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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888061501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. GEORGE W. JAMES. A Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY.f FRIDAY, JUNE 15. 4888. NO. 36 CRAB ORCHARD. THE MERRY BACHELORS AT HOME. A IlKI.K.IITKll.l.Y diM-haip- Tribute to His Memory by Him Well. One Who Knew jrooil the kliul fathi'i-- , tlic or niun'i frit'iul, tin? lioiit- -t man, the iiillM work of (ioil, lins pint' at l.nt! Tlu ",i'ia llnp'rintjtlliu'.xodiiontlisoftliiit of iivrttfi)iix iIIm'ihc known n iIIm-iilit-nr- Junt' tlicStli, nwil " yt'iirs. lie luul mil n Mill'eivr for iiiorv tlnin .'0 vi-ar- s the (i. W. .Innif.x Hftl on I'rhliiy, from heart troublt', nt tlim ntlici-- tin t ut wltli U' witli of urt-atc- t liiU'iiM-- t Hut nliont foiu months au' tin- - in-- V home is sure to be always pleasant. l'ev. J. X. Howling was exju'cted to preach Mr. (ieorge James' funeral, but telegraphed he could not come. It was preached by Hev. It. It. Xoel, of I.ancas-ter- , instead, who In his discourse bestowed a worthy tribute of eulogy upon the deceased. The church was crowded and many had to stand. A long line of caniages followed his remains to their last place. The family have the heartfelt sympathy of the whole community in their sad !ereavcnicnt. Misses I. ura and Leila Doores are his duty, Merling integrity, kindnessto Miss Lou Mock and other friends relative-an- d friends, gratitude and Ihu- near Stanford. Mrs. Jael Cooper's old of hi- evolence were with him friends are glad to see her back home nature. These great iiahlic- - clothed once again. Miss Hannah McFall has his action as with a garment, not fa-gone to Versailles to spend the summer ion.il to please the eye, hut to protect; with relatives. Mrs. Lizzie Bryant, of and help warm tho-- e prompting- - of his, C'Hinpbcllsville, Is visiting Mrs. W. M. TIiom" heart which he loved to ols-v- . tiariictt. Important business called Mr. the t qiiaiuted with him know how S. W. C'otten, of Middleburg, to C. 0. strietlv he observed motto. again la- -t Tuesday. Miss Annie Stuart 'Live honestly, hint noWslv ami render is at home from Hamilton College, Lexto every one his due-.- " ington. Pr. John It. Owsley ami wife, t hive grand like Justinian, to these ' Miss Sabra Hays ami Mr. W. M. llig-gin- -, preoepts he reduced the whole doctrine of Stanford, came to Mr. James' fu' of the law In the daily walks of life. neral. Miss Hays is still with the Misses ber, temperate, moral in every respect, j James. Pr. Doores, with his two little there was not the shadow of stain iioii Misses May 1'arish and -- Oilllllll three llilllL'htlMX. HOT. r..1ntlni.M lltVll. tWO liid in fill flu. vni-l' Ha l.d' Holdall., paid 11 short vi-- it to .,. .11111 .I....I. viv e ......v. moth.-r- . nr...l ..fl.r.. in ul.l..l. I..... lillPI .1" nn.l MIMII .....ill ...... ........v., wlin friends at Hrodhead. Messrs. Jas. and .......lite hiiiiii i 'ci.......... but in.. have but gone on I...,..-- ., are III! a- - miller, - a dealer in stov a- pioneers to the heavenly land, and their MH Tatciu are back from l'ineville. virtues ami exemplary lives are farmer, as a niciehaut he was the same chri-tia- n HUBBLE. truthful, upright, hone-- t man. When a beacon lights, whose lambent (lames will Prof. Mieinshiejian, of Lexington, partner in the linn of sigler ,v. Jame- - 1 guide the orphan children home. The will lectute here on tlu ISM at night. clde-- t son. J. W. James, is a lieard an old family black woinnn say Pr. Xeal says James Palish can not rather trade with Mars (ieorge than' Mr. merchant of Crab Orchard. The second ''mues, has not yet attain-- a reeou'i. Missis Mary and Allie Hubble Sfgler, for Mr. Staler would not give you ' are in lA'bauon, Ohio, attending school. l nijinhiuul, Put is u clerk in his nickel to save your life and Alnrj oUU-t- l daughter, Louaiia, Mr. James liobinson's daughter, who would not cheat you out of one it" "t"'1'- (i to K.ivc your life." ( n one occasion he "" jrnuluate ol Oeorgetow n I ollege am! has been away for years, is in fiom - out to buv calves. " ",(,sl accomplished young lady. The Missouri on a visit. Pr. Tray lor and sent one of his boy' daughter. Katie James, has rare Hart well Luce aie attending conference. The boy came in;'the father looked at K. C. Harris his bay On Time !",l' aml ,ikl' 'ht sister, I.ti- llll,,t asked. "What did vou the calve-an- d for S..00. Plenty of tobacco plants can ",m' ,"1t,,,.,!,,ww' ,wi,h tlu' 'W'1 pavfora certain calf?" The bov saul gitti,A I he upright old father -- aid that ectur.il iT,tK.-. The youngest daughter, be had in th'w vicinity. Pave Prewitt's 10, U a i.V'rfctt p.odigv (iarlln, sheep aie meeting with the niisfoitiine Mas not enough and when he saw the of mental endowments, - to lose their hides in a cedar thicket and The decea-e- d made a wise and juditman who had sold the calf he gave him it is eaily for mutton. Geo. P. Bright tk among ,u",s "j1!- - Uvi(li"H ""'V1' ''l".i,j; M more. This is but one .e among itiovided Yeager ate running two seed strippers to the cliildien fair tm, ,lU (lrv pMH,s htort, Mioulil be run thousands of his strut integnty dealing. An unfortunate man could go, ,v his present etlicient cleik and sale-- to peifection. Albright is bailing hay at S. . Jo-- h Svvope is buying milk man, J. F. lloldam, in whom he had II. Owsley'.-of him with the inill-ston- at about his neck and tell him a true story such unb.miided ct.ntldeiice, until Jan. cows to ship. (i. A. swinehoad home again fiom the mountains with a of his misfo.tunes ami he would lend u. Xoel, of IjinniMor, pieach-hi- good bunch of cattle well bought. his aid and his name mid hi- - means. ,.,i very inqiressive funeral discoui-snor would he desert him till he could at the Haotist chuivh, to a large emigre- Weaver, a colored man who ttiox of sorrowing friends and ac.uaint- swim alone or wade out of his tinancial Barnesville, Cm., was the - recently died at fola large troubles. He of en indoised when he aiices, after which , t, dutiful eem- - father of 72 children, of whom ,"J sons oww( u. n.,111,,lH knew he would have the debt to pay. oteiy n the hill, where it was tenderly were able bodied farm hand- - when he Hi often loaned with no expectation of put "to rc- -t by the side of his devoted died. At least this is the tough story ever receiving back again. Ifamanact- - wile, wh. had pieceded him but two told by the local paper. shot t years ago. 1 heir bodies, now he hI fair and honest, .hi n,.Sht g.(k b H,Je Ul(J dftrkCoU1 rave, with Its Delicacy of Flavor be deseited by toitiine, yet (ieoige James the lovely, pure zephyrs softly murmur-neve- r And tho offlcacy of lU action havo renforsook him or withdiew his help-- ' ing over them, but oli, darling little There are perhap- - not 50 phan.-- . turn your eyes and yourtlioughts dered the famous California liquid fruit , , cold, dark, unfeeling grave and .'. . , remody, Syrup of Figs, immonsely popu, ,. ; men ill nil- - eini uif uie coumy .w no tio ,trout the ,i, . i,.,,,,.,,,,!,. uiiMi-iiiH"V 111 inm not owe the decea-e- d from 51 to $10,000. futlier mid iuother'iand vour little bioth- - lar. It Cleansos and Tonos up tho clogged and feverish Syitom, and dispels Head He has had the pleasiue of stretching er ilenry. walking tins golden-pave- d lirtli (In. 1. j li.l nf llltl,l.Hfmir.t il.ltl k'lv. streets ot the ;ew Jerusalem: (Mi. will aches, Colds, and Fevers. so live that vou too mav join the For sale by A. It. Penny, Stanford. was going vou not haIl(1? man. ing many a Vou remember well (l,,lVl,nlv m down in the voitex ol tinanci.il ruin. ti,t. almost idolatrous devotion your de- Syrup of Figs) e portrait Tho feeble, withered hand oi want was i voted lather pant to ttie never stretched tint to him in vain. Xo of your angel mother, having it placed Is Naturo's own truo laxative It Is the oros cuuiti siioniiv hungry beggar ever went away fiom his wnere inose piercinggaze upon his suf- most easily taken, and tho most off.'ctlvo vet sympathetically door unfed. While on his dying bed I fering form, and from which he could roraedy known to Cleanse tho System heard a poor man say of him, "He is the derive comfort by looking into those when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headonly man I know in the county for dark, liquid eyes, which seemed to see aches, Colds, and Feverfj to Cure Habit and to know him and weep over whom the gates of heaven are standing himsuffering, and appeared to be waiting ual Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. his wide open." I heard another one say, for him to go to heaven to bo with her, Manufactured only by the California Fig "If that mint had not one spark of relig- anil how lie was solaced by the thought Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. soon be For s.ile by A It. Penny, Stanford. ion he would go straight to hcaveh for that they would Oh, what united again to tongue can tell, more. kindness to the poor." Hut he had pait no his Why will you couch when Shiloh's Cure will what penoan describe the joy of that glonot only a spark of religion, but his rious re union of father and mother ami giie immediate relief? Price ioc( 50c and Ji.oo, whole heart was ablaze with that divine darling little babe, that years ago the an- McRotjeit'&SlKi;, Sunfonl, Ky., and Crow & home! Co.,StcKmney, Ky. flame. His heart was an altar on which gels tendeily bore to its heavenly in the Shiloli'i Catarrh Kerned) , a po.iilie cure Tor As the pale reaper gathereth purest incense of piety was constant- sheaves, oh may you all form one un- Catarrh, Dyphiheru and CauVer-Moulthe Mcllob .V 'Co., ly offered to Ills God. He was for many broken circle, with not a missingliuk. in ert .V Sl?B. Sunfonl, Ky., .uid Cr-.B. McKlnney, Ky. years a Haptist. His house was the home that land of fadeless beauty! Ih-cre-ti- ng con-idered ng tn-tiihu-baiihki lH-sgrand-daughters, Iiii-m.Ii.-- lions iimhulv futti'iH'il it ltolil iiion rip him with a cruel aixl ilHi'iinlncl that liallli'il tin- - xkiit of the ahlf.--t mul Mint t,xM,rli'iu,i''l mi'inln'r" of thf liii'tll-ca- t imifi'ion. tii)i lie know for week-ln'fo- ii' hit ileparturi' from thf mtiicm of earth thnt that event was hut u qiuv-tlo- ii of Mine. He talked of ileatha- - he would ami wax anxious of a mutter of to he pine, hie ileiiiture hviiitf tiiik'fil wth rtret. only her.utte of the ilear tuns he wilt leaving behind. Ill death tlemh Iok exported by hiuiM'lf and friends, when it didooiiie.citiue veiy muI-- d nl. The true) mruter walki'd nob-ii"il- y Into his eli.imher and jfoins: tip to In- - bed, with eold and iiy linger- the heaitstrinx.and almost witha pant: the immortal xpitit of tlu'hvii. out efnitorof the poor w.i- - with it (iod. It i cxcts'ilinly dillitult to tlo juMite t of the deeeaed without appeanuue of 'Xtraii.uiie. To iay th' that he was one of the ni'jst repevtcd an ttM'fiil I'itizi'tiH of the county would convey but a faint idea of liH real worth. U'iiile respected and appreciated by the public riierally, with whom he came in contact in the vnrioui. uHiiin. of excry-la- y near-- t life, only those who l.ae him in Intimate ami coutldctiti.il illations, are !nft prepared to j.pcnk if iiim and bear tcMiiuouy of tho-- e jrtvnt pialities of head ami heart which di tnik'nlHlicd him a- - a pxxl man. to friend- - and to the di-t- te el poor was with him a principle, inherent in his very nature. The plaudits of the world were not by him when obeying that which he conceived to be lni-tiK- --. tli'M-haniftfr 1 of the preacher, he wa- - lliianciallt the main stay and support of his chinch, j.riyin pel hap- - a- - much in aid of the church and the pay of the minister as nil the other inenibi'r.- - combined, (iod had been p iod to Mm. He had blessed him in hi- - land ami his;od-- , his houses and and he seemed to think that the jjre.it Cieator had but loaned these thiiijj- - to him for the advancement of and the relief of dlstre-- s, ami well did he the trust. Notwithstanding lid- - remaikable and almost ut fit libeiality, he still left to his childieii a consideiable fortune. In all my troubles and dilliciilties ami financial cinbarassiiicnts he was the best, the truest, the most devoted and the most constant friend I ever had. When kneel-inwith bursting heart by that' cold, lifeless body that once was the casket of the noble soul of (ieorp1 .lames, I knew that the ln-s- t fnciul I ever had was pine from nit li forever! Oh, may I, may we all, be as well prepared for the jjirnt change ni wa- - our departed friend. Death was not to him the invisible monster that he appears to the wicked, who tile without hope, but to himdeatlnvas but an in Wililc ines-enthat appeared to come only to suprest to him, "Had you not better iilt thi- - scene of care ami sullcriiijr and pi home to heaven" The shining hosts of the heavenly baud will meet you far down the aisle, ami with mu-i- c sweet and loud shouts of joy welcome you to your eternal home." ( (ften when by and hearing him speak of death with such composure, and so utterly devoid of tremor, and know in;; the man's past life as I did, I thought how true It - that "a holy life will disarm death of its stin." When his nice wa- - run, hi- - departure was like the unclouded setting of the eveninj: sun. Tlie decea-e- d was not only a man of moral courage, but of physical counip' al-- o. He tlespised fraud and deception, ami in aihocatiii'.' right and denouncing wrutw he feared no man nor no number of men. In defending the rights of his home during the war I have seen his courage put to the severest test at tin point of the bayonet. This much of his public life, but it was in the family circle and among his relatives he wa- - best known. As a father, d. as a relative, if he ever '""I n equal I frankly confe-- s I never knew hiui. He was bom in Pula-county, Ky., April 10. WA. In ISM he was married to l.l..ie 1'., eldestdaughterof John Itob- bitt, i-:- of an old Virginia family of some considerable prominence. He was Idin-e- lf of grand old Virginia parentage mid wa- - tlrst cousin of that eminent law yer, A. J. James, who died some years since in Frankfort. He was tlrst cousin of the late Jo-- . McAlixter, of Stanford, and w a- - much like that man in his energy "'"' kindness to his relatives. Fivechib k' er i- Aich (.'nixiii sent us word to say that lie was the only iiiau in town who had hoisted a Thiiriuaii Hag. So heie It Is. We were remembered with a very sweet serenade last Monday night which we greatly enjoyed and for which we extend our thanks to the sc rcnadcrs. Here is an item which we forgot to chronicle in our last report: Mrs. John McClure presented her husband with a little daughter on the -- d inst. Horn on the Hth Inst, to the wife of Mr. J. L. Van-li- s a son, which has been named (ieorgu King. cool night, a cloudless sky, a large at- BUGGIES, ' CARRIAGES ! MissSallie Ciieen has been really sick for two weeks, but is well again. Mrs. AW It. Pillion is out again, after a short spell of sickness. Miss Pauline Hardin met with n painful accident a few days ago. She fell on a hot stove and burned her right hand very badly. It is some better now. (.So to Dripping Springs one ami all. You will miss a good dinner ami lots of fun if you do not. We will be there in response to a generous invitation received from Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter to come out ami dine with the in whenever convenient during this sea-oi- i. -- fine of the most sumptuous (linings have attended in many a day was at Mrs. J. T. C'hadwick's several days ago ami very much indeed was the lavish display of good things enjoyed by each of the guests present. Socially, too, the day was pleasant ami will be enshrined among happy memories. Mr. and Mrs. we C. are a model couple ami a visit tendance and the Surreys, Phaetons, Buckboards, Road Carts and Spring Wagons, sweetest of music' the best assortment we have ever had, embracing over combined to make, the Menv Bachelors' June Hop a peculiarly pleasurable event. The paiticipants nuinlieied far overa hundred and the spectators fully as Different styles and prices. Our stock consists largely of the better inanv moie. The sillv fashion of begin-- ! ning at the time our forefathers would grades, and includes some of the very best vehicles made for the have been going home was discarded and promptly at the couples for the lancers trade. Come and see our goods before making your selections. formed into position and from that hour, You will be astonished to see such a stock in Stanford. till Jfc.TO the enjoyment was supreme. We have rarely looked on a lovelier gathering of beautiful and elegantly dressed ladies, fresh and flush in glory of young MRS. J. F. WEAREN, PROPRIETOR. womanhood, nor seen a nicer behaved crowd of young gentlemen. Siebert's orchestra composed of seven pieces more than maintained its reputation for furnishing the best of hop music and added largely to its .popularity. The Bachelors are to be congratulated on the complete r,. C success of the entertainment and are worthy of the heartiest thanks of all who enjoyed their hospitality. Below is a list of the ladies and n dieription of their toilets: Mi-- s XaiinieCoU'ey, Montliello, black '. GEO. T. WEAREHT, IWCA'G'R. lace. Mi.-- s Annie Jennings, St. Louis, white cashmere. Miss Addie Haydon, Harrodsburjf, totheir black lace. Miss Mamie Pickett, Shelbyville, cream tissue, lace. Miss Alma I lagan, Richmond, white albatross; diamonds. Miss Gertrude Grady, Columbia, cardinal silk, black lace. Miss Georgie F.delin, Alum Springs, garnet velvet, cream flannel. I..V.WILI.K. ICE CREAM FREEZERS T. R. WALTON'S. Extracts for Ice Cream AT T. R. WALTON'S. ELEGANT GREEN TEA AT Miss Nannie Dunn, cream surah silk, lace. Mis- - Sadie Bright, garnet velvet, pink surah overdress. LA XC A ST Kit. 5Iis Mattie Brown, blue satin, white lace. Miss Km ma Leave!!, blue silk, lace T. R. WALTON'S. NICE CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS overdress. I.OII-VU.I.- E. Miss Lizzie Snyder, white embroidered mull. Miss Jennie Grainger, pink surah silk, lace. Miss Ijiura Lindenberger, white Swiss, T. R. WALTON'S. ribbon trimmings. OKA II Fruit Jars & Scaling Wax T. R. "WALTON'S. OIllllAUl). Miss Anna Fish, black silk, late overdress. Miss Irene Dillion, whitesilkentraine, pink silk bodice. Miss Belle Cook, pink tulle over pink FOR SALE ! Fift one Acres of Land, mostly in grin, with small house on it, 4 mile, on Crab Orchard Pike. Term. easy T. R WALTON. silk. Miss Jesse Cook, white tulle evergreen silk. Mi-- .Be. ie Pi ye, black tulle over black silk. Mi-- s Sallie Cook, canary tulle over ca- FOR RENT! If above is not sold rea.onible figure. I will rent the houe at a T. R. WALTON. nary silk. sTA.vi'or.n. '! pro-pero- us , j s. ''' !'' '' fath-C.eor- '" Miss Sue Bout, black lace. Miss Maggie Welsh, white flannel. Mis.- - Bessie I'eid, pink and white silk; pearls. Be-s- ie Mi.-- s Richards, white flannel; flowers. Miss Kiuiiin Sautley, white moire silk, en traine. Mi.-- s Ani'ie Alcorn, blue surah, lace ' !"'' overdress. Miss Maggie Ow.-le- y, pink surah silk; lk-rtit- j diamonds. Mi.-- s Maggie Owsley, pink moiie silk; ' diamonds. jet trimming-- . Mi.-- s Miss Bessie Fugleman, black silk, dull e j- , 'vjlj. Rhoda Poitinan, green Henrietta cloth, tinsel. Mi-- .Kiln Shanks, pink silk.pearl trim- QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. LA m mings; diamond-- . (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) Mis.-- Helen Sautley, white cashmere FAVORITE LINE UKTWF.KX THE NORTH AND SOUTH and inoire; flowers. Miss Anne Shank.--, white siik. pearl LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, .li ..... i 1 ...... i, Jni ; i,i lite-siz- diamonds. Tlie gentlemen present were: M. C. Weaien, S. M. Wilhite, J. T. Caison, W. B. Sale, James Clark, (ieorge Herbert, Robert Wheedon, Louisville. W. J. Cardwell, M. II. Howard, W. 0. Oflutt, Win. Severance, Lebanon. M. O. Curd, Bruce Howell, Somerset. A. 11. Rice, James Carrey, Samuel Puncau, Iaiu'iister. George Phelps, Xewlatid Jones, It. L. Walker, T. S. I lagan, Richmond. Pr. J. W. Guest, Win. Pugan, Malum, Batterton, Basil Gtie.it, Ciaig, Bowman, Hud-oSkilhnan, Price, Jones. Wil-on, n, IN jj 1 HOURS. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. TIIETJSXA-- SHOUT JIX-in- . CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 6, 1888. KK.tvr:DO-rNo No. 3. F.x. . No. 1. ' ' READ STATIONS. No 6. Daily. TJJ?. No. to 4, IRAlN.i SilU'l II Daily jo m; n,pm 30 pm 10 11 1 traTnsni7rth7 So. a. Dailv. Sun, No. 3. No. 3. Daily. Daily 7 Daily. B Daily. 817am 951 am a ojpmiSuopm 3 7 Robertson, Danville. James P.. Cook, W. S. Huffman, Will Huffman, Fied Peacock, Jerry Adams, jrwpm 0 is pm 9 47Pm 935 pm 01 p m 10 j; p m m iu 35 pm 11 05 3) pm'u ij pm 10 pm a Cincinnati Arv jj am, I.'ic..."illiamtown....l.'ve 640am ,641pm S tjam 15 a m . (fCor(etowii. Lexington...,., Danville , 4 10 43 j a ni a m i -- looopm Hustouville. P. R. Carpenter, C. C. Carson, K. C. Walton,.!. B. llobbs, It. P. White, G. L. Penny, W. B. Hill, Kph Pennington, H. K. King, R. G. Penny, J. S. Owsley, Jr., K. H. Jones, B. W. Givens, Gube Lack-eB. G. Pennington, James ('. Reid, John Bright, Stanford. N, 11. y, jo pin Chattanooga at 5 I he Kev'.'l.eu. a)s: "lloth my.elf Shiloh' Stanford, Ky., and Tlujer, of llourbou, I ml. and wife one oui.luc to Coniumpiit.ii Cure. McKobcrtt X Stajj, M C n.w .K.O., McKlnney, Ky. m, No. 10 leavei M., and arrii e at Oakdate .it S 13 . Mann Uoudoir Duffel Sleeping Car on all trains H. COLLURAN. Gen'l Kri. tc PuiyAet. JOHN C.OAULT, General Manajer, R. CARROLL, deneral Superintendent. St. Paul lluildtnj, Weil Fourth Street, Cincinniti. Ohio. Oeneral 00, P. - as am 313pm ojjpmiiajam Ar v.unaitanoo,r.i. ,.i.ve 710 pm 900am to am r v oiupm 330am, 600pm 1. sc.lnamnooga.. 