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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886102901 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. A. Semi 0 ifeelli VOL. XIV. 'Democrats, Attention! The election of a republican House tbii fall would give Congress to the republicans during the latter half of what should be a Z'ubf (aftcrl Titcilaua rutil FrltUtw democratic adminiitration. -- AT It would angul nearly all dem ANNUMi OA8H. ocrats have at last, after sothat the years' 8a many understood If ws credit that II.W will U ex. struggle, succeeded iu accomplishing, and peeled and demanded. completely block the parly in its efforts to carry out its pledges to the people. It would givo the Speaker, tho commit P. WALTON. W. tees and the lcxiilalionof tho Iliiue to the RELIGIOUS. titefiof CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. store-rovu- mifnal NO. 172. n. K. TAYLOR, For Sale at a Bargain. I offer lor sala nrlvstelr In Htnf.-.r.t- . Vr.. desirable residence with soven rn.ms and porch wen m water at tk door; stable, smoke houe, Ac. Alwutan acre of ground in the lot. For terms, Ac, apply to . . 4 LfOItOj M- Agent for J. It.Altord. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1886. As usual, Brother Ilarnea is preachinu to crowded houses at Richmond. Rev. Percy G. Elsom will preach at the aEU SMILES. oublicana. are clothes ubjerm'. (.Washington Critic. ltuc'iwhcat take nil! soon begin to pin Pittsburg Chronlele. out well. When a thief steal ft re coots h duo net thlil litlf the dime thnt soma thr Tuxas twbaiva old nickla j:t him Htfilnc. Tho Similar school Iwjr waa illsjUtly eon Moat women It would give the bjdy which the vote publicans. fr tho next Prcddent is to court to tho re It would be a b'ow in the democratic administration and democratic prospects, whloh would be exceedingly dangerous, and which mitht bidisMtrnua, to our ruo co?s In 1853. tnojursga and eni'mso tho re pub!ioina at nothing Im Co ltd, and put It would fntd wUa wnte fable mamma, that Whatever party shall oantrol the next her molten "9mo to ba reJrmditwv irt that House will do so, it seem now, by a very kind of ha'r ami rmill mijarity.- - Couiiir Journal. tiiclj" OU Lvljr (auff.rirm from h!ooo;t". to A Fnrvoir KTnnV Ai a niain'o nf I want to Jrug dark) Yoonj-m- vi French wit n Paris turns out a story (haililj) -- Cn't gel soma llijuar-C- ark oonccrnirg a oouplo cf L.ndon yarroter do if, Madam. You've bail ouchikIi al- who were ntnced to the k'ailown. One ready O'd Luly (frigiJIy) Sitae llqurr-icewai a Frenohmin, the other a Pruseina Tho fatal platform was creeled n few meters When Tnouipkini kupt out of tho way The above Ihu level of the Thames. fiof thr iwltca for a little while, but w Frtflebmai.'e turn oame first. He patent ll lr Arreted, he mUI he hliraja belietvd ed hit ntk, the nooi was placed around it the offioer should wek the unn, uot Ike and two reoonds I. to. he was launohed into Ad .man the olfisor. -- A.ttMro space. Ii.it, UBfxpecte.l IncL! the rope v wile. snapped The btndit dropped into the wa "U'h maat and drink to m lomaal a tar aud SW4M for bis life. The crowd apid Jw.ea. iy, nood fellow like SUh,M plauded. The Prunlan looked on mean Wall, judglnit fram the ajoHuon jou with while with perfect composure, then, turn. h emte howelH whn jo I ay, annuity, "I bk to ibe extetittauir, le Kjuth," aald Mff. Joaw, with Y. fiedmea better quality of tope I oia't utawtaiid drlnk.M- -i It ehou'd win" m- -, ho tild: "ISuu we n miu rrlio them in nsffo' n.'hting trim for the Presisuul told tha uopyrigHt far n dential batik. There is no in oonoealing the f.iet bottle of potash." CjngreasioDal elecA bright iittlo rIM who stw thwe elateni that ttxtrMull of tta with hair of a rich auburn, riwinrked to tion next Turtxlay ! extremely Jnub'fal. us ppr .' Baptist church next Sunday moroiux Rjv. I?. B.MahonyhaijustcloseJam e ing at Waco with three addiliot a and with the church greatly revived Rev. F. 8 Pollitt went to Mt. Vermin yoa'ciday to dolivcr an address to the Sunday Bchool Union of the county. On the special n quest cf a cslorcd brother at Charleston, President Cleveland eent $10 to help repair hio church. The Lancaster people gave the litrnte troupe $172 50 in money, beidu unny small gifts to its individual m mlnr A protracted meoting of Rret inteiost is in prores at Broadway Corl-tinchuroh, Lexingtoti. Thers have hsen 35 arlditiona According lo the report of tho Sum'nr-Schoo- l Union Iher are 12 Hunday-erhoolin Llicoln county, with 12C efScera and teachers and P02:chliis. Tho'meetlng at thn Christian ohuroh, in whloh tho pastor was nsMsted by ISlder Yanoev, ff Liocas'cf, closed after lo days without any additions by confession and baptism, The large lull on thoepiro of the Bip-li- st church was swayed out of plumb by (be recent winds and the difficult task of netting it right is naw bting performed by Peter Straub, Jr. He had to scaffold the entire high!. n s MakxFiucndi. Life is ycry critical. Any woid may be our last. Any farewell 07en nniid glee and merriiaont may be for ever. If this truth were but burned into our coneiouenes, arid if rulod as a drep oonvlctinn and real power in our lives, would it not wive a new meaning to our human relationship? Would it not male us far more (enJer than wo sometime art? Wmld it not ofteritimw put a rein upon onr rash and impetuous rrtKC? Would we carry in our hearts the miserable sua picions aud jealous!) that uow eo often otbiitcr the fountains of our live? Would vo Ixao impxiient of the faults of other? Would we allow trivial miuoderalandiofa to bjilJ up a wall between us tnd those who ougM lo aland very oloec (o ui? Would wc katp alivt' petty quarrels year after year, whirh a msnly word any day would ctfnpat? Would wo pise old frittdi or neighbors on the afreets, without recognition, because of pride, or ancient grudgt? Or would we ba eo ohary of the kind words, our cooitmn.lati m, our rvrnpathr, mir com fort, whtn weary heartd all ibaut u rj of in'or-ea- t breaking for j Mt qch exjires-iot- s or appreciation as we have In our po(r Pgi vi? -- Christian at Work Mr. Jamea Liwiess ass opetcil a hard Or LOO AN COUNTY, la a Candidate or the office ofBuperlntendent waro store in the Harris Hono, next door to the Democratic of Public Instruction, tubjtct State Contention, to Mr D. O, P.tine. -- Mina Sa'ira HvV three months' school ! in the Walnut Flat district rliwml last Frl-ds- j, a,id she i now at home, A valuable Stock Farm containing Arvc Mrs. Dr. Dwrfs and Mr. Will Buch- sltuatod 1 inllo from Crab Orchard onatX bJUnlord the pike. anan cbspproned a chsetnut ptrly from here Tho two new s and room over same, aide of Main street, built by pevmld) ai(o. They did not see nor In Btanlord, on Koath the brick resldenra In which Owsley A Hon. Also hear ell ot u single cbtdnut, but declare I aru now living. J; n. o II'MLR V, 161-- tl Htanford, Ky. to have had iota of fun. -T- h-re have let been no addiiiona to the moeiiu nt the BaiHls' church, but JFiwe much iu'erttt Is tnasi'ettcd and eervices I dostrs to rent for the year 18S7 the farm known its I old both morning a.d night. P.tv as tho Lee farm about 3J miles south of llus'oa-vlllJ R J toitt arrived Monday and has deliv oontalnlng 337 .term, iU tf JXG. Ji. C.MVEXTVll. orwlsoms v ry excell.nt sermonw M'w Annie Holmes hai returned from ii vielt lo Mr. Murray, lu Louisville. Mite Jennie Ktnnedy presided at the organ at IN STAyrORQ. the Chris in. Sunday school during her aL Tho lUyden the test In Stanford, senco. Mrs. Owsley R race, of Danville, if In location au arrangAiuoet. Applv to vLailing Mrs Uoorge Evans Mr. J. W. ir. G. WELCH, JOS t Brooks is m'neIinjf. with frii'd" here. Mias SlsnforJ, Ky. Kate Davis hs nturned from a visit to Mias Addle Martin ut Maywood. S-l- . D;od, on Monday nlnht, Mr3. Patay Holman, of dropiy. Sho had for many j cue beeu a faithful member of thu BapTho Photographer, tist church and died with a full hope of a dtrloua home bjyong tho skies. After a - few remarks at tho grave by Iltr, Mr. Orcen, her remains were laid to rest iu the old gravo yard on Tuesday afternoon. She leaves five married children to mouru the Iocs of a pother; all of whom Lavethcarm-path- y of the entire community in this, their Lincoln Circuit Court. dark hour of grief. . FOB SAJTE MIJLlCiIJS'JEKY. I am dally opening an elesantllneof Fall Millinery, Including all Farm For IScut. The Latest Novelties of tho Benson. A1ji Nnttrtrtti- rrurfi Tan,UUt - rAti. mm f- 1!ld. e, ....... "uiinii,il(, IMTt' WKWCOMB5 JEIOffiEI. lfil.5m rir-niit'- u.r' Knebtog, Corsets, Bustlet, etc. You will find tno at the rooini lately vacated by Bml-le- y A Warren, next door to tho Myers House. .. .-- . SIT VERNON, KY. This old and Sf trial - "" well-knoIlotel Is still ts fins renmoUou. CliaWs rwnenable. attention lo the traveling public. Storc-Rooi- tMm ' Mt. Vernon, tfy. s Town liot JaToi' Sale foWr'iS.t. lgMt " X 3U. FOX, As..prfiwjUtIvoofiIr. V. ir. Anderson. Icffar fwS.' t,prlTa.uljr '" ntM " house and lot of puce has all tho necessary Iinproveraents and Is r. Ca" "n f JarfM mC Staa I'.... JJcIiOIlF.ItTH. BaEiviIle, - My. . ESIaSAS WHOLESALE BKO. . Framoa Made to Order. TIMBER 'sp? 6c LUMBER, Street, 22 West Swan BUFFALO, Asa, ttred wh..0ik,s JM-l- W. Y. (M) It ia said that the creit glacier of Alas- W. W. Johnion vi. Jennie Johrstoti. On petition. im n.rko,r;alJ jl ka is moving toward the set at tho rate of a quartet of a nulo per annum. Tho front pweuls a wall of ics some r00 feet in thickneey, its breadth varlei from three to ton miles an 1 it is 150 miles long. Almost every quarter of an hcur hundreds of of ice in'hrgo blocks f.ll iao tho (eo, which they agitate in the most violent mitecr, the wave being tuch aa to tcai nbcut the largest veftela that approach the glaciers ss if they were small boats. The ice is extremely pure and dazcting to the 070 and has lints cf the lightest blue as well aa of the deep)! indigo. The top is very rough and broken, forming email hill and even chains of mountains In' minis tore. claims of her hare this day filed their poll-lio- n In the Clerk's offlce of said Court, astlni that " fnhrilnn l. l . sail and conyoy for hnr own beneflt auy property .o aswua liiu UUUlfl or M "" - - husb-aud-" " . ft Threlltloaerj til Tarnln White Ash, Black Poplar. Butternut Walnut Qaari "f'0' Oak and Sycamore. '-- t berry.r A. V. t..-- t ooutiicrn Arent, Stanferd, Ky. RIXE, he 'I Mm. tj totuako conlracti, tucnnU . " sMi rtukig "uuuu, UB'Ifl IU Ur OWU DaUie and dSiMo of Lcr property by win or deed. NEWPORT Tt tea itB nnlarivf tht .latin. Ar tt publiahed In tho Interior Journal, a newspaper published In Stanford, Ky.. tor ten days. JAMLS P. UAILEY, . IM-t- f OerkLlneeln Circuit Court. . 1 mil 5 -- HI3SI89IP?! VALLEY, TUE- Hrhleh soil and on fojt in the United Spates, married thom, A St. Louis girl fouod a slranga nan in tar hue Sir oouiiMillod him to sit down and wait until lianlUl an officer to lake him to the pa-l- ie . - Ian hai not hllhartu Tlien regards! Mtin And yjt man tslk about the but ieflrmity of women. fUalt'injre Araeri. a ,. r.ioUrly blwl wltlMMmjtion, esn, h ui'imol Xawtoo, :;. J , ralvw thV ho rohed in n Br4rv. LI bldJIra II it Nre, who has arittcn a new bjok, ?o.in leneof vine that crew en n trM ilokli)L tue gupe Imi alr--3 written a tro'c(u fcr it which nd drppinj them to th re- -l of the II ck may be said to be funny. Wo quote: ' The t4r.dina' on the crounj. Tno oit'zm is book will explain a l'co! many thing that have heretofore remained unexplained, f aid to bo truthful. Mrs. Wger wae dr swd to b H ,ne s tch ai pols on the un, how to make a ball Sto had on her new drm. "You cood piste frr wall paper that will not look stunoinc in that new dre, but, Rreat shrink the room when applied, how to win Cwiai! what o lot of money it 001! theee the hfleclions of Cipital, haw to write for sTergcr the prefs, how to set bread, how lo ptlrify hard time." retmrked Cl.wtl "Ior, Coarles, what do I care for money the liver without rettotin,: it. Personal whtfcitcomw lo makiuR tou happj?" te reminiicnrc?, experiments with starvation; piled Mm. YerRcr, with a beiuiildl smile, iu ail, ov.ir 000 ptges of think that I have thought " trxiaSifllngs. Qofirnmi'ct clerk (10 boBom friend) ' M.irv," hw exclaiaisd, with an air of Juit K'o! mjself Inlo a horrible mea.1 I fierce determination, "twice I have aikeJ went jcslerday toseot'vo doctors,and you to b my wife and. twice you have put .'rjui cuoh meJiol rcrlifioate-o- nc . Now, I 1 mo tff with il ovislre n cert ucj'o of heallh for the ask you for tho third tims il if yon don't crrtiflonlo of ill say cc in nany atid the other 'Yis'I'll. I'll- -" potltioo for leATe cf t.e to IooIom in my "Well, what will yondi?' slsico Andtbareifl dld'( go and put "Why, I'll ak you the fourth lime." t'"iaintolhe wrong envelop! "Ob,"ehe laiuhed, "I knew you ould subilanoe trmed If I hadn't felt oertain you'd ak aKain I'd SAtviiAniN. A new in ihnt said ye-- t the first "ncclnriu" has liren dio-arewondif.il material, ooal tar, by a Gorman Cnronicio. "HowV prohitittlon out liert?" askwi an diets st uitiurd Fahiberu', tfeident in tho United H tto. It i slated to be 230 tiinw Ertiern c er;yman of a rural Iowan. "Prohibition be hanged! Thoo isn't sny. awee'er thaa tho beet sugar oane, and hence For some Why, you cm buy all the whisky you it iuuhI he virj stfeet indetsl. d to aiveten want for 15 j a jfla-n.month pa' it ha bean f persin "My friend, do rou thii k that',. ri)i ?" palatable the food and it, dtr "No, of course I don't." autrer'nc o' itialieto at a II rlin hospital. Iu "I am heartily glad lo hfar )ou sv to, npiieHraneuilrerciubI(M lljur, but is derser, and it :lsolvc eiily in hot wutor. It p my friend." "Ni, we ought to xet tno drinks for that pesrs from experiments by Praf. Eaupon K'roI(h", F. R. P., tht it ii barmlots, and money."