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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886110201 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. Stmt 0 wumw ittkfiw SonttmL VOL. XIV. Erery race STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1886. HUSTON VI LLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. CAPT. THOMAS TODDY. 7ie Word Negro of people on the faca of the Our people wrre diruppolnted by the N it to ba outdone by our eateemed con earth, save the colored poople of the United temporary, the Danville Advocate, which non appearance of J.tdge Snfley on Satur Btatea, have a dUtlnct nomenclature and claims that the beautiful picture it Rave of dav. are proud of It. The black of the United Our phyalciins seem lo be pralty our otd friend, Ctptain Thomas Toddy, in 8 tat on abbor the ward nero, and connider lt last iaone, ir a better Hkeneca than the buy during the Nt U" weeks; no particu it an epithet to call them African i. They one we printed, we decldeJ to cut and come lar form of disrase especially prevalent call themselves "colored people," which Ours is gelling to bs n thirsty town. again. Candor compel n to admit thut mean nothing, has no elnlficatlon, 'and U lta picture waa a work of art and that the Prohibition led the danct; next the wells therefore absurd aud ridiculous A few er wire failed, and now the ows are all going dry. fetlurcaof tha gillanl daya elr.ee the colored edttora held a meet- delicately and faithfully portrayed, but our At prevent wo have uo prospect of moisture ing in one of the Northern States, and by a artist, after working aeycral niehla and until the next uinleruielnn seatoti. rixiiis veto a resilution wai pmed adopt- - all Tna churches were all ocsuplvd Sun Euuday.hai with the true gent- tho name for the Iiir the word nero profwlon, not only cat'ght the day. Randolph and an Hrsociate Reformed it of hi rsco. Thin win a wlae mavemont. The likencja of to day, but iucceeded in giving brother from I'.iint Lick t Ihe 1'remyteri-u- n colored peop'o should not be ailinmed of church; J. Q Montgomtry nt tho Cbrlu-lia- n exprealf.u of n ian'cnatic tb'ti the old the thi appclUttun, a it simply miAna n black gentleinin will aaunntc t tho rcluriin of tU: and Faihor IS like at the Biptist. man, a very dark pernio with cri'por cur election como in and are reid to him. HeO.ir old friend Shelby Cirpontnr, cf ly hair. Tne word r.egro is tho propir Text', cent the other day a copy of lie boid htm. ami lauV'i who om-a- t the m name for the raoe, and they cm ooaoorale column paGroKiivilie JItrald, aa bat muled it.d mini NO. 173. II. K. TAT LOB, On.OQAN COUNTY, IsaCsndMtte or the otfics ofSuperlnundtnt of i'ulillo loitruetlon, subject to tho Democratic) StatoCoaroatlon. For Sale at a Bargain. I onVr lor ssle privately In Stanford, Kr., a vary deilrableretdeoce with seven romi and porch-Wel- l of water at the door; atabl, amoke liou'e, Ae. About aa acre of ground In the lot. For terms, 4c., apply to 11. O. A LFOIt T, 1C3- A gn t for J . R. Al lord. ZNi&f fa'ie-i-l TitftUiwt a nil JFrMnu -- AT kpt 8 '4 113 ANNUM, OAHII. undarstood If wecrodlt thtl.M wlllbs and demanded. FOR SAIiE ! ItuateJ A atlll-hunl- W. P. WALTON. increasing tho Demand. Thero l tnontty in the rum truffle; henco iti manufacture rxlcudeil I'flelf until tbcro too nnny brew-criewere too tusny tlMlllc Tho next to supply Uih ilonwJ Ihlnp wis to Incrwtso Hist tlnuiatid by l:tfiliotf in a grtater number of man that Infernall-ira- l, the runlt of h burn'it out stomach, nn nlcoholisml brain ami a T'eeB loadetl with rum palson, Tnere I nothing on rih o Urrlljla Una thirst. Tlio drnnkarlcrHVM row. Ail other thought arts awallotretl up in n mad ilealre lo again Burt' Kini'cH with the hU physical vile dtuil tint is detroin system and driving hi eitil to damnatNm Ha will have It, though it tnkra the Irst he will pawn hit punny fnm iilspjc-e- i; Itl y' own cloihin;, hi wif'i sloe, in order to Wln the mtans to bur rum Ha will drink it, too, lliooith he t.oly ktiuws full wall thit suoh ,Riiu;gc rlTeta atill troner the chains which bind liltn; hit will drink it evoo though he kno that he abu'a forever the kWs of hop ha hind him, and b that act dooui ltuH lo ' cer atuty of eternal woe, Tne w'o-j- la bit aa Imtliutlns lo lia of this Sfful men under tho dualinit ami a ireirn whtKeb," thin tr tt lr', apatite hall bf areated within them. Ttiiooa eaUWUbed, all tb motm1 at lnrrow, U or they ean will H into tba ooff r of the ran pwar, rlrot will aaaure'v a th wlnr of Ttmplstlicm In Jrtok ia rsiac'i the j ', ..itHiiore in tls) pathway of mao -- o.wt to all noble in or! r t'.iat t I be hand with inn'!::. , era-lil k d utainaal cold of t drunkard, way be wrirei ' the ootfnuno or their actur. glti. l'yledo Made, rl-, s, tluablebtock Farm conUlnluj ,7y AcVCH 1 mllo Iron Crab Urcbari on tbe Stanford ilkc. and rooms over earns, Th. two new itora-roiiI am dally opening aa elegant lino of Kail Millinin Htinloru.oneoatij Udoor JIalnatrcot, built by ery, including all Owtley A Hon. Alao the brick rrsldenro In which t am now llila j. Jilt.OWNIjKX, The Latest Novelties of the Goason. JUI-Mtanford, Ky. MIIiXilNICISY. l! dy Fiue jFarui containing .7.17. 170 ITor VA Kent. Alio Kotlom, sueh ns Handkerchief!), Collar and CulTi, llucblog, Corsets, LuMlw, etc. Ycu will And uis at tho rooms lately vacated by Smiley A Warren, next door to tbe Myers House. 'C2-2- Idoalro torent for tlioyoar 13S7 the farm known ns Ike Loo farm about 3 milts south of Huston-Titl- e, KATK liVDJtWMA It. tf ,7A'. jy. lore. aVEXTEtt. a'or-tune- s MT. VEZlNOlv-This old end well-kaotalnloglts flno reputation. a , KY. ilr, h-- BSy. by ilNlribntlnB a pamphlet which Is WHOLHALE almost bodily a'.olen from Ingeraoll'ii lec& tures, and the Indictment, which is someMado 22 TTeit Swan Street, ets out In mloulo what of a curiosity detail, covering nnny pagw, to oharga that BUFFALO, N. Y. io ha "unlawfully nnd wickedly did t Lincoln Circuit Court. Highest cash price paid for Wlilto Aib, Black tho Holy Name of Gad by cntura-cliniulAah, lted Illron, l.horry, Poplar, Huttsrnut. W. W. Jobnton Jennie Jolicslon. On petition. Cheitnut, O.k, Manlo, Hickory, reproaching Hie bsiu' and pravi Walnut, Quari and Sjranore. IhjpetltlontM have this dav Mlod their petl aod by coctumtliously reproaching dfBCf, Hod In tbe Clerk's offloe ol raid Court, asking that A. C. HIKE, eald Jennie Johnston be empowered to uw, enjoy, Souiliun Acent, Jeeui Cbrtat and the Haly Word of God 153-l- t StanferJ. St. t4lland convoy for her own benefit any property tb&t I tba canonical scriptures contained ahomay own or acquire, freo from tho debts or claims of bcrhutband, to make contracts, sue and in tba books of the Old and New Teeta be sud as a single woman, trade In her own name and dlipoeo of her property by will or deed. ment -- and b profane KjrEig at and MPOftI NEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEY, It Is now ordered tbat notlco or said action bo them lo contempt an rldiouU, in publihl la th later lor Journal, a nowinantr THE published In Stanford. Kv . for tn iIit, dantlo raeocapabilititi, tii ojnelountat that he, tho fid Caarlee 1). Iynaldr, did 0A1K3 f. UAILK1, i)d dia f Oerk LTiiocIn Circuit Court. o' raoa oSUventa, mke the ward n;ro then and tovie nubluh Lir.uiat. SOfJTE oitaoiie of int4111fnoo, profroMaitd hp- tribulo a carlala impious nnd blaspbemoui MACK BUUCE'3 nj and piBO. M"WpbH Appeal. printed document entitled KeiKncIcy'fl EJoufo East Bible ' " Taore is nothing aa pleaaing Buggy & Implement House. Writing of Air. lhrnw aud the Urge the no to men like Mr. Reynold ai the aflkc a'.ion i.trowda that flick f) heir him. tie lUoh-woWashington, Philadelphia and notoriety of "suffer-inn- " of martyrdom and the ' Look heab, R.n"om," said an old negro I IkfiMtr rayc --vow YorK. I have now lit. Dune ban without piin. Tho most puntehment to a young fellow, ' I doan' min' yer ocia-tiThe only line running ml Vntwh in etrle and in inner of A FullLinDof Wiioat Drills and Tin: Josw Count v LUi.r Cam. The dre, and i more attractive than ever. that could bo mated out to him would bf wid my daughtor, but I druther yer PULIiUAX SEW SLULTINU CARS othor Agricultural Implomonts, not to uotieo him. LLauUville Times. ccoily oil( cat Lts roun' my houeo no mo'. wouldn'oome AUD Uy of hi rougher exprowdota, which he I) ra di'p-oBesldoJ a of by ibo S iprta Com of broORSt from the mountain' wtwn he firat Many a unn and wounn deplorea the Time Voro de las' what yir was heab, I SOLID TXIAIN Ijw.. Thm h ono of tie mU lemsr-a-li-ci'- ci vkom viltod Itioliunnd have bea drooped rr day that roller skates lured them from the inisml er water bucket, an' de las' tlmo de Pnll Lino ol Buggies and Wagons Lexington, Ky. to tho iooid of tho Astsrrina-- c ereitlv lontd down, and there I, naw a h paths of domesticity. That wicked bridle was gone, an' now, tx I has ue for Always on hard. Ia connection with my Im- Louisville, Oincinnati quiet to Washington City, ito tuts, and fiirsisM n etrtkin plement batlOMa, I wttl also carry a aba", hi. dlrian whioh i olcquent little r.dler appear in eochl history a a de ssHdle, I druther you wouldn't come Connecting In too aamo depot with n exren,ia lnurv a littla s.i.1 of w and cbaraiii'ifAt heretofore be id the sort ol Juggernaut, dottroytog Uoinw, heab. I doan' my dat yer nin't hones', fur Complete StocI: of Lumber, Fast Trains for Now York. pr. In 'orm mty ftc.i i 'bfind talk of tne town, and hi ne dwltins that breaking be uts an J bring.ng despair and de Lawd knows I b'labss yer ic, but euch The irtract Eoute to while yer is in de Both rough aud dres'ed. t'rloet, on everything ai Lynchburg, D.iail!a, Horlolk and rll Virginia to be Twelve yers t a Oreen oomt? Corat never t p'.d wl'h the ruin lo weak and erring mortals. Tnis m cut tilings happens and North Carolina Points. olo man, fa-- j TjOW un 11113 one. r tio'. ti J met omn'y and biuj'it biit even after he lifm up hi tyo in noexsgeeration When the skating rink neighborhood, so es' lor please er Forttcketa and further Information, apply to ictne ealvrxof a mta amd Jj!ior.. TKry hell amid the tiratentn o' the devil find "cult" waa at its height the pipers were what alr.'t enj jyin' very good health, pleis' I solicit mbnro of jour patronage, Iteapcclfully, yournearest ticaototHce or address W. w. Mon-roQoueral Agent, Lexington, Ky. were etden, lut Jjbnn cU'md U.irt' there, too, a'.ill pleiding nnd anx full of sensational storiei. telling how trag- doan' come roun' dis homo co mo'." 112-. Jl. It It CLE. V. C. WICKUA3., II. '. VULI.Kn, rr Traveler. ta hte biuht they froai a third pr4. io ii to 2d VlcoPicaldent, Gen'l Peu'r Ag't. 'tie, crte much comment. Tne edy bad been tho outcomo of what seemed Jo- noan w&ii proteonted by the Antl II nrt Uultvllle, Ev. loot-prithtorr 'at a damned asul bat 'till a hope, on the surface harmless sporl. The jaunty 19 inches long, 8 A human thk Thief AuocLitlon, but wah acquitted. He and although in hell mav vet ba aaved, rink "professor" became more f imous for inches wide and clearly deSncd in shape, hat sued for $10,003 dainty, aod the civs ! uity not hi orlhordux, but there are a great his amours than the festive coachman. And has been found in n rock near West Blue, 7 c i time, extiseo tried Are timeii, and manv imp'e who will rejolcs to hear of the now one more elopement baB resulted from Neb. If a human skull five or six Inches FROM IVIIKNCK cept trie, he hai recoWtd a verdict for frui new di'cavery an I will make a giant tflort too much roller skating. Tne domestic in diameter can bs found any whero in Ihe No Tniyeler HeturtiM Kick Concert Grand, e $3,000 to $7,C0O, which wn el way Bank, N. J., which has de- vicinity, it will afford pood presumptive tragedy at I.sil to believe it. Parlor Grand, aiide. He app4.lod to the Supreme Cour', stroyed two homen, is the latest unhappy evidence thst the pioneer who first settled In theso tight times each buret ihould consult Baby Grand, Y , man iid: "After all, A Kington, N. hla own lntertsts WliT should tou and the verdict ha. btta rcmacd, civinc outcome of a sport which is gradually los- St. Lou'o and laid out tho town went subse- chant Mlc for an aitlcle whtn you cire one mer Upright Grand, can buy the mo a wounn for my offioa work. A The court cotln ore now give him no diim-same thtn( from another lor 40c. To do thla la not ing its popularity. Square Grand. quently to Nebraska aud died. unite to younelf or family. woman iianilbte. Sha 1m no way be $3,300. while the other expenscn on both in me noxi pnco, you anouu uoaurp 10 koi bUJU We are opening the tacit ctrelully selected, tbe think in better than mine She it nlway A few days ago, while enjoying the beau articles. Poor goad are dear at any price. Noeldes amount tj at leiwt $20,000, and The importance nnd value of the tobacco where is this more so than in Medicines. You finest and beat stock of on hand during buiine.ii hour. She does tiful view from the upper porch cf "lied peraana hara bee.i rallied by t lit crop in Virginia are shown in the elate might as well pay SOc an ouoce lor law dust aa fo PIANOS AND ORGANS' notgnuibleif there Ma little extra work Top," Col. Wilson remarked to the PresiInert medicines. )eniesot lliecaee. ineut that Lynchburg pays more revenue stock of Mcd- Bourne has lust rocelved lado. She is nuiet. She doei not have a dent that be thought he was very sensible inlo tbe United State? Treasury ou tho sin- Iclnoaofall kind. Every his larcefresh from the Eer brought to this city. Erery instiument ia arllclo The value of the clye win $50 - Mm to from an artist nod cheap the prldo manufacturers. Uo tho lotofchtian who hive nothing to do but in building a porch s.i wido, for il gavo to gle article of tobacco than nny ono of tho en selection of fancynow hasshow nlceat articles, Ac, 33 percent,oflower tuan and prices rangeaik lor10the other dialers caso goods, neipolii Journa'. to tho great annoyance tbe old house the appearance of larger pro- New England Stales pays on everything it Ac. The ejlebra ted Lnuure'e Spectacles and oje eaue goods. Persons ot musical nnd art culture came In and chat, tho beautiful, cultiglaes a specialty. Tbe beat brands ol mixed ar Invited to an Inspection ofdesigns ot M r ha WaahiiiKlon wai a very pntty of the proprietor. 