1 3 p ni t iod mi Attain Ar'v it 35 p in 3 30 a m 3l5pn!" io pm L'vc....Hirmingham .Tucaloo.a.. 40 a m 9 10 a m . 6 oop ml 11 43 am L've 4 wa nvio 30 pm Meridian ... 11 as pm 4 10 a mjAr's-..- .. 6 JO am 9 30 a m Ar'v,..Ne Orlean.,L've 900pm 300pm Ar'v ....! 3 joa m L've......Meridian ,! ...,iooo pm 6 15 pm ... 9xa m!l.e Jackon... .,Ar'v ;u 10 a mlL've...,VickburK. 400pm -- Monroe looj a m ,., h 4 jopmiI.'e 8 13 p m Ar'v....Shreveport... 6004m ...1 Train No. 9 leave Oakdate at s aj, A M, and arrivetln Chattanooja at 9co,a 1 1 ujoimiiljira pm j 03 a m 11 3 .....Junction City..., somer.ei..., wakaaie ijiim j JS a m 4 13 pm t 05 a m 3 10 p m 1 30 p m 600 p in p ni 30 mi 4 7 14 a ml 3 o3 p m 00 a m' 140pm 7 3 30 a m) 1 lop 111 3 jo a mi 1 00 p m 1 1 03 a in jj a m a li 713am 4 00a m ,' ,!. ., 0ce, T .k.,5L. w (EFiFrSr? I Tub Virginia Wises inherit the belig-eroMT. VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. ' SCIUIrlo.N HF.Nl 1ST, nature of the great Henry A., in n Thompson sells good? nt cost for (Jabo Klkin bought of Mrs. Wesley SlANMKtl, KliNl tKV. marked degree. John S, is nearly al cash. L't Office touth utile Main, two door, ahote Depot St, ways in a row and his eousin. tJeorgc I)., J Hunt several beef cattle at !5 cents. Stanfoiu), Ivy., Jun 15 1SS8 Teacheis' examination will lie held T. . I. Curtis has sold to 11. ,1. Hon Congressman from the IJiohtnond di' yearling nudes at itl.'.oQ per head, Hist Friday in July. ett trict, isoften in it similar fix. His latest Hrodhoad Academy's closing exerlllchuionil Climax, exploit was to "siuat on the snoot" Lew-- 1 W. I3. WALTON. cises took place last Friday. is IJossioux, a local politician, who inti-- 1 5Iacbetli, the winner of the Mlt I. !' M.W'tOMi: ttilll.e F. L. Thompson is closing out his .rul m n that he had prevaricated. The villi? Dei by, won the Kansas City Derby Cm dnt. I) from entire Mock of goods at cost for cash. 'Ji l.arkinK ItilliijinrtUra Home iln i Cumin, fjrj tc Snap l.vrr) (.mill) Sttut "code" must be falling into inocuous de- - Tuesday, over (.iallifct and a big Held. An ""'"" uf .loll' Madden was bitten thould Kite llictrordrr a. the noap it tutl to tv .. ,u. :..,.tLi..i ...i . Uu .,, u. .,....!.. -i '" v' I pailii mi pi dn)' tn it mi inn mi ntl ,7 ,7 to Ike Hiolhy, of Lincoln, (10 head on the Me bv ii nit, icsulting in ervsii). vocatcs resort to list and skull methods sold ft) dm. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. idrr. m Danville in tun dat i n of .settling their debates. Culpepper postolllce, his county, old steers and heifers ntiM-of will piobably be t Mablished in ashoit Columbia Icrald. per head. or President, NEWS CONDENSED. I - Walkei Duckner sold 700 bushels of ' time. I -- The ('onientioii Hall at Chicago will ' wdioat Monday to Spears & Stuart at Sfl GROVER CLEVELAND, The .May ami Fifer 5linstiels will seat 8, 150 people. Of New Yorl. and cents and to same linn the first eight exhibit ',,,,v To The Voter3 of Lincoln County: In a hail storm in India recently l.0 days' stripping of his seed at night. -- A child was leeontly bom in this I ir Iav llool. an tin. iih1 New- -. fur iES ami I persons were killed by hail. 2iV per bushel. Vex Palis Mnirctdy In ntritp tin' late. vcr, liixly will ub- - county with u fate resembling a S. J. Kancy in remitting bis President Cleveland will not be forplc.iv i unit forward anil pit rrlt ALLEN G. THURMAN, mally notified of his nomination till the II MW I AMI, S I 'itJiill irn.l .11 i irp r .iinl eiperlri "rj writes fiomtiolden City, Mo., ed false lace. It did not live, w lon.nrial Aill.t Kuoiiih (h? wink i n Of Ohio James Dolan, of Pine Hill, was looking very tine in hist Jtith. that crops aro fun ino-- t In thl p.irt i( tht stall llalrcir' g, Immiik ami hainpiiiii; tlnta In tin hint anil Satur-booThomas O'Hrieti was acquitted at and that the county Is on a big ly hint in a coal bank in pnl.il atlrntiun will enil lnipriiiil mli In Kor Judge of the Court of Appeals ehililriii on account of a new railroad thro' day by slate falling iiihiii him. Lexington of the murder of Henry .iti to laillr and ss j illOMI'sON. H JI A meeting will be held on Thursday it. Jr. Stanford, ry THE GENTS' FURNISHER, JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, Itains during the past few days haw night at the to consider the Seven men were killed by a cave-it I s i A'SU H. Itkklst 513 4th St., Louisville. of earth at a brick works at 5Ienomee, made this section of the Ohio Vallev to qucMiuii of a water supply for the town. IUoiihi in, K v.,Mai, iSI- .Mrs. Henry .McClure went to Like most of us, it seems that 51 r. Minn. d blossom as the Cleveland rose and set 1 hr 'athimxnf the day in the lienu' I urmth, Martin lieB to Infiirm their r n lllrit'u Thurman can not rule his own house lust week and had a tumor removed a line will .tlwy bt lounj In my More The Western Union earned $5,000, vegetation to waving like whole tields of in friend .uid rmlomtn of the ihanfc in hrm mi hold as well as he is litted to govern men 000 last quarter ami declared a dividend Thurman bandanas. It is going to be a from her neck by Dim. Peyton and icnl tor the lmlunpiti Steam l.aumlr), the to brM Lainulry In the world MARTIN d: PERKINS, It is relatd of him that on one occasion . of per cent. good jeur for those who love both this -- Uoo. Fredericks was up before the lie invited a number of his friends to j world anil the next. Louisville Times. he new firm hi. The Kentucky I'nion has let not only to ontiain the Linn of Ihc old. Imi intend to male nuni lit dine with him, intending to garnish the miles of its road from Clay City east w aid 11. F. Patton sold to Thos. Lisle lot) judge 5Ionday on a charge of having plotlncni. in the ma' ufai tuie of IoImko hi h mil e 10 Ihe inlerct uf our nittumrri. We will repast with wine, as gentlemen like to ' to the 5Iason-FoCo. common sheep at S.V10 each. Kiifus furnished boys with whisky. He gave lal attention our Natural DENTIST, SBjg? octKte nf('KcntiuL) Lett to leaf, Ihantlnp leal no, but when the time came his wife, Leecounty votedSoO.OOO in aid of the Kcton bought from J. II. Hcsuden HO bond. 1'tatnS )ou - Another grocery store will be stintOflicc mi ancaMi r t rppo AllXjXki'' lirMl fatnrt and atkin,; for a tfully itt- II contuiu who is a Kentucky woman and knows Louisville Southern last Saturday by a hogs weighing lift pounds at oe. They Kt.i.n tourilc LOiirl hoiie All ork cuaranttetl la iv tn your trade, we mtim ed here next week. Andrew Hiker will tire vjinfaction M K1fS A I'l RKI.Ns how to keep a poor man in subjection, majority of 1IW votis out of MO cast. Jtm were shipped to Richmond, V. S. II. jsjintedly refused to permit any liquors The Rhode Island (icneral Assembly )den sold to 11. P. Thomson .V)l acres of open in the house lately united bv J. to uo presentetl. I lie Old Koinan knew lormallv tlcclarcd Jonathan Chase C. S. an,i adjoining the city on the south and L. Whitehead t . Ji"m'H Jom;s- ' ,KM. ''lltd it was U8eles.s to so he swallowed Senator for six years from 5Iarch 4, ISM). , ,artlv w ithin the town limits at MOO jht j .several of the little insects cniwl into his his disappointment ami his Apolonaris The monument to mark the s,,t acre -r- Winchcster Democrat. TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Analytical Chemist, sock. Ho is now walking with a cam water with the best complacency he where Stonewall Jackson fell at Chan- Matin j if eml) a Mi. and a large foot. could command and enteitained his,cellorsville, Vn.f was iledicated Wedncs. KENTUCKY. Ihe t itiinf Stanford eipnpped lint Roller Mi 'in LANCASTER, LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. iai t ilefy any tj Suiulav-schoThe Hu.il fever ccenis to Malr a prnalt uf icwl, mineral iuililv uf (l.iiir. we lhm' ihe mum il guests in his Uual hajipy style. When day. waltr and thuuld have euoiigS One of our merchants, .Mr. J. Joseph, have struck this county. Nearly eer mineralanal)tl .nalj lical werU uf any kind Seid llir loiimyand .iittain i'ie Kiuutv prhleMlth In ,1 patrniiKr V the time came for them to leave he fob! Albert Alii lor uns scntcnci'il nt llm- tame for a circular foim wheni it way mm tin that tte are II t'e lowed them to the gate and with evident rodsbuig, P.i., to two months imprison- - ,,UH "dvertised his stock for sale at cost, school house ns well as the churches marltl 10 lniy ur wheal and com and al Cncle Johnny Collier, who lived have flourishing organizations. We Kite the Incne.i market puce for ame relief said ijuietly: "Uentlemen, the old ment for kissing his sweetheart on the hate added me new nw hinery lo our inrn rreal is in jail on acon the Lexington pike, died James Pre wer, who near here drMftmrnl and can now male meal in uc a v woman is boss of this establishment, but street amiol he eouallrd y any ill l's"i tl lit We Mill il a Itlal in nufether o i.t thank God alio does not run the town. F.ighteen convicts on the Versailles Wednesday of kidney trouble, aged tX) count of concealed weajions, is strongly thlt Hour MT. VEHNON, KT. meal ilcHirlineiil 111 hat in( grain siispicioned as being the party who llred years. liard-bin "ir ne Let's retire and wasli the Ajslo-- 1 and Georgetown railroad this for tle will plca-all ..i i r Mill where t r Severn! panics from the mountains, the fat.il shot that killed Mrs. Decker w ho naiis taste out of our mouths." The in- - week, and a toward of $'i) each is offered acei'l id lie foiitul al II tnn i,te the a llotl i. Hill maintain. In no ' tt f ir unit llian a id ayt ltl pii. who have sold out their lands up there two weeks since. It is Mid that strong TlmoM ami vitation was accented and the taste was for them. s VtVI IS iu fiHe rpiiiatHi. Cliarge. rtaxiabU. spe big 1110111 have Ireeii in Garrard eircuiiMancNl evident e has btvn g.ith- - clal attanlin tu the trat.ling public Su,,!., Slallfnnl Holler .Mi t removed. Our prohibition friends may J. J. Cody, foreman of the Jlam-Mo- r civil against him. use this airuinst the eouiini: vico nresi- - moth Cave raihoaiL atcidcntallv shot llds week looking for farms. l. I' Nl W'COMII, I'rnp, Mrs. J. G. Carter is gradually glow-se- e si"Ml VerutMi. K). NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. dent, but we can't help it. When we.' himself and died f rem the effects of a' -- If the Old Poinan mops up the ie-- i publican party as thoroughly as a ban- - ing worse. Andrew Ikikor is in Pine- a s of blood. man get the better of . L. Whitehead was up the boss of his home, we can not down a, he Peter Alt, a Haltiinore hotel keeper, ,,!l,m handkerchief mops of! the bulging ville air.iin. ! llarttt I ti. I s (, Maj.r W RetitoMs li II '. r' fellow feeling for him nor fail to join in while abusim: his wife was shot ami ,,row oi a democratic statesman, then in-- from Pineville Tuesday. J. W. Itmwu I. Ii I. M ell, Jr. and J S.,ri. o.c, Satr a wt'nt to 1',xvi11' Tuesdaj. 5lrs. Web- his exultation. th.nxtltr. tnthtf to lnmo iiK.rm killed by his I.Vyeai-ol- d who came ' ,,l'',, "llliU ,h) scU,' II 'rlitrr sn, regular ikI mir i Maiifnti nil th. rai i f ' H. C. Kauffman's little daughter, er and children, of Kuowille, arricd tn inil)ery murnm,; W to his niother's defense. Ihe Highland ""!" a) "lir noUirs Itmipilc It -- 1 ATthegreat ratification meeting by Tht IxMnt-ato bt fndirld I'nmkie, fell from thestairwav landing, here Wednesday to sjn'iid the summer. At One Cent thr Ihii', v mob of i',0 persons cliisml ilast maintaining and HMIiKtintf 'l Mr dai r t Tammany Hall, Tuesday night, Gov. , .Vn.lerHOi,. negn; mini niu.l lie ptinl iht ln.c nftai hipamh tuminkr rraan rriMti mr priil t charged will, iiicen- - " 'Stance of about ll' feet, la,t Wed,- ,,e lmafm ur hen 11.1 DAHVILLE.MYLE COUNTY, siaafurdakd IUH. Lap luixnikr III imoln Hi s,wke in the mos eulogistic tenns ,,,.,.;,, ier nl recoil-- J R ,0 Amwtsett who Nlvwl ,lis m.,.k ,lay, and striking upon her head, 9 IUKKOW ij inru,i(n nuniami anJ lavi of resident Cleveland ami coinphinent-- , t lo tn the I'ala.Ci line. r jOlt of Ann and ,U Ihirlun unr.. I...f.,i.. 1.:... :.. :..:i e. a very severe ininrv. 'At this w thine. ranted mrniiile el the courage, honestj and sincentyof,' ,., 11111,i1.., ,f ,1... Thursday moiiiinir. the little suffeier is the i.olice court Thiiis,l:tv innmiiiL. for .t C. A. BENEDICTS CO., '!' prim ipal plai c wf hu Atr1" ' all b Id.'"" ""i " " llftaJ ItjlltltllllllHlllikll . .. ' 11. al. i ...:.! . t.:..i i imtln rauni, K .a 1111 inn iiifiiiirii iiener.il, died at her home at v' omcivct, some .octter ana 11 is tnotiiMii sue win t nre.icn 01 me wcie lined $."1 Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, I'hr . wp.watloH .Kail rnw ., n , Its? IV 1. tribute to 5Ir. Thurman and .said ,f he of Juiw, iSM, and trrMlnat, .in '.e th ' "' " .1 0., Tuesday, aued !H). The news of her rci'iivi.r. JiiHr lot! was too old then I x was too old to be Dick Hently, a young negro, who sIlMDRII, K hr met in Omaha a newspaper man, capital liak iIm.M was k t fs(jm , ,jIt l c ly governor ol New ork at 7i,Samuel Ad- tinnianu u.Hiar. wmtn siia'l ie p. ' ji 141I1 must Ul01lllt htmn&, ,)f hU aj. and one of tin brightest of the class. O. ,iX" Ik'1'" ' the K'iiitenti.iry once and in I. "utai amcMnl. and iion ams to lie governor of 5Iass.u:husetts at ,,.,.,, e tIlu frcipiently, is now under WHI. drilled lit rdrr and I'mnti. furiiibrd al IliMrdol IhrvtiMT ahall ire ii'k II. Uothaohor, a Virginian by birth, but fai.tur prills 'IVallairaof tbr tmM ral n air S Mai .je.l V 7o, John Mawhall to be chief justice at T'llL. Ah,,,!U1)1 ,,., ,lllKt0I1 ,n. raised in Kentucky, who said to me: anet, charged with stealing goods uirth by Iwwrdol i.,t lor- n, ni ,j, , ,, 'x. a. M, John Qumcy Adams to serve in Con-- , cluiil)J, uc "imni .halllirr.iUTliI l, 'ii. ik.,, a w. iRTtaLr , soI)1 (M ,u.ok to "The West is the place to make money, alwut ivMK) fioin !o!ni1s(Iii A Kiniiainl. HAt. htor,..rooni) trrtilf. r. Vtur , br rlr, r.l i gross at hi), ISeiijauuu Franklin to help It s ,,,,. forS,.-,,.5Ir. Thomas liie, an employe of the j.nie...t run ,ear amiaiwr-- mtr Thcr,..,,.rtvh... but the only lit nlace to live in this! ... t trai i c I . . METOaMaP fc HAYS, rntninc ihrir rfctlhiu satHt InMrd .hall al form our Constitution at ,! and Simon ' ion,,tM) lo Irt. - sale Kentucky." And ! am inclined Danville planing mill company, fell a a i li'rk and tnatimr f world is Crt.kutt uinl thilhrSIKlir.i Cameron to be Senator at 78. Von Jloltke tI)nt aml !," other Iioiim-distance of :!() feet from a cherrv tioe on AnYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. tlnaiorn.irain.il an.omt of indcbttidsra Mi i and lots a- -' to think he is rfciit. may al ant lima aubfrt I n coiiimaiitls the (iermaii army at Ml and Oiail n.4 rt. red . ikoaMlM tMtnn I1AKIIOI RVII.Ijr,4 I'l.M VII.I.K,h, ami was eerelv Cicci-- I'rice sold to Jell ruicifull, of, "euncsiiay eeiun pirated ifU),(Vi.-Ihrpntai. pf.perly of Ibr UHi.rMtMt'r (ilatlstone is "!), At this time the extent of his int Will praitue in any tourt in lUMern Kentuiky br J'ineville, his farm on Supir (.'took, con-- , j1""The iccent sever.) Ih.aaibnwiHinili drWa have cau-e- d l.tamiiiatn.ni of landlille made atpecjalt) An) .s,.v,.r. (juries are not know n. ti io urea test flood ever known in North tiiininv: 1"" acres for iHi.OUOo.wh. tle tractt of limber, ccul and niuural landa for llar.rt k.t.1. W II Mill.r K II (aldttc I, Tin: cuiicnt hohanoii Mamlanl and s -J- asper Coulter stole a pair of shoes ale. Information iHruuheit oh any Mnt ajid .or al ru I'ineville's capitalists have . siianl rn Times contains the valedictory of .Mr. .1, Minnesota. Alony the banks of loy-- in ,f aJi if ,roin J- - ' Thon-I- host of the rieuiens reondentc vulnitcil W. Hopper, who for IS years has made streams, tributary to St. Louis liver, mil- - hem the past week and il is ipiite likely teuiiesimj mm as no u it the most substantial ami tiustwoithy lions of acres of land aio ovei flowed ami that a consiilei-a- l amount of cap! till will EDWARD H. FOX, ! odts-ui in tiari-.ncounty lands tin- be invested nancr in the State. He irives no icnsnn much damage litis heon done. laseiior train, fie was arn'tol by IV ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, -'- '"''f is made in scvoial rim; the next few da vs. for his retirement, but it is understood liceinan Charles sjunlifer and lodged in Miller sold to Thomas John h I'lominenco that Judtre t !..:i that it is on at count of failing health, naVXN'iiai.i-:- , () p,.;. J J j young men, many fiien.ls wish will soon """1 '" lu'arI' 7,i Vl''"N ",,, aVivoiiliim Walker the livery stable and vacant lot his white ami llaa moved In hi elegant new lunliliug nop r on Stanfoid street lor iAiXX). Mr. Walk- black, persist in bathfng in dignity's the poktnflu e and - Intter than eter prtparcl in THESHORTtSTANO QUICKEST " l",Z ww " he restoretl. lie is too -- ood a man to r. to ROUTE of November, ISIII, s that he will er will at once open up the livery biisi- - pond, on theStanfonli'- Lruasterpike i i accommodate to th puhhi with finr pi. nut. fr m out of the rtinks ami bis phoiocraph lif 'c. Sati.fa.l.n uar. ilred. t will be hailed with pleasure. .Mr. ('. JI. be 7"i years old the crv dav that he is ihs in the stable now on the lot and daylight, while ladies .. t chiltlreii are CENTRAL KENTUCKY a i kh iioisr in i will also begin the erection of a fine liv- im.. I'hiliijis, a youny lawyer of ability and oloetod ice pi evident. o:ts..iii. ltv. 'llni i if Vii.t 'iro u nli.liiiu I i ... STANFOItD Jinlge Bigger, who was peaker of ory ami salu stable on the corner where ,,,,.. aI,'tu.v nnv NM)11 u. "; , an twcollent w liter, will succeed Mr. . ,.,.., ,,..' f . Hopper, while John ('. Kennedy, who the Kentucky IIoiim several si'sious theol.l Hamilton hotel forn.eily stootl. '. .,..,. PLHUIRQ HILL COMPflNY MQP.TH EAST,W,ESTND ago, tlrojipetl dea.l at l'a.luc.ih, Monday.1 Your corresDondent returned from duct." has experience ami capacity, will Ip'ooine SOUTH-WgSM.llluf.l, lurrr. .miss .Maggie .Mclioiioiis nas roliiin business mana'iT. How's looking at It will De leinonilioroif tliat iluring tbei Onmli.i Tuesd.iv. Ilthoie bo any one in n referred to John I). White ami ,..tH ,.,,,,,,,,-ui,o is at a loss to account ed from Canipbellsville to lemaiii until FIoortiiB. WeftthorboftrUlnnT, Oolllnu;, FAST LINE HETWEEN the new team. he had some words, which weiofollowed f(.r ii... scan-itFlnlBhlnrT Lumber. Moutdlngs, SftHh. 1 of nionov hero, the sai.l after commencement. Col. J. W. liuest LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. Etc. Sash. Doors and Blinds alwnys Tiik State ( 'out nil Committee w ill meet up later by blows fioin White, who was ,., rcsiiondcnt tain tell him or her whore and V. 1. (inost have returned fiom St. tu stock. it has gone, (hnaha is a liiiininer and' Lo,,i' 'l'Ui' 1Vr of s?10.MKl which Col. ne.t Wednesday to take measures foi a pei hups :0 years his junior. Vl III. Ill 1. INI I rl ' l U .. , claims !X),000 people. The city is well Uui",t "eeoived for Heron was hicioiimmI thorough deiniN'ratic of1 CHURCH AFFAIRS. No V. not aecejiteil. He icganls evorv .lollar of the millions in- -' ''J M. C. Alfoid let- the State. Chairman built and south H'.uiitl. f host I in Sun I a ominends the luimation of chilis in every Kev. A. S. Mofi'ett will pi each at vested there came from the old Mates. ,,n" ''" S , LONDON, KENTUCKY, uu country, .ttrs. n. r. ns,oi jti am ntingiiMt town ami tountj, and is coiilitlent tlint McKinney Sunday aftoinooii .at :! oclk. Hence these gioans. l.tr I( almniiili. l"M, 7 . p , , J CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. l.ve in i u m V J P I II n ,. nil that is necessary to icstore the olil- i ... Victor, eldest son of Thomas I', and Mobiln, Alaluma, is heie to hk'IhI the Tahnage says tlie loiitino jmiyeis of I.vc C nthi.i ia il ot a in in , ,, m p m rr I'art ii n a m in in p m $ ,0 P in fc'aVlie M. Wherritt, died at his father's, dimmer with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. time majoiity of ),()( to oO.OOO is to got a clergyman in ohiiich .shouldn't "be t JJ2 It p m Thoroughly Renovated and Refurinthed, I irt Arr l.rtinnton " p ii ' J j " t'Uf't. residence iu this place Monday evening, vote out. club will be formed swored. l.tc I'ari. ii 5 umiojj p m The dosing exoivises of Min. Klla elit I' are and Reatonahle I'ritet. Day and nishl Arr W'tiiihcttar i J? p in ii n ,, m 6 or p m Iioieaud we hope in every part of the Klder Cobb's meeting, now iu its .!! aged 1!0 years. After a funeral sermon in arc met liy I'olitc I'urlcr.J'uf lint Popular Arr llirhinond rami im p m 7 io p in p nt Arr I.anratler. by Hev.J. C. Bandol)h, his remains " "kf'K excellent school took place at Home, county. Wo have one of the grandest week, a Cynthiana, has '2.', additions. 