm for It. I'd have made it interesting for him if he hadn't, but it makes mo despise the fellow ull the same.." 1 j cmai'ti:i: xvn. A MOOH. M'llSli he deathlike stupor Into which the sick uiuu hml fallen lasted for dajs. The doctor, whom Nonis Hunt, looked giavr when he huw him. This utter pros- tratiouof mind nnd IkhJv left hiui nothing to work on. I'nleas uuture Interposed with her wonderful revivifj nig powers,life would w.ver out like a breath from the mucinied iKxly which seemed alrcadj to I ' who, could you I" ' l.y-ina- n k 1 k mis-take- ." without So muttering ho turned eyes that nviuR a pair of fovor-liriR(lured at him from one of the suuill-pauewindows, without hearing, the cry which ruiiR out shrilly, startling tho euriy loungers in the rooms below. "Chllderl Childerl A thousand curses " which a merciful l'rovidmico stilled on tho raving tongue. Tho patient whom Norrls hud helped lo that doubtful relugo fell buck Ukiii Ins bill, und the lu-- iu which had been weaving wild laneies all tlio night seemed to crack asunder. When Noiris kept. Ins promise by looking lu later in thu day, tho stupor Irom which hum lay in a dealh-liknothing could nmsohlm. "The ei-- ould hcruich i in it!" gram bled the landlord. " Whin a chilli's In luck, he uivcr comes near me; but let him dhrup into throuble, an' I've got him on mo back, brdadl an' It'a a folne time I'm wishln' ye, wulycr 'ould inuii of the say." ,er hnuor, the likoo' for It's notmesilf can that in mo house." ' Yon wouldn't turn the pjor fellow out in that state, Maloiieyl" 'Wouldn't I, tlunf Sure, a dlt.i in tne bouse wud ruin mo inthlioly." " IIo Is not doad ot, and 1 don't Hellove ho will die If he bin propur care. He must Jiavc it hero, sinco ho objeeted so bitterly to goiiiR elsewhere. I'll sond a doctor ar.tl charge blm to liud a lospoiiHlblu iiumo fur d "Hush, please," entreated Carol, and kept her attention fixed on the stage to tho exclusion of her unwelcome escort- - Hut In- j got was not to lie esslly rrprcned. He took udvnntuRo of the opportunity when tho curtain cauio ilnwn to break out uRuin. "Most dumes one's ees with her diamonds, don't she! You wouldn't think now that I had un Interest in diamonds, but I hnvo. I'm thinking of buying one kooii, in a ring, for u lady. Which would you advise, a solitaire or u cluster J" "II 1 am no judge, of hiicIi matters " " Well, but jouknow which jou likebest," ho K'rUtcd. "Taln't as if 1 was well enough off to get more than one, mid I'm bound to have homcthiuir of value that's I Intend it for. I wouldn't tit for the like to tlnd that she Isn't just suited." " You had better consult tho ludy mud Carol, coldly "That's what I'm doing," returned Ingot, with the utmost composure. "You don't I would go to buytuw diamond rings for any one else. hope!" Carol' patience was exhausted at last. " t me tell ,vou, then, that I will never accept such a Rift from yon!" she cried, in a guarded tone, but with the angry color lUming lu her cheek. "Oh, I wish I.yman would come! I wonder whut keeps him I" ' Same thing that holds me, being with the girl ho likes best in the world. And let i.' tell pun that yoti iM wear my ring, and thai iM'fure Christmas la here, or It will bo tho worse for- - I don't want totnake threats, but you'll wear it,'' he broke off, and there was In his voice, a look on uis .1 savage toiu face, which made the girl s heart ipmll She had read of men murdering the women they lncd, where their love was not re tin ned.uud it scorned to her that Ingot might be vipuil to hiieli an act. Sue wondered how l.yin.in could bo friends with suchumuii. She would have uu understanding with her brother, sho would not bo humiliated nnd made wretched in this ,.iy nguiu. Ho should not deny her right to the friends of her liking, and force the noviety of the man hho dutested Uhiii her. It was late when Lyman appeared, and be did not wear the blissful look of a happy lover. Ho avoided meeting his sister's ejes, and leaned back in tho corner of the carriage, slloul and absorbed, .saving all the conversation to Ingot, who was apparently not dumped by niouosyllnbi'! replies, Carol's Intention of speaking to her brother was frustrated for that night, for Ingot followed them lu, without invitatlmi. " I wunt a wonl with you, Childer. You're so precious busy on j'our own uecount nowadays that I don't know when I'll gel chance at you." Tho two passed Into the den together and were ntlll there when Carol's eyes closed in healthful slumber. when l.ymuu was in tho liroukfnst-rooshe mine down the next morning, having risen early, determined to broach the He tool; tho words out of her mouth by introducing it himself. " Ingot tclU me tint ho made what ho considers us good as a proposal of marriage hist night, Carol, and that ho did not urge an iinswer becuuso ho wuuled to give you tune to think the matter over. I scarcely think jou are inclined to regard blm favor-ublism-sou her-M'lf- ," i.ko 1 bear the stamp of the great change thai comes to ull Hooncr or later, j'ot which might neeni a welcome release to such an existence as his. Some such thought went through the doctor's iiiiiid, but Horgmau had charged him lo sparu no efforts toward the mun's rccovury, so he in turn hud his charges ou the nurse "You ure quite sure you understand business I" he asked, a little "I'm not a professional, if that's what meun, doctor, but I've been through a power o' sickness. I'll watch him faithful, fear " necr d Not a fuir sight to look at, this old woman, with her graj' locks H'dden under her closely frilled cup, but she wur strong uud willing, uud though apparently awkward, her knotted brown luuds wero tender lu their ofllecs, and after a few moments' observation, the physician went awny satislled with his assistant, and the events proved his justified. Sho was untiring m her watchfulness. and medicines The brandy and beef-tewere given with tho regularitj' of clockwork. When the change came, und tho patient began to roll und tosn in the fever uud delirium which succeeded, she knew just how fur to restrain his violence without making the restraint irksome to the tortured liody. She caught her snatches of sleep in the hours when he wuh easiest, uud was ready for the long night vigils, when the haunting fantasies crowded around the poor fellow's pillow, mukiug him moan und shtvur and cry aloud In his ugouj. Norrls gave her some approving wonls when he made his duty call ou tho third or fourth day. " We'll bring htm up again if it's In him. Such care can not fail," ho said, hopefully. "Care never saved 'cui unless the Ixird u eoarsc-featurco a sorry to do him uny harm." IIo clunci'il nl tliciiiitlcnt. win) wuh watch ing a sunbaam, uud was oblivious for the ' moment to what was going on. " He's changeable. What he don't notice one minute hurts him tho next." "Then I'll go, though I Intended to wait for tko doctor. 1 11 leave a message for him below." Hut Mr Malone.v was nowhere to bo seen whan ho reached tho lower story, and the Bubstltuttj ho had left on duty looked so stupid thnt Norrls turned back to leave his measuge with tho nurse. Hhe had come out lu the hull for u chango of air and relief to the monotony. Sho heaved a sigh us she dropped into a chair, and proceeded to adjust her heels on the window-sil- l without reference to the position of the scanty skirts. There was a pipe In her hands which she liegan to 1111. Was this the modal nurse, worthy of ull trusil "Now thut young idiot is gone. I'll have the smoko 1 am dying for. Oh. tobacco, soothing und jiotent, what will not men do transform a savage, fortheef A pipe-wilund I'm fast approaching that state. Confound it, no ligh ! uud If I go in there again, ho he'll be sure to como out of tho cat-nadropiK.'d into so obligingly." 31 rs. Crjne." "Lot me supply Tho frilled cap was pushed back, the disordered hair stood up in short locks about tho reddening face. Tho detected nurse made one wild effort to get luck her dig-nithen laughed sheepishly us she met the ej-- of Norrls. "If tho cut's out of the hag, there's no use holding It ojien for hor." "I don't know, Cnele Amos. You mo so tiuclj I can scircelj- - beliuvo my senses now." ' A nice detective you'll mnke If you are taken in by every sbain." l)o.voti mean thut you are ou thai kind of business hero!" with a sudden light bro.iklng over him. "You don't think-j- ou I would bo ' tj "That'll "Thank do, I you. gucis." Anil really exciting him I I , inserted, eagerly: " I've gol him, Nun is got him beyond a doubt." "Tell me what .you mean. Uncle Amos I Not Miller! You don't suspect hum" Of being tlio runaway Kdson, the Kdson! clocr to it bore than lie ever was down lu Texas, I'll vum! yes, I do. What's more, I'vu got the proof of it out of Ids owu mouth. Wait till you see my notes. Wait till wo get tho rascal on his fwt again, and then see the judgment that'll come.'" t'HAl'TUU XVIII. Tin: lllllll is SNAUKII. time I am through." Thou the older man's acting gave way; lie grusinsl the hand of the jounger us ho can't think" "That crimo can bo buried in thu grave! h. no' I'll convince you of that by thu mfnx It was Christmas morning, and Carol was turning a ring on her baud with a look should wear when first which no Jlwts viawiug the symbol of hor plighted troth. Il had come to tin. Firmly and persistently lutiuunecd by her brother, eagerly and confidently wooed by Ingot, in one short wit'k lliej" had ovcicouic her scruples ho far that she was lenduiR herself to the plans of the one, to the hateful seeming of submission to tho other, while lur own heart throbbed with rebellion ono minute, or sunk with cold dread the next. ' Mr. Ingot had carried out his intention regarding tho dlanioud. Tho ring was a solitaire, which he got ut a bargain the r and marred by stone being illRntly a Haw whli H ho Haltered himself would never be known uud was accordlngl.v a very fuir representation of tho uflection he offered, genuine in one souse, but affected mercenary motives which tlio girl horsolf did not mispoct. 'I hero was no Christmas feeling of peace in tho young girl's bre.u.t. nud good-wil- l set of sapphires-broug- ht Lj'mun's present--i- i a ruwh of tears to her eyes. " I would rather hnvo the corals you gave me last j ear and happiness, brother." ' "Havo a little palieuee, Carol. There's not a particle of i cason in making .vourself unhappy. See hero! I want jou to pleaso Ingot and keep him in a good humor. It will be so foolish us to refuse it. When I maks up my mind to have u thing I genemilj' get It by some book or crook, and it's u good while sinco I made up my mind to get you, my llttlo beiiuty. Kiss me, sweet, to seal the bond. "V hut, so slryj shall well, I'll not urgo you now, but pay mo for my patience someda.v, nnd soon. esu't Soon, do you' hear, my Carol llxlng too quickly for tho begin Say! shall we make n big splurge", or go uheid and do up tho matter quletlv like seuniblo people I" "Oli, keep every thing quiet," urged Carol, shrinkuiglj', only just beginning to realize what she had taken on herself. "What would her friends say If the fuet of her engagement to this man wero noised nbroudf What would they think! Tho light in which oneof them would view It was to be made known to her sooner than she expected. Tho bountiful dinner served to tho three was over. Tho gas was lit, but turued to a moonllko glow by tho softening globes. Carol walked to u window, aud, lifting the curtain, looked out. There was a holiday aspect to the street even in this quiet corner. Young couples passed arm In arm, with happiness In their looks; children trooped by laden with the sjiolls of the day; vehicles dashed back and forth filled with merry groups. The house fronts wero brilliantly illuminated, and tht lights shone out into the night with a cheer und brightness very ploasunt to sec. Suddenly Carol half turned. "Somebody is stopping here; I do believe it Is Althea. Yes, that Is tho Ever-leig- h How sleigh; that is their driver. queer, yet how good of her to come ' this night of ull nights in the year.' " Dropping tho curtain, she ran lute tho hull to mcel her friend. Lyman bit his lip with annoyance, though an eager glow burned in bis eyes. He had told Carol nothing of an informal invitation to dine at tho Kveileigh's, which ho had declined for both of them. It was queer that Althea queer he alone should come there-ho- w could feol yet her errand was a very simply one. "I was so unfortunate In my invitations," she bogan to explain. " Even Norrls me by having previous engagements, so I turned out at last and gathered up a miscellaneous party which I Hnd myself scarcely ablo to manage, and I rail away to beg you to couie and help me entertain them for an hour or two, Carol, Don't wait to usk questions. I'll tell jou ou tho way. The gentlemen may follow If they like to make themselves usoful ; but I give fair warning that I will have no drones in It is not a full dress octhe hive casion and you will all do very well as you aie." she added, with a mischievous smile. "It's very wise of you, Miss Everleigh, to take us In. "for whatevor Lyman might say, I certainly would object to having this .vounglady run away from me I've got enough Interest in her now to keep a sharp watch on her proceedings," proclaimed Mr. Ingot, with a certain amount of purpose in making the suite of affairs known to his employer's daughter. " She's been doing hor prettiest to make up a match between my girl and that fellow Hergman. She's not the least m love with htm, though Childer may think so; he's been blind us a but not to sec her drift all along. I want her to know tint 1 won't put up with any interference from her. She has always treated me like tho mud under her feetbut now sho has got to take me on an equul footing with them," ran his thoughts, while he watched tho amazed expression which dawned lu tho young lady's face. camototho rescue by telling his sister to get her wraps. Ho had declared once that they must break off their friendship for tho Everlcighs, but ho could tint thus offered Him, rcsit tlio temptation determined that it though ho mentally should bo for tlio lust time, uor could he, without absolute rudeness, refuse to let u v. disap-xiinted n bravelj on the llttlo whlto hand ho coveted. ' "That's right. I thought you wouldn't wry faces, sir, but do your duty liko a man." Almost before ho know It, he was In tho midst of the fun and frolic. Mr. Ingot held aloof, lookingon superciliously, und expressing his distaste for tho whole affair to Carol when he got the chance. to mix with such llttlo "I don't like beasts, my beautj'. Talk of Miss Evcr-leigh-'s pride' I don't see where It comes In tonight. To think of her gathering up such a rabble' I thought sho said Hergmnn could not come," with a chango of unpleasknow ant surprise in his voice. " Did he was expected, Curoll" "No," she answered, turning hot and cold by turns, as she lifted herej'es slowly to seo Norris entering. How could sho meet him with the promise she hal given her brother binding her I How could she bear Ingot's u at being pulled about. 