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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885030601 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 1885 $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. Sent 0 jt,.H ..- .' yH rAy-- t I IH I 111 itiefto Ford County, Kansas. (To the Editor of The Interior Journal. Inclosed please find $2, our subscription for another year. We always welcome the - ,.. us mtfitaL NO. 2. V06 xit. SOME COMMENTS ON THE NEAL REPRIEVE. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1885. Hindman' action in the Neal case will probably close his public career at the expiration of his present term. Coring-to- n Commonwealth, -- On the 27th of March it will be in order for Lieut. Governor Hindman to take a trip North and give the Secretary of State a chance at Neal. Let all the officials hare a chance to eay whether he be guilty or in nocent. Catlettaburg Democrat. Acting Governor Hindman has disappointed his friends. He is an invertebrate of the stereotyped character. The respite of the mlscresnt Neat is an absurdity, nn insult to the courts anil an ageravation to an outraged people. The thirty days' respite was a foolish concession to the cranks who make themselves conspicuous in behalf of peculiirlr Infamous criminals. Louisville New Argus, We prophesr that Neal will never be hung. The proceedings of yesterday will do mure loencouMgi nnb law in Kistern Kentucky than anything that h'aa happened for some tlmi. It is estimated that thirty-thre- e porrans have lost their lire nn account of the first crime committed three yetrsagn, besides the loss of property and the money expended and the end la not yet. Ashland Ripublican, It Is the old ilory of deferred justice aad of the law which has cast such a stain upon the escutcheon of Kentucky and made her social nod status a ahamo and a reproach to humanity. Is It any wonder that these reproaches should be cast upon onr State when even her highest officials are timid and vacillating in the execution of her laws? What was there in Neal'ri case to de Richmand any further Investigation? law-abidi- Ban Arms, Shoulders, 4 c, That handsome dude, Charles Euston Klncald, contributes this to the Louisville Timer. The elderly ladles hare read the riot act to two conspicuous feature of Washington social life decollette dresses and the punch-bow- l, Henceforth they are pariahr. The edict haa gone forth, they must go, And there are a good many men who would like to go with them. Oh for a lodge in some vast wilderness with these luxurious surroundiogs. "No," said a flat) dame the other day, "the women here are not content to cut their dres to a decent depth; ther simply strip to the waist like prizs fighter"" It will bs a desperate struggle before the low necked drens and the punch succumb. It will take the army and the navy to suppress them, au4 then there would ba greater danger of thoie Titanic arms of the nation fraternizing with the enemy. Speaking of drewes reminds me. Sjver.il of ua were standing around a rotund bemty at one of the White Hou'e receptions, who wis not only as full blown as a ripe ottoo pod in her decollete, bat quite as robust and dsring as to her epsech. d In the courts of the coorersition a bachelor tmmbjr wts brought up aud introduced. He mide a number of those sweet set speeches which he had frequently used with thrilling effect on the stump, but when ho got ready to go he said to the damsel of much adipose and little bodice, in his gracioui conrentlonal way: must go; my party Is waiting for me. Good-bye- ; I hope to see more of you next time" "Seo more of me," said the belle to her bunch of baaux, with an arch look; "does he want the earth?" There is a "craze" now among the young ladies to look slim. In this connection a married lady told me of a charming and unique costume a rery slender and fash ionable young society lady was wearing this winter. "She wears but two garments," said the lady. "The first Is a clow-titlin- g suit of chamois skin in one piice tint clings to her like a new Alexandre kid glove Her outside drera ia tailor-c- ut and sets her 'smartly,' as the English bony-bosomrosy-hued low-ueck bald-heade- rubtlHheit THcmlav and Friday Journal 83. GO XEIt ANNUM When paid txletlr In sJTanee. If we bin to watt tar time, 83,00 will be charted. W. P. WALTON. PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. Mr W. A. AnJemon hat been appoint ed administrator of the estate of Mr. K. M. A rgo, deceased. We ara titJ that our depit agent Mr. Is J. L. Allen whlllna away hit time on an invenlhn that nunjr Ingenious men hare failed on and that is perpetual mo tlon. The old reliable I'croalx Insurance Co , is isoiut to ko back on a little $000 policy. The adjusting ngent put off com ins to are into the matter until the very lent moment and when he did come he oflered little orer half to compromise, G. U. Engleman sajre if he ha to lote anything he will dirlde it wllh i lawyer and expect to institute mit against the company at Gtk. Etwytking runi along nicely white It la goleg their way and It ia all well hod Rood. They norer accue a per. eon of paying on more than he is Ineured for, but as soon as he meets with a loss they then say that he was insured for more than his property was worth. It is a poor rule that will not work both ways. From what we can learn Insurance agents will hereafter meet with cool comfort here. Mr. KJItor, with this Issue we lay down our pen as four correspondent from this place. Wd regret to leave the little villus in the hollotr, at we had become so much attached to it and especially do we regret to leave the kind and tool people here. Paint Lick can bsst of kind end V good people any place In th hope that you wlllsesurt) a reprruitife mare competent to site you the news from heie etch week and in better shape than we have. I and can not think of doing without it. This has been an unusual severe winter with ns. At this wilting there is about six inches of snow on the ground. Have had more snow this winter than I ever saw in this country before, consequently stock of every kind has suffered, especially cattle rEA.II3IiVS IN that had to depend entirely on the range for food and the heavens for shelter. We Drags, Mimical Wall Paper, Wines. have fed our cittle wetland have lost but InHfrucmoiifji, .Liquor isookh, fjiieuiicais, JiKlirrJ, Stationery, Pocket Paluts, a few head. Prairie hay is worth S3 per Honps, Cutlery Oils, Tobacco. ton with us and scarce at that. Perfumery, MackiB Lamps, Flro Arms, Our valley Is booming and emigration Needles. pouring in ever day. It will not b a Oar Jewelry, Silverware and Optical Good's Department is in Chnrgo efOri. great while Until all the vacant land will Thos. Hlchnrds, who will Repair Vatchea and Clocks promptly and in the ksxtt be claimel and settled upon, and those style. who come West in search of a home will have to go further on than we are, although we are almost at the jumping off place. I would like to write you a long letter and glvn more new from our fine country, but time foibid. Long may the Intekior Journal live and prospsr. Respectfully, Mill BeTTIE HUTCHINSON. WROBEfTOSTAG Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky; E3I.O. .FVO'.FIL.Er"" 'I mond Herald. F There are nineteen known metal valued Then, Katydarllng, do tell Lilly Dale to put Pick a Coo In Aunt Jtcdy'a old arm chair and atfc at $1,000 per avoirdupois pound, The most Fccdinm a lorn c Bearing in mind If this dofsa'i lake the cake I'm no costly is vanadium, which is said to be "Rock me to sleep, mother," while you go to Bourne's New Diug Store and get me a Tooth Sroslr, that the stomach of a ur- -i i ml in proIt is to be hoped that the Smith worth $10,000 a pound. Of these nineportion to the sixi of ni fume, de n quires aome Toilet Soap, a pair of Le More's Periscoplc Lenses, some of his Letter Paper, sonian Institution will receive the chamois-ski- n teen metals only one is produced or used feeding often, and, tlmMh three times bottle of Vanilla for your mother, strengthening Cordial for your grandmother and some worm eaadjr garment when the damsel eheds it. to any considerable extent and that is ira day is sufficient, four tiuix in bitter. UnIt Is, no doubt, warm and mttr and nice. idium, which ia valued at $1,000 per for Jeeuis, and go quick or I'll make you think "This cruel war Is not orer." like human beings, horse should drink beA foolish Girl. pound. It! sometimes, but very sparing fore there tt bee ius, owin to the con daughter of Dr. ly mod in electrical instruments. The eeventeen-year-ol- d formation of the horse, water does not reW , fell, or imagined she did, wildly in main In the stomach, but paws through it Mr. 0. My deir here's a pretty aphor baritone in the love with a mellow-voiceintd a large Intestine called the c.vcum. If 21-ism from the Texas Sittings: "Sleep ia Under an assumed Mapleson company. a hone be fed fin t, the water pa'elng merely an armistice in the bitt'e of life " name she wrote him gusbiog and romantic through the stomach would be likely to Mrs. B. It isn't correct in your case. little notes, and finally sent her photocarry wHttH particle of food, and thus "Wh no, my dear?" graph. The face was so lovely that it - A.ND brlri aoo'iit colic, Whatever a groom may 'You arore eo loudly when you are piqesl the the singer's curiosity, but it was aay, let a h6rte drink fust as much he asleep that one would think the battle was ! in vain be pleaded for an opportunitr to raging at it fiercest." like. If hebt wtlered four tlmei n dar, ece It. Miss W couU only enjoy ber he will never take very educh or too much A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, embracing During the Exposition at New Orleans escapade aa long as ahe maintained her into bt good for him. A horse, it must be fjriy gambling houses, where banking erythiug from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. Its cognito. remembered, is fed on dry food, ard this, Finally the baritone, noting the name of games are run, keep open night and day. need to go to the large cities to make your purchases, no mattsNT with the strong work done by a hunter, the photographer, visited his parlors and Gambler have assembled there from all what quantity or quality yon want, as I can and will duplicate produces feverUhnesn, which a uf ascertained his correspondent's name. Then over the Union, and, with the Louisiana any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Ala allay.-LonGcitBoy of water tendf to n be wroto to her under ber real address, aay-In- lotterr and other attractions, a full assortment of Collins, Ca?es. Shrouds and Robes, emhtw- Fiefcs. New Orleans is, for the time being the wick-ede- lug all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. 