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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886101901 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. Semi Hemli VOL. XIV. Women Who Lore Champagne " uletio GARRARD nt IP 3w mtfti K JJLVE ! vt STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1886. Told el Mr. Lincoln. COUNTY DEPARTMENT. NO. 169. H. K. TAYLOR, . l'nbllthea Tttc.iitautnnii FrUlnva -AT Sa XB. ANNUMi CAHH. ex- understood If we credit th.tU.50 will bo pected and demanded. The Latest HoTclties of tho Season. caampacna party and they were excUed not Interfere with tho court marshal of the of Bryan'sville, were interred in the Alio Kollon-- , tush & Handkerchiefs. Collars with wine" Wlm eome one naked her if army. You will destroy all diroiplioe Lir.ca.st'-- ccme'iy Thursday. and Cutfi. Ituchlnr. Corsets. Uustloi. rtc. Yn.i thn vacated by she reepected the young man for indulging amongst your soldiers " JohnO Carlisle en the Blair Bill. torc-!3ooi- tt ThoGitrrird Cdinty Tvacbera' A2o-tlo- n Wov T&ent willAfind me nt next roouulolatelyMyers Houe. Smiley Watrcn, door tb. Tho day after tho reception of the telein such IhbalonUn politeness she ald: In niy JuJcmont, It I a nmure not KAXR VVOItUIIAIt. rutai Autioch church Saturday and Hi STANFORD. IheConMimtlon nf the United When I think of it now gram an old man wis eeen by a Congress "No, not at all. was addressed by General W.J. Lindram. Tho llyden I hate nn utter (HfC'iet for him. I did not man crying all alone iu a corner of iho A 'magnificent dinner was furnished. tbo Its I in Stanford, SIMM, ar.d would, K adopted, revolution, White House's antu-rooIn location an I arrangement. Apply to wbi'ing with n ize the Ions eatabllshed educational policy give him the slipper. It came off occidental-lyThe first letter bearing a special deliv?r. a. WKitCii, MT. VEENON, KY. or when the illly' fellow1 ee'zjd it, filled it hundred others, to see the Prosident ' ol our people, and ultimately ery siamp w.is received Thursday evening, 103 4t StanforJ, Ky. "What's the mattir with you, old mat?" aJdicfsrd to Rev. Georao O. Ihrccs. eerloualjr Injure, our common with champagne ruid drank to my health,'' t leant n It This old and Hotel la Hill mainWaahiti(o.i women are, a a rule, ex. asked tho kinJhearted representative The was delivered in double quick timo by the school ajAta. Tjo oduci'Ioti of the young taining Its flna reputation. Charge, reasonable Iiiucoln Circuit Court. story of his son, n Spoclal attention to tho tarallag public , ceodingly fond of champa.ne and it rocs old man told him the nt tho publlo expcnie, like all tuattcM di'ptity posttniPter, C. D. Peacock. W. W. Johnson .V'ir-nrJ7. Jennie Johnston. On petition. to the prmvtlnn of tro moral without paying that considerable chnui-piu- ne soldier in the Army cf Virginia, and sen Anderson Kennedy, Josh Ray, John fit. Vernon, Ky, roop'o and n mutt harn been drunk before tbo tenced to be shot. The Congressman took Smith and Harrison Brown, all colored, Tin petitioners haro this day filed their the i.ectirttroI health and In tha Clork's ofJco ol slid Court. ajLtn? that Kiod order offOcifly.inro'THthiiwe cl co' company became ho impulsively chivalflc the old man lnt'i the President's room. were caught by Marshal James Hamilton, eald Jenntc Johnston bo empowered to use, enjoy, rI?own X.o& I friend, what can I do for Sunday, playing poker in a corn field near soil and coaroy for her owu benelH any property "Well, ciy-o'-d police power, which, tinder our ejatem of & to wake pamlb'e the Incident mentionhe may own or acquire, free fioui the debts or Asrepreeentatlroof Me. W.H, Anderson. Icffer exchmivoly to the ed. Lit tern from Saratoga represent socle you to il)?'' asked the President, town, They were Jailed and will have their claim, of ber husband, to make contracts, auo and for tale privately KOwnnient, belong bla neat brick houso and lot of be .utd as a tlnglo woman, trade In her own name The nged father told his story. twoserc.onBomcr.flt Avenuo in Stanford. Tho eratBUtM and loc- -l comraunllles That ty women in central, and Washington of examining trinl to day. and dUpoao of her property by will or deed. l now ordered tbnt notlco of tald action be place has all tho necessary lmproTtmenta and Is nothing for It "I am sorry to siy I can do fail set in pirlirular, as havpower was not delegated In whole or In tho Bto. Barnes will cloe his mcoting hcie publlsbod in tbe Interior Journal, a newspaper jery desirable one. Call on or address me at Stan-lor-a in re.ird to it. you," answered tho President In the most Tufsday evening. Ho will go to Paint published In Stanford, Ky.. lor ton days. no ing a high olj lime the piat bith put to lli General Government, and lG2.lt JA31U3 r. IIAILUI, P. SI. TJcROItERTa. IM-t- f rUtuftmn be found In tho Constitution br nluht and by day. Tfiey were to bo mournful tones. Clerk Lincoln Circuit Court, Lick for one week, thenco to Richmond. . found at tbo "Listen to the telegram which I receivod His audience hore Sunday money, rico traak, ttakln which would authorize Hi exercise by afternoon ond & It l wed by all eideM, nnd haa boxei of RloTe and other cully fjtfits on yesterday from tho General " evening were the largest seen in the CourtThe old man's grief as he listened was house rince bis revival four years ago. WHOLESALE Govern the. results of the day' racM with aa much been from the bfRinnlnt:, that the dele-Ratreckleunrsi a tiny man with a million n too heartrending for tho merciful President. Col. J G Craddock.of the Paris lme ment ol the United Btntei U one of TIMBER, & Sailing a pen he exclaimed: only. nd It N plainly written year would dlipUy. Oialmo'tauy ntht in power Jumtuciian, la In town to hoar Brn. Barsee, 22 TVoat Gwan Street, "By jingo, General or uo General, here Capt.and Mrp. E. W. that "the powers g ai mny au 19 Uditu could be In the Constitution Lillard are cb.m-picn- a goes!" and wrote: BUFFALO, N. Y. not dtle,a.tHl lo the United 8tte by the seen eatlui; supper mid drisklng the former's parents at Liwrenccbunr. IS WARRANTED to cure Fever and at the old John M?rrijeey club prohibited br It to the Job Smith is not to bs shot until further Miss Bertie Collier is visiting Mrs. M. P. Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fcyer, Uonetl'tittnu nor Illghtatcash price paM for White Ash, Black Fovcr, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Aah, Bed Blrcn. Clusrry, Poplar, Butternut, . AnttaiiAM Lincoln, Btttrn are reserved to the 8ltea rexcl houie, On could n!.nd in the doorway orders from me. Robinson, at D.iuvillo. Miss Mamia Spill Dengue (or "llrcak-bone- " Fever), Liver Chestnut, Oak, Maple, Hickory, Walnut, QuarComplaint, and The power and rro a croird of mea (ambliug hnd 30 or or to tha peip!e. "Why, I thought It was to bs a pardot?" man is a guest of Miss Kate Wherritt. Malarial poisons. all diseases arising from tered White and l:cdOakand Bycanioro. leelf. I" ex mere nomen etin and dtinklne.Of course cried the old man, as be read the words. Mrs. II. A. Stitt, of Mtllersburs, is a guest Fedirtl purpvea a. c. Southern Arent, ffixxa, to tax for "Harpers, S. C, July 0, 1884. to thrre women win not tery nflned, though "Bat you say, 'Not to be shot until fnrlher of Mrs. Morris Emds. Mrr. Hill, of Glas 183-1 nreeily srsjitud, ail the piwjr Stanford, Ky. "For eighteen montlis suf-crc-d apprnprWte for -- uch purpow U npnlly they slopped nt the bft hotel i. They were orders,' and you may order him to be shot gow, is visiting her daughter, Miss Bailie a set of women who dote on yacht and next week." with Chills and Fever, Hill, at the College. Mr, R. II. Tomllnson clear, but In what part of the having Chills every other day. raORT HEWS & HISSI5SI??! VALLEY, and hone racet and play poker at n"bl in their dtJlUifrmerproncetl tbo unlimited "Well, my old friend," said Mr. Lincoln, has retnrnsd from an extonsive Western Winbinton Letter to IbeSiran smiling at the njed father's fears, "I see trip. Mr. Jo Ejibry and family, of Madand uitkc rooms. dftcr trying various remedies THH dancrr.ua powr r !o Imnow used a recommended yon are not very well acquainted with me ison, were in town Suuday. Miss Honey-wo- od for SUte purpoee7 I can nab News appropriation Lottie of dyer's Ague Cure, and In vain IhrouRh Losers ot Montr. If your son liyes until I order him to be Hoffman returned from a visit to not God II; I" GHESIPEME&JHIQ ROUTE have never since had chill. through - Winchceter Saturday. ' Pardon hip. sir. but did you drop a shot he will live longer than ever Methustthe insoaof the Cinttltuttnn iWr, DWIJf HARPER." twenty-dolla- r gold ploei?'' asked a man leh did." the proredl"e and debate In the contenKeutnclf.') ISontu East He Hadn't Cheek Enough. TBErAItED BY The old man departed invoking a bleedframed It, and ilia Hiatc con?en wilh an earnest look on his face, and a memtion that FOB There was once a time when Senatcr Pr. J. C. Aycr & Co., lowcU, Mass. ing upon the head of the good President. paorandum bcok in bii bond, of a well dresstton that idcptW It, and throueh the Washington, rhiladolphla and .Vcst,o( Misiouri, said grace beforo meat, Sold by all Druggists. Now York. per of Madleon.jtml Jar, and Hemllton, ed indiyiduil. Hewitt vs. Goorge. and once during the time he stopped at a Tho only Hoe running "advocated It before, the addressed ran his hand nerThe man end clhcra who The Hon. Abram S. Hewitt having ac- house notorious for i'.s bad table. When en MACK BKUCE'S vously into various pockets and replied the people, and new I call upon the ccntlo-mcepted the Tammany nomination for major Mr. Vest (he wasn't n Senatcr then), sat PULLMAN NEW HLBGP1XU CARS xltence of euch a who affirm Iho .no possiNew York, the New York World thus down to of "Well, now, I declanl Cm it be tho spread almost inaugurated Buggy & Implement House. ea', Wp hare a ble that I was so careless as to drop that comparea him with Henry George, the a coup d' etat in the stomach, but It vras turner to point It out to ui. SOLID yaou rlKht to eee It before wo tote 79.000,000 coin. Yep, it's gone. I mutt have lost it workingmen's candidate: la yiew of Mr. that or nothing, and he bigan. I hare now Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky, Federal Trewury, to l expend right hero, near where we aro standing," Henry George's visionary land schemes, out of the "Ahem I" coughed the lady, with fifty to Washington (Jity, A Full Lino of Wheat Drills and ed in cxeculini: the common school laws The man opened his Eie'iw.ruha book, Mr, Hewitt could tcarccly say, with the ceuti-- i meal piety resting on her face. Connecting In tbs same depot with othor Agricultural Implements, bossiof the eerenlStatee "Abea.!, Mr. Vest, dou'i you ask a blest- Fast Trains for Now York. took a etnb of a lead prncil from his vest quiet man who put down the ancient Inordertoprttilhe Ptilenci ol such pocket and said politoly. Besides a er, ' All that this men promises I have The Direct Eoute to Lynchburg, Danrllle, Kortolk and all Virginia authority it I not sufficient to show men ' responded the gentleman, with you fsvor me whh your name and done." But he may justly claim to have "Ma'aa? "Will Fall Line ol Buggies and Wagons tnd Korth Carolina Polnta. ly that an eil exlMs which Ihe States fall ddrrt?" benefited workingraen, while Mr. George a look iu hi fac4 like an interrogation For ticket, and further apply to my Im- your nearest tlckotofflce or information, W. Moa Always on had. In connection with address W. or re'uw to removc,,or that an object can They were given and the questioner has only written or lalkud about benefiting point eufiering from sea sickness. plement business, I will alto carry a roe, General Agent, Loxloton, Ky. separate be accomplUbei which the Stales MV.O. WICKIIA3X, K, W. FDI.X.E8, "Doa'i you always ask the Lord to bleea star'ed on, when the well dressed man them. Complete Stock of Lumber, Vd Vice PrejWvnt, The two candidates afford perfect types Gea'l Paw'r Ag't. !y are unable to eecurc, but it tauit be cried: the food before you est ii?" LeuIariUe, Kr. of the theorists and the practical men of that the power to raise and appro, shown "Hi, thent Where's the monej? Give "No, ma'am, not always," und he looked Both roujb and JrcJseJ. 