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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886111901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 VOL. XIV. WeeWi jtuemnr Ul sm v, - M3y. jf 'ft' ISM. - unfimL NO. 178. H. K. TAYLO, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1886. CHAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY OUR CONGRESSMEN. was eleetod Circuit Judge, his tsrra expiring only a fow months tgt. The circuit eoaprlis the moit lawless secthn ol tbe State. A photograph of Judge Flntsy could not bo secured either In thla city or at Williamsburg. He Is a very large man, over six foet high and with a burly frams ,0en OfrX)OAN COUNTY, Is a Candidate or tbo offleo Mr. George Jams hai had another Sketches and Pictures of the Rtnlucky Dele ofSuperlntendent or Public Initructlon. sub) sot gotten to the 50th Congress rery ssrere attack of heart disease. Mr. to the Democratic State Convention. Kentucky delegation which goes so tb FifThe RiBsom Cirson is still paralysiJ, though and Frldav rubtiihe -- AT tieth Congress contains three Republicans from not anfleriBg m greatly as ha was. though not corpu'.ot. Us wjlgui probably over thsThkd, Ninth and EM Ten I h districts, respecSale crf Bargain. Lt, Scott' reaaainiialld not arrire until tively. It contains n msmbsrs from the Third, PBBAWNUM, CAf?H. 200poundi,wsrs a full brown bjirrt and droists 89 plain, but well. 'Louisville Times. Friday night and en Saturday afternoon Fourth, Filth, Ninth and Eleventh districts. Ths I ofler lor sale prlvstely in Stanford, Ky., a verv nnsfst4 If ws e4lt that I WO will b . desirable retldence with seven rosins and porch-Wethey Vrere Interred In Mr Lawless' yard. others were peeled and demanded. bf water at the door; stable, smoke Louie . Mrs 8ott hai in thl,hsr first dark hour Ac. About an acre of ground In the lot. For terms, Ac, spply to I J3.G.A LFOR D, of widowhood, the sympathy of many 163- Agent for J. B. Allord. Twenty ol jeartlng Mules, 15 of them mires, W. Pf WALTON. frieads, forl. Cilloo or aJdreii nn st Ln outer. Kyi "-lOur Suoday-schooare both In a J.Ii XAStlS. douriahlnc condition now and the married, VtAWESBURQ, LINCOLN C0UN1Y. Foremost among tho mcmbirs of the delegation lamdallyopsnlog an elecant line of FallMlllln-er- y, ! ladles' bible class In the Christian 8amUy. Including all and st tbo top ol tuB itit of 8tatoimen of the Jacob Buel stent to be improvirjj: to school is one of its most intereiting features. AsrtpressntstlveofMr. W.H. Anderson. I offer United Stated, stands John O. Carlisle, representa ome extent. Rsr, J. G Livingston preached at the tive from the Sixth district and Speator ol tbe for ra'o prlvatelr his neat brick houis and lot of The Latest Novelties of the Season twoR(rcionS)msraet Avenue In Stanford. The Low, r House of Cjngren. He wss born In Camp- - place M.F. Padgett hw cold hi firm of 50 Christian church last Sunday morning He Alio Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collsrs hat alt tbe nccouary Improvements and Is r. Cuffi, Ohio jnan for $100 llstrlct, was bill, now Kenton county, Kentucky, on Beptom-berverj desirable one. Call on or addren mi at Stan and find me r.uehlng, Conets, Bustles, etc. You acres to an Hon. W. 8. Stone, from ths First made he following announcemefll: The will at the rooms lately vacated by Bml-le- y 1815, sod receive! a common school eluci- - fori in regsrd to lt. A Warren, next door to the Myora Houto. -- CornUelllD(Bt$2 per barrel tn the oounty meeting of the Chrlntiau churches born June 25, 1811, In Caldwell county. He was 1 X'. Jl. JlCliUJUtSIU'N. d lOMai KATE JiVDURUAR. ot of Lincoln will convene in Crab Orchard reared on a frtn and educated In the common tlon. Ho studied law with ths late Gov. OeUlbere John Ctmtien, Jr., botisM W. li. KInkosd, and wis admitted, to tbe army as a for on Saturday before the 3d Sunday in May. ichooli, He entered ths Cunfoderate on intse one T. J. F.tiUe'.t, ! private, ahd was wounded at Cynthlana la 18CI, bar In J 833. Ills first advent Into politics was In $90 Rjv. Mr. Green will preach at the Biptist ntcculUtlcgthssmputstton of bis right log nsr 1S59 wbon be wai elected to (he Legislature. He If. S. Wiln retimed Sunday from church next Snuday morning and night. the hip. He wai elected to the legislature In 18C7 was chosen State elector on .the democratic ticket A valuable Stock Tarra containing 3tf Acre MT VERNON, KY. again In 1875, being chosen Bpcaler of the lnl&CI, but declined to ssrve. In ltOI ho was situated 1 mile from Ortharl on tbe Buntord county, where he and his brother Dr Djores and his pretty daughter and servod two tsrms. pike. House. He waa elsctxt a third time ta 138), and elected to ths Htste Senate and $15 pet n 1 rnnmi a, n This old and have bought 18." acres of land at am Hotel Is still Miss L;ila, have returned from a vlslfto and In 1881 was ehoien Congressman from bis dis- In 1871 ha wsi circled Lteutensnt Governor, end InTho two new Stanford.onSoathaido of Mala street, built br fine reputation. Charges . ncre. rnsonable. Mr 3. JDr. Burdelt, at Brodbead. Mr. J trict, dsftstlng Hon. 0sr Turner, who was also wss rrcsUentlal elector for the State at large In Owsley A Son. Also tho brick rnsldsnce In which Special attention to tbe traveling public. bejao at O ! A eerie of nietinji Cipt. 1876. He wai elected to ths 11th Congress and has I am now Uvln;. V, Ji JJ. a WHUJLKy. 101-Wallace, from Jcuiuine ounty, was the his competitor In the list election. While J- Stanford, elnce. KEircOJM, Pro'r, church on last B.tnday and will continue 83-- 6 m Stono wu Irlnx wounJed on ho bsttleOsld Ol s;rved in tbo councils ol the nation over Mt. Vernon, Ky. of Mr. Alfred Divis this week. Mr In Ctntblsna he wai cire-- fur by Mill Cornelia He was chosen Speaker In 1833 and eev eral days cictluoteJ by I lie iiitor, Rer Simon Gormley, of Lizlngton, has been Woodward. A year later he sought her out and 188), as be probably will be again at tbo next J. M. Croi . 8tore-ISoo- ni meeting of the House. t viriting bis mother and on a bunting ex- they were married afterward. Born to tEb wife of Daniel DIshon on pedition also Miss Alice Ward has reIN STANFORD WnOLn3ALE c Friday last, a girl. Him ey It w elghcJ The Uayden Y.ller turned to Livingston, taldnir Miss Ellen 12 paun J. To tht wlf nf J. K the test .In Stanford , & Ward wltti her Mr G F Peacock, of In location an l arrangement. Apply to a Klrl, on fiandny. Thi U the Grst on far 22 West Swan Street, Hmtomillo, war la ' tovro Sunday, lie' ir. a. welcii, "Klb'rrt h the h'ero that braved 10 yesri 165 Stanford, Ky. comts lo tee oneof our bandeome widows BUFFALO, K. Y. mow itorm list Jinuarv to Sunford to the quite of.en and Mtdame Rumor siya it la . get llct-nfHighest cash price paid for Whlto Ash, Discs: from hi totentioc Ij locale at the pior-aous- f, A couple of men, claiming Ash, Kod Blreii. cherry, Poplir, Butternut. Mr. D. B. Elmiiton Mr rested lIaV,e' Walnut, France, pund through thli neiuhbuhtiod tercd White and Otkand Sycamore. Jobh E ImUton'a larg toreroom on low with a r!ulyf beir that would perform for A. V. SI.XE, Hlfl'nows'ock of dry coda Hon. W. C. P. nrccklnrldg), Ilepresoatatlve ooutnern Acent, Tlio Photographer, (bem at their rupest. It wo tld dano and er Mitns'reut 1S3-Irom ths Seventh or Ashland district, was born Stanford, Ky. few day will be he hind feet and kiss one has arrive! end in a walk antinl on It Auguit23, 1837, near IlsUlmore. Maryland. Ho Mr. prep trod to wilt upon the public Hon. Polk LalTjoo, who hsibeen elected to lhy wuld per of the men. 1'jrGcsn waacducsted In that Stale and afterward gradua3Ky. HBWPORT NEWS & HISSISSIPFI VALLEY, Perkins Ptyne h bought an intercit in Irorn tbe .SrcjnJ district fjr the second time, ted at Centre College. He was admitted to tbe orm, which tickled the little ones born in Hopkins county, October 21, 1811. He practice of law Just bifore the lato war, opening an Mr. D C. Payne' giociry stor aud they wai THE Organs In Churches. havo umd tbelr good! across the street In- was reared on a firm, and cducsted In the coun- ofSce In Lexington In 18CI. He entered the army ai ctptatn In Qen. John U Morgan's lar-plpi orao In lh to the room latelr vacildd by Mr. EJ- - try ichooli. At IS he entered the Confederate ar The erection of a ray end weptnrd st Fort DenMsen, but wai Civalry and wsi afterward nude Colouel. When I now bain Main tret Christtsn flOUTE wardr. Ojr town lis donned q lite a exchanged, and then joined Morgan's cavalry. He the war was ended he returned to Lexington and time In the Ohio returned ths prattles of law. He was elected to agitated. Nolhine. add so much to tre apand we can now bjat was taken prUonor the at the lato MACK BltUCE'S pearance of a church huildlnir or the of two drJg ator's, thro drr goods stores raid, end wu a prisoner until the dote of the war, Congress In 1831, and wti Kciilnckj's ICoiKo East He tsught election. As an orator, puro and simple, Col. when he returned home penniless. organ. Seelna El- - and fire hardware and grocer f store a an decant BOB .We school for two yesrs acd studied 1:, obtaining a Breckinridge etands bosd acd shoulders above the il- -r Jnhn R. KirrfineT. tnnlor of Ibe Paria took a pKp in Mr. Billot' new drug store licsoialn 187. He waiConnty Attorney of Hop- remainder of tha delegation, though ho does not Buggy & Implement House. Washington, Philadelphia and Now York. ChrWtltncitirch.V the yesterday and it is truly "ji thing of be.tu- - kins county In 1372, and wai a delegate to tho approach Mr. Carlisle In lucidity of rcaconlng and Tho only line running . I havo now p.wer In debits. wedding the other iifht, reminded one ol ty," and buide Mr Btiler ii so nice and Natlsnsl bemirratic Convontloa la 1871. rULLJIAN NEW SLGCFIXU CARS A. Full Lino of Whoat Drills and the opposition to.an orpn in ti.a ooni;re,;v Will, we dara not say what, because, we ASD tion eotne llmo ago. The tneinbm wero are afraid of Mr. B. othor Agricultural Implomonts, A SOLID divided on the or,in qnesti, n, while the Monday a p,rty composed of List Besilci a VBOlt psslor' mouI w.u fi led with music and he Mlaies Sallia Fisb, Jennie Kennedy, Annit Full Line ot Bnggics and Wagons Louinille, Oinolnnati & Lexington, Er. on secur'ujc an Icalru-mwas o much bent HolmN and Mr. Joe Idinebart, left hero to Washington 0ity, llmt be wit qjictly to work and by on the nurth-baun- d train. The ladies in Always on hard. In connection with ray Inl Connecting in the tame depot with plement buiineaj, I will alio carry a rriv.te nibicrlp Ion ralcd $1,500 and tsnded vie'tinj; in S'anford snd ihe gentL-ma- n Past Trains for Now York. an elrf..)t pip Itis'rnuiect. A few Complcto Slock or Lumber, The Direct route to to go lo Lexington on But Lynchburg, Danvills, Noriolk and all t Virginia of tbe older ruezubtrsileotaml their Inten when they rosched Stanford Mr R per Both rough and dressed. Prices on everything .and North Carolina Points. ai Hon. James B McCreary, member fiom thi? tlon ol ncrer again enterioK thu church suadrd Ihe ladles to accsmptny lilm to For tickets and iurther information, arnly ta Eighth dlitrlrt, wmbnnin Madison county, July Low tin auy one. yournearesttlctet office or address W. W. Mon-roballdlui! If the wi placed therein. 