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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886111601 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. i in VOL. XIV. Stmi-58SttWjaliriorpiniI 1 Ml Bttiefmt lonftui4k aJ STANFORD, KY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, HART SMITH, 1886. NO. 177. J r the day that he would give Smith the ben A Piasant Occasion To t&e Editor of th Interior Journal. Granted Bait in 33,000 for the Murder of efitof the doubt io the case and allow him II. K. TAYLOR, ball in $5,000 Afterwards h took some McKinmev, Nov. 13 The accommoda. tc Smith, Moles, IS of them mires, Sr'sSS?!1? OpTJNrr,!.. Candidate or the office Jrerl1? The application of Mart flalth for bill testimony In regard to' Smith's ability to tin Wm, George, proprietor of tbe VeranJPii&liaJsesf Tticadaua 0f ldress mt at Lancaster, Ky to '" Induction, eu blast FrMaut thDtmocratie State Convention. JT. is. YASTIH. AT waa heard Thursday night and Friday give ball and reduced the amount to $3,. dah Hotel at this place and his elegant wife, gave the young folks an excellent 89 13S3 A.N NUM , CASH. aaoraiBg. Mart testified that on the day of 000 th.e killing he met J. P. Hocker and Oc Safe on the evening of Nov. 12th, In honor 1-Bargain. "The queerest wedding trip I ever heard I ot understood If w credit thai 11.50 will be ex- Smith about of their ousfn, Miss Ida Wilson, of Mober a mile out or town aa he was of," said a station-miste- r pected and dttaaadsJ. at the West Side AsftpresentatlvaorMr. coming in aod that Os hallooed twice at depot, "tookr place Mo. In spite of the threatening storm for Ml privately bis neat W.H. Anderson. I offer brick housa sod lot of one day last week The ly, him to atop, bat he paid no attention and couple were clouds, the much nin and wind, which li. menn venue in Stanford. The from a little corn and hog Piao has all tbe nececsary Improvements and Is a mo wu rar W. P. WALTON. rode on. Oa looking back he saw Oo with elation down terras, dc, apply to qui, v on the Burltngton, aod they seemed destloed to Imerfere, the crowd bet ford la regard to It. vu on or address us at Stan B.G.ALFORD. m Agent for J.R.AlIord. a pistol in his hand shouting, "top, you came up to assemble at C:30 and by 7:30 the ason one of Ihs morning train 'V Ban P. Jl. JIcnOItERTH d- -n sembled crowd numbered about 40. Among sob of a h -- h, I want to speak toyou." They went into OBBS AhP SUDS, the waiting-rooupitnlrs Oc had gotten out of the buggy aud wa'a - present were Misses Florence and remained ihers the whole day At too ladle! Two beads ate better than one, except walking towards hfro. He then went noon thoy brought I am dally opening an elpgant lino of Fall Millinout n bit of lunch arid Enes, Kttle McKlnney, Liialo Adams, ery, Including n back and got his horae aa4 foiloffed him to when Ibwe Is but on i njlbw. Joeale Urown, Jennie Johnston, Jennie A valuable itock Farmconlalnlur afe together. Only once or twice did the r The water In Chadestoajiarbor hnj deep town, ' I went to Nuaaelleyt to put up my groom venture beyond the station walls, Bibb, LuanaBibb, Llllle Tanner, Laura situated 1 mile from Crab Orchard ?uASIX Latest ffovelties of tho Season. pike, Th ivn na itA.a.M.M. .... cned (roHp ilx'tccbei to j foot since the hone and then started, to Harris' to get and the cries of usrens Ida WtM, Era Reynolds. Marv the haokonn qilckly .THUrm0l,i0,n,,..MchM Handkerchiefs. Collars something to eat. I aiw Oj comln. how frightened earthquake. Coleman, Ninnle Williams, Lillie Osrcna Corsau, him btrk. Tho btlde hnd a Sllffi-- th8.r,oom, 1,rfJrBnstlc. eto. El "catclby ' and Annie Hocker, of McKlnney. Mlceea A woman always toil a socret to om erer, njd know tbit he was after me, ho I great curiosity to D,xt daoT i0 the M70" g) over cloasf to the rfv HUnford, Ky. one beciuss alio i afraid she intent die went Into Melcalf & Foter'. and asked ersdaheconld see' the shipping, KATE -- BblWiMB, .uene Jones and Bettle McKlnney, of but the Mt. Stlem. Mtssaf Helen 8ufly and and tbero would bo no ope left to keep I, Ton Metcalf the.price of a gun, which ho groom was afraM to leaye the station for After ranch rrarch and InTeUca'lop, staled was $10 Tom said 'I expc:t that I feu of getting lost NotwIthsonding' the Foxie Pennington, of Stanford. Miss Ida Storc-Koo- ni he said. "I am convinced that birdine auneronetban vou wi h . mv r -- n. ssemfng unnatdoy of the day the were as Wilson, of Moberly, Mo. ' MT VERNON, KY. IN STANFORD Among the'gents prerenl were X. Ray- lioute'chlck&aaro tiatcawl froO ihtrd boll aweicd 'Ifljaye beea fjjfowed loag 'noughM happy as clami all day long Bitting a hold TbeUaydcnStore-noom- , anu am getting tired cf It ' Metcalf said of teat ei each other's hands. ' 'When evening noids, Vr ii. M. Eites. C. W. A,tmi VA In locatlonanj arrangement tbepp- i- in Stanford, s a'tl'lf main, to one reputattoa. Chargoa to T hoy ware at the clreir: "Uave you er he would, not aoll It to him if he cams tbey took the night' train for Bbme, Tanner, Varney Tanner, John S. Ward, K. reasonable.' Special attention to tbo traveling public if. a. u'EKcn, cr awn Mile. L Hue's ureal feat?'' "No," wanted to kill anybjtly, but while he where they wero doubtless, received en a U Tanner. Jr , Jsmea Bibb, Msj. M. Stanford, Ky. M-- V' M-Pro'', ahe replied, "Is she a CHjjo nr St. I.?uls went store be, lonlad it hero and heroine after their adyenturei tak- SilgaP, M. Fair, Mike Jonee and J. H , ' Vernon, Ky. with cirirFjgeSmarltd No. 8,"afier taking ing in vahnoolr.of McKfnnej; Messrs. Shannon the wonders of Chicago." 8he-L- m't that papcjmip.? Hr How out the im.I shot sd replacing theta with and John McKlnney, of Mt. Salem: Rora provoking; I waa junt k'oIob to iteal a klv. buck sbo'. fnen hi went up streot to get Toe storr is told of a goodMetbodist psorje. of Lexington, Ky. At 8:30 tie WHOLE3ALE awfully .near- a drink at the Portmao ealon, delerrut jed brother, an itinerant, who eought shelter projrfet'r announce! 8b: (lnKeflUoul)j-Ii- V supper, and we The Photographer, BUs. that It e houlJ he hi lait and th t if he did for the night at a certain farmhouse. The marched down to the sighted, Charley. .wftillvf-ri- d dlniog-hal- l & spacious Aa a rule man's a fool, when it'" hot he not meet Oj he would put the lmio awav women demurred, but there bad been a The fable was the picture of beauty aod 22 West Swaa Street, want It cool; whin U'a cool he waste it hoi; and (ro home. He saw hlra. however, near long drought, and when the minister sug- was decorated with evergreens, Tropical BUFFALO, N. Y. always wanting -- hat's it'ii no'; never lik-i- rg the Mrera Houe and asked him .what he gested that his prayers might move the fruits, ice cream aod various hinds of fine Ae a ruleanan'a a fool. meant by Mlowfsg him. He replied "I Ltrd to rend the rain, ahe consented to let Cakei were served In abundance. After whatoe'affftt, A."lgl!edCatl1raPhr'Ce,rhI,a fo' White Aah, Black I wib yon'd tell uie, mean lhl," anJ draw hi pla'ol and ena- - him stay. During the night the (bode heartily pwtuking of the good things, we YouoRMIfklni BXndo Mr. Winks, whether It Isn't true that if n ped twlcf, whon I hot at him. Ha ruhed came, and when the gooJ woman came retired to She paripr and there enjoyed soA- - C SIXE, woman aavs ahe hatea a man ahe really toward me and I shot him again " In re down in the morning and found her fences cial converse until H o'clock, at which Southern Acent, 153-. lore htm. Mr. WlnM-- It depend upon gard to previous trouble', he testified that and chickencoopt had aailed ciT for par's time the crowd adjiurned, with the hope Stanford, Ky. MACK BKtJCE'3 Wa the woman you al- lo Bright clrcumalancca Metcali's .tare here lait Cnilst. unknown she was much catt down. 'I of meeting ajain soon under the same cirluded to talking alnut her busbind? "No; ms Ol ha J ctlled him a 0 -- d d -- n so-- i of might have known batter," eaid tbe poer cumstance. All owe Mr. and Mrs. George Buggy & Implement House. NEWPORT NEWS & MISSISSIPPI 6l Jlhsn It mean a b- -h, saying don't you ep?alc to nn; mid woman, aa she cast a rntful glance out of many tbanba for their hospitality ahe Isn't ruatrlo! " VALLEY, and the lore." a; iactunney on 0, of tbl-1 hare now THE- year, ho tho window: ' I might have known btter good ttme they affiled them. H. met Oj Smith in Jonm' .tore, acootupauu-thin to let n Methodist come into my Base Balls for Seed. A young man in tho interior of Iowa has A Pull Lino of Wfaoat Drills nnd Mr. John II. Crimea, Jr., of Unrein, ha by a brother and an uncle, or two unotp. houre, for they always gj into everything invented a change ROUTE omor Agricultural Implomonts, iu tbo constniction of discovered a priociple of vegetable Rnwlh and oo tcia occasion Oa nniil to Mart, "you with all their might, and I don't want any engine. He dispenses with -- Besides a the steam chest which may prove a gild mine if properly are tha CI -- d d -- n O'jw rdly s in of a b -- U of 'em to pray any more lor rain for my and the governor balls, atfd in place of the Full Konlo Enst that killed my mire, and I have a ureat no benefit no, never -- if the land dries up till lino ol Bmrsrlfix and w. 15 U0 han.Koi and developed. ills Toungeft aon, Toa fcW latter he employs a pendulum which Harper'e Bizir. fond of base bail, aa tion to fi I yon full of hole." Mrt told it cracks open." HMon,iev'remely Waahington, Philadelphia- - and on hard. In connection tbe ou'flow of steam at aa unvaryiog pleiuent buslnou, I will also with my Ini. every well reeulated yonnif mw 1, "but hie him he did nt, but Oj would not litn to NowYork. carry a speed, hut the elightest increase of velocity A Stuanoe DocrniNE The liquor men Tbo only line runnldg father, disapproving of the sport, would bt anything he said. After this, as Mart CoinnJcto Stock ofLumber, frequently assert that "prohibition don't in the engine lessens the time that the PULLMAN NEiY SLUEPIXO CAItS take away from him a ba bill whtn walked out of the store, ho met 0;, who prohibit,'' and that core liquor is sold steam has lo escape into the cylinder. The Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything as ld to him, "I've a notioj to Jill you full a ever one waa found on his psrson and plant apparatus thus e&ects an Instantaneous where prohibitory legislation is in force tow as any one. SOLID it in the yard beneath about one foot of ol of bullet hole"." To this Mart add. nnth than before it wa enacted. I' eo, it is very check upon its own irregularities, which FKOir I solicit a shire of your ratronage. id earth, where he reseonably supposed it ins nd went away. Btjpectfully. Louisville, Cincinnati strange that they should form organize are comparatively slow when the governor Alfred Et!ton testified that he iw Mart Lexington, Ky. Pbeilr-lik- e, a Tine hd wiaaafe. But, 112-- 1 rr X. M. liRCCE. to Washington Oity, tLtis, spend money in elections, lobbring is used, and it has tho additional advantage up from these buried implement ol waiting abrg the street with a gtir; nw aprunj Connectlor in the same deiot with and in the courts to resist and defeat pre of using lets steim, while it largely elm the national KM'i which I at produced him stop at the Myre- - Hjuw corner and Fast Trains for Now York. plifiee the working gear. A trial engine I in legislation. hibi If it increases the sale with marvelous rapidity three fnlNgrown, aiw 0a with pistol in hand whea Mart fireJ The Direct Eouto to aod consumption of liquor, aa they assert, haa been cocs'ructrd, and is said to v,ork Lynchburg. Danville, Korlolk and all Virginia . base hall bata, which de the lira shot. per'rctly ehapeJ welL Boston Journal of Commerce od North Carolina Points. ! Tom Kobinion said ho aiw Mart with a where is tbe ground for their protest pend from the mother stem in juat the For tickets and further ' Fellow democrats," eald an orator at a gun and at ho wai wilkiuj by the Mrera against interference with their butinees and your nearest ticket office or Information, annlr to fkoii wiissca- address proper portion to koock a thrro btciff r to roo, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. W. ",oiuu destruction of their industri? If "rrobibl political meeting in Texas one evening last No Traveler lteltiruH Sick center fi aid from a drop ball. The bat corner he understood Mirl to aik aemebjdy tion don't prohibit" and increases tbo sale wtek in a most Impressive manner, "Ihe 2d ice President, Oen'l Paas'r Ag't. brought to our office waa lOinchoi Ion?, a Irl a queition; didn't understand Vbat. Saw lo these tight times esch buyer should ron.ult of liquor, as they claim it does, tbey ought deliberate judgment of Louisville, Ky. Mart fire, but did not see O3 shot. mankind will sus11 over the usual length, nd 16 in. around 5;wrs Fisher's testimony was that he to be heartily in favor of it, from a business tain u in Ihe principles enunciated in our cnant soo for an ait cle when j0u Jan bur the the 'bultie " This singular endorsement of point of view. Catholic Advocate. platform. We can go before the whole JiiLUUj, vsji. uj- you aa. the national game by a freak of nature can was standing in the middle of Djpjt street: ,Jhould be,ure to siaMirtS-ilthcoms- up "J world with cur candidates and challenge, article" the street with a Mr. Oritur conlem ba aren at (hi office at any price. A Gintlk Hint. He had been courting ,for8"darethan ,a MedlclneaT --So- aye, defy anv man to say a word against enn in hi hand; aiw Oj draw a pistol after You Concert Grand, plate planting 10 acre in bat next season long time, so long that she began to her a them. My friends, go with me to the bar and hope tc .apply the Kentucky markrt ne was shot the nnt time. get tired; so one night she said to him: Parlor Grand, stock I). 