'Prices 6n ererythlng ti the world. Mr. George hn written bcoVs priate revenue fer that particular purport, me my gold piece? over toe table. "1 suppose the Lord could Low us nuy one. about things while Mr. Hewitt has been door for some g&neral purporo which fairly d "Ob, I didn't Sod any money. I took a bless this if be wanttd to, but I'll be I solicit a shire of your patrona.c, Respectfully, ing them. Mr. George has told bis sympaincluded that one. notion this morning thai in a city liko this, if I've got check enough to ask him 112-- 1 rr JT. JI. IlltVCK. In the finl eectloi of the bill It is ex where thousands and thousands of dollars thy for the workers, while Mr. Hewitt has to do it." Concort Grand, shown his. Mr. George has tried to Invent preuly provided that "no money shall be are handled Parlor Grand, trttj hour, there must be ways in which government can help men TnEUNiiEUABLE8E.v. Gus De Smith tub thereof, un. paid toaRtaf, or any ffir Baby Grand, great losses, and started out to investigate "The youni ladies of the present day are til the LijLWtUM of the State shall, by tic matter. Between here and the river I while Mr. Hewitt has helped them to help Upright Grand, good. They csn't be relied on." tbemelvei In that bsst of all ways by no blllor re'olutloo, accept the provision of have found seven men who ha7e lost Square Grand. Koscui'ko Murphy "What makca you FROM WUEi.CZ giving them steady work at liberal wage. this ac," and, comeqojntly, every State gold pieces, and I expect to run No Traveler Itcturiis Sick! We are opening the moat carofully selccteJ, the of the philosophizad about "Prog-re- s think sc?" Mr. George has which proposes lo avll lteU finest and best stock of tbo list up to two hundred before I reach Gin -- "I am oaajed to three young and Poverty." Mr. Hewitt has prog thti bill, If it should be the City Hall. In thcaa tlzht times each buyci should consult and they all flirt with other men PIANOS Afll ORGANS abto-lu- te ressed from poverty to property by the ladle, bis own Interests. Why should you site one mer- come law, inmtfirrt relinquish the chant 60o for an article when you can buy tbe Ever brought to this city. Ercry Instrument is Siftfngs naturj-tb- at of The Last Stjry Told. road ordained by God aud control It now ha over ItJ own comaamo thing irotn another ior ioc To do this is not the prido of an artist and price, range from 10 to youraoirorramuy, A party of gentlemen at a Birmingham honest, indefatigable effort. Tte mi'lion and a half added to the justice tonext place, you should be sure to got good 25 percent, lower than olother dealers ask Ior tha mon school system and subjoct It lu the In tbe musical and art culture aamo goods. Persons Mr. George means well. Mr. Haffilt not ravenue of Missouri by high iicenss dur- - articles. Poor goodt are dear at any price. Nosuporvllon, If not ihe actual domination, hotel weie telllug stories one night recentthe beautiful, where 1. this woro so than In Medicines. You are lnrltcd to an Inspection of designs ol theso celerehned tone ami artist ly of famous shots and hit miay quails only means well, but does well. It will Ing tbe year 18S0 was money contributed might as well pay SOc an ouaco lor u dust as fo v , of the United Hiaiesauinoriii". brated instruments: Inert medlclnts. . .. . eflectlvo scheme for the immediate demor pirlridges, ducks and oilier birds bad been not take intelligent American workingmen in the cuibe of temperance, as is shown bv PournehaaJustrccolTcdhls large atocxoi d Knabc, tho Faof our killed at a single dischaige. Alter listen- long to decide which will inata the better tbe marked decroae in tbenumbsr of saEiery article fresh from the Tho kind. aliiatlon and ultimate deiirnctlon tt manufacturers, lie now Lu the nicest and cheapmous Decker & Sou, the Poimlar 6t. Louis Republican. educational system could poulbly be de ing to what seemed a willful exaggeration practical chief executive officer of the bus. loons.est selection of fancy gaods, show case articles, Ac, and tho Iloilablo New England celebra tod Lniuire'a Spectaclea and oyo Ao. The by different narrators, a elranfcer )? ho was inecs concerns of this great city. l'd.every a specialty. The best uranus Pianos, John W. Denhsm, of Pulseki, has been glasies erory can warranted. Splendid oi inixou In 8tte In the Union, and Jewelry, paints present voluntcerol his experience of bis Wnen Mr C A. Miraball.of Wythyille, appointed store keepiirnd Ranger which are now sewing tnschlue goods, anglers' goods, artists' The Oelebrated Olongh and Warren and ly In tho Soulhem States, o( (be fatal double baireled gun only lire i.rmli plirnmni. flumes, lambs, brushes. bJoki ol Va , who has been sojourning for the Iat tho John Ohurch tc Oo. Organs, making most Rrntifylng and extraordinary as follow: all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for the Bucklen's Arnica Salve months in the Big Horn country, dear grandmas, inaucn aunts uu me smaricst three in providing educational f.clUties . pra-ireFUate coumunlcato rAtii na for catalogues, term I went into the field one day to try gunThe belt SaWa In tho world tor Cuts Bruise. by In the business ail nt took ths train for home in the Old Domin nd price. Sores, Salt Rheuiu. Forcr Sores, Tetter, Chapped for thechlldroo of both race, antagonism' ning. The only game discovered was an H. 11. I.. J. COOS, Special Ag'ls, M, L. Boumo's New JDrus Store, Dr. was accoaipanled by his famoUB Uands, Chilblains, Coma aud allBkln Eruptions, btanford, Ky, will bo provoked, rlva'rlca and dWonaiom Immense (look of blackbirds. I should say ion he Stanford, Ky. Or HOSE K. ItlCHAP.I), animal weighs and posltlrely cure Piles, or no pay required. I, Malte e cat, Driver This engpndered, aud the present will bs there were 10,000 in the Mock. Slowly I rtefcrencts: A. It. Pouny, Mrs. E. M. Carpen is n marvel is guaranteed to glre perfect satisfaction, or money ter, J. M. Philips, J. ii. iloore and Jame Beat-leand eHrective administration ol crawled up to them, and when not more about twenty five pounds and Wnlo Coiiiiul'saioMer' refunded. Prico 23 cents per box. For sale by Stan.'ora; Sin. Mstfgle lirJmea. Crab Orch-arAt the Big Horn ranch, Penny A MoAUater. tholr common school syitems will ba sue than four rods away the biids rose in a ollntelliifence. Cen. W. J. I4uulrasa nnd Miss Lizzie -- OFwas o 133lyr conllic-where Mr. Marshall was sojurnlntr, it Lancat.r, Ky. ceeded by foctlonsl quarrels, ra-solid roasj. I fired both barrels, and how Interesting Experiences. ! Driver's regular evening duty to go after intrigues. Uader the multi- many do you think killed?" and rnrtlsan I Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, and drive up the cow. There were twelve farious and exacting provisions of this bill Ga., tells his experience thus: "For tbrco year. Pint rj.llnnil RinVnf SlanlorJ. Kr. . and others Different guiwes were made by the par- of these . ..r. Trustees ot union college, aroaurnie -- y. cowi and Driver was never known, haro trtod ercry remedy on thn market (or Stomts. many causes of compliant, or, at least, pre ty, ranging from twenty to one hundred. Notice ol rialo In tqully. ippnt on one occasion, to leave one of ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, untoita for complaint, cn easily be found on By a judgment and order of talo cf the "Not one," said the etrangtr, "but I went The occasion referred to is til I used Klcctrlo Bitters. Tvok Are bottle, and Knox vliluo ofCourt, rendsred at h ecptmber Circuit renunt of alleged Illegal discriminations out with my brother to look for results, and them hehind. am now cured, and think Electric IBItter. the best term thereof, 1SS0, tn tbe aboro atylcd cause, tbe QHiQ & very good illustration of the sagacity of lifllSJiSSIPP! !!, Blo)d Purifier la the world." Major A. B. Rccd, undersigned will, on in raising or dieburfiog tho school fuude. wo picked up four bushels of legs. I had a the Maltese. afJorded by the local Liberty, Ky, used Eloctrlo Bitter, for an of Woit or in the fcllltiei shot a little under." 25, 1886, The direct through line and old established routs He found one of the best cows in tho old .tending Kidney affection and aaya: "Noth. laws and regulations for the education of from New Ha This was the last story told. bunch so badly crippled that she could not lug baa erer done me o much tgood a. Eloctrlc Ratwren the hours of 10 o'clock, A. W. and 3 tho two clan of children, and the selfish a on News. as poa liliim.' Bold at SO cent, a bottle by Penny & o'clock p. m,. , at theCourt-Hous- Mm.v, .1 door In Barbour- Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii .... . n.nn..jl (A get home. Driver drove her as far ...t. and all point in the West. partisan and political adventurer will have, McAlister. posn to Publlo Auctiou to the highest bidder, the Be me reople imagine that the railroads, ilble and then, leaving, ber hurried the othopportunities lo foment discord following dwctlbedproperty, via. Union Collegt, Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulsvlllo to Bt. Louis. abundant A Captain's Fortunate Discover. binki aud great manufactories of this ers home on the lope. Arriving at the corin b.rboursslile, Ky, eald property ta a fine Three (8) Dally Trains from Cincinnati and strife among the people who are uow Cspt. Coleman, aenr. Weymouth, plying between brick bulldlnz. well and rubatantllly built in to8KLe.li. supporting country are owned by large capitalists. It ral he impatiently waited until the calves Eight Thousand style, living together in peace and N.Y., bad boen troubled with modern having and coat about I8S1). fluid prop- Only 10 hour from alrvllle and Cincinnati been erected In railroad were turned with the cows, when he select Atlantic Cltr and Dollars, to tit. Louis. to aleep, and waa erty will be sold to wtlsly a debt In favor ot the schools by eqial taxa- is n mistake. The Pennsylvania cougb sa that ho was unable their own common cow and a which employs 19,000 persons, Is owned y ed th one belonging to the ab-eBank ol -- tanfurd, Ky., for S.'.OOO, with Tho Only Lino by which you can First Nat. induced to try Dr. King. Haw uiscorery ior tion on their own property. ctnt. per annum from got a Thraufcr. eieoping car about 20,000 shareholders, the vast majori It no, only gtTo him Inttant relief, inkrutttinvnn itaiirr triel on the back track with it. He was February 1, ISO, uutll pall. Aieo a debt in favor do not for a moment question me sin I owning curiously followed and was seen to take the but allayed tbo extreme aorenosa In his breaat. ntiinun i'ii..tt fur 3I.G11. with lnturbtt from Ju good faith of the ty of whom are little capitalists, From Clnclnatl to St. Louts. of W. a a cerlty or impeicb the Here he sealed Ills children ware similarly aflected and .Ingle ly 80, 18SI until paid.10,Also dolit lu furor July with Interest from Sawyers for 71S. enlightened .and chailtable from one to five shares each. Many of calf straight to its mother. happy effect. Dr. Klng'a New W. 1883, uutll paid. Also. N11.8U, with interest rnt,doss had tho great body of JlrTUf 1. the only line running 15, are widows, orphans and aged people, himself on his haunches and benignly pur- Dlscorery la now the .tandard remedy In the from August 10, 188, until paid, and tbe cost X HO VA CO OL through trom Louisville women who are giving thetr sup these y men and and Cincinnati to St. LccK all other routes belnj for whom honest workiagnen, now in their red while the strickened mother suckled Coleman household and on board the schooner. thereof. oy 8aik. Tbla sale will be ir.de on a inado up of a combination of small roads. port to this measure, but in my opinion its provision by years of her offspring. He then drovo the calf back Free Trial Bottles of thla Standard Remedy at credilofd aud 12 montba, In equal lLataJliuetita. graves, made their .dnmlnn would be the moat fatal blow The purchaser will bo require 1 10 clro bond with Tho Ohio A Mlaslolppl Railway ran. Palatial denial, N. Y, to tho corral, and doubtless enjoyed a tran Penny A McAUster'a Drug Store. Bleeping Cars on aLjkt twins; Luxuriant Parapproved security Ut tbe paymem of the purinflicted upon the cause of close living and self that could be -- Cheyenne Barsaparllla. chase money, to have the lorce ard effect of a lor Car. on day Uasoa.; JClegant Day Coaah-How Is your bloodr Vto Green's qnll and unkroken night's res'. Ledrer. on all trains. education In this country. Tne dispensaJudgment, larlug Itgal Intimt fro.u day of sale For tale by McKoberU & Stasg at St. Leader. eeyeral with a lieu wtaluod upon atd property until all Direct and close are made In OKIO- -t Jim Wtbiter, a hinMookiog colored tion of annual largesses among the money it paid DStH)Td with dlTereing Una by theO. A M. colds. the rurchass Use Grren Cough IIk Knew 'Eat. Phrenologist (to fellow Price 50c. For .ala Balsam for cough, and General Govirnment would man, was brought before a justice in Austin Hallway, thas avoiding troblesome trans-fer- s States by the by McKoberts A SUgg. Master Com'r nux Circuit ourt. t by routes. right in Inevitably tend to destroy that spirit of in- for stealing some money from the bouse of tiaMen.er) Excuse ine, but am I The Ohio &. IilMtailpr4 Hallway la tbe only lino IKTnB, without which Colonel Jones, one of ihe most respectable taking you for a professional mac? between Louisville, UmJimII and St. Louis dependence and t WORLD under one managemegt, running all lis Yes, sir. r FO&A citizens Said the Judge, very impressive no people haye ever yet achieved greatn trains through so!