1exington. Arriving there they stopptd S, 18)3. Ho studied law early In HI and wai adGeneral Agent, Lexlngtoo, Ky. tbeee at Mr. Joo Huflman'a Shortly afterwards w erected, and The or;u. however, tUjhea' member from mitted t the bar in 1S3. During the war he Iiallcltaiihsraof your ratronajo Respectfully. Dr W. Godftey Huotcr, Zd Vice Piosldent, Gen'l Pua'r Ag"t. was Msjrr snd afterwards Colonel of tho Eleventh few carried out their Intention for awhile, Mr R procured the licence and the tbe Third district, wai born In Ireland, ot I, Jj. BMltCE. JxulsTllIe, Kr. He csmi to this ciuotry In early Kentucky Cavalry in tbe Confederate army. Ho finally all but ruie returned to the fold. but of Rtv. Matthews, a Christian minis 18C3, ths Statn Joined the Vhaf one wu ex Mayor B. F. Pullen.whoie ter, and at 7:30 o'clock be and Mis Salllo youth snj when ths war broke out hoturgconofa was elected towas speakerLegislature In during 1871 ths of thoHouss snd 1873 and Ashland Home were united in uarrisge "until death parlt." Federal army and btcama anlitant the-wI a 1 death occurred at thi he last two terms. Whllo occupying this position he New York rlgttnent. At ths clots of in thl city abjut a vou engtgod In tbe prsctlco of medlclno and In oil he wss noted lor bit lalrcesi, and not a single sp thrm The briJuls Ibo hndorae and In was Transcript. Concert Grand, daughter ol Mr, James Fish, specu'atlom In Pennsylvania, and whan oilwent peal wu taken against his ruling I the four years. most wiiE.fCB State, and In Cumberland county, Ky., ho In 1875 ho was elected Governor of itCt of aud the groom it to be congratulated upon dlscovsred TllO Parlor Grand, SriTTINO ON THE ilANIJ at Burksville, was a wise and systematic executive. Ho Is a No Traveler lSeturns there, loated lands snd settled Slek ! Baby Grand, 'pitting on Ibe hand, so often eecn amony fie priu lie has won They returned on wbero be begin tb prsetlcs of hli profession, snd Lforclble and attrsctlvo public ipeaker, and pes- ' laborer and wcrkine met! before befltnnlng Tuesday night and are now at Me. W F, rnn!;d a moit etttmable Isd;. At that time he seised of a gsntal spirit He wm elected to Con In these tight limes each buyer should consult Upright Grand, with dsmoericy, but h toon became gretaln 1881, and hud omparatlvcly no opposl hlaownlntertsia. Why should you give one Square Grand. for an article when you can buy tbe a task, ie, though not Renerallr known, the Kenntdy' The whole party stoutly iflhru was tlnctu'od and wu twice electad IO tbe LejIiU-ttir- e tlon at the recent election. a republican aamu tblng from another lor c. To do this is not Wo are opening the moit carefully selected, ths remain of a charm. Accordion to Piiny that wben they left here they had no Idea compoted uf Clinton and to yourselfor family. justice from the district In tbe next place, you should be sure to get good finest and best stock of pitting wai aupenlltiously observed in ad of a wedding resulting Irom the trip; but Cumberland lountlea. He wai defeated for State articles. Poor goad, are dear at any price. Novertlnp; wttctcraf and In giving a more tboy enjjyed the trip ai much es if they Senator by Joseph Bertram, and etterwardi he where la thla more so than In Medicines. You laIAXO$ AND OKGAXS W. might as well pay SOo an ounce lor saw dust as fo rigorous blow to an ruemy. Ilenci ws tet ha I known it. Mr. Rbinehart, for you waa defested lor Congress ly John1332. Caldwell Ever brought to this city. Kvery Instrument Is Inert medicines. Ha than by John E. Halsell In In ISM, and Bourne hss just recelred his Isrgo stock of Medthe pride of an artist and prices range from 10 to the cuitom with prize fiahtera of epittirR and your "liege lord" our wish I thU: cngiged Intpecubtlro enterprises la New Mexico icines of all kinds. Every article fresh from the 25 percent, lower tnao other dealers aslc lor the "Bright as lUDllght oa tbe Its, bifore they begin to fight. on their banda manufacturers. He now has tbe nicest and cheap- eamo goods. Persons ot musical and art culture and owing toautsgoalimln ths Third district, he May jour wcJl4 future be; est selection of fancy goods, show caso articles, Ac, arc Invited to aa Inspection of the beautiful, cultiwas at tho Isit elcctl n chosen to succeed Mr. Hal-so- li B);m 'of generations ago need to "epit on Ac. ThocelebraUdLamaro'a 8 ncctaclca and ova vated, refined tone and artist dctlgua ot these celeI.tks the Jew iipcm the flawer, Is Congress Iglrsaca a specialty. Tho best brands ol mixed brated Instruments: their faith" when nq'ilred to unke a l'urs.nd bsppy erery hour." ium vici. uu nuu.uira. omcuuiu jewelry, comblnrd to gel il promlae, and when collier Kimbc, Ihe Fa sewing machine goods, anglers' goods, artists' Tho LastTiusJay In Gr:ard, at the rei goods, chromes, frames, lamps, brushes, bMks ol wage raled ther ued, before the dtnee of Ihe brlde moils Decker Son, the Pouular Evtheir father, Mr Him Car all kinds, ststloncry, a thousand articles for tho dear grandmas, maile n aunts and the smartest baerett aud Uio Itcllablc New England daja of trade onlon, to epit on n stone penier. at 2 p. M , Mr. I) B E imistnn and Hon. George M. Thomas, the P.sp bltcan mem by in the business all at Pianos, tiiretherby way of csmaotin; tnu-- tnion Mr. Jnole Pjerigo, were united in ber from the Ninth district, was born Nov. 13, Dr, M. L. Bourne's New Drti2 Store, The Celebrated Olough and Warreu and When peraens were of the eaine party, cr 1S28. He studied law when qulto yotic;, and bonds, by Rv E E. Irwin. Stanford, Ky. was admitted totbr bar In lEiil, He held several agrerd In their aentluiente, there uutl at Immediately nfipr the ccrcm nr Ihey drTe tbe John Church & Co. Organs. to tbe Legislature county offices, and whs cKctei s one time to ba a popu'ar aylno that they to Crab Orchrd and n nice little flipper Please communicate ti ItU us for catalogues, term In 18S9G1-7- J and '7). Ho was elected Common, nd priies. hu 'Spit on the eaine 'tone.' All the was;,iven them by Mr. and Mr John El wcalth'a Attorney ler tbo Tenth district In 18C2 1831 THS CULTIVATOR 1887 8. It. At X. J. COOK, Special Ag'ts, AHD Yrar ltatind. Stanford, Ky. mislon, where they have taken room for and wss cue of the republican electors In 1801, Or r.OSE P.. P.ICUAUU, In IfCJ he wss clectol County 1EC3 and 1871. Oaly the relative! wero in Tno man tiial pitching a doctrine of tho preen Kefcrences: A. R. Teeny, Mrs E.M. CarpenJudge snd Circuit Judje In 1371. In 1830 bo was ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mooro and James Baz-ichate and prejudice toward the negro, whofe vited to prU"je uf tbe delict:ie Mr Eland subss- Btauforc; Mr. Msgie Holmes. Crab Orch-nrTho best ol tbe district, rdefested in the race lor Hon. A. B. Montgomery, of the Fourth Gcu. W. J. Landraiii aud MlasiLizxle liuff-maImpMted condition I now eea In the fact miiton kruwr ao well l.pw lo prepare Mi- Congress, btlng the republican nomiHe was born In fluently for . 133-lLancattr, Ky. Is a resident of Kllsabithtown. WEEKLIES. thU hi i beginning to compete with white Llda Elmlton, Dr Pit(us, Menu Wm Hardin county, Bee. II 18J7 and Is a graduatoel nee. In 13)1 he was appointed United States Dis- AGRICULTURAL trict Attorney (or Ktutucky, which position ho n the Garnett and John McCiuro from here were Georgetown Colgs. He studlel law In Eliiibeth-tow- n labcr, pctea bafon the cmniry The Country Gentleman Is the Leading Jourtho election of president Cleveland. nal of American Agriculture. In amount and In Louisville, held until The bride was. of Llncoli and Heward and Sumner, present at the marriage. and alro nt tbe law scho a man cf mui h "plrsonsl popularity and practical value of coutents, In extent and ability He li whuo hocriduste"! In IMt In 1870 he wss elect-a- d tomo ability. Ills leil attainments era not of correspondence, in qualltr of papr and style whoee fondeet dream wai lo ato the freemen becomingly attired in bronze sitin, Mtripcd JudRS ol the Hardin County court, and filled counted ot tbe highest order, liowovcr, and while of publication, It occupies "he first rank. It is beoccuplee. velrot, uatu lb wets and gold ornament in juM urh a position a ho now lieved to hsre no superior in fitter of tho three for four years, since which time he has the District Attorney In Loutsrlllo he delegated chief divisions of ineitabe lendncf of Mr Both the bride ond groom at one lime re- the office engaged In tbo practice of bis Thleli actively been nea'ly nil bis work to his assistant George Durelle ri He was nomlpated for Blake' demigogue appeal to race pHii sided in Crab Orchard and we gladlv wel Farm Crops and Processes, recanvass, and cleetei by ome them into our midst again, hoping Congress alter an exciting opponent dice in Penieylranla It ia to turn the Tho direct through line and old established route Horticulture & Fruit-Growinat the primajority. Ills publican party in thai State against the long to keep thrm with ue. The bride is handsome was the Hon. Thos. A. Kobsrtion, from mary election Live Stock and Dairying, Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louis b'ack man aud to make it an "antl nigger" possessed of all those virtue that make who had defeated biro twu years before. Judge and all points in the West. While It also tncludos all minor department of ruparty that he I laboring. 'What do the nmn lovelr; the groom is an upright, Montgtrocry Istusrrled and hss four children ral Interest, such as tbo Poultry Yard, Entoniolo-Kfriend of the progrewiif e black population tnorl. chrlitln gentleman, possoa'e excel Two (2) Dally Trslns from Loulirllle to 8t Louis. Greenhouse and Granerr. VeUr- Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati Hera'd. lent b iiiiew qualities and naught but hap 'ntry Replies, Farm Questions aud Answers, Fire- of the South think of to St. Louis. re iieauinjf, Domestic tconomy ana a summary pines can reoill from their union. We the nows of the week. Its market Bepartaare Only IO hours from Loulirllle and Cincinnati with-- ' -flTbe following recipe for wanning .usually complete, aud much attention la paid take pleasure io wishing for you both long to't. Louis. tb tbe prospect of tbe crops, as throwing light upout rubbing la said to bo reyolutlonliing life, crowned with prosperity, gladness and on ons of the most Important questions When to Tho Only Lino by whioh you can got a Through Qlooping Oar buy and wben to sell. It Is liberally Illustrated wr:h rooma here and elsewhere: Put a sunshine, and that a continually increaaud Is Intended to supply-iHon. Wllllaii Trcatou Taulbx, member elect sing degree aud In tbo best sense of the term, a leacupful of roal oil and half a bar of soap 11 From CiuclnatltoSt.LouIi. ciperlencs you may know, seet lrom tho Tenth district, has gained an enviable That marriage rlaotly understood, into one Rallon of water. Botl until the IVT reputation ai an orttor sines his onlranc Into Live, AurlctiUural Newspaper, fTrift O (X XKl. is tbo only lino running Skekekwfr flfisss (live to t&a tender and tb good A.XJ.O J. through lrom Louisville oap dlMolw. Then put iu the clothes poUtfcs. lie wu born In MsgoOn county In 1831. A paradlso below." Although the Country Geutleman hss been and Cincinnati to St. Louts, all other routes being them nd add enough cold water lo cover He tsught reboot Ut seversl yesrs until 1877, greatly enlarged, the terms continue aa below made up of a combination of small roadi. She Wasn't 1 hat Hind. when he enter 1 the ministry of tha Methodist wben paid strict y Id ad ranee. ,H hmlrSOmlnutei Then take them One oopv one Hallway runs tl 3j: free to toe "We are wedded now, my darling," said Hon, Asher O. Carutb, the newly elected mem church. In 187$ he was elected County Clerk and additional copy for the ytar tour conlca 310. .rut n Tho Ohio A Mississippi trains; LuxuriantPalatial a tub of clear water. Then Sleeping Cars on night out and put in Pareenderol In 1830. He obtained law 1 cento In 1831 ineciuD, lor Can on day trains: Elegant Day Coachcop estu, and aaaiuoaai copy on tub ol the husband to his bride, "and henceforth ber from be Filth district, Is knoen to almost ev 'ien wring them ut and put In another good practice In 1831 he was year tree to tbeienterof tbe club. es on all trains. and built up aud J t liaison county. He MTAII new subciribers for 1897, paying In adclear water. Then wring them and hang we'll ko together on life' Journey aide by srroaeln Louisville Direct and close connections are made In UNI03 nominate! for Cougtess on tbe democratic ticket mov-ll, will receive tbe vance trom the DErXrrd with dlTercing line by theO. A M. side" ''We must bear each other' bur wss born in 8cotUviIlo'KentueVr In whenbuta mered and waa olected bv a majority ot'ifl'.n, although receipttiow,the remittance, topaper weekly1837, with them oat of January 1, to Louisville with bl fatally Hallway, thus avoiding troblesoms transyeaVs. out charge, epeclmsu coplva Ire. Address . fers by othsr routes. changed," Bald Old Hyson, dens, help etch oiher.when we can, and to boy. He wss educstet at Phllsdelphla and at tbe district had gins republican for several "Times hare LUTUKS TUCEElt A SON, Publlshe-sJudg H Frank Flnlsy, tbe newly elected The Ohio A Nlstlsslppi Railway is the only line Albany, New York. mournfully, "time hare changed." "And make life happier, brighter, eaoh nirjst for the high school In Louies III. Id 1801 he wm between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts msmberifrom the Eleventh district, Is one of the to tho bsr and removed to Uopklnsvllls, for tbe other plan. thla very Lei' be-iunder one management, running all Its most bitter Itepubllcaas In tbe btste. He retldss a to wherefore?" asked HIb bou. "In where be practlc tl ssversl yeirs and established trains through solid and In consvqusne 1j21 the old one, "man ale the morning to atari rlijhl is my demre vou the Kentucky New Kr. In 1871 be returned to at Williamsburg and sstidtohsvs made a great Is recognised FIrst-ClsF HUJTtfllAW, Ilouu bemer times," oId deal ol money la Stsr Rjute mill contracts. He tween those Cities. just get up now. my precious, and cons'ruct Louisville, snd hss Ivcd tuere evr itccs. In cream." "And no?" "They cremate the Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for In a race against Mat XJ3IVTXfctXt full parlliulara as to rates, time, maps, circular was detested lor Cooreis hie 1873 re waa chosen attorney tor ths School Board, man." There waa an awful pause. Young thf kitchen firo" Sad, all tad Adams, but won this time without trouble. Ho y or any desired information, or write to STANFORD, XV. courage oczed from every pore, and In 1850 h wss e'ed Commo wealth's A ttor-ne- bs held several official positions, ouce being counting room Hour. H. FOUMAN, Hysbn .walked out of the being re elicted lait uguit. Jiehss earned Trav. Pais. Ag't OAM. K'y, Somerset, Ky. Odiee ecuth slia Main Street, tuo stcois when hi eweet young wife responded, Prosecuting Attorney of his dlrtrlct, and subseon hs Up toes and told one of hi .alemn a wide reputation as Co oiniiwailiU'i Attorney, W. B.SHATTUC, JOHN F. rUllNAKL', tho Myors Hotelt Si'mer-villKen eay, what do you take me foi?', Gen. Pass. Ag't, Pre, and Gsn'i Mjn'gr, and his frlsnds predict a b . be was afraid' the old man wa b'jHn isrsr for blm in quently Uulted States District Attorney for home Farg.Nurocs Oxlds Gas aduiltlatered when . He resigned this p.s'.tloo and going tucky. qntret Journal Congress. Burdetlc. J faat.