8. Jone corrobjrilel Mart of public opinion and tet this matter. Call lH1!lr.M,!iu,,trcSlTelhI largofreih of Democrat. HarroJiburg -Sinlth'e article .'" Baby Grand, "John, who is the autlnr of the phrase, the "m .i..u.v4.. xiouuir haa the nicest and rh.an. up the witteisee." This was the way he m.n..f. abatement in regard to what happened in "Man propose?" eiiaeirctlonoffauc goods, ahow case articles, Ac. . Upright Grand, i given as a rsclpe for exieminahig Tbii ao. unecoleurate his store at McKinnsy. Heard Oj accuse "I'm aure I don't know," answered John, meant to round the period, but when he glasses a specialty, Lamar' Spectaclesoland ore Square Grand. The lMt brands rat : D ssolre two ounce of glue, two Marl of killing hi horse. In regard mixed had uttered the words 'go with me to tbe to Oj's "Why do you ask?" .Pew.nrtnTaeS,r Wo are oponlng tbo most carefully selected, J.?1"?" ounce of tincture of as, ue'lda, and tro character he considered him the bar," tbe entire audience rose with n yell finest and best stock of a rathei "Obi I merely wanted to know who he 5??itUCihr0?1??- - r'mc. 'ampa, brushes, books ol ounceeol utsb in water, and add one aod the speaker wm carried on the shoul- .u.,l.,Utl0Der' man. tb0UDd articles Wr the was." PIAXOS AND OKGAXS mallen aunts and tbe smartest y half ounce of pbopbnrtis to the mixture. ders of four men to a neighboring saloon. Cicero Reynold m called on a to the In the business-- all at "For what reasot?" Ever brought to.thls city. Every lnsttument is Then in a wlreoge trap, hulol with earn character of Oj Smith, who rost him $49 GO lo resumo bla speech.. eiid that he was "Because I guess he didn't know what be It the prlda Dr. ilr L. Bournea tJew Drn Store, 23 percent.of an artist and prices range from 10 to meal acented whh oil o' arise, catch two or wild and especially lower tuau other dealers ask for the overbearing when was talking about." In the territory covered by tho United same goods. Persons ol musical and art culture 'A the aro very numerous more drinking. three ralsk are Invited to an Inspection of tbe beautiful, cultN Five minutes later the wedding day was StMei there have been killed in the war will be ueccsiarj; singe the hair oil of these vated. relined tone and artist designs ot these celeJoe Hocker, with whow Oj wav riding set during 150 yeira 600,000 personi. It is esB;ton Courier. In such a way as to butt them aa little n wbonbemet Mart on 1831 THE CUJLTiyATOR JQgy brated Instruments: the Ilustonvlllo pike, timated that rum has killed 7,500,000 perThe d Kiinlic, tho FapoMlble. then give them a elUht coating "Won't ytu allow me to Invite you to sona. Tne gret wars of the world for 25 mi 11a ua Mmith got out o hn bjgiry af. mous Decker Son, tho Popular Evmixture, l.rsied wnrm; let ter Mirt had with the above take a drink with mt?'' asked a lively years, from 1S52 to 1877, including the pawed and called to Mart to erett aud (ho Reliable Xow England them loose in their hole, and there will ho atop, that be wiahed to Tho best ol the eee him. Mart paid youth of a solemn looking man in the min- 'Fraucu-Germi, war and our own civil war, Pianos, no trouble with the rata for months to no attcntlor; he callod and still he isterial garb "Yoncg man," replied the sol coHt a frsctioa oyer $12,000,000,000. Tho AGEICULTUItAL WEEKLIES. The Oolebratsd Olough and Warren come. This mixture will last tw. jeara, rode on aud Hocker undent 1 Oj to eiy to otnn person, "did 7011 ever hear Abraham cot of iiitoxicanid f r the fame period in the John Ohurch Oo. Organs. ThoCounlry UentleraaiTls the Leadloe JourOf they mybe temporiri'y exterminated Lincoln' remark to a man who invited him the United Siatee was mora than Man "go on, then, d- -n . you." After Oj .. Pleaso coumunliato with us for catalogues, nal ol American fn $15,000, by taking chloride of lime and scattering had said this he practipal Talue contents, In extent and ability term came back to where Hock-e- r to drink?" "Oa, well, you needn't feel in- 000,000, or more than $3,000,000,000, more of correspondence,of In nd prices. qualltv of style it dry all around and into their holea, and S, U. wai and raid to him "my hor?e won't sulted," said the voung man, somewhat ag- thau all the wars in the world, and for ev- cf publication, U occupies he flrstpapfr and la be- h. J. COOK, epetlsl Ag'ts, rank. It tinnforj. Kr. whirevcT thry haun', and they will leve leid.somgii back fi ft 1, pyno superior iu either of the three and go the knob grieved "Not at all, not at all! Bat did ery thousacd killed in battle rum kills Or KOSE K. niCUAP.D, at one neferenc.:-- A. route." you i'ver hear Lincoln' remark?'' "No, I It. Penny, Mrs E.M. Carpen-- New Republic. ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Muoro aud James lleat-leFarm Crops and Processes, ' Powiit r r (joaus- - The aroma 8rrt Charles Epperson cjqsidered Oj a dn- - guefa not. What did ha say?" "Well, he Stan'i.rdj Mrs. Maggie Holmes Crab moth-- ; the arordj Oeu. W.J. Landraui and Miss Uiala Orcb. The striking Chicago hiiichers had no of red cedar ia fatal to hoae HutT-maeiid I'll go with you. Where shall we me gsroui man, wild and reok!ea. . . f Horticulture & Pruit-GrowinLancosUr, Ky. 13$-lroHon to complain of starvation wages.-Thooma of black walnut leatra is fstrl' to fla. I'rank Green was standing near the anJei?" live Stock and Dairying:, received from $24 to $27 per week, Ii is a rustier of common r.bseryallon tiat Myers Housu bar room talkinc toOj Mart Coming up on the train the other day we while the common laborers working with Wlilla It alto Includos nil minor deptrlmenta of rupereona enjated In the bualuea of makirg stopped as he passed aod said to Oj. "d- -n overheard a "young man from the countr'" ral Interest, such as tba Poultry xard, Entomolo. ahlnglM from odorlferoua cypres timber you difand yourself," and tJiHrn received 50 cents tier day more than ay. Orecnhouroand Orapery, Veter-luir- y then shot, Oo ask a brakemap "how much do you get a Kepllss, Farm (Juntlonj and Answers, Fire- thiiy could earn elsewhere At the com lllle Keaullie. Doinpktll- - rmnnmnnjl in malariM dmtrlct" are T"lr, ' ever, a got his pistol out after both shots nj n were fir-e- month?'1 "Two hundred and fifty dollars of the week. fe:led by malarial dieeaae, and that ! Grren aaid that the fust ehot staggereed a month," eald the man. "Goodness, you mnd of their 'eaders, however, they sur- ol the news complete, and Its market llenorlsare QUID unusually much attention Is paid MISSISSIPPI II. W rendered their jobs in thousands, To ere to the prospect of tbe cropa, as throwing light up a3ns enga?d in distilling luijijotlne do not Oj and that he weal 25 or 30 feet down the ought to get rich at that lick!" "Ye," Ait AsiAnf tne most important questions When 10 or comump alley towards the of educated and capable profesr-ion- al are armies euOer from malarial diaene oreek. ir ai .wl"!Q,t0 mU u u liberally- Illustrated The direct through lino and old established route aaid the brakeman, "I ought, but as I have men in tbe country who wonld jump and Is .muuun to auDnlr iu 1 continually incr tlon. It is said tuat when cholera waa Peter Hamton testified that he and R. to pay $295 a month to ride on tho from sing degree and In the btMt seme of tbe Urm, a at the chancs of earning $27 per week and iu Memphlr, Tenneee, perrons R 0r,tty were eiandiog on tl Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii wooden train in order to do my work, I nin not 0 ba glad to work 12 hours to do It, BuSa ana aii points in tne West. Affrluullural Newspaper, working in livery atablta were entirely ex. crossing that goes from McRoberle' CarlMe corner able to save much after all." lo Owrlerj it, It ia affirmed that since the to the Commercial Hotel"; AlthoUffh ihfl PnnntrT n.nll.m.n empt from !.... Two (2) Dally Train from Louisville to 8t. Louis. h. saw Mart come Mercury. greatly enlarged, tbe terms contluue as below 7 ii.io. irom Cincinnati do truction of the clave tree on the Island up the street and shoot without when paid etrlcl y lu advaucs. Mat Can Be Done ? g to 8t, Loulr. saying A $l(XOO0 bill is the largest dvoomioa One copy one year, 2 S ; four copies 810, and an Only of Ternato. the colony haa Buffered from o ri ra from Louisville and Cincinnati By trying again and keeping up courage many Saw Oj draw his pistol after the lo h for tion of greenbicks made by ihe govern things seemingly Impoulbl may be attained. additional copy cop the year free to tn sender ot tost. Louis. me club, leu epidemics unknown before, and In time first shot. ealfo. and addltlooal copy one and Tho Only Lino by which you can meat. They are of greenish tint with black Hundreds of hopeless case ot Kidney and Liver when cooler i has prevailed in London A telegram from Grover Curran corroba "STAIl new aubcarlliera ad Paris'lhoae employed in the perfumery fao auk a aioopmg car letters and on ooe side is a picture of but Complaint havo been cured by Electrio Bitters, vanco i ow, -I- II receive the for 1S47, paying In the rated the Matemoot as to what happsoeJ In escaped its rayatceo.-Boa- ton after everything else had been trlod In vain. 80 receipt of tbo remittance, toimnir nrlrl Irom toriea have January 1.1SJ7, with we are a poor hand at description. Come Frm ClnclostitoSt. Louli. Bright & Mete ill's store last Christmas, don't think there 1 no cure for you, but try El euicnaign epccnneucoplea IrM. Addresi Journal. around some afternoon and wa will show LUTUhJK TUCKElt A BON, Publlshe s. Tberalano raedlolnaso safe, so pure line O '. & "UU" I'toeonlyfrom LoulsvluS the United Mr. Hester testified that he ear Oj come you a lot of 'em. Albany, New ork, Millions of mothers all over through aod o perfect a Blood FurlSar. Electrio Bitters rZ Cincinnati M 61. Louis, all other routes be n little ones around them lu town about 10 minu'rs before he was will cur Dyspepsia, Diabetes and all Disease of States gather their made up of a combination of small roada. A Liulsville lady dreamed that her w eortUHf rtcom mtnd the Kldntys. Invaluable In affection ofStomach never dreaming that by the law they have shot, riding rapidly. mhtUxt ttmtiir roaiU loiisbf Uoaoctlkza spook appeared to her in the night and Liver, and overcome all Urinary Difficulties. Cir la M'l'PPl Kallwar runs Monroe Smith said that Oo fnquently Bleeping Cars on night train; .uxurlaniPalaUal no right to theae children, They do not and Clt.t, Large Bottles only SO ccnta a bottle at Fenny A F 1 TO S DATS. ParH Kara oM tomli.r. POawiM mi 1.1 lor Cars on day trains; Elegant Day Coach. legal right to children passed his farm and eacn time he did to he and took her wrteie a treasure was buried McAIUUr. know that tho sole abl.. t.d la t MiMairltun. cat It ea oa all trains. --m glTta uUtfudco. She went there the next in the back yard. CM urt Mi ifiu reit with the father in all except three would halloo at one end aod shoot off his DViR LT-Ci?,- ".l nEJ9C.Uo11?. Mleln UNIOU Excitement in Texas, Alt.tt A LUk, morning in company with a reporter aod diverging line by tbeO. A M. ItiUniiCisaJulC. the State. Moat men do not know it. pistol at the other end of his lane. of Great exclUuient hu been caused la the vlclol lludua. N. Y. thus avoiding troblesom trans. dug up $210 in gold. ClaolaaatlJHB did know it, Other nitnesae swore that Oj fell with a ty of Paris, Texas, by the rsmarkabl recovtry of A maiorlty .cf Mhere, if ther itra oyjouier routes. Sold If Drnf ititi. E. Corley, who waa so helpless he could not their right aa against the pistol in hia hand cocked and that he had Bwy th. only lias would never assert Queen Victoria during ths 40 years of Mr. J. tikt ei.ttO. Louisville, Cincinnati and Bt. Louis under one management, running all Iu But now and then a father who, another in his pocket, and still others as to her reign has spent only 12 days in Ireland, turn" In bed,'orralsa his bead; everybody aaid he mother. was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle ot Dr. trains through solid and In consequence Is recagalaed Flrit-Cii- w " h as bad aa the law knows'hls legal rights the character of the deceased, but the sb ive and Mr. Labouchere wants her to celebrate King' New Discovery was sent him. Finding re Houte be. . Is in substance about all that was brought her jubilee by giving in memory of those Iter, be bought a large bottle and a boa of Dr . .. vtwa those Cities. and aaaumee them. HTAMKORD, Kr. full particulars Klng'New Life Pills, and by the time to rate, time, "Man wants but little here belowl" The out. Mr. Uerndon argued against the 12 days 12 pence to eaob inhabitant of tbe taken two boxes of Pills and two boxes ot be had W. P. WALTOW, - - Proprietor or any desired Information, or writemap, circulars to ihe Dis It might have baen right of the prisoner to ball and Mr. Mil- neglected land. -- UUJ-. u, KOKMAK, statement causae mirth; covery ha was well tnd had galnsd In flesh thirty-Trsv. Paaa. Af 't O. A M. It- -. Aim.fui o- r61s of Stags, 20x90. Eight oomolete sets of Been, JOHN F. BAK NAitD.pounds. Trial bottle ot this Great DiscovtV. H.NriATVII' In early times, but now he wants the ler for it. Jadge Morrow tnnk the matter UseUrren Cough Malsam for coijht and raids. six .. ery. Sealing capacity, gallery, 1 Pre, and (Jen .. atsu'gr, un. Pais. Ag't, ery for Consumption free at PeaayA MoAUsters under consideration and announced during I I'llcoSJc, ForsaIbyMoRobrtikStt-g- . rat to good attractlont. earth Cincinnati, O '""a bo-cl- al Town r.uis For Sale For af '" VOUt SALE MII,L)OfERY. ?gfir For is Tb W ICent NEWCOMB MOEJ tar" tJ" I' utl 1C5--- hack.inke woraai)?''