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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1889 sem1889042601 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 1889 $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. r ml WW 'T W- - Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVII. ( Vi) Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. APRIL 26, 4889. ' - NO. 22 JLihlK l(i I'l 0 1 II X KS. . uitl' l,!,'""u,t ,,f ""i'l1" n- mil'i'l - MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. RICHMOND. f. liUliMiWlVIS, KrNMLkN( Gotl I I.OVUUIICl i:isc. Til h ISolillllg t.nU U. I I l'ltA-ldl- ' pcNi'llce .1. I. Kitl has been allowed a pen- - The Capital of the Old Dominion and of nr jM.ultiy yur.h-tihin.nl prairie M'Ihe Late Southern Confederacy IIi.l aMlr iluiirlsh In th.ir utilimitid 1'iof. Mmn't ilii.il ix Mniiriliiug Forging Ahead, We shut them ii rnii'.'t'. in a toon, mill nttuntl.itit't' on tin- incicusc. Itn iimomi, Yv., Apul iJ. 'Mi. To sav proof ciii'luxur nt niuht. We lime hut I'tiliiski h hhvtill mm, ill tin' (.lades that keeping pan with u" .1.1...,,, tin lav nn ii.toiiMiliiu i i r uiii. f. l,t - P0YAl AKirla POWDER Absolutely Pure I'lii. iKiler nc r i i iMrl-purity, m n Mon. r rnuttil'iil strength Mu 'i l thun tlie nrdi'i sol.l til LhhU u ii nih trir nlmrt t LnmprtlltOli v t i :' . ill tuJ uiri imlv in ciiht. alum r . tir t h.m n .a r. i w rowoiKin fttk h i t W ill .i cot. Nch f t , i I SUKOKON DhNTISI. .STANfOMfl. OITke cmlh u!e Mim, ir .. ,, , ,, P pepot St. .., ,m"." it I HARRY A. EVANS, ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, si .Couchi-lo- ii o( Irttri from Suilh. HAU ll 1 f h- - h,',,or,,, l'U'"N- VIIM? r .t. . i i l t :. ....:.n. Ik.iu.i ..i ,. nmi .Mi.v- Ih.ll.i! ,..,., ..I..,,. 1. .. ,. ..,.!,. Mi. I A.Cmiii'l H...1. ...-v ii vi iiiiiui'li'llirik Jii""i llvaux. of Conway, wcie iminieil Weil - m..x oj all kuulx jxops liaiul in lian.l ni'Mliiy. with the iiieieail pojuilntioii anil hu-i- -- -. wnen loml of oinii; folks will V(, mW men tell inc that it will be only a fiom lii'ie to lioun.Ntoiie on few yeaix till Iticliiuomrx uianuiaitoriex a llxliinii exi'iiiNoii. rival een tlio.n of the cities in the L. A. Troutlllllll. forellillll. I'llie Hill. New CiiL'Iniiit Mntex. "I'lo-Mis.xix the . ... n.and .Mifx ,ucy .Mellaij.'e weie inariietl at motto ami when the Old Dominion peo I'llie Hill vexterdav. pie M't their niiuilx to hiutci--s in iiiiy Mephen Carviii and T. I. ."lullins thills, succeed they will. The lou for ate doini: the umilhiL' a t thi.x week. A the iaplt.il of iiij native State muses a boy foi the tirxt aiiilti ylrl loi the latter. ftilin of yuitiiirutiun tr o ovim t Hie writer and xuine frieudx had a wiH'n I Mf how piotiilly hi' i itavnni'- lliie tune .Monday iiiaiit in a nmiilai old- - iny to tlie front, bearing ax her motto fufhit .1 tlsli viyu'iny. Fifteen pounds' the above word o tull of nieaiiiiif.'. 3Iny of (Mi weie taken ,dlt. Htretvh forth till eer Inch of Micre.1 Tlie Wililif (jinn ry ix temporarily soil in the country xheis located is cov- iiiieon aicoiini 01 a .ii.s.i'.reenient in tlielt'ivd vvitba iltv vc :oil. can not find fcttlenieiit of a judu'ineiit lately isxiied fault vvitli. HiMHiM tliu proprietor.. Piobablv the moxt liitom houxf in Clementine WuIkiii. of In.h- - j Kichmond - the old I.ibby Prison, tk'i ana. came out laxt week to visit her suck mention of which rat iiesx,itlnex to many si.xtei, Mrx. A lifeline Collier. Mix. C. a lieatt who touht for his country. No 1 wax dead on herairival. r exnnile, what ix known by the one visitin: here would ever think of' but leiiiarkablv lice fiom them. IVbah Heiiii, aunsl 1li? died at Lev1 Icavim; before sceinir the oltl buildiiiL' of the "Slouch," that atieixh title ....... VC ...ii iiii- - .v. iyni O..I.!.... II I '" it".' . .... iiiiii liiUIIIT I ii :.. ...1 ctu,.. '.... .!,.. Li iv. .!...., ...i.s-- i. IH.S11 1.:.. S I..IIH.I xt'i.tx a lucuf p.ut of our ili(til in twain, ,....) Iln.l it II1MUI II ; " I...II """V ' ""IIII v.." Wl lei1 w tui-'of ,lu' ' .'" all "t,iou ( ir.iii.l,-.In a few da it will be no more. A nyii hiihiii i.lex,ed bi.;hu,".St Kivof Vonden.cd milk 3I"- - ' ,1"1' ,,n,"' J'wl l.i- -t d.cate of Northern men have purchased " '"" and ii'.'oroiixy ciitn-- i t any lap!e th'e Inventor, patentee and vendor! We -it for JJo.OOOand are now teariu'.Mtdowi, nit (he old birbiirixiu. it .ind by ullc don't 0' Pl font cow. The I'r.e" Wl',,k, rK-- r i r, will hear the inline, like it and adopt liou.. lmni andx,oke picparatory to n.ovin- - it to Chico, Jo,"1l hnitiil I xiullcicut tor delii'loux collce; Iioiw that weie burned laxt TliurM vvlieie it will he put on inhibition. An it we iioit. for welt I know how an old .....1 .hi. ..1. f... ...1.1 ..i.ii.i...i" ..ii..r.n'iii.. . .'I.': iiii nan 110 insurance on tlieiu. MmIi- -' iinineiise amount ot nioiiev will lie naiiii cliiiK. ' liken liuiMt to a rock." ravy" of the .uid anythiii". that o.iv bet. Tb'-l- l itutl fneiids ate contiihittini laii;elv ' oeiided noon it. hut no doubt the Noith- I Klllllllcr depiexxioi! fill III, milk vvitliout oil lilt ' Miliar ix iwd for. .Marie .... .....I.. rebuilding:. iiixt back of I'.ilin Kaiich. Ilia I ix yiian- - xervex up em haiHrti will make money out of the xiuiiniiiL' "conibiu.itinii1 .. A mom; the N'o lover of thermions would .sick we note It. A., enteipii-e- . ...x,-,- 1.1.. ., 1.. . ..niiKi. one plain; wine, we ,.(.tt., Mlr,,iuwlw, scanned Itrownixsoinehettei; W,,,. .til Choti. Itiyou." Tin! Iliiuliihtimi Heiiderxon fall to visit it anil tlie movim: of it fiom '. VHHH, thev have been once on Is iniproviuv: Mr?. Dr. hrown ami Mrs. heir will add anothei chapter to its in- pmiUli ttiiiiliiiMM!. a. Hi., former ix 1,1,. The ai t r'.iix.t.x In never ret omil Choti." mean-"littlin them icain. vet ImviiiK MUiielliuiK Win. Mevvnit ate no better: the .Mitsfi The coloretl populace aie scared out of their wits about thv foniini: of an earth ti.. laumiime of India. WlWr ,,,,, oljj.nil w,,!t.. ' m. ih laiiifiord are iniiirovniL' N.ilhut Will imi Vorlk iiHv.. due iiriim- - .puike some leaiueu mini hum piopiiesicu ifii iy i.c.inxKv, an ax,,.rt.s itelf. A native 'Mtliaupicpaivfiii tlicir lioiixi. by woiidroitc hoix,.kceper l.s !rot:e. Iiii- - iiier, wiiMiinoii frieiuN lieie Tuexday. land are piepaiiii: tor tlie end. Thou-- 1 mnhitiou of imilrilNl, ax vvrliuvc peiial ix hhc, when, bi.Mim in hand, she Col. Fixli wax in from I'ineville Tuesday. siunU aie joining the .liui.lt eaeh week " .1. I!. Ca&!, of Hrodhead, vixited hix and at a single meeting a few niyhts a:o 11 able to jmtliei it. MWI,y., it i(x a .iipcnlv sceptic. 7(1) profiled. It is 110 uiiu-.ii.i- l thiui: to mother in lmihville Monday. When I think of llicmiiliteitjoHiiiild-'iNN- , My voiiiuextU bom hoiixe-- "' The deiuiH'niey of l!ockcii-tllinion.' on the street eoi-ai- e canity xce them lour ImiiM'i. I miiiv.-- l that I ever kwmer. vvi'tli in.lellnile 111 parity forxtow-ticiiato meet in max conveii- - nei.x, driving rairiacf. or while eiiitaed n'iue-tiofrfiiiiiiii: here, knowius that inucver.vthint:out of Muht. We Intuithey may be. 'I hey tion at tlie coin hi Mt. Veinoii, ' in anv tu- hoiiii biilldiiu: had to W done. Ill blv wait upon liet foi what we want I on Mitunlnv. tlie l'7th day of April, 'Ml, jet eMce.linj:ly liappy and full on the Li. t I didn't think. 1101 plan. 1101 donny think shr -- crretly ;. ctili in ourabjei but follow what I tok to Ih' iiiv pen.lenei . nnd when we mccklv ak for at '' i. vi , to M'lect delegates to attend bhouldeix of the neaiexi peiou by, be J'lllui of cloud by tlav mid of lire by our" hat.-- , our costs, out dicsslug gown- -. the tate convention, to be hel.l in Uii- - he what color he may. Tiieie is liard- 11 wlit Thun lar It luix ix me alino-- t oiirauvtliiu;an.l eveivtliiii1:, not during isville, on tlie Mb day of Mav, ISVI, to Iy a nemo in the city wlm is not a foi Mate Trciixut. 1V1--01 of religion ami thev all believe tin nigh thix j.at Iiii.-- -. wilderuexx ..( to invade lici ieKiitoriex. nor lilt the I tliinly theii day of jud'.Miient is near at I. N. Williamx, Cliaiiuiaii C. C. o'lxc biiil.tiiu in peine ami safctv. myxtcmuxcuitaiiis where each garment ei. Tiftv vcaix (o Henry Northern and hand. I'rotiiuled meetings aie bein N in 11 I get a little Mitred, I jn.-- t leiiiicil ix -- m.pende.1 fiom itx own parliciilm .dlie Knuckle- -, of this oiinty, weix en- - held at eveiy chinch in the rily and a little linrdei 011 the l.ouo. far our nail; then, our hclplciicsx ix dcai as the reilit ix..i.o." bccaiiM' we have nevei hieath of licr iioxtiil to the baby. Hie jpun'.l to be man ii'd. I 'or catixe n'cniin:ly jiirat kimmI ix bcimr accoiii- the matili was biokeu oil. Moth inairie.l plixhed. fked it. When vve.lo. of cotirxe it will dehulitx to gctthiii'.'- - foi u, but woe to .it'.a.l "It vim uot him I waul him, the lucklex wight who uoex rumiiiiigiiig ainl raised fainiliex U.xin tlteir pint- - While the city ix mowing mi iapidl 111 neix, they concluded to patch up oldilif- - ineieie of inliabitautt. Hollywood ceme lilt If Villi no Vi it him. I Mlllll him" "mi lii.nult linril" in Inn ' 't liM Weduex- - tery isali-- being n.pi.IIy lilled up. Krivin- " w.i. theincon.ixieiil way the ol.l Ficcl,. IMe domain. Hie iIm. tohci full higlit tl.iv the leieinonv wax perfoitneil, lie through to the x.td spot wheie our deal ; feet .tint tOWCIX like II iun put ll to the cashier of the bank doxe on while she ir. 71. little niece. Illla l.ee, licx btiiied, I cou'.l where hix money wax depoxlted ami ginutex in ber hoii.xekeci.ilal wrath, ix but notice the new giaves and head win. h he had heard wax hIkmii to cob I hire mill ag.1111 we think we know Mme- Hi urn lugh liilvin died Htom., t(mt iav,. been added since just a lapxe. Tliix is .1 funny vvoild, jxu't it " tiling of the wlicieabotitx of our pcrxon- night, after a loiii; illni-- x. age. I year ago when I vixited it. How well I I iinnv over the left. I mean. How I al bclongim:, fmm waUliiug wlieie she lie luix been livitn.' lieie two year- -. His.r,..n..iiil...i- - tlmi .biv-.- . with little I'.ll.i lixplec itx hollow heaited, cruel iuaims lK"tows tliciu. 01 vv here xhe oes to act leinains were taken to iMuvillc by I'll-.l- l.ee point iic out the handsome monii-incuand wah of icy relllxiiies! I havejuxt 'them: but when conceit of knowledge is taker W. O. Kignev, tliei'ce to Kingx and beautiful Howcr that adoin-c- d ii"W 110 wordx xiiiiahle to a full cxpici.x. about to bloom, the iiilaut litis a spell of villetobe buried, v.. A. .Swineliioad some ol the graves, how well I i tlieconlempt ii its licarherv aioux. lioiisc cleamiii: ami i. . the places Mild a mule colt foi tint. C. It. Han is hei suggesting the dillereiit that omv knew them know llieni no sold one to WoimIx 01 ?s(i. C. ieC Hnk .. - spots. ax places for sections in that rity l I al a. lh- Mih iWtttful m . .. inoie. i.veiviniui: i cliangeil: eveiy-tliin- i: ....i. ...i . i i -- ..... i ... .1 .. i Aii4 W.l) .huh i.iy uiai ins lain- - tlie dead, ami how veivsad now to lt- lh nrii'iHg aiiMl. uiitler curtain: ami onlv thai or er. in Ohio, wax, lead. Mi. Duncan, of call the-- e ihonghts and think of Iiii al, nil itx fair piomlxcx,, iu. oltl liyinii doily head of Iter holds the mvhiI of Way ur rou ntv. is isitini: at .M. 1'. Ilei- - gone fiom It was a plcasine 'ailn- theliliabit.it. W fall back hit l'he vvimther ixximp deliciuiix. Hot Ighml romliti.m of hclplc.xs imioraiice, ilngV. Wexlcv Owslev luix euiploye.l althotmh to me veiy sail, to visit her httl. grave, iiiarked by a neat hcadstom u iliexiiii, but In sliade, with hieiMe. and the Meen til I'nhii b'aurli ix mii- - Ycakey to build Ids house on the tobai co bin n lot. which will mmiii be one more belling these appitipriate wouls: "I'.ud "in some .iiaiiei hi otluu. evei blow- - nullified by hei slavcx once moiv. ll i addition to Ciiei iv stieet ,I.C. Kuhiiuk-- del on eaith to bloom in Heaven." ami 'U fleshly, nut biic iiKite pet leel in the "u.mhI ax a play." has hold his new- cropot wheat to Koch-- i pluck fiom it a pansy, her favorite of all. I oveidid my stnngth w.i ot eliiuate mn im imagined ycntcrda. at extei at 7"i cents pci biihhel. William Howei. Iveivtliing I sec is a leiium I veiything I have planted grows with "The Slstcis," and this "oil .lav" gives I'liderwood has sold hixoi 7u rents per' er of lier who ix nw witli the anm Is I I mini. haven glove of :'.0 oiniigc.s. an Isrituioii lettei .uid not otherwise buxliel and the rise. ami the luoie I think of hei life, of tin grape fiuil, .Vl hnve written. uiiioiix, L'UguMVHx, thousands of things .she has done for my Kvci in .lesiix. ii.o.(I. IIviinkx. .iii.iiui. :! Avocii.ln jieiup, '.' miiumH'x, I "nice the New YoikTime. published happiness, tlie nunc thoioimhlv I am I.imaicti ajiple ami 'J.'ti piueiipnlee;. I a biisini'sh ciieiiliii sent by Wanainakei A soldier who had been taken had a convinced tliat: lid notliiim but flis: liolex m tlie gniss, .V llnivvu, of I'liila.lelpliin, to a "It in Ult T tu hnve IiimiI and ln.l .leir-ey-. wife aiidrhlldien living in New mid put them in. Time to' cultivato inciting him to heroine an I lun to har lined at ull ' A mii-tf- r learning that their was po.stmaxter, have not yet had. Hut the varied axagent for the sale ot their clothing,1 I icccived Friday's l.n.ition have just , , . lli, ..III t.i..t. 1, ik I ,.,,,, ,,,, iu lie. i liKiiviiu i'.,i iiiiiiur ot I'll-ni- .l........................ I. tint. i.l iiilli lli.. .. ;.... ... .1 I ueie 11:1 lieell mole 01 e.sx tieiliirliiitinii .mi iin.vi. ami, inn p.tnie.i itiiiieiiui....i.n.t. , ., I . I'm inn. in. tin... ..I I.in.',, irrs, .llltl Wishing to lelteve the ailXielv- Illlllllll. ., .. utmost iiiii'. Till. Illlllll II .1 s 111 lllll till. I iiient of .Mix. Di. Ariiieiidt's death. I of the wife, called ami told her that hei . tin etU'ctM are iiiarvelloux. oilier panics near to ii.e I'ostniaster, klll.u. j, .t.lmi(. ihichanan well and In tact this ix a tii.u velloiix island. I luixbaml would piob.iblv be eM'liau.'cd tiener.il. Hibsi.,,uent iiivesVgation has Mj I ever foi ct the mu. H,u.lf , tl.e it better every day. Mailing hum in a shott time. "Wrll,"saiil the poor, show n that copies ol the ciicular wuie klll(llu. Mll. sIOwe.l ...ie when I li.st .iiitocx. it it. nearer an er.rthly I'amdixii btoken bcai ted wotiiait, "I love John seni to othei posimastets though to how fl thl. f ttellt , VuxU than anv spot I have yet come actios in and the childicii love him, ami if lie many can not yeM.eshite.l.-Tiin- cx. hixpapei. Not only did she assist me isn't so hau.Uouie as some men, don't ail 111) travels. uMtnm lifrelf. but helped Tl.e following "pThTted peixonal appeals b" Wehaveauicclio.it now. It wax a want to i'.'li.uige him; ami I won't ' "- - W'.-" "t wlndi "'l' have a lebel for a husbauil, so now !" in tl.e Kichn.ond b'egistet lie. esxitv, iiutl at the riu'lit time, one, at "The-'ootl ncoiile of (iaiiai.l cotintv looay greet, on memory s pages. 11 Darg.uti, vvitliout out oiteir.t . Cnnvfoidsville, . laud, :.- -,.. "lerhvNV7."tl,edaixie,tW'hot .. alH U..II1I... .... , ' . ... loud producei I know, li is .Imnlvl . . I autoiixiy. . Hi' in i tti-l- i olviin.-is- l on ' ,"I ii Iw.. our Mm it--. hex . ni cooks tl.c luii(. Unit w built .u-tlie I in of mi'l" . , . lwtii'iitiM. iv poi , Our waiw is .. Marlfh ami i.i'oiu'iii .x mini.. iim ihi.i'iv nn nun iron, i uospooiis. uenuy hi.' friend mi. li'M. ok to IiiiIM tlicir "cot- - kept, arc utironilni'ly like silver, save !.... Ij !..., IIIU lllll l. ... I.i lli- - ....i " tlllll IT. I. ..II .1... I. Ill" ..- - r. .Mr ' for a tendency to double up under pre, ... c nn it. ll will coxi niit will lie milt." , ,, 11a ,, Iff . ii me a iiiiiiii!.' .. fin t paianai ill comparison vvuti tin- - (pucnili ofpliiiit'il Iknii-ix- , iur.iii.imiv fntili.l noinuu r. lei-nImt lmi t don-- , 'f ll i built on I'.r its in iniific tuif yd. V keep ' vrly xltc, hImiiiI .'(Kl jiinN from tinii llIVfl.llll. Ill till IH1II. til ll.lllu.l. .11. ....... (iiilt nmi in mil view of , tfrH.i.l ,ft,;(. 1IUl':Mi:lltln,. nf u. ..n-iliu'- . Tl...' I . ,. Mxilile'.. , , ., . . , "l,,v " " imh-.iru- - nun i tiiiiti ii ii "ii iiii" ii niuuim IIIMV li MUM foniecx without leave or llcune. We away. Their houe. which ix to yft h mthei coiittnue to put the black Miakcx. tin iiHine of "The Sixterx." in about two We were out this iiuiriuu.. IfMikiny at HI. flOttl I'llllll lUlll'll NX theciuw llix. oiicnMiilluulnirii lljind It had iiiptuieil; in 'line in the hrHse ov.m "tVuvoii unit, aftei the 0Knitiou. allowed it toile-I'.u- t (tiiiii'lc,"iini tlie ln'iirli riNul. In bum. iinliHriiuxl. I m ut concct a titte-iiiei- it I. iiiiitatloti of our woithy prtxhcer-Mit.- . in n funnel epUtle about the centi-mh- Ii ti xuiid life, Uobitixon Crusoe and The I have seen both, mi. I xWrjiiiiiix. xv x F.iiuily ItohuiMiii, we have mirier Mnce that letter wax written, hut they t'lU.'ii to iiveprelly iiamt.. tA object x of wen'Miuill and comHinitively inuocii-on- : nt Text on Sauibel; and me hopeful that and I -- till aver that our beautiful ! "H neighbor will accept them, in time. laud ix not infeMcd with hurtful reptile.x: lilt, tlSU .ai--l ov-.- Kla. Inr ,,e .M. our rooking Move llMH in !M IIIH Iriht Z 'T' "I T""?,',n '".S" n,M ''"v. " V '" He. no U justice to th.x ,"' fumed bccnu-- c ,,e N ,",kH',, rtR, K " ... t. """' . ..... 'Engineering: and Surveying in all branches. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY. CAPT. FI.ANK BJJILEY, PROPRIETOR " oiii-Niuil- Thoroughly Rcnomed .tuc Refurmshsil. Kirc cla lfare anil KeatonaMe I'rice. Day and iiij:' t Trautiare met by I'nlite Porter. 01 ihi Popular - lfoue. aor-t- f. p,,,,,,,, LOUIS SCHLEGBL. i -' iiu'ih i.kin. PHOTOGRAPIIKK, liicrrMCJN'jj ariiutOraphinill uuie , t)lc and Picture, I .ecurcd the trviie il .1 (Oinpettnl Car. India Ink, Crayon and Water Color. S naffr Maker and jiii prepared to do any und all icn in l'rime a id M it it very low once. Uind.of tcuiruic tu Huasi, I arrmgen, .Vc Hork eiHriuliU to me will n.ur tny pergonal xti All work sii ir tnteed I'nces rea.on perwMon 1TOTIGE! W.M. he u. KY a u PAUr.IIKRn. NEWCOMB well-kno- .. HOTEL. Established , Iiii.-.- 1825. , MT. VERNON, KY. Hotel i. Mill maintain Tin old and itig it Tine reputation. Chargci reatonable. Special intention lo the traveling public vt. NKWCOMH, Prop, .Aft Vernrn, Ky. l 1 Sj-t- FOE XNSUHA1TCE On I)m ihindi... H..Uilin'd t urniture, t ipplj to the old iur, Ur i - . I Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co. I.iehtnlnu' cbueii mtiched Hhillicr lirt in. tie. or not. 7 our-sche- x. - " "'" 1 1 and damage, pauf .rO HKIXK. Avrent. i "1-ir- '" -- ex-bo- rn RESIDENCE FOR SALE OR RENT. Iloun nn Ilipot Street, formtrlj Otttitd b) r or At Shelby City, For Sale. Scloiitrau xtmfordfurthir information cnll on Mr I' tlii.n. & VV W STORE 1 ui. i.i... e" ,,, Uiiorin ai.ent..... nnj liti.inei.4 II imiij purchjvi'd un intiTi-- t in a iimuif.ii.tit- in I.im.ii.iIU , K .wliuli will rrtiiuri. 1 ..,.t f..r 1 iS Mlsil Vl.l.IK ttAKKIs, t.oui.iilltr .i.u.r ,., i i. ,,. 1 oni-itiii- e . Nice Residence and Good Stock WALLACE E. VARNON, of Goods. Attorney at Law, , nr ,u,ii tlc su,c. ca-- bujiri.iu kcet Stanford, Kentucky .tot I. "J !ni ,';r ,.;....; .....I Will priitice in all the rrurt of tin and.idjMii sltelh t it April, H KKIKI I m cituiti and in the court, of apul Staj's drtt store eoirr MiKobcrt h ----- I . D1T11 . ' Xm, J :E3I. IlBIILTOIfcT ItOvM.XMl, G. A. BENEDICT & CO., k in- c "it Well Drillers Weil drilled factory price. & Pump Adjusters, and pump. Itirui.hid J" at iiiniir lUot., Shoi., -Dry s Goods, Notions, Hat3, Caps t STANFORD, KV In (Ixlun.. Ilitdnari., iniurc, I iiriiiture tile-tl.-nv- .mil a i Ceneral Lino of Croccries, All kuut t 1111 ) IV. , Lii ll duti i, 1 C annul Cuodl, &i in ei.h.in.-e iM.11 fur .noil. STOLEN" ! thi ft.rehe.td and snip on no, He carnci. t.ir hi. tail, which it Mry heavy, a little one tided He a.hitthcdto a .idc-ha- r btijsv, comparatttelv ncu, unit blue rloth lintn; lic.tde. the State reward nf Jjo, I will sue Jjj for the recover ol tluhor.o.'Lttgjj mid ihtef J V! C. ttF.lD. Stanford, Ky tj; 111 p n. a n " JL v Si g-3'- 1 - On Sund i) ni;ht, DixiMnui.r uth, in tht'irw, ..'Manford. Kv .a III.ACK HORSE, about lund hi;h, 5 jfar.oid, both hind fvet hitr, stual i' -9 cf f''"'" ", iiriJ o POSTED. O o c o Il.isnotiii othirs not uii'itioii, .14 ' r:.-!- Tiu-Mla- " v.-.u- ., ei ts X - i poo a S p "1 i Co"3 -p in ?3 5' Q extint I J J M. fnrew.irii hunlrr., h.ht.rmiii and nn our land, without per. all mn h will bi preitit.xt to the lull-f- it Mtjtied of tin l.. 1 1 trtiis McROHKIUSJR. M.S. IIAUOHMAX, I.K IIKt'CK ROItr VIcM.ISll.R. "S H. IIALT.HMAX, S li slIAVKS. MRS HK.NKV llArnilMAN. A .M FKUND K.I I'H.N'CI. IIOI.MIS, JOII.X I II WHIN. I' T. I'ARItlsll. V IIIU., OHO O IIOl'J'CR, I) V. HOI MrS - i m e- a- o o s! "2 O TS --1 p- - "v" ft. o SO"! Special attenlion Ki.en to S. O. DAVIS, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, MT VKKNOX, IvV. OlFur tievi dnor to Whitehead's Druj Sire. ilixisc of chlldre 1 - 1 r, o en trt jSii 'W'Miig'ylg'gfrt ttjeIyershouse w .. 3 P. E. H. BURNSIDE, No Until in Is. and it- - pr 111 l ! o. Proprietor 11 , h.i a lettir rjiii it ir i. dctirtnitiv. that .h lit l.r itiaiiitauied prii-- t nt- - ' -' s.-i- ,.,..,, .... .... . . ... . .... I r m 1 tn Ui O i. n 1 a s- P-- He li i r.iiiitlv nlded tn it. apoiiiltt - Pool aittl Itilliard Parlors A First-Clas- a " .,,, ,.., 1111(1 IIIII WM. A M n Ll s A V IHO 0 CAM lYl t CC IDUiX. vow v Livory Stable other. In ac'Liiinnioilate the demand, of In mirci.cd tmn.ieiit p urtiracc. Hist Itiruoiit. furni.hed Ciininicrii.il Iroeler. anil 1 ' '": I i.ui. LEXINGTON, - - KY. R. B. GEOGEGHAN. UCCKSUK 'IO ll, , the icliur the worst boys have gone witli tlicir ue in oo.us; inn wi.eii uie man came in ,imMt.r. The geulleiiiiiii of color .I knew it was well woitlithe td around for u remedv bv which lie families to make their ititure homes in Kansas. Kveivbodv who knew them ami botiu'ht u, wiim.ui trial, in.. 1.0, ttitlt his cat to its new hoiiie and wishes thev moiicv, maybe highly prosperous, minutes, .she tun turned out inure than fl,,,, ,,js rmi.P,v xvtls j,jwn him. and that they may never return to their all we autiicipatetl; sails like a duck and i..,mmi. nn leti"th of a i.u s inn wiiit ai native heath." ,,..,, , ', , m.o iu.iii;.;c.s ncr coiuinoii biooiit straw, smut the straw I l.lrll -.- 1 .Olltf of njiill lircuyasii Illi beautifully and the girls aie taking ies. with soot Horn the family chhunev, and llr.irt. thai hi re hi aw sir. sl.nl, VViiiui li, Ii.iL up and ho hoxu, sons in sailing, whenever they have lei - ,,1UI. t,H-t- he ehaiiner-isii- der the I here'. In lp anil tin n' luallli 10 he hail. Hiuotogo aboaitl. The drain for boat dootsleps. This was htrictly followed I .iki'imirn;c, O ui.il. urn", dispiindrlil, We call and the rat has not left the place shire. a year. hiie will pay for her in Andilrhi luik tin mi,i f.'.ir -.- -. With thi'iM-iuii'- i thnt mi cr will fin I j.'n her, bv iinauimoiis consent, the ".May O, he of hikkJ iliii-r- , A gentleman living in Haxley iccuntly 1 .," after the sweet gill who shaied, mi- Inruiii it )ouMtliT from mi) of the lomplaluingly, tlie llrst tough days of j.heaiue.1 that in a reitain hole iiudci a "irrculiritle., ' and fiinitlunal Ucn.ni.-- i nil! homcsteadiug, ami w limit we iiiihso;. stump of a tier he would Hud a fur rol- Invniir sex. Iiyllii' u.e of I Ir. I'nrie. .1, tcatlv evei.v day, now. Ihoputhcile.tr l.ir whicli had been stolen fiom Ills favorite l'n- riptlon jou t m put tlie eium of ' and in,.pni ..rout, it i. the onlv ihilil lias rrrovrreil the roinplexion she house, lie visited the Held, found the -I,, druwn. jtmnp. and, placing his hantl !in tl.e hole, i..Ik.i.c for .men. mlUt.iti on in .. r.. under.. lost, i"' a time, over our rookini: stove nnsltlvi'trii.ll.iiiti-1-il- '-l II. ..I . , ... nL.i . J Fiint-i- i ii ....i .....I . it'll ii iiiii. .iiiF.xiiun inn fiini bronzing suit; but in her ele- dropped tlio.skuiiK on short notiie, and '"'")' ftimU.i .SM'fcmiic.wrapp.r. and in the :,...:.... ine ii'int-- in-1. ...... r gant Covington home, suriouiuled by i....l , . ... 1ii.i..., liiiiui:,iiiii- - .1... t,.i.i... 1.... . .... nil iiiifi' i . . ui iiiv 11. "i mm i.iiiiiit'ii..im. .,r.i... 11. ri. .iiHiliil .lllll every nisury, am stireshe often thinks woreon the occasion. Savannah .Saws, fcllll,l, lIU r Vleti,n ,., 0m i)(1M, .iii ::::,' . ; ,,: - ,1 (hi., lll'lil-- IMIM ll I.l' t . , . , . mi- - rl:l,,,,l,:i,,M,w,lv'!,.,',,,!,,!,'' vvoiitii noi htav with Its .liixky iu.ptir-mewitliit- i,ovswi,oa,ck,,ow,,i,, ,,,- - I fJ Ml I I I (t I (I I 1111)11111 II If lilt1 11(1 1ttw..,.ii.im,iiH.iiu.i.mc.,i1Mieti,,B ' M'MICHAEL, I. tin ilicl Hint piii.I pniiilHr .rlentllti and inn tianliii. aHr iiihlllutl anil hat the tariff. t iri'iilitloii of hid ll.iliiv. Ill lliunurlil. tr ill Iy illii. tiiilml nl VVihhI i lnnn Send lur 1'ulili.ln-i- l ttrrVIr Iini. iinr. i'rld- tJairu, I'niir nioiit It.' trial, tl. Ml NN A I'O., t't'lil icuriis.S'n llrnadxray, N.T. jmiit-rn- f lli-Kln.-r.i- THE HATTER, : -- . ' I ,,f t,t. Capital of the Confederaev. . .. visit uiv old home ami iieighboihood in 'a hw tl.ivs nmi if then I Hud something , of inteicxt I shall make a brief mention of it in my nest. Virginia's hospitality is unchanged, save, if possible, tosliglttlv incicitxc. nmi that I am enjoyim: it goes I'. C. W vvitliout sayint.'. ' tliat the cditot's nuiucious letters fiom ' ut'ie aml st've,ni ' ,,nvi' i,,'",l"('" the leaden of the I.. I.. innumerable Kie thoiii:h thev aie, snllicient knowledge GU4TH AVENUE, LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY ,"",.. ARCHITECTS V k irriat urii.. Knoh I..111 cxiiiImIii. rulored llituumiilili plali nf iiiiintry mid tllr . ur inihlii linililliiK . Niiiurriiitx I'nuravlni?. Ml il tut hill anil .tx itliritiiui. fur tlm tl. o nt .111 liii.ixini.iiil in liuiiiiiiii I'rii .. ti 'Oh that, Ml NN A IO.. I'l UI ll". ii. h 1 i 1UILDER0 American. U The Nobbiest -- & Most Stylish of- Slock - i mi-u- - '., . V..-- x 1 11 1( Tiieie is probability of one import ant foieign mission iciualiiiii).' vacant for some time vet. Tliat is itniil. Yellow fever is raging theie and although a I'hiladelpliiau has been appointed ami conHiuieil, he ptclcix the .iiie,t of the1 (Junker City to tlie excitement of l.'io and Yellow .lark. 11 lllHTbOflTlir. It'll - by nl'Pl- III.- Ill .111 H till V . l . Kver liroujililto the MA ritj-tiworld-rrliown- l T I ouoville, n open inilndui).' the . rN'rl.iti !l n hiiIIi-.i- (mi larami liv iiwiile lull... Vnittriritii nod i 1 luir luiluvrr KNOX & JOHN B. STETSON & CO'S. HATS And alio my own importation of Knjjllih Hats and Caps Anelcijaiit lint ol Canes and I.,on' Fine Cilibr.lted Uuihnllai alw.i). on hand I I. I. .ml rn...i. n. I In II... fat. A III, NIL I pllillllll I'l Mt i.iteillili. Mil't lur II i.iuiHKi.. . liirt. niipt, I'OIM It lO'lT1 'or I oto,iUit.j riiiiti4. .Vildior. .Vlt'.NN .V CO., I'liiriil Mill. Inn . hiiiUiii . ilk tmli-nl- . I ,1 "" . Ijr IIhiiiI'iihi'. al, Voire.. ort-- r I "i- - TRADE MARKS. "I'l l Mil lini.-i-- . IU1UH1II..II' liriH.)-...rr- 'SEAL SKIN SAGQUES, CAPS, , Order out Glove, and oihet, lur. u upcciatl) ide of city .oliciti'd, perfect t.itif.ictIor guaran. lied Don't tail toordem NOIIUV l(AT 3i iy 0 M n.t I Ol. lit .Id III tuiiW.lV, N. Y ,imwu. MpMil mm r n .a.. -- ,flfeSB3C?jaciau- ,, o i. a,j:..M.igajacJ- j . - .n. i.i.i - ,'''i1S',l,i'HSWifri'ii!,r umiBiii psSy.v .'TWIT THE END. J l w) say: doctor was dying. Tlicrc wa 'iA H4Lm'v-no doubt about that. Ho himself knew Unit his 11 fo wus surging uwny with quick tho .liortt gasps l'1"1 seemed to ruck his body with pain. Yet he fought sturdily against the approach of death. To the silent ut- tendauts utlils bedside It seemed us If ho was trying to gather strength to say some- tbiug ere his lip should bo sealed forever. Ho tried to speak, but the word were not audible. Attain lie strove mid this time tho him nurse, bending over the bed, HK old d yearn before I hud spent n summer in the beautiful little vllhigo of Su .lolmsbury, In Vermont. Hither 1 repaired to regain, In ai measure, if 1 could, my tmpalied physical ftjf.illttfvtt j y I And so the young and the old doctor reached an understanding, sua every day the old man came to Ins youur, friend's office and remained hours at u time. At first he only cat and read and pondered. But one day the young doctor caino In greatly perplexed. A change- for the worse, ha!' request." tho other and gavo the following monger and hardly satisfactory of his peculiar actions. He said that ho wt.ro physician by profession; that ho hud practiced in ttie large cities both in this country and in Kurope. In his qjd nco he bad been reduced almost to ' want by tntfortonate investments, and was Anally f0"ced to retire Ho had come to Ostin becnuio he could hvo clier.ply und quietly. " Thin 1 nil I chii tell you."' the old man t aid, in an uppeaiing tone, "and 1 ask that jou will plsca ifht in my worm. All I desire is that I,inuyba permitted totpend a,I few hours occasionally in your office where j lean be near tho piolenion tnat in my old age i havobcen forced to relinquish.'' The younp doctor looked f.hn.