'Ware he had Identified her, and she could Novel Means of Detect.xo Chimi-kal- . opposite St. Asaph HuteU Stanford, Ky. city in the Union. take the choice of having her picture and There have been many ordeals noloa back add giving him $200 in cash, Theic are at present 30,000 locomotives through woica thrxe suspected of crime T. or he would tell a reporter of the IWi'ee in Amerlcs, To keep up the standard and have ben obliged to pses; among them l. story and hare the picture the aupply new demands 1 200 mutt be built may bs mentioned the ordeal of the croasy There la little likelihood such a each year. These locomotive cost on en Hh Ri AsflpjpHH hWT ir. Mm ordeal of the eucharist, the ordeal of the threat would hare been carried out, but average $10,000 each, which indicates a cold witer, the ordeal by fire, the ordeal of HANGER. AND PAPER the girl was eo terribly frightened that she yearly expenditure of $12,000,000. Tnere touch and the ordeal of chewing rice. This rt,y JP sent him all the money abe could scrape are sixteen locomotive works in the Un- FrencoCelllne Paper Hanging a Specialty. All VI The tide li turning at last. A young is Mill In faihlon Id many part of India, HHrlKiH v mt t fl JH!kHHHT Orders Promptly Attended to. 4C9-Ne's)n countr. Iowa, armed him together and the rest of the sum in jewel ion. Ky. Stanfobd, The person is obliged to chew rice in the man In New Yqk letter. ry. ' m n n TTTTTH A AT The air in South Florida is taking on a presence of officer of the law. Carious an self with a revolver and sallied out to shoot . u J: X AIJUJ it may appear, etich is the influence of fear a younz w im in who had declined the ofThe Number or Wonbs We Use A faint odor of orange blooms, and very soon STANFORD, KY. GEWTTJIKTE ORIGlWAIi on me salivary gianue, tnat, II inry are fer of his hand! B Jt she was up to snuff. person, who possesses a col- the pearly white of the flowers will mingle Office South side Main Street, two doors abort sSc BONE baring frequently lege ahetpjkin, reids his Bible, his Shake-sphear- e with the golden yellow of the fruit and the the Myers Hotel. actuallv guilty, there it no secretion of sa She rctd the pa pert", an! Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered when re quired. liva in the mouth, and chewing Is !mposl seen accounts of similar affairs quietly reand the dally papers, seldom uses emerald green of (be foliage to make the rrlrr. 3e. jei battle. Introduced In IVB or Geo. .Mnrjton, Allen. A palnlew, snrj. aaa. solving that no discarded lover could make more than 3,000 or 1,000 ftords in actual g ores bonque's cf irccmrarable beauty. woresy OB, W. B. PENNY, npwdr cure for Itheumallsm.Neuralgla, blr. Such culprila generally confecd with lluriin. hpralns. bcalds. Cutx, hrulses. fe clllniraao.t owner or "Dentist. alt other bodily pains. Farmers and Temttiync- out limner euora. ua the contrary, n a victim of her, not if the court, or rather couycrsatlon. Accurate thinkers and close Jacksonville (Fla ) Times-Unio8TANF0RD, KENTUCKY. stock recommend It as tho be-- knnn bcratctus, Heels, consciousness of innocence allows of a prop the courted, understood herself. When reasoners, who avoid vague and general Chafe- or llnlls.Hnraln-.- . Corks. Then are 1S.000 veterans going through Offlce on Lancaster streot, rert door to Iwtr-rio-a.t. cureof-, SboulderHtralns.frackcd Film In the BJv er How of tluld for softening the rice. Ex the young man arrived at the house en his expressions and wait till they find a wotd the world on wooden legs who lost their etc JIairare of Initiation. Journal office. Office bouts nomS tall deadly mission he found the fair but that exactly fits their meaning, employ scand 1 to 5 P. M. Anesthetics administered when fftCturer,orace,No.;tV..11liMt.. Cincinnati. O change. necessary. KJTlfar mule bl nil Drug-lat- e. In doing the a larger ttock, and eloquent speakers may limbi in the great war of tl e rebellion. the kitchen, cruel one Moody, without bain an orator in the week's Ironing. She didn't appear to sua rise to a command of 10,000. Shakespeare A single grain of corn produces 800, the c immon acepUlioas of the term, exerts a pec', and he expected to have an easy time who displayed a greater variety of expres- seed of the poppy 32,000, and that of tobic-c- o exceedpower over his cnre,-stion-s not 300,000, in good oil. preparing her for the coroner; but wheu lie sion than probably any writer in any laned, if equated, by any of the great pulpit reached around to his pistol pocket, with guage, produced all his plays with about Tlin REV. GEO. U.TIlAYEB, of Bourbon, Ind orslorn Rioriiog to none of the rhet's the remark that her time had come, nho 15,000 words. Milton's works are built says; "Both myself and wife owe our lives to orician's arts, without aay eff nt at or show Consumption Cure." For tale by Penny & stated, "I guess not!" and knocked him up with about 8,000, and the Old Testa-me- nt McAllstsr of eloquence, he excite the emotiotn of down with a Hit iron, demolishing his note says all that it has to say with 5.4G2 ARE YOU MADE MISERABLE by Indigeshis audiences by a something that is no and front teeth. Thea she give him the word. In the English language there are, tion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, put of his words when put into cold print. scalding content of a Yellow Skin4 Shtloh's Yltallzer Is a posttWe that whs all told, 70,000 words.-Pittsb- urg DisFew of the thotmnJ that are thrilled to cure. For sale by Penny A McAllstir. and singing cheerful airs on the stove, s"" n'l ' F""saaaaJJA- Ot sdtSr tears by his simple speech can conceive why when the family came in ahe was mopping patch. isf Positive Cure for Piles. yeais it is eo, "Anion! magnetism" is a conven- the Ihor with him. The next time he proP. T. Baroum is now seventy-on- e To the people of this county we would say that ient retrjat for bitll :d reason, and, as that poses and is refused he will probably con- old. He haa gono thiough a wider vari-etr- we hare been given the agency ol Dr. Marculsl'i employment than anr other man Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed may mean much or nothing, perhaps it is s it. clude fiat as good an explanation as can he given, if on record, the range including (he sale of to cure or niodey refunded Internal, External, "Of course I hare no objection to your lottery ticket?, keeping an oyster saloon, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Plica, Price 50 cent it be understood that the magnetism in this a box. No cure, no pay. Penny & McAllster, case is generated by a dynamo-enginof having a beau, Jennie," said the fond fath editing a paper, tending bar, negro melo Druggists. I book canvass- 400 horse pi- -r Louisville er to his marriageable daughter, ' but you Jiat, boarding earnestness. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. frhim so lato. Keeping n fire er, making beara' grease, Bohemian dram must not keep We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a Ca- Timee running all night lengthens the coal bill, alio critic, preacher, bank President, au thollcan, a female remedy, to cure Female Diseas Dayton Steel Plows, Champion Steel Plows, Champion Sulky Plows,-I.iThe are, of Fortrass Monroe is eighty you know." "That is true, papa," gurgled thor, partner in clock factory, Jenny Llnd es, such as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and acre and the distance around the walls U Falling and dlsplacemsnt or bearing 8tone Plows, Lone 8tar Plows, Bissell Chilled Plows, Gale Chilled manager, museum proprietor, and, Ulceration, fair girl, "but I have thought of that, one mile and It mounts US the consequently hare been very economi- concertall, traveling showman. He is worth down feeling, Irregalaritties, Barrenness, Change last of and Plows, Maysvillo Hill Side Plows, Malta Double Shovel of Life, Leucorrboea, besides many weaknesses guns, beside 13 11 ink howitzers in case000.000 springing from (he above, like Headache, Bloatcal with the gas. The saving in gas will about $3 Plows, Minkle Double 8tibvel Plows, Halls Double ments and 51 of heavy calibre en bar- off-eing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous de CUllK FOIl l'lLkr. the additional expenditure in coal, l bette. Palpitation or the Heirt, Ac. For sale ny Shovel Plows, Minkle Pony Plows, Hall's and I must do George the justice to say Pile are frequently preceded by a "ie of clglit bility, 60 pec; bottle. Send Kentucky should follow the examp'e of thai his views entirely coincide with mine Id (l,o tiack.Ioliis ami lower part of tUo abdomen, druggists. Prices Hand ft for pamphlet, free. Pony Plows, Yalta Cultivators, lias some affection to Dr. Marchlsl, title, N.Y., Tenneeaee and abolish her Railroad Com- la practicing economy in the matter of enuring the patient to suppoae lit sale by Penny A StcAUster, Druggists. ol tlis ktdneyi or nciglitorlns organs, ai iimei, For mission on the first day of her next term. ) niptom of Indlstitton ore present, as flatutencj, sizes ! Flaw No end to Flows 1 All kinds of Plows ! Plows Something (or the Baby. Winchester 8un. vIrginia and Ktntucky mother and mieiriiiMf of tlio stomach, etc. A moisture, like What a terrible affliction abiut the bouse Is a 34, at all Prices! Plows Irem $a.30 te $ producing amy dlsagrcesblo Itching, daughter will have no reason to blush perspiration, warm, Is a very common attendant. cross, crying baby' A youn( man oa the rery HcROUEIlTS fc 8TAGO, after getting sweet-tone- d edge of taatrlmchy might easily bs Irlgtened a new perimusic of Itching I'llea yield at onco to the the.,Pruggt4tj, who ar always looklag after the when the com Blind, Bleeding and from btt purpose by hwriaj too mdeh ot that sott Interest ot their cuatotaeVi, tufa now tscured the od shall 'float through the hall of the application of Dr. Dosanko's Tile Itetnedy. which acts nt tiiuite at the homes of his married friends. Yet Ing Congress. The oratory of Danll and ? absorbing the ' . salo of Pi. Buaoko's CyugU and LungSyuri, a rem-iJ- y directly upon tho parti affocleJ, .nMrniulff , ,.U., ... .VM .v tj nrtlv vhm .th-- T r tufD' tNu-- v. fc TJ I.t V.rm WfllTMtfV tl.n nrar CaUVtd urs Cotdt, Peppln the BfceWtidwlll quick, Tumors, alUylng the Intense Itching and affecting a day of the thought, cure. Trice GO cents. Address the lr. drat, wl all Loop Aff.ctlons, For proof Coughs, er1Prentls aadto of return of 'theFrankfort Maifclhttj Cboate. Harrews'aaa all klads ef1 rvcstiVe Boranko Medicine Co., rfaua.Ohle- - 8ot4 tijFKcMa try a'ffVi Kbpts Lotll ' Bg(iUr sir CO ceata a rtnehousi. Only Sc atdrus-UV." Capital. hii.1 $1.00 srtiit u al-w- ays don The people of Eastern Kentucky and of the State generally will hare the right to feel outraged in what reerm to be a piece of sentimental weakness, and those concerned in the prompt punishment of crime will find little encouragement in this action, and there seems absolutely nothinj upon which it can be iuttly based, Ntnl has had every opportunity to show his innocence and be has been convicted before every Jury that tried him. Even the Court of Appeals, eo prone to discover flaws in every process, haa been unable 'to find any reason this time for ordering a new trial. Louisville Commercial. t the last moment a reprieve was gir en it there was anr ground for this deity different from what has been urged before, changing In any point the record as mado up, it does not appear. Naturally there is great excitement and indignatioo throughout the State. It would promiwj III for us if it were not eo. Life is so cheap with U'Juitlca Is so rare, murder iseo com mon,pun!shment so difficult, that we invite lawlessness, and the cilmest of our citizens bejin to ask If government by the mob is not belter than no government at all. If men who had the opportunities Neal has had to clear themselves and failing can not bt punished, thea the whole pretense of jus-tfIs a f tree, and the every weslon of the courts