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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886102601 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. fc Stun VOL. XIV. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. kr facta We were startled by news of the sodden death of Mr. Tom While, of Lancaster, which occurred on Sunday at the residence of his brother-Ilaw, El Young near McKincey. A report from Dt. J. C. Bojle, of Danville, on Saturday announced the birth of MbaNtncy. Of course thr young ladj's grandmother repaired at onco to thetccno of rtjolcicg. U. M. Qivena returned from tho Grand Lodge in good thape, Djvid Skinner Is back frtm Texts lo stay. Archie Goode is home after a fix yenrs r journ in the Wis'. Uriah Dunn ia cfl ugnin lo the South. Tho event of the erason was tho meet-lo- g of Lincoln County Sunday-Schoo- l Convention at the Christian church on Friday and Saturday. For some reason the atten dancu was not as Urge os anticipated; but the z;al of the visitors and the carncstneta of the clliz:ns made amends for deficiency of numbers. Among tho strangera were, 8. F. Wiahard, Prei. Eighth Diatricl; S. E. , Vice l'reideut for Lincoln; Geo. P. Ilrlght and family; Dr. J. L. McKce, of Dinvilli; Itev. J. Q. Montgomery, A. W. Carpenter aud other. Proceedings opined at 7 r. si. Friday. The Stcrttary being MIm Luella 13 right was elected to fill tho position pro. tern, which she did with marked ability. Tnu first topic, "Viewing the Field," was ably handled by Mcrare, Wiahard and After the opening aervicea Eldor Montgomery gave an addreva which is highly praiaed on the reciprocal relations of tho church and Sundays chool. Primary claet work waa dleciiMad in a lu- c!d manner by Mlrs L Brlgh; after which Dr Mckeo drew from hla large experience leivona (f witdom on ''Teachers' Mceilrgs and Normal Clams." Dinner wai then prcad and treated with brooming consideration, being as undeMtnndiugly ditcuraed as any other topic on the programme. Afternoon "Brlcglnir in the Sheavea" resulted In RoolIeciJoo of $11 S" from tho County aod Stale Unloce. Dr.McKee, in the ob. setce of Itev. A. 8. Moffett, was called to the floor and gs7t n mot intertsiing talk on ''Duties and Co opration of Parents, Ac " "The Question Drawct" came up next with its numerous ialerrogstoriee, which were Hitiafi.ctorily aneirerrd. Saturday .night the aubject wan "How to prcparo aod teach a Sunday echool I.enon." Tno lady to whom this was awlgntd w unfortunately absent, aud tho harden was imposed on en old foul I from a buried age, who wsh too biahfnl toty "no," an I who the duty with Mich ability as "this deponent sayctli not" Fine niuic waa u maiktsd feature through tho whole and the iuipreMloti made was ex tremely favorable Trie irflieocc of thtac conventions la who!eomo and the Sunday-echois dcitineJ to becomo at no distant dale, a poer in the land. Its advocates are waking up, and the horts of earnest spirits who are tccomiug eoliited in the ctute will wrlto their names 'en cne of the brightest pigca our country's hlitory. n nb-ec- nt 1ml About the Mule, n ." 'y? 6fe onrtuu. NO. 171. lo offlca aubjtct For Sale ir STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1886. mule can not bray If you tie a weight lo his tall nnd hold it down. This rtai touchlngly illustrated In tho cavalry movemmt that proceeded the second battle of Manaaaea, General Stuart with a large force of cavalry maneuvering nrouud the retreatiog army of Pps, got caught between two columns of the Union troops and wai obliged to cooccal himself In a denro woods between two pirallel roada'along which tho enemy were retreat ing. He had to lie low nil night until the columns pined by. Meaecngera that Union generala osnt to onch other were cp'.u red and held with as littlo mire as poMibV. Ooe grcil difficulty wjs In the mules In Iho ordinance and oommln'nry wagons from braying and thus exiling trie foe. For thla purple Stuart ordered a man to ba detailed to stand by each mulo and whack him with a stick as soon it ho offered to bray, for n mule like an orator, requires a certain preparation before beginning his neit and appropriate exercise. There is a preliminary protest made with IhaosrK.and certain rolemniler pf the nostril, an expression ol sorrow oycraproida the countenance, then the till is lifted. A briy dors not bretk forth from tho lips of n mule. It Ojlni awiy back in the ab Jominal vlsc'ra and comes gradu ally up. Now, hj i0on ai tho civalrr mules b;gan to prep ire for a bray, whack! whack! woald go the eticka, and the bray would ba aupprafoJ-r- nd thus all night. It Is said that this waa needle? pavcrity, for It would have sufficed to tie n brick bat to the tail of earh mule. Biltlin ra American. It la said that II. K. TAYLOR, LOGAN COUNrY, Is a Candidate or prBiiperlntcndent of Public Instruction- -' to the Democratic uute Convention. 0 aH Bargain.- - Publlaheit Tttcmtittya rimf Friday -T- $9 3EU ANNUM, OA&II. W. P. WALTON. rOJR & JLX."E ! I offer tor sale prlrately In Btanford, Ky., a very deslrablorealJencewltheeTen roma and porch-Weof water at the door; stable, Bioko home, Ac. About an acrs of ground in tha lot. For terma, Ac, apply to It. O. A LFOIC O, 1M' Agent fcr J. K. Allord. understood It wa credit that 11.50 will bo Pec ted mil domandcd. A valuable Stock Farmrontatnluga ,ie-situated 1 mlla from Crab Orchard on the Htanlord pike. .... Thd 1A tl. .(AM.M.M. ...1 In Hlanlord, on fioalh aide of Main street, built by Iam dally opening an flcgantllneol Fall Millinery, Including all Owaley A Pon. Also tho brick residence In which c .. .... uiiisXsiMjEifiy. 4 n.u uuw ilTloz. Jflt-t- l J.ii.awtir.iiw eUanford, Ky. The Latest Novelties of tho floaaon. 8ml-,,Lvv- Tho Touching Story uf Beryl and Berth. New. Nat another word." beautiful wai UerI ClearsMe Iteatl? as alio alocd bestilo Bertie Ccoil !u the father's brilliantly IIrIiIcJ parlor o( l'ralrio avenue residence that Ojtcbcr nlcht when tlio rlorloti liar rent moon huoK low Id tho western sky and tho bare bill championship lay bartctl in the la villa jf n unlnowD to mornw. She bad been alrglnp; for Idin this man lo whew she. had pbi-her heart such a little lime ago In thssoft Juno data when the klralne xipltTiaof oU&lciKoeuiuuifr hid llawu a wetV. waahlrgclTthe lino and her Ice cream campaign dree, a soft robe of purest white, which cJunj? to her Dim. like form in graceful folds, had stlled away Into the grsal unknown. Atllratrhe had fung nay verae-- , the sparkling harmony rippling fioui her lips in a cat old o of mellj that held Berllo Co ell spellbound at ber art, but after a littlo it ctctued ai though the slrl's mood had changed, f.ir when her fioRir had wander ed idlr orrr tha keyboard of the Increment far a uoment abo had bant ber queenly bead forward a III Ho and there came to of tho old ISertlo Cecil' care tbo word Scotch ballad: "When the cowa ome home " It mi at tho oonclii'ion of the lad slat zt from the piano and thai lhrrl had mored toward tho oonerrator. 'Speaking of cor," paid llirllo in hia rich, manly vnio, who o eriry tono thrill ed Beryl's wbole being, so in.ully did tho lore hici. "rssulnda in cf plturo-- ru And it retmed lo roe, sweetheart, moo la Ihit you, too, aro in danger of eatchlrg otldjyu ewm" It was thi-- that tho wnrda Willi whioh tbli chapter open vera spoken. "But why may I not ppeaLf ho oonliu 1, "Why may I not pay lo the cu who which ma ) all tho world to me word caye lur Irou euflsringi?' "There U no ntod of caution," replied 15 ryl ,eiL.n: in low, firm tone. ''IJul tou may not know," ha continued. "IVrbajw you aro not" Jlelleve me," paid Heryl, "iheru ia no danger none wbalovor " 'IJ.it why?" Tho faint still aslon rf a blush pasaid like n ware across the qirl'a beautiful face pa ho leaned trustlully over Hints and said in low moltlnB tones: "I am wearing my liter pad."-ChicI Htul CAPT. THOMAS TODDY. A Sp1endidJ)pportimity ir. hr kp niter.-tiqnoft- he To Kt a good home, A aplendld Bloe-raFarm In obedience to tho wiahra of our repub- or 1& AcfPHf tor tale, 2J rullca from tiumonl on ibo Knob Lick turnpike. TroductlTo and lican friend, wo rs anxious to roe what fresh. In a good neighborhood. Altogether a manner of man their cmdldalo for Congress mostuestrab'o nomo. Gill on .j. riiXXiAGToy, la, ho navcr having shown the light of his W9 tt Stanford, Ky. coun'enaneo hern, we have al considerable Also Notlona, auch aa Hand ketch ana Cuffs, Kuchlng, Corsets, Bustles,left. C!ollara Yon will nnd me nt tho rooms lately Yacatcddc. by nMt ,,oor ,0 tho Myera Home. ICMm KA TV It VD I) till A R. MT. This old and VEIiNON, KY. -- 0ley experifo and more trouble, finally secured tho nbovo p'r.turrt taking os tho Captain wan tmnrglng from the faf orlto republican method of securing voles a etill hunt. The si'lf snlNfied oxprcslon of hi) benign aiuntonanco thowa that he is plea;ed with h's work. And it must b; nd milled that is preferable from a personal com'ort point of view to be won ir.lo h frazzle ns he would have been hnd !i dared to meet Gov. Ms Creary on tbo ntump, Tho Captain is a hsrmlepe old fellow with uoro sense thau the picture would indicate and be is juat about ns good a man aa the republics could waste Ibeir volen upon. Storc-ISoou- a STor IN STANFORD. Stare-Roo- Kent n Hotel la still main-talnlngfine reputation. Charge reasonable. Bpetlal attention to tho trarcllng public. ' m Tho Haydcn tha test In Stanford, In location an t arraogement. Applv to ' r' XE"C'J'Pernon, Ky. Pro'i Mt. lcs 4t tr. a. Welch, Stanford, Ky. Town ILot For Sale I fn.,JrrJrti,en.tV,l, of Anderson. prlrately hia neat brick houso and Icffar. lotoT n7.r!TiII!2?i?2mcrMt ATenu ' Htanfrd. Tho Improrementa andiar, ,w-IT- "' JEJ. H. FOX, The Photographer, $?.. 16Mt P. 31, 3JonoilERTB. WnOLESALE Banville, Frames - - - - Ky. Souetiii.no New in Riding Hauits I saw a novel kind of a habit up at the school the other day. It waa the mot scntiblu and comfortable of anything I have ever rln p n din-cart- entcr-(aicmf- nt, ol ago Those Who Co to tho Wall. L'qiJor acta on tho brain in the same manner a chloroform 'or ether, producing a stimulation which effect cool thought, followed by a deprewton corresponding to What man would tho amount t f tho do expect to euc:eed in bupinca if be were accustomed to takr, whilo at work, even very flight whifli'cf ether, chloroform or nil tbo laughing gas and keep biu-cl- f time mora or leea uudor eueh beclouding inlltiencw? 8ach n man, cyrn if able to pre erve hi health, would jjrow rccklcit, lcq'ucioui andaoon prove no match for n cigar beaded rival. Liquor la an indispensable allay wherever victim i are eytlemat-icallflieccaJ, and its efltcle aro seen also in tho rivalriea of legitimate buinos. Tne , professional gambler koepi a free bar, but never drink hlmjelf when nt the table; and while a sober, clear headed, honorable merchant, doilir or operator would not endeavor to ply hi. rival with liquor, he would coin gnat advantage from the lat ter'a aclf pciuhl indulfionco Lfquor ahowa ila victims not only in aloo3and gamb. lirir dent but about lbuJe of Trade nd ftuck Exchancea nnd in uvery line of b e nqjlrlng n dear, ojol head. Modi-- r Hie driukrM who attempt to do with even elighlly excited brains aie the menwbuHre all the tlma nnkinc loeu andgoiegto the wall. Chicago Tribune ibI-iibu-In- Life In a Snowflake. Imaginative and wonderfully learned German echolnr tells us that every enowflake Is inhabiteJ by happy little beings, who bfgln their existence, hold their roicla, live long lives of happiness and delight, die and are buried, nil during the descent of tho anonlhke from the world of Thrsj scholars clouda to the solid land also tell us that every iq'iare foot of air potauaes from twelvo lo fifteen million of more or less pjrfect littlo beings, and that at every ordinary broal'i we destroy a or lex, of Ibeee happy liyes. The sigh of a healthy lover ia supposed to swallow up about fourteen million. Tnoy insist that the duat which will, as all know accumulate in the most secure and sreret places, Is merely Iho remains of inlllloos and billions of there tittle beings, who have died of old age All this, of course, is mere gurta work. Hut I do know that the snow in kouu parts of tho world ia thickly inhabited, I hnva seen new suow in Idaho black with little iuseoK Poople ttitro call tbrut enow lisaa Toey are as lively as poeslble, and will darken your footprint?, walk aa fait as tou m&v. They aro found only on the hili mountains, and only in very frwh and very deep puow. Thev of couise, do not annoy you in nny way. Tnoy "Ma, was p ever blind?' aikeda8ixtb are infinitely smaller than the ordinary hiretit youngntcr omlng into the parlor Ilea, but they are not n w jit lisi lively in caller. Ibeir looomutlon. where Ihla mother was entertaining "Why, no, my aon." Apnropo of the low necked dre ques"Could ho alwayn pee as wcllaahedoce tion, ihn story is recalled of the young tl0if" Irish girl wUo attendod a largo ball in Eos-lan"Of oourae ho conlil. Wht put bucH an years ago, in the ' good old times." Idea Into your head?" She waa evidently from the country aud aa '"Ohup," replied tho boy, ''abo (pointing she entered the bill-roo- m there was a thrill to the caller) told her huabtnd at the of diamay when it waa discovered that night that pamuatbavo church eocll last there was a marked discrepancy between been blind or awfully near tighted when he the hem of her dress and the top of her married