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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886101501 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 1886 $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. mtmi ilicrJuo & VOL. XIV. OANtlLLi. BOYLE COUNT!. HARRODSBURO ntefiof lonftud NO. 168. U. IE. TAYLOR, Of LOO AN COUNTY, Is a Candfdate or the office of8up.rintend.nl or PuMlo Initructlon, subject to tha Democratic titateConT.ntlon. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1886. Misses R.chard Foley and Joe Haa have boURht 5,000 bushels of wheat within the past week at G8o. aaf For the last fw day I have been itiv Mr. Patsy Holtuan is vrry low with Stolen, from mr paiturn ol tbn Somersit roid, 7 mile, from Crah Orchard, on Mendar night, tbe Inn the people of Mercer and lower Boyle drnpay and not exixoted lo live. 20th lntt a light ban tnnt'C, about IS handa end chrsp' nchanc lo take iln-high, 8 years oid, haa a scar on left hip Ilk Our"mito prty"met with Mr. W. VubUahcA TitCKitiun nrul Erlttaya burn; small whlto .pot on left side made by sad McCreary and Todd, democratic and in the State ai.d it I with a pleasure, K. Uuchanan to night "Come one, come AT die scald. I will glr a reward of 321 for her reSAJME! ! turn to me. republican candidate-- , for Coogre-s- , are to unknown lo other lii.n solicit one come all." IF. It. HAHNKSfi, S3 I6M Poatofflce. Cr.h Orchard, gy. peak hero next Monday. I can say ther did not let tne opTnere will be nervlces al the Utptiel A Taluable Mock Farm containing; .till AcrPH oi, ht understood If wacredll thtl.50 wlllbe Welsh & Wiseman have removed the portunity slip them My journnv 'o this church next Sind it morniog and night by ttualed 1 mile froa Crab Orcuardon tb.Slanlord pike. and demanded. hideous, looking wooden awning that hne place brought to my view jme ol i(e fin- Kv Mr. Greeo, pas'or. and roomi over same, Tb. two new or Ualn itrest, built by an elegant lino kept the llj(hl out of their atore room for est farm, well slocked nnd watriwi, that The protracted meeting at the Chris- lautanioru.onBoalhald. brick re.ldenc. In which I am dally opening Including all of Fall MillinOwaley fc Hon. Alio the ery, W. P. WALTON. eeveral years. can be found anywlere and it I wnrib a tian church cloed Thurday night with 13 I am now Urln;. I6ltt Stanford, Ky. The Latest Novelties of tho Season. Mr. Charles C. Fox has vacated bin law trip over thl' road In aee, them, ep-cltladdition. Tins bipis ng took place at tie Melro'O S uck Faim, owned by Gran- Sprinu pond. Mr. Montgomery delivered Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars office on Main street and romoved with bis the PAINT LfCR, OARRARD COUNTY. and Cuflt, Ruchtng, CorstU, Buitlos, etc. You family to the farm lately owned by 0 II. ville Cecil, ni'ar D.mrlltp, ond IHuhland some excellent eermnns nod wa much lik Storc-ISoo- m will find me at tbe room, lately vacated by Bml loy A. Warren, noxt !oor to the Myers Home. Horn, owned Uy A 11 limn, u ar ed by every one Lvt Balurdny a negro living ntir here Talbolt on tho Lebanon pike. We hopo he will not. let 10 ICATEli VDUEUA II. IN STANFORD. e. l child up In Mec-rand rainy other. ocketl her IlUlo three year-oithis be hi l&ti visit lo our town. All the J. II, EnRleman, Granville Il wa tuy coJ fcrtun on Tucdny member; of the church join in extending InThe Ilayden I arrangement. tho best In Stanford, ho home od went to one of IheneluhborV. and Charles P Cecil, W. A ftursell, Jamtn location an Applv to While she was cono tho chlld'a clothe A. and Miller Lie attended the McFerran evening lo attend the Tuesday Cl'ib, eome-thithanks to Mr, Cook for the nse of his organ ir. . WELCH, for a during the meeting. on the order of the "Mob," 1 caught oo fire and burne I the lit t Je fellow horee Bale at Olenview, near Louisville, MT. VJSBNON, KY. Stanford, Ky. abort time a great erjiyment lo our vuiing into, crlip. It livejd but a few hour.. thii week. Mr. Will Jamc and wife haye broken n This old and Hotel Is still home ol Jick Adams, Jr, citnn From the St. Louis Jitpubliean, Oclo people, held at the home of Mice Maud up housekeeping and aro boarding with Ijj-T- ue Lincoln Circuit Court, fine reputation. Chargo reasonable. ritjtieAt bolnj ileittoTed by Ore a lew dy htt 10th: Mw. Lor an Hunton and daugh Myle, oa Diuvillea'reet, trhict proved to Mrs. McAlis'er Mr. W. P. Tatoai has W. W. Johnion vs. Jennie Johnston. On petition. opcciai aiieniion to the traveling public. Are ter, Mm. McCune, are entertaining Mis enjoyable cceislon. Mies Mylee, sold Lis livery a.ab!o ou'-fi- t be a mot to Mr. Andy ego. Tue noot in the chimney oiuht M. JP. XE1FC03Jtt, Pro'r, 85--6 m day Mt. Vernon, Ky. Tbt and fell on tho roof and burned a Uri;o hole Mary Mcllobert, of Dinvillo, Ky,, at their assisted by Mi' Nannie Alexander, enter- Rice and ha rusted the stablo and hi resi- tion inpetitioners baro thtt said filed their petitbe Ork'i ofllce ol Court, aiklng that tained in asty'e meat charming. Refresh dence lo Mr. Joe Melvin. Mr. W. M. aid Jennie Jobniton be empoweietl to uie, enjoy, through It. It wan saining headway when home at ll:idRctoo sell and conrcy Ut her owu benefit any yo tho -- Father II J and A.J. Urady. of the ment were rcrved at 11:30 and a more de2 discovered by Mr. Adam-- , who our depot ugent, ha moved into in. may own or acquire, rreo from tbe property debts or minute newborn Catholic church, have temporarily remov- licious aud tempting repist was never en- Mr Porter Robinson's house on depot clilmsof hcrhmbaud, to make contracts, euo and enA.'.ifpr?ca.U.llTJ,.of Mr' w n- alarm, ind In a few be turd t& a single woman, trade In her own name Anderson. Ioffer prlvaloly hi. neat brick houis and lotof catae to her aMlitance and ext!nju!nci ed to tho rooms on Main elrect, ovor 1'; joyed ly the Intkiuou Journal'o repre- street Mr. Koehler has rented lor five and dltpoio of her property by will or deed. it li now Inoruereu mat notice or tald action be two airr on Bpmeraet Avenuo tn Stanford. Th. sentative and it urtlv to eay that he, as years Dt, Joe Graham's farm, oppoelto the publlihed has all tbencctieiry lmprorcmenta and Is a E. Sullivan': store room, while the workthe flames. the Interior Journal, a newipaper place dcilrabla one. very Call on or addrc. me at SUn. . A. men are engaged in building their new well a the rest, did it full justice. At 2 Brown Spring. Mr. Edwards has moved published In Stanford, Ky.. tor ten dayi. Lvt Bucday E L. Suns, fordlnregird to It. r. BAlLkl, V. X. SIcVOlIEIlTS. o'clock the merry piety adjourned after to Mrs Sue Holmes' place ceir town. Callahan nnd uthew went residence near the church. Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court. ics.tr Crtitchcr, Tom William Minor, the young man craz thanking and re thanking the lovable boat out on Kaundttone chestcul huntlni:. In Battie DoBorde, of Stanford, is the evenlep, they "tatted home and went by from epllepy, who has been In jail for eev-er- cm for the trea. visiting her grindmothcr, Mr. Foley. The Cotnmcicial Hotel, kept by Mr. Miui's Mary Johnston, Annie and Mattie week becauie there ho been no room a houso where whisky in fold to net a drink WHOLESALE la'e of our county, i one of the Beszley, of Goihen, were the guei'.s of the too mucu nnd etop for him in the Lexington Asylum, is a very Sue Oa-enMr. Searcy took a little & ped ou the raid and laid down Tin other bardcltizin to manage, He amiahed a bsi thtt can b.t found. N" hotel in my Mitets Stturt during tlo meeting. Mrs. 22 Wert Swan Street, wooden bench to splinter4 a few day ago knowledge set a heller table than this and Greiham ba) re'urned from Paint Lick. putieJ went to a home near by to Ketsoim-thinfor clean and well furnthed roras it takes Mr W. P. Taiem, wifo and son have gone to eat and were none but a short in an attempt lo strike the jitter. IS WAKRANTED to euro Fever and BUFFALO, N. Y. Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, lto Lte Pepper, a former, Danville uRro, the blue ribbon. Mr Oens is just the man to Indiana to spend the winter. When they ctnte bck the tried to time. Mr Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, mlttent Fever, Highest paid for 7blta rouse him up to atart, but he waideid. It who was several year ago committed to for the buelncis and having uo opposition Clifford, the handome depot agent nt LivDengue (or Brcal-bono- " Fever), Liver Aib, Ktd cash priceCherry, Poplar, Aih, Black Birch. Butternut, Complaint, and all diseases arising from here, we can ee nothing but a fortune in it ingston, win hero thi weak on importanl It aaid when he left hime that tnornin,: he tail on a charge uf forgery, and who became 'Vle' Hickory Walnut, Quari f Malarial poisons. tereUWhlteand Bed Oak and Sycamore. In bu pocket, but he had only 60; so pious that he induced an old gentleman for him. Make it convenient to spend a busine!. Qoite a crowd from here look iu had $35 A. C. Sl.VE, "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884. when he wai examined after death. An in named Crow to eo on hi bond and after-war- uight with him and if you Are not served the Excoiitirn thi weak. Among the oouiuern a cent, Stanford, Ky. you ever were, Its our treat. "For eighteen montlis suf-crc-d 153-ran away, Has erresled this week in tdcer lhau quest wai held aud the jar returned a ver number were Mr Will Buchanan, Mrs. E. C. W. with Chills and Fever, of hi death. LonUville on an accusation of bigamy diet that whisky wan tho came Scott Furis, Mie Lura and Leila Doores, Jiaving Chills every other day. NEWPORT HEWS & Hon. A G. Talbolt left to day for Itlia little uiysteriout and the matter Thl is the way the beautiful Jntty Lily Annie nnd Maggie Holme, Jennie Kenne MISSISSIPPI VALLE7, After trying various remedies where he expects to meet Mr. Tal- kepi herself in trim: Mrs. Lingtry is al- dy, Sallie Ftah, Lillia Buchanan, Me srs ought to ba thoroughly ioveitif;ateil. recommended to cure, used a THE bolt From that paint (hey will m&ko a ways awakeccd at 0 o'clock In the moiuiug Bailey, Holdim and Fulber. The Monks in Iowa bottle ofAyer'8 Ague Cure, and Kans.a and go thence to Phil She then spend ten minutes in an short trip to During the last few year of her life About twolvo miles from Ditbuii'ie, Io- adelphla and Wcehlngton have never since had a chill. BOUTE City. Mr. Lea hath. She goo back to her ouch for half Mifii Eda F. D-wrote quite a number wa, upon n b'ackencd, dot ola'o prairie, EDWIJf HARPER." lie D. Cox la vieiting his parent in Cincin an hour' nap. frnm which ho i agiin of very crcdttxble poem, and knowing that there! a lonelj ramaMerv, of thu mod nati, and will remain till Saturday or SunrnrrArtED nv Kenluckj's Itoute East amused by her maid, who brinj oo a man of tho reader of the Interior will solemn of the old P.iman sects. Keery Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mais. voa day night. dainty MiUer salver some fruit, a Serves appreciate anything written by her, I give morning at 2 o'clock the inonka arise. This Sold by all Druggists. Washington, Philadelphia and A sever.! wind aud rain etorm yeitter cup of Ru's'an tea and all the morulng one below: we mar not look upon as so ureal a hardNow York. day morning did considerable damage to ANSWER TO IS TUE GLOAMING ntwepipero. IiVore ehe arises Mr. Lang-trTho only line running MACK BHUCn'3 ship when we ate told that their (inly bed the roof of the Christian church ou 4th and In tba gloaming, yet. my darling, ha een every nwntion of henelf in the it a hard plank. Thtn they pray for sov-- en Walnut streets. The greater portion of the y When the ihedi 111 glow, paper. At 10.30 the eccretary arrive and Buggy & Implement House. FULLXAX NEW SLEEWNU CAKS oo conhoun in wooden atalU that are When the nl jht-wl- n Ji whisper gently, tin roof and the planks to which it was the setter's corrcpocdenca ia dictated. At structed that they will not permit of- their Through my lattice, soft and lor; SOLID nailed was blown off, eoaoe of it a distance 11 o'clock Mr Langtry takes up the foil, And tho murmur of tho ocean, I hare now reclining, but which compjl them either to 'BOX 40 feet. A part of it struck tho