- !- acftl in eonteqnence It's not ofien "When Baby wa siok, wo gave bar CaatorU, iar.oognlrtd riraClasi Bo&ta bePbrenoloKlst Thanks. 'Bnslnesi ly, to Jim: rtDon't you know that no good or success In any enterprise. tween thcaa Cltlet. in judging my felApply to ticket Ajsema of connecting llnra for When aV wm a CUM, .ho cried, for Cutotla, finn-iB.can come from stolen money that there that I make a mistake f muuswu, 11 netl.sa l-l a crottn of students Jlned and wined it al lull particulars u to rates time, inapt, circular, TiisuuinuaDiurai uviiwbv Your wcrk is head-worlow men. answered When .ko became Ills, she clang to Castor), or any desired InfoawMlM. or write to an. Geld Medal o all othsi Wlc, Kliktil . iw,i.l. Tnnv then aareed with the host is a curse on Ii?" "Bom," Joues stole Jim, together, o( coum? allinrU,l.iKt-,foc!irwi-ofIlooU.kastBOBC. H. FOUMAK, dat When sho had Children, ahe cars thorn Castorlv towi Urs4u Tray. Pane. Ag't 0. 4 U. P.'y. 8ou!r-s- t, Ky, the fastest should "I didn't know Coloael Ueaeral that the one who rn yes, entirely so. -l rail aboul SKO. "J r.rt taipl 4 l-anJ Oaui.U"ln" is W.K.SlfATrUO. alius 'spected him of being W.M. PEABOt-Y-. money, I iacruilm TuHloo. butlontry " ' n the b'.ll. The boil was to start them. Uea. .. V. Pre, acd c i, Uaa,TlP"Ul4tla . .J T. Iiirv PhtenoIotst ,.-- . oi an hones' man. White folks am gettln' to ClLtUiuatl, 0. atr tai. al-- is V. It.urs..i." t..it..a H U: :' He did. And they never came back to bo mlshty onrcllhW rk'i. LvataV)B.jb .,.er Nj, sbj birber. FelUsay whic'i won 1C2-2IStorc-Room, W. T. WALTON. The young married beauty who filled When President Lincoln appointed a rigLancaster. her allpper with chimpagne at the White id disciplinarian commander of the Dapatt-meKsv. II. R. Noel has declared lilnwtf of Virginia, he promised that GenerSulphur Springe and it lo Baltlmoro an Independent evangelist. gallant to drink, ii a reildeut of tbla city, al that he should be allowed to shoot deMr. Thomas I. Bourns ntid Miss tine certainly la a vory beautiful woman serters. But the President's kindness of K. Ball were married on last Thursand wean a vory small vlipper and the bcirt was more powerful than his res day. Fire Polnta Sir Walter laleigh, who drank peel for the discipline of the army Mr J. P. Sandifer has about completed the wine from the slipper, id a growing at and ho did not keep his promise. Ooe a hanome front to hb reiidcnce on Dantorner from illcbtnond. The lady Bald day he received from the General this tele ville street. iho was sorry she did It now, "but it was a egrau; ''President Lincoln, I pray you to The rcruaini of Miss Lee Hogan, Of LOGAN COUNIY, t.a Candfd.te or tha offlca ofBupcrlntondcnt of Pu'ille lustructloo, subject to the Democratic HistoConTentton. For Sale ata Bargain. Mar-gir- et FOK I offer lor sale privately la Stanford, K- -., a very dmlrebte residence with sstco ro'tus and porch-Web( water at tbo door; tt.ble, smoke hou's, &c. About an acre of ground In the lot. For terms, Ac, apply to 11. O. A I.l'OItlt, 1C4- Agent for J. R. Allord. i A TalusM. Stock Farmroatalnlujatt Acmh Uattod I mile from Crab Orchard on tbs tit.ntord plks. and dooii orcr same, Th. twonoT storc-rstin Htanlord, on eoatb .Ida or Mala .treat, built by OmlerAfcon. Alio tbe brick residence In which I am now living, tUVST.KY. JGl'M Stanford, S.J. I am dally opening en rSXtant line ol Fall Millinery, Including atl J:Jt. BHEWCOMJB ISCOTEr t. 83-C-in f. r ni. pott-tlo- For Sale led d Con-ere"- ed Itlf the-wee-k vie-in- Ague Dure I AVER'S G.'SXXj&S BRO. LUMBER, 1 Cam-tltullo- to-cur- I a A thaiot dog-gonc- PXAKTOS ! twen-ty-Joll- exas "" cultl-Tate- d, all "World-reuounc- Et-cro- eclai !m-moni- fost-offic- y, d; IIuQ-ma- n, s UNION COLLEGE O. fe M. H Monday. October -- - ft T-s- e. tos lCt-2- av Fellow-pasienue- 2Cttoji Hr k J''7.?,i,J,' a, --. Fsllow-passenRer- -0 Er-law- yer? !'-- $ J t w 4 es killed yesterday by order of the health auConvestlen The Snsday-8cBee- l nosovtxYa-'DVQBs.uiso jo H7U 'axra tr.rtrjro-'rtrxBxa- oiio thorities. 28 and 29. "A at this place October omoo &xr axoisib 7rxairjrBntrM. 'joxj-so- mA assxron dictionary In good time la anticipated. There is one word in tho taaic3xaco'vvrjci.'r rrvxxo&xxvcx pronounced wrong by the beet of variably A sneoial term of Circuit Court con Grnelle. scholars. Ql) 'AN vened here yesterday for the trial of Sig- that $l,5(i7.- - man for the muiiler of Higginbotham, with The prohibitionists-figurGZ 50 are spent weekly at Paris for beer and Judge Owsley on the bench. 82 consequently they propose to vote it out in Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter gave a social J. November. at their pleasant home one evening last meeting John F. week, for the bontfit of both young and At the stockholders' n For CongreM, Barnard was elected president of the Ohio married folks. It is needless to add that A negro woman at Columbus, Qa., stolo & Mississippi In place of W. W. Peabody, V JAMES II. McCREAKY. will we all enjoyed it hugely. Mr. Fish tho dress that she was baptized in. But who was choeen general manager, liut detestify to this fact, especially when the cake Of Madlion. the dousing did not wash all of her sins clined. The gross earnings of the road for 3 came around. away in the eyes of the law at leist, for and the net $1, Mrs. Angle Pointer returnod from a Catt. Thomas Toddy, the ijentloman she was arrested shortly after she came out the year were $3,671,919.64 074,211.15. visit to Lexington last week, very much whom the republicans have put up for Mo of the water and put in jail. In Forsyth county, Ga., Mrs, George improved In health. Mr. Casper Williams learned a thtng or Creary to knock dona, 1 The wokingmen, whoever they may be, Tuck exprese-- d her belief that Adam was and bride, and stster, Mies Cleo, returned o two by his military oxperionce, one of them wheronpon Mr. on the 15th. Miss Ida Adams, who has being that it is always better to ranko a have nominated one Qeoreo Tliobe, for not tho first man, as a liar, and Mr. been visiting at Harrodsburg for some time, practic- Cpngrees in Carlisle's district. They must Manning denounced her good run than a bid stand, and ho exGeorge Tuck very promptly cut his throat returned last week. Mr. S. W. Parrls, one of es it, too. He met the Governor at Tay intend it as a joke. At any rato it is and brought the scriptural discussion to an Mt. Vernon's successful merchants, made ceedingly funny. ioraville Friday and a joint discission was abrupt conclusion, ( a flying visit to Cincinnati last week. Miss arranged for the afternoon. Tho hour ar Ik the donkey who is supposed to edit The trial of Janitor Titus, of the Clara Whitehead returned from Louisville Governor, who began that alleged newspaper, "the regal San rived and with it the Female Institute, which Saturday. Mies Schuler, of Paint Lick, N. to fire hit hot shot into the enemy with so yille Iribunt," doesn't ceaee its braying, wo has created so much interest in the East, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Willis Adams, of telline and en effective a result, that tho shall go down and tie a rock to his tail. has ended in his conviction of the murder this place. Miss Anna Lulo, McLean, ol discretion was gallant Captain decided that of pretty Tillie Smith, who died rather Beverly, W. Va , who has been visiting her MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. the better part of valor and fled incontiDKALEK INthan submit to his embraces. The evidence sister, Mrs. Dr. Daniels, of this place, lift nently from tho field and to his farm in The New Hampshire mountains are was entirely circumstantial, on the 11th for her homo. Mr. John B. Shelby. ThU shows that the Captain is a white with snow. The mob made another effort to get Fish has in contemplation an extended vissmarter man than we have given much Gen. Rodman is lying at the p jint of Dan Rickets, who made a criminal assault it West. His beaming countenance will be him credit for; at any rate, hii action in death in Louisville. on Mrs. McDowoll in Henry county, but missed in the social circle. Drs. Parker dicates that he knows when he is best off. Cores, with a population of 200,000, has Goyernor McCrcnry is not much on rhetor- had 1,000 deaths from cholera in a few he was tried in a hurry before the Circuit and Davis are here. Mr. Cy Adams leaves Court at New Castle, given the full extent for Missouri this week. There will bo a ical flourish, but when it gets down to hard weeks. of the law, 7 years, and slipped off to few sad hearts left behind. The bride elect eente and an unvarnished stateMeyor Rothschild, head of the great will count the weary momenU.of their sep ment ot rolid facts, he is n match for any banking firm, is dead at Franford, Ger- Frankfort, before it arrived at the jail. Democratic clerks in Washington, who aratlon and long for the happy day that man and too much for a large majority of many. ' go home to vote, lose their pay for the will seal Ihe vows made In the presence orators He is making a telling canvass of Tho steamer Chamberlain was run his district and we expect to hear down in Lake Erie by the John Fridgeon time of their absence. Republican clerks of that assemblage of "fair women and going home to vote were paid as If they had brave men," while the disheartened rivals at the clone of the polls, two weeks from and five livei were lost. remained at their desks. The civil service will no doubt revolve In their minds there to night, that he has discounted hia majorYellow fever has made its appearance ity of two yeats ago, when it was 2,140. in Mississippi, and 275 cases are reported reform the country got under a republican words: "Of all sad words of tongue or pen administration ehioeth like the Invisible the sadest ore these it might have He has made us en admirable Congressman at Biloxi, in that State. W. B. MeKINNEY. moon. C.-- J. Ealttuicn. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson are od on a JOUN liUtOHT, and deeeryea not only the full vote of his Judge Barr sentenced ten moonshiners tidal storm that swept aver visit to Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. John The great party, bat the suffrages of all men who ad- to pay $500 and be imprisoned one year the Gulf coast last Monday and last Tues- Brown are at Brodhead. mire an upright and honorable officer and each at Louisville Saturday. day has literally wiped two communities high-ton- ed thorough gentleman. and a Mercer county nas just allowed ber The telegraph reports tho destruction of judge $800 a year, attorney $090 and bu- - off the face of the earth. The destruction the entire town of Babino Pass, Texas, by big figure in the The law's delay cuts a ot Sabine Pass is more than equaled by the parintendont of schools $500. During the late war the fort at that failure of justice, and where an acquittal disaster at Johnson's Biyou, where a thrif- water. Judge Morrow has appointed Mr. point was victoriously defended by the can not be procured by the UBUal means reSamuel A. Newell as Master Commission ty pastoral community of 1,200 souls "Davis Guards," a company composed of sorted to, is the hope and stay of those who was drowned out by the tidal wave. Nearerof the Pulaski Circuit Court. them Irishmen, is the most commit crime. This is evidenced daily in Diltr lolill kind of ly a 100 people lost their home3 and crops, 41 men, all of While stealing a ride on the L. & N. remarkable contest in the military history the courts of Kentucky, but we are just and 6,000 cattle are aald to have been denear Louisville two unknown tramps were Davis. In the "Rise now forcibly reminded of it by the acquit stroyed. So complete is tho ruin of the of the world. Jsflerson crushed into a shapeless mass. and Fall of the Confederate Government," tal of a m!n at Warren, 0 , for murder, Mat Washington was taken from jail community that even those who were sav devotes enm space to it and proclaims it who, on his two former trial?, hid ben conatDycasburg, Tend., last week and hanged ed have been compelled to leave, finding the mott marvelous battle ever fought. victed and sentenced to hang, as he no nothing left upon which to make a beginfor rape on a young white girl. These 14 men were opposed by a fleet of doubt ought to have been. The witnesses The Mexican pension bill did not ning of existence. Times. Union vessels, 13 in number, and containhad died or gone off by the last trial and reaah the President; the House refused to DANVILLE, BOTLE COUNTY. ing an overwhelming force. The gunboats another murderer was turned loose to pros agree to the Senate's amendments . way to within a few hundred ecute his occupation of , killing people. Mrs. Fred Harris has returned from a forced their The twenty-fourtannual Internationyards of the fort, and for an hour and a "We hope Judge Morrow will turn over a al Convention of Locomotive Engineers visit to her daughter, Mrs. C. P. Talbott, of half poured a galling and destructive fire leaf in this district in compelling new Missouri. will be held in New York, October 20. ThjB forty four gallant Irishmen to attend, by inflicting full penalty Yesterday was county court day, and into it. In South Carolina Sunday one brother were not idle, however. Tbey stuck to on their failure to do so, thus removing shot cne killed another in a quarrel over court of claims and nearly everybody pres- their guns and when the contest closed the that excuse f jr the usual continuance) in ent bad a "little bill" against the county. who should dig the bale for the day's fish. attacking vessels had been driven from the felony catep. Hon. J. B. McCreary and Captain Membsrs returning from the Knights harbor and several of them disabled. FifThe annual report of Comptroller Dar-ha- of Labor Convention at Richmond take a Thomas Todd, candidates for Congress, ty ot their men were killt1 tfnd 150 of them shows the immense amount of work very gloomy view of the success of the were in town yesterday and addressed the while not a single member of people of this county. that he is capable of. Daring the year he meeting. the "Dayis Guards" was killed or wounded. has settled 27,499 accounts, involving $2, The marriage of Miss Pinkie Metcalf Thoi. Godfrey, of Washington, O., battle. Mi- Tt mM trulr a remarkable The report recommends a drank eevcral pints of peach brandy to al to Mr. W. F. Plane, of Atlanta, Ga , will 890,735,554. Davis has recently written to a gentleman change in the rule regarding the delivery lay tho pain of toothache, and died from take place Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in this city a letter in which this fight is at the 21 church. Ceremony by Rev. C. of dratts to attorney; recommends legisla- tho effects. referred to, and the highest tribute paid the SBKHKYH,tion on the subject of assignment of claimB During the year 3,482 poatoffices were B. H. Martin. brave fellows who made it. fLouisyille against the United States and a general established and 1,120 discontinued, making Clifton & Ellis P.anche King CombiCommercial. statue of limitation concerning Buch claims; the net increase 2,362 and tho total in the nation Company will exhibit on the night Why In It? --Why is it when a man of the 23J. Judging from the posters there adyocatts a stricter accountability on the country 53,011 can't go to eleep the morning eeems never pirt of disbursing officers and the limitaAll of the Louisville roughs who at seems to be considerable of the cow-boa day? court commisaioners. attended tho prize fight in Henry wero tion of fees of circuit m an businees connected with this to arrive, and every hour seems like Ornlu, Wool, Ncoila, Feed, Coal, Lumber,', Etc. fin show and why is it just as the longed for mornHarmony prevails in tiio ranks of the ed from $20 to SCO each and costs. There H. C. & J.T. Mock sold on 8 it urd ay to ing dawns, andtbe servant reps on the Louisyille democracy and the contending were 18 of them. D. G. Eagle, of Marietta, Pa , a suckling door, that lame man gots so Bleepy that he Every business house in Eajtport, Me., factions of two weens ago have united al- ' most to a man to elect Mr. Caruth by a tri was destroyed by fire, which raged there colt and a yearling filly out of Rose Chief, can scarcely hold his eyoa open7 We can't the dam of Prince Wilks, by Messenger tell why it is, but we know that it is so, umphal majority. Colonel Tom Sherley, for ton hours last Thureday. The loss is Chief, 2 old fillies by Messenger and also that the same man resolves to who it is said has never given n satisfacto- put at $5,000,000. Chief, one out of a mare by Wm. Welch sleep Sunday morning until 9 o'clock, and Simpson county joined the prohibition ry explanation of what . becama of that he gets awake at and one out of a mare by Lyle Wilks. when the time arrive "widow woman's $100," has retired from counties Friday by a majority of 300. The can't den cfi again to save MissTedie Walter, of this place, and daylight and DRUGGISTS PHARMACEUTISTS, politics and hw hung a sign in hia office whisky men .made no fiht and but 000 Mr. John Hanna, of Lexington, will be his lift? which reads, "If you want to talk buaioeai, voteo were polled. married Wednesday evening at the It is estimated by persons who have church. Ceremony by Rev. P. T. Bsptist Settlers about Atwood, Kansas, ore raw takes Beat; if you want to talk politics, Hale. ing the mammoth Russian sunflower for been over the scene of the disasters at John-eon- 's take a walk." The marriage of IMi-- a Hattie Farri, daugh fuel, an acre of which planted and cultivaBayou and Sabine Pass that the death Judge Halsell, who teems to have the Wall Paper, AXiihIcuI Win en, ter of Mr. II. C. Farris, of this place, and ted like corn, will produce sufficient fuel Drug", list will amount to 250, Chemicals, IIooIcm, anIuHlruouiouU, interest of the party at heart, has made Dr. W. B. McCIure, of Junction City, is an- for an ordinary family for one year. It I A fire which originated in Hubbard's Pnlmw, Stationery, Clcara, Pocket other offer to Mr. Rhea, which is that both nounced for tho 26th inst. c'aiwed that the stalks will grow 14 feet NoapH, 0118, TolmccoH, Cutlery, livery stable at dmpbellsville burned that, withdraw from the race for Congress in the Rev. Green Clay Smith preiched Sun- high, while the seed pod Is larger around Perfumery, Flro Anus, aiacliln an adjoining saloon, a bakery and Robin -34 district and pledge their support to a day night at the Christian church. Thoto than a peck measure and contains sufficient Needle. Bon'd law office; loss $7,000. Our Jewelry, SIlTcrwnro and Otitical finodH Department if In Charge, of Col who heard him thought he seemed to to nominee to be named by the District Comhard oil to unkw rs much fife and heat Experiments with the telephone from Thos. IHchards, nho nlll Repair uatciirs and Cloelis promptly and in tho beat mittee. If Khea does not accept this or opposed to the manufacture of whisky, the coal. style. Washington to New York Sunday resulted eorne other proposal for the sake of harmosalo of whiaky or the transportation of hrs ii satisfactory talk with psople at ecch end whisky through tho State. It Is a little An editor out West remarks that hemen ny, the democracy should show him that good reason to believe that newspaper wiro.- they have a say in the mxtter and force of the curious, but these "prohibition fellers" become white mules afte. death, because Mw. Sarah F. Howe, of "Woman's seem to get madder at the mention of whishim to retire. the expression on the countenance of a Bank" notoriety having served her term in The anarchists threaten that they will the penitentiary, has opened auothor simi- ky than any othor kind of liquor. white mule has often reminded him of eorne Miss Msry Fisher has returned from a begin a warfare of assassination and destruc- lar institution of swindling in Boston. deceased brother journalist, especially the month's visit to friends in Kansas City. despondent droop of the lower tion if tb.3 six Sends convicted are hung at , John Martin, an Italian Miss Battle Fisher has returned from a visChicago. Bat that don't scare anybody Commercial. was shot and killed without provoca(Th Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) Tiny will change thoir minds tion at Evansville, Ind., by L. C, McKin-le- y, it to the family of ber cousin, Hon. James worth acent. The American Rhinological Society was B. McCreary, of Richmond. Miss Mattie when they see their comrades dancing in a young Kentuckian, who was drunk. -Duke ha; returned to Danyille, after an ab in session for a whole week in St. Louis the air with nothing to stand on, and if Contracts for work on the L. & N. exsence of a year or more in Independence, recently. If the objict of the American they have no respect for the law ther will tension of the Bardslown branch to SpringRhinological Society is the distribution of fear the consequences cf breaking it and field were let to H. H. Squair, of Nash-vil- l, Mo:, with her sister, Mrs, G. L. Chrisman. It ts the leading BepuUlean Weekly Nswspspe'' the moil Central and nprentatlTe Statu of pothis Nation, toremont In news enUirprlte, fearless In public dlKuuton ami derotel to the beat lotcr-ett- s Miss Kalo W. Duerson, of Ljuisville, is rhino we desire to plsce ourselves in a sing very low thereafter. of the Fanner and bli family. It has no superior at newptpr. who will put on a force at work at sition to secure some of Its benefits. visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Duke. , The Knight a of Labor have decided to onco. Breckenrldge Nwb. boycott Armour, the big Chicago packer, Harry Goff, less than 30 years old, was Husband and M lie, The hichest birth rate in the United but if he continues to eell better meat at sent to the penitentiary in Illinois SaturA man has an eye for bsauty in his wife States is in the South. In Louisiana there lower prices than most other dealers, the day for bigamy. Three women claimed He notices tho soft wae of her gown with to DOLLAR a rear, to erery Is furnlibed a copy a week. at the low rale of ONEwith erery dwfrablo making the rrlca lets thin two cents It gifts all the news, datall, In decent .hirm. Knights will find that their power to injure him as husband and each had a small brood a sort of pleasurable pride, even after time are 148 rhildren born g each year BRe, 150 in of THEMAUKETnEI'OnTSaroglTonlnfull, and thsr are noted for their reliability. EenjrU are blm will be small indeed, The boycott is of children. dimmed the glamour of 1,000 women and trials have telegraphed dally orer our own special wires from all the hiding cities. Qeorcia and 187 in Texas. In New Eog- ct Theodore R oose velt has been nomina- first lovo. The successful wife must a miserable mean weapon anyway. land the rate is 82; In the West about 122 THE AOniCULTUrtAL DEPARTMENT It one oftboarcat features ol tho Weekly anl It moit ral. to her husband all tho virtues; must utile to erery farmer. Thlt department It edited by thoto of lang expcrlcncs. The President, while vowing that nepo- ted for mayor.of New York by the Citi-san- s' Chicago Herald. Committoe of One Hundred, malting be sympathetic, and at the same time sensiunder his administism shall not flourish TH.E CHIMNEY CORNER, doTOtedexcluilrely to young people It rcry Intcrettlnrand In A man by the name of Fortuno tration, has appointed his wife's first cousin three tickets in the field, with tho republi ble. She must be bright, entertaining and Wl.. was nreeented by his wife cans to hear from. of (fa. " agreeable at home as well as abroad, and to be Consul at Sheffield, England. He is with three girls at ooe birth. Truly, In the United States Court, in this she must know how to preserve silence the same young man who accompanied never come singly. city, Robert E. Lee, of Knox county, was when it is desirable to hold ber tongue, Mrs. Cleveland to Earopa just boforo ber acquitted of the charge of "moonsh in in?,' eyen though she is ready to burst with inMessrs. John and James Smith bought Contalnt eight ragtt of eight columoi each, and It printed marri age. erery Tuetdar and I'rlday. tt mailed tho principal witness against him being dignation. If she does not possess these of various parties in this county a lot of 25 at 8. 