you." boots. Fashionable ladles blushed to the The two women are now blind to each tips of the supposed shoulder blades, and Peoria otbcrV prcaenca as they paaa by. finally one of them remonstrated with the Call. wondering Kathleen. Her reply was perAtRtchraond, M, lives David Whlt-m- cr, tinent, and should become historical: tho only living witnete to "tho divine "Show my ankle, do I? Indeed, I di ; and authenticity of the biok of Mormon." He shure, so would you, madam, were your years of age, but in a dreaa pulled up around your neck where It la nearly eighty-tw- o should bs " fine atate of mental and physical preserva tlon Since his light from the Mormons, "la any one waiting on you?" inquired made necesoary by bis protest against the the polite ealeimrn of a Wcstville maiden preaching of strange revelations and doo "Well; I can hardly tell," she blushingly Irinei, he has redded at R'chmnnd for near- replied. "Soiuatimes I think there ia and ly fifty yean, and Ima nt different tlrco then again ain't certain, but Will's so I filled the office of Mtyor nnd Councilman. eort of funny, you know;" and then she lis Is in comforUb'o circumstances and is Mushed 2iln arid okei to look at some I are oillare. highly reapi-ctcd- . Some rc d table delicacy in the local marI have now ket is the Spiuiah onion, a vegetable dilTer ing from the ordinary variety as widely as A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and a nfe'-irinfrom a scedlicg peach. The othor Agricultural Implomonts, Spanish oi.iou ia white iu color and in s'za -Eesldeaa varying from an orange lo a cocosnut They are imported from Spain nnd this is Full liuo ol Buggies and Wagons the llrt time they hare ever been introduAlways on hard. In connection with ciy Implement business, I will also carry a ced to this market. When boiled iu milk and seasoned "Ith suit and pepper they Coniplcto Slock or Lumber, make a sufficient and deliclcus dish. They Both rough red dressed. Prices on orcry thing aa are devoid of tl.e UrcDg acid thvoroftho Iiou aa uuy one. home oblon, and do not leave the lingering, offensive results ol the latter. Louisville I solicit a share of your patronage. Rcapectfully, An Immense Estate. Mrs. Ranaom Timoi. I. H. liliVVE. will sail for Southhampton, England, about A double exacution has juet taken place th first of November. She go's to receive TltX her share of tho Shreove eilata. There is at Denis du Sig, not far from Algiers. Two now In the bank of Eogland awaiting tho Incidents of nn?poakibly revoluting cru order of 21 heirs, of which Mrs. Ranaom is elty occurred at it. The execntioner FROM WJJBSCC one, thesnur little sum of one hundred lot the knife fall twice on the second culKo Trave,cr Kctnrns Sick ! million five hundred tbouennd dollars. prit, but only succeeded in cutting his Ia these tight times each buret should consult Mre. Rinsoni'a share of this vast sum of head half off. Then tee executioner took bla own Interests. Why should you giro ono mermoney Is $1155,833. With ber already a saw and tried to fiiish the work, but fail chant AOo for an attlcln wbt,n you can bur tbo same thin from ncother lor laro estate this will make her the wealth! ed lo detach thu head. The miserable Justice to yourrelfor family. jne. Toilo lhli la not man, who waastill living, was replaced on est woman in Kentucky, and probably tho in me ncxi ptacn, you auouu ueaure io gel gooaPoor goxli are dear at auy price. Nowealthiest woman in North America. Ken the guiluinj sill the knife fell twice again articles. ims more ao man lu .Mauicincs. you wnere ta might aa well pay 5 Jo an ou ace tor sawdust aafo tucky, Lexington in particular, la to bo before the head dr. pped into the basket. inert medicines. toumo has lust congratulated on having for h citizjn a la aud C.iarlie, aged five and three icines all kinds.received his lsrgaatcckoi MedHarry ETeryartlclo fresh from tbo of dy ol such distinguished high character respectively, had jim bten seated nt the manufacturers, lie now baa the nlccat and cheap-cselection of fancy goods, show case articles, Ac, Lexgreat wealth na Mro Raasoai, and nursery table for dinner, Harry saw that Ac. Tho celebrated I Jmsro's Spectacles and oyo a specialty. The beat bran J a ington Tran'cript. there wia but om orange oo the tabic, and glasses ovory can warranted. Splendid ot mixed paints Jewelry, Immediately set up a wnl ng that brought sewing rnacuino goods, anglera goods, artists' A Huff.Uo newspaper lella of n young goods, chromos.frm(B, lampa, brushes, bioka ol "Why, Harry, all kinds, stationery, n tfcoimml articles far the man, the well known young occiety man, of hia mother oi tho sewne: what are you cryiag foi?" she asked. "IJ3 dear grandmaa, mallei) aunts aud the sultriest bacourse, who wrote to u pretty young lady by In the buslnesa-a- ll nt orange for Charlie." in (he Eiat, whom he had met and admir- caute tbere aint an Dr, M. L. Bourne's New IDru Store. . .. wl ed, raking In the courss of thu letter btanford, Ky. AUUMjai .M.i.-UIIII1V4 tati.i.. ir..Hi;n (IUI1 Ull hill UUliUCl, She answer han given $1,000 to the gulf coast eutfererr. a good uuny q'teations. el promptly, not the questions but tho e? Bucklen's Arnica Salvo letter, and asked some question) on her TbebcitSjhs Id the world lorCuta. UruUe own hook, each as thei:: Wrut kind ol Ooros.Bslt Rhouui, Forer Sores, Tetter, ChappeJ Who gave ol tooth powdsr do you Handi, ChllbUlm, Corai an J allSMa Eruptlona, you this nsmt? Do worais think? What and poaltlroly curca files, or po pajr required. I. do you think of the theor? la guarautcod to glio porfect aatlaactlon, or money Are the Jews going in return to RusaU? refunded. Trico 23 conta por box. For aale by A If you aro discovered are you found? The I'onny Ms.Yiliter. eho is making fun of young man thinks Wonderful Cures. l him. W. I). Hoyt & Co., wholeaale and Drug- w ol Koine, Ua., ay: haro It is said that tho exclamation "Ritsl" gtstaKUg'a New Dlicorery, Hlectrio been Boiling Dr. Jllttera and originated several yoars a;o at a theatro in Buckleo'a Arnica Salvo for two ycara. llare nav-c- r Q I g 5 Chicago when a lot of raw I allaa billet bandied gooJi that tell aa well, or give aucli girl j were dancing. They were awfully universal satlifactlon, Thero have been some wonderlul cures effected by these medlclno In this Hfrald of mlco nnd rita and it was the city. Sercralcaiea of pronounced ConjULaptliu piatline of tho Amsrlcan members of bare been entirely cured by tbo usool n lew botthe company to frighten tha Billerinis by tles of Dr. Elcg'a Mew Discovery, taken In connec yelling "Rib I'' at theca aa thoy stood in the tion with Electric BIttera. We guarantee them ? laag alwaja. Sold by Penny & McAlIater. 2 (1) wings waiting to go on and then enjoying sa h and by the word An Enterprising, Reliable House. thoir shouts of horror llr ksaaal M o Vtnnj & UcAUattr can alwaya be raited upon came into uae as a term of derision for a i false alarm and the streat then got bold of not only to carry In Block tho bsat of ercrythlUK a 4 but to secure the Agency for auch artlclea aa hate It. A new o teen a woman wear in riding. First, knee breeches, buttoninj close below the kcee Tiien high topped bootH, also buttoned clo'cly to the Isg owr the britches and above tho kuee. Oer all this waa worn a ooal like a coacbmati'd oloefitling ulster, bottonrd far enough down to hide the figure! ouly, and left free to t to the left foot, ond faalened by loops and buttons down the inside of the left coat tall, to the iiviiido of tho left leg. In this way eho was completely covered, ncd yet waa perfectly free as a man would be in eve of accident. I scarcely think thij style of balit will become popular, not for some time, at any rate. It exposes the fingers too much borore the wcarer'ia in (he and moil ol oar ladles will waittill thoy arc generally worn before they will have the courage to ulupl them. Ia too country, where one can manage lo eacaps observation, I can not think of a more convenient elj'.o of hiblt.-Boet- on Herald. In a lecture at a London church on last Frid-iKTnclo Henry Ward Rjecher took hia Eigliah audience by surpr'sj by deliberately knocking the brimitone stafling out of the bid place, A Lincoln Circuit Court, number of divines nt on-- rose to their feet W. W. Johnson is. Jennie Johnston. On petition. and a'ou.ly prutcstcd ogalnst the illuminaThspetUloBCrahaTothls .lav filed their tion of b'iooI from tic ecclesiastical reperthyClerx'aofflcool said Court, asking that toire. The Brooklyn pii'.or stood bio aald Jennie Johnston bo empowered to use, enjoy, sell and convey for her own benefit any propeity ground, however, and neatly turned tho ta- aho may own or sequlrc, freo from the debts or bles by ob'crving that nny man who be- elalma dcf her husband, to wnko contracts, suo and be aur aa a alnglo woman, trada in her own name lieved io tWo don'rine cf eternal punish and dliposg of her property by will or deed. menl and then got mnrriod and reproduced pubJUhed In tho Interior Journal, a ncwipaner ntirillaahfvl In Pf irtinril Ia u .1... hia speclei war a monster." Mr. Bjechcr JAME3 P. BAILEY, tCVS.tf Clerk Llnciln Circuit Court. has always hii gocd reasons for not be lieving in hull and his pluck is to ba ad MACE BUUCE'S mired. But ho cirries n heavy firo liabiliN. Y. Mercury. ty, Buggy & Implement Betciieu on Siieol TIMBER & LUMBER, 22 West Swan to Order. Street, BUFFALO, A.Iilshitl,,Car'.!1 l?rIao f-- W. Y. Illrch, o wii.0lk'. aia r Whlto Ash, Black Cherry, Poplar, Butternut ?.raP,e' Walnut Quar'-Ure- d Oak and Sycamore. rctl-tloD- in ... ,, hewpom nsws A. C, Southern Atcnt, Stanford.Ky. SIXE, i mmm mm, TUE aV CHESiPEflKEOHID Kcnfnclcj's ICgiiIo roa The only line rucalug HOUTE 3EttBt House. Washington, Philadelphia and Now York, PULLMAN XUW SLBEPI.W CAItS Ann A SOLID TRAIN Fr.ou Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky, to Washington City, Tho Direct Eottte to Lynchburg, DadTlllo, Noriolk and all Virginia and North Caroline Points. Fortlcketa and iurther information, rtpplr ta your nearest ticket offlce or addreia W. W. Mon-roGeneral Agent, Leilngton, Ky. 2d Vice I'icaldout. pdd, Fast Trains for Now York. Connecting In the eanio depot with e, 112-l- Gen'l Paas'r Ag't. Loulsrille, Ky. boxjiive: i Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, Baby Grand, Upright Grand, Square Grand. Wa Srn nntfntni tliB tuna, fMirr.1la, finest and txsi aiock of tnlrA.1 II.A PIANOS AN1 23 OICCIAIVS at Erer brought to this city. Every Instiumcnt la the prlda of an artlat and prices range from 10 to percent, lower tnan other dealers atk lor tha samo goods. Persona oi musical and art culture are invited to an Inspection of the beautiful, cultivated, rellned.tone and artist designs ot tbeso celebrated lnttrutncnta: d Tlio motis Decker & Sou, "iVorltl-renowiic- Kiialic, yio Fa erett and tho Ilcllablo New liiigland l'laiios. The Celebrated Olongb. and Warren and the John Church & Oo. Organs. nd prices, the I'otmlar Ev- 1 u? I rieasocouniunk.tte with its for catalogues, term ti. Ji. & L. J. COOIi, Special Ag'ts, btauford. Ky. ite I ' e? H man, Lancait'r, Ky, Or P.OSE B. RICIIARU, rost-olhcKcferencts A. IS. Pcuny, Mra. E. M. Carrea-te- r, J. M. Philips, J. 11. Moore and James Bras-le- y, Stanford; Mrs. Msg;io irolmca. Crab Orchard; Ucn. 'i. J, Landratu nud Mba Lizzie Huff133-ly- r rot-al- II a i pea A i ' OHIO & MISSISSIPPI from 11 Tho direct through line and old tatabllshcd routs Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis and all points in tho West. I f H l - ; : 8 afl o e 5 r E Two (J) Dally Trains from Loulavllle to 8t. Loula. Three (3) Dally Tralna from Cincinnati to St. Loula. Only 10 from Loularllla and Cincinnati tovt, Loula. hours The Me'.hoJIat Cnurch has made aston suing progress In Cinah. It now contain 1,700 mlnlatcrs and nearly 200,000 members, with probably not lea than 000,000 of the entire adherents, or about population of the Dominion, Its growth has even been more rapid than the growth in population. Tne rutsuonary income has also inoreased nearly 100 por cen. and tbo' now approaching $200,000, ia still inada quale to the demands made upon the treasChristian at Work. ury.There was an old settlers' meeting in Wayne county, HI., receatly, where a silk dress was offered aa a prizs to tho mother of the largest family. A venerable but vigorous matron who had reared eighteen sons and daughters won tho prza. one-fifth merit, and are popular with the people, thereby auitalntng the reputation of being alwaya entcrprlalngahd ever reliable. Having secured tho Agency for tho celebrated Dr. King' New PIscorery for Consumption, will sell it on a positive guarantee, It will aurely cure any and every aOactlon ol tho Throat, Lungi and Cheat, and toahowourcoaCdenco, wslnrtte you to call od get a Trial npttla Free. (I) woll-kno- Tho Only Lino by whlnh you oan got a Through Slooping Car From CinclnatltoSt. Louis. Rr. TVT la tne only line running A LIU 1XL. ibrougb iroui LouIstIIiS and Cincinnati to Bi. Louis, all other routea being made up of a combination of small roads. Via J, tJ: l! c M Tbo Ohio Hloi-pln- e Pile. SOc, For aale by Mclloberts Uae Green Cough Hatsam for cougha and colds. & Stagg. S a TiimrViNV Wheal llaby waa alck, wo gTO her Cos tor la, VTien ahe waa a Child, she cried for Caatorla, When aba becamo Miss, ahe clnng to Caatoria, WORLD BnslieSEiiicailca, Cheapest &CiiiMrclil When ahe had Children, ah garo them Caatoria, College lllcheal