chimnev and after n rapid bout with her master, to ol Com.i lke sounds of hidden woe, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. etacd or kneel the entire lime. Their prayA Full Lino of Whoat Drills and of an adjoining house and knocked it off. keep herVelfio form, she gue to rehearsal. I will think of you and lor. you, to Washington Oity, . er completed, their next duly la for each As I did long yean agi. other Agricultural Implomonts, The top of the eplre of the Daptlht church A a fencer it is doubtful if she bss a suConnecting In the same depot with rt of his to tto into the yard and die a Beitdeia was considerably twisted. Fast .Trains for Now York. In the gloaming, yci. tuy darling, perior in rowuh among thoec of Ler own grave, and when they hare it once The Direct Koute to I'll think tenderly of thee, or the amateur. She Is clever with Full Line ot Baggies and Wagons Lynchburg, DinTllle, Norfolk and all Virginia To Sunday School Workers. ciiipleted they fill it up again and repeat Though you're gone from me forever, at fifthe (iitoi and never misei a card and North Carolina Points. To IDo Editor of lb. Interior Journal. I xa not hippy, though I'm free, the operation indefinitely throughout tbeir Always on hit d. In connection with my ImFortlcketi and further lnlormatlon, apply to For the freedom that I craved, dear, Please insert the following in your next teen pact. At 4 every afternoon her little plement builneu, I will alio carry a your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Monlite i, Tney are not tietaltteil to epotk to Now pojseued I find doth cloy, roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. Chinere pago open her big front door, and eich other except by --.pedal dispensation, Complete Stock of Lumber, And I know Ihete's now on earth, dear, The Executive Committee of the Ken-luck- y she Mlepa out through the crowd that alw. c. mcuHAM, . w. rri.i.F.n, ' the which ia very rarely Given, except al 2d Vice Piesldont. Nore heart with Joy. Osn'l Pus'r Ag'l. Sunday School Union taks pleasure ways await her and into hor elegant carBoth rough and dressed. Prices on everything a. LouliTllIe, Ky. , close of each meal, when each .aye to the In calling attention lo tho ' Diys of Univer Ah, lbs world will nerer know, dear, riage. Mr. Langtry keep two distinct Low ns any ouc. oiler, ''Memento inori" -r- emember that sal Prayer for 8unday.8chools," October you should go, How I've grieved that wardrobes, one for borne aud one for the How I're oltlme. In the gloaming-Ha- t I solicit aihareof your patronage, Ileapicifiilly, you aro to die. Their fuod ie tho very 17ih and ISth. she goea to the theatre in theatre. When and brooded o'er my woe; very pnretl. S) they go on, ror after Sunday-Schoo- l Years ago the London I. St. nilCCE. and Yet, I know that thou art happy, he evening, ahe take a shower-bat- h year until they die, wheu they are placed Union RUgested the idoa and the obaerv-anc- e From earth's carei and sorrows free, Concert Grand, the changes her cotire costume for the the-- Titc in their grate dug by their own hand. No And I know 'twas beat for yuu, dear, itb hae boen had annually with increasing atrical imdrobe. Parlor Grand, A manicure Best for vou. but not for me. hesd'tooe, with their nam, mirk their interest, until the custom is quite generalBaby Grand, meets hor at this hour, and the nails are June 1,1831. Ella F. Doorej. l&it resting jilac. OjI the name they ly established. Upright Grand, polished to re hi tints when aho leaves. VROM WHENCE have adopted when entering the monastry In thia day of the enlarged and ever enJudge Wall h.s no opposition in the Square Grand. ia placed aboye them, all else U omitted, larging efficiency of the Sunday-Scho- ol Xo Traveler Returns Mick! The Greatest Diplomat of the Aor. Ninth yet and it is likely he will not, We are opening the laoit carelully selected, the itilors, a tbay sea then thin, dismal arm of the Church, it ia most fit that all EJmund Day, a colcred convict in In these tlzbt times each buvet should consult finest and belt stock of The father of the family stand in a trim-minepCtrti issuing from tho cloomy wall of who are connected with hand Interested for IbreiteuioK Attitude, thoughtfully Why should you glre one mer- tbe Ohio Peuifntlary, attempted to kill, his own lntcri-sti-. PIANOS ASH ORGANS buy the Bfn you chant 50c for an mtlcle their relreit every diy, feci a chill of hor it should at this lime unite in thanksgiva the larger knoi oiTa nice, long birch- with a lame tbing Iroui anotber lor toe To do this Is not ia Erer brought to thla city. Every instiument la yoursoirornmny, . ror run through them. And all thl ing and prayer (o God for tho abundant en rod. Before hi dar- - Hi excuse is thi he wine to kill some justicetouoxi puce, you aaouia iwsure 10 gei the pride of an artist aud prices range from 10 to in xne Cnrlilianlly. Ia ble.HiinR bestowed in tho paat nnd for done under the name of and get out of his articles. Poor good are dear at any price. No- 25 percent, lower tnan olother dealors ailc lor tho linu eon, never dearer than now, in his one snd ba ban waslcal nod art culture where Is this more to than tn Medicines. You same goods. Persons it Christ like? -I- owa S'.ete.Keclstrr. bleAainga in tho future. are invited to au Inspection of tbe beautiful , culti12.h year and but recently in mischief. trouble. might at well pay 60c an ounce lor saw dust as fo vated, recned tone and artlai designs ot these celetcert medicines. The kUgRMlion Is that oiery church and Tbe son, breaking the silence, which had brated Instruments : A philanthropic New York firnihascjtue Bourne has lust received his lirxe stock of Med icines of all kind. Kterr article fresh from the in Kentucky shall have jjrown painfully embirraIng, speak: "Fail to the rescue of Itaode Wanders who want Sunday school Kiinbc, tiro Famanufacturers. He now has tbe nicest and cheap Tho of fancr coods. show case articles. ic. est lMn-tlnmous Decker & Sou, the Popular Ev their cocktail in the morning and are pro special prayer en Sunday mornlnu, October ther, the preacher' iu Ihe ptrlor talking Ac. Tbe C9lebra ted Lainire'a Spectacles and eye hibited. This firm puis up cocktail- -, either 17, for a'l officer', t.icheri and scholars, to eiater Sjphio about joining the church, erett and tho Reliable Now England glastcs a specialty, ino kssi uranus oi mixou paints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, of pin or whisky, in little bittles, which are that n children' tnretlng be held in the the biby'd sound asleep, and mtnitna' ly Pianos, sewing wachlnn goods, nrg'.crs' goods, artists' good, chromos. fatnes, lumps, brushes, biofcs ol Tho Celebrated Olougli and Warren and picked In neat pasteboard cies, on which afternoon aud tint n specKl sermon to ing down with a headtche. Cin't we a ioousjuu ariicirs mr iuu ail Kinua. siauonery, be preached at night. Aud, nlno, thi thin ome way for the nko nrt printed tho onus of tho tonic," end pirente the John Church it Co. Organ;. dear grandmas, inallen aunts and tho smartest baby In the busluoss all at Aide di thai ia mee ing be btld on Monday night of harmony wltblo the party?" And white Rood appeliier. the word. 'A Please communicate with us Tor catalogues, term nd prices. gection. Trice 15 cent. Direction: Empty for prayer nnd to form plan for belter wiuged peace stole poftly into that room, Dr. M. L. Bourne's New IDruc Storo, a. It. & It. J. COOK, Sncilat Ag'ls, Stanford, Ky. and folding her snowy pinions, sat down on contente In a rUm, ndd a littlo piece of ice, works in the future. tstauiord, Ky. Or KOSK Q. IUCHAUD, For the Executive Com Jas F.Hudck, a ht.,ick a though she intended to slay " The New Yorker are etir and drink Inferences: A. It. Penny, Mrs. L M. CarpenCouuulvisioner'M Sulo ihero.until she hatohed out a Turkish aaid to be fiirly cjlninR money with thi Secretary and Visitor. ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and Jamea Beat-leStanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmos, Crab OrchBrooklyn Eagle. tonlo. Kentucky delegation in lounge. Of tbe present and Miss Llzz'.e IIuo"-maard; Gou. W. J. Lancaster, Ky. on tbe Forty. ninth Congress it i already A stranger In WheoIlnR went into a They Ret along fa'. In Dikota, and to either by tbemeelve or by "clrcum- - prove it a story ia told of a recently elected and found a lot of young fellowa play First National Dink of Stanford Ky., and others ing at a new Kami. A bit of paper was stancee over which they bad uo control," judge. He had been a sort of (tee lance in Yi. Trustees of Union College, Barbuurillltf. ly. Haleell, of tho Third; Robertson, of his profesalon, and had incurred the enmi Notice oi Silo fn Fqulty. fastened to the wall, etch plaver in turn that By Tlrtue ofa judjuipnt and order of sale of the wan blindfolded and turned about three the Fourth; Willis, of the Fifth; Wad ty of acertiln lawyer. Thl lawyer came Knox Circuit Court, rendered at ihe Beptember term thereof, 18SC, In the above styled ctuse, the QUID & time, and then trlod to walk up and touch worth, of the Ninth, and Wolford, of the before the judge Iho other day with an orMISSISSIPPI ii, W undersigned will, on tho paper Tha man who touched furth- E'eventb, will not ba returned to the Fif- dinary motion which should have been and Ootobor 25. 1888, Thediroct through linefrom old established route est from the paper wa to pay for tho tieth Congre; and it 1 not impossible Kranted in due course of law, But it wasn't. The stranger i lined the game, and that Stone, of tho First, and Tan I bee, of "Motion denied," yelled tbe judge. "But, drluks Ibtwren the hours of 10 o'clock, a. if. and 8 e door in Kirbcur-Tlll- Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii o'clock p. u , at tbe whui ho had jabbed at the paper nnd pull Tenth, tniy fall to Ret there In other your "honor " "Motion denied, I Bay." Ky., boing county court day, proceed to and all points in the West. to tbe highest bidder, tbe f'tur of tho eleven gentlemen "Your honor, one word, if you please." to Publlo Auction cd off the bandage, found that the other word', but following described property, viz. Union College, Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulivlllo to St. Louis il now representing the State in the lower "Not a word." "Your honor seems to have player, had fled. He couldn't eee the ' In BsrboursTl.lfi, Ky, Said property is a fine Three (S) Dally Trains from Cincinnati brick building, welt and subsuntllly built in to 8t, LoBls. thine a prejudice against me," "You're right, later, when he discovered that hta home of Congress hve a dead-aut- e modern style, and cost about KIght Thousand Only lo hours from Loulsrllle and Cincinnati of continuing in businr at the same old I have," said the judge. "I've been laying Dollars, hiving been erected In ISrtu. Bald proppicket had been picked. to Wt. Louis. erty will be Mid tu satlity a debt in faror ot tne Louisville Time. stand. and you nevrr varies. A marvil of purity, First Nat. Bank ot Stanlurd, Ky for SAOOO, with Tho Only Lino by whioh you caa Thlst powder for you for the past three year, strength and wholcraiacncii. More economlcsi Interest therrou at 6 The attempt to reduce Stone mountain per annum from ctnt. Chi- got n Through Slooping Car than the ordinary kinds, andorcan not bo solo February I, 1313. until paid. Also a debt In (nor Cooled Him Off. I heard that some don't get any motion in this Court." to the level of tho aurroundinx country by low test .ibon ofOreen El competllon with the multitude l.tt for JI.OTi, with interest from Ju-l- y Timen. From Cinclnatltb St. Louis. , weight alum or phosphate powders. SoMonly In SO, 1S until pld. Alsna debt in faror of W, means of Riant powder wee made a few body in thl crowd aaid I was a liar," blue cco na iloYAL Baking Pownica Co, cam. W. Bawyers for 8718.10, with interest from July line vanning lOfl Wall Stress. Mew York Are there any republicans in Tennessee? nfViCk davaneo. The mountain ie located elfjh- teted a Fourth Ward bully a ho approach. fir TUT litbeoalyfrom LoulsvlUe 13M.6U, with Interest XU.U W. OO AXJL. 15, 1833, until paid. Also, tbrouub from August 10, 1880, until paid, aud tbe cost and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being i..n n.ti.a frnm Atlanta. 