is a mockery. Neal'alaan extreme The case. The crime was the vilest. trials hare been the fairest, and the law haa been stretched to the utmost in order to see that no injustice should be done him If conviction after two such triaii as hare been acorded him cm not stand, In the name of an outraged people what conviction will stand? Courier-Journa- l. There are fools ererywher, but Mt Sterling seems especially Billeted with them, judging from the wiy they slobbered over Neal. Adlspitch says: Neal' reception at Mt. Sterling was more that of a hero returning from victory than of a man charged with an infamous crime, and with strong circumstances pointing to his guilt. The people of Mt. Sterling seemed overjoyed at his safe return, and his march to the jail was a continued ovation. Men shouted, waved their haU, while ladies looked from windows and waved their handkerchiefs. Arriving at the Neal was received with open arms by the prisoners. They fell upon his neck and embrac ed him, while tears of joy at his safe return coursed down their cheeks. Bouquets of rare flower were sent iq the j ill to Neal, and rich delicacies were given him to eat. The reception tendered Neal so overpower ed him that he broke down and wept like a I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley BOURNE! "O, don't you remember sweet Alice, Ben Bolt?" "Her bright smile haunts me stllll" Mo wonder, she got her paint from Bourne. "Yes, I i- a- her last at Dr. Bourne's Drug Store. "O, write me a letter from bom, "John Anderson, my Joe John, you balr ia llltsr And get the stationery from Bourne. the snow your eye Is dim'." "I wonder If she lores me I" Tell the old coon to gi to Bourne's and get sena She will if you buy your beautlfiers from of his hair dressing and a pair of Lo MnrVar Bourne. celeorated Itnek Crystal Specks." "Roses bloom and then they wither." The perfumrs ate made into extracts for Bourne. "Shall I ne'er more behold thee?" "Yes, and in good health, for I get tuy medld t "Kathleen Marourneeu, the gray dawn Is breik-Ing- '" from Bourne." "I'm glad cf it; Bourne baa to many nice goods "What are the wild wares saying?" I want to take the whole day purchasing;.' Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne, Bourne! jil child. sir" tic d B. $ UNDERTAKER, Xealer in !Fnriiiture g well-know- Oa-tel- le pub-llshc- I50SUEY, T. HOUSE PAINTER! U HtM lQflH J v)UffCvJ ill 09 vr ". lr mURGEON DENTIST, -, AX.IsEW'8 NERVE LINIMENT. -t -- eYmi ItSI-lyr- .J Shi-loh- PLOWS! PLOWS! st'sstLi" 'Um, tot-kett- of that-ee'.tle- e r, -- ISJ six-tent- hs. l.'t! or all tbJlkiir 8ttt SSSSSSS', ' V tV U. CS!iamilSSlkmDi!S. JiVJSrsY. rAfU'(MmiT. Mac-laerUnters, 't-y- tlWri "- U-- Frmls' iTlttfryWftiH r Tfn'li Bm Jii'i - -- maafiifru.:. x z j. : zvx&s-jmLv- : "' l" R."P"J .fc n. A- - - -- w--- -GARRARD Vice President Ilindricks took chhrge Brother Muxmzll, with bis usual fatherly solicitude, says in his paper, the of the Senate at noon, Wednesday, when Lancaster. Louisville Dcmoerat: "The sprightly edit Mr. Edmunds was forced to take a back There will be n special term of the Garrard Circuit Court next Friday and March 6, 1885 or of the Louisville Post and the brilliant seat. SiMford, Ky The last official act of President Ar- Siturday. editor of the Interior Journal first criticized each other, then fell lo calling thur was the signing of tbe bill regulating Match fo(u)rth xppcirs to have been W. P. WALTON. nnme and thence to cutting each other's appeals from Supreme Courts of the tever-- al ground-ho- g day for the republicans and Territories. "exchange" ofl This it really too bad. no shadows were visible. baa parsed a bill The John Woodcock has at last thrown up With tho weather as bright as the hearts Come, boys, make up. It is real unpleas-an- t changing Arkansas. SenateDorsey county to the name of public and inconvenient for editors or the sponge, acknowledged the election cf of million) of people were cheerful and DE5L"!r. Presi Cleveland and is paying his bets. thankful, the memorable 4'.h of this demo men to be at outs and unable to meet each Cleveland county, in honor of tho hamed A class in dancing, composed of about Would kindly ask your alteution to tho fact that they havo jnst returned cratio year of our Lord, was alt that am- other before the public in a courteous, dent. The county was originally We are willing to for8enator S. W. Dorsey. twenty young men, is being taught at s democrats could ask and hundreds of well behaved manner." ies from tho cities with a large, fresh and woll 8oIectod stock of Rev. Morris Evans, President of accept jour kind advice Bro. Munnell to the town Hall by Prof. Stormes. thousand! of them gathered at Washing-toFemale College, has been under Dennis Ryan shot and killed n valuato see their party resume contiol of the kisi and make up with Col. Sears, but we Bright during the pat ble horse belonging to Mr. Fred Conn the and riewsd tbe inauguration must rame tha conditions, which are as treatment from Dr. Osrernment, lip. He other night. He claims it was accidental. of President Cleveland under the most fa- - follow?, to wit: The Col. shall leave his two weeks for cancer on tho under trying position on tbe Post and come at U now about relieved and will shortly re Those venerable patriarchs, George D. Endless in varioty, dainty in quality, and BHtisfactory in prices, this wo guarTermble circumstances. There was probaHenry Burdett and John II. Woodcock, went to antee. Onr aim aball bo at all timca to supply every want in our lino. his school. bly store pomp and ceremonj than was once to Crab Otchird Springs. He shall sume his duties in County Local. Louisville Monday to assist Bro. Moody in neeeMtry in this country, but 24 years is then go through a course of the salts water, A successful raid was made on the his gospel meetings in that city. or rather it shall go through him; aftera dear time to stay out in tin cjld and the A great deal of sickness is reported democrats are not to be censured for show. wards he shall be dosed with Simmon's "Hensley boys" in the mountains neat Consists of tho standard brands of Europe and Araorica. Our largo line one of the outlaws. Levi by the physicians. At Mrs. Ellzi Bur- infc their trjalnesa with procession, music, Liver Regulator till evety particle of the Harlan. Kt.: of cooking stovca includes tho justly colobratod "Great Western Reserve" and accumulated bile of a quarter of a cen- Hensley, was killed and three of tbe detl's, netr town, four membsrs of the g shouts. At 12.30, every thine many other family favorites. Wm, family are ill with something like malarial in readintes, President Cleveland arose tury shall have left his system. He shall Sheriff' posse were wounded, but OUR CHINA, GLASS, AND QUEENSWARE STOCK consisU in part and Gilbert Hensley and John fever. iraa his sett in the Senate chamber and then be purged with hysop and fumigated A., Asher safely jailed. Smoke house, Kite flying is a popular diversion 01 lable, lea and Chamber bets complete, Glasswaro richly cut and etched. hegta his inaugural address, which was with smoking flax and if after being thor- Deen were oughly cleansed with home made soap and hen roosts and bee biyee have for years among the Lancaster small boys at present. In tho way of BreadstufTs wo name Ruckwheat Hour, tho queen of all tribes. coaclie, clear and comprehensive. He Some of the large boys indulge in the been their spetlal quarry. psesatted an entire consecration of every a new raiment placed upon his body, he Our celebrated (,G. M." patent flour unrivalled for cake and pastry, while The following sarcastic dispatch was practice also, bat they do their flying, for Rico and Hominy, our own patiotic products, are arrayed as faithful adjuncts. factlitf and e flort to the promotion of the will promise and bind himself, his heirs sent to the most part, at night. Mt. Sterling by the citizens of pablic welfare and although the executive and assigns never to refer to Col. Waiter- Took Hubble has returned from the All the delicacies in foreign and domestic confections are here. who resent the solicitude shown bmach of tbe government bad been trans- son as a marplot and a time server or to ua by Mt. Sterling people to save Neal. "For South where he made severat thousand Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wtllowware, Electric lampj, Stationery, Canned editor we will then take ferred to new keeping, he pledged that It as a and imprint the holy God's cake send a Montgomery guard to dollars mule trading He is still short, Meats and Fruits, and a complete line of Cigars nnd Tobaccos. Well this ia feould still be the government of all tbe him in our arms Lexington to save A. M. Bowling. We however, on his election experience, and oniy a hint of what wo have. people, directed by a devotion to the con- kiss. As the Col. will not see this paper, have serious doubts of his guilt. Boyd will never cease to regret ihtt he didn't stitution and a desire to ecure the price- - we authorize you to act as our friend in Believing that wo can make it to your interest, wo confidently ask an ex. county will furnish delicacies and '.lowers popper Blaine. 4e benefits intended by its founders by the matter and acquaint him with the con Mr. BqtlerEogleman, of Taint Lijk, amination of our goods anp your patronage, ditions in the compromise. If he refuses when the spring time comes, gentle Annie." prwaotins "the greatest good to the Respectfully, TAYLOR BROS. A company of Michigan capitalists has moved to the property be recently Public expenditures should to acquiesce, then you are at liberty to use1 have just purchased 20,000 acres of coal and purchased of J. W. Griffio, on Danville, fee limited to the actual needs of an eco any means of coertion in your power or W. has removed may euggeit and notify Umber lands in Laurel county, and will, Street. Mr. Geo. that your loot-to- e aosaically administered government, is said, construct a narrow gauge rail- from Gilbert's Creek to his property on it the tight of the govern-aawn- t us accordingly. road from the Knoxville branch of the L. Crab Orchard street. to exact tribute from the earn-lag- s There will be no need of an extra ses- &N. into their lands to enable them to farmers declare the As usual the of the laborer and the prosperity of sion of Congress. All the appropriation get the coal and timber to market. There wheat is all dead, and, as usual, the farm4aecitixens, and because public extra e bills were pissed before time was called are indications of a regular boom in the ers are talking at random. Tbe farmers bsje'.s extra.rgioc among the peo- Wednesday, save tbe river and harbor bill( DEALER IM way of development of the resources of are getting so bad that truth can no longer ple. Ojr foreign policy should be that of and that perhaps is better lost. It is usualbe found In the wells In the country, but Hardware, Homo Eutern Kentucky. Groceries, Saddles, foaroe and Washington and Jefferson ly nothing but a huge raid on the treasury must be looked for in tbe cisterns around Nails, Iron, QticeiiHHare, Huggy IV hi pa, DANNLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. peter, commerce and honest friendship in the interest of the Congressmen, who try town. ISnggv Wheels, Nteves, Cano Mills, Haraess, with all nation, and enUngline alliances to keep in with their constituents by gob as the clock began striking twelve Just M. C. Thurman sold Wednesday to Sf8l;eft, Grates, Older Mills, LapCeTers, Wednssday the bells on the court-housvkhaon. Oar finances must be establish--- d bling as much ss possible. d Redd & Cox, of Atlanta, a Illias, Bfeucware, Cent Midlers, Cellars, earn sound, sensible basis, such as shall hotels and churches began to ring, the saddle colt for $105. The new Cabinet was not sent to the.Sen secure the safety and confidence of a M. C. Thurman has sold bis butcher mill whistle to blow, several anvils began Oliver Chiliad, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and interest s and make the wagei of the ate for confirmation till yesterday. firing aod altogether for a few minute we shop to Messrs. Wm. Moreland and Cast Pumps, and tha Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin SootltAerer sure and steady, and oar sys had quite a pandemonium. Daws Hews, of Lincoln county. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ing: &d Guttering will have prompt attention. em of revenue shall be so adjusted as to D. N. Hinman has sold his interest in who was mvmging the anvils, fired 210 salesmen J John BrtwM, Jr. Dr. J. M. Cardwell, of Lebanon, is the livery and sale stable to E. W. Lee; the shots. No one was hurt. The republicans reUere the pjople from unnscsuy taxi-tiso- , having a due regard to tbe interests of dead. didn't seem to enjoy any of the fuss. firm is now Bruce & Lee. bill as finally pasted apThe Pen-io- n Judge and Mm, M. II. 0sley and C. eapital invested and working men employ-etiJ- a Edward Cox, of Atlanta, bought of American industries, and preventing propriates $60,000,000. John Cook, a fine black mare at $150; W. Ssreeney went to the inauguration.! The university of Louisville turned from A. P. VandeWater a pair of horses Capt. and Mrs. T. A. Llkin have gone to tew accumulation of a surplus in the Tress-111- 7 New Orleans to spend several weeks. Will to tempt extravagance and waste. out 75 graduates Tuesday. for $260. A colliery explosion at Sunderland, public domain shall be protected from H. E. Samuel haa sold his handsome Harris has gone to Covington to accept a parloiaing ochemes and 'unlawful occupi-dear- , England, killed 36 men. residence on Broadway to E. W. Lee for position in the telegraph office there. W. Mrs. Elizi BlaineWalker, only sister of $6,500 cash. Powe-sio- n the Indians within our borders must ia to be. gjven OrSwecney and C. Gallagher have gone to be treated as wards of tbe government, fair James G. Blaine, died at Baltimore. New York to buy goods. Mr. and Mm. April 1st. DKlLItl 13Seventy-'ou- r Hugh Hiys, of Lincoln county, were tons of hemp sold in Jjr asd honestly, with a view to the'r eduMr. Jno. W. Engleman has g(5ne foj Ing relatives here Taesday. Mr- visit J. P. Drugs, Books, Stationery and cation and cultivation; poligatny should be Franklin county this week at $7 per ton. Erie, Pa , to leave some thorough-breSandifer went to Cincinnati on business -- SJ' repressed and the law against Chinese B. F. Avery, founder of the largest mares belonging to Tho. McRobcrta to be Tuesday. Fancy Articles. rw. .OUIfc. Acs should be rigidly enforced. To plow manufactory in the world, died at bred to Capt. Cornell's fine horse Rey'en 'Zi Buckfen's Arnica Salre. Physicians' rscrlpl!cEi accurately compounded. -r "x. "am reform and the application of bast- - Louisville Tuesday. i D'Or. The UitSlT, In the worli for Cut, Brulins, principles to public affairs, the civil TexisTueiday laid the cornerstone of The friends of Miss Belle Hughes In 8ort, Uler, Salt Rbeam, Fertr Sores, Tetter, i . VTaa. ft Tl ujja 'Haaaaaaan service law should be in good faith enforced its new capitol. It will be the biggett Stanford and elsewhere will be gratified to Chipped Hands, Chllblalm, Corni, and all Ekln iJaaaulBHaaSi u BJSu!ii 'i aaaf kaaaaaarfl Eruption! and poritlrelr euro Tllei, or no pa; reasd merit and competency recognizsd. State capital in tbe United States. learn that she is now steadily improving quired. I li KuiranUfU to giro perftit utlifac-tlo- r The Largest 8tock of Watches, Clocks, Maj. John A. Harris js Announced for and that she will in all probability be able The colored people should have no anxiety Prlc 25 centi per box. or mc-relun Jewelry and Silverw&ra toacbing the protection of their right. the Senate in the district composed of Mad- - soon lo ride out. Penny A MtAllitsr. sale or Taey are citizens and as such entitled to eon, Estill and Rockcastle counties. S.Lazarus & Bro., will shortly give A New Discorery. Erer bought to thtt market Price Lower than During the two sessions of tbe forty-eigh- th away a the Lowmt. Wattbea, Uockt and Jewelry lte- all tho rights due to that relation under s Singer sewiog machine Mr. Wot. Tbomii, of Kenton, Iowa, mji, "My palred on abort nolle and Warranted. Congress there'have been introduc the constitution and amendments. has been lerloudr affected with a cough for and every person who buys from them years, aud this Spring taore than Tr behe again expressed a firm determi-salta- n ed into tbe House S.2SC bills and 345 joint goods to the amount e! 51 has a chance to fore. She had uted many remtdlta without re to secure as much as in his power resolutions. II. C. BRIGHT. be the lucky person. P. CCRRAK. lief, and being urged to try Dr. King's New Jay the full benefits of the best form of Mr. Peter A. Karins, proprietor of tbe Mr. Benjamin Boling, an old and did so, with moit gratifying results. The jrovernment ever youchsafed to man, Marble Works on Water street, died at the highly respected citizen of Danville, died fint bottle rtllred her rery touth aod tbe second always the aid of Almighty Ood Norrls House on Tuesday night of typhoid Wednesday night after a long Illness from bottlehu absolutely cured ber. She has not bid to good health for thirty years." Trial bottle aad his blessings upon his labors Tbe fever. Lebanon Standard. a complication of diseases. His funeral free at Penny i. McAlliter'a Drug Store. Large oath of office was then administered by Gov. Hindman has set the day of exe- will take place Friday morning at 10 size It. Chief Justice Waite, the bible ned being cution for Gus Finley, the Floyd county o'clock from his late residence on Walnut Never Gire Up. lbs one which Ceveland's mother gave murderer, whose case tbe Court of Appeals street. If you are suffering with low and depressed spir & when he left home as a young man affirn eJ, at Friday, April 17. It is not altogether a proper proceed- its, low of ippetltr, general debility, disordered -DEAX.ERS IN- By the democrats deserting their posts, ing for members of a Temperance Lodge blood, weak constitution, bradacbe, or any disThe President then took a carriage or the ease ol a bilious Dtture, by ill meant procure a White House, to which he was followed the republicans in the House succeeded at to fall out and fight but it becomes your Bitters. You by a magnificent procession, which he re- 2 a. m. on tbe 4th in pissing the Pacific correspondent's duty as an impartial his bottle of Electric improrement will be turprlted that will follow; tote the rapid viewed after reaching there. At night he Mail subsidy scheme by a vote of 100 to torian to record such an tltcurrence as you will be Inspired with new lift; itrenglh and be attended the ball and at 11.30 retired in the purified atmosphere of Dan activity will return, pilnand misery will cease the Gov. Hale, of New Hampshire, has nd henceforth horn public gaze. On tbe 4th page we ville. There is a colored Lodge here and Electric Bitters,you willat rejoice In bottle praise of gold 10 cents by fenHenry W. Blah United States Sen- Miss Milly Jones and Miss give hie and Vice President Hendrick's Lucinda Brooks ny A. McAllster. ad interim, Senator Blair's successor are fMetuttfl and those of the members of the ator, members and it was during a discus JUST AS GOOD. caaiaet. There is rather too much East will be chosen by the Legislature which as- sion of financial questions a few nights ago -Many uatcrupalous dtaltrs may trll you thry 1ito ANDia its make up, but they are all fgco 1 men sembles in June. that they disagreed and from calling each for Coughs and Cold tqunl In rorrlt and in Mr. Mills' resolution in the House other liars with emphatic aad democrats true and deeerre the confi prefixes, got into ercry rrsprct Just at gooJ at tbe old reliable Dr. that members should not participate in the each other's wool. The two women Cough and Lung Syrup, unltts you Intttt deuce ol the country. and a Boaanko rtmedy and will tako no upon this otUtr, you are inaugural ceremonies because of alleged host of Grant cancer-dyin- g witnesses were up before the Police liablt to be greatly decclfcd. Trlcct, W cents and business haa been Tax slight by the Committee of Arrangements, Court Wednesday, when Brooks was worked for all it was worth and with big fined 11.00. fold by UcBobtrts & Stagg. eQect The House in its last moments pass- was lost yeas 65, nays 1S1 $5, Jones was dismissed. CONSISTING OF It is understood that it is the retiring A white man named William Hollis, ed the Eimunds bill, placing him on the President's intention to settle down to the about 25 years old, abandoned his wife retired list of the army, tho vote standing: and yetal98j nays 78. The Senate had already quiet practice of his pro'esIon, not appear two children last Saturday and eloped with court-room- , as it is not a young girl named Maria passed the bill and it bectme a law upon ing personally in a Elds, wbo has considered in good taste to do so. been living in Mercer county, near Burgin. E. H. BURNSIDE, receiving tbe Preidenl'a signature. It A bold attempt was made to rob the Miss Eads is a step will give Gen. Grant about 143,000 back daughter of Hollis' pay and 512,500 per year during the re- State treasury at Lincoln, Neb, One rob-be- r sister and s onlv 16 years old. Hollis' This Old Woll - Known was captured, one mortally wounded brother mainder of his life. This is an outrage on Maintains Hotol Still thinks the truant couple haye gone High the tax payers of the country, who have and the others 11 id. The attsmpt was to Douglas county, III. Hollis has been in AMD AT ALL TIMKS A FULL LINK OF already contributed hundreds of thousands made at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. this county two or three years and worked A man named Adama, who was awaitIta Proprietor ia Determined that dollars for the old sucker to throw away. as a farm hand for a time on the farm of ing trial for forgery at Tazewell, Claiborne it Shall bo Socond to 110 Country Judee Sumni- and still later on the farm reb-el,- " Hotol in tho State in its Fare, That "unreconstructed, intoxicated county, Tenn., conieei-eto the jailer a few of W. F Djt. where the deserted wife Appointments, or AttenCol. Polk Johnson, suggests in the L)u- - dtys since to having committed murder at and children now are. Since Hollis' tion to Comfort of 19TWU aim ia&i me uime museum men Eist Hampton, Mass., over ten years ago. their Ouesta. Mrs. IIoIIh ba rcoimJ n letter miss n fortune if they fail to corril will A fatal malady has attacked howes ndilreiswl to her husband bj Jlljq Eada John D. White ani others just retiring and cattle in Noble county, Ohio. The Uaviraxo nlll bsconrcysd t aad from the de in whfeb nbe cslh him "Dear UhcI" vVill" frs of eb&rvv. Hneclsl 4Cfommo!atlGEi from politics with a dull thud. Tna idea diecaee tr 'Au.BircJal Travelers. Tho liar nlll affects tie kidney or epinc, hiu! acd tells bid to "come to me poji.' Ve atnayt paill'l nlth the choicest but ue Col. need not lay the is a good one, death ensue in a very few IionrK. The in,; with tho following couplet of orv, brands or Miuore and Clsiart. flslierinjc unolion to his ju1 thut While ia disease has rivagod one towns' ;. ..id t poetry: H tHMimtiriitly ratired. lie may torn up jet fproaJinr. "A silver dollar thine and a does tlu, ' T.irlf4tore to ou"r soa in tb lft.o-eu- i da JV'lll, it 11 tt ' On hnri f : ' -- i! COUNTY DEPARTMENT, The New Groceries and Hardware House of TAYLOR BROS. 3E3CXJSTC3Nr,V,3:XJIIJES. rg o lei Faasilf Ceesfest Our Hardware and Pocket Cutlory flKnd be-ia- rg, bob-taile- d ." is W. H. HIGGINS f Shoe, !