Ilen.r and Cold Medatl orr all other Colleftt. tHt W.rU't fci pmIH.., (oc SyttiB of ll.ek.ktrplnat o4 it oo Muta U TiwU UrBernllJuilncUdur.tt.n. Ht. ioTechereroploytd. (wt.rr.UUailnrit Vevrte, InduJing Tuition, Siatlenerr iJ Doara.sbaut SVO, bk.rt- IUd,Tj(-rllli- f andlitifir.PRT irvciamct. mm w, r iRin.,a Mil... LulnKton.Ujt. cU.ulus addicts W. IU Hi::':' " .., "Ssls&FE?" by other routea. Railway is the only lint between Loulavllle, Cincinnati and tit. Louis under one management, running all Its tralna through solid aud in consequence la recognised First-ClaKoutt between tnoss Cities. Apply lo ticket Agenia of connecting lines for full panliulara aa to rates, tlruo, maps, clrcuhra or aay desired Information, or write to ROUT. H. FORMAN, Trav, Pasi. Ag't Oall. Ii'y. Somerset, Ky. . The Ohio A. Cara on nlRbt trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cara on day tralna; Elegant Day Coach-e- s on all trains. Direct and cloao connections sra mads In DNIOy DEfOTd wllh diverging lines by the O. 4 M. Itallway, thus avoiding troblcaomo trans-fer- a Miatlaalppl 4 Mlssls-lpp- r Railway runs Palatial ss W.M.PEAUOI-Y- l'rt. Prj. and Otu'i Va r, Oca. 11s. Cicctnmitl, O. W.B.SIUTrlfC. A.'lr litjpiWH i i h ' li 9ARRAR0 COUNTY DEPANJMENT. Ml(n Sillier McGrath, an estimable lady Tn- - Va'r CmUf A" 'nvlntr ro ferred the matter of the candidary of Hal-se- ll of Lexington, was burned lo death Sunday Lancatter. and Rhea back to the district commit- by her clothes citchlng fire. Joseph M. EasoB and Miss Miranda Hon. Charles D. Jacob, late Minister liiker, both or Garrard, were licensed to tee, that body met at Bowling Qreen Fri October 26, 1886 day and after securing letters from each to Bogota, has been chosen president of the wed Thursday. Ky., Stanford, withdrawing from the race and pledging Siuthern Mutual Insurance Company. The Cit fun's Gas, Water and Ico Sup his support to the man named by tbo comSecretary Lamar refuses to revoke ply Co., is the latest thing on docket. The w, P. WALTON. mittee, proceeded to select a candidate Maj Wagner's commission as Pension capital slock is to be $20,000 Rhea and two other men were named and Agent at Knoxvllle, reminding the objeo- Mies Nellie Duncan Is rapidly conva after a long discussion a vote was taken and tors that the war Is over and its passions lescing from a severe attack of typhoid fe DEMOGBATIO TICKET, Rhea was chosen, 6 to 5. Afterwards on a passed. ver. Miss Lula Richardson Is a guest of For Uongrti proposition to make the vote unanimous, The Piiris AVirssaye that W. J. Lucas, Miss Jennie Sweeney. .TAMILS II. McOREAUY. 9 to 11 voted .or it. Whether this action a negro man who represented Louisa coun Horace Graham, a colored youth who settles the question as to the 3 J district be- ty, Va., two terms In the Legislature, is lives at Bryantsvilte, this county, was fined 01 Madison. ing represented by a democrat is a matter working on the dump of a new railroad $25 and ten days in Jill for carrying conof somo doubt, but we hope for the beat. A down the Ohio. How we the mighty cealed weapons WcdnesJay. The Blair bill to appropriate money man not connected at all with tho factional fallen! Bro Birnes closed his meeting at Lowfrom the public treasury to distribute fight would have beon surer of victory. Be The Rhode Island Supreme Court has ell Sunday night and went to Richmond among the States for educational purposes tween Halsell and Uunler, the present re- dismissed tbo bill brought before It In Monday morning. A large delegation is distinctively a republican electioneering publican nominee, the former only won by which it was sought to establish that the from this place went up Sunday afternoon scheme, an the Grayson Uazttlc remark?, amendment recently voted to hear htm. 200 four years ago, though in 1881 he beat nrohihliorv "shrewdly conceived and adroitly executed. Golladay.a recent recruit to the republicans upon in that State did- - not receive the Mr. Allen O Burnsldehasgoneto Texis womlorftil Puin-Cur- or Ita aim U to capture a sentiment that from the democracy, 2,400. Rhea Is said requisite three-fifthmajority. as and wilt mike that State bis home in the over dwells in the popular heart, and no men to bo a very bright young man, an orator of General" W. B 8hattuo, General Pass-cngfuture. The departure of Mr. Burnsldo know better than its originators that six the s and decidedly popular, but it agent of the Ohio & Mississippi, was leaves the county without a coroner and out of eveiy ten voters are swayed political is doubtful whether tho wounds opened by chosen Arbitrator of the Csntral Traffic the 0 vsley Rfl s minus a commissary ser ly rather by sentiment than principle that the bitter canvass succm be healed in the Association, Passenger Dopirttuent, to geant. Don't everybody speak at ones. seizja upon tho popular fancy whatever short lime before the election sufficiently ceed E. P. WKson and is also spoken of as Mr. Sam Eoglomn, the well known will for the moment triumph over the wise to insure a victory for him. the probable Commissioner of the new Wes- livery man of Ibis place, has for many but prosaic judgment." It seeks wlthepo-clomonths past been s filleted with sciatic rheuIn speaking of the exciting contest in tern Pool. a and plausibly presented terms and Bradley, the Pullman palsce car superguise of a good cause to make the Uth district, the Louisville lanes pays intendent who stole $100,000 from his em matism. The attack of the disease was se under the votes for the patty, to increase the centrali- its compliments to the republican candi ployes, went through to the penitentiary vere, confining the gentleman to his bed DEALER IN- zation of power at Washington and aid the date in this salty manner: If repoits be on a fast Pullman train. He was Indicted for weeks at a time. Remedies of all kinds were tried but to no purpose. When pretext for a continuation of the war tariff true, Judge Finley is a blackguard, as well Friday when he Immediately pleaded guilin times of peace by appropriating money as an ignoramus. He disguils all sensible ty, was sentenced to prison for five years Rev. Geo. 0, Birnes was conducting "his meeting here Ust week Mr. Eagleman was that should go to the extinguishment of men by his discussions of economic ques- and at 2 M. was locked up at Jollet. r. annointed with oil by Mr. Barnes. He tions, of which he acknowledges he knows the national debt. It is outrageously and s Richmond has now three flagrantly unconstitutional, according to nothing, and he insults all decent people W. D. Weatherford's, French & Hamilton's now walks as 'straight as a boy of 10 and the opinion of eminent lawyers, and the by the foul language he.employs in public and John McKenna's. Two or three oth- announces himself entirely cured of the terrible affilotlon. The cure is a remrrk democratic Home of representatives has addresses. It is to be hoped, for the good of taking out licemes. The town able one and the many friends of an Mr. name of the Gommonwealth, that such ers think set its seal of condemnation upon it by in has been remarkably quiet for the past are rejoiced to know that he has definitely referring it. True there are a characters as Judge Finley appears to be, year, there not haying been a man killed, been healed. few leading democrats for it, like there are will bo kept In private life. A man who Reg or even a fight of any Importance. a few for a high protective tariff, but the can not conduct himself like a gentleman Hre Stand Corrected, large mnjarlty of the party is opposed to In the presence of school children has no The thirsty Atlanta folks are having a The amount of claims allowed in Lxurel converting the general government into a business in Congress, especially as a repre- hard time of it since the recent decision of county was $2,696 Poll tax was reduced machine for collecting money to be diatrib-ute- d sentative of the State of Kentucky. the Supreme Court of the State cutting off from $3 to $1.75. Interior Journal. among the States, even if it is sugar-coat- ed The charge made by those republican every possible evasion of the prohibition Now, Brother Walton, one of 'the earli- W. B. MeKINNEY, with a popular education plea. The papers, which are exceedingly hard up for law in force in that city. The express trade Ealesraoa. est lessons we learned around our mother's JOHN BRIGHT, States are making rapid strides towards something to find fault with, that Mrs. In jugs amounts to $200 a day, while the knee, was never to repeat after tattlers. perfecting their common school systems Cleveland and the other ladies who expect- drugsists are kept awake of night to fill the We know from whom you got your inforand continually augmenting their appro- ed to accompany the President and Messrs. demand for alcohol: mation in regard to Laurel county affairs, priations for them. Interference on the Bayard, Eodicott, Vilas and Limont to the The great costs of litigation Is shown but he misled you. The total amount appart of the Federal government will result Virginia State Fair at Richmond, because in this item: The sausage case occcpied 2 propriated was not $2;696, but a little less in checking, if not crusiilng, the interest Miss Winnie DAvi,daugb ter of the Presid en t days last week and resulted In a judgment than a thousand dollars more than that; which Is distinctively the prerogative of of the late Southern Confederacy, was to of $0.27 and costs against Case. The suit the poll tax is not $1.76, but $2 25, in adStltes to regulate and provide for. Let no take an active part in Gov. Lse'a reception was first brouaht for $240. which Case dition to 23) ad valorem tax, and besides a democrat ba deceived by specious argu- of the party, is much too small a matter to claimed Fletcher owed him for a balance deficit of probably a little less than J2.0C0 ments adopted to catch the unwary. notice. It was not even considered by the on some sausage he had sold him. The for next year etarirg the people of the Judge Finley imagines he is making ladies or gentlemen and the real reason of costs amount to somethiug over $400. It county in the face, and your informant Is political capital and voles for himself by the change of programme was that tho trip was carried through the city, quarterly totally unreliable. You're an o'der journalrehashing the long exploded republican He having to bs made In one dar and several circuit and common pleas courts. Mt. ist than we are, and we'd die happy if we Dealers lrsll klna of about the mismanagement of the State's fi changes of dresses b;ing necessary, It was Sterling Gazette. ever hoped to be as good a one, but you nances by the democrats. In the years that thought to occasion more fatigue than they don't know some people as well ss we do. OANHLLE. BOYLE COUN1Y. the Judge did discredit to the bench of the could stand. London Leader. circuit court'by allowing bail to every red- The Switchmen's strike on the L. & N., The marriage of Mr. A. I. Caldwell of Mr. Henry Watterson, during his stay in handed murderer that appeared for it, he at Louisville, was not without a grievance, the firm of Hann & Caldwell, to Miss Mat-ti- e Paris made an interesting discovery a dislargely instrumental in tho increase of but they went at it wrong and if they had was C, daughter of Peter Gentry, Eiq , of covery because until now unknown to the the expense of the State, as the Auditor's not been working for the beat company to this county, is announced for the 23th. world. It is that in 1795 Jotcphirc was report for the fiscal year ending in 18S5 Its employes in the country they would not Miss Annie Alcorn and Mr. Jas. Reld, the mistrws of Carnot, then French Minisshows that criminal prosecutions in h:e have fared eo well. As it was tho company of Stanford, snent last Wednesday with a district cost $25,811.82; more than any recognized the justice of their demands and Danville friends: Mis Mary Shelby has ter of War; that Carnot, tiring of Joseph agreed to give Napoleon the command other district, save Louisville, two and a increased their pay as well as that of the gone to Fort Mead, Florida, where she will ine, HUKI.r.YH,- of the army of Italy if ho would take the half times as much as this and six times as brakemen whe joined in the strike. It i a spend tho winter with sister, Mra.Ood-fre- d f lady off his hands by marrying her. Na much as Judge De Haven's. The Judge said that Superintendent Downs and other Darbishirc. Mr. Joseph Mc James, of poleon married Josephine and In a few ought not to talk about finances. officers of the road acted as switchmen for Westervllle, Ohio, is here on a visit to old days left to take command in Italy. SupThe Springfield Republican says that it is a day or two and that the former could do friends. pose Walterson's discovery Is well founded very evident from Senator Sherman's speech better work and more of it than two ordiMrs. H. C. Bright expects to leave one what Is to be gained by making tho scandal rain, Wool, Ncctln, Fcml, Lumber,1, Etc. Mr. Blaine's speeches, Congressman Bice's nary men. day this week for her new home near publlo at this late day? Josephine's later letter and other indications of republican Springfield, Missouri. Miss Fieecle Cook, Another earthquake, which was felt all misfortunes, which enlisted the sympathy sentiment that the republican party relies along the Atlantic coast from Florida to of Garrard, is the