8 it p II Jin ii m Arr Staiifuril. thfOjium Hoiiko TiicisiIuv niKlit, in the .; s p m tickets ever presentetl to the Ameiican Kontuckiaii. weie laid to rest in the lncaster I.ve Rirhnwnd uj p in of a large audience. .Mrs. Duke NEW ... Arr people, ami every democrat should see The Mormons 'xiught lO.fXX) acres of tery. Iu the death of this young man I'ence i o p St ,,,w ,ina thorough training as a teachoi. Arr ex ntitun 5 lj P m that it receives the largest majority ever land in the State of Chihuahua, Mexico, Ijincaster loses one of her brightest and llAto OI)(IIImI lllllchtir thnli tit au M...I ... bovs. His universal popularity A graduate of Louisville High tin' I rrrtll Stnru li.iuc and am pifpurid to fuiiu.h noblest for colonization purposes. cast. " l. i. . "ii ih k.nd.oi ,rfa... r..i, and .,r tmiRlit for several years at Bransfoi.l '' -- The Bible College at Lexington grad- - could only arise from his trueness of " s ti a in i.ve l.itniKMoit niH, uoii)i., oi unio, was ojijtosed Mlltil.l Itlllil llilllltia t 1. friendship and nobility of heart ami 'ont'ge, uwensboro, ami later occu- niiiiiiiiB my t..wnn mmy .it l.tt' llcica !!. li.ti. !.!. ' in fj a in ", , timicrt hi si.niifnril and tintiitv to the noini.Kition of Thiirnian ami says "" , . e Arr Ricliniihid. ii 4 a in ,' liim was to love him, !'j"d a responsible position in the iniml. To know M l I Kl " If vL'.kikLTa inr.fi. finw. if In lt'iil lii'i Itfi.l ' ' ' I.ve Stinford j lll'l V UIIIU Illl'l his friends were legion and liisen- - ville High School, which position she llllCt. i.'n aa in J f.l ii I.I l.tc l.aiiiatter a he could have prevented it. One who "''''d at the lime of her maiiiago to Col. Irr Rn hnumd.. It r a in 6 4J a iii nt Key. Morris Hums, W. N. Potts and emies none. Ho was a member of thu JO bllrti-- .! ii'u lit il "I llil M iIiimiV" ..i.i...i l.te Ri hiiiiMid l p in " 5 Uitles, which oiganuation at-- "'ike, of this county, in ISiiS. Herchiof rr in tutu irtiin 7 ,,.., tli.t 1,WV rlinl f,.iI.lll fill, II ,.,, .Irim .I. fti.l Will. . iiifniiiu .S. S, Myers represented the Stanford Owsley us fiinuml in a botly ami mlopt- 1- assisiani, is .miss iiattie.Marrs.agradnate CRABORCHARDSPRINGS Arr Wimiiitttr ' Ii p "1 8I 4" a in I'arm tent et l tlm District Cniifi.ii.iiii.nt ohmvb in '!l. i piefeired Ihubiu Ward as a candidate te l.ttliiKtnii several years ago of BellSoininary, wheio Ky. ' p in ai a in , , p , , t'd appiopiiate resolutions legarding his more this week. l.te I'.irit 1 I" p in ? yJ for governer when Homily ran and that "' 3 50 P m I.ve Cjntlnaiia ' p III 9 --There are 17 Baptist chinches in demise. The armory is draped in mourn-- 1 tlu' accomplished Mrs. Mary Boll Allen a in . ,o n m l.tc almniith , since then he has been instrumental in was piinelpal. 5' P '" io ni , OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Arr Cotiiiktiin 6 I'l p III "15 - "'I 6e ?s p m his meinory. Cincinnati, with an nggregete inefnber-- 1 '!--' co p gettingfiomeof Hoadly's coal oil friends Miss May Keiguson, of Covington, of :i,700 iieiwnH, whoso contribu-ship a Card, On the llranth . . o.o leave. IMn. very near the penitentiary door. ,. a, is a guest of Miss Sallie Anderson. Mess. n the Kdnur intenorjonrn.il ) tions amounted last year to t;r,tKK). !f I'iiic llr.ttt anil String Hind in Auendaiiui from Sio.a.n.ind'.Vo. 1 M.i).v.leai.j.,..,,, .f, ,,' I). Lest some of the pations of the Male July itt lo Sepirmlier it Katet ieatl rcditied, le.ive,.Maj,t,lo.. In Jes.s'amine, thu meeting at None- - Horace Logan, r rod Hamilton and L. . a. I,,'.,, rituE", K,",, Hilly (Bradley is accused of Ouitown 8o,ain No u leatt, .MjihiIIc al t or . nJ llollingsworth, of the Louisville South-- , f'eminiiry should bo induced to helievu $1 per day ami Jiop.'r wivkand npttard saying that "We can surely carry Ken such closed with :7 adtlitions, making irntesat t. p , Ir.i.n. aro IIOMASN'IJW.MAN, Manaxir, daily except sundai . tucky for the republican paity if the pen- - ItHj adtlitions since last fall. Their now em corps of engineers, were in town on that on taking ehaigti of the school I will S t KIN't;, llctiileiiiSi.pt , .Nil .. L J Hal....,, ,1, , a"'m! S ndaV "hihiiou cost ami is Tuesday. V. H. Jennings, of Spring-- make a sweeping change of text books, I) II HlMISTON, t pie from the North will come over and l34 '"'IT " le.itc nliiionih j 3' .it jo p ,. Held, came up to see his mother Tuos- - lot me, please, make the following state-dat 6 jo p .,,; Sunday milt us." Wo hardly believe he said it, handsomely furnished. f J v,n," help n 7 IS P in, I'.,?,, jS , Jfflb ,' ""8 and loft Wednesday to accept a po-- j ment: I never make changes simply to KImiiii wiiteM that his ,'v- hut if he did he was either falsifying oi j "t Shophenlsville so far has sition in Ohio. Misses l.tila and Mary relied on the previous management ' or givery, $eed and Sale Stable, joking. There is not enough money iu the foltl, 7 coming iu atlSamhfer have returned from school at to gratify some pet fancy of my own, thoXotth, or in the woi hi, for thntin.it-- 1 '""""K1'' l" f.MAV. .. ..... , i. ii i .... tor. to buy Kentucky from its democrat- a fdiriius mooting Wednesday night. He Kussollville, Ky. 0. Jones Salter, of but only when the intrinsic ineiitsoftlio U heftier, .ci tint ni .ihii JHrn iinit' ",n"M ii . l,IILlin.llL' nil... nuti V" train, art daily et, tpt Sundat has accepted the call at (juitmun, (hi Heope, Ark., is visiting lelatives here, new book are evidently far superior to " "l"" io principles, and no one knows itsowell Miss Dollie Hrown, who has been at to those of the old. I make these cluing and will go thence July I. as thu bantam from Garmrd. The Presbyterian (iener.il Assembly tending school at Shelhyville, lias iel es so gradual as scaicely to be felt, reTniMis aie getting red hot in Chicago reports that ..SOO.OOO wore niised in the turned home. Mrs. K. I., (irinuan, of meinhering that school' books aie ipiite W. N. Hush. expensive to the- jiatron. Theiefoie, I ami it is saitl if lot nl influences avail, past year for home missions, being 0 St. Louis, is visiting Mrs. llmlni. (iieshan will be made the lopuhlicau W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. increase. This supports l,4Si! mis A. M. Kinnnird, Fleece Hobinson, mid jirojioso to allow classes to continue iu noniinee for president. It is also said sioiutrics and :i,71o churches. The As- Win. Cook, of Danville, attended the thehooks they have boon using until ovno.v, r , of Victor Whenitt Tuesday. ished, and then I will suggest as to the that Hilly O'H. has a wee little boom and sembly recommends the raising of O." Irave.m, ,5.,...,.r A , (iood tiiriiniilsand tailille hor.c uIh.iji. for hire "hcitj's hoping it will inoicaso ami for homo missions in the coming Mrs. II, Uuriiain Price is visiting, her pa diameter of the now book, on eaton.thlc teruit London it the nmtt convenC.ni8U ' Ky: ..5.10n'KII It ient noim on the railroad to liach lil.nm in tlm till ho can grasp the coveted piie, y ar. rents at llolonwood, Tenn. Ai.k. S. I'wio.v. in the mountain neitlou of the Mate io OonOiHcos, Covlntrton, Kontueky. Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal nt . 4o0iHS!rs&H"jMifl -- '' NOTICE. 1B?IFmiW Louis-mate- d SIX FACES. I i i- "'"; pon-ili- I I l. 1 ro-- TAXES TAXES I ' ' i m blue-gras- s t, distort-scriptio- n 30-- lf I r.i.-.u- i bad-sectio- n Met-eal- f, WOOD WALLACE, n court-hous- e . H 1 N Mai-for- .V I Car-jH'iite- r. i.j 4 1 1 1 - LM W. B. PHT1TY, 1 I rd j -- - f - j , i i ki.-k- , ..... H.A.KVANS,A.13.,A.AI. NTOTICE i ol 111 i I ' 1 i NEWCOMB HOTEL. 1 I I IK 1 11 y e . i l.lp-lulf " ' - - hen-pecke- d lo-- , 1 ICE, ICE, ICE ! i I I I I ''" I w -- Il . - Per Pound I '"s I 4- I i I 1 .f:,,.i:....,.. ,,,, i 111 11111111 11 ; A ,, "... l, I ,,. -- 1 I aiithH-.M- d , . 1 work-hous- .,., I t,. v. l,.... l . I i , lm s t . I i. j i ' - , 1 ftt-inp- I Ikh-i- i I j j K , . . j d soutli-iioun- il statt-iiicn- t ! Thur-whic- nv. ,.,.' -- ' -th '" ; KentuckyCentralR. R. "Ill.fi;j ss tin-mai- - . ,, ,.. ' -- i i (II ! T. i .1 se.-io- i 1 1 I -,t "" "' ''' JACKSON HOUSE. j'l, . HI j an-tli- e, V I I I j0;-l- f. ,- HITCIIKH SIIOI.. II IV. dein-rnitim-a- . . I I ' Niirlh-lliitit- h '(' ' '" ; . . Louis-henc- I . -a S l -- ' .,, - i ' HI Crab Orchard, m 5 I fr I 4 4 j A 1 ,"$' . I 1 I '"''" Jt ,.-...- '"' 1 l , I y 4 "ll ",! -. I'-- J '''HK it' viii-,"0',AS,:1,- - i I i . . I. il K ' Sl.'IO,-00- j al I SS."0,-IK- ! on-lar- - i 'i tv ' t 1 v . 4 ni r , . HfMifei -- . ',' Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal science and progress. INTERESTING MANY ALL "IVIld AROUND THE HOUSE. YOL'NG FOLKS' COLUMN. K PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. SIX PACES. HARRISON, INFORMATION SOURCES. FROM The New Hrsleni of Tnarlil 1 fleni;riitliy liitMHi'il I'T it California C.rnlit- - mid Nmnnil llu, "Mneal Hyste.nl," PUUOHASINa AGENT. noil It. Vni It. I'olotril Out. Hotol Emory, - - - Cincinnati, O. I'lie 'luienl system" of teaching g'"Ogra Would thunkfnlb solicit v our pitronige in pur ph Ik if invention of n California genius crating for pcopli initld- - of tin cilt.ln nn) Inn As w lie s from the cut II iiiliMxtH of 11 nl ol uiMdt,vlr llrv (,nnds, Milliner), Notion limit in limp in wun h the general nutllueof nil Mini, furniture anil Carpets nf tln iimiitr) or its con picl il the stllsllx OutllU uinl Miiiriitnr Omnia iddlnu 1 uImi "chaperon" shown hiiiI from thee IV Ladies v lilting Clnclnn ill tlgurntlim "r VnpplngomlKiit wtme H"l rtfettncc ulvrn the. inoiv ctm't Indications of tin isiuflgura ( I aw reasonable Telephone (7 I lie tn in ii ut 0 iniwu iiinl call, llure-fordiuw in,, vitriou. lines indicating tin? 1 11 nsrsuRE In the Fciiu Mullal IJi'c general Insurance Co., Phlla- clclpliia. it un iildundtlinroiiuhli reliable, vrar with lu,$uo,ooo rinpany, now in itn tt Its rite are as und J,von,mi surplus low ns iiny old mid rell (hie riimpin), with dlti demit unsiirptsteit 11 repul tllnn for f.ilr ill Jllnu x,illrd ly mine and plana tu milt ctcryhndv Would cull the uttenlion of limine, men to It. Ills ititiritle 111 rt nt 11 endowment, aciumiiiate.l nurplut and jjtt r Hilt ed Ismdt pi an of policies imiii n in.ured on the line rate .it men JOHN K r'Al'I.KNEII, IH.tiict Aicenl for KentiieV) ' jm w (1 V per I "-c oloji'-viu- i itwAHATi Chicago Xifc A NEW FAST MAIL I cavin,; tn LOUISVILLE & 1 CINCINNATI I Daily. Sei ire rttelert, THE MOST RAPID ROUTEi ver ailcmpict. be'oeen the great toinmit. ul nn the Onto K,er and I hion". and heme the failett lime mid mutt ismfoiul.lt iraint all pnlntt in the South, ur to the U etl and S ithwe.t. I he counterpart uf lhi train ou all line, ii tie nominated I he l.iniiled l.tprctt r ink I He tupcrli ridhnt; HKk we employ Rlvc patrons I 'luaiteil Com foil "Al all Coiqwn Ticket OlTuet in the Hnth Say .Mo- mm itl IihiI twr time tahles and ticket! I net t ". (et Mono ami Hick 10 Maimn, il you ite tuner and hae a pleasant lournev. want h I A M Ii O. McCOKMICK, Central Patsenger Agent. Chicazs City l"lcket taenia and Olfieer lluis'san, it) alh Ae.. laraitttlle, Ky. TuftKKNvS, IJf ih .1, i. iMvinwati, Ohio LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. I he Creat THROUGH TRUNK LINE. lu I he- - SOUTH & WEST With- - nlierwunl nuke themnrnnxnci contour linos llinrefioin Hint gaining Knowledge of the I'nper lliinelnif, xlte. irooriiuii and general upieniaueo. Not n few hoiiM'keoiiers w bo occasionally which 11 1. impossible to obtain Iront com try their hands at pafwr hanging, will be plttfrd llllM glad to know how to make lino smooth pusto for that pur" wo Pour )oundsof flour will miike etiougii for 11 rxim reitiirlng eight or nine rolls of piper llent the flour to u stiff lintter with clenr cold water Then our boiling uMtir upon tbo batter iwhich should Im In a vevel litrgo enough to contain two pillftil-ilstirring briskly The batter will ellowish swell and change from white tiugo, when no more tioiliug witter should Ira ioureil In nnd the Mistc is undo. If siring is iicit'ssari u iiuko the paper stick to wnll. add eight oitnis'S of dissolved SVHTK.M UKlKil'. IPHY LIVKAl. Of TKACIIIMI glue tn n pnllfill ol hot water I 'lit the sizing In tho cut Is nliowii un outline ungrnviitf; on with 11 whitewash liiush, taking earn thnt of Hie Utiltiit Htntiii TI10 gvnentl oullliii) It g(s-ocr etery strt of the wall mid thnt only follow the more 'pniinliieiit invtiltip t p nnd bottom nre especmil) well slrwl. The ilotk n ro When this prepirntinti has (iirtly dned bung itien of tliu 11 ml or iM)tiutJar piuivil in iik'Ii MiMtloii tliul limit ilmuu thu uiH.'r with pat 111 the usual wuy iiiitM or lntn w ill nhow the n'i ral f rum the itmtiiiir of Hie internal miI1i imoih into Ilunil'lik , telly. liy tlmniil of U10-.- 1 ilotn the pupil will .tJiti flatmm Jell repiiMiiles a delicious and 'jii liiirii to eoiiktmet nil the MlUliMxioti very prettj uv of thl. fruit foi a dessert of the rouiitn rirt, in Ketieinl oiitlinu ly 1; gelatine in half n pint of minces .iritnini; npinxiiiiiilHhiiiiiKlit linen throiiti 80. two twenty of minute, add two cups of iluti, itml nltirwiml 1 10 more inlnutu water for the white sugar the Juice of lour lemons mid 11110 liy irreihiritleHof eontotir limy ornnge, tilting care to remote mtsIs, jsiur on tlotlml lineo I'or iiihUiiux. tho line ilniwu mid strain tlin-pints of twilling wnt- -r from i to K wouM liulictitu the wuithern thniugii a cloth I'eel six buunnns mid cut U rrilor) tor nortlnni Umli-- r of U'lmtiiiiKUm tioumlar) of Oregon) In an niproxlmuto into thin slices I'our a little jolly into the and it tins t IiiimI enough to nuinner, while the ilottiil line. I", would uliow mold them. when with slhvsof luiiiuiiit when hold isner The line, N tho moru inlimto contour would liidlcnto the eueiiil contour of the cold add another laer of Jelly und tmnuiin. on Ice coii.l of IVxait, while the ilotteil line. U. mid so nn till tb' mold is full. I'ut to harden would how the fcutllle-- t luoro itl detail riicwi oiitlinu clinrt. explain Kcietitlflc I O Ttllnc for llrriiklnst. Aniencnn, may U' erniaiieiitly driiwu upon A boiivwife gives thu following culinary a latr or hlncklionnl, or tliey inn) In drawn hints ouklllc.t ulntn w hen' the general outliiwt nnd Pi izzltsl ham Is quite as palatable ns frit-lis- l Connecting 01 dot limy le rmntieni it prepinsl in the same way nnd Is Ih dniwu witii encil an lines or contour lua us of the hook lenMin or other innrkliiK implement whilo thn Delicious breakfast fritters sro made of I la in proRreHM, mid nlterwnnl eniMil tu n to heaping cup of cold niv. lVj nir of raw lenvn only the pvrinuuelil outlines nnd dot. rvrealiiie, 4 cup of propired flour. I tea stHMitiful of s.ilt. cup of milk or watr with miiiw it. h lllnl Cittrlier. tcnsMK)nful of condetiMsl milk, 'J eggs. A fielglan Cnnirkii' r ha recently Usil the eggs, mid salt mid rlcii llent until n new Miurve of diuiRer to liinl from smooth, mid milk, flour, etc., mid fry on a n fall of diinp nillienMii miow It npiieur hot gndilla went her" the luriU resort to thai during MiifTeii Ksc. tlm nmrnst trenm or other IhI) of open For plcnitst and other outings eggs with wnter for the puiosoof win tnliij their fivt Their Ioiik lull feathi r lieisitnlni; "et. when strdino Mllt'S will be found n popular rethe return to the Held the wnow udhures to freshment IJoil four or llvo eggs till quite them and i they dr.11; it nlonc Uie tmll hunt. Iny them in cold water, shell mid cut rsiiiMiiitlit iht,vm-- i Hi sl.'a'. Ill the Kline way them in rnltes cnwswiwu, carefully remove thu jelks nnd cut the tltw off tho whites, so thnt they will stand In a dish. I'ut tbo yelks in n lmin mid rub up with thj.jn a small piece of stale l.teiid crumb slightly soaked In milk, mid two washed, tioncd and finely minced sardines Add a very llttlo oil, opt r find salt 5Iix all well togother, till tho whites with tho mixture, and keep In lni(' if ll kuIhIIvIsIoiik. and tuny Floirers mid Iltish Itasktita Hint Aliuul llBtielni; I'npnr. Wild flowers, manri of prtmrrnses, daffodils, wood violets nnd wild hyacinths or llllnt of the valley are the favorites for drnwln room of highest fashion nhrnmL In Even the rinixh marigolds are Clear gins Imwli mid globe useij ax flower I'he wixmI flowers nre kept In rusholderx tic receptiules, biixkvts and tmiucrsof un peeled willow or the plaited runli holders from the Norfolk broads In inentioiilug this charming fiuhlou American Uurilen nf llrms aa s iigiilui fnet that, with all their ilextority American women never tako to niauiifiictttring ornmiuiitul wnro by hand. Thoy can paint everything from the town gnrnlshcd with r, ntmp bi the stuto stop-e- r knot of "hand painted" daisies on the black leiuhsl stirfnen, but tliey will not we.ive rush baskets, although tho work Is as easy as braiding units. 11 Uful DEVOTED TO THE ENTERTAINMENT OF BOYS AND GIRLS. Popnlat Hun It arr Teat rmirleniuecl. Cariosities of th Henllug Art. A test for sower gas, which has been ex- Nightingale, Wlilrh from Ancient Time Una lleen the Themn nf I'nets and tho Dellcht of All Wink liar Heard Its Wonilrnus Anns;. Tho nlghtlngnle Is welt known as the finest of songsters. It Is a native of many parts of Europo nnd Asia and the north of Africa. It Is a bird of passage, extending its summer migrations In tho continent of Curopo as far north as tho south of Hweden. It- frequenti thickets and hedges and low, damp meadows, near streams Tlm - tensively recommended of Into, consists In exposing to tho suspected atmosphere pieces of paper moistened with a solution of sugar of lead The pieces of paper aro supposed to Indicate tho prosence of the dreaded gas by turning black. Popular Bclenco News now pronounces this test entirely unreliable and only Indicative of thft presence of sulphuretted hydrogen, a very disagreeable gns, but notcspecially dangerous In small quantities. It ts tme, neccrding to the authority quoted, thnt tho air of sowers usually contains moro or less of this en, but this Is not always tho case, as such test papers hnvo been exposod forbrifan hour over the open mouth of a very offensive sower without tho slightest discoloration biking place. There In no definite test for sower gas known, nnd It Is much better to avoid nil possibility of lu presence than to depend upon any chemical tests for Indications of its existence. wir, on . fn f'astenr's Treatment nf llsilrnnhnhlrt. In referring to Pasteur and his treatment of hydrophobia. Science mentions that two of the patients treated hv Pasteur for rabies have died during the present vear One of these was a boy. nged I, w ho was bitten by mnd dog on Dec 0 last, nnd was under treat, ment at Pasteur's Institute from the ISth of December until the 7th of January this year He diisl of hydrophobia on Jan 2J The second case was that of a woman, nged !Vi She was hitten on Jan 23 of the present year, nnd wns placed under Pasteur's treatment on Jan &) She diod on Feb 17 of by drephoblo. , On Life's Threshold. "Edward, why do I hear that you hare Unobeyed your grandmother, who told you not to Jump down these steps f" "Grandma didn't tell mo not to, papa, Sho only ennio to the door and sold: 'I wouldn't jump down these steps, bojs.' And I shouldn't think she would nn old ladylike her." Examiner, Kitty is I) years old and her brother two years older, is not un angel by several degives. Tho other night, after saying her pniers, sho said to her mother: "Now, mamitin, isn't there something else that 1 should pray forf "Yes, Kitty, pray that tho Lord will make you n better girl and Oeorge a better loy " Kitty folded her hands and cIomsI her eyes. "And, dear lord," she whispered, "make Kitty n good llttlo girl nnd ntnen." "Why, Kitty," expostulated her raothur, "thnt isn't right You should prny for your brother, too." "1 think not, mamma. 1 know that boy too well." Washington Critic. "8ny, ma, Mrs. Brown has a cako on her supper tnblo three stori-- s high," reclaimed little Johnnie ns he rushed into tho family sitting room. Johnnie's mother was inclined to lieliove that her littlo boy's story was taller than tho enko until slio madenn investigation aud found tbo marvel to bo a layer jelly cake. Buffalo Express. An elder brother had Just left homo for a distant state, and the family grieved much over his departure. A visitor, meeting Willie nt tho 'loor, said: "Well, Willie, did you cry when brother Rob leftf" "No," he replied, with a sigh, "1 cried Inside, but the tears didn't come up." Youth Companion. Consoling. s 1 11 ilti-egH- r, 11 cool place till wauUsL Louisville To Nashville, Memphis, UaU. OK SNOW SHlniim mill I'otnto slsd. refreshing but substantial dish for lunch nt this season is the following Tako ono can of salmon from which skin and tsuics havo lieeu reiuiwisl, chop, when cold, threo largo A Atlanta, Montgomery, Little Rock, Mobile and New Orleans. Newport News & UITII Till. KKATIIKHH TACincn AT Miss.Valloy Co. nt in Out) one change to ARKANSAS& TEXAS. EMIGRANTS SrckiiiK hnmeton the line oft hit road will receite Special ratet. ie aientt ol thit Company tor riles, rouiet A or rue 10 C l MMUKV 1. I' A I A . I uuittille, Ky ' eiioruiiius uowlxiU which oiiiHtiuie miiUMi theinsi'hes liy rolling up me forme After the lull txMsmies too beiivy for the Kr lilrtl to entry it further, llrnily nnchons) till he must crryr destroyed h the cold or birdt of prey, or else. If he It fortunate, ho may lie nlilo to re Hero hitnvlf of the weight of miow and lu tail fisHtheiD nt the Kiimo ttmu. In the cut here, filicti mid reproduisM from Nnturo Is shown one of miow UilU ltb the Mil f.Mtliers still nttnctnsj to It. thai the ln 1 mid mix thorn with tho fish. boiled potntis-Hub smooth tl't jolksof three hard boilcsl eggs, season to tisto with miLstard, pepper and salt, add two tahlespootifuls of cream I'our this dressing and one gill of Miiegnr This may either a.ul Kitjibs. over the tsisi-rtts- l h itself or letttnv leaves can bo placed around the islge of tho dish containing the salad mid scried with ench portiott s ll-- li I rrnrli Draped furniture. fashionable, just now Is French drjcil furniture, of which the "dlrectoire stand" reprers nteit In the cut is an example. Very tlci . Chesapeake & Ohio!, ' PULLMAN CARS AND SOLID TRAINS To Wushimrton? Richmond Old Point Comfort. To EAST nnd T t'sefill Envelope. Jinny liiecntort hate endiiivoreil to Intro diico em elope that cniiuol tx opentsl nlth out t tnijln the fact that they lime. Ixvn IUiiikt,s1 with S:lt ntilL' Aniencnn crIIi uttetilion U nn onelon isently jutentisl in Knglmid tint nppetpi to have nttmued tliu olijis-t- . The Map is mi cut mid ohnped ni to brine tl" Hiut of it to the top right hand coniur of the front tTlu of tho enrolo)v, w here the surface of tlm (lap mviiiiu It to the front sulo of the etirolopii The )o,tngu Htntiip In then Used oiertlio i'.nj) so thnt tlm enii loo cannot povlbly Ihj unfost enwl without iK"ttit)yin tho Rtnin). A xFS yiV, I - SAkmm m! I KRr''tf' IfAd ' j .SHBJ'H I '5fc3fi fumn,l: FA' VJ V jmd ' LoulsvHo WEST NORTH-WEST. Clnoilnnnt!' AND Cciiiiiettieiitiirect for ill points in the WEST SOUTH-WES- iK 1 FrrmTro 13, '8;. 