-MrcijantTr1tv- erj'r. J. KEn'c" ES. H. FOX. Ky. to Order. G. SSIvXAS TIMBER BRO, , LUMBER, Danville Framos lt i uWPEnOlO Kcnliick'i per-mi- la Won.. al-w- A TRAIN BOUKNE "KJfe mhtlnoteJ i. PIJLNOS r '. dan-gero- "n', '"ft ba-b- lVorld-rcnowne- Country Gentleman, asrli-niinr- n ag-,l- ,. 12,-00- post-offlc- y, n, B. O. & M. J. '. epl-diu- iio tiv, any-thin- Tll6 hus-band'- tf IR 1 ' aaa0,1,W OPERA .. J Mr. Wm. Sllliman hsa a new girl baby Got. McCreary is the best peltllclan south older, directing the striking packing-housat his howe. of the Ohio river, bat when'helscee Char men to return ta work. Mr. W. W. Henderson, who recently A brautliulbullJltglot ou Mala Wrwt HUa-lorThe latest census returns show that the purchased Mrs. Nannie Brewer's property NovemW'16, 1816, ley BroasTon in this Congreasswial district Ky., Stanford. Ky.,oppoelle lbs Female Collego; ths most population fef London Is 3,055,819; of Paris, on Harrodsburg street, began moving towe must infer that ho is a little off. Stanford, Ky. dmlrable location In ths City for a handsome res2,209,023; of Berlin, 1,122,330; of Vienna, idence. Apply to JOitSU. CRAIO, StanThe official returns to the Secretary of 72G.105; of Bt. Petersburg, 707,0G3; of Mad- - day. ford, K.y., or iris. VHAXQ, Qarllil w. P. WALTON. Za. tlBl IT UUUB, XimiJ VJUl.MEUUCUUVtC ?,nf'' under a deed of trust, of It. T. tucky. State make Carlisle's majority 825. Finley 1 Mattlogly, ths undarslgnsd will Miller, inree negro dots. were before the Thom- rid.DW.vw. beat Botts just 1,616 and Wall leads iae poUc, wart BalardabbarifJ-wll- h -C- ommlslonerMtuerreporu,inai d IoJor Louisville as 188. The combined BMJUiee- of the Savoyard, the On Monday, December 0, 1880, receiDia iron nu sources ot The BUYERS' dUIMK ta log an iron fence belonging to W. M.Stou'. 2tmea' staff correspondent, after a careful three republicans elected to .Congress from Mats js4 JfwreW (ttmnty Court day) In Stanford, Ky., publicly nue lor the last fiscal year were $116,902,- - Cohl J wai fined $50. The others have not survey of the gubernatorial Oeld, findi that this Btate are 2,741. S)3U poRta, as lie 869, about four million more than the pre- beea tried. lhm ' K?""V of about ontarre Stanford t ooaliu 8K11X attia,rlUitvr Geo. Bimon Bolivar Buokner'a chances to of ground on which Is erected, besides a largo and 3.BOO UlHaSrMloiia With only one majority on Joint ballot, vious year. The "plate" wora by "Terra Ootta,'' commtxlioui Blavator, anew SH story brlcAdlU -occupy the executive chair are not near eo Wttl Pletat OalWrr.-QIVKlB A sea gull was shot and killed by a w should keep a the great eon of Harry O'Falloa, ia suspend- tus furnished to ilh all the mirhlni n.i . IVfaolctavle Triers bright as formerly. The fact la the people the democrats of New Jersey Deeeaaary conduct an zUnitrs and proOU-bl- e on its members of hunter at Cumberland Falls Friday 1,000 ed over the mantelpiece at the Farmers' look out bualBMs, including a taodara and ImWorrd tllret to eontutntrt on fJl good for want a practical man for governor, haying mighty close pe'roesuxl or tmmfif . Tells birr to ,.-- ,. uj nnn, General Assembly, The republicans miles from the sea coast. In Its craw waa National Bank. The following inscription ing supply of water ir tmpurpow or obtainfrom a etVec falling ourc. found to their sorrow that voting for a man the order, and artroi "viae! coat of tttrjr-thta- cx long and two rocks as found a cMfish a foot Ths ocatloa la too good to do anything. jroai uo, drinkwwit or is attached "Plate of Terra Ootta, winner BtaBtenl. oa thaabout lOOjrard from tbt it.., , because of some sentiment, yellow feyer are' not Dnnrh n a large aa hen's eggs, hare fnn rrlta. Taea iafVALUABLK n. Ktiiroia. Hsndicap, Fremont Hotel OsTHtpondtoco Driiin.i n.i .r auoeo. of Lake View record oryervice to the confederate states. HOOKS obU!h Information gleaned. NOTES OF CURRENT EMITS. solicited and 11 Urufa can bs The police need not be worried aboat from'Ui markets ot trorlil. We Slakes, Chicago, III , and Clark A Thorn at sgroMtipon .lw"A:w.,In"", wont do by a jugful. Gen. flucicner may line perfect. -av will VT VUCR to Kail a. ...On. third caahj balance la equal The Missouri Legislature Is 51 demo the anticipated duel between RepresentaBlake, one mile In 1:44 with 117 pounds atallmefits of S, 13 and is uoaths, 8 per c nt. In. be a capital man for the place, but he has treaa upon reealat of 10 et. to defray Virginia, and Mayor Lamb, tive Wise, of cratic In joint ballot. t u near from esfMKtM aaailtnsr. Unu Parsons! seearltfj oo ant up. The fastest and best race ever woa by meat Linn no record, of being a man of affairs and rtln.t " T. MMimmiin. pay- - joa. of Hpectfa1)r, James 'Nixon's store at Flat Rock waa of Norfolk. A Mayor who Is a Lamb is a w. r may militate old with the weights up," bneinees training, and that M.CBACFLte.' fired by an incendiary and burned. Loss not likely to fight and a representative MONTGOMERY WARD A CO. Asalgnoet, Charles Henderson, the alleged swinagainst blm with those who look at the SZT Oc 2 WaOaaa Avraae, Chicago, UU certainly keep out of a who is Wise will $6,000. dler, is yst in jail in default of a $4,000 matter strictly from a common senie Tiew. For the first time sinoe South Carolina duel. bond, charged with swindling Dr. William We have tried doctors, lawyers and so on, eceded, the State sends a solid democratic A prominent railroad man of Lexing Burke, o( this county, out of over $6,000, without getting exactly what we want. ton said that the proposed Louisville South Mr, to Congress. James A. Brown, the sherifl of BarHow will it do to try a farmer nsxt timet tdjlegation Sixty-sevecounties ia the State either ern road would be built from Lonlsville to tholomew county, Indiana, waa here SaturSeaalor John D. Harris, of Madison, for have total prohibition or local option ia Lexington, via. Lawresoeburg, and the gap day and made arrangements for the arrest instance? many of their precincts. from Lawresoeburg toElixibethtowa filled, of Henderson ia ease he gave bend. He k two esteemed W regret to observe that The consular service cost the govern- thus completing Huntington's line from wasted for swindling an old man named journalists of Louisville'lfave been fight- ment last year $900,605, which waa $10,-03- 1 ocean to ocean. lbtodafeweaflfereBrcenplcie Wa. McClIntock, who Uvea near Columing. William M Hull, an editorial writer In excess of the receipts. The suit of the government yenna the bus, Auglad., out of $5,000 on the 31st of on the lima, becoming exasperated at a The amendment to the Illinois Bute American Bell Telephoae Company, pendust last. Mr. Brown raid that Henderson very damaging charge against his charac- Constitution prohibiting contract eoaviet ing before the United Stales Court for the h eertsialy the sua, ter by Judge W. M. Fialey in the Pott, labor was lost by a majority of 8,000. distrfcief Ohio, aaa beta dUmbsed for Another one of Mr. W. II. Fields, Jr.', "Watches, Clocks went to the Iatter's office and inquired if hs Lillian Qalnn, a waiter girl at Win-fiel- d, Want of jurisdiction and without prejudice children was taken a day or two ago with paragraph. Finley waa reepcnsible for the (Has,) hotel, shot her lover, Frank to Instituting suit elsewhere. The decisaa affection of the throat aad it was at once replied in the affirmative and then Hall B. Lockwood, and then killed herself. ion seat the stock up from $207 to $215 en thought it had diphtheria. Dr. Cowan in with his fist. A few blows pissThe prohibition party of Kentucky the $100. 'oraaedyour correspondent this morning Call and see ed, when bystanders parted the beligerents. will hold a State convention on March 31, sleek before pnrckMlair elsewhere. At Taylorsvllle, at the Instance of the last night he operated on the child for This is the second fight that has occurred 1887, to nominate a State ticket, it ia said. Commonwealth's attorney, the apparently that diphthetical croup, which ia aa affection of between Louisville editors within & year. Slugger John Sullivan knocked Paddy never-endi- ng Crittenden cue was continwas It is eetting a bad example to the rural Ryan silly in three rounds at San Francisco ued. The judge at once Issued an order the larynx, aad that it little this morning daughter haa Druggists aad Pharmaceutists. may be said to their Over 9,000 sports and thugs witnessed the upon the Commonwealth making the next bettor. Mr. Sullivan's roosters, though it beea pronounced out of danger aad ao new cfedit that they stick to first principles and meet. each trial a peremptory one, and requiring A number of National Banks have no- absent witness to give a $300 bond for his cases have been reported by oar physicians, use their fists instead of more dangerous although rumors, entirely untrue, about tified the Controller of the Currency of appearance at that term. weapons. the spread of the disease are constantly their purpose to reorganizs as State instiThe National Batter, Eg and Cheese The New York Herald figures that there tutions. afloat. The fellow who would tell lies about Association, in session at Chicago, Friday "136 Carlisle democrats in the House to are Bank of Indianap- adopted a resolution boycotting the various aucn a suDject 10 scare people, deserves a The First National 32 Bindall democrats on the question of DEALER IK. olis, with which Wm. H. English was for- organizations throughout the country that coat of tar and feathers, demtariff reform." There is only a single Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Oftnsby returned merly connected, has gone into voluntary have persistently favored the Illegal traffic ocrat elected from the South who voted liquidation. to their home in New York Miss In oleomargarine and who have aided the against the consideration of the Morrison Sheridan's annual report shows manufacturers and dealers in spurious bat- Lee McGrortyi Mrs. Ormsby's sistsr, went Gen. tariff bill last June, so it msy be assumed them snd will spend the winter in that tbetnndlng army consists of 23,9-1dealing in it in such with that with the exception of the labor demo- men and 2,102 officers or one officer to ev- ter by exhibiting and New York. Mits Emma W. Weiwgir resale, ways sj to assist in its fraudulent crat from Virginia and two or three memturned on Baturday from a visit to friends ery 11 soldiers. Avery complimentary reception was bers from Louisiana the Southern members -- Salts to the amount of $203,900 have tendered Friday evening to Hon. John 8. In Franklin and 8Impeon counties. Revs. are for tariff reform. The protective tarifi been filed at Paris against the Central KenE. H Pierce, Green Clay Smith and Messrs. on his return from democrats in the South may number five. tucky Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing and Barbour, of Virginia, Andrew Pope, Jacob Harlan, A. P. Brace, a four months' tour abroad. Mr. Barbour With the 32 protection democrats allied Transportation Co. Fred Yeager and Jerry Sacdidge returned said that notwithstanding the result of the with the republicans, the same paper thinks woman at Batavla, N. recent election ia his Slate, "Virginia will on Friday from a ten days' fishing excur A that they will try to prevent a