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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886111201 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. -- iletw 0 VOL. XIV. WAYHBSBURO, LINCOLN cyv Jf ,-.- v- rt.. Illlftl 1886. BJrUJLVES. lw4r NO. 176. n. K. TAYLOR, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 10UN7Y. Bamuel MarRELIGIOUS. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. i) Of LOOAN fJOUNrv, Is a Mr. Will Buchanan lost a horse this The meeting at the Broadway Christ-Ia- n Twenty eol yearling Mules, 18 of them mires, ofSuperlntendent of PuiilleCsndfdite or the offlee Instruction, sublsct He hat been church, L'xlngton, closed with 49 ad- wrek His wife wis out driving, when it forstls. OU on or sldrcu in at Lsncsnter, Ky. to tbe Democratic tltateCooventlon. "3-lr- a J.I..ASTiS. . fell dead in the harne. down with fever. dition. Publtttlied THCHtnuH rtiHt Friaav Miss FJorenco Elmunds has organized The trial of tbe Converse Brothers for The boys here are feeling good, as rea Bargain. there ii no grand juryman from hero, and lying is again engaging tbe Luiville a Stturday amnio class and rinMres the patI 1'JSIl A.NNUM, OASII. ronage of a' I who wish to take lessons. Her nobody has been summoned yet to go before Presbylery. I offer lor aale privately In Stanford, Ky., a very Mr. W. H. Anderson. cflcr The Rev. Joe Munday 1 holdfa forth terms are very reasonable and she is a No. forAs r.presentatlvebisofneat brick bouse ltd Ilot of desirable residence with seven rosms and porch-wel- l understood If vra credit thstll.W wlllt the jury. tile prlvstely of water at the door; stable, smoke Louie, peeled and demanded. Col. Baell 1 confined to hi bed with in Libanon to large crowd and creatirg 1 teicher in music, as she I ip text book. t o arret on Somersst Avenue la HUnfori. The Ac. About an acre of ground In the lot. For Place tati all tbe necessary Improvements anil Is a terms, Ac, apply to II. G. A CFOIl D, After having some repair done, Mr. very desirable ons. Call on or address mi at BUn heart dlteaeo, and is not expected to live much Interest. Agent for J. R.Allord. ClN. Bell Olbion's meeting at John Billey, aesixled by Messrs. A. M. Eg- fordlnreird to It. long. He is an energotio farmer from E'der John W. P. WALT 6Mt P. 31. JfcnonEItTS t ii Bjbon, in Mercer county, closed Monday bert and George S ephen-on- , ba moved his Michigan, drug into t'lestoro room recently purchas Now ii a fine time for rportsmeD, for with four additions ! AHUSINO AND INSTRUCIIiE. I am dally opening an leantlnoof Fall MillinEffler R A Hopper, of Libnon, will ed from Mim Buchanan. Mr, Edwards iquirreli, rabbit and quails are more plen ery, lnclu'ilng all Sqiirrels are join Elder Htepben Collier next Sunday in has moved hiagroctry into the store former 123,000,-00- 0 tiful this fall than valuable block Fnrracontla!uj3U AcrcH A uual. One tingle oyster will produce situated 1 tullSfronCrsb Orchard oa tbeatsnlord The Latest Novelties of the Season. a meeting at Rowland, and will continue ly occupied by Mr. Biller, on the corner cf pike. young oysters In the course of a jwr, eating corn in tbe field very bad. Main and Stanford streets The two now store-rotand rooms over same, Also Notions, such at Handkerchiefs, Collars Tte boy of this neighborhood pay by through next woek. muetgire an oyalrr some anxiety to look It built by Cuffi, Mr. W. F. Kennedy' little daugh'or, ln8tn!orJ,onoathIJeof Malnstreet, In which and find meJtuchlng, Corista, Buttles, etc. You face the old Dr Woodrow' dismissal from tie (Owsley A ton. Also tbe brick residence their actions that they can't after-bifatally. will at the rooms lately vacated bv J: It.O WHLV.Ky. ley A Warren, next door to the Myers House. SmiI, Preebylerlan e'erj, bectuse of bis unor Ciaf, hen been quite eick for several day; I am now living. folks lo ak for their girl, for eeral couItiBrftliTthat Mm A T Suwari'a creat JSl-Btsnford, UA'tC tiVUUKHAR. nltce at New York ple hnvo already gone to Tenne.'aeo and thodox evolution Ideas, has been sanctioned also. Mr Alex ti:opheasn's little baby, $8,000,000 ranrble. Willie, who was bitten in the night by a by tbe Snod of Texas . will he channel) into n dry uosdi tKTf, now got married, The Board of Missions of the Method spider, or some other poisonous insect, and Store-ISoo- m B V. Gcoch and fatally, of Junction dead. HHcut that "Why do yo;i drink list Tile- stuuT1 eald City, are viiltlng their parents here. Mien ist Epiacopal Caurch ha appropriated wa thrown irto vioieat convulsions.' At MT. VERNON, KY. IN STANFORD lo n loptr "Htcsuse, Leou Bryant ha returned to her home Jn $509,147 for foreign missions thi year, n one time his little life was almost despair o temperance Tbe Haydcn tho test In Stanfotd, This old and Hotel Is still cd of, but at this writing he is much betagainst $140,530 last year. "crushing reply, 'Hi tylnskl, after a vjpjt to licr Utir, M wy dm elr."ivry-tt- e In location an 1 arrangement. Apply to fine reputation. Cbargos roatoniW. '' Ducfj 60'cch. The Baptist brethren were ao well ter ?r. O. WELCH, Special attention to the traveling public . 163-plco I pleased with tho Rjy. Percy G. Etaom that The meeting at the Baptist church, At thi Stanford, Ky. A "andwlcb." inh on Broadway, New rThe Sabiiith-'cho- ol " tit. Vernon, Ky. York, carries the follovrins legend on hU ftlifln progre. It has been going on rg-ula- r they will have him to preach again next which resulted in between 20 and 25 addi, Sunday morning and night. tions, closed Sundsgr night. Rsv. Mr. elgc: ''AdvjtlajrU like bmulng u. wet for.vealeit B.BOildnell, Jr I--I. I the tlpmntendernt. Elder John Bsll Glbain will re occu- Green baptizsd 10 new convoke at the Ki'h'as the confity girl -- It can's h&oir&d9." py hi pulpit next Sunday. Subject for Spr(n; pond Sunday afternoon. There are being houtel Ut the dence of all the little one. Tbe circuaes WHOLESALE I"nm glad to see some growing energy tbe morning nermnn, "A' crowded Inn," for are yet fire mora to be baptized und several winter. The lei Icmonajdt left over will Tho Photographer, fc r. joined b letter, and as the night "What a airing Hid." M. he given ighe ilephiDti.tq bJhc in,. .Tata on the part uf the farmer of our aide 60 v 22 West Swan Street, We closed our mauling at Monticollo James is an elcquent and impressive speakstronger far oxt r'eoaV eral of them ' hard got to drilling their will make lit use Monday nig hi. Sixteen persons made er and wes greatly liked by aH denomina- cst. Sjme wheat instead of owin JSly. BUFFALO, N. Y. The combined fortunes tf Mr. Andrew dttlledJait year and bid a much larger the good confession, and 12 pilgrims tions, who crowded the church to Lear him. Cd Mr. Mirk II.Grttnjof New York, Jos, Ballon, His sermon were all interesting, filly chosw"ho had strayed, returned. Wblto yield. A'niVi1 PrleP'J fur Poplar, Ash, Black Blron, Lherry, Butternut. Moiiktar. ofXllfornU, amount to $70,000, - .Wayneebuig 1 aW by ome to be a Slado The evangelist, Sam 'Small, ha been en and S"e VWh.0jk'. Manto, Walnut Bed Oakaud Sycamore. OOOnadijet people Insist that women have VeryMry place since whtky has been voted sued for a bill of $330 by a Cincinnati ew Mr. Joe duoa, of Kau'a, ia vieiliog A. C HIKE, Kant llm In thli tcnrtil. out. I am glad to mm It U dry. Vi our last eler. Samuel having secured the pearl of Mr. Brooks and other relative here Mr. Southern Aeent, t Mr.''Xnnra. Bttpliena fteri'$300.bJC), made election day I aw no Ign of whiaky in great price, seem to be cireleu about hi and Mr Joe Mc Jame, who were the Stanford, Ky. MACK EUUCK'3 out of fiction, but let no enthusiastic ulrl any way. Ererrbidy went hooie sober other jewelry. guests of Miss Louana James during tbe Washington Critic. imagine that the can do the ubb Mr. and in due time. The announcement of the co operative meeting, left M nJay with their son, Ttiv. Buggy & Implement House. NEWPORT NEWS & MISSISSIPPI VALLEV, SiepLeni win an exception Trie ruin le 0 acre of corn meeting at Ihn Christian church for to- John R James At George Ko Mr. Johu Mageo hes re-- THEsold for $15 in tbe field, which was about morrow was a mistake tm atiou ncd wsle of time, I hare now It should have lumed from a lengthy tour through Vir City ctrl Are thoe crest itrrnij cows 10 cent per bmkcl Oat r old for 10 cent read the county meeting of the Christian glol. Mr Dr. Bromugh, of Stanford, A Full Lino of Wheat Drills nnd over there youra, sir? Farmer Yr, momj per nundred bundle Qesrgo Ahrams churchts of Lincoln county will meet at who has b;en visiting her esa, Mr. P.. H. other Agricultural Implements, nod Iter 'be 'trotigesl In tlia rectlon. bousnl of various ptrtiei a lot of Mock hoi. Rush Brancb Church Saturday, Bronaugb, ha returned home. Mies Bo;e resUeia Then you must b the uno that at 4 cent. 11. B. Wilron nold hi City kI1 farm of at and bold three eervicei during the Stuart bo gone on a visit to frlendsin Din Kcntticlij's Route East wakes that awfn'ly ttrrn; butter, ain't 11 acre to a Mr. H btrl far $300 CMh and dsy. vlllo Mcrrn, Frnk Cl'fford end Charlie Full Line ot Buggic3 and Wagons VOi Mia EJiih L!mmer,onool Mr. Bunia' yjHi-ha gona to Owen county lo look out a loWashington, Philadelphia and Suomo, of Llvlncs'.OQ, wo. here Sunday, on hard. In connection with ur Imby lie cation greatest English admirer, write: "I am visiting the Ward Wild Kee are being Now York. plement butincti, I will also carry a of tho town. Mtrsrs Tho only llno.runnlng the returnof Brother Ihrnes to Frank Fox and A E. Gibbons, of Dinyille, X irihwe-lerthousand at Hearer Like, in A OirtMAN Hewiko Maciiiue. A i'e longing for Complete Stock or Lumber, Canada Two men rrntly kills! 1.000 merkablc step in advance in simplifying England; hi pure gospel in needed in the have been miugling with friend here. Mr. PULLMAN Kinr SLEEPIXQ CARS Doth roujh and dresieJ. Prices on everything as. and dried the cunt for wiulir use, nr.d it l the eewing machine ho been mde by a great Babylon. Many loving hearts are J. W. Greek j is in town agaiu. 4D not unusual Lr the local cunner to lis 50 German gentleman, ncd tho practical in- - wailing to welcome him and when the Low its any oue. SOLID OrUCTION3 to Hioh Licekse -- Omaha we shall greet FJtOU and 100 in a da) '4 (booting tore of the Invention wa recently Uemon- - Lord lead him to return IsolUtt nthsreof your patronnje. P.eipccifully I ' lihas 109 saloons paying $1,000 per year Louisville, Oinoinuati k Lexington, Xr. An leditna man nimid Thouip'on went trated. The new mccblne ha not a wheel him with a hearty "Praise the Lord to Washington Oity, HM" I. JJ. lilt I'VE. to a cemetery on purpose lo spit on a. cer- in it, and may b described as the work-ir- g Think you for tbe men by which I have cense, and that money goes into tha chool Connecting In tho same depot with oo much 'good news' fund The ruiult is that the jubiic ecliools ium grave and and brae abaiK it The Isw part of a good sewing machine depriv- hern able to receive Past Trains for Now York. of O.inha are as fine ai any iu the country TKK- couldn't touch him, but he was held gainst ed cf all extraneous detail and cocdened from afar." The Direct Route to Bnta silly, stntlmsnt prevails which op a f.nce whl'e forty two men perams piercd within the uiallct powlblo compa. It Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk nnd all Virginia Watterson Ones Up a Friend. ! pesos the rdop'.ion of this play ifi other sec.and North Carolina PuInU. br and spit In his fcea M cb si riue measure only eight inches high by about is laughing at poor Mr. Phelps' Ali For tickets and further Information, apply to tion, nn the ground that education should K ith i'ellon, of Sbuhola Glen, li aalil lo two inches wido and one inch deep. It i latest exploit in London. It ecm inconFROM tVHKSCK jour nearest ticket office or address W. W.Moa-roLexington, Ky. not be fostered by money derived from such Xo be the (.reatesl anake chrrmer on record fitted at the foot with a ecrew clamp, by ceivable, but It As uual, however, Traveler ICcttirus .Slcli W. General Agent,AM, H. W. FCLLEn, . WiejHIl a eourc. I have heard men talk, bat I nearly 200 rattle- - which it can be fixed to the edge of a table Mr. Bayard, in a life ci-r2d Vice Pictldent. Hehaa Gen'l Pass'r Aj't. in whoee pretended favor this pi nee to In these tli?bt times each buyor should consult Louisville, Kv. eaake and copperheads, and walks among and fairly worked by a child. The work- bogua bill of diplomacy baa been drawn, havo yet to find n man eufii.iently his own tnten-sts-. Why thould you glte one merSOc for an thrut ami handle them with abiolute fetxr- -. ing motion con!: of a vertical plunger will be required by tbe public nod the in his profession of this eort, to refue to chant tblog from article when jou can bur the another lor ecc. To do tbls is not sell good to a saloon keeper. When this tame 10 feeds them on craskera end preeeed downward by the fiogsr from the II Icmscc j unite youneiror family. press to pay it in full, principal, discount man is found the dime museum In the next rl ice. rouahouM baanre to cot managers milk, and eome of them show a decided ' lop, the plunger being returned Into posi- and exchange, and at very high rate too. articles. Poorgoodt are dear at any price. Nohim. They have him ou the list of where Is thla more ao than In Medicines. You 'colon for him push by spring, It make Mr. Biyerd' offense cansljt in having wut tion for the next as well pay Elgin Every mightmedicines. SOc an ouaco tor saw dust as fo Concert Grand, curio'itic. The Salvation Army in Portland, Oie, a perftel luert and will sew all kinds made an ideal in Mr. Phelp', who ia not undicovtro.l Parlor Grand, Kouroe has just received his lsrge stock ol MedSaturday. held eerelce in thejtil there on a retcnt of fabrlci, fine or