7 i No.4. I).ill oe JS . N'o Kx, Sun ml 6 $0 a m m.lt 50 a m I 5 10 a m mjii 40 a m m 1 50 p m m 0 3s p m ml 7 ui p in m 7 40 p m in 6 3 p in m 11 5 p m 111 1 ixj .1 m 111, 0 o a m ve I.oiimvillc .. . . Arr I.exmKtun. ' White Milphur hprmK ' ' CiinrloltiwIlctVMJuiiit Nenort Kichmnnd Old Point Comfort New 5 10 p 9 u p 10 35 a 11 " " Norfolk Watlungton . llillimore Philadelphia New Vork .. 40 a 9 40 p .11 15 p 11 10 a u Vo a h jnin Main l.ine'Iraint catl cf HiinlinKtoii run hy Katt em time, which It one hour fater than Central Lexluctun Ditbion Tralin run Central time ADDITIONAL TRAINS -- No, 11, daily cepl Sunday, leac Olive Ilill 4 45 .1 in, .Mt. Slcr I nj 7ooani;arne Lexington 8 js a in; arrive at I Cincinnati n Winchetter 11 35a t., No 11, dally except .Sunday, leate Cincinnati' loop m, Lexincton j J5 p mj arrive Ml Sterling e-, I leave Clifton at 7 00 a m Charlettonu 30 p m; arrive Athlanil 5 40 p m; Oolnmlnit 1117pm So. 6, dally leave Athland 7 10 a tn; ,. arrue at (liffrinl.nrff. h..1.t,iin I, tn Pullman Sleeping Cars on all through train Old Dominion Stcamthipt leave Nortork on Mon- dap, luekday, Wednetdi, Ihurtday and Satur. day at 6 30 p m for New orlt. For liikelk, Katca, liiformallon etc., apply at ticket oflice or addrctt IL W KUI.LKR, W. C. WICKHAM, Oen'l Pa'r Act, HiceUcr. Olive ;h p ni, daily, No. 5, HilluMp m ! im A mahogany covens! with n circular unit, wuich is secured to the top mid tlnished off all round with a drooping vainly ketl valniico, each vandyko home Queer Stutuoa. being islged with ball fringe and decorated Near the I'onto Fnbrlclo, In Romu, tlm In tho center with scrolls or flowers In aprlvcr lied ha yicliicd n t;rcr.t qn.riiuty of plique work, In keeping with tho wreath , torrn-cottbusts, nmny of which hnvo (doming thotoi Puffed bows nnd Irregular nnd hov within ntdii rpprestitations festoons ure arranged to fall lietwis-tho of lutiis, heart, etc. They am considered slits of tho Vandykes, and aro nindo lu plain dedicatory gifts In thanks for n ruttini to Roman sheeting. health, inThupn otico placed in n temple of Apollo. Domestic Krononiy. The bst broom is of light grciti color, Items of Interest. which Indicates that the material Is of tho P.istour and hi J treutinent of hulrophobtn best flexibility and toughness. Tho cheap linidly rccfivwl oicn n mention of lato broom cot u is of u slcklv yellow or lemon have lu tho medical or tho oputiii' Joiunnls. alor A roiuoiistrnucu, bnelly bigutsl by the Old china needs tho greatest caie, both In phytlcIaiiH of Mnssnchuscttt., Iiuh been washing nnd drying. Too not water may to tho legislature of Uiat stuto, ogninst crack It Luke warm water and soap aro tho tbo pussaRO of any law allowing tho niauu best things for chinn, and It should also bo fucturu of Illuminating gas containing more rinsed (u lukowurm water. than 10 pur cent, of carbonic oxido, ax tho India matting Is largely used in summer intensely poisonoiu protiorclcsof thate'etnont of k13 uiv Ut-'- known, and aro diinoixiiui to rooms. The stains, If any, ruay removed by 1 layer of wet fuller's earth, woll nibbed lu, health and Jlfe, and loft for n few days, whon It ran ho Tho olectrtc street cars In Oaltlmoro finvo tashedoff. and tho stains will havo disnp-oarcproven lUlHcieiitly successful to warrant 11 systematic experimont to detcrminu the ex Study tables, desks. ot,c., covered with pi'Dso of tho whole of the system. leather, may lie restored to very much of Or J A. Lintncr uy there aro In tho their original freshness by nibbing a llttlo world iWO.000 speclw of Insects; W.lKXt oil vaseline over thorn with a soft nig. Book these belong to the United States, and about cmmm with glass doors should bo opened occa"A.UOU pivy upon the productions of mun, sionally, a the books are otherwise apt to 7.IU0 or s'.UOU of these being considered as g- -t damp. flllit Ci'sUL Is in n ojn'n-lugsu pro-euto- d DIhiuoiiiI of tlin first Wntel. Tills oxprciion, sujh Jont'lers' Circular, do notes n stone of the utiiKwt purity nnd white Die inluuof dinmouiN U estublislusl by their welsht, clearness nnd color, hence 11 diiitiiond ol thu first water, w ImU-re- r Us lro. Is worth, obviously, moro than one of n con esixiiiditis weight nnd of lessor purity There is some upproprinteuctH In tho phrnso, twcaiiMi of the reseinblnnco of tin purest if diamond-- , to thu sjiarLluig of wntcr, oa in n dowdrop. tii-s- V f W. fs.- v7 JJ L -T-rJ LS.tSi... hTA.VD llllltrTOIKK Thu gni vful stand Itemarknbla Tasn nl Skin Oraftlnff. Dr Rednrd. a French physician, has successfully experimented with skin taken from beneath the wing of a chicken, as a graft for lie llnds that wounds on a human being . the skin of birds nnd fowls has the THE VIOIITI.NtJAtE. of being supple, delicnte nnd vnscu The nlghtlngnle usually lieglns Its song In Inr that It Is readily adapted to the surface the evening, und sings, with brief intervals, , of n wound, where It adheres without under throughout the night The variety, loudness going absorption. Ry this means a severe and richness of its notes me ismnlly estraor burn of the calp, measuring three Inches by dlnary, nnd its, long, quiveiiug strums aro two nnd of eight months' standing, was The nightingale has full of plaint l one-iaud completely healed In two been a fntorlte from innut nncient titties, and months. is often mentioned in the poetrvnf India nnd ri.snre of the 1,1 p. Persia, os well ns of Oreoes and Homo, Tho Fissure of the lip, or chnpned lips. Is nn loves of the nightingale nnd the ro- - aro a fanciful theme in which tern poets de- snno) Ing trouble nnd unless proerly trented light The nightingale much resembles the is generally somewhat obstinate Journal of redbreast In manners, and is equally pugna Health advises, a? tbo quickest wny to cure it. to draw h stick of lunar cauitlc over the ciinis The wound, slightly burning tho same s Ilird catchers penemlly procure ' operation is painful only for a moment, nnd for cage birds previous to the pairing After season, as thoy then Iwvoiun easily reconciled Improvement commences at once. to confinement, whereus. if ttken after (air -- nntenzlng. "camphor Ice" should be fre- qtiently applied, nnd. ns n rale, tho wound lug, they fret and plno until thoy die. will lieal in three or four days. Hi. .1 to t'lav Tennis. rhlornfnrm 11ml the fleet rle Current. snys Edward P MncMullen. Iviwn Ilemnrknbln effects In the treatment of the New Yorl. Lawn Tennis club chimpion. Is n gntne for thought Many plnjers im facial nnd other forms of neuralgin nre uglne that tho onlv thing nlxmt it Is to get elnlmod by Professor Adnmkiewie? fmm the Let every plnver combined action of chloroform and the con the ball over tho net when ho makes a stroke have n reason for ttant electric current The electrode is made making it in the way lie does It, nnd If il 'of hollow chnreonl. Into which the chloroturns out btdly let him try to see tho reason form Is Introduced, nnd from which tho cur of it rent sends it Into tho tissues The action of Another thing It would Ihi well to remem- tho constn- - current nnd tho chloroform prober is that the unexpectisl is nlwnys terriblo duce n burning sensation, followed by local Ver v often it pajs ui make n stroke simply stucstbesla, except where tho nerves nre deep iecniie your opponent does not expivt it tented, as In sciatica. (Jood plnvers sometimes get into the linblt of plaviug too much liy rote so thnt yon ciui toll A Sure Turn 'tr n tjr. exactly where thev nre going to put tho ball. When you feel that pricking pain and see If vour antagonist doesn't know what vou the fatnl llttlo spot of red on tho eyelid that are going tn do It has a demoralizing effect nirelv fnrtells the corning of a sty, havo no upon him fears for the result, but put In a small bag a In service there should not be too much teaspoonful of black tei nn which pour difference between tbo sjhs1 of the first and enough lllnc, wntcr tn moisten ns oon ns A very swift first service Is nl ball second cool enough put it on theeve. hiiiI let it remost always very uncertain Mr MncMullen main until morning According to Hnrper's believes in placing the service nnd hitting Bnznr tho sty will in all probability be gone. the second ball f.iirlv Inrd even nt the risk if not, one more application will bo certain of making n double fault On the question I to remove It whether Ills (tetter to play n placing gnmo with tho ball nt n fair rate of speed, nr u Poisonous Uonmls. very hard but not so vrtaln game, ho ex For the treatment of poisonous wotinds presses hinixilf ns decidedly In favor of the mado hv Insects n physician advises the direct fonner application of hnrtshnm, cologne wnter or vinegar This is usually all thnt is needed, hut AiiIiiihI IvIiij;Iimii of the sometimes a peronn mnv ts stung by a great The mlcroKCopic world is full of wonders nvinv Iwes or wasps at once, in which case There are tiny little creatures which, not- fainting nnv be products!, which will cull withstanding their extreme minuteness, for internal stimulants, such as hartshorn, in some eiiscs a surprisingly complicated wine, brandy or the liko Interna' crgunism. Their form is. as a rule, fixed, jet some of them change their shnjio SOCIAL ETIQUETTE. nt will, and present to the ejes of tho astonished observers so many different nstiects that at tho expiiatfoti nf vo minutes the) lllfh Authority Ilcrenls Important S- At 0110 moment they cuutiot bo recognized rrets of Success In SiorietT. are globular or three cornered, an Instant To "get on in society" involves much that nftef they are seen taking ou tho appearance is not Included in anv codo of etiquette of n star Mrs. .iberwood, one of our leading social Accordingly, these creatures, with their authorities, gives, howover. some pertinent deceptive changes of form, hnvo received the ndvloeto the women who wish to succeed: iituiu of Protel, from tho famous sea god of She should never show n fractious or autiquitj, who by his wonderful metainor irrltniillity in mnll things, sho phiiM-- was enabled to elude ut tempts to catch should lie nitiont if a friend keeps her wait him ing, sho should invir. ns long ns sho can, heat Some nnimnlcules of this class surround or a draught rather thnn make others unthemselves with self produced feet like living comfortable, she should not bo fussy n bou t roots, th arrangement of which they uro her supposed rights, sho should yield rather Msjn to vary in n thousand wnj s. Sometimes All society thnn insist, upon the best seats. they extend them to nn immense length, is founded on these concessions We nre not sometimes thiy withdraw- them entirely nlwnjs wrong when wo quarrel, bet wo Thoy spread thorn out bepnrntely, jol . them should never qtinrrel lu public, nor should together, or entwine them Kku tho locks of a we, if wo meet our dondllcst foo in 11 friend's gorgon. house, refuse to recognize him. That Is nt territo'y. and wo are bound to reelect One I.lttle Shoo. our hostess and her feelings. "I belong," said tho little shoe, A woman who would ill) n high plnco In 'To a lahy fair with golden hair society must bo unselfish, considerate, full of With dimpled smites memory, complaisant, aminblo and honor-ablAud cunning wiles sh must do a thousand grnciousthitigs And eyes of blue." for which sho will nover Iki thanked, sho "What do you do, must stand at her post when dying of faYou llttlo shoe. tigue sho must talk to botes. Tho post of All I ho day? honor Is tho post of danger Sho must submit lelltne. I piny, to criticism, she must bo attacked, susfJttlo shoe, vfnat you do?" pected, called solflsh, proud and concoitod, false, ki haps, although her constancy may bo perfect, but sho must never Rhow thnt sho fools tbevo nttacks. She must nover advertise her own fnllures. never complain that sho was not Invited, that sho had been badly treated, tint she had miiile a failure, that sho '" "" "' yK-hail regretted her own lack of success. Tho world does not can for our fnllures, it receives ns generally at our own rating, and unless a person Is dismally sulky, or alisurdly pretentious, or abominably vulgar, ho will jrt 011 wvd enough. A night-IngnleI I I rr. pos-hi-v- s 11 s - I n..H Juan; j I Aunt Do you think suca nn inexperienced . I..., nrip ....... ...... ... Kill iiitui luu tui uij itfei Nephew Ho snys he is willing to try. Ufo. He Camo Out. A woman on Lafnyetto street East rushed out tbo other day and informed a policeman lint she had seen n big dog crawl under hor yirn, and she Mievod tho animal iniuL Tho )l!lcer wentnround by way of the alley, by tho uunl crowd, nnd after peeking and cring for some time ho shot threo bullets under tho barn to scuro the dog After tho third shot a movement was d heard, und presently tho long end of a man crawled Into view. After liacWtng out nnd brushing tho dirt out of his eyes, bo Jt col-nre- idded: " ns it no you was shootlngatr "1 supposed it was a dog under there," replied the officer "Woll, mIi, doan' you nebber 'sposo no mo'l It's dangerous." And he showed a bullet hole in his cap and another In his coat as proofs of the accuracy of the ofllcer's aim. He hod crawled under sftcr a rabbit which had escaped from a neighbor, "It's nil right," he said as the officer npolo-ri-a-"but iloaii' you 'sposo no mo'l You jitt keep light dowu to cole facts. Dis'spos'-imound nr' w hut gits pussons into scrus truble." Detroit Free Press. il. n' .lied leal Aid. Neighbor now is your husband today, Urs. Jones Mrs. Jones He Is very HI indeed. "Worse than ho wnsT "Oh, jes, the nurse says ho Is beyond the inch of doctois now." "I'm clad to Lear It" Now, if you can "I'm glnd to heir only keep him bcvotvl their rench I think ho will get well rapidly " Texns Sif tings. A Wise Choice. Lincoln Girl Nellie, 1 cannot imnginowhy j. ni should lefuvi to marry that rich and' ngreeahlM young man, Mr. Dinghy, nnd then et sent to becomo tho n ife of a person liko "What!" it Q liniby "Why ciii'tyou!" "Mr Dinghy Is polished nnd educated, while Mr Quiniby, to say tho least, is" "Tbo ll lest first baseman I ever saw, nnd that settles itl" Lincoln State Journal Mo fashion In Mortgages. tgages nro bigmil by two w (messes, tho samu us 1st j car, and aro folded so ns to lit tho side pocket Tho bock taxes ate combed forward, und parted on tho side nearest the mortgagee. In this climate mortgages generally Mature in tho whiter season. Duluth Pnragrapber. 1 Clung to Mfe. Customer (in restaurant) I say, waiter, how about that broiled spring chicken? I ordered it half nn hour ago. Walter Yes ah; bo here In a minute. Dat spring chicken died wery hard, sah. Now York Sun. Miovrlns Signs of It. - ""Xy N. H irA ' THK WKK 81I0IC OOES. d Aniillier. One Thine "Nlco" Is a won! tabooed in fnshfonablo elrcles. All suiierlativcs aro also bud form. If you wish to pralso anything highly you may call It "strong," "well done," or "quite good." or say that it pleases you "much." A now concoit lu dinner enrdt Is to have aliove tbo place for the name some poetical quotation bearing upon gastronomy In the upper left baud corner aro a few grains of "Sometimes I sail." said the wee shoe, rice, the oriental symbol of hospitably "Across the sea; "Whn tho plato U sent up for more meat, Tw txt you aud me. tend up your knife and fork with It, it U a It is not best To tell the rest) broach of good manners to retain them." I'm (Viby's shoe." This ndvice Is from soveral very good author-ftio- s on tho ways of polite society It Is only Stephen Girard was born In Bordeaux, fair to add, howover, that other, upparontly France, in tbo year 17M. He died In 183L quite as trustworthy, ntllrm exactly thi oi Boston's public (.atlu school was founded posito, aud that this may still be regnrded as an unsettled K)lnt In 1G.H "Upstairs and down," said the tree shoe, "Two litllo feet, Dainty aud sweet. Patter about ludoors and out. And take me loo " "Where do ten go, you dear woo shoef Da vou weary, For Inud aud sea. For something new?" sSialawWlESaSflnTiilltl Mrs. Breezy, or Chicago (to dsughter) It has occurred to u of luto, dear, that Oeorge isnotquito so nttentive and devoted to you as ho was when you first became engaged. Miss Breezy (nervously! Oh, mamma, yen don't think ho intends to crawfish, do youf The Upnclt -- V v .N I -- -s e ' 1 "tvA-t- ; lHIHHNpnn.. , Mi1ll .J , .... iil imn ii ii'ilMjifcjifcfciwowMx4rtwMi ' wwWiii m Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal E.C.WALTON, Staxvoim bus. ManaRer Kv., .Iusi: l' 188 Friday PubllBhod Every Tuesday and o L! I'KU YKAK.1.V AUVAKCIO o paid WffWhcn not S2.GO sill be ehrgeJ."n Democratic Convention CnHed. The democracy of Lincoln county arc n iiueeted to meet in iiuiw convention in Stanford, July 1.M, in the county court duy, to nominute a candidate for slieriir. By order of the comH. Buow.v, mittee. Chin, pio teiu. .1. B. Pa.vton, Secretary. court-hous- e Uoder a Jim! Oil, f ; CLEARING HIMSELF. XXIII. HOW I.YMAN KtIT ms woita Norris was lute at tho bank on that eventful morolnp, for after long hours of wakeful misery, sleep had eomo to him in feverish, unrefrcshlug snatches. Ho arrived at tho same moment with Mr. Evcrlelgh, who stepped out of his carriage, accompanied by a police ofilcer whom he had picked up on tho way. "Ah, Norn's!'' spsko tho baukcr, with extreme- agitation. "Do you know what has happened! Thero has been an accident, it may be a murder. The janitor telephoned for mo. Childor is hurt, ho says, shot by burglars, who broke in during the night." The three went In together while ho was speaking, uud tho janitor, who had telephoned immediately upon making his ghastly discovery, mot them with a frightened face, and repeated his story of finding Childcr, wounded and senseless, while an open window led to tho .supposition tint burglars had effected uu entrance and been beaten off by tho intrepidity of tho junior partner, who paid tho dear price of this deyornte, it might by a fatal, wound for his bravery. Tiio ball which had entered the chest had torn its way tliroug.i tho body, and was found imbedded iu tho heavy plunk Mooring beneath him. Between them they lifted the wounded man to n louugc and did what they could to CHAITfiU I'j I'I so 1 II 1 Sfe3i JK la WTvl 11 Tlir.V I.I1TI.1I TltU WOIMM'II MVV. restore him looonseiousne.'.s, quite without avail, until u physician who had been sent at? i K ft. Vi B ! I' r r i ; weroall strcicht!" " Quito sure. It Is only a mouth since ho put iu the money winch saved mo from bankruptcy," - "Then thera wus no motive for suicide. for arrived. "An ugly wound," pronounced tho latter. "Itwllltuko abtrong constitution to pull him through. Ho has lost u great deal of blood. 