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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886102201 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 VOL. XIV. rttbUnhctl TtieMilrttn ami Frttlny -- AT 0 rXj rS km COUNTY. In 18? tiMiu Jumfnai r& RE.IOIOUS. vq(ik ':. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1886. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN NO. 170. 83 IHUA.NNUM,OAWlI. understood If wecredlt that Jl.50 will b pected tod demanded. ex- W. P. WALTON. 'Oh, I Dainty Whlto Silk Hose. am espied tha.t whlto flocking?, are coming Into fashion ipirl'' cxcUlmtd n Udy tho other nj an ahe gi zed at n Utg box ol newly Imported ai:ken hosier, nil in delicate hnilr of white and crcttii ' I have been n martyr to blacfc slocking' for mine two yean now, bernuso one can not be out cf fahion, Tou know, oven ihouch it wjuM ha an untold Meeslnr." After tmrchailnr; n hnlf dxn pv.Ua, eonie pure white, othrra with black, ecirlet or yellow clocks itnd dole, she left tha More with a eMitfhd otnlle "Whnt I) thtra dlaicecable ebout bliok alocklnK?'' asked the reporter. "Why, don't you know that the dye cornea cfl, and specially during warm weather. UdocsMiot acorn to tnako nny difference whether the hoaiiry in of Cio finest ailk or the warruiat cotton, the dye cornea cfl on the akin, and what t more disagreeable, ia not easily removed. A la dy who waa in here a half hour nijo told tne that her little (jlrl'a feet had not been white for a whole year, and yet ahe bjujht her several pair of black "locklnc. "Are white one, really ftahionable con? Vy, of courae. AM Relish women hare discarded the black onca becaure the Prln-ce- a of Wrilc no longer appear in them, but we am pure silk llilbruunn of enow-whi- te color. Her dauchtcra follow her lead and it would be rather difficult 1 find a wjman of fashion iu London to day wear-ic- p eloaJtlugs mike black hosiery. tha fret Innk smaller and do not roll so easily, and for thai reaeoa I Ley hare r malned In favor n lonij lime. Thia warm weather, howerer, makes many converts to the lighter color, and now lht they are the more fissionable It will not take long to turn the tide in their favor. Fomo of the neweit white hosiery are of f-Gnmt allk or Llale thread, with open work over the instep. 0.heri of the esrue material are marked with a dmgun or rnakfl in black, gold, rcirlet or nouie other Tir!d c I" and.'rhile unique, thwe are not at all beautiful. Tiny polkadota, but ter tl e, bumble-beand forget-mncti areacaltered orer thrao new atockine, and otheri hare elmulated ankleta of (Ilk with ruble, of aapplrrea faalcned in them. The cream Iltlbricgan are among the cheaper kinda, and are considered far more comfortable and healthful than the jet black onea, which hare had a Ion; and aucceiaful r!icn, but tuuit now abdictte in favor of anow white.-fFaabEx. e ion The ladies of the Uuristian church are preparing to glte an oyster supper for the benefit of the church. Dito will be announced next wek. Mrs. Ei?z Carson has been employed as sexton of of the ChrMIan church. Mrs. E W. Jonei ia now anltled by MIs Kittle Douglai in her millinery and dreas making eatabliahment. There was prayer meeting nt tho Bap-tu- t chinch Monday night, Wednesday night and to night. On to morrow night Rev. Mr. Oreeu will brgln a protracted mestlnp, agisted by Iliv. John II James. Lt Sejtt, who hut been in very bad health 'or eome time paU, has ontirely lost hU reason and win this week taken to a hospital in Wellington City to bo taken caro of, Two officera belonging to the regiment in which he formerly served were ordored hero to wait upon him and accom pany him to tho cUy. Mr L'tcien Liihsy ha4 rented Mr. J. F Iloldain'rt property on Himeraet elreet Mr. Will Buchanau and wife have moved back'to Their pretty little home on IV me. teryatieet, where Mr Lalcy ha been liv ing. Mr. John B tiler 1)M hxight of Mias Jennie Buchanan for $003 a atore room' on Main street and tho room nbovo it. Tho lovrlif t thing we ever saw in the ehepe of a rilk quilt is om made by Mlat Ijuana Jam cm. It U ootop.ced of thirteen bandoiaoellk handkerchiefs -- given to her by as many frlendi-es- ch a different kind and handsomely cmbroidrred by her. They are arrani(ed in n diagonal form, thui waking nine polnU to the quilt, fnui etch of which hang two ailk btlli It U bound with aheAvAilk AurJ and lined with aoir-le- t aatln closely quilted in iquirci. It ia Indeed a bosutr. We are not given to en vy, but we do wUh it Ixlongod to u, or onejuit hko it. Pretty Ml e Alio Ward, of Livingston, i the gueit of hr ootMina, Miaie 151. Un and Salllo Ward. Mrs. Ssott Farris has ntfurnod from Ilarrodihcrg, where ahe baih'Oii alletKlini: her rick filler, Mm. Middltloa. Mra. O.D. Hopper, of Btau ford, his bom vhiti g her mother, Mrj W, M. Higginr, thia week, and bjth were the guesUof Mr. KiIb Krhert. Mr Scott Farrin' sun and daughter, from Louisiana, nraona vi'itl) him. Mr. Stark Fiih ia epvndiog a (vt days with the folks at home. Mr. John Shtw 15 Imialon has gone to Branford, FloriJi. Mr. Pobert L., Davla, ore of our moit worthy and talented young men, ha aceepi.) a lucrative pol- tlon at Jullico in the rervice of the L. & N. Kiilroad Company. abor band writer wtys thai it would be a genuine klndne lo many poor boys and cirls, if the fact could bs printed that the supply of etencgraphera ia largely in excess of tho demand. Kicouragrd by tho comfortable silaries which aome skilled atecogrApheia earn, thousands literally thousands -- of boy a and girl in nil our large citifj hayo etudied or nro studying shorthand. Not many of them oan hope for litualiona. Toe fact ahould also be tub liabed that the so called school, of atenog uphy which advertire (bat titer will e cure good situation for all of their gradu ates are dtlusionj and snare. Their main purpoee is to get the aspirant started, get hi money, and give him a smattering of A ol The Democratic Com mittee. You are requested to meet at the office of the Intkmor JotmNAi, at 1 o'clock Nov 1, county court day, on important burineas. The chairmen of the in each precinct are aleo requested to attend J E LUNN, Chin. W. P. WaUoo, Set's. Bf know nothing of the internal management of n magtztne to bo told that it goo to proa thrro montl beforo a copy is to be eeen on the stand. It is now the middle of Cotobtr. The editor has finished his labors on that number, ie very nearly through with that of November, ie cju idering tho minor artio ea To Tho Members n. II. TAYLOIt, 3FOK SAIiiE iniiA frn-atore-rot- Usv. A. 8. Moffett, of Stanford, will Of LOGAN COUNTY. Is a CandMat'e or the office preach at McKinney next Sabbath at 3 oreaperinttndant of 1'ubllo Instruction, subject .u iub vciuwrauooiaiflwoaveniion. desirable residence with soven rorai and porch' o'clock in tho afternoon, aiauie, sjioke bous, jeii ui water ai me Ac. About an acre of ground In thn lot. For The Kev. Colby, of the Mcthodht Ml. Vrf. jXIjIUILU, "t., IT'7 " ! lc- church, has won 12 confersions iu a three Agent for J.R.AItord. For Sale af a Bargain. """ cek' meeting at Columbia. It in estimated that 00,000 gallons of uped wine ore annually S'.nU-a in the United Ituatod plko. 1 rVah n.ih.r.l nn - ui.ni.Kl It may surprise those who for sacramental purpoee. Tho Chrlntian Church Convention of the United States met at Kansas City Tucj-da- y with about 1,000 delegates in attend, iao two now In HlanJord, on .?.n.?lf MIIiXsjCBTEKY. I am dally opening an rlcaant llneot Fall ery, lnclml Ing all Millin- OajBlAT A. Hnn. 1 IlTlnJ' gojth and rjomi over same. aide of Mala street, built br Aim t ha tillr vmI.I- -- tn MklH '"" J HUnford, Ky. ll'HliE V, Tho Latest Noveltios of the Season. Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars Pnp..r, Tt....t. and fjuir.. v.... wltl And me at the rooms lst'ely racat'od by 8ml-le- y A Warren, next iloor to the Myers Houie. ii.jiA.MS JJUltuiiltAIC. .viu SrXSWCOiNUfi MOTETS ance ol A of on SpiendidJ)pportunity A splendid Bbe.'Jrass Farm Irom Staword for December, and knows his ciitif coutrio utions for January. Tie first two or three Articles for the latter month ara in typo and their engravings havo been made, and a single preaa has b;gun its imprjMiona on tho first sign. turn. Tha'. will probably take it three week, and by tho time it bewill hear gin on tho second another pre it company on the third eignaturo. Press alter prow will be added until at the end (hero ere elx or seven going at once, the lael form bln' duplicated or Iripliciled by means of electrotyping. Articles aro ac ccp'od nnd drawings and engravlucs made for tikotckta .that will not nppenr for six or eight inonthn. at old fellow, how are you? Ju.u heard that you had gone into tbo newspaper bus A Jones-H- Faik OrFitnoF ExciiArac inrs. Smith per. Yes, just bought a country Thia oflhe is just now getting out tho minutes of the Sunday-SchoInstitute held hero last M ly . Wo do not know what ratieei the delay. A. It. Penny tlpgrapbtd from Louis ville 7eatorday that tho Key. Mr. Elsom would preach at tliollipllat church at 11 o'clock next Sunday. Ke7, J. C Randolph, of Danville, and A, C. Grave;, of Lebanon, will dedicate the Union Chrel of the Presbyterians and Baptists at Biadfordtville Sunday next. The meeting at the Christian church has resulted in the return to the fold of Mr John Q. Sirgeant, who has for 20 years been wandering from the true path. Sir-vicare held at 10:30 and 7 dally, and will be until further notice. The R:v. Dr. Ba 1, of Buffalo, who was so active ip tho campaign of 1SS1, baa received a certilhate of good character frcm thp General Conferenco of Baptiets inarr-il- on at Marion, O. Mr. Bill ie evidently preparing to hurl sosio literary bombs into e Tp Kt a good homo. Producttvo and irrau. ia a gooa ceignLortiood. Altogether a most destrab'e nomo. Oil) on c Or foriale, 1i tulUs Hit Acres, Lick turnpiko. trie Knob J.V.OirsjJUY, Stanford, Ky. .. II'. 1'KXMXOTOX, Ml1 VERNON, KY. n Hotel Is still uatn-talnlncl- ta fina rnnnUtlnn rk....j.u.irf - reaaonaoie. Bpcclalattcntlon to the traveling public 83-6- $tore-ISoo- m JFor IBciat IN STANFORD. Storc-Hoo- This old and Tho Uaydcn the test In Stanford, In locitton an I arrangement. Applr to 4t Mt, Vernon, kj. 1 ir. a. wEi.cu, Stanford, Ky. Towu Isot For ale fc.,,i,prf."!n,Vt.ofMr' w privately JB. "H. .FOX, Anderson, Icffsr bis neat brick houss and lot of ATcnua ,n Stanford. The rJacS'!0i,.?2n,WMt necessary loiproTements and la r. torZlsJdVo'it C" a ad Jrc" "9 at 8Un-m'- " J'. 31. JtcItOREllTB. ' n The Photographer, I . ii ville, .... JHTy. WUOLE3ALE TIMBER & LUMBER, 22 West Swan Frames Made to Order. Lincoln Circuit Court. W. W. Johnson va. Jennie Johrston. On petition. Street, pa- BUFFALO, ar. Y. Highest cash price paid for White Ash, Black thocsnvaeaof 188S. A rase convention of the Sunday-schowill be held at the Chrielian church at Hustonville, beginning at 7 thia, Friday, ols Jones That oil Hood enough. Why, I gutee you can give me an occasional pufl, then. Smith Certainly What aro' you busy with nov,? Jones I'm in the clothing baainces ready made clothing. Saiilh-H- t! Thcnlguet yen cm give me an cccaslrnal pair of ptnlp, then Jones Well, I dunco abont that It ciMte money to manufacture otothlng, you know. Smith Thai's true, and it costs nothing to manufacture newspaper. Tnon they pari. Fcc,,t,..0ik'.MaPIe' "tckory White A. 1S3-l- Walnut, and KedOakandaytamore. C. A fellow namoJ DjjoaU came Into New caatle, a local option town, got uproarloui ly drunk, ami II juristic J a bottle of whisky on the etrteta which he declared he hud bought in th ton. He wai arretted and taken before the police judge, who, after administering the oath to him. and on hia refuial to tell of whom he had procured the 1'qtior. fined hltu thrie dollan and committed him to jiil for contempt of court, with the notification that he would be kept in confinement until he divulged the name of tho law breaker. That judge'a head la level. He known hia duty and darta to perform it It would be well for all other local option town in Kentucky if they iiDiHraied a olice judge of eimil.ir (lazalte. grit.-Lilciifield Toe pisto then gota to the "pulling hooka," where for fife or six mlnutea it U pulled and turned. Thence it returns to the marble table, at one end of which there is a metal plate, kept hot, on which is worked the candy into its final shape. Stripes are preved into the batch, two feet long aud a foot thick, and it is then drawn and twisted till it ia the proper f!z) of ths penny "stick," tbo right length of which is clipped cfl by huge scissors. 