come, within certain icines of all kind. Every article fresh from the that kind of n thing at all. but a shoppy Baby Grand, such ft strut-lin- g Sunday, and the leader told What responsibility doe one atsumo manufacturers. He now has tbe nicest and cheaplimit. Bsyond its efficiency It jhw little Yankee attorney, iutoxicateJ with est sel'ctton of fancy goods, show caso articles, Ac, Upright Grand, ttory of hi wlcktdcet before he joinadvantage which apicil to all grca.no and quite ditiy over when he indorses a note? Simply this: Ac Thecslebrated Lanure's Sprctarles and eye Square Grand. ed the Army, that after the performance teesan is held for tho (isyuient of the amount glssses a specialty. Tbe best brands ot mixed tamely, that of economy In price. So an eminence for which he was wholly un- He paints every can warranted. Splendid Jewelry, We are opening tbe most carefully selected, tbe was over, one of the conyict said: "Tfce machine cooJj. nnzlera' artist' I wrote to the Secretary of in full, principal and interest, if tho caber tewlnzchromos. frames, lamps, bruthci, baokj ol finest and Ust stock of small la It cott that it can ba purchased prepared. goods, lamp can now be extloRulabed; the vileet summer from of the note, through misfortune, misman all kinds, stationery, a ttousand articles for the London Times for about fire dollar. Slate to thi eflect laet PIANOS ASH ORGANS dear grandmas, malien aunts and tbe smartest ba- sinner hse returned." though I doubt whether he sgemenl, or rascality, fails to pay it. No- uy in tne uustneas-- aii at "Why," irme writer asks, "is a brilliant He wa the ion of a worthy Chlcagoan Ever brought to this city. Lvery Instiument Is assumes nil this responNo man tice, tho indorser thanked me for my caidor. the pride of an artist from 10 to Dr. II. L. Bourne's New Drue Store, 25 percent, lower tnan aud prices rangeask man lest brilliant with hi wife thin any and he had Just returned from college. The sibility, with no vticc in tbe mtnogement other dealers lor the Stanford, Ky. know Mr Bayard better than I do. or has same goods. Persons ol musical and art culture else?" Well, we suppose she akj him father wa a bru'que, matter uf fact man, one businu-- s and no share ia tbe proGts are Invited to an Inspection of tho beautiful, cultia eiiougcr respect and regard for him if the for meney ofiener than any one ele Yon who had no like for anything dildieh, and vated, rellned tone and artist designed theso celeif it prove profitable; than I have. I voted for him at Cincinna of the trinticijii, brated Instruments: take to b' rrowioir money regularly and he noticed with sorrow that hi on return if, for any of 1831 THE CULTIVATOR hot witn a cer n nty cf 1887 Tho ti after Hancock wa nominated, and at d Knnbc, tho Facocalaotly ofyour deareet atd mot brill ed with bangs and various Insignia of dude Chicago after Cleveland wa ruminated. I tie reason? stated, tbe principal fails lo mous Decker A: Son, the Popular Evfriend, rnd eo what will become of hi dom The old gentleman purveyed him iant pay t:e ri'ile have followed him in rniuy haid place. erett nnd the Reliable Now Enijlnnd brilliancy In your preteoce - Js. Y Her critically whoa he appeared in the oflije, Tbe best ol tbe Paelpi I too much for my loyal-- i. But Mr. Bucklen's Arnica Salre. Pianos, aid and then blurted out: n.l T mnt desert him there. Of the ThebestSaWe In tho world lor Cuts. liruli:a AGHICULTURAL you look liko a fool!' WEEKLIES. Tho Celebrated Olough and Warren and reader how "Youcg A Wetern exchange ttll it many beggar on horseback this Admiuis Burcs, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chappod tho John Ohuroh & Oo. Organs. Just at that moment, and before tbe Tlio lo mind their "PV in the following mounted, in its puipase to re-- I Hands, Clitlblalnt, Corns and allbkln L'ruptions, nal ol Country Otntleman Is thoIuLwllcg Jourtralion grlcultur. American amount and Pleaie COUniunlc.ite with usforcatalocu. term "Pereona who r.trouIzs paper roiuig man had time to make a fitting reply, and positively cures IMcs, or no pay required. I, practical value of contents, Jn extent and ability re the politician fur knowing fomelhing Is guaronteod to glvo perfect satisfaction, or monoy ofcorreipnndenoe In qualitrof papr and style prices. tfce pecuniaiy a friend walked iu ahould py promptly, ti. It. & L. J. tOOIl, Spctlal Ag'ts, and to reward the nnrecsgnii d for doing refunded. Frice U ceuu per box. Fcr salo by cf publlcal.ou, it LCcupies he first rank. It Is 13 btanforJ, Ky. a peculiar ia'e-"Why, hello Geore. luve you returnuf l lie prei lisTcd to har no superior In ittbcr of the tbree iropioi of England, after tLe Penny A MoAlltler. Crl'.OSi: H. RICHARD, nothing, the Minister chief divisions of power Jn puihin forward 1 tiblic proper- - ed?" he aked "D.-a- r me, how much you References- A. R. Penny, Mrs. K.M. CarpenSecietary of War, i ihe most conspicuous; ter, J. M, Philips, J. M. Moora and James liras-leWonderful Cures. Farm Crops and Processes, ity. If the printer i pld promptly," and his reemble your father." Stanford; Mis. Maggie Holmes Crab Orch-arand mark the prediction, that such execs W. D. Hoyt A Co., wholesale and retail Drug'Sa hi hr.a jut btbn lelling me " ripped Gen. W. J. Landraui aud Miss Llszle Hull-wapockothoak kept plelliorm by promp'. paj-i- oi; Horticulture Ct Frnit-Orowinof ual can end only in treachery. gists ol Rome, Qa., say: ''We have been selling Lacctsti r, K7. he pule hi pn lo his paper in tho youth. And from (hat dav to thi the pnironc, to think waat would bccime of Dr. King's New Discovery, Elcctrlo Bitters and Live Stock nnd Dairying, peac; hi luragraph are more pointed; be old gentleman ha found 10 fault with Mr. Pne'ms if a quarrel should spring up Bucklen's Arnica Salve for two years. Have nsv- er handled goods that sell as well, or glvo such Whlls It alio Includes all minor depul merits of ruptinUhiH pictures of paeiioi; cyenl in bang. -- Chicago Kimhler. between Mr. Biyard and Mr. Elmunds, unlvortal satisfaction. There have been aomo ral Interest, such as tho Poultry lard, more plrslni.' cdor, nd the perunal of Legal Points. Urecnhouroand Urspcry, Veter-insr- y and Mr Edmund should happen to visit wonderlul cur.-- effected 17 theso medicine in this I'.ciillos, Farm QumloDi and Answers, Firebl papir a pleasure to the pfople. Puate If a note be lost or stolen it doe not Private but not Confi- - city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption side llradln;, Domtstic L'couomy and a summary Lindon.rFrom of the cewsof tbe wesk. Its market Brportsaro this piece of p'rorerbial philocophy In aoma have been cntlroly curcJ by the uteol a lew bottbe maker; ho must pay it. A note deotial Letter. Unusually complete, and much attention Is paid W MISSISSIPPI percelvo it. tles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In connecplice where all person can to tbe of tbe crops, as throwing light upj;lven by n minor I void. Etch Individ It took S197.0S9 le to run the mint tion with Electric Bitters. We guaranteo thera on one of tbe most Important questions hen to i roponlb!e for the sell. It Is liberally Illustrated The direct through Una and old established rguta buy and when The story about two Utile Qiaker boy ual in a partnership, (1) year Mfore, mtwith alwsjs. Sold by Penny A McAHstcr. and Is Intended to supply in a continually Increaof Ual year than the from is an intereitinii bit of luDgtuge whole amount of the firm. The- act in Boaton sing degree and In tbe belt sentc of tbe term, a atanding much more work wa done. The Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis An Enterprising, Reliable House. bind all the other. A receipt study. In a dispute tho little Qoakcra ba one partner of gold amounted to $31,077,380, and all points in the West. Penny A MoAltster can always be relied upon Lire, Agtiuuiltiral XeurBpaper, d is not legally conclutvr. It coiuaga came angry, o acgry that tbey would have f,ir against $21,801,123 In the preceding year not only to carry In stock tho best of everything Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Louis. Although tbe bit been liked to uas the tionp.r. terms in the Ian is no legally neceary to say on a note The silver coinage of the year amounted to but to secure the Agency for such articles as hare greatly enlarged, Country Gentleman as below Tbree t.3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati tbe terms continue to St. Louis. n merit, and are popular with the peo- wbtn paid strict y In aivauce. gunge if they dared. They hurled epithets "f jr value r delved," and a no e drawn on $30,022,347, against $2S,848 950 in the proOno copy one year, tl S ; four copies f 10, and an Only IO hours ham Louisville and Cincinnati by fraud or alat each other for a few mlnutre, and final- Sunday is void. A note obtained aidit'onal copy for tbe year trip to toe sender ol the coinage of the year ple, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of being ceeding year. Of toit, Louis. ways enterprising seever the club, 1 en cop cs S.o.and additional copy one ly the bolder boy, with a gleam of tage in from a pereon in a state of intoxicatioi, $29,838,905 consisted of silver dollar, and cured tbe Agency and tbe reliable. Having Tho Only Lino by whioh you can for celebrated Dr. King's year Iree to tbe rnerot tbe club made with got a Through Slooping Car OfAll rew subesrtbers for 1S37, raying iu adhis eye, clutched his hand, and in tone of can not be collected. Signatures coin lo ad New Discovery for Consumption, will sell it on a the remainder of vance ow, will reclTo tbe paper weekly iroin tbo 0 positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and retclpt of tbe remittance, to January 1.1S57, with great excitement poured hi wrath out in a lead pencil are good In law. Contract dltion to tho gold and silver coinage, From Cinclnatl todt. Louis. be enforced. epeclciuncnplea Ire. Address every aOectloa ol the Tbroat, Lungs and Chest, outcnargo one climyt of language. "Thee' you," he made on Sunday can not M 051 minor coins were struck of the val and to show our confidence, we Invite you to call LUrilErt TUCKEll A tON, Publlsha a. TVT Tlhfi V. CO AW., lstheonly line running Albany, New York. exclaimed, emphatically, as he could say through trom Louisville The prohibition vote fn Ohio foot up ue of $17,377 05. The total coinage wa nd get a Trial Bottle Free. (1) and Cloclnnatl to St. Louis, all other routos being nothing worse. The other boy looked at 55 000. made up of a combination of small roads. 38381,022 pieces of the value of $64,117,' Green's Electric Oil euros all aches and pales. tre cwdUllr receamrad In the opinion of the Richmond, V , 105 him In horror struck silence. Then he a!d, rour U 11 tfe t bi rm.lf Tho Ohio A MIsslsilppl For salo by Mc Robert A Stagg at 60c. Hallway runs Palatial known to us tx Gnottiux to tell mother thee lTAi'7. the tidal wave of republicanism in 'C.r.ilo shall go sorrowfully, tilecplng Cars on nlgnt trains; Luxuriant Paren a D1TH. and OIu of Chicago have '1 TO Green's Golden Balm, sure cure for Catarrh at Trie p W tu.9 told eantUtr. lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coaca-e- s F04rulM4 ( ul Virginia wa brought about first by swore" old abl. and la nry cue It on ali trains. .utHDUimn. compact to employ no man SOc, at McBobert it-- Sugg's, hu girtn utUItcdcn. Cleveland's lered into a Direct and close connections are made In UNI03 "I can alwaya tell a Virginian," said tho democratic dwsallefactlon with eecondly by who I a member of a labor orgrniiatton, How U your bloodr Uw Green's Sartaparllla, irriiftytu Aleett Jb LUV, DEPOTd with diverging lines by theO. A M. o called civil service polioj; iCttsilaUCa. will not permit For sale by McRoberts A Stagg at St. Hotel Lewi reporter. ' Itallway, thus avoiding troblesomo transHudwiuN. Y. because those organlntiouj eaaotnnttl.l fers by other routes. "How do you do It, 8ond)?" Inquired the the growth of protection sentiment, and man outside of them to work whj want to Ohio. ficMbrDlufiUtl. ThsOhloA Mlstltslppl Hallway Is tbe only Una finally, by "distppolntment in the demobrought philosopher. Fries t. 00. between LoulsvUle, Cincinnati and lit. Louis do eo and because they have been general," under one management, running all Its "Well, you eee, a Ynkeo will strike the cratic party and things in with the fact that their men trains through solid and in consequence to face Johu Adams, a resident of Magoffin face absolutely controlled by them. Over When Baby wm eick, wo Rave her Castor!, is recogniied First-Clawash-rooUoute platter water all over the wall, f ru When aha iraj a Child, aha cried for Cutorla, taose Cities. - the towel. county, is 78 years old, ard has been .marlip-enthe basin and drive foApply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for on a strike there are now TANFOKD, KY. When ahe became Jilss, she elnnc to Castoria, full partliulara m to rates, time, maps, circulars He has forty children 10,000 packer A Kentucklan will take it slow and leave ried eleven time. has had a regiment of Whoa sho had Children, W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor or any desired Information, or write to wives ard the governor she cave them Castoria, KOBT. B. FOUMAN, tho Virginian, and 100 grandchildren. One of hi water In the basin, while soldier placed on duty. Trav. Pass. Ag't O A M. lt'y, Somerset, Ky. lazy lo empty the bowl, will had seven sons in lee than four years. U too d JOHN F. BAltNARD. eiio of Stsgs, 20xM, Eight coiitinvie sets el Sees. who W.fl.SHAXrUO, UseOreeuCoughlUljaia for coughs and colds. sry. Seating capacity, Iccluiluc sallsry, Fres. and Qen'l Usn'gr, Oen. Pau. Ag 1. He is now t spry widower, and says he will Heraame A Stagg. wah in the W ' '" water."