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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886110501 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. acv Sew VOL. XIV. JI3U wU 0 111 ttim lumfmai lit NO. 174. .STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1886. MVI1S8. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Idle Bos. Further Particulars of the Murdtr of Jams , II. K. TAYLOR, Buck ana Sister in Wayne. It la a painful spectacle to eee tbe large Of LOO AN COUNrY, la a Candfdate or the cfllee There was very little drinking at Twenty qooJ yearllrg Muls, )5of then mires, ofSaperlntend.nt of Public Initructloa, aubjcot number of Idle bays in thn South at this Tuesday's election . (To tb. Editor of tbs Interior Journal. forsslo. Call on or dUrci inn at Ltnr.ilcr, Kr. to th. Democratic StatafJonrontlon. J.ruYAK'i'lS. MoSticcllo, Nov. 2, 18S0. These are time. The street corners of eyery city and There have 12 or 13 addiHorn town are filled with thrin. Tho decline tions to (he rublUhcit Tiicmlttu Mini Frlitau otne of the facts as'to the villainous mur Baptist church meetlnc et the -- AT Sale Bargain. dcr committed near Mt. hUlem poatofHre on and alinoat total eztinotlon of the appren1 A.NNUai, CA8H. the LltlleSouth Fork, In thl county, last tice svstera has driven them from the trades which will continue till after Sunday. gta Tho hoiiM and lot on Stanford strect I offer lor ails privately la Stanford, Kr., a Tory W. II, Anderson, credit" that IM Tueday night: JarvU Buck, a bachelor, and mechanical vocations Commercial beloi gmg to Mis. Palsy Holman, I'eceaeed, farAaiiprpceDtntlTOorMr brick houie .nil Idler dcilrablo retllcnce with soren rotm and porch-Welot of tile prlTately till neat nnderstoodtr w. of water at tho doorj .table, amoko hours, 30 year old, and bis ililer, 35 yean of age, pursuits are overcrowded, aud they have has hen ao'd to Mr. John MiMitll for two acre, on Somerset Areoue In Btunfonl. Tho dc. About an aero of ground In the lot. For and demanded. place hai all tho necessary lmprnrementa snJ la r. terma, no'altematlvo but to go to farm labor, lit1 $100 dc, apply to It. G. A LFOIZD, living with him, had tlelr throat cut from tory dcilrablo oar. Call on or iJJrcM niat btan-forIto Agent for J. II. Altord. In reginl lo It. rary pursuits or to lotGng. The latter is by one Uranrllle Prewltt, aged M Lley, "ur butcher, is tell Mr t. eir (oeir V. 21. SIcUOnEIlTti W. P. WALTON. Mt then-for21 year. Prewitt ht8Confced his crime, thoeooloat and &iot natural, and inc betf to me O mvillc oitlz 'a, '"ho not and say he we rent by a ui'wnshlno dli- - th must generally liken. Thee idliai; oi ly urtt it chtap.r, bni prelw tri q Jlily SA2L1S ! from lo GARRARD CQVNTrDEPAfiWENT. lam dally opening an ikisant llco cl Fall MilliIn lli .1 In Iheir " : atirket. koI drunk and yootg men range iu egt Hller lo sell romn whl-ky- , ner, lccludlos all ihev nun lwenly-(We- . After ihe latter S WiWhm ha- - m mal U Mr W. Mr .J Mel in thtt killed them Ife Gt A TAluaUl. Mock Farm containing 31ti Acvctt LaiKMttr trally hieome adfen'urirdor orimlnal in F. D.lllun'j houu on S'n'ord .treat nnd situated 1 ulle fro nCntlj Orchard on tiie3Umiord Tho Latest irovcltie3 of thoSeu3oa. Jone,25 yers old, phumed the murder, pike. Mr. ami Mm It. M.Jlardett Lata and rsomi ortr snma. Alio Kot!on, such as Ilandkarebltii, Collara "Mi. the oblct bring to oiir $150 that they jomeforua. What InUiletheondofi'lnwaii'e Mr. D.ilfoo to Mr. Tatim' h:n . wiioh InTh. two nw KojiIi aide of M.luttreot, built by and CalTi, irom a wit t Uorisiantow. Smnlord.oii lluahlng, Conets, llu.tlp., cte. You life it U diflliult to predict. Its in Mr M lvtn remol iaveril wol:i Owsley A ion. aim in. Dri.K ratiawM in wnien will find mo at the room. Ut.lr T.cUd by Stul-Ic- y euppond Back lopaHH lie alio tnlwl of 0 i i ' JJ C 1 am Dor living. J;Ii.(HlHr.KV. A Warren, next door to the Myers Ilouto. proaiWeJ him k how aid ravan fl leaee upoa eseiety hi ixroeptibh now and Mr lUom Ctrs.a hva bien euffiring JGl-MUnf.rd, Ky. Thv ccod UdlM of K.o W C TU wl that Joom KATUIiVnnnilA.Il. ra p'gi and ootnt o tl mon id di the kiil growion daily wom. Yonag man uf fine from a severe stroke cf pvilyita einee Sac-diMiiih h"M r the l'iebTUriB personal vlor and inielleottul endowtnont ij.mld Ihit Jjtmu'i httu that one nnd U ia very oritianl edUion, his Id4 "P'tv" rrTt! thr .new f JiUMHimpsm wouligo rnh tbem Simp-M- are by thouiand frittering away an amount whole riht side bt6f p;tulj:d. Mrs Storo-Hoo- ui 2Tor bo ofgreat value U 2) years old. All Ihe pArtlce an of manhood that might Sarah Welch, hie dftUfbUr, from Ixicholai MT VERNON, KY. " erMMtlon Mr T (J. Severn I IN STANTORD If to thocieelvs vilK', was taieKritphad for ao-- l arrived "f "Wch U married Simpon marriwl Jontw' lslflr. loeooiely ad planiuri iLicb ecr.d sraU Ptd. aQ The Harden tbe test In Stanford, This old and Hotel U still Hrl ooualn to Wolford SUfile, "ho was this condition of lira via to exist only Tuwdtylaal. In location an I arrangement. Apply to fino reputation. Chargea reasonaWs. IJImiholu dliweler . Th J- - B SjBierstd for killing three men a for a short time the end might bo foretold Mr- huo At Mr. John A MellibirU, of Stanford, Special attentioQ to tbo traveling public. II'. C?. WELCH, from n tree on the premise of few yawago. 1SS 41 Joueiiia biitird and is and the proper remedies be applied. Bit has been vUitiag rolative here. Mr.Chas. Stanford, Er. .ii. p. XEwroim, iwr, " v.ho lives near L) ntjkbur, Carter, so far a i iHaoorerable now, tbe ond is re Jones, who formerly lived liere, is back on Mt. Vernon, Ky. the bsrdtut looking of tho party If ilx-rcv ntf celing mora rapidly than tlmo advancos, a visit and is looting batta; and hail homer 1i n puk ( hanely In th wtmle naiy, Use f.lNvrln dwditer tea Mutinous-ja atepson o and the results become more tippalliog than rer. We kn-jof one little hiart on eltcitia da,: "Vote 'or Slmpen "basil. Prewltt is r.icih el of Ii'siie with eaob suoeoaivo decide. Wea Lanicric, a bastard that biats hoppier for his coming. Mr, WnOLE3.VLE Yel, G.rraruVplowbuj, Hor.J.WVfj There is one point that patent can guard mer i..n,rr Minti court oUrk, Bj&rd Liwrenoe, who wu drowned ia the South even now. Boy from fifteen to twenty Joo Coffey, of DuniHe, ia rialtlng Mr. Tho Photographer, & Fork aboul 20 yinr WilliHm Dillion. Mr Jhr. R. James, of &, when rtutn'mi: chant Mid Uwrer, for member of lhe 22 TTeat Swan Street, wiiKenne- ou ba employed ia tcaool or at home so S:mtret, hen j lined her husbiml and wa one l"M from till plaee one nisht cf L.i'j;iUtio!J W dy. Buck wi Induced to leave the houe as to delft as long bb poesible confirmed tbo gueel of Miia Louana Jme. Mr, BiJttttVilIo, BVFFAX.O, IV. Y. i. it. Tnouaandt miy be , with the promise of whtiky, and wis then hnblt. of Idleness, Richard Ward nnd wife, o Paint Lick, "A w.luout adii-Litctloti day caved in this way if parent) give attention Hlshtstoaah I'uio paiu ior n nne Asb, Black paid a short viit to hi fitber this week. A vrv "Rni killed. The ouin was killed fu the hcive tutbsnee of any kind. .") mu OKCU. (.horrr, Poplar, lluttaraut, to their son and sse that they do hot fall Mr. W. M. Higilna ie etajiug with Mr. rd Fraxnoa iJaado the preonre of her nine j en-ol- d uuoitnut, Oik, Maple, Hickory, Walaut, Qar-- 1 r,igM.i jwUJ- - MiCrerjVi m.mtT,In in tercU White and lied Oak and Sycamore. ooonpany. Bor,& a KaieE(birt an attending the meeting. enn, who aaied hiauelfby llight. He into idle and vicious the repubVm, t e cMintj la nhnul 273 .t. C. HI Ml, rule, at that period of life are tractable and Mite Foreno Rail, of Qaarilta, ia the id Hoard of wa the only eye wliuee Prewilt boutberu Atont, lican Modulate for member o the t Stanford, Ky. lo take the prover views of life. JIACE WIUCB'S " unpri.r oer Jo&e wa. to kill the bay. Prewltt nux de- Later they Income silf willed, intractable Ktieat of tho Misaw S'uart. Mre Stinh lfiuatlsilibu, nies that Joan-- or Simpian knew' wnyihli'g FAy.Hin onunly, are Stuart and daughter, of C .jhen. and Gaallr rylullioui ag'iirwt parental au visiiiog Mr. Wll CuiLi Mr. Ohta Kan Buggy & Implement House. NEWPORT for HEWS & VAUE7, Wule so much it 11uk at I and writ about the klllinf . Trie trial wan ect Ojs grtwl mlifortuae in this but wa eoaiioMd till Wdadtty to thority. nedv, of ihUooaity, ia wMi ber eon, Mr and lwtlf flnfc baul I indiepo-llTHK an J oountry in the thoushlle allow Joh and lo Mine I have now ' W.F. KiwiiedT. njld m.dilr ,), of partnti Id make the barae ctc'h uld bo Joreiaml Simon will ukely f .vor the resiera of tha Ixxsrior We muc needed -- !' luw.rde rrfatm A Full Lino of Wheat Drills and hiya. Thboinn earen f tb J Triti tnolher pwoi by Mi K U F. Dort: ltd iuii o( oonvcitlM w.e m sworn out. t other Agricultural Tinplemnnta, father and domtatio pirturbatinn of the eivetj coun'y UWDKRTHKaKOvr. , j we mic a csUle Dill Nrt m Bright' . Be.U.1 a aburolieo nnd pelulancy to aeotbtr Kentuclij'ti Koitto ittdc i. DmTOK tookiik. Jsmn Bright m bun in 1811. He io4e soeh an extent m t i piodiiM at fir.t nnreet ik UKxnur oriiMi roa to Fall Lino ol Buggies and Wagons . je, HOvlK tbe wew, Undir tne tit rcBr.J'-ONxUi:ti,ii- i of the Wb law! at the g of twN-i- ) In toar Washinglon, Philadelphia and the boys and then p!tlve dieoontent D.rllrw illnnle ia 1tId low, F.nnle Harriet it-,- . MM .! "eelc. it, wlu home. Thie drives thm to the H'rwti, l, m always on liard. In connection with ay four, bit did not decide tn pnrjhi Now York. 8kp',iig th.al.sfi w.alltuiut know, tHMlne.1, 1 will 1k eerry a el L bHwn Wedmaiday. Mw Ktle owinr In the xittnc. lo a 11 in the title, thtato Ihe bapiooBH, and fiaally tode Tbe only line running we freu Tlmi to Kt.rnlty go. Wbu ill her Uu recovered fro I .r.'iam Coiuiilcto Stock or Lumber, Oj hi retnni from the Oitnl, he dieoiver istiurlion. Tnere are thouiaad of women PULLSIAX NH.V SLCEPLXU CARS Folded tha hand i on tin aitent bree.it, jim. Mr ind Mra PaeUrd.ol Iodrperad ral that what wn nut needed both in ay ejtoaed tho blue c In oternal rest; Doth rough and dressed. Prltto on everything al , iNO he ited lo while heat in the oaue of If- "krri o e, Ma Silent tb. lips wboie aecents were doir, K irepj and America was n uood, uli.ble tem "' their mN'ortunee to who A SOLID Huff- iterance Low as any one. bwr. Win"cMMtr.ariuof M Om Ah, hordMriweotvoloawe'llnaTermore FROM diieaec for tbe u c of the better cht'M. ihe uorte! of their own homa, the reeult oi I s.llelt a share of your patronage. Respectfully, LouUville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ey. aa tho suot under which sbo lies, As chaste tnsr. The poor and humble ware well enpplled. early ueglcotand later petulance. to Washington Uity, Was Iblsdarllng ono, now at homi In tho skei; - rutCaiWllncliuici wai eroded to hot tbe rich, the arlattrtntie and piirl-cia- n lll-- l rr r. .V. liltrCE. Be tb cauee what it may, tht) evil of by Connecting in tho same depot with For nor" spirit, nst here, ah, no, up above, Wedneedaj morn'm it fjJIoil cipicltj ftaleernin, C3rned htSd till patltists idltuiM among young lie i lim heoomo a It la mingling tnere with ang.lt of love. Fast Traina for Now York. and relative f the oontretiiic par- of the two land languished for a good, elupendoui social iU(slion and a constantThe DJrcct Bouto to Hiula.nl. rareuta. slsttranl biothera here the sole mn'Mtion of the md reliable diaeaao that poor people cuuld not lies to wiltuiM Lynchburg, Daavllln, Norfolk; and all Virginia below, 15.JfnnlnKi, obtain Sj he besau In pit up riikjht- nnd ly inareadog menace to the stability of free ,hnd Korth Carolina Points, 2 dinn uopiUla of MW LVIa Orlera not for her who tlcepi undor tho wow in.iinniom. -- Lexington Observer. of For tickets and further information, apply to For It Is only duit lying under the sod, of II !. countj. and Mn P. H. Ornd, perfect Bright' dUeare. He gained Iho your nearest ticket office or address W. IV. MonTHOU IVJ1ENCK roe, Goneral Agent, Lexington, Ky. Your Minnie Is eafeiyruatiag with God. "Br.vtrrv Ia O.sly Skik DEEr. Mer. Vaco,Trxi. The cfrtmonr, wbicb wa prizt at the Paris Kipo'ltlon, end honorable EtLi. F. DooaES. So Traveler ISeturns blck ! V. (1. avicuti ASI, II. W. rUM,KH, . i .1 An.l titiiinmlrA nn.. March, 1331. tf ii beauty of face doe not ro as far aa pwple celebra" mentlrn at the great Centennial 2d Vice President. anunuiiuur unuiuui Oea'J raas'r Ag't. Allen, of tion at Poiladelphia ' fjr tho meritorious cenerally imagine Jit v? ins at first slqht, but Louisville, Kr. Ia tbesa ttgbt time, each buyer should consult Mxu. STEWAiiT'a Tomu. The crypt wai pel firmed hj Kit. J. L. his own Interests. Why should you DidtIIU The attecdinU were Mtia An- and elective disease for Ihe better clashes." if not eupported, (linked, ono