40 per annum, ?ostgo paid. I'enont who can not Uko tho Dally CommercialIt Osteite and J, A. Cohen, present incumbent, is the Stonewall Jackson. O. J, who want tho newtolttner than once a week, will find Ihe an admirable paper. average of $10 per . qualities let her cultivate them most or 30 heifer calves at an democratio nominee for member of the The amount of claims allowed in Liu-r- assiduously, And there is no trait that is heac' Equalization, to be voted for at Board of county whs $2,090. The county judge such a powerful factor in household harThe Midway Qippcr reports sles of the Coneressional election, J. Wesley was given $300; the attorney the Teimt of Bubicrlptlon by Mall: 100 barrels of new corn at $1 00 and 200 same and mony as assimilation to becomo one in West, of Lancaster, is the republican nom...SI 2 One yiar (Including Sunday) the superintendent of schools $400. Poll thought and purpose, to have kindred of old at $2.10, both delivered and the lat- One year (omltllnj Sunday) .... .'...$11 00 inee. ,.. r, Mx uionthi. " " Mx months, " " tax was reduced from $3 to $1.75. " .. S Thioa moutht " The theory of ter shelled. TLrromontbt, tastes and kindred wisher. 3 so The London Leader has advanced an A 8inger Sewing Machine ogent at the affinity of opposite was hopeles sly ex Pierre Lorlllard sold all his stallions other step in its triumphal march of progNicholasvllle assaulted Mrs, Daniel- - Cobb ploded long ago. The picture of a petite and brood mares Friday. IroquoiB was ress. It can now call Its insldes us well as with intent to commit a rape and on being blonde Desdemona cllngine to a swarthy bought by General Jackson, of. Tennessee, ContlitingoieawlBgMaehlnM.IoiprorolWalHiliury Ha own. Watchea, GoM Pent, Pencils, Valuable Iboki its onteides arretted put up a money bail, which he Othello Is very pretty, but if Othello' f jr $20,000 and the average of the 83 head etc, wlllbeienln fhepapw. dnuploeoplcafreo Mahone announces that he has retired forfeited and left tbo country. pnld wa- -; $0 390 for stallions and $1,422 for i(S Ttcnip'-i.t- " - - c' nn cmw5iF.ifi0iA.ri Ill nim It J, an en'nrrfd rMrncnt. oo.. franvr",,"," too-S-t . 77. U l'erfiiua. i.eiiijlsi of Virguii. thai:!: iho tuu CIN'CIMN'.i'U. stUtmy ocin not exim. ,Dti Moines JJail. I ."- -. Swi-8HeIglnterioroaoob-vensaz-'xotxosiioo e stditrnnau and oue of the ablest lawyers in the land could not make a will that would withstand the action of disappointed heirs, we would like to know October 19, 188G what an ordinary man can expect from his Stanford, Ky last will and testament but an onliro disrewe gard of his wishe.? The will of Samuel W. P. WALTON. Jones Tilden is to be contested by his two nephews oa the ground that tho residuary bequest to the "Tilden Trust" is void, oy DEMOCRATIC TICKET. reason of uncertainty. If (he greatest la Chicago 2.200 infected cattle wore m VEnnatt.not:xcnsrircvu'rY Ni sauruvaj msh aamo puinom u0 VJWW ft.jg. ja pu 'ixuoMawj rsvorz tttm W" sow o o s s o H 8 oxa;xgp.a3cgg- - asEtHxnoju atujrj ' Hack-ettstow- n, J, w H. II If1(11 - Hardware, Farming Imple- bed-roc- k ments, Groceries,1 Salt, Lime, Cement, Elevators, IPumps. Older lm" Mill, &c. WOMEN & MENEFEE. -- Favniinglmplements.'and Machin ery, h wit-sees- m i Wim sggiesf -- GrawiageB- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, y, d M'ROBERTS, HI & STAGG, liquor Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky. Iamps, -- THE Wkly OIMTOIMIffATI lip.-Bof-- falo ecisxors-grin-der- WEEKLY 03srxJ"sr GAZETTE! $1.00 a. The. Weekly Gazette lub-crlbt- n -- child-bearin- ret-pe- MIbs-Fortun- 0maffi?ffi$'l? """" The Semi. Weekly Seml-Wiek- " P- -t. i I el Daily Commercial Gazette, Owr Premium JLiat m I I t- thk gazrttk I Simi-SUekljjattrJoroutRl ViiUwiv Use of cloaks, uAii uiid -- txuiuiuti our uevr Owsley & Craig. l ULAIM. We failed to mention the death of Taylor Hal kin bouiit abiut 200 a'eers in Warren county, weight about t Stanford, on the market yeaierdn ; prices ranged frc in The West End lost two estimable la1 Come and see our display of heating dies last week. On Thursday '"Mrs. Ben 3 to 1. Plug horses sold from $30 to $60; B. O. WALTON, not much demand far gocd stock. Mules Business Manager. atoTee. It will ptj you. Metcalf & Fo Newton Allen breathed bar last, after a sold from $110 to $160, Crowd and busiter. long illness of typhoid fever, and Sunday ness about as A .LOCAL TIME CARD. t. muni. Dinnxr Sits, tea sets and chamber sets Mr. Alex Williams died from the eflecta of D. F & Frank Loan delivered their library lamps cheaper than you erer a paralrtlo stroke. They were both about Msll train going North. ........ t SS r. M. and contract cattle of 30 hend of 1.C55 pound ! " Bouth....... - ..- - IS p. M. saw them, at Metcalf & Foster's. CO years of age and dovout members of the ....... l2SaiM. Kims strata" Bouth.. to Lehman Bros, at C ce.its. R. D. A L. ii Morb...M....mM....MM.a 18 a.k. k ii My regular Fall opening will ba on the Christian Church. Mrs. Allen ieavea six Logan also delivered Jheir G9 head of . The ajoys ti calculated on standard time. Bolt 19, 20 and 21 of this month. Ererybody and Mrs. Williams four children, all of taa Is about Mialnuteslastsrl " lb. and P. T O. i..ry. 160 head 1,082 to whom ore grown. Mrs. Williams' death Invited. Mrs. Kato Dudderar. sam parties at asrne price. LOCAL NOTICES. was very sudden. She was apparently in d A tohicco mm at RichThe farmers aro seeding a all acreage of good health Friday at noon and ate with Buv your School Hooks from Penny A mond, Vc. av: "Th short scresge and wheat. The weather has been very fine for her usual relisr; but a short time afterMc A lister'. early frost bring thn ibcco yield down to W atohhs and Jewelry repaired on ehor it, yet we learn that they are leas than half wards the stroke camo and abo.was unable only a little over hlf a crop Stocks are notice and warranted by Fenny A MoAlla done. to move or speak again. heavv, mid the altanco in price will be cr. Oi Saturday evening last at C30 slow, but the advance will ba steady nnd 20 and 21 of Kememiif.ii that on the-19- , s, IIUNTKiifl, Attention. -- Loaded & will have my regular fall and o'clock, after an illness a( about five weeks by next spring I predict something like a hla month I Mo all slzu of shot, at l'enny Alialer'a. winter opening. Be sure to attend it. Miss of typhoid fever, Willie, the eldest child of boom Those ies nto shared by nearly John G. and Bilie Lynn, peacefully breath every one with whom I A comtlctji stock of Jowelry, latent Buwade Beszley. have talked " Oi style. Rookford watchea a specialty, Pan. ed bis last, aged 11 years, save 12 days. M. H. Cecil bus bought of different Exposition closes next The Louisville ay A Mc A Hater. Though at times during his sickness his parties, 35 head af No 1 mare mule colts at Saturday night.. Persons wishing to visit sufferings were intense, he murmured not, PERSONAL $04 por head. Matk Cecil, of this county, the city can do so this week for just half but bore them with manly heroism and Miai Alice Hamto Ii t Isltlng rela-tlte- a the railroad fare that it will cost next true christian fortitude. He looked the bought of Wm. Dan, of Woodford, 35 head of yesrlini; mules fur II. Duncan, of week. in Louisville. grim monster of death in the face and told against the his grandfather that he was ready and will- Wayne, at SCO per head. Mr. Cecil also All persons having claims II. 0. TuoMfiOM, of Eut Uernitadt, bought of Charlie Cecil, of Boyle, 24 hed estate of M. G. Nevlus, deceased, are di- ing to go. He wb the pride not only of a o' 2 and wu here 6aturday, old cattle, averaging 1,293 Mil. John Bauohman, while still very rected to present them to me properly ver- doting father and mother, and their imme- lbs. at 4a. Corn in the field sold at Adams' sale at $1.10. . Hsrrodsburg Democrat. ified immediately. J. B Paxton, ill, waa somewhat improred yesleiJay. diate families, but of the entire neighborMessrs. Ronr. KiNiuirto and 0, W. hood, and even the colored people for many Bro. Noel asks us to publish the folKettle, of Lancaster, were here last week. The man, Win, Howard, who is accused miles around were painfully anxious for lowing: "Rev. R R Nosl, Lancaster, Ky., MmMaaatKllinn, of Vrdon, Va.,is of the shooting of Mtrshal Rogers, at Har the recovery of the noble boy. But the Independent evangelist." the guest of her sister, .Mrs. 8. M. Onecr. lan C. II., and who laid in prison here for wa;s of the Lord aro indeed mysterious "Where He my lead I'll M'or, Misses Kiioda Lunskohd and Sallie many months, escaped Irom the jail atllar and past finding out, and truly in thia cm My trust la Mm repose; Anil eury hour la perfect peace, VaniDsreer went to Lotilsrllle yesterday Ian last week, to which he bad been return' death extinguished a shining light. The I'll tivg,U knows, lis knows." Misa Lizzie Elkin, of LouIsTllle, is ed by his bondsmen. attending phyiiclan, Dr. Steele Bailey, did McRob-eits- . yisIiIdr her relative, Mrs. J. M. Teachers' Association. eyervthing that medical aid's mission can A miner named Mutlins, ai Ml. Guthrie, peiform, and remaining almost till hour of Fo'.lowlug Is tbs program of Lincoln County Mb. 0. C. Keller, of Hatrodsburr, Is who was charged the usual conductor's ex dissolution cime. he penned the line at the Teachers' Association at Crab OrchirJ, Oct. 29th here helping this office out of a rush of Job tra fare by Capt. Cibler yesterday, got so bottom of the directions, "Oh, God, do for 8 P. M. and Oct. 30th, lo a. it. MUSIC. enraged that he gave that officer a blow him that which I can not," which prayer work. Ber, Mr. Duncan. Prayer.,...., C. V. Gentry and wia hate mored with his fist and afterwards shot at him of itself made for him an ever tender place Euay Tho Needs of Public Bckooli of KenMrs. 8. F. II. Tarrant, Crab Orchatd, tucky. to John A, McRoberta' house on Upper without effect. The scamp made good his in the memory of the parents of the sainted Eassy Duties of Teachers .,Mra. Lambert, escape. Main street. Willie. The grief of hia parents was alKings Mountain. Mim Mattik Dinwiddie, of Huston-ylll- e, most painful to witness, but while it was a 'MUSIC Alfonso Richards, son ol Mr. M. is with her cousin, Miseei Annie Richards, of the Mt. Salem neighborhood, burden bard to bear, may they and his two Essay Tho Work to be done and how to do H .W. F. McClary, Stanford. and Lou Dunn. was shot in the shoulder by Frank Smith, little aisters remember that for some good Dulles of Trustee J. A. Chapel, Mas. Da. Ellis, and Miss Belle Ken- at Yoeeuiite, Thuteday. Both were drink- purpose be waa taken away that "He Essay-T- he Crab Orchard. nedy, of Owensboro, are guests at Mr. D. ing, we are told. Richards' wound is an docth all things well." His remains were MUSIC. W, Vandereer'a. exceedingly painful, but not necessarily followed by quite a lengthy procession and Euay Tho Duty of Psrents.. .....Mlts 8. E. Thur- mond, HuitonTllIe. Mraara Haiti e IIodoeb, of Lexing- dangerous one. were laid to rest, to sleep the long sleep, Estay-rrooi tba Publte 8chool System In ton, and Llllie Measles:, of Danville, are by tho side of his infant brother, who died Lincoln county ..N. W. Hughes, Stanford. Tns immediate delivery business doesn't seyen years ago, in tho family buiying with Mrs. J. il.Hocker. MUSIC. amount to much at the Stanford postoffice. Miw Kallie IlAnmeoN, of Cincinnati, 41ng .MIsa Kate Hayes, Crab Orchard. fjronnd near the residence of Mr. Craig . who his been with the Barnes' for several The law ruiulrliii; the itmaeler to dsiirer Lynn on Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Recitation Miss Msggte Brown. by special messenger letters properly 8. F. Helm, Mllledg etllle. Esr- - . weeks, was here Friday. W. J. F. ..Mhuj Ssbra Hayes. Recitation.. Mrs. Maiiy STrrnrws, of Paris, aod stamped went Into effect October 1st, but The public Cordliily Inrlted. RELIGIOUS. Mr. John I). Miller, of Washington City, Captain Richards tells us he has had but Mm F. F. Kdmuxds. Secretary. one to deliver so far. are guests of Co(. Thomu W. Miller. The Revs. J. L. Allen and Joseph Mrs. R. J. Lyles, of Nashville, .tlW ADVKBriNUJtKKTM. Postmaster J. R, Marks writes us that Ballou will begin a protracted meeting a1 with Mis. 0, B. Cooper from Louis- - our Friday's papers did not reach Danville Monticello Oct. 29. vllle Saturday and is now a guest at her till Saturday and the package came broken will undei-tak- e The Synod cf Renluck Opportunity father's. to raise another $100,000 this year for A Splendid open. Some devilish republican mill clerk, Mrs. Lelia Lyjum, who baa been who ought to be displaced by a competent Central University. To as t a good home. A splendid Farm of lt-- l for talc, 1H miles from Btantord with he r mother, Mrs. 8. II. Kinjr, for per-or- democrat, is to blame for the miscarriage. Schools are catching up with saloons. on tho AcreH, Lick turnpike. Prvductlre and Knob .freih. In a gcod neighborhood. Altogether a weeks, will leave for her home in FlorThere are 104 000 schools and 175,000 The package left here on time. most deilrablo notne. Gill on ida to day. in the United States. J. TP. PKSXMKaTOIf, Or J.ll.OIVHLKY, The Citcuit Court begins next Monday Those staid old fellows, Meaara. W. P. The convention of the Protestant Eph- - IC9 Stanford. Kr. with 3S2 cases on the docket, divided as fol- copal church in session at Chicago voted Grimes, W. B. McRoberts and D. B. relnrnel fron a visit to Louis- lows: Commonwealth cases 121; old com- 185 to 112 not to change iU name to the JESSE J. THOMPSON, mon law 32; equity 137; equity apperran-ce- s American Catholic church. ville Saturday. THE TONSOMAL ARTIST. 