-U- ob .up Til(tw For ll MULES. U m Town Iot For Sale BHItLINEIlY. 5. 102-1- Bteven-sonan- en-lJ- FOR Lore-m- sam; STEWCOMIS MOTJEIi C.-a-b ta qt tl r. For Kent Store-Roo- TIMBER LUMBER, o tb hi ES. H. FOX, - "'"r Cos-cre- XnviSl3 te e Prames Made to Order. est-vic- et iud GIESIKUEUHIB p-- ITntoii-Freooais- n -- TRAIN nt pur-cliai- lui-ine- 's. im$ffi oro o, cer-vlc- 112-l- oo.-fLexin- PIANOS ! "lYorld-rcnoiTiic- r Oouuti'v (eiitlciiiuiti, post-offic- y, d; n, auc-cts- T te rl O. & M. unto nisi i T Ivy rr. , ed ss dUap-polntme- HUHOEON a tit . 4 "M,',,WM1-w--"'---l-- 1 , I! I. ' Letter From iho Business Manager, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS Montickllo, Nov. 18th. Again I am Augustus Jeesup is the richest youog giving tbe Wayne connty people a cbaaee man in Philadelphia. He is 2t years old to do just what they ouht to do at least and has an annual income of between SCO, George Iagraui, Ei., a rich old farmer November 19, 1888 000 and $70,000. Stanford, Ky near this place will testify that I sm. Juit Frank Kisslok, a preicher, btcame ina year ago to day he paid me for bis paper volved in a qurrl with John Conniff, a and ordered it discontinued, saying at the W. P. WALTON. miner ot Grange City, who cut his head time that the Interior Journal did not open with a broad ax suit him extclly and that he would take Tbe Cincinnati Commercial - Qaictte, Eagineer Arther Dixon, of the Cincinsome other paper. I don't know what pa which claimed that the republicans had nati Southern, while looking out of his cab per he took in its place, but I do know that everything in a sling for several days after window was instantly killed by striking his ho learned, the Section, now whines thnnly: "The head against a bridge, near Chattanooga. "When you And friend that's true, Senate of the Unite 1 States will bo very Better not swap Mm tor a new." Commissioner Miller is outspoken in snarly a tie during the two yean to come his desire to see whisky put on a basis with He subscribed again and said that RELIOI0U3. of Cleveland; and it ii important that Ne all other goods of this character, so that it it was the best paper in the State, and that The 104th session of the Virginia Con he was going to get all of his friends to braska should no longer be represented by may pay taxes when it goes into consump Van Wyck, who is a crank and usual tion, be that one month or ten years after ferenco is in session at Norfolk, Bishop take it. All of which was exceedingly en Mj. Cranberry presiding. ly rotes with the democrats. It would be manufacture. oouraglng to me. The fifth annual convention of the Bapdangerous to trmt the balance of power to J. O. Sitlflav. who waa kImIm! rntintv George Fox, aged 22, of Rowan county, Mr. Van Wyck." In this statement Mr. was nearly well from a spell of fever, when tists' Association of the Uoited Slates is be- attorney oyer a prohibitionist and a demoHalstead places Mr. Riddleberger, of Vir- he took a rtlapse and began bleeding at the ing held In Richmond, Va: crat combined, feels especially thankful to is vroiidorAil Paln-Cur- or Rev. B. F. Taylor, of Danville, writes his friends who stuck to him so closely aud ginia, on the republican side, when that nose. All efforts to stop the flow of blood hns gentleman has frequently shown symptoms were unavailing and the young man died that he has just olosed a meeting of 18 days desires the I. J. to thank then). He is a at Paint Lick, whioh resulted in about 30 very promising young lawyer and an excelof returning to the party of hie first love, from it in a few hours. to tbe church, in which event we will have bath houses of lent business man. Mrs. Florenoe McMichael, of Louis- additions Elder Martin Owens writes that he and Congress. ImetT. Leigh Thompson, the new edit wife of the conductor who was blown ville, Elder1 Sbackleford, Reuben and Jno. Todd or of the Signal, He is quite a young man, Truth says that Mr. Haw- to pieces by tbo explosion of powder in a The Louisville held a meeting of ten days at StWervllIe and but is not a new one at the business. I thorne Hill has resigned as managing edit- car of his train, has been given $12,000 by added 27 to the church, 18 by baptism. went to see Mr. James D. Hicks, a mile be efa Clark connty jury against the Chesapeake or of the Louisville Commercial, to take Brother Onena further says that last Sun- low town, and found him at his mill away fect November 22. He will be succeeded & Ohio. She sued for $40,000. day, 14th. he closed his 30th year of labor under a mountain.' His large milt is run The postal card was adopted in 1874. by Alr.Frank Gregory, present city editor, at the Union Church and was again honor- by a single spring, the waterbjin conveyed and Mr. Oliver Cromwell will be promoted In that year 103,000,000 were used. The ?; ed with a unanimous call by the officers down tbe mountain in a trough. .I"-Frem HiUdafoKociTcreurcoinpIclo In addi to his position. Dan E. O'Sullivan is to number increased up to 1883. when twoand members to preach for the church as tion to his flouring mill he runs a carding Mr. Hill will cent postage was adopted. In that year be made editor-in-chi- ef. long as he is ablo. mill and weaving machine, all from tbo either take a position as editorial writer on 380,000,000 postals were used. In 1885 the They have some vigorous preachers in same spring. Mr. Hicks is an old and vaf the Courier Journal, or return to Majsville, number had dropped to 360,000,000. the West. Rer, E. A. Farmer, of Plain- - ued subscriber to tbe Interior Journal, his old home. In any event we are glad to Two million eight hundred and eighty well, Michigan, is an enthusiastic prohibi "Watches, Olooks but it is not for that reason alone that we know that he will continue in journalism, thousand bushels of coal left Pittsburgh, tionist. In a recent sermon he said: "Any are glad to see htm making money. for which he is so eminently fitted. which may be increased one-hal- f million christiin who refuses to vote tbe prohibiThe crowd here was rather small this Fbebioemt Cleveland la catching it on bushels, of which 1,833,000 are for Cincin tion ticket ought to be yoked to the devil morning tbe farmers staying at home (o all sides for his peevish and ill timed refer nati and 1,047,000 are for Louisville, and and made to toil for a thousand years on kill hogs, but in Call and nee ettr 8iock bolero purcUjwliiK the afternoon they all claowherc. ence to the newspapers in his Harrard the prospects for a famine are averted. the hot pavements of hell." This was too came to town to talk about it. Ob, for the Leading democrats of tho Twelfth Illi- strong for his flock and the Itiv. Farmer speech. Some of the papers have been memory of some people, that I could let culpably free with his private and domes- nois district, which has a democratic ma wai asked to resign. our readers know the number killed by tic affairs, but he ought to have selected jority of 10,000, are soliciting Mr. Ander OANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Druggiata and Pharmaoeutiita. each man in Wayne county! to decline in favor some other accation to give them the need- son, the member-elect- , The trial of Granville Prewltt for the Mr, N. F. Robards and Parthena W. ed reproof, if he thought it necessary to do of Mr. Morrison, the tariff reformer, and in murder ot James and Ellen Buok is set for the event he consents to do so, the great re- Robards obtained marriage license on the tho so. Mr. Cleveland owes about as much as 4th day of the term of this court. It is 15th inst. any other public man to tbo newspapers form advocate will then be nominated and The child of Mr. Wm, M. Fields re thought that Prewltt's attorneys will argue and he ought not to condemn them all for elected. for lifo in the penitentiary, as Prewltt has Two Mirsauri farmers, named Stock-we- ll ferred to in the last letter died on Monday conleeeed the sins of a few. that be did the killing. The unievening. Mr. and Mrs. Fields have the and Bess, were fijhling, and tbe for- DEALER Another of the old hulks, called by n.er attempting to shoot Bess, the latter's sympathy ol everybody in their great sfflic-tio- versal opinion is that he should Lang. Hiram R. Hays gave the visiting and courtesy a which was dumped No new cases reported by our physidaughter, to save her father's life, sprang home attorneys a fine supper at his home upon the rountry during republican ascians. before the gun, receiving the contents of its cendency, has been retired permanently That model family paper, tho Interi- Tuesday sight. two barrels in her breast and stomach and Mr, Sam C.Hardin and wife, nee Miia from the service, because a bole burst in or Journal, now reaches Danville by dying instantly. Mollie Johnson, of Garrard, of Albany, are its rotten sides. The vessel is the Tennesdaylight tbe days it is issued each week. It A company of soldiers has been orderhere. see, of the Ifarth Atlantic squadron, and is Is a lovely sight to see the constantly-increasinI haye been informed that Judge W. S. a fair sample of our inefficient naval equip ed to Caldwell, Kansas, to keep prospectors subscribers of the I. J,, reading out of the Indian Territory There is great it at the breakfast table every Tuesday and Stone, a most excellent citizen and a leadment, upon which so many Millions were ing democrat of Russell county, is going to squandered to provide campaign funds to excitement, as thousands of claims have Friday morning. been stalced out in the Territory below E.C. W. keep the republican party in power. C. Carter was here Wednesday and Texas to live. M. Caldwell, where silver is believed to exist claims to Lave identified Charles HenderMl. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Emboldened by success elsewhere in the in large quantities. son as the man who obtained $1,000 from State the prohibitionists will tackle Louis-yill- o time in Beveral years no For the first J. T. Raberts has erected a saw mill next and have therefore petitioned strike of any importance is in progress at Mm July 25, 18S2, by some kind of a con- near tbe mouth of Skegg's Creek and is reathat an election be held in that city Deo Pittsburgh or tho surrounding district. fidence game. Carter has a note signed W. dy to cut lumber. v. is. 7th, on the question of "wet or dry." There This is the centre of more workingmen H. Miller for his missing funds, which he We very reeptfully, but iearnestly ask JOHN NtKINNEY, BaiUlIT, f 8luen. are too many saloons and too many men than any other point in the Union and says was executed by Henderson, alter tbe all persons who are indebted to us to call influence of those saloons for heretofore they have managed to keep on confederate had snatched the money and at once and settle. under the M. O. A D. N. Wil ran away. The eon ol an old man named prohibition to carry there now, but the hand at least two or three strikes. liams. Brown, of Andereon county, was here Tuesgrowing sentiment may possess the place J. W. Miller, the new police judge, The Pcsitfent has reinstated United day and says Charley Birindled bis pa (now after awhile, with Fontaine T. Fox to egg States District Attorney Benton, oi Missouseems to have a great deal of business in his deceased) out of $1,200 in 1834. Come up it on. court. He has tried seyeral whisky esses, ri, suspended during the recent Congressgentlemen, the rest of you, and tell how The Osjeneboro Messenger declares ional campaign for actively exercising the you tried to beat another man's trick and but has not imposed any fines yet. -- Mrs. Nate Evans haa returned from straight out for Gen. Hewitt for governor belief that it is the duty of a good citlzsn got left. Zinesville, Ohio, where she has been visitwho, it thinks, is the only practical busi- to aid his puty in securing a victory at the Joshua Doram was tried Wednesday ing W. L. Henderson and wife ness man who has been connected with the polls. He should never have been susrelatives. evening for selling a bottle of beer to a man are vidting relatives and frieuds in Psrka-vill- e. Stats government since the war. He has pended. named Ward six weeks ago and fined $100 Senator VoorhccB says tho democrats so thoroughly demonstrated his ability in and coats. The witness swore that about Dealer, tormina of Tuesday morning on Crcoked Creek the Auditor's office that ncne dare offer have the Indiana Legislature by a majorisix weeks ago be went to Doram'a house, Charlie Drew, 71 years of age, married Mrs. against him for the place nextyear, though ty of two on joint ballot, and be believes called for a bottle of beer, which was given Martin, 40 years of age. Rsv. P. J. Hlatt he will then have completed his second they will hold it. He does not believe the him by Doram, that Doram then left