1 Hhortband California'; latest eenution, a boy of 12 who ha "an eya that tela tire to every ob ject he looks upon," ia a very dangerous product It i not surprising to letrn that thi incendlarr optic ctuaod hi expulsion from a Stockton school, but it is qieer in this age to find magic rather thftn mischief the accepted explanation of the tricks of a bad rouncster.'Myaterioua fire, have aome If all ihti incident of the Cimletcn times puzzled K latern citle, but have fi lal cir.hquake ehould be collected and print ly been traced lo a bor'a lunds rather than ed they would make interesting rending his visional organ. 1 be poet speaks metOn a of the Intent published relate to a aphorically of "fire In each eye," but Muyoung couple who were courting when tho ter Willie Brough'd exploits will land him shock liked the young rain's anpaaratics and proceeded to put Ids honc3'.y to a peculiar Bolh rough and dressed. Prices on everything ns civil service examination. After gaining Low as any his confidence he told him of a plan he had 1 solicit ashsreor your patronage, Respectfully, for making money by a abort but very dis JT. Jl. IlItCCE. honef, method. The young man declined to be a parly to any such an arrangement. -- IHK Tho old man plesdtd that scores of men cc cupying high positions bd made their start iu precisely such a way. The KHOM WIIK.NCK young man. was as firm a a reck. The No Travel?r Koturiw Sick! 1 understand," said one traveling man young man ia now on hia svay to Europe to Philadel-phian- . In these tlgbt Umea each buyer ahould consult to another "that you have met with an af- Attend to the business of the rich his own lntertsts. Why ahould you giro one merchant POc for an article when you can bur the fliction recently." aame thlnz from another tor toe. To do this la not In 1810 one bushel of corn would bay Justice to yourself or family. "My mother-I- n law died. That's all to get in ids odo pound of rails, in 1SS6 one bushel fit articles. next place, you stiouIJ be sure price. goju 'What were her last words to you?" NoPoor goaJ. are dear at any "When ahe fo'ind that ahe had to go ahe corn wilt buy 'en pounds of nails. In 1810 where la this more so than In Medicines. Yo a might as well pay 50a an ounce tor eaw dust as fo called me so her and gave me a parting a pair of woo'en blankets coat as much as a Inert modlclncs. Bourne has lust ol ahotbynayin that I never appreciated cow, 1SSG a cow will buy fiye pairs of wool icines of all kinds. received his large stockfromMedETory article fresh the and cheapthe her. Then, as If to show how blameless eu blanket?. In 1S10 It rtqmred 01 bush- manufacturers. Ho now hasshow nicestarticles, caso Ac, est selection of fancy goods, she wae, eho said that it did'nt make nny els of barley to buy one yard of broad Ac. TbecslebratedLamsro's Snectaclea and eya a specialty. Tho best brands buahela of barley will glasses OTery can warranted. Splendid ol mixed difference, af she had forIren me and all cloth, 1SSG eixty-fou- r Jewelry, paints englcrs' goods, artists' the rest of her enemiei. She even said buy thirty yards of hrod cloth. In 1810 sewing machine goods, lamps, goods, chromos. frames, brushes, mVj ol she wat.golot; to heaven and would await it took twenty doz:n eggs to buy one bufh all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for the el of salt, in 1SSG twenty drzen eggs will dear grandmas, malie n aunts and tho smartest bamv coming." by In the business all at buy ten bushels of salt. In 1810 it requlr you di?' "What did M, L, Bourne's New IDruff Storo, "I gavo up my pew at church, look to ed one bushel of wheat to buy one yard of Dr. btau ford, Ky, swearing and have had myeelf nrrested calico, in 1830 one bushel of wheal will I'm bound I buy twenty yards of calico. twice for arson an 1 murder. Q o won't ee her again." Ducken's Arnica trado In her own name and illipose of her property by will or deed. . uvt vuvvu Mat SJUSIkU VI ItttU U.ilUU UC The Northern Presbyterian Synod is in publlflhol In tbo Interior Journal, a Dewjpapcr eeafion at Princeton. It coneials of 61 nisMtahewl In Glitifnt.l 17 J IU(. ICU uai Q. I'mwiisuvu au jiuuwiU) JAMES P. BAILEY, minlstero And C C17 communlcante. Of the IC5-Clerk Ltncaln Circuit Court. 510,500,000 contributed last year by the .MACS BltUCE'3 church this Synod gavo 117,000. The ial of the General Aeeembly will be & celebrated in Philadelphia in 1SSS and an eflcrtaisde to ralfo 5,000,000 to endow all -- I have now SricK Cakdy. The "stick" candy which the board of tho Cornell. The next meet of the Synod will bo at Lsbansn next A Full Lino of Whoat Drill3 and seem to be an indigenons American pro- ing ' othor Agrioultural Imploments, duct, is ordinary "A" sugar boiled down October. with water and little cream of tarter to pre-- Besides a A nice little story cornea from Maine vent crystalizition. The mass is taken in abjut a young lawyer and a ilch man from Pall Line ol Buggies and Wagons about fifteen pounds to a car-bi- o Philadelphia, who met him at Poland Imtable, whero it ia knoided like bread, Spring Toe rich man wanted to ceod aome Alwaya on haid. In connection with plement buslncis, I nlil also carry a and the flivorlng and coloring worked in. 030 on whom he could rely lo Europe. He or noon mw . tf cen-tenn- night, nnd continuing till Ths pelltlonfrtbaTe this filed potl- night 1.f !.! tuin (n Hi. PI..V. aiHa nl dir r...- - their - . at 0 o'clock. Tho programme includes a said Jennie Johnston bo empowered to use. enjoy. number of addresses by competent Sunday-echo- aho may own or acquire, freo from tho debts or t ena a workers and a big basket dinner at """ kr Iia uu imuu, AM.4A cumrauB, sueanu mi liiialnttnl iu ujhso be sued aa a single woman, ol 1 - t Southern Atcnt, btanford, Ky. HIKE, WIMl MS I MISSISSIPPI -- VAltS?, THE- Si Kculuckj'N Uouie EhhI FOB Buggy Implement House. Washington, PULLMAN Nov? York. Philadolphia and SLBEW.V6 AND Thconly lino running AW CARS A SOLID TRAIN rsou Louisville, Olnolnuati & Lexington, Ey, to Washington Oity, bifheof uj Coiiilcto block Lumber, otic Tour nMrmit HliitnMi.. m. ..i.i.u. roe, General Agent, Lexington, liy . Tho Direct Eouto to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia buu iuuu urouoa roinis. For IfckAlM flnrl ttirtliAP Inln.m.H.. ..-!- -. Fnat Trains for Now York. iv Connecting In the same depot with ul. ' 112-l- W,ViE,Ci"l.AM M. W. MJM.EB, Fesldent. Uen'l Louiivllle, Pass'i Ag't. Er. to-d- ay Concert Grand, PI AZffOS ! Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. We are opening tho most carefully selected, the finest and best stock of PIAXOS AND ORGANS Ever brought to this city. Every instiument la the prldo of an artist and prices rjngo from 10 to 23 percent, lower tnan other dealers ask lor tha same goods. I'crsons ol musical and art culture Rr invited to an Inspection of thebeautlful, cultivated, refined tononud artist designs ol these celebrated Instruments: Tho Kiinbc. Iho Famous Decker Son, the rounlar Everett nnd Iho Ilcliablo Xew England Pianos, Tho Celebrated Olough and Warren and the John Church & Co. Organs. TorId-reno,Tuc- il Sahe .- nd prices. rir.ise coumunkato with us for catalogues, term H. emu. It ex'Ingul'hcd the llghtu, sooner in jiil thnn in a dime museum, nir with dint and jtmmed the doon ho thnl they would not open The raahed ti a window leidlng to young the piazza bit in the dark pluoged both hand into a hro plant urn full ol water. 9ari'ng back to tbo young lady, he threw 4U arm around her and aatd: ''Dirlloz, a tidal wave is camingl It Is already up to tho hindowl Lit u din together," in which portion they were found soon afterward l tho family. filled the d" are condensed in the following notico published in the Journal, of Walia Walla, W. T: "After living with W.O PooIe.M hie wife, for 21 hour, I hare found him to be a man unfit for the society of a decent woman and unworthy of my regard I have left him never to live with him again, I hereby notify all permne not to give him credit on my account, and alao charge persona owing me to pay him ho money. Mr. W. 0. Poole, formerly Luclnda 0 iflln " A romance and a tragedy An expert laundry woman recommends the um ol keroieno in fino ntnrch to make the lincu gloasr and to keep the iron from eticking. About half a tempoouful of ker oseao to atarch enough for tdx ahirtJ. The o3or evaporate entirely before the clothes are ironed. Etch molecule of etaroh aeeui ed to be surrounded with an Icfialtesimal-l- y thin pellicle of the oil, and the iran gild-- d over the bosoms, lsaving a smooth, olec, gloeey expanse. lawyer recently adver A lloiton, tiscd for an officii bov, A lew day after he received the following application: "Mister l want the job ml folks aint rich and i got to raesle they are del. It betes all how hard time ia i can do chores an lenrn fast. I wnt a ob in your office let ma in. Jimmy Carrlgan." Jimmy got the Ma. i'b When a man', religion gets so low down as to permit him to drop a bogus dollar ioto the collection plate an 1 take out fifty cents of good change we want to be out in the church vestibule ahead of him if we have left our umbrella there. An authority on the aubjeot aaya that the whole secret of political success is to know how to treat men properly. In that ciai the prohlbitloniita can never hope to aucceed Jeflermn Davla was admitted to ball on the sum of $100,000 and the following men acted a sureties on tho bond: Horace Gretley and Augustus Bcboll.of New York; Aristldee Welsh and David K. Jackman, of Philadelphia; W. H. MrFarland, Richard B, HaxalIsavDtvenport, Abraham War wick, Q. A. Myere, W. W. Crump, Jamee Lynn, J. A Meradlth, W. H. Lyona, John M. Bolts, Thomaa W. Doawell and Jarae Thoma, Jr., of Virginia. Uso Green Cough lUlisui far couba anil Pilce 80c For aalo by McRtfwrts A Htajj, Some Pkeaciiers1 Jojcis Thera was a meeting of the preacher of Lynchburg, Va , and when It was breaking up Dr. John n.annon could not fin 1 hi hal. Turning to the Ksv. K K Acreo he eaid: 'One of your Biptist? has my hat." "Then,', said Brother Acree, "your bat livs more brains in it than it ever had before " A ftiw days after that Dr. Hannon was passing by Brother Acree'a yard gate, and when urged to como in eaid: , "I am on mr way to preach " "You ctn't preach," replied Brother Acree. "So I felt (or a long time," replied Dr Hannon; "but since hearing you Itho other Religious day I havecba'ii:ed my mind." Herald. "No a'uthentic Chkist's Portrait picture of Christ." says the Independent, ''and no trustworthy description of His appearance hat come down to up. It is remarkable that tbo four Erangellsts should have agreed iu omitting just what every other biographer or novelist is careful to give. Nowhere have we a hint as to His personal figure or as to a lineament of His countenance. Some have guessed that He was fairer than nil the fair, and others have presumed that his countenance was marred more than any man; but no one knows. The conventional picture of Jesus, which seems to us Hie certain portrait, is not older than Michael Angelo." Tho twit Salvo In tho world lor Cuts. Brulsui Bores, Salt Rueuin, Kevcr Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no paj required. I, legnaranteei to glvo perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prlco 23 cents por box, For tale by Penny A MeAllstor. O 0 v d a rr Z B 2-- Interesting Experiences. Hiram Cauiorou, Furniture Dealorof Columbus, O., tclli blsrzperleuce thus: "For three years have tried every remedy on the market for Stomach and Kldnoy Disorders, but got no relief, until I used Electric Blttora. Took Ave bottles and am now cured, and think Electric Blttcrs the best BloTdPurlHertn the world." Major A. B. Iteed, oMYeit Liberty, Ky, used Kloctrlo Hitters for an old standing Kidney affection and says: "Noth lug has ever done mo ao much.tood as Electric Bitters." Sold at 50 ceots a bottlo by fenny A McAllstcr. A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. Cipt. Coleman, tear. Weymouth, plying between Atlantic City and N. ., had boen troubled with a cough ao that ho was unable to sleep, and was Induced totrr Dr. KlDg'sNew Discovery for Consumption It not only gave hltu instant relief, but allayed the extremo soreness In his breast Ills children w re similarly aQeclod and a single doso Had tbo same happy erfect. Dr. King's Hew Discovery la now the standard remedy In the Coleman household and on bord the schooner. Free Trial Bottle of thia Standard Remedy at Peony A McAllster'a Drug Store, Q o o 02 31 S a Stanford, Ky. Or ROSE It. niCHAUD, Ilefercuecs: Teuuy, Mrs. E. M. CarpenA. I'.. ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mooro and James littz-le- y, Stanfcra; Mra. Msggie llolrues. Crab Orch-nr- d; Gen. W. J. and Mlts Llzzlo JIuB-iua- u, II. A L. J. LOOK, Special Ag'ts. Lancatur, Ky. UMyr o 0. a O. & M. UH10 0 id fi ft O c i m i Mississippi il. w from a 03 O O O S s C Hj I hi j? B S- - 0 d Thcdlrect through lino and old established route Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Loui and all points in the West. IP CD Two (2) Dally Trains from Loulsvlllo to St. Loula. Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati to St. Louis. Only from Louisville and Cincinnati to 't. Louis. lo hours Tho Only Lino by whioh you can .got a Through Sleeping Oar From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. O ArlVr ts tbo only Ilnoruonlng XJ-lt- J ihrougb irons Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati to 8l. Louis, all other routes being wiule up of a c.omblnition or small roads. O J. Jja. o o e How Is your blood! Use Ureen'a For ssle by Mctloberts A SWgg at ft. 8aruparllli, 4 QSjSlLfW . WORLD "When ahe waa TThen Ilaby wm alck, wo gavo her CaatorU, a Child, aha criod for Castoria, It ia a had season of the year for work, ingmen to strike, unless their coals are In winter clothing rolJi. the cellar and --their trlpf. fir pr' Idad f ' Qreen'a Oolden Balm, aure cure for Catarrh at 80c, at McEoberte Jb 8tagg'a. and Qreeo'a Electric Oil cure all achea anJ palna. Fof u!e ty McEoberla A Btagg at 00c. When aha became Miss, aho clang to Castoria, Wken ahe had Children, ah gave them Castoria. .'.'.Goaairclal Csllega lllahcst H.aor . nd Ool4 Medal ore; stl .other Collects. "IxSSiSt- - UferamliieMEUU..oMJ.usJL Ox"". u rtacheneoiiilojfed. Inl .f rltUu.U II4,Tir.Wrlila( ni C41.VB. fWf t '.. L.w " Urculus fUiiil W. U. UiUI"Tl-r-- H IticluJIneTuliion.Suilonery ind Oottd.about ' . - 0. T- wl .'. '1- LilB3tan,a( ' '" A Mississippi Railway runs I'alatlal Bleeplnr. Cars onnlgfit trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cara on day trains; Elegant Day Coaches on all trains. Direct and close connections are mads In UNI03 DEPOTd with diverging line br thoO. A M, Hallway, thus arofdlng troblesome transfers by other routes. The Ohio A Mississippi Railway Is the only Ilea between Louiavllle, Cincinnati and St. Louis under one management, running all Us trains through tolid and in consequence is recognised First-Cla- ss Itonte between those Cities. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting Urea for full particulars as to ratca, time, maps, circular orany deilrsd informstloi, or write to HOST. H. FOHMAN, Trar. Tasa. Ag't O. A M. R'y.eoidtrtet, Ey. W. M FKAliO W.il.SHATri'fi. Tbo Ohio 1" ; . 'j- -. CuciunuCl, O. K.. s i, '' r TT ' JP s The shops of the Oilo penitentiary The most moral and burnedawuaicg a loss ,of 20,000 and a that we have read or a Ion time W. F.Norlon, n Louisville) banker, is great scare. were tbow adopted by tba Liquor Manu- dead. Editor' James W. Hopper was elected facturers at Chicago. They earnestly favor Toe KnlghtB of Labor have increased Grand Master by the Maaons In session at Octobor 22, 1880 temperance and strongly condemn intern Powderley's py to $5,000. Stanford, Ky., Louisville this week. perauce, acknowledge tho supreme duty of Hlrsh Bros. & Hlrsh A Lowenstlen, at General Sheridan haa baon directed by all erood citizens to obey the laws of the Nashyllle, have failed for $200,000. the Secretary of War to confine Geronlmo WALTON. W. P. country and condemn every violation of At Mt. Sterling 100 mulea brought and fourteen of hta warriors at Fort Pit law, but express an unalterable opposition from $30 to $130 and 200 sheep $1.60 to kins, Fla., and the remainder at Fort MariWM to prohibitory laws as an invasion of the DEMOCRATIC TICKET, on in the same State. rlghte of cltlzsns, therefore wrong in princi appointed U D. H. Maury haa been strike at Chicago was For Congre, Tho stock-yardpie and impracticable in policy. They S. minister to tho United 8tatoa of Columnot permitted to close without the loss of iudirae the high license system- and promiee bia. JAMES 1$. McCREARY. life, Terry Bsglsy having been shot and to co operate with the offiiora of the law to 01 Mad lion. nhtMcn in tilnminc herself over the killed by one of Pinkerton's force of police, prevent the Ibsuo of license to disreputablo fad that Prince Napileon U within her while another man, whose name is not replaces J. M. Athsrlon, of Lonisyllle, was gates. ported, was mortally wounded, Six of the meet Gov. McCrea- elected president of the association and J. CArx. Todd does not by 8enator Eimunda was police are held, charged vjlth the crime ry in joint debitc, but relies on the old re- D Pratt, of Kentucky, secretary. Tuesday by n the Vermont Legislature. Pniii-Cur- or Tho A negro woman named Winnie John over Ilia party publican plan of The democrats in the 11th district are large majority. son, from Henry county, this State, is on and effects always voles it full strength anyway, Mary Anderson, "our Mary," haa forof exhibition in a Cincinnati mnseum, who more especially will they do bo now that fir from bains confident of the election Major Bolts, but they should redouble their warded from Dublin, Ireland, $2,500 to the weighs 773 bounds. She is so large that they are buoyed with victory in thio and calamity as Charleston sufierers. she hia to bo hauled in a freight car and several other judicial diltricta. It behoove energies aud prevent such a AtOgden.Utah.Taeaday, tho fall of transferred in a four horse wsgop, as she be equally alert and the selection of Judge Finley. II was a democrats therefore Jo failure as a iudee and would ba a worse snow was so heavy as to interforo with the can cot get in a psaeenger car or a car He that their full yote is polled, I He re failure as Congrnainun. True, ho made uss of the telegraph wire. riage. She ia tho woraa mats of unwetlding publicans are making strenuous efforts to stock show begins fat ever teen. The Kansas City they some reputation as a terror1 to blind tiger carry the next Howe, and although and lasts a weetc. over j(,uw important cases of The Domocratic Slate Central Com do not appear to be making muoh of a menrbut in the more murder he did not show himrelf equal to in prizse will be awarded. mlttce met at Frankfort Tuesday to con fight in this district, they will be heard During the year there have arrived at slder the Rhea-Halsthe emergencies that arose: In fact, by trouble in the 3rd from all the same on election day. Of New York 334,015 passengers from foreign district. The friends of both parties agreed a:arcely a possibility of permitting bail in cases that it should not course there U ports, of whom 265,105 come aa steerage to refer the matter back to the Democratic electing their man, but over confidence has have been granted, he encouraged rather passengers. DEALER IN- District Committee and let them nominate lost many a battle, especially with General than aided in making murder odious. We The Supreme Court of Georgia has re- any one they might desire, Haleell and Aa between Knott know of,no better man to be permitted to Apathy in command, people turned a decision sustaining, in the most Rhea both to br allowed to enter the conand Morrow the district was only 1,020 stay at home and we trust tho Rood of the 11th will Bee that he ia made to do absolute manner, every feature of the pro- test. democratic; a small margin, when we conhibition law. It turns out that Major Wagner, who demo- eo. e sider that a hundred A Boston newspaper prints a list of the was appointed pension agent at Knoxvllle The Grand Lodge of Master Masons in county would more than tutu crats in each of San Francisco who are worth was a member of the Browclow Legislature the scale. We therefore call upon the aieslon at Louisville ia about as represen- residents tative a body of men aa could be assembled $1,000,000 and over. There are 104 of these that voted a price on Senator Harris' head. workers especially to be up and doing to individuals. The Senaior, having recommended him, tho end that the full strength of the party and we have the Louisville papers' word fortunate A sleeping car porters' association has has very naturally naked the president to shown at the polls. Gorernor Mo" for it that it is as fine looking aa it ia rep may be farmed In St. Louis. Nothing less withhold the com mint on till Wagner exCreary deserves an even larger majority resentative. There are 500 delegates in at' Wa observe that they have than a man's entire baggage will hereafter plains why he concealed that portion of bis than before and it should be the pride of tendance. be received as a tip. political record. eTery democrat to assist in giving it to adopted an important resolution which The steady advance of prohibition in The rains of the past month have proThe election.occura on the 2 J day reads as follow: The use of intoxicating bim. f duced through Middle Texaa the finest fall liquors as a beverage is the greatest detri- Kentucky ia shown by the fact that of November, eo there remains lees than 10 the counties of the Bute are now un- grata ever known, and cattle, sheep and days for work. Bee that they are used to ment to the growth and prosperity of the fraternity, therefore be it resolved that the der prohibition laws. hones are in splendid condition. In some W. B. MeKlNNEY, the best advantage. Balatiacn. be deemed a It is reported that the President will corn fields the grass overtops the corn JOHN 11K10UT, business of Baloon-keepiThe Louisville limes declares straight Masonic offense, and punishable as other desire the resignation of Hon. S. S. Cox as stalks, and enterprising farmers are preparout for John G. Carlisle to succeed Senator offemea contrary to the rules of the order. minister to Turkey in case that gentleman ing to gather a crop of hay therefrom. Beck, and adds that Mr. Beck's term does decides to stand for Congress. Texaa Farm and Ranch. The whisky men in convention at Chi not expire until March 8, 18S9, the day on The grading of the branch railroad Archblahop Purcell cine years ago which Mr. Cleveland will complete his cago, "viewing with alarm the spread of from Cave City to Mammoth Gave has been failed for over $1,000,000, the savings of firat term as President, and Mr. Carlisle prohibition," have resolved to raiee a mil- completed. The rails will be laid and the his parishioners. A year ago his assignee, bis third as Speaker of the Houao of Repre- lion and a half dollars to resist the growing cars running within two weeks. B. Mannix, when pressed for settle John sentatives. On the following day we hope sentiment. It will be money thrown away. Mrs. Pope, a sister of Rsv. R. A. and ment, proyed a defaulter, having speculaand expect to se Mr. Cleveland sworn in Prohibition, liko a tidal wave, is sweeping Elltor J. W. Hopper, died of lock.jiwat ted and lost $300,000 Hoadley, for a second term as President and Mr the country and for ono we arc very will- Springfield, caused by stepping on a nail, one of the assignee's bondsmen, has offered Carlisle take the oath of office as United ing to see her swesp. The good book in- which was driven Into her foot. to pay over to the creditors his share of the Statea Senator. Four years later Mr. Cleve- forms us that it is a poor business to kick Col.CR-Eitiil- , of Madison countv bond, amouoling to $62,600. Judge Hosd-le- y land's successor will be installed in the against the pricks, and we never do it if we has made an assignment. It is said that IVaJtra lc(tlt Una of did not cot transfer his property as White Housp, and we hope and believe that know it. If the people prefer prohibition his liabilities are lees than $5,000 and that soon aa he heard of Assignee Mannix'a ras hia name will be John G, Carlisle. Mr. to high license, let them try it and if it hia asseta will satisfy bia creditors. cally transactions. He believes in the inBeck is old and rich and he is getting older works well we shall be pleased to chronicle Two homing pigeons flew from Wichi- violability of bail boude, and by this act he and richer every day. At the close of hia the fact. ta, Kansas, to Whesling, W. Va., 1,200 surrenders the last of his private fortune, present term he will be worth more than a It is slid that in the first meeting be- miles, In 53 hours and 41 minutes, the ac- leaving his children with no heritsge save million dollars and within less than three tween Judgo Belden and Mr. Montgomery tual flying time being ebout 24 hours. the record of a father with an untarnished and ten in tho 4th district, the former opened the years of the allotted three-scor- e The Rudolph Finzer Tobacco Maufac name. There ia not another round left to tho lad- debate in a speech of three hours. The old turing Company, Lonlaville, Ky., assigned MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. der of hia politicil ambition, and ho has man must have told alt he know on eyery on account of general depression of busi-nos- f. the expert testimony of a Jay Gould that subject and guessed at the balance in that assets $40,000. Liabilities $50,000: James Crawford's dwelling-hose.aboevery dollar over.end above one million ia time. Mr. Montgomery only took