8he itoeanot pino every these celepaints erery can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, vated, refined tone and artist portions thau it otbcrwlae would haye. prod nee o acwlng machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' brated Instruments: b not a very jjood laoklni: old Kill, afternoon to go and aeo h liHsbill game. way an engineer officer looka "That is thn lamps, ol It is eald the amount stolon from the goods, chromos. fraiuis, thousandbrushes, bioks the Tho Kuriuc, tlio Fa" uixa Aiabo matured tthe crew alnii', am!, She do not oiatter half thstlmi nbim articles for all kinds, stationery, a t li." i.l Mr. Cleveland. "Tub ladies dear grandmas, ciaMe n aunts and the smartest baAdams KrproM Cjmpiny's car, in Misa 'curves,' 'crrorc,' 'foul .liw,' 'wild thtowa' the FouuLir Evmolts Decker tlnuffliher ploluriM repruten " by l;i tho buslnosa all at take.u diflerenl view of Its utility souri. Isst Mond-iy- , will reach $31,000, in bwi uy, the current hlftory nt the tttrnta and auch fold'rtl. She a'.tend to her work erett and tlio Kcllablo Xotv Ungland "All what do they rfajlf" naked Colonel slctd of $50,000, as first reported. Dr. M. L. Bourno'8 New IDrus Store, lManos, iny r lie w ! a plainly dteted, lobmt old without ewoirin whan southing goe" WiWon. titanford, Ky. who loike.l older than her hu mo n wowau, every lime, The Celebrated Olongh and Warron and wom", wron. Ye, givo thought I overheard them say the There are 31 coflin factories in tba Uiii bind. Hie wan not miled for her mic.nl ut for my wark OI couri, they are not oil other day lliat It would bo a splendid place tbe John Church & Co. Organs, C UWIVATOIl and they eicb turn out 150 cof1887 Pleaeo couuiunlcvta vHth us for catalogues, term in'td'ecuialciiinlitiw. S io cauldo'i apall, sensible, but Uko thm all in nil, they to push around a buy CArriaie;" and Mr. ted Stale, Chicigo uses on aa average of 1831 fins dally. nd'pnces. ahe did not rend a bok frmi have raoro of n pro to buiinssi, try harder Ulevolaixl lookud .it CjI. Wilson as though und ti. i:. JCi E. J. CUOK, Special Ag'ls, 10 ft day. end of the j oar to the othtr. Hhe wan to do right and ara mora omolentiju-- t than he thought they were rlght.-N- ew tiianrorl. Ky. York iim . KICIIAl'.O, OrRO-- H The best ol the Bucklen's Arnica Sahe. niioody, cody womin, who alnixt ltyH uifn.' Herald. Befercncts' A. T.. reuny, Mis K. M. CarpenlWaa-leTbebtSatve in the world lor Cuts. Bruises AGRICULTURAL 'had kcittiuc needUn in her hnndt and who WEEKLIES. ter, J. M. Philips, J. It. Moore and Jauits Orch-aid- -, Mm Luey INrnns, wif of ono of the Let's Hex n You Bay Ihat Fact. -- A Sorea, Salt Hheum, Teror Sorea, Tetter, Chapped Stanforoj Mrs. Ssggls Holmes. Crab thought aliH did n K'eat thinu when ehe cjudetnned Cuinnj) anarchist', desire the Leadtei! ThoConntrv Gentleman Is lien. W. J. lndriu and Miss Llrzlo Uuff-iuhslesper ia one who alecpa. A sleeper ia that Hands, Chllblalm, Corns and allb-t- n brupuoao, nal ot American Agriculture.thsIn amountJour r nnd Laucaet-'r- , Ky. navod the Mvolinc of n lot of old blurk w irld to tike mtio that He le ptrfectlv in wnich tho sleeper sleepa. A sleeper in and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. I, practical valued conunt. In extent and ability silk IccViniji ned woro out chiir cofn rd;nnl to odir up r hutbtnd as a mar)i guaranteed to give period Malefaction, or money of coriespoLiUntH, lu qualltv of papt-- and style thai on which the sleeper which carries the refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For aale by cfpublhstlon, tt occupies ho first r.ink. ltlat-Utre- d ilrt-efor herf-jl- . and Wjvu iheui Into I for that rsaua Is quite willing 10 have no superior In cither of the threo tyr, mi sleeper while ho Bleeps runj. Therefore Tonny A McAllitcr. chief divisions of Rhe was very proud of her liubni!; anl tits ttninin'a Arm should ba subul aleepar tho while tbe eloepsr sleepi in the iut Interesting Experiences, tbev sUow thii little room io the cec lutfd for bar o ia nmbricin,' lit minly sleeper carri&J the eleepu: ovr tho sleeper Farm Crops and Processes, lllram Canferon, Furnlturo Dealer of Columbua, In ond rt rv i f the homo at Mount Vernon, if this wus ms under tho sleeper waich cirries the sleeper Li if spnke at form Horticulture & Fruit-GrowinOa lella his exporlenco thai: 'Tor three years which .alio deluded herelf after III death, thing her.itej hit, bleu hsr inuojiint hoirt, Btotn-ajumps of! tho sleopsr nnd wakei the sleoper haves trlod every icioody on tho market for Hvo Stock and Dairying, afticR noono lor manthc. and allowlnn on- thera are probacy mora than a thousand and -I- dnoy DUordera, but got no roller, unthe aleepjr by striking the elespjr under Hue and old establlahod rout ly HCtUo enter the roam through a ho'e wives in Now York rjvly to pirt with their tn til I uaod Electric Blttors. Took Ave bottlei and While It alto Includes all minor depigments or ru- The direct through from tbe sleeper, aud thero Is no longer nay om now cured, and think Electric liltler the boat ral intenst, such as the Poultry ard, Entomolo-uy- . which waaoutln the door htnbands ou tho aime ternn Tney would .turw.r hleiitm? iii the sleeper on the Bloxl Purifier In the world." Major A. B. Kced, (Sretnhoure and Grapery, Veter- Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii e inary Kcnllvs, Farm Quvsllons ncd Answers, and all points in the West. xnroll them into the nable nrmy of mtriyia sleeper. of West Liberty, Ky, used Electric Bitters for an Hefclln?, Domestic Economy and a summarv The woid "woman" ctrrici with It a Kidney affection and says: "Noth week. lis market Beportsare Two (2) Diily Trains from Lonlsvllls to Ht. Louis. ol ibo neirsnf too old standing if tney hid the oianco. There broad meaning. It constitutes a tltlo tht Mtdam was recounting that her husband lug has ever done mo 10 much good as Electric unusu.lly complete, ana much aiieuuoo is paianreo (3) atiy irains irom uincinnau i) uothln.' unisliHh abiut thee heroic wo to the proipecl of the crops, as throwing light upto fit. Louis. a man used In speuking of his mother or h 8 was ill tho night before and it was accessa- Bitters." Bold at 80 cents a bottle by I'cnny A on onol tbomoslliuportaut questions when to Only IO hours (ton toulsrlllo and Cincinnati DUT ami wnru 10 re I. 11 11 itneratir niuiir.ieu wile. He can think of none bettor. There men." a doctor at threo o'clock iu McAlliter, ry to tend for to.t. Louis. and Is luteudeil to supply in a continually increaKoceut soundings ovsr the bed of tbe is'none better. Yet there are those who sing degree aud lu tb best aencufth term, a the morning. "Rut 1 thought you had a Tho Only Line by whioh you car-g-ot A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. ean prove the existence of a sunk- - doctor in ibo house, your oldest son," eald a Through Sleeping Car seem to regard tho title aa not good enotuh Cspt. Coleman, senr. Weymouth, plying between L,ire, AKrlt'utturul NeiVMpaier, ThHy want to be known asladie . 'ii riiti;e, often less than 1,000 fathoms a noighbor. "Ttuo, but we only let him doc- Atlantic City and K. Y., had boen troubled with for them. From Clceloatl to St. Louis. Although the Counlry Gentlerasn has been was a cough so that he was unable to slsep, and Why, It Is difficult to toll. Members ol ibo Irtt'i the surfrce, while un either side the tor tbe servants." greatly enlaigMl, the terms continue aa bvJow rpfon l Xr --JT Istboonly line running el- Induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- when paid strict y tu alvauci. X X1W Ob through from LoulsvlU gentler sex are repiotsl fir what they are w er uis a depth of 3,500 fathoms. The One copy our year, il fi ; lour copies SI0, and an and Cincinnati to St. Luli, all other routes being sufli-cieThe demaud tor twine in this country sumption. It not only gavo him tnttant rsllof, height 1.1 of the cceau's bed to a Ae a whole they are deferred to, nnd inJi ) the'extreme soreneas In his breast aitdll oualcopy lor tbe year txw tu tun souderol made up of a comblnaWou of small roads, harvesting but allayed the club, leucopcsfVO.andaddttioralopy oua to make it dry land would therefore alone lor use on binders for viduallv they are almost certain of courte His children wore iltnllarJy aflected andaslnglo year Ireoto the eu'tvruf tbe club The Ohio A Mlnler.pl Railway runa Palatial bring up a range of uouataina varylngfrom grata amounts to 35,000 tons, or enough to dose bad tho same happy effect. Dr. King's Now --new suticsrlbera for 1SS7, raving in ous treatment from men, The assumption Sleeping Cara on night trains; Luxuriant Paruw. will receive the papir weekly trom tbe The higher go six limes around the earth. Tne greater Discovery Is now th standard remedy In tbe lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coach9,001) lo 15,003 feet in height. strengthreielpt of the remittance, tu Jauuaijr 1. 18:7, with of tho title "lady" on In no senae es on all trains. thla twine is made from the import Coleman household and on board the schooner. out cnarge. PpeclmeucDples Ire. Address and which is gener noints of the sunken ridg now form the part ol en the claim they have Direct and close connsstlons ara mado la UUIO Standard Remedy at LurilEU TUCK EU A tO.V, lubllibe a. ed Sisal Manila or hemp, or from a mixture ire Trial Bottles of this N. Y Tribune. DEPOT, with diverging lines by theO. A M. Albin), Niw Voik. ally acknowledged. Io fact it often eeeraa Azore Islands. Penny A; McAlIster's Drug Store, Railway, thus avoiding tioblesoiuo transfrom the two. ---fers by other routes. undignlflel and unapproprlate. A "lady" following receipe may prove satisfac The Tbe Ohio A Mississippi Railway is ths only llo IN Tim Il Is eoarcely possible for a man aud wo advertising for a. position as a "saleslady" tory for ma'tln 1 a cheap icecream, as il between Loulavllls, Cincinnati and St. Louts , quarreling. WORLD under ono management, running all Its would act more in acordance with good calls for no cream: Hsat one quart of new man to live together without FOR A trains through solid and tn consequence other day a man 'BnslBtss Education, Is rerognlxed Flrat-Clataste to he an energetlo younff woman milk in a dish sot ia hot water, stir In two Ia n Brooklyn court tbe When Baby was sick, wo gav her Caatorla, llmta those Cities. charged with having brokeu his wife's Whsn she was a Child, she cried for Caatorla, clerbship.-Oma- ha Htiald. tablespoon fula of looking for a mixed up in was Apply to ticket Agent of conceding lino for College ehe objected to his full psrtlittlars ss to rales, Hue. maps, clrcalars When she became Kiss, she eluag to Caatorla, milk. Let It ooil a minute or two; nose merely became Hlakeat Hencr aad Gld Medal orn all other Collegef. or a ty desired Information, or writ to A good cot'eot r must be patient as a and warming his feet in her back with hi boots Tfsn shs bad si tba WrM'i im.II1, far Sy item of BOUT. II. FUKUAN, ah gave them Castor!, It from the fire and let It cool, ooootic.Suw. ulluU Ueaci- -I .e post, cheerful aa a duck, sociable as a tlaa, then take Triv. Pats, ag't O. Couroe, Ttichfrstnplora.l.lofrolllllae bw Hit Tuition, SuUonrrr aJ IkMid. aboul DO. Sk.rl. J0IIS V. BARNAUL A M, Ji'y, Somorset, Kv. and a half a pound of on. " " ",mXW2i t.wU a lion, cunning as a fox, weather and stir lu twj eg bold as ' ' oM T' -- , "i r- . 4. -- UU UtU i Miu,. , vO, FiU Ag't. . .. c rUu kt(.. rot I Flavor wltfi extracti and then Ui Green Cough MaUam for coughs anil colds. t" .m. CtBclunatl, O. proof ao rubber and aa watchful as a sparrow- sugar, tlicUui addicts W. U. UX.ll " VtnX aUct-- K I l'Uv &. Tor tie by jieuauerw a. freeze. -- f Amerlcus (G.) Recorder. -hawk, 1 n f preju it if they wiU'divot tbotnailve di(M rtnd ncofpti' itk pride which all oth or race feel for their national oguomeo Xa raoa em cuiuind rapet whioti d- it' tcale tho uioia b w.lcb it inoon in the hlrory of the world and b all olhor raeM. Tna Confederals add la ia praod of the miuc rebel, (l?an him at n atignma of dia Cmm, at.d when tho otlerel ptapk unlvar-aa'lacrapt the name of nejto It will loee Chirhw It Iteynold, of Morriitown, N. It odium, Like other ma tho negro J., eojaya the doubtful distinction of havibould have rao prlie, and thia he om nat ing been regularly indioted by the grand do io loiu ai be rpudli'oi h'n hhtorieal jury for hlaiphcmy. He incurred y of an aiplriajr, ed candidate. Storc-SSoos- n per, containing tl.it portraits aud biographies of 33 n'pinnU for cflioi, nil young and toad lokiujr, and not ono with his hair pntoJ in thn middle. ' I was particularly Htruck with tho youthful appearance i f the candidate unlit Ihe wifo reminded mo that the peculiar Institutions of Texas wete not promotive of old age among its 01 "SScnt IN STANFORD. Htore-nooo- i, In location 105 Ths Ilaydon tho best ant arraugeoient. Apply tt 1-1- rr. a. ii'ECvir, In Stanford, to Hotel Is still main, Chargci roseonable. opcoiaiatiention totba travellsg piblle. JI'J'.SEtl'cqjIfyVro'r. Mt. Vernon, Kj. Stanford, Ey. 