-f.at the aged stranger nnd pondered upon the strange request. The vir.itoi b.id r.ppsrcnt-- ' Iv relsptrd into uncotiiciousnese of hlj nurrounLinr":. i.nd Dr. Mrcrtn h.'.A .;n The to carefully suru'in..-3r..it.trr.nger was attired in cor.vcr.t.on.l, but Indefln-Lbl- e n garments. Ee hr.ci that air that marks tho pliyiiclcn. th&t was e1dcnt. There was nothing in nis appear-- , a.nce to indlcato insanity even to the practiced eye of his observer. "Pshaw!" muttered Dr. Mechlin to himself, "ho is untliing but an eccentric. It tun certainly do no harm to accede to his I I n. well-worl , room. lie li.id re- turned from u visit to n country patient wiednv ubout six months previous and ui- on returning found the old doctor seated on u chair In hi ofaVe pouring over n medical work. II, s visitor apologiaed for his In- tru&ioii and went awavuithont un exnlauu- tien, nnd Dr. Mechlin soon foigot the inci dent. Tho next dny upon going to hi ofDco (tho outer door wns never lockeil) the oJd man was tp be seen r.s before, studying a men rai boolt and upTMii'i'lly oblivious to las surroundings. Dr. .Mechlin demanded nn explanation. The oid man was very at first. Finally, whon he was told he must leave the office and keep awny under penalty of arrest, ho loo Red twiull, nlainlv-fitrnislic- "Huh the dot tor come yet I" The iiui'so was about to reply when a light, quick step was hoard and the doctor of came in. The vr.ennt stare lefi the dying man. By a supreme effort he mlsed hlmsolf up. reached unner tho mnnti-scrip- t, pilluw, drew forth it neatly-folde- d placed It in tho doctor's hands, ami fell back exhausted. lie did not speak again and In few minute he was dead. It was a strange affair, the eceentrio young Doctor Meclidu thought, as lie assist-el- l In perfurrr.ing the last (dikes for the dead man. a very strange af.uir. His thoughts reertctl in the past, to the time when ho hud llrl met him whoe silent furm lay stretched on the riexety bed in tho il "Soon I begnn to gain rap.dly, and, too restless to remain entirely idle, I pursued the stud v of inv profession into its most brunches. Not that 1 e er expected to practice, again, bit lieeauso 1 to loved the. healing art. I hud, In earlier year-- , brought out several remodiuliigenls that had proved y quite successful, ami my studios were I had becomo In that direction. much interested in thu known and prolmblo I believed iirooorties of that that powerful explosive could be made a power against mo inroans oi cenam kinds of disi.ise, Blight's disease, that dreaded curse of modern times, in particular. Spring lapsed into summer and sum had solved mer Into early winter before the problem, but Heady suites was mine "I li.ul discovered a process by which the explosive propeiiics of could bo removed, tho ti'sidue, peculiarly prepared, forming n compound that was u certain cure for the most complicated and chronle cases of Bright' disous. l have no hesitation now tu explaining in a measuic the procoss. Aecm ding to t ho formula it is prepared in alcohol in the nrnpoi tion of one percent. In tubict form, one of these eon. nut-urallnltm-glyeeriti1 nltro-giycoii- un ' X ,- - 1 I ' l Tifec,' C.X. V" rf8rl ' Jrk3b' '' , I ,' ..r..' . ' ii r i ' "Hml-.iS l!," " ' ' ?"UJL: ' , r IV rii iR ysft .. r .T, .h ''$. Tttr.N i At Jz&.Js nitro-glycerl- t ult' ." i vSk nr.AHu an jtwrn. hxflofion. ' fe! been ill for some time with a complicated1 nnd occult discaf c. ir.e out man noticed MlArii I'JUWU 111 UIIU UI U flILllt3 WUU I1UU wMAmt I . 'l.-L- I I Mj 1 AiM,lfrn 'TXiViTw CVjii-!t? i I A-- V s. i.Uh t' '.: i, ; hh'fr2- - vi' l'UJJn )l' St ! Iir", s. I Ww I ( -r "7ii-. " r m w.'iifcVU "TiiYTmun," sun. 7- Jt ,,r v.' V'I'W "-1- AW i irirrj" i" Uxrfit ii i ":TsaS'' i ? iQTJffl -- I -i -- - J' i - 1 . ; in: was explained. The eccentric his anxiety and questioned him. The case proscriptions. "Try these," ho said, and turned to his book again. Dr. Mechlin hesitated. The prescriptions followed no ordinary law of medicine. But tho case was a despcrata one: his patient would die uulcns he could afford immediate relief. Ho seized the prescriptions, had them tilled and hurried to the house of his patient and administered them. The strange medicine wrought a wonderful change. In un hour uu Improvement was noticeable, ami iu three days the ' sick one was out of danger. Dr. Mechlin's respect for Ins cceutric visitor Increased grea'tly ufter this occurrence, and ho allowed him to come und go &s he pleated, and many times did thu old man's suggestions bring liiui success and I reputation. Oun day tho aged doctor was not to be found in his accustomed chair In Dr. Mechlin's office. The latller thought it strange, but the entrance of a visitor ban- i ished llie subject fiom his mind. Another day, und again did the eccentric fall to appear. Dr. Mechlin became ulurined und was about to set out in search of him when ' lonl's Old Tlieutei-- . ' a ragged little buy brought the news that Abraham Lincoln was assassinated iu the stranger was dying, and urgently deKurd's Theater, und the building Is now sired his presence. a branch of the Surgeon-General'- s The old doctor had been given Christian burial No friends hud uptieared to mourn oftice. Originally tho edlrlct) was erected a Baptist society, und for many his loss, and Dr. Mechlin nut In his nfllce. ! tho heouest in his liuml. iioiilni? Unit it years they worshiped there. Siuco the perusal might cast some light upon the great tragedy the building lias been con mystery of his life. If was ouly a package verted into u (invernuient onice und u medi of manuscript, carefully written and neatly cal miisouui. As a Government oftlcc, it is Jollied. Tho doctor never lifted his eyes a travesty upon hygiene. Tho tiiirgeou-(leueris tho chief medical officer of the until ho hud read the last line. These wero army, and yet that branch of his oftice is al-- 1 tho words of tho manuscript; hiii u physician lu good standing. In. mos'tu National disgrace, it was thu same mid will be deed, there are few of my profession who under forinerKurgeoii-Geiier.ils- , huvobeen fortunate enough tuuttain the rank under the successor of the present Incumthat was mine when 1 retired from uctive bent, who will ooii be retired on account of work u few years ago. 1 huvo told you thut age. Tho building is dark and noisome. and the without a I liavo practiced in the leading cities of the It Is the ground. cellar, records of floor restsl Tho the med-icuHew und the Old World. This is true, and upon officers of the armies ure shelved in tho mention of my real name would cause a commotion iu medical circles that you, as a alcoves into which the light of day never physician, cuu readily understand. Spring comes, ("lurks ure obliged to search thoso This cua- in mid-dasmiled on the earth when I withdrew from records by gas-ligMy nerves were unstrung ; torn lias prevailed for more than twelve active practice. In- my general health undermined and I iell years past. How much loager will tho the need of rest and seclusion. A few fumy continue. ' nitro-glycerln- e. , 1 I a prescription blank and rapidly wrote out seized sov-er- al taluing the one hundredtli partof a grain. It is called trinitriu, r.nd Is of u puro quality, )ossessing at first nil the explosive power of thut art icle. The last is lemoved by its mixture with a'cuhol, and the tablet 1 fori ed of sugar, milk or other inert su.isuinoos. "1 had diset ered the remcih , but where was the patieuw Who w.ld allow himself to be ti'en'ed with nitr.) gljcer.ne, even though I should assure ldin that its explosive properties had been removed 1 had no patients in tho little town. One day shortly nftur I had imulo my wonderful dis- by a tramp, who coverv I was begged for u coin to purchase u meal. 1 was about to turn him away when n bril- liant thought struck mo. I said to him: 'Follow me, and ho went with me to my room. I loc'-tethe door. g . tramp, but "He was th; ueu.on of recklessness was plainly eye. Wiiv shown in his had I invited him to my room I He had Bnghl's disease; my professional eye detected that. 'My man, I said to hid. 'do you want to earn a hundred dollars and leave here a month henca a well mauf Yon have Br'zht's disease nnd I can cure you ' "Thstr-m- p accepted my proposal before I had ceased talking. But 1 told him just wild 1 wanted oi him. He was to tako my e taolets, us I shou'd direct, for thirty days I would feed him, clothe him, and when tho time was up give hiui one huuured dollars. I warned him that it was b t uu experiment, of wbk-- he was the subject, and that the consequences might be good: if not, ho might bid farewell tc life; but I knew my medicine was nil tight. loulv warned tobo fair with hm The cxplunutiou mado no difference. If the experitneut was successful he was that much better off If not, why, who cared about a tramp, any way! it., was evident thut I had gained a prlre. "An hour later the tramyeauie to me, refreshed and rehabilitated. I had made some of the precious table'. In a portable laboratory, ana gave him the tirst dose. The next few hours were anxious ones. But no hatm came lhree times a day did the trampoome to my roiin and sw allow one of iin- the tablets. In a feweaysnv provement became evident. M y dicovery was sure to prove the greatest remedial aecntof the age. i was waia- "i no iniriy nays nun p.is-uIng with n gentleman ujwn a high and steep bluff that overlooks the charming valley of ,nP rassiitiiilc. It was my tramp I Clothed in the garb or a gentleman, his countenaiice radiant with the hush oi health, none would hnvo recognized lnm ai the miserable creat ure that besought me to clvoli.m it coin but n month ngo. Ho was a living monument of the success of my great remedial dls- covery. "It was very slippery upon tho bluff. Sleet had fallen the dity bJioro nnd tho pth was My compan'on stepped" icy ami too near the edge, mid 1 warned him, but ho Unshed und continued on his perilous way. Suddenly he slipped and disappeared. The b'.iiff was ovei'u hundred feet high, "lie would bo kilted. "One or two awful seconds that seemed like ages followed. I could not move "Then 1 heard an uwful explosion that shook the precipice. What had happened I I looked over the bluff, but could see nothing moro than n thin smoke curling slowly upward. 1 ran to the toot of tho plulf by a circuitous routo uvaihiole to u man of my years und strength. Where wasthetratiipl 1 could see He must linvo fallen right . nothing but riven rock. The uwful truth Hashed upon me. He had exploded. "I never found so much rts a hair of him. He must have become thoroughly nnpreg My formula ii.it cd with hud failed. I had not succeeded in destroy, ing the explosive properly of the deadly bgeut. Tin- - tramp was never missed. Xo, wanted that is not true, i missed htm. to find out just how the human body received and retained explosive properties." ClIAUI.KS V. IUiitok. r clinr.ry-lookiu'devil-may-car- e' nAro-clyccrlnn. ttea.-herou'j. ' 'I ' suggested that on devote yime Mute to POPULAR .SCiKNUE. pululiug sign, fences, wagon bodies and tho like. He also said that If y OH worked Mr. Snrrt IteiKlTPs bard, and lmpiuved u great deal, you might (loll tlili ii I'riMiiliirnl N,iv Ymk Artist ( SENSITIVE FLAMES. Fathers Mim Have MarrlugritiiU become an amateur artist lu about ten on (lie S;iinr-,- ii lolrretlug Art Talk. Daughters. In- KKK Christ- - years. Ifon'lliev Miiy Ho I'milnei'il-snii- ne Train your clocks to strike only evert tui 1 hope you will not llud It unpleasant to leiesllng i:pfilineills. mas an express waghours. on paused in front tako Ibis mUlec. Wiy of ten advice Is like The sensitive (laiiie observed by Dr 1.0 If you have a dog give it to some friend--fo- r of my humble palace castor oil- - easy enough to givo. but hind tn Coinouud afterward devoioieil by Tyndu'l time being. the in Hurlem. A mail take. However, console yourself with the exhibiis seine of tho Never gruuihlo audibly about the dresswith large red ears, Idea Unit possibly tho professor is actuated curious effects of makers' and milliners' bills. till the tucks In wliieh by motives of professional jealousy, und sound. Kor lis pro-duAlwuvs let the .vouusr man see i tint ye seemed to liav o been he Is ineiuly ii yiug todlscourugc you from Ion It la neceswear your slippers Itulio evenings. let out, extricated a coming lo Now York. sary, writes Oeorgn Take all the tidies from the sitting i n Boforiuioslug this letter I desire to call M. Hopkins In the Ihix from his wagon chairs Men are averso to tidies. and proceeded to de- your attention to tho dollar mid a half une Sclei.tlili' Ainerenii, When joii go In Iho theater s idutM liver it at my door. paid express ,ii.uge thai wars almost foil the tfuaiKiiitnlci always lilic u cirriauo to go lionie in m wrenched from mo bv the expressman who a pif.sitisi iq i .1 U) As It was from then'fiiil asu ep on lh way. delivered your pieiurv Shall I draw on that of a ooiHliiu of 1 suppled it u tuvitatiou to dinner once In uwl l.i you for Iliu iitiiniiiit! Your failure toie-lieonl allied ripe witter six or eight ninke the youog man In i u will elilier burse tne is c.ilcnuneil to set mo back luciuf. h!h. Tho or some home or tuo scare h.in off This is u pw common uifihod of other tribute oi re about six mouths in inv Milliners. wav to learn his Intentions. It Is true Join the eluU to nblch trie youin; man lie spect from some admirer, heuce 1 was vorv through tny thai my toes do not protrude Frs:llrngthl..r. .1 boot Into the H'inospliero as pressure Is o tuko longs, mid. If iHS'esHnry. as( hitn to set much elated, even ufter the man reminded me that iheie was, i dollar and a half cxpi ess copiously us Hiey old when 1 first sinned in the pus fitnii a cyi-- I you home late at nulH. 'litis will bo an journalism, and my meals ure assimilated tide of cii'.nnrfsmNl to yon, and msn inuke the ,omig charges en the lit. c As I nut iho tin fortunate victim of the with much greater ngiluiliy now than lllui:.::;atlp cas, man feel thai he wiw "solid" with yon formerly ; but, neerthiiess. j j,vi the loss sin 'i as Is uacd fur I putted with thedol-Jlaratitlhabit, lo not tnnhe nse of patent pis extin- ripe persimmon nnd ihen with wild yelps of of that il,, lli.r ulul u half keenly. should ulcl'tm light. An-o.- s half, guishers which turn all the lights out at fee. itself. moihcsJ is to ten o'clock The yuuug man might take it 'joy and u borrowed l.uW'het, I procccdul to prefer tomust the dollar ami a half we New You remember that trKi '.'.( (ru from a us n hint to go. ami no had itctter rcguluw atuper with Iho iip.cr crust of the box orkers have to Im vi rv iswttoiiiM'itl iu wnghtiM ;.! ntg, Then I recoil d, and I will slate, ill the inthe belli to suit hunseif and the girl. monument dur- nnd still ut.i-.r- r terest of science. Hut my recoil very much order to complete the in Judse. A.I pte-cn- t, ion srt-:ione to Ml u exceeded inv propulsive elmliy III my ing the present cemun t i.itj m tiri; rl i Mi:. u Villllllllll'llV. lllf lllHllt tUe oyu of tnnk ,lth wr, Htio anguish 1 'used strong lniiuttage, fnriheie of the first things that Huiiug a inlilloii f diiimis for a monu- were no persluitiioiis or other delleucirs In the visitor Is the iriiiotpherv Pi which the diapiktt it v'..l. .mi, in tue niu.iiier lll'.s- ment in N'ew Vor to (icneral (irnnt i the box. it curt. ilaed an alleged oil (mint- Uriltlt llliltl.UIRMll l g'lilltf rlsKS MHMI trutctf n r'f 4 rather upliiil won, Sntne of the rich jieopli ing and a letter fiom Sal tin lee V Junes of as we lnt i got the niiniey. The l .n.cr 's n , v Kir. 1, 'J ai l who talked loudest about butlilingthi Cottnw(tai, Ark. 1 darted oat of the house .Ml I hat wo need lo ceniplo tho one t,f a It :.u t.p inscrttd In the i mouninnnl nnmeOlaiely outiibute very to recover trie itoliur and a half from thu million dollnr monument 1 the mouey. Wo of us,, lab elt. be. The lip III tl:e preM-- i I mud sums. They i ounnd us of the farmei dtiver, but, alas! ho had swum oil, so to have any number of designs cf the l, is in.nic oi br.. but tiiiio coiiniiii v who, on being approached by the agotitof a j fc)M,ltu. M.i,, lmj Uhsoi. hut tne design tc pay for It is much ii.se for till I'll I 'I us.il )kc ure tif steuli e im,- v rnnrmid. cxo.ninieil I""!"'-"- ! nctslod. Mr. Jones, who Is ooouf the lending urt nrn superior lo the metal o is. let e I in in favor of railroads hist, last "Yos, Vou would bo surprised, my dour artist iM8 of f0uon VVoh1. writes mo as follows: r!li r Is tii.uiii d in IV. f cxjier mw T! mid all the lime You bet ou can put nic ' ai.i-a- . Hwkit. IImj.. orKCit- i- friend, und debtor to thu tune of a dollar M. 1 ('. uie Nctiitk. of Hi , m, f, r ii li Otaut.lul ""'n as a man ui wlllhelpbui.il a rail jv in r .. i svi.it you i ntlrrly liy ii)ml atida half, nt the iimmii'uushojs f tropic hint , .i I h it, i 1'iof Sir i s h s f, i.i lialntdig. a leitl itein. rxeitiiml road iu New York wiw say Uiant needs no monhut s .iiictif !,, llWUSe,l pinhole iiui Tne agent was delighted. Uio funnel soli. As you "111 iivsorv it it a luiulscpu. ument, that the. cni ry his iiieiimrv In their Ill cer'u'.l' kit. s .ivb y.s s- - i s m-: u . My olijvci I you this gem l to cuwas rich, thu agent snppu-e- d tliat thu farm hintrls. Thev seem lo have working lelmn'v for i p. ; ,isr, ,t .' .' you with er would t.ili aiMiut lifty thnasHiuts dollar nt! e on to compare Hyour e Imported paint-tiiMiih houses They are the Mime titt.c ty. My fncmli extiitilltoa worth of the s'ltek. so he took out his booh he. u sny Hiat It cum innot be who iieer liuve but one eigar almul by unjr of i is to I n A tin wi:b ,t i., m1. unit iiili I and linked: them ulie i you wtilil to sin, lie. tho olu masters In Nc Vortt. I ,( llll.sjof '(I I i i Sf e IMSI i How much stock shall I put you downl' Every tii.ng progicsse u yViv York exII you encourage me to do so, I stiAl mere tu .. ll.c, i sjnal .in,. ,r "WnaJ," said tho fanner. "I supse you New York in ttio spriuir. I urn ure 1 wi.uitl cept the (tram iimuuinent fund, lint If you Tito i, i' wan to f emi put me down for seventy flyo cents, il enjoy myelf vory mucli puint rid little bit will promptly remit the dollur and a half SI'IWII .iiicr is ai.ijNirteil in Ml 1 Mild S III an) olle ' scenery on tho Hutlton, rochs unit tiwi tout unpaid express cit.ii;,-it runs near tny fr.rm." Texas Hfnngs. wlilirtrr It a boom. cmirtwleii P... manner, und gin u t i llie like. Prof. Mahlstlck lias exuiuinoil your utnd-cap- e ble pts'a-iir- r U. lie lluil Mini llxpi'l lenee. Wtmtl want Is yourcmidnl. nut your cunrtiett again, and itqueMs me to nsk yon to Tb4 H.unj will flours I muiih i is ignite ' im i.i ai Hicoiler .lewe cr Yimi suy yu wi: nutni op nfoti, Mr. Sweat. send him your phftogruph. He suy he lu Fig. 1. liyiwrui.tife.f il Un if as shew Your truly, is piisss cngr.iviHl (.ii ibis ilngf sou what tho man Uks tlhe who wants lo i.by. an atl;istiicitt ttnl Us reach-- il .. smuiti.im v. .Io.m.. S'oimg Man Yes. I want the worn. liutmedtntely sat down, and setting my minted that plrtiirc. You i .m send It when nUleli thu ll.iiM- - .i i Im uu tHe verge . f '(!eoi go. to his dearest Alice," CHgraveU i ' most sarcustk lieu bv tho um-k- , wiitlo Mr. you remit the d liar ai.it a half uniwtM ex Bur.1 A ty .,i ;i,( ii)t'rtsn of prcssiti. tho ring. tho pros charges .Send it at once i I oping In Jones as follows : "Is the yountt huly vonrslstorl ' ,!,, j remain. Your Ml Dr.Ai: Sin: Many tliauk vour hoar front you for No. she s Hie voting lady to w horn I am j Alia K Swkbt. Induess iu .ending me iliu work of art, on truly, engaged " ' which there wns a dollar nnd a half lltimid I were you 1 would "Well, if i.ul havi 1 FACTS WORTH KNOVING. Ueorge to his dearest Alien' cngnivi d or oxpio-- s charge. While am not an uriist, stiil I am nut entirely artless, o to sienlt. Tin; oldest known manuscript is pnri of the ring. If Alice goes back on youytu. Your liltie picture Is uuilouhtcdly a getu, the Ilittd, Ion ml in rpn-- r Key can't o tint tiug again.'' pi. und I congratulate you un yimr success as a What would you suggest!" Ki'tAKiUsderiroiheir origin fiom tho gemlst. "1 would suggest that llie wnrils be. placed iy tlio aiieionis on tombs A pl.'Vure like I ho one bet'corgo to ins in si and only love, von sci Il was not an unisaiiiMMNi inmcik'u far tho tcucnerof refinoineiit. with that iiiseriptlon you can use tlu ring' fore me Is a ,J 0 i Xp silent forth from" a lioor iu tho middle agrs to h themselves haif a d07iiu times. I rniMiluul expricui'i i A ........ - ., iiiftunuce ever goesl l... r...... .1. tt-- .. i t.... t into slavery, or lo become slaves by debt ii v ivvi its lliiv- UIIU I'... itl....u i l'.tn.- l illt iny-e.in such matters iixas iSiiuugs we order our lives accordingly. It grows Tin: Iliilieiiillerns, :ns reigning family of Pnissu, ii'fers Ms ongtn toTliaslllo, who, Into one s soul und leaves a drcamliku plea llm-- e I.rttrr. He Jly darling homo at last; How can ure which years of hardship and loll etui not ulKnit N, bmli Lie casile of IliHieHMillorn obliterate. back the dollar in San bin oil can I ever tliauk von for those delightfully lung A sr t vi tun iliiHlenary of the i 'binese and tKvfivt letters which you scut so faitli and a hatf by sistal note or money older. Thanking you again for the centiileuce ismtmiiiiig ubout forty tlMHisund fully? There was only one thing lacking-yoftiuii cliat'Melei.s was terfeelwl by l'a out-slididn't say any thing about your iu bestowed 1on me, und ho lug to i nil I trrtMtii wiiolhiil abmit IHtiB. V in nt n:i structors - ah the professors. Do jol you ssin. reniuln, yours truly, ini' nm nil vstnli it.tvr. Ai.kx K. Swi.lt. Tiir tirst Aiiierltnin ougrat er on wood, know, I am dieadluliy jealous of those pro 1'. S. I was just about to mull this letAlexander Anderson. M D . was bom iu beyimd this txtuil will ctiist' the Hume it, lessors ! She Von ueeuu't be, Tom, 1 ussme you ter when I received u visit from tny old Nww York, April SI, I77.V und died In Jer- shorten und roar When the flume Is at the I didn't mention uuyol tlmm bvaiiso tlit friend, IV f Maulstick, of the National sey t'lty, N. J .January il, Islll. point of tlnrhig, it Is cxtromciy sensitive n Tin: Plymouth colony remained a com- certain sound, partlciilurly thoso of letters formed my regular essay work in Academy of Design. Besides Ixdng one ol the greatest of II' lug palmers, he is u monwealth district until Unit, a pcrhsl of pitch A shrill whistle or u hiss will hitn Kngllsli, and weie coneclcd bv 1'rof Eye cuusi recognized critic on all matters pcrtuiulug seventy one when, greuiiy lo ihr it lo flare. The ruttleof it buiu-- of keys gias and read a ouil in class.- - Judge to art. Thinking you would like to ha e my chugriu of the colonists, thuv worn Inciudid will produce the same result It will re Cilillioii. favorable criticism corroborated ny suck under the new x,yal chartei for Masschu smnd lo eyerv lick of u watch licld near it A liiuti w il known in his native town a high authority, I submitted your picture to setts. Tyndull suysthut tthmi tint ga pretsu c always being behindhand in !iis affairs wa hlui. lie chummed it carefully, und turning beyond u certulu html, vibra Till, battmof the Nile was rougbt August is ; driving rapidly down Iho street and acci It over looked on tbo back and asked tlims are set up in the gas Jet by tho 1. lr.'s, hetween Iho friinii llect under " Well, what is itl" dentally tail o,'c a coiored timu Unable Brueysiiliil the Kngllsli under of the It ft ict hiii of tho gas In tho orllh-to stop his horse after the accident, tin After telling him that the unpaid ex- wasut tliecoiiiiiieiiceinentof thisNelson.thut burner. This,) vibrations cause tho liuu.e battle driver, true to nature, yelled out: ''II press charges u.uiie were one dollar and Nelson exclalmctl: Victory or Went lo quiver und shorten. When tho ftatiio there! get out of Iho way I" I'jioii whlcl ft half, 1 explained that it was a landscape, minster Ahiiev bums strHillly. iiny sound to which tho gas iho darky, not being very much hurt out lie evidently did not nciieve me. Tin: loial number of prisoners ut Ander - i't w,n "'"I"""' "'' throw It Into sympa picked himself up as quickly us txisslb'i He Insisted that the ecru colored mountllioiit' ttliralioii. Kils'i-iiuen- t has demon und halloed back: "Fo'de l.o'd's sake, boss, ain lu the background was h dromedary, and soiitlllu was Ili4s: largest number lu Meat ed that the seat of sensitiveness of tho com n' back agin, is yon'' Life. ho called my attention to its four legs 1 piNou ut uny inn- time i.iigiit V, lsUi,' Itniiie is ut the basil of yo ain't the ll.iino at He deaths. lJ.tii-.'- ; uyr j maintained that it was a mountain, but the :ci,lH; touil imuiber of foi ea.-age number of dculhs IIip lllll Yu All Kicbl. of thelliir oi'lllceiif tho burner professor said he bail heard of thu foot of a Tl.i! met bed of protlliciug thu required g.is "Will you vote for my bill!" Inquired tin mountain, but no mountain ever hud four teen luoulhs. ICis; largest iniiiocrof deaths jiresi.ic i nistralisl in Pig. 4 s uvaPub c , i4. V, ; lotal iiiiln iu one day i August legislator. lobbyist of the legk. He rather got the better of me lu the when gas bugs orey, bcr of escapes, ;rs, "No. sir, ' replied the latter; "your bill i argument. I think you must have Inadvertiinleis of iiirnpiess,-- t IUimmimm), ulthoiigr, iho s.ibji-c- t us u ' a swind'e " ently painted the legs on that mountain. 1 gas ure not lo Im) liuu tlnsiry li.nl engaged uttentliui fur niuny 'Why, man, you must lue Ihowrong bill know It placed me In a very awkward Atiiicyliinlerof uboi.t 1 mean this r yeurs, recelteil Its gicntcst Intliiencc friuii In mind. bill!" and the professor even Intimated thut fifteen gallons caistt "Well, this lipwais to be u good bill," 1 didn't know any more about art than you iho discovery by Henry "a emilsli lulTiiil -Ut Is provided at the said the legislator, after examining it n It do, which is rather lough on uie. 1 wish tliulhydiogcii gas is Kl.b tighter thau com-- 1 tup und IhiIIiiiii wl'h y. l d oieforlt, of course." Puck. you would be moro cureful iu the future moil air Joseph Mongollier originated llie ' ultcs Tho iowrr tiseof hoi ulr lu balloons lu inr.'. Charles where you put your legs. Hi Vll is (Mlllloclr.l Tim tMr.,1 Tnnrr. Wo had ntjolhcr dispute nUiut the two Cireeu lutnMiiccil coal gas and used it in an Willi a hydrant, und Tue Eiffel Tower i cached its full height, IP, IkM. in tho foreground. Hu could not uu ascent mmtoJiiiy Mm clllii, r Is (!.!, .1 eleven hundred and seventy-eigh- t feet. trees ' J? w lib water, while the M rcb :il. A ucwsiMiwr correspondent "c"lo,m T11"1""" v' AN INGENIOUS SETTEE. i upii r valve is who went lo I no m.. c ..... Unit ,i... ascent neaus aim wave tueir legs urounii. lie I s1 c ok'ii.,,to allow' f the by the staircase took forty minutes, and evidently mistook the limbs of the tree for lim lit Make II Mini When- - In I'lll It- -.l tT .,.. lisS'C ttull nf nlr IV1,. (lIHIll s,;;i,Bto, by elevators it Is to bo made in live min the lege of men standing on their heads. nine-tu- t to I'lif.i ur ,,l0 ,.viilcr is illicit A liialitcl-liieco ul utes. It is expis-tethat the electric light He wantedund a bet, out wnen 1 thought of ui I limit a rlro-iuhalf 1 hedged. on its top will enable ono lo read u mw.s that dui.ar wavs gives the appcaranie lhal soinoihing! Willi water, tliiiMipplVissb .toffuiiil a tutu' The professor is not quite satisfied wtth Is winning. This air of vacancy is prac- f'"iii ,i gas Imruer Is with tho paper at u distuned of seven miles. the cow. Hie Is ican.np back on her tail, dispelled lu the coiistrucUou of a l'i' valvo and the g s is turned on. Tie u ,,,,, wul"r ' llwiil U I I'usll 1'riiiif iif II, und no real cow docs that, bunco ho con- settee iilnler tho uuiiiiel-pliiiesip fnnii the ci drawing III iho gas. Win it 'd''r. tlicn-b"Don't that Ix'al von! Smith has got le cluded that it must be a kangaroo, ullhoogh Kor this nurnosii talo, un or.llii..rv iili.o ligli.ll." too cylinder l filled with ga tho nK the horns bothurcd him somewhat. He said box about four feet long, . one and ono-hi, . . "(Sot religion! Why, ho stolon horso on that ho would compromise and lukethu feet log'v and two feet ulilo. Uu iho top aro elided unit tho lower ono is again cop Monday !" cow tor u ship, but when ho observed tuck a cushion Illicit with oxcoislnr packing. iiis'tcil with tlio hydrant, tvl.de the npp-o "Never mind that. Ho has got religion, the absence of spais bo clung to thu Along iho wall, which snryos as the back, one Is coiiuis'tcd wtlh the pinhole burnc' theory, although, seen from one fasten it piecoof nil old comforter or blanket. Tho valves on thu cylinder ure again npun, d just tho same." stand-poli- . t, it looked like tin execution of and water is admitted ut tlio r.i:o required "Whatinakesyoil tbltiic sof ' to protluco the dtelred gas pressure. On y "Because, ho has quit shaving hliiisulf on Charles 1. ' two precautions aro iiecesmiry in this ex Sunilav." Aicola Hecord. The pro'esnor also expected me to toll ' . ' t t peilmeut ; one is lo avoid a mixture of a r f'li what was the meaning of the big red Tim . it I liorslilp nf II, dog on llie roof of tho house, and, what tho und gas in tho cylinder by driving out ail A corrttioiiduut wants lo know the mushed raspberry wagon wheel wasdnlng in the ulr, the oilier Is to avoid tho straining of authorship of the hue: tlio cylinder by waler pressure. the sky, that Is if thu ragc.upct in thu back"He liuililid better than he know.' ground Is meant for tho tirinament. Aunihir Kousltlto Maine, which hat The author was James Whilcouib Biley I told htui thut the red dog was a bird, and setenil advantages oyer tho ono described. Ho heard Bill Nyo dellwir his Hist leeliue. the curt wheel was the sotting sun. Am 1 is shown iu Pig. .. It requires no extra gas and when asked how ho succeeded ltlley re right iioout II I Let me know about It when "" H'svis-.'is- t prison), und it is more readily controlled plied; you i emit the dollar and u half unpaid exthan the lull jet. It was discovered by Mr "Be, I! II. d.J belter than ho knew lllll did." press charges. 