- - three-year-ol- e, buri-.-ses- San-dldg- e, lae 'easy ftBK'&attnr PHARMACISTS, 1- - d gSrSJfe- r) srzSGSL:? JEWELERS. V'TSr sj . er il. first-clas- Con--clod- im, Iwen-ty-n- re J. BRIGHT & CURRAN. bap-penni- ng Groceries, Hardware. Queensware FARMING -- WM-dlt- IMPLEMENTS. MYERS HOTEL, Furst and Bradley Sulky Plows, STANFORD. KY. Propr and its Reputation, South Bend and Hamilton per Turning' Plows. Clin- 1 fnrth-errewlu- i'i Stanford Female SollspJ 5- - Mitchell and "Old Hickory" Wagons. Our Carriage department will be full and complete with the oesr maKes r.i Carriages, BufifjriOaSj t c. j ii Hut l.-- 1 il.c , , Snrri";, . nt other lowilt Uilz'ilf lly;.' a 'srs untie-iii' "-.p ill ' !i Kiftmath !Hm4ui' Tt'.i Tha outlook i swrrd untie. Thy w.ll .1 reward y jn e)tttHilruui.l. li m (! ' rple nf the jPow like but few editor in beaten if they full to rr-u- it for 'f He only dislikes tome men le th-- n McFadden we arretted in their words of rutifcr jkMt4 thk ar.ircriw op jJ.'ow toiltr. o.m-b'rliver ' Tn ti' Wedue'!ajr chirked with the It is a cw ditordtml Tho Stinford J.s'T:iji Joi'Ujui. hn THOROUGH E80USHU0UWE won milrJVr of Win. Kociinrs in Given county, ibingyou kiuw, C'pt Tfecie, y jut closed it thirttuth Un of which ' Y01.U have to run your Ky , in lv7. II Im been a fugitive fr icnownothirg Are tans ...u weJJ Mr been under th inlitnt hand down in your rck1 for two little jjs'.c liinrean.lit it U BaiJ hn k'llot.; nl fxrtllfnt inaMSfiKiaint cf Mr V. I', tavaic, rAW-rrr- a iAnai;.-- r rente when you want the I'd i Ci. Saeers other tnca nince Walton It in !h I. - ' 'piiper and j'AiNTma. The. President iu ordered a court treasonabl language eenw; an honeit, fenrhss newspaper, ud martial or the tr.'al 'A Brig. Ood. W. li. with no desire to puff for the mere mIio of Hazen on chhrjes of cniuct prejudicial puffing a habit disgustingly common It TuiUon, )ixlu'S tsnro from "5 to HO In tb .1 ecipline. The can bo truthfully slid that it has been well 'ir Tji ntrri.iPOU. Prlnsrj. (16: IntnB!tat P0!artru), 110, ed CotluxiBtr, JW. - ...... and tnr Kentucky that tnrawi sndnterestinz a feature rrTrlaTtiaiSfrTrrTWTfst?sisssssssssMiaa-I "fullcartlculBrs, cs tn Board, Ac.nddrpft Hi nw. Mb?. Stanlon Is a real ro?t nrd many M ' rjMux, Rerrp. the couth Of the crs,xeferrcd tpsregcnulre ' - r- -r C .Jl.EJil i ''r)v Tiif jYew Atm U in adieu o" din " '" srowd wltii 11 ?S: n- ns frstn f'v" j - '.if Ml. rod prntidiPi 1 If. I tJC (j I'jif. HtU, ": Hccspt f t, . r., ', "".- it- - ., i !, r Win ur tl . e of our pr' '"' tb: With a Full J,r:i r,rseachf3n?. , Us f W:.$W.. Bh Wiael 0:1 K -- l HUiiN II 1 - hr, e o WonlfjO imvo a Ijirgc Lhw of Walking nmil Hiding CultiVaitO!S. Solo Agents for j-- 1.1 watoU-cir- Walter A. wood Harvesting Machines. All the above goods have been bought very Low and will be Bold at tho smallest possible marign. We respectfully ask an inspection and invite competition. Prices and goods guaranteed. BRIGHT & 0URRAW tk TSHMS KODEliATE, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaajaasjniiitiirg III WWlilliil .MV.vmN7v iSSSm9?r5SDK ill! -- Tn 7 Stiw-ffiHfckl- i! I have fur t a lot of seed corn, of the Taiietv that has taken the premiums at the W. It. Martin. Croflon. K . lnnrd Hi FtiratFrsnkfnrt for the last two years. Our thanks re due to n obliginc depot MO mile with Emma Header , onlr to I l J- - A- - Carpenter, for fsv.irs. i 'if nd Tery One. Price $1 jer bushMarch (i, 1885 Ky., gm,( sfter ,,,0,1 a license, thai she pro- - It Btuford, el. U. W. 'itne4, Shelby Cit. Jt'riT In. Utr loid Northern ere 1 oat', posed to tnsrry his rlvsl, O. 8. Stetens, of Hopkinsvllle, whom she telegraphed and N, LOCAL TIME CRD. The BtauU of Youth. 1,1 60c per bunhel. tirlwht A Currdii. . tnsrrled on bin arrival. Ko mutter how hinjtoma or ttalwirt a joung ...12 45 r. K. Mall train going North ...... Do MOT buy a move until jod see the ...1 SO t.Mi Coulli Mr. J. EjiII Bier, a thrifty young gen- man may le otbtrwlie, noiblbg can make up for a ,. 1 12 A.M. Kzprotitraln" rkmth,......, W might Iron Range at W. II. Illcglo. tleman from Bwitr. rland, obtained license pirtlsllf bald hcl. Bbfntog tilenti arc attrut-lvA M " Norb... f oJ bills aMnlng poll It nol Tbe eauh majr be The firm of Vanarilnle A Fmnell of yesterday to marry Mim' Lillian . .Butin. tlckufujorsnjrtblnj elie, jet Parker' Hilr Oil-iThesbor la calculated on standard lime. Holat Highland. We will stoptbn loisof Iba balrand start a new I mat about 20 minute faaUr the Comurrcial Hotel lm di'soljed, Mr. daughter of J. D Bastln, of are glad to knov that our new population growlbofclootr anl soft hair 13 quickly ss to J P. Vanarsdnle continuing the business. turirUojoti reitorloj tbe original color at tbe is commixing bo pleasantly with the old. LOCAL NOTICES. tamo time. Not a Ore col 0II7, delicately perW. E Hay, accused of counterfeiting, Mr. Alexander Dudderar and Miss fumed. Only standard Mc dressing. Buy your school book from Peony A wm acquitted by the IT S Onirt. Col. T K'.inbeth East were married at Mrs. Mou-treMcAIUler. Wednetday by J. M. Bruce. Garden 8ed, fresh and gen- P. Hill and Judge Siufhy were his law HEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Landiictu's vers. Mr. Dudderar is a No. 1 engineer employed uine tt Fenny A McAlister's. Watches and Jewelry repaired on ihort Oun fourth page la it daisy, givlcc as it on the L.& N. and bis bride is said to be MA J. F. D. ItlGNEY notice and warranted by Fenny & Mc A Ha- does, the picture of the President, pretty and capable of makiog a real helpter. iuccee4hlmteH In tbe State Senla a Candidate-tand cabinet together with other meet. ate, autjtct to tbe srtlon of tb Democracy A coMrLrre stock of Jewelry, latent At 8 o'clock Wednesday night at tyle. Itockford watches a specially. Pen- scene of the memorable 4th. the residence o! the bridt'd mother in ny A McAIMer. W. F. McCtAKY The mall meitenger on the South bound Foil coushii, colds, Ac., uie Com p. Syrup' train did not put us oil a single paper yes Liberty, our former lowocman, the popu- Is a candidate far representitlTeof Lincoln counof Whlic Pin?, fn 23 and 60c bottle, Prelar and capable young physician, Dr. 0 ty, subject to the action ol tbe democracy. terday. He had better be on hia ps aid ijs pared by McKoberti A Sugg. II. Mciloberf, wan united in marriage lo HHIGHT JOHN Farmers, Read This -- Go to Dr. M. now, or we will have a democrat put in bis Miss Mattie L. Ctfley, he attractive and L. Bourne' drug More and get one package place. accomplished belle of the town. Ji a Candidate for Itnresntat reof Lincoln counof Bam A.Clark' I log ltemedr. If you Oun neighboring town of Crib Orchard Wm Clord performed the ceremony and ty, subject to tbe action of tbe Democracy. are not satisfied after tiring It yi tir money boiled over with entbueiaun at noon on the Mime Cira Whipp nnd Mollie Hays, and will be refunded. JOHN II. MILLEIS 4th, raised a llig and had a big time gener- Mrarrs. Elward T.uuer and W. B Mo ally. Prof. Rico's school, which erjoys the K)berta acted as attendants. la a candidate 'or renresentatlTe of Lincoln counPERSONAL Afterwards sjbjsct to the action In distinction of having a solid democratic an elegant supper was etjojed and yeiler- ty tbeth next ItiiMiliire, democracy. o of Mil. B. M. Wimiite hii gone to scholarship, was out in full force. day the hsppy couple came to the groomV t) Tliit hie mother. 9 PETTBS DR. Mn. 8 L, Poweks ha gone to New Ruiney made up hi mind before fathei Rev. 8. S. McRjberts, whereat-othe- r Ma J Is 1 Candidate to represent Lincoln county In tbe York to lay in hi Hiring utock. reception wis undered them Our next General Assembly, subject to tbe action ol leaving here Tuesday to become a candiMiss Kate Obimm left yesterday to date for to the Smate and au- btit wishes will attend them through life. 1 ne Democracy. Titlt friendi in Kmiaa City, Mo. thorized us to announce him as such. He RELIGIOUS. IIMf. A. O. TALBOTT Mn L. Q. Edelik, of Boyle, I in has a great many friends in thlsciunty who A Methodist revival at Citletuborg la a Candidate for Senator In the Dlitrlct compostown, talking up Buell't manufacture. will be glad of another chance to vote for ed of Boylr, Lincoln, Caiey aod Uarrard, lubject Mim Annie Holmes, of Crab Orchard, him. has mulled so far in 1G conversions. totbe action ol tbe Democratl: party. Election tint Monday la Auguat. was a guest of Mm Margie Jone this Rev. J. E. Tripletl will preach at Let Off Lioht. Marshal Newland week. on next Snb'inh at 11 o'clock A brought Bpears Fisher before Judge TIIOS. VI. VAIKXON Mn. J A 3. DcDDtKAK has returned Tutsday when he pleaded guillv of M. fill nut the uorxidred term if Moody has clo'tJ in Louisville after from a visit to friends and relative in Fl. aanlt on H. T. Harris nd atked the Judge E. W. Drown, dee'd, as County Judge of Bcott, Mo. accomplishing a grand work. Thirtj-.ere- n Lincoln, uijci 10 ino acuoa 01 mi uiuwiki court to be a light on him as poulble. E ectlon Auguat, ISM. Mn. and Miw. Jno. EMtinv, of He was let ofl with a fine of $15 and coats, churches In lb it city bfin revival Wedbeen Tlslting Mr. and Mrs. which he promised to replevy at oner, but nesday to gather the converts into the fold hare TJlOn BALE. Thoroughbred Cattle, Cowa, Helf-Thomas Melcalf. Bishop Taylor, of the Methodist JJ s and Hull uairra, rrguiereu. John O. Mc- having failed to do to vet a capias will be Ky. Mim Grace Wahnku, who has been issued for him. church, who with a few follower has gone Allatir, HiHtontllle, In- visiting Mis Ira Smiley, returned to on a wild mirsion to tbe inteLor His Mind. Squire J. P. Daniel rior of A fries, wants chrislUn(s) continued, dianspolU yesterday, accompanied by Miss his salary wm here, yesterday to gtt Judge Varson 1 ra and Mr. Matt. Woodson. but tbe Bjok Committee refuses it. to go out to Mr. Bennett Ooyd'n to trv hi I will oB"r t public sale to the highest bidder A private letter from London says tbe MrfrR JA.vraG. Gtvr.NS and Wilat the late residence ot B. F. Eabanks. dee'd. four ion Bennett for lunacy, wblcb sterna to Kentucky well known attorneys, have liam Ayr, the Mountain Erangeliat, Rev. Geo. tellea from Stanford on too Ruah Branch pike, on have been produced by over study. He is formed a partnership and opened their office 0. Birnea, left London with hi family Fib. TUCKS DAV, MARCH 19, 16S3, 25 year old and ha been a great book 12 for India. Mr J.T Pirie, the New York in the Bull btock.