1 hope we have not far to move him. It had better be dono at once." Norris Vouched Mr. Kvcrleigh upon tho arm. "Some ono ought to ta!:e the news ahead. With your permission will go." "No, no; 1 wj.it you to remain in chavgo hero. We'll send a messenger to bteak tho news, and 1 will go with tho poor fellow myself. Thnt little oi3tor of his. was to bo marWell, ried thia morning, was she not well ; there'll be uo wedding now, of course, and 1 hope no worse will co.uo of this than putting off the ceremony. What did you say, sir?" to tho oflieer who had been examining tho prcmifc.es. " I suggested that yon should look into your safe. It does not seem to me to have been tampered with at all." An examination proved this euuclusio!i to be correct. No attempt ha J b.icu made toward forcing tho safe. Tl'o assassin had evidently been frightened away beforo hu was able to carry out his burglarious designs. "Probably ho was .urp'ised at filming lus slut uud ded the young man Inre. without waiting to hen lis effect. Wuat puzzles ino ia that ho should havo left his icvolvor bohind him Do you supp'iso it likely that jour partner wa. armed I ' "Not at all llkily. Mail do not, as a rule, s in this day, mid Lyisan w-- 1 carry neither of a reckless uor a timid nature." Tho detective's next question was pat iu a lowered voice, meant for tho banker's ear alone. "Are you nude sr.is that his accouuts 1 U'-jlire-anu- ijt'i Tho fellow who did the job was a bungler, that's all I can say now. Thero was nothing to prevent Ids making a elcen sweep if ho'd been a professional, niuco nobody sce:iv to havo hoard tho shot. Von uro to be congratulated on getting off without loso, air.' Mr. Evorleigh's heart was too heavy f r reply. He felt that any loss would bo light compared to that which ho feared iiiigul como for he could sot but rcallzo tli i Lyman's lifo wiu in fearful jeopardy, and his own obligation to the latter welghua upon him heavily. Whilo they were thus" engaged ia surveyhad bci n ing tho s.it;iJt!0!i, tho phyol-Masuperintending the removal of tho wnnndai num. Meanwhile, thu messenger who ha '. , been dispatched to break tho evil tidin-rofinding himself in an unfatailir.r locality, luil managed to miss his way, mid the shock n "look iii'.ki:"' iik sun, at i.tsr. should mukc you marry nieby hook or ciook. He promised, aud took my pluu up to tho very hist turn meaning nil the while to get out of It iu this way, it may bo but I tell you I am not going to have It so." lie had repressed the violent signs of his anger by this time, and was sinking calmly, but with set, indexible purjiose which uo pity could move. "Unless you keep to the bargain he mode with me unless you murry me now, this very night -- I'll blow the whole uffuir. Mr. Kverlelgh shall know where his money went to and how much heowes his partner; tho police shall bo told where they can find the thief. If Lyman hud made u better job of it, he would have Iwatcn me, there's no denying it, but ns tho matter stands I have the game in my own hands.'' He paused, regarding lnr curiously, but Carol uid not move. She sat like one stunned. "There's a fuir chance of his livmg.so th' doctor suys. if all thiugs work favorably." Ingot resumed. " What chance do you sup-p)s- e there will bo If begets back his senses only to find himself disgraced uud ruined. You hold his fate for him, life or death, in your hand. Xow, which shall it Ikv" She lifted her eyesat last, deep and dark with the anguish which was wringing her young, tender heart. She tried to s)cr.k. She threw out her h.iudn witlruu mpuUlve, repelling gesture, waving him away from brother." hor. then suddenly shegicw blind and deaf Oh, no! " exclaimed Carol, with a nerv" to tho sight of his hateful face, the sound ous clasping of her hands, a catch iu tier of his hateful tones She drooKd, aud fell breath. "Not now not ever until" " Until what!" ho asked, regarding her fainting at his feet. with darkening look. fHAPTr.K XXIV. . Until ho is better nnd tells mo that I a hurst of hysterical weeping, must," with Startled, but not greatly ularmed, Ingot heart. which relieved her raised tho fainting girl and placed heron a She pressed back the tears presently, uud sofa iu the itKim. '1 lien lie bent his efforts looked at him pitcously toward reviving her, not wUhlug to call " I must go hack to him. I can not stay anyone uutll the matter between them away." should be settled. ' Vou will listen to mo first."' ho said, It wus only natural sh should bo overslowly, with cruel emphaais. "You think, come by all theso terrible events, uud tho no doubt, that Lyman would never make sight of her suffering, while it touched him, you marry me: you believe the promises lie brought i.pthe evil passions in the man gave you, that ho would step iu and save breast. you at the last ; but I toll you that was my Why couldn't she give in without makplan from tho start. I knew' you would not ing me go to such lengths!" ho muttoicd give in easily, and I did not want to bo " I don't want to hurt her. I'd ruiher be you. 1 thought if 1 could fool you kind toiler, but she giics me no clwice. cru'-ltinto marrying me, that you would make tho She'll end iu making me tin u against her us U'st of it afterward. Lyman never meant I've turned ugulnst him. the traitor! Just to stop tho ceremony. It was all a put-u- p to think how le pkt.vctl it on mo! But 11 job between bun and me to make you get even with thein both, I'll bring them to mem willing. We fixed it tint he umh to time, if I pay tho heaviest pru e for It." Keep nut of the way until tho last moment. Ho grow uneasy at last, Carol's swoon Of course, there wan tho ciianeu that you so long, but still ho would not mil for might say iio' when the preacher put tho aid. He opened a window aud let the cold question, but we trusted to hurrying tho air blow in, rubbed tho httlo nervelean business' over before you could gather hands between his own, and wet the pa'e your wits enough to know thnt jour lips with water which he found in tho room. precious brother had gone back oil you. His effoits were n warded at last. She drew That was tho programme hiuI a mighty a long, quivering brerth. and opened her pretty ono it was if this curbed husine.s eyes, to shudder at sight of him bending had not come up." over her. " I - I remember," she gasped. " Oh, you Carol looked ut hiin with horror deepening in hor eyes. What terrible story was will not-- t. ill not give him up If if you you say." this he was telling her! How dared he so love me-- ud All over the man s face flashed a sudden traduco ono who was helpless to defend light of tiiuiuph and rupture. himself! " I do not believe you," sh' deflated, but " 1 won't do ono solitary thing against even us nho uttered tho words her heart him, my pot; 1 will do every thing for him sunk, chilled with undefined fears uud ifyoughc iu like that. Don't muko me think that jou hute me, Carol, and I'll never doubts. " It's the truth, all the same. Ho was be hard on you." "Tell me," sho said, wiiikly, "tell mo Volng to show mo up as a villain and u scoundrel, and confouud me with my ras- every thing all." He reganjfd her uncu.sily. cality, wasn't he! Onco more I tell you I don't think you aro strong enough yet, it was all my own plan Ho is the last man who would bring any chargo against my dearest. Aud I don't bee that thero is me If ho could. Do you want toknow why, any need worrying ou muie tlmn you are my Carol! Hevau-j- he M and not I, was worried now." "Toll mo'" tho villain, ilecauso it wau and is iu my "Well 1 1) do Lyman the justice to say power to send him higher than Ollderoy's kite. Ho was ready enough to buy mo off that he was sot t of drawn into it. You know from doing him harm with tho pric of how dead gone he was ubout Miss Kverour hand. Ho did not like it uny too well, lelgh! That wus tho secret of tho wholo c.irse him! hut thero was no other way to thing. "He wunted to get on an even footing with savo himself." her, which ho did on tho day ho put that He came to u paase, with u scowl darkenhundred th jusaml dollars iu tho business. ing his brows. What has ho done!" The question May bo It will lighten this trouble for you to f rced itself from tho girl's p.tlo lips, quilo know that he did put It all in tho business against her will. She did not want to o I don't believe he kept back n dollar for IfIlls it that wouldn't save him thcbo horrible uccusatioiih, but thero own use-b- ut camo tho remembrance of Lyman's stniugo ever came out. If Kvcrleigh could loo : over actions, his moodiness, the trouble v.'hU 'i it, there's wfirso and more of It than tho he had laid to business causes, to sliuko her more appropriating of tho money, which others wouldn't." faith iu him. " I I don't understand,'' murmured Carol, A moment passed befoio Ingot answered. weakly. Determined ns he was to havo his way, ho "I don't want that you should under-tt- t did not want to crush tho girl whom ha conwith more of mid," u ally loved in his own fashion. Ho found fidence said Ingot, had betrayed hia old day. that than ho all at ouco that he would rather not tell her to as inucli n. on " You the actual details of her brother's wrong- bear. know Just bo easy with you. uio fitmo Tell Come, I'll ful acts. and "Look here!" he wild at last, "I don't that you will inuiry mo, say You don't look want to blab mora than Is actually neces- I w.m't urgo the thing now. sary. It wou't do you uny good to pry into fit to stand, that's u fact." Her eyes raved everywhere ubout tho tho' matter, and if you keep your bargain with me, I give you my word that I'll never room before they settled upon his hateful face. bother Lyinuu." " I I must," sho whispered. " I promise 1 can not. Oh, I know. In splto of all you It. But give mo timo- -a Httlo time.' ho never meant I should." say, that if you'll "I will give you time-awc- ek Somo angry feeling which Ingot had been promise that, hons.t and suro Como what necplng down now brake bound h ho lives or dies, you'll marry "No-cu- rso him - ho thought ho could bo will, whether of a week. Say that and I'll mo at tho end too smart for me. Ho was In u corner ho lx'llevo you and take tho risks." couldn't got out of In thlb world, so ho tried "I will I will," promised tho poor girl, ejcat mu by jumping into tho next. Your to ou thiuk so much of hysterically wringing her bunds. How could brother that was both u rascal and a coward, uud tool: sho do otlierwlso when tho lifo of tho tho coward' i plan of getting out of Ida brothor eho adored hung upon her word'il was t ublc- - by suicide. I didn't take uny stock She out ofonly conscious of ono impulse, to tho presence of this man who in that burglar story from tho first, aud get us-pe- ct i will-moro ' sick-iioomover-burdene- d 1 of peeing her brother borno In apparently lifeless came upon Carol without warning. .She was stunned by It, Sho listened mutely to tho explanations which tho banker hurried forward to give, and to his pitying words, but her only thought was of her brother's danger. "Itlsa terriblo blow for her, jioor child t Sho needs some one to help her through this trouble. I will send Altheu to keep her company," volunteered Mr. Kverlelgh ns ho took his leave. "Pray do not," Ingot hastened to respond. " It is not uecesaary. I will remain for tho present, mid I know Carol so well, I nm suro the woald rather bo loft aUvao." "Sho will bo better for a woman's sympathy." " Hut there was somethmg-- a coolness ol somo kind between them " "A trill , I daroaay, which will not be at a tune llko this," and tho banker loft, Used In his resolve Ingot summonod tho servant and gavo his directions as soon as tho other wa3 fairly out of healing. "Sarah, if Mlsa Kverlelgh calls, tell her that your young mistress refuses to see her to see uny ono. 1 depend upon you to get rid of every ono who comes without troubling Mlsa Carol with messages. The doctor has ordered perfect quiet for his patient, and wo can not follow his Instructions too faithfully. You understand " "Yes, sir: certainly," acquiesced Sarah, and Mr. Ingot lingered to see Althca denied admittance. Tho clergyman who wan to havo ofilelated at the marriage, meantime, had taken his departure nftcr offering somo earnest words of sympathy and cansolatlon to the stricken girl. Sho had taken her place by her brother's bedside, white Mid mot ion let., seeing nothing but his ghastly looks, hearing nothing but the faint, labored breathing which crossed his lip.. Ingot passed in and out unnoticed by her, and when he disapiioured lor a couple of hours later in the da, sho did not miss him. Ho came back with a new expression on his face which boded no good. Tho of tho sick-roohad not changed. Carol had not noticed his leaving, she did not uotico his entrance until he spoko her nunie. " Como with me. I havo something to say to you. Lyman will do as well with Sarah to watch him. By tho way," leading her out, " she tells mo sho has a brother who understands mining, and I havo engaged him to take chargo of tho easo. I don't Intend to let you wear yourself out, my dear, now that you belong to me or soon then to him. Do you realize that I havo boen vory bitterly disappointed Carol! It is hard to bo so near my happiness, and yet bo cheated out of It," She lifted her heav j eyea to his face, and parted her llpsns if about to speak, then her glauco fell away What could she say I How could sho tell him that sho no longer iccogtiized his claim, that she never had recognized it, whilo Lyman, who was her strength, lay helpless I " I don't intend to bo cheated out of it, long," Ingot went on, with u dogged stubbornness underlying his gentler tones. " Lyman may lay there in that state for days; it will bo weeks beforo ho will get around, if he ever does, mid I haven't got the patience of Job. I want you to marry mo right off, just the same as if nothing had happened, and I'll help you take care of him, I swear I will, as if he was my own agony of grief, horror aud despair. " What has he donol" sho asked, again, her burning guze fixed upon him compelling an answer. Ingot gave a short, scornful laugh. "What has ho done! Bobbed Mr. Kvcrleigh of tho money which ho has palmed off us your fortune and his. Your saint who could do uo wrong wus nothing else than a common thief and liar no, a most uncommon one. for he succeeded In keeping all suspicion from himself except with me. I found out what ho was up to, nnd I kept mum on the condition I've told you, that ho now that I have investigated tho matter, I urn convinced thero Is nothing In It. lie tried to cheat me aud to save you by taking his own life, nnd made a failure of hl attempt, for I menu to hnvo you now whether ho lives or dies. Klthcr jou give mo your promise to murry me, at ww, or tho officers of tho law shall know what hold they havo on him within the hour." Carol wrung her hands together in an broken heart J rem nil tho world. Ingot left to cull Sarah, whose brother hud arrived aud taken his placu in the sick tortured her - to hide with her bruised anJ rightfully theirs! "e-e- If ( HHii chair beforo the glowing grate. " I don't know how it is, but that girl au wind m 'round her little linger when shu likes. I don't begrudge tho week If it brings her to ni'i willingly, aud she'll keen her word now she's given It. She never promised out nnd out before, only left the idea thnt die gavo ir. as bho bolievcd, but now left bur. l.wimn theru's not a loop-holwasn't quite to bad as 1 took him to bo iu plotting. The wonder Is, his so long us he'd made up Ins mind to take that way out of his scrae, that he didn't do something in the way of mnkliig restitution to Kverlelgh. Hung it n'l, how am I toknow but ho did!" With this new thought in his mind Mr. Ingot was uo longer iesceut. Ho sprang up and began the room, casting uneasy and sccuhitivc glances about him. What had I.jmun been doing during those long night hours ut tho bank! The held the opinion hitherto that the extra work was only meant to kevp down an uneasy conscience, but it occurred to him now that he might hluifulf bo plu(cd In nu embarrassing position If Lyman had left a confession for Mr. Kvcrleigh. He hud no bcruple about searching the desk of the injured man. It was easy for him to invent mu..u'o for obtaining tho keys to it. anil llvu minute after his search begun u thick envelope, which was addressed to Althca Kverlelgh, lay iu his hands. " Made up mostly of moonshine, but with enough of unpleasant fact In it to muke it safer thero," he muttered, as he consigned the missive which he had ocucd and glanced over, to that bed of glowing coal. This little incident robbed Mr, Ingot of tho light spirits which Carol's concsl(iii hud glxen him. It ok'iuh1 up a problem which he had not jot contemplated Them could he no doubt but that Carol would th restitution insist upon making when she shovid recover from the shock and horror of the time. Now, tho idea of wresting fift thou'und dollnrs frem unwilling hands hud Lyman Childcr' made no inconsiderable art of Hiram lagot's former pleasant dreams, uud his brow clouded over nt the prospect of relinquishing his goidcu ho) o. "After nil, It's the girl I want mote than the money," he mused " I'd rather have Carol without it thnn.MUs Kverlelgh with it, for all her benut. nnd pride ' Through the dark duys that followed. Ingot remained in the h tuse. He took tho reins of government in his own hatclv, and iu every way is)slble spared tho slrirkc.i girl, who had crept back to her place by her brother's bedside, nly le.iMtig it when lie calm and led her ;i win , commanding the rest or the re fiivhuicnt which she never seemed to feel the need of herself. What was she thinking of as she nt there through the long, weary dnjs, far into the gruesome nights, with her mournful e.e resting always on the face which pressed the pillow, now mIo and drawn with pain, now flushed with fever and wild with delirium, an tho : ick man raxed nnd tossed Iu thegripofthe fevi r lieud ' 'I hero was no sign to toll, but a weight like lead lay upon her heart. Duly ouco hud there come any thing like a gleam of consciousness or reason to and then, w.tkiug out of a fitful slumber, he tl!( d his hunting ejres upon hor, with a vi" tf til smiletrembling on his lips. Whj, sis. what a time you'vo been coining to i.ie," be murmured, reproachfully "I thought ,iim cred moio for a fellow Oh. there' do ou yeei He hus come back from the grae frani the gruvo to punlh me for tho trust I betrayed Keep off, 1 toll yon, keep off'" He sprang up iu tho Issl, Hcieiimlng uud waving buck the sxvter which his fevered luir.gmatioii lud cfiijurcd. then clasping his hands to his Invest fell Inii k heavily, bwo.ui-ing- , Carol thought, hut In a moment morn he began babbling with only now and then an intclilsnhlo word or sentence. "Kdsou IVikoii' Confound the young jackanapes why must he iiike up that package. You can't hate her, Ingot I'll die first. You'll Uud every thing made straight, Mr. Kverieigh. 1 tell von. It isn't Mealing when a man only takes his own." And soon an, I soon I irsat a stretch, d, and then ho while the restless het: would relapse iu'o a stupor which had little rest in it. The doctor was of the opinion that his fever was not so much the icsult of his wound as of somo Intenso mental strain or nervous hhovk which preceded it. "There was uo Injury to the head, you see. This brain fever would have had him In its clutches iu a day or two initio, fancy, had there been uo other trouble, mid if ho dies 1 can't conscientiously swear that the wound killed him," he confided to Ind n, 1 room. " Miss Carol Is quite broken down. 1 want you to put her to bed and keep her quiet, ' ho advised, uud turned away into Lyman's den, where ho threw himself into an eay strongly of mercenary calculations, had ln his picssed his lute employer most liopleusant-lv- . Norris' heart sank with the news, but ,l n.wly-- i v proof of Lyman's ho turned his thoughts resolutely to thatperhaps, uud if hIio woro not con- part or It which most ufTeeted i.r. F.vorvinced, whv, a man can i.lways Und the h'ltfh means of cout rolling Ins wlfos actionn, If " Ingot can make you trauble hi tho event not her thought:! Let Lymau lle theweeit of Lyinau's death," he suggested. out, let Carol Iu her spirit of sacrillco be"It Is not that whlch,worries mo. I can come l.i , und the uooue r death IiiikhIuI his meet any demand he iiuiy make, though It blink over that unhappy house, tho inconvenience me somewhat to do so. better for the plot which wus forming Iu iniiv the fact that they cuu not wait until ho It is that subtle brain. Is Iu Ins grave, lid wa such a promising voung mail, too, a.i i t had such comfort In rilAITHU XXV. WHAT till; I'lMTI.il SAW. depending upon linn I n.n n httlo di.a;-- I "I'd ought to a" known that s.tthin' was smiled In the sister; sho seemed devoted gol.i to happen. 1 laid u warnhi'. but I was to I a mini" so sot up iu my own conceit that I wouldn't hortTiorils ''ffiit-tired- , You have not I tell you. Mr. Xoitis, Malu't Tor blood stealing into his fuco, take it with tho liothiu' that a gliost comes back to ha'littho while he kept Ills eyes averted p'acci, what It li.ie.v iu life, 'specially if that "No They let me into sis Lymau for or f'llow did not placo waru't likely to raise comfnt table it moment, but the feelln's, und iioone can tell me as Kdsun know me The surgeon tells me It Is doubtwould enjoy theso hero premises even m a ful If he recovers bis senses ut ull, aud that spiritism! souse." lie mm dropoff any day, ' and tho l.i iIht " Kdson!' Nerrls looked up quickly fioni sighed' deeply He made mi effoit to throw his work. "What aro you tnlk'ngalioiil, off his Bloom the next moment Althoa llijahl'' "Stay anddine with us, Nonis Is out somewhere, but I cxpcU her luck BIJah was tho xiterof the establishment, and he was waiting for tho new clerk to get every moment." through with his business mid go home, as Norris ueccplcil the lav datum, simply bethe others had done a giHsl hour before. cause he had no goisl reason for rofuMng Bijah cast a nervous glance over his it, and Althca made her uppeuruiico Just us shoulder, uud his voice) dropped to some- dinner was announced. She gavo a pleased thing upproaehlng endenco of awe us he smile at sight of her father's companion, made reply but Norris noted tho grave lines of the " You' HI ia rd ly b'llevo what I tell you, Mr. proud, lovely face, the unfathomable Noms, but it's the livln' truth that I saw shadows iu the gieut durk eyes, which Kdso.i that night, In the old us. in there to siike of a spirit that was not ut ease. Sho the right of you, ns plain as I ace you now. curried him oh" to the jsirlor when the meal 1 was goin' about, lockin' up as, in.mil, and was ended us I came in from the couutlu' room tho "Come, Norris Father must have his ilooi theio stood 0en, and saw Kdson Iu smoke and his imp Iu peace I urn glad you the looktu'-glusover the dressm' table, iiroheio; I have wanted to see jou Havo Justus I used to see hhu, doyens of times, you made any new discoveries ut tho as I went on my round I was all struck of bank!" a heap, aud stood Miiriu'ni him uud him at "Of myself, nothing " me for nigh onto a minute It wus Kdsou, "You know what the detectives think-t- hat and It wau't him, but the diff'reuco thero wus uo burglary uttemptfd, that wns just what yo&d look for in a ghost the open window wus let us a blind but wasttsl and y idler and woin. the sKHk!crt who could have made that Jttuck upon lisikin' cutter aud while I looked, he went if it was not fin gain' ' out of tho glass, nnd the room was us empty Norris hesitated. He had never felt ut as you sec It now I won't deny theie was liberty to dlscloso what he knew regarding a cold creep down my buck wnea I went Kdsou That secret betougtsl pros'r'y to Into it, cxsvtlu' I hardly know w hut. There Uncle Amos, but tho story ot tho n tor und was nu old coat haugiii on the wall, und I his own conviction that Kdsnn hod been uptook it into my he.nl to ivuhoii out that that on the scene of that dink night s work put was what I'd seen, and my imuginln' the mutter in unother light He wus diface to the top of It was what they vided between a desire U tell ull ho U'uevv call u lioptical delusion Wuss luek for hsr to Mr Kverlelgh. uud ihe thought that ho .Mr Lyman, though I nvkon he wouldii t ought llrt to consult with his uuile, but a" took much stis'k iu mv shsi1 storv if I'd he narrated now. olHWtugu sudden iinpnl-told it to him That's what gets mo' Why the facts to Althca She