1 No HP.FOIte Hn KXKW IT HK WAS IN THE FIKST FIIOUC. assertion of his claim wMch she was sure ho would flaunt in the other's face! Norris passed them with a quiet bow, and approached Althea. "1 was so sorry to be obliged todecllno dinner invitation that I came away bsfo-- o tho eveniug was half over to make amends. If 1 am un awkward quantity, I cau easily go again." "I wish you would," she answered him, honestly. "1 went after Carol, hoping would come, but sho has gone and engaged herself to that man. It Isn't her fault; her brothor is al tho bottom of it, I kno.w, but it will not be pleasant for either of you now. I slull want to seo Come again u J'OU." Norris bowed -- he could not trust himself withdrew as quietly as ho to sjwak-.i- ud came, leaving L.vinan, who was out of sight at tlio momeut, none tho wiser for his presence on the scene. Whatever trouble, of his own making, was closing around Lyman Childer, ho had broken awaj' from thu shadow of It for that one night. He proved an invaluable assistant to Miss Everleigh, keeping her restloss company engaged until tho hour for dismissing them arrived, when ho mado a little siieech as he handed out tho bag of sweets glud. Tho which made every child-heaold ladies had their donations of tea and tobacco, uud Julie Strong found a soft, warm shawl placed over her threadbare wrap by Althea's hands. The blessed Christmas day was at an end. Carol was relioved when her brother took tho seat beside her, leaving Ingot to mount beside tho driver on tho way home. Sho gave his hand a grateful squeeze, und nestled close to him under tho protecting robes. Hhe thought she had seen tho of a better understanding between Althea and him thnt night, and in her owu heart she was jna'.ting u resolution to trust him implicitly, at any snerifleo to hersolf. Ingot was satislled for onco to saj goodnight at the door. His bird was snared; be could ufford to let it flutter in tho net which encompassed it. Timu enough to tamo it wheu ho had it fairly in his hand. rt CIlAPTKi: XIX. Carol go. Ho banded "CAlll! NF.Vrn SAVED 'KM UNI.r.ss TUB I.OHD NO WIl.t.KI) IT, er willed it, man," siwko tho nurse, .l M" si 0 M ( . 'LB &- -' griuiry. In v, " my dear!" You must know that 1 utterly detest blm, Lyman." ."Detest! That Is a atrong word. I hopo you havo .your feelings sufticiontly under control to halo the fact from him, for u time, at leant. I think you would make a sacrilleo tor me, Carol, If 1 wore to assure you that il is necessary and for a worthy purpose." "Not If tlio sacntlco Is to-- to accept that mint," sho declared. "Uutlf it is only to seem lo accept Unit I I give jou my word that I shall novor ask you to' marry blm. Ho Is not thu inuii 1 would ehooso for your Husband, if I wanted toiulliieuco your choice. That Is a thing I shall never "do, little sister. Your own heart mtiRt bo your guide, utid i that bo, llxed oven upon onu whom J dutoat, I prom-Ino you that I will never raise an objection." Tho bright head drooped, una u ulush crept Into tho clear cheek. "Must I explain to you why I am asking 1 think tho Lord has willed it sending you to us, Mrs. Crane. If 1 am ever sick I shall send for you to nurse mo." wouldn't," sho answered, short-l."No, "It's thankless work, and you ure ono of tho thankless kind." " Well, this poor fellow will have reasou to bo grateful to you, at any rate, if he is over grateful to any ono in the world." "I doubt it." she muttered, und Norris loft, thinking her one of those queer, contradictory characters whoso hearts aro better than their speech. I'or some rcuson the woman, old and uncouth us slu was, lingered in his thought. "It keeps coming like a dream that I havo seen her somewhere before, though that isn't probable. Once seen, she ought never to bo forgotten," ho mused, and began to upon Miller's chances for life. Would its burden bq blessed or cursed to hiuif Would ho live for repentance or ovlll Some of tho responsibility would rest upon Norris cither way, lie fancied, and ho began to study how ho could help tho outcust to begin uncw. There was u change for the better when ho saw his iiioUiif ngaln. Miller was bolstered up in tho bed. Tho deep fovor flush had left his face, but there was still a wild brightness In his hollow "Whut do you thmkl" bo uskod, in a penetrating whisper. " Can ouo hide u crime in thogruvoJ l'vo tried it. Do think It got out again! I'm uf raid she has It theni, hidden under her apron," nodding feebly toward the nurse. Then an ag- - "True, but ClUOI. Wis TI'KNIN'O A 111X11 OX 1IKU IIANII. never do to show blm such doleful looks. If you ure bound to undo ull I mil working for say so at unco uud by your I will glvo up I will give up my scheme. the best hopes of uiy life with it ; but what does that matter when weighed ugaiust a oj-c- girl's whim I" Ho spoke impatiently, staring moodily at the tire, where a great coal tolled over and winked its llainlugej-- nt him, as If lu appreciation of some untold joke. "If I only understood a little better," murmured Curol. " Do you mean that by doing this I will help you to gain Althea!" 'Hy not doing it jou will be the causoof my losing her, and more so much more, that you as well as 1 will bo sorry, sorrv to the end of your life." "Oh, Lyman!" ' "There is no use of our talking. Onco choice." and for ull, j'ou shall take How hard and cruel men enn bo to tho women who lovo them! Lymun know that ovory word ho uttoied cut through that tender heart. Ho knew also what tho choice would be, knew that ho would Havo uo trouble after this In having his own way. Mr. Ingot was Invited to dinner. Ho e the two girls into tho sleigh nnd tucked the robes around them, promising gully to bo with them within half an hour. When they wore fairly off, Althea turned to look her companion severely m tho face. " What did that man mean by His talk, havo not promised him Carol! Surely nnv tiling to give him reason to siie.ik as ho to bo frank with me, for I didf I want have lioeii giving hopo to another lover of .vours, quito unwarrantably, if thoro is any thing lu this." Carol Held up the hand on which Hashed Ingot's gift. "This Is from him, Althea.'' "And vou havo given up Norris for this man 1 never would have believed it I can not believe It now. What can you seo in him, coarse, vulgar, no more to boco-nj"u uun.pared Willi -- on,v.uroii "" u. "Mv duty, 1 hope," murmured Carol, lu n tones. "Don't talk of it, afraid 1 shall cry, and Ly- lease l'm ........ ",!. . 1 !.l u, " " man hates to see me wim i unhappy, and it will bo worse Althea! I im if you are angry with me. We can bo friends just the same, can wo not!" " With that man between us I I doubt It. Hut at any rate I cau't afford to qunrrel Here we are, and thero with vou ure my visitors, wondering whut has bo- como of me." It kim it miscellaneous party Miss Lvor- lcigh had gathered In. whether from somo passing whim, or a growing wiouguuumess and charity which believed in bringing these starved lives within tho light und color of her own. Thero wero about twenty boys and girls of varying sizes nnd degrees of" raggedness, two or threo bent nnd wrinkled crones, and a pale, protty girl of twenty, who wus telling tho story of the Olass Slipper to sucli as chose to give their attention to her, " Cinderella had no trouble in putting it on, so sho married tho prince, und Tommy Htirke. If you throw another peanut sholl, I will seo that you get in ornngo to take Meggy, what are those two homo midgets quarreling over! You can't bring that pipo out here, granny; Miss Everleigh would not liko It. Ask thu girl for another cup of tea if you wunt It to brace up your nerves. Now, young man, 1 caught you pulling Sissy Durko's hair. Aren't ashamed, when you wore asked hero, like a gentleman, Just to show you whut Christmas is liko! Oh, Miss Everleigh! I havo dono my best to keep thorn amused." "llutthoy havo beeu almost too much for you, have thoy, Julio I Come, children, did Carol, this is vou ever piny Julio Strong, who sows for mo sometimes. See If you two can not devisu something less noisy by the timo tho gentlemen nrrlvo. tho fox, and 1 want this red headed boy f oi Now, sir, get I will bo tho mother gooso. any of my goslings away from me If can." TJie gentlcmon had followed closer than was expected of them. They came in before tho noisy gatno was over, while Miss EvoiielRh stood panting, Hushed nnd in the nildut of her clamorous throng. " Yu get the Idea of what is expected of "Mr. you now," she said, luiighiugh. Childer, 1 intend to blindfold you, und let u u heart-broke. t. t. u u that man, ' said Althea, with some bitterness; and thoso words kept repeatingtliem-selve- s throughtho liu'iongnight. His liMi'.rt " !jbe tts CIIOI'IM) IX TIIU UtltK gono and engaged herself to in tho mind of Norris Bergman chill. j-- id gone down with it sudden Ho was depressed uid unhappy, but not entlrol.v Without Iwpo. " Her brother is ut the bottom of it," Althea Hud declared, and ho believed it. need not uecossanly follow ujMiir such an arrangomont as might have boon brought of Hie two men. uuoutby the No girl of spirit would ho so driven, uud that Carol hud spirit he knew, for had sho not dolled her brother when Lymun snubbed him, and closed thu door lu his faco I Of herself, he felt surovl'urorTmld never turn to lugot, and for tho test, mardago to think that she had ovor tolerated lugot, but there was comfort in knowing that she, too .was unhappy Her ;. drooping face had atsured blm of that. Altogether, Norris might have suffered more than hu did that night. Ho was liko ono who refuses to boliuve tho that come to him, aud Althea did her best to keep up his spirits Wheu he saw her again. " I drovo around there this morning," sho snid, "determined to get ut the bottom of bu uufm.tumv Carol tho who,e was ollt. Don't look so blue, Norris. I shall R0 aRUn tomorrow, and the dny after, and overj- - du.v, until I succeed in finding out what that ogro of it brother- - means by badgering her into taking such u step. Deto pend ou mo to smooth the waj' for bring ulioutau undcrstandingof your own." Hut for onco Althea overrated her powers. Sho did not seo Carol when she called for the second time ut tho house, uud ou tho third day Carol came to seo her. The girl was still pale, and quieter than her wont, but sho spoko of her eugugemont qulto as a mutter of course. "I do not expect it to bo of long stand Ing," said she. "Mr. Ingot has already broached the subject of ,i spoedj- - marriage, aud, while nothing Is settled, I may say that 1 feel Hound to yield to his wishes so far as I can." ' Aro you really going to let this thing go on, Caroll It will bo the mistake of your llfoifyou do. You ure not deceiving me ouo iota. 1 know brother has mado this mutch because he luttes Norris; it is he, not lugot, who is liurrj-inj'ou to thu end, uud It is more tliuii unreasonable of him it Is wicked What right has he to make your life miBorablof If It is done with tho viow of sparing him any thing, be assured that it will fail. The penalties which a man own acts will find him out; tliorofore, my llttlo martyr, do not think of no matter sacritleing yourself to what ho may urge. Ho true to yourself, aud to one other.' Miss Everlelgu's earnestness Had carried her loo far. Thoro was an indignant Hash In tlio soft eyes that wero raised to meet hers steadily. "You ure deceiving yourself, Althea. Lj'inun hus done nothiug imtUiuu to rauso to speak like that. What I am doing is ot mv own free will, not to Mease him " - " I' bill llllitt II " It was a cross I! u g 1 u .,. ... 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Ho Is the presiding ehlernf the chun-Description itreecnioaucr i.. ,..., ... iii ..... ) .... ... ... ... rich dark ha), .mil i'etin?reepoints, nn a white is a ,ii n,. ,'uiivi ) h,nr Mime ilia iiniifl if n with black one finrii In nn ancestral huiiso, tune lulu's on lum. heavy inane and tail, 15H hands high aikI lilt breeding .iiialiilei, I from thv city of Fnoehtm, In- - uii taught nt a perfect model At to colts, v.Meh ate mmaim an early age to renil diligently tlio Confucian refer to any ufhitlatt year' large, fine anil mini without a single exception, IkxiI.s. Kor tvn years Ik continued this color neiow it nit ticuiKrec. HKKKClll.OADF.K.Uiy, frsaltd in 18 No. 47 schooling, ami, being imturnlly of nn Introllv linti. Hlllct, 150li'tiviMtisxiltioii, the spiritual iile of his 1 t 11 u IS Mi. dam Nellie Vifev. (i:rand dam of lllnetle " nuttin nipnil) dex eloped When lieniu lit Hub lolin hv Air Churchill. dam Mary years old his mother stitlilenly illiil (IN riiitclcc.uit Jcrtey l.ni. will mind al my Stable Al- tlilt neaion, at $ J, CASH, at tune of tervice, lather' burden "ore growing heavier ami j dam iiy Imp. Mnritrata Brand dam of Klni Innto vtitli privilege of return if mw it not illir.itf. heavier, hl brothers mul lux sister were too 4 dam Mittlelne, by Chettiiire. small to take care ul thcnisclve, anil no hn 5 dam lllack-eyei: II IIUKNSIDK. Sutan by Tiuer. Ill dam by Albert to la'arli school tu onler to dam b Alsenne 7 It was while cngngeil in S dam by tlrey Alfred the f.imlly VII.I.IA.II tin pursuit that ho Una heard of who 9 dam a mare jmrchattd in irKinn by Cpt lie. IliirhmUe fur breedmi;, but hoe pedigree it U'llcvid in Jestl. Thoy were cnllts.1 Hong icV wllh nieult My line jack, Willi.un I.jle, , now lott; believed to be by Amencur. Kavs.l r , tu Itci em of Uueday la da.m by Imp MonVey Kflte, 141, I.uihN huh, aired d) I lc t Imp J.uk and 0111 i ,1 uplendiil jennet, will in ikr the c.imhi nltilcon ii visit to n friend' school he uiotu ii dam by Imp Medley til iSttntmv uble bctwcrii tin' DhiiviIIc.V Stan13 dam by Imp. Shark Clnit mil ford mul D.umlk' , lliiMiintillv plkrt, dam by Imp I'earnaught i 11 lit interest was excited hy tlie talk thnt eniitil, hi, htvirt wni ready to believe, iut Have alvia rooJ JaiV, that mill terve mare at AT $U TO 1N3UKE A LIVING OOL.T. hi intellect rebellcx!. Then follow ed n long Six Dollar, n tame term at the horte. M.I tot purled with lorfiitt ni.iir.iii' c mil inonr I'attiire for mare at Si 50 per month. No peritHl of lntrr.pectivp thought. year A I S TKVIS (.ills due (i It K.WX.r.MAN i?l t nnsl liy Out1 day he heard an elrtient Ily II M Juhninn, Axenl 14 Sia Sel (Jnj, missionary prnit'lier u Hut It was not until thn deeply ulfo'Utt BLACK DKXiMAKK! ilwitlmf m tint Inhii child that lie dually TIIK Tl'KIMV IIUIISK, Ixfiinu-i- i Christian Will make the pretcntieaton at I.. I) Gamer's 3 Hi friend and relatives pithorcd round and nulet from k ran Urchard, on the Manf ird piki, endeavorvd to x'ruail hltn to worthip idols Itay ttallion, foaled in iS3j. 6 handt und weight and wilt cre inarct at uclleaitcd. ot the child, hut he toxl MniL ntnnoundt He l of fine ttvle andby la Ix'hiilf Mettengcr Chief, Jr wat ured When the child ilutl repmnchei1 were heajxil Chief iSjs by Abdallah Pilot. Kirtt dam.Ieen;er SIOlOIUMirC uptm him for donlitlliR tlieMiU',rnnd elllrucy ter to (icnl C.eorRC II. rhoniat, ire or Scuit honi.it. record 2 i by .Mambrino Mettengrr; ad, Moncy due when la. tit ateertamed or mare part, of the idolft. From that day he bnlievwl. ed with dam by Mambrmo Chief, jd dam by Imp, Illack IVenmark it Detcriplion and Pedigree fthdamby I'cnipetl. jth dam by Iiuer; 61I1 lomlHii- dam hy Dirnaby't Diomede. 