half that S. G. Whittaker, of Boston, rode 300 six miles from town, and nearly all its conSUKKEYN, but vanity end vexation, of spirit. Give time, but ho succeeded in wearing the miles on a bicycle at Crawfordavllle, Ind., tents, were burned. The house wes worth the young man a,chance and the old man a 16 j seconds, about $3,000, with SI. 500 inaurauce. judge intoafrizile. People who know in 23 hours, 10 minutes and rest. tell us that Judge Bildeu can cot carry the beating the world's record over 40 miles. Hugh Edwatd?, Jefl Jarrett and Bud The great trouble with the Knights of strength of his party and that he will cot HopkinBvillo will get the Colored Nor- Croucher, who were under arrest for the Labor ia that they are too Banguine of their get a majority in a single county in the die-tr- mal school, having offered the grounds free murder of Elias Scsrcy, were discharged, se ftrnlu, Wool, Ncotlfl, IVml, Con!, JLiJiiibor,'. t. own importance and iastead of attending and its citizens giving liberal subscriptions. there was no evidence whatever againat strictly to matters thai are within the is there now to seleet the them. Searry seema to have died from the The Winchester Democrat complaina that Tho committee ecope of their especial province, they we copy articlca from it and credit them to site- Jacob 8harp, James G. Richmond and effects of too much whisky. make unconsidered demands and strive to another paper. If this is true, it was uninof the Broadway Street dictate both national aud private affairs tentional and we regret it. But even a James W: Forahoy, Here is a good Irish story we fancy it Railway, were arrested and held under $50,-00- 0 has not been in print before. A pair of "vicFor instance, wo agree with a contempora- wrong credit ia better than none and if the bail each, for giving bribej to the New tim')" are awaiting bohind a hedge for their ry that they should let alono tho question good brother will cast his eye over his exof buying cut tho telegraph wirw, and add- cellent isauo of the 20th he will ace more York Aldermen. landlord guns loaded, cocked and ready card, to ba issued about for action. It is past tho time at which ho ing telegraph communication to the postal than one piece taken from this paper arid X The cow postal 'a Dicember, will bear was expected to go by. Still they wait, and service. The people do not want their tel- nothing said about it. We would not have tho middle of Thomsa Jeflcreon. The general wait, until at last they become uneasy. egraphic correspondence under government Bald anything, either, had not hia psra-gradealgn of the new card will be, in accord- "Bedid, Pat," said Tim, Lope nothin' want the surveillance and they do not ouggwted it, for we delight to bs of teachings of Jcflerson, ex bos happened to the poor ould jlntlemar)'' standing army of officials doubled in ehi. service to the craft, whether they recognizj ance with the ceedingly simple. ABide from the cost of buying out the tele- it properly or not. Lulu is about five years of age' Her Only one cf the democratic nomlneta graph companies and increasing the power It is said that Bob Ingcrsoll has been for Congress from Georgia will have oppo- uncle Harry recently died. A few days ago class, the postal tele- attacked by of the the malady that killed Gen. TEAIjialltel lis coming election, and even the she came to her grandmother with a bit of graph echeme ia extremely objectionable. Grant and that bis days are few and num- sition at the WtucH, AltlHlCJll Wall Pujicr, solitary mugwump doea not run oa a repub piper in ber hand and said: 'Mainrna, I Druxs, OIictuIcalN. iiooiiH, Inflfrnemcutt, iilntior The law provides that Congressmen shall bered. Considerable speculation ia indulg- lican, but declares that he Is the farmer's have written a letter lo uncle Harry." Stationery, PHlntM, X'OCKOt ClKiir. Thelotterran: "Dear Uncle Horry: We be Toted for by ballot, "the ballots to ba ed in whether the old infidel will renig or candidate for the place. Hortpn, Tobacco?, Ollf, Cnllcrv, well and hope you are, I went out paper, having not, but bets are two to ono that he will printed or written on white Thomas Lllliard, a prominent farmer are all Pcrfnmcry, MHCllitl Iinnips, Fir Arms, with papa and aaw on them the name of the person voted for, change hia tune when he ecea the dark wa- of Mercer county, committed suicide by to the cemetery Noodle. Onr JcTvclrv, Silrcrirnro and Optical flood!) Department Is lu Cliargo or Col without other distinguiehicg marks, each ters of death' about to gather around bim, hanging himself in his dining room Mou your monument. How do you and God get TIios. U'cuards, who will Itepalr Hatches and Clocks promptly and la tho best San Francirco Post. and happily cir along?" to be folded eo as not to show any part of Mary Anderson's contribution to suf- day. He was well-to-style. printed on it." The fering Charleston is five times greater than cumstanced and the came of his self murthe name written or uonuino u. u. emits in uuis, at wnoiojaio ana rotati. An exchange shows the superiority of a law is very specific and unless it is com- Jay Gould'a and 2 500 times greatet than der can not be conjectured. woman in that she can wear a stand-u- p plied with to the letter, the ballots are not President Cleveland's. The latter oontent-e- d The last liquor licenee expires in At- collar and a gentleman's necktie without counted, Keep this in mind when you lanta Monday and the man who holds it haying the necktie under her ear more then by cabling back to Qieen Vichimself vote for Gov. McCreary on the 2d of Nov. toria that if she was sorry he was sorry has a gold mine. Great crowds are around half the time. That's all right, but a woPrinted ballots will bo provided, so that no that the calamity had occurred. his place all the time and customers are man is many times to blame for a gentlemistake can bo made and nothing whatev! served at the rate of 23 to the minute. man's necktie being awry. Boston Poet. A resolution has been adopted by the Nothing lesa than a quart ia sold. er must bo written or marked upon them. Knights of Labor, in session at Kiobmond, Mies Lncy Green, of Davenport, was Since September 1 ,1835, 20 yeseels beThe Courier Journal tays of our excellent appealing for aid from the Chicago anarch(The Weekly Edition of tho Commercial Gazette,) longing to the Gloucester district fleet, ag- offered a new tilk drees to walk through a representative: "Hon. J. B. McCreary, a ists. A more fatal step could not be taken, graveyard at midnight alooe. She started $161,-00- 0 gregating 1,7U,000 tons, valued at trium-phaboo of good fortune, is nuking a or one that will drive more effectively all and insured for $118,000, have been out with tho greatest kind of nerve, walked Congressional district. remaining popular sympathy tour cf the 8th from the body. lost. The lives of 104 men have been lost , half way through and then uttered a Vwhoo-oop- " For personal and satisfactory reasons, not and faiuted dead away. She will leaving 22 widows and 60 fathetlesa cbil- Ulitbs leading Republican Weekly Kewipaperol the moit Central ami' Repreaentattve Statia of wholly disconnected from the discomfort We apprehend that when tho laboring dren. wear calico thia winter. thia Nation. Koremoit in nw enUrprlio, feailMtln publloOIcuulon and deiotoJ tothskatt Intereattendant upon being used as a mop, his rtill of the Farmer and bla family. It ha no auperior at a newipipar. have surrender- men of New York city learn that Henry The Knights of The world's blind are computed to numpublican opponent doe3 not accompany George said that eyery workingmen who 1 unconditionally at Chicago and tee him. The Governor has made up his ralaed a boy and a girl prepared one inmate packers have resumed work' at ten hours ber about 1,000,000, or about one sightless perron to every 1,400 inhabitants. The mind not only to get there, but to get thera for the ponitentiary and one for a brothel, for a day. The men who tool: proportion la greatest in E;ypt and least in ol shape. It may not be he will fall sotnow bat short of those 30000 in the finest sort Iafurnliueil to aubacrlUra at the loir rats of 0!(E DOLLAR a year, uniting the price leu t the places of the strikers will be retained, cents a copy a week. It give all the nswn, with every deafrabls'datall, In decent shape inappropriate to remark that the Governor votes promieed him. for New Z inland. Germany has the greatest Atlanta Journal. and only those will be number of inatitutiona for the blind, and TIIK MARKET REPORT3 are siren tn full, and tbey ara noted for their reliability. Report are ia a dalay, and always gets there," The people of the United States, after whom there is room. telegraphed datly over our own apecltl wlrea from all tbe loidlng cltlea. America is eighth on the list. The reports from the Third district are The Louisville lrulh ia kind enough to idature reflection, have concluded tuat they , TI1E AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT la ono of tbe treat features ot tbe Weekly and ia moit ral Scientlata now boldly declare that thia print the following-- which we appreciate, want a democratic House of Bspresenta-live- s to tho effect that Rhea will withdraw, with uable to erery firmer. Thia department ia edited by those of long experience. even if it ii not the truth: It ia refreshing to count in the next President, and the understanding that the committee will earth waa peopled fifty million yeara bofore THE CIIIMNET CORNER, devoted czduilroly to youn peoplo, la very Interesting and Inatractirs. now and then to pick up a Stanford Intk-rioi- i they will vote up to this idea at the ap- renominate him, while nalaell will get out Adam waa born. We are not prepared to ORIGINAL 8TOR1ES and Chole Kelectlona, .with tha bolt correspondent fron nil part of tho Journal from among our Kentucky proaching election. 8t. Louis Poet Dli-pit- of the way provided that the committee dispute this assertion in the least. We Globe, make the Weeily und Soiul- - Weekly complete exchanges. It i one of the most carefully does not renominate Rbea. Thia ia a beau have always wondered how mankind could edited and beat written papers in the learn eo much deviltry in 0,000 yean. When cocaine fiist came into use, it was tiful state of affairs. South. a Tilden and Thomas A. Samuel J. Lowell Citlnn., Contains elchtpagMtf eight columns each, and la printed erery Tuiday and Friday. It la mailed sold at the rate of $1,200 a pound. The inat 81 4) per annum, posisge paid, l'ersona who can not take tho Dally Commercial duetto and The President's sister Mita Betsy Cleve creased demand for the drug haa so stimuboth died chlldlcw, both were able "Will you have an orange or a fig?" inwbo want tlio newa oltcoer than ence a week, will fluylie an admirable paper. land, haa sued the editor of the Literary lated the production and lawyers, both accumulated considerable quired Dr. Jackson of a fine little boy reduced the price, Life for breach of promiee not, however, that it ia now quoted at two cents and a property, both made wills when in full vig- somewhat under the weather. "A fig,'' , of marriage-- but of salary and other stipu- half per grain, or about $140 per pound, or of their mental powere, and both have a answered the child with alacrity: "No Turns of tiubicrlptlon by Mallt lations of her contract with him to edit lot of collateral relatives who propose lo fever ther," eald the doctor, "or he would ,.SU One year (Including Sunday) One year (omlttin; Similar)" ,tu 00 That old catch word so popular with conleet tbelr.wllle.- "- Philadelphia Time?. taat'iaurnal. .. 6 Mx months, ' " N. Y Fix months. . 700 certainly have sold an orange." . 8 " Turco months, temperance orators, "liquid damnation" Tbies months, . 