'Sown Vat Wov 8wle I rrutnUtUeolMr. W. II. Andsrisn, far Mlo privately bis neat brick liouio nd lcffcr lot of ? J?J?F' Bl' "P0"11 Avenue In Stanford. Thea .U'entetswry Improvements and Is Sl,??a", ?,7.,oIrabl.e ont' CM on or alJre" ma nt regwd to It, 16Mt M.'.JX.3tcnOItERTB. JB. . cittern. There is vait deal abaut courtship and marriage besides sentiment. Matrimony Is one of tho most important business matters with which wc ever have anything to do We csn better afford to make a mistake Io almost any other direction; and before the Important etep is taken tho heart ought to bn kept dovm and the uiind awake tinlil the most ecrutinizing invostUntiut ie made of character, diepwitioo, habit, do., sr.d it wou'd be well fornach pnrly (o bc- Iiiuieelf or herself beforo g'n lo to the other parly. giving much in tUle The wotA fraud eytr pnetic-y- t world is for & man or woman who is utler ly unfit to bs n husband or wifu, to palm them vl fee pQ on tomebody with ali their dfc's. It I a cltjar fcwludlc. Tnere ought tjbiiiD dim.uUy iu puiiie rJndiu uui what their own Gtnoa for matrimony io, for people do not fall in loc with tbimeelv to an extent (hat utterly blinda them to their own imperfections invst-tigate a'ti-utio- The Photographer, pro-ec- u r, name andauba Imteofar it one which rnmna nothing. Rite pride WelovAtloc, bat the pn'do that diown n rao ntou U derni itiC. "Colore! paoi.'e" ca never bi rub ttilutetl for the word a .fro, and the lihck ibonld aooapt the httur, and o live n to miks il piinifijent of a proud and enlightened people Toe rfgro on oa!l hicu'tlf Aeaorleau (n ho U o an Irishmen, lulimt and Frrnohmm, but they are atill knows by tba rao fram which they dftO'N.I, aai th black will ba know a in all ll i u the nro, and be ehou'd adipt 'hu ura, and by ric prile, oal Oor-aian- tl-i- II;nivi!le, Frames - - . - itl', ta Ordor. TIMBER LUMBER, blas-phoa- y t. g t'i k. tlotii', 185-t- - GHESlP0t5EOHfQ 'Uia-phtr- oer n tat-p'ov- j-- d A fin-w- ill-'rit- , 1I - eH w 1 - nl, BOXJ!R,lN"EJ n "World-rcuoTTii- hr;H 'I "IE Country enlleiuaii, y, u, 131-ly- h-- r cb uhiq mm i h Sz, 1 g, Fire-aid- J. 1 ut jLfW U-- st coro-atarc- t&aWllk-krtploc ES.ll. ... . , it "4" Ai .WU ... a Sw-9iBtcMBnbnorimn- wI Stanford, Ky., November w. P, WALTON. 1.c fl'. IiPM H'gir R Gnet. ve itUBds ' 131 demo . In th Went, has shut down, unable crallo to 141 republican?. This is a major- t.rno.t compote with the Sandwich Wand sngar, ity of M. Tho republicans will have to It duty. even to tie the wMMi I admitted free of gain 23 members The estimate of the expenses of the they have hardly a 2, 188C deaaocrata, which fiscal year aggro-gate- s possibility of doing. Maine, Vermont and postal service for the next $55,3 12.150, while tho appropriations Oregon have already elected their Congress year were $51,305,863. men, Beyen In all and republican as beforo forMhe current Manning baa assumed actu-a- l Secretary Tho remaining 318 are to be chopen Tub payout Uoirwa to-dato-d- ay DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Fcr Conjrw?, JAUJGS 15. McCUEAKY. Of Madliou. Fcr Member of State Board of Equalisation, JOE A. COHEN, Of Anderson. The present delegation in Congrers from Kentucky stands ten democrats to one republican. Toat our readera maj judge of the prospectn of to day 'a election we gtre the deuiorraiio majorities of two yearn go and the mate of otTaira thia morning, IntheFir-- t Piilrict in 1884 Stono was elected over Turner, indeptndenl democrat, and Ilonalon, republican, beating the former by 8,003 and the latter by 3,342. The race this time is between 8 tone and Turner, with the chances in favor of the latter, if the republicans unite upon him. There was no nomination br the democracy and Turner claims that he is as true to the party as the beat of them. LalToon was elected in the 2d two years ago by a majority of 2,967. The prospect is that it will be just &a large this year over Jolly, the republic can nomine?, Matters are considerably mixed in the 3J. Rhea is running as the democratic nominee, made bo by the district committee, after a divided convention had nominated both him ond Judge Hal-sel- l, present incumbent. There was treat bitternces engendered during the canvass by the two acd the republican nominee, Hunter, may go in, notwithstanding Haiecll was elected over Qolladay in 1884 by 2,447. He, however, only beat the same Hunter four years ago by 200, but it is said it took $10,000 of the republican campaign fund to accomplish that result. In the 4:h Robert BDn had no opposition at tho last election. To day Judge Montgomery is opposed by Bslden, tha republican nominee, a very ehort horec, who will not be able to poll eren hii party's strength. Willis bsat Will-Bo- n in the 6th before 3,379 and Ciruth will likely down the same individual by as large a majority The republicans put up no candidate against Cirliole in the 6th, but a fellow named Thsbe, or tome hing of tie hind, was nominated by the workingman'a party, whatever that is. Car. lisle's majority beforo was nigh onto 6,000. It will be 10,000 or more this time. Billy Brecsinridge had but little opposition before in the 7th and he has none this time-I1884 he beat hii alleged opponent 15,-0- 66 and nobody would stand against him tussle. In this district Qov. in McCreary was opposed by Scbtatian, a man of Borne ability, in 1884, but he downed . him by if the democrats do their eluty.he willbeitTodd, the still hunter, clean out of his boots. His majority oght to be 3,000. Wadaworth was tho lone republican elected in 1884, beating Powers by 102 majority. Judge Wall is the democratic nominee this time and he seems to ha70 a dead oure thing over Thomas, who did not accept the republican nomination till Saturday. In the 10th Taulbee'a majority over Auzicr in 1884 was 1,953. The race this time ii between him and Hurst, whom be will likewise enow under by a lirgo majority. We aio a little dubious about the result in the 11th. Wolford's majority wsa but 816 and that was hardly a test of the democracy's strength. Major opposed by Judge Finley, "the Botla partisan," who has no ecru-plabout the manner of obtaining votes, and his party is making strjnuous efijrts in his behalf. On the whola we incline to the beliif that the delegation elected today will be solidly democratic, though the republicans hive more than a fighting chance in the 3d and 11th. to-d- ay. to-da2,1-10Tc-da- y, d to eit in tho 50th Congress. Giving Kentucky a solid democratic delegation, a republican organ at Washinaton figures one majority for the democrats la the next House, Since the inauguration of a democratic administration tho public debt has bcon re duced over $117,000,000. In like proportion have tho expenses been reduced, the expenditures for the first quarter of this fiscal year being $11,018,450 less than for the same period of last year, when affairs had hardly gotten out of republican "ruts." This Is a record to bo proud of. Show that you endorse such an administration by voting for the democratic candidato for Congress to day. Tub editor of 4tho Harrodeburg Democrat, theois not only a fine vocalist, a logian and a No. 1 writer, but his crtticlm of our costly picture of Captain Thomas Toddy, shows that he has the instincts of an artist withal. Thanks, very much. By the way, that encellent paper did not reach us till yesterday, although it Is published firat-claea control of the Treasurv Dopartmont for the first time since he was taken sick, and signed all the mail requiring the slgnaturo of tho Secrotary. Six insurance patrolmen wero burled under falling walls at a firo in Lnlttco. Four of them were rescued In a more or less maimed condition. Tho olhera were taken out lifeless. The Superintendent of the Adams Express Co. at St. Louis says ho has the name of the person who committed the recent ex press car robbery. Tho amount stolen is now estimated at $120,000. Th name of tho sculptor Birtholdl which it may bo a relief to know is called Bartowldy received another baptism of immortality jeiterdar ty being conferred upon a Dakota postoffice.-rCourier-Journal. Wookmen are tmgiged in painting and MelhodUt the beaiitllyiug otherwise church, Soutb, both Inside and out. Mrs. Engleman, widow ol the late Chris Eogleman, who has been very ill with pneumonia, is reported by her pbyi i cian, Dr. F. Dunlap, as conyaleecent. Messrs. Jacob Hirlan, Andrew Popr, Tip Bruce, II. O Farris, Jerry Sandidge, T.i rt ureen rt( a t.t. nauI .a. if xioika tf. viay aaiun u T)!...... ion this morning for New River on a fishing! excursion. The long and weary feud between Em-Ewlng nnd tho Fife fimtly, known as the "war of the roses," is now claiming attention again by the arrest of Eoinia aforesaid by tho Police Cjurt authorities on a charge of eumhlng things generally, Tho trial is set for this evening. Mrs. Lyno Metcalf. nte Mie Lucy Bowman, of St. Louis, is visiting her sister, Mrs. James Klnnalrd. Hit. C. B. H. Martin and wife have returned from a ylsit to friends in Indiana. Mr. B. F. Phillips went o Newport on Saturday to bs absent several days Capt. W. E. Grubb) was hi town yesterday morning on hi way to &$ asli, i'iwih Cnh. Freiit tlilnrintc wo oiTor our tomplcto Complete Stock of Jfewelry, At Cost For Cash ! nll ami Wntohos, Oloolta and Silvorware eo our slock ticfbro iiiirvhnHltig elsewhere Drugglata acd Pharmaceutists. McROBKRTS & STAGG, II. C. RUPibXSlsf, JMEIliJIIANT TAIXOll. I have received and still rtctlviDg- - Friday. Tub railroad commission has just finished assessing the railroads of the State. They find that there are 1,973 mites, about 50 of which are not yet taxable, and that their value la $35,860,574, an Increase of nearly four millions over last year. The tax this year is 47 cents on the $100, against 62i in 1885. would seem that it la about time all of the war claims, growing out of the hostilities of nearly a quarter of a century ago, were settled, yet they are coming in every day. During the last fiscal year the Third Auditor disposed of 11,636 accounts of that kind, involving $154.401,724. And still thoy come. The Secretary of the Treasury haa Issued a call for the redemption of $10,000,000 of 3 par cent, bonds. This is getting rid of tho surplus even faster than the most ardent supporter of tha Morrison bill could have wished. Lst it be Kept up. It AnEit a protracted fight for the nomination for Mayor of Atlanta between the prohibitionists and the antis, the latter won in the eelection of John T. Cooper, who is stroncly Identified Tith the whisky inter est. The nomination is equivalent to an election. We appeal to overy democrat who reads this paper today to go to the polls and vote whether he thinks it necessary or not. Tho republicans will be out In forco. We democrat should bo at least as patriotic. Henry Georqe, the socialist candidate for mayor of New York, made five speeches Sunday in the interest of his canvaw. This ought to beat him if his radical views do not. HOTES OF CURRENT EVEHTS. Charleston experienced- - the usual earthquake Sunday. Mayor Carter Harrison has declined a Congressional nomination at Chicago. President Cleveland has given $500 to the New York State democratic campaign fund. Joseph Green was knocked down and robbjd on the street at Louisville. His injuries aro fatal. Seven villages on tbo bland o! Niafu, near New Zjahnu', wero destroyed by volcanic eruptions last month. Wise A duel between Congrei-smaMayor Lamb, of Norfolk, is agitating and tho minda of tho Virginians. The Governor of Sonora, Mexico, has mada a raid into Arizona, which resulted jn tho killing of fifteen men. Gen. W. B Shattuc, of Cincinnati, has of the accepted the Commisionerahip Southern Paa'enger Association. Though somewhat abating, cholera is still raging in Japac. In four weeks there wero 34,908 cases and 23.774 deaths. Six men were entenced to death by tho U. S, Court at Fort Smith for murders committel in the Indian Territory. It Is estimated at the Treasury De pirtment that the reduction of the public debt during October amounts $12,000,000 Tho Canadians are charmed with the preaching of tbe two Sims, Jones and Small, and have presented them with $2, 500. H. S. Herzog & Co., wholesale cloth' iers of Cincinnati, have assigned to Louis Kramer. Assets, $100,000; liabilities, $150,' 000. Tub ceremonies attending the unveil mg of the statue of Liberty Enlightening the World were tho most imposing ever witne3sod at New York. There were many speeches made, including one by President Chmlan 1 and several by the French Barlholdi, the maker of the masterpiece of statuary, wai present and was the ra:!p!ent of marled and distinguished honors. The wonderful sizs of the figure, which is that of a woman, may be imagined when it is told that from the baje of the pedestal to tho top of the torch it is 306 fce ; the fi ;uro itself, including the elevated arm which holds tho torch, being 151 feet, A spiral etaira runs through it to the top and 20 people can find mora inside of the torch. The head of the statue 40 peruana. It stands in tho harbor of New York and will play tho put both of the useful and the ornamental, its The whole uf being tint i a lieht-hou- a? was a preoint by the French Republic to the United State) and wai derigned to cement the bonds of fellowship between tho two great nations. The pedeital was paid for in small popular contributions, collected by the New York JForM. It coat $100,-00repre-eentativwilic-commodate 