7th tlamb) Cannon's II tcari iild thit tnrintf. It black, a Nu ttyl. Whin flth .lam liv Shinn't. Paraxon . ... id ed liore,liiic f anion tan., atlitui, and a .iod breetlei nlil Mumwall Jjikmn, he by Sired by the MetteiiRer Chief Jrt nam iiy Verinnut jr, a.hinutxii Denmark, lie bj the dam by Imp. Si.thian, jd dam by lloniier't uray Miller'told Illack flcnmark't mile race horte, lienmark 4th dam by Dnttutt'i I elecraph jr by Vermont, dim b Dliver Me dam b I nitader, itrand dam l) llblkbiitn't Vermont $io to Insure a UviiitfColt sa SANIIinfiK AIIKAII. Till COMIIINK') STAbI ION, IIIU FANCY SADDI.K STAI.I.ION. WALLACE DENMARK, I r'c,i Mihognny bay, ,, Foaled Ma 1, lira. hands high, heavy inane nnd tall: it strictly fine and fain y, it buth a natural and pltataul aaddlerl in harness breeds fam and when iuietly He it Ingii tail sl)lt nil In ill goas list- a Irotter sides lo the third generation. Is bucked hy tlior- oughbreds on limb sides, 1n.1l.111g him ttry active and siirighlly in gut, In form and finish a perftstl llewnsaireil b) Mimpltr Dtniuaik. hn by m.xlel lauddard't Deniuaik, lit bj Inline Ik l'ioltlells by ilir rai horse. Dti.mar-- , he by Denm.rk Hi, first dam was. red by hir Imp. Iledfrf'rj h bv Sir 1, , hi by I' ..I untcr s s,,r Wallac, ill Miwrt. ihi r uighbrril. d duiu b Virgiiiius, clafl llioroiighbreil kt ky tha f irgmius bv Ir.in'-dr-e1 'IHasmlet 11 IDonraaris - - GrDEROTT, 1 1 j ' tin' LYLE. 111 dis-trin- e furat-iident- MESSBNGKllGHLEF.JR Hill iii.iVe Ihc se.iso-- i of in. ill my HaMo near She by City, in I incoln cniin'y.nn the Shrlli I ity and Knob Lick liimpi e road, ut i cath for the ens in, with no in tut. Hue, or ilo to mtiirv .1 iting right colt, tnuiid and Hiiiul-- t Ileniuar n.nlar Imy, with p titty nt ity e und .irlf.ii. hat big mil mid Inline, sliitiilt 16ears M this spring- As j yrarhands high, 0 il combined fiortr be bn-- no ttipcrtiir. If an eiptt , an tlrtt iniiet in various in Kentucky having Kairt in the Stiiletn tin ler tmld f nnd in sad. mode' rings, nnd now mi hiiinett horte, a combined anil t year e d horse, I d c horte, its be iese he has not a peer in kentiick), lliiiil et Dtlllil.tr it by King Denmark, ht by Star Denm.ir .he by Jones' II mi ir , ht by oil Hue Denmark, the 4.111I e rue horttr lit b Imp lledgtfiird I'lrst dam bi Chorister, he by Canirnri, Impnrt-ea.l 1I.1111 tiy Jim llnwti,Hliy (II ti' ScmiMllis and he by Sir Archie; third dim h Duke of latrch-er- , 4th dam b l'lr.ue 1111U he by Clmm-lifth dim by Ktntttt y III iwnm ami he by dam by 61I1 dim by llr it is, th Imp lllnttnm, Spedal Ir t Deiimar 's dam bv obi .tain ion, 1 dam b I'.uierv ,V Walker Wtwixr. It itiitedtess to vi that for nnrwes unJ saddle, .mil for action, beauty, sty e mnl t ennct as u brreder, Hitmlel his nt suiMrlor, ami lit Irjnsmit. to hit olTtpiliig thett iu of my auprt.iail.ili of As u fors, I give l mid an indoceiiiotii fir rwtue.iassitn. ky Ham Jto In renilumt fi r the bet three 10 Fair ct to le shown In 1II1 at the Dtnsllle ('nM)d isttturt will be fiirmaktit ill !' 3" !' ' I M kr llliilllh r.ini.i nudtieiiii Httetltlotl given mtrtt In prevent neihliitt, but wl mi t'ie e shun d any occur RXNHlDlilv it 11 11 11 11 11 llest-for1 1 111 1 1 cl br.,ted M.im.ii s S lni, 1 d. in 1 Wlupp mar. De nn r. thos ; 1st dam by .MiSui of V.il ller's Drum irk. he bv th rice horse, Dtiiin his dam p' nre . ,l daoi bv Monigmiiery's tl ! str, 3d Is in u od Ihcrm. u I '.in it a fiiin,siaM4t h stm, h t I. with h.M. in lie an I till; 1$'. hartd high, isa n l.uf.l s.di.i .tmlwi, waira.il Aim 4 tiiadle bleeder. 1 JsAsCOI I his ftne lai k is by In ml, be by Imp I'llermo, , isi d.m by Idi'.inson s Simpson, he by Imp dam b linn lltitrand Jaco's 1st dam id b Ilia Hawk, ad nam by lippiianoe. I lusisa haiid.uiiie Jaca, 3 yeart old, ijt hands high, b a k ailh Ineai note Will serve a few Jennets Iht a'Nise stuck wi'l miiVe the season of itH ut iiiv farm i1, nn es from Hustniit.l'e near Carptn-lir'"M.111011, aiitl wil. he pcrnulleil to set vt by the insurant t, WALLACE AT $12 50, TOM AT $8.00, Muni-ninths t,u il 1 rtuitb CI ilOiR-illHIDlV- v'JH,, , J.-s- oiii 1 Naxi-Icon- f5 i AROUND THE HOUSE. t'ur-iiiture Wall I'apors Kciiuvotinj; Ilnelut stain. A good wall ground for pictures is olive gray. Let thcbluulo bo darker or lighter, Bccordiug to tho body of tho picture. Other pood grounds for pictures are French or light lavender gray, dark bluo, deyp dark freen and Indian red. A very attractive paper for a bedroou: comes in rose pink and iale bluo hues, witl on overlaid design that looks like whltj figured lace. Somo of tho new wnll papers are out in tho style known as outline in finely executed perspective, the ground ling liht. Whero wall xuielanro introducod tho decoration of tho panels should bo in keepitu; with tho wnll twper pnttenu Ilnrtl Oil I'liiUli for Kiirnllurr. A convenient articlo for tho housekeeper to havo on liar.d during t!:o soarou of furniture renovation Is it email can of hard oil lluUh. This gives a good, bright polish over varOld and deeply nished und waxed surface scratched furniture will need to bo scrapetl and sandpapered lieforo applying it, but that which 13 only slightly marred nay have the smoothoil down with n sharp imperfection knife, taking caro not to enlarge them. Furnituro in fairly good coadltion can bo touchwl up on cracks and blemishes with the hard oil finish applied withacoft lirush the sizoof a lend pencil. Soma kind of bhxnishcs can lo remedied by taking a little of tho fluish on n bit of cloth held over the thumb, and rubhlug them out. Wheruit panel or tho wholo of any article is to bo go:io over, a vamish hrush alxut an inch and n half u ido U uv.il. Tlio HnMi Is put 011 with a I'jikj btroku that extondj ncni-the section 0110 is working on, tho samo m vamish, and uhun done it must be let nloutv Tho piece of furnlt:iro Is left to dry ir. a room free from dust. Tho herd oil finish, If too thickr is thinned with tin'i-entin- Maud tenner Chief Sr produced the following .Martei a js; nettie Metsengrr j i1,, Abel Manning a ij'j M a 30 (iii a w1,. Robert H S a as. Messenger Curl J so, a iy'i. Kalhenne Preity llelle a J8, Singely Mettener a 14Messenger Chief Jr will make the taton of 38 7t, - AT $15 TO INSURE A UVIHC COLT.' ;i3.f.iAn:KMiDT., m.-n- 'I'M v' vr' -- I NtlSfoJ'Sr:?lH ijp K?Hii-i.i- 1 Wf M iTlhic I This it a tery stylish colt, kind and senile In Ill.11 kutoiit nromites to be a ffieat horte harnett He hat site, ttyle, bone and tub for the tiud KN HOI. Will make the teaton at Man e I.AKS on the same lermt at Messenger Chief Jr Iloth horses will seasonat my farm on the More- und and Carpenter's station turnpike, a miles from llustnnville ,, J K IIAl'villMAN 1 .- -. re lll.uk ttallion, handt high, ln.iled in 14, sired ll Almoin Prmce Firtt dam by Komnlus AlI'rince by Almoni ji, tire nf ?6 performert Hit dam tne dam of Mullie Lent;, in the a 30 htt 16 - rd a 31 ' 1 ' i " Itimket Ottont in. Tho outer Kitrfaco of the IwsUct ottomau depicted in our cut is covered with of somo dar!s color, tvhlch U nrranl in puffs, tho latter Iwlnu dividnl Iiy I muds of felt, which have ciubroidurcd with fancy ht itches In coloitsd crouch. A crochet edging, workcil with doublo sephyr wool, iliiis'.ics tho upper nnd lower edges. A U-c- hit protwrty and turn conllscat him Yet all tin from his homo. time lie continued to preach thw doctrine of Chntianity whenever he found an optxir-tuultin the autumn of IMxj he n to tht circuit. In ItsT) he n crdaimtl by Buhop ICingsley. and dirtricL ieiit out to tiuvtl tho W hlle engaged in performing thH duty bis iiiu mm eiiiiiiusenti several iniirit in me city of an old man enme to the ehupel with a knife hid in hi sleeve with the 'avowed Intention of killing him. Slu S-On"; received him so kfudlv, however, that not iuiiiinoii tin h. to iiirrv lout bis purpo. A oar afterwanl the evangelist entered Usin n work which nftel many trials mid discouragements led to the! givitot triumph of hi life it hail been hif Hiiibition for home time to make the church in China self nupiwrtin. Ho now resolved to take tho In.t'atire ntep. IIu withilivw nnssion's pay Iit and from the Cbino-tii bnid the church nieinliert to aupport tiieir preachers. In the uprlng of IsTO h wiLHiippoiuteii to hold the quurierl) meeting at KeiisUIang The keibxin wa rainy It I diflictilt tocon-ceivotho jKiverty nnd misery of lhe little congregation The chapel was very miimII. Hour, and no ventilation ex- I had a wet mud cept such u tho door afforded. Yet even rim dismal pluco wad preferablo to the wretclnil houses that served as homes for the ' meizibera. Consequently thoy gatheieil together in tho chapel to tinolco and chat. It was In this placo that Bia Bck Ong says he had n vision akin to that which came to Haul of Tarsus. y Hok-chian- g llok-cuiau- g Ilok-cbian- g eotii-iie-, i to and the knowledge that he had udopt.-ChristiHiiity proved very detrimeuul t hi interests He Oeca me tho object ot ending persecutiotiA. His eru family tietiiuif nu bitterest enemies, fiis neighbor tbreateneti SlA SKK ONO In the spring ol INU he was received Into the cliureh. ,He wa.t still a tearher, ill IJOtJlJi.1 . iiniiritlXTinn IJll. V I nanus j incut Mred C Mock, Danville. K Chief, sire f Maud Messenger by a t6'-First ilam a fatt natural pacer, by Young pacer I elegraph America: ad dim bv Onttot ake cp-- ike, recurj Young America b Onstot Telegraph dam b Old Sweeper pacer by Shelton's Telegraph pacer) lie sired the Phe- a nominal Lucy Pope, record a 3$V and trial Ills nreeiling on aam siue is very inucn lice je-rome Iuruer's a it;,, their dams being of pacing lineage, and many others too numerous to men I he tion pacing blond has helped 10 produce See a id and Nutwood Maud S, aoSl,. Jay-K1884. liay siailion. bred by 4 l H .. !"' ".' . . ,. i, I 111 e alSh Prince Mesvcngcr will make the seaon at care and kreesling wilt WltMl rtctltemy personal attention Crass fnrnjthrd at isMMMak rites, to be iwtil far befme remt.ul Htt by I'.tl sson Ir Ii by I'.ricuoii (6ln t t. Nt Mtmbrino l hief, by Mtmbftnn I'.iymtslef, dam afttssck. I'uilingrtsponstla Ity for accidents nr with stuck fur fails the iMstitunc. the dam of Oolsattl a jo. Hi aii slleJ tt and bet I lie ' MT.I.I.F. CAKl'ILS'TKR datikliiers are the dams of it in tUl. is half brnlktr to KrK, icsrdiift 1 ah, atu 4 sear old ami sold la Kuutil lloahrr that Jg for jhv"s First duai h) lladoc b old Piiui, sireul I'llot Jr. I'llot Jr stitst aaHis ul W Inp Win j to list Stonewall JaiKton't dam b) AbdalUh, Set its, MjiiJ S iolf,, NatwcMsd a lit-- , au i ih h Mcdoc her u.i in Mcntbflbo CNltl stresl laid) Iboinc III. AC K the .' soilsl Will altn .lull mr two fine lack IlngHvIt J ty(, ill, , Wswdfaid MembniMi HAWK and I'ltlNt K Hay lltnf) J as) ., I'lsk s MtmbflHo Chief i l (iAItNKIt'X I rah Orchard M .Mtwbna.1 Star . ) Meatbriao I'llot i a, .Norili I'risatr m..: ji 3 teas u age vi h ill mile track ti wagon i t , Mar a IV. hinds l.ncswii Jr is a sulid ol k, 16 baadt high and theDuk hr. r.l. r and Ihc high Diebrfinest horse, highest d burse In wtich itsv Hounds litis a horse that recutn Kentucky ulfcrcd to the mends kimsclf tscn if ht kad no ptdigrtt but slid on trims sn liberal publi at so Itne a pike should nakt biw ptHsexiag the bl.d that he i Ike Itar sta' ton, is bunds nud iiicliliub, will mnke ont vf will bgrainiest st,,liiuns in Kenluck) $30 to a Living Colt. sires tbr s'cuvin ! , al the stabli-- t ,,f inlMnun .V Kuins, l.aiitstt-r- K., $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, Ily VII.KIN, MICAWIIIUt a. AT S25 TO INSURE A LIVIHC COLT. If payment it Jefcrre I lill after wtaalisg lime, Srt of Itlack Prince a acli. ingslry ahd Parting with ur 15 will be added. mart the .lam ul iHtck Jack. a:tts Mrnii-l.j.t mr u. lenders mulie) due W ill aim ataad dm- if marv it Mrted with tine jack. n, of In. 01 it have ulrttid) cimie. lilt firt Dam AI.LI'.V. the) ure tine and large Mr Kttberl l nllifr Im. one und viy it it ihr bett c,Jt err fiull uii bit 'trial atnnVa.ansI tbt dam af Albett I'ranee, t'Mrtf place All the fir aii) otie has ever lud in re ., ., a mr gard to Ins bmtliiig nut thai bit cults wih.1 I be At 5 on same conditions as ahottwilk St isddtd baajs if nut pud otfoie weaning lime He 11 cm-- ' small, tb colts lliai bav.' come prove m lb llyltsDVK s IIAMIIt.lil-ONIA.VHktgk, black with mealy points and geineral maketrary lllueniiHil is b A esandvr s IMImioil , m,h Owns! dam I.ADV OKIsU'OLD. K h ItlUI.I.I. of.M, tandi-rAbdallali and Hell b Mamoriii.i up UrM class. emu, wimis uie wreiw ruiwi,i isr,. and a half milts from lluslooviUe am ike a ti Trial h J llustosisillt and I.iberi) I urnp,ke l.iacola . .., A V.rl .Urn, kc- ( -- J .,.... cotnily B) Hl.VINfi MDkliAN b ImrxrteU li encx lliurttugbbnI bo ut trf U'lkMsM ,MIMwrv. sirtslln Itysdyk' Ham- Milltsiaicl by lniNnrtl Moiurcli ail dam Olnu MstsMXian, dam lady Hremn, Jam nl llckts-feV- , Kclipvc jd dam b) lartic l.kilnl llhuk Hawk a avka.by Seehry's American st4r, gland itana by Mr Ini)nvr li.indl.-- IUiiixihioi two months , N'taxx-Utne-eson uf l.tnce, ssm uf America lust skisoii tic .111 in thie be can toil u gssstt ICcHMsr . lie IrtMU'il Mr I.M tier's tmck truck in M WilWIns Micawker died touog and Itft IhM few when to a, I i)MnrtHr I hse week ctdta , hut (rum his great auresi, rich hrcMf mg and limed by Mr f.lchrr. He mude a 3) .niinilt itiagnMe-rn- i lor m. be gae- - hnndanl prtWHUct Uf a gosd race al l.ixintoll odsiderniK be was Hi Ho must brilliant Career, both on the track and tu (he 4 lis being fiMirtii stud Mainr I llom.is Morton, ul .Vrtv Vtirk, IIV MLIKOI'DLIIAN. I.M.I KM AN A- r'AKKI.s ssriMi- us that be lelsmrd lor Wll'.tns Mrraw-- . A- - m I.HiKi.in Kr SmiiI Kydk's llambktoniaa ktrluat .1 skort lime belori his dauth an ullur at Data. JOKITF, V).o.hi. and Ike great drts rr, t arl llarr, say that be bus ilw.tts imwl4errd t tat in tbc death tt Ily III.OOD CHIKI', vt, Wtlklns Mi. nsber bleeders tioliluesl the lisas uf Sire of I'anme Kubuisoti, t iK imeof th vert greater of all the grnal suns vd 1 .1 Krrt-snJ- r fotir-lajlr- . UMllCOll, JACO atiisforj i, k .alt and Second cousin to Maud S Ityr-Se- t and tn far Jennet.' Nnl- - Stock committed te iu J) HARKAWAY,2875. N--- j,m,, 3L"CTBM02!TT. if, S-- is 1 Insure t:ro, ) 111 e.i-.- PISACOCK, JR., ! nt ,,,, ' t hihikt-IWLilVL- i .,!,, ' l'o K.