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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886110901 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. 0 VOL. XIV. riil kin Intefio $.. H , ? STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1886. MUX.ES. NO. 175. t HUSTON VILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Madison. On Tuesday, last week, John II. K. TAYLOIt, re monetiztlion and bl melalllsm and bond calls, when old man Gaitln was clamoring E. Foo, a white inau, and Belle W. Walk Of fXJOAN COUNrr, la a Candfdtts or the offlea Friday's Inteiuok Journal was not Twenty to oJ rearllng Mulw,15of them mires, ofSuperlntendent of Publlo Imtructlon, aubjset loudly for a meek and low'y pickled pig's er, a young colored woman of this place, on haud up to Monday tnornicg for i tie. Oilloa or sddrcet in at Lancaster, Ky. to th. Democratic t ton. J, fj. VAKT1H, married. eloped to Cincinnati and were foot. - Of course the "cold wsve"paid us the PttblUhcil Tue.iMu onl FrMail 8o it has gone nn. Oje hundred and According to the lawi of Kentucky they compliment of a violation AT Bargain. four times the World hss goni forth from could not marry here, nor can they now No proaohing in town Sua iy,except at ! and has the African church. A church ediSde has 03 this office to beg for a church festival, to live herr. Fooa Is a brick-lay- er I offer for sale prlrately In 8 tan ford, Ky,, a rery Mr. W . H. AnJcnon, praise the feeble song of a young lady who lived in Richmond for a year or two. He iuU been finished on tho site of tbe old forAa nprwentatlreof neat br Ick houie sod Teller desirable residence with seren roimi and porch-WeunoVrstocJ If w. credit that 11.50 will bs bf water at th. door; .table, amoke houre, til. prlrately hit Atenue In Stanford. lot of re.idce here, and hsan't the manhood to came herefrom Garrard county. Two year Roberta' Chapel, near Mr. Daniel Stagg'a two arre. on Bomin.t The Ac. About an aer. of ground in tbo lot. For and d.manded. place hai all tbe neceuiry Itnproremcnts and Ii a term., bought n JB. O. A LFOBD, 4c, apply to buy half adcian exixu containing the puff, ago W. A. Finnell, of this county, The dedication services will be held on the Tarr ae.ir.uia on, win on or auureas m mourn 163- Agent for J.R.Allord. to congratulate the groom and to sympa- - lack of Mr. John E Gstei and paid $300 2i Sabbath (N iv 14) Rsv. Mr. Pierce, of ford In regard to It. VV. P. WALTON. lCMt McROnEIlTH thlxe with the woman, to siy a kind word fori. At the recent term of tho common the Methodist church of Dmville, Is to of for the man who had painted his front pleas court Finnell sited Gales for $1,000, Gciate. The point is some three miles ! Ye Editor's Farevtell. fence, to say plcasint things of people who claiming that the jick wis worse than from Hustonville, of easy access by turnI am dally opening an rlexant line of Fall Millinery, Including all In tha ImI Issue of the Buflklo Wallow did not deserve it, to whoop up the county worthless. The Jury rendered a verdict In pike. Persons from abroad will meet a A valuable block Farm contalnlug 318 Aereo situated 1 mile from Crab Orchard on the Stanford The Latest Novelties of the Season. lVbrM, wa Cod tlio following. fair and the Fourth of July celebration, favor of Finnell for $000 Toe cue will cordial welcome. pike. "With this number the time seems to only to be badgered and bullied and eat up be appraled. Since our lait reinrt 22 cars and rjomi over aims, Th. two new Alio Notions, inch as Handkerchiefs, Collars "Haste to the weddintt" was illustrated tide Caflj, fully arrieUt which lo cease the on by people who were unworthy. shipped from Rich- last Wednesday Ufa. party of young ladies In Stanford, onHoath tne of Main itreet, built by and Ond Itucblng, CoraeU, Buttlei, etc. You of cattle have been hire rmaenro in wnicn will & Hon. me at th. rooms lately vacated by Smibrick aim umier ley A Warren, next door lo the Mrers Home. rjubocribrri who do not gel tbolr papers mond. Of these 18 cars, or 321 cattle, were and gintlemen, who, under the leadership I .m now llrlng. JiJI.OirSKKY, publication of this paper. Mnr of our 1UI-Stanford, Ky. KATE liVDDEUAtl' this Inua To hcreaflcr will know why ii that way. Tliey bought In the county by Mr. B. Kra for subscriber! will not een Ret of a distinguish d Profesior and a festive we were not permitted to will understand that their subscriptions Lehman Brothers, wero shinned to New Doctor, repaired to Dinrille to aid in a be brief about It, remove our pilot ptpor from the Adam aod tho paper, also, have expired. Thoee York and go to Ejrops. They cost Leh marriage ctnminr, and discovered to their Storc-Kooi- u Express office thl week, although wo hate who think that a publication Is n public man Brothers about $25,000 and the freight great digital that they were exactly a week MT VERNON, KY. IN STANFORD on them to New York was $1,513 Price too econ. neter.lo these columns, said aught against trust will do woll to apply elsewhere. ' in This Goo O. Birnes Readers of tho World who find a Urge per pjund 4J to 4 OO.-Mr. Adam or hi jus'.ly cMebraieaoxjiraw. 8) many removals haye been mado re In Tbe IiaydtnI arrangement. th. ttit to Stanford, taining old and reputation. Hotel la .till mainlocation an Apply Its One Charges roasonable. We) have paid many a dollar lato Ibe C 0 red crofs and a notice of sale on the front continues to preach In Richmond and has ceutly among our population that we proSpecial attention to the traveling public. IF. a. WELCH, man's express com- door of Ibis office will know that their sub a crowded house at overy meeting. Ho .D. detriment of this 1G3-- U Stanford, Ky. pose to issue a new directory for the guid11. V. XEWCOJJfi, I'ro'r, physi-cla- n Mt. Vernon, Ky. pany, Before we came West, our' scription has expired. and his JariO audienefs sjem never to tire ance of strangers. Mr. Rinnick is at More- cod told u we could notlWe without We resign hero to accept tlo portfolio nt ht fuTorilo theme God is love and land, J. W Reid at the Cooper Hotel, Jno. for haT dS: of biscuit shooter in a restanr.int where nothing ele, the author of all Rood, while Ellis at the Van Arsdale property, Ed liter oil, aod IndeeJ, he wai D Iker oil. the time food is an every day occurrence. we not been a C 0. the divl! Is tho author of all bid. He wll Hood in tbe old Rsld and Portman properWHOLESALE since wa started the papei? Two years sgo wo joyfully salulatoried probably leare hors al the end of the week ty; Charley Bishop Is improving the Con cr'u-llo- ui Tho Photographer, & The Ut remark It offered a a To day we have Involuutarily valcdic otorl A. question box is open overy night for the way residence, Joel E Huffaan goes to 22 West Swan Street, Insult lo nfery unpild auWcrlbsr. d."-fNye. In Bonton Olobs. of all questions you may wish lo Liberty in tbe capacity of county judge recepliou uny omit it. Or we ask. He continues to anoint and says that and clerk of Casey; E D. Kennedy is in BTy. BUFFALO, N. Y. 7ho Siren of the Slipper. , will k o them personally and apolosir J. 75 pir cent, of his patients recover. We do tbe Weatherford property; nnd G. B. Cjop- "Come, drink, I Imploro you!' two n it let ii. ssrlouily ret law the put Hlghfetcaih price paid for White A.b, Black whether or not tbis is n hi;;h av er has transferred hi lares et tnata to StanGladys J.yhawk'a low contratlo voice-- so not know Alb, Bed Blrcb, cherry, I'oplar, butternut, years' history of tha World. Waat Cnoitnut, Oik, Maple, Hickory, Walnut, Quarersgo. Let the physicians say. What say ford. low as lo ha almost decollelte -f- altered our Intered Whits and Bed Oik and Sycamore. Register. we not done to aid and cncour-Rye, eons of Etculapiur? The New Congressmen fligginu as aha whispered this exhortation to the A. C. SiXE, Industries and advance the fant Southern Asent, Kentucky has no epcclal reason to be tei'sholl tinted ear, of which Clislon Mon Rottenness In the Public Printer's Office. t Wallow? Slanfurd, Ky. commerce of Buffalo macs: buuce'3 will be a start- - proud of the delegation elee'ed to Congress punctured tho poMHatd two. She Some of there days there Let our nice ebow whether we hare done liapan cspllal iemarkwith a convuliive sob, as If hr I lint exposition of the way in which ex- - on TUBHliy. Heretofore tbe average oi what we ear or not. Lit reluctant Buggy & Implement House. NEWPORT NEWS I MISSISSIPPI VALLE?, past, larynx had slipped lis mooring , and at the Public Plotcr Rjunds managed lo squan ability of the delegation lias been rasf ecta-b- !e piw over our pace, covering tbe ao supU not brilliant, while a few individuals eonrd the young man felt his whole bell der tie pub'.lc money. Ink and other THE and answer if what we now .tat be not I haronow t plies are now being purchased for one ball have altained a national reputation. No thrill ai it nefer thrilled biforr. i a. 'Nevei'" he cxcUimed, wih a fa?e tha or one lourth what Rjunds paid for articles such reputation cin be hoped for by the A Pull Lino of Whoat Drills and Hare we not, l the InsllR'Ulon of lead condition of would have earned hlra $10 a week as tho Ilia" were inferior In quality lo the new new member just chnecn There ate Mescrr. othor AgriouIturQlImplomGnts, laz dtit'ru her, usouie.l tbe cm-pinsupplies. Of 15,000 poucdi of Ink purchaa Sione and Liflcon, good nitured enough, was dead, and curnnrj villsln "t an 'Uir'c Tom's Cabin" Besldcia treda, when traffi: Kentucky's Itouto East , ed during tbe Uet yrnr o' Mr. Round.' ad- but givinp promise during (heir service nothing bu a hollow ro'raorj? FOB Full Lineot Buggies and Wagons of it cost from $2 thus fur of no ability beyond making in 8t, Init, lhfrs twi; but ministration They wete Hata w rut. through thecolumns of the Washington, Philadelphia and postmasters. The Third district elects Always oo liatd. In connection with toy Ima bink bB l on0 Ml1' they were to be pitied rather condemned to $5 per pound. Mr Baucdlct does not J' Now York. r,v.. plement baalncaa, I will alio carry a They were born there and know pay over SI 60 pir pound for any Ink now, a uisn of very moderate capacity, as do the of fart, for a fcr that 'Xhoouly line running INhod here, "vhr, a a uiaiirr belonged lo one of the and most of It he buys for lew He invites Fourth aud .Fifth. If Carlisle is deleated Complete Stock or Lumber, year the piloflle hire hw -- d lo sell no bitter. Gaston PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS old French families, while Glsdj's father competition and buys in the cheaprst end in tho Sixth, it not only brings forward an Both rough and dressed. Pilcca on ererythln j ai Ajtn . nu lake the pay ml of the Mori? stamp. bought all of obscuro man, but lowers the standard ef II t not been esr and frolicnoinn hnd niado a fortune by invemirg a patent beat market. Mr. Riunds SOLID Eitm as any oue. They wero aell matchclfnd his ink and somo other euppliea from his the delegation by retiring the si ongeetman FROM that the world at coik--crtIn these column Monte brother In law In Chicago. Most of the recently elected from the State. Congress- I eollclt aibaroof your patronage. IUipcclfully. Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ej. not tumble to tho wee the world, said that when Gallon laric intent to Washington Oity, is the lovely heirtss lo the altar Ihe supplies of varioui kinds he obtained either' man Breckinridge, who is I, 31. 11KCCE. . nllhin ue? Have we not joked and pur.ned span led the Connecting in the ume depot with when the shrill giod old city of St Jouis knew no happier from or through his re'atlves or pergonal strongest on the list and most apt to attract and frolloked In print, Fast Trains for Now York. wll, proprietor of a "soft snaj." thao he. They friends When uew printing presses were. attention. Then there ra McCrearr and north wind waa whlprlui: -- "'0'1 The Direct Koute to now and the wanted bis son wan made the unnecessary Tanlbee, caci with the rtcoid of one rps utre sitting in the Iwiliaht Lynchburg, Dsavlll., Norfolk and all Virginia bis icy breath, 'he hath no underclolhins and North Carolina Points. its uiual middluujan, through whom tliey wera pur- slon to stand upou Judge Thomas, from ! gloaming was just whaie'ei?' For tickets and further Information, apply to to tVe ton in gloam, while the purple hsz) of coming chased. Sjiae way was nlways found for a the Ninth, is a mati ef good character but your nearest ticket office or address W. W. MonW have ever bjcubyil VROM IVUKSCI roe, Oencral Agent, Lexington, Ky. night was doing business nt the old stand friend to mako acommisiion, and much of mediocro ability, while Judge Finlcy, of wtiioh w lived, and this I t act in uur ci No Trave,cr Returns Nick W.C. WIUKnASf, II, W. FCLIiEK, been to As Gladys tillered the words with which the supp'.iei was wasted or destroyed by tho Eleventh, hae made a reputation during 2d Vice President. Gon'l I'aas'r Ag't. reer shbm how loyal the town baa ono while not being kept properly. Printing ink, for his 20 years of public life hardly cnditable LoulavJUe, Kr. buyei ihould coniult In tbeaotlgbt times O.her MWijnrer men with .lewer our story opens she stood with ui you to be carefully kept to the Statu which makes n Congressman of his own intertill. Why abouldyou give one merchant 50c for an aitlclo when can buy the brain, and In b. tier town, bro grown al arm about Gaston's neck, while In the op instance, which needed sattemperature was expored to him. -- fLuisyille Commercial of the 4th. aama thing from another for ice. To do this la not a slipper of white at a moderate llueot. Low browed iiuroalLts aleewlere, posllr band she held Justice to ycunelf or family. In tho the weatrcr when tho thermometer was at sure to get by liuniah be in, The atln had originally been intend There is no articles. next pUce,! you shouldatbeany nrlco. gold As to SnAr.Y Limb3 In loam that are pipalateJ Poor No are dear f- ed for a ball dress, but Gladys found that zero, so that it was rendered useless. Prinwith wardrobe that she where la this more ao than in Medicines. You Concert Grand, part of an uctret-ses-' iwjt, have done well, while we were might ai well pay 50c an ounce lor aaw dust aa fo ters' rollers, for which high prices thrown there was a superabundance of material should glvo so much attention and study to inert medlcint a. ailed and rapid oouslituenoy, liavo Parlor Grand, her-sel- f Bourne hasiuit received hla large stock ol Medpaid, are in stock to day that never have as her stockiugs. There are certain rules years and now Ko forth in fscl enough fot a pair of slippers for -o beat away our Baby Grand, icine, of alt kind. Every article fresh from the scheme waahbsnJon and never can be ured, The so the bal!