may say, by where tne dead woman ia buried is a big chant 60c for an aitlcle when you give one mertau buy the and HuKb M. Since that time he hai been gratified to qualities to Gz the impression, its effect room, circular in fjrm, immediately be same thing from another tor 40c. To do this ia not na C.Frue. MTtille, j ustlce to yourself or family. Grant, Linca.tet; Min Fannie Hrrion( notice that the very belt people, both in will oon pasa tway. When you think of neatb the altar. Sunken into the stone In tbe next place, you should be sure to get good Poor gojd. are dear at any price. NoLbanon,and A. McKeo Kinnalrd, Ln his own land and in tb!, are handling the friends you love tho Image brought be- floor are two deep gravos, one of which la article..la this more to than in Medlclnra. You where SindIdKc, HofloMille, Bright, dlaeaae. It has bteu kept out of fore your mind is not of the nose, tbe suppoacd to conceal all that ia left of Mr. might as well pay 50c an ou ace lor sawdust as fa Concert Grand, cailrr; MIm Laura Inert modlcinrs. Parlor Grand, liourne baajust received his large stock ol Medthe reach of the psor, and to die from this mouth, the ears, nor the color of their Stewart, and the other holda hi wife. nndThoma. MeWilliaD, Danvlll; Ml Baby Grand, icine, of all kind. Every article fresh from the ailment has bzen resarded a a proud dis eye, but you see the soul which looks out Mr. Stewart's coffia was placed in a leaden manufacturers. He now has the nicest and cheap-Btrlle CoIIim and W.T. BardU, Lcc Upright Grand, on the or tinction itself to you, caekot, hermetically sealed, and theaiucaB- - est selrctlon of fancy goods, show case articles, Ac, of their facei and exposes Ibston Oloba. fr. Mim M ratm Writ preaided Ac. The celebrated Lam Jre'. Spectacle, and eye Square Grand. geutlemcn, all o' eee how she could have married o ed in an cuter box r f cles'rut A heavy glaasca a specialty. The beat brands ol mixed "I don't gan. The following young Mb?. LANOTnv'a Broad Understand homely a man," eald one jpsakini; of a warranted. Splendid paints Wo are opening tho most carefully selected, the the u.hf r for the occuloti above tho gravo and a sewing cvory can gooua, nngtera goous, Jewelry, slab was then rolled Lancwtf r, were macnine artists -- W. J. Kinnalrd, R L. Klkln, 8. A. Walton ISO. Some cf Mm. Langtry'e admirer friend who had been years a wife, but uiasdve urn of etouo was placed above it. goods, chroraoj, ffamca, lamps, brushes, bjoks oi finest and ttat stock of all kicda. stationery, a tcousand articles for mirrlid find fault with her bccutie she has sudden who.e husband she had never seen "She A eimular urn marks tbe other tomb. dear grandmas, mat Jen aunts and tbe.uxrtest the PIANOS AM1 ORGANS baend Louli Intdran. The newlw fjr the boino of lv, thia year, adopted a new style in dreis thinks him handsome," was Ihe reply, and Oreat irjn d.itr slammed to upon the by in the business all at Ever brought to thla city. Every Instrument t. couple left ImiunJialelj ing in which alanit every one of her costhe pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to no doubt she did, for she eaw, not his phya crypt and tnen ihe mourners, entering Dr. II. L. Bourne's New Druir Store, 23 percent, lower tnan other dealers alk lor tha the groom; But the feet I that icaf features, but those tf his great genertumes ia decollelie Stanford, Ky. , eauio goods. Persons ol musical and art culture elowly returned to the their Crrria-Hari invited to an inspection of tbebeautiful, cultiThe President's favorite Song. the Lily is always and in all tbini: a thor- ous soul, and tbe latter overshadowed and train. vated, re lined tone aud artist desiges ol theso celemarriage Mr Cleyetand ha not ough ay, and in exhibiting a realty wou- - blotted out tho former to her ryes. A brated instruments: Since hi T E CTJJVTIVATOU Three hundred burning pigeons flew from 1831 and derfully beautiful neck and shoulders she he did btfore, Kunljc, tho Pa nrkeJ fa IncfMintly Tito happy huabaud who baa been wedded a London lo Uriuwlain five hours and forty-on- e often nowaday pend l.U ev.nipgg in the does no harm to herself, htr and iencea or ecore or two of year hardly knows what minute, tilthutuU tnuy encountered a moils Decker & Son, the Popular Et-crc- tt ih n ra:e nf more drawlog raoin with the ladle, sometime art. This was nut ijulte true of the Dime his wife ia like. IU may think he doe, mo:m nthe wa . nnd tho Sellable New England " joining tlem In a ong HU favorite air I lady last year, wheu in Rvalind, I think thnamiliu twi minatei, kep up for Tbo best oi tbe Pianos, anil drecriba her to you bb a bewitching ISO milfs "Walt Till the C.ond KU Bi Jennie," it wan, she mdi a new depariuie in cos- little creature long alter ahe had fallen inAGBICULTUIIAL WEEKLIES. The Oelobratod Olough and Warren and lings tuming in the other direction. It eeemi Bucklen's Arnica Sava snd he ro.ru out n bia when hla wifd tho John Ohurch & do. Organs. yellow leaf," eimply be to the ''cere and Tho Country Uentleraan la tbe Leading JourThe beat Salve la tho world lor Cuts. Brulsoi in the aitonfshing that one person should comit thnt t fift made the drorkee per cause tho image of lil-- early lovejs iu his Sorce, Salt Khoum, Fevar Sorca, Tcttor, Chapped nal ol American agriculture. In amount and Plento communicate with ua for catalogue:, term w ooulentf. In extent bine uoh gieat charm and nuch great he Is to- Hands, Chilblains, Corn and all bkln Eruptions, practical value of in quality of paper and ability vnd prices. wtlbn' thiitk Btjmo fnchtful cyclone hi art nnd ho does not ee her a correspoDdenco, and style of h n. Vi L. J. tOOia, Special Ag'ti, Nohjdr ever wnnts to ko day. - Toledo IMade. it. the yrc. A couplf of Senator K and positively curea Plica, or m pay required. I, cl( rulillrattnn. it occunlea 'he fnat rank. It ia bo Staclord, Ky. OrKOsE 1'.. I'.ICHAni), icit.om,ce. whm he wan har-inr- f Mr. Langlrr in auy part in which apptm guaranteed to ulvo parfc-- aatlafactlon, or money IteTcd lo have ro superior In either of tbo three Is calitd tl e other Tenina In tbe retunded. Trice 25 centa per box. For tale by cmei uirisioosoi P.cferencea: A. K. Peony, Mrs. U. M. Carpen1'ayi.nci rott Cnm.VL Puesakw. and a ihcy e her without skirts again, or eeeu lo A.i unustul good time, ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and James lieaa-li.- r. very feet which arw ol n sort tlut Chro.K'j and liwt two weeks I have ptid S150 for bridal Penny A McAllsler. Farm Crop3 and Processes, (tnnfora; Mrs. MdccIb Holmes. Crab Orch- tha twtlbule be a on oino nio; ueu. w. J. wiuuram auu .um j.izzie r jiuu-maInteresting Experiences. each other in St Lmi'iare forever teaaiug one another prevent, nnd I do not expect to go through Fruit-GrowinLancaiur, Ky. Horticulture & l'her looked at hleh noh- lllram Camoron, Furniture Dealer of Columbus, vho, about fPnlladelpnin TiuieH the ceaon under 5500 far this Item oi exalarm and then t the doorkeeper, "For thrco years experlonco thus: Llvo Stock nnd Dairying, pense. I woliid avoid it if I could, bat Hib Oa tells his -- ,.,uedatlbe expteloii mi their fnoe- -, on tha market for StomThe Is nov almt no dmibi iLa Clu- - factiitwbeul was mtrrieJ, three yoars have tried overy remedy but got no relief, un- Wblllt alto Include, all mlnar dcpurtiuents of ruach and Kidney Disorders, laughed carght. ral interest, such as tbe Poultry lard, L'otomolo verius, thefhyer of F.nnr Madnon, will It wru my lnhfortuno to roceiyo ;ubout til I used L'lcctrlo Dlttera. Took flva bottles and By, Hcekeeplng, Urerihoufeand Urapery, VeterWhat on earth I that horrible nolsiY suffer dealh. Tho Governor of Virginia ago, Krpll.9, rawnts from my frlenda am now cured, and think Electrielimters tbo best inaryHeading, Farm Questions aud Answer, Firehi S'J.OOO worlh of Douicstio Economy and a summary txtUui.edlhoone who first reooveicd In tbe world." Major A. D. Heed, side will nut, in all probability, interfere. Clu of tho uow.uf t ewcek. It tuarlet Iteperl.are relative?, aud I am gradually paying and of mind. used Klettrlo Hitters for an tinusuilly complete, and niucli attention is paid prespnse of West Liberty, Ky, re verius' crime va one of the unst ro back their value to those who gave me old .landing Kidney afftctlou ond aays: "Noth to tho prospxc'l of the crop, as ilirowlu;; light up"Ii only Iho rrcek'eatelogln, Mr, When 10 mark able on record. His ruin of hto give In re- lug lias ever dono mo bo much good aa Electric on onoof tho moat Important prcenta and to whom I mint buy nnd whtu to is liberally Illustrated Tbo direct through lino and old established routs plied the doorkeeper cousin, hU fulttuo to marry her to k turn. I thought euch a liberal donation Hitters." Hold at 80 cents a boMe- by Penny & and I. Intended to roil. It in a continually Increairom supply "U he often latten that wa ?" sing degico and In lu. boat aenioof tliu term, a Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii friend, and bis cruel murder of the bottiti-fi- ll fortunate at the time, but I haye learned McAUiter. eir. ' every night ot lale, ' Vrelty .and all points in the West. Wnenever I Rirl are he three tepi which htve led diflarenlly by experience. m ml Newspaper, Llvw, A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. during "Then I reckon wt.d bailer call Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louti, -- .. it. ..I Weymouth, rly ln between iiai I tho L'ilowrf. A writer etys of hi eee a Rreai. ui.piay mt .....A..l. at n arpftfltrp Capt. Coleman, schr. as they Although the Country Gcnllemau has bten iueun from CloclunirU Thrco (3) the day," obeemd the Senatoi. troubled with eulaigot, terma club demenor d mnu trial: "He has never now I say lo tayaalf: 'Tnere la a dtbt of Atlantic City and N.Y., badboen Bleep, and was greatlypaid strict y tbe advauce.coutlnuo r.s below tobt. Louis. when to l'i toward John Chamberlain' startid aaJ at o manv hundred or thousamU of dollar a cough .0 that bo was unable Only lOhourn from Louisville and Cincinnati ordul, Ono tpni on rnr. Si 5 : lour cepleatlO. and an am2nenl-Chlct- igo weakened during thoendre induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery ior tot, Louis. additional copy for the year l'ee to ton tender ot houelo tone down their the atme time ha not shoi the lout spir that tnia ycung couple hai saddled upru It not only mve him lnetant relief, tho club, leu cop eafO. aud addlllocal copy one Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan ywc. " It it of braggadocio He has kept his head them Ht the bs.inotn of their career but allayed the cxtremo aarenoss lu bl breast. tear Irco In Ilia nirrof tbn rlllb paying In nd- got a ThroiiKli Slooping Car "MTAH pcwauliesrlbfri for IHI, andaelnglo baye but ote mother, and how clear, hla tongue q ilet vid hi uiiuaera re is a ctiatom that has grown to abuse, Rnd Ilia children we similarly aflecled King'. New vaneu uvr, will recelv the paper wwiciy irom tuo Man can From Cinclnatl toot. Louis. Dr. reeelpt or iiu remittance, to January 1, 137, with pay dose had tho same happy effict. at served and ourleoua thioushout." the only merit I eee lu it is that they fXH:liiin wples treo. Address etrauge it U that but fa can vlue her Dlacovery Is now the standard remedy in tbo OUttnaigA Rr TlT is tbo only lino running wlfo, a LUTHLK TUCKEtt A tON, Publlshe a, back on the instalment plan I have JLilt? J. 00 JJU.. through from Loulavlll. Coleman household and on board tbe schooner, her trua worth until too late. A Albiny, New York. The other day a white dove perclnd on aud Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being heart, year ro pay my debt, but still I must free Trial Battles of this Standard Itoinedy at true and loving wife, is dear to his wife- - the cab cf EiRineer SltRitera' lociimotive made up of a combination of small roads. Drug Store. is superior to Ihe for mtuy article for whtcn i navo noi Penny A McAllatei'. ih mothor-lov- e hut w. ronllttly recoaBtnJ Oaio railroad, and f(erward flew pdj on nn Tho Ohio A MIsils'lppI Hallway runs Palatial your O ai thet.t ttmeilf wlth a Bl How Is your bloodf Use Oreen'a Sarsapacllla. all tnmga nu ininw " had ihe leaat u"-LIr"e"- 'ow known to ut Ia eVsnodbora lovr, it endnt-etSleeping Cars ou night tralus; Luxuriant ParCiri In back and forth in front 6f the window sevFor sale by Mclloborts A Stagg at it. lor Cdia on day trains: Elegant Day Coachto the voice of calum. 'ItOI DATS.Ul an. Glut, sold conilJcr cltty Lady Wahtre evil; It clones Its ears fCUwutM4 B.I es on all trains. A few moments li.ter the loco able, snd In trery cats It nl- - eral time. Green's Electric Oil cures all achea and pair.. ttSMBirMUri. talked in For .ale by McHotwrts A Stagg at JCc. has given laiurtcllcn. fnrglveth the slnr oflhe child ny and Direct and close connection, are made In ONION Oa, culture, what nonsense Is laa.1 Whan motive was thrown frour the track, aud Uft Mt by th he DEPOTS with diverging lines br theO. A M. Alc.lt A LUk, moMt before tbey are comuiu. Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at who thv aa'l A- Bjston preacher recently iZruiCaeskalCa. Itallway, thus avoiding troblesome transIIudMa.K. Y. another StaKKHM was killed. Tue fireman, fers by other routes. wife dies a man may marry Cincinnati,! congregation by the following 50c, at McUoberl. t 8t.gg's. etunned his wa slightly hurl, tolls Ihe tale. as fond Ohio. Tbe Ohio A Mlsiisslppl Hallway Is the only line CaldbrDrurrUtt. Bd love her a. dearly, cherish her aseertioti: dsrlng bolwe.n Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis 1.00. Pile. when the The largest stalionary engine in the under on. management, running all lu ly, as he did the lo'tone. Hut 'Tne baldnesa of. the bid shall neyer trains through solldlirid in conscqu.nco place. FrWdeaville, world ia at the zinc mines at die- - no other can fill her against the Roodneaa of, KouU bemother Is recognixed Flrat-Claprejudice my mind "When Haby vra. sick, we gave her Caatorla, tween those Cities, of gallons of water Penn. The number Pienlice, purity of the pure, the honor When abe wru a Child, .he cried for Caatorla, Apply to ticket Agenis of connecting line, for tbe good, ihe STANFORD. KY. manufacturing railed every mlniito ia 17,500. The driving tult particulars as to rataa, time, maps, circulars of the honorable." A chemical means for When she became lllss, .be clunj; to Caatorla, or any desired Information, or write to bark, wheels are 35 feet in diameter and weigh - -- Proprietor eiulnlne, without the uie of cinchona It t ba hoped that the mind of the Whoa she had Children, she gave them Cajtorla, W. P.WALTON,absurdity of Trav. Pass. Ag't 0 A SI. K'r.Soaeriot, Kr. in Eagland bf Mr. 40 tous each. Tne cylinder is 110 Irchei iu good man is uot blind to the i... h..n dl.osvered JOUN F. UAUNAHD. - W.B.SUATTUC, vomnlele let. ol Hi uf Sug4, 20x50. EUhtIncluding galliry, Seen. the emptiness of the empty, the Ota. I'au., Ag" 1, the hop.e diameter. Pros, and Oen'l Man'gr, the abaurd. Creeswell Hewitt, giving rfte to tl.ry. 8eUnx capacity, aitr.ellmj. "V, ryf Cicelnnatl, O. bjahy and the sluihineas of ralf to fwvl of the Cough lUUain for coughs and, colds. boahlnees cf the th& priceUse Green of a great reduction in the luhy. dH tagg. PiIm&Oc, For sal. bv McHoberta drug. tn 173-l- m Town Iot For &ule For at a d fi''n FOES iV)f-rj-t)i - rrrl f- !' ' tt lGi-S- ay l'r ' la' a I2esit n'e '"' ll y Store-Roo- well-kno- ta e .n - IE. Ho WQ1L, - iv. 231UStB & TIMBER BR. .a..i LUI2EER, iT!'i p.el Jr Ky. bi-ta- to Order. 1 - !. dltpd 1M-I- to-d- iwprn L-c- HUM utl 8iapa tt hUi . i '. vldn' - f Dim. bat lEuf Eiepii goon El TRAIN -- r- - h. ",r, to-d- oe BOUBNE im... Vorld-rciiownci- T Ti-i- s Consil2'y rueiiileniaii, d n, 133-ly- O. & M. Mississippi 11 en-o- nd - nr l;rienl Daily-Train- s 1 eev-e'r- r ..-t- - - OPERA HOUSE ss - fu- - ELECTION NEWS. SM-Mecltl- B Inieriorloumal Stanford, Ky W. P. WALTON. The following is the latest from Speaker Carlisle; LouiavlLiE, November 4, 4 r. M ProbNovember 5, 1880 abilities are in Carlisle's favor. vValtlng official returns. Ciruth'rf majority 141. E G.L. over Io Kentucky Stone Ojcir Turner by 3.000 iu tho 1st district; Laffoon had bnt little opposition in the 21 and his majority is largely Increased; Dr. Hunter has over 1 000 m&lority in tho 3 J, owing to the miserable fight between Rhea and HalaoH; In the 4lh Montgomery's ma jority la abjnt 3.000; Gm.th pulla through than 150; in tho usually in tho 5.h by eslid democratic G:h Carlisle only beats Thobe, the workinginen'a candidate, 1,500; Breckinridge had no opposition in tho 7th; Governor McCreary's majority is increased in the 8 A, but his vote as well aatherepub-licla largely decreased; in the 0th the in dications are that Thomas, republican, winB by 183 or more; Taulbe3 is probably elected in the 10th, but be has 'no majority to spare; Finley carried Whitley county by 1,335; Pulaski by 800 or 900 and his majority in the 11th is 1 500 or more. In the Eighth District Got. McCreary carries Garrard by 278; Lincoln 375; Jessamine 250; Madison 492; Spencer 390; Shelby 800; Mercer 411; Anderson 452; Rock castle 141; Laurel 25 and Boyle 109. There are only Owsley and Jackson to hear from and the probability is that he has carried them. His majority is not less than 3, la In another column wilt be found the elect lo a returns bo far a ascertainable. It naa au exceedingly cold day for the demo crata, wbo either by apathy or down richt treachery, contributed to the diaiutroua ro cult. .Tne republicans maileatartlioRRaine Ml tver tho country and reduce the demo crattc majority in Coorkm from 13, to a my narVow warcin. In our own State, we lose three and perhaps four Congress- men, with Carlinle, the Speaker of the House, pulling through on a imall ma ority as compared with two yeara agi, withstanding his opponent was an almcBt unknown cbtrictsr, The democracy in Ken tucky especially is celling in a very bad way. Itistornbyd'sicnsions and ruled by, cliques till there is no certainty of any result, Men go into primaries and because their favor ite is defeated they either tulk or desert to tie enemy, and if the present state of af-airs is not improved our boasted 40,000 tnij ority will go to the demnition bowwows. The outlook is far from promising. LocisyiLLE gare a majority of oyer 200 to Hummy Willton, the republican can didato for Congress, and the Courier Journal y accounts for it thus: Men who lacked who did not have the manly instinct, courage even to bolt a nomination, sneaked with a folded ticket np to the ballot-boto betray the party they professed to have ecrved. This work is principally the work of the "Main street" friends of Mr. "Willie, the upright "Christian" gentlemen, who lost heavily because of their bets at the primaty, and who sought to salve the hurt that honor feels by a ballot cast for re venge. In order to vent their malice, thee merchants and amateur politicians have put Louisville in the list of republican cities. In crder to testify to their own political treachery, they were willing to turn the House of Representative! over to the republicans ey-erx Commcr-cial-Gazc- la Six democratio Congressmen are elected in North Carolina and the republicans have made large gains In the Legislature. Ihe Home will be democratic by a small majority. The latest estimate la that it will contain ICG democrats, l53republIcanB and h "Lnbor" men. In New York Peckham, democratic candidate for Court of Appeals, ia elcctod by 10,000. The Congresalonal delegation will stand 19 to 17 in favor of tho republicans, who gain two members. Tho democrats gain three Congressmen in Minneeaota, but tho entire Stato republi can ticket baa been eluded by 13.000; the Legislature is also republican. B'.iver ia elected, governor of I'ennaylyn nil by 45,000, a loaa to the republicans of 40,000 or more aince the Blaine election. The new delegation will consist of 19 republicans and 9 democrat?, a gain of one for the latter. Io New Jersey the Democratio Stato Committee claim thnt Green la elected Governor by about 3 000 plurality. The republicans elect five Congresamen, and the democrats twc. The Legislature la democratic, rhlch will give the democrat a gain of one U. S. Senator. Aeh Caruth is not dead yet. A man who chawed up Albert Willis In October, and stood up before the republican party, the Campbellite church, the Catholic church Josh Bullitt and his Saperviajrs and more than 2,000 alleged democrats In November, has a good deal of vitality. fTimea. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. 000. Bob Taylor is elected Governor of TennThe Houae of the Vermont Legislature essee by 25,000 over his brother Alf, who haa passed a bill granting suffrage to wo was tho republican nominee. The demo men. crati gain one Congressman and the deleOf the 130 caaea of diphtheria reported gation will stand 8 to 2 in their favor. in Paris, 105 recovered, 23 died and two Houk'a msjsrity was greatly reduced. are still sick. ElcMif. Prince Louis Napoleon called at the Druggists and Pharmaceutist. White House and paid his respects to the President Monday. The contract convict hbor system In Illnois is abolished by a constitutional amendment adopted Tuesday. James Hindle has been arrested at Mlnneapolia for counterfeiting and $11,000 DEALER IN- of spurious coin was captured. The decrease of the public debt In October was S13.201.C19. The total debt leea cash in the Treasury la 51,354,347,917. This is the way the Cincinnati Hodgenvllle voted by a majority of chirps: One of the great events 140 to aubacrlbe $30,000 to aid In building of yesterday, and the leading one in some tho EUzabethtown & Hodgenyille Railrespects, is the fact that Henry George got road. more than sixty thousand votes in the city In Louisville during October 118 chilof New York. The fsct will not bo acceptdren under fiye years of age succumbed to ed by bis followers as a political defeat, dieeaso and death, 38 dying of diphtheria but as a triumph that calls for continued alone. exertion. It means a third party composMrs. Stewart's diamonds are valued at ed of the labor element that will smash the $750,000, 8ome of them are so large and party in the State of New York AKinnaird. democratic valuable that she never ventured to wear eo that the Siate will be as securely repubthem. DEATHS. lican as Massachusetts or Ohio. Toe elecConductor Newman shot the Key. Dr. tions of yesterday means that the next Mrs, L. E Eogleman, relict of the late W. B. SleKINKEV. gsltttarn. Hinkleat Jackson, Tenn., because he had JOHN liKICiUT, President of the United States will be the debauched hia wife The ehot ia not fatal, Christian Eagleman, died at her home in nominee of the National Republican Conthis county, in the early morning of Nov. the more'a the pity. vention. aged 05. She had beeu an invalid for The estate of Ihe late Gen. J. II, Van 21, some time, bnt the immediate cause of her alleged democrat who only votes The Allen, who jumped overboard and was for the nominee, when that nominee is the drowned from the Aurania laat August, death waa pneumonia. For years she had been a member of the Chritian church and one he favored in the primary, is not s amounta to $1,950,000. good a party man as a yellow dog. Such John Thlxton'a distillery, near 0ena-boro- , a better woman and one more devoted to men ought to go over teeth nnd toe mil to was burned by incendiarie3 Monday her children, of whom she leaves seven, all Her funeral was the republicans where they belong. Hon ity. bind-e- d grown, never lived. Nebraska electa two republican and one night. Loss, $75,000; 2,000 barrela of preached at the old homta'.ead and her or should bind every man to the support of whisky were destroyed. democratic Congressman,' laid away in the family burying nominee, especially when he take3 a part W. B. Crawford, who waa born in The republicans carry New Hampshiro ground, Wednesday morning. in the election that makes that nominee. by reduced majority. They retain control Boyle, but who has lived near Louisville Dralert kino jf It is indeed refreshing after reading tho of tho Legislature and Congressional dele- for several yeara, waa found dead in bed STOCK AND CROP UNO. gloomy returns to reflect on the redemption gation. while spending a night In tho city, -- Car load frwhSalt at T. It. Wnltcn'a. " In New Orleans Dr. S. G. ord, of of Garrard from the power of the republi republican delegate to Dakota electa a can bosses. Two years ago she gave Sebs-tian- , Congro and Rhode Inland a democratic Shroveport. La , ahol and killed John C. For Pale, A good 2 year-ol- d aleera. Jas, the republican candidate for Congress, member. Kirkpatrick, a drucgist of the same town, Givena 38 majority. This year McCreary carries C. C. Moorei aold to A. T. Nutmelley In Oaio Robinson ia elected Secretary of the trouble growing out of the betrayal by 10 the county by 278. Hurnh or Garrard Stato by 12,000 to 15,000 majority and tho the latter of Ford'a wife. hegaat 53.65 and her gnllant democrat! C Vanoy sold to R. B. Wooda 100 barJ. R Randolph, a republican, stabbed republicans likewise elect 15 out of the 21 and killed F. M. Jones, a demociat, at rela of corn ehucked in tbe field at $1.25. The democrats of Laurel are wild with Congressmen. 9 George Baker, of Mt. Vernon, sold a The republican plurality in Illinois io Summers' precinct, in Muhlenberg county delight over carrying tho county for Mc 27,000 and the Legislature Is republican by election day. The murderer, who U aaid lot of butcher cattle bere thla week at 2J to Creary, It is a big feather in their caps niji.ui;yn.