-frid-Bi- ts. . it Is expeUed tint, whsn Its ooit of pro Although FloriJa load hi a bid repute reduced, sicohariti will be n ri for fertility, dilution is the ciimito ii such tbat cropyf to cino au;s,r, bcauw ono pirt is ping all the year round is pjsihle, provid-- f euoiiRh to swesten 10.000 puU of water 1 cn"iih manuro can be secured, Ono E.her, nlcoho', glucose Bud Rlycerine dis farm t lilhi yer gwtlini; four cropi from solve it readily. At present tie price Is, Ana nsvaywt f i pnnnil Td a f)i ihaj r.An . t t( d Miut nun I'tar! y jn ui v'4ass however, abcuit 10j. per pjuod. followed by ouion, then sweet potatoes and If potatoes are wet whtn dug, aa they arc lanly winter oats for forAo. Thii is a pt to be late in the season, a little fresli moro iuteti'ive firming thaa the avorsgc lime scatttfed over the heap as they sr? market gtrdsner adopts, Haye jou evtr een Judge L'udsny put into tho cellar will dry them. Do not put in deep bins or even barrols nt first, as this emik? It is the most meltirg, uncticu', will ujnfir.e moisture where there is no clr contented beam that ever spread itself up culfttkn of air to dry it out. A elide made mi mortal face. Well, why shouldn't the with bIbU one Inch apart, with boards set Judge emi!t? He is happily married, has edgewise, will clear of! most of the dirt the most valuable law itractico in the 8late to the potatoes when dumped into and the hum of the SpitorIal bee nearly the cellar tickles him to death. -- Louisville Comthousand pounds mercial Scarcely a decade ago a Au Athens, Us., coaviot stripped the Iron of seed werothrowa away every lime a bile prepared for the market It hoopi from his cell tub, made them into of cotton wis was regarded as Altogether a waste product, eaw blades, wilh whith ha sawed through y it an irou bar an inch e,uire, making a hole aamuchsoaais orange peels, necessities almost as much as in tho window 14 inches square. He then ranks among does tho delicate fiber in which it neitles. soaped Lis body and slipped through naked, All over the South oollon s?ed oil work and not out, oaly to fall into the hands of have sprung into existence and are annual-I- f the sheriff. UioDrrn Cotijlh Katun for cougbi an! colJi. turnlPR out tierce after t!erc of oil and eton Fr-e-nana-vere d tieie"-Piilide!pb!a tfragglal Made lb remnL-tU tuarulng thai ha aoW twioa the j at- ti y f l jIokoi' to nun that ha did to young wuin. "Bat," be added, w.lh a marry tii.!inhiaerelMtne yonw; woman got ahxil Hit of It lo the od."-KimA Pahikq Darun or Dbuc.vtg Womxk, -A MichtgAn worn An broke into a gauhlin; dat huttar nowe, Irad her ipvdter among the in Ratio ( 'eating lt)-. uhterealM'atir.d'liTajr itawlf, et lUaf, mate, aeared them ii, grabbed the atakee arilailllharoatrwiigtft naff U4' tar digaV and eecoilid her husbsuJ home. A Mauinw' '; Wol yc' cbW f ask '.rw. o die Ubt y6ong girl wanted lo marry a Dakota young men. The family objected. She n.wuii. MUi'0'Bca.'ajT hart to cmk up that Uocla Rtaloit U at.' .trlf. Uncle butter, Urocr I cjoVi Ya. MACE BHUCC8 GBESIPEIKE & Offll DOUTE a, Buggy & Implement House. I have now Kcn(uclij - Washinclon, Philadelphia and Wow York. Tho only lino running rou Uotife Battt - A IloJjut stood on tlm Manitoba sida, her lover stood in IUkoia and a prMefaer, with ono foot on othor Acrioultural Implomenta, PullLitioof Whoat Drills and Cwiitoto Slvi'U ofijiuwijcrj Fatst for I?ow York, .lun contribution The Wrcctr.ouleto box. "When ehe oxprtaeed eurpriee at the Coth rough and Jnened. tileet on evsrythlo,! aj iyhchburiJ. Ijanrllle, Korlolk and all Vinlnla amount, ho abo intimated that it was hia liOw in any one. customary contribution. 13it ho forgot Tor tickets and fwtlier Information, rrAf to nearest tlctoto.'uce or address W. W. Hon. that the cmtotu then waa to aunouuee Ihe Is9ll.lt a hjre of jour patronage, Ittspctfally, yourGeneral Agent, roo, Lexlaton, lij. A story that may be uitJaa au argument nmonnt of the colltdion, aud was ehocked "2-lv- r I. itJlVCC. A ico 1'iKddent. .'J when the foreign socialists and profesional to heir it given out as $3 75. He had aub Uen'l Vta't Ag'l. Lenlsv'lle, Ky. o demcg02Uei talk: A well Irishman s'.iluted a copper coin for the gold one. engaged in the picking loudness at the Ltwyer to timid young woman: 'Have slock yards was driving in a bugjy to hie ! you ever appeared as a witnes before?" place of business Saturday. A striker FROJI WUK.HCE rushed from the crowd and with au oath Younc woman, blushing: "Ye yes, sir; of Xo Traveler ICeturiiH ISIcK ! Concert Grand, course." Lawye': 'Pieare a'ate to the aaid, "Yo're puttin' on airs now, i'i ve'r Parlor Cfrand, Iii thrsi! tight tiroes osch buyer should consult buggy I knew yo when yo were clanin jury Just what suit it wss." Young woman Baby Grand, his own interests. Why ahuuM you glre one guta wid mroif, me foine gintlcman " TLe with more confidence: "It was a run's an attlclo when you ran buy the Upright Grand, packer pulled up and quietly remarked to vailin, shirred doiru tho front and trim- Isame thing from another lor joe. To do this Is not younelf or family, Square Grand. med with a luvely blue, with hat to ustlce tonext place, you should bestirs to get gojd Iu the tho striker. "Why tho blues aren't you Wo are opening the isst carefully selected, the match" Judi;e, rapping yiolcntly: "Or- articles. Poor gojd. are dear at any price. Noriding in your buggy tot? You had the where Is this more so than in Medicines. You finest and but stock of in (he court." might as well pay 50c an ouace lor saw dust as fo aame chsneo that I bad.'' The striker had lhlimillng that it ws for, a Bcaldosa A yonug man of Orlflio, Q., anxious to Pull Line ol BurjIes and Wagons make a pood iniprataion on a young wo Always oe haid. In eoontetlon with my man, a vlllor, wornt He was lakiug lo bnslucn, I will lto carry a a five dollar co'd plocs, church, l'Ui,L3!A:r NEW KLCEL'IXU GARS ' XSD A SOLID TRAIIf VKOit Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, to W&sJiington Oity, Connecting la the same depot with Ty. J. to-d- BOURNE - dr 'ii Patacoma has besn otilitcrated from the map of South Ameno.i. To Chilli has been assigned all lie western slope of the Cordilleras to the souther.i extremity of tho continent. Tho remain Jer bcomee the prop erty of thv ArfceaMoe ConfoderMju, Teres, del Fueo is paile! equally, while Chilli A, man of ournaJora may not knotf likes' a'l the other islands. tL-value ' f the different kinds of f.n'.here, Tno maie'ea's eyes no longer beam at tho wo will sta'e thai, like everything else, they mere num'ion of When chilly icecream eull a coord, n j to q lalily; at present prime grows the autumn night, the ice cteaui live greea bringing 47 ccatu per pound; Iose- Us delight. B it oj&ler stew, served mixed white and pray (either.', 40 cents; sm irk:r.4 hot the pretty girl daspl-e-- i no. damp and musty live gtejo featlurs, 35 cts.; Buckleys Arnica Salve mixed gtete and duck, 45 cents; ocd duck ThebotlSalTO lu the rorli tor Cuts. iSrulsoi 30 cjiie; dry picked chicken, 3 fetthors, Fover cen'fjscilded, 1 cent; turkey, from body, 7 Sores, salt Itbouni, Curoa doru, Tetter, ChappaJ ilandt, Ciitlblalna, and til akin Eruptlous, ccntt; same damp and ptor; 2 cenli; tuiky aud rflJltlrelj mires X'iles, or no pay required. I, 10 am ; turkey wine fratliet, It su.irantcud to gUo psrfect wlUfaellou, or money tail fetthers, 8 oantj. Thosi prices, of course, lluctuate, refunded. Trice 25 cents per box. For ealo by but they will cnab'o our readers to form a Penny A Mc.Vlliter. Xow York comparison of thoir value. Wonderful Cures. V. D. HoytA Co., wbolesalo and retail Driij-gls- ti Herald. A Sin Francisco man a few months iwo stood watching eomo machinery running in An improvement in the gearing a mill, suggested Itself to his mind. He mode a model, secured a patent and is getting rich. This Sin Francisco man was aloud mouth. ed sr ciallst previous to bis lucky lilt. He U uow a rabid monopolist and is aa indifler. ent to tho wrongs of the poor man as any ol llmuo, Oa., ay: "Wo have been telling Dr. King' New Ulscorerr. Elcctrlo nutnr nn.i Bucklea'a Arnica Salro for two years. Kara Hirer handled itooda that tell ai well, or glre such unlrereal Batlfctton. TUero hare been some wonderiul euro efiectcd by those inedlclce In this city. Several caies of pronounced Consumptlai have been entirely cured by the uio ol a low bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In connec- If he had have told the no answer ready naked truth he would have said, "Yes, but Irquandered my wagei for liquor; Idled my time away in strikes, waited much of it in gotling sober after drunks and have aiv ed nothing and therefore I muU still go oo foot " L'ourno has lust received his lsrgestcck of Medicines of all kin J.. Uvcry article fresh from tho Ever brought to this city. Kvery Instiumcnt Is manufacturers. Uo uow has the nicest Und cheap- tae prldo or au artist to est selection of fancy goods, show caio articles, Ac, 23 percent, lower than and prices range from 10the other dealers aik lor Ac. Tho celobra ted Lmmre'11 Spectacles and eye samp goods. I'rrsoa ol musical glasses n specialty. Tho bni brands ol mixed cr invited to an I injection of tue and art cultured, beautiful, cukl-vattpaints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, refined tone and artist designs ol thesocelo-bratc- d sewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' lujtiumcnts: goods, chromos. frames, hmps, brushes, bxiki ol all kinds, stationery, a thousand articles for the TI10 WorUl-rcuoync- d ICnabc, tho Fa-moi- ls inert medicines. PIAXOS AMD OlCQAsS dear grandmas, malien aunts and the smartest at by In the bustueu-a- ll b Dr. IS. L. Bourne's Hew iDru btanford, Ky. Store, Decker & Son, tlte Ponular Everett and tho Itcllable New L'ngliuitl Piano?, The Celebrated Olough and Warren nnd tiie John Okurch & Oo. Organ( -- 1831 KB OIJimVATOR lhobrstotthe Country 45eiilleiiiau, AGRICULTURAL (1 1887 ud prices. rira.etommnnlut whh us Sir catalogues, term . Jt. Vi Jj. J. f OO li, Sptilal Ag'ts, btanforus Kt, Cr BOB R. RICUAItU, y, I!forences: A. B. IVnny, Mrs E.M. Cafnon-tc- r, J. JI. Philips, J. M. Jluoro aud James Beaz-leThe Country (lentleman Is the Loading Jour- ard; Stan cm;J.Mrs. Msgglo Holmes. Crab OrchOen. . Lniidrau aud Miss Ltizie nal Aiotrlcau Agriculture. Iu amount and Laucsst' r, Ky. 13Myr radical value of oonteuts. In ability ofeorraapoLd.no, in qu.lltrif aud ttylo cf publlmtlou, it occupies bonistr.Dk. it Is tohaveiiosupciiorln ellfir of the three chief divlslousof "WEEKLIES. HuU-ma- u, Farm Crop3 and Frocessos, Hortioulturo & IIIII8 Hie Stock and Dairying, Fruit-Growing. S& i MISSISSIPPI I tat. 3. H a, other "purse proud aristocrat," as he once termed men of wealth. A socialist and a monopolist are maJe of exactly the same siirt t f dust. Miss Beauty. "That gentleman Pceuia lo know you " Miea Hightie : "Yea, did you ever see such impudence ho actually bow ed." Miss Beauty. "Haye you never tnel hiui?'' Miss Hightie. "Only at Spirit Lake. I should think he might have sense enough to know that summer resort en Des gagemeots don't count In town." Moines Leader. "Two misiionaries were attacked and surrounded by a negro warrior," said the pas tor. "I don't see how one nigger could surround two missionaries," said a deacon. By absorption, my dear deacon," raid the - f " Ttft rprn t itilr.r io-da- While It alio Include all minor departments of ru Thedircct through line ana old established routo ral iiiiertst, sucn as tuo rounry a am, By. Uretuhoufuand (irspery, Veter- Louisville & Cincinnati to St, Lonis inary Kenllsi, farm Uutttions and Answers. Fire and all points in the West. side Ileadlnc, Domestic Leunomy and a summary olihe tjewsof tue week. lis market Iteportaare Two (2) Dally Trains from Lomsvlllo tc 8t. Louis. ucuiuilly cumpUte, and much attention is paid w; U11117 ii ma j irom Cincinnati to the pricppet t tiie crop., is throwing light u tion with Electrlo Bitters. tW guarantee thom to fat. Lout.. 011.01 tho most Important nue.iionj when 10 always. Sold by Penny A Mc.Vllstcr. buy and whru tu sell. It Is liberally Illustrated Only lOhotn-from Louisville and Cincinnati (I) ani Is liit ndtd to supply In aontinuadr iucrea-slo- g Louis. di'tjieeaLd In tun oeit Sineof the Itrtu, a Tho Only Lino by whioh you can An Enterprising, Reliable House. Tonny A StcAlUter can always bo rolled upon Z.iv5, A r J sot. u xaroujjn ssioopmg XwatNjutper, not only to carry In stock lbs host of erery thing From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. but to secure the Agenoy for such articles as hare greatly nnlaeed, the in in. cjmluue as btlow wall.knowp Merit, and are popular with the pco. when paid strict y in alv.uci. &TVT ' the only line running One U'py on yesr, tl S ; lour rup'es f 10, acd an pie, thereby sustaining tho reputation of beta al aldit ouul copy lor ttiR year tree tu toe .enlerot made up of a ways enterprising and ever reliable. Having secombination ofsraall roads. the club, ten cop tsSi'O.and addliioiulcpy one cured tho Agency for the celebrated Dr. Klng't ) ear tree to the ruder cl the club Tho Ohio A Mlnli.ippl Hallway runs Palatial Now Dlscorcry for Consumption, will sell It on a WAil rewsubesnbers Jor 187. rTlcg lu Bleopluc t.ra on nigat trains; Luxuriant Par- ow, will positive guarantee. It will surely cure any aud receipt of the receive tiie paper weekly iroiu the lor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coach- remittance, 10 Janam j with every enaction ol tho Throat, Lungs and Chest, Cutcnaize Cptcliuen cople JrM. Addrisi e en all trains. l.UrilLt; IL'CKKH A CON, Hibllibe . andtoshowourcoaflJsnco, DinptfxaJcl0.'