-a- - I d Bin'Aw, 1)548 a, tbi-n- r mil, 111 ii. - j Kysdk's HawMtMiiaiaw. dam Itvsdvk'a llamMctonUn.Mlioslred N"l!i tire and HyaciHth by duuier, ajrandam Clara, thtni of dam oil I MtKAW.W has sired 40 a jopctlnrmers Desier-anAasvrwaH Mar ami has sired nit s,m,s who hast sires! over fsso IlKiatof, br srli-'one a ju performer and has sired the dams nf jet per mile mllh ,he Somerset pike, l 'Plus tine stilliiin will m ikt the ir.l-n- n 01 iS"e, al MutrotKiHlati is ackiHusteidgtJ by nil M Al m). farm farm, J iiiilc--t tniiu M uif.nd. ml the Manlurd of the besit, and by asaH) lhe sery Istat bred stalfarm. r with records nl 1 tu 01 atanloru proving lion ever foaled lis full sisitr, Rant Vtna. kirn the greatest trotting hnrse and hitler, that hat and D.iiimIIc piki, progenitor Mj Jack soW at Iht M I'tiran sale lor ij on lira hsgamt ytt appeared M I Ilk, the ,1am of llarkatvav, ---prist rsrr (Mid for a br.wid as ale at public slt M uftt of his three grealest dangtilirs. Ike only AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. Two fillkes bt Mfsropolltah, ntMihtr 4 which hnrse approaching lUsd v'a llamblelimas a site J Wfli iTAOwi HT1"T3 OT'KrrVTiT f $10 to Insure a Uviiijj Colt -- VermontHambletonian 111V Meirofsohtan, d b llambk-tiinia- nl s h AJNUl HatKollen al right and it now read) for service WI,,MnJ mit$ia 50 for mares ani for jennets 1530 for ajack coltand $15 for a jenuet-to- tn surealitiiutoit each mtaiice. M ". II VL'tiHMAN, Stanford, K) n 111 , ISTALLK)NS t besnut FOR 1 888. im COVKllKD IIASKKT OTTOMA.V. if; The lid of the laUet is cudiioneil anil covered with puir cjthhinero to correspond with tho bide. Over tlio cashmero of tho lid is spread n t;ir hhajl cover of felt, in which tho divisions aro embroidered, edged with n band of contrasting color und Unified with n cluster of ball tassels at tho points'. Cherry, Walnut Hint jl.tlwirruny Slnlns. Staiiif of vnriotu kinds mo in biich u.so nowatlayo that tho following by Decorator and recipes roeoiiimoudcd Furnisher are of intert. Tho llit is for a good cherry staiu; 5Ilx together, by stirrings "0 quart of spirits of turpentine, ouo pint of Japan, on Iound of Venetian red ground in oil, nnd tw6 ounces of dry burnt umber. Apply with n brush and wij)oofr with n cloth. Finish with ono coat of Hhollnr and two coats of varnish. A thin solution permagnato of potasxi iu hot water will mako u good wiliiul color. aiply Hcvcral , allowing plunty of time for drying U'tween each coat, lioiletl oil may l)0uod twn )")lish. If a littlo tttfix3ii tine, I added to tho oil it will work easier. A very lino mahogany stain Is niado by boiling in one gnllon of water eight ounces of fustic The old rtilu is to xtivak tlio wood lieforo it is quito dry with black stain U produco tho grain of mahogany. ca-itn- it IlreitUfiist nr Tea Dlsli. An excellent dish for breakfant or ten cai lx mode with tho cold veal left from dinner. Melt two tnblcwiioonfuls of butter in tho frying pan, add ono teasjwonful of Hour and stir till smooch; then add onocupful of water, or stock if you havo it, and Eoasoti with salt When it Iwils add ono quart of and pepper coarsely chopped cold vial. Itit thU heat thoroughly, I lien dish it up on slices of nicely nrownod toast. A droptied ogg put on tho niiddlo of lucIi si leo of toast and veil is llkod by bomo. Servo nil ns hqt as possible. a and 10 Princeps, &, the aire of Trinket iUl4j 1 OkQ JsJ othrwithftoriUola,p.or bsiUer, by tVoodford O II A I I VJa. M liV, D I llambleUMiiau, bv Ah.l.ili.lh, sire uf Mambrino aai' IJ I Ji Kwlik's asm Mambrma Chtf and Sir V I'llc-- j a7, 1st dam bv 1'b.irie Kent m.ire, Wisulbine, dam o( edaitw'd an ...I'irst dam ........ ... llnu... . .. - lni.li, bv Out- - live-- , by lllshop l(J bv Imb adil.int .Inw len llroctk, tt..H.. Ilav Ii irte if handrilisnsi. ,i.ici by Imp Mrs be-fc- re dam d.uu of Fellowplay and Drake tarter by ilamlilvtnuiiin. ,(d dam SiUc-rt.iltrial a 16 ,, ny KvsdvC'a llHiublctunlan 1 the aire ul Planet, aa dam. t;rolilc, Fellow r.)fi sand Spend Nettie a IS and J7 others with rucotds uf a pi ur !.' hrift'sdam, by Lexington, Jd dam Flotme, llutrauaa, trial aAs,j by Tom letmer, jd tkit also ot the dams uf Trinki t j 1 and 3J by Cannon's Whip, ih dam by Itobin liray tlo toiliesttui book by Imp t,lmoe i Four year old record a tt uf 1 ,11 nr mn hvi lluiiil.,, ,r. It,.. mI... .,1 A V llnlllttd fur extended pedigree,. ind find nn richer bl od l.o tillie'ri. Willi t lllll'i. Illack Hawk, Volunteer 35. sire ot m Julien a and find the line he conies nt, DimiiMlfOIy OViaier a 17 ' SKVKN IV I'lVl. DoLI.AUS to racing calander mr. bi: sso.v. Vcrnnmt Dimn und other both by sire and dam illumines lis brightest pages sire uf Lilian Aitc'v-Volunteer ss by lluutblcuaaUn 10 Hook full f..r its He combines the iIimI lug n is siic- of tile' il.i'ins ul Knigma, a Mi, and also I'irat dam Lady Patriot, nam of Stnllnol t acjrj by witligreatailiievements ul Mainbrinu llruct-- , the irt- - uf 1 uung I'utrlut of Olencoe, Lexington and Phaeton, the latter thro' in of his sire: Ten llroeck and Lexington twice through llvlle- Wilson a aSV ljwerof a living hand." .- 1. SPIiCIAL NO PICK. .1.. u.,n..iit ,ci, tl...... 1. ,'.. mucci. ' Kill!. Illack Hawk, by Sliurm.in Jlurgan, dai itcroiite aim raruiv iiouuu, me III offering the services ul tins highly bred ounaf 1 1 ill's Illack Hawk la tliu etc If a 1 1st trotting martandOlenco, thrice in Flonne, stdlion to the public I feel aiaurcd that thuae list New Minister tu Liberia. t Tlio the old adage, "lllood will tell," is gooit, llilsyoun, sire of llelle- ill Saratoga i ) Lame-- a art;, ing lirat-e-la- a males will uppreeiate him, not onlv i uung Ainirit-i- i EzeMel 11 .Smith, n clti7.on of North Car- - h irsewill prove hit wurili by gettin; progeny that litlian Allen i -ajS, and as a Iruttcr himself, but ns n horse whose bietdlag ilanw uf nf He will show in lront''at tliehnish uHpa. has leen namtsl niimstcr lo l.lli'ria niirLsaiiilfurrnlikehissire. . Ihelanious is grcaiiy in i a., and is lire sire- id'-,- , the Tenneaaet' lli.iuihu aJ.iH. i ranks him among die loiciiioat in the kind a I'eu llroeck Ocn ., Tweed,. a , .,. (Full brother In Majolica a:ij . . ,, , , . , aT, i and ' . . he i Aathc public it well informed, nt a , )wir-old Mr hmlth was .... hy President Cleveland. iiiiiik iiitM n lumiiv vhose record nasuniy been ueaieu ot ins sun ,iiso iiiv loiuuicr ui tiiv n'v"' ,,i proving in sLMeral closely conusicil ruc-caIktv horse. 16 bands huh llred by KoLt linn lioni a stavo in Duplin county N C. III Drake Carter, a full brother to Concregan He Is tli.it ha in the male and lem.il- - Hue pm ut t Jo nr atailc-Lonelusively in uach case lliit he is a game, tell-bb- ', iier, Ntt rg City. Fmtled In itto. When he was 'J yearn of age lie could wellputiip.stongly knit arm lias tne mutciesanu better IS.VJ srtd ky d tac ,horse At l.atintl.i he stint- Starlit, ( illiniums (ll.irk'jt's by Old Luluinbua, sire" ol of all the best deceudents of Lexington, reeard a:S,cirof Majolica a it. iiuartert ed agiinst Jack II tydc-n- Osslc II und other, winivad and write. At I irti dam los.ie Kirk a 41X, ,'ilain nf Majolica a , dam a Messenger mare- and will make the season at - IF I'KKN DOLL lt.S ( nniidt-nit ii) ning easily in three straight heati; time, a jo, b Clark Clm-pacer, l.rmiglil work Old Cultiinbus a 4 lk ciinti-iti-H iieta-gant- o .ire to re a a7 , At Mavsvillo, Ky, with Faigle-II- I nl I. .id) ilamofLiiili of Croxio a i.,!,' ail d.tni OrTl frr.ii, ( .111. ul. 1, aire-- nt Ciinfiilclic-i- - a aS, Cnliimbus ,l!ss a ayij aim Charity Kriel a deid hcut, a t tt the its)ier' trnda h competitor, wil it h.h. appate-ntlNatigilor a ,31, Itusaniimd a ,VH and Vuun Co pacing by Cspt. Walker, .ire nf dam of HarLest of iu st Wi Iniiugtou. ry Wilkes a iij-jluinliiii a 15H , .unl .1U0 sire nl the- dam nl Hen was troite-- stuu the- lemarkHbltliiiutcdtime- p a ai ajavllis approve by I Irciwn I'ilm, id dam by Panrth'. I'il,.t,4th duni is ti Morrill a a;, Louise' N. 1 au,. Nmni'leas a 6, I'll- - 111 For three years ho sin. nf the .lam of Donald a t;, tie and It isa hid a ti jib dam hi Cadet tonal ntv, J 17S luting Loluiiiiaii Is the- - hire mil d continued at this thoroughbred! Illack colt, foaled in 1SS5; by Caliban a,t, (sire of, ,',, r Ht,-- r and lie has 1 nuns that PIIIV DOI.I.AK8 to 1st work, attending i,'iveairetl a pi nr r Old (.oliiin I FCIayitS, Cyclone a j',i. Coaster a ao) insure. 1 mare In lo.il Limited In a j approved marcs dam MiceO by I'ascard i.vsonufAhnoiit, sire of M1K iH ,lc fmteriif ihc k iilninbus l.iinilv. which night school as I llie-l-, iSaj Sired bv wli.it ihc Pilot, Jr , Fannie Witherspoun.a idji ; jddam Madam Much, noil ,,M ,Vll l(, t,0 In IST0 ho it el I (.lain 01 umtna t, ictum a.ca,incc was tu Keiitiic-kliegan to teach in latcoma44,and Puntona a 5 by Drennon.jd dam sire ol Maud Messenger aio'i, Abel 1 1 . und others llrstdam Lmi) C itrr) , iiy l.tton, tie of by deneral I'avlur Caliban a.l, by .Mambrino the North Carolina I a il sonol I In iirnd.ilc a aal. . ad dam bv Mac-'-it I flannis a 17K Mambrino Oift j ao) Pilot, sire 0 IVJiliMN J Five year-olrecord a iS. freo public schools. Mauiiirlno Mcdle), mm of Mambrino Chief, 11, id damCasiia.by Cassius M t lav, Jr, sire of Harry Five years later ho Du-anPascal by Almoin, a Hay hortt foiled April Clay a as)., and vi ln.,kc he season at the il.im by Norman sU TU 1, 1881 Slri-,- by Cali- (ilcnvli-, dam I'earlie entered Shaw mil is a bay stallion, l)V, li.inds high, foaled ,( ,,L. lnlU., , twi-ntsire of Pedimont a 17!. (.ranville a a6 Leonard, by . , . pr . ni.ires 7.1 itaut br imi-rirabeautiful lu color nud hindsomc In fomiuud dam uf Lmmcncc I'll. sire uf Wagner; was nlcf record a versity and til dam Kilkeu-ney- , be shows 11 true, well balanced gait and has tin tl.ter to Sttint, ay 3.ye.iroId recordart.' and ful John Campbell, son ol AT $15 TO INSURE, tax); am there graduated iu dnubtcd speed, having shown quarter iu ,t7'-- i sec-uniby Mingo, son of American I.chpte j Almoin sire of ,0.a,' W ,,y,,!l"''""'ore, C'lau, 1878. He hail no track work lust a He tli on when jvc irsultl by Alexander's Abdallah, tire of Ooldtmitli Maid, damof Steinway j.v,..lr.old is perfect mid hi blood disposition by Mambrino Chief, sire of dam of And will go In training the 1st nl June. Vim will year Ills a 14 itt dam by etudio'd theology ezekiel k. hmitu. ire ,.f l.y tton, ilie tire nf hit dam, wus by lw"v 1'5.;,.I";,V,', by W I by I'llot, Jr. sire of find on investigating the pedigree that he - is one liiiet tirst-clas- s Director a 17, ad i Marshal Nay. ton of mi. bre-and became a preacher In ISSO. Tho tamo dam of Maud S. adam Kate tilling horses south nf the- Itive-- r famous mire, Dolly, oSJ. Iheanalytis.ofthis ped. uf the best SKVKNI'V-riVWilkes, American Tliorud.ile aaa.naontif lint year ht was npjiointed principal of tha igree show two crosses of Mambrino Chief, two lie lias the blood uf (dun of Director a I7,imd Onward aaj ) 1st dim LAKh the""'"."ion. theusii.il returns. DOI.. season, with ,1 spied proClay hy llrnwn Chief brother in blood to the great gradetl school nt(Joldboro, with six assistant nf I'ilm. Ir.two of Ilenrv Clay nnd one of Ham- - ducer and Messenger lu back him lor Chief.' pacing and thoroughbred -- Kenny Wilkc's was aired by I.vic Clark teachers. In 188:1 bo was elected by tho bjetonian; built upon awill serve mares at (ilcnview will stand at fan the insurance, money colt foundation This Wilkes 1650, sire ol Mattle Wilkes 3 jo; 1st dam due when the f let I ascertained or the m.tre parted state board of education principal of tho TKKN DOLI.AUS lo insure Zcda--a by ad Hiawatha, lu'l ulster tn .Maud WIN wllh state normal achool at Faycttevllle, S, C Hay horse, it hands high, Hred by Hauls a 16, ad dam Tina by Mumbriiio Alesscngi-c. Mr Bui ft!) was ono of the originators of rrrran o: 5ioil. Louisville k"v l'..,l.'l J. l... sire nf the dam of Messenger Chief, who aired l83o Maud Messenger a 61J ; 1 il.iin bv Downing' ll.iy the North Carolina industrial rvtociation, at hy Cuyler, sire of Llvira, Messenger, ath dam by uung Jeffcrsim, pacer; Italofgh. Ho also established and was editor 'V."l" Mm sister o dam hv Hunt's Commodore endid ,.r;nl,ct.'.,s a'1 ' other, of t 3.1 and proprietor of The Carolina Enterprise, A dan bay horse t)'i hands high, is a sp marcs 5th the present at Win, M Hue's i.rbcteOby I.vic Wike-- 40511 sun uf Oeorge Wllkc-s- ; 1st Will Mambrino i iv, sire of combined stahiun, will be permitted to serve In IttoO he wua com- at J10 10 insure published at Uoldsboro. dam Lou Coons, by American C lay, ail clam No Truhiing Stiblent Jjoto Insult- - a living colt or lu kurnlos bv .Mamlin'1111 Chiel, jd d.iiii Mrs Caudle, the season, c ish ut time of sen ice missioned as major of the Fourth battalion We xa. ill also stand the noted Jack, r Aicximler- - Al... .!., .V'.i ."'--'t .'..W: .'" He Is 1 years old, i6hands high, 11 beautiful dam of 1'rlcion ail lli.iw.illi.i by Hiawatha, sun """,' """"'" ."uiu 14; 3d dam I kick state guard. Ho wai necretary of the Colbay, wllh line muneuud tall,,t perfect modtif Imp Albion, dam Outlier's- Maid by Mamhrhm Natl, rk"?" 7U and,)a' c Aiiieri. ored liaptist stuto convention from 1878 to Messenger. Downing' Hay Messenger hy Has el nud 11 perfect saddle horse lh hi;,-3iy l!m by Cannon's Sired by Hubble' Dcnimirk, known ns On Time. DOI1 : 1883. plncrs, il.im bv Imp Messenger Downing' Hay ,y K"t"" (J"; J' WK'S 'V 'VK Cabbc-'Lexington; At $io lo insure Taking tiet ttvle and breeding Messenger I the sire of Lady Martin a aj, Insure a mare in foal in First dam Mollie Mounts, by , (!c-n- . ad dam by Voung America, he by Tujlor's One- - of tho simplest and best remedies for into consideration, v.e thing tint t lie cheapest Mod Porter a aSW. Miinihrinn Mesuc-ngi-r" 8,.'M slreof ovvnera' jddicnby Miller's Denmark, which give ri.i Vi Pt u,"a,,,K rfl y 3 P" m0l,,n offered. George- II. Ilionus, who sired Scott Thomas a ai, torpid liver or billiousnesn is claimed to be a ever "' ioturaiice, money him 11 double cross of the best saddle stock in the hie If the mare It parted with on grast at $a per month. No responMares If. gla of hot water with the juico of half a sibility. kept further particu ars call on or address. and Lady K.J i)i- " bred . ...1 world; 4th dam by John lllunt one of the best nice tu either of ibes.. For ,,, t.iiutllCI . - .. . ...,,. TIIOS.C. KOIIINSON, the money will be dun. Ib.uk are now open IIUI.Q horse in the world; cth dam hy Waxy. lemon squee7ed in it, but do sugar, taken S. II. or J. H.IIAUC.HMAN. aitd W..M. HUK, Dumille.Ky. Ij Stiiiford, Ky. Htiuford, Ky. rapiuiy rilling. ij a. & C. I'. CIXIL. night and inorulng. s.