0, Three hundred and eighteen Congress men and seventeen Governors of States, other Slate officers, are to be elected to ilar. Pat Hunt was acquitted at Paris for the murder qf Rick Thomas and the jury hung in the case Hunt'a wife, who did the killing. Mies Lena Fairbanks, a maiden thirteen Bummers, has been sentenced . cruel The Louisville enough to say: "Col. J. Stoddard Johneon is eaid to want the Turkish mission. If he gets it ho ought to take Captain David A. Murphy with him. There is no better way of ridding the State of the fiery newspaper methods which keep the late war alive in .Danville." Poor Murphy hai left us, pr is about to do so. He eaid he jould make tracks for the other sldo of tho Ohio if we would eay something gocd about him, We did, and ho has gone, He told the trijth for onca in his life, at least. May we never look upon hia like again. Commercial is A heavy snow atorm which greatly Impeded travi vii:i Monuuu fU.a.u.. of to two year' imprisonment in a Michigan jsil for horse stealing. The Cincinnati firm of Meyers, Th Ionian & Co., notion dealers, havo assigned. Estimated liabilities $80,000; as'ets S50,-00- 0 No preferences. Powdcrly has consented to speak in New York in tbe interest of Henry George's candidacy for the Mayoralty, He had better stick to his business. Mrs. Donaldson, while in a fit of in sanity, picked up ber two children and jumped into the Potomac River at Washington, All were drowned. His lordship, the Eul of Lonsdale, has dwerted his managerial post, torn him-Kc- lf from: the arms of Ma Under Violet, and tucu uiuifo.l u.a. lvsiiiiiUu. Tho lant Legislature passed an act for Mated that tho President will not to vote, as he does not care to vote tbe establishment somewhere in this part ol go home for 0n. Rocers. the democratic nominee the Slate of a high grade school for colored people of Dan-fill- s for CongreeJ, who announced In his accept people. Energetic colored and ylcinity have raised over $500 ance that be was an and expect to increase the amount to and to offer that amount as an Induce There are now in etore at Minneapolis, St. Paul and Dululb, 11,207,321 bushels of ment for thecoraajesloners to locate tho hat. maklne with 21.746.000 bumela in school in Danville, the country elevators, a total of 32,053.321 The Knights of Pythias are rapidly inbuihelaof wheat now In Minnceora anu creasing in members and infiaeucs in Dan Dakota ville. Their Lodge room, 3d story, corner Allornev General Garland has given Main and 31 streets, has been fitted up at an opinion to the Treasury that national a coot of at least $300 and Is indeed a handbonds some and attract! re room. In the last banks must deposit interest-bearinto sf cure the r circulation, and tuat caiieu year they have taken in 23 new members, three per cent, bonds can not be urcd as a tbree of them last week. Mersre. E. H. basis of circulation. Fox, W. E. Waters and Walter Simpson Gran Prewitt murdered Jarvis Buck are leading officers of the Lodge here, and a sister, in Wayne county, to rob them known aa Eutopia, No. 33. of $60. He was captured, along with his Of the 8 colored persona who were araccomplices, Jim Jonea and mil biuipaon, rested last week for gamblinr, or conspir-nandanbaenuentlr conferred. Strong talk to gamble "by way of crspj," 3 threw of lynching is being indulged In by the ex- - themselves on tho mercy of the court and were fiaed, Phil Mason $100 and John cited people of the eection. Wavne county's court of claims allow Jr , Dan Thorn as, Hen ry Davis and ed $4,900. This is $600 greater than usual Charles Gash $10 each. Bob Woods, HenThe county judge and attorney were allow- ry Smith and another, whoio name is fored $343 per year. Superintendent of Com- - gotten, employed attornoya and were tried mon Schools was allowed $475. The pau and icqultted; and it is thought that If the pers were let out to W . N. Houthwood at matter had been tested to evidence could Sicnal. have been produce! against the first named, A frelcht train on the Oregon Pacific who aro now in the wotk house. s Mr, M. C. Thurman has again tatea Railroad ran into a reck slide near Alkali, causing a wreck in which the fireman wis charge of the 'bus that runs every day from killed and a brakeman fatally injured. A Bruce A Lie's stable to all tbe trains. Mr wreckinc train cointc to tho relief also ran Georre II. Dobyns has been quite ill for a into a rock elide, killed (the fireman and week past. Judge Wm. E. Kuwell, of Lib fatally injuring a brakeman. anon, was in town ounuay, me guest oi Fifteen lives were lost in a horrible Gilmer's Hotel. Col. W. Ln Rue Thoma, wreck at Eist Rio siding on the Chicago, of Louisville, is In town. J. M. flackrcr Milwaukee & 8t. Paul railroad Thun day. h taken tho agrncy for the Domestic and One paescnger car was telccjped at both American sewing machines, with head ends and its shrieking Inmatta wore slowly quarters at A. E. Gibbons', on 31 street burned to death, while the other pw;cnRers Mr. A. E. Gibbons went to Cincinnati to powerless to aid them, could only listen to day on a business trip, expecting to be absent several davs. their heartrending cry for help. Frank Walworth, who muruereu his President CttrelanJ 'a Weight. father in a New York hotel because he A New York paper which considers mistreated his mother, and whose trial the organ of tbe administration. nnd conviction crcatid much interest the nt.rlling fact that President thirteen yeart ao, diod Saturday. Ho Cleveland ii to uadargo a treatment far tho was pardoned after serving eeveral yearn reduction of hi lie in. It in Mid that ever in tho penitentiary and subsequently mar- ainoe the President took up LU abode In BramleUe, Washington he has been growing fatter In ried a daughter of of this State. spite of himiolf. Eren with tbo hardy food Wm. Turner, a vonnz farmer. n ecot and vigorous exercise that be took in tto and killed Thursday near Lebanon. Cipt. Adirondacka ho grew ttouter and 'toutrr. o farmer, and N. R. Christie, a The President has brcome alarmed by tho William Mills, a liycry stable keeper, quar continued accumulation of fat, and it In relled about thn price of feeding Christie's said that he has contented to be reduced by hones and began shooting at etch other. A tho ''maiwago treatment." Tho skin of the ball from Christie revolver hit and killed President is to be ihjclla ed and ho wit', Turner, who was an innocent spectator and havo to take rather violent excrctao and tbe solo support of a widowed mother. content himeelf with very plain food. The Henderson, tbe confidence man wl o "manipulator" will probably nqutre him wt8 arrested Sunday, placed in tbo Louis to saw wood or do something equally tryville tall and subsequently released (n ing. It Is to b hoped the President will straw ball by magiHtratm, wa recaptured paa safely through the ternblo ordeal that o by Marshal Hunter, of Utrdatowo, as His accumulation of lies bsfore him. pawing through Nelson county. Hur weight no donbt cautca him rauch anuoy-ance- , was ler has quite a reputation for capmnrg but there are some thing es dangermen who are fleeisg from tho law Iiwib ous as ftt -- one is a q'iack and another in a he who took in Grove Kennedy re7eral crank. yeirs ago. When Senator Sawyer started West from Laat week 8 persons were burned to New York at the age of thirty, with $2,200 death in a log cabin near Flat Reck, Knox in his pocket, he chanced to borrow $1 county. "William Poe. a farmer, went away from his brother. "I met my brother in from home on bulne?s, leaving ids wife, 5 New York a year or two a$o," he says. vnunor children and two vounc ladies of the as I had, nnd was "He had not proep-rc- d neighborhood, Mlases Allco Carnes and Sal-li- e just tuen looking arounl somewhat anxAdame. Daring the night the houo iously for $1,200 in order to meet an imburned and all the inmates perished, and pending obligation. He upoke of it to me their remains were found text day by thu and 1 give htm the $1,203. We had .both husband on his return. forfotteu about the dollar he had loaned On Friday a cablegram was sent from me many yers befoie. But I afterwards Montreal to London askinc question, and remembered it, reckoned up my fortune, a reply was received in fiye minutes. This found that every one of my original dollars was immediately followed by an order, and had bruu jht ms in $1,800 more, and sent fiom the time the meeMgti left MontrwI him a check for $600 with a letter telling until tho answer came back thtt the order him to add it to the $1,200 as tho gaitis of was executed, nine niinutcu elapied. Sever N Y. Poat. that borrowed dollar." al other measonea were exchanged and the A w?ll instructed Bcston longest time in getting r.n answer to any of to his mother at Breakfast the other them waB 14 minutes. Some six messages said and five answers received, all morning, boiled eggs being on the bill of were eent fare: "Mamma, unshell mj egg." Then within the space of 40 minutes. apparently thinking ho had not been suffiBpeokingof Jeflerson Davis daughter, ciently polite, added. "For Jesns' sake, the Richmond JJitpatch says: As for Miss amen," Dayis, the people of Richmond love to honOne boy in Springfisld,' Mats., is so or her. Oar hearts are many mansions In bright that he got into tbe uewepapeie. -.- !,., lm can always livo. She la the Tbo brightness coneisted in atking his daughter of the South, aho Is the daughter school teacher how far a proce'Biou of Pres of the man who has suffered for the Soutb, idents of the United States would reach if and who from his retirement and amid the they were placed in a row. When she gave slings of ungenerous foes will becheered by it up bo answered: "From Washington to nosTee'er music than the trusting voice Clevcland of those ho led so ably, honestly and patriIt io now tmdo lawful (or the penocsl to nave ner among otically. We are proud representatives or hoir at law of a deceJent us. to cause to be erected at tbe giave of thu The Hieh Line Canal, Colorado, built for deceaeed an appropiiate memorial tablet, tho irrigation purpoies, Is taken from the cost of which shall be allowed as funerPlatte River, is eighty miles Ion?, coat al expeneea on tho settlements the eitate wa $750,000, and is calculated to furnish of such decedent. for irilKurj; 1W.WU acre oi unu, ter Frankfort. It is New Goods for Fall .and Winter, Comprising tbt best tn the market, which will be $1,-00- Cotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Done In City or Country. Giro Mo a TrlHl. W. & g Hardware, Farming Implements, Groceries,:Salt, Lime, Cement, H.levatoiBeSs JOHN IJU1GUT, M DRALEK IN. g Tol-live- r, IPminps., Mills, &c. Older Si4.-rMontI- celIo Iiin. WEAREN a Ir!m 'd,11 tfliKKUYiV MENEFEE, kln-- i jf r Farming Implements and Machin ?$s it-e- alf Bngglesr Wagons, NeeilN, a&Bsiagesj Spring Wagozas, BucXs Boards. jFasm Oral n, Wool, iVotl, Con I, Ittm!oev lite. well-to-d- THE CIETOIItfltfATI 1 WEEKLY GAZETTE j&. "T5TE:3lILnewjir. - ! (The Weekly Edition of tbe Commercial Oazotto,) QXjTSr $LOO It Is llie leading Itor.utllcin Weekly Ntwr.spr of th moit Onlrnl ami Hiprrfealaltre HUtu o this Nitlon. Kotruioit in news e ntrrrlio, fnlrtln tiuilr iIImmimioii ami Uerotel io the belt later-es- u of the I'liruicr and his family. It bu no superior as u The Wcclily Crazetf e Is furnished tosubicrltxrsat tho low rsloef OHV. 1)0 LI. .V It year, miking tbe price. leu cents a copy a week. It glrrs all tbe news, with erery desirable detill, indecent shape. Till; MARKET ItEl'OUTd aroid'en In full, and thoy are noted for their reliability. telrgranbed dally orer our own speclsl wires fro.u all tbe leidlog cities. uable to erery firmer. IteporU aro Till; AOUICULTUItAL DEPARTMENT Is one of the Brest features ol tho Weekly anl Is inoitTaN This department Is edited by tboio of long experleno). THE CHIMNEY COUNEIt, dcTotcdexeluilTo'y to young people, Is rery Interesting and iustructlra ORIGINAL 8TOHIE8 and Cliolrn Belectloni, with the host correspondence froai 'all parts or th eilobo,uake tbe Weekly and Homl- - Weekly complete. Tlie Semi-Week- ly four-year-- Contains eight pages cf eight columns each, and Is printed every Tuesday and TrlJay. It Is malleJ at tl 40 per annum, postage psld. Persons who can not Uke tbo Daily Commercial Gazette and who want the news olttner thun once a week, will And Ihotcwl-Weekl- y an admirable paper. Daily CoKimicrcinl Gazette, Tcitns of Bjbicrlptlon by Mall: Ono year (omitting Sunday) nix uionms. " Tliice mouths, 812 3 TLrce months, Ono year (Including SunJay) Hlx months, " " ,.. .,,, SM 00 7 00 , 359 Our icoet X.rcBiiium JLi.st Pens, Pencil". Valuable Bosks Consisting ot Pcnlrg Macblms, Improved WsUtrbury Wstchc,OoM etc, will le lien lu the paper, eample copies freo. TIIK OOJI.UEK01.il, GAZETTE CO., CINCINNATI. k9ES tn LICKER THBIWa m bh nwmr -- The Best Waterproof Coat. m fiir'"i 'ft' TtriSTlBBANDSUCXlllUwftrrtiitdfttrproor. &4 will kp joa dry la tn litrdMt torn. Ttit ntw FOMMEI MJCKrll Ii r"'ct rMtnr cctt, " eoTr tbt etUIr nil I. lUwftra odmltitlattt. Kon rnuln without lbs rub wwrr. iitni nrsna ' inn r tis nnnrti u tin i'f. 1 nr--"- - H A T fXT rFV l I I s f x r 4 --1llJJlllUMlM.lwltai ,,,,,, j ttJMrtHt'HKtWMnmKmmmmmlmmi I hem , Ff.d&j nigui.! tmRnmto count r ufA ft The it.ii mx.. iiauv Wim.'