40; common law 52 Clerk James P. Miss Jeennie Lackey, one of Lin-- c Rsv. J. M. Erans, Presbyterian 8ynod-ica- l efaarisgand Hair Cutting done In the latest liter's loveliest, passed through from Lou- Bailey tolls us that there are no murder 5S9 times during Evangelist, preached isville yesterday, where she had been spend- esses, save tfcoio brought from other coun- the last 8ynodical year, and received about stylo. Ladles and ChllJren glren particular attention. ICMm ing a few weeks. ties. 500 members into the church. Cox. John K. Faulkner, of Garrard, The protracted meeting held at Mt. The Ranch King Combination, which has cone to New York, where he will per- produces a "strong sensational melodrama Sterling by Panto; G L Surber and Eld. manently rerldo and engage in the whole- in fivo acts, pore in nature and pure in J. J. Haley had resulted In 31 additions sale whisky business. Sentinel. tone," will give a performance at the Opera to Wednesday night. The Photographer, Miss Helen Sauj-leis president of House, Monday night, Oct 25th. During Liquor dialers have boycotted the the"McElroy Gleaners" and is very enthu- the play the wonderful acting dog, "Trix" Methodist church in Chalanooga. They siastic over tbc performance thoy are to give will be introduced and In tho afternoon a will not let a Methodist get drunk in their - n. the. Opera House next week. full cowboy band, mounted, will parade saloons. We supports the Baptist still have Dn. R. Goldstein, tho optician, la at the streets. It will be a big event and ev the call. Rev. J. E.Triplett, whohasmademany the Portman House, prepmd to alleviate erybody should nttend. Prices as usual, a friends in Kentucky and done much good Impaired vision by (ittlnj the proper epec for the causo of Christ, has gone to Union Terrible Akfray. The taclea to the eyea. Call on him. FOIl SALE, Mrs. II. J. McRonERTS, Miss Lettio that has existed between U.S. Commission- town, Ala., to btcomo pattor of the PresbyHelm and Misses Hobsnn, Hurt and 1'rew-itt- e, er F. V, Logan and Special Billifl Henry terian church there. Tho Kentucky Synod sticks to the oldof the Colleqo faculty, attended tho Bogle sioc,e their disagreement In regard to one Biker, culminated Friday hi a terrible en time way of fixing a date. For instance, Exposition at Louisville 8aturday. In Stanford, Ky. A. R. Penny, Worshipful Master of fight in County Attorney Colyer's room at the body in legion at Richmond decided to As Assignees, under adesd of trust, ot P.. T. Somerset between the parties. After few meet at Franklin next year on the WedLincoln Lodge No. CO, left this morning to Matttngly, the undersigned will attend the EietitK of the Grand Lodge of angry words, both drew their pistols and nesday before the full moon in October. On Monday, October 25, 1886, haye built Three oommecced firing at eachother. In 20 years the Methodists Masoos, which will begin In Louisville tobails look e fleet in Bogle's body and two in 4,000 more churches than the Presbyteri- In Stanford, Kr., publicly our tor sals the Mill day. His son, George, who has about reProperty well known as the Stanford Flout' covered from hla long, illness accompanied Logan's and tho latter' pistol then refusing ans in 200 years; C.OOO more than the 3itU. It consists of about one acre ot ground, on to work, ho se'ud a hatchet and buried it in 250 yers and C.000 more which Is erected, besides a large and commodious him. Elevator, answ ty, story brick building in the head of his prostrate antagonist, who than the entire number of Episcopal with all tho machlcerr and apparatus furnished necesury LOCAL MATTE13. to conduct an extenslre and a nrofltabla Lualntua continued to fire after falling on the floor churches in the United States. inciudlcg a modern and ImproTod pump, worked Logan waa unally disarmed, when it was After the sermon of Elder R. A. Hop- by steam, for the purpose ot obtaining a supply of Fresh goods at Waters & Wearen's. a falling source. found that he was shot In the neck and per at McCormack'd Sunday six persons water from neverfrom tbe depot at Tbs location is about 100 aMs Stanford, on Eou8, 100 dczjn, wanted at 12 cents, mouth and also in the back, while in addiN. Railroad. the KnozTllls the L. came forward and confessed and a deep in- Original cost ofBranch of 123.000. &Correspondent property, E. II. Burnside. tion to his three other probably mortal terest minlfesticg itself it was concluded to solicitod and If terms can be agreed upon, will sell priTStely, Title perfect. cashr balanco In equal InThe heal Feed Cutter is the Djxter. Try wounds, Bogle's brains were oczlng out of protract the meeting for several nights. Tksms. the three gashes in bis head. They were Thero was preaching last night and to- stallments of 6, 12 and IS months. Six per cent, one. Metcalf A Foster. interest. Personal security on flret deferred payii oysters, served in any both dead game and fought to the last. Bo- night theru will be services again. ment. Lien retained. I,. Jt JIUItltEK. Fresh fiih and Jl.C.SAVFIjKy, gle formerly lived here, and while a quiet The meeting at the Christian church Asilgnees. way and at sny time at J. T. Harris'. being a tiger continues and is likely to do bo through man, had the reputation of Mr T. D Raney la with Waters & when aroused. Logan formerly held the the week. There have been no confessions, but since last report Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wearen, and Invites bis friends to call and position of deputy collector. Gatton, of the Baptist church, have united see him. MARRIAGES. with the congregation. Eld. G, W. Yancey, A new and handsome stock of fall goods Mr, Clarence E. Wood, of Lebanon, who is assisting the pastor, Eld. John Bell has just been received by S H. Shanks. and Miss Mamie Miller, granddaughter of Gibson, seeks only by moral suasion to get Call and exsmine them. Col. R. X. White, were married at Rich- men to flee from the wrath to come, and I AM back from the cities with a large mond last week. unlike the average revivalist, does not try and complete line of fall goods, cloaks. &o Mrs. M. V, Timberlake, for several to scare them into a confession. Give me a call. D. Klase, ' years matron at the College here, will be LAND. STOCK AND CROP married to Major Bell, of Staunton, Va., XT Gov. McCreuiy is not a drinking man, m WANTED.-Ba- con at T, R. Walton's. on tho 19th Inst. Mrs. Timberlake is one but takes his little "Toddy" all the same. of tho B -Ca- r-load fresh Silt at T. R. Walton's. loveliest of women and we congratQ Wo msan, of course, Captain Thomss Tod-d- y. who haa won York Saturday 110 carloads In New ulate the fortunate gentleman her for bis own. ofcattlesoldat3to5 30. n When you want anything In tho stove A. T. Nunnelley bought of John Sher-o-n The Carlisle Mercury contains a 5 p. lino do not fail to call on Metcalf & Foster. hogs at list of tho presents received by n a lot of They ha? the best quality of stoves and d couple, in which it Is shown Divld N. Prewitt bought of John v always the lowest prices, that ten persons each gave a pair of towels, Holmea 13 1,652 pound cattle at $4 15. This year's cotton crop is estimated at The West Eod should turn out in force making 20 in all, end four other persons a tn gave a dcz?n napkins each. It is evidently G92.70S bales in the United States alone. to hear Governor McCreary speak at intention of their friends that they Mr. Henry's sale of Hereford cattle, At this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Wed- the near Louisville, 27 head averaged $231.30. nesday at the same hour he will speak at keep themselves clean, The Lexington races begun yesterday, Bryantsviilf, Robert Gibeon had bis crop of wheat with about 300 horses quutered on the The marshal arrested five drunken men made Into flour and it brought him $1 02 per course. . ,,. . . Ml Mr. Goldsmith bought lor tseo a meo In town Sjnday morning. Of course the bushel. I Somerset Reporter. Some of our of cattle, which he whisky wss obtained here, hut na it is posi- wheat holders might get A tip from this, In Bourbon 17 Mr. GIb'on generally knows what ho is shipped to the EbI, at 3.C5 to to distively against tho law for During the three days' sale oi trotting pense it on Sundays, it would ba well to about and in tho matter of turning over l ' A -- mm- n,An.,lii fir rnnnav to H h 1"0 P'" - "Si'er tie r.' ir V I !;r ' r itVPt-l- AM i geia mere otiener tuan any man we know, hammer at an average of $1,957 15, tho oUcuuui to Urn fullest -well-postem Cart-ridgeadmin-Istialor- Iy New Riteln, Citron. Currants, &3 , at Mrs. 11.0. Thotanton, of flax, at East October 10, 1888 T. It. Walton's Main and Somerset sts. ' Bernstadr, several days ago, Danville Court -- About $323,iir n uodred. 250 cattle f. -- M WALTON. -- Doalor In- v. i ,. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARIC, Confections, Tobaocos, . t. New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citrons, Currants, &c , now in stock, grtu COE. MAIN & SOMEESET STfe. STAjyjFB, CSrOOD JOU F. WATKBN. rs. ' ','' KIT. Bloo-'Jra- C3-00:D- 3! al :FA.I3FL 3F3F?LX02ESJ 3I.C. WEAItr.X. n, WATERSfiWEAREN CS-3FL- O EJ. II. FOX, - OESIFL JB.- - -- Danville, Ky. Trames Made to Order. Splendid Mill Property THOMPS wnxM.VATEit,' The Lexington Roller Mills Crtau Flour, II. Kaner. D IIANEY 1 rBDrn..,i,. B""n. - WATERS & WE'AREN. - i. "wiiijwjimr. Ono-tblr- d 166-t- d I WB mjm YeriM -- H SlIES - Willi- KING'S NEW OPTOMETER -- AND- K Fifted With Spectacles, AT m 3Peimy & Mc'listex-9- : half-colum- 150-pou- 3. Wall Paper, newly-marrie- Hus-tonvili- e IP H Furniture, 1 B MW jCTty PwKn riiJ 5ylXsf ""- )!! Cases, Caskets, Robes, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. car-load- s bar-room- s !. jl-- hrln MAT01I MANUFACTURE. THE PROCESSES WHICH THE LUCIGOES THROUGH. FER OF TO-DA- Y RAGPICKER3OF PARIS. to tho nemo Tbo Dal!? ric:lnr3-V- tt: ot a Noted Ragpicker. "In tho dally picking," raid tho ra jpiekar, first como tho boats; wo dry lbmm ondtiwa sell them tor so much a pound for manufacTHE MAitnraa for" JI?V DH. W, B. PENNY, wnTKATrniRT NEW YORK JOURNALISTS WHO HAVE BEEN GUILTY OF THE CRIME. WlilteUw Held, John ny, lllchard Wm. Henry Unrlbert, Edwin I Goitkln nnd Others The Influence of Matrimony Upon Their Lives. A number of New York journalists havo married rich wives nnd havo enjoyed, nnd still enjoy, tho freedom nnd easo which their vastly improved circumstances allow. The most conspicuous of these Is VThttelaw Reld, whoso wife Is tho only daughter of D. O. Mills, estimated to bo worth anywhere between $15,000,000 and 05,000,000, The antecedents of tho millionaire were humble. Ho began, it is said, by keeping a small tavern in ono of tho Westchester towns; went to California as nn nrgonaut, and by energy, enterprise and good luck made a great fortune. His daughter, nccordlng to her intlmateo, Is a very (sensible, kind hearted, cstlmablo young woman, and she nnd her husband nro reputed to lo dovotod to ono another, ller influonco on him Is described as liavlng been excellent, which Is fortunnto, slnco ho becamo a Benedict lato in life, when one's ways nnd habits nro