him republicans will date to throw out enough officiated. Mr. Drew formerly lived near term. and he sat down and drank a part of it democratic members of tbe Houee to secure this place. "While Rutherford B. Hayes was pass and laid 20 cents on tbe table; that some -- J. K. McCiary and 8. W. Paris have control, because it would not bo submitted ing through Cincinnati the other night a time afterwards another man took up tho been quite sick, but are much better since Central depot relieved to by the people, irrespective of party. thief in the Grand 20 cents and went cut of sight with it. For A newswindle is being conducted outin the defense Doram swore that he bad no Dr. Manning, the "plaster" doctor of Paris, him of his valise. A man who robbed the people of a democratic victory and drew Indiana. Two men drive up to a farm houeo and that he never furnished the wit- Ky., has been to eeo them. He cured them bfJ the salary of an office to which he was nev- house and talk about tbe high prices of ness at any timo with beer, but that he for $10 in advance. An election will be held here the first er elected, ought not to make any fusa groceries. A barrel or two of sugar is tak- came to where he was about tbe time indiINUHREYN, about as small a theft as that of a valise, en from their wagon and offered for sale at cated and asked for beer, which could not Saturday in December, to elect town offi buys tho su- have been furnished, as there was none on cers. No candidates out yet as I bavo heard especially since it wai taken by an Ohioan, about balf price. The farmer gar and in a few days discovers that he has the premises; that his condition showed he ol. This will be a lively election, as tbs and a republican, no doubt. purchased ordinary salt, with a few poundB was boczy when he came there. James vote is about equally divided between those It seems to be understood that it is the of sugar on top. Gaines, tbe other man referred to, swore who are for whisky and those against it. intention of the democratic committees Sherifl James I. White has moved to Grain, Wool, Neccln, Feeil, Coal, JLnmbor, Etc. coal mines, in Whitley that the witness did not come into tbe At Kensee which most next week in Frankfort to call county, while James and John Mills, two house, sit down or drink a bottle of beer or his farm near town. Mrs. R. E. Thompson a convention to nominate 8tate officers sev- brothers, were at work, a largo piece of any quantity, and at no time did be pick has been appointed organist for the8unday. eral months earlier than usual. We can coal, weighing about a ton, fell frsm the up 20 cents, or any other sum, laid down school. James K. Cook's school closes at see no reason for thii except to favor some Livingston y. He will start to Louis roof of the mine, striking the former in tbe candidate, which they have no right to do. back, crushing him to the ground and by witness. There were numerous contra- ville Sunday, where he will attend a law dictions on the part of the prosecution's The custom has been to hold it in May or killing him almost instantly. John Mills testimony and yet Joshua was condemned.' school. June, which is early enough. had his foot badly mashed, which will neJ. B. Fish will leave to morrow for The editor of a Boston paper writes to Pineville, Bell county, where he will locate We assure our esteemed contemporary, cessitate amputation. A fellow named Moore has beon rent the point on legal verbosity. He explains to practice bis profession law. Since be the Danville Adiocale, that we did not have in Chatham, N. C., for that more than 900 words are used in a deed baa been with us bo long and spent so many it in our mind's eye at all when we refer to the chain-gan(Tho Weekly Edition of the Commercial to the fact that many rural roosters having traded wives with another man. where two hundred would answer. "Money happy moment i togfther, we regret to give Gazette,) red paid" would be sufficient, he says but tbe him up. We wish him success whereyer think it the acme of independence and val- Moore told the court he did not know the or to abuse the Courier Journal. Some peo- act was criminal; that a man came to his lawyer writes, "Money paid, laid out and he may cast his lot. expended;" "work" ls readily understood, Judge T, Z. Morrow baa made an order home with a woman who was better-lookiple and things have a better back-sigenlarge the bar, than his wife, and, bantering him for a but "work, labor and service" is the usual to remodel the court-housthan foresight, but the Advocate is not that Tfl HlltM n kind of a cat. trade, he "swapped," paying $1.50 extra in form. "All this," writes tbe editor, "makes erect a new witness stand, have chairs in best lotar tho now woman's superior a lot of unnecessary work, labor or service, stead of benches for jurors, etr. It is callIn a characteristic editorial Mr. Henry consideration of be paid, laid ed in question if it isneccssary to put the and causes much money to Wattereon denies the repot t sent out thst personal attractions. county to this expense, as there has never Of the present House 119 members, or out or expended." he had accepted a position on the New will not have seats in JTeracZ. Kentucky could not spare more than one-thiThe torch of the statue of Liberty wi 1 been any complaint heretofore. York Mr. Wattenton, and he has no desire td tbe next. Of tbe new members who wil aurntstn five electric lawns of 30.000 candle As Viewed uv a Sinful Editor, If are slfin the Fiftieth Congress, 81 are demote the light of which will be thrown preachers aud people who are so painfully leave it. g havenward. THE AaRICUtTURALDEPAUTMi:NTIsonoftbesreatrMturM!h.w crata and 38 republican!. The Commit..- Is believed that the liehts anxious to solve the It n unsolved problem The democratic plurality for State offi. on Rivers and Harbors lose" its chairman uable to evtry farmer. TbUdtimenlUsJItedTO tTal. will so Illuminate passing clouds that they whether there is a probation after deatb, cer in Missouri is 55.G55, majority over TUECaiM.SErCOItNEa,0eT,eacluUTeytoyont people,., rer, lntere.tlcg.od tn.tructtrs and six of ita members. The other im- will be visible at a distance of 100 miles, would turn with equal earnestness to the all 31,429. Pretty fair for an off year. BTOMES snd Choice Selections, with tbe .beit portant committees also lose largely. Judge Four electrlo lights of 6,000 candle power task of improving, the probation b foro OltiaiNAL make tb Woctly M""Ior)ln( from , plrU of Globe, Durham, N. C . was nearly totally de- Holman's Expenditures for Indians Com each will be placed at the foot of the statue deatb, of which they are absolutely cermittee dees not lose a member. stroyed by fire. so as to illuminate it. The diadem on the tain, it might come to pan ere long that General Cadetia, candidate against A special from Atlanta, Ga., says: Ma head of the figure will contain incandes- they wouldn't have any personal reason Conlalui eight columns each, ind Gen. Disz for tbe presidency of Mexico in ny prohibition bibles are in circulation in cent lamps to give the efftct of jewels. atSJ 0 per nnmn,,K-tsgiI- d. rr.on, Twl," for caring a continental whether there is an wf laktib.ltKmmX'i.i1 ta ntUn who ,.at tbe new. oluner tb.n one. a week, r,m2S tie eVmUWeefly Atlanta. The prohibition bible is a very 1883; has been assissinated. after death probation or not. Milwaukee It may not be amlsj to explain what ev Wisconsin. Tbe prohibitionists have driven 100 smart imitation of a book, which incloses a saloon-keeperout of Sioux City, Iowa, by bottle of very good whisky, Merely touch erybody doesn't know, the exact meaning Soft soap for all sort of people For a Teims of BaUcrlptlon by Mill; inz a spring at one end of the book, the of the word "honeymoon." To be etymolo a vigorous enforcement of the law. telegraphs to Washing other end opens and the neck of the bottle glcally correct, a bride and groom ought to Lieutenant, call bim a Captain. For a Ssnalor Hearst Ill 09 ton that tbe California Legislature is demo- bobs up serenely. These bottle books are extend their honeymoon to four.weeks, the middle aged lady, say you mistook her for Tb.ee month,, .'.' ..... 7 00 ThrSwo.,, ..... 8 50 being sold here at SI each. A man could exact period of a lunar month. The honey her daughter. For a young gentleman ril cratic by 13 majority on joint ballot. The republicans elected six out of the walk up a church aisle with one under his part of the word comes from an old Ger- ing fifteen, ask hia opinion respecting the JLlHt eleven members of the State Board of arm without being suspected of anything man habit ot drinking metheglin, made comparative merits of Mechi and Msppin Consisting ol Sewing Mnchiuw,!mproTed Waterbury Watciier Goll Pin. re!ls, Valuable Book. Equalization, becrfuse the democrats in cer- but deep piety, But for prohibition tbe from honey, for thirty days after the wed las razor sellers. For young ladies, if you etc, will be .ten In ibe paper, ef.uip.'e topic, fret. tain counties ar so opposed to tbe law prohibition bible would have been un ding, with a view to promote sweetness r know their color to be natural accuse them THE DO JIMKItCI AJ, of painting.-Chica- go CO., Tribune. t known, stickiness likely. they wsn'dn'i ws vu Another triVo has broken down in Cnicsgojust as thrusts of a boycott were beinu indulged, and all the machinery of the Knights of Labor were being oiled to force the ptokers into submission, The ef forts which the workingmen of Caicago have made, under bad management, to arbitrarily control tho picking business of that city, could not have come to any other end. If the constant dofeats there have not earned the country a few months' rest, on that subject the failure of tho strike to accomplish anything at all will be more con epicuoutly apparent. Louisville Times. A Children Grv FOR PITCHER'S to-da- y Casforia Centaur Liniment tho most tho world over known. 1 Oadb ftarik and Silverware Complete Stock of Jewelry, At Cost Fop Gash! McROBERTS & STAGG, 4 vTlTnmaHL -- man-of-wa- Hardware, Farming Implements, Elevators, Pumps, Cider Mills, &c i g Groceries, Salt, Lime, Cement, WEAREN & MEIFEE, Fanhinglmplements and Muehia eiy, a Baggies, t Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, THE GIIffOIlffJLVATI WEEKLY GAZETTE! ng onsriL.Y $1.00 .a. SiSSStessaaa teM The Weekly Gazette The Sciiii.Wcckly yjeuir. rd, .!!, s lnity Commercial Gnzcttc, JL'rcmitcm XlSllr."' ...'".i:: ur lC6-6- (UZEITE CINCINNATI. vm j5tnu-S5(ckIjntioronrnl Headquarters for ammunition. IlobtrUASttge. Ky- - Mc- - Stanford, HluiiHT market price paid for November 10, 1880 sheepskin, etc., by A. T. Nunnelley, Bualneaa Manager, TIME CARD. bid, B. O. WALTON, Raisins, currants, new citron, prunes. All stock and cheap, Metcalf A Fos l.N. LOCAL Mall " ter. Now is your time to buy your heavy 1HI.K. woolen goods, We have a fine atock. 0 .glials r. x. ley A Craig. Eapreaatraln" 8otBT.." l as AIM. ! f Moih a is a.k. Gentlemen come to us and buy your ThtacTo U calculated on standard time Holif panti patterns. We have a splendid lot, li About 20 ralnntM iaitr Owsley A Craig. tOMI NOTICES. The L. & N. inspection car, with all the Buy your School iiooki from Penny & train mIm Marth mnui of the road, pawed up MoAIitter. W atches and Jewelry repaired on ohor Tueeaay oa its annual tour. oollco and wananWd by Pea ay & McAlfa Mart Smith, for tbe murder of Oo r. , Smith, has not given ball yet, though his IIuntziu, Attkntioh. Loaded all ilzMOfabot, at Penny & Mo friends ray be will doeo-soou- . Cart-rldgr- AUalerV. A ruLL stock of double, breech and lateet ahot-gun- c; also loaded ityie, Kockford watcnea a ipecialty. Pen muule-Ioadlnay A MeAliMer. shells of all staei of shot. McRsberls & SUgg. PERSONAL. A oomtixte atock of jewelry, g Mb. and Mna. 8. P. 8taocj are vliit log bit parent! In Caaey. J. W. Alcorn, Eiq , has bren attend log the Loudon court all week. Dr. I 8, OuHDrrr, tbe occollit of Brodhead, wai bere yeaterday. Mias Anna Cnow haa been the Rueat ofifra. J E. Porlman for tareral day. The ladies will find It decidedly to their advantage to call and examine our atock of short wraps and New Markets before they purchase, O Alley A Craig. Now would bo a good time to hare a suit made, My line to select from ia large and aa lam not particularly rushed with work, I can make you a suit on abort notice. H, " O. Kujdey. The Winchester Sun aajs Cyreous G, Ware, of Llocolo county, for unlawfully selling a steer, waa fined 100. The penalty Is considered severe when the previous character of the man and the circumstan cea of the crime are considered. A petition la In circulation aiking bis excellency's clemency. m Dr. and Mrs. II con Rkid bare taktn noma at Opt George II. McKinnej'e. Mns. Henri Lyle, of Jobnron CI ty, Tenn., ii the cueat of MIm Mapgle Bibb at Mn. 8im Owen'. Mrs. A. J.Orom, of CloTtrport, wife of the U. 8. Martha! of Keolncky, la the gaeatof Mr. A. M Feland. Misa Sallie Harrison haa obtained a lucratlre position in the Cincinnati court on abatract work, and her friende here will be glad to bear of ber Rood luck. IUv. Jor A. MUNDAY and hi besull-fu- l little bride, nee Mie Mary Miliar, Tueaday and ara hum's at Mra d Bourbon county employ a physician for each precinct, at a stated salary, to attend to its pauper practice, and finds It cheaper thin to allow the c'slms of any doctor who choaes to present them. In view of the heavy tax such claims are on Itsnben Willlami'. Mn. Lewis T. Eii'vin, eon of our own Lincoln, our magistrates might consider countymin, Mr. Baniford Erw in, waa elected the feasibility of adopting such a plan. to tbe Tennraate Legislature by a large Sometime ago when Deputy Aueaaor majority at the recent election. Otis Newland went to Mr. William Logan's Miw. S B. MoKoherts returned with hia big book to get bis property list, from a vliit to the family of Judge Mulr, that gentleman not knowlos him, waived at Louisville, Wednesday. Her niece, Mr. him off with the remark, ''Don't want any Lillie Setnple, accompanied her. books and haven't time to talk to agents," Joe Mcluattan, tbe prince of pre- and Newland had to brim him to time bv varicator, called in Wednesday to demand ordering bim In tbe name of tho Common an apologr 'or tba charge that he bad by wealth to come to taw. Mr. Logan seems miatake told th (ruth once in bis life. Not pretty fly with book agenU, but ha lets having hia gun with him be wae unable to lightning rod fellows walk off with him force bit demand, aa he ia not much larger every time. loaf of bread, the editor than a three-cen- t The Old Racket. A tew days ago, being a giant beside- him. Meeerr. E. B. Beailey and William Logan, two of our beat, but somewhat unsophistiLOCAL MATTERS. cated citizen, dropped In to tell us hon Bulk orMer lo. morrow at 3. 