3 eo been nominated for Sunset Cox has Kaeun, the LouUville wife murderer, was first used by Robert Hall, who said: World been granted a Congreeaman by the democracy of the JeLint under sentence of death, has J, B. Welle, of llert Blufl, Cab, cut down ia a "Call things by their right names. Aik for Ninth New York distriC. He will proba. bbw trial by the Court of Appeals. It In ConslstlneolEewlDcMachlnt, Iinpioreil Vatrb'jr7 Watcher. Gold Font. Penclli. Vnimi.tn n sound oak and four feet from the butt, nv. very cold day when that able body dees not a glass of liquid fire and distilled damna- bly be succeeded in the Turkish mission by ' in the htart of the tree, were etc, will bo sun In tbo paper, damplecoplcafroe. rTnn V. M. B. Younr. the rrent Minis- - a little civiiy exert lleelf to save the"neck of a murderer. tion." .Ti hVm rn Rfio H0 ia nm ih govern. , .o i in'ili Is unfavorably fivo small nd htalthy frogs. Thoy were ti i I J I a tuviu tin i ' u.i m. t (J ... CtNuNiUTI. uieut of indity oi Mw or. allected by the Kumibii ctiumte ed States. high-toundin- g ni . Smi-Metklnlntenarlottripil Gentaur s' - ted inim Me still-buntin- most wonderful known. Its are instantaneous. tho world has Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ft ell w mMUBOBk stay-at-hom- Hardwares Farming Implements, hn Groceries,1 Salt, Lime, Cement, one-hal- Elevators, I?iiMips3 Oicler Mills; fcc. J ng Ex-Go- WM & MENEFEE, Favminglmplements'and'Machin ery, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Etc ie M'ROBERTS of ph 'I & STAGG, 3 Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky. cf&ce-boldi- ng do WEEKLY oisnLTX the; ciijcirurijATi $1.00 j&. GAZETTE "TsESjaLi. con-unio- The Weekly Gazette ch. The Semi Weekly Kemi-Week- Hen-diick- Daily Coiiiiittercial Gazette, , Our l6r2imuin raw aimnvnimAJraAxwvTv. no., --t 2. Semi-Mee- W t " 1 A iW Air. V. R. Mck is putting up a nev warehouse adjoining bis distillery in this !! Empty barrels cheap at T. R. Walton's. county. Dolph makes straight goods and Everybody call and examine our new Carload fresh Silt at T. R. Walton's. the demand for is constantly Increasing . it line of cloaks, Omhj & Craig. Moreland & Prenitt bought of Jense Octobor 22, 188G Stanford, Kf W. B. Cecil, Jr., a few days a;o traded I NkW bItIo Photograph Frames and Rifle 200 mountain ewes at 33. a mare and $0 to John Wall, of Garrard Owsley A Pennington havo sold their Wall Pockets at McRoberts & BIsbrV. county, for a mulr. It now reems that the - BuaineBB Manager. B. O. WALTON, . bay Hamlltonlan mare to 8 B Black for mule belonged to James Wall, his brother, Come and see our display of beating $350. who came to Danville Wednesday and idenI, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. (loves. It will pv 70U. Metcalf & Fos 11 R.Cobb bought of.Josiah IV shop tified the animal as Mr. Cecil was about to ter. head of HOC nouod leedinz cattle at 1 MlltrlnsolciNorlh.............. . 1 M r. u. ship it South along with others making up nonin iiiof.k. Dinner Sets, tea sets and chamber sets cents. a It is said that John'j wherca Exemstralb".1 Bouth................... 1 28 Aim. and library lamps cheaper than you ever 11 if Rralz bought of Cook, Denny, Doty bouts aro not very well known at present. 15 A.m. XlOrD... ...............u.. ? li calculated on standard time, Bohr saw them, at Metoalf & Foster'. Tbs and others in Garrard 123 fat cattle for The value of the mule U about $00. Tho Ui li about W minute luUi 1 to 1J. bill of about the mare and the The Northwestern National Insurance November delivery at Tho Louisville cattle market remains same value. LOCAL NOTICES. Co.. of Milwaukee, has settled with Will 2 to 4J; hos aro fairly acthe at 3 Twenty ono persons convicted o( vioCraig for the loss cf his house by paying dull at Uuv your SjIjooi Hooka from Penny 4 30; sheep are steady at 1 to 3J. to lating the revenue laws by tho United him $2,200 cash Tho nmount.of insuranco Mcillster. It is said that 5,000 bushela of tho pe- States Court at Louitville were brought W atchwj nnd Jewelry ropaired on nhor was$2,C00. This makes $1,700 received culiarly American luxury, popped corn, here Tuesday by Deputy U. 8. Marshall A McAlia by Mr. Craig for his loss. notice and warranted by Penny will be shipped to England to be sold at Rogers and committed to jail to sorve out r. a HuNTEiut, Attkntioh. Loaded CartA Braes Band of mounted the London Exposition next spring. Tneir various terms of imprisonment. ridges, all (Izm of abot, at Penny A Bohon & 8tagg bought tfJo Rob'n on will parade the streets next Monday afternames are as follows: Georgo W. Phillips, noon. Don't fail to see it and tho perform 22headl214.pound.cattle,of J. E. Bruce Nelson Hamilton, Cari'topher Craft, Wm . A complete stock of jorralry, latest night. Ad- G of 1,140 pounds nt 4 cents and of George Edwards, John Dslph. Botholomew Combs, ttyle. Ilockford watches a specialty. Pen- ance at the Opera House that mission as usual. Secure reserved seals if Evans 4 of 1,145 pounds at 3J to 4 cents. ny A MoAliater. . Henderson Morgan, R. Y. B.'gley, Abe you would be certain of aomnwbere to sit. In conducting public sales In England, Yout, C. B. Cansey, nenry Freman, Joteph M PERSONAL. at each McVeigh, Thos. the auctioneer Inverts a sand-glaTucker, George Slier, A suit has been filed in the United bid. and if another bid is not made before Lincoln Taylor, Thomas Stewart, Eph Mil. AND Mm M. D Kr.Monr are States Circuit Court at Frankfort against the sand rune out, the animal is knocked Jones, Isaac Miller, Elijah Smith, Fr.nk In Loui7ille. Lincoln and 14 other oountier, including 8 Myers is in Louisville on Boyle and Mercer, by Mrs. Sarah May for off to the last bidder. Hunnicut, Simuel Liweon. The sentences Mr. 8. Several hundred cattle were sold at run from 30 days to eix months imprisona yiilt to relatlTrs. an infringement on the patent of the Mr. A. D. Nbwland If taking in the, all lock invented by her butbsnd. Next Georgetown Monday at 3 to 3 ctr. Mule ment and from $100 to $500 fine, The brought $50.50 per head; 2yjearold "shiners" represent Bell, Whitley, Harlan, sights of Louisville. January is set for the bearing of the case colls colts $77.50 to $90; one bunch of 2 year old Knox and Wayne counties Two colored Konr. FKnacsoH. of Williamsburg, is J C. Thomivson, tho Lancaster Jeweler medium cattlo brought $3.52 per owl.; 207 brethren are among them. at home on a visit. will open a jewelry store in Stanford in the sheep sold'at an average price of $3 80. There were three marriagei in DanThe ribbons of the Lancaster stage are Walton room on Lancaster street, Nov. 1st, The waterlog pools at Bablne l'ass ville Wednesday. Miss Lizzie B. Metcalfe, now handled by Loan Davison. Mrs. Nora Goodniout, of Frankfort and will have his Orand Opening on Mon- have been filled with salt sea water, and of Atlanta, formerly of this place, and Mr. day, November 1st and 2i of diamonds, the cattle', the raising of which wae the.chief W. F. Plane, of Atlanta; Mr. J. V. Hanna, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dwight Root. bisque and other industry of the section, havo become craud of Lexington, and Miss Tedie Walter, of Mrs. F.J. Anthony, who has been bronres, brio music-boxeand lik thirst, thus addine a new horror to Dmville; Mr John A. Wood and Miss returned to Ltbinon ware, with a large line o( visiting htr parents, Be sure to call Nov. 1st and the many which already environ the inhab Bailie B. Yeager, both of tho New Provipaintings. Wednesday. " 2nd. dence neighborhood. Rev. O. B. H, Mar Miss Annie Alcorn, who is the bride's Si Itaotsoffhe place. When Brother Barnes closed his meetThe Texas hop crop is placed by deal tin performed the ceremony in the first inparticular friend, accompanied the bridal ing at Lancaster Tuesday night the court era at Galveston at 75,000 bales, which is stance, Rev. P. T. Hale in the second and party to Dinvllle yesterday. Mr. Waltiu Raymond Is back from house had fully 1,000 persons in it, and very far short of an average yield. The Rev. Green Clay Smith in the third. Mr. "a charming visit to Old England" and when he asked all who had taken Christ to crop in northern and eastern portions of Plane and pirty came and departed in n s bs their Bavior to stand, fully the State will be an entire failure, owing to special car furnished by tho Southern railwill spend the winter in Frankfort. This Is pretty road with which he is connected. A large of them aroe to their feit. The the protracted ilroutb. Mm. Joun 8. Owsley, Mr. and number of gentlemen and lady friends went to Ioulavllle yesterday and Mr. W. meeting is said to have been productive of rough on the beer prospect. came with him, including Dr. Simpson El P. Tate the day hefore. Will Severance much good. The troupe ero now at Paint OARRARO COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Lick. kin, a young physician, who was educated also went down. R. Foster, who formerly drove at Centre College and whose people live in in Will Lancaster. Tim Hat of claims, which wo publish county. Mr. Plane and his bride the etsgs from Lincaer' to Stanford, has this issue, is nearly twice as long as that of Mr. G. F. Peacock, of HustonvJUe, Garrard resigned to accept the position of clerk at last year. Run your eye over it, dear tax were given a handsome reception by Mr was in town this week, which begun itm Miller House at the former place. He tuver. and see the larce amounts allowed Mr. Robt. Ktnnsird has bought the and Mrs. G.W. Welsh, Sr., Is a very deserving yoanj man and we are merchants, doctors and others for goods, Ac. soon after the ceremony and lasted until Presbyterian Parsonage on Stanford st. for glad to ate him promoted. 12 o'clock, at whlcli time the train en furnished pauper and say what you think S2,7oU and has removed to it Cait. J. H Myers, who made of sustaining a when those outand Miss Upnc. which they departed came Mr. Benjamin Dunn The Central Kentucky Medical many friends here during his residence side of it cost esveral times as much as those Ha Kemper, both of Lower Garrard, will while running on the K. C, has been trans within. There should bo some limit to this be married at Pleisant Grovo Church next met in the parlor of the Clemens Hous Wednesday at 10 o'clock A M , Dr. ferred to the other end of the road and will great and growing expense by requiring pau- Wednesday. Favetto Dunlap, President, in the chair. run the Falmouth accommodation. Mrs. pers to go to the house prepared for them. Congressman McCreary was in town K. Myin and Dr. Keckley, her father, were his leciou of The opening ewoy wis read by Dt. L. Wants a Divorce On the lS.h of last WntniodnT mliim? withlarge audience at McMurtry, his subject being "A resume ot here jesteiday packing up for her new December Miss Elydlan Brady yielded to friends. He addressed a of home at Falmouth. His oppo- uterine therapeutic;" sccoud, a report the Importunities of her lover, Mr. W. II. Brysntsvllle In the afternoon. some dropsical cists by Dr. J. M. Meyer, Todd'wss not present. LOCAL MATTERS. will nim t0 Dai""" nent, Cipt. Mershon, and and his successful treatment tf them; Hire', Mr. Thomas LUlard, who committed where thry were legally united. Their a report of a case of "Internal urethotomy" A cold wave is coming. brothMonday, was a honeymoon was of short duration and the suicide at Bargln lasl a druggist at this by Dr Harry Cowat; fourth, excision oi a Fresh fish and oysters, served in any brldo soon found that her husband cired er to Cipt i: W Llilird, nothing lhat kidney for calculus disease of same, by Dr. nothing for her, which was subsequently pises. Mr. LUlard knows of way nnd at any time at J. T. Harris'. mysterious circum- - A. W. Johnstone; (specimen exhibited) proved by a total abandonment. And now can throw llcht on the - tho cause of hie fifth, "A case of craniotomy" by Dr Fa?-ett- e new and handsome stock of fall goods A mirroundinthe wife of ten months is asking the Court Dunlap; sixth, Dr. W. A Brown, of has lust been received by 8. II. Shanks. to grant her a divorce, charging that tho brother's self dcitruction. Porksville, exhibited oome new and itigcnl aud Jits? Lee Call and examine them. Mr. Edward Morro man who promised to love, cherish nnd 1 " ouely contrived instruments for use in tiler with a large protect her "habitaally behaves towards Anderson were quietly married by Rjv. I AM back from the cities Tuesday evening at the res- ine diseaies; Dr. Dunlap also presented iev Evan and complete line of fall goods, cloaks. Ao her in a cruel and inhuman manner, as to Morris era! new and useful medical books, A fur idence of J. ('- - Thompson, in this place. indicate a settled aversion to her." me a call. V. Mat. to al a plassant meeting the Society adjonnxd Theweddins was quite a surprise on the 31 Wednesday in Jaiynrr UARRIAGES. Tuv mtiiriin Liurel are on another mott everybody, only a few persons being to meet and we saw an operator pasa down to secret. Tbo brido Is tho lovely at the same place. Thoso present nctDtr. strike It is said that the pretty orgsnia'. of let into tho Louisville yesterday In search of other men the Christian church is the next on tho daughter of Mrs. Clayton Anderson. Mr. Armstrong ond Webb, of BryanisvilN; Jon jiwelcr who Is L. Price, of Bjrin; J, M.Diitou and II to take their places. has been going on for Morrow is tho list. The Spirk-5n- g C Thompion. Both Plumber, Harrodtburj; D. C Traylor, Lii Mr. J. . The trial of J. Ligan Sigman for tho some time ard tho day has now bsen fixed connected with friends-wh- o tender coin county; W. A. Brown, Parksvillr; Geo. murder of young Hicglnbolham, commllted for tho near future. Tho formnato fellow parties LnTO numoron Huun and W. B. McClure, Junction City; prog-rea- i congrAtalatlons. has