-Chica- go rates to tool attractions. Cincinnati, O. 60c. For sal by McltoberU Pi Ice live to be 100 year old. ' James Martin, a son of tin, Is able to go ah jut again. -A- Town Iot For Sale NATjE For Sale ajji FOR MXMIBTERY. s tl 162-20- 1 For KBWCOMB noIETi main-tainlng- - nn Storc-F.oo- 4t E. FOX, - - back-olide- TIMBER LUMBER, b.-o- d ltt Ifeiiiville, Pramcs to Ordor. 153-l- 1 Al-Ti- tlam-blere- A -- THAIK lri BOUJEftNE -- e, i. rn-i- .t lock-ttllc- 'e new-mad- e lt World-renowne- Country CMCutlcninu, m-n- , paca-grap- h. hi fr post-offic- - y, d; n, 133-l- Eutomolo-gy.Uen-keeplc- 1 O. & M. - pro-po- et I. m-n- ey p-l- eub-idiar- y 1 $1,-70- 'I ers OPEE.il HOUSE ss ald i--' .gSXjfWWPO 0'x " ix1 "' c-auuanuaa innimnn Smi-8aeeHunimorIourimI -- twth utpraiTrnii BinrngnTrTWgBrMiwwMiiMJiiwMnwawwiwB!!1.! 'L'iitjuiijiuuii umra GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. The barbed wire monopoly has advanSALE, ced the priee of wire $5 per ton. All the Lancatttr, K manufacturers slencd the agreement and Miss Laura Baker, of tfurksville. is a their excuse i that the cost of material has guest of Mrs. Judge Owsley. William Jen- A beautiful building lot on JUIn titrect Slav advanced to that extent. , ning, of Springfield, is at home on a rislt to November 12, 1880 ord,Ky.,oppoalte toe Female College; the most Stanford, Ky departGeorgetown ia excited over the In Klaulbnl, his mother, aeairawe k cition In the city for a handsome residence. Aprly to JOIIXII. CltAIG, ure of Dr. Graves, a prominent farmer, and Born, on the morning of tho 0th inst., Kr., or ll'Jf. CUAIQ, Carlisle,. Son. w. P. WALTON. hia son to Kansas, after mortgaging his to the wife of Mr. Hugh Hays, triplets, unJer dee.1 or Iruat, of It. T. tucky. iw.t farm for $20,000 and leaving $20,000 in two boys and a clrL One of the babies, a the underilgnad will debts, to various parties. boy, has since died. On Monday, December 6, 1880, The republican papers which put up The HUYKRR GCIOK la Prof. Foster, tho Iowa meteorologist, Marriage licenses hare been granted elecUatifd Rpt- - and March, their eagles on the first none from the predicts severe and destructive storms from this week to Benjamin May and Miss Ade-l- ia (Ooantv Court davl In Btinfor.i. publicly h jrraor. 31 pon, tion were a little previous to say the least. orrr for sale lbs Mill v;ij, wall known u lot many BUxlIW December 4 to 17, and suggests that Rlgsby; John Sherrow and Mlas Mary Btanlord Flour Mill, It tonitiisoi about one arte Tho reiult, while & little discouraging to 3.BOO Hlnelrntloiie . a Urea and much property may bs eared by Sherrow. All the parties reside In Gar- of ground on which Is vit.f,! iwimn- iaria an i n.inu. .al..Whole IMetnrc (Jallri-7-commodious Uevetor, answSUslory brlckbulU. the democrat? , is faf from being anything Whenever a little newspaper wants to making timely preparation. GIVBS Wfcolreale Trlrfa rard. log furnlibod with all the machinery and appara-tu- a The fact show its independence It proceeds at once for the republicans to crow over. neceuarr to conduct an exUntlve and pro U- Messrs. R, H. Tomllnson, J. C. Robin-eodtrrtt to consumers oat all good -fur The Grant relic, bequeathed by the oia Dutinna, including a Iniprorrd peneaal or fcanJlw Telia hbu- to is. ears the New York World, if the elec in inmn with both feet upon the Courier' and R.C. Morgan left Wednesday for a I'umi. wiini uj ieaui, ior modern and or obtain-In- g inepurpoao Vandtrbilt estate to the government, have order, auid give exact coat of everj'-Uala supply of water fromansrer falling source. tions show apathy and discontent among Journal, which rarely ever knows that it is eat, driavh, wear, r rota been delivered to the Superintendent of the trip to Kansas and other points West. The The li about 100 from hare fust with. the democratic voters, they do not indicate beine belabored. We do not swallow ev national museum, who will classify and two firat mentioned gentlemen go with the Rtanrord. on tha- .aTniTwIluw R,.n.h the depot at . u. . r.uvu v.i lu. t n JtOOICS contain Theee IXVALUAHIJE .(.formation ajlrautl N. Railroad urletnal ml of ' VJV W"""any restoration of popular confidence in erything that paper chocsw to prescribe, arrange them for public exhibition. intention of making real estate Invest- worrrtponaeoce eollciteJ and nrrmw J2S0OO. froaaa the taaa-ket11 terras of the rl4. We will malt a copy KIlaCK to any ee agryad upon, will tell priratalr. Title ptrfrct. the republican party. There are aj many but its preemptions are much oftener right TKins..Opt-thlr- d Herkimer, N. Y. Tuesday, Mrs. ments. At npota receipt of 10 eta. to defray "I wish you would state that the price stallments of 6, 13 and caih; balance In equal Indemocratio yotera in the country as there than the reverse and It is a much better IS moatht,epr cnt. Ineipetaae of maillaar. XX tta hear from Roxalana Druz was sentenced lo be hanged tern t. Ferwnal ifeurlty on fint daferred num- guide-pos- t KeepMUtallr, Tow. were two yeare ago, A considerable than those who attempt to prove December 29, for the murder of her hus- of marriago licenses is $2 and not $1.50," Lien retained, . jr. II VKnr.tt. said a deputy countr clerk lo us the other ber of them did not vote. That is bad that it usually polnta the wrong way. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Jl.CHAVFLKY. body she afterwards boiled 174-band, whose, Aaal gnats. S27 eV IS Wafcaa Avraae, CUca, HU day. He says there is lots of kicking from enough, hut it is all, In not a single disThe New York Sun makee a good point and burned to destroy the evidences of her the rural roosters since the last Leglslatute trict or State is the republican gain due as follows: Mr. R. B. crime. to an increase of the republican rote. As on Its ancient enemr train on the Louisville, raised the price 50 cents. A south-bounbegan a dreary speech at Atlanta on Washington county, Texas, has betn a further matter of fact the republicans Hares with the scriptural maxim, New Orleans & Texas railroad was derail in a stale of great excitement ever since the have almoBt lost control of the Senate. The Siturday night hold fast that which is ed near Vicksburg, Miss., and 13 cars were election, owing to several political assassdefection of Rlddleberger, of which there Proye all things; B. Hayes could not prove wrecked. There were 40 tramps on the inations by negroes who were incited therewere many symptoms last winter, and the good." Mr. B. the office of Presi train, one of whom was killed and eleven to by white republicans. The military were independence of Van Wyck would, with his fraudulent title to dent, bnt he could and did hold fast wbat woanded. called out and the latest reports Indicate the probable gains of ths democrats in CalMr. Trenholm, Comptroller of the CurFrew this date HeeiTcrenrceuipIefc New Jersey, destroy was good the salary of $50,000 a year. ifornia, Indiana and not that the troubles are at an end. rency, eays: "The National Banks can The Lancaster water, ice and light supthe republican supremacy in the upper The official returns sent to Frankfort keep called bonds as deposit for ply company has beta organized and the house. The republican majority of 41,600 nitre Stone's majority in the 1st over Tur circulation. It ia required by the United following officers elected: W. J, Landram, for Blaine is wiped out in Minnesota. The ner at 1,254; Hunter's over Rhea in the 3d States law that such deposit must be in inPresident; E. W. Lillard, Secretary and majority in Ohio is less than 12,000, a Ion at 1,007; Montgomery's over Belden in the "Watches, Olooks . terest bearing: bonds." Jacob Joseph Treasurer. The object of the of 6,000 from last year. ' In Massachusetts 4th at 2,100; Caruth's in the 5th has previDavid Fotheringham, the Adams Excompany U to supply the town with elec the republican majority is a reductd one-ha- ously teen announced at 140; Breckinridge press messenger who was robbed while on is paid for and the democrats gala two Congress only received 4,791 rotes ia the 7th dis& San Francisco tric light at a smaller cost than his run on the St. Louis the lamps now in use. Colorado is lost in spite of the re- trict. The other districts bare not reportmen. Call and see mock before pnrchaalBg elsewkere. Railroad two weeks ago, has been arrested Mr. John H. Woodcock leaves Friday publican boodle. And in New York the ed in full. upon an Indictment found by the grand jumorning to join a party of gentlemen from republicans failed to elect the best candiThe Columbia Spceiaior liked our elec- ry for complicity in the robbery. e Somerset to go into the mountains of nominated for any office in tion news so well that it copied a column of date they hare o r Mrs. Charlea MoMichael.of Loulrville, on a deer hunt. Mr. Dudley-Cowan- , a long time thus losing the State four it. forgetting, howerer, to credit us for the Druggist and Fharmaoeutista. suing the Chesapeake & Ohio in the is times in succession. work in compiling. But it is all right. Clark circuit court for $40,000 damages for who has bees here several weeks in the in surance business, left Wednesday for Midthe killing of her husband by the explos- day. Col. In his address before the alumni of Har-Tar- d We like to b of service to our friends, J. D. Chandler, a prominent College Monday, on the occarion of its Gen. Gordon was inaugurated governor ion of a lot of powder in a freight car of the young politician of Louisville, was in 250th anniversary, President Cleveland re- of Georgia at Atlanta, Tuesday, amid much train on which he was conductor. town this week. ferred to the fact that he was not one of pomp and ceremony, Hia fraudulency, The Administration is not strong at Col. Sam A. Walton has been notified them "d n literary fellows" as follows: "I Rutherford B. Hayes, was an Interested Battle Creek, Mich. Oat of 2 10 democratof his appointment as U. S. Consnl at DEALER IN- find myeel' in company to which I spectator. ic rotes cast there at the recent election 60 the Capital of Paraguay, South am unused, and when I see the alumni of were inscribed "Antl Cleveland,'' and anAmerica, Mr. Walton will leave in a few N07ES OF CURRENT EVENTS. the oldest college in the land surrounding, other read, "Give us a democrat who wears days for Washington to receive instruc in their right to eonship, the maternal Sam Simpson has been appointed a a coon skin cap and woolen socks." tions. Mr. Walton is a clever gentleman, board at which I am but an invited guest, storekeeper and gauger in Pulaski. The democrats of New Jersey are in a a lawyer of pronounced ability, and is in the reflection that for me there exists no Ohio county voted prohidition laBt very good humor with themselves over every way fitted to fill with distinction to alma mater gives rise to a feeling of regret week by a majority ranging from 400 to their rtcent victory, and will probably em- the office to which he has been selected. whlck is kindly tempered only by the corphasize it by sending Gor. Leon Abbett to Mr. M. D. Hughes called at our office was shot by George Ellas Crawford diality of your welcome and your reassurthe United States Senate as successor to Tuesday morning, accompanied by a ing kindness. If the fact Is recalled that English in a quarrel at Carlisle over a Wm. J. Sewell, republican, whose term ex arreled shot gun and a copy of tho predecessors horse trade. only twelve of my twenty-on- e 1887. Journal containing the statement Mississippi has pires March 3, Tho Supreme Court of in office had the advantage of a collegiate The Casey court of claims allowed 52,- - that ho wore boots which were numbered or university education, a proof is present- decided the prohibition or local option law 145 for the expenses of the current year, 13s. Mr. Uughea' object in calling was to , ed of the democratic eense of our people, constitutional. which includes the county judge's salary. persuade us that ha only wore lis and we Samuel K. Gay, the Pittsburg default argument against the surather than an county attorney's and school superintend- were candidly forced to admit that by dint preme va'ue of the beet' and mo3t liberal ing pension ciert, was sentenced 10 are ent's, each $400. The keeping of the white of superior reasoning powers be convinced W. B. McKINNEY, . education in high public positions. There yeare' imprisonment. ealtnaen. paupers was let to J.C.Chilton at $3250 us that he was correct. Wc make the cor- JOHN BMOI1T, The democratic majority on joint balfor any certainly can be no sufficient reason per year and of the negro paupers to James rection gladly, being always ready to acspace or distance between the walks of the lot in the New Jersey legislature is now White at $47. The county lery was fixed knowledge any mistake), whieh we all most claeeical education and the way that whittled down to one. sometimes inadvertently make. We may at $1 25. There are 13 candidates for lieutenant leads to a political place." Chicago poik packers ha.vo had remark, incidentally, as it were, that while The gazing Into the muzzle of the "persuader governor already in the field and others ample success in obtaining men in the which Mr. Hnghes carr ed, we made a Iz was not generally known that Sam will appear in due season. remental observation that it was a ten bore. East. They have resolved, however, Randall is a champion of the ''code," but The saw mill ol.RuIe & Co., Lexington, employWe trnst there is no mistake about this. he is, as recent developments show. In was fired by an incendiary and destroyed. scind their resolution against the of Labor as individuals, OANNLLE. BOYLE COUNT t ment of Knights the heat of debate Gen. Bingham refer- Loss $5,000; no insurance. se- but insist on carrying on their business in red to the protectionists In general in Col. Dennett II. Young is expected in The election cost