? "owstloua are made In UNIOM we Invite you to call Albiny, hew ioik. wiLh d,Tsri;ln lings ly theO. A ud get a Trial Bottle Free. Di. (j) Illway, thus avoiding troblosome trans- M. fsra by other routes. The Ohio A Mlrtp.l luilway it the only lias in tub The Best twlweeu Louisville, nlanatl and at. Louis vv WORLD under one msusgemont, runnluc all lu FOR A trains through solid ami iu conseauenw VThen Baby was sick, we gare Bislcess Edacatlcn. herCaatorla, Is recognized First-ClaUoata bo- ttvastn llina. V.UCIi H(I. When aha waa a Child, sho c.r!ed for Castorla, wwwv SMVSV T'llaConmercIal Gollega . ApplrtotUkiAaua of coaaocllng JUmJoc.. When she became Mlis, the clang to lull pirtliubra ilm.la r Castorla, Illchril Honor and Gold Medal orrr sll other Coll.gf., fr skits ilatalrk.1 ( m to ratti. ur WflU)nihiHf..,i.r. , v asB(uillVUa 10 .1 tlo n.rl4'a Li.o.UUa, (or &rtti(n of licok.Leeplns; mi When sho hkd Children, she gave them DflHT II 1MUH 1 W Castorla, t)nerIHu.lnr.i:J.collo. SWM iinlMlM la liU m. i. i.Kbtsmpioyea. ihiw vftusiiuiae.i.our. T1,r1Jr,J'S- 9..A u n'T Ucl.JmtfTul'lon, Stst onecy tnd l)jrd, .bout StIO. BAiii tn iv, n m toi T.U.r.p.y ie itltics. a v.. np-c- " cultural car TilG O 1 18-- A. 1 ss rX!olV' a. ! W v'ti'c tlkl-iiiutl- , o. ! I (at If 7. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, ilies in Ohio Wednesday and the storm was ' general over the State. Some persons clilta to have seen snow ' A fire, caused by an explosion in the falling Thursday morning. MER01TANT TAIXOH. chemical department, totally destroyed the Ky October 29, 1886 Stanford, Court of Claims not last Monday, and CasoSchosl of Allied Scieuce in Cleveland, pasftd the usual amount of claims against -- I causing a loss of $200,000. the county. hr rrcolTtd and itlll rcolTlnj- W. P. WAL.TON. An active Tammany worker estimates There was a very resectable crowd of thst'IIcwfti will load Ucorse 42.000. votes, people in town Monday to'hear tho epiak)' and that Roosevelt will not bavo more ing between McCreary and Todd. DEMOOHATIO TICKET, than 40,000 votes in the coming election We are tinder obligations to an un Comprhlvg tbt bcit In the inarktt, which will U $30,000. For Voagi&a, city. known correspondent for tho last letjer that Qotton including two hotel for Mayor of New York Sixteen house, Up in Otylo and Mako Sooond to Kono in City or Country. J ASICS IS. MCKEAIIY. Tho amendment to tho Constitution of appeared in the Ikterioti JounNAi. from buildings, were burned at Pocahontas, V. Georgia, submitted to tho voters at tho lato this place, Write again. Of 21 ndlBbn. Giro Mo h Trliil. Loss, $50,000. election, allowing pensions to maimed J. Logan Sigman executed ball last Fcr MetnUrofStatoIloatwol Equallntlon, A Cleveland man is under arrest for Confederate soldiers, was adopted with les3 Tuesday oyening, with about 10 persons as manslaughter, lecture his pet bear killed JOE A. COUEX, than a thousand dissenting votes, his securities. Ho is staying with his brothbis neighbor's child. OtXniirroo. Within the last three months thefol er, John Sigman, in the Copper Creek The depot and poatoffico at Jnckson lowing Kentucky counties have been car country. Ktver, on tho Chesapeake & Ohio, was ried by the churches for local option: CarCatt Todd U a lnjsutiful specimen of burned Wednesday night. Mrs. 8allle Prewltt was awarded the humanity to advocate the passage of tho ter, Boone, Fleming, Hancock, Henry, Lin contract to keep the paupers of this county The Enquirer virtually concedes Ohio coln, Logan, Muhlenberg, Pulaski, Shdlby, at $10 each. Tho poll tax was set at $1 75 Blair educational eubjiJy bill. He is for to the republicans, but thinks the demoappropriating money, when that money Simpson, 8pencer, Todd and Webster. and the ad valorem ttx is tho same as DEALER IN. crats will do well in the Congre's districts. does not come directly from hia pocket, but Three fifths of the Commonwealth is under heretofore. Captain Leavy, of Woodford county, when hrB precinct wanted to vote a tax of prohibition laws. In the examining trial of John Mul-lie- s, an applicant for .Marshal tiroes' place, Constable Joseph Gilliss, of Whitley, 15cts. on tho $100 f r its public cchool,Capt weighs 3S0 pounds and stands six foct throe yesterday, for shooting at Conductor accidently shot and killed himself while C.bler, a fe-- days sines, ha wis held over Todd with remarkable intrepidity marched inches in his sock feet. hunting. He thoughtlessly placed to Circuit Court under a $300 bond, which up to the polls against tho Michael Hunter, of Macbeth, L. I ,bs- - squirrel McCreary has the affi came enraged at his son going hunting and his pistol in his pocket cocked, when it hereadilv gave. proposition. Got. davit of tho clerk of 8 b el by county to this attempted to demolish the boy's gun, which went off, the ball striking him in the hip, The Sunday School Convention going clear through and producing death is not rtrr largely attended on account of effect and the Captain does not deny it. He exploded, Killing him instantly: leaves n large family in the weather. The convention is to hold wants the government to appropriate T. L. Miller, a Breckeuridgo county in an hour. He that ought to go to piy its honest man, was found dead in his bed at Boater's dependent circumstances. two days, with a JtTj interesting program. A careful estimate of the mail matter Several visiting ministers are to be here. debt, but when it comes down to his own hotel, Lsuisvilie, from a wound inflicted of all kinds exchanged throughout the pocket he flickers. Tho Captain won't do. by Charles Mull in a saloon William Hart, a citizen of Conway, row. world in one year places the total at Governor McCreary will. Let's elect him this county, died with flax last Monday -S- tock of the & Nashyille Louisville or about five pieces for every right. More people have died from flux by double the majority of two year ago. Bail way is steadily crawling up, and the human being. The total number ot pack- this fall than ever known heroic. Tne The Boston Herald, a republican paper, best posted speculators say that before a ages and articles of value conveyed throughgreatest death rate has been amontr chil- W. B. month more it will reach 75 cents. a aye "The attempt of Mr. Blaine to prejuMeKtNNEY, out the globe in 18S5 was about 401,000, dren. alMtiita. JOUN UU1UUT, Daring a tire at Mccormick's grocery dice the Northern laborer again t the color000, and the total value of money orders George Hays, who was shot by George ed laborer of the South, as a cheaper com store in Washington Tuesday night, a bararticles of value was Hilton on the Kentucky Central railroad rel of gasoline exploded, seriously injuring and other declared petitor with it, is a dastardly piece of about 10 days since, ia reported to be im$11,694,040. Its ostensible object is to create twelve persons. The pecuniary loss was Dstails have been received of the mas- proving. The wound is said to have been animosity towards the whites of the south- $50,000. Uganca, Af- a very dangerous one. None of the ptrties A terrible wreck occurred on the Mo-no- n sacre of native Christians of ern eection, bat it is entirely apparent that rica, by the order of King Wanga. The mas- have yet been arrested. Boute near Cedar Lake, Indiana, Wedits effect, if it has any, must be to stimulate Judge T. Z. Morrow will not make an sacre began in June, and was directly due aversion toward the laborer himself who nesday. Two men were crushed and burnto the refusal of a Christian lad acting as appointment ci a Master Commissioner and workt for low wages. This is a fair speci ed to death and many others horribly the King's page to commit an'kbomina-bi- o Trustoo of Jury fund until the January men of the depth of Mr. Blaine's regard for wounded. crime. Many Christians were tortured, term of tho Court. J. K. McCIary will the colored man. It extends no further Airs, ujrneita ai. aiewart, widow Of wero probtbly bo the Commissioner. We can mutilated and speared, and thirty-twthan his usefulness to him as n tool for pc the former noted merchant, Alexander T. burnt alive together. The appeals of the not say who will be appointed Trustee of llllcil uses and he does not hesitate to in- Stewart, of New York, died suddenly in missionaries for a cessation of the atroci- the Jury fund. voke rivalry to the Injury of the colored that city Monday of congestion of the lungB Ifi!n In.alJ klw of Captain Todd spoke for fire minutes ties were unavailing, race whenever it suits his purposes." and heart troubles. When Mr. Cleveland became President in his opening speech lait Monday and ten South Africa has a little war. Ten there were $190,000,000 of the 3 No Congressman has so completely won minutes in his reply. Jt Is thought by the confidence and esteem of the President thousand Pondos have invaded Xesibeland, bonds subject to redemption. Since March some folks tkat the Captain misted his as Gov. McCreary asd nono has been so burning the Kraals and committing depre 4, 1S85, there haye been called, pfd and calling wbrn he undertook speech-makinfaithful to his constituents. He should be dations. Tho Government is raising vol- canceled $120,000,000, or $0,000,000 for acd especially agalmt the Governor. The elected by a largely increased majority and unteers to resist them. each month of the democratic administra- republicans do not seem to be enthesed Tho President has suspended District tion, leaving but $70,000,000 of th,e public over their standard bearer. he will hi if the democrats do their duty next Tuesday. Elated at their recent vic- Attorney M. E.Banton, of the Western Dis- debt due nd payable, and which will bo Mr. R. L. Myers bai bought a houso tories in the jadicial races, the republican! trict of Missouri, and Wm. A. Stone, of the redeemed before the Fiftieth Congress as- and some land from M. J. Cook and will will put forth extra effort and this should Western District of Pennsylvania, for vio- sembles in first regular session. No other move to it in a tn nays, James I. White be met by greater zeal on our part. We lation of the civil service rules. KUHKHYN, bonds of the United States are due before bought from W. B. Whitehead tho properThe President has given his old Buffa- 1892. must not let the mtjority ba reduced to ty where Mr. Myers now lives, He will A single robber got $50,000 from an move into it as soon ss Myers vacate. S. give tee opposition a cb&nre to gloat over lo friend, partner and companion, Daniel gains. McCrcary's majority ought to be Lock wood, theBmall but comfortable office Adams Expreracar on the St. Louis & San K Ashley has exchanged his interest in of United States District Attorney for the Francisco Railroad Tuesday night. He the Orchard farm to George Denny, Sr, of 3.000. Northern District of Now York. presented to the messenger in charge of the Lancaster, for a farm on Silver Creek, in ed Our usually Grain, Wool, Nectln, Feed, fjtml, Lumber, Ele. friend, Col. Judge James Brown, a brother of Sen car a cleverly forged letter, pnrportirg to Madison county, and receiyed $700 differ-err- ,. Polk Johnson, is evidently mad, as he nev-, ator Brown, has been indicted for receiving be from the manager at St. Loui- Intro Wo understand that Mr. Dfnny hs er other-ris- e would have referred to the as a present a keg of "blockade" whisky, ducing the barer, Mr. Camming-- , as a ne sold the Ashley farm to a Mr. White, from by a contemporary in this manpublication no called because the law prohibits its be employe who mmt hi shown th methods Kans. ner: "Ti.enta(ement U a plain, unvarnishIng trafficed iu. Atlanta paper. William II. Spradlin and wifo stopped of work. He appears to have been a very ed lie and was known to be such by tho unE J. Wilcox, of Burlington, desiring capable young man and when in the course oil last Sunday night at this place. Mr principled convict cur who wrote it." This to shoflls off this mortal coil, exploded a of business the safe door was opened he Spradlin has a residency nn the new railis setting a mighty bad example for the ru- -' dynamite cartridge under his rm. The quietly covered the messenger with a road from Corbin to the Cumberland Gap. ral rooster?, who are supposed to look upon plan was successful, but his friends were and, after binding and gagging hiui( His hradquaricrs aro at Birbourville, Ky the city dailies as models of perfection and unable to find cnongh of him to bury. went through the open safo at his leisure. C. A. Redd, Jr , and wife, of Crab Orchard, its editors as the pinks of propriety. The physician of Miss Roto Elizabeth Then ho swung cfl the train in safety. have been visiting relatives and friends at The President is evidently practicing for Cleveland reports her completely broken this place for eoveral days. W. G Proctor, DRUGGISTS PHARMACEUTISTS, DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. such work at home, in tho sweet byoand-bye- . down in health. She is expected to cease Bee Lick, and J. R. Nunnellcy, of Stan During his stay at Governor Lee's from her editorial duties and spend the Hogi" said The county clerk has thus far Issued ford, were In town Monday. winter in Florida or tho South of France. s mansion he played with MrB. Lee's he was out for about thiee weeks, as circuit 01 marriage licenses this yeir. The nusistrates who allowed tho three old girl baby, talked infantile talk NfiiaATKltM John Robinson's circus was well' at- court is In session at Stanford Mis Helen and imprinted a Presidential kiss upon the card inonto man, Henderson, bill in the Wim.