listened intently, her lis compressed didn't the ghost show Itself to limit Some good might have come of it then. If it had Into u thoughtful line " I shall bo glad If you aro right." sho scared him out of Maym' rouud o' nightu, which 1 eon Id u t sis) tho imo of noway,' ami said, when he hud llulslusl. Kdsou. living, llljah guve his head a dubious shake. mu unravel some of these mvHtcrios hut ' It proves to have bism a most fortanuto why should lie Injure Lyman Childor I Why thing, outside of tho result to hliii, llijuh go theie, if not to plunder us for tho second Childor left every account otralght and time!" clear. The hUMiicxs bus been so simplified She was ssraklng more to bernelf than that, tncxperlriued as I am. I find no to him, and Nori Is was struck by Ihe sud-Io- n haggrfi-i- l cliuugo winch swept Into her in understanding it, .mil tliete d oven a draft of what he intended to do m face, brought, It would sifin. by some regard to all tho important in omts of ' answer to the iailoiis sho asked. to tho further the bank. Mr Kerloigh was luuch imived She nM und walked T by so many evidences of his forethought. ' end of tho Ion if room. All was In h.i.t"v Uhmv. uud sho liMinisl her fnvheud against Involuntarily tho bunk jxtrtcr'H brightened. tho glass nf iln wimliiw- by ivhu h sho " Su Well, now, I'm downright glad paused Siiddeu'y she cuiled to Norn in that thero wusu'l any thing of the KiImmi quick, excited tones business afoot 1 misdoubted, somehow, "Come IwMt. plisase, carefully Do vnu though I ismldn t tioway think it of Mr. see that man iicisira the wuj I I met him an Lyman, nodher don't Keer now if the houraifi us I wm leaving ChiMur s houou ghosts do walk," uud llljah whistled cheerthe disir, rutbttr. for I was not admitted ily ns he went uhuut Ills task of clearing up He stopMst me toutk how Lymau was I Norris, having finished his work, pas-e- d thought him a feeble old man then, though into the room whi. h had neon occupied bv he was no mulltisl I sun Httlo of hl hwks. Kdson when ho was cashier there It ws Do you know him! quHk, as ho turn " n plain iimrtment, bum enough now, with "Kdson' und with u hasty ujlogy, ho lxKks on the wall where tho clerks hung dashed out of tlio rvoiu, and a moment their apparel. The old coat to later was m the street, hurrying iu purtuil which llljah referred still hung iu its place, of the man who was somo distance In ad and by walking back to th. iflitor room. Mice of him Noms eiii meed himself that the angle of rolleetiou would not show it at the spot THE CURIOSITY SOP whoro tho oilier had stood when he saw his vision. I lllletl ttnrly l.a nim.lt llnllillnc III ! Ho could retract state;. lent to Car il, could manufacture Inno-ceuco : 1 s Lj-m's e, ditll-cultself-fountia-lilcjuii-leiiaiie- u 1 -out-do- 'ifl 1' Had Kdsou hlniolf Ikhjii then" He could not doubt it, knowing, as the other did iml, that the defaulter lived; but why should h come tliciu-wh- y war with hls'onnpanion In crime, if Lymau Ciuuler hud that companion! Moio and inoie hud it been istrne iu on .Voiris that this must be tho e.laimtion of lltu case " You see, mere ain't k piuco wbeie h cut could ludo. ' said the orWr. coming up Ix-o-n MkI' IImIiIwIii' l'lr-- 1 I i.it't... lUld-1- n The flrM " You think he will die, then!" He stands a chance, unless sols in. He seems to have been a young man of exemplary habits, and that much is iu Ins favor." Ingot made the most of this report to Carol, who neer asked a question. She knelt down by the liedsldo afte- - lie left got. "'Ihoro's no telling. blood-poisonin- 1 rJfc. .S?V I UVsE?- -- ,irOfS - Y L J'7 . V drawing it." An indignant Hash came into his hearer's eyes. ' " Has he the right to do this!" "As her husband ho will have. Though sun km-iiiow.n n r tiii: umiHinu, Lyman lias acted as her guiirdiuu, I chance hor und laid her cheek against Lyman's to know that lie never took the legal steps burning baud. to becoino so in fact. You see, beforo this "Oh, my brother, joudld mean to save lecent fortune camo to them, they owned mo at a frightful cost, but thiugs have nothing but the house they live iu, und changed now, and I will save you. Kor yo.i there was no one to dispute his authority. will live, dear, live to redeem the past, I I f tho girl herself wishes it, I don't see that I will havo uny choice except to pay it on know." Heeding nothing that wont on outsldtu,! demand " Aro they, then I thought the marriage that chamber, she did not know how often Althea had coipo to bo met by the ono an. wus deferred." "For a week, Ingot telb me. It will bo swer "Miss Carol would sea nobody." I think myself It would bo And, indefed. tho poor chdd would have up shrunk from such a meetidg hud tho matter in butter taste to wait until the crisis is over for Lymau, poor fellow I hut I believo been left to her. And meantime, us the weeks wore on, a Ingot wants to get it over in case tho worst thought which had dimly suggested Itself comes. He plans to leave the city In that to Ingot as he stood listening to Km dnctor'n event wltli his btlde." A cloud of displeasure still shadowed tho words, tool: ehapo in Ins mind Suppose His sympathy was all Lymau Childor Miould die, who wus theru banker's brow. to say that the money he had claimed iu tho Willi Lyinaii, and Ingot's cool viewj of tho name of his sister and himself wus not situation, together with what "savoied t I'hllnilulpliln unit e, liuriiinittnum ttnlhoud comiuj for n ms.sirilllig lo plnli Of Col rl II. which n plnnl oti the nxvl lotig. while theso thoughts woro pMsiug thro.ig.i Nov -- l o! the naimi ycor It I'liiMiKh own the young mau' minil. That ar' dctocmo weight wis limiteil to live Usi It n nlilo talktxl like the luiglnr might Imvo hid Inlo pull thnt i4)ii at n nit of fiftni ii.llwi side, but it wa'u't in I'll be iKHiud " ndvertiM"iii"iiM boar Aivonllng to "What Ih this!' mko.1 N'orr.s, Moupuig an tlie ncn Kiien. nf thntthe it ran iliilly In dsr over a small diur sunk In the uuiiiseotting was fair. Inn on niliiv lavs That! That's iiolhln' but u cubby bole when the weather ntt.'icliisl to ears M W, inrw under the stairs Don't think e,-- .t'i;'iost ltatil went in Hti not uu KiigllUitiiJiu nm to emhlle in thfiv would want Ito t n hn Klltits'thtowu. N rusted iu, I letknii; it hain't b en i.jm-i- i f.n-- niittVM of Dec. IU, ITU-- ! Ill J whci-- carfather s Has iHjru year" MtilUilu n t The Isdln gnvo readily under i.eivuiau's riage maker, iltrsl when ear of age, and hi mother having mt t.l touch, howvvcr, uud Hip dior swung uoiso. left by hi father through tb lessly bnek A pilo of old ledtrers ulinosl pros-rt.o? the exivillors asohllget U inside, filled tilO sKti-tiie dast on r family (V five childien hv iiur t.iem, a quai tor of an inch thick, showed no upHiit omi exertion. At the ngp ol In M.itttiln of having beou nvuntly disturbed. begun to hum the Jeweler' trade in " You bee?" HasHlijuh. "(Jood an exs'it wurU-mannd koon bec-uuil was only the ringing of tlio tilephouo liell which gavo him such n ntart Norris answered tho mill, to receive a message "I II.. nt l,ve Thee. lr. Kelt." ir an Mi. Kverlelgh. The lines quoted Udow were written by (t lad you lire there yet. I want you to Imii-in U'i uinl dnxt como up to the house at once Something Tom ItroHii. "ho wnn in I70t Thuy tin " to toll jou of itniiortuucc I do not loe thee, Pr Fell; There was an Indistinguishable growl at Ibe iriftou why I ennot It'll ! the lust, as If the wpeaker were Iu no giiod Hut thU. I know full well h.imor, and, Iu truth, tho banker seemed I do not lore I hen, I)r Kelt lsith vexed and troubled when his clerk ap Thomas Drown, dicribvi by Addlwm peared heron; him. the " Ingot has resigned," ho iiuiiouiiced " 1 "of tucetfou memory," wa poom author of numnrous dialogues, letter, and other to evtcud his leave, at some in- miscellanies, excctcd tlrst collected In 1707 Dr. to myself. Ho is a thorough Johnson convenience refer to him in hi "Ufa of Dry-- I I will llud it hard to accountant, and don" as a nmn of soma ability, but who laid him satisfactorily ut u moment's no 3Ut nil hi powers upon "small jiwu nnd groo tice." m that his performances hnvo lit- -! "That is not all that Is troubling you, buffoouery, tie Intrinsic value." NotwithiUaiidftig ad- sum " No, it is not. There is that child's money verto opinion nilatlva to Drown, the Jingling, onceit nliout Dr. Fell, owing to it quotnblo-tosv. Inch Lymau put with his into the firm to all quotation secureil him h Weuiooiiour feel now. so that it can bo jooks, nnd it ha beenulcho by many a used writer paid, but her biotlior gave mo to underic stand, even when her marriau'o was spoken and many a public speaker, aud uillcoutitiuo of, that ho intended to keep the manage. to lie. There aro a great many icoplo who nro familiar with Longfellow's poem who i' cut of it until sho been uo of age. Ingot as given mo notice tha he intends with- believe ho win the author of thuso Ilium. It f"i thn tune nt I'hlln.l. Ipliln. on April itt. rnsovsl no oMt from tb IMMetiRers. ll-- xt with eight iviu in M t mu iniuif engine wrifn lir mnnV wa-- tiiwii in uri sin-l- le i'enlm Kit In um-si- m, "iflxi USA, 1 1 a d li'-- lud"' I'Utln-dolphi- n, n. e ' u s, 1 I The ClirUtlnn Hiu. Tho Chriftliin Km Is tho term given to tho great era from which nil Christians compute their tiinn. It was sup)ssed to correspond "uu umiiuiiiui mu until ui lairisi bill, to somo of tho highest autliurttlu, Christ wn Iwrn four j'ears beforu the commencement of our era. The puicticoof rj time from tho birth of ChrUt as Introduced In the ChrUtlnn clmrcli atKiut tha Rixlh The prnctico gpn- . arnl ntwtii,- thi. mlil.IL. nt .u.. Lir. '"" ii, H. uio VI Lliu r UUXIllll ecu- reck-onlc- Chronolo5ers lui redlvided tho time lietween ereation and th birth of Christ mto ages. First age loreation todelugei,-l(X"Kill II J wcond nge, to tlni coming of Abraham into 'Jnnaan, aHS-IWthird age. to the exodus from Kgypt, IWl-Ufourth g... to the ior a ;1 J, founding lllthugB, totho capture of Jerusalem, age, to tha birth of Christ, SbS-- 4 B C. We aro now In tho seventh age.ao-vordis- g to this chronology. of Solomon's templo, UDO-IO- U; Ui-l- ll our tJraud Opening Hall and Tic nie. Our pantry is chuck full, with AT" Kim Swx, at your own pi ice, out' W'1' The ileatb of Henry l!auiliiiinn, Firnt-Clas- s vegcUibleH at the Of Have Tfy J'KIl YlflAK.lN A1)VANC1! ter A. Wood eliaiu rnkc harvester, sec which oei'iirreil at noon Wednesday, Is spring chickens and head, ami Aunt 1'aster to prepate them. In the nature of a calamity to th" see- ond liiui'l, Metealf it Foster. now say tion '" which he lived and moved. No Everything is now ready ami " Whtii not o MI $2. GO will ' turned BRMCH BMERY. CONFECTIQKERY come; and everybody is coming. Iiii.iikiii.. . prisoners in jail, 10 be- - ,MIvMu, , ,,,,,. lllon, , longing to tl.lM county, the largest nun.. 1IMin, l.eautify Kcectfnlly, !).!. Si. n.iiTi:ii. this localitv ami none And class L.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. barge. her Mime .lailer Owens has lu ,)t, fm, ai(, uni. A dispatch from AlgierHMyn that the Mail trim roiwi North ...li )l (Mil by Mr. tlmti lie will be. Public spirited and locusts are advancing in a compact mass Tin: Danville colored uinu beat i ji pm " ' Suuui ...n 57 lm StanforiN !l to 7 Wednesday afternoon. 'vi!r fiigagud in enterprises that gave over l'J miles long by li in breadth. A " Soulh irc train Nottl first- We will A panic prevails in the province of ...37 Jin 6 30 m The game was witnessed ami enjoyed by employment to law numbers of his fel...... tout (rclcHt North 'Hie valley of (luelnis has been South ''Ji !' m apprewill ery large ciowd and the club cleared low mortals and always paying them fair devastated. They are also devastating he Untr mnik lo I4iry luocnccn prices, withholding from none his just portions of Illinois. the !. c itruliulalttl on Matiilar.l llinr. Solar HOfllC IllOIieV ilneH, but paying tho last farthing li til about o inlliulci Utter, Kurmera of tlie Cnitcd States receive Thkiik are prospects that twuaddition-a- l promptly at tlie time agreed upon, that clear money from ehickenn and distilleries will be opened In this clnrw flustalns n lotw that it will feel. A mole K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. this I'n by Jim Carter and John mnn who rendered to every one bin just eggs than from any other one source, KuwImmiI at t j a m mil 7 .0 a in rin audit is a fact that Oanter's chicken Travlor. it seems to be useless to make due, In; demanded his in return n 1 return at t y m mid 8 0 p m and for .1...- .....it- , run.; .1 ., 4. :.. ...i.i.i. :. .... ... .... .. .1 n . . ,, W)ls,.onHilr(1(l ,.OH(. cholera cure is daily adding to that reveu t,(. ,ntUir nue. Sold and warranted to cure by be sold is narrowing all thejlme. MEANS IUSIHESS. ,,y ihmv wl0 ,,,,, ( ,((, jmt M(m, .McKoberts tfc Stagg. L't W.ruis amiH.jewelry icpaircd and Wi: send our usual half sheet suiuile are generous, but the rex erne was true.' V. man I.. the out I. .unity gavu mori !... Penny. warraiiteil. A. The most successful clfortH to suppress tiwiit uiili tliiu iuhiio , wliii.ii Iu.mIiIi-- .1 ...... ...., .............. ... .. . "Co r.N.H.igetH away wtl. potato an. (.ollljnl,(li()n to church ami to every worthy the Honor trallic ever made have been ,,1IM f ..rmlprn made lor nale by McKober.s A. high means of ,,,sc than did the deceased, but he did tax. by hits never blub license andeilect-iv. f It failed to prove OFuuostentatio.isly and few are aware fail by the inailvertai.ee The right to tax is the riht to de'... nhould Ti.KbcM plact. to buv .lnir-- patent 1,mv '"'11 '"' I1 Uivc. I he ( hnstian stroy, and it the policy of taxation is indieines ami toilet aitieles is at A. it. (of the folder to gettlio extra sheet.write 1't imyV ciiuicii nere, 01 wiucii lie nml been a carried out to its tinal "analysis it will niemlxT for years, owes in a "teat mens- - bring about the destruction of the evils Ht'v your school books, ink, tablets. Tiikiik aie numerous applicants for the mi. hH very buildinu to him. and he ever of intemperance, a result that prohibisupplies of all neucilH ami iJiht, tion has tailed to achieve even in States .mis from A. K. I ciiny. Female CoIIcl-c- . but it seems that Mr. u.ikti.ln...! It vtii. i.iu It will miss where it had the fairest trial. Albany guarantee all watches ami every ar-- , llublmrd, who has had chaw of u sidiool (.mir,. commmiitv will miss Journal. tuit .,..-.,- . ., p... ....- j n '! , stands tiie best kIiow of get- - him and his wife, his children Having secured the services of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watch' Arkans.!-and relaBuckle n'8 Arnica Salve. itntwl. A. It. IVnnv. It' irt highly IVClmilHlllleil llllll tives, how terribly they will feel tillk' !t. his he Ik .t n.ilve in lhe world lor cut?, brilict, maker with many years' experience, all work done with neatness 'IiiIoimmI, ami WinCim Kiicop.tliau, it loss! son, iitcer, .dt rheum, fever,crt, utter, chap, and dispatch, fully insured. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit the SOMEWHAT PERSONAL. will not be said of him that he runs the' i ped llandi, chilblains, cnriK .and all skin ,.i.i.. ir it. m. !,.,.,,, ,. eye. and curev pile, or no pay re . It. Mb. XM.ini has had the Mhh in the interest of any of the pn- -. Mr. im.l Mm..l.ilin Kaughman, who at quired. It ni.tiely U guaranteed to i;ive perfect sJtiil.ic' visit for v"ili,,K l''","itions here. ri,M. ,,d iiK(.h of 7(1 and 70 respective- - lion or I'r.re 15 niuney I'utki. HAMC10.V is now the ,,,. was arrJw, son)( For sale liy icfunJnl Stanford, ccnl per hoi iIH,Ktion and consultation is exacted ,.f WUV,V1 ,,,, K I'enny, Ky. ' ti.e ijincaster miuji'. . m Irom it in next week. () years ago to Mi.ss l.atimer, of ( Is Consumption Incurable ? Mis .Iknsii: Mviiis left Wedmcday mfsrmmmmm . and she witli live children, two boys MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. Uc.id lhe lullowini;: .Mr C II. .Moril, .N'tw- iTe-wexjEiRf i Ctiiiibcrlaiiil l'alls. ODiTJa-a-isa- ? and three vrirls, ranging in ages fiom 5 to ark, Ark , ay dovn with Hittmir Fi:itiu:i.i. has been assigned to - There will be another marrinc here 111. are left to feel a loss whti-l- tn tlu.m the 1. uni;s, and (riindi and ph)irian Abscess of prnnounca distillery near Monticello. next week. While the ball is in motion can never be icKtii'.l. For more than ed me inc an inci.rable lonstimptue. llei;an tak Mu. ami Mils. S. I'. St m.ii ar spend-'(.-l- i it lolls right along. 'M yeiu-- he had krn a member of the in); Or Kini;Niw DUcovery lor Cnnsuinptinn, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, am now on my bottle and able to in ur Me the week in the Went Kml. . A I Cill.l ii'iiri'i" W DkIiiIi'm Ituvi. ,(,....., 'lirivliim i'Iiiii.iIi .111.1 (1..,.. ,iiii.j I..,,.... work on my third It , !... itiiint r. ir"-uni.farm lJthe finest medicine ctr Ha., Ir, ,.imf Wwii,Iny, ieoW' K. Stephens him Imm n.v that a ItKv.t. ,t.AiM.sof FANCY ARTICLES, &C. tiuer one never liv- - made." Jti.sc Mlddltwart, Decatur, Ohio, a)s: , Mtini.' his liifitiwr, .Mr. I . . t.alncs. , "Had it not bttn fur Pr King't Sew Illscoery )ltlll am Mjss Aw ,,vt.ll)(M, tt,n, uljUl), , wl ,u, )(ij (f (ltm.o) , .tied. ' I"i)-a irie y e lan jires cfii ernon,at-;Iimria;:ms of Mt. M.ssl, ,.,, ks ,!,.,. for Comiimplion I vculd havt died of Lung Mr S( lhIm. ,5 VWIM n1I, was Ii)itllfu, 'rniublcH. Am now ..... ........ ...-- . a ijneii up by doctor. . : iniuiil-.'.cr(. .1,,, ......., ...f ,.,.. ,vmll.t in .1 I,,.!,. t .1.. ritnricwtcri . . i ijjl nil in the brst of health ' 'i'lir.t Ml in (' IHF lllllllt r l ;a,i,pr bottles rte at Miss Hki i.e. Cmiitaicii is visiting her t..M .". .r l.. He was a peculiarly conscrva-- ' A It Pi nn's dnti; store law. ty. . at Nicholas-a lit, Mrs. John Mct.-aOi.s.re Cliauilicix ami Mis (ieua- - tie and deliberate man ami his conn-- ' THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, ie. Electric Bitters. mie I'mruer, of the Highland neighlHr- - sel ami iidvitv has stceicd his church .. II KHWWII Atttl Ml I.!. I... Vv.sw is attending fCx7(IIIIiriK Mi:. ii..ui.K L Ml CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. nut went to the lesideme of Itev. clear of ...any abreaker. Conveix.ng with ,,H,rIMllfllVl At'ntnnn ,,tm Allho t .i comineiiiement of tieorxetown Col-"- i W. It. laidHiii,at McKinney, Tuenlay, Mr. I). W. Yandex eer about him yester-- Ii.huum.I Klcctri.- Hitters init thu same md. m I'ver trmght to tl ui rtt I'n t '"wtr t!i..n the k.ict. XV.iti ie, ( Jewelcj He. f ire. .lov not exit ami it is ami were inade one flesh by that uentle-- ' day, he said that the last time he attend- - I'r.tiM- ,x purer moli'-inpaired on nhi.rt ni i. I'.ni v rrHitd Mn. M. Miis. s. I'. SiTi:u,of Albany Kl.ctric ed'ehurch, which was Sunday K.frt.Uraimr.l i .to ..it tl.at . limn. the I.lver and Kill,j Millers nlll cure jII (a, are f.iests of Mr. M. F. Klkln and -- A H.K.s.er widower has beaten the last, Uder ... . ilhan.s preached, and Ilcy.fW, mn(nc liscauof ,, M hclim,lul w recoril by taking to himself a third wife after tlieseiiuou .Mr. liaiighman taime to other jffirtiom, iat.M.1 i.y trnpure hl.o.t will Ms.s M mi sIi:m;iianc of Lebanon, is at tho funeral services of the second, the him with teais lolling down his cheeks ,,r,4u MaUru trm the s)tm and prevt-- us ' '.ng the lauiily of Mr. Joseph Sever same pn'iitilier delivering the iliscourse , and said, "llni. Yan.leeer, I have nev ,VI" "l",c '" MaUriai.MilKev,r!" h'"r lure "' -lle.iil.iclie,t'.ntItaUnn an v. a"'! !y,,IK U' k,,"U n '"' 0,,, n,,M,,, H ' T lm'1 " M,,,,,"M ,0 'Io "U l1"' tlu,t trie lllt.eri J!nUre ..xmhcOon nr Miss.lt i.i )oti.i.s, who has HVI and his blushing bride 7'. that one has. It seems like a message mu) niumlctl. Iriee5ic am! Ji pir tmttient scIhmi! at I'aiut li.n hing a A lis.atib from (ir.'i'iivilli', S. ('., fiimi (iml lliuiM-lf.IlisllliU'si, wliifli A It 1'i.nnv'k tk, is at Ikmiic nu'.iin. JfHt Join's, a briitbfr of was raiisvilby uri'iiiii'iMiiMm.wasofxIioit kiivk tbat Itfv. Arc )uii in ml c miserable by IndiecMicn, Mit. J. W. Mi Cum v, of Kansts City, tbu nntcil .Sun, oMii itli Miss ll'ssic ilunitiou ami la- lap-t'- .l iiitouni'oiisi'iuuH- - patiun, Diiz.itts., l.os of Aiictile, X'ellou vlii.T s ui a visit to the charming little blonde l'arnnv, of Ijiuifiis, tbat Statf ami iniuli'1 nt'sM any of a fatal torini- - siloh' X'llaliier a (kaiiIic cure, McKoberts' w o has c.ipluicd his heart. .V Su;i;. StJiif'"d, K ' ,aiid Crow .X Co., JltiKiu- of. Iiit bis wife. Tin L'iil'n iniillii'i' uas nation was tlimiL-li-i rs ,1r !. Louis, Is here r W. Fmiiiii i:, of .. 1. .1.1.. . i' .... .iii ..f iiimiv, in. i..!. ..i.. ........1 i.. il... ... .I..I .mil ., Iw.ii lli..... I.i.i .. . ....!., in I. Him ii ..j.j".-I....... mi.! Hiring ..in i.ii.ii i.r.A okiui! after the closing out of the estate ' tin' Jin failed ontv hln hbut tin ctl by mii lowing friciuls, woi(. not NT.W Al)VKItTlsK.MKNT. ii his uncle, l'ctoii Kmhrvc. bin tin' pil was uillinu ' i'n. Hut tliiy in bis not nctvhsary. Tlu C. C. Car. It.'CtniTNTr.ii, Missus. ami lovn laui;lit!l at tbu tinry niiitlii'i'. iivi.initiou fm tbat biiur bail not bt'ou . .tun near minim atieiiuen me C'lM l. in. i ami - Yi'.st.'nlay at bib noon, Mr. Sain M ili'fi'in'il till tbf lust 111111110111, ami bis n I ItlTjll. iMrayetl Inmtwoi.l place brm llililaiul, a bampiet. holiisville hop K r.ini..l 'e rcu.iril for hl fviili-mreturn Wilbiti', latf of Moiitiifllo, but now of lilt" sivt' of bat bis hh! woulil die Steer infiirmatimi that will i;el him S s' I! wtin, H iirl Kmi in II. MrCm. mix, only win of the Louisvilli', ami Miss .Icmiic I". (iraiiii;t'r, . A ihmI man, an liomt man ami ti land, K). j(i) .. . .. . . . vcrnor, wns ami 'tit: the doen gitidu- - . tu- sMiiic 11 iv. wi'ii- iiuii'tivmariioii usi'itii man u.is laiicn ami tin- loiiiiiiiini-' .1 s.itCentnd I'niversity this week. if u. it. comit'i-- ty joins witb his loiativt's in ilfuloiiiiL'l To the Farmers of Lincoln and XI" !.. H.sMiill'.ll'l, at tlie . ifsiiiou ..... Mr. II.. Al .. I. . "I '..