ordinarily fixed. As tho editor of The Tribuno was thought to havo property valued not bo nt $500,000 l)cforo marriage, suspected of mere fortune hunting. Held, in hli days of poverty and struggle, was exceedingly Industrious, ono of the hardest workers in Washington, when ho was correspondent of Tho Cincinnati Gazette. And ho was also very eapablo mid won hi way to distinction. Sineo ho has growu wry rich he takes things leisurely, nlthough ho still looks sharply after Tho Tribune's intvnts in rho business and cdtorial department. Ho is not very robust; bo couios of fragile stock nnd his present wealth enables him to savo himself. n , Th Cttttlnj: of tlio Splints Filling the Frames Tlpjilnjr With the Inflnmmnblo Mixture Nature of the- Composition. Accidents Iloxlng. goes through almost Tbo luclfcr of 03 sjaany processes in its manufacture cs tho prOTcrbtal pin. Wo havo first tho cutting of These, In this country,, aro tho splints. uillly ofiQuoboc deal, and many of thorn On tho aro. out by water power In Canada. continent white or gray poplar b frequently fistfl, vrhllo tho Swodlsh matches aro generally mJi of aspen. In Austria tho splints nro usuftllyrouud; wthusand in Sweden they an! square in section. A great variety of machines nro m use, and tho rapidity of their production is something cuoTtnous. Tho quints in l?nglan-- l aronlmot invariably twice tho length of 'an ordinary match, which Is about two nnd a quartet h of r.u inch thick. inofcea long and Tho splints at tho larger .works nro received in large cases, and aro transferred in batches of 80,000 or ho on to trays, technically known as "monkey." The dexterity with which a clover "filler" will gather up her hugo armful of splints n heron Ith to feed her "monkey" is to-da-y Kpluit-cuttlHone-nint- turing common buttons and making powdered manure. Hair vrcs forswly veiy valuable, but sices women aro s&Utfled with their own thcro Is no market for It; rags of every color nnd description nro carefully picked; several years ago wo used to get much moro for theso, but now tho market h flooded with them, especially tlnco somo paper manufacturers get their rafst from tho oast. Then glass, old bottles, old Iron and tho rinds and peelings of vegetables for our hogs and rabbits. Iu very hard tinwo my family and I bavo eaten "tho moat wo found in the boxes after cleaning It carofally, but now wo givo It to our cats and dogs; cooks of our big houses reserve tha roup meats for us, and wo mix It with vcgotoblca wa ralso to mako stows. "You ceo thow immonja tieia kanlcg against tho wall. They aro filled with crusts of bread; my wifo takes tho best of tbeni to mako brood-pafor tho children, and tho others go toward feeding tho "chickens and other animals about tho house. AQ those sacla aro what wo have picked up hu winter to uso in tho summer. Bummer Is our dull reason, becauw wo pick in rleh quarters; most of our peoplo loavo for tho rammer and garbage boxes are empty. In quarters whoro tho working classes livo summer b better than whiter; they uovcr leavo tho otty, and In winter thoy burn all their garbage to add to their fuel. Tho commercial parts of tho city aro tho best of all; onoccUccte thcro all tho refuse matter of stores, besido all that of tho tenants living In tho higher storks." p fmK ESI POWDER Absolutely Pure. iiiirrd olpurit) More economical strength sod wuoImoiucoom. solo otrilnsry kind, sod can not l than the competlton with the multitude of low test .tuort wcljaia uiu or lnopu.ii powaert. coiuoqij id Thlitnowilnmnvfrviulrt. A CBnr. etnntord. - DENTIST, - TContuolcy. aetewarr. Office on Lancaster street, eezt door te Ihts-Bto- a JocRKiL office. OSce hours from 8 to 12 A. w, and 1 te o r. u. Anesthetics admlalatMed when 15t-ly- r.l V.U.UILLEK. QKO.8. CARPENTER. PLATT, I.OD.fiVIM.E. PWMJW Ci.UJSfiS: Miller &jCarpentor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS KTAsronD, MYERS HOTEL, bTArFORD. II Y. E. H. BUKNSIDE, uiRU uscout co., et. folce, Sonth Side Main Ktret, orer First Nation, al lUnk. i'sruis, IncUiilln soma of the finwt Bltitt.Qrass Utoek Tarms In Central Kentuedy, Town Ixts tstiA ttesldaocM. Timber and Mineral Lands for sale on romtululon. 'or further partlcalars aeniLfor rrlnleJ detcrlp-Ha- n of this section and of properties for sale. ISJ.2M -- Propr - Hotel Still Maintains it TlllB Old nnrl Wnll - ITnnwn copulation, AKD SAM? OF- - Il? lvroP.rl.otSr l ltOViLBiKINO TOITCEI 10S Wall Street. New York t, fJerseyCatile Tha BrMders' Attcclatlon will hold their JUil 8 sale at Treacy A Wilton's staU'o la Ixlutou, Kjr., on Datorxained thM sSna l0 n country Hotel in (ho State in its Pare, Appointment!, or Atten- tion to Comfort of thoir Gnosis. i i modern match manufacturer. Each maker commlors that ho has his pat tlcular "blend," but at b Vnm they oonstst, at all ovents in ibiioou.it.. . nf varying proportions of phosphorus, chlm-j- : of potash, powdered glass, sand, chalk or v.'u.mg, colored with posto, red lead, smalt, or prussian blue, tho whole being Ruspendod or t, In nu emulsion of glua. On tho nitre is ultnort exclusively used in place of oidoratoof potash; hence tho continental raatciiM lack tli9 sharp detonation which tho Ignition of tho British luclfer. os4 which seems to bo t.o dear to tho ears of tho British workman but so very distasteful to U more sensitivo organs of tho British burglar. A proper order must bo observed in U9 commingling of materials of this nature, othvrwiso U19 "coinno mixer" becomes a hiwr to tho neighborhood in which ho works. Tho chief risk which the mixer runs And which ho shares with tho dippers niiij tin boxers, ailaes from tho action of tho fumos of phosphorus upon tho teeth and bora, and especially upon tho jawbone. Fbatopionu, more particularly among tho scrofulous and unclean, tends to set up necrosis of tho bono until, in' some cases, tho lower jaw entirely disappears. This evil may bogwmtly minimized by attention to cleanll-and ventilation, and ia tho larger works, whore proper precautions aro taken, cases of "lucifer disease" aro now comparatively rare. Tho composition, in a posto state, i3 poured, a lssUoful or so at a time, on a horizontal slab of ktonu or metal, kept at a regulated temperature by means of a steam or water jacket and is spread out to a layer of uidform depth by a gauge or "doctor." The dipper then inuuarwos tho ends of the splints on ono sido y of tiio f ramo in tho viscid maas and transfers tho clamp to an iron frame, arranged something liko a wino bin, with tho dlnpotLonds downward so that tho composition gradually sets forming a well rounded head. IIo then dips n second clamp and traitsfors it in liko manner to tho framo until he'h in this way dipped the wholo batch on H4 sido only. Uy tho timo he has finished, tho steads first dipped are usually hard enough to allow of tho clamp being reversed and tho othir ends dipped; each splint, it being forming two matches. Tho dipped clawjH aro allowed to remain in tho drying chamber for soma bouts, tho time varying with tho humidity nnd temperature of tho mr, until tho heads are Kulllckintly set to allow of tho bpllnbi being cut and tho matches boxod. A cle'er dipper has been known to dip 4,000 frames in a day, that is, hi round mntOars, eomo b,O0O,OUd niatches. Tho noxt ojwratlon consists in dividing the cpliuts and boxing tho matches. When sufficiently dry the dipped splints nro released front tho clamps and taken to benches at wbiah stand a number of girls, each provided with a hinged lever knifo and n supply of empty boxes. Iho boxer throws back tho knit, wires a number of tho splints lying l sida kur her sense of touch tells her to n match or two whether sho has tho required number places them oh tho wooden support carrying tho kulfe, slings a weighted cord air them to keep them in position, and, with n downward stroko of tbo knifo cuts throegu tho 70, 60 or 100 splints. As sho again throws back tho knifo cbo seizes ono of tho boxes before her and drives hit it, with n single stroko of tho hand, its coijJ'inent of matches. A very considor- aUt number or matches are iiccessaiily lost In this operation; If tho nmtehea aro at nil "qulok" or "tender" tho friction of tho heads against each gthur in tho cutting and boning not unfrequentiy causes tho ignition of tho wholo batch. As tho girls are paid by tho number boxed, their teiupjin are occasionally sorely tried, particularly on a hot summer uftcrooon; "boxers," as ft dasvbclng especially sensitive on tho siibjert of thermal nttnojphtrlc disturbance. Tho etoxtcrou.1 rapidity and courage with winch thoy will tackle u coiiilagmtioti on their bench would extort tho admiration of Capt. Shaw' smartc.it hands. Although it occuwMtially hapiiens that the whole of a half-day- 's mako will ignito In tho drying chamber, fires nro by no means so common iu match making works as niight bi Imagined. A pbntsful i;;ily of row'jut li. .rhkli to bury Ualamul spjktti r.i.l promptly stop the tho rjiroail of tho burning. Tho making of nutch boxes U tuuaty, at If&stjpl&eiusjof the larger wtrks, carried onouuiilu tho factories and lit tho homes of tho oivratiTOs. ' Tho manufacturer .uppllca a mlJsltamtt with tha required number f 'skiMo," labels and "bands," to dUtiibuto w tho woman and children who aro niajnly in tho work. Euormou quantities of theso hero aro tnado In tho' poorer districts of Itotlmkl Ureon and in the noighborhool of Botv. mi largo numbers aro imported, ensa "wUIjIu i.uv, fan jrway ar.d HwuLa uin-gen- ta dls-sol- rl con-tinon'io-4&- r, w immo-dictothalf-opone- d (Klwtrable, Tho .splints ore nest fitted cither into "fnrmicV or "clamps," or Into "colU," nnd nro so placed that each guint is separated from ju uolghbor by n space sufficiently largo to prevent tbo tipping composition cementing tho wholo together at tho ends. The modo of filfc'ag tho frames writs in different works. Oocnslotmlly tho splints nrofcliglitly charred nth?ond by being pressed upon a heated iron nlate, Thev aro next dipped into a thin layor of melted parnfllno vax or exudo paraf fin sonles, when they nro rouuy to do uppeu wM tho inflammablo mixture. The paraflluo is nicusary to insure tho ignition of tho wood, ns probably not ono match In fifty would take fire without its Intervention. Formerly sulphur was exclusively employed for y tho brlmstono this purposo, but ri matches tiro only preferred by sailors, nnd cabmen, ns, from tho low Igniting poiut of sulphur, thoy ore not so readily cxtingukhod by tho.wiud ns tho ordinary Irioifer. Tho exact nature of tho "comix)," as tho ipsltiug mixture U tenned in tho language of tho factory. Is among tho special arcana of a to-dalamp-UgLtii- picker's homo can bavo no Idea of Its tordld-nceIts stench, its rcpulsivcnaa to all tbo sense. M. Laluislem's bouso ts in Colombcs, a suburb situated about ilvo mlloi front Taris; it is built on a road that is lined bare and thcro only with ragpickers' huts. On entering tho gate nt tho front yard of 1L Lolul-slere- 's property my oyo fell on a plkt of resting two pigs, a manure, on which dog, neat and two of tho younger children, too thinly clad to cover their nakednass. By the sido of this was a stagnant pool fermenting in tho sunlight and emanating a horrible odor waved to tho surface by tho motion of two or three swimming ducks. Near by was a nest of rabbits grovollng in tho mud busy eating decayed cabbago leaves. Under an open shed sat tho threo oldest boys picking from and sorting that morning's ban-ar- t Tho odor arising from tho garbage boxes. that harvest had no resemblance whatever to that of new mown hay. Picking my way through all that filth, I ventu.vd Into the houso; it consists of two rooms; tho parents' bedroom has a semblance of cleanliness nnd decency, but the other serves ns a kitchen, dining room and bedroom for tho boys, nnd depository of a mountain of damp rags w hloh probably bavo served for nil purposes in tho world. Now thoso five children sleep on filthy, shcotloM beds next to that mountain of offenslvcnoss, nnd tbero Is never anything the matter with them; they havo never been HI an hour; no doctor has over entered that house; tho boys are hearty, strong mid rosy. Perhaps wo can infer from thnt that cultured children of cultured families aro really too well taken caro of; that if they were las packed In cotton, less watched In their little nlllngs, their pulsa les3 felt by tho doctors, allowed to run moro loosoof alltho restraints of refinement end education, tho raco would lw lessnervou3 and sufler less from