- 2 80. and a very large plume in that of editor a good majority. The worst of all ia that to have had no provocation, escaped. J, II. Bright eold a fine The oleomargarine law went into efCraff. And Rockcastle, too, 141 far Mc Morrison ia defeated by 767. Springer, fect Tuesday. The amount of the stuff stallion by Abdallah Meieener to H. H Creary I These are about as great surpris- however, pulla through. IsjjNew York City the entire democratic manufactured for domestic consumption is lllitt for $250. es as tho news from some other localities. A. Buih, of Mooreavllle, Ind bought ticket is elected by 20.900 majority. The estimated at 1,000,000 pounds per annum. AuiD.tbo wreck oi matter and the crush City complete, except the Twenty-thir- d of Monroo Leer, of Bourbon county, a good A large amount of it is also exported. DisFecel, Coal, f. timber,'. Grain, Wool, of worlds, it ia pleasing to note that Oicar trict, gives Rooaevelt, for Mayor, 00,392, Surveyor Beattie, of tho Port of New j.ckforS500. Turner, the "old outlaw," who, though Hewitt 90,286, George 67,697, Wardwell York, waa shot by a former employe, whom Will Moreland bought of Will Murclaiming to be a democrat, never eabmits 674. he had discharged for exacting illegal du-ti- phy a carload of 1,57Mb. cattle, extra fine Colorado electa a democratio Governor to democratic methods, ia ba'dly snowed from an immigrant. The wounds are onea, at 5centa. tinder again. Congressman Stone will con- and Congressman. -Mason aold to Alex Tribble five pronounced to be of a serious nature, alA solid democratic delegation ia con though not probably fatal. tinue to repreeent the First District. cattle averaging 1,722 pounds, at 1J cents. Mississippi. Richmond Herald. The trouble over the r system Hurd ceded to Morrison defeated for fJThe delegation will remain the same ii again on among tbe employes of the Chi 0. H. Bnrbrldge, of Bourbon county, by a protectionist republienowed under republicans cago stock yards, the men refusing to work aold 200 bnahela of wheat to a Lexington can and Carlisle getting in by the bare from West Virginia, but the tho two additional hours without two- - miller at CO cents a bushel. skin of hi teeth, loika somewhat like the gain largely in votes. (The Weekly Edition of the Commercial Gazette,) Toole, democrat, del- hours' additional pay. Six thouraod are Montana In Shelby county, Orvllle Ford aold to letdors of tariff reform are not appreciated egate to Congress. Brown Brothers a lot of cattle, averaging now out and more are to follow. who seem to want to con by the maeep, OPtTX-TS- r In Missouri the entire democratic Slate Near Cynthiana Tuesday Joe Lake, Jr., 1,076 pound, at $4 40 per cwt. tinue paying war taxes. ticket is elected. The Congresaional dele while under the influence of liquor, had a Q.Govcr bought of II. J. J.XndB Hewitt lead George 30,000 for Mayor of gatlon stands as before, 12 to 2 in favor of tight with his brother Harry, and cut hla Newland, B. F. Harden and J. M. Cope-la- nd th mot Central anJ KerruQUtlT Butei o J1 l?ih.e I''1''3 Kepubllcan Wceklr Newapa-vero- l New York and George lead Roosevelt, the the democrats. throat, jutt missing the jugular vein, The 50 head of scrub cattle at 2 to 3 ceuK tbli Nation, loremoit In news enterprise, fettien In public JIkuuIoq and tlerotal to tbe beat later- uu un nun, it dm do superior anewipiper. about 10,000. The ui republican nominee, The republicans claim everything in In. father struck Joe an the head with a canei H R. Hiatt bought of Judge M. II. mi iuo raiuicr united democracy in New York City can diana and have probably got it. They elect inflicting Owsley hla William Welch, Jr., aired by quite a serious wound. Both elect its nominee over any or all obstacles. seven Congressmen and haye In all proba brothers uow lie in a William Welch, Br. a f 10.000 borae, for ciitlcal condition. McCbeaky is about the only man that b'.lity a majority in the legislature, securThe Mammoth Ctve branch road has $500. Ii furolibKl to luliicrlben at the low rain of ONE DOLLAR a jttt, miklnc tha prlca lew centa a copy a wek. It gtrw ill tbe news, with etery desirable dstall, In decent ihipe. Geo. J. Hunt fold to J. II. Beauden 8 juat been completed and will be opened for Increased his majority on the democratic ing a republican successor to Harrison. For the first time since the adoption of business next Monday, It ia built chiefly yearling cattle, weight 1,050 Iba. and 12 2 THE St ARRET REPORTS are given In full, audibly are noted for their rellabllltr. Report are ia 3,000 and still a cllwbinz. We aide. It telegraphed dally over our own special wires from all tbe leidlng cities. cattle, weight 1,325, at 4 centa suppose we v.111 have to run him for Presi- the Fourteenth Amendment there ia to bo a by Nuhuille parties, but will be operated year-olTHE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Is one oftbe treat feature ol the Weekly an J Is moit ril. Congress without a single colored member, by the L & N., which will run excursions per lb. Wincheater Democrat. dent next time. Advicea confirm the reports that Small, M. D. Elmore eold to T, C. Rablnaon to the Cave Tuesday,, Thursday and SaturSims and Lynch, colored candidates, day of next week. The Mammoth Cave five fat steers, 880 pounds, at 2 THE CniMNET CORNER, devoted exiluiJvely to young people, Is very Interesting and ln'troctlva A meeting of the Democratic State to J. E, Lynn 2 ateere, averaging 830 ORIGINAL STORIES and Cholt Selections, wllh the belt correspondence from 'all Darts of tn and Executive Committee has been are defeated. Central Company will formally celebrate an open- cent; Globe, make the Weekly and BemLWeskly complete. The House will be democratic, and it Is ing eome time in November. pounds, at 3J cents, and to Jamea Givena called to meet at Buhr'a Hotel, Frankfort, first time in the history of the country Semi-Week- ly a 5 year old horse mule at $95. Tueiday, Nov. 23, at 11 A. M , to consider the DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT t. PAma Court. About 300 feeding cat the time and place of holding a State con- that a democratic President haB been bus Contains eight psgescf eight columns eacb, and Is printed every Tuesdar and rrldsy. It Is mailed vention to nominate a candidate for Gov tained by a democratic Houao of Represeni . u ki huuuiu, i.i.ki riu. i ci.uuj who can not Hie tno Ds y Commercial duett a ami Mr. Wm. Ward, a merchant of Paint tie were on tbe market and the beat sold at . .....-.,,- ,, tatives chosen two years after the regular LIcb, is in town on a visit to Mr a, $3 05. They weighed about 1,250. Mr. ccuiitT(tnij an suruirauie piper. ernor and other State officers. Ward, of Louisville, sold 21 Tennessee elected Pea Presidential election. "Louisville Times. wbo la here under medical treatment. Summers, Hoc. J. S, Davidson we? The worst news comes from old Virginia. identof the Georgia Senate, and W. A. Emma Erring, for ualng violent and feedere, weight 1,025, to Wlllla Wright for Tetins of Subscription by Mill: Speaker of the House, Gov. Gor- Of tho ten districts in the State, the repub. abueive language towarda another, was this 3; very few mulea on the market and no Little Hems have carried six, the democrats three morning fined -- Newa. One year (omltllog Sunday)., ..12 One year (Including Sundiy) don will bo inaugurated next Tuesday. ,?H 09 $10 and costs in the police Balec. " .. 6 eix months. " bU months, ' ,, According to a Fleming county paper, Thiee months, ..7 00 " .. 3 The Louisville & Nashville people re- and the labor party ore, being a net loss of court. Tbree months, " ..SCO Mr. W. F. Pittman has taken hia fine Thomas S. Colline, of that county, reports freight business over their five Congressmen to the democrats. Lee, port that the and O'Farrell are the democrats 2year-ol- d colt, Fallon, by Ilarry O'Fallon, the aitoniehlne yield of 102 flour barela of road ia heavier .than ever know before, and Wise to Lexington to be trained by Lee Paul, potatoes from fij bushel of seed. Count- Consisting ot Sewing Machines, ImproTtd Wstrbury Witcsce. Oold that they have not cars sufficient to accom- elected. Pens. I'snclls ValuiMn nMw This office was in receipt of doztns of die Fallon's dam was by Daniel Boone, grand ing tho barrela at 3 buehela it would make otc, will be Mn In the paper. KimplecopUs'ree. modate it all. Prohibition carried in Christian by a patches and they are embodied in our eleo-tio- n dam by Auaterlilz, he by imported York 570 bushels, or about 88 buehela for one TIIE OOMMERCIAI. GAZETTE CO., shire. returns without credit. bnhelcf eced. CINCINNATI. Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Florida and Georgia send solid democratic delegations to Congress. Bisldea a solid democratic Congressional delegation, South Carolina elected an overwhelming democratic Legislature the Senate standing 30 to 2 and the House 118 toG, There is no change in the Wisconsin delegation. Goyernor Rusk, republican, is re elected governor by 20,000 plurality and the Legislature ia republican. California elects a republican governor, a solid delegation of the same faith and a Legislature ditto. Kansas, as usual, is joined to her idols. electing a republican governor by 35,000 and a full delegation of the same caste. In Connecticut the democrats gaiu one Congressman and the Legislature ia 29 republican on joint ballot. Maryland electa five democrats nnd one republican Congressman. Texas shows up with her usual 100,000 demo"ratic majority for governor and electa a full democratic delegation. Delaware elected democratic Congress men and Lsgislature. Iowa elects nine republican and two democratic Congressmen. Massachueettn elects eight republican and four democratic Congressmen. The Legislature is republican by a large major- .Mr Mont Searlea, of Junction City, and Mies Tommie Hayes, daughter of Mr. Sam Hayes, of thla county, obtained mar. riage license Wednesday morning and were married that evening at the residence of the hrido's parents. Invitation! have been sent to friends abroad io the marriage of Miss Alice Br- bee, daughter of Capt. A, S. McGrorly, of Ed thla place, to Mr. Wm Inbiug, Scotland, Thursday, Nov. 11th, 7 r. M at Trinity church. Mr. A. I. McDowell, who broke his ankloeleven weeka ago, haa received $25 per week from the United Statca Mutual Accident Company, of New York. Ho la still on crutches, but hopes to be able to lay them naide in a few weoks. Your correspondent waa mistaken because he was misinformed, when he said thnt tbe Dmville Tribune, under the man agement of Messrs. Dunlap, Fry and Nich ols, waa to be neutral, politically. He learns authoritively thnt It is to be a straighout republican paper. The two little twin boya of Mr. and and Mrs. William M. Fields, Jr.-MI- IIer Lackey died this week of malignant diph theria, one of tbem Sunday and the other Wednesday. They were a little over three years old, and were bright, lovable children. The parenta have tbe sympathy of everybody. Mrs. Fields was formerly Miss Lackey, of Lincoln county. Mr. A. E. Gibbona has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati. George W. Little, advance agent of the great London aucews, "Under the Lasb," ia at Giltner's Hotel. The leading playera are Mies Annie Russell and Meun, Walter S. Sanford and Hary F. Leonard. Thia company will exhibit at the Opera House Monday night next. Dr. 9. E Wiahard, Presbyterian Evan gelist, baa rented hia home on 31 street to Mr. Nannie Brewer until February next. Until that limohe will go to Uta'b, where he expecta to engage in evangelistic work. He will bsgln preaching at L?gan, Upper Utah, and go thence to Salt Lake and four other centres. Dr. Wishard will be accom panted by bla wife and other membsra of bis family. Mr. A. E Gibbnoi is now prepared to furnish at city prices everything in tbe way of wall paper, paints, etc. In thia connection be deairea to call attention to the following: Having determined to dlscon tlnue that branch of our business, we have disposed of our entire stock of wail paper to A. E. Gibbona. Mr. Gibbona' familiarity with tbe businea renders it unnecessary for ua to mention hia competency to fill all orders satisfactorily, and we heartily commend him to our former patrons. Robert-eo- n Dick-Peddl- A ..wtff Bmn Children Crv m FOR PITCHER'S . steria Cunluur Liniment is tho most womlerftil tho world hns over known." Puln-Cnr- cr Casli, ftaflAi Oaalb Frem (hla elate if c oiler our complete Complete Stock of Jewelry, Call nud bco our stock before rmrchaxlng elncwhcro. At Cost For Gash! WatoheB, Clooka and Silverware McROEESRTS & STAG6, W. Mi ments, Groceries, Salt, Iime, Cement, Hardware, Farming Imple- niniii. 