tho Bourbon prohib rere terms and to Randall in particular as itionists $617, but they say not a cent was their own way. They also reiolved in town today. Mr. St. John Boyle is already of the ten hour plan. a "poltroon and coward." Oa reading a spent to corrupt the ballot. here and it is supposed the Louisville Neai Dalton, Ga., Charles Patton and report of the speech, Samivel eat him down Ia!ra lnail klna of Southern Railroad will eooa be located Frank Lawler, of Chicago, goes back and indited just such a letter as the moat to Congress by a majonity of six rotes over William Hallman have been arrested some more. charged with the murder of an unknown faithful follower of the "codo duello" Qleozon, his United Labor opponent. Col. and Mrs. A. Q.Talbott returned young woman wnom tuo lormer nau sewould have written and forwarded it to the from a trip in the West on Monday and Mercer county pays her county judge general. The general replied in rather an $800, county attorney $600 and superin- duced in Indiana, whence he came, and are stopping at the Clemens House. They who had followed him to Georgia. Judge evasive manner and the creat protectionist tendent of schools $500 per annum. expect to go East next week; Mr. O. II Lynch ia expected to attend to tho trial and proceeded at once to get down to hard pan. Waddle, of Somerset, is in town to day. The revenue cutter, Manhattan, which other necessary preliminaries. The result wat that the general acknowlThere seems to be another case of diphwas reported lost with all on board, has arThe General Executive Board of the edged his sin, apologized like a little man rived at Greenport, L. I., all right. theria in town, that of little Annie, I year-olKnights of Labor has declared a boycott and a bloody battle was averted Watter-eo- n . daughter of Mr. P. . Sullivan. Thus Sam Purple killed his wife, two chiland others, who are wont to refer to dren and a sister near Marine, Km., and a against tho mets and other products of far the patient seems to ba getting along & Co., at the gentleman in unguarded terms, will do mob caught him and put his light out in a the packing houses of Armour well, and the ca?e has developed none of SUItltlilH, Chicago. Five thousand of the striking well to make a note of this little occur- hurrv. fie alarming symptoms sd often attended & Co., Swift & Co. employes of Armour A brother of Etelka Gerater, the singrence. en that dreadful dieease. Two other young er, denies the story that his sister has be- and the Chicago Packing and Provision er children have not taken it. We are indebted to Commissioner Black come insane in consequence of the loss of Company were paid the wages due them Col. James B. Thomas died very sud for a copy of his report on pensions. The Wednesday. her voice. denly Wednesday morning at the residence of the year are that, In fundamental facts The prohibitionists are gaining in Ar Grain, Wool, Needs, Feci!, Coiil, I.u 111 her,' Etc. "Prof." John Eldy, the spiritualist, o( his brother, Mr. Joseph II. Thomas, spite of the disappearance of 22,089 names disgusted audience at kansas at a rapid rate. Last week the towas mobbed by his deHe bad been ill for some days of a from the roles, as was natural twenty years Sycamore, III., and narrowly escaped seri- tal rote was 165,000. The rote for license rangement of the stomach and got out of after the cloee of the last war, the enormous was about 75,000, while the rote against ous injury. bed and attempted to walk across the number of 43,086 was added, thus making Kentucky ha? paid in internal revenuo approximated 65.000. The prohibitionists a net increase of over 20,000 names above The vote shows room, when he fainted and on being assist since the system was organized $201,400,-00- 0 carried some 30 counties. ed to bis bed died in a few minutes. He the higncst number ever before known and stands fifth on. the list of States a large gain for that element. In 1882 the lived for a long time at Washington City, pensioned There are now 365,783 persons prohibitionists polled less than 20,000. In paying the largest sums. Columbue, Ohio, and Bpringfield, Mo., and by the government. It cost $63,707,832 to Archer, the great English jockey. 1884 they polled 44,000, thus showing an Fred pay them their allowances last year, and is doad at Lnndon from tha effects of a dIb- - I increase of oyer 21,000 in the last two bas been in Danville a greater part of the time for the last three years. He was past Cangrees inciearedtbe average size of all the to'l shot wound, inflicted by his own hand years. his 81st year. His remains were taken to 10 per cent, at the lag pensions more than while delirious from typhoid fever. A Montreal doctor who had an account E.izabethtown for burial. (The Weekly Edition of tho Commercial Gazette,) session. Yet it is eaid that this increase in The torch of of the statue of Llbsrtj The social event which hai kept many expense is a trifle to wbat may be expected is unlighted owing to the lack of any gov with a job printer agreed lo take his pay in work. Alter he had had all the printing of our young people in a high state of exthe coming winter. -ernment appropriation for such purpose, done that he needed there still remained a citement lor weeks past, the marriage of Lexington Transcript of Tuesday and of course New York can not stand the The balance, and, and as his wife was very Miss Alice B. McGrorty, daughter of Capt, expense. 1 'leading Republican Weekly Kewipaper of has the following in regard to our exceltbamott Canlral and ItenrMenUtlTa fli.u. sick, ho decided to have- - some blank funer- A. S. McGrorty,-o- f this place, to Mr, Wm, Fire masked men entered the house of lent Congressman: "A good many citizens of EJinburgh, Scotland, occural notices struck of! with her name on on yesterday, in talking of the Senatorial George Smith, near Cherry Tree, Pa., and them. He locked them in his desk, bis red at 7 o'clock r. M., yesterday, at Trinity question, eaid that they would be more at the point of their pistols forced him to wife got well and found them, and now church. There were nine bridesmaid- sthan satisfied if Gov. McCrearr could be produce $5,000 which he bad concealed in Misses Mary B Fisher, Lettie and Bettie she talks of Retting a divorce. Is furnished to lubacrlbera at the low raU of OHH DOLLAU chosen to succeed Mr. Beck. Mr. McCre- the house. nuking Craig, Sophie Bright, Sae McDjwoll, Bercents a copy a eek. It gives all the new., with every deaWie Ustalf; the price, sow!. dewru It is estimated by internal revenue of"I am just disgusted with that young tie Rogers, Fannie L. Tnrr, Mattle Kenney arr has a warm place in the hearts 'of all TOK MARKET REPORTS are given In full, and tbey are noted for th.lr rll.l,mt. Kentucky democrats. He is eminently a ficials at Washington that the income to lawyer who called last night." "What bas and Lee McGrorty, KPrU telegraphed dally overour own ipeclalwlrea from The bride's drees was man of the people, who makes their inter- the goy eminent for the fiscal year from the be been doing now?" "He tried to kiss me, of white groi grain silk, the waist trimmed THE AORICULTURAL DEPARTMENT Is one ofthe sreatfaatureaotthaWMklr.nl 1. ests bis ami. Hia triumphant re election tax on oleomargarine will amount to more and I told him to behave himself or I with white pasaementarie and duchess uable to every farmer. This department tbowol lang exptrlenc lace, would call for assistance." "And he kissto Congress is an indication of what might than $100,000,000. with long court traine. The bridesmaids THE CUIMNEr CORNER, devoted exclusively to young people. 1. very Interring and A diligent seirch for tho "thousand Initrucllvs ed you nevertheless?'' "No, he didn't make be expected for him from the entire people were dresied in surab; Misses Fisher, Mc- ORIGINAL BTORIE9 and Cholc8eleclloni, with the bet and tens of thousands" sent into this dis- another attempt the miserable donkey co""'0Da0C0 "om .11 parts of Kentucky." of Globe, make the Weekly and Semi- - Wefklr complete. Dowell and Tarr in pink of that material; defeat Mr. Carlisle, has discovered men I ever saw." Misses Lettie Craig, McGrorty and Ken The story that Mr. Carlisle in his deep trict itof one dollar and fifty cents. Cov- He is one of the etangest Scuii-Week- ly traces German Joke. chagrin over the close result in his district ney in white and Misses Bettie Craig, Rog ington Commonwealth. will removo to Wichita, Kansas, where his MIsaNellU Nevada Moore ia tho chief ers and Bright in blue surah. Those in Contains eUbtpagMtfelght columns cacb.and Is printed every Tuesday and at l 40 per annum, pottage paid. Whom who can not take the Dallv Comra&i.i all ,mil,M From the latest returns the House of sops reside, after his term as Congressman who want the newsolttner tban oncoa week, will nnd the Ma and builder of a charming white and blue csrried bunches of white an admlrab?er Representatives in the Fiftieth Congress architect r expires, ie, we hope and believe, sanction. house in which she lives near Pittsburg. cbrysantbemumr; those in pinic chrysanwill be composed of 167 democrats, 154 reKentucky could butter spare any half a when doing men's work, themums of that hue. Music was furnishpublicans and three Labor men, who will She wears trousers Teimi of Bubicrlptlon by Mails dozen of her other alleged statesmen than but when that is over she dons shirts again. ed by Price's Orchestra After the cere act with the democrats. him. mony the bridal party were entertained at One year (omitting SonJayi., .312 One jear (Including 8undar) .... '.,. 00 The prize fight between "Tommy" Baby carriages are now mude to cost as ' .. G Hlx montha. " " Hlx months, " Although the negro rote is in the ma- Warren, of Louisville', and Patsy O'Leary, high as 2375 each. This is good for the the home'of the bride's parents. The bride Three montha, " . 3 "" Three months, and groom expected to leave on Saturday jority in the 7lh South Carolina district, of Cincinnati, for the featherweight cham- carriage-makers- , but it looks like a blow at for a visit to the Etstern cities and in the Col. Elliott, democrat, beat the colored pionship of America, was decided in favor our infant industries. Boston Transcript. spring expect to go to Scotland. The mar- Com I itlngotBewIngMacblnts, Improved Congressman, Small, about 1,000, owing to of the former on a foul, after twelve rounds Wetehpr. Go'd rens, Pencils, Valuable Books Mary had a little lamp, 'twas full of ker riage ceremony wsb psrformed by Rsv. R, etc. vlll be ien In the paper, uailpietoplcsfroe. the negroes took no interest in had bjen fought. The fight was forSl.000 the fact that the result and did not go to tun noils. No a side, ana occurrea near oiuiaraugn's osene. (Joe. day toe lamp it uu expiodr; Grattsn Noland, rector of the church abo? e TUB CUMMEIUJIAL GAZETTE CO., since then she's not benzine. named. t Hill, in tbis State, Monday. bulldozing is even charged. Mn. Watteiwon, in an interview with a New York paptr.lays the lo'sea of therecent election to thedoor of Undemocratic administration, which has been very disappointing. This seems to be the general opinion. The president in trying to curry favor with the mugwumps and republicans, has lost the confidence of many of his own party. Ilad he Inaugurated a robust policy and turned every mother's son of a rascal out of office, he would have solidified the party, whereas they fael their victory In electing was In reality no victory at all. FOR 3TOR SAM?! Splendid Mill Property, Kj. BUn-for- d, r.. aa n 11 o tf lneh,TrlUr a, a n, Bg w 9M ad-dr- s-- i par-me- at d fnsh, tab aii and Silverware 1 Complete Stock of Jewelry, 1 lf At Cost For Cash! enr Ten-neese- IVTcROBERTS A STAGG, W. M, TTIGKIJV Hi to-da-y Hardware, Farming Implements, double-b- GrocerieSaJiSalt, Lime, Cement, In-tebi- Elevators, Fuxiipsj Cider Mills. fcc. 4 or WEMil & MEAIEFEE, Favminglmplements and Ma chin. ery, d ifIs Bagglegj ftamdagese. Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons. 1 THE CIHTGINltfATI WEEKLY GAZETTE! A. oisrxjTir 91.00 Dick-Peddl- e,v.0;. The Weekly Gazette mo'' Jl Th Beml-Weei- ly Daily Commercial Gazette, Our Premium JLit ' lC5-6- CINCINNATI. J im'ay igwwwiiwu HrArxjDAiiTF.na for aniuultlon. Mc- - nri mnniAGEs. LAND. STOCK NO CRO W O-AJSZ-- Mr. William D. Duddersr ami Miss -- Car load freab S lt at T. R, W-l- li n's. H: Birah Alice Gocch were married at Mr, Anothkii lot of Ladle' collari and cudi Wanted -- Corn and Hay. T. R WalWilliam Gjocu. on the 11 h. ,- Stanford, Ky .