guest of Mrs. Dr. H. P. of the civilized world, were cruel enough verf much upon the sectional Issuo to re- Mar-lan- d and as far out in the interior as Bosley. Mrs. E. W. Knight, of Cincinna atone for earlier Indiscretions, if indeed cover power both in 1SS3 and 188S. The Louisville, created consternation in many ti, Is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. to she were guilty of any. The probability is reSouth was never so tranquil, bo busy end ro parts of the South Friday. No especial E. Wishard. Rsv. O. A. Bartholomew n Watterson's story is a fi:tfon. prosperous as today. The colored race damage was done except at Summerville, turned from KanesB City, where he had that Commonwealth. wero never so happy, so progressive, so se- 8. C, where a largo number of chimneys been to attend a convention of hh Church, cure in their persons and property and in were shaken down and several geyser in time to preach Sunday morning. Miss Senator Elmunds, now in his 63'.h year, to tho United tbeir gettlngs and goings; never before were springs which flow water strongly impreg- Lida Taylor, of Greensburg, la visiting Mrs. hss just been so many children in common schools at the nated with petroleum were opened. G. 8andlfer. Captain J. K. Bishop has States Senete. Ho began bis public life as H. South of either race never so many in returned from an absence of several months town representative from Burlington in the The prohibitionists are wild with enthu- in New Yorir. Mr. Benjamin Yeiser has Vermont Leelslature in 1855. He has been higher schools and college?. In all the of clvilizjd peace and plenty, that siasm at Paris. They will vote on the gone to Little Rock, Arkansas, probably to a public man for 31 years, and if bo comquestion nearest their heart next Tuesday, make his home there. Mr. Harry Phillips, pletes the senatorial term for which he has section is advancing. when the ladies favoring the temperance The President and pirty were greeted cause will set a free dinner for tho voters representing the wholesale liquor house of just been cboien he will have served the xi3A.x.ii:it irv B. F. Phillips, is on a buiiness visit to people about thirty eight years and will bs with a grand ovation by the Virginian. la4t and an abundance JJf jimIcjU Wnll Paper, WIiich. of lemonade will ba free Ohio. only sixty five years old. This is a sad IIooUm, CllCUllClllH, Ijtmior IiiNfruouiouta, Thursday, when they honored the State to all. Mre. C. S. Nield is putting in her Tho remains of Misj Sallie McGratb, discouragement to tho rising talent among 1'nliitH, Stationery, Pocket Fair with their pretence. Gov. Lee made bwt arguments for the cause. NoapM, OIlH, Tnlmccop, who was burned to death Sunday mornlrg the republicans in the Green Mountain Cutlery, a speech of wclcomo, which was chock-fa- ll X.auiriB, Perfumery, Fire ArniH, Machlu We appeal to every democrat in the dis- at Lexington, are expected to arrive here S.ate. of good'thiugs, to which the President relVcotllca. by the 11:25 A. M. train for burial at trict to go to the polls next Tuesday and y SIlTcrvrnr'o mid Optical Hoods Department la In Clmrgo of Col Our Jewelry, plied in n happy tittle speech, in which An old maid of this city recently traveled Mies McGrath was a native cemetery. Tlios. U'chardg, who will I.epalr Hatches and Clocks promptly and In tho best ' there wa nothing in particular, but it was cait a ballot for Gov. James B. McCreary the to Detroit and took her first ride style. of Danville, but has resided in Lexington from here entitles him to a cheered to the eoho, all tho same. After- whose excellent a steeping car. She was obliged to take Gonuino C. O. Baits in Bulk, at wholosalo and rotail. by a largely Increased majority. several years. The manner in which the in wards there was a hand shaking and the an upper berth, and retired early. In the She was as follows. patriotic Virginians worked his "pump Every republican will be on duty. Demo- accident happened night she startled the whole arose from the bed in which she and her middle of the hardly lift it up. It crats should be equally as patriotic. handls" till he could car by a series of fortissimo shrieks. The sister, Miss Belle McGratb, bad been sleepwas a big day and tho vast crowd did itself NOTES OF CURRENT EVENT. assistance, and in answer ing and went to the grate in which a ser- porter jan to her proud in the hoartintsi of their welcome of fire. A moment after- to his irquiry as to her distress she replied President Cleveland has sent $100 for vant had started a the President's first visit South. ! the benefit of the sufferers of the Gulf coaet wards Miss Belle discovered that her slater's that there was a man under ber bed. After forty years of patient waiting her worst The rapid flight of time can not be bet- disaster. night dress was on fire. Miss B. burned her ter shown than in recalling that children Judge Owsley and Judge Bjone have hands badly in trying to extinguish the fears were realized. Chicago News. (The Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) unborn at the close of hostilities between formed a partnership for the practice of flames, but did not succeed in doing so. Railroad trains running through woods the States in April, 1805, will be old law at Somerset. She then went to an adjoining room for as- are more or less delayed at this season of tnough to cast their first vote at the comKentucky moonshiners will on con- sistance and was followed by MIsi Sallle, the year by leaves that are drawn to the ing election for Congressman, November 2. viction hereafter ba sent to the penitenti- who almost immediately fell to the floor, track by the suction of tho trains. They To those in this district who will first exer ary at Albany, N. Y. Central ana Itepresentatl-'y.nRPMIn WcklyNewippro(Inthe inoitdlKuulonamJ dtVotel to e States oti the flames having done their work. She are ground under the wheels, and the raois-ar- e n newt entrprUo, ftaileu public ths best Intor-eielse their groat privilege as an American Mayor Carter H. Harrison, of Chicago, died soon after, having inhaled the fire. of the Firmer and hit family. It baa no superior ai a newiptper. ground under the wheels and the moir- cttiz:n we would say: There Is a great deal has been nominated for Congress by the She was a niece of the late H. P. McGratb, tnre thus pressed out makes the rails Blip- in a good start. Ba certain to make yours Third Illinois District democrats. and a lady of many lovable traits of chnr p:r. so by voting for Hon. James B. McCreary New York is the city of newspapers. acter. A countryman and his son "put up" at a for Congress. Tnere are 47.) publications there, including A Former Lincoln County Alan Does to Hotel city hotel, Son out teing the town. Old Is furnliheda to lubicrlUn at the. tow rate of ONE DOLLAR a jretr, making the rrlca leu t cent copy a week. It glrn all the nwt, with eiery deilrabla datall, in decent shape. The Louisville Exposition, which has periodicals, 29 of which are dailies keeping. gent cornea down from his room at midHenry George was ones the private steadily lost money this reason, closed in a THE MARKET ItEPOrtTS are given In full, and Ibsv are noted for their rtllabltltv Reports are The list of arrivals at the Globe Hotel is night and says to the night clerk: "Has telrgraphed datly orer our own special wires fio a all Ibe leidlng cities. blaze of bankruptcy Saturday night. lis secretary of Abram S. Hewitt. Now they wonderful, especially at this season of the my son come in yei?" Night cjerk Guces AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Is ona ef the mat ftaturnot the Weekly and li taoit val liabilities are stated at over $143,000, with are rival candidates for mayor of Now year. This la one of the most popular and not. Havn t seen him. Old gent Wei', THE uablo to erery farmer. Thli dcjmitmcnt Is edited by thow of long exporlencs. building the only assets. It York. tho ground and resorts in the State and yon needn't sit up for him any longer. -C- harles Henderson, a well known sportto youn? people, Is very Interesting and THE CHIMNEY CORNER, devoted exctuii-e'- y Initructlvo. is safe to predict that when the electric a large Chicago Mail. ing man, Is under arrest at Louisville, Ky Mr.S.E. Owens' friends attribute and Cholen Selections, with fia bcit correspondence fro a ORIOINAL BTORIE8 lights were turned off Saturday night it 'all parts of tha Donularlti- to hi preance be share of its Globe, oiukc tho Weealy and complete. on a charge of beating a farmer out of 0 Six years ago Mrs. Sarah Ward, of Ev was for good and all so for as to illuminate hind the desk Ho was one of John Morat three-carmonte. Kcnii-Week- ly another such an undertaking at Louisville. and all Kentuck-la- n ton, Of., inured her thigh, and afterward The Treasury Department eatlmatos gan's famous cavalrymen Bssldej his other walked with crutches, until recently, when Contains eight page will look Owens up. The beautiful Jesslo Buckner, who was the Issue of the one and if eight columns taih, and li printed ercry Tuesday and Tridav. is mill.,1 sliver attended a Faith Cure Convention in at Ji 40 per annum, postsgo pstd. Persons who can not liko tho Dally CommercialIt dltabilitles. he and Milt Birlow. the negro she (iaaetta brought Into considerable notoriety by the certificates at $50,000,000 and the five-do- l who want tlmuowsoluner than en a week, will find tho BemMVecily an admirable psper. and Milledgeville; where it (s said she was comminstrel man, were boy? together and plow-e- d Phil Thompson -- Walter Davis tragedy, has lar certificates at $60,000,000. pletely cured In answer to prayer. She Is gone to Stn Francisco, where Bhe will make in adjoining fields, However, Captain A fire at Farmlngton, Mc, destroyed and his friends 70 years old and soon after tho cure walked having prepared her- thlity-threher theatrical debut, dwelling houses, nineteen Owens Is a good landlord, Teims of Subscription by Mall: half n mite. self for the profession by a long course of stores, three churches and two newspaper will always find him right nlde up with Mn year (omlttlnj HunJar)., One year (Includloz Sunday) ...12 ,914 03 News. Sumac gathering is becoming a recog- CU monttas. ' ,. study al New York. ' ... r, Mx months. " offices. The loss is $300,000 and the insu- cue- .- Augusta (Ga.) ,. .. 7M " .. 3 Thiee months, Three iiioptbs, .. 8 CO nized Industry in portions of Virginia recently pur- rance small, The Jeamino Journal, There are 5,000,0000 people engnged in non. J.S Kerr, Speaker of tho Wyo the dairy business In the United 8tates, This year the quantity gathered Is uuusu-all- y by Mr. J. M. Kerr, has added a chased large, eome gntberera having maco Bteam engine to its large outfit and is put- ming Legislature, shot and killed his broth- raising a product valued at $500,000,000 a ConilsttDgotScirlnyMachlnis, IuiprovedWti,rlury Watcher, Gold rens, Pencils, Valuable $500 each by collecting the le&vra ord etc, iwii paper. Jisiup'e copies free sun In ting on metropolitan airs' generally. Mr, er, W. S. Kerr, who had seduced tho for- year. There Hre in this country 15,000,000 Kerr seems to know his business and has mer's wlfo. He also received a slight wound cows, producing 1,000,000,000 pounds of ranchei of tin u'iriib, wltiah they call -nai Cerl Children Cry FOR PITCHER'S sh nfc sleria tho most known. s er Centaur Liniment tho world has first-clas- u w He irjGfrtlYS, bar-room- Hardwares Farming Implements. En-glem- Groceries,' Salt, Lime, Cement, iEleyatoris, JPumps,, OidLer Mill, fcc. WEAREN & MENEFEE. FavminglmplementsandJMacliin ery, Sine Boggles Gossfages a ol, hr Spxing Wagons, Buck Boards- Farm Wagons, Cov-lugto- M'ROBERTS, ' & STAGG; tarn, Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky. WEEKLY oisrjLjrsr THE CIWCIWHTATI GAZETTE $1.00 jl. ''jesjAJfl. ..'! The Weekly Gazette best-kno- - $3,-40- Heiul-Wook- ly Tlie two-doll- Daily Commercial Gazette, Our Premium XJst e , -- THE OUJOlEItOIAX, GAZETTE CO., l 3ftas 'H I'jim Siu-K2ecUnltrior3o- Fnnstr fi)i find oyster, tnrved n nay and at any lime at J. T. Harris. October 20, 1886 which be trade, A. A. WAnnEN wanta 100 dossn eggi lor will par 12 cents per doti in " Stanford, Ky,, B. O. WALTON, Business Manager. TVJWf f. 4 s a prst strain" it ii iV. Z.0C4. Mra r. m. tl M I M Owsley A CiUlO haro reostred another lot of abort wrap. Pleaie call early and examine, Malt trslngnlug North...... , 1 M Boutn MHHHMK MMIIHHli I" Houin n.M.....immm..4 1 23 liOTDHMMMIIMtMHINM 19 A M I Tht a jot tl la calculator on standard time, 20 Holar The raluable mill property here waa pat up nt auction yesterday and withdrawn at $0,000 It ccst $23,000. III about ralnutlaiUt LOCAL NOTICES. Dinseu Srra, tea aeti and chamber ret and library lamps cheaper than you ever aaw them, at Metcalf & FoflterV. r your Sohoui Hooka from Penny & McA lister. W ATCiira and Jewelry repMred on ihor lotlco and warranted by Penny A McAlia r. Huntkiik, Attextioh. - I.ouled Cart. ridge, all slr.i of shot, at Peony & Mo Mister's. A COMi'LRTK stock of Jewelry, latent style. Ilockford watchsa a specialty. Pen BUY II. Hardin, at liar rodiburtf, burned Sunday night at 10 o'clock. Moat of the ontenta were eared. of T. la well The residence -- Jul Jonm kiiiiI to It D. & L. Logan only lo stir up the democrats to the Importance of head of feeding cattlf. 