'Philip Barry. U'ni ihoiMscovercr's letter to Texas hifllugs. lu criticizing tho picture. Prof. Maid-stic- k Mr. Ttud.i'l concerning It Is found in r bald something about tho suierliuity I'l A line Alilsl. Tyuduil's work on nuiiul. lu tho ptuduu-- t of tile Inconsistent coloring within tho Inn of this Maine a pinhole burner, like that "When weiey on ubro.nl, Mr. Pigment i,l ready described. W otnp.oyeil. Two Inches of the foiluge on the left marling llie "Never. Why I" uImivo the burner Is supp "Your paintings frequently huvo 'Paris. toot oiihi'iublc, while thoehiura oseuro was a pioco of ;l altogether loo n In imxlc und ilf lliesli wire gililC, ubout l'i liicues square '87,' belowyour signature.'' Perhaps you know what ho means by gas Is turned on and lit ubotn thu who Tim "Ah, yes. That is nothing bin an urtistie theso technical terms. I don't. Tho ne.iies't gaue. Il burns iu a conical Maine, which touch, yon know, (lives 'go' to tin) I ever came lo being uu urtist was wheu is yeiiow at thu lopaiid blue at thu base Iliiur. my father proposed to apprentice mo to a When thu gas pressure Is strong, thu (lame I'oiuioiilerfl. painter and glazier. roars continuously. When the g.is Is turned i She Hubert, 1 huvo a plan for saving 1 HMiko to the professor about your When off, so as to stop the roaring altogether, TIIK SMII.I.. money . coming to New York und puiuilng rocks tho flame bums sieadily and exhibits no He Indeed I und bits of scenery on tho Hudson, hu Also make two large, square pillows stuffed morn sensitiveness t.,u uu ordinary H.nnu Yes, Coal Is sU cheap, you must sell yawned and said; She with fculhers or packing. Beginning close By turning on tho gus slowly ami steadily, your this spring ami buy a Meant uiiihr llie mantel. piece, the whole is neatly a critical point will bo ivuehed at which alpatent medicine ud, 1 - Time. yacht.cot ered with u knit ufgliau of bright yarns, most any iioNu will cause It to roar und 1 asked tlio professor if ho couldn't give or will) a quilt. The pilAny degree of sens! Tim W'illlrr llrt-m- l lluslrt. lows are covered to match. Kucli end of tivenoss may be, attained by caieful adjust Customer (In New York bakery) Let me you any hints, und he told me tu write you the box may bo a puff of plush, tucntoftiin gas supply. A quiet room Is finished with to get treated fur color blindness, und lo have a loaf, please. lu the center with cord und tassels re allied for this experiment. Tho rustle Clerk You'll have to come in ufter buy eheajier canvas; so you see, Kultciiee, fastened Ann t lllMtii lis. of clothes, tho ticking of a dock, a whisper, awhile, sir. The boss has gone out and he ho tukes considerable interest iu you. Ho u snap of tho finger, tho dropping of it took the fiuiibluiit Ion of the safe with him. also said 1 something about painting your Iiiniii I'hiil. nose, but forgot what it was. However, utmost, uny noise, will Tune. "Doiili Piatt is tt doable tint lire,'1 Miys pencil,It or in fact he did say thai your landscape reminded and one of his old admirers in Washington cause to drop, become An Krror. him of "a busted vermilion factory." roar. It dances erfeet time to a iiiue Cily. "He baa iho faculty of sense, com- whistled Wikio'o und Miss Wabash How delightfully your 1 also questioned professor in regard to not too rapidly, sister plays! your drawing. After examining once mon sense, clear reason, highly developed. Tim tiamo at its luso presents u large Miss Waldo Why, my dear, that's the more very critically the drawing iu your Then, when ho chooses to assitmu it, hu is surface to tho air, so that any disturbance as complete a specimen of man in the back parlor tuning tho piano. lundscupe, hu said thut he had no doubt but lived. He seems equally noiineiisous ever of tho ulr sets iho fl.iiuo In uei'lvu vibration. Mfe. that your chances for drawing a turkey ut either faculty und penult able to assume it lu dominate .Undo to I'll. u raffle were us good as uuybody else's. In CHirful of His llraltli. him lu ull of Prof. Touch (in u Chlcugn piuiK) store) regurd to what he called "tecniquo" of is a nervous,his writings and sayings. He "Will you Have a piece of my ulc. Mr. excitable inuu, but that is Wliut a long finger-boar- d that is on that your landscape, his ciUlcism was less favor- owing to impaired health Bnbiiihoui" and his urmy ex"Did the doctor say I inustl" asked llie able. Ho said that you didn't kuow as much perience. Bui, after ull, there Is no warmer piano and how'wldo tho keys arul Dealer Yos, those piano's aie gotten out Invalid, meekly. And thu landlady refused about ''tecuique" us a double nose pointer heart, no truer friend, any w hero on earth." expressly for the St. Louis trade. -- Time. knew about the refraction of light; and he to auswer.B.izar. ALLEGED HUAIOH. A CANDID mu CRITICISM. b rirtiire Ills lllneui iyv el I w n ) I ' - n J 1 (ti-ai- li-- sli-lln- s . 1 iiiou-umeii- ; - N-- , , , I .s i i r I . ! iKs-ipi- , ui-ei-n- (.! , ii- 'riu i ; I u-- mm-- r f I I : I s-- nd ln-.- ti e, s - i lifty-doila- fcL Z Ii-- .il h-- I "V"'"'"' ".r f e - '. ... . kau-gaio- 1 I , I f fi con-tin- aft? vJa (. piel-ure- ." nail-bo- "Y-a-a-- cray-putiiiwor- k twn-tiouii- -- Semi-Weekl- y VOL.XVII. Siihum. riiKMiim i Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY. FRIDAY. APRIL 26,1889. -l- 3 NO. 22 of I.(iii.on, xivi. ilmt lie whs mire unr-- 1 Hliipinji in mi Kast Cud chinch where ii licnm iiiiii.u-iin dktinuiiMi- in tiiii oivico nih' ii'iitnii. mill to tin- I.. M i.f hiMil.illtx. lie Immi Mull- e. and the Hied of his Hliirt trmii on those near him may he Imagined. t of the M'eond verw of the hymn the patience of a woikiui;. million hi immediate left seemed fairly exhiiiiMeil. Not leiicniiuu th' dbnitaiy Inside him. the poor man, hi -- heerdespemtion. mivc a shaiiidi In the rili of die Iili op. win. on tnrulnu' for an eNplaimiion, wiirt tltiiF. mliiv.f in miImIiuhI hut di tlllt t ti'lli "I ni. v'liv'ner. wii dry up! You'ie hpKiluiKthe wholfhhow." VoutirsCom-piitinii- . BEN HARRISON iishnp Temple, A Ti:Mi'i:iu, i: Tm:.-()i- timea very (iootl mid iuitiun. a Itilitilonx .Mini cnmiiiir out of m Saloon in n ulute of .Mild iin-- l Melancholy lntos- "(Hi. my erlcd the I'ioiM'ai- "i am very frorry to (.,. yon eniniii;: out of such a I'laee." miii. ne upon Tintix I'.iimui mih WORK Our efforts are in the direction of leplied tin- I'.iImiIoiis Thick and Ten fill Voice, "Well. I'll gnriglit It.u-Aj.uiii." And he did so, lenvliig the I'ioiis l'nriiii stamlini: on the sideunlkin (iiviit niviit. ViiIiiiiitiii Critic mo'.'" - "If that .Man. in 11 ain.-i.t- - TiiKaliMv-- i in Sam hiiiken and he .Mil. i Owvm' tlniut ha in fair nay toiemw-- Honest Goods at Low Prices And give you the assurance ! T. .M. I'i:x.m.miiii and .M: uiio have heen down uitli malaiia. are recovering. .Mvuut I'.i niii: mm- - iiiuch hettei yucteiiliiy. that in purchasing from us you will get ven ix nun an American Miilnr I'lIIIINK I'.I.M KKKIM. Villi's nfi n Cltit'll 11 iiiu-C'ail Uciijnmin was on j of this plan., now of Vers:nlller. M llDoU ludils .il 11 p' lltli lli.ili in town yestenlav. who is pit si- - one oi the laise.Mol theC'iuoline let a pn tore of lh ! 'it of these I'nited Nates hy iitue of He decided to muke the Mnntl his home j It U said that 1 oiiikv.- - of camphor .Ii..-a- Good sense is always displayed by people who buy the Best Goods, , tlieie wu-- no wnik to he done and solved in a pint of kiioiiie will cine the W .iiiniiinker's money and because netfiw solidit-plenty to nit. The unlive, who weie 1111M oUthmtc ease of rheuiimtisiii. Imt civvMii fair repn-entatlof a much . if -,,r.,n IMIIHI1 .l 1. l'cttcr man. Wednimt knon that lie i.iMMt. mi .. .i.-i- , t...-.llllll ,i,l Tin. Times liu more thnu once had ih,. imis at all, lertniuly not a "pious lime made him their kin;:, lie i, a "' Diirliam, hut it scholailv man and It. dilfceiit-- ' " ",,,, iUu" '" like the two individual,-- , lefcrred nm-wlhiinii u to. hut we do know that lie N a- - hnne.M ly tenchine the native- - Knclish and the' ""'""t "" '",""' i""1 '"I"' Ihiihiini i an hoiieM man, eivili.eil life. He Ims il,l",u'- - ' m the dnysaie lont: and as- It ha- - leen iiidiiiient-o- f ' "hie limit nililllll excellent iillicilll. If In the long run, as everbody knows. And this is particularly true in buying pi imtly lemnrkiHl. "An hmust inuii Wlv- i- Mild .Ml ,..it.lr...i V..1I.I1... I... would in. In..- - him to mi hack In hi. '"' VVI""' ,,'l,l' s,,,u' 'reasuierof Kentiic- i the uohlcst wotk of lind." The li ky he can lay .ludire Sharp 011 the ' We ale -- 0 positively convillicd of Ids old iiniiif. Xewhtiryport. .Mass. if lie ch.xe- - In Wn.it f e lioiieMy is that lie Iiih i of II l.'.tndnll, the mountain ev.iii-rclis- t of iimlitur-hi- p, heeuii llatten layette llew ' ... I'f...-.......!...!.... f III. KlllllllilL ...-r- . .'mil nil- .1.. . .1. r. .l.H'iiii nviuiti. MMiieyeiiiMin went over itt out Hatter tliau Hewitt ha- - ll ittenetl untold wealth ... hi- - ,u.Nm,. "...yyHs. On account of our Large Stock, we are now offering Great hiin-el- f. ,,N rw.k1 Whenever the .lmlj.e wants muds, lie has not yieldud to the teu.pta. W)t,. H,. derated all -- n.Ls of waMe anything' he to a.--k Kentucky -te.ntn y to Canada, as j, .a.hion' , tti,, thl.,exl, do foa it. Ola-vo- w Times. ,r ac to ,,,, 11U.(,.... A after ...miteil for even and some times rttlI1.. ni...,. h.i..,- ,..,.1 ,.i,.Mi i.,., 1...1.... We hear meat deal nhuiit the "proil- In- - llll" llllll . .. . I. .nl ,..,,." .....I .1 t llillcll n : .Iiwmii il.,.i Imlf .1 To Buyers, and we invite you to come and see us. ' nil .wnerever ue ifnild tlnit it. "l-- e over men """ lul i..iM....,.niutriiMedt0hUk.H.piii1r. ,,',l"'"s x" l,""' "'", vlrtilf, hut. :ihn! IMmikV Cme for I'miHiimiitioii." The1 I.cn lli.riHf.ii, "I ncle Men." the In.y- , little n0 . ' '..... ' uhw! we hear ImK...... iiIhmii the poor, , tall llllll. wtm horn III Um -- v e In lv.fl ...... i:i..,.lilll ..........a... ....... 1.....I. .. "o.n,H,...l .1 .....l, .'v-.n!!..I.ll.ll,..... llllltril. '" 11, MiiiH.iin. wi-iiiDrill oat'K o er . ...I ., . . he,-- u. lo learn to ., type i ,. w ,, ,, uois ami socn-t- yenenilly, extend warm ' liand- - ami hiij;ht smile- - to the ivformcd '' . t ';''''Hvk l'enu u that t,,lH.lMW ,w 1JC: ..ABI ,. t ' In ..' lie the puhlicntinii x.,.,,!,,. , My lepiolute hoy: hut how. lo they encoui- - Maill St., 31. the llawesvllle AftenviinU itite uie rrin hi reniiiii.il.. .. tin.. ! went to I'ninntown and Mailed the! An evcluuise riiriitly says the school- - denrsistei in .ion how sweet I v thev x. w- -. wlilch wiiji U 11 h "scce-h- " fori tmi m i the viildliif -- tar of the refulile smile on the lepentant rake! lint how ets oil' thi- 31. The Lebanon tli- - lederul tnxip- -. wh(.ininll-ti- s thel-htake- - the littlr Imutling fro-- h from (do they look on the lepentant victim. whtipM-rAppeal--lltje.- l I ami set Mr. Harrison 'he Ihmim- - im- -1 and full of its pout- - ami t aiuliljc lor . f iht I rt Journal. DENTIST. to t lie Hltn '.I thr il'iiii" r.iln. u.irtx Elc. -"Mr. Win. eveiiiuee our model Colin- 11..- . i.;r,u.i ... v.... ..,i..... .... ..- -., ' ..i . 11.. WFPiCII in.. r-- i in- .ni.t-n- i in ir nil iiiitnr-iiiniitlion AiiKt, fricnn- Hint (en. ImnzSi-'fl- . an honnml.li.ol.l C. ' iv Clerk, " tHT,"-- t nt ..ho-- e ' foieman ..f nwn motherof,,.,, admits that she ,h,W, ,mper.he,e (Irtice mi l..tn.u.trr .ju-etopposite courtboue the lVn-m- n '''"'. "'I'''.-ho-ni (lilieu in ' the e.htoi.- 1..-....i.iii..iu..i.l...f .1- .- "ivee. -1 in "cl llliu out f..... 11111)111" Stanfurd. K. en.i- 1.1... 10 iimjt ',t,VK r- ' and the l.nte-- t youuu e.i.lor in lie la. head ntuthward avail, he wo,kl , way. The --choolmn'm ,ke, a whole.'' "I M son. A Mate, went "'" "." ' ",v imwm.v ant. ('ln..i,.on.l ,....l i:..i. nii.l.w.! ..I I st l,...i-- . II. link n,....l..,. f "'" , M,t typofm Col. l.,Hd,s e"'?" lhV'hvr ,,,,H " mt "l1"' Xhl ami , -- tomach .Hls.,imUthemintl,ewi.y of Im.wii.Hib usWith '"""'N.-v-e- at the ,,,'J!.,,',H, mtl.er hy weighed !.. pounds, I fill wlwt exi.en-- e of I. leho was state printe,. a. I'n.nkto.t. ''.1 .itlxc,,- - At ............ : iHiTimeuir.iiii-- t the "overniiieiit. Then, when onened containctl . . . !. .. in one and .1 & ' inriuv-in, , !(. rtl. AtenuL. i , cais ni.i ne siailetl the iiein-"'- . inn mi" m.u, Wjcanues-- : no 1101 . uomi tlt!"' .111 Mm-ttT -' ' ,"l'l,"0ry f ILnde.-o- n ,s ever w hieh. , Newsupoi, hv the ,w"'""T- so ht- - i.nn,ine he ' A rican pulpit oni- - infant's salety p.11 attached to a pure of LoiUSWllc, MwiufALtiirtr. of fine Saddles and ttarne.t, in is still tvpe -- nlarv -- he and fini.h known to thu trade. Race ,M,,,ll:,r '",tri- .. ...I. .a sleeve hnt.on a collar button. ,. . . .. 1. ....:.. .' .. and' ."T ""J:t, : .!.... jol. and rrotnng E,uipinrnta p'Ciiilty. TT - ti lit, I, . ois naitter . ....i- - . . . .- a . . . Innt t SUV. he s hat tiwetl hv n i.i.tlv- uml ami an ellintv dilute if No. j Kt Main Street, I F.XINGTO.V. K r iii.luii: cilitoriHl". Ill- - iKiper ' rVXl.ll l!il.J. Mtl.mi-- ol the .i.(ii.t.e-i- .l .. , , sisier s iie- -t yumi" man. iuiv you (it iieetlle criine by :in unwoithy tlesceiitl- - bucket. i c M irton liosle, i.inioln, Garrurd juI V .hiiiu-,ii ,..., i...-" ill titnl all jtie new relatin-- tu ni.ittt r rf fillips, it is remarkable tunn the fact lo ihe.ii in die i W" 1 fMT? A mother on hciawaic avenue was nil "Thiindt-rNo! What muk e- - von k ftKKII- - I.N A I'm Mi. thr Ic.iilin paprr of - I Tin. Illinois ...... ,, kiuil.it. .... I t ii.f ill. ,.. I.. UvA 1 Vjof LIBERTY, KY.. IK. . .... .... - r.,vi. v .inj l'r.l.i in sueli a .Mit-ti- on. iii.i. iut , my little man?" ... ... Sunday ivin her child, a boy of seven Cntr.il KriHcicU, is. mil iiuriiiinni -- t..ti.m i... .1 cjrh ncCK,$jx'r'jc.ir scud Ami irv 1 w pciiiiitlt-to mar it- - sober mid ,.. t -- ome . ........... ...1.1 ii,- .- (,., . . was fur tlin-- nuinlti. Aihlrc. ! v inn- 'c, ISuint-- it F. W. WARRINNER.PROP'R. She . ... k "U'l..I'.ible (., IkJumK in 111111 nniiii nie uumiier 01 seetl- - per years, ........v ,...,. .1,.., .lute pane- -. I'ncle Ken raised up two 15 tellinj; liim the story of Adam's fall. niiiwycr. ii.uhiiic. K) live Vou tllUllilL-- l .. ,.. , . . the next titut he! noun. 1 .f tlw hen- in the way he lout' nas inm aiuii I ha.c leaedtnc . 1111.111 .. ,.ii .iiiiiiiiuiii-ic- , Hotel and i.itndCrun. 1,... aim... Having narrated the' tale of the apple 'of letl inn tlii.i.. mi. J I'li'.ikHUi.,.!.. l.li... tlit-viiuuit in .. ... n.irtii.L.lar.SD. ate IhiiIi doiiiB well. om in tin . . ami what mischief it "lid. thcinothernsk-etl- : : commanded an:s- to coin men ul men. cal " ovjm t.nn tiu.nthy Mk,i,M.s(.!itv'n...eKollice ami the other,, ') -you think Adam did don't l",t",,4,,,r ,5,,t ,li" ,1 printerv in Milwaukee. nis .:.7.(l (,; tall meadow oat yra-- s very "Now, to eat the apple?" The litTor a man I kiip on hand No. qu.lljlw of I.ilj STANFORD wrona ROLLER MILLS. ... TO rnele"lten is lemarkahlv jollv and '1,',l!l,:.l,",ll, '"' " ' May ,,,,s: "f,"r ,l",, Wm- - wMu' and Nut Coal in 111) ynrd. lien. your irdi:rat KMI, eriunon tle fellow thought a moment ami then N.tnlorS. S. .M)er' nt.irunud lliij uill licmtcml- Mniai.iiAll person wi.hinj n ple.iant life and well j mammoth red clover :U,. .ut.M-anneve, fail- - to -- et' oil some- J 11 -llit.tiixs, "Why. would it have been cd it. p.niiipil). plea.ed wife let them u.e Patent Klotir nude at answered: tas ford Kv :sw.Om.-li- c,ii " LTimTui thi.m-trikiuu"the ,lav "l":,",,,,', Stanford Holler Mill. Call for it at four groand o.iuinal i..tes.pi,of the small of polite to refu-- e the apple when the lady cery, and if tbej ha.e not got it 011 hand, ure 11 uiakiiiu' hi- - annual ,vmit to the i tliea.lveitiin mril of a coming the- - i,,,,l!:t', theni to keep it. or ct an order from them .tn.t . olleietl it to him?" I'.ull'altf Courier. In- will continue Kit it at the Mill and I will guarantee a plea. ant wt.ilthx ho.y of which atrical attraction, (in the reveise side luiwver tin timid vouii-- ' woman. andtmere.tiug f.ttml. . ... . . . ..,!1I I. isniiieti ,0 11- it- - niiiir,i ii At i.:tiul -,iml sstoc-l... ..IIIa.I .V N I'UTTS Superineiili-n- t ne 98 How can Parents appcari'ii ai a witness ituoreti pifiuiv, "Have ..mi iii'u. A. t ilc.ire to li.ive Keutuck) I w.ll ell ..threat uanlwith the idamlit. 'MtecauM. thou ; b,.,.ath which is Hie caution to lead heioie?" Vonmr woman ,li!.iliin.- .- aii ,i,cir children i... .ruha.il .,r.BUH,u-..uitst been faithliil over a few things the other side, ami afterward immerse "V-velittle cow," Hd and nhoreviuiuv, i k,i wort., i o. k.s .! ami mlnii)-mi-j "Oh, it i .ni sir, ofcour-e!- " Lawver "I'le-ts' .11 make thee inler ..ver many." " " "",J hl water, picture upperu.oM. for Mate to the ju. v just what .suit it was" LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. tree ,lav.. tlieu watch carefully the ie-- , Von..,' wnuian , with more conlldc,,,,- ,- "'M"" "Z "'. l"' ' t k.'""l.. ?::,1"?Z I .not. Vl"!,c!3teu..M'"." !!i. nr.i.Ueli of tan .MARTs.MlTI "it L'iiffs me tt ult. It i neetllesito add the u.'siilt is It wasa nun s eilinir. shiru-t- l down iima' ciinr. Couh s rue? It l nn Kuvtriur n,:ii to I'm. . . Maunoil, Ky THE LARGEST you pain, .ir A. It lViiin.driMuit. nut AND FINEST lear nil, nut the scheme Is rather clever, for the tixmt ami tiiunned with a lovelv blue an few . -. llilue inmn n. Willi lial to in.ltfl. t an never be. Tiy. tiy lo forjM nie." it Insiiiv. six times out nf ten, the care- - violently "Order in the court ! HOTEL IN THE CITY. ?.:i!:, Shingles and Shoes For Sals, What On Earth I'll try. .Miss- l.iJe." reiiliiil thei fill ).tveintii.n of thecmxl. .Vtw Vmk , .. I tin tr.iwm peopli- will not, tan not or do not ec , i...... 1., j i in a uielam-holyhopeles sun. tu iioiiii-iii-Miinu . .. sore initial inai a. . . . i e in oncaii nti.triiinn pinup " "" " 'fen 'l'hnuaiid Kail an! ....... Il'uplar .mi . "Ahonrbtl in the vuitex . of bui' m.i RATES S2.50 TO $4 PER DAY. ACCORDlenmnslnwly until it is thorouj-hlydtme- , ,,, . A- iiiii-it- - Ini, tiiiK. ...... I'ntiiu . hoill.. or rri..10i.i, ,rtu...t ...nrmo.. Sllinijlc. 011 band .. ....--.-. l.iiv ......... f.vii.1 . n.n, ..... ,, . I ha.n Melt', Women'- - Mis-- t' ,.s , f iiiiii ne ,u..J iiiuium-u. , - of a uoie ill tin Cut ,.rld. .. ,iur .i,..,, ,!.. .md.cn....in s. iuaviieiv.Xltalllltlll'kllL iltll af Villi It ,, tl. , a. b... in ii..i. not . Shot-- , mailo l.i Alter, lorn nod N I : ING TO ROOMS. Children Itt ....o.. ,'P wuiie not, nil it with mnulateil .mb.r.,,1 and .Miin.lilli-.wluclmv aehiui;!., a'.U tostlll the claniot- I will r.Hitaii.... ..n,l o..c ti.a, i.4ii-.ull nt thv 11 r lonei Ml, w,ll,wl lo w,1!.,!rnill,1 -l,U.'llm,ol,lln,,-..u-i.rtK. -- hih. m u.. prlir M I h.ne iKiiht tluni and thc inii-- t l.i ,'"?' ,,K'l,,ri' :oi"- - 'V I., .in. llllll l.tllllll vnurswVetin.au,-f..u.i,.fautai ?!' S ..... 4d. ... .,1... ' ioik ttnnplete and tluv nliiiuant 'U'RMsH ,v Rl ss. ... .v.,.., .,,., .,.1-- . ,1.f,.t. I ... I ... .... ...... ... '.i WHS IN HOTEL. . ( ' .1I1I..I. l...rlir..l ..... worltl . p ini; '..... ..lipHraucioi. imniiw iwh u'l luriilii. 1 Mil istbeni I'm- rallini:. I mean " itt miml." '"' mJl ,'."1 that itlteis iiewii. Ulol I'uniicr and uml '''s had never timcled nit the railroad. Shei'.'i" W. L" IIAII.KY, Turn.-rille- . ' riien you cnnteutplate unlnv' into'Iremarke.l ton frien.l at the y i.iu. ih.i d. 0mu.t.orl hiki , station thnt lMslUtss?,, """"" Cough ! and Cough ! ! and Cough ! ! ! A: it would be her llrst ami perhaps last 'i'" TO ' I have made armnumuuts," ho said ride on tho cars. Several ilav- iil'ovht m tin- nri .. tin. na.i.n n utii ci.tnh SOME FACTS nii-e- . Sealed propo.al will bt- rvcenoil for the ion ""'-i"tnopuu a larp ivtuil Ifriundsin Iowa icceivtsl wui-t- thin in a hollow .ihtH and .nil Lte,.,r)i,i.' u.irior ' CHICKEN t ruction of 4 she mile of the Highland Jt a ln-HcriXi C hvrr loiuh Sjrtip will I,had ,,..',, inoiim i.inicctiniiitry store." About the Carriage Trade. turnpike, in I.IikoIii cauutx, from the pre The',,, .,,. re,Ktr )llirtM1Bh nt()mi , , mi the train. ,. nt Soiilht-rto Vavniljurg. teriinnii I'roj o.aN Ill, tieorve! " exclaimed the beHiiti- Wi- ivi.nt to .iuri Hit people of l.iniiiln lotinty ivill be coii.idercd for noise anil evcltement had been too much 'ltrtl.uu ncheiwi-- , imt ,m mniai fan mi.t the whole or kectiou, of' ! iltll-- . lluiii; hernelf into that they cut bn any icliuk- tiny wan, risht nilf and inntractk will be let 011 l.i. I .S.itnril.i) in fill uirl A K. Iiiii, dniKJji.i ii.ir.Hiie it for her. uoo Klein rcerieil to ihi-uall hid. and a jj.hhI ;i they cm llti- in Stanford a his uruii, "theii:ht nf your suH'erin is I'rotile and spcvllicaliini can be ten and whir . eUe. I here n not uiiIiiiih iuforiii.itiou get tht-t- anywhi-rA coriesiioiuleiit altiibutes Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I tijit apiiluaiiun to the un hi" new am yours!" iMoit- - than I can hear. r.iiliu.oftifty of Stanlnil a larger or better deriKtied nt hi. oflu-- r in sinnltirtt. growth nt liair to the I'reipient Use of the uc m tin- world for nu, The Chli-ay17 W. H .MII.I. i:K. cIclU-iTrillium. stock of lluKKti-f.irriase. Siirrcjs rheum, Ceier yolks 01 an e"a After nibbini: his head ' "" I'lueloii., Iliuk I'.ainl Can. anil SpriiiK Wiijti.n ' ''' "'! thai.tve not. lntieiu .toil. Ml ol lliein li.lc examinatinii nf the thoroughly with the volk, he rinsed it oil'! ,'.e'1 h"n,'Js chlll;u,,,l'. , "' H. iKMitiM-l- j curt-pilei, or no paj rcoiiir- - been I . .. ith from tin" Snind.trd M.tiuifaclurer nf water, ami he advises nthers ni i, f, j.,wra,ct,i , thetl teutl botly 01 John .Martiuo. who t.d v ,.vric ...faction, the tnuntr .mil it nuiiiberol our .tylt- - were built SBT mtfi .iHBJiS'mjk STANFORD, KY. I'm,. ,? tcm per in the Jersey City Hospital, sIhiwh that heemiiiny bahl to follow exnctlythesame t.r tn,.ne retunded . with :i .pci.il new in the nam of our cmloinir H. I'ennj. snnfonl, K, a. He thinks the tieiitment ellica-Wc have einv fine ll)hl carnajr. and utirrvy. Olliieoit t.aiict.ter Street, oppo.iiet'.iurt Home the man luul lived six tlav after a bullet coui-se' ' ;.. 1.1 ..1.1.1. Ha.ingrcnioted to this place Irom Liberty, to' that Clin not be CMclltd lor Injhtue, In an I y. .iiaitimi ..: the bail naxeil tliroimii his neail. ii ...1... cious necaiiM' 01 ine sulphur in .1 Renews Her Youth call, attention of the t)lf and iit:illt. Wi-- hi.iidln ...riou iill.llitii-.-, practicetohit profcuiott, he wjll the ready while cleaning -- Scientillc Ameiican. pub lie accitlentally shot himself the fact iht be at Mr. I'hicueChc.to. I'clcrvm. CLiv C.. loua hut inihi-nuork ue bainlle oult the better dav tir nivlittoan.ufrrall.m nun .iv all hour ....n.. fell, the follow 7. I nutitv I'liVMicinii innveise 11 ie vol ver. ;,,,,!.! rem.irkal.le Mory, the truth of grade of nucli. A .r..i.tl......i. i.. Tinny ear. ofliU lile were .pent In Stanford and for he deem, it uunece'sarv lo .peak ol hut ability ai 1. rcstilc..lof the ,on, W'e our craiU-namade the atitoinv. Hi filllllll that the .... I.,. ,.,i. .....I.... f'n .....I 'Oiieii :... . .1 iiuilottn priic. xpbytUIan and burgeon A .h.ireol thf patron, .iii.i inn. Hie- I ..111 7J year, old, lute ,,,, M,,,.,!,,, , "".' troubled with kidney with the iu.illlj-- ; iin.tri.tbly tell our Ihepcopli-obullet passed ,.' .Slanfordaiid .icintv i.ike.l NVlli0 ,ir.,sh,n , ,,, , -- nJ Ulneile..flir Ul,n fmm c1M,,,,m yc,irk. C(lllia ot ci..lonieri.aiiditlly jul the iu.illly by liim , I... 65. tf cavity n'.ld his clothes II little girl ran ilisplucintj tli.. orpin, on. I without help Now I am fret from lip to him aild ,lrf' jmic'n, m far... e kno- il, and with our M DDirr Idled with blooti. or. universe win pre said: "Mister, please , M ,"'.' "" " M.,. e arc .eldont In lite btt.itie!. of 13 V" bit again. Mam. ' litn.enrk. I oein tli.iuk lo T, ,. llilter TtTi paie an elaborate lepott nf the case. mil iliiln seeynu that time.' - l'hilatlel-- , rnrh.,.,s re,,amy youth .,.,d ,..,,oed com- - dtceived thoiiKh il 1. true that the mot Thousands of dollars worth of dealer or iiuiuufailiirt-- will soniclinics N'ew York Herald. pllia I'less. chic kens dPe every year from Choi pletely all dneac and pain, Try .1 bottle, k and In- tll.utiitointod In of hi. t:ood:btit ," Si, ai . II, I'eiiny' Druu More, T!T" "". 2X0.. It is more fal.il in rhirL-n-: rh.nt. nc willin the ftilurt', a v hate iinarl.tbly done A Itevialists at 'lama, Ia " D.iytonian wmto to Senator In-- 1 . asaiu.t in lite pa.t, full) protect our ni.lomt-THIS pteparation, without ' all wther diseases combined. 15ut the Is Consumption Incurable? ...... .tru( tin.. ... .. .Im...!.... in tu... ...Iiif-- I .li 1.. galls, mildly protesting' against the ac-- ! asked all of the congregation who paid, .11... .....J ..v....'' MIIJ .IfciW. ...IJ I....... .......icuiovi-sri-ooit9 u,!i:uvcry 01 u remedy mat posiaim l the foll.iviing. Mr. C. II Mom., ,1cul-Arose mil an etui .1 we el( hicli i nil aihnniauv lh.it t imt al.t tioh ni me senaior in voting agaiusi mme men- tieiua iu nse. les, Liver-Mole- s, Pim- Ii li i j" ir iiik ,naii mnn n in . "Wa 1,m mi Abicc.of l...nK Ii1t.1ri.1bly ItiHI where chlile an- - lu).ht an.it ples, Blaok-Hoador. ...iv' his Arl inc.-n'i- i Sunburn aud Mnced of its efficacy only reiuires a itiiiliriiiiitiuii nl Mr. uaisieati. ' mid friml and phjulii.iii. proiioiincid mv uu , r. .. .1 from home row applications will rentier the 1. lan. a ator amiably replied: ''Notliingconsnle .....ii- - ....i.u.-- i t,,i uri ifi itti- i.l..l-- i - iniitblo lieg.in tiikinu llr. King' bottle is enough foi We hate lliegoml the lli-- , the tpiabt and most htiilibornly red tkn soft, euiootl, and trial, tlon owed him on siih.t'riptiniis New Di.cttvery for coukiiinptioii, and am iiohoii priii and guarantee to lull, prol.-t- t joii. Whal white. mi- for the forfeiture of. your good opin Viola Croam is not a paint or one hundred chickens. It is guar-antee- d . , ni tl.iril hntile, and able to oter.t-on el.e can ve do f What more tan on u.k Don't powder tocovcr defects, Imt a remedy to cure. urn but the niaiuteiiance of my self-is If, after using of Willow doesn't Wear Weeds" my farm. It i the line.t "Till' ecr made.1' outliiiiL. we tle.er.ti tho inidenfiiui own lotui-- t Itiiiiiperiortoall other preparations, and ' bptU-l.a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly ' reiiiaiks 11 facet ioiw exehnnge. Verv J,,,,,e Miiiiliear,, Dectiur, tibio, .ty: "Hatl t At any r.tle, come and fie nur good and is guaranteed to give satisfaction. At drugIt not inr lir, Klug'k .New lli.ioicry forcoti i gists or mailed lor 60 cents. Prepared by satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Tlu'.v poked 11 poms planter into it true, hut she N nitn-l- jiiven to making Mimpti.in I would hate died of htin 'I rouble.. leitrn our price, and if veil are not itlre.nl Cholera, return it to the undersigned we think )ouMircly ill be. sc Louisville, W'a.gl.en up by doctor. Am now in bel i. is the wuy 11 luiy while the miii .xliirie.s an.l then it hi'U'iii o piny," and your money will be refunded. TOLEDO. OUIO. Ke.pectftilly, bettltb.'' fry it Siimplc- - bettle. free at A. K. , I'l'iine.-: 151U). Ii WKAKK.V, Manager. hoy ileseiilied 1111 oij::inette. l'ciiliv' tirug'ture. For Sail at McRobcru .V For by ate McKobtrti ic Stanford s wit-eke- d , on , 1 1 11 mt v'"iii The Best Value for the Least tail Money, ''W The Best Ape Always the Cheapest HHl-M'- hi. "w illir-htmr- Ik-hi- .......i I- - - W, ,. ,,,. ,,,, 1 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c. ,, ,,,., ,,, ha-on- ly ' 11 ., ,.,Vt ,,.,,., ..... 