3a.. and ia fiOO ed a knot of men be thought he knew. Aetranzer visiting the8tate at this time thereof. a question. Ye, there are This sals will be n ide on a made up of a combination of small roads. baa a circumference of flv "Which of you wa h?" might ask suoh Taausor Balk fe.t hish.a&d Gt credit of 6 and 12 montbi, in equal icitalltoenta. "It was me, I reckon," quietly remarked a few republicans still in Tennessee very miles. It is the Urfiest known bed of rock The purchaser will ba require! to give bond with Tho Ohio & Mississippi Railway runs Talatlal Bleeping Cars on night trains; Luxuriant Parstrapping stranger from up the creek, as still. Tbev ere saying little and doing approved avcurity lor tbe paymeut of the purin the world. A. 30 foot ihafl was ounk in a at my place on the chase money, to have lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coachaid effect of a I will sell whlnped off his coat and proceeded to less. In feet, thoy are not taklnK much in Hustonvllle at public auction turnpike, S inllei Judgment, bearing legaltbe lurce fro-- day of sale es on all trains. and Mlddleburg Interest tho mountain and two tona of Unt pow- he from the former plice, on retained upon said property until all Direct and close connections are made In UNION with alien In politics this fall. The August cyand fired. The mult roll up his sleeves. tereal ' der p'aced therein tha purchase money Is paid DEroTd with diverging lines by theO. A. M. "That' all right!" continued the Fourth clone made them tired, They do not care Hallway, thus arofdlDfc troblesooie transFriday, October 15th, 1SSO, No perceptable change was dlssppolntinc. Msster Com'r nox Circuit ' ourt. ISt Jt fers by other routes. "Keep an your clothe. I didn't to tackle & 35,000 democratic majority My In the centre of the great bed of rock was Warder. Tarm, containing 113 Acres, all In graai and Tbe Ohio 'A Mississippi Hallway is tbe only line IN TUB Dwelling new, well say I wasn't, did I between Louisville, Cincinnati and tit. Louts noticod, which they felt would grow to 40,000 in small grain and at tne Improved.everything liar- - Be door and WORLD hai srood cistern under one management, running ail Its ranged with a view to conyenlnc. Fencing good FOR A November. fKnoxville Tribune. eyer ileeu in life and attaintrains through solid and In consrquonca No man baa A distracted Ibiton spinster aakt: "Why and never falllne water. I will alto sail apslrof Is recognized rint-ClaKooU beEasiness Education. prominence or influence, who hae are beaux so scarce." They are not scarce. work mule. 3 boiKi. 1 a comblntd animal, coup-l- a ed any tween those Cities. In the event of the death of democratic ot milk Cows, mas riows acd t'boats, 100 Ewes, dally work. As a matter of fact, there are more beaux Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for bBeniatisBed with 8 houre ".Commercial GoiUsa "HXZ&LW' full particulars aa to rases, time, maps, circulars civil service reform which is now lyinu in llay. vorn,eic; rarminit iiupicmcun, iunuiu, Keiptr and G.ld Medal or all oth ColUgts. or any desired Information, or write to The career of the eucoful American ie now than there ever were. But they are a very critical condition ilia believed tho Mowing Machlos andol liu and und r ib: oyer ilSi.rl4ltl.lo,briuBorilo.k.ktepUnd Taaua; All sums UUBT. H. POKMAN, a credit of three montbi with Inter-ei- t of the triumph and achievement wild because they are Runted so much. that amount, a record Trav. Pass. Ag't O. A M. B'y, Boirerset. Ky. administration would cheerfully pay all exon good, negotiab'a note, for the p rs)nalty. W.B.BUATTUC. W. M. PEABOltV. ', UO. aaert. Iwludins: Tulilon. butioocir o4 Baud. of hard.unceasln. toll. The leader in cash for the firm; bilance In one and two Vs. Oeu. I'm. Act, Prw. and Oen'l Man'gr, rlllle. HS.TlPWrltU i4 V.ltrS .artal4 St-rLeo Thomas' tobicco barn in Scott penses without asking for a receipt. -- Do years with Interest. Fct men, Uf Nw. UrJ..u. Caclunatt, 0. this country hive never been t$h i- I'll COJTIA . UrewlMS jes.ia ioies W. 11. X.'.? l'it. UalnBtoa.Kjk 17,000 pinnd of tobacco. irolt Tribune. .ny Journal burned with and they never will $25 Reward ! hf er lEHANNUM,OAaH. FOB itore-rom- n !y For Itcnt Storo-f.ooa- i, og NEWCOJIB HOXSXi main-tatnlng- Xowji Iot JPor Qale 1 iltU '" 7-- al e Ague Cure I AVER'S TIMBER LUMBER, hc,.t.k'. lt Chi-cag- e, I icc-co- 'd or BHESIPEUEAJIII y Ore-fl- - A TRAIN iut: 112-l- PIANOS I sI-.- x sltdce-hamme- fellow-prisone- mul-tfpli- ed e, gu "Yorld-reuowiic- com-proml- m-in- pet-tie- IS post-offic- n, UNION TOLLEGE! 133-l- AKlH Monday. jok-unt- POWDEI Court-Hous- e, so Absolutely Pure. tr f FlTBIsIC SA1.E! n 5$&g& si Ono-ba- ri b.-Alb- J - ' XVSO-- tlx ' 'VHmiiumi ; ,. j... Simi-aSttW- g nten0r3onnial October 15, 18BB Stanford. Ky., W.J?. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET, For Oonsretif JAMES II. McOREARY. Of Madlion. Am official demand has been made upon the Chairman of the Democratic 8tate Central Committee to cjnvene the committco to take such steps as are necessary to settle the political muddle in the 3J, and that official has called a meeting at Frankfort, October 19, wfien it is hoped something The Tammany Hall democrats played a will be done to avert the calamity which sharp trick on the County Democracy in awaits that district in the selection of a rethe nomination of one of its members for publican Congressman. Mayor of New York the Hon. Abram. 8. The New York Sun has paid the charge Hewitt. Various efforts to combine the of $500 for embalming the body of General two factions had proved futile, but this piece of diplomacy settles the troubles and Grant and is now prepared to receive many unites the pirty, if Mr, Hewitt will accept times that amount in free advertising. Brer the nomination, as it is likely he will. It Dana occasionally gets left, as for instanco will be a pretty tight race between him and in the last presidential election, when it George, however, for tbe latter states his supported Ban Butler, the bolter, but it is principle, which prore him a better dem- usually a cold day when such an event occurs. ocrat than anybody. It will be rememberby a unanimous vote of ed that he is a candidate on the peThe tition, as ho states, of 60,000 workingmen. Grand Master Powderly by the Knights of Labor in cession at Richmond is a deserv TaEcheatnut bell nuisance has gotten sev ed compliment to the conservative and eral weakmindcd individuals in trouble. List capable management of that gentleman. week an idiot was fined $26 for ringing one The Knight) can never go very far wrong on the 8alvation Army in Kansas, and now if they will follow the leid and tho advice we learn that a doctor, who ought to have Mr. Powderly. was lodged in jail for letting of known better, The old tumble down building called by his go on a Methodist preacher atEienton, of Breathitt counGa., every time his prayers touched famil- courtesy the court-hous- e hymn was ty, was burned this week by a fire which iar grounds or an announced. We know a number of minic-te- rs originated in C. J. Little's store. None of who need the bell rung on them, but a the public documents were destroyed. A man with any sense of propriety or knowl- handsome brick building will now be erectedge cf good raising would select some ed. Little's loss was $8,000 with $1,000 inother time than when he is occupying a surance. pulpit in a house of God. The Supreme Court of the United States, which is in session after a long vacation, Oon friend, John Bosley, ot the Winchester Sun, advises the Danville IribuM haa 1,100 rases on its docket, some of man not to whip us, as he threatens, adding which will be there when Gabriel blows that if be tries it he won't get over it in the his horn for doomsday. next 60 years. There is no danger, dear The prohibitionists will hardly take RELIGIOUS. brother, tbe Giptain decs not want to fight Capt. Tnomas Toddy it. thern. His name Seven hundred christians have bero near as bad as he thinks he does, and as for is too suggestive. Bjsidei, Governor Ton-quius, we would not hurt "a crippled Federal is a good onough temperance man massacred and 30 village burned in soldier, as bidly crippled as if he had lost for them. The Kentucky Synod is in teuton at an arm or a leg upon the battlefield," es VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Richmond. Revs. A. S. Moffett and J. E pecially since ho appeals in plaintive tones "for courageous and chivalrous citizens of A mountain of solid glass has been Trlplett went up Tuwday. Kentucky to shield rather than to strike discovered in Yellowstone Park Country. The Methodist church at Clayton, Del, has just received a gift of a parsonage him." Wo had just as leif bit a sick wc Caruth's official majority u declared is man as a poor, pitiful person, who puts up 1,247 instead of 1,263 as it was at first giv- site from Secretary Bayard. We learn that Brother Barnes will reeuch a piteous appeal. en out. main at Lancaster tilf next Wednesday, The profits of tho Western Union TelThe republicans in convention at Km- when he will go to Richmond. Bellvilla named the Congressional winner egraph were $3,919,855, nearly two millions The magistrates by a majority of one leja than last year. in the 3J district in the parson of Dr. God Wm. L Msginnie, of Ohio, hai bean have decided to let Mr. Birncs uto tbe frey Hunter, unless by some good fortune Court-llou- se when he vislh Lexington Halecll or Rhea shall get his neck broken appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme again. beforo the election. It would be better for Court of Wyoming. The Rev. Dr. F. P. Cleveland, a cour-i- n Dr. W. B. Caldwell bought half of the both of them that a millstone were about of the President, is a prominent member their necks and that they were cast into the Alexander Hotel, Louisville, at auction, of the Rock River Methodist (J)nference sea than by their criminal stubbornness Monday, for $41,000. now in session at Evanston, III. GonTho assassination of they should give the district over to a reIt ia eaid that Rsv. W. P. Harvey zales, in an Interior town in Mexico, is republican. months ago invested $7,000 in buildported. No particulars are given. ing lots in Birmingham, Als,, and recently The appointment of General Corse to 1)3 The Standard Oil Company takes the -postmaster at Boston recalls that the mes- place of the Chess Carley Company ot Lou refused $20,000 for the same. Georetown sage "Hold the fort for I am coming" was Times. isville, Mr. Carley having retired. The meeting at the Christian church hr a addressed to him by General Cox, when he The 18th annual mcetingof the Wdman resulted in no confessions yet, but there hm was about to be overpowered by the Saffrage Association will be held in Tope-ka, been one addition by letter. Eld. G W. at AUstoona, Qx. Too hymn Kansa, Oct. 2528, inclusive. Yancey is a fine preacher and his (flprta writer, Bttsn, got hisj inspiration for that Col. George Baber, late a Louisville rallying song from the circumstance and editor, has been promoted to the Pension are sure to result in gocd to the church. Services will be continued till further noembalmed it forever in melody. Board of Appeals at a salary of $2,000. tice. Public Printer Benedict siya after disis understood that tbe chairman of The American Board of Foreign Misthis Congressional district, decided from charging 500 printers he is doing more sions feels itself "constrained to look with the returns that Joe Cohen was entitled to work than when they were on the pay- great apprehension upon certain tendencies of the doctrine of probation after death " tbe democratic nomination for member of rolls: The Railroad Gaulle estimates that The prospect that poor sinners may have the State Board of Equalizttion, but there has been no ofBsial declaration of the fact 114 miles of railroad were built since the another chance In the other world should that we haye seen. We therefore Join the last report, and that the construction