- -.. November 12, 1886 rfnclvtJ.. OriIai A Oatcr. .. . ton. v , Mr Dafl Pjrtmia,ii bothir of Mr About 12 per rent, of the ho.s of this One dollar cash will get 10 lbs. Kttra C George T. Portmtn, ol this place, nip mar- country died of choler-- i last year. IJUBlness Manager. Sugar at Metcalf & Foster's. E. O. WALTON, ried at Liberty lait week to Miss Ellen Now is the time to buy extra fine Shorthorn bulls cheap of A, M. FeUnd. HloiiEST market price paid for hides, Moor. I. A ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. -- J O. McCormlck, of Hiwkinsville, -- G. E Laod sold to Fannie Gllyln 47 sheepskins, etc., by A. T. Nunnelley. U M G-- ., Mall It tin tolQf north MM oumitted tulcide on the eve of bis acres of land several miles north of town " u is r. m. Owsley & Cuaio still hare some cloth marriage to a young lady of high cociil for $2,000. " " South mwi .....a. MM. 1Vj will from thin date mifll fnrlhor notlcu Bapmitraln" (South ho II everything in 3 18 A.M. ing on hand that they are selling regard ii ii Norn standing and great beauty. appeared to an the Jewelry h a joto U calculated on standard time, BoUt lew of coat. The line AT COST.. OnrKfock or Jewelry, Silverware Mr. Bamuel Brooks, of Woodford coun- alarming extent in Jirppr and Clinton taa li about 30 minutes fastarl and Clocks Ih complete and ihe luteat Myle. on need net ask Hehry Jzrkey, of Brunswick, Germa- ty, formerly a student at Central Universi- conntie, Iod, LOCAL NOTICE. Jonathan Bnilih. of Scotl, sold to Gee. tho reason off hNRlHiuhter; It iHononKh to know that HiIh Ih ny, was made a citi.in and a roter by the ty; and Miss Minnie H Todd, were marBtckeHOhead of 1 000 pound cattle at yonr opportunity. ried in Richmond Wednetdar. Buy your SebooTHooka from Penny A Court Wednesday. Chandler-Ramse- y McAIUter. The fint mar $4 25 per cwt, . llrlng tho laonoy with you. Te will pDKltively cll only In oar drew goods department ws bare W Atchm and Jewelry repaired on ahor D , J. B. bought of Peter Car- Cash. the largest and mist complete amrtmenl riage to occur in th new Christian church aotlce and warranted by Penny A MoAlla ever brought to thla market. Owsley & here was solemnized in a beautiful manner ter and T. J. Hill 40 ho?., 310 pounds aver. and under beautiful surroundings Wedoee erage, at J3 05 Cart-rldg- n, Craig. Iotded IIONTEns. Attzktiom. day afternoon. As the bride had been the all sixis of shot, at l'enny A J. L Grundy, of Marion, bought of A ruLL slock of double, breech and faithful and excellent organist of the D. A Spalding 4 yearling mules at $C0 per muzzle-loadinshot-oun- r; alto loaded church, and aa ahe waa greatly loved by ttock of jewelry, latest A ooMi-LKTall, bead style. Bockford walchea a apecialty. Pen shells of all sizes of shot. MeRsberta & the ladies took especial paine in decorating Wanted, 100 000 bushel of Irlh pota ay A McAHater. BtiRB. it for the event and ihe result cf their la- toeeoncarsat Stanford, Ky. Addr.s J Tfm) Lckian Coffee, colored, was lodged in bor, must have been very gratifying to the A Ferrell, 8helby City, Kr. PERSONAL. jtll yesterday charged with cruelly beating lair young gin eoverai arches ol everA. T Nunnelley haa bought In tMr the euwt of Mra. Ma. QnesuAM his wife, and will be permitted to dtlend greens and cut flowers were arranged mott and adjoining oounUei 1,200 turkeys, for Capt. Bailey. himself of the damaging accuiation to artistically, from the centre cf the forwhich he paid frim 4 J to 5 cents Mr J. W. Alcorn has been detained morrow. ward of which hung the monogram Tim W. Hlgjin reports the Louis-vill- e at home wveral daya by Ulneai. of the couple, excellently executed in everhog market active and firm at 3 to The ladle of the Christian thurca de G. A. SVfiMlBBOAD left Wednesday -Bick of this 3 00commn to medium and 4 to 410 for Doalor In- tire ua to return their warmest thanka to greens and chrysanthemums. for hli old home, Bolllvar, Tenn. were three other arcbee in a row, and pendgood to extra pickers Dallas, Texw, tboM frleada of the Presbyterian church Mr JoHsT.aJio,of -- J M. Hail sold lo J. T. O'Halr 130 who so kindly assisted in the decorations ant from the middle ono was a lovely rrar li guest at Cai.t. E T. Rochester's. riage bell, while a pair of golden gate I acres off of Ihe old Jack Griffith farm on for the wedding. Mi88 Jkwnii Sumpier, of Mltcbella beneath. burg, who baa been visiting Mra. J. A Car It Is very fashionable now for young swung together pyramid of Still farther In the Crab Orchard pike, about 2 miles luxurious, grow from town, for $1,600. men to wear colored shirt. The Prince of the rear was a penter, roturncd Wednesday. ing flowers, adding fragrance as well as Archer, the Eoglish iockey, who kiltMm Mary Chriiman, of Btanford, Wales set the fashion and of coarse all the beauty to the brilliantly-lighteeoene of ed biamlf, la reported to have left a forwas the guest of Mies Sue Coialt, first cf toadies followed. The fact that they rave Btfore 1 o'clock the tune of over fl 000000. Hla hobby was a wash bills will likely make them more pop flsial enchantment Newi. tbla wek.-ParktT- illo church began to fill and by the time of the wieninc horae, and oa that he galloped on Mr. Samuel A. Walton, a. young ular. of the bridal party waa crowded the real to wealth. hwyar of Lancaster, Ky.. baa bea recomTriplets. It is not often that we haye arrival walle, no gentlemen it being able to ob lo the At Lexington court 31 horses sold at Paraguay. to record the hirth of triplets, mended for Consul at Aicension, but we are tain a eeat. The sweet strains of "Lohen$90 lo $100; ping her, at from $30 to $70; TIbm dlepatoh called upon tp do eo now. Mrs. Hugh of London, pawed Haya presented her husband with three lit grin Bridal March," performed in a meat common mules sold at from $50 to $75 and Mr. Johm by Miss Daisy Barnside, good mules at from $110 lo $125; milk cows here Tutoday on hla way to Cincinnati to tie onea this week, two girls and a boy. delightful manner upon hti duties a poetal clerk on tie They were all alive, but the boy died in a broke forth and at 1:50 the psrty entered the told at from $15 lo $30. enter Best grades of cattle are In fair de church. Preceding the contracticg partie', Cincinnati Southern, to which he haa uat short lime. Mr. J. L D. Chandler and Mis Luella mand in Cincinnati and prices range from m We hope and believe he been appointed. James M. Uiatt, who was shot last week Rmty, little Mines Virginia Biwman 1J to 4.C0 very common to extra shipping; will bi an Improvement on the average at Crab Orchard, by Mr. Kiwards, called and Dollle McRoberts, clad in white and hog" are dull and lower and run from 3 mail handler oa that road. Mil. Looak McKtt, Master Commit to see us a day or two ago to say that we carrying baskets of flower, marched to 4 10, with m!m mos'ly to packers at 380 In error in oar statement of the trou down the centre aisle, followed by the uh-er- r, to 3 05; sheep are firm at 1 to doner of the Boyle Circuit Court, haa been were Messrs. J. S. and James T, E. P. Vaught ro'd to Eheriff'.Bjardon attending Court here thla week. He Ii one ble. He says that ho was in Elwards' store when he ordered some fellow out and Craig, and the minister, Eld. John Bell Mondav 12 2 vear-ols'eer calves at $50 of thote puty men who believe that to the playfully remarked to Edwards that the Gitwon. The other ushers, Messrs. H. L, rr r bead. R. E Colt mi n A Son sold to victors brlong the "polls and la confident fellow was a bad man. Edwards then or- Porter, J. H. Btughman, John Bright, Jr., Beard A jOrotberr, Lexington, 8 hesd of that no party can eucceeJ, which doe. not dered him out and that night as he was go and Mark Hardin, went in pairs down the aeed mnle at prices ranging from $100 to have its officer. In sympathy with the log to church he and a friend met Edwards right and left aisles respectively. Arriv- $140 - fHmodrburg Democrat. and he remarked to him that he had better ing at the allir, the little girls opened the Bruce A Wood bought of Adams Bro , LOCAL MATTERS. talk." He made bo ef- gates and held them open, while the of Lincoln, 20 three-ye- ar repeal bis old caiile, 1 100 fort to atrike Edwards, who, without even couple paired the one through the right pounds average, at $3 80. J C Johnson Rink will bt open to sight with an The drawing hla pistol, fired It at him through and the other through the left arch and shipped to New York la-- t week a d attractive programme. his coat pocket. Tho shot struck Mr. Uiatt i lined each ether under the bell and be- of 1,500 pound cattle, and sold them for One dollar cash will get 15 lbs. Orenu nearly in the centre of the abdomen and tween the gatfg, facing the audience. The $5.20 per cwt. Danville Advocate. ranging to the right, lodged in or near the uihera following took their stands on the lited sugar at Metcalf A Foster's. nipioini, wnere u sun remains. It waa right and left of them, while these from Programme of Cold and Sitrer Band at the We are celling stoves and everything Rink, Friday Night, Nor. 2 an exceedingly cbse call, but Uiatt thinks the tides stood under the arches on either else at surgar prices. Metcalf A Ftater. 1. "Wlteh Dine," Orerture. Goela the lightning could hardly kill him. He ride. The minister stood under the for r Line" March Warren Turkey- - Wanted. 1 want to buy 2, is a good looking young fellow and made ward arch and in this position the words 2. "Inman "Xaaa"....8. Walte, Th Otcse hla statement in a straightforward and genOOOgcod turkeys nt once. A. T. Nunnel were fitly, beautifully and clearly spoken i. "fikaten" Gallop ......... Behict tlemanly manner. ley. 8ulllTan that united the happy couple till death 5. Walla "Mikado''.m PAR II. Go gE the wonderful Automatic Watch Circuit Court. The Jrlal of R. C En ahall parf, Toe organ, which had contin- B. "Stephinte." GaTotte Cilbulka ued in subdued tones during the ceremony, New Jew gleman for maliciously 7. Wilta "White Wing." tell time without handi, at the shooting and Ferranl .. Welb wounding Bniith Biughman, in progrera at again pealed forth and the party passed, out 8. Gallop "A Is" elry 8lore ..Mumlello adjournment Monday night, resulted Tuei through the centre aisle, preceded by the 9. "McCrearj'i March 10. Walla "See-SaThe trial of Cjrenue Ware, charged with -- Crown day In hla acquittal. In tbfa cise the Com minister. The grouping was very the and It. Waltz "Sweet Htttbcr Bell (Uteit) br n- cattle aloaltnp, mm in progree at Wlnchee ths c fleet a very artiMic picture. monwcalth'a attorney waa asainltd by Robt. . iUit......... Howard ter yesterday. Miss Luella is the only daughter of Mr, Tola is the mou papular programme O c Harding and R C. Warren and the defense Our Don.olia Kid Shoe for old Ladlte was represented by W. II. Miller and and Mis. W. F. Rtmtey, and besides being D.nd has ever offered, and is sure to plearp , is the mott comfortable shoe over sold here. Welch A Saufiey. handiome and accomplished, is poteesmi ol evirr one. Afier this proiaoime the " A Craig. William Grayson, one of the regies a warm heart and tuoee traits of character Gold A Silver Orchestra under a compeand handsome stock of fall goods charged with the killing of Si Singleton at that endeared her to every one, and while tent leadf r will fioiih out ihe evening's A new haVjuil been received by 8. H.8hanka. Eiogt Mountain, wit acquitted by a jury her friends are gratified at her happiness, Wednesday and Georgo Woody and John there la a general feeling of regret that she -- Judge Ftnley, the Call and ex. mine them. Utejeiiublican will be no more of us She was very befor Onjrpm in thn E'erenth dls bo n good tlmo to have a suit Brice, indicted for eoneplring in the killing, Now would blue a neatly-fittinwere likewise acquitted on peremptory in comingly attired in trict, raid In nne of hU rpeecbe that "ho made. My 1'- -- to elect from Is largo and SXog-TCillin- g. etructions of the couit. It was brought out camel's hair traveling drew, trimmed in wouM rather be a do,r than a democrat." as lam not particularly rushed with work, garnet nnd blue, with elgant turb-i- hallo in the trial that Css Inman and Tom Toll! The Judge is not a democrat. - Owensboro I can make you asnlton short notice. H. ycr, two other negroes, had committed the match, and carried a bouquet of lovely Inquirer. C. Itupley. murder. Among the lawyers appointed to white flowers. She bore tho ordeal very S Col. W. G. Welch traded to J. W. Mc- defend the nrgroes, was George W. Gentry, gracefully, the only perceptible change in ! 1KTT ADTtBTIHCMCItTK. AHater, Cnhlcr of tho Baxton National the colored attorney, who made his maiden her appearance being a heightened color on Btnk of St. J.eeph.'Mo., 50 shares of stock effort before a jury and acquitted himself her cheeks, making her look all the pret! in that Mnk for 50 in tho First National well, the lawyers say. tier. Mr Chandler, the groom, is a hand of Stanford and $750 to boot. Tho grand jury finally adjourned Wed- some young gentleman of Zinesville, Ohio Two goal boioti-t- be Wm. Hjt and Mooro buei-ncs- ) nesday after finding 47 indictments. Mart of good habits and is said to be a fine 1 property. JF. ItEID, Stanford. Ab popular a: Got. McCreary is in hla is to be congratulated on man. He own county, Joe Cohen, for member of tho Smith was indicted for murder and Ike negro boy who killed his compan- the prizi ho has won, and here's hoping got 57 more majority Board, they will always be happy and live long MERCHANT TAILOR. in MaJieon than he. He did not get as ion not long ago, was likewise indicted, al200 though acquitted by the examining court and prosper. I want tcreral Rood Carpenttra for three montki. many votes thopgh as he did by over Immediately after the, ceremony they Will pay good prices. and hla large majority is due to tho fact Most of the other indictments are for gamI have received and still receiving were driven to the depot, where huodreds It. C. BrtADl.KY, . that West fell behind Todd about 300 ing and other misdemeanors. A dczen or of Mrs. Chandler's friends gathered lo wish 172-Lancitter, Ky. more of Crab Orchard's citizsna are indictvotes. bon voyage and extend congratulations. bunco-sharp- , departed ed for the former oflinee. Tom Saunders, her bridal tour Includes a visit to Waih JESSE J, THOMPSON, Henderson, the of tho same place, is Indicted for fornica- The money ball to the amount of S1.500 for ington City and other points East, after THE Comprido, lb, bo.t la Ih, UKkel, nhtch will b. tion. The man, Elwards, who shot Hiatt, T0NS0JUAL ARTIST. the cue against him in Shelby county, waa not icdicted for that offense, but fnr which they will return to visit relatives in Bharlagand Hair Cutting dons In tho latest Gottoo Up In Stylo and Mnko Sooond to Ilono in City or Oonntry. but Just aa he was ebout to be released ha carrying concealed weapons. O'oio and finally to settlo down in their fu- style. Ladlti aud Children glren particular atwarrant eVorn out by oo waa arrested GIto 910 a Trial. The application of Mart Smith, who ture home at