8. Myeia'. they had been worked by a slick lightning Sawed poplar and chestnnt ahlnglea at rod agent, who signs his nsme M. C. Cary. Mr. Beszley waa spokesman and prtfaced Metcalf S.FUt't. his remarks by raying that be waa aware Next Thursday ia Tbankagivio'B and no that tbe had not bten doing his one haa rent ua a turkey yet. duty of late, or be and brother Logan might not have survived. He hated lo tell W. W IIaht haa been appointed oa htmaelf, but for tbe good ol others he at Citursy, Ilxkcastle county. would waive a consultation with hia own I want to buy 2, feelings. The fellow TuiiKEYa Wanted. cime to Mr. Logan' 000 good turker nt once A. T. Nunnel-leand aftera long cibrt to percuade him into - ...ill m tbe belief that his houae would certainly be M Our stock of heavy boota and ahoea can struck bv lightning if a rod was not erect not be excelled by any one. Owsley A ed forthwith, he finally consented to give Craig. Cary So to put up some old rod that was Ir you want Roods low, como and see us. on tho premises and attach the usual points Ojretock ia larger thin ever before. Met and vane. Mr. Logan in the innocence cf bis honest old soul thought that the $5 was calf A Foeter. UARRIAGES. to coyer oil the cost-- , and so belioving signMies Mary Doom and W. K. JohnGo bee tbe wonderful Automatic Watch ed a paper, wuYchjiaper proved to be an ston Were married in Ltbanon Tueaday, tell time without hand, at tbe New Jew agreement to pay G7J cents a hot for " elry Store rod, should it be neceesrry. Mr. Lo Tbe bride is tbe daughter of Mr. Ben gan went on to hauling corn and when he Doom. A new and bandaoma atock of fall goods Rhodes Thomas, of Geoigetown, and ha juat been received by 8. II. Shanks. returned with the first load be was surprised to find that his house bad already been Miss Alice, daughter of Dt. Wltherspoon, them. Call and examine II.MMMai decorated with the rod and the agent ready a banker of Lawreccsburg, were married The allly report waa circulatad at Klogi to collect $02.60 from him instead of Wedneeday, tbe Mountain yeMerday that Mart Smith had Mr. John T, Younr, of Grayson coun $5 he expected to pay. Mr. Beazley says killed Jailer Owenaand made hi escape, ty, Texts, came all the way back to marry he relies implicitly on tbe judgment of his Owseey & CnAta have the beet lino of friend Logan, so when the agent came to Misa Lzz!e, daughter of Mr. E J. Hull bed com.Vrls and blauketa in town. Also him and told bim that Logan purchased a man, of this county. The knot was tied on a full atock" ot ladlea and genta' underwear rod, he readily agreed with tbe man for Tuesday night. Mr. Young met Mirs Huff" the sum of $28 to have one put on hia resi man while she waa on a visit to Texas iait and hosiery. dence. It took more rod of course than year and became enamored of her. The The K.C, will eell tickets from tbe 22i waa expected and hia bill amounted also to more he thought of her the more he loved to the 27th, Thankigiying week, at two over $G0. He had signed the agreement to her, ao he determined to strike for Kenotnta a mile each way; tickets good to re- pay lay bis heart at her feet. He C7J cents per foot for the extra amount tucky and turn till tbe 29:h. and there was no use to kick, though we arrived last Sunday and in answer to tbe We have a very nice assortment of tri- suppoto he would have given a few dollars inquiry of the landlord as to how long he would atay, he replied, "If things work cots, caahmeros, embroidered robea and to have vented his feelings lo a few "cues-ee.- " right I may stay a week; if cot, I eball Of course there la nothing legally other woolen goods generally, that we will Tbe leave to morrow." Hiring a double buggy sell from now on very low. 0sley A wrenj in the agent'a transaction trouble is that men will sign their names to team, he struck out for the home of the Craig. young lady, and jndging from the alme, Ynn will be very much in your own documents without reading and thorough- "things worked right." He is a o ly understanding them. Take our advice light if you do not attend the Rink to and be sure you know what you are doing ranchman and she a bonnle lassie, worthy night. Tbe Gold and Sliver Bind as well before you put yourself in the power of any of the love of any honest man. as tho OrcLtair will be on hand with good The marriage of Mr. D, B. Edmiston emoothe tongued agent of any kind. Even programmes. to Mrs. Jennie Pherigo, of Garrard, which then you are apt to get caueht. occurred at the home of the bride's father, The Superior Court of Kentucky has DEATHS. Mr. 8am Carpenter, near Paint Liok, Tuestbe local option law doea not decided that e Mr. Wm. M. Fields' younge t child day afternoon, look his friends here by prohibit a practicing physician from preOaly two or three knew that he had-anscribing or furnlahing in good faith liquors aged 22 months, died yeeterday afternoon, intentions matrimonially in that or to hia paiients, just aa ha would any other of diphtheria. It Is just one week aince we chronicled the death of hia twin boys from any other direction and he succeoded most medicine. same, frightful disease. Tho sorely admirably In keeping the rest very comThe heaviest snowstorm and blimrd In tbe stiicken parents have tbe sympathy of the pletely in the dark, The bride was Miss ten yeara are reported in Iowa and Minne entire community in their deep aflliction. Jennie Carpenter and the widow of Mr eota. Railroad cute are filled up and James Pherigo, who died several years ago Advocate. snow plows are at work to assist the delayed Mrs. Pbocba Snick, who died of con- She is spoken of as n yery handaotno wotrains. Tbe tall end of tbe blUzird struck sumption in Louisville, Wednesday, was man, greatly esteemed by all who know here, after a 24 hour' rain, Wedneeday n interred In the Buffalo Cemetery yesterday, her, and they do say that she and Mr. night and tho wind blew almost a gale. I were lovers before their first marafter cervices at the Christian church. was cold and cutting yesterday. She was a relative of the Lytlea and is riages. After the ceremony the pair drove of George, William and Janus epoken of as a yery estimable woma& This to the home of the groom at Crab Orchard, The trill Thompson for the murder of Wllk Ltwson, ia the fourth member of the family that and he will spend his honeymoon arrangatEtstBernstadltwo years ogo, resulted have died in Louisville and been brought ing and marking goodsjin his new store. Mr. Edmiston ia one of the cleverest and at London this week In the acquittal cf here for interment. moat deservedly popular of men and his and the conviction of the other WiUUtu d Cozatt A Culton eold a of cat- friends, whoeo names are legton, will join two, who get two years each in the penlten will like tle, averraglng 1,505 pounds, to J. F. O wens us in wibhing bim and his bride all the tlary. A defect In the indictment 1 ly cause all tbe work to be done over, how at cents, with a rebite of $25 on the lot. bleedings that lifo can bring two hearts -P- arkB7llle News. j f h ' ever. be-cafool-kllltr post-maaty. l. CArr. Smith InwiN Surmijed. -- To If to their appreciation of Capt. 8. A. uniform courteay as a man and hia just and uptight boring as an officer, the employee of ibe Knnxvlllp Diyldon of tie L AN, decided to put It in substantial Bbape by pwntlnvt him on his birthday an elegant detk and book-cu- re combined, with a comfortable and handsome chair to match. Mrs. Irwin was taaen Into the secret, bnt tbo Captain was left in profound ignoraoc-- up to the moment that tbe as made. It occurred at bis residence Monday nlhl in the presence of a number of Invited guests and a delegation of tbe railroad gentlemen who had in purchasing the gift. The captain, beingbuayontheroad.canslderabledifficulty wai experienced in getting him home, but this waa finally accomplished by strategy. Arriving there and having hia coming welcomed by the we- -t notes of music by the Gold and Sliver Bind, and being ushered into bis hotipe crowded with people, he evi denlly thought be had mistaken tbo place, and when Mr. J. W.Alcorn aroie and in welNshoten words, elrqaently expressed, presented the handsome gift, confusion wiu addeJ to his surprise and it waa with much difficulty that be could speak bis feelings of gratitude, but be managed to do eo after acknowledging that it was the cloaest place he ever got into. Assisted by her slater, Mra. George Irwin, his wife had prepared a splendid supper, which iaoluded nearly everything nice and palatable, and to It the gue-l- s were conducted and given the invlta tlon lo partake, which they did with a relish. Tbe whole affair waa well arranged and very pleasant to all who participated. Mr. Alcorn's remarks aa near aa we can recall them were as follows: Caitain Irwin: -- When tbe ancient Ro man had a day of special pleasure or unusual good fortune he marked It with a white pebble and ever afterwards that waa known on his calendar aa a white day. The men of the Knoxville Division, whose good fortune it is to ba under your immediate superintendence, desire to make thi anniversary tf your birth a white dav In your hfe and tbetrs. To mark the high in which you are held by them and to give you a substantial evidence of their appreciation of the interest you take in their welfate, they have delegated me to present for tbem to you, on this occasion, this elegant book caae and this chair Those presents come to you not only as a free will offering but ai the heart offering of these men. They come as their free will offering because they know that they bestow it upon a man whose every impulse is guided by justice that noble virtue which Impels us to give every man his duo. It comes as their heart cflering it is bestowed upon tba man who has acted toward them not as their friend only, but rather as their elder brother, who bav-lohimself trod tbe rugged pathway which they are now traveling stands ready to smooth the pathway for tbem, to lend them a helping band over the rough places and to lead them' clear of the pitfalls of temptation which environ their way. In behalf of the gold men and noble hearts wbout I am proud to represent on thin occasion, I ask you to accept their offering. Accept it not only as n birthday prerenl from friends, but accept as a token of esteem sincerely felt, and of that affection which always wells up In the hearts of brave men and true terponaive to the memory of such fraternal care as you have shown for lheo men and for their welfare. 'a t g -- Mr J. G Reed, ed 63 and lwicTn widower, obtained licence yesterday to marry Miaa Margaret Newsll, a maiden of tbe earae age Tbe ceremony was to occur at ii. t XoungV. Miss Amy Hewitt, daughter of May or elect Abram S. Hewitt, was married in New York to James O. Green, son of Norvln 8. Green, President of the Western Telegraph Company. LAND. STOCK UtO CROP THE SLAUGHTER COMMENCED THE We will f)rw Uio Jewelry FOR CASH I ClatAWCE 3 Union IS YOUJBS. Wanted -- Corn. T. R. Walton. " -- Car car-load- load fresli8.lt nt T. R, "Walton'. J. M Brd, of Maion county, biueht s four of hogs at $3.75 per cwl. Now is the time to buy extra fine Shorthorn bulls chepof A. M. Feland. Dr. J. B Offsley bought of Jack Bos CH8U. ley and others a cir load of 375 pound hogs a! 3 lhiUHlmiiiirnr.hcr nollco hcII cvcrjhliiB Ir line AT COST. Onr slock of .Tew..i,v and Clocks Incomplete and Ihe lalest yie yolx UCCd not ask. ...8onoi.mgmKUler;ltl8euonE., lo ,imm that hl8 , yenr opportunity. Brln the money wllk j ou. Wo w11 108,llTely He onJy or .....