this giye good men pleasure, instead of exciting year to date has been 3,788 miles, in their minds "great apprehension." But Adiocate in asking, why is it thae? It is stated that the Governor of New perhaps these reverend gentlemen are sym' Db.Chenaui.t has been deposed as Su- Hampshire will probably appoint Mr. pathizers with the old Scotch woman who perintendent of tho Lexington Asylum and Chandler, late Secretary of the Navy, to said: "These Universale believe all men Dr. Frmk H. Clark, first assistant at An- succeed Senator Pike, deceased. will be saved, but, as for us, we hope 'for chorage, has taken charge. Dr. Clark is Counterfeiters have succeeded in wide better thine." a surgeon of one of the Kentucky regi- Iy circulating epurious $10 silver certifi Rev. Joe A. Munaay at Burnside. ments and will be pleasantly remembered cates of tbe new series, bearing the portrait To tbe Editor of the Interior Journal. by those who vlsiteJ Crab Orchard during of the late Vice President Hendricks. Bornside, Oil. 12 -- I am here in a glothe encampment. Some University atudents at Chapel rious meeting. Since lat Sunday I have The Danville Advocate, which had been niu, a, v , ana a tot oi negroes got into a been preaching to immer.B3 congregations. the defeat of Mr. Ciruth, doea fight, in which one etudent was killed and The house is packed to its utmost capacity; not secui to have heard that its predictions others wounded. The negroes escaped. the vestibule is full and many stand in tbe do not entitle it to even the rank of an illeGuiseppa Angelo, seeing his wife talk yard to hear the goepel. God is greatly gitimate s)n of a prophet. C a ruth was not ing to a former lover named Henry Wolf, blessing us. Many are seeking silyation. defeased by a very great deal, but that pa- at Catskill, N. J., stole up behind Wolf and Over 50 came up for prayer last night. At per did not care to tell its readers so in its stabbed him to the heart with a stiletto. the close of tbe service last night 10 joined last issue. It is suggested that Haliell and Rhea tbe church by baptism and by letter. Bro. The real name of Senator Yuleo, of Flor- both retire from their candidacy for a J. R. James, the pastor whom I am aidlnr, ida, who died this week, was David Levi and that John W. Caldwell, a former is a dear, good man. His heart is in the and he was of Jewish extraction. He fell representative, be placed upon the track work. He is a fine preacher and has been in love with a Miis Wickliffe, of this State, instead, a successful pastor. Thank God for such and it wts only upon the condition that he The Senators chosen by the French a man. If the interest continues I think he would chango his distasteful name that she Corps Legislatif to represent the sister re will have scores to baptize. , would agre to marry him. Joe A. Monday. public at the unveiling of the Bartholdl S. At tbe clodo of tbe meeting I will P. The Knights of Labor paraded around statuto in New lork harbor have declined go to Louisville, and irom mere to StanRichmond, Vs., this week and mixed and to be present. ' -- The J. A. M. death of ex Senator Yulee, of ford. mingled with the colored brethren like On rainy mornings while in tho woods they were uteJ to it. Well, every man to Florida, leaves but four eurvivors of the We think, however, that Rich- Senate as It was constituted iu 1860. They the President has indulged in cribbage, his mond wa a nlf tottfinvnt to inaur- - .r Jffrnn DivN. R Xf T. Hunter. Lv- - Tr n,i , p.rt,ln 'Fr."nlt" will wnk" I Uti-l-u buk.uk ttulJt. un to ask Urover: "What's in the cnbV'i iua juuuiouii uinjoiiuuu (Jiiutron. rt; y n. es-eral Mod) ftra nlwajs cowardly nnd tbe writer taint hare had thorn in his mind when he wrote "Oae can whip a thousand and two can put ten thousand to flight." Taeiday night a dangerous look ing mob went to the Henry county jail and demanded two prisoners, charged with raps and murder, respectirelr, bat the jailer was not tbe kind of a man to go back on his oath and refuse to defend the men in his charge. On the contrary, he corered the masked crowd with a double-barreleehot-g- un and not a nun of them dared to attempt to enforce their demands. They saw determination written on the face of the jailer and regarding discretion the better part of valor they imitated the exam ple of the French gentleman, who marched his men up the hill and then marched them down again, and left swearing and shooting off their pistols in the air. d ed bouuut ui Gomorrah of wickedness, New Yotk, for an actress to advertiro the fact that she brinks the seventh commandment, though it be with a lord. Violet C.meron, nn English burlesque sctreshaa just found it out to her sorrow. For weeks it wao industriously printeJ that she had forsaken her legal husband for the "protection" of her manager, Lord Lonsdale, who, on tho little man protesting, bad him locked up in ja.il. Tbe husband, who seems to bo utterly oblivious of such a thing as a shotgun, sought to salye his wounded feelings with a damage suit for $100,000, while the wifo and the gay lord enjoyed themselves and laughed at his discomfiture Of course this created a desire in the minds of the prurient to behold the manner of woman who could be guilty of advertising her own liasons, and the Casino was crowded from pit to dome on the opening night, but since then a sea of dreaty, empty benches has greeted the eye of this brizsn and beautiful, but not talented woman. It is such business as this that brings the stage into disrepute and casts suspicion on the female members of a profession that ought to inculcate morals instead of advertising its de blue-bloode- It does but par uui iuul .uj801 formity. in office till January 1st. The country will be glad to know that Secretary Manning is able to resume work. Robbers broke Into the house of John L Taylor, near Mt. Olivet, Ky., and were .Mn nfThr a brave dtfente with a shot gun, but not bjfore they had fatally wounded the farmer, Meager reports are furnished of a calamity at Sabine, Texas, the town being submerged and sixty five lives known to be lost. A hotel was swept Into the bay, and all the inmates drowned. An attemnt to astatstnate one ot tne anarchists jurors was made last Friday night and repeated on the night following. The juror lives in a Chicago suburb and each time was attacked near his home. -J- udge Wallace, of the United Stales circuit court of the district of New York, has denied the motion for an injunction ro straining the collection of tax on national bank stock for 8tato and county purpc n The issue of the one dollar silver cer tificatesup to Monday since Oct. 1 he reached nearly $800,000, and would have been greater but for the fact that the Pricing Bureau was unable to exceed the amount. Allen Holly, of Bridgeport, Ala., ml ing for fiye weeks, was found hanging in f.ot h'gh. It the top of a tree eoventy-fiv- e he committed suicide one is suppoeed month ago, as his bedy was almcet devoured by buzzards. Mrs. Ella Williams, of Houston, Mo., was shot through the head and instanjly killed, Tuesday night, while lying asleep by the side of her husband. It Is su pproed that some jealous lover took this horrible method of revenge. A Charleston scientist has dovelopsJ the theory that the recent earthquakes have been caused by violent volcanic disturbances In that locality. The alleged volcanic section covers what are known as the Ctn-bridg- e lands, embracing an area of 10 miles square. The number of deserters from the U. S. Army the past fical year aggregate but 1,800 ogalnst 3,100 in 18S5, 3,600 in 1884 and about an equal number in the four or five preceding years. In time oi peace de:er-tio- n can only be punished by imprisonment, usually in the penitentiary. The remains of Chief Justice Chr?, which have been lying in a cemetiry at Washington since his death, were ex humed and brought to Cincinnati this week, where after imposing memorial they were finally deposit-- J in that beautiful city of the dead, Spring Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Grant hco received a check for $150,000, which makes a total of $3S0,0C0 thus far realized by her as her share of the profits of the General's memoirs. A remarkable edlticn is now being prepared, each set ot which will contain a page, or a part of a.page, of the original mnntm-rl- pt as written by Gen. Grant. ui -- st.uunted"lo rfnnlu A MONKEY ACTS AS WATCHMAN., An African llallroncl'i Apn Earns a Salary for lilt Crippled Master. Two yean ngo when I was in Bouth Africa for a Now iork Arm or exporters I woe Informed that eight miles up tho railroad, which runs from Capetown north, there was n trained apa which acted as a switchman and drew n regular salary for his master. Of courso I believed the story to be & canard, but felt that it was worth whllo investigating. I stopped at a llttlo station on tho railroad In Capo Colony and was directed to a small bwIUJi bouse, 200 yards up tho track from tho plaro whero tho train had o stopped Tho switch tender was sitting tho door in nn nnnehalr, nnd tty his side stood, or rather crouched, an onormotn Afri can ape, which was fully flvo feet high when erect. As the switch tender aroso to answer my inquiry I noticed that ho was annlfw. I aked htm w bother It was truo that his npo performed tho duties of switchman and was told to watch for live nilnuU-- and seo for myself. A fow minutes later the rumbling nolso of an approaching train wm heard. As the nolso Incnvjsfd tiio npo jumped from his crouching traltion nnd accoiniuiuled tho switchman to tho placo where tho whlto arm of tho switch stool thrown to tho left. At n signal from tho switchman tho npo Jumped forward, seized tho key. utUockcd the out-slds Children Cry FOR PITCHER'S Castoria Centaur Liniment Is tho most uromlorAil Faln-Gurtho world hns over known. or padlock which held tho Bwiteh In position, and grasping tho lover with his muscular arm throw it to tho right. The train dashed over tho switch to tliq sido track of the station, and in n second tho switch was thrown back into position, and tho no again took his pent by his master to w alt for f ur-tli- er EL C. I MERCHANT TA1XOR. hT rcctlTftl and still recslYlBf - RUPLEY, and I would not believe it unlets I had seen it. Tho man informed ma that he had lost ills arms in a railroad accident while em ployed by tho comjKuiy as a switch tender. During tho flvo years previous to tho ncci-deho had trained tho npo moru as a matter of recreation and to emp'oy his leisure tinio while stationed at that lonely outpost cf tba Capetown railway. The work of amusement turned him in good stead when ho wns nblo to satlfy th company that w ithout arms bo could as fully protect its interesta a when be was in josclon of thoso llnilw. For more than two years tho npo had performed tho duties of switchman, nnd had never mado n mistake. Mono than this, tho apt' was trained to feed his tiuutcr, as well as to dress nnd undress biiu, when necessary- - Omaha Dec. nt It woh certainly a wonderful jwrformance, order. New Goods for Spring and Summer, ComprUlflg tht beit la tht ntrkit, which will t Gotten Up in Style and Make Second to None In City or Country. Glye Me a Trial. w. h. JllUUrd l'Ujlntt of til? Demented. A party of friends of tho demented billiard-1s- t, Jooeph Dion, went to tho llloomhigdale asylum to seo him. Tby found him in the billiard room of that institution at play with Hartley Campbell, tbe insano dramatist These two patienU are doomed to die of progrc&dve softening of tho brain and, alike, their chief symptom physically U jiarwiis, or an Inability to control their motions. For instance, neither can now legibly write his nnmc. Thus hindered, their billiard play wrw nooewsarlly erratic. A match was proiiovxl and the irrational conUttuits nt onco Itcgan. Each was perfectly confident, and their wild talk, often branching off to utterly foreign subjects, was a steady necomxtniment of their shots. In health Campbell had been a reasonably good player, but now his efforts wens more awkward and futilo than thoso of n beginner. Curious intent.t centered in tho gomo of the onco cxK.