certainly won a jewel. moro than 20 years ago, Is at Jat in II. Brown, Uustonvillr; J. B. Kinnaird, of -beautiful church wedding indeed at Ml. Vernon. OANVlLLE.BOrLE COUNT t Lincsatfi; Dr Cisp'ri, Washingtor; J. M was that which occurred at 1.30 yrster- J. C Johnson and Wm. Kenney ohip Meyer, F. Dunlap, L B. McMurtry, J. C When you want anything In the stove day, uniting the hcarta and lives of Mr. Din-util- e cdnceday to Lexington 133 head Bogle, D O. Tucker, H J. Cowan, of line do not fall to call oij Metcalf & John B Foster and Misa Mary, second ped on and vicinity. of atoves and ao "fcedors," their weight They have tho best quality dsughterof John M. Reld. Tho deft fin- of cattle known nvcrsged 1,400 lbs. A dispatch from Lexington tello cs ol nlways the lowest price. gers of loving trltnds had transformed the Wm. Minor, who has been in jail era-r- y the trouble of a former Lincoln county yesterday, nnd it would Presbyterian church into a verltaole ParaIt started to rain for a month past, war on Wednesday mtn. It reads: Tho saloon end restaurant evergreens, have been very acceplablo to tho wheat dise of flowers. Throe archee of Lixington. Sheriff of Simon II. Gormley wns closed this after roses, had taken to thfr Asylum at eswers, but gave out the notion, and the interwoven with W B. Moore and Geo. Sindlfer accompannoon by Sheriff Kbodei to satisfy a claim rwen erected, while potted plants were beautiful Indian summer still prevails. ied him. of Richard Stoll for $249. in beautiful and luxurious profusDr. E.B Johns, the new homeopethic Gov. McCreary spoke to a 'Mr crowd ion. The whole was lit with wax candles and succeeded In and when the bridal couple took its place, physician, has his office on Main street, .VKVT AnTKUTIHHJIKIlTn. at HuBtonvlllc Tuesday ,,.iin,T rnnaliltrabte enthusiasm. Lincoln the scene was one almost of enchantment. over Yeleer's jewelry store. Mr. C. H. Woodford, is here nmoung ought tp give him at least 400 majority. Preceded by the ushers, Messrs. J. 8. Hock Talbott, now of a short time. and W. M. Bright, the projective hus old friends for IlENnY Boole, who was so terribly er The roof of tho Christian chutch, which band and wife ertersil the church by the From tho farm ot Ocorfe Boone, two belter wounded In a pistol duel with F. V. Logan right aisle, followed by the other ushers, was blown oiTa few days ago by a storm, calves, one deep red, the other red and white atBomersM.lt'cd till Wednesday, when ho James T. Craig and James O. Rsid, to the has been replaced b, a new ono. L. M. potted. I will pay a liberal reward for their ro- expired. Logan, though bidlf wounded, sweet music of Mcndelsshon's March, per- Gray, a bold, bad insuranco agent, says the tern or for information that will get them. is Improving. BEX A 31 IX JtOO XE, formed by Miss Diisy Burnside at the or way to guard against such calamities is to 170 21 Gilbert! Creek. TnE ricklty old Iron fence has been re- gan, ossisieu ny ur. ai u, jiuumau wna insure with him. moved from tho front of the Presbyterian the cornet. Arriving at the chancel, the Mr. J F. Funk, of Hagerjtowo, Md , church and a tubitantial and neat wooden forward couple pissed through tbo right who has been in Danyillo several months, one substituted. Brother J. M. Wray was arch and took their position on the left, the as agent of the Gclser Manufacturing Co, I de lire to rent for the ;oar 1S37 the farm known the contractor. contracting parties following to the centre of Waynejboro, Pa., will soon leave for his as the Lee farm about 8 Kenmiles sauth of Huston-vlllRamsey has taken the acency of arch aud the other couple stopping under former home. When he returns to Jesse containing 3S7 Acres. will be at Louis- the Louisville FMt and will deliver that tho right. In this position and facing the tucky his headquarters 170 tf JXO.It.CABVEXTEIt, wide-awajournal to all who wish it, so Rjv. A. 8. Muflelt and the audience and Mr. Pul M. Donlgan, n subject of the that they can rod it at the breakfast table. underneath a lovely floral marriage bell, JESSE J. THOMPSON, 2j a copy. which was surmounted by the figures 18S0, Turkish Empire, and a native of Armenia, Price 50a a week, or Interesting lecture ot the THE the impressive and beautiful words of the delivered a very T0NS0JUAL ARTIST The Cowboys will take the town Mon- ceremony were spoken. Then music broke Christian church Wednesday night. He BhaTlsgacd Ilalr rutting done and spoke style. Loillfi a&d Children given In the latest day afternoon. They will parade the streets particular atforth again and In the same order as they was dressed in Turkish costume Armenian tention. with a mounted brass band and that night in the party passed out through tho and sing In the Turkish aud came will otvo our cltlzana a correct idea of life was much left arch and aisle to their carriages and i.nMi..M. His entertainment FOR NAIE, ranches. You'll ece them, on the Western and orjoyed by thelargo audience present. Mr. were driven to Danville, where Mr. of course. of tho Bible College Mrs. Foster took the train for Louisvillo. Douigan is a student Thk Rinch Klnc Combination, which Chicago and Cincinnati, al Lexington. The very silly 1" passed by the last will hold tho boards hero next Monday The bride was handsomely attired in a In Stanford, Ky. night, 25tb, presents in living colore the rich blue traveling dress, elaborately trim- very silly L?glsUture, forbidding the sale As Aalgneea, under a drt-- of truit, ol It. T. and if the half we hear med in plush, with hat to match, and her of alcoholic or malt liquors by retail with- Mattlnglj, the undersigned will life of the cow-boabout it ia Hue, the entertainment will be perfect little figure showed to its beat ad- in two miles of Dinvllle, went Into effect On Monday, October 25, 1886, a capital one for thoso who love to see the vantage, She is a petite and lovely blonde, Tuesday; and Mr. Handman, who has kept In titauford, Ky., publicly Oder (or sala the Mill mirror held up to nature. A large crowd bright and fsecinating, and very popular. B malt honor establishment near tho depot, Promt? well known ka the utaiifovtl Flour limits, has ceased to Jlill, It coeiIiU of about one acre ol ground, on en- - The groom is of the n firm of just beyond the town wlil doubtless be at the Opera Houso to la a large and commodious of fact which erected, besides brick building furnished Elevator, a new SK atorjr il- Mefcalf & Foster, and Is a splendid young sell beer bv the glass. As a matter for tbo with all the machinery and apparatus necossary of examplary habits and the passage of the act was aBked for " to conduct an extooslrs and a profitable business Deatu It is passing strange, that no business man, prepossessing manners. That thev will be sole purpose of crippling or destroying Mr. Including a modern and Improved pump, worked by steam, for the purpose ot obtaining a supply of tidings of the death of Mr. J. 8. Tenny very happy there is hardly a doubt. May business, as thero was no other water from a never falling source. The location bicker, at Kings Mountain, reached us un-t- their lives bo full of bright sunshine as Handman'a Is about lOOianla (rem tbs depot at btaniord, on saloon within the scope 01 territo- the Knoivllle llranch of the L. A N. Railroad. Wednesday. Tho sad event occurred that which greeted the hour of ther union. licensed Mr. Handman Original cost ot properly, 12S 000. Correspondence ry embraced by tho "law." If terms can be agreed upon, will two weeks ago and was occasioned by a unde,r age solicited and Title periect. sell privately, The Divinest attribute in the heart of kept an orderlv housr; persons a na-tl- ye liver trouble. Mr. Pennybacker was d balance lu equal InTerms. man is Iqve, and theTmightlest, because the wero not allowed to drink there, and altho' stallments of 0, 12 and taab; 18 tnontba. 81s per cent, of Virginia and a etraight forward, most human nrinclnla in the heart ol man on first deferred payinterest. Personal security his license permitted , him to sell uoiu wine ment. Lteu retalnsJ, V. II VJl n T, V. A wife and children aurvivo Is faith. honest man. i nni, irai Love Is Ileaven ; faith la that ; , tn.At.lVlj ii W nv f" J " ' Assignees. him nnd in their rflllotlon they havo rur l&Md nieu w '"'." " wuo j only to tho, , WMKJU, doepevt ; i'ny- k i latenorJonrmri NEWllneofGlawiateaiWateiB& Wia HI en's. iiiui ' itiUP ' Xt ft) WAlff -- s Dcalor In- - car-loa- ten-dol- cow-boy- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, ' 5' ss TIM WARE, GLASSWARE, QUKENSWARE,, s Confections, Tobaccos, New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citrons, Currants, &c , now in stock, . 11 three-fourth- COB. MAIN c SOMERSET STS. poor-hous- "" GOOD GOODS JOE 2 .imi r. WATCBS. JX. V. YftlMXEK. WATERSaWEAREN gweloo:e3:if2.js. T well-kno- 'A many-colore- d Wtruyed or Stoleii. J Tho Lexington Holler Mills Cream Flour, TjIOMPS. D. 1IANEY, Salesmen. WILL M. WATElt- -, n La-.O- rerrutontatlve, Is unlremliy popular WATERS & WE A REN. -- sm7 Fine Farm For IScut. Iff IjM WI1H- - HSu-VOES e, Ite r- KING'S NEW -- OPTOMETER ke AXU Fitted. With. Spectacles,, 103-l- m Splendid Mill Property Fenny & HMCcjlistei'. AT Wall Paper, well-know- Furniture, Gases, Gaskets, Robes: Full and Oomploto Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. j&a & U 4 nv'M""" ,,, ,, One-thir- iCu Xij UiJia.A... ii. Stuti-SMIiilntcr- ior I?imral TISSUE FLOWERS AND PARTIES. Tho Ileautlrul Art Which Is Taking the " Ham to l'liice of tho Craxy Quilt. MorslsnJ, W. M., therlfl electlaa, Bept... 2 " ' " ... McQofftr.Jew. Judge Tissue paper flowers aro tho feminine Cowsn, A. J., 8hetin election JOHN GODFREY SAXE. 2 it ......... .MM. 260 Mtrtla, Alex., 1 days hsullng... craze now. Tho show windows are resplen- Onrnden, W. F., Judgs 2 " Aug 2 80 " Martlo, Thos., 1 ' dent with tulips, roses, dables, poppies and Curtis, J. T., Clerk 2 2 89 Moore, C,a, I " AM EMACIATED 8me FORM, TOTTERING violota made out of tissue papor, and young 2 q McKllrlck, D,, for grBtel. ...... ' il ladies of society are devoting hours to ac- Crow, 0. J., BherW " 2 STEPS AND SHRUNKEN CHEEK. " " 31 SO Meoefee, J, N sheriff fee bill.. quiring the art of their manufacture. It is Coffey, J, M..,Judg 1 Aug " IS McCsrty, W. L.,burlsl clothes, pauper), a pastime particularly interesting, and it b Bsms ..... 2 McKce, Rufui, 1 days haulIng.M 2 SO Bcpt Tito Olil l'oct a Mere Shadow or 111 romarkablo what beautiful floral offocts aro Cuuunln,ll.a." 2 MJ 1 produced with colored paper, a little wire, a Cish.John, ltlsji "sullng, I...M......MM.... Banie, hauling part of day 1'oriuisr SolrHo Solilom Goes Ucyond little glue, and a pair of scissors, Au en6 1 McCormack, Wat., hauling part of day... " C. Y. 2 ; company has Canou, r B.. Jr.. sertlces viewer, 1 tlio Confines f HI I'.oouis ltcails but terprising manufacturing 2 50 McCormscV, A., one daye hiullng.... 3 75 McKllrlck, Wallace i takon advantago of tho crazo, and has put r.i.i.n. 2 SO ........ " hsullng Little. up in boxc.1 an assortment of different col- Csh, W. A., IX " 2 60 " R8'3 Mcltnbfrti. Om.T.. 1 e.mo In n largo nnd luxuriously f urnlshcil njurt-mo- ored tissue paper, with a small coil of fine PLATT, 3LOBISVILI.E. 10 25 Mlddleton, 8. A., hauling Cook, John, coffin for psupsr in a fourtory brown stono houso on wlro and a few pieces of very lino toft rub" 83 Mulllns, N. B., ined. sorrlces, paupers,.. Cirler, V. Y., 2 diyi hsullng BUto street, in tho city of Albany, and ber pipe, to bo used for stems. Those boxes 2 " Martin A Lynn, as Tlewers. almost witlUnn ktono's throw of tho great together with a pamphlet of instructions, Crow, Ilenry, 2 ' 7 60 Martin, Alex., 3 daya hauling..... " capltol, sits or walks or reclinw throughout aro sold at a trifling sum. by tho thousands. Collier. Rtchd. 2 ' 10 3 73 ' " Martin, W. T 1 " ....- - n... 1 tho tiny a. man of 70 years of nge. With hair Young ladles with no knowlcdgo of tho 2 SJ Moore, C. a, 2 , 6 . " that It silvery white, a full bcanl that is manufacture of artificial flowers, it is said, rnur. J. II.. lumber.... 1 60 McCormack, W. C ,2 days hauling 6 gray whito, a form that is bent anil emacican, with tho contents of ono of tho30 boxes, Coinpton, F. K.. builsl clothes- -, . II " VJ Manuel, Thos., 6 " 2 ated, n ttcp that is slow mil tottering, anil a and by tho nid of the book of instructions, Esmt . ..... 1 Ml Martin, Mary, Rrarel, Ao 5 - -- is iwllirt and shrunken his bluo produco tho most natural domestic flowers Marah, 1 oaya uibiids check that E. H. BUIINSIDE, Coffey, 2 SO Moore, D. It., pUnk for culrort.. 1 60 " yet full nnd lustrous, alono indiento tho with a littlo practice. Caldwell. E.U.l " 8 10 Moore, Jas. F 4 days hauling pauper "Tissue-papparties" havo alroady Caldwell, D. W., coffin for strwisth and prido of other days. This man S7 73 Thio Old aud Woll - Known Moore, D, U., 1 days hauling. 