considera- Y.. has fust been mulcted in the sum of sion on New River. Capt. R. II. Young, be equal to the circumstances of any occa tion of the tarifi question at all. neighbor of stealing sion, as we do not intend to surrender what of the 4th U. B. Infantry, who has been $3,500 for accusing her visiting friends in this county, wsnt to To the credit of oar country be it said, an an armful of wood. we hare gained after our long fight against Crab Orchard Friday to attend the funeral Snow 8 inches deep covers the ground carpetbaggers and readjuster." actress that comes from the old country of Capt. John Scott, of the same regiment. W. B. McKlNNEV, Paleiiaen. We hope the administration, like the hoping to obtain patronage by advertising at Buffalo. N. Y.. and the lake shores are JOHN BRIUUT, Mrs. Geo O Barnes, who has been visiting of the Slate sturdy sensible administration we have her own shame and her desertion of her solid with Ice. In other parts tho family of Dr. J. C. Bogle, returned to husband for the "protection" of a Lord, the snow is 15 inches deep. given it credit for being, will now see the Incendiaries set fire to Moody's Chica- folly of carrying the civil eervice hnmbag Frankfort Saturday evening. Mr. J. M. will find to her sorrow that she has made a Hackney went to Wilmington, Ohio, last mistake. Violet Cameron, who came over go church and it was nearly destroyed, to each extremes. Democrats were defeat loss of $50,000. It had the larg- ed in many districts last week for no other week, called there by the death of his broth with Lord Lonsdale, has just learned this causing a er, Jas. L. Hackney. Miss Annie Bohon by experitnee, snd instead cf filling the en- est auditorium in the city. ciose in the world than that the pirty was returned to her home in Hustonville on Francis R. Brooks has brought suit dissatisfied with the continuance of repubgagements she had in this country, has deSaturday after a visit to the family of her to return home after her New York against Harvard College for $50,000 for lican men and measures under tho democided damages sustained by the bursting of a re-o- cratic administration.-- ) Breckenridge News, uncle, Mr. W.J Bohon. Mr L. W. Hud-so- n contract, which has proved a very losing was called to Louisville on Friday by filled with sulphuric acid. one. The gallant Lord deserted her some In Louiayille Saturday night a fire death of his mother, Mrs. Dr. Hudson. In Alabama last year all but $50 of the broke out on the top floor of the building the weeks ego, after discovering that open lia- Mrs McDonald, wife of Henry P. Mceons are not calculated to win applause and total assessed State tax was collected, and occupied by Robinson Bros. & Co., dealers Dwleri lc(tll klna of- the assessed valuation of the State has in in hardware, on Sixth and Main, totally Donald returned to her home in Atlanta ducats in America. Baturday. Mr. S. G, Logsdon. of Junccreased $35,000,000 in five years. destroying the building. Wm, Cornwall, The Louisville Timet expresses tersely The L. & N. has the Mammoth Cave notions; L. L. Warren & Co., boots and tion City, has temporary charge of the the sentiments of a good many of us as fol- railroad down on its schedule this time. railroad telegraph office. Hon. John Dick shoes; Grauman & Shuttiewortb, clothing, lows: The Breckinridge News thinks the Three trains leave for and return from the Peddle, M. P , who'came here to attend his also suffered severely. The total loss is esr army Leave daily from Glasgow Junction. limes is about to join the son's marriage to Miss McGrorty, on Thurs timated at $200,000, which is nearly cover and sipport the prohibition movement, and day, left on Saturday for Memphis. From guardThe U.S. Exprees. Company is ed by insurance. By an explosion of gas that reminds us of the reply of a witness in ing against robbers by putting burglar there he will soon go to New York, from in a cistern James Connell, engineer of a the Beecher-Tiltowhich port ho will eail for Scotland, His trial, who, when asked proof safes in their cars of which only stafire engine, waa killed and several other fire what religion he professed, said: "I am a tion masters have the combination, home is in E'linburg. Mr. P. Mannlnnl was men injured. Spiritualist, but I am not a d n fool." The called to Lexington on Saturday by the Nathan Farrie, a wealthy Kentuckian, OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Times believes in sobriety and morality, died on the highway from heart disease death of his wife's father. -SmtREYS,but it has plenty of common sense as well, and intemperance, while returning from Lancaster. Leek, who was arrested bjr Of the man and has no notion of bringing the mllleni Louisville to bis home in the county. Miss Lizzie Elkin, of Loulsvlle, is vis- Sherifl Moore and Marshal Helm and takum upon a people by statue before they are polled iting Miss Fannie Huffman. The prohlbltlonsU in Illinois en to KnoxrUle, the Adioeate says: Leek, properly prepared for the occasion. last week 19,527 votes, a gain of 7,613 over Jno. Anderson, of Lincoln, and Miss who I oalj 24 yrara old, has a remaraable the number cast for St. John in 1884. They county, were licensed record for crime. There are 65 indictments Grain, Wesl, Meeds, Feci!, Coal, Lumber, Etc. The Knights of Labor have made an- are still about 200,000 votes short f a ma- Mollis AdamB,of this to wed Thursday. agalnBt him, and not nntll Sheriff Moore signal failure in their efforts to en- jority. other Wm. Silliman bought last Thursday handcuffed him and lodged him in our jail force their demands by strikes. Powderly It is reported on good authority in for Joseph Haas, of Danville, several hun- had he erer felt the weight of shsckles or has ordered the packers snd batchers at New York that Blaine, Cornell and Piatt paid 5 cents per been behind the prison bars. Some wonChicago to go back to work at ten hours a have fixed up a scheme to make Ltvi P. dred turkeys, for which he pound on foot. derful stories are told of the daring and day, saying that the strike was ill advised Morton a United States Senator to succeed Mr. George Hackley, an aged gentle- desperate character of this tran. Once, as the times are not ripe for the eight-hou- r .. Warner Miller. man living In lower Garrard, died at his when surrounded by eight men, ha fought movement. The men have lost several The unknown nejro murdered at Sunday morning. His remains his wajr out br the use of his pistol and residence weeks' time and have gained no single Ky., some time ago, turns out to were interred In the Fork Church ceme-tsr- y made a marvelous escape. Desiring one s point. After awhile, perhaps, labor be Jim Barns, who was shot during a game Monday. time to testify in behalf of a friend, who will find that others have some of cards by L. Smith and Sam Million and Wm. Hill, charged with maliciously was charge! with stealing cattle, an outlaw rights as well as they, and will dare mainthey have been held without bail. (Th Weekly Edition of tho Commercial Gazette,) catting and wounding Jerry Higjinu on though he was, he disguised himself per tain them. The troubles with the operatives which last election day, had his examining trial fectly. look the wllnsfs stand and by his Dr. Godfrey Hunter denies that lie is have kept the large cotton mills at Augus- Saturday and was held over in a bond of testimony acquitted the accused. citizen of New Mexico and says that Rhea ta, Ga., idle for so long a time, have been $100 until circuit court. knows it or ought to. The doctor has satisfactorily adjusted, and all are now runRev. J. L. Allen, of Danville, preachIt is still a problem whether Mrs Cleve J.1 !,th. Id'n Republican Weekly Newspaper o! the moit Central and IlrnreienUllTa Rlilu n beaten Rhea 1,007 votes as fairly as ever ning on full time, with the usual number ed at the Christian church Sunday morn land will enter the social world in this city tbla nation, loremoit In news . enterprise, fwtlMi In public dltcuaalo anil.tAw...Al.n.taLa. " "" """' man waa beaten and that individual who of hands. ma vt tuv ruujcr kuu Ull Billy It baa no superior a. anew.papeV; ing. The annual meeting of the American this season or not. From the ladies of the thought more of spiting his old adversary A man in Nsw Jersey has been choked Bible Society was held at night in the household come reports that she will not. and advancing his own interests than that to death by a celluloid collar. A celluloid Presbyterian church, when the regular They ssy that, instead of entertaining gay of the democratic party ought to bs the corset recently effected the death ot a wo- routine of business was gone through with. throngs of visitors at receptions, she will be Iafurnlihttl to lutacrltxri at the low rats of ONE DOLLAR a last man to kick Hs ought to do like ono man In New York. Those who wear this ccnu a copy a weec. It glrea all the news, wltb erery dealrable detail, In decant ahape. Mr. Russell A, Harris died suddenly singing pretty little nursery lullabies. The is told of In holy writ, go and combination of of old, who and camphor do city have all taken great inter- TUB MARKET BEPOBT8 are glren In full, and Ib.r are noted for tbelr Saturday morning of heart disease sged 77 ladies of this As for ourselves, we prefer it at their peril. hanghlrmeU. telegraphed dally orer our own apectal wlreifrooi alltbs leidlog cities. ""0U,,T' "P'w are years. After funeral services at residence est in coming events, and those who are in Advices have been received that the Hunter to such a democrat. Dan-yill.. position to know say most decidedly that THE AORICULTUBAL DEPABTMENTIaoneoftheareat i. of deceased by Rev. J. L. Allen, of T'N nable to erery farmer. This department la edited bj fataresotthaWklr Chinese ateamship Takataman buret her Lin-castMrs. Cleveland will not enter society. A THEOirensbiro Messenger denies that the remains were brought to the THE CHIMNET CORNER, devoted eicluUrely to yoim. people.!. Tcry interring while running under high pressure and lnatructlvs Laffjon increased his majority and says boilers cemetery and laid to rest. Along great deal of shopping ha been done of n a gale off Nilgata, and that 96 persons procession of sorrowing friends and relc late by the ladles of the White House, but corresponds from all parts of if the party continues to put up such that who were on bosrd perished, including the men as he it will not be long before all the fives followed his remains to this place. it is said that very little evening costume officers, who were Englishmen, majority is gone. We do not suppose Laf The deceased gentleman was a prominent material has been bought. It has been A negro man aged 74 ewore before a foon is a very brilliant man, in fact with farmer of this county and an estimable more of a diminutive nature. At least this Contains elthtpagMofelght column, eaoli. and Is printed erery Federal grand jury in Louisiana that he ! Washington Letat JH 40 per annum, poatage paid. Persons who can cot Tuesday aodirrlday. three exceptions there never1 waa a poorer christian gentleman with many friends. is what theladies say. On.iS .!?? who want the ne wa olttner than once a week, will find the "emUWwfiy an wis the father of 165 children. He further His death was very sudden an unexpected. ter to Biltlmore American. smlrable pper. delegation elected In the State. Moat of be had never paid much attention are not of eild that On the morning of his death he rode some them are mediocre men A new use for tobacco plant has been to marrying, but he had kept "accarate acfive or six miles on horseback and appeared average Information. Teims of Subscription by Mall: discovered. Its stems and waste, it is count of his offsprings 'vrhh the abov rein perfect health, claimed, are equal to linen rags In the Ons year (omlttlnj BtnJaj)........ ...........$12 The Cincinnati Commercial GaseJU, which sult. One year (Including Sunday) " Hlr months. " ..tit 00 6 HIk months. ' Encouraged by the heavy vote cast for brought out its eagle prematurely and The Acts of the General Assembly of manufacture of paper. Tobaeco waste cost Tbiea mouths, " ...M.. s ..7 00 ' Tbreo months, .. 