1,123 pounds, at going to the poll, jUtrn Is alwaja danger 4 cents. Joe McAlister sold to eame party in orer confldecci and the democracy must 20, 1,210 pounds average, at same price not be guilty of it. Turn out en masse Lancasteh Court, There wre 200 cattle on the market yesterday; very few next Tueeday. i.. aold, Tbore aold brought from 2 to 3c, Tiir Rtnch Kirg Cow boy bind piridtd with bidding verr elnw. A large number the atreela yesterday in leather breechia of plug horeea were aold nt $40 to $95, No and sombreros and created much favorable mules ciTered. A bunch of mountain ewes comment on their music. We went to sold at $2 30. Good crowd. preaa before the performance laat night, but Alexander Trlbble bought of Thoodnrr the proitpect waa that a good honae would Dunn 15 extra good yearling mulea 15 hds. greet them. high at $93 per heid. Of;T J. Curtis 21 MARRIAGES. of the same at eame price. Ht B Parke! 28 Will Lanj and Mattie Morgan, both ol also bouht ol steers, weight 1 300 pounds, at 4 ctB, near Eubanks, were married a few daya Ol Burnam A Trlbble Gi, weight 1,232, a t since and have just returned from their bridal tour in Oslo the former home of $4 12. Of other pirlies 70 at similar fig- 1 The pclt'r niifmiua xl b.umliiy 1 T, wmm -- Dealor In- - dcrlptn J.tns ff K . 4. n enough to permit articles tbat It Aftrn lingering and painful illneft, can be displayed on Court Square without Gen, John Rodman. 01 Frankiort, died in digging up and destroying the grass, to be Louisville Sunday. abown there, but we protest against such an George B Letcher, the lawyer who was invasion as the patent gate In a few jeirs ny A McAHstr. convicted in Nicholavlllp. in 1831, of the with proper care the place can be made a killing of Dr. Enns and sentenced to 21 PERSONAL, very attractive spot, but it never will be yeara in the penitentiary, was pardoned Ma Li.niE JIklm baa returned from if it Is to be used for auch purposes. 8aturdy by Governor Knott. Another a lengthy y Init to Louia-lll- e. serious etsntf misplaced clemency. Puhlio SrrAiciNO. The following genMr. Gkouoe L. Penny left Sunday to tlemen hare agreed to address the people of Tne deepest sea sounding yet ifhcted Georgetown College. Lincoln county next Saturday at 1 o'clock: RELIOI0US. was made off the coaat of New Guinea with Mrs. M.D. Iluuuta ia the gueit of Col. T. P. Hill at Stanford; Judge M. G. a fuu hundred weight lead sent down from Mr. John M. Mcl.abtrte, Jr. Rev. R H. Caldwell will preach at Saufley at Huaioayllb; .W. O. Welch and Mrs. T. P. Him. and Miaa Mildred W. O. Hansford at Crab Orchard; H C Bright 8chool Houee nexl Sunday at 11 the English ship Challenger which struck bottom at the enormous depth of twenty-si- x Lwli are Tielling at Parkarlllr. Warreu at Tunnel City; W. E. Varnon at o'clock. thousand seven hundred feet. Boo Owcms, of the Commercial Hotel, Rev. George D.rsle closed his meeting Waynesburg; W. H. Miller at Highland; llarrodaburg, waa here yeaterday. A chap who was stumping around InMasterson Peyton at McKInney and J. B. at Shelby vllle Tuesday night with 34 addi Miss Lizzie Armstrong, of Parry Paxton at Maywood. diana on a wooden leg was sent to jail as a Mr. J. W. Alcorn tions to the church. Title, ia Tialting at Ktr. A. 8. Modetl'a. Iter. George Parker Is the new paator vagrant, acd the sheriff took from the intewill apeak In the Court-IIous- o next MonMisd Kate Edklin, of Doyle, ia with of the A. M. E. church here. He has the rior cf that leg $700 worth of stolen jewelday at 1 o'clock. Mrs. It. II. Mahony, at Mr. A. K. Penny'. ry, a knife, three fills, a fine saw aid a re appearance of a very Intelllgept man, The prohibitionists and others will be The charming Mlai Mangle Hopper, Union Theological seminary matricu- rolver. interested in knowing exactly when the II lated of Lancntcr, la the cuest of Mra. D. Petroleum V. Nby ia now engaged in 1.212 2.530 students; cense of the various saloons In the county of these were college student; 164 became writing articlea in advocacy of Prohibition. this week. MRS.T. M. Goodknioht left yeslar expire, a we hare consulted the record missionaries. When asked why he was opposed to whisdar to rtalt friend in lloyle before return with the following result: There were just The meeting at the Christian church ky, he replied: "Beciufe I have got twelve saloons in the county when the continues. ing to ber home In Franklin. Elder Yancey haa labored enough." Miss Li car Oeazley, who ban been prohibition law was adopted, the licecss of hard but so for there bas been no confesA la e fashion item eayr: "The bustle rlaiting Mra. J. D. Korreiter, in Louiirllle, one of which expired on the 6h of this sions. Four persona have united by letter is rapidJy coming to the front " That month Stephen Vanderpool, at Crab Or returned home Saturday night; won't work. They needn't try to blame it to dale. Minks D. H. Cahi'ZNTKIi, C C. Car chard. In Stanford E II. Bjrnalde's ex Trlbble, assisted by Elder on the bustle. Elder A. J. , aon, J. T.Craig and E. C Walton look in plrea November 2; M. C. Portman'a Dae. 7; B F.Taylor, of Danville, has closed a proInteresting Experiences. Mrs. Carpenter's January 4th and Mra. tracted meeting at Buckeye, Garrard conn the last of the Louiirllle Exposition. Illrtm Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, Mns I.odkrt McA lister haa gone to Vanarsdall'a February 1. Atlliwland T. ty. Fifty-si- x additions, 4G of whom were a tells hli experience thui: "For three years Cincinnati to join her husband, who ia L. Shel ton's and II. B.& Thomas Ferrill'a baptizsd in Paint Lick Creek Wednesday have trleJ ererr remedy on the market (or Stomach anl Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, unboth expire the 3J of May next. J. G. there under treatment for dyspepsia. Register. til I usod Electric Bitters. Took fire bottles and Mrs Geo. O Harms, who baa been Wcatherford'a, at Hustonville, will also ex Rev. 8 rother Cook, Jr., a missionary am now cured, and think Electric Bitten the beat weeki plre on the same date. At Crab .Orchard yialtlng I er old friends Lcre for from Africa, interested the children of Ihe Bloxl Purifier in the world." Major A. JJ. Itertl, Bitters went up Ic Paint L'rk Sitimlay to join her Mra Msrtba Harris' and 8amusl HarJiu'a Biptist Sunday-schoo- l Sunday in a talk on of Weit Liberty, Ky, used Electricsays: for an "Koth old stand Inj Kldnsr affection and cxpite on the 4th of January and Mrs.' the ways of the heathen of tbat husband. and InghaseTtr done me so much good aa Electric Mi's Naunerlk CAMrnsLL, derel-of- ed Laura Moore's on the 6lh of tho same exhibited a large number of specimens of Bitters." fold at 50 cents a bottle by Penny A Into a hands tme young lady, was up month. The last to expire is that of the what the people worship and the trinkets McAlliter. from Daughter' College a few daya with Crab Orchard Springs Company, which runs that they wear. . her mother hete, ADVr.KriKiiac.iT- -. till July 5, 1SS7. So absolute prohibition If the Northern and Southern Pies Mksrb. ANnnew F. Evans and Geo, will not go Into effect for orer eight months byterian churches were united thero would 7.. DImmitt, who left for the West some yet. Mr. Burnside, whose license expires be a church extending to tieij part of the daya ago, haye concluded to locate In Kan next week, has pat up the usual notices country, with 8,475 churches, G.G21 minisG-OODanville Advocate. ais City, that he will apply for a renewal of his li1 want sareral Rood Carpenters for three mentis. and 805,551 members. Tho income of Mr. Lewis Kossell came in to pay cense next court. He claims that he is en ters of the Presbyterian bodies amounts to very Will ray good prices. his subscription lo this paper and not to at titled at least to run his saloon till Jaunary It. C. JtJtADLETS, nearly $12,000,000- .- United Prtsby terinn. bis presence 15, at which time his town license extend the Hindi King show, Lancaster, Ky. 1 Elder Green Le Barber closed his there last night might indicate. pires. He has resignmeeting with 35 additions. Mn, Joe Mc. Jamts and wife, of Ohio, Circuit Court. The first term of the ed aa paator of Ihe Christian church, to JOU F. WATI'RN. passed and Hev. J It. James, of Simertet, 31 V. WIJ.IBEX. Lincoln Circuit Court, with its new officers, take effect January 1, when his time exFrom tho farm ol Qorkc Boone, two belter up lo Crab Orchard yesterday, The latter Judge T. Z. Morrow and Commonwealth's pires. Elder 8urbcr and family havo been calre, one deep red, the other rod and white goeato hold a protracted meeting. Attorney Wm. Heradon, convened promptly in Mt. Sterling two years ana they -- are ipotUd. I will tay a liberal reward for their re Amo.no the lawjers present at court at 10 tern or for Inlormarlon that wIU get them. o'clock yesterday, with both gentlemen highest esteem by the churob 11EXJA.3I1S BOOSE, yetterday were Meara J. 8. VauWlnkle present. The selection of the grand hry held in the g and community generally. He ia a Gilberts Cro-170 it and It. J llrecklnrldge, of Danville; W. having been made, Judgo Morrow deliverminister and an excellent chrie O. HanforJ, Judge Higgins and Fontaine ed a ttj full and excellent charge to It, tian gentleman, in whom everybody has the DFarni Fox Babbitt, Crab O.chard and L. F. Hub occupying three fourths of an hour. It utmost confidence Sentinel. Lancaster. ble, was listened lo with close attention by the I desire to rent for the year 1837 t be firm known The protracted meeting is still in pro Wk have just received ft call from Mr. jury aa welt a the large crowd present gress at the Richland Baptist Cburch, con si the Lee farm about 3J miles south of D. T. Kcowlcs, who is now in our town, containing 3S7 Acvch. The jury is as follows: Jerry Briscoe, J, ducted by the paitor and Rv. G. . Fer 170 tf representing the F. A. lUttey Historical JXO.D.CAIlVEXTEll. D. Bistln, Geo. T. Mcitoberla, A. K. Dan ryman. There were 33 ndditlona up lo Publishing Co., of Chicago and Louisville, ny, C. A. Redd, Ilsnry Ware, Thoa. House, Minday night. The meeting which has JESSE J. THOMPSON, who have In course of preparation an elabo G, W. Evans. J. M. Mcitoberla, Sr , M. L been in progress with the Poplar Grove rate history o( Kentucky, of which wo will Richards, J. M. Mcltoberte, Jr., George II Biptist Cnurch for two weeks, conducted THE ARTIST. harouiore lo say In our ntxt isaue. King, George Holmes, Allen Bjszloy, Wm, by the Rev. L. M. Theobald, closed WedSharif g and Hslr Cutting done In the laUst Burton. T. W. Miller. LOCAL MATTERS. nesday night with 4G additions, 41 of stylo. Ladles and Children gUen particular attention. Tho petit jury is as follows. W. M. which were by experience and were bap New line Glaware. Waters & Wearen. Lackey, J. W. Eubanks, W. T. Tucker, J. Tlio ni'YKIlS' OtlDK In News. tiud Wednesday-Ow- en tuned S?it. nml Dtnrcli, Mat Sindidgc, R. It. Gentry, each year. r31- - pngra, New etvle Pnotograph Frames and F. EJmlston, I 8J,xll.' , lnc)ir.v.lthut.r Luther Underwood. T. C. Cofley, T. W. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Wall Pocket at Mcitoberla A StaggV. 3,50O Ultutrntloim n, Carter, Sinlford Erwio, C. Vanor, J. 8, whole Picture (Jail try. Empty barrels cheap at T.R. Walton's. A new lot of patent ltomnn coreeta and Oweler. J. T. O'Hair. Joe Baugh. J. M. GIVES 'Wholesale PrUcs at Owsley & -- Car load fresh Salt at T. R. Walls received Itreet lo consumers 011 all f;ooil far other conets Hill, G. A. Lackey, O J. Crow, J. M. Phil funitTj uio. TilWltow to pcrnonnl or CralgV. A farmer near Albany, N Y., has raisips, W. A. Coffey, L. C. Carpenter, J. R onler, nml girt exnet cot of ciery-thln- a; ed n potato weighing 55 ounces. or you tv handscme stock of fall gooda Waricn, J. M. Wray, J. 8. Bledsoe, D. A NEW atd ait drink, J. H. Minksjiought of Moses Wray 24 have fun with. Thrso INVAIA'AMLH just been received by S, II. Shanks. ha HOOKS contain lnfornintlon glcimru from tho market of the vrorhl. Wo Call and exsmlno them. The care against Lswis Deihon was the mixed shouts at $50 for the lot. will mntl n cony FIIKK to any The Lexington Uoller Mills Crtara Floar, H Ranuy, W. H. & Luther Underwood sold to A. rcprwentatlre, is ualrenslly popular. upon receipt of 10c. to defrny The freight crew that refused to load first Iricd. He was charged with keeping T. Nunnelley 21 bead of 205 pound hogo THOMP3. D. KANEY, rxpenae of mnilluj;. Ict ua hear front bea disorderly house, but the proof not sus Salesmen. WILL M. WATKK, some fruit treei at Ltbinon Junction WATERS & WEAREN. you. lltapect fully, at 3 cause that ia a terminal atatlon, was very talning it be waa acquitted on psremptory Smith Baughmaa sold two suckling MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. promptly discharged by Superintendent instructions by the Court. 22T 6i 30 Wabash Avenue, Culcngo, 111. colts by MessenRer Chief to J. K Baugh- JEXjATSTJES- When tho case of Stark Fish for malic Downs, who regretted that Capt. Irwin had man for $200 each. permitted them to make the trip back to iously shooting and wounding a negro Thomas Robinson bouuht of Stephen Rowland. To the outsider it seems a very waa called bis attorneys offered the for Burch and other parties 300 barrels of corn small request, especially after Capt. Irwin mer reason for a continuance that an im- at $1 in the eld. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL proposed to consider the matter of extra portant witne's was abeent, but under the The tobacco barn of Mr. J. B Logan new law the judge ruled that what wai lo he ANO pay for tho work. in Jessamine county, burned last weelrjloss, Although is was prared proved by him could be admitted as other $2,6(0; insurance, $1,000. IIono Jury. evidence and the trial must proceed. A that Logan Slgman was not connected rllh Q. V. Rash, of Montgomery, sold to change of venue was then applied for, but HlRgln-bolhaMONTHLY the army and that he killed young heif ILLUSTRATED of 800-lb- . himself James W. OJen a car-lo- ad had not prepared a meio youth, who was unarmed as the defendant CO per cwt. Sentinel. tho proper manner, Judge Morrow again era at $2 and riding along the publlo highway, aim in J. W Guest's promising two year-ol- d, ruled that the case must go to trial and It -AXDply beoause he "hurrahed for Jeff DjltIs Terra Cotta, won a mile race at Lexington WithTwsWs Cut Piper Patterns or your own went. The lawyers hummed and hawed and the Sjuthern Confedeiacy," the Jury at any size. oyer Banburg and Mary in 1:44. selection and of It waa no go. Judge Morrow was in- Saturday Mt. Verncn, after a four days' trial, failed but of both Publications, One Year, Tom Robinson shipped a exorable. It will be remembered that ton lo do their plain duty in tho matter acd to Cincinnati last week and Fish shot a negro named Jim Jones 1,300 lb. cattle bring in ft rerdlct of death, but hung iu youcg He says he lost AT (THREE FIFTY). few years ago got 4 cents for them. while on a Sunday epreo a lUnd and were discharged at 11.30 Saturthe cee has been regularly con money by the transaction. and that day night, standing 8 for acquittal to 4 for H" Mr. S. R Cook has left at this office a tinued since. The trial was In progress at years in the penitentiary. Those who two el sample of bis fine crop of Earadiournuient last night. Loard the testimony Bay there never was a largo In Sheriff Menefee was fined $2 50 for not ly Rose potatoes. They are tery and unproroked plainer caeo of willfull Of all tho Magazines. present in court, but the Judge sub site and beautiful in appearance. being ONTAININQ Storlei, Poems and other Lllersn murder and that no lapse of lime ought to The Midway Clipper reporta sales cf KJ attraction, combining Arti.tio, Sclsntiflo tnt remitted It, when that officer .m.llnrfiiB the punishment therefor. True seqnently delivered at $1 GO, Mounhold matters. plead that he had left the room at tho call 400 barrels of new corn Illustrated telth Orlolnnl Steel J7lrrr it waa committed in war times, but Slgman 300 shelled and delivered at $1 00 and 1, inas, I'liotoyrtirurcn, Oil l'letures nml if he had been he of the grand jury. uio IVooilcuts, mnkiiiu It the Model .wasnoBoldierand even Judge Morrow presides with dignity and 000 bushels of barley at 50 cents. ilugatluc of America. hsiTnorluht toaboota boy for no offense 11 a typcgraphlcal error tho price Mnguzlnn contains a COUPON firmness. He enforces order, rules quickly OIlDEIt, cntttlinir tlio holder to tho selection ol whatever. The jury was composed of back lawyers and others paid by II R. Hlatt to J. E. & J. Rr Far. ANY 1'ATTF.ltN' illustrated In that number, decs not permit the woods republicans and they were eridently and he keeps rls for the etalllon, Gilt Eige, was put at and In ANY SIZE. DKMOKESrs MOXTHLT is Justly entitled by their prejudico than by the to smoke in the courtroom. If Hwared mote the World's Mdaul Mnsnzlno. Tho Larucst in begun ho will get through his $500, when It should havo been $000. Form, tho Largest In Circulation, and tho best testimony adduced 8lgman was represent on as he has An Eistern Kentucky man bought a TWO Dollar Fumlly Mniraziuo Issued. 1680 will in half the time allowed. cd by Messrs, Morrow, Brown and Yerkes, term here P.r.lnail of walnuts at 30a a bushel and boIstho Twcntv swoml year of lta publication ; so extensively In order to go home and vote himself It continually Improved nd itin Commrnwealth by Judge M. C. where he will sell as to placo it In tho. frontand rank of romlly olso a chance to do eo, shipped them to Kansas, Periodicals, Hntl equul to nny motrazlno. it Col. Bradley and Mr. Hcrndou,all and Sauflor. to plant groves. contains ?J pwre, Liiyo qunrto. BkxlUi lnrheg. will adjourn them to farmer, who wish r wiinm made sneeohes. Col. Morrow is Judge Morrow tells us that he l'UD- J.O. Caldwell has sold to Lehman 128 olepantly nrintcti una tuny Illustrated. York, Saturday at noon till the WedUsbed by W. Jennince Dcmorcst, Now slid to have waved the bloody shirt till he court next about 1,000 lba,, at AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINED head fat cattle weighing . nesday following at 1 o'clock. WITH THE wore tbat ensanguined garment Into tatters. to be delivered between B, EJmlston, tho former competent JlCOpercwt., D. Owale noting ua kpeclal judge, fixed Tfmnml Judge Jntpriiw and December 1,fDin 4.U-- , we.c4.XlJLU'ill is awlntlng Clerk J. P. Btlley for a November 20th aLUMu.w the ball of 8'goiin at $1,000, but he baa nnl cle rk, I Villi) ilUf Ubt.,0. ten tittfr. gnuu j Junction City Herald. the bride. In the parlors of the Myera house yesterday afternoon nt 4 o'clock, Dr. W C. Montgomery, a substantial cltiztn of Gar rard and a former representative cf tblel county in the legislature, and Miaa Lou Martin were united ia marriage by Kav A. S Mcflett. The bride ia a pretty lassie of 21, while the groom is G5 and haa been tntr rled twice before. Good lurk and happiness to them. urea. rnichmoDi) Register. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, TIM WARE, GLASSWARE, QUEEWSWARE, Confections, Tobaccos, Van-Arid- ale 1,402-graduate- Oigai's5 New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citrons, Currants, &c now in stock, COR. MAIN & SOMERSET STfe. STAFOBD, KY. jin Wanted Carpenters. 172-3- D Strayed or Stolen. bard-workin- k. WATERSiWEAREN -- Fine ITor Kent. cs.:e2.io:e3:o.. TOmOML Ifl5-l- jjt ' ner, ort-ilr- For Hard Times. DEMORESjnS MAGAZINE mm firog Iteitel mm- m, KING'S NEW, OPTOMETER car-loa- d $3.50 Fitted With Spectacles, half-bush- TflEBESl Wall Paper, tTach Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Rob es. ' Full and Complete Stock of the abovegnd pricei as low as the lowest. uu s psssjiMMaMssMsMMWMs1sMMMWMWMWsMsMsMWMsMMsWaasssss ' a Swii-SBtcUfiSnte- nw rjourmrf I felt the DA CAPO. Eho Mt with her hands on tho trembling keys. A SOLID FUNERAL. MADE UP WITH SOME REGARD TO OF CONSTRUCTION. SYMMETRY Sovcit.1 WORKINGMEN OF PHILADELPHIA. CHARITY AT THE GENERALLY MINES. IT TAKES THE FORM OF THE BENEFIT RAFFLE. played, And I tried to turn tho paps as most thrilling of ecstasies, My heart liy her music swayed; But love U unconscious of musical lines. And I lost tha strain sho was rlajlng, when Bus so sweetly noted the musical signs-- Da Capo Uegln over again. Mio The Softaulnz Influence of Humanity. Scene- at a ItaOo Tho Money Obtained. An A Strange Custom Explained Honorable Sentiment. - The sons wo renewed ob, the Circean spell And magical charm of her potent art fbont o'er her check, nnd I dared to tell I lost and she stolo my heart. 'Till we both forgot nil musical lore. And she kissed me, sweet, so ardently then, I could but repeat what sho read before Da Capo begin over again. Nathan M. Lovy in Now York Graphic, VANISHING served a Grand street fuueral director, as ho stool at his window ono afternoon and watched a passing procession with tho oyo of n connoisseur. "May I ask what you mean by n 'solid fuueral T" inquired a reporter who stood closo at hand. Tho funeral director smiled with tho whole-souland cxpanslvo smllo peculiar to funeral directors. "I supposo you never noticed any especial dlfferenco in funerals," bo said. "Well, that's tho way with most people. It Is rcniarkablo how much jicoplo In general don't know about such things. Not ono man In n thousand has tho remotest idea how a funeral should bo put together, beyond tho necessity of a corpse, n kenrsu to carry it, and somo carriages to follow tho hcarso. That's actually all tho vast majority of people think ed Important rolnts to Observe la tho Arrangement of the Procession, Differences In tho Funerals of Vurlous Nationalities Tho American. "That's what I call a solid funeral," ob- charity among coal miners havo failed, at least iu tho Lackawanna region," saitl on ofllcor of ono of tho big coal companies of tho district, "there aro curious customs prevailing among thoso who earn their ltvias in and about the mines, through" which tho burdens of thoso of their number who ore destitute oro greatly lightened. Among theso is tho popular ueasflt raffle.' Thcso raffles occur so frequently that tho printing of the tickets used for them is an item of no littlo importance to the local printing offices. In some offices the 'form1 of tho ticket is kept ttand-in- g In type. Thcso raffles oro usually got up for tho benefit of wmo miner who has Leon injured or U ill, or for teat of somo poor Momnn and her children who havo been left without support by tho husband and father falling n victim to somo mino disaster. Widows ntd orphans a:tJ both aro daily made in tho mining regions aro never permitted to suffer from hunger or cold fo long as there U work for tho miners to do, no matter how stroll tho pittance may bo that they aronulo toonm. No dead miner's family is ever turned out of housonnd homo for arrears of rent, for the o!d comrades of tho one who has fallen victim to tho dangers that surround and threaten them every hour of tho day never forget when tho rent day comes round, and If tho widow has not tho money to pay it is quickly forthcoming. Coal is cheap iu tho mining dbtrirts, but it costs something, tie verth less, bo tho men from among whom death or illness may havo removed a fellow workman remember that fuel is among tho liccctsitsnot his family, and each miner takso n lump from tho mino when ho quit work and droits it nt tho needy one's door. Differences in religion, politics, or of race and tho prejudices bora of theso are deep end bitter among miners aro forgotten under tho broad and softening influences of humanity of n fellow miner appeal when tho neces-ltietoilers. to theee AT THE BEXEm RAITIX. "The lenfit rafflo in a coal mining district is not only a charitablo affair, but an occas sion of social entertainment. In of the raffle tho prizo is a cook stove, although n goose, a few beads of cabbage, n goat, or a frig sen admirably as tho nucleus and excuse for ... vnsion. Tharo is an air of substantial ixi . . Mlity pertaining to a cook it n favorite sestove, however, t... lection as the prize nt tho benefit raffle. It to be n rulo of tho rafflo that no lee? than 100 tickets shall bo sold, whether the pries is a goose or a stove, and l!w prico of eaeh ticket is half a dollar. The committee having charge of the affair no to work with a will to sell tlw tickets, and they arc bought with the greatest good will by the miners solicited to purchase. Tho rafflo is held nt somo convenient place in tho mining village. Each purchaser of a ticket is cspectod to bo prosont, but such is never tho case. Enough of them, with their wives and sweethearts, nssemblo on tho appointed evening tusiako the occasion a social success. A keg of beer and perhaps n. bottle or two of something stronger, n tiddler, piper or accordion player nro necessary adjunct tif the benefit raffle, and they aro never absent. 'The chairman of the committee has n list of the ticket holders, with their numbers. Ono hundred s!ip3of paper aro placed in a liat. Xinety-nin- o of theso nro blank and ono has the name of tho prizo written on It A blindfolded or blind person and as tho latter I3110 rarity in mining villages it is often n Eighties jwrson draws tho slips from tho hat as each name Is called from tho llit by the committeeman. AVhen tho slip containing the name of the prizo is drawn, tho person whoso name was then called is declared th? wjnnor of tho prize, Tho drawing Is attended ivith no little excitement, tho company crowding urcund tho hat and awaiting each withdrawal of a slip with breathless expectancy. When the lu;ky number is drawn a great shout goes up from tho party, and the winner is warmly congratulated by his companions. AVhen quiet is restored tho winner presents tho prizo to the person who i3 tho beneficiary of tho raffle, and that person U nt liberty to do as lie or she pleases with It. Tho money obtained by tlio salo of tha tickets never less than WO is then given to tho beneficiary. In a majority of cases tho nrticlo raffled for U tho property of tho beneficiary, with which tho cheritablo fiction is maintained that the prise i to go to tho ono who wiiui it. s d nlno-tcnth- " Whilo all orttanliod efforts for purposes of OF A LADY. Wonderful Trick by n London Conjurer, Dono Without laming tlto Singe. Perhaps tho best merit of n conjurer is tho ability to deviso now illusions; ami this merit Duatler de Kolta ixxacsoes in n high degree. His latest trick 13 tho vanishing of n lady. It is tho most startling and cffcctlvo illusion which has lxxni brought out sinco tho Sphinx originally astonished nnd delighted tho world a score of years ngo or mora Buntler do Kolta Is uow performing tho feat nightly nt the Eden tlieatre, in Paris, with so great success that he lias been compelled to postpono his promised isit to London, whero ho had intended appearing nt the Egyptian hall during tho autumn tour of Messrs. Maskclyno & - Cooke. dilly hall: but Mr. Bertram accomplishes it without tho nld of