-4- . Wiill Paper, IlirMenl tended yesterday notwithstanding the chil- Brooks, of Pari, rpei.t several days at her BrnRH, OllOUliCJlIft, ISooUh, little cherub's ruby lips. He fondled the sum of $250 for swindling a Shelby county ly disagreeable weather. Honor fnilriicmotifiL father', J. L. Joplin, at this place. Ben (jiipirw, .Stationery, Poclici Governor's children nndastbo train was man out of $3,300, are catching it for their Mr. William Crane obtained license to Martin is in town today. Captain Ernns OIIk, NojipH, Tobaccos Cutlerj, abcut to steam out of tho etation a lady ignorance or rascality, it is not determined marry Miss Nannie May, on Wednesday. and Mrs. Nellie Erans ctart to Ohio toliiunim, Perfumery, Mnchln Firo Aruw, baby to the President to be which. preeented her night. J. A. Craft and J. W. Jones, Lon3JecUes. By a collision bstween a wild engine Both belong in the West End. Onr .IcTfelrr, Sllrerunro ant! Onticnl floods Department Is kissed, which ho did. , Mr. Liurapce K. Rogers and MIm Pi- don, were in town yesl'iday, engaged in TI108. IHcharug, ulio will Jlcpair VVntchro and Clocks promptly In CImrsc or Col and a train at Pine Bluff, Wis , and In tho boat stylo. is generally beat to let well enough one man was killed, two were fatally injur, ca I. Mills were married Tuesday night the Mullins case. O, O. Salts in Bulk, at wholoanlo and rotall. Gonuino alone, at least James Jenkins is pretty well ed and three others seriously hurt. The at the Walnut etreet M. E. church, South, Howine Vole Is Taken for Congressmen. BatieCed that it is. He murdered n men mail It may bo supposed that tho voters of burned and all the mail was de- by Re 7. E H. Pierce. Both contracting cir in Franklin connty and became a stupid stroyed. parties live in Danville. Kentucky are pretty well informed as to how jury Jet him off with two yeara in tho pen Mcfsrs. W. G. Danlap, of Lancaster, the voto is taken for Congressmen. Tncro are Mrs. Parsons, wife of the condemned itentiary, he got to thinking that he might Anarchist, was to speak in Orange, N. J., and Walker Fry and W. B. Nichols, of however, some provisions of tho law which get clear on the next trial. Accordingly he hall, but the ageot of the hall locked tho Danville, have leased the presses acd other it may be well to repeat, in substance at got the usual reyenal by the Court of Ap door against her. She promptly kicked the fixtures making up tLe Danville lribune leas'. Tho law of the State on this nitject pealr, and this week the rase was tried dcor dorra, and inviting the crowd In made and will conduct the same ai an independ- is in accordance with an act of Cong re'. again, and resulted in averdict for imprir-onme- her speech. ent newspaper. Tbo vote Is by billot. (The Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) for ll'o. Archie Rochester and Willis Wright The voter must have the qualifications Joan M. iwaerp, a prominent young The Louisville limes handle) a delicato lawyer of Tazewell, Tenn., was Bhot and quarreled Tuesday night over something required in a State election. uSL The ballot niU3t be of white paper, with eubject thus delicately: "The President's killed from ambush Monday night by un- connected with tho lodge to which they bewife, in all probability, did not accompany known parties, He killed his cousin last longed. After thsy quarreled awhile, they nothing oa it but the name of the person nPM,Mn w,ck,J NwPrrtthiiwit Cmjlmt him to Iticbroond for the same reason that May, and it is believed a friend of the lat- "fit" and Archie was slightly cut with a ra- voted for either written or piloted. States o ltrrtnUllre ... tola Nation, iotemoit In low, rnKrnrl.n. bn... n .ii,n .11. ,....,,. unl i..'... zor by Willis. Both colored. will keep her out of Washington society ter billed Rogers. The ballot must be so folded as not to eU of the Farmer and 1,1. ..mlly. It hu do auVtor m a d.mFiiwV. "" Jce II. Crane was arrested at the cir- s'iow any pirt of the name written or printthis winter. And tho Washington corresAn Indiana youth, enraged because a pondents ought to know there's nothing ps rival threw a kiss at his sweetheart, knock cus grounds near the depot Wednesday, ed on it. ed him down with a stick and then stamped charged with indecent exposure of his per litical in the reason." It is unlawful for any officer or any per his face into a jelly. He was afterwards son. James Newport got drunk in town son, during the election, to so far examine IifumUbedlotuWrllKriaUholorMteof ONK UOLLAtl a year, unlclm; tlin Dn, Clark, tho new Superintendent of rrki let. t ccni a copy a wctlt. It gi,M captured in tho woods foaming at the and was fined $5. Hiram Pelman, same the ballot as to see the name ot the person tUenewi, with tn-r- dc.frabl. In .bar. the Lexington Asylum, is already in troucharge, same fine. Both arvj in the work votel for, unless with the expreis consent TaKMAKKCTKEI'OBTaareglTsnlnfull, and they like a mad dog. ars noted for tholr ble. He diecbarged the gardener, hut month houee, tlf graphed dally orer our own special wirwfrom ail tbe Joidlng cities. "'"""'"J" Ilsnorb aro of tho voter. A son of ex Senator Tbayer, of that individual refuted to recognizi hi au The has been a revival in progress at The ballot boxes are to bs kept locked THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Is ona of the- great features ot hae just achieved a greater disthority and when arrested for trespw, it uablo to erery firmer. TMt department liodtteJ by tliowof long eirlenoa. an t I. mo,t v.l. tinction than his father ever poieesFed by the colored Baptist church for about three during the elec'ion. They aro to remain was shown that by act of the Legislature weeks. Three sinners thus far have con- with the jjilets and other ckction enters, THE CUIMNEY CORNER, deTotedeiclu.Jvily to younj people. Is rery tntore.tlngaaM Initructtrs the Ste rard alone had the appointing and riding 4,221 miles oa a bicycle. He has been fessed. Rev. Iwsc Slaughter, assisted bv and are not to be opened until the time ar- ORIGINAL STORIES and CholM Selection., with the wheeling since the 10th of April and has corrf.pondcnce fronall parti of th discharging power. Olobe, tnake tho Wccaly and 80ml. Weekly complete. crossed the continent, chiefly en his wheel. other ministers, conducts tbo services. Riv. rives for counting the ballots Do not forget to put in one for Jos A. Two or mora ballots found folded togeth SciiiJ-Weekf- y Gov. McCrcary's speeches are spoken Hargrave, of tie colored Presbyterian Cohen for member of the Stslo Board of of as models of democratic doctrine and ar- church has gone to New York, called there er shall bo rejected. Ojntnlni lelnht page cfelgbt columm each, and ! printed OTery Tucaday and Equalization, when you vote Tuesday. He guments end showing careful and able by"the illness of one of his children. The law sets out in dettil the duties of t V 40 per annum, postage paid. Periona who can not take tbo tfally Comi Jrelai (ill mailed and who want tho newaoiuner than oncoa week, will and the has filled the position satisfactorily, is a preparation, ne U making a thorough A policeman surrounded several color- ouicers ot tbo eieotloo, ana any neglect on an admirable Ppcf good democrat and a former countyman house on 2J street Wedtheir pnr,t, will invalidate the vote cf the canvass of his district and his majority may ed gentlemen in a pretty good reasons for re electing him, nesday night ns the were about to enter in prc:icct or district. be expected to reach unusual figures. Tei mi of B ibicrlptlon by Mall: to a conspiracy to engage in a. wicked game If the democrats of the district will do Frankfort Capital. Whoever reads the political journals of One year They were (omitting HinJar) -- The President, tho Secretary of State of chance, known as "craps" One yrnj (Including Sunday) JIJ duty next Tuesday Gov. McCrearj ' their . jii ol the republican party will be strongly im Hlx months. " g ' " 3 majority will bo 3,000. If he should fail to tho Secretary cf War, the 8jcretary of tho marched off to tail. Yetl and the wholo pressed that the chief enemy of that parly Tuice moutht rireeinontbi, .'...."!!."."'.'"""!! 3 bo get aB big a vote as before the republicans Navy, the Secretary of the Interior, the party didn't look as though it could show is prohibition, They fight little else scd JLInt. will claim n victory. Don't givo them a Postmaster General and tho President's up 15 cents. I mean the "gamblers;" not are appireutly disturbed by little elst; e private secretary assisted yesterday in the the policeman. ConsUtlnsolfrewli'KMachinii, ItuprOTed Watmbufy Waftboe, Tot I Tens. IVrdlj, Valuable chance to do so. do not wonder. It is a mighty foe they etc, will b nen In mo paper. dJiuple coplea fro Dojki inauguration of Birlholdi's statue of Libei-t- y As herctoforo announred the marriage "We are glad to objerve that Hon. Geo. have undertaken to throttle, The ttroru-e- st Enlightening of Mr. A. I. Gild well to Mies Mattle, go., iAii thing below the skies is tho will of a Y. Triplett is back in the htrness. He has of Now York. tho World, in the harbor daughter of Peter Gentry, E q., took place lM-d- t CINCINNATI". freo people Oahkosh Signal. as editorial position on that sterling paThere ia no truth in the malicious ro last evening at 0:30 o'clock at the family per, tho Offensbaro Inquirer, and is doing In the rotunda of the Richmond, Vs., port that Secietary Ltmnr refused a book residence, SJ mile from town on the some good work. agent parmfoien to cinvses tho Interior pike, i The ceremony was per- cipitol (hero h an old stove made of ir n is said that Judge Finley is not only Department for "Grant's Memoiro," hut formed by Rsv. R. H. Caldwell, of the which it said to hu one of the oldest stovis spending tno;iey, but using whisky, in the I- KWaiGrpiooiGoai prohibitionists will make a noto gave the privilege to agents for tho "Life of Cumberland Peehyteiian Church, assisted in existence. It was made a present to the 11th. The of this letter fact and see that he gets igno- Robert E. L?e." The facts are that ngents by Rev. O. A.' Bartholomew, of the Chris colony of Virginia In 1770, and was spoken Kob ftnah minious ly left. for both tho "Grant Mim'oin" and Mr. Han Church. None but members of the of at that time as n warming machine It tml. .ICKIU umfta wun id abort TKiDB Hi II, w: AikfniihiiJ?iriilvfR0ur,anaw.' "2U d'r hiQ': -- , rr m'M.l ' han't t florin rn-"- ! Tea FTtukv piwnMr3 - h? famlli'. BBtl a few intimate friends is teven feet high, and has as much orns rrr-n 'l '' 'it i ujtfutuliou no, & Qutuu Auue house. . tuu Lp4IlU)tIir, to tuu pfcimemury at AiDiuy, ticio tt4.iii t lad msrrut." , --rMr--, 5tt-8SeehIo3ntenor3m"-- kvilAClll AJboy earned Sarrell accidentally shot and killed his sitter at Offingsville. Maxwell, the murderer of Prcller at to January 1. St. Louis, has been Jay Gould paid SGO.000 for 8 acres of land for a depot, in Memphis a few days co. Tho Welch Distillery, near Offenebo-r- o, Ky., was burned by an incendiary; lots, ItU l :. I V - ' - tf fit k. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Fall and Winter, t 1 Hf wmmm -- and-vote- d Hardware, Farming Implements, Elevators, Pumps, Oiclei' to-d- $77,-000,0- Groceries,1 Salt, Lime, Cement, Mill, fcc. dem-gogis- o WEAREH & MENEFEE. per-cen- t. g, Favminglmplements and Machin eix Blue Buggies, ta&g&ges, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, mild-manner- M'ROBERTS, M & STAGG, - three-month- Opora House Block, Palm, I- Stanford, Ky. It THE CIXVrCIIffBTATZ WEEKLY OISTDLTST GAZETTE! 'YBAR. .. ..'.:. 1 nt $1.00 The Weekly gazette - t Con-ncctic- l,t Tlie eemt-Weei- ly Daily Commercial Oazctlc, Our Premium Tin: ci3r.tE ctP . uazkitf. Har-rodebu- It $$&. il,Jl - i. i 'n '"P f 1. 