(. ihi.isii., Il.llfl .11. ......!... ..III. I'ltlll.k ;. ill. llllll. ISlI ill'ltl..!. ll'tto ....... ..1 ...I ... Ifl.t' III.. Mil. Garrard Counties- s .ittemliiig tliecoux'cutioii is Lomsvil le. . (arson and .Miss Liuie mi viler, L. C. his, late residence wMerdav altcrnooii at . . T. XI , W.mmIsoii has gone to the n.untrv ., Will keep constantly onhxnd a and selec4; line of Furniture ,,,',,., The stt nforil HkIIi r XlilU ('nnip.ii y nxiil. )ur Walton and .Mws Jesse ( ook, (.. II. u clock bv Lev. Joliu Hell (hImiii. and ' t i t.ix till his return. wlinlc ivhivt imp f ist, aid wih p. y in cash lb. (.iHipernnd Mis llettie Drve acting as then the remains were conxeved to llul- - big'ie.l marktt prue fi r u In riot 'sell H.tb in anuJUndertaker'o Goods. Hy prices will be as low as such goods Mn. .. ,. , ,, iikn (mik, of California, and attemlants. he ' sutv then ivturmsl to falo iuiiig emeterv, owed bv one ttrsl seeitij: Siiprnntcni'' m I'nit. at the M.ll llieiindtr.ifiied of Mercer, ait) visiting ' M.ss l'J IDSIllt. can be bought in the cities. Rive me a trial and you will be con. Pre. su.if.iril ifuller Mill- I ,, Jo" V. Waters ami other nilatles, the Myers House and aftera nice dinner of the largest pmcessious of Mirruwini: .tt vinced that I sell lower thannne lowe3t. look the tnun for Louisville, ever seen in lhe mar-- 1 .... XI. I! mi .lit.i.i.. rill. ..I tu ll Itillitil .illkllln n..i. I..ill .if ,. I. mi. .. .1 .' ji T.i l.t.. Iit.l. mki n i. 'j r llllll 'II ill in l.sss. (i. II. Ml KlVMlV, A '(',' ' love airair..hi Tlimv was 110 objfi-tio- l ll'.l His .11111 ll I.I H spiuit llli 1.11save I tlie. life was to .'.', f lii'iv, 'V. t ox an pi. t . oiiaiter; in fart Mr. U'illiite ear.s be ave tlie "Lost Cause" in -- er-1 ''..i' '' ' it from f. near Pine-,- . .... ,. ,. r '...... ..1.1. ...1... m ti.iii in tb" ('nml .111.mi- iiisi-u- i .in nil .i.ij. Jli... ,s lj.lil.ll. iini.ii nirniii. ...S ui ' tlie youii liuly'f. fatber to their union, eM.ite, tlie most of wbieb he amassed bv l tl'l. .1. II. 11H11111 hlli'O'C'ls uj at bis home his own e.xtrtioiis, is e.stimati'd to be 'and it woulil have SSI1CIIMN, K.IKKSXII I i:. K ' trnk ., of IrMin lIsp.itebi'r l'aol.MPi amli. later, but beuij up here with a partv woifb from to S7",WH). Mr , e, of l.ebauoii, tuke.s his, .'. eome to tliti hop, they lliouuhl ' , . ,. . , , .. ie asd.sp.lt. hel .stlleik. H11i1u.1l Will li. ild nr at .heir x ll II II. IS. HUM. Villi! Ull'U IO IIKUIV I. I'M', UCII..J3 UI II. .llMlso,-.l.:sT.;,forilieiy Ol .T.nl.e l.,l..,,rf the lii.en.ir Joumal.l ni.len from KitImiIIc d . sl, nmnv fri1i;, , ... , ' u.l, win. is now Uistriit .itniKt' til tai-- wuir. .... ..... 'Kiiunks..! 1:1. 1..... l..:iv..ii. i..s. .. . . ..I' , . ,,, . .1. . II .....11- 1.1 ' ?!. .1.1.1. J"" tn,n iiNliriiKtfin " ' bn.lc is a ilauyhter of the head of the' i"'. truth ami ilimimh your .oiirtty, to1 JIjXY 27 AND 28, 188S. U.L.is tt.iile on whi.li lie will make i.i.uiv linn of tiraiiier .x- Co., I.ou Mate tbroiiL'h your iiaiierthe follow inu; m '""'S"".it h.. tl lllMlllllh of ilolliii.. Vavne.s.'l-,,'cr-'1,rc""""" ""' In your issue of June isville, ami is a very handsome ami lova " illllliK IVII Mll Mll.TO.N J. Dl'llllAM hie yirl, sunny in temperament and af buiv'.oiiespondeiit says in leferenee "u,,e ""s "ne,,f ,l,e ,om,"-- t Slmk Kalrs ,,f "" or tatalarf..e.in.l pirtitulari .ul.tres., w II eelebiate the anniversary of their .....: IUi.fiir.1 MuMnllim.'' ,.it,...L- .... P' t.:.... ..!...i: It'. I..III...1; ... I..SM1SHIMI. I.IU .llllll. :..l tiiiiiio J '' u xI.KI.K, sc..ei.ir. arriaire 011 the llllll instant by a larve .'.,.. t 1... .1 Hi wif 1.. 1... u'l.:... All's. Uevnolilx that be MeMnllinsi ' "wi.s 1.1 iMPiinrt-'ri-nil.iiriiu Kirl.ii: Hi, K) ntPrtainnient, at wliieh the Kentueky .x. Co., and is nil most estimable " ,,is w".v M()1' Kubanks, where one' a yuunjj ' eolony will be represented. - l.ouihville ",-- Ikiker dishes out tlie devil's eye wa-- , man in every respcet. May tlieir' days Q Tllllt'K. " lf leave to be heard o 'r Ut ,,lt' be as IniiK ami as happy as tliey aie at o Mit. V. ('. Multilist nnil wife who have in the fails that tin abovi) is wiitten oresent. tn es. ave been hero for some time left -- The iiitirriiiKi' of Mr. 50 V. M. Hiu'lit irim "'' P''u'' where all the mean, low TJLT3XB, terday for C'ohiuibii)' liihs., where .Mr. the solid ami nomilar vnnnu teller of the ,,OH " ,rilsh and drunkards eonie Irom u ,nt .., , . u .xiorns na.s a peiiii.iiieiii. 1.0S1111111. ineiri,, HUTS iX.llllllllll ,,,...., llllll, ... i,',ii,,U it ..,,,,.....,. ., .1I1KS l.lllil D.IIIK 3 and espeeially I'll! w. niiKs pruvrn by MeMullin hin.self that P ,vi, !s s n.tivuUnis and as " . . ... '.STOCK ON 0 liriilit little l.mile. ,1IW "ot Douvht any 'devil's eye water' attrnetive as nhe is lovely in person, was l''iihankn for months. P. am the drugHoleninied at the resilience of the bride's LOCAL LORE. P irniii.i.iiii.iiiits , Mr ui. Mis! . ...V - i.st liei and run business in inv own' . f. S p. Foil Sm,k on Hunt. Sly house ami Cobb, Tuesday afternoon at ll, her form-- , n'. ""'I the allusion to my father, Dr. p lot. For further jiartkularH call on Mis. lr preceptor, Kid. John Auj:. Williams, link it, is a nialiYioiift falsehood. SleSltil- o ' was born, raised and lives in Wayne,-- ! l'ltnuie Dunn. ollieiatiiiL'. The eouple entered the dee-- 1 ''" buiand is tlierel'mv no pa it ol'Kubanks; united pallors attended by J. .S llocker' 22 1": P iiiMN new stock of the finest Can Men who .sometimes iepi.it CraiL' and MH'U'ty. n ami Sliss Kate l'helns. cf dies iust rt'ceived at A. A. CO Sliss Slarv llrown, J. II. l'axton and MisH ,)l'll''"M '""I "ttfi- look over tlieir eonnec fl "Model Grocery." t,,,I o1 11'1' "l "' ef aynesbur and .Slary KobiiiMUi, I'. SI. SleHoberts and: It..i... miuiii .iiriMiuiey ...... .1111111 11. .1. tlie llli'M'Ilt bit'! llii.t tlii ''iliivil'u nvn Tut: L. t X., Ajjent J. A. Carpenter it: .11111 v m.i'!.... ' .hiss i 0 .i pI rate to ami .Miss Minva l'lielps and duiiiiK' the water" is clandestinely m.I.I under the will make a round-tri- ) -tills us, Hi' "called ami elect"at Waynes-- j P . ft mvtinllon at siMO from cereiuoiiv stood Kioujied In a most artis- ho Chifiu,' 0 sS, w imulttTEnWl'w' Ct ,ore. tie milliner. Follow inK hearty conpat-- 1 1,,"'' Others sell whisky in one mile of rl) to LT1 conducted to a Fubaiiks. SIv father is phvsician. lit1 ulatloiiH, the Ktiestsweie P. went out 1:111 crowd of yount? folks bountiful ami beautiful spread of mih claims bin rights as a physician, ami I as P0 to ilales Well last night to enjoy the stantials and hiMirieH which were dis- a druggist, ami the allusion above is Mooulijiht hop ami Proprietor A. L cussed wicked attempt to make Dr. Maker nototables-That length at GRAND IIIDII CC rxolahrit.nv tht Catiiamant of tha linrfhwaetarn Territory, spnonauiore's hospitality. re II. II. IIikiui. entertainment over, Mr. ami Sirs. rious, which is untrue. "O I vvk put 011 a couifortablo spring- - I'.riglit were driven to town wheie they 3 is ready The postoflice department took rooms at the .Myers House, sensibly A.igon to run between here and p Will leave hcue at !) o'clock' eauh oinittiiiL' the bridal tour, and yesterday to consider theelainisof postnnistcls who moniing, rutuiiiiug at 4 in thoafteriioon. Sir. 15. was at his post in the bank as if have suH'civil loss of postal funds by 1 the most important event of his life had fire.buiglaiy or in transit or by unavoid-no- t Fare one way 7i eut.s, or rouiiil-triCO ALL The popu-- ! able casualty since .March 17, In'.". bonis. occurred within .T."Ni .? .". day; is -- Xr.w jvohUoi"., boetn, eucuniberH nml larity of the youiif,' couple xvus diown in DMPPING SPRINGS. cabbajrcs ntS. S. Slyer. lax'ish bridal presents, some verv costly We are now open and ready to receive ' and all useful ami ornamental. We join visitors. Kverything is completed.' The Xi:w hats ami bonnets for summer !.. 1. .. .!...(.... I ........I ...At buildings have all been repainted and M.c.wAUTON,uuB.Munager,rJtlHt lwl Bl MrM. KM0 ..na.w., look as bright ami neat as a, now pin. ,- - urH. happy and bright as their lovoi's uiithu- - Tho predominating colors this wic-o- n Stanfohd, Kv., .Junk J u, 1888 Tiir.plastcicrsan.l painters an- - mjik- -, has pictured it. are white and green. The roads are all lug County Clerk Cooper's den blos-oi- n fn perfect order and ? iSatur-- ' Qcill WcCIl J IILL.U.1 llllLntUrvUuUlMTHL V IxtTCDinD InilDUIlt l Tiri!r!iBWinHnrfTr Is tb.o ILfe of Trade. ;;;';;;:;;; ;;;;;;.-;;;;-;;-;;;.;;;;-- '' Publishud Every Tuesday and Friday. Hk' the ' '", DEATH'SOOINGS scmllWgJIimmer. Opened a Lancaster, Kentucky, T, ', ,,,, 1 ,.,,, I t..'! Con-stin- e. 1 11 ' RESWURMT a first California Fruit Store in connection at Stanford in the house formerly occupied Penny. be ready to run every thin; in class style in a short time and a call be ciated. net-ti- on ! 1 I li- -r - .- . 1 , , . , ncco ,. Im'robertsstagg -- PLEASE OBSERVE h . , (,,,,,. .o hlx-iall- , e. !a FIUIL1L ASSIETMIENT ! - I , J 1 j.-- - t. .,. t. WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ..mmmmm-mmmmm- mm 1 I erup-tlnns- , '' ....,, t. - X I ieor-(Ki- a, '"A. H, ' . ' PraNY," & i "a - ...-...- I i (. ""UI1' x. ..... ,,, ......, ,, ti - ff ,, I . i ft I ' lf I! , ..I 1 I I ,, I I - i - , i I ft-- . ,.;,,, - .. SEW SSW ! FURKITURE STORE ! 1 ! I (l .xrL MAOT IBCLT'iMlA', .'.HOP, thicc-month- s' " ilruj-Mi.- I Cftn-t;- ' ' vx - ft-a-r ! Mm 4 9 4 iiinsi-uiii'iiil- l ' I 11 I 11 1. hpok-ibx- ir fai-f- , wt-r- - 1 1 eeur-ol- b.-- ir-ii- - - . . 1 . .... . . - l.l. , ... I , I ' I . ' , ,..,, .. , I ' ..I.-I..- .J I . ...,. . . laro i - THE KIKKSTUXK 111111 ,;,'...,.,. 111111 ' 111-- - 111 - 11 11 11 STOCK FAIR tlit-.I 60FFINS, BASKETS, ROBES. 1111- - .,.,.,, ... n .... . , ,,, ,, . ., - niru I ' 'H 11 - well-know- - - -t 1 i 1111- - 111 ( 1 . I ' I ,.,.,,.., ; ,.,.,,, . .... li ,,.,. $ WAXcX and TTJB.ITITU'IIE. ALWAYS - ' "' ''' 1 ' o 1 j s COMPLETE HAND. B. X. WEAKEST, ' J.'t. 1 a X CINCINNATI L iA JPLY4&to UliT. I ! o G ' y--- wf 1 j 11 11 tete-a-tet- e e 11 -- M Dan-,ll- e. o o O p j a r o - - DtHTtPHiflL EXPDSiTIOH OHIO VflLLEy s UNSURPASSED DISPLAY. I'.-x. 2-- EXCURSION RATES FROM POINtl. X ? mi nf aa. - ... .., y mwn y MfKwMm .. - ,L , in, hmii'iwiiJ irtu L1 '"" syyy;.";.:. im'I vi "p .win kn awm-n.n- ni mi nwrt mhwim hufmhmiiI bt warti ih.ii, t: T i Tpn g t y ,1., jmk. M)MlNMVWmMM4MMWNMW r srvi i ion, I l v!! He Tnrnexl th Table. One on n timo, tome young Frenchmep Itrnltlifut llomc Device Hint Orciconiw (tarted a journal Ou the day after the appearance, of the first numtier, thu ofllcu 'wr ln.niiinln Hint to Xiiue. Ajouniul of building hau tho following to visited by a little, stout liiiin, neatly ilressed, My in regard to Htnitary points tliot kIiouM with cotton gloves, ami an air of simple god be considirwl when selecting n hoilso or n nature. Ho olitely asked for a copy, to see tho style of the paper, in ho had the intention site for it new oniv "Ulvu the gentle Remember that ulirru the mui will of kubscribiug if slilno on tho houvo for some hours n la I man a copyl" cried Jules Norian, the editor one lenient of gool is secured, oorlnlly If The little man tlinnked him, tiowed and left, tho sutvsli.ne enters nt the windows of the i Next week back ho wonngafn. "Not luil lor living rooms or iixmw most un.iI during tho u first nuinber, not bad. he said to the clerk If tho ground is at nil porous, n "mint see if It holds out." "Wo hope so," ilnytime. layer of concrete not less than six Inches said tho clerk. "Well, well, sir," ho replied. am, some thick, and com)Osel of cement or limo "I am In the dry gixxls business, things lire good at first, but fade. I will sul nnd broken bricks or gravel, xhoulil Ik over tho uholn of the ground covered by tins' scribe if the color stands." "(Jive the gentle-building Tliitill prevent tho pavsiigo of man nunihcr tttol" cried the editor Nine ground nir up through tho floors. Air will times did the dry goods man return, nnd mm tr.iel through the ground for somo dis- d times did ho get a number for nothing O:. the tenth decision Noriac was there when In tance, nnd ns it Invariably becomes contain-mateby taking up carbonic ncid gns in its called. "Very good," said the dry pnsvngo it is not miitable for inhaling. The I man. "1 like it, es, I like it, and if it ki- hoiiM nets ns n sucker on tho ground, and if. its color In tills number 1 will sulwriU- - net unfortunately, the site N on "iiwilo"' ground time." "Oive the gentleman two copies thnt Is compiled of nil the refusjof ii town sniil tho editor, then, taking the the ground nir becomes tho medium of scissors, lie dellberutely approm'tied tin slim lifeline. No holies should bo built without keeper and cut out of tho tail of lii.fri i, t.i "What on eaulime tin a. will ventilated ulr between tho earth a square of cloth and tho ground Iloor, usiiecially if tho layer doing bo exclaimed. "Taking u sample ( concrete on the Mirfaco is omitted. The your goods," said Norinc, "and if it ks--i n vails should lie built of good linrd burnt color I will buy a piece." Tho Argoiiuiit stones net in lime or bricks or Itrtweon Two Danger. Common under burnt cement movtnr. "Do ye reckon that Garfield will cut nn bricks or porous stones hold inoMuru which Ysporntes with tho riso in temperature, and figure in the Republican convention this yeari" asked Mr. Thlsllepod, uiixiously "I xi oitllU tho nir in tho Iiouh" Tho foundations of tho walls should rest ou don't seem to see much mention of him In the thick beds of concrete I tedded iti tho earth: papers." "Garfield! Why, man alive, Garfield's nnd to prevent the ground damp rising up tho walls, n damp proof courro of slates in been dead these lire or six yearsl" "That sof queried the old man, with a cement, or u bed of nsphalt should bo laid in thu full thickness or width of the wall Just cunning, incredulous look; "he really did die, above tin ground line. Dryness in this thonr "Why, of course, man: you must bo asleep to health that any climate is o bnihling which in its floors, . nils, or roof Country didn't talk of anything else for more sins by admitting moisture, should bo re- than a year." "Well," said the old man, "1 remember jected ns n place of residence by those who seeing all the papers in black borders and big value their heulth. 1 headlined about it, but 1 didn't know nover read past tho headlines when tbey Hints on tlie (are nf the Mrk. do 1 get Tochnngothe coverings over the patient sound very startlin', for sore's without exposure, Journal of Health recom- caught in some patent medicine or insurance mends to tlrst fro.-- them at the foot of tho or soap advertisement. I'm a little too caubeds, eprend the clean sheet over them, and tious, mebbe, but every time I break through 1 cover witii a blanket. These should bo well this rulo get caught. So Gartleld really is tucked in nt the sides, and then tho soiled dead! Well, well, well; and here I've beeu myself all this time on beln' the clothing can Iks draw u down and removed at only man in America too smart to git caught the foot. Tho Mine journal says that the rule never by the advertisiu' man. Well, well, welL" And he looked so humbled as be went out to awaken a patient to administer food or medicines, while a very sensible one, admits that no man had tho heaittocaKt a stone still of several exceptions. There aro roses after him. Curdetto in Brooklyn Eaglo. where regularity must le observed, even at A lllblleal Advertiser. the. exjietise of sleep. In certain acute disFor the benefit of those w ho abhor prineases, nmoiig them pneumonia, tho stimulant nnd Mtpportivo treatment must bo continu- ter's ink as the prime factor to the advanceous, and the system constantly under its in- ment of their interest, we will state that fluence. In such coses, if too long an interval Bamsnn (the strong party) wan the tlrst man were allowed, a fatal depression might ensue to advertise. He took two solid columns to in those whom the vital energies were, taxed demonstrate his strength, and several thou lie to their utmost by the intensity of the sand people tumbled to his scheme. brought down the house. Covington (lnd. disease, People's Taper. PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE. 1 I mm POWDER Absolutely Pure. More ec noinuul tlrciiKtn ind b lenments thju the ordirar Lm in,l tie nM I" competition with the muttitiule of low teti hcM weight .iliim or phophite powder ;i)ld onl) ip Koval lUslN', Powuict Co., t.an re WaltMreet, New orl THE CiALT HOUSE, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY. SANDIDGE AHEAD. nir t(oiniNKi) the largest and finest hotel in the city. rates $2.50 to $4II KKMI 1871. A - .Hamlet ic iDoximrk lilir- na GILDEHOY, IMIl I per day. accord inc to rooms; tl sMS II Mils IN IKIJ I I Lebanon Planing Mill, 1808. Wli in the c ion of 331 ut Ills t I It' ihmi She I') Cit,ln Lincoln coiinis. on tlie ihelh I it and Knob l.iil. I iirnpl e riKiil. at U fir the tig f aun, with no inmrktire, or $Jo to innirr ,i mil, xiund and a I rijhl llainl.t lieiiin ir h.ii.uith p enty A t e and acimii, ha I.il; titil inliii.uu, Maud i - n ar hand luith, jeiir ld tin pmu u il coliiliincu fiore lie hi no upetior. if an eu.i . hating win lirt priie at Mirlm-I'ui- t in Kentuil.) in the State Iu hiirne. under ndd r mid In mode rnu, niidim u,t liarne horc, ii a nd-il c hori, ti ii (oiiilniK'd mid ) )isir o d hore, I be lee lie tiu not u peer in Kentui k). Ham ct Heiiuiir I ls Khu Heniiurl.. he hv Deiiiuar , he li oil Slur IKnin.ir , h b Joi4 It ur llenuiarl., the a .mi e ri' t home he lit Imp I Ir-- t iluin h ('h(iritcr, he l) Contrail. Impart d dam bi Jim llrow ii.he h (ii Siruktgln ed nnd he by sir Archie: third dim b Duke of lied-foralb il tin by l'ir uc mid he ti Chinee Lire-tier- , fifth dam b) Keiituriv 1li.um nnd he b .Imp IIIoiii, Cili dimli) llrutiK, ;lli dam b Ul -- V II t llmelejv'i l.r tin i Hull will lledgeftml gil e' 1,1,' with pritilem e.oi,al S3, CASH, t' .f return n .1 al m S'a tune d" ter e, .on i. not with af II IIUKNSII FOR SATjE. -- I I f , Thicoder ce er .inc A mind ot punty . nou-jKiro- ', A Ol I I'l I, Proprietor, I.KII WON', kV , emiih, MiKinney. VINEGAR. K line inejrfr'alf three-ve- ir ttld nnnle I tjin- Mold Door., Sih, llllndt. Frames C inck Maiii!c. llrjcket., (.ortiKc, Main, NeweN, er.im)a, St rc Irnnli, Shehlnj;, llaluttcr, SIiIiirIc., I.ithi, Counter., I louring, Sulin, Rough and Dreoed Lumber. before bujtneUewhere. Send for price " jin,lle duiii b old Lemiitoii, id millet Ileum ir mjuer dniiitit I inert .V Walker a I lo-It needle that fur hiriir and adille, and f r m inui, bcaul.iv e aud eaiur a a breeder, llniutel ha no uietlor, mnt In trinnill theeiiiHliti to hi ollptliu ii t km of mt appreii.tllon of pat fatora, I fume win Kite iindmiliidiiieiueiit for the beat three co t by Ham Iu premium Jji ! ahowiilii iJSj at the Oantllle fair et to (mod paiture will be ftirniihcd at Jj 30 per month My person and pecU' atteiitliiu w be glten mtreioprctcnt accident, hut wl 110 the repnuili e liuu d nn t uicur I I spedul House and 25 Acre Iiutl Two unlet Siiulli nl Sttnfordou Ne il a Cr W, t It I(. Adilre-- . me at C atliile, Ky ir .iltmr second S , ionin to Maud wood lay-Hj- See and V 1,, t T SAN'DHKiK Till. I ANCS SAUDI. I'. SI' M.I. ION, - BL.T7SM01TT. of WALLACE DENMARK, oaleil Mty 1. 1879, - a rub Mahogon) ba, tj'4 hand huh, heat y mane and tall, it atriclly line and fine), it both a niton! ind pleatant laddler, breed fane) and when ituetl) tint en In harncit goea lite a trotier lie I lugli tail t)ie on iwin ide to the third generalinn, I baiked b) thor oiwhbred on both kidet, makim; linn tery acute and tprigbily gait, Iu form and linith a perfect model lie a tired bt Suiniuer Deuinaik. he by (toddard'a Denintrk, he b) liaine , Cromwell't Denmark, he b) the rai e hore. Denmark, be by lnii. Iledgefurd Hi firt d tin mi lred b) Sir Walltce, he by lodliuntcr Mr Wallace, he b) Sir Albert, thoroughbred, jd linn hv Virjiniua. dam of irginiii by I ranb) thoroughbred he b) the celebrated Maton Whip id dam a W'hipp mate I 111 . THOMAS D. NEWLAND imtidite Mieritt, ubjett tul for re elect! Jii t the othce t the aitxiii of the tlenwc-ji- . lliv tal nm, i lund and i ituhliih, wilt in.lUe of r.iuletiian A the 'eiMin of i3M t tlie utl 1'arris, K., 1 Mnnoy due if u parted with l.att )rar wai come, hi firt eim, 4 "f hi co t luvi- the) uii lint jmi bre Mr Kulwrt Cllirr hit r nn lilt cult fiulri thu It oiih and, J place All th-- ' fiart jim one lia i'X'1 had in r KV UICUMUXU wind I hr a that In. cull liard t hi- - br''din tmall, ihr c. ill. that hati cimie prit tu thr tun b rundirl llellnmnt, "ii Iran tlluf Phot ijriph in ill ityle ni ir Iicture in of A'Unandrrniont it b Manibrinn Abdallah and Indlj Ink. Cra) jn in I Wner C)!orv New n Chief, who i thr ir- - nf Nulwonii j J)J, Wrili"-wMit"lcV- Mom- - US "l i i'i; VI. Villi ' r ri n .i M it. it in tli-6 niurt-ijo ll rirt dam by Cuntfanr h ut of bv Imrxirifd tl mme llnmiughbrpd Millwood li Inirirtpl Monarch ad dam Oliiu S. C. DAVIS, Killpu- - jd dam b l.on; I. land lllacl llawl Mr I'rajnor lundlrd Itlucmoiit two month jivd hap li he lat PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, truck i'i.un, Vt. fie introtted Mr can tnit a truk I.etcher'a in wlirn th civ five rvl in 3 it, tin latt iuarter in VKItNO.V.KV, limed b Mr l.t'tclier. H made a j3 p.onJ mart- - LOUIS SOHLEGEL, AT $25 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. ulri-Hd- v PHOTOGRAPHER, 1 1 y bt V t l.tlctton Ir I' bt Kricnn (6111 tit Menihiino Chief, bjr Memhrim l'a)matter, .1 Hi ton tiled j and h to. ilauglitcra are the dam of iS in the t ft lit r'trtctnnjr i half brother to Km, reiordi' old ata i itHagcfAr tio,jo and uld to Kuhert lluiuier a that nf ittt dam b) llodin b) old 1'ilul, ir of I'llolKtJ I'llol Jr lrcd dim liilnJjoli.t Jat See t la. Maud S loJt,, Nutwood t it), and ti I joint Membriiio I hicf rctl Lad) Iwi the a SI.', Woodford Mrmlitino a ii ,, llngnoli 1 ;v. Ma) Hour) f'uk a Membrilio Chitf a ticiunriiio rnui i a;, r o .ticmiiiiniilar a Star a rt it a mild ul.uk, 16 hand high weight t jjj (xiiind lieu a horte that mend him. If ctcn if he had no pedigree, h bhioij that he do hould maw h potciiig the s- one of the grainlett Itllion In Kenluck) thu dam of (ioliath 1 n, !), rf a'' -- CNt-- $10 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, It.