11 1 UL ? JCXM. " G ML "t ......... 1 ';; 1 ,, .i . THE LOUISVILLE STORE! Stanford. Knt.-rpri-- --- SALINGER, Manager. ' e F. Brinklcy Clt-rV11 , '. a-- 1 1 1 -- ..... : W. B. PEJSTITY , v- '"' 1 ' e ...... ,,. T T' ;" """"'' """? T'i """J ?, .... cau-.M.i iS-i- WOOD -- j WALLAGE, II. WILSON, Men's Outfitter -- ,i,HMntl "' THOMPSON BOYD. 1 Kentucky, . j 1 1 .. i- -a ..... ,..,.. .......... ' m" - eertl uiH-ki-- THE NAPIER IIOl'SE, ri a-- I'uc-il.i- 1 - .1 ....... r 1 ,.-......- "'' '' - "l' Attention, Coal Burners. 11 1 .v-t- on-li-.1- , tn-fo- lWi; ,,"r -b - - I 1- .. "r .... ... SAWMILL FOJRSALE! 1 ' ,. ,n s, I 'ie .......... i'ci-puoii- , .... 1 ...... ,., iiiiu-rt-n- ' ! !. - - r'$eh. . THE GALT HOUSE, eul. --- --- 1 r . i....r iiein-eiiiriii, i . i 4 .. - - sii-Ui- i ..- . , 11111:11 1 Im-i-- niood-Make- ' CmTKACTQUS! - ... ' l - Cholera Cure s - ulr.ll ,.t - irui, 111 - , t itost-uiortei- n 0. lut-ntl- ArilOBERTS, M.D.J . - l. ' 1 ,,., ' , """"' .1-- ...., .1- - ''' 1111: l ln-c- ' ieir ,,,. l ji-ti- v. r KV&T1 l LA UN - - . CIiolaCream ... . I. 1 .i.i. i.i. ii'tiT 1 1 --p-;l!s . .u -- ,a: f;' '' P a, ..'....... ti two-third- 111 a so-cen- I e nt-e- ton-lnit-- J a. c. uiTTivrcrt oo., Sijk'i, Stanford, Ky, Su;z, " ""'TTir Semi-Week- ly InteriorJournal Ky., I3. SrAXTOKD, April 2i, 18S0 W. WALTON, con-liolle- r, l!in J i I l K I i h The seem, of the day weie themost I'ev. C. IL.Moise.of l'iesville.Tenn.. remarkable in the histoiy of populating a prouiiiient lepublican politician is uni being graphically the West, and mtionsare tiPlng iiiiule in II.iltiniTire to der arre.st for counterfeiting. by coiicsp'.udents uu the .spot. kill-tIn Mason county, S. C, robbeis '"":-fc,-":"':::''" ! The fertility of the country and its j a family of six persons and l.arned Hf!n';.':"?r . desirability, it i" s.iil, have been their ltodies with their homes. U is far from greatly overstated an that IohIh.v is the 70th anniversarv of The full letnrns fiom the Massachu'atter leaving Miller's olllee in indigna- being the "tiaiden of Kd.-ntlie boomOdd I'ellows nnd will be ap-when he was of 44.HMI the onlci of ... to retiun setts election show a iiiKJority tion and .... ... i i.. i.. ers to imagine it to be. ...,... .!,....( everywnere. i ne i.op..meiv mi tl... account was unlawful. Milfor. The The uieel- of .mi- wai esscis. III tin ",nl"r Wn" f""''d"d by Thomas WTI.loy, ', ler had made himself obnoxiou, concern-tritl1(. J liu.i:itsin iii. enjovs 7i hunorof hav- ., . ....:.. ,.: lu.rl.m- f A i.ln ..Mt.lile.l .. lo- to MX " L'stltblished a l.xlp. ill lhlltlllllllV. . waimmovablo. it and Judge Durham i.mn it'... ri.snii.u iiiiiie niei a miu ii.iiii This lodge oiiginallv had live ineinbeis. I'ubed States of over This is the real reason for accepting th nourishing female college. As is usual 'Theie are now in the order over ,0tX) William K.wiis, in jail at Ander- odeo'.s resignation bofoie his Miree.--.u- r the bovs atteiitt.t to force their atten-lodges and inoie than VW.tdHI iiiemlhi, .., i siiu. 1iiI.. triwl to mtuinlt suicMt hv .....ii.... i u.iu simimntiMl. hut it N irixon out tis tiu ;..,, ,kl. i most o them in the uitcd tate.s mid Windom that .linlge, nil,tv pie- by SecreUiry Tin girln boiv tiie inflietion of ,,,,t,'n't "'"' t1'xnt with a Caiinda. ' tine J.iirhamhud inspired some newspaper t, ", ,Ii;,ritn, M. Slvi,ml niljlK ' Unit -- "' ilUon w II Mtss,e FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. against the admini.stmtion and u,cn forbetenm-to be a llillwltli- tUtonifV-llt- p the l,U .ii.n.sitmn for Civil' , . wv , .de , to stop the imiceed :.ul withdniwn WikjI wante.1, liVl.iUM iHiunds, A. iil'k standing .lol lv s orig inn! Hnms-oman ' on tin. .moiiiiiI Service 'r.,,.m,,,j, int t iti.. i ationl a 1(H)', ,, T. Nunnelley. " that he could not stand llnrrl-.- ii nml:ft , ,.h., lwtM, t eJ fumiMitoiM Il'TK. ..-.:.. Thie.'gool milk cow.s ami lves for1 .1.. .. ; . Tiw acton of tile powers ., no k'niit ,tu ,....:.. 1.....1- ''"-uirii C I of Con- - Hile. Iliieh cergeiit. .1 tmdtiee a bill at the next session f their bat be has only serves to ineiense inenlltU Mv,,n, suits had been Igreas for the election of postmasters l.v Tliu lluti'hcmft fanuof '22' ere, ..ir..,.fl(iu ..... ..., in which .Indue Din ham if held ....;i...i 1... .1 . "lllil.l ...1 .ssilgllU.Sl .1 .n, ,in-'l ir.i ill." mile, from I'aiU, sold foi .l uul,v(launKT.itseveiywlieniiiliiMikesinint , V.. The bovs no feaitullv mmi ami ' I'ti W. (.nines, Jr., bought of Nuol, coufes-e- s Wuri-Ta lor that beam! ' ue moruooiHi hi ins n.iui Statu. "l1, vow to be revenged. four otheis. meluding a deputy sheriii, of Madison, a combined gilding for SI SO. i Wasliington s M. 1. Llkin iHiught of .lattifs islv- IN- Mlnt Tin; IV.mkfort Capital mi that those ,ook ,1."' I'lninmefrville. Ark., pendent, who ha liad opportunity to ens heifers At 2 ' and milk cow for i !,,,x "" '""' ,,,1,n,s' '' on the matter he allirms, newsjmper-- , and jMiliticiaiis who me los- iOSt hiniM-l.:W. Tlie seal catch for the lust six weeks WHIiitni Morton, of Itiickeve, sold to! honor for .Judge Dur- - ing s,.... on account of tbo tear that the says: "it is an J0O.I. C. Kooitisou, of this county, a nbe Mini to be dismissed from the service State convention will be, tdled on t ,.n. "!' the omat of New roundliind is ' rest tltfIPi"WN nmnwat ow iim.iw. . sai is colt m Si. lie Inu, ' Au.Iitor Hewitt, under these eircitmstmice; It is not customary to valued at only 5,.'.." then. ecotd. It can be truly souls in WIIIIkui Totter oM to .lake Mobiti-somade a splendid Uov. littckner declinwl an invitation t a eombiuutl gelding for $1 10. and the governor, stated that he has conducted the busi-- endorse any mlicer totbecenteunialbatiipiet.it New York bought of C. I,. Kxbiiisnn a - and even this has has Sea X:e. gio.vo to l such n..s of bis olllee honorably, eonscieucolt for $77. tiouslv, and carefully, and it is doubtful a prj,,m lnt.ine.ss t hut it is no longer a when informed that .1 deposit of -ICincinnati goo?i butcher .i.ttle' BAR6AIVS IK' tt?fiWV?5 RWWT WPl'fTx MIW T??!!?? PIVVM P.WM f. if any man iiaa tilled the otlice with as' compliment. As for inducing the .ui,. would be required of him. During a tenitie thunder toi m at are in demand at .V. to I. W WMiW, "" for the people's money as' ordinate otlicials of tlie Statu govern-- J blpper.s ftre,""""M,,' "' much raie Trinity bike. Ct., .1 hon-- u was .truck by .lull at :Jto4j; lings are easy at I to nincut, that idea had been hwrd oi Milton J. Durham. Mr. Cleveland garded hinlas one of the idost correct until the luxuriant imagination of .0111,. Uuhtning and an entiiv family tendered 4.M); steady at ."J to oj; y.rlingj Fresh Btown Loghorn Eggs for Sotting. bionglit it to tlie front ""'otiseious, two being killed. lambs I! tott. and upright men in tlie public service.- - bright yoiing-te- r .lohn 1. Mciimtb, a magis- Wm. Ling, miller at Walh'B distill-- " The onlvcla.s of men with wboiii.Iudge iand 11S...I it to point a paragraph about ,r5"L' 'or " nuniber of vwiin in Louisville, ery, ground claim Auditor Hewitt. Dtirhaui was unpimlar were the U7i bushels of coin In one was given lM hours in jail and lined jl'. hour Friday night, on u pah ot IMSurtoii, Main and Somerset Streets. aent-- and men who desired to get their top burrs. . ' iy .imlgi' lOney, for attempting to urine This is Miid to have downed tho bet ." " ""' """.'-'"..'. illegal accounts approve.d. lli.sstn.tbusi- d its oeinocr.uie mm lepun- - a juioi. :...! liotiirt. in ttniivfift iy umiifii in the county. 1'atis News. hcan vote, the spectator, a demoer.itie Lvbrook. of Patrick conn- ', Ini? the nubile business .....tmilii.Hllv oaoer. Is, Capt, K. T. Ibcliester has already ... .i - .l,;..l, l.,u i.,ill'..i...l u. ...f.ir.tlf l IIOUI Islolli. to nil nvtniit ' ' engaged IV.OOd btiiliels of the new eri.i. of sved hundreds of thoiisan.ls ot .lollaisl' 1,, ..1. ii. m ii.ni i in, .; iioui .1 injiu iom'si iin's, ..ivs, nevenu ii.uioieii ... veted at tin 70 to 7o cents to the treasury. The amount of money limn folio to a while tlie re- - people are homeless ami begging for wheat at Ltiittioil w tiitti ....l.. -. .it (. tanford Holler Mills. ".,KIIUUl....u-.....-.S..s.RV. the , snspend after a bread. Ml . r....... .... ... .. 11. .1. ... j,ml(i(,UlMle,.t iiv mm ... iin.l semeu 1... 1.:... !.. mm .uinjiiiii-iuii- i In her Imirv to get teady to go to prosp.s-- t for a large ciop wa never inoie cxisten.v of alsnit 'J mouths. .l to lie has had to piecarious promising. ..... .ta .l!.l...ti... .,itr.i.l.l. ... The m.iioritv of the ivmihlic.ni voters in Orton's eiieus. the Rtrlioumlle News . WUTI'll Iie:iIIV .IAI 1115'lll.lllii fev.no I. TMtil r.l.u .1.. ....... 11. ...... .... .... , ........ . mveiw me win 01 uie taie is. ..e. jfvi.mi una- - savs. Mis, Ottie Potter fell and had one; . ... .iii.f....it mid .... i.aviugoui .1 :. e.ej i.iwus .iii.'....., ...... ble to read, 01 there would be "iter eyelids loin clear out by a pair of '"'liu'i'ths the farm iiK.n which ho mis lewer re- - of .ide-- to W. P. (Jivens, who will it b remarkable that not a dollar M).mw(.Iii lost tothet,overnment. ' '"Uivate it. He and tlie old ntl(.nieiI ()f th. s it is suit.sl that Washington Hni tleman have lived theie alone for the ... ,..!... ""'"l-""""is to celebrate the Washington Dealer In 1 Dow v in Louisville the other day a in grand style, 'llst live years. centennial next wit-young husband, vho.e pretty wife bad I he new hansa x .m.(.Illu:,(.atJl fl0m city track will be li'v tub the first to be named for the father lieen greatly annoyed by the attentions m.n) h n (, .j c completed utfOUt . uly J. I Im nnpiove- '?ill of his country. .. ' . l.I nn.I lieiollP. . - .v .It i 01 a masner, g.i om ...-mem. ,.,o.M ami win in s,kcr wah ;...victim mid hi 11 ravingM ... .John W. Leu w. of M11 met. eh .. s ..!...(..- aii-i- ;.l. . STANFORD, KY. 1. in.' cowhide, laid tor the teiiow. .11 c,, .'i v' 1... .,... ....1.1... i... iiii.n .....1 riu. . .... :i.i. .. t um i.nu iii' uniiiK iil..ii- . r. w..r tin. . ..nt.. in. iiktihi ;.r. ...v... ,. ' .. . . I,.nn ,111,1 l.,llUllll, n.ltllllH'. ..ice ,...,...-....n a jjuuon ot whisky aul m huckets of swii 1..U11. ..."..t. Owens- - 'oupi'itheatre with a seating capiwity of ' and . ,, ,)()urs ImilW,ins:hlM lectorship who .John Felam! the I5ron,ton j 10.W'I to lorce hmwlf as usu- - wat(,r wrong, he , IteHt l(. (Ul wiUMIl,wCo!. al uiMJii the notice of the young woman, (hmll .t)i, nlit )jt -- Tom .old to A. T. Nunnellev j jf(tr . Wof) llllkllflWI, With the rawhide under her apron she tjmii, t) huo f(jm hK noufj mhiI t unUl ir)rmlv (( for ,R. IW(wk C(,, Co ;,.. ,Mrn.u of Window rather tolle.1 hei i.elecutor along until . ,.,'.:.. corn delivered on tlie cars at ftf. Tom! All ilrlufct-is- . :.. .1... v n..i ...f '.ii . ' 'i 111 1111; .mi v..,i-n Ever exhibited in Stanford. Furniture and Undertakers' Stock is reached tlie place ..t she ve -- ml the corn at the fera like fate, but all are liable to. there- - ville, died Tuesday, his death beiiigl",.v"",,0"l .- .full and complete. We call special attention to our uami '" fH '"' t lo"l about M fore if you would lemain on the side of raused bv worrvover the litigation be, ""' Joveled lus weapon al in- - ma, hit, v no mk ban el, by shrinkage and the rats. (ii m no uw tween hi'mstlf and partner. Telling him that A lN,,,t '"' ,inillUe IIOt. fftory in Walters, a prolligato and di,-an inch he would let daylight moved ni" in " nl" ,)f lu,) "xontlis. made a net Knglish army oilier, wedded to The best Casket of the kind evei' invented. A: nuthkii decision of Looter Tanner the masher came to through hi? Pm,5t "f V.'..000. e.pial to tle per cent, began to belabor, will have a very debilitating cH'eet upon an actress ami living like a !oid, donned a halt aiidthe wife It use.i Embalming under the most approved method when desired. full evening dress in Chicago and com- - "l" the amount invested. ' him with the lash until be begged pile- - the treasury, as it piovide a way for ' ,0',, t"" "1 beets, and produced l.old ' milled Miicide by taking moiphiiie. J. C. McClary, Salesmen and Embalmer. v for met cv. Then under a olcmn numerable increases. Hereafter, he .a vs. hi, game total dNability ,,., be held ,0 exist !. .0.1th that he would never . o S ons o . woman, he wa, per- - ...1.... .1... auecieij nieiuiier. iy ICIISOII Ole iiir.ru in." iiiiiiiihi 1. 111. i. 1111.. III.ion her orauv other The genend avenige condition of tlu dude wound, iiijuiy or disease, is iimOuss in innounces that lie mil llni!i the niitted to go, the worst - Iteioie, the puisiiance of ordinary manual labor, ee rn by an additional expemlitute of ' Am'iic.ui wheat emp April II, tli-- t ever lived. The ivinedv Ina to ihe monthly tepori of the miles have .0 only but the ca-- e demanded Mich tr. utmeiit and by iiiaiiual laboi is meant such woi k cultural Jtepartiuent, was til per cent, j"e-w"e- : and the cure will no doubt hcltistingiind as is eommoiily done by day laboreis in ISsj, nDK.TJC3-a-isA great Masonic jubilee was held inj" letter showing than any since the ordinary acceptame of that teim. permanent. when the average was XtA per cent, in ..Y..ik W.Mln..s.iv uhen 717 ll-e- s. ...... 1.. iiiiioiio ' the llinntll of Alilil. Tlie licrielitHee of rvrTT-i- t 1. ......1.:.. ,... . Si:xroi;s (Jr.w and Slierinan liavi with a nnnxrci O .Ji iiiii ij nu,va. des. unJJB, DUUIVi, nmmTn.Tn,i.r lAilUnilK X Tin: prohibition sentiment fallen oiitover the spoilh and are abus celebrated the extinction of the debt lu" ',i"',K eiopis , pei cent. $2S-&- ) tined to die In the place of its biith 11(1 ..1 4W- FANCY ARTICLES, &C imn t .nmi Ililk kivtl iti t in tint i.hlI "iini in il" ll r' Hugland States. I'ii.st New ing each other like flshei ,oiii"ii. iiuav cii'ated during the Mor an excitement tlie New IT few week, between 'M.iMM and Kl.OOtt charge., Hierm.m with bad faith and .lis- - oO years ago. n pre then Kliode Island and now l'h) Uampslme, ripiioi i, rr. imfKtnii A k . Mis. Mary Myei.s, a Louisville wo lb., of wool at 1 cents per pound. I'atni-- , r. Massachusetts have voh d against con honorable conduct, but such a charge, i tl I was never loomng tne, with hail grace from .0 notorious man. 70 vcais of age. has .sulfeie. I fiom ""' wneai tin l immndnient., piohibiting stitutiou ome triisks.:tera, ihiav. They me all a bail dioo.v over Klof thuin. and ha, in that better at this seavht of the year. mautifai Him Hi, kmIc of iiititxifjitinir I'loiigh, when thev fall out lion- - time been tapped 107 times. The hist ot it has aire.ulv begun to head out. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WATCHES, n, I ..I.m.iI.iii Mi.s held iii .Mas"' gal- Junius It. I.eavell, of Cryautsville, lost " was a few days ago, when neatly Kd their , Inc. KuihusettH, the greatest of the New CLICKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. from fire his l.uge b.nu, containing tluee lons of water weie drawn oil'. Jand States, and the result was an al- ,.:i,;riM! CltAU,NS , th, nUourville I'n n Inner C. II., Vn., Scott lluiley, litiero.ulsteis, about 7 bairels of com I'.ver lirniijht In Ihomafk'l At Halifax most overw.eluuug defeat ..f pioh.bi- - NVttls ,,, Jlht r(1ll llie tnwe.i. Will hti, lu, lit and Jewtf j lie. mM negro, attempted to rape a young white and a number of valuable farm implels .,,.,. -, ,JH juirnl on ihori'noti-- nnd wirr.,nr,l tion, .lie n.ajo.itv against ..be.ng stated 0IIt s, ilvix-at,.;,.,.., woman. Hi was ane.sted, confussed Ids ments. nr..ii:i( Coi allthewayfmnin to .,.).KI. Ilav- - in,, i(1 sa,k in , Wis. in. .1. A. I.'aiiisey, and was hanged hy a moh Iioui ing tried p.oh.b.lion the people of that ,,. ,,.,. ki(bv WISV ,,,.i,u.. crime imiiu iioui which lb me Young- - ' auctioneer, leports about iM0 cattle on mm 1. bl'ellllO nave 101 coiinoein-ing the circumstances, though if he were till laliii ?f er w. hanged less than year ago for a 'k """ket. Twenty head extia steers, Af it, anil ate now lor high hccii.e legula-lioto kill the postmaster we have no doubt and 1 U eilt I. pound,, brought 1 similar o.l'en,e. , he could be acipiitted on the giotiud ot wa, ' preniimn on the head; :W good steei-sIJuck Combs, a noted v, jiHtiliable homicide. ( lbs., kllk-iltitMtliitt 1W IHiim.K ?:i..i:i: lOhead.l.lll) in tlit hir.M-- ut Arnnou Htwin's long promised ca.ves oiougm t.o per ...ii; mgoo.i !.,. coitntv. Wednesday night, lie fell ,.n bels suits against L. K. Casey, of the Cov IIkwiit's libel ,uit hasn't '''' u it dry spell lias s.u ion, ington Commonwealth, and V. Y ''"'"'Owcushoro Inoiiirer woith a cent It his face shot twice in tho bowel, and ' ;. ,a ..i,.,,.,,..! nothin-in the leg by a load of buckshot l.v allected the tobacco beds 111 some C. C. Uiveiis, of the, OwwislHjiii-(.ni,,it ,.on..a ohee and ' Impiirer for S.iO,)() each, have at last j,10ve ami if it does not it is icady to fiom a shotgun Ihed from an upstairs paitsof the county. In other places rious complaints aie made of tho intoads over llargis' stole. been tiled in the .loirerson Com t of Cm- - turn over to him one 01 the best news .piestioii of jiiri-li- .-( City of I'aris on her liist trip to of tlie Hy. Democrat. The The )il)(,r pmp., ll(.,, j moil I'leas. ..., .....1 tuiiKoiitsjllcof our the State of Ken- - New York consumed an average of l'.s.") The Kentucky Association successtion caused tne oeiay, 0111,11 larger contempoiahi the day w hen fully inaugurated its lOOthiacingannivei-sar- y he iiileht have chosen any other conit liiwf bjuisville. tons of coal per day. Wednesday at Lexington. The first .she scored l!S knots, it " probable that in tlie State to tin one he did. lioth A. L. Sharp gets the postolliee at at least ::M) tons of coal were binned, race longs, was won by ehatge Hewitt with complicity in papei ijueen of This would reptile over --',000 tons for Longl'oll in 1:17, .Maivhma Tale's defalcation, claiming that no nth-- r I'oekliol.l, Whitlev couutv. A. Iiidley's pork packing house, trip ami a dead weight ot t,iHM,(K) Trumps :M; second race, for maiden construttion of his own testimony I furlongs, won hy Dailillies, 'yeai-old- , Cincinnati, burned; loss pounds. Mil be adduced. I!. L. Kiiiham has lieeft appointed The l'lesident of tlie Hoard of sy F. in .'.L'; Oraeie M. ".M, Happiness Health of Sanford, l'la., has notitled Sur- :d. L. M. Lasley ran Silence in this On: friend, . I. M. Uiehar.lsoi., of tlie I'. M. at .Meadow Creek, in Whitley. -- At a meeting of .lones his mare, l.ady.Ioncs. Glasgow Times, lias reached the topmost the council of geon tieueiiil Hamilton, of the Marine race and The IM race, furlongs, was won in 1:071 ; Will keep constantly on round of the ladder of fame. A jackass Paris tlie licyiise for flailing liijuor was Hospital Service, that a ca,e of hand a large and select line of Furniture exists in that city. Kvery piecau-tio- u hy Orayhon, ralisade I'd, Samiuitan, anhas been named for him and will sing raised from $100 to tiOOaml beer license and Undertaker's Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods to jSO. Theie aie upwards of lias been taken to pieveut the other of Lasley'ri horses, '.U. The t t li bis praises in that melodious strain so from to tins Kentucky ear. Whoi, 10 place, in that city vvlieie li.piois are spread of the disease and no danger is raiv, 0 furlongs, wastakeu hy Miss Hood can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be confamiliar vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. lelailcd. in l:U'0, WaNatch 'Jd, Cheenylsl. apprehended.. Jim llieliar.lson! nth having been aluuptly accepted hls'muwKsor wan named. The reason for this summary action grew out of his disagreement with Attorney (Jen-orMiller in regard to allowing Chief Supervisor of Klections D.nenpoit an claimed to have been account for expended for airiage biie, line badge, .fudge Durham positively refused iVo. qpass favorably on it, even after tho K.M" it President and Miller had and some sharp words passed between the Hooker law paitnerof the president ..ml the honest Kcntuckian. the latter .li'Doi: Dlt.iiam is no longer lirst Iiis resignation tiinleil March Ins-fo- re Thk grand rush into tin promised hunt j NEWS CONDENSED. red at nooiP .Monday, I of Oklahoma i -- valt trust is the latest wlifii it is said tlutt Ih.OoO people ciossed J paper mills in tli Hi"f rc tin' line in one minute. Hores were1 vj goaded to their utmost speed in thc , .... ......... mm -.- .oc . .imirii, scramble fm desirable Iniins ami the Walker in Louisville, was aeitiitted. in an in U.OOO.OOo acres wereorcunied The examining surgeons in the pen i time. The rapidity space credible sioii service are paid f 1,000,01k) a year. with which work was done is shown ih A liotel is being built at l'ewee Vul the fact that w here a wilderness Mood in lev, near Louisyille, forn summer resoit the morning, the city of (iulhrie appeal .1. W, Sherwood ha, been appointed ed at night with lo.lkM inhabitants, a j daily newspaper and a superintendent of I ranportutlon on the fn),00' bank, a postolliee. A town eleetion ws held in CAD. Mr.s. lirover i,.evoiami 1ms leased a the afternoon and a iiiiinieip.il govern-- I a. Marion, Mass.. for the. vimim: nightfall. Thi-ement inaugurated before "-inside of '2 niurdeis hadaN'i The civic and industrial parade of Iioui.--. thougli theie were no general colthe coming Washington .vntennial w dl lision of interests, as had been piediet-ed- . be nearly I.", miles long. The motion for u change of venue wi j 'til si ill. .Lain, Ala., was overruled and tho trial! I, au.,,s , wltll ' j "ittrder of his wife and two children and ., th.V I llitviiti mut-iln- i nt ,.,,,, -'0 ,' e. I i WllSoVl.,..i. carcass ill- inuii lost live.s at the hands of a short 11" posse Nworn to protect him. Now is your chance to buy n The line ones of lOojOOO pounds weight, whicli the Vandalia hns re- 1(ljv ed fi out the Pittsburgh Locomotive winks, cost but sH.OOO against fhU'iX) thico yoais ago. The new passenger en- - their loio-motiv- jut U,IM. , , , Illlh. wM ,mt -'- ,. ,, ., ttt.Bjllir .;,. jn7w. TT N TT V T . , - mmaud- M't. ll;..,llo Munell ,,f t,," w being l.onie.1 In ,,,r the most eiithusiastie manner in I'hila delphia for wi successfully isciiins the Denmark's : helpless pisiple, I'tepa- - Mnl. KflP XJ XtWOVt V KOP y -- 1 N . Y . , reeriess, ". sl sen-em- "" In I -- " 1 i oos.-rve- . i H.-- Y. Beciuty of Hsbron, N. Y. Bupbank ! g ! - - : r - -. i 1 '' SEED POTATOES The Best Seed Sweet Potatoes. 4 I -- tin-typ- e ,il. .sin" e r.,r,t..., l,l"'ut ' di-,tli- ' . M I,w.-.iu.t- . 11 iii-i'i- . 1 ,.. -, . .- -. -a- .... 1 -- - ' 1 )0. j i G. ak:i5k: PAP;N:U "'" t:ourior-.louinar.- ,rre' hk 1I-3- M Jli) S5 - ' ." f iloi-s- A;XI) 'If.CC 1 h-.i- c'. n ! exi-p- g SI-- Shells lor ;ntes, Walks, " , n - ""' i I '''' sln-e- I I 'iie s . J. Clerk. ice-ol- 111 . 1 ' Slli-l- , 11 .!-- .i.i. m : 1 .... 4. - i 1 .- ' ....... ,,,; ' re-ol- d l !,. , 'gen-whic- h B3 11 WEA11E Goods! iMU-nU- , 1 j I 11 . 1.-- 1 iiiii-11- . - .... ... -- ti. fni .... . 1 Furniture and Undertakers' ..- . ....... . . vi,-rluli-houv- .. o . . ..--- 1111 . wt ( , u-i- - 1 1 ii- The Largest, Cheapest and Assorted Stock of Wall Paper, Ilorcler, Celling Decorations and Shades H.sei-.ci--.- . j -' '',, ..111-1- !'v 1 ",-- 1,r Cnlilor-grace- d INDESTRUCTIBLE BTJBIiL CASKET, ' cm-as-- !, ; in-oi- re-tr- v '"' - 1 1TZ: .:, ."'""i 'i-j.. 1 1 ciest-falle- n ). w- A0 as. T fjii:;; a vVI y 9 . - - se.-ui- , 11 - - -- I 41 11 h. I 'chJr., rl?? Qu,cfo'T; !( I sl -' '" -"- ?sjrz :. j m. a-. -- l7llf "'l "i-'.- ."1 1I1.111 C ,.- t,. ,!,.,, n. 11 Sl.-.V- , -- lf ti n li- l 1 -- ' l?TTJj KlTlTTD I? J? Ulill ilD M (M'i'iMAiN, MAI i 0 UKlj! 0 T1! IMfOP, 9 DIPT "'L . , Ml I. 1 yellow-feve- r ."1 & 3emi-Week- ly Interior journal TANI'OHD. . 1X3,. Ky., ..- - .v. Al'KU. W. . .,. ... t . in i .IMnrt(fur -- . MEANS BUSINESS. ami niunmti'tl. Wwiid iind jcwelrv upsuiod erop, (.arde.i seed, n.-l.tNiniiiii-j.isj lereivedat.McKoliertsA Maw. L.Miiinn (titideii Seed freHli ami in hulk or pwkane, at A. It. iVnnv s, Tin: hoot iilaiv to buy 11 A.Il.l'enny. ' J v.m,;": s .1 ...1 ....1... ....1..1... book.--, .lrutrs, ... : Mrs. Dr. Hmrnc and little son. l.uip'x uuhYrv for r.no cabinet nemlfiy. Ho Ih the Adonis of Congress: mIk liitiictsotuu uiitl possessing ail estate hcait, of your city, were tin- guests of taiifnnl. -Mrs. .1. 1. Sandifer tic first of tli.' week. f .)00,o(X). A of democrats will be There is no truth in tho storv that Miss Moody Porter, who Inn been spend- Ih'M at iMirvAl(1(rHon,H tl, ho married to her lug the winter with her aunt, Mis. (teo. ' ,lt - '' to MJ,wt l''lcg.ttos to the Stato a(,ti;t) Mf U)U( MN Anderson is and Hardin, leaves lor her home ' t'OllVt'Iitlutl. fitrrmluiiMl 1' iirt I.,...,, iM.pli..,..l w ,t ,iiimr inun In tltu In - Mr .litum. WiilLiT Hlltl.,...,.. ucn ttwtt " """"K Hliirt business on Wood street, Cheap-- family, of Ilichmon.L were the guests ol j (. )( ri.l....vuil I ijii s i(. 1)11(1011. inn iirowier, .ninge outlier, iiiim miiiiiv, .r. i.. i... ,u " """ k, UJ i ! ' ' last week. Mis Alva Kcuvcll, onVince-- i cents' with cciv urn CHURCH AFFAIRS. xlHitiuif her friends and ton is worth d pods von puieluiM' of W. S. -- Mvillpreneh at KinRSvillu Sumlny wjliiHiliimti-- M.es I.11I11 and u ... mih- .Itim-tioCity. Hilton oVl,x'k v M, 'l,so nt ni!,,t- ,?' ,i,M " Ki.lltllr T.r.T,. Medi.yil ..i,,,.. "1,11 nil: i.jvJnrtton. Prof. Wiitiriun ami all of the othei .Mav .s IU ami' will tat Hitler Je.sse Wnlden is holdint, a prophets mnv fail in dry weather, but eh,.l,-rcure never Steele llailey. M. permai.unt j mdou. l)iirln the winter Haiiler's ' ,,,, t0 CUthi n ,,, which N I, ,,, out the 011rll Itu-iTrue-pictures. ' - The Great Remedies n.ni.urs r,T ' v ' ' rs A '"''"w ! tlh.fiMin-Hoiwi'lu'r- o ' ii'h' 1 .... 1 '"";' 11 i,. ,,,.;. ."VO K I.I sl'li( II It r i re- - il! 'liltliMMi.i. iiuch .11 Scrofula, I liir-- , I'm ple, I I. crate J Tlinul, W'hiti. MvpIIiiw, hpiliti. In nil it. M.ige, Nt. rml, Ac. Price i per l.ulilc. IMH.i IIIU.N 111 1 1 r lis - lilt mo-- I pk,i..ht in take nf i. II the Iron tout - It cute HyspcpMa. ,ntT an" ,m,,Hr,s "' v' ,"!"s ,,,,ne mi"e, iCc $. priitilpT - i iibwp'i um kiiick am vxpiuen known iu tne me- hub 11 m ,"'1 P"1'""'" at.d tni refer ncn.mtr d. itnlt. It i plni..int in take, w.u xml rclUlc. I'ncc i? yl'r , ,j Is din - "WM"i meni , I ' ; "n s MAONI t Min, , ., ,,r I l'n. ..,. II I'll t.s r..r .til lllftl o.i.p.r 1.01 r..,,,i ,:,, i.p,i-,"- l Dumi ..,M.v ll.aiWK, lre - -- ' a WILLIAMSBURG KUG CO., W'illlauiKlmrjr, Kv. : . ..,, t A 1.j'1'l'l,""-,l,l,'-i Hive yet U "'"' """l pr..sentl pro,,,,,', I. IS. ,,.,,,., 'ompruhen-- ' ,, V I i f uith vinri. UlH VW) OiVt ..tin,. Tin.' ' ........1..,.1.;.. llll'rlllV .rt......li 7 lM' Miclihlilir i.t tht Kn.ih I.n K.r-- t m. c. will m,.t m w .M, .Nti..niIriir;il.-.1Ituptixt is tne second deuominittion in S( fur ibc pur"nluraav Snnilurd point of numbers, with :M)..V.,ir elinn-liewwnuif irt.ia..m nl n.,rd .,tlirm..r. itey. ..r i.j.. ui u -- .. Tl. ...... bit tin en urn: H.ir. ..v., II In shield, plated and pique embroidered bosoms. COLLARS and tf iriM.V rOWI.KR. L'oUJKK have. Mn. m Mih. It. I.i:i W 17111.11s thinkr he Iim a p'uu Itllil iiii'iitiieisiiip the MethodiM fnltli ' are bntnehes of t who, ine ma so in .Irthn J. Hi Mil. A month anil Uiken in the areptte they ntentore Mrs. Jjhn W. Win CUFFS, latest styles, and the largest and of plite 111. iitfo he Uxik him down to Liberty with - iiian tne nupiiHis. iiniiieroualliiH..! 'i..d. r iif tb Coi V. (i. W'bu 11. Hrtlioit sMrAHstiir a lot of buairles mil they --old live, - Hrer. l'.inmett I.o'aii, of the Louis- 'tmif.ird Mall l lurn:n'.. K.,,,1 ( .. lor tSc m. to tlie lsinit- .Momlrjy they tieniti bft here at 3 .tod i S. CAipeiiti'i-wen- t a I'r m1i in die. II rd nf ville Times, is led to remark: . Theie ate clciion of u. .. .. I., k. I.I ... .k. . dr. tr l . k . . of ami wrnt ! tit ame phiee, iriH III W .III. Tui'liiy. Jl.l ..!.. m tanWJ .III '" ..t.i'iav .m M. ..1. .1 ill ilitlereiit telipous denominations in mi; 187, irt to siippfr. He'll pm I. left yeeiilrtv l at - five ino and etMkv m Siusks l'r.ii.iii. "il"' total of :V,T1 this coiintrv, with In Tecks, puffs and and dress bovs ever seen Stanford. tind the ninrrta of her brollier Inlttw, keep John hereafter for pol luck. churches and a niMiubeisblp of lli.Obv ' itiii. Mr. .T. Cmrithors. is the ttpin-- linpp-atiiui a Fiwcn. Mr. John A. I tower. late of Cut, Timmi LW.iTT ih lf mid the '' w I... bus been limit hour majority of us nte out of tho fold; XiZV, "' Hid. 1. Vliii, of IVrssVillo, are bis ff u.r n. it.rJ ..1 ..f It wa-- a I'Veiichinan that expto--- d airunt on tlii division lot evend montlis, L'UCStsof Chi. .Iua. lUlfott. iXy-'"'room contempt for a countty with a score of A. W u 1. u r. VViTiiKiiK is rkrkiiiB l l'tU lit .. l I.T t A .l ra. li in'i niii ..... W" a.... .iii, initM-- i tlli ft H1U II II Oil V Olll Mill ). Hilt 111010 ' H...a. t iii i , ,, iiv urmhut, er. .1. , ',, ' i.u nt ,, "1" in . A. Warren wlnle Albeit eTiince isue- .mm " wan i tiwNiiiK a 1. uhi ' i for Ins tiwitisl fot he eetnn!i He v. John Hell iibson has Murtb also of tbi- - line, lias been IH K ll . ooen ll l lor a Iru i ...... .. siitm. lime tiieiMiriiie a series of StliidnV iu .ii..l nmliur irfth.' .1.. tli.,1.1. r f tin ' ' ' u ' ,:jji.i, ' ' J . ' . ,. . . wt k hflpine Dr. lollni.n out of a rn-- li ,...,...:.. . .vtntm on thi. ,.f.jriii-tl.ii- i. in ' M. ' ........ i ii'. ill1 , iini;i uir irmi , in. nimiv. nut ir rn in Mi;rin mni'at 'n 11.W" wnl will renin in some time. f.f tin veil lh Luther, Knox, .win liwi. i aiuids a ri which rn ir n. . ni imi n'cvni !urOM Aixir. Ih. , who Iims Ih!! nttendiii . f ..1, im,i ,,1 nrs wen lillllcllial fuct.irs. . ,.r. r..r ts the ellorts ul .Mr,. Imm.hi ' J M k,Nsl ebool Hi CharlottesUllf. Vm.. s,,, (ll M,s.Tlwia ' ' iu " Th.'-- .' l.ttun- - will be c..nden-enot ea an aeeouut ot ill netutn. money i.umh iriiui .lino ii li.ilf liniir iii leiietb. Mr v .IttfciR Vim-kI..ki:im.. ..f Ixmiimi, lt, ,,tli.r to Imi Ir. Morris llwuis (;,..in hit leii veil bis material for - lt..ttii,. from such standard authorities ( ..Juthen, anil it 'l'h hurhoMT. ,f t' roerf At W ,r'Mor Unr I'urnpii K"il ( n.. MseuiiiNi ai ovniu'iou. iximplett-k. Mm, lUb fgi tni'l pre.jnted to him this Kncvclotiediu llritanica. Moshe- - .1 Mikmnct tin- t sat.ird Mb. W. H. Miu.Riilntspmeto Kniiik-- week. WV bone the reeii.lent will re- - !...'. v...i...l..rV ',!":r,,Vl,,,ie.."l'.",,i""Ml11""'1'1 fort to the Hortnwn HuuuhiiiHU iMfiiiHi I1.1t follows pride and keep .v. Pr.id nt J W i.t lireeti's llistoty of the (liurch b.,1.1 ..11 ln underplniiinc. II mi before the Cunri of Appeals. llist.iry of KiifliUK-opld'Aubiiie's Mie. l.ttiMi M'Mi..in:iii mid "ii. Heformation and otl.er works ,,f tall. the Tbomn. of 1'nrl .Sotl, Kiih, me viit lecture will Mill1,. i.K lrni'4. '" I il.. Mi.Iii.mII.it I'r t.iTu' nl nnt 1. the ..... lew davs, I. v uriipik.. K but thev were ;'ual authori.v. ll.e t.rst nd friend- at!Te Ins Kentucky ' " .tli.. t ,l,'liv"n"1 ,,",la; iHinJj) In Miv. itc. At "" i......n ie.it lor the needs of veta.io,,. a m i.,r i'. p it.ul aI ,iMin .Mk. Dwiii. Vi.ki:ii and datiebti r. " iretfory the (.real to W ydule. I'r.'iili in iu'l II i.nl .,f llir" tur rir the fti.uiiia A tfo.1 r.in i. belly needed. sever The i Mi. AIHe, of liarmrd, to sv I V"N. I ri.nU in rar. Declines. D B Edmiston Mayor Ibn nide, who is able to walk al thunder clouds that have already vis- of the, M ,. ite.l us seem to cinnrin srotllld OII)e. M.Cwk,.!. W. ,1IN. wiNttlier propliets that we ate to have Tiiiai.i: Mil. V.. ILJiiMiis in lxiuL-toi- i kmi:.n: In . I imi OniKiss-lfK' 1. "I ihi Mnnt ifi. dlid Millirftf- idisturlMtices . K.cflt.. ..i 1.. ..- -. M. r..rnu. . after Utdy Jonex, a t. Martin mare, unusually to the call vou reeentlv madeup - " allwer tt'Hini,,atl. for the leg. .''. X ' ,!! that he has had in training with the tl.U .i.n.r...r. Such storms are s.l. to nu. t - r .r tv ' . follow, a rule, mild winters. Hradley Uros. fince Junuury. iliitun, will Miy that it law been duly ' -- """ "" r"' 1; I.t ll IV M.ni U( Mn.. .Ions T. l.vss, who b.ts been eonsideretl and would be accepted if my TltKUK were 12 lrefore the JK'II- with her patent-- , Mr. tuni Irs. J. M. sion business allairs would permit me to do exaiiiiiier here lie--t week alio VYray, for the last uiouth. returned with W'ih1ii...1u so. Hut ttwiiiK to eii)Mi:einents that I A coimle imiktlv contn,!, and which I her llllMi:ill(l to liuiville Wealllesdav. iwin.it l of iien.i.in .hut,, ..Kent have been tr.u Kw- '"'no1 honombly .lisreyanl, I am mm-el- l j xv. Mrns. John tM. Kn Juk, Kih tlnvt.on recently and succeed-S..r.ijiiirilla, and tie sure you pit it, and the younsMr Anderson Nunnul-1- , d in inducing ever v neirr'i) who was j lx'lleil to decline. It would allord nuwlirti .nt want tlit be! l.timl.piirifier. people of Lincoln the to ley left ycMeiday by pti vat Is Receiving His inveytince the inv to npplv for a I it li lufuriy i.iirs whether S- i- .if HtlHlUllll IL'l. .Ill representative. Hut for i,amtliinj th" matter with them for I'oint r.uriiside, Hliriv tbey w ,.w .V t.ri. llie euro HI CS frvy U JUOOU illlJlM.'.si!i, you in the Ciiiii..rnoi iul .U l. the reasons statetl, I must, of necessity, Mich not to Is' ' "ol "r' low.sl im r.Mtii the .untrv at will. nu Jitiike no rateful n Jim thut I will ever hold in Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Guaranteed, Give him a Trial Cou Jr K. F.m lknui;, of Uehmoud, iu jirtfutMiR Ih:i Joe lkiker, known as "Hvuvci ivjnembnince the evidence of your reswas here Tuesday. He Mtid he hail no er's am, siiruiicei, nut he wotildn't swap Tall," who was hot tell day niro by his j.,.t ixn, conliilence, m. ilirtH-- t ( sINI MKNKKrK. 'in-law. v,.rv Heniit.. Tom Wreim, died at his P. H. Kkmimon. h Ids eliai itouet the MirvevotKhip of unday "JU ,l"' " to any otlior. Tlie Ctnb Orchard. A mil Vi. tno porttof Louisville with any ot ihe ap I1 of mod-rreven at biy AU. We hope hii nlaht. Wivit ha skipped ;iiid well he plleants Hotel, elected li'.iHul iiiimIIi'iups, The trieut did it tciMiit le true, h Is sniil that t will be rewarded. He i a Ayi r's Parsiiparilhi year- - aao on Wock.tway iniieii, :ti W'ri.mt lmd been iiokiiid to hi wife mid UV.1 until iitld tilled the piitiiU before is Mill the most pO- "f over I.VWM). was sold at linker went .ivei to lestoio peace. He '"'" Ular. being m crcai- Verv ereilitablv. ., foi ll" hi- - band to Wienii. who took it, tiun In New York on Hie .Mth er deiii.ni.l tliaa all Etc., uthers iillllbilll'il. leinmkiii-.'"- ! tobl you Id kill vou and CITY AND VICINITY. t L ' "A-.-s .SnrMii:iiilla Is srllltic fu.. I'll do it," mi the .ame time tirln'u' at him j -- Heiny Small, who is to hunt; at 'ever liefiire. I IU'Hr liesillltii to Mouldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, I't hi: i ifi'iuau Millet at McIchIi v Pos- three tim-- s. One Iwll took eil'wt in the Louisville for ihe munlei ol two youim tlmll i .' rjeorjM V. Wliiiinati, ter's. mrls atteinptcl to put out me eyus ot u Prtis;it, .Mlsuiy, 1ml. b iweN an.l caiiMsl deMth. OonimerciHl repoiter by thiowin a bot- " nm afe In saying tlmt my sales of Koi: .eiiulue (Seiinan millrt seed cull f Cedar and Locust Posts. Two Yr:Hs. time lat tu- in tie of some kind ot lluid ihImhI with Avnr' Sursuiirtiillti far excel tli " n 4 tirt- l,t Mil uiniicr aril. tiiivotluir. Mini ii siestlior.iiiKliatlfae-liitii.- " on iH. P. V oaten, rn'irr. iu I'ulai-k- i isiiiiiity, the Texas mii1imimI u1h-into bis fnce. The lJes Mollies, Iowa. L. 11. V sM., Ii..iiics Mam. Vestal went with Andrew and poiter. Mr. I! H. Wlllson. had been ".Vvcr's Siirfiip.'irllla and Ayer's Pills A wiirti K on tint end delay-o- l U'arman toaijest Andrew ll.nu- - Mtnimeiital in wnrkinj: uptiie ease. The lire llie best silling lii.'.llcllies ill my the expre till a'lale hour yesteiilny. hlnte. I mil rccnliiiiiiMitl tlietil , tinj; h'Hir iiiicl.et ti twetn lin for tint stHlut'tion of Kttu NYmmnii. vicious ilevil has been placisl iu iemis to llicklitius, I'liariiiacUt, t Ituseliillil, III. Hiixn new siittjk ut lln.-s- t Candien jut Tho Hamlin Imivs ieited, shot the ism- rvuiitin till tlit day of excculion. New Or" We luivo sold Ayer's Psiranarllla lereivtHl Ht A. A. Will fell's "Model tstnble twice mnl kilhsl 1miIi the War- nftceit ibouiiiiil unsettled people hern fur ncr tliirty years and always d They then hipied to Texas mHnvd uuuiy hardships at (iuthrie, man , It when asked to naiiie tlio 'V. woe "line till recently, when they hihtinci. whetv the water ''.ive out and li.t lil.iml.purllhT."Ohio. T. Mi Lean, Kin re r I.. Kuii Thrnnh iC.iniu Chiing? . Ir you want a lino pictuie of your re ICIIII lie. llini Inuggtst, Augusta, .i II... .1... : .:l i.. i. i l .III llllllllll Mill- IM llie unrni Mlimil Lm-p-. ur liiedlelnes for tho nld I line the Pl"'t.ld.er, nlencecallon , .?,".,.", ...... J...i...r .'.... u.,.,le IHKIH till C K sKUVlCK. The l,lisw'e.v in, Inst seventeen years, and always seep mm No 1. I'iiIIiiikii ISnuiloir llujf-isi utli r.omiil "in n ford . .. . i i i i! ti. t.tml.- n llmv nrn , smiurn. ...i i. ...i.. ... .....i - ..i i.oot.iers, im.ii "llLCpin.' f , Cincinnati Iu New Orlc.ili v ......e,..i..imMiinii..iiip toi ym overllow il.g Willi ;; ,. cnj.ii.m, . t li itinimigi lu shr.'fHirt uml I'ulliii.ui llnflet sep.uae trials, l.l.iek Hamlin was at- - ,i,0M. who failed to claims tlneat- print: Caiim.Milu-- , biiL'tfies and j. as ,..1 hi slcipr, t inaiimiti ! Jjikiiiuillc, W;i li. W Sarsanarlllu." . I. K. L. l'liiker, 1'ox Lake, Wis. s styln nt Win. migneil. Notwitlitniiding tint piisif. Mis ,, (,, nverriiu the re.eivcd Cherokee oils painteil in rum No. ,, M.itiu I'MiUilulr lluirrt Sleeping ti1n.11111.1t1 I ar "A vet's Sarsiipaiillik gives the best asiibove, u jury letunied a eiilict of on- - trip and settle it. Several disputes in Now Orcan an.l Ciiu'inn.iti Paiitfheilv'.s. I.K'kMiDMlle siilbfiieiloti nf any itindlcluu I have. In u W'. Ji A. Sleeper Si. I.nnN Inis the iiioiitentiiirv: e.niMl 1.... .. .....1...1 t .t.. II nml I11.I1..1 t. twoiatsIti t Drliiin. m.i M. ,V ). ...... ........ .... . , stock. I riciiiiiiiiend It, or, as the , iiii.Pu.N r forget biu . (nive an cvpeiienc ,11(lst , Doctors s.iv, 'I prescribe it over Hie ai MiIt.(. ismsiileiinu the livuilv st in jtnlginent on one case, the ' connier.' It never falls to meeteven ml carriage mnker and am prcii.'d to ,.,.;,,.. The othei Ibiiiiliiisare vet to be Ciitiiicii.eil Si'liiiliiln ill r.lti'ct Muteli 31, iSwi ruses fur which I retoiniiietiil it, ,... are LANCASTER.GARRARD COUNTY. repair vehicles of all kinds 011 the short- . ,.:,! lUI,t tt). win-rdoctors' prescriptions have the lo 0. F. Calhoun, .11.1 notice, lieeti of no avail." RICADDOWX '.take the miiiiiwin. ip.iiuieriy. .1 thut llsick got " is adding to Ins ptct- W.O. .Monmouth, Kansas. "TKAfNS Nnkflh ikains sot III ' lr. H.CWar- - ,VeottKJii Lexingb ill street lv build- 'w ..f"",lsav No it Xi. So. 1. No. 4. No .Mks. Kub P.m.munV opening No 7. Nu. '. .M. STATIONS. D.ulv llant Daily l.im. lM'"i ' ""' I"""1"""""I).iil) ll.nlv. ll.uK. ;, new nio... to it. . I.fm. .ring inimuerv will occur on the ihlnml '"" Daily. Cx. Sun Daily. I. im. ' 1. sun. Il.nlv. K. Ijincieder now boasts of auothei fi 40 a in' 641 im 1th of May. A cordial invitation is lieu-h- v I'KI.I'AKFII BY 30 p 15 a ni ri 7 sj a w 1. l pm MATRIMONIAL MATTERS. ... i jo a 53 p W'llliiiiiiiluwiwu.l.'ve JO I" 513 a in 47 ttoet. This time it is one who has for a extended to all the Indies. . (Seurgfluwii, 14 a m;u jb p Dr. J. C. Ayer 4. Co., Lowell, Mail. 10 f pm ..,. 410U in ol Mr. Ueorge Lee Jiitues mid Mis a ml 4ljpm ; oua m,u 10 p li,ni? time allowed her talent to lie dor e 3 lklnstisi. II .fim ; 15 pm toj pm lOajaw I'rlcc , in bottln, tfr. Worth tl boltl. I.ve. l.im S. K. It. ...rr. siuiereit another lolhsnut Maggie Holmes, of Crab Orchard, a. - ' .....m rili: ( . imimicatioii she i list re- Inn Iliirgin 'Arr -- I.e. yesterday. Two lieighlscollided atOlen ,Mip.iiiied by Miss Maud I'etttis and ceiwd she roponds in poetical verse. I'.urgin rr J 55 a m 4 jo p in 3 yi a m is j.i p pin u 17am l.e .im J.. pill ,', j v .. 31 p 5 311a Mary, killing two nteii ami injuring an- - u,,,,1 Mimiiv. went to Lexington TuesDuivillr ; pm i.i i' a of this It I'll -l- Vof. O. P. Moss, foimerly jo a ni 19 iu pin 2 IU in j 3j a in Jiiiiutimi City - p 1. t" in il 41 other. Conductor Hiueline and Hrake- - ,j,iy and were murried at the I'luenix place, but now tlruinniiiig for the 30 a in i o a m i j p m a in leijpin syineriei 2 in tl m 4 Oalilale J ni '1 p in wum Jijnni Ar' ..Chiittanno,'!!... I.'ie 9 .tj p 755am Taylor me the killed; Knglneer u.ul that night. Mr. James is a son of liainsburg Drug Co. of late, has recently oh a in ... pm 4p m'je.. Cliatliiionsa.. Ar'v sinpm 7 i$ a lij.i m 6 tyip m a 10 a ill .... Husk tho wounded. V. Jaine.s, and a verv been oll'eied a good school in James- 7 .. yioam the lntelieorge Slirrvdni'iituu tiir'lu nUilliitrrrentiiiti 4" ' " AlialU .. upt m 94) p tit Ar'v Illrisiiijh.ui Illl'tiuU llllHir .vrr .erlir l.llrtll' lie' 1. li iilllrml His luide is town for the coming season, but he does ... in Til ' Illti'lllall.Hlll j)piii tjiKipm in 4 45 p pleaseeNcuse us f..r i,,.,0Vl'r Ontrcade, swill i'l 8 p ntcaliiu.a im T' m 'a will accept the .lillIr'iV.:;' .iininr .Miriiliiiii .,l.'el. . iijuiin (j a in Ar'.. .New lrlain'.,..l.,ve' 13 a 100 p weighting them down with a double theyoungestdanghterof Mis. Sue Holmes, not know vet whether he lie ef.n.l. semi Bureui;o.44 intrtli iiliiin. iliire, in Ar'v. juti Jjipm ami is n very lovable and attractive position or not. Arcsae.t.lncirinii.u. Orannan Delectus S in number that they cannot read before the 'ic Meridian...,, .Ar'v j .May they always he as, ton On the L'lst of May Dr. A. T. .... 9 inn Jai kviii...Ar vi. .... 0 top V iiisiii) comes oat. hud to young lady. just next this LATS8I KOVtLtT fitre. ....!.. ...... 40.11111 a ..Vitk.liiirif, Il ns they seemed the day they pass-- ' litts, of Louisville, will deliver Ins iniui-elalgu Hid lnrl nlor a fift. Muirii pm l.'xu '.....,... tpoj.. in do it und we feur wo will have to do it frai'rmil ikmiIih ...L... ..... 8 mn Ar'v. ..Shrneirt here en route to their Uretna lireen. liable lecture, "Sunshine," iu our city. nutiii)' pink, lll.lltllllv often iu the next few weeks. Irlpiit ami ilvlnil sllli ' I. V. V No 7, 1'iilliu.iii lloiulolr liullcl sleeping far I iiicumati iujjilviiuilc. la J. A. Stilt, .':', was married to Mrs. This will be one of the grandest ..llllraliilmriiillie. I'.f (i.'Irnln In I.Iiiiii. rr." I'arlor liars Cm. inn-Ul, liliHilil.r 1'll.r. aged 77, at llulliilo, X. Y., Wed-- , Dial feasts ever served to the ieoplo of go to the Lexington lloiiil.iir II111U1 sleeping tar. Niw Otlistn. i" t. mi liinati want lo TraiiiN" . Mann iifrimal lin lii.llnir . ly Ne ,,lu""" l1 t'la., tiiCiiiiiniiaii, li.i I'. I.. I. llilr II ill ill. Will, Slireeportto Cliutlaiioo."!. anil races you can take the local height hole nesday. An estate of ?:il)0,iX) held by this community, astliiscelebiated speak-th- e U for ltiitrtllm ) Car Nev. IJrl.sin. t Cliicfmiitn'lu' l'tf I'arhir '" GUIDE M;l ram N.'. Maim ' llnlfet i.t ri'itriOGAl. ancient widow caused Stitt to maketer is one of the foremost oiators of the at 7 a. m., go to Junction City in time to VICK g ' CiUloitc ol lor lllf. tlwir 'rrail'vill. "''iill'ibati llianloir anil nlTot ge. Admission ."0 cents; reserved seats1 jl..:ITs pi" :r CIku.imJ u. ('!. umti .iti'l sl.t r J ack- catch tlie'iiccoiiiinoiliition 011 the Cincin- the uniintitr.tl alliance. '1 AnilUa.tiMMi.nlar;nl,lir liaH, W. A A. ai.U P. ,VKSv-OI.U:.Congicssiuan (ilhsoti, of Maryland, 7. cts. A most eordinl invitation is ex- K,'. and leach Lexington rli'L'sni le.rr, iniini'i nr. Il.lt nati Southern IVs K,...im.,.i . . . s rninnil nam. inu.iraiiinii i"i ltl)S. I'.enl 1'h and I'M. A;i. l i KDW JOHN C.; f I.T. (imerilMaiiaccr, ( o'clock. Tim 0. S. sells round-tri- p and Mrs. Mita Powell Holliday, of'ltalti-ninrt- ', t Ulllled to the eiti.lllln Of our sister cities in, i.l.n'.flnsrrni'l ngriaMr. mul p...- ill ir im iniiati .Ohm . uiif, tinlj wero married in Louisville) We- d- to attend. ,. tickets ut cents per mile. jaiu vice cudixan, rcoutir. s. j I nciindidiite for the lcls heiewith. It is lattlle If pulili-he- d to lie PERSONAL POINTS. tttl (hut he cannot ' 111' uitv to make the race. Ml- - Vim. 11: Vi:iik leturtti'd to Iter . at Cedar Creek Tn.la. 111T1..,,kT ...n. ,m thut he hns . . ..I wl it l. . 1' . ... K... .... ... I llwiilv ...i..ftiir..r.-...- ., fr.iu ftnr autltntity that certain lo:- Mitt LMU'- -t ol AIM Ml'HIII lonilinn. .1.,.,., ,m.,.iri. out of lire- " ... ' .ws ni:nir. i.i.mi. Ul iuiniM.-i- . t ,,,1 f. ..i.ui.,. ... ,,.,, ,,.,4 Tin. Mfcm- - lhw.l-.in the vfeilluK the nM,r wkU f) btf j11,.Miu(lt(i t(11(, trV. m.ii.vl mil. lul.inMii tr li i.i . .... .i...... liv .Il.ll.r..,. iTiiKKMiiHi ,,r'!x,,,H.N,l, j,.. fni,)ihgd tin proper .Mib iMt .mii. 11.. . HiitwiiHHtiiMiiiiiii Iitl4Vlltc Ues tli.jnti... kiiK Is from A. 1!. lluv voiir nelio.il ami per, Mijiplles of all ink, tabletn TllB iletU nation of .Mi. IMmis-to- n l''iiuy. mo,llltlli ,.vimKol. ... .. I.. I. I wcive yomm .....!.. iii iinnisiein Ill miuui- Southern IJaptlst Theolop ate from tho cal Seiiiinnry May :'.(). There are Hi I enrolled rot .students. --- ; r Jt : -- IH cbu-Kv,!- ! "'ff yj... uvKKTIsKJIKVIV. NEW - GOODS I , NEW LAW FIRM. cli-a- r 11 ; -- .,,, ,..., the National' ,h. ,ir,,(r.ul.j juv.'ThTii lx f..rm.nmi now in cvJnn nt "''",1'!r" A'"V I,r;'r"" ilurulhci' and pUr i t)i- iiii s, thsnuth nic ..f Mm m.i. vi i hiiadelphia, a resolution was iiiopteti inc ni( ....... lrn FimI Nutiiiritl llAtik. Stiiiifi.nl. K. th.reipiestiiiK rresident HaiilKon to h. .t..r..r.triei. i,., wupm. lv ih .ni.fl the conference of h. -l .ijMrt-Kefor- .n 'th.-ur- -- - - ti.n Christ in Slate papers, ' esieclMl1 f..t.- rtll'IK'nT ..f III. tit III tl ,,. - 'im I rn..l.u.,niinim. o..... ... , ;.. .... r.,n,..i ClKlhl))i,. 1. sun'uril - K , prll in. a , , iw. W. II Mil I.I K. .1 v OWSI.K.. Jr Underwear, In single pieces or suits, white and fancy colors. Turnpike Hlcction. 1. -, - n- I , s 1 1 '.- -n .. I Hi H 111 , iu. lr.-i.i- ! tl. Dress Shirts,' nicest-assortmen- 1 1 iu Wnt-01- 1. 'rurilpiki! Election. ni'-n- i,, In- - ili-i- f ! 1 A-- . tn nw-"- illiwl I .11 I . -- ..... r - biw-- 11 1 I I . .N.-S- . Neck Ties, four-in-han- d J 1'nrk-vitieNe- ws .Ii-ll- '. - s 'Itt rtmilrc B11 . . i'n-i..- -- I1J,,id;;lJil,1; fr f I I - I . 1 iu ?$&' lir-ig im - Bruce & t!cRoberts. .. I ..,.,,.... . 1 Ih-ci- I j ,i Turnpike Election. 11. 1 Iwsr-tiiin- -1 T.. i d '' r'U:,h"": i nr-- 11 i ipD-i- . , . .1 11 . M.-l.-n- siiili.-ifii- t v-- d, t ! 11 Turnpike Election. 1I1 ,11 I .. .(, .i- 1 1 i. in-m- rv mi-ii- e 11 Hi-tor- y, 111 Turnpike Election. . Wall Paper, Wail Paper, Wall Paper, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. -- Si:M.uw..n.-AiXhower7ha- ve , .V , . '' ""'' Nri I 11 f' 111 l- wen-ove- I j tin-theor- y n,.v,.. ' Turnpike Election. 1 ee-in- tr ,.,. pn-H'- I 11 1 XV'ry" ' O lIDTTTllTr WTW 1 el-- 1 1 nt Ask For Ayer's i MERCHANT TAILOR SUMMER GOODS. - j ' e e 111 1 ;' j ! '''r e.utl-otiH- bt - J "' SPRING AND inl-tak- e I -- 1 -'"- ''""r-Hou- mi j- Sarsaparilla i fore-ritii'U- T ii . SINE & MEIMEFEE, Laths, Shingles, ; am-ollot- ed j ' ln-l- ?um (&'( I 1 -- R0T7HH AND DEESSED LUMBER. , I Z S ASK, DOORS KWD BI.IJsSriS PATESTT WIB,E AND SLAT FENCE, . - - j ' I pits-inc- t. Jlu-t- i. Kuo-will- e eonscicll-tuiiisly- ." - hi.ri-.M- -- - (im-eery.- " b. I I -- Ok-au- Cineinnali and leans. I I mint-ni- l I ' ! 1.111- - . ic ,... tmiw&v ' - l i .- .ir-- -- w-- au I llit-i)lits- I J I I . 1 - n.-- l - 1 ; ' - - ..!,. - .- i 1 ig Ayer's Sarsaparilla, 1 1111. III-- 1 1 A 1 111 4 1 .1 .1 111 ) IH ioi V 111 7 ,1 1 111 I 111 111 I 111 7 i 111 111 4 111 . 0 1 11 111 j - W'il-uia- n ETEGTIVES ."i '11 .1 .1 111 111 111 I I Ml III .1 11 111 11 5 1 111 1 11 .15 " 111 4 .. """"' . . 111 . 'e. lit'-lll1 11 111, . 111 I 't. -- 4 I 111 11 111 4 11 11 . 111 4 111 I W'il-Imp- I 111 d I 4 111 I 1 15 Ic le. . j'i 111 I 111 iiitellec-Scrugg- s, I . I li 1 1.111) 1I1 . 1 1 Sli-- i H lie-for- e koni,.U...fl-ul..,....i.vl- a 11. 1 "ii-."..- -. 1 1 1 f" gtii-Aya- uii it imuwjjw iihiufh mtiir-)js.i- j t in jM I, jiWiwiillWfBriCTiiMisP I'eilwrev of On Time and known to admit of oiuntent drnll Fanny F. On Timel'V Stonewall J m k- -n, tin, by lielchaar. I'eifiarw and Demriplton of Im; Ittuckhnrn iind Mail tram going North... ..u ji pin ....-..- ! 'I In- .... M..U. . llricnolii " ' Smith., . ..ijipm the hiitcr 1 the omiii( ye. ip. old I... Kxprc. train " South... ..nj7pm li.indn high, oith ttyle ndApril; fullin brothers, i iiroxiriloii weUht North ... ...J17 am hrown with white jxmihv Loral Freight North... ...,o 30 m loe Mat, and JiicN proof in hi hncdini; qualities and llrijjlio south iia te- -l in tin Fair ring Miithonc in to defy tho The Utter trams alao tarry paeni:era. world for loiupttition. They hy jrd The above i cak ulatcd mi standard time. Solar l'rnicc hi' li) d I'rime, and were itd t'rinle, he by Imp time i about an minute, fancr Lnon 11 .1. the Adam K Alfurd pretiniim ja. k from Ctitiiliinia, Spain; mtdam Huie h Dixie l -- hl.d hj lrinf liif ; N..pdam Nellie hy l.onl WV1link'!"" In I air' if n: ih dnm Flora bv I t. I llfltltl K. linil'ori.r I in, 1, in mum , K . March , . L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Kntrifs to the btaki-- of the Cent ml Kentucky AhmwIsiHoii elosetl Nitui-daniyht nt nilt!nii:lit. It will he mcii Stanford, Ky.. Al'llll, --'(.. 1SSD wi'Hn .f .it in hi ily. at tvnu hi ka fuim 4 mito that therente nuiiiniiitioiis from I.uuisi- l'. i'i and Slii'lhr I Ultll. lifOrsill lllul lllllticmtlsj ,lilCl'S in tills .ouib lippl) c( tin k State. There had lieen retfiviul up to PubllBhod Evory Tuesday nna Friday At SIO to InSUTO a Colt, noon .Monday "entiles. Other mailed prior to Saturday niiduiirht nre ypt to a"d the pro.cet mv that the Briiy- -' I! !?'-- J , J'KIt YKAU.IN ADVAXCK Toe ill ne I. iim me ih iiiriiier int'ictisvii. WrVVhen not o paid $2.50 will he ctiar;cd." with IT noiiiiiiii- prinnpalli ( r lennet.. will brciu a lew stake.-fmart-.if no in its an it ihewa,.i Si nuire fur jink tiuiii. and the C. I. Clay Miiki'i lor year-- ) elt, tu for horn tunic., Jenueii jniih-oil. and Jijli-.K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. iiu. w itli at lead the t. The vetuThe uw iifiiiiii! ii .in' urolti lum (in the de- old 1. has N, and the (vr-ul11., milt tmiui. ma,. pa It ttirtt nm. tlun uc i.ue ' to mnki- ail account, d.te hon the tail Advocate. Truln lo.ivi" Itowi ah. .it ; ;n ,i in , of Male lining m twil or traded oil, but we cm uc in In. m. our dicrition a. i lollei tttu time. The latest tip on the Anien'enn ler-ihe jack, too well Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal Q ' TIME ! y VZDETTE, J.B., .. dirt. M. if hand, huh iind Mted b) idcllr I irt duo h) Sir He lij Imp Whip, d dam hi Charlie Whip l.itll.itni. will make thr sea.nu of ittj ,11 iny .table 1. in Urd on tin I mile flow pike mi rMKt llciii-ieri.- nuni mai i.u .' I line .!)! Foiled il'u, BELMONT CHIEF 8689, il iix Ikil) 1 ' I lllackburit and nolia f t ... ''" or At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. idetie w hy Nmdt-i.hILlvtk, he hy old Imp W 4 be ip. I idette v 1nin i time- - and t year old he . i.iil tr, i m i k Mill I'p t., t mr old. ejitn ..nil nun eu Weed'.. Uliu k , !v5 Steve Walker ! J li-- I he well knuKtiJ d 1 neit-.aar- - i; n nt the .11111.' pi. i, e at $8 i.i.t .1 I iikuiv a K uc pr.-tM- t l lAKItlS. mc . It i i ,, ilins, j.jq','. and - othr in ! in uliti r. Iu produced l in the J H II. t. Firm Dam, Untie kilikead. In ContiAitor. Seioild dam, full iui. the .lie of Dr. W,..i . ,,i.. Mmi Mciirne, 1 it; In Jim Monroe S15, the iri el l.mly Monne, f I" Ckicf, i:il',. Kittle Hate, t: 14 mid 9 oiliern in ihv J .J.. llt. I hint dam h Uuitt' femhrln.. FOttrth dam hy I horuiwlibrml llelmont I'liK-f-i mImv 11ml loalcd III . hred l.y J. I.. Couar, lah 1.1 0 Mid war, Ki . Ilelinont Chief ill ppearaiue it ery mmh lik hi. .ire lie troted .1 mile at lltratur, Muh , l Ct'iialili-rmi- i " Iht tonieiiiiatii f .peed) LIihmI, ik. .hapeaml ir.inn,: h. li.n I h the lilimi.l lonlirtenri' in the to I., obtained hv hn . dm- to him. III. tint roll, wd Hr detel-0efor .peed. iIiik in.iluu an earl -- o i:ijiif hi. 1 elirtit ,iu iln.v and Snite hi. rnli into tircmi-H-lice- . Sired hy thr ureal llcltnotit ire of the 1 y ti.t III .nn. hale tirril TRIAL, Ni t. f d It . i ill, n lot 2:31 4, , Wi'dril. III- - d 1-- :'.; 'M. .tU. i llelmont C'hcif "ill inilke Iheie with the u.iial return pnuli-01 $60 JItire kept on jrU liaature at owner u-t- ' tiipn BREEGHLOAOER rt-. ! l'liii- - . thoruuiil i,i; at the tieiHKO Kiihcu farm ?.;h.u"--- Htutninillr piki.nrar Mil'cd ;i illc at r .. SIO to Insure a Living; Colt, A lien retained on Trading the mure forfeit Ituu rami' I)i'criplloa : llicc. Iilu.okr . ,1 ru h dark buy, witli black i'lnt. Iii'av v tn.inciintlunl. iM hunuS birb. Ill inl ;ire laruc. tine and ol olid color: can ho cn al I S li'ii". 1, - paid Money dm' ScplemlKr all colts until money i. I'KIIK.HftF No 47 1 I si! il of ahoie hor-- e and luipartcil Weodford, Iklvidctf. The I.lner. Ac . died latennd he ly. Ili Kit lu- -l M'an won ju-.Thi. Hue I .u1. i. i ) lihint. he l.i Imp, 1'alerntoj Mood neconil in the tha of winning ire. lit m dam by ltohinon' campion he hi Imp. Mam. ivt won front 1I77 to M3 moth. d ilnm hv Imo llrir.in. 34 yearn old and M dnai JaLo' by illack liiiwK.'fd dam hvT'inpecanoe. 5jf2.Oi . Thi i a halidionw Jack, a icar old, it fermane M iiMJper raouth. No M?h, blaik with'meHly noo 'Will .eric a fwv furacctdenl. CHAs R. II KM.. jennet. I'lit' .iboic Hock will make the of iSty at mytiirm j' . mile- - from llu.tiiniitle.ncNr Carpea-- , ler' Mat km', and will W' pcrmitied to .eric hy rhc IMF. IIO.--S MCl.K JACK insurance. Itlllct.-ir- e al-onj -- Hob loflH.on. ..am M.iry Cliurthill hy Alei Churchill dam of Km; am hy Imp. Marvjrai'e foil. o. 4 uam Mi.tletoe hy Chcroket i ,1.1m IIUek.fivdhim.tn l Treer. i 4am bv Albe'rt. ijtiin by Aliieritie. I il.im by ire Alfred o'diuna iHiirc purchaed in Virginia bf Capt. Itiirkrldsi' for Lricditti, hut ivho.o (mlticrev is nowlo-- t; helimed tnlH- - hy Ainerlcn. 10 dam by Imp. Monke). 11 dam by Imp. Medley. i dam hy luip.Shark. i j dam by Imp. Keeruaittht iini IIKHltClll.OAUUK. Imv. foaled i.i li lly Imp lllllvt, eo. Nidlie Viloy, (einml dam of Ituielie) hy 1 f.l.AK, ior.j, liy voiunttir, if, iracfSi Arthur -- im. hi. ,r...J hiai-ra .uperl. to l r I all an, I hi. u4u at hi home dam bi Mini . e , intivn -- iih, etc; iitilam Mi.. .Nodfnc.ki Kam- Aleandir'. Ahdallah, ijenmarir,M,ie.-anmndouilIl.titinnioad, on of I'nttcr' CU): ael dum Welto jitar. ai h,,,k ti.o lie hyold l.t'Vinjto.i ; id dam .) Miavvhan lm oaw of Aftiller laiW, and Modety y Hill, he WVANlMiri I.. Mandard N.. ,,K. hi Metro th bird became a cripple tliinuxh being nt 11 eit; ith hy llallMorkint:: i.ih dainln IK111 Cr... t American Star, 14, id dam o llerirand. 18 , ptdlt.iH, oie ol iha dam I.) Hal.oeu. l,r,, M dam by Wefh." i'r,. ttyd)k'. , fler. U'lHtlRN. i,i. I'V Hani, let nun, 10: t dam hainlorhi- - d.im ll.a.itiih by Foaled May 1, i"o i a rn h Mahorolil hay, m, over bv a locomotive. Vidunlre'. W, II. W'ilann, of Cnihiaiia, Ki., old a Mi Coolei ht Telesr.iph. ji , iJam I lar ihe dam of fteiler 1 IT; Mr. dam the dam hand hijh. hcai main' and tail : i ttnctlv tine and II11I..10.. ihe.ir.if Hireimr 117. I'halU. !ri4her of lUrnaoti Chief of tieo. C 'Alley by Fudai. omhtnrd jeldiMi ,, and famy; U loth a natural and p!ea.int saddler ; !.. alllirillu' Jr. for Ji,;tK': la,.aold two eihera at $i,;jo .Mr '" UllStllke to .. .1... Mil Udr breed. fanc and whan quietly driven in harnca. i.Kj h "'.'.. ilham hi r Ihe"-- ire ot I'mdam latpe-tiW M WeUh. aeldiu; (r guts like a trotter lift. hlKnttl ml on both ED BARLOW uttrfletlVP. It makes VOIIII" pi'Olile ik", " ou van e another rialuned mil I. more 4.1 dam an laihre ti', aim Jen m.ah 1 the breed of thin idv to the third irttKralion : i. hacked bv thnr- t'hw oyehhredkon Ixmii -- idei.. nntkipshim leryaituei Willlt some. As ft matter of fact sill Is ioukIh allvr than any ether Mitlbon aa lhr briiu Will ttand at my .tahlrv two mile fram Stan- U uonr mare. , per cetM. of the old urauil ioum coltcon-tabetter pri.i- - than an other Mnlliun. bora Kyajyk. and .ptlglitlv in gait, in form Ht.d ford, Ky .on ihe Knob I i. k lurnptki . at ..V ! f" ol niinery and ,miu.nomut. No. in, ike ander of the (rrene.t trot Mure- - kept at Si a per month 01 ((rasa. Car. modol. He w.i. Hreil bv Milliliter ling famil) the world ha- - e.rr known, imtrniniE lakri preienl aindcnt. hut nut mpoiiibl iiMtuaru iioiimaiK, tie m l.aine. l. Cromwell- - ter lu $16 to Insure a Living Colt or $10 tho through hi. it inav In- criloivil or Mium-coat- ur ehoiiM ani C. I. SANtlltttiK. ..In. from different ebannrl- - naaie Dennmrk. he In the ran- - horM' Mcninark, he bi Sention. I) lUmtMetoaiiaii, -- irvd by Sir t la lirt duin w Innieer. Mttropoi, Milled. llle, March j;. iMu. Imp riecseforl wl. j.T IIOCKUR. tanKiadik.tlliam Welah. aa.i At Wallace, ln b lodhuntrr'- - Sir Wallace h by I.iaiilid lo 15 apprutiad marea I or further .11 Sir Allien ihejoiighhred, ; d dam In irclnn, nr iard. .n'.lr. format i Tranl, Iilam of 'iriir.ii. o Mjhji'. thoroutiiihredl; he 1. A Kl.klN. leleorHt.'d Whipp; il dam a W hipp mare. tn.aMir. K( 1 Nil I AN' . SHI)L1. STW.I.ION. waiiace MAI.I.ION. Cfdifoinlii hreil eolt, tlie property of the I'alo Alto Stn- hie. 15. (5. (iover had a hoif tt fall and Will inaki the caon of 1? , HI ! lirenk hi? neek while 'playfnlly liuininir. Shi- - l t 111 and n l.im it 01 ntj on the ll.iimll.' mil flu. I ,i an hour before he was to be dellveied to the'mau he had -- old hint t . IA S15 Senator Slanfonl. of Call font ullei-e- d Sunn.' and all right Will not I'i atloivcii u irie S.V,(HKi foi Kentucky I'riuce. mid this man-tiia- t lllc li,. rejular Urt.lir. M.nei di.t t lull color., A was the sum ex'er olletvtl for a n Inn thebe held on mure aolri or lien Mill ulicottt until jwidfi r. hoise. I'tit it was iTfu.el. -- Spirit of the lie.iripiionand 1'vdigri.e -- lliirin.on Chief. Ir. 1. a rod wirrvl, .laiul- - it hand. J Inibei in heijht; Time- -. thixprmc. h.n hi; tail aud mane. Ill' )er- - old f, cow- - Imve many time-bee- n li b hy Ilni.e. and I .nrrf c'net. the ol Lady'l'hornc 1 I. Ilia da in l.ulc, the dam i. ot tilted with wooileii h'.