2 eve, tiUi ie t.lusu logo Thomw itobiussn bought of BiHry the 5tb. and Andv ya thriw his hand Into bis pis-- Withers 7 head of 1.030 pound butcher catIIioiiest market price paid for bide. loipopRai ana ueu-e- i him. iietnj unarm- tle at $2.80. ed the deputy wthdru and sought re enJohn A. Dune in Kold to Kratz, Stanford, Ky Ootobor 20, 1888 sheepskins, etc., by A. T, Nunnelley. forcements in tho person 6f Sheriff Menofee. A Oj. 1G5 full cattle at 60 and $1 Owblby A Ciiaio have receded another The two succeeded in cspturing hl.ni and 50. John D. Harris sold lo the same WAITOM, - Uuatnesa Manager. lol of abort wrapa. Pieae call early and matching him btforjibb Court, Smith all 00 at $1.00 and bought ol Tan Curtis examine. the whllo cursing and abusing them. Mr. 30 two year-ol- d cattle at 3 02. William LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. Dinnhk Sets, lea beta and chamber tot Cowen oxpluinid to the Court why they Deatherage sjld a lot of hogs to T. J. Mil and library lampj cheaper than you over had brought Smith btfjro him, which state lion, average weight 325, at 3J els. Mill train lolug North . .. . uouu, ..... ..m1!1 10 V. saw them, at Metcalf A Foster's. menl he (Smith) prorirunced as a d n lie. Herald. -- xprttttraln" 1 U Ai U. . Hoatb. ' The Cviirt ordered a file of $30 to be enter 4 19 X. , XlOrUMMMMM W. 8 Bissley sold lo M Lshman A TbjOT tl enlulitJ ou ttandard time. 8oIar Tin: Cincinnati Southern mutt be thalea eg.Fnetliiin, to which Smith replied, Bro.,of Biltimore, for the English market, woree run road In the country. If it ia ever 30 MlnuW- - lMt P.t It "That's all right, I've got the monoy " "I a lot of the finest cattlo ever shipped from on lime, tbo fact la not known here. fine him another $30." said Jndgo Morrow, this county at 6re.. -- CCi. NOTICES. 1.750 lbs. J. First Invoice of tbo largo etock of jw "acdifltisno. paid tbo jailer will take 8. GUI sold a lot limine parlies at 4j cts , UUY your bjliool booh from Penny A elry to bo opened hero by Mr. J. C. Thomp him in custot'y." "Fine as much as you weight 1.735 lbs., and L. W. Hudson a lot .McA Hater. W ATCiirn ami Jowolry reruJred on shor eon, ban to nrrlie jesterd..-- Djn't fJr plcaee, Judge, I've got tho monoy." "Thir- at4jcts.,weUIH, 1,715 lbs. The while ty dollars more," added the Judgo. Smith nurubi-rMltotlfe rtml warranted bf Penny A McAlIn get hla opening, Novoraber 1, wm Jour- "K" "' i - nuay ii'ut, ly iu - ttis iwqvrnww 1 Foa? Cash! IH YOUJig. -- ersJ; Lih-ma- u $-- .'. I par-tie- THE SLAUGHTER COMMENCED UMIJB CHAIYC-- G Wo ivlli from (IU, dale Rich-mo- n Tl ;i midl further notice noil everylhlHe iu IhoJcwclrjIiuoATCOST. Our stuck of Jewelry, Silvcrwak-and Clock I complete ittiel the latest Mylcs, Ton uo Mk the reason of this shuiRhtor; It tHeitoTir.h to know ucel that thfa Jh c yojir opportnnifj'. Iirinx the iitotwy vrlth you. We will Cash. "'"" UDHtfiTely cll only tar d 151.-Lnc- ister or. I' PI III . , fti Huntehs, rltlKM", nil f" elzis of shot, nt l'duny A ttektiow. Loaded Crab Orchard, Stanford, Hustonvllle, flock of jewelry, Intest Wayneaburg, Klnga Mountain, . A complete McKinney, ttylo. ilockford watches a specialty , Pen Highland and Maywood, ay A MoA lister. - AlisterV. Til cue will be rpoakiog by democratic Csrt- & Mo oratora of note at 1 o'clock at AurusU, Ga. Dn. A. 0. Lovll, of Ml. Vernon, waa here yeatcrday. Tom Gothhie baa gone homo with aomathloj; "te the fever. Mrs W. II. Denton, of (Jreecabarr, Kansas, lim been the guest of Mrs. B, K. Wearen. ' Mn. WillCkaio has rented property in Carllile and will make that bla home for the present. James S&vmukce, representing Mor rell, Cabbell A C) ia mating hie Orel trip at a drummer. Mn, and Mns J. fl. McClary went to Mt. Vernon jMtr rday to rlelt the (aw-ll- y of J. K. McClsry, Eq Love Lillajid waa here yesterday In the Intercut of Adams Ilrothrrs A Co , deal era In hardware, LouiiTllIe. MisckHei.m, who ha been vlilt. log the Mitres Ilarrla In Loulatille for a month or two, is at home again. C. II, Ilnnwrltci that he lits located at Hutchison, Kansas, for a while. Ilia sweethearts will therefore please addresi him there. Mn. L O Eoicun, of Alum Spring was Lereyrsterdaj. Ifs Ii still talking up Daell boota and shoe, uhlcb bo ctalms can not be beattn in the world. Tjik additional lawyers who are Court are: 0. II, Waddle, Somer ret; Itabert Harding and C. II. Ilodca, Dan-Tilland II. T.Noel, Ltncasler. Dn. and Mils. W. I. LrrciiEit and Mri. Foreitui Reld aio rpendlng eeTerai dayt in Cincinnati. Mr. IUId, poor fallow, tella ua that he waa left at homo with aix babies, the combined force of the two e, ee. hone tied at a church in Lancaster, waa ar Mr. W. M. Boole went to LouliT.lle ruled in .Lexington and brought back to Wednesday. Lancaster for trial. He had aold the horae Crr. J. M. Cowan ban returned to to a Dinville man for $35. PERSONAL. A MAN named John Bryant, who stole i Wn old frienda, Maaon, Iloge A Co,, have received the contract to build the Cumberland Valley branch of the Louis ville A Nashville Railroad from Corbln oiation to rmeviiie. work will begin at once. A courtof brothera.in law, David Hundley and Joe Cooler, In Caoy coonlv. fell out over some lumber, when the former drove bla ax Into the latter'- - aide, cutting his heart In two. Hundley and his wife were arrested and are now in jail at Liber ty awaiting trial. ..!-- - .- Tueaday morning as the North-bounaccommodation, on the Cin clonatl Sontherr, waa making up at Junction City, Thomas Qnlnlan, aged 70, was run over and killed. Qulnhn ia said to have been under the influence of liquor. He was a married man, and leaves a family. d Killed ... jJ C TiiOMrsoN, the Lancaster Joweler, will open a jawelry store in Stanford in the Walton room on Lancaster street, Nov. lit and will have his Grand Opening on Mon day, iMovember 1st and 2J of dinmonds, UARRIAGES. brocats, brie bifouo nnd other ware, with a largo line of music boxes and Frederick Naif has obtained license, to paintings. Boeure to call Nov. lit and marry his slster-i- n law, Mrs. Bertha Naif, 0 2nd. November 11th. Both are from SwitzerIt may be well enough to remark in land. passing to tho.'e who think it funny to guy At Nfcholasvillo Miss Ctrrie, the deaf and applaud a gsntltman and hdy as they mute daughter of Dr. F. M. Jasper, of Jes come into a house of public entertainment samine county, was married at 5 o'clock together, that it is in decidedly bad taste, if I Tuesday evenirg to Prof. M. O. Clower, of not absolutely rude acd ill bred. Don't be the Danville Deaf Muto Institute. The guilty of it again, if you have any respect ceremony was performed in sign language for yourself or regard for tho feelirgs of by Piofr. W. K. Argo and G, T. Schoo!- others. UM Tun entertainment DEATHS. made sonu other fniotent remark, another fine was entered and Jailer Owens ordsred to tako him from the-- court-rooThat efficer took him In nhnrgeand after mnny proteta on the part of Smith, finally lodg- ea Him in an. .Mr. wmith is generally a well behaved uinn, but bo was under the In fluenre rf liquor and that Is why, he tells us, he did not wish to go before tho grand ury, and at informed Mr.Cjwan. It wa a lively scene, out Judge morrow wis equal to the occasion. Commonwealth's Attorney Herndon is not so noisy aa Denny nor so quick as Dick Warren, but he evidently intends to do bis duty to the best of his ability. He has made one good resolve, that Is not to com promise with criminals of and kind. "Well Colonel," said we to that old Col. Hill, yesterday, "what do you think of the new Judge?" "I knew Judge Morrow was a good lawyer," replied he, "but I am surprised at the quickness with which be sees into a case and grasps its meaning. He is dis patebful and orderly and leaves no grounds for doubt that ho is the Court. When a lawyer has a bad case and wants to put it off, he sees into the sham at once and rules him to trial, unl-r- s his reasons for continuance are valid nnd proper. I am pleased with his methods and am confident that he will make an excellent judge." This seem to be the opinion of the bar generally, One thing ia very evident; Judge Morrow Intends to run his court ns he thinks right without assistance cr suggestion of any lawyer or other person. m nal There were head of c.elllu on the market, only about one half of which were sold, the holders not being willing to take tbo pricee; 90 bead of Boyle county feeders brought $3 Cr; plain feeders told from 3J to 3 J; mountain cattle dull at from 2 to 3:. A fair bunch of yearlings brought $25 per head It is the opinion of judges that the bottom has been reached and that it is an auspicious timo to buy. About 100 mules were offered, but the market was rather slow. Winchester Court IPeoaiy & MeA.lite.L - . rmmm,mumtimmn 1. 21b ' 1P$) W-tiUNK -- Doalor In- - Gov. Robinson is early in the field with a Thankigivlng proclamation He has appointed Thursday, Nov. 25. as Thanksgiving Day. It transpires that the Mason & Foard Uimpany has secured the contracts for the construction of a large sharo of the new Louisville Southern. The smallest resldeuca in Washington is that just built by a newly married couple. Toelr cottage has a frontage of six feet eight inches and a dephth of abiut twenty feet, and contains four rooms. Ihe wealthiest colored man in the United Slates is said lo be Tonie Luron, " 1 ( XT KPASI nils .w,uiuuiujuuiI new- urieans, wnose fortuno is estimateefnt $1,100,000. An or gsn of the colored peoplo In the South Buys mat me colored people of tie South pay taxes on $90,000,000. V 'k GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, Ja. TIM WARE, ''" if!'. &XASSWAII, QH'-.-SIVSinTA- There is a village just outside of New Haven that knocks Enoch Arden out. Toe soprano of the chnrch choir Is a good look ifg young woman of thirty summers. Her second husband plays the organ, and No: 1, who was divorced, works the oran pump for the good ol the church. And the ramlcal couplet ol hnsbscd nre good friends The divorce h has been got down lo such a fine point in Conriecticut that it Isn't any longer concidrred gocd form for tho principals to get oat ol huinnr with one another. N. Y. Times. A couple of gentlemen went to a Spiritualist the other night and agreed to py $2 if they could converse with a dcpaited frleud thev could recogn'si. One called for the spirit of his sitter Nellie, and it cvn and epoko to him. Tho other cill.d for his uncle John, and was astonished at hearing his relative cptak to blm iu He darkened room. But the strangest part cf the whole business is that No. 1 never had a sister, and No. 2'a uncle John i not deml. They enjoyed the seance hugelr. RK, Ooiifectioiis, ' Tobaccos COS, MAIN & SOMERSET by Cllfioa A Weav MiMH. S. fi. Myers ami William representing their ledge at er's Ranch King Combination was very Dsughertj are Jreiicwii trvi.on good Indeed and especially enjnyahln to theUrr-- ' L-at LiuisviUe. The farmer will lay in an tho'e who delight in the blood and thunadditir.ntl stock nf procerle to opsn up In der romances of wl'd WeVern lifo. TLc specialty people were much above the or (be Melljbfrti store-rooon hi return. dinary and tho orchestra waa more than LOCAL MATTERS. once complimented with npplau.se. Tbo V;" Sm cri' E!der Joseph Ballon wra called to Parkaville yesttrduy to preach tho funeral of Mr. J. C. CVtitl, who died there the day beforo. b'OOHKone for the first enow, yta.crday. troupe desr7td a much more liberal port than it retched bore. sup- Nnw 11m Q.ieeosKare. Waters A Wearen. D. II. Howard his been appointed port, mnler at Alum Spring, Boylo county. Several days of damp, cold treather have put everybody lo rnuilling with colds. Turkdyb Wanted. OOOgood I want to buy 2, turkey nt occe. A. T, NunncU ley. A new lot of pattnt Komau coreeta and other corels just received at Oirsley A . f -- Car load fresh Salt nt T. R. Walton's At the recent meeting of the West Jeney For 8aje, A good 2 year-olsteers. Jas. The ca'ca against Tom Fhh, Tom Cir Presbytery a resolution was unanimously Craig'-- . son, George Moore and Reuben Hiatt for Givecs. Will Moreland bought In this county passed givirg it as the opinion of the Prea-byte- ry A NBvr nnd bandiome stock of fall goods cursing and threatening Mrs. I T. Pollard that church membsrs who rrquired 8. H. Shank. were heard Tueeday and resulted in their a bunch of butcher cattle at 1 to 3J. his jut bcon received by application for licenses to sell llqaor wcie " Wo learn that Mr. Thomas Lillard Call and examine them. acquittal. proper subjects fcr church discipline, and The trial of K. C. Eagleman for shoollng wnstfferetl$150 for his corn ebuoked In church Fonwrrylng concealed weapons, Judge cessions were et joined to deal with Carson gave Frank Campbell, white, ten Smith Biughmon waa tct for the 11:h day the field. such persons by censure or suspeniion from Not lees than 20.000,000 pounds of dara In jail and fined him $25. Bus Raj-no!- d, of tho term. Biughman's ciee for carry-In- ? church ordinance. concealed weapons waa also set for the starch are made annually In Maine from an abandoned whito womon, wan alpotatoes. samo day. to up on the sime charge but was STV ADTURTIHCMK.1TH. In Cincinnati cattle are firm at 1 to Georgo Moore was tried in four cases hogs are stronger at 3 to 4; sheep 1 Wednesday, trespass, assault and carrying James Fox, who was under eontence ol concealed weapons in two cases, and was ac- to 1 cents. life imprionment, but vrhoee caee was re Joseph Finley bought in Owen county quitted In each. Another care against him vened by the Court of Appeal, was taken Two good homea-t- bo Win. Hays and Moore to $70; a yearling for the latter renss is pet for Tom 21 mulo colls at from property. 