-- nersflvoreil In hla l.iluirs without the aid of a foreign dollar He m proved that tho missionary churches abroad ran lo iiiudi tutf wupporting and may have iiinnv inturs tins things lo i upon the subSin Ss-- Ong ject at the present conferenco l a man of gentle manners, opirituul iniiul Ion u ilis ism and dignilleii Inatring FuUlued and uniplo. but when shaking an avmllage ho burst forth into uoblrt Altumg MethilitH bo u (lights of oniUn-- ' ismsidorcd tho grcatent of Chiueso orators. Dut listen to hit own estimate of himself. as a manikin, a niero "1 think of tny-el- f Imago of wood which moves only by tho Snii-i- . IsTO he hn sUlliou, f'$ hand, hih, sired by the reat l.owlander 1'irst dam llracelet by Augelut, ad dam lirunettr, by C odnngton ; ,jd dam Mi Stykes by the Ca.ter, th dam oy the Colonel, Ac CC sltlU OO.IK lor llllllicr ficuigrcc ter. his sirr. was bi Dalesman, out of t.ufra b' Windhound.be bv the ever famous I'jiiui.khi Daiutman by King Tom, the most successful sire Kngland lias'ever produced; his miik, Ureal Tain, king Han and Phaeton, were imported to the l" S and made thenucltes tamoutut sircsof tvinncrs King Tom was by Harkauav, tbc sire of Irish Fangha liallougli, the sire ot IlirUi atcheraud So Leamington Dalesman's dam by Pantaloon ills seen that Loudon has ttv i clu.e crosses of Pan Minand through sire runt thro' l.aueicast.I ramp ul P'.ui hstone. Olencoe.eti , while throoili his dam ilirdcatclier, Ihc he traces to Orlando, Worm.! l aster. Sulton and all tne raw wniotis penormers AT imf. iaOisTDoisr, ' I ' $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. lllcitrina.ii',.. Vermont II Docription and IVdigret Is a hl.ick hor.c, lollc.l in issj, K, hands white fcrt behind, sired lit William liigh, iwii Welch, bv Itssdyk's Ilambtctimian, isi'dam Katie Cirimcia, be (!ill'a Vcnuoiit. ail dam Ilia, k San, Yorkshire, b Imp orkslure; 3d dam be tattle I'.mily, lit Wagner, l Sir Charles, by Mr Archy, ,th d.iui Ktmlt hpeed, b Imp Leviathan, th dam by I'ackolct, Mb dam by (irrundrivvr, 7th dam by M.irjland I'buitix, Stb dam by Hail nib.ll. ylh'dam by Silkv, i i'oivel, Stir limits, llrucc-'Spe-ci-l Mud llnok Vol page yi) Ver uiont llamblclonian is a line, big horse, with Ike good bout, ami a sure- breesler, tines fttvlc and sire-ebv'Williain Welch, tbc sire ul I'lline- I in pen al. 1 aa1, Jvrttniah J ai's, Itrssie I can trut in W illi.im cleb vtaa sued In Ills a p ur .iiiil.lt toman, pritnie rccoid it, 1st dam dtk , tiuporti.l tlie dam ul Kud.n's Prince-- a a;, and ! rrustee (sun of lotto) and sirt'uf auinilca trotter, ul Trutee-- , a dam bv it un ,,,, Mambflno, bv Imp . n, aiiL.ti. .iff lit. ,irjl . .r, , ,,,, l lu..utt.,.,r Itvtdvk Ilambtctimian, the- grandest sire- hems'. Vtriiiont cotnliinc-il- , li.ickrd lit tluir and (Jill uughbrc'd, will make-- fine- stuck horc Itvsdtk'a Hainble-toiiianb Alulallah, sun nf Mainhriitu, id dam by llirthupa dam ht Imp II Jinbfctoul.in. pi il nil b Imp tire oj tilll'a 'ermimt,b) Downing' , 1st dam by Ctilumbus, the ilamui.Knigina,a (llarklt-ys- ) sun uf I olumbus, sire- (it C uufiili ncr, a aS; d dam b llcrrand, ire uf tile- dam of a a ; .tdniin lt Matclile, sire of tire (,ill Vernlunt is the slrci ul dam of I hmax.a.tl thinner Hut, a i., Itlack Maria, 1 jiti, I. mis l)a a tn, and l.iig.m ilS . aUu sire uf the- dam uf (fambctta W llkrs a vo, Thu King a x)M, Nellie I. a ajK. Outlaw a jtU, IV irl a ju, Lad) Das la aiV, iinbtc-tomas 111 1 l r 1 , t, 1 - Ji i IIIc-- hooked single euid at pubb. salt lor Joot jd Chief by lll.s.d's lll.l. k Hawk dam Miss Duncan by Scoll s lligklatuler ; rmidam by Aratus; ird dam by I imoltxm llbHsd I bie were eve hI a,-taiii- W'ooiVy, llluod's Illack Hawk sirssl the .lasns ul oil AiHim a lu , and Malum Jr a x and a it grandam uf llelle llratheld , , and Pr e Ikyan and Itinguld air lu! brnthers--JI)- n 4 llirth are Ihiss it's Mstrs ild and Kiugo il 1 V hue and tthsh hands high and esirense M r, and make- the season of iKM al my stab e Mati'Mi Kv two mi e iiorih f Hustons ,r on turnpike, the Htisiuiivi Ir A D.invi Cklefaais Jim i au Fannie Kobin.ou t jl, and .ill prtsdurtng dams is American Mar, the aire rsf l.ads llrtisvn the dam f ilkins Mlcawloir Wt kisove the biredmg s.t IIMtKWVAV wlM bnar the closest an iltsis and tte have err rHilnie4tt' that he will produce sise-- d and we belie tr ibssse ill Catrrwiring him Ir.mt read te at much prottt (rssaa at the pruduer nf any hrs. In land, and hu Miles should make brood irtarrt tbt ttnrlhs the embratc uf the biuret Mood limed-- r ar lntite-- tn rx'l and examine for tlrtHtsoltM the kuise and his pnsdnre Attenttmt Is cuHeti ta) the following extract llarkawav never made what Oi.s.s.iii , Mar. in. tSSy nTsRIOCfi IU IWslIRP $a A I IVIMP. UULI. I are , railed a season in nit lllc until vnu Istsac.hf ului abilnilv ilcail In lhe merits I V"r PF0r " IIM,lrnUr, He. erved two mure, when thrarvsMrs I In than bmi In fn., tml ut cwnmon matci served in his whose Ufa male, nnd got la laals asritral rear kt ran wild in pasture and ens eted nu mart. Huring tbt lime I was trying tn whether I would go under ur stay on top of lhe - cold hm Urass wil be furnished at vsi Ho - It rrsuousiliilitt am taken to t W s I any on t.llAM ai . per month cidints ur es. an,-- hut lews ntss n ,mj ni-- i tettnia rill VI HW ur Morelaii't, Kv GRAatXTBV, RICOltD, a tuekv ticnt eman I'lnl Thiimpsiin a I. ul I'.ilclieu ani Ken la',, anil sire uf the ad daw ul J,'i, by Hat stilliou ic'vj hand high, I'risHtps, jXs sfreof aeteuleen a u HMiuiar I'irat dan llamilv, by Hamlet, lost. th ttM of A V l'anilinil a Ju, atl dam Llndora, ttWilaaatd Ox- moor a ,t, by II unWttoni.ia, iu, tha aire af flatter, 17H i Jo uaat ") Imp Conalernalloa , th dtat by asniiigtow i,rj ; 3m nam iotgy ay imp 288. aS !; il, ml. Address 7 f J II. UNUI.UMW, Daiitlllt. year-aid W. , Itl'VSl.l.L. or C.St sua Ky Fnsur ' to. I nil Hraikrr a is. Fit il car old ' nm-ruisl- CSSCSI.IAN PARK, tXd ii. .t lOV IHll 000. QahlBETTK WILKES. MA.MHIUXO STARTLE. ,.,.., at., 6M&M dg$&BS, , ., GIiEITVIErvT' CHIEF C. ajj, ,,, WILKES. F. CLAY, S, '." 4j fir I.IGIITIIEART, GROYER ClaEYELAND. PEYTON EMBRY, WlOLVdliStlt KiWti0 p.'8' Vs c"netThl "'",' ' .!' "" ir... '.; N 1 mvmm 'i.'.i .1 ' iuitwiiiiijJiisifcasaa V Niitii itfstjaaajaaaassaiaai1tii,i..jt u. Hi.rjK "At.iwU SMtij lAaissaalaa)sjaBaijjasjaaf 2tfi!! Semi-Weekly Hear Interior Journal nilit. D. Kin' concert Sntnnlnv Auk tho fanner who hasuseil the. Machine and sec for yourself. 9 Deer-in- g NKW AIIVKKTISHjIKNTS. K. c. WALTON, huh. Ky., Manager 1, Ftankohd .Iune I. L. SViii.risKt.will lm here to take Kou IJknt. Now house with four a mntlves next Tnesility. looms. For further particulars call on An election will he held at the Mvtti nine In Xnw hats and hniincts for summer .1. (J. McClary. Crab Orchard June a, 1668, at a o'clock r. M. to ..elect a Hoard of Directors for the Crah Orchard 1888 wear jiint reecivcil at .Mrs. Knti' Duihlcr- Comk ill Monday and examine our and Ottenhcim Turnpike Itoad to. for the W II Mll.I.Iilt, I'reMdenl. iir'fi. machines; the inostiluruhle and lightest 1 1 cnMi-inyev Turnpike Election. Ho 0 MUPliliYn Is Receiving His MERCHANT TAILOR SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Give him a Trial. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, IMbltHhod Evory Tuosday and Friday, At Met: mill useful present uivcn with every ilnlliir's Worth itf uihhIh at 1). A KhiHH in in tho inarkot. .Metcalf & Foster. j?J I' Mil YJBAIt, IX ABVANCK Vhtn not so paid $2 60 ill be ' harccd "OH .Monday, will lit! lii'M Tin; Casey Couit, which hi'Kiiii next in this Christian 1 "K A Nt'MiiKRtjf good, soaking showers of rain fell yesterday, which wore beginning to bo needed in Home localities. 0 m Season Opens Thursday, HALESJWELL June 14, 1888, I I L.&N. LOCAL II ME CARD. church at Liberty. lontimiatioii if "I'liilcr a Clowl" ta 31 pin '3M'"i ami some interestini; niisecllanv will ho i ""i"" lutiiiui on uii; inw catiii Hrn t.i. v.iui )i7iin ,". Mailiraiu joinj North .South I'.iprets tram " South 1 j North .6 jo in thin Local Freight North. Issue. " South.. ..'55 pm he Utter trains also .urry pAs.euKtrs Tiik closing exercises of 1 he above is calculated on standard Innr, Solar time is about to minutes latter. Christian College will . 1 i K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. I ram ki il leasr Kimland at 5 15 a return at 6 p in and (40pm MEANS m and 7.30 in BUSINESS. ' warranted. MllL'l. A. It. IVnny. Ilt'ii Kim mi getn awav'with potato ami tonnceo pests, cor mile by .MeKobortH iv incdicineM mid Watch and Jewelry rcpalri'il and Tin: best place to buy drug, patent toilet articles is at A. It. Hi'Y JVnny'H. tiKr, front kituls I A. It. IVnny. guarantee all watches and every of your school liooks, ink, tablets. pencils mid school supplies of all ar-- 1 1 teuton. tide jewelry hcI to Penny. Ik-ju- :ls re,.re-- tho Huston-villi- 3 Stanford, Ky. occur Friday, County Fair. 9 .lime htli. A cantata at night in the Moit Fkviikd. J. M. Chandler, who NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. College building will be the hint scene of recently shot Prof. Ijiwrence, n all. at Jollico, him been taken to 'I he undtrtlfintd, Harvey Floyd, K. S. Oooch, K11.1.KD. Knoxvillo to secure him from mob vio- Major T Reynold, I. John Burton shot .John Gooch, W II. Miller, K II Caldwell, Jr , and J S. Young, have atnoci nt .lellico from tho clfcctH of which lence, as Ijtwronco's injuries nre fatal. ted lheniM.he t"Kctlnr to become Incortinralcd Hurton hail to Iks Chandler used to keep the Florence Ho- at u Mock company under the curporatu name of ' ' waynctuurK iurnpike Koad Co. rttuhed oir to tho Willminsbtirg jail to tel in .lellico and from IiIh long and lank the llicnunu to be conducted la The Innlncn the bmldin)', appearance was known as "Tho S'nako maintaining and conducting of n McAdamired l'revent lynching. turnpike road from the present terminus ot the in tho Grass." Stanford and llnlli Gap titrnnlkp in Lincoln counTin: I.. N. will sell tickets to the .St. ty through Highland and Vvayneiburg' precinct l'ulatU Ui! mid ltd, IOiiin Convention on the 1st, Tin: coal bins mid tip house of the In t" theturnpike county line, or a part of uch named good to return on the 17th at sli.'J.ri for Nicklo Plate Coal Company at Altamont The principal plaie of bunineM uliall be High land, Lincoln county, Ky. from here. Tho route caught or wen not aflro about tho lound-trio'elock 'I he corporation Miall commence on the 15th dav of June, 1SS8, and terminate on the tjth dav o'f from I.uuiHville is liv tho Air Line. Monday night mid wore burned, causing June 1938. The mithoriicd capital mock i to be twenty a hws of some $',r)()0. The railroad A tiiikk entered Mrs. K.C. Knglemmi'H thousand dollar, ubjch shall he paid times track waH ho warjied by tho heat that and in uch amounts and upon such .it uch as the terms u p.ljr of iia)i.S(,iiioly nM,In IU,, Hoard ol Directors shall prescribe. trains could not pass and the expresses 'I heatf.nr of the corporation are to be managed .j( rV(M, hlv,.r klIvi. , it by a board ol five Directors, one of whom it i nitiufi.r liui.i.'iiri. fiiift kiiuk.tii...t-m With a MOONI. K.ll HOI' at nighi Tiik directors of the Lincoln County r eek $600 Fair hold hero hint year, desiro that tho Hoard pi r day (and k than a wci-li" 110 citizen of tho Wont Kml let them know Single mcaU 40 ncr- Children under 10 c.irof , and by Monday, county court day, whether vant. half priiv or not they will havo a fair at Huston-vlll- u CnttHKe. ( room, und cook nwm) per suck 5 jo 'I wo familii". occupying tame hou.e 10 00 thiH year. Iftlioy docido not to lloMctkept by the week for 3 00 Single feed. 35 have one, Mops will bo taken herontonco Will meet lraui at Stanford or May wood when A I. fel'OONA.MOKE, for the purpose of holding the Lincoln notified to do o. 1 s. jc SPRING OPENING! WALL ville, Ky. school-teach- er PAPER AND DECORATIONS Ad-coc- k From ico to 150 per cent cheaper than ever bclore known In Ccntril Kentucky Window Shades ti suit all combination of Wall Paper Largest stock to select from nt A K OltinOVS' Parlors, DanPaints, Oils, Varnishes and Painters Supplies, Window Gla., etc PIANOS AND ORGAN'S -- Agents for John Church .V Co ' Musical Merchandise . Jiu-wlny- A. E. GXBBOJNTS, DAWTVII.t.E, ML KY. p 1 1 ,,. SOMEWHAT PERSONAL Mils. 1'. ti. Ki.Mi ban returneil from theSiuth. MksL.mia Kiiglcuiaii. llw.sis vWtiiig M1m .Io Mi. .1. W. Auoux and .MIsh Annie went to 1miNville WedncNlay. Mn. lv. I!. IIvvdkx, of Springfield, Mo., in with bin old fi lends hero. Mix-n-s. S. II. Ilwomns and L. M. Laslev went to Uitonia ye.tenlay M: A1.1.KS Hi: m.i.Y is out again, after a ,nntineme:,t of 10 weeks fn.m a paral- tlc stmke. Mi" xi i.ik DibiiiJinii is back from a visit t' her sister, Mrs. Phil Sislen, in Louisvilli . Mm sn Mit. V. M. I.mkky lutve gone to visit their son, S. '.. Uickpy, at h jm J?. K lialliitin, Tenii. Miss A.vmi: Witw has icturned from he improvements an1 n modern twietury frame a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. T. Lynn, at liarns t of ioo liuildint: of ft rooms and kitihrii bringing the latter with her. 'ius4n with granary inrtiinb 6 botes uxio fcr fine burses and plenty room for a kinds of farmDifferent styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better Misses Mmik Ti'iKKii and Annie ing lusinrtN; the sei.oud is 4i40 with u st.t s for licrc. nnd sows room for l'I'vs hay mid straw Dishmau, who havo been attending he farm is in a high statt'nf grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the Infls mid urn rib It is oca cu tituiiiui and suitab e for a .Hid farm here, left yesterday for their homes. Halm c. Lnucus-tted between 3 monthly markets Jj Come and see our goods before making your selections. Mn. T. .1. ItoM.KV, mail clerk, will nnd Siaufurd. lie fence am all right stud trade. ihere is plenty of timber and water. Ibis jear's iiiom' his family to 1niisvillo irup is 8j ncresof wheal, 70 in over, o in tuts 10 You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. So airfs are suitable in corn and 4 mtobaico as it suits his run much better to hnw fur ti basso or hemp. A half mile track ian be Iiciii there. had directly behind the large barn Also my stock, consisting of fine brood mares, a Mis luin: Kino, of (iarrttrd county, No Horse, Mule. 5 and 3 years old a fine calf, Jersey bull, lies. Cow, 7 Aldernrs lloifers wnsawardcil a medal for the highest MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. a Call, llcrkshirc Hoar and Hogs Mmnling in geometry and trlisoiiometry A full stuck of Impli nicnts, including a ith attachments, a McConnack Self.llindir at Hamilton College. Drill. Corn Planter. Corn Shellej, Mower, Hake, lobai ill Press, Wnnns, plows, etc Alsu llou-- c Miss Ax.vi: Sihuk, Lucy Tate and hold Furniture from Dangh Mary McKinney Sad- H.sitie, rain or sSinc,and to c unmi'iice at 10 a i. lirms reasnmi'de '""' ten.' Collouo last evening- - the 'two for-- i "'" he farm can be eni at any time by calling on and the substantial, delivered certifithe premises graduates. iner Wilt i.ii Col. Hall Anderson was sitting cates to Misses Mary Alcorn, Julia TapA P Van de Vv'ATLK, ;B('fJHi'it''iM(AK, Hot raS, Stanford, K. Tin: closing exercii's oi Miss Noltl's in his buggy hero Wednesday, his horse scott, Mattie Kinma Saulley Vandeveer, I.D Kiivlish, Aitctioiieer. w'..l..u.l It .iiiiut'ill.t . til lu'i'lll llll till ."itll . frik'htened mid dashing oil', mid Lutie Itailev. Mr. Paxton said it was Is'canii """"" """ at to lit i. m. Mism Mattic Owslty threw him to the ground, hurting his ,,. )llt jjh,,-!,j ,l(ldrfssinw ladies this nfllee with an invitation. right armct.nsineniiiiy. ,i,0 llo ,., of xh ,,,. )l!1(j ,wlvi.jyt M. McClary J 'it if. F. It is likely that III be imwni by the Knob Sealed proposals ouniiil would have run over little Mi.