--. but Hanker Ihe dam ot ll.imi llnef.jr.i. of Walt ia" Mambnna, h .,m of ,1 mate ij !ern(ieoiT;ia a "Xix--e wldili hob- - hy . jd I 1 III'. lO.MIIINKI) AT liy Is (.ieotlley, n brown S30 THE TO - itlnt nk m tablc. in per m.,.ii M, Kiiinr,. I W8UIIK .11 SEASON, A LIVlNii COLT IIAUUISOxCHim.IIL MilH-ltf- l Mi'Kinnt')', Ki P I ROW, e.-- . Ed- stll., 1. i Barlow, M XS'tl.VKIl KI ban Or I 2375.i-rthI. : - i. to Insure a vinf Colt triin-lert- ' lai-e-- nii 1...UIH1 Nev ..rk. Slrocl by CASTELAR, IOG2. , '. I J), f.'ilid sims, 3041, Wyandotte, 552S. Anhi Mi-..- , 1 llarrt-onChie- The dam ol mil dam I'd dam i.tdam W'd'iifii I arier, j . . Maid j;( bv a Mmlrmo Iii Mamhrino l) Woi.iim iKj-es.-- es .l Mgcr vi horn bin re. on' 4 . n', t m . ,n j j- - , U I imi .lam In llo.ri. .11 t i,nl, tie .,ri id Calm.it id il. hi In Inn rihiir, lhiiMiiihbrri: W III iium ihe .ej.ii ,,1 , ,t hi- - Inline." laplt., , 1 standard V ,.; Kno. '.. Al S20 to Insure. ll ' llaiulah-ioBian- .! rSr". '"' ..'.. 'I'lli'! .. l.i 1 ' ,i '. " ' ( a - f o-- ntKi.e: by MilDenmark, he l) Ihe race lior-- e Denmark; hi. ; dam Florin-id dam bv Moiiu.inrti'n Oilier, jd ' dam ky old Urimnon lorn 1. a hor.d, , bliickitit!) hc.iii inane and tail, ij', hand, high; 1. 11 natural -- adoii-r Kidajp ' .mil will arrant him dAm S. ler' Tom Robinson of WalUce ! M&-f?i- MESSENGER tM. I CHIEF. -, ii JR. t,gh fl Ilai Haiti. f. njo breeder. JACO it I it 'XL taaT Thmna.. aire of S. nil'. m b Ma.-entf- er; amliriu .' lam by Mambrmo t Incf; jd dam h. Imp Natw. leo.. uhdj t.i - Inn nh dam In liacr;oUi dai hi Harnab,- Ilkvea.de : 7th 4am h, Cannon . Whip; ih ilam Shij.p I'aratf, Me...r. r ( btef. li . dam hi erau.Ni. Jr: i iJaml.i I mi- - --V uhlan: id dam b, Ibmaer . Ore. I hief ' SS" '" '" . r,i 11 noma., rn .V'" ud. Me.. ftne .(M. and ell uait-Jr. w. aireo lir Mnrnii Ah. iV. " ' l''f.u, lab I'lb.i ir.l an. ,,r I ale.1 10 I if l.ind.aiKi ,... ' " ? ' Mfc ' ' VBBBLeaBBL BBBBBBBalBKa, J rmnt. Jr. ht X'ermoni, dam y (Hiier Me. Chati, Sr. pivdn. d the lortuwlng: leu Me..enr . ,,.1,. h, , ,,.,, ,,,,, t ,j. .lt M hi. t.,. a.i. IbAciill.,,,', Mannilia 1,, S '' .ihd.m i. In. toll'- - h eoer I'retll SILAS VATJGHA1T, Will make 'he pri-cn- i i- -t !-.''!! M.'.., lb-l- it Kathiniir , -- i' I . li In .i,,r, i! . -- m, Meanacr l.irl ,04k, ihr Wallace at S12.50; Tom at $10, lor Jeiinei. Slmk iiunnntted to rai i ..re and bleed. MC will :.lit 1111..11 mi lira, furm.hcd renin 'naolv at rea- tali., to he p.tid lorhefnre removal ofato-No ri ti ti r ac ore tape- - Partuji uith t'".k f it t. insaraiu e. J. SVFKI.fc CAKI'KN IKIt. u 1. At $15 to Insure a Living Colt. h.. .4 ..r ' Ilia owi.er- -, 1 mil- l- W t 1'ike, at le. of at l'n t.inl ir.l on tin Knob .IACO at r la.'k. "It and i prr-oii.- SIOTo Insure a Living Colt. lie black wnli white tioiuK nU iiamU hili. III- - ;ct fiok the i ear old anda ute fojl .etier premium ut Stanforil .mil l.ilnillr "Mr the jret i f jack- - in I.i.icoln am! llojb-- ' nun the moi.t nntMl Carting or I radio i; the male after -- lie i bred tn--. ly forieil tht tii.uraoe ai d the iiinney i then due Care taken i wiunt an ideiui, out will not he rcpon-ilii- c i,!: on n, i or R. II .. I.. V WOOlls, 1 STOXIiW.U.I. JACKSON Will .pon-ibili- idi-n- -- hn. .. .l.n.i SIB III, 1. II j .1 -- .!.., . mi to Inouro n Mvlrnr Colt. .1. .. I Danville' Wilkes! 2:34i. , Willa.-- . mil Je. k i K - in. Imlm j u-- tl Stintor.! kv. liny, t'. - re .I -- allio a;cn hanJ- - hik'h. Standard, A. I. R. lots?.; Inn VIII, I ! H. utu . . '. Ma. mob with ilu. .j u.. ..j. n.mi nein. Ml. etre -a t,ani:e 1. hi. produce ,.., ,.nt........ C he.lnut .lullion. AT S25 TO INSURE A MARE IN FOAL, waaont of a lien. nark nt.r. .. 11U .ire, I l.y a I tithilihlm a.o .al Hi. raadi mu.. the Slate' .; band. i hih. .ired by the 1.... .u hoi ae Hi. dam m i.umHte rcal Low lander Firat dam llrai elet by Aiiuvhi., inJ h, . a Drennmi the ....... ...t pm ,1m,.a(i h l.ieeihn,:, we hai,, Duncan hy Scotl'- - Uialilainlii;Kr.ind-il.iiliyAra- - j 11. or.l to ail dam llriiuitte by ( oilrinjton ; , Monej flue a .rvm a thr fail . a W hip n ire r f r,,. to a nmnr.l Mi,C(, rl.une.l or hoi.e and not daw Mi- lie tun, 3d dam bj Tinio!coii. lllood Chief aired ctOK Ale..ra Marri. man- iMriwt with Stykc. li) thcla.iir, 41I1.I.1111 bv ihe Coloiu-I,,.- i irnilvd -- addle hor-- c Ic.n .. Id lor 1Vl Hhik-. a Living Colt. Sec Mud book for fnr'liir pedureo. Woolcy Jim a ay I'annjc Kobin-o- n j to'l and PO bO Insure n.,ii,b,r....l,. 4 ClIXRI.F.s DINN ' , I will nbo. ttnd my .pl nd.d 1 urni I irk. p.,,,,.,,,,. .,t.,i Chief a ait., lllood' Illack Hawk aired the daim , Mild lor i.. Lowlaudir, hi. .in-- wa. by Dalnmuu nui of .. Vun Arinin 1 to', and Miuoat, Jr, - ao and the ,t , j,.rr, , , The be- 01 are t ikun wjlli marc, and crnai nt ter, i l.ulra falnou. I'ali ! .randdamof llelle ilritlield . jiiand I'rotietie i it. themual rate, .hut not rr.peu.ihltt (or auclileni- - talonn. hy I Wiudhomid, he b the j Sl.me.iall aieon, Jr. .Ian.', lull ,.. bi Kin loin, tht mint l .!,, in 4 war- - old, bay, Ml, hand- - lii"h and Mimiio any h.,i ire Kuvland baa produced; hi. aoua He luiincilciteli after the clo.e of the euon linn. 1 .ear. old. i'hoii hijh, bin. k lion and .ho. .i.l..r, .naiiihiiiii .arna and a. 11 hand, extremely line ami i)U-i- i Mill omke the caMin 1.. (hv .tahU M - will o into training lor a laater reioril. (real I'iiim, K.ttic Han and I'li.ietou wore-- importa. m II H. hi of 1SS9 at my .table at Mnrcliuid Siatlnti, . inilci lilleWilkcwilhmealt no.r, nnr length and lim. He wa. dne.inih. fair ring He .. iim .rod bi Smnewal, Fame, that arc well liiforiui-i- l know that tho ed to the U.S. and uuile themaelie- - fa moo. a. niirtli of lliuto iville.nn the llii.tniiilllv and iied by Anh Walker in k and nu, of mi old 1.1 dam llelle ire Ila ttalli thnrotixlihred I lood inii't ho in the trntlur and the-.i- ol winner.. Kinjc lom wa. bv llarkitwai jrmrt. I will .land ibi. j.o k at Ten DollarH Ja. haon. sk bi M.I..,-- . bi M.awiit.r.iJ , ad itau. 1. hand- - , no l.r. inh, f, .tied (I. sallie V...I.I c ,, Jr; Ho!, of Iri-- h . and I .in'ba lUllouuh tidier. 1881. r. I In H I M. k. of Daniillr. Ki. t laj.urt' a liiin o- nH Dam ilk- Wilke. . nam oil ap, wall around ihe ha. pleut) of it, bi . rate mare, l.j llami'leinnian At $10 to In I'anta-loo- Slir.1 hi Me.ariigir I hief, ire of Maml a Living Colt. dam drill-.a thoro.iL'hfired hore, and then the (ire of Stonewall ware and auik No nit. in. nay. I hi. jail ha. Sn 'in. .en thai I uiideu Ima two Denmark. In- li) Imo ? pann.-croa- . ha- - ahould tend t 1 ink,. """Ktiei he proilii. o fnl ill en o per irrtt. belter ...il. fa. ikon than am j I II mlsford, i.tdam hi I ritaadrr, K- - hi Old Win, of I'alitaloon and thrnuh "lie I.ii-I eier-loo- d iind kCotiil raic li,r.ea. retained on all o.lt. If mj marc i. Fir. t dam a f.l.t natural pa, r hi Voitn Call and ie hi'ii aatl hi.fok.. incr jr. in loon Amen, an. l.anercaai, I r.itup 1'oiiih.timt', Ck'n-10- , dam bt to another horse or I ruled the .c.i-Dauiilk' Wilkiiwill uiaki- the .ci.oiiat the Fair will he due snond dam hy I m.t 'It- - Telrjrapli. pa erl. JMirea bred p either ol tlin and traded nr Ohm'. ounir 1nrr1ra. ttc, while through In. dam he iraci-- to ica. p Young Ameriia hi Wake lp lake, rvi ord j o, fr.-I i. I iiihout Kitiafilli; 1.1 W. liraf. furni.lied US pvr, mouth. Care will be Oronii.U. Daiuille the neiiehborh ItlK. ilam hi I Id r, Orbniilo, u pa,., lake, I Ihrib uli'her, I'liu ono-l- ', Sill dam ii llld Val.' taken to prcteut mi idem-- i r tinatolt'a lelcuraph that thci are urn hut no it" toal the uvimw nail the 4"l,?.b !.,,i,,,"n iri tan anil all the iuot taim-ii- . "" Me...nrr. i.i dam hi (nrforiiier. and irea i iv Sriolton-aponiihitit) .liiiuld am ounr He aired . the mm.) i'a due. I al.o bold a lien olleleiirniih inacer until .. nu. 11 w II Ih that hp ha. ihe i.uirian.i. i.oiicioii Ha. nail mc colt, to atari phi'irtiniinal l.ucy I'upv, S W WHAM, jii'taini. ttliiliu tin- 'tautn paid. sit s ANDI'.KsilN. tn make luai what hi 1. the gr.-a- t ..ml and three wen wmnei. I'hi. hone will lanii ai III- - nrveiiinK ' Moreland. Ky. . .11. ce.-l- d for all purpnaea .in i S20 to Insure n llvlru? colt like lernan- I ion li..lh.ir fl.r.'. rMlfnv ..1 I aaiurage tor mam ai naabW term. I piling man) other, tea nunicrou. 10 i' S (oil. w ill .llhll f..r II.. m. .. r .11. ni.niioii. flic pa. intf bW.nl ha.helwd toprodu.e f 1)1) I VTM? " 1.1 I t l" l&s -- ee , 10 and N.i..od l NUN W A J Yli. . - i MaudS 180 Jai Fie CONCRECAN, We tb. uiidi rained ban l.r. .1 rn ,,, r ,,, Sirco In .nil. ofih. ,..kn h, r.,, sn.newjil Jn, k.., i.rii, the ire of Soldi) , Jr , I'rm. Meacni!i-- will m.,1 1 thex-axiJr .and allord. ii plea.uu-IImr-- e, - bull. I.) .41 that In 1. I en Itay 10 bandliroeik. 1.1 LIVm, SALE AID FSSD Foi r year, old, daprl f Lexington l.riiuer .. Ufa), loo while feet he- . r . lellowptay and Drake Carlr bl 10 r a lalVing UOlt. Hind and .mom taw - t.a.,.1. hifh. weiKht oen DariMuUr H....11. ha.e ...en haie. !.., a uunihrr inare bioiiLht Troin nam ilam ot krolite. I cllnwcrali'. and Sornrf'. ,m dc.e, I'lanct; ill .., thrift', dam by I anuilu .1 treat premium marc wan Mild for oy imp. oped welln.eon.hM4ediMii.nab. .vwhh, nu. af ami J.i lion and ban o,n ih. l.e.ilf'tjn, jd dam FlnrilH'. sTANIOltD, k Nui - n daw h.ii .olt, foaled April 16, 1U6; i At nij inri-- it pike i iiiuca .omh of I'rime al Wales a4 Illao.l.n.. ill.. Ill li.m iki... itlimii. in me aaaiw Mav. Fetrr 'F b) Imp. (ileniHc. (in in the Mud Malllurdl.irinoniht I have hands i inches hub. hi; mane and tail; good head, book fourth. Clydeadale ami l.rHnidle Cecil. Cb Morcan T W..,ihmL., Mo extended pedigree ami find nu rirlnr netk ami .hoiilder, nin' hack and itinrlur, and blood lor Go Thi. ia the bor.r to breed in to jet lami .lock D I 1111.1, Win. I tor. to r.icu.i: calendar and find the liltr rw gund, IxHii-- j lest. Nux i one ot the beat coiuluni-I "Ot II MAI rid mule i.iaic. aa I have unneiaally old my I SI'KCIAI. Al KIR, I.ao " III IN t lOMMKKCIAI. coll, in Amcri.-.icome, of, both hy .ire and dum lllnminr. il. A C ha. nice walk, rmk and canter, tile. or more money 10.111 am one in' ihi. ei- y brUhieai itacti. with 2rc.1t bicieni.nl. Ho com. travalcra. lloiara and boiioht and --old Mul can .liou a i;ait In harue... tion. One hahda anil the other hand. Inijh, whiib ThU handaome fillow will be permitted to arrvo bine, the bltMMl of (ileiooo, l.cilneti and Phaehi u.efl 'I'hl. hor.c will make toe priaenl .ea.on liicrv I will ton, the latter tliroiih hi. sirr; Ten llnari'k and . .land only liftecti ihoicc inarc. at the low- price o( aaii fW Alao agent for the Lexington twii e through . I'.rolile and Fannie lff $8 to Insure Holloa, I ho dam of leu HriHck and lileinoc, thru e AtTHnDoiiaratoinnuroftUvhiffCoitAt Living Colt. 1 . ! ill Florlne, I'ocliahoiitaa. WALTER A. V00D HARVESTING CO. . 1. Dill llll.H If Ihe old ad.ii;. t.ood era, al f per m mi. that "lllood will tell" - food. thi. viiuiic horse arc taken si I" u .0,1 Re.i.ureil ,,, Mare, will be kept at 50 cent, per week, .trictli will prove hi. north by pctilng proven) 1I1.11 will nl all stock, hut 110 rc.poi .1 ilti I. a ideuu. at oiiiicra riak. but all rare taken to preienlai-fidetit- . .how in front "at the finish." lie I. sreallv in mark, Ten Livery, teed and Sale Stable, Failing with inari-- i hall lurfeil the in.urance in liroeik.and form t like hi. aire, the lamoiiahtaten llloihtrin '.I....' t. Kmn Fbilip morn whine uiik- record ha. only heon t be.lniil I,. hand., foal Cay alallliHi, it hand. I111.I1. Inalcd April j4. itv,. ineriiaae Any inforinatlon will he siien at tni b lua on, Drake Curler, a full lumber to Coin reihm. l.n ' jonn 'Tin. fine vnuNy Mi'k, rara oM, (4 hand. home 4 link-- east ol Stanford on Knob l.n k piki-'ti- tail. IK-lLuiti-- . Fairti. i mint), K well put up. itmiwly knit 1. nil haa the III. Iir.l dam bi tiruy laiRli'; Jil dam hy Copin-inche, dark hiowu wiih while p.uita Theline.'t niu.clc- - and .iinrti-rof all iln- br.t bmioin, At iilr.iiur nit- nt aboie potollli e rv Inif Jack in Lincoln muniy and a sure IihiI MRID 1!V MMllltINO KING. ,.-- . I of l.eiii'utnii .in.) mil nuke iln- .111.011 al $20 to CHAS. I, CROW Hi-- wa. sin-h) aleaaniir Chief, Jr , by dam licltcr Inauro. of .Maud Mc.rlikcr, j ttSi ; 1.1 jennei ; Sind bi a laldwell. i.iant. jennet l..o Will .land the dam dnin Jennie by Flinn: ad d.u bv Mamlirilio I'aichm, !HdohliV.'.'Ul'" .oaiiin at my .tabic in Un.iooiillc Ieli.nio..lri-odam by .Mamlirino 'Chief: 41I1 dam by lUrB,, 3 id dam by Amlcrlu. Imp. Napoleon; ,th d.ui bv 'lonipe.t: 61I1 dam hi Maiubrino Kili-i- . 1. iirunoun. .l il, I.....I At $10 To JnBitro tv Mvlntr Colt, lUer; 7th dam bv Daritah'v'. Ibomedc; Sth daui . . ,1 i am I. n.r .... r i.n.i- in me,, I')' Cannon'- - Whip; nth dam b) Shipp'. I'ar.ik'oni ., . , 1I114 11 hen tin 11. ...... Ilbok toll, foaled in ISK;: by Caliban 1 i, .ire nl nl 8, W A I Reentered; ............ .. ji:,, ..iiMKini- - 1, ( ' Km It, i . . ni'i nui. - parted with MesatuKer Chief wa. Iriil b) Abdallah Filot ; Or -- . I. (IODIC, C Clay i 18, Ci clone . i1., Coaster j m'. l.lirm INti it Itr "iiii olt, n!j hand. Iinfh, foaled Mai i, iSiii ilam Vlke O by 'I',, i.juv .ilai 4 ill'. 110,1 k',.,,. in tip iat duo by Maiuhriiin Mi'ntiiiet; d ilam bi I'a.card 1 10, son ol Alumni, aire Maiubrino t. i';i , be the .ire of Levlluloi, Sired by METRtll'oMFAN 1;. ...a,., .nno lalinen, .,e of ihe dan, of I untile Witlii'ispoon j lb'-,-; n dam Madam re. ord iiAVj; hief. Ai He .ired Maud Mci'ii.-e- r W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. Ahci aai;; Maml j of Kim.-air-. .MhiilIiik Fun h dam of Kiiitna ( , year-olrecord I "Kirn,. ,,!,., a,,," Robert II . reiord J 31; trial a ir.t dam I.Ida II. hy Lumber 1780, aire of Lad) Alii e ikisconi J and I'uniou.i a ..i'Vi'Vi ..ami ) hy llrennoil, other fa.t one.. 41 i.osdo'n, k . Ka,K MUdlC'-Lumber j i't and 'lit- dam of Muttie Wilkr. a 111. ill dam hy (ieuer.il i0i': i .Maiiihiinii I I?!'." , m: ,. l0 , T.ilir. Caliban 1 14 by Mam. Abdallah I'dot ua aired bv Alexander'. Good lurnoiil. and .addle horse, always tor hire ad dam CapUala by Alexander''! Norman ij (.ire lirinn i. "" lilot,aireof ll.mnii j iM,,'Mambrino (ilft lab; Kiir;.:i..e.l a. a .,ie of . il.im IHaiiduia bv Muiiibriini ( l.l.i and .May I 'uecn 1 nt , .pi dam Kate 11. en reatonable term.. London i the nio.t conven- of Lulu t KniI J,,,,',,.1' )) d.tm Cai.ia by Cai.iu. M, Clay, Jr, aire of Kiii I urn. mil make Ihe season nf iriil I'irkarda 18W , Keil.Jiin and other. ient point on the railroad to reach place, in the Miller, thoroughbred, hi Ralph, 41I1 dam Daie-di'll- a, i mi farm in, tin . .1 I, while hind foot, brown In.r-,(I11 Muie,,,,,,,. plkV", I ye Ihoroiiuhhrcd. hi linn. Ktlin.e. ith dam Main Chy a a.tl and Diimii'Ii 1 iy., 'I'.iaial lit Alexander's Abdallali (ion of R)..lyk- - Ham 'tiruicf the Mate in the mountain 10 lion'. ble.onlan. aire of Dexter J V. "'"' llriiwn Mary thoroughbred, hySumpter, oth dam Almoin, aire of I'eillniont i 17IJ. dam hi.'h.,reU by II, unci Wilkt., aire ol t, art! by 1nerk1111 Clay, am-olki-a lirauilllc 1 m; ad smith Maid ia: M,.!or IM...U . like, t jo'J all Lena ... I I'Hnpioii W l.nty lllacklnirn, thorouKlibrcd, by lll.n kburn'. a ' ' Hell la.". ... ... bv M.'lililiriinn Iblot.. Ir. hia ... .... At 11 i... Whip. 7th dam Maryllrowu, thornbi;hhrril, by dam by John Catuibt'll .011 of Wagoner; id dam ired Robert . .' 1... aiainiirino ruoi, wiui at 4 years oiu rxiikennry 1. 111 . .1 I'l'liiioiiiia, Nth dam rhejauu. mare, tlinroii(;li-- ! Alitiont by liy Minnii, aou 01 Aiucriiaii Kilip.c.- Grcgori lnij.Ki , Mc. trottcil allon.,.hl,JVi!.,r,i,,5',,no',,,l '"" Wl" Alexander'. Midallali. aire of GoldI. red, h) Imp. Janus. jq1, ""' for $17,000 ta.li Seioild dam ?", ' .!';l."'"'. "'" ,ri1. ,0' "' ",riJ '')' Alexander'. in Slur and sold ihcttrund-ilaor c.cape., t (I11 j 14; i.tilaiiihy .Mamhrlnn Chief, Dana) ol F.mi.tine .tlelriiH.lit.-u- i ai ij7j full hrntht-- to Renin Vuto- - smith MaidDirector 1 17, ad dam Kate by I'lloi .Ire Ah1i.1ll.1b, dam -- .ml tohe hy Imp. '" A. W. CARI'HNTF.R of .Maml. r, nn Pilot, Ir, hj Relr. Mainbrino I'ilol Jr. a, dam of 1'riniiton i nt,, Kiirlnl 1 Mauilirinn Chief, the aireof the .econd dam of liy of damdam of Maud S .. I no nun hi Mniubrinn Chief 1'ir.t dam bv Old Gray .ofilii. .Mc.M'iiverChief.Jr, R)MlykV llaiidilclonion, isi dam Hyacinth h) aim of pedigree klinw. tw 01 ros.es of Mamhrlnn Chief, 3 18'., and .Maiiibriiin.ired the rcat Lady Thome ad ilam a last Iriitliuu mart' from the Nurlli. Volunteer j 37, jd dam Clara d.un of Dexit-I'.itchen, who in turn .ired Harney Wilkt- - bv Georf Wilki., tile of 08 in 1 ij''4. Alma A.loria 1 by .Secley'. two of I'lloi, Jr. two of llenrv Clay anil one . of laiiitlou j io,,auil ii other, in jaaund belter and llanililclniuaii; hinll upon paciiiifntid Iboroiik-hi to list, Harry Wilke. 1 1', Ac. Firtt dam Rosa star, jd dam McKin.try marc (tl.im ..f broil foundation Iheil.un. of Guy Tin. mil mil acre man's at I'l.V'.'ri-- 1 iS.ir.d Ihellamiof Wilke. 2 n'S, liaron b) Hiiiinc, ou of I'ilol Jr, -- ire nft he dam of Maud Shark a tj'i I Wllke. 15 other, with record. , S, jiaS'4 a 10, . ai . . t record a s, hy Fric.son 10, dam S15 to Insure. tin. oi a 10111111 oilier We will also .land n,.iil Jack. Flint Wilke. will make the .ea.on uf h) old Canadian Pilot, i He will aland the aeaaon of iKs... 'in I iier) f Wis.ila' farm 51, mile. Irom Dannlle, 1111 tfie Tilt. Iinej.uk,; year, old, black with A Niirman it Alexander aj by the Morse iior.c, Stable in CiabOn hard at Only (.'rnulne Hyatrm mC memory Tralnlnc dam slucniii mare hy Magnum lliinuin. Norman will " M lit.d. In'uh,niHe make tht- meaen uh.t. iiauiitie anil .am a. ter pike l'our Hooka X.eurned In one readiuir. PEYTON EMBRY, aired Lulu and May t'ltccu 4 jo. Three of Milledsei, lc". , P.""1' llliud ivaudrrlnaT rurrd. D nln.""'"."', ' the ul hia noii. hail- .Ired ji a jo performer, ami Iks pike, Krrry child anil adult arently tipnrntlrd, il.n.ijliti'rs are At $12 to Insure a Living Colt. We the ilam. nl t In tht- t r l. also stand our Jail,, 'ireat indueementa to Oorrnpoodenoa Cbutea, Al to lnbure. Terra Mia will make .e.i.nu at un- 111K S10 t'uusiuer.iiiuu, Takmu aie, style ..ml l.r.c.l j 1nspertua, with Oplnlom of Dr. Win. A. Iium. HrecdcM will ohaerie that 1'ilot Wtlkc. ha. two At $10 to 11110 we liniih nils trie chiMlie.-toca Living Colt. stable Hptaslallat In Mind Diwaw... inoild, the I'llot, J r, ..ro.se, lit. ur.ind-irb- . .M.imhrinn Pilot, eier offend. Ilinp (irrfiilonf Thninpn,th.irr.t Vhrmtlan At $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Mnri- kopt on Ifra.i ut $ per inonth. No re. r.riliol. hclnj u brother in blpxl to Acalde, .ire of Hylas ..mat, .I.AI. ailitorol the f!:'!;.'! iW.i".'.n,.?rc "''H" Ihtiat-aaj.. .j 441'!, airC Of SllalC S. t l lsou.!bIlity. For further piirticitlar- - call nn ur At SliVKN DOLLARS A'lcoeal'... I Itlrhuril I'roctor, the uc by Mtil., Itnpiirtril C.e..ir lo in.iire. from Inn-.- , Seuaoii duo J'nr furtlu'r lnforniiilluii tallotieraiUltcas J. A. oiaiii. ne .iiuivr, W.ABtor.Judgp iHhmiii, Judith 1. .S.H. or I II. HA U( 1.MAN. prov Note: 'IVrru Alta i.idc full mile in a tn with adiltii.. himaelf u ,rt. rOJ ue,.rr wlicn iiiarei- - parted with. ' . olhrr., mdi iio.trrn.br Wnad. or S. II. Yuasiir. ilriliiillln.anl , :.. . ' ;.,;siinif.r.i, k,-CHAS. L. CROW. JK. WRIGHT. II '.. ACt'RTISGOVKR. I ju.-i:i'- ii I'rol. A. JAUMKTTJ:, a!l7 l'lllli Arf.iN. V. .11 week. Iiandllni;ii swoi'i:. mM ' """ K,'.i."a V,l,,u".' pruc atlhc.Mclmau.ak' for ?.jaj, d forn hroml mar,, ut p.i .1 c -- .lie. lllood Chef, bvallluod. II ack ilau-k- : dam .Mid. u ; dam I'lora'liy SkedadilU ilioroi;likri-d- j dam Medici bi Old Waxev, hy lleathtino, pa. vr. dam hy Shtfton'!. Telcrapli. , II V Ml TROI'HI.II AN, i:-'- . 4 dim hi Frank Ithoroiiulihrcd.l j Dan. illli Vilkc ha .tuned In tinSou of llamblctoniaii threo ol tliem in irai.-h- t hr.it .mil thirdtaic.niin nionei in Ham JOKTTB. fourth. I lam III.' Wllkc.i. alwitho lly lllood Chief, 70a lir.l and only ;ratiil-! "oil of tieorut W'ikiilint lia. proilucu'd oin-iSire of la lc KoIiIhmoi, 1 ao1,. i jo or better. Ilaniilte has two more of lii yet MetrHpoHian hi IlainbleiiHii.in; dam tnut are now in training ami, harrm act nioiit Hyacinth bv Clam, il.m of i ,,Kl);0 ,eccr,. , nr . ... '.a .... better: . I m .. A aaaIatd' i Ila4.lorll1il Ilii'lntOr ' Vine I . H.. " .'1 ""-"-tol.o one of coniuii-- i, t mat u.intiiie n,. like- - will Ignor In- - ni;- il Metrop-ititby all 1. luLiniiileil.-i-f to . it. ,c0 K. u.. the best and hy malty the ver beat bred lulliuu ori v , , ,jf " 1 RINGOLD. Ryjk' 11 11 Itv-djolunieer.-itand-da- IliC UV L I.I , irc itatrve Wilkt-- r MKI.H WII.KO off.Hn . v Ir biOor is Smith rUauhm.in'. n.'ded Jm k, HI . . Jack Mc4l. and iit for Uhmi. .mI.ii .. a.. mare or mole ni . . ...,r ... X ... .., (Mi. 1111 ...aauai tn ,..... l... J. k II.U'liHMAN. Tho King, and Proctor Knott ,, M . a. Ilatowmvtlle. k.t -- I lb I'Liiuum -- .,.', lie l.illio StonewallJackson,Jp. STALLIONS FOR 1889. IMP. LONDON, . I - . a MESSENGER. pikt PRI1TCE I, ! . .At N'o ' . imi maHK HUM', aa. .aaiBB. aa Iron-ihmI Wi, 0,4 . a d -- . .(.,, ut ,i '"'il'c ,ir. ,., proiltl(, trotter and "like. luVpron-r am j, l.im-elf- u fini-hi.i'- f.. Ha. I.or.i. 1,'t.nnila In jh, ihrie 11 ar-o- ld tin. Im' lir.ali.r m ,. i ( narle. Dunn'.. will nwli the a-on .,f .11 priii.-- , mile loin -- 1, lanlonl, 01, 1:1, Ho-- h loan, . iwrtie. lor a irj . ..11 VniAn jnnttti tii. .. .lk .,.. f mi. 00 pai rriiui 1. ' ve ir.oiu 1111. .prinu', oratWlala - nu Iillt4ut of . fdt iula- my ni. itt tjriMrd ) n rrit t a In vhtL ilr m.r and..... J one, .1 . , ihf lotH, ui4 M.Hf.-f- lftn.hr rricNA li..llt H.I.I. I, 1 ft . It , .1 il' permute.' in I m At " n-- in '"? J.I lh...l "" sio the Season, ., Iw In ., --' Ihe lair rmj;.. ., .'. r,...IIja.rn.rd. jr. .. it. , oi, .i. -- , 1 , -- -- . -l , , Kiiu-oU- , on-ur- Mli-mj- ii ul -- PRINCE MESSENGER! Mr.-.'n-i-- r, MODOC f J.. ,,r ,.. - Insure - llinti-ntrhe- ; ! in n cIoh-ir.i.ic- -- M, .?". ...-..,,,., Ml - I. ISRl'CE, a MUX Nill, -; . a Ca-le- -- b sirpa. 111 111 ,'' a. I - lln-io- ll .ri.4 ,,. h..r-M- nr ii 1 1 1 ) - ' ! ,a,. 1- -- 1 aBU,;W;v j r -- aii AllU T 11 insure O i i ...l 11 , I i.a 1 ime-nt.rt- h inule-Onl- J Iv S, 111 I ' iral-cl- a. bor'-i'.iiii- It-- . 111 11 u. Ten "" -- Insure. a Jl-ill- WUrnS, ao.. yogi, I GOVER'S MESSENGER. -- KOH WILLIAMS. 1 ri. ij, r - dcan-ndnnt- jWttw4kUMik o Terra Alta 9525. i 1 it 11 allen bashford, pris-i'i- it f ,s. - . wni-ii- I 11 1 -- 11 i'-s- . 1 -t 8, .!: ,; ,,. ll l., PILOT WILKES. i' , 11 I 11 . ,"",l"r!4;'' . ' f n,). lit-aire- . MARVELOUS ..!..... . - SI5 to Insuro iar, I r Live Colt. ' - MEMORY DISCOVERY. worl.l-famr- d .1) li-lil- r If-,- , Vnii-riia- iT 11 Linubi-ri7So- OJESABl' Insure 'le .MIIIedKi'illlf, iSH-a- . ai', - SIO to Insure a Living Colt. ti. Blaok John, m '.--....- 11 - ,i 1 1 Ky K zzz&xxt- - OUIt YOUNG FOLKS. ESKIMO BOYS. TVelr I'lujn mill Icto Aii Hi' Mrl iho boyit iipproaeli.liut hi c rapidly overhauled ur.ci J-IN-DUO- Tory I'litt llimlltit; uml I'Uli-Iii- It might seem at In which tocu.oy thu sitortscotu-ruti- n among boy In lutltudt s, but my ixpciitucc III nil thu rones shown inn thul the KsMmo boys have ahontiis niuny plays i ilotliiM Midi on of tlio ti;iiiprt una iMlmc, l inoio tlimi thosiuif thu ttoplcs. llio bright, keeuiold or the IVlar reirlnns I Jdttces something of tho siunr duality in I s tluitiron, iimi although 'lie pi polar be-f is that Hskitnuciillilrcu nt" in.ipul am! uggish I found thciti as In ut.tl active Anrillf-'mmhi s those of niniu favorul i line f their sporitv Is In the nature i silv muted fur liy tin) n.i'criMit mlviiii-- ' ires tiii enjoy hven tho smullnst of tho little, "tuts" muy ft'in be ' ill hin ir it team of puppies a lrut ssod ton musk-o- horn smillo orumlwill-- i. s tusk, which icpiosonts a i. cc. 'toting tho Infantile, uiiltimts with u toy p until they coitnln.y do lint oii,4y the I u , however iinteli It muy pnu;e ihc Mimll ilrt Misht tliut the ilcsolegions wunld not bo u favor-tibicpiu- iiirliiK lm k - ks. lor I in-- bo-I- I. 'null ,ne onh fil i M'i si. i .11 I ersprrs i.ijoj anil as a K l II ' lu.l.ffl us , hlllll tl ' IS ll ' Opp U'll- t e to Ui' in inoi-- t "f i he turn Tin iimKs ip a s'one in iii mii.iII i iiji , t iii.ii l olilslt l. ' ft, uml tl o o .- - ton', ok li' ' as hoiiio- iiMjf in i',nfi i pi i iiioiu. , i mi ti) a '. ( In tills c.uly ))lnv Isitli lmy s und p'lpnlcs i live lessons Hint uks; thitn In later 11..1UCIH timi 11101111,1 thing Out iiiay. iii "V harnesses tisisl on the puppies are I miiv made by the lime gir s, w tin some i ssist.iiu'o from their nmtlieis now uml t en, uml thus ail llio work muy boconsld-- i 'til a "rt of is.lU weather kindergarten, v line 'ho miiiiiI aro taught mini thing n t fi r ut'ei life. In a lulo wlil tho Indie or the walrus ' is iiMi'iii liy a iiiliiiuluro .hh)b,1 uml I I fon t ttu tho young )'.knno is ntiki to t irft) a sit Oil his o'v i. in o.in' , lint, I hi r hiyt. theM-nrloil r. trie northern i Pmls ple.lMHe in sledging lis , .ii t ii i. btssHiirs i.. I' I wi h. Hllii, i . r innn or uiv. tin hk!u.o never i s' s lis love fur .i swift ride nor tno I ' n m, iH'lilml .1 tine temr . '. i shillg i vs ' i I Lines ihe iMiVS pllV vvl ' i, id JJS, I s 'in In M o li ulim r tnut v. iiu'stets i i'imI Nt cs mnip hiii on m il a Hit) Ksitinioiiojr '.. 'i ii l urloti I'm. Ii .! l liter It to :i,o s(. i t of I IiiU l.lllll of . rn-t.e . s toe hard wi i k the,' ure I ,iti i m it .1 to pi i ( in I titlUl tin r pi crp.es ti .n ik stnv ll.i i i lul tendene i ,n mem In ii i.n 'mi. iniiiole spi tt tio Kiklmo I y t.iki s ail" .igc of tin ilops ravenous I a IH'.e fi ii i t of thrill M iii'n ''in way but It oxhiiiiHts them tnoio rapidly, us they eun mil breathe iimier the water. When t liotlui'lift liuvuoiico Ijpruii diving It In the ob;it of tl.o liovs topieis them ami allow them ns little hreaihiuK tinio as possible when they uin'ur hImivo tho water Tho most iivatlablo illicit Is seleeleil ami two or tin eo of the bo.sileoto their onere to It rii pt the WhnnillvliiK tteoursei'anl)o folio vvid iimli i ino water, and as the ke.itn r, It is iilmoxt Miieto ennte tip near Mime ono of the xnutio; Ininlrr. who lit otii'o Hint's la siM'iirat it, hiivveviu'furiiwav, anil stiu is pnildlinir to wind It at u tiipul rate If the bird is r. early exhausted by its divines in every dlroi'tion to i'upc, It w.ll allow the bunt lo nppi o.itli very ncur, ami tholi.iy soon lUiti'liite Itbrtweou tho sh.ift ami ono of tlif prongs of thu spear, when its fato Is at mien settled. In thoiuriy full, hoforn tho young cldor-dtu'U- s have learned to llv, the Imis catch them Iii si nes on tho sliHllow, Inland laltes on tho Metros of whleh they havo been hati lied. On ono of my fleilao journ.."s two liy if the pm 'y must havo hilleu ehxn to two li unlit 'i one aliiiriiooti, and woii.il pit iMiii. havo exlcno'vl their sn t if It hnd not met with sueli illsappri m f ihu wi'lio trtfti Tiipv seen, to cot n sri'rut ileal of fun out of tho pursuit of Hie little ilueks. but It was rather a imtiilfetnltou of tlw hv(:o nature in tliim eoinii.i; to tho front than j.'o In Milt ptii'Mi-Iiik.Iiii liar-baro1 the birds until faster mxttryto escapo 1.V d.vlng AND OUT. of A FEMININE GARMENTS. I'lrnsant Tliim limine for VI onion (IiiimI SH ilgo-rlil- o ii I'oiiiuiemlabie Yet my i'jlwi lniti Kitnuii, ml In it boys mutes tne feoi sife In Miyiim lUnl tbev fur rxetl llm Csk.ii.o lads In lieurtiess cruelty vvtieii Induic nt in tltoM pin;, s that yto u elmni'e for i s exervUe I lme ktiiiwn liiitiiins to inhe u tlondlsh doll'hl In inrtur'nc sinaM liinlst.iiilniilmals even irlisteului; they had eupturisl, 1 lti-li- s(rt lss -- gr Ail till. vlih !! UI k H'l i. vim m In lit i v r ft iiili 1 o siitrerril. IbiIs I o in ii than cwrJealy cruel wblle x'auji' for tLeir uo, ns lu the few i mum's 1 litive i' Iml Thu r!knu lsi)s hova n pnml tuntty spMH tioiden thime of n huuliiik' nature, although t m t' hi an. vutiih thiy enjoy o iiuuh iii ilixuDes whleh flt tlwni for beliiB soi''Vr'iil liimUfs when they tiro oliii r. Th-often ifk,st il. ivu the Inclines of mid when slowm uml I.. i 411.1 tht Ir Mrhirft tlMv eun tli y Imre mi n r,'! ni or ii i for ttii p 'pus. thjr cut llii'in out if Mln-iidy -- dlmi't I'tiim a tin) creat-i- . never aw llio INMiho s:eiri simlt, Muni Htnld tiii-- lo 1 I ciiMi i i i J i t I tho imiv Hurini' tin' m'iisiiu when tin miovv Is mi t k'lifiinl. anil I'iK'i'lnlly If a hclii snow r la ink', sonic jioriiti who lm Im en out of now houses nuiv re near ilm il that h ti x'k of pturmltrati or miovV' lil.e Vntie mmi'it Is near by Iturtnt; ji h weather tlu".i lilrilaio tint ll..i!y. if t. nriiieii, lo lake to Hie vviiiv.' In i'seae, but is to l '.inula', aid so tne Imvs of the I'lni'e turn out uml mini tlirm with lows uml urimvs Hefoie Hhltt mi n brouk'bl flrisarras Liiionc tbeoe Nuttlinru noiuails ullof them sil Im wm uml urivvv, tlm natural l.untltip ii.pleinonl of sax uj;ls nearly allovrr the wot til Now llioiiM) of Iniu ami ariow Is i ntinril aiuiostullok'otherto 'ln'rlil ill in in tin ir sjnuts uml iUv, ami in u piarinlirun I illt tl.ev employ llii'st' illiplrt uepoiis The oiiin."U'is iiiii' often j.'et wlihlu twriilj or Ihlii) fei'tof the Itiiil. wlileli run UinnKoii the citmnii In front of theiu with a vvuriilliuk'kiiit tliutsiik'k.'ets MiimuiJ over fisl farm il'n ks. ami from timi) to time sumo boy w tit a k'issi how uml it shot wi'li ilhi-et- i t rnik's ilouti one of the ptaruiii:iiu uiniiist ii ill ii'joii int. uimiiik' tlie juxeniie .N'i'n titrini' us f o ns In i .i ft i.i. ! u ti i f lissl il i e 1 is ii .mi s niri.ir In v very many times vli, n Sow tliein- .' 