-LouiT- ille Time. worm. Hi mind baa been weakening for personal properU, condition of lire atoek, Mr. and Mrs. John J. McRoherts some time, but he never grew very violent gentlemin who proeided the means to take All the 8teers. to head good yearling etera, t9 J good Milk Cowa with young Calves, 1 thorough, pd Dollie, Mis Bailie VanDereer scd attempted to kill Mr. Barnes to London, stnl him 500 for br id yearling Bull, nd, 8 good work Males, well till Wedneadav when he mare Males, 8 yearling Mules, the India trip. 'Luuieil'e Time. Mewr W. I). McRoberls and P. M. Mc broke. 2 2 yiar-olhia mother. .Timr, - icmus Mr. Moodv, in acsver to a nutation, 2 tirooa12 JUres,of tno Ksberls attended the McKobertr-Cofle- y bead Unci, Corn, Hay, Jarmlng ImColta. Household and Kitchen Furniture, Ac. Killed. John Bowman, town marshal said that it was a mistake that he bad ever plements.ads nuptUI at Liberty, Wednesday. known on day ofale. a instructed Mr. Geo. 0. Birnee, tbe evange- Terma u HA ItAir RVJIASKS, Admx. W. M O'Buvan and lady returned to at Eaat Btrnstadt, ehot C. M. Lovelace, Crab Orchard Siturday after spending a mttchant, twice Monday, in the hand and list, or that Mr. Birnes had Instructed him. first visit in the abdomen, front which he died next He admired Mr. Barnes very much and week with us. This is O'B Everybody think that dav. Bowmau i under arrest. Tbe shoot- frequently had him to come to Cnfcigo to since hi marriage, ANDYwTgENTIIY, ExriBTB k. I. OK.S1HY ing occurred over a trivial matter. Love- preach for him. Louisville Times. be made a good selection for a wife. Notice Ii hereby clT(n lowborn It may con lace was weighing some pigs' feet, when The revised edition of the 0!d Tes a t rwtiiinnora. Jd. I. tieuirr iqu ....W. 11 that . ,F . Or Lebanon Standard. Jay Died tnetr Bowman, who was drinking, shoved some ment is shortly to appear and publishers (entrr. bU wlfiujiate thisCourt, praying pennon that the Clerk's otHce ol thli frl'ow against the scales. He told him that will likely fight shy of it. The new edition la the empower the aald V. W. Gentry to uie, enLOCAL MATTEIS. Court own benefit any prop. joy, sell and contey for her if be did it again he would bit him with The celebrated Thomas harrow at Bright one of tbe feet, which be did on a repeti- of tbe New Testament caused them a lois ertv she uiay own or acquire, free from the claims contracta, ice of over $300,000. There was no demand or debts of bera buaband; to make A Curran's and l iued as ilngle woman, to trade In ber own who for it tion. Ihwnman then ehot at Lovelace, after the first few days and in New name and to dlipose or her property by will or Oka noes, bananas, lemon and apples at got his ri'tol and they both find till their York wagon load after wagon load was It la ordind that this notici be published In thIn B 8. Myers'. newipaper publiibed pistol were empty, with tbe above result. carted into Lenvlti'a auction house on l.NTKaioB Joimiai., (Stanford. Ky . by two weekly inwrtluLs before the White Burley tobacco seed Before dying Lovelace rent for Bowman and Broadway and $1 volume sold for cine next rtcu.cr term of of tbe Lincoln Circuit Court. No charge for Olreo under ray hand as clerk of sld Court, forgave him and aaked that no prosecution cents. The same thing wtsdone at Mscy 'at W. H. Hlggin'. J. P. BAILED , Clerk. Marth 5. 1183- - IM be had for the killing. Lovelace was from h Co V, where from 15,000 to 40,0X copies TiiEfiawtaod cheapest Wrought Iron thl county, to which his body wai brought A.T were sold at from 10 to 18 cents each. " Ji tuge made at Bright A Curran's. Wednesday for interment at Mt. Moriah LANO. STOCK AND CROP Itr.MEMnr.R that Geo. D. Wearen sells the church. only surviving peniiontr or the Gooden coal, the best in the OrrosiTK Cocai-HoriLivingston or The Adam Pence sold to Saniford Erwin war of 1812 in this county is Captain Jar. 7 head cattle atJ.'M. market. KENTUCKY, DANVILLE, -- -tj in Eubank", who was in town yesterday havG. A. Lackry sold to Perkins &. Law-so- n Moals are. sirred at all hou-s- . Game alwaya on II. J. Darst offer for rale 2 building ing hi papers fixed for a quarterly draw a jick foril 009. hand and in Its seatou. oysters fresb fish, and simlots, 00x132 feet, between Stanford and delicaclea sorted In all styles and in ihort of $21. The old gentleman is now 01 -I want a few loads of earn at once. ilar Rowland, well located and accessible. noltce. Look out fjrlheilga Woodbine Keitau-rani- " and call when you are hungry. years old and tell us that be was born in R. T. Mattlngly, Stanford. The grand Cathedral clock made by Mn Henrico county, Vs., removing to this State John 6. Ilugbes rented 45 acres of F. G. Brady wa won by Mr. Reuben Wi- with his parents when at the sge of ten. blue grass of John W. Holmes at 3.25 lliam, who held the lucky number, li It He married twice and besime the father of Samuel W. Glvens k Bon bought a lot ia valued at 00. 17 children, 14 of whom are still living, of long yearling cattle at $35 per head. ANfl NANNIE WOLF. Frank Gentry bought 27 bead of mules J03EPH WOIF I'ETtriON. IN EQUITY. HIS The negro Peter Whitley, reecently stnt hi youngest but 11 years of age III WIFE. ON family is generally long lived, hi father at 50 to $100 and Warren Bailey bought to the lunatic asylum, turned up at home Notlc Is hereby glren to whom It msy conStandcern 'hat tbe peiltloneis, Jowph Wolf and Nan-.- u this week, when his father, thinking he having reached 94 and his grand father several at $100 to $175.-Leba- non wnir ti. k. h..hiiii.T filed their peti tion In the Clerk's ottcs ol thle ourt, P'sylng had escaped, brought him to the jail here. 104 years. A tobacco cbewer s'nee he was ard. that the Court empower ine laiu riaoum benefit 10 and a drinker whenever he felt like H, , The Woodford Sun saya Ben C. Steven-eou and enjoy, tell snd conrey lor her own W. R Carson A Eon ate making an ex not often, however, to excess, his prolonged sold 10 hogsheads of tobacco at an ny prowrry aheiusy two or acquire, rree trom conceedingly handsome set of iiearte harness life seems to be a contradiction of the the-r- y average of $11.50 and W. H. Graves 8 the claime or debtaot ber a builiind; to make trade tracts, s snd be sued ai single woman, to In herownnameanddlspoieof her own property for Mr. B. K. Wearen, which show the that a man mail do neither to live hogthesdi at S13.60. by will i r died, high quality of work this house is capable long upon the earth. Mr. Eibaoks has W.G.Dunn, of this county, has purItlaberebr old" iPat ulce of the their iieil'lon ac ' .ne t ' J' ', nd tlect tberot of doing. been a hard mm to kill. He had the yel- chased of F. T. Fox, Jr , El. Mahdi, a four liorubll nd .inal, a nswi- -' he 'Mi' geldinp, sired by Meenger Chief, pipirpubl .id in i'li We think we have been waiting long low fever while in the South an! later in year-ol"Y, Clerk. lhis Ma .1, ' ' enough for all our customer to settle up life a tree fell on him and knocked his first dam Paris Maid for $450. The cattle market in Louisville is unand now we Insist on tbem coming and set n'cV out of joint so that his bead lay on , nia shoulder. After a long time a doctor changed, prlcei rangtng from 2 to 5 centn. tling, a we need the rmney bsdly. J. succeeded In getting it to stand alone, but Hogs have dropped to 5 for best to 3J furj Hayden. his neck was always HtltV. cjmmon. Sheep 2 to 4J cent The Hon. W. S. Helm who died at Emiwirs: Clark Cash had 15 lambs an. cue nence Wednesday, was a brother of Mrs. The young man Leach, who it drunk - 'o"9 :. ,ne night, Let Lw nad Wesley Rout of this place. She was Mils and fljutisbing a pistol aroiinr! hr. '" of undine tho careees of six i:.c f -- '"1 Amanda Helm and is the Iat survivor of day, wa tried before 'irj- ' n! Lis uiik'uuor' dog which he caught in -Z&53 ifc.Tyio u 'entencjd O ptv a na it ; au.l r-& 21 children. c traiw. T l'a dT Djra Moore, daughter n Dfath.-M- m. -- J. M. Hail sold to Alrck Traylor 21 t-i hj rir MCh .1 i'ii Mr fir.n. Mrhnn. died at her home near t Tear-nlsteers at ?.'!) rer head and to mninrKnmi Mitiltir.Hili Pale. Fl r .line, Djtllit 5 sufficient amount or ni)n7 to ! my liable lKfi .ic.. Ac, wai mate ihisevoa uili Mason's Gap, Monday night, of puerperal had a ... ....,.,. T.'in -- .. .i.....l.llnl.nr.fnF ...R .n l...-r.,.- ... stj.aiurd, Ky., ,1C the lino and coiU and then Iiith h small fever, nged 20 years, leaving on infant but lie bought 01 U3bt. U. lliil bis saauie roll for a lawyur, so it wis fixed up that ho AT TlVEXTlf DttlaTs IRS. eiht days old. horrb for 5150. suspending shouldn't go to jail, the 'Soulre Portman siya it Is all r lio r. t ilirilnlaoneot tin moil dlstiugulabedeonj under a 1 vek the weather hns improved n.A.An .inhlm civtl iMfr nrir coda ment at tie ro the judgment of impri-'oon distances, and democratic administration. The lib wrs (iioH.of tho attorney, who promUed lint about the wheat being hilled. He has tx-- i,arM;.t Ml1881 were all a fo at or bli colts itis the front, wen. i. !,, i it. n., !,.. .,,.( tbe turf in wasoiieol inowii.yer.m.iu . .-. and bright in though Providence Gov. Knott ehoiil d nirdnn him. TtxU i- ""- -" glcr.o-j- i MU. Doubt, fc'. .1. nAn,l M..I n I. Itiall IAILITIMI.I B inDrOl Kl .....l.. ..!. vas stuiling on the new order ot things and :t niow way lo ez jCUtet'islaw ?nd simply high, over lirwllwrie. ftatidlng s.ln.1 ICJfhsnda flTlll nitianlen- . f I flit It Tr.M f aeIM.Ia.l l'l.iii1. liintJi .!... ' jf ifrdtj af almost fine .,, .... ... lh. '. h.,,,lff Enelandind America. Fly Imp.,i..j. ; tenders tlm "lr.tiUlB MMest 'iril.r .. R H "" Tokay by tuiP. YMksWn; sk'" "Ui ' Tise UlUatorv it"ilil hi buBcli oi wild b.'LEniiuii.i txf.-iir. I .Mi Ml. Mart..., by n.rrlo..'? Xlw m. touatl t.iouken. tlatn"t.y Blr Hlr -, painted on iebi ), . ( . ! .. ita !:.',,. ,iftn .Ism on: lovely (vni u guilty Of tll MKC Vir'uiM ' : . 11 otwd i . f W X .1.1m 1 aalil l. Jir. (Lite. t . . ...,v ....,. ...'r-,-..- . - ; .. i'"- -. . v.w-r' fonetantiy aiBdw..nrp. :. ..t . Mta Alma Hays, eel net in a f ;w' in 'ii-nd. s. avw jnlmor3onrmil Bjiid and Fquirrel cnge at W. II. Hip;-- 1 MARRIAGES. Kins' "" e, ) m !. Iv. Vice-Preside- R. J. Choice Mon-ticell- ', J. I. Preserves, Car-Cars- jijdgi; Jelly, . tiii-inlMii.t- n Cot-ingto- n, Apple Butter 111 Administrator's Sale d Bulk and M Lincoln Circuit Court. o &"'!:"" .- Cheap tJtZJr- J- H M at T. R, Walton's -- Masonhcimer's Restaurant B Z .! Lincoln Circuit Court. Corner Main n "'" .,,, 1 and Somerset Streets. d - StalHws for 1883. t- itn'rK-Mo- rgm$i 1 1 il "",? ST, MilRTXMr. r.:. d ..i.t rm .....: IVA I ...... " I .V .... .. I "V I 1 -.- !... . fiP r- - tllutf U n&lV ftfllLK 'ummiwl the in . ..v. rrtinr.l.i.iiuLi Tuftsdav. The norr!sjs;uc... r i.w--'- t juwer Ivi aw paU,unent and She L. a n!siU of a inaMfr We I'9U takttt'ie ixiwt T ff" ;itr ij rut h .litril judj. n lo n.ii'j.u .. It The uspil e I1.1U' v iiraao . , hri 'isr-13- . HSI Mill w , . f .... t filial. ,r 1 . jn V'' .;;;. - - ' ! ' . -- 11 1 1 - -- ueually ih -t 0U1 Ueorieto!', Oun friend, V. J. Campbell, the founder Four reari , aulbr.chtl M. tho iNTKiiion JounKAi., takes cxceii-- J i:70rts, of New York of f! ;' t xi 1 cr acre. 1. tionato tho iiliruM "tvenKiy nnu itcckij rreaident of the V Vtrr ct)8l' pittct outside." nsopplUd ! ua to ita con- lievo tbero 1.) to be t lUUJjjSk tlrn t dition when ive toou cuarte of it. We money between not? nWHlTSSN. u h o . s sum 11., ifmTi ill hd no intention whatever to relied on tho special interest for t .. Vntlravwc. 