-- addivshed moiv i)erM)nallv and to as oMoik I Lick 1'urlipil.c CVmpaiiy u.itii will be chosen teacher of the public ;t IC ac,,uitto.l iBM fur the con.truciioii of till1 ni.is.mry JunetSe Saulley and AnnioClcw Myers, had tI ,.liw.t .,,,, lilMM.if fir l'h cniuractor will be school next session. He is a good one not Joe Chcnault. our devil, lushed out across Kliob I.iel. briditi him.if u.,v niVv m ti ncw as is suita allowed to i' s;kIi of the old iiml has gicu much sjitisfnctionn in Ids into the street and caught him. I be vi' to Hev. A. S. Mollett was agiiin called bit and will be requiredPliinsfiirn.sh such new maand spei iticatioiis can terial as i. ncesary building. mate srhool in tin hicle was badly broken up. into service ami to the class in Mental lm seen nt tin- I'u-- i Nmnm it Hank Staufurd r be all F. .1 Cmi'iii:i.i., Manager of I.'ocl: I ompany the r'fjhl to rejis t an) and Monti Science -- Misses Kuiiiia Sanf-le- Lids and wi reser.s msenaiit with securit) of the rcquiro Tin: miiniitrer, Mr. .1. P. Sandifer, Castle spilngs, iittemleil the Moiceriflif of his e .tiir.iel the Lutie li.tiley, .Mattic Vandeveer and cuiitr.n nir forspecify performance proposals the price judders must in their r.i'J ill of the opening of the UMiisville wiites that his company has determined er yard for new stunand pnci- pi r )ard for eld Mary Alcorn made a very earliest .... . ... .1 -taking it down ni tins all wur in inuiicru. II. siiys ne is ......!.... .1.. to render the beautiful dramatic cantata reininding the ivciplents of the stiiiii imlutlinaI LUTON H)WI KK. President. 5 in better shape than ever this! (,f "David, tin Shepherd liny" at Wal- niigs ., lulls, next Weillli'sdilV ceitillcatcs of tho value of the stiulv and imi'd Iiiom ' ' .. ,..f. !...!.. r'""'" ..,...! ...I... I. ...I fiiuuitiii vmih, no nun It nli.lil .ImiHitt ... Tii.vuii. com in? this i. .....,..., Ml sSllS. i ,l...p....l....... r m',1,ls 'I'"ie oi uiiueistan.i-pl- e uu'm It. II obi is, S. J. Pulliam,.!. II. Ilaugh-ma- n time without fail and we lu.pe our pen-J. ,,mI ilr.fiiitiiifs it. "- will give them a musing autlliMiii. will sell atteiided the celebration at s eci utnr o' Peyoi I'mbree Tl'1' tl,R'1' Misses Hiiin.a Will keep constantly on hand a large and select lina of Furniture niok ill the Admission .'Mi and 7o ceiitn. lteserved and the three latter 4U1, 1S8S, londjsy, exercisi's at Daughteis Nats.iin be secured at Meltolierts A Amlh'.v, with the degree of A. M., I.utio ciiiniuencemeiit andJUndertaker's Goods. iYIy prices will be as low as such goods Itailev, with that of A. It., and M.tttie Stagg's. College. l i'v.nts ii.nrt day Vandeveer, gniduatn in the Literarv can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be conIt. O. Ai.ioiin has ivtuii'cd lioin the John II. Cum. Sox, in behalf of the Cl,IirM.f (ilvssoti j,, MIllm. wliui witj. 39 Shares of Stock in the FarmSalt Kier. This is ratli-e- r lsdies of the Presbyteri.in church in this head waters of ,..., lhmvl wMvh K1 vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. fresh ers National Bank premature. He could haw saved city, extend their thanks to Mr. w,,n beautv moiv eHcctivelv than tho And traveling expenses by remaining where Wanamakcr, of Philadelphia, for Ids t.labonitecostuincs could havodono, he will permanently locate after .he No- generous contribution in the I'm-- , 01V awarded their diplomas by Prof. 25 Shares in the First National . vember elect ion. iiIki.i ... til.. .Miriiiit fur tlui ililll'iill - U'ltll .. ......v .if .... ....,.v raxton ill a peculiarly imjiressivo nian- Bank. ..r MissksCuiiuk L. M.r.s, of Sweet- tho InJiioilictiiin that iiis unpamlU'lcil ti. court house fr .1.1 ii.e st.k winics (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) ner, his remarks being couched in MaIt mr- - f 10 u '.'. water, Tenii., and Itettie Itcdding.of suecesH anil pios'icrity may continue beautiful language find his words of between the KAVOHI IK LINK IIKTWBP..V TIIK NORTH AND SOU I'll . ...x. ,. ..... rion, Ala., the music and art teachers ami lniij! life may he his to fulfill the A commendation mid sympathy show i respectively of the College, left for their mission in his lai'K' work of philanthroKmbree. dtc'.i utnr Pej.ou LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' ingan earnestness and warmth that prov- - ,5 homes yesterday, where wo nope n jo py ami christian henevolence. IN as HOt'KS. oil that they won heart felt. Then turning ous vacation aw ails them. lo thoamlienco lie hiil a pathetic jooil- Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily.I'Mirv consistiiiL of Mr. ami .Mi. Mas. W. P. Tati:, Mrs. Lou Shanks, which hrouyht twtrs to many eyes Misses' I.la l'iew'itt anil Klla Shanks iiml Smith Irwin, Mr. ami 51 1. (!eorKe Ir THB SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. JLifej y ' " "i- - "'' "i"""'1'" Clarence Tato went down to Daughters win, Mr. ami Mrs. s. .M. uwons, .Mr. ami """ with tho past. Co., Phila- TIIIOTJiIXASSIIOUT LINK. Mrs. John Diulileiar, Mr. ami Mra. 1. . nuluatiiiK' Colleojo to witness the Tl-tliil not reail thcires.siys ' in which Misses Annie Shanks Xunnellev. stonncd Mr. anil Mrs. A. V. jironounccil them of resilience Tuesday niylit. hut Miss Tups-otSine at tlieir ami Lucy Tate took a leading role. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. It is an old mill thoiouuhlv reliable, consersatisu It was a ccniiine suririso to tho' couple, mro than usual merit. Tho subject of Mas, Mauv V. How.M.N,Miss Virginia with fis.soo.ooo Miss I.ouiso Hailey's was Tho Present coinp.iii), now in itsii list 'sear Its rates are a who hail not the slMitcst intimation of unset and tJi'oo,k surplus UICAiJ Ul. JtlOAnDOWX. " and Master Horace Withers iiowmaii company, with ilisiam old and " FR A FNs" SOtTfl T TRAINS NTKrrH: Wednes- tho visit nor of its object. A short time Aj,'e; of Miss Kinma Sauliey's, Leaves low as imsiirp.issid reliable a reputation for fair dealing ' from Hamilton Collc-,'deiuls 1'roni the Wreath of Funic; .Miss Mattie No. 6. No. 1. by none and plans to suit everybody. ..... ..,,,, , No. .. NoT ' day and are with Mrs. l'orcstus ltcid. was spent inenjojiii,'theinistonisliinont Vamle veer's, Constant Dripping W'oais Would ' all the attention of business men to its No.;. No. 3. No. j. Dally. Noi, p. Daily. Daily. Daily. with the per- when Mr. Owens" anil Mrs. (ioorno endowment, accumulats-i- l surplus and t peri Daily V.x. Sun. Daily. Daily. delighted ihw Miss Away Stone. cent. Kii.ir.tnlied bonds plan of policies. received fi 0111 her teach- - win came in bearing a docn hambpaiut- as men. 6 4J pni.io jj in 6 no pin M4 fect leport she outi insured on the same rate 817am 40jpm, Scop ml 7 J5 a I.'ve Ciiitiniiat! A'rv 640am Prof. I'axton will havo charge of the Al'LKNEK, 8 30a .'illiaint9Wn....I.'ve' 5 13 a ni JOHN K 9 51 an S47l'in 9 33 pnt' eil cliina inaicH ami iiauncu iiieui to .ur. a m . vim f'"" Kentiiiky , (ieori;etottn District losyam 7 01 i in 10 37 p m, tholuilicsof tho sioam...tj pm 7724.1m 1 o8pm jc,,t kiiowinj? what was up and Seuiiiiary next year, but Mn. 1'. A. 1'ir.MAX, wlioiiiaiioiiiocios-;iSjlu.Lexington. m1 p in II oj pinio 15 a m 348am 00a 4pm it,ppia 7 35 pm ..,. Danville . ijSum ujopin1 8 su joain iiojiin ti 15 pm ing out sale of the Ityan stock of dry supposing tliat they were about to pass faculty, Miss Maiy Tapscott, Carrie l.ee Ii3am, 3 10 pm, t :oa nil 00 pnt .Junction City 15 pm' 9 10 pni 11 joa m'n 5 a m Is BUYEEB' GUIDE Somerset 2 oj a in, 13 30 pri 05 n ml ........jii 05 a in jop m t 00)1111 goods at Huston villi', for S. L. I'owitm anmm itjnvbhmeiitH, li took one, but Mayes and liettio Itedilin).', will not reMarch and Bopt., Oakdale 955111111115.1111, 7 it am .., 515 am' 315 pm ojopm wj10 year. It la an 0t Was forced on him turn, we it'Kiot to Nty. They are not Co., and assisted in establishing the new ml Ar'v...C'liattauuojn, ..l.'vc 710pm 900am 3 10 a .. 4 00 a m ' 1000 pm! 8 50a 600 pm l.'ve...Ch.ittinooRa,.. .Ar'v u v ji m of UBoful left this 1U)li j10 u.,,j,t(), t,nt jt wns n present only excellent teachers, hut most estibusiness there for the .same linn, 3 15pm., Attall.i Ar'v for all who 110pm '..... .. Ilirmiusluni 1135pm 330 am: 34S pm,n 10 pni, l.'vc week for Huntington, W. Va., his busi- n.nlll j),,, paity j honor of tho Kith an-- . mable ladies, who have made many tho luxuries or tho Tuscnloovi ......, Ouo pin il 43 a ... 1., lu iinlliiiNuiHtie ,.r 1. .. .,,.,....:...... , 1,.. ,...,., ,.n... friends here, w Iiom' jjootl wishes will fol140am 910am of Jlfo. Wa .i.1 in I.'ve lllVClSai III mn lllllllins-- liv isiia uiilll llCSS IICICIIIIIlll ll'in. ion m i 30 pm tl jpm 4 to. I mi Ar'v.. ..Meridian can clotho you and furnish you with, !.... 631am 9 30 a iuAr'v ..New Orlcjns.... I.'ve cjoopm 5,04pm, In claiming that for clever men ami plotely dumbfounded. Afterwards re- low them no matter where tlieir lots are all tho nocossary and unnecessary .MeridUn., ..Ar'v 5 loam. l.'vc looapni lovely women, I lustonville is ahead of freshments brought by tho paity and cast. It is not known yet who will have appliances to rido, walk, danco, sleep, 4 is pin'.. ... oooa ml.'ve Ar'v ...' .. Jackson 10a in'l.'se....Vicksliuri; ipim oat, flsh, hunt, work, go to church, 4 of its si.u on earth. any town consisting of elegant cake, strawberries chaijje of the College next M'tsion, hut or stay at homo, and in various sizos, Monroe m Mi 4 io pin l.'vc a m1 m Ar'v....Shrtseport... t si' m,. .....r land ico cicain wero served, Mr. and Mrs. theio is no doubt that sumo competent stylos and quantities. Just llffure out LOCAL LORE. what is roquirod to do all thoso things , No, ... .v 4 N, II. Train No. 9 leases Oakdale at 5 2J, A 'I, and arrive In Cli ut no :;a t y ', Sino giving themselves up to wondering person will be secuied to continue its COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair d arrivts at Oakdale at t ij. Chattanooga at j 00, 1. M .Vi:w (loons in spniigu.i.lsiunmcr lmts wut wn(il(, wnu nmU R Ws a Wfy hi",h standard. BUYEKB' estimate of tho value of tho Mann Itoiiduir tuiTct Sleeping Cars on all trains. GUIDE, whioh will bo sent upon it Couits.l- Cox's. neatly carried out plan to compliment II COI.I.IillAN,tMl "si's2t. JOHN C.UAUI.T, Ofiiei.il Manager, B. (Ircen, the lluslonvillo receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, J. K. CAUKOI.I.. (iemral Superintendent all present en- tells us he has bought 15,000 If. MnMTP.nMPRVWARD A CO. Ohm. Tnr mail till the'sTo. is. now fanied tho excellent couple andmuch. l..iudi.ij, Wet r irth Sf et, ill Oeneral OlTices, St. Paul 111.111 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. J".vmI "' "'nision very cents. of wool this season at 15 to ,v the fHt trains. Col-litr- e " '"f1"H .tf..l ."VlllI l)lMt II II m, 1I.W..I ..'ill. ........1.. IIIIUI 11IMI .IHIIIFIU throwing them several houm behind, llllll velvet. The guilty party, who is huh- , pected, can avo proeoution by return- - Stanford Female College Commencement. ing them at once. A MiniKit session of S'ttinford Feinnlo College hiiHoniled ami with it President 'Mrs I.im:. Mr. A.T. Nuniielley tells us that ho will put on a regular daily A. S. P.ixton's connection with the in 'bus line to Danville next Monday leav- - stitution, lie has had charge of it for lii.r.. .il I r ti... II. II ti. . II ..'.!...( V niii r..l llfllltlir nf. , three years mid by eloo application to 111 n fiit.l ...i....ii. ""iiB l" ins assistance a tor the arrival of the South bound train "1M worK high on the Cincinnati Southern, lie ,s!K'l''"lid faculty, liaruetcr and himself to pat- engaged to carrv the 1'. S. Kxprcss. ' rom and public i.liko. The closing ex- : . : ! I :.. :..: i i i i i K ' ' '" '" T." , ' ' T that .NeNon leatcr, the alleged ,lay at 0 o clock and were o,.ene,l with n. .iioueii. I iui. I ;i.- ruu'iui, n- - iiiiii'u i. m, nun iuiiiii i.v ii n i in ivuv. dcMiiictioii since he tun then called to the stand Mioses .lulia iio retiMin for was to have been married next week and Tapscott, Minnie Itupley and Kinma was in line health and spmts. lie was ' Sauiley ami after an appropriate speech, 71 vears old mid worth some deliveied to thoin Certillcaics of Proli cioncv, to tho former in Literature and . Lirri.r. Am ii Mi Kinm:y got in Judge' to the two latter in Ijitin. .111 ' tt'lli.lll tl'IIU kt'lllllllllV Hev. A. S. Moll'ett then presented to . II... ...1ii..kl-l..iii..- i. lull mill l.v itllillitllip '.. Misses I.utie Ikiilev, Minnio Ituplov, An up and down caused it to run down at JioIUtighniaiiaiid.Iuha lapscott Cer t r. ii. i ill tinlllll ir . I il. lli'i ri.lil'lllk i.i .1... ..fl tillt'iitc.s in Mathematics, accompanying stuck in the ground at the bottom and.. .., .. , . it with a neat siteech of.' coniuioinlation , , , , 11 imnr wi. tn nnic twnn miui its iiii and advice, t it woith a cent. Hie young ladles, who had become pro . . I s to our letter suggesting Hcicnt in Natural Sciences wore Misses this as desirable point for tint Louis- - Mary Alcorn, Mattic amloveer, hminii villi Southern to come, Col. ISennett II. Saulley and Lutie I tui ley, and their cer Young writes: I am not prepared to tillcatcs were delivered by Peter M. M- isay we will cniiie to Stanford; it is a lit- I'oherts, INq., in a handsome and well tle out of our direction. Of course I can- spoken address, which was highly comnot tell what combinations we may plimented. The class in History was addressed by iiuike in a slmrt time, but for the pres ent I see no oppoittiuity of doing any- - Jos. It. Paxton, Kwj., who after a neat . . ... . . little speech, combining the humorous 1 l,, -- ,,. ,,,. JDITJGO-IS- xj O TEBTOWTsrr i JA.WO JLUIAA il 5c .TIE'W'IEILjIE.IR,. T 1 .. rl.hur, "" elected as president by the board; and such diDRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, rectors shall be elected on the first Saturday in J line of each )ear and shall serve for one year nest ensuing their election. Said board shall also elect FANCY ARTICLES, &C. a rkrk und treasurer 'I he highest amount of indebtedness to uliich this corporation may at any time subject Itself rh)slcians prescriptions accurately compounded. shall nut exceed one thousand d'dlars. 'I he private property of the stockholders shall te csempt tmnithecnrporatc debts. I. l Gooch M T Reynolds, T. S Gooch. , V Ii Miller, K II Caldwell, Jr., THE LARCEST J S ounK STOCK OF WATCHES, Juni-1- , Stanford, ifS? CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. Ham-yblovd- shall be ' - ("''d ' ... PUBLIC Ol SALE I my Kami, n.1 ' .. A FINE FASM I I F.ver brought to this market. Prices lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He. paired on short notice and warranted. f f- ftmW, T-r-- mT" .mWmmmL7 f WfH. 111 wfitimmm SsSi aiuastcr pUr, on rriryryf will sell puMUK on the premises X5 T T iL i5 U ulll d. T T7 C! Jio, tO A h A It 111 15 15 T d Au EaO A f!L17 T I .,.,.. Saturday, June 9th, 1888, Containing 188 Aei'es 1 Grass Land. of Finest Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over Hltie- - - ..... ,..,,. i . I . cr I . .) fil- GEO. D. WE&REISr, Mi5s3STG'R. 111 first-cla- ss '' full-lledg- isl ". - I nn-o- SEW FURNITURE STORE I MA'fJiK i 11 I MOP. ! , ineiioi-seiiasne- Notice to Contractors. w n-mate-ria- lit-De- ll ,, A 1 1 1 s s l - '1 I 1 I kii; . s, - , 111 I I.