3 W less than 510 a ton, linen race $70 to $80 claimed that the next House would be re- Henry George ia the recent mayoralty con- Kentucky, passed at the session of 1885-80- , WAnt publican, is trying to keep its spiilts up test In New York, the Campaign Executive make two volumes, together covering There is no expense in assorting the former like the boy in the graveyard and whistles Committee of the Central Labor Union has about 2,600 pages. Delivery of the laws to and very little shrinkage, aa against a loss Consisting oiewlngMacbln(s,;iniproTed Waterbury '""aer Cell rm , Pencils, v.. Books of rag. The yearly tobacco etc, will be Men In the paptr. eample coplcafree. as follows: "The democrats have the ma issued an address to "organized labor thro'- - the Secretary of State has begun, and will of one-thi- rd jority of numbers in the next House, but out the United States" looking to the or- - bo continued without interruption until waste is estimated by tbe cetsus reports at THE COMMERCIAL GAZETTE CO;, i. f.,. nnnnnon i 1 00000 irs-e- t ...ili!, 1 ir lh li'il" cn hratn," I "rff t.n nf n't-i- l e Siw-MttHnlattnorloa- The Chicago Knights of Libor "arc alThe astute Sivoyard will'jliardly raise a single eaarer to bis prereeitlon that most ia open molt against Fowderly'a DANVILLE, none count. ! FOR SALE, IFOR' 8 AXflE'I Splendid Mill Property, la m 173-1- well-poste- - im""' " .:.. ... o nU gp. ekyr. .,,... ft, t r drrrl two-yea- 171-t- d IHaoIa n mmmi wif Cash. and Silvorware FrM Complete Stock of Jewelry, At Cost For Cash. ear McROBERTS & STAGO, 9 W. 11. UMI& CidLer s&e. y. Hardware, Farming Imple- - Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, long-tongue- Elevators, Pump, Mill, rt WEAHEN & MENEFEE. cold-wate- Farming Implements and Ma chin eiy, n Wim Buggies, tMsliigm Sp3Eing Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, I Nich-o!asvi!l- e, THE! GITilGINNATl organ-ization- WEEKLY GAZETTE! -- orsriysr $1.00 A. "le'ESA.El. ' The Weekly Gazette gun-cott- on e, er .( m The Seiui.Weekly i and-som- Dally Commercial Gazette, Our Premium ... mwrrt PTVfM'rr mifam.m.'mjmmtimMm .&nu-S2ttcliIjiSaimVou- IlrACQUAivmu for ammunition. Roberts ftBtsge. Ky- - Mc- - Stanford, November - Iliouxar saarkYfp'rlce 10, paldfor hides, for botiV laA Craig's. " Oun Dongolia Kid Shoe for old Ladles is the most comfortable shoe ever sold here. Owsley A Craig. ii LAND, sracr -- Corn. AtiO CHOP -- Wanted -- Cr load T. R. Walton. 1886 aheeptkias, etc, by A. T. Nunaelley, A FULL line of underwear B. O. WALTON, Business Manager. dles and gentlemen at Owalay TIME CURB. 1 I, 4 N, L9CAL Mall train Raisins, currants, new gain Wattfc.......... Sapmitrals" taia . as H r.M. ter. IB M citron, prunes. All stock and cheap, Meicatf A Fos " m Tnse.TeUoaltltioB in "WW IIMIMuM ixux, Aj standard Urns. Bolar U about 90 minute taster) ICCMi NOTICES. atock of den bit, breech and tnutzleloading shot-gu- n; also loaded shells of all sizes of shot, McRoberts A 8tagg. A full A fair report of the evidence in the Buy your School Uooki from Penny A Mart Bsaltb case on hit application for ball MoA litter. W ATcnw and Jewelry repaired on shor appears is Mother pait of Ihia paper. He notice and warranted br l'eany A McAlla was still In jail last night. r. Hukkiw, Attkwtioh. Ioaded Cart. The prisoners la J ail under .sentences to ridgr, alltliMof ehot, at Penny & Mo work might be very profitably employed at Allstsrt. various thiats, iljlag up that pesd is front A oomtlxtx itock of Jewelry, latest of the Cewri-HotH- e feelf oae ef then. style. Rockford watches a specialty. Pea ny A MoAUsUr. Oor friend, Mr. D. B. EJmitton, left yes terday to opes a store at Crab Orchard. PERSONAL, Everybody will regret to have him leave Mm. Db,G. W. Bronauoit. It visIUbjc hereout at the same time will wVh him friends is Mereer, great success lo hit new position, -- Mb. W. F. Rjmttx wast ot to Lex- We haw atver tseo tha .nails snore out ingtoa to we hit tea Louts, who U ill. Dr. and Mm. B. F. Wawzr, of Lan of joint than bow. The Cincinnati papers catter, ware guests of Mr. Richard Wa- get here any Use duriag Ihf week and the Louisville papers oftsa lake from two to lts. Mr. 0. S. Gkktrv, wife asd babies, of four daya to pat (a aa appearance. Borne Cincinnati, art vlsltim fata rtlaUree near rascals need turning out badly, Wlton'. a picture Twenty yearling mules toll recently of 8am Walton in its Sunday's issue that in Harrison county at $75 per head. lacks a great deal of doing the handsome Nowjsthe time to buy extra fine fellow justice. 8horthorn bulla cheap of A. M. Feland. Chicago received 119,301 sheep in OcNow would be a good time to have a suit tober, which is the largest total eyr known. Bade. My line to select from is large and Thirty acres nf unimproved land 21 as lam not particularly rushed with work, I can mate you a suit on short notice. H. miles from Lexinitton sold at $100 per acre. O. Rupley. J. E Bruce bought of sundry Garrard Mr. Jim Brooks tells ut that George county farmsrs 250 head of 27fi pound Moore had a Barrow escape at Crab Or- bogs at 3j, chard yesterday. He was slttlbg on a Wanted, 100 000 bushels of Irish potatrunk at the depot, when a freight palled toes on cars at 8tantord, Ky. Address J by at fast speed. He asked Mr. Brooks A. Ferreli; BhVlby Citr, Kv . must he jump on and he replied in faa to Ten acres of corn tbst will avsrage a go ahead. Moore did ao and was thrown barrel to the shock sold in Woodford at between the cars and the platform, break- $15 per acre. A hundred bogs sold at 3 ing his shoulder and perhana otherwise inPrince CnarJIe, JDan Swjgeri's noted juring him. Imported stallion, valued at $20,000, dfsd Logan Coffee, negro, was tried before a at Etmendorf, in Fayette county , Friday, o colored jury yesterday for beating his wife. colic. Tho names of the jurors are Bill Cook, The great race mare Lizzie Dnyer, be Major Hays, Bill CMdwell, Frank Den-ha- longing to the Cirrican stable, died at Top Giveas, and Will Clay. The Wilton A Treacy's stable at case was ably argued by four attorneys and Saturday, of pneumonia. the result was a verdict of tea days in jail Barn Bell sold 47 cattle to Geo. Becker and a fiao of $10. What this section needs at.4j;jdgavevbonHi of $7. Ike is more colored jurors if the, work of this also sold 36 to same at $110, is a fair sample of what they will do. which averaged abiut 1650 lbs -- Paris The Courier Journal publishes fresh Silt- - at T. R, Cua-Blcgk- am m mi, i THESLAUlMfEOOMMENCED THE CHANCE IS YOUKS. Hftd, Cleckals complete ioir, CLA.is:Ea:i aad iho IhiW aiyio Wo Kill WBCedii9iwk: Brln the money Wh,n. Penny & Ptivoly rc.I enlj l.r lVXck.listei 1 i. ill WALTOJV f -- Doaler In- - ban. Mr. ahd Mrs. Thomas Mctca w hate hit relatirei at Nichols. tllle. Mr. amp Mrs. 8. V. Rowlamd, of Danville, spiat sorerel days with Col. and been visiting Mrs, Miller. Mrs. OwrKa, the pretty bride of Dr. J. M. Ontnt, of Fiat Rock, it Wilting Mra. B. M. Owtaa. Mhs Maky TArscoiT recslred a tele cram Saturday announcing the death of an uncle at Staunton, Va. -J- dooe M. C. Saoklby, R Barnstt, R. C Warren and . 0. Walton are attending circuit court at Meatloello. s, Misses Tur pretty little Belie and Jesse Cook and Jennie Reid, are yiiitioRMra.G. B. Cooper. Mim Mary Titout-eurt- , who has a fine private tchool at Haetonville, waa the cunt o( Mm. M. L, Bourns a few dayt. We are indebted to Engineer J. F. La Rue for timely assistance on our engine, which teemed to hare an inclination to blow up. -- Mk.JahhD. Cook, of Huatonvllle, qualified aa deputr clerk yriterday and will, we are glad to tay, make Stanford hit home for aome time. Mim Ethci. Wright who baa been a pupil in the High School here, hat re turntd to her home in Lincoln county, M!m Ethel it an excellent atudent and a pleacent young lady. Montlcello Signal, Mr. J. 0. Fish, who bat rerred ut well at correspondent at Jit. Vernon, la going to locate at Finevilie, we regret to aay. He inn capital good fellow and the people of that town may take our word for it and receive him to their hearta accordingly. Tne Courier Journal payt thit juet to Mr. Sam A. Walton: "The new Consul it a gentleman of intelligence, integrilr and indnttry, and hit refection for the poet of dutr to which he hat been aulgned (a an admirable one lie will acquit hlm'olf creditably And do honor to hla country by hit services in the Contular Department. Controller Durham trcurcd bit appointment, wltn Got. McCreary's assistance " Wcat-Eadercom-plimt- nl la all Jiat Craig says everybody will be sur- kinds of occupations in the United States prised by a marriage that they had at the last census, there! were 4,225,945 not heard a word of but then Jim don't farmers and planters with rights in the soil always know. and 3,323,876 agricultaral laborers. A pretty little romance ia told in the D. N. Prewltt shipped 2 cars' of sheep Louisville papers about John L. Summers yesterday, 120 pounds average, which cost and Miss Janie Van Aradale. Seven yean from 2J to 3 cents. M. P. Bailee baa sold ago Janie, who liyed fa Washington coun his crop of wheat, about. 2.500 bushels, to ii i YotJ. About the 16th of January we ty, Ky., married John, a thrifty trader of Benjamin Slaughter at 71 centa per bushel will publish a list of individuals who per the adjoining oouaty of, Marion, much Snow A Brnce bought from Jerry Owen sistently refuse or neglect to pay ut what is against the wishes of her father, who is 15 two year-ol- d feeding cattle, 1,230 pound justly our due. We give them all fair said to be wealthy. Six months after mar- weight, at , Mr. Owens to take thtm warning now and two months' time to do riage the husband failed la business and back July 15th st $525 -- Danville Ad the booest thing. If you owo long due left for Texas, hoping to redeem his for- vccale. subtcriptioss or other accounts, thit meane tune. He promised his wife to return for 7. VERfOff, ROCKCASTLE COUNT Y. you. her as soon as he became settled, but in an M KUCHA NTS and others complain that unfortunate We have been having some blusterlr.g, row a man was killed busineM Is duller here than for years. It and upon circumstantial evidence Bummers cold weather. it exceedingly dull in our line and the war sent to the penitentiary for 15 years. J. W. Miller has received his commii-slo- n as Police Judge of MtVernon. prospect it not encouraging. Many citiaent Thit was seven years ago. Recently the D. N. Wi'llami ha rWn aw'fjr.nfd to have left and others have sent their money governor pardoned Summers and ho return away till the place it nearly at dull aa ed to Kentucky to find to his sorrow that duty at the distillery wsreroom of William MAHRIAQES. NewY Of 17,392,090 persons engaged Tbr Rink is not vary largely attended this season, but thee who go greatly enjoy the exeelleat bbiIo furnished by the Gold and Stiver Baad for the skaters and that of the Orchestra for the dancers. Open again next Friday sight, with another choice programme. y GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, $4-40- m bar-roo- TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEENS WARE. Oonfectioiis5 ' - Danville. LOCAL MATTEIS. ehinglei at Sawed poplar and chestnut Motcalf A Futier't. John Hah died at Klnga Mountain last reek of typhoid fever. TonicEYi 000 good Wankd nt once I want - ley. turkeyi to buy 2 A. T. Nunnel , want goods low, come and eee us. Our itock it larger than ever before. Met-cal- f A If you i Fotter. Gosek the wonderful Automatic Watch tell time without hand, at the New Jewelry Store. ' A new and handsome ntock of fall goods ban.'juet been received by 8, n. Shanks. Call and examine them. Oun etock of ladle' and Muaea' wraps is the handomeet brought to thii market thit eeuon. 