- A. T Nunnelley has thus far bought about 5.000 turkeys at A to 5 cents per Fenny & iVXclistei--. . pouni. Cattle are alow in Louisyille at II lo 4 35; hogs are higher and run from 3 to sheep quiet at 1 to 3 cents Owing to the strike but 135,000 hogs havt been packed at Chicago this season against 344.000 last year -- Wanted, 100,000 bushels of Irish pota toes on cars at 8Untord, Kr. Addrist J. A. Ferrell, Shelby City, Ky. 8llver Cloud, tbe winner of tbe Chfct-g- o Darby, and owned by Lucky Baldwin, was accidentally killed at San Fancieca. Ltrge numbers of turkeys are being slaughtered at Paris, one firm alone aver sgicg 1 000 dally, for which they pay 2 cents each for being picked an 1 6 cents a pound to tbe original own er. There were 700 to 1,000 cattle on the Georgetown market Monday and the bett brought 3j; feeders sold at 3.22 to 340; several lota of hogs sold at 3 j to 3 C5. Corn sold at $1.50 per barrel delivered Farmers take notice those sacks von have, branded Wearen A Meoefee, are not yonrs. Why don't you return tbem? They bought and piid for them and want tbem. Are you acting hornet to keep tbem? The Chicago packers are selecting only tbe beet of their former employee from among the strikers, and the remainder will probably have shorter bours thanther ml- el for. About 40 per cent of the ftrike are now at work G. W. Ddgan sold to Lshman Bros, on Sijurday 53 cattle, averaging 1,600 piunds, at $4 40 jwr hundred H. M. Taylor has purchased from Mrs. Jennie Dedm-iand Mis Mollie Clarke ih farm adioinltia P. T. Gentry and G. H. Spears, containing" about 63 acre, at $100 per acre Danville Advocate. J. W. Pairish sold last Tuesday to Kratz, Lehman A Co., Cincinnati, 51 cattle whose averago weight was 1,630. They brought $4 67. At McDonalds sale fat hogs brought $3.50 and $3 65; corn sold at ; hay 37 and 38 cent?; yearling heifers brought $15 and 1(5 J. B. Simpson eold to J. D. Harris 20 nice feeders at $3 05 -Richmond Herald. Clark will have to yield ihe nalm lo Mentgomery as tbe champion for heavy weight cattle this year. W. n. Bush oM 50 head, weight 1.702 lbs:; Wm Pao p . t4 head, weight 1.C1S lbs,, and JoBh Oive..-5- 8 heid, weight 1 600 lbs. Buah rold at $1 75, Phelpi at $4.50 and Owens at $4 25. 8 D. Gcfl sold to Gilman A Brent, of Parle. 6.000 bushels of blue grae sed at 35 cle. per bu. Clark Democrat. i. WALTO . -fs I t Dealor In- - itOr GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HARDWARE, j TINWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE, Oonfe ction.-s, Tobaccos, Oig-ai-s- , - COE. MAIN & SOMEESET STS. t if aXAiTOORI), KY. $1-45- New Canned Goods and other Season- aoie uoods, such, as New Eaisins, Citron, Currants, &c , now in stock. Salt, Xmi-i- i . add-tipn- al Tbe great wall of China is 1,25'J mile long. It ia 25 feet thick at tbe base, 15 at tbe top and 20 feet high. It is made cf earth inclosed in brick work. It wis built at detached periods in pucceeaive centurie, and "grew" between the yesra 300 B C and 1620 A D. It was a military work of defense against the Tartars. ror sale by Oreen's Electric Oil cures all achei anJ pains, McRoberta A Stagg at 50c. .1ETT ADTtXTIBEMEriTX. ami other things used in Cans and Jars, Butcher Knives, Mog-Killin- g. GOOD OOODS SST 2 l will bo obliged to my Customers, who trlali Kooibj delivered, lfihcy wonld send ikelr orders o that 1 cau linl'li dellv-crln- g by 5 o'clock. T K WALTON, Two good proparty. For JFteaxfc. bomrj-t- he 172-- 41 Wm. Ilaja and Moore . HEID, 8tantard. FOK A portable Lane S1ERCIIAKT TAILOR. -- SAIi'IC. I base receUed and still recalling a capacity for rawing 7.000 feet par day. Ia located near the Cincinnati Southern IUUwar whare thara la an abundance oi er nne umber. Terms to i. Ilodley standard saw mill and Itucsell steam endne in compute order. Ilai suit. . 176-31- . J.A.jnOOUEJbCO.. New Goods for Fall and Winter, Comprising tbe best In the market, which will be Kings Mountain, Ky, FOR SALE! A beautiful building lot on Main Street Stan-lorKy., opposite tbe Female College; the most desirable location In tbe city for a handiome res- Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Mono in City or Country. Give Jf e a Trial. well-to-d- idence. Apply to JOJ1X Jl. CRAIG, Stan-foiKy., or WM. CltAIG, Carlisle, Ken172-- tl tucky. d, FOR SALE, Splendid Mill Property, In Stanford, K j. Aa Assignees, under a deed of truit, of K. T. Mattlogly, tbe undertUnsd will Wall Paper, but-pris- Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and price as low as the lowest. On Monday, December 6, 1886, car-loa- (County Court day) In Stanford, Ky., publicly orfjr for aale tbe Mill Property, well known aa tho Htanford Flour Mill, It i onmta ol about ooa arre of ground on which la erected, besides a largo and commodious Iterator, a new 3k story brick building furnished Tlth alf the machinery and apparatus necessary to conduct an extensive and profitable business, including a modern and improred worked by steam, for the fump aupply of water from a purpose of source. neter falling The location Is about 100 yards from tbe depot at Htanford, on tbe KnoxTilla Branch of tbe L. & N. Railroad. Original cost of proparty 928 000. Correspondence solicited and II terms can be agreed upon, will aell privately. Title perfect. cash; balance in equal InTksms.... stallments of 0. 12 and 18 months. 6 par c.nt. in terest, rersoml security on first deferred pay- ment Lien retained. I., II li li II One-thir- d B. K. WEAREIff, Stanford. SLICKER Kona rtnnltt cbImi Tba Flail BRAND BUCKEa Don'tTrastaronrmenercnarnmorrnbbercoat. llHBf.ll wlia lbs Is absolutely and Wfraocr, and will keep you dry In tbe harden storm) I AskforthtF18n liKANA'isucaiuandtakanootber. If your i a .i iiiii i ic ihinimriTiiNiL. itnuitti iinin nam in ."mn mtawii" aann K,- - .trr ,. rr - . jm J7I-- I,:, f. Jt.V.SAVFliiiY, Assignee. inriiurini,raitiuiidtn .CTm:;vuu.ia atrri.: .irr : suit "'" storttpedoej r y Stmi-M eeklfilnlmor grannl A NEW WATCH TRICK. LIFE Ofl A LIGHTSHIP. ADRAQWlTH NAUQHTSAVE DANGER TO RELIEVE THE MONOTONY. TRUTH. And prayed with tears that mom might rise J Tho first beam of the morning light With cureless blindness emote his eyes, A soul la darkness cried for truth, And dreamed tho truth Its bliss should bo. Ab, sad mUtake, provoking ruth I The truth brought nndUss misery. Arlo Date. AND AMERICAN A man knelt through the lifelong THRILLING STORY TOLD BY SECRET SERVICE DETECTIVE. Captjiro of a Notorious "Bhovcr of the Trap Sotting Queer" Caught ' fire to the Faie of a I'ourtlor Keg. Tlie Lrttt Moment Soon after tho rear our bureau was notified that counterfeit (1 and $3 bills wero being extensively circulated In tbo region about Heading, Pu. I was detailed, togother with a named "William Madden, to proceed to Scrantbn and work up tbo case. Wo toon found that the money was being floated by a gang of six or soron, of whom the majority wero as tough coses as Abo Buzzard, of modern fnino. Vo struck two lcatb at tho samo tlmo, and while mino led to Ilarrisburg, his led into tho mountainous country around Vottsvlllo, which at that timo contained somo of tho most lawless miners who ever handled com-paul- A Traveling Man's Description of the Wax It Is Done Winning u Wngcr. "I was slopping at a little station on tbo Northwestern, and tbo hotel was close to tho railroad track. Tho through passenger trains don't stop there. In tho party sitting outaldo after dinner was n man who had a flno gold watch, with a caso of extraordinary weight. He said it was tho heaviest watch caso mads and tbo strongest " 'There is a funny thing about this watch of mine, ho sold; 'it U so strong that I eon put It on tho railroad track and let a train run over It and It will not bo damaged In tho " 'Right on tho rnllP queried ono of the party. " 'Yes, I'll place It right on top of tho rails, where tho wheels run, and It won't bo hurt a "The proposition was promptly occepttd, and the wholo crowd present included in the payment of tho wager, no matter who lost In a few minutes a train was seen approaching, when tho owner of tho watch went out to tho track, put bis timepiece on tho rail, and then walked back to tho hotel porch and resumed his chair as cool as n cucumber. Tho train camo thundering on, and tho crowd got excited. Thoy stood with opn moutlis, and thinking what a shamo it was that an Infernal fool should put such n fine watch on tho rnils to bo smashed into smithereens. When tho locomotivo struck tho spot whero tho wntch had been placed tho crowd groaned nnd fancied they could soo tho bits of gold flying along with the dust But tho owner of tho watch sat quietly smoking his cigar, nud, as soon as tho long train had passed, ho walked out, reached down and picked up his watch from tbo side of the rail, as perfect as if it bad been in his jweket nil tho time. "You see,' ho said, as wo all lighted fresh cigars at tho other fellow's cxpon.se, 'thero is no danger in this trick providing you placo your wnt:h nonr tho txlgo of rha rail, whero tho wheels hat u worn tho faeo smooth, and so that tho slightest disturbance will causo it to. slido off inside tbo rail. Tbo watch caso Is oral, and that leaves an opening for tho air to get under. If tho jar of the rail did n?t causo tho wntch to fall off tho pressure of Un air from tho approaching train surely would. I bavo jierformcd that Httlo trick hundreds of times and never met with nn accident'" Chicago Herald "Train Talk." particle.1 " 'Bet you tho cigars you dasscnt do nlbt Aboard tho Scotland, Hear tho Jersey Coast Clean Point and might llrats Work Tho Stamp of Strength Kqulp-- , incnt Tho Crow. ENGLISH To glvo an account of tho dally routlno work on ono of tho ships will tell tho story of both, and, In fact, nil thoso along tho seaboard. It is one continual drag with naught save danger to rcliovo tho monotony. Tho hardships and perils which tht crew bavo to undergo during tho winter months are only equaled by thoso of tho life savers along tho coast They do not fear tho heaviest of galea If tho anchor does not hitch or the cables snap. But If tho latter happoned in a strong northeasterly storm there would h& causo for alarm. Tho whito quicksands of Jersey would then locomo a lee shore and the vessels might bo driven to pieces on tho beach before tho extra anchor could bo dropped or tho emergency canvas hoisted. At all times during tho day and night there is a great strain on tho cables. In winter tho tension is increased 100 per cent, and, as a necessity, tbo chains ore exceptionally strong, being oapablo of withstanding tho most exciting pitch of tho craft as it is cast about by tho angry elements. Tho tncklo which keeps it in ixwltion consists of a cablo thirty fathoms in length. Ono end of this is coiled about tho barrel of tho great windlass and lies aft Tho other descends through tbo hawbepipo and into tho sea to bo fastened to n monster mushroom anchor which rests serenely on tho bottom. This long reach of chain is iu itself of sufficient weight to mako tho lightship maintain a fairly steady frame. ox boaiu) tub snir. Upon stepping on board tho ship the stranger's. eyo Is struck by tho remarkable cleanness of tho deck paint and the brightness of tbo brass work. It ho bo any sort of an amateur sailor bo will instantly pcrccivo there is nn absence of tho running and standing rigging, which adds so much to tho graco and beauty of tho ordinary merchant marino and that there is a peculiarity about tho roll nnd plungo of tho craft It is an unnatural roll when that of tho skimming sailing ship or fast steamer is recalled. There is a decided languidness about it that is simply sickening. Thero seems to bo no ambition in tho movement and every timo tho vessel falls from tho crest of tho sea tho visitor's heart tries to como out of his mouth. This is not causal by fright, but is tho solo outcomo of tho Etrnngo lieiving of tho ship. Tho next tiling to attract tho attention of tho stranger is tho solidity of everything about tho deck. Nothing lacks tho stamp of strength. Tho cabin, which Is tho sole property of tho captain and mate, is situated away aft, liko that on a vessel of tho merchant marine. It is n small apartment and is given ventilation nnd mul u.vomi nniMthti lMit l.v n. deadlichts in tho sides. Directly under the .,tno (Uuiug taoio is in petition, . . ? r - nnd sKyugtit tuts, witu too lew cuairs, is as uriglit as a now coin. Tho library and magnxino well for jiowdcr nnd rockets aro near by. Just forward of tho cabin nnd opening into it by means of a littb door is tho oil room. There nro a numlier of tanks in this compartment mid theso are filled with hundreds of gallons of oil. Hani by nro n dozen or more extra lamps, with reflectors, chimneys and great bunches of wicks. Tho brass woik on tho former fa finely polished and bright as nickel. Tho forecastle fa situated iu tho eyes of tho craft, or as near as tho great chain cablo will ncrmlt. It resembles that of n jonaro rlrrtvl : vessel, only it Is below decks and ovorvthlng i Is hi good order. Thero are sovcral bunks in the apartment, but tbo men for the most part prerer tue luxury of n hammock. WORDS. least It' old bird known as "Greenback Charley," and landed