-r- t Dion. It was strangely uneven. W n. McKlNNEV, Once in a while several ineoeiwivo nhots were JOHN BBIOUT, positively brilliant, and especially was this so when tbe xitlon of tho balls, striking hit mind at a glance, was iritantly comprehended and acted upon. If bo dalnycd nt all in deciding what enrroms to undertake, his mind lost all continuity of thought, nnd ho used his cuo in n dazl, ridiculous manner. Tho same jwulinrity wns olxcrved in his lack of complete control of nerves and muscle. If he mado a shot quickly ft was apt to bo sure and fctcody, but a delay resulted in utter confusion and failure. All through tho strango game Dion maintained tho most dignified demeanor, and was Kvmingly ironware that his play was not asgool an ever. Ho fnncicd pnrt of tuc timothat Campbell was soiiio noted billiard- 1st, now Vignaux, now Daly, and so on through tho wholo list of champions; ami onco ho declared that the match was for tho poe&cision of tho asylum, which ho liellovedto bo n royal jvilaco In Hjalii. Ho Is not expected to llvo more tliun a yonr. Cnnijitvll's timo is thought to bo still shorter. New York Star. Ciirrlngt-In Wusbliiglnn. I sco more varieties of carriage hero thnn in any city of tho globe, iwrluijisi Tho ia-tcpavomenta of the town nllow carryalls, chariots, henllcs, hansoms, bicycles, gigs, tandem tenuis, nnd what not. Tho great old rolling carringo called the laudau is not as often seen as formerly. Considerable private equlpngois in Washington. With all this show there Un fair democratic conservatism among tho now strangers. I heard rather a pretty story not long noif u major general of tho British army who came hero en n visit from India, nnd a prominent man, who was not in (loHtics, to whom tho strangor brought a letter, put him in his lino carriage and took him everywhere. Tho Englishman uald ono day: "I seo that toino of thio enrringes have drivers in livery suits while your's lias not." "No, sir," said tho man; "I never put my n driver in livery because I have a little in it. I am a speculator, and have niyumand downs, and it occurred to me tlint some day or other I might bo poor, nnd that my son might bavo to drive one of thoso carriages; and I think I would not Uko to sea. him In that kind of livery uniform." Tho Englishman, it is said, took his acquaintance warmly by tho liand and said that ho hnd been looking iu America, ever since ho landed in Ban Francisco for an American, but up to that timo ho had seen nothing but Englishmen In tho country. "UatU" in Cincinnati Enquirer. 4 supcr-fctitlo- auui DEALER IN- - TmWla? ITtWi JloW f Hardware, Farming Implements, Grroceries.Salt, Xiine, Cement, Elevatoivs, JPunipgj, Oiclei Mills, &c. la. WOMEN & MENEFEE, IMlrilD.llktna jf Farmmgrlmplementsjand Macliin ery, jBB!K lHBBaj p Ofc nt r wnc miigglesi -- ftassiageB $ Coul, JLumlierV NUIIHEYN,- Sprlng Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, Fcl, Grain, Wool, Necda, Etc It M'ROBERTS, Opora House Block, & STAGG, Stanford, Ky. Unuor Clear, i fore-telli- Con-gree- A Costly Orchid In Illoom. Vandi Lowl, the wonderful orchid which W. B. Kimball of this city purchased at the Morgan salo in' Now York, is now in full IIS XI3AX.13Xt bloom iu his orchid house in Bronson avenue. DriiRH, .IXiihIciiI Wall Paper, WIiicn. Mrs. Morgan inld f 12,600 for it in 'London. Chemicals, llookR, Instruemeuu, It will shortly loso its (lowers nnd those stationery, PalnlH, Pocfcct to seu it should do so soon, as it is tho SoapH. Cntlery, OIIh. Tobacco, first timo in America that this orchid has Perfnmory, Itainpg, Klacmn Firo Arms, flowered, and no ono can tell when it will Needle. do so again. This plant was in bloom but nnd Optical (Joodfl Depnrluicnt is Iu Charge- of Col Oar onco beforo In London, nnd then hnd but two Tliog. Jewelry, Sllromaro Ii'clinrua, who will Repair Watches and Clocks promptly and In tho beat spikes. This is tho most rcmarkablo plant of its kind known to ilorists. The first two style. flowers on each spiko aro yellow, while all tho others aro a dark maroon; but there aro thrco yellow llowcrs Instead of two on this, something before unheard of. There nre flvo TbB Best spikes, each about six feet long, with twenty-flv- o Waterproof llowers on each. Rochester Union. Coal, Call It "Ilrdlow's" Island. n.FI8nBIURDBI.lCXttll w.rrtnt! wtl.rrTMf, to4 will rifi jou dry In kv con, .n.i Ono of tho trustees of tho Bedlow estato it rrfci it titd.it ttonn. Tt ntw rouun. says that tho namo of tho island to bo mado raT.r. lb. .nllr. .uai. Iliw.r. ellmllttloBh non. f .num. wiidoui in. IIInilrH.4 Cl.lou. fre. A, J low.r, Helen, Li. BKiV DrtDd" famous by tho statuo of liberty should bo spelled Bedlow, not Bdloo. Ho quotes an article from Tho Magizino of American History iu support of his assertion. The writer of tho nrtido says that tho blunder has been perpetuated bocauso publio attention has novcr lecn called to it. Tho island takes its Eighteen Professors nnd Instructors. name from Ioano Bedlow, its first owner, who Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Englneerlng.GlassIcal, Normal School, died in lKC.-ChiHerald. Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. do-siri- wLIliKtK trtiU-niir- M401l TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY COUNTY APPOINTEES . cago ta-t- o. I1 THoCinrinni'' ':'Tn'.l'," pecsea ana $10,u0U over. T M C RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. T - . 1 , t, .... e - 7 Stmi-mefinitnGroun- hue (Jrand Lodge of Good Templars is in to its employes yesUru's. lucre and at Louisville this week with a good Col. AWx, Luik, the gteat &o , at attendance. New Rabins, Citroa, Currant, orator and statesman, was unanimously October 15, 1886 T. 11. Walton's Main and Soiremt ifa. Stanford, Ky chosea grand counsellor. We do not ksow Come sad tee our display of beating what salary attache to the office, but it Is a year. B. O. WALTON, - Iluelness Manager. stoves, It will py you Metcalf & Fo something Iiai than ter. 'i Edwards, Jed Jarrett Arrested.' Hugh My regular Fall opening will be on lbs 1. A V. Z.OCU. rV CARD. and Bud Croucher were arrested at MU 10, 20 and 21 of this month. Everybody Vernon, charged with murdering and rob .mm 1 B8 Mli Mat! train going North " .11 19 r.M. Invited. Mr. Kate Dudderar. blng Ellas S;aroy, blacksmith, an account Wlltu " 1 28 i.1 K. Bipiet strain" Bouth 2 18 A.M. of Mr and Mrs. of whose death is given lu our Paint Lick orb. Deatii entered the home The ajovs ti calculated on standard time. Hollf Adam W, Carpenter Monday nlcht and letter. It ia thought tbe men gave hlnj a ails about 90 ratnutet latUil claimed the youngest child, a bright 1'ttle poisoned glass of whisky, and took $30 he was known to have on bis person. Bearcy'e thing, one year old. LOCAL NOTICE. detd body was found lying outside of the The stable on Depot street has been saloon. Buy your SjIiooi Mooks from Penny A rented by Mr. John B. Cirpcnter from A. MoAlIster. UARRIAOES, W ATCnre and Jewelry repaired on ehor T. Kunnelley for a driving, training and sotlco and warranted by Penny A McAHs feed liable for tho balance of his lease. end MIsa Nancy Kller, Martin against the both of this county, were married on the A (vsmplkte atock of jewelry, latest Ali, persons having claims style, ltockfonl watchee a ipeclalty. Pen. estate of M. O Nevlus. deceased, are dl- - ltth. ' or A MoAllster. --Toe marrUge of Mr. John B. Foster to reeled to present them to me properly verOUR Drug Deparlnunt is complete, with admin-ietratopretty Miss Mary Kild ia announced to ocOoojU at prlcw aalow a the lowest. ified Immediately. J B Paxton, Pure cur at the Presbyterian church 0:t. 21, at Penny A McAlliter. Titu pav-tml- u ou the L. & N, brought wl hi sx R.-ct- At Lexington Court broke mules from 14 to 14i hands high brought from $60 to $76, 14J to 1 hand $75 to.$l00, 15 hands and over $110 to $140. About 25 mule colts wld from $10 to $75; 60 ewe sold al tho central yardaat $2.95 per head, 60horea brought from to $125, Sixteen thousand men hitherto engaged in the Chicago packing houses are on a atrlke, refusing to work longer than eight hours per day. The packers might hava known when Ihey acceeded to the demand for eight hour last spring that they could never return to ten without trouble. W. C. Ragcr, of Marion, sold William Dodd, of L'ncoln, a 3 year-j- td gelding for $200 and a 4 Tear-ol- d do to Lee, Hudson & (Jo. for $175. At John McElrov's sale 21 head of 1,100 pound steers sold at $44; 10 do. at $33,75; 13 do. 800 lb. $25 25; fat hogs $3 S3; sheep $2 to $3 50 per head and corn $1,61 at the hesp. Standard. $-1000-pound ,w'M"waMMMfcaMMHar V. lESw ALTO m Doalor In- - r. ,ixn ADTKBTISEXEnTB. PERSONAL. The McElroy Qleaners are preparing to give an ontertaiomant at the Opera House, for a benevolent object, under the direction of Mr. George H. Bruce and Mrs. II. J. McRobcrta. The wind blew with such velocity yesterday that it took off the lightning rod on one man's house, blew away the fence from the front of another and knocked out a big window in Judge Carson's house. 1.30 r. M Mn Jonn Bxuohman In dangerously ill with a kidney trouble. Mr. AMD Mrs. A. M. Fkxahd are in LouleTille for a few day. Mrs. W. B. Mabon, of Lancaster, ii Tialttng MIsa Itote Klcbardi. MkbBuwadx Brazlky haa changed her openioB to the 10, 20 and 21. Mitw Hannah Fair ha returned to Louliriile to resume her art studies, Mr. H. C BRiartT, of BpringQeld, Mo., has been tisltlnj Mre J. E. Farris. Mimes Kate WitEtuuT and Mamie Bplllman, of LtncwUr, are the guests of Mrs. W. M. Bogle Mn. D KLAMi back after a long Mr. Simon Straus, who bu been clerking for him. has returned to Louis- ill-se- The report of a collision on the Clncin nati Southern proved true. It occurred near South Fork trestle and wa occasioned by the engineer, William Qlenn, forgetting his orders. One engine and several csra were wrecked and Olenn, who leaped for life, when he aaw his mistake, waa so badly bruised that he can not recover, Lancaster Jeweler, will open a jewelry store in Stanford in the Walton room on Lancaster street, Nov. 1st, and will have his Grand Opening on Monday, November 1st and 2d of diamonds, , bisque and other brontes, with a large line of tousle boxes and ware, paintings. Be sure to call Nov. 1st and 2nd. The editor is feeling unusually proud this week "Why, baby at your house?" we hear the uninformed inquire. Not exactly, but a letter informs u that one has been added to the family of Mr. and Mr. I.N. Vaughan, at Richmond, Va, and that the little fellow has had his fate fettled by being named William Walton, in honor of his uncle. C. Thompson, the bric-a-brac- Mr. Casper C, Williams, a popular youog attorney, and Miss Sallto White For Catalogues addrcti head, a lovable youog lady of Ml. Vernon, J.S.STOLL, Ky , were married in this city last evenlne. Prealieot Board of Managers, Lexington, Ky. Tbe wedding was very quiet, only a few of FOB SALE, the intimate friends of the contracting parties being Invited. Among those present Protect your Eyes. Dr. R. Goldstein, were Mr. Clel Williams and Miss Cleo son of Dr. A. Goldstein, the ekillfiul opti- Williams, brother and sister of the groom. In Stanford, Ky. cian of Louisville, will arrive at the Port-ma- n The bridal couple hare taken rooma at the As Asilgceei. unJer a .l.t of tryst, ol B. T. House October 10th, and will remain Alexander Hotel. After a few daya in thie Mattlogly, tbe undersigned will G-OOlDj- S one week. If you are troubled with your city they will depirt for an extended trip Oa Monday, October 25, 1880, Courier-Journaeyes and need Spectacles adjusted to tbem, in the Etst. you oan avail yourself of this splendid opIn 8tanford, Ky., publicly offer lor sal the Mill he Ittanovil Flour KT.V?.ttT. we" kD0,ra portunity. Dr. Goldstein has been in the LAUD, 3T0CX AND CROP JMlll. It consists of about one acre ol ground, oa which Is erected, besides a largo and commodious profession for year and has a reputation Wanted. -- Bacon at T.R. Walton's. Elevator, anew SK itory brick building furnished a WATERS. for faithful and competent work. He snd November wheat is bringing 73 j cents with all tbe macbUerr and aapparatus neceuary to conduct an extenilre proa table busloesi " to give entire satisfaction. IncludlPg a modern and lmprored pump, worked in Chicago. ' by steam, for the purnoio 01 obtaining a supply of Tbe 57 blojded trotting horses sold at water from a never falling source. Tho location An cxcurolon to Louisvillo yesterday was Is about lOOvardalrom tbe depot at Stanford, on a grand success for the railroad company, Glenvlew averaged $1.8S5. the Knoxvllle Branch of tbe UAH. Kallroad. Original notwithstanding the storm at the time It 000. Correspondence J. E. A J. R Farris havo sold their solicited cost or property, J2S be agreed upon, and If terma cau will left. Tbe train started from Crab Orchard, fine young stallion, Gilt Edge, to Hiram R. sell prlTately, Title perfect. GcJEZ. Txaus.