an assistant and without leaving tho stage. Mr. Bertram takes n largo newspaper which 1k unfolils in tho center of the stngo to cut off communication with any possible trap door. ' On this newspaper ho places n chair. In tho chair ho places a young lady, who crosses her hands In her lap over her lace handkerchief. After 6ho has been rendered lnseiLsiblo by Inhalations, Mr. Bertram produces nn enormous black silk handkerchief, about flvo feet wldo by seven feet long. This ho brings down to the nudlonce to show that it is not In any way prepared, nnd tho spectator can see thae tho silken stuff is thin enough to bo translucent. With this flimsy shawl Mr. Bertram completely covers tho young lady, carefully adjusting it to tlw floor, and as carefully tying it behind her head. When nil has loeii dono regularly nnd In order, and there is only to bo scon tho figure of tho young lady ns suo sits m tno ciuur, enshrouded in tho black veil, Mr. Bertram suddenly snatches away tho silken shawl, which disappears from his hnnds nt once. Tho young lady lias vanished; tho chair stands there empty, snvo tliat there remains on tho seat the Inco handkerchief she luul held in her fingers; it has fallen from tho touch of n vanished baud Amid tho npplauso which this strange dlsnpiearaneo calls forth, Mr. Bertram steps to the door at the side of tlie stago ami leads on again the young lady who vlent de dl?paraltre. Saturday Review. Chloral And Its directs. The action of chornl hydrates Is very similar to that of opium, but it docs not lessen tlie pain nor contract tho pupils of tho eyes to the same extent. It does w oaken tho action of tho heart cud ssen tho production of heat In tho body ton frr greater degree than opium. It induces sleep in daws that are not dangerous, and the unpleasant effects of moderate doses of opium are avoided by Its use. Tho fatal dosoisa large one. Its taste and odor nro alike unpleasant to most people, hence the risk of acquiring nn appetite for it are not so great as with tho latter drug. Tho habit, once formed, Is much ecwicr to givo up than that of opium eating. Tho treatment of a case of choral poisoning is exactly the sumo as for an overdose of opium. Ono important fact to bo remembered In such a case Is to scrupulously nvold the loasof animal heat. Kotattending to this iwlnt has cost many lives. Tho patient should be kept warm; tho stomach must be emptied of its contents, and stimulants riiould bo given to keep up tho action of tho heart until tho jioison has n chmico to cscnixj by tho lungs and kidneys. 8S. Louis Verbeck;whodldIt last year nt tho This trick was brought to England by M. Picca- i funeral. AVhy, required for a lln.t-olf- i sometimes I think ieions don't euro alwut being buritxl at all." "Probably somo wouldn't if tho matter wero loft entirely to thuir discretion. But you haven't told mo what n 'soldi funeral' means." "Well, n solid funeral's n mighty good kind of n funeral to have. In tho first placo you must understand that n funeral can lw nudo up with ns much artistic skill as a flue piece or architecture, or It can bo thrown together as carelessly as n crazy quilt, A solid funeral Is ono that is mmlo up with some regard to symmetry of construction, liko tho ono that just passed here. Of course, you didn't toko In tho line point, but that was n funeral any man might lw proud to have." SYSlSKTllY 07 (YJXSTItl'CTIOK. "First catno tho hearse, then tho doublo carriages, tlieu the fow single vohiclos; the beet and most elalwrato conveyances nt tho head and tho smaller ones in tho rear, exactly ou the t nn 10 principle tliat a skillful mason, building a pyramid, puts the largest blocks at tho base nnd tapors off In gradual anil regular layers to tha smallest That's ono Important fact. Then if you hail known any thing about well regulated funerals you would havo noticed that nil the vehicles in that funeral wero tho sumo distance njiart. That's another important point. Only a funeral director who knows his business thinks of thoso little things. They aro just ns much n jxart of his duties nowadays ns preparing the body and furnishing tho cotlln. Every carriage has to bo assigned to its placo In the lino by numlier boforehnnd, and tho drivers all have to lie Instructed to keep tlie same distance between tho carriages. That prevent the procession from having n straggling, disconnected look. AVhen there are liands or delegations from societies or secret orders, they must, of course, bo properly located hi the line, generally preceding the hearse, -This attention to details fa what gives n f untrnl tho air of artistic symmetry and solidity, without w hi. h a funeral is a truly motirn-fn- l spectacle. Some funerals, with plenty of material for a creditabla turnout, I havo seen absolutely ruinwl by lack of proper direction. For n really stylWi funeral there should l at least ii doa-- doublo carriages, nnd light or ton single carriage, as many more ot ex h kind us can l Iiad tlie better, especially double imrringea. Some director now lnL.t that a'J slin.ll bo double, but moat of iw liax i n't got quite so particular as Umt yet. A funeral of the kind I describe, projv crly constructed, wouldn't look out of place In Fifth avenue or Murray hill. No mourn-w- , however fahionnble, need lie ashamed cf it. is n Slornl und Social Influence. Philadelphia, ns tho greatest workshop of America, furnishes a striking illustration In, point. Its comparative exemption from strikes is duo to tno tact mat, as a ruie, tno workingm.au there owns his homo. Hence ho is as conservative as the capitalist. You may find scores of squares wltli nice brick houses of worklngmen, not ono of which is a tenement house. Philadelphia now has doublo tho number of dwelling houses ot any other city of Its slzo In tho world. This marvelous Increase in IU homesteads building associations is duo to Its numbering over 400. They havo been tried for nearly fifty years, nnd havo proved such valuablo forces In promoting Industry, economy, sobriety, thrift and prosperity that tho state encourages them by exempting all their stock and mortgages from taxation. Though tho holdings of thoso associations exceed thoy are managed by worklngmen nt littlo expense, nnd aro nlwnys open to public scrutiny. Failures havo boon very rare, loss than In nny other class of financial associations. Tho worst of thoso dosed during tho cents on tho nanlo of 1S7U paid ninety-thredollar. Those associations, so unique, tried so long nnd so successfully, nro n model for tho worklngmen of tho couutry, certainly In largo manufacturing centers. Thnt I may speak nuthorlUitively, I will epitomize cei tnln statements kindly furnkhed bynn eminent Philndelph Ian, osiKvially conversant with this subject, who says: "Tlio tenement houvi is unknown here. In tho riots of lS77tho 20,000 members of building associations acted as nil (."Slcient couuterjiolso to tho lawless, throngs that crowded tlio f streeta. This instinct of social order, was as strong with tlieni its with tho wealthier cwmm, and wns oven more effectual. It neutralized, In tliolr own camp, tho clamors of a vicious nml riotous rabble, so that the presence ot tho mayor anil the police was suiIU'ieut to quell all disorder withhavo iwcn a out collision. These potent fact ir l.i making our jieople prosjier-ou- s and moral, encouraging sobriety and preof nny venting dtaipatlon. The tendencies am undoubtedly bo traced to the general o'wnerslilp of homos." Age of 0, o nsMX-latlon- s A City Whero Laborers Own Their Homes. PfiATT, I.OUIHVII.I.i:. 4KlMe POWDER Absolutely Pure. DB. W. B. PENNY, MYERS HOTEL. STAKrOKD. E. H. BURW3IDE, XS.Y. - l'ropr Tliia Old and Woll - Kiiowu Hotol Still MaiutainB its Hipli Roiutp.tion, A M-Hth A msrTelolpurjlj, ItS Froprlotor ii Dotsrminail Thlit powder Moro economic! it Shall bo riecoud to nu Countxr itrcuiith and wliolfMitneaeM. the ordlnsrt klodi, sod ran not lw sola tbsa Hotel in tho SUto in it Tare, conirctlton with the multitude of low tet .snon Apnointraents, nr Atton- weUbtsluiuor phosphite powders. BoMonlr la ltuVAMlsstwo Powdkb Cs, tlon to Oomfort of ainr. Ifjfi Wsll Html. New YotV thoir Qaoite. Stniiiord, DBXTIdT, - - TContuolcy. nj5nfj llMBf t tsiferl&XZ; OOe nlll be outijid la sal rsm tilt ehstics. Kserlal r otnasrrlatTraTrlers. reomniciltlft The r will tlis;s sapplled nllti las ebolseit brinct ofLlnuort Clears. 1 iJ v Tsaty pt' ia itiallilnt ui ri?IOSKE oa Lancaster strosi. 1 OffjJsAlEM J iii Steel. M.iod eeceu&rjr, lob v. oPJcs. O.Acu horns from S tolS s . Anesthetics din!nltle.rl win I18i-lyr- i est door te We will Semi-Weekl- y .l Interior Journal Globe-Democr- at. A UTRAXan CUSTOM EXI'LAI.VES. That calamity awakened a sympathy that, It might be alil, was national for tho hundred and more of widows, ivith numerous children, who were left destitute through the disaster, Tho intensity of their grief, many touching incidents of which uoro made familiar the country over by the nennpupors, nroused a feeling of pity and a determination to givo it substantial demonstration that liave Jiad few parallel in this country. Tho grief of these widows so hopolces as to Lw beyond the (UMiugiug touch of time; nnd so when, a few weeks nftor tho disaster, and whilo Its horrors wero still fresh iu tho public mind, like news began. to bo printed that the Avoudale widows were, ono after another, finding new husbands for themselves and sU'pfuthers for their cklldrcn, so recently n revuMon of feeling throughout tho 'country v.rn the result, und many schemes which wero on foot having in view tho relief of tho widows and fatherless of Avondale, were abruptly dropped. "It was not known then, and probably h not now, as I do not remember that nny explanation was ever made of It, that their quick forgetfulnes.i of tho dead on tho iwrt cf tho Avoudalo widows was but tho observance of a peculiar custom of miners, which makes it a sacred rule for milliard d miners or mino laborers who havo no other conjugal intentions to offer to tike I ho placo of u dead compunlou as the mainstay of his widow and children by marrying her. If her neceMitl.s nro pressing, the matter of delay is not taken Into account ns influencing the final result. This was tho case at Avoudale, nml tho' feur of misery and wnnt Mas removed from many a family by tho widows locomlng the wives of sympathizing, indus trious and sober men. While this custom appears to be un affront to tho Eacralne33 of grief and respoct for tho memory of a life partner cruelly and suddenly removed by death, it is prompted by n sentiment so honorablo nnd unselfish that iu tho minds of those most interested its lack of finer qualities Of heart and delicacy of feeling is amply atoucd for." Dunmoro (l'a.) Cor. JS'ew York rjuu. "To th-- j public ontiido of tho mining towns ono of the customs among tho jwopla whoeo living depends on tho mines has always, and naturally, teemed not only strange, but unaccountable, and has timo and again resulted in the chilling of outsldi sympathy for suffering mining families. This feeling first became notable and was most emphatically manifested after tho frightful catastrophe nt tho Avowlalo mine, near rittston, In 1909. with Strain. things that attracts tho attention cf visitors to Mr. Foster's crane, near rairehild, is the famous "steam skidder" tho only ono hi tho state. It Is a great sight to witness two or three hugo logs being ilrag-gerods, over from a distance of thirty-flvbrush, fallen trees, stumps, eta, as If thoy wero niera sticks, nnd dumped on top of n hugo pile nlongsido"of tho track. And to do nil this requires only ono man to manipulate the levers ou tho steam cngino and ono way off where tin logs He to put tbo chain cround them. It makes no dlfferenco if tho logs to be drawn nro beneath a pllo of other logs or fallen trees. Tho inomsnt tho chain is put around them oi? thoy go, tho forward end tomewhat elevated and thu rear Mid dragging over any obstruction In tho way. (Sometimes tlie whole load makes n leap of soveral rods without touching the ground. Auguwta (AVI.) One of the first SlilildlllS K o Eagle. A rVequent and heavy fines, inflicted upon tho regulation prohibiting those who hydraulic mining, has resulted in tlie virtual cloning of thU buslncw. One effect of this Is tho noticeable clearness of tlie Feather, American, Yulw. nml Eacrainento rivers, which used to lie red nnd muddy. For years thcso rivers Iwven't ljeen so twonty-flv- c For several clear ns dating this season. yew i work lia been can ted ou l:i tno big tunnel intended to divert tlie waters of tho Feather river, so that tho bed of tho river could lie worked for gold. Recently water was turned in, but it was found that the tunnel was not largo enough to carry nil tho water of the river. It will tako several months to enlarge tho tunnel, but w 1. 