.. Upi.uui- - hoe - at T, Ofcoute all tho ynutii( ienps and many n. Wilton. Latiinatnr. old ooen will be tlerp. Fiitther particular H. E. Adams and Mi's MaR.ie Smith Mc- HEADQUARTERS for amuultton. lu Friday's issue. were married Thnrday at the residence of November 2, 1886 Roberta A Htijtx. Stanford, Ky afternoon the bride In thiu.,iint. Etolk A Valise. Phur-da'IIIOHE8T market pries, paid for'hidee,' 1)t.O. A. Cox took th train here and Jald Mr. H c. u.n ar.Ut who has to been taking picture here all summer, la " E. O. WAIiTON, - BuelnoBB Managor. aheepsklna, etc., by A. T. Nunuelley. hlavuline down near ineUir of the u hand t wl.en he would et ell ai Juno packjn ,,. t,r.nlfaurT , T.mMnB to A not) I Kit beautiful line of Glassware TJKJE I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. XH Arriving (here h found that It Richmond. Hon City Just received at A. A. Warren' Model Gro was L'one nd on h(j itrli' o( the brake The many here of Mra. Jane M. Mull train oln North-,,......- .... Houth. Ui is r. -- ., eery. mao, h learned thnt Ihifn persona tadROt Wnerriit chIIkI tn Richmond Sunday 1 ZS -- l -Wo will from tliii ditto until furlhcr notlco sell crcrytlilnK in Kspreaslralti" couth...... DiNKEit 8ets, tea seta and chamber fel ten cfl ut Uivenv and Hi At they took out br a leletrim aimnuncing; her to be in a a 18 J..K. " Worn tho Jewelry line AT COST. Our slock or Jewelry, Silverwae Bolar and library lamps cheaper than you an"lKl The jot Ii calculated on ataniard tttat. three vnline with them. With he djini; condition stall about 20 talnutea Uster paw them, at Melcalf A Foaler't. e.nr.4 ut Mirahrtl Nwlmil Um Mflerx.irda Mis Lldi U. J..rir.frnfs, ol thi place mid Clocks is complete and (he latest Myle Ton need o ask wurn Mrs. Hruce and Mr Peter Omih that the of Texis. will he HiorcAHonortliNHlmishtor; it ii cnoufili to know that thin lg 0M, NOTICES. A rur.ii etock of double, breech and Wreii, Frank Crabirew nnd Mbs Crabtree married at the CnlriiAti clmrnh in thia your ehot-gun- r; opportunity. also loaded IJuvyourSahoi. uooku from Penny A and that they lived In a cihln on A. G T. place WudtMaJrty nr ruinit at ten o'clock. Mo A lister. ahells of all n!zi of ehot, McRoberta k Bring the mous-- y with yon. Wo will positively noil only lor Smllh'ii farm. Tuiiher D-- . Cox, a'Ur Itwrn The beautiful spot lad of two colored W ATOlir. nnd Jewelry repaired on ahor BtRK. Ciifth. Inu from a nero woioui thnt Hhe had tieen women working on th streets was witness& McAlU iclice ami warranted by Penny I HAVE brought to 8tan ford the largest them with the valines, went Sunday morn-I- n;, ed In town thN wrnlni; Tho parties were r. Cc-k.listei -JIIuntkiih, Attkntiom. Ioded Cart-rltlr- i, and nlcMtaworlment of plain nnd fancy b. tint men of " place stoutly de- sent up for short term for seme minor till cim of snot, nt Penny & camiie eyer eeen in the city. I would bo nied that the mladiiK oni wia there. pleased to haye tho public call and Ret my Convloced that It he went bick In the E'derG. W. Yancy will be relalmd-a- v A comvlktk atoclc of jowolry, latest prices. 8. 8. Myer?. evening and prevailed on Mr. Bmlth to r" pastor of tho Cnrl'lan church for the llockfoTd watches specialty. Penttylo. Kiv It up, which tl e ensuing year. Mr ny A McAHatar. Yncsy loft Monday The flrit colored man ever admitted to and induce them lo womfn did, ctnlmlnR that the braVeman mort.inir for Fleminzcountj, where he will W-IUMthe bar in Lincoln wns aworn in Saturday PERSONAL and tut they toik it conduct a two week' meeting after an examination by Me.era. Hill and putitcirataivonV evidently a Mii3, Lou Giiken, of I'matlHe, it tie tuke cire o' i. It Lancaeler is threatened with a coal Miller George W. Gentry, the republican homo to plain case of steiltni; and the Rrand jury famine. Only one car of coal has been reCUcat of Mrs. Dr. J. Ii. Oirdey. orator. politician and Mn Ei K. Hiooinj, o( the Lancaster ouilit to InvesliRale. The doctor ynlued ceived bv the 'local dealers for feveral In lo seo u yealerday. barn of Mr. Suaan Smith, on the the vallee and contents a $20 Journal, was The weeks Those who filled to lav In a sup M us. MuitriiY nrrived ywterday Jo Lancaater pike, caught tiro yesterday afterply of the article d'lrinis the put atimmar -UARRIAOES. Doalor In- noon from a match with which her little t'stlfy In the Hughes Carpenter cae. K are in a bad fix, ed replaylnc.and it waa totally child waa Mna, F. J. CAMrneLL and Claire The marriage ol Miss Annie MJ-e- a of Maysvltle, and Auna Fr-zito. ether with all her feed. No in- Clay, daughter o' Uon.Caaaius M. Clay, to turned to Rock Caille Spring yesterday. Fannie Harrison, of Lebanon, are guests ol Mn. 8. M Wimiite, of Loulayllle surance. Hon. Spollswood Dabiuy Crenshaw, ol Miss Llda Jennings. Miss Laura Sandid.a, mingled with hi old frienda here Sunday, Chesapeake A Naahville railroad Virginia, will occur at tho bride's motherV, of Huatonville, is viriting Miss Birtie ColThe Mn.TiM W. Htcioi.vs, lb LoniiTllle announces that its cars will be running to Mr. Warfield, In Lexington, Nov. 0. lier. Miss Lizz e HufTzian has returned pork packer, waa up for a few day's last Bcottfburjj bifore Christmas, rays a daily Mia Delia Grub1", daughter of a Cin- from a visit to Independence, Mo. Lieut. week. piper That's well enough, but what we cinnati merclnnt, fell In love with Burnett, Luclen Young, rf the Navy, is vUitlng his Mb D. T. Facicleh, representing hia are interested about In this locality, is Sells Brother' Circus clowu, while visltin. mother, Mr Jane .ounu. Mr. and Mrs. old lore, the I)nllle Advocate, waa here when ia this end of the line to be located in Louisville, and fled with him to Evans-vlllHugh L. Mtson, of Caicigi. are visiting yl:?day. Ind when they were married. anJ where. Mrs James B. Mson. Miss Millie Bur-det- t hae Mies Hattie Clay, of Parlf, who The marriage of Miss Luella Ramiey ha returned from a visit to Scott and attention of the proper authorities The been tlelUnjr Mra. 0. C. Olitat, wenfhome L. D. Chandler, of Ztneevllle, O., Bayle counties. Mr. J. M. Frae and is called to the fact that not a single dally to Mr. J. yesterday. will occur at the Christian church on Wed Mis Fanuie Frrzee, of Maysyille, are visit piper from either Cincinnati or Loulsyllle nesday. ed W. A. Tiiiddle ia now a lO.h. at 1:45 r. M. There will be ing Mrs. II. C Jennings. Mr H. Barnaul reached the Stanford poatoffice Sunday and lawyer, haying been admitted and aworn in nj special invitations, but ber friend aud Price has teturned from I'roy, Oai, to acnone of the evening papers of Saturday arSaturday. are expected lo be present. cept a on the Journal, Mr and rived till yeaterday. The malls have fre- others interested Mies Iva Smiley haa returned from a Mis LucIK Iteildei being handssme nnd Mrs W, O Sweenev have gone to house been mixed up of late and it ii plewut lU to Mhb Grace Warner, of quently attractive in appearance, is of an exceeding keeping In the residence just vacated by R. time that eome inyeatlcation wai had. Indianapolis. ii ly lovable nature, ami he who has won her C. Bradley Mr. Brndley will occupy the Mn. and Miia J. W. IlAYurM hate New Jewelry 8toke im BTANi'onn. is a mot fortunate man, fjr he will make Hopper property nmr the depot. o( Mima Llccie Go and ere it at once. $10,000 worth of riomi nt tho home him a trno and aflectionate help meet. and Mary Huxley. Watches and Diamond on band. Grand .if- !- ADYHUlSEanSTK. Newton and UAnnisCiUio bare Join opening all the week. Special prices on RELIGIOUS. ed their father In Carlisle, who has rented Gold Watches and Diamonds for this week ThaBiptiat church at GraH, Offen a heme there for the prettnl. in the Walton Stere room on Lancaster b dedicated Nov.7h, by R-- v Mh AiMiu Jons n Fatten hare street next door to Dt. 0eley'e Dink. J, county, will Twenty food yearllrg Mulei,15of theiu mtrri, A C Ciperton.of Louisville. returned from an extentiro bridal lour and C. Thompon, proprietor, G, L. Walden, for ilo. CjIi on or addreai mn at Lancaster, Ky. The new Prefbylerian church ut Junc r. I,. XASTIS. clerk. tiken rcoma at the Myer Home. tion City will be dedicated on the first Sun. (1 L. Waldejj Is now presiding Mn. In tho County Court yesterday E II. Dr. J L McKee preach-- e orer Mr. J, C. Thorn peon's deck of Jewelry, llurnslde applied for an cxtenticn of h?e duy in November. tho sermon.-Hera- ld. one of lli handsomest we erernw. l'q'ior licemo 111! his town licen'c for the The Preeident haa iwued a proclamaTwo Rood honiM the Win. lliyi and Moore Lt LrciKN Yocjcci, of the U. 8. Btuieexpired, bat the court decided it hsd designating Thursday, the 2oth ins'., proputy. s 1 F. 11E1D, 8lanUnl. waa here Haturdar en route lo LtnciMcr to no right to extend it tinder the law. lie tion thankfglvlng for the bleating hl mother. He bad just returned then applied for the full yen and upon be- as a day ol visit which have been rendered lo the people and from California. ing again refused he prayed an appeal lo continuance. At n meeticR of the Dlrtctora of the tho Circuit Court, which was granted. But of prayer for their The Rev. Aus'.in is on trial before the of hit little else of interest wai transacted by tho Fint National IUnk I want scTcral Kxxt Carpcntkri for three months. HoN'an Confertnce for bptfz'ng the body Paturdav, Mr J. S. Grlniei was tlecled Court. lie did Will pay good prices. 'I of a dead woman, lie claims that oautrd by the CasMer to fi'l b vao-nJt.CJiltAXtLVV, Wn have been favorod by Mr D. T. it at the rcqueet other relatives and not l2-Lancaater, Ky. diath of Mr. 9. R. Robertson.Knolwes, a.ent for the J?. A. Bittey & bfcauee he thoticht there was any cflictry Nes. Co' History of Kentucky, who is non iu Tiik reprwettUtiv rf R. L. 1'jlk & Stanford far the purpose of taking subscrip- in the act. Tno pro rjcted mo ling at the Biptiel Cj., Mr.W L Patterson, ii here Rettln tion, with a copy of the woik for examina- church, VerMille, which Riv. P. T. Hale, A beiutiful bullJlDg lot on Main Street thodaU for the next Wiue el their oouipre-hsnalr- a tion, It is by far the mort compreheneivo beoa conducting, cloeed on opposite tbe Female College; the most directory aad it will ls well for of the several histories of tho State, being a of thi city, has lucatlon In tbe city for a handaomo resWedne-da- y night. There were seven additour cltins to rIto him all the assistance oouaire aooouot of the origin and develop idence. Apply to JOH.X II. VIIA1G, Sun-forion-; at the last Servian nd in all 35 additthey can in prnaiirini; it. Ky., or WM. Vli.lIG, Carlule. meet of tho Virginia colony; hi oxpansion ion-! Danville Advocate y church. to the 171 -- it westward till Kentucky wa made an inde-nadLOCAL NATTERS. Stat and its (ubrrquont developLAKD. STOCK UNO CROP Wwrtn. ment. The book contains about 1,200 New line Q uenswaie. Water JESSE J, THOMPSON, -- K.r Sale, I giod 2 yer-ol- d , eler. Jas, piges and is handsomely bound and neatly . . .a Fiimk teck of French Candiw juat re pitDteu. ma ante s pari in me otvil war GiVfelM. THE T0NS0JML ARTIST. use f. clTed A A. Warren, Model Grocery. T. C. Riblnson wld 0 head of 700-lis given from an tinpartiein standpoint and Sharlrgand Hair Cutting done In tho lntett itylc. Jdlea aod CbllJren given particular atthe nam' and heroic act! of her ssns arc CAttloat21. - liS-lTuiiKiva WA.vriw. I want lo buy 2, , tention. K A. White eoll cf W. D. Scow 0 shown, whether they fought for or ogains OOOgood turkeye at oooe. A. T. Xunricl tho Union. A feature of the work is an his S75 lb. helfsrn at 2J c!s. SALE, lev. -- Senator B.aulordV $20,000 atab'o at torical and biographic! appendix to the Gopm M wonderful Automatic Watch general I of, Kentucky of a number of Washington Is about completed. tell tlroo wltbouthaadj, at the New Jew- counties, including of grapes nra estiFive hundred tons Lincoln, which will elry 8tor 1P3X03-3JE- 3 mtko it ol moro than genoral intercat to mated to havo been spoiled by frost In the . this eeclloi'. We shall havo more lo say of vicinity of Keuka Lake, N. Y. In StuiiToril, The new married rouple had waie funny Jui:f.uati:iih. Sl Vt WE..,KN. Richard Bibb bought the ueat cottage the wotk when wo have had moro time to Aa AUneea, under a dsql of trust, of R. T, cxptrlenoM on their tour, but we wont ive examine it. residence of Rev J. E. Triplet! and 17J Matllogly, Hie uadertlgnid will them array yet. McKinuey for $2,500. Circuit Coukt. After occupying tho aciea of land near On Monday, Secombar 6, 188G, A Ktw and bandoni3 etock of fall Roods Court for twodays tho jury in the -- A.T. Nunnelloy bought of Charley cise of noeWed by 8. II. Bhanke. oatlle at 1 ha jj of 1 Welch A Saulley. vs. A. M. Fehnd for a Orman 9 head 4 J (fountj Court day) In Stanford, Ky., publicly Call and exmino them. OEa-EftSotter fur silo tbo Mill Property, well known as tbe $200 fee, was discharged at noon Saturday els., and fold them to Adam Pence for S Stanford Klour Mill. It loaitstsol about onearre You cau buy cooda in my line cheaper unab'e to agree. There wero but nine ju- cents. of ground on which Is erected, btslJoa a large and Congre'sman Scolt, ol Erie, Vs., has commodious KieT.tor, aoewSlatory brick build-ln- e from me than aoywhero elar. Call end be rors in tho pmol and we understand they furnished vlth all the uischlnorr and annara- brought to Fayette county to winter 80 tui necessary to rosduct aa e.itonslTo and profitaMyera. a ood 5 to 4 in favor of Feiand. convinced. 8. 