-Jrand beon ueJ about dterslog the legs that must be fol- manufacturers. He now has the nicest aod cheap- , only with what U exempt from seirnro Upright Grand, gooJa, ahow cam article., A ed and the slippers made instead. woikmen and fjremen of Mr. Rounds' time lowed to secure a good effect. Now, in fancy est .election of fancy Lauure's Spectacles nnd oyo sale. Ac The calebm ted Square Grand. readily admit oil Tho b:it brands are still there and they "Drlnli' w- - r..i nnlet whn tho convmlion stockings, the lower part should bo dark glasses aapcclalty.warranted. Splendid ot mixed Jewelrr. ralnt everv can We are opculng tbe most carefully selected, the a tone thee things. It is ssld by the employees The monosylablo was uttered in and tho upper part light. That gives the sewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' finestand btst stock of made i! nomination for rueinbrr of Ai half a mandate; yet that Mr. Bmedict haa been more around, effect cf smallness at tbe ankle and plump- - goods, chromos. frames, lamps, brushes, bxiks ol aetnbly laet year and aseMed in hit olec that waa half a prayer, all kinds, stationery, a trousiud articles for tbe PIANOS AN! OKGAXS citigrandmas, mat aunts and tho smartest baGs.stou vouchsafed no answer s.ive the low, and has given more attention to the affairs neai at the calf. Reverse the position of dear tbe business --Jenat tiou Iwciueo he waa a Buff.lo Wallow by in all duriog the couple of Crer brought to this city. Lverr luatmment I. he solt retrain 01 "set saw, wmen no unmicu of Ihe establishment tho colors snJ the leg will look as straight zens, well knowlou' oe" then" that the prldo of an artlat and prices ranga from 10 to ou pensively. Tne girl was maddened. Strikmonths he has bren here than Mr. Rouuds and ungraceful to put him-el- f a stick. Then if the dark Dr. M. L. Bourne's New Dras Store, 25 percent, lower tuan otother dealers ask lor the would ha the firt win v AcStanford, Ky. same goods. Persons musical and art culture . nnunirr. We knew that he ing a mad iceue in "Artlato 17" attitude did during all his four yoara'the term. go all around the lower pari, .i. are Invited to an Inspection ofthe beautiful, culti Improve shade dcei nut counting officers say that vated, renncu tons ami artist designs oi tneso she exclaimed: a pia to an it should be at the back and not in front, wou'd take any thin from initrumcnts: CULTIVATOR "Gaston, you havo said that youjloveme. meots already effected by Mr. Benedict for in that eve u Kives the ankle n fl it 1831 Qy water melon. But everybody raid Tho World-renownc- il Knabc, tho Fa This slipper cf mine contains will save the government hundreds ol ihous look. The horlery that is dured with an flien listtrl nominations, wo s'iould stand by the Washington monsUcckcr&h'on, the l'oimlar Eva man two quart bottles of champagne, sparkling amis of dollars every yenr imitation boot cmtng up to the swell of ? Jong as lb nominee wai erett aud llio Kellablo New Ens-lanLru-latur- r, and delicious as champagne alono can be. Pott. the ca'.f gives lliii lig tne brst appearance who ilrod ht re. So he went to the The brst ol tbe Pianos, reading of the young men M Interview with an Actress. Neaiilyas Good as Mamc Twain b worked for tho betur protection of I have been AGRICULTURAL WEEKLIES. Tho Celebrated Olough and Warren and White Su'phur Springs who drink cham-pain- e Frcii An old genlltiuin nl Tewkesbury ev munkrois and duwiud his neighbors ou the John Church & Co. Organs. fain Bucklcti's Arnica Salvo from the slipper of n belle. a.asou, ThoCouutrr Gentleman Is the Lead tec Jour for mnuy years rode a blind horse. Tho ery corner. His pay waa $250 for tie beat dilvo lu the world tor Cuts Uruliu. nal of Aiocrkati Agriculture. In amount and me Tho Pleato communicate with us for catalogues, term If you lovn $300 would emulate them kighlle, the sued, which list! probably Sores, fait Khcum, Fovor Sorea, Tettor, Chapped practical value of content!, In extent and ability nd price. ou1 of which he succeed in pijtn8 -of correspondence, in Quality of papr and style whisky bills, after which drinir n good fencer once, had learned to Uandi, CMlblalui, Corns aud all Skin Eruptions, cf publication, It occupies be first rsnk. It Is beS. :. V lu J. COOK, SpcUal Ag'ts, been board and $U00 citanford, Ky. Iti harsh, firm tones the young, man an- jump whenever iin rtctlved n hint that be and positively euro. Piles, or na p4y req uired, I, lieved to have no superior In timer of the three Or KOii: R. I'.ICUAUD, by a eytem of riKl economy, ho ho found a two swered: Mrs E, M. Carpen-te- r, after a ruu is guixantood to glvo porfect tatlsfactlon, or monoy chief divisions of Kcferenccs. A. II. was ttedred to do eo Oae day, Iurcha had still iwi1i Ml lieaz-le-- 5 cents pjr box, For eale by J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore nnd James Orch-ai"Gladys, heaven know I love you; but ,!.!.. I... Farm Crops and Processes, i.nrlo onrrn Imntlnc mn wertf refunded. Price Stauforu; Mrs. Mnggle liolnits. Crab moment horae and .wU the rand Jurv. o Penny a Me Vllster. W. J. Iodraui ajd Miss Llzslo Huff-drink twa qiarts of rinn atone nlghl-tUcn. I can not uulng in Ihe bar of a hotel about big More than all thai, we have an up lJS'lyr Horticulture & Fruit-Growinuau, Lancattir, Ky. fell gulp. Tnat wrro mailnes'l Girl, you A'onderful Cures. A and punct! jump-- , and the owner of the bliud hcrse aad oarrad cJit Live Stock and Dairying, W.I). UoytA Co., wholesale and retail Drugi lain would ge,t uic piriljztcM" stoutly maintained that that animal would uate tho bllexl speecnoi ..I thii man, gists of Borne, Ua., say: "Wo havo been selling And o raying he strode into rhe gioim- would not think him obstaole which noi.e of Dr. King's Kow Discovery, Klectrto Bitters and While It abo Includes nil minor drpirtments of ruJump over a singlo that ni fcllowmen ral interrst, such as tbo Poultry atd, intomolo All ing Urecnhouro and Graptry, Vetertheir humem would leap. He was ready to Bucklen's Arnica Salvo for twa years. Have nv-e- r gy, tho intellectual blight that he With a shriek of agony Gladys observed: breica the ro goods that sell as well, or glvo such inary Itciillsi, 1 arm Quritlom and Aniwers, Firehandled through Ihe eaoipilRO his imitation back hia wcris with money, nnd, is ildu l.eruims, uonidiic economy ana a summary "I shall hayo ;o drink it inyel'l"-Ch- iof ted eyed rum, made four bets universal satisfaction. TIuto have beon somo ol tbo news of tbo week. lis market lleportsare suit of the conversation, he lloalud about in a pool wonderful cures effected by theso medicine In tbls unusually complete, and much attention ii paid office aUocliiR csgo Rambler. of j each on the aubjict. Very soon the city. Several caws of pronounced Consumptlsn to the prospect of tbo crops, aa throwing light uplike specimens in a iltcloi'- liuportaot questions When 10 tho Then he ontbeboumofajarofnlcohol. A fly waelwly disponing, hiiueelf upon four spcrtsmen repented of rWking thrlr have bcn entirely cured by the use ol a lew bot- on ons of when mostmil. It is liberally Illustrated Tho direct through line nnd old established routs to buy and from To.iav. aa the re Ihe celling, when a spider, who had been ....,. rt rH.blv. Thn owner of tho blind tles of Dr. Klcg's New Discovery, Ukcu in connec- and Is Intruded to supply lu a continually lucrca-slo- g niuM ..i i degree and In tuo best ssnioof tbo term, a Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis watching thelly In Ihe vain hops that he Knr-- P nut down n straw In the street and tion with F.lcctrlo Bitters. We guaranteo them' is gay and fr. In Co njitot our toll, be (1) and all points in the West. llfee bit-il- x?nld corns in his direction, dually called .i.i. n0r,.iliniPil the "obstacle." He roda always. Sold by Penny A McAllster. Lire, Agricultural NewHpaper, ads, while we go forth to. beln Two (2) Daly Trains from Louisville to 8t. Louis, memory of havin drop In up to It, and tho blind steed, responding to ou : ' I say. Mr. Fly, won't you Although thi Country Gentleman bus bren An Enterprising, Reliable House. once moio with tho Tbroo (S) Dally Trains from Cincinnati as below greatly enlarged, terma Into eociable this1 mornink?" his call, "rcse at the rasper," cleared it with to tit. Louis. Penny A McAllster can always bo relied upon when paid strict y tbe advancs.continue u.l.ied and Intellectual ansleworm moth amlbi a lu everything hla One copy one year, S.' S ; lour copies 810, ard an Only lO hours from Louisville and Cincinnati "Tuanks,"Hid tho fly; "raodertv forbids-I'- a bound four feet in the air, and covering not only to carry In stock the bsit of a place where ho could mirset tnvt. Louis. ol for such articles as have additional co;y for the year lice to tne sender not In ycur line this morning" Mor- twelve fet of ground at least. None of the but to secure the Agency popular with tho peo- the club, 'leu cope. SvO, and addltioo.l cjpy ono Tho Only Lino by . catou 101I. , , p merit, and are which you carl tree oi nuu.i'i al. -- All folks are not fools, even If their other four horsea would rise at the alraw, ple, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of being al yearB"All to tue ruiirail tneciuu raylcg In ad- got a Through Stooping Car We have stood by the people rew aubesribers for 1S57, br-- n we hate irom beads are turned upside down occasional. aud the owner of the blind hore was 20 way. oaterprlilngand ever Tollable. Having se- vauce i ow, win receive tbe naner weexiyiS)7, tne Wallow In every way while From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. receipt of with reuilltuuce, to January J, cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's outchaieo the Preclmtin copies -- Court Journal. paper. Wo have maintained ly Address running this the richer. New Discovery Ut Consumption, will soil It on a LUTUEr. 'H'CKtli a tun, runnsne .. night and HPlm W. fir TVT I" the only lino running CO JJU.. turougb irom Louisville X Uo thai, good order prevailed here The man who minds his own business aa Albany, New York. positive guarautoo. It will surely cure any and and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being would hardly warrant he ought la ve'dom Idle York editor has opaofcd a sub- every afloctlon ot the Throat, Lungs and Chest, Now "Brilliant mou day, when the UcU mad. up of a combination of small roads. ..... ... W havo. uointod with were born with black eye." Insolent men scription for a monument to Isaak Walton. and to show our confidence, we Invite yotttocall yet eefdll!y rrceranxm IUIB Sliluu" " ' a n, town remedy deserved. nd get a Trial BMtlo Free. (1) Tho Ohio A Mississippi Railway run. Palatial Is eminently The charity that bi- - Such an honor prldo to our peaceful record get theirs later ou. 