11 eJilorlal work on tho paper which wo must DimocrAt of tho 31. ' ,i''1' ar 1 unll si onfc.'B vim anioli better than it in no, Gen. Grant escaped H",l t ivrb only with reference to it support fora tho mora deadly 5"' ",!l ",h" that, -' woipok and if our word wcro rain it n 1 ui. uerm thst I'1'1 iiinu who haa eo t fxn Ll tJsbXvK? Gre conBtrurtlj wo beg pardon for not making should Eucmiutb to ' . WJHrWS?? 0 Timcfl ., thcui plainer. HlBv& 1 ... J. I,,,, 'I Iiie ljfSo . "" l lai d of Jun'.iu "I a'',,' froi t, r.dnSSSS&S&BtotW! t i ,i ..--.-- . .r.wxncd " d fe'il f ?. if i'n 0 p raiotl 01 I1' MP. vriiii.il lnii. mr, wlich wild 11 'Id 7 iitad of faditsT . HcUi !...!i' V'lW. hiiid or sh'int 5J rer'" ;ir uie - .,,. , , .,,!,:. I ." t Cv:. ; 1 -. 'CO ('ntr'; r ncr ,(..".. v' 1 ti . ill 1 u. 1 !wii j .fi ,. t, Mni iwelfi'i W""l , M ill il m in ' . J .1, tiui.fcrr I 1l.11 i'i . lied tr mi lh kii'i'. l." t th I. u - 'f . ..-- I ' tl.r. U 1Muk h, 1 I . wti-illiHM, i.rliltii tjlli" l lU'l W , , . ' "a' ' .' .'.i .1.1.. ' ii .1 NV. Jobnon. 2. ,. ,nl '.1.1 hvi UH. II (I'lln'I'lJ VjfJ. iif,r.i.iiiiiit w "XM'sW, u iVof I '' loiin.ul'i 1' lU'l nil. a t J'lll. ,. ' llli-l'i- f t teifjjfaSsticir&cfi .1 I 1 ejfigaw.3 jjJ1fBa.c.fPsssK?MS3AJ?A' isWaasiisifiBKSWVili" 1 I f raSBBJJ ... lrlxL:Sv?sVi'o. 1 w -- .j.nv.A vspJOTJS - AfiySBgzZS vJS "' 0""Ur' uiBaa i Kr - - W2HBaSr?TV) Tin ttW3s4wfaBfKEas' JMSBB h l,Mt3BKawNW1 xSSlBr 1 KW f . r'm, 4 I m rWffilS '? cra,Ht3fflBii?' m fBjfjHK9rrr( ' jiariiiis -- evl'ei , .. fa ULfar 1, f PRESIDENT CLEVELAND VICE PRESIDENT HENDRICKS AND psr year. The salts in tho courts in ferj, as her husband do, tho r modest, involved mansion in tho oxtrcrao southern which the city was concerned seldom to $30,000,000. portion of Wilmington, overlooking Dela- loss than is 915,000,000lean, with a free Mr. and ware Iwy Mr Bayard is probably worth Whitney tall and sasy juvcnllo manner. Hois fond of good $100,000, S0,X of which he inherited from iinners and good society. his fatho- 115,000 INAUGURAL SCENES. WASHINGTON'S GRAND GREETING GROVER CLEVELAND. Bcffortunale enougU'io tickets. oJ admission to tbo senate lonurwl about, as it admission wcro to bo won by waiting. Tho number of posae issued, howover, was not small, each senator receiving five and each TO representative two. As soon as the doors wore oponod tho galleries of tho senate rapidly filled. Many holding ticket to the senate wing, but not to the galleries, ailed the wings and corridors. Tho military organisations assembled in tho cross streets about the Capitol park, whore they remained while the presidentelect delivered bis inaugural addioss. Z eer Mp of TTartlBEUa. ,, siiFipnnirir JaSUD'aJUkwiB lSdura The City THE IrMd In Gorgoon cabinet. Banting and Honors. Scenes of l'oinp and Illustrated The Now Ad- ministration la Foseslon. Ven nml 1'eucll Skotcuea of the New Administration The Men Who Are to Sat ni ii ii ii .!ugnanQQqyniySr115 Guide the Ship or State t'nilcr the eiv Democratic I'.cgliue. i$ ji t!2 wjaran pros S3SPS37SS juxjujut-jufji-jua. irrjnr rvor ji uuu 7nnionnnc?na innrric-13 fVC7ilC innrVim 1 !M z mrtnr-in- :;DDDn SiWIKyf!?' na uiymummD rJi O DANIEL MANNING, anijssw f ft a M rl JbJ' SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. AUGUSTUS land's family removed to Arkansas when he was but ouo yoar old. Ho received a collegiate education in Kentucky and was admitted to the bar at tho age of.twonty. He was a delegate to tho state convention that passed tho ordinance of secession and subsequently served in both houses of tho confederate conUnited States gress. He was elected OROVER CLEVELAND, PRESIDENT OP TIIK W(J. In 1874 he was senate from Arkansas UNITED STATES. te, took his soat in In 1870, Sir. Clovoland wa3 chosen sheriff on Casaidj's death years afterwards he step- elected governor of his of Erio county, N. Y., and served a single ped into his place. Perhaps the rarest luck that the United States senat in 1877 and was retorm. In ISSIhe waseloctod mayor of tbo ever befel Daniel Manning was tho liking elected in 1883. Garland Is ono of tho ablest city of Buffalo, in tho same state, and on No- William Cassidy took to him. The editor of men in the senate. He is ono of tho fines', vember of tbo following yoar be w as eloctod The Argus was not only a keen politician, an touthern gentlemen in Washington. Senator .livA'A governor of tbo stato of Now York by tbo accomplished scholar and a brilliant writer, Palmer says ho will bo a credit to Mr. Clevela'.- iy largest majority over given to any candidate but he w as ouo of the most highly bred men land's administration as far as ability goes. Ho is indefatigable In committee work; his for tbo same olllco in any state of tbo Union, ever known In Albany society. From his y and on November 4 was elected president. honest Irish parents young Manning got tho legal knowledge mid judicial impartial-tlM have mado him an invaluablo Such is tbo brief but remarkably brilliant rugged constitution and powerful frame that 1 political career of President Cleveland. Ho have been to him more than a fortune and a member of tho judiciary committee. to Ho does not pay much attention is descended from a Now England family college diploma. But from William Cassidy noted for its religious real His great grand- ho loarued suave courtesy and easy dignity. bis personal appearance. Ho is a widower THE I.VAUOURAL rUOCESSIO.V. father was a Congregational minister of Nor- It has often been said that no man could as- and has threo children. He has a pleasant wich Conn. His father, Richard Cleveland, sociate with Cassidy and not learn to behavo home on Massachusetts avenue In WashingTo a man on top of tho Washington monuwas n Presbyterian. He married a Miss like a gentleman. Mr. Manning has bocn the ton and one at Little Rock, Ark. ment tho capital must havo looked as it did Nenl, of Baltimore, and soon after settled ns president of a bank, a leader in the enterprise in the spring of 1805, when tbo victorious pastor of a llttlo church in tho town of Albany and tho greatest single power in armies and tho multitude behind, with of Essex, N. J., where Orover was his community. He has great common sense Again tho multitudes them gathered here. bom poured in from every side of tho city. Great March 18, 1837. Receiving a and business sagacity, qualities that have common school education and n brief made his paper a pow or and turned the opporsquares of moving musket barrels gleamed in tho sun, banners, flags and transparencies course of study at an academy, young tunities it threw in his way into the roods to Orover determined at the age of eighteen to an honest and a handsome fortune. He is an rco above the compact masses of marching civilians. Gorgeous bands formed resplendent go west and seek bis fortune, so he started adroit and imperturbable politician, who squares hero and there, and so closely packed for Cleveland, O , being attracted to that uses candidates rather than others in were tho shifting multitudes of spectators fill- VICE city because it bore bis name. On bis way his gamo. He has never until now ADDUESJI.tQ nT.TDMOCS ing the )aces between tho car tracks and tbo . there ho stopped at Buflalo.to visit bis uncle, held an offlee, though he has disponed of THE BEXATE. buildings that the very ground Kvmed alive. I The president ami the preldent-clec- t Mr. Lewis F. Allen, who offered htm a clerk- many He has long been a disciple of ship in order to prevent him going further Samuel J Tildeu, and as chairman of tin The sight of tho marching troops, ascending the wnate wing by tha bronze doors, Capitol Hill from all directions was a graud each accompanied by a memlwr of tbo comwest This position he accepted, and soon democratic state committee be has a national determining on law as his profession, reputation of music from mittee of arrangemenU. The president proone, and different strums after, many bands had an inspiring effect upon the ceeded direct to tho president' room, and the bo' entered the office of Rogers, Bowen & KTO tie was admitted to Rogers to study In 10 o'clock the space prosident-tilec- t multitude. By half-pas- t to tho room. tbo bar. Four years later be was appointed east of the main out ranee of tho capltol was where they remained until they entered the j literally lucked with hnman beings. Many senate chamber Having been introduced by assistant district attornoyfor the county of persons took positions Erie, which iwsltlon ho bold for three years. on tho steps of the tho committee of arrangements, they occuIn lbfiS ho was nominatalVor district attor-noybhouso wing as early as 7 o'clock In ordor to pied seats revived for them in from of tho was dofeatad. In 1S71 he became a have a good view of the proceedings. Nearly presiding officer. Tbo commltto of ar-- , as far as the eye could reach from the capltol rangemcnU took soata on their loft member of tho law flnnjtpf Bass, Cleveland & BIsscll. Mr Cleveland7! one of a family in all directions the streets and avenues were J Tho vice president-elec- t proceeded to tho crowded with military organizations. Both j of nine children W room, where he remained I avenue of Pennsylvania from ( until be entered the kenato chamber, where , LUCIUS QUI5TIUS CURTTUS LAMAR, 8ECRE- - , sides Eighteenth street to the capltol were lfnod the oath of office was administered to him by TART Or TnE rXTEIUOR. with a surging mass of humanity. Tho stands the president of the senate pro tern. I Lucius Q. C. Lamar is a typical southerner i erected along the route were crowded and the He then delivered his address to the senate. in appearance, birth and training, and is ono I (W Manning is ho owes to himself. His boj hood was so hard and short that at nine years of age he was forced to earn a living as ottlee boy In Tho Albany Argus, whero ho learned to set typ?, making his way into William Cossidy, the editors, good graces. He was a sterdy, bright-focoactlvo lad, with a direct, slmplo way of saying things, that soon made him available as a reporter. In time Cassidy made him city editor, and What Mr It. OARLAXD, ATTOn.XEY GENERAL. Though a native of Tennossee Senator Gar- mmwxkm toj?W, AVjft VVffrr1 mmEMM" m Mk m& d ; mmwmm i F3Q U The aliove map shows tho principal point of interoit during the day. The route of tha procession is Indicated by tho dotted lino. No. 1 is th Arlington, President Cleveland' temporary stopping place, No. 2, tho white boue, No. 3, the capltol, No. V Washington circle, where the proceMlon be- gauiucoimtenuarvh; No, IS, Thomas circle, whoro tbo pructxton wiisdUbandail, No. C, the pension buiMliu, where the Inauguration, ball was held, No 7, Washington monument,, where tho Ore work wore let off Thousands of poople were nttractod by the display. THE AT THE WHITE HOUSE. on tho conclusion of tho rer monies, the members of tho wnate, preceded prwldent and tl e by tho Norgeont secretary, returned to tho senate chamber, o and tho president, accompanied by the of arrangements, proceeded to the executive mansion. At 1 o'clock, riffi MJL con-mltte- Ml i 8W sl.iS j y I ill iiJbtfi bcexe iv a norrr. ' ' THE 3P. ' M corridor tub moot or BILL NYE TO GROVER Key and Imparts Sotn Vlubte Suf stloos. To l'roldent Ororer Clereland. Dear Hint The painful duty of turning over the administration of