-One-tcasb; balance In equal In169 tickets were sold; 25 were sold Hiatt for $500, wbero stallments of 0, 12 and IS months. Six per cent interest. Personal security on first deferred payat May wood and 235 here. It waa composJamesA.Grinstead, tbe ,. J lltmiiLE, ment. Lien retained. ed of 11 cars, (i of which were fall when turfman, died at bis home in Fayette of a Jl. V. 8 A VFLKV, 'C-'- J Assignee. they left here, and as there were a dozen congestive chill. Goo. W. duller eold 100 barrels of stations to stop at, tits sale to say other that thejsm wni immense by tho time corn to Huckcr A Brewer at $1.40, deliver Lebanon was reached. el. Parksville News. i FOR SALE. Jones A Links, of London, eold Satur Mr. A. C, Sine, who Three Killed llaringdefrmlncd to wind up our partnership day to R. Pace, 105 good mountain sheep has just returned from Whitley tells us " uihujto porinoismp, we will OU that threo persons wore killed In that coun- nt 2 cents par pouud. Winchciter Sun. Saturday, October 16th, 188G, The Louisville cattle market U very ty last Sunday while chestnut hunting. They wero In separate parties and all were dull at 1 i to 4 40; hogs are fairly active at Oflsr for sale to thehlcheit blddtr allnf nnr Tl ery Outfit, consisting ol 10 bead of good Geldings, LOCAL MATTEL. killed in the asmo way by trees falling 3i to 4 40; tood sheep are In demand at 3 1 Stallion 4 years old, Welchmont by William weicu, maam by Aimont Jr.; 2 Drummer WagThe beat Feed Cutter is the Dexter. Try upon tbem, Luko Moore, father of the ho- to 3). ons or 3 Bplni Wagons, 1 Phaeton, 7 good The Glenvlew farm of G47 acres 8 uuBBi Hacks,kuuu i new, mo , wagons, one Metcalf A Foster. i at Williamsburg, Thomas Parks tel keeper sets olalngle Harness, S sets of light double Uarand a man whose name our informant miles from Louisville, eold at miction Tuea hus.okuoi z.norse wagon .Harness, all com Fresh cood- s- everything In the grocery could not learn, are the victims. This re- day to J. I. Csa and S. 11. Whe:Ier at pieie; z eaeieton wagons, a lot of Halters, Ac, a lot of old Corn In crib, 3M or 103 cuihels Bbelled llne-- st Water A Wearen'n. Oati, alotofShettOata and Hay, 2 Buggy Poles markable chain of fatal accidents ought (o $113.50. From reports to the Department of and a lot of LUcry Tools. fish end oysters, served In any teach that Sunday ia not the proper day Tbriis.' Credit of I months on necotlablo nolcs. Fresh Agriculture it is figured that the wheat payable In HustouTllle Bank, !th 8 per cent. in. for chestnut hunting. way and at any time at J. T. Harris'. " uiu uit. ji rums unuer sio, casn in crop of this year was 100,000,000 bushel City Lamps. A Councilman told us more than last, The corn crop is estimated band. Kopioperty remoTcd until terms are complied Hnmenml lot on Danville pike, a mile with, bale to commence at 8 o'clock. The Lexington Roller Mills Cream Flour, II R. Carpen yesterday that a motion had already been at 1,050,000,000 bushels. Thjse that are indebted to the firm will please from town, for rnle or rent. . "Will M. Waters, Salesman. iail arisl nat shI A.. madeheforo the body to discontinue the il . The leading packers of Chicago have 166.3t CAR PESTER Jb G1VEX8. were bought removeAn Irfint of Mr. Tom Jennlncs, of the use of tbe lamps, which combined against the eight-hou- r cently al a cost of nearly $600, but aa there bonda of $50,000 each aa at his home at Rowland, ment, and given L AN., died are three barrels of gasoline on hand, it a guarantee that they will etlck to their asro. 2917. Wednesday. waa deferred for action till they were used r agreement. his An ssslgnment for the benefit of up. When they are, the same councilman REPORT OF THE CONDITION Tom Moberly, of Richmond, purchascreditors was made by Mr. Benedict Spald- said, that he would wager that afterwards ed last week at tbe St. Louis Fair a held 07 TUB ing this week. they would never be. lighted again. The of six Berkshire hogs, five sows and a boar and handsome stock of fall goods way they are managed they are not a great A new for $750. They are imported atock and National Bank of Hustonville, -- DZALXS3 ia- ha just beeu received by S n, 8hank. deal better than nothing, but we protest took the premium at the fair, Call and examine them. against them being discarded as worthless J. O. Eran bought a lot of extra In the State of Kentuoky, at the oloso of Drugs, Books, Stationery and is given them. business Oct. 7. 1880. mare mule colla at $58 to $70. D. A F. I AM bsck from tbe cities with a large until at least a fair trial Fancy Articles. attended to and not allowed to Logan eold to Geo. Kratr, for Lshman A and complete line of fall good, cloak. Ao. Properly handled by overy negro boy, who can be Co , Baltimore, 32 head of cattle, averagbe RESOURCES. Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. Give me a call. D. Klass. 8)1,931 81 gotten tho cheapest, they would proye of ing 1,650 lbs., at 4 cts., leea $32 on the lot, Loans and discounts Also OTerdrafta 3,033 31 The Gore House, at Junction City, will very great good to the town. to be delivered before the 30th Inst. DanD. S. Bonds to secure Circulation. 20,009 00 give you a first class meal for 35 cents, 6)2 11 Due from approred reserve agents .. The total amount of clsltos allowed by ville Advocate. Call and try one with J. Mat Hansford. 6,815 39 At the Glenvlew sale of trotting slock Due from other National Banks the county court foots up $0,604 82, just The Largest Stock of WatoheB, Olooks, Due Irom fltate Banks and Bankers 1,615 C9 REMEMntR that on the 10, 20 and 21 of $1,200 more than last year, and over $2 200 Tuesday 42 head brought the extraordina-r- r Real Estate, Furniture and fixtures 1,500 00 Jewelry and Silverware sum of $122,035. Nutwood was purchas- Current expenses and taxes paid .....,.. his month I will have ray regular fall and more thin In 1831, ThIa alarming Increase 183 16 970 40 Ever bought to this market Pr!cs Lowor than winter opening. Be sure to attend it. Miss la said to bo due to the large amounts al ed by F. D. Stout, of Iowa, for $22,000; Checks and other cash Items. ... the Lowest, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Bc 421 CO Bills of other Banks " paired on short notice and Warranted. lowed for the maintenance of paupers out- by 8hullr, of New York, for $28,-00Besxlev. Snwade Specie 3,431 90 I while the others.ran from $300 to $10,-00tho heavy bills of notes 2,500 00 Yesterday would have furnished a aide of the Redemption fund with U. ti. Treasurer phyalclena who attend them and the excesgood pattern for a March exhibit. It rain15 per cent, of circulation) 900 00 sive amounts charged for teams and other ed, stormed and blew at Intervals end was HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY , Total 3123,902 7J itema in working dirt roads. One gentlea disagreeable day generally. man of experlenco tolls us that it would be Henry Austin died last Monday night, LIABILITIES. TnE Union College at Barbourvllle, ia to cheaper for tho county in the long-rt- in to Brent Barnett ia aeeklng a farm in tbia Capital Stock paid la (50,000 00 be aold on the 25th to satUfy debts amount- piko every mile of road in her borders than region, preparatory, it ia eaid, to getting a Surplus fund 4,000 00 The building and to continue to keep them up at tho pretcnt housekeeper. Peacock Is restless, but cheer- Undivided profits. 2,5:2 12 ing to less than $4,000. 18,000 00 grount'aare valued at $25,000. ruinous rate. Paupers outside of the homo ful and hopeful. Eb Kennedy started out National Bank cotes outttaodlug Individual Deposits subject to check 41,635 19 provided for them coat nioro than those at Wednesday to ascertain the financial con- Duo to other Natlonsl B.inks 4,003 42 e Is undergoing its anThe Ooiirt-H- o tho institution and the number of those dition of the county. Total 8153,9)2 73 nual repairs preparatory to circuit court, who apply to tho county judge for aid is Uriah Dunn has been confined by flick- - STATE OK KENTUCKY, J .. which convenea on tho 4th Monday. Mr. constantly Increasing, The county court nera eoyeral days. A little child of A. W. J . County of Lincoln, Richard Walter is the contrtcior. I, J, W. HocLcr, Cashier of tho above named should have stuck to its order (o dispense Carpenter wa buried Tuesday, Mrs. Al- Bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statement With leu (a very low, and being quite old ia not is true 10 tue best 01 my tnowieugo and belief. Written cards are no longer fashiona- it charity only at tho J. W. HOCKEIt, Cashier. ble. They oujht to bj printed or engraved the largely increased list of claims and expected to recover. A child of Mrs. SuSubscribed and sworn tn bckro ma this 12th day ia lingering in a hopoless con Of Oct., 188, U. P. PEACOCK, N. P. L. C. lobe an fait. Tho Indies mil therefore heavy eumn appropriated the promised re san Wright Cornet Attest: In mind that when Ihev want to be ac-- 1 duction in tbe county levy will not be dition from flux. J, W. Allen has b sen Vr, In that linn that this oftlrn lilrrwK Thw nrnsrmi-- ' In W I "III h .. UiftVWft. I iw..wu-iijaA4i- iy cicoued lunicul. E. t'OWKLL, 'jj Hick. in nerve tuwui. ready aim Mtu Vinaix Corriur, of Bradfords. tllle, who has been visiting MIsa Fannie Bwope, returned Wednesday, taking Mies Fannie with her. J. MOROAN 8tM3, who he been on a Tlslt to his mother since leaving the Masonic Home, left yesterday to attend a medical college in Tennessee, Dr. J. B. 8. Frijuib, of Kirkifllle, pissed down to Louisville Wednesday. lie seems to hare gained about 60 pounds in avoirdupois since we lot saw him. Mrs, Rour. 8 Lytlx nd Miss Cornle Cooper left yesterday, the former for her home in Kansas and the latter to spjnd the winter with reUtlrea In Clorerport, Ky. Mr. J. C. TiioxraON, the liberal Ltn cuter jeweler, has rented the Interior on Lanraater street Journal store-rooand will oio a fine line of jewelry, Ac. here Nor. 1 Mr J, W. IlAYUiN returned from Medicine Lodz. Ks., Tuesday. The story that be has sold out his store there is without foundation. He u well ploased snd will continue to run it. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dayis are here on a visil, eftrr r.n absence o! several yesrs in Kama. Jack is looking as natural as life, while his wife retains the marked beauty for which her family Ii noted, The creatrst of all Hire, the original and only Joe Mulhattoo, was here yesterday. Joe i nut very pretty and then again be is not very large, but what he lacks In bodily dimensions be makoi up in the magnitude of his wonderful Imagination. Mr. Humphrey Halloo left yester day with a view of locating in Kama. He is a steady, upright and industrious young man and Is just the kind we dislike to give up, but he Is satisfied that Horace (heeler's advice is tbe beat snd that in the West He fame and fortune Tl,l J ' Secretary Lamar will marry a Macon, Ga , lady in November. Tbe lady is a widow and before her marriage the waa courted by her prospective husband. We Mod bsppy greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorne Hill, who were made one at Frankfort yesterday. Mr. Hill ia tbe bright end brainy managing editor of the Louisville Commercial and his bride, who was Mies Lillian Sawyier, lain every way worthy of him. ' A curiona marriage ceremony took place recently in Nuernberg, Germany, tbe armless artiste bride being the Fraulein Hausmann. She weddtd her Im presario, Herr Ilauschild, and signed her marriage contract with her feet. RInga were exchanged, and the wedding ring of the bride was placed on the fourth toe of her right foot. Gen, Joe Rbinebeck and Princess Lu-la pair of midgets, were married at a mureum in New York Tuesday. The bride is a chubby little blonde o(19, 27 inches high, perfectly formed, bright and intelligent. Gen. Rhinebsck is 21 years old and waa born of German parents in Buffalo. His weight is 45 pounds. He towers 36 inches in the air without hia well-know- n a, high-heeled For Sale aa Bargain. K, Agent for J.B.AIIord. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, t I offer lor nls privately la Btanford, a very dMlrabla resilience with MTen rooms and porch-Wel- l of water at the door; stable, smoke bou-e- , Ac. About ao aero of ground In the lot. For terms, dc., apply to Ml. G. ACFOJID, 6S TINT-TAR- E, JESSE J. THOMPSON, THE T0NS0ML ARTIST. 165-l- tn -- tUMTiagand Hair Cuttlog done In the ltlm style. Ladle aod Children glren varileular it- icuuuB. SALE OF- sU GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, Confections, Tobaccos3 Jersey Cattle The Jersey Breeders' Association will hold their first uln it Truer A U'lttin'i .(!.' la Lexington, Ky., oa Semt-Ann- Thursday, October 21, 1886, Conilitlogof Ohcad ol female representatives of ineir nerui; St. Lamberts, St. Heliori, Signals, Comm&ssis, Gilderoyi, And other leadlog itrslos represented. Oigar3 COB. MAIN & SOMERSET STS. STAxVJFOKB, patent-leathe- rs. Scilo KI. Splendid Mill Property l. OOOD :F3Li;it prices SI. V. WEAKEN. guar-rntee- WATERS&WEAREN Q 03E33t S - blrd well-kno- wn lit very $ table Outfit - I. a . Kaney, representative, Is universally oomilar. WATERS & WEAKEN. ten-hou- my & WMMm PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. 0; poor-hous- 0. Legal-tend- Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. i, poor-hous- e. hr Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. jnirj B Stanford. 1, r- i- rtntim mr'rt ainhagi- -i Y ROBERTSON ivnuinsr STREET;, &i?ist ni BEost Megan Dress . a KINNAIRD J 3D.isr"riiJxJE 8is eve se- -- - We Predict for this Fall the Heaviest Trade that Our House has ever Experienced, And in anticipation of this fact, wo have purchased tbo Stoeb f By His&layefl bio. la afeI Seatnoky, der tho control of a skillful and competent fitter and ycu can havo your gloves fitted in tho atoro, thus avoiding all miefite, and this in tho only way to get a perfect fitting kid glovo. "Wo can not mention in this apace ono half tho attractions wo httvo to offer. Conio to seo us nml reduce your expenses by getting your supplies of us. ROBERTSON & KINNAIRD, Dauvillo, Ky. H We have with great care selected a striped, plaid and plain Velvets from tho stylo for this Fall aud Winter. rangements whereby wo can furnish stock of 8eal Skin Clonks at much lower fig82 to 610 n yard. These goods aro Clonics. ures than any city retail houso will Oooils especially handsome. Silk Plushes of Our Cloak Room is simply stocked offor them. That far surpasses any stock that wo every shade. have heretofore shown, embracing everything that is new and desirable. Wo have a large lino of imported in nov-eltios With a closo fitting dress theso Gloves of tho best and moat popular vasts nro indispensible. Wo havo manufacture This department ia un- Study your fashion plates, acquaint yourselves with the ladiest with tho latest and most fashionablo nowesvis- Cloaks, Short Wraps and Jackets. Wo have bestowed unusual euro in tho lection of these garmeuts and feel that and most. fashionable fabrics, then this department that aro it ourstoro and you will find display- strikingly handsome; stripes and plain ed upon our counters just what the we have a stock from which any one fabrioa in every known coloring; leading Fashion Journals describe as can bo suited. Wo have- made ar ftnir-SHtAIfiSnterior thom in whito, red and Lluo. No la dy who regards comfort should bo without them. Wo also carry a vory Another nowly introduced nrticlo largo lino of wool and merino Underwear for ladies, men and children in Bhown by us is worthy of your attenwhito and red. tion. Wo refer to tho now stylo La Another long folt want has been dies' Under Shirts very soft, clastic mot by us in tho establishment of our Kid Glovo Department. Wo havo and perfect fitting. No harshness, no added largoly to this branch of our wrinkles, warm, light aud comforla- - trado and now havo a full Hue of Kid II W u ti uu ua a Mil JL4! lltr A lAl n VMAal uu- buii t. WA luuit DIt, W, 33. PENNY, Nothing indicates the character of a pleasant role to fill in history. A the ;K?oWo Vohe DENTIST, ,,? cause of thedovtrfa'l of the human rice community better than its newspapers, piniit1 Htanront, -- s XCcmtuolcy. jrnenvpsp-- r mirrors life immedl they haye never been thoroughly popular. ODDS AND EADS. In time. Kidney diseases may be prevented ntely around it and talks about what its Bjteyen if we have uo ritaon to reerenca by purifying, renewing, and Invigorate When a man buya n porous plaster be readers are thinking. The Cincinnati pi- greatly our first pareots, there is no ground bio bargain. pers are undiubtcly tbe lowest toccl in for ridiculing them. A burin qie comio the blood with Aycr's Sarsaparllla. "When, Keserilly sticks to through debility, tho netlon of tho kidneys To kill mole) an Illinois farmer puts this country. Any stranger reading them opera in PitU approaches the verge of sac Is perverted, these organs rob tho blood of gtrtckuine in pieced of liver the elzs of a would be led irresistibly into the belief that rilego with so much atidicitv that the reid its needed constituent, albumen, which it he 'earns that Attita hickory nut, placing the pieces at different nil politics, all ntibitc lire ami public ser er holds his ureith paed on (u tbe urine, while worn out vice in Cincinnati and the State was crimi- and Ere are the cantril fij'irci tnd struts poiolain their runs. imttcr, which they sbouU carry off from t)Dt on LoncMter itrwt, reit dim the blood, is allowed to remain. By the should like to box your eire," (aid the nal and and an organized conspiracy for about thestae inilnh oloreJ ti'nn This Jodrwal oOce. OOco liouri ftora lo lo 12 a. 8 tup of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys v.and 1 toB r. m. AnrithellcsadmlnliUrM wber Cdlcno girl to an audacious Detrolter, theft. Erery public mai, every active po- tendency of the drama to ridicule aub(cts nro restored to proper action, aud Albu.l """wr. litical leader in the Sato has been ho cov which are s.cred to the minds of million 88(1 than added flcliely, ''if I could S.Hll) V1jTT, r.OWIHVILLE. ered with the filth of slander and inlnus is growing more and more prououncrd. A minuria, or find & box big enough." W. II. atlLLEU. liHO .8. CArtPKSTEn. Tho crank shaft of the steamer City of tion that no lines of restraint remains and sacrilegious comic opera produced in New Kama la said to be the larctin the world. no man's reputation is safe if he enters pol- York not lone aso received from the "rit KEffTfJCKV B weUfeio- - shint sixty-thrton. It wss itics Tne yery people of Cincinnati have ics detervrd rebuke and has finally collups Is prevented. seen this sort of thing railtrtied so often, ed. It is very eisy to make fun of b.bical Aycr's Sarsaparllla alo mail of fluid co" Pressed steel "illltL'.OniHH ISauitV prevent inflammation or the kidneys, and 0 have been so poiioced by the foul metheds topic, but the fun i o ch"P thai it U at , In NV.w York 1 1'00 hor-- e hide and STAU-OUDMCOI.X CO , KT. Shortest and Quiekwt Roato from 0jr j other disorders of these organs. 3Irs. Jas. aheap skins aru now ued yeirly tflftcor-e"- r of the newspapers in tlelr scramble for pit mo t always unattractive. tral Kentucky to all PoinU North, W. Weld, Forest Hill ., Jamaica Tlahi, Office. South Bid Maly Hirwl.orsr First liisslulla. A hor bids covers twelve ronage that they have c me in believe it, Last, Wet and Southwwt. Ntlon- Mass., writes: "I havo bad a complicaineimgrauH ol whi-ttaid beer allUnk. aud a successful public mn is looked upon Kail I.to Ktwn dc?o and a sheep ck.n thiee dtzsn. Fsrtot. leciuJInjj some of lb flaett tion of diseases, but my grcuteU trouble ic certain seciiuns ot New Y irk, pub A littlo New York L'irl committed eif -- only as a much shrewdrr and more capa- Imbed by has been with my kidneys. Four bottles and IlesldoncM.,nJ:",ri1 k'ntuedy. Town Uu M2XIXGTO.V at UI.VI.2VAT). the Graphic, on which the drink Timber and Mlneril Unds ,Qr isle on romuilnion. of Ayer's Sarsaparllla mado me feel liko cide because her outlier rebuked her fcr ble than the rcsra'a and rcoundrels about icg saloons are repreen'ed by big black PfhrJule In ECrcl May IS, Ul. VI,ih"' ''""f"1;" wn for rrlntcl dwrlp-llo- o a new penon; ai well and strong ns i neglecting ber piano practice. Consider-Hi- e him This rmthod of corrupting political of section and of propsrllt. far sale. dots, reminds tbe observer of a c so c f ron Koi t7 No.i e er." W. 31. McDonald, ia Summer t.. sentiment bn hail iilliencs upon the so ftict; cruel mother; happy nHhbois. fluent small pir, po thickly do they rnn Boston, Mass., had been troubled for i cars was saved during tbb ciUsys'eui, and a scaudsl or led bit of A playwright's life tneelhrr. Towe are Rome b'ocks shown ot with Kidney Complaint. By tha uo of J CO pti Belfast riots beciuie he had the manutcripl gossip, such as no nev.rnper in Louisville Ayei's Sarsaparllla, he not only which no msn livuig can mike the circuit, M .u of a play in his brea't pocket. It waa such would publish except when it had been S3 p m takin: a rqnaro drink in eac'i grngery, 4 14 p ra a dull play thtU the ball did not set put thrust upon public attention and could not "lalnlnn....iiJi0niu - li- nil:. fi 10 ia And and rech his e'aring point alive he ignored, is looked up in as the cream ol Lt. l'.ri. the first act. tho disease from asuinlng n fatal form, .1iJ.?!w!? "PWISW the controlling powr of New York poli Tne bravest are not always the tender ntws. The publications that the authori13. II. BURNSIDE, but was restored to perfect John - WashinH-to- n tics rests in theie very Iatu ? 11 PIT " IJBfUlnr ". ,.? a poet einije. Tnere ia the red ties ba7e suppressed for indecency are not McLcllan, cor. IJrldgc and Third t eel, m SUnlord OOoSm Critic Lowell, Mass., writes : "For several years gime rooster, for instano; he will fight a worse than those left. Here is an adver This Old and Woll - Known Lre. Klrbuond.. 3 00 p ia , The Iter. Dr. Lorimer, the rll known I suffered from DjsprpMa aud Kidney Arr. JVrM S 21 1 rn bird double hiasiz, but he cuts up tough tisement from the Enquirer: Hotol Still Maintains MTtOj.tnn., Complaint, tho latter bclnij so severe at 'U).... Wanted A young man of means from Baptist clergyman, tell thi "try en himin ft Koputation, times that I could scarcely attend to my NoBTn-BocTramp Please help mi; I am a Charles- the East desires to make the acquaintance self: "Wnen in London, a few weeks ego, AND Be. 1 No. 11 j; 1 work. I visited a market, and asked the name of nvjcli Mynppttlto was poor, and I was ton sufferer. Old gentleman Ab, indeed; of & young ladj; must be large, well-foremaciated ; but by mlng flRrv.0tSr U Doteralnod that LTa.!j,ns,lani SCO a eufltrer by that awful earthquakil What ed and attractive, blonde in style and be a peculiarly uly lih that lav on tbe coun Second to no im' " III or u . Hotel in the State in itnCoantrr . t did you lose? Tramp I lost a bet how tween 18 and 30 years. No professionals ter. 'We call them Bipiisfa,' replied tbe Paro, ArrJUchmond .. UiW ml Appointment!, or Atten ?' need answer. German preferred. Address, dealer. 'BiptiaM' I njoineJ; 'why many ofcocks there waa. Life. Lt. KowUdU, 7 20 m in " Lancuur . tion to uomfort of II ini.... 'Because,' he answered, 'tbey go to "My dear children," said Deacon Buc-raj- r, etc. Arr. Richmond their Onettt. H W ft w This advertisement for a mistress goes the bid so soon after they come out of tbe .! I.T. lllrhinn... addressing the cholar, "caa you tell 1 10 pm; 01 a is,, into the advertising columns, and could not water.'" Arr. Wlnchetr... 