him temporarily behind the bars. In thrco or four days I was satisfied that ho was tho only ono of, tho lot In that neighborhood, and I set out to find Madden, from whom I had not yet hoard a word. I met him in Reading, and ho also had as prisoner n man known as "Sly Jim," but w hoso real naino was Isaac Watson. Ho had Ikjcii brought from Poltsville, and ho was tho head and front of tho "shovers." No soonor had Madden located Jim, who was tho ostensible owner of a bnloon in town, than tho fellow slipped out and mado his way up the mountains, and took quarters in a cabin occu pied by an aged woman, a widow. Madden hung to tho scent until he relocated his game, and at about 4 o'clock in tho afternoon he drew near tho house. Forty rods away ho was met by the old woman, who stated that Jim was iu tho house and willing to surrender, ITaddon should have stopped to reflect that somo sort of trap was being laid for him. If Jim was willing to surrender, why hadn't ho como out and shown himself I What need'of between him and tho officer 1 n Tho detective thought of nothing but securing his man nt once, nud ho puilicd on without oven drawing his revolver. Tho outer door was partly oicn, and as ho entered tho housa it was shut behind him and bo was coverodbya revolver in tho hands of the counterfeiter. Sly Jim had served live years for a previous offense. Ho reasoned tliat tho officer had him dead to rights on tho new case, and that ho would probably bo scttled" for ten or fifteen years... This prospect had made him desperate, and ho had determined on a desperate thing. "Sit dow it over theroP he commanded, nnd en a pick. At Ilarrisburg I unearthed an A London Correspondent Miows Haw They I)lnrIliTorenco In Spelling. Let us now consider tho ways of expressing tho samo thing in both countries, and seo how they differ. Tako drees first) Pantaloons aro called trousers, norcr pants; suspenders aro braces; a sack coat Is a jacket, an undershirt, a jersey and a vest and a rest a waistcoat pronounced, by tho by, wescut The gamo of billiards furnishes somo curious variances of expression: A shot is called a stroke, a run a break, nnd a carrom n canoa Then crackers are biscuits, and biscuits rolls. Crackers in England are what are colled snapping, mottoes in Amerare both known as ica. Syrup and inolas treacle; a pic (of fruit) is a tart, a sugar bowl is a sugar basin, a stoop is a porch, and an entry a ball; a pitcher is a jug, and a bureau n chest of drawers, a cano Is a walking stick, nn overcoat a great coat, a chock rein a bearing rein. Reins aro never called lines, and a coachman is nover called tho driver. Every store is abhop; a fruit store is a fruiterer's, a hardware store Is on Ironmonger's, a dry goods store a draper's or haberdasher's, a drug Ktoro a chemist's, nnd a vegetable store n green grocer's. Coal is invariably called coals; calico, print; thread, cotton, and a spool n reel. A frotk coat is nover called a Prince Albert, nor is a high bnt called a stovcpli. Rare meat is always and tho stubs of a checkbook aro tho counterfoil. Sleeve buttons are cult links, nnd shirt culTs wristbands. Mush Is porridge. A balky borso Is a jibbing horse, and to balk is to jib. A cigar store Is a tobacconist's. Bceta (cooked) aro beet roots; tho gcrman (fiance) is always called cotillon. A stent winder is a keyless watch, and beer (at bars) bitter. Of courro in thts I except lager bier, which is now iu such great vogtto In EnglamL Ps POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlit powJer nTf r Tsrlsi. A nurTlol purity, 'Mors economical itrerjglh nJ wholtMnicoeM, Ibin the ordinary klodi, sod csn not be sold comnctiton with the multitude of low teat .short weight slum or nboiphst powiUn. SoMonly lo HiiriL llixiMn 1owdks ciui i. 100 Wall Btrtwt, Wsw York ooVolie,;?( loin . jm-- Z ,rvirr -- jiiKIHflsK ' HKKSLsZr w -'. ef'asBaHBHaHeSeKawWLaEL! a t N. BID PL.ATT, LOUISVILIiK. MYERS HOTEL, STAIfFOBD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains it High Reputation. AN1 I It Bhrul . (. DotenmiriBfl that oo rieoond to no Oonntrr Hotol in tho St&to in its Pare, Appointmenti, or Atten- - Proprietor it tion to Comfort of their Gueiti. JESSE J. THOMPSON, THE TONSORUiL ARTIST. Siarlagard Hair Cutting dons la Ilia latest itylo. Lad If I and Children glto particular at 116V1IUJ tention. UasKage will be eoa.ejed to sad Iron the rrjeof charge. Special aceoraraodatloa; li to CowmrclalTraTlra. The liar will always sapnlled with the eaolceil bread! of LlQionaadClsaia. DB. W. B. PENNY, Btnniord, DEKTI8T, iContnolcy, A Big Offer To at y person re mllilnj us Wewdlaend tbe Semi-Weekl- ! lrMili?TtiaVT3jFiLJSMSisr lL Jstay a y money.' "Dot any proofsf "Plenty." tho helplif-- ; officer obeyed. "Now, the:., ' continued Jim, "what do want of me To arret you II.- uttering counterfeit r Tho Street Cars of Canada. In Toronto all tho street cars seem to l owned by tho samo company, as a package ct tickets Is goal on any line. Tho peculiarity of tho tickets h that thoy aro perforated postigo stamps. You tear off a stamp and put it in tho faro box, but an nbsent minded &He and try you stranger is apt to lick it on ono to stick it somewhere. In 6omo of tho St li'-.- e ) Louis cars thero are brass nickel carriers that run tho whole length of tho car. From cny part of tho eir you can dip n nickel into cno of tkeso carriers and then watch it as it rolls along on Its edgo down tho incline nnd finally goes rattling into tho fare one-hor- - "Woll, that settle it. I'd rathor dio than go back to prison, but you shall die with me. I could kill you nnd skip, but I'd bo rundown and hung. - We'll go together!"1 'On a tabic in tho room was a fifty pound keg of powdor, nnd leading into it was a four minuto fuse. Jim walked across to tho table, covered tho officer anew and lighted the end of the fuso with tho remark: "In four minutes we'll bo in h HI If you mako a move from tlint chair I'll bavo to you on ahead a little soonerl" "I think I'll wait nnd go with you!'' coolly replied Madden, "and if you'vo no objections I'll tako out my watch and coll tlmo." "That will ben good idea," said Jim, and out como tho watch and the dctectivo called box. tid dinary way ho noticed a newcomer drop a nickel down this elevated railway. Tho device aroused lilt utmost adinira&n. Ho nt onco changed a couple of dollars iuK five-cepieces. Then ho took tits place at tho door and started two nickel. simultaneously down each sido of tho car and offered to accept bets ns to which would get into tho fnro box first Ho kept this up until his 52 worth of coin was gone, and wound up by ntying, "Wall, that's tho dumdest contrivance I ever sec" Luko Sharp In Detroit Freo Press. I saw a wild western r.nub man coma into a cor, and after putting in his fare in tho or- Tho lingo of railways differ wonderfully. Ilallrotul is railway; tho truck is tho lino, and tho rolls tho metals; tho cars aro tho train; to switch is to shunt; u turnout is n siding; n OQc oa Lancaittr itreet, rszt door to Imti-uo- a locomotive h always an engine, an engineer Offlco houra frota 8 to U s. Journal a driver, and a fireman a stoker. Tho con- W.and 1 toS r. oQcs. M. AneitbcllraadnlnliUrwl whtr r. ductor is the guxrd, n car n carriage, Laggugo ooMry, luggngo, n Itaggngo car n luggngo van, and a freight train u good-- train. A depot U n ter- W. II. MILLEIt (ii:oH.cAuri;sTi:u. minus or a station, and a switch tendor a pointsman r s.nnl man. Sick Is always ill. 2ir sick iu England means sea sick. A good mturcd person Is never called clover, nor is a clover person over called smart Smart in 1 nn mis well and neatly dressed. Eii.tlmu! nnd the word I also applied to what is well MMt'OLIi, M.M'OLX C0.KV. ami prupcny iono in loMiionabw lire, bmurt Uvcrles, n smart carriage, are frequent ex Iluaidyismntn. Now for n few Office, South J Main Siret,orer Flnt Nationlircsslont. al Uaak, samples of diffurvueo in sjelling. Tho followFarina, lodudlns aooioor the flout ing words are nhvnjs filled thus: Labour, Motk Karmi In Central Ktuttirdy, Town IU neighbour, honour, hnrlour, favour, oto. Tho lod lltildineea, Tlulwr and Jllncral Lands for only exception is In governor, whero tho u is ale on comiul.tlon. For furthtr parllrulara tend for printed draorlp-tlo- n dropped. Check riMik) is sjelled cliocquo, of tbl Mctlon and of proper tlc for tafa. nnd the plural ut scarf scarves. "Cockaigno" in Tho Argonaut. I1M-Iyi Interior Journal OF THE And tbe New York World one year and a BISTORT UNITED STATES, K,VJ PU. V"04 In leatherette tree rait, cllt. ofjjfOigeaandechllanlogli floe engrarlngi. It if l",?", wmpr.hti,lre work of me nud pun. Hihrd.bealdraWng hlitory In theotdlnary wn.e It li arondenil Hie Millor & Carpoiitor, ntwtpiper far IIM years. ,he "eih "Ubdraw without notice, to rtmli at onoe. W I'. WAUTON.Blanloid, Ky. thlili i REAL STATE AGENTS KENTUCKY CENTflilL R. (1 uiilucnriinH ItIl(c.,, 8hortest and Quickest Bonto from Oor tral Kentucky to all Points North, Last, Wott and Southwest. Fait Lice lfetwiwn 130-J- Au English ltallwar Car. "Ten seconds Fifteen! Twenty Thirty!" It is very annoying to an American lady, EQCIPMEXT OP THE VESSEL. and so oil. "Uobody will never know what happened accustomed as sho is to the comfort nnd comTho lamps which nro used, pro fixed within to us," remarked Jim as tho first minuto was parative seclusion of a seat In an American a band nnd nro holatcd aloft by .and winches railroad car, to bo obliged to travel In nn to which tllo lantern halliards are secured. nearly goue. When traveling at They have circular wicks, aro within para"Hut they'll mix up tho scraps and prob- English "carriage." ably bury a portion of mo along with you. homo sbo steps quietly and easily into n bolic reflectors, and ore hung on gimbals, so roomy, comfortable, car as that whether tho ship rolls stern or gunwales That's tho only thing I care about." "Well, I always was fond of good com- tho train pauses at tho station. under, they nlwuys maintain a vertical At Eldon, If sho Is going up to London, sho pany," retorted Jim. In winter they aro lighted at 5 o'clock When two minutes had passed tho detec-t- i must first descend a long flight of very dirty p. m. and extinguished at 7 a. m. In summer steps,, go through n dark underground tuno began to softly whistlo to himself. they burn from 8 p. in. to 4 a. m. Tho brilAIt will como mighty sudden when it nel and climb up again over mi equally long liancy of theso lamps aro not apparent from nnd grimy staircase, in order to get on tbo tho deck. Tho hull of tbo ship fa nliko for.oracs," 'observed Jim as he crossed his legs. proper sido of tho 'line." When tho train ward nnd aft, tho stern Mng as sharp as tho "Yes, we won't know what hurt us." reaches the station, sho must run up and stem. It fa as strong as an ironclad. To givo "What's tho timo nowP "Oh, wo'vo got over a minuto yet." down tho Ion? platform in search of tho par- it additional strength and staum-hncsIn n "Don't you wish you hadn't como!" ticular "class"' to which her ticket entitles good blow ami heavy sea there are falso keels Is fortunate enough to find it, on each sido of tho bilge. "Xoj sir! I was bound to hnvo you or dic h'jr, and, If sho Thcso have several with you." times Baved tho craft from sorious disaster. fie fa packed Into nnVxccedingly stuffy "That's tho sort I Its some honor to dio with nerhans einht or ten other Tho ship fa suppled with a rudder, but it fa with such a man as you, Tho fuso h getting ' people, who may or may not be deslrablo fastened so that it can movo neither way pretfy short." companions. Iioston Transcript unless tho chocks aro withdrawn. Canvas to "We'vo got fifteen seconds more." tho extent of a trysail can Imj used, nnd only Madden laaued back In his chair, nud Jim that in the event of tho cable iwrting. Tho A Ship Ixmd of Trcasnro. held tho reolvcr full on his breast. Ho A practical result of tho French invasion vessel fa nlo provided with aw halo or yawl hadn't been playing n bluff game, nud tho de- of Annni reached Paris in tho sbapoot a boat, in which the captain and n few of tho tective had mado up his mind that thero was mass of gold and fcllver treasure captured nt crew In summer make irregular excursions. no oscaiie from death. From tho corner of Hue. Tho wholo amount Is contoiMod in 11W Tho crow's mail, ton great extent, fa thrown his e3o ho w utched tho flro creep nearer nnd boxes of silver and fourteen of ifold. This oiiuoAid by pacing pilot boats, which bring nearer, but ho did not movo n finger. Tho rich cargo, which altogether weighs over it down from this city. In tad wcathor ijwrk flnnlly touched tho btaves of tho keg, 00,000 pounds, and i3 valued at $1,600,000, weeks elapse sometimes before those on Tti bcit.SiWi' Iu tli uiM lor l inHruure lflalMille, Ky and Madden felt that bis last minute of life came over to Franco by steamer, being tho pilot boats get a chance to put tho letters Sole, Blt Ubcuiu, I'or.n boi?, TvlWr, Cbaj.it J bad come. Ho dropped his eyes to lib watch stowed in the bottom of the hold and covered nnd juptrs an loard. The duties of tho crew lliiidj, Chilblain!, Ooru iuJ Kit skIl i;r.i'iiou, MAGAZINE, and ww tho seconds fly past