8 The dam a ae suit of F.W. C.tble,'against tho Louis- head ol thoroughbred horsea, valued at ble business. Including Iirmodern and ofliuprorcd worked by steam. tbapurpsM fuiap supply of water from a never falling source. Stabk Fiau replevied hi fine, which ville A Nashville for $5,000 for injuria $75,000. Tho location Is anout 100 yards from tho depot at amounted to S1S2, yealerday, with the rorta The biggest trado of the week was be- Stanford, on tbe Knoxrllle Branch ol tbe L. A. ati'tained while in its employ as brakeman, and woa released from jill. of S tween Fatt Nunnelloy aud Jim Ed Bruce. H. lUHroad. Original con and property can 000. waa given to the jury Saturday afternoiu, lt terms Correspondence be (kin for (greed upon, willsotlcltel sell privately. Titlo perfect. M. V. TAiiLrn announce lo the but not having agreed at tho hour of Ad The latter gave the former a sheep Miw InTKc.s....One-tblrcash; balance In equal stallments of 6, 12 and 18 inoatlu, 6 per c ut. ladies of McKlnney and yicinlly that ahe journment, they were ordered to return to 1 chickens. IVrsouJl security on Drst deforred pay -very yered and perplexed question A baa a full and handsome lino of mlllincrr morrow and wrestle with it again, when the . '. HVMir.r:, blent Lien retained. , .U.V.SAUh-htZYwas settled lait week by the Federal treasin her etoro at thnt plnco and atka them lo Court will at 1 o'clock resume ila labors. li-tAssignees, Tho decision is that a tomato Alter sobering up and coming to his ury oflUtl examine bforc purchafln. Thankful fjr is a vegetable and not fruit. favor? ah o toliolta a continuauca of sense, Mart Smith, who is usually a rat suck-lin- g ' -C- laudo and J. W. Rlliff sold 30 man, went before the grand jury COIIMISSIXOEirS MA1.I2 them in the future mules to L. O. Ritliff for $1250 per and testified, after which he appeared beHeld. From Mr. J. F. McBeath, who fore the Court with hia attornoy, Mr. Mil head. Turkeys on foot are telling at 5i News.. - Grass came up from Liberty yesterday, we leirn ler, and through him apjlolzid for call- cents per pound.-Pa- ris that Joe Cioloy, who murdered hli brother-in-la- ing Deputy Andy Cowan a liar in Its presThe salo of this year's crop of tobacco Lincoln Circuit Court, October term, 188C. Djviil Hundley, by chopping his ence and for other misconduct, for which he his already begun, and at very fair prices. Wjatt Band Idea's II rs., pi lit., ts Wyatt Mrs., delta. In Equity, Pursuiut to a heart in two wilh an axe, was tried Satur- had baen fined ,$120 and ordered to jail. Siwyer & BroJie have bought eoveral crops Judgment rendered In tbo alme stylod cause, at wife, who theOctober Una. I85. ol tbe Liacula Circuit day aud held without ball. His Jud,e Morrow saidjporhnps hrbad been a at $5, $5 and $1. Good .tobacco is in Court, I will as Conimlulonerofsald court, on and who wbb cover-- llttfo severe, but there were thrco places was arrea'ed wlh him and will bring remuneratlvo price; The Lexicgtou Roller MilU Crtam Flour, II Raney, rcpreaentatlre, ia universally iopular. Thursday, Novombor 18, 1880, wiih hlnnd. claimed that it spurted on where he believed order should ba strict ly but mean, fro?ty stuff will bo hard to get Messen-- . At the mansion house on tbe premises, aoll to tbe her when uho went to ber brother's asist. enforce! In the Jchtirch, in the echoed rid of at any WATERS & WEAREN. $&&' highest bidder the following described tract of d ance, aqd she waa dircharged. Cooley on tbe waters of Harris Creek, lour room and in the court-room- . He was do ger. land, situated LinTillaand that Hundley was trying to kill him ttrmined that it should ba in his court and Lehman & Cj , of Baltimore, bought tulles from Ilustonvllloon theOauTllle, containing pike, 8 miles from with a knife at the time he dealt him the would roaort to every moans under the law this week of James Foraytho, Jr., 39 head 177 A. 1 II. and SO poles, lt being the farm upon -t- ilth Wyatt Sandidgo lived la his Ufa time. atal blow. to enforce it. In view, however, of the 1.C50 pound cattlo at 4o. per pound. Thia Bald larm la well lmprorol ant bas up:u It a bouse of 8 rooms -- Deputy George S. Car- apology nnd the circumatances, he would Is said to bo the finest lot of cattle shipped good frame dwelling a younz bsarlng and all ot outbuildings, orchard Ia he Goilty? eeason. Ben Camp- Gyp acres. Tho entire farm is of tbe Beit of Wa d, penter, on an indlctmentcbarging him with permit the attorney to enter a motion to ro from this county this well watered and all in grass. different parties in Baldsila will bonndoon acrcdttofU, 12 and 18 cattle aleallng, arrested and took to Win. vote tho fine in'three of the cases and if bell, haa bought from Yrlth approved required lodged in jail, Cyre-nu- s Mr. Smith gave no further trouble in 12 this county, for Jerry Caldwell, of Boyle, months. Bonds from day of saleaKurity pild and cheBter, where he waa until with 0 per cent, 3 J and 1J cente. having tho force and effect of JuJgments. A Ilea etcck trader of this months ho would then consider it, He 150 head of cattlo, paying n Ware, a will be retained on the land aa additional aecurlty rilarrodaburg Democrat, lor the payment of tbo purejiyi raonor. county, who moved here from Pulaski sev-.- would let bim oil at!presont with one of O. Jl. DA VJtNOX, Yesterday waa rather n slow day for Ware Mailer Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Cuiirt. Pr m.n. We lrarn that Mr. lot of the fines, $30 and costs, and require him to give bond for hisgood behavior to Sheriff business and tbe crowd was small, Cipt. O-- M. with a admits that h Hold the steer Alai, at tbeaame tlma and place W. W. and I, about 250 cattle on hia own on the streets ol Winchester, two Mtncfoa and DeputytCowan and all other II. T. Bush reported C tiirdldge, as Krecutors ol the last will ol Marand beat accidentally and citizens of the Commonwealth for 12 the market; with one third sold, Prices garet Sandldgt, will sell to the year ago. It got with hia bidder about 1C0 area ot knob land adjoining the not only months In the sum of $200. lie gavo the ranged from 2 to 3 cents. Moat of tbe cat- aborode crl bed tract. Alios Cows aud dire, when the owner claimed it, he grade. A few aged 1 family Uorae, Jlouiohold and Kltcboa Funl-tur- e, -- re shares ol stock In the Farmers Nationpaid him $J2 more than be received for It, bond, paid the fine, (which amounted to tlo of rather a common at from $80 to $125. al li.ink of HUufoid. privately but added $2 for expenecs, paying htm $02 $3105, and wasjreleaeed. It was a very mule sold Tkbus ovUtLK. All sumi under 910 cash Id $100. There was .an), nTer ihitan3tuit,a orotltot ajriayswlth- In all. Ho however had Ware indicted unfortunate affair for Mr. Smith, but whis- Common houea $C0 to w '' called at the preaent ky was at the bottom of it nil and it hri romo rlMrtiiii 'or ro-- d and the trial is to be Vr-AR-ESILars. id 1 tf5 173-tgotten uiauy u good uuu into trouble. very slow. term of ... Clmf? County OUouit CuUit. ,.T,l Kit,!. ' ,.: y , cr er. THE FO, CiiSH 1" LAUGHTER COMMENCED CIIANCJ. YOUISS. M ...... .. .Itlf! wi-r- cr --a hi muz-leload- ln. , l?eiiiiy fo L n it con-um- W-rfl- I e. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, full-fleJc- po-iti- TIMWARE, -- tkn - XjilSSlrVARE, QxrasaraswARE, Tobaccos, MULES. 173-l- JPOJ? 172-4- 33LOa."fc. Ny, Cigai-- Wniitetl Carpenters. 3t COE. MAIN & SOMEKSET ST& sPAarjFaii, Kir. cy 3FOK SAI13! d, Ken-taet- y. -- " a b. New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as Jtfew Eaisins, Citrons, Currants, &e now in stock. m FOR hi-to- - Splendid Mill Property, C5r0)30 CItCCOi3 ' IfJhuXFL fj J bn Mi wl M m! 393-poun- HAKhlV C3r5?S.O d d d Fine Blue Farm. Ksn-dlJj- c's d, nl price.-Owena- boro tes-tlge- IT: Uua-tonTll- lo nee-resa- Wall Paper, well-know- Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, as low as the lowest. blu-ee- Full and Complete Stock of the above and price cm-co-wa- d ii.aii'.ai,u itt, B. H:. Stanford. i . V Stnw-Sfftch- ls Jricnr :".rr' DEAD LEAVCS-LO- ST HOPE. LOADING A AMONG THE SHAKERS. HABITS AND CUSTOMS OF A This withered rose onco lay on her breast J (A maid most fair is she.) My loving lips on its leaves aro pressed, For she is dear to mo. But flowers fade acd their odors fail; (Olllfo is a mockery.) This song of mine mutt dlo in a wail, For she is dear to mo. W SHIP. AT A ADOUT REJECTED MANUSCRIPT. JjnTHHTSHIHT cn oo prouuecu oy n rejecteu manuscript immediately tears off the wrapper upon its reA Wont About Lighters The Work of a turn, rcaddressos it and sends it onco moro RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY. ptevcdorpHow tho Loading or a Vessel upon tho road. The result is very apt to be U Conducted Shipping Merchandise. satisfactory. Mrs. Clara Doty Bates tells a There may bo power In human prayer; funny story of the fato of two of tho flrrt right or llio Term "Shaker" Invon-tlon- s (Sad aro the words "may be.") Henry liodlcs Handled with i:ae. poems sho over sent for publication. Tliey I pray that her life shall know no care, nnd Industries Their Simple For she is dear to me. A petroleum broker gets word from a firm wero forwarded to religious magazines XtSBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBufZMjVSJVaShHLSSBPJrV4 Regimen Their Theology In llrlcf A J(1mSBlViBlllllllllVffCSsm,JBHpppEBky' nnd slmultaniviiKiv iTim-- inm in Valparaiso, viuii, mat it want 0,000 galThis withered row Is my poor heart's typo; tlfe of Cclllnicr. lons of best refined petroleum, but can pay eo sho reversed tho addresses and sent thorn (Heyond my hope is sho.) only 23 cents a gallon, delivered. Ho goes on away ngain. They were both accepted, and God help tho man whose passion rlpo There nro societies now in Massachusetts, 'Change and finds that tlie best ho can do is to brought $10 apiece. Many professional writlYuitlon no'cr shall see. w Hampshire, Connecticut, Mains, Ohio, PIiAlT. I.OUINVir.I.E. get his oil from a Now York company at 10 ers keep n book, and under tho nnmo of each .Kentucky and other states, Tho first church cents. After talking with this ship ngent and artlclo writo tho list of magazines to which it PLAYERS HARD TO PLEASE was built nt Now Ijbanon, in ITS.'V. Prior to It that ho chooses tho most advantageous tcrnu llOS been sent, tlint ihnvtnnv tint fnm-nr.ITOj. tho hocietydld not havo any distinct twico to tho snmo editor, and titla ' But in that year it adopted "Tho An Umpire Tolls What Ho Knoirs About which ho can find, which are S cents a gallon going till It finds a resting place. then keep It for freightage. Next ho consults an insur-anc- o Chronlo Unieball Kickers. United Society of Bellovcrs in Christ's SecThere is ono writer of this city who has broker and affects an insurance upon Now tho scienco of pitching curved balls ond Apjioariiig ' Of course, this was alhV his petroleum nt n rato which amounts to tried n daring game with marked success. together too long nnd awkward for public has been carried so far that it is ofton diffiWhen a manuscript which his judgment told cent tier irnllnn. Tlila Vnrix Mm n cult to deeido whether the ball has actually S3. Tho members worn dubbed "Shakers" E. H. BUHNUIDE. . him was really good was rejected by n favor- in derision by their enemies, becauso they gone over tho pinto or not As it leaves tho of IK cents a gallon, or $73 for his mornho paper, uo Kepi it quietly awiillo nud then, pitcher's hands tho ball may look as if it was ing work. riiook thonuelrc! whilo nt worship, nnd thU Meanwhile tho order is being carried out. trusting to tho forcrntfnltipoi nt i), .in.. This Old apt nanio stuck. Tho Shakers themselves going many inches to ono sido or tho other. Woll - Known were Anally forced to adopt it, and now it But lust liofom it lYJUllf llin tll.ltn It. riirin Tho oil is in tho company's works nt Hunter's sent it back again. A happier mood, or a j Hotol Still Maintains making that delectablo locality odi- uuult uinuer, or ono oi inoso mysterious l'olnt, Inward or outward, ns tho enso may bohas lojt its original significance. Tho ShakHiRb Roputatiou er havo new been a slothful people. Thoy und shoots over tho plato just whoro tho ously odorous. A lighter is sent for it and chances which govern the fato of manuscripts A XI'- -. uatier wanton it. it may tiecclvo tho batter tho 5,000 gallons put on board. This oil conspired to Its acceptance. navo nos oiuy :, patient nnd Any nuy bo packed two tut ther havo nlo been inventive. Moro until too Into, it may oven deceive tho umpire, dinary barrels inIn different ways in or- fronted ningnzMio of high ixMition is much af- Tiili.po'JrpnT.rTari(i a nismlolpurlt), "ft Sh2?AtlV U if it receives nn article which it or tin cans holding flvcgal-lon- s '!UrU CWUOBl 1( tliaaluwf a century ago they origtnntod tho but it is almost certain to deccho tho outvttia aim lHumiliriUH. to DoOonntS than Iho to have been rejected by somo rlvnl AmtriAlllAn orillni-- y iinJ. u4 on not l vale each, two of w hlch aro boxed iu n "case" drying of sweet com for food, nnd they wero siders who nro not so close to tho plato and l.,. irllti Ida innliUnI4j.nf IUW t Most of thorn, and it nuiy bo oil &..,...VM nuM4V lOMIIimuqui 1... Mil .DUUIt of thir. wood. This latter nictOod of packing periodical. havo not tho name opportunity of judging. Apnomtuicnts, or Atto3- - ' tlA ilint to paper nnd vend garden seed in "wtt miu v I'UMipiMi! )wurii. dufuaujr m is employed mainly for fancy brands. A of them, havo somo cubaltstic little mark omi. Supposo you call this a strike. If tho batter IturiMliKiso 1'ownsa Ce, tho present style. The immense patent Word nbout llchters; Thm- - nm limml l.ln.if. which they uso iu various ways, and now and im innniim, mw ion vittjlclno trade of y sprung from their bo ono of tho visiting team, tho crowd rethoir uS,ofort of Oneiti. . ceives your decision with noisy delight. Ho nosed, boats, all deck except a then it can lie found miou i inir, nr flnrf mthodd of preparing roots w. b. Theexperieiiced contrll-nto- r kicks, and tho crowd hisses