'C.r.llB od to us jcCooribcr. Sleeping Cars on night trulns; i.uxurl.ut Par and ;leu FltOt DATS.l very few men who of the lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coacu-e- s Wa bat Oreen's Electric Oil cures all aches and pslts. glna at hnme sometimes ends there; it la Isaak was ons of tho yaauuu4 mi ui able, sad I.sold coatlder. when the low refrain evry cxi It on all train:. laMBlrlctus. stealing through bac g itta utUfiMlcn. "Castles in the air could go a fisblnvr. and catch a trout that For sale by McRoberta A Stagg at SOc. toofeeb'e to go out. coolu to lla male, oime Direct and close coonectlons aro mads lu 0NIOM VrdiBlkyth. pious in asked the Alcott it Lilt, Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at DEPOTS with diverging lines by IheO. A M. are cheap " Not if a fellow has constantly didn't increase two or thrco imunu the qi M night. We have llmiClctluJCa. Railway, thus avoiding trobleiom. transHud ion. N. Y. SOc, at McKoberta it Stagg'a. Philadelwelcht before ho not home Clnclnn.U.1 prudish East to come and dwell with to keep them lu mental repair. fers by other routei. and Ohio. that no stranger over phia Call. by DruftiiU. Soli Tbe Ohio A Mlulsilppl Hallway Is the only lias us when we well knew who bad to be car botween LoulsvUlc, Cincinnati and SI. Louis It troubles a woman TtU 41.00. In a plug uodrr one management, running all lis walked the length of our street A Chlc.go young lauy was gaaiog at the rled by o fireman down a ladder from a friends about It, tain through Mild and In consequence bat and lived to tell his Is recognised Flrst-Cla- s. "When Eaby waa .lck, wa gave her Caatoria, Routs bethird-stor- y window to think of all thevalu Bartholdl statuo. of boiler Iron. tween tooie Cities. tbe hat was made unle-When .ho was a Child, .ho cried, for Castor's, Gran J!" she exclaimed; "superb! loveli! able she had to leao behind, but It troube Apply to ticket Agent, of connecting lines for glorious STANFORD. KV. full pinltulara as to rate, time, tuapj, clrcuhrs We have also boomed our When .he became Miss, .ho clung to Castoria, too sweeil but, George," sho said, turning her more to think that she HhouW bare write to It had nothing to warrant W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor or any dralr.d InlDrmatlon, or II. FORMAN, when ROUT. When she had Children, .he gave them Castoria, her ecort, "hew very small the feet happened to haye had on her other stock. page after to Trav. Pan. Ag't O A M. R'y, Somerset, Ky. ' We have wrlt.eu W. B.SHATTUC, JOHN F. IIAUNAIU', Inise. . Slse of Stagu. JOaSO. Eight coioi.let.ieu ef Been. bracing mountain air, when aeeml" Geo. Pan. Ag't, Prei. and Uen'l M.n'gr, J lory. Boating capacity, Incluilng gal!ry( CCo Ssraaparllla. n.M .. ...our-i Howls your blocdt Use Green's aud coldr; Cinoltirmtl, O. iiTnili.n sunsets and Use Q teen Cough Ualaam for coughs r. rVKannnablf ratee to cool Mtrartvonf. oeeu im" , McKoberta A Stagg atll. I? or rtle by A ,"B, for iwo days We have writ.oa about Ii loo SOc. For tale by Ucltoberti Stajg. Bute-Conren173-l- m l'BnA.NNUM,CAU. Town Xot For Sale i: J. For Sale at a FOB SAXE itoro-ron- MILLINJGRY. II !C2-2- For Rent NEWCOMB well-kno- MOTJET Ray. Store-Root- rilt, E. II. FOX, Danville, - - G, KLIAS TIMBER BRO. LUMBER, Blll he Frames Made to Order. 153-l- four-Qfih- a 4th-cla- A TRAIN 112-l- rr BOUJEWXJS ch PIAMOS! l- es c. coie-bral- "IE Country Gcutleiunii, d 1" yott-omc- y, d: l. e lil lr. fl OPERii house; o r. in Tiik republican tial m m-- it unuJiutui nun itt-d- ui. Mr. Vf. S. Downton has named his young son James Piece, a famllv name en tho mother's side. Mr. W. R. Bowman writes to a friend enough. It will bring that miserable little The Legislature of West Virginia will front, be democratic on joint billot by 0 nujorl-tr- . from Newark, Net Jersey, that be has orNovember 9, 1880 demagogue, Mabone, again to the Stanford. Ky., ganized a stock company for the manufac and perhaps l9 the means of saddling him ture of hts patent car coupler and for the fjr another torm In the Senate upon a peofinl. Wm. Cawlus Goodloe Is a candi introduction of them throuehout tho Uni P, "WALTON, W. ple that he has always striven to dishonor. date for the republican nomination for ted States and Europe He is In high Emboldened by this succcm he will begin governor of Kentucky. spirits and thinks he is well on the road to wires to elect a Legislature to his ma Georgetown College has the largest fortune, That there should haye been for a mo- to lay his will be denominaof Speaker thinking, and it is no telling what he number of students of ment doubt of thu August Sqnifllett, the father of a feeling better than tional schools lu Kentucky. JohnG. Cai lisle, in a district with 7,000 able to do. That he is French Belgian family living hero for three by the followis shown Mr. Watterson will Brrive in L)uls-vll- lo yoars past, started for his former home democratic majority, ought to nere as a he has for months to Governor Fora-ker- , to morrow, after a several mouth's warning to democrats everwhere. No one ing telegram from him about six weeks of Ohio: "Let uot the distinguished tour in the Old World, fully recovered In near Chnrleroi, Bjlgluu, thought that the obscure dutchman, put ngo to look after some business matters. mother. 8ho is health. despair of her forward under the guise of the working-men- 's daughter of Congress and a James R- - Tyler, of Virginia, a Rrand- - Laet week his family received news of his would poll more than a coming seven members candidate, Ho suffered much Tyler, has been ap death at Charlerol. majority on the popular vote running son of few hundred rotes, but the scheme of his The during tho voyage, but wondorful. Pnlii-Cur- or over from this to pointed a watchman in the Interior above 15,000. With my love, pass candidacy was engineered by shrewd on reaching land became sick from over effects nro General Kennedy and Sherman, who united upon him their full Senator The democrats of Colorado elected a eating and dleil in a few days. Ho was friend, McKinley." and made it possible to claim his my dear strength pamnnr. thouch two or three other suc about 60 years of ace. election for a fow days, In fact it was not In Indiana tho democrats will have the cessful candidates for State offices are reMr. and Mrs. A S. Mills have return absolutely certain that the claim was not Legislature by a majority of two, although ed from a visit to New York, Bridgeport, publican. just till the official Tote was declared, when the republican State ticket was elected. Gran Prewitt was held without bail Connecticut, and Cincinnati. Colonel C. Mr. Carlisle's morily was found to be but This will retire Senator Harrison and give Bowman expects to return to Frankfort or the murder of Jarvls Bock and sister 768. loan interTiew with the Courier-Journa- l his place to Saddlebags McDonald or some Mrs. A, 8.' Robertson has returnand Jones and BImpjon were Wayne, concerning the result, Mr. Carlisle other good man. Tho California democrats In ed from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. discharged. Bays that the vote agaicst him is not larger elected both the Governor and a majority Mr. and Mayor-eleHewitt, of New York, Holmes, of Bonhsm, Texas D lhan it has been heretofore. If tho oppoii-tio- n in the Legislature and the latter will elect of Wm. R. Morrison, Mrs. Frank Gilcher arrived home Satursays, in the defeat to him had been accepted by his con- a democratic Senator to succeed the present absence in for Congress, the democratic party lost one day night, after a five months' stituent as amounting to anything, he republican incumbent. New Jersey will Europe. They are both in tho beat of health of its main supports. thinks his majority would have been 0,000 likewise have a democratic Legislature and United SUtes and and are delighted with what tbey saw in Losses by fire In the From thin dato wo oflcr our complete or 7,000. The tariff question, he eajB, had a consequent gain of another representative the old world. in October are estimated at influence) in his election this timo in the national Senate. Toe Virginia Leg Canada no more Jno. Leek, alias Jaa. Webber, alias Jno. or $95,000,000 as the fire waite for than it has had at previous elections. "The islature has already elected a democratic Smith, was arrested Saturday at Jauction 18SG. expired ten months of district is oierwhelmlngly in favor of a re successor to Mahone. Bo the next Ssnate the In Delaware the democratic candidate City by Sheriff W. B. Moore and town marvision of the tariff and a reduction of taxa- will be a tie between the parlies with the for governor defeated the prohibitionist by shal George Wolls, charged with "Watohos, Olooks tion, and no man who openly takes tho op- probability that RIddleberger will vote malicious shooting, larceny, etc., 5,000 majority. Tho republicans stood off posite ground could be elected on any with the democrats on important measnear Knoxville, Ten'n. He bad the repuas disinterested spectators in the fight. ticket." He tess nothing in the result of ures. McCabo, one of New tation of a young man who would shoot the late elections to discourage the advoTub Kentucky delegation in the 50th York's "boodle" gang of municipal states- his way out of trouble, and tho officers Call Hud uco onr stock before purcliRxlug elscvfliero. cates of revision and reduction, and thinks Congress will stand eight to three in favor men, has been judiciously declared insane were warned to get the drop on him or he the little repulse will only stimulate the of the democrats, a gain of two for the reand his tour to Sing Sing is thereforo indef-finite- would bo certain to get it on them. They party to greater exertion in the future. got tbe drop, as they were advised to do, publicans, who elect Hunter, Thomas and postponed. Druggists atd Pharmsooutiits. There is one democratic Congressman and effected the arrest quietly. Leek reThe Louisville limes regards tho election Finley in the 3 J, 9th and 11th districts resas a sort of dog fall and sums up the result pectively, by msjorities running from 200 from Kentucky who will never be caught fuses to go to Tennessee without a requisiyears old and a married thus: After the smoke of battle has clear- to 1,000. This is pretty rough, but the asleep, as Mr. Carlisle appears to hare tion, He is , ed away we do not see that either party has democrats have only themselves to blame, been last Tuesday. His name is McCreary. man. He is in jail. Louisrllle Times. much cauee for rejoicing. Democrats hare McCrcary in the 8th and Lafloon in the 2J OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. The bunco sharp, Henderson, was held made gains in republican strongholds and largely increase their majorities, the forLancaster. republicans hare made gains in democratic mer securing 3,316 and the latter 2,551. inbiilofSl,500at Shelby ville, which he Ctptain E, W. Llllard has begun the DEALER IN- strongholds. There is a streak of dawn in Montgomery has about 3,000 majority in has not been able to give; meanwhile an of a handsome residence on Lexis 140; Indiana sherlfl has recogniud him as a erection the Norlhweit and in the far West. Colo the lth; Caruth's official majority ington aveuue. rado has gone democratic and we are not Carlisle's 70S; Stone and Breckinrldgo had robber wanted in that 8tate. Lt. Lucicn Young wta called lo Wash-ngto- n The New York Sun, which tried very without hone that the Centennial State no opposition. Taulbee is re elected by a Friday by a telegram from Sscre-itar- y faithfully to defeat the damocrsta In 1881, will remain democratic. The silver ques- reduced majority in the 10th. Whitney. by running Ben Butler for President as a tion ia the principal issue of the State, and Congressman McCreary' official ma A fellow with $3,370 in continental chestnut-pullefor Blaine, is now grooming it is to tho democracy the people know .that money presented it to the treasury for re- Henry George for a similar work in 1888 jority in this county is 257. West's major alono they can look for bimetajiem. In ity over Cohen is 73. last week, but Controller Dor-ha- -- Tim v. Minnesota tho democracy hare swept things demption Tho annual meetiog of tbe American no good and that decided that it iru The msjority for prohibition in Chris-tioin the Congressional contests. There it Dible Society will be held at the Frothy-teria- n the government could uot pay a cent for a county is 83. Of 19 saloons in the was the tariff question that intoreated tho church next Sunday evening. basketful. The Controller, who is ever on city of Hopkinsville 14 closi Friday next, peop?e and the result is a free trade delegaMr. and Mrs. John H, Woodcock went fraudulent claims, finds four January 1 and one runs till March 3. tion, the msjority of whom are democrats. tho lookout for accounts of United All of the liquor shops in the county close to Richmond Friday to attend It v. Geo Ab for Ohio, it is like cjje of Rip Van Win- that a large number of O. Barnes' meetings. Colonel Jack Colon, States commissioners are for frivolous and by April 9. kle's drinks, and does not count. Virginia of Harrodsburg, was in town last week. unnecessary prosecutions, with no other Ken-- The revenue cutter Minhattau, with a ought to feel ashamed of herself and Capt. W. JKinnaIrd has sold his In- men, went down with W.B. McKINNEV. tucky is In the same box. In New York purpose than to heap expenses upon the crew of twenty-fiv- e I filninco. government and increac the fees of their all on board off the harbor of New Havenf Ltercst in thn grocery firm of West & Kin- - JOHN UHIUlIT, tho result was a dog fall. The democrats go into own office. In 2,500 cases ia North Ala- - Conn., Sunday. Efforts