0rs!ey A Craig. ecatnp who gets his money by swindling the unwary, was held in Boyle county in f 1,000 ball for getting $0,800 by fraud from Dr. Purke, and not being able to give it he now aees the light through bin glass syo and the Danville jail bars. HzDEnso4rtbe Editor Hansford is the last to bite at that old bait, the Ulster County Gazette, ol January 4, 1600. We have a In this office juit like the one that fooled Hans-fo- rd cart-loa- d and all were struck by a sharp Yankee in 1670 and told at the Pniladelpbia Cen tennial Tribune has an alleged correspondent that gets his items entlro from the Tuesday's issue of thu paper for the Friday's issue of that, A notable error in a church announcement was copied, along, The Danville with the other items, thereby giving the dividual deader away than otherwise. , in- A change of schedule went .into effect on the L. A N 8unday. The da'y tralp, No. 23, fiomlijuisvlllo, arrives at 12d5 p. m,, aamo as before, but 24, (o Louisville, leaves now at 2;10, 15 minutes later. The night exprees from Lpuinvllle, 25, arrives at 1:14 A. m", and 20, bound to Louisville William Howard, the Harlan county man who laid in jail here ao long, charged with attempting to a'saseinate Marshal Rogers, and who finally got out on bail, is in trouble again. He was tried the other day before a United States Commiseioner, at Barbourville, on a charge of violating the revenue laws, and was held over in $500 bond, and, falling to find a surety, was committed to jail to be tried at the RELIGIOUS. next term of the U, 8. Court at Covington. Eld. J. 8. Sweeney will go to Clifion This fellow deceives hia looks and talk as much aa any man we ever saw. Forge, Va., to dedicate a Christian church about He mutt be an arrant scoundrel, but wo November 27. The cathedral of St. Peter at Pittsburg would never have thought It burned, causing a loss with' the valuable We learn that the local work for the pictures it contained of $30,000. new History of Kentucky Is progressing Rev. Archibald Alexander Hodge, D. fairly and will soon be completed for Lin- D. L. L. D., profepsor of theology at Prince-te- n coln county. The writers have arranged College, fi dead, aged 63 years. with J, W. Alcorn, E q , to supply a sketch A great revival of religion has been in of tho Sixth Kentucky cavalry and a progress for the last week on Sinking. sketch of the county It alto being prepared Rev. Sims conducted the meeting and had by local pens. These interesting sketches, 45 confessions. Montlcello Signal. together with a vast amount of other local The total amount of money approprla' mattei will appear in appendix form to the ted for mUalona by the Methodiit Episcogeneral Stato history and will make thl pal Board of Missions is nearly $1,000,000, h'story particularly popular and intereiticj over one-haof which goes to foreign to the reople of Lincoln county. The pub fields. From statistics just published it apllslicra deserve great credit for their effort? pears that the Biptieta in the United 8tates in the production of a true and compendihave 29,953 churches nith a membership of ous history of our Slate and peopls and their book should find a welcome in every 2,572,238, an increase in churches during the year of 345 and of members 04,485. N. representative Kentucky family, Y. Tribune. m m imii'i A new religious sect.is not a great deCircuit Court finally adjourned Satur day. The appoal of E. II. Burnside from sideratum, hut Pinora, la , has come forthe County Court refuting to isiue him II ward with something new in this line. It quor license was denied by the court and poses under the the title of "The Comers It will be taken to the Court of Appeals. Out," as its members have come out of The court appointed DIe Wolford true other churches. tee of the jury fund. He voted for Judge The pastor of tho Methodist church has Morrow at the last election and tbit is hit inaugurated an innovation on the estabreward. It is small, paying about $60 a lished custom in regard to the sacrament of year, but it will does a starter. the Lord's Sapper. It has been the rule to Judge Morrow believea in rewarding hia tako it only at quarterly meetings. Herepolitical friends and carried his views into after there will be one service between each effect by changing every officer of his of those meetings, court that ha could from examiner up Brother Barnes writes to the Interior The Judge ia a mighty clever fellow, but Journal as folio wt: "Wo expect to go he ia a partisan from away back. from here to Independence, Kenton county, There were only four convictions out of Ky., on the 221, and from there on the 121 Commonwealth cases during the term 30th to Stanford, beginning at the latter and one or more of them was upon confes- place Dec. 1. We start South (D. V.) on sion. Ike Logan for detaining a negro girl the 15th of that month. We are ha via against her will was given 60 days in jail full houses here." and Bud Carter for petty larceny 30 days --Rev, Percy G. Eliom, of the Theolog Jameu Walker, who stole $11 75 from an- leal Seminary, Louisville, and formerly the other negro at Crab Orchard, was the only pastor of the Fulton Street Baptist church, man sent to the penitentiary and he got but Richmond, Va., preached two fine dis oce year. Three days of the term wero courses here Sunday and added to the gocd lost on account of the election, the Rook-cast- le opinion he had created on a former visit. case took three daya and Msrt8mith's The church has called him to fill the vabsil case one day, making a whole week cancy created by the resignation of Rev. J, out of the three that might have gone to M. Bruce and he has taken the matter un civil business that needs attention, der consideration and will announce bis deJust before adjourning his court Satur- cision when be comes again next Sunday. day Jude Morrow entered a peremptory Mr. Elsom has also been honored by being order to the Lincoln County Court compos- elected president of the Literary Society at ed of the magistrate, to remodel the cir- the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, cuit court-rooin such a manner as will Thb United Presbyterians ia conven put an expense upon tho county of nSt tion at Pittsburg are worrvlng their unmuless than $500, possibly $1,000. A vesti sical souls over thu organ in churches and bule Is to be built with noiseless doors, the have resolved that "instrumental musio in rostrum changed to the east aide, carpeted connection wtth tho worship of God being and neatly wainecotted from the auditoriwithout the authority of divine appoint um, the floor taken up and laid upon an ment under the New Testament dispensainclined plane, and so on, for more than a tion, and therefore a corruption of that full page of the order book, We never worship it is our duty to refuse in any way heard any complaint from Judge Owsley, to countenance or support its use; and we and the people, who have to go down into therefore couniel our brethren to stand their pockets to pay an expense not appar firm and not defile or wound their conby any compliance with that which ently absolutely nececeary, will consider sciences is contrary to conpcifnce or in rerrnrd to lf the irate father of his wife had induced her to procure a divorce from him. He sought ber, the old love that was still smouldering burst forth in brilliant flame again and as soon as they could they set out for Jefferson ville and for the second time took upon themselves the vows of matrimony. Immediately afterwards they left for Texas, apparently all the happier for the break in their domestic relations Clarke on Rrush Creek, this county We very reptfolly, but earnestly ask all persons who are ini'cb'ed to nn to cill at ooce and settlo. M C A D N Williams. Mr. T N. Riberts will be the editor of the Mt. V.rnon column as long ss he remains at this place. My next letter will probably be from another place. 8 W. Parris has been qitte sick for tl e past week. Andy Masrn was caught be tween two tram cars at the mctith of Brush creek, one day last week and had his foot very badly crushed. Mies May Adams i home from Hr rodsbnrgen a visit James Rsynolde.ol Stanford, is visiting relatives in thix couotv. Aus. Rei'd, ' big and little" John Jackson, O. N. Scovillf, Marl Connifl and the Mesrrs Hatcher, of Lindon, were in town last nigh. -- F. B. McCUry, of Brbourville, Ky ; formerly a citiian of this plce, died laet Friday night, and bis body whs brought to Brodbead and buried In the family on Sunday. The funeral wis conducted by the Maonic lodges of Bar bourville, London, Mt Vernon and Brod-hea- d A large crowd attended the funeral. nd Tobaccos, COB.MAlTSr& SOMEESET STS. STASrORI), KY. New Canned Goods and other Seasonable Goods, such, as New Eaisins, Citron, Currants, &c , now in stock. Salt, liard Cans and alar.s, Butcher Kuives, anil other things used in Hog-Killin- g. pa? train on the L. A N. arrived yesterday, square on time, ai usual. The Square dinner plates and general a eortment of dishes are growing in fuehlon-ab- le favor, to fit the other popular features of a square meal. Jacob Frsa'er and Joseph Harris, of Hszan Detective agencr, Cincinnati, were arrested and placed under bond of $5C0 each at Louisville, charged with perjury 'a an election case. flETf AOTEBTISKHEHTS. GOOD GOODB ! H. C. -- AaEKCHAXT TAI3LOR. Two good property. boraoi-t- he 173-- tt RUPLEY, Wm. nays and Moors I hare receWod and still recelTlog JF. MEtD, Stanford. JESSE J, THOMPSON, THE tention. T0NS0ML ARTIST. lCJ-l- m New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising the best in the market, which will be tjle. Sharlegand ITalr Cutting done In the latest Ladkt aod Children gtrsn particular at- Gotton.Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Hone in City or Countrj. COM.lIISSIOXESl'S HAI.K n- - o. Give Sle a Trial. :rtt:pi,:e-x"- . Fine Blue - Grass Farm. lira.. detU. In lioultr. Pursuant to Judgment rendered In the .dot styled cause, at ins uciowr urrn, iwo, 01 mo uncuin circuit Court, I will as Commluloner of ssld cout t, on Lincoln Circuit Court, October term, lSSC. Wy alt Band Idite's Qn., p!H., ts Wyatt San-dldr- e's Wall Paper, 1mm I V 1 18, 1880, theminitpn houtson the premises, ssll to the hi blghe.t bidder tbo following described tract of land, situated on tbo waters of liarrls Creek, tour Thursday, Novombor Furniture, fjffvTffii3f xj V7ivsf miles from Huitonvllle on the LisoTlUennd Hu. tonTllla pike, 8 miles from DiDTllle. containing 177 A. t K. and SO poles. It being the Urm upon which Wjttt Bandldgo llted In his life time. Paid farm is well lmprored and has upon It a goad frame dwelling houia of 8 rooms and all ncc Oases, Caskets, Robes, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. emrjr outbulldlngi, a young bearing orchird ot flye tens. The entire urm is of the best of land, well watered and all In grass. Bald sale will b made on a credit of 0, 12 and 18 months. Bonds with appro red security required with 6 per cent, from day of sale until paid and hailng tho fores and iflect of judgments. A Hen will be retained on the land as additional security lor the payment Of the purchase money. G. St. US VtHOKt Muter Commissioner JJnoeln Circuit Court. B. K. WEAKEN, StanfordL Alio, at the same time aod place W. W. and P. C. Bandldee. as Executors of the last will ol Mar- highest and faret6andidg,will sell to theland adjoining beat ol knob the S Cows and Ctlrea, abore described tract. Alio and Kitchen Furni1 family Horse, Household ture, fire ibare. of stock in the Farmora National Bank ofBUnford. Trbmi ov Balk. All sums under 110 cash In band; oxer that amount, a credit of 60 days with out iutcrcat. -ft -- a SUCKER TTJ( IS Va.VlfOT-rttU.MI- rt Best Waterproof TUc tr rr ,r. r t ? 'r rr r , ilV.TrrSMti Mill. . Ti Coat. wit Bm fiiciisii.rnmn.UIst)j;1rul Rte r.nl rts 'eoalaiut Not tJeTtrtetlraimloni. )? a a " A will Wun . rfw In nmrarnrnriT rwii " maim4tr" ww " w I "V '"t i'iipy " JII.'I 1. 1 '!" v-- ,, ," ... P j "Semi-tSSteeUBSnttrior imnnini"g ON nemaimmn ihwi tit in J Written tor Icurnal STANDING THEIR TIPTOE8. Diff- HOW MUSIC IS MADE. EXAMINATION OF THE MANUSCRIPTS RECEIVED BY THE PUBLISHER. tbs Interior Journal. Br PATHS. tarry a moment, my boy, I've loiatlhlBg toiay unto yon. Anil all of th words that I utter Shall be very honest and true. I heard yon Inquire at th village If th road that you traveled was right, And how many mile you could Journey Until OTttUken by Bight. WALL STREET'S "PUTS," "CALLS," "SPREADS" AND "STRADDLES." Mr. Kosaerl Sage the InTcntor of Thete Ingenious Speculative Device A Con fldentlat Clerk Explain Thorn to an Inquiring Novlco. Mr. Russell Sago was tho pioneer who in Tented "puts," "calls," "spread" and 'straddles.' lis began dealing in them when he first, camo to, A Vail street in 1801, alter his withdrawal from congress, and he has been deaHng in theta ever alnco; and the stock markets of thq world have taken up this in gcnlous speculative) device of Mr. Sflgo'g, and stock privileges aro just as well known on the and in tho London continental bourses market as they aro hero, and they are largely dealt in. Perhaps not so largely as hero, because the dovice is American nod an outcome of American .genius, but transcontinental speculators could not fail to boo tho advantages they offered and havo perforce adopted them. London declares that tho nomenclature, so far as "spreads" and "straddles" aro concerned, U not refined, and caUthcm differ- -, to-da- y cntlyybut what thcy'deal in ore American stoufcprivilegos just the tamo. Z'jIADB AS CIXAJl AS DAT. "Anowhht nro 'puts,' 'call,' 'spreads' and 'strndillesT asked tho writer when ho Urst vrent down on Wall street "Well," said John E. McCaun, tho confidential clerk of Russell Sage, of whom tho question was asked, "I'll tell you if you if you promiso novcr to mention tho poetical subject ngain. It requires pretty deft wording to make tho thing clear, so it is not an exhilarating subject to talk on. You hear a goal deal about 'puts' and 'calls,' but I venture to jay thcro aro 60,000,000 persons in the United States who do not know what they aro, nor what tho meaning Is of the word 'privileges.' Now a privilege is a contract by which tho maker of it, RusselL'BageyS.'V. Waito, Jay Gould or Harvey Kennedy, .engages to purchaso from the holder In tho ono case, or to soil to tho holder In tho other case, n number of shares of some specified stock, ntajrtalutpricdutftny time with'ln a at the option of tho holder. Got A Cincinnati ballot girl expert gires bobu testimony from ono ot bk friends, a daaseuse, who says: "I walk upon my toes just as easy as you do upon tho coles ot your feet" "Is not tho shoo made extra stiff, or, as somo supposo, do you not brace it at tho