11 this is done there 13 no doubt that n rich "cljati 'up" will be made. New York Tribune. An Kildcnco of AflVrtlon. "You don't lovo mo ns fondly as ycu did boforo we wero married," said tho husband of a few years. "Yes, I do," replied tho wlfo. "Well, you don't show it cs much ns you used to," remarked ho, "I don't know how I could show my nffec-tlo- n more than I do nnd still bo fashionable," replied she, "Just mention ono littlo net," "Didn't I givo my now poodl your namo for his middlo name! What more can you ask? I suppose you think I ought to havo given him your full lianwi" St. Paul Globe. ltlch "Clonn Up" la" Prospect. r Payllglit in Sen Depths. Experiments to determine tho depths to which light pcnctrate3 tho water of the sea havo been modo during tho present year by MIL Fol and Sarasin in tho gulf of Nice. Tho limit of tho daylight about midday during flno weather was found to bo about 1.C00 feet. Scientific Journal A Uastlng Machine. A basting machlno that is enid to to ablo to do the work of fifteen girls is being tried in a large clothing houso iu Roston, and the employes of tho house, both girh and men, are considerably excited thereby. Now York Sun. Mine. Harriot' Method of Life. Mine. I suppose it to 1 more proiwr to OCOS. CAUrUXTKU. stylo her "Senora" Barrios attracted my v.ii.MM.u:n. She liad her attention on tho drtvo troup of children w 1th her, tribute-- ) to her fc marriage with Senor Barrios, erstwhile fugitlvo proldent of the Colombian confederation. This lady has an Interesting history. Hir hutband it said to have left her NtAW'OMl, I.IM'OI.X CO., KT. $2,000,000, which U very probably within tho nml she U oujoj hue it in truly roynl Oiate, South SldaMUa 8ircl,oTir Tint h'sllon-a- l mark, style. --She has several of tlio m.t elegantly Disk. Virwi, UcludiDS loan of the finest nppohiteil apartments nt tlie Went Kisl hotel, Stock IVrms In Central Ksatusdy, Town Ut with 1'iiuic and attendant galore nt her bidn I r.wUUDffi, Timber ssd Mlserst Laads for ding. , ill on retumluloo. I have often tltougbt, when musing ou Iwr I'or fstlher inrtteuUn tend ftr prlntrl .leierlp-tlo- n of this icctlee aifl ef pr. prtl fsr mW. methods of life, what n difference there Is be1S.1w tween republicanism among the i races awl with the Titers anything approaching wer is autocratic ami aristocratic; hero ingratlttnle and neglect aro often-e- t A Senora the tvsrard of merit and servii-e- . Harries U tlie w Mow of n smart of Central mi insignificant ami poverty-stricke- n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL American travesty on a nation, and tie may revel to her lieart's conu nt hi all tliat wealth Aid tbt l.SlT..:s- nflonU or nu asfiiration for swelldom desires. But Mrs. Oraut, widow of tlie greatest genCouriereral ot tlio age nml of nu of the greatest republic and one of the i ichest naOat yer far enlr 8S tw papen far Utile see. tions on earth, is compelled to retirement nml taere tnaa lbs pri obscurity, ami In her modest life is nJiikmI forgotten by the ieopIe ot the United Htaten lier Hy pylnh-uf70s will reeelrs tor ose yei noble husband did so mmli huh wldieriuvl Xourbone MMr Ik l'b the laurlvr-Journa- l, statesman to save ami adani'- - Mrs. Oar-fiel- inrMnuillT umwM wl ike oVtutti. dissssrst- Icsod tor aUrltT fcr rersuus eolr, st tb best, too, Li hidden from the publir pise; Iu to the (Jolted bfiithtettatid aldeit Uuillf short, lack of ostentation Is tlie admirable dis- HMIe. lboa who dMlre to sxumin s stsspl da Mai this oltee. tinction of the truly estimable among our ico-pl- fttfyortbvCoarlci-Joeriiaiea- a Among tbo (ictty ivpubllcs of Central aitf South America tho enrichment of the ofllceholders nml the iuiovrUhmntof the DtrTORESCBS IX rUNEKALH. "And, speaking about tho differences iu lop!e is tlio nils. Cor. l'hiladeliibla Times, funerals, let me tell you u goal deal depend! on tho nationality of the deceased. There's The ricil I'lper of Allaut.i. as much character in funerals as tliero Is in Atlanta has a vermin exterminator, but, o tenfaces. A German fuueral usunlly has n the piper of Hnmelln, lie u" no magic, Louisville & Nashville R. R. . dency to PoIiiL It is compact and Tlie Atlanta rat catcher trusts nothing short An Irish funeral is just thorovorw?. of "cold pizon," but Ids rats net very much TUB URSAT- It moves briskly, almost Jauntily, compared liko tho rodents of Hamtliu tltcy make for with the German procession. Its surroundtho water. AVhen the Atlanta rat catcher ing atmosphere is one of hope rather than of starts in he sees that no water about the jilaco THROUGH TRUNK LINL morbid depression. TLo snmo spirit which is accessible to rats. He then put out poion, .O "IIIB mnkes tho bust of mourning at a wako Li nnd when the rats got hold of it they start for noticeable In the Irish funeral. Then, too, water nnd die by the wholesale wlicrever the Irish funerals nro not marked by solidity. first water is found. Tlie Atlanta unnin exTho vehicles aro generally tossed in, as it terminator also kills moths, roaches, liedbugs were, linpliazard, first come first served ; und and tho like. Onco he was called on to clear WITU they will frequently be of every known stylo a large northern brewery of vast quantities of elegant landau to Hies. Millions of files had collected In tho nnd make, from tho most Pullman Palace Sleepers. tho romsbncklo express wagons, with beer hogtbead ami tbo vermin exterminator n man on horseback here and tliero wns asked how much ho would chargo to In the line. clean out the lot. Ills figures wero but IjOtllHtilJo "Thi, of course, doesn't npply to funerals he offered to tell the brewery men bow they to Xstfthvilh, under the auspices of the Cdthollc church or could do the jo'j for O0. Tlie offer wtw Montplilr, Hibernian societies. Irish funer-nl- s the various Atlanta, of that class are always carefully, even "lloll these banvl Into the lot loom," he til on Isomer.)', So also aro high said. elaborately, conducted. Jilttlu Kock, t grade German funerals, In which the Tlie liarrcls wsro rolled intotherootn wheiv fJrleaiiN. .llohllu iintt bands nro often to bo found. Tlie Germans ice wns made. are iutlcularly fond of the somlier music of said the vefmln exterminator. "I'reete'onir occasions, while tho dead mnrchos on Only one rliioe to petals la Tho brewery men wero surprised Uiat they Iriklunen care more frr banners nnd insignia. had not thought of that simple remedy. I'Yeneh funerals aro ordinarily small, and tlie They tried it nnd iu n short time tnept out n tercmonlcs nro iierformod with ns much countless number of frossn flies. Atlanta lasto ns decency will permit. Italians havo Constitution. Jttlo more patience for tbo details of death .hnn tho French. Their funerals, in this !eVltig lmmcs nn m tint of tbl resit will ! i?c Old Time Sen Ilntlilug xmntry ut least, are usually insignificant and ll ill 'hlnn, d days the young folk of tho In o4TSe Apni o tun Coiuptrij lor ratw eommonpkico. mainland, as uow, came over to the oconii Ac, or writs Tho "Tho typical American. funoraW t" t' f rtOliF.. H P. A I. a , for somo fun and n bath. According to tho is tho hnrdest of nil to uecouut American funeral inirlll C r of an oil inhabitant they were tho Is ono thing, bonic-timSometimes It classify. days of primitive simplicity. another. Tho solid funeral which They first came In boats, mid as tlicy round--TIIESEMI.WEBIILY passed hero a fow moments ngo was an Amer- ed Hum (Mint in the inlet tiny would lihkt a ican funeral. Of late years the American ling for Aunt Judith Ryan to lieght the prepfuneral baa been growing more nnd mora aration for dinner. symmetrical' and artistic. Tlio advance in Iiter they canio by wagon. On the beach methods ami change in customs have dono at low tldo thoy would danco tlw hornplpo much to Improvo tho American funeral, nnd to tho music of a llddk'. It wns romping will oventunlly result In well rogulntcd funersuch as ono would seo at n down catt corn als for all classes." thoy bathed. There husking. At high "Wluit nro tho advance In methods and wore no four miles tide of bathing houses then nor cltango In customs to which you referf' bathing robes. They went into tho "Tlw advanced methods of bundling tho padded bushes nnd changed their nppnrcl. Tho chief tho change from tho dead, and was when tho young ot tho licach custom of having ono or moro of tho imme- sportwould tfo tlio frolic feet together and girls' men roll diate relatives supcrviso tlio arrangements, them down tho sand hills Into tho surf. The sometimes even bo far as preparing tho body bath houso was coiutructodof brush nnd and buying tho coflln. Now all that is left to first of n rudo character In this for several wns tho funeral director; hi fact, everything conyoung folk for miles BTANlfOIlD. KY. nected with '.ho funeral, from furnishing tho years tho put on their old clothes nround tho for their dip cotlln to funibbing tho can iages, and from country ocean. Atlantic City Cor. Philadelphia dressing tho deceased to ordering tho grave in tho News. T5TALTON. W. dug." New York Mali end Express. Novel Method of Detection. Joseph Natliansou, tho emigrant agent nnd Is published erery Tuerlay sud Krldsy t tb Anxiety Concerning M. de T.csucp. low rice of M. do Lcsep.i, when ho was nt tho Pnnnma interpreter of tho Pennsylvania railroad, reiknreholdcrs' meeting in Purls tho other day, cently found on n west liound emigrant train TWO DOI.I.AItS l'EIS VEAK. wa3 ready to faint from tho pain Iu his side a young girl who had been robbed of her caused by tho breaking of a rib when ho was monoy by a fellow passenger. Telling her ho returning last spring In a transatlantic would find her money, Nathunson borrowed n steamer from Colon to St. Nuzulro. But ho carrier plgoon, closed tho car windows so Hint never flinched or showed n sign of suffering. tho bird could not escapo nnd addressed tho OH ALL CL1SSK) His wife jieciwd In tinxiously from behind n passengers, telling them that tho bird would door at tho lack of a platform. Sho is" be- alight ou tho head of tho one who had comNoatly and Cheaply Esooutod. ginning to look careworn, and tho anxiety of mitted tho thof t. Ho released tho bird Just as tho train entered the Spnico creek tunnel, tho boy Mathlcu for his father tniulo his face and ou striking a match found a suspected a thing for a picture. Chicago Herald. weman crouching Iwtwccn two seats and waving her hand nbovo her head to keep tho Tho work of tho osscstora shows a total blnl away. Sbe gave up tho money. PhilaBTANIOBD. KY. valuation iu the city of B'X.ton of $710,531,. delphia Times. ftO. - Proprietor WALTON, W. P. AlKlthsNew York WonJ wis HISTORY OP jsr asla STATES. ,HS VKITSD s An Miller Carpontor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS lsthtait Mog It It s eonUeaiM wltbvut Kxprsstpilil 1obb1 In leaihe-HloIKMpOtet.iBJraotUBlnjri Werrtrtre fli Hi Unlit to bstles, 10 st W I'. WALTON. ucri.tpK work of lEklaJpsb-llibi.l.bMM- rt hutotf In the onllmrr some. tafrsTlssi. trs rll. clli. It rwlt oe brlSt ypsrt. ltWrw tbli Hstter.l, osTir K'r- blu-Or- ii TIL B. 1 "i!!ticUri;H JUntc." Bhortest and Qnickut Buntu frjta Oer tral AontuoKy to nil Foitta North, ot, Wett and Soatliwact. Ksit Llus Anglo-Saxon- s. si'iimS l()tiilati:iiiu Bstwn Iii:XI.'TO. SoeTK-KOOf- V CIAUIX AT! Msjr ecbslul la UStat l, ISM. tx. ISpiuj pB- - Weekly 3 - Joiinml WTf ru. 1. Kz. SD Huu Lm. CGT)iHto.... Arr. rarls " raluieaih " CrntliUun... ' .. lldM 10 l lxlnxcw..... Ef.rt,T- il'tiu 10 11 Mm IfI II hu! ill nn II sat II lltpu IS 4 u. 4 p u; I Arr. WlDcbssUr.. - " " mebHMtiJ...... 11 M II o s M pis pn v ' IS p U is 41 p is U M p u, Ci J. ei itlpu 7 . 4 un e. L.&N. --- Arr. Ufirs r'oavii-BoDK- l.te Hlsnlont UlthmoiKl.....) ". MTlsfttos, I CMra j (K w t 20 p u! 6 41 a st I.... t I ., V, 9 . ... 11 i9, .. ! HO I I .."7 un-lik- Lis. Mttiwloti. Arr. HkhcaonJ . 1 slow-going- " ltrt 10 i P0 19 I.ts. SOUTH & WEST Arr. l'.IchneiKl.. Lyi. HlebraooU .. An. Wlachctier.. Arr l'srlt l.te. !xlRjton . 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' II 111 37 7 s ih 7 18 a tu 8 Ss rs 9 0.1 a ft i (4 a ci W 1 Mt u; w 2 2 3 6 rt 38 n tn lipii SJ.im W pn M p is IS pin 10 p 111 Notk Tultn 3 sua I r ilslly btHn If Uxttuion ami Clnclnasil; other Unlor sruiltlly ixirpt Sunday. 1lrecteonn rtluniar inmlost Wlnebctter with ChnsiwakiA OMo lor Ml. xisrllnit. Ablar.. lluntlnituti, srletloii, W. Va srvl Hattern dt. let. ,un tL Winchester X.&lJ!it!-y- V: 3.."nJ f Bolld Trslnt, wllli I'ullratin Uleepltu Cnrt beiweee Clncjnnstl and Itlchmoua, Va., sod Hlaeheitti and Uathlnxloi', D. C. ThroiicU ttckelt ani bs.'iK checked ta sny itcitlnttloa reached by rnllroml, For lull fartliulart, wll on sny sgtrnt of the coiapsny, or I). A.KKKI.EY, 8. K. ). M0U8H, (len.l'tw. Agent, II. K. HUNU1KOTON' Interior Journal P. 3& Utneral (ifllctf, 2Mt IilTfr, Cbrlnglen, . Ira?. I'sh. Agcut, ' Ky. ' & rKftKsaaPiT. "CHICHESTLR'S . 1 " i T. at no KliilUlir. W f 'J'lio (Irleiiiitl ami Pro'r. Said hr llpiiirfflt chWh..i.r'. f:. u" w ti f., ,rI ,u,i (, "tlrj NAME PAPFP. IMf'.r,' ,. ".lilt 1'hII. nU'r lt!U". rr liv ' HAW B , L .UUISH." U. ' "r IU l 4 t I'uiludo., i'o. i ft' tcr' i:ull I'cnnjrutHl I'lll- - lAt. "4'hlrhri. iM'ttt.. For tale by Dr. M.L. HODKNE, Stsofotd. luil'l M I'lM mull. nfini t'u., MIllllC. IhiluCai n.n !. 0TO33 XWORK 'I TO i iiiti rauutama sci ui tutDirietiiM. Ur'dODtrtTth. r... 1. Ohio. youillaitlitbnIrtra,d! loown to u, t, MKoiiht tml (.ltU .iV hI? M tontlJtr. Ne.tn.Iln miftii, u bugWcntttUfuiTcd. Alcslt At RilXruiCktalMlCa. Clnelnnstl,! I.UL, Y. HuJkoa.M. Sold by Drufirliu. nut 01.00. OFKRii HOUSE 2(1x50. XiEB P UUICFM.AN BTjrtaiaoiv Ofle-Beutli lute.V E riiicOll cure- - '.) H.I' TM "III,, n'l tcties sod , vVk IIoh . i 1 . '. ti ji.'ir b'Q'iir M. ..: d Use Green's Ssrsspsr Ilia -- G rein's Golden Dslm, 0, ugjst Jl. it suie cure McRobens itSisw't. T" Cstsrrh for Eight wtnuete EtioI8tB. at,rr, Besting csfulty, Including ltracsb!e rsVsf 11 pl aii.-st- .' gslierjr, os. feti ol 8cn. 0fl PuroNlttooi Oilds Qss alulnlttered 'U'1'-S- IIJUMJVIIiJU.Ili sWs Main 8trcet, two dooji DTlHrnnn dbntiht, tr- - - 'tt s. TtnatJZ