to send a boat to naird to Mr. Willie West and will carried the election on the State ticket by a the insurance business with his brother, comfortable majority, and the republicans bams alone there were but 812 convictions, the relief of the cutter were prevented by Mr. R. Kinnaird. sained saveral Congressmen. Upon the and the fines in them amounting to $811. the heavy eea outside the breakwater. Rev. Joseph Frank, of Fleming-burwhole it was a drawn battle, though the Mart Garner, who gat drunk at SomIt Is said that Dr. Hunter, the occupied Bro. Yancey's pulpit at the democrats drew a good .deal of blood by radical elected to Congress erset on Finley whisky, attempted to crois Chrietisn church Sunday 'morning and and red-hholding their grip upon the House of Rep- in the 3i district, is not eligible to a soat as McGee's treatlo ahead of a freight train. evening. His discourse on each occasion resentatives a Kentucky member, because he is a tax- He was dashed to the earth, a distance of was forcible and eloquent. Gov. McCreary increased his majority payer and voter in New Mexico, We hope 125 feet and mashed into a shapeless mav, John Bryant, who was arrested in Lexjust 1,200 this time. He beats our old that this may prove true and that some- whero he was found several hours Uter. ington some weeks ago and brought to this Lucas Brothers, dealer in agricultural friend, Captain Toddy, just 3,340 votes and thing will turn up to prevent Finley from place cliarg- - d with horee sttalhg, bad his implements at Bowling Green, and James Butter-wortcarries every county in the district save contesting with Ban for the examining trial Friday and was held over Dealers IdJM !ni of- two. It was pretty difficult to get a man honors he alone hai worn for several ses- Lucas individually filed deeds of assign to circuit court under a bond of $300. to run against tho Governor the last time sion?. We imagine, however, that ho will ment last Friday, the liabilities bsiog $10- ,Rev. B. F. Taylor, of Dinville.is hold-in- g and no republican will bo likely to tackle sing very low when ho gets to Washington. 000, with assets of $38,000. James Lucas a protracted meeting at Paint Lick, this him In the future. He deserves the flatter- Ho may be a very big man in bis native was the originator of the great Lucas Fair. county, which is proving very successful. The Harrodeburg Democrat says tha,t ing endorsement, for he has served his con mountains, but he will spread out exceedSeveral additions have already b?e n added etituency faithfully and has done alt in his ingly thin when he tries to cover the Uni- the fascinating Miss Jessie Buckner, whose the tochurch and a deep interest is bolng in this section, is now name is power to turn the rascals out. By the way, ted Stalea. mani'eited. prima donna of the Gardner Opera Compathe only two Congressmen from Kentucky The celebration of tbe 250th anniversa ny, under the sobriquet of "Edith Bryne,'' Tho citfzins and business men of Inn who increased their majorities wcra the gov- ry of the founding of Harvard College took officials to ,n tho principal cuter have petitioned tho K. C. 5 ernor and Folk Lafloon and both bare rec- place at Boston yesterday. Tue Presiden t and is filling eocnemen,B give us a fast train on this end of the road, ords of filling offices with democrats as sat and his Cabinet were present and so was cities on the route to California. to leave Rowland at about noon, reluming Six convicts attempted tw escape from SUKKEYN,as they could. The other laggards might NMrs Cleveland, thus refuting the story the request 8 M. It is to ba hoprd by knocking down a at I'. profit by this, True democrats want 1 that she did not go to Richmond because the Greenwood mines will be complied with. reap the roward of their victory and have of a matter too delicite to mentlou. It be- guard named Markwood, but be recovered Too much can not ba eiid in praUe of of them, one badly no patience with those in authority who gins to look liko the charge that tbe his feet and shot three tho decorations at the Christian church at permit republicans and mugwumps to re- President did not want her to meet Miss and the others sufficiently to drop them. the Jennings Orand wedding last Wednesmain in office. Turn- - every mother's bod Winnie Davis, because she is a daughter of A citizen captured another and but two day. The work of beautifying tbe church Grain, Wool, Need, IVctl, Cotil, JLnuiljerV. Etc. getting entirely away. of them out and to the victors let the spoils Jefferson Davis, contains moro truth than succeeded in was under the immediate supervision of attach. Mrs. D. M. Lickey, assisted by Mrs. Jec-nlnDANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY those who credited Mr. Cleveland with an Price The Cincinnati Commercial Uaxttle, the unusual amount of good eenss, could beOur doctors say thero are no new cases Mr. James M. Harbison roturned Sunbitterest partisan paper in the country, and lieve. of diphtheria in town, although rumors to day evening from a day's hunt in the the most malignant enemy of the South, IT was perhaps bad enough, but 11 was the contrary are afloat, Paint L'ck neighborhood, bearing the scalp prints this at the head of its editorial col- not such a Waterloo after all. The demoThelaet Interior Journals arrived of a single rabbit M a trophy of the chase. umns in spelling book type: "The repub- crats will retain control of the House by a in time to ba distributed with the The report that the rabbit was killed by a licans in the next Congress will hare ma- majority of 12 to 18 and after next March here ! mail opened at 2 o'clock on Sunday. K. C. train whilo sitting on the track in a jorities in the House of twenty 8tato dele- the probabilities are that they will be able The official count of the vote in this fit of abstraction is likely untrue, Patrons gations. It is to this Congress that the to tie the republicans in the Senate, if incounty gives McCreary for Congress 104 of the K.C, know that the trains on that (The Wcokly'tidition of tho.Commercial Gazette,) Presidential election will ba referred if deed tbey do not have a majority of one. majority; Cohen for Board of Equalizition road never succeed in running anything is a failure to elect by the Electoral The close shave there in some districts and tbe 61 msjority. down. College. In that case the republican can- defeat of the J&. e, democrats in some others, Misses Anna Frszie and Laura A delegation of colored people are lo by a majority of two didate will be elected where they have an undoubted mijorlty, go to Frankfort Wednesday to try to sewho have been visiting friends and States." will serve as a Icbjou and prevent them cure the location of the Colored Normal relatives In Lancaster left Monday mornIt lithe leading Eepubllcsn Weekly Newipar rot the mtut Central nJ IltpretenUtlrs 8tate o In Connecticut, a msjority of all the from being caught napping again, In newt enttrprlie, fearlm In public dlteuMlon and deTotl to tbt fcMt Inter ing, tho former to attend Daughters' Col- this Nation. Foremott his. family. It bunoauperloratanewipapsr. School in Danville. titiof thel'armcr and yotes mntt be obtained before a man is Margaret Brewer, a sister of Mr. lege and the latter to her home near Mrs. Tue Danville Tribune came to us last chosen governor. In the late election Mr. Messrs. Charley Carson, E. C Tewmey, of this county, died Sunthe democratic candidate for week with the names of V. G. Djnlap and John Cleveland, day at the home of her husband, Mr. Bar-ne- y Walton and Mark Flardln, of Stanford, that effice, bad a plurality of over 2.000, Walker Fry at the head of the editorial were over Sjnday orenlng on a delicate Ilfurnlibsd to lubtcrlbera at the low rate of ONK DOLLAR a year, nuking the prioe leu Brewer, in Mercer county. cent a copy a week. It glrte all tbe news, with erery deairable detail. In decent ihi3. but having no majority the election goes to column, which contained their very hand Mr. John A. Scott, of this place, and mission. the Legislature, which is republican. Of some salutatory. The paper will contlnne TBEMAIIKET 11EPOHT8 are glTeninfull, and tbey are noted for tbelr reliability, Report are . Taylor andSamMcKee, two olored. Miss Emily Hicks, of Mercer, were mar telegraphed dally orer our own iptclal wlrei from all tbe leidlog cities. course Laucsbury, the minority candidate, to advocate republican doctrines, but not brothers, got into a tussle last Wednesday disgustingly bitter partisan man- ried Tuesday evening at the residence of THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT la one of the areat features ol tbe Weekly an I la most t1. will be made governor and Hawley will be in that Robertson, Rev. P. T. Hale, officia- - and on being separated Sam's lower lip was uable to eTery farmer. This department la edited by tboie of long experience. Senator. This is a pretty state ner that has heretofore characteriied it. J. J. conspicuous by its absence. It was sub THE CHIMNET CORNER, deroted excluiWely to young people, la yery Inlereatlngand lnatructiTO The young gentlemen have our best wishes, ' of affairs. Font T. Fox, Jr., of Garrard county, sequently discovered in the mouth of Tay BTORIES and Choice the Tue prohibitionists do not seem to be has bought George Cogar's interest in Co-g- lor who had bitten it entirely cff. Taylor OllIOINAL make tbe Weedy arid 8elcclloni with the boit correspondsneo from all parts of th The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engincompleto. Olobe, best managed organi- much of a factor in New York City poll-tic- grocery house of Mahan & Cogar. Mr, was held over in a bond of $100 at his exeers is the finest and Soml-Week- ly will remain In Danville and engage in amining trial, in default of which he Ian sation of workingmen in the world, Chief In tbe election for mayor there last at the receU week their candidate only received 570 the grain and produce business, guishes In jail. Arthur, who was Ountalni eight page ft eight columna each, and la printed eittj Tuesday and Friday. It la mailed Mr. Graham Price is able to be out at tl 40 per annum, poatage paid, feraona who ran not take the Dally Commercial (lazetf) and Quite a crowd of the friends of Mr meeting, is a man of excellent capacity and votes in a total of over 200,000 cast, who want tbe newa olttoer than once a week, will find the an admirable paper. acain after an illness of eeveral weeks M. D, Hughe, the powers for controlling men, extraordinary accomBunbkt Cox will tell his jokes in tbe Mr. Jo 8. Moore, who has been quite sick panied that gentleman Saturday morning and tho brotherhpod showed its good sense 50th Congress instead of to the Sultan of from hemorrhages of the lunge, is reported to the clothing emporium of Login A Brew in retaining him. It also showed its good Teimi of Bubicrlptlon by Mall: Turkey, he having been elected to his old by Dr. L. S, McMurtry to be considerably aenee.by neglerting to express its symyathy er, where .Mr, nugnes proposed accom t seat last week by a large msjority. 912 One year (Including Sunday) ,.., year (omlttlnj ScnJar).; One j; better this morning. .Ill 00 the mighty task of fitting himself OlJl UlUUkUB. ..... for the Chicago anarchists, ai the Knights ill A IUUUIU,) ... ', J. .........i .. 7 00 Rev. P. T. Hole, of tbe Baptist church, out in a new hat and pair of shoes, Mr. Thico months, Three months. Mr. Thoebe announces that he ,wlll .. 3 60 of Labor did. meeting at Walnut Hill Rogers, the democratic comince for Con- contest the election of Mr. Carlisle on the is conducting a of town. Eleven addi Hughes Is somewhat smaller than the la JLiwt returns in the bick coun- church, northeast mealed "Bab;" Bates, but in the language gress in the Buffalo district, who announc- ground that the and that his represen- tions thus far. A violinist has been added of the poet, manages to "get there all the Consisting ot Sewing MncblDis.IinproTcd WMmbury Witches, Goll Tens, Pencils, Valuable Books ed his opposition to Cleveland'a adminis- ties were "doctored," here, same" wearing a 7 hat and a number 13 etc, will tencniu tbe paper. buuplecopUairco. and the President Is tatives sent to obeerve the count were to the choir of tho Biptlst church tration, wira defeated THE OOMKZEISUIAI GAZETTE CO., and In one other instruments are an organ und boot. Mr. Hughes' purchases wero made not grieving oy of hie fat away on account shown no consideration, 1T- '- tr ti-- r instance The to the complete satisfaction of all present. K v CINCINNATI. t. ' " rirnf of i . NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Rain of fire ConareMmin worst phase than in Virginia has oven a Virgil Potter, county judge of Warren, appears on the surface, which is bad la dead. Centaur all-th- mim Its most known. instantaneous. tho world has Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. to-d- ct insh, fash . Cnsh Af Cost $12,-000,0- 00, Complete Stock of Jewelry, hone-stealin- g, For Gash! and Silvorware ly McROEERTS STA66, 2-- w ii. mum 4 Hardware, Farming Implements, Elevators;, Puiupis, Older Mills, &c. r Groceries,1 Salt, Lime, Cement, g, d ot WESREN & MENEFEE. Favmiiiglmplenienls and Mnchin 111 well-know- n BmmmM -- l?aisl!agee- Sprlng Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, gs THE GraciajrarATi WEEKLY 033"XJ3T GAZETTE San-didg- $1.00 Hut-tonvil- lo The Weekly Gazette ted Beiul-Wojk- ly s. ar 4 The Semi-Week- ly Daily Commercial Gazette, Our P.reiuium pli-bln- tl,t-eim- rl-K I ie(J-C- t 1 PTSu as nal . '"" w'omior inrr.rntnMiTnin Roberta ABtagg, rranm SHOT DEAD. Richard Cobb, Jr., sold to A. E, and Mart Smith Fires Two Loads from a Double' R. D. Logan 21 feeling cattle, 1,200 or 1,- 250 pounds weight, at 1 cnts per pound, Barreled Shot Oun At Oe Smith, ANOTHEnlot of Ladle.' collar. and cufl Rilling Him Instantly. f cattlo to the J. C John-o- n took 118 Novembor 0, 1888 recttrcd. Orraley A CrMtf. . Stanford, Ky a . I be o: Paris court Motidnv, anil di.poecd of 00 at A03UT i ociook yesieniay quiet O.sn dollar caah will gei'lG lbs. Extra 0 town was suddenly broken by two shots prices ranging from 32 50 to $3 05 per cwt. fired near the Myers House, nd these in M. Wakefield returned yestesday from a B. O, WALTON, " Business Managor. Sugar at Metcalf A Foattr'e.' the neighborhood suw a man Msggur Jo trip to Illinois afmr cotten mule. He HtnitEST market price paid for hides, Main street anil fall. Mart Smith Blood bought about 100 10CU TIME CARD. ha I. whioh cost him $80 " aheepaklns, etc., by A. T. Nunnelley. near wi'hn smoking tetin nod upon being to $115 each- .