him. But if ho Uttlo hole of n cabin, nud used about tho har- turned mnnnscriitf. aikl herbs for the market. They flint began "fJwSf "L'iS fro.i 4 PKNTIST. tha braom corn lnwinest, and the llrst bim belongs to the homo club the crowd desiro to bor for the transjiortation of merchandtw to awayknows thlsnnd never scud n manuscript a second time without flrxt carefully aluniovit, kill you nnd Wbll votl an UimlpitKniit tlmn In (inn irom omsLi nt alienor, or irom wunrf to raw was mad? bytliem utt New I.cbaiion. Konrualcy. examining tlie pages. Tlw fuct that ono edialThe Slwkers, at Wntorvllet, invented our tho next world. Or n bnUmun is runuinsr to wharf. They are thoroughly first base after a hit. Tho ballis fielded and ways in the way, mid only to bo excused for tor rejects and nnother accepts an nrtlclc, it metallic the first lielne madr of aiulstiver. At Kew Lelenou wvre invented thrown to tho hiconnn. It. la 1int,..ili- In civ osisting on tho score of thelrgreat usefulness. should be borne in mind, Is no reflection on The lighters nro on the rivers what the cnrU the judgment of oither. Wliatkin the: machines for cutting and bending and which gets there first, boll or runner. Ono ono iHibllcation Is quite impartial man might think tho lwll was first, nre on tho streets. drees-lu- x terth, and planing and mat"hiug and to another. It tea mistaken idea too LADING THE VKMEU flooring nnd ceiling lumber; nlw cut another might think tho runner. But tho Tlie oil aafelv nbonnl. tlio lallv rntali. m..l to suppose that magniine editors will not Inko crowd is not Impartial It makes tip Its mind ntvJs. At WaterrHet the making of his jolly crew of ono set thoir sail nnd bowl a manuscript unless it beam tlie muno of u was until recently an Iuijjortant biwi-ae- s according to its preferences, nnd if your deAt Now Lebanon of cision favors tho homo nine it applauds you, along nt n mall's pace ilown the East river well known writer. ThU is 'nn obvious ab-if not it hisses you. In any ovent you havo until tliey henvo nlongsltlo tlw Valparaiso suruity, rer now, tlnai, could those well intent lnodicints Is ndw a flourishing to stand tho kicking of the ninp who losoby ship. Tlien tho jolly captain sticks his pipo known writers liavo first becomo known. (ltffi ..a t .tiiM,Ur ttlr.Mif. - .1. ::'-". We w III "m 5 tolata' d tit The enterprising editor is always on tlie alert woh Jouh.iai.oSIm. (Julee your decision. freai s. THKIR SAMPLE llHOtlBX iu nia iiaiwuiii mm me loiuung ot tuo oil It W.SB4 1 ut I r. v. .AaerttuUrimiMtatilcrMvaer A lingo double pulley, tvhnlcally for strong, fresh writers whose name tliey Indeed, one of tho worst enemies of the umNftw, ns to their regimen, over sixty year Soml-Veekl- y llJI-ljr.- ) HttUAtJ. Interior Journal go the Shakers discontinuod the use of db-- pire is tho kickin? nlaver. Tn mrv.t ln,inni known as a block, is suspended lietween Uie may have tlie pnsditnf itirmiu.in.rt.i " W""BW Is ho who gives tho audience tho cuo for mastheads just over the hatchway, nnd Tribune. busu liquors ,n3 a beverage. About forty it Jsdth.YeHWerUH,rrMMmll, Tea? ago thoy nbandmied all pork "for kicking, niero aro players, of course, Mho through it is reeved n ropo long emmgh to W. II. JII.',ER. tiily Wll.lo'n Keren! He Wnys. G&JO.CAIU'KKTKK. Jioaltb's sake."1 Tobacco nnd snuff nro rarely never say n word or make n movo tltnt would reach to tho deck of the lighter on one side, Hisrwv or ths Mnn.lMll P. Wilder, who recently returned xud nnd meat nnd grease are mlueod to the lead tho audienco to believo they wero dis- and, through a second block attached to tho miignHim quantity. The Shaker are not satisfied with tho umpire's rulings. But I planking, to a stationary engine on tlio from Imlon, Fjieaks of Lady U'llde as being oien more eccentric tlwn her two sons. Her ritly vegotarinns and the article nbovo know others who recognize tho fact that on wharf on tho other side On lmni-,- tl... mentioned are not prohibited by any society umnire mav 1m "mttlml" in-- tlu l.winr. r itself n fctaging isnrranged, leel with tho top recejiunns are attended by tlie imt jirotnlnent of tlie bulwarks nnd reaching to tlio edge of lieojile in IkhIoii.uihI aro much sought after. arder. JSut tlie unwritten law prevail nnd spectators, and so deliberately raise a disSIAM'M'P, MNCOI. fO.KT. jigenerally respeeud. To their iuu nairuwny, nnu men tlie men desccud Slie reoelrw lier gnnta seatod upon a tirono, turbance with that object in view. ' llfceeTSSr. JtiV. tvnci. .''M" l'- -s oa.r life nnd to their ainmla iwlnun nt fw.l Others. ntrain.ttre rhrnnleklnlmi-s- . vlmmn. ,I)erilous ami slinking ladders nnd disappear wIth(ronIier tight IiaihI and Willie on Uiry imiiuuK their longevity. ii iwu I won not help giving vent 10 meir feelings in tho in tho echoing blncJmess boiwwth the lowit Iter left. Every now and then, in implorinc ine. South Sld Ui. &ixl,ori MrM Katies- WALTON, !i,f ': tom. Willie will address Ins mother, -- Mother a child my idea of n Shaker w"as that of u . excitement of the moment, nnd who, after tho deck. The oil is now in charge of tlie stevefftrtsta tKsMlsB.lkn-- uuu.r kAstu Ml... si por-o- n man who makes n Imrin- -s of loading do you live mef Tlien Oscar takes up the who lived forever. By some nut hority game, are rejienwut ami beg tlie umpire's dore pyv and UKloatling vetcek, hiring such laborers PLrain, "Mdther. do von Invn I Invu nttnn lmui i"u.. uttillV'iMiAOH.'nwbMr oa UtMnl Udi for tlia avers- o (Uiradon of bunun life la nut nt ' mrdon for tliir mndnrt. Ht SBfi SSS as he neetls from the crowiis of men hanging Then thy wUI shake bsunts all around. la than i unit i bURHUL I!. 8 But hero the Shakers niked: "U'hy don't yon lino such menr Well, Fer fertker ptrtkirtan m4 tor prlsM irttlr. imvij nunc, though quite advanced in hLjh as eiim nn avt.-.- . and nn old ball player doesn't like to lie liard on nbout the wharves waiting for such chance to bJ ef presertle h Ml. ,to!L"' ' -yearj i . imputation of 4,4M. Ids former brethren. Beshlcs, oven if hn does earn n dollar, and who aro called 'longshore- veers will insist upon wearing ...her dressw vrrv lirnilWe and nlnnnl nt tlw. i.u "Aunt Dolly," whtj u.i a f w yonrs ago nt ovorvom.i Lis relucu.net', 1h be kure men. All lkit.,,- ivady Ihu uicu on the nmer Lobanou. was ayI K. that toe ihie will 1 iiaitl. The club to which pile up eight or ten boxos in n double tier, brooch contain'na: the nsetHmnf luw i.t. 1 I inented husbaiid. This brooch, tboday Mr But of cwsu fctaucc4 l.ko tU on not a tho pla3"er Iwlongs does not always, not even mss around them n fold of called a Mst, Wset and SonUiwait. Wilder prjif of the averugo Sh.iber longevity; for usually, take the part of tho umpire. Instead sling, and attach the iron liook nt tlie end of faUIng dined with them, would insist upeu A vm i.ia. imw into the soup. Oscar Wilde rllnta' tho tackle; tho inati on tlw dock whittles a old UQgreaie, aged 13u or wno nurwed of exacting tlu penalty, Utey often do their Oeorge Washington, are still to bo fotud, to remove the offending umpire from his sunn -- uo aueatir to tho engineer, wliow room is most iieeulkir in tbo ilrwign of iu deJ drum rapidly wlmls up the rojie until the oraUoiu The entire floor s tnado of cfass, to nnd. Iht number tacreof U ut.t vUbly tie- - position. Joseph J. Elllck in LipplncottV. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL represent vatrl Uie walls being deccrated hi Slincf 111 Of boxes SWllimnmrllVo .t.i. ..i.. creasiivr. Bnt It soeina iMxtbable tbnt Shaken ! tlie same style, ami the table & tot upon eeidsle In Sfeci May M, im. It h seized by brawny arm nnd guUled over Trec for Culirurnln. whenever get drank, or go Into politics, or ait - - Xai lb bouUtltU -- uilulge An interesting ceremony wliich nwwnK tlie hatchway, wlyn, oUllent to the signal, island In tlie middle of the room, Theglasii Ifinny jihysical escMs, and ho uiu anram wnouy in mi open air It. If iwk juacw in oan rrancuco was tlw ilistribu-tlo- n "Let go!" tho engineer permit lib drum to ami china nre enuallv tinJntw. Uw HUw n.wi " Courier-Jouri- ml XMrn.sewD, ' to the public school children of i.'J.OOO fly back, and the burden drojw Hkr a shot to hilatea represenUng varkHM (hoes, and Uto nataml to suppose tbey should live longer ' I ' Ko.u um lames nre waiteii upon by than the wtme number of persons of an oppo-ad- a fceedlhig plno trees, tho gift of Adolph Sutra tlie tune of "Stand from umlerl" There the tie jesr tr Mly $.1-- fre hwii. i bmtlj Ks Hm pMd for lltlt tJ UMmtfMM tfceiirleeefer. Tho children brought ordinary flower pots Uekle is quickly unbooked, an empty ding young girls in peasant costuiues. Chionru modo of life. From what I havo Lra, Ctxlcju t Mi Herald. t ltDT. 1 DO pl. tliey do not slave like farmers, especi- nnd carried tlwir young trees nwny in them, sent up, and then the luxes nre rapidly I BJlflMM,,. I I 1 IS pu ally that daw of farm tillers who are always tho shoots being from six to twelve inches in stowed away, their uumber liaviug buen Uy rjli I ou will ifbln far ana rM, Arr. CUlhkM. M Itlijb, I .Jt II u A Woman's Ambition. I JiHtr hflAli ..... A IK IINtW Mrr Mlti. ....M l...L.. f... ., ... ww io ntii a juiiuc imiva " iiTOiin, lengtli. "jut nirr cuuivaiing them for a sJion conim ovine nipping clerk in his memokimnriM, Ixlaciaa .. I" It PM I iriiu-- i ,n pu "I've just been out in JVnvor," said an out tltey are always busy, but novnr tlmoathome it in tlie intention of thochii randum book. U li nj for a ImII ior rr.ou lr, th U.t. uT,lt-- cr, bound iMssenger, "and while there I met ' (Iran it rlarntn .! i pm Tlie object to ho ntta!nd-t- le ! uivu iu uci uio uhu uay m November to plant Arr. Mr. tnghwit sh.1 ablwi Uallr wteklr In tlit UnltrJ l.t. WlMbMitir II t n TOeti,' 5 n pn nbsolutc Tabor, divorced wife of the tenator. Klie lws Kow, as to their theology neceHsity-- in 'JWl'will TbM ko 0lre to rxiiMlDe i pa nit ttinVn (f nig uw sprouui, nntt nereaiter, on ench recur stowing ia to present nil jostlimr. raeentoik!.,. -" not married nmln. but b rth ?:--"Thin to vou if I ran. Tlw sninhtni mi i I'tr Js nt IkUtifUt ring anniversary of tho day, to plant others. betwtenni-tick-soUetuiur .. tlio coji-mut n... ' m"t ,....i ttil tort "e.fcSJl Suslord Ii es Hal Hhe largo dogree the temporal, nirairs nro directed In this way it issspectcd that the state will of oil nre crowded in siduwiso, nny ry pood btui-uos- s way to bertou. and ha dovelojxxl i.to. IUbaiJM, -- iwp"hi .JZZZZ tact, has taken Hieb -i-l.tiir,.!.!by a board of ministrj-- " two males niwl two gradually becomo interested in Arbor day, hold tliem tightly together, ever' cre Ice beAIT. IWfM . fomales. These aro tho reeogniaxl rulers of and that tho result will bo n tromendous in-I ing filled with wooden wedgw, no that there of the s,l.'X).000 which nbogr fro,,, her huv "' JX''- hK i til Klmkerdom. Elder Giles B. Avory, who crease In tho timber of tho commonwealth. shnll not bo the least uiovomcut By this time band that sho Is now a lnillloiiaire. Tnlior. tpondi mot of his time nt Watervllet and Chicago Herald. tho men nbove liave filletl another sling, tho on the other hand, has Ktn gnulunlly going riosm-Boos2e, I I IJow Ijlianon, ij one of tho four. From his tit. ii Ko t wnisuc sounus again, tlie tackle crunks, tlio down hill Xotlopgngo lie mode n rather lucky hit in some mines, which revived Ms How to Kat Macaroni. iKswcrs to my qu&ries I take tho substnufx) " oh stand from ! " h drooping fortunes n bit; but the Ly. lJrlnMtvn '"liSS'".1 At a crowded tnblo d'hoto on tho wcht side heard, and down conn-- nnother dozen thereof as follows: pmllrtlon Is Louisville & Nashville R. R. caw?s i nwij maw umi in n rew j van ho w ill llattcn .mia Leo's apjiearauce was (ho second com-- , opposite n irench to help fill tho belly of the Insatiate monster. Arr. lilthmoo,! o ing of Christ, whicli occurs through tho fe-- SMtlen"" whoso had progressed as far When nil tho boxes nre in tho hold, tho olUcvr out Into hoiwlew bankruptcy. Mrs. Tnbor bre. IUiwUbJ . THS (IRK4T- Xo. 1 Mys that she will yct linvo to tnko care cialo. Her followers hold Christ and Saviour I113 ,nacnro"L After n poll to salutation nnd a in chnrgo of the ship fills out tho form " I.inruur .', M reBl' Z..Z1' Alt. IllcnaionJ., ki bo synonymous Jcsih was not Christ, I xe" wpms as to tUo weather tho French ccipi cauw a bin ot lading." This U of a -' of 'tho old man,' nnd that when his hour of sent to adversity comes, as come TIIKOUGII TltUNIC L1X1. Le. nilmiaj7 but ho represented Christ. Ho was simply Gentleman said: it will, ho will bo tho office of tlw owners of the oil, ami if found 10 pm- o M ami glad enough to return to hi ilnst lovonnd her Arr, Winchwttr, tlio Christ of his day. When Christ next i most breclyont writnlres has said correct, fceveral copies aro signed by oo , tho cntv TO TtlK Pi! t8(0 Art !'rli 10 1MB ippenrs it will bo again in tho form of u zat M n,an wu0 wlu deliberately cut up hecs taln-o- no for himself, kept by tho uhlp's million. It seems to lie tho height of this tu Lt. Uilnton T.'nman, insteoil of that of a man. Wo saw HU,'d would murder hees grandmozaire. It ..ijiiiiiiiHiiiiiimHjntogot nor buiband back, iiui-- i, auoiuer iur uio snipper, nnd a P M 7 7im J ........; npui Lt Ihird, nnd to bo nblo totothiniupngnin "Our father who art in Heaven. n Tliei-- enn " equally truo zat ze man w ho will chon un at least, to lo sent to tho JJOpm 8Wm & 40 nuj financially." " ('rathUns. consignees iu Valpahis macaroni ces capablo of any wot you call raiso as guldo U3 no father whero thoro is no mother. i in. s Ma Chicago Herald. 17 pm ' Kulltlnilll. Therea to their of j '.'