4 V 4 ' Elevators, Jwiixpss, Oicler Mills, &c. WEAREN & MEIUEFEE. Farming Implements and Ma chin ery, 200-pou- WM gggief ffanFi&seB. Wagons, Neei, Etc ld Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm -- JR THE! CINCINNATI (en-hou- WEEKLY GAZETTE! jA. $LOO YES J?LTL. .m The Weekly Gazette 0'-Ha- rra, The ..- Daily Commercial Gazette, Out Premium Ltint , ' 1M-0- J Stmi-50Itehljntrioron- X t flELIOIOUS. bar ha been closed and the three other saloons in town will Ojt of a population (if nearly fire milhave to d6 the work of four. The appeal lion touts, 409,000 perrvns attended church Mc IlEADqOARTr.R for amunltlrh. from the county c.urt refusing license to in London Suudar urnming. Novemboa 5, 1888 I Roberts AHtagR. Stanford, Ky Mr. Burn ltd e will b wgiiol before Judge c E'der PiwellV at tho Broad IIioiikht market price paid for bidet, Morrow in a dav or two. wy Cirlstin church, Lextonton, ia In its UUBtnosa Uanagor. sheepskins, etc., by A. T, Nunnclloy. B. O. WALTON, Tun Election Tim stereotyped ex fourth wtk, with 00 fi.tdllifins. II es UiderdMef. Njv 1, E.d. Joseph : THE-CIIAIVCSpresslon of the correspondents, "the elecAnotiiku beautiful line of Glassware J.H L. A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. A. A. Warren' Model Gro tion nwed off quietly." fi'a the case here Bil'ou writes, "O ir meeting began Friday juat received at xictly. In fact we have neve" teen one nigh'. O.ie addition Iliu-- n would not I M r. u. cery. .,- -. Mall train going North.............. - 1 2S r. . nouin. ............ the midienrn lat nicht, Moro nuon." half so qiiet. Those who came to vote did lVe ifIH from this, ditto until furlltcr iiolfcu hell every thin k i iix, Kxpresttrsln" 8oulb..... At Yoscrnlte, Casey county, Francis M. so and went away and at no time durinir Preichlnj at Mm P.el)Tterian church a A. M. " Worb.......-..- .. " flic Jewelry lino AT COST. Onrntock or Jewelry. Nllverwure Taylor has been appointed postmaster, vice Tha avoto It calculated on sUiiilattl tliao. Uolat and at 11 A. M and 7 the dy was there crowd enough in to ton 1h comjilclo and the Inteht fetyle. T( on Joel 15. Well, resigned. ls About JO nilnuu lutci) need not ask attention. At Dc August election r si. and Sacra uiet,il txrviw Sunday. hiiiI ClocliM attract to know Unit thin is of the Gold & Silver Hind, there were 1.070 volwcsl In the Stanford Dr.Urven, of l)jni ie. w II vtiat the pas-tfi- r MiurcHHoiiofthlHHtati;;htcr; it NOTICES. 10CXI Tun director your opportunity. will lead precincts in the circuit jiidge'n race. This from IWiy A Mr. J.T. Carton, is at homo and Huv your SahooTTlook E'der Jahn B'l ihno. i holding n time the total wit but 590, out of whirh th'o music at the Rink jEniiK ine money TtHh yon. Wa trill iiHlllveJy noli only lor McA lister. " McCresry not auikjiriiy of 120, tiro more mte'in at lijlion. Muor O'unty, His W. atciieh ami Jewelry repilred on ehor CltHll. , A I'ULL stock of double, bieech and thau his majority of 188 1 in ibis precinct pulpit here will ti filled 8imlay by Prof. McAIis lOtico and warranted by I'cnny muzz'e-loadini- ; shot Runs; nlto loaded The apttliy seemed in be as great on the re John Au.mt-.iWillm'nx, of Duighlers' r Cart-ridg- e, shells of all tizei of thot. MeKobert & publican as .in on the democratic side, else Cillee. Huuteiw, ATTKNTion.-Inad- ed of ahol, at l'enny & Mo Stag. Bro G dba-'- a Votes me iog at Campbells we might have gotten badly left t Alisler's. vllle did not pan nut err wpll Trie first The public school, W. F. MrClary were for tale nt 25 to 50 ctntt, but there Jewelry, lateet A comw.ctk stock 'of announce! that tyle. Kockford watches rt specialty. Pen teacher, will begin in this district next were no buyer, and the floaters wont avay sermon he preached tie Mondav. Until the new bouse Is built It huI for enco. We taw but one drunken CimpbeUsville wis better known in hell fticAiiaur. zj t than In Kentucky, and admonisted his will be taught la one of the factory build. man during Ine whole day. PERSONAL. vote in the county as obtained from hearers to fl e from tho wrtth to come. The Iors. was made tie officers ol the election is as follows, The When Ibis annminc-row- n' Mim Mary Vaunom in vlsilinu In of our young men who ought Ihe Several count will not be made by officials here tl'l cnngretion cvmmf need tc withdraw from Richmond. to be law abidinc citizinr, are said to be the church, tnl it is said in a short time Bai.lik Green it the cuest of the running off to keep from testifying before ay: McCnEAnv. Todd. but few person- - remained. The second ser rnEcisciB. Misses JJesiley. the grand jury. Can't the court do tome-thin- g 199 140 moa he delivered nnlv one gentleman was Stanford, No. 1.' CAn. J. E DukkIs back from an exfor them ? 1G1 100 present, and but few ladies, whereupon Stanford, No. 2 tended furlough. 40 Bro. Godbey announ:d that he wan in the 27 Dealor In- For the first time in a long time prohi Highland, Mraeiw J. B Fiaii and J. W. Brown, 80 wrong pew, and would, in the morning, 155 bition g6t a hlaek eye Tnetday. It was in Husionville, of Mt. Vernon, are here. 59 lake bit departure for n more roigenial 81 Mks Vjcnia Ballard, of Shelbyvllle, Paris, where the whisky men won by 187. Ttirnersvllle, 34 climite 64 Columbit SuectaU r Both sides used the strongest efforts, the Walnut Flat, ii the guest of Mr J. R. Mount. CO 9 being employed to advocate Waynesbnrjr, Louisbest speakers Mm Cath Bailey hai gone to 10 38 Kings Mountain, the respective causes. ville to remain several week. icit iriVKBTinnacKTu. ii m 91 109 Crab Orchard, Mb I. Suelby Tevis has gone to hit at noon on CmcuiT Court ranch In Kansas for a month' atay. 578 953 Wednesday with his honor, Judge Morrow, Total, Mn M. D. Cnow, postmaster at I'u. on the bench. The jury in the case of Cable 375 Majority, 3F1013LU- , eblo, Col , la here visiting relatives. against the L & N. for $5,000 damages McCreary's mjority in 1S84 was 343. Vm. Hays and Moore Two good boinet-t- he Mn. and Mn. Dudley Bowman, of for Injuries received while In its employ, This time it it 375, but bis vote is just 479 proper t j. 1 F. ilEID, Stanford. of Mrs. M try W. Bow which was discharged till court met again, Mercer, are Kuesta less than than then, while the republicans man, reported that they were nnable to agree. (ell off 501. Every precinct gives McCresfamily They stood ten for Cible and two for the Mn. G 11. Cuoreunow has his Waintcil---Ciirpeiiter- .s. ry an increased majority save Wayneshurg with him. Thoy will keep the house of railroad. and Turnersviile. Dr. Huffman. I want several Rood Carpeattri tor three months. The trials of John Brier, kz , .'or the Crab Orchard is the bjnner precinct. It Mus. W 0 Sweeney, if Lancaster, murder of Si Singleton at Kings MounMcCresry 75 majority, 38 moro than Will pay good prices. gives paMed thrcuc.h Wednesday en route to tain is eel for the 13th day of the term; HtV.ItUADLJ:, before. We do not know whether to at Lancaster, Ky. 1 to u her people. Louisville Ike Logan, attempted rape, same day, and tribute the gain to Judge Hansford's speech M. C. Weaken haa told hit interest in Jim Walker, petit larceny, sime day, or to the one Col. Welch did not make. . the Arm of Watera A Wearen and sone to Judge Morrow fined Jude McCIure $5 Tho Judge (ays the only time he wss ap Louisville to seek a position. for talking in court Wednesday and when plauded ia his effort was when ho remark A beautiful building lot on 3!iln Btreet StanMn ami Mn Will R Makilk a id the Judge replied 'That's all right, sir," ed that the Colonel was inavoidably de- ford, Ky.,oppolte the Fetnalo CoJIege; the moat ton arrived from Nashville Wednesday Cn he slapped another J5 to the amount. tained at Stanford in a trial. dctlrable kcitlon In the city for a hsndaome resa visit to Mr. and Mte. John 8 0aley. Then Judge McCIure brgan to think it ws The vote for Joe A Cohen for member of idence. Apply to JOHN U. VltAlO, Ky cr ll'.f. CltAIfi, Carlltle, KenCol BrN M. Buiidi.it, of Lincaeler, lime to stop and he did so. . the State Bosrd of Equalization falls a litt tucky. here Wednesday In htjth feather over wat The cases of Lee B. Cjrter for the murtle short of McCreary's, but his majority in hit connty civici? McCresry 27S majority, der of J. W. and Tom Moore at Mt. Ver the county is fully 300. There is no doubt lime it went 38 ai;alnst him. non in July last, brought here by change of that he has been reelected. JESSE J. THOMPSON, Tub fbllcwinc wllneeiei from Rjck venue, were called Wednesday afternoon THE T0NSOJUAL ARTIST. MARRIAGES. castle in the Carter trial, are registered at and thedefendantannouncinghimeelf ready, the hotels here: M. C. Miller, Sr , Jamea he was put on trial first for killing J. W bharlsgand Hair Cutting dons It is said that the Deputy U. S Co! itjrle. Ladles scd Children glreo In the latest particular at Miller, Harry Miller, Miss Kate Moore, Moore. Not a great deal of difficulty was IGMin teoltou. lector is cn the list. Lovelland wife, Frank Bryant, experienced in obtaining a jury, it being Dr. A.O. Miss Lucie Garrison, a Warren county Josh Borelnir, A C. Menefee, F. L. Thomp secured from the standing list and the by- beauty, has just had her wounded flect ColFOUL SALE, eon.A.J. Fub.O. W. Biker, W. II. standers, after 44 persons had been examin tions solaced by a $4 000 verdict against Carter. J. D. ed. It is as follows: Mat Sandidgc, J. M. lier. II. G Sutton. JameeO. the fiend, who promised to marry her and , W. M. Hufl, C. W. r.ng, James M. Fm-rPhilips, W. A. Coffey, J. M Hill, W. M. then didn't do It. McClnrr.O. V. McClurc, Willie Aijamt, D. McKitrick,- - J. M. Wray, R. Near Statesville, N. C, Henry Lskey, Jr., Jack Adams, Jr. Burnett, Van Otfena, J. H. Rsines, F. Rsid, while eloping with MisaCooley, thot and In StiuiTord, J. II. Miller. Mr. Cirter is represented by killed her father, James Cooler, who had LOCAL MATTERS. A Aultnte-- , under adM--I of trujt, of IX. T. M. II Owsley acd Welch fi Saufley, Jcdge overtaken the fugitives on the rca '. Likey Mttlt)glj, the underflgmd will row at H, 8, R. C. Warren, and the Commonwealth' OYSTERS in bulk then fled, leaving thp girl bside hv doid is assisted by Colonel Bradley, H. Mjers' father On Monday, December 6, 1880, T. Noel, D. R. Crpenter and W. II. MIL MissAmy Hewitt, daughter of Mayor Guns! Guns! -- You osn cet n Gun at eort lr. The circumstances o( the tragedy aj AbnmS. Hewitt, will be married Novembir frniintr Court dart In Stanford, Kr-- i publicly at Metoalf ft Foster's. known as tho published at the time show that Judge 15th to Dr. James O. Green, of Kentucky ollr fur aalo the .Mill I'ropertr, wellabout oue arre ol btaoford Flour Mill. It a largo and which la Fkisii stock of French Candle juit re McCluro want into the atora of the Moore MiiM Hewitt is described as a charming of ground on Elcritor, erected, txtldes brick build -a new 34 story Brother) and ashed J. W. Moore to write girl, bright, cultured ncd amiable to an un ocuimoJIouj vlth all the machinery and apparaceived. A A. Warren, Model Grocer. IdK furnl-he- d tus necessary to conduct aoextsnitTO and profitato the mother of tho Huff boys, who were usual degree. ble builnfi-- , Including a modern and lmprorcd Turkeys Wanted. I want to buy 1!, charged wllh , tbat ihe report Sjme time ago Miss Mallnda Myers, a pump worked by steam, tar thopurpiw of obtainA. T. Nunnol-leing supply water from a never falling source. 000 good turkeys at once. ' that they would be killed when they came Harlan county belle, was arrested and tak- The ulocation of about 100 yards from the depot at Is , was untrue. Tom Moore en to the Louisville jiil charged with sell Utanford, oil the Knoxvllle Branch ol tho L. A to town for trial N. Kaltroad. Original cost of property S 000. Go pee the wonderful Automatic Watch answered that they would not write such a ing whiaky without government license, on Correspondence solicited and It trrms can bs sgrecd upon, will sell privately. Title perfect. Jewtell time without hand, at the New letter, a it would bj an ndmieeion that a warrant aworu out by a lover, who waa caih; baUuca In equal In Tesus. per o nt. and IS they had something to do with tho matter. jtalous of a more favored rival. At the stalliuenta of 6, 12 security inoitlu, 6 deferred elry Store. on first Personal McCIure thereupon, as he sirs, laid trial it wab proved that Miss Malinda set Judge Lien retained, L. '. ilVlllll.R, We have just received another large his hand on Jack's shoulder, and asked if ! JLCHAWIjEV, three bottles of whisky in the road and dis171-- t J Aulgueos. Cjuio and tee them. Met-calstock of Sloves. appearing, three men came along and took tint was his game. Tom then fired at & Foster. and Carter'coming to the rescue fired them, leaving the money in their places, COMHISSIOSER'S SALE You cn buy oodt In my line cheaper at Moore, they emptied their pistols at For this tho wai fined a nominal sum and OF A from me than anywhere else. C.ll and be each other, while McCIure and Jack strug- ordered lo spend two months in jail. Char" gled to the street. Then Cirter came out ley Crow, her favored lover, has been in convinced. 