two four over w ith 500 tons of merchandise. This was are onerous. Two nro on mntrh nt all hours, sn-- posltlrelr curet V t, r u.i mt minim. I. SGRIBNER'S five ten, and ho felt that thbro bad been nly a trifling part of tho precautions which They look out for crafts', w bleb approach in iituntiHsltogUjK,ilrt.iiit.rri..ti,.if .ieu,t.j FuLlisliod Monthly somo miseaninEo. When llf teen seconds hod (hadtobo taken. Every opening' that could too closo proiimky, dlsehnrglng'rockets and rfuulsl Pjicp a cni pr twx Km na j jkissciI Jim growled out: w .t MeAIUtwr uud in foggy communicate with tho hold v.n closed nnd guns to worn or Eigmu-Utei io.ws. "Tho durn thing has gono back on mol" healed. Tho enrgo was unloaded with tho weather tell tho bell for n hl.o purpow. Tho Yihal Can Be Done f He rose up, as If to go over ami esnminoit, greatest care, and men with swords and load' men lire lot obliged to render assistance to and' tho instant tho muzzle of his revolver cd revolvexsstood by till tho loot box was re- - ' vossefa ci 'ainen In dktreM, but iuvaiinbly ' Bj t'jlDgglnn.l krla tip tour,. i,uny FIRST NUMBER BEADY DEO. 15TH, was depressed Madden sprang for him nnd moved. Tho treasure was then placed on a f'ey do so Now York Mail and Kxpisjss. bl nn Mlugly liujxwlul mty l niialtiol. i?cnnim's Maoar.iSK will li In tin wldutt struck him a blow between tho eyw which train nnd dispatched to tiio minister of " ' iluailridicf boptleiiC43i ol KUuer tod I.Unr vine a intKatlnu ul lifratur '. aud rth number "" foiled him HUo an ox. Tho revolver was disL ujilnlnt ruro h ru cured by Eltctrlr Hitlers, will be lull Ulujtrato'l. In Now York Mate. Queer I'nii finance nt Paris. Foreign Letter. g charged, but tho bulk entered tho floor. A couplo of generations ago, when Port tllt-- r oTerirtblns ele t.iil I n irlol In .ln tio 8ouie of toe most notable pjpira to anp-n- r dur-lo- n tbo drat year are a wiIm of Unpubllibed I.t-teIn nuotlier minuto Jim was handcuffed and XHiestcr, N.'Y. win Vailed Kawplts como duo't ttilnk there li no care fir you, hut try Kite-tri- e ofTbacketny of fery great autobiographical dragged out. Ho wiltod as soon us tho irons Whuu Mr. Illuluo lU'cmno Intrrcti'il. vlllngo youngsters organized tho Saw pits Talue:ex-MlnlatB tiers. TberU oo niftlloluHw IU !, pure ena--t of tho Siege and 11 VVathburoe'i llamlnli. U'hilo staying nt Senator Cameron's, at Commune of I'arlij Olluip. were on him, and no trouble was csjieri-ence- d Harrfaburg last week, Mr. Blalno found a Brass band. Every year this baud has had a auil to jierfect a BlocJ Purltlor, Urcirlc Bitten eiat tbe Dlarlnof Uourerneur MurrU, Mleliter in getting him to Reading. Ho was will euro Dyipcpeb, Dlahatoi and sd IMwaiej of lo trance at the clou of the last century (glrlng book in tho library treating of tho history grand parade. At ti o'clock Saturday a nro- silent and sulky with Madden, but to mo bo of early Pennsylvania families. In it bo cesslon was lormed couoktmg of more thau the Kidneys. InTaloalle in attectloDi of siomarh description! ol aodal clllf and character! at the tlmo); a collection said: conuiuorary letter! lOOof thooldmid ill all soil of fan- - l "d tlior, and orercouio all Urinary OlOculllfi. Early New York and .New England By. "Say, old man, j ou've got n partner to bo discovered a rcnioto kinship bitween his tastio costumes. Profoseor Harry J. Hunt, jirgs Bottlta only $0 cents bottU at Penny & tlety. proud ofl Ho's got moro nervo than any mother's ancestors and tho family of band leader, blossomed out as n Mikado. McAlUtor. There la mutk excellent fiction, includlos a from which came Senator Carao other man that lives P vilal by Harold Frederic; atorlea extending Don. Butler, President Cleveland, John L. thnugn MTeral numbera by II. C. llunnsr, J. H. Excitement in Texan "Excepting-you,I replied, and he stroked ron's firgtwifo, nnd traced It back in tho Sullivan and Dr. Tulmago were grou)ed on ol Dale, and otheri; and abort storlta by It. L. connecting link. "When ho retired to bis his long whiskers nnd seemed pleased with Oreit excitement hai cau sl lo tlie rlctul A. Janlrer, room for the night, Senntor Cameron, miss- a gorgeous truck. In other vehicles were ty of Parla, Texai, by tb r mar table rrtcfcry of HteTenion, Joel Cbaodler Harjli, TUoyeten, Mita tho compliment Detroit Freo Press. u. II. Illu Jeweti, Octave ing tho book from tho tnblo and suspecting goats, bears, wolves and othor animals. Then lit. J. E. Corley, who waa ao Lclplf m ho could not Croiby. and a boat of Thtnet, others, thero wero that hfa guest was losing sleep, followed him pigs, nnd clowns and kuklux, fiogi nnd luru In bid, or raise his bead; everybody aald be ly Nouble aptclal pape ra to bepubllibed very ear . Japnneso Ideal Art. donkers. A bund of Indians, are F. A. Walker's on aoclilliu; Dr. Villlam to bis room and caught him sitting on tho A trial bottle ot I)r. liayea Ward's on Babylonian Cyllnden; Mr. John Japanese ideal art fa only a reproduction of bed with hfa by waidylngofCoasumptloti. ovorcoat on and the book open in war jwlnt and feathers, was C. llopee' on the Portraits ol Criar; Captain tho beauties of nuture. Tho artist puts mounBell in thief. More than twenty King's New Dlaeorery wai asnt hloi. Finding re (ireene'a on Coaat Defence, In ,bis hand. etc, etc. Senntor Cameron took tho Shadrach a lara bttle aud a box or Dr tains, valleys, waterfalls, lakes, trees, flowers book from him and trucks, haud'oniely decoratcil, were in lino. ilet, he t 'caiDNER'sAUoiziNS will be publlibeJ at 81 said ho felt tempted to do After tho parado tho King' Now Life I'llli, anS by t'.o tlmo he bad a year, or 23 centa a copy, Sub criptloca may be Iwu-quand birds on jiorcelain, paier, silk, satin and as his mother used to Sawpittors had a do with him under sent to any newsdealer or bookaeller, or tr lacquer, but lwyond this field of decoration bo similar and held n powwow around nn linpro-vise- tl Uken two boxes of 1111 and two boxes el tbo circumstances blow out tho light he was well and'bad gained In neih tlilr- - CliAUI.KH HCHIIINEWH NO Ml, I'uu. has no fancy. Tbee are somo of tho charac- Frank Leslie's. campllre. Tho old settlers told of tho x poundi. Trial bottles ol tlili Oreat Dlacor liiiikbs, 713 and 713, Kroadway Naw York. doings of Sawpitters in their younger days, teristics of tho island ompire and Its people, and everybody wont homo linppy nt a lata ery for Coamraptloa fr at INair but it must not be inferred tliat Oio-j- finer MoAIUiera Illne Jlluoil of Iioston. hour. Chicago Times. traits of character mean effumluarj . for thoy Tho sons of tho bluest bloodel, rishest men Qreeu'a Uoldrn Balm, tare cure for Catarrh at do not These people aro bravo nun daring, of Boston seem to lj turning out wonderfully I . 60c, at Mcltolxrli t 6ttg'a. as all thoso who were reared among mounNew York Club Klectlnnt. I f - n un uHTiu n l hiuiu . . eougna ana CiiMt. uiuju i... Aji unknown man can get Into nny club if iur tains havo been in nil ages. They havo p.oved well. Thoy nro a studious lot ami somo of their title to bravery on many a blopdy field. them aro making deep, stronz marks in their projwsed by a popular member, but'men of PiIeoBOc. Forialeby Mcltobert A Stagg. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL profession. Sincere, honest foslmvs. thov notoriety and ouie are blackballed with Uowla jour bloo.1T Ue (Jreen'a Siniptrll.'a. in spiw oi unio consumeu in pugi linages and ' in bolngtremendouily studious before pitiless severity. Georgo For aaJe by MeRoberti A Htacg al f I. hi worshiping nature, they ore IrfduVtilous Gould, though a And tbo worker Thov have built m, nianUhn..M dtoner and tremendously swell afterwor- d.- genial, unassuming, and well maimered man, NewYork Graphic, established trade and commcrco, would bo scaljted alive iu clubdom if lw gavo devel Weekly Courier-Journ- al I tho opou a system or agriculture that U mora voters a chance, because bo's his father's Tho Old Curmudgeon. thorough and brings iietter results than that One year for only $3 two papers for little son. Hu was prevailed iitxin to put up his When IUby was nick, wo Rare ber CaitorU, more than the price of one. Young Man I want to ask you a question. of many of tkclr neighbors, namo nt tho exclusive St Nicholas, to which Cor, San FranYtea aha wu a Child, she cried for Caatoria, . club Widower All right, ask away. cisco Chroniclo. ho was eligible, but ho withdrew it, Y. M. You havo been marrled'three times; tell mo wisely, Just lieforo election day. When abe becamo Mlsa, aho clang to Csitorla, By paying ui 43 you will recvlYo lor one year your borne paper with tbe the If tho truth were known about certain club A dramatio writer' siyst "Bouclcault's which wife did you lovo moot! W. You Whon aho hal Children, she gave thorn Castor!, rrprr.ru lallrd oewtpaperof tlie South, democratg wink is fireeI&tib!ol'JIIir may be, but we bito thrco sour apples, ono after tho other, ! elections what a splitting of friend- ic and for a tariff for rereuue only, aud tbe beat, and then tell mo it hick is tho swootest-- r 'shlps thero doubt if it Is equal to Shakesjicaro's Lear. be. Blakcly Hall in Thebrli!hlc.l and ablmt tamllr weekly In the Uulttd Hutci. Those who denim to examine a sample Terns Slf tings. Argonaut Boston Commercial Bulletin. copy of tbe Courier-Journcin do ao at this oftlrw. 1 -xtei-tio- n. s nt a out: of ballast for a will dressed iuiu to keep him Louisville & Nashville R. R, ra.5IHIIot:" . TIIK URS4T- uat are farorito stieksr -uiacKinorn, snaKowooti, niaiacca, ooony, oak nnd nsh, with ivory. Mlver or bronzo THROUGH TRUNK beads. Young moil mm slender, flcxiblo steel 70 THX canes, unless they are podcMHans. Then they carry a walking stick or alpenstock. "Are ciiw as much used as ovcrf They nro lndLijicnsable. A man cannot wnlk with hfa hands in his pockets nor carry WITU them swinging at hfa sido when bo fa out at bis leisure. Canw are not used during business hours. They belong to tho promsnado Pullman Palace Sleepers. toilet Notice a dozen young men on tho street of nn nftenioon nnd you will sco'a character distinction in tho way each ono .LoitlMYilie handles hfa cane. Elderly gentlemen ara vry to tlUjilvlil, fond of theirs. Somo of them bring singular Mciiipliln, sticks here to lo mado up cno from the brunch of nn apple tree tliat grew near hit Allanla, AfoiilKoiuury, childhood's home, another a lough from some 1.1 tllo Koflc, great mail's grave. It used to bo a common Hlolillo itiuf A' err Orlcunn. fashiou to bring sticks from foreign troos, but that was when a stick was more a staff than it fa now. I have noticed pno thing. A Only ooe cbnogo ttryclnta In homely old knotted en no fa always highly Tho valued, iierhajM from associations. proudest enno-f- tho presentation stick with a big gold head and a long inscription. And it fa tho most uncoinfortabio ono to carry, as it needs constant watching." Detroit Froo etkltg Uouua on tbe line of tbli rcui will receive Press. iprclal rates. avrSto Agpnli of Ibli Company lor raUo, rout" or wrlln Ac. Buckleys Arnica Salve C. P. AniOKB, (J. P..I r.A , -- Cum' Aro IiKlUpentalilc. "Canes," Mid tho liandsomo Monroe nvenuo lealer,,fciire inteivdol ns a support But it fa only old gentlemen or thcoo who are lamo who nso them in Hunt way. They are a sort L.&N. LINE LEXI.GT 8nrdul Bourn-lk'OKi- A OIXOIK XATI In Effect May 18, Wi, Ko. I. F.x. Hub. 2 00 I & ). 7r,:srirc .x Sun. 10 Daily S Ltb. CoTlngton... " 1'almnulh . . Arr. Lexington 8 10 Cynthlana... 1'ula........ ll lit J 19 a cl 4J a 10 12 10 am pui It a am 10 40 17 llpu pn 10 no pu II a pm ft IS p U 10 p pn pu u ) SOUTH & WEST Lte. J'"1- -- .. II '0 a iu 10 41 p rai 8 il p n Arr. WiccbHlitrilI JO ptull 20 pa oi na 7 J9 ptf ...MUJuuMm j w " StanlorJ 6 CO p raj Lre. lUchiaoud.....i 1 OOptn , 8 10 p ml Arr. Brrpa,.. teeete. a liu.m,,, , m " Llrlnpton.. Jfosrn-BooK- 5 IJaml. I No,. -, 10 fcT f II o. Ill No 1 Lre. Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Arr. Ulehuiond... Ill CO Lre. Illchmond I 10 Arr. Wlnchnter.... 1 10 . Arr Peril Lre. Lexlnfton -J Lre I'irli ........ 3 SO 11 Cynthlana . 8 " Kaliuoulh. 4 47 Arr. 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Ulrect cttm.ctloniare mode At WlncheMer with ,or Mlilng. Aibland. lIunifngtoD, eiiarleiton, W. V and fait.rn clt- - ttrrn 1 bn wi aD:nin;KonJi v- -"Through tlcketa in baririfo cheeked lo anr rteitlnallon reached by a railroad. lor full yartliulari, cal oa any agent of tbe 8.F. II. MOUSE, D. A.KEKLKY, uen.mw. Ageut, Trar. I'aaa. Aiwnt. lirlnirtnn. Kv. ' 7 II. E. UUNTlKOTDN' RrcoWer. Ueneralumoes, Cotlnjioa, Ky. 1 ty-il- PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH," Tho OrJtrlitnl hiiiI Only Gonarnc. olbw.or fu'loM A Grand CouiliuafIou 'Cbkkrlrr'aITMsll.l4ii4Uta M H-- . -- ...' T NAME PAPER. VliUhr.Ur C'kemlV.1 cS. SSI Ma4lHi Nuiiai, fhllada i'a. MS i tor "I'ltlrhra-r- t rtrrTHlirris fMmxrural 1'IIU Tilt foraalttby Dr M L. IIUUUMC, Stanford. 7lnnlli Laa-luC- we rerdklljr , Courier-Journa- l, ES 1f FSstraalM4 ai laaMllrlivui. TO DATS.I roufUlilhUitimif Wilut o!d aut, ti4la erfrjr onilir. i It BMglirta Alcatt uiUficdco. JU LUL, KuJmo. N. Y. 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