- Dtnville Advocate. I &a r. x. Mall train going North...................... 11 is r. m. Booth- Owsley A Ciiaio still have some cloth questioned said hn hd bought tho weapon -- B 8 Fitch, Genrl Freight Agent of x. BOUtU KSptMltftlD" HMHiwinit'Ww l v a Wo win from llilr. and killed Smith, who had cur-w- l and fol i until further notice hcll everjIhluK lu it it 2 18 A.M. ing on hand that they are selling regard Norh...... the Chesapeake A O .n at Chat'cs the lowed him to (owu with it drawn pistol. Jeuclry Hue AT COST. Onr Block or Jowelrj. Nil verTraro T&e ft jotu li ralculakxi on lUndard ttmo. Holir letBofcoat. and for the m l about 20 tulnutes iaitsi He further said that he hd been driven town, W. Vi,, hm mid Clocks 1h complete antl the luteal Myle. t on We have the brat and cheapest lot of from McKlnney by the Smiths and bad prrfeot the duticn of O, office will be die nee.l not LOCAL NOTICES. tho reason orthlHBlttushlcr; It is enough to know bed blanketa and comforta over brought been pursued br them until he cjuld stand chred by E 8 Gjfdman, chief c'trk. that this 1h " Ltwioocs Diiiovan, of New York your opportunity. Uuy jrutir School ltoSki from Penny & here Owsley A Cralp. it no longer. Ha delivered himself up to Mc A. lister. jump'd from the sorpension bridge at Bring tho money with you. He will noHltlvelv soil oniv r In our dress goods department we have Judge Carson at on'ie, while the crowd Falls 8unday, without receiving se W Atruta and Jewelry repaired on alior gathered around the dying man. He was Cash. jotlce and warranted by Pennj A McA.Ua the largest and msat complete apsirtment rious Ir juries, tloigh when taken from the r. ever brought to this market. Owsley A ljlnn face down with a cocked pistol in his water he was slightly One rib was -Cart-ridg- s, hand, with the barrel of the weapon unJer HurrTBiw, Attkhtioh.-Load- ed Craig. all sltw of "hot, at Penny & Mo bis nose. Dr. Helm examined his wounds broken and a hip bruised Robert A Grrysr, a colored murJcrtr A FULL atock of double, breech and and soon saw that it was utelers to attempt Allster'a. shot-gu- n; also loaded to do anflhint,'. The wounded man gasp of St Louis, was sen'enced to be hanged t n A coMrLETK slock of jewelry, latest muzzle-loadinstyle. Rockford watchte a specialty. Pen-a- t shells of all sizes of shot. McRoberta ed for a few moments and then all was December 10. h, Tbe beauties of tbe law'? A McA Hater. BtsRg. over. By order of 'Squire Pjrlnun, act- delav were never more forcibly illustrated PERSONAL. nmAM Jennings, who haa been in fall ing as coroner, the body waa conveyed to than in the case of Graver, who killed his man several years ago aod has five times M 3, Theo. Kiho ia recovering from a here for a month or two, chanted with ma- the Court House, where an inquest wts held licioia shooting and wounding In Harlan before the following jury: J, S. Murphy, been sentenced In dca'h for hit crime pell of fere r. Pulaski gave Fin lev 1 986 and JuikjrT. P. Hilt,, Jk., haa returned county, gave bond in the aum of $2,000 H. T. Bash, William Duherty, William Bolts 1 091 countr In Angust she gave Morrow Gooch, J. II Klines and William Barton. Saturday night and was released. from a visit to Covington. p Spears Fisher waa the first witness. He 2.553 scd Alcom 1.598 Dishonois are Mua Tillik Hall haa returned from The Kink opened to a rather small was etandlng talking with aome frlenda evrn in the falling cf! of the vote between a rlU to frlenda at Junction City. crowd, but thcae who attended enjoyed it Finley haa 1,761 votes, in about 30 feet from where the killing occur- the purlieu Miw Lucy Tatt, of Daughters' Col-aud the danre which followed, The Gold Doalor In- Fmle'a majority Oo Smith was standing down the Whliley and Botte 438 red. lege, spent Sunday with her parents here, and Silver Band did itself proud with a la about 1,000 Myerj House alley when Mart Smith cime Mn J. A Chavt and vrivr, of Lon progiamme of excellent music. Open agsin In Union county, East Tenneesee, Wm up and fired at him. Tbe ahot seemed to don, were here the latter part of last next Friday night. Carraod his son and Hole daughter, aged turn him half around, but be recoveied week. The Official Vote makes McCreary'e himself and staggered forward, when Mart 9, were fired upon from ambush, each of Mies Annib Shanks came up from Dniphiffi' Coll fire Saturday to aee her majority in Lincoln county Juat three more again fired and Oo felt down, trying to them being seriously wo.indd. Tom Ber than we gave it Friday. It ia 378 or 35 shoot at he did so. Tom Robinson heard ry, a relative ot the Ja'rs, being arrested mother Mra, W. 0. more than in 1854. Cohen's majority ia Mart ask somebody what be wanted and and charged with the crime, made a conMns. Lto Hayden and Welch went to Louisville yeatrrday. Mra. 255 in the county. For preservation and immediately fired. Frank Green was sUnd fession and will pnihuHly be lynched, as he Hayden core thence to spend the winter In for reference we give tbe corrected vote be- ing talking to Oo when Mart came up deserves to be. Tnere is great rej ucing in the Admin, Main street and turning down towarda tween McCreary and Todd: Tnu. Mks K. L. Tammer and bod Moses, of them said to Oc, "You have been running istratlon camp over the defeat of Allan McCreary. Todd. rREciNCTH. 140 me long enough, now defend yourself," at Thorndike Rice for Congress In the Tenth McKinuey, were the fiesta of Mre. D W Stanford, No. 1. 109 100 the same time firing at him with the shotStanfoiJ, No. 2 101 New York district. General Spinola exVtdeeer, 47 27 pected to have 0,000 to 7.000 majority. He -- Gjln. W.'J. Landuam, M. D. Hughe, Highland, 71 gun. Oc drew his pistol and snapped it Huitonville, 150 J. 11. Brown, Grome Dnny and Sam En Turneravllle, twice at Mart, when the latter again fired actually obtained 473, The Tenth Is Mr 59 81 31 at him and be fell. W. A. Lo testified Hewitt's district one of the strongest dem54 gleman, of Lancaster, wtie here yeaterday. Walnut Fiat, GO 9 to aboJt the Ktv. J. M. Coleman and family hare Wayncebnrg, same. Tom Metcalf said that ocratic districts in tho city. 10 38 This nolicn is lacsel on the While returned from a visit to tbe family of Kinga Mountain, Mart Smith came to hli store and asked Just 91 109 Crab Orchard, Hcue: Mra Ntkcy Jonra and other relatlvea in him the price of a gun, saying that eome necessary"The President finds It absolutely lo the proper performance of pub 670 body had followed him into town with a 918 Mttrouri. Total, lie duties that (he time betwpen the 10:h of ' 378 Wk were pirated to make the ar Majority, pistci and he was tired of it. He told November and and tbe next meetinc of Cipcrs should dliipuaiil, iinaitanca last wek of Mr. T. N. KibcrU Circuit Court The trial of L. B Cu-te- r Smith tbr.t ho did not want to sell or Iimq from inferrup'Ion,ha at his this period irte Within hs the clever anU handsome young gentleman a gun to shoot anybody, but while be step for the murder of J. W. Mooie, one of will refue frrquinlly acta ai substitute corre- the Moore Brothers, killed by him at Mt. ped back in the store Smith loaded the wea cept be r.Miced lo public to see yMtorp, ex who npon cUial business of import spondent of thin paper at Mt. Vernon. in not bs contrueil tn in Vernon Ian July, which rraa in progrers pen and went out acd in a few minutea he anco. rh' ' applications or rcotnmrd.vinn for when our last paper was irsued, occupied the heard the s'lotp. Dt. Hugh Reid being clude " LOCAL MATTERS. called to examine the body found that four office Court till noon Saturday, when It waa glv Our. dollar cash will eel 15 lbs. Grsnu en to the jury. Afttr a short retirement, buckshot had entered the rich! breiat. VPTC aDWRTIHEMEBTX. " lated auger at Metcalf & Foster'. they reported that they could not agree and Two of the-- e ranged downward and lodged ia the right side ot the back, from which Le Vr are atlling stoves and eTerything were ordered back to their room; but rocn again reported that they had made a vor-d- lct eaeily cut them. Sireral buck ahot wounds else at surfer pricee. Metcalf & Fieter. and that it waa one of acquittal. Thia were also found In the right leg and a Two good homes-t- he Vim. Hiyi nj Moore There TcnKEYS Wanted. I want to buy 2f rcult was not unexpected by those who had score or jmore of smaller shot. 172-- tt . ItF.IJi, Stanlord. A. T. Nunnel-le- r. listened to the Uatimony and It waa were many other witneiiiop, but County At- properly. 000 good turkey nt once with great satiifaction by Mr. Car- torney Carpenter thought sufficient testi tl . lll receive to day or to morrow an- ter's friends. No one deplores the terrible mony had been adduced to enable the jury We A tragedy in which he waa an actor more than to find a yerdlc'; which waa that Oc Smith other lot of abort wrap. I wsut eoTenl Rood Csrpenttrs for three months. t .Mr. Carter, for the Mocres were his friends had come to his death from Craig. WillprEOod prices. wounds received at the hands of Mart 111 feeling Ji.cniiADLF.r, QotEKtle wonderful Auteinatlc Watch and against tbem he had no 1 Lancaster, Ky, whateyer. Of the many good speeches Smith. Jewtell time without hamli, at the New Thero has been n bid feeling between tbe made In the case that of Judge Owsley for elry Slore. the defence is spoken of as the most eflec-liv- parties for some tirat and Mart claims that It was no attempt at oratory but t O: had tepsatcdly cursed and abused bim Ouk D;njolla Kid Shoe far old Ladiea A beautiful uulldltg lot on M&ln Street d.a la the most oomforlabJa aboe ever eold here. plain, straightforward statement cf the law Yesterday he met him and Jve Hocker Ky., opposite tho Femsle Collete; the moat " A Crate for bii aido of tbe cafe. There is still coming out of town, when Oc, on seeing and facts Oasley dctlrshle location in tho city for a lundsoino another indictment against Mr. Carter for him, began to curso him and followed him Apply to JOTIX II. CItAlC, Stan-forTin iharei of atock in the First National killing Tom Mooro, but the trial was con- back to town with a drawn pistol. Though Ky., or II'JI. VII A 1(1, Carllile, Kea. we ro bought by Uncle Pate Ecabry Kink 172-tinued till the March term. There waa ab- bearing the same surname, tho men were tucky. t week at I10. solutely no evidenca connecting Will!" no Lin. Oc belongs to a large family of broth JESSE J. THOMPSON, A NEW and handsome atock of fall gooda Adams with complicity in the murder and ere, all noted for their courage, and it is , thought that they may attempt to get at THE haa funt been received by 8. H. Shanks. tho Court very promptly granted a motion ARTST. Smith and avengo tho boy'a4dealb. Pre to dismiss the indictment against him. Call and eximlnw them. Shsrlrcand UalrCuttlns donn In th George Moore, Tom Carton, Tom Fuh cautions will, however, be taken to prevent style. Ladles atd Children glren particular at- Tub report that a eon of Mr. Ed Carter iioj-ittaking him from jail. It icuuuu. and Reuben Uiatt were acquitted for trea-pa- any attempt at had died of icarlel fever Bunday afternoon was a very ccol performance on tho part yesterday and Moore wan likewise acproved untiue. Ho haa tro dl?easr, but la quitted of carrying concealed wcap3ns. of Mart Smith and Oc Smith showed his CS-OOIway to recover. in a fair ! The trial of R. C. Eogleman was In prog- grit to the laM, dying with his Sogers Oun atock of genta' ladies', miaica and ress last night when we went to press. It clutching at his pistol trigger Mart Smith Stanford, Ky. chlldrcnV glove, hosiery and