-l- de-i)- TOM Son tif ller' . KOHINSON, d H,iici - 1 Mt i;'kI tiv Ti-- dor to Whitehel Special attenlun xieu t due jit OlVue ?;-t- f. next of children firm lore. ltni race .it I fourth in i'in;t"ii 'KM.. 4 cihUideniiK I he ji W al ate DenniirW .ttnite. 11 dam b) .MiDciimirk, he b) the rate h.irte, Deiiuiart; 'l l on vam l In. dam 1'ioiwe id dun b Montgeiner) ' condition k alrate with Jj adl ter, idflam h) oil Drennon looil.a hne,bapel if n.l paid before we tiling time II. I, n , hu. horte,ti ack with heaty nunc aud tail, Mi hand high, trltik with meal) puinl. ami gitral ma high, nalur aidd e atrtwi.i w irrani him ,1 up Art! cla. I. s POWl'l.t. addle breedrr. loo ami a half mile frm llutlonville on t llutltMitilte and Libert) turnpike Kuad l.int emint) in no -- added. ttillentuiie) di.e I'ariiug with or motiiia: ma Wiilalij.tjr.il iu) hieja lender PIC ACOCK, JR., I If pa) mciit it deferred till after wcaniiijli ln 1 JaCOI 1 Ml N KXItRls l.incatter Kj LUMBER YABDI HARKAWAY,2875. of fieorge f W'earen .inJ 1 M llruce and will open a big yard .it the one purcha.ed of Mr W'earen He.ldet lumber in rough and dret.ed, I will carr) a large line of window tthe, doirtand thingle, lath, pott and the puket fence formerl) ld b) . ti HOkKKK Mr. Wearen. I Jennet. I 'Ihi fine lack ib) (.lant, he b) Imp Palermo, ampon, he b Imp Mam tl dam bt Kohinon' dam moth, id dam b) linn llertranl Jaco by lilac. Hawk, jd dam h) Iippinnoe I hltl-- a lilitd handtoiiKt J let, e.ir el J, I high, tnaik with mea nox Will teit a few j, it BIH'AK, (348 AND (D Prevention uf -- liT)ilrncii. Among dovires found to control insomnia, 'Medical Register mentions tho following: The sound of water dropping slowly and steadily into a pan occupies aud quiets tho brain. This Is tho principle on which wo are told to count sheep going over n fence, and do any sort of automatic thinking, if such an expression be permissible. A former victim of insomnia cured himself by keeping the eyeballs looking down. Amther kept rolling them in one direction with good effect, repeating, meanwhile, n certain work or number. Long Inspirations by the mouth nnd conceiving tho expirations by tho found effectual. air ns currents, has All intellectual exercise should bo stopixxl half nn hour before bedtime. A tumbler of milk, instead of the usual copious draughts of water, taken during sleeplessnesss, will often help to overcome it. Ix-e- hate purchated the lumber )ard Men. retiring from llrulness. i Young Woman (blushing violently) Are you the gentleman who has cburge of the advertising department of the paper, sirl Clerk Yes, miss; what can I do for youl Young Woman I er want to advertise a a second hand type writer for sale. I shall have no further use for it. Tid Rita. I1m iji)r ) II llll.tn K II IIMti Hir.TOWT& DAYIS WALLACE AT SI 2 50, TOM AT $8.00, Dark tut. its haiiJ. hmh the ritiet horte, the bet breeder and thr hlghrtt bred hottr in JACO at Jj) forj.uk toll and 1m for Jennet Kentuckv offered tu the public ttt o low- a price ana tin term o lilieral Stock loniiiiilled to lit care and breeding will furnithcd - paid befure $30 to Insure a Living Oolt. receitemy pcrtoial to attcution forl.ra renin al at reatonab e rale, No repnnibi il) for acilJenl or et of.liHk Parting with UHk forfeit the iniurance. ipe II) WILKtSi MICAWIIKR J STI LI . CRPK.NThR Sire of Black Prince J ijS. King.let 1 ki,, ind the dim ut I line k Jack, 1 11. I I iff i b- i'ritate tnil at J jean o( igc un half mile track to wairon a w he alniie tck wi'l male the eaun uf I HI at ni) farru IS tin e from Hu.loutil e near Larpert tcr'.ttallun, and will be permuted toertc b) the jlladV'tMDiDlj), II) III.OOD C I ), . Sire of hannie Knliiaoii, t Metrupohiau. b) R) d)k' II tmbWtounn. dar H).tcintn b Voluiilrr grandin Clara, dam Detlrr and Dictator, bt wr-- lt American Ma Metroputuan I at kiiowldgrl b) ill t be on of thr be. I, 'lid l) m in) tn ter) lir.t hrtl t faale I Hi full i.lei lion Rrna VictJn i .old at th M. I'rtran alriir J? i th hi(w .. pill- - rtrr paid for a blood narx al puMii Iwofilhr bv Mriropofitan, neither of whwrrprver hooked ingl told it public alr f sil of R)d)k Dam. ll MKIKOI'OI.IIA.N, JOr.ri!, . II KI Hiim'llel nila.l I,?,. Jl, j, ( usti m tv of the Shop. Visitor 1 should think that the proprietor would have more consideration for the feelROW I, WD, Kt , ing of bis editors than to come in and tear like that. around Hatcjutt opened a new ttock of Men - and Ka)t Managing Editor That wasn't the pro- Clothnv, Mat. Cap, lloott. Shoe. Drt (iood., prietor. That's the baseball reporter. Pi ttt Notion and raniilt (iroceriet Alto dealer in Coal Country produce taken in exchange for burg Chronicle. good at highet market pnee Come ote, c me .ii ....ii.... 111c tu, ...i itSm .01, rfiiu ic.iii ii...i aoiaiic; in iiauc On the Way to Colorado Springs. Dam Trial A!.LK. General Merchandise. To Cool Water Without Ice. Where teo cannot bo procured water may be cooled by w rapping tho pitcher containing it in a towel of loose texture which has len previously impregnated with ammonium nitrate (and dried) and moistening thir Pharmaceutical Era, which with water recommends this plan, says the samo towel mny be Used rex?atedly, lxicg dried thor onghly beforehand each timo. SOCIAL THE FLORENCE ISillii Algernon fhis first Western trip) Aw, I suppose you see a good many queer people 'round here, don't youl Native Waal, yes, stranger when the trains from the east come in. Life. WASHING MACHINE ll the Florence the rigut to W'athing and am no prepared lofurnuh all who may with to ae their clothe from the rubbing and tearing incident to th bid pnce of waihing. lake one and trt it ind be tontinced. Illnotworr) )oii about iu)i" unleo )ou are fully atiticd a to it merit. 1 he underigned lute purchtJ the Klirence Wathiiig machine and ifter a thorough trial, we take pleaure in adding our tetiunony to it worth, and without hctitalion pronounce it 1 ucce in ( eter) particular, doing all thit 1. claimed font Wm Daughert). J W. Willace, Dr. llxurne, Mr S V Salter. . C. Sine, Hill Perkin., t.ewi.) Dudderar, J. I.. I.) 1111, L. I Dawvon, C Vanoy, , Mra Amanda 1'eak, (Jeorje l'e)ton, .Men C. C Field, Albert Camden, Sun Kame, K. K. Ilirrow, A M. I'cland ai.d mini other I , Holtr-claw- hate bu;ht .Machine ETIQUETTE. Kl lri II fc . H i f i Candid. Boy Want n boy, slrf I mi't. Two Crfefnl Hobson What lorl Don't, In lefeinng ton person, say "he" Hoy Why, ter pay a week to Saturday "she"' or "him," hut ulwnys mention tho uight. or name. "Mrs. Smith thinks it will ruin," not Hoboon For doing what J "sho thinks it will rain.'- There nro men Boy Why, fur waiting all the week fcr it. who continually refer to their wives ns -- Life. "she," and win's who have commonly no A Climatic IniproTcinent. other name for thoir husbands than "ho." This is abomitiuble. Montreal Lady (to American financier) Do j ou not find our Canadian climate rather Don't habitually use tho word "folks" "his folks," "our folk," etc. Strictly tho cold, Mr. Boodlerf word should be "folk," thu plural form Ixjing American Financier Oh, not nt nil: It n corruption; but while usage sanctions agrees with me. 1 left Now York because it "folks" for "roll:," it Is In better tato not to was too wurm for mo there. Texas Sittings. use tho word at nil A Gorman Joko. Daughter Mamma, the chimney sweep on The llrldecrooin's Province. It is tho bridegroom's provinco to pay all the roof the house has just kissed his hand to foes connected with tho marriage ceiemony, me. Mother How shocking I Run at onco license, fees to clergyman, etc., according to to tho bedroom and wash youraolt Der the English fashion. He also provides the Scbolk. onrriago for tho departure of himself pud An Emphasized Truth. bride, but does not puj for tho hire of carriages fur bridul guuils. Thu homo coming , "A man should always be allowed to pick rnu is of a bride and bridegroom is made known cis own menus, cays a writer. when one's friends bare to society in general by thoir nearest rela- especially true feathered. Burlington been Free In tarred and tives, and calls follow this atiiiouuc-mieit- t 'l - The "Cold Sliotililer " and ' I'llsli " In I'olltn Sorietj. If u gentlemin nks to bo presented to n Indy fcho should signily her assent iu a pleasant wny and i her hostess, through whom tho request comes, the compliment of ut least, to by gratified ut tho introduction. So udvisosi Mis. Sherwood, who thinks that our Ameiican Indies ore sometimes a little lacking in cordiality, often receiving n new ucquulntuucc with that p.irtof their confirmation known as the "cold shoulder." A brusque discourtesy Is bad; n verj effusive courtesy and a too low lxw nro woio, ami nn overwhelming and patronizing manner is utrocious. Tho proper salutation lies just lctuo"ii tho two extremes, in seeking introductions for ourselves, while we need not by hy of nuking a first visit or asking for nn introduction, wo must still, uccordhig to the social authority already mentioiiod, beware of "push." There aro Instincts in tho humblest understanding that will tell in where to draw the hue. if n jierson is socially more prominent than ourselves, or more distinguished in any way, wo should not bo violently anxious to take tho first btcp; wo should wait till some happy chnncu brings us together. at s. M.i.Kl.klV. s Mvcr ttore. Stanford gemate QolUge. Understood His nuslness. i'rol I'uxtiin bating retinue 1, the 'truteof Grocer's Clerk Mrs. Do Rich's order this morning contains the word sugar, but does Stanford Female College de.ire In employ a Principal fur the Inttitutton Vddr.s.at St infird, not say how much. J M Hi: ID. ) Grocer What else does she order! D WKAKKN, - Com tee (ihO I "Nothing else except ten boxes of strawJ. W. ALCORN. berries." "Send up a barrel. Omaha World. A Poor Prospect. Buffalo Jim Hello, Tenderfoot, wjiat ! the dim of Albert France-- , and Wilton, t ni It ltSDVK S HAMHLr.TdN'lAV 10, Grand daiu LADY (.KISWOl.P Trial tn wagon lit KI IMS MORGAN ircd bt HtTdltk". Wilkin MIcawbertt dam t.adt llrow n. Jam ol Pickwick, bt Seclc)'. Americ in Stir, grind dam by N'iifjjer Lance, on of Liner, un nf American Kclip.e W'tlkm Micawber died tounu and lelt but lew colt; but from hi jrrett 'peed, rich bleeding and iriagnltiicnt form, heaate abuudint proniUe of a mot brilliant career, both 011 the track and 111 the ktud Major Tlioma Morton, ot New ork, wrote ut thit he retu.ed for Wilkin Muaw hcrjutta .hurt time brtore hi death an offer nt S'S.oon, and the Rrcat drit cr, C irl llurr, tat that lie ha ulitatu ronidered tu.it in the death of W'ilkim Mic iwbcr breeder ut lined the In of one ol the- tcrt grcatr.t ol il' the Kre.it .on ot old ILimliletouian lttdvk' llainhlctnnlan.ithnMrcd loth ire and duinof IIAH kAW'AV h iiTcit to j jn performer and 1m irc-- 105 Mint who hate ired in croon ired the d 11111 of Jo per a ,V performer and h tnriiu'r with record ot 1 yt and luttrr, proiing him the ureatot trotting bore progenitor that h 1. Al.l IK, the dam of llarkawat, tet.ippcareJ I one of In. three ercatett daughter Ihe unit Imme appro iclunn lttd k' llimhlctona .1 lrc producing dam i Aincrii 111 Stir, the ire of L.ult II r own. the dam of Wilkin Micawber W'e know the brecdingof IIUtKVW'AY will heir the clotv.t analt.i. and ttv hate ctcrt ronndrnce that he will p rod e uneed ind ttebiliete thoc itrnniiug him ttill realiir .1 much profit from Id produic a from the produce of ant lior.cln and hit hllic .hnuld inaku brood irr ttortbt the embrace ot the blue! blood llrrcd cr art im lied to call and c'Miuine for thcinelte the horse and hi product Attention it called to the-- fo, lotting: extract J 1 111 11 the-lan111 a.jn'.and :..uv vermontnamDieionian ,u wuiiuii , W'oob) ' III 111 1 bit fine stallion will make the e mm of IVW at m. farm, j mile, from Stanlnrd on the sianford and Dant'illr pike, AT $20 TO INSURE A COLT. deuti IUoT Chief ir Aratu. ird dam bt laiiniM Kobiu.oti 3 an Jim it-111'hmI lllaek Hawk tired tin- - darr thief Ji" of Von rmni 1 11S. and Almoni so anl Ir f'ratU-u-r 1 1111 i y-- "r....... ,on - . iiignia-iur- r , cranuam .,y ,a t out here Tenderfoot I am nn undertaker, and wish to find a good point for starting business. B. J. Move on. then this jxsint won't do. We huvtiu't a biaglo doctor iu tho camp. Georgia Cracker. yi air STANFORD, KY E. H. BURNSIDE, PROPRIETOR. I'hl old and tyll-kiiot- n ilotrl atill muutain-it- . Iu;'li reputation, and ita Proprietor 1. d.iernuu. ed that it sliall he s.eund to no connir) Hotel in th State in iu fare. Appmitmcnt. cr Attention to hi- - 'i c t- - Higiage cinte)d to "ind from dejut free of chirgs sP;"jI i' "iinjda tioimto C jiiimeri tal irateler llarkawat- neter made what couftl he in'lm lite until ton bought him called a Our people were nbtolutelt de id to the merit of the trotter Ilecntd tit u marc tthen three tear, old and got two colta, both owned here, and niti You can not could not buj either for $500. but a llarkawat tou);ttr in or around Olnt-nr to' fjoo, out ot common m.irca lie te. th hi)oowhole lite 11 mart- -, and got I01N crted id I'or tear he ran wild in p.itturi- - and cot no marc--, durini; the time I tt.Mtrtlng tn ee nhvtherl w ould go uiidc-- or al.i) on top nt the ) 111 111 r Ol.NKt, III , Mar. to, H- S- fcitd. Atliirc.-7 . tf II C. S i mis W. J II. LNlaLI'M W, D.ii.ulic, K CO W TN ermnnt llainblr Description and Pedigree toman I a black hor.c, foaled in fiSa, in haudi higli, two white feet behind aired bt William Wilch.ht l(vd)k'. imblr Ionian, i.tdam Katie dam Itlack Swan, (rime, b) (.ill. rrmont. d Yorkshire, jJ Jam bt Helm'. orktbire, b Imp Little Kmilj, bt W'agner, bt Sir C harle. b Sir Archt . ath dam Limit .Sliced, bt Imp I etiathan. cth dam tit Packolrt, nth dim bt (iieendrltcr, 7th dam lit M inland Phnniv, Mil dun bt Han nibal, vth dim fit ilkt, bt i'owel, Sue Emit, Ver Speed iu llruce'. Stud llonk Vol I page ' mont II inibletnniaii i a hue, big hore, with the 'hue. tle and giMid bone, and a .ure breeder, .iredbt William Welch, the .lie ol Prince Imptrl al "S Jeremiah J jiH, lln.ie I can tnt in ,o or better William Welch ti a tired bt lit. ' t dtk a Hamblctoniaii, pritale rrcoul 5 itt dam the dim uf llodcii'. Prince, a a;, utid bt Imported I'ruitee (im ot tnttiH and aire of in mile trotter, Tru.tre, d mt bt a .1111 ol Miimbrlno, In Imp Mencuger, Vermont being a grandmn of the great lt)dtk Hamblctoniaii, Ihe grandet .ire llimg, and tJill'a Vermont combined, backed bt thnr oughbred. will mike a tine totk horte Itt.dt.'. Itambletnnlan, bt Ahdaltah, .on ut Mambrino, d it n bt Imp llelltuuiider, id dam bt III. hop' Ilambfttuni.iii, (d dam bt Imp Me.tenger ' (Silt' Vermont, lit Downing'. Vermont, ue o the itamof I.uiginaja lb, i.t dam by Luiuinbua, (llarkle)t) nn of Lotiimhut, ire ot Contideie, ' 2 S, id dim b) llrrraiid, ite- of the dam uf Nel b liclr.i,I jIliuai,til dam Gill M itihlc, I .Ire otire the jf, of ermnnt the dam of i tl ,, l.adt Oan llonncr lint, i aj, lllaek M iria, a a so, and Login a 0'., al.o.ire of the dun. of . Nellie I (Sambclla W like t . I he King i , l.adt Itati J il', IV irl a 1 ajtf . Outhut i lie itrlcc a tH. Lad) Patchen J.l'ilj, and Ken tuckt Gentleman ij1,, and .ire nl the jiI dam of 'In 'I hompdin 1 ioV Ktidtk'N llambletnnl ill, bt Ahdillah lire ol dim bt Charle. Kent mare Sir Walter 1 7, lit I nib llelltouiider, ddam One lite bv lll.h p llainbletoniin. yl dun Slltertail.bt Imp Me ot .engc-Kdtk'! llainlilc'toiii.in i the ire or pi Nettie j 1 .imf j other with rtconU ot nt the d nil. of Trinket a If aiiJ ,J Itettcr, al.o other, with record ol i ,o or letter X'ermunt Duttuing'. bt Hill', lilac Hawk, D mil Vermont Allen i jl i re ol Milan I.' aire uf the d un nt l.nlgin i i an, mil tlo ing the m tf .ire of the dam ot Mambnita Urine, llclle Wil.on i jSW Hill lllaek Hank, bt Slierin ia Mnrg m, dam trotting mare Hill's ltl.uk II ink it the ,i 71 , ure of llclle ot Saratoga i , I meet S'uung' America Ktli.in Allen J JjVj, and a aj, and l the Hire uf the d un. ut l!i mt In j j t.' . ? and joVj, reiiBe.ee (.en Tweed. lll.uk the alo Ii founder ol the great lie line Hawk 11111') oo ol pi or that ih in ihe m lie ,ind feni 1 1 i the llii.lanii Ir AT ! j , ilra.ii.-1 m and a I randam of I Kin,-o-l arr full brothers-III- ) an 1 lr)n andand l j old are ba) Doth 15V, Kmo tilir an 1 ()li.h W tiaildt hih and ettteme u ,,f 4J at mt laS at More an station K) womirnirt of llw.tnntub J, Danti l,rnpik $12.50 I TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Lien r tiine-- j "ii aualbrr i l.r- - Jil wii Ho wi' laken ore 1 'l c It If ant man I te brr Im w i'l d or trailed, la rtnthrj M $ t per inolnli La n,-- s ii m lit W pi .1 mi s WK.li M,M,rri.iJ ac lent d mi) o ar r e pe. K.v ' THAT FIGHT H. .ellin. Prop'r A. q.Slinrnoni Ut-e- r Itegulator, K.t'd by Zeilln 11VW. .. .. M. A. S. 1. M k.'. cured I.vnioi.TtuK, IltLloiiMiti. UrtraraiA.SiCK Hiadachi.Lo.V ArrtTiTi. Rovr Stomach, Ktc m. rautor.M. K. .' trL Church. Adam. T.nn.. ivtil.ti.t llhlnk I (hould have been dead but lor your Genuine .M. A. Slmmont Liter Medicine. IvJlft&tR sometime, had to tubititut ituit-lo- r I your ile.ll 'Tj cine, nui 11 jort't antwrer the purpoae." Dr. I. It. R,,.,i tf.ti. . Tl. ...... c7.iaf. f.n.ni.i. C K. Slmmont. St. I.oult, Prop'r M A. Simmon Ller Medicine, J jSo, In the V. 8. Court DiriAT J Tho Original Wins. lit' i. - jii, to Ili. I r.. lt Medicine, and hate uied half of it. It work, like a charm. I want no better Liver Itegulator and ctr- tamly 110 mote ol Zellin'a mutuic r tit - CHICKEN - 1 Ir U 1- - : r S 1 ttl: O 77' 'J ST 7 A m 5 Mb bt Old t iilniiibti., ure ot nntidince 1 as, dam Mcenger mare OldColuinbin afVtj contcrted p.uer, brought aS, Cnlumbu frniii ( anada, tire ol I unluleiiie Nitigitora (, Ho.iiniond a )ol,, and mini; l o liiinliu 1 tc1, , .mil ulo .ire of tbcilam ot llin . a in, P11 Morrill J7, 1.oul.e N. J aoV., Nainl-leYoung Columuiit I the ire ufll nt),aj7i. Ii mil- - that j yt or littler pertnrmer., and he Old lolum Ircd J jo or better performer. hue l.u the tnimiler uf the ( oliiiubu. f.ittiilt, tthieh blood wa to Ihe I. Ktwhat the Pilot, Jr, Hood w i tu Kentiickt C 1 1 1 1 -- bett.r repretentatitc. I oltiinbint (llirklet Cholera Cure! s KENiW VlLKES. Till, toutig .t 1II1011 will nuke tlic.citnu at the ..line pf ice and will be limited to Inept) mart. AT BKf ALL THE LATEST SPRINC " Cfi 2 i; C $15 TO INSURE, w JpL- - W i ,, , Si b i HATS STYLE j t. 11. B. GEOGHEGAN'S, Sl'CffSSOR lO duo course. Press. 1YTMI0HAEL, THE HATTER, r 1 i Pointed but Nut Pollttt. That abrupt, explosive, discourteous monosyllable, "Thanks," got a Roland for its Oliver on ono occasion at least. A lady dropixxl her card cuso iu the street aud u brisk little newsboy picked it up for her. "Thanks," said sho. "Welki," said ho, aud bolted. I'.Tldriitly a fmtr. Wife Which ball club beat today, John! Husband idojectedlj ) The other one-L- ife. True. Tl.e lighter t!w 511 4TH AVENUE, i Pi LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. A discount of toper ceut. niti l gitea on all ordort ent lor Hat with a copy nf the aVote irijKj. gis the heavier the bills.-Dui'-v- iUu mentintiltig pp-r- . r imiwilli 'And will go in training the itt nl June find on lot c.tigaling tlie pedigree tint he 1. one, of the hot bred toting hure south ol the Ititer lie hat the blood ot George W'llkc, American of dollars worth of Clat and Mcenger tn b ick lilm Inr a .peed proiluccr chickens die every year from Choi-era- . -- Kentit Wllfce'n tv u ulred bv I. tie Pedigree W like. 46.11, .Ire ot Mattie W'ilkc- -t 3 to; I.t il nil It is more fatal to chickens than Zelka b) ail lllan.ith.i, lull lter tn Maud AMI. all other diseases comDined. Hut the b) Mambrino Mea.enger li.tin. a6, ad dam Ten.i of Mcenger Chief, who .Ired discovery ol a icineuy in.it v.ZVr-..ire uf thed Maud Mceiigei 2 6'4; tdambt Downing'. II ly iNJeenger, ath dim bt 1 oung Jeffer.oti, pacer; aires it has been made! and tn be coii , . un ,,by Hunt'. J th d 1. iiiiL. .a... Commodore ... vinced of its efficacy onl) Tenures a r...,.r... .o ..vw.v ,l .1 ... KT... ,9, j,lcOil l.r. nju J.... ,i in f I IV ......,,vi., .,..- - trial ,v .1 . I .... I.. A ...nvti ,. M,..t, bottle is encugh for Uillll I. COOII. I' kornlut bv M ainlirrnn C'hlel, jd dam Mr.. Caudle, one hundred chickens It is guar idamuf Krictun nl Hiawatha bv Hiawatli i, .on If, after using two t ,irds of of imp Album, d tm Duttier'n Maid b) Miimbrino dntced Nles.rnger Downing' II iy Mcenger by Ha., bottle, the buyer is not thoioughly pinen, dam bv Imp Alcjeni;er Donning'. Il.i) Me.tengerl. the ureof l.adt Martin 1 aj, Jim wisfied with it as a cure for Chicken PortcriaSW. Mambrino Me.icngir, .ire of Gen. George 11. I huina., who tired Scott Tliuma. 1 Ji, Cholera, return it to the undei signed aud Lad) K.J I'Ai mil tour mom-- v will be refunded. I IIOS.C. KOHINSON, Stitiford, Kt, For Sale by McRoberU .. Staj I - Thousands ' 1111 .(lt,l .,, s j H