'i Ii i i.i ' t s Iii iii tlilrt-- i h II 'v. ftii tlio pious. I itiiuk mo inlM I ! villi- - l 'hit. i ,i i mi ii ' In .a i e out il. h i tortuUBeo to a "V. r a Kui a a urn' of timi s liefnro V I' ll"! I '"HSt'll tl) tHi.1 tl lifMlfSt III' tsllnyv uinl In inn like rrsi i tin' ail v eiv tiino tlmrhlpiir Horn' uashur'itl i . v ultin; inis, t tt, Mi is il nisa. ui .s uml fiirs iirWI, He Mu'ti hurls i an. i in' ill envoys thu Hi ill.e after tho In K down bill liis'lsover I w.d. CouHtlli.'. however. Is isimpr.nitlvo v little tlidulk'sl In, iiutskli i ii vr thu opportuuri s I hero aro for tbe to lilefH. k'nl ihroW tin' iin-t- er jinei'llo tt.ri1uient. cuhlde, esii sometimes, iro e.f' it prit nil hlptilnv I i Hoy wuy Is Uukuown uinimi; the litliuos. uuil ns to unw 1iik's they lwv never siH'ii a Hie extreme cold of the winter uml iho IIhttq wiiiils "pack" the snow vi 1' It K 'OeinlMu'lv as hanl as tmirtile. Hinl the ls'V nil! merit as tbev vmhimI ov 'm ll!Jstatlo (.'.ilewalk vv.iijil lions tiselxss as on a v hl'o tho lie Is i m. mlaii,. eil mail, near v alwuv s mi iiiuvjll and hi iiered wllUsnow that lln'ie vvtiiiil lw but lilUe skallnk. even If these I'.il I went ,er urchins k new how to skiiio, and lud iho bet skates that can be lr. imiw'-sIms'- s itiudo. lu the lotik winter evenings their fathers slaiw tho Ixivshuw toe.irvo the ixld pieces of walrus Ivurv Into miniature ttiiel;, wolves, w bull's ntlil every bin), beast uml tlh that tl.ev UiimW They alo baveMifts . at this time In which the o.der fo ks p.ntiei-p.ueo will not allow me to do but lov scribe ihui Of till the chiiics that tho white men have Ititiixluceil uuioiiu tli m or p'uvnl before none that p!eaes theiu so tin in, tlieie much us the simple imiiio of ilotnlnoe, vvbleli lliev will play bv the hlitir. They often make emit iluplleules In walrus ivory of the domino sols brouuht North bv the nliili men Krisii'rii'KSchWHtk.t.lti Youth's ('oiniuiilun PLASTER VrM OF PARIS. II r Is After a vl ; i) the piniiiiluii i.'1'li.liy umlrr ii nstailt shuwi't' ol arrows shot at tliein, uml if tlm hoys press them loo haul Ibex tiikiMo ftyli.c. Hini, onee no tho wine;, tin liovs fun is linisiiiil. t In fuv vruli e ilnvi J hiivo Vnovvii tvvuor tliieu boys trtbo leit m ii u'oruvo uvvny from the village In this !t, anil to "Oeuie two or tlirio Intils upuie Tins vv.ih lit the late autumn or iati vvinti r, vvlien the birds uen eiy fut uml exi'i eilinuly uveise to tivllik' Of o'lier IhiiiiIiil' sOit In wha'h lliebo.vs a.etiiies imliilue, I know of iiom whleh 'li eiijnv so nnii'Ii as sH'arln ilueks in ' .i s iitimei , ami this, loo, they lmo almost ii tin in! m . as tho men ilo not oiilo to waste lime .iml aiiiiiiiiuitiou on mji'Ii mall . nun , unless they liuvo absolutely nothing 'I I.I' to ilo Tiie ihii'k sjxtar Is a curious wcntou. with tlmo liarbi'ii prunes ruillutitii; at etjuiil lit . es froin tho shaft of tin) spear. Tbc.i) I vt w - - . s. " . - ti rs . s. :s nvr 'iir ' "Narr x. ' - - - V -- JTAIIIM1 lll'CkN prongs mo not at. tho em) of the H'lr, but. of tho way buck fiotnthe about front end Tho Hhuft, bcltiKOf wood, tho weux)iiu!ll tioat, and when it htilUcsadui k horn or tho pi out's, of thin, elastli; musk-owalmnhory, sprliiK buck unil"rldu over" tho bird's body uml then hold It with its barns. If tho pi link's ueio at or ncur tho end tlm harpooned duuk mltit eseao by diapgliiK tho weapon after It "end on," which would bo cotnpatatlvely eusy; but beiiiK near tho tnlddlo It has to il rujr tho sjn'ur tliioiik'li tho wuter at il;ht uuk'lento Its lino of flight. This exhausts i in u fuw hccomlh, uml the boy can pick it up. Thn tl mo for spcuritiK ducks Is In the f summer when ihoy uio moult nitf, or their feathers, mid can not fly, so their only way to cseupois liydivliik' undnwlm-mink- '. The boys, seeing a fiock of ducks near by, luko their spears uml vellnto their sealskin imiio"s, or kink, us they cull them, uml k'iv e pin suit. The ducks swim uway us oiiL'-llin- d x Mied-dlnt- sen nine lies t'oiisimcleiiis, has ns celved u communication from Mr .Tulto on a now process of b.irileiiink' piaster mi us to adapt It to the fiistniction of lloorlnir in place of wood, uml lo other purpose for winch It c.i not bo used in Its ordinary stallion uceouut of its want of hardness unit resistuni e to crushing Mr. Julie recommends the Intimate mixt ttie of six-- irtsof plaster of pod ipmllty Willi one part of lluclv silted icceutly siukeil white lime Tliw inixtuio Is iiiii plmed llkeotdliiary plaster After It has lieisimo tlioroi.tlily drv, the object umiiu fiii'itneil fioiu It is h.ituniUsl w.th u miIii-t.oof mi sulphate whatever whoso baso is prei IpttRted In an Insoluble form bv Utile Tlie Milplmles besliiiiaitcd fur the. purpose. f rum every jmhiu of vb w, ure thoso of Iron and mil With Miiplmleof Inc tho object remains With wnite, as inl.lii bo Mipiosoil of lion tlio oiiject, at first k'leenlsli, tlnally ussutties, throuirh desslcation. tli charaeteiistic tint of the sesquioxlde of Iron 'llio hardest surfaces lire obtained with iiim, and tho lesisi.nui) to breakavii'ls twenty times k'naler tliim that of oidiuary piaster. In order to obtain a maximum of hardness and tenacity It Is necessary to temper the limed plaster well lit asbiief a sp.ii o of time us possible, ami wit n no morn The water tliuti Is strictly nccessaiy. object to be hauleiied should he eryi!n, so that tlie solution employed muv penetrate it easily Thu solution should be near thu point of saiuiutiiiu, and the tlrst Immersion should not exceed two hours If Immersed too loni; the plaster would become f i luhln. The piopoitioas of the lime and plaster uiourbltrary, and may be varied ueiordlni; to tho lestilts to bo oiituiui d:, nevertheless, the proportions of one to six have Ltiven thu best lesulls. As It lsimpoilaiitth.it the piaster should txit bo spteadover the surface by passing and repusslnir tho t towel for too lone; u ' lime, the fastest workuian will ulvvayit bo tlio best ono to employ. When sulphate, of Iron Is used, the slabs uiof the color of Iron rust', but If linseed oil boiled with litharue bo passul ov.'r the sui face, they assuiuo a beautiful tuahopiiiy color, uml offer u certain supertlciul elasticity to tho tread If u coat of huid copal varnish bo added, the color becomes very beautiful. On KpreadliiK u two or threo Inch layer of iliucd iilusterln u room, and treatinj; It lu tluMVUV abovo ileseribed, woobiuln a Iloor which is as smooth an a mirror, and which In most cases, 1'iillllln tho oftlcuof an oak Iloor. but which has iho iidvaiituirobver tho latter of costing four tiiiteH less. 1 u sul-plui- to lion for riiiirloK. The V'rem Ii Acniloiu) of Scums I'lmrn iif llMlilrnltii; IN , Ailp " In older tube t, liebloimlile. or or stylish, or v latent" they do-in. mule the tps.ilt cvTjl!,.'. at which tut y e v-- v' tonrnve. 1 Mime y know vvln'tl.or to laugh or rr.r. The u ha', been I'lsoflsH'il nvor corset nun WDm their i fiiico tuo d utulove.' to wearer t .. d ihmi "ftis." uml voro Mimothi ,3 a Himi'.l limit g crd lu them. v.h.Lii tin . i.iihd K "hut... ' Sped nctiHof t'u seiusir'.n eutrof toriuro QioHtlll to Le foiiml in ml irarte-.In counn try limine; I. u a corset of the pn sent " not be an tmhe.i.thy of 1)1 ' S "eraliy " thoagll. ik Tnelmhor tvvoilMtit mould have uv tho belt, and the inch or two ttu.l should be cat off of tbclerjiih. nit vert It Imo ihe cnuno of mlery i ad i"e:ue. A very iieut and useful thine; u cnrMt mik'ht be. nnd Is. when worn short, not too Uk'ht, ni.il Is idhiio with a few flexible w hijlcboiiQs. No ousei'v ei know s the difference; ami the wearer can stiwp, recline, button her own sh.ies, and pick up any tlnuK ftho Imppi'ns to drop (ami k'ulluutr.v Ibis Is n great H)lnlj ; b .uk i.ii the yet she will exist in a state of u?ony, lonp-I'l- i for tlio ilino when hu limy "net th..' tik'iu thlnir off,' slmplv that nny nnu with u tup tne.i--i ro ut hnndcouidde mio Hint she was twenty 'wo im lies antitud the w.iii .She vv.li vveat Insiciul of tvi i' four skirts that wi.li enouBlt to tnako walklni; a iiiUery, bomuso u dross.mtiker telis her sho must, win ii a shirt initfftt b au itcttial fi atlii r weight uml liave precisely the same effect. That, is it point for whleh Ueuven l.nnvVE; why- - any one who Is not her own dreuH miller has in contest Hon ely The heavy skirt Is not desired liyunv one ICvery vvrnisn must bo wnsdous 'tint it hurts her, ilmt she can not WHlk cracefuily in It, and now hi i tin-n- . in its last days, she suiK'rlluity of drupeiy and divests llninc, mid llt.d, to her uiptie, that it lonks niUih pi t"er. Cloth lsnciinlly tK) hcuvy for a worn-ilres 'Ilm tailor mude girl, or her mother. my in the sumll coin of jietty tortures for tliet.' fcui"nor elek'ance; but tliey ure comfortable in cnuimrisoii with tho Victim ofun unskilled and vulgar dress maker, who fi stoons iitsait the hips of her etislomeis k'reilt li.assi sof u.oth, lis tlioUKll theyv.ero l.tmbteii' Ins for a window, or whleh wo see on pub those He liuildinifH when a k'reat mail dins "How happy one fei Is in u tea trown.'' 1 heaidu litih say tlm other day ; ami when ii is so easy, why not bo happy always! A matron limits better in a tea (.'own than In uny thinjr else she wears; and youth mid bent) tv wi"' ven'nre on the icsthetie on festive iki'Hsmus nut both ih.umini; ami Yel the very women who comfoi table would be relieved of many iiL'heMiud pains bv tlio general kdnptlou of biuutiful os. tumes which suit the personality, the taste and tho phy sieul needs of the carer, sueur ut and pi of ess themselves shocked by "these .esthetic people." who will, however, havo their .tuv ut fancy, tbev have common eiiso mi their side Then, too, ocluiice is liav iiiir uiiicli nioie to do With our lies III every illiectioti than it ileil to have; uml list belies which, as we must nil know. Is tho "science of taste' assuredly have its place Accuiiluiir to present Ideas, the iimstwlecautlady Is the one whom you cm not tell, with her back lo you, from tho thing of wood ami metal culled in iiiislistes' i stabhslimeuts "the form," if they do but wear the sawjemthes It is not oi initial to refer ativ one to the Venus of Mile as what u woman ought to be, uml therefo-- o 1 will only mention thai she could wear au lesthelte dress, nnd so could miiv other antique female statue, and eoine to life lu It ii hi fialuleu very vraeefulty -N Y I.edirer 'I'M n fsm 9 SB bw lle oMi:n.Mi:s, lni-'- s "'Ink of the viun i suffet-AiKV that women eti- - lil n' tho soil out each way undmuklngthe tieneh SEX. THE GENTLER eighteen or twenty inches deep Hulling piece of hard wood plunk on thu inside of it Tlici'jiiiu two women in coniinutul of tho mold boiird, letting It extend back about two feet, greatly facilitates thtowtug the Mississippi stentnlKialK. noil hack. 'I lie eniptihs of Austria IskiIiIio be When tlie trench Is completed tlllltlhieo very fotnl of hM.'ukhig Knglisli or four Inches deep with well rotted stable Tin ie ino 'Jill clubs of women in the manure and tread it down. Cover thu tuuiiurevvlth soil from half mi liu'h lo ono city of New Oilcans ulono devoted to tlio Inch deep; thou drop tin cuttings lu a Ktiuly of silitical econotny. straight line tliieu inches apart along the i, Mrs. (joiilon Mut.'kny, of tlio s trenches. For out dug", miy pieces of about tho sio of u lead pencil or w ifu of the inv entor of n .sew illg iiiueliine, larger will do; they may bo tit utiv length, lias !j:!0( 1,0(1(1 wotth of precious f.toiiex. from ono to four motics. Thou run a plow Mis Cnsliel Hoey.the Itihl) novelist, on the rloge thrown out of the trench, turning tho soil in tho trench 'Ou- -. to cover is iibout (!") years of nge. slioit. htottt.uiiil the e;.ttings with aboal four i;ie!te? of soil. ill Iter sty lo of iltess thoioiiglily Knglisli. Whon tbev iuvo rent up j nult which Tlieie is u Woman's" Silk Culture begin to h'i v. run the pio-.- m, li o opposite uml front its ivpotts it would sldoofthe ridee, throv lug ,.) uv..t four Inches itmm i ,d so loan, e n.-- l tlie tit'ijtn that Anieiiciiu wouieti tiro des'tlneil trenched uio filed up, nud i?. th'r phu es to In'cuiii extensive silk glowers. ure rldgo cigb Inchus high. A Miciety of the 'King'H U'tuglilers" To gnther the crop plow : wry tho soil 1ms been fomieil in Berlin by Mr. Mary co su to pall the from one side of onch row roots owtcanly. Then trim ofi all small U. Wilhiiil, who lias :i fninily stliool for tibers or root", also cur the top? elnso Atiietlcun git Is in the (Juiiiuii 'Ui!t:il. then be to tho ground. Tlio rootn ru-- s.. Women titu ut lust permitteil to jinic-tic- e thorongbly washed ntul lnnl Q it hiauly medicine in ('nimilii, ami tlio llrftt to place to dry. when they vtHl bo ready for license is Mi's Mm hull, of shipping If they tiro to bo . ;Dt for winter use, put th ti in lung hearc and cover Kinyston, n graduate of Queen's tiuivei-sltthem with suit to keep fn.it, j.om Ireexing. The Illinois Women's Pioss association a "dTFrabiTegate. lias w:i.eil so stum that it is to luiilil u It Is Itotli Cheap uml Cor.irnlcnt How It lioiisii in t'liicngo, a lititnio of which Is .Mode. 'J(K) s'i'- will be ii lis'tiiiu iiHini to The illustrations heiovvitb aliow. toys the MJIIs. AmerVfti Agrleiiltiiriat, tl.o gcnornl at young woman in Wellington, who pearance and de'uils of a ga'e which can never snvr. get off Its hinge, or be oiiencd is nt tlm Iieml ot a tv iKivvriting estnlilisli-meii- t, suyi tlmt since tlio new nilniiniM-(ratio- n ti t .iiueiu her business li:is,iiiereasi ( eiiiirmoitsly. 'I lie Hev, Allium!. t Deys I ins been n delegate from the Universiil i A ionnirfinnn-I'ciiie uuiiui to the World's I'oacu HXi .Ull held in I '.i i is the lirst live I Ksizzi; iIiivh in .June. J ik'livwxirwu. It is dure me ninii' Ainericnu women study iug at t in Vienna uml I'.uis th.iuever Ivfore. A leuiling nit club in I ill the foiuier city hns twenty (IvoAineii-ca- n lady students. i n. l - i ui. dxtL ivy. . i ir. Miss ICnti- - .SIiiiiiinii.il biiMiiuTciiues-siegu- l, bv isiws in other farm tooit. The frainu, met hel futhernt the depot, the Kig. 1, has two uptight pots, ouch four by six luehes .nil seven lo eight feet iiirb other dii.v, mid luoke twoof his libsut above gioutiil. across tho top ot which is ii u single hug. She ought to In' Inlielcil eross.pliK'i'. sis inches wide, n'ne uml a ha' I with thuwoiiK "HnitilsotT dangerous." feet mug atiii foui inches thick in tho mid Klimlftli Stuitli, b'J yeam of age, I) de A dlo, and bovi nl to one mil) at em sill two inches thtcU uuil cit'h! feet .oug i walked most of the way fioiu Wheelsuul; level with the sut luce of the giiiund ing, W. Vii., to Bridgeport, Conn. She The gate Is tight feet wide, hung uy the was on her way to Wotiestur, Mass., iipnglit pns'o. into either end ol wheie her mid lives, anil stalled with which mi I mil p. n one inch In ummcter i only $1. trim-iiilugito-loinsso-clatloi y. M-t L. n' Duly I'oeiii Vliule u lilt. bright girl, tho daughter of a congiessinnn. and well known in Washington society liming tlio iat winter, is agieat loader of oetrj. "I love iKH'try," she said thootherday, "and would givo anything If I could write it." "Did you ever try''"asked hercotnpau-Ion- . Hit A very n, 'Never but once," she said, hesitatingly, and with a poetic blush; "never but once, nnd that ended my inue'rt career fotever. I was in school then, ami the teacher insisted upon every ghl In the thetoric class writing n poem for next tecitatiou ilav. i couldn't do it. anil avowed I wouldn't, hut she insisted, and tlnally I just had to." "What was the oein?" hupilieil her friend, cautiously. But the caution was of no avail, and to divulge for some time, she teftp-ebut nt last gave up. "Well, if I must must. I suppose, bo hi'tc it goes: d 1 "N'oiv A j"in for tlio i helorio elnss tul.iy. viyonlj hesitation To do this for Is tlmt I haven't thought of ntta dartnst n .for I am asked to write niney my delight, ord to "Wasn't it awful';" she continued; made me leeile it befolo the whole school. But it brought down the house," and a very satislieil e.vpiessioii fell over her face. Washington Clitic. I.lllle Vlury's l.ollli II text. . was attending Sunday school for the first time. She sat in the infant class and listemsl attentively to the other girls answer the ijuiMious nnd recite "The (Jolden Text." By ami by- - it came her turn, ami then tho teacher said to her: "Well, lilt iw gnl. do you know 'The tiolilen Text-:- ' " "No, mu'iim," sitisweied Mar; : "but I know another piece: "hut the worst of it was the leaoher Man, aged iMiiiinni i J3 mm lump: mm ter "I hnd a llttlit do,; iuhI his iMllte iras It. vrr. Ami u In ii he iliisl ho dliil nil over ' Philudelimfu Press. A I Hint t:i lloii'iit. q zczp H0.2 JLI , MpiMivmrr W lt, 1 i jat a s I..i A I'oiillry. The lllust rat ton shows udevico that is not only the best for u drinking fountain for jKiultry, but a very satis factory arrangement for thn jwultry keeper, inasmuch as GOOD FOR THE HENS. ('limp mol HiiiiiIt Dei left for Vtatrrlng jug. As the til ids exhaust tho supply, more water from the jug will Keep the dish always mdfoimly full Such uu arrange-mei- it will last n dcweii hens forsev oral days. The jug should i each to within ono Inch of the bolt out of the dish; uml the boat it should be wide enough to completely cover tlicihsli so that all Hull muy bo kept oil of the drinking wutci ; at the same ilino it should ha narrow enough so that the bads can drink from both s.dcs. Farm nnd Ilo no. HORSE-RADIS- is never wasted and the supply seldom runs siiort. Inn wide board bmo u hole latge enough to insert the neck of a jug holding tvvoor three gallons Niul to iho cuds of tills bo.ud somo cleats which will houl It' threo to four inches from the I'louud, audi phuo under tho little table thus funned a dish which in shallow enough to slide under easily, ami sil leave loom enough between its edges utid thu lioanl for tho pu Hry lo put in their beads. Next till the jug full of water and tin u il over tho dish, uliuvTing it to with its shouhlcts on the board. Tho water will only run out until tho dish Is full enough to cover the tnoutli of tho 1 tlmb.nls can not isdd WATI II Tlllil I 1 foul the watet, iho drink ' iet . ' ' Its laugi'ly liieieiilnc 'oiiiiiiiptlno- - IIiivt to Cultivate II. There Is a hugely increasing consumption whii h Is now found icgu- of hoise-radisluiiyou the tables of all hotels uml restaurants, as well us of most piivutu fatuities. It is also cxjHirted in large ipiunti-ties- , uui Isprep.ncd for the letuil niiuket by boltleis who mukousieciiil business of It. They i eiji.lt e smooth, huge loots, free froilikunbs, mid for such tho present price Is ltx tn l.1 Hrtoii Thorough, infeiior qualities sell ut any price they will bring, A t'liHiicr lor tho Heller. being bought bv slieet veudi rs who grate Tho Minister do new parishioner) I un them by hum!. sister, I hut our husband has derstand, drar Thi' best, soil fni' this eiiiti Is o suoili loum m in to u change for the better. oriecluluied bog w huh has been thoi (HighTho 1'urlnliioiicr lit! bus. Ho has loft ly cultivated for uml is free thu Long .Nines uml Is pitching lor the Irom atones uml seciul jeais thoroughly, J'lowlt Iilatnoud Daisies now. He Kins live hundred I'low us deeply nsits possible, us then make dollars nioio ulary tLnn ho did. Drake' trenches three or four feet apart, running JJnk'uziue. the plow buck waul und forward, throwing ' ' thu gate i closing ami hold them in thr stenographers. George William Cuiti wtites with a notches when it is shut. These ate i:n by a nmiid humlle, to which they ate H!H or n K'i)cil. attached by striut's, us shown In Fig. X As Munit Halsteadtesorts to phonography will be seen, this Is tu effect a itouh'c irate or tuiii'siiie, opening from either side, tinn- and typewriting. Cliatles A. Dana dictates everything ing upon the center p vol, and doubly fastening automatically when closed. If n sin- toa Monographer. gle ','ale is desired it may be constructed 11 ward Atkinson, the stilt tsticiau, tlie-tattilsin the suine plan, only leaving off out to a stt nugiaphtr. side tlisiige Bancroft, the histntiun.tlictntes SHE HATED MONOTONY. all his work tu a stenographer. 'the Last sail Meetiiii, Iuf I'Htlrut II.lt rj Thomas Riiley Aldrich writes in the uml Ills lie. Chi. old fashioned way, with ieii and ink. 'Mamie," he siild, with a ii uveiing Charles Caileton Collin Hnd- - hecan-tm- t quaver In thu vowel sounds. "Maude, 1 a'sked you to coinpoo sis vvell on a typowiiter as three weeks ai'n with a pen. tnairc me " -- You did." Robot t (Intut, vvho vviote tho "Confes-sion- s "AndyiKi sold 'no.' " of ii Frivolous tJirl," -- ays he still "lliut was inv unsvver," 1 asked you the uses tho pen. "Two weeiisugii filllie ijtiesttwi " AnielieRivis.ii beginner, say.s: "I "1 roiiii'inbor." use pen ami ink in vviitiug and you niiiil'i tl.o mo replv." "And never dictate." " "I did Geoigo Keiiiiitu. tlio Kusmmh eplotcr, "A week ago 1 ulied you to be my vvlfo, vv rites fiis stoi ics in lesul pencil, tlico dicand vou sun 'uu' iii'iuu.' "Yes." tates llieni toa typowiiter. "You have had uuother week totlilulc the dipt. Chiules King, tho novelist, says: matter over, and l called tu see whetheryou "It is haul to teach an old dog now nud arrived at any othercomiusli u " Sho letieeted a ilioiueul ami llicii suid. tiicks." He writes with a pen. gently: Oliver Optic has used a tv jiowrltcr "Harry, I leeuguixo the fact that each font Icon yeut, and has not vviitten a 1 have ausweied you lu iiueiseiy Ihe time book or story in that time by uny other .sumo way. Theie has buu nothing in my icpites so fur to lel'eve the similarity ." means. Bill Nye navels mi that ho cannot e Then after uuother pause she said, sttilmmo softly t a tyjiewi iter or stenogiapher constantly. "Harry, I shou d I ato very una h to bo Someday, he says, he will "dictate" till considered monotonous " ho gets black in thu face. And Hurry didn't wait for nny further Margaret Delaud, author of "John Met chant Traveler. answer Wiird, I'leneher," iim-her pen alto11 oT lltack snow. I'u gether, hut after her copy is leadyfor At Ail ken. Mini., on A pi 11 .', at 4: 1.1 o'clock, It became mi daikthat lights vveio thu printer sho has it typew t itten. James r.uton writes in thu old fashiiecessui'y in busltitss houses, uml the air was tilled w nil snow t Inn vv as us black and ioned way. Mitriou Hat laud dictates to dli ly us though il had been tiuuiplcd iutotlie her daughter. W. II. Riding is a pen Dill 111. Kix ounces of snow and one fourth pusher, ami so is Cdwutil ICgglcston. 3f dirt uml suud vveio found lu the ouuci) Mr. Itichaid Watson (lilder, editor of bottom of a dlslu Tho dirt Is very line, something like emciy, uml contains pani- Tho Century Mnganne, says he writes cles that have u metallic luster. This dirty hia own compositions himself, but feels Tho Hiiovv fell to thu depth of half an inch lisapiKiiiiteil if MS. sent to him is not utmospheieut the tiuie piescnted a pecu- typewritten. liar greenish tinge Tnere was a little Mr. W. U. How tils, tho novelist, wilted wind blowing at tlie lime fiom tho northwest, though llieni seemed lo be cousldeiu as follows: 1 havo a weak w list, and I blu wind higher in the uir Holld chunks of use u ty ju'writer whenever I have a o Ico und Kind are reported to have been very distinctly in mind or a bit of v ui Ions picked tip in places Hclcuiltio plain sailing lx.'foio me. Tho dlllicult Ameiic.it.. places 1 feel my way through with a pen. Collslilniitr. Phonogt uphill World. Mosheini- - Hev ' Schwurtrhiind, verejou goawa.v sogvick ulretty before dot subberl To avoid the tiouhl" timi danger Schwartrliund Schuelgell, do vutchmuk- ftoiu the use of batteries ns tlie er, yustcutn up sduirs mil his bunts bust in liullof. 1 sell'em to him yesdenlay, u bar- somen of Miwer for eleotiic bells a magnetogain. May he ho feel bad uml don't vuut -electric lell has been devised, in to seo mo alretly, ulii't ill Life. mechanwhich the current is III., makes I.Vi iliiien cow- ically by the inoveniiiituf tho "push" or Coi.i.iNsviixi. its equivalent. New York Times. bells dally. K u-s pas-sag- driven, holes having been tiist bored fn that puiisise. .States ' Tho fastemugs consist of two bolts, each Heavy Swell By Jove, theso spring HOW THEY WRITE. four fct two inches long, resting In mor susjieiidcrsaro tho con ect thing. Keep I id's cut In tho i enlral iost and outer vert I cul pieces, us shown in Fig. -'. Theoutet 1. It. Stockton dii tales to a long hand one's trousers in shape. No infernal bagging at the knees. Aha! end of t'ueh burls beve.ed uml His in a slot vv riter. cut in tho gate pul The oilier ends of tho Kll.i Wheeler Wilcox "couioson pen bars are held in p.nce liv htiel spring; sciewed to the lile of the central posi. in hand." These springs u. low them :o fly baei; when George W. Cable wtites hib novelu in long hand. John Boy le O'Reilly writes with his own hand. A. W. Tout gee says he wiites with n m ncil or en. (jeorge Alfred Tovviisoml dictates to no. lAsflMNl., of It is estanutiil that the women of leistuo in New Yotlcuud Biooklyn me interested m mind cure, Christian hcieme or faith healing. The number of teachers in Itotli cities is phenomenally large, and nil have full classes. stilTrage An international women in Paiis in thu congiess is to ami the municipal council lius voted .VH) f nines toward the e.iienses. SliKan Antliony and Mm. Cidy Stanton will represent the women of the United tlini-foiiit- lis ini-e- t tuui-tite- r, C Heavy Swell Once a Week. -- Half an hour later. Not Tine Iii I. in. l'ditor We can't accept this .sketch; It isn't true to lile it icpri souls a messenger boy running. Aitist Hut he isn't ciinying a Dies-sag- e. lalitor Aitist l'ditor Isn't lie? No: he's running to a lite. Well, I'ut tu the lite that altera tho case. and we'll accept it. Yan- kee Blade Voilillloil rolled. Well. Joshua, did you get things llxed to tuin our Iioum into ii summer an lualth icsoit? Fanner I'm afraid the plan won't work. Mii.uul.i. I went to Saratogy anil tvvoor tlneo places an" I found out we can't havo no lieiilt It tesort without siilin' our well water so the cattle can't drink it. Philadelphia Reconl. rannei's Wife A I.IMpllii' llesi rlplloll. Tlio sue going north, dunlin Herald. .11) lliooel.v. I feed ii score of Iiviim. or niore, I'fur hens they are to ine The eggs tUvi Iny Will hardly pny The tlmu It takes, j ,hi see; Home il)S il liikun two iloen In lis To lay one egg nt vast eggspf ns. miiuot henl them In the j aril. They'd tl) nbove thu inooiij And now that. spring Is on tho whig. The) kee i tlm place In tunc "Cut-cu- t in iln iut"' are thn words limine Iheotitlivins of my bhils I ca iln !" the) scrulih nnd claw, They tear the dimpled Un; I low er beds I make lor theiu tomke The) rcrHtch fioiu carl) dawn; f.lkn kill f sco moles the) dig glent holes. .Mid wallow hi their iltul) howls "Cat-cu- t lilnl, ' Why ilo I heiil this Thnt imkles, but nut Livs? Ilmt wastes tier lime. Ami much uf mine. in uu iiieso uusy IIK)7 Kecmise, when I liiovrilontof Iomii- -I kllewjt ; 1 kind o' Minirhow UioilM I oilulit to do ItT - iiriitlln III Hnx.ld) n Yji$t, iim-Ii-- .L J.llJIAAvJC4i;JKXi-U,.'l..J.lUJ-U.U'.U.l.lJ-iUf- . . ,. ,. .. JJ imiiiiii'nr"'r-r"- ) l.