point queried tho scribe. "Not at all," replied the littlo Vivian, smiling, and immediately sho pulled oft her shoo and presented it to tho nonsman. And what a shoe it was I A butter boat lamp would answer almost as we'd; but still when upon the lady's foot it was anything but unshapely. "The strength is neither la the shoo nor tho toes," continued the lady, the scribe handled the littlo pink foot casing again and again; "Ufa in the ankles. One must practlco for months before they cau go on their 'points;' but tho ankle and not the toes Is tho port to be strengthened." Yielding, then, to the curiosity of years, tho reporter asked, and quits timidly: "Might I bo permitted to see your footl" "Certainly," replied the pre ere, "why not I" and directly it was in his hand. "Tho public havo queer notions of wo people of tho stage, I have no doubt," said the dancer, "but the idea that a ballet dancer's feet are corned and bauioBod or knocked but of joint is all a mistake, as you will seo by mine. Here, let me stand upon my toes." And jumping lightly upon a tablo, tho lively Vivian twirled upon tho toes of her left foot as lightly indeed as a butterfly upon a What n Ilunacuae Say of It Not a icult Feat at All. Juit tiW tot 7 c 0k0 ; '?. cjfyy r u rabbit," etc., applies forcibly to the Initial process of producing a musical composition in shest form, and it may be. further added that manuscripts worth publishing are as hard k secure as tho traditional rabbit As all largo music publishing concerns are constantly in receipt ot manuscripts sent for examination and sale, it becomes necessary to inspect each composition as soon as possible, otherwise they would accumulate to such an extent that a separate examination would be next to impossible. The Sobs; "Put In Hand" The Work ot Transferring the "Copy" to Metal rir.tes The Engraving of tho Title. Pre Work. "The way to cook a rabbit is to first catch a iKfiunLBBBsKVHrl ; I've followed that I n'ght direct you Upon a iaf rout that I found, And to warn you, my boy, of tho For torn of then run under tb ground. hi One lead to th left o'er a Talley, Upon It I pray you don't go; For the vulture loar over tb hollow, And careaaa csta come from below. SBi POWDER Absolutely Pure never varle. A marrd of purity, More economical strength and wholeMmeneai. ordinary klnde, and can not be (old than th eompetlton with Ike multitude of low tut .ibon weight alum or pboephate powdnre. Holdonly In ltorjiLEUkixn PovrDia Oe, aw, ICO Wall HUet. New York lsC4JllV'l 2V. BID P1V1TT, JLOfJISYIIXE. For this purpose is employed a thoroughly educated and practical musician ono who not only performs at sight, but who k also a master of harmony and composition. After carefully trying over each pleco, ami noting bis opinion tbcreon, tho result may bo the selection ot ono or two manuscripts out of perhaps fifty, the balance being returned to their respective authors marked "rejected." TUB BONO "rOT IN UAND." Another turn dote to the highway, And Satan walk there in dlagulae, With glaaae of liquor to greet you, And drink thatwlll dltslpat ilgb. 1IU home I In fated with, reptile That hiss while you're entering In, Beware on the door U a And It ipelli hut two word "OasLbltag Den.' pla-car- MYERS HOTEL, STAKrOKD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr TWi Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains itn Hipb noputqtloii, AlfOr Xt?f mastrgceyen now every1 day to tho theatre, and f or "hours 'it Is a ceaseless up and dow- nnow on tho 'points' and now whirling about, so that tho limbs may not grow stiff. " ti blossom. "Tho public does not know just whero tho linrdshlp comes in," replied sho, laughing. "Tho toes, you will see, do not bend, and. I am right upon tho tips. Nor aro my feet bruised or battered; but, oh I tho long years of toll and tho weary hours of practlco. Usually ono begins at 0 or 7 years of age, and goes on until 10 or 17 before a debut is mado, and even tfeicfi tho procttco'mast be kept up. It is not to harden the" toes, but to strengthen tho We muscles and mako supplo tho limbs. Wo will supposo that ono ot tho pieces recommended by tho Inspector is a song. Tho publisher now holds a manuscript which in tho opinion of his inspector is worth publish-inthat is. it has some point ot excellence that might result Jn tho piece becoming popu-- , lor. 1 us next step is to road tho letter sent by tho writer of the song, and If tho author's demands aro deemed reasonable his terms are accepted, and tba song is "put in hand," not, the publisher has first satis-fle- d howovcr, himself thnt tho words aro correct and suitable, and that tho tltlo is not already i c. And many temptation and vices. My pen would abbor here to touch, Will mile in their gaudy PP aiel Beware of the poleon.oaV clutch. Fo Journey straight forward, my hoy, truity gili. Tho eunialoe' And It may lie tbat alt through your Journoy Thl warm tileni will walk at your l Is, , bra, Tillit powder And the hill bicoms ttony and iteop, A prtj'r will make downy your pillow Llko Jcob', m wctt ho your lcep. Ibe morning will h'k trom It pinion Bwcotdewon your ileiaberlng eyes, And ong blrdi will greet your awiklng, And angol look dowa from tbs tkle. The road tbat wa dutty ahd lonesome Will lead under arcbet of trees, And. like a aweot word In the memory, h A oino on the breers. Uroad field will advance, and the barviet Will rlpena II for your view, And river o calm la their winding You'll loj e la the horixon Hue. flower-treat- But If darknea should ovettakeyou, &PirietSr U that decond to ao 06nntrr Hotel in the State In it fare, Apointmenti, or Attoa JM-miMo- tlon to Ooafort of their Guoatf. rrier DR. W. B. PENNY, atuniord, DKNTIST, - ICtmtuolcy. Bf;;j,,,.,,,,,,4t9 "-- " sad from tlhe Ji aaa BJef Llann aad Cltar. Commercial Gazette. thatr A "CALL" nxrL.VI.NED. "A 'qall' is a privilege bought of tho maker nt n certain price, and tho owner of it is privileged to cull for a certain amount ot stock at a given price, within thirty, sixty or ninety days, four or six months. If a man holds a put' he has tho right to deliver to the maker of tho privilege a stock at a.certain agreed on price within a certain number of days. Clear J No. Well, Ist's try once more. "Supio-Western Union Is selling ntJO. A nuuyantan4ityday 'put' on it at 06, tock Is going down. Ho ho beliew gives Mr. Sage, Mi. Vi!..to, Mr. Kennedy or Mr. Gould 1 per cent, on the amount of stock he wants to deal in. A hundred shares I usual, nud 1 per cent, Is 6100. Ho receives In return a klip of paper signed by either one or tho other of these gentlemen. Then if Western Union goes below CO within sixty days, ho may buy it for whatever it is wiling 'for below that prlco and 'put' it to tho inakpr of tho privilege nt tho price agreed on, 00, and reccivo a check for $0,000. The holder makes tho iWfferenec. Ah, you understand. If telegrnph dow not go below 00 tho holder Is out his $100. Tho 'call' business operates exactly in tho opiKulto way. A man buys the privilego of calling Western Union at 73 when it b selling nt "0. If it sells above 73, you cau call on the maker of tho privilege for 100 shares at 75, and tho 100 shares are thus bought by tho holder for $7,500, and ho turns around and sells it at 80, if tho stock is selling there, and pockets the difference." con (Ga.) Telegraph. "SPREADS' AND "STItADDLES." Smail I'ect of Southern "Women. A lady of medium bight may havo a finely shaped foot such as common rumor gives to Mrs. Cloveland, but in tho south a No. S4 slipporisnot usually designated as dainty. Probably 2K - M largo as tho term will stand, l'coplo who frequent southern ballrooms and summer resorts comment upon tho fact that extremely small fret, feet incased In slippers running from 1 to Qi aro largely in tho majority. Not many years , since this subject was discussed in a ball room in Macon and experts wcro ablo to discover out of eighteen pairs present and twinkling in the mazes of tho danco but threo numbers larger than 2$, and in tho assembly were damsels who would have tipped tho beam at 183. This preponderance of small feet In tho south among ladies of high social standing has been accounted for on many theories, tlio most natural one. wo think, being tho explanation that the- ladies do not. use their feet with tho freedom and constancy that may bo observed In other sections. They aro not walkers, In tho first place. It is a raro thing to find In southern cities ladies of tho class described who nvcrago two miles walking per day tho year round. CI una to and roadways, as well as custom, arc against pedestrian excrciso; tho feet nro small because they are not frlly devcloixxl by use. Of course, wo speak in a general sense, be- - j cause, 'thcitt aro families in which small feet aro clearly an inheritance and contlnuo small despite excrciso continuous nnd revere. Maman. - Tho manuscript is then taken by tho en' graver who, seated at his table, begins the work of transferring to metal 'plates the , "copy"-beforhim. For thl pnrpwo bo employs a hummer and a multitude of small steel fiojourney itulght lotward, my hoyi, dlc3,cach one ot which represents a character of music", In fact.ovcrythlng from a braco to a Thl route to the upland will lead, courage advance with th banner double bar, and from a grnco note to a "sixty-fourthbesides rests, slurs, crcscendos, and a Whenyou'veen th motto (greed. full set ot tho alphabet in various sizes, such A lgnal of cheer will punue thee, as agate, nonpareil, primer, etc. Upon tho And, couotonanced like an old fclend,. tablo before him rests a slab of Iron about two A figure will warefron tue valley feet square by two inches thick. This is tho A OTer tbe hltbtop you wen I . anvil (f) on which is laid tho metal plato aforeKlTTDID. mentioned. Tho latter Is composed of whlto MadlronTlIlr, Ky., Not. UL ot an inch in thick- metal and is ness. The surface Is highly polished and ro- HON REHE. KttM(:9 burnl.bed silver. With tho aid of compasses, rules and other peculiar tools, tho I era a tho curtain of night ran? down lines, lars, etc., aro laid out, after which tho ait On the dosing act ol tho dying day, engraver proceeds to fill In tho music and angel ol lcp tptead Iter pinion white word, nnd thus each plato Is treated until tho And the weary ant ud, ai welt a the gay, O'er tbe song is finished. TJIE rXORAVUTO OF THE TITLE. I lreanrd-- a drraai both d and tweet, While tho music engraver is busy with his A vliloa of alnct my fancy did weave. manuscript nnd dies, tho tltlo engraver is not While over all o wlerdly wet Idle, By a process exactly similar to bank Fell the oltand plalntlva ttraloi of Moa Keve. noto or steel engraving this Individual of tbe whliperlog tlw title, which, as an obvious necessity, Keath tbe jreadtng boughs trees, mut lw entirely original In design, both In Wherethemoonbcmkli tho blue bell' fwt, lettering and ornamentation. Tho metal plates used for titles are tho same as thoso used for Wmlor twoform of youthfulgrtce, Filled with thejoy ofalovedreJin iweet. ni lisle. The music plates and tltlo being flubbed, He In hi manly betuly to brate proofs aro taken from them and submitted to Tall and trong with wealth and poer; tho music Inspector, w ho carefully examines Ehe It only a fral', weak, girl, each page and makes tho necessary correcWith buty rare ber only dower. tions, nfter which lhy are returned to tho engraver. The latter individual laving mado H.rfceofulloflrutlnf: love IiflttKlto meet hi dark ercs bright, tho jdesiguatcd changes or additions, passes tho plates to tho superintendent df tho press These glorious eye the loved o well, room, whero they ore n turn given to a pressIJcr guiding elan ol bope and light. ," usa A Big Offer! To any peiaau rrmtttlng u fin.. An T.nltlllirilrMt. Pift iM. I. Tpw. aioaJocanab office. Oftce hoari from S to 12 a. K. ana l to or. M. AnumiuctajmlaUtertxl wteo oeccuary. VT. 1151-lyr- We will Somi-Weekl- y (tod tbe .) t.l Interior Journal or ibe daiTfiD w.unreben.I. n. MIM.EU. UF.O.S.CAliPNTEa. And the New York World on year and a Miller & Carpenter, REAL ESTATE AGENTS .STAMOdD, Hisroit? f lbV.Uo1 staks. work of tEe klS5 ,V.h ld.tCOLS CO., KY. W OOte, South hide Mala Xtreet, over Flrit National bank. Farm, Iccludlnz tome of th floett Hlu-Block Farm In CoiiUd Kentuedy, Town and Ilrddunce. TluiUir and illnerd Land far (ale on commlMlon. For further particular eesd for printed detcrlp-tlo- n cf this tictlon and ofpropcrtlei ff 1S4.3IU WAT.TOS', Stanlord, Ky KEffTfiCKY "I. GEHM II. II "ilIitt).fJrjiH Ituute." flhorteat and Quickest Bouto fron 0e. tral Kentucky to nil PoinU North. Lost, West and Soutbweat. Fait l.tn Between pro-par- L.&N. Louisvillo & Nashville R. R, U8K.1T- - LEXINGTON A CI.NCI..N4TI ricbtrlule to Lflt-e- i May 16, l!f6 ) -- TUB ril.tOUClIITllUNICLINl. io Tiia- ii nun. ."'"S'on ,r J,"""?""'