the) United 8tW and the key to the front door of the white house has beau assigned to me. You will find and the key banging inside the storm-doo- r Uio cistern pole upstairs In the haymow o the barn I have made a great many tugfraitioDJ to the outgoing administration relative to the transfer of the Indian bureau from the department of the Interior to that of the sweet by and by. The Indian I may say, a great source of annoyance to in, several of has-bee- lie Turn arer tlie White flout t's i ' (mm TII0MA8 ANDREWS HENDSIOXS, VICE PRESIDENT O? TIM UNITED STATES. Thomas Andrews Hendricks was born in Muskingum county, Ohio, September 7, 1819. In 1823 his father settlod in Shelby county, South Hanover Ind. Thomas graduated collet in 1843, B$41e&laTTiat C'hambersourg, l'a, w as admitted to tho bar there in 1843) and rcturnod to Indiana to practice. In 134S bo was a member of the legislature, and in 1850 u delegate to tbo stato constitutional convention. From 1851 to 1855 be represented tho Indianapolis district in congress, from 1655 to 1851) wns commissioner of the general land offlee, uud from 18C3 to 1809 was a member of tho United States senate, in which bo was regarded its tho democratic leader As candidate for governor of Indiana he was defeated in 1800 and 1808, but was elected in 187J for the term ending January 1, 1877. as a candidate for, the vlco presidency. In 1870 ho shared tho defeat of Samuel J. Tilden. Mr. Hendricks has a patrician face unl bearing, a ready voice and cold light blue eyes. He can make n graceful speech and talks well always. Ho belongs to tho intellectual and rapidly inmen. His creasing ordar of sniooth-faco- d high forhoad, squarely built fa"e, Roman nose nnd thin, closely compressed Him bespeak tho it a daughter of George P body. Ho has two children, a son and a daughter. Judge Endlcott was admitted to the bar about 1850. Gov. Washburn appointed him to a scat on the supremo bench in 1873, which ho held until 188 J, when he resigned. He is a momber of the Massachusetts Historic society and of the poor. board of overseers of Harvard college. Judge Is a direct descendant from Gov. Endlcott John Endlcott Until the Bell and Everett whig. At that Campaign he was an time he come into tho democratic party. Ai u lawyer he has been very thorough, and In pleading a caso very dignified. As a judge be stood high in rank. Hd has never Wn prominent hi politics, until he was the nominee of tho demicratic party of Massachusetts for governor last fall, and although defeated he recolv oil a very handsome vote. old-lin- o WILLIAM CROWNINSniELD ENDICOTT. SECRETARY or WAR. Ex-JudEndlcott was- - born in Balem about 1SJ7. He graduated from Harvard col-leg- o in tho class of 1S47 r married his cousin, the brainiest man in southern poll-IcHe is in his sixtieth, year, and bad a diversified and oxtromoly interesting career. After his admittance to the bar at the age of twenty-to, he spent many j ears as a tutor in various colleges. He was a momber from Mississippi of the 35th and JWth congresses, prior to the breaking' out of tho war, but resigned to take part in the secession convention of his state. In the confederate army be won a colonelcy. After tho war be was elected to congresses, the forty-thir- d and forty-fourt- h and then elected to tho United States senate in 1883. The eulogy of in 1877, and Charles Sumner, delivered by Mr. Lamar in the house of representatives in March, 1874, was the advance step toward healing the sectional differences that existed between the north and south. Mr. Lamar is a widower and lives in furnished lodgings in Washing ton. He knows and cared as llttlo about g as a child, and is consequently 3f money-makin- s. greatest enthusiasm prevails. W w iW i ' ! iSlf -- OQ." - ml K " l$$w$S! Vvy Jw iN THE PRESIDENT'S RECEPTION. v Y vi TnE rilESIDE.VT TAKIXO THE OATII. After tho organization of the senate was cliamber proceeded through tho rotunda to tbo platform on the central portico of tho nwrvo and caution w hich are the dominant traits of his character. WILLIAM G. WniTNEY, SECRETARY OF THH KAVT. THOMAS F. BAYABD, SECRETARY OK STATE. Three generations of Bayards have occupied exalted stations in congress" and our diplomatic service. Grandfather, son and grandson havo all boon distinguished members of the United Btiitos senate. Tho two latter were members of that body from two huho stato for a time, which is tho only iastaflco of tho kind that Ills occurred. TfeAMoateti member of this illustrious family, Thomas F. Bayard, is in year! Ho is tail, well built, h his boaltby, has bo sixteen years in tho senate, jjWidts looked upYte WTyilngton as a type lwon mamoci W official purMjfj M?.' tweuty-tiigh- t yestts, ttil WW twelve children, fifty-sevent- William C. Whituoy was born at Conway, Mass. , f orty-t- i ve ears ago. Ho is tho son of Whitney, of Boston, Gou. Jamos S of Henry B. Payne, and He graduated at Yalo in of Ohio. thou at Harvard law 1603, nnd school. Coming to New York ho took a desk in the olllco of Judge A. R. Lawrence. Here Whitney became fnmlllar with tho Intricate laws of Gotham, which it afterwards became his duty as corporation counsel to enforce. His admission to tho New York bar took place in 1801. His business for some time was chiefly in connection with corporations, in which he obtained a large practice. Prior to his first appointment as corporation counsel of the city of New York, which took place in 1875, at the time when the Tw eed ring affairs were still dragging through the courts, he bold tho ouloe successively through the administration of several mayon till 188 J, when ho resigned, as bo said, for porsonal reasons. It is not to be presumed that bocaott he proved the exception to Andrew Jackson's remark about fflceholders (hat few die and none resign that the office was not ito important one. Tho salary son-in-la- At noon tho oath of office was administered by tho chief justlco, to the president-elec- t nnd President Cleveland dellvod his inauguW. r. VILAS, W)STASTER OEMEOAL. nddrois. Mr. Vilas was born at Chelsea, Orange ral county, Vt, July 9, 1840. When he was eleven years old ho went to Wisconsin nnd flowers which comjwso them. I entered as a pupil of tho university of that state, and was graduated thero iu 1858. After which ho studied law In Albany, N. Y., and was graduated from the law school of that city in 1800. Being admitted to the supreme court of New York he removed to Wisconsin, and in 1S00 be mado his first argument before tho supreme court of that stato. Upon the outbreak of the war Mr. Vilas entered the Wisarmy at captain in tho twenty-thirconsin volunteers, and roso to bo major and lkuteuant-coloue- l. Ho resigned his commission and resumed the practice of the law January 1,1801. The supremecourt of Wisconsin appointed Col Vilas ono of tho revlsors of the statutes of the state in 1875, and tho revision of 1878, adoptod by the state, was partly made by him. In 1870 Mr. Vilas refused the use of bis name as a candidate for the governorship of Wisconsin. Ho has porsistentli declined olllco, but went to Chicago as a delegate to tho convention of 1884, which bon orod him with its permanent chairmand Crowning tlie grand events of the day and forming a fitting cIoho the festivities, was inauguration ball in tho new pension building. In tho decorations GOO navy flags have boen utilized, and thousands of ) arils of bunting. Between tho arches of the upper gallery were placed various devices bearing tho coats of arms of various states. At ouo end of tho ball room was placed an immense plate glass mirror, slxtoeu and a half by ten and a half feet, in a framo of cut glaw, and at the opposite end president's floral chair under a the Japancxo canopy. Pyramids of palms tho tropical plants decorated each corner of the ball room. Ono of the features of tho floral decorations were ilevioas symbolical of tho various oxecumo departments of the government Tho curtains nnd other hangings of the boll room wcro of tho richott fabrics. Some idea of tho elaborate prcpai atlons of the designs may 1x3 gathered from tbo fact that f 5,400 wcro paid out in cash for the their number having jumped one of my most valuable mining claims on White rivsr, Still, I do not complain of that This mine, how . ovur, I am convinced would be a good paying property if properly worked, and should you at any tlmo wish totako the regular army and such other help as you may ncl and recapture it from our rod brothers I would be glad to gi vo you a controlling Interest In it You will find all papers In their appropri' ate pigeon boles, and a small jar of cucumber pickles down collar, which wero left over and to which you will be perfectly welcome. The asperities and heart burnings that were tho immediate result of a hot and unusually bitter campaign are now all burled. Take those pickles and use thorn a though they were your own. They are none too good for you You deserve them. We may dllter politically, but that neod not Interfere with our warm personal friendship You will observo, on taking pos.,esslon of I tho administration, that the navy is a little bit weather beaten and wormy. I would suggest that It be newly painted In the ship, By midnight tho nunilwr of persons in In its Prosident-eloc- t Clovoland called at white hOuso and spent nearly two hours conrqfiftUteyltJi, Prosldont Arthur in rod iif&f.aW- then ilriven back to the his-tor- elm was greater than ever before u Arlington hotafa'44streain of callers re- THE ADDRESS. commence. SMswJGkur returned tb The tldo.pt pcoplethat flowed to tho capltol visit, accomiistsMsMWBMcMlcBaeL to afreeJwas a pcrfocl The visit was a"tFisritsconclusloa Mr. Clovoland afidmjssl)$J)fe private noou.f TfSSSsssSiisi"TTTwu-- von uuuuingan " tnuue. urowua oi peopu dialog rooen. , m. th( ir th th i PRESIDENT . .Miarj'MwvftfaUQURJuJ Tisirjiis in tXbj noou or land flCr stf t hear,fiw, Bfoads a part '.rf.oacfa winter with her husband in WashhfcW, tkbA& she mucupr flfTILOITfl CATABBd IEMEDY, a positive cure for Catarrh, DpbtbeI and Cisker Mouth. for tale br Fenny A MeAlUter. caulk wfaoa 8tiUB' will give ImmedlsU iellf? Pr If e COj ssle by reony'A'MtfAllitW. WHY WILL-YO- U vij MfiJamsmsss. jJt ,jjs nY? which your name TvJriWyk'tew a' man so well J WwSHIPT rid remit us the amount vou owe If nave loane J nlno fed ire fa srresrs. )nthUUIoa W A'facjiilfiii Mary's, OUlo, seat 1M Nile expedition. Wpafr for the friendly spirit, and whatovor your convictions may lw upon great questions of national Interost, either foreign or domestic, that you will not undertake to blow i )t tho gas on retlrlpg, and that you will Js other ways realize tho fond anticipations which are now cherished In your Iwhalf by a mighty eople whose aggregated oyo is now" on, you. Bin. Nye. P. 8. on will be a little surprised, no doubt, to find no soap In tho laundry or bathIt torobably wbItc Kouse, rooms. way add wa got into the campaW (a somo aWr bed. It. N. 1 If It had been my good fortune to recclvo a majority of tho suffrages of tho peoplo for tho ofllco which you now hold, I should havo painted tho navy rod. Still, that need not influonco you iu tho course which you may seo fit to adopt I hope you will receive the foregoing in a spring. araftej tlB,,h."ve7i Poor mad Jmructerfor uprightness Emerson' (Iowa) Chrotitclm The are can tstaUUit and prpiaeubt Mrtng an honest oudoaror to ray bit bills'