underwear will be remembered that he shot Smith is the same who made such a bad break bs ! fa full up. Pleiso oil and look through Baughman at the August clectlpn two yean fore the Court last week, for which he sraa As Awlcnes, under a deed of truit, of K. T. fined $120 and sent to jiil. He is ordinr-rll- y Mattlogly, the undenlgmd will before puichailnff. Owaley A Craig. ago. All the evidence waa in at adjourna peaceable man, but has been drinking On Monday, December 6, 1886, ment lart night and the instructions and Now would bo a good time to have a suit morning. a grsat deal of Ule (County Court day) In Stanford, Ky., publicly elect from ia large and arguments will be presented this made. My line to The de.d man is a son of Newton Smitl t offer foraata the if 111 Property, well known u tbe 8 tan ford Flour Mill. It tonslita ol about one UARRIAOES. si lam noi'partlcularly rushed with work, aud leaves a wife. His father came Into of ground on which Is errctod. betides a large acre and 1 can make you a suit on ahort notice. H. commodious Elerator, a new sW story MERCHANT TAItOR. Rutherford B. Hays, Jr., Is to marry town last e venlng and took the body home Ing furnished with all the machinery brlckbulld " and apparaO. Tlupley. tus neceatary to conduct an eztsnilre and profitaMiss Mary Sherman, of Norwalk, O, next ble business, Including a modern and Improved RELIGIOUS. Death. George Uradley, eon of Mr. 0. month. worked by steam, lor thepurpoja ofontaln-n- g water from a naror supply rourrr. I hare received and still recoiling George O Bunes begins a meet- The alocation of aoout 100 yard fromfallingdepot N. Bradley, by hla Oral wife, who haa been Rev. Junius Caldwell, of Louisville, was It the at Htanford, on the KnoxTllle Branch of the L. A oat Weel in tbe deleclive service, died of married at Georgetown last week to Mira ing at Frankfort N. Railroad, Original cost of property 123 consumption at hie father'a In thia county Ella Payne. Rev. J. R James cloeed his meeting at Corrrtpondenco solicited and it terms can 000. be agreed upon, will tell prlTately. Title perfect. Saturday, aged about 35 The Coun'er Journal of Sunday contain Crab Orchard with 23 additions, 21 by bapTsans....Une-thlrcaib; balancs In equal In Comprising tbe best In the msrket, which will be stallments of S, 12 acd IS tnoaths, 6 per o. nt. InSunday waa cold enough to make a man ed thia item, with request that we copy: tism. deferred tern!. Personal security on I city on Tuesday, November 2, by Rv. John R. James will preach at the ment Lien retained. Ij. V. flrttVttnr.V,pay- Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Hono in City or Country. II get an overcoat, peacefully if he could, for "In tl SLCSAUFLRX. Tnurday, Nov. 11th, at Assignee. c'.bly if be must. But George Williams, Rev. T. T, Eaton, Miss Miry Josephine Baptist church on Giro 5Io b TrlHl. 7 30 o'clock. a Lincuter negro, tried the aurreptioua Miller, of Stanford, Ky., was married to The Lincoln County Sunday, School COMMISSIONER'S SALE plan, and got in hoc therefor. Marshal the Rev. Joe A. Munday, evangelist cf the Co operative Society will moet at the Church." Newland arreaied him here Sunday oil a Saulhern After all the sensational marriage ad- Christian church next Friday morning, telegram charging him with stealing an evening. All churches infrom anothor negro and took him vertised to occur in the Louisville jail be- afternoon and overcoat vited. tween a female moonshiner and her moun over to Lanctster yesterday for trial. Lincoln Circuit Court, October term, 18SC. The protracted meeting at the First lain lover did not lake place, because of the Watt Sindldte'a Jin., plfli., tb Wyatt lira., delta. In Equity. Pursuant to a Presbyterian church closed last Wednesday briskly for a half an hour failure of the groom-elec- t Iiauowfd to appear, It ia Judgment rendered In tbe abore styled cause, at here Saturday, but it melud ai fast aa it said that he already has a wife and didn't night, after a brief aeries, with ten addi- the October trm. J830. ol tbo Lincoln Circuit tions. Rev. J. H. Van Lear, who has been Court, I will as Commiiiloner of said court, on fell. The atorm seemr. to have been gen want to be arrested for bigamy. conducting the services, was forced to re in points Eist and North, the era! and Thursday, Novombor 18, 1880, Our cltizana will remember the pretty ground waa covered two or three inches vocal music teacher, who held that posi turn to Winchester Wednesday, which at thsmaniten houaeon the premises, sell to tti highest bidder tba following described ttact of doep with tbe "beautiful." There waa a tion during Mrs. Trueheart's last year as caused the termination of the meeting. land, situated on tbt waters of Harris Creek, tour big change in tho atmostphere Saturday principal of the Stanford College the Harrodsburg Democrat. miles from Huitontllle on the Itanrllle and Hu -tonrllle pike, 8 miles from. Danrllle, containing night and Sunday morning, ice half an charming Miss Georgia Eldridge, whose 177 A. 1 R. and SO polos, It being the lirm upon LAND. STOCK AND CROP Yeaterday which Wyatt Bandldge llred In hla life ttmo. Inch showing in many places. sweet voice was melody itself. She is again Paid larra Is well ImproToJ ani has upon it a the mercuryiwaa down to 18, fflid frame dwelling bouse of 8 rooms and all ncc -- Car load fresh Salt at T. R, "Walton's. t3 be a resident of our town, to which she esaary outbuildings, a young bearing orchard ot May wheat has advanced in Chicago firs acrca. The entire farm is of the best of Unit, Accident. A few days ago as Mr. John will be recelyed with a genuine and hearty well watered and all In grow. A. Allun was atortinir down from the scaf welcome, as next Thursday at 3.30 V. M. in to81g Said sale will be made on a credit of 6, 12 and 18 approved security required Tim W. Higglns, of White, Aiken & months. Bondswlth day of sale until paid and fold on the house he is building for Mr. tho Central Methodist church, at Memphis, with 6 per cent, from In bis pis Tcnn:,sho will baled to the altar by Prof, Co., Louisville, writes that they killed having the force and effect of judgment!. A Hen John W. Logan, the role he had will le retained on the land at additional security ol pocket hung in the cornice and he was Abner Rogers, principal of the Stanford their first hog of theBeason yesterday, pay lor the payment of the ipnrchaaa money. a, m. viHoy, thrown to tho grouud, some 20 feet below. Seminary, an accomplished gentleman acd ing 4 cents for best packers. Matter Commlailoner Lincoln Circuit Court. Mies Eldrldge is a daughter T. S. Parsons has traded his houro H fell on his left arm and his wrist was instructor. same time and place W. W. and P. broken in two places, at and near the joint, of Judge and Mrs. T. D. Eldridge, of Mem- in East Stanford to J. M. Hall for the old p. Alss. st tbeaa Executors ol tho last will ol Mar- Hindldc. The Best he was badly bruised about tho face. phis, and is a most lovable young lady in Aus Hale house, and forty acres of land at- esret Bandldff), will sell ti the highest and beat besides f iW H. .AJ bidder about 160 area ol knob land adjoining tbe or tached on the Crab Orchard pike. Waterproof The fracture Is what la known in surgery eyery respect. We congratulate tbe abore described tract. Aim 3 Cowa and CalTes, utm from the 1 family lions, uouiehoid ana Kiicnen on his good fortune in winning her Amos Campbell bought as a compound comminuted one and the stock In the Farmers Nation Coat. ture, fire abarcs ol 3 nnk nf filnnfnrd. probability Is. that the joint will always be and upon keeping the gossips in the dark, Shakers 700 acres of land in Morcer connty, '; nt ran unarm bucor n wi.aud w.Mrprcor, u a wni Tviui or Hii.v:. All aumi under COttO caih In days with stlfl. It Is exceedingly unfortunate, as Mr. in regaid to his intentions. But few peo- joining Jack Chinn's farm, for $45,000 hand; orcr tjiat amount, a credit of WFTcb -- kUV STtbV.BMJU41..B.w.r.llmlUtl.ni. ,.. ttaala. Wlltal U j'FWi be used out inirrii. t Allen is dependent upon his labor for the ple, hero know of thcui till the invitations cash, paylnR $05 per acre. It will . b.'t, iif-it- -i - ::. art win I lllUl i' US i uwiew uibW.utt 4til4. a: IlEADQtMnTE.R3 for amnuttlon. Mc I .. !.! THE SLAUGHTER COMMENCED THK CHANCE IS YOUJKS. 1(q ,U, ... rni-riia- atk Ni-aga- ra di-zd-. Penny & lJCc.litei'. jO) g t i. WILTOIY. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, TINWARE, CrlaASSISTARK, QIJEEItfSWARE, For Reixt- Confections, Tobaccos, Oigai-ie- , Wan t c 172-3- Carxi enters Oe-sle- COE.MAIN& SOMERSET ST& gun-sho- e. 3FOK SAXE! e. d, xt T0NS0ML li.i New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Eaisins, Citrons, Currants, &c now in stock. D is FOR SALE, Splendid Mill Property, GOODS lu DRiEXOUSS; d New Goods for Fall and Winter, 171-t- d Fine Blue Grass Farm. e't Wall Paper, , Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. Full and Complete Stock of tne above and prices as low as the lowest. ns B. K. WEAREIVT, U t Fro-feis- J-- riJ 1 'HseleHHPH SUCKER Snitwi " r Staai-SHttHnStttm- or Sonnwl THE CRY OF THE DREAMER. STONEWALL JACKSON. THE CONFEDERATE LAST COMMAND IN THE TALE OF LIFE. AWT THAT SHIRT I Am tired of planning SOME OF THE STRIKING FEATURES OF THE COUNTRY IN HOLLAND. Numerous Canal IUoaii Mctulovr, and TVlmlmllln A Xandacapo that Never JLaucIis Ono Universal Cloud A Sense wvl tolling In tho cronited hires of men; building and spotting, of And spoiling and building again. And I long for the dear old rlrer, Where I dreamed my youth away; For a dreamer lives forever, And a toller dies in a d&y. Heart-wear- y CHIEFTAIN'S THE FIELD. Man is to day what man was yesterday Will bo let him curse or pray, Prink or bo dull, he learns hot nor shall Warn Thd lesson that will laugh tho world away. Hr iliiiR. jiB i? iiiiiiiiiift SH weight alum or pbotphata powJen. Sdldonly In Tho Jlrlght Sido of Aboriginal liOYALDlKlNO IMWDES Ce, CROI. n Church. 100 Wall rttrect. Niw York A gentleman who is interested in Indian affairs said tho other day: "I sco that tbo DH. W. B. PJE5NKY, ' SHOT BY IIlS OWN JIE.V. Indian commissioners have been making a DENTWT, very touching report concerning somo of tho As ho rodo near to tho Confedcrato troops eitnntorctt - - IContuolcy. reservation savages In Minnesota, but why do just plaeod in position, and Ignorant that ho they not occasionally give tho public a view was in tho front, tho left company began jsrfr. eM of tho bright sldoof aboriginal lifer Now, firing to tho front, nnu iwo oi unpaid tell i '.,, ,i.,lf.," l dead-C- opt Boswoll, of ; thero nro the Stockbridgo Indians up In Wis- from their saddles ?! Bertlllon. who consin. They aro getting along in Immingly, tho enciueen. and Beret, CunlluV. of tho slg report to tho l'ari municipal council, annnnl states and 00 per cent, of them belong to tho church. nnl corps. Spurring his horso across tho road that thero havo lieen clow upon 17,000 arrests TI1E MOSOTOKOUS LANDSCAPES. years ago n missionary to his right, ho was met a second volley from for vagmncy About, twenty-flvnnd mendicity in tho capital Over these monotonous landscapes thcro went among them, nod with a littlo outside tho right company of Fender's North Carolina lieals a sky, not Italian, not deeply, darkly, assistance built a small church. As soon M brigade. Under this volley, when not two alone, besides IM.OOO fix moro ?riou erimes. beautifully blue, not even at thl favored sea- tbo Indians becamo Interested in tbo work rods from tho troops, tho general received More- than half tho culprit, male or fomale, son, but of that whlto cerulean tint which they made up their minds that they must three balls at tbo samo instant Ono pene- nro under 25 years of age. On referrinjc to OBee on Ijncaittritroct, rcit door to Int-J0M. Bertlllon's report for tho year 154, 1 find sett ever to remind you that tho winter is havo n better building. So it was agreed that trated tho palm of his right hand, and was Journal offieo. Offie lioars frota to 12 a clow at hand. But tho clouds nro often soft, every ono must do something toward that cut out that night from tho back of his hand. that there is an itiercaso of over 4.0C0 u.and 1 toft r. M. ADMthUMaJmlrdiWirol tir without a corrojKmding increase in nrcfwarr. i. comforting, and tho light which object. Tho men worked every Saturday for A second passed around tho wrist of tho left fleecy and the population. I am content to let tbtco figbatiiM tho meadows has nothing of tho desert tbo church, and tho women and children dearm and out through tho left hand. But r ures speak for themselves, but I cannot forglare, nothing opthallno in its fullness, but is voted a part of their timo to tasks which third ball passed through tho left arm half OE0.8.CAnPENTi:it. rest and uealing to tlio weary eyes or tuo would bring in n fow cents for tbo causa At way from tho shoulder to tho elbow. Tho bear quoting n conversation I ovorhcard a W. II. MibLUIl. few montlis ago, still in connection with this traveler. length the now church was built, but It was largo