-- " I itmwWMOTni Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal A IN CENTRAL MEXICO. Voitr- -. Country That litis Itrmi sctlli'il nnil Kanawha Falls. The Mexican Kallonal road pa-s- ei u rwit through a plateau, tu rut her n valley, This lovuly Hjtot is uttiiu-tiii- ! iUmI of ntU'ittinu iiiiioii", thosi" who arc lyhifj between tho two cou-- t ranges ol Kivqtioutly tlio altttuilu fouil of tht; bountiful of 1'iituieV own nmiititnin. feet, yot owing coiiplcil with the luxuries ami reaches live tliou-uti- tl comforts of .nun's moviriiui:. 'I'lif Knn. to the proximity to the (iulf slretun iiwhii Hivor, within u few hundicd feet iiitd the tropics the vegetation Is aj constant source of surprise to tho! ninjrnifiVeiit jl the hotol, htvukH into wtUurfiill, and it it. ono of tht' most attnu-tiv- u aihtM to witiu-.-- tlio iii.irinj:, foaming watuis iiuully pltt'iynu; over the cataract. Alonjr this river, above and luslow tho 1'all. citn he found the linest tishiiiK in the Virginia mountains Some of the catches have been exceedingly line. Han-Ic- y l'iver,viitliin two mile of the hotel, al-- o all'ords splendid lishinj: and can he readied easily by jiooil roatl. Onu pueuliiir feature of KaiM'.ha Kails Is thai it in not infested with that sweet toned songster from the Jersey shores, tho nioittitn. How and why this is so, no one can divine, but it is probably due to the. ministrations of some mountain sprite, who, like St. 1'atiie.k, expelling snakusand toads from Ireland, chose to piovidu one, and only one spot on this continent where these little pests, would not make life miserable or sleep impossible. Woluarn that the hotel at Kanawha Kails has been tecently remodeled and s Tlirrr llioiilrnl forTr ' THIBET'S PRAYER-WHEEOne of tin strniiisc.it (iiiiitimiiiriM L. SECOND-HAN- D GOOXS. Vorsliti One of the -- trange-t contrivances for religious purpose- - ever Invented by of Thibany people is the prayer-wheet. Thoiya- - Manning, tho only Englishman who ever saw l.linssu. who el l!r Invpiitpil. for llH'lilrill . sli.ixiltiT Tlni I. oil Inn Is till Vet ifini Inn's I'iii.hI.ii'. Tlie pa adise of ctinil-'iiii.d hno'o thoroughly renovated, and even thing conducive to the commit and pleasure of their guests has been provided, and it goes without saying that this will be the most popular resort for our people dining the coming season. I'x. tickets TheC. A: O. will sell round-trifrom all its principal stations to the Kails at reduced rates. p The importance of observing Solomon's injunction with leference to the liirlit uso of the rod in the education of the young has had a new and romantic illustration in the county of Mercer. A ago Louis .lelp was wearing out his young life in a struggle to a reach modus vivendi with u stubborn mule. Louis walloping the nude, broke the plow-linwhereupon the elder Jelp devoted the ictunant of the rope to the work of wal loping Isolds. The young man sought surcease of sorrow in the society of a maiden lady of 10 suiumeis and a good estate. Shoeomfoitcdhiintosomuchpr.r. pose that the two ran away and got mar-- ' ried, and now Jelp has 10,000 in bank and is tenant for life of n good farm. This fIiows that a licking judiciously applied is very line for a boy. The mon of the story would be perfect could we but be avoned of the permanent reform-atioand future luipplijc-.- of the mule.' few-day- s e 1 i n -- -. . Helfrst, Me., once had an eccentric clergyman known n Archie Harden. Among other stoiies that are told of him None that a lady tpld him that some ho," said one had stolen her axe. lie, "I'll get it for you.' He appointed a prayer meeting for the next evening,' and after talking a while he stopped, looked over the congrcgi'tion a moment and said: "Somebody has stolen sister I'.'s axe, ami if it is not hi ought back by moining I'll tell who has it., .iloryto timl." The axe was leaning, against the wood pile next morning. It W also claimed that he reformed a kicking cow by praying for her, and that he once coriected a brother minister by stopping him in the middle of a sermon and praying over the mistake which lie said the preacher had just made. , ", ' , I'oi'i.ai: C'n.Mt Hoi. A tall man walking down Chestnut street laughing ly responded to the iiupiiry of a friend us to what be was doing: "Sawing Spanish cedar boards in West Virginia for cigar box makers. Til' tin remark that no Spanish cedar' jiruw in West Yiiginia he replied: "And imt enough anywhere elc for the de-- j umiuI. We saw up poplar logs into the! thui boards, and the cigar miikeis dye, extract that tiMMii hiovvn with cedai gives the boxes proper color ami odor." I'lie logs ait sawn with ribbon saws that toako little sHWilu-- t to wti.ste. Nearly s all bpxes tiaed by Anieiican ;iro made from this wood." I'liiladel- jiihia ItHjuirer. cigar-niakci- j , --- -. Huslmiul "I must or my note will to protest, and if my creditois once1 so get stinted after me, I am a ruined j Timi:' I'uvr.vtti-: . man!" You can fret, dear. surely raise that much on my diamonds.! You knowyou said they were woith $:'., OK ut the lowest valuation." And us the memory of the awful liuhe had told the dav he gave her that 127 set ol gems lose up befoie his guilty con-- , o science, the miserable man betook the outer darkness with mi c- ceetling bitter cry. -- Terre Haute Kv Wife him-elfint- "lon't j i uress. e In Taslikend, says a traveler, the have imjiosed a tax on all women who marry. All merchants who visit Kashbar ate obliged to take a wife. As soon as they leave the uoiiiuii obtains Clii-nes- i ' another husband and thus the tax. a considenilile levenii'- to - iTiimeiit.- - Chicago llindd. li,(H.0diH'eieiit tittup v- - T'hcie arc about lions of postage stamps In existence. The museum of the Merlin poMnilire alone contains between 3,0tKl uml'i.t'OO speci-- j ' inuns, of which half aie fiohi Humpei lemainder divided hetwi-eand tho Africa, Amorica and Austialia A-- desciip-- ' j ia Northern tourist. (Hunt cacti abound' every pliuv. Tho known In the North us the Spunl-l- t bayonet and soap, weed, which has no trunk whatovoc, down hero are Immense trees, frequently two feet in diiituetei(aud twenty feet high. The same Is also true of small peur eactu- - of our Northern plains. fruits anil plants llourisb at an altitude of sevon thousand feet. Having pas-e- d Salilllo. wo onteivd the region abounding with tho intiguey plant, which i indigenous to .yexico, and from which the natives malco tho opular drink called pulque This is' n milky. ycu-- t iiit'lllntr drliilc, which ' few of our party had the courage to tusto. yet which us u drink holds tliu ame relation to a M.viean that Itiger beer does to u German. Wiuii distilled l. A very the liquid is oalled g little of this clear and bevorage will completely iloor an American who' has been long Inured to strong drink. The liiiigu y plant is extensively ciiltlvatd. and every morning there is a train-loaof tho pulque run to tho City of Mexico, whore the poor buy It for about three cents a plot, and drink it without moderation. Tho Interior of Mexico l by no d means a country. All along tho route the tranger i surprised to lltid that ouch little town hu enters was settled by the Spaniards from two to thre hundred your ago. The buildings are all of stone or adobe, and built with open court- - and along very narrow paved streets. Everywhere almost half the wealth of the towns Is put in chnrche-.- . and the old Spanish priests seemed to lutvo so placed these chnrche- - up and down the valleys that at no place could the mls-- j ernblo Inhabitant- - be bc.wuid the reaoh of the tones of a ehnpcl bell calling them to mas? and confession. Kvery three or four miles we would p'i-- s ouoj of these chapel-- , which has been a place of wor-hl- ji for from live to eight generations. Many are now either part or wholly In ruins, with only the touo towers reaching heavenward, while a liia-- s of ino-- s and walls arc slowly yielding to the corrodings of time. How strangely in harmony' with the decay of tho .Spanish civili.a-- ! tiou which wa- - transplanted along' the-- o Tiirce ceuturie- - have In entirely changed the people. mingling with the native A.tecs. tho' Spaniard has -t uiiicli of his Identity, all ocr the rural provinces' and the Mexican partaki .more of tho aboriginal stock than of the engrafted scion. He - incapable of reproducing1 the architecture and carving- - and jointing-o- f ineklng in energy and inventive geniii-- : ignorant of the meanest comfort of civillation; always Illlby. yet ever blindly devout. He may lie. steal, rob or even murder; he mav forge a friend, neglect nod DREARY PEOPuE. outrage the nio-- t acred tie- - that bind rrti'tii'i Wlm 'llirw human souls together, and commit nWriiinrnrtlii'.; liliiiiiii lli-lirlr nrt iiiiikIIiiks. uver.v crime known to the calendar, In thi- - agreeable wor d. o glorious-lHe but forget liis prayers never. ciubelll-heone meet- - with many clo-e- s a da.v of carousing and crime by dreary peole, iliseoiufortlng wretches devoutly cro lug himself and lying that uinwerMllton'sdeeriptiou of down to peaceful slumber-- . Cor. Denll.ltlll iU'lll l'll lj ver Republican. Of CVrlHni- - ii ml lilnrkrsi miiliiljli' Isirn, In Hijrtui emv fiirtiirn. Wohave at till- - moineul one of these COMMERCIAL LAW. s in our mind's eye. It c tu ' would be doing lujiiitlco to felony to l.etlril on I'lrm SHIKI.I One riii'lMrr's lli'lil. liken him to n criminal condemned to Cerluln property of a linn was taken death, lie look- - like a wretch conIn execution to sati-f- y a judgment demned to life the Wandering Jew, agalii-- t one of the firm who tnted for example. If vou meet him even in Unit tho property belonged to him ex- - the .vou sueni to feel u whiti cept u very slight interest In the other a.-- from an iceberg as hu glide- - bv. In partners, which aro-- o from their con- - society ho Is a perfect You tribiillng a few dollars toward tho re- can not Ititigh irili him. for he never pair of the property, which wa- - u sin- - laugh-- ; mid you can no more tlonary with the ordinary at- laugh il him than at a gobtachments. The other partner- - mieil lin. If lu over had emotions, to the purchaser froifi remov- they were froon hi him years ing tin good- - and got an Injunction, ago. past all hope of thaw, ills voice An appeal was taken in the case, Will- - is a supuliiir.il monotone, and his ianis rj. Lewis, to tho Supreme Court speech Is ninny- - of coining 111. Things of milium, where tho judgment win an never ut the wor-t with him. iilllnucil. Judge Mitcholl, in tho Every passing misfortune bears n miropinion, said: Specific articles of ror In Us hiiml "that shows him nuiuy partnership property can not be levied more." Tho raven that crouked the upon and old to satisfy the Individual fate of Duncan was a k hi lie to him. debt of one partner, ami when the of- - He is gloomier than a railroad tunnel, cor. Instead of selling tho whole in- and a greater bore. tere-- t of tho partner, lis the execution We Insist (hut manliness nnd debtor sells tho whole of certain ure one uuo indivisible, nnd specilic articles of property belonging that all hifhr.vmnc individuals are to a linn, the owners may treat deficient In pluck and To him ai n and may en- laugh - Christian; to howl Is a pagan join the sale or the delivery of tho ar- iiccompllshiiieiit. It is true that a man ticles o sold. The agency which ex- muy smile uud .smile and be a villain, ists between partners pertains only to hut his very hypocrisy Is n compliment the business of tho linn, and the decla- to the moral e.xculeuco of mirth. If rations of ono partner which bind tho smiles were not symbols of honesty, others are siirh as pertain to and are what villain would think it worth his made while cmplo.vcd about the busi- while to counterfeit them? -- N. Y. ness of the partnership. Certainly Ledger. one pnrlner can not admit away tho interest of Id- - copartner.- - In tho partnerA man who got lost In tho bush in ship piopert.v, or transfer the lutere-- t South Australia resorted to an Ingeniof one partner to lb.- lndiviilunl creditous expedient for ecaplng from his of both, dilemma. After wandering iiboul for ors of the oilier in tho which wis the cast here, nor can he, four days he decided to cut a telegraph by his declarations, muko that u partne- line and ctiuip on the spot. Ills plan r-hip transaction which docs mil worked. The telegraph repairers were to be such. It Is ilo part of tho eut out along the line lo discover the biislhe-- s of partner- - to enlarge, deny cau-- e of the Interruption, mid came or atVcet the respective interests of upon the wanderer hi lime to save his meif.hers of llie linn in the partnership life. property by delineations or admissions She "It may be I have yellow of each other. They in the think wo hud bettor not coiisiliutcd agents for tiny such favor, Henry: are purpose. Tlu agency extends merely send for Dr. lillsbury." lie "Why, of the my love. I wouldn't send for him. You to the coiali.cl of the spi-cihund-wheper-onel con-tantl- Seinl-lroplc- al i i uie-ea- lutnnU-loolc-in- d nuwly-settle- -- j ! ' -- vine-covere- d vall. U- to-da- y I- vlslled Thibet at the contineuceineiit these century, of the pre-ewheels, which he calls "whirligig-,- " as cylinders turning freely on nn nxN, with sacred sentences and prayers Inside. Turning tho whirligig Is equivalent to reciting the scnleiie!, and Is u Is substitute for it. The s, nnd carried always b.v pious turned, while another is kind - Axed on tin axis in the ground, around which It revolve-- . In the avenues of the temple, he say- -, there are hundreds of them, which good souls a- - thwy twi-- t one after another pass along. Other- - contain rolls of printed prayers nnd are fixed in row- - on the wulls of icmples, near village-- , and In streams to he turned by They are siild to have been in e Tor more than one thousand year-- . snys Unit the Mr. Andrew Wll-o- ti Thibetans ure the mo- -t praying people on the face of thoenrth. "They have praying stones, praying pyramids, pmyhir? Hags Hying over praying wheel-- , praying ever.v hoti-mills, and tho unlvoi'-a- ! pniyur. 'Out muni piidme hiiun.' is never out of A German writer on their mouth-.- " I.ainal-i- ii suv- - of thi- - entenn', which literally menu- - "O God! the Jewel in the lotos," thi-- l the-- i ix of all the prayers of earth, that which written, is most frequently printed and conveniently ulTered uji by 'Vhey constitute inechaulcal menu-- . the only pruycr which the common Mongols noil Thibetan- - know: thoy nre the (li- -t word- - whhih the tamineiing child learn-- , and are the ln- -l Ighs of Thithe d.vlng. tnneec murmurs them upon hi j.iitru y., tin beiil-uia- ii by hi- - HoeW. l.ic wife in her dally work, the monk In all stage- - of conof Niliili-itemplation that and they nre the cries of cieitlict and triumph. One meets with them everywhere wherever the I. .una church ha- itsell -- on Hag- -, rock- -, tree-- , strips walls, stone monuments, m of paper, human skulls, skeletons, etc. The.v are. according to the meaning of all religion, the believer, tbees-enceof nil and revelation: they nre the wa.v of snlvutlou and the entrance to hollnc ." Mr. Wil-o- n olerves that the repetition of thi- - pniyor. whether orall. or by mechanical means, ha- - become a ncrcd and protecting yin!ol. such the sijjn of the Cro Is mining liouiau Ca'holic Christians. To the ordinary Thibetan It - known In this g sen-and ul-- o a prayer for the of creature- - huof six cla--man beings, aiilmuls, evil spirits, oul-in I leu veil, soul- - hi purgatory and in hell. "So It comes to be un aspiration of uiiivtir-a- l benevolencu. which Is to have a protecting iiiliuem.'o siippo-e- d ontlioevho give utterance to It. or reproduce It iu any win." It has also received many mystical renderings by Lama theologian-- : hut thi- - - the general meaning attached to It by the people. M. .lames Ga.etto. nt de-crll- es y i- water-powe- r. u-- ly o. -- -- -- -- The crampel and narrow little shops of Holy, well street which the knowing fill "Uooksellor-- " How" -- nro tho qitjilutest and most fancluultug place- - of llijlr kind. Memories of every visit to L long or brief, nre crowded in turn with memories of the-- o second-Iuiu- d There wus another shop, oa Oxford strict, not fur front tie Tottenham Court road, that remember well a wonder of u place. than its follows In the cow. uud crnmniPil with mountains of book. Cuuotis but thore were none, or, at nm-one: through or walked jou squeexod through narrow pn ages, bet vvwii grout heaps of. hooks thai renehed from Iloor to celling. What may have been within the eeiter of anyone of these pile, oral the bottom of It? I am sure the merchant hlm-e- lf did not know. And if one knew that such nnd neb a book luy hidden there, uud he wanted It, how. In the iiimie of am all the wonder- -, could he get It? sure tho merchant himself did hot know. do not believe I hut he would have overhauled one of lin plies for les- - thnu iMOi). ilie plpee has lung been one of my luvorlte mvslerie: I rvfmrd with no little nmnxement tho second-hanbeoHmuii. who showed for tho such an Mpp'irn.il And possibilities nr his say the establishment maintain- - Us ancient pleth irn. Them places nevor change, thank Ilenvev! It was some such merchants as this i to whom when In If wanted such uud such n hook, he knew where It could tie bud. verily If It could be hud ut all. that he hud tho gift of coujurtiig. If u earch proved fruitle in other Is I. mi In i low-studde- d, n, hook-shop- s. I The ro- may be scriiias. Avoid nil I nr-drastic purgatives, tlm rl:il ii. i. of vvlili'h Is tu Weill. i' a tlio .ImwfU, The liest remedy Is Ayer's I'llls. purely vcgi'labli-- , their in ihm Is prntiipi and thetr effort always li.in'il, Int. Tlii'i are mi adnilralile Mvit and Aftei'Mllimcr pill, and every-wher- e cudnrsi'il liv the profession. ' A.ver's pills are highly mid uulvcr--nll- v MMilo'ii of hy till' people altout Inn'. I Illlike dully e of them In my Dr. 1. H. Fowler, ltridgt-m- ;-. pi m lice." ! ttrzwssK Constipation msns9msrD--jrtfltiViJTOKHl mA MMjULMmA V'tx&ratt.-r.LV'.aH U nil-- 1 mlitt tout ti"iiit tii'iittiii'iit. m?mM "i I TiOKxil C: RIVFI1 irc AUCUHANICS & Mllwi?Fl Vallsr OY DAYLIGHT am ;e .1 I .J pittonj WHlTfi S'JLI'HU.1SPRICSJi)tS':r rummer I o otll ol Hm AllegliAiiy Moimtiauin Vuglma. , FIWSST 5UMUS2 CiliTATS !.T AU2.I:.-Ihrouiii ti r,SU1 o! .NEW iV lLUiriOCE. u-- -- InV-ie- r I mm. Obsenatlon can trim tllla rtiktait to Suppw bef tst. riNLY SOLta TSMNS Iro-- April 1' 3 Dtcm l. I ihm rei'ouiuii'iid Ayer's Tills ulmvn all oilier-- , having long proved their ami value us ii riiihiirtle tor lay-e- lf iMlu.h " - ,1. T. Iti-- i, LelthsVllle, 1'a. .ir secern! ears Ayrr's Pills lnio been il in my family. We llad them hu ,v u-- VO' i I'UIATAN CAIti LsuIitIUo, Clacia:..-- .!, ai Loxltjtsa. t. Effective Remedy are for HMMl tlllll " i TraJ -M ,rilTMll.MfcAlMMMaWMMl t riinn to relvti.illnill it It ' I Indigestion, wllhout thetii III (lie Muses tiieuler, Lowell, Mass. r hiia-e.- -- I l'llls, fur liver "I luive used troiitih'S unit Imlle-tinilurlug tunny vents, nnil huve iilwuv.s found thfiii pi and I'lllrii'iu lu their artioa." in L. N.iSnnth, Cilia, N. Y. " I siilTered from eolistlpatluu which a uuii'il such nu ohstluuii form that I (wed il would i uu-- ii a sloppagt of tlai u, Air's Conntclt In tarn depot In wuhlnglon Ij" BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, Direct riut NEW YORK. iiHI'li, Mi " 1 lt lxixes ofAjer's Pitts fii'tisl a eonqili'te yuie." 1. Iluikc, liourl-- . Ti LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, And all polntt In d sie. I dr-i-- I liitnrlv iiiclllillc kitnw (if no In i ; r i.iocdi lor I'M-- r - feiiiel tli.iii n j. .unit ami hive ulttay"- .bum - l.'iilim, !0 cult for .Mid. lie si.', Hartd-nt- . mi . Im Ina h tri.ui I. .I w oh -, -inviliieli iii.lv with liesin. I lutvv tried of Inn. i Ayer' l'llls tlie nilt iliitiv ve.irs mid fuiislilitr tliii an fr VIRGINIA nntl NORTH CAROLINA. -E- XCURSION TICKETS IK SEASON- .I'.ASrWVkH I I I ' tipln Im-- i.i m(I l n Kt. Nn. ll, 1 .o I tr.ini'i .... mcKc.ur " W I u-- eon-iut- i..id to T wi' I11I- -, -- ny I I I ho-lle- arrive it I tl, (iilililul trial U T. .lime-- , iIihii am other in. i I,i-,- .n hut t!i f hoping tin , ' ., r " nr-so- " I'lralvn Ml ttrl. t .. n , ;,jivr served tue iiiimIIoIiiii. riiM. only am I ir i I1li-Ii.- ii, Muss. .ifter a S.iuillel -- - quarter. on i- to-a- v, n: m-ll- -. of wi-do- m -- -- produce the i red. On one occuduu I for an early copy of "Crltlcl-iu-an- d of the logll-- h Drauiatic Mage" l.y William llallll. eontiiln-luamong other valo.Ml Hiper- -. that inimitable writer's 'nigliuil rrilleNiu-o- f I'Mtiiiinil Kenii. had made acquaintance nilh the ink iu the library of one of London's ohlesl and best known actor- - upon who-- e life perthe formance ihti h hu- - sltiee Until eu rial ii tint could not Ibid a copy like it ill the bop-. Then had recouro lo my eonjimtr. He whs ix month- - in the task, but his rile- - prevailed, and I came nway with tht- volume, leaving Unit shilling- - and iv u II. ponce for the good man. book de-wa-eag- er sw ivreinon.v hl part would of lucaiita-tlo- n rviiMi iiv Or. J. C. Ayur ii Co., Lowell, Matt. Solil Ii; all Ilrnlrr In McJIrlu. Ayer's Pills, nn ?J5u'-t'- '' " ' ' ' ' " ' ' K. K JiiiKii.". 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I r I i,.li'l,r II A" nn Hie .- . VI ii.r. rt I I Vt... V f Ml 'i.itr, ilailv gt"t M SlfHtna tv'p' V.' K. i N A N . II . OS I'll. V i. I" . Im. ppl!'' .1. ft . I, I'J'., - THE A I BOOKS I'u-.lli- lp TO READ. xmwm I vtl ililWjr e, woH-beln- 'rati ' I mt l.'ll. linn In I e- -- of i- -- V r I -- y -- d. -- Spotl-Sort- j j -- -- sun-bin- e, kill-jo- y. saw-mi- ll re-tra- in i I ' -- -- -- 11 -' cheer-fulnc- -s j hack-bon- e. tre-pas-- -- - ab-en- cc up-pe- ar -- ali-ei- fe I hu-liie- -s Urns M. Louis Globe-Democra- t. lqinw ho is color-blind.- " Life. nml.ii table train i. tSe ftei um- I. ). It VTKK, 'Icet. not nvlilf... tNt s ir., .,r U the Weil anH iwecu all point. Cri Or At ', K). rend the book of a duy or of a vinr litis train on ai. Xo(tht. 11 1 ht iiinieip.ui f t.imlletl Ktprett trunk line. tUno.alaaKil Dot Hook that live for hundred of 'I He .itpcrb rwllirm .ox I employ jlis patrunt i l'nliniiit.1 ('uinf.m .voir have not attained o long life ClttWet in the Svum Ktr Vt all C'nupv" they have tieen cnrvfiilly preJiiu will And our lime i'ilet an4 ticket.. Sa) M tuck to .MuMoa, ll you warn imi.. 41 Moiiii,; served thev luiv'o been earefullv premuaey anil have a plea taut Itiraev. to .. ' i; they deserved lo live. served beeaii-It il. .McCOKMICK. ut -- i:ui t !:. "in.! Vjeat, ChKa Utaeral Mu have aid all along of uch ami Citv t'l 11 Vifnl. a ad ).)(. such a book, thhi ! loo good to THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE M. H.. .itiitvllle. K (j- - lis V. r K. u, Vint vi Ii A t'intini'ati Ohi.. We be lost. Wii must siive till. CENTRAL all know the word- - of Abraham Lin... v t coln's speech at Gettysburg, nobody much remember- - wrluit Everett NOfiTU, & pa by a second-hannid there. tore nnd see outside a job lot of hook- -. ST. S.9MH-LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE You ciiu pay a quarter uud take vour t'AST LINK METWEEN - a rule books that choice. RAILROAD. huve not paned examination. They LEXINGTON k CINCINNATI. am more valuable hi a paper mill than In any other place. The ink is an obJTHROUGH TRUNK LINE. iK i. SLllLUt I.I IS IvUM jection to them, however. The annual i itio of novel Is somewhat wonderful. X Nn 6 No . time oughl to be given to novels. Sunn' I x Sun. euth tloHad Mill T.i. sun. Let II begin with the good old ones, $ P iu a in it) v in ones that Iihvc stood the test of l.vClita-iHathe Vim, )i CmiMH.., mii p in or P p time nod plowed muter as works of I.vc Kalujouth... ,t i il III I.ve it a in p lu w id is ;i m genuine iuieivsU The busy people Vrr l'jn gULLMANgALAQZ CARS. p i l t II lo have, begun with "She" and "(Julok Arr l.amngl'.ii a. lP I.vc Pari it jo p iii P m i or the Dead." This is certainly not k Arr is Louisville o p ut Arr Uichini'l good beginning nor ending either. Arr I.iKaar.... i,o p a, To Nashville, (i hi It is a pity to die Ignorant of Walter Arr htaHlorrt... I". Rahiaoml .. "i n$ p m ..Z.7. .TTT Memphis, Scott and well acquainted with "The Arr llataa. p m .. j Miches." It Is too enlly conceded Arr liiiUMi... S i i ............. Atlanta, Hint because one is raveling tlmt hu . Montgomery, X" I. j Nb.. j Nomust while away the time on whatLittle Rock, ever the train boy ha iu stock. A I.VC I,IMIUIIH1 ii a mi iw aj a in Mobile and New Orleans. railway car is not a good place for I.iu llrea I KiclumtMl reading, but if people will risk their Arr SUnforil .. .. 7 41 iin in, I.ve ' in Newport News & Miss. Valley Co. eyes, whj not do it on something ... t in in I.vc I. iin:ai.lcr Arr Kicliiii.m.l... ill i"i Tuke a good book that you tie Ui..ne t,, point, in KicImnHiJ,. 6 M have wanted lo read uud lucked the I. Wmclietler J I" ii in 50 HI Arr Arr I'.irlt time and put lu your grip and so i S V III t ; p III 3 3 P m t.vc I.oluiilwi the time. The man who roads I.vc I, III 8 Jj P in I i u Iin EMIGRANTS , M Ill III oS 3 the best books ono hour a day for I.ve r'jliniiiilli i p in p m mi p mill IV 7 IS Covimti thirty year will have gone vry fur. Arr Cnninn.nin Seeking, " lui' if tint r .au Mill reicite 7 i p m I" 5 Vrr I" rate- He will pass In company for nny read' ihis C initially f..r rite., route i I'Arit ai A. ree Un itic.Vl.ii'oillc llranrli, Xnr). Irae spent u few da,vs In the ing man. ,r wr.te arriving at 8 (i,, ,i in p Nu. 5 c i" 1.101tr a v a t. a., woods with a man who Impressed me M.iy.ville ami 03, n,in,ji mil j.I 10. p m No. IC oiiltvllle, Ky Mayirillo at ,3i a in, .irrmiu at I'arn at hi- with wonderful memory of tho leave No. le.no. Mi.killu ai 115 anil 3c, best things that huve boon Mild ou arrivun.it I'.iru u 1 jn. p are it Tlic trainv eurlh. One would think lo hear him daily 0.1'cpl Slinil.iv m .mi: arrive- - I'arlt o. that he had a largo library ami had in e; j lotm I.ixinitloii iu excetit .Smnl.ii n joopni:nrrit Fnlmoiitli attended to what was In It. Nothing IK"ViailaiaiaPHiaiaVBltHkaHiailaV n pm: etrtipt SuiiiIj). of the sort. Ho had one boot;, the old 7 No. Icnc- - aliiiotilli (.irn .irrln I'uicin cxi 'English Header." which my falher n.iti 810 Nutri.: --epi Siiiiilay ibilv Lilwci'ii l.riin;. No t rim Train read In eighty years ago. There ure ton anil Cincinnati. Nn ruin, il.nly bolut'en hits lu it of the be-- t words of man. t'nicinii.iii anil n it cmtiiei tiou- - at inclicMi r Xnt.w unit M V Hy lands uud all ages, Myron W. Heed. tiirpoiiitsinithc X X nWTaBBHBHHB77r?WBaBHeW?rraTeaBBajtrirTmaw Nu 4 m.iles tills cii.ineiti'.ii. it Lexington. IMI'OKTA.X -- Trainf ihi line now urrltc Tobacco should bo credited as u at anil ilepart from llui Cenlr.il Vlmm l'.ini(;cr & CO., tionn for all part of the dlscover.v of Christopher Siuilon Clin Inii.iti, nuloiiu ami 'ei point Norlli, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Columbus. When ho llrst mot the In'I hroiuh lie Lclx ami Ii.ii;i.ii;c elici keil 10 any rtaclieil dians they "wore Imbibing the fumes iletlnaliun particular liy railnuil. Arc atill in llie lets unit .ulitrem. tnv aseni 01 me io. tlilnir in llie L'nilfriukiiiH; line. re.iilv to ilo For full We haie a full of tobacco iu the shape of a cigar." K. II. IIACOX. S. F. II..MORSK. ttnrlr nf Civ. nntl rTVwitf r,l nil tl.ul ..n.l o.l... Traveling I'att'u'r Ast., (icii'l Paw S rAst.. of This .cigar wits not wholly of tobacco, ileicriptun Our lie ir.c, which it nearly Cuinton, Ky, new tan lie iibtallicj n thori I.cxinutnn, K). notice. Mr. though. It was a stalk or straw tube ILK HUNTIN5'ION, (iiewl Miinpuer. f. ii,ii mn;r hit gur uuniiiris ana ,wiii J. J. iiiovt uiir.i L..h.. our soou to an one neeilin lllled with this weed. Hut the Indians CBNKKAI. ilrTICT.V .invtlilnt: in our Chambvr of Coininiri.c iluililiiu. Cltioiiituit O, inc. 0(tt smoked pipit- - chlelly. Choo-e. 1. VV m-- i Yon will make Ible your time. Eiuecstm sitys: "Iteud the best book llrst." Cnless joudo that you will die never having rend o them. One iuu .v all hi- - time iu reading new -- paper and die mid FARM never have road "The Sermon on the Mount." Of making iiioiij, book-the- re y' A rr. .itumi.'. n - no end: there is un end to life. li.jrW.ln.il til. hjtil VlnKr tin-i. ii I'lini'. the he- -t u-- e po llr.t LEXINGTON.KY. lovi.yim ntwAtniiTjCHicAcoJljt." 1 1 i th. A XKW FAST MAIL i ...... -- i .h oa-H- u-- FOR SALE! s ,, 1 i . LOUISVILLE i: CINCINNATI .l r i.flo. ii...' I j r Mm Biitic.llal il C rab I THE MOST RAPID ROUTE' r atienptt ntci il.r ;ral i..mnircii. tilu-- in the il Kcr d Incjp,, ami hence I 1 . 41 (. i 1. j I -- be-t:i- M Kentucky Central R. R. c I Tu-tse- t j I -- j I ... T..s l'asar , I i ! --- I d -- s? 68$ L. & -1 No r W j A- the-ea- re ! Vt J SOUTH & WEST . loin V A 111 I . . . . VVMHitM-la- r. . I 1 I Xorih-lloi'lr- i. - . . . Mi v . . I ARKANSAS& TEXAS. -. -- . i i I si 1.1I I 4 111, .11 11 .1 I H .1 111. 111 .1111. 7 I .1111; .1111: A Is - VV A-- Kg!P!!HHH5!ysjL -liu-- l 1 J. T. STTTTOU cvi-r- -it .1 -. 1,