1 county Tuesday by Sherifl Bulto r jp. JtEIV, Slaolord. for $00 and a 2 year-ol- d for $80. Carson, for furnlehing a minor liquor, will lock for a eecond trial, Fox has been in Tar ought not to bo used In marking also have to nnswer to day. J. F. Hocker jail here for over nlno months. waa fined 520 for telling whisky unlawfully sheep. It dries into a hlrd lump, which Tunhouorcfa rercnado was glfen Dr. au J a second caso was sot for the 11th day must be cut off by bacd before the nocl is I Taut ecwal good CarpenUrs for three tucnthi. W. C. Montgomery etui bis young bride at of tho term. Oj Smith, for cirrying con- manufactured. W. J. Loughridge bought on Tuesday Will pay good prices. the Myers House about midnight Monday cealed weapens, will be tried on the sime 10,000 pounds of hemp from the Goodwin night, the first after their marriage. Every day. It.C.ItttADLEY, 172-Lancaster, Ky. A man named Harness waa fined $110 Brothers, for which be paid $5 50 per 112 kind of aa article with which a noise could Lexington Gazette. and for in two whisky cases Wednesday. Nlch pounds. be made weie tho instruments used, Tho stables of J, W. Guest was next to a timo the dco'.or wished, no doubt, that he Brady wae acquitted of carrying concealed ! had not nelealed Stanford as the place of his weapons. W. L. McCarty was likewise the highest of tho winners at Lexington. Leltat my house on the night of thoICth, by a fourth marriage. It was fun for the boys acquitted in four whisky cises, John B. R. G. Thomas' won $2,110 and Mr. Guest's man who gave hla name as John Wells, ltttlo Cinrk forfeited the money bail of $50 put $1,975, Chinn A Morgan took $1,800. old man. but diath to tbo bay mare, which There were 7,'115,8S0 acres of public for hor keeping the owner can get by paying up for his appearance for violation of the and thliadvcrtltement. After moiling Governor McCreary a whisky laws. land takeu up by settlers under the Home O. B. BinNETT, two on the slump, Captain Thomas time or 1"i 8UnIord. Two applications for diyorce were grant- stead Act last year, nt from $1.25 to $2 Todd decided that his former plan of coned yesterday; Sill to Good from Willis 50 per acre, and over 20,000,000 were dh well-trie- d republl ducting the canvaw, the " Good, for abandonment, and Elydian Mer-abe- n pesed of altogether. ' can method of still hunting, was more conAt the sale nf tho late V. K, Glae?, in from William Mention, settled averFrom tbs farm of Ucor:e Boone, two be! (or ducive to hia peace of mind and better for sion. Scott county, 15 head of catalogued trot- calls, one deep red, the other red and white his health of body, so he again resumed it The second trial of Miss Belle Hughes ting horses eold at an ayerage of $270; 10 ipottcd. I will pay a liberal roward for their ro and waa hero Wednesday night in confer- against Dr. Carpenter for malpractlco is set farm horeee brought $11 to $190; milk cows tern or for Informarion that will get them. ence with the bosses The Captain appears for tho 10th day of the term. HEX A JI1X BO OXE, $31 to $11 and sheep $5 85 per head. "02t Ollbcrta Creek. to bo about 70 years old and la not n Berry Crow jfor stealing a plow from Co'. The Agricultural Department figures man by any means. Beasley was acquitted yesterday. out a nominal deficiency in the world's George W. Gentry, colored, yesterday ap- wheat supplies of 18,889.720 bushels and -- William Brouhton. a Whit Murder ley county deapsrido, eDgajed with John plied for license to practice law acd Col places our domestic crop at about 157,000,-000 A beautiful building lot on Main Street Staa- bushels, or about 100,000,000 in excess ford,Ky., opposite tbo Female (Allege; the moit WhUtenbuntin a friendly ecu file, when Hill and W. 11. Miller weto appointed to dcalrablo location In the city forn balorao resof tbo crop of a year ago, BroiiRhten'a hat was knocked off his head, examine into hla qualifications. to The trials of L, B Carter and Willie W. H, Haggatd Bold to Joseph II. idence. Arply JOIIXJI. CttAMO, Stan-forThis angered him and after delivering him. Ky., or WJf. CItAIG, Carllile, Kenfor tho murder of tho Mooio broth-er- a Hall, ol Bourbon county, 27 held of fancy tucky. eelf of a volley of oaths, ho drew bla pistol Adams 172-- if at Mt. Vernon, wero set for tho D;h day, feeding cttlo, averaging 1,105 pounda, at and shot Whlstenhuut, killing him instant There wast a scene iu Court yesterday 3J.cta. At a palo in tho county fat liogo JESSE J, THOMPSON, hot struck Broughton'd lv. A eecond brother, causing a painful wound, Oa be- that waked up tho dczlog lurycr who brought $1 per cwt j corn in the shock, oco THE TONSOMAL ARTIST. ing captured by the officer?, after a chase, a ncro unemployed end tho idle jurymen, field, at 95 Ids ; end another at $1.25 per r. 1 1T.. " ' to'"" hoc''j call 13 to 20 nH iimm(lM Ibe prisoner, but ho was fi Dsputv Andv Cowan had atteniptfKl l s.ot Mart Smith befure the grand jury to ttdti- - j flicorgetown Timte. o tiutlau. nally looca in jail, d The trial of Stark Ffab, for maliciously shooting and wounding Jim Jones occupied tho ccurt till 2:30 Tueeday and resulted in a verdict of S125j fine. He was sa nirprlsed ai anybody at the verdict and remarked, wo are told, that he would have compromised with a year. He was not prepared to pay or replevy and was ac cordingly ordered to jail. Tho necessary papers for his rcleaso will likely be fixed Circuit Court. Mr. and Mr G A. Ltckey are called upon to mourn the sudden death of tbclr youngest child, a bright nnd premising bey of sven years, Joseph Cabbell, who died at 0;30 Wednesday evening. Tbo diphtheria and the attack was of very short duration Burial at Buffilo Cemetery at 2 o'clock yesterday. Joe was one of the most gentlemanly little fellows we ever knew nnd for his ego waa remarka bly bright. Ho was the pride of hia parents snd his loss falls upon them most severely, LAND. STOCK AND CROP Taking Big dunces. -- "You ask m o marry you, George," she said slowly, Do you know that I srn rid ?" ' Yes." In my own right?'' 'Yes," "And that ytu will have to come to me for money?'' '"Yes." "Even for car fare?" "Yee." "And that yon may have to walk Iu pleasant weath ci?" "Yee." "And that yon are willing to marry me and take chancei?" "Yte " "Thsn I am yours, Oeorgp, and I hope you may ba happy." New Canned Goods and other Season able Croods, such as New Raisins, Citrons, Currants, &c , now in stock. CSi-(00- 0 CS-OO0i55 . ! 3n,3LE3L JO- P5.XO3E0 3i. v. yv 2 i.ii - I WAT1IMS. i:nr.s. ww pb a sa fTi-- s Jm HA. MH I u QEJ iSiStj(3dlJkM cj. rjSi? CV3F5.C0E1JE:3iggacrs ti.r.r. x. ST For 172-1- 3Ete3tt Oa-ale- Wanted Carpenters. 3t Owner Wanted t. Strayed or Stolen. J THOMPS. Tho Lexington Kollcr Milla Cream Flour, II Kaney, repretentatlre, Is unircrsally popular. D. ItANEY, Ealeimcn. WILL JI. WAlCIt', WATERS & WEAREN. Wall Paper. bad-looki- ng JFOK SAMS! Fnrnitnre Casesx Caskets, Eiobes, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. d, ."' w ICi-lL- B. K.u VQ)&Lk&&iL&, ;taib?d. V. H. $tm-Wukmt gowns! "FAIR MARGARITA." ARTISTS' COPYRIGHT. A CELEBRATED SPECULATOR. IAHTTHATSHIht ROBBED BY GUIDES. COURIERS WHO FLEECE AMERICANS TRAVELING ON THE CONTINENT. Confession of Ono Who Has I) olio Much ' Stealing How It In Done Advlco to Thnna Who Wish to Make n Cheap Thou rulcst as r. quoin, fair Margarita, Over tho heart of many, and of him Who slags. They oust obey thy lightest whisper, And bow before thy fancy's lightest whim, Yet feeder, gentle thoughts thy loftr spies Deep in tho shadows of thy laughing eyes. Thoy say thou cor'st for nought hut wealth and riches, Itank and the power that wealth and rank can Darling, they say that often thou declarcst That lovo's a mest unprofitable thing; Yet tender, gentle thoughts thy kiTer spies. Deep In tho shadows ot thy laughing eyes. They say thou thlnk'st men's hearts were made for playthings, That If they brook thou still art satisfied, Their pain but seems to give the cruel pleasure, For each new conquest gratifies Wy pride; Yet tender, gentlo thoughts thy lover spies, Deep in tho shadows of thy laughing eyen- Then which is right? Am I, or ore thoso others! The thins t easy now, dear love, to prove. TaVe me. I havo not wealth, nor rank, nor power, I bring thco but n heart's devoted love. Ah, dearest! Bwcct consent thy lover spies Deep in tho shadows of thy loving eyes. A TUNISIAN brlnR. Trip. A fow day ago I was speaking on tho ject of Americans on tho continent to an courier, from whom I gleaned somo information that may havo somo interest for your readers. Ho hail just como hero from Paris, after having escorted a Bt Louis am-ii- y throtiRh tho chief towns and places of Interest in France, Germany, Switzerland and Italy, and seemed very well pleased with tho financial results of tho journey. "You make somo money at this business of yours, I presunipr said I, with an air of sub- Jim Kcone's Unsuccessful Career In Now York Ills Uptown flat. OBLIVIOUSNESS TO THE FACT THAT James Kccno, tho celebrated speculator, is THEY HAVE LEGAL RIGHTS. living this summer In a rented cottage of a very plain character at Far Rockaway, to giving more he goes reunify Mnltrcutod whichtoplncofamily inovery night, of privation Tho Imxt nnil tho theso days thno his Copies of Excellent ralntlnjs How a than when ho was at tho top of tho social and Fainter Stopped tho Offense Nabbing srcculntivo world. Persons wtio know him say tlint he sometimes has to borrow his faro n rlrntc. over tho ferry, not that ho is bo desperately The subject of tho copyright has rocently haul up, but that he has pinched his expenses becomo very familiar; tho gallant efforts of at overy point In order to pt square with tho American authors to protect themselves and world and iavo another start. He is o,t a their brethren abroad in such ordinary rights of property as oven barbaroui uatlons extend to tho owners of ots and pons, have hail tho sympathy of Christendom; but thero is ono phase of copyright matters not so often discussed; it concorns tho claims of artists to their work. An entire misapprehension of tho artist's rights, or rather an ontiro obliviousness to tho fact that ho has any rights, has gotten n good many pcoplo into trouhlo lately, nnd it Is rather for tho enlightenment nud benefit of tho public than In defense of tho causo of tho artists that this littlo 1 hi per is written. Not only am nny American artist secure a copyright on any composition or dclgu ho makes, but any original art matter in any copyrighted periodical is covered by that copyright, nnd any ono Infringing thereon is liable to suit for damages, possibly very heavy damages. Tho recent awakening in nrt matters lias resulted, among other things, in greatly increasing the number ami kinds of reproductions of pictures; good photographs of paintings nre now made here; commerce in them complies with tho enormous trade in foreign photographs; more and more ongraiug of nil kinds is bUng done; American etchings, in tho vornacular of the trade, are Imving n boom, nnd the cheaper nnd more meelvinienl processes of rciwoduction ate many, nnd constantly Increasing. A copyright on n picture that is likely to bo popular In thewo cheaper forms may bo worth anywhere from $500 to $35,000. WAKISO ftWAl P rioYALtFsafl? 1 I! indifference. "I should think I do," said tho clover courier, twisting his features into nn expression of diabolical cunning. "I havo n good pilont the Credit Foucter and in tho Italian government stoclas; and I do not enro just tolling that every cent in the pUo is Ainoricin. I do not like tho English I hate and dofcwt them! They nro no good for us couriers. They are too sharp, ami never let tu tiring them a long bill, ne thoy sttlo their aemnnto loiuetiuios twice in twenty-fou- r hours ami they never allow for divers or extras unless every item is ppoeified. Well, if you did not know before, you know now, that 'divers' awl 'extras' nro somo of th'o best PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY. - pickings n courier ha, and as I am not an idiot, I never go with tho English. "Wo couriers turn our lwieks on Milord This, and Jlllord Tlmt, if we sec mi American with hli wif--s and daughters coming our waj. TLEECIXO THE AMERICAS. Tho llenutlfnl rntmn, Whom All l'nrls Is Flocking to Soe Fascinating. Tho Parislana nro flocking to tho Jordin do Pari, not to seo tho eccentric dances that that epot, but to liehold n curious entertainment styled the "Concert TunUien," and, nbovo all, n new celebrated '"professional beauty" from TunH, known as La Bollo Fatma. . Tho beautiful Fatmn, who has already created n sensation nt tho Tulleries garden fetes, la unhappily rather conscious of her powers of attraction, nnd n mpercllioui smilo lingers upon her features, which would bo perfect wetp it not that tho lips disclose tho gums, sno is, however, a suporu creature, tall and admirably proportioned. .With oyea and n profusion of raven hair, d and In nn oriental costume, of brocade and gold tissue, nil lier charms nro sloo-blac- k "Ah! tho American is a good, brave, gener-ou- i soul. Ho seldom tots up tho courier's bill, and flings his money about a drolto ct n rfaueho no mister tho millionaire should. I mada, Wr instance, soma 2,J0 francs per 1 month all cxDenses cleared durinrr jny six month' trln with tho St. Louis family. How ". - did I mala) It! you say. I supposo thero is no harm in telling jou. You'll bo mum on the matter I know you will, although pressmen, ns a rule, nro slippery as lamprojs, and aro very dangerous fellows for us couriers to meat: but my grammar tells mo thero aro exceptions to every rule. Well, sir, the nverngo pay of a good courier I mean his legitimate pay Is a louis a da', or something like C03 francs n month; pshaw, n mero nothing when you look at It as a gentleman should I It is tho picking and not tho salary that kreps the pot gtorioti'ly boiling! 