bono of tho upper arm was splintered to want of increaso of tho imputation Tho Dutch landscapo never laughs, nor does of wood, and in n littlo while it was dcftroyal tbo elbow joint, nnd tho wound bled freely. A gentleman it even smile, though in midsummer It some- by fire. Ills horso turned quickly from tho lire, W"K"K of Zola's that mlclit ham tat for dm grandfather in fl,n I. .!. times assumes an air of quiet contentment, .!.!, t....t. ,,1.1.1. "With undaunted zeal tho Indians went to .1 such a mien of suggested sunshino as an work again, determined this timo to bavo a n!a'?!.that ?nco better olf with her th. I.u nnd scratched Ids 37,000,000 of inhabitants isthnn other countries old burgher of Amsterdam might wear after building of brick and stone. After years of forehead, leaving dropi of blood to stain Ids iiair tbo Mao with tho ramo number, Ho was an uncommonly humorizing dinner. Take, nearly $10,000 was raised, and for face. STAM'uEM, MXCObM CO., UT, for instance, ono of theso almost windless Au- safo keeping it was put into a. bank in Green upon tho bridlo rein ho evidently under tho Imprewlon that the law tVs ho lost bis hold gust afternoons (an exceptional oue), tho cat-tl- o Bay, which failed tbo nest week, nnd that reeled from tho saddle nnd wns caught by tho of primogeniture imvailt overywhero nnd Is treti,eTr Flnt Nation-a- l "And do you sco," Office, South bl Mtla Hank. wacc. "' grazing in a thousand fields, was the las--t of that fund But tbo church arms of Capt Milboumo, of tho signal corps, applied Indiscriminately. ' Its way through tbo green members did not despair. Their preacher cx- - Laid upon the ground, tbero camo nt onro to he snld, "under Mirh circumstances tbero is bora a boat p.i Farms, IccludlDC tome of thflnet Itlatf.OraM 'T scum of n nanv 'nnlhero two or threa plainel to them ttint tho Lonl was simply I his succor Ocn. A. P. Hill nnd members of ono rich in a family and the rw.t aro all poor. Slotk Kariua la Liral Kenluedr. Town Lola It is better in France, w la-r- every child, gets and Itnlilaneri, Titutxr asd Mlatral Latnli (or tailing voss8ls sliding blowly along a broader testing their faith, and with !..! hearts they his 6tafr. Tho writer reached llll sido a eomuiUilon. It aaleonfun tier (urttculiri nl (or prlstrJ Jworlp-tto- n waterway, most of the i indmllls moveless, or began tho weary task again. That was sK or TIllTIIIIfl Mlll'r. to 11IM1 Gen. II111 HUHllIli: 11? au equal . ixirtf'm of bU narenU' nronertv.. -- . .. I or i l' wKhout uwk, t nf thlt Kctton and of rprllt4 Air tale, ono horo and tlioro Indolently swinging its seven yean ago. Somo friends inado con- I bead and shoulders of tho wounded chief. ! f "?.??. ."IV. " m great arms, n railroad train on the horizon tributions, and tho Indians regularly set csMo Cutting open tho coat sleeve, from wrfct to '" ' ral """-''JI my not m making just noise enough to render tho siic nro thocarniug3 of ono day in tho week for tho .l..M-- . l to .i, ,..,n,i Incrjw of our i,,ulatIon.". tbo light fulling over all frouin church, and tbo result is that they aro now arm. ami with my handkerchief I bound tho audible, and Bf?? ' partially covered sky so universally diffused ready onco moro to build. Tliij building will ant,' .bat. tbowouml.to sU,n the flow of . by fleecy cumuli that you can hwj nouliero bo of brick nnd stone. The corner stouo has blood. Couriers were sent for Dr. Hunter the SUOVOiW of France's tclMIliefarardnnlu. citltM- sharp outlines or opaque shadows. juft leen laid, nnd with no moio Imd luck, JlcOuire. tho Mtrceon of tho conw and t'w Hon. Ho was not to lx convinced, nrgumeut If you passed through Holland on ono of tho edifice will bo completed next year. general's trusted frienil, and for nn ambu- bud to 1 jiircn up in despair. Paris Cor, theso afternoons, which you might easily do, "I don't bcllevo then is another lustnnco lance. Being oytsldn of our lines, it was London Ulolta for its area is even less than that of Belgium, liko this on record. Men w bo wet e young urgent that ho should bo moved nt once. tho inpro&)ion gained would bo pleasurablo, Louisville & Nasbvillo R. R. when this strusrzlo ODcnod nro now old nnd With difficulty litter bearers were brought and pleasurablo only. But if you linger for feeble, nnd somo of the most nctivo support-- ; irom tho line near by, tho general placed Trmnllnff In Japan. u few days you will see tho mists creep up ers of tho movement were not born when It upon tho litter nnd carefully rabud to tho Tho hotels of tbo hot wrlne villnewn nro -- TIIR U1IK1T- along the anals and over tho field?, tho cumuli began. Many of tho older j run in nearly tlm same atyle, nntl a brief de members of tho shoulder, I inyselt bearing ono corner, nud then into tribo wept for joy when tha corner stono was j changed into or one is stifndit for alL scription voter AUTiLLcnr nnu. TRUNK ono universal cloud that coined down and laid, and they will dlo happy if they can but i You travel on foot or tako fho kngo, n very "jtillery from A unR with tho fog, blotting out tho land, attend ono service w ithin tho wVjIIs of tho j side nionumt laterI pon us; great tho Federal simple iirrangoment Tho kago U a frameJO T1IU broutUtdes opened wa3 while you aro left uncertain, by a change of now building. Show mo such devotion oil tho thunderwl over t.o woals: hUinz shulU work made of UihUmh; ut the bottom a fow temperature, whether it is not autumn part of white men In this day, nnd I will tell j searched tho dark thickuts through, and bamboos are framed up liko a tray and in and will not indeed bo winter younnother ono on tho Indians. "Chicago shrn'pnel swept tho road along which wo front nnd rear a fow more bambooenre framed IT IS NOT ALWAYS SUMMER. Herald. j moved. Two or three steia farther and tho up. On top you have n bamboo roof, and -- tTITHwooden polo In softer climes spriug fa considered the litter bearer nt my sido was struck and full, a great big JtngthwlM., passes through the 31. I'astciir and ttio Animals. i;Wa of flowers. In Holland the flowers in right under th roof. but as tho litter turned Maj. Watklns Leigh, tho geometrical bod at tho railroad stations, The size is only as M. Pasteur, in hi laboratory in tho Rue d' , of Hill's staff, happily caught it. But tho You enter from the ski. Pullman Palaco Sleopers, about tho farmhouses, in tho pots on tbo Ulmo, received mo with tho greatest cordial- fright of tho men was so great tbit wo were much as is necessary nbout two feet wide. window sill3 and in the public gaidciu nro ity, which I learned during our conversation oniigeti 10 my mo micr ana us uunien uown three feit long, und three feet high. H fr not just in their prime. And, liko tho grass and was a compliment I must share with my coun- upon tbo road. As tho litter bearers ran to very conifurfabUjtohJtin it, lioivever you havo ffiiiui-svllifoliago, they haro an unusually deep, rich try. A small beard, just turning gray, frames tho cover of tho trees I throw myself by tho entered it Two men, mil. m you specially reto N'iihIii lllc, color. It U tho alchemy of mobture. That tho most kindly facoof a man small in stature, general's side, 'and held him firmly to the quire a third, como before ami nfter tho kngo MciuphlH, fci on advantage. Tho roses aro largo and of bearing tho French chatneteristics from tho ground as bo attempted to rise. Over us nnd carry you with tho iolo on their ilionldors. U As you arrivo nt a hotel you nro greeted by Allanla, A1& imperial Lmea. Tho geraniums aro no less nf ltta rnlflrt l.an.1 tfcv lilu VU1U Ul l.t. swept tho rapid flro of shot and shell grajw-hh.C1MA liLI ,1.1,, taut uu wmv AIonlRonicry, no season may bo somowuat small, magnmocnt striking firo on tho flinty rock of tho tho proprietor, bis wife, sons, daughters, f eet What a strango place l.illle UolU, iwrter, Niys, cliambermaids, later than usual, for thero lias been no spring ho led mo to, so smiling nnd calm, A world of road all around us and sweeping from their all. any whero in tho north of Europe to oncourago madbeast3; a menagerie kowllnsnnd squeak Mobile urt eu Orlemin. feet horses and men of tho artillery just moved andyour Some of them will help yon to take shoes and ho w the way to your room. precocity in tho floral kingdcix But though Ing in tho basement under his laboratory. to tho front Soon tho firing veered to tho oir a part of this tardiness may lw attributed to Tho mad dogs wero isolated in round iron other side of tho road, nnd I sprang to my Ono nlco looking girl brings you u cup of tea Only ene change to polcti la tho frosts that lingered in tho lap of May, I cages, somo or them biting nt their ban, feet, assisted tho general to rise, ivuued my and a tray of sweets; nnotber will bring you suspoct that it is clilefiy duo to u custom of tho othera snapping nt tho straw upon which they nrm around him, and with tho woun Jed man's a Jnpaneee gown. You change your clothing country, and it seems leally n pity that, liav-in- g lay, and harking as ono novcr hears a dog weight thrown heavily upon mo, wo forsook for tlio gown; then clap your bauds, and somo ono will answer you and show you down tho jut come, theso fine flowers snould bo bark unlevi mad from natural causes or un- tho road. foroid to depart so quickly. der tho needles of M. Pasteur. Entering the woods, he sank to tho ground way to tho bathroom. Mo,t of the hotols Though it is only midsummer, winter is Some of them excited pity ns they lay In from oxkniutlon, but tho litter was soon havo many bathrooms, to meet tho requirereally in tbo air. You do not sit by n Arc, tho earliest stages of tho germ of tho torriblo brought, nnd, ngnin rallying a fow men, we ments of visitor. The hot springs are usually tnkiEi; lioinraon the line of thlt roai wlllrecclti ipeclal ratn. but you imagine tho glow of ono would bo malady, still nblo to givo a look as if implor- j essayed to carry him farther, when a second located nt the sido of valley, and long bamboo r8w) Axenti ot mis Compiny lor rt,rout agrooabla You think you aro probably un- ing help nnd tenderness. Somo Ac, or mite c. Chickens wore fas-- bearer fell nt my sido. This time, with nono plpos carry tlio water into the towns. r. rjionn, u. p.at.a., comfortable, but yoidon't surely know. Too- - tenod in cooih, jxisalng thtlr hoads through t to assUt, the litter careened, and tho general bathrooms 1m e tho water fulling over your LouUtIHo, Kj head ; others are made to ruh out f i o:n the botplo go about with a depressed look and with tho latticed wooden vrnrn fell to the ground with a groan of deep pain. en?as! tlin tom of the bath. Somo bathrooms liav artlio slow gait of tho funeral cortege, luero i nnsulvplvln i tvuHMnnml mnnn ,iaf,.1,. Oivntlv nlaiiupd. I snrnnp to lit nlil- - ninl tiff aro quail iesof chilliness that encourago brisk boring a family of littlo guinea pigs uttering ing his head ns n stray beam of moonlight rangement of ooll water loths as well na tbo . . . Illicit tint mmtniln tj nt f ntTilrtfrtMlo!I Iit plaintive squeals as If conscious or their op- - camo iiirougn cjouus mid leaves, lie opened hot Ikii e vioiled koveral of the origin ef those difforont cliaracter, V". Even tho animals havo proocbing inoculation. M. Pnstour moved his eyes and wearily said: "Never mind mo, hot spring. Tiny all rush out from crovicea lu an air of dejection, and the bird, with tho in- among them liko tho charmer of somo fan- cuptein, nevci iiuih! me." liaising blin again tho rocks, and thoy are so hot that you can HI'ONOIIY IS WICAT.T1I. stinct of approaching cold, gatlier In littlo tastic menagerie, patting them with hk hand, to his feet. I j was accosted by Brig. Oen. not put your linger In witlwut burning it All the PATTKRSS roti - 'i la use darlnu the Tliey nil liute beon chemically analyzul by coHTontions, fly nbout in purjioselees circles xires-dnthem with his voice, magnetizing Pender: "Oh, general, I hope you are not rnr nouiln i , 'i, i.' )fr thorn pronounced a and give In concert the cheerless chirp that Ihombyn look or a gesture, and, like tho subacrlblUK for sriousli woundod. 