Zinesville. Mra. Chandler tention. Dr. Burke, of Ibjle, charging him with was the recipient of many costly presents killed 0; Smith, for bail waa set for yesterCOMMISSIONER'S SALE Bwlndlinghim out of $0800. A friend of day afternoon, but the Logan case consum- from friends, besides an elegant gofd watch offered the doctor $3,500 to Henderson nnd chain from the groom. ed nearly the whole day, compromise, but he demanded $5,000. - Grass A very great number of Commonwealth DEATHS. In circulation that Proscu cases have been disposed of this term, The report Lincoln Circuit Court, October term, ISSfl. Wjatt Sandldge's Iln., plfli., vi Wyatt ting Attorney William Ilerndon would re- though but little has been done in civil Mr. Mary Wherritt, the grandmother lira., delta. In Equity. Pursuant to a sign at the cloie of thla term of tho court, basinets, Tbecaseof Miaa Belle Hughes of Mr. W. O. Wherritt and Mrs. W. M, Judgment rendered In the abore styled cauu, at tho October term, ISSfl. ol the Lrncuin Circuit is denied by that gentleman, who says the ngainet Dr. Cupeuter for malpractice had Bogle, died at Richmond, Sunday, aged 78. Court, I will as Couuniuloner of uld couit,on SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBjyeSWfBBBISBBIKvSBBBBBa only crounds for auch a rumor was that ho to be continued and many other important Mrs. Bcott, wife ol Lt. John Scott, re Thursday, Novombor 18, 1880, had said that while be thought it hla duty cares. Mien Belle saya sho will not get a ceived a telegram from Washington statbouieon the to hold the office to which the people had change of venue. The First National Bank ing that her husband died yesterday morn- At thenuntton the following premties, sell to the described tract of hlgheit bidder him, be did not think they got a judgment for $1,000 against the ing of softening of the brain. Lt. S:ott be- land, situated on tho watenof Hani Creek, lour had elected miles from Huitonvllle on the banvllU and would demand It of him if it did not pay Hubbies as surety for Mattingly, in which longed to the army nnd waa a high toned, pike, 8 mlls from Danville, containing III. and SO poles, lt and was a consequent pertonal sacrifice to they made the same plea as the other case honorable gentleman, and those who know 177 A. Wyatt Bandldgo livedbeing the Urm upon In hli life time. which for $4,000, which was continued. farm li well lmproroJ and bu upjo U a say he waa the kindest and best of hus continue. gosd frame dwelling home of 8 rooms and all necwife he leaves three essary outbuildings, a young bearing orchard ol There never were in our recollection eo Ike Loo an, a little negro boy, indicted bands. Besides his of the circuit for the murder of Will Goggin, was put on little children to suffer bia loss. The re- flveacrts. The entire farm Is of the beat of land, many acquittals mat thla term well watered and all In grass. expected this afternoon and tialdssle will be made on a credit of 0, 12 and 18 court. Some people attribute it to uck oi trial yesterday. At the time of the killing mains are with approved security required shortly afterwards in- months. Bonds from day of sale until paid and with C per cent, vigorous prosecution, but In the more be waa acquitted on his own testimony be If they arrive will be a Lnw-lehaving the force and eUVct of Judgments. A Hon yard of Mr. James R important casei the Cdmmonwealth haa fore the txamlng court, there being no oth- terred in the will bo retained on the land as additional security law. bis father-ilor the payment of the purchase money. by hble lawyers. Others say er witness. Hli atory was that Goggin shot been assisted G, JH. DJ.V1SOX, Matter Commissioner Lincoln Circuit Court. that the result of the trials is due to the himeelf in showing how he would do if he While the citizens of Burkaville were In was going to shoot a man. Subsequent denew law pirmllllng dofeadants to ttatlfy same time and plica W. W. and P. Indicated that the story was celebrating the election of Hon. Godfrey C. Also, at theas Kxecutors oi the last will ol MarBandldge, their own behalf. O.e Jawyer remarked to velopments Best anvil with which garet Bandldg. will aell to ths highest and best of a untrue and Ligan being a very bad boy Hunter to Congress, the bidder about 1C0 ares ol knob land adjolnlug the ui that it was a pretty poor excuse tbey were firing a salute exploded, killing above described tract. Alio 8 Cows and Calves, indictment was found, The Waterproof man who could not make out ft Justifiable generally, the Household and Kitchen FurniD R. 1 lainlly Horse, ol resulted in his acquittal. Jim Walk-e- r, Walter Haggard, ton of ture, Are shares stock in the Farmers Nation-- al for himself; atlll others think that a trial Coat. c&ae HI Bank or Stanford. negro, was on trial for stealing $22 50 Haggard, and reriouily wounding Jack Z! ftrf mOl kMB 100 dfT tO eympathetlojury was struck on this time. of Balk. All sums under 810 cash in Thus ,nnSIIBIAXVnBUCUwmN when we went to press last night. The term Jones, the jilet; M. Huddleeton and Wm. hand; over that amount, a credit of GDdajs withTho real reason ra- -, be that the parties Ritcby. Jones' left leg s amputated be- - out Interest. IT. of court expires by limitation If. .J '. C. HAXDl OK. r.xn. ought to hav. been acquitted, though there - J.i intn .lpb n "wH " " ...-..- Roberta AtiUgR. FOR I THE SLAUGHTER COMMENCED THE CHANCE IS YOURS. A ft M) lit Pleurc-pntuinon- ia Oa-a'e- y ter fc 3XcA.litei. g 1 i. lit WAitt:St HARDWARE . 1 d GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ii Parl, TINWARE, 4. QXXEEWSWARE, d Oonfectioiis, Tobaccos, car-loa- COR MAIN & SOMERSET STS. STAFFORD, KY. ' V Oa-ele- New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such as New Raisins, Citrons, Currants, &c now in stock. can-didat- e g Salt, luarrt Cans ami eTaiv, Batcher Knives, ami other things used in GOOD CSv-OOIDS- F'CDT 3R.exxt. 172-4- :fli:el fricbs IVanted Carpenters. 3t Xla C. HUPLEY, New Goods for Fall and Winter, tCS-l- m Fine Blue Farm. e'i Wall Paper, Furniture, le Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. u, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. n B. K. WEAREXtf, I frsti imf SLICKER BBWETf -- m M Tf'V TV" V &uuIn3nlOTor lowiral ; TmtOTJCrll THE AIR. It's my bread, the balloon b, and they'll make STRANGERS SURFEITED WITH SWEET SOUNDS IN THE CITIES. Tlio Itinerant Minstrel and XIU Slnglo; Slarca Strains of Music Everywhere In Milan No Kscnpo From the Terrible OrtloaL Many of theso Italian exiles, however, whom o I Isavo encountered in Paris, Brussels, and Genora, rarely stoop to manual labor in order to cko out a living. Before leaving their nativo land they kidnap boys and girU who havo good voices, or bring their ovrn children with them, and train them up to play tambourines and concertinos, or master tho fluto and tho violin, and, onco they havo received this elementary instruction, the impressarlo travels all Europo with them, and sometimes crosses over to America, o where ho generally fancies that oJargo is to bo mado out of the material which he has got ready on hand. Cafes aro generally tho haunts of these itinerant minstrels. When ho bringi them into any town or city ho takes up his quarters in orio of tho back lanes, and sends them out to sing. If they do not lay a certain amount of money at his feet at night when they como homo, ho beats them and sends them to bed supperless, and the result b that when thoy grow to the years of maturity they abandon tho old tyrant, and ho fa forced to seek "other fields and ixutures now" for lib fortuno making. Lau-sannfor-tun- Tea, N'ed, It's tho only wny to savo me. no moro of ripping the Defiance to ribbons than I would of ripping tho shell of an egg at breakfast, tboso peppery Marsclllabl'' Tho situation was, to say the least of it, exceedingly awkward. It was tho evening of a such as may bo looked for in tho south of Franc; and tho Ducnsse, or local festival of St. Mauro, a vlllago lying on tho coast somo two leagues eastward of Marseilles, had fete day, in Wlllant, sultry autumn weather, drawn thither a swarm of tho population of tho old Fhocicon city. There was dancing In merry twang of tho fiddles progress-t- ho floating upward through the. vine tendril that hung across tho open window reached the my ears as I stood beside the bed-- but great attraction of the evening's entertain, in tho nient was to be a balloon ascent,English' midst aeroof fireworks, on tho part of an who, In the glowing language of thi naut handbllb and posters that had for tendays as,tho past advertbed tho trip, was described lo Rot famous, tho intrepid Oliver killlck, des Airs." As for myself , I was simply a young artist, Edward Holmes by name, not long slneo returned from a protracted courso of art study In Rome, nnd who found It hard enough, by touching up photographs, "HnUhtog" tho sketches of amateurs and taking nt tho lowest rate of remuneration tho portrait of whoever favored mo with a sitting, to procure tho wherewithal to live I bad been accidentally thrown a good deal In tho company of KilA SINOINO SLAVE. llck, who had for somo tlmo been exhibiting The cruelties practiced on tbeso littlo onc In the south, and Often havo I hb balloon In various town3 contemplate. ore fearful to fellow dark-eyesignorino who bad shown me somo kindness as a a reNeapolitan seen a pretty, countryman, whllo I, on my part, had looking jxile and liaggard at tho early ago of gard for tho old man, whoso quaint anecdotes 12 or 13 summers; her features robbed of traveling balloonist that rich rod color of southern climes and a ofhb experkneo ns a pitiful harrowing gaze in her orbs, as she were often amusing. difficulty had nt tho lost An4 now a serious glanced meekly at you and pleaded mutely T.be garden tho for a copper. Others I havo beheld with moment arisen There In ropes and of stakes cheeks sad re- village Inn, fenced off by scars and bruises on their surged minders of tho ferocity ofthctr owners, .who. rmniliA nivsfcuru of Uio crowd that pocket tho swag, loll lazily at .homo njlday around, was tho Defiance, fully inflated, """" " w, ."" whllo their miscrablo little hacks aro wasting straining ot tuo com their lives away in tho fetid atmosphere of earth, and ready for use, whllo on his bed lay of tho Air," groaning nnd low drinking saloons crying for nlms and tho unluci "King disabled. Ho had bent for me to visit him In forced to listenotharibald,cpnvefiationf bceot tod'dfu hkardi hb room shortly, after tho occurrcnco ot tho d children accident a stumblo over n looso plank nnd n I found ono of theso though I sympathized tugging nt my coat tails one evening, as I fall down stalrs-a- nd was leaning over tho battlements of ono of with him sincerely I had been quite at a loss KMick was. a heavy, tho bridges overlooking the Hhoneat Geneva. for on expedient When 1 turned around I saw a prematurely elderly man, and hi hb fall hail severely-spraineeyes, holding out hb right wrist and injured hb aged child, with tho palm of her hand and looking up piteous-l- y thumb, besides receiving a cut on tho left " at inc. Sho held n very old violin under temple.- That't nothing," ho said half querulously, her anus mid a pair of tiny cymlnls was attached to a hempen cord that encircled her ns I examined tho hurt; "I've had worse In waist "Ah I monsieur," sho cried, in broken touching tho ground, many's tho day. It's French, "I havo been out all day playing, but tho thumb that's the matter tho thumb nnd tho timeo niv ail and people havo no money tho wrfet. I cant handle tho valvo ropes I only earned 10 sous with this crippled arm any moro than a school to throw away o i : mo whra I do not girl could do It. And whnt's to happen now!" and papa always - .. bring him n franc, and now It b too lato to My first idea was that tho accident, and play any more and I feel so 111 that I fear I the consequent inability of tho talloonUt to will dlo if he knocks mo down and kicks mo givo tho promised exhibition, should bo anas ho often did before, Will tho monsieur, nounced, and an apology made to tho public; for tho love of tho Madonna, havo pity on but tho veteran decidedly negatived tub apHe reminded me? O ceil! Inspire monsieur to have pity parently obvious proceeding. on mol" mo of tho Irascible character of n mob everyA MUSICAL UEDLAM. where, and abova all of a southern French Milan b m far as tho cultivation of music mob, and assured mo of what I could readily b concerned a typical Italian city. It has lelIoV8, that no excuso would bo accepted by its woi Scala whero Verd i's now com- tho fiery Marselllab, balked of the position fa to bo played during tho forthcomtreat of an nscent; they would ing season, and a conservatory for operatic certainly destroy the balloou, and not impupils. Every day strains of made fallal-mo- probably offer violence to the aeronaut. Tho ceaselessly on tho car everywhere. With very loss of tho Defiance would bo a serious the first Hush of caily day ono hears tho disaster to its owner. Then, too, a rich martial i iug of the military bauds ns they landed proprietor of the neighborhood u march nt tho head of their respective regi- vain young iwaai, with a'taste for notoriety ments for drill to tho spacious piazza behind Vnii niTnrl flftwn loufa d'or to bo taken up tho Foro Bonaparto, whero MacMahon's con- ns a passenger; and to dbapiwint M. Victor quering legions passed In reviow after tho de Villeneuve, and lose 1)00 francs, was also battlo of Magenta. an unwelcome contingency. TVi mr citiiirl&t Killiek lirODOSfd that I Throughout tho entire day you aro sure to bo charmed (or Iwred) by roving songsters if should go up In hb stead, and undertake) for you happen to live in a room looking on tho dm rwnsinti thn nflleo of asronaut. I had in courtyard; for into theso yards do thoy