'i"ow, 1 ' tve hero in my memorandum ' lioek a l . . my hotel keepers on tho con- UQti ob Lscostter treti est Jsat ta Tho artUts nro finding this out, and aro Wc will n.l the offico uwr riom 8 to II x. copyrighting their pictures ton times a freu.uhl 1 tolr. m. Anes'iie'icssJialcliUKdirfeir Somi-Wcekl- y quently as lliey did ten years ngo, and tho illlSi-lyr- .l cwxttiij. lustrated iierioilicnls nre also wnking up to their rights to their own pictures. Tlwso Apd lb Ka Vik HTerM one jf.r uj a changes aro bringing trouhlo upon it great (j:o 1. iwnrENTKit. HISTORV Tf. n. MlbUElL many worthy and energetic cigar manufacOF 7HS 0NIIE9 STATES, turers, almanac publishers, soap boilers and patent medicine men. The to.te for nrt has trey fall, nXF!lP,'1 pf6PgaB.I.nilaBlow aaernxratlofi s.t. spread among these geutlemon, and many of Up eein,lifnlV; woikef tGe k wibi turn a sort of ecstatic rushing to and fro, them pay hnndoniely for very good iiictures II la a wtiJiK, ntr.p.p,,, nta with a waving of handkerchiefs, nnd the to bo used in advertising, ami others prefer f STAM'orp, UMOI.X CO., KT. eunuch sings, whilo tho instruments. bray nnd to get very good pictures without paying for ,',Ul ili, ca.r w it boot iiotli-a- , 10 immU at enca. them. It is in pursuit of thi enterprising resound in 11 strange, fantastic din. W I. WALTON. Hiantof,!. Vttt Nsliea-- 1 wnte.isoulh Sll MsiN 8rrl, But tho unquestioned star is Fatma, who end that the trouhle comes. UMik. Krcry drug nnd cigar shop window U orwill not dance until n collection lias been n teclaJInc tomnot th fiiveit T"rm, 81 wk Fsruit In Kcalueilr, Town U)t mndo In addition to tho feo cltnrged at the namented with more or less maltreated copnn-- l lltiklinets, TIuiUk tad Mloarol 1jib1 hi Until soma interdoor of the booth, ami who, after she lux ies of excellent minting!. Ml on camwlMlea. dazzled us with gold and crimson raiment, national copyright law is ted the whole fet further parttraUn wad for friat) JMcrlp-H- i snow-whit- e nrms und breast, fUuhlng eyes world of foreign pictures l open to any sort of tbl Kdtea md ot Hropertte tor ''Utte.UrtiMii IM-lof piracy, and it is a common thing to see I tinent. Tliervi ! .illy n town, city or inter-estia- g and ruby lips, sits enthroned in state lietween some ornament of tho Paris Salon utilised to Shortatt and Oaiolrttt Kont from U .., Austria, Germany, the fat old woman and the fat old man, and site in ' Kimtttdcj to all PolaU NonL, France, Belgium, Holland and Switzerland keeps up n perpetual concert with the tam- spread the famo of somebody's Imr pills or LMt, Weft and Brotaww.. where I hare not got my men. I always, of bourine. Tunis in Paris! It fascinates tlie baking ponder. The charming little picture, Lie Mnlilt of Coppory II coirsj, bring them my American families, spectator and makes him feel as though he bad copies of which so long Mack and Me," advertised a cerAVemct aiwrtyof lndiatw on tlw march, and packet 10 jier cent, of the proprietors' had dreamed that Its liad strayed from the d tain plaster, is the work of a Munich painter journeying hi tiw true Indian fasbkw, ta vWt lAUtlXQTOS A C2KOIKA charges, naturally wltl the proprietors' everyday boulevard and the Jordin of THE IHTERI0R JOURNAL laim ledge sad consent. Then I Hip' grooms, Paris, which U nothing if not modern. Cor. nrastanding, tho merits of certain cigarette T rwuda or relatives on another part of tlw snng on worse reproducttoiwof Qaorga viiViSii, waiters anil general servants, and Boston Herald. No 01 w who ha not experienced 5eaJal la Mr U, t44. - Xa4 tbe UtiUt tlie Clarin's delightful "Frmt Fron." Clarin, it reservation. charge my patrons doublo the amount iMwiraea on tlw ilaln-- i am may anil iiarcnthcUcalJy, is one of tho first this nuKolute Interrst every purchase Ilumun Deformity In HIlliui. astnally lakl cut. In dream of tlw of such an tveut. IV) Courier-eloiirn- al ' I.. I. What All tlie monsters physical I have seen else- I'arisioit painters of the time. Bougureau caralcnde, In long drawn out Indian file, was tiirub I eecure n fair profit. wn-fcannd Mills:' are two other great men whoso led fans and blue binocles, ami where throughout nfy whokj life would not, between by a liandsotno girl utrkW bw pony, aatl Ki. Boa. Dailr Ka t.u One rear Hid ealr S:l- -t fruit and ices, and field glasses and If collected togetlier, approach by eren n few grains Auierican cnterpriws applies u. tlie an old woman, wtth another girl un laerr taaa ibe prlrsof ear. Le. forta I a m I is pe, ; photegnififelc views, anil bouquets and illas-- - hundred all the persons similarly afflicted goodrf Om cornstarch and tebacco trade. on the high tent of a lumber prn-be" raiMMik.. . I Waaa DUptv j uo r whom I liave met in tho streets of Milan dur- Without an international copyright these wagon. Both young women worv tlw How-int rated newspapers, and cau de cologne bot" CBlkteaa.. 4 M !)y ajiajMMyoa will lw eae Mr. ! ing the jwflt threo mouths. I could not go privi:g-- s am Hccured to the advertiser, ami tles and pastry coke, and cabs and coaches, a IS 4 H jMctureaine garb of tiw Dakota; ono wac Tvur bom with tha Cbartrr-Jeaiaa- l, " LeaiBftaw.... III ts 11 a II IT tnl . i,J, u . 11,', , lue loroign anut can't help himself. lli M and kindbags imd cigars, I manage to have Into one of tl pnbli? garden, traverse one Of a jieculiarlj vivid grtvn calic, uiuota af(fimaullw nwpapr of iha (fruith, ilierrat Parti..". Til I S ! ivtaaua oal naj .ki lint. rTorrnto the orrnxac. my pume so full that I ask leave of absence of the piazzas, enter ona of the churches, rit 41 h'm fected by tbem; their cheek were lighted it astl fcr a UrtlT for toally weakly In tho Ualted bve. witbtMtaaa ablaat F. H. Church Is one of our iialnloru up vitli for an hour or so once a month nnd go to the In n tramenr, without fim!?ng myself conf U T IS a trace of cnrmiiw, their rloasy Diiftw. TaoM wtM it(4lra te oiamlao a I e Uiehiaad t.i iwaret agent de change, where I buy fine, fronted with at least one or two hunchbacks. who cat hot found it necwnry to copy-lig- black braid uncovered nml their necka and J ut to UKirter Jajrual it n ilouil tkla " feumwq Li ! picture. There was some- arms loaded with n specfe of circular, pinkeop Iwnutlful shares that swell my incoras." It is, In fact, n veritable city of Quasimodos. Lla IttehMMj.... ' Xl-fAdd to these bewhiekered and clihnsoy pot thing In hli jjoetic and often not so rnoriTAnLE sow. ish white shell, which U rather coly ami Air. VvTvt. ..., ... hatted dwarfs, TIwm ornamente, in becoming. Tin mighty glad," ho added, ''that I made ing pompously tome four feet high, brush- vertiser in composition Uiat struck tho. ad..a hta llrt excursions into tlie field post you, ami JimiuutlTe my liny while tho sun was shining, for our fact, havo a marked Roman cliarWr. ncofoH4on Cdc) is not now near o profitable as women, young and old, still lower of stat- of nrt, ami they have contrived to striko immediately Ono of our KoITH.noPMD. more le. 8 "c II ' nu l it uxl to lw, boonuso tho number of American ure, waddling along tho pavements, cripples him nrrow.or leas ever blnce often, alas! to Uww Indian beauUes, but, with averted head Mr. Church has fatten upon ami employ couriers Is growing less of regular nnd Irregular sizes of both sexett, his families tlmt a gturo of femlniiw dignity, thoy and less every 'year. Americans of the new nnd you might well ask yourself in wonder, him vith tho startling information that hi referred him to the uwn of their party. A 8W auj R, Lto. wrua & as I asked my nrt't friend, how comes it that pictsresare his own ami that the law " " . . generation know more languages than their " fine looking old man, who drovo another till Arr. I!lbii.ttflj .... II U a iaiM....M. II him in his ownership. wo find such an inordinate amount of deformfathers used to know, nnd, therefore, they lumber wagon, nnnounced himself wlf J( digLtb. Itoiliwt ... 1 Often ho has definitely lost monsy by the nity as Red Ieaf a name we knew for that of -- TIIK UlBAr- can iKtddlo their own canoos better when they ity in a country where the rudest clodhoppei " Ijinfjuttr .. 18 II a wi.. .... ., Infringement, nnd in such caws lw has de- ono of the principal chiefs through whese o coui over here. Besides, tho modern New has n soul and passion for beauty, whether It air. Itlcaneeil.. 'II 00 ma manded and received indemnification; but Yorker nnd Bostonian ore not so easily taken bo in Hush and blood or on canvas! He nskud If thU was tlw vee bud insiol. i.vo. nicbMoml t d The answer was brief nnd to tho jwlnt: otherwise Iw lias usually Arr. Wlnahaatw...' J itipn 7 00 a w in as theso of tho old school, nnd only a clever now agent; but w hen lw learneil that it was the 10 pm himself w ith stopping tlie oirensc. His -Arr rria. "Theso deformities aro traditional. 30 TUS s , Sm courier can qiiecze thorn as ho would a lemon M a ia "Chief Holy Man" nnd Oray Hat," lw Inare well kuown to be so clannish in pi'.ture of a young woman sitting on a cre-ctLtd. taaxlosion And as all couriers nro not clever, sir, it folp w, T stantly climlieil down from hi lofty f&t and a in 2 moon, called "Tlw Witch- Daughter," slioolc bands with much Lto I'arli their habits (and liave been so for many a SMpMSteam ! 4pu lows tbut tlw man from Broadway nnd the I') 1.1a courtly nnd ' Crnthlaaa. has boon found at various times gracing cigar generation) 17 pm mi that thoy often intermarry man frwn New England sometimes get tho Klaluo Goolalo's Xtter. " Kalweuth .. 47 I' m 13 0)a in A IS boxeu, almanacs and stationery. Naturally pin Arr. (oTlrnttoii better of the professionals thoy employ. Still, within the forbiilihn degrees of kindred." 10.1 p w II 10 m this is no more to the taito of tlw gentleman WITH Cor. American Register. whun a very clever courier gets hold of a Why She I.oved Children. who owns the picture, and wko paid a good Amcrittin family he is certain to 31 VTVILXL OR1MJ1I, street Uvea a handniM On North Mudl-o' mako their dollars dunce as never thoy round sum for it, than it is to tho Somo (Mil Superstitions. danced of tlw iinter. C. Y. Turner, J. O. Brown young lady, and though there Is nothing before. "Whenever my mother dropped her dishstrange or startling about it, this young lady Vou ask mo If I were nn American tourUt cloth," said tho groat showman, Phineas T. and William St. John Hanwr nro other nrom- - i iHTfr Ka ,. Noaru-K)- i e enzagud to lw married to an oqually Dillr lull. ,how I should travel I Well, before leaving Barnum," she always know ke was going to inent jMiinter who ull.r from this painful young gentleman. For wjina retion, of Bx. 8u. Li. bun. to ':trtlif America I should pick up a fair knowledge of havo 11 visitor. Sho knew Thero was no popularity. which we know not, the maiden lui th rep.MompliiM, l.Te Gerlaftea.. ate o U.....I The regular ublbher and importers of Fronch and 11 mero smattering of Cermaii uso trying to dissuado her from that lnillef. 1 ix) p te utation of enrrying lienrath her fair exterior Atliliila, ;; 7 K a o ?reShe hail proven it timo and again for many copies of foreign pictures hare no and Italian aay for a few hundred dollars--a...., M ymwg gwtl-ma- n flint. The a u ftlftitf mitfkvr I'll a as " i then I would travel over all Europo at years, nnd she couldn't lie talked out of It. drew for their suffering nt tho hand of tlw n heart ofIwen duly aforesaid tfiis AirJlIlW.Ui MMll,i,m B ( bad bat wamul of a " Uio amount that it If sho dropped a fork and the tinea stuck in ndvertisers; but they liavo invented n little .feist precisely am n m 8 rU p u I: not. lteitntly ho a'- ompnnied lwr " J Mil gamothat sometime bring them togriuf. 