6 popular. Tho fashlonablo world allumber, dc.," is John Godf'iyy Sase, tho ioct. Rsmo 2 60 Moofo, J. A., lumber. 10 CO Hotel Still Maintains-- ita Tho old poucu now much changed in form ways oagerly welcomes any now entertain- Orscu.J. C, 1 days tauung 10 5 Martin, A. C, furnishing piuperi.. and feature, being merely a shadow of his ment which promises to bo both novel and Coircy,A.O.,4 " Topututlon, 8 21 11 Bainr, assignee Dr, Brown, ml. serrlces. former eolf. During theilrst threo years of amusing, and it has takon hold of tho tissue- - Cliandkr, Trank, 2 ly won AHD 5 " paper mania. At tbeso qulot littlo assem- Curtla. Monroe. 2 " " " Baine 4s 30 Thlat powder norrTarlca. A marrel of purity, his residence in Albany ho spent soino hours IS 7S strength and wbolesomencss. ........... blages nut only striking offocts in flowers Cooie', Oeo. U., Clerk fees Store economic i "ft nh?PirK0tSf is Pftotnlnii " " Eamo 7J " each pleasant day in strolling about the beauthan the eoond to no Conntry 3S2 Moore, V. D , lumbir, Ae. c SO rorupctlion ordinary ktnd, andofcan not ha sold tiful near by, or tranquilly Uttmg thero aro produced, but drossos aro manufact- Cnrrcntor, Dr. J. O., medical serTlcts.... low tret .short with the multitude Hotel in tboStnta In itt Fnro, 17 " " 3 McAllstrr, Jo., coffin far pauper.. game in n shady arbor, watching tho children at ured. Tho papor used at thoso affairs b weigni alum or phosphate powders, goldouly la 7 Appointments, or Attcn. oans. C 25 McKlnnoy, J. B., hauling on roil uuvalhaicixo rowpxa tholr jilay. JiuUltirlng tho past two years no imported, and comes in a most marvolous 8.imo 108 Wall Btreet, New York 11 tion to Comfort of " 5 McCorotck, Sam, coffin for pauper.... .... public eye has seen him, Tor in that long in- variety and beauty of color. Some of tho Bamo thoir Gaosts. 5 terval he has of his own choice becu carefully gannenU mado out of thb flinny material Crtli, Munioc,2daye hiultug 2 SO Martin, J. M., ldays hauling..... ...a. As can bo easily DR. W. D. PJ3NWY, 6 ........... SarnO " " eedu.led In his room. Ho neither 1 ides nor aro exceedingly beautiful 6 25 .... 2H " Canon, Chis., 2 " DIUtXIST, 33 wnika abroad. Tho apartment in which ho imagined, tho variety of colors, shades, aud CaiKUtcr, D. It , County Attorney MartInGeo., 2 " 8 tints is almost lnoxhaustible, and overy 2 SO en. K CnlVV 5,,M,,,I JCeiituolcy. tnnioril, spcdi liia melancholy dnj'3 consists of n kind of combination and o licit aro possible. Canon, YTra. 1 days hauling Same 2 " 8 ' ........... siiito of throe rooms, located in tho roar end " Moore, Dr. Greoa, mKlloal servloes.... aiwaja aiprd nln the rkolCMt 3 Ww., 2 " In tho matter of trimming thero is sropo Cooler, of ttoo house, on tho third floor, and overlooktraaJaorLlgiernstf cieari,. Martin, J. T., 3dsys baullcg.. 7 80 for all sorts of imitations flowers, fringes, 2 ing the noble Hudson to tho south. Judge election "aro " Martin, Rjbt., 1 " rafts, and n hundred and ono furbelows Dtwion. L. h.. lumber, St.,. 9) 12 WATCHIXO THE RIVER CRAIX which women only understand tho natuo or Dlllion 1 Jlelrll, 0 2) XcwlanJ, T. Tiie iiuykiu;' ai'im; t, 573 63 D.Jiller fee....... Hero by the m indow he whiles nway much the object of. Thero must bo n groat deal Darst, II. J , 2K dJJ hauling 12 SO Isnml Htvt. nsd JUrtl., 1)0 ...- Same lor fuel and lights of his time in watching the busy river craft of satisfaction in a lady making such a Deltny, Joslah, keeping raupers cncli ytar. 6 t I ji,-r-- , KewJanJ, A. D. 2 days hauling.. j. and in contemplating Uio pk'tureequo dress and then viowing it with rapturous VcAl, W. P., 2 dayi haullug.. r S ' J " Same 37 Of street attire he no longer has a fcmlnina delight, but thb satisfaction can rolllni,Vm;,2 " 3.BOO IJliuXrnOvtu 3 75 Nowland, A. C. 2 ' " 8 " need; in dressing gown and slippers ho paces not,. of course, Lo compared v'o that of the Dudderar, Jas., IJi tliulo IMcturr (.ailrrj. 3 78 Newland, 0. 1'. IJ4 ' 3 73 .,.... " tho floor vtitii slow and trvmbling steps, sel" ', Same master of tho houso, who flnii hb relief in 12 tllrrtl to twiumrr ail toll s;oiiJ r.)r Office en Ijocnter street, ext door to Ijcts. 12 S9 serTlcts-...- .Ncwlsnd, A. as " dom or never going Ixjyoiwl tho confines of tho fact that it costs but a fow cents. Dstls, Dr. J. W., medical 1 10 13 KIOR JocuHAt. offlro. Oftro houia from S to 12 i, Irsonnl or fuiutly use, Xunnelley, A. T.llrery blll..Ui....-.- . his own rooms. Heiuvfers to have perfect But it Is tho manufacture of flowers from Dje, W. D., aday as Tlewtr M.and ttoSr. Mi Antttbulrs administered vher onlrr, anil sttfre csnet 'IJIho.- to 2 of rtrn-- . Kunnolley, L, B , 3 daya haullng.. 750 ttoetu.tr. quiet about him, and oftentimes dUlikca to this imtiortod paper which has turned the UausjD, li. , Tudge elestlon llSi-tyr- .) " tliltit; you Uilnld s for, or " 3 . 2 bo dteturDed oven by a member of his omi young feminine mind upsldo down. In tho Napier, Titos. .vTT.fL,u wUI'' n'Uw AAI.i HIM; 10 family. 4 wonderful crazo for fancy work theso papor Kduiliton, J. F., assignee cf Mary Bsone 01110 HtK)KK et Infbnnnf Ipi, K u,u.l r,r.OB.CAr.rEKTKB. 7. H. MILLCK. " 3 2 " Napier, Mrs. It i a long tiwo bince ho last consented to flowers aro much used for ornamentation. tobacco for poor houso... f5Jll".,l,,,,,"rkr,,r H r copy 1'IIKK to Hi.,- Bl. rcceiTo a stranger, or even a friend, or an ac13 75 Hoses and poppies much larger than nature Engleman, J. P., 2 days hauling..- .- . Nacce, Jesw 6J" eirrM unn rrrrlpt of lUrtk. lo defray quaintance of former days. " 112) aro used for doeorating laoo curtains, pil- Edwlttcn, J. P., asiIgaN ol King, t days Same t niHM, of iiinlliiie:. r t u Ijror frum 50 ......... "I caimot bear," ho said, with iathoe, "to low cases, backs of plush sofas and chairs, hauling..... ... ..... ltniKctfullj, 2 O'BasnqD, W. B. clerk election August lxs forcibly reminded of what I onco was of and easels. A very popular feature of the astlgnte or Mlddlctou, 2day Stmt M ' Tho MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Sept,..., .. I fame tlio days of my hopo nnd strength, when tha parlor Is a basket of thoso flowers. ..-... ...... hauling eST Ss S'.'U Vuhuh Ati'uuc, tUciua, ill. 76 &0 STAMOfK, MXCOLX to, XV. papor, Same, assignee of MlddUton, tobacw for itself b mado of rrorld liad channs that now uro dead to mo; 0re:r, S. M. Jailer foe.... 70 9 50 Same for laeU......... letini slcknesj had deprived mo of my health without a foundation, simply in a ring, and ...... ........ psupcr 3 75 O'liannon, Dr. W. B. rarllcsl serrlees.. 9 SO OCite, South Bide Mala 8trret, oie r First itstloi-- 1 sud divith had robbed mo of my loved ones." tho material is placed in folds. Tho flow- lilwsids, Got., 1J4 dayi hauling........ llink. " to Abel....... In 1 SSI, on lib first coming to Albany, the ers themselves aro then laid on shavings, El n.010, M. D., gooJs fur purers......- .- 711 05 Bau.e II Fannt, locludlns: some or the finest Ulum raas which fill out and keop tho baskot In shao. finiannt ihyplans whom hi family 8 Bams . " to k'lngletoh fltoek Farms In Central Kentuedy, Town lyita sua iicsmonces, iimiwr nj Mineral Lands fjr in hU liehalf predicted that ho would Tho handlo, of wire, is covered with paper, Uctin.r, P.M., Judge cifctlon, Aug... 6 Oatr, Joslsh 2 daya bulling.... 2 f wo years longer. with sweot peas or other climbing tlowors, " " " CI S2 tleon commltslen. OwtWy A Craig gowli fjr paupers. . not i.ar For farther psnkulars send for prlnteJ deserlp ' d between tho hours of 0 and twined around it Such a basket of flowers 2 Ha gcx-- j . illuv.UniHM ileum;." bpt.... tlon of this Ktlon im! efprnpertlei for ssln. FUtner, P. M. aherlff " 16 10 o'clock in lb ......... l'lfetl, G. A. Jik1?o el tten Ang...... and rises at about can scarcely be dlstingubhod from wax; A H.Jw days baullsg six Same Shortest and Onlokest Kooto from Oet ' W 6&) in Uie iiionuaj Peilard, V. T. sheriff i 39 He complains much of skillful hand, howover, is needed in their Fiulkner ... ... Light, lumber tral Korjtuoltj to all Points North, 8 73 radgett.O. A.JuJge 2 ' SpL..... insomnia, nnd during the day is often very manufacture. 4 tlJ haullsg-Fowlc- r, Fttdcrick, Marr J. NAIal-- OF ''The prettiest thing I havo seen mado of "East, Wost find 8otitkweit. 2 SO rellard, V. T. sherltl pssUaw, uffering from neuralgia in tho head. " " -. 2 SO " 1 Clifton Fast Use Between When not sitting in nn easy chair or moving Ussuo paper is a mat representing a water 3 Follard, Joseph 2 daya bsultrg ......- -. 5 leisurely about hb room, lie reclines upon a lily," said a young lady tho other day, Ucocli.S. II. idajshau'lag ) Fenny A MeAlIster drug Utll......... 71 4 LEXIA'GTO. coueh. He eat often but very sparingly, wtiflo in conversation with tno writer upon Giorh Bros., goods furnltbed paupers Feyton, Dr. J. F. mol. ser. to pauperis ?a so OlSClXXxtl 5 -- and partakes of the plainest of food, indiges- the subject. kTho perfect form of tho beau- Ooode.Jno. S. 2 day haullrg " " Same 8 tiful flower was reproduced. It was mado (Jlsss.Addy 2 SO 8SMNlle In tion Iwing one of hb principal bodily ills. Of 1 " " M.y , uc 3 ........... Ferklnr, Win. 2 days biNllat The Jtrstr Hitlers' Ar;!lon will hold lhlr very largo leaf, and 2 60 " " hb valet, n middle-age-d colored man (who by upon a foundation of a (Jooeu, It. M. 1 first ..... U mW at Trwey A WlUou' sUb'e Forlmsn, M. (.'. llrery bill ..... 1 87 reason of prior service with ominunt pcoplo at upon thb leaves in graduated sizes aro Oo:cS,T Z hauling euroad... 2 60 la LexUKteti, Ky ,eu rhllllp?, Jas. K. 1 days 05 AVashington and other places b moro than placed, tho lower ones being of dark grcon, Oaiustt, W. M. osfflas for paupers " ......... ... 8 J. 8. 2 " the center of very palo yollow, whilo the inK- - Btm.J jo Phllllpe, J. II. 2 " : .... ordinarily intelligent and entortahiing), the Dslly cx. t)a. 3 Thursday, October 21, 1886, . rrewltt, termediate leavos were of graduated tints. OiTeus, O. C, ouedays haullcg s poet is wry fond, chatting with him now and " ......- " 2 1 " " 2 SO ......... Fry or, L. II. UJTinntefl.... S 10 a S 10 pm 2 00 pu You havo no idea what a happy effect was (Jrcen.Jas. Jr. 13 76 again with a more than usual degreo of in- produced." Xow KIlu(uth gu . ... 21pm IMiu CanilitiDgofDbesd ol female itprentatlTea of to OuTr, J. F. A B. O. .S 1J hauling. Fo'cll, Dr. John keeping pi.urer... York Sub. " Cyrithlana.... lit terest and animation. 7 50 tbetr herds; " " 10 Hi, n IS p in 3 6 Qeode.J.U: Plummer, James, 2 days hauling.......... Paris Att. i jj , 10 40 pu 5 13 pre READS COilPARATIVELY LITTLE. 0 23 Fetry.Joel 10 . " " Orlfiln, Jamts haullng.... ... St. Lanibertf, St. Hoiiers, Signals, IL' ' " 'It 17 ii to 6 10 p u Until quite recently ho devoted a good Tho Now Yrk Pea nut Club. .... 10 2J I'lunnner, Z. days lisallng- e " ............ 10 4 " Oaddls, Me. i iru. u e in ti Commassis, Gilderoys, share of his time to a perusal of tho standard S Thereaimt club i a large social organi- Gftlltr.C.lit 6J " pb " ' " 6 2 t poets and tho leading magazines, thoso of zation in New York. Tho badgo of member7 5J " M " M And other leading strains represented. 3 S3 Padgett, M.F. IX . . Gilffln.W.G. 3 tho latter to whoso pages ho was onco a vol-ut- ship b a peanut, and must bo worn on ovcry 8 ... B. ceffiu Or pauper 1'blllp, J. M. aylgneoof 3. a. Myen, pro-contributor being still sent him regularly occasion in metal, Jewelry or carved wood. Grrsham, W. 7 S Tlslosa for pauper 1.TS lUthmoaJ Same cofin for paupdr and grare..... 2 00pu New Yo. k Letter. and unsolicited by tho publishers thereof, in - 6 Arr. Kerea... GiMbara, W. B. ccffla for pauper ir...zr. i r kindly lvmembranco of jia&t sen-iceFor Catalogues addrcn For " LlTlrnttflp. i 5 " Bobicson, Jo. allowsnee to ...... SO " Same somo years he lias not read tho daily papers, A .lournntlstle Ilcary AVcIkUJ. 3 2 Root, A. D.JuJge election Auuit. .... child.. " Oresbam.W.B. J.N. 8TOLL, anderincos little or no interest in currenl noaTa-BotIk i. TViky Poore. th? voteran Woahtno. Gcocb, R. M. 1 day as lewer ' " " .......... 2 Bame I ....... NO. 3 I No. U President Bosrd of Manigirs, Ixicgton, Ky. Ho.l ve:it. "iidrnt, ran weigh down SCO pounds GlTens, G. C. 1 days hauling.... " 53 Boae.J.T. " tc:i'" r 2 2 Angust...... I . "It pains me," lw said, "to meet vrith the a Minuit without feeling fatigued. Galea, T.P. 1 " 2 SO Blcbaidf, Wdi. sheriff " " .... 3 " Lre Mrfngslon. 3 00 a ta tletailj of so much crhno and so many casualB " " Sep 3 Bamo IKlTtA " ties." "ta GlTens.DavId.a" Arr. Illchmood .... H i)tU ............ ...... ' 2 40 Robinson, T. B. " 5 Aug....... " .... Indeed, ho reads comparatively little of any Gwxh, Wliber 2 " Lse. Rowland .... " 7 70 am " Bame 2 19 S Bept....... liiid now occasionally a pago or two, may GurttGrccn, 2 " " Laneasttr ... 