deed accompanied liiui, whllo wo were bothut throng in over increasing numbers reed Nice, In two short ascents, and had learned players mid harpers, cymbal dashers and lrom him to manage the valves and ballast violinist?, till eventually they kid: up such tho rudiments of tho art of ballooning. I was an infernal rackot that you might well fancy young, active, had a steady bend, and tho youi-sdin Bedlam during sucli an operation. owner of tho Deflanco was quite willing to enIt fa hi tho evening, however, that this rush trust her to me, It 1 would but so far oblige of sounds and jarring melodies reaches its him. Ferhaps tho novelty of the notion, actclimax. If you enter any of tho raxx:tabo ing on a somewhat adventurous fancy, mado cafes to take an aperitive, you see an orches- .mo yield the more readily to tho old man's tra composed of eight or ten musicians entreaty; I said "Yes," and was held to my """ ranged before you, and you liavogot to listen word. nolens, voleus to snatches fr5m Verdi and whispered the landlord of tho inn, 'Come," Beethoven. ns he led me cautiously round by the back NO ESCAPE roil YOU. door Into tho partially illuminated spaco Trip into n restaurant, and fit down to din- without. "Wrap your overcoat well about ner, During the Iialf hour you spend in you and hide your faco with this red handWo musn't let tho ieoplo see as yet swallowing a veal cutlet and a mlnlaturo kerchief. pyramid of maize, washed down with a half It's a raw hand that's to go aloft Onco up bottlo of barolo, no less than three or four you can laugh It off." Thfa was all cry well groui of vocal or Instrumental musicians for tho Innkeeper, whoho only wbh was to will hove como hi or gono out, after shatterkeep the rabble in good humor and avoid n ing your nerves and relieving of any riot, which might lead to the nillngo of hb stray coppers you may jxfeseiH. Then, if tho cellar and tho demolition of hb furniture, but thought strikes you to wind up tho evening I began Inwardly to question the wisdom of ocrn coffee and brandy on tho terrace of a my own choleo. cafe, shadowed over by trees and trellbed However, it was too lato to withdraw. Ono vinos, harmony, tho mother of the muses, or glnnco at tho Hen of keen, dUcord. lxni of devils, will soothe your faces, the flashing eyes and impaaJoned v weary soul, or sensibly interfeio tilth your gestures of the spectators, was enough to show digestion. In the public parks and wiuares; the risk that would attend tho giving of willin the streets nnd along the a emies . in tho ful offens". They wore gay enough, toughing nnd alleys, you will havo to jostle blithely, but it would not have required much up against bellowing sopranos or open your to nrouc ther.i l r any violence. ears to tho painful infliction of a wheezy Tliero was ths Defiance, majestically poised above tuo ground like a vessel riding nt trrblol Go n here you will you cannot escape from anchor. There was nothing for r but to tb" tci riblo ordeal Pnndomouium spreads its carry out, a,s best I might, tho madcap entercanopy over your head, ami ranges iU walfa prise on which I had embarked. and pillars on every sido of you. If you cry "You had better get Into tho car, nnd bo out aloud against tho nuisance, nnd publicly ready," said the landlord, still In an under- appeal to bo delivered front it, you aro de- fntm no lin tvwtixl Illl tlimtlull tho Cnnloil flf nounced hs a sour crab nnd a soulless lout! police that kept back thn foremo.t of tho specTho finger of scorn u ill bo pointed at you as tators. "Don't talk, but If anybody speaks to ut one who cannot ralso himself from tho de- you wuvo a ling that docs ns well. M. do grading lovol of tho brute as ono who has no Vllleneuvo writes mo word no n not nrrlvo heart for tho sublime, and no feeling for the till tho last moment, when wo stait tho fire the beautiful a crusty old dog, whoso only works. As soon as ties iicsuio you, up you fate It is to wallow in the mlro of lib own go, remcmlwr." coarso and stupid bestiality Milan Cor. San I was now In tho rocking, swaying car, and, Finnebco Chronicle. stooping down, I ascertained that the bags of ballast, the cod ( spare roies, tho fiags, and telescope wcro at my feet; then I assured myCol, McCltiro nnd His Crop. Col. McClure, of tho Philadelphia Times, self that the grapnel was provided with its began n recent sjieecli by telling tho following tough conl, and then tho whizz ot a rocket, bit of oxperlenco during tho war of tho rebel. and a descending shower of colored spangles Hon: Ho said ho planted some flno crops over ) of fire, gave a warning note of preparation. More rockets now soared aloft, amid tho In Franklin county, Pn., In 1801, but Gen. of tho Union army camo along nnd huzzas of the crowd, and then, springing harvested them. In 1803 ho tried it again on from tho driving seat of a light open carriage drawn by n gray horse, there appeared a a larger bcalo, but Oen, Job Stuart, of tho side, camo along and carried oil ovcry stout, well dressed mnu, who elbowed hb thing ho had. Next year he tried It again, but ' way so quickly through tho throng that I had Oen. Leo made a visit to hb farm and apro-- i scarcely tlmo to conjecture that thfa must bo printed tho crops. Tho fourth year the colonel I the volunteer companion of my aerial voyagain planted and got hb crops safely har- age, M. Victor de Villoneuvo, Ix'foro ho HcrambleJ into the car and was at my side. vested ami felt happy, but Gen. McCausland "Let go, boys!" he cried, In a sharp, imcamo up that way with somo of lib Confederate force, and burned tbo bam and the con- perious tone, to the men who held the ropes. "Let go tho ropes! Do you bear!" tents. Exchange. A voieo raised in accents of command seldom falls of its effect, however questionable It Didn't Work Well. may be tho right of him who uplifts it, and An economical farmer out In Minnesota re- the men (iddressed, hi their astonishment, obeyed. The balloon rose n little, cently bad a suit of clothes mado of wiro bolting cloth k thinking it, would last hint for nothing now restrained its upward flight save ' y'eari Fifteen minutes after ho put it on ho tho trigger cord, firmly moored to a post was struck in ten places at oncq by lightning, tho spring being in my grasp. and wav so full oftbo metal that It was neces"Well, comrade, off wo gol" exclaimed tho sary for hb family to employ tho services of passenger, with a jovial laugh that had a political wiro puller to get the metallic scarcely the ring of honest mirth In It itrandj'out of the reinalia Puck. Perhaps M. de Villeneiive, for all hb swag gering deportment, was 111 nt caso ai to tho results of our voyage, ami strovo to ttirry It off gayly; such were my thoughts as tho Catherino wheels began to revolve In cascades ot whirling fire, and tiio crowd to cheer. It was tho moment for our start, but I hesitated to pull the trigger, for now a strongo bustle and confusion below attracted my attention. A mounted gendarme, hb sabro nnd carbine clanking, had ridden up at tho full gallop of hb reeking horse, followed at somo distance by three othon, who spurred furiously forward. Thoro were a foir hurried questions, then a smoMiered outcry, a roar of voices and a sway inj backward and forward of the excited potmlaco. I looked down at tho crowd of upturned faces. "StopI stopl In tho namo ot tho law!" cried out tho brigadier of tho foot police, "Let go, fool!" thundered tho m&u who sat besldo mo in tbo car. "But it b the poUce that" I began, thinking that M. do Villaneuro bad suddenly taken leave of hb senses. "Come down stop kanl tho repel" was the shout from below; but as tho words reached my ear my companion bent forward. Something flashed hi lib had a knife tho cord wns cut, and tho balloon started upward. "In tho name of Wid law, stop ah! you won'tl Here goes then I" cried a gendarmo, discharging hb carbine, an example that was followed by hb comrades; but tbo balb whistled Idly by, while wo rose and rose, until tho Inn, and the gardens, and tho shouting crowd, and tho spluttering fireworks had diminished to pigmy size, and presently disappeared .altogether, and tho balloon rodo ou, solitary, through tho air. 'Ahal sold M. da Villeneuve, with a chucklo that was Incomprehensible- to mo. "A singular salute our friwis gavo us, eh, when - vent fliein from stiffening. My companion's Iron frama shoivtd no signs ot suffering from tho abrupt lowering of tho temperature; but after a tlmo tho Dcllanco necmed to 1m nearer to tho sea, for I heard tho low roar ot tbo Impatiently flung waves; and then Cosso-totout another bag ot ballast, and wo rose. My recollections ot tbo voyngo ot that miserable night, spent thus and In such company, are vague. I suffered much from cold and fatigue, and mechanically I obeyed tho directions of tho escaped galley slave, who had now assumed tho command. There was no doubt about tho fixity of hb determination to continue the dotporate flight until wo should bo across tho French frontier. IIow long our aerial journey might provo, undertaken as It was without warm clothing, or braudy, I could not conjecture, whllo it was certain that wo were hurrying along with great velocity how swiftly, I had no means of calculating before tho wind. A slight shift In tbo wind might causo us to Im carried out Into tho broad Mediterranean-ev- en, did wo but drift beyond tho straits, into tlio broader Atlantic to perish, as many a balloon voyager has dledv without a record of lib fate. Where wo were I could not tell. The dark, blurred outlines of what lay beneath seemed to indicate hills and woods, not o provisions oaon,Voho 'BHk(jpBsKVK,ft3' 2i5ikKs. N. SID PJLATT, JLOVISVIL1LE. ?w7l -- MYERS HOTEL, sea. POWDER 'Absolutely Pure cans. STANFORD, KIT. E. H. BURN8IDE, Propr Thla Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains it High Koputation, AND .. pale-face- tear-lade- u 1 . st What was that, llko n river of glancing water, on tlio dusty high road beneath us, tho W. U. MILIEU. OF.oa.CAUTF.KTER. yellow road like a ribbon winding amid tlio rocks and thickets? Troops on tho march, no doubt, tho sunlight glinting ou their bayoI could seo that, ns wo approached, net they camo confusedly to a halt T. "Again, hurrah!" thouted tbo galley slavo; "achcor, noble Spaniards, for jour guest, balloon. Pierre Paul, now safely" STAM'OEP, LIXCOLX CO., KV. "We must n6wv" I added, "look out for n As ho spoko I saw tho earth ery nenrus, placo to descend, for tho wind li freshening, saw tho tddUrs run to right and left, as Oftlco. tfouth bid Mil titrewt, om First Nation-s- i and" liank. though to clear tho way for our jiassage, and u Firm i, IccIuJIdx sow of the flneit "Let It freshen!" rudely Interrupted M. d then, with a tokening crash, tho balloon and ijtnck Fsrnii In Central k'cnttifJri Town Lots Villoneuvo; sets fair for Spain, does It notP the car seemed to strike ngainst a rock, nnd a srnl ItatiUocr, Timber and Mineral LaoJs for "For Spain?" I echoed, insurprbo. Could tliousand jmrksof fire 111 led my bewildered tie on eommljilon. tills country gentleman really oyes, and then all grew dark. For further jirtltulr send far printed descrip. tion of this section and of irsprll for Imagine that wo were bound ou such n IK.Jm journey as that J 1 could not help laughing, "He'll live, never fear," raid a cheery voice, as I said: "Why for Spain, monsleurf" cnklng in the Spanish language, which I "Well, Italy would havo served me as well, lmorfcctiy understood, as I awoke to find had the wind been n westerly one. I talk myself lying upon a tnicklebed In a wnyldo loth languages, nnd know tho wlno shops in cottage, surrounded by n group of officers, Cadiz as well as I do thewo of Genoa," whllo a regimental surgeon was feeling my answered M. do Villoneuvo, again chuck- pulse; "give him a few moredrort brandy! ling. "What are you doing with that rope." Only n couple of ribs tho worse, I think." "I nm opeuing tho valve above," I an"And and the man who was with mol I Louisville & Nashville R, R. swered, coldly, "becauw it Is tlmo now to asked, feebly. sink X) a lower level, and descend" Tho doctor shook hb head. ."Descend, chi" briskly put in my fellow TUB IIRKAT "'ot your father or brotlur, I trut, Mrp he voyager. "Wo may as well understand each said. "Ah, tlwu, I may tell you that Lb head other at on o. Hands off the tvpe, I say, if nm dofbed ngaint the tuck, and hb neck n TUKOUGU TRUNK you would keep tho roof on your skull," ho tough one, by tho by very effectually disloTO TUK- -added threateningly, ad ho drew a revolver cated." from IiUiKX-ket- , and deliberately pointed tho Ute, who had broken And so it was; barrel at my head; "I'll chow you who's many other hvaiU, had finally broken hb teeth, nnd very w bite, strong, sharp-lolntewhldi gave him, wbn bo smiled, scanowbat tho expression ot n laughing wolf. Ho was n man of powerful frame, and tho. fingers of tho gloved hand which ho now laid upon my steel arm were a strong-n"Well," said this strange passenger, with a grin that an ogre might havo envied, "you tako mo for n queer specimen of tho French provincial gentry, ehf Rat first, how comes it that Killlck is nbsent, and n youngster of your ago bos' tho honor to bo my pilot V I told him briefly, and In offended tones, what had occurred, and how It was that ho and I found ourselves together so far abovo terra Anna, nt tho saino tlmo cautioning him not, as ho haddono before, to take it on himself to Interfere with tho manage ment ot tho d s' thoy bado us bon voyagel" The. moon bad now .risen, and I could see tho face of my compnaiou tho swarthy, keen faco of a man 40 years ot nge, with shorty dark hair, slightly grinled, fiery black eyes, Day had broken; tbo sun was rising, red and angry, In tho stormy eastern sky, ami as n current of air wafted tho balloon forward I could dimly dbtinguUh forest, and meadow, tied bills lying to tbo and spurs of wood-clo- t southward of us. Tbo snowy peaks, rotjt plnlt in tuo morning romance, were ocing gradually left behind us. "Hurrah!" cried out tho gslley slave, triumphantly, as ho scanned tho landscape; "we're well across the frontier new, and Pierre Paul Grlncheux Is safe from tho chain gang.. Thank your stars" A stunning peal ot thunder cut .short lib boastful discourse, and ns It did so tho Delia neo heeled over, and was driven llko a dead leaf before tho gals by tho sudden rush of a mighty wind that bore us almost to tho surface of the ground, nnd hurried us along with headlong rapidity. Field, woodlands, bouses, seemed to pass by us with fovcrbh baste, and still fvo rped onward, so near now to the earth that I momentarily expected that wo should becomo entangled among the trees Thlit cowdfr nsTir TtrlM. A tostril olrurllj. strength nJ wholeaomeooc. Moro economical thsn ths orJInsrT kloJi, srnl etn cot b sold compotlton with tbo wultltu J of lair tMt .short wtigat slam or paotpnai powunn. oououij iu KyrALBiKlso ice Wall "ft Qwfir48t0 lt IowDa . 