poverty of Mood. French families, I know, on nn average iuno but ono and two children apiece, nad they spend their lives in killing them with care. Paris Cor. Brooklyn Eagle, s. "Woli-to-do A person who has novcr visited a rag- Be Warned la lime. Kidney diseases may be prevented by purifying, renewing, nnd Invigorating tbo blood with Aycr's Sarsaparills. .When, through debility, tho action of the kidneys U perverted, theso organs rob tho blood of its needed constituent, albumen, which is passed off In tho urluc, while worn out matter, which they should carry off from '.he blood, Is allowed to remain. By the me of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, the kldntji nrc restored to proper action, and Albuminuria, or Jrsr Thursday, .October 2!, 1886, CUstiitlogof I) head o iataale lrprrsntatlTC Ibclr ticrdi; of sj (ennerelalTrtTeldre. Tke liar trill ranJn of tlqaor. and CUar. IIUVKIW (HIDU Krpt. and Wan I., 11 John Hay, who, after being President Lincoln's private secretary and passing somo years In diplomatic service in Paris, Vienna nnd Madrid, entered journalism, regularly, 1 on Tho Tribuno in 1S70. IU did some excellent work there and was much liked In tho office, but confinement nnd labor told on bis by no means firm health. IIo enjoyed sociability nnd general society much better than his desk nnd lato hours. Honeo It U not surprising when ho had an opportunity to marry a very rich nnd hamlsomo girl, Miss Clara Stono, daughter of Amasa Stone, of Clove-lano who had not long since committed from temporary derangement, that ho should avail himsolf thereof. Hay's health ha3 not been impro ved by wedlock nor has his Industry. A very clover, Interesting writer, he has applied himself very Httlo to manuscript making during the pa&t ten years. Many icrsous pronounce him s Inzy; but ho is not well, and his estate, involving tovcrnl millions, which d, sul-cidfather-In-law'- JOHS HAT. St. Lambertf, St. Holiera, ' Signals, Commassit, OilJcroya, OTJie from And other leading strains rcrreteattJ, titrJu.., nil u r UltiAinttluua - n lMrtitnt .nllrrr. i, if31o jaPOsjitiTro Kor Catalojues on illrt to fontumrri uc. prnonal or faintly tddrtn rrtitJent Board of Manscers, J.S.8TOI.L, Islington, Kr. Brighfs Disease prevented. Ayer's Sarsaparllla alio prevents inflammation of the kidneys, and other disorders of these organs. Mrs. Jaj. W. Weld, Forest Hill St., Jamaica Plain, Mass., whites: "I have had a compiles-tio- n of disease, but my greatest trouble has been with my kidneys. Four bottlot of Aycr's Sarsaparllla made me feel like a new person; as well cud strong at ccr." W. M. McDonald, id Summer st., Boston, Ma;s., had been troubled for years with Kidney Complaint. By tho me of Aycr's Straparllla, he uot only Is L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R, R. -- ttnrd thr markrt of tlir Wo , u, yllt mall n cop ivjlU; ail,l. a,,. JrrM wpon rxiK-ii- lr.rj"roatalu IllMIKH nnd mlr, you Rtra tiart dm, tat, cost r.f tttry-thln- B Urlnk, rrur, or T,,h' TI,MC "VAJltllUl all &u,U fur Trlto l.ov Iu K lr,,J. liifonti.itl.n Ton. of mailing. li lUsprctfiilly, i rrlpt of ll)t.hear u. rirfi-t-y frtm 111. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 27 & 820 WoJbAMh .lYcnup, CWeao, 11IK UBKiT- - TUR0U0II TRUNK LIN1 io Title "JlUC-Gl-HHM L1.I ICutllO." Shortest and Quickest Honto from Oeu tral to oil Pointa Horth, Last, West and Eoathwcst. Fast Liu Iktwrrn occupies, of nceesrity, a goal deal of time. Ho seoins to bo suffering from a kind of melancholia, which is a distinct dfeeae, though ho may havo physical ailments ns welL Tho "Ufo of Lincoln," on which lie has been engaged for years with John G. Nleolay, also a former s.'retary of tho great president, advances with remarkable slowness. Somu iersoiu doubt If Hoy will over fh:Mi hi part of tho work becnuso he is so dilatory, ,ho manage, SOUTH & WEST -- ' 4 STItll Prevented dleaio from a&uralng a fatal form, but was restored to perfect health. John Hi? Pullman Palace Sleepers. ftaiiitnille 41 Dust for Dressing tVmiiiili. In a paper read before tha last mooting of tho Pennsylvania State Modical society, Br. liewson, of Philadelphia, stated that for sixteen years ho ha1 usod different kfads of earths ns topical applications in diseases which involve tho skin. He had used it in tho form of pasto and dusted dry upon tho skin. Clay lias proved to bo tho beat application. Following its application in oases of smallpox, measles; scarlet fever, erysipelas, otc., ho hod always noticed a direct and rapid reduction of temperature, a dissipation of local setiMtions, pain or distressing a diminution of the duration of tho alluring of tho intenso disease, nu general or constitutional cymptoras, a prevention of complications which so frequently occur as to havo long been recognized as characteristic of each special disease and tho destruction of all contagiousness. In tho various forms of scarlet fovcr, ns well as in Gorman and French measles, Dr. He wson dusts tho powdered earth all over tho skin. In oiysipelas and smallpox tho clay is mixed with water in a glass or china dish with a wooden spatula until a smooth pacto is formed, which Is applied directly to tho skin. A marked increase iu tho tmperaturoof tho dressing is appreciable nt first, which lasts until tho clay has lxjonmo dry, which Dr. Howsou recognizes as indicative of tho severity of tho dlseaso according to its stage, nnd ho is always satisfied with that taken at tho end of twenty-fou- r hours tho greater reduction showing tho greater destruction of the morbid progress. Exchange. IVorklngmcn Aiaonff tlin fit.it ties. Mr. Leonnrd Volk, tho sculptor who is engaged iu mounting tho casts iu tho Minneapo lis exposition art gallery, is frequextly inwardly convulAcd at tho tuilvo criticiims-o-f tho w orkmen who nssht him in tho delicate operation. Tho ignorance of theso gentlemen in art matters is not confined to tho "nude iu art." Thoy utterly fail to grasp tho wholo situation. They do not sea what Is tbo uso of mutilated statues at all. As to their remarks on tho nude figures, they would bo qulto pertinent If applied to anything elo tliaM "divino art." As it b, tJioy are inappropriate, if not blasphemous. Somo of theso workmen bavo so Httlo reverence for the clasbic and antiquo that they mako rudo uso of tho statues to lxing their clothes upon. Thoeffoct is somuwliat startling. Augustus Caesar in a bobtail coat loses to bo a journalist bo was engaged on The Evening Pot married Senator Thurman's daughter, and journalisM has not bothered him sIiiom Sntlricul folic, who onco callod him Dick now refer to him as Senator ThurHo lives at Jamaica. I man's I., and nmiwes himself considerably wkh politics, being nn ardent Republican. Ho believe tint his health is not very good. My own opinion is tlmt a rich wlfo is not conducive to ouy man's health, particularly if bo bo a journalist William Henry Hnrlbert, a thorough by temperament, went over to England after tho salo of Tho World, of whioh 1m had been editor nnd nominally pro;rietor, and found a wifo, who, though nn American, has long lived abroad. That sho had money It Is needless to say, sineo nolwdy acquainted with Hurlbert would suspect him or marrying without strong pecuniary InHo was near CO at tho time, nnd ducements. nt such nn ago tho heart ia not susceptible, nor doos tho imagination easily take fire from tho other sex. Tho showy journalist has sceu a great deal of tho worst sido of life, and Is a gcnulno cynic. Ho has no faith in nnythlng, naturally, from his observation and Introspection, nnd he is convinced thnt selfishness Is the source of human action. His wife, a Miss Tracy, I believe, is 6ald to bo a fino and agreoablo woman, who, presumably, Is not tho bcbt judge of men. Ilurlbtjrt lias often declared thar Loudon ts tho only plaoo for a gentleman to livo, and ho has taken up his abodo there. Ho docs somo work, though ho is ailing, fornoino of tho newspapers hero, pref errinp, for obvious reasons, to keep up a, journalistic connection of somo sort. son-in-la- TMCIUIAX'a so.v-is-l.vRichard C. McCormlck, who used - McLclhin, cor. Bridge r.nd Third Lowell, Mats., writes : "For several yoarj and Kidney J suffered from "Complaint, tho latter being so severe st t., Kliuilai, to NunluiUo, .tloniphiu, ScbcJuls In KoVtt May KOCTII'IJOOKD. IC, life. tio. E DjppIa time that I could scarcely attend to my wcrk.' My appetite wa poor, and I nn in .tell emaciated ; but by using .IBobllu iiuit ffl ltrittttikv liilllo Kotk. ow OrlcaiiH. to polnti In Kb747 K57T"i li" Hun hi. Lie. OnTlnton. " Kal mouth .. " Cynthlana Arr. " Laxlnstoa... tuD.I Dallr Oolj occ diADe fails. AYER'S Arkansas aud Toxas. a I"aris. L. tlncbcsUr. Arr. " nn arsaparnsa my nppetltc and digestion Improved, nnd my health has been perfectly restored." Sold by all Druggist. EMIGRANTS Writttt beuies on the line of this rosd wlllrecelTs special rates. Agtnta of ibli Company for rate, routes 4c-- , or writ C. P. ATMOKE, O. P.AT.Aj LoulsTills, Kr " 8Unhr. Ltb, lUcbniouJ... Arr. lWrM,... 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"orton, Somcrvllle, Mass. : ' I havo used EUsWfWsttiuslVHtW esiwUlsMllssW I A1 Arr. CoTlDton Lts. . Lt Paris .. Cmthlatu .. " Kalmauth .M , riu... 10 pm 0 J 10 p nil 7 00 JOpra 45 S3 59 47 S 00 sui,.. an'....., re i. .... . . M . ...... 1 J X 6 00 P a ini.a s 30 a mi 3 ml S 55 a ml 4 m,IO Ola ul 5 ai It SO a ra 6 m in 7 25 t .m 40 17 pm pm pm 45 pm WATVII.LK mtA5CHk Interior Journal STANFORD, KT. Hoaru-Uocjf- Dally ! Ex. Huo.lEi. S ln7 bua. pn larny W. P. WALTON, PrtVr. ertry ".till0 Arr Snilprsburg...M.M... " Carlisle " Johnon.. Lra CoTlnstoa. Is publlsUvd EDWI.V L. GODKI.V. Oflttlnc Her Waked Up. Not another word, Mr. Nitcfcllow. Hush, I implore you. I had no idea you wero going to ask such a question. I shall never marry. He You lovo another. Ill Sallcate Apology. ' "I love no one." Robinton is short sighted and wears specta"If jrou aro determined, there is nothing far cles. Going nleng tha Strand ho trod on tLo foot of a very pretty young lady. "Awkward mo to do but to go back to my first love, Miss fellow," said she, "don't you seej And you Peacbo." "MlssPcachoI O, how I detest that girl." wear spectacles, too." Robinson smiled sweetly "Sho fa tho loveliest, most beautiful, most as ha contemplated tho injured member. "L beg your pardon, madam," said he, "but I " Stop! I will bo your wife." Omaha should nocd a microscope to see your foot" World. Now York Han, Henry Word Beechcr always drinks wine Pike's peak has been climbed by 1,550 nt dinner and supper. persons this season. Tho largest hotel in tho world-- at Rock-awa- y Everything good in a man thrives best when Beach itauds vacant this season. properly reoognized. J. G. Holland. Sho ' all tho dignity of the Roman emperor, and degenerates into the semblanco of a ward politician, whllo tbo Venus do Milo In a Derby bat nnd cardlgam jacket looks like an advanced apostle of women's rlghu; and tho Apollo Bclvidero in a stand-u- p collar and bluo speckled tio becomes a modern dude. The ancient heroes nnd goddesses are much moro interesting m their original summer clothes than when thus decked out in modern toggery. St. Paul Pioneer Pros. Tlmos. Edwin L. Godkln, wh'lo editor of Tho Nation ho now controls The Evening Post, tho dally edition of The Nation mado a desirable mnteh with Miss Pooto, of Now Huven, v.bleh Is supposed to havo boliied him materially in conducting that omniscient and inflated wuekly. An amicable and accotn-plLriilady, sho died somo years since, and tho widower married ngnln, his sucoml wife having considerable money. Paul Dana, son of mid successor to Charles A. Daniiof Tho Sun, is tho husband of tho daughter of William Rutler Duncan, who, albeit a broken banker, Is thought to havo a liberal supply of money, prhnis through Ids wifo, not n member of tho Ann, ami therefore not resixKi'.iblo for its manifold debts. Paul Dana haj n ti.h father, if tX),UX) income may bo con. idered rich , but, uot IxJng very vigorous, ho has no objection to u financially comfortablo wife, too, I hupjxjMi. ( Hurold Godwin, younger son of Farko God- is n joumsiKt when strong enough to wia, work on Tho Comniomal Advert iscr, vhich is only at intervals. Ho is tho of Henry G. Mnrquand, tho wealthy banker, who, with tho jiaternal Godwin, owns the paper with which he is spasmodically cono tracted. His delicate health Is another ofythe hygienic disadvantage of possess ing nrtcu wile. 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