- - ... i- - I I V YA'ni-n.ii- - "" 1 iiii 1 7 PUBLIC SillaE dsc-'I ig j j June 'l'i ;,, ' .... 'QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. j .1,1 1 v..- !., -- oxei-cise- s, "'" t HT3TJHE In the Penn lutial Iusur.iuce delpliia. i - j - ' r , , - Virj-iniaj- s , ... W 111 .1 I 111 4 . ' 4 3111 l 4 I I ' 1 t 1 j t0 V OTho . 111' . 1 1 -- 1 111 . 4 11 M ' ' , - . n- - - wool-buye- r, - I 1 Cin.-m- 1 K -'- VI Nw is decidedly the prettiest I ment would be welcomed as a pleasant court-yar- d -x ;.;i relief, Ah, me! If the wretched only have seen anywhere. Shaded with rows PUItOHA8INa AOENT, about 1()0 kxi:w HIM! Hut they don't and "wn.i. of elms; well set in yards square; brick walks all around the Hotol Emory, - - - Cincinnati, 0. not." PinjWtVtUt JtwMVWli CMUto RtI(q We found young Gillespie paralysed housonndto the four gates; iron fence; W011M tli.mkfulh Miliclt )onr ti itriinnge In pur of exquisite design and in chiikiiiL' fur H'iiple otittlita of the clt), In any Ilin r. ami blind, but cheerful and full of faith couit-hous- n ol (.MioiU.vlr.-D- ry that the Great lMiysielan would yet biing perfect keeping with its surroundings, 111 KiiHi,iurniiiirc (ki(, Milliner), Notion ot lupus .... a-tin.. . ihhhm n upeciai-. I l! wuuiii iinu him round. It was a pleasure to anoint new, brick, with town chyk, "reglarpic-ter,"asSa- tv i. cmuuK "ill iprrim" .Mourning iitl:it; Cincinnati- I I il'n I.eaini: llotli I..idU' Weller wouhl say; ami to 'liiipplnicnr niulit ielmr Itent ritcrcme (hen ' and pray for such a patient. 1 do thorible Telephone 7 LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI oughly believe the dear I.OHD will cine finish up the thing, what I have never CliirKCKrc.ifiin (list-clas- s seen anywhere, four public wells with., farmer, him. His father is a tlailj, Seiiire I traveler, J II III LI Os' K DAMS ami has a line place, exquisitely kept. patent pumps complete, at the four cor-- 1 MOST RAPID ROUTE Riding back to town, I saw a huge Held neis of the enclosure, but outside. One Hrr.TOK&Dil-yrS!THof these, on the northeast comer, will1 of wheat, with heads beginning to color HFUItK IX I ver iltempted a tittle for harvest. The 111 my woim had one day mak a stir among the mineral between the Kteal enmmer ul e lucsi-coi..Htver Chidiro, McrcliuiuliMc, citiev on the Ohioand and comfortable and hence just been through ami were coining out water drinkers. At present its fainti is bethe fatet time mil or to the traint and KOWI I). K , Smith, tween all point. In the of it, blackening the fence and the road rather local, being only two years old. Northwest. Ihe oiintertmrtof thlv train on a! Mate Jiiit alike with the crawling hordes, seeking Hut it is bound to spread. "A great Uolhlnjt, npeneil a neu tockof Men't ami Iloyt' trunk llnev It denominated I he Limited t tpreit f.ood., I he tuprtb rolling llat, Can, llwti, Mioei, fresh pasture. The wheat stalks were multitude of folk," sick and well, timing Noiloii and I .mill) (.r. cnci AIollrJealert in Unlimited Comfort Hoik we emplo) civet patront Coal Countr) produce taken in richane for . M ripped clean. Not a waving leaf left. it from "early dawn to dewy eve," and KomU at hii;hcl market AtTAt all Coupon Picket Office In the South prite Come one, t me )iiu will find our lime table and ticket. Say Mo far into the night. A stout colored man all, anil learn the ajtantaue in trade 106m non, e.et Momm and ttuk to Monon, II you want ' Nor corn, nor btaJi of jjra were tern to tave money and have a pleatant Journey. holds the'pump handle and set urn never Whvre Alanc ami hit men hail bpen " K O.McCOKMICK. THE FLORENCE (tcneral Paitcnitcr Agent, Chuagi idle. 1 suppose iclays ate arranged for. of Sumner These are the City '1 icket Asent and Oltiicrt I around at K. A IU'cknh, ji; ath Ave., I.ouitville. Ky. county, certainly. The farmein till insert Sometimes hundreds cio I. M. T ikkiinci, 11) Vine tt , Cincinnati, Ohi once; and buckets, jug and pitchers are worms improve the wheat, if that tlie T libitum. Sulphur strong ami tilled I hwe bdiijht they attack it at this stage. They do not the to nell the Ktorenee Into granger hands-"Fairvi- ew," ,;ave t , , ,v uxtni t( strong is the combination detected W'aihin,; Machine and rulil prepared tofurnith h,ouW am now lulled ,...,,........, ....,.... KM touch the tliuty stalk, nor the grain in ;itt who may uih to tite their elothen from the .v. ,..iv ,,. tlmt ntlirt ear. The stripping of the blades sends by the casual drinker; but the analysis ruhliinit and tearini; Incident to the old prncett of 1f,lWI. -.Miwu.n t -3 .1 ir. ..aries ..mi, an - conduced. l,ei..gmvnei iy ahini;. 1 rf on t,ieimn0IU,(hvorniH all the nutriment of the plant, these cul- reveals other wholcfome ingredients. I'll not worryake one andtry it and Inn ou about lni)lnn unlet )uare fuli Knghshn.un;andtheIUdeyl'eytonplal-e,.nt,LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE t.ho,lM, lt wil.k(MU, In, to . tivators say, to mature the headof wheat Tho well on the southeast corner is also ly I atifieil a to lit nicritt. he underoisned have purchited the Plorencc , the ,,n.,.cry of Mr. IarveySchafer, w .th mLimber tho excellent but a fresh W'aihin maihine and of t,a RAILROAD. a thorough . .,,,. ,Mw. more perfectly ami quickly than with- stream runsmineral water, and it takes I take tleaure In addin afterteimnouv- ato if.trial, i e "Waxes" at the head of his Mud. live our .iril. into tlie vein via .. lllll icltniktlf llalf iIfih tHMH n.. airta ! i.llli? 1. .... , k..I .n1lit.i f.ttt out. Hro. Mini Lackey beat his worms 4 it The (.real " iita rf :""."" im the Cumberland riven and ll from "The I pumplllg to get Its full Virtue, every particular, dome all that l claimed f.rit W,.T thoroughly with hogs, multiplied by borurne, uth his leet blood in hem; w.ll givean Tho-- , i.l,. iin l.ntl. Hi., in- - .."'" I':J'"'"",r.' V. L Sine, Hill Perkint, Lew '." w'?.ie.t i III.. w..st where ,.oW HU.korv lies rowing from his neighbors, till they were C Mr. S Salter. LINE. I. THROUGH TRUNK idea of whutturimen think 01 the gal- lllr!wK It is most too far to go and L lludderar. I. r' l.vnn. I I. Dawton. .; Vinov. . I was disgusted and indignant dlniirv limestone ijittinl. suf. .Mrt .mand reak, urnrjc l'eiton, Viet Hotli ... To The brown with the white face. Of I, ...., -- ...,.1.. .... i Field, Albert Camden, SimKainet, K. ne Cllllie hero Oil the IllVltatioil of our iclaw, C.C A M r,u"JaBd .i.. Miuiii linn ill a oiiiiv unjf ...i.:..i nviLiiin iv- - witli these poor worms, for incommod rourbu, being Kentuckiaiw, we went to gret. I should like to make a pilgrimage Miss) r' ""r"' old fiicn.l, Mrs. (ioo.lknight, m-BsJ"r'.M ing the fanners, till I got to thinking a ....: ..,:..!.. f . .,...,1, Heid.ii titer at S s Mjert i ire k .hiiu ..1 to tlib titiili of Jackson. He is one of bit and then I felt forry for them. Obey- Nora Murphy, but we have already met creaturesof l,o- d- mdlyas they mv h -- W,th tho ,h M mmv H mi ing a law of their b dug; sent into exist- suNcral oltl acipiaintauces, notably Dr. re abuse, bv men. Hut w hat good gilt m a mm who bt.nd for ,mt ence to eat or tlie; with no malice ijxhm-an- Cottrell, the beloxed. The prospects M .. has not been perverted.' My ,, In8t Ul0 worId Mna rf utterly ignorant of the mischief they for agood meeting are quite flattering, if ' ,, made the lovely things, all the same, the ,,, W,01, wo leaned on "prospects," which we do of IualkIM, is one were doing; little dreaming how they SIIIU J uxpeci l HJIN. Ul lliciu mi uium ptesence, God helping me, I will always not. Such grand congregations as we Louisville were putting that nobler creature man to "llUiriC CJ ItASrt UOUTIC. it will do harm, or "cause borne weak stand uncovered. his most strenuous endeaors to quell had yesterday, crowding the spacious To Nashville, brother to oflend, for whom Christ died." Wo leave Gallatin with deep regret, them, simplv chewing on the first thing "thm.i to us iii.iesi cap.tcny, THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Memphis, I will never look at a race horse Then 1,,"l,kM, "s of ' t"i'i wlien nxmii because we like the people here so much, to alfav the coinmoii torment of again, "u hilo the world standeth." At on Saturday afternoon for Franklin, Atlanta, appetite; eating onlv to sustain life, till wm" al' to s,"a" t0 mMaUl ulr nxuk'"' 03NTRAL KENTUCKY Mr. Scliafer'a, the proprietor treated us Siiiiiiwjin iiimti Iw.iriti 11 lutrti 11 t Montgomery, their time to tlie 'should come; poor!1'1'- - ' fl'el s,,ri'' i,Mt 1,M"' Truth is 1 jail I'mutt wo kindly lowing us his horses, (loi wiiin,, jjuiidav. ,I,ill,-vtl,ut lf we ari' "H,.v ""xlately Little Rock, things! What tsjuld thev do, totning to ' (.?i:o. 0. Hvunes. Kver in Jesits, while his lnd was preparing a rare treat w,,il Hko ,,u'- - """iiilmaii, Mobile and New Orleans. life bv millions, but eat,' eat, whatever lMtk'111' niul of strawberries, cream and cake, that wr "''1L' t,,,rb' nml lm' latter rain," "our Fuvnku.v, mmpsov Co., Kv., May L'S. thev could lliitl" Newport News & Miss.Valley Co. was the "right thing in the right place." ' ' l.v !;' as popular with S"I--We left Gallatin, with the old reluct-lanc- e lc Come to think of it, what thev Jlr. S. has been to meeting twice. I hope the many nsit is alieady helpful to the KAST MNE BETWEEN that Love well knows, Saturday these despised crawlers of the ,ir,stttl.J he enjoy wl our fare, as we did his. 1 years all the preachers will Only one ihine to mint, in evening, on the Howling Green accotn- -' do in more dreadful variety and meas-ifuw- LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. Curious thing memory is. A line in modation, onefotiu or another. . which, true to name, accom- nre. We slaughter remorselessly as we I,e loggerel poetical description of the once ' miles between Gallatin go; everv step marked with the blood of WI,L' th-- ' I'I,,tf 1"'-- l'r for U t,u'.v "iU race, that stir-ic- d plished the famous l'eytona-Fashi.SUIKDt'l.KIN KFFtCT M.W. , iJJJ. it. l'leachers are not lea.lei-s- , lint a half, an innocent victim. (Jxen and fatlings; EAIIORANTS our boyish blood, in M4 orM.'i it must and Franklin in one hour and tendency. wim-an- d sh.-e0,,y '! t a which i little calculation will discover to o I. mid lambs: fow of everv ,t o 4 . o . o. SeeVins hametnn the line nf ihu rnad t.ill receive Jiavo been, came back to me so plainly, Spinal rale be an average speed of ltj miles an hour. tish of every tin, tlee before th'e tlestroy-- ' ,,aPIy tlu-- w ho have thetlelusioiishak i !' t)Mii t)ail F. see Jent ui thit Cinpant for ralct, routri Sun. sifter this interval of 4:'. years, withmein- A. or til lu Hut we were not in a hurry and rather er man. e kill by the million upon en out of them, in their early ministry, l.ve Uilnjlii . , yirr it INiluli 1'iitCmv 11ml ltillv I i:ltiw 'I ml amiq r, p m I i.i p m t ! AtMOUK I. V A A that 10 );,,,rm,,n,r- II... tin,". Southern. t'Jo.vel the leisurely evenin stroll by million everyday; we maim, of thesmall-e- r is thethey are anything but guides. "This I.te hahnwith.. it 0 aam ie tl4 p m j4 jo4 p m a I ouutllle. Ky . m p w ...- a) p m VV1..', way, walk in it." is theShephenl's; v';rel"l,,l,Unl. Fight miles from Gallatin we m io 50 p m i to sort, half as many as we slay; and not to p m ltnva fit "Olil f'nnJnv" u'lin ttnrn iMlthll- - railwav. . 11 ,i j-- v A'r to p m j" r mou,u J I''tureMpie udge and pass thro simply to "eat that we may lie." Too voice. The wav is there before. Wo elastic for the superb mare that won the ..... ran. 1. ........,i.. , it 50 1 m in Jj p in o p m ! mi; n u t Hie l.ve p m 11 jl p in 005pm tunnel at the top; exchanging often we "live to eat," instead, and gloat iiinv uin. .Jin.-- . .iti inn .1... U... , tl... A,, i reatniec. I ivcalled tho name of her," 1 ru p m . ' mond Truth, the Life," mv-- , Jesus. We hae t 'f 7 10 p in . f ertile helds around the like ghouls over the carcasses of the helpgrass ami the t .r I.iii.I.f 10 p m 5 ami the wav Hali.h used illptn' PULLMAN no lender, no muster but Himself. The Air Stanford. . t ' I' m .. pm CARS AND SOLID TRAINS tlu iininu finr) iwinwhlll V lmu' countv seat of Sumner for a broken and less slain. We cut and "carve ami come it . 05 p in I.te Kichmoml mparatively poor stretch of country, n.nin I " till nm.,.ilii. w Miirfeitod. Think., misfortune of clerical conceit is that it, Arr llerea e we"thrilled when he went overthat won- m .,....w . i .0 p '"'5 S P thiU lasH m3t ,ot t ' rankl'n' dear reader, of the ioor creatures, who leads instead of guides. When it gets in Arr l.eiinglon ; .;.. "? t0 .Irons pas-agAs we approach the latter place, the enjoy life in their way as we tlo; who the "Captain V place, what a humilia.V To Wushlntrton, Richmond nnd t 'Hide! nrnty, nJe! oh, think bm Vo. J. j. countrymen! farms begin to look betterand just rountl have a terror of death after their fashion ting spectacle is there, m The Southern hpe arc on thee now! Old Point Comfort Kver in Jesus, Oi:o O r a ml I.te l.itingttBit It was magnificent! we all thought, the town evervthing looks .exceedingly as we have; and to whom the butcher's I.te llerea io it, a ml knife is aggravated by the thrill of agonDear fellows! Every one of them under thrifty anil well kept. Arr KKkinwid. . 11 tl m I.te Sljiifurd j nam $ j a in the sod long ago. Our visit to the old Hefore leaving Gallatin, and the dear, izing fear that precedes the deadly thrust. I.te I.ancatlir am 1 a m To Loulsvilo nnd Oinoilnnatl- Peyton farm, with this association to kind friends there, who treated us most Think of the frightened birds that th11 111 j n rr Kuhmond. jo a ni I.te Kichimmd. jo p m o 50 start them, stirred n "host of iioving generously throughout, my good friend, in deadly terror before the teport of the Cnnne. Ii mt.dircct fcr all mint in the rr W inchetter 5 P mi 7 40 memories." I feel liken veiy "old fel- -' J. c. Roileme-- , lvMp, C. K., took me six sportsman's gun; of the rain of shot that Atr I'arit a m ) 5 l' WEST NORTH-WES- T I te I.etingion AND 1 ij u m p m 7 it a in i ( low" when memory jumps close onto miles into the country, behind his brisk brings down some and sends oil others I.te I'arn j 40 p ml 1 jo a n, 1 je p m half a century, to recall the youthful Jig- - stepping blacks, to visit a brother civil mangled, to die alone of fevered wounds. SOUTH-WES- T. l.ve C Miliaria oS p m. a in 4 w p m 4 A I.te Falnmuth 4 tl l in 10 01 a m' ! 