9 a m ;.Bpia oWi rfn American In the first place, tho floor, there would also bo'n visitor, but ha .Mobile ntitt OrlenitM. " Majtrffle. td tho a veilof nefglilior m L IU iravtr employ a courier. Couriers nre was sure to bo n gentlemnn. If when lie Among their copijs of French, Uennati or to the homowerensltthig out to Iwnoath tlw tresa; Icoclxw, roies and knaves nlthoush 'tis n camu ho stayed to dinner and, by accident, English picture thoy nro beginning to insert ing. Thoy Tlrsi" hu. St' aoVTM-Only one cbsue lo pali-- In a few repioductions of American pictures. it was exceedingly warm, nnd It ivpiLcvd nu tf ,0 courier that soys so but never mind, I can got two linives, two forks or two spoons A little ubild of offort to keep comfortable. Ex. Sue Fi, rtaa lie candid ami ainiere when I want to; and as at his plate, lie would be married within a Tks pirate, secure in tlio immorality of the (.summers toddled up to tho oiig lady, she laws of hi country, begins utenling from jrufi'.M, I'd seldom tack them on to my year nnd there was no help for it. unflr If an J Ma m li M p iu fondling up, took "I " Jeaaaoa 6 17 a mj I supia sat tails; they nro hi the majority of cases married female stumbled upstairs, she woukl these supplies, and unawares uiiproprfates one ikarlyit love und, liold the it, remarked:such " OfcrMala to littW onw 7 U t iu1 t ;s p m American copyrighted w ithin n year, nnd nil tho old of tho um.uspectod ii&ucrccfcary, when you liave a not be married " Miiiw.wnr 7 U a in 2 (W i) m 2uiw or n Boodukor In your pocket." weather an thk1 A thrill of jey ran maids wero very cautious how they nont pi.turcs whereupon he Is "nnblied." Arr Parlr 8 1 u J .S pru through the ' Iixluntaii Thcndvertistr is 9 S a m 6 10 p hi Such U tho substance of the remarks made up stalw. Y't my mothor scouted the Idea ure stealer. There not the only habitual pict- an oviilenco young inan'n lieait. Here wntt haatlDj; bouan on tati Htmil I Ma road fill " OiTinstoii ., apffUl fkt. of although nre publishers who IIIQia ii mi p ta superstitious nnd taught nw by this courier a faithful record of facts of her !c!,-W"Sa Aganta at is n 'uiupir j Ut iatM,ioli Ktruwl; him as rather rtranv llw unci opinions, any comment on which wiems , or wills never to go under n ladder for fear of lud exercise enough ingenuity in stealing old pic- it A tures to cam tlw inoiuy to C. P v MOI.i: i, NOTK for new 011 ?s, weather ahoul 1 linvo anything to do with It. Tralnt X ml j .. .111. . A. to bi utterly useless. Jlilun Cor. New York luck. I.11 fill... Kr chaatfr. ).eatoH an,l If they could but o it. They put in iww "And why especially on u night like t'jUf" L "Now, as forme," said Mr. Barnum, Hail and Express. "' ' B,n, aruilaily expi8n4ar. "Bocauso the mosquitoo. tint niv so haven't n groin of tsuperstttion in my compo- backgrounds, photograph the 01 iginai so ne askl. ititeci tuau ttluiinr mile at Win i iritu tlw composition, ijcrliaiw eliminate bothersome, settln on tlie tender littlo- things to ClicaapM.lt.- - ,t Ohli, tar Mt. I endeavor to commence nil my imsition. A Postal Curiosity. Kterllna r and l"t mo nloni'," ue replieil. Tho uiigaga-meTHK SEMl.WJSLttLV The postal museum in Berlin was rocently portant undertaking on Friday to show mv some detail or small figures, ami then bmur Ij brokciu Peoria Call! solemnly even to tlwnwlvos that the original eiu'iokld by n letter cover, sent as a curiudty contempt of the superstitions attached to Uiat by Heir von Dargun, w ho had found It among Hay, and I think for tho next fifty years, at creations rewlt. Cor. Now York Graphic. lib C in Slmvo ICvcrywIiera. least, no man should bo hanged on Friday," tlie iwpers left by hi. "Oh, yos! 1 can nuunge it unywliera," ial Liout. Co), von Prueacntein, doceasoil in 17S9 Now York Commercial Advertiser. I. lout. Schwsttlin, tho Ilxploror. thf stir.it gcutloman, as he layered hi. f ca iu ilestluatlonriBclic! by a laliroall. w"lci,M ,0 6 at Bternburg, Mecklenburg. Tho letter it Lieut. Kchwatka, in command of Tho Times the toilet room of a Pullman deeper. "I caa 'cf tho lad contained was dated from Philadelphia, co.np'1y"rra'1Uu,lr' a"1 ou "X I'oUons rormoil I'roui rood. exploring expedition in Alaska, is pver six fcltaro on a steamer, In a railway trala nny und Uoro tho "wstmark of that city, together The subject of "Poisons Formed from Food, feet high nnd weighs L'15 jwuuds. It was he placo wheiv I can havo D.A.FEUUiY ioimii.' dlow with those of London, Calais, Brussels, Tho nnd their Relation to Biliousness and Diar- who discovered In King William's Laud, in Oin.I'aM. Akoii 'i'rar. Vtu. An,ot. "Sever cut yourself C nkcd tho conductor, Hague, Amsterdam and Hamburg, tho respecrhoea," has been considered by Dr. T, Lauder tho nrctlc seas, evidences that Sir John as ho wetcheil the atout mrci making aigarly tive ixMtdues being marked In inch instance, Brunton in articles in Tho Practitioner. Franklin nnd hU party Imd rosily perished. OeiifraluiBeoa, CotIpsiod, Ky. thereby furnishing a chaneo of comparing tho Thero aro persons, ho pays, or oven, perhaps, It was ho who, a fow youro later, sailed 1,200 dalu nt hU whitened face. -"Oh, yos; "nmetlmes n nip or o, Ur not then rates of poitago with tho of the present. "classes of jieople," to whom even tirticl.s of miles on n raft on tho dangerous Yukon Its weight, judging from tho 6lzo of tho cover, foal, usually salutary, are jxusonoui. Many river, in tho polar regions, nnd explored also bmlly." -- . . V "Even that Is not necessary," said the cannot havo exceeded that of a modern 'sin- articles of food, also, havo n property of split- tho remaining S00 miles of that previously a.fr.nS at a.' "Ixil; nt this" and lie pulled eutof gle" lotter, for which tho recipient paid tho ting themselves up so as to yield the lieutenant It lib pocket n small lox alioufc two and a half jIsons. unknown stream. Tlu, orlnlnnl iu.i .,i, tTuulZ modest sum of S thalera 13 shillings, equal to Tho melon and cucumber tribo of vegetables supposed to bo climbing Mt. Ht. UTANlf'OHD. ny. Ellas, tho Inches long. "It U a patent safety raner. 18 marks CO pfennigs German money, present lwntliiilJ nif?ft t M.tft-aa1 Im lla ln. exhibit a tendency to tho formation of highest peak of North America, its clovatlon You soo, tlw handlo screws on hero, nud linp..nwhii value, or $ I.G5 United States currency. Purls substances. - r fi ,. In auimci fooih poison- Iwlng almost four miles. If ho reaches tho comb-likto h fttAIBJ t prongs nllow tho Iwanl to tile l)lf( Amoricau Register. firn liir.ll. ous properties are apt to appear either from 6iiowy summit ho will bo tho first person to through, nnd yet not cut your face. ThU .tin 1, . particular modes of cooking or from begin- havo nceomplis'hed that feat. Tho Smith- schemo will beat any amount of skill, for it is ' OIIU'lll,, I'l al .1 I f Tho I'lrst I'cntlicr Duster. ning decomposition. Tho doi'ompooltio.i may sonian institution wanted to send him on tho 1'iniiirofal Mil. t... !".,"1all lurches that happen by is pulillilu-evrry Tutwlar uJ Krlilay at the Mr. A. P. Torrcnce, of Chester, Pa. , claims to bo effected by mlcroblc organisms, or by tho samo errand but win out of funds. Hoox-Ioc- tj independent of For ittlf by Dr. M.L. UQPUNK, Btanfonl, lowprlcoof land er by wnter," Philadelphia Praaa. liavo uado tho first feather duster used in digcjstlvo ferments of tho healthy body, and to bring back many facts nnd speclmenn DOI-MIC- S tho United States. This Is his story: "When I they nro various according to tho orIJBK vnluablo to science, und to dcpoiit them In Sfrloua I'rrora In Toncliln. was Vi years old I was working with my rout ;Uts "5 ganism or ferment that seta them tip, and tho musouni of natural history at tho CwJral It is evident that mot of tho serious eti'ers George Steclo, on Pearl etrect, Now according to tho tempornturo ut which thoy park, und in tho museum of Princeton college, 'I III1II1T. Jn teaching can bo avoided by u more tktreugk rOoiriDUH n( ;,i York, and ono day I fastened somo ostrich occur, and tho length of timo that thoy con- where his uxUtant, Mr. Libbey, is a pro pirieiuri. knowledgo of tbe subtlu procoHsetbr wMoh Hie fcatborw 0:1 n stick and used tho appliance for tinue. Some of tho product of decomposi. 'KltaMti,fctico. Tho Argonaut. WrtMlrt.tt,, unfolding of a young mind ii acceiaUked, du3tlng. Gcorgo watched tho operation, nnd tion am poisonous in various degieeo of ooi Alrgtt As Lilt, -- 01' ALL CL43SEUmiClezlMlCa, and tho influcnco of older minds ujran Wmiu. nn Idea struck him. Ho at onco got to work, activity, whilo othcra uro Innocuous. HallV llu.lv, K. Y. Cloolnaatl,! Notlilnf; In the Theory. Locko and Iesslng both dtclared that the nnd soon had a pattern for n feather duster. Journal of Health. SToatly and Cheaply Esooutod. DHIa. Algernon Do you kuow I dou't believo secret of learning was to learn one thing at n SolibxDrus'tliU. Ho had it patented, and then entered into 1'iict ei.oo. U anything in tho theowy that ilih is timo; and it is tho radical fault of our pufells tho manufacture and sale of tho new wares." ' there Ilawtliorno a Jolly rather. school system that wo overload chidrm's Chicago Times. Mr. Julian Hnwthonn is celebrated among ' gweat bwnln food. Augustus Why, I always his friends as n particularly kind and jolly supposed that was n fact, Havo yon eaten mlmU with tco crcnt n variety of studies, XjKJSI Tho Koad to Staco Succom. im nwful lot which is rather worso than overloading their Uni'PMiA father. His lively boys teganl him with muchllsh! Algernon O, ya-aHTAKFOUD. ICY. There Is but ono way of getting along hon- reason as thai most constant playfellow and Augustus tVoll, then, I guess you'i-- right, stomaslis. Uetcgo Pursons Luthrop in Boston Olobo. old chop. Tho Rmnbljr. estly on tho stago. It Is by mailing yourself trainer in nthlttio ways. Chicago Times. W; P. WALTON, - - Proprietor lndlspentablo, and to do that requires both STANFORD. KY OflJee-Bo- ath iMa Main etraat V.o time and opportunity. Tho latter often nover ot tftige, IvxSO. Eight conn. Into c! ot 8cn Jo1" ' the Myers Hotali comw. Mrs. Annlo Yeamoni in Now York Oreeu'a Electric Oil cutej all achca anJ pil., UoateatMliu, tuitt mim U I'Mmti BimjIih csacltjr, lucludlnK Rnllery, Mo lluw li jsur lilixdr Hie. Urten'a t?rapflrl!!a l'nr N'fnna OtIIh Oh, -Htm . rori''Vi J.rr"eVr "tt-- f t "Or .. 1 1 heightened. Sho dances to tho accompaniment of the most fearful sounils, produced wu various Instruments by a fat woman, a fat man, n liegrcss, 11 white woman, young and pretty-b- ut not beautiful enough to vio with tho beautiful Fatma nnd a ouuuch, whoso presence furnishes tho Parisians with a toxt for somo extremely witty and audacious remarks. Tkeso ioople, with tho exception of the ponderous Tunisian Daniel Lambert, nnd tho fat old woman Fatma's fat ma, as the Americans promptly punned each danco in fl TO TIIEIU RIGHTS. I lit I It-.- rather cold bearing, and is accused of having too much confidence in himself, so that from timo to timo ho has lost tho support of powerful men who would have, with a little solicitation on his art, helped him through. Mr, ICccno's condition w hen ho came to Now York city was very substantial. H had at least $4,000,000, mid was presumed te have In California further backing. Ho arrived In the city when tltero was no loader to Wall street, and tho brokers camo nround lrim with hungry eyes to get his orders. Ono of thoso brokers, who has mndo $3,000,000 by his ixnaiafesious, has refined to carry stocks for him of late, and another who Li deep in Ids account would not oven carry IMO shnrcs for him. He was ono of tho chief inventors of tho grain speculation cotneidvut with tho stock markst. Ho was sharply reproved for having put peculation Into tlw necessaries of life, and In tho end Iw lost 58,000,000 in wliear, following the advice of lluf us Hatch. It is said he met Hatch nt tho tni measure, who was reading tlie quotations with his eyes full of tears, and ho blubbered: "Keene, If you don't help nw shall break." ICeeiw went to his assistance, niHl Hah h (bowed him how n great deal of me money milit bo mode, but it wmled la. being n great loser. He also mndo a heavy low in the Hannibal anil St. Jisoph corner, where John 1L Duff, of Boston, had attempted to scoop tho whole strevt. A friend of Duff incautiously raid to another penon at n restaurant table: "The man you see yonder is Jim Kcene, and we nro bethought going to licoak him." This it well to go nud tell Krone, whom lis fcsd not previously known. Kecuo found tint ke was In the toils, so he got to work quietly end began to buy this stock, and for somo ef it he paid mi high as SA, mid tbo same stock ho ultimately t;!d nt TO. Ho made the most of Ids money In Nortliern Pacific inferred. Ho Iwlieved himself In 15T7, just ufter tho Pittsburg rioto, when lw became n bull, worth $10,000,000. When lw sold his race Imwe, Foxhall, lw was already hard pressed, and unable to leave the city lest hi ubcucu might Ho liad be Interpreted ns fright or desertion. no person to send but n woman, who liad taken n sympathetic view of hM case and was n good negotiant Hbe sold Foxhall to Lord were itoaebcry fur ri,0), which was than Keerw expected. Koene's fiat uptown is aid to bring, him the comfnitabw rara of f 1,800 n month. It i no pvat union nt of money to a man still in tlwktiwt, Mtbflod that there if no future for him uulrss he lumsilf there. "Gath ' in Phila- delphia Times. PLATT. lOHINVIM.F. AKlH1 POWDER Absolutely Pwq t(t Thlitpowiler neTrtarli. A marTi'loiputlt), Jloro tcouoBiloi uJ wholeomenes. ilronitli linn tho onllnarr kluJ tnl cm not ha wliJ .then cororctllon with tlie uiultltuJo of low wclgtit aiaui or phosphite powiten. BoMsnlr In ltoviuBAKiKii I'owdkb O, ami, ' 10C Wall tiliN't, New Y01V MYERS HOTEL, STAKrORD. E. H. BURNSIDE, 11 Prcpr Thio Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains it3 High Boputatioii, ltu pn. w. d. yctailtorit. - iiKNiir, rEiJy, ICentttolcv roRrietSr 1b Brtermiiwi that tfooond to r.o Country Hotol in tho Stnto In iu igro, Apoointmonti, nr Attu. tion to Comfort of thoir Onttf. freaof ,ati:'r.",rrU. flair. hprrf.i 1.r'l'rt. ta iu, ,.( ., . iron -- Gkjp ii v ft 1 it aj T1IRE.Z!. EiIiAB fntorior Journal "i Miller & Curpontor, err HEAL ESTATE AGENTS Hlutf-(Ir- mt V"'.'8 b'lwile 'Wr7 r 00 Ctrl i. ism raiMLlj Ityu(o.' h. A invalid I'omlHiialion tl rt ni 1 Weekly fr t. IF liand-ftom- er rl tr !.... j . g, sr rcre j, jm tv iaai a lllrw: riri. 1 j ht ff iiate ?!... llln lll't 1 . irty ooctl L. & N. saepwl... ta..... TTI pro-tcct- ii Louisville Nashville R. 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