1 will have to retire my comiwtont men, and by to of greet medical hcrviee precedes the autumn migration. Like tho nil eorU of tho In under the inilucncoof thollon-'ame- r, troops to reform them, they nro so much ilowors, they hae just come, nnd it seems a tha d i grow cnlm nntl cixxichoil in broken by this fire." But Jackson, rallying valid. Hakow (Japan) Cor. New York Com S&nAMy intrw pity that tliey cannot stay a little longer af- '.holr cages, nluto the little rabbits rested on his stiength, with firm olco said: "You must merclnl Advcrtbtr. i ter having flown from southrn countrj'i Jheir lib. I leg in porfoet oljdience. PnrU hold your ground, Gon. Pender; you must "iVIiat " Ciirp " 8uy or I'urU. tuouaondri of miles away, to e)nJoy tho freshyour ground, sir!" And vo uttored his hold Letter iE ness of the north. Holbnd Cor. San Fran-cisc- o Talis I endowed with pcrpetunl life. The j JJemor-est'-s lost command on the field. Capt James Wironlcte. The l'nriivtan National Truuiv. city grows gayer as it grows older. It bus Power Smith In Tho Century. -made beauty a Ariontlllu ttudy, and what with SecrotiveiiL-ft' U u pro7,tntbt!: Ho Quietly Itopllcd. Its paiut'nnd (towder, Its rougo pot, nnd il pensity of tho American aborigine, north or Olilldron Who 311(0 Liiusmigc. "Ohol You wouldn't have mado that move, wuth; and there Is no doubt enamel, It looks liko tho creation of mi AladWllhTweUe Orden far Cut Ppr Pilltnuf but a couslder-abl- o Tho- - laaguago-inaklninstinct of very wouldn't yonr said c i o ot the players. "You your ov.n luUctioe tn'l ef "' !' jwrecntngo of tlio treasura young children, which, hi Mr. Horatio Hule's din's lamp innidiislj night rather than the kuow more than I do nlwut checkors, do youl by the Ineas and Jlontezumas escaped tho growth of iminj ciiituilm. Kvcrj'tLIng is BOTH PU3UCMI0W3, ONE YEAR, opinion, furnUlios tho solution for the AVbtra dhl you pick up all your knowledge of now In Paii and thowbnlo tlty nppearu to ton tlutehos of tbo Spanish marauders. In all question of tho origin of tongues, is tho Riimef' ' havo junqiel ut of n lwndlmx. It is land to parts of SpauLsli America there ore whisperAnd the man who had criticised tho movo ings alwut tho ezistence of Indian families w ho curiously shown among tho children roared imnglno that it was n $3,50 (THREE FIFTY). town whon in Shaker families. Thoy have, acconlins to quietly replied: "do not hurt themselvos working" o, carry tbo ovliknico of thoso acquainted with tlw Christ was i rucilled, nnd that Its foundations "1 was a lawyer (u n country town for fiflaid whon Julius Cownr was Hieklng 3ii somonnoro ore 'robject,iiinny verbs and nouns, apparently had teen years." Chicago Tribune. lib thumbs and blinking hi little eye as n never out of tnoiicr, rappllcd from sources 0f their owni creation, and unlikonny known biown only to a limited number of their most dialect. Tho words nro usually singularly law, red lby. Wo Ainerieons tpeak of Tbo Capital by Jloonliglit. rnoruTiiiicH. nil U'aslilngton city tho coming Paris of tho Irusted relatives Washington by moonlight is wonderfully )f Cincinnati, who Mr. Frederick Hassaurek, ugly mid unpleasant to nny ono with a sensi- west. Tho broad ai I.ITIRAn? passed a number of years tive car. Boston Transcript. streets nnd Miady atomics CONTAIMIJIO STOriKJ, V'ltW, AND OTIIEIt HCISN- IOMBIN114 AllTIHIC, ATTIIAOIION, beautiful. The moon tints to mellowness tho nro laid out with tho sama regularity, nud it )n tho west coast of South America, always Tirio, An llocaKiioM) iattmu. rnro old mnrblo of tho public buildings. It aihlntained that tho bulkj)f has much tlu bamo climate, nnd it into l.o the Iltutraletl irlth Orlylnal httrl .'Hfiviv. tho Peruvian natakes away tho ru$tines3 of tho tomb-llk-o A Mutual lYellug-J'liotogrnriirrM, till tnul future ooclal, artistic, tional treasure w 03 burled literary and tnya, tVooilcHtu, tiitiklnu t! tlteJ'lrliirm.llii(jit. Jlorfil treasury nnd puts llfo into tho stntuos. Tho lako Titicaca, and lelievcs ou tho shores of flue Billings (meeting Buster who U walking rap- pleasure city ot wio tveateni bemliphere. that tlio koy of tho tine of Amerlai. "White Ilousa looks liko a fairy palace under idly, along th street) Holloa Baxter, why Already its Ridcnces surjiass in exterior cret isstill in tho Etch Maguzlno contain a coupon onkr rntllllng tho rays of tho moon, back In among theso old f certain nativa sachems. family traditions this rush! Hie holder to tlio iclrrll'.u i f ai y paltcni llluntrntAd beauty thoso of Paris, and n fow ceuturlos Dr. Felix L. folxkttreoA Washington Lotter. Baxter I am walking fast to keep that felt from now it may tako tho place of Paris. In tho fatlilon drpjr'iin nt In that timnbi r, nnd in ivald. making the tlr.t'j low Staggs from catching up with in?. He's tt asiuiigton is only ninety years old, Puiis is any of the ynrnf iiuilufuciiircil,f)er tlircu )nllcni lli) Mil'i during f dollnrs. .lNatitral Inference. To Shorten the Term. I nnnwfulboro. So long. over 1,800. When Pniiswas 1,200 years of Di:M01!lrs MOSTIII.V Jiirtly cmlllid tho "Ya-as,salil an Indiana cituvn, whoso World's Model .Mirii' w TIip I.trge-- t in Korm, the Billings (meeting Stnggs, who U walking ngo sho had not surpass! In jwpulation A now menus for shortening tho term of that Iri-i- t In Circulation, pi l tiio dot TWO Dollar home His In tbo fcitilo valley of tho mpi isonment Is taken from tho Gorman: slowly) Halloa, old fellow, why aro you of tho Wnshlngton of nliietj-- . AVlien Co1'nmlly Jlanilno Im. j 4hi7 will be tlio Twenty-tlilrhappened ter ha in Charlcstown llaglitratu You are sentenced to fourteen poking along this way I lumbus discovered America, Paris was a city jear of lu pulillciilon. It In cnntinunlly Imwhen tho.fust yeartbquako cum." proved nnd no exten-ltcl- y as to pluce It at tlio head lays' imprisonment for stealing wood. Havo Staggs To keep from catching up with that 200,000 of Family IV rlodlcM "Wliatuid you do when j ou felt tho trem- rou any objections to make I Prisoner I follow Baxter. He's tho worst bore iti town. of over it badicople, or as largo as Cleveif roniRln W iugr, Inrijo t land, and readied tho tiza ef quarto, aVzlIU Indict, I'Uv'utly printed und fully bling!" mvo at homo a' wifo and flvo children. . Arkansaw Traveler. Chicago before Washington was determined llliiitratcd. Published by W. Jlnulugs Ueinorvst, "I tuk thirty grains o' qulnino, b'sosb.' Wouldn't wo all go to prison together and upon as tbo capital of tho United Btatos. It New York, Now York Hun. AND BY SPECIAL AGItECMENT COMBINED serve out tho timo in a couple of days? now has S,SOO,000 people, nnd it is just nbout I'roflts of 3Ioonlilnng. WITH THE Moonshiners say thoy can stay in Jail six twenty times ns big, ns lively, and as beauA "DookOIakcr" lu England. Interior Jonrnal at $3.50 Per Year. tiful as our national capital. Frank O. months in tha year, still threo, and leaf three A Friend's Connotation. Phichbock, of lyjulsiann, has Mi , and mako more money thereby than nt any Carpenter In Cleveland Leader. become n profesiioaal Mine. Portcpouf, who has just lout her " in Engother business. Thoy gob wvonty-flvcents is Inconsobble, land, and Sings out tho odds" nt tho various "Poor Portejiouf," bo to $1 Tlio Mcnncat Tiling Vet. a gallon for their wbhky and tell it as racon. Chicago Herald. ighwl, "h9 is forever asleep In the coffin. " I.E3B P HUrSMATS. , fast ca they can inako It. Very littlo is over Fogg has tald tho meanest thing miy man 'Console yourself, madam," remarked n was Tho Winchester Leader predicts an early riend. "You remembor bo uied to loved so found when stills nro seized. Chicago Times. overhim capublo of Baying. When Mrs. P. TJTIGJ30W 3J31VT'J alone In tho houso tho other ovonlng left winter becauso migratory birds aro going nuch to tako a siesta." French Fun. , 8TANFOBD, EY. . sho roinnrkedi "You won't bo lonolv, dear J" Tho Coat of Tiros. south o, month earlier than usual. "No," ho replied. "I slm'u't miss you nt all. Offict Sooth tide Main Street, two ioor. Tbreo hundred million dollars U a low Do wlso inan is alius er tellfn' us whut.ter of tho direct cost to tho icoplo of this Tho parrot, you know, Is hero.' Doston theMyer HoUlt Eighteen thousands acres of wheat wero , lo ter hab good hclt, but airtcr all it peer liko Transcript. PnrtNllrom Oxide Oai aluilnliterfd whn country of fires that occur in a year. Qstyrntd this season by tho Umatilla Indians, to fool outllbs him, ArLunsaw Traveler. qctred. ldlng . --- of ClitlllncM Uvorywliere. A Dutch landscapo presents n certainly not unptexstng uniformity. TLo eyo takes In nt oaco a brood oipansa Tbo viow la bounded by trees Uut nro only In rows orsmall groves but seom to become a forest as tbo distance increases. Tbo most striking foaturo is tho broad meadoTvs. literally covered with cattle, smoh as are seen In tbo pictures of nativo artist?. Tlicso fields, when the ground is near tho lovel of tho water, aro divided into parallelograms separated by small canals or dilchea covered with aquatic vegetation. Communications between porta of tho samo property fs maintained by low bridges, tcnroely rising abovo thd general surfaeo. Hero and thcro aro farmhouses on tho brink of a canal or among tho fields, tisually encircled by n garden and a few trees, and perhaps tho ground slightly raised or depressed by a low dike, Tbo farmhouses resemble in a general way tho of Belgium, with their steep roo's cov ered wim tiles and tueir small winnows. Tlioy aro not so trimly kept, and tho scattering villages aro not so neat. Now and then a chunh may bo noticed standing alone, on gmind raised four or tlyo feet nbovo tho plain, surrounded by a wall, its spire rising from a muss of foliage. There aro here and thcro villages stretched for a mllo or moro in singio file on either side a canal, which serves a tho only street Windmills aro vislbloon avvry hand, each supported by n tower 60 low that when tho arms rovolvo they seem nlrsest to touch tbo ground I am sick of the idiovry seeming Of a life that is halt a Ito; Of the faces lined with scheming In the throng that hurries by. From tho sleepless thoughts' endeavor, I would co where tho children play; For n dreamer lives forever, And a thinker dies In a day. For the burdens the rich endure; There Is nothing sweet In tho city Cut tho patient lives ot the poor. Oh, tbo littlo hands too skillful. choked with weeds! And tho Tbo daughter's heart grown willful, And tbt father's heart that lleedsl chlld-mlnd I feel no prido, but pity ,No. nol from the street's rudo bustle, From .trophies of mart and stare, I weuld fly to the woods' low rustle, And tho meadow's kindly page. Let me dream as of old by the rlrer, And bo loved for the dream at way J For n dreamer lives forever, And a toller dies In a day. John Bojlo O'lteilly. PLUCKY INDIANS IN MINNESOTA. Wounded by Shots from Ills Litter Hearers Under Federal Artillery Fire Laat Order Given by tho General. When Jackson had reached tho point whero his lino now crossed tho turnpike, scarcely a mllo west of Chtnccllorsvlllo and not half n mllo f rom a lbw of Federal troops, ho had found his front lino unfit for tho farther and vigorous ad vai .co ho desired, by reason of tho Irregular character of tho fifhting, now right, now left, and becauso of the demo thickets through which it was Impossible to prosorvo alignment. Division commanders found It moro and more difficult as tho twilight deepened to hold their broken brigades in hand. Regretting the necessity of rclloving tho troops in front, Gen. Jackson had ordered A. P Hill's division, his third and rcservo line, to bo placed infront. "Whllo this change was boing effected, Impatient and anxious, tbe general rodo forward on the turnplko, followed by two or three of his staff and a number of couriers and signal sergeants. "Ho passed tho swampy depression, and began tho ascent of tho hill toward Chancellorsville, when ho camo upon a line of tho Federal In fantry lying on their arms. Fired nt by ono or two Biusiivia (two uimuvi. balls from tho enemy whistled over my head as I camo to Ii the front), ho turned nnd camo back toward his line, upon tho sido of tho road to bis left. Mortally Own Men The wor.d as gray or just as golden shines, The whn as sweet or Just as bitter flows. Far you as me; and you, liko me, may flr4 Ferf urne or canker in the reddest rose. The tale of llfo is hard to understand; Out whllo tho cup waits ready to your hand Drink and declare tho summer roses Mow As red lu London as in Samarcand. Lips nro as sweet t Lisa ami eyes as bright As evor flattered Omar with delight; English or Fenian, whllo the mouth Is fair What can It matter how It says good night? Justin A. McCarthy. THE DEPOPULATION OF FRANCE, score of dallies coming from different parts ot Franco. Most of them aro dated Friday and Saturday, and thcro Is not ono that docs not contain the mention of nt least two violent deaths. Multiply tho papers I havo been nble to consult by 100, which Is n very low computation, nnd ono arrive! at a minimum of nt least 2i0 deaths by violence per day. In short, ono may toko it for granted that there aro 60,000 such calamities per onnum In France. I had occasion to remark In my last letter on tho almost stationary statu of tho population. -., ndded to other nlio-notnma, leads to but ono conclusion: that, in tho course- - of a century, Franco is to disappear from tho ranks of first rato nations. Of course, nothing Is easier than to prophesy whero tho moans of verification must necessarily Iw wanting. Hut statistics are very thing, ,and are, to a great extent, .. France Doomed to Disappear from tho Hunks or First ltato Nullum. I have cast a rapid glance through about a WHe POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlit powiUr nTrTrlM. A ratrTtl ot purltr, itrenfth snd wholrwmeoeu. More economlml thin the ordlntrr klndt, and can not b iol eom)etllon wlththt tnultltudt of low tnt .short MYERS HOTEL, STAlfrOHD. KY S. H. BURNSIDK. This Old and WolJ - Propr - Known Hotol Still High Ropututton, J...l Hotol ia tho State in it. 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