1! n in engineer; sorely atllicted now, butiwho, Think of the flocks of domestic fowls, tires of my young manhood's days. Arr Cotwgtnn 6 p milt jj a mi e ca p m , a. 4. No. At "Fairview" nobody was at home: when we met him in Williamsburg, each in turn betrayed to its death by a iv nrraiTSot ij, 17. On the Dailv llranck. Va. u ! Ii.i. ,. Dallv I io, a m and No. It, at J io. n m. rrMi at K. Sun nnd the "hands" weio at dinner. So we Whitley county, S years ago, was the word of inviting kindess they have learnMayullet to )o, a m, and 740, n m N 10 I.te l.autiUe . p m n jo a m only .saw about oO mares, with their foals pictuie of health and manly energy. He ed to know and love and trust. Is it not 7 ieate- - Matttillc at oo. a in. arritm? at ant at Arr LetinitoH 10 js p 8 j', am No w leatet Matitille at mil $1 a n ot and " Whiio jMtphur Sprie at their sides; aggregating a fortune in helped us pitch the gospel tent; caught dreadful? l'oor army worms! We J 10 a rr arritet arU at 5 p m Tkote Iraiat are Cfcnrk.it.. ill, Viljuott, J 10 p in 11 41 ilail) emept sUBJj, pedigree value, but very like other fish for us out of the Cumberland, and are so much worse than you, that one! Ktcumotui 4 wp N pri tlea.et Cnvinnon l arrltet at " Nowanri Ne nures and colts to 11 casual observer. tlid w hat he could to make our stay must stop thinking or turn vegetarian. 10 ji a in eit lalmimth nt 10 jo a m. SuihU) ooiy No ji Ifatei I almoin hat 4 30 p n, arritea Jl Covin Ion '" Old l'ot Cotnfart ...' 11 to a mj 7 u r Then wo drove rountl the stables and pleasant. I well letnembera sumptuous And to tliink of the honid seeming neNorfolt 11 i n 7 4u p at' 10 p m. Snnda) olj No 15 leat l.taing-- " U'athmjioo .. came away without seeing the tine hors-e.- s supper to which we were invited by his cessity of all this; and that we must go ligpn "7 HP w. arm e I'ati. 751 p w No. Ira vet " llaltiaerc 11 iipmii p p in, arrite l .Inirina Nlmoulh ;in p m I'hUadelpiiu - leate fatminith at inside. N a in' imam chief, Mr. McKenie, and how all the on in this degraded condition of semi j 50 a n, arrite at Cot-New Vork.. m, A Io a n , 6 Ju at 7 jo a m iff Another day wo dioxe five miles in bachelor me- -s that were roughing it, cannibalism', pieying ever upon the I1VII.V KXCKI'ISUNIIAV ., j . . .T. . .... the opposite direction to take dinner w Idle the bridge over the Cuinbeiland dumb, defenseless weakness of the helpMill I rami 1 and 1 are dailt bciweea W'ik. It kiMZtnM- Dihlikion .. Train.; .run kv fr,t.-.- II. . . i vtlMKI II Lwinician nd CinnniiaMr uinr other I ,J,n ,,,n w nHMtflHi run b I av( " wr with our old friend Sam Anderson, Jisq., ' ,uls building, were sorelv put to it to less creatures below u. Who wouhl rn llni, hick U o urvJAil) cctrft .sHnda) . fatr than Cvntrj1 m i'i(c(.i "". of Garrard, who mairied acharniingTeii-- j "furnish forth" the banquet. Uurinval-nesse- e not cry out for the Gteat Deliverer to . . . .t l .. .unHiuoM it. mui . at ,,, dailiV, AIMIIIIONAI. IRU-Ntu wii.il.eniiwo lor W left jug. A.HUili.' f'l'lSula),leati)liv Mill a.(t a m. Ml Slct II inliiyina CSarUtian. lady, and has hettled here. Hro. id friend, Mr. Jake Gillespie, caught the come and put a stop to this carnival of 1 and nlerH cititt I M I.IMt land 4 run via Wniikot-le- MS Tut am. arm I.etmston I J a m. arrive at Sam turned up at Dripping Springs last fish, of course, and the county was death, if once the sad truth were plainly v.lid iraint with I'utlman SUepm; Car.. .e Cln.ianaii tuU inrhetler II Jja m. No J. dall) eaeept sunb)( in inM..U md Kiilimond, Va , and Win wheio he got so inuch of our sacked to get the rest of the dainties that .seen? Hut habit Cinlnnt sensibility and 1 m, Ml Merlli k rfanincioo. jjj p m, gospel that he wanted more. He has loaded the board. Hallway men, like we can even have the heart to smile at Ihr .ogh tnkeoand ht14.tr checked Io ant T 'X V " "i...iH.ivnviop m arrite "III (letiiiaiioo reached bj- - a railroad. Jail), leate Cfifion l'ore at 7 .0 a , been iw "true as steel" to the troupe; diummei-.- , when thev do a thing, do it each other across the table andsay "DeI r ill lurtiiiil.ir. addrct- - ary, p atmt nf tr-- Co. ' "arleiton u 17 pm m. arrite Athland c 40 p r I II I Ct)N, s r. II MORSi:, driving his five miles in and live miles Ion a lirst-cla-- s I well reniem- - licious lamb, scale, and this, with gieen peas'" l'a . daily Uaic AtManJ 7 i . a m; Ir.vtliiiL' r N; t, Inn 4. r 8t ,' vnmioti arrite nt Ihltp nd'rrn back in all sorts of weather, and helping her that famous supper. Marie was put "What tender spring chicken; I must trtel rl uritj majti.n Kj. it am 1 11111111 urn 7 jo p l.ctiiut.n, k alrenifth an t wh -ruien , ,M re ec m nil. il Cat' on all ihr..MSh train. III. IIINIINI.IIIN I.en.ralMaiMK.r is all he can. God bless him! opposite our grave and courteous liu-- t; ask you to help me again. Yes, I prefer than the rdinary kin !' 31 can Old DtHnintooiiteamihipt leate Nor lie t in QonOfflcoa. Covlnttton. Kentucky, dap, Tu..da', I,,d V,' dneJa let, While on that visit we inspected an- and as he was about to begin carving, in bieast and wing. Thank you!" "Who (ompetition itilliph he ma titp ' f w Id o th rt weight alum r s tphitf dV at v p m fnr Neu ork. ij, HotAI Ittl IS ror iitKeia, Kaiet, inl irmation, etc, antilv at MliKK I other class of raccra that aro hard to bent, the heathenish fashion common to mil- - killed these beautiful partridges. Very tain ' KS Wall Street. Niw orlc tLkctnnVenr ail.lru.. SHE WALKS IN BKAUTY. i nieau the "ariuv woinis." Just back way camps, quite regardless of of "grace delicate, are they not? Another half? V C WICK HAM. I I.I H, nr 1.01:11 iivho.v. Ke.eiter I, en I 1'at r kI. Hro. Sam lives I saw befout meat," I lenieinber how the whole Well, I can't refuse. Thanks! A little 0 the faun whcio Win wnltcd In iK'niity, llko tho nlulit JiOO acres of blue-gras- s in one body, own-.'- d p.nly were partially paralyzed when she ot the melted butter, please." And mi Of IoiuIIcha lint mill Htiin--j Hklm; ArnlnJl thnt'H uf ilatU unit lirU'lit by one nun, tint ten days ago was said: "Gentlemen! as you have honored wesmitk and carry on, till devils laugh . . cldlll ,. . ..,.,. JlCftfllll llCrilKlHI Hint lll'l'l c, Oliim liicllotwil to that t niiVr liitut Jtnuo high, and "too lovely for any- me with a post at the head of your table and angels weep, I should think. r .sheriff, utj ctttha.t i.i.rtie.1 mmtjn WliiUi liciu en to (,'itmly ilit) d.'iilis. thing." Now theie is not a sprig left. I trust you will allow me to do the light army worms! 1 feel humbled and sur- ttLr,- -. N&m. itli wwolll It The whole expanse looks like a Ken- tlilliir Kr uvpiiiiiiullf fttlt Intuit nun lowful as I look at your humane ra ages lilitt i tui luviii LOUIS SOHLE3BL, three-month- s' tucky pastuio in August, after a blessing. I'.tpa, will you ask it?" Which among the grass and young corn; and I drouth. It was simply sicken-iu- g. I did, in tlie mitKt of a huslialmost pain- pity you, tlying by unnumbered thoiis. We drove over to see the hands ful. Tho captain didn't iccover himself amis at the hands of this noble creatine JCV. ItlCTIMON'JJ fighting to keep them oil' a field of coin, for quite a while, and 1 think splashed man; who known God as you do not, ami O110 atmdo tlio inoro, nuo tny Uio "younger son," "a little I'hotosrapht all lyle and that lay contiguous to this ruined pas-- 1 the giavy of the broiletl chicken, in his is a high-bor- n 4iit. 1'icturet In lliut linlf Im11aln.1l tho iwiuclw lci Kr.ira agitation. However, the whole party lower," only, "than the angels." Who India Ink, Crayon mi Wilxr Cjlirt. N tine. It was a desperate snuggle, iwilch w ru In v cry ntvm ticss, ile Or FOf tly llKhlfJia n'rr licr fivco deep furrow, plowed ulon;: the side of gradually recoveied and we had a jolly can doubt that we lie in a devil's iK'it In I'riiiii ul M it l riry t . r.prtcea. i micro t)i(iii(:lil Hcot tiTprcs Jlowpiirt'.howUciirtlielrdwfllliiiiiaco. tho field, wheie the inclusion ot woims time. Tho dear fellows evidently thought world? I tlid not even so much as know that threatened. At intei vals of a few yanls. at first that eating victuals that had been S. O. DAVIS. Iioles dug in the bottom of the luiiow piaed over, was a very solemn thing, theiewnsii impson countv in Kei.- about a foot deep. quite out of the icgular line, until they turky till woriiiiiu to cs.ilhitlii, niul had PHYSICIAN AND SURG30N, with a post-augThe philosophy of this, founded on ob- saw that our spirits were not lowered by foiyotti'ii tlmt there Mas a Franklin., ' ' I v servation and experience, is on thiswise: the operation. Then they took courage. "One half tho w orld ilon't know how the Worms attempting to scale the slope of Isn't it ilteadful, that people, geneially, other hull lives tney sty. Anil it is Olllre next du r to 'hith.J litug M re. And 011 1 lint check runt o'pr that brow ho soft, so fnlni, yot c loiiitctit, this entrenchment, ballled by the loose the moment God is brought near, think true for the niont pint we "livetuul move Special attention i;ivcn to dieit uf children Tho Piiillcn Hint ttln, thu tint.- Hint i low, lirt anil falling back onco or twice, be- that an appropriate thing is to drop into 11ml have our heinn" in a narrow home-eiit'lJlut toll of ilnyd In iriIniMi4 t tu' A inlnrt nt ikmuhi v th all hclow, thinkiii; little of the gieat "out-Hiiiecame discouraged and sought along the the distil lis? Hut the propensity is well A heurt 1,110.40 lovo h luuucvn' l, in large tleyiee, we iirm ditch bottom a better point to climb. nigh universal. So heaven itself is robt Tho Great Storj' of Thousands or dollars worth of Crawling, in hut haste, along tho floor of bed of its true blessedness and joy, and are. Perhaps Mime of the Intkiiioh lead-er- a chickens die every year from Choi-era- . I was, and it may are as inor.int ns the. furrow, they tumbled heullong in requites golden stieets and pearly gates It is more fatal to chickens than the, holes prepared for them; wheie they ami fiuit of the. Hesperides to rentier it he news to them that Simpson, though TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. ill other diseases combined. Hut the Having recently eipnppe I 1 fnie Roller Mill in eogmphirally hiiuiII, is quite important, failed to mount the smooth, perpendicu- at all torerablo. If these pleasant adthe town nf Stanford th it def any Mill tu discovery oi u iciueay uuitOitfitfr lar walls, and lay in helpless thousuids, juncts weie left out, and the dear pres- and holds her own bravely in tobacco, equal in quality of flour, we think the ciliiant ol aires it has been made, and to be coii pride enough made short ence of God held foith as one only hea-esmall grains nnd Mock raising; and that the cuunty ahould hate ccmntv U'e with to lu till a man with a rammer and aint.un the a line unced of its efficacy only rciuires a whom it miy concern tint we are in the A very disgusting what a doleful abode it would seem, her county Heat is a most attractive town work of them. ou, trial market to nuy ) our wneat and curn and will ,i. 5ocents bottle is enc ugh f'ir biiin-stonof '.',000 inhabitants, laid out in tlie old way give the lnj,'hcl market price for tame. oaash, to be sure, but quite effectual. I to most. So hell needs "fire and e THE BIVAL CLAIMANTS, one hundred chickens, It is guar-antee- d have added toiue new machinery U our corn meal I specially delight in, viz: court-hoiito lighten with lurid glnie the fashion think the corn was saved, except 0110 ucparimeni anil can now make meal In suit an If, after Using two thirds of NOW READY u. in the centre of a roomy square; perton It canuut lie equalled .... any other mill i .comer, where the voracious creatures dwelling place of the lost. Tor if ban1 bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly in inn ticinuy tt e .''iikii a trial ,11 our nour ami IN THK All hatin uriin li nnr Im. liad already done their work before dis- ishment from tho presence of God were and the four streets surrounding instead meal satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken for sale will Mill, where covery. Some of the farmers give up in its only description, men would even jos-tl- o of radiating from tlie building, as a luib icent will heplc.ue catillallat the who will mv- our timet, Cholera, return it to the undei signed found tin. plan leaves blind corners, bad i"ices for ame. iinu and ship.tuir aiuay one another in their eager attempts Tho latter .. lcsnair and let them eat. Othois fight ami your money will be refunded. . ... II . . . . ' .wvf.. - . .. tm ..1 EST Tor walo by nil Nowndoulers. Supt., Stanford Holler Mill Co ' them to thojdttt'rt'nd, with moie or less to get there. An eternity of such tor-- ior veiuiuuion, as in Lancaster, iiioi j5Itf. For Sale by McRoLerts & Stags. 'success. It is a dreadful visitation, nud the cool, cloud v weather has been great- ly In their fuvor, and against the farm era. They me very like the only not rusty and sluggish, like that COD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE. They march in sen led million, rising out of the ground in iKAiRn: 'rriK i..okij. places; going straight ahead; over a house instead of round it, if in MiTTKU VIUM UKOUUKU. HAKNT.S their "line of march," and miming their course of devastation, disappear as suddenly and mysteriously as they came. (i u.i.vtin, Tk.w., M vv lM, KSsS. The "devil's own," I should call them, Dbib IvTKimm: This isquitea famous Att f mil cittik t f witt ttvaiir iuii m t ttiiil ' . . ,,,, atock raWng county; and when I say that , largest , "Fairyiew," wt inrtO1,rt.,s0(l m.,ltlirvi, lmt l.reodtitg establishment in the I . S. .s (o M t,Km ,, the fuU meastue of His only three miles up the .Nashville pike; r ov,, aml mW hindeied in giv- . ami Hon. Ha.lcy eyton s farm, where 1111? Illl'fll't ll..ll ll lltlllllltlM. tlllt -. reytoaa " the gallant Southern mare, o( om. ThN . who beat "riishion" w hen 1 was a boy .t...i.. ,r.... uiilim l'v:iiwii vvjii? ji.ti ill. uiui iv tiiivvi- was bred, lies just across the same pike, eil with this scourge this year. I liave from the old Franklin estate, still called not Iieaul liow tar they have ravaged "Fairview" as of yore, you my under- crops elsewheix", and heaitilyhope never stand the sort of country we have come to see the army worm and its diabolical to. Hoth of these nncient estates have Tf n lultlil ' titiv iiiiit. Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal MISS HARRISON, blue-grass- y IMIli "cut-worm- ," corn-destroye- ll'-.l.- . m I I A NEW FAST MAIL E .me-nons- n..,(l. ., , General Ut Vlll-lllll'- l. ( visi-Got- hs WASHING MACHINE T Kp-so- m 1 .,,..,.,. & JlO V 1 - ,,.. ,,,.,, mjm - . re-Ja- nt i..:i. i... Fkw..uw.,,i. 1 e ki. SOUTH & WEST ; KertGkyCentral R. R. d, "' lt mx'Wz. '-'0 lli"K ARKANSAS TEXAS. on ' g 1 SAth-llHlll- 'i ......... - ." U',k.,r Chesapeake & Ohio ctri ' e: hr ' BAST North-Uoi'l- . lluii. in 1 WEST Mat-ttill- e iyii. M J .... .4 - itm inpn 11 V r- -1 - a 3 ' -- r, POWDER Absolutely Pure. d- r1 N r C '"-'i1- ' ... 1 iv, 1 - 1 , 111 y" ''rt''" 1 111 1 iu, mill THOMAS NEWI.ASI) I. ,.,. 1 I , -- n AITEE'CI nwirictj 1 1 M PHOTOGRAPHER, 111 J Cholera Cure! j Int (ton-M-l- j vj.'ltvov HRjMB - e, f. ." Self-eontiei- aroTxcE tt n, , e" a be ... I J" -- NEW YORK LEDGER. 1 1 L 1 I i ..fel