8 II am ....i,...... 7 SO Roberts, Amanda 3 days hauling... Arr. ltlcbtnond.. to, of ono of his favorito proso authors, that II 00 am .... .. ... . " 2 60 Robinson, P. C. 1 " Huffman, J. K., clerk election, Aug mainly consist of Hawtliorno, Dickens and 10 pel Louisville & Nashville R. R. Lre. Richmond 2 " Sept... " " .......... 2 SO ftoblnson, Richard 1 " Saino Arr. Winchester.. Thackeray, judiciously selecting therefrom 2 10 pro 7 00 ami.. 2 Aug- " 213 60 Arr rarls.. Rold, Dr. Hugb, mcllcal serrlces 3 20 p to S (O am ......... Hansford, W. 0., Judge matter of cheerful tono and subieet. Whim TUB IISKAT " Bept " - 2 4 SO Wesley .keeping pauper Lre. Leiltigton .. ltout, Sime undisturbed ho b much given to musing; but Allowed at the 0ctob9r Court of P m, 7 23 a m 2 4pm 2 S SO 1 CO Rice, James tobacco for Poor House......... 8 Harris, M.J. , clcra election, Aug at times will converso willingly and fluently, TIIUOUGII TRUNK i in 4 17 pin " Cynlhlana..., 3 S p la s 2fl a mi 3 40 pm p m 2 188G. 53 Claimr, " Bept.....-- ." 6 Reld, Samuel 2 daya hauling.... ..... Bame displaying thereby u power of memory that, raunoulh si p m 10 Ola u' is pa 15 00 Richardson, Ben I days hauling ........... . 2 50 10 tii a hi view of hb fceblo physical condition, L Holmes, V. V , tobacco for Colngjoo.. JJOjinJI 0 m 43 p ra o (7 Ra!ny, W. G. goods for paupers quito unlookcd for, recently surprising hh Hays, J. C, two days hauling., 10 " .. ron not n littlo by reciting verbatim ono oi Itedd, Charlee, 1 days hauling.. 260 Tnifjllowinglia Ui'o tbtj ' lilais tlut were Hubble. Lt1, 4 " MiYavIIiliE UltAMJII, 2 80 Rowton James t ' Charles Lamb's longest essays. 2 SO alliwlat theOctobor CoJrt of Clclia 1SSC, 10 Reynoldr, Jto. 2 " Hb thoughts often revert to hb irreparable 3 HlgglDS, W. M 4" TflTII S " lost of wlfo and children, speaking of oack rTriTsrri" Vo. ZiT Hubble, John, 2" uauy I Dal It Pullman Palace Sleepers. Noatii. Hour's. 10 25 Stsgf, D. B. 2 " 3 10 00 ..... J. n. i days hauling ........ tenderly and regit tfully, and manifesting a Ai'a-uHawkins, M.B , keeping pauper Kx. BunJKx. bun. 3 75 Sandldge, P. C sheriff e tctlon Au( 2 80 keen interest In tho proper enro of thait jidims.J. B. 8 CO Uflm, Samuel, IJJdajs hauling '. " Lso'CoTlnglon. M " ' " 2 SO Smith, Monro, Judgj graves ever dwelling on tho domestic afflic- Adims, J. W. " . 10 00 " 2 00 pu 1 IiiInvIWo " Islington ..... Same 7 23 a ra, 4 23 Bame " ' 2 Same 10 Bept.. tions which havo broken hb heart, and envelFurriihtng Pauferj 13 00 " " pin " Parti to .:tslivllle, Holmes, Geo, 4 S 18 a m 5 20 p ta Sampson, O. B. sheriff " Aug.".... 2 " oped hb onco brilliant intellect in a brooding 10 " Sime " 3 CO H.lmts.T.M, " 4 .Meiiiplilw, Arr Millers burs;.... KOlU 6 41 pin " Carlisle....... V 01 a " 10 2 S3 Stringer, Jno. W. coffin for paupers....... and incurable nwlancholy. " Same " -- i 3 00 Uf use, Thomas, 1 " ui 6 t)j p m Brooklyn JIaga-imo- . " Jobrson Atiiiiiui, 0 43 a M C S C i ia " 7 SO Smitb, John 1 days hauling " 2 80 M111D 13 0j " Maynlll, MoiilKouicry. Hucn. KJ, Jr., colored, 3 dsys hauling !0 30 m 7 JOjij: 3 7J Shropshire W. II. " " Aloom, D.J 4 days hauling . 7 SO 125 1M Hill. T.J, liitllo Ladle on tho Ilcnclt. tio. Si "iN"o75r ' ..,...... 12 60 BlmpaoD, Thos. 1 days 2 30 " Aiidtrsoo, J. L 2 days twilling.,. . 6 00 llnnn. VA.. colrod. " 5 Away oijt on tho pacific coast a poor, weak .lluhlle mitt ,etv OrleaiiH. Dslly Dally 1 " " 1 43 Eton, J. M. !f SO . 2 80 .... I.M7 Alfard.A.J. I x. Hun.'Kx. bun Holmes, Bue Mrs., keeping sian suujtut to dbprovo tlio allegation that Anion, W. D. 2 " " t " " 3 75 Btone, L. H. ............. 2 50 8 00 Helm, John T , 15 dsys hauling nomen by choice always sit down on the Audiita,Jno 3 S3 a m!l2f3pm Ooly one chauge to points In 2 60 3) 00 IIIII.T. D 3T5 Bpoonamore, A. L. I dtra hauling....... " , " Furultklus Peupflrs.... VA " Johnson ..... 2oor or ground to put on Or off shoos and 37 a in jj p m " filnglcton, Matk C 13 " ,....,. IS Alw.ru, Dr. IA Medleal ScrTie...... " Carllslo ...... 00 Hcndrlcss, Jas , .lig'ng grates paupers li 7 25 a in, j stockings. Ho placed some benches on the 2jp u " Hlllcrsburg . 1 Sampson, C. B. " " 2 SO 10 (id Howard, P. B , 1 day as tlewer... 7 16 a n. 2 30 p ru - 1 leach, where a number of young ladio were Arr llirl' 8 10 a m 3 IS p ta " 2 80 Bhslby, Isaac " S.II118 8 73 10 00 1$ " Islington Hutchison, T. W 1 days hauling In tho habit of oeauionally going to wade in a oft m io 1 Bpoinam'rr, C. M. hauling 3 75 " OiTlnton . ... i 00 Harls J. B , I day as Tlewer 1 to a m rt 00 Pm tho water. They camo and gloefully took Allni.J.A. Jul;eEleellon,Sapl.M. p iq Wru, I days batillni 1 Smith, 2 50 " 2 10 " 1 " possession of the benchej, but when they Adsiui. r B , " Kama " 31 50 Skldmore, John 1 " 2 69 Seeking homes on tho Hun of this road will (caln serrloas jnado up their minds that they wanted to wade Hunn, Geo. Dr., incites! speclnl rutos "tTr.1,n'.3 I""1 5 00 fll.hij', Coluiubu-- , 2dajs lii'iln, f.ro Jfl"T blwMn Win- 5 down they all nnt on tho ground to unlace Harrow, v. Hubble, Jno. P., 2 days hauling W3s Agents of ttii Coupst lor ratts.routm rhilr !&'tf M,d. C"u""",t,i ,h" Thompeaa, C 2 days haullrg..,,. 8 2 00 K,, Judz hleotlen, Au 10 " ' or write Ac, UlggUs;AV.M,4 their shoes. Xcxt day thi. jwor, weak man 2 Tapp, Bell " " Eamo ' 8 c. p ArsioRK, i p. a r.A Sipt.......,, s i CO Hlgglns.Jno B.,2 " Lad hb servant spread broken glass, oyster Taylor, Janes 2 ' l,ouliTllle, Ky 8 Hruro, I. M., HhcilH CUotlon, Aug ........ 6 " " 2 lluntngion, Cr.srle.ton, W. Va an" lU,ilta shells, ut., on the bench und then waited, Hays, James " Totten, J. L. 2 ' " " 8ame only to wo the girb at wading timo indus3 20 Ttlbble, W. A. clerk clectlaa Aug.. 2 THE HEM (.WEEKLY Johnson, Jno M , shulff tlcotlon, Aug.... triously dear nway tho stun until they had BliiikrnsHp,S. F, Julgs Eliotloa Aag.. " " 3 20 Bamo Sept. 2 Bept... " eept Same " Same room enough to sit down. Then ho went 8 Taylor, Dr. G. A. s?rTcs to KngUman... Aug... BUhnp, J(wUh, Joacs Bros., 2 days hsullng away and marveled. Chicago Herald. " Bame Baston - 12 50 Batne Spr... lunls. Wm. hauling and coffins 37 81 Tuttle, F. B goo Is to psupers Aug..'. Bluikeushlp. T 3., James, J. W., gjods furnlsbod piupsrs...- ...... ... .u. AVliout on tho Sago Jlrusli I.uiul. tall nn 4SCt 37 Thurnian, A. hauling company, or Bopt... Same Jamts. G.W, ' In tho spring of 1SS8 tho land department B.F. B. WORSE, 7 Tanner, K. L. proflslons tor Young D. A.FKKLEV, " " Auf. Jonca, D. G. A 6ons, of tku Central l'aciflo railroad decided to Bmlu.G. W. Oen.lW " " Bame " 10 60 Same Sept... Johcson, John M., asrrlces deputr sheriff mako a faithful cxirImont of wheat grow, 6 Tucker, W. T. 4 days hauling lI.LMfcfeR.w.Tcr.UX,D0'k' ..... Aug... Bauli, D. A., Clrk A. Dr., tneJlcil serflces Jackson lug on the sage bnwh land of Nevada with, General offices, OiTlugtwi, Ky. Tanner, K. L. goods for ptup?r " Sept... 84ue Jeukint, It. W.,urIcesai Tlewer out irrigation. At first tlio experiment was ' Taylor, John keeping SOUS 4) Dr. S , Medical .Services Bailey, Jones, D. 6. A Sons, gwds for paupers a jiartJal failure, but thb has provod a Tucker, R. B. 1 days hauling 2 to most gratifying success, tho land yielding Blankenshlp, U., 1 daya hauling I ',5 KLus D.i for burial clolhts " 8 fifteen biisheb to tho acre, and tho quality of Berzley, E. B , 2 2 80 Vandereer, D. V, ssi'gneo of V. G IUl. ' 1 " 2 0 Klrkpitrlck, D 1 days hsullng wheat being good. Tho result of thb experi- Bibb BIchd , ney, coffins for paupers. 31 " 5 Biooki, Gordoa, 2 ment would seem to indicate that tho sago 2 Vandereer, D. W. gaols for paupers 200 72 Lane, O. M., Judge election, Aug 10 Ceffina lor Pauper Bams brush land of Novada b worth somethinc 2 " " "'".v siiiiuino. Varnon, T. W.scrtlcei as County Judge. 750 (f3 ..;.,. :t.:."' RrUlM.. tralui'oni. li Lynn, Jno, U., clerk 2 72 11. ,l,lo after all, in thLh casa tho state may becomo SrowD, Chris , 8errices as Juitlco an co "" ""' .,nnu. iliral.t for BTANlfOHD, KY. " II. Leach, Jno. U sberia" .. i nirbr.trr DvWnp. I, M , 2 days hauling 6 IIMitu... 4. f something moro than a pocket borough. 2 2 nine, G. a, clerk election Aug (llm..) I,, ,, f I.ilcU.U,,ii . .k ... " 8ept. ..rclgultr. t Line, G. M., Judge 1 Blslnpamusl, hauling part of dty, NAWS PAPfR. Cklchr.1.. . r.'liirn malL Now York Tribune. -il " Same Bept 2 2 Lrnn,Jnc.G.,clrk " nin vnt'l. 1 days hauling Bame . 2 SO UKh, Jno. U, sheriff ' WALTON, 2 72 Wells, L.K lumber IS 10 " ',t.'liV'L,,MF!.,A",r",h", " ' 8 Butlu, A. H.,2 " I'rnnjrorol fill.. I.kr Same two days hauling ... 2 00 Cutting Into a Grape Shot. days hauling ....... Lawreoce, James For sale by Dr. M.L. BOURNE, Stanford. 10 Wearen, B. K, coffina for paupers 13 3 " Koutbora saw mills pro occasionally cutting Baugbman.J. K., 4daya hiu.log " 2 Logan, Hugh, Is published erery Tuesday and Friday at the 80 ' Walton, T. It. prorlslons S) 9 into u grapt shot imbedded in trees during Bruco.J E., L'.TCty BUI, " 2 " low price of Lona. Wis., 2 51 Walton, W P. printing bill 20 SO tho late war, nnd a firm that makoisaws pub- Butcher, Jno., 1 days hsullng 8 " Long, Bromfleld, 2 " weeeMlillrrecon,,,,. Bogie, Ju3. A., Supt. T ubllc cboo's 0 O Wearen, B. K, coffin for Eoglemsn 2 60 TWO DOLL IKS PER YEAR. 3 lishes as an advertisamene a statomeut of a " I " Lackey, itn Oiri.l. 12 Brown, U. Vf. Dr., Medical Berrlces InS'Gll.u'0000"'"1 Williamson, Jos. coffin for pauper 3 saw mill owner that tho finely tomjiered saw 8 rl TO I ll.T. Line, B. G., coffin for psujer FiOuruu. nn i,l ., 8 8 ho bought of tho said flrn had sawed clear Bslley, J iicj.2 days hruling .1 u.kJ? ,olJ eonildw. Lylle, Alice M., 2 days hauling HHHoviiuri. Yowell, P. SI. Judge olectlou August....... " 10 E, F., 4 " 2 Bslley, through ono of them, one and 6 asclirsassturwilca. th sarTlcss, psuperi med. Dr. T. Urt nf by lbs ' ' Same Bept 23 87 Lewis, 2 Aleglt A tUL, inches in diameter, without hurting tho saw, Bright, John IL, lututerfcr brIJgo IC Bame crwiCiiaUilCs. Young, J, 8, 2 days hauling 5 and that ho cut two moro logs into lumber be- B ugh, Henderson, 'or houso to bold eleo- 0 r ALL CL4UBS- lluJtw.K. Y. Bame Ctaolnnatt,! .,........ 4 tl0U.,....M.. ........ ...... 21 i fore stopping, und then ncedod onlythirty- Ohio. Bame 4 35 SolJirDfurtim. Bailey, J. P . Clerk's fee bill 89.5C3 OS nvo minute lor iiiing ueioro going on as good Jfoatly and Cheaply Exooutod. 19 SO dame tilt 41.00. " ..... " 12 30 Slate of Kentucky, ms now. Sims Chicago Times. I9 60 " " Bame Lincoln County " " 8 05 Bsoie 2 CO I, Geo, B, Coopar, Clerk of the County Court Lumford, Ben, 1 days hauling " " 12 30 aims To Avoid Drowning. 1143 for tho county aforesaid, do certify that the foreLlslngiion, J. G., hauling on joai untiv nuyifidAM, 5 11 23 going le a true list of the claims, " vPersons who wish to avoid drowning are Bourne, Jno., 2 days hauling " allowed at tbe Ua:b, Uanln, BTANPORD, KV. a Brwu, J. L. Dr., me.ll:alsertlcei, 6 .... advised by an eastern physician to lock the October Court or Claims', at the October term 1583, Lay, Jackson, csffia for Collier 23 ..... Sands behind tho back, fully inflate tho lungs Billey, W. C, goods for r'Jpra from the records of my office. Witness my hand W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor Long, Win , 2 days hauling. 8TANFOBD. KY. 2 Bailey, J. W., iberirreUcttoo, Aug. s clerk aforesaid this 15th day of Cotober 18M, xnd ci tho mouth. Leach, Mathew, 1 day as Tlewer " " . 2 It, Ubt. J., Judge BIsoofStsge, 20x50, Elsht oomnlstesets of Been. GEO. B. COOPER, Clerk, . Long, Bromceld, 2 days hauling. SO CO capacity, Xii To vemen o headacho h a poil friend that Klalu.Johu, Clerk's freblll viewer "yj E MPFFM.1T D C (fery. Beatingr'tee to fodIncluding gallery, COfl. ?uT,ed. dBl,nr'J when Leaoh, Wm.( 1 17 atlrscttotr. r.FriM 2 SO ti.rbjr, Mrs. C, I days hauling...... tUeu, JJaLae. xswr . M X IWk. Wn., ii Bright, John It., 1 n 2 Bruce. J. E I'aillo, Joseph, Allowance.., S 78 2 60 S twls, Dr, Thei. B., raed. Bm Bmi " ' ' ietT'i,rupf.- - 12 1 SO " ... ... ... vHTWT5HflT ' 10 10 25 2 80 pOTAl e lIi nt ... 4KlHe l, MYERS HOTEL, oj-e- s, er bo-co- - - POWDER Absolutely Pure. STAKFOUB. KY. Propr Hih irk thr ., ... '"oKil ...... land-senp- H-- , , ." WMmF fH'it-'.luclirvf.lhii.- rf I-- i,f ,t, ttt ....... . rnllit Millor & Carpontoi'a. ilfirlii. - HEAL ESTATE AGENTS T. dark-colore- d con-stilt- L1.I i - Jersey Cattle rVwI-Ansu- al ! yat bsulloj... f... j Br.' .; din - tl - List of Claims L.&N. ""li" , . 1 .... .- 1 LIN poor-hou- se SOUTH & WEST s I tei . Yo-.u- Kcli, BOOTII-Bon-f- poor-hou- is . .. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS , .. 1 .Si, " . 8t "u .. 1 Interior Journal W. 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