. fore there is n heavenly mother. Again, atroceetee. Zaro its only ono way to cat zo tion, for tlie freightagepart paidtho transacis WITH ordinarily pia Ilulldlng tho 3terv llallunr. there never was n bridegroom without a macaroni." upon delivery of tho consignment rather than Thereupon tho French rmiHm.mn Tho Invalido itusse clvo ilm fr,M,(,., bride. The scriptures speak of tho brido- ni.n.i . in advance. .nirivti.Li: miA.-vt,!groom uirist, Ann Leo was thoflt to ro-- ; the edgo of ma napkin within his collar and count of tlw construction of tho last stago of Pullman Palace Sleepers. OTHEU 2iEHCIIAXDl.se, ( crivo tho brideship of Christ. In fact sho cnvelojxxl hi3 body in tho linen so far as was The niticetw abovo desorlljivl i ii,et .mi.ii,. tho Morv railway: "Between Karybent ami was the swcoivl appealing of Chriht, possible. Then he iiiicrted his fork in tho that uwl in loadlnfr ttlinfiTm- - i., i, . Z Merv tho ral.'s were life! lo tiu ti, XaiiIhvIUo (. 'frnFi K;?.,?i TiiM1T of the liils, brieHv. is .1... Slinkrp tlininv hnndUo shipped. Tho main features stachic ven,ts In the space of thirty-siiortion of macaroni nnd twisted days, which,' to XltHllVillo, jHi.flaB.jEs. bun. snbelieveM it may seem a trifle vngne, nnd ic nnv.in.1 tm no was nblo to ralso to his mouth If Sundnjij nnd festival nre excluded ljccomo ",U,U1 BnugpwiiKs hung over Mcinphirj, bre Corlnttsiu.r lo n liUla moro tlian th-- can swallow. sufficient of tho. food to establish a connection iiiuBuHJMmuei ia prevent niarrliig hor paint only thirty working day-.- . To tlio 110 rents AOiiiitn, J'?lnlon..., Uatto-thltotween himself nnd his plato, nnd bavin," complicated block tackle lL"f Shalu;rschag tenaciously. of statlonn l iria . J and steam engino to should U- added levcu JM pin MoniRoiucry, Its conditions or penalties may Ixeep out somo securely estnblkhcd such connection ho disento HQ ,, A rrXllltrtkuTe during thawniw period, so that tho wind It or or horse iower to walk nwny with I Oik I li i.mie i;Kii, " Jnia.i gaged the fork with n dexterous twirl and it, men to manage tlie great weight swuii-nbo- ut total per diem was ratlier more than four break tho !D0laM06tpm J ntners nfter tliy becomo converts. IVuu' OrlciuiN. Mobile vetts, or nearly throe English miles. The no easily by the tackle these nro a nil' But lttwered It to tho main body of macaroni, at Mb. "' '' .nopia -l I, tho croud i n liannleia one. Tharofore, what tho samo timo beginning mastication, nc-' present, nnd only tho details vary. If works were carri-s- l on In military faohiou. f3 -, great Swod it doeor small, is n clear g.jln to ixiiiijKinieu uyau lnurnwing of tho breath, barrels or tho i vliudrk-a- l Iran mou i.. ,. i.i-- i. Morning work began to tho sound of tho "Tje-Only on elmne ia point" In Ko.4- iHieru-U.nv- n which had a jjcrsuaslvo oflect on the Interlociety at laige. '""y caustic wjda and othor chemicals nre pocked drum; the men proceeded to the line from lMiir . un i:r. bun vening column of nutriment, and needed to are to bo lift.-- there nro nttaehed to thoir a urE of cnun.vcv. i. VUILtl.1 . the end gave huts at n niilek nmreli nn.l. .MW nm.. bre jrlll .,. lw supplemented only by a Might urging nnd of tho hoisting ropo two tue signal for breaking off. Tho latter i Tliey believe in the Bible and in baptism. iron anus with 1 Thoy nii unlike other saets only iu lending n pricking up with tho fork to make tho ascent .curved ends, liko S9pra Angers which Mipcnnienuca i ne work on liorsdack. Tho 7 2A ul, 'j jil . " Mlllrnburc Sfo of virgin celibacy. Tho notion that nil constant, a process which was continued, with clutch tho chains; but often three or foldiers worked with ostrnonlinary otuula-tb- n, I' " .. 2 50 nm Arr IVrl' ..... nud oven tho oiUecn ate iu iiaito nnd jilna liom on the lino tlil zniorcourao between tlio sexes is forbidden is nn expression of tho utmost satisfaction on four barrels or n heavy hogshead of tobu- - co 8 Ida M 1 is p " I'IllltOO...."' will irrolt, if in 3 08 a si an error. They sjxmd ovenings together; not tho part of tho partaker, till tho entire jwrtion or sugar aro put In n sling. Bales or cotton, wero novor long absent from tho line." Ben10 p m " ciTinjun: lwill ruin, ee-SI) m. n, H HO ton Tnuiicrlpt. ia couples, but in groups and cIomh, and in of food had ascended to his lips, oven to tho rags, jute, matting, eta, nro clutched on io Aautofii (oiupiny tor ratM.reuir fcr.oriltM tonvorsation or leading or ringing. Tliey final length, which disappeared In n manner t.!di by grappling hooks similar to C I' AIMOKh, ( P. A t. A News .grury or ijiml. "sxy gruee" before and nfter moals, but dur- suggest! vo of tho vanishing of n liell cord in a thoso used In handling ice, which dig into I lirlll., Kr Xo matter what any ono may do lie enn passenger car when,n coupling link breaks. ing the meal it?lf thoy utter no word not their soft sidos: but this will imt ! el"B""',h"r Irnlor iruilally tsirpt dumlar 1,1. never run down uue Then tho French gentleman took a dry of chith, upon which you see printed tliai.? ivm.rfa ir ti made necessary by the businet.? on hand. Tho tho night. They coma of -warning! Ujo no hooks." Iron T rails nro nsregulurnstliiiepidouile jirpjwjf y is common, as it was in tho Oneida shampoo in his napkin and, with n triumphTHE SEMI.WEClkLY and tiio helzuw community Iwfoa' the latter becanio n joint ant look, necomiwmled by tho characteristic caught with clanina tiikt. n tim .i.i.n .... i of wind, fire, ocean gesture of his iwoplo, ho said: ljoing thus balanced, nro easily guided by end uj. ninciicnn uoata in uaiudlnn watei-- . tocrk company. Hint . .Vi! lit 'rrm tram U "Zat ees zo, way to cat ze macaroul." Now man, end foremont, through a Heiv nil slwilnrity ceases. In some remote little door i:i lion wlire never discovered, lliere muit CliKlnn.ti LJiUthmlj vfpin.Ciitt York Sun. land 'Somen hero iu desalato tho sldo of the veshcl, and landed on n hand nwrUrs the jjotion prevails that tho Shakers and tVsihm- - lucbioti.. wind-swespaee," In whleh there nbldc"! n aro hi iomo degree like tho Mormons. Thoy truck, whence thoy nre ngain swung to their The Watch hi n Clirouio. irpectral howa ngeut, who, with n ghostly resting place by tackle coming down through aiv and Thoy "Watches nro cheap, dead down, lo w," tadly tho do imt oven condemn marriage, though of said n big jewelry hatchway. Railroad iron U muchusTd chatter of teeth nnd u hollow laugh, claps his COUll'anr. or dealer to a reporter. "Tlio XKCoWtV thav do not cat tn.irrl nrmvwnl... BUtinlV is PTOntr tlmn tlirwlmunmt Tl... 11.1ior uauasi in departing MiIjh. It lies n dead bonos together ns ho fixes up ono of those " " , I.A.rKKi.HV weird crentloni nnd starta It n n ri " weight, sovoral layers deep, down in tho bot" i t; , ' ". " :. "'""" k inniTieti tw among member . --rim., "niS.Z:.tF!j- iW.Acct. . j ' r.... ,. 9?7.ln,un' tom of tho hold, nnd tho floors of each of tho tlio world. Chicago Herald. IIL'.NJINUTO.V lteHTer.UX""t0n' r" ! SSS,W.S.,S .nufactorichavospnmgup lower decks aro usually pnvod with a doublo t'eueral Uffltt, CuTlIKlnn. Ky Women nt tlin Thnntrm. ktlonsofthoi-ulH- . iaWAvvrvniVnir;!: H l'"lu" nb ws """owtcs . wncrovcrn stream... layer of it, upon which tho other cargo li " vvv.r nmA..l-AJ.-.-LllIAfif WrW L W,,at laid. If tho merchandiso bright nCtrCfvS SaVS tll.lt Kim Untv ml nv.a are not in I A uk numbers Imt bethinks over It Is liht tho ll:e fulfil linlili Its n:-- iin- - n,i.i tui n nn. ...i is tlie result! Watches nro rails nro fastened down by cross ties of Urn becatwi "women nudlenca nre liko n of lll.'O ClirOIliai. tlinillfirl.Pf In icviv.il will neur In Hin 11nr fullim I..I.I-- I. irltl. !... v.! IiosU" Thoy cat Iwu lions, seem to regaiil tiio ill iijrcaso tho membership rapidly, I infer timepieces. Onco upon a timo watches were , actresses ns inferior crcntui-csTho easo with which PTe.vllni. i. and net us CHlCHESTEFt'S that tlio Shakers are expectantly awaiting mado of cenuino silver nnd nn.i i,,n,i . though tho lightest commendation in tho na.LIJJH." bodies are handled by tho stovodore'u men SPANiOniJ. KY. wjic revelations through nomo ono Ilko Ann run and last. Now every metal is oriirlmil nn,) is I' IMllllO, tisel to rcrnarkablo. Tho liatchways aro often just ture of applause would lx n uerioui breach of lev. who will givo tho fnlthful adiled Zealand mako a timeploco, from common every day largo enough to let a suablo the hwt towcatlur nuothor century, " '. U4HU1 t,, package through, and propriety. It fa unnecessary to wiy tho netresi '' I V III. luw, W. Jm!!tioi:ed tho fact that at tho church WALTON, i luihiiij; oi provincuii matluccd There U frequently tho spaco between docks is bocir " 'ir mulL Imitations, too, of gold and silver watches cumscrlbcd that family t hero were somo children. Thcso wero tho men have hardly room never a lack of nppreciatlvo applause in Kow 'tll la., I'll adopted, or are being temporarily cared for. arp ban! to detect by tho general run of iieo. to Yorlc-Chic- ago move, yet by skillfully lauding tho hogsHerald. Urt'Kni&iJ 'V.Vn'riJ.rfc ..W r t 1.1,1,, Thoy were born outside, of cour.jo, of parents plo and keep just ns good time. U subllibed erery TucsJuy nnd Krldsy it tbc Instead of head, or lioxed piano, or hugo piece of -who havo diorl or are worso than dead. New paying 5135 for a gold watch, you luw ili ui can buy On tho I.nko'n rtottoin. as it is lowered to them by I ho tackle Members nro required to confess all bins toon 0110 for $00 or $70 just ns trood. Tho nM t.ri,. Tho Naturnl History society of Worcester, TWO IMLLAHH IJKK YJBAR. , i j iiik it ujj iuiu iwiituig itovor with iron eidor or eldcivss and aro accepted for a few are no moro. Tho more simplo tho interior ' months on probation. If thoy then conclude bars, pulling it with cotton hooks nnd push- - Mom., has employed divers to hunt nround Hiey hhoulif not liko tho life, or if tho society Of a watch becomes tho cheaper tho price. ' UUT it With Lmwn V linntli nn,l tlinnl.t. TO t DATS. ni. On thO bottom Of Ijllin Olllniltrnmnn,! jsnot wholly satisfied, thoy withdraw. If a Somo watches go right along with ono or two ting dowii four or Ave V tVf',h'I? "Utomll.p. in a rowngalmt n Indian rcllca. A chart of tho lottotn Is to bo vow mounter has projierty, real or trBonal, cog wheels out and are accordingly cheaper i EjSW "'OlrUuir,. V 'i bulkliead and Mioving with their feet, thoy mauo buowing tlio cold springu, bo much " KltaMtiK,ctlco. tworslionwyglvoor"consocrato" it to tho A real first class gold watch is btl II worth up slowly work tho unwieldy mo into iu cor-ti- iiieuneti oy swimmcrj. -- Or ALUCLiSStJ- society; or may hold it and dovoto tho lncomo In tho hundreds. lcU .1 Ll.k. I nm ipeoking of tho com-rao- n tja'aiChiatttlCt nnd brace it firmly by wedges until its thereof to tho society. But, of course, if a watch ns worn HuJioa. N. V. ClnolniuUjHpH Tho CiiikcIcuco Fund. aembcr docs not odd hla wealth to tho com-hj- u when I llrst went by tho masses years ago, successor is placed. Brooklyn Eagle. Xoatly and Choaply Esocutcd. into business. I never Ooid bf Drof jliu, lund tho natural inference is that ho is Tho conscience fund in tho treasury at not wholly freo of doubu, or that he intends dreamed that watches would bo bought like pile, ei.oo. Cent Stolen Iu Trauslt. Washington Li njproaculng tho round sum of potatoes, by tho barrel, in order to distributed to VQvo tho society sooner or later. It is estimated that 00,000 totu of coal nro $230,000. - isow I'ork Mail Hdor Avery tells mo that tho Shakers liavo mj cujiomcrs.and Expirts. btolen every j car from cars In transit. Tho sent out ho mlsslonat ies durinz tho nast sixtv "Peacll-nllicks- " It thn nrmn pIitaii in l, thefts of coal at ono station on a. Pennsylvayears. Ihey are awaiting, rather inortly, ft Tho Loudon suburbs aro crowded with unWho STANTOED, KY. nia road amount to about thirty-on- e aeemato mo, tho now revelation and woman let houses ton peacharo cmnloved in (mthurlnm rniii fivin. iv, and shops. tree. every night. Chicago Times. "W. P. WALTON. - - Proorifltor DjroNTlMTi mo liiict to aia ineni eajject ? crially, as most of thoir now mombers are ' ,t irom iao i.iiiks ot womon. uor. ml Htlffi . IblM. Elcht MmiLi.uli nt H ..,. an I pali,. thmuVii itV.-- i. muP HWSSli two dMM ! r Yerk Btar. .fi".V,u"b l "r".'''' 'w f "in Mo !( I'te iirten' Hjrupsrllls, 1 CURIOUS sitnul-taneousl- v. 1 AN INTERESTING SPECTACLE NEW YORK WHARF. Funny Story Concerning n Couple of l'oim Vntue or l'crscrerance. It rtinds to reason that tho expericnoed writer who has outgrown any morbidity that MYERS HO TEL, 8TAKFOXU. and POWDER Absolutely Pure 1 l'ropr lt in lndn.-triou- rs ' "fiJLMwSPd to-da- sloop-rigge- d dr. ruNirr, V? " te ln. hni te - kconln-wlththeton- eof d ,..,. --- -- rl !! t.. THKBE OLL.IKN 1 v.,i Miller & Carpontor, REAL ESTATE AGENTS mm wn .V1 I ' X coll-Jxit- - v,r I.-- . SSL iSBBSJjjjjjjjjlb ft flfty-ee-e- n uno-tbt- k'ee rrT nuii prwrn ito , h'iUo 'oiuliliraiioi) I.-g- '& Weekly K.r )ew- r,. rtt 1 rt It f o, ih-i.- ,. ..-. .... Ceurtci-JotirMlr- ,. e. i8? L.&N. -- ., ii.' i !;... . ui...im! - - "n ' . SOUTH & WEST Pi, pw'ioi;s t i NOUTH-ItOU.i- fi x y .ii.. s l self-deni- nf-wa- nul 1 V- , 1 -, Arkansas and Toxas. EMIGRANTS M half-close- d rJ . !..' 'l """'"I to No-aiu- ii' r. dlwt, 's ISjUlKr ..- n rSS' V ..rjj 1- fe drt n.,. w 'it. '? Interior Journal P. "' ,,, Pro'v. 'bror.Mruaaas:,:, TOB 7S7"Om3Ll Hi er OPERA MOUSE Sealfnsr t ' Hunoisorv u.ltAAL- - WTJ'Stll aT "! W - ,. i jffr. ', fiKeua'-iirisn- crclt7, t . lueludln i i Kllry. ,. 69 frT?. lr0tuOx,i " "i-- 'i ..h ,.