8. 8. Myers. Mill and started down the street and as he went the city eyery day tince and from his porch A new and handsome stock of fall goods J.tck Moore fired at him with a Winchester on a beer keg opposite the iiil he has Lincoln Circuit Court, October term, 18S5. ha just been received by 8 II. Shanks. Wyatt Sandldge's Mrs., plfl., ts Wyatt rifle Carter went to Willis Adams' and occasional glimp-e- s of her. Lttters passed " Urs., detts. In Equity. Pursuant to a Call and examine them. in m, ..... Judgment rendered.OCA the ubave Tstyled cause, at reME It CHANT TAIXOK. a double barrelled shot-guback and forth and it was fioally agreed, if '. . Inn..In .wm. .uwu fM..nlt HIS UClOOfr l,U, 100U, Ul mo with au Tifc Rink will open turned, both the Moore boys firing at him tha itiler would consent, to hare their des- Court, I will as Commlsiioner of said court, on programme. The ladies will be ad- as he did to. He then fired, killing Jack tinies united in the jiil. The jiller not I have received and etlll receiving mitted tttn all other persons, large or Moore and with a second shot mortally only consented, but assisted to his full Thursday, November 18, 1880, small, will be charged 25 cents. Skates wounded Tom, who fired at him again af- ability in making the event a success. He extra. ter falling. The dying declaration of Tom gave the bride a dress, tho U, S. Marshal At tbemanilcn houieon the premiers, sell to the highest bidder the following described tract of tour Only two more days to buy diamonds Moore la as follows: "They wanted us to furnished a hat and various other partlet land, situated on the waters of Harris Creek, Hut and miles from UuitonTtlls on the ban-Il- ls Comprising the beif In the market, which will be and gold watchei at reduced prices, as I write to Puss Hufi to tell her boys to come contributed presents. The ceremony oc- tonvllle Pike, 8 miles from Danville, containing cent, discount on such In, that ther would not be hurt. We told curred at the j til Taeiday night, after 177 A. 1 It. and 30 poles, It being the farm upon Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to None in City or Country. will give 10 per which Wyatt Sandldge lived In his life time. Now is your them that we would not write it, that we which the 159 moonshiners enjoyed a dance tfald (arm Is well Improved and has upon It a goods Friday and Saturday. necGive He a Trial. house of rooms goad by them-selve- t. essaryfratns dwelling a young 8 bearing and all ol Call at once. J. C. Thomp- did not belong to any mob and to write in ths building to music furnl-he- d opportunity. orchard outbuildings, e.TJFx.-B'irTbo entire farm ta of the best or land, Mrs. Crow's time does not expire that would be to acknowledge that we did. son, Stanford. well watered and all in grass. McCIure then cracked his hands in Jack's till the l'.h of December. KatdsalewlllbemsdeonacredltofB, 12 and 18 months. Bonds with approved sceur ty required Tue report that Jim Blackerby had run face and asked if that wat his game. Jack with 6 per cent, from day of sale until pild and A Champion Liar. daughoff with Miss Lois, the 18 year-oltold him it was. McCIure grabbed Jack l..i.. ih.hrM anil rrpt of ludiroents. Allen There is a liar in California trying to will bo retained on Ihe land as additional security ter of John W. Long, which has been cur- and I drew my pistol and fired at McCIure. lor the payment of th,'K,l,2010,y- frf, Ji. DA la!.,. rent here for teveral days, teems to be fully Carter drew his pistol and fired at me about head off tie liars who get up the circulaMatter Coramlsiloner Lincoln Circuit Court. confirmed. He sold his horse and wagon the same lime. Cirter and I exchanged tion etatementi for the daily papers. The and the two boarded the train at Lsneaater shots till I saw Outer's pistol was empty. I California ilar says: . ,h in,... tint, and nlipa W. W. and P. "Bill Vanders, who fell through the roof C. i. for greener fields in which to enjoy their il- had one load remaining in my pistol after I Executors ot the lsitwlllot sell to tio hlgheit and best exploded last licit love. The young lady is said to be found Carter's pistol was empty. Saw I of a eawmlll when the boiler bidder about 160 arcs ol knobS land adjoining the Cows and Calves, Blackerby is not could kill Cirter after I saw his pistol was week, coughed up a circular saw and a above de'crlbed tract. AI quite attractiye, while Uouiehold and Kitchen turnt Dr. Wilkin- - put the 1 lamlly Dorse, of stock In the Farmers Nationparticularly prepossessing. He leaves a empty, but would not do it." This state piece of lung ture, five shares wife and three children to shift for them ment was taken by the county attorney and lung back under Venders' shirt and eet it al Bsnk of Btanford. All sums under J10 cssh In Tksms orHaLK. up by the steam gauge. He was so far re- kand; over thai amount, a creui.oi "- reives in the world. eworn to before Police Judge H, C. Gentry. covered this evening that he blew the bot out Interest 'IT. Jb V. C. 8 AX VIDE, Exrs. IF. Shot. A man named Elwards, who It will be observed that it only elates that tom out of a lung teeter, and the water in keeps a shoemaker's shop and confectionery part of the difficulty which occurred Inside the machine nearly drowned a Baptist at Crab Orchard, ahot Jim Hiatt In the the store, This statement wat, however, preacher. BirVEIU.' GUIU1C U It is believed that the ducking not permitted to- go to the jury. Some bowels Wednesday night, under the follow BcyU and March, . the nreacher recsived will prevent him W313 ittfcc, ft ju--incliespviui o cr ing circumstances, as we learn: Two men twelve witnesses were examined for the morning. from wheezing next Sunday 8Xxll were quarrallnp; in Elwards' store when he prosecution yesterday and at 4 o'clock 3, BOO Illustrations a Vanders, who was the engineer at the lime ,ctm ordered them out. Iliatt took it up and he Col. Welch began to state the case for the of the explosion, was not only d)cked for GIVES Wliolcaalo Prices defense. The trial was continued after too was ordered out. He left and subseto consumer on 1I srocula Tor flree. the fifteen minutes he was in the air, but personal or ramrly use. TelUltow to quently called Elwards out on tho street. supper last night and with the speeches the owner of the mill made him 'repair order, aund give exact coat of et or He went, and Iliatt, after telling him he will probably occupy the court all of to- the hole In the roof at his own expense, rat, UrlnU, iTfur, yon "are, fon xrith. Tac OTALUAliXB could not talk to Lira out thero as he did day. besides bringing suit for the recovery of the HOOKS. contain Information gleaned The grand jury has roturned 27 Indict in the store, Rare him a lick in the mouth, saw" from tho markets of the world. M.o snyart at the same time reaching for his pistol, mente, mostly for gaming and minor ofleu-cowill mall a copy KRKE toto defray dress upon receipt of lOct. George Carter haa been Indicted for Cattle are in fair demand in Cincinnati Edwards was too quick for him and got in . o u hear from trilMt Don't vrasta your money on a mm or ruooer tofts. sTtBoln expense of malllnR. Cutely tiaitr and J raoor, and will kp you orr lu Uj( bU&ptd lrltb t Wm ball entering the abdomen, malicious assault on Will Murphy, but at 11 to 4.C0; Blockers and feeders 2 to 4; you. Respectfully, a shot fir.-,thT1UPB MU orth'KISU nRAri"j suctanndUlknootor, .If your A J TOW I 't M"? in but not producing a necessarily fatal none has been found against Murphy for hogs are active at 3 to 4; sheep are steady ifithvfh ..nJgt-.J...y- J MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. jm-cnttint G'rter so far. Cc V'iM WttunMli Avenue, Ctucmio a. -- a ice wound. Wnirj.-Spiendid Bcooy lint -- at T. Tns Myers Hou-- e jl. Walton's. - cxA-sie- : i mei-iln- THE SLAUGHTER COMMENCED YOXJJRS. II ' t ht s all? tc-d- r-- i. It WALTOJY. -- f ii For 172-4- GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, 172-3- tinware:, FOR SAX13! GLASSWARE!!, Q'UEi'EWSVa'lL'R'En Stan-for- d, 172-i- l-t- et Ooiiiectioiis, Tobaccos, Splendid Mill Property, Kj. COE.MAIN& SOMEESET STS. to-m- on-li- ta y, New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citrons, Currants, &c now in stock. . ..One-thir- d pay-me- at f Mo-Clur- e GrOOD GOODS XL Fine Blue ...-... Grass Farm. C. RUPXaE.1T, ht -- New Goods for Fall and Winter, n. a. d Wall Paper, Furniture, (; Cases, Caskets, Robes, WEAREItf, Stanford. 173-t- d - Oi 7 -- .cj Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Bo K.. n, lt CI irifFRwaieP .jhbi ... J " r . Sttttt-8BBlttnorSimn- wl THE DERVISHES OF PERSIA. ALASKA'S THE CURIOUS FORMHRLY CAPITAL. COSMOPOLITAN ENGLAND. ITTTHATSHinT a: MAJ. GEORGE LECTIONS F. WILLIAMS' OF THE OLD RECOL-MA- Climbing Up a Dangerous Stairway. Meeting nn Old Gentleman In tho D rk An Incident and n ItaUe of Salary. I first met tho oltjcr Bcnnott in tho old Herald ofllee," Bald MaJ. George P. Williams tho other day, ''then located on tho corner of. Nassau nnd Fulton streets. It consisted of halt n dozen houses, taken up ono by ono as tho business of tho paper had grown. You hod to go up or down two or threo steps as you passed from building to building, their Hoors being on a different lovel, nnd thcro wero any number of quaint nooks and corners. "I had gono to Tho Herald ofTleo that afternoon to sco ono of tho reporters. Tho stairs leading up to tho editorial rooms wore very crooked and extremely dark, whllo somo of tho wooden steps had been worn into holes and were almost dangerous. Feeling my way up I ncckleutully stumbled on one of thoe broken step and ran headlong against an elderly wlio was coming down. gen-tlem- "MVliero nro yo going?' be exclaimed oiigrfU. 'Why didn't yo keep your oyos open " 'I did bare my eyes open, w as my tni t re- 'But what was the use of that? If Joiniler. this paper I would put n few gas jits in these crooked landings and have tho carpenter mend my stnircaso.' " 'Eh, but that was weel thocht of,' said tho old gentleman, In a softer tone, as we irted. "It was threo or four months after that before I had occasion to viiit Tho Herald ofllco, on an errand to boing tout by Jin. Mr. Hudson. As I went up tho roundabout staircase I noticed tliat it had beon well lighted with gas sinco my last visit, nnd tho steps uere in complete repair. On entering tho editorial rooms I saw the Mime old gentleman coming out of Mr. Hudson's room. As ho turned to go through a" bide door ho caught n glimpse of me, and peering at mo from under his heavy eyebrows said in a dry liaj-mond r tons: u'Kh,'young man. Wo'vo put In the gas and had thoetairs mended. Dlntm you notico thatr ness. '"Yea, sir,' wild I, in my youthful 'And I was glad of it' A LOOK OK CONSTBnKATlOK. fearless- "As the old peiitleman disappeared look of consternation on the faces of n group of reporters near me, so I asked who the old 1 saw n pi Kar furtkar pafUcut.cs ami (k prtatwi snmstIb day with the news of a battle, I loctived a OeaertbliiteUMsadefiwKMrUMtif mtm. nota from Mr. Hudson requesting me to call )M4m on him. Doing to, I learned that he wished and offered me me to join The Herald staff, good pecuniary inducements for the fctep. AVhite e nere conversing the elder Bennett come into tho room, "hen Mr. Hudsou introduced me. I then stated that Mr. Raymond had bean very kind tome and therefore I must decline tho offer. "Dinnawe offer ou mough racked Mr. Louisville & Nashville E, R. Bennett. " 'Oh yos, sir,' I replied. 'But that isn't it I do not wish to leave Mr. Raymond.' the ima.iT " 'I'm vary sorry, young mon, that you 1 feel poslUrely uuixMnfortable. nneially 1 think nil tho better of you for but nuDoyiiig is it to liave one's w if come up your deoeosion. Kb, but little Raymond U a Just in time to Iiear, "From first to last vour fellows like Once or twice 10 TUB winsomo mon to hold LU young tho young host camo to mo in homentefld in ,.M. career 1mw Imii, ami will bo, dominated by ihLZ.. that' the corner where I sat watching this extraor- tho influ'.ni'o of three women!" Worat of all, "Mr. Bennett wrote to Mr. Raymond, I you are exccted U admit that there iikiv bo i1 r ra,,g,it our -i learned afterwards, telling him of tho inci something in all this, ami that tlw sibyl hat my salary was raised to Hudson s But I was delighted to study tlie manners of dent, and certainly made some startling hit. If you umi. T WITU- Interview in Tho flguro in consequence." t,,c,,uo eo liooh iooh it, every on at once concludes And,tvS3a,,d Journalist. you resent bolug told bitter Ikhiw truths. i nmtrn .,,m ... , . ir.. w,m w. tiiAMth n ir-.,.