- -- .. ' .... uiiy IU 10 "What about 'spreads' and 'straddles!" "A 'straddle' is a 'put' and 'call' combined. Tho holder of ono may 'put' stock to the maker of tho privilego or 'call' for It. 'Straddles' come high, because there is money In thorn whichever way the market may go. If tho markot docs not go nil, but stands still, why, tho maker is in tho money he has been paid for tho privilege, usually about 3 per cent, or $300. A 'spread' is also a 'put' and and a 'call' combined, but there is this difference, a 'straddle is made at tho market That is to say, tho maker of the privilego takes tho risk that tho stock in question does not movo to nny extent from tho price at wnlcuitls selling wnen the privilege is sold. In a 'spread tho maker has more leeway. If Western Union is selling at 70, to go back to tho old illustration, tho maker of tin privilego sells a 'spread,' say at 07 and SO. If It goes below 07, tlw holder can 'put' the stock and mako tho difference, and if it goes above SO, the holder can 'call' it nUthat prlco and reap tho profit. Dut so long as the price of tho stock keeps within thoso points the maker of tho privilege Is safe. To put it in another way, tho holder of a 'straddle' will mako if tho market for tho stock he is dealing in moves at all. Tho holder of a 'spread' doesn't make anything until the market moves past certain limits. Thero is ono thing more, tho maker of a privilege only roceivos tho money for which ho sells the privilege, while the holder may mako thousands or nothing. Kow York Mail and Express. i Capital. Streets of the Tho streets f Parts are tho best in tho world, and its boulevards lined with trees nnd having sidewalks 20 feet wide run for miles In different directions through tho various parts of tho city. Tho pavements of tho sidewalks are generally smooth flagstones, and that of tho roadway asphalt, wood orstono blocks ovenly laid and freo from holes. The streets aro kept scrupulously dean. They nro washed every morning with a hoso, and swept so well that ono might dropa handkerchief and pick it up without soiling It, Tho smoothness of the streets takes away tho noiso found In tho chief thoroughfares of Now York or London. The 15,000 cabs and numlwrless other vehicles glldo silently over the smooth roads, nnd an ordi. uary conversational tono can bo pleosurably used upon tho promenade. Frank J. Carpenter in Cleveland -Leader. Vm-ncl- The Sale of Lincoln' I'hotograph. Tho sale of President Lincoln's plcturo remains steady, and deulers aro never without It, It U not a generally known fact that there Is but one negatlvo of Presldont Unroln in exbtoncc. . Thlj negative, which was takou by Drady, of Washington, Is broken Into two parts, tho break having occured Just abovo tho shoulder and extending almost perpendicular, inclining a little to tho right, the longer way of tho plate. Unless the picture is examined very closely, however, It would not bo guessed tliat it was printed from a broken plate. New York Commercial Advertiser. In a Parja Keturint. A diner to tho iiiaster, who is walking round Look at this beefsteak. It is so hard that I cannot cut It. Tho muster to one of his waiters Jules, give monsieur a better knife. . , .. At Santa Ana, Cat., raisin making U in full Jjlast, Moot people aro laying down their own grapes, as thero appear to bo no buyers In the Celi for raisin grapes. ItaUla Making. 'i The press used is tho samo as employed hi steel plato printing, and can therefoso only Salt for Cleaning Tobacco 1'lpr. Doworueu oyiiana. ints process is neces A Celtic friend of mine, who possesses mors sarilyslow and tedious, but it is tho enly than tho avcrace hopefulness of 1I. sanculne ' method by which first class slihftf miiefrt am.. M. AA bo mado. After tho muslo is printed tho .V ...f.1 A .Jt ...A n. fl.AA.... as broad as a full moon. "Mo fortune's mado, music sheets, which aro still wet. nro nunc mo bye," said he. "I haven't It quite in mo fist upon racks to dry. Tho drying process conyet, but it as sure as death an 1 tbe tax rate sumes about two or three hours, when they aro taken down, folded and put In a press, man." When pressed to reveal what extraordinary good luck had befallen him, my friend where they aro usually left over night. In drew up into tho shadow ot tho Girard house, tho morning thoy aro taken out and wo havo bef oro us n pllo of elegant plate music, "tho and after looking carefully about him breathed Into my expectant car the woil latest song of tho season." "Plato" editions 'Salt!'' I waited for a further explanation, will always bo preferred by all who appre- He c'ansthe iloder form to bl heart. ciate muslo that can l easily read; In fact, to nnd it camo after my friend liad observed, And drawe the drooping head to bli breast, of course, that his startling announcement had 'disso accustomed to plato work "typo music" Whlleblkli!eiwarm aeek her ruby lips. h? cms liko no music Musical Journal had timo to make tho proper Impression. And tbere a moment he lota them reit. "I haven't It patented yet," ho said "but its Mr. Van Ituren nud tlio Ojnter. It, I'll tell you what it is. Whlli Farewell, my love, I mutt leave yoi now; .uroly worth Gen. Eaton Invited ono evening Jackson, smoking my favorite clay pipo last week I Mark how tbe blue eye fill with pain, noticed tbat it was pretty strong and I laid Can Buren, tho French minister, Gen. Cass A (ho Hf'( them tbroujh her Minding tears It aside and bought a now one. The Idea nnd several other gentlemen to como round From the breast where she'll never rest again. struck mo that something was needed in tho nnd assist In dLsposIng of a barrel of oysters a hurried careu-- He bottom of tkoplpo to absorb tho oil of th just sent him from Norfolk. A fow mo- Cne llrgerlng ktu, fd'1 loft a'one; U gone! and the tobacco, and without any Idea of its worth I ments after the arrival of tho distinguished how at (Uhtol ber grief, tried a pinch of salt. Well, sir, as true as I'm party tho butler announced that the oysters The bbse-be- ll And the tall oil pin treei whlipcr and moau. wcro ready. Mrs. Eaton led tho way escorted a Christian, that salt proved to bo tho very thing. It took up nil tho nicotine, and tho by Mr. Van Huron, und as ho approached tho The bare piwrd and tbetllrery moon y Is as sweet as when I got it. kitchon door ho exclaimed: "Goal heavens! pljw Has gjlden grown, anl the j were aro dead Barring n fow salty mouthfuls you get on madam, whero nro you going to takes usH Deed at the hopo lu tho heart l now, the first whiff cr two, tbero li nothing finer "Into tho kitchen, of course." replied Mrs. When (he thinks of tbe wordi tht might he Eaton cheerfully. In tho wurruld." Philadelphia Nows. sild Mrs. Eaton was a model housowlfo in her day, taking as much pride In her kitchen as Hjw could the kuow be ws r unlruT Cr.ivcynrd Geography. Hewa only thinking to play a part Thcro bnvo been numerous reasons given to In her parlor, and as she throw open tho door account for tho fact that th- north sides of a novel sight nmwuted Itseir. The floor was Wanonly won by her breuty rare What did Aeearotbit uobrokt hir heartchurchyards ntv so often devoid of grave. as white as soap and water could' mako It and covered with flno whito sand. Tho tables In tho west of England thero is nn Idea that Her face. a( I we It In my dream, tho north s!do was not consecrated, but was looked liko iKJxwoqd, and tho tins wero as Is white, and her llpt are drawn with piln ; bright as mirrorr. Added to this the appotlZ' While ffji- - a nlaVCTOund for tha children. Tlmn loft leicre mi (bo holdi, In letter bright ,n xlor of "y roasted in tho shell, tho some aguin say it is from the tradition that Kem'sWI Ah, wn will moat aj.il r. ully oi iuo occasion, anu tuo sprigutiy Jesus, when dying, turned his head to the south. Another rearon given Is that tho south l"uty of tho hostess, ono would supposo that Oh! bow hrr tad heart cries alou 1 Is the sunny side, and tho sido whero tho oven Mr. Vmi Buren might melt Into a stato To lire o'er agiln that fatal nljht, thelrdewy breath, church door commonly Is placed nnd where, of pleasantry. Hut on tho contrary, his feat- When And a crcfcentmoinmtde the world o bright. consequently, most people jmiss. Tho 'com-- 1 ures reflected only his inability to enjoy a monest reason appears to bo that formerly . frolic of this kind, and ho sat uprightly nnd Tlio Tltlon Is past, but It icomi to me murderers, excommunicated persons, stillborn unsmiling until toward tho end of tlio ImTbat I'll dream again ol the youth and maid children, eta, wcro wont to bo buried on tho promptu feto, when ho tarhod toward Mrs. lhU they'll meet again on fairer field, north bide, and somo rustics say that ghosts Eaton nnd said: "This is tho first meal of tho And tbodtbt (be owe Mm will then be paid. kind, served In Uko manner, I have over in always choose the north side for their Thero is. however, nn ropln. dulged in, but I trust it will not bo tho last. I He will, I think, yet aue at her feet, slnstlcal reason. Tho cost is God's side, whero I think oysters' never had such a delicious tasto For tbe htart he only won to break; His turpno is set; the west man's 'side, tho bef oro. Ben? I'crloy Pooro In Boston Budget. Mon Uoto (ob liws and dies away; ' ' T Galileo of tho Gentiles; tho south', where tho over, and I am awake. My dream Mhcn Docto" 'aereo. sunshines In its strength, Is tho sido of the Bissik HaiRtsln C.-,n l'pa''- kblng to bo healthy as l ain angels and spirits; tho north, tho dovoted ro- -' 1 llve ! bavo been following Mr. glonofsatan and his hosts, tho lair of demons lnK Bucklsn'a Arnica Salre. . Gladstones example, and laboriously biting and their haunt Chicago Tribune. Hrulie every mouthful of meat twenty-flvtimes bo- - TbebestSalre'ln tbe world lor Cut.Chapped fore swallowing it. This, it seems, has been Bore, Salt Bheuin, Ferer Sore, Tetter, Hrokora Can Box. Uandi, Chilblain, Corn and all Skin Eruption, Howell Osbom, the son of the late "Charley" borlft. fo- I now read a letter In Tho and podtlrely curee Pile, or no pay req ulred. I, I Oabo,,whowas foryears ,Jay Gould'sbrokeV, la guaranteed to gtre perfeot eatlafactlon, or money olid who died worth $7,000,000, is ono of the digested by tho stomach Juices, not hy the refunded. Trice 25 cent per box. For tale by hest boxers on tho Stock Exchange, and now mouth Juices, aud does not need twenfly-flv- e A ho is to retlra with an incouio of 9100,000 bites, or oven any bites at all," becauso its di- Penny McAllater. that gestive fluid Is add, whereas tho secretions of a year, granted him by his mother on con tbe mouth aro alkallno, Green' Electric Oil cures all ache and pain. and neutralize tho didition that he leave Wall street, he may have gestion For (Me hy MeKobert A 8tgg at 50c. of flesh food. London Truth. more time to perfect himself In his favorite Ureen'a Oolden Balm, ure cure for Catarrh at sciouco, which ho has studied under ablo pro- - II Circumventing Caterpillars. . T.. t SCe, at McCoberta A Stags'. i uro- - : icBHuni. in uu.1, ii ait wiu'i uruburs if uiro I vui"s wuiwnicuuioy circum vens cater- - How I your blood? Uu Orecn'a Sirtaparllla. i.n.in- .--..- ,..-- -. ..a.v.- - . n .. Uk. .I ..... piuars in uoswti York parks Is a tho manly art, and some of these worthies beltof iron with a and Hew trough containing For sale by McRoberU A Stajg at tl. circular , actually visit tho street and 8lvo lessom to kerosene. The iron band fits around the their patron there. It b not safe for a Six htruiik of tho Uve, and when climbing the word rough to insult some rather dudlsh-Iook- to pass tho trough of oU ingbrokei-S- i hero is danger o their lotttaij go ' ,t t, 0;creoino f,raes mvl fa0!U lm:k their right with tho force of the of ,i,,i v,w r f - ' Then Baby was alck, we gave herCutorls, It UlSJJllWteU I11UIU. VIIILUUIUU ouu. IVhen the was n Child, she cried for Caatorla, Turin Ilun by Indian. When she became Miss, the clang to Caatorla, An Order to the Grocer. Thcro are 140 farms on tho Fort Hill res"I want an empty barrel ot flour to mako ervation, Idaho, run by Indians, and 787 acres Tfhea ehe had Children, iho gate them Caetorla, a hencoop for my bulldog," was the greeting aro under cultivation. They own thlrty-sovc- n a rcan 8ave tt Now London (Conn.) grocer .'mowers and two reapers, bought witu tneir own menoy. Chicago Herald. 'At other day. e, fr froit-ktn1 to-da- He hss brought her forth 'neith the quiet Ur fSr they pait To say good-byThough not for long, be whlpsrlow, A be ces her bcautllul face grow white. I will come to you when th treat grow red, And the Autumn (lower in beauty itand, Vnn yon (liter nijon ba golden grown, g strowi his pearl o'er the And the land. Ik brate, tweethewt, and do not grieve. Our love will brig ten and itronjer grow; t; Truit me erer as you have Tblipsrtlog our loyalty will (bow. SOUTH & WEST -- "- a. th, CnibUua.. 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