8U-ot- New YorV t, iD'tcrmlned that t0 Hotel in the State InnoOoaatrv iu Fare, Appointment-or Atton. tion to Comfort of their Oqeiti. , DR. W. B. PENNY, fcStrtmorit, DKNTI8T, JContuclcy. . 10 UwmsrrlalTrateieri. the Bar will trtcdiofLlakorantd Clean, ETPa lTi A BigOffer! ToatrpMunrnulltlncui Ista-aio- a that loomed so near us. Journal offle. Office tours from 8 to 13 M.'and 1 too r. m Ancetactlcs sdmlnliUrM wrier jr.) cscmmtj. 1 Office on Lnutt streot, rut door to XHU3EE BO IT, T, A ItS Wairlllieoj h9 Semi-Weekl- y 154-- 1 Interior Journal Nw Or York IVorM on ye tr anJ a THE Aud the Miller & Carpenter, HMOitf UKITSD STATES. REAL STATE AGENTS Sanaina?r " .' r.hfdbij.'x:h;?vT . . i. W tLcoidlnarr act wH&KTl? ,1' ",u ,0 "Ithdrair1 tbl, oftr notlc, to remit at ono. I'. WALTO.V, BUnloid, Ky In f m" Blin-Ors- KEKTUCKY HTil I. B (iUutUrHtn ItuiMc." Bhorteatand Quloket Eonte fram Out tral Kentucky to all Polnti North, Last, West and Southwest. last Ueu Imwrtn L.&N. LKXIXTO. A CIMJISXATI Scbtdul In Elett May 14, IMC ttooru-Hovi- LINL tlo.I'Yirr 'Hx. on.' Dally i So ,. Ei. en.. 2 3 Ci cart.ilnuphere." f by-lan- Pat-tcrso- ii. Strnngo to say, my fortune was, to a qualiTTITU fied extent, made by tho accident which had so nearly put an end altogether to my worldly Tlio kind protectors who liad aiixleties. Pullman Palace Sleepers. picked me up, a wayworn stranger, w 1th two ribs broken, by the toad?! Jo, hnd mo conveyed along with them on n litter to tho LliUlMVlliO on tho matter, for my formidable garrison town of Girona, whither they were to NimliYiilc, "omjKiniou laughed again, but less bound, and in tho military hospital of thb MuuiplilH, as ho said: place I was cared for until youth and a -- llauln, "You faco it out well. I llko a youngster robust constitution enabled mo to get tho KfnilliTiitinnr who shows a heart somewhat bigger than u better of tho fever that ensued. My story -i- tUo Koch, look-ne- ver chicken's. And I'm not so Iwul as I was noised nbroad, and all Barcelona stcined Mobile mid Xm Orlcniifl. do this!" ho drew lib balid as ho eager to sit for Its ortralt to tlio young IsTsW spoko edgoways, with a meaning gesture, nrtkt who had visited Spain In so singular a oo chan.e topo.nti In lews hb throat 'when I can get my littlo manner; thence, with good professional Oolf profits by quieter means. But you stare at ivcommendatlous', I passed ou to Madrid, no as if I were a mountebank selling quack Paris and London, and havo never since nlcdlciue. Can you guess why thoso gend-lrinknown the actual preunre of want o were so peremptory an hour ngoi I uf terwnrd heard that a subscription sot they wanted tho pleasure of my com- Dii foot at Marseilles compensated Killlck for pany back to Toulon, that! all Did you tho loss of lib balloon, but he and I never met fc'rtklotf botdM on the lint of thb roiJ will rtcilTr special rates. lever hear of Caso-tete- r' igaln. Tho Argonaut. "Cnsso-tete- r 9Sce Agrntsof Ibis Company lor rain, routM rrepeated, In jwrplexity. Ac, or write "Ay, Pierre Paul Grlncheux, If you please, C. P. Way uf (lie Rcriunu Student. U.P.AT.Aj illasCasbc-tete,- " said tba man with an odd LouIitUU, Kj Tho German students nholiavo liwn revrt of pride. iling in the contents of the great tun at Held-Uer.And then I remembered to liavo seen n of late have lieeii mado solier ngalu, paragraph in n local pajier announcing tho well as Indignant, by an effort mndo by scnj)o from Toulon of n criminal of tho most is Profewor Schmoller to restrict their lllxrty. langorous tyjw, who had not as yet been whose grotesque nicknamo wns ' t present tlie German htudont is alMiluto and KtOMMIV JS UiGAt.TII. ?ase-tete- . Ami hero was I, voyaging by iiaster of hb time. He is indeed obliged to A'! II. l'ATTK VS )uti i. Mi touwilu'inuilM put down lib namo fur a certain number ot light in a lalloou, in company with n runa jrar for nothing u M uf f n.u 8ft) to I tW fjr way galley slave well armed with knife and ecturo courses every term or to jiay for them; anlucrlblnt; for Is left entirely i Dut tho mijtter of nttendenco ilttol, nud moro tlnvi nmateh in strength hb own discretion. The consequence fa that Ths SeiJii'ftklj M rfe Jcurns.1 'or me, even had lielxxm Ijss well provided! My terriblo companion, was only too much profewors frequently locturo before empty pouches though they have a large number of lbpoMtl to bo talkative; and as wo swept lwforo tho freshening wind, ho was kind itudentsou their list who prefer to waste their ik, mough to favor mn with n few brief anoc-lote- s Uinoln LccrgnrdpiM uud defer study till a few of lib past career, In which tho jocoao veeks before examination Student) nr tliligeil to got the professor'. mil horriblo seemed to mltiglo in cynic tlgnature i.i ir books both nt tho beginning Tho ono point on which ho was Hid the term; WiihTwoWo Ortlr for Cul Pper PalUrr.i f wai tho inauner of his recent Sehmollerend of their repented! and Professor r. says it ha? v happened to your own Julecticn anil tf " scapo from Tbulcn; or how probably ow-n- g lim that applications for these fU&l xlgimturc PUBLICATIONS, ONE Yl-ABOTH to tho eomplldty of others ho became w Mssesswl of his weapons. But ho told was mado to hliu by students ho took him Jor unothsr professor a statement which ;raphlcullyof the ten days of hardship and $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), establish probability of tho story lunger which ho had endured whllo skulking iccnis toman who tho f tho visited hb son nt tho imong tho rocky hills by ulght, and lying and took a drivo through town. Pass-Ji- g ildden among tho thorny brakes by day, a laixco building tho father asked what at last ho broke Into a pxvm of triumph nitll n relating how ho had encountered and Jintum. Tho son did not know, and appealed OT nil tlio tniruv.liics. A "That," was tho reply, "b obbed the truo M. da Vllleneuvo on hb way ,ho tho cabman. New Containing Htokih, Puesis, AKnoTnr.it Lummy university." York Homo Journal o tho vlllago fete. ATTIIACTIO!,!, t'OMMNINU AUTISTIC, AND HoUSKIIOLI) JIATTFIK. "Twenty shining naps lu lib puro!" ho said, Tho Old Lady's Suru Sign. IlliiKtrtttcil ir ttli Orlytutil Stril Jiia'"'-hiu- , ixultlngly, "and a.OOO francs besides in notes. J'hotogriirnrrit, Oil' l'teturr unit .Veil, I left him gagged and lwund to a tree, A nice old lady lias a certain test w hlch sho flnr It uottcut. making U the Model Maya. ifter I had taken tho freedom to change ipplles to all young men who "pay attention" Mine of America, Eiich Msgnzlno contains n coupon order entitling n ilothes with him; and there ho stautfa, no io any of her granddaughters. After n rclprilmi ni y mttem llliittroli'ii tlmo sho offers him somo of her homo-iind- o t tic holder to tin)dcpirtmrnt fIn tlmt ntimbir, nnd In loubt, trembling, but fortunate to keep a In the fathlon cake. It ho cats It with avidity sho ntiy of the sizes nunufnc'iireil, making pnttctn vholoskin. And I found in lib pocket tho etter of M. Killlck, promblng to tako him as nutely gives consent; if not, sho Instantly during (he yenrof lliu tlii of oicr tlirce dollar. UEMOIIKSrs MONTHLY Is Jurtly cntlllod tho jcglns to opposo tho match not, as somo ( passonger in the balloon here, and so" World's Modol Massilim. Tim Liirjct In Koini.tlio And so the Idea had presented Itself to thb night suppose, from wounded vanity, but Ijin:ft In Circulation, nml tho t"t TWO Dollar will t tlio Twenty, ruffian to iorsonato pecauso sho has a theory that men who llko Kaiiilly Slajrazlna lnm.il. larihand ready-witte- d tblrdvuarnf lt publication. It It cui.tlnually Imhe victim of hb recent robbery, and thus to :ako never drink to excess or live dissipated proved Hnd to cxirn.lToly as to placo It n tho head y Ives of any sort. "Givo me," she says, "tho of Family Periodical. It cui'alin T irocure tho means of (light in what was 'aiw an unexampled fashion, while I was nan that loves gingerbread; It's a sure sign quarto, 8Vslli Indie, cloiriintljr printed und fully llluHtrated. PublUbcd by W.Jinuins Ilimortrt, Uepubli-n- . ho luckless scapegoat of hb audacioui enter-irbio bn't fond of whisky," Hudson coun-tenanc- o My blood ran cold ns the horrible thought (lashed upon mo that I was. at that fearful height above the earth, In company with a Nothlug, surely, savo insanity, madman. could account for tlio extraordinary liehnvlor Of M. do Villeneuve. But I supKMT I put a tolerably good own. SOUTH & WEST Lre. QOTlDgtM.. Imvuth CruthlAii. Xtt. Iarla " WlDchMirr. . " I.lebinosd..., 1130 pa II " Laucaaur . " Manlori 600 pu, Ulctimoad...., 3 00 p iu ....... Lt. Merra.M Arr. 3 . S 4J am 'J.lTlng.ton.r .. .., . Lt. Arr. LexlBijion ... Harlf 10pm 00 pc H p la liiuUu.i. Ulpu .... a iaIio ill a rnllll nn pM 1 t 8 10 a mi S 1 2A ., IJ10jO)M ' 17pni 8 1J 0 tOp W 10 If?P! lP ..... Ipia I llpja. 4 pts M pn 6tl nm 7 Pr ... u .. NOITII-UOUM- No. oo 10 O. 11 7 S ( Ko. II Io 1 Lre. UTlnplon. Arr. ltlehuood 1 " lrra . . . a W am ml-- ;..., .... ., !. !. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Arr. lUcbmond.. Ly. Itlchmotxl ... Arr. Wlnchctlcr.. Arr Paris . Rowland Lt. Lincaitrr .. ."-- am ........ II 00 I . .. ami pra i. I 10 3 10 3 30 Bo-:au- Uiilozton Lt. 1'arts Lt " Cynthlaua " Fahuoulh Arr. Cotlntton .. in j00 P'" " 01 anil. 7 00 a S 10 m . 43 o m 7 21 in 3 O SO p m 8 40 pui la a 3 53 p to g 55 a m 4 17 p ru iu gift w a is nm 3 IS pw pn p ioi nj. u t pu pu ain6 .MAYrtVILMi IIHA,U1I. h'oaTU-liijrJfu. g WOKDER FUL It. Lt Covington. " iilnlon 1'arla lslly Sun 'x. 4 Daily nu SUCCESS. ,. .... ... , 7 ArrMiltvfLurt. " Crllle... 11 Jobuaa, a a ni, 3 p m IliniiMOnu Mtl ra. 4 ,,u 9 a p w i 01 id1 4 0(5 3 00 pa " MaytTlllf 10 f 4S a ml A SO Xi a m 7 10 pm pp. (JOOTH-BopH- ' Oally Be. vfu.iKi. S Ki i Nu."Jc" flly bun i d 0e mo pest's Lt Mayilll., " Jenmnn " CWrllaU. " " Mlllcrahura -' Lax W a mjl3 M pin o ITa ra 1 W pu 7 34 a ml I in p w " con-'usio- u. t'lTliiainii nUu. . ...' ,,' ... ,..M I ii w nil l VMl u, A 'n l 13 p D) III nM fm n n , ty D EMOREST'S im THE BESl hClltV-Tiri- Train. Saod i ar dally bttween Loxlnulou nnd ClndnDall: ttlitr tialcr txtrpt Suudajr. Direction ctlonsaro raadnat 1Vnebtrrwtb Chairake A Onto lor Mi. Hicrllng, Aibland lluntlngtOD, U arlfiton, W. Va and Kaitcrn clt. K.ViM?1"0' 8 ',n', run f W'lnrh(tr Bolld Trains, with Pullman 8lfdDi Car twiwoec Clutlnnatl andJtlchmouJ, Vs., and w!tiehetti and Waihlnglop, I), C. Throiuli flckats and bacjac cbickH to an? destination rracjird by railroad. For lull lartl.ulara, call on any pgent of th coiapany.or b. K. b. &IOIWK, D. A.KKfLK j Gvn.l'aM. Aitent, Trav. V$n. AKent. CoTlnton. K.t Uilosun. Rr , Win-euni- Not. aru dally ILCIIUM-rKUTONMIed-lm- Ucncral lifflcvs, CoTiDgton, Ey. cer-lai- PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." The Orl&lunl nuU Only Oennlae. MlklkMter'a Enall.W ami Uk. u MHr. r luk u tn l.llir ht mliirn NAME PAPfR. C'klchralrr Cknnlral taalL f I B M.IUon xiiunre, I'hlUd, i'a. Mi kT lrttrpll trtrjnhrrr. Aik r "Cblrhnk irr1. Knll.5 IVanyrorut I'lIU T.k.nV.ibar For sals by Dr. M U 1UIU1 t, "icnrurd, (lUraM) M ' ccr-ainl- Pg. o. bo-lo- Meanwhile ,tho wind, as I have said, was bing, and as wo hurried on I looked down-rarand saw, by tho shhurivr of the moon-Igon tho tremulous waves, that tho sea ras below us. I coul.l not forbear from an acclamation of dbmay. Tho desperado at my side ubo looked down. "Bah! sea or land what matters it?" ho aid, recklessly. "Throw out ballast do you tear me?" and complied. Tho Imlloon Instantly rose, nnd It presently ccunie perceptibly colder, fco that I shivered, uid had to chafo my hands together to pre Cutting Glass. F. Siemens, of Dresden, b stated to ,hav succeeded In costing glass as hard as any cast netal, and not dearer than cast iron. are now lclng made ut the Siemens glass foundry at Dresden to ascertain it thb naterial can bo employed for ties on Specimens of thb hard gloss havo Chicago wen mado kultablo for mllbtones, Tribune. . rail-rays. New York, AND BY SPECIAL AOflEEMENT WITH THS COMBINED ht Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Year, MS F HTJTPMA.17, MimOEON Oflo qnirso. IJ3lVT8X, KY. IS THB 8TANF0BD, Tho barber tests the humlJIty of tho hob y hb bayrumeter. Boath aids Main Stmt, two doon thaMiarsHoUl! Tar Nitrons Ozldt Gsi admtnlitcrrd vhte t Includlnz Tuition. Sutlontiy and lloud, about IrO. and T.lrir.pk; tpecUUItf. He Ta. .w, (Jr.a..in U.ir..U4 Haarou. Fol cinuUra aUdrcu W. IU HX.VI". VmX UxUctea.Ulk oatloo, CQMMircial College and 0ld HUhnt IlanorywltUa, fur Medal oier all ether Collcfei, a, Ut TTerU't Ii Sytita of Hook. krrplas and (iaatral liualataa Edat atloa. sooo bn4aalM l.iU mm. iirecl)ntmplojrcil.til of Fill liualataa Uowrae. ISS I.l.r WORLD A FOR IHTIIB' BjsIdess Edaeatioa. alVL'v,,,,