2 10 pru' ma why you came to Sunday school?" Arr J? I 20 pm I (0 m , actommodatlnBi ".r ww anWa tun rafslera. The liar will 19 " 'Cause our pas would wallup us if we be more plainly expressed or tbe business It will soon Happen that when the head my appetite t.t Lre. Islington ..., like preferences of the advertiser more bru of and digestion Improved, and ""SZ' the huuse goes te the fimily Rible to p in S 20 mi s 10 lax didn't," promptly responded a email J my health has been perfectly restored." tally set forth if be wanted a carriage horse find consolation for i flltcliou be will exvicars P SMam 4 " (ynthl.n.... scholar. . Life. lalmouih p.n 10 01 m S 17pm Sold by all Druggists. between 10 and 17 hands high, dark bay is pa Arr. CoTlmiton claim: "D'g gone it, Miria, what'd all The general belief that home is a lonely preferred. Trice 91 ; 'Six bottlc3, $3. Louisville Times. tliir?"' And then the daughter of the bouse plaoe without a mother we reckon is why WATVII.I.B UIAlVcTi: Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aj er & Co., Lowrll hold will admit that the first tdllion of au The Hatch as a Chroma. young women so many newly-marrUTST, Mass., U. S. A. Tir "Watches are cheap, dead down, low," tumn leaves bai gore to press. to be mother. If there's anythicg wuj i Ei. auo.fKr. hun. killing ro a woman it's being nlcne and a&dlysiid a bgj)welry 'dealer to a ( Mail Louisville & Nashville R. R, Lre COTlngton.... A cilf was killed in Z onvil.'e, one .... ..... 2 00 p tc " tzln;ton ..... and Express reporter. ''The supply is great morning, the skin was at the tannery by not having anything to la'.k to. J W a m 4 33 pm tub uac.tr Parts ..." IA a tula 20 Spies, tne Anarchist, eajs he wants no er thai the demand. Tbe little Eepublic noon, waa tanned nod turned over to a pa ArrMllW.bTr'ir.V a w: 0 " Carlisle......., plc and hopre his lawyer) will not ap- ofSwilztrland ia nothing bnt n watch man- shoemaker that c7b'iing, aud by the uext THROUGH THUNK nerf, Jrthninn "- - MayiTin",r.rr": f nMiUObptit peal his cace. Spies is a true Auiruhitt, ufactory. Minufacturiea have sprung up morning was 10 30 a m 7 made into a pair of boots O n 70 Til It worth 7 of ths order's bet traditions. He in the United States wherever a stream which were worn by !., man who owned oTaT No75r bOCtll-Itot'is evldtutly afraid that his centence will be was found strong enough to turn a wheel. Dally the calf that had worn '.he skin the day should be your crowning glory. Aycr'j Kt. Sun. I.i. baa commued toiuipriean ent for life at hard What is the result? Watches are given be'ore. Hair Vigor will restore tho vitality nnd Lre Myirllie.. . -- WITH a Ma UlilJMpio colur of jouth to hair that has becomo away like chromos. Tne market is glut " Jobniiu Ubic. jr w i P Ducken's Arnica Salve " larlUIn thin and faded ; and, whero tho glands are . Pullman Palace Sloopers. ..' t UinliMpi, ted with cheap timepieces, Oace upon a " Mlll.nbu., .. gl'ht average silary of a curate of tbe E -The bci 1 8a.ro lu the world lor CuU. Brultes not decayed or absoibcd, will cause a new l a mi 2 so pro Arr INitI' .. 8 Us m 3 IS n ru tabllshed Courch of England ranges from time watchei were made of genuine silver Sores, Bait Rbcuui, Fever Borei, Tetter, Chapped " UxtH(,n.. .'.'.'.'. growth on bald heads. ,9, Njw llucdi, CUllblalni, Corns and sllBkln Eruptions, "I OlOpia " CiTlnaton ... ' 60 to 30 psr annum. Tout is barely a and gold, end made to run and last, M a in .1 no n m tl)0 J0UtIlful color and vigor to.VimiMlllc, every metal ii uied to mike a timepiece, and posUlrely cures Pllei, or no par required, I, MAX Of Ihe hair lin nrnnrvn.l tn nl.l dolUr a day. 8uca u euu as this is obviWoiiinhl., up Imita li guuantced to give perfect laltifictton, or money nee? Head the following, from Mrs. G. Atlanta, ously lasufficie neither for the clothing or from commoo reftindod. Price 23 conu per box. For ealo br lions, too, of g)ld and silver watchos are rcoay A Me.Vllitar. Norton, Sonicrvllle, 3Iass. : " I Lave Montgomery. oducittun of his often numerous fVuiily, Ayrr'a Ilnlr Vigor for tho past 30 years; lAlllc XtocU, Iluntfngion, CarJe.ton, wVvi. a'jaut a etato of thin. which hard to dates; b? the general run of peo aud bricks An Old Citizen Speaks anJa.,'rTc.i: nnd, although I am upwards of CO, ruy MoIlI(Hii(l Ron Orleans. pie, and keep jmt as good time, lnitead rsudecs him utterly dependent oa public Mr. J. M. Korrli, au oil tttlna of Koiuo, Oa. hair Is as abundant and glossy y of paying $125 for a gold witch, you cn njs that he had been biJlr troubled with Kid-.nas u charity. Wnen It is reaiemtered that the when I was 23." Only one clvoge to )oluH In buy one for $60 or $70 just as good. The Complaint fjr a great iuiny jtitM and with of Cauterbarry and York AichbUhopj assured, that a trial of Aycr's old price ire no mora. Tne more simple Eczema for three year; at times could scarcely .OXj yjSor will convince you ofHair draw taUxiee of $SO,000 and $G0,000iespec-tlvelwalk, and had tried many remedies without benlu tbe interior of a watch becomes, tbe cheappowers. Jlrs. 31. E. GolT, Loadvllle, Col., and that the average pay of a efit, before he began feaklog Electilo Bitters and f tb. tonUr,!i!rnr,"""r, "" n writes: "Two years ago, my hajr having Bisiop amounts to 835,000, there is small er the price. Somo watches go right along anointing bis hands with Buckleu'i Arnica Salve, -I'.A.rCELEV "'riS.!.01".15' with ope or two wheels out, and are This treatment afforded blm great relief and be aimost cnurciy laiien out, I commenced Tr"T' '"" 4JStnt. "'"eV ground for surprise at tbe efforts which are Beeklng liomot on the lino of this rosd will recoWc the uso of Aycr's Hair Vigor. A real first clos strongly recommends Electrlo Blttors to all who cheaper. y my special rates. twins; made by a strong party in Parlia ssrsco Agents of this Company lor ram, routw hair Is 29 Inches long, fine, strong, and gold watch is still worth up in tbe hun- suffer with Kidney Complaints jor noed a Blood naUracj. Cotliikjioi), Ky. JPurlfior. Bold by Penny A McAlliter. ac, or write nitsnt to bring about a reorganization, if not healthy." dreds. I am speaking of the common C. P. AfMOItE, 0. 1'wAT.A., the iliseiUblishment of tbe State Cauci of Most Excellent. j)uullle, Ky watch as worn by the masses. Years ago, E.tW-- d. of J.J. when I first went into tbe business, I never Wrllf.1- - Atklni, Chiefanil Police, Knoxrllle, Tonn., 1i.naflnl.-lj- i. 'IXfv fanillv r ah I .ra Aycr's tho hair regains BEi kino the Deadlock. "Angelina, dreimed that watches would ba bought like most excolknt medicine,' Dr. King's New DIscot- - youthfulHair Vigor, vitality. Rev. H. Its color and a . t.. I art I en V. P. , ' cried a Tenth-stree- t youth to potatoes, by tbe birrel, lo order to distrib- - ery for Coniamptlon; baring .found It to bo all 1 1 ye you! Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklenyou doc't admit me to ute to customers." you claim for It, desire to testify to Us vir t ll I -jsr lo his Lest girl. "If burg Co., N. C, writos: "I havo used York Mall and that NME PAPJB. t..l. ..I t.l r - iTL ,,f .. ,M tue, iiy rriends to wuom I naro recommended It "! your auctions I'll bolt." Express. Avert Hair Vigor for the last ten years. pralas It at erery opportunity." Dr. King's Hew ihe Best Newspaper in America, "Well, George, there are no contesting It is an excellent preservative." DUcoicry and by far tha Most Readable. ForsalebyUr.M.UEOmiNE. Stanford. la the Tenneeseo cinrass Alt' Taylor Coughs, for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure " and the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Geo. Colds, epeabsfor the Blair bill nod Bib speaks ery affection of Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup and erAgents wanted everywhere to earn A. Dadman, "Waterloo, 3Io., had what?'' "No the Throat, Chest and Lungi. Trie reriilally rtcoraaicnj bis hair restored to its original healthy money in distributing tho Sun's Pre' No rpposiiioc; liavetA had a bid for against it like a good democrat. After the al Bottles Fred at Penny 4 McAtliter'a Drug Store. T" nars.i t553,'D " u Largt slie. tU to i c.Uct. iatterhad osaied epsakiag in Fayelteville, condition. He was nearly bald, and very miums. AHP.ruiMa d.i u luonti'." Your caucus with tbe old folks m airuuit. IIow U your blosdT Use Green's 8iruparllls. Wt, an, tin ...rr cj gray, ne writes: Only four bottles t I: conducted, and 1 guess I'll the other afternoon, the Udlei of the town For site by The most interesting and advantauiKlMnutufuiUa. wh ingaUrly Mcltobsris A Utagg at 81. the Vigor were required to restore my presented him with a fiddie of white roses, QbcruiCiialialCs. Allt JU LUk, have to admit you. Pat ays where there geous offors over rrrado by any New3-papo- r. hair to Its youthful color and quantity." Use Green Cough Baltam for coughs and colds. t. frith tfleie word attached lo the back lludioo.ff, y. k Clnalnaitl.ipB are mi ooniwls it is aiways oesi to eaye a nalrVlgorcurcsdU-WOA"Price 60c, For sale by MclloberU A Stagg. TTqTTUrrt " "When w"men aspire in politics Sol4 by Dm; l,u. split by admitting the resularly elecled eases of tho scaln. r. u f No Subscriber ignored or neglected. they are r r"c HI, op. Green's Hlectrlc Oil iii celegAle: i win expeci you, oi course,- children'sheld b,up iaweimriiinii but o'er our For site by McKoberU cures allataches and pains. Foster, Princeton, Ind., writes: "I had Something for all. A Stagg 60c. c's a, want no Federal an p EDirtM ak. been troubled for years with a dlscaso of to vote u a unit on all questions, and reUoanHful antlBuhatantlal rromiuma In perTlsion," Blesd the women of Tennes Qreca's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at thoscaln; my head was covered with dnn- membec I am the bass of tbe party." Btandard Gold and othorWatehos.Valuablo -., eel They are democrats to the core, and 80c,atMcKobrtat8tagg's. draff, nnd tbo hair dry and harsh. Ayer'a RTAVtrnnr. vv Minoeapolia Tribune. the Dost Family Sowing Machine JJjjI- they are poeto, too. N, Y. 6uo. igor rave mo Imn,,..!!.,,- - mtus " B"'M. wo door. known to tho trado, and anunequaUd Hot cleaned tho scalp, and rendered tho hair A couple of weeks ago, a sharper played FarsMllroas Oztds Qss admlnlstersd -- hen a. of objocta of real utility and inotructlon. Maxwell, tbe condemned murderer, who soft and pliable." quirw. all the young and oU ladies about Fair is a wailing execution in St. Louis, Is aiid "Whon Bahy waa alck, we jjaro her Caatorla, lttes, by Mail, Postpaid: mouth ior suckers who wanted to look pretlo hare bjcome completely unnerred, and AVhen alio waa a Child, alio tAILY, per Year (without Sunday) $6 00 cried for Caatorla, ty. He sold them a liquid for beautifying DAILY, per MonttHwlthout Sunday) When ahe beaarna ias, she clang to Castoria, SO making then appear to show la erery morement his rtl'AMr'dltb. kv, their tsmplexioo and SUNDAY, per Year PKrKEI BV 00 lie rolls and tosei all night, talks When she had Children, she gare them Castor, W. p. WALTOiy, budding rosse, and now they all are and start as FOR EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR 7 00 Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., LoweU, Maj Proprietor in bis sleep, and is said to be j., V. S. A, WEEKLY, per Year . . wearing Telle on account of bliattred faces haunted by a rUion of the murdered Pol-. 00 ForsflobyallDrugghts. -- ddrtu, THE STJJf, New TorU City. r. from tke effects of Hie poisonous lotion. VK.--.- lonrnal The Cincinnati Assignation Organ I mi A 11 M V Be Warned - 'I IwT-aio- 1181-lyr- Brighfs Disease ee Miller &Carpontor, LB. 10,-00- KEAL ESTATE AGENTS Wu-On- or -- ISO-'-'- Bocru-Boow- , I Prevented MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. HT. Propr iiigu its 1 S, I pet-pie- . Bjp-tisU- A YES'S , Sarsaparllla .. -- ""'". 5Pl 'Mid' -- !!'.! " ai-pi- re JL&N. HoaTU-Boua- P, Your Hair V i LLJ SOUTH & WEST t 4? every-day.br- ws rl er y, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS "f To-da- nfe fl RENEWED If rS'of PMKYRinr?.!Li '. t'i-in.- '"" M -N- fcl-- 4 a dtjU-gat- rvy ..... ... VI 4f Infl 0 etn ?' lok, HUUGEON Sri"ih!.,l-- DEWTrorn -- dis-trai- Ayer's Hair Vigor, ... OF23KA HOUSE . H . 1 isz C........ -- i caPfcj"y.Jncludln nllory, 0.