- ,ii jiv that Pullman Palace Sloepors, At the' con'er of tho long room the vouncr j bwior not in rniirmo when in, tt ifiiir-u'I of Trance. of Tho Jlarrlaso unow Icethoim. I to ing he palmist His thetlulw has no redeemtouch h uupieasaut, and features. French man or woman whoso choloe meets aristocrats now heaped up in a nmss nil tho glad to como lack to Sitka. I not go away A with parental opposition U condemned to long movable furnlturo, sofas, ottomans and anymore." Of course-wpoured out ef the he does not strive to Kay what ho can In your waiting beforo marriago can tako place. A chairs. Then nearly every man of tho com- ship in short order and spread through tho favor. Oh tho contrary, I belioo that, un- LutiltsviKo loIViiHhilllc, under pany in turn started from tho bend of tho tow n like nntn. At t ko top of tho ttock is tho der cover of his pretended art, hu delight in ion under 23 and n daughter illeniplilo, without tho consent room to leap over tho pile. Somo stumbled, Northwest Trading company's stoi-- bow wu a disagreeable plaiunens of speech, for which 21 cannot marry ono or of both father and mother; or, if tho parents barrier,two fell, but most of them cleared tho learned to know these establishment?. Somo under ordinary circumstances one would Alliinta, No ono was hurt, but clothes wero FlffmifmiftsTktif disagree, of tho father; or if one be dead, of scoured It for a first choice and got tho pick kick him. On tho other hand, I Imvo heard him butter some of my friends in a manner tho surviving parent Even after tho man torn, trousers burst, and every noblo acrobat Af '. .X..HA- K..4- l. Xloeli, wholly contemptible. is 25 and tho woman 21 thU consent Alohlle autl yivw OrluiuiH. .. Let me put this dilemma. If tin ixilmlst ..w certain contingencies. O I in c is necessary brilliantly painted Indian jkuI-diA man of 'M nnd a woman of 25 have to tlmo to dress again, for they wero nil going spread Ilko n sunburst ngainst tho farther can read my hlitory nnd charactor upon my Oalj onr cbso ie to jolcli In io n oau at tuo ijucucies of liuccleughs. wall; heaps of wooden masis notify their grandparents of intcntlou So and all tho fan- Iwnd, he ought to bo bound by the sjcrecy of tho party broko up, and an hour or two of marriage. The individual is nothing, tho tastical carvings such as tho aborigines de- tho confessional. If lie cannot, he is a niero Lon lm Standard. family fa all. Marriago has becomo one later I met them again, renewed in nppcar- light in nnd in w hich they almost excel. Up hurabtig..-Co- r. of tho trades of parents. Children are forced anco nnd attire, nr.d as subdued in mau-n- the main street of tho town is another store, as tho ordinary undemonstrative- EnglishT.uft minting i:xtrnunllrur. into matrimony or kept out of it as family Inwhere a series of largo rooms overflowing man. terests or selfishness may dictate. Intolllgoiice from Franzensbad says that with curios fairly bewilders the Tliee young fellows had not drank any bfiktoj; liouui on tbe line of this roai will ttttltf Theso marriage laws aro articles of the Coda femolo rollc hunters fairly stormed nnd rangrotesquo wares. i perls) rtei. Napoleon, nnd lwar tho impress of his cold, great quantity of wino; their exhilaration sacked, in Hotel Huebner, tho which THE CABTLE AKD THE CIIUKOH. st.Sm Actnti of this Couipiny lor routef Napoleon had no was simply natural spirit, tho result of high calculating selfishness. Prince Uluuarck liad ocouplwl during UU iv Ac, or write At tho top of Kntalan's rock, on tho edge cent 0. P. A.r,MOItn, (l.l'.AT.i., nioro hesitation in breaking a heart than he health, youth and intimate company, and a Of tho sen, stands th Cplonlal brL'f stai. Tlie same a;ia.tiu.uU In castle. It is a which tho Iron LouUtIUc, Ky had in expending a cartridge. After ho had feeling that whatever they did, their doing it hugo wooden structure, looking chancellor liad wirked at tho more liko a made it npproprinto. They vore a rollicking gained hi utiuo-t- power ho dietntod tho marbarrack than a castle. At 1ho foot o tho malntenanw of the world's eaiv Ixvanio tlie riages of idl hi family nnd all his ollleera who set, but thero was no vulgarity In theirmirtb, rock aro tho liurracks ami scene of tttand u; llht amo-j-the fair Inriutoin houe. A truders. aEver thing would submit to him, nnd quarreled with nil no coarseness even hi their boisterousness. But they broke somo very precious poreelain thin uprinkliug of marines, n few foreign-lookin- g possibly havo touched that the prince could who would not sacrifice their own nfTectloiis was dcolartHl n gooil citlzeiw tlie Uusk of tho to his Interest. Ho broko up Jeromo Bona-part- in their performances. Adam Dadeau's unmiktakablc prize pajier clippings, ipiiUs, cnmllu ami type is hard to find nowadays Letter. marriage nud quarreled with lib cigar ends, toothpkk, penclUand the primiItCUAOMV IS WIt.ll.TII. unci iroupos oi Indians givo a nemblaneo of brother Lucien because the latter would not All Hie PATTKfV-yra- r ,h, w'.Ii I.. u dmlntlli life to this quarter. J t tho top of tho street tive rwcelain iuketatid itelf. Sonui tit the Croat IVtutes Kept I'or oliooflng. fur aoihliiE u put nsido the.wife he loved and marry n a. W f n.iu 93.00 lo tlxfl by stands thr Itussian Orthodox chur h, and this most intrepid iinauera aro Mid to have peneScotch hunting is u gcntleman'a occuimtion. fi.i Tho womeu designated by tlie emperor. trated into tlie san tiim nnd to hnvo triresponsible The ior daro not shoot tho game which stnicturo, with its quaint tower mid split?, U umphantly carried utf tho soap, soap dl.dies, French niarrfagj lawn Iwve runs nil nbout them, and tho rabbits aro as renlly tho lion of the pkico. St. Micliuel's was Journal ?ks Swii'Mlj for many deaths nud a horrible amount of and gkut.vs of the wnatMtnnd, find one I.i pardedicated in 1KM by the venerable Ivan nnd Napoleon is responsible for tlw tame as I.ittciu. Great estates nro kept liero ticular, an unmentionable piece of furnlturo, metropolitan of SIoscow, for years which for nothing ol-- but shooting. They ore not laws. Boston Transcript. n jeweler rcu fraurcd to cover wltli farmed nnd nre often of thousands of acres. priest nnd blihop at Ouunlnska and MItka. gold wir". Pliri IlegUter. I saw In a woods back of tho town an imSometimes tbeio estates nro let by tlu yenr or "Tho Ked Death" of Kusd.i. season lo gentlemen who wih to shoot, nnd mense log. It was in tho primeval forest, I'ropcirtlorii of tlie Caiinltig I1iiIiihh, RusIa U jwculiarly rich In sunirising it lias lieeu estunatotl logs cost of aiwi below it wero layers of 7A.otblif T.w preservation tctiisnud nsHOcintloiH, buttothe most astound- hunting deer In thisthat tlw averagejier stag crosswl-- o and in confusion. ether not lying fruit by tho canning tit fish, vcgctalilos and I laiow lww light bearing tho killed. It is the groat way was 8530 pro em, known as ing ono lately brought Twelve Ordn fer Cm Pep' grouse sea on and tho far below me was the solid earth, for mats of f scaling, U by i.o litcanc a new idon of Wilh your owe tjlwwii jmil f ir; Ptlr ominous title of "Tho lied Death." Its main-lr- s region of Trossaehs thick moss ni.d deep leds of dead leaves !'. nre full nf affixt to lwlieve tliat ha who consciously nro found upon tho moors and tlieni They tlw hollows between the logs; Lut this filled recent years, but to Mich tremendous propor- BOTH OWE YEAR, log, hunted with jxjrrniU nnotlior to MiirerprolongAl pala com-mitions has tlw canning proeew reached that it - u neurly threo feet in diameter, was abovo Li dogs. now n separate iniiusfrj- - nnd' thwisands mortal sin. In order to abbreviate tho a The1; SeottUi moors I had always supposed them all, and out of it from a seed no suiraWugs of humanity it is a matter of cuiployiuant in tho voriuiM rniineries $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), to Ijo something llko tho American swamp or doubt Imbedded lu tho bark hail sprung a which aro distributed throughout tlw eastarn with Hum to kill tho sick, that they marsli. I was treo that is as groat in girth as the log surprised to find that thev are nnd .western states of tho Union, It U aald may le put out of their pain quickly. Tho mountainous land covered with grass and that lien prostrate beneath Ita loots. These association takes Its namo from tho fact that tho that the Iow;buhes known ns heather. Tkeso mighty roots havo clasped that Io in anovor-lastln- g commeii'-e- owning of goodi its u business was In the I'nlted Htnteu iliirlng tho B3E3SA its oxecutlonen.druawd in roil for tho occasion, bushes look liko littlo sprigs of cmbraco nnd stvuek down Into tho soil pino set into ittrangle their victim? with n rod cord, plac- tho ground and thoy have ImjIow. You can conj tture how long tho log Mexican war, nnd during tho robellion It Ol ull tlie rIiiLrnr,Incs. rapidly develojwd Into a leading Industry. ing them for the purpose upon 'a rod cata- on them. They make tholittlo bluo blossoms has been lying thcro in that tangle of I.lTitr.uir t kTAiMSuSromct, ptiiN, iMJiiTiisii S( mighty Iandcupo of tho IJNATTIIACTIOM, (IHIHI0 AltTISTU' tho different articles that nro falque, bwicatli the dull reddish light of on iscouisu uiguuuius roote yut tho log U y ns sound a bit of peculiarly licautif al, and I Tine, ami 1ol'ki'i.i nArrrim. In this way are almost Innumerable, oil lamp. This strange and horrible associatimber as oiiaU likoly to find nnywliero.' can coinparo lUimtriiteil with Orlttwil .Slrtl Vt)uv-iiit- l, to nothing but great hills nnd in addition to fl-- fruits nud vegetables tion wa brought to light by tho energetic op- crowncil with itbeautiful 1'liOtoijriiviirrn, (Ut J'lrliirr uml dark green plants, Cor. San Francisco Chronicle. position int('r;xwl by n mau lu Sarutoi when with hero thro uro oultry, meats, chowder, toups, llnr Itootleult, nitil.hiu it the MiulrlMiija. and thoro a patch of rich dark plum puddings, hah, baked lieans, sauces, xlitr of Amrrtrii. liU mother nnd siiter endeavored to Rtranglo olivo brown, Thero Majfiulue conlalu a couton order rmlillna I'rliini ICnipothlnu'g Ilrotlier. is n velvety tint to tho etc. ; and m tho prejudlco against them, nils-in- g tmKncli his sick w ifo. Ho called In tho authorities, grass here, which wo holder tu tliu ikiil it f in j pslteru Iiltlrtratt.il don't get in America, w ho wat persecuted Alexnnder Krapotkino, from fear of poisoning, has been entirely In tlm rntiiun ilppariimnt In tint tiuu.lx r, and In who havo ulready arrested Bomo forty meiu-lors- nnd tho grtat moisture of tho nlr keeps tho by tho Russian government Into committing nnv of the sires muiiufvciiireii, mnkli t; tho murderous sect. Their organizagrass groon hero tho year round. Frank G. Euicida nt Tomsk last aiontb, Wtti a brother ovcrcomo by tho cxtremo enro oxorciiod in Ii i f ucr tlun- - ilu lor' the vuirof the tho canneries, powerfully Influenced, no tion jitcms to bo a trnnsferenco.froni India to Carpenter in Cleveland DCMOItllsT'H MU i I1I.V H Jntly tinllltil llio Leador. of the Princo Peter ICrap tkine. doubt, by tho stringent laws Muscovite soil of tho wonhlp of Dohwanee, that MixVI yUstr l.iirjft In I'litni.tlie Although only 41 ycaw old, ho had tramlated made, tho consumption of cannedhavo lwen World's In Circulation, untl ihc Urt TWO Dollar Iho roligion of the Thugs. Now York Sun. goodj is Iiru"t Masmxino I'ersoHnlltlcs Jn Trance. many great English works Into d. INS; l'l ho llio Tnrntjr-Ihln- l l'ii voarof It pulilloaMon It U coi.tlimnlly tm Saicvy tvlls, amusingly enough, how Tho was ono of tha foremost nstronomew nnl me- now simply onormoui. Thero aro hundreds prowil nnd to exii'ti-litlIntel vstlug to Cigar Uunlcr. nt tliu lusil Figaro for years twitted him nbout tho slzo teorologists In Itu3slo. After hu rctuni from of packer dbtrlbutod all over the country, of Family Pcrlodlonl v If in to pluce It pnpcit. Inrco cniialn 'i and thoro is n very gi"ent variation in tho ''Did you know that a cigar dealer violates of lib cars. Onco Tho Figaro had attory exilo in Siberia tho government primal mid fully forhaJs him quality of tlu goods packciL Chicago Tri- nimrlo, ri'.xllW IiicIkm, tho law nearly ovory timo you buy n cigarf" nbout him somewhat as follows: A man was to cuter nny university tlliiftritCHl. l'lililliluxl hy W Jtuuliij; Diiiioust, town, to bune. New York, . asked nn officer of n ivportcr tho other tlay. 6eon loitering along the Seine, trying to with nny AND BY SPECIAL AGREEMENT COMBINE!) "Well, no, I did not know it," was tho wrench out of tho masonry tho big iron rings or to pursue further institution of learning, bis scientific work; and Gen. nnriloii' I'orkrt Illble. WITH THE scrilx'i iwponw. "How loes bo lo It?" boats nro fastened to. When arrested by tho this drova him to desjiair. Chicago Tinted Ill ono of tho great picture galleries at "Just this way'" pursued tho otllcer. "You police it turned out to bo Frnncisquo Sarcey. Interior Journal at $3.50 Per 'Year, Windsor coitlo aro sovoral precious caskoU, call for u cigar, tho dealer takes a handful What ho was doing was searching fcr ear IIIvmt Tartlcs In I'rance. among other oxqulslto objets do vertu. from the box, spreads them out . beforo "you, rings for hb own adornment, Tho ArgoAt tho river parties in France, wheru thoy Queen Victoria catered, rocoutly, with a and after you hnvo selected what you want naut. aro just ijow tho fashion, fresh reeds nro emull liook In her hand, and asked tho keeper ao rotdras the remainder to tho box. This is IiEE F HUFlfMAK, wreathed into ornamental devices to deck tho of these treasures which was tho most raro Tho Queen's Umbrella. a violatlou of tho law. Tho 4ealer has' no UJGJWX'XfeJl table, mid witer lilies uro tho only flowers and valuable of all the caskoU Ho uhowed Queen Victoria was presented a few days richt to return tbo cigars to tho box, and 8TANFOKD, EY. ko codld be punished forit," Ehnira Gazette. ago with a specially raado umbrella from admissible Further, tho lady Guuts should her ono mads of pure rock crystal, ornamented Glasgow. Tho haudlo was a round glolio of wear "Jako bluo" or "river green" dresses, with gold and enamel, In thU casket the queen pltved tho biiiqII book General 'j iilfoe Bouth aids Halo Street, two door All tho gra voyards in Paris are fillol. It it line gold representing tlie world, studded and leave tkdr hair floating over their shoul' th Mysts HoUlt pocket Utul?, iiuuotated and marked by ders in "water nymph" faihion. Chicago aid that death furnaces aro a necessity thoro, over with proclous stones to reprcsont her Herald. sdmlnlitered wbsi e PareNltrom Oxide lUunu hand. Frank LmILj'u. qalrcl. majesty's dominions. Uut cremation Is dally practiced. aar-i-end-tT follow TM " "That's Mr. Bennett,' was the reply, and I entered Mr. Hudson's room fatting rather foolish. 'd the war was uoariug "Yean end, and 1 was a . ".spomtarf In tho field. IVeiag Terr lucky In laUng The HtraUl ono ?!- o, they wero swinging to nnd fro on tho tide and then down a magnificent vista wo saw fill situations In nil latitudes, and also notices tho richly wooded slopes of somo glorious of poisons lu need of places whoso addresses height that loomed out of tho vapor and rnngo from tho polo to tho equator. In the bathed its forehead in tho sunshine. Some- "for sale" columns are offerings of coffee times the mist grow denser and wo could sco plantations In Ceylon, sugnr estates in India hardly a ship' length nhend of us; and tho nud Cuba, chateau in Franco and 8ivln, in and air was so chilly that our overcoats wero ranches halls inliiosdeer the United States, and forota In Kcotland, drawn snugly about us, nnd wo wondered baronial wluit tho temperature might be Mown south" iron mints in IUmin nud indigo lUikUlutho east. in Dakota and New England. , Just below an advertisement In this Loudon FIIIST lUPItSSSlON'S. paper o wanted of London footIn the grayest of gray days wo came to men nnd situations I find lids notice, which ccacbmcn Sitku, and very likely for this reason found is from far Bengal: it n disappointment nt first sight. Certainly nEQl'irUCD IMMKMATKt.Yit looked dreary enough ns wo approached It l Mialtrotin, to takaonarr -A HMT CUV88 tne eUijles oi a little cluster of tumble-dowhouses scata native chief In llenirsl. Oooil character tered along a bleak and rocky shore. Wo tmder-stas- d Xn.it be a K'xxl boneman steamed slowly past it, inado n big turn in Teteriaar.v work. Age lietireen SO and 43. deep water, got a tolerable view of tho city Caaiarrird prrfiTre.1. For particulars apply to fiom ono end of it to tho other, nnd then U. St. Jons Kjuo&sa, 11 , OrieuUil club, llan-j- r square, IV. crept up to tho ono littlo dock, made fait, nnd As IncJdeutal to the subject it Is inter-etln- g were all granted tho freedom of tho capital to note that Kugland's mail sendee, for a couple of days. n gray place, gray with a greenish tingo in it the kind of green domestic or foreign, w hlth is of the liost char-ut, gUva every facility for ioetftl communiHint looks p?rennlal, a dark, dull evergreen. There was somo littlo show of color among cation bctiween her Itome ami iltuiit iople; tho costumes of tho people on shore bright ntkl thb (MMtal intercliaiigo Is lapldly on tlw blankets and brighter calicoes hut thcro was incrcawp. Tlw annual growth of KngUud's no suspicion of gayety or of a possible show IwpulatkMi is nbout 1 er cent. Tlie increase of enthusiasm among Iho few sedate people in lier. correioiideiiee lias been going on within the last thlrtj- - years at about the rnto uao came uown to wo tu disembark. of 0 per cen. Thirty years aga the nverago I began to wonder if th;se solemn spectators that were groupqd along the dock wero of letters to oaeh porson was fifteen, a larger average tlvan tlwt of nny ghosts materialized for the occasion; if tho forty-twplooo wero literally dend-ile- ad as tho ancient other country. lUwton Comnieroial Uullttin. Russian cemetery on tlw hill, where tho whito The Palm ltendlaic Niilwiucr. . enwas itli tiieir double arms, tlie upper nud Allow tn? space for a protest against the shorter one nlant, slioue through the sail light "f the waning dny. We had threo little latent crnae of society amateur MlmIitry. Russian makk on our passenger list, dough-tor- s riw practice is as oasy as table tuniint; or of Father MitrorwUki, tho Greek priest working plancheita, and therefore u tpriml-In- g mpldl.r. A couple of hours' study of a at Sitka. They were returning from n conTun Ainonr; Kngllsh ArlAtocrats. vent school at Victoria. 1!. C mvl xrral.t,li. nhilling inaniial and a preliminary examlna-tur- n Tl gayety at dinner sometime rises into blimr over with iUH.Lt at n , !.,.. of IK' i or threo bauds will rositie the hilarity. On n hot night in June not many I joys of a Minimcr vacation at Inane; but no neotasar)' Maaltcring of knowledge.. yeare ago I was dining with a young earl. I hner liad they received the You run hardly now find any social iraUier-ininternal em-fn- e party was composed cxc1un! ely of mon, I braces upon the deck than tho virtue of frt a wefiding breakfast to a picnic, at w hi h ' Us'i rank, friends and associates of places went cut'of thu.i, and iWy became la Ivor d's n i pi members of tho Marlborough club, ' date littlo Ktkan, wbo dignity lwlic.1 the fivs the occult art or science, and a i urioWty wliere at thai time you were expvted always riotous spirit that had ixado them the life of U quite us prevalent a socfai curse a ever it uj iw in evening ureas niter 8 o'clock, ae you Um sljip on tlw way up. waa, of course you liave in your turn, to might meet the 1'rince of Wales. The house your hand for Let um NO L1KX HOME. was a Scutch one, mid after we ixmw the pijier We ate homo a little ituuian oknn at once admit that thoreqnWtmaniiulaUo - . ' of one's hand by a fair Mperimeatcr are not " " nunmj IWWU IlirW mvund tini.'.v..- the table during .Uurnr playing ' who bad boen wx)iking down at Fort " ,"R' altogether unpteaeaut to tlte corpus ik, and n his Ungp,. but now it was v one docs not miu.l banrtng a little hai wleas fpV n .lunc, and two young noblemen wro Pitted S ??, lib nativity. Hew nousenae abit "Uimm of life," "mounts of tho against each other in a Highland fling. Tlie ' elwttlrh ,, jllnjMVln,. , j '', .""."r.i'TC. Jupiter nnd Mercury," "stars" vmfa" anl tlie Ilk.': but I do not liko to lie told that my finger tips aro "quarrelsome," and whvn tb young lnily gravely mvn lier eyes to mine niul says, -- You liave twice betrayed a trust-- , ing heart, and once It mis through avarice," n Conscienceless, Scnu-alistl- e frauds Higher Grades. Among tho religious institutions of Persia the dervish deserves mention. From among their ranks tho noblest thinkers, teachors and poets sprang In tho days of old, but this U tho dervishes nre a lot of long past conscienceless, unscrupulous ragamuffins, beggars, intriguers, fanatics, atheists, sensualists and cynics by turns. They aro all hasheesh smokers (bhengbi), and lead a dissolute life, using religion as a cloak to cover all their sins and Missions, and nearly always in lenguo with tho lulls nnd robbers and thioves. Many of them aro Hindoos, and among their number may bo found people of all degrees, oven somo of tho wealthiest and highest Tho common beggar dervish is a follow of His nppcaranco is pronounced depravity. bad enough. Ho wears rugs, begrimed and filtliji beyond belief. His beard and hair aro left growing, and aro unkempt nnd full of vermin, 'ills voico is cracked and his eyo is lustreless from tho constant uso of tho soul benumbing bheng (hnshecshf. Ho carries a stick, the linndlo of which is carried so ns to describe the Persian characters for "Yah All," and Iwsldcs that ho oslilbita the kashktill (coacoamit shell to recclvo alms in) nnd often nu old tiger skin thrown over his shoulders, and tho horn of nunrgatl (mountain shep), to produce tho horrlblo nolso w lth which ho understands with such jierfectlon to mako n nuisance of himself, no sits down at somo ohady street corner nnd howls at every nataer-b- y his "Ynhhakk" (Oh, eternal truth), without ever takiug tho trouble to rise when soliciting alms. Ho will recclvo money from anybody, even unbelieving rerenghis, but will send curses nnd strong vituperation nftcr people if they have not given him ns much ns ho expected. Many of them will feign insanity, tho better to beguile tho unwary Shcoite, who, like tho Turk, has a feeling of tender pity nnd reverence for the demented. Tho higher grade dervishessty'e themselves Able nsmd, (free people), nud aro generally meuofsoino education, but are, Ilko tho other MndTarraut vagabonds, nnd worso if the opportunity is favorable. They wear cleaner clothes and part their hnir in tho middle, Lut smoke bheng, too, nnd generally have women companions, tho lowest of their sox, along with them. Whllo the lower kind ol dervishes nre too ignotnnt to know anything, this latter species of tho genus nro confirmed atheists, whllo nt tho same tlmo leading a life of Idleness and vico on tho strength of their pretended claim to holiness and pioty. A few, n very few, of tliem, ro still, houevor, men of learning and austerity, ami hnvo pupila and followers. Cor, New York Times. 4 They Aro a Iat or OLD TOWN OF SITKA, NEW ARCHANGEL To-da- y First Impressions of the Settlement No l'laco I.lko Home Tho Cattle and tho Cathedral Logs In tho Primeval globe, . ' Forest. A gtanco at tho general advertising columns of Tho London Times will gtvo ono a Wo wero picking our way through a perfect wilderness of islands, on tho lookout for clear idea of tho ramifications of hcrcommcrco. tho capital, of which wo had read and heard Hero ono will sco inasinglo pago announceso much. Surely tho Alaskan pilot must ments of the sailing of ships of ovcrr class havo tho eyo and tho instinct of a scnblrd or and bound nbout everywhere, and offerings of merchandise in nny quantity and of all ho could novcr find a port in that labyrinth. Moreover tto air was misty; wo felt that wo types, and tho products of all land Hut a wero approaching tho sea. Lofty mountains look nt a few special advertisements w ill givo towered nbovo us; sometimes tho islands ono a clear Idea of England's outlying busiswam npnrt they seemed nil in motion, as it ness connections. Hero among tho wants nro calls for men to A Glance at the Advertising Columns nt Tluics SInll Service. the England owns more ocean going tonnage than all tho rest of the world, and. her trade for foreign lands is more extenslvo than that of any other country. Her merchants and her ships aro in all ports. Tho traders of London seem to havo tho most intimate connections with merchants in every quarter of tho " PI.A1T. LOUINVILLE. V) MYERS HOTEL, 8TAWFPHP, B. H. BURNSIDE, TMa Old and Well - XnOtrn Ex . Absofutoly Pure. Turl . A uisrvdolimtlt), Tblil powUr bnlewiutiiM. Mire cconewlosi itrwiglh suj cola tlun tho oiilliisrr klmlt, tnJ esn net with the mu iliudeof lev test .tbon ti.-liowetfkt u'um or phMphste porvien. Baiianlj Id lloTAtUtKiMO PowMa Ce, (eat. ica.Wsii Sir.st, tw Ynf r J 1 Hotel Still nvr AI1D- - - Hot, al DR. VT